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Bargainin Real Estate.
"70R SALE, FOR CASH.
A BOUSE and LOT oa Adams street. In iht
' rKr at Mamnhis. This Is curt of Lot No. 471.
i on the Sutli side of Adams street, and adjoins
112- tbc lot note which the Whltetnere Howe Is ; this
lot floats fifty fert on Adams street and inn back MS
feet, six inches to an alley. Toe Howe coaUias fear
large rooms, a hall tad dining room, twe good kl'ebens, a
wei; and eastern, a lUble, wood and oeal boose. This Is
a deslrab residence lot for sayon wishing to purchase,
and will he 6..M low for cash It Is the present res Wen ce
of Mr Daneri and desesstoa will be given as aeon at the
money is paid - Tb-tttte Yt geed, hot the pwehaoer will
cf cearse satisfy himself. App.y to WM B. GRRXN
LAW.or JESK M. TATE.
ON Lauderdale re t, eat side the asrporaHen,
NIN E ACRES OF LAND: which has wen oc-
capie1 for years hy a Oerrtener. Oa the prem
ise is a snwuawt-iiiaG, aniinnc ww imm
and basement. There it a good eastern Bear the hOBse.
There is also a coed orchard, and a fine grape arbor. Ap
ply lamedUtdy to
JaaSz-tf JOHN CANNOT AN
I OFFKR nay Re,Mace, ea Alaaaata street,
nearly omoiite Mr Realty's. Lot f routine To
I fmt and Tannine- hart lie ftmt 3M new
Boas, wttb roar zeoaic, good cfeera aad gr-
AIM. Xat l Seata Meantae, on Httllag street, fresttm
oB feet 4 mssai. ana runaiog back ISO feet.
Also, 4Si seres nnrHipnmd Land in Tt;peh counts.
For terms apply at say oBoe, oc Ooart street.
J. W SANGSTKR.
N. B. A bargain will be given in exchange for Ne
FOR SALE OR REST.
I OFFER for sale or rest, the RESIDENCE
lately oocapied by Dr. Bagby, attaated oa the
Raleigh Plant Road, one-half mile East of the
.my limit. The Residence contains tin rooms.
with an offlos, kitchen, serrants' rooms, dstera. welt.
rmotehoBse, carriage hoase, stables, good garden, tee
f ratt, shad ana evergreens. He., ali in perfect order.
l'ores.oc gtrea 1st Febraary, Apply to G. B Leeke,
or W. G. HARDING
FIXE RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
I OFFER for sale, on easy terms, the Sae rest
oencc mown as ine tiester p ace, oa ine Airra
'"I nhisand Germantown Plank Road. twe andoae-
.half miles from the city. Ten to twenty-five
c res of land win be sold with the residence. Apply to
K. A. WHITE or to Col C. D. McLKAN. deele-tf
1 DESIRE to rent oat fur the ensuing year a
small farm of eighty acre, lying two miles Irom
'I (VKt Sonare. This waee has about sixtr acres
. cleared, and the baloaee la timber, a cemrorta
bie residence with fire rooms, kitchen, a- gr bosses, and
au necessary oat b nsee, a good cistern a DC nrst rate or.
chard, of every variety of fruits. For farther partloa-
lars apply to
octJ-L' H. TOLLINTINE.
A RARE CHANCE.
T OFFER for !. so favorable terms and at alow Trior
X my PLANTATION of 800 acres of the best quality ef
Mtffcwippl lolls land, all greatly above overflew. 16
arises wast of Memphis, on the plans: road; leOacresof
cleared Land and a new doahio-f rame Honse with sctt-
aMeotnes. Apply at the place to
FBTBR LBONASD, or to
sep7-tt DANIEL HCGHKS. Uemphis
LAND AT AUCTION.
OWING to the inclemency of the weather, the
tSproad, near JIason's Depot, advertised fortheSlst
.if J an airy, ai hot cm we on.
The sale will take place on TTKDNK8DAT. the 18th
March Those desiring a tpnithr laoatson, ina eeod
nstchborbood. will do wen to attend. Mrs. Alexander's
lies acres of the same surrey, win be offered at the same
time, it not previons'y sold. Terms asde known on the
day of sale. J. B JIACLIN, Ageut.
J3 Brownsvme Journal and SomerviBe Democrat copy
FAR3I FOR SALE.
A DESIRABLE Coaatry Home ia Shelby Go.,
sis miles from Memphis, ana IV mues from Ger-
kmontown D-pot on 'he Memphis and Charleston
.Railroad, and Plankroad. and between Shelby
Male High school ana forest Hill Insulate. There are
104 acres of Land in the tract, of which 73 acres are
cleared, and 3a acres of good timber it has oa it com'
for table dwellings, an orchard of Apples, Peaches and
Plams, and orrer failing wrl! of good freestone water. A
perfect title green, and payments made easy. Persons at
a distance can get any information they may reoatre, by
wrrong xo iw anoersigseo at uermaatown, lean., or to
S. B. Locke, Memphis.
sepS-dawtt r. HERS DON.
THH sabscrsber odr for sale the tract of land
aoa which he now resides, in Haywaod coaaty.
alense3see, throagfa which the Memphis and Ohio
-RaOrsad passes Sak tract contains ahoat foar
thousaad acres. Tho improvements cessUt of a Soe
frame dwelling, with tec rooms, negro quarters, gin
house stables, a s'eam and grist milt, good orchards,
and ail the necessary improvements fora large farm, or
can be cnnvewntlT dividrd into several small ws For
health and fertility of soil this place h unu-pj;.i by
any In the chantry For farther particulars apply to ihe
subscriber on Ine premises.
decie-dawtf THOS. SHAFARD
A Bargain to be liad in Lauds.
T WILL sett the tract of Land on which I live, ia Tlp-
X pah county. Miss., six miles west of Kipfc-y, ou
Tsppah river, (or erork,)caolainiaat Eisht Haadred Aeres,
Ave hundre' of the very heat cue bottom and Ho bal
ance second bottom and upland There are aboat one hun
dred a are cleared, and m a one state of cultivation.
The bmnroreaaentt are ?ood rmd new, eaa-iotaag of a
Dwi-'.iiac hove, and all necssary oat hsascs. The above
tract o- Had, I awntw hesitancy In saying, k oac of the
best in orth Mississippi for raising Cotton, Com or
Slock, as the range is fine both Winter and Sammer.
For particalars ahoet the place, I refer te Davidmn, RWs
& Blatr, Memphis; John W. Thompson, Ripley. Miss.; w.
C. Pegals, Holly Springs, or to myseU en the premises.
octU-wtf J J. PESK7IS.
Parm for Sale.
I UFRER nrr valuable Farm far sale,
eonsistloc r! 1100 acres, twrnty anttes
from Memphis. n the mail roate to
. C-vingtoa, Ttpt. n coanty, Tean , oa
. m lowest of Rosstown. and four from
It is capable of being divMediee three
excel lent Farms. There are SOP acres under a higfa state
of cultivation. The improvemeats ows-st of a large, fine
Brick House, with six rooms ; G n Honse Negro Houses,
and all necessary out boutes; three we:lsand a fin
spring of water convenient for use. A rare opportunity
is now affoid, d Uuee who wish to have a model farm.
The land is ver fertile; lies well, product wen, and has
ftU outlet to the range of Loo" a Hatch te and Crooked
Creek Bottoms. For farther particulars, address me at
Haxel Flat P. O , Tenn , or apply to me on th premises.
My object in selling Is a desire to remove Wrst.
fehM-wlm WILLIAM ROSS.
Valuable Land for Sale.
I OFFER for safe a valaable tract of Land, sita-
a.d in Fayette and Haywood counties, containing
aaboat 1S80 actfe, beiag the tract ot Landoa whkh
- B B. DeGrzAnreid resided at the time of bis
death. The Land will be divided to salt parehasers. It
is sitaated near the Memphis and Ohio Railroad, and is
regarded as eaaal to any tract of the sise in Fayette
Purchasers are invited to come and examine It. Terms of
sale will be liberal . Ai pry to me at my residence to Fay
ette, or te Calvin Jones, or W. A. Williamson, at Soraer
Tiiie. K. . DeGRAPFENREID, Executor.
Taluable Farm for Sale.
THE p!ace fonaeiy occupied by Dr J n Free,
man. and more reeentlvbvWm. P. Orae. gbb.
tsimn? ahMIt 3fS MVM .Jrnjtttdl shAnl la mtb.
west of the Hernando Ooart Honse. and a mite
and a quarter from the Depot ef the Mlsstaeippl and Tea
This is a highly desirable location well Improved,
with good honse,. cabins, stable, cribs, cotton gin, gin
noose, ana every otner con vesuenoe necessary.
The place win be sold low for cash, or short payments,
en appllcattaa te R. E Obhe, Mesphle, or W. P. Obne,
at Lake Conaoraat, Miss.
It not disposed of before, it will be offered at pabtic
eatery, at tne conn Hoase ttoor, in the town of Hernan
do, on MOKD AT, 2th December next. nevl I-fiawtf
Xy Hernando Press copy.
I WILL give $40 for the delivery of my two Boys
at my hoase, or in any jail, so thai I can get them
. They left my premises, (near Germ Mi town 1 on the
-ifilh cf Januarv. One of them. JOHN. I s.t.r,t S
years eld. a low, stent, slack boy, with a scar oa his np-
t pat !ip, weighing ahoat 160 poands. SIMON is aboat the
we twr. w huh ouiii, swob u j ri o or V limrr
Mga, and weighs about ICS poands, one of his nr-per front
t3th gone. When they left, they both wore the usual
Joans nd Kersey plantation suit.
Any information, concerning them will be ihaakfoily
received by A R CARTWRIGIIT, or
fe6-ofcwt GOODLETT. NABERS & CO.
ROOSIS TO LET.
rRS C. . &ATTERFIELD, comer of Madison and
. Second streets, can accommodate several families.
also Dag Boarders. :ac3l-dm
Sri. IEJ 3VX O "XT Xj
NEW DRUG STOKE.
fWE take pleasure In informiag the erlizens of
Memphis and the public generally that we have re
moved onr ioek. of Drugs to the comer of Mate and
Colea ttreets, and will take pleasure tn accommo
dating all who mav favor ns with a call.
We are alto in receipt of a fafl sappiy ef fresh and gen-
Use Drags, Chemicals, Paints, oils, rerf emery, a-c.
Particular attentiee paid to flliing ef Prescriptions at
aQ hoars of ds and night.
deeSI-f R. JOTNER & CO.
Xmnber JLizmber S
I HATE the rargeat assortment of Lamo r on hand 1
have err offered, coosUUng is part of Seasoned Cy
pre and Poplar, K, 1, 1 H and 1 1nches wide and dear,
. ,SUta 6x8 and SxIO; Joice 2x6, ZzS, 2x10 and 2x12 ; Scant
VJJft2s. 2xS.Sxfi, 3xi, 4x4, and4xS; Weatherbeardlng.
' ;Sbeetlng, Shingles and WalBat Lumber en hand ; alsos
"large lot of dressed Tellow line Flooring and reagn Pep
larFioormg, Red Cedar Posts of all sices.
Tard on Battare, South side of Centre LandMg.
JnI6-dtwawly M.E. COCTTRAN-
C3 AHE.' S
HIATING Jest retnraod from a baeisess tear North
with all tba faculties for taking flae, daraUe
Daguerrootypes, Ambrotypes, &e.,
1 am sow ready in person te serve my friends and the
public generally In my line, en the most reawiaMe terms.
I beT m new tangled patents and dap-trap processes
to eager the public My establishment has to stand ot
(ag antid all the Masonry of its uigabers, noon its owe
J HAVE thre HOUSES and LOTS to rent for
the presett year, ftttutxi in ine Aonneastern
cart ef the dty, n what is known as Wlscbes
tr, imue. it being the prepeUr npon which I
--- c . more sarOca'ar decertptioB, and fer
etosing tire contract of rent, call oa Major WiUlam Ruf
aa. H the Gas Office. BOB PRICK.
0Bti raraor Brothen' Cekrated Ginger
9fi Ym Jaioe P-Kt WIbc;
Mhi-K., 3d deer rrth ef Worda HMse.
triTETt n. C. CLARKE,
SPTOEY & CliAMKE,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS 1ST
GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags,
23 MAIN STREET,
Union Block, Opposite Court Square.
Oca terms are cash, which enables us to sew at the
lowest price. Wc respectfully solicit a call from all
In want of Clothing-
SIMON & SEESSEL,
HIANUFACTORERS OF MENS'
AND WnOLEtALE DEALERS I!(
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES AXD PLANTERS' GOODS.
OUR facilities this year being of soch a natnre we are
enabled to ofS r oar Fall and Winter stock, which is
anusaaUr large, to the trade and cltliear gene ally at
the verv lowut rates Country Merchantu and Klver
Traders in patticnlar are earnestly reqnestedto oaH and
examine oar stock before parccasmg eisewjitre.
SIMON & SEESSEL, S3 Front How,
Corner JeSerson-st., nnd-r Commercial Hotel.
187 3VT AXTVT ST.,
Under the Worsham House.
rrtnEsobtcriberbvgs leave to announce to bUcottom,
JL era and the citiarns of Memphis that he has return
d fnvm New Xork with a fall asortmnt of most spten.
did Goods, which te is prepared to make up for ca on
short notice. 'L
NEW FALL AND WINTER
ttts r rww in receint of oar entire FALL and WIN--
W TBR STOCK OF CLOTHING, manufactnred by onr
own order rxpresly for this MARKET, and in joint f
title, materiel and uorkaictohip, cannot be sarpasd
by any 1IOUSK in the United Statu, and to which we
retpectinlly invite the attention or
The Rarland Overcoat 'French Case line re business
Catalonian " sails, plain or fasty;
Talmas; 'French Doobit Milled CassL
Ooak Coats, la varioasma- xarrePants.plalnorfancju
tcrials ; French Doable Elastic Cassi
Devenshire Kersey Sacks and' mere Pants, solid ;
Overcoats; Harris' Double Mill Cassl-
Avalanche Coats ; mere Pants :
Lamb Skln'Saeks and Cata-)6teel and Oxford Mixed Cas-
iMiians: , EimerePanU;
Srpernae Black Cletb and Flowered Cat Silk Tdvd
Beavor Dtess Overcoats;, Tests;
Ssperflne Black, Bine and Diamond Cot Silk Velvet
Brown Drees Coats; , Vesis;
Saoerfiae Black. Blue and Fancy Velvet Vests, new
Brown Frock CoaU; style, with every olhr
Scotch Csjisimere, bnslneesl variety,
DOTS CLOTHING. In all the preaailing styles ;
Over SOQ salt- of N'EGIIO CLOTHING ;
BLUE SATINETT SUITS, for Triders ;
STRONG KERSET SUITS, for Field Hands;
OVERCOATS for Nefroes;
la every grade, shade, site, variety and price ; al.o Fni-
nishlng Good; Solid Sole Leather Trunks, Tall.es, car
pet Bags, Umbrellas, &c . &c. All we ask is a fair ex
animation of our stock and prices.
SPITET & CLARKE,
Dealers In Clothing at Wholesale and Retail, No. 211
Main street, Union Block, opposite Court Square, Hen-
parts, Tenn. ecsiawtm
ON the night of 251b December, a small cbes-
nut sorreu J1ULC, lour years oh, marked Kith
ihe collar. Hi good oroer, haa one shoe on before.
had a rope on his neat when he left. Any in.
formation left at Cayoe's stable, or to myself, two miles
North of Memphis. wiU be thankfully received, and all
JolS-dwtr W. DONALDSON.
T5T virtue of an intrrl.catory decree of the Chancery
JL) Court at Ripley, at its December Term, leKti, I win
seH at the Coait nonsedoor, in the town of Ripley, on
the FIRSC M ON DAT in March next, One II and red Acres
of La-d in tbeltb Civil District of Liuderdale coanty.
beieegieg to the Estate of Cooprr H Jones. Terms cash.
aoU-wtHs HENRTH. Rirn.tRriSON. O si. M.
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING
SUPERCEDED OT THE USE OP
WEST'S PATEST GALVANIC CEMEXT.
rrtHIS Cement, by its noa -conduct ion and galvanism,
X prerenU metal roofs from rusting and unsoldering ;
aod resists tbe extremes e- heat ard cold better than
iT;hmgeverinventedlor entir roofs, or for covering
ovt r old shingles or metal roofs ot anyklad. Theweicht
heretoforeaitached to cement roofs is avoided by the use
of this material. It being ranch lighter tbaa tin or shin
glee It is adapted to all kinds of houses, flitorstttp
roofs. Its appearance is like slate, beaatlf at aUke for
the rich palace or the hamMe cottage.
The asderelgeed, having secured tbe Tight to the
State of Teams, tee, is now preparea to cover eta or new
roofs f anydescrietien, or to repair old roofs that leak
around chimneys, sky-lights, battlements, &c., at short
est notice; and will a tee sell rigais to term lories, by
conntlcs or towns, on reasonable terms. Tbe attention
ot architects, bolldera, and the pablic generally, Is invi
ted te thH Heonag. as something better than anything
before known, for cheapness and durability, it being are
W. S. BENNETT. Proprietor.
Office rn J. L. Morgan's Archi ectnral Rooms, No. 10
Walker's block, Memphis, Tennessee, where samples may
be seen : or address Box ast post oalce.
Of the maay testimonials 1 have, I will here submit
To Whom it may Concern.
Tbis is to certify that I have had West's Patent Gal
vanic Ofment pat npon a roof at my store, which be re to
te e leaked badly; but since ine application or tats la
ment it has been perfectly water-proof. 1 can recom
mnd it to tbe pablic for all roottng purposes, and believe
it te be a permanent nxtare against are ana water.
JAMES BO I'D, No. 172 Mam-st,
Memphis, July IS, 1So6.
Having examined samples of West's Patent Galvanic
Cement for Kooflng, and having a knowledge of tho ma
terial ased in said roosag, we nave no nesitatHn in
saying that we deem said roofing one of tbe best that has
come ander oar observation, and weam cneerimiy re
comra nd it to the public. It being fire aDd wa'er-proof.
Signed, John I.. Morgan. Architect ; Wm. Crane, Archl
tect and uivu isagioeer ; n. wrgeson, Larpcnter, n
S. Brace & Co., Carriage Builders, Monroe street ; D
Cockrell, proprietor Commercial Hotel; E. A. Benson
Marie Hoase, 268 Mat street.
Memphis, Jaly 18, 18M.
Norton, Bradley & Co. tinners; S. V. -idtbews; E. B.
Wicks, Barnard Stomal ; S. Bast a We; 3. R Mathews
Obas. A. Wheatoa; E. H. Brewster; C. n. CsenVentx
Syracase. N. T ; Amos Pratt, Master steamboat Glebe,
Buffalo, r. X.; S. C. Case, Sup't Cars and uuuaings M
C. R. R.. Detroit, Michigan; Wm Wells ; Hecry Chis
holm; K. Leland, tinner. Cleveland. Ohio, I). L Joco-
bas & Bra.; Gage, Brother & Drake, Tremont House
Sep't Pablic Balldings, Chicago, Illinois. All of tbe
above name-l gentlemen, with hosts of others, cave used
tbls cement, and can testify as to Its utility and dura
FRENCH, GERMAN, BRITISH AND IRISH
P& K. REILLT & CO., so long known at the corner
of Royal and Canal streets, beg to say ibey have re
moved to tbelr large new store No. 126 Canal street, be
tween Royal and Bourbon streets known as Too ro Balld
ings, sign of tbe Golden Ffax, where their ample .vein
and resident bnyer in Europe, will enable them t '. ep
fine rear round) a complete stock in every department.
Also a fall line of PLANTATION GOODS cf the best
Combined with the above, they will keep a', 'he c4d
stand, comer Royal and Canal streets, under thin e of
Embroidery and Lace Store,
A complete stock ef
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
And Ladies' ami Gentlemen's TTJRNISHING GOODS,
to salt the Coaaxry Merchant as well as the cemnoier.
This latter is a class of h use hereto! e nnknown Ln this
market. P. k. E. REILLT & CO.
126 Canal street, between Royal and Bourbon streets,
sepl 9-601 Toaro Balldinga, sign of tbe OoHenFlv
THR anderritned are now opening at tbelr NEW
NO. 37 FRONT ROTV,
a general and well selected assortment of
Freslt Drugs and Medicines.
Chemicals Paints, Oils, DyettuRs, Patent Medicines.
Glassware and Perfumery, warranted to be fres and
; nclne, dliect f r.m New Tork. wl icn are ctfered en ac
3mmodating terms. Ctil and Judge for reared ret, or
'tend in your orders, which wiii b promptly attended to,
particularly those from a distance, and the goods cent
lerward without delay The patronage t oar friends
and the pablic is respectfully solicited to our newes
abiistmen', as we ferl awurvl we can render satisfac
tion to all who stay favor as with tbelr custom.
Prescriptions put ap carefully rt all bouts.
WATT C. BRADFORD.
1 O Craetbtes, Nos. IS to 40;
JL A K CircaU- Saws. 45 to CO Inches ;
300 bbls. Newark Cement ;
500 " Plaster Psris;
A good stock of Gum Bolting;
Files ot a superior qnaltty, all aivei ;
French Bert MM Stones, all sHes ;
A large lot sBpTtor BHtiBg CMb;
For sale low at the Calen F.anJry, Poplar street.
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAVINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
No. 26 Madison Street.
THIS Institution, having birn organised undera charier
granted by the General A ssembly of tbe Slate of Ten
neasee. t now ready for business. Tbe Directors for the
ensuing year are :
FRANK M WHITE, AUG'ST Jf FOPTR Pret't.
C.J. SKLDEN, . E. M. AVERT. 1'athier
By tbe charter, married women and cblMtrui may de
posit all in ml ol not lea than $1 per week, luttjrtt only
to their eonlrol. Interest allowed on all deposits for
mrv thin runr months, at six cer cent, per annual. Ex
change on New Tons and New Ori-ant. Collfctloni made
and proceeds promptly remiura. .
Memphis, Tenn., Dee. 1th, 1856 ly
Pare Ohio Catawba Brandy.
rrtHK undersigned has this day received thirty cases of
I . w .... -In. . r.tivtu Rnnlr srtil h.
been sppeiBted sole agents for tbe sale of tbt celebrated
pure XaMve lirsnoy, vara i inmw "j
phyeidaas for persons reqBlring AWishellc (tiiHMH,
as It Is tbe or.ly pure artkie of Draady te be procured la
tbe United Slates.
SWAN & GO.'S LOTTERIES.
Capital Prize $50,000.
OWING to the great favor with which our Single Ntan
ber Lotteries have been received by the public, ancS
the large demand for Tickets, the Managers. S SWAN It
CO., will have a drawing each Saturday throughout Ihe
year. The f allowing Scheme will be drawn in each of
their Lotteries for March, 1857.
OXiA SQ EO,
To be drawn In the City ot Atlanta, Georgia, in public.
on SATURDAT, March Tlh, 1S57.
To be drawn ln the city of Atlanta, Georgia, ln public, on
SATURDAT, March Ilth, 1657.
To be drawn ln the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SAT JRDAT, March 21st. 1S57.
To be drawn ln the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, oa
SATURDAY, March 28th, 1S57, on tke plan of
3,260 ZPxdLzos ! 1
Moro than Ono Prize to Every Ten
TIIIRTV THOUSAND TICKETS I
1 Price of
10 000 Is..
S,U 0 Is..
G 000 is 6.000
6,000 is 6 000
4 000 ii 4 000
3,000 is 3 003
2 060 Is 2000
1,000 is 1,000
100 are 10.000
69 are 5,UO0
4 rrlzes of $253Aprox'tlBg to $50,000 Prise are$!f00
3,260 prlxea amounting to ...204,000
Whole Tickets, 10; Halves, 85 00;
Quarters, $2 50.
PLAN OF THE LOTTERV.
The Numbers from 1 to 30.000, oorrespoadlng with those
Numbers on th; Tickets prlnfau on separate slips ot pa'
pr. are endrcKU with small tin tubes and placed la one
The first 212 Frizes, similarly printed and encircled, are
Disced in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn
from tbe wheel of numbers, and at the same time a Prise
1. drawn f rjm the other wheel. The xtumaer ana raze
d'awnout are cnenwl and exhibited to tbe audience and
rrgiiUredby the Commissioners; tbe Prire being placed
against tbe Number drawn This operation Is repealed
uatil all the prises are drawn out
AprnoxiMATiox Prizes. The two preceding and the
two sacceedlng Numbers to those drawing tbe flrfl IS
Prix'? will be entitled t the 43 Approximatwa Pi Iks, ac
cording to the che-ne.
S3" The 3,000 Frlr.es of $20 w81 be determined by the
last tlgure of the number that draws id- soti.ww rrtzr.
For extmme. If tbe Nuraliers drawing 60.000 Prhte ends
mihNo. 1. then all the Tickrtswbere th: number ends
in 1 win be entitled to -SO. If tbe Number ends with
No. 2, then aU the Tickets where the Lumber ends In 2
wlli be enlHJed te 20. and so on to 0.
CerUacates of Packages wlil be sold at the folMwlag
rates. wheh is the rUk :
Ortldeateuf Package of 10 Whole TiekeU $S0 00
' " 10 Half " 40 00
" " 10 Qaartcr " 20 00
la ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the money
to oar address, for tbs Tickets orderesLen receipt of natch
they win be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can
have Tickets endlag ln any Ggnre they may designate
Tbe list of drawn numbers and prizes win be fonrari!
ed to purchasers Immediately after tbe drawing.
Porchjsers will please write their sbjsL.tnrM ptala, and
Eiie their Post Office, coanty and State.
S3RetaoB)be''t.Bt,"ry Prize is drawn and payable
in fall without deduction.
rf"AU Pnzes cf $1,000 and under. paM iaHDedlately
after the drawing other Prizes at the ainal time of
tr" All communications strictly cenSdentlal.
S3- Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Ti'kets
at either Office.
Addrest orders for Tickets or Certificates ef Packages of
Tickets either to
S. SWAN & CO., Atlanta, Ga., or
e25 S. SWAN. Monteomery. Ala
COTTON SEED PLANTER!
This engraving represents an Improvement In
MACHINES FOR PLANTING COT
TON AND OTHER SEEDS.
Intrnfeif fcjV. A. STEWART, of Kentucky, near
Patented July 1st, 1S56.
R T ANCFACTURED by STREET & CO., corner o Sec-
J.VJL end ard Poplar streets, Ji-mpm
Orders for Planter! received by STREET & CO.; alio,
by GOODLETT, NABERS & CO.,. No. 47 Front Bow,
TERMS $20 CO, shep cost, Including the right tonse.
Paid on dllvery at the Shop. j decs-dtf
Premium Cotton Gins.
fTIHE attention of Cotton Planters Is refpectfully caned
A to the above superior Gins, manufactured by E. Car
ver it Co., East Bridgewater, Mass. Under a recent Im
provement, tbe Carver Gins are regarded as the beet new
ln general use; their superiority seeds no comments from
as, as thousands are now ln successful operation In the
We have on hand Of ty Gins, embracing all the dice rent
sizes ana naniDers or saws.
Also 10 and 12 feel segment bolts, washers, 4c, com
plete, all of which we offer to our friends npon the usual
terms and time. owinh & GIBSON,
Nos. I and 2 Exchange E ending.
Memphis, Sept. 28, 1854 tf
YFHITLEY?5 PATENT PORTA
CIASK & AVEKI,
St. Louis, Mo.
AGENT AT MEMPHIS. TENN.,
HAVING taken the Agencv for the sale of the above
Circular Saw Mills. I am prepared to nil all orders
for Mills, with or without the power to drive tbem on
tbe shortest notice
Persons wishing to purchase Mills, and &1o deslrousihat
they should be set bp and put into operation, can be ac
We do net with to praise onr own work, all weatkof
persons wisbiog to purchase Mills is lo examine our
work before buying elsewhere, as we think they will;glve
us Ihe preference after such examination. Wearosat
Ud"d onr Mills will saw more lumber, and In better style
iu tbe same number of hours than any other Saw Mill
Persons wishing to rmrcbase Millc will please address
me at Memphis, Tnm. G. McLEAN.
Hiack &niui aud Sheet Iron Worker,
Corner of Front flout and HincAcsfcr.
SECOND-nAND Boilers bought., geld
and exchanged Jornew ones
yavwork done afjeverr descrintlsn. snch as
CblmneTS. Brlcbcn."Pire Beds. Eicane
Pipes, Condensers FotgeSjMstalteLIfejRoxtsndSteam
boat Workln general. Als6"rBank?Saf57Flreproif Shuts,
uasemeters, uiierns, ac-,-,
N. B. Boilers repaired al,thet!hortesl notice, and run
the n.ol reasonable terms. jBfct? navI4-daly
4 " 200 ' 29J0OO
4 100 " 10 000
4 ' SO , ' 980
4 " 65 " 8090
4 60 " 7.0T0
4 " 65 ' 6,00
4 " 60 " 6,ea
4 " 46 " 4 000
4 " 49 " 3 000
4 " 31 " 2 0W
4 " 26 " 1,600
3,0)0 " 20 are
ON the 1st June, 1866, tbe firm heretofore existing be
tween!. H.' CLARE and A C. WURZACH was dis
solved, by mates! cotuent. P. n. Dark la charged with
the settlement of the business of the late Arm of P. H.
Clark k Co. ' F. H. CLARK.
The subscribers have associated themselves together
under the firm of F. H. CLARE. & CO.
F. H. CLARK.
JAS. S. WILEINS,
OUR NEW FIRM.
It affords'me pleasure to announce to my friends and
the public that I have associated with me my former
partner, JAS. S. WILKINS, and my well-known assis
tant THOS. hill, unaer tne familiar style et r. u.
CLARK & CO.
Tbe new firm will start with an efficient force ln each
mechanical branch, the Watch departmentbelng under the
supervision of Mr. Wilkins.
Sto ttrll at all times of the latest fashions, and prices
as lot is the sam quality and style of goods can be pur
chased ln Philadelphia or New Tork.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended tome
during my fifteen years' residence ln Mempkls, and my
aim will be to merit Its continuance.
P. H. CLARE.
OUR aim bas been to keep pace with our growing city,
and tarnish those who want Goods ia oar line with
good articles, and at fair prices. Oar assortment, fer
years, has been but little If any behind our Eastern
cities. It Is more extensive this season than ever. Onr
leading branches are, first
Of whi.-Ji w have every variety In general ate.
toeether with a large assortment made to onr
eider, which for neat ness of style and time-keep
ing, are surpassed by none. In our assortment
will be fonnd the Eight Day Watch and the Repeating
Chronometer, giving tbe time to a minute In the dark.
Our assortment ln this important branch is kept fall
l.y frequent receipts ot all tbe new styles, whether of
foreign or aotnesneproaaction.
W have made tbls branch of our business a study for
years, not only posting ourselves with regard to tbe dif
ferent Qualities and merits of the different styles and ma
kers, bat of the kinds best suitable to oar market Oar
assortment, for t number of years, has been large, to
which we bare recently made many additions of oar own
importation. We can f nrnish our easterners with SHOT
GUNS from $5 to $209; RIFLES from $10 to $100,
Also, the Celebrated SHARPE'S RIFLE.
DBRRINGER and COLT, of all sizes,
sortmeat of tbe kinds la general use.
Also, a fell as-
Tea and Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Caps, Castors,
Spoons. Folks, Ladles, with many choice Fancy Articles,
aH cam aae.
' SILVER PLATED GOODS.
Urns, Castors, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Seta, Kperg
nea. Cake and rruit Baskets Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Pitcc-
-T . r-jf lr.l.nr. t-t. JU-
A full aisortni-nt of Pocket and Table, from the best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OTJB LEEC E ANICAIi BHANCH.
All kinds of Watch Work done in the most faRhfnl
raacner. Jewelry repaired, and new nude to order.
Plain and Orantental ; Seals for Lodges, Courts, tc.
in any style , Stencel Plates of all sizes.
Prof Kemington, Artist,
Embraces a soi t of ruoms bsilt expressly for the parpose,
and we are prepared to ferntsa our cnitomers with first
class picture mall the various styles.
Ia bonding expressly for our busine;s, we have com
bined ev.-ry convent-rice fir tbe discreet branches, and
g'oatiy re need onr expenses, which, with our facilities
and the extention of ear business, enables us to sll goods
and do wurkon the most reasonable terms Goods cheer-
folly shewn and fairly represented, and we invite all,
b- th bayers and the curious, to drop in without ceremony
aad exasatne ear stoc.. we keep open noose for all.
oetl6-dawly P. II. CLARE & CO,
rprjEldte-l and by far tbe most important lmprovo
JL ment ln Photography Is the recently patented pie.
ture known as tbe SPIIERKOTTPE, whkh is not only
new aad uul.tr any of Its predecessors, but greatly sa
t rior to all. Tbr Sphereotype la proof against TIME
air and water, and for richness of tone, warmth of
txprt'Ssion and distinctness has ro equal ln fact the 11
luwa Is soch that the picture, or image, seems suspetd.
ed in air, entirely independent of tbe back ground
For ihU picture we have the exclusive right for Hem-
phis Specimens can be seen in onr Gallery, whore pic
tures are also lat'n tn tne virions style- by ma Artist,
who coaabln-s the Chemist with the Artist, which cna-
W s him at an times to produce superior Fietures.
F. n. CLARE ft CO ,
de2-tf No. 1 Clark's MarUe Block.
PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
Wholesale ;uu lcliul
No. 67 Front How.
THANKFUL to his friescs and tbe public
for tbe very liberal patronage extended to
him for tbe last eight years, M. LOUIS MON
TEDONICO begs leave to 'flfotm tbe citizens
of itcDivbis and vicinity that he will constantly keep on
hand a large assortment of the best imported Wines
Caret. Port, Madeira, White, fee. ; alto, Scotch Ale and
M. L. iloXTEDOStco always keeps on hand a great
variety of Fancy Candles and Toys, an assertm' nt of stick
Candy. Prases ia Jars and boxes. Raisins, Grapes, every
kind or Preits-arut Nats, Pickles. Lobsters. Sardines
Olives, French and English Mutant. Ssgar In loaf and
box's, Oaraoao. Mara hine. Old Wines. Ginger, Pre
serves, Savannah, New Tork and Boston Preserves, Cat
sup, Pepper Sauce, Chocolate, Cordials, Syrups, Macca.
runi, Vermarelli. the best Havana Cigars, and a great
many e her articles, too numerous to mention, now offered
for sale very low. eilaer by wholesale or retail.
Having, at much expense, secured the services of two
of the most experienced workmen evr In tbis city, he
flatters himself that he cannot be surpassel in arranging
and decorating tables for Parties Wedding.", ice , with
Honor to nunseit ana saiKiaeuon to ms customers.
aianofactnrer and "Wholesale Dealer In
CANDIES, CAKES, &C.
Ko. !io Mam-st, Odd Fellows'
Hall, Memphis, Tenn.,
KEEPS constantly on hand - large assortment ot Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits in their own jn!c. Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, cordials, syrups, cne wines, uranaics, au
kinJ of Nuts. &c
In connection with this establishment I have fitted up
ln superior style an
Ice Creanii Saiooia,
expressly for the- Ladles. A' so t Ger net . oa.ooo,
where Ice Cream Is served irom D A. if. till 12 P. M.
n. niELon.. ..........wsi Taiiris.
PHELOX & FARUIS, Proprietors,
NEAR THE DEPOT OF THE
Mississippi & Tennessee Railroad
MANUFACTURERS of Wazons. Plows, Drays, Carts,
Wheelbarrows and Agricultural Implements gener
ally. Also. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets,
Casing and Sm kept constantly on band for sale, and
made to order at short notice.
All kinds of Wood Turning and Sawing done on tlx
mos' reasonable terms. We are also doing & general
Building Business awl solicit a call from those Intendlcs
to build, as we think we can do their work cheaper and
give better satisfaction than any one else In the city. We
a.' the beat and most approved machinery in tbc mane
facture of onr work, and being both practical mechanic
we can and will do oa- work better and sell it cheaper
thin any other estahifchr, eat ln the city. To all we say
come aad try o. We also do Wrought-Iron Work ol
every description make Wrought Shutters for Houses
&c. All our work M folly guarantied.
Iulyt7-d3m:wly . ,
MARINE AXD FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of Nashville, Tenn.
CAPITAL, :::::: $150,000.
JOSEPH VAULT Pres't A. W. BUTLER, Eec'y.
John M Hill, Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
James Coney, R. H. Gardner, F. A. Owen,
G. M. Fogg, Joseph. Taulx, James Ellis,
U. E. Alloway, w. s. Eakin.
WARtNE INSURANCE on Carcoes and Frtichta undo
open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risks ot.
Merchandise, by steamooau, ranroaas, or lanacamag.s,
also, hazards on rivers and liKes to or from aay part of
the United States. t
FIRE INSURANCE on buildings, dwelling or other
be uses, goods ln store, fsrnlture, tic., in town or country.
t3"Negrc insured, against the dangers or ine rivet.
J. G. LONSDALE, Agent,
Office Jefferson street, Memphbi.
Tlie ftlutual Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW TORE.
Accumulated Fund, $3,000,000.
TUB rates adopted by tbls Company are baaed npon the
most correct observations. Policy holders get all the galna
ot tbe Company, as It Is purely mutual, having no prefer
red stocKor other capital to tase the first frulta ot pieflts
Any person wUhlng Insurance en his or her life will re
celre all Information, together with the requisite forms ( I
application; by calling on J. G. LONSDALE,
Agent jiutnai uie insurance uompany,
cell 1-Iy Office Jefferson street, Memphis, .
HAWKS, SMITH & CO.'S BULLETIN.
jST3Xaaa.gr O7xn.cio, 1357 i
MERCHANTS PLANTERS, MECHANICS !
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
HAWKS, SMITH Sc. CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Nob. 304 and 300 Main-st.
also AQE.tTJ rort
"Heaing's" Patent Salamander b'afes !
HAVING now received tho greater portion of oar
Goods for tba SIRING TRADE, by recent arrivals
from Europe and the Eastern Cities, we are prepared to
offer greater inducements to the Merchants, Planters and
Mecnanidoi tne sxratnwest than have hitherto been of
fered In this market for proof of which we respectfully
so rcit tbe inspection of our stock and prices. In view ot
this, we have placed ourselves in a position to ofiVr soch
Inducements to those who may vlilt Memphis for the pur
poioof making their purchas s, as wlil deter them from
seeking another, market, aa far at least as oar business
Is concerned. To tally carry out this object we have made
pennaiitntarranginKn's with thebet manufacturers In
England and ln this country, to be regularly supplied
with a tall stock of Gocds ln ou.' line, and wilt furnish
those who tray favor us with their enters, with goods at
as low figures as any bouse In the country. South or West.
Oar stock comprises
For the Country Trade.
Boiled and Charcoal Iron Castings,
Boston, Philadelphia and Wheeling Nails,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets, -L3g,
Trare. Stay and Stretch Chains,
Brlzht and half bright catutevl noes,
CaatsUel p4ihed rlveted-eye Hoes,
till rcut and steam bent Uames,
Hog skin Collars, horse and mule,
Cotton, wool and Jim Crow Cards,
Mat) ilia and Jute Cordage,
Thread and common cotton Rope,
Plow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes Lines, &c,
Louisville, Cincinnati and Ntw Tork Sifters,
Nova Scotia and B'ved Grindstones,
Ames' caststee I Shovels and Spades,
Itowlani's and Can's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all patterns,
Locks. La'ches ninges, &c,
WU1 Wheels and Well Bucket.
Together with every aitide suited to the trade of the
country merchant. In the
We hav e made tbe best .elections tram tbe most approved
manufacturers of every article necessary for the planting
Cotton Cane and Grab noes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks,
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fan Mi ls, Corn Mills, Corn She'.ler?,
Corn and Cob Crashers, Straw Cotters,
Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, Ac,
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent and common Churns,
names. Collars, Singletrees, &.,
Pruning Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements sf aU kinds.
Hall li. Spear's wrought and cost Plows,
Allen's Cotton Plows and Scrapers.
Together with a full stock of the celebrated Avery and
Livlngaton & Co. PUrs, which have for several years
past given snch universal satisfaction. We are folly pre
pared to keep always on band a large stock et these
Plows together with the extra Points and Oastiogs, so as
to he able to supply our planters with tbem at all times
In the eel- ct Ion of oar stock of Goods In the
We have pld most paiticniar attention to the interests
of our mechanics We have selected such goods as are
best suited to this market, and can safely guaranty satis
faction t all.
Oar stock in this dtpartment la fall and ceupkte,
com prising in
Greenwoods Axle Pallies and Shatter Fastnlngs,
Pearl White nd Mineral Enb Locks and Latches,
Clo-e and Electro-Plated " " " "
Cottage, Rural and Mortise " ' '
Fn nt and store door " ' "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self-hnttlngdoor and Gate Hinges and Latches,
IUts and nooks. Null. Brads Screws. &c
This departmen in our business is under the special
supervision ot one of tbe partners, who has fer many
years, in this city, given It his careful attention, and be
lieving that this branch ef oar basiness requires more
tbanordinao care, both ln tbe ejection ot the goods
and In Mllng orders, he Is determined to nse Ms best en
deavors to keep such goods as shall piea.e all oar me
chanic, and will bold every -indee men t to merit tbiir
We would ea'd particular attention to oar stock et Teds,
Ihe quality of all which we can frilly guaranty, compris
Union Factory Plane i, Rales, &c,
Spar &. Jackson's Hand and Panneil-Saw,
Batcher's cast steel Chisels and Files,
Earl Smith & Co.'s Files,
Wetberby's Chisels and Draw Knives,
Cam's celebrated ' '
Spirit Levels, Jtules and Gnagei,
Angers, Auger Bills Screwdrivers, &c.
Peck's Louisville Brlkxrs,
Newcomb's New Tork Bellows,
S .lid Box and Parallel Vices,
Armitage'a Menstbele AbvHs,
Cotey's warranted Anvils,
Hand and Sledge Hammers,
Farriers, Hammers, Knives and Placers.
Best Charcoal Tin Plate 1 0.
H tt "IX
" Leaded RooSng Plate 'l C,
Bar Tin, Speltre. he.,
Iron Brasa and Copper Wire,
BoltCoppr, Solderlnglrons, he ,
Tinned and Eraziers Sheet Copper,
Bailed and Cbarcoil Sheet Iron,
huss imitation, lints, and Galverniaed Iroa,
Bar L?ad, Rivets, Copper Tacks, tic.
We woukl also call the attention of RaDrcad and Levee
Contrae'ors to oar stock of
Railroad Barrows, Auk's Shovels and Spades,
Bortug Machines. Matttcks, Picks. &c.
naving a thorough knowledge ot oar business In all lis
branch's, we are determined to give it oar entire atten
tion, and shall attend personally to all the orders, and to
the transaction of our basiness la every parttcelar, and
by so doing flatter ourselves that we can give satisfac
tion. HAWKS. SMITH ic CO.,
f bl 301 and 306 Mala-st.
TnE undersigned would respectfully inform Joe pab
lic that he has taken charge of tbe Male School near
Forest Hill Seminary, where be hopes by aaremi'tiag at
tention to the daues of his profession to merit a small
share of the pablic patronage. To a tborosgh Cofteg iate
education, in one of the first Colleges ef oar land, be
nnlb s a large experience as teacher of yosth. Toang
men will be thoroughly fitted for College, or tbe active
dntie of life. Good board can be had ln respectable pri
vate families at eight dollars per month. The place Is of
convenient access, being on tb line of the Memphis and
Charleston Railroad. Students will leave the cars at
Forest Hill Station, where ttey will readily find the
school by inquiring at tbe Female Seminary
JAMES VOOKHEES. Principal.
Iieferenca Rv. B. Miller, Principal Female Semlna
nary at Forest Hill; II Owen, B. Cash, V. Baugasa M.
Neville, E W. Kinney, W. T. Bettie, S. Held, J. Vangis,
j. uogus, s. a. Meacnam, Mr. ceiaweu ana is. uwen.
SAINT JOSEPH'S COLLEGE,
Near Somerset, Perry County, 0.
THE Annual Session of this Institution will be re
suaied on the Jint Monday ef September, 1S66.
For Board and Tuition tn English branches, wash
ing and mending Ilnea, and nse of bed and bed
ding, per annum...
For Board (as above) with Tuition In Algebra, Ge
ometry, Surveying. Book-Keeplng, Rhetoric, His
tory, and tbe use of tbe Globes
For Board (as above) with Tcltlon in tbe Classics
and Natural Philosophy........
Fer Instructions on Piano, with nse ef Instru
ment per annum
Fo.-I'utrnctlon on other Instrnments.. ...........
Stationery, Books, Medicines, when tarnished, t
To those who remain at the Institution darlngTa
cation, an extra charge will be madcof......!...
J. A. EELLT, President.
J3" Refer to Rv. J. V. Dalv, Memphis, for farther
MempUls Founder y
Adorns Street, Memphis, Tenn.,
IS now prepared to do all kinds of Machine Work; also.
Steamboat Work of every description. Steam Engines.
SaarMdls of cverr description. Cotton and Wool Ma
chinery, Gin Gearing, naning atacnines Also. oraM
Fouodery, Cn ting and Finishing. Stejm Guage Cocks and
Castings of evrry description, heavy wrought iron rorg.
lng, Wrought iron Gratings for Jails, Bank Vaults, Cel
lar and Side-Walk Grates, Iron Fencing of every descrip
tion mde to order- Al'o, House Fronts, Window Caps
and Sills, ot varlon patterns. In a word, I am preparec'
to do every description or work in my line.
I have now ln shop the latest and most Improved pat
terns of Steam Engines. ISAAC PHKLON
S. McKenxa. Supe'lntendent M10-y
At Manufacturers' Prices.
errtn TASKS of the various Brands of American
t)UU PRINTS, for sale at manufacturers' prices far
nettcash.by james low i CO..
fe2l 418 Main street, LonUvUIe, Ey.
fX f A BALES Cannelton Shecttags, for sale by
O U U - JAMES LOW & CO.,
feb21 418 Mala street LonlnvlPe, Ky.
CASES Lawns of tbe Pacific, nadley Falls,
Portementh and Glasgow makes, on band and
for sate by
JAMES LOW & CO .
418 Main street, LouIivtUe, Ey.
OH ft CASES Cottcnades New Tork Mills, Rlpka'a
(JU act! other brand', on hand and for sale by
JAMES LOW & CO ,
feWI 418 Main street, LoulivIBe, Ey.
O er BASKETS Creme de Bjuzy Champagne Wlce.
iO n. II. POTTER. Main street,
feblD Third door North Worsham nouse.
Scotch and Irish Whisky,
TUST received, by H. H POTTER,
J lerl6 Msln-st . 3d door North Worsham House.
TO THE 3P U JbSXjXOI
The Madison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Paclory.
THE nndrstlgn'd has taken tbe stand recently occu
pied by Moore & Ilalstesd. over the Pianist MBl of
Whipple, McCulIagh Sl Co., and Is prepared to all all or
d rt for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings, Mould
ing,, 31 anil's, c.
Particular attention paid lo dressing aad ripping Lum
ber, for the Carpenters aadj?allder."
JamfS-dijm ,,,-. . . B.TIKUKSO.
EVERY MAN IS OWN SUGAR
CHINESE STJGAB CANE.
TIII3 Cane will grow on any land snltable for corn. It
yields 500 gallons of superior syrnp to the acre, and
will produce fifty thousand pounds of foddr. It also
ripens two crops of seed In one season, anl is the most
valuable crop broagat to this country since the Introduc
tion of cotton.
A saall quantity of the above valuable seed on con
signment, and In packages each containing sqfflcient ed
to plant half an ace, at $1 23 per package For further
particulars see pamphlets furnished gratis "by tbeagents
LOWNES ORGILL Si Co..
feb7 Nos 13 aad II Front Raw
Gr TJ KT iS -
fTIHE great demand for oar fine Imported GUNS ln-
X aucea as tu re-order a superior lot, which ar jast it
hand f torn the London makers.
DOUBLE DUCE GUNS, fine laminated steel barrels 6
t 8 bore, 31 to 10 Inches long
.'INE GUNS, msde by Smith fx. Tewrtsend. Greener
White it Thompson. IIoHls &. Sheath, etc , etc.
FINE GrNS, In Oak Cases, with flxteres complete.
FINE GUNS, In Mahogany Cases, wits flxtares Cora
Al.o. a fall assortment of both SINGLE and DOUR LI
GUN3, which we wi.l sell low to Ihe trade.
Assorted Bores and Lenelbs. Aha. Mlate. Skein's and
Saloon Rifles. ,.
COLT'S REPEATERS. I to S taehes. with or wttheat
COLT'S REPEATERS, extra Mas. with Pearl and Ivory
COLT'S REPEATERS, new pattern.
COLT3 ARMT and NAVT RBPEATER8.
SMITH t WESSON'S VOLCANIC REPRATBRS.
DEAN ADAMS k DEAN'S PATBNT Pl-TOL.
FRENCH SALOON or PARLOR PISTOLS, asaortea.
Derringer PisteM, Revolvers of aH the,, Slagee Barrel
Vest Pocket, Self-Coeking PHtols.
We have a'so Just received a full s pply ef Flasks
Belts, Peaches, among which are some entirely new pat
terns, aad tbe Paxnt Safety Powd-r Flask
13 awl 11 Front Ro-,
fet7 New Tork Office, 41 PUtt stroet.
TT7E respectmily call your atteution t- our extenaive-
V V stock of Hardwar Cutlery, Gone, French Window
Glass, .Nails. Cartings, Metals, and all . thrr article in
our line .uiimi to tbe trade of tr.M if country
most of which has either been Import, d by indirect fron
Europe, or telectrd from the best lactones In America by
oar partner resident In the Bast
Tbe recent addition of another wore to oar premises.
eoaDtea us 10 siatun a conv ni nt
WHOLESALE SAMPLE ROOM,
entirely dlonnocti from the retail braaca ef ear trade,
and we feel assured that Merchants wlllcxwalt their ore
Interest by looking into tkis room and asakMtg their se
lections. ione but good and punctual aaea needapaly
ankts aceempanied with Ihe cash.
LOWNKS, ORGILL ft CO ,
13 and 11 Ffobi Raw.
J an I ' New Tork OOoe, 41 Piatt street.
E have Just received from tbe Cumberland River
fall assortment and heavy stock at the .
Celebrated ''Stacker" Iron!
Including Wagon and Bendy Tire, Ploagh aad Scraper
Slabs, assorted Ploogb MuUlda. Hone-shoe. Nail-rod.
Roand, Square, Oval, Hslf-ov.l, Scrap, lac , he, of every
reqoireo oiaienoions, Also
Warranted BrRows, solid b x (and etaerl Vices. Mow
bole Anvils fledge aad Hand Hammers Souths' Tastge,
siocss ana uies. rut, Snnart gad Octagon Cast Steel
English and American blister, German Steel, Borax,
uer&e-aaus, i-enaote orges. u., cl. Apply to
LOWNBS, OKGILL h CO,
jan4 13 aad 14 Front Row
TUST Received heavy shipments of PI ,ube, . mb-acmg
U various size of "Livingston County ." amonest which
are several hundred of tbc ceb-brated No. 1 1 Aim IlnaMe
MoaM-board. Sob-soil. Hill-side, narrows Callivatars.
and aa endless variety of and r-ee-anr Asricalraral and
Hortieallural impb-ments for particalars of which see
bar Illustrated catalogue, famished orafu a oar star.
LOWNES, OHGILL &. Co.,
Jan 13 aBd 14 Front Row.
Fire - Proof af es
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS!
T i he great Qre which broke oat 1b Wanes and Murray
IX. streets, rw York, 9th ior -mber laat, wheie proe
erty to tbe amoant of
600.000 ! I
was destroyed, s-veral of th-w- Safe's were tested wtth
reearte simitar to the following :
New rose Nov. 11 ISM.
Mr. Editor : Ib the fire at No 38 Warrea-sCreet, ea
the meralag ot the 9th inet . oar most vatatblr books and
papers were ei poed for 36 boars la aee ef Stearns h
Marvin's Fire-Proof Safes.
We say fire proof, not because they ere labeled, bat
because we have so proved them. Oar books and papers
came eat anisdared, save the eroding of the beeks, eeea
leaned by steasa.
Oar seare was fire sterlet above greand, aad twe sej
rlea below, oceapted treat cellar to garret. The lateaetty
er the neat can be attest erf by any nremaa wbo wttaesed
No furnace ooakl be eaatrived by the iegesaKy of aaea
to create a mere iBteaee heat We votaatartly give t his
tribute te the valae ef these Safe., and select year widely
ei restated commercial Jewraal te inform the Bwrrantile
eommaBlty what estiatate to place apea Stearns ft Mar
vin's Wilder Patent Salaaunder Safes.
HAVILAND, HARRRL i. RISLET.
In this connexion the Manafactarers write as: -'We have
made these Safes over 14 yea s have seat ever 9 966
Had sis tested la accident a ares in the Ualted States aad
Canada, aad never yet had a ca"tosBr to twee a dellae by
fire from one ef teem. W- Ibtak ihry naveeaiBrd a high
reputation, as they are readily sold here In preference lo
other safe's at so to so percent, lees pree." A fun stock
kept teastaatty ea band by
LOWNBS. ORILL fc CO.
at- fo Venn's & M.rvlo
Classical and Mathematical "School,
A SCHOOL ot the character above indicated will be
XJL opened ln tbls place on the 9th of February, 1367,
Tbc coarse of instructiun wil be the came as that parsacd
at the Untversitv or Virgir ia. and adapted te the pr pa
ration of yoath for the Uolrrrslty. or the bu-iness par
sails of life. The different branches that will be laaghi
in tbls School are:
English Language and Literature;
Moral Philosophy and Ethks. ;
Mathematics and Natural Science;
Gresk Language and Liter itare;
Latin Language and I.lteratuie;
Modern Langaages and Uteratare.
Havlnn atten- ed tbe Lectares la ihe Literary and Sci
entific Departments of the University ef VI Plata ; ob
tained the degree or Bachelor of Art-, aad bees several
years eagaced ln teaching. I flatter myself wtth ihe hope
that I will be ab.e to give general sattifaetiea tat Ihe dtf
ferent branches which I profese te teach. As ntrards
qualifications, moral character, aad atamdaag, I caa refer
to tbe Professors ot th- University, aad to the cttisene et
Charlottesville, Vs., from v-heen I have aae pie tasttan
Terms. $40 per session of live meatbs payable lava -rUMy
ln advance. .No deduMloH made except in case of
For farther particalars. ire printed circa tars, or can on
me, at the Commercial HetHl.
Jaa30 JOHN E. J0NB3, A. B.
FREESE & FLOWERS'
NEW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
No. 338 Main Street,
Bet. Cat- n an J Gayose,
IS now open for the reception of Students Kvrrythlng
that Is taught ln any iastitoti.i of a fmi;ar kiad 1b
the United States can be learned here The coarse em
braces Single and Doubl. Entry Book-Eeepjng, PeaBKin
shlp. Commercial L-w, Commercial Porraa and Calcina
tions, Banking, Wbol sale and Retail, Cosamtsetoa,
Steamboat, Manufacturing ic
Student are not taught In classes ; they are instructed
Individually and separately ; nt there wBl be no detention
on account or i taste. It takes bat few weeks te com
plete tbe course.
The boars of instruction will be from 9 te 12 a 31., and
from 2 to 0 P it. Also Bveamg Lessens lruni 7 to 9
For full course, time unlimited ...... $60 0
For partial coarse... .250
For Penmanship, time Basllailtrd. 16 00
For " ' twenty b-sseaw, 6 00
For farther particular?, address
FKEB88 h FLOWERS,
ST. AGNES FCJIALE AGADE31Y,
TnE Spring teem and Fifteenth Seton witi cm
meRce on MONDAY, the SI of Febreary.
For terms see Circolars.
Dancing at Professor, charges JanSleHwawzm
COLLIERTILLE FS3IALE i'OLLEGE.
Incorporated in 1850.
TnE fourth Seisioo writ begin tbe SECOND DAT oa
FEBRUARY, and continue twatyae weeks.
W. n BENNETT, A. M., M. D , President. Anetent
Mrs. E. BENNETT. Governess. Vocal aad lastrBsaeeial
Miss MATILDA E0EN, E. L. M .EntHsh Uteratare.
J. B. STAMPS. Steward
Term, Payable at tie Close of Each Sestion
Primary Department 10 00
.Academic ' 16 CO
Collegiate ' 70 00
Music with nse ct Instrument.................. 23 00
Incidental Tax.................. 1 M
Board, Including all contingent expeeses per month 8 CO
No extra cbargt for Aneent Lantaagea.
Students charged from time of matrlcutatlBZ to close or
session, and no deduction except fer r retracted lttee-s. .
The president and Lady board ln CoHege. n here aH ns.
pits can be accommodated. Janl-w3m
gj Enquirer eopy
OollierviUe Male Academy.
niniRD SESSION begins FIFTn .f JAHDART, and
I continues twenty-one weeki.
i.'i rviT'l-ry, .
J. E. STAVP5, Principal. KagiMfc.
J. CLATTON, A. M , Ancient Lajajoages.
G. K. BRIDGES, Steward.
TERMS OVE AT CLOSE OP SESSIOK.
Orlhoirapby, Reading and Writiag 8 00
Kiigltsb farammar. Geographr and ArUhmailc lo oa
Philosophy, Chemistry. Astronomy, fee 15 00
Mathematics andndent Languages.. 28 00
Board, including all contingent expeaaea per month 9 00
Students charged from time of natrtaniet liver to clee
ot session, and no deduction except lor protracted Illness.
83 Endnlrrr copy.
Extension Dininrr Tallies.
MAD 0G ANY, Oak Bd WaHnt Jbtejartao TaWes,
. from tta to foenren feet long, ast reeesved and fer
tale low by
nov!8 , iltEIXNET & GO,
Webster's Private Correspondence,
W1IH Aotcbiograpby and Personal Reminiscences,
eoDtatniag al oa Biographical notice of EzekleJ
vtewrr. awe vols., oro.
A new Life of Saatmeraeid, by WBHam W. WBIett ;
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee. In two volamea ;
The Miser, Ritketkketack, aad the Poor GentPraaa ;
Three Tales la oo- volume by nendriek Ceaeascieaee ;
Peemsef Henry Wadsworth LoagteUew eemplsU ln two
The Castaways ; or, the Adveatares of a Family "ln the
WOds of Africa, Illustrated;
Tbe Pfcty-Day Book, New Storks for Utile Folks, by Fan
CfaanUdeer. A Thaakscivtag story ef tbe Peabodr Faml-
ty, brCoraelras Mathews, with Iltastratlens, by
Oar Grandmother's Stories, and A ant Kate's Fireside
Msmseke. Jost received and fer fair by
larrll-daw CLEAVES & GPION.
THE nt4ery aad Recordset tbe Elephant Clab; com
aikd from Aatheatk DoeaaeBls now In the posses
ion of tbe TWriogteai society, ey Jie, nae uck-
!. Vf. and Me. Q. K Philander DeestKks, P. B
This beta: ihe veritable and veradeas hlstorr of the
oisaard atls4olas of the Klepnisi t-rno. wnn tae
mbinu aad DarticaUr narrative ot what they did Te
which ia add- d a complex and elaborate descristtoa of
wha' they did'at. CoataiatBg, also, the exanans reeora
me ikei'mnaonblesBeceM IB erentaany eotawraa- eaca
and 'very one A Mftt of tie entire ana unaauneraiea
Animal, ftota tbe primlllve hair. n his atteBoated pro-
beta to the last link ef his symmetrica! tan.
The Honors et FaleeBbrWge : A Cota-ctien or uamer
one and Brerv Iter Setae By Joeeataan F. Eelley
Lake Ngamt; or, Kxptorauaas ana tnscevenrs ooibs
Pour Tears' Waaderlaa ln tbe Wild, of Soatkwestere
Africa, with tnttarreae Prostrations, reprseatlag Sport-
ibbt Adventares Sto Meet e of sural MUlory, iwtkos Mr
deotroytBc; Wild AslsBohs. &c.
Beaasaarchais and Ills Times, scetenee or rrenca
Society la tbe Blghteesth Cents ry, from UaaasMisaed
Little Derr.t. By Charles IHckena. Cloth and paper
Mad For sale by
jaal daw CLKAVBS & GOIOX.
Xy Baatrr and Bseaiag News eopy .
New and Popular Novels and Tales,
TTTST received and tor sole ar CLEAVES & GUIOK
. Tscrs: A LeveTale. la twe vetames, hy Msse eweB.
Vbdet : or. The Crow aarf the Cwwa. by Mis Mcia.oe.
Ueaev Lvle : or. Ufe ana exuseace, ay ue inaawer
th lata Captala M avryatt. '
Tbe nBrlesM aad the O'Raartys ; A National Tale.
Paul Pane ; or. Parts of a Life else aoitoM, bj X. Parker
raaterhaei Tales, bv Harriet Lee.
Tk. Qaadroea; or. A Lever's Adveatares w IeisUaa
by Caps. Mayae ttesa
Marrvie ton Late bv George Wood.
Veva; ..rTtf- War of the Paaas, aad The Caaserlat,
The Uea ef Pteaders; or the Bettie et Getasa aasirs
Coant Hana ef Craeaaave, Woaaesi CUra aad rate u
The Cure et tbe VWage, The Haeeteess ef beles Rieh,
The Mber. RMketKketack, aad Tke Poor Gentlemaa,
Little Dorritt By Cnarks Dtekeas
feb-daw CLKAVBS & GUOI.V
A MJ5RRY CHRISTMAS.
CLEAVBS h OBION Bate bow reeey fer the apareach
isg HotttWvt. a large aad varied aeerta&esH ef Bie
Books, Paacy Articles, he , com i ting ia part of as below:
Reaert'a Traveb. la the Heir Uad; 6 vaU. 4M-, Tarkey
Meroeee, Anilsree style.
The Sfwctator ; S v..h. . tatt calf, Bgnh style.
Ceepti's Noeels ; zs v-, aau cau, shum hit.
Everett's Oratb-tts and SaeecBes; 2 vale., fall calf, Aa-
Dr. Seatax ltrar; 3 veCs., tatt aatf, gaHt bask. Very
The Wofkerf the Rev. RVbard Hooker; fa calf, Eag
Ushstvle. Barke's Works; 8 vels fast caK, BadUth stela.
Lord ChnwTBelu's Worse; 6 vat., fa cast.
Perry's Expedition te Japta, rami hail by Franete L.
Hawa L L.B., aaely lUaetratea, ia half cotf , Tax key
Mur too. rail gilt, MJd other ktylet.
The saase lane- qaarto, varices styles.
Spark's Lit- aad Wrttiags ef Wastajaes; 12 vats., half
Stark'sLbe aad Writings ef FrtakUa; 10 -rats., haH
calf Itacltsh style.
BosweM's Lit- of Br. Sasaael Jehnsan L.L.D.; Is tea
vb. tall calf. latnaaa edit loo.
The Works of Oliver G. abmith. with Life aad Xetes, la
4 vols., fun eatr, Loadoa edttlea
nasi- tt'. Life of Sbakepeare. la 4 toss., bast calf, Loa
Ml A as tea's Novels; 5 wis. full calf, Ldsa.Btey'
Addiso ' Werhe, 6 voss , gilt back
Tztt lageiasby Leseaaht. by Rev R. H. Baraaea; 3 vers-,
halt calf, Btarsse4 edaes, Beartlty'a eaVsaai.
Lama Braaaatlc Peeae, S vah , fatt catfiBBBB tslUm.
bkeney's Bsaasa, 2 vels., fast oalt, f aadaa , Maura's edi-
The Works et Canrita Lamb, 4 vela., fast eahT, LesaeB,
Moxoaa's edit est.
The Workoef Htsfeep JtaOer, ta two vol..., fall calf.
atk-T' HaBtaraa 2 vaK, katf caK.
Dwkrsi's Weeks, 5 vet half eatt Aattsjae.
Hood's Own, fall calf, Leadaa, afozoaa's edtttea.
KoiltB't Aasaeat MKtery, i sou., Tartey Merrecee, Aa-
OaDery ot Portrait wtth Mnaeirs;7 vols., VM calf, gat
edsre. LsadMt eaHtaoa.
Ladgrs Ponrais M vela., half Teikey Mara ea, rare.
IconoaaaphK Rat ajiaadai, 6 vet., Tarary Meroeee, tail
ShaWs Bressss aad Deerratteei ef the Middle Ages
Tae Penary Cj tls loIj, 38 vale., royal eeuwa, haU Waad
Pinna MUteats. aoaad la Turkey Mereeea, Aatlsjue
atyies ef the JaUswlBC Pj U: aaaate, Taase, Chas
er. Spencer, aaakeaesre, Srydea. Cowper, MHteB.
Pepe.Seett. Barne. Ehnte, White, leni -s aad ethers.
Ftar Oetara JtdlHoas la same style as above, ef Thorn, on,
Shecteae Mot eat. Cowper. Soatbey, Pepe, Bar,
Shkprre, H reo, Scctt, Moere, Jkmama, aad M
BMini0 f"tlwa rs
Miss Strtcklaad's Qaeeaa at Ksglead ; I vol., Tatkey Mo
The Repablcaa Court; same style.
tBd:stes's Birds ef Aaaerlea : 7 vol., sesae stale
ABdBBMti's aad Bbcbbmb's Qatdiuptd at NUth Aaerl
wo. ; 3 vol... the same style.
Lord Xahoa's History of RasdaBd, la Tvass., fast calf,
Hae star's History of Eagiaad ; 4 veto., half calf, Lea
ds, LeaanseB's rattles.
Prefttat's Worts ; katf can, Anltaa style,
Coleridge's do d da
CskaiBter' Postbaanas Work; half calf, AatlaBe style.
Haaaah Meere Works ; half eatt, .tataaae style.
MlsaRagewerth's de da aa
Mrs SanneuPs ,de de de
Itoacroft's Unitrd States; 6 vols., half calf, gattt back.
Theer'a French Revoiatluet ; 4 vol., half caK, bask.
Row's Geographical Pact is aery ; t2 yats., fan eatf, Beg
Irvicg's Works; 15 vets., aatf Tarkey, ABtzene style.
Rirh Papier Maebe platB aad iBlaM Wrttzac; Desks 8, II,
II aad If bach
Rich Pa pier Mecaelfew Style Begeat, Tery aaadsemeiy
Rich Rapier Macsy- Envelope Boxes, la jmt variety.
Rich Papier Mache Wor- Boxes, ia grat variety.
Rich Papier MacV Jewel Boxes, da do
Rkb Papter Mache Port Foil's do do
Rich Paper Mache Ink Staade, de de
Ladles' Cate ef Tarkey Meroeee, Raseto Leather, Genoa
Iidles' CanipaBeaas, in a variety ef states.
Saprrb Ormola Jewel Boxes.
Ladies' TraveHea; Begs, several vaiteries.
New French style LaaW Velvet Bsapaiui Forte Mantes,
French Wiefcrr Uned Work Bafkets, estirely new styles.
New stylet Crochet sets. Pearl aad CojbsiUb hiMtrs.
3es Rhoiies tcSeae' Sciseors. lacaaes.
Preach Fee let Seteeers, sosaethlBg new.
Paper K elves, aae carved Ivory, Purl and SHver, eraa
Btrated A great variety of other article too naaereas t men
tion Give ns a caM, a we not deebt we shall be able
te salt the taste sf the most fastidious
deelT-daw No 211 Main street,
CORN AND WHEAT HULLS.
THO -IX wbo are ia waatef Portable MM fer horse,
steam er water power ar Ban MKUtene ef every
siae, and best quality are Invited to call at my Factory,
a here they are made which are scend to none tn the
Pelted State. My Herse MHls will grind from six te ten
and eleven bushels geed meal pr hoar; and I can folly
substantiate th assertion. I guaranty satisfaction In
art eaees I refer te a few . f the merchants ef the city
wha have soM mny ef my MMe, aad caa testify of the
high character they bear. .
F. I jd Jr. Co. , Graham & HBI,
Jeaes Brown h Ou . J. C. GrlfSag ft Bro.,
E. M. A apart aa & Re., Straiten, McDavttt ft Oo.,
Satanic, M lichen ft Co.
Ail orders addreseed to me direct, or through mer-
caaats, .belt baeo preme atteattMi. Factory en Peptar
street, adjoiniag City MUla, Bear tbe river, Memphis,
Ten. WM. BADGER.
ReGned Sheet and Mi red Isinglass,
FOR BLANC MANGK, TABLE JELLIES, he A
prte arttckr for Oaatecnoaeri, Hotel, and Family
a- To be obtaiaea, with tlrectioB for asing. of the
pnadpal Greer aadDratxIMs tbrea-heut tbe United
states PKTER COOPER,
ee,aa-3 - York
K. J. B. L. WIM
HAS REMOVED HIS
Saddle and Harness Manufactory
To Xo. 23 1 Maln-at, opposite Sonars. Keeps constant
ly ea hand aad fer.sale
Coach, Semersett, Whips ef aH kinds,
Rteak, - Shatter, Blind Bridles,
3afgy, Ptala, RMlng Bridles,
Carryall, Syanlsb, Saddle Bags.
Waflaa and Side and Medical Bags,
Pavw Wagea TraveMng Bags,
HARNES.S. SADPLES. he, he, he.
Saddlery Hardware, Saddle Trees, Band, Sole, Upper,
Haraeaa, Skirting aad Bridle Leather ; Trace Gbataj,
Haae. 6 m Eaadt, he. raar23-diwly
r lir i iia i ajB,. iTOi.ni (nr ff luooeir
DaC?T 'P5 Sisl FRENCn BOURDOIR PIANOS,
Q'J Cl 1 ltnei celebrated llano Factory f
u u "Bbabd, " at Paris and Lnnden, and of
fer them for sale. I keep those splendid little ORGANS,
called Srraphine, with from ten to thirteen steps, and all
the latent improv bvbU. These are known te be the best
InatrameaU for Churches, lodges and School Rooms. All
laetramet t sold bv me a.e warranted for rive years.
J-Tnntag and Repairing ot PRaes, VMIbs. Organs,
Meiedeees, etc., etc, dene ins wwkmaaHke manner al'
53" I d net pretend to give lessons oa any number and
vartnty ef Instrnments.
HENRY G HOI.LENBBRG,
Jn3-tf 144 Main street. '
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARILLA. -
AWARDLD 2tT OCTOBER
Ax the bat end only genuine compound of oof
twm rresciMca 10 lae pUOltC.
LOuTSYIXLE ANHTJAL EXHIB1TI0S
THIS wonderful preparation, so Justly apprects ted by
the American people, haa now become the standard)
remedy et the age. The afiteted bear wilmnnr etta
marveteus properties, and the unhappy, paln-wtn- and!
exhausted sarerers rejoice there Is help, when lf eave
rauea. uat or tae naaareos of cases scatterrc iver
Mlulsslppt, AUbema, Wi.nln, Mtsoarl, IsdLr and',.
Eeetocky, It baa sever ln a staele tnstasce been eWw!)
tefall, and wffl eare, beyoad all deaei: ' '
nJa ar Etat'i EvB, Af
f eetla ef the Roues. SypbMts.
Debility, Habit aal Costlveneeg, Erysipe
last Patmenary Dtaeas.. Liver C6cinUl
Plats, tVasale IrrwataritzM. Phtala Skin Dlse.a
Diseased EMaya, aad aa a gzeat and pew
erf al Tenfe. parifytcg the Stood,
and InvigeratlBg the
eat are System.
This medicine, t bonsai turaand at ereat omiml i
aevenheless within tae reach of poor as wen aa rlffc.aa4
looked npon by the conmaattv as tke neatest Blaaslna
evereenierrel -b mankind.
Dr. T. A. HVRLET'S Maaafactory, corner f ath
and Greene streets Louisville, Ey., where al sders
mast be addressed.
For sale by R . F. FARNS ORTH tm. and OH AS,
DLBR & CO.. MeatBhU. Teaaescee. and Drarteta
tbroaghoat th Uarted States aad Canadaa.
a-rtee t per bettie, or six for tt. sepSl-aswiy
Purxiy your Blood!
TnE CONCKNTRATED FLUID EXTRACT Or iKL
LOW DOCK is the sovereigB renoedv fer aH Mercn-
rtal ABVctlotM, Scrorala, Swerrsag of the Joints- Rnen-
Bsattsm, he. As a Liver Medicine K has bo eeaai Us
alterative effect OB the svfttem. ai iiUIIUii ta Iss beiar a
Pparely VecetaMe prrparatwB, adapts It U. alette aoj
uaroaic Anedwr woe re aa alto-rat tre meateme k re
qabed. Fer Rratteas oa tbe Skta. OM Ulcers, DyMep-
sta, and Nerveae Headache, It has aa saeeessM -MBt-
petltor amoatf the aoetraBts of the day. Aia feviaU
Medtetne it triK be f ami invakiaMe
T3T Far sale oaiy by CHANDLER h. CO.,
seat iawly Druggists aad ApethearMe.
Odd Filows' Han Bleek, MempMa. ,
THE GREAT RUSSIAN REMEDY.
PBO BONO PUBLICO.
" Every mother snoald have a box tn the snse handy
Is ease of accidents to the chlMreB."
BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE.
IT is a Boston remedy of thirty y-ars' sUadtsg aad la
JL receatBwnded ay physicians It is a sate, an psdj
cane for Barne, Pile Bed. Coras. Felsai, ChHcxams and
Old Sore ot every kind ; for Fever Seres. DKet . Itch.
Scald Head. Nettle Rab. Boawn, Sore Niapie. 'reera
meaded by aures.) Whitlows Sties Feeters, Ffea at tea,
SaMerSuogs. Fioees Liatae. SsM Raeam, Sccrvi Son
aad Cracked Lrp. Sore Mee Warta aad Flesh W -ads,
it Is a meat valaable reatedy aad care, wMeh caa I tea
tiaed te by thoasaada who have ased It is the et:y e4
Bastea aad vtemtty fer the last thirty years. Is no case
win this Serve do aa tajary. er iaterf en with a parsi
etaa'a preicriptleBs. It ts zaade treat the pasest uiate
raale, treat a recipe breocht from Ruseta of arteries
grwwiac za that country and the proprietor haw rttert
fresB an elaeses, UeiKymtu payetclaBe, sea cantatas,
aarees. aad ethers who have rd it taeasseivts, and re
eemfaead tt te other. R.KIB1NG'S RUSSIA SAliVE Is
pat la large tta aaxee, stamped ea the cover wHh' ple
tarcof a bene aad a disabled rater, which picture s alsc
engraved oa the wrapper. Prtce.Xeeateabex -1 tr
WARD & JONBS, and aH draggatt.
i-noit f Proprtevrs.
A Perfumed "Breath.
WHAT lady or gentleman would remain ande-r ti arse
ef a dlvagreeabie breath when by aetag the -ALM
OF A THOCSAND FLOWERS " a a aeatriace areeld
Bet eaty reader It sweet, but leave the teeth ae r.fJse at
alaeaater Many persoa da not kaew thetr brrath la
bad, and the sahject is so deHcate their frliads wt,' never
meatiea it Pocr a stacir dref) of the " Bean " yertr
teeth-brash, and wash year teeth night aad morn eg A
fifty cent bottle wi.1 last a year.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION may be earlq v
t aired by using tae "Balm of a Taeasead Flewrn,. It
win remove tan, ptmple and freckles from the skin,
leavtag it ef a sort and reeate aae Wet a towe. poor
on twe or three drops, aad wash the face atght aad morn
ing. SHAVING MADE EAST Wet year ehavau. rasa
ia either warm or cold water pear ea two er three- np
ef "Bars of a 'rheateaad Flowers." rob tbe beats' w and
tt wal make a beaaMfol soft lather, stack fasala!tsg
the opera lien ef "having. Price eaty rttty Oesti Far
sate by FETRIDGS h CO., proprietors aad aH dragltU
S. MANSFIELD fc CO
WARD ft JONES,
ap23-dtwaweodtf H P FARNSWORTH a fO.
T03IBS, HEAD AXD FOOT ST0E8, c.
CONSTANTLT oa hand. Monuments et aft deecrlp
tleas, froze $108 to $1608 ef latest style and pat
terns. Tombs and Head and Poet Stones, farashed aa
aw as aay other eitabii.ament we de their work weS
aad sattsfi-tory. Te these needtag aBytbtae at the
Meaaiaeatal liar weald do wefl to call aad examtBe be
fore emdiag their order te 'he North. The BBdersegned
wm be fooad at tbe eld taad oa Adam street, between
Mala aad Proat Row. opaeelte the Wenbaai Hease,
ready to OB any orders, havtag the beet et Marble aad
WerkBaeB, no pains shall be spared te give satisfaction.
P. S. Mr. M L. Sort as bow ea a tear through
North MttIppt aad the adjacent ceaBtles or Tennessee,
serMttas order for Marble work, aadwW cxatraet fer
Marb'e at shop price, the obtect of his tear being efeiegy
te remove the impreetloa that orders ntaet be ant la the
North far ged work. The p"Wi bring- sattsSed that
it l tbe best policy to encoerage beeaedaterT. and If
good work aad reasonable prices wlff' kegpt bssicess at
heme, give yoar orders to Mr Snry. or cal eppealtetths
Worsham Hovie aeg2S-wtf J. W.
CURNER UFt'BICKASAW AND JACKS KN-CiTS.
Momph i tt , Tona.
DEALSR In Ale, Porter Cider aad Wines ef aM alsds,
raanafactared by tbe most celebrated estabnshrjeats
in the Uatted States. For ale. Whelesale or Retail.
From my long experience la the bastaess (twelve) rear ef
wbtch baa been in the city of Memphss) I tU te-r myeU
with the gaaranty I hav had from say old ens'omer
that my rxertloa save bees apprectaied by them, bid"
Jahr37.dwtf JACOB BKGIITLI.'
PRINTING PAPER AGENCY '
NASHVILLE PAPEE MILLS
OS COCRT-ST, BET. ITIOST ROW AST, MAIS.
WHERE an kind and sites t Printing Paper ca3 be
had at low pnee fer cah. .
Orders for aay anasaal size of paper w'H be dispatched
te NaahvlBe and filled promptly at miH prices, wtth the
addttieBof transportkm. W S. WH ITEM AN.
ap8-ly Ciiaj. Davis, Agent.
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS!
I WISH to bay 500,800 poaad ot rags aad wHI pay the
highest price in CASH for all th cut tee and Heen rags,
aad old rope and begging that Is delivered tame, and
earnestly solicit the saving of rags.
W. S. WHITE MAX
ag6-ly Ciiaj Davis. Agent.
MERCHANTS, PEDLARS AND
". T AREBTBRS ar solicited teeacaavtn buying Rags
jbYJ. throughout theivuntry. and 'hose wbo engage at it
win Increase iaeirbasines, and I will bnv all they bring.
W S WHTTEMAN.
tp6-ly Chas Davis. Agent.
C K H0LST &
Maln-sL, Old Stand, First Doer below .llon.se,
(The oldat permanent land in fir cifai.
HAVE constantly on hand an eiars ot Patent M tall
Burial Cases which they Mm aad pat oi llr Nht,
in the best manner Ab-o. aU kind, of Wooil as eth
Covered Coffin whlc- they sell at a fair price
Orders fiMm th-- rout try prosaptly atteasM to , or
nltare made and repaired, aad UaaolsteriBg daae
FROM and alter tbc Srtt nt Jaaaary 1667, the nader
tgnedeaers)it services to the Mercaaat. Meehan-,
ics and Profretlenal Men of Memskti, as a CMtecter of
Notes aad A ceaet.
Ail Papers placed la my hand wt I be maaiid by re
ceipt and endorsement
ArrangeoMBU made with brstaese heat is hy the year;
or for a stpaiated per o nt.
Letters addressed te me threeeh th Poet Orae, erteft
at y effic . Northwest Cera, r of Mate aad Adam ttreets.
op stairs will leceirr pretapt atteattaei.
decll-3a J. MARSH LL W4JO0WARD.
Advance on Cotton in Traustita "
THE naderssgaed will make liberal cash advances on
Cotton shipped beace t Lrvrvpoal vte New-QtteaBs,
ceaiSBTBed to Mews. BRRWER & CtLDWRLIk New
l ork, tor sale there la tran.ita For further imVrmatlea
apply to WM H nBLL,
nv27-tf K. tVFreat Row.
M.INGE PIJES !
FRESH and bet MINCE PIES are to br had every day
a' SlDCOilT'ci , on Mailt-on .trret, and
families sen.-d egaurly, on the thertisat notice, with a
53- Parties famished with Cakes, renfeetless. Wises,
he , on the shortest notice, aad la aPBCHT'S steal goa
style. Give hira. & call. aav27-dtf
To the Patrons of the Commercial Hotel
FUELING wry grateful t a liberal asd gareM pab
lic for their support in whatever b-a.ieb.es ef busi
ness I have been engaged here. I desire ta render my a,
knawtedgments moro ii-penally for their sepport ef I Ms
establishment aad for the qnkt and good order my-gaests
nave enabled me te preserve la it
The license for r. tailing spirtraoas Heiaers at ihe bar
having expired, it wm. la deference te the law, be dosed
from and after this day. D COCERELL,
JaeU-tf Proprietor Cemmercial Hotel.
I THIS day hMt in M raphls, aad aa I believe, tn Waab.
ingtea street, a small raenwrauf!s-b.k, aad $ltof
Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip.
No. 1043 for - ....$ 48
No. 044 for - HefMaj
toned in September, JS56, and payable at Plae Pi an.
This is tenetltrthe Under who the owner H.aaii ta otra
all persons notice not te pa rebate th stater A, MirrcT
compensation win be gives by me lathe oeaVr aa 4mncr
po-" THOMAS JA MR
For Sale Low to the Trade,
360 pieees best Power aad 1
I astat laMea Beaglag,
j?0Oc Hs MatWe Rhmi
100 fMiHuIti Tm.-iAt
DOwOTIKRTT .V ATDLRTT,
23 Front Row.