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yirfiwiuai-- 1 1 ii ani i a1' 'i in lam ih
EffifiPOiaW two acres, witn
-ifar Ta,! f inJMs'.'tWO miles east 01
For further pErUcolirs, apply "at "the
Ar-EAL Oalce. tebi.
TOR SALE Olt.RENT. -
AS OKlMH FRAMED COTTAGBepntatnlng
,'aor roosi, with Let 75 ictt t y 160, wun gooa
cutern,faaitbe Souts sue or Aisoant
slrrot near H te-Uon with Pop) sr.
r. W HltMir.n rent moderate. FosBCulon can
b iKatAaee. Jiaoatreef
A. J. MONTGOMERT,
ajajfe-dtn Ke.JJ Ms'l'son street
-Choice Country Lots.
fflS I HAVE !wr cfcoice lata one and a half mile
tjb tows the dKr, an the Pigeon Beast Plank Re,
rafeaad oa the Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
. Ti property bae.eaperir anywhere, and Is
otn-red at aoe-Brth cash a-d taiaaee at one, two and
t. tee yars. A. H4DOUGLASS.
A Great Bargain in Sesl Estate.
FOR SALE, FOR CASJK.
A H3USE H&4XOT on Adam treet. In tbe
' ettv or Mempart. This Is part at LotpTo. 477,
eataeSsath rtdeof Adams street, and adoln
.ta let una which tbe WbileHiore lieaseu , trjs
lot heato fifty ffrt en Adams street ana runs mck ih
fret, six inches t an alley. Tte House contains lonr
It rge re-sort, a ban and during room, two goed al'cheas, a
TtH cistern, a stsbie, -wood and col hoase. Tbl 1
a etrbe rrHdrnce let fer aay one wltathg t purchase,
. j nan t ay imr far cash. It is the present rcaides.ee
erf Mr. Baxt'tt, and leesskm win be plTen as (ooe as the
vimrr is paM. Ta- flue is good, bat the purchaser will
if atone sataefy htmeoir. Apply to wji. 3.
JJ.1T.at SE JI. TATE.
OK Laaderdate aire t.-eEtslee the corporation.
' XIN'E ACKKS OK LAND, which has been oc-
eswiotfor wars by a Gardener. On tit prem
. Jp ii a 5M1I dirrtlin;, ceatatelnc feor Taenis
&ad baeeaent. There is a reed cistern star the uanse,
There U alsa a goad orchard, aa a fine grape arbor. Ap-
lly Haw edUtely to
jaaM-tf JOmf OAKKOTAy.
I DKSIRE to rent oat tar the esselng year a
ta!I farm at eichty acres, lytas two mile I rem
!! RMit Saaare. Tki nlaee bas aboat slxtr acres
.dearad. and the balance ia timber, a comfort! -
4e resWeBee wttb fire rooms, kitchen, B'sra honsts, andj
bllBCvWIIJRnji , m, UCW-I Jta mot ui
chard, at eery Tariety at fmts. Par further parties
acs aatoly ao
iCtt-U H. TPLLISTiyB.
A RARE CHASTE.
rr OFPB& for Mh. anraTrable terms and at a low srioe,
J rmr PLANTATION of -699 acre of the best anaiity of
'- tM.at laiw! all crratlr above arer&ow. 10
Miles weat at JleataM. an the pUnfc read; 100 acre of
doited Lmt and a new doable-frame Haase with ecil-
naVaftaes. Apaiy at the ntace to
rKTKB LBOKARD, or to
Hfff-K DAXIBL HPGHE3, Memphis.
I OFFER far sale fire hand red and twerty
acta t Land, fost teon miles yartbeast of Som
s errWe, on ike Jackson paad, known as the termer
. residence ot Stephen. Jarman. The place is well
lnsiawd, has a awed turned dweillfichanse and excellent
at basses, gia-haasc, with fU SBd thresher, lc-.lflf.
iu-.. There is en the presnksan exUnsire erehard, with
nil kinds ot frnits er w in the country. There are twe
hundred and nfty acre of land ia eoltiratien, and the
rnaaraaacparUan -well timbered. Apntr t the under
MSnedroa the place. K. F. JARM0.V,
jHacc ime urore, ienn.
TBK sabxriher oQers or sale the tract of land
aan which he now re kin. in Barwood county.
aTennesMw, thronsh which the Memphis and Ohio
Htead pasees. sale tract contains anoat roar
acre. Tha improTements consist of a fine
llama dweWas;. with ten rooms, negro qaarters, gin
Bonse. tubita. a line steam and grist mlU, good orchards,
avnd all the necessary improTeaents fera large arm, or
can be ceaTesieatly diridrd into seTeral small ones. Far
Jn-alth and fertflity of soil this place is aasarpassed by
fnr isi thensaotsy. For farther partieaiars apply to the
aaescrfter o3 1 premisea.
fci-iicir Tnos. sitapard
A. Rarsaiu to lie liad iu Lands.
T WII I. seal the tractor Land on which I lire, ia Tip-
J pah caanty, Hit., six miles west of Kipiey, on
Tippah river, (er creek.) containing Eight nnadred Acres,
haadrac! at the Tery beet crerk bottom and the bal
iioc iffxmA bottantaad aplaad. There are aboat one hnn-
deed acres cleared, and in a fine state of cn titration.
The intpraresnenta are god ind new, coe'isting or a
JKnOlac hoase, and all necessary oat beates. The above
tract at land. I am na hesitancy in saying, if one of the
beet in yrth Miattesippi for ralisc Cotton, Corn or
Stack. a the ranae k ane both winter and Snaune:
Tor aartwatars aboat the place, I refer te Davidson, Kilts
& Hair, Mesoabis; Jofea vr. Thompon,utpiey,MMS.; w.
C yrtcmtf, Hally Snrta;s, er to myseU on the premises.
oetK-wtf 1 J PKG0I3.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
THE pteee lonaeiy occupied by Dr. J. H. Free-
! man. and more recently by Ka P. One, coo-
lliif txinitv? ahont 338 acres. Bitnated aboat one mile
.wester the Hernando OncrtHonse. and a mile
nn-t a quarter from the Depot of the Missis sippi and Ten
litis is a highly desirable location well improved,
with good hosues, cabins, stable, cribs, eettoa gin, gin
Im'OM, and eTery other caaveaienoe seceasary.
At place wm be sotd law for cash, r short payments,
ea arieaMeB toR.K Oasr:, Memphis, or IV. P. Oust,
at Lake Cormorant, Mies.
1 r net dispe-ed at before, H will be offered at pnhlic
notery, at the Coart Hoase door, in the town of Heraan
16. on MOKDAT, 29th December next. BoTlI-dawtf
t3 Hernando Pre copy.
JDtmiber ? JLum&er I
I BATS the larcrst assortment of Lumber on hand 1
have ercreSKred, eonsistingin part of Seasoned Cy
vnceesal Peaaar, H, 1, 1 S and 2 Inches wide and clear
fUa eaS a4 Si MS; Jatee 2xS, 2x6, 2x10 and 2x12 ; Scant
IwgSaf.SB. 2xS, 3x, 4x4, asd4x; T7eaUieriardicz,
baweiiac. Shingles asul tValnnt Lumber en hand ; also a
hrce let ef dressed TeHow Pine Flooring and rongh Pop
lar Fleering, Red Oedar Pests ef all sizes.
Taed en Bettcre, Seats side ef Centre LandU:.
JsntS-dtwawly M.K. COCHRA1T.
Premium tl a V 1 c v y I
HATING Jast reiarned from a bneiaess tonr Korth.
with aB the ta-ilittes for taking nne, darable
Dagttorreotypes, Ambrotypes, &c.f
I am new ready In person te serve my friend and the
public awerally in my line, on the most reasonable terms.
I have no new tangled priests and cisp-trap proeaee
V ctTer the pabbc. My ertaMtshmeut ha-to stand a
fall amid an the blaaenry ef it neighbors, npoo its ews
ROOMS TO LET.
C. X. SATTRRFIKU), corner of Madison and
" ifund tTeU, can acsosuBodate snreral families.
a! Pay gearaers. ;an3i-q-im
Jflem&Iits Founder if
Adems Street, Memphis, Tenn.,
TS aow prepared to do all kinds of Machine Work; also,
Saeanebeat work ef every description. Steam Engines,
Saw MV of every deeeriptien. Cotton and Wool Ma
cbjaery, 8tr Gearing. Planing Machines. A!-o, Brass
Fuaaliiry. Cattiag and Fiaishing, Steam Gnage Cock and
Cutins f -very description, heary Wroccht Iron Forg
inx, Wraarht Iron Gratines for Jails, Bank Vaults, Cel
lar and Side-Walk Grates, Iron Fencha: el every descrip
tiaa mad te order. A1m, Hoase Front!, Window Caps
and Sin, ef Tart on- patterns. In a wotd, I am prepared
hi do every description of work in my line.
I bare new ia ahop the latest and most lmsrerrd pat-
Maaa et Steam Bagines. ISAAC PHELuy
a. MCKEKXA. Sapciateadent. fcblO-ly
Tucker's Patent Spring Bads
"V.T7E have et seeetved from the mansracturcrs fifty
YY at these aaeqaalled SPRING BEDS.
TM Spring Bed combine mere advantages than any
other heretofore orfd to the public. It is mere perta
bt', daiabfc aad cheaper, and requires less bedding than
any ether Satin; Bed ever of red Jor sale.
AasaUrtaMf atr deeriptien, of twn-tblrds tbensual
tai'kaees aad wefeM, laid apoa one ef these Spring Bot
tusae, will nuke a ntessanter laying bed than any amount
ef aeddtntr laid apon slats or sacking. This Bed is so
martinet id hat It can be takes apart and pat together
sa twa attaate. aad when peekd for traarpertation re
oarres twe third les room than th zaot l-ortabie Spiral
Spring Bed aver offered far sale.
As all parts et this Bed caa be seen at a glance, it af
fords a Malar piaee tor bags.
This Bed Is capable at being stiffened, in case they re
quire tt, far the coavtnieace er saasaally heavy persons
AU at the ahere Spriac Bed seM by a are warranted
te V a represented. If they sheaM prove otherwise.
ine msasy wra e retaaaea. jicumiki & CO.,
IPS Main street, eppasite Wersham Hens,
GEO. FLAHERTY & BKO,3
HATE reeeived, per steamer Memphis.
sneh extensive additions to their formr
stock of Piano. Meiodeo s, fine and com
mon Farnttare, ef every style aad variety.
as Bsest folly jtfittfy us in assuring the merchants el oar
Mty that their orders la tavor of their planting mends
ia sajeooantry, caa beatteaded to il a manner to insure
enure rausfacuon. ueu. rutuati aano.,
nsarl Corner Main and Union streets, Memphis.
I HAVE jast received some ef these eje-
Igant FRENCH BOURDOIE PIANOS,
I from the celebrated Plane Factory of
' Eeaid, " at Paris and London, and or
fer meat far tale. I keep those splendid little ORGAN'S.
called Sersphine, with from teti to thirteen stops, and all
the latest msprevmrat. These are known (o be the best
laetrameeU fer Churches, Lodges and Kebeol Rooms. JJi
letraaat sold by me a.e warranted for fiv years.
st3TaningaBdReBairineof Planvs. Tleitss. Organs.
Meteasens, etc., etc., dene inn wirkmanttk manner at
3" I de net psettad te give lessen oa any Dumber and
HENET G. HOLLENBERG,
laas-tr u Main street
1 H 0 0 GALLPN3 Pure Liasetd OH, in store and
to arrive, lor aaie by
WARD Sl JONES,
229 Main street.
Pure White Lead.
UiUUU 5699 " " Snow White Zinc,
Far , whale! lie and reUU, by
marle-dawtw WARD h. JONES, Dra'gxists.
TWO SEATS also two Dray Licenses,which have eight
aad nine month to ran. Appyto
febi-tr cwryyE & GiBsoy.
Extension Dining Tallies.
MAHOGANY, Oak and Walnut Extension Tables,
HfrteatoiearUeafeetleng,Just received and lor
18 KcCiyyKT & 00.
MINCE PIES !
IT1RESH and hot MINCE PIES are U be had every day
at Spoollt'S. on Madison street, and
families enml regularly, an the shortest notice, with a
X3T Parttec ftanlthed with Cake, Confections, Wine?,
&c, an tht sbertcat bailee, and In UPEOIirS usual good
atyie.' Give hla i call. nor27-itf
' -.. - viW"" 1 ""' . ,., - -' ""' 'i.mU' " ' .- jiSt5ri. , - - 'linn j -at,- - -. -"y-? " . i fSflMf lifSf8 "' aaalrmaaaaaaaaal
WnOIXf ALE AUD BETA1L BEALIllS 1
GENTLEMEX'S AjVD BOIS
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags,
213 MAIN STREET,
Union Block, Opposite Court Square.
. . . - - IV,
Otto terms aro cash, wcica cmmmui"
towStrices. Wo respectfnlly solicit a call from all
in want of Clothing. mar-a-qawt-y
g&ring ami Summer
3IAXOFACTOREIIS OF MENS'
A5D WnOLXSALE OCALXBJ IX
Staple and Domestio Dry " 'Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES AND PLASTERS' GOODS.
OUR facilities thi year being or such a aatnre we are
enabled teoftr oar Spring and So-nnter tock, which
I nans sally large, te the trad and citltens genei ally at
the Terylot rates. Country Merchants and KlTeJ
Traders in particular are earnestly requested to call and
examine our stock before purchasing eisewhere.
SIMON & 3EES3EL, U Front Row,
Comer JeSeraan-st., nnder Commercial Hotel,
HAYiyG removed to y'o. 6 Court street, between
Main street and Front Row, begs to return his
thank to his friends and the pobitc generally for their
liberal patronage for the last sir years, and hopes, by
strict attention to business to merit a continuance of the
"SaTlng engaged a yo. 1 Cntter, of long experience, he
is now prepared to make p hla good In first rate style,
and cheaper than any other house in Memphis, for cash.
He hays for cash and sells for cash. tetS7-3m
,187 1VT A.TTT ST.,
Under the '.rorsliam House.
THE subscriber begs leave I o announce to his custom
ers and the dtlrens et Memphis that he has return
ed from yew Tork with a full assortment of most splen.
did Goori, which he is prepared to mske up Tor cash on
shen notice. sepS-ly
HOME EVSURAXCE C03IPAXY,
OP IrrEMPHIS, TENN".
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL I GUARANTY CAPITAL
. $200,000. I $100,000.
CHARTERED by the Legislature of T.nnessee. Seslon
of 1S55-'S6, to make Fire, Life and Marine Insurance
and te cause themselves to be re-insured when deemed
esp-dient. In view ef which they have arranged with
the fallowing Companies, for re-lnsurante by means of
British Commercial Life, London Capital $3 000,000
Equitable Fire, " " 2,000,000
Int-rnational Life, " " 2,600.000
Knickerbocker Life, United States, " 200 K-0
Great W. stern Marine, " " 1,000.009
Howard Fire nd Marine, " " 600,000
Geasaiidated Fire " 300 OlO
Lombard, " " " " 300,000
At the annual election on Tuesday, the 10th Instant, the
following Directors and Committee were eHctnl for the
ensuing year :
JAMES B. THORNTON, 1 J. DUPREE,
GEO R. GRAUT, T1I0S. McAD.VM,
STEPHEN B. CURTIS, J H. MULFORD,
HENRY S. nXO, JOS. BARBIEEB, Jr,
S. B. CHRTIS, L. J. DUPREE. E. S. KJH3.
AffAra! Examiner OF O. R. GRAUT, 1 D.
Attorney i. B. THORNTON. Esq.
Jsiufedoy S. P. BANKnEAD. Esq.
And at a meeting of the new Directory ol WaJntfciiy,
the 11th tnst., the following oficers were t basal for Uw
JAMES B. THORNTON, Praident.
GEO R. GRAJfT, Tite Praident.
TOOS. McADAM. Secretary.
OFFICE yo. S, Madison street, comer Jrcct Ro-K".
OF STEAMBOATS, SteamUat Boilers, and Steamboit
Machinery, nnder the provisions of the Acts of Con
gress of 1E3S and lSt2. Office, 8 Madison street,
mart THOMAS McADAM, Inspector.
HIARDiE AKD FIRE INSURANCE
Of A'ashrille, Tenn.
CAPITAL, :::::: $150,000.
JOSEPH TAULX Prti't A. W. BUTLER, Eec'y.
JohnM Hill, Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson.
Jarae Correy, R. H. Gardner, F. A. Owen,
G. M. Fogg, Joseph Taulx, James Kills,
N. E. Alloway, W. S. Eat In.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freights tmdet
open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risks ol
Merchandise, by steamboats, railroads, ur land carriage;
also, hazards on rivers and laxesto or from any part of
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE oa buildings, dwelling or other
ksuses, goods in store, furniture, ate., in town or country.
a'Jegroes insnred against toe dangers or tne rivet.
J. G. LONSDALE, Agent,
Office Jefferson street, Memphis.
The Mutual Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW TORK.
THE rates adopted by this Company are based upan th
most correct observations. Policy holders get aH the gains
of the Company, as It is purely mutual, having no crefsr
red stocE er other capital to taze th first fruits of pt oSts
from the Insured.
Any person wishing insurance on Ms or her life win re-
c4ve all lnlormatiuc, logemcr wiu me reqasue loimi tt
application, by calling en J. G. LONSDALE,
Agent jmraa! ui luaurance company.
Oft 1 1-1 V , Omca Jefferaon street, Memphis.
In riianccrv at Memphis.
STATE OF TENNESSEE. Proceeding held in the
Chrk's office, Ohsnoery SW or the Common Live and
Chancery Cuart of ths City of Memphis, Monday, Marvh
Marlby Praidi Owen, James O A. Owen, aad Sarah
AMce Owen, Complainants,
Vincent Bangui, Fanny Baagus, John Moore and others.
It appearing from amdavlt filed in this cause that the
Defendants, John Moore George If our. Richaid Moore,
Marthy Meore, Loni.a Moare, Franklin Baagas, Bryant A.
Baagas, Pwlly yell aad her hatband, Nail, are non
residents of the State of Tennessee: It is ordered that
bey do enter their appearance herein before or within
the first three days of the next term of said Coart, to bj
hsld oa the fourth Mwday in May nex, (1SS7.) and plead,
answer or demur te Cfrrapialpant' BUI, or the same will
be taken for contested as te them, and set rot hearts g re
parte ami that a copy ol this eider be pub'isbed once a
week for roar saccessive weeks in the Memphis Jpjttel.
A copy attest: JOHN C LANIER,
Clerk and Master
John Hallt-m, Solicitor for Cosipl'ts.
In Chancery at Memphis.
STATE OF TENNESSEE. At Rnles held In the Clerk's
once. Chancer! side ot the Common Law anl Chan
cery Court of the City of Memphis, Mnday, March 2d,
John L. Safiarrans and Isaac SaSarans B , firmer J. L.
Saaarrans & Co., Complainants,
Th President, Directors be. Company of the Botanlco
Medical College and ethers, Defendants. -
U appearing from affidavit filed in this cause that the
Defendants, Alexander Miller and A. P. Sheldon, are
non-residents ol the State of Tennessee : It is ordered
that they do enter their appearance herein before er
within the first three days of the next term or said
Court, to be held on the fourth Monday In May next,
(1S67,) and plead aniwer er demur te Complainant's bill,
or the same will he taken for confessed, and set for hear
ing er-parte, and that a copy of this order ls published
once a week fer four saccessive weeks in the Memphis Ap
Acepy attest: juilh v. xLair.jt,
Clerk and Matter.
Jas. B Thornton, Solicitor far Coupt'ts.
THE underlined are now opening at their yEW
KO. 37 FRONT ROW,
a general and well selected assortment ef
Fresh Drugs and medicines,
Chemicals Paints, Oris, Dyestnfls, Patent Medicines.
Glassware and Perfumery, warranted to be fresh and
Z nclne, direct f ram yw Terk, which are offered on ac
commodating ttnn. Call and Judge for yourselves, er
send in your .orders, which will be promptly attended to,
particularly those from a distance, aad the goods sent
forward without delay. The patronage ot oar f rlende
and the public Is respectfully solicited to our new el -'abtishment,
as we feel assured we can render satisfac
tion to all who may favor us with their custom.
Petfrtptlon pat up carefully at all boor.
C. K H0LST & SON,
Main-it., Old Stand, First Door below Alonrce,
( The oldest permanent tland in the Citg,)
HAVE constantly OS band all sties or raieni Metail
Burial Cases, which they line and put up alr-lnht,
in the heat manner Also, all kinds of Wood aui1 vth
Covered Coffins, which tbey sell at a fair price.
Orders from the courtry promptly attended to. Fur
niture made and repaired, and Upholstering done.
C. C. MA YD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
WHERE can be round all description of Grave Work,
which will be furnished as cheap as It can be cot
In any market WeU Also, Building Woik done at short
It Is to the Interest ot all persons wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead of purchas
ing rrom Agents, as the Mtnufaclors have to add the C
twenty per cent, thai is paid Agents to the work sold bv K
luruz. ovuiuctucttiwk tvjuur lubcreai.
aea-aawem u. u. tLAXUViBLU,
SWAN & GO.'S LOTTERIES.-;
Capital Prize $50,000.
"NTHNG to the steataTor with which ourSinjl Krm-
I I . .ituu. n.u Kun .wul.aJ tSar 1 1. ttlMl ff. anil
M IKTAjwllCIICS UalC swwU 1 - r
. .1.-... nuv.. V il.natflv-M 9, WkW An
IQtJ JeVraiC WT.iAaA.tU 1U1 llvttMttUV uowi
CO., win have a drawing each Siturday throughout the
year, xoennowinK ocncnrc niu m utu "
their Lotlerte lor aiarcn, isa..
To be drawn In the City ot Atlanta, Georgia, In puttie,
on SATURDAY, Jltrcn loai.
To be drawn In the city ot Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SATURDAY, March Wlh, 1S57.
To be drawn in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, cn
SATJRDAT, March sist, !So7.
To be drawn in the city I Atlanta, Georgia, in poblle, on
SATURDAY, March 23th, lW7,.cn the plan or
3.2GO 3rjcia503 ! !
iloro than One Prize to Every Ten
THIRTV THOUSAM) TICKETS J
lPrlte tt $60,tx I. $50,000
1 20,000 is 20 000
1 10 000 is 10,000
i " 9,oco i r.ooo
1 " 8 0 0 is 8 000
1 7,000 1 7.C0O
1 " 6 000 is 6.000
1 5,000 Is 6 000
1 " t 000 is 4 000
1 " 3,000 Is 3,000
2 0LO U.. ......... t. 2.000
I,00 1 1,000
103 are.-. 10.003
60 are 6,000
4 Frixes of $250 Aprox'ting to $60,000 Prixe are$1000
t ". 200 " 20,000 800
100 " 10 000 "400
4 ' 80 " 9,030 " 320
a tt 65 " 8 000 " 260
a if .60 7.0fl " 210
a a - 65 ' 6.000 " 220
4, u 60 " 5,000 " 200
4, it 45 ' " 4 000 " ISO
4 a 40 ' 3,000 " 160
a it 3i " 2 000 " 120
4 a 25 a 1,003 " 100
3.000 " 20 are ,ett
3,260 prises amounting to $201,000
Whole Tickets, 810; Halves, 85 00;
PLAY OF THE LOTTERY.
The Numbers rrom 1 to 30.000, corresponding with those
y ambers on th! Tickets printed cn separate slips of pa
per are encircled with small tin tubes and placed In one
Tbe first 212 Prix's, similarly printed and encircled, are
nUmi in another wheel.
The wheel are then revolved, and a number is drawn
rrom the wheel or numbers, and at the same time a Prize
is drawn fr.m the other wheel. The Number and Prixe
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registredby the Commissioners; tbe Pi lie being placed
agsinst the Number drawn This operation Is repeated
until all tbe l'rites art drawn out.
ArrnoxuiATios Prizes. The two preceding and the
two succeeding Numbers to those drawing tbe first 12
Prixe will be ehtltled t ths 43 Approximation Pi lies, ac
cording to tbe scheme.
S3" The 3.000 Prises or $20 will be determined by the
last Qgure ol ine numor uu urawa tnr (w,wu xiuc.
For example, IT the yumbers drawing $60,800 Prize ends
with yo. lf then all the Tickets where the number ends
in 1 will be entitled to 20. If the Number ends with
No. 2, then all the Ticket where the number ends in 2
will be entitled to jw, ana so on to u.
Certificate of Packages will be sold at the following
rates, which is the risk :
Certificate ot Package or 10 Whole Tickets $S0 00
it it 10 Half " 40 00
tt it jo Quarter " 20 00
In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the money
to our addres- for th Tickets orderea.on receiptor wntcn
they will be forwarded by first mall. Purchasers can
have Tickets endiac In any figure they may designate.
The list ot drawn numbers and prizes will be foiward
ed to purchasers Immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and
give their Poet Office, County and State.
J3-Remember that every Prize is drawn and payable
In rnll without deduction.
53" All Prizes ol $1,000 and under, paid immediately
after the drawing other Prizes at tbe usual time ol
8"5" All communications strictly confidential.
X3T Prize Tickets cashed or renewed In other Tl-kets
at either office.
Address orders lor Tickets or Certificates or Packages or
Ticket either to
S. SWAN &. CO., Atlanta, Ga., or
fe125 S. SWAy. Montgomery. Ala.
Premium Cotton Gins.
mm? attention of Cotton Planters Is respectfully called
JL to the above superior Gins, manuractured by E. Car
ver t Co., East Bridgewater, Mass. Under a recent Im
provement, the Carver Gins are regarded as the best cow
In reneral nse: their sunerioritv needs nocommenls Iron
us, as thousands are now In successlul operation In the
We have on hand fifty Gins, embracing all the different
sizes and nnrabers ol saws.
Also 10 and 12 feet segment bolts, washers, &c., com
plete, all ol which we offer to oar trlends upon tbe usual
. i nu'twg a- nrntnv
yo. 1 and 2 Exchange Building.
Memphis, Sept. 23. ISM tr
WHITLEY'S PATENT PORTA
CLARK fc AYEKY,
St. Louis, Mo.
AGENT AT 3IEMPHIS, TENIff.,
HAViyG taken the Agency for the sile of the above
Circular Saw Mills, I am prepared to fill all orders
rer Mills, with or without the power t drive them on
the shortest notice.
Pf mens wulilng to purchase Mills, and also dosiroui that
they ihonH be set up acd put into operation, can b; ac
commodated. We do not wish to praise our own work, all we ask or
persons wishing to purchase Mills is to examine our
wsrk before buying elsewhere, as we think they will give
ns the preference alter such examination. We are sat.
Isflcd our Mill will saw more lumber, and in better style
in the same number ot hours than any other sawjim
Persons wishing to purchase Mills will please address
me at Memphis, Tenn. u. hzum.au .
Black Smith and Sheet Iron Worker,
Comer of Front Row and Winchetter-it.,
ji .si-k SECOND-HAND Boilers bought, sold
and exchanged for new one. Sheet Iron
work done of every description, such as
Chimneys. Brichen. Fire Beds, Escape
Pipes, Condensers, Foiges.Metallc Life-Boats, andSteam
boat Work in general. Also, Bank Safes, Flrcprocf Shuts,
Gasometers, Citterns, &c.
y. B- Boilers repaired at the shortest notice, and en
the noti reasonable terms. nnvlt-dawly
I HAVE three HOUSES and LOTS to rent for
the present year, sltuaW In the yortheastern
'I n.rtnf thedtr. -n what is known as Winches
ter Avenue. It being tne property upon wmcni
now live. For a more particn'ar description, and for
closing the contract or rent, call on Major William Hur
on, at the Gaa Office. BOB PRICE.
LOOK HEBE, EVERYBODY!
The Madison Street Sash, Door & Blind
TnE nnlerslgned has taken the stand recently occu
pied by Moore S. Halstrad, over the Planing Mill of
Whipple, McCullagh Ic Co.. and is prrpared to fill all or
der fur Sah, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings Base
Mouldings, &e. All orders from the country attended to
with piomptneis axd dlpatch.
Jan23-w6m R. VIRGESON.
ALL persona indebted to thetstateor D. B Jpbnson,
dee'd, are requested to come forward immediately
and make paytrent; and those having claims against
said otate are hereby notified to present them within the
time prcteribed by law, ana as ine law uin-cis.
W. A. TURNER, Esq., will represent us at LaGrange
JAS. M. WHITE,
- W. B. WALDRANV
Administrators or D. B. Johnson, dee'd.
Memphis, February I0th.-1857 w2m
In Chancery at Jackson, Tenn.
William E. Butler )
Jane Taylor and others. J .
IN pursuance to an order of sale nHde In the above
cause, at the February Term, I shall, on THURSDAY,
lb23 ot April next, offer ror sale in the city ot Mem
phis, berore theeffle or J. 0. Lanier, Clerk and Mastr,a
Lot or Ground, situated in the Boiler Dlrlriun of the
City of Memphis, In Bloct yo. 2, as designated cn his
p'an. Front 60 feet on Tenneasee street; and reasiack
150 leet, mor or Jess, to an alley, and the same sold by
Butler to Themas Taylor, cc?ased. On said Lot Is a good
TEnatJ or Sale $1430 due January .1st, 165,and
balance due January 1st, 1859. Bond and good security
reaulfd. and a Hen retained. Said Lot fcold without re
demption. TnOS. CLARE. Clerk and Master.
Jackson, March 6. 1S57 marl0-w3t
Carpets V Curtains
TUST re eived, a large assortment of elegant Velvet,
.1 Brasses, Tapestry, Three Ply, Superior and Common
Cg,' CnrU1'C)reltgn. M-. GR03VENOR.
The Best in the World
CAy dc done"by those who wish to purchase
I1" in tbe snbuibs. On some of ths laltereanbe
"IJ h.. . iMMmrr. readv for occupation.
'Terms liberal, and Ulle tood. Apply to
ectl7.tf CHARLES D, JfcLSAM.
OK the 1st June, 1B66. theffrm heretofore existing be
tween F. H. CLARE and A. fl
solved by mutual onsent. P. n. Clark Is charged with
the settlement .of th; business or the late firm ef P. H.
Clark; Co. . P. n. fii.inr.
A. C. WURZBACH.
uo Buwtii MKiim tnemst It is tocether
under the firm of F. H. CLARE & CO.
. U. CLARK,
JAS. S. W1LTINS,
OUR NEW FIRM.
It affords me pleasure to announce to rov friends and
the public that I hwe associated with mo my former
partner, JAa. o. w ana -my well-known assis
tant, T1I0S. HILL, under tha familiar style of F. H.
CLAHE k. CO.
The sew firm will start with an efficient force. In each
mechanical branch, the Watch dcpartmentbelng nnderthe
supervision or Mr. WUklns.
Mo kfui! at all times of the latest fashions, and crice
at los. ss the same quality and style of goods can be pur-
cnaseain muaarrpnii trntii tors.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me
during my fifteen years' residence In Memphis, a&J my
aizi wui no to mem its wuuuuance.
F. H. CLABX.
UR aim has bc n to keep pace with our growing city.
V 7 and furnish those who want Goods la our line with
gond articles, and at fair prices. Our assortment, for
years, has been but little ir any Denina our Eastern
cities. It is more extensive this season than ever. Our
leading branches are, first
Of whl 'Ji wb have every variety in general use.
tocether with a large assortment made to our
order, which for neatness of style and time-keep-
'ing, are surpass eu ty none, in our assortment
will be found the Elgnt Day Walcn and the Repealln;
Chronometer, giving the time to a minute In tbe dark.
Our assortment in this Important branch Is kept full
hy frequent receipts of all tbe Sew styles, whether or
foreign or domestic production.
W have made this branch ol our business a study for
years, not only posting ourselves with regard to the dif
ferent qualities and merits of th different styl.s and ma
kers, but ot the kinds best suitable to our market Our
assortment, ror a number or years, has been large, to
which we have recently made many additions of onr own
importation. We can furnish our customers with SHOT
GUNS rrom $5 to $200; kiflks -frem $10 to 1IW
Also, the celebrated SHARPE'S RIFLE.
DER3INGER and COLT, of all sixes. Also, a full as
sortment of the kinds in general us.
Tea and Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Cups, Castors,
Spoons, Foiks, Ladles, wita many choice Fancy Articles,
all coin nne.
SILYER PLATED GOODS.
Urns. Castors, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg'
nes. Cake and Fruit Baskets, Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Fitch-
era, Gobleu, Cups, wallers, ac.. r.
A lull assortment of Pocket and Table, trom the best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OUR IxIECHAUlCAI. BHANCH.
All kinds of Watch Work dne In th must faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
Plain and Oramental ; Seals for Lodgts, Courts, &te.,
in any style tStencel Plates of all sizes.
Prof Eemington, Artist,
Embraces a suit ot rooms built expressly for tbe purpose,
and we are prepared to furnish our customers with first
class pictures in all the various styles.
In building expressly for our business, we have com
blued every convenience fr the different branches, and
gieatly re-uced our expenses, which, with our facilities
and theextentUn ot our business, enables us to sell goods
and do workon the most reasonable terms. Gouda cheer
fully shown and fairly reprr sented, and we Invite all.
both buyers and the curious, to drop In without ceremony
and examine our sioc we seep open nouse ror an.
octlS-dawly P. H. CLARE CO
rp qE latest and by fir the most Important Improve-
i meat ia rootograpay ii ine rctxuuy paicuiou pic
ture known as the SPIIEREOTTPE, which is not only
new and unl.ee any or It predecessors, but greatly su
perior te all. Tbe Sphercotype Is proof against time.
aib, and water, and ror richness or tone, warmth ot
expression and distinctness bss to equal in tact the II
luslon is such that the picture, or Image, seems snspeid
ed In air, entirely independent or the back ground
For this picture we have the exclusive right ror Mem
phis. Specimens can be seen in our Gallery, where pic
tures are also taken in tne various style, by our Artist,
who comblms the Chemist with the Artist, which ena
bles blm at all times te produce superior Pictures-
F. U. CLARK h. CO ,
dec2-tf yo. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONERY'.
Wholesale anil lctail
No. 67 Front How.
THANKFUL to his friends and the public
'for tbe very liberal patr&nage extended to
, him lor the last eight years, M. LOUIS MON
TEDONICO begs lrave to 'nform the citizens
ot Memphis and vicinity that be will constantly keep on
hand a large assortment ol the best Imported Wines
Claret, Fort, Madeira, White, Ac.; also, Scotch Ale and
M. L. Moxtedoxico always keeps on hand a great
variety or Fancy Candles and Toys, an assortment or stick
Candy, Prunes In jars and boxes. Raisins, Grapes, every
kind ot Frnits and Nnts, Pickles, Lobsters, Sardines,
Olives, Prench and English Mustard, Sogsr in loar and
boxes, Caracas, Maraschino, Ok! Wines. Ginger, Pre
serves, Savannah, yew York and Boston Preserves, Cat
sup, Pepper Sauce, Chocolate, Cordials, Syrups. Macca
ronl. Vermicelli, the best Havana Cigars, and a great
many o' her articles, too numerous to mention, now offered
lor saw very low, ettner by wnoK sale or retail.
naving. at mnch expense, secured, the services or two
of tbe most experienced workmen ever In this city, be
natters mmseti mat ne cannot be surpatsej in arranging
and decorating tablea tor Parties. Weddings, &s , with
nonor to ntmsiii ana satisfaction to nis customers.
Mnnufactnrer and Wholesale Denier In
Plain and Fancy
CANDIES, CAKES, &C.
No. W20 Main-st, Odd Fellows'
Hall, Memphis, Tenn.,
KEEPS constantly on hand u large assortment of Green
and Dry Frnits, Fruits ia their own Juice. Jellies.
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, ricxies, ooraiais, syrups, nne wines, jsranaies, all
kinds ot ynts, kc
In connection with this establishment I have fitted up
in superior style an
Ice Cream Saloon.
expressly for the Ladies. A's Gent-eaeu . oa,eon,
where Ice cream is served trom 9 A. M. till is p. M.
B. riIELO.1 WM. rARBIS.
PHELOS & FAURIS, Proprietors,
NEAR THE DEPOT OF THE
Mississippi &, Tennessee Railroad
TtrAyUFACTURERSof Wa?cns, Plows, Drays, Carta,
ATX w neeibarrows ana Agricultural implements gener
.11 tlu, ft.h TVmr, nilrtfl. Vnnlrilnir. Ttr.rr.ta
Casings and Base kept constantly on band for sale, and
mauetaoraer at snort notice.
AU kinds ot Wood Turning and Sawing done on tbt
most reaaeaable terms. We are also doing a general
Building Business, and solicit a call from these- Intending
to build, as we think we can do their work cheaper and
give better-satisfaction than any one else in the city. W
use the best and most approved machinery in the manu
facture ot our work, and being both practical mechanics.
we can ana win ao our work oeucr ana sell it cbeaper
than any other establishment In the city. To all we sar
com and try us. We also do Wrougbt-Iron Work of
every description make Wrought Shntt.es for Houses,
olc jlu out wort is tuny gusraauea.
FRENCH, GERMAN, BRITTSII AND IRISH
Ti k E. REILLY at CO.. so long known at the corner
X or Reyal and Canal strects.beg to say thcyjiave re-
movea to tneir la-ge new store no. 116 canal street, be
tween Royal and Bourbon streets known as Ton to Build
ings, sign el the Gulden Flax, wher their ample .i-out
and resident buyer in Kurope, win enable them t icep
(tne year round) a complete stock in every depart mint.
Also a lull line or PLANTATION GOODS cf the best.
Combined with the above, they will keep al he old
stand, comer Royal and Canal streets, nnder thi ntrr.o ol
Embroidery and Lace Store,
A complete stock of
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS.
And Ladles'." and Gentlemin'a FURX1SHING GOODS
t suit the Country Merchant as well as the comnmer.
This latter Is a class of hiuse heretofore unknown in this
market. P. k E. REILLY k CO.,
126 Canal street, between Royal and Bourbon street,
sep!9-m Touro Buildings, sign of IheGoHcnFUr
Pianos, Melodconsj &c.
A re w more on nana, iroct nrit ma
kers, including Cbltkericg k Sons'.
Pianos Tuned, by applying at
Mil QK0. FLABSRTY k BBO'3.
HAWKS, S3IITU & CO.'S BULLETIN.
rSsordbtagr Trade, 1857!
MERCHANTS, PLANTERS, MECHANICS!
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
HAWKS, STilTII & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
H"os. 804 and 300 Hain-st.
ALSO AGENTS TOIl
".Ilening's " Patent Salamander Safes !
TTAYING now received the greater portion of our
XX Goods for th St-RING TRADE, by recent arrivals
from Europe and the Eastern cities, we are prepared te
offer greater lnducem-nts to the Merchants, Planters and
Mccbenlcaof the Southwest than have hitherto been of
rered In this market, for proof or which we respectfully
so.lclt ths inspection of our stock and price. In view of
this, we have placed ourselves In a position toeflVrsoeh
inducements to those wko-may visit Memphis for thepnr-
pos or mating their purchases, as will dtler them rrom
leetlne anoint r marktt, so rar at least as our business
is -concerned. To fully carry out this object we have mad
permanent arrengt menu with the best manafaetursrs In
England and In this country, to be regularly suppiim
with a full stock ot Gosdslnour line, and will furnish
those who toay taverns with their orders, with gooosat
as low figures as any house in the country, South or West;
Our stock comprises
For the Country Trade.
Boiled and Charceallron Castings,
Boston, PhlUilelphla and Wheeling Nails,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets,
Lag, Trace, Stay and Stretch Chains,
Bright and hall bright caststeel noes,
Caststeel polished rlvtted-eye Hoes,
Oil root and steam bent Hames,
Hcg skin Collars, horse and mule,
Cotton, wool anl Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jute Cordage,
Thread and common cotton Rope,
Plow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes Lines, &c.,
Louisville, Cincinnati and yew York Sifters,
Nova Scotia and B :ved G rlndatbnea, '
Ames' caststeel Shovels and Spades,
Rowland's and Can's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all patterns.
Loess. Laicnes. Hinges, ate.
Well Wheels and Well Bucket.
Together with every at tide suited to the trade ot th
country merchant. In the
We have made the best selections from tbe most approved
manufacturers ot every article necessary for the pianjlag
Cotton. Cane and Grub Hoe.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks,
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fan MM, Corn Mills, Corn Shelters,
Corn and Cob Crashers, Straw Cutters,
- Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, ic,
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Paten t-and common Churns,
Hames, Collars, Slrg'etrees, &c,
Pruning Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements of all kinds.
Hall Ic Spear's wrought' and cast Plows,
Allen' Cotton "Plows and Scrapers,
Together with x full vtock of the "celebrated Avery and
Livingston & Co. PIswi, wblch have tor several years
past given such universal satisfaction. We are fully pre
pared to keep always on hand a large stock of these
Plows together with the extra Points and Castings, so as
to be able to supply our planters with them at all time.
In the scltctlon ot our stock of Goods in the
We have ptld most particular auction to the interests
ot our mechanics. We have selected such goods as are
best suited to this market, and can safely guaranty satis
faction t all.
Our stock in this department is full aad complete,
Greenwood's celt bratd Rlngei,
Greenwood's Axle Pullies and Shutter Fastnlngs,
Pari White and Mineral Enb Locks and Latches,
Close and Electro-Plated " " " "
Cuitace, Rural andjlortlse ." " "
FnJit and store door " " "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
tSelf-sbuMlng door and Gate Hinges and Latches,
Bolts and Hooks. Nails. Brads. Screws. &c.
This departmen . In our business is under tbe special
supervision ot one of tbe partners, who has far many
years, In this city, given it his careful attention, and be
lieving mat mis nrancn of our business requires more
man orainary care, win in ine s.iecuoa or tne gous
and in cuingerjers, ne t uetennineu to use his best en
deavors to keep inch good as shill pleaie all oar me
chanics, and will hold every Inducement to merit thtlr
Wewould call pirticnUr attention to our stock of Tools,
tbe quality ol all which we can rnlly guaranty, compris
Union Factory planet. Rules, Ac,
Spear i Jarbion's Hand andPannell Saws,
Butcher's cast steel Chisels and Files,
Earl Smith &. Co.'s Files,
Wetherby's Chisels and Draw Knives,
Cam's celebrated " "
Spirit Levi Is, Rules and Guages,
Augers, Auger Bitta Screadrlvers, &c
Peck's Louisville Bellows,
. yewcomb's yew York Bellows,
S .lid Box and Parallel Vices,
Armltage's Housebote Anvils,
Coley'a warranted Anvils,
Hand and Sledge Hammers,
Farriers, Hammers, Knives and Pincers.
Best ChatcoalTln Plate 1 C,
tt tt a tt jr
" Leaded Roofing Plate 1 C,
Bar Tin, Speltre, fcc,
Iron Brata and Copper Wire,
Bolt Ccppv. SoHerlnglreas, tic,
Tinned and trailers Sheet Cupper.
Bolkd and Charcoal Sheet Iron.
Russ. imitation, Rtus. and Galvanised Iron,
Bar Lead, Rivets, Copper Tacks. &lc.
We would also call the attention or Rallrtad aad Levee
Contractors to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, Ame's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines. Mattocks. Picks. &c
Having a thorough knowledge of our business in all It
branches, we are determiaed" to give tt our entire aUen.
tlon, anl thall attend personally fo all the orders, and to
the transaction or oar bnsinet In every particular: and
by so doing flatter ourselves that we can give satisfac
tion. HAWKS, SMITH i. CO.,
ffbl 301 and 30 Maln-st,
ST. ACXES FEMALE AGADE3IY,
THE Spring term and Filteenth Sersios will cam
. mni-r 4 v.. n I . , r .i .
For terms see Circulars.
Dancing at Prorrssor'r charges. Jan21dtwait?m
At xiiaumacturcrs' i'nees.
CAA CASKS of tha various Brands cf American
tlUU PRINTS, for sale at manufacturers' prices for
neucasn, by JAMES LUW k CO..
feb2I 41S Msln street, LauUvlile, Ky.
CAA BALES Caunelton Sheetings, fer sale by
vj U U JAMES LOW Jt. CO.,
feb21 418 Main strut, Louisville, Ky.
inn CASES lawns bt the Pacific. Hadley Falls,
1UU Portsmouth and Glasgow makes, on band and
tor ssle by J AUKS LOW k CO .
tet21 413 Main street, Louisville, Ky.
QAA OASES Cotunades New York Hills, Ripla's
KJ J and other brands, on hand and for sale by
JAMES LOW Jc CO ,
febSt 4IS Mala street, LeuisvlHe. Ky.
Laths and Shingles.
TjOGERTft WITT are still making Laths, and are al
JJ ways prepared to supply tbe public with the best ar
ticle at reduced prices. They are al-o making Shingles,
and will keep a supply constantly on hand. Mill on Wolf
rlter, above ths Bayon. July IS, '56-ly
TUST received,. per steamer Slmonds, aad fer sale low
tt to tne uauc
200 sacks; Coffee ;
25 " JavaCofre;
10 " Mocca "
DOUGHERTY, k ATDLKTT,
feb!4 Jyj. 23 Front Row,
Q K BBLS. Powdered Snsar;
HO 25 " Crushed "
10 boxes Loaf
5 tierce of Rice,
10 bbl. Porter and Ale,
Which we offer unusuallv low to the, trade.
DOUGHERTY i AYDLETT,
febll No. 23 Front Row.
BY an order of the Board ot Mayor and Alderm'n of
the ctly ot Memphis, tbe Mayor Is authorized to pay
. .. . it..- tr . Ti-' , t
. ic.iiuvi rtn ,,u(t.i iu ,'uitui iu ilq .iririruettiioii
and conviction or tne murderer or murderers er WM. G
TANNER, on Monday evening, the 9th Imt.
Now. therefore, I, Thomas B. Cakrolx. Mavor or
tue city or atenipnts, do, in obedience to tbe foregoing
order off r the said reward or rive Ilund"- Dollsrs for
tb apprehension and conviction of the m T or mci-
derers of Wm. G Tanner. K
febI3-2m THOMAS B. CARROX Tor
PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSE.
Factors, -tdxlsio SOTotloo.
rpriR undersigned having leased the spacious Cotton
X rcaoiue, corner or Monroe and Third street
lately occuplidby Messrs. Chapman k Co., are prepared
to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and Merchandise
generally, upon ravoraoie terms
feb3-6m W. R. GUNyiS & CO.
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAVIXGS BASK & EXCIIASGE OFFICE,
No. 20 Iilacuson Street.
mniS Institution, having been orranlzed nnder r.ri.r
X granted by the General Assembly or th State or Ten
nessee, is now ready ror business. The Directors ror the
ensuing year are:
FRANK M. WHITE, AUG'ST M. F0UTE, Pret't.
C. J. SELDHy, E. M. AVERY. ruAfer.
By the charter, married women and children mav de
posit sit sums oi not its, man $i per week, snfcject only
te their control. Interest allowed on all deposits for
mora than four months, at fir per cent, per annum. Ex-
.u.u. jnvn luiKftuvAnrunwii. ioueciiona matte
ana proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Tenn.. Dec. 7th. 1856. ly
WATT f- nr? iirnnn
-f Q DOZ. Crucibles, Nos. IS to 40;
Xi& I Circular Saws. 43 to 60 Inches;
300 bbls. Newark Cement :
200 PIaste"r Paris ;
A good stock of Gam Bolting ;
Files of a superior quality, all sizes ;
French BuitMUI Stones, all sizes ;
Lir-d tw. .Ultltn IrclllUK 1,1UIU ,
For sale low at tho Union F.unJry, Poplar street.
"EVERY MAN HIS OWN" SUGAR
CHINESE SUGAR CANE.
THIS Cane will grow on any land suitable ror com. It
yields 600 gallons of suserlor svrnri to the acre, and
will prod nee fifty thousand round of foddrr. It also
ripens two crops of seed in one season, and is the most
iwuaow crop brougut to tils country sicca the introacc
tkn of cotton.
A small quantity of the above valuable seed on con
signment, and In pa'kages each containing sufficient seed
to plant hair an acre, at $1 25 per package. For rurtber
particulars ee pamphlets, rurnishedgratt. by the agent.
LOWNES, ORGILL Sc Co.,
'eb7 Nos. 13 and U. Front Row
"FT TT .2
I nwmrmiim ror aar nne impouetv uu.m m
X duced us to re-order a superior lot, wblch are lest tc
hand f tern ikr London makers.
DOUBLE DUCK GUNS, fine laminated steel barrcU-S
to S bore, Ji t o 10 inches long
FINK GUN'S !., ;. 1. m i r.
frmrrv - , . . .
- , . v, H. 1SHQKUU, urn uu i ,
White &Thempsa, ITottls & Sheath, etc . etc.
SJ52J?VXS lnk Cases, with fixtures complete.
FINEGUNS,inMahoganyCses, with fixtares com
plete. '" fo" assortment of hath SINGLE and DOUBLE
GUNS, which we wld sei lew to the trade.
Asserted Bare and Length. A too', Mlnie, Saarp' and
Saloon Blgrs. '
COLT'3 REPE.VTERS,itCla4,wlth or without
COLT'S REPEATERS, extra fins, vrttb Pearl aad Ivory
COLT'S REPEATERS, new pattern
COLT'S ARMY and NAYY KEPKATBRS.
SMITH k WESSON'S TOLCANIC REPEATERS.
DEAN. ADAMS Ic DEAN'S PATENT PlfiTOL.
FRENCH SALOON or PARLOR PISTOLS, assarted
DerrlngT Pistols, Revolvers of all sixes, Single Barrel,
Vest Pocket, Self-Cocking Pistols.
We have alio Just received a fall s-pply ef Flasks,
Beets, Poaches, among whieh are sotn entirely new pat
terns, acdthePatint SaMy Powdr Flask.
LOWNBS. ORGILL & CO.,
13 and It Front Ro,
feb7 yew York Office, il Piatt street.
WErespectfnllyeaHyour attention to our extensive
strck of Hardware, Cutlery, Gang, French Window
Glass, yaBs, Castings, MetaU, and all other articles In
our line suited to the trade of this secttea of country
.most oftvhlch bas either been Imported by us direct from
Kurope, or seieciea rrom tbe best lactones in America by
oar partner resident in the Esst.
The recent addition of another (tare to oar premises,
enabled us to'rstabllsh a conv nirnt
WHOLESALE SAMPLE ROOiT.
entirely disconnected rrom the retail branch ot our trade,
and we feel assured that Merchants willoasatt their own
interest by leekleg lata this room and making their se
lections, yene bat seol-aad panctual men need apply,
unless accempanied with the cash.
LOWysS, ORGILL k CO ,
13 and It Front Row.'
jant yew Tork Office, 41 Piatt street.
YX7E have Just received from tbe Cumberland River a
V fBH assortment and. heavy stock ot tbe
Celebrated "Stacltcr" Iron!
Indadlng Wagon and Bandy Tire, Plough and Scraper
Slabs, assorted Plough MuaH, Horse -shoe. Nail-rod,
Reaad, Square, Oval, nalf-ov.I, Scrap, etc., Jtc., ot every
reaalred dimensions. Also
Warranted Bellows, solid tf x (and other) Vices, Moase-
nait Aavua sieuge ana liana Hammers . Smltbs' Tonga,
Stock and Dies. Flat, Square lad Octagon Cast Steel,
English and American Blister, German Steel, Borax,
uerse-uaus, roriaue rorges, ate, ot. Apply to
LOWyES, ORGILL it. CO.
J anl is and It Front Row
TU3T Received"! heavy shipments of Ploughs, embracing
J various sizes ot "Livingston County," amongst which
are several hundred of tbe celebrated No. II. Also Double
HeuM-beard, Sub-seil. Hill-side, Barrows, Caltivators,
and an endleas variety of and necessary Agricultural and
Horticultural implements far partkalars of which, see
our Illustrated Catalogue, tarnished gratis at onr store.
LOWNES, ORGILL k Co.,
Jan4 13 and 14 Front Row.
GARDEN Ploughs. Cultivators. Seed-sowers, Spades,
Forks, Rakes, Hoes. Reels. Floral Ho. Transplant
ing Tewels, Grass Lawn Rakes, Pruning KBlves, Prunlsg
Saws and Chisels, Grartlnc Chisels, Ladies' PruclB?
Sbeats, Lapping er Branch Sbrais, Garden, Barder and
Sliding Shears, Grass, uoeks. kc, tor tale by
LOWNES. ORGILL k CO ,
reb24-lm 13 aad 14 Front Raw,
.Si. JLJL V Ji. WJB. Kata-JLK? a
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS!!
A Ttbe great Are which broke out in Warren and Marray
ZX streets. New York, 3Ui .Vuvemstr lost, where prop
erty to tnemoant or
S600.000 ! I
was destroyed, several ot thee Safe's were tested with
-result similar to tne reBowiag :
New Y03K. N'ov. II. 1S58
Mr. Editor : In tbe fire at No. 39 Warren-street, on
the morning of the 9th last., oar roost valeaWe books and
papers were etpased for 3d hoars In ese et Stearns k
Marvin's Fire-Proof Sates.
We say fire praef, net because they are so labeled, bat
because we have so proved tbem. Oar books and papers
came oeramnjered, cave the btsaiag ot the books, occa
staned by steam.
Our store was five stories above ground, aad two sto
ries heesw, occupied Irnm cellar to garret. Tbe Intensity
or the neat can be attested by any fireman wno witnessed
No furnace could be contrived by the Ingenuity of man
to create a more intense boat. We valaaterily give this
tribute ta the valae ot thes4 Safes, aad select year widely
circaiated cesntaer.ial journal to Intocm the mercantile
community what estimate te place aeon Stearns St Mar
vin' wilder Patent salamander Safe.
HAV1LAND, HARREL k RISLSY,
In this connexion the Manaractarers writ, us: "We have
made these Safes over 14 yea have sold over 9 500
Had 216 tntled ia accidental tires in the United States and
Canada, and never yet bad a customer to lose a Jellar by
fire from one at them. W th.nk they haveeaiL.ed a high
reputation, a they are readily old here la preference to
other Safe's at 35 te CO per cent, leas price." A fail stock
kept ceaataaUy a hand by
LOWNES, ORSILT. & CO.
Aeenta ror Stearns k Marvin
FREESE & FLOWERS'
NEW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
No. 338 Itlain Street,
Bet. Union znd Gayeso,
IS now open for the reception of Stadeat. Everything
that U taught in any institution of a similar kind ia
the United States can be leam d here. The course un
braces Single and Ducbte Entry Book-Keeptng, Penman
ship, Cwuunereral law, Commercial Form and Calcula
tions, Banking, Wborrsale and Retail, Cemmiwion
Steamboit, Manufacturing, ke
Stud. ats.sre net taught in cla".es ; tbey are Instructed
lndlviduilly and si ruratrly ; so there wtM be ca detent iea
on account ef classes, it take bat a few weeks to com
plete the coerce.
The hoar of instruction will be frem 9 ts 12 a. M., aad
from 2 to o P. ii. Alo, Eveautg Leesoae from 7 to 9
For full course, time naHsalted..... $35 CO
For partial owm 25 00
For Penmanship, time aallmitrd 15 CO
For " twenty leasons... 6 00
For farther particulars, address
FREESE k FLOWERS,
feblO 6m Preprietvts,
COLLIERTILLE -FEMALE COLLEGE
Incorporated, in 1856. -
rpnE fourth Session will begin the SECOND DAY cj
jl. jrcnuuA.111, ana continue iwenty-oae weezs.
W. H BENNETT, A.M., M. D , President. Ancient
Mrs. E. BENNETT, Governess. Vocal and Iastroarenta!
Miss MATILDA KOEN, E. L. M., HagUsh Literature.
J. B. STAMPS, Steward
Terms, Payable at tie Close of Each Sserion
Primary Department................. ..... ..$16 00
Academic ' 15 CO
Collegiate " 10 00
Music with nse ol Instrument.. ........ ........ S3 00
Incidental Tax I 00
Board, including all contingent expesses per month 8 CO
To extra ctiarg ror Ancient Langaages.
Students charged trom time et matriearatlng t j close of
session, and no deduction except ror rretracted lllne s.
Tne president and Udy board in College, where an nu-
pti. can ue accoLamouaieti. jani-wsm
Sj Enquirer copy
Gollierville Male Academy.
mniRD SESSION.begins FIFTH f JANUARY, and
X cantmue iweniy-one week.
J. B. STAMPS, Principal. Engt&fc.
J. CLAYTON. A. M , Ancient Languages.
G. R. BRIDGES, Steward.
TERMS. DUE AT CLOSE Or SESSIOX.
Orthography, Reallng and Writing... .a... ......$ S 00
English Grammar. GogTary and Arithmetic... 10 CO
Philosophy, CliemMry. Astronomy, ke 15 CO
Mathematics- and Ancient Language: 20 00
Board, including all contlcgent expense per meat n- 9 0U
Student charged frem time of matriculating ta close
ot session, and no deduction except for protracted luness,
c Ti.va in store and are eemtaotly recelvlag the
i " . . . .. .. . .. , .
jnost celebrated branes or tuisaluu rrara Virginia,
trentnekr-and Missouri, wntcn wo ten at raannraeiams-
price. We weuMcall attentlan to the reviewing brands :
TrOtter iumu w r.rawj ...u..
W.lfcerfc Co.'s " "
Holland'. Extra Pancake;
Mohican, pound; Wbtt Tanstali, pounds ;
Pocahontas " Emma Adams "
Bigg " n John' "
Parkins '' Sutherlln' "
Persian Smoking Tobacco.
SB A BROOK k CARSON,
feb21-6m Madison sir. et, two door from Main.
TJX. O "XT 3l. X.
MEW DKUG STOKE.
y v k uib ptrBare tit tntomilii. iua cttizvu9 ut
sCTMemphls and thepublle generally that we hare re
Yjg moved our stock cf Drugs lo the corner or Main and
Jjfc Union streets, and will take pleasure In accommo
dating all who may favor us with a call.
We are also In receipt ot a foil supply of fresh and gen
uine Drags, Chemicals,, r.lnts. Oils, Perfumery, Ac.
z-xrticuiar attention paid 10 nuing ot i-rvsciipiious at,
all hours of day and, night.
aec3- ti. juxana a t-u.
Sgolia ant iaficiurg
LIST OF LATE PUBLICATIONS
rOK SALE ST
Cleaves V Galon.
TflE Artist' Bridej or, Tbe Pawnbroker's Heir, by
Emerson Bennett, anther of ' Prairie Plo-ver," Sx.
Old Hawi, the Pawnbroker; or, The Orphan's Ligacy;
A Tale ot New Tork, Founded on Facts ;
Inquire Within tor Anything Yon Want to Enow; er,
Ovf r Three Thousand and Sevtn Hundred Facts
The Golden Legacy; A Story ef Life' Fbaaes, pro
jMuncedto teon o( tbe best navel written by a
A Th-ee-FoM Test of Modern Sptrttaattsm ; by WlMlaa
R Garden, D. D.J
SUverwead ; A Book ef MemoTia ;
Kitbie Brande; A Fireside UMarv at a Qafet Life;
The Poet I rat Works et norace Sastth aBd Jama SmHh ;
aethers! the "Rejected AMnutt," wHfc P.t-
tralts aad flographlcal Skatca ; edited by EpcaSsr-
Parlor Dramas ; or, Dramatic Scene for name Amase-
hkhis ; dt wm. ii. rewie.
marl5 OLEAVES & GUIOK.
Sew and Popular Novels and Tales,
TUST received and for Mks by CLEAVES &. GUION.
J Ivtis: A LoveTale. ia Ura-valnme. by Mis Sewetl.
VMet : or. The Cross and Hi Crewa. by Ml Mclatesa.
Utney Lyie ; or. Lire ana Extstmce, py tne iranguEer ot
ta late Gantaln Marnratt.
The O'Brieasand the O'Ftahertys ; A yatienaLTale.
Faal Pane; er, Part cf a Life die untejd, By A. rarxer
Caateraary Tales, by IIirrKt Lee.
The Quadroon ; er, A Lover's Adventures in Leoislaaa,
ay capt. Mayae ReW.
Marrylr; tee Late, ay Geerge Weed.
Vevt ; r Tha War f the Peaaats. and Use Geaseriat
The Liua at FUsVr: er the BatMe ef GaMan Spars.
Count Hane at Craenhove, Veeden Clara aad the Vil
ThaCerseef tbe Village, The Happtaess ot being Rich,
The Mher, RMtettcketack, and The Pear Gentleman,
utile jiermt. By Char-- Dickens.
feM-daw CLEAVES k. GUOIN
Inquire. Within for Anything-
iou want to Hnoir.
THE meet utetol and extra rdtaary volume ever yet
tsaaed frem tbe press, as ' t comprise all the infer-
saation cusUiaed in a izcn o! aay ether beak of ielor
matratbat have been hitherto priated.
TM book, a its title impart -. w.ll give yea correct la
f oriaatlon oa every possible subject that yoa ever h-.rd
er thoacht ef : whether yen dtre te make leve to a prtt
ty girt, er cook a dinner te sta rt basiaes to asake money
tod res with taste to tie any kind of - knot to rxre
a head-ache te make Petocb iBuata Vase, and ether
f abcy empmymonU fer the Is'lien in short, to da every
asefaa thing that can be t Bough I af or imagined. It yea
want to toara BrecaaaieaHy haw to de a httl- et every-
thinc that I aseral, bey it. As a bath, te krep ia the
family for rilseace. it t aa laaled, oasaristag as it
does aB kiaaset taratiea la a single vetame Na one
can porMy be dtoeppotated who cives a dvllar aad a
qaarter rar it. rr aie ay
mirlS-l CLEAVES k 8UI0N.
Webster's Private Correspondence,
WITH AnteMearapay and Parsaaal BeminisceBers,
caatatBiBS aho a Biegi saatoal notice el Bzekiet
Webster. Twoveb., 8ve.
A new Life ot SamamMd, by WiBtam W. WiUett ;
Caaterbary Tales, by Harriet i e. ia two veiomes ;
The Miser, Ru ketkketack, aao the Peer Geatkman ;
Three Tale la eee volase by 1 ieedriek CoBeascienee ;
Feeoa ef Heary Wad worth LragfeUaw eemalete in two
The Castaways ; er, the Adveraare of -a Family ln tbe
WUds er Africa, iUostra ed;
The Play-Day Book, yew Stories for Lit lie Fair, j, by Fin
CbanUcteer, A Thankigivtae Stary at the Peabody Fami
ly, by Ceraetias Mathews, with IQastratieBs, by
Oar Graadmether's Stories, sad A ant rate's Fireside
Mtewries. Jast received and tor sale ky
jaaM-daw CLEAVES i GUION.
THE nistory and Record or tbe Elephant dab; com
pBed from Authntic Doeumeats now in the pesses
slea at the Toolegieal Society. Hy Me, Knight Russ Ock
ide,M. V., and Me, Q. K. PI tlaader DoestRks, P. B.
Thi being the veritable aad vera--toas history of the
etnxsatid misdoing of the Elephant Club. With th
BiiaBte and partrtotar narrative of what they did. To
which U addtd a camples and elaborate deecrrption ot
what they did'nt. Containing alao, the exaltant record
of their memorable success la eventually ebtaiaiaz each
and every eae. A sight of the entire and unadulterated
Animal, fiom (he primitive hair .a hi attenaatod pro
boscl lo the last link ot his syuiaetrical tall.
Tbe Humors of FalcoobrKrf-r : A OoDeetioa of Hamor
ea and Every Day Somes By Joanathan F. KeHey .
LakeNgamt; or. Exnlorations aad DiscoverrM tlartag
Four Years' Wandering la to WUds ot Southwestern
Africa, with aamereas inaslratloas, rrpr senting Sport
ing Adveatares. Saateet or Natural History, Devices fer
destroyiag WiM Aaiauts, kc
Beaaaiarebais and ni Time. Sketches ot French
Society in tbe Eighteenth alary, frem Uapaeiisbed
Little Dorrit. By Charles Dickens. Oath and paper
bound. For sate by
janl-diw CLEAVES k GUION.
53" Knaatrer aaa Evening New copy.
BEAUTIFULLriitaated ab-at two mHes Soeth'ast
from Memphis. The ground have been surveyed
and handsomely mid off by an rxperienced landscape gar
dener, varying in size trom ane to twelvehasdred square
feet, aad each lot numbered with a darable post and edged
with evercreens, and tb entire tract enctssed with the
Osage Cringe hedge. Said ounds are exempt from
taxes and execution. Aristae tram tbe sale or lets, a
f and is tone raised to na invested ia Corporation beads or
tbe city ot Memphis, the later -at ot w tilth is ta keep up
the Cemetery perpetually. A Reception Vsalt Is now
completed and ready for use. A map ef the Greaads
may, be seen at tb OJUce of the Company, No. 8 Madison
street, also at tbe Cemetery.
The price ot tots have been redesed te a nnlfenn rate of
twenty-live cents a seaare foot. Terms cash, or note at
four months with a good endorser payable in Bank, with
oat latere!. For a slBge grave, ten dollars, to be paid
tor at i be time parehased. Opening graves, two doPars
and firty cents, to be paid lavariabiy at tbe time or ap
plication, or arrana-ed threegli tbe Sexlen. The.e terms
mast be coa. plied with by all pertons, before tb-y can
bary ea the grounds, which they caa do by calling on
tbe Secretary and Treasurer a the 0Oc, or on the Sa
perMeat at the Cemetery. When the parchase money rer
a lot ha beea paid, the Cearptny w-.H execate a ded to
taeparehater. E. T. STEWART, President
JOS. I.KNOW. See-y Jl Treas'r.
nov2T-ttwawly J AMES STEWART. Seper't.
E. .1. HOLMES'
SEAMLESS WHALEBONE SKIRTS.
E takepteafareia again lntrodcetBg ear Improved
Seamless Skirt, as beine tbe most accept-tWe and
reliable article in market ; we are aware that many new
style railed impr venx-nt an before the pabilc, seth aa
India Kaeber, uatta mcna, tittan, c , all or wbich
we have if called far bat eai,:ot recemraend them, as
we have experimented with asd tetted them alt vinost
sf them two years since,) tab-aitting them to the udg
meat of ceeapetaat ladie to de -ide apen their merits, and
ha toosKl them from actasl t.e, te be la all important
leaped s, decidedly Inrtrler fo oar properly prepared
Whalebone, which ha. been in use the jmsi two years,
aad ror wblch has been expressed rrom all part, of th
country entire satisfaction; :id we have the more posi
tive evidence from oar own lam retail trade, amoaatlas
tomaay dozens per day. Therefore we eeBSdeatly le
comiBeadedaor Skirt ta be t .a least obieuiaaabr-- of
anythtag la ase ; possessing iruny advasta-te found in
no other Skirt, the i-wtt hapo-tant of whi-h Is our se
ries of elastic Cords at the b I torn, made teas, the oaly
material that caa be u-e-l, tint will -n-cr.yer its place
when pressed oat ot shape, wi I not roll nor enrl, i-t not
aOLcted hy beat or cold aad caa be washed wit beat inju
ry. These cords at tbn bottom instead or b ne-, which
are exceeding y awkward aad tacjoveal-nt. with oar own
prepared bones above aad a fai-ric naaaafactond by our
selves expressly for oar good la ow estimation al tb
estimation of thoasands who lav vnti tt'-m, pndace a
Skirt, and the oaly Skirt eaaa' y adepted to the parlor.
the street, and the crowd, giving a pviar, (raeetal aad
elegant form ta a Ladies' Diets : ltgat, pliable, .aily
adjastudand In every respect a eoapete artnle. The
public are caatiaeed agalBst all isaitationsi or o'brr ao ds
ca. led Seamiers Skin. Every xenalae a'tscr bt stamped,
S x. J. Hoirnes' Improved Saralcs Wbhlw-ie Fklrt
aad are ror sale at 99 Market street Phtladett hU, aad la
the principal Jabbing nouie in New Tik and Boston.
BosTOS, Feb 1,1837. E. & J. HOLMES St CO.
mar. w6m "
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Madison, St F.arl cowaiy,
AA. ArkaBa. will attend p-oarpny 'a an alr. ir
traated te hi care, la tbe rclewiag rooalles. - si
St. Francis, Crittenden, Poinsette, Jeoa, wnte. n
ree and PhHIlp. R-w
- YY Wife JiLlZABBTn, having left me wlttMMit any
!l eanse, I hereby notlty al perons that I wil atle
mro-sslbie f-r any of her debt, asae'e mv ccnnt
marl7-w3l WM. W. DBARSOND
GENERAL LAND AGENT,
TX7ILL attend to any land basin ia 3-atrntrra
V V Arkansas, with prorapU es and 0de:i:y. Addrt-se,
Fjoreaee, Desbaconaty, Arxaasas. t Klv aai
I WILL give the above rewa d rertheapprebeBsinBof
JOSEPH BAILEY, if tatel. oatof the S ale, and $100
lf taken la ibh Slate.
The said Bailey was under K-nds for bis aeoaranw at
the next term of the Circuit Cvnrt-. far the nrankr er
JORDAN JACKSON, 1n Gibs-n reaaty, Tennessee, and
disappeared an lb 14th day f Febtaary, in company
wllh his little sen, about twelve yrar. or age.
Joseph Bailey Is five reel Bin l be hlth, heavy bnllL
a thlek heavy set fellow, weighs ab.u one hard ed and
seventy poands, dark ctmpt'Xi n. anl or right beard,
and head tbe same cotar, fall r.c d Mae eyes, (icdiaed
o re grey.) dnwa-oa-t look, bit tv.se creaked a little oee
sKte, bis body leag and umts .ami.
I refer to any gentleman In Giwen c aaty as fo my
solvency. JrtSRPrt WILLIAMS.
ZSr Werkly AprEAL. RabKh fV. C ) Standard and
Galveston (T xss) Cinitun wi I please .-vey to itn- amennt
of 6. and forward account, to this uillc- Trenton
K. J. JB. L. WINN
HAS REMOVED HIS
Saddle and narness Ulannfactory
To lio. 23lDT.Bln.-st, opposite Square. Keep constant
ly on hand and for sale-
Whips af all kinds.
etc, c., &c
Saddlery Hardware, Saddle Trees, Band, Soie, Upper,
Harness, Skirting and Bridle Leather; -Trace' Chain,
Hames, GlnBandj, fcs. ErtS-diwIy
GREAT PRIZE SARSAFARILlA,
AWARDED 21T OCTOBXR-
Aj lie. test and only genuine compound oftlUlRoo
now praemea lo lae pvouc,
lOTJISVlXLE ATTKUAL ZXHTBIHOH.
THIS wonderful preparation, so Justly appreciated by
the American people, haa now become the standard
remedy ot the age. The afflicted bear testimony ef It
marvelous properties, and the unhappy; pam-wcm acd
exnausieu n.-ierev rejoice mere ia netp, wnen all lave
failed. Oat of the hundreds ot cases scattered vrr
Mississippi, Alabama, Wisconsin, Missouri, Iadlj and
a-eniucxy, ii nas never in a single instance teen vujwa
to fail, and will cure, beyond all dauit :
n5aor King's Eva, Af
fections e( the Bone, Syphilis,
Debility, Hxbitml Costlvesess, Kryslpe
Ust Patetanirr- Diseases, Liver Cemplalnt.
Piles. Female Irregularities, Fistula, Skin DiMas
Diseased Kidneys, and as a gr.at tnd pow
erf uj T.mc. purifying tke Blood,
and lnvtgoratiz; the
- entice Sjatem.
This medicine, thnngh prepared ti great expenw, la
nevertheless within the reach ot peer as well aarteh. and
looked apon by the eemmaaHy ti tha greatest bluing
ever conferral an maakiad.
Dr. T. A. HURLEY'S Manufactory, comer cf f Tinth
and Greene streets LoiisviBe, Ky., where all .tders
must be addressed.
For sale by H. P. FARNS FORTH k CO., aad CHAN
DLER k CO.. Memphis, Tennessee, and Druggist
throagheat the United State and Canada
Price tl per bottle, or six lor $5. sepH-d&wiy
Fhriiy jour Blood!
THE CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF YEL
LPW DOCK Is the sovereign remedy far aK Merca
rUl Affect ions. Scrofula, Swelling of the Jotnto, Rhm
matUm, ke. A a Liver Medielae, it has no ertuaL
alterative effect on the system, in irWttlon te Ma being a
parely Vegetable Preparation, adapt K to ahsest aoy
Cbronlc Affecon where aa alterative raedielne is re.
quired. For Eruptions ea the Skin, OA TDeers, Dyspep.
sla. and yervoa Haadache, it ha no uecef&l eam-
petttor aatesg tha nustrnms ot the day. AtaFtmaH
tltiicir.' it mill be found tevalvabte.
Z3 for site only by CHANDLER it CO.,
sept lawly Druggist and Apothecaries,
Odd Fritewi' HaH Block, Memphis.
CORXER UF COICKASAW AXD JACKSOX-STS
DEALSR in Ale, Pertor, Cider and Wises of aH zteda,
manalactared by tee most celebrated estatlishssea's
ia the United States, Far sale, Wholesale or ReUH.
Frem my leag experience ta the business (twelve year J
which ha beea ia the city ot Memphis) I Ca ttr myser
with the guaranty I have bad from my old customers
that ray t xertteae have beea appreciated by them.
lBlr-7-dawtf JACOB BECHTOLD.
PRINTING PAPER AGENCY
NASHVILLE PAPES MILLS
05 COOKT-IT, BET. rOHT BOW AXD MAIS.
WHERE all kind and sizes at Printing Paper can bt
had at tow price tor cash.
Orders ror any tin usual size of paper wfit be dispatched
to Nashville and filled promptly at mat prices, with th
addition ot trans portion. W. S. WHITZMAN.
apS-ly Qhai. Davis, Agent.
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS !
I WISH to bay 500,000 pounds of rags and wffl pay the
highest price In cash fer aH the cotton andHnea rags,
aad oM rope aad bagging that is delivered tome, and
earnestly solicit the .aving: of rags.
W. S. WHITE If AN.
p&ly Cha. Davis. Agent.
MERCHANTS, PEDLARS AND
MARKETERS ara solicited te engage is buyi3g Ragi
throughout ths country, and those who en3ge at It
wUl Increase their business, and I will bar'all thty bring.
W. S. WHTTEMAX.
acS-l v CrtAS. Dans. .1 gent.
TOMBS, HEAD AXD FOOT STOXES, &c
CONSTANTLY on hand. Monument of aS descrip
tions, from $100 to $1600, ot latest style and pat
terns. Tombs and Head and Foot Stones, furnished aa
low as any other establishment who do their workwrH
and satisfactory. To those needing anything ia tha
Manaraental line would do well to caU and examine be
fore sendiag.thelr order to the North. The undersigned
will be found at the old staad on Adams street, between.
Main and Front Row, opposite the Worsham Hoase,
ready to fill any orders, having the best of Marble ao-4
Workmen, no pains ahaH be spared to give satisfaction.
P. S Mr. M. L. Soar Is now on a tear through
North Mississippi and the adjacent counties of Tenneuee,
soliciting orders for MarMe work, aadwat contract f . r
Marble at shop prices, the obfeC ot his tear being chiefly
to remove the impreeslen that orders must be -nt to the
North tor good work. The pabii ttlng satisfied that
It is the best policy to encoarag home Industry, and .f
good work and reasunabU prices will keep business at
bom, give your orders to Mr. Sory, or call -opposite th
Worsham Hosoe auggS-wtf J. W.
THREE er roar good MATTRESS MAKERS wanted
immediately. Good wagea given, at
ian!7 MeKINNET k CO.'S.
McKINNEY it. CO. have lately receiv
ed a considerable let of fiae FURNITCR X
rrem yew York and Boston, to wbt, a.
they Invite the attention of parehasers.
at 192 Main Street, Memphis. Janl.7
BEAUTIFUL black enameled, plain and oreaseBtat
Oak Chamber sett, just received by ov"
MeKINNET k CQj,
A SITUATION as Baok-Keeper or ShlppGig Clerk, by a
Young Man from SU Leal. Good reference giver..
Address C. H. MARTIN, P. O.
TWENTY Thousand Havana Cigars la store and for
nov27-tf BOYD k ANDERSON.
FIFTEEN Thoasand pounds Goshen ButterIn store and
nev27-tr BOYD afti.DKR30y.
i SACKS choice Irish Potatoes, la stars and lor
saw by - , ,
aov27-tf BOYD JiAXDEKSOy
FIFTY bet. OU ye Whtsky and Besrtea, warraat.sl
pure, in store aad far tale by
BOYD & ANDERSON,
nov27-tf No. 157 Msm street.
GENERAL COLLECTIXG AGEXCY.
FROM and after the ftfit at Jaaaary, 1S57, the uaer.
sifted offers his services to the Merchants, Mechan
ic and Protesstonat Men of MtmphhT, a a Collector it
AU Paper placed la my hand wtl be secured by i
ceipt and endorsement.
Arrtngemeats rnado with bGsiness houses by the year;
or tor a stipulated per cent.
Letters addressed te me through the Post OOc?, orb tt
at my oQor, Northwest cornt ref MalnandAdamstreeia,
up stairs, wM receive prompt attention.
dec! 1 -3m J. MARSHALL WOODWARD
Advance on Cotton In " Transtitn '
riiHE aaderigned wm make liberal cash advances .a
A Cotton shipped hence to Liverpool via N.w Orisons,
coustgned to Messrs. BREWER &. CALDWELL, N
1 rk, for sale there ia transitu. For farther la fvmatk.a
apply to WM. H. HULL,
twvyr-tf No. 47 Front Row.
To the Patrons o WhcComniercIalHoto
JTIEEUNG very grateful to a lwefaHadgenroax pclr-
lie for thrir support to wbateverbtaa'cfies of hasl
bs I nave been eagaged here, I desire to render- mnac
knewledgments mom eepedaHy far their support orwl
estabHfhnMnt aad far the qalet and rood crder.my guests
have eaabtcd me ta preserve ru it." .
The license for rttailiag splrHcoosaUqnors at th;hctr
baviege3pred, it will, in deference to tha Jawb- cloird
from and after this day. Df COCCRELL,
JanU-tf Preprietar CemraercTat Hotel.
I THIS day lest in Memphis, and aa I believe, cn Waart.
ingten street, smaH memoranda-bosk, and $1001' o
Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip.
No. lOta lor $ 40
No. 1041 for i..... 950 JUKI
Issued In September, 1S56, and payable at PJria Witt.
TVs Is te notify the finder who the owner is, and to fir
all persons notice not to purchase th aame. A protT
compensation wW be given by me to tha finder "on delivery
aov2-tf THOMAS JAMES
For Sale Low to the Trade.
350 pieces best Power end Band. Loom Bazrinr
w era Macnine Rope;
50 ceils Manilla Rope ;
100 pounds Twine.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
nnv2 23 Fraat Raw
CORN AND WHEAT 3IILLS.
THOSE who are in want of Portable Mills for bonn,
steam or water power, or Bnrr Millstones' of nnr
size, and best quality, are Invited to call at my Factory,
where they are made, which are second to none Is the
United States. My Ilsrse Mills will grind tram six to ten
and eleven bushels good meal per hour: and'I'caa fun.
substantiate th assertion. I guaranty taUsfjcttoa in
aliases I refer to a few cf the merchants .r the oily
who have sold many ef ray Mills, and can teatlfr of ,
blah character they bear.
y. Lane & Co., Graham kWS,
Jonrs, Brown k Co., J. C. Grifijng tuBro.,
E. M. Appersea fc C., Stratton, McDavHt k Co.
Sampl, Mitchell k Co.
AH orders addressed to me direct, er thranrh m.i.
chants, thill have proms - attention. Facto rr en Pontae
treet, adjoining CUy-MlBs, near tte river, Memphis.
Tenn. WM. BADGER- ,
"TO r-3 I HT.TQ .
The iladison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Factory.
THEundirstignrdhas.taxenthe stand recently acea
pled by MooraiJt Oalstead. over tbe Planlnr Mai of
Whipple, McCullagh k Co.. and Is prepared to fill all or -
d-rs ror Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings, Mould
ings, jianii- s, xc.
Particular attention-paid lo dressing and rinsing Lum
ber, for the Carperrtoc acd Builders.
Jan-3. asm R. VIRuESON.
)Lf. ON the night or 25th December, a small che.
rHA nut sorreU MULE, tour years eld, marked wltU
the cellar. In good order, had ane shoe'oa berore.
caaVssttasliad a rope on his neik when helert. Any in
formation left at Cayca's stable, er to myself, two mHet
North ef Memphis, wili be thankfully received, and all
troube liberally rewarded.
JanlS-dawtf W. DONALD SON.,
Ofill CASES Turner Brothers' Celtbrated GlngeV
rw U U Wlae ;
50 cases Blackbery Brandy;
25. " Pure Juice Port Wins;
50 " assorted Cordials.
H. H. POTTER,
dtc3 Mtln-it., Si door north of W.riiixi Hoc,