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4TmWm I dtetttajptts. j
For Sale, upon Favorable Terms.
BEING deslrcua to pat more cash means imo
business, 1 offer Tor sale, upon Unas to suit, the
nil foHowlnz wen-located WIT ami iouawj
wrtr
T', .r'V; K.mu.t mi the north Me ot Madison
lHWW.--J.."--WrjlTdntth
ur:e.a..'" ' . . ...
a Lot 5i feet 3 laches en the south sMe of Beal street.
by 125 feet oaU!eetl4et,Cl.wProT
sS.'SSrSSSTS
with a rrame urooery necjr.
pawn.. , . . .!.. IV1
A Uouseand Lot ou ine we.snrei
f..t jaoth oi BuLCuQs oatalE six roomi
. i nM4-T mi panur iireei. ou uj a;i i" -
nM T.at on Exehaere stree., 60 feet 2 tatties by 14S K
HTM UBT,
One Lot on the Allbarat Reed, 53 bj S7f',t ,, .
t-., - in ik. r.rr tract, cn the north th eef Cen
tral Avenue, teiween the Residence of Hon. I. G. Harris
aad th. Pigacn Koest rrwu. J0Hlf JonKSON,
mr24-lm No- Clark's Marble Block.
for s ale.
.63. I 'WILL kD on good termi the I oUewiag prop
kJkarrtj : 1SK acre., two miles from Memphis, East
Jlti-acres en Jartsen treet extended, aiJolalBB Dr.
tr.iku. .uhuvi Sit acre fronting on Wll-
liara' Avenue, nearly oppetite SI. J. Wright' residence.
t ui .h,,V.ifni Tt.se9tyl91 leet, on Hernando
aWtreet,. j. sc. HtOTISK.
rnn c T V. nR RENT.
AN exeelRnt 1'KAMhU wiiii"", -foarreoma.
-with Lot -J6 feet ty 166, irtth Bd
B" datern eltnated on the Sooth e or
..t nir it innetMn wiib -oihki-
Teru.Ber aaJewy.or rent moderate, rosaesaten can
be biul at once, haaire or
ALirSeHOCSE w si
'jkZ
No. 11 Sladtaon street.
mart-dim.
TO REST.
nv TjBdaate sue-1. ostsHe tie corporation,
XINBAOSSOF LAND, which has been oo
cnptl tr "years by a Gardener. On tee prem-
. lseitia ismu aw-um. muiu . -
i . Mar. u a rood astern near ins w.
Taere Is also agd ankard, and a Am grape arbor. Ap
ply Immediately to
jan2S-tf
JOHN CANN0TAN.
FOR ItEXT.
t nvtrar to rent oot for the eneilac year a
fa small farm ! esghty aeree, lytg two nattes irm
Coart Sanare. Tata inac aas uw
.cleared, and the balaaee in tteber, a ceaafarta-
.llBeeessary.ath aea, a food eWnn aw! I first rale jht
JirJ. ot every rartety of f nuts. For fnrtaer partkn-
Urert H. TOUJN-TINK.
" . A Tl A RG CHANCE.
I OFFER far sal. urontt-e teraas and at alaw sriec,
riT TLVNTAT10K of 600 acre of the Ut wltty of
.i. .1.,. i isiwl ll creatlr above aaersww. 10
BeTwtaf Slaaaphis.o the ptank r; wexcrrs rt
eVared Laai asrf a new doeMe-fraaw Homo with snrt-
aMeeaeea. Apaty at tne puee
-w rKTEft LEONARD, or to
trt DAS.18L HCGHKS, Meapbil.
The Best in the "World
. . . i 1 1.1. a n.wll,
t City Propertr, or taadasm Country Rertd;nces
5 I'M 4a theesirts. Onasme of the uwer canoe
m. aoe Reatfieiice, reaay far eotapaon.
7!rU- tWd- CHA D. SfI.KAN
For alei
T rorPKR for sale five hanHred and twerly
...n, or T.md. fonrteen miles Northeast of Sam-
acrrille, on the Jackson read, known'as the fuuer
,un c;m..n Jarmon. The plac is well
Imaroveo. has a pood framed dwelling hoese and excHlent
Ml Bosses, gta-aetue, with gia and thrr.brr ic--!iof,
... i?k. i. - tkr unniwif an exteneive areaard. vHo
all ktBdaof fruits etjws in the country. There retw.
handred and fifty acre of land in caluratk,n, and the
resuming portion weu lunoexeo. wj
tigaed, on the pUce. K.F.J AMON ,
aar3-wtm Black Oat Grove, Tean.
THE ashscrtbtToafers for sale the tract of land
&oa which ho now ieide, ia Haywood ooacty,
aTennesMe, through wbkh the StemphU and Ohio
Rjllr.! ritscB- Sjic tract contains .boat four
thoauBd acres. Tno improvements coasli4 of a 2 n
frame dwelling, with ten rooms, neirro Cjaaners, sin
kau. sUMes. a fine steam and grfet mill, good orchard.
and ul the necessary improveaaenU far a large farm, or
can be conveniently divid-d into several Email ones. For
feeitth and fertility of soil this place is Bn.urpaseed by
cay in the country. For f crlher particalars apply to the
ineaerffeere the promises.
dean-toIt THOS. SHAFABP.
a Tinrirniii to be had in Lands.
T y(TJ L sell the -ract of Land on which I live, in Tip-
I nah ooantv. Hiss- six milts west of Kipley, on
n.t, rir-1 'vr pft tenntainine Bicht Hundred Acres,
Ave bwdrec of the very best creek bottom and tie bal
aBcscacBBdbottomandapland. There are about one hnn-
armA ..-r- rJrired. and in a fine state ef cultivation.
The Improvements are good and new, con isting of a
DweHteg house, and all necessary out houses. The above
tract ot land, I have no hesitancy in aaying. lt one of the
best in North Sf istissippi for raising Cottan, Corn or
Stock, as the range is Sne both Winter and .Summer,
v- uriieaian tuat the nlace. I refer to Davidson, Ellis
a- w.ir. VafBsfcu: JohnW. Thompion. Ripley, Hiss.; W.
C. Penrts, Holly Springs, er to myself an the premises.
eetH-wtf J -"-''
NOTICE.
I HAVE three HOUSKS and LOTS to rent for
ihm tnvrt vear. sKaat-d in the Northeastern
part of the city. n what is known as Vinches-
im- lvniie. ttnaaciKcnreiiT spaa whrhi
aowaive. For a more particular areenpiMn, aaa iot
etostagthfCOBtractef reat, callon Sfajsr William Rnt-
C. at the Gas Omce- cud rAiu.i.
jana-atf
FOR KENT,
A NX AT GARDEN SPOT, of two acres, with
a TMldence for a small family, two miles east ot
the eliy For further particulars, apaly at the
Appeal Omce.
aiflemjfliis Founder!
MACHINE SHOP,
Adems Street, Hemphis, Tenn.,
TS now preaored la do all kinds of Machine Work;, al so,
MMiabait Work of every detcrtpilon. Steam Eugines,
Saw MJIe ot every deseriptioo. Cotton and Wool Ma
dtiBory, Gia Gearing. Plaaing Machines. Also. Brats
Feendery, Casting and Fiaishisg, Steam Gaace Cocks asd
Oa.tinx of every descriptiou, heavy Wrought Iron Forg
ing, Wreaght Iron Gratiius for .'alls, Bank Vaults, Cel
ir and Side-Walk Grate., Iron Fencjo; of every descrlp
tio a made to order. AIo, House Fronts, Window Caps
aad Sttts, of various patterns In a word, I am preparec
t a da vrv deeriDtion of work in my line.
I have now in thop the latest and most improved pat
terns of Steam Zngiore. ISAAli rnx-iAj.-.
S. McKEsyA. Snpeiintendent. fehlO-ly
I HAVE just received seme of those elf-
Igant FRENCH BOURDOIE FlAoa,
I from the Celebrated Piano Factory of
1 r.j, isn. at Paris and London, and of-
tfaesi for sale. 1 keen thoee soteadtd little ORGANS,
eaM Sraphie, with from ten te thirteen stops, and all
the latest improv menu. TU are known to be the best
SaWwBats for Cnorcaes, Lodges and School Rooms. All
jBtfsrsjanct-i hhc oy wr- a - whjmku w
XSTTuntngand Repairing of Pianos, Violins, Organs,
Mafatfujui. etc. ete .done in a wirkmanlike manner at
inaMMte Tnoe.
. 35" I do not pretend to give leesons on any cumber and
-rirttiy w instruinonu.
a. HKNXT G. H0I.LENBERG,
1an2-tf 144 Mam street.
EL.2IW4iOD CEMETERY,
TJEADTlFl'LLTtituated about two miles South'aat
JD from Memphis. The ground: lure ten surveyra
! b.aiuwiT hkl uST bv aaexeerivBced landscape gar
dener, TirjiBC in slae from a W twrfvehuvlred square
feet, aaa eadi sol numoereei t ie a uaraoce am wbm
vrr evecireesif, and the tnUrt tract enclosed with the
Otaa OraJije Vlc-. Said giesnds are exempt from
ttxefaad. erecution. Arising fiom the sale of lets, a
rU W 1-. w raised to he ieveated la OorporatioB beads of
tfceKr at Meaaphis, tbt intemt of whtdt ia I. keep ope
r OaBMfery perpetiiany. a Jteoepnon t iui
CMmateted and ready for . bb of ui' ureusos
x afK seen at the OJicc ef the Cmbb-sBt, No 3 M&ill'iW
diw. also at the Cemetery.
Tfce wrtee ef lots have born redoeed to a uniform rat of
tweetty-lve cents a square foot, iirrn-c-h, or note at
few months with a guod endorser paytble ia Bank, with
eaUnterest. For a iiBfC'e grave, Un dolUrs, to t paid
ftjCat'tbe tia purchased. Opening graves, two Ucl ar.
and fiftr ont. to be pM invar law j at the time ef ap
pHevrWe, or arraaged through tbc Sexton. Tbeo terms
must he reeaplled with by all p:noos, before tfa-y can
bary "o the grsusds, which they can do by caflng on
the Secretary and Treasurer at the Oltc, or on the Sa
lierMent at the Cemetery. When the purchase money fr
a lot has been paid, the Comptny will execute a deed to
the purcoaar. js. x. dish i,rmiiinii
JOS. LKNOW, iietfy iTreas'r.
nov27-dtwawly JAM ES STEWART, Super1!.
GEO.
FLAHERTY & BRO.a
nAVKreceired, per steamer Hrmph!,,
wm
such extensive additions to their formri
stock of Pianos Melodeo s, ane and com
mon Furniture, of every style and ve-iety.
at most fu'ly Ju.tly s iu atturing the merchantr of our
city tba' their orders In tavor of their p'ant init friends
in the country, can be attended to it a manner to Insure
entire faU.factioa. GEO. FLAHERTY A liliH.,
marl Corner Main and Union streets, Memphis.
S..S. Rembtrt,
vt.
Petttin te divide land. In Coun-
Court ef Shefby county.
James T. Stewart,
TN tbi cause it appearing that J. T.
Stewart, the de
fendant, t a non-resident of this State, lt is ordered
that the Cterk ef this Court make pubilcatitn in the
Stemphis Appeal, newspaper, requiring the raw J. T.
Stewart fezaake bis appearance at the E ex V terra of this
Gourt, tobe held en the first Monday In April next, and
plead, answer, or demur to the petition In this behalf
OHd, or the racst will le taken for confessed as to nun.
ana tet for bearing ex-forte.
marS-tteap JOHN P. TREZEVANT. Clerk.
PRINTING PAPER AGENCY
or THE
NASHVILLE PAPER MILLS
05 COURT-IT, RET.TROST X0WAKD MAIS.
Memphis, Tcnncssoe,
VTTHERK athktnds and slxe set Printing Paper can be
V V bad at niTprKei for cash.
Orders for aay unusual slxe of paper will be dispatched
te Nashville and fined promptly at mm prices, with the
addition ot transportiea. W. S. WHITEMAN.
apt-ly CnAS. Datis, Agent,
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS!
I WISH to buy 600,000 pounds ot rags and will pay the
hlsbeat price In cash tor all the cotton and linen rags,
aad oM rope and bagging that is delivered to ine, asi
earnestly sottctt the saving of rags.
W. S. WHITE MAN.
ovjd-ly Chas- Datis. Agent.
Advance on Cotton in " Transtitu "
TO LITERPOOL.
THE undersigned wttl make liberal cash advances on
Cotton shipped heneete Liverpool via New Orleans,
consigned to Messrs. BREWER & CALDWELL, New
1 ork, fer sale there la transitu. Fe-r jHrtherlnferraatiou
apply ta a
"nov2T-tf No. 47 Front Row.
TWENTY-FIVE kffs Golden Syrup, for sale by
matl7 HANCOCK, CLARK fc CO.
!!!
SPfVEY & CLARICE,
DEALERS IK
Ccntlemens' Boys and Childrcns'
t ii Tl r I ill II l rv, I '
IT I iV H. I , ,11 I R 1 11 U
- J- -L' -- v ' U
-FUMISHING G0UJJ&,
Sole licallicv 'Vvnnks,
0c laCatUCT 1VUUWS, w
243 MAIN STREET, UMUXv iii.uoxv,
WE are now recemnE or - v ,m
STOCK, which wlU be found complete In qnaltty.
KSrsumnte? Camere SulU, Mme rery
RRh White Pisnred SaUn Ve.U, new atya ,
v white Linen Frocks an4 Kaslani ,
tj W.c" Drap K Tele, Alpacca ard Ca.hm.re Frock and
Raclantaais,
c.,(r niuimere Kaclan OTer Coats ,
600 Toien "White and Fancy Shirts, anuns which wwce
faund all lEe siyier.
We also hare a Urse stock of Mediant Goods.
n-.n..nectfnllr solicit an examination f ocr stocK.
The trices wm oe iohuu wn.
SPITET &. CLAHKB.
marl7 .
C. CLAB.sK.
J. I PITET
WnOlXJALE A5D RETAIL DEALERS l!t
QESTLEMBS'S ASH B
Fine Clotliiiisr,
Solo Leather TrunKs and Carpet Bags, h
213 MAIS STRthTj
Union Block, Opposite Court Square.
-Nrm terms are cash, which enables us to sell at tht
Oweamic! retfiillyUcltacallfromall
in want ofCIothlng.
Spring and Summer
SMOX &SEESSEL,
BI-INUFACTUKEKS OF 3IENS'
BOYS3 CLOTHING,
Aria? W IIUi-i-aAi.- -
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
HOOTS, SHOES A.D PLANTERS' GOOUS.
,ra f.dllll.1 this rear bMns of met a nature we are
ILJa JBUitairs viaia j- c -- -- ....
VI enabled Uffrr our Spriug ana wmn
irl-V
IDT VCIJ IWtl J- ., j
Traders In particular are earnestly requested to call and
exLailne our stock oeroroparcnasiaBci.cTa.ic.
SUION XCKShUIll" Iwn '
Cerner Jefierson-at , under Commercial Hotel
marlO-dawtf
W. WATSON,
Merchant Tailor,
J.
HAVING removed to XO. o ooori ciiv,
SlaiH street and Front Row, begs to return his
thaaks to Ws friends and the paWlc g-rerally fir their
l "r"ptron.re for the last six years, and hopes, bf
strict attention to business to merit a continuance of the
removed to No. 6 Court street, between
Havlnr engaged a "). l tmrr, i - .
is new prepared to ke up his goods In nrst rate style,
and chesp-.r than any other bouse in Memphis, fr cash.
He buys for cash and sells for cash.
,t --.-'-" i
Jllercliant Tailor.
187 3VT X3ST ST.,
Under the lYorsham House.
nTHE subscriber begs leave o aancunce io aituiiu
... .-a tl,. rft.T.r. nf VrraiAIs that he has return-
i . v. jr Tori with a full assortment of most splen
did Goods, which he Is prepared te make up for cah en
short notice. .ri-.j
HOZrXE INSURANCE UUiiii-Aiil,
OP MEMPHIS, TENN.
ADTHORIZBD CAPITAL I G0ARA NTT CAPITAL
200,000. I $100,000.
nHARTEREUbi the Legislature of Trnnessee. Session
iuAe tn m.v. Pire. T.lfe and Marine Iakurance
nd to cause themselves to be re-Insured when deemed
expediesL In view of which they have arraaged with
the following Companies, for re-Insurance by means of
openpoHoles: ,M
British uoeinerciii rare, ioouoa "-Tr
Equitable Fire,
.000.000
Int-rnatienal ure,
KnKkerbocker Life, TJslled States,
Great W- stern Marine, "
2,600.000
2C0 0( 0
1,000,009
eee.ooo
Howard Fire end Marine, "
rnsnUdated FM-ft
300 000
At the annual election on Tuesaay, tae luin rmoi, "
foflewisg Dbecters and Committee were elected for the
ensuing year :
DIRECTORS.
JAMES B. THORNTON, L. J. DUPREE,
GEO R. GRANT, THUS. ilCAUAJJ,
STEPHEN B. CURTIS, J H. MULrORD,
HENRTS. KING, JOS. BARBIErB, Jr,
. . . . .
rtvivrr rnUMITrrr.
S. B. CURTIS, L. J. DUPREE, -U. to, JJtr.
A!eaieoxramincr fiu. tt. uuAjr, a . v.
Attorney 1. B. THORNTON, Esq.
AttittUbi-S. P. BANKHEAD. Efq.
tiutataneetinref the newDlreetorr oz walneeaay.
the lllhinst., the f o'JewtBg effleers were cbcsealorthe
yr.:
jAHsa B. Tiumi iij, rrnmmi.
GEO R. GRANT, Vice Prttldtnt.
THOS. MeADAM. Secretary.
O fFICK Ne. 8, Madison street, corner I ioat Box.
f.bn-dly
District Inspector
OF STEAMBOATS, Steamboat Boilers, and Steambett
Machinery, under the provisions of the Acts of Con
cress ct 1638 and 1812. Ofilce, 8 Madison street.
mart TflOMAS HcADAM, Intprctor.
TENNESSEE
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of NaslsTille, Tenu.
CAPITAL, : : : : :
e-icn nnn
wuiui
JOSEPH VAULX Pres't A. W. BUTLKE, Sec'y.
DIRSCTOKS:
JohnM Hiil,
Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
R. H. Gardner, F. A. Owen,
Joseph Vaulx, James Ellis,
Alloway, W. S. Eakin.
Jtmes Coney,
G. M. Fogg,
N. E
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freights rndet
open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risks ol
Merchandise, by steamboats, railroads, or land csrrlagia ;
also, haxaris on rivers and lazes to or from aay part of
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE on braidings, dwelling or other
houses, gesis ia store, furniture, fee, In town or country.
rS-Neerees insured against the dangers of the rivet.
M J. G. LONSDALE, Agent,
03ce Jefferson street, Memphis.
The Mutual Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW T0R3C.
Accumulated Fund, $3,000,000.
THE rates adopted by this Company are baaed upon the
most correct ohservatlons. PHlcy holders get aU the galna
of the Company, as it Is purely mutual, having no prefi
red stocic or other capital to taietha first fruits of pi "flu
from the insured.
Anyperwjn wUblng Insurance on his or her life will re
ceive all information, together with the requisite format I
application, by calling on J. G. LONSDALE,
Agent Mutual Life Insurance Company,
octll-Iy " OffsJ Jefferson street, Memphis.
ESTABLISHMENT.
rpnE undertiined art nuw opening at their NEW
L DRUG STORE,
NO. 37 FRONT ROW,
a general acd well aeKcted assortment ef
Freslr Drugs and Medicines,
Cb-DlcaH Paints, Oil", Dyesturi, Pavsnt MedKiac.
Glarwareand Perfumery, warranted tobe fresh and
g ncine, direct frun New Tcrk.Trl Ich are offered on ac
commodating terms. Call and Judge for yourselves, or
nd In yonr tirders, which will be promptly attended tu,
partlculatlyUu.ee from a distance, and the gel sent
icrward without delay The patronage of our friends
and the public is respectfully solicited to our newes
Ubllsbaient, a we feel assured we cn render satisfac
tion to aU who may favor us with their castas.
Pretcrlption put up carefully St all hear..
auJ niHCgTe PERKINS.
C. K. H0LST & SON,
Cabinet jflalters
AKD
UNDERTAKERS-
Slain-sU, Old Stand, First Door below Mocrce,
(The oideit permanent ttend in the City,)
HAVE constantly oh hand all sixes ot Patent MelaU
Burial Cases, which they line and put up -ilr-ilsht,
in the beat manner Also, all kinds of Wood aa.' Ofcth
Covered Coffins, which they sell at a fair price.
Orders from the cour try promptly attendee! to. Fur
niture made and repaired, and Upholstering done,
oci-ly
C. C. MAYD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OPFICE,
MEMPHIS, TENN.,
WHERE can be found aU description of Grave Wort,
which will be furnished as cheap as It can be got
la any market West. Also, Building Work done at short
notice.
It Is to the Interest of all persons -wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis instead of purchas
ing from Aget,ts, as the Manulactors have to add the
twenty per cent, that Is paid Agents to the work sold by
them. Southemcrs,looktoyour Interest.
deel-dawm C. C. MA YD WELL.
LOCKETS! LOCHLETS2
TTJST rec-ived, a fine assortment of supericr GOLD
J LOCKETS, mad expressly for Melalaotypes, by
W. H. DESHONG. 181 Main street,
2ebI3 Opposite the Worr.liatn.Home.
Carriage Factory.
THE uuderslgaed have opened a Carriage Factory cn
Second street, between Washington aad Adams
streets, wl-ere they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair Carriages atthe toortesi notice, aii we.'jcoonesT
them win be guarantied, and a share of public patronage
souciiea.
JanS-ly L. b. BUrpi & CO.
." I' f ... flP fii.f
ViUUVgi., j4 iff'
sw2I
LOTTERIES.
Capital PriiKC $50,000.
TICKETS OWLX JSiU!
.-nrrvYS i 1V nut Iinr mm iraicn o -
I " "V." i..-. rrrired Lv the public. iM
.r'. , n.-. t. ih MinacerJ. S oWAn
;, S SITlVk
& GO.'S
CV- year. The f. IlewitiE Scheme win oe
l 1!,.;:t -krU.rrh 1BS1.
their Lotteries lor Msrch, 1847
-rr ss 30,
To be drawn la the Clly ot AtUnta, Georela, in psbUc,
on SATUBDAT, April 4th, 1S57.
OTjASS 31,
To be drawn In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, in pubiie, on
SATUKDAT, April 11th, 1837. - .i' .
OTJASJ3 32.
To be drawn In the aty ol Atlanta, Georgia, in pnbUc, on
SAT JSP AT, April 18.U,
ntiASS 33.
To be drawn In ths city of Atlinta. Georgia, in public, on
SATUBDAT, April loth, JSJ.,on me piau tu
Single Numbers
3 290 iri2so i I
More than One Prize to Every Ton
Tickets.
MAGSIPICEST SCHEME,
TO BE DKAWM
EACH SATURDAY IN APRIL.
1 True of.
1
1 "
1 "
1 f
M.0M 1' $50,0C0
20.090 it 29,000
JO 000 Is
1B.O00 i
6.0 0 is
10,000
10,000
6000
6000
5.000
2.600
2,600
S.fcOO
2,600
1
1
1
2,600
5,600
1.000
' 1,000
1,0 0
1,000
1.000
10,000
5,U
100
100
i onun-TTM i-rrriw PRIZES.
4PrixM0f $J23AFrox'tins to $50.000 Priieare $900
4
160
20000
8
12
24
6
SO
30
35
20 are.
10 000
2,eoo
l,0-"0
20
-
prteea amounting to.
, $204,ooe
Whole Tickets, 810; Halves, 9& uu;
Quarters. $2 50,
PLAN OF T5IE LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 to 30 000. corresponding wn a "-
: t'-"rVii. V.,', ata sllns of M-
tnKsandi.acedln one
The' first 218 Prix's, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed in another wheel. . ' ,
P Tbe whe-ls are then revolved, and a number is drawn
I rem the wheel of numbers, and at the same time a Prtee
lidrawn from the other wbl. The Number and Prise
drawn out are opened and exhlbtle.1 to
-ecl.Uredby the Commlrtjers; the Piiie beins placed
arrest the Number drawn This operatioa is repeated
until all the prize an drawn out.
Approximation Prizes. The twnprKediasaad the
rrru,J'"v-' - . , - .
iwo ,Bcc-eilng jumrs w tT , "
j,, tJS,llied 1 1 the 72 Approximation Pilxes, ac-
joking to the scneose. , ,.
r3- Tl,C3,WO Pnaes of $20 will be deUrmtoed bj -t be
iagore of the numb-r that draws the 60.W Frtse.
.".ItVltiTJ.
0. , uhiiikciku" " y
, , wi tled to $0. If the Number eas with
then aH the Tickets where the Lumber end in -
wf ll iw. enutlea to aou mi u w v.
Certtacatea of Packages will be soM at the following
rates, which Is tberi.k:
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets $S0 M
, 10 Half " ........ 48 on
10 Quarter " 20 00
f to Blehth " 10 00
In ordering Tickets or Certtfcates, enclose the money
U our addres- for the Tickets ordred.on receipt of which
they will be forwarded by first mall. Purchasers can
have Tickets end it 3 In any figure they may designate.
The list of drawn numbers and prates will be foiward
ed to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will please write their sign .turts plain, and
give their Post Omce, County and State.
Remember that every Pri is drawn and payable
In foil without deduotloa. ,
J3-All Prii's of $1,000 and under, paid Immediately
afte? the drawing other Prlxes at the usual time ot
thirty days. ...
O- All communieatiaBS strictly confidential.
5-Prlie Tickets cashed or renewed in other Ti'kets
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates of Packages of
Tickets either to ....
ratrS6 S. SWAN Al CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
falior-Sabiitjj Parljiiies-
S. D. TRCEHEART J-it- WOODSO.V,
TUUEHEART & WOODSON,
Manufacturers of Southern Star Cotton Gin,
GERMANTOWN, TENN.,
TKiDtfnrvrif i.t call Ike attention of the public, par-
ji, tKUlarly the Co Ion Plauttr , to Ibrlr GIN MANU
FACTORY, now in successful op ratiou in Ibis place. We
deem It unnmei-ary to pub'i.h any t--tinioolali f the
good performano-s of our Gins, Ib.ugh many coord be
precared of aentlemen nbo are now n-lei ihera men of
bixh repu-aiion as platt-rs. awl wwu'd not be ratisfled
with any but a food Gin ; and we will only add that we
are determined le ,-psn- no pairs or means lo make a
Cotton Uh that win p ae the Planter.
in i.i.n i. ik.. rtn ir franerlv alverti.'o anil sold
for $3 p- r sow. we are n -w attinr uo at improved ityter
at con ideraaie aOJH loisi expew, w u m" --
$3 60 pr saw.
A eamdeoi our Gins can always b fen at MeMrs.
Graham &. Hill's, who are our asents In M mil.
Geatlemen Plasters. end in yuur otirtt wtlh sped a
cations, and th y shall be prompt y atteasM le. A uf
fleMit marenty jfiven la every tale
S3" R-eairlng done with neataeas asd i ateh.
nrar24aw6m
PrnmiTim notton Ginn.
THE attention of Cotton Planters is respectfully caned
ta the above sutierier Gins, manufactured by E. Car
ver it Co., Bast Bridgewater, Mass. Under a recent Im
provement, the Carver tiles are regaroea as isx oesi mw
in general nee ; their spoeriortty neeilsSocomments from
... , I. l . .i . ,il hr.tlns In Lli
I -
i southern coui'ry.
We have en haod Bfty uins, rTBoraotog as xae moereui
sixes and numbers of saws.
Alo 10 and 12 feet ae'mient bolts, washers, .Vc, com
Piete. aH of which we offer to oar frlenda upon the usual
terns and time. GWTNN & GIBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange Bonding.
Memphis. Sept. 23, 1854 tf
WHITLEY'S PATENT PORTA
BLE CIRCULAR
SAW MILLS,
MAHUFACTITRED BT
CIsASSK & AVERT,
St. Lov.it, Mo.
AGE?.T AT MEMPHIS, TENN.,
G. BJicIiEAN.
HAVING taken the Agency for the sale of the above
Circular Saw Hills lam prepared to fill rllorucrs
f.r Mills, with or without the power te drlv them on
the shortest nolioe
Persons wUhlng to purttaje Mills, ami also desirous that
they should be set up and put into operation, can be ac
commodated. We Co nat wish to praise our own work, all we ask of
persons wishing to purchase MH!s is to examine our
work before biylng elsewhere, as we think they will give
us the preference slur such examination. We are sst
isfiedour Mills will aw more lumber, and In better style
iu the same nmsber of boar tban aay other San Mill
now made
Peraous tritsbag to purchase Mills will please .address
me tt Memphis, Tenn. G. McLEAN.
SaiacMBAjS,
BOILER -MAKER.
Black Smith and. Sheet Iron Worker,
Corner front Row and mnckettcr-it.,
MEMPHIS,
-?rrcr, SECOND-HAND Jtillers bought sold.
-liggS' and excbaBRed for new one.. Sheet Iron
wS?VJP-s wo rk don of every oesrnpti9iisncnja i
icSSSStchlmiieys, Brleben, Fire BcdsVfKsapl
Pines, Condensers, roige.-":""'6 "'i'i -
. ... .V..w uu,.i icn nuik Safes. Flrrcro-I Shuts
Gasometers, Cisterns, &e ..... V
N B. Boilers repaired at the shortest notice, and on
Ibe n oet reasonable, term. novlt-dawlv
aiemphis and
Charleston
Railroad.
STAGE "KOT.ICE.
THIS road is now nearly completed only sixteen mile
staging. The Proprletots are running from slxlc
ten Dally Line ot Coaches snd cn put on as many nioie
if required, from terminus to tetmlnus ; and being tlif
only line that bare a through ticket with the Railroad
Company. Pereons will be pa tlcular and not snfler ari
one excet the Mall and Stage Agent of our Campanyti
take the c upons off their through ticket, who wlllb'
found at the end of the road.
For Through Tickets or aeats from terminus to ter
mluus, apply at the Geceral Ticket Office, Commerda
Hotel. SIMS, FICKHN & CO , Proprietors,
maris lm P. M. Pattebsom. Aged
FINE WATCHES.
IN addition to our large stock we have received a lo of
Copenhagen Watches made to our order the finest
Watch ever offered In this market.
feb!5 F. H. CLARK & CO.
Stveet Fotatoes.
ONE THOUSAND BUSHELS best Sweet Potatoes for
ii. at the flrat Ton-Gate on Hemanda Plank Road.
Price $3 per bushel,
marlS-tf
J. T. MITCHELL.
Extension Dining sTalilcs.
MAHOGANY, 'Oak and' Walnut .Extension Tab'cs,
from tea tofourteea feet Itng, jMtecjired and for
'UtW7- McKINNET JVC0.
rIooois
2,600 is
Wu 260 U
a 2 600 is
2 609 Is
2,680 I
. 2 604 is
1,0 0 i
1,1 0 is
1,000 ls.
1,000 Is
i '.. 1,000 is
I n 100 are
( 60 are...
'- 610 ,
" o0 IMI W
" 720 CSh Zi
" 600 A
...so.roo
OK the 1st Jnne. 1S56, the firm herelofftre existing be
tween F. n. CLAHC and A 0. WtlBZACn was dis
solved by mutual consent, r. H. Clark la charged with
toe cii;enieni oi ui ossmesa oi ine late nrm ef F. H.
Clark &. Co. F. H. CLARE.
A. CVTUEIBACn.
xEtvlFraiii.
The anbscribera hae aFtodated themstlres together
under the nru of F. U. CLARK & CO.
F. H. CLARK,
JA3. S. -WILKINS,
TH03. HILL.
.TTT,VTn,r
Itaffordameplsasnro to announce to my friends and I
the pubiie that I have associated with me my former
partner, JAS. 3. WIIXINS," and my well-known assis
tant, THUS, uiuia, uuu.r uii uuuur aiyie or r. a.
CLARK & CO.
The new arm will sun wnn an ecicient force in each
mechanical branch, the Watch department being under the
aupervision of Hr. Wllklns.
Sto k full at all times of the latest fashions, and prices
as lot. as the aame quality and style of goods can be pur
chased In Philadelphia or lew lorr.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me f
during my fifteen years' residence In If empkls, and my
aim will bo to merit Its continuance.
F. H.CLABX.
ESTABLISHED 1841.
"VTTR aim has ben to keep pace with our growing city.
I and fnrnlih those who want Goods la our line with
good articles, and at fair prices. Our assortment, for I la
years, has been but little If any behind our Eastern
cities. It is mare extensive this season than ever. Osr
leading branches are, first
WATCHES,
Of whl-m we have every variety In general nie.
toeethor with a large assortment made to our
order, which for neatness of style and time-keep-
in;, are surpassed By none, in our assortment
will ! found ths Eight Day Watch and the Repeating
Chronometer, giving the time to a minute In the dark.
JEWELRY.
Osr assortment in this Important branch Is kept full
by frequent receipts of all the new styles, whether of
foreign or domestic production.
GWSs GUNS
xr. ,hi branch of enr business a study for
yearn, not only posting ourselves with tegaid to the dif
ferent qualities and merits cf the diaerent styles' and ma
kers, but of the kinds best suitable to our market Our
assortment, fur a number of years, has been large, to
which we have recently made many additions of our own
importation. We can furnish onr customers wnn aiiui
ntJNS from 65 t. $200; RIFLES frta $10 to $100.
Also, the celebrated SHARPK'S RIFLE.
Pistols,
DERRINGER and COLT, of all sliea. Also, a full as
sortment of the kinds ia genera ust.
SILVER GOODS.
tva and Coffee Sets. Pitchers. Goblets. Cups, Castors,
Spoons. Petit, Ladles, with many choice Fancy Articles,
all coin fine.
SILVER PLATED GOODS.
TTm. Castor.. Candlesticks. Tea and CoabeSets.Fperg-
nes, Cake and Fruit Baskets. Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Pitch
ers, Gomeu, uops, wallers, etc.. at
OTJT3jEH.Y.
A fun Assortiuent of PockeH and Table, from the best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OUR HECHANTCAIi BRANCH.
All kinds of Watch Work done in ths most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, ana new maae to orcer.
Engraving.
Plain and Oramental ; Seals for Lodges, Courts, itc,
in any style , Stencel Platei ot all sixes.
DAGUERREANGALLERY,
Prof Eemington, Artist,
Embraces a suit of rooms built expressly for the purpose,
and weare prepared to furnish our customers with first
class pictures in all the various styles.
In building expressly for our business, we have com
bined every convenience fsr the different branches, and
gieatlyre need our expanses, which, with our facilities
and tbeextenles of our business, enables us to sell goods
and do work on the most reasonable terms. Goods cheer
fully shown and fairly rrpr-sented, and we invite all,
both bnyers and the curious, to dropinwiihout ceremony
and examine our stocl. We ksep open house for all.
octie-dawly F. H. CLARE is CO.
THE SPHEREOTYPE.
TnB latent and by far the most important improve
ment in Photography is the recently patented pic
ture knqwn as tbo SPHEREOTTPE, which Is not only
newandtmLkeanyof It predecessor, but greatly sn
prriorje all. The Ephereetjpe la proof against TIME,
air 3a water, and for richness of tone, warmth cf
expression and distinctness has io equal In fact the 11
lusien is such that the. picture, or Image, seems suspend
ed in air, entirely Indep-ndent ef the back ground
For this picture we have the exclusive right for Mem
phis Specimens can be seen in our Gallery, where pic
tures are also taken in the various style, by our Artist,
PROP. REMINGTON,
who oorabin s the Chemist with the Arti.t, which ena
bles him at all times to produce superior Pictures.
F. n. CLARK Jt CO ,
dec3-tf No. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
(on&rfianarirs
PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
Wholesale ami "Retail
CANDY MANUFACTORY,
No. 07 Pront Row.
r- THANKFUL to his friends aad the public
i..5ror ine very niKrai iwirunase exienucu ie
Iiimforthelasteightyears.M.LOUISMON-
TEDONICO begs leave to 'nform the citlxens
and vicinity that he will constantly keep on
or Meuibbis and vicinity that he will constantly keep on
band a large as-ortment of the best Imported Wines
Claret, Port, Madrlra, White, Ave. ; also, Scatca Ale and
London Purt'r.
M. L. Montedomco always keeps on hand a great
variety ot Fancy Caadles and Toys, an assortment of stick
Caidy, Prune in Jar and boxes, Raisins, Grapes, every
kiad of Fruits and Nuts, Pickles, Lobsters, Sardines,
Olives, French and English Mustard, Sugar In loaf and
boxes, Caracao, Maras hiao. Old Wines. Ginger, Pre
serves, Savannah, New York and Boston Preserves. Cat
sup, Prppcr Sauce, Chocolate, Cordials, Syrups. Macca
ronl, VermareHi, the best Havana Cigars, and a great
many o'her articles, too numerous to mention, now offered
lor sale very low, either by wholesale or rtU.
HivlDg. at much expense, secured the services of two
or the rasst experieaced workmen ever in this city, he
flatters blmse-r that he cannot be sarpassel ia arraagitig
and decorating tables for Parties Weddings, A , with
honor te himself and satisfaction to hi customers.
ee21-tr
L. ROCCO,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in
JPtfam and Fancy
CANDIES. CAKES, &C.
No. 2'20 Main-t Odd Fellows'
Mall, Meiupliis, Tenn..
KEEPS conitantly on hand a large assortment of Green
andDryFrn'.ts, Fruits in their own Jnlce. Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobs'r, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cardials, Syrups, fin Wines, Brandies, all
kindi, of Nuts, &c
In connection with this etublishmeat I bare fitted up
in snperlor style an
Ice Cream Saloon,
expressly for the Ladies. A'm Gent ar. -a.oon,
v.here Ice Cream Is served irom A. M. till 12 P. M.
ap27 '
B. PriELOH ...........Wat. rAKItll.
ENTERPRISE WORKS,
PHELOX & FARRIS, Proprietors,
NEAR THE DEPOT OF THE
Mississippi & Tennessee Railroad
MANUFACTURERS of Warons, Plows, Drays, Carts,
Wheelbarrows snd Agricultural Implements gener
ally. Also, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets,
Casings and Base kept constantly on hand for sale, and
made to order at short notice.
AU klada of Wood Turning and Sawing done on the
mtst reasonable terms. W are also doing a general
Building Business, and solicit a call from those intending
to build, as we think we can do their work cheaper and
give better satisfaction than any one else in the city. We
use the best and most approved machinery la the manu
facture of our work, and being both practical mechanics.
we can and will do our wort tetter ana sell it cheaper
ban any other establishment in the city. To all we aay
come and try us. We also do Wrought-Iron Work of
every description make Wrought Shutters for Houses,
&c. All our work is fully guarantied.
July!7-dim:wly
NEW ORLEANS
Direct Importation
or
FRENCH, GERMAN, BRITISII AND HUM
3D3E."3Z" GOODS.
Pk E. REILLY & CO., so long known at the comer
. ot Royal aad Canal streets, beg to say they have re
moved te their la'ge new store No. 126 Canal street, be
tween Royal and Bourbon streets known as Touro Balld
iags, sign of the Golden Flax, where their ample room
and resident buyer la Europe, will enable them t Irep
(the year round) a complete stock In every department.
Also a full line of PLANTATION GOODS of Uie peat
Southern manufacture.
Combined with the above, they will keep at the old
stand, corner Royal and Canal streets, under the oar e ot
Embroidery and Lace Store,
A complete stock of
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
RIBBANDS,
EMBROICERIES,
laACES
And Ladies'! and Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS,
ta suit the Country Merchant as well as the ecru timer.
This latter is a class of bme heretofore unknown in this
market. p. fc K. RKILLT & CO.,
12S Caaal street, between Royal and Bourbon streets,
scpl9-6m Touro Buildings, sign of the GoMan Fl v
Pianos, Ttlclodeons. &c
Attn more on nana, rroni nest ma
kers, including Chlekering & Sons'.
Pianos Tuned, by applying at
fell 4 GEO. FLAHERTY fc BSO'3,
wm
niwas, smm & ccs bulletin
MERCHANTS, PLANTERS, MECHANICS'.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
I1ATVKS, siniTn & CO.,
IMPOSTORS AND DEALERS IX
Hardware,
' ,& 1 AJJLaV J
AKD
AGRICULTDRiL IMPLEMENTS.
Kos. 304 and 300 Main-st.
ALSO AOE2CTS VOX.
"Hening'a" Patent Salamander Safe.
HAVINC now received the greater portion of our
Goods for the SrRING TRADE, by recent arrivals
rom Enropo and the Eastern Cities, we are prepared to
offer greater Inducements to the Merchants, Planters and
MM-hanioiof the Southwest than have hitherto been Of
fered In this market for nroof ef which we respectfully
so.lcit the inspection of onr stock and prices. In view of
this, we have placed ourselves in a position to offer such
Inducements to thoie who may visit Memph a for the pur
noMof makine their rurchas's. as will detsr them from
seeking anoiner ntarKii, so rar at least aa our
concerned. To folly carry out this object we have made
nrmii,ni.miiriKimiviih th. best manufacturers In
England and in this country, to bo rrgalarly supplied
with a full stock of Go)ds In our lino, and will furnish
those who tray favorus with their orders, with gaodsat
as low figures as any bouse In the country,.soum or n i.
Our stock comprises
For the Country Trado.
Boiled and Charcoal Iron Castings,
Boston, Philadelphia and Wheeling Nails,
Hunt's and Colllas' Axes and Hatchets,
Log, Trace, Stay and Stretch Chains,
Bright and half bright casutcel Hoes,
Caststeel polished rtveted-eye noes.
Oil root and steam bent llames,
Hog skin Collars, horse and mule.
Cotton, wool and J im Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jute Cordage,
Thread and common cotton Rope,
Plow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes Lines, &.,
Louisville, Cincinnati and New Terk Slf tars,
Nova Scotia and B-ved Grindstones,
Ames' caststeel Shovels and Spades,
Rowland's and Cn's Shovels and Spades,
VaWe and Pocket Cutlery, all p.tternt,
Locks, Litches. Hinges, Ac,
WH1 Wheels and Well Butkets.
Together with every at tide suited to the trade of th
country mrrcrant. in tue
Agricultural Dcnartnisnt
We hue made the best selections from the most approved
manufacturers of every article necessary for tea pianim:
coincinnlty, tnclodlnj
Cotton. Cane aid Grub noes.
Cane Knlres, and Briar Hooks,
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fin MLls, Corn Mills. Com SheHers,
Corn and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutters,
Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, c,
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent an.' oommou Churns,
names, Ool:ars, Slrg ctrees, 3cc,
Pruning Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements ot all kinds,
Hall It Spear's wrought and cast Plows,
Allen's Cotton Plows and Scrapeis,
Together with a full stock of the "celebrated Avery and
Livingston &. Co Plows, which hava for several yean
past given such universal satlsfacl Ion. We are fully pre
pared to keep always on nana a large siecc oi iitesc
Plows together with the extra Points and Oasttngs, so as
to be able to supply eur planters with them at all times.
In the teli ci Ion of our stock ot Goods lu the
Mechanical Department
We have psld most particular attftlou to the interests
of our mechanics We have selected such goods as are
best suited to this market, and can safely guaranty satis
faction ts all.
Our stock in this department Is full and complete,
comprising In
Duildin? Materials
Greenwood's celebrated Kiuges,
Greenwood's Axle Pnllles and Shutter Fastaiags,
Pearl White ml Mineral E.c.b Locks and Latches,
Close and EUctro-Plated " " "
Cottage, Rural and Mortise " " "
Front and store deor " " "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self-shutting door and Gate Hinges and Latches,
Bolts and Hooks. Nails. Brads. Screws, kc.
This departmen . la our business is under the special
auDerrlslou of one of the partners, who has fsr many
years, In this city, given lt his careful attention, and be
lieving that mis branch ol our business requires more
than ordinary care, both in the selection at the goods
and In filling orders, he is determined to use bis bst en
deavors to keep uch goods as shall please all our me
chanics, and will hold every inducmeut to raerltthilr
patronage
We would call n irticnlar attention to our stack of Tools.
the quality of all which we can f ally goaraBty, compris
ing In
Carpentt-r's Tools
Union Factory Plane i, Rules, Ax.,
Spear & Jackson's nand and Pannell Saws,
Butcher's cast steel Chisels and Files,
Earl Smith &. Co.'s Files,
Wethrby's Chisels and Draw Cnlves,
Cam's celebrated " "
Spirit Levrls, Roles and Guages,
Aufers, Auger Bltts Screwdrivers, Ac.
RIacksmitli's Tools.
Peck's Louisville Billows,
Newcumb's New Tork BHIows,
S lid Box and Parallel Vices,
Armltage's Mousrhote Anvils,
Colry's warranted Anvils,
Hand and Sledge nammers,
Blacksmith Tongues,
Farriers, namaieis, Knives and Pteears.
Tinners' Materials.
Best Charcoal Tin Plate 1 C.
. 41 "IX
" Leaded Roofing Plate 'l C,
Bar Tin, Sprit re, fcc.
Iron Brass and Copper Wire,
BottCoppr, Soldering Irons, Ac,
Tinned and Crazier Sheet Copper.
Boikd and Charcoal Sheet Iron.
Russ imitation, Russ. and Galverotaed Ires,
Bar Lead. Rivet. Copper Tacks. &.e.
We would also call the attention of RaUrtad and Levee
Contractors to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, Ame' Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines. Slattccks, Picks. &c.
navinz a thorough knowledge of our business in all lis
branches, we are determined to give it our entire atten
tion, aal shall attend personally to all the orders, and to
the transaction of our business in every particular, and
by so doing flatter ourselves that we can give satisfac
tion. UAWKS, 3M1TU & l'U
frbl S0 and ISA Maln-tt
TO 11-1 l-l JbrJ HTiIO:
Tho Madison Street
, , ,. , , .
OaSIl, DOOr aTJCl XllHu X aCtOrV.
I ........... ..
rnnE understlgad has taken the stand recntly oceu
JL rid by Moore i Halstead, over the Planlnc Mill of
Whipple. McCullagh h. Co., and is prepared to fill all or
ders for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Framte, Casings, Mould
ing!, Mantles, Ac
Particular attention paid lo dressing and ripping Lum
ber, forth Carpenters and Builders.
JanSS-dSm R. Y1RGTESOX.
ICES!
9
M
BOHLEN, WILSON
&
CO.,
TAKE this method of returaiog thanks to the cltUeca
cf Memnhis for the patronage heretofore extended
to them, at-dwillfeel grattfc to a!l those who feel dis
posed to continue la tug lun ironv mem ui cooling
season.
We are row receiving our usn 1 very large supply.
Our price to families will be one cent per pound. We
will also furnish bv the cak at the same
Our contract with the Whattboat having expired, we
are now prrptred to f Ornish steimbeats by the q-iantity
at lerrntr-ave ten's per hundred. All orders Mi at the
City Ice Honse, Ga Mala street, or at iha Meat Store of
Robert Marshall, on Howard' Row, will be promptly t-
tndea to. marn-im
JACOB HECKTOLD,
CORNER OF CHICKASAW AND JACKSON-STS
2VXoxxLTp2aAa, Tonn,.
TEALR In Ale. Porter. Cldir and Wines of all ilad
XJ manufactured by the most celebrated estallh-ntab
In the United States. For ssle, Wholesale or netaii
From my long experience in the business (twelve yet'soi
which has been In the city Cf Memphis) 1 ns r mysei
with the gcirantj I hav had f.oct my old customer
that my exertions have been appreciated by thrni.
July27-dawtf JACOB BKCHTrtl.n.
" IjOSTo
I THIS day lost In M mpbls, and as I believe, cn Wash.
Ington street, a small memorauda-be.k, aad $1000 0
Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip.
No. 1013 for $ 40
No. 1014 for SoO f J14
issued in September, IS56, and payable at Pine Ji-uC.
Thla is to notify the finder who the owner Is, and to girt
all persons notice not to purchase th- sime A proper
compensation will be given by me to the finder oa Jeliren
to me.
nov2-tf THOMAS JAMWt
For Sale Low to the Trade,
K.ff KEGS Balls
tJUU 350 pieces best Power and Hand Loom Bsgglug
200 c Us Machine Rope;
50 coils Manilla Rope;
100 pounds Twiae.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLKTT
eov2 21 Freot Row
33 JXCZ O XT -3- Xa
or the
NEW DRUG STORE.
WK take pleasure In Informing the citltens of
Memphis and the public generally that we have re
moved ear stock of Drug to the corner of Mam aad
Union t reels, and will take pleasure la accommo
dating all wko may favor ns with a Call.
W are also In receipt of a full supply of fresh and gen
ulaeDrngs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, fcc
Particular attention paid to filling of Prescriptions at
all hoar of day and night.
Attf R. JOTNER fc CO.
Chamber Furniture.
BEAUTIFUL black enameled, plain and ornamental
Oak Chamber setts, Jest received br
McKlNNET fc CO.,
Janl7 192 Main strect
WANTED,
A SITUATION as Bok-Keeper br Shipping Clerk, by a
Young Man from bt
Louis. Good reference given.
Address
C. H. MARTIN, P. O.
Ianl7
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENCY.
FROM and after the first nf January, 1837, the under
slgaed offer his service to the Mercbaata, Hechaa
les and Professional Men of Memphis, as a Collector f
Notes and A-counts. "
All Papers placed In my hand wl'l be secured by re
ceipt and endorsement.
Arrangements made with bcslness boosts by the year,
or for a stipulated per cent.
Letter addressed to me through the Post OSe, or left
at my offlc, Northwest corni r of Main aad Adam streets,
up stairs, will receive prompt attention.
decll-3m J. MARSHALL WOODWARD?
Netv Furniture.
McXINNEY & CO. have lately recelv
ed a considerable Iot ot fine FURNITURE
from New York and Boston, to which
they invite the attention of purchaser.
at 192 Msln Street, Memphis. Jan 17
I -Wry a -A-te -an -w - & a Pg- I f 'ft ttt . A fTl! iitTTIf aT A rVllAVfl I
TO MERCHANTS.
V TTB respectfnlly tan your attention to our extensive
T y stock of Hardware, cutlery, auns, yreacn winaow
Glass, Nails, Castings, Metals, and aU other articles In
tot line suited to the trade ot this aeeilea t country
most ot which ha either been lmpsrted by tu direct from
Europe, or selected from the best factories lu America by
our partner resident In the East.
The recent addition of another stor to our premises.
enabled ns to establish a conv.nlent
iraOUSSAtB SAMPLE ROOM.
entirely disconnected from the retail branch t our trade.
aad we feel assured that Merchant will consult their own
Interest by looking into this room and making their se
lections. None but good and punctual men need apply.
unless accompanied with the cash.
LOWNK3. ORGILL fc CO.,
IX and It Front Row.
Jan New York Office, 41 Piatt street.
SUPERIOR FISHING TACKLE!
f KNTLEMEN who desire to provide themselves with
JT a good outnt for
Summer Pishing,
Are Invited to call and select from our new and rare
tUck, the following articles of the chi leest styles and
qualities :
waning (.ane uoas, assorted patterns
French Rods, S, 4 and 5 joint ;
English Rods, 3, 4 acd 5 Joint-:
Artificial Files, Minnows, Mac, and every other
varitty of Arunciai uau ;
German Sliver anj Brass Reels, SatU Books
Sandwich Boxes and Dram Flasks I
Line of Silk, Linen. Sta Grass and Cotton.
ALSO, a complete stock, comprising every slxe of
Holyoake's Superior Cart Steel, Limerick, Chettertown,
Virginia, s.iroy aLd varusie
JPISXT TIOOEj3 I
LOWNE-t, ORGILL At CO.,
mar27 13 and 14 Front Row. Mtmphls, Tenn,
CUMBERLAND
TENNESSEE IRON.
XTTK have Just received frota the Cumberland River a
V fall assortment and heavy stcck at the
Celebrated "Stacker" Iron!
Including Wagon and Bandy Tire, Plough and Scraper
Slabs, asserted Plough Moulds, Horse-shoe, Nail-rod,
Round, Square, Oval, Half-oral, Scrap, Ac, Jic., of every
reaulred dimensions, Alf j
Warranted Bellows, solid bex (and other) Vices, Mouse-
hoi Anvils Sledge and Hand Hammers, amtms- longs.
Stocks and Dies. Flat, Square and Octagon Cast Steel,
English and American Blister, uennan steel, Borax,
Horse-nails, For'awe Forges, he, a. Apply tv
LOWNE3, ORGILL & CO.
Jan4 and 14 Front Row
JPlGuaJis.9 S'louglis:
TUSTE'ceiicU, heavy shipments of Ploughs, embracing
O various sires of "Livingston I'-ounty," amongst wmcn
are several hundred ot the celebrated No. 11. Also Double
Mould-board, Sub-toil, HlU-side, Harrows, Cultivators,
and an endl.ss variety -f and necessary Agricultural and
Horticultural implements fer particulars of vhich, tee
our Illustrated Catalogue, fcrnuned jreii at oar store.
LOWNES, ORGILL 1c Co.,
Jaal 13 and 14 Front Row.
"EYERY MAN His OWN SUGAR
PLANTER."
CHINESE SUGAR CANE.
THIS Cane will grow on any land suitable for corn. It
vleWs 500 gallons cf superior yrup to the acre, and
will d rod uce fifty thousand pound of foddr. It aia
rineci two cross of seed la one season, ana is tne mosi
valuable cro brergat to this country slace the Introduc
tion of cotton.
. n.n nnantttv of the above valuable seea oa cen-
.l-ument. and in nackazes each containing sufficient seed
to rdant hlf an acre, at SI 25 per package. For further
particulars see pamphlets, furrt'hed gratis by the agenta.
lAjn AEa, UKUILO, t W.,
Ieb7 Nos. 13 and 14, Front Row.
RICH'S
Fire - Proof Safes
T t
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS!!
AT the great fire which broke out in Warren aad Murray
streets, New York, 9th November latt, wheie prop
erty to the amount of
600,000 ! !
was destroyed, several of these Safe's were tested with
results similar to the following :
New Tobx. Nov. ii. ie.
MJt. EaiTOR : In the fire at Ne. 39 Warren-street, on
th.mornlnz ef the 9th Inst., our meat valuable boots and
papers were eiposed for 3 hours in on of Steam at
Marvin' Fire-Procf Sates.
xc m.-w fin. nrnnf. not because thev are ao labeled, out
because we have o proved them. Our book and papers
came out uninjured, save the binding cf the books,
afnned bv steam.
Our store was live stones aoove ground, ana two su
rles below, cccnsled from cellar to garret. The intensity
ot the heat can be attested by aay fireman who witnessed
It.
No furnace could be contrived by the ingenuity er man
la create a more intense beat. We voluntarily give this
tribute to the vslne ef these Safes, and select yonr widely
circulated commercial Journal to inform the mercantile
community what estimate to place upon Stearns & Mar
vin's wilder Patent Salamander safes.
Resnectfnllr.
HAVILAND. HARREL fc r. IS LET,
Whakssle Druggists.
Tn thiirnnnexlea the Manufacturer write us: "Webave
made these Safes over 14 yea s have sold over 9 600
Had 215 tested la accidental fires in the united states ana
Canada, aid never yet had a customer to lose a dollar by
fire from one of them. Wo think they have earned a high
reputation, as they sre readily sold here lapreference lo
ether Safe's at 25 to 50 pr cent-less price." A full stock
kept constantly ea band by
LOWNES. ORGILL fc CO.
Agents for Stearns fc Marvin.
M. A. ALEE C. AI'SOSALD.
allen & Mcdonald,
Commission, Grocers and Forwarding
1VT 33 jE. C OEC a. 1ST T S ,
CI T 4- J- '.3 n A A imfs
UbCaiUUUctb SX AVdAJJLUcVU JTAgCUbS,
37 Front Row, Meiupliis, Tenn.
mar!9-dw
O KTENTT-F1VE THOUSAND pounds Bulk Perk, fer
Q sals by maris ALLKX a- jcuusalu.
rpWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT kegs Leaf Lard, for
JL sale by mtl9 ALLEN fc MCDONALD.
mHREE HUNDRED barrels Flour, for ile bv
I raarl9 ALLEN & MtDONALD.
M1WENTT hhds. Sugar, for sale bv
I m.r!9 ALIXN fc McDONALD.
n two HUNDRED sacks CefiVe. far sale bv
1 miM9 ALLEN fc MCDONALD.
rST. HUNDRED barrels aad half barrels Melasses. for
KJ sale by marl 9 ALLEN fc MCDONALD.
TTUFTYhalf barrels Golden Sirup, for sale by
J mr!9 ALLEN fc MeDONALD.
TJUYE nUNDRED boxes, half and quarter boxes. Star
X' Caadle, for ale by
marl9. ALLEN fc McDONALD.
rpWO HUNDRED barrels and halt barrels Whisky, for
i sale oy uiiw awu.-.i.'.
niFTT barrels Crackers, for sale by
Jj marl9 ALLEN fc McDONALD.
100
CAStS assorted Cordials, for sale by
H. II POTTRR. Mam street.
mart
Third d xr North Worsdaa Houe,
l Afl CASES Pure Juice Port Wise, for tale by
1UU H. n POTTER. Main street,
marl
Third door North of Worsham House.
100
mtrl
OASES Hosteller's Bitters, lor sale by
n. n POTTER, Main stieet,
Third Coor North of Worrham Hoaee.
"NE HUNDRED THOUSAND, low p:Ice Cigars, for
J sale by
H. H. POTTER. Mala etreet,
marl
Third door Notth of Worebaoi House.
Just Received.
n tr BASKETS Crerae de B.uxy Champ tee Wise.
AL t) H. H. POTTER. Mala atn et.
feb!9 Third dcor Nirth Worsham House.
Pittsburzli Ale.
TUSTiecelved, 300 bWs. Sailth's suptrisr Plltshurgh
J Ale. n. H. POTTER.
ArrlK Vain-. 11 door North Wursham Hons.
Smoker, Attention!
TUTT received, 180,000 Cigars, ranging la price from
J $10 to$40 a thousand, by
H. H. PQTTKR,
deelit Mm-t.. 3? Vmr N--rlh WirvHm nrniM
JUST RECEIVED 200 ease Blackberry Brandy, ar.il
for sale by H H. POTTER, Malnt,
marS Third loor North of Worsham of Houee.
TWO HUNDRED bW Pittsburgh Ale. Ia slere aad for
sale ty n. H. POTTER. Mala st reet.
m,rt Third door North of Worsham House.
NE HUNDRED cases B-xth fcSedgewlckLondoa Cor-
J dial Gin, la atore and for falehy
n. H. POTTER. Mala street.
marl
Third iloor North of Woi sham House.
Bootli & Scdgwiclc's London Cor
dial Gin.
1 Aft CASES rcceired and for sale by
IUU J. BOTD fc CO.,
marlO-dlm No. 170 Malu-st.
Law-Aliidin-.
1 AA Gross Wine Bottles, warracte to hold oae quart,
iUU s'andard measure ;
60 Gross Quart Flasks, for sale by
marlO-dlm J. BOYD fc CO.
For Connoisseurs.
BBLS. OldMonongabela Whliky
25 bbls. Pure Bourbon Whisky ;
25
6 half pipes Brandy, (direct Importation) ;
6 quarter casks pure Port Wine, (direct Importa
tion); 6 quarter casks Brown Sherry Wine ;
5 " " Madeira Wine,
Received aad for sale by
marlO-dlm J. BOYD fc CO.
Pickles.
a rr CASKS assorted Plckles.Just received and for sale
iOU or oarlO dim J. BOTD fc CO.
Demijohns.
on A ASSORTED ilxes, 'received aad for sale by
OUU marlO-dlm J. BOTD fc CO.
Sundries.
inn BBLS. Dean -Whisky;
IUU 50 " Aaieflcaa Brandy ;
10" Peach Brandy;
60" Harris Ale;
100 boxes Cheese;
Also, a general assortment of Groceries. In stor. snd
for ssle by raarlO-dlml J. BOYD fc Ort.
ROOMS TO LET.
t TRS. C. E. SATTERFIELD, corner of Madison -and
lVl Second streets, can accommodate several families,
slM Day Boarders. TauSl-d3rs
FOR SALE,
TWO DR.VYS also two Dray Licenseswhich )ave eight
and nlns months to run. Apply to
ftb4-tf GWYNNR fc 'SIBSON.
MERCHANTS, PEDLARS. AND
MARKETERS are ssUcited to engage la Vuylng Rags
throughout the country, and those who engage attt
will Increase their business, aad I will buy, ill they bring.
. W. 3. WHITE IM AN.
p-ly Csas. Da tyis, Agent.
LlSl' OF LATE PUBLICATIONS
ros. sale bt
Cleaves V teuton.
THE Artist's Bride; cr.Ts Pawnbroker's Heir, by
Emenon Bennett, author of "Prairie Flower." he.
Old Haan, the Pawnbroker; or. The Orphan's lagacy;
A Tale of New Tork, rounced on facta ;
Inquire Within for Anything You Want to Know ; tr.
uver xnree anoasauu aou xizu uiuiarta ract
worth knewlnz;
The Golden Legacy: A Story of Life' Phase, pro
nounced to be oa of the best novel written by a
lady;
A Th-ee-Fold Test of Modern Spiritualism; byWiHiam
R. Gordon, D. D.J
SUverwood; A Book of Memories;
KathieBrande; A Fireside History ef a Quiet Life;
The Poetical Work of Horace Smith and James Smith ;
author of the "Rejected Addresses," with Por
trait and aHofrapaieal Sketch ; edited by EpeaSsr-
sent :
Parlor Dramas; or. Dramatic Scene for Home Amuse
ment ; by wm. a. rowie.
marie OLBAVE3 & GUI0N.
New and Popular Novels and Tales,
TCST received aad for ! by CLEAVES k GU10N.
J Ivor ; A Love Tale, in two volumes, by Mis Sewetl.
Violet ; or, Tht Crot and th Crown, by Mis Mclatonb.
Heaey Ljle; or, Life and Existence, by the Daughter or
the late Captain Marryatt.
The O'Brien and the O'Flahertys ; A National Tale.
Paul Pane; or. Part tt a Lift etso untold, by N. Parker
Willi.
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee.
The Quadroon; er, A Lover' Adventures ta Louisiana,
by Capt. Mayne Reid.
Marryicg too Late, by George Wood.
Vera ; or Th War ot the Peasants, aad The Canscript.
The Lien of Flanders; er the Battle ef Geklea Spurs.
Count Harce ot Craenhove, Wooden Oiara and the Til
lage Inn-Keeper.
The Curse ef the Village, The Happiness ot being Rkh,
and Blind Rosa.
The Miser, Rlcketicketack, and The Poor Gtatleman,
Little Dorrltt. By Cbarka Dickens,
f ehWaw CLEAVES fc GU01N.
Inquire Within for Anything
you n ani 10 Know.
rp HZ most useful and extrar-rdinary volume ever ytt
l issueu mm tnepr-ss. as it compn-es an toe laier-
matioacontaU.ed In a doxen of any other book of infor
mation that have been hitherto prlated.
This book, as It title imports, w.n giv you correct lu-
fermattenoa every possible subject that yoa ere- hard
or thought of : whether you doire ta make love V, a pret
ty girl, or cook a dinner to start business to maze money
to dress with taste to tie any kind of a knot to cur
a head-ache to make Potochmaale Vases, and other
fancy employmfi-ts for the ladies In short, te d every
useful thing that can be thought ef or lrrtmeti. n you
want to learn mechanically bow to do a lrttl ef evry-
thlug that Is useful, buy it. As a bock to keep In the
familr for reference. It Is nnronaled. eompritses as K
does all kinds at Information In a single volume. Neone
can poi'lMy be disappointed who gives a dollar ana a
quarter fer It. For sale by
maria-i ll&aiao a uvio.i.
Webster's Private Correspondence,
TTTITH Autobiography and Personal RemialeceBCe',
VV containing al.oa Biographical notice of EsekM
Webster. Two vols., oro.
A new Life of SummerfleM, by William W. WBlett ;
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet l.ee, ia two volumes ;
The Miser, Rliketicketack, ami the Peer Genii. maa;
Three Tales la one volume by Hendrkk CocoHSdenee ;
Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow complete in two
volumes.
New Juveniles.
The Cutaways; or, th Adveatnre of a Family ?la tae
Wilds er Africa, tuestraieu.
The Play-Day Book, New Stories f r LHtle Folks, by Fan
ny Fern;
Chanticleer, A Thaskigivlng Stry of the Prafcedy Fami
ly, by uorneiins Ma.aews, wna juusiraitoas, ay
Dar,ev : '
Oar Grandmother's Sterie., snd A oat Kate's Fireside
Memories. Just received snd fer sale by
Jaa24-daw CLEAVES fc GUlON.
DOESTICKS AGAIN.
THE History aad Becerssof the Elephaat Club; com
rUed from Authentic Documents now ia the posses
sion of the Toological Society, by Me, Kaight Rum Ock
If D . and Me. Q. K- Philander Deestkki, P. B.
This being the veritable and veraeioos history of the
tings and mlsdoirg cf th Klepaat,t Cluo. w itn
minute and particular narrative ef what they did. Te
which is ad-lid a complex and elaborate deriptiea of
what they did'nt. Containing also, the exultaat record
ot their memorable success in eveataally obtainiBt each
aad every one. A ngiu oj ine entire ana unaauueracn
Animal, from the primitive balr cn bis atteaaated pro
boscis to the last link of his symmetrical tail.
The Humors of Faleonhridgi-: A Collect ioa of numer
ous aad Every Day Scenes By Johaathan F. KeUey
LakeNgaml; or. Expieratlcns and Dlcoverta oaring
Fonr Tears' Wanderlsgs In the Wilds of Seathwestera
Africa, with aumerous Elastratlons, repr sentiog Sport
lag Adventures, Subjects of Natural History, Devices fer
destroying WUd Anlmsls. fcc.
Beaumarcnals ant m limes, aaeicnes ox iromi
I gojietrln the Eighteenth Century, from Unpublished
I Docum.nts.
Little Dorrit. By Charles Dickens, wota ii yiper
booed. For sale by ,
Jaal-law - CLKAVE3 av guioa
tStoattonaL
FREESE & FLOWERS'
NEW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
No. 338 aiain Street,
Bet. Uaia aad Gayoso,
jvasTTVLAr' t-i rt$9 rvzmsrjsr..,
IS now open for the reception ef students, cveryinms
that is taught ia any Institution ef a similar kind In
tho United Statea can oe learaeu uv ui
braces Single sad Double Entry Book-Keepieg, Penman
ship, Commercial Law, Commercial Forms and Calcula
tion, Banking, Whol'sale and Retail, Commission,
Steamboit, Manufacturing, fcc
Students are not taught In classes ; they are In! true ted
Individually and si pal atel ; so there will be ne detention
ca account of classe. It takrs but a few weeks t com
plete the cow e.
1 he hours of Instruction will be from 9 to 12 A. M.. and
from 2 to 6 P. M. Also, Evening Lessons from 7 to 9.
TERMS:
For full course, Urns unlimited.. ...........
$35 00
45 00
16 SO
5 00
For partisl coarse......
For Penmanship, Hint urmemeu .....
Far " twenty lessoas.. .........
For further particulars, a!resa
FREKSE fc FLOWERS,
feblO-Cm Propriety
Gollierville Male Academy.
THIRD SESSION begins FIFTH .f JANUARY, and
continues twenty-one weeks.
uPnCTjJLtry-.
J. B. STAMPS, Principal. KaOwh.
J. CLAYTON. A. M., Ancient Languages.
G. R. BRIDGES, Steward.
TEOMI, DWE AT CLOSE Or SEJSIOX.
Orthography, Reading and Wrllrag $ 8 00
English Grammar, G-ograpby and Arithmetic.... 10 DO
Phttosopbv, Chemistry, Astronomy, fcc 15 60
Mathematics and Ancient Languages 20 00
Board. Including all contlcgeutexpeases per month 9 00
Student charged from time of matriculating to dose
of session, and no deduction except for protracted illness.
Jsnl-w3m
j- Endnlrtr copy.
COLLIERTILLE FE3IALE COLLEGE,
Incorporated in 1850.
THE furtb Session will bgla the SECOND DAT oj
FEBRUARY, and continue twenty-one weeks.
W. H BENNETT, A.M., M.D , President. Ancient
Languages.
t Mrs. E. BENNETT. Governes. Vocal aad Iastrmuenial
Music.
Miss M ATILDA KOEN, E. L. M., English LHeralar.
J. B. STAMPS. Steward
Tmi Payable at the dose of Each Settion
I Primary Department St" 00
Academic Is "9
Collegiate " '0 00
Masie, with use tf Iastruurat..... w
Incidental Tax 1 68
Board, including all eentingrnt expeas- vt month 10
No extra charg for Ancient Lantuatrrs.
Student charged from time of matricalalNi: t cl-ee of
session, aad no deduction except fer tudroctnl Ha.
The President aad Lady board iu Catk-xe, rn alt pu
pils eu be accommoilated. Janl-w3m
jjr Enquirer copy
T O B A.C CO!
8 8 0,000
ttte have la
aiere aad are con tanllr revlvh-it the
VV i
rnont celebrated brands of TOBACCO In-m Vr tna.
Kratncky an-1 Mlsourl, which we elt at bmhuIm-U r'
prices. We w.uldcall attention to lb. rettVwlag bcda:
Trotter' Rough aad Ready TwL-t ;
Pace' ' " "
Walker fc Co.'a " "
nHand'. Extra Pancake;
Mohican, pounds ; Whit TunstaH, poed ;
Pjcahontas ' Emtaa Adaws "
Bigg H Mm' "
Parkins " Satheriln's "
Persian Smoking Tobaccn.
SEAPROOK fc CARSON.
feb21-6m Madison street, tu iloois from JUla.
K. J. B.L. WINN
HAS REMOVED H13
Saddle ani Harness Manufactory
To Jfe. 331 aiala-st, opposite Square. Keeps corjtaat-
ly on hand aad for sale
Coach, Somerset, Whips ef all kind,
Break, Sbatlur, Blind Bridles, .
Buggy, Flats, Riding Bridles,
Carryall, Ssaalsh, Saddle Bags,
Wagon and Side and Medical Sags,
Plow Wagon Traveling Bags,
HARNESS. SADBLK3 . fcc, fcc, fcc
Saddlery Hardware, Saddle Tree, Band, Sole, Upper,
Harness, Skirting and Bridle Leathers ; Trace Chains,
Hames. Gin Band, fcc mar29-dswly
T"ujst Recd.
200 C4i"r-TUn"r Broth"' Celebrated Ginger
SO cases Blackbery Brandy ;
25 " Pare Juice PortWlat;
60 " assorted Cordials.
H. H. POTTKR,
dc27 Mala-tt.. M door north of Wa"hn Han
City Tax Payers.
CITY TAX PAYERS ar natltted that the Tax Book for
the current corporate year ia now made oat, and
will be kept at the office of the Mayor, where all persons
Interested art earnestly Invited to call aad settle,
ftbjl JOHN NSWSOM, City Tax Col.
jEX XX 2r2. 21a 33 "S" J3
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARILLA,
AWARDED 21st OCTOBER,
jliAeicif end only oenulne e&aipomd n ' nn
now prezemea a me yueac. ;
LOUISVILLE AKNUAL EXH1B1TI0
THIS wonderful preparation, so Justly --1
the American people, has now teeoay
remedy ot the age. The afSKted bear pnwrcsrr
marvelous properties, and the nchiyp-v J-ni.ijc3lj)C
exhausted suRerer rejoice there Is he-j'a I ioi; ,
failed. Out ef the hundreds ot cafafcjggSapt'ttg
Mlsalsslppt, Alabama, WIseaslB,M ,
Kentucky, K ba never la a single . f J Z
t fall, aadwtU cure.beyoBd all den' ' .d7. -2S
DypepU wo 2Jcx07C2jLe
Inuigestten, rtf -'
ulaor King' Sr8, 5r
fecttea of the Bone. SypbtUs.
Debility, Habit nil Costivcaees, Eryaipe
last Puhaeoary Diseases. Liver Ooeaaialst
Pile. Female IrregvlartUes, Flataia, SklB SisenS
Diseased Kidavys, aad as a great aad pow
ertct Taaic, parif yiec the fiitod,
and iBTiseratljig the
entire System.
This medielBe, tbesgh prepared at great exbea-. 1
nevertheless within tae reach of peer a weH as rtofc. a&d
looked apoa by the eeaamuity aa the greatest Utaislsg
evereeaferred ea nssaiinil.
Dr. T. A. HVBLET'3 Maaofactery. caraeroff atDth
aad Gretna streets iMssville, Ky.( where aH eclet
must be addreaaed.
Fer a)e by H. F. FARN3 ORTK A CO.. and CHAN
DLER & CO., Memphi, Tenneesee, aad Drilits
threagheat the UnitMi State and Oaaadas.
Price $1 per aottle, er six fer $5. tsffll-dawly
Purify yonr EIoo
-I f
THE CONCENTRATED FLUID EXZRAS7T O fZL
LOW DOCK Is the sovereica reratay tor atl Heroa-
rial AOectioBs, Scrotal, Swellinc ef the Joasts, ithea-
uatism, Hz. Asa Liver Medictae, it aas a eaeaai. ns
alterative effect ea the systeas, ht aalWaa to Ms befcic a
purely Vetetabie Freparatam, adaata It W .aBte.t aay
Chronic ASeetioB where as altera live ateaMsie ii re
quired. Fer Ersptloas oa the 3k la, Old Ulcers, Byapep.
ala, and ervuas Moadacae, it has aa sactfai oost-
petitor atBong tk BotrusM of tae day. At t I'tneit
iledicinei! tritf be Jarind. rnvtihieale.
23 Fersaleoalrbr CHANBUaS & 0)
ept-iavly Drusxists aad Apotheeirwl.
Odd Pellowa' Han Mock. Masxyats.
CHANC2RY SALE OF A
VALUABLE BRICK RESIDENCE-
PURSUANT a a lVcrae of the Chancery Cosrtef Mtaa
phin, nullum lathe e of Wm. A. McfcJMd w.
Walter Cemui aad other;, I win. ea
Thursday, April 28d, 1857,
iafreato: arsSo, in the city f Mcaaahla, proceed t
ben te the higaeet batarr a
Valuable Lot and Uesidenee,
in the crty ef Mesaakt. situate ca the Soaeaeast asraer
of Waahatan mA Tirj tre.t ., truing ta Taaretear?
tairt, fet, aad nsaalng back and frontin- ta Wa leiwia
toa street one batsfired and tony-eizat feet two t.ioai
The laaate waaiate caatsat of a sarae three-. tavy BsM:
Kuldmace, aeeeaiJr erected, aa ezalaett Csaacrn, aad
taer lsaawoveascais, all ic goed onarr aad condltisc.
rermt tj saw Taree taoasasM Mart- lm aa faai m
eaa. aaliarw ia two -qua! latirmfls, at six -3d itnrtw
moath freot dy ef sale, wlih intereal treat elate par-
etMSi-r te extcu.e tote w-th aperoved security. H,ma
Ilea barred. JOHN C. LAXlEit,
mar25-dawtd Clerk and Maar.
CHANCERY SALE OF
Valuable Real Fsate
A.D IMPROVEMENTS IN
SOU'x'2 JW' h2J13Etri YrSs.
PURSA7AXT to a d-cree el the Chaao-ry Ce-rt a: Meat
net, r-ndrred N jTesabex Term, 186a. ia tae cwa (
Wl Ham E Bail -r . Jaaxes Jsaaks, Kltiabtlh Itaak.
aad etae , I will oa
Thursday, April 23, 1S57,
la front of ra fflj in the city ef MeTaphii, pruCied a
eH to the hbtsot baMer,
A Valuable Lot and Besideaw in ?. jlaLfkie,
Situated oa the coraer et Shelby aad Ovavaaa its at.
Seat lot beiag boaatb d a follows :
Bgtnalag at a stake at the petnt where tae we t sMe
et Shelby atrett ItWnH the ssttia sktr af Orevtmi
street, running thence ; urthwisaty with Sattasy ttn-et
271 feet, toaa alley; thence west with saa atavy IPO
to the northeast corner of a !t owned by A. F Lava
lett; tlea seath 271 feet to OvertoaMre; thiaaawfih
Overtea treet 104 fe to the barjanbas tijaiaT'r wt h
all the icaprsweaa-at thieon CDaauUtaf .of a caraaarta
Me Framed ReeMeace Mat.Tr' nawtsrvi meat.
Trmn or Siur The above Bwataoaeel Let a. id Iri-
I wo-cts "ww be sold
sold ea a creeat seven, twetce aan
Tt JBteen ataiu w rt,u.i
intalBwats, the parck iser t
execute saiisf actory Boles lor tar purchase aaaaey. R
d.matleB barr-d. JOHN C. LAXIBK,
rair22-dawtds Clerk aad Master
CHANCERY SALE OF
VAIiUABLE IiAID
Near Memphis.
PVRSOANT te a mere ef taeCaaaeery Oaart st Mesa
Ms rtwlered Nereaaber Ttosa la6, ia a
B. F. MHler aad A. Maaey. adiBtAnaae at W. W.
Miller, ifeeM, r. The lie lit aad Cftidttata t taM XUw,
I wta a
Thursday, April 23, 1SST,
Iafroatof nsy oeuce w tka tcty at Maaaaaas atveeedi
sett ts the highest btdder,
A Valuable Lot aHraet of Laad,
Ceatalnieg about SM acre, ljjsKr-t4w tlaB '
raad, ne' taecity et Xraiphs., I Ha r a part of the M of
land en which Ward W. Miller foe axil, maW.
ALSO At the nam- time aad ataee, I wta seal te the
highest bidder, a revefsMtary laauitt la aaa set of
UndadJoleiSMC the above beia ta aartisa et said ttH
ot Uad aDetted te the wWew et said W. W. M4aVr. Th
above aMntioswd let aw I ore tad ka a aaed antgliSnihiii 1,
aad lie Jaat without the corporate Emit.
Terms or Sau Oo half of purr haw sbosmt m
6 seaihs. balaace ia 12 sseotas. Parcaaaers te -!. W
lnKhh with asieoiTr.l ..cority witat a Uea Ktaaaea ea the
premise A plan of the Lots can be seas at say aetet by
those who ssay wish to examine.
JOHN C LAXtVS.
aar22-dawtd 5erk and Maetar.
CHANCERY SALE OF
Vainal)ie Heal Estate
EAST OP MEMPHIS.
PURSUANT to a decree ot the Chancery Oaart at Mem
phis, rradeted November Tore, MS, ka the ease f
A M. Ftegaaoa.exeeaterot The an WaltaviawaaseJ.cs.
Alice Wabh and oaer, I wW ea
Thursdaj', April 23,
In fraot -f Bay eatoe in the city et Mfahsi. peed to
sell to the Ugaeet bidder, a evrtata tract er penti et laud
ceatalniBg abewt
Three Aorea,
lying east aad sear the city ot M aajals, bsbbc a part ot
and lot of NV 89, oa the plan et aa handled acre taaet ot
land, laid, a" aad subdivided by Jaaa Wkerry lr J. S
Ctaybreok, aad situated briweea taeataak read aad aew
State line read brine; the northern -aert ot a x acre
tract, upoa which Dr. C B Sedhrte Jormerty tetMed
Terms or Sale. The above Jimrletd read wHJ bu
seed ea a eredit ef sens nwathe; yircbuer to excae
bond with approvrd security, with a Uea retalaed ea the
preeaises. Kodenpnen oarrca
JOHN C. LAV1KR.
CkikaaJ At aster.
marK-dawti's
Chancery Sale of Real Estate In
CoIIierville, Tenn.
PURSUANT te a Decree of the Chancery Ceasr atMem
sihio reaaliwd lathe mm et Penwea fc KeiU and
other. . nesaas C. Base aad ether. I win, t
Thursday, April 23d, 1867,
la front ot say effiee. la ta etty et Meaaaat, areceed ta
seU teMae hisaeet Motrr,
A Valuable-Iaot of Ground in Col
lierville, Tenn,
B4iMrd and lieKcribl as follows : BegUMingm th- if
Line Road, 30 feet W iif S. T. .BafesaT law, laaan K
tbrsee Wentwardly 0 tret, thence Oststhirairlty - P.
Adaaasltae theaee Saatwardly to R- M. Hawhry'a it-,
theaee Nerthward to tae besinaiag beisu the la r
parcel OC Land oa whs the Uaiea Hoaae, ta OIKernlie-.
ws fmatfrry tiAttajd tagsithfr with aP tae :aaem-
fWaftrni, wtiites thistsw . . . -saeWest
V THE 0I.Y TH2009H Ticxeti thou KrajHU,
-.isvillk and St. Louis ta the Natmwax. Me-
anrls-dawt
CHANCERY SALE
or a
Vaii,c Tract oC Saiul.
PURSHANT to a deare at to Caaace-y Court at Mem
phis, re -dred N jveasber tavea. 195t, ia the aaa ot
J.mn T. Ialh vs. Joseph R. Bavzasea aad Rtehitd M.
Kirby, I wm, ea
Thursday, April 23, 1S5T,
In front tt ray ka ae oily t4 MeffipW, laroceed to
seti to tae highest btdder,
A Valuable Tract .of Land,
CeataMac: abeat 3I acres, lylsg isf Satetby eatmty, Ten
aeaseee una parcel er drvitkm et which H bounded aa
fetlaars:
BetiaatazatahiCTeryutaikeolW. P., raasuig thence
with Piodea'a, Sarmerlr Farley's ::ataera beaBdarr,
sookk S 1 drgiers, west 102 pole and 19 liafea, to a stake
near a btaek gaat; thence with Ids' Un north degree
jreat IS poles t a stake Bear a sweet gam ea the tt.se
read (now plank read) from RaMgh to gutaemlrV; then, e
alone said rosd seoth, S4 degt"es west SO poles to a stite
on the west sid ot a branch; then -nlh S degrees eaal.
13 poti to a stake; lsBce seatbS4 degrees west 64 pole,
to a l-k.-, tQeaoe t-'ii 3 degrees cat, 141 pelt, t a
stake in Jaai-rs ns northern bssadary line; th Bee w,ta
sam lice north Si degree east, 42 poles, ta a while oik,
hi corner; thence with hi'UeasoBth, S demtes east,
31 poles to a slake, hli cwnera)r a red bad printer at
the M raap ground ; thence wtsti his Mae Bank, S4 ir
grwe east, crojilsg llurticane Creek, ia all 63 p-W tv a
stake, his coraer; tbencs with his line sjath,6 degrees
eaet, 82 poes. to a stake, near two hickory aad gam point -e
s ; theneo noi th, 84 decrees east, 125 petes to a stake la
Ward's western boutHlary, at the Berth end er Park's
Hue; thence with Ward' line, crottlaz the cieek, 236
pol-Jt to the beKiBsingcentalning 300 hundred acres mere
or less, be lng the same tract ot land coBveyed. by Adam
It. Alexander to Thejna. AMeranx deceased, aad by Iu
heir to cemplarnsnl Iath.
The other divlshia or parcel of sald-iraer, coBta.as aout
four acres, and,a4orBs the aa-ire mrBtteaed tract, beiDS
a parcel ef land con viytd by Georse Farley to Tbemu An
derson, deceased.
Terms or Sale. Th above nteaUsasdlan'a wW be
sold on a credit of seven months, paitbaier ta execute
bond wttniappreved security, wrth a a sea the B-rtmUt
redemption barred.
53-Sale at II o'clock, a. ax.
juhji u. iwusasus,
mar22-Iawldj Oetk and Hx'fr.
M NOTICE.
TAtheJatrons of the Commercial Hotf I
EEfySlMi very grateful to a liberal aad generuus pnb
llc for their support la whatever baacbes ot busi
ness Lhave been engaged here, I desire to render my ac
knowledgments mora especlaBy fer their support of soij
establishment asd ftrtae quiet aad good order aty guest
have enabled me te preserve tn it.
The licence fer re tailing spirituous Uqaers at th bar
having expred, lt will, ia deference to the law, be closed
from and after this day. D. COOKitFLL.
Jj.nl 4-tf Proprietor Ceaawretal Hotel.
Wanted.
THREE, er four good MATTRHS3 MAKERS wantext
Immediately. Good wage gives, at
Jnl7 MtKINNSY & CO.'S.
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