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jf gr gate jmfr Ititt.
IvniA. sell, en Mf term, that Lt r-llsiiled at tb
Borthpjot corner C SMett aad Avery streets, f roatlng
18 feet ud Elliott erect, tad 1SS tvet oo Avery street,
aad is bounded mi the cut by Bledsoe alley, wbkh Is 30
f.etwW. Tale W ease of tbe most deelrahla ReeMeace
Leu Ib Seats Memphis, feeing eoaveaiently located it
basiaest aa Is a gee aetgbborhood. I will tell the
whole or divide It, as may be desired.
AlftT t J. C. DAVIS,
marST-lf At Baatot Memphis.
THE south bait of lxA No. 4S, lreotlBC-3TK feet en
CMckasa w street, and rana'tag but 14SK feet. On
Ibis Lot tbere Is a sastll cemlortaMe beae. Tbe term
arei.bera Apply G. B LOOCK.
marrs-tt And loneer and Real Estate Broker.
Lots at Private Sale.
I OFFER tor sale, upcu easy terms, unimproved Lot,
131, 1M, 125,126, 1S, 164, 131, IS. Improved Lots,
169 aad ITS being oa tbe pUn of fBbdi vision of Greealaw,
Ssnarraas, Leoaiy &. Kese. G. B. LOCKE,
BAv2-tf AneMoneer and Heal Estate Broker.
Titos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
I HATH for sale tbe Residence and 1ST H acre of land
VeloaFiBC to Thomas Peters. Hq., lying ob tbe State
LtPoRoadabd the Mat4 and Chartesles Railroad, St
miles east of Memphis; t Bray's Static. Tbe Improve
ments consists ot a Jweltng, built in Gothic Style, 9 large
rooms and 2 small Obs, with closets, store rooms, &e.
Kitchen. 2 serviata' rooms, cistern, veil, stables and
ham. carriag bou-e, -wagon shed, ex., kc In ehort, it
Is oca of the best improved places In Shelby county, all
sew and in perfect order. I will sell tbe improvements
and SIX acres ot land, or a'l together. It desire-, 1 will
sB tbe stock of sfeeegyhogs, and cattle, corn, fodder, eats
s Dd pork, slaagatered and packed in the smoke boase. A
tar? j hi wHl be given. Apply to The. Peters, on tbe
I remises, or to 8. B. LOCKE,
dec 21 Ascttoneer and Real Estate Breker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
I OFFER for sale, area good terms, the former Resi
dence of C. F King, Esq., lying on tbe north ride ot
tbe new State-lino road, a mile and a half east of the
city. Tbe tract cantatas II ares, and is improved with
a small residence ot three rooms, weU and ether improve
ments. Also, a four acre weed lot, nearly opposite. This tract
is within three qaaaters ot a QBe e-r a good chares and
school, and Is la one ot the best and healthiest nelchlor
boods in the vicinity ot Memphis. G. B. LOCKE,
novll AnctknBeer and Real Estate Broker.
For Sale, upon Favorable Terms.
BELKC desirous to pot more cash means Into
bastness. I offer for sale, a dob terms to suit, tbe
!' following weil-lecated City and Country Pro-
Oae Let. 37 ot liS V feet, on the Berth side of Msdison
street- between Third and Fourth streets, Improved lib
a small Fr.me Route, Cistern, &c
A Lot 62 feet 3 leches on the sosth side of Beal street,
by 126 feet ob the east side of Causey street, improved
with a Frame Grocery Eoase, aad is a good stead for
A Hause and Lot oa the west side of Causey street 588
f ft, soctfa et Beal. Hoase ceataiala; six rooms.
One astepwed Lot, on Poplar .treet, 40 by MS i feet
One Lot ob Excfcasge stree., 66 feet 2 iBches by 146 H
One Lot on the Alsbama Road, S3 by ST feet.
Bight acres is tbe Carr tract. on the north eKe of Cen
tral Avenue, ictweea the Residence ot Hon. I. G. Harris
aad the Pigeca Ssest Plaskroad.
marst-Im So. 3 Clait's Marble Bsock.
I WILL sell oa good terms the following prep-
aerty: 1S.H' acre, twa miles from Xempais. Bait
iof tbe Hernando ruad. on the KerrATeane. aere
.acres on Jackson street extended, adjoining Dr.
TiUia'i former residence Six acres I rent me on wh-
llanH' Areaae, nearly opposite JI. J. Wright's
ALSO, a beaatUnl Lot, 260 by 1M feet, en Hers ado
and Klitott streets,
maria-lm J. X. PRQTIXE.
OX Laaderdale sire t, ontslde tbe corporation,
SSVI KINK ACRES OF LANB, hlch has been oe-
'I coninlfar vein bv a Gardener. Ontheprem-
. Ises is a small snuac, coaiamioc roar rooms
and basement. There is a good cistern near the hone.
Tere is also a good orchard, and a aoe grape arbor. Ap
ply Immediately to
janii-tf JOHX CAKXOTAX.
A RARE CHANCE.
I OFFER for on favorable terms and at alow sHee,
my PLANTATION of 690 acres ot the best quality of
llissiosippl bolt m land, all greatly above overflow, 16
miles wtet of Uemphis, on the plank road ; 166 acres ot
cleared Lane: and a new dosble-frame House with sait-
abieofllces. Appty at the place to
PETER LEONARD, or te
ep7-tt DANIEL HTJGHBS, Memphis.
The Best in the World
CAN vt done by those who wish te parchas
City Property, or handsome Country Residences
jil in the snbarba. On same of the latter can be
.bad a floe ResidebC, ready for occupation.
Terms liberal, and title good. Apply to
octlt-tf CHARLES Tl. McLEAX
I OFFER for sale five hundred and twecty
sacrea ot Land, fourteen mues Xortbeast ot Som
kerrtlle, on tbe Jackson read, known as the former
. residence of sternea jarmon. -rne place is well
improved, has a gvod fiameddwellinchoaKaBdexceiient
out bouses, gta-bense, wnn ai.i ana inresfier, te asose,
A. . There Is ob tbe premires an extensive orchard, with
al kinds of fruits gnwa in the country. There are twe
Luadrcd and nfty acres of land in coltivatidn, and the
recaiamg portion well timbered. Apply te the asaer
stcned, on tbe place. U. F. JAKMON,
mar3-w6m Black Oak Grove, Teas.
THE sabscribrr oners for sale tbe tract et land
son which be now residos, la Haywood county.
Tennessee, through which the .Memphis and Ohio .
. Railroad passes. Sah. tract contains about tour
thousand acres. The improvements reesht of a fine
frame dwelling, with tm rooms, negro quarters, gin
iuxiae. stabies. a fine etam aa l grist mill, good orchard;,
and a;l the necessary improvements foralarfe farm, or
can be conveniently dirid-d into several small ones. For
liet'lh and fertility of Mil this place is BBssrpaased by
any in thecoontry. For further particuiais apply to the
iBbecriber on a premises.
declO-dASO. , THOS. SHAPARP.
A Eargaiu to be bad in Lands.
T fTO L seU tbe iractot Land on which I live, in Tip
1 pah county, Mies., six mitei west of Ripley, on
Tippah river, (or creek,) containing Barht HundredAcres,
five hand re of the very b at creek bottom and the het-ai.ces.-Condbottca!i.ix:npland.
There are aboat one hua-d-ed
acre cleared, and ic a Sue slate et cultivation.
Tne improvements are qood and new, con-tsting of a
Dwe.lmg honse. and all mfssary out houses. The above
tra-t o iwd. I have no hesitancy tn saying. i one of the
best ra North MbslsslTTi for raising Cot tot. Cora or
Stock, a the ramce l line both Winter and Summer.
For particulars about the via.--. I refer lo Davidson, Ktlte
& Blair, Memphis; John W. Thompson, Ripley, Miss.; W
C Prut, Holly Sprtng. or tu myseU en the premises,
octli-wtf J. J PSGCIS.
IEV2threnOCSI and LOTS to rent Sr
the pres-Bt year, situafd lu the Xortheaetem
lllll ti.ri of the ettr. tn what la kasea & Vinel.
.ter Avenue, It being tbe property apsn which I
BowHve. For a mere parttea'ar descriptioa, aad fur
deems th4 coatract ot rent, call en Jiajsr William Kuf
So, at tbe Gas oacc SOB PRICE,
A SIIVATIOX as Besk-Eeeper or Shipping Clerk, by a
XX. Tccng Man from at.
Loals. Good reference given.
C. n. MARTIX, P. O.
'OSADTIFCLI.Ttitated abeut two rajes Sostheatt
X from Memphis. The grounds have been surveyed
and Landevmely laid of by au experienced landscape gar
dener, vsr ieg in sise from one to twelve hundred square
feet, aad each lot nambered with a darabie pol and edged
with evergreens, and the entire tract enclosed with the
0age Cringe Ledger Said grounds are exempt from
laxeaand ex-cation. Arieing Iiom the sale or lete, a
fund is tebe raised lo be invested in Corporation bonds ot
the city of Memphis, the interest ot which is to keep Bp
e Cemetery perpetually. A Reception Vaalt is bow
completed and ready tor use. A map et the Grounds
a ay be sees at the OJKe of the Company, Xe. 8 Madison
.neet, also at the Cemetery.
The price of lets have been redeced te a uniform rate of
twenty-five cents a square toot. Terras cash, or Bote at
four months with a good endorser payable in Bank, with
out rBterest. rtr a sing grave, ten dollars, to be paid
for at the time parcnasea. opening graves, two dot ars
and fifty cents, to be paid invariably at the time at ap
plication, or arranged through tbe Sextos. There terms
mast be complied with by all pen one, before they can
bury oa the grounds, which they can do by calling oa
the Secretary and Treasurer at the Omc, or oa the So-
perWeBt at the Cemetery. When the purchase money for
a lot has bees paid, the Company w 11 execute a deed to
the purchaser. K- T. 5TBWART, President.
JOS. LEXOW.t-ec'y &.Treat'r.
BovST-dtwawly JAMES STEWART. Swper't.
Adsms Street, Hempms, Tenn.,
IS bow prepared U do all kinds of Machine Work; also, I
Steamboat Work ot every detcripiioB. Steam Engiaes, I
" Ami v . , nKiipuvu uvvhiu ni nvsi jiia-
ennery, uin txeaiiDK, naning lacnines.
Fonndery, Casting and Finishing. Steam Gsage Cocks and
uatttngv w every doscription, heavy Wrought Iron Forg.
Ing, Wrought Iron Gratiswts fer Jails. Bank Vaults. CeJ.
Jar and Side-Walk Grates, Iron Fencing of every deter i p-
wi aoe to oraer. aim. House rraats, Window Caps
ad SitJs, ot varioa patteras. In a word, I am prepared
w uv tt-i j ovacripueu ot wore in my line.
I have now In thou the latest aad most Improved piU
van at aieam .bsgwes. ISAAC PHELOX
S. McgES!ta. Superintendent. feble-ly
S. S. Rembert,
Petitlan te divide land. In Coan-
James T. Stewart,
uourt of Saetby coasty.
IAtnu cause it appearing that J. T. Stewart, tbe de
fendant, is a BoB-retldent of this State, it Is ordered
that the Clerk of this Court make psUicati:n ia tbe
''"f"' a"t, newtpaper. reqalrlttg tbe raid J. T.
Stewart to make hie appearance at the cexttermof this
Court, to be held on the first Monday in AprU next, and J
psead, answer, or demur to the ret it too in this behalf
r "5 aaia wui i e taken far confessed as to him.
km jor ataxias ex-fane. $
aar6-tl6ap JOHX P. TREZEVAXT, Clerk.
PREVTEVG PAPER AGEXCY
NASHVILLE PAPER MILLS
OS COCBT-ST, BET. rBOKT E.OW AKD MAIS.
TTTEZEE aH kinds and sizes f Printing Paper can be
r r naa at lew pxicea ior casn.
to XashviHe and filled promptly at mill prices, with the
addttlon of trans port ion.
W. a. WUITEMAX.
Chas. Path, Agent.
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS!
T WISH to buy 600,000 pounds ot rags vid win pay the
JL nignest price in cAsn ior an tne cotton and linen rags,
aad old rope and bagging that Is delivered tome, ana
earnestly aoucit ui saving oz rags.
W. S. WHITE MAX.
sp-ly Chas Davis. Agent.
MERCHANTS. PEDLARS AKD
MARKETERS are selieited to engage ia buying Rags
throughout tbe country, aad these who engage at It
ra increase their bus Inez?, aad i wui no yall they bring.
W. S. WH ITEM AX.
ape-ly Chai. Davis, Agent,
THEXTT-FITE kgl Golden Syrup, for sale by
iuar!7 HAXCOCK, CLARE k CO.
SPIVEY & CliABKE,
Gcntlcmeas' Boys and Chlldrcns'
Sole Xicatticv TvunUs, Car
pet IVags, 0&.C, -&.c,
243 MAIN STREET, UNION BLOCK,
WE arenowreceiviag oar KPBING ANT) SUMMER
STOCK, which win be found cempte la quality,
stylts asd prices. We have
603 Spring and Saminer Casslmere Salts, "seme very
600 pairs Fancy Car f Imere rantaloons. " at all price ; "
bun pairs Black Casvlmere and Drap E Tete Panlaiooas ;
300 Black CJoth Frock and Drsss Costs. some ray bbsj"
llaeCkCh Dress Coats, "good style;"
Black and Faaey Silk Vests, Raglan Patterns andstrles
600 Fancy and Yf bite Marseilles Vesta. Raglan style ;
Rich IThlte Fared SiUn VesU, Dew styles ;
601 White Linen Fnvls and RsSUBs;
600 BUct Drap E Tete, Alpasca and Cahr2er Frock and
cr.rir 1'iultnm Rarlin Over Coats ;
tOO o:- n White and Fancy Shins, anung which wffl he
found all the styles.
We also have a large stock of MeJto Goods.
We rerpecttalty solicit an exxmicatiui et oar stock.
The prices will be feand low.
m,rl7 SPIVKT & CLAKKK.
J. JPIVET TI. C. CZAREE.
SP3LTEY & CliAKKE,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALXSS I!
OEXTLEMEX'S AM) BOTS
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags,
243 aiAirr street,
Union Block, Opposite Court Square.
OTJR terra are cash, which tBiNes as to set! at the
lowest prices. We respecUully solicit a call from all
in want of dotting. ?tLlL.
Spring and Summer
T H -AD E.
SIMOX & SEESSEL,
MAAITFACTURERS OF MEXS'
AtCD WBOIXSAIX DEALERS IK
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES ASD PIASTERS' GOODS.
00R t acuities this year being of anch a aatore we are
enabled toefftr oar Spring and Snmmer .tock, which
Is aa usually large, to the trad and citlrent geaei ally at
the very lowest rates. Country Merchants and River
Traders In particular are earnestly requested to call and
examine oar stock beforeporcbartBgelsewhre.
S1M0X h. SSRSSRL, 63 Front Row,
Corner JeOerson-st., under Commercial note!.
HAVIKG removed to Xo. 6 Court street, between
Main street and Froit Row, begs to ret run bis
thaaks to his friends and tbe public generally for their
liberal patronage for the last six years, and hopes, br
strict attention to batiness to merit a ccatinnance of tbe
Having engaged a Xo. 1 Cntter, of long experience, be
is now prepared te make cp his goods in first rate style,
and cheaper than any other hoase in Memphis, for cash.
He boys for cash and sells for cash, febS7-3m
187 nvrvxisr ST.,
Under the Worsliam House.
T1IE subscriber begs leave to aaaeunce lo bisenctom
ers and the citisens of Memphis that be has retnrn
ed from Xew Tart with a f all assortment of most splen.
did Gsedi, wbkh be is prepared to make up f or cath en
short notice. sep6-ly
HOME INSURANCE COMPAXY.
OP MELIPHIS, TENN.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL I GUARAXTT CAPITAL
ssoo.eoo. i sioo.ooo.
CHARTERRU bi the Legislature ot Tennessee. Seislon
et lS66-'6e, to make Fire. Lite and Marine Insurance
and te caste themselves to be re-Insured when deemed
expedient. In view of which they have arranged with
the following Companies, fer re-insBraace by means of
British Commereia: Lire, Leaden Capital S3 uu,u"
Ruuitabte Fire, " " 2,w,
international Life, J,w
Knickerbocker Life, United States, " 90.0,-8
Great Wrstern Marine, " 1,000 999
Howard Fire rni Marine. " " ew,owi
Censaiidated Fire " 300 000
At the aannal eiecttes en Tuesday, the 10th Instant, the
following Directors and Committee were elected for the
JAMBS B. THORKTOX, L. J. DTJPRBE,
GEO R GRANT, THOS. McAD.Ut,
STEPHEN . rCRIIS, J. H. MULKORD,
HEXRT S.KING, JOS SARBIEIVE, Jr,
S. B. OntTIS, L. J. DUPREB, H. 5, EIH3.
MedttMl Em4nrr(ir O R. GRAXT, 1 . D,
Altemey J. B. THORKTOX, Esq.
Au4tt(dbgS. P. BAXSHBAD. Bq.
And at a meeting ot tbe sew Directory a Wtimeisr,
the 11th inst., tbe following officers were ctoaa foe tbe
JAMES B. THORXTOX, Prettdent.
GKO R. GRAXT, Hce Prtxident.
THOS. JleADAM. Stcrefaty.
OFFICE Xo. 8. MadtsoB street, corner Vzott Ro7.
OF STEAMBOATS, Steamboat Hotter, and Stearaheit
Machinery, under the prvirion of the Acts of Con
gross of 1833 and 182. Office, 8 Maaitea street.
mart THOMAS JleADAM, Ia pector.
3IARIXE AXD FIRE I5S0RAISCE CO.
Cf Nasliville, Tean.
CAPITAL, :::::: 8150,000.
JOSEPH VAULX Pres't A. W. BTJTLKIi. Bee'y.
Alex, fllison, Thompson Andersen.
R. K. Gardner, P. A. Owen,
Josepk Yaulx, James ElUi,
AHewur, W. S. Eazln.
Job- M Hill,
G. J. F-:gg,
HARIXK IXStTRAXCE oa Cargoes and Frefchta EBdet
open r special policies. Inland Transportatiea Risks ou
Mercha:idise, by steamboats, railroads, ur land carrlagta ;
also, baserde ob rivers and lasesto or from aay part et
the Cntteu States.
FIRS INSURANCE en baildlngf, dweHlsg or ether
hae, goofs us store, rarnitare, fcc, tn town or country.
J3"Xegros' insured against the dancers of the rivei.
J. G. LOXSDALK, Agent,
OfSce Jefferson street, Memphlf .
The SIntual Life Insurance Company,
OF XEW T0BK.
Accumulated Fund, $3,000.00.
THE rates adopted by this Company are razed upon the
most correct observations, rollcy holders get all tb gains
et the Company, as it Is pcreiy mntaal, having no pr fur
red stocz or other capital to taze th first traits of pt oats
tram tbe insured.
Any person wi'blng insurance on his or her lite will re
ceive all Information, together with the requisite fottzs tl
application, by calling an J. G. LONSDALE,
Agent Mataal Life Insurance Company,
oHl I-l y OfBre Jeffeeaon atreet. Memnb Is.
0. C. MAYD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OPPICE,
WHERE can be found aU description of Grave Work,
which will be furnished as cheap as it can be got
in any market west. Also, Saucing Work done at short
It is to the Interest ef all persons wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis instead ot pnrchas-
ing rrum Ageus, as ine Manntaciors have to aflthe
sweaty per cent, inai is pits jiaeois to tne work sold bv
litem, aouinerners, leox to your interest.
derS-dawKm O. O. MATDWKLT,
ninE nnderi lined are now opening at
3TO. 37 FROXT ROW,
a geaeral and w41 selected assortment of
Fresh Druss and Medicines.
Chemicals Paints, Oils, Dyestufls. Patent Medicines
Glassware and Perfamery, warranted to be fresb and
; BCtne, direct from Xew Turk, wl kh are offered on ac-
oommoeating terms. Call and Judge for yearsetves, or
send in your orders, which will be promptly attended to.
particularly those from a distance, and tbe goads sent
forward without delay Tbe patronage of oar friends
and the public is respectfully aollclted to our new es
tablishment, as we feel assured we cau render satlsf ac
tion to an who may favor us with their custom.
Pt&criptJos pat up carefully at all hntms.
C. K H0LST & SON,
Maln-.t., Old Stand, First Doer below Monrce,
( The oldtit permanent stand in the Cily.)
Xi Burial Cases, which they line and put up alr-livht,
In the best manner Also, ail atn.1. of WoXt n.' tiTth
C"1 Cofflnj, which they sell at a fair price.
Orders from thecourtry promptly attended lo. i'ur-
iu. iin repair a, and Dphouterlng cons,
TTITSr.,5tied flne "sertment of superior GOLD
" "1" vapreasiyior alelainotypes, by
v.. " uta"OXG. 151 Main street,
foil Onnoslte the Tfnr1im nnu
Carriage Factor v.
THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory cn
"Second street, between Wartlnrtnn an at.m
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair Carriages at tbe shortest notice. All work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share cf nubile.
jMJy 1. 8,'BUBR & CO.
SWATJ & GO.'S 10TTEEIES.
Capital Prize S50,000.
TICKETS ONLY 810!
0WIXG to the great f Ivor with which oar Single Xrm
ber Lotteiles have been received by lie publla, and
tbe large demand for llekeis, the Managers, S SWAN at
CO will have a drawing each SttnnJsy Ibragbont the
year. The f Dowing Schenw will be drawn In each of
their Lotteiles for March, 1857.
rr. 155 SO,
To be drawn In the City of Atlanta, Georgia, In rrebllc,
on SATCRDAT, AprU 4tb, 1S57.
To be drawn la tbe city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SAT41RDAT, April 11th, 1857.
To be drawn in the city ot Atlanta. Georgia; te public, oa"
SAT JSDAT, April 18!h, 1E57.
To be drawn i tn cuy of At.au la. Georgia, in puMIe, on
SAT0RDAT, April 24th, 1867, on the ra of
3.20O ITL-ccs : !
Moro than One Prize to Every Ten
TO BE DHAWX
EACH SATUBDAY IS APRIL.
1 Prise et..
...$60 ,00s 1
... 20,000 is
... 10 000 1
... 10.000 is
... ti.O'O is
... 5.000 is
... 6,000 Is
... 2,500 Is
... 20 000
... s.oou it.
... 2 600 H..
2 600 Is 2,600
2,100 19 2.&UU
2 500 Is 2,6C0
1,0.0 is 1,000
1,1 CO It 1.OC0
1,000 Is 1,0 0
1,000 Is 1,000
1.000 is 1,000
100 are 10.000
60 are 6,000
4 Priies ot St5 Aprex'tlns to $60 000 Pr lie are $300
3,290 priies anocntlcg to.. ..............
Whole Tickets, 810; Halves, 85 00;
Quarters, 82 50.
ri-AIV Or? THE LOTTERY-.
The Xnmberffrom 1 to 30,090, corresponding with tho.e
Xnmbers on the Tickets printed on separate slips of pa
per, are enilrcled with small tin tabes and placed In one
The first 21S Prlis. similarly printed and encircled, are
placed la another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn
from tbe wheel rf numbers, and at the same time a Prize
U drawn from tbe other wheel. The Xamber and Priie
drawa eat are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
reKi.t-redby the Commissioners ; tbe Pilze being placed
against tbe Xamber drawn This operation is repeated
until all tbe l-rixes are drawn out.
Approximation Prizes. The two preceding and the
two succeeding Numbers to those drawing tbe first 13
Prizes will be entitled tt the 72 Approximation Pilzcs, ac
cording to the scheme.
J3" Tbe 3,000 Prises of $20 will be determined by the
last figure of the number that draws the $60,000 Prize.
For example. If the Xumbers drawing $M,eO0 Prize ends
with Xo. 1, then all tbe Tickets where the number ends
in 1 will be entitled to $. If the Xamber ends with
Xo. 2, then all the Tickets where tbe number ends in 2
will be entitled to $20, and so on to 0.
Certificates ef Packages will be sold at the following
rates, which is the risk:
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets $S0 00
" lOlTali " 40 00
" 10 Qaarter " 20 00
" " 10 Eighth " 10 00
la ordering Tickets er Certificates, enclose the money
to oar address fsr ths Tickets crderedjon receipt of which
they will be forwarded by first mail. Parchasers can
have Tickets ending in any figare they may designate.
The list of drawn numbers and prises will be foiward
ed to perchasers Immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and
give their Tost Office, County and State.
JQ- Remember that every Prize is drawn and payable
In full without deduction.
S3" All Prizes ot $1,000 and under, psH Immediately
after tbe drawing other Prizes atthensnal time ot
13" All communications strictly confidential.
J3" Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tl-kets
at either offloe.
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates of Packages of
Ticket! either to
marts S. SWAX k CO.. Atlanta, fix.
f ator-iSalriiuj gTatjjhics
S. S. TIIUEHEART...... ..J. M. VTOODSOK.
TRUEHEART & W00DS0X,
Manufacturers of Southern Star Cotton Gin,
T) KSFECTFtTLLT call the attention ef the public, par
it, ticn'ariy the Co lea Planttr, to their GIN MAKtT-
FACTOItr. now ia Bccef ul operation in this place. We
deem it una cestary to pobiith any testimonlali cf the
good performances of our 61nt, Ih.ach many ceutd be
procured of gentlemen who are r n'inc bem seea ot
high n pu a.ion a. planters, and woo d sot be satisfied
with any but a good Gin ; and we will only add that we
are determine to spire no pairs or meant to make a
Cotton Gin that win ptaee the FOnter.
In adoltien to the Gin we f"raerly advert-vd and Mid
for S3 per saw. we are nw Stlloe up al improved Jfslr,
a- cob Wen Me addlti a l expense, w' Icq we wilt sell at
$3 oo per saw.
A sample o cur Gins can always b seen at Messrs.
Graham & Ilili's, who are onr agents in Memphis.
Gentlemen Planters-tend in year orders with rpeclfi
cations, and thry shall be promptly attended to. A suf
ficient guaran'y giv, n la ev -ly tale
S3" Repairing done with neatness and rf is; a ten.
Important to Cotton PSaitfers!
TIIE TAYLOR, FREJIIDtll C0TT0X CIS,
CIiEMAITS, BEOWN fi: CO.,
THE snbseriber begs leave to call tbe attention cf
Planter to an examination of tbe merits of thete
Gib Stands, which po-(es In a greater (kxree the quail
lirstobe di ed in a Cotton Gin rU : Speed. Liaht
Draught, and Good Sample than try G.n rxUnt, and
are otr-red on as reasonable terms as any establishmtnt
in the Sonln.
I feel fuiy aataortaed la seylng that I ran f urnih, all
things eonsidevtd, a superior Gin Stacd to any factory In
tbe United Stati f .
.Messrs. Fearlksi, Uoaat k Co. are agents for the sale
of these Gins, who will keep a supply of virions rises on
band, or wilt order any rice at short notice. Office on
JefilTt-on street, Memphis, Tenn.
mr20-dtwaw6m S. A. THORKTOX, Ag't.
Premium Cotton Gins.
mHE sttentioB of Cotton rianters is resTcctfallv ctUi:
JL to tbe above ioperlor Gins, macufactnred by E. Car
ver & Co., East Rndgewater, l!an. Under a recent lx
prorement, the Carver Gins are regarded as tbe besbnsw
la general use ; their superiority needs aocommenta frcm
as, as tbossanua are now in saccessf al operation in U
We hare on hand fifty Giat, embracing all the different
sizes ana numbers or saws.
AIm 10 and 12 feet Be rment holt, wxshem. &c. com
plet-. all of wLki wo offer to our friends upon the tuna.
terms and time. GWTXX & GIBSON,
Xos. 1 and 2 Exchange Bnlldlng,
Memphla, Sept. 2S, 1654 tf
WUITL.EVS PATENT PORTA
CLARK & AYEEI,
St. Louis, Mo.
AGEXT AT MEMPHIS, TEXTS'.,
TTAYIXG taken the Agency for the esle of the above
XJ. Circular Saw Mills, I am prepared to fill all orders
fer Mills, with cr without tbe power to drive thee on
the shortest notice.
Persons.wlslilng to pnrchae Mills, and also desirous that
they should be set up and put into operation, can be ac
We do net wish to praise our own work, all we ask of
persona wishing to purchase Mills is to examine our
work before buying elsewhere, as we think they will give
us the d reference alter sncn examination, we are sat
isfied our Mills will saw more lumber, and in better style
ia tbe same number of hours than any other Saw Mill
Persons wishing; to purchase Mills win please address
me at Memphis, Tenn. u. MCLkAft.
Black Smith and Sheet Iron Worker,
Corner of Front Row and irinchetter.tt.,
SECOXD-IIAXD Boilers bought, scld
and exchanged for new one. Sheet Iron
work done of every description, such as
Chimneys. Brlchen. Fire Beds, Escape
Pipes. Condensers Fo-ges,MetalIcLlfe-Bo4t8,andStesm-boat
Work In general. Also, Bank Safes, Fireprocf Shuts,
Gasometers, Cisterns, &c.
X. B Boilers repaired at the shortest notice, ana en
the troit reasonable terms novU-daw'y
200 CASE3- Tarncr BroUlt"' Celebrated Ginger
SO cases Blacktery Brandy;
25 " Pure Jniee Port Wins;
0 " assorted Cordials.
n. n. roTTKR,
der37 Kaln-st. ,31 door north of Worsbtm Houao
Extension Diuinc Tables.
TL J"ADOGAXT. Oak and Walnut Extension Tab'es.
!X from tea to fourteen feet long, just received and for
a.i:e low uy
OX the 1st June, ISS6 the firm heretofore exlitlng be
tween F. H. CL.VRE and A C. WURZACH vf as dis
solved by mutual consent. F. IL Clark Is charged with
the settlement .ot the business of the lite flm otF H
Clark & Oo. p. U. CLARK. "
The subscribers have associated themselves toKlher
under the firm ol V. H. CLARE it CO.
F. H. CLARK.
JAS. S. WILKIXS,
OTJR NEW FIRM.
It affords ma pleasure to announce to my friends and
the puhllo that I have associated with me my former
partner, JAS. S WILKIXS, aad ray well-kuown assis
tant, THOS. niLL, undr tho famlMar style of F H
CLARK & CO.
The new arm will start vrlth an efficient force la each
mechaalcal branch, the Watch department being under the
supervision of Mr. Wlltliu. a unuertuo
f.to- V full at all timet of lhelatt.it fashion, and price
as lo IS the same quality and style of tooda can te nor,
ehaseciia Philadelphia or Xew Tork.
I am thankfnl fer the liberal patronage extended to me
during my fifteen years' residence In Mcmpkls, aad my
aim will be to merit ita continuance.
F. H. CLARK.
OUR aim has beta to keep pace with or growing city,
and furnish those uho want Goods In one i?n. .k
good articles, and at fair prices. Oor assortment, for
years, Las been bnt little If any behind our Eastern
cities. It Is more extensive, this season than ever. Oxr
leaning arancnes are, nrst
Of whim we have every variety In general nie.
together with a large assortment made to onr
order, which for neatness ot stvle andtlme-keep-lng,
are surpassed by none. Ia our assortment
will be found the Eight Day Watch and the Repeatlns
unronometer, giving me time to a minute la the dark.
Oar assortment la this Important branch Is kept fall
by frequent receipts of all tbe new styles, wbsthar of
foreign or domestic proaucuon.
We have made this branch of our business a study for
years, not only posting onrselves with regard to the dif
ferent Qualities and merits of the different styles and ma
kers, but or the kinds best suitable to our market Our
assortment, for a number of years, has been large, to
which we have recently made many additions of our own
lnv crtition. We can furnish cur customers with SHOT
GrXi from $5 to $200; RIFLES fram $10 to $100.
Also, the celebrated SUARPE'S RIFLE.
SBRRIXGKR and COLT, of all sizes. Also, a full as
sortment ot the kinds In general use.
Tea and Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Cups, Castors,
Spoons, Fotks, Ladles, with many choice Fancy Articles,
all com nne.
SILTER PLATED GOODS.
Urns, Castors, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg
nes, Cake and Fruit Baskets. Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Pitcc-
ers, Uosetti, uops, waiters, oc, cc.
A full assortment ot Pocket and Table, from the best
niters, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OTJR MECHAinCAIi BHA1TCH.
All kinds cf Watch Work dene In tht most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
Plain and Oramental; Seals for Lodges, Courts, Jtc.,
tn any style , Stencd Plates of all sizes.
Prof Remington, Artist,
Embraces a suit of rooms built expressly for tbe purpose,
and we are prepared to furnish onr customers with first
class picture in all the various rtyles.
Ia building expressly for our business, we have com
bined every convenience far the different branches, and
greatly re- need our expenses, which, with our facilities
and tbeextentien of ourbnslness. enables ua ta sell goods
and do workon the rhnet reasonable terms Goods cheer
fully shown and fairly represented, and we Invite all,
both buyers and the curious, todroplnwllhoul ceremony
aad examine our stocl. We kep open hoase for all.
octl6-dawly " F. II. CLARK it CO.
THE latest and by far the most Important Improve
ment tn Photography Is the recently patented pic
ture known as the SPIIEREOTTPE, which Is not only
new and unl.ke any cf Its predecessors, bat greatly su
perior le aU. The Sphertotype Is proof against Tistr,
AIR and WATER, and for richness of tone, warmth of
expression and distinctness his ro equal In fact the 11
lnsien is such that the picture, or image, seecis suspend
ed la air, entirely independent of the back ground
Fortbis picture we have the exclusive right for Mem
phis Specimens can be seen in onr Gallery, where pic
tures are also taken In the various style by our Artist,
who combln s the Chemist with tbe Artit, which ena
bles him at all times to produce sup-iior Pictures.
F. II. CLARK 6t CO ,
dec2-lf Xo. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
PARIS HOUSE COXFECTIOXERY.
Wholesale ;mt IVctail
No. 07 i?ront How.
THANKFUL to his Mends aai the public
for the very liberal patronage extended to
hira for the last eight years, M. LOUIS M0X
TEDOX1CO begs leave to nform the citizens
of MeuiKhls and vicinity that he will constantly keep on
band a large assortment of the best imported Wines
Claret, Port, Madeira, White, itc.j also, Scotch Ale and
M. L. Movtedovico always keeps on hmd a great
variety of Fancy Candies and Toys, an ajsortm'nt of stick
CanJy, Prunes in jars and boxes. Raisins, Grapes, every
kind of Fruits and Xuts. Pickles, Lobsteis, Sardines,
Olives, French and English Mustard, Ssgar in loaf and
boxes, Caraeao, Maras hiao. Old Wines, Ginger, Pre
serves, Savannah, Xew Tork and Boston Preserves, Cat
sup, Pepper Since, Chocolate, Cordials, Syrups, Macca
ronl, Vermicelli, the !est Jlavana Cigars, and a great
many other articles, too numerous to mention, now offered
ior saie very low, eitner oy wnoiesaie or retail.
Having, at murh expense, secured the services of two
of tbe most experienced workmen ever In this' city, he
flatters himseit that he cannot be aurpasse in arranging
and ckctrating tables for Parties WeddingK, &s , with
uoir to uunseii ana saiisiacxton to nis customers.
Manntnctarer and Wholesale Dealer in
JPtain anil Fancy
CANDIES, CAKES, &C
xvo. aau aiain-st, Odd Fellows'
Hall, Illeinpliis, Term.,
KEEPS constantly on hand u large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits ia their own Juice. Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, ricxies, uoroiais, ayrups, nne M ines, uranaics, all
kinds of Xnts, &c
In connection with this establishment I have fitted up
IS superior style an
Ice Cream Saloon,
expressly for tne Lames. A'so a uenumcn - a,oon.
where ico Cream is served from 9 A. U. till 13 P. M.
riiLLUA & fakuis, Proprietors,
XEAR THE DEPOT OF THE
Mississippi .Tennessee Kailroad
.rAXCFACTURERS of Wafons, Plows, Drays, CarU,
A'A neejoarrows and Agricultural implements gener
ally. Also. Sash. Doors. Blinds. Mouldings. Brackets.
Casings and Base kept constantly on hand tiir sale, ana
made to order at short notice.
AH kinds of Wood Turning and Sawing dine on the
most reaaoiable terms. We are" also doing a general
Building Business, and solicit a call from those intending
to build, as we think we ran do their work cheaper and
give better satisfaction than any one else In the city. We
ase the best and most approved machinery la the manu
facture of onr work, and being both practical mechanics,
we can and will do our work better and sell It cheaper
than any other establishment In the dtr. To all we sar.
come and try us. We also do Wrought-lroa Work cf
every -description make Wrought Shutters for Houses,
om. aii our wora is xuiiy susranueu.
FRENCH, GERMAN, BRUM AND MINI
P& E. BEILLT &. CO., so long known at the corner
ot Royal and Canal streets, beg to say they have re
moved to tneir ia-go new stere xo. 135 Canal street, be
tween Royal and Bourbon streets known as Ti.uro Build
ings, sign of the Golden Flax, where their amp'.e nsim
and resident buyer In Europe, will enable them t icen
line year rouno; a complete stocx in every department.
aiso a imi line or j-laatatiux goods tf the best
Combined with the above, they will keep al the old
land, comer Royal and Canal streets, under Ihflnnre of
Embroidery and Lace Store,
A complete stock of
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMIXGS,
And Ladles'Jand Gentlemen's FTJRXISHIXG GOODS,
to suit the Coamry Merchant as well as tbe consumer.
This latter Is a class of hiuse heretofore unknown Id this
market. P. & K. REILLT &. CO.,
128 Canal street, between Royal and Bonrton streets,
ept9-6m Touro Building., sign of IheGoklonFIsx.
Pianos, Melodeons, &c.
a ri more on nana, irom best ma
kers. Including Cbickering &. Sins'.
Pianos Tuned, by applying at
ft4 GEQ. FLAHEBTT BBO'S.
' - - - - idW - o
HAWKS, SMITH & CO.'S BULLETIN.
rSjprfjns Trrtclo, 18B7 !
MERCHANTS. PLANTEIU?, MECHANICS V
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
BAWKSj S.TIITII & CO.,
IMPORtERS AND DEALERS IX
ITos. 304 and 300 Main-st.
ALSO AOENTS roil
" Heuing's " Patent Salamander b'afes !
HAVING now received tbe greater portion of our
Goods for tho SI-RING TRADE, by recent arrivals
from Europe und tha Eastern Cities, w are prepared to
offer greater Inducements to the Merchants, Planters aad
Mechau.csot the Southwest than have hllnerto been of
fered In this market, for proof of which we respectfully
so.lcit the inspection of onr stock and prices. Ia view of
thu, we have placed ourselvea la a position totffersuch
Inducements to those who may visit Memph s for the pur
pose ot making their purchases, as will dtter them from
seckicc another market, so far at least as our business
is concerned. To f ahy carry out this object we have mad
permanent a rrangt meat a with the best manufacturers lu
England and In this country, to be regularly aupplied
witn a lull stocx ot uomi in our line, and will lurnisa
those who may favor us with their orders, willf goods at
as low figures as any hoase in the country,.South or West.
Our stock comprises
For tlic Country Trade.
Roiled and Cbar-eal Iron Castings,
Boston, Philadelphia and Wheeling Xatls,
n ant's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets,
Lsg, Trace, Stay and Stretch Chains,
Bright and half bright caststeel Hoes,
Caststeel polished riveted -eye Hoes,
Oil root and steam bent names,
11 jg skin Collars, horse and mule.
Cotton, wool and Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jute Cordage,
Thread and common cotton Rope,
Flow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes lines, &e
Louisville, Cincinnati and Xew Tork Sifters,
Xova Scotia and Bvcd Grlndtten'g,
Ames' caststeel Shovels and Spades,
Rowland's and Caa's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all p.tterns.
Locks, Latches, Iltnges, he.
Well Wheels and Well Buckets.
Together with every at tide suited to the trade ot tha
country merchant. In the
We have made tbe best selections from the most approved
manufacturers of every article necessary for the planting
Gotten. Cane and Grnb Hoes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks,
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fan Ml Is, Corn Mills, Corn Snellen,
Corn and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutters,
Uayand Manure Forks, Rakes, ic,
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent and common Churns,
names, Collars, Slrg'etrecs, &c..
Pruning Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements ot all kinds.
Hall H. Spear's wrought and cast Plows,
Allen's Cotton Plows and Scrapers,
Together with a full stock of the "celebrated Avery aad
Livingston & Co. Plrs, which have for several years
past given such universal satisfaction. We are folly pre
pared to keep always on hand a large stock of these
Plows together with the extra Points and Castings, so as
lobe able to tnpply ourplaaters with them at all times.
In the seitctlon of our stock ot Goods In tbe
We have psid most particular attention to the interests
of onr mechanics. We have selected such goods as are
best suited to this market, and can safely guaranty satis
faction t alt.
Onr stock Iri this department Is fall and complete.
Greenwood's celebrati d Ptoses,
Greenwood's Axle Pullles and Shutter Fastnlngs,
Pearl White n.l Mineral Kneb Locks and Latches.
Close and Electro-Plated " " "
Cottage, Rural and Mortise " " "
Frrnt and store deer " " "
Sliding door Locks and Fnralture,
Self-sbuttlng door and Gate Hinges sod Latches,
Bolts and Hooks, XUg, Brads. Screws. &.
This department In our business is under the special
supervision of onecf the partners, who has fer many
years, in this city, given It his careful attention, and be
lieving mat tnia branch of our business requires more
than ordinary care, both in tbe selection ot tbe goods
and tn oiling oriers,"h is determined to use his best en
deavors to keep inch goods as shall please all our me
chanics, and will hold every Inducement to merit tbxlr
We would call ptrtlcnlar attention to our stock of Tools,
the quality of all which wc can fully guaranty, compris
Union Factory Planes, Rules, ice..
Spear St Jackson's naml and Pannell Saws,
Butcher's cast steel Chisels and Files,
Earl Smith & Co.'s Files.
Wetherby's Chisels and Draw Knives,
Cam's celebrated " "
Spirit Levels, Rales and Gnages,
Angers, Auger BItts Screwdrivers, &c
Peck' Louisville Bellows,
Xewcomb's Xew Tork Bellows,
Silid Box and Pjralkl Vices,
Arxnltage's Mousehole Anvils,
Coley's warranted Anvils,
Hand and Sledge Hammers,
Blscksmith Tongues, .
Farriers, nammers, Knives ami Pincers.
Beit Charcoal Tin Plate 1 C,
it . ti "IX
" Leaded Rooting Plate 1 C,
Bar Tla, Speltre, Jtc,
iron Brass and Copper Wire,
Bolt Copper, SoMerlaglrens. ic.
Tinned and Sraiters Sheet Copper,
Boiled and Charcoal Sheet Iron.
Russ imitation, Russ. and Galvernked Iron,
Bar Lead, Rivets, Copper Tacks, &c.
We wonld also call the attention of RaHrcad aad Levee
Contractors to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, Ame's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines, Msttccks, Picks, etc.
Having a thorough knowledge of our business la all Its
branches, we are determined tn give it our entire atten
tion, and shall attend personally to all tbe orders, and to
the transaction of oar business in every pirtlcoi r, and
by so doing flatter ourstlves 'hat we can give satisfac
tion. HAWKS. SMITH St CO.,
trbl 304 and 3R Uln..t
TO TXiiJ 2PTT3SXzXC:
Tho lladiscn Street
Sash, Door and Blind Pactory
TnEnnderstlgn'dhastakeatbe stand reentry eccn
pld by Moore k. nalstesd, over the Plaainc Mill et
Whipple, McCullagh St Co., and Is prepared to oil all or
ders for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings, Mould
ings, Mantl's, &c
Particular attention paid lo dressing aad ripping Lran
uer, tor tne uarpentcrs ana jiniiaers.
JanSS-d6m R. VIRGESOX
2 ZOS3 2
BOHLEW, WILSON & CO.
TAKE this method of returning thanks to the citizens
cf Memphis for the calronaze heretofore extended
to them, ardwillfeclgrattrnltoa!l thos who feel dis
posed to continue taking ICE from them the coming
We are riow receiving our usuwl very large supply
our price tj families wm be one cent per pound. We
will alio fumlshby the cask at the same.
Our contra with the Wharlboat having expired, we
ar now prrpsrra to laruisa steamboats by tbe qiaulilT
at seventv-nve cen-s per hundred. Allonlers left at the
City Ice House, on Mala street, or at the Meat Store of
itotmt Marshall, on Howard's Row, will be promptly at
euueQ to. marl I -In
JACGII BECHTOIiD, -
CORNER OF CHICKASAW AND JACKSON-STS
TEALSR In Ale, Porter, Cldtr aad Wines of all kinds
XJ manufactured by the most celebrated estatllshmeati
tn the united states. For sale, Wholesale or ReUll
From my loag experience la the business (twelve rears u
wnicn nas Deen in tne city of Memphis) I fla Urtuysel:
with the guaranty I hava had from ray old customer
tirat my exertions nave been appreciated by them.
Jaly27-dawtf JACOB BXCnTOLTI,
T THIS day lost In Memphis, aad as I believe, cn Wash.
L lngtcn street, a small memoranda-bo.k. and SIMOo
AiiiiBas OTranjp una ocrip.
Xo. 1013 for $ 0
Xo. 1011 for 960-1.110
i.uru iu oepiemDer. isoo, ana payaoie at fine uurt
This is to notify tbe finder who the owner is, and to give
all iiersom notice not to purchase th sime A proper
compensation will be given by me to the Under on delivery
nov2-tf TnOMAS JAMES
For Sale Low to Hie Trade.
Krri KEGS nails.
J J J 350 pieces best Power and Hand Loom Bagging
a c us aiacnine Jtope;
60 colls Manilla Rope;
100 pounds Twine.
DOUGHERTT & ATDLETT.
nov2 43 rrnnt Row
3S. 33 TUT G "XT jSL 1j
NEW DRUG STORE.
WE tske pleasure la Informing the citizens ot
Memphis and the public generally that we have re
moved our stock ef Drugs to the corner of Mala and
Union streets, and will take Pleasure In accom mo
aning an wno may raror ns witn a call.
We are also In Teceipt of a full supply of fresh and gen.
ulne Drngs, Chemicals, Paints. Oils, rerfnmerr. Ac.
Particular attention paid to filling of Prescriptions at
an nonrs of uay ana nignt.
dc3l-tf R. JOrXEB & CO.
TJEAUTIFDL black enameled, plain and ornamental
Xi oak cnamoer aetts, just received bv
MCKIXXET h. CO.,
JaaH 19i Mala street.
HCKl.N.NET X CO. hare latelr reel-
ed a considerable lot of fine FuRXITCRB
iiuiu itw iii ana noston, to which
they Invite the attention of nnrehr..
. . U.ln C- ITunnhl,
i iit. .i.utiui.. janiv
TTTE have In store and are constantly receiving tbe
r r most ceieDraieu oranoa ot TUUACCO from Virginia,
Kentucky and Mltionrl, which wa sell at nianufacttintra'
prices. We wauldcall attention to the following btands :
Trotur'SfUougo ana zteaay xwitl.
Walker it Co.'s '
n dland'. Extra Pancake ;
Mohican, pounds Whit Tnnstall, pounds J
Pocahontas " Emma Adams
Brfg " H. John,' "
Parkins " Sulberlln's
Persian Smoking Tobacco.
8KABROOC Jt OARSOX.
(eh3!-Cnt MaJlson itrtet, twu dooti irom Main,
1 XXTE respectfally call your attention to our extensive
T stock of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, French Window
Glass, Xalls, Castings, Metals, and all other articles In
oor line auiua to tne trade cf this section of country
uiu.ioi waicunas eiinerDeen imported by as direct frota
Enrope, or selected from tbe best factories la America by
our partner resident In the East.
The recent addition of another store to our premises,
enabled us to establish a convenient
WHOLESALE SAMPLE RflOr
entirely disconnected from the retail branch at our trade,
and we feel assared that Merchanta will consult their owa
interest by looking into this room and making their se
lection. Xone bat goat and punctual men need apply,
unless accompanied with the cash.
LOWXE3, 0RG1LL & CO.,
, , 13 and U Front Rew.
J"" Xew Tork Offlce. 41 PUtt street.
SUl'ERICR FISniXG TACKLE!
GENTLEMEN who desire to provide themselves with
a good outat for
Art lavlted to call and select from oar new and rare
stecv, the f el lowing articles of the chdeest ttylea and
waiting cane Rods, assorted patterns ;
French Rods, 3, 4 and 5 Joints ;
Engtl.h Rods, 3, 4 and 6 Joint. ;
ArtlOctal Flloi, Minnows, Mace, and every other
variety of Artificial Bait ;
. German Silver ami Brass Reefs, Snell Boo"-s ;
Sandwich Boxes and Dram Flasks ;
Lines of Silk. Linen. Sea Grass and Cotton.
ALSO, a complete, stock, comprising every size ot
Holyoakc's Superior Cast Steel, Limerick, Cheatertown,
i?is33: sooss :
LOWXE. OROILL k. CO.,
mar27 13 and 14 Front Row. Memphis, Tenn.
TXTE have just received from the Cumberland River a
r ton assortment and heavy stock of the
Celebrated "Stacker" iron!
Including Wagon and Dandy Tire, Plough and Scraper
Slabs, asserted Plough Moulds, norss-shoe, Xall-rod,
Round, Sqaare, Oval, Half-oval, Scrap, 4c, tic., of every
required dimensions, Also
Warranted Bellows, solid bra (and other) Vices. Mous
holt Anvils Sledge and Hand Hammers, Smiths' Teags,
Stocks and Dies. Flat, Sqaare and Octagon Cast Steel,
cngusa ana American nutter, uernian steel, Borax,
narac-naiis, i ertaoie jrorges, ace, a. Apply to
LOWXE3, ORG4LL i. CO.
Janl 13 and 14 Front Row.
JUST Received, heavy shipments of Ploughs, embracing
various sizes of "Livingston County," amongst which
are several honored of tbe celebrated Xo. 11. Also Double
Mould-board, Sab-toil, HiU-slde, Harrows, Cultivators,
aad an eadless variety of and necessary Agricultural and
Horticultural implements for particulars of which, see
our illustrated uataiogu, furnished grant at our store.
LOWXE3, ORGILL& Co.,
Janl 13 and 14 Front Row.
"ETERY MAX HIS OWX SUGAR
CHINESE STJGAB CANE.
rTiniS Cane will crow on aav land suitable for corn. It
-1 yields 6C0 gallons of snperlor syrup to the acre, and
will produce fifty thousand pounds of fodder. It alto
ripens two crops of seed ia one season, and is the most
valuable crop brougut to this'couairy slice the introduc
tion of cotton.
A saall quantity ot the above valuable seed on con
signment, and in packages each containing sufficient seed
to plant half an acre, at $1 25 per package. For farther
particulars see pamphlets, furnished gratis by the agents
LOWXES, ORGILL 5- Co.,
feb7 Xos. 13 and 14, Front Row.
Fire - Proof Safes ! !
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS!!
AT the great are which broke out In Warren and Marray
streets, Xew Tork, 9th Xovember last, wheie prep-
eriy to tne amount or
S600.000 1 !
was destroyed, several of these Safe's wero tested with
results similar to the following ;
Xew Tosr. Xor. II. 1SS4.
Mr. Editor: In the are at Jo. 39 Warren-street, on
the morning ot the Sth Inst., our most valuable books aad
papers were eaposed for JS hours to one of Stearns St
Marvin's Fire-Proof Safes.
We say are proof, not because they are so labeled, hut
because we have so proved them. Onr books and papers
came out uninjured, save the binding of the Looks, occa.
stoned by steam.
Our store was eve stories above ground, and two sU
riea below, occupied front cellar to garret. The intensity
of the heat can be attested by any fireman who witnessed
Xo furnace could be contrived by the ingenuity of man
to create a more intense heat. We voluntarily give this
tribute te the value cf these Safes, and select your widely
circulated cosimertial Journal to Inform tbe merrantfie
cemffisaity what estimate to place apoa Stearns & Mar
vin's wttdar Patent salamander Safes.
HAYILAXD, BARREL it RISLET,
Ia this connexion the Manufacturers write us: "We have
made these Safes over 14 yea s have sold over 9.600
nail SIS tested in accidental area la the United States aad
Canada, and never yet had a customer to lose a dollar by
are from one of them. W. think they haveeatned a high
reputation, as they are readily sold here in preference to
other Safe's at 35 to 60 per cent, less price." A full, stock
kept constantly n nana sy
LOWXES, ORGILL & CO.
Agents for Steams k. Marvin.
FREESE & FLOWERS'
NEW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
No. 338 Main Street,
Bet. Union and Gsyoso,
IS now open for the reception ef Students. Everything
that is taught In any Institution of a similar kind la
the united States can be learned here. The course i m-
braces Single and Double Entry Book-Eeeplng, Penman
ship, Commercial Law, Commercial Forms and Calcela-
'.foss. Banking, Wuol-sale aud Retail, Commission,
Steamboat, Manufacturing. &c
Students are not taught in classes : they are Instructed
Individually and srparately ; so there will be no detention
oo account of classes. It takes bat a few weeks te com-
rlete tbe course.
Ihe hours of Instruction will be from 9 to 12 A. M. and
from 3 to 6 p. 2i. Also, Evening Lessens from 7 to 8
For full course, time unlimited $35 00
For partial coarse......... 2S 00
For Penmanship, time unlimited 15 00
For " twenty lessons........... S CO
Fer further particulars, address
FREESE k FLOWERS,
GEO. FliAIIERTX & I1RO.,
JEKE2, HATE received, per steemir Memphis,
such extensive additions to their termer
stock of Pianos Helodeots, fine and corn-
men Furniture, ot every style and variety.
as most fully justify ns In assuring the merchants ot our
elty that their orders In tavor cf their plantiag friends
in the country, caa be attended to In a manner to lasare
entire satlsf action. GEO. FLAHERTY & BR9.,
marl Corner Mala and Union streets. Memphis.
inI OASES assorted Cord'a. , fur sale by
1 J J H. 11. POTTER. Main street,
Third dsor Xorth Worsham niue.
In A OASES Fare Juice Port Wine, for sale by
UU H. It POTTER, Main street.
marl Third door Xorth of Worsham nouse.
inn CASES Hosteller's Bitters, lor sale by
LUU n. H POTTER, Main sticet.
Third door Xorth of Werrbam Douse.
rXE HUXDRED TH0CSAXD low pjice Cigars, for
II. n. POTTER, Main tireet.
Third door Xorth of Worsham House.
O P. BASSETS Creme do Bjuzy Champagne Wlce.
!J H. n. POTTER. Main stnet,
febl9 Third icor Xorth Worsham House.
TUSTieeelved, 300bbls, Smith's snperlor Pittsburgh
U Aie; II. II. POTTER,
declR Maln-at. 3d door Xnrth Wnrnham Honon.
I UTI received, 1S0.000 Cigars, ranging ia price from
t $iuto$iua tnousana, ny
H. H. POTTER,
de cl Msln-t.. -Inor Xerth Worsham nonw
TUST RECEIVED 200 cases Blackberry Brandy, nro
tl ior saie oy ii u. j'urifcH, jizin-si,
marS Third door North of Worsham of House.
rpWO nUXDREDbbls Pittsburgh Ale in store and for
jl. saieoy n. ii. nriiKit. jsaia street.
marl Tlilrd d-ior Jirlh of Worsham Hou
kXE HUXDRED cases B-th &Sedgewick London Cor-
w dial Ula: in store and for saleby
II. H. POTTER. Main street.
Third door Xorth of Woiaham House.
Booth & Sedgwick's London Cor
Inn CASES received and for sale by
U U J. BOTD k CO.,
marlO-dlm Xo. 170 Main-st.
"inn Gross Wine Bottles, warrante to hold one quart,
AUU a'andard measure ;
60 Gross Quart Flasks, for sale by
marlO-dlm J. BOTD k CO.
O C BBLS. Old Monongahela Whltky
35 bbls. Pure Bourbon Whisky;
fi half Dines Brandy, (direct importation) ;
6 quarter casks pure Port Wine, (direct importa
6 quarter casks Brown Sherry Wine
6 " " Madeira Wine,
Received and for sale by
marin-dlm J- BOTD k CO.
CASES assorted Pickles, Jast received and for sale
nnn ASSORTED sues, rtceiviu ana ior saie oy
t)UU marlO-dlta J. BOTD k CO.
-tff BBLS. Df an nausy,
1UU50" American Branfyj
SO" peacn uranoy,
loa boxes Cheese;
Also, a general assortment of Groceries, la ttor and
for sale by mario-dimi J. BOTD k CO.
Adrancc on Cottoa In " Traastita "
TnE undersigned will make liberal cash advances on
Cotlon shipped hence to Liverpool via Xew Orlsans.
conslgued to Messrs. BREWER 4c CALDWELL, Xew
i ork, for sale thtre la transitu. lorfurther Information
pplyto WM H. HULL,
nom-tr no. ' Front o
m WO DR A.TS also two Dray Licenses which have eight
X ana nine mourns to run. App;y to jbx
GWTXKE k GIBSOK?:
LIST OF LATE PUBLICATIONS
roa sale sr
Cleaves & Gswon
THE Artist's Bride; or. The Pawnbroker's Heir, by
Emerson Bennett, author of "Prairie Flower." ke.
Old Haan, the Pawnbroker ; or, The Orphan's Lsgacy;
A Tale of Xew Tork, Founded oa Facts ;
Inquire Within for Anything Ton Want to Know; cr.
uver Tnree i noatana ana eevtn nuairea Facts
Tbe Golden Legacy; A Story of Life's phases, pro-
nauEced to be oat ot tbe best novels written by a
A Thee-rotd Tut of Modtra Splrltoallam ; by William
K Gordon, V. B.l
SUvrrwood ; A Book of Memories;
KatbleBrande; A Firrslde History of a Quiet Life:
The Poetical Works ot Horace Smith and James Smith ;
authors of the "Rejected Addrestes," with Por
traits and Biographical Sketch ; .edited iy XpesStr
Parlor Eraoas; or. Dramatic Scenes tor Home Amuse
ments; by wm. is. Powie.
marl5 8LEAVES & GUI0X.
Sew and Popular NotcIs and Tales,
TOST received and for sale by CLEAVES . GUIOX.
cJ Ivors ; A Lots Tile, la two volemes, by MUs Sew ell.
Vielet ; or, The Cross and the Crown, by Miss Mcintosh.
Hecey Ijle; or. Life and Existence, by the Daughter of
tbe late Captala Marryatt.
The O'Briens and the O'Flahertys ; A National Tale.
Pasa Pane; or, Parte ot a Life else uatoU, by X. Parker
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee.
The Quadroon ; er, A Lover's Adventures tn Louisiana,
by Capt. Hayne Reld,
Marrylrg too Late, by George Wood.
Veva ; or The War ef the Peasants, and The Centeript.
The Liua of Flanders: or the Battle ot Golden Sours.
Count Haro of Craenhove, Wooden Clara and the VII-
The Curse et tha Village, The Hipslcen ot being Rich,
and Blind Rosa.
The Miter, Rlcketlcketack, and The Poor Gentltmaa,
uiuc vomit, uy laariis Dickens,
tebl-daw CLEAVES h. GUOIX.
Webster's Private Correspondence,
WITH Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences,
containing alto a Biographical notice of Ezekiel
Webster. Two vols., 8vo.
A new Life of Sanmerfleld, by William W. WHIett ;
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Le, in two volumes ;
The Miser, Rlcketlcketack. and the Poor GenUemaa ;
Three Tales ia one relume, by Uendrkk Cenonseteace ;
Poems of Henry Wads worth Lonifellow complete la two
The Cutaways; or, the Adventures of a Family tn the
Wilds of Africa, Ulostrated;
The Play-Dsy Book, Xew Stories for Little Tofts, y Fan
Chanticleer, A Thanksgiving SUry cf tha Psabody Fami
ly, by Cornelius Mathews, with Dlcstratlons, by
Onr Grandmother's Stories, and Aunt Kats's Fireside
Memories. Just received and for sale by
JanOi-daw CLHAVKS Jt GCI0X.
. DOESTICKS AOAIX.
THE nistory and Records of the Elephant Club; com
piled from Authentic Documents now in the posses
sion of the Toological Society, by Me, Enlght Russ Ock-
sioe.M. I)., and Me. Q. E. Philander Doestkis. P. B
This being Ihe veritable and veracious history of the
solngsand zalvioings of the Elephant Club. With the
minute and particular narrative ot what they did. To
which is addi d a complex and elaborate description of
wnat tney aid'nt. Containing, also, the exaltant record
of their memorable success in eventually obtatnlai each
and every one. A tight of the entire end unadulterated
Animal, from tbe primitive hair n his attenuated pro
boscis to the last link ot his symmetrical tail.
The numors of Falconbrldge : A Collection ot Humor
ous and Every Day Scenes By JohnatbaaF. KeHey.
Like M5ml ; or. Explorations and Discoveries during
Four Tears' Wanderings in the Wilds of Southwestern
Africa, with numerous Illustrations, repr-sentieg Sport
ing Adventures, Subjects of Xstural History, Devicss for
cestroying wtra Animals, etc.
Beanraarchals and His Times. Sketches of French
Society la the Eighteenth Century, from Unpublished
Little Dorrlt. By Charles Dickens, doth and paper
Donna, t or sale by
Janl-daw CLEAVES k GUIOX.
A FEW copies of "WASHIKGTOX CROS3IXG THS
CX DELAWARE " Painted by E. Leutze, aad esgravsd
by Paul Glrardet.
A large assortment ot Frenea LHaozraphs aad Steel
Engravings, suitable for Greci Palatlr.g, well worthy
the attention of Teachers; these wishing, weald do wet
te call early and mate seiecttor s.
Beaton's Abridgement ef the Debates la feagrcss trim
17S9 to 1795, bocad In mn-lrn er law sheep.
Daytkisk's Cyclopedia of American Literature, la two
Fine IGmo. Pocket edition of LngfeI!ow's Poems.
" ' " ' ot Tennyson's "
Fer sale by CLEAVES A. GUIOX
I HAVE iat received some ot those ele
gant FREXCH BOURDOIR PIAX03,
from the celeurated Piano Factory ef
" Eajtfts, " at Paris and London, aad af
ter tnem ior sale. I keep those splendid Httl ORGANS.
called Seraphlae, with from ten to thirteen stops, and all
the latest impror mnts. These are known to be tha best
Instruments for Churches, Lodges aad School Rooau. All
instruments sold by me .e warranted far era years.
3"roaingaad Repairing of Pianos. Violins. Orxaas.
Meiodeons, etc., etc., done In a wirkmanlfks maaaer at
S3 I da not pretend to give lessons en acy number aad
variety or instruments.
HBXRT G. H0LLEXBERG,
TRU TEE'S SALE.
TX punnaaee of a Dei of Tiast cxecuud to me bi R
JL V. Rtchardsen, for the beneat of C. D. McLean, da ted
the 13th day ot December, 1866, ar.d duly recorded la Ihe
Register's office cf the cvaaiy of Shelby and State cf
Tennessee, i wui proceed to sei for cash at pub lc sa'e
at my Auction Boom, at II o'c ock. on TUESDAT, the 71 h
day of Apiil. 1S37, the following described property- aad
known and described la CD. McLeaa's tcb division as
lots 2o 9. 10, II, 12, 15 and 16, and bounded as follows ;
Beginning at the Intersect on of theast side ef McLean's
Avenue with tae centre of the Memphis and Germtnlcern
Plhnkroad, the n-rthwest corner of lot io 9; IbeLej
eastwardly with tbe centre of .aid riankread eight hur-
dred iet (BOO feet) to tbe northeast coraer of lot Xo 12:
thence southwardly a parallel line with McLean's Ave
nue eight hand red and seventj-two feet to tbe north tide
of an avenue forty Net wide; thence westward with
tne noun swe or law aveaue four hundred feet v the
south west corner of lot Xo. 15; thence northwardly on
tbe dividing line between lets Xo 14 and IS and parakt
with McLean's Avenue four hundred and th!ry-six feet
to the northwest corner ot lot Xo. 15 ; th'cce westward,
parallel wr n the centre el the piankroad efortrald four
haaderdfeet (409 feet) to the southwest coiner ot lot Ko
Diae ino. 91 on tne east side or McLean's Avenue four
butdrea ana intny-six feet (tu feet) to the beginning;
twelve acres, in acres: mere or less..
The tttle to the above praperty is believed to bo good.
butlwlllonlT convey aoch tiile as Is vested la me as
Trustee All rliht or redemplten Is expressly waived by
tne terms ot the treed ot Trust
marts-Ids G. D. TXCg.E, Trustee.
TJURSUAXT lo a Deed of Trust, made and entered into
A oa the lata day of February, a d. 1566, by Themas
J. Cogswell and Anna M. Cogswell his wife, wherein I
am appsinted Trustee, farcer-ata purpose In said deed
set forib. I will proceed to sell at public anctlen. for cab.
in irontor u. is. Locte-s aicjoa store, oa Main street.
ia the city of Memphis, Tenn.stee. ou FRIDAT, tbe 1st
day of May, 1867, to theblgaestbidier far cash, the fol
lowing tleecriDed piece or parcel or grousd, Ijiag, being
and situate in thectly of Mem; his and State of Tenses
see to-wlt: Said tot or parcel ot gruand i. known and
dssizaattd as the lot ef green n dedl to F r-'. Tayk r k
Robinson by W. L. Vance, aBd IxibikImI as fMlows, viz :
Betimlzg at a slake oa the no-th. i !e if B-al street.
about sixty feet east ot the eaMein fan of Kayo Uiy-os.-;
theme eastwardly with tie mrth stleot Ialttieet
thirty fret to a state i thence nartbwsrdlr at right angles
with Beal street one hundred and arty fret te an alley;
thence vestwardly with said adry thirty feet lo a stake.
andiheme socthwardly to th? beginning being souta-
w st corner of Block No, 64 ot Ihe S'u h M-mphis nb-
aivtsion. i win convey saia pvpeny us ine purca.ser in
as lull ana complete a manner as I cm a T wtee, and
not in any other way. II C. CLVRR8,
Clerk's Sale of Valuable City
Fraier THus, Louisa V. Xelson" -..,. I,.
r .1 . ., j, . . , .
mi Slllh M V.lc.n mhM L
. T . , I diri;s..n
TjURSUAXT to a Decree of the Circuit Costrt of Sfaetbv
X county, rendered at the September Terra. Kit. la the
aoove caus-, t win, on
SATURDAT, THE In or Mat, 1S7,
on the premises, In the city of Memphis, preered to sell
tu Ihe highest bidder, a valaabie Lot nf Oiennd. being
partof Lots 135,137 and 133, freRltng 34 fe lu 1-cbes
on Exchaste Square, and running bai k east 143 4 fret to
Main street, in the city of Memphis, due j or Sherby
ani srate ot Tennessee.
Terms or Sale. One third cash: ral-ne en a
credit of one and two years, la equal instaTS-nt. rar
chaser to rxecute bond sicurl y for tbe unpsl pnrchaee
money, am a lien will te retained oa the Lot until Gum
payment is made.
Nevertheless, said Lot will be rertd at private sale
upon the above terms, until the above tttn. when. If a
suitable parcbaser Is aot found, saM Lot wl I be sold as
aforesaid. Fer particulars, call on Frazer Titus, J. M.
Frovine. er me.
marlB-tda M P. I. 31 E WART Ork.&c
T nAVE sold out mrStab'e -n tbe cornr ef Union and
A Second stirets, rettgned a'l my aeeountt. and made
an arranvenient tor inefpronnt iriiirmmr au my iu-
aeoieanets. i taze tais pno te ummc or reiuramz my sib-
cere thank. to my kind friend, and patrons (hose who
paid.) and ot cordially reco-nm-ndlnr my sn-ceswrs, in
whose boneaty and Integrity i leave the most Imp! Kit re
lit tee, and whom I take a pi lal pleasure is recommend
ing to my numerous frtendras kind and caarteeus gentle
men, from whom you can always get vsise for your
meney. B. it. BLAUS..
MEiirins, February 4, 1857.
Tha above card of our old friend Black will apprise our
frltnds ot Memphis and rurremxllng country that we
caa bs found at tte above stand at all hours, both day and
night, r-ady and willing to setve onr friends n any de
partment of Ihe Livery business, at. mack's uaestra
n?ss will bo promptly adjusted byheundrlrntd,asfat
aa means come into their hands from the assets oi aata
R. R Blark.
mar20-lm X P. FBRRELL . CO
Memphis and Charleston Railroad,
4sJ ! Cif-I ..agSi WW7-5ii-Pg
a a. . kj n v i u iti
THIS road Is nowneatfy completed only sixteen rnCe
staging. The Pronrt' toi a are running from aix ts
ten Dally Line of Coaches and cn put on as many more
It required, from terminus, te terminus ; and being the
only llnejhxthave a through ticket with the Railroad
Com ranraa Persons will be pa llcnH- and not snffer ant
one excertTjbe, Mill and Stage Agent otour Cempanyu
taxe iBccicpous oa uieir tarougn t'czei, who will fa
found at the end of tbe road.
For Through Tickets or seals from terminus to tar.
minusapply at the Geceral Ticket Once; Commercla
Hotels suts, jtjukl'X x CO , Proprietors.
maris I a. P M Pattebsom Agent
ri" addition to our large stock we have received a lo of
Copenhagen Watches made to our order the finest
Watch ever offered lu this market.
teb!5 F. H. CLARE, k CO.
nUE .TH0U8AXD BUSHELS best Sweet Potatoes for
J sale at the nrst Toll-Gate On Hernando Plank Road.
Price $3 per bushel. J. T. MITCHELL.
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARJLLA,
AWARDED SI ST OCTOBER,
M tht out end only genuine compound ofthi iico
noa presented to the public.
LOUISVILLE iSSVJLL KXHTELTI0S.
THIS wonderful preparation, so Jtwtty appreciate I by
the American people, haa now become the sfatrUrd
remedy of the age. The aaicted bear testimony , r.lu
marvelous properties, and the unhappy, pam-wtrr ard
exnaustea sazerers rejoicertnere ts aeip. ween an lave
failed. Out of the hundreds of cases scattered rrer
Mississippi, Alabama, Wlseasla, Missouri, laduA aud
Kentacky, It has never In a single Instance been
te taB, and wiit cre beyond all doubt :
u'a or King's EvH. AT-
tecttoa of the Bones, Syphilis,
EebUlty, Habitual Costiveness, EryMpe
Uat PaJmcpary Dsseases, Liver Complaint.
Files, Female IrregBtarttks, Flstola, Skin BOttsa
Diseased KJdayi, ard as a great' and pow
erful Tonic, purifying the Blbod,
and invWezaUBg ths
This medlslne, thMigh prepared at great exfeoit, Is
nevertheless wttfais the reach of peer as weslaMM'.and
looked spun by the roar mar Hy as the greatest Dentin;
ever Confer rfl -d maaklasl.
Dr. T. A. HHRLET3 Manufactory, corner cf Z inth
and Greene streets, Louisville, Ky., wusro aK'tdcrs
must be addressed.
For sale by a. Y. TARX3 ORTH & CO., aad Oh A X
DLER X CO., Memyhl., Tesnewee, asM BrCXTUtt
throughout the Uaited Stares aad Oaaadas.
Price tl per bottle, er tr for $3. - sepSl-dswIy
Fnrify yosip Blood!
TnE CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF V EL
LOW DOCK is the soveretga law it j jar all M Tca-riar-Affections,
Scrofula, SweriiBget the Jotels, hhrz
matlsm, Jlc AsaLiverMedMae, it has asMtsl. Its
aiterauTa rceex oa tee system, is ad4ittess to Hs b" ig a
purely Vegetable Preparatioa, adepu H to ateaA any
Chroale Affection where aa alterative meee 1st re
quired. For Eruptloes en the Skin, OM meets, Dy .pep
sla, and Xerveas Haadache, it has a sBeeetafct m
petitor amoBg th aestrums of the day. Atailwui
Medicine it vill befo-Md tnvchuble.
X3 Fr sale only by CHAXDLER 4. CO..
sepcV Jawly Draerists aad Ayotheearsir.
Odd FetVrva' Mad Bfeck. MeasjMa.
CHANCERY SALE OF A
VALUABLE BRICK RESIDENCE.
PURSUANT to a Decree of the Cbaaecty Csssftet Mem
phis rendered in the cate of Waa. A. BtttfenI t
Walter Coleman and others, I will, an
Thursday, April 23d, 1857,
In treat ot my cfijc, ia the city l Mtmpaii, erocoej to
sell to the highest bidder, a '
Valuable -Lot and Kesidence,
ia the city of Vempbu. situate ca the Sesstheast corner
of Washtsgtoo ai -d Third streets, injsstiag eaTMsd tre.t
thirts feet, and reaniog back and feeasia a Wa blsg
ton street oe hand red aad foetj-etabl feet ta i iehe.
Tbe improvements consist ef a large three-tory Brtr
Rrsideece, recently erected, aa exceUn.t CWsrt, and
other improvements, all la good order aad esssctitioa.
Termt of Sale Three thvusaad Mfars Wa yiidln
cash, balaoce ia two rqsal instalsneata, at six aasL.wttve
months from day of sale, with interest ftesa Hate pw
chaserte execute Botes with approved eeesuttr. -ten-lion
barred. JOHX C. LAXIl.t,
maras-dawtd Cjetk and Ma er.
CIIAA'CERT FALE OF
Valuable Real Estate
AXB 1MPROVEMKXTS JX
PURSUAST to a d-cree et the Chancery Catrt at Msea
pals. r ndered Xovember Term, 1S6. in the cuse ef
Wi Ham E. Bail r t. Jaates Basks, Fttankrth Baaks.
and othe s, I will on
Tliursday, April 23, 1S5T,
la front of rav emoe ia the city ot Memphis, pssxacd is
A Valaabie Lot ami Meaiknee ib S. Meaprib,
Situated ea the cosaer ot Shelby aad Oversea streets.
Said lot b-lsg boaadid as feilowa :
Begieniag al a stake at the point where the wet tiio
ot Saetby .treet tetereeis the aottk sMe ef Overtaa
street, rusniEg thence northwardly with Shethf- atseet
271 teet,toaBaBey; thetsee west with sasd aey KO fee
te tbe northern coraer of a tot owaed by E. A. F. Lava
leU: theeeeseutbm feet to Overtos street: theaeawttii
all the impseveawats thtreea roaatOtiSMt of a sssiTtorta
bte Framed Residence and ether va,Bahh! laanrsvesuenta
" - - - - " 1 wjt-
Terms or Sale The above Bestioaed Let aud tr
proTesmata wtli sje'Vs4 ra a credit aevea, twel.e a est
einhteea moBths in equal UMtarmeais, the paichi ser t
execaU sai at aetory Betes tor the parehase meaey. Kc
demptioB barred. JOHX C. L.X1BR,
jaarS22awtds Clerk aad Master.
CHAA'CEIIY SALE OF
PURSCAXT to a deem ot the Chaaeerr Oart a t Mem
phis rendered Xavessaber Te-ra tdttf, re ts ea of
u. r. aimer aaa u. a. a assy, a imisiisisars et W. W.
Miller, deeM, vt. The Hsirs aad Crelitea 1 saM- XLlar.
I wm on
Thursday, April 23, 1S57, .
Ia treat of my eOce ia the city of MeBtpeii, pseroed
sen to the highest bfcMer,
A ValuaWe Lot or Tract of . Ltnd,
Containing about 3 H acres, lyitnt set the aew Raleigh
, " ,.J . M.nw , I IMfc i WX JU.
land oa WQtcn ward w Milerfwaeny i
ALo At tae sasse uae aM pcaee. I wtH to the
highest bidder, a reversloBary isierest is esw acre of
land adieinlaz the above beiag tba porties ot sakl tract
of lasd aBstted to the widow of saM W. W. AIMrr. The
above mealieaed Ms are teeated ia a' geetf ntgMerhoI
aad lie just without the rurporataitaitts.
TERMS or Sale Doe halt of asircbase meaev ia
6 months, balance in K months. Parcbassirs. to execute
bonds with approved security with a Hen retameo en the
premises. A pUa ox the Lota can be seen at ay See by
those whs may wish to examine.
JOHX C. LAX IKK,
nar22-dawtds Clerk an Master.
YalnaMe Keal Estate
EAST OP HEKPHIS.
TiURSUAXT tn a decree of tbe Cbaecery Soaxt at Mem-
ju phis, rendered Xave-aber Term, 186-5, tst the cue 'r
A M. Ferguson, executor of Theeaas W alea, deeeeeed, vs.
juier i fciu ami ota-rs, a wiit oa
Thursday, April 23, IS57,
la treat ot rayefseela tbeefiy ef Memthts. pnx'.id to
sell to the atghest hkMrr, a vet lain tract or parettet land
coatalnlBg a beet
lying east and near the city of Memphis, bete? a part ef
and let ot Xo. 80. ea the plan of aa hundred kCte iract vt
land, laid aST and snhrttvWed by Jobs Wherry far J. &'
Cisjbrouk, and situated between tat ptaafc; read aad new
Slate liae road beiag the northern part st a s x acre
tract, apen wfclch Dr. C. B GotsrieferBMtiy seasded.
TERMS or SALE. The above aeaeiftesi laatt ba
soM on a nvdi!, or sevsa months ; purchaser te exeeate
bond with approved security, with a lien retala u tba
premises. Redempttea barred
JOHX a LAX1BTR,
mari2-dawfi's Were aai Master.
Chancery Sale of Real Estate in
PURSUAXT le a Decree et the Chaaeery Ssurt atMem
phis read-red la the ease of Fergiuoa XnU and
other., vt. Thomas C. Bas aad others, I wtsLea
Thursday, April 23d, 1857,
la front ot my office, la the city et Maaifiila, pr- ceed ts
sen to th. htgbesl b'.eUer,
A Valuable Lot of Ground in Col-
Bound-d and described as foMows : BixrlnrttT: ha the State
Line Road, 39 feet West of 3. T. .BafenTs Lot, lunaiaz
theaee Weetwardly SO feet, thesce Seathwardry tc. P.
Adams' Use, thesce Eastwardly to R. M. Hawfev's Ha.
I iseoce ortawara to tsw oeitteeiBg aesssg. ie Lot. er
I ptrcel of LaadoB which the Uaioa House, ha Oalliervflfe,
I was feimeny sltaated together with asth
I the Ktpreve
I a; eata thereoa.
Terms The above mentioned Lot aad. taprevemests
win be sM oa a.credit of seven moatbs. aejtthaser to x-
esote bead with rppreved security, with a Hen retained "
ob the premises KedemvtHa barred.
msrl9-dawt JOUX C- LAXIBR.O. k. M.
V:lualilc Tract or Itand.
PURSCAXT to a decree of the Chaaeery Cavartat Mem
phis, re idered Xovember term, 18K. la the eaee ut
James T. Leath si. Joseph R. Fercnsea aad RHhard U.
Kirby, I wui, oa
Thursday. April 23, 1S5T,
la front ef my otaeo la the city t Memphis, preoeed to
sell to the highest bWder,
A Valuable Tract oCLand,.
Ceotainins about 394 acres, lyteg in 3hey coaaty. Tea-
aetseee one parcel or division of wHah.ls bos.ded as
B-ginninz at a hickory marked W. P., raaIar thenea
wfh Pradcn'a. formerly Farley's soatherB htondaryr
soulhSt degrees, west 191 pole aad 19 ItaSS. t a stake'
near a Mack gnat; theaee with bis Hae north 6 degTei-a
west 13 poles to a atake Bear a sweet gam ea Ih-s stace
road (now piank road) from Raletgh toSasaervaie; tbea.e
along said rend sootb, 84 desn es west 99 neks to i staae
on the west iKl- of a branch ; then south 5 degrees east.
a poles to a stats; in- nee soot LSI degrees west I pule,
to a stake; thence south, fi degrees east. 143 txies. to a
stake ia Jamera n's northern boundary Hae; theveewHh
same line north 54 degrees east, 43 poles, to a white oak,
his corner; thence with hN fine south, 6 drgteee; east,
31 poles to a stake, bl corner, near a red bed petRtcr at
the eld campground; thence with Ms Hue Berth. S4 de
grees east, crossing Hurricane Creek. In aH 63 pab-s to a
stake, his corner; thence with tls line suath, 6 degrees
ea-t, 62 noes, loa stake, near two hickory and gam point
ers ; thenc not tb, St degrees east, 12fi poles to a Make ia 1
Ward's wt stern boundary, at tho Berth end ol Park'a
line; thence with Ward's line, crossing the creek, 2JS
poles to the beginning containing 300 hundred acres more
Lictr s to cBxapniD&a. xaiQ.
The other division or pa. eel of said tract centairs aeont
four acres, and aqjeles the above mentloaed tract, being
a parcel cf land con vijed by George Farley to Them as An
Terms or Sale. The above mentioned Tan Is will be
sold on a credit of seven menlhsv purchaser to txecate
bond with approved security, with a li-n en the pt emUea
!CJ-saje at II o'clock, a. sr.
JOHX a LAXlKtt.
mirW-dswtds CJerjraDd'Mliter. '
To the Patrons of the Commercial Hotel
FEELING very gratef nl to a liberal and generous pub
lic for their support la whatever blanches of busi
ness I have been engaged here, I desire to render my ae-J
knswledgmrnts mora es pectaTly for their support ef this '
establishment . and far the quiet and feed order my juesta
have enabled me to preserve la it.
The uceuie for retailing spirituous liquors at tin bar
having expired, it will, la deference la the law. brtlaaedl
from and alter this day. D. COCKKB1.L, )
Janti-tr proprietor Commercial Hotel.
THREE or four good MATTRESS MAKERS wanted,
immediately. Good wages gives, at " I