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I -KILL sU. en easy torm, tfct Lot situated t tbe
aoriaeast corner ot BWott aad Avery rirWi, treating
18 J f eet on rsrtott sreet, and 136 feet on A ve street
an H bounded OB the east by Bledsoe illey, which 18 30
fret wide. This haw ot tltt most desirable Residence
Lets in Sootb Memphis , beta oonveolectly totaled to
finest and to a Food MiShboruood. I will aeU the
-bte or divide it, a ray be desired.
Apply to J. C.BAVIS,
rar27-tf Jit Bank ot Memphis,
THE south bill of Lot No. 42, (rooting rt if' teet en
Chickasaw street, aw nrouios: luck ltSH feet- Oc
Ibis Lot there X a eaaill comtortabic boase. Tbe terra
are libera.. Apyir to G. B LOCKE,
marlC-tf Auctioneer and Rei Estate Broker.
Lots at Private Sale.
IOFTKR for ale, npon easy terav' uniaBBrevea Lota,
I2i, 132 V36, 136, 103, lot, 131, 133. Improved Lots,
16? and 17b seine en tbe v-ne subdivision of Greenlaw.
Sattarratw, Loesey Jt Cede. G. B. LOCKE,
r ov2-tf Auctioneer aad Real H.Ule Broker.
Tlios. Peters' Residence for Sale.
i HAVE for aale tbe Reiezice aod 'SSH acres of land
keloagiaf teTBemas Peters. Khq.f lying ot th State-
Lire oad aad tbe Memphis and Charleston Railroad, 21
mites eut of Memphis, at 3ray'a Station Tbe improve
ments consists of a Jwe Kup. bmit is Gothic Style, 9 large
rotors and s siin aaes, with doeeu, store rooms, &c.
Kitchen, 3 servams' rooms, cistern, wefl, stables and
bar a, carriage boa, wagon abed, Jtc., Jtc IB abort, it
is one or tbe best improved places is Shelby county, U
new and in perfect order. I'm UI set! tbe iasprewsaeaU
and S! X acre ot land, or all together. If desired, I win
tell the stock or shorn, boss, and eattle. corn, fodder, oats
and pork, aUasMered aad packed bathe smokehouse. A
bargain win be sires. Apply to Too, retors, on the
preaaises, or to S. B. LOCKS,
-c 21 Aacltoneer and Real Bstafc- Broker
iiuburban Resftlence for Sale.
I OFFER for sate, ason good terms, the former Resi
dence et C. F. Kin. Boo.., lying on the north rate of
tbe new StatMtae Toad, a mile and a half east of tbe
city. Tbe tract contains 11 ares, and is improved with
a small residence of three rooms, well and oilier Improve
ments. Also, a roar acre weed lot, neartr opposite. This tract
is Kit bin three qaaaters ot a nUe of a pood charts aad
scfasot, and is in one of the best and healthiest neighbor
boots la the vicinity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKS,
vll Auctioneer and Real Bstate Broker.
For Sale, upon FaToraWc Terms.
BEING desirons to pot more cash mees into
: business. I offer for sale, tirwo terms to sail, tbe
(I f allowing well-located Citv and CoBBtry Pro-
One Lot. 57 by liSS' feet, on tbe north side of Madison
street between Third and Fourth streets, impnved with
a small Frame Rente, Cistern, Jtc.
A Lot Si feet 3 laches ea tbe sosth side ot Beal street,
by 125 feet on tbe east side of Caasey street, improved
with a Frame Grocery Boase, aad is a cood stand far
A House and Lot oa tbe west side of Oausey street 306
f-tt. south of Boat. Roase containing six rooms,
f'oe unimproved Lot, on Poplar street, 66 by ItSX feet
Ooe Lot en Exeaaage stree,, 60 feet 3 iacbes by MS
One Lot on tbe Alsbama Road, 53 by S7 feet.
Sight acres R tbe Carr tract, on tbe north siee of Cen
tral Aveaee, i-etween the Residence of Hen. I. G. Harris
and the PicecB Roost Plankroad.
mar2t-l m No. 3 Clark's M arbte Block.
I tTILL sen oa coed terms tbe folio wins prop-
aerty: Wi acre, twe miles treat Memphis, East
fcot tbe nemando road, on tbe Kerr Aveoae. seve
.atresen Jaikson street extesdrd, aeteiaiBg Pr.
fTaikin's former resideaM. Six acres trontisg on Wil
liams' .A venae, nearly opposite it. J. Wright's residence,
ALSO, a beaatttal Lot, 369 by 1M feet, on neraasds
and Elliott streets.
mariO-lm J. M. FROVIKZ.
OS Laadensate stre-1, oatsMe the corporation.
KINE A ORBS OF LAXD. wbtcb has been ec
I'M ra&i,l Sat vmm hvttfardMiee AnlhfnrRH.
.Isoslsa small dwriumr, conlatatnE foar rooms
and basement. There is a good astern near tbe boase.
ply immediatoiy to
Jao22-tf JOHK CANKOVAX
A RARE CHAXCE.
T OFFER for sle, on favorable terms and at a low $rice,
JL my PLANTATION of 500 acres ot tbe best quality of
Itistissippi bottm land, all greatly above overflow. 10
nu'es west of Memphis, on the plank road; 160 sens of
cleared Land and a new double-frame Home with suit
able offices. Apply at tbe piece to
PKTBR LEONARD, or to
eep7-tt BAKIEL HCGHES, Memphis
The Best in the World
CAN ee done by those who wish to parcbas
City Property, or handsome Country Residences
m tbe BBbarM. fls some of tbe latter cab Be
.had a noe Residence, ready, for occapatieti.
Terms liberal, aad ae good. Apply to
octl7-tf CHARLES T. MeLEAN
I OFFER for sale Ave hundred and twerty
i acres of Land, foarteen miles ortbeastof SoK'
iterville, on the Jackson road, known as the former
residence of Stephen Jsravm. The ptsce is well
improved, has a good fi anted dwellJic bouse and excellent
out houses, sin-bouse, with gi i snd tn 'ether. K-hoase,
&c. There is ea the presoiees an extensive orchard, with
ea kinds of frails grwa sn tbe coantry. There are two
hsadred and fifty acres of laud in coltivatum, and the
zveatame portleo wen timbered. Apply to tbe aBder
sifsed, on the plaee. R. F. JAKMO.V,
mar3-w6m Black Oak Grove, Tma.
THE subscriber oflers for sale tbe tract of land
son which he now resides, iu Haywood county.
aTenneseee, throagh which the Memphis and Ohio
Kaur a pastes, bale tract contains a boat roar
thgusandj acres. The improvements consist of a line
f ame dwelling, with ten rooms, negro quarters. gn
t jTLe staUee. a Sne stean snd grist mill, good otcbards,
and a.' the necessary improvsments for a large farm, or
ent conveniently divided toto several small ones. For
hea. :h and fertility of soil this place is aBsnrpassed by
rzy in ht country. Foi farther particulars apply to tbe
sets Tiber on Ok premises.
ArlO-izsQ THQ8. SHAPARP.
A Bargaiu to lie It ad in Lands.
IWTI L. sea .Ue tract of Land ea which I live. In Tip
th .conty, 3t k;., six miles west of Ripley, on
T p: , 1, 'iver, ( or creek,) t latainmr Sight Hundred Acres,
fi-.-e ! uidro! of the very l-st creek bottom and the bai
t'.ce second bottom and npland. Tbei c are about one ban-d-M
acrei ci-ared. and in a fine state of cultivation.
Tec '"r-uvemcnts are goad and new, conistine of a
lirtumg bouse, aad aun-cesary out noases. Tbe above
ti'tu! lend. 1 have no hesstaacy In saying. I one ot the
best in North Misstasipiii far raiug Cotton, Corn or
l - i as the range is Cue both Winter and Summer.
T t par:, :!art about tnt ulaee, I re r to Davidson, Silts
& Aiur. i.apriii J one w. iDompMai, Hlpiey, Mix.; w.
i t -s . noiiy springs, or to mjeit &c the premises.
oc'.ii-wti j. j. PBGCiS.
I HATE three HOCSKS aad LOTS to rest for
the present year, artaafd la tbe XartbeArirn
part of the city, n what is known as Wibebes
.terAveaae, rt being the property upon which 1
ncv Lie For a mere pertica'ar descnotiaa, asd for
oiling ibe coBlract et rent, call oa Major Willies Kaf
ir at tne be usee. BOB P&ICB.
A SIT?AT10X as wk-BKr or Sbinaing Cterk. by a
TV. Toons Matt from St. Loaas. Good ref errnee givec
C. H. MARTIN, P. O.
T) EACTIFULLT situated aboat Is Mites Soatbeart
Xi t io Memphis. Tbe grounds have been surveyed
and handsomely laid on by aa experienced landscape gar
dener, vsrjiog in site from one to twvlve hasdred square
leet, ana eacn tot numaered wna a aurame pot and edged
with evergreens, and tbe entire tract enctsxed with the
Osage Orsnge Ledge. Said grounds are extra pt from
taxes and execution. Arums xiom tbe sale or lots, a
fend is to be raised to be invested in Corporation bonds or
lie city of Memphis, tbe interest ot which is to keep up
eCem-.tery perpetually. A Reception Vaalt is now
riapieted and ready tor ase. A map of tbe Grounds
m ay be sees at the Oace of tbe Oampaay, No. 8 Madison
.treet, also at the Oemetery.
The price of lets bs ve been red seed to a uniform rate of
twenty- five cents a tqaare foot. Terms cash, or note at
tour months with a teod endorser pyae in Bank, witb
bat interest. For a single grave, ten dollars, to be paid
forattnetimepuresiaaea. upening graves, two doi.ars
art arty cents, to be paid invariably at tbe time ot ap
plication, or arraaged through tbe Sexton. Theee trims
must be complied with by ail penons, before they can
bury on the grsssds, which they can do by calling en
the Secretary and Treasurer at the Office, or on the So
jierident at tbe Cemetery. When tbe purchase money for
a lot Das seen pan, sac tomptny v- ii execute a deed to
is purcnaser. . srsitAiti, President.
JOS. LENOW, Sec'y &. Treas'r.
noT27-dtwawly JAMES STEWART. SnperH.
AQBms street, mempliis, Tenn.,
TS nuw prepared to do all kinds of Machine Work; also.
j. a emtoai work or every descrlp' ion steam Engines,
Saw MJls or every description. Cotton and Wool Ma
chineiy. Gin Gearing, Planing Machines. Also, Brass
Fvtmdery, Casting and Finishing, Steam Gsage Cocks and
uasungs of every description, heavy Wrought Iron Forg
ing. Wrought Iron Gratings for Jails. Bank Vaults. Col.
lar and Side-Walk Grates, Iron Fcsctngef every detcrlp-
uaimaoeiooraer. .Also, House frosts. Window Caps
id Silis, ef various patterns. In a word, I am prepared
so a j every aescripiioa or wore iu my ime.
I have now in shop the latest aad most improved pat-
u rns oi steam Jgines. ISAAC PHELON
S. McKekka. SnperlntenflVat. feblO-ly
0 G VMnt.1 "
' . ' ( Petltitn to divide iisd. InCoun-
James T. Stewart. ,T-Ooart ot Shelby county.
IN this cause It appearing that J. T. Stewart, the de
fendant, is a non-redoest of tht State, it is ordered
that the Clerk of this Court make pabtMatloB in the j
aicmpau arrtii, sewspaper, req airing tbe said J. T.
Stewart to make hi appearance at tbe nezt'term of this
Court, to be held oa the first Mondsy in AprH next, and
plead, answer, or denir to tbe petitteaza thii behalf
ci'o, or tne aat win i e tatea for confessed as to him.
sou ki ioc u-enc
marS-Uip JOHN P. TREZKVAKT, Clerk.
PRINTING PAPER AGENCY
NASHVILLE PAPER HILLS
OX C0tJRT-T, BET. FROHT BOW ASD MAIH.
WHERE all kinds and sires f Printing Paper can be
bad at low prices for cash.
Orders for any unusual size of paper win be dispatched
to Nashville ana niwuprcnapvir mm prices, with the
addition 01 trassporiBwi. r . a. mrisatAN.
apS-ly Cha. Davis. Agent.
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS I
T WISH to bay 698,600 pound of rags aud will Py the
I highest price in cash iw" ana itnen rags,
and old rope and bagging that is delivered tome,aa3
earnestly soiictt tceiavm
' W. S. WHITE If AN.
gfO.lT CnAi. Davis, Ageat.
nrcnrsf AH'TS. PEDLAK8 A,n
jsj. "1,mTrZjr-L. .adl wsMbny'alltbe vbrln- I -1- aerona aireet, Between asniugton and Adama
will iacrezse their taitoess, and 1 rJnry5 6rtn- streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re-
CHAJ. Davis, Agent. F0""6 lt 6e horteit notice. An work done by
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X wrI7 HANCOCK CLAEK & CO.
Gcntlcmens' Boys and Childrcns'
Sole lacattocv Trunks, Cav-
243 MAIN STREET, UNION BLOCK,
WE are now receiving mr SPRING AND SUMMER
STOCK, which will be found complete In quality,
styles and prices. We hive
500 Spring and Summer Cassimtr Sorts, "tense very
50n pairs Fancy Cassimere Pantaloons. " at all prteas t "
666 pairs Blact Cassimere and lrp E Tete Paataloea !
303 Black Cletb Frock and DrcssOoats, " some rtry anej
line doth Dress Coals, "good style;"
Black and Farcy SHk Vesta Raglan Patterns and styles ,
566 Fancy and While Marseilles. Vests, Ragtac styte
Rich While Figured Satin Vests, new styles ;
6fi White Linen Fre ts and Raglans r ,
600 Sl.ex Drap E Tele, AJpaoca aad Oashmsra Frock and
SorioK Ca4raere Kastan Over Coals ;
586 doseo White and Fancy Shirts, Kin wth wilt be
found att tbe styles.
We also have a Urge stock of Medium Goods.
Weraspectfutty solicit an examination of our stock.
The FKiCEk will be found low.
marl" SPITETfc OLABKK.
J. sriVXT. ..... c. CLAXtsE.
SFIVEY & CliAKSkID,
WnOLtSALE AXD EETAIL XICALXXt IN
GEXTLEJIEX'S AXD BOYS
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpot Bags,
33 SI AIM STREET,
Union Block, Opposite Court Square.
OUR terms are cash, which enables us to sett at tbi
lowest price. We respectfully solicit a call from aH
In want of Gastttng. may25-dawly
T R ADE.
SDIOX & SEESSEL,
3IAXUFACTURERS OF MEXS'
and wnoixiAix orAxens IK
Staplo and Domostio Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES AND PLASTERS' GOODS.
OUR facilities this year being of such a 2ture we are
enabled tooCereer Spring and Summer rtock, which
is unusually large, to the trade and citizens gene, ally at
tbe very lowest rates. Country Merchants and Hirer
Traders in particular are earnestly requested to call and
examine oar stock before purchasingelsewbsre.
SIMON & SEESSEL, 63 Front Row,
Comer JeSersen-st., under Commercial Hotel.
HAVING removed to No. 6 Court street, between
Main street and Front Row, begs to retmn his
thanks to his friends and tbe public generally for their
liberal natronace for tbe last six years, and bones, by
strict attention to business to merit a continuance of tbe
Having engaged a No. 1 Critter, of locg experience, be
is now prepared to make up bis goods in erst rate styie,
and cheaper than any other boase in Memphis, for cash.
He buys for cash and sells for cash. fet27-3m
187 aTATKr ST.,
Under the WoYsliam House.
rpnE subscriber begs leave to announce to biscastom
JL ers and tbe dtiiens of Memphis that be has return
ed from New Tork with a full assortment ot most splen
did Goods, which be is prepared to make cp for cash on
short notice. sep6-ly
noaiE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP MEMPHIS, TENT.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL GCARA NTT CAPITAL
$360,660. I $166,000.
CHARTER R J by the Legislature ot Tennessee, Session
of 1865-'66, to make Fire, Life, a mi Marine Insurance
and to cause themselves to be re-insured when deemed
expedient. In view of which tbey have arranged with
thefoHowing Companies, for re-insurance by means of
British Commercial Life, London Capital $3 006,663
Equitable Fire, " 2,060,600
Infmational Life, ' " 2,860,009
Knickerbocker Life. United States, " 260.1X0
Great W. stem Marine, " " 1,060 060
Howard Fire end Marine, " " 099,000
Consolidated Fire " 300 000
At tbe annual olecUen en Tuesday, the 10th ltstant, tbe
folio wing liirecters aad Committee were elected ier the
ensmug year :
JAMES B. THORNTON, L. J. DGPP.EE,
GBO R.GRANT, THAS. McADAM,
STBPHEN B. CURTIS, J II. MULFORD,
HKNRTS. KING, JOS BAJtBIEPJB, Itf
S. B. ODRTIS, L. J. 1HTPREK. S, EiitS.
Medtl Examiner GI O. R. GRANT, i . D.
Allannf J. B. THORNTON, Kt
AmrttikfS. P. BANKHEAD. Xsq.
AndatasMetingeftbe new Mrectorr n IrerteeseViy.
tbe nth inst., the following offlcers were tbaseo. Jar the
JAMBS B THORNTON, FrnUtnt.
GBO R. GRANT, Pice i'reiiient.
THOS. McADAM. Secretary.
OFFICE No. S, Mautsoa street, corner Izoll Row.
OF STEAMBOATS. Mean-boat boilers, snd Sieamboit
Machinery, trader tbe provisions of tbe Acts of Con
gross t 1 SK asd 182. OfBee, 8 Madison street.
matt- THOMAS McADAM. Ia-pecter.
MARISE AXD FIRE ISSURAKGE CO.
Of NasliTille, Teen.
CAPITA!., :::::: 150,000.
JOSEPH TaULX Fre't.....A. W. EUTLEU, Eec'y
Jena M Hltl, Alex. AUison, Thompson AcdcriM,
James Coney, B, H. Gardaer, F. A. Owen,
G. M. Pe?c, Josepb Vaulx, Jamea KUs,
X. E. ABoway, W. S. Eakia.
MARINE INSURANCE en Cargoes and Freicits tmdet
open or special polieies. Inland Transportation Bisks ct.
MerchsBdlap, by steamboaU, rtilreads, or land cairiagis;
also, hazard on rivers and lases to or from ary part of
tbe United States.
FIRE INSURANCE on buHdlngs, dwsUln; or other
beasea, good in store, furniture, tie., In town or cotatry.
(3Nesroes tcaared against tne dangers of tbe rivet
J. G. LONSDALE. Agent,
OfEce JeCersen street, Memphir.
Tke 3Mual Life Insaraace Company,
nt? JI5U' VHT? TT 1
Accumulated Fund, S3.000.000
THE rates adopted by this Company are baaed upoa the
most correct observations. Policy holders got sll tbe galea
of tbe Company, a 11 la purely mutual, having no prefer
red since or other capital to tone ths first fruits of pi onts
from the insured.
Any person wishing Insurance on his or her life will re
ceive all information, togetner witn tne requisite forms ti
application, by calling en J. u. l.Uf3UALJS,
Agent Mutual iie insurance tympany.
cell t-1 v Ofoeo Jefferio-m street, Memphis,
C. C. MAYD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OPPICB,
WHERE can be found all description of Grave Work,
which will be furnished as cheap as it can be got
In any market Wect. Also, Building Work done at short
It is to tbe Interest ot all persons wanting such work to
purchase from tbe yards at Memphis instead ot purebas- I
log from Ageuts, as the Manuf actors have to add J the I
twenty per cent, tnat is paid Agents to the work sola by
them, southerners, look to your interest.
ders-dawm C. C. MAYD WELL.
riillE nndertizced ar now opening at their NEW
NO. 37 FRONT ROYT,
a general and well selected assortment of
Fresli Drurrs and Medicines.
Chemicals Paints, Oils, Dyestufis, Patent Medicines.
Glassware and Perfumery, warranted to be fresh and
nclne, direct frem Nw Tork. wl lch are offered en ac
commodating terms. Call and Judge for yourselves, or
send in your orders, which will be promptly attended to.
particularly tbos from a distance, and tbe goads seat
forward witbnut delav. The GatrnBipe af nnr rrUJ.
and the public is respectfally solicited to our new es-
laMiafimeni. as we feel assured we ran render n.tlsf.n. I
tlou to all who may favor us with their custom.
Prescriptions put up carefully at all houTA.
aufgb BLACg K PERKINS.
C. K E0LST & SON,
aiain-st., Old Stand, First Door below Monroe,
(Tht oldest permanent itandin tht City.)
TTAVE constantly on hand an sizes of Patent Urt.M
. - . i
uruers irora lae couxtry promptly attended lo. Fur- j
Biture made and repaired, and Upholstering done.
TUST rec ived, a fine assortment of superior GOLD
u ujutj-ij, u.uc cxprcseiv ior ateiainotypes, by
- iir.aiiujsir, isi Mala street,
febl 3 , Opposite the WorrJiam House.
5; - 5Tt'R'l' "-tf- E?Si r tAstwr
?t . - I
. ' " a0w I
Will Art- Knanniim. Tia I. inim nr rmirtfvnristrn I
;aa3 - ly L. B, BTJRR tp CO.
fL.,r sCi. 7. v?!sS ,,5JS alr1-ll.tbt' Pipes. Condensers Fo-g.s, MeUltc Life-Boats, and Steam
lieoh.cv1",?.' ,. m' OJOth 5"' ork ia geaeral. Also, Bank Safes, Fireproof Shut,,
SWAN & GO.'S LOTTERIES.
Capital Prize $50,000.
TICKETS OHT.Y 810!
OWING to the great favor with which oar Single Xrm
ber Lotteries have been received by the public, and
the large demand forlieketa, the Managers, S SWAN &
CO., will have a drawing each Saturday ILr-iughout tbe
year. The ft Bowing Scheme will be drawn in each of
their Lotteries for jiarcn, 1902.
To be draws In the C.'.y of Atlanta, Georgia, In public,
on SATCHDAT, April 4th, 1SJ7.
To bo drawn B tbe erty of Atlanta, Georgia, la public, ea
SATURDAY. April Uth. 1647.
QT.yii j3g 32.
To be drawn In the city ot AUaata, Georgia, in public, on
SATURDAY, April 1S.U, 1S57.
To be drawn 1 tbe clly of Atlanta, GJotgla, In p abac, on
SATURDAY, April 25th, 1867, on tbe plan of
. 3,290 riasost : :
Moro than Ono Prizo to Every Ten
TO SI DEAffX
EACH SATURDAY IN APRIL.
1 Prise of $66,066 l SO ,000
j .. 26,009 Is 20.0U0
1 18 608 Is 10,600
I ' 16,669 is 10,066
1 6,C0 is t 6,000
1 ...t 6fi& Is O.OOO
1 6.009 is 6.000
1 2,466 t 2.690
1 20 Is 2.600
1 200 is 3,t00
1 2 600 is 2,600
1 2,00 is 2,560
1 2,600 Is 2 600
1 " 1,0-0 is 1 000
1 1,160 ll 1.000
1 1,000 is 1,0 0
1 " 1,000 is 1,000
1 " l.COO Is 1.000
106 100 are 10,000
ISO " 60 are 6,000
4 Prkes of SiMApruxtias to $50,000 Prize are $900
4 160 " 20,000 " 6t0
6 80 ' 10 000 " 610
12 50 6,000 " COO
24 30 " 2,600 " T20
20 " 23 ' l.OTO " 600
3,0w) " 20 ar 60,CO0
3!90prlies t moan ting to $204,000
WHolo Tickets, 810; Halves, 85 00;
Quarters, 82 50.
PIjAN OF THE LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 to 30 000, corresponding with those
Numbers on the Tickets printed oa separate slips of pa
per, are encircled with small tin tubes and placed in one
Tbe first 218 Prizes, similarly printed aad encircled, ar
placed in anothrr wheel.
Tbe wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn
from tbe wheel ot numbers, snd at tbe same time a Prize
U drawn from tbe other wheel. The Number and Prize
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered by the Coromiff wuers; the Prize being placed
against the Number drawn. This operation Is repeated
until all the Prizes ars drawn oat.
Approximation- Prizes. The two preceding aad the
iwo succeeding Numbers to those drawing the first 13
Prti'-s will be entitled ti the 72 Approximation Piizcs, ac
cording to the sobeme.
J3 The 3,000 Prizes of $20 will be determined by the
last figure of the number that draws the $50,000 Prize.
For example, it tbe Numbers drawing $50,000 Ptize ends
with No. 1, then all the Tkketswhere tbe number ends
in 1 will be entitled to $e0. If the Number ends with
No. 2, then all the Tickets where the number ends In 2
will be entitled to $20, and so on to 0.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the following
rates, which is the n.t :
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets $50 00
" " 10 Half " 40 00
" 10 Quarter " 20 00
" 10 Eighth 10 00
In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the money
to our addies. fer tba Tickets ordered.en receiptor which
they will be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can
have Tickets ending in any ngare luey may oeeignate.
Tbe list of drawn numbers and prizes will be fotward
ed to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Parchasers will please write their signatures plain, and
give their Post Office, Connty ana state.
Remember that every Prize is drawn and payable
in toll without deduction.
J3 All Prise of $1,000 and under, paid immediately
alter tbe drawing other Prizes attheuiual time of
If?" All cotnmunrcatlsns strictly confidential.
J3" Prize Tickets cashed or renewed In ether Ti-kets
at tit her office.
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates of Packages of
Tickets either to
mar26 S. SWAN fc CO.. Atlanta. Ri.
S. D. TBCEHEART J. 31. WOODSOX.
TRCEJIEAUT & WOODSOX,
Manufacturers of Southern Star Cotton Gin,
T BSFECTFUI.LY call tbe attention of the public, par-
ri, ticularly tbe Uo ton Planter-, to their GIN MANU
FACTORY, now in sucoesttal operaltoa in this place. We
deem it nnn -oessary to publish any testimoaisls of tbe
good performance of our Gins, theuch many could be
procured or gentlemen who are nou U'ing ihem men ot
high renilatiun as planters, and wou d not be satisfied
with any but a itoud Gin ; and we will only add tbst we
are determined to pare no pains or meant to mate a
Oottea Gin thai will pbase the Planter.
In addition to the Gin we formerly adrrrtls-d and snM
for $8 per saw, we are nw nttint up aa improved title,
at con-iderable additk nil expense, w ica wc will sell at
93 SO pr raw.
A sample o' our Gins can always be seen at Messrs.
Graham It Illll't . who are our ag nis In Mrnipbi.
Ger.iienten Plat-ier. send m your orders with xpectfl-
oatien', and tb"y sh-n be prompt'y attended lo. A suf-
aetent guaranty givm lo erety sale
Xj Repairing done with neatness ax4 disralch.
Ii:iIortasit to Cotton Planters!
THE TAILOR TREJilUM COTTON CIS,
CIiESTATfS, BEOWN & CO.,
rpHE subscriber begs leave to VI the attention or
X Planfrs to an examination of the merits of these
Gin Stands, whicb possess la a greater degree the quali
ties to be deri ed in a Cotton G.n in : Speed, Light
Draught, and God SampU than ai,y G.n extint, and
are off-red on as reasonable terms as any establishment
In the South.
I feel fu lr authorized in sarins that I tn f nrnUh. all
things considered, a supeoor Gin Stabd to any factory In
the united Stalls.
Messrs. Fewlkst, Mount & Co. are agents for the sale
of these Gins, who will keep a supply of various sizes on
hand, or will order any sine at short notice. Ofnoe on
Jefferson streot, Memphis. Teen.
mar20-dtwaw6m S. A. THORNTON, Ag't.
Premium Cotton Gins.
rTTHB attention or Cotton Planters is reaectfallr citlod
ver& Co., Bast Brtdgewater, Mass. Under a recent lm-
. i. - r. e. i , . j , v - v, .. .
la general use ; their superiority needs nocommrats frtm
us, as thousands are now In successful operation la ti e
We have on hand fifty Gins, embracing all the different
sizes ana numbers or saws.
Also 10 and 12 feet senent bolts, washers. &c. com
plete, all ot which we oSbr to oar friends upon the usual
terms ana time. GWTNN h. GIBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange Building.
Memphis, sept. 28, 1854 tr
HITiaEVS PATENT PORTA-
S AW MILLS
CLAEK & AYERY,
St. Louis, Mo.
AGENT AT MEMPHIS, TENN.,
TTAVING taken the Agenev for th sale of the above
UL Circular Saw Mills, I am prepared to fill all orders
Ier Mills, with or without the power to driv them on
the shortest notioc.
Persons wishing to purc!iae Mills, and also desirons that
they should be set up and put Into operation, can be ac-
e so not win to praiss our own wora, an wn asx oi
persons wishing to pu base Mills Is to examine our
work before buying elsewhere, as we tblck they will give
us the preference alter such examination. We are sat
isfied our Mills will saw more lumber, and In better style
in the same number ef hours than any other Saw Mill
Perseus wishing to purchase Mills will please address
rae at Memphis, Tenn. G. MCLEAN.
clack cmita and fciicet iron Worker,
Corner of Fror.t Row and Jfineheiter-tt.,
SECOND-HAND Boilers bought, sold
ana exceangm for new ones. Sheet Iron
work dona of every description, such as
uuiiiiucTi. uiKHru. firs nens. hicn.
Chimneys, Brtchen, Fire Beds, Escape
Gasometers, CI. terns, ke
N. B. Boilers repaired at the shortest notice, and n
the rxoii reasonable terms. novlt-cawly
Q.OO C-i?ES Turer Brothe"' Celebrated Ginger
U U T!e. t.evt nr...,
50 cases Blackbery Brandy;
25 " Pure Juice Port Wlnt;
60 " assorted Cordials.
H. n. POTTER,
Marn-st., 34 door north of Wnrsbsw Hons
Extension Dininrr Tables.
MAHOGANT, Oak and Walnut Extension Tables,
frem tea to fourteen feet long, Just received and for
aie low Dy
HOT" MCilNNET a CO,
! Clark foe
ON the 1st June, 1856. thn firm heretofore existing be
tween F. H. CLARK and A 0. WURZACH was dis
solved by mutual consent. F. It. Clark la charged with
the settlement of ths business of ths late firm of F. H.
Clark & Co. F. II. CLARK.
A. C. WURIBAC1I.
The subscribers have associated themselves together
under the firm ef F. H. CLARK it CO.
F. H. CLARK,
JA3. S. WILKIN3,
OUR NEW .FIRM.
It affords ma p'.iasnre to anneaac to my f rinds cd
the publlo that I have associated with me ray former
partner, JAS. S. W1LKINS,' and niy well-known assis
tant, THOS. niLL, under the laminar stylo ot F. 11.
CLARK tt CO.
The new arm will start with an efficient force In i-ach
xsechanlcalbranch, the Watch dtpartmentbelng undertho
supervision of Mr. Wtlklns.
Sto full at all times ot the latest fashions, and prices
as io is uie same quiuiy ana siyie oi gooas can be ur
chase, in Philadelphia or New Tbrk.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me
during my fifteen rears' residence In Memphis, and my
aim wui no to merit its continuance.
OUR alia has bet n to keep pare with our growing itlty,
and furnish those who want Goods In our line 'rlth
good articles, and at fair prices. Our assortment tor
years, has been but little it any behind our Eastern
cities. It Is more extensive this siason than ever. Oar
leading branches are, first
f? Ot whl -i we have every variety In general cie,
tosrtber with a large assortment made tt our
PTJ folder, which rr neatness of style and tlme-Seep-3j&ulng,
are surpassed by none. In our assort! lent
will be found the Eight Day Watch and tbe Repel ting
Chronometer, giving the time to a minute In the earl:.
Ocr assortment In this important branch Is kept fall
by frequent receipts ot all the new styles, wbetbir of
foreign or domestic production.
W have made this branch of our business a study for
years, not only posting ourselves with regard to the dif
ferent qualities and merits of ths different styles and ma
kers, but of the kinds best suitable to our matkst Our
assortment, for a number of years, has been larfe, to
which we have recently made many additions of our own
imi rrtition. We can furnish our customers with SHOT
GCVS from $5 to $200; RIFLES frem $10 to (ilOO.
Also, the celebrated SHAEPE'S RIFLE.
DERRINGER and COLT, of all sizes,
sortment of the kinds in general cio.
Also, a fell as-
Tea and Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Cups, Castors,
spoons, rotss, Laaies, witn many cnoice l ancy Articles,
all coin nne.
SI Li YE II PliATED GOODS.
Urns, Castors, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg
nes. Cake aad Fruit Baskets Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Pitch
ers, Goblets, Caps, Walters, &c
A full assortment of Pocket and Table, from the best
makers, with a great variety ot Fancy Goods.
OTJB MECHANICAL BBANCH.
All kinds of Watch Work done In tb most fai:hfcl
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
Plain and Oramental ; Seals for Lodges, Courts, ike,
in aay style , Steccel Plates of all sizes.
DAG UERREAN GALLERY
Prof Remington, Artist,
Embraces a suit of rooms built expressly for the pnrjc.se,
and we are prepared to fernlsh our customers with first
class pictures in all the various styles.
In building expressly for our business, we hare com
blned every convenience fr the different branches, and
gicatly re .need our expenses, which, with our facilities
and theextentisn of oar business, enables us to sell good
and do wort on tbe mist reasonable terms. Goods cheer
fully shown and fairly represented, and we Invite all.
both buyers and the carious, to drop In without oeretcoar
ana examine our stoc. we keep open bouse for all.
octl6-daw!y F. H. CLARK ft. Qt)
Til E latent and by far the most Important lmprtre
ment In Photography is the recently patented pic
ture known as tbe SPIIEP.EOTTPE, whUh is not enly
new ana unlike any ot Its predecessors, but greatly su
perior to all. The Sphereotjpe Is proof against Tlltr,
AIR and water, and for richness or tone, warmth ot
expression and distinctness his ro equal la fact the II
lusion ! snch that the picture, or image, seems suspetd-
ea la air, entirely independent or tbe back ground
Fer this picture we have tbe exclusive right for Mem
phis. Specimens can be seen in our Gallery, where pic
tures are also taken in tne various style by our Artlit,
who corabluis the Chemist with the Artist, which ena
bles him at all times to produre superior Pictures.
F. n. CLARK & CO ,
i dec2-tf No. t Clark's Marble Block
PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONER!?.
Wholesale anil IVctail
io. 07 Pront How.
wo THANKFUL to his friends and the pab".lc
I JbJIw the very liberal patrrnage extended to
him for tbe last eight years. M. LOUIS MOK-
TED0NICO begs leave to Inform the citizen
of Memphis and vicinity that he will constantly keep im
hand a large assortment ot the best Imported Wln
uaret. Pert, Madeira, White, &c ; also, Scotch Ale and
M. L. Moxtedonico always keeps on hand a gre.it
variety ot Fancy Candies and Toys, an assortment of stlrk
Candy, Prunes in jars and boxes. Raisins, Grapes, every
kind of Fruits and Nuts, Pickles, Lobsters, Sardiaei,
Olives, French and English Mustard, Sugar in loaf aid
boxes, Caracao, Maras hino, Old Wines, Ginger, Pnv
serves, Savannah, New Tork and Boston Preserves, Cat
sup, Pepper Since, Chocolate. Cordials. Syrups. Maca
roni, Vermareill, the best Havana Cigars, and a gro t
many o'her articles, too numerous to mention, now offered
lor sale very low, either by wholesale or retail.
Having, at much expense, secured the services of two
of the most experienced workmen ever In this city, he
flatters himself that he cannot be surpassel in arranginz
and iKcjratluz taMes for Parties Weddings. As . with
noiior to cimseii ana aatisfactton to hut customers
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In
JPlaisi ami Fancy
CANDIES, CAKES, &C.
, Ta l,"fll rtT a C" IIHrl EnIly.wavT
w antcaiii-ijij UU C U1XUHB
Hall, ItlempniSj Tenn.,
KEEPS constantly oc hand a large assortment ot Green
and Dry Frnlts, Fruits in their own Juke, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters. Pickles, Cordials. Syrups, fine Wines. Brandies, all
kinds ot Nuts, &c
In connection with this establishment I have fitted up
in superior siyie an
Ice Creaisi Saloon,
expressly for the Ladles. Also. G-nt,enjcn .a.oon,
where Ice Cream Is served from 9 A. M. till 12 P. M.
I ENTERPRISE WORKS,
ruxLUis & i akkis, rroprietors,
NEAR THE DEPOT OF THE
Mississippi &, Tennessee Railroad
MANUFACTURERS Of Waf ons, Plows, Drays, Carts,
Wheelbarrows and 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.
AH kinds ot Wood Turning aad Sawlnz done on the
most reasonable terms. We 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 cue oest ana most approvea machinery in the manu
facture of our work, and being both Draetical mechanic
we can and will do our woik better and sell It eheaner
than any other establishment In the city. To all we say,
come and try us. We also do Wrought-Iron Work of
every description make wrought Shutters for Houses,
ac. ah uur work is fully guarantied.
FRENCH, GERMAN, BRITISH AND IRISH
Pit E. REILLT Jt CO., so long known at the comer
of Royal and Canal streets, beg to. esy Ihey have re-
rnovra to ineir large new store ro. iv& uanal streel, be
tween Royal and Bourbon streets known as Touro Build
ings, sign of the Golden Flax, wher their amnle nim
acd resident buyer in Europe, will enable them t Irep
inc year roum.j m ujuipirbc sioca in every aepariSJsDt.
aiso a tun ime oi n,A,MAiiujt uuuua or the beat
Combined 'with the above, they will keep at hs old
stand, corner Royal and Canal streets, under thenarte of
Embroidery and Lace Store,
A complete stock of
XJLD1K3 JJlUSSa TZUJUHIHciS,
And rumi Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS,
t"- Co." Merchaat as well as the comnmer.
This latter is a class of h -use heretofora unknown in this
market. P. St E. REILLT it CO..
125 Canal street, between Royal and Bourbon streets.
teplS-Sra Touro Buihlicgs, sign of the Golden Flsc.
Pianos, Melodeons, &c.
A raw raore on nana, irom nest raa
kers, Including Ghickering k Sons'.
Pianos Tuned, by applying at
fttlt OK0. FLAHERTT & BBO'8.
garibatt anir tfutlwg- I
HAWKS, SMITH & CO.'S BULLETIN.
rSjpriras Trado, 1837 !
MERCHANTS, PLANTERS, MECHANICS!
I.OOIL TO YOUR. INTEREST.
HAWKS, SMITH & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
CUT LEE X,
IToa. 304 and 303 Slain-st.
" Hening's " Patent Salamander Safes !
HAYING now received the greater portion ef oar
Goodi for tha SI-RING TRADE, by recent arrivals
from Europe and th Eastern Cities, wo are prepared to
offer greater Inducements to the Merchants, Planters and
Mechanlcsot the Southwest than have hitherto been of
fered in this market, for proof of which we respectfully
sodctt ths inspection et our nock and prices. In view of
this, we hsve placed ourselves In a position to offer suck
Inducements to those whajnay visit Memphis fer the pur
pose oi masiug tneir purchases, as will deter tnem irom
seeking another market, so far at least as our buiiaes
is concerned. To fully carry out this object we have mad
permamntarrangi meats with the best manufacturer tu
England and In this country, to be regularly sappHed
with a full stock of Goods In our line, and will furnish
those who tcayfavorus with their orders, with goods at
as low figures as any house In the country. South or West.
uur stocx cocipriirs
For the Country Trade.
Boiled and Charcoal Iron Castings,
Boston, Philadelphia and Wheeling Nails,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets,
Log, Trace, Stay and Stretch Chains,
Bright snd half bright caststeel Hoes,
Caststeel polished rlveted-eyf Hoes,
Oil root aad steam bent names.
Hog skla Collars, horse and mule,
Cotton, wool and Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jute ConLige,
Thread and common cotton Rope,
riow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes Lines, &e.,
Louisville, Cincinnati and New York Sifters,
Nova Scotia and B -vtsl Grindstones,
Ames' caststeel Shovels and Spades,
Rowland's and Can's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all p.tterns.
Locks. Latches. Hinges, &c.
Well Wheels and Well Backets.
Together with every at tide suited to the trada, of the
country mercnant. in the
We hate made tbe best selections from tbe most approved
manufacturers of every article necessary for ths planting
Cotton. Cane and Grub Hoes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks,
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fan MUs, Corn Mills, Corn Shelters,
Corn and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutters,
May and Manure Forks, Rakes, Sic,
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent and common Churns,
names, Collars. S id g trees, itc..
Pruning Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements of all kinds,
Hall Jt-Spear's wrought arid cast Plows,
Allen's Cotton Plows and Scrapers.
Together with a full stock of the "celebrated Avery and
Livingston & Co. FIws, which have for several years
past given such universal satisfaction. We are fully pre
pared to keep always on hand a large stock of these
Flows together with the extra Points and Castings, so as
to do aoie to supply our planters with them at all times,
in tbe selection or our stock ot Goods in the
We have psld most particular attertloa to the Interests
ot our mechanics. We have selected such goods as are
best suited to this market, and cansafely guaranty satis
Our stock in this department is fall aad complete,
Greenwood's Axle Pallies and Shatter Fastniags.
Pearl White snd Mineral Knb Lucks and Latches,
uioc ana racctro-riatea
Cottage, Rural and Mortise ' "
Fr,nt and store door " " "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self-shutting door and Gate Hinges and Latches,
Bolts and Hooks, N-sils. Brads. Screws. &c.
This department In our busUiessis under the special
supervision ot one of tbe partners, who has fat many
years, in this city, given it his careful attention, and be-
ii l.. t. ,1,1. I 1. . . i i , ' .
than ordinary care, both in the selection of the goods
and la filling orders, he Is determined to use bis b-st en-
deavors to keep .acfi goods as shall please all oar ate-
chanics. and will hold every inducement to merit thtir
we would can ptrtlcular attention to our stock er Tools,
the quality of all which we can tally guaranty, coaiprie-
Union Factory Planet, Rules, kc..
Spear k Jackson's nand 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, Rules and Gnages,
Angers, Auger Bltts Screwdrivers, ke.
Peck's Louisville Bellows,
Newcomb's New Tork Bellows,
Silld Bsx and Parallel Vices,
Armitsge's Monsehole Am Us,
Coley's warranted Anvils,
Hand and Sledge Hammers,
Farriers, nammers. Knives and Pincers.
Best Charcoal Tin Tlate 1 C,
. ii "IX
" Leaded Roofing Plate l 0,
Bar Tin, Speltre, ac,
Iron Brass and Copper Wire,
BoltCopp-r, Soldering Irons, Jtc,
Tinned and Braziers Sheet Copper,
Boikd and Charcoal Sheet Iron.
Buss imitation, Russ. and Galvcrnfawd Iron,
Bar lad, Rivets, Copper Tacks, itc.'
. We would also call tbe attention of Rail read and Levee
Contracois to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, Ante's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines, MatUcks. Picks, kc
Having a thorough kr?wledge of our business In all its
branches, we ar determined to give it oer entire atten
tion, ant shall attend personally to all the orders, and to
the transaction ot our bnsinesi In every particular, aad
by so doing flatter ourselves that we can give silislac-
uon. HAWKS. SMITH k CO.
febl 2!U .ml 3; Msln.st
Tho Madison Street
Sasli, Door and Blind Factory.
rpnE understlgned has taken the stand recently occu-
X. pied by Moore St nalstesd, over the Planluc Mill of
Whipple, McCuIlagh k Co.. asd is prepared to fill all or-
d- rs for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings, Mould
ings, rami's, ac.
Particular attention paid to dressing and rlnrUn? tr-n
oer, lor me uarpcniera ana uulioeis.
JiniJ UUm R. VIRGKSON.
EOHLEN, WIL.S0N & CO.,
TAKE this method ot returning thanks to the citizens
ct Memphis for the catrouaze heretofore extended
to them, aridwillfeelgraurnltoail those who feel dis
posed to continue taking ICE from them the coming
We are row receiving onr usuvl very large supply
our price to families will be one cent per pound. We
will also tumishby the cask at tbe same.
Our contract with the Wharfboat having expired, we
ar nowprepired to furnish steambosts by the qtaatity
at seventy-five ccn's per hundred. All orders left at the
City Ice nocse, on Mala street, or at the Meat Store of
liooen jiarsntu, on Howard's Row, will be promptly at-
enaea to. marll-lm
CORNER OF CHICKASAW AND JACKSONTS
JMom TQAJ-ga , Tortn..
TVEALSR In Ale. Porter. Cider and Wine, nt all tlrwl.
XJ manufactured by the most celebrated eststliih-nentt
ia tae united states. For sale. Wholesale or Retail
From my long experience in the business f twelve veir ,1
which has been in the city of Memphis) I fla ter myself
wua tne guaranty 1 nav naa irom my old customer
taat my exertions have been appreciated by them.
Jaly27-dawtf JACOB BKGnTOLT).
T THIS day lost la Memphis, aud as I believe, rn Wash.
1 Ington street, a small memoranda-bcxA. and limu o
aiuumb awamp Laaa crin.
No. 1013 for to
.No. lOJt for 960 $J0)e
mum iu flepiemcer. iooo. ana navanie at Fine ltirjn.
mis is to notify the nnaer who the owner Is, and lo
an persons notico not to purchase th- same. A proper
wuipcuaauou win do given ny me to tne nnaer on delivery
nov2-tf TnOMAS JAMES.
For Sale Low to llie Trade.
KAft KE.G3 nails.
uuU 350 pieces best Power and Hand Loom Bagging
.-uu c lis Machine llope;
0 coils Manlllr Rope ;
100 pounds Twine.
DOUGHERTT k ATDLETT.
nov2 fa Prant Itow
NEW IKUO STORE.
n WE tske plessure la informing the citizens of
sew Memphis and the public generally that we have re-
JO moven our slock or Drugs to the comer of Main and
Union streets, acd will take pleasure ia accommo
datiug all who may favor ns with a call.
We are also In receipt of a full supply of fresh and gen
uine limits, lyneiuicajs, j-aints, uus, rerrumery, &.c
Particular attention paid to filling ot Prescriptions at
an nours oi aay ana nignt.
dec31-tf R. JOTNER Jt CO.
BEAUTIFUL black enameled, plain acd ornamental
Oak Chamber setts, just received bv
MCKINNET k CO.,
19i Main street.
v McKIXN ET k CO. have lately reeel v
Jed a considerable lot cf fine FURNITURE
-jmiiciuc Jic. imi aou jioston, to which
Mtlu Invite the attention of purcbaserr
It 192 Main Street, Memphis.
S O , O 0 0 a
TTTE have In store and are com tantlv Teeei.im, it,.
VV most celebrated brands of TOBACCO I
Kentucky and Mlsiourl, which we lell .t ainartSmraU
We would call attention to the following brands
Iter's Rough and Ready Twist;
Walker Jt Co.' " "
n.illand'. Extra Pancake;
Mohican, pounds ; Whit Tunstall, pounds ;
Toeahonus " Emma Adams "
Bllt .. " H.John's
Parkins Sutherlln's "
Persian Smoking Tobacco.
. , ' SEABR0OK St CARSON,
feWl-Cra . MadUon itnet, two daori from Mala,
WE respectfully call your attention to our extensive
stock of Hardware. Cutlery, Guns, French Window
Glass, J,all, Castings, Metals, and all other articles In
our line sulUd to the trade et this section of country
most ot which his either been imported by ns direct rrom
"""- ' irom tne nest factories la America by
our partner resident In the Eist.
The recent addition of another store to our premises,
enabled n to establish a convenient
WHOLESALE SAMPLE R00X.
entirely disconnected from the retail branch et our trade,
awiwe feel assured that Merchants will consult their own
1 i''ookl?S nt toU room and making their se
lections. None but good and punctual men need apply,
unless accompanied with tbe cash.
LOWNBS. 0RGILL & CO.,
, 13 aad n Trent Row.
ii? New York Office. 41 Piatt street.
SUPERIOR FISniXG TACKLE!
GK.NTio??Tho!e,lre 10 PovIde themselves with
a good outfit tor
Summer Pishinc. .
Are Invited to call and select, from our new aad rare
stock, the following articles of ih. r.. o.... ...... ..
qualities: " " '
w alklng Cane Rods, assorted patterns :
French Rods, 3, and S JvinU :
English Rods, S, 4 and 5 Joint-;
ArtifleialFiiei, Minnows, Mace, and every other
variety of Artificial Bait;
German Silver anj Bras Reels, SneH Books ;
handwich Boxes and Dram Flaiks ;
, , ertLulel of Sllk Linen, Sea Grass and Cotton.
ALSO, a complete stock, comprising averv size of
zr"xsiT2: noosa :
, LOWNEt, ORGILL It CO.,
13 aad It Front Row. Memphis. Tenn.
WE have Just received rrom the Cumberland River a
fall assortment and heavy stock of the
Celebrated "Stacker" Iron!
Including Wagon and Bandy Tire, Plough and Scraper
Slabs, assorted Plough Moulds, Horse-shoe, Nail-rod.
Round, Square, Oval, Half-oval, Scrap, &.C., he., of every
ii.iit1. uiiucuawuB, Also
Warranted Bellows, solid Iwt tnA Mfceri ft., vr..
bI Anvils Sledge 'and Hand Hammers. Smiths' Tongs,
Stocks and Dies. Flat, Square and Octagon Cast Steel,
English and American blister, German Steel, Borax,
----- ot t.tw: t vises. O.C., rt. Apply to
. , LOWNKS, ORGILL St CO.
J4 13 and It Front Row
JUST RecelvcdT heavy shipments or Ploughs, embracing
various sizes or "Livingston County," amongst which
are several hundred of the celebrated No. 11. Also Double
Mould-board, Sub-soil, H.U-side, Harrows. Cultivators,
and an endless variety of and necessary Agricultural and
Horticultural implements for particulars ot which, see
our illustrated catalogue, furnished yrafii at our store.
LOWNES, ORGILL &. CO.,
Jnt 13 and 1 1 Front Row.
"EYERY MAN HIS OTYN SUGAR
CHINESE SUGAR CATTE.
MlLIIS Cane will grow on anv land snltaUe forcorn. Ti
-a yields 600 gallons of superior syrup to the acre, and
win produce fifty tnsnsaad pounds ct foddrr. It also
ripens two crops or seed In one season, and Is the most
valuable crop brought to this country since the Introduc
tion ot cotton.
A "sail quantity ot the above valuable seed tt con
signment, and la packages each containing sufficient ed
to plant half an acre, at $1 25 per package. For farther
parttcaurs see paropnlsts.-furnished gratis by the agents
1X1 W.NK3, UR(f ILL . Co.,
17 Nos. 13 acd 14, Front Row.
Fire - Proof Safes ! !
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS!!
K T tbe great fire which broke out in Warren and Murray
ii. streets, new lorr, sin November last, where prop
erly Mine amoam oi
600 jOOO ! !
was destroyed, several of these Sifa's were tested with
results similar to the following :
Netv Tork. Not. 11. IBM.
Mr. Editor: In the fire at So. 33 Warren-street, on
the morning ot the 9th Inst., our most valuable books and
papers were exposed far iS hours la one of Stearns &
I tr.-vln. VlfSLV,,f c . ...
I We say fire proof, not because they are so labeled, but
I because we have so proved them. Oar books and pipers
I came out uninjnreu, save the blading of the books, ocea
stoned by steam.
I Our store was five stories above ground, and two sto-
I ries oeiuw, occupieu irom cellar to garret, xue intensity
I the heat can be attested by aay fireman who witnessed
No furnace could be contrived by tbe Ingenuity of man
to create a more intense heat. We voluntarily give this
tribute to the value of these Sates, aad select yonr widely
circulated coramsr.ial Journal to Inform the mercantile
community what estimate to place upon Stearns k Mar
vin's wilder Patent Salamander Safes.
HA VI LAND, HARREI. fc RISLET,
la this connexion the Manufacturers write us: "We have
made these Safes over It yea s have sold over 9.600
Had 915 tested In accidental fires In the United States and
Canada, and never yet had a customer to lose a dollar by
fire from one of them. We think thry have earned a nigh
rt natation, as they are readily sold here In preference to
other Safe's at 3S to 60 per cent, less price." A toll stock
kept constantly on hand by
LOWNES, ORGILL k CO.
Agents for Stearns k Marvla
FK2ESE & FLOWERS'
NEW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
K"o. 338 Main Street,
Bet. Union and Giyoso,
TS now open for the reception of Students. Everything
A that Is taught in aay ln.litutioo of a similar kind in
tb Uailed States can be learn d here, the course m-
braces Single and Double Entry Beok-Keping, Penman
ship, Owmmercial Law, Commercial Forma and Caieela-
tioul, Banking, Wholesale and Retail, Commission.
strnmBoat. jsanniaciurtng. &c
Students are not taught in classes ; they are instructed
indlvMuilly and separately ; so there will be no del en t inn
on account of classes. It takes but a few weeks to com
plete tbe course.
la hour- cf instractiee win be from 9 to IS A. M .and
f roea X too p. ar. Also, Evening Lessens from 7 to 9
Fer fall course, ttmsvaalimrted $33 CO
For partial coarse.... SS 00
Far Penmanship, time am lass led is Bo
For " twenty teutons.... 5 CO
Fer farther parttcalats, address
F3EKSE i FLOWERS,
GEO. FLAHERTY & BRO.,
r-sLsa.-? lTirPaais.1 u U.w.nl.
fclMirijtlSid inch extensive additions to their farmer
frfj fl ff (7 stock ot Pianos Melodeo s, fine and corn
's " moo Purnlture. ot every style and variety.
as most ruiiy justify us in assume; the merchants or our
etiytra: theiroMers In favor ct their planting trlends
In the country, can be attended to ii a manner to insure
satire satisfaction. GEO. FLAHERTT i. BR8.
marl Corner Main and Union streets, Memphis.
1 Afl CAStS assorted Cordials, for sale by
A W J II. n. POTTER, Main street.
Third dr North Worsham nnse.
IfV A CASES Pun Juice Port Wise, for sale by
J U H. II POTTER. Main stieet.
Third nor North of Worsham House.
Ifl ft OASES Host tier's Bitters, tor sale by
UU H. n POTTER. Main street.
1 Third door North of Worsham House.
NE HUNDRED THOUSAND low p:lce Cigars, for
J sale by
H. II. POTTER. Main street.
Third door North of Wonbam House.
Q S BASKETS Creme d iuzv Champagne Wine.
AO n. n. POTTER, Main street.
f eb!9 Third door North Worsham House.
TUSTieceived, 300bbls. Smith's superior Pittshurgh
U Ale. . II. H. POTTER,
dVcIS Vsln-st. XI door North Worsham Vow.
TUTT received, 180,000 Cigars, ranging in price from
ti tu to $w a tnousana, py
11. 11. POTTKR,
decl Miln-st.. 3-1 Annr North Worsham llnnvs
TUST RECEIVED M0 cases Blackberry Brandy, in
u lorsateny it. u. i-uiikk, Maln-st,
mare Third door North of Worsham of nouse.
rpwo HUNDRED bbls Pittsburgh Ale. la store aad for
jl saie cy n. ii. riirxjtit. Main street.
marl Third door North of Worsham nouse
VNE HUNDRED cases B-ioth Jt Sedgewlck London Cor-
dial Gin, ia store acd for .ale by
H. n. POTTER. Main street.
Third door North of Woiaham ITouse.
Booth Si Sedgrviclt's London Cor
Infi CASES recelred ltd for sale by
yjyj J. BOTD k CO..
raarlO-dlra No. 170 Maln-st.
infi Gross 'vrlne Bottles, warranto to hold one quart,
1UU I'andard measure ;
ou tiross uaartiriasks, for sale by
marlO-dlm j. BOTD Jt CO.
OK BBLS. Old Monongahela Whliky;
JJ 2S bMs. Pure Bourbon Whisky ;
5 half pipes Brandy, (direct Importation) :
6 quarter casks pure Tort Wine, (direct Import a-
o quarter casks Brown Sherry Wine;
6 " Madeira Wine.
Eeeeived and for sale-by
raarlO-Jlm J. BOTD Jt CO.
1 rn 0ASKS assorted Pickles, just received and for sale
lo) by fmarlOdlml J. BOTD Jt CO.
qnn ASSORTED sizes, received and for sale by
J. BOTD Jt CO.
inn BBLS. Dean Whisky;
20" Prach Brandy;
SO" Harris Ale;
100 boxes Che;
Also, a general assortment ot Groceries, In stor and
for sale ny mario-aimi J. BOTD Jt CO.
lsss cn r.ilnn In II rr.nSIS- tt
au,rt"4,w wulWB IU AiuuaiUU
rpnE undersigned will make liberal cash advances on I
A Uclton saippea nenceu Liverpool via Xw Orlsana.
consigned to Messrs. BREWER Jt CALDWELL, New
1 ork, for sal there lu transitu. Forfnrtherlnformation
.apply to WM. U. HULL,
ni7-tr No. 7yront Row.
ITIWO DR ATS also two Dray Licenseswhich have tight
luunmowuuiuiw i uu. Apririo
ftbv-tf UWTNNB Jt GIBSON.
jaghs ant Siafigiierj.
EIST OF LATE PUBLICATIONS
TOR IAIX IT
Cleaves & Guion.
THE Artist's Brlds; or, Tke Pawnbroker's Heir, by
Emerson Bennett, author of "Prairie Flower." kc
Old naan, the Pawnbroker ; r. The Orphan's Ltgacy;
A Tale of New Tork, Founded on Facts ;
Inquire Within for Anymieg Ton want to Know; cr.
uver mree inouiauu ana seven utatrta iracta
worth knowing ;
The Golden Legacy; A Story of Life's Phases, pro
nounced to be on of the hist covels written by a
ATh'ee-foMTestof Modern Spiritualism ; byWHUaza
R Gordon, D. D.;
SUverwood; A Book of Memories;
KathleBraade; A Fireside History ot a Quiet Life;
The Poetical Works of Horace Smith and James Smith ;
anthers ef tbe ' Resected Addresses." with Por
traits aad Biographical Sketch ; .edited by Epes Sir
Parlor Dramas; or, Dramatic Scenes for Home Amuse
ments ; oy wn. a. powie.
marlS LEAVES k 60I0N.
Kewand 'Popular Novels and Tales,
TUST received and fer sil by CLEAVES k GUION.
J Ivors: A Love Tale, la two volumes, by1 MUs sewetl.
Violet ; or, Tbe Cress and the Crown, by Mis Mclmsh.
Henry Ljle ; or. Life aad Existence, by tke iiaainicr oi
the late Captain Marryatt.
The O'Briens aad the O'Flahertys ; A National Tale.
Paul Pane; or, Parts of a Life else uatold, by N. Parker
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee.
The Quadroon; r, A Lover's Adventures la Louisiana,
by Capt. Mayne Raid.
Marrying too Late, by George Wood.
Vera ; or Tbe War of tbe Peasants, aad Tbe Canscript.
The Lien ef Flanders; or the Battle et Gehlea Spurs.
Count Haea or Graenhsve, Wooden Clara and th Vil
The Cnrse,ef tbe Village, The Happlien f being Rich,
The Miser, Rteketieketaek, and Th Foot Geatlemaa,
utue Domtt. uy cnarlcs Diekens.
febl-daw CLEAVES QUOIN
Webster's Private Correspondence,
WITH Autobiography and Persona! Remintieencrs,
coo tain tog also a Biographical notice of Ezeklet
Webster. Twovoss., are.
A new Life of Sammezfleid, by WllHara W. WUlett ;
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet lye, la two volumes ;
The Miser, Rteketieketaek, snd the Poor Gentleman ;
Three Tales la one volume by Uendrick Conoaseteaee ;
Poems of Henry Wads worth Longfellow complete in twe
The Castaways ; or, the Adventures of aFamBylnthe
Wilds or Africa, Illustrated;
The Play-Dy Book, New Stories for Little Folks, by Fan
Chanticleer, A Thanksgiving Stiry cf th Peabody Fatal
ly, by Cornelius Mathews, with Illustrations, by
Our Grandmother's Stories, and Aunt Eat Fireside
jtsmories. j us i received ana tor sale cy
JanOl-daw CLEAVES . GUION.
i ins History and Records ot the Elephant Ctab: com-
A piled from Authentic Documents now la the posses
sion or tne Tooiogical society, by Me, Knight Russ Ock
side.M. D., and Me. Q. K. Philander Doesticks. P. B
This being the veritable and veracious history et the
roinc.s and misdoings of th Elephant Club. With tbe
mlnate and particular narrative of what they did-. To
which Is addd a complex and elaborate description of
what they dtd'nt. Containing, also, the exultant record
of their memorable success in evtatually obtalnlnz each
and every one. A tight of the entire end unadulterated
Animal, from tbe primitive batrcn his attenuated pro
boscis to tb last link ot hla symmetrical tail.
The Humors of Fakonbridge : A Collection of Humor
ous aad Every Day Scenes By Johnatban F. Keller .
Lake Ngami ; or, Explorations and Discoveries during
Four Tears' Wanderiags in the Wilds ot Southwestern
Africa, with numerous Illustrations, rrpr-senling Sport
ing Adventures, subjects or Natural History, Devlcts for
destroying Wild Animals, &.e.
Beaumarchals and Hla Times. Sketches of French
Society in the Eighteenth Century, frem Unpublished
Little Dorrit. By Charles Dickens. Ctoth aad paper
bound. er sale by
Jaal-daw CLEAVES i. GUION.
A FEW copies of " WAS niNGTON CROSSING THK
fi. DELAWARE " Piloted ty E. Leatze, aad engraved
A large assortment Of Frecrh LHfcorraphs aad Steel
Engravings, suitable tor Greclta Paiatl' g, weH worthy
tbe attention ot Teachers ; those wishing, would do wtE
to can eany asa maxe select tor s.
XSeuton's Abridgement or tbe Debates in Congress frem
V5S9 to 1796, bound lu ma-lin or law sheep.
Dayckink's Cyclopedia of American Literature, la two
Fine 16mo. Pocket edition of Longfellow's Poems.
' of Tennyson's
For sale by CLEAVES k GUION
I HAVEJu reteitrlfsoaa of those ele
gant FRENCH B0CRD01R PIANOS,
rrom ae celebrated Piano Factory r
"iitABD. " at Paris and London, and of
fer them for sale. I keep these splendid little ORGANS
called Seraphine, with from ten to thirteen stops, and all
the latest improv- ments. Th'se are known to be tha best
Instruments for Churches, Lodzes aad School Rooms. AQ
iBstrumeiiti sold Dy me a.e warranted fr five years.
3"Tuningand Repairing of Pianos. Violins. Orzans
Melodeons, etc., ete.j done In a wjrkmanllk manner at
J3 I do not pretend to give lessons oa aay number and
variety ot instruments.
HENRT O. HOLLENBERG,
larS-tf ICt Mam street.
TN pursuance of a Deed of lrustexecuud to me by R
X V. Kicbardsen, for the benefit of C. D. McLean, daied
the 13th day ot December, 166, ai d duly recorded la the
Register's office of the county of Shelby and State tt
Tennessee, i win proceed to se 1 for caih. at pub K sa'e
at my Auction Room. at 11 o'c ock. on TUESDAT. tbe 71b
day of Apiil. 1&57. the following described property- asd
known and described In C. D. McLean's sab-dirts wr, as
lota No. 9, 18, 11, 12, 15 aad 16. and bounded as follows :
Beginning at the Intersect on of th east side ot McLean's
Avenue with the centre of the Memphis and Germ inWrn
Plankrr-ad, the nrthwest corner of let No. 9; tber.cr
eastwardiy with tbe centre ef .aid Plaakrcad eisbt hut
dred teet (See feet) to tbe northeast corner ef lot No. 12;
thence southwardly a piralkl line with McLean's Ave
nue eight hundred ar-d sevnty-lwe teet to tbe north side
ot an avenue forty Net wide; thence weatwardly with
tbe not th side of tab! avenue four hundred feet to the
south srest corner of lot No. 15; thence northwardly on
the dividing line between lots No It and IS and piriW
with McLean's Avenue four hundred and ihiriy-six feet
to the rorthwest comer ef lot No. 15 ; thence westward);
a parallel with the centre of tbe Flaakroad aforesaid four
hunderdfeet (100 leet) to the southwest coiner of let No
nine (No. 9) en tbe east side ot McLean's Avenue font
Jiacurea and thirty-six feet ( reet) to tha beiiaalag;
twelve seres, (12 acres' more or less.
Th title to the above prpertrU believed to be coed
hut I will onli convey each tl'lo as is vested in me as
Trustee. Alt right of redempttea Is expressly waived by
mmmci ibc XfCKSl ei iruac
maras-tds G. B. LOCKE, Trustee,
"PURSUANT to a Deed of Trnst, mad and entered into
JL oatne mm aay or rearuary, a d 16S, by Thomas
J. Cogswell aad Ann M. Cogswell his wife, wherein I
am appoint"! irastee, iarcer,aiB purposes in laid deed
set forth, 1 will proceed to sell at public auction, for cash,
5 'Cfi.-L?.- SllV"" d
In the citvof Memphis. Ti-un.ssee. on PEtriAT. the i.t
aay or aay. I3ST, to the blgarst bed ier for cash, the fol
lowing described piece or parol of ground, ljing. being
and situate In th eity ef Memphis and State of Tecnes
see. te-wit : Said lot or parcel f rr.nnd I. ksowa and
aestgaaiss. as tne lot or grosnn dred-d to Fjn), Tiyh r &
luiutiHon n . i. vance .u-i Doanae4 as r.dlowa. viz
Begiintiig at a stake on th north si ie of Bealaireet
about sixty feet east of the eastern bsek ef Uayon Gay-
oso; torncr eastwaroiy wna tieniria site of BVil treet
thirty fret to a state; taecenirthwardlr at right augls
wi n tsea. street one nnaarea and ortv f.et te aa alley ;
thence westwinlly with said aHey thutr feet to a tte
and then-e southwardly to the beclaaiac betor iik.
w-st eotaersbf BKKk No. 61 of the Srh Mrmabis sub-
ai vision i will convey saM prorxrty tn ,he paiehaser in
as fall and romplete a maaaer as I can as T at-e. and
not ta aay otner way. it c. CLAMKB,
Clerk's Sale of Yaluabie Cilv
Frazer Titus, Louisa V. Nelson'X ,
and Stilh M Nelson, minors. I"
Parte Petllloe ta
by tbelr gnardiin and next f 1. . E'" !"
friend J. M. Provine. I
PURSUANT to a Decree of the Circuit Court f Saevby
coualy. radered at the September Terra. 1818. la the
wove naa-, i wih, oa
SATURDAY, THE 2d or l'AT, 1857,
on the premises, in the el:y of Memphis, rroeem te s-H
cu me nigaest oiauer, a vamarxe Lot nr u.oaad. being
part of L-.U 136. 137 ami 133. fronting 31 fee lv hekM
on Exchange Square, and rucaing back est IIS 54 feet to
Main street, in the city of Memphis, Cc.ua y of Seeifcy
Terju or Sale. One third cash: tat-ne. .n
credit of one and two years, la eoaal Insia m hi. pnr.
chaser to execute bond securi y tr the unpali purchase
uiouey, mi a urn wui te retained on the Let Baiil final
Nevertheless, saM Lot wffl bs offered at private rale
upon the above terms, until the above time, when. If a
suiiauic pBrcnascr is not ieun.1, sail l,ol will he saM as
aforesaid. For rartlcnlars. eaH on Frazer Tile. J M
B , ' -
IUI ur, v, uic
mirgo-tds M D. L S'.EWART Ork. &e.
IHA . K sMdout my Stab e , n the corner 'fUnlaand
Second streets, resigned a t ay accounts and made
aa arf aoie ment ror ibe prom ft settlement of alt my iu-
iMvicttncji. i cjskv cms pup ic looue or returning my sin
cere thanks to my kind friends and patrons. ( hose who
paid.) and ef cortlial'y recotnin-ndlng my suecessers, la
whose honesty aad Integrity 1 have tbe most imaHcit re
liance, and whom I tske a spec UI pleasure in rreomtB end
ing to my nnmeroas friends as kind and courteous gentle
men, from whom you can always get valse for your
mney. r. r. BLACK.
MEuriils, February 4, 1S57.
Tho above eard of onroWIrler.il Black wilt apprise our
trlends ot Memphis and 1 urrenndinr country that we
can d reuoa at ite a Dove sum at all boars, both day and
night, r'ady and wilting to serve our friends :n any de
partment or the Limy business. Mr. Black's Indebted
ness will be promptly adjusted by ihe undersigned, asfast
as means come into their hands frm ths assets ef said
it. a. Black.
margO-lm N P. FKRRKLLJtCO
Memphis aad Charleston Railroad,
STAGE O T IC K.
THIS road Is nowneartr completed only sixteen mhe
staging. Tbe Froprktots are running from alx to
ten Daily Lin ot Cotches and e.n put on as rainy mere
If redulred. from terminus tn terminus ; ami betur the
only Une that have a threagb Irrxet wua ihe Railtoad
Company. I'erscui will pepa iKniarana net suffer ant
one exceit tee stall aou niaze Agent or our (jsmpanyb.
take the c upoas off their through ticket, who wlllf
found at the end of the road.
For Through Tlcltti or seats from terminus to tr.
minus, apply at Ihe Cetera! Ticket Office. Commercla
Hotel. SIMS, FICKL'N Jt CO . ProprKtors.
raar!5 Ira P M Patterios Agent
TN addition toour large stock we have received rv
JL Copenhagen Watches made to our order the finest
watcn erer oaereu iu uus market.
tebtS F. H. CLARK Jt CO.
ONE THOUSAND BUSHELS best Sweet Potatoes for
sale at the first Toil-Gate oa Hernando Piinv u,rt
nice s-s pr ousoci. j. j. MITCHELL.
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARILLA,
AWARDED TUT OCTOBER,
A the best and only genuine compound ef Hi' jfco
nvw jrcsewra to vie yvottc.
I0UISVTX1E AKinJAL EXHLBITIOH.
THIS wonderful preparation, so Jnstly appreciate I by,,
the American people, has now become the stanfard
remedy ot tbe age. Tin afflicted bear iestluea? . I IU
marvelous properties, aad tha unhappy, pais-wn and
exnauaiea suierers rejoice mere is eip, whan ail .avf
failed. Oat ef the hundreds of cases seatterte -vvr
Mississippi, Alabama, Wisconsin, Missouri, IndliJ and
s.esiiy, it naa never m a siMie instance beenkunu
to fail, acd will cure, beyond all doubt :
ula sr King' Rva, Af
fection of the Bones, SyphsiU, '
Debility, Habitual CostiveneM, Bijsaje
btt Puiraaaarr Disease.. Uver n mil lat
Plies, Female Irregularities, Fistute, ka Bases
DUeasM KMaeys, and as a grat aod pe
' erful Ttip, purtfyiag the HoodL
and bnimtlKg the
This medicine, thensb Bfeaaml at rreat t-mmr i.
nevertheless within tke revest ef near as -writ . ia. u
looked pen by the rwamnnrty aa the gmtest. Uswilug
Dr. T. A. HURLSI-'SMaaafactorr. mratr at r - nth
asd Green, streets Loajsvtrie, Ky., wnre aK -i ltr
mast be addressed.
For sal by H. F. TARNS a'ORTH k OB., aad CR IV-
DLER k CO., MemphU, Teaaeseee, aad Brtutdsta
threagheat the United States and Caaadas.
Price ;t per bottle, or sn for $3. aeaSI-dsiw ly
Purity yonr Blood!
THE CONCENTRATED FLUID XXTKAQT OF KL
LOW DOCK ii the soverem riindi sar aM it -ten.
rial Affections, Scrota! Swentsg or the Jotats, aea
matlsm, ke. As a Liver Medsciee, It has aaestaal. Its
alterative effect on the syt m, m ddiua as rto bang a
purely Vegetable Freparatiao, adapts tt to ateaat any
Chronic Affection where an alterative medteane li re
quired. For EruptioBs ea the Skia, OH Gleet?, By pe,-
sia, aao iscrveu nsiacae, it a a mm asliw toffi
petitor among th nostrums of the day. As a T mjj
Medicine it tcill it found tnvttinble.
X3 for sale only by CHANDLER CO
sepi-itwly DnngtsU aad Apbesurtss.
Odd Fellows' Hall Block. MsatajU.
tj Jauttcs Sales
CHANCERY SALE OF A
YALUARLE BRICK RESIDENCE.
PURSUANT to a Deere? ef the Caaactry Ceartef Mem
phis, rendered ia tbe case of Wai. A. Bieklal .
Walter Coienua aad others, I will, ea
m Thursday, April -23d, 1857,
In front ot my efflce, in the city of Memphis, proceed to
sell to the highest bidder, a
Valuable Lot and Hesidence,' -
la the city of Memphis, situate Hi trrftlhul eeraer
ef Wasbingtou aid Third streets, liiliiif latid arret
thirt fret, and zuaniBg back aad f rest tag a Wa-hia:-ton
street ooe hundred aad forty-etta teat , kMBej.
The iraBcovemeata ceasist ef a Urge tbre tary Btiet
Residence, recently erected, is exeeS,t C1tb, aad
other iraproveraeals. an ia good order aad riaditam
Terms of Safe Three taouMad dollars take ptid tn
cash, balu.ee ia two rqaal wtilaimi, at six aad twelve
months from day of ss.e. with interest treat (fate .pur
chaser to execute notes with approved secartty. R-IeDB-tion
barred. JOHN C. LANIBR,
mar25-dawtd Cleik aad Mater.
CHANCERY SALE OF
Valuable Beal Estate
AND IMPROVEMENTS IN
PURSUANT to a ocree of the Chancery Coart at Mem
phis, r-ndered N- vemberTerm, I860, in ta rise .f
WlIlaraE Butl-r vs. James Banks, FHritnlh Banks,
and othe, a, I will on
TUnrsdav, April 23, IS 57,
In front ef mrcflSce ia the city of Mimpati, iiiaiiLj to
sII to the highest bidder,
A Valuable Lot asd Keaiiknee k S. AeatfMsl
Sitaated on tbe corner of Shelby aad OsFeran streeU.
Said lot being bound, d as follow :
Begtuning at a slake at the paint where has wot safe
of Shelby street interests the Berth suae ef Oeertoa
street, running thence northwardly with Sasahsr stseet
271 feet, to an alley; taeaer west with sM aaey ICS fe'
te the northeast comer ef a lot owned by X. A. F. Lava
lett ; thence saata 271 feet to Overton treat : taasre wtsti
uvenon street iws reet to tae tegfelng liailii r wlh
bfe Framed RMeace aad other vtlaaMe- rmarwreata.
Tehhs or Sale The above ment loaed Lot and k -provemeotj
will be sold on a credit seven, twelve aad
eiahieea months ia equal iastarmeats, the paisa- ser a
execute satisfactory notes far the parchase mesey. Re
demption birred. JOHN C. LANIER.
mar22-dawtdi Clerk aad Ma -tor.
CHANCERY SALE OF
PURSUANT to a aecre ot the Cbaaeery Oaart at Mem
phi rendered November Te m ISM, in the egs t
B. F. Miller aad B. A May. aitmtoastrator f W. W.
Miller, dee'd, r. The Heirs and Creditors at aabi MUtr.
I will oa
Thursday April 28, IS0T,
In freat of my oOce in the city ef Meaaaaii, asarsed
sell to the highest bidder,
A ValHaWc Lot or Tract of Lti3,
Centaialsg aboat 3M acres, ryme aa the am RaMgh
read, nea- the city of Mempai. belag a part at the let at
land on which Ward W. M iB-r formerly rmiaX.
ALSO At the same time and plaee, I wil sR to tbe
highest bidder, a rveislotMry isle rest as Me acre at
land adjeinisg the above beteg the aortas at aaM tcaet
ot land illvlted to th widow ot said ,r. W. MaVer. Tne
above mentioned tots are located in a goad aenxhborbood
and Ii Just without the corporate limit.'
TrRMs or Sale one- halt ei aartaa maaey la
G raoaths, balance ia lz zooaths. rauhiinis to xeau
bonds with approved security with a Ilea letaiaea aa the
premises. A plan of tbe Luis can be seen at ray i See by
these who may wish to examine
JOHN C. LANIXR,
marag-dawto1 Cloth aad Mastet.
CHANCERY SALE OF
YalnaMe Heal Estate
EAST OP MEMPHIS.
TJURWANT to a decree of the Chaaccry Caart at Mm-
A Phis, reentered N was r Term, ISM. ta tba asss ot
A tt. Fergasoa. xecutor ef TaeasAt Walefc, daaassed, ps.
Alice Waits aad others, I win ea
Thursday, April 23, lS."r,
In f rest of my oOce in the city ef Mens paid, ataceed te)
sell to the highest bidder, a tertaia tract or pans of toad
lying east end near tb city of Mesaaato, beanc a part of
and lot ot No. SO, on the plan ot aa hundred see tract of
land, laid sO and subdivided bvJobaWherrv fee J. S
..e lC' rlv-7 ZZJTZ T w
traVt! uoou'walebc' B. ZSSfgZZZSL!-
Trims or Salt. Tbe abnve de-cribed mad wM be
soM oa a credit ef seven nwalbs ; aarenasar to execute '
bond with approved secartty. with a Ilea retained on the
premises. Redemption barred
JOHN C. LANiert,
marI2-dawtt's Clexk aatl Moiter.
Chancery Sale of Real Estat-s ia
PURSUANT to a Deere of the Cbaaeery Oart at Mem
phis reatiered ta the ease ot Fergasoa Jt S 81 ami
others, rt. Thomas O. Bass asd others, I wNa, ea
Thursday, April 23d, 1867,
In front of ray effiee, ta the city of Meeapbis, proceed ta
sell to the highest bidder,
A Valuable Lot of Ground in Col-
herville, Tenn ,
Bounded and described as fellows : BeglBBiag hi the Stoto
Line Road, 30 teet Westot S. T. .Batord's Lot, running
thence Westwardlr 60 feet, thence SeathwnMe t. i
Adams' line, theace Eastwardiy to It. M. Hurler's Hoe,
laence Northward to th beginning betag aar Lot or
parcel of Land on which tbe Uaieo Ilosue, at OaBiervMto,
seas faimerly srtaated together with aK the ktrarav.
rz enta thereon.
Trrmi The above mentioned Lot and Imaravemeata
wlH be sold oa a credit of sevsa months, uurcaaser to ex
eoole bead with approved security, with a Men retained
on the premises Kederaptlon barred.
msrl9-dawt JOHN C. LANIER, C. JtM.
PURSUANT to a decree ot the Chivcery Coast a Mem
phis, re idered November term. 1SK. m tbe ease et
James T. Leata vs. Joseph R. Ferguson aad Richard U.
Klrny, I wHI, en
Thursday, April 23, 1S57,
In f rent of my offlce la tbe city of Memphis, proceed to
sett to the highest bidder.
A "Valuable Tract of Land,
Containing about 301 acres, lying In Shelby cea'y, Ten
nesseee one parcel or division of which is boa, ded a
B-;tnninnt ahicory marked W. P., runabag tbenes
Hh Pruden.'. formerly Farley'a seataera bwindarv.
south 81 degrees, west lOi pole aad IS Heks. to a'stake
near a Mack gum; thence with bis line north 6 lesrevs
west 13 poles to a stak near a sweet gam oa tb stage
road (now ptaak 'oad) from Raleigh to SmrvHt; theace
alaa: said read soath, St degrt ea west 69 notes to a .taze
oa th: west lid- ot a branch ; then south 6 degre. s east.
13 poles to a state; cn.nce soBlLajdegreeswest :tx,le.
toastaks; theace south. 6 'dsgtees east. Its Bale, to a
stake in Jamers B'a northern boandary llae; Ihaacewlth
same line north 8t deoreu east, t2 pole, to a whil e oak,
bis comer; thence with his Hae south. 6 degieea east.
31 poles to a stake, bis eeraer, near a red bad pointer at
tke etd camp ground ; Ibeaee with his line north, 34 dr
rrees es.t, crjeslog HarrwuB Creek, in all 6J plc to a
slake, bis corner; tkeoor with b hoe s.ulh. 6 .lnm-
ea-t, 62 po es, to a suka. arartwahtckorr and iraai ciint.
ers; theno- not la, St aefoees east, 126 ptes to a stake In
Ward' wester a Wastdary, at the north end at Park's
line; thence with iVftedS Mae. crsestng the met, 218
poles to the brctaasac caaiilslnr 3S0 hnndred aeie mire
or h-ss. bM Ibe Hw tzjet 1 land conveyed by Adam
R. AlexaadVr to Taea. Aacersea, deceased, and by lis
heirs to tMaaasstaaat Uath.
Ta other JitijUh r narcel of said tract cantolra about
fear acres, aad aiiotns thcbove menlloBed tiset, being
a parori t laBd convi ytd by George Farley to Taeau An
TXBMS or Salt The above menlleoed Uns wlH b
soM oa a credit of seven months, narcbaser to execute
bead with approved security, with a 11 a on the nremiic
EJ-Sale at 11 o'clock, a. it.
JOHN C. LANIFR,
mirK-diwtds Cletk aad Master.
To the Patrons of the Commercial Hotel
FEELING very gratefal to a liberal and generates pttb
11c for taVlr support la whatever haaebea at busi
ness I have been engaged here, I desire to render my aew
knawledcmects mors epectHy fer their support et this
establishment aad f.r the quiet aad good order my guests
nave enacted me ta preserve in rt
Toe liccuic for rUIUr sMrrlneus liquors; at Ihe bar
having expired, it win, la deference to the law. b clowd
from and at Ier this day. D. COCKRF.LL.
anillf rrepnetar Commercial Hotel.
mrtURS or fjar good MATTRSSS MAKERS wanted
X laieirdiattly. Good wages given, at
JM.V? MCaUNNET k CO.'S.