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REAL ESTATE FOB 8ALE.
X HAVC lor sale nine oi uuc ifi.v,
natd aa -.he Memrhls and Cbarlestea Railroad,
aaboat two miles and a half from Court Square.
. Those desiring cheap property, oo easy tetmt.
will eensoR rfc'ir Inlenst in applying early to
O. C. WHITE,
apS-tf At Phillips St White'-, 233 Main afreet.
' FOR SALE.
T mi.L a 41 for cash or abort paper, Terr low.
I the feteswteg CITT LOTS. belonging to the estate
' o, t u t ihnt rSald aale is ordered by coutt:
Lot No. 7 lo Boca: n; Lot -- m 'ors i,
So IS In Hock 17; In front ot the Gajoso Honae.
Lota No I and 2 In Block It, on the corner ot Snetty
and B-al street.
Also, Let No. IS and 11, on Secend street, between
Uebm and Gayeso atreeti .
martS-lm J. M PR0T1NK. Agent.
I WILL aeH, on ea.j terms, that Lot sHnated at the
Bortseaat corner ot Elliott awl Avery streets, fronting
13) feet on SNiett street, and 136 feel on Avery street,
ad la bosnded on the east by Bledsoe illey, which U 30
t et wrd. Thia la one ot the meat desirable Residence
Lata in South Memphis, being conveniently localrd to
boatens and In a good neighborhood. I win sell the
utelt ot divide it, aa may bo desired.
Apfey to J. C. DAVIS,
aarST-tt At Basic of Memphis.
THE seats bait ot Let No. 42, frosting 37 X feet on
UMckasaw street, and running hack 143 M feet. On
tfett IjhI there Is a small comlertaUe boute. The terms
areltberaL Apply to G.B LOCKE,
martO-tt Auctioneer and Heal Estate Broker.
I,ots at Private Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, nnlraprored Lots,
121, 122, 125, 1SS, 163, 1M, 131, 112. Improved Lots,
1(4 and 170 being oa the plan ot f&bdirlelenof Greenlaw
Saffarrans. Looney &. Keete. G. B. LOCKE.
MT2tlf AnctMseer and Real Estate Broker.
Titos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
T HATE for sale the Residence and 183M acres of land
J. letoncrtg te Thesaaa Peters. Eq., lying on the State-
Li' ead and the Mempals ana Charleston Rallroaa, .1
. and the Mempals and Charleston Rallroaa, si
of Memphis, at Bray's Stathra ThelmproTe-
sists of a Jwe-ling. feaHt In Gothic Style. 9 large
seats ooBsists i
rssai43 smaH ones, with eloseta. store rooms, &c
XitoeecL 2 serrants rooms, eastern, well, stables and
Iwns, carriage home, wagon shed, ie., c In short, it tSr,! ft 1 jCatllCl TrUllIvS, Ca.V
the best IsnroTed BUcea in Shelbr conntT. all 1 lil-ailivi . a aaaan., vui
sew and in perfect order I win tell the improvements
cS3X,acres of land, or all together. If desire, I will
ceB the stock ot sheep, hogs, and cattle, corn, f odJer, oats
and vorkfslaugntered and packed In the smoke bouse. A
bargain wist be given. Apply to Thos. Peters, on the
premises, or to G. B. LOCKE,
dee 21 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
T OFFER for aale. upon good, terms, the former Uesl-
JL dence of C. F. Xing, Es., lying on the north side of
the new State-ttae road, a mile and a half east of the
cMy. The tract contains 11 aarea, and ia Improved with
a small residence of three roon, well and other Improve
ments. Also, a four acre wood lot, nearly opposite. This tract
Is within three quaaters f a mile ot a good church and
ksoal, and Is is one of the best and healthiest celchtor-
hoods la the vicinity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE,
botI 1 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
For Sale, npon Favorable Terms.
BSIXG desirous to put more cash means into
easiness, I oner for sale, npon terms to suit, uie
Ooe Lot, 37 by liS H feet, oh the north side or Madison
street, between Th(rd and Fosrth streets, improved w ith
a smau rr.rae aoaae. mitra, &c
A Lot 62 feet 3 Inches oa the sotth side of Beal street.
Vy 125 feet on the east side of Causey street, improved
with a Frame Grocery House, and Is a good stand for
A House and Lot en the west side of Cansey street 200
lert, again or Beal. House sontaleinf six roams.
One nnlmBrevrd Lot. oa Poplar street. 60 bv 113K feet
One Let oa Exchange atree , 60 feet 2 inches by IIS V
One Lot en the Alabama Road. 63 br 87 test.
Eight acres In the Carr tract, on the north skfe of Cen
tral Avenue, tetween the RnWesce of Hon. I. G. Harris
and the Plgocn Boost Flaakroad.
marSi-lm So. 3 Clark's Marble Block.
ihill sen on goea terms me roifowmg prop-
erty: UK acre., twamBes from Memphis, East
of the Hernando road, en the Kerr Avenne. Seve:
I WILL sea on good terms the f allowing prop-
acres en Jackson street extended, adjoining Dr.
Watkie'a former residence. Six acres fronting oa W1I
Hams' Avenne, nearly opposite M. J. Wright's residence,
ALSO, a beautiful Lot, 203 by 1M feet, on Hernando
ana xmieti streets.
marSO-Im J. M. PROVINE.
ON Lauderdale atrct. oat side the comoratlon.
; NINE ACRES OF LAND, which has been oc
cupied jar years by a Gardener. Oa theprem-
.ises is a smau aweuiog. contalnlnr four rooms
aaa basement. There is a good cistern near the hens.
Taere is also a good orchard, and a fine grape arbor. A-p-
piy immeaaieiy w
jac32-tf JOHN CAXNOVAX.
A RARE CHANCE.
I OFFER for sals, on favorable terms and at a low ;rice,
my PLANTATION ot 600 acres of the best quality of
MUtiseippl bottom land, all greatly above overflow, 10
miles west of Memphis, on the plank road ; 100 acres of
cleared Land and a new double-frame House with suit
able offlces . Apply at the place to
PETER LEONARD, or to
sep7-tf DANIEL HUGHES, Memphis.
The Best in the "World
CAN oe done by those who wish to pnrchas
utiy rrenertr. or canaaame uonntrv Kesidra
f in Ine aabtlrha- Irainnu nr ttm littnn
.had a fine Residence, ready for occupation.
Terms liberal, ana uue rood. Apply to
oetl7-tr CHARLES D. McLRAN
I HAVE three HOUSES and LOTS to rent for
the present year, sitaat-d In the Northeastern
part of the city, n what Is known as Winches-
.ter Avenne, it being the property upon which I
zwwlive. For a more particular description, aid for
do-sing th contract of rent, call on ilajcr William Rut-
in, at &e uas uace. BOB PRICE.
j an J -air
I OFFER fr sale five hundred and twerty
acres of Land, fourteen miles Northeast of Som-
aerviHe, en the Jackson road, known aa the termer
. restaesce or Stephen Jarmon. The Maeels well
Ibis roved, haa a good flamed dwelling houpeand excellent
tot bosses, gin-hoaae, with gia and threaher, lc-boate.
ate. ivere ia en ice premises an extensive orchard, with
aB kinds of f rests grawa In the country. There are two
uuiuk ana any acres er lana in cuuivaiun, ana the
aw remauung portion wea inaD.-reu. Apply to the under-
marl-w6m Black Oat Grove, Tenn.
THE subscriber oners for sale the tract of land
en whics he sow reaides. in Haywood encntv.
aTenaessee, through which the Memphis and Ohio
Railroad passes. Sain tract contains about four
thousand acres. The Improvements consist of a fine
irame aweotsg, with ten rooms, negro quarters, gin
honae, staMes. a fine steam and grist mill, rood orchards.
and ail the necessary improvements for a large farm, or
ua be ceaveaiesUy divided into several small ones. For
health and fertility of soil this place Is nn.nrpassed by
an j iu tbtcuuotry. For farther particulars apply to the
BBOscriDer on ms premises.
declO-cAa THOS. SHAPARD.
A Rnrcaiu to lie liad iu Lands.
X WII L sell the tract ef Land oa which I live. In Tlp-
o. pu eonnty, atts., six raues west of Kipley, on
Tippah river, (eTcreck.)coatalnlng Eight Hundred Acres.
Cva hnndred of the very best creek bottom and tie bal
ance second bottem and upland. There are about one hun
dred acres cleared, and in a flne state of cultivation.
The Improvements are good end new, con'iating of a
llwetHsg hecse, and all Becessary out houses. The above
tract ot land, I have no hesitancy In saying. Is one of the
best In North Mississippi for ral.lng Cotton, Corn or
tKACx, as tne range is fine both Winter and Summer.
For particulars abost the place, I refer to Davidson, Ellis
a ixair, jsrapnie; jonn w. Thompson, Kipley, jstss.; w.
v. reguis, jieoy epnnga, or to myself on the premises.
etiz-wtr J. J. PEGUIS.
T O B A C C O !
8 8 0,000.
"TTTR havola store and, are conitantly receiving the
r T most ceienratea branss of TOBACCO from Virginia,
a.euiBcxy ana jiiaseun, wnicn we ssu at manufacturers'
price, we wsatd call attention to the following brands
Trotter's Bough and Ready Twist j
Pace's " "
Walker h. Co.' " "
HoHand'a Extra Pancake;
Mohican, poasds ; Whit TunstaH, pasnds
Pocahontas ' Emma Adams "
Bigg " H.John's "
Parkins " Sutherlln's
Persian Smekln: Tobacco.
SEASROOC & CARSON,
ftsil-tei Madison str-et, two doors from Main.
A SITUATION as BMk-Keeper er Shipping Clerk, br a
XJL Tonng Mm trod St. Lonls. Good reference given.
C. H. HARTIN, P. O.
PRINTING PAPER AGENCY
NASHVILLE PAPER MILLS
OX COOBT-T, SET. TSOXT SOW AXD afAIX.
WHERE all kinds and slits f Printing Paper can be
had at low prices for cash.
Orders for any unusual slxe of paper will be dispatched
to NashvlBe and filled promptly at mill prlcea, with the
aoauien ot iraaaporuoa. W. S.TTHITEMAN.
P8-1T Chas. Dati, Agent.
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS!
I WISH to buy 600,000 pounds of rags and will pay the
highest price in cask for all the cotton and linen rags,
and old rope and bagging that is delivered to me, and
rarsesuy auuui uic saving o: rags.
W. S. WHITEMAN.
gg-ly Chaj. Path. Agent.
MERCHANTS. PEDLARS AND
MARKETERS are stlicited to engaga in buying Ragr
throughout the country, and those who engage atlt
wia Increase their business, ana I will buy-all they bring.
h. a. v. iiiijkxjlM.
apC-ly CrtAS. Path. Agent.
Adams Street, Memphis, Term.,
IS sow prepared to do all kinds ot Machine Work; also.
Steamboat Werk ot every descrlpilon. Steam Engines.
Saw Mills ef everr description, Cotton and Wool Ma
chinery, uia ueanng. n.ning aiacnmes. Also, uraa
Funndery, Casting and Finishing, Steam Guage Cocks and
Casting of every description, nesvy Wrought Iron Forg.
lng. Wrought Iron Gratings for Jails, Bank Vaults, Cel
lar and Side-Walk Grates, Iron Fencing of every descrip
tion made to orcer. Also, uonse rronts, winaew caps
and SMs, ef Tarinns patterns. In a word, I am prepare.;
to go every aescnptien or wotx in my line.
I have now Is shop the latest and most improved pat
ters of Steam Engines. ISAAC PHELQN
S. McExxxa. Superintendent. MilO-ly
IT1WO BEATS also two Dray Licenses, which have tight
A. ana sins mourns to ran. Appty to
frtf-W GWTNJOS GIBSON.
NEW SPRING AND SU3I3IER GOODS,
JAS. A. STEEETT & CO.,
SO 219 MAIN-ST , OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS HALL,
ARE juit opcbIci a choice sUck of FANCT and STA
PLE DRT GOODS, which they oflVrr low for cs.h, or
the nsual time to prompt customers. Tire Invite tie at
t ntiontf city and country buyers U call and examine
our stock before puribaaing elsewhere. Our stockoon
aUtalnpartof rich Dress Silks, Siik Tissues, B reset.
Organdies. French Cambrics, Lawns, Freacb, English
and American Prints, Ginghams, sc., tc
ALSO. Silk Tissue, Berege, Organdie, Jaconet t and
Lawn Rabe. o. the newest design; Lace Shawls and
Mantillas, new and elegant styles.
Family Furnishing Materials,
Consisting In part of Linen and Cotton Sheeting, all
widths and Qualities, Pillow Case Llaens. double and sin
gie Daniaik Table Cloths, Napkins, Diapers, TKyles,
T welings, Cnnsln Material, of all descriptions, Mar
seilles Quilts air- Counterpanes, Dimities,
Bleached and Brown Sheeting and Shlrtltg. Plain and
Striped Osnabmgs, &.c , Ticking, Striped CstUnades,
Apron Checks, Flannels. Jesns. te.; White Goodt. con
sltting of Plain Figured, and Checked Swiss Book In
dia. Mull, tc i Embrslde ries and Laces.
Handsome -Worked Setts, Collars, Braids, fcx. .Infants'
Worked Robes, Plain and Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
01ot.s. Hosiery, Fancy Btlts, Fans, Perfumery, Small
It is'our intention to mate Dry Goods th leading fea
tnre ol business, and our friends can rely upon lading at
all times a full and complete asssrtment.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
Stock in this line manufactured under our own super
Boots and Shoos, Hats and Caps,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Trunks, Carpet Bags, t c
SPIVEr & CJLAKKE,
Gcntlcmens' Boys and Childrens'
I T rr TT T TVT 1
H I h, ! ,U 1 HI ! U"
t. X J-i VJJ V "TTJTZ'lSn 3
yet Bags, Vc, Sic,
243 MAIN STREET, UNION BLOCK,
WE are now receiving our SPRING AND SUMMER
STOCK, which will be found complete In quality,
atyles and prices. We have
500 Spring and Summer Casslmere Suits, "some verj
60O pairs Fancy Casslmere Pantaloons, ' at all prices ; "
600 pairs Black Casslmere and Drap K Tete Pantaloons ;
300 Black Cloth Frock and Dress Coats. some very flne;"
Hue Cloth Dress Coats, " good ttjle ; "
Black and Fancy Silk Vests, Raglan Patterns and styles ;
500 Fancy and White Marseilles V sts, Baglas style ;
Rich White Figured Satin Vests, new styles J
5& White Linen Frocks and Raglana ;
600 Black Drap E Tete, Alpacca and Cashmere Frock and
Raglan Coats ;
Spring Cassimere Raglan Over Coats :
500 4ozen White and Fancy Shirts, anung which will bo
found all the styles.
We also have a large stcck of Medium Goods.
We respectfully solicit an examination of our stock.
The prices will be found low.
mai!7 SPIVET h. CLARKE.
J. triTET B. C. CLJLBXK.
SPIVEY & CIiARKE,
WHOLESALE AKD BETA I L SEALX&I IX
GESTLEMES'S AXD ROYS
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags
343 5IAI. STREET,
Union Block, Opposite Court Square,
OUR terms are cash, which enables us to sell at the
lowest prices. We respectfully solicit a rail from aO
la want of Clothing.
I -v -m
!$l)rHlf (I1ll !llilllll6V
MANUFACTURERS OF MESS'
AXD WHOLESALE DEALS Kg IX
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES AXD PLASTERS' GOODS.
OUR facilities this year being of such a nature we are
enabled toofferour Spring and Summer .tock, which
Is unusually large, to the trade and citizens tenei ally at
the very lowest rates. Country Merchants and River
Traders In particular are earnestly requested to call and
examine our stock before purchaslngelsewhsre.
SIMON & SKE3SXL. 63 Front Row.
Corner Jefferson-st., under Commercial Hotel,
TV "WAT S OlST
TTAVING removed ti No. 6 Court street, between
1 I Main street and Front Row, begs to return his
thanks to his friends and the public generally for their
liDerai patronage for the last tlx years, and hopes, sr
strict attention to beslness to merit a continuance cf the
Having engaged a No. 1 Crtter. of long experience, he
is now prepared te make p his goods in first rate style.
ana cneaper man any other house in Memphis, far cash,
ue nuys for cash and sells far cash. feb27-3m
187 IwXAXTKr J31,
Under the TVorsliam House.
THE subscriber begs leave to anaonnce to bis custom
ers and the citlxens of Memphis that he has return
ed from New Tork with a full assortment of most eplen-
aia dooas, which ne ts prepared to make up for cah on
snort notice. sepS-ly
HOME IXSURA2VCE COMPANY,
OP MEMPHIS, TENN.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL I GUARANTY CAPITAL
1 200.000. I $100,000.
CHARTCRBO by the Legislature ot Tennessee, Session
t 1865-'6, to make Fire, Lite and Marine Insurance
and to cause themselves to be re-insnrrd when deemed
espedient. In view of which they have arranged with
the following Companies, for re-Insurance by means of
open policies :
British Commercial Life, London Capital $3 000,000
Equitable Fire, " 2,000,000
Int-matlonal Life, " 2,600.000
Knickerbocker Life, United States, " 200.(M)
Great W stem Marine, " 1,000,000
Howard Fire rod Marine. " " 600,000
Consolidated Fire " 300 000
At the anuusl electlm on Tuesday, the 10th 1-stant, the
following Directors ana committee were e!ct&i for the
ensuing jitr :
JAMES B. THORNTON, L. J. DUPREE,
GEO. R. GRANT, THOS. ilcADAM,
STEPHEN B. CURHS, J. H. MULFORD,
HENRT S. KlilG, JOS. BARBIEUi, 'r
S. B. CnRTIS, L. J. DUPREE, H. S. KINB.
Me&ital Examiner Of O. R. GRANT, 1 . O.
Mtornty3. B. THORNTON, Esq.
AtzUted by S. P. BANEnEAD. Em.
And at a meeting ot the new Directory of Waicecisr.
the 11th inat., the following officers were cbossa fcr the
JAMES B. THORNTON, Prtttdent.
GEO R. GRANT, Fice Pruiitnt..
THOS. McaDAM. Secretary.
OFFICE No. S, Madison street, comer I rent Bow.
fT STEAMBOATS, Steamboat Boilers, and Steambost
vy Macninery, unurr the provisions of the Acts of Con
gross of IMS and ISt2. Office, 8 Madison street.
xnsri TnOMAS McADAM. Ininector.
MARIXE AND FIRE IXSURAXCE CO.
Of NasliTille, Tenn.
CAPITAI., :::::: 8150,000.
JOSEPH VAULI Pres't,....A. W. BUTLER, Sec'y.
John M Hill, Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
james uorrcy, sv. i. uaruser, L . A., uvea,
G. M. Fogg, Joseph Vaulx, James Bills,
N. E. Alloway, W. S. Eakln.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freight endet
open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risks en.
Merchandise, by steamboat, railroads, or land carrlaxisl
also, hazards on rivers and Uses to or from aiy part ot
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE on buildings, dwelling or other
fetuses, goods in store, furniture, Jtc., In town er cetratry,.
U-egrses insorea against tne dangers of the rtvei.
J. U. LUfiSDALE, Agent,
OSce Jefferson street, Memphis,
Tiie JIatual Lire Insurance Company,
OF NEW TORE.
Accumulated Fund, $3,000,000. I
THE rate adopted by thU Company are based trpon the
aost correct observation. PoUcy holders ret all the ealna
most correct observations. Policy holder get all the gains
et the Company, as It Is surely mutual, havinz- no tirrfr-
redstocKer other capital to laze the first fruit of pteHia
Any person wishing Insurance on his or her life will re.
celve all Information, togalher with the requisite form u
appucatioo, oy calling on 4. u. lAjii sDALE,
Agent Mutual Lire insurance Company,
octll-ly Offlc JeffTMB street, Memphis.
TnE nnderelrned are now opening at their NEW
NO. 3T FRONT ROW,
a general and well selected assortment of
Fresli Drutrs and MediRinoa.
Chemicals Paints, Oils, Dyestufis, Patent Medicines.
Glassware and Perfumery, warranted to be fresh and
g, nrlne. direct treat New Tork. wUrh ,r, erri nn
commodatlng Urm. Csll sad Judge for yourselves, or me
..nil In vnn- rL.Am Vl.t. II. .. . ... I
.h iu.i miKi,. ntiivu will ue unmDiiT iiimuim f
particularly thea from a diitance, and the goods sent
ioiw.ru wuuout aeiar. Tne natrosarn nt ,r, e.i.n.1.
and the public Is rrsorclinllv solicited t ,n, nw.
tabllahment, aa we feel assured we can Tender satisfac
tion to an wno may favor ns with their castora.
Peescriptlens put up carefully at all hour.
T THIS day lost In Memphis, and as I believe, cn Wash
lngton street, a small memoranda-bouk. and alryw n
Arkansa Swamp Land Scrip.
No. 1043 for a 40
No. 1044 for.... $50 (.1900 1 boat
tv is. Mijnsinei! wu. kui4 yajmvi; m . nuc illllUa I
This Is to notify the finder who the owner Is, and to itirc
au persons notice not to purchase in same. A brooer
compensation will be given by me to the nnder on delivery
nart-tf THOMAS JAMES,
SWAN & OO.'S LOTTERIES.
Capital Prize $50,000.
TICKETS ONIiY 810!
OWING to the great favor with which ojt Single Nnn
ber Lotteries have been received by tli' pobllc, and
I be large demand for 1 lckets, the Managers, -S S WAN It
CO.. wit! have a drawing each Saturday throughout the
year. The f. liowtng Scheme will ks drawn la each of
their Lotteries for March 1307.
To be drawn In the City of Atlanta, Georgia, la pibllc,
en SATURDAY", April 4th, 1S37.
To bo drawn In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SATURDAY, April 11th, 1E57. .
To b drawn in the city or Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SATURDAY, April 18:h, 13S7.
To b drawn in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, la public, on
SATURDAY, April SMb, 1357, on the plan ot
3,890 FSriasoss ! !
Moro than Ono Prize to Every Ten
TO E IIUWS
EACH SATURDAV IN APRIL.
1 Priis tf $.50,00a ! $50,000
1 10,000 is 20,000
I 10 000 is 10,000
1 10,000 i 10.100
I 6,0 0 Is 6.000
1 5,000 is 6,000
1 5.000 is 5,000
1 2,600 is 2, two
1 S 500 If 5,500
1 2.500 Is 3,100
j 2 608 Is 2,600
1 2.S00 Is 2.600
I ii 2 50 is 2 500
1 ii 1.0.0 is 1.000
I ii l.CCOis 1,000
1 1,000 Is 1,0 0
1 1,000 is 1.000
1 " 1.000 Is 1,000
100 100 are 10.000
100 ii 60 are 5,000
i Prises of $i25Aprox'tlng to $50,000 Prise are $900
1,290 prlies amounting to
Whole Tickets, 810 ; Halves, 55 00;
Quarters, 32 bO.
PliAN OF TIIE LOTTERY.
The Nnmbera from I to 30.000, corresponding with those
Numbers on the Tickets printed on separata slips ot pa
per, are encircled with small Un tubes and piacea in one
The first S18 Prises, similarly printed and encircled, ars
placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn
from the wheel ot numbers, and at the same time a Prise
is drawn from the other wheel. The Number and Prise
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered by the CommlssUners; the P.lze being placed
agslust the Number drawn. This operation Is repeated
until all the prizes are drawn out.
Arrnoxisr atiox Phizes. The two preceding and the
two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the first 18
Prizes wia be entitled ti the 72 Approximation Pi lies, ac
cording to the scheme.
J3 The 3,000 Prizes of $20 will be determined by the
lsst ngure or tne numoer mat araws toe fceu.wu nuc.
For example, U the Numbers drawing $50,000 Prize ends
with No. 1, then all the Tickets where the number ends
in 1 will be entitled to $20. If the Number ends with
No. 2, then all the Tickets where the number ends in 2
will be entitled to 120. and so on to 0.
Certificates of Packages will be soUl at the following
rates, which Is the ri.k :
Certificate ot Package ot 10 Whole Tickets $50 00
10 Half '.' 40 00
" 10 Quarter " 20 00
10 Eighth ' 10 00
In ordering Tickets er Certificates, enclose the money
to our addres. for the Tickets ordered,oa receiptor which
they will be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can
bave Tickets ending in any figure they may designate.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be foiward-
ed to purchasers Immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and
give their Post Offlce, County and State.
t3" Remember that every Prize Is drawn and payable
la fall without deduction.
EJ- All Prizes of $1,000 and nnd'r, paid immediately
after tne drawing oiner j-rues at ue usual time oi
AH communications strictly confidential.
r" Prize Tickets cashed or renewed In other Tickets
at either office.
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates cf Package of
Tickets either to
mar2G S. SWAN It CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
Planters, Look to Your Interest!
I TTTE are ..till agents for the sale of the EAGIE GIN
YV STAND Actual tests prove that the Gins now be
lng manufactured are the best in nse.
For lightness of dranght, rpred, and making aflneiam-
cle. these Gins emtio t be eaualed.
Now Is the time to nd in your orders, so as to have
them made and to arrive here in time for the next crop.
HARRIS, WOKMKI EY K CO , Agents,
mar25 daw3rn No. 8 Front Row, Memphis.
Jj" Enquirer copy.
S. D. TKUEItEaRT.
....J. at. WOODSOX.
TRUEHEART & W00DS0X,
Manulacturcrs of Soulliern Star Cotton Gin,
T) ESPECTFULLT call the attention cf the public par.
JX tlcnlarly the Co'ton Planter, to their GIN MANU-
FACTORi , now in snrcesrf ul operation iu this place. W
deem it utnrcestary to pubtiuli any testimonials of the
good performances of our Gins, thsugh many could be
pmcered of gentlemen who are new U'lnx ihem Den ot
high reputation as plaLt-rs and won'd not be satisfied
with any but a good Gin ; and we will only add that we
are determined to psr no pairs cr means to makes
Cotton Gin that will ptase the Planter.
In addition to the Gin we formtrly advertised and sold
for$3 per saw, we are nw flttlnt up an improved ttyle,
at considerable additional expinse, which we will sell at
S3 oo per saw.
A sample et our Gins can always b! seen at Messrs.
Graham 2c Hill's, who are our agents iu.Mrmphls.
Gentlemen Planters, send in your orders with specla
cations, and they ahall be prompfy attended to. A suf
ficient guaranty given la every sale.
7 Repairing done with neatness and atch.
Important to Cotton Planters!
TIIE TAILOR FREMB3I COTTOX GIN,
31 AXUFACTCKEXJ BV
CIiESIANS, BEOWN & CO.,
rpHE subscriber begs leave to call the attention of
i naniers to an examination ot the merits or tnese
Gin Stands, which postess in a greater degree the quali
ties to be desi'edin a Cotton Gin vL. : Speed, Light
Draught, and Good Sample than any Gin extant, and
are offered on as reasonable terms as any establishment
in the South.
I teel fully authorized in saying that I can famish, all
things considered, a superior Gin Stand to any factory In
the United Stati s.
Messrs. Fewlkes. Mount k. Co. are agent for the sale
of these Gins, who will keep a supply of various sixes on
hand, or wiH order any ilze at short notice. Office on
Jefferson street, Memphis, Tenn.
marzo-aiwswgm S. A.. THORNTON, Ag'l.
Premium Cotton Gins.
THE aitentloi ot Cotton Planters Is respectfully called
to the above superior Gins, manufactured by B. Car.
ver & Co., East Bridgewater, Mass. Under a recent Im
provement, the Carver Gins are regarded as the beet now
la general use; their superiority needs no comments frtxa
us, as thousands are now In successful operation in tie
We have on hand fifty Gins, embracing all the different
lies ana numbers or saws.
Also 10 and 12 feet segment bolts, washers. &c. com
plete, all of which we offer to our friends upon the nsual
terms and time. GWTNN t GIBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange Balldlng.
Memphis, sept. 23, IBM tf
rt a TT7 "1T T T T C
t A VV VI I I J I 1 J .
CLARK & AVERY,
St. Louit, Mo.
AGENT AT MEMPHIS, TENN..
TTATING tsken the Agency for the sale of the above
AA. Circular Saw Mills, I am prepared to fill all orders
tar Mill, with or without the power t drive them oa
Persons wishing to purchase Mills, and also deslrons that
they should be set nn and nut Into oneratlon. can be ac-
We do net wish to praise onr own work, all we ask of
persons wishing to purchase Mills is to examine our
work before buying elsewhere, as we think they will give
ua me preierence alter sncn examination, we are sat
isfied our Mills win atw more lamber, and ln better style
In the same number of hours than anv other Saw Mill
Person wishing to purchase Mill will please addrec
4t Memphis, Tenn.
uiacK Esmiui and Sheet Iron Worker,
Corner ef Front Rote and Wlnchetter-tt.,
SECOND-HAND Boiler bought, sold
and exchanged fer new ones. Sheet Iron
work don of every description, inch as
Chimneys. Brlchen. Fir Ueds. Htcane
Pipes, Condensers, Forges, Metallc Life-Boats, andsteam-
Work in general. Also, Bank. Safe, Fireproof Shut.
UwHUUtCll, tvUlCmi, KG.
S. B. Boilers repaired at the shortest notice, and an
the iroti reasonable term. aovI4-dawlT
TWENTT-FITK kigs Golden Syrup, for sale by
BUf 17 HANCOCC. CLARE K CO,
$, 1 tola flwr.
ON the 1st J une. 1854, the firm heretofore existing be
tween F. H. CLARK and A. 0. WURZACH was dis
solved by mutual consent. F.H.Clark Is charged with
the settlement .of the business of the late firm of F H.
CIsrk k. Co. F. H. CLARK.
A. 0. WURZ1ACH.
The subscribers have associated themaclve together
tnder the flm of F. H. CLARK. & CO. "g.ioor
T. H. CLARK,
JAS. 8. W1LK1N8,
OUR NEW FIRM.
It afford meplsasure to announce to myfrl-ndsand
the public that I have associated with me my former
partner, JAS. S. WILKINS, and my -well-known assis
tant, THOS. niLL, nndar the familiar style of F H
CLARK Sl. CO.
The new firm will start with an efficient force In each
mechanical branch, the Watch dspartaentbelng under the
supervision ot Mr. WUkins.
Sto foil at all times of the latest fashions, anil price
aa Io ss the same quality and style of goods can be pur
chasoa In Philadelphia or New Tork.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me
during my fifteen years' residence In MempUs, sad my
aim will be to merit Its continuance.
V. H. CLARK.
- ."u-s " w.uiuooua m our une witn
laTf."!: RK.W- "s"tB:.nt-. 'or
years, has been but little if any behind onr :.!. m
cities. It is more extensive this season than ever. Oir
lcaumg oraocnes are, nrst
Of whl'Jl we have everv varietv In mvnl ni
.no a isrxe assortment, madatnnnr
, order, which for neat nes of style and tlme-keep-ing,
are surpassed by none. In onr assortment
will be found the Eight Day Watch and the Repeating
uarouomeicr, giving ue time to a minute In the dark.
Our assortment in this Important branch is kent full
Vy frequent receipts of all the new styles, whtthcr of
foreign or oomesucprouueuon.
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 the different styles and ma
kers, but of the kinds best suitable te our market. Our
assortment, for a number of years, has been large, t
which we have recently made many additions of our own
lmrnution. We can furnish our customers with SHOT
GttfS from $5 to $200; RIFLES fr.m $10 to $100.
Also, the celebrated siiAurfi'S ki-lk.
1 i s 1 o l s ,
DERRINGER and COLT, of all sizes. Also, a f nil as
sortment oi tne aiaus in general use.
Tea and Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Cups, Castors,
Spoons, Fotks, Ladles, with many choice Fancy Articles,
ail com sue.
SILVER PLATED GOODS.
Urns, Castors, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg
nei, Cake and Fruit Baskets. Spoons, Forks, Ladles, PltcC'
crs, uouieti, uups, wallers, txc.. sc.
A full assortment ot Pocket and Table, from the best
makers, with a great variety ot Fancy Goods.
OTJB MEC ETANICATj BBANCH.
All kinds of Watch Work done In the most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
Plain and Oramental ; Seals for Lodges, Courts, ic,
in any styie , aieacei naies of all sue.
Prof Eemington, Artist,
Embraces a suit ot rooms built expressly for the purpose,
and we are prepared to fsrnUh ourcuatomers with first
class pictures in all the various styles.
In building expressly tor our bnslness. we hare com
bined every convenience far the different branches, and
greatly re--ucea our expenses, wnich, with our facilities
and the extentlen of our business, enables n to sell goods
and do work on tne most reasonable terms. Goods cheer
fully shown and fairly represented, and we invite all,
both buyers and the curious, to drop in wlthoat ceremony
ana examine our aioc we seep opaa nouse for au.
0Ctl6-dawly F. H. CLARK CO.
WATCHES Some very flne.
JRWELRT New styles.
silverware Com fine.
SILVER PLATED GOODS Best quality.
SPgCTACLeS To suit every condition of tight.
GUNS Best makers.
PISTOLS Puil assortment
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERT.
Making by far the btst asrortment ever cflered In this
market F. II. CLARK & CO .
msr23 No. 1 Clsrk's Marble Block.
FOR SALE BT
F. II. CLARK & COMPANY.
rrtnE latent and by far the most Important Improve-
JL inent in Photography Is the recently patented pic
ture known as the SPHEREOTYPE. which is not only
new and unlike any of It predecessors, but greatly so.
perlor te all. The Sphcrcotype is proof against time,
Ala and water, and for richness ot tone, warmth of
expression ana iisunciness nts to equal in fact the 11
lusion is such that the picture, or image, seems suspend
ed in air, entirely independent of the back ground
For this picture we hare the exclusive right for Mem
phis. Specimens can be seen In our Gallery, where pic
tures are aiso vjzrn in tne various style, by ear Artist,
X-jiUj;-. JiJiULrt LtTUIs -
who comblnt the Chemist with the Artist, which ena
bles him at all times to produce superior Pictures.
P. H. CLARK fc CO ,
dec2-tf No. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
Wholesale and Tctail
CANDY MANUF ACT 0 R Y,
no. 67 ITont Bow.
THANKFUL to his friends and the public
for the very liberal patronage extended to)
mm for tne last eight years. M. LOUIS MON-
TEDONICO bees leave to Inform the citizens
et Memphis and vicinity that he will constantly keep on
hand a large assortment ot the best Imoorted Wines
Claret, Port, Madeira, White, te. ; also, Scotch Ale aad
boxes, Caracao, Maras hlno. Old Wines, Ginger, Pre
serves, oavsnnan, itew lorx ana Boston preserves, car
SUP. Penner Sauce. Chocolate. Cordials. Svruns. Uacea.
ronl, Yeimacelll, the best Havana Cigars, and a great
many o'her articles, too numerous to mention, now offered I
for sale very low, either by whole sale or retail. I
Uavlng. at much expense, secured the service ef two
ef the most experienced workmen ever ln this city, he I
Batters iitmseif that he cannot be surpasel ln arranging I
and decorating tables for Parties Weddings, t , with I
honor to himself and satisfaction to his customers.
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer tn
Plain and Fancy
CANDIES, CAKES, &C.
No. Main-st, Odd Fellows'
Hall, Memphis, Tenn.,
KEEPS constantly on hand u large assortmentof Green
and Dry Frnlts, Frnlts la their own I nice. Jellies.
Preserves, Ssrdlnes, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, rccxies, uoraiais, ayrups, nne wines, .Brandies, all
kinds of Nuts, tc.
In connection with this establishment I have fitted p
in superior style an
Ice Cream Saloon,
expressly for the Ladles. Also, a Gent.eaen .oaiooa,
where ire cream ts aervea from v jl. js- iiu u r. at.
C. C. MA YD WELL'S
OPPOSITE . POST OPFTCE,
TTTHERE can be found all description of Grave Work,
t; f which win ce r uraisnea as cnesp as it can oe got
ln any market Wett. Also, Building Work done at short
It Is to the Interest of all persons wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead of purchas
ing from Agents, as the Manufactor have to add the
twenty per centthai Is pal Agents totheworksofdby
them. Southerners, look to your interest.
dec-daw6m O. O. MATDWELL.
TO TH n X- LT HT iTO :
Tho Madison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Factory.
mHE understlgned has taken the stand recently eccn-
X Pled by Moore Jt Halstead, over the Planing Mill et
Whlenle.McCulIagh (a Co.. and Is prepared to 111 all or
ders for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings, Mould
ings, Mantles, ac.
Particular attention paid to dressing and ripping Latfl-
ber, for the Carpenters and Builders.
jan2S'd6m jv. itvusaun.
Valuable Negroes for Sale.
THIRTT NEGROES Just arrived from Kentucky
and Virginia, among th number three gsed Me-
cnanics. xi. i v
nr7-U so. 87 Aoanu itrttt, i
M. L. Moxtedoxico always keeps oa hand a treat frTr-nineW .d viini. i m. .i, .a .," .v. -apteo t. lettering upon signs.
f Fancy Csndies and Toys, anasortm-nt ef stick buyers of this country in opportunist investinrhelr T.Ei' -tY-tf io!?!!7lon.! W,T' dor.Ue
, Prunes ln jars and boxes. Raisins, Grapes, every money ln good Negroes. Give us a tall before maklni VY.V IT.V" "r""" X Pm-
of Fruits and Nuts. Pickles. Lobsters. Sardines. Unm- nmrhu-i. " ",i-""""",,"""'"ora ... .
. French and English Mustard. Scgar la loaf and m.rM-sm snrrnv nrr;trTW srn . inrringemeni upon my patent will bs prosecnted
prMimw anl) tfutkrj.
HAWKS, SMITH & CO.'S BULLETIN.
."SioxdLM.ar Ti-a.cle, 1857 i
MERCHANTS, UUSTEBS, MECHANICS I
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
HAWKS, SMITH fc
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Nos. 304 and 300 Main-st.
ALSO AOEXTS FOR
" Heninj'a " Patent Salamander Safei !
HAYING now received the greater portion of our
Goods for tn ShRING TRADE, ky recent arrivals
from Europe and the Eastern Cities, we are prepared to
offer greater inducements to the Merchants, Planters and
Mechsnlcsot the Southwest than have hitherto beea of
fered in this market, for proof of which wo respectfully
ao.ldt the inspection ot our stock and prices, la view of
mis, we naveptaceu ourseivea In a poaltlon to offer suci
1ti.ri.niwn.,k.i . . ... .. k.....
! concerned. To fully arry out this object have mad?
permanent arrangimeni a with the best manufacturers in
England and in this country, to be regularly supplied
with a full stock of Goods in our Une, and win furnish
those who may f avorns with their orders, with goods at
aa tow ngures as any nouse in the country. South or west.
I Our stock eomnriaes
For tlie Country Trade.
Boiled and Charcoal Iron Castings,
Boston, Philadelphia and Wheeling Nails,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchet,
Log, Trace, Stay and Stretch Chslns,
Bright and half bright caststeel Hoes,
CasUteel polished riveted -ere Hoea,
Oil root and steam bent Itames,
Hog skin Collars, horse and muls.
Cotton, wool and Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jate Cordage,
Thread and common cotton Rope,
Plow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes Lines,
Lonlsville, Cincinnati and New Totk Sifters,
Nova Scotia and Bsved Grindstones,
Ames' casUterl Shovels and Spades,
Rowland's and Can's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all patterns.
Locks. Latches. Hinges, Jtc,
Well Wheels and Well Buckets.
Together with every aitlcle suited to the trade of tha
country merchant. In the
We have made the best select ions from the most approved
manufacturer of every article necessary fer tt planting;
Cotton. Cane and Grub Hoes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks,
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fan MLls,Corn Mills, Corn Shellers,
Corn and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutters,
Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, c.
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent and common Churns,
Hame, Collars. Slrg'etrees, 4tc,
Pruning Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements ot all kinds,
Hall tt Spear's wrought and cast Plows,
Allen's Cotton Plows and Scraner.
Together with a full stock of the celebrated Avery and
Livingston tc Co. PI.ws. which have for several rear
past given such universal satisfaction. We are fully pre-
paivu 10 arrp always on nana a large slock of these
Plows together with the extra Points and Castings, so as
to pe au.e 10 supply our planters with them at all times
in the sen CI Ion of our stock of Goods in the
We have paid most particular attertion tetbe interests
ot our mechanics. We have selected such goods as are
best suited to this market, and can safely guaranty I att
Our stock in this department Is full and comnlete.
Greenwood'a celebrated yingos.
Greenwood's Axle Pnllles and Shutter Fastnlncs.
Pearl White and Mineral Kn.b Locks and Latches,
mvv iuu Aieiiio-naicu
Cottage, aural and Mortise "
Front and store deor " "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self.SBUttlng door and Gste Hinges and Latches,
Bolts and Hooks, Nails. Brads. Screws. Ac.
This department In our business Is nnder the special
supervision of one of the partners, who has far many
years. In this city, given it his careful attenUon, and be
lieving mat inis nrancn ot our business requires more
than ordinary care, both In the selection ot the goods
and In filling orders, he Is determined ts rue his b-t en
deavors to keep tuch goods as shall please all our me
chanics, and will hold every Inducement to merit thtlr
We would ea'I particular attenUon toour stock of Tools
the quality of all which we can tally guaranty, comprls-
Union Factory Plane i. Rules, ate.
Spear & Jackson's Hand and Pannell Saws,
Batcher's cast steel Chisels and Files,
Earl Smith h. Co.'s Files.
Wetherby's Chisels and Draw Knives,
Cam's celebrated "
Spirit Levels, BulesandGuages,
Augers, Auger Bltts, Screwdrivers, tc.
Peck' Lonlsville BtUows,
Newcomb's New Tork Bellows,
S illd Bex and Parallel Vices,
Armltsge's Mousehole Anvils,
Coley'j warranted Anvils,
Hand and Sledge Hammers,
Farriers, Hammers, Knives and Pincers.
Best Charcoal Tin Plate 1 C,
n II ii "IX
" Leaded Roofing Plate 1 C,
Bar Tin, Speltre, lie.
Iron Brass and Copper Wire,
Bolt Copper, Soldering Irons, tc.
Tinned and Braziers Sheet Copper,
Boiled and Charcosl Sbtet Iron.
Buss. Imitation, Rnss. and Galvernlzed Iron,
Bar Lead, Rivets. Copper Tacks, tc .
We would also call the attention of Rallrtad and Lsvee
contractors to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, Ame's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines, Msttccks. Picks, tc.
naving a thorough knowledge of our business In all Us
branches, we are determined to live It onr entire alien.
tlon, an! shall attend personally to all the orders, and to
tue transaction or our Business in every particular, and
by so doing flatter ourselves that we can give satisfac
tion. HAWKS. SMITH t CO.
febl 304 and 306 Maln.st.
CORNER OP CHICKASAW AND JACKSON-STS
3VTo mpiii , Tonn..
T VALER In Ale, Porter. Cider and Wines of all kinds
JL manufactured by the most celebrated estalluhenenti
in tne united states. For sale. Wholesale or Retail.
rrom my long experience in the business rtwelvoveararJ
which has been tn the city of Memphis)! flaUrmysell
wi.n tne guaranty i nave naa from my old customer
mat my exertions have been appreciated by tbem.
jutyxi-oawir JACOB BECHTiLn.
NEW DRUG STORE.
WE take pleasure in Informing the citliens of
Memphis and the public generally that we have re- I
moved onr stock ot Drugs to the corner of Main and I
Union streets, and will Uke pleasure ln accommo-
dating all who may favor ns with a call.
w e are aio in receipt of a full supply of fresh and gen- I
..i , m. v . I
nine Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Perfumery. Ac.
a-articmar attention paid to filling of Prescriptions at
R. JOTNKR t CO.
SOME FORTY OR FIFTY ACCLI
MATED COTTON NEGROES
FROM the State ef Georgia, consisting of
nen, women, dots ana girls. Among them
re some very likely families Ia a few
days we intend to concentrate our purchases
T HAVE ld out my Stable on the corner f Union and
A. aecenu streets, rengneit an my accounts, ana made
arrangement ior toe prompt leiiiemeni oj au my iu-
ocorranfxi . I uie mis puouc moo pi returning my sin-
thsnkf to my kind friends and patrons, (these who
paio,j ana ot coraiany recummenaing my successors, in
whole honesty and Integrity I have the most Implicit re-
Iii.twc, uiu uvui i ef,ci.i (iirasarc iu icvuuiiucau-
ing to my numerous friends as kind and courteous gentle
men, from whom yon can always get vslue tor your
zauney. R. K. BLACK.
MEnrmt, February 4, 1857.
The above card of our old friend Black will apprise our
friends of Memphis and lurronodlng country that we
can be found at the above stand at all hours, both day and
night, ready and willing to serve our friends Jt any de
partment of thrsLlvery business. Mr. Black's ladebted-
ness will be promptly adjusted by the undersigned, ai fait
as means come Into their hands from the assets of said
R. R B!ark.
rasrlO-lm N P. FERRELL t CO.
THE undersigned hare opened a Carriage Factory en
Second street, between Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair carriages at tne shortest notice. All work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share of public Patronage
Janx-ly L. S. BURR t CO.
PIANO FORTE, PDBHITTJBE,
Carpet and Curtate Reems.
PIANOS of A. A- Gale,
& Co., Lighte, Newton h.
Rradbnry: Rosewood. Ma
hogany and Walnut Parlor
and Bed Room Purnltare, Sofas, Divans. Bureaus. Ward.
robes. Secretaries, Cottage Maible Tod Bed RoomSnln.
and a large assortment of Common Furniture.
Spring. Hair, Moss, Cotton and Shuck Jfattrrsses raid.
io order uu carpeting, from tbiee to euhteen feet
wiae; Tapestry, uruss-is ana common Carpets. Trans
parent Shades and Curtaina. Carpets, Cnrtalns end Cor.
nlces, msde by an experienced Upholsterer. Looking
Glass and Plctnre Frames made to order Planoa tec.rf
al"kln1 of Musical Instrument! i repaired by exee.
tienccd workmen. H. M GROSVENOR.
Main street, between Madison and Monro.
TO TIIE LADIES AND GESTLE3IES OF
JAMBS MILLSON. formerlv of Clneln.
I rati, Ohio, would respectfully- announce to J
. the citizens ot Memphis thst he baa onenntl
a BLEACHING and PRESSING Establishment on I
street, near DeSoto, where Bonnets. Flats. GIpsey and
w win vciwuc ju ue oest style for those wee
ravor aim wua incir patronage Also.
pressed for tores, at low prices
Plese give him a call, ou ffnlon ttrett, nrar DeSoto.
100 Barrels J'Innr.
X7ABIUU3 brand, from th best Extra to SuperSae.
ii au vj a. jikurill,
ocoa Main meet.
I . v-v.. . i0 tne extent er toe law. reruns wnodcslreto nurcha-e
-1 1 J " 1 A
WE rsspectfnlly can your attention to our extensive
stock of Hardware, Cutlery, Gun, French Window
"lass. Nails, Castings, MetaU, and all other articles la
our line suited to the trade" ef this section of country
most of which has either been Imported by u direct from
Europe, or selected from the best factories la America by
our partner resident in the Eaat.
The recent addition of another stors to or premises,
enabled ns t sUblsh a conv.nlent
.. , WHOLESALE SAMPLE ROOM,
entirely disconnected from the retail branch ef onr trade,
and we feel assnred that Merchant win consult their own
Interest by Jooklog Into this room and making their se
lections. None but good and punctual men need apply,
unless ccmpanled with the cash.
LOWNES. ORGIT.L & CO.,
.... 13 and 1 Front Row.
New Tork Offlce. 41 Piatt street.
CMIhcsc Sagar Case aad Proline Pea.
CHINESE SUGAR CANE Thia most valuable plant
will arrive at perfection, and fully rlpea It seed.lt
planted any time befoi the middle of June. We have,
2 ft ""S1. tnm D- Htdawnd, editor of the
" Southern Cultivator."
. ALSO, the new Chinese Prolific Pea, the most proac
tive variety known. Price ot each, (1 per package or.
U sent per mu pre-paid. $1 3J. Circular furnished
gratis. Address, with plain directions for mailing er
shipping, LOWNES, ORGILL t CO. ,
P" dlw Memphis. Tenn.
B Three Thousand Kegs Nails.
T recent heavy additions to eur stck,we have now
on hand ov r Three Tkoussnd kega Boston and ether
warranted b'andsot assorted Nails and Spikes, which
weoffer tothetrato. la regularly assarted lots, at ex
ceedingly low rate for cash.
LOWNES. ORGILL t CO.,
13 and 11 Proat Row.
Sheet an Hoop Iron.
O fi fi BUNDLES Sheets, assorted. No. 12 to 2 :
Ci UU 20t bundle Hoops, ass'ted, i to 2 Inches wide
1.U UKOILL & CO.,
13 and 14 Front Row.
IYcvf Cora and Cob Crasher.
WE new have the moat efficient
i t,rusner, for less money, than has
"r wore oeen offered In any
1 market. It will maka Maal and
I Hominy, and eresh the Corn and
Cob perfectly, and has taken lb
premium in every contest.
LUWIiES, ORGILL t CO.,
13 and 14 Front Bow;
SUPERIOR FISIIIXG TACKLE I
f ENTLEMEN who desire to provide themselves with
VJi a gooa eutnt tor
Are Invited to call and select from our new and rare
stcck, the following articles of the cbclcest styles and
Walking Cane Rods, assorted patterns ;
French Reds, 3, 4 and 5 Joints ;
English Rods, 3, 4 and S joint-:
Artificial Flies Minnows, Mace, and every other
variety or Amnciai Ball ;
Germaa Silver an.l Brass Reels, SaslI Books ;
Sandwich Boxes aad Dram Flasks ;
Lines of Silt, Linen, Sea Grass aad Cotton.
ALSO, a complete stock, comprising every size ot
Holyoakes Superior Cart Steel, Limerick, Chestartown,
v irginia, auroy ana ianisie
A?zsa hooks :
LOWNES, ORGILL t CO ,
tnarm 13 and 14 Front Row. Memphis, Tenn
TUST Received, heavy shipment of Ploughs, embracing
U various sizes or "Livingston county," amongst which
are several hundred ot the celebrated No. II. Also Double
Mould-board, Sub-soil, niU-side, Harrows. Cultivators,
and an endless variety of and necessary Agricultural and
Horticultural implements for partlcnlsrs of which, see
our iiiusiraiea catalogue, f urniahed orafM at our store.
LOWNES. ORGILL t Co..
Janl 13 and 14 Front Row.
Fire - Proof Safes ! !
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS!!
A T the great fire which broke ont ia Warren aad Murray
A streets. New Tork, Sth November last, wheie prop
erty to tne amoant or
$600,000 ! !
was destroyed, several of these Safe's were tested with
results similar to the following :
New Tor. Not. 11 . ISM.
MR. Eitoh : In the fire at No. 39 Warren-street, on
the morning ot the 9th lnst., our raoat valuable books and
papers were exposed for 3S hours in one ot Stearns t
Marvin's Fire-Proof Safes.
We say fire proof, not because they are so labeled, but
because we have so proved them. Onr books and paper
came out nninjureu, lave the binding of the Docks, occa
slonea cy steam.
Our store was five stories above ground, and two sto
ries neiow. occupied mm cellar to garret. The intensity
ot the heat can be attested by any fireman who witnessed
No furnace could be contrived by the lagennlty of man
to create a more Intense heat. We voluntarily give this
tribute to the value of these Safe, and select roar widely
circulated commarslal journal to inform the mercantile
coaimnnity what estimate to place upon Stearns t Mar
vin' Wilder Patent Salamander a area.
HA VI LAND, HARREL t RISLET.
In this connexion the Manufacturers write us: "We have
made these Safes over 14 yea s have sold over 5,500
naa -io tested in accidental fires in the United States and
Canada, and never yet had a customer to lose a dollar by
fire from one ot them. W think they have earned a high
reputation, as they are readily sold here In preference to
other Safe's at 25 to SO percent, leas price." A full stock
kept constantly en hand by
LOWNES, ORGILL t CO.
Agents for Stearns t Marvin.
OA. a.u.liAI rrorn Ino subscriber, at rUwle'sst.
Sr Point, Tunica county. Mis., three negro men,
TOM, black, aged about 23 rears, about flve-fit
feet eleven Inches high, thick nnder Il. and rather slow
of speech-, weighs about 175 pounds.
GEORGE, black, aged about 24 years, about six feet
high, wea made, fine countenance, and weighs about ISO
WILSON, black, aged about 22 years, about 5 feet 9 H
or 10 Inches high, weighs about 150 pounds, has a slight
defect In his walk as If bis fe,t were sore.
If taken out of the Stale, aad lodged in Jail at Mem
phis, 1 will pay the above reward. If within the State,
auu skuxtu so i gat tnrm, any oouars
E. W. DALE,
maris dswtf Bowie'a Point, Tunica cunty, Miss.
C. K. HOLST & SON,
Main-st., Old Stand, First Doer below Msnroe,
(Mi oliett permanent ttand in the CUy.)
XT AVE constantly on hand aa sizes of Patent MetaU
-a-J. ztunai lascs, woich they Une and nnt ud alr.ltiht
ln tte ot,t manner AI.o, all kinds of Wood aa' ffiotb
C0?1' 1 Coffins, which they sell at a fair price.
Order from the courtry promptly attended to. Fitr-
"" mane ana repairea, ana upholstering done.
rvl 1 "
A GREAT SPECULATION!
PEARL WORK UPON GLASS.
NOTICE Is hereby given te all whom It may concern,
thst the undersigned Is the Patentee, having the ex
elusive and sole right to manufacture and vend SHAW'S
PATENT PEARL WORE, beinr an entir.lr n.. ....I
vcsuwui niuue or ornamenting glass in Imitation of pear
wjrk, by aa original design and proeen. Imparting a
brilliant, variegated appearance to the surface of the
SUte or County Rights, either ln Tennessee, Art anus or
Ml'smlppI, can apply to J. M. SnAW t CO.. corner of
nanx Avenue ana Madison street, Memphis, Tenn., who
f c tuny HuwiuM iu act xor zur.
JEROME B. SHAW,
P-lm New Tork City.
OATH CASES Fancy Prints, new styles, onhandaudfor
AOKJ saieny JAME1 LOW t CO.,
rasral 418 Mala streets, Loalivllle. Ey.
inn CASKS Fancy La was, on hand for sale by
1UU JAMES LOW tt. CO.,
tnarsi 418 Main street. Louisville. It.
-i r BALES printed French Jaconet Is, very hand soma
At aiyiea, on nana ana for sale Cy
JAMES LOW It CO.,
mrJt 418 Main street. Louisville. Kv.
3 CASES Crepe D'a.spagne, aasorted colors ;
I case Satin Striped and Challl;
1 cascJPlgnrrd and Challl J on hand and for sale by
JAMES LOW k. C.n .
marJl 41S Main street. Louisville. Er.
gr CASES K DeBege, 10 cases 4-iDeBege. oa hand and
sot aaie oy
JAMES LOW & CO .
418 Vain street, Louisville. Xy.
Q r n CASES Bleached Cottons, on hand and sor sale by
j Aaxais ljuw a uu..
mar3l 418 Main street. Louisville. Er.
rj r BALES Striped Osnaburgs, on hand and for sale by
It) JAMES LOW Jt CO..
mar.il i3 stain atrett. Lonlsville. Er.
Linen Pant Stuffs!
r A CASES Plain and Twilled Linen PantStmTs, on hand
vv auu lur aais jaaas imw at JJ..
ir3I 41S Mtla street, Lonlsville, Ey.
Sea Island Braivis Catton!
4 nn BALES Sea Island Brown Cotton, on hand and fot
XUU saie ry
JAMES LOW Jr. CO..
418 Mala street, Lonlsville. Iy.
rnnn DOZEN Hose and Half Hose, ea hand and for
tUVU saieoy JAJ1ES LOW fx CO .
mar 3 1 us Main street, Louisville. Er.
-f fZf CASES Booth 4. Sedgwick' London Cordial
luU Gin, by H. H. POTTER, Main street.
feblS Third door North Worsham nouse.
MIISTCE PIES t
FRESH and hat MINCE PIES are to be had ertry day
at 1S T3 OClxt , on Madison street, and
families serfed regularly oa the shortest naUce, with a
CTPsrtls famished with Cakes. Cenfrctlsns. Wines
Jtc, a the shortest notice, aad la SPSCQT'S utnsl good
tyl. 8lT hist a call, ajTT7-dtf
Seeks far Everv T-irirnrv.
BSNTON'S Abridgement of tha Debate ot Congress j
Beaton' Thirty Tear la tie United State Senate.
Private Correspondence of Daniel Webster, two vol.
Wcsater'i Wtrk, evols.;
John O. Calhoun' Works. S vols.;
Kane' Arctic jsxpioraiiont, two vols.;
Catlln's North American Indian, 2 vols.;
Camps-ITs Live ef the Lord Chancellors, 7 vls. j
Campbell' Lives of the Chief Justices, 2 vols ;
Miss Strickland' Live of the Queens ot England, S nls.;
Bancroft's History of the United States, 6 vols.;
The British Essayists, 3 vols ;
Dnyrklnck Cyclopedia of American LIterstu-., 2 reds.;
Irvleg' Life of Washington, 3 vrs.!
Spark' American Biography, IS vols.;
Selectisni for Sabbath Beading. For sale ty
apU CLEAVES & OCION.
IXTERES1 12VG BOOKS.
THE0DOSIA ERNEST, Volume I J Or, Ten Days' Tra
vel In Search of the Church.
The Giant Killer; Or, The Battle Which AH Must
Scampavla iron Glbel Tarei to Staaboul, by Lieut.
Wise, V. 3. S.
Fifty Tears in Both Hemispheres; Or, Reminiscences
of the Life of a Former Merchant, by Vincent Nolte, late
ef New Orleans.
Chambers' History of tha Russian War, tSU-'M, with
Maps, Plans and Wood Engravings
Curtis' Works, 8 vols., embracing NHe Notes, Hswadjl
la Syria, Putlphar Papers, and Prce and I.
Catllna' North American Indian, 2 vol.
Charles Lamb' Work, 4 vols.
Hoid's Works, 4 vol. Fer ale by
p5 CLEAVES t GUION.
Webster's Private Correspondence,
WITH Autobiography and Personal Reminiscence,
containing al.o a Biographical notice of EzekleS
Webster. Two vols., Svo.
A new Life ot SommerOeld, by Will lira W. WBtett ;
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee, In two volumes;
The Miser, Rlsketicketack, aad the Poor Genth maa ;
Three Tales la one volume by Hendrick Cononscience ;
Poems cf nenrrWadsworth Longfellow complete in two
The Cutaway; or, the Adventures of a Family ln the
Wilds of Afrk-a, Illustrates;
The Play-Day Book, New Stories f or little Folks, by Fan
Chanticleer, A Thanksgiving St.ry ot the Pcabody Fami
ly, by Cornelius Mathews, with IUtutration, by
Onr Grandmother's Stories, and Aunt Kate Fireside
M.morle. Just received and for aale by
JanSt-daw CLEAVES t GUION.
LIST OF LATE PUBLICATION'S
rOB. SALE T
Cleaves 3' Guloiu
THE Artlst'a Bride; or.Tsa Pawnbroker's Heir, by
Emerson Bennett, author ot " Prairie Flower, " tc
Old Ilaan. the Pawnbroker; or. The Orphan' Lagary;
A Tale of New Tork, Founded on Facts ;
Inquire Within for Anything Ten Want to Know; w.
Over Three Thousand and Seres Head red Facts
worth knowing ;
The Golden Legacy; A Storr of Life' Phases, pro
nounced to be one ot to. best novel written by a
ATh'ee-roldTestof Modern Spiritualism ; by William
R. Gordon, D. D.;
SUverwood ; A Book of Memories :
Eathle Brands; A Fireside History of a Quiet Life:
The Poetical Works ot Horace Smith aad James Smith :
authors of Ue "Rejected Addresses," with Por
traits and Biographical Sketch ; edited ky EpesSir
Parlor Drama; or. Dramatic Scenes tor Home Amase
ments ; by wm. B. Powle.
rnarl6 CLEAVES t GUION.
THE History and Records of the Elephant Club; com
piled from Antbentic Document now la the posses
sion ot the Toologlcal Society by Me, Xnlgnt Rasa Ock-
slde.M. O., and Me, Q. K. PhUander Doestlcks. P. B.
This being the veritable and veracious history of the
sings sna misdoings of the Elephant Club. With the
minute and particular narrative of what they did. To
which Is addid a complex and elaborate description of
what tney dM'nt. Containing, also, the exultant record
of their memorable anccess ln eventually obtaining each
ana everyone. A ttghtof Iheentin and unadulterated
Animal, from the primitive hair tn his attenuattd pro
boscis to the last link ot hi symmetrical tall.
The numors of Falconbrldg : A Collection of Humor
ous aad Every Day Scene By Johaathaa F. Eelley.
LakeNgami;or, Exptoratkna and Discoveries during
Fonr Tears' Wanderings in tne Wllda of Southwestern
Africa, with numerous Illustrations, representing Sport
ing Adventures, subjects of Natural History, Devices tor
aesiroying wua Animals, ac.
Beaumarchals and His Times. Sketches ef French
Society In the Eighteenth Century, from Unpublished
Little Dorrit. By Charles Dickens. Cloth and natter
Doune. a or sale py
Janl Jaw CLEAVES t GUION.
A FEW copies of "WASHINGTON CROSSING THE
DELAWARE " Painted by E. Leotze. aid engraved
uy raai uirsraei.
A. large assortment of Frerrh Lttbscraths and Steel
Engravings, suitable for Grecian Palntl g, well worthy
the attention ot Teachers; those wishing, would daweC
to cau eany ana make selections.
Benton'a Abridgement of the Debate In Congress frtm
itsv to ITB, bound la muslin or law sheen.
Dayck Ink's Cyclopedia of American Literature, is two
Fine I6mo. Pocket edition of Longfellow's Poems.
" " " of Tennyson's "
For sale by CLEAVES t GUION
BT virtue ef a troaCdeed ixecuted by Abram Block to
me aa Trustee, oa the 13th dsy of September. 182C,
on the following piece, parcel or lot of ground situated.
lying aid being In the city of Memphis, (formerly partly
in soma aiempuir ana uauer-s aaaitioni ahelbr county.
Tennessee, and bounded and descrioed as follows, to wit -
Beginning at a stsk oa the east side ot Main street, one
hnndred and twelve and a half feet northward frum the
northeast corner of Main and Elliott streets ; thence with
the east side of Main street ln a northward direction S4
Net and one Inch to an alley to a (take; thence fouth
wanlly with the west side or said alley forty-three feet
nine Inches to a stake; thence north UU9 west, one hun-
area ana sixty-two reel to Jsin street, then ginning cor
ner, as will full) appear from said deed fuly registered ln
the Register's office of Shelby canty, aforesaid, on the
zomoaynr sepremoer, isoe. in Boot .. pages 635,
66 and 077 ; the object and purpose ot said deed being to
secure the pr.mpt and punctual payment of certain notes
therein specified, and the said notes being due and unpaid;
new In conalderation of the power and authority In me
vesica, ana tne non-payment if situ notes so secured, I
will proceed to sell said lot to the highest bidder far cash,
ln trunt ot the Pott Offlce In the city of Memphis on the
sin cay or stay. 1307
Redemption expressly waived by said Trust. The title
Is demed perfect. I convey as Trusiee ooly.
apo-tc R. JL. TURNAOE, Trustee.
TRU TEE'S SALE.
TN pursuance of a Dor of fruit executtd te me bv H
JL V. Richardson, for i he benefit of C. D. McLean, da led
tne ism aay or icemoer, isaj, ata amy recorded la the
Register's office of the county of Shelby and State of
renncasee, t wtu proceea to se 1 for cash at pab lc la e
at my Auction Room, at 11 o'c ock.on TUESDAT, the 7th
day of Apitl, 1SST. the following described pripertn and
known and des'ribed in O. P. McLean's sub-division a
lots No. 9 10, II, 13, 15 and !t, and bounded as follows:
Beginning at the intersection ot th east side of McLean'
Avenne with the centred the Memphis aadGermantorn
naniroaa, the nerthwrst corner ot lot No. 9; then a
eaetwardly with th centre of said Plaskroad eight bur
dred teet (S00 feet) to the northeast corner of lot Ni IS;
thence southwardly a parallel line with McL-an's Ave
nue tight hundred and seventy-two fett to the north 1J
of an avenue forty faet wide; fhence westwardly will
the norm side or said avenue four liucdred fert t- th'
south st corner or lot No. 15; Ih,ncc northwardly el
the dividing line between lot. No t4 aid IS aal musle.
witn sicLean'a Avenue roar tiumir u ana iniry-stx (eei
to tne norinwest corner ot 1 jr .No. io ; tnmce westward!)
a parallel wllh the centre of the PlanknaJ fo-efaW four
hunderdfeet ((00 feet) to the southwest cu.nrrof lot No
nine (No. si on the east side of ilcLan Avrutie fant
huidrtd ana thlrty-slx feet (4JS feet) to the to tinning:
twelve seres. 111 acres: more er less.
Th title to the above prp-rty 1, relieved to be good,
bat I will only convey such title s i- vested ln tue at
Trustee All right or redemption Is vprvss.y waived b)
tne terms or tne vm oi Trust
marlg-tds G. B. LOCKE, Trustee.
TJURSUANT to a Deed of Trust, ni.d - and entr'ed into
JL on the lath day of February, . t 1 5 kv llwrnas
J. Cogswell and Anna M. Cogswell his wife, whetiln I
am appointed Trustee, fer certain pi p-w, ft satd deed
set forth, I will proceed to sell at pnt, ic arti a ri earh.
In front of G. B. Locke's auc Ion at r mi Vadt rkeet
la the City of Memphis, Teanes un KKIDAT. the 1st
dsy of May, 1857, to the higarst bid - eur Canlt. 'he fol
lowing descrlbea piece or parcel ofgr.K'd. l,Ht leing
ana annate in tna cny ot Jieaipnis au xi.ie f Trunes
see. to-wit : Said lot or parcel of rt and i ktu.wti and
dsslnated as the lot ot grounn deed-l tv F r. . Tyl r t
Roblasoa by W. L. Vance, and bouixl ,1 a. rl'i.ws viz :
BegiLnmc at a state ou the aoilh -ile.r It al street
about, sixty feet east of tbeesstern balk if Riv.a Gav.
oso; thence eastwardly with then irth site or B.-alttieei
tnirty feet to a stake; thence northwardly at right angl.j
wun zteai street one nunarea and artyftet to an alley;
inruce wrstwaroiy wiin saia auey inutv lert la a .take
and then-e southwardly to th-b.SinMnr belec aanlh.
w-st corner ot Block No. 64 of the S a h Memphis sub-
aivision. i win convey saia property to Ibe puresaser in
as full and complete a manner aa I can T utee. and
not ia aay other way. u, c. CLREB,
Clerk's Sale of Valuable Citv
Fraaer Tltitt Tvmlta V V.I nr-
and Stllh it VLun n.i 1 a-rane reiiiian to
by their guardian and next f r
friend J. M. Provlne. I -
"PURSDANT to a Decree of the Circuit Court of Shelby
j. couniy. renuereu at tne a ptemberTenn, 1846, la the
auvve caus , t wiu, oa
SATURDAY, TIIE Sf or MAT, 1S37,
on the premises, ln thecl-yof Mtmnhlt. nroceed to sn
to the highest bidder, a valuable Let of Giound. belnc
pan or ut.it i, ijt ana IIS. fronting 54 fee- 1 H inches
on Exchsni e Square, and running back east 143H feet to
Main street, in the city of Memphis, ccurry of Shelby
ana mate or atnncssee.
TEIOts or Sale. Oae third cash: haltnre on a
credit ot one and two years, ln equal Insta'ments. Pur
chaser to execute bond stcurlry for the ncpsM purchase
money, an I a Hen will te retained on the Lot until final
psymeat Is made.
Nevertheless, said Lot will M offered at private sale
npon the above terms, until the above time, when, if a
suitable purchaser la not found, said Lot will be sold as
aforesaid. Fer laiticular. call on Frazrr Titus, J. M.
Provlne. r me.
marSS-tds M D. L. S.EWART. Clerk, ic
FREESE & FLOWERS'
IW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
No. SS8 Main Street,
Bet. Unl.n and Giro so,
li i-nxv - i i fftr 'jj r; iNTlNr.-
TS now open for the reception of Students. Everything
X that If taugnt ia any wiiuuiioa ox a similar aina in
th United State can be learned here. The course un
braces Single and Double Entry Book-Eerplng. Penman
ship, Commercial Law, Commercial Forms and Calcula
tions, Banting, w noiesaie asa itetair, commission.
Steamboat, Manufactnrlng. Ac
Students are not taught ln classes ; thy are Instructed
ladlvldntlly and sipatately i so there will be no detention
on account ot classes. It takes but a few week to com
plete the course.
The hour of instruction will be from 9 to 12 a. M..and
from 3 to 5 P. af. Also, Evening Lesson from 7 to .
For full coarse, tlate ualtmlted. ......
... $35 00
j 01 pasiat hibiw.,,, ......
ForPenraaashlp, time unlimited..
For'! " twenty lessons..
For further particulars, address
FREES! & FLOWERS,
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPABlLIil
AWAVDS3 Hit OCTOBER,
Jj the but and cmty genuine compound eM' e?
naa preitnted te the pn&llc.
I0IT13VILLE AHITIJAL J2XHJ3IXI0H'"
THISwoaderfcl prrparatlcn, so Justly appreciated as
the American people, ha now become the alaclard
remedy ot the age. The afflicted bear teitlmtnyvjlts
marvelous properties, and the unhappy, pata-wcn .ad
exhausted saserers rejoice thre ts help, when all Kte
failed. Out of the hundreds ot case scattervd .vr
MUiUslppi,AUbama, Wtzcbcstn. Mlseourl, Indlt ."1
Kentucky, it has never ln a single lnstsncn teasa
to tail, and will csrr, beyond aU deubt :
uJaor Elng'a Evn, Af
fections of the Bones, Syphlllf,
DebUlty, Habitual CoatlTeneas,Srys!p
last Pulmonary Diseases, Liver Cotnkalnt
Pile, Female Irregnlarltls, FUtala, Skin CleJ
Diseased Kida7S, and a a great and pow
erful Tonic, parifytsg the Blood,
and Invigorating th
This medicine, thMgh prepared at great cimsV. t
nevertheless within the reach of poor as weH a rkt. lad
looked tpoa by th community a th greatest Claasaog
everconterred an xaanklad
Dr. T. A. HURLET'S Manufactory, corner cf F t-olh.
and Greene aUeeta. Loulrruie. Xy., where 3 toers
must be addressed.
For sal by H. F. FARNS "0RTH t CO.. aad CH'N
DLER t CO., Memphis, Tennessee, and DnuraU
throughout the United State and Canada
Price jl per bottle, or six for &5. ser31-dw iy
Purify your Blood!
THE CONCKNTEATED FLUID EXTRACT OF r EL
LOW DOCE Is the sovereign remedy fer EMrca
rial Affections, Scrotals, Swelling of the Joints. Rhen
taatUm,tc, A a Liver Medicine, tt haa no equal. Y
alterative effect on the system, ia addition to lu being a
parely Vegetable Preparatin, adapt it to almost au)
Chronic Affection where an alterative medicine fe re
quired. For Eruptions oa the Skta, Old Ulcer, Dtrvra.
la. and Nervous Hsadaehe, It has no snccessf tc aa
petltor among th nottruma of the day. At a fttmlt
Medicine U will leound Ir.zehiable.
3CJ- For aale only by CHANDLER t CO..
ept-dawly Druggists aad Apothenrte..
Odd Bewa Hast Block. nr".
CHANCERY SALE OF A
VALUARLE BRICK RESIDENCE.
PURSUANT to a Decree of the Chancery Osarter M.ea
, Pll, tendered la the case of Wax. A.. BiekloHl .
Walter Coleman and others, I win, on
Thursday, April 23d, 1857,
la front of my offlf, la the city f Memphis, preeeel R
aell to the highest bidder, a
Valuable Lot and Hesidence,
in the city of .Memphis, sttaate en the Soaiheast eeraer
of Washington at.d Third streets, freatieg onThW.irevt
thirty ftet, and tutniag back and freatlng oa Wakia.
ton street one hnndred sad ferty-eight feet tn laetm,.
The Improvements consist of a large three tery Brtrk
Residence, recently erected, aa exceBet.t Cittern,
other Improvements, all la geod order and vondttttn.
Term of Safe Three thonsand deHsrs to be paid .n
cash, balance in two equal Instalment, t six aad nrni
months from day of sale, with interest trora oate. par
chaser to execute notes with approved security. Rtrtux
tloa barred. JOHN C. LANIER
mar25-dawtd Clerk aad Master.
CHANCERY SALE OF
Valuable Real Estate
AND IMPROVEMENTS IN
SOUTH TVTFnvT i- i ; a g .
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Oeert at Mrrn
pMs, rindered November Term, 1956, la the caar f
Wl Ham E. Bntl r rt. Jases Banks, EBiabcth Baaks.
aad others, I will on
Thursday, April 23, IS5T,
In trout of mv case in the city of Memphis, proceed to
sell to the highest bidder,
A Valuable Lot and Hesitlcnce in S. Mentis,
Situated on the corner of Shelby aad Overton trr4
Said lot being bounded as follows :
Beginning at a stake at the point where the west aid
of Shelby street lntereata the north side ot Ovettva
street, running thence northwardly with Shelby strevt
271 feet, to an alley ; thence west with said aHey He fee'
to the northeast comer of a lot owned by K. A. F. Lava
lett; thence sonth 271 feet to Overten street; theacewura
Overton street 100 feet to the beginning together wi n
all the improvements thereon consisting of a cemff(a
ble Frm-d Residence and other valuable Improvements.
Terms or Sale The above mentioned Lot aad tat.
provemerts will be sold en a credit seven, twelve t
eighteen month la rqns! Instalments, the parent er to
execute satisfactory notes fur the pnrehase money Re
demption barred. JOHN C. LANIER.
xr22-dawtds . Clerk and M-i.ier
CHANCERY SALE OF
PURSUANT to a aecre ot the Chancery Court at Mem
phis rendered November Teim 1S56, in the (asr ot
B. F. Miller and B. A. Massy, administrators of W W.
Milter, decM, r. The Helra and Creditors of sard MUer,
Thursday, April 23, 1S5T,
In front of my effice in the city ot Memphis, proceed
sell to the highest bidder, .
A Valuable Lot or Tract of Land,
Containing about ZH acres, lying en the new K!rkh
road, neat the city ot Memphis, being a part ef tfaeiut f
land oa which Ward W. M Bier formerly resided. -
ALSO At the same time and place, I wlH seH to the
highest bidder, a reversienary Interest la one acre- of
land adjoining the above, being the portion of said U.ct
ot land allotted to the widow ot said W. W. MUer. ike
above mentioned lots are located In a good neigbfcirlie.!
and lie Just without the corporate limits.
TroMj or Sale One half of purchase mesev l
C months, balance ia 12 months. Purchasers to excele
bonds with approved security with a lien retained ea the
premises. A plan of the Lots can be seen at my office by
those who may wish to examlce
JOHN C. LANIER,
mar22-dawtds Clerk aad Master.
CHANCERY SALE OF
Valuable Real Estate
EAST OP MEMPHIS.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court al Mem
phis, rendered November Terra, lSoS, In the e w f
A M. Ferguson, executor ot Thomas Walsh, decested, p.
Alloa WaUh and others, I will on
Thursday, April 23, IS57,
In front of my office ln the city of Memphis, proceed lo
sell to the highest bidder, a certain tract or parcel uf Uud
lying east snd near the city of Memphis, being a pad of
aad lot ot No. 69. ea the plsa ot aa head red acre tr.c vf
land, laid afi" and subdivided byJoaaWaerry fer J 3.
Claybroos, and slteated between the plaak read and a w
Slate ltae road being the northern part of a six acre
tract, upon wbkh Dr. C B. Guthrie formerly lesMM
TERats or Sale. The abeve described land l be
sold oc a credit of seven months ; parehaser to exreatte
bond with approved security, with a Hen retained oa Ibe
premises. Redemption barred
JOHN 0. LANIRR,
msr22-dawti' Clerk ani Master.
Chancery Sale of Real Estate lit
PURSUANT to a Decree of the Chancery Court at Mem
phis rendered in the case of Fergusoa t NeW atod
others, ft. Thomas C. Bass and others. I wM, on
Thursday, April 23d, 1857,
la front ot my efflce. In the city ot Memphis, proce- d la
sell to the highest bidder.
A Valuable Lot of Ground in Coi
Bounded and described as follows : Beginning la the State
line Road, JO feet West ef S. T. .Bnford'a Lot, ruattrwg
thence Westwardly 60 feet, thence Soathwsrdly It. P.
Adams' line, thence Eastwardly to R. M. Hawtey am-.
thence Northward to the beginning being the Lut r
parcel ot Land on which the Union Hense. In CoHtervWe,
as feiTnerly situated together wHh all the Iztipi ele
ct ents thereon.
Term The above mentioned Lot and imsrovemrala
will be sold oa a credit of seven months, purchaser te ex
es ate bond with approved security, with a Hen retatbrd
on the premises Kedemptton barred.
maris-dawl JOHN C. LANIER, C. Ji M.
VnlwixMc Tvact ot jLaut.
PURSUANT to a decree ot the Chancery Court at Mem
phis, rendered November term. 1S5S. in the raw kf
Jame T. Leath vs. Joseph R. Ferguson snd Richard M.
Elrby, I wm, on
Thursday, April 23, 1S5T,
In front of my office la the city ot Memphis, proceed ta
ell to the highest bidder.
A Valuable Tract of land,
Containing about 301 acres, lying ln Shelby county, Tn
nesseee i one parcel or division of which is bonnded a
Beginning at a hlevory marked W. p., running these)
with Prudea's. formerly Farley's southern boavdatr.
south 84 degrees, west 101 pole and 19 links, to a stake
near a black gnm; thence with his 11a north S drgtrr
west 13 poles to a stake near a sweet gnm on the st.ga
road (now plank road) from Raleigh to SomervUle ; them
along said road sonth, 84 uVgn es west 69 poles to a state
on the west sidt of a branch! then sonth 6 degrees eat.
13 poles to a stake; thence south S4 degree west 64 poles.
to a stake : thence south. C degrees east, 143 peles. to a
stake la Jamera n'a northern boundary Uae ; thence wMrt
aame line north S4 degrees east. 42 poles, to a white oak.
his corner; thence with hi line south, g decree east,
31 pole to a stake, hit corner, near a red bud pointer at
the aid camp ground ; thence with hi line north. 84 d -grees
east, crossing Hurricane Creek, in all (3 poles te a
stake, his corner; thence with his line asuth. ( drgrns
east, 62 po es, to a stake, near two hickory and gnm point
ers ; thence north, 84 degrees east, 126 poles to a ake ht
Ward's western boundary, at the north end of Park's
Une; thence with Ward's line, crossing the creek. Hi
poles to the beginning containing 300 hundred acre raure
or lrjj. being the tame tr-t of laad conveyed by AJ.ni
R. Alexander to Thomas Antersoa, deceased, and by his
heir to complainant Leath.
The other division or parcel of said tract contains ateat
fonr acres, and adjoins the above mentioned tract, Vtt g
a parcel ot land convtyed by George Farley to Thorn, a An
TERMS or SALE. The abort mentioned lan la wsH
old on a credit of seven months, purchaser to exrMe
bond with approved security, with a 11-n on th premiss
J3-sale at 11 o'clock,.., si, .
john c tUnies:
mr221awtd Clerk and Ma-ter. .
I HATE Jutt received tome ef thaf eV
lint FRENCH BOURDOIR. PIANOS,
from the celebrated Plan Factory rt
"Sxaxd. " at Paris aad Lsndnn au.1 . -
fer them for sale. I keep those snlendld lltiia nnmvq
called Seraph Ine, with from ten to thirteen stops, arid :i
tit latest improve mrnt. Thes art known to be the lt
Instruments for Churches, Ledges and School Rectus, t h
tll(lmm,nli ..tit KwnA - - . . , . . . . J - .
mm .1. WMItUKUIUr UVe JnT9.m
5 Tuning and Renalrlnr of Pianaa. -Ttniln. ntrtf
.Mww".-, ,m,usm.q ma wiiamaiuiao.saanner
moderate price. - - m a
rr I da not pretend to give let son on anr anmber n J
variety ot InstramtnU.
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