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MOST DESIRABLE LOTS
I-IITK Lots on Alabama road, adjoining the prcperty of
Mr. Mirth Miner, and nearly opposite the nrtlmoj
vf Sara. Mesby. EH . fronting on Alabama "f 'ft
each, running Jack 13 H fee. Thlt U n,,.!r"e
lortUon rer reaid soee. In r ot healthy past ot the city,
win be Ni In lota t- int purchasers.
ALSO. 117 feet oa Market street, immedl.tely oppoflle
the residence of F. Tito., Eh- running bak f"
Wit, upon whlco is a dwelling ni ontheuse, well and
cMernVwKh a choice Motion r.f fruit tr . !!
li-L to seoare sites far f.mlly rf fT'.SfSe
to ih basisess portion of the city would doeilLmase
eartyappheaUoa. Term, s.y.
.jafi-xw At K. M Apperton & Co '
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
I HAVE lor sal. Jane asrv. ui uuu , -.-lasted
on the Memphis and Cbsrleston Railroad,
tabout two -miles and a hilt from Court Squire.
Thu deatrtns cheap property, on easy terms.
will consult their tatertst In applying early to
At FhHIips ii White'. 233 Main street.
THE south half of Lot Ko. 41, frosting 37 X It on
Clilckasaw street, and running back 14SH feet. On
this Lot there Is a small ecmlortiWe bvne. The term
, i.brral. Apply to G. B LOCKE,
marlb-tf Auctioneer and Seal Estate Broker.
r.ora nt Private Sale.
t OFFER for tale, upon easy, terms, unimproved Lota,
1 121 122,126,136, 103, 164,'131. 132- Improved lta,
169 and 170 being on the plan of subdivision of Greenlaw.
Siaarrans, Looney X Keeie. G. B. LOCKE,
nSfWf AncUaaeer and Ml Estate Broker
Titos- Peters' Residence for Sale
-r nivmr uleth Residence and IS3X acres of land
X WeBKlnc t Thomas Peters. Esq., lying on the Stste-
l , r ximA and the Memphis and Charleston Kalircau, si
miles east of Memphis, at Bray's Station The lmprove-
wents consists of a J we Hnr, lwUt In Gothic Style, 9 largo
rooms and 1 small ones, with closets, store rooms, &e
Kuin 9 urranta' rooms, eastern, well, stables and
Lara, carriare honse, wagoa shed, &c, ic In short, it
It one of the best taprorei places in Shelby coanty, all
in rf act order. 1 will sell the Improvements
atid 63 X acres of land, or a"l together. If desire. I will
sU the stock of sheep, hogs, and cattle, corn, fodler, oats
ani pork, slaughtered and packed In the smoke honse, A
tiirin will be riven. Apply to Thos. Peters, on the
premises, or to G. B. LOCKB,
dec 21 Anctloneer and Real EsUte Broker.
enTiTtrhnn Hnsideuce for Sale.
t nppRR far-ule. Tinas rood terms, the farmer Res!
I dnnuR.v cine. Em. Jrincon the north side of
tha new State-line road, a mile and a half east of the
city. The tract contains II aeres, and Is Improved with
a small residence of threo rooms, weH and other Improve
ments. i fanrimmnd lct.TiearlT emoslte. Thistract
Is wMhin three qnaaters of a mile of a good chnreh and
school, and Is In one of the best and healthiest nelsnlor-
coods tn the nanny or aiempaia. u. a. luuj,
norll Anctloneer and Beal EsUto Broker.
OK Laeiierdale tret, ontslde the corporation,
KINEA0BE3 0F LAND, which has been oc-
cnnlol for rears by a Gardener, oa tne Iran-
. lses is a snraH weaaaa. comaiuma ivui
and basement. There Is a good culern near ice noose.
-Taere Is also a coodoriiard. and a fine grape arbor. Ap
ply Immediately to
ac52-tf JOHy CAXXOTAK,
v OFFER fsr.saJo. bo favorable terms andat alawjrlce.
I mTPr.XTiTios of SOO acres of the best cnallty of
Mtcuiimi batt.m land, alt greatly above overflow, 10
mites west of Memphis, on ttt pUnk road; 100 acres of
deareil Lanl and a new doable-frame Home with sait-
tvwilr t tb blace to
PSTliR LEONARD, or to
DANIEL HUGHES, Memphis.
The Best in the "World
OA V nr done hr those who wish to purchase
City Property, oiluadSMne Country Residences
In the suburbs, on some or lao iaiirr un
.had a Hoe Residence, ready for occupation,
Terms liberal, and Utlo good. Apply to
scU7.tr cnABLEg P. McLKAK
I OFFER for sale five hundred and twerty
aerosof Land, foortern miles Northeast of Som.
servlHe, on the Jacksoa read, known as the former
. residence of SteVhen Jarmon. The place Is well
Improved, has a good IiamedilweHiag house and excellenl
out houses, gin-house, with gl i and th-tsher, lo-house,
iic. There is on the premises an extensive orchard, with
.11 tind r.f fmiu crjwa In the country. There are two
bundrei and fifty aeres of land In cultivation, and the
remaining portion well timbered. Apply to the muter
signed, on the place. R. F. JAIUIO,
mar3-w6m- Black Oak Grove, Tenn
THE subscriber oilers for sale the tract of land
Eon which he now resides, in Haywood county.
aTennesser, through which the Memphis and Ohio
Railroad passes. Sale tract contains about four
thousand acres. The improvements consul of a fine
frame dwelling, with ten rooms, negro quarters, gin
house, stables, a fine steam and grist mill, good orcnaras,
and aj the necessary inipruvtments for a large farm, or
can be convenienllv divided into several small ones, ror
health and fertility of soil this place is unsurpassed by
any in the country. Por further particulars apply to the
subscriber on tha premises.
decI0-dAS THOS. SnAPARD,
A Rarsraiu to lie had in Lands.
T VII L sett the tract of Land on which I live, in Tip-
J. pah county, Mho., sir raHes west of Klpley, on
Tippah river, (or creek,) containing Eight II nndred Acres,
Ivo besdrcc' of the v7 best creek bottom and the bal
ance second bottom and upland. There are about one hun
dred acres cleared, and In a fine ataU of cultivation
The Improvements are good and new, con'lsting of a
Dwelling house, and all necessary out houses. The above
tractor land, I have no hesitancy in saying, li one of the
best in North Mississippi for raising Cotton, Corn or
Sleek, as the range Is fine both Winter and Summ'r.
For parUenlars about the place, I refer to DavMson, Ellis
4i Blair, Memphis; John w. xnompcon, Hipiey, jtiss., n.
C. Peguls, iiouy springs, or u rayseu on me premise,
Ctl2-wtf J. J. "Kituia.
In Chancery ut Memphis.
ft TATE OF TENNESSEE At Kute teld in the Clerk':
l aaee. Ohaneerv Skte of tbeOemmon Law and Chan-
crry Comet of the cHy ef Memphis, Monday, April 6th,
John Jfstrpny, CmpUlnant,
Jobs H. BradlrT and the Memphl; and Little Rock Rail
road GoBiBany. uereuaanis.
It aBoexrtas fremaadavlt filed in this cause that the
DefettUBtt, J no. H. Bradley, is a non-resident nfthe State
f TesBCsee: It Is erdoml that he do enter his appear
ance herein bem or wuhln the first three days of the
next term r said Court to bo held en the fourth Monday
In May next, (IB67.) and plead, answer or demur to Cem
laleant's Lisl, or the same wall be tsken for untested
as tot him and set for hearing ex pcrtt, and that, a copy
of ibis rr be j-n'.iuwa osce a weec iir rour snicess-
ire wvwkaln the Memphis Appeal.
JL ey Attest:
JOHN 6. LANIER, Clerk and Master.
"KM. H. Pottos, Solicitor for CompTt.
In Chancery at Memphis,
rvTATE OF TENNES3KK. At Rales heM in the Clerk'
O ofSce. Chasoen sW ef the Common Law an Chan-
eery Court of the City of Memphis, Menday, April th
Charles F. Rodgers, Complainant,
James Ford, jr , Charles F. Ford, S. F.Trabue, Jesse Har
ris, Jae Nsrton, racrwr ana omtrs.
It appearing from affidavit Sled In this cause that the
Defendants. James Ford. Jr.. Charles F. Ford. S. F.
Trahce. Jrssee Harris. James Norton, aud Fackler are
Bon-resMeali ! the State of Tennessee: It Is ordered
that they do enter their appearance herein before or
witMm tie first three days of the next term of tail
Oeurt, to be betd cn the fourth Monday In May next.
ilSST.l and Dtead ant wer or demur to Complainant's bill,
or the sane win be taken for confessed, and set for hear-
iaf tx-partt, and that a copy of this order be puDtishea
act a week xer lour successive weeaa in ucxemtuiu
X oopy attest : JOHN C. LANI ER,
Clerk and Master,
MoxreitD & Kites, Solicitors for Complainant.
In Chancery at Memphis.
f-iTATE OF TENNESSEE. At Rules held In the Clerk1
i aAoe. Chancery SMe of the Common Law and Chan
4ryCertef the city of Memphis, Monday, April 6th,
George Brooks, Complainant,
John 31 "Wood and Donetson, firm of fTood &
It appearing from aadavlt fired in this cause, that the
Defendants, John M Wood and D3nelson, firm of
"Wood Jc Done son. are non-resHrnts of the State of Ten-
Beseee: It is ordered that they do enter their appearance
hereinbefore or within the first three days of the next
term of eald Court, to b held on the fourth Monday in
May next, tlSsYI,) and plead, answer, or demur to Oem
pU least's bin. or th eame wilt be taken for confessed
. ai ts them, and set ter heating ex-varle, and that a copy
of this ordeT be pHte4 ortcr a week, forfour successive
weeks. In the Memptiu Appeal.
A copy attestr JOHN C. LANIER,
Clerk and Master.
Frazeb & Joans. SoJ'rs for Comprt
IMPROVE YOUR STOCK.
COMFEuMISR win mate the present teaeencn
jSlfrtrnv tua. U Fayette, and at S. W. Milone-j, In
CQSkTIf ton, sr Mason's Depot! stopping one day
lathe wk la the nelgbt orhood of GaHoway'" Switch,
n the Messphls and Ohio RaUroad. uaving taxen two
Pniai as thoroBXh'brsd Stallion, and six of bis colts
Prrtatems at the District and County Fairs, Ccmpro
raitf ear. waU eUlm pstrensge frdm those wishing to Im
prove their stock, or raise rrrmium Iajiis.
Marts from adistasce sent to me or Mr. Malone wl 1
beproytlya,tndedto,and fed at $2 per week, hut M
lUbRHy far accident or eseapea.
TtKMS Sason$li Insnrance 25; Groom fee fifty
ents. For tdigro, Jtc., write to me, at Macon, or S.
VT. Malone, Sharon.
Season wW dose at M alone" s, 1st Jcly; continued at
hocne tin August. Costp-omlse will msko a fall season
at R, Tan's. Mill Rl 'ge, St Fiancls county, Arkan
sas, eomaeeetng lit Stpleaiber
aplTrtwawIit J J. TTILLTAKBON.
ice: ice: ice:
HAVING comp'eted our MAMMOTH. JCK HOUSE on
Beat street, sear the corner of ,SbeISy,.wo are now
prepared to furnish our friend and customers with ICE
at ONE CENT PER POUND. ADrder for packing wlU
Ve protaptly and carefully atlesdrd to In all reasons of
the year at lowest rates.
TheEarnmuniiy may depend cnon our supplying then
wl-h Ice at the above Tate. It Is our intention to keep
prtees within means of the p"or as well as rich.
3" All orders left at the TTkarf-Boat, at the Mam
BMb Ice Hour, or at Barnett & Walker's, (IPO Main
street,) will be promptly filled
marH-tm PHYAL. A LGKO X CO.
Jflem&his Founder y
Adsms Street, Memphis, Tenn.,
IS now prepared le do all kinds of Machine Wort; also,
1 Steamboat Work of every description. Steam Engines,
Saw MUls of everr description. Cotton and Wool Ma
chinery, Gin Gearing, Planing Machines. Also, Brass
Fouad.ry, Casting and Finishing, Steam Guage Cocks and
Garllnr of every description, heavy Wrought Iron Forg.
ina- Wrought Iron Gratings for JaUs, Bank Vaults, Cel
lar and BWe-Walt Grates, Iron Fencing of every descrip
tion made to order. Also, nouse Fronts. Window Caps
aid1 Sins, ef variou patterns. In a word, I am prepare
Wa every description of work In my line
baVeTow to .nop to latest and most tmprmd P.l-
A ot Steam Engine. PH?h7.
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
JAS. A. STEEETT & CO ,
NO 2l9MAIN-ST.,Ui-i-iraw"- "
our .totk WJir'TTlZL
Lawn R-bes o the newesi uwisuj
Mantillas, new auu eiegam
inmilv Parnisliing siateriais,
.,t nt Linen and Cotton Sheeting, all
Stb. aad quifltles. Pillow Case Linens double and sln
.. ..!e.M. niAiha. Nankins. Diapers, D.jlrs,
5. Tints. Curtain Material, of all descrlptiona, Mar-
artUe.QuMt.an- wpe.. rZ2,7J win .d
- TlwIl r f
Bteacaea ana urowu dm " ",
Slrtoed Osnabu.gi. 4x , Ticking. Striped Cettonaaes,
ApChetk.,Fianne!J,Jeani.ic.; "White Good, con
sisting of Plain Figured, and Checked Swiss Bock ln
dls.Mn,&etEmbr.WerlesandLcea Handwme woraeu iem, uoum,
Worked Robes, rialn and Embroldtrtd nandkerchlcs,
Olovtt. nosiery. Fancy BtlU, Fans, Perfumery, Small
It is our Intention to makeDry Goods th leadlug fea
ture of business, and our friends can rely upon finding at
all times a full and complete assortment.
Clothing and rurnisning Goods.
Stock in this Mae manufactured under onr ewu super
Boots and Shoos, Hats and Caps,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Trunks, Carpet Ban, & c.
SITOf & CL.AKKE,
Gcnllcmcns' Boys and Childrcns'
Sole licatiier TrimUs, Car
pet wags, KC., .K.C.,
243 MAIN STREET, UNION BLOCK,
Wit are now receiving our SPRING AND SUMMER
STOCK, which will be found complete in quality.
sty!e and price. We have
soaStrlne and Summer Casslmere Suits, "some vtrj
Krt n."if i V'inrr Ratalraere Fanlaloons. " at all prices t
500 pairs Black Casslmere and Drap E Tete Pantaloons ;
390 BUCK umS riWK auui'iruuvcM. ""-""J f
Hue Cloth Dress Coats, "good style;"
Black and Faucy SUk Vests, RagUn Patterns and styles ;
600 Fancy and White Marseffles Vests, Raglan style;
Rich White Figured Satin Vests, new styles ;
rsii whit, v.inen Tnti and Raslans
600 BItct Drap E TeU, Alpaeca and Cashmere Frock and
Raglan Coats ;
anriuir n.ttimere Rarian Over Coats ;
cXKT Joien White and Fancy Shirts, anung which will be
found all the styles.
vr iimtire a larce atcck of Medium Goods.
We respectfully seliclt an examination of our stock.
The T bices will be found low.
earn SPlfETiL C LABILE,
SPIVBY & CliARKE,
WHOLESALE AMD KETAIL DEA1XBS IK
OENTLEMEPS AND BOYS
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags
243 MAIN STREET,
Union Block, Opposite Court Square,
rvtiK term, are cash, which enables us to sell at tht
U lowest prices. We respectfully solicit a call from all
In want of Clothing. maygi-dawly
Spring and Summer
SI.UOX & SEESSEL,
MAiaJFACTURERS OF MEISS'
ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES XSH PLANTERS' GOODS.
0OR facilities this year being of such a nature we are
enabled to oar our Spring and Summer atock, which
1 unusually large, to the trade and dtlxens generally at
the very lowest rates. Country Merchant, and River
Traders in particular are earnestly requested to call and
examine our stock before purehaslngelsewhsre.
SIMON k. SEESSEL. 63 Front Row,
Corner Jefierson-st., under Commercial Hotel,
J. W. WATSON,
HAVING removed to No. 6 Court street, between
Main street and Front Row, begs to return his
thanks to his friends and the public generally for their
liberal patronage for the last six years, and hopes, br
strict attention to business to merit a continuance ot the
Having engaged a Ko. 1 Cntter, of long experience, he
is now prepared to make up his goods In first rate style,
and cheaper than any other bouse in Memphis, for cash.
He buys for car h and sells for cash. fetg7-3m
1X3T7 3vr.XTjr JST.,
Under the TTorsliam House.
THE subscriber begs leave to announce to his custom
ers and the dtlxens of Memphis that he has return
ed from New Tork with a full assortment of most splen
did Goods, which he Is prepared to make up for ca.h on
short noUoe. ,fP6-1?
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP MEMPHIS, TENN.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL I GTJARANTT CAPITAL
CHARTERED by the Legislature of Tmnessee, Session
of lS55-'66, to make Fire, Life and Marine Insurance
and to cause themselves to be re-insured when deemed
expedienL In view of which they have arranged with
the following Companies, for re-Insurance by means of
opca polieits :
PrltUh Commercial Life, London Capital $3 000,000
Equitable Fire, " 2,000,000
Int-rnational Life, " 2,600.000
Knickerbocker Life, United States, " - 200.fc
nr,:t W.terB Uarlne. 1.000,000
Howard Fire end Marine, " " 600.000
CMlhlated Fire ' 300 000
At the annual eircjen on Tuesday, the 10th instant, the
felewing Directors and Committee were elsrtfd for the
JAMES B. THORNTON, L. J. DUPREE,
GEO. R. GRANT, THOS. McADAM,
STItPHEN B. CURTIS, J. H. MULPOBD,
HENRT 3. KING, JOS. B ARBIEFB, Jr,
S. B. CURTIS. L. J. DUPREE, H. 3. K1HO.
Me&ieel Examiner Gt O. R. GRANT, 1 . JJ.
Attorney J. B. THORNTON, Esq.
.-erffR p nivrncin. em.
And .1 nie.ln?nf the new Dlrectorr CI HCedneeClay,
the Ilth inst., the following officer! were ctason fee the
JAMES B. THORNTON, Pretlient.
GEO R. GRANT, Fice Pretiient.
THOS. McADAM. Secretary.
OFFICE No. 8, Madison street, corner Frost Bow.
fT STEAMBOATS, Steamboat Boilers, and Steambost
J Machinery, under the provisions or ine acts or win
gress of 1833 and 1S12. OfBco, 8 Madison stmt,
marl THOMAS McADAM, Inspector.
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of Nasiiville, Tenn.
CAPITAIi, :::::: $150,000.
JOSEPH VAULT Pres'U....A. W. BUTLER, SeCy
G. H. Fogs,
Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
R. H. Gardner, sr. A. Owen,
Joseph Vaulx, James Ellis,
Alloway, W. S. Eakln.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freights nnder
open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risks ou
Mirchandlse. by steamboats, railroads, or landcarriagrat
aho, hazards on rivers and lazes to or from aiy part of
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE oa buildings, dwelling or other
heuses, goods in store, furniture, fcx.. In town or country.
T9Negroes insured agarosi ine aanarrs or ue nver.
J. G. LONSDALE, Agent,
Office Jefferson street, Memphis.
The Mutual Life Insurance CoBpaay,
OF NEW TORK.
Ar.r.iimtilated Fund, S3.000.000.
THE rates adopted by this Company are baaed upon the
mmtcurrect observations. Policy holders get all the gain
. i ha cnmnanv. as It Is purely mutual, having no prefer
red stocx or other capital to taxetbe first fruits of pttflta
from the Insured.
Any person wishing Insurance on bis or her life will re
ceive all informausn, logBiner wiuuiiwiihihu
application, by catling on v. """i
Agent Mutual Life Insurance Company,
oMI-lv Omen Jefferson street, Memphis.
ntHK underlrned are now opening at their NEW
J. DRUG 8T0BE,
NO. 37 FRONT ROW,
tlteneral and well selected assortment of
Fresh ljrnirs and Mcdicinefl,
Cliemlcals PaU.ta, Oils, Dyestuffs, PaUnt Medlclaes.
m. .... .rvi Perfnmerv. warranted to be fresh and
g. ntine, direct lrm Nw Tork. wrlch are offered on ac
commodating Urms. tail isajMm ror 7uih,i
send in your orders, which will be promptly attende-t to.
particularly these f rom a dutanoe, and the goods sent
forward without delay. The patronage of our friends
aid the public la respectfully solicited to our newrs.
labllsbmeat, aa we feel assured we can render satlafae
tUa to all who may favor us with thelrcustom.
I THIS day lost In Memphis, aod as I believe, cn Wash
lngton street, a small memoranda-bowk, aod $1000 o
Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip.
No. 10U for 0 mmM
No. 10U for e5 $J90C
Issued In September, 1S&6, and payable at Pine lUCfl.
This is to notify the finder who the owner Is, and to girt
all persons notice not to purchase th- aam. A proper
compensation will be given by me to th finder on dellrerjr
ov3-t( THOMAS JAMBS. ,
Planters, Iook to Your Interest!
3 - ..... .1 T. W 1" f!U
WEaie'tUlaientafor lue saie oi iuo
STAND Actual tests prove that the Glcs now be
ine manuracinieo arr lur ii iu
For lightness of draught, r peed, and making a flnesam
rle. these Gins cnnot be equaled
Now is the time to send tn your orders, so as to have
them made and to arrive here In time for the next crop.
HARRIS, WORMEI EI & CO , Agents.
mar25 dawSm No 8 Front Row, Memphis.
53- Enqulref copy. .
S. D. TRUEIIEART... -
.J. at, WOODSON.
TRUEUEART & WOODSON,
Manulacturers of Southern Star Cotton Giu,
T KSFECTFULLT call the attention of the public, par-l-C
1. th. p ton Planter . to the Ir GIN MANU
J.fc, H ""J - . . W.
FACWllT.nowinsucce,Vu. ol-..V"- .-
deemltnnneceeian P - d
gooa jxrxormju. V e now n.l ihem men cf
procured of gentlemen who are now n; ng ' ntm-men cf
high reputauan a ""--, " ;.m .W.t
wlihanybul a eai TV- XT.v..
are determined to spire no pslrs or means to make a
Cotton Giu l't w.npl-athel.l.uter.
In addition winouiu y " j . ,
. -e aren .w tttllnn up at improttattttle.
at con-werane auuiiwuais-AiM.v, . w-
&3 50 per saw. . w
t ..mnleoronrRlnscan always b; seen at Messrs.
Graham & Hill's, who are our agents In Minipbls.
r!.n.m-r. i!rera. send In vour orders with speclfi
cations, and :h-y shall be prompt'y attended to. A suf
ficient guaranty given in rvnj rie.
Repairing aone wiiu nraii,e uu uu.
"important to Cotton Planters:
THE TATLOR FRE9UU3I COTTON CIX:
CIiEMANS, BROWN & CO.,
e-inv .nh.rriir hera leave to call the attention of
I Planters to an examination of the merits of these
Gin Stands, which posiess In a greater degree the quali
ties to be desl edin s Cotton Gin vU.: Speed, JjtgM
DrauqM, and Uooa xamptc man auj um
. t.,. 4.m. - .nv ect.htichment
arectl-Tiaouas reaaouauic ciu..
Ill IUV UU.U. . , a ,,
I feel fully authorized In saying that I can furnish, all
things considered, a superior Gin Staid to any factory m
the uniieu mairi. , ......
u..... va.lke. flennt it Co. are agents for the sale
of these Gins, who will keep a supply of various fires on
t,.t,ri ne win order anv lie at short notice. Office on
Jefferson street, Memphis, Tenn.
mar20-dtwaw6in a. a. niui-niua, -n --
Deominm fVlf.tr.T. frlTl R.
m-rtrrv .tintiA. nf nM tan Planters is resoectfully called
I . .Snn annerior Gins, manufactured by E. Car
ver It Co.. East Bridgewater. Mass. Under a recent ltc-
provement, the Carver Gins are regarded as the best now
. t .... - fvtr .Tirw-rinrttv needs so comments frcm
us, as thousands are now In successful operation in Ut
Southern country. . ,. .
Wo havo on hand fifty Gins, embracing all the dice rent
alses and numbers of saws.
plete. all of which we oflfcr to our frlfnds upon the nsual
terms ana lime. vr n . ..,
Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange Building.
Memphis, Sept. 25, ISM tf
WHITLEV'S PATENT PORTA
CLARK & AVERT,
St. Louis, Mo.
AGENT AT MEMPHIS, TENN.y
TTAVING taken the Agency for the sale of the above
I I circular Saw UUIS, 1 am prepareu 10 uu
fer MUU, with or without the power to drive them on
v. .V ..f viMfe
Persons wishing to purchase Mills, and also desirous that
they should be set up and put into operation, can be at-
tr J nt Trtsb to nralse our 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
us the preference after such examination. We are sat
isfied our Mills will saw more lumber, and In better style
In the same number of hours than any other Saw Mill
Persons wishing to purchase Mills will please address
me at Memphis, Tenn. u. aici.ivn.
Black Smith aud Sheet Iron Worker,
Corner of Tront Revs and JKincAafer-if.,
SECOND-HAND Boilers bought, sold
andexebangtdfornew one. Sheet Iron
work done of every description, such as
rthimneTi. Brlchen. Fire Beds, E.cape
Pipes. Condensers Fo'ges.Metalic Life-Boats, andSteam-
boat Work in general. -iso, mi juci,fini,.iU."j
Gaoometers, Cl-terns, &e .....
N. B. Boilers repaired at the shortest notice, and on
the n oi reasonable terms
SEAMLESS WHALEBONE FK1RTS.
WE taie pleaute In again Introducing our Improved
Seamless Skirt, a b. lng the rnott accepUble and
rtllable article In maiket ; w are aware that many new
styles called Impr vemtnts are before the public, amh as
India Buber, Gntta Perch i, lUttan, iic , all of hlch
hi if niied for but cannot recommend them, as
we have experimented with and tested them all (most
ef them two year since j tuomniiBK lucni mj iut iuuS
..nt rj rnmnetent ladles to decide ut.ii their merits, and
have found them from actual use, to be in all Important
tespecu, decidedly inferior to our iroperly prepared
Whalebone, wnicn nas wrn m .
and for which has been expreand f rr.ni all parts of th.
country entire ratlsfactlon; and we have the more posi
tive evidence f rom our own large retail trade, amounting
to many doiens per day. Therefore we ctnfldentlr le
commendcd.ur Sxlrts to be the least ob'ectlonable of
anything In nse; possessing many aJantages found in
no ot herSkirt, the most important of which Is our se
ries of elattie Cords at the bottom, made f iom the only
material that can be ured, that will recover lta place
when preteed out of shape, will not roll nor eurl, Is not
affected by heat or cold and can be washed without inju
ry. These cords at the bottom. Instead of bones, which
are excetdlng'y awkward and inconvenient, with our own
prepared boaes abeve and a fabric manufactured by our
selves expressly for our goods, tn our estimation and the
estimation of thousands who have uted them, produce a
Skirt, and the only Skirt equally adapted to the parlor,
the steect. and the crowd, giving a proper, graceful and
elegant form to a Ladles' Dress J light, pliable, easily
adjusted and In every respect a complete article. The
public are cautioned against all Imitations or other golds
ailed Seamles Skirts. Every genuine artlc'e Is stamped,
E it J noluies' Improved Seamless Whalebone Skirt,
and are for sa!e at 99 Matket street, Philadelphia, and in
the pnnctpsl Jobbing Homes in New Tork and Boston.
Bostojc. Feb I, iai7. E. h. J. nOLMES & CO.
PHILADELPHIA, JAN'Y, 1S57.
To Df alert in Tennettee, Mittittippl and Arkantat
r kvtt.EMEN : We are now established In the WHOLE-
VX SALE BUSINESS In this city, and beg leave to Invite
your attestlon is an
ENTIRE SEW STOCK,
BOOS AND SHOES,
Direct from the Manufactories In Massachusetts, New
Jersey, a .d Pennsylvan a; and believing, with onr long
experience and superior facilities, onr STOCK for
TOUR TRADE, and for the satisfaction of your custom
ers, cannot be surpassed, we solicit AN EARLY CALL
when you come to this city.
Yours respectfully, JOS. S. LKVETT Si CO.,
No. 122 Market street, third store from South.
JosErn S. Levett, late ot Memphis.
Path. Sticknet. of Boston. Jan2(-w6m
Jllempliis and Oliio
Tlirousli Route to Nnsliville.
m jrADBtiarttcularly to aceommrdate the people on the
LVL line of tbe road, and also those living so far off
that the present arrangement is inconvenient to mem.
Two Daily Trains Eacli Way.
On and after MONDAY, March 231, Trains will run as
Mall Passenger Train will leave Browm vine dally (Sun
days excepted) at 9 o'clock A. at., and arrive at Memphis
at 12 M.
Retnrninz Will leave Memphis at 3 o'elo r. at., and
arrives at Brownsville at 6 r. us., connecting at Ma
son's with a line of Hacks for Covington, and at Browns,
vllle with Norwood's line of Stages for Nashville, via
Jackson, 4e. ,
An Accommodatlo Train will leave Memphis dally
(Sundays excepted,) at 7:15 o'clock A. at., and arrive
at Brownivlll. at 12 m ., Connecting with Hacks at Mason,
aod Stages as above.
Returning lyaves Brownsville at 4 P. it., and ar
riving at Memphis aH:40 r. M
Br this arrangement, twolellvlng on the line ol the read
or within fifteen, twenty or thirty mile can come to
Memphis, have ample time t transact their business,
and return home In the evening.
--T!.rDn-h Ticket, to be had of Patterson & Sro.,
Commercial Hotel, oral the Worsham Ilonae.
mar!9-lf iirnus tur r !. upt.
TTTA8 committed to ln janor or muucrano bwj,
W u,...,.r ivrm.f.. on th. 2d day of April, 1857. a
negro man as a runawsy, who calls his nama THOMAS
JKFPEHSON. When taken Bp, saia ne oeiongwi iojou-
sthan Tbomiwn, a rew mue. ir . -
ai.r. .... .. betenred to J P. T. Slmms, 0 &M.oftle
Chancery Court, at Jackson. Mississippi. Said negro is
SfeetlOK Inchta high, weighs sbout ISO pounds, about
27 years of age. color black, wear, whiskers, has two
stars on Ids forehesd, no other marks psrceptlble. had In,
his possesion an oil bag full of clothing, aaiongst which
Is a handkerchief marked Carrie Fultnn. Tbe owner Is"
iiotlfiedtoeome forward, prove property, pay charges,
an! take him away, or ho will be dealt with ai the law
directs. " - Mcur.r.i.iiin,
aplO W3l" aoeTm anu -aiicr oi .am wunij.
Choice Irish. Potatoes.
120 aACKS'cr' '
5 Monroe street.
GllsjsjaK3.iiu ,1 c:tSSiAaV
'(fclark Co, I
ON the 1st June, !S5. the Arm heretofore existing be
tween F. H. CLARE, and A. C. "WTJRZAnn . dt.-
solved by mutual consent. F. H. Clark is charged with
the seuiemeut .of the business of the late firm of F. H.
Clark fc Co. F. H. GLARE.
The subscribers have associated thsmstlvu tocsther
unaer tne nra ox r . u. uuaul ol lu.
F. H". CLARr,
JAS. S. WILEIN3,
OUR NEW .FIRM,
It affords me pleasure to announce to my friends and
t, tt , uxxMtA with me my formr
partner, JAS. S. WILKINS, ani my well-known M.lr-
Unt' '"OS. HILL, under the familiar styleof F. H.
ark & CO.
The new firm wUl start with an efficient force la each
mechanical branch, the Watch department being under the I
supervision of Mr. WUklns.
Rto full at all times of the latest fashions, and price
a i lov as the same quality and style of goods can bo pur-
eissed in Philadelphia or .New Tork.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me
during my fifteen years' residence in MempVls, and my
a m will be to merit lis continuance.
UR aim has bet n to keep pace with our growing city.
Vand furnish those who want Goods la our line with
good articles, and at fair prices. Our assortment, for
years, has been hut little if any behind our Eastern
allies, it is more extensive mis season man ever, uur
leading branches are, first
Of whl-'ii we have every variety In general use.
together with a large assortment made to our
order, which for neatness ot style and tlme-keep-
mr. are surpassed by none. In our assortment
will be found the Eight Day Watch and the Repeating
0 -Tonometer, giving the time to a minute in the dark.
Our assortment in this important branch Is kept full
by frequent receipts of all the new styles, whether of
f jrelgn or domestic production.
Wo have mads this branch of our business a study for
earn, not onlv not tin I ourselves with regard to the dlf,
ferent oualltiea and merits ot the different styles and ma
kers, bat of the kinds best suitable to our market. Our
assortment, ror a numaeroi years, oa urru i., -
which we have recentlv made many additions ot our own
lmrrrtation. Wo cab furnish our customers with SHOT
GCtfS from $5 to $200 ; RIFLES frem $10 to S 100,
Also, the celebrated S1IAKF'S mrm.
V Is to IS,
DERRINGER and COLT, ot all sixes.
Also, a full as-
ortment of the kinds in general nst.
Tea and Coffee Seta. Pitchers. Goblets, Cups, Castors,
Spoons, Forks, Ladles, with many choice Fancy Articles,
all coin fine.
SILYER PLATED GOODS.
Urns. Castors. Candlesticks. Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg-
nes, Cake and Fruit Baskets Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Pitch
ers, Goblets, Cups, waiters, ox., ac.
A full assortment of Pocket and Table, from tha best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OUR MECHANICAL BKANCH.
AU kinds of Watch Work done in the most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
Plain and Oramental; Seals for Lodges. Courts, &c.
in any style, stencei Plates of au sues.
O XT XI.
Prof Remington, Artist,
Embraces a suit ot rooms built expressly for the purpose,
and we are prepared to furnish our customers with first
class clotures mall the various styles.
In building expressly for our business, we have com
bined every convenience f.r the dlnerem trancces, ana
gieatly reduced our expenses, which, with our facilities
and theextenilennf our business, enables ua to sell goods
and do work on the most reasonable terms Goods cheer-
fnllv shown and fairly represented, and we invite all.
both buyers and the curious, to drop in without ceremony
and examine our stoc. we keep open nouse ror au.
octlS-dawIy F. H. CLARK & CO,
WATCHES Some very fine.
JEWELRT New styl-s.
SILVERWARE Com line.
SILVER PLATED GOODS Best quality.
SPaOTACLlS To suit every ccndlt.on of sight.
GUNS Best maters
PISTOLS Fail anfortment
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY.
Making by far the btst asror'ment ever offered In this
market r. II. ui.akh. sx. uu ,
maris No. 1 Clark's Marble Block,
FOR SALE BY
F. II. CLARK & COMPANY,
mn late, t and by far tbe most important improve
L ment in Photography Is the recently patented pic
ture known as th. SP11KUEOTTPE, which Is not only
new and unl,ke any of Its predecessors, but greatly su
perior t all. The Sphereotype Is proof against time,
AIR and water, and for richness of tone, warmth ot
expression and distinctness has 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 ihti picture we have tbe exclusive right for Mem
phis. Specimens'can be seen In our Gallery, where pic
tures are also taken In the various style by our Artist,
who comblw s the Chemist with the Artist, which ena
bles him at all times to produce superior Pictures.
r. 11. CLAHK. a. uu
dec2-tf No. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
Wholesale and. TVctail
No. 67 Front Bow.
THANKFUL to his friends and the public
sfor the very liberal patronage extended to
him for the last eight years, M. LOUIS MON
TEDONICO begs leave to inform the dtlxens
ot Memphis and vicinity that be will constantly keep on
hand a large assortment of the best Imported Wines
Claret, Port, Madeira, White, &c i also, Scotch Ale and
M. L. Moxtedoxico always keeps on hand a great
variety of Fancy Candles and Toys, an assortment of stick
Candy, Prunes In jars and boxes, Ralins, Grapes, every
kind ot rruits ana nuii, picries, LoDsiers, saruines.
Olives. Frsncb and English Mustard. Sugar in loaf and
boxes, Caracao, Maras-hlno, Old Wines, Ginger, Pre
serves, Savannah, New Tork and Boston Preserves, Cat
sup, Pepper Sauce, Chocolate, Cordials, Syrups, Macca
ronl, VermacelH, the best Havana Cigars, and a great
many o'her articles, too numerous to mention, now offered
for sale very low, either by wholesale or retail.
naving, 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 arranging
and decorating tables for Parties Weddiogs, & , with
honor to himself and satisfaction to his customers.
Manufacturer and Wholesale Healer In
Plain and Fancy
CANDIES, CAKES, &C
No. 220 lilaiu-st, Odd Fellows'
Hall, Memphis, Tenn.,
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortments Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits in their own Juice, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, coraiais, syrups, line wines, Brandies, all
kinds of Nuts, fcc
In connection with this establishment I have fitted up
In superior style an
Ice Cream Saloon,
expressly for the Ladles. A'so. Gentlemen .oauoon.
where ice uream ts terveu rrom a. m. uu iz r. at
C. C. MA YD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
WHERE can be found all description of Grave Work,
which will be furnished as cheap as It can be got
In any market Wett. Also, Building Work done at short
It ls to the Interest of all persons wanting such work to
purchase from tbo yards at Memphis Instead ot purchas
ing rrom Agents, as me .Manuiacior nave to aaojine
twenty per cent, that ls paid Agents to the work sold by
them. Southerners, look to your Interest.
der3-dawm CI. O WATTIWKT.T.
TO 3C i t i t JbrU HTiTOl
The Madison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Factory
THE understlgnd has taken the stand reontly occu
pied by Moore & Halstead, over the Planing Mill of
whlnnle. McCnllach tc Co.. and Is prepared to fill all or
d rs for Saab, Doors, Blind, Frames, Casings, Mould
ings, Mantles, tic.
Particular attention paid lo dressing and ripping Loss
ber, for the Carpenters and Builders.
Valuable Negroes for Sale.
mwiniff X I? r O ri I? a Ina arrlirVi fmm TsntTirmTT
M ntl Vlrstnla, moDff the number three Bw ale-
r t tviTiovaT
V. B. FORREST.
No. 87 Adams street.
iarMuarr atttr (uikrj
IIIAWKS, SMITH & 0.'S BDLLET1K.
rsipsriaas T7x-.c3.o, 18S7 !
LOOK. TO YOUR INTEREST.
c-mrnin fd I
SJllJ.Il CC tt.j
lltPORrEES AND DFALER3 IN
o ff m y RR T
' - J
Nos. 304 and 806 Main-st.
ALSO AOrSTf FOR
" HeHiDg's " Patent Salamander bales l
HAVING now received the greater portion of our
Goods for th. StRING TRADE, by recent arrivals
from Europe and the Eastern Cities, we are prepared to
offer greater Inducements to the Merchants, Planters and
Mechanics of the Southwest than have hitherto been of
fered In this market, for proof ot which we resrectf ully
so.lctt the Inspection of our stock and prices. In view of
this, we hare placed ourselves in a position to offer such
inducements to those who may vbltMemph'sfor tbe pur
pose ot making their purcbas's, as wilt deter them from
seeKing anoiner marxei, so rar ai least as our uuuuoi
Is concerned. To fully carry out this object we have mad.
permanent arranz meat a with the beat manufacturers lu
England and in this country, to be regularly supplied
with a full stock ot Goods In our line, and will furnish
those who may favor us with their orders, with gooasai
as low figures as any house in the conntry,.Soulh or West.
Our stock comprises
For tlic Country Trade.
Boiled and Charcoal Iron Castings,
Boston. Philadelphia and Wheeling Nails,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets,
Log. Trace, Stay ana Stretch Chains,
Bright and half bright caststeel Hoes,
CasUteel polished rlveted-eye Hoes,
Oil root and steam bent names.
Hog si la Collars, horse and mule.
Cotton, wool and Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jute Cordage,
Thread and common cotton Rope,
Plow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothe. Lines, S.C.,
Louisville, Cincinnati and New Tork Sifters,
Nova Scotia and Beved Grindstones,
Ames caststeel Shovels and Spades,
Rowland's aud Can's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all patterns.
Locks, Latches, Hinges, &c.
Well Wheels and Well Buckets.
Together with every article suited to the traJa ot th.
country merchant. In the
We have made tbe best selections from the most approved
manufacturers of every article necessary for the planting
Cotton. Cane and Grub Hoes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks,
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fan MLls, Corn MUls, Corn Shelters,
Corn and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutters,
Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, &c,
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent and common Churns,
Hamcs, Collars, Sing'etrees, ic,
Pruning Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements of all kinds.
Hall It Spear's wrought and cast Flews,
Allen's Cotton Plows and ScraDcrs.
Together with a full stock of the "celebrated Avery and
Livingston &. Co. Flaws, which have for several years
past given such universal satisfaction. We are fully pre
nared to keep always on hand a large stock of these
Plows, together with the extra Points and Castings, so as
to be able to supply our planters with them at all times
In the selection df our stock ot Goods lu the
We have paid most particular auction to the Interests
ot our mechanics. We have selected such goods as are
best suited to this market, and can safely guaranty satis
faction t. au.
Our stock in this department is full ana complete.
Greenwood's celebrated Plnges,
Greenwood's Axle Pull lei and Shutter Faatnlngs,
Pearl White and Mineral Kn.b Locks and Latches,
Cloie and Electro-Plated " " " "
Cottage, Rural and Mortise
Front and store daor " " "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self-shutting door and Gate Hinges and Latches,
Bolts and Hooks. Nails. Brads. Screws. &x.
This department la our business Is under the special
sunervlslon of one of the partners, who has fer many
years. In ths city, given It his careful attention, and be
lieving that this orancn of our nustness requires mora
than ordinary care, both in the selection of the goods
and in filling orders, be Is determined to use his best en
deavors to keep inch goods as shall pleae all our me
chanics, jnd will hold every lnauomem lo mtrmniir
We would can pirtlcular attention toonr stock of Tools.
the quality of all which we can fully guaranty, compris
Union Factory Plane), Rules, itC,
Spear h. Jackson's Hand and Pannell Saws,
Butcher's cast steel Chisels and Files,
Earl Smith tc Co.'s Flies.
Wetherby'a Chisels and Draw Knives,
Cam's celebrated " "
Spirit Levi 1 j. Rules and Gnages,
Augers, Auger Bltts, Screwdrivers, &c
Peck's Louisville Bellows,
Newcomb's New York Bellows,
S did Box and Parallel Vices,
Armltsge's Mousehole Anvils,
Coley's warranted Anvils,
Hand and Sledge Hammers,
Farriers, Hammers, Knives and PHieers.
Best Charcoal Tin Plate I C,
" Leaded Roofing Plate I C,
Bar Tin, Spelt re, tc,
Iron Brass and Copper Wire,
Bolt Copper, Soldering Irons, &c.,
Tinned and Braziers Sheet Copper,
Boiled and Charcoal Sheet Iron.
" Buss imitation, Russ. and Galvernlxed Iron,
Bar Lead. Rivets, Copper Tacks. Itc.
We would also call the attention of Railrcad and Levee
Contractors to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, Ame's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines. Mattocks. Picks, fee.
navtcg a thorough knowledge of our business In all Us
branches, we are determined to give It our entire atten
tion, an I shall attend personslly to all the orders, and to
the transaction ot our business in every particular, and
by so doing flatter ourselves that w can give satisfac
tion. UAH KB. 311 11 II K LU.,
fcbl 304 and 306 Maln-st.
CORNER OP CUICKASAW AND JACKS0N-8T8
Mozrfpri -iti. Toxin..
TEALSR In Ale. Porter. Cider and Wines of all kinds
XJ manufactured by the most celebrated estalllshueati
in tbe United States. For sale. Wholesale or Ketaii
From mv lone experience In the business (twelve years u
which has been In tbe city of Memphis i na wr myfa;
with the guaranty I have bad from my Old customer
that my exertions have been appreciated by mem.
Iuly27-dawtf jauob beuiit(ji.
FREESE & FL.OYFERS'
NEW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
Ko. 338 Main Street,
Bet. Unlnn and Gsyoso.
XS now open for the reception of Students. Everything
L that is taught in any Instttntion of a similar kind In
the United States can be learned nere. Tne course m-
braces Sinsle and Double Entry Book-Keeping, Penman
ship, Commercial Law, Commercial Forms aud Calcula-
tlens. Banking, noteaaie ana juuii, bommission.
Steamboat. Manufacturing tic
Students are not taught In classes ; they are Instructed
Individ uallv and smarately : so there will be no detention
on account of classes. It takes but a few weeks to com
plete the course.
Ihe hours of instruction will be from 9 to 12 a. St., and
from 2 to S r. M. Also. Evening Lessons from T to a
For full course, time unlimited $35 00
For partial course... 25 00
For Penmanship, time unlimited 15 00
For " twenty lesson 5 00
For further particular!!, address
FREESE & FLOWERS,
I HAVE this day disposed of my entire interest in the
firm of GOODLETT, NABKRS Si CO., f o my asoclati i
in business, who assume its liabilities, and to whom pay
ment must be made. In retiring I beg to return my sin
cere acknowledgments to my friends for their support
during mv connection with the above house, and would
now bespeak a continuance of ths same to my formtr
partners and successors in business.
B. D. NABBRS,
THE subscribers beg leave to annoui ce to their friends
and the public that Mr. R. B. Bone, of Hickory Wythe,
Tenn.. becomes a pittner in their bouse this day. The
Groc ry and Commission bu lness will be continued by
them under the style and firm of GOODLETT, BONE
CO.. at th'ir old stand. No 47 Front Row, they anum
lnz the liabilities and entire control of tbe hause ot
Goodlett, Nabers &. Co. They hop by strict attention to
business to merit i further kind patronage, heretofore so
liberally extended to them. B. H. 4iOOULKTT,
MEMntlS April 15, 1357. W.W.MILAM.
CHARLES N. ERICH,
FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES,
32S ItTAIN-S'A'., WEST SIDE,
(SOUTH OF UNION STREET,)
HAS Just received a large assortment of EUROPEAN
LUXURIES, such as Prussian Geese Breasts, Bruns
wick Sausages, Eel tn Gelce, Pates it Foiet d'OUs, it
Canard, it Seeastet en Trvffe, Green Vegetables, con
sisting ot Asparagus, Beans, peas, etc.; Anjovlsb, Hol
land Herrings, Llmburg and Sap Sago Cheese, French
Chocolate, German Prunes, Rhenish, Hungarian Mosel
and French WINES, Cove Oysters, Lobsters, Sardines.
Sauces, Pickles, etc.. and general assortme-it of FANCT
and FAMILY GROCERI.S.
Many of tbe above articles are for the first time Im
ported Into the United States, and can be had In Mem
phis ONLT of CHAS N.ERICH.
TENTT-FIVE Piano Fortes, Just received and for sale
very low at McKINNET & C0.'8-
TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF
JAMES MILLSON, formerly of CincIn-QuB
ralL Ohio, would respectfully announce to
the dtlxens ef Memphis that he has oper,ed3L
a BLEACHING and PRESSING Establishment on Union
atreet, near DeSoto, where Bonnets, Flats, Glpsey- and
Gents' Hats will be done in the best style for those whe
favor him with their patrons re Also, Bonnets dyed and
pressed for tores, at low prices.
Please give mm a can, on union street, nrar Desoto.
100 Barrels Flour.
VARIOUS brands, from the best Extra to Superfine,
far sals by B. MERRILL, -
ocas Main iireei.
WE respectfully call your attention to our extensive
stock of Hardware, Cutlery, Gnus, French Window
I Glass. Nails. Castings. Metals, and all other articles In
our line suited to the trade of this section of country
www aas iiuii ar.vu iiuwi ku uj tu yti ct, t a
Europe, or selected from the best factories in America by
our partner retldent in the East.
JOB rwut auoiuon or anoiner stor to our premises,
iraOLESLL SAMPLE ROOZt,
entirely disconnected from the retail branch of our trade.
and we feel assured thst Merchants will consult their own
Interest by looklog Into this room and making their se
lections. None but good and punctual men need apply.
umesa accsnipauieq wun u casn.
LOWNES, ORGILL it CO ,
13 and It Front Row.
Jan New Tork Office. 41 Piatt street.
Chinese Susar Cane and Prolific Pea.
StHINESE SUGAR CANE Thla moat valuable nlant
J will arrive at perfection, and fully rioen lta aeed. If
planted any time befu.e the middle of June. We have,
on sale, genuine seed, from D. Redinend, editor of tha
ALSO, tha new Chinese Prolific Pea. th. mast nroduc-
tlv v.rl.tv Inn.n X. I r. . . V. . 1 - . .
- ... -j - -- - " . . .. v, ' . C vci ute u.
If sent per mail, pre-paid. $1 S3. Circulars furnished
gratis. Address, with plain directions for mailing or
auippws, 1AJW.M2J, UKQILL tL CO.,
apt! daw Memphis, Tenn.
Three Thousand Kecs Nails.
T)T recent heavy additions to our stock, we have now
Xt cn nana ov r Tnree Thousand ktga Boston and ether
warranted b'audsot assorted Nails and Spikes, which
we offer to the trsae, in regularly aaaorted lots, at ex
ceedingly iow rates zor casn.
LOWNES. ORGILL CO.,
apl2-daw 13 aad U Front Row.
Sheet an Hoop Iron.
O Pi A BUNDLE3 Sheds, aisorled. No 12 to 26 ;
U U SCO boodles Hoorrt asVted, to 2 inches wide.
LOWNES, ORGILL it CO.,
apl2 daw 13 and 11 Front Row.
New Corn and Cub Crusher.
WE now hire the most efficient
Crusher, for leas money, than has
ever before been offered In aiy
market. It will make M.al and
namlny, and crush the Corn and
Cob perfectly, and has taken the
premium In every ooatest.
LOWNES, ORGILL h. CO.,
13 aad 11 Frsnt Row.
SUPERIOR FISHING TACKLE!
f ENTLKMEN who desire to provide themselves with
VjT a good outfit for
Are invited to call and select from our new and rare
atcck, the following articles of the ch lcest styles and
walking lane iioas, asymea patterns ,
French Rods, 3, -t and S j.lnts ;
English Rods. 3, 1 and 5 joint-:
Artifi-ial File. Minnows, Mace, and every other
variety or Artificial Bait ;
German Silver ani Brass Reels, Snell Books ;
Sandwich Boxes and Dram. Flasks ;
Lines of Silk, Linen, Sea Grass and Cotton.
ALSO, a complete stock, comprising every site of
Hulyoake's Superior Catt Steel, Limerick, Cheuertown,
Virginia, Karrjy ana Carlisle
pish: uoobzs :
LOWNE4, ORGILL CO ,
mar27 13 and 14 Front Row. Memphis, Tenn.
TUST Received, heavy shipments of Ploughs, embracing
O various sizes or "Livingston County," amongst which
are several hundred of the celebrated No. II. Also Double
Mould-board. Sub-soil, niH-siJe, Harrows. Cultivators,
and an endless variety ot and necessary Agricultural and
Horticultural Implements for particulars of which, see
our Illustrated Catalogue, furnished grant at our store.
LOWNES, UKQILL & CO.,
Janl 13 and 14 Front Row.
Fire - Proof Safes
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS ! 1
A Tthe great flra which broke out la Warren and Murray
t. street s,.New Tork, 9th November last, wheie prop-
erty to the amount ot
600,000 1 !
was destroyed, several of these Safe's were tested with
results similar to the following :
New York. Not. li. isoa.
Mr. Editor : In the fire at Xo. 39 Warren-street, on
the morning of the 9th Inst., our most valuable books aud
Daoers were exposed for 3S hours in one of Stearns &
Marvin's Fire-Proof Safes.
We sav fire uroot. not became they are so labeled, but
because we have so proved them. Our books and papers
came out unlnj urvd, save the binding ot the books, occa
aloned bv steam.
Our store was five atones above ground, ana iwo sv
rlesbetow. occupied from cellar to garret. The miensuy
ot the heat can be attested by any fireman who witnessed
No furnace could be contrived by the Ingenuity ot man
to create a more intense beat. We voluntarily give this
tribute to tbe value of these Safes, and select your widely
circulated comm.rIal journal to inform the mercantile
community what estimate to place upon Stearns a. Mar
vin's Wilder Patent Salamander Safes.
HAVILAND, BARREL k RISLEY,
In this connexion the Manufacturers write us: "Wehave
made these Safes over It yea s have sold over 9.500
Had 21S tested In accidental fires in the United states ana
Canada, and never yet had a customer to lose a dollar by
fire from one of them. We think ihy haveeamed a high
reputation, as they are readily sold here In preference to
other Safe's at 25 to 60 per cent, less price." A full stock
kept constantly n band by
LOWNES. ORGILL & CO.
Agents for Stearns k Marvin.
KAN A WAY frem the sabscriber, at Bowie's fJL
Point, Tunica county. Miss., three negro men, Xr
TOM. black, aged abont 23 years, about five
feet eleven Inches high, thkk nnder Up, and rather slow
ot speech, weighs about 175 pounds.
GEORGE, black, aged about 21 years, about six fret
high, wej 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 alight
defect in his walk as ir bis re-i were sore.
If taken out ef the State, and lodged in Jail at Mem.
phis, I will pay the above reward. It within the Sla.e,
and secured so I get thtm, fifty dollars
E. W. DALX,
maris dawtf Bowie's Point, Tanlea c-unty. Miss.
C. K. HO 1ST & SON,
ff-hTllTi1Wiwfl,!sjf. ii"i MfflOriW Xfl
Maln-st., Old Stand, "First Door below Monrce,
(Tht oldest permanent ttand in tht L'ttt,)
HAVE constantly on hand all sites of Patent M.'lall
Burial Cases, which they line and put up alMrvhl,
in the best manner Also, all kinds of Wood an " Ofctt
Coveiod Coffins, which tbey sell at a fair price.
Orders from the courtry promptly attended to. Fur
niture made and repaired, and Upholstering done,
A GREAT SPECULATION!
PEARL 0RK UPON GLASS.
"VTOTICE is hereby given to all whom it may concern,
JJN that'the endersigued Is tbe Patentee, having tbe ex
elusive and sole right to manufacture and vend SHAW'S
PATENT PEARL WORK, being an eutirely new and
beautiful mode of ornamenting glass In lml'atlon ot pear
wjrk, by an original design and proccsr, imparting a
brilliant, variegated appearance to the surface of the
Glass. It Is admirably adapted to lettering upon signs,
show cards, tc , 5lc , being impervious to water, duraUe
and lasting, and cheaper ia execution than ordinary pain
ting, and can be learnt In one hour.
Any Infringement upon my patent will b prosecuted
to theextrnt of the law. Persons who desire to purcha-e
State or County Rizhts, either In Tennessee, Arkansas ur
Mlsisslppl, can apply to J. M. SHAW & CO.. corner of
Bank Avenue and Madison street, Memphis, Tenn., whj
are fully authorlzM to act for me.
JEROME B. SnAW,
apl-lm New Tork City.
CASES Fancy Prints, new atyles, on band and for
sale by JAM El LOW & CO..
mar31 " 41S Main streets, Louisville, Ky.
n n CASES Fancy Lawns, on hand for sale by
1UU JAMES LOW tc CO..
mar3t . 4IS Main street, Louisville, Ky.
-i r BALES printed French Jaconetts,' very handsome
ID styles, on hand and tor sale by
JAMES LOW & CO.,
marSl 418 Main street, Louisville. Ky.
3 CASES Crepe D'kspagne, assorted colors ;
1 case Satin Striped and Chilli;
I caselPlgurcd aud Chain ; on band aud for sale by
JAMES LOW ts CO..
mar3t 418 Main street, Louisville, Ky.
rr CASXS It DeBege, 10 cases 4-lDeBege.onhsndand
for sale by
JAMES LOW tc CO ,
41S Main street, LoulsvlL'e. Ky.
CASES Bleached Cottons, on hand and sor sale by
JAMES LOW tc CO..
mar3t 418 Main street. Louisville, Ky.
Striped Osnnlmrgs !
ey r BALES Striped Osnaburgs, on hand and for sale by
Id JAMES LOW & CO..
mar3I 413 Main stmt, Louisville, Ky.
jLiueu Pant Stuffs!
rn CASES Plain and Twilled Linen Pant Stuffs, on hand
OU and tor sale by
JAMES LOW fc. CO.,
413 Main street. Louisville, Ky.
Sea Inland Brown Cotton!
inn BALES Sea Island Brown Cotton, on baud and foi
1IJU sale 1 JAME3 LOW tc CO..
mar3I 418 Main street, Louisville. Ky.
mnn DOZEN Hose and Half Uos. en hand and for
OUUU saleby JAMES LOW h. CO .
mar3l 418 Main street, Louisville, Ky.
CASKS Booth tc Sedgwick's London Cordial
Gin, by H. H. POTTER. Mais street.
Third door North Worshaia House.
MIICE PEES !
FRESH and hot MINCE PIES are U be had ejrery day
at -r-rM-"l--t'fii. cn Madison street, and
families serftd regularly, on th. shortest notice, with a
r- Parties furnished with Cakes, Confections, Wlneg
tec, on the shortest notice, and In BPECHT'S usual good
style. Give him call. nov57-dtf
pchs anil SSafitfittrj.
Rooks for Everr Library.
"DENTON'S Abridgement of tbo Debates ot Congress;
JJ Beaton's Thirty Tears in me united states senate,
Private Correspondence of Daniel Webster, two vols.;
Webster's W.rks, 6 vols.;
John 0. Calhoun's Works, 6 vols.;
Kane's Arctic Explorations, two vols.;
Catlin's North American Indians, 2 vols.;
CamptU'a Lives ot the Lord Chancellors, t vols.;
Campbell's Lives or the Chief Justices, 2 vols ;
Miss Strickland's Lives of the Queens of England, 6 vols.;
Bancroft's History of .he united states, a vols.;
The British Essayists. 3 vols ;
Duycilnck s Cyclopedia of American Literature, 2 vols ;
Irving's Life or waBingion, a voia.;
SDark's American Biography. 15 vols ;
Selections for Sabbath Reading. For ssle ty
apI2 CLKAYK3 It OPIOM.
THEODOSIA ERNEST, Volume 1 ; Or, Ten Days' Tra
vel In Search of the Church.
Th Giant Kins r; ur, Tne came wnxa au Must
Seampavlas from uioei xartr to slamDoui. oy ueut.
Fifty Tears In Both Hemispheres ; Or. Reminiscences
of the Life ot a Former Merchant, by Vincent Nolte, late
of New Orleans.
Chambers' History of the Russian War. IhiS-'IS. with
Maps, Plans ana wooa engravings
Curtis' worts, a vols., emuracing Nile Notes, itowacni
in syrta, roupnar rapers, ana rrne ana i.
Calllns' Norm American Indians, : vols.
Charles Lamb's Worts, 4 vols.
Hord's Works, I vols. For sale by
ap5 CLEAVES &. GUION.
Webster's Private Correspondence,
WITH Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences,
containing alio a Biographical notice ot Eiekiel
Webster. Two vols., 8vo.
A new Life ot Summerfield, by William W. WUiett ;
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee. in two volume;
The Miser, Ristetlcketack. and the Pcor Geutb man ;
Three Tales la one volume by Hendrick Conon science ;
Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow complete tn two
The Castaways ; or, th. Adventures of a Family the
WBds of Afr tea. Illustrated:
The Play-Day Book, New Stories for Little Folks, by Fan
Chanticleer, A Thanksgiving Story ot the Feahody Fami
ly, by Cornelius Mathews, with iuustratiotu, By
Our Grandmother's Stories, and Aunt Kate's Fireside
Memories. Just received and for sale by
lanSf-daw CLEAVES fc GUION.
LIST OF LATE PURLICATIONS
roa saix Br
Cleaves &V Ctuion.
fTIHE Artist's Bride; or, Tho Pawnbroker'! Heir, by
X Em'rson Bennett, author of " Prairie Flower, " &c
Old Haun. the Pawnbroker ; or. The Orphan's Ls gaey J
A Tale of New York. Founded on Facts ;
Inquire Within for Anything You Want to Know; or.
over Three mousana ana sevtn aonm iku
worth knowlnz :
The Golden Legacy: A Stoty of Life's Phases, pro
nounced to be oa. of the best novels written oy a
ATh-ee-foldTestot Modem Spiritualism; by WUUam
R Gordon. D. D.:
Sllv.rwood; A Book of Memories;
Kathle Brande: A Fireside nistorv ot a Quiet life;
The Poetical Works of Horace Smith and James Smith ;
authors of tha "Rejected Addresses," with Por
traits aad Biographical Sketch ; .edited ay xpes sar-
Parlor Dramas ; or. Dramatic Scenes for Homo Amuse
ments ; by WD. B. Powie.
maris BLEAVES & GUION.
FEW conies of "WASHINGTON CROSSING THE
DELAWARE " Fainted by E. Leutze, and engraved
A large assortment of Freeh Lithographs and Steel
Engravings, suitable for Grecian Paintl- g, well worthy
the attention of Teachers; those wishing, would do well
to call early and make selections.
Benton's Abridgement of the Debates Is Congress frcm
1789 to 1796. bound In muslin or law sheep.
Dsycklnk's Cyclopedia ot American Literature, la two
Fine 16mo. Pocket edition of Longfellow's Poems.
of Tennyson's "
For sale by CLEAVES & GUION
TWO HUNDRED bbls Ha-rlcn and Ohio Flour
75 bb s. and half bbls. Harris' Ale;
CO casks quait and pint London Porter;
50 gross Garrett Snuff paper and bottle ;
75 doxen Cove Oysters ;
2X1 boxes Star Candles. 60 dozen Brooms ;
I0O dozen Hosietter's Bltt rs ;
25 casks Bacon, Sides, Hams and Shoulders ;
75 bbls. Mackerel, 60 kits ;
150 bbls. Dexter tc Tlcken Whisky;
60 colls MinilLs Rope, all slzea ;
25 boxes Soda. 24 bbls. Px-NIc Cracker ;
100 M Cigars, 60 boxes Smoking Tobacco;
75 boxes Tirgii'la Tobacco
ALSO. Sugar. Coffee. Mola-ses.Tea. Oranges. Lemons,
Figs, Raisins, Almonds, Peraas. English Walnuts, Fil
berts, Pickles, Sardines, tic , for sale by
J. F FRANK,
anil No. 35 Front Row.
TiT virtue of a treat deed executed by Abram Bhx
rj me aa Trustee, on the 12th day of September. 1SS,
on the following piece, parcel or lot of ground situated,
lying aid being in the city ef Memphis, (formerly partly
In South Memphl- and Butl-i 's addition) Shelby canty.
Tennes.ee. and bounded and uescriord as follows, to wii :
Begins lng at a stake on the eait side ot Main street, one
hundred and twelve and a half feet northward from the
northeast corner of Main and Elliott streets ; thence with
tbe east sldeof Main street In a northward direction 54
fet and one Inch to an alley to a stake; theses tooth
wardly with the west side of said a'ley forty-three feet
nine Inches to a stake; tbenoj north 76 J" wi, one nun
dred and sixty-two feet to Main atreet, the b ginning cor
ner, aa will fulli appear ironi said deed r uiy registered in
tbe Register's office ot Shelby county, aforesaid, on the
25th dav of September. IS56. in Book No. 2o pages sx.
535 and 537 ; the oblect aud urpose of said deed being to
secure th' pr.mpt and punctual payment of certain notes
therein specified, and the earl notes being due and unpaid;
now in consideration ot the power and authority In me
vested, and ths non-payment if said notes so secured, I
will nroceed to sell said lot to the highest bidder for cash.
In frunt of the Post Office In the city of Memphis on the
8th dav of Mar. 1857
Redemption expressly waived by saM Trust. The title
ls deemed perfect. I convey as Trustee only.
ap5-ld R- K- TURN AGE, Trustee.
TRU. TEE'S SALE.
XN oursuanceof a De" of Truat executtd to me by R
J. V. Richardson, for 'he benefit of C. D. McLean, dated
the I3th day of txcemoer, it a, am uuiy recoruea in ine
Register's office of tbe county ot snei&yanu state cr
Tennessee, I will proceed lo e l for cash, at pub lc sa'e,
at my Auc'lon Room, at ! o'c ock, on TUESDAT, the 7th
iayof ApiU, 1857. the following described property, and
known and described la C. ! McLean's sub-division a
lots No. 9. 10, II, 12, 15 and 16, and bounded as follows :
Beginning at the intersect on ut th-east side of McLean's
Ayenuewlth taeetntreof the Memphis andGermsntorn
Plankroad. the n.rthwest c-rner of lot No. 9; ther.tr
eastwarsly with the centre cr tald Plankroad eight hm -dred
teet (800 feet) to the northeast corner ot lot No. 12;
thence southwardly a para'irl line with McLean's Ave
nue tight hundred and seventy-two fett to the north side
of an avmne forty feet wkle ; thence westwardiy with
the noith side ot said avenue four hundred feet t- the
southwest corner ot lot No. 15; thence northwardly on
the dividing line between lot. No 14 and 15 ani paraM
with Mclean's Avenue four hunJr d and ihiny-slx feel
to the xurthwest corner of l-t No. 15 ; thence westwardiy
aparalltl wllh the cent le of ih-PUnkroad .fo-esald feur
hunderd feet (400 itetl to the southwest coiner of lot Ne
nine (No. 9) on the cart sk e of Mcbaa's Aven.e four
hurantlana imrlf-lll irei ijo ieij w ine ursiannti
twelve acres. (12 acres: mure or k-s.
Th. title to the aborepr.n rty l believed to be good.
but I will onlr convey sucb .itle as ia voted In me as
Trustee All rlsht of redemption Is expressly waived oy
(he terms of the Deed of Trail
marts-tds G. B. LOCKE, Trustee,
"QURSUANT to a Deed of Trust, nude ami entered Into
JL on the lotn uay el jreornary. a d 1 oo, oy nomas
J. Cogswell and Anna M. CSwell bis nlfr, when In I
am appointed Trustee, for certain p'pu la said derd
set forth, I will proceed to sell at I ub lc aactl n rr ca-h.
In front of G. B. Locke'a ai ction t- r.. on Main rtreet.
In the city of Memphis, Tenus.e uu FK1D.VT tbe 1st
day of May, 1S57, to the hlg test bid er 'ur rash, the fol
lowing described piece or ricrl or gr. n-d, i,ltr. being
and situate In th. city ot Memphis ani State of Tennts
see. tc-wlt: Said lot or parcel ot bt .uimI I kBwn and
designated as the lot ot groennd-rd d to P.rr. T.ykrH
Roblnsm by W. L. Vance aod b nn.1 -d a fe.fi.ws vix :
Beritnlng.at a stake on the naitb l!ef B-al street,
about sixty feet eaat of the eastern h.i,k ,f Bayoi Gay
013, thence eastwardly with the n rth r 'rot B-al'treet
thirty feet to a ataie;-tbenre northwardly at right angl'S
wl.h Beat street one hundred and fine fet tu an alley;
thence westwardiy with sal l all y thirty fet to a stake,
and then southwardly to the b-gimeine brlrg auuth
wst corner of Block No. 61 of the s u h it- mpbls sub
division. I will convey said property tn the purchaser in
as full and complete a manner as I can a T utee, and
not in any other way. U COURSE,
Clerk's Sale of Valuable City
Fraxer Tltui, Louisa V. Nelson"! ,.
and Stlth M Nelson, minors. I V ii
Parte rvtltl-in to
Real Estate for
friend J. M. Provlne. I
PURSUANT to a Decree of the Circuit Court of Shelby
county, rendered at the S ptemtx r Term, 1S15, la the
above cans, I will, on
SATURDAT, THE In orr Mat, 1S57,
on the premises, tn the el'y of Memphl., proceed to sell
to the highest bidder, a valuable Lot ot Giound, being
part ot Lots 136. 137 and 133. fronting 34 feei IK Inches
on Exchange Square, and rminlng bark east 143K feet to
Main street. In the city cf Mrar.hU, cenn'y of Shelby
and State of Trnnsee.
Trails OF Sai One third caih; baltnce on a
credit of one and two yeara Intqnal insta'menta. Pur
chaser to execute bond scurliyfir the ucpaU purchase
money, ani a Hen will te retained oa the Lot untU final
psymeat is made.
Nevertheless, ssid Lot will b ofiertd at private sale
upon the above terms, until the above tlme.when.lt a
suitable purchaser ls not found, sail Lot will be sold as
aforesaid. For I articular, call on Fraxer Titus, J. M.
Provlne. or me.
mar2S-t4s M D I- 37EWART. CTerk. &.C
PIANO PORTE. PLTBNITUBE,
Carpet aad Curtaia Reeas.
PIANOS of A. A. Galea
Itc Co.. Lighte. Newton &t
I Bradbury; B.uwooa. Ma-1
1 hogany and Walnut Parlor -
and Bed Room Furniture. Sofas. Divans. Bureaus, Ward
robes, Secretaries, Cottage Ma ble Top Bed Room Suits,
and a large assortment or Common Furniture.
Spring, Hair, Moss, Cwttun and Shuck Mattresses made
to order. Oil Carpeting, f om th-ee, tn eighteen feet
wide ; Tapestry. Brass la and Common Carptts. Trans
parent Shades and Curtains. Carpets, Certains and Cc
nlces, msde by an expsrlenwd Upholsterer. Looking
Glass and Picture Fram tn de to ordr Pianos tuund,
and all kinds of Musical Instruments repaired by expe
rienced workmen. H. M GR03TENOR,
Main street, tet ween Madison and Monroe.
3R.0EJ IVT O
NEW DRUG STORE.
WK take pleasure la Informing the dtlxens of
Memphis and the public generally that we have re
moved our stock ot Drugs to the corner of Main and
Union streets, and will take pleasur. in accommo
dating all who may favor us with a call.
We are also la receipt ot a full supply of fresh and gen
uine" Drugs, Chemicals, Faints, Oils, Perfumery," Xe.
Particular attention paU to filling of Frescrlptioiu at
all hours ot day and night. '
decll-tf B. JOrXEB k CO.
South. American Fever & Ague
Is a Cheap, Safe and Permanent Carr,
AXD IS ALSO A PKEVEX'TIVE
OF THS VARIOUS FORMS OF
Bilious and Intermittent Fevers.
PBICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
THIS preparation contalna na ArstMct Mtmug,
and will not, like tho ssasy coapmds Bow sreuu.
mended far Bilious or other Fevers, Seive the H" i
a condition more to be dreaded than the dteooM; hwi r a
grat merit ts In rts Casattv. PrevesHw and ItatSira
ttve properties, and is atp4ed to aH ages m
tlons ot the system.
AeariyaU tbe articles warn. etK MM M isms :-
tlon are tf themselves, stag y. reniasTiat agesto lu It
cuNof BiUms and Inteiislttent Fema.
As a prevmtve, lots Mediciae ib.ua be we r,-n
valescents. Travelers, Emigrants, and others, taelf i b
Summer and FaH meatks, wmea maiaram im ie
A Treatise t-yG. A LEON AKD. New Tsk, m b
disease, with 7ntinMBil aad OttisseaWs ot am. K"
tecUd,canbe nWtamed grata 11 iy, at aat th a- s
wbere me meamrie as Mas.
The foBowinz alausaeni ut ike It v. B. M. Fw. r B-
perinteBdest .t the Fire Pots. Howae of Id.ilr mi
given betow, it .ae nac .peaxs vonsaes as ism vwka
We prepertLs kn. ry
Mr. G A L'O.vabd Sir: 1 tok.a :fcaskitr.. -mltUng
to you the followiag tacts, la irt.lssss a
perfected by the nse of yar S. A. Fever aad Asw II ni
dj, up-n one of to lBBUte t the Bowse of ia 1 1 j
John Touags. who haa bem saswrikg rraai tka cm i
fever daring th past Uvea tsn, was m N.iisssai r an
attacki d. and the paroxyass. wore aa seres a. an t
ever knew ; almost sastaBt roikf was expsismo 4
gvlsg tbe first cee; oa tbe apeeted day of ntai'
was administered, and it aad the kapay Mgect W in' r
ruptlng the paroxysBM. State then evory vastsat st ' tic -.
d seas has left him, aad he baa reoavwd I sa riu r
wont.d appearance aad health. Tnay yaara, Xc.
New TOBC, Jan. 25, 1S53. L. M. PEA9K.
G. A. LX05ARD. Esq Dear 9fr: Havkag si ft - I
from severe attack, or Fever aa A gae, I had aearti le
spalredof flodtag say r Iie4, othw aaaa a twnp.rai ? e
But whUelabortas under a severe attack, ilws.,r ;
ed to try your remedy, aad, un' ike othor remtaVs 1 ii. t
nsed. It ha provtd a proapt aad praiania aarv a I
have never before gooe sa ksue wisbaai havsag a r a. a . f
thecacoplaiat, aad caa reeommead the S A. IVvfi k. i
Ague Remedy as a valaaase aaefartste 'gmt.al ,r. :
thedleas. ROBT F. PHiLPtT.
New Tone, Dec. 1, 1866 Or. WaM aad Wat.i-. .
Mr. A. F. Ster rag, at tats erty, has coaseated t.. ide
publication of the folfciwins facts, aver M. alsax' u '
concerning a care perfected by the as. f thas rew. y
which facta are corroborated by the Rev. L. M P .
who was acquainted wtth ail ta cticaaisUaew.
Ms, G. A. Lxoabd DarSir : leadata 4 i '
I heard ef a poor bat cfoesviag Gevaaaa, aa Matter t
street, who wa. saffertag fram a severe attarkt eh.! 5
and fever, contracted rathe low graasds. Mar N war..
'N.J. I gave him one bottle at yar Sewtb Asser .aa
Fever and Ague Remedy, asdit aoarae me .."'
say that the dtsesse has been broken ae by its a., ai J a
permanent cure effected. Traty jaars,
NEWTOBs:,Nav.5,tf. A. P StBRlI.V.J
I aa acquainted with the facts set tlth ta tar t" -certificate,
aad can witness to the trati ef ta s
Dents therein contained. L. M. PRASat.
Sep't Five Paints Haase at ladaat: .
The foHewlng Orttficatea at Fredk L Bertie u!
Henry M.ler, are among taose pecaHar casea sa wh. '
permanent arse can be effected, aatwytaiitaasl ag ! 1
contlnned exposure ta prsdUaesiag ea.se.. Attar ibi
the cures were perfected, taey wet aaaaged an tae t r
Icat Works ef Messrs. Cbas. PSser tc Ce , cf taas .
After having beer t re Bated with Fever aad A
nearly a whole raesth, aad swaMowed Ms at QsaaiB
acquaintance ef mine reeommeBded me te try a auti .
what is eaHrd thaSooth Amerieaa Fever and Av"-i -,
edy, and sure eaoagh U worked like a cktarar. li ..
only one day. and that was the last I saw at th tn r
It Is with great preasare that I state this fact for ,
benefit of all whom it may ca ra, aad wtth ne- ' 7
the same success la mastering thla di'traahag disa-,-.
which U likely enough. If they win Mtew my eo ne
FRBD'K L. HEKTLR.
August, 1355. 41WWape-st,B.ki..:i
I have had the Fever and Ague far several w I
which kept me at borne, HaaMe to wark. I tried a n .
ber of prescriptions, witbeat lading aay retief. in wr
factory boss seat me a battle ef -tbe Sooth A atetica -ver
and Ague R. asedr. which I have awd, aad after - - ;
day found myself entiiely cared. I have bad a at a x
slae that time, now fsartara moaths, aad rel rr t
confidence In this varaaMe nwdaHns. ta wMck 1 my
recovery. HENRT MB1RK.
Sept. 20, 1855. 9C McKltoee-tt., WUUamaau
The certificates of Mr. J. G UaderMM, Braav -t f
Jamaica. N. T., aad these received tareaak haav wl" be
read with mach lnlweai, aet ealy Iresa tae e.y r. t -able
character of the parties, bat that the aarahrtn was
used noder very unfavorable rtrcaatstaaets, aet a'v
when other rera-Jres bad beec ased wilheat saver 9
Mr. G. A. Leosarb. N. T Dttr Sir: lacaa; d .
wilt find some eertiScates ef the good efleets af yar-r) .i -iclne
in this rlace. It give. s.tMartlaa te ev 1; ,
that has usM It. and tae sale win htcreaae as it be. . 1.
known. Itaketh respoBeiaimy te warraat it a, .
Stephen Hrnderson. ot this ptaoe, seat a eats w 1 a
wife's sitter, with like goad reaaHs as waea aeu . y
himself awl wire. Mr H. Is aa oW na, a very re-c . -table
cH lien of thla place, and is wen knewa.
Tiuly years, tic , JAS. G. UNBERH
Jamaica, N. T-, Sept-23, 1865.
We, the anderiicn- d, hare used tbe 3. X Rarl r
Fever aad Ague aad latermittiag Fever, aad
has made a perfect care f earselvea aad Israelii . 11 I
with much ptoatare rrcemsiead it te the aaaaVc a a .,'
and cheap medicine.
ELBERT CONKLIN, WM. JOHNSON,"
CHARLBSJ GALE, WM. BKNXBIT.
JAMAirA, N. T., Sept-27, 186.
MR. J. G Uxdebhiix. Drazctst, &e Bear 5'r - I
have used the Seath AnrntcaaReaaedy, sebfsasyrv. v
mended by jon, both fer myseit aad wife, aad ne ha e '
been cur d. I brriev 1 is the best mediate, r , 1 e
chills aad terer oat. I sheaM set hav used it if
did net warraBt a care, bet new I am sails aid 11 a
yoa reoammeaded it te be. Tears, meeettatir,
JAMAICA. N. r.,3ert 27, IMC.
Jamaica, N. T., Maris,
Mr G. A. LE8XABD Dear Sir; My aiiin, a 1
lady, was afilieted wi'h tee tail's aad fever vety a.d , i-1
summer, and havlBZ heard jour atiiiicina Air big r u
mended. he was induced te try it ; altex talhag on ' 1
a htlf bottles, she was perfectly cared, aad I aei f,
recemmeBd it as a safe aad tare care
Respecttally, vears. G. N. COeYW l! F
More certificate. mMtht be adoVd to swell tl 11 I vi',
a d'llcacy on the part of raaay te have their aaaii ..it a r
In print, preveafct a pabHcatrsa .f taeai Tae a vt
however, are t efficient evideaces te esttalaia th- ,;
that this remedy ts witbeat aa equal fer the per nan- i.t
cure of theFeterand Agae.
A supply of tht above Medicioe oa htad sad fere.'. Iir
WARD St JONK3
aptS-6m WhJesaVe Ageate fer Mimj l.i-
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AWARDED 911T OCTOBER,
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Kentucky, It has never In a single Instance been .. -n
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u.'a or King'. E-vB, Af
fections of the Bones, Syphilis,
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last, Pulmonary Diseases, Liver Gesapraiev
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Diseased Kidneys, and aa a great and pow
erful T.nic, parlfylsg the Bfcod,
and lnvlgaraHBg tho
This medicine, thwigh prepsreil at great nprs-. ls
nevertheless within the reach of poor aa weH at- rtcf. sad
looked upon by the community as th greatest Uu-L3
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Dr. T. A. HUR LET'S Manufactory, corner of oth
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must be addressed.
For tale by K. F. FARN3 TORTH tc CO., and Cr. V
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.Chronic Affection where an alterative medicine 1 .-required.
For Eruptions on the Skla, OW Ulcers, 1 v
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petttor among the. nostrums ot the day. As a V eja
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X3T For sale only by CHANDLER X CO ,
aepe-dawly Druggists and Apothecari-.
Odd FeBowa' Hall Block. Mea -'.
SOME FORTY OR FIFTX At'CI.J
MATED COTTOX XEGROES
FROM the State of Georgia. ceasistiBe rtt
raen, women, beys aad girls. Among lb-
are time very uxeiy lamuiet. in a few
days we Intend to concentrate our purehasf
from Kentucky and Virginia to this -point, and l- aa
buyers of this country an opportunity of Invention - r
maneylngood Negroes. Gtvens a call before m.lir.j
mar23-3m BOLTON. DICKINS X ill
THE undersigned have opened a Oarrtaga. Faetvt ,,n
Second street, between Washlsgton aad ,4i , j
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and K -pair
Carriages at the shortest notice. AH work done ,y
them will be guarantied, and a share ot public-patreo, ge
JanJ-lv L S. BURR .V rn
I HAVE Just received tome of lhoe ele
gant FRENCH BOURDOIR FIANiXS,
from the celebrated Plane Faetwy t
"ERABD," at Paris and Leaden, and r-
fer them for sale. I keep those spiendfil little OHG.1N3.
.called Seraphlne, with from ten to thirteen stea airi I
u.iaiesi impronm'ms. xnese are knewn to be tat- b-t
Instruments for Churches, Lodges and !ehool Rooan a a
Instrumefti sold be me a., warranted f.r fire yan.
tj-Tuning and Repairing of Planes, VluHns, Orrn
Melodeons, etc. etc, done-la a w itkmanHks maanrt at
X3T I do not preteud.to tlyclesuiu on any, namhe ari4
Tariety ef Instruments." ' ' , , . .
lu Main ilreet,
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