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THE K'Eoee oa Shrtfcr ttrtt flrt oae be
low Beal street, on the west tide of sbtey itreet
where W Bawlet now resides. Pottesslen
given loth ttrtt. AMljt
Residence for Kent.
te cfr-r 'for Kent the large ix5 fejlrable
DwrtllBg Home reMtlycceopled by S Fewlkes,
tttatud ob Alamo sweet, a tew dtitt below
Tfcml There are connected with It, l gooa
Mxn, a kitchen, sttsb.e and .pacttss garden. Msses
,loc given lmineJtattif . Apply to
6 TOWtXES, MOUNT fc CO.,
tj(42k Jefferson street.
--' ISO Acres of L.aiiI.
PART the Otren Tract, situated on the Fit-fen
suit Plan raid, four mH8 from thectty, for ssle.
W.tli.xain If raid Ids body. The tract li partly
-AsaStfrteaHfay r, right roood. G B. LOCKH,
ajl-lf Auctioneer rai Real Eetato Brewer
DESIGNIN310 Improie another lot Imme
diately, I will tell ray present rriMence to a
nil ttaDCteal pnrrhaser on good term It comprises
'L m. n . I. eanforlablv improved. ariaunaues-
titaa y on ef the most beaatifal and most healthy sites
U the vicinity of Memphis. ,
aHt tf TTM. E. rOSTON.
FOR RENT. l .
A DWEDLING UODSB. on jtaams airrvt.
Bear the intereetic-n of Adam awl TfclM
atreets.i it being the same at present occupied by
James Brder. and adjoining the rettdeae- of the
' -itba wiber. Fostesston given on me i"Kurat.
PAV. M. CCRR1K.
REAIi ESTATE FOR SAL.E.
I HAVB for nice acre, oi nu
natedoa tteMemrhU ana caanesu aiin,
kabost two mile and a half from Court Siaare.
. T!M. desirmc cheap property, oa eaiy ternii.
wtaoonitdt their Interest in applying rarlTta
TnEeonthhalfofLotKo. IS, invito T1H i feet on
Chickasaw itreet, and vanning back 1 M feet. On
thU Lot there Is a smaU cortabrs hoase. The ten
... libera:. Apply te OB LOCV.B,
" ro-lf Anctleneer and Real Estate Broker.
Lots at Private Salt.
IorPZR f er sale, npan easy terms, nnlmproved Lots,
Y-1 is; 196,13S,in,lM, 111, 132. Improved Lots.
1 a Ind 1W betes on the pUa of tabdivis Ion cf Greenlaw
Brraaa. Looaey Jc leele. . Uuaa,
Saarrana, w j AneUoPr lual Estate Broker.
Tlios. Peters' Residence for Sale.
I HATE for sale the Residence and acres of land
VetosgiEgl Thomas Peters K;?., lying on the State
.u.tiin the Memohis and Charleston Railroad, 21
. ,U at MenuAis. at Bray's Station The improve
ments consists of a Jwe ling, tat:t in Gothic Style, J large
.-. ..n vitb dateta. store rooms, se
Xltchen. S wrvacts' rooms, eistern, well, stables aad
barn carriage fcoate, wagoa shed, &c, ks. in short, it
tsoneot the best improved places la Shelby eocnty.all
, aad in perfect ercer. I win sell the improvements
. c. . . , lim! rr a'l tesether. If desire-", I will
sen the stock of akeeai, hogs, and cattle, corn, lodier, oats
and pork, alaaghtered and packed ia the smoke hoase. A
rtn win bo Elves. Apply to Taos, reters. on the
remises, er to G- B- LOCEX,
itcil Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Sal) urban Residence for Sale.
-w- nvpin t.T tttviti ro(td terms, the former Resl-
1 dencc ol C. F. King, Ear, lying on the north fide of
.... ct.tr.Hsa road, a mile and a halt east of the
stty. The tract watains 11 aeres, snd Is improved with
a in resldenca of ttaea rooms, well ana cerimprov-
Aii0. a four acre wooi lot. nearly orpo'lte. This tract
ia wtthin three onaaters of e Be of a good church and
stalsand 14 in oae of the best and healthient nelzhtor
4s la the vicinity or epoi!. r. -o. unuu.,
cotII AnctioBeer and Real EsUte Broker,
THK sabscrlbCTo2rs for sale the tract ef land
i which he now resides, in Hayweod county.
.Tennessee, through which the Memphis and Ohio
.Railroad pases. SaU. tract contains about four
tboatand acres. The improvemenis ratnti uac
frame dwetlias, with ten rooms, negro quarters, gin
Kr.-r. staUe. a See steam and grist mill, good orchards.
aad all the necessary improvements for a large farm, or
e be csavealcatly divided into several small ones. For
health and fertility of soil this pisce is un.nrpaRsed by
ay n thecaantry. For further particulars apply to the
aabscrtber en the preis.
dieawr. TgQS. SHAPARD.
lochs aitlr iafiontriis
MEW & YALTJABLE EOOKS
JTST JtBCEITXJ) BT
LAMB, YOUNG & CO,,
JTo. 259, Main Street. -
TJIOSRAPHICALand ntorlcal Sketchts.byMacantay;
X) Kew Biographies, By aca.ay,
TiTlar'i Travels. 6 sAi.. 12 no.;
lis Ameilcass In Japan : an abrMstmcnt of the gov
ernment narrativi of the V. S. Expedition to Japan
T4r Cniae4ore Penr. by Tomes ;
TJdegs Not Genoraliy Known: a popalar hand-beok cf
Facts, not rtadUy accesslsle in History, LlUrstnre
aal Seteace. eailra oy u. . neiis a new auu r
v.tal aad Patriotic, br G. "S. Catter;
V. tsmsrehats sad his Timet, or Sketches of Fiench Sc-
otety la the 16th Century, y leau u. ieBt,
InTi.lJi Rintsrr or CishUiEtcn. bv WUHms;
fTasbingten la Iemestic life, from origin letter and
biciutMi. br Rlclaid Rash:
The AmicaB Citmea : fcts rights a duties according to
the spirit of the V. 3 States, by Jshn Henry Hop
kins, D. D. L L -Df (A bck of rare merit one
which every mn s hfea read and carefully weigh Its
wise aod patriotic precepts )
Tillas and Cottages, by Taux a new and valuable woe
Iacuire Within for Aaythlr: Worth Knowing: r t r
3700 facts worth knowing ;
ITaaaee th Hero of Scotland, by Reynolds j
JlBCsrcbs Retired from Businers . by Dorsa ;
Eiullee and Frowns, by Ssrah A Weau.
A lirre assortment of MEDICAL BOOK3, and a great
variety of MisceUsneoas Boiks, fr sale at the very lew-
art cash prices. my?
Tlie RicUts and Duties- of tlie
rr i HE Amerkad Citizen. Hif RighU and Datle?, acroril
JL lug to the seirit of the Constitntioa of the United
State ; by Bishop Hcpklas.
Seed-Grain for Thosght and Di'CBi slea, a compHatten;
bv Anna C. Lowed, la two vols.
Kathie Sraade, a Fireside History ef a Quiet Life; by
Holm s Lee. .
Bi firlngo. or New Mexico and Her People : by IT. Tf . H,
Davis, Uts Patted State Attorney.
Tlvla. or The Secret of Powee : by Mis. Ssuthwcrtb
The Golden Legacy, a Story ef Life's Phases ; by a Lady.
XcwBiegrapbies of IDastitaCf Men.
Harser's School Bistorr.
Alv, alarge assortment ef Pamphlets risys.earbraelng
the Modern Standsrd Drsma'. Pi etch's Drama, Spencer's
Boiton Theatre. c., &.c For sale by
apW.daw - CLEAVES GOIOK,
Rooks for Every Library.
"DENTON'S Abridgement of Its Debates of Congress!
Jj Beaton's Thirty Tears is the United States Senste,
Private Correspondence of Dsalel 'Webjter, two volt.!
TTebster's Wtrks. 6 vets.;
John O. Calhoun's Works, C vols.;
Kane's Arctic Explorations, two vols.;
Catlia'a Xenh American Indians. I vets !
Campb B's Lives of the Lord Chancellors, 7 vets. J
CmebeU's Lives of the Chief Justices. 2 ve4s.;
Mlis Strickland's Lives of the Queen, of England. C vols.
Bancroft's History ef .he United States, 0 vols.;
The EriUsh Essayists. S vets :
Diycktnck t Cyclopedia of American Ltterataie, 2 vols.
Irviag's Life ef waagun, s vo.s..
Spark's Am'riein Eioerapfay, 15 vols ;
Sdecttons f er Sabbath Reading. For sale ry
ap!2 CLEAVES H. GUIQ17
fTIHEODOSIA ERNEST, Volume 1 : Or, Tea Days' Tra
I vel ia Search of the Church.
The Giant Killer; Or, The Battle Trhlch All Mast
ScampsTtas from Glbei Tarek t3 Stamboal, by Lleat.
trise. VS. S. X.
Fifty Tears la Bsth Hem'spheres; Or. Remlabcences
ef the Life of a Foraser Merchaat, by Vincent Nelte, late
ef New Orleans.
Chambers' History of the Rnsslan War, 1SM-'5S, with
Mans. Plans and wood BBzrsvings.
Curtis' Works, 5 vats., esBbrsciBg XBe Xoter, Hewadjl
In syru, PotipBar rapers, asa i-rae aas i.
Catlins' North American Indiana, 2 vois.
Charles Lamb's Works, 4 vols.
Hood's Works, 4 vols. For ssle by
apS CLEAVES GCIOIT.
I rEWeBe,of WASHINGTON CROSSING THE
XX DELAWARE " Paialtd by E. Lectie, and engraved
bv Past Glrardet.
A large assortment of French Llthocraphs and Steel
Engtavtegs, soluble for Grecian Faiati .g, weB worthy
the attention of Teachers; these wbbtBg, woaw so wtK
to call tariy asd make aelectieas.
Benton's Abrtdgeaest of the Debates In Congress firm
17S9 Ui I73C. Does, ts BBUto or law sneep.
Vsycklek'sCyctepedte ef American Lileratnre, la two
Pine l6o. Pocket edition of Longfellow's Foemr.
' otTenaTSsn's '
Tor aale by CLEAVES &. GPION.
LIST OF LATE PUBLICATIONS
FOB. CALX BY
Cleaves & Grtiion.
fTTHE Artist's Bride; or. The Pawnbrokepa Heir, by
I r..n- nn.itiithfn' " Prairie Flower. " c
Oid Haaa, the-Pawobroker;or, The Orphan's Lsgacy;
A Tals of NewTork, Founded oa facts ;
Inquire Withia for Anything Toa Want to Know; or.
Over Three Thousand and Seven Ecadred Facts
worth knowing ;
7e.6oMen Legacy; A Stery cf Life's Phases, pro-
t Biaaced to be oat of the best novels written oy
A Th-ee-foWTcit c? Modern Spiritualism; by WlElam
H. coraon,'ii. v.,
.ffUverwood; A Bock of Memirle;
r.thle Brindel A Fireside History of a Quiet Lite:
i Poetical Works et Horace Smith aad James Emits
jathors of tie "Rejected Addreset," with Por.
Valtiaed Biographical Sketch; edited by Epcs at r
' arlor Dramas; or. Dramatic Scenes for Home Amuse
ments ; by fa. . .rewje.
Barl6 CLEAVES fc GUION.
lAimber : dumber:
I HAVB the largest assortment of Lumber on hand!
iave evTroCered, eon sifting la part of Seasoned Cy
rrtti and PepUr, K, 1, 1 X and 3 Inches wide aad dear;
if and 8x10 ; Jolc 2x, 2xS, 2x10 and 2x13 i Seant-
Kci Sxl, 2x5, 3x6, lit, 4x4, anddxSj Veatherboardlng,
Sheeting, Bhlrgles and Walnat Lumber on hand ; also a
targe lot of dressed TeBow Tine Flooring and rough Pop
lar Flooring, Red Cedar Posts of tTl sIki.
Tard oa Eatture, South side of Centre Landldy.
lunlS-ltwawlv M. g COCHRAN.
Sf'LLE MANYERS, Parislenne,
WHO speaks Eng'tih flneatly, wUbxi to give lessons
in the French and Spanish Languages, and.also Is
Vocal Maale. Mil Masvi xs would be glad to attend
schools, cr give private lessons. Milt M. brings .teati
rstelals from the highest pc'ionages In this country,
.signed try President Pierce, Got. Aiken, (S. O..) Senator
Sutler. O. Jefftreen Davis, tc., which ae wUl -bt hap-
' AbBtystJc'f. Bnlkley, Hernando street, next doer to
V late Mayor Carrel I'l retMene, or at the Music Store.
SHIRTS! SHIRTS ! " SHIHTS I
r'ST received a large invoice of Ebirta from the GeWeD,
HW Mtcuf tctoT. Cennedicat, cat ani mase with all
the latest l-provuneats. Gentlemen In search of an
eaiy, neat fitting Shirt will find onr assortment oom
r4ete to select t rem every site, shape and-quanty at o.
5jcffert.lrcl. 1TAKSFIKW & CO
LIKKJf and Silt HandkerchleU, Plain and Fancy B.
GOLD. Ivory. andPerl Headed Ebony, Malarta, Pr
trtdie WocdandHUkoiT rk Walking Case., at
Mt.ai',erMa A. P. MAXSriELD OO.
RECCIVXD. and wilt receive weUy nrlng Spring and
Summer the coolce-t artietea fer Gent, and Tooth.'
ir Urge and pretty compltle, con.Kting
r a ereal vaiiely of
Coats, Pants and Vests, -
Alo, Fornlbug Goodi, Hate, Tmnta. DBMella. ie
To which the attention ef cmUbmk and the pobtieU
TJnlea and Shelby rtmU; Branch
'Stofe Ho. 2. Main itreet. XmpbU.
, lm J AS. C. TTABD.
r? Eaqnirer copy two wrett.
XEiTSFAIKG AND SU3DIER GOODS,
JAS. A- STEEETT & CO.,
NO 119 J AIS-ST., OPPOSITE ODD.PELLOVTS' HALL,
ARE jnst opening a choke st.ck of FAXCT and STA
PLE DET GOODS. whWh they effr low far ca.h. cr
thensnaiumetopnaipt ca.tomTS. We 't t-e:
t ntloa . t city ani country bayers to call and examine
onr stock before parchasing elsewhere. Oar ,tck cf 3-
sltts la part ct rich uress suas. ai.a
Orrscdies. French Cambrics, Lawns, Freach, English
and American Prints, Ginghams, he., &c
ALSO. SUE Tissae, uriese, unp ' . T
Lawn Rbe o. the newest de,lgn; Lace Shawls and
Mantillas, new ana urxiat mm.
Family Purnishins materials,
..-.!.-. i .-rt r,t T.lsen and Cotton sneeitag, en
widths and coaUties. Pillow Case Linens, doable and sin
He Damask Table Cloths, Jfapklcf, Diapers, D.yles,
T wellngs, Cartaln ifaterisl. of all descriptions, ilar-
u.t .r inn Sheetlcr and Shlrtlag. Flsia and
Striped Osaabargf, Ste., Tlctlrg, Btnp'd Cettenades,
r-vv. runnels. Jeans. Jtc.t 'WTilte Good', con-
sisting ef Plain. Figured, and Checked Swiss Book ln-
dla. Mall, fce; Bmoroioenes aniii.. , , , ,
Handiome TrorEeaoem, uouu, wnw, .
tt-.v iinhr. Plain and Embroidered Hanaierchlejs,
r-i. n.i.T-r Pancv Bills. Fans. Per! emery. Small
Ills oar Intention to mskeDry Goods th leading fea
tnre o: cnMntse, and oar friends can rely opon 1 cdlng at
all times a fan and complete atsjrcmeai.
Clotning and Furnishing Goods
Stock in this line man nurtured cafler ear own super
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Trunks, Carpet Rtgs, e.
SPiyEY & CliAJRRE,
Gcntlcmcns' Boys and CillIdrens,
Sole Sacatlicr TvimUs, Car
pet isags, ssc, &c,
243 MAIN STREET, UNION BLOCK;
WE are sow receiving car 6FS1SB aau 3uis
STOCK, which wiH be found complete la eaalltv,
. . m-,A .1.-. XCm hlf
000 Eprlas asd Summer Caulmere Snlts, rsce Tery
aaf Mir s Fancy Casslmtre PaalslooBS, at all prices ;
6tO pairs Black Casiimere and Drap E Tete Pantaloons ;
. n . . . t I- .w -1 T F'j.mtm M .A. V ff.t'
Hue rtnth Dress Coats. " good style ; "
EUck and Fancy Silk Vests, Ratlan Patterns and styles j
500 Fancy and White Maneiiies ests, iiagiaa siyie ,
Rich White Feared Satin Vests, new styles ; .
ft.1i Whit Unen Fraiks and Raslaas:
600 Blck Drap B Tete, Alpacca aad Cashmere Froct and
Raglan coals ;
Sarins' Ci.im(rSrlsn Over Coats ;
it dan White and Fancy Shirts, amung which will be
found all the styles. -
We also have a lsrre stock cf Medium Goods.
Were,nectfully solicit an examlnstien of oar stork.
The rsiCES will be found law.
marlT 5P1TBT CLACiVb.
J. ErivxY..... s. c.cuuoi
WHOXZS AXlTAJID HETAIt. DZALEBS IS
GEIVTLEMEIT'S AND BOYS
Sole Leather Tranks and Carpet Bags
243 21 AITC STREET,
TJaio- Block, Opposite Court Square.
-t mi trrr n nr rii. whieh enaaies us te seu ai ic
U lowest prices. We respectfully solicit a call from all
la waat of CkeMax.
Spring and Summer
T R -4D E .
MANUFACTURERS OF 3IENS'
AJiO WnOLSSALE IfEALEBa IE
Stanlo and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES AND PLASTERS' GOODS.
-ITR facilities this vear being cf such a natare wo are
J enabled tocfSrour Spring and Summer .toek, which
Is unusually large, to th6trad andeltliens geaeiallyat
the very lowest rates. Conatry Merchiats ana River
Traders la particular are earnestly requested to call and
examine oar stock before purchasing eisewasre.
SIMON & SKESSKL, 61 Front HOW,
Center JeStraoa-tt., under Commercial Hotel.
187 vr.xr st.,
Under tlie Worsham House.
THE subscriber begs leave to anneance to his eastern
ers aad the citii ens 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 lor cash on
,sbot notice. sep6-ly
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
" 05" KEMPHIS, TENN.
AUTHOKIZED CAPITAL I GUARAXTT CATITAL
$209,000. I 8100,000.
CHARTERKU b the Legislature cf Tennessee, Session
ef lS55-'56, to make Fire, Life aad Marine Insurance
and to cause themselves to be re-lnsurcd when deemed
espfdleat. In view of which they have arranged with
the following Companies, for re-Insurance by means cf
open policies :
British Commercial Life, London..
KeullaWe Fire, "
IntTaatlonal Life, "
Knickerbocker Life, Uiited States,
Great W stern Marine,
Howard Fire end Marine, "
...Capital $3 OOO.OfiO
" 300 000
At the annual election on Tuesday, the lClh l-.stant, the
following Directors and Committee were elected for the
JAMES B. THORNTOX, L. J. DUPREn,
GEO R. GRANT, TnOS. McAD.iM,
STEPHEN B. CURTIS, J- H. MULFORD,
HENRTS. KING, JOS. BARBIErB, itq
S. B. OURTIS. L. J. DUPREE, B. B, lhQ.
WJicoI2onitner G0 R. GRANT, 1 . D.
Atterney J. B. THORXTON, Kj.
Attuted by S. P. BANKHEAD. Esq.
And at a meeting cf the new Directory er weaacy,
the 11th Intt., the following officers were tDocea fox ' the
JAMES B. THORNTON, Pralint.
GEO R. GRANT, Ticc PretiStnt.
THOS. McADAM. Secrefory.
OFFICE No. S, Madlsoa street, comer 1 foot Row.
OF STEAMBOATS, Steambcat Boilers, and Steambort
Machinery, andrr the -provisions of the Acts of Con
greis cf 1S3S and 18:2. OQre, 8 Madison street,
mart THOMAS McADAM. In-pector.
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of Nashville, Tenn.
CAPITAIi, :::::: $150,000.
JOSEPH VAULX Pres'l A. W. BUTLER, Secy.
O. M. Fogg,
Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
R. H. Gardner, F. A. Owen,
Joseph Vaulx, James Ellis,
AHoway, W. S. Eakla.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes aad Frelghta tadet
open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risks ot.
Merchandise, by steamboats, railroads, or land carriages ;
also, hazards on rivers and laces to or from aay part tf
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE oa buildings, dwelling or other
teases, goods In store, furniture, fce., In town or Co entry.
rNgroes insured against the dangers of the rivet.
J. G. LONSDALE, Agent,
Office Jefferson street, Memphl.
The Mutual Life Insurance Compaiy,
Accumulated Fund, $3,00O,000.
THE rates adopted by this Company are baled cpto tha
mat correct observations. Policy holders get all the gains
cf the Company, aa it is purely mutual, having no prtfsr
redstocs or other capital to taseth. first fruits of pi eflie
from the insured.
Any person wl-htng insurance on his or her life will re
ceive all tnformatltn, together wltaibe requisite forms ci
appUestlcn, by calling ta J. G. LONSDALE,
Agent Mutual Life Insurance Company,
oetlI-1r OHeo JeffTori street. Meta'ch Is.
TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF
0BfA JAMES MILLSOX, formerly ef Ciccln
EKJcatl, Ohio, would ressectmily announce to
f2i. the dtlren. of Memphis that he has opened JSiet
a BLEACHING aadFRESSIXG Establishment on Unlra
slreet.Tiear DeSoto, -where Bonnela. Fiats. Glpsey arid
Gents' Hsts wBl be done ia the best style for thoe w to
ft-vof him with their patronsice Also, Bonnets dyed aad
pressed for torn, t low prices.
Fleaae tivt hlia a call, oa Union itreet, ntsr De-Sola.
SWAN & .Q0.'S LOTTERIES.
TICKETS ONLY $10!
OWING to the great lavor wllh which oar Single Nrm
ber Lotteries have been received by the public, nd
the large demand for Tickets, the Managers, S SWAN
CO.. will have a drawing each Sstnrdsy throughout
year. The fallowing Scb' m will be drawn In each of
their Lotlerleefer May. 1857.
TobedrawnlnthoCUr of AtlanU, Georgia, In public,
oa SATURDAT, May 2d, 1S57.
To U drawn la the city of Atlsnta, Georgia, lapabile, oa
SAT.'RDAT, Miy 9ta", 1E57.'
C-r. a a 33. .
To be drawn la the city of Atlaata, Georgia, ia pabllc, on
BATORDAT, My 16lh, ISS7.
Te be drawa In the city of Atlanta. Georgia, In pablle, on
SATURDAT, Mty 2W, 18i7.
To be drawa la the city of Atlsnta. G.orgla, la pabllc, oa
SATURDAT, May 30th, 1S57, en the Flsa or
Single jyttnibers :
p.no 2P-sefs : :
More than Ono Prize to Evory Ten
TO BE nilAWJI
EACH SATURDAY IX MAi
1 Pn el. $50,093 1....
1 30,000 !....
1 " 10000 Is....
, 10,000 Is...
1 6,0 0 It...
1 0,000 ll....
I o.ouo is
, " 3,600 is
j 2.600 is
--j . 2.500 1s
1 ' 2 603 Is
I 2,t00 Is
1 2,500 Is
1 ...........v l.OtO'IB.......
1 1.IC0 Is
100 ' o
100 " 50 are......
4 Prlres of $225Aprox'tlng to $50,000 PrUeare $?00
?onmie sEunctlne to. ..
Whole Tickets, eiu : naives, so uuj
' - .
PI W OP THE LOTTERY.
n.. VnmTy.ru from 1 tn 20 000. corresponding with these
Nambera on the Tickets printed oa separate sllr of pa
per, are encircled with small tin tu&es ana piw m mo
The' first 21SPrixr s, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed in another wheel.
from the wheel of nonieers. and at the same time a Prise
Is drawn from the other whevl. The Nnmber aad Prise
drawn oat are opened aad exhibited to the aadleace. aad
regl(t.redby the Commissioners; the Pilie being placed
Tn. vnw i it, urn re.oticu. auu a Mua.v. ...
agslast the Namner arawn. inis ofnii u
n.ti .11 tr!.. sr- drawn out
Arr-B0XiMXTiO! Prizes. The two preceding aad the
two succeeding Numbers to teoe drawing the first IS
Prises will bo entitled t-v tha 72 Approximation Pi lies, ac
cording to the scuene.
rj- The 3,000 Prises of $20 will be determined by the
last figure of the number that draws the (60,000 Prise.
Forexsmple. If tnerurf oers urawrag jjv.wu rmc
av. i. th,n all the Tickets where the number ends
in 1 will be entitled to $20. If the Nnmber ends with
Xo. 2, then all the Tickets where the tumber ends In 3
will be entitled to $30, and so on to 0. 3
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the fouewiag
T.t.. trhirh Is therllk?
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets SS0 00
10 Quarter " 20 00
. i M 10 Eljhln 10 00
Tn WI.Hr.rTle!relsor CerUflcates. enclose the money
to onr aldres for the Tickets ordered.on receipt of which
they will be forwarded 'by first man. rarcnastrs can
haveTiekets enamg inany ugurc iurj j unijuw.
T..itofdrawmiumbers and prlies will be fotward
in nnrrtiwri immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will pjease write laeir si$.iiuvb iiu,
give their Poet Office, County and State.
E- Remember that every Prit Is drawn and payable
!n tall without deduction. .
J3-.U1 Prises of $1,000 and under, paid Immediately
after the drtwlng other Prlres attheusnal ttae of
thirty days. ....
All mmmnnlcattsns strictly confldenllsl.
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates of Packages to
S. SWAN CU-, AUania, ta.
K. swan CO.. Montrornery. Ala
trt- 4.1istef the numbers that are drawn from the
wheel, with the amount el the prix? that each oae Is en'
titled tn. will bernbllihcd alter every drawing In thefel
winrMim: New Orleans Delta. Mobile Register,
Charleston Standard, Nashville Garette, AtlenU lnt-111-
genctr. New Talk WeHy Day Boos, ana savannsa
Planters, Look to lour EnterestI
TTTEare,tUlaentsfor the sale ef the EAGI B GIN
W STAND Actual teste prove that the Gins now be
ibv msnnractnred are th- bt In nee.
For llghtneMof draught, ped, al making a fine tem
ple, the Glas einaot b eo ailed.
Nowjs the lime tsead in yourJrdfrs, so as to have
litem maee acu to arijvr u?tc iu ic ... "
HARRIS, WOll-Ki Kr OU , Ageaw,
mart!.'; da 3a Xo. 8 Treat Row, Memphis,
53- Knquner copy-
J. M. WOODSON,
TRCEHEART & W00DS0S,
Manufacturers of Southern Star Cotton Gin,
-r- rtJPfrrFrrt.I.T call the atlentlon cf the pubUe, par-
rL tlcnlarlvtheCo'tonPlanur .to their GIN MANU
FACTORY now in snccesstal cp-ration tn this place. We
deem it nnneaestary te pub ih any tetlmonlals cf the
gool perfermSncs of our Gins, th.agh many could he
procured of gectlexntn who are now ulnt them men of
high repaiailoiLas planters, and wou'd not be satisfied
with any hut ajgood Gin ; and we will only add that we
are delermmfd to spare no pslrs rr meaastomakea
Cotton Gio that will phase the Planter.
In addition to the Gin we formerly edvertlrf d and sold
for $3 per saw, we are nw flttlnj up an tmnroref sfy'e,
at ron-ideraMe additional expense, w ich we will sell at
$3 60 per saw.
A sample ot our Gins can always b seen at Messrs
Graham mil's, who are our agents In Memphis.
Gentlemen Planters, send In your orders with speclfi
cations, and ih'y shall be prompt 'y attended to. A suf
Sct'tit guaranty given la every tale.
X3T Repairing done with neatness and dlpatch.
Important to Cotton Planters I
TOE TAYLOR PBE3IIU3I COTTON .GIX
CIiEMAUS, BHOWTtT & CO.,
THE sabscrlter begs leave to call the alteatloa of
Planters tn an eramlnatlcn ef the merits of these
Gin Stands, which poetess In a greater degree the eaall-
ties to be desl-edin a cotton uia vw : upcea, ixgiu
nratwht. nd Good Scmnle Ihsa any Gin ex nt, and
are oBVred on as reasonable terms as any establishment
In the South. p
I feel fullr authorliedJneavlnc that I can furnish, all
thlnjs considered, a superior. Gin Stand to any factory In
the United States. - u
Messrs. Fowlkes, Mount k. Co. are agents for the eale
of these Gins, who willkcep a supply of various sizes on
band, or will order any f Ire at short notice. Office on
Jefferson street, Memphis, Tenn.
msiC0-dtwsw6m S. A. THORNTON, Ag't-
Prnrnnim Cotton Gins.
mm? attention of Cotton Planters Is respectfully csCed
JL to the above superior Gins, manufactured by. Car
ver &. Co., East Brldgewater, Mass. Under a recent In
provement, the Carver Gins are regarded as the best now
In general use ; their snperlorlty needs nocomments I rem
us, as thousands are now la successful operation la the
We have on band fifty Gins, embracing all the different
sizes and numbers of saws.
Also 10 and 12 feet segment bolts, washers, c, coo.
plete. an of which we offer to oar friends upon the usual
terms and time. GWTNN it GIBSON,
Not. 1 and 3 Exchange Building.
Memphis. Sept. 29, 1S54 tf
WHITLEY'S PATENT PORTA
CLARK & AVERT,
St. LovU, Mo.
AGENT AT MEMPHIS, TENN.,
HAVIXG taken the Agency for the sale of the above
Circular Saw Mills, I am prepared to All all orders
far Milts, with or without the power to drive them on
tht shortest notice .... ... ,
Parsons wishing topurchao Mills, and also desirous that
they should be set up and put Into operatlon,an be ac
commodated. . . '
We do not wish to praise our own work, ill -we ask of
persons wishing to purcbaso Mills Is to examine our
work before buy tag elsewhere, as we think tbey win give
us the preference after seen examination. Wearesat
Ufled our Mill" will saw more lumber, and in better style
la the same number of hours than any other sawMlc
hereon, wlshlnt-lo purchase Mills win please addreM
me at Memphis, Tenn. O. MCLEAN .
B OrLER -MAKER,
Black Smith and Sheet Iron Worker,
Center ef Front Row end TVinchaltr-tt.,
BECOXD-HAND BoUers bought, M '
and exchanged for new ones. Sheet Iron
work done of every aescnpiion, sucu
r.hi-ni . Rrlchen. Fire Beds, Escape
Pipes. Condensers Paiges, Metalle Life-Boats, andStesm
SalW lnlvneral. Alio, Sank Safe., Flreprocl Shut.,
Gasometers, Cl.tercs, &e.
XB.Bonm repaired at the ikorteit notice, and oa
siBestrtMtttabWti s. BtyleXawlT
ON the 1st Jnne, 1S56. the Arm heretofore existing be
tween F. a. CLARKaCd A. 0. WTJRZACH was dis
solved by mutual consent. F. H. Clark Is charged with
the settlement of the business cf the late firm of F. H.
Clark k Oe., F. H. CLARK.
The subscribers have associated themxlvea together
under the arm of F. H. CLARK CO.
F. It. CLARK.
JAS. 5. W1LKINS,
OUR NEW .FIRM.
It a3brds me pleasare to announce to mv friends aad
the pubUe that I hsve oclled with me my former
partner, JA3. a. wis.iN3, and my wtu-xnown suls
tsnt. T110S. HILL, andsr the familiar style of P. V
The new firm will start with an efflclent force la each
mxhanlcal branch, the Watch department being under the
sapervlslon of Mr. Wllklas.
Sta Wall at all times of the latest fashions, aod pries
as loi as tae esrae quality an styio of (tods can be pat'
chased la Philadelphia or New Totk.
Iam thaatfnl for the liberal patrootr ntended tome
daring my fifteen years' resident la Memphis, aad my
iia win on &o meris lis conuaaaaco,
r. n. clark
ESTABLISHED IS 11.
OUR alia has ben to keep pace with oar growing city,
aad furnish those vho want Goods lo ear line with
good articles, aad at fair prices. Oar assortment, for
years, has been bat little tf any behind oar Eastern
cities, it is more extensive ibis season than ever, oar
leading branches are. nrst
Of whim we have every variety In general nie.
together with a large assortmrat made to oar
order, which for neatness of style aad tlme-keep-
mg. are surpassed by cone. la ear assortment
will be f ouad the Eight Day Watch and the Repeating
Chronometer, giving the time to a xnlante in the dark.
Oar assortment ia this Important branch Is kept tall
by f rtqueat receipts- of all the new styles, whether of
foreign or comesuc production.
w. .,-. nui, (huhnnrh of onrbaslaess a study for
years, cot only postlag oarsetves with regard to the dlf
fereat qualities andmerlts of the different styles and ma
kers, bat of the tines nesi sniisoie i onr minn
assortmeat, for s nomber cf years, has been large, to
which we have recently made masy additions of onr own
lmTcrtatloa. We caa furnish our custemcrs with SHOT
GPNS from 5 to A200: RIFLES frem $10 to $100.
Also, the celebrated SUARFE'S RIFLE.
DHaRIXGHR and COLT, of all sites. Also, a fall as
ortment of the kinds lo general use.
Tea and Coffee Sets. Pitchers. Goblets. Cups, Castors,
Bpooas. Fotks, Ladles, with many choice Fancy Articles,
all coin fine.
SILYER PLATED GOODS.
Ums. Castors. Candlesticks. Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg-
nes. Cake and fruit Baskets. Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Pitch
ers, Gobleti, Caps, Wallers, c &c.
OTJTXlB 3T .
A fun assortment of Pocket and Tsbfe, from the best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OTJR MECHAinCAl. BHAWCH.
All kinds of Watch Work done In the most f slthfal
manner. Jewelry repaireo, ana new msae 10 oraer.
Plain aad Ocameatal; Seals for Lodges, Courts, ttc,
in any style , Stenccl Plates of all sizes.
cctl6-dawly r. u. ulabs. . mi.
ZST 33 W
TXTATCHRS Some very fine.
X JEWELRT New styles.
SILVERWARE Coin fine.
SILVER PLATED OOODS Best quality.
SPSCTAC KB To salt every condition of tight,
GUNS Best Biskeri.
PISTOLS Foil assortment
POCKET AND TABLE CCTLHRT.
Hsklag by f sr the best assortment ever offered In 'this
market i . H. CLARK. & cu ,
marS3 Xo. 1 Clark's Marble Block
ACCURATE LT adjusted to the eve, so as to salt the
most difficult vision, without occasioning that sense
of weaki ess or fatigue to the orgaa ntaeratly complained
of by wearers of common glasses, but enabling the wsarer
of this Improved apeciacio 10 pursue tne most minute
employment either by day or candle light, with ease and
CHKN. MTJTiIiEH, Optician,
Mot the tirm op
OHRN. SIULLER & BR0.,
Wholesale and Retail. Dealers tat)
CIocIls, WiUclics, Jcwclvy,
.1fJlron-if., bet. Main end Front Rota,
OPPOSnE I. B. KIRTLAND'S OFFICE, MEMPHIS
PARTICULAR attention paid to the repairing
of Watches by an experienced workman. Being
detern Ined not to be excelled In soirlor work-
'msnshlp in this branch of the bnslness, we have
engaged a first dais Watchmaker, ana can Batter our
selves In ssriag that there Is no Hoose, East or West,
that can boast of a better. Clocks caret ally repaired aod
warranted Jewelry and Spectacles of every description
made to order. Old Jewelry neatly repaired, and Specta
cle Glasses Inserted in old frames to suit every sight.
p. 8. The numerous complaints of persons who have
been iTposed upon by individuals peddlltg through the
country aa Inferior rr"ieje of spectacles, representing
them to he these Improves glasses, reader It necessary
that we rhould caulloa the pabllc agstast such venders,
aad protect the repatt ot our si a es. AH spectacles
made by ns are stamped -r the name of the firm.
marlO-daw CHRISTIAN MULLER BRO.
. ASD rJEALEQ in
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry
CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAMS-STS.,
TAKES this method of informing his friends.
and the public generally, that he has moved from
his old stand to the corner of Main and Adams
'streets, where he will take pleasure In exhibiting
a new and choice lot ot JEWELRT, to those who may
favor him with a call, and will be pleased to execute an
erders for repairs In his Hoe. He hopes, by honesty, In
tegrity, and hi. eflerts 'to please, to gain the confidence
and liberal patronage ef all who may find It convenient to
visit his establishment.
J- All orders for repairing In every branch of my btj
smess promptly atwpanj 10. usji-iy
FOR SALE BT
F. II. CLARK & COMPANY.
mnElalctandbrfar the most Important Improve
J ment In Photography Is the recently patented pic
ture known as tha SPHEREOTirK, which Is not only
new and unl.ke any of Its predecessors, bat greatly so
perlor te all. The Sphereotype 1. proof against time.
air aad water, and for richness of tone, warmth of
expression and distinctness has to equal In tact the 11
luslon Is such that the picture, er Image, seems suspend
ed In air, entirely Independent ef the back ground
For this Dlcture we have the exclusive right for Mem
phis. Specimens can be seen In our Gallery, where pic
tures are alto taken in tno various styie. oy oar Arint,
who ccmblns the Chemist with the Artist, which ena
bles him at all times ta produce superior Picture..
- TT rl T . T. TT"
x - 11 . un& vis i
Xo. I Clark.'. Marble Block.
O - r. 13
TTAVINGJust retumod from a business tour North,
XX with all th. facilities for taking fine, anrablt
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, &c,
I am now ready In person to serve my friends and the
public generally Is my line, on the most reasonable terms.
I have no new f angled patents and clap-trap processes
to offer the public. My establishment has to stand CT
fall amid all the blazonry ot its neighbors, upon it. owa
merit.. ', .epa-aawtr
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
CONTINUE to offer their well known brands ct ELEC
TRIC INDIAN nifLE and KENTUCKY RIFLE
POWDER In kegs and caflsters. Alo, Gun Powder for
Blasting and Mining, comprising a fuh sss .rtmrnt of
quslltles aod klads required by the trade, guarantied
to give entire satisfaction.
The standard of their Towder, which ha. now enjoyed the
highest repntatlon for more than twenty-five year.,, will
be found unsurpassed by any other mmufactcre of the
kind In the world.
For sale In this city by GATES & WOOD, Agents, and
at the office of the Company, Xo.,83 Wall, comer Water
street New Tork. A. G. HAZARD, President.
A E. DOCCLAts, Sec'y maiS-ctm
TO TCZU JU t-'tTiTC;
Tho Madison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Factory
THE nnderstlga'd has taken the rtand recently occu
pied by Moore fc Balstesd, over the Planlnz Mill of
Whipple, McCullagh fc Co., and Is prepared to fill all or
d.rs for Sash, Doors, BUndr, Frames, Casings, Mould
Ingi, Mantl'S, fce. ...
Particular attention paid lo dressing and ripping Vsm
ber, for tie Carpenters and Builders.
FOR SALE, A
rnWO DR ATS also two Dray Licenses, which have eight
iaBla,mon.toru3. Ato &
JfttrMimrt anlr Cntlttg.
lAWKS, SMITH & 0.'S BBLLETIN.
JSTOzrlrisc T-.clo, 1SB7 1
MERCHANTS, PLANTERS, MECHANICS 1
LOOK TO YOUR- INTEREST.
HAWKS, SHITH Sc CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DKALXE3 IX
Koa. 304 and SOB Idain-st. ,
AUO AOEKTS rOB
1 flening'a " Patent Salamander Safei !
HAVING now received the greater portion of onr
Ooods for the SI-RING TRADE, by receat arrivals
from Baropo and the Eastern Cities, we are prepared to
offer greater Inducements to the Merchants, Planters aad
MKhsalcsof the Soathwesl than have hitherto been of
fered la this market, for proof ot which we respectfully
so.lctt the Inspection ef our ilock and prices. In view of
this, wo have place.! ourselves la a position toe9rsaca
ladacementt to those who may visit Memph a tor the pur
pose or railing their purcaas's, as win deter them from
seeking another market, so far at least as oar business
Is concerned. To fully carry ont this object we have made
permanent arranzmients with the best msnafactarers la
England and In this country, to be regalarly sapplird
with a tall stock of Goods In our Hoe, and win furnish
those whs may favor us with their orders, with gooas at
aa low figure as any house in the country, south or n tn.
our sucz comprises
For tlie Country Trade.
Boiled and Charcoal Iron Castings,
Boston, Philadelphia and Wheeling Nails,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets,
Log, Trace, Stay an Stretch Chains,
Bright aad half bright caststeal Hoes,
Caststeel polUhed rlveted-eya Hoes,
Oil root and steam bent Uames,
Hog skin Collars, horse and male.
Cotton, wool and Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jote Cordage,
Thread aad common cotton Rope,
Plow Lines, Bed Cord, Clothes Uses, e.(
- LonlsvlBe, Cincinnati and New Tork Sifters,
Nora Scotia and Beved Grindstones,
Ames caststeel Shovels and Spades,
Rowland's and Can's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all patterns.
Locks, Latches, Hinges, &c.
Well Wheels and Well Baskets.
Together with every attlcle suited t the trails ot the
country merchant. Ia the
W has e made the best selections from the most approved
manufacturers ot every article necessary for the planting
Cotton. Cane and Grub Hoes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks,
Plow ana wagon chains.
Fan Ml la. Corn Mills, Com Snellen,
Corn and Cob Crnshers, Straw- Cutters,
Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, he..
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent and common Churns,
names. Collars. Slagletrees, is.,
Praalng Bawi and Chisels,
Garden ImpsRaents cf all kinds,
Hall Spear's wrought and cast Flews,
Allen's Cotton Plows aad Scrapers.
Together with a fall stock of the 'celebrated Avery aad
Llvlagstoa & Co. Plews, which hav far several years
past given such universal sstlsractloa. We are tally pre
pared to keep always on band a large stock of these
Plows together with the extra Points ana castings, sj as
to t able to aapply onr planters with them at all times.
In the selictlon cf oar stock ot Goods la the
We have paid most particular attention to the lateresta
of our mechanics. We have selected such goods as are
best cnlted to this market, and can safely guaranty satis
Our stock ia this department Is full and complete,
Greenwood's celebrated Rla;,
Greenwood's Axle Pnllles and Shutter Fastnlngs,
Pearl White and Mineral Kasb Locks and Latches,
CIoe and Electro-Plated " " "
Cottage, Sural'aad Mortlso " "
Front and store deor " " "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self-shutting door and Gate Hinges and Latches,
Bolls and Hooks, Nails, Brads. Screws, fxc
This department in onr badness Is under the special
supervision of one of tha partners, who has fer many
years, In this city, given it his careful attention, and be
lieving that this braach of our baslness reqnlres more
than ordinary care, bcth In the selection of the geeas
and In filling orders, he Is determined to use his best en
deavors to keep uch goods as shall pleae all our me
chanics, and will hold every lndactmenl to merit tnctr
We would call particular attention to onr stock of Tools,
the quality ef all which we can fnHy guaranty, cenprll
Union Factory Planes, Rules, c,
Spear tc Jackson's Hand and Pannell Saws,
Butcher's cast steel Chisels and Files,
Earl Smith it Co.'s Files.
Wetherby's Chisels and Draw Knives, -Cam's
celebrated " "
Spirit Levels, Rales andGuages,
Aust Auger Bltts, Screwdrivers, Jit.
Peck's Lonisvllle Bellows,
Neweomb's New Tork Bellows,
1 5lld Box and Parallel Vices,
Armltage's Moasehole Anvils,
Coley's warranted Anvils, "
Hand and Sledge Hammers,
Farriers. Hammers, Knives and Placers.
Best Charcoal Tin Plate 1 C. A
" " ""IX,
" Leaded RooCne Plate 1 C,
Bar Tin, Speltre, c.,
Iron Brass and Copper Wire,
Bolt Copper, SoUerlnglrons, c,
Tinned and Srazlers Sheet Copper,
Boiled and Charcoal Sheet Iron.
Buss Imitation, Russ. and Galvernlzed Iron,
Bar Lead. Rivets, Copper Tacks, c.
We would also call the attention of Rallrcad sad Levee
Contractors to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, Ame'a Shovels ana spaaes.
ijortcg xaccinea, jnaiuxis, ricxs, xc. ,
naving a thoroagh knowledge of ear business In all Its
branches, we are determined to give It our entire atten
tion, and shall attend personally to all the orders, an4 to
the transaction ot our business la every particular, aad
by so doing Catter ourselves that we caa give satisfac
tion. liAWS.3, BBlIll L.U.,
febl 304 ana zo atn-st
FOR SALB BT
Roh't. jpT. Halls
15 Sycamore-st., Cincinnati, O.
h. g. iiccoaiAs;
Commission & Forwarding Merchant,
NO. 15 ST0AM0RE STREET, CINCIXATI, OHIO.
J3. W. KUCKliJK,
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
OFFERS his services to the public and will give
J prompt attention to any business connected with his
vocation. He may be found at his once on the west
side ef Main street, south of Union, (Canovan's Bulld-
lng,J No. 318, unless absent en professional easiness.
J. R Chadwick, Henry G. Smith,
J.M. Prcvlne, Robertson Tpp,
B B. Waddell, Philip H. Ttcmpsia,
John S. Claybrook. febi-fim
T O B A. C G O !
$ 80 ,000.
WE have In store aad are' coaitantly receiving the
most celebrated brands of TOBACCO from Virginia,
Kentucky and Mls'ocri, which we sell at manufacturers
prices. We wsutd call attention to the following brands
Trotter's Rough and Ready Twist ;
Pace's " " "
Walkir Je. Co.'s " "
Holland' Extra Pancake;
Mohican, pounds ; Whit Tunstall, pounela
Pocahontas " Emma Adams "
Bigg " n John'. "
Parkins " Sntherlln'. "
Persian Smoking Tobacco.
SEADROO & CARSON,
feb2t-(!m Madison atr.et, two doors from Main.
icje: icje: ic&t
HAVING completed our MAMMOTH ICK HOUSE on
Beal street, near the corner of. Shlby. we are now
pn pared to furnish our friends and customers with ICE
at'ONE CENT PER POUND. All orders for packing will
be promptly snd carefully attended to In all seasons of
the year at, lowest rates.
The eommnnltv mav depend uron our supplylag the
wph let at the above rate. It Is our intention to keep
price, within means of the p-or a well a. rich.
rj- All orders left at tha Wiarf.Boat, at the Mam
mal a Ire, Honee, or at Barnett fc Walker's, (190 Main
street.) will be promptly raiea.
marli-Sca DUVAL, ALG20 fcCO
FREESE & FLOWERS'
So. 338 Main Sproot,
Bet. Union and Gayoso,
TS how open for the receptloa of StudenU. Everything
L that l taught in any Institution of a similar kind In
the United State, can be learned h;re. Tho course un
brace. Single and Doable Entry Book-Keeping, Penman
ship, Commercial Law, Commercial Forms and Calcula
tlens. Banking, Whol'sale and Retail, Commission,
Steamboat, Manufacturing, fce
Students are not taught In classes; they are lastrueted
Individually aod spatat(ly; so there will be no detention
on account of classes. It take, but a few weeks to com
plete the course.
I he hours of Instruction will be from 9 to IS A. sr., and
from 3 to 5 r . M. Also, Evening Lessons from 7 to 9
For. fun course, time unlimited
For partial course
For Penmanship, time unlimited....,
For " twenty lessoas....,
For further particulars, andress
FREE3E & FLOWERS,
THE nubile are hereby forewarned from trading for a
nott drawn by me and payable to the order of R. O.
Edward.,- for-lhe sunt of $1,000, dated 21st April, 1857.
Tha note was lost accidentally tela day, and I win not pay
Itbat at the extent Of tht law."
WB respectfully can yoar attention to oar extensive
stock ot Hardware. Cutlery, Gans, French Window
Glass, Nails, Castings, Metals, aad all other articles In
oar Uae salted to tbe-trado ot this section of country
meat ot which has either been imported by as direct from
Europe, or selected from the best factories In America by
our partHer resident la the Ent.
The recent addition of another stare to ear premises,
eaahled as t establish a eoBvaleat
WHOLESALE SAMPLE ROOM.
entirely disconnected from tha retail branch af ocr trade,
aad we feel sssarcd that Merchants will consult their own
Interest by looking Into this roem and maklag their ae
lectlons. None bat good and pnnctcal men need apply.
unlets accempanled with the caah.
LOWNE3. ORGILL CO ,
13 and 14 Front Row.
Jaat New Tork Ofllce, 41 Piatt street.
Three Thousand Iters Nails.
BT recent heavy additions te ear stock, we have new
ca hand or' r Three Thousand kegs Boston and ether
warranted branda of assorted Nalll and Spikes, which
waoavr to me trade, tn regaiany assorted lets, at ex
ceedingly low rates for cash.
LOWNES. ORGILL k CO.,
apI2-daw 13 aod 14 Front Row.
Cultivators ! Cultivators !
TT7B have lost received a large anpply of the Improved
V V Steel Tooth Expanding Cultivators ; alao. a ecp-
p y of light Turning aad Doable Mealabeard Plow,, which
are also wen adapted to the culture er Lotion and corn.
LOWXSS. ORGILL ft. CU ,
myl 1 3 and 1 4 Front Row.
Sheet an Hoop Iron.
flfin BUNDLES Sheets, assorted. No 13 to 26;
AUU 2C0 beadles Hoops, aea'ted, H to 2 laches wide.
LOWXBS, ORGILL CO.,
sp!3-daw 13 aad 14 Front Row.
TU3T RecelvcdT heavy shlpmeats ot Ploughs, embracing
J various sizes of "Llvlagstoa County," amongst which
are several hundred ef tht celebrated Ne. II. Also Doable
MoaM-board, Sab-soll, Hill-side, Harrows. Celttvators,
aad aa endless variety ef aad necessary Agricultural and
Horticultural implements for particulars ot which, see
our Illustrated Catalogue, furnished oral is at our store.
LOWNES, OhGILL CO..
Jan4 13 and 14 Front Row.
SUPERIGR FISHING TACKLE!
( ENTLEMEN who desire to provide themselves with
VA a geca eumi ror
Art Invited to call and select from our new and rare
stock, the following article, cf tht choicest styles aad
Walt In g Cane Rods, assorted pattern J
French Roar, x, 4 ana 3 joints ;
Bnttleh Rods. 3, 4 aad S Joint :
Arttfi-lal Files, Minnows, Mace, and every other
variety or Aninciai isait ;
German Silver an I Brass Reels, Snell Books
Sandwich Boxes and Dram Flasks ;
Lines of Silk, Linen, Sea Grass and Cotton.
ALSO, a complete atock, comprising every size cf
Holroske's Superior Caft Steel, Limerick, Chetertown,
Virginia, aurcy aca Carlisle
st: 3cocxej3 :
LOWNE-, OBGILL CO ,
auar27 13 and I4FrtJt Row. Mamihls, Tenn.
New Com and Crusher.
v..v WB now have the most efficient
1 Crusher, for less rnoaey, than has
ever before beea offered la any
market. It will make Meal and
I Hamlay, an crush the Corn and
Cob perfectly, and has taken the
premium la evry contest.
LOWNES, ORGILL tc CU.,
13 snd 14 Front Row.
Fire --Pro! Safes
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS!!
AT the great fire which broke out m Warren ana Murray
streets. New Tork, Jth November last, where prop
erty to the amount ef
1600.000 ! !
wit"dntroyed,"Everal of. these Safe's wero tested with
results similar to the following :
NCV IORZ. ACT. 11. ie4.
Miu.Eitor: In the fire at No. 39 Warren-streeta.cn
tht mornlnr of the 3th laa t. . our most valuable books and
papers were evposed for J. hour, tn oae ot oiearna a.
Marvin's Flre-Procl Bates.
We saT fire proof, not becaase they are so labeled, but
because wehave so proved them. Our books and raper.
came ont uninjured, save the binding of tae docks, occa
cloned bv steam.
Ourtstore was five stories above ground, asd two sto
ries tfcW, occupied from eellsr to garret. The Intensity
ef the heat can bo attested by any fireman, who witnessed
Xo furnace could be contrived by tha Ingenuity of man
tn create a more Intense beat. We voluntarily give this
tribute to the value of thete af ej, and select yonr widely
circulated commsrslal Journal to Inform the mercantile
commnnHtywhat estimate to place upon Stearns itar-
vln'a WUderPatent Salamancar Safes.
HAVILAXD, BARREL RISLET,
In this connexion the Manufacturers write us: "We have
made these Safes over 14 yea s have sold over 9.600
Had 215 tested In accidental fire, in the i- rutej states aca
Canada, and never yet had a customer to ose a dollar by
fire from ono of them. We think they have earned a high
reputation, as they are readily ecW here In preference to
other Safe's at 23 to 60 percent, less price." A full stock
kept constantly tn hand by
LOWNES. ORGILL fc CO.
Agents for Stearns fc Marvin.
The Greatest Invention of the Age!
PXRFBCT PROTECTION FROM TUB ELHMBXT3.
PATENT GALVANIC CEMENT
THB subjcrlber is now prepared to cover roofs of
buildtagi, with a nsw and better article thaa ever
before kaawa. laepBDiicare aware msi our uitciu
ment has had sclentlrjc men experimenting, and that it
has been the study of Atchltects and BoUdera far years.
to discover aa article fer tooting purposes, that wuuhl
stsod tea su4Ien cbsngrsot the weather, ancne impervi
ous ta fire ai.d wa'.tr. and remaia a permanent fixture.
ij vt. nnthinz has been attained wlthoutleosting more
than the people wish. The contraction, expanston and mat
ing of metal roota, art to great In changeable elimates, that
they bec.mt useless, ualeas being repaired at great ex
pense yearly. Shingles are not fire proot, and cannot be
used oa sal roots, ana me vanoas ivraircsiuuu. vc
meutthathave been broutht into use tvr rucfikg, do not
stand the action tf the weather, bat they tun when It Is
vim. asd crack when frosty, and at er one er two years
b-mmecruirblv. and worthless; vhereas, the iavemor
of ibeGalvanle Cement, has labond tw.nty years to com
bine articles to obviate those duncauies. aax can icaury
from hla long txperlenco, and numerous testimonials
from reli.ble ntrsons. who have had bis combination ap
died ta their building,, that his Cement Is the coeapest
a d beat article ever before known The combination ot
this Dement Is such, that It is calculated for entire new
roofs, flat or steep ; Bovertng over old shingles without
rcmovngthrm; lining tave troughs, seeming around
bittlements. chimneys aad sky light. Coveting car
tops, steamer dec is, fcei This Cement, by Its non-ctn-dactlon
and gslvlnlim, prevents metal roofs from mat
ing and nndersclderlng, and resists the exttemvs of heat
and cold, better than snythlng ever Invented, for entire
roo'sorfor covering metal and the out-side of wood
buildings, making them fire proof. Ita appearance Is like
lute: beantlfnl forth rich palace or the humble cottage.
The undersigned having secsred the right to the State
ef Tennets;e, will sell rights of Territory, by Counties or
towns, on reasonable terms.
Tht subscriber Is also prt pared to cover roofs ot build
inn. in anr nart of the State, at short notice.
This roof is now being pat on in this city, for the bene
fit of all concerned, and warranted to excel all other
modes of roofing The subscriber having resided in the
city ot Memphis one year, ana has baa bis moae or roof
inn tes.ed as to its dualities, which has proved satlsfaa
tory, to which a number of the most prominent citizens
See testlmonls'.. of the following gentlemen who have
n,ed It. with hosts cf others.
For further Information enquire at the eOee, where
simple, may be seen ia J L. Morgan's Architectural
Rooar, Xo 3 Walker'. Block, Memphis, Tenn., or ad
dress, BlX 667, P. U.
W. 8. BENNETT. Proprietor.
Attached Is a nott from John L. Moigan, Esq., A.chl
tect, by which may be seen the opinion of Mr. Samoel
Sloan, the celebrated Architect, aod writer upon Archi
tecture, whose experience witn iota moae ot rooming.
Without a COCDl, is sausia'o.y io an.
MEMrniS, March 12, if 57.
MB. W. S. Bekjjett: When In Phl'adelphla Pa , a
few days ago, I called upon Mr. Samuel Sloan, the cele
brated Architect, and author tf the Sloan Work on Arch
itecture. I asked his opinion as to the dnrast'ity fct , rf
West's Patent Boor, snch as yea are using in the city of
Memphis, and he tcld me that he had no heeltatitn la say
ing? to me that It Is a good and durable roof, and Is all
that lt advocate, claim it to be; farther saying that he
is using It on a fine building for htmaeit.
Respectfully, JOHN L. MORGAN, Archl'ect,
MzMrnis. March 3. 1557
W S. BEBKXTT, E.Q-, XcorSi'rj The facis within
onr knowledirs of the durability, fce , of West' Galvanl
Ceramt. are these: The boUdmg yoa covered lor ua last
Spric J, we am happy to stale has answered our expecta
tions. We can therefore, reci-mmsnd It to the public for
all roofing purposes ; as a light, cheap, fire and water
proof roof. It "oes not get soft and run from the effects
nf the heat of the son ; nor d.rs It harden and crack
' from the effects of the cold. Any person wishing to know
more of this article, can call at our manufactory.
X. 8. BBCCR fc CO..
Carriage Manufactory, Moare St., Memphis. Tenn.
MrMrnu.TiHS., Dee. 8, 1S58.
To WHOM IT MAT Coscers: This Is to certify that
W. 8. Bennett, Covered two roofs for ma last Spring, with
a composition called West. Patent Galvanic Cement;
oae of them was a new deck, tha ether an old shingle
roof, which are giving perfect satisfaction. He also re
paired a dormant window, which leaked badly, and had
bafied the skill of carpenter, to prevent Us leaking,
which ha susceeded la maklag perfectly tight. I do raoJt
cheerfully, recommend his mod of roofing to the pablle,
for all roofing pnrpjeen, and believe It to be a pernio eat
fixture assl:.s fire and water. D COCSIRELL,
Proprietor Commercial Hotel.
Snrtii'DT's OrncE, Mratrnu fc OntoR. R 1
MbmfiiIS. TX!5., Feb 19, 1S57. J
Mb Bewsett. Dear Sir: Onr Company having been
troubled very much with leaky ears, pat some of your
Patent Paint upon Ihem, and so far as my kaowledge ex
tends, I en cheerfully rte.mmtnd It to aay who wish a
dry roof of any tart. Toars. fce ,
1 H COFFIN. Saperlnlertfeat.
Mrjtrnu. Tejtr-., Jan. 11, 1SS7.
To THUPtrsHC: W. S Beaaett madtapp'icaiftB to
us last summer to cover onr buildings with West'. ' Gal
vanic Cement; It being a new thing thought we would
try It ; bad it applied to our Blacksmith Shop aad Engine
Bona attached to ihe Fouadry. They have proved an
req aired of a water proof roof, having withstood some ef
the greatest storms, snd are giving good satisfaction.
We can only aid, try It snf you will be satisfied
CURTIS fc KNAPP. Iron Founders.
MEMMIS, Jan. 14, 1357.
Mr. Bntnett has dine soma small amount of roofing
for me tn hi. peculiar wsy, with Cotton staff ceated with
a preparation the basis of whle appears to be Coal Tar.
It Is a very etTectaal and light roof, and appears to prom
lu mnaiderabie durability, from the aresrrvatlve duali
ties of the eompoeltlon, which penetrates th doth and
protect It from the Inflnened of tie air and water. The
Composition doe net liquify and ran from tht efrt.f
th heat of tht tan ts summer nor does It harden and
crack frem tht tatlaenct in the cold ef winter.
BayS-dry A. T. ja HILL.
Overland Mail Route to CaJifor
April 23, 1857.
AX ACT of Congress, approved 3d March. 1SS7, making
appropriations for the aervlee-of the Poat-Office De
partment icr the fiscal year ending Will June, 15S3, pio
Bee. 10. That the PoatmaUer General be and he Is
hereby anthoilzed to coatract for the eonveyance of the
eattrt letter mall f rt sccb point en the Mississippi river
as the contracture may teleit to San FraneUco, tn the
State ot Califurnis, for six years, at a coat nut exceeding
three hundred thousand dollars per snaum fer semi
monthly, four barwlrrd aad fifty thouuBd, du.'lars tor
ertt.ly. or aix hundred thosaaad dollars fir eml.weekiy
serrlex, to bo performed semi-monthly, werkly, or semi-
weekly, at the optloa of the paymaster uenerai.
"Sec II. That the contract snail require ine aervico
tt be performed with goud Mar-horse cuachts or sprlrg- i
wagecs, satabis fer tht escveyance or passengers aa
well a. the ultlr ao-J seearlty af the mails.
Sec. 12 Thai tha ccntracter shall have the rigct ot
nrematloa to three baadred aod twesty aeres ot aay
land not the disposed of or reservtd, at each point aeces- ,
sary lor a a tat km. sot to e nearer iaaa tea miro no (
each other i aod provided V at n Eflneril taad shall be l
thaa pre-empted. .
"Sec. 13 That the said service shaH be performed ,
within twenty five days for each trip; and that, before I
entering lato swh contract, tae roetmaster eierai aiu -be
sitlalltd of the- ability and disposition; ot th partes,
bona fide and In good faith, to perform tht said ciatract
aad shall require good awl auonesz .ecsruy tor a c pvi
formaact of the same tht service to commence within
twelve months after the signing ef the eoniraci."
Pra csals will accordingly bt retetved at the Con' r act
Office of thePost-OffieDepsrtEWit,nalH Zr it of the-
lat day of Jane 1507, for cwmytats mans naaer tae pr -
visions ot tte above act.
Besides the starting point n tne Jtissusippt river,
biddtis will name the Intermediate potBta proptjed to b
embraced in the route, and otherwise designate Its course
as nearly as practicable.
Senarate proposals are mviua ror smi-moniniy, vwi-
ly and seml-wetkly tr ps each wsy.
The aef istoa czoa ibc pr pw,.. .nv ..
after the Postmaster General ahaH b satisfied tf the
ability and dlipolttn of the parties in good faith to
perform the contract.
A guarantee io oe ixkuwu, hiwitoi n a ...a... .
nretles. that the ctnlraet shall t-s existed with tike
good aecartiy, -whenever th coatractor or eontractors
shall he required vaco so oy in x-oasicr uni-1 .
the service mait eommenw withta twelve mtaths after
tht date of such contract.
Fom of Prspotsl.
v. . of , county of . state or , propose
to convey the entire letter ma't, for the Una tf slj
years, Irora the dite specified in the contrast ftr eosaaen-
etng service, iro , jiir.ia-i.v. . ' ui
to lan FraBCtseoCalifornla, aireeaMy t the advtrtlae
mntof the Postmaster General eX the 20-h. Apr It. tSST,
In gcI fear-horse eoacats or sprtas-wsgons, suiutwicr
ik mavevance of paasengers.as well as the safety aad
security of the mails, aeml-month y, each way. for tbo
anneal sum of ooiiars; weeaiy, eacn way, ror uae
annual sum of dollars; seml-weeuy, each way, a
the annual sum cf dollars.
Form ef Cuzranttt
Th. rersned. resHllni st . State ef under
i.t. thu ir tbe far.z--.lnx bid ftr earrylBg the aail.sti
tht route from , sa the Misels.ippt 'Iver, to SaB i
FraaetMo, California, be aceepted by th Posyaxster
General, the bleWer shall, when retjOtred by the Pailaas-
ter General, enter uno im awri j owi.w.
form the service propeeed, with good aad aafaaent
Thtls'wedatindfrsU'idlngdltlBCUythi obHsattoo nd
ltib.lrtles aasnmed by gaaranters under the 27lh sectioxi
of the act of Congress of July 2, ISM.
DitM. rssgnea cy two sursBtors.j
Fom of Crrtijlcatt.
TV cneVralsnrd. nost-msster of State of ,
certifies, under Ms eath of tee, that he Is aesuaiated
with the above gaaraBtors, and koews tkera ta be men of
I property, and abW to nuke goJ tneir gaaraatee. .
Corifafnlny cendtfiotis fo be incorporated in tit con
tract! to tae extent me iryarici y tij" -i
' Vi. tv wiu be raide for trlsa net serfeetBed; and
for each of each omlMwns wot satlaf actsnly expialmrd
thie tlmea the oa of the trip may be deducted Deduc
tions will also be ordered for a grade ef performance infe
rior ta that i-ct3-d in the coatract. For repeated de-
llaqaencee of the kind herein speeiSrd enlarsen penalties,
prop-irtioaed to the nature thereof and the lmpurtaace ef
the man, may e aoe
dVjrleavtBZb hind or throwing ofTths malls, er any
portion ot them, for the ad.ssHot passengers, or for
being coacerrea ta s..ihk up -r mumui a
veylgjnWUg in advaBte of the mall, a qoarter'a
pay raav Eejitdaeted.
3 Fm-s will be Imposed aaless the aerlBqaency do
promptly and satisfactorily explained by certificates of
pottniasters, or the afOdavita. of olh-r credfMe prsr,
for f ailleg to arrlvo In contract time; fer neglecting to
tAke the mail from or deliver It into a postomcc, ioz am-
l.rerieg it (owing either to the ansattabieness of theplac
or raaruwr ct larrytr g i'j o s wv,
roMkd. or lost; aad tor refu.-ine;. after demaad", to con
vey the mall as frequently as the contractor run! or is
concerned in una tug a coach on the route. '
l Th Postmaster General aT annul the" contract for
repeated failures to run asreeahtv to contract; for vtt
latlng the past office laws, or iltsebevwg I b lastractioru
ot tha Department; for rofu-log todisehargo inmer
when renaired hv the Depart -neat todoeo; forasalCB-
ing the contract without the assent if the Po-tmaster
General; for running an express as atornwiu, r m
trie.cartir.r- nersunt or parxa:es otuveji miunre
Mitt,rMit af tha mall. 41
a. 'A bed received alter the last day and bur nsmed.
cr without the gnaiaaty renaired by law, caaeot be coaM
sidered ia oomoetition with a regular proposal Teatoaa-
Me In ainouct
tf. i ai r J J e, lor Bttiii, .mfm "
rendrme of the tMJir. (thai 14. bis nsHilpwrt cfflee ad-
"drees,) aacr tnose ot ea.u i-mvrr ui a ui,.
-irapany o rs shod dbfcdia'injuy stated
7. Altered, bids shoittd not ttt SBMUttea ; nor savaia
bids oncejnbmlttl be wftborawn.
a. P-ich bid mast be EU.rantled by two ?r more respon-
iM. nr.-n saii.fietorv to the Pcatmatter General.
General caarantK can not be admitted. The bid and.
guarantyshoudhettovtedpl.l y with the IbH name of
t The rvnirtment reserves the richt tn reject any bid
whkhmsybe deemed extravagant, and also the olden
f adinz eontracto' s aca Procters
10. The bid should be sea ei ; superscribed " Ms II pro
posal far overland route toCvlfomla," adclreseea :
a. ,i..iilP,.iLmiiifr General. " Contract 0ce.
11 A modfcicatioa of a bid in. any of its esentht
i.,nu i. tAntametuit to a new bid. aa-1 cannot be received.
to aa to Urftrtfwttn a regular) competlHor. afterthe
last hear set for receiving ows. -15
PDStmaatrrs tie to be 'artful not toierttfy tbesaf-
,H.ntTfir cnarantors or sureties without knowinavthat
they are p- rsoas of sufficient responsibility ; and all bid
der, gua antois, and surety are distinctly notified that,
on a'fallurv to enter Into otetforsar the contracts for the
service proposed fer lr the aeepiea Dtos, meir its na
hiiiti.c will h t-nfnrced aia.stt them
1J. rresent ceatrattarwud peraenaknswn at the De
partment must, equally wHh ohers, pvceure guarantors
and certificates of their suffi.r-ncy substantlaKy In the
forms atove proscribed. The certificate of snacI'BCy
most be signed by a PostmaitJr, or by a Judge at a court
The attention of bidders, gairantors, sureties, fce , Is
Himtnl to ihe foMowtnztaw. viz :
Sec. 3 Act 3Iarch 3, J3K, r ejaltlsVg contractors, ear
.i.r. Ac. tAb- eworn.
Sec. 44. Act of March 3, 1S25, hVreJats.3 to failure to
enter into contract.
See. 21. Aciof Ja'r2. 1S3. liabilttles of guarantors
Sec. 24 Act of JelvS, IS35 authorizing Mdsot tailing
contractors te be rejectee.
Sec. 23 Anactof July 2.1SJJ, IrerelatlaB tocomblna
. . w , ., j .
of April 21, 1S01, provides that nt member of Con
gress can be a contractor.
se 41 An act of March 3. M. pr.vM.-s that no
p-Htmaater, a-eUtaat postmaster, or desk in post oCce
shall be contractor.
Sec 7. Act of Mar h 3, 1825, provi.k tlat rv other
than a fr-e white male person tsa.l te empsojea ia car
rvlnr the raall
The Po.tmastar General wlTieservt hl-nelf the
-rlghtof annulling any centra ct ttaele water the above
act, whenever he shall cfisetver that ibe same, or any
part of it. Is offered fer sale la the market, Jor the pur
pose of eptcuatlon; and he wHl in no ras einenoua
traasferot the tame, In wbolortap4:toan assign e
or sub-contractor lessqealifl- d inwla ..pfnWa'tBaa the
original contractor to carry the tame into nceeful op
eration. AAKOX V BRIIWV,
C AND Y: fiUiVV A CJ 0 R
No. 87 Front How.
J Cr THANKFUL to hlsTrfnds and-th paw'.
!T.JSi,for the very liberal p4tr sif Se-r-d
Si7 him for the last eight yrs.M. LOI'IS M
TEDONICO beES Lave to nf Cr th ctf .-!..
of Memvbls and" vicinity that he wiirtjUtaoil ktrpoi
Ul LlilpU.J ou J .
h.nrt I.ree. aMertment of the be' imported Wii
Claret, Part, Madeira, White, fce. ; ai.o, Scotch Ale end
M. L. Mo.fTEDOXico always keeps on hand a crest
variety of Fancy Candles and Toys, an a. sort m- tt of atiek
Candy, Froaes ln Jars and boves. Kaia., jnpe. every
kind of Fralts and Xuts. Pickle.. lu-rs; Sa-diqes.
Olives, French and English Mnstart. 3 gr irjjoaf and
boxes, Caracao, Maras hlr.o.. Old Wines. GlnifeTjjPre-
serves, Savannah, New lore arm cosioo rr-servv.. ubi
T.nPecDer Sance. Chocolate. Cordu's. Syropi. Ma
rani. Vetmacelll. the best Havana Cigars and a treat
many o'her articles, too numerous to mcnttoi. novo!
for sale very ww, eitaer oy wnoiesaie or r u.
Having, at much expense, secured tar 'ervir-s ot two
of the most experienced worfcmerf T in this city,
flatters blmseif that he cannot be surpass I In arranging
and decorating tabls for Parties WeeWing., ic , with
, .. .-nri.nfi TTArEmerr vr :n ' ni. ciiv. - .
honor to himself and satisfaction to hia eaatomer.
aiflempMs Founder y
Ads ma Street, Memphis, Tenn.,
IS now prepared to da all k.nd of Machine Worn also,
Steamboat Work of every de,cr p ion Stm Engines,
Saw MJls of everv deacrlp'tcn. Cot ten and Wool Ma
chinery, Gin Gearing. Planing Machine. Also. Bras.
Foundery, Casting and Finishing. Steam Gnsge Cocks nd
Casting' of every description heavy Wrought Iron Forg
ing, Wrought Iren Gratinv fr Jil, Bank Vault Cel
lar and Side-Walk Grates, I on Fencing ot every descrip
tion mido to older. Abo, House Fronts, Window Cspj
and 8I1M. ef varlon patterns In a word, I am prepared
to do every description of wi.rk in my Iia.
I have now in shop the latest and nnt Improved pat
terns of Steam Engines. ISAAC PHELON
K. McXessa. Snpeilnlentent feblO-ly
C. K. HO 1ST & SON,
r T'feBB!tr' tB-wL MtrncT7 i
Maln-st-, Old Stand, First Door below Mtnvce,
(The otdett permanent ttand In the. City,)
HAVE eoostantly oa hand all sizes ot Patent M -ta'J
Burial Cases, which they ln aad pat up alr-ath t,
In tht best manner Also, atl kinds ot Wool as Ml
Covered Coffins, which they t'U at a fair price.
Order, frooi tha courtry prumptly attended to Fur
niture tnada and repaired, and Upholstering done.
BalBr, Bale Rape scb. A TwiHe.
rxoHSTlSiTL'X on. hand and for sale by
Soufh Amer)caii Pever &JAgue
Rem 2 -
Is a Cheap, Safe and Permanent Cure,
A5i) IS .4LSOA fREIiNilVE
OF THE VARIOUS FORMS OF
Bilious andlntermittent Fevers.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLEl
THIS preraratlon contains so Artenlcor ifercury.
aad wll aot, ilk the aaay camp nod., now recm
mtndVd for Biltoa ur othe: Feratvs, b-T. the stsssci tr
a eoDditlen raore to b dr.lded tbn lh disease' bet 1 1
.mtroerltiiialti Cruz tire. Prevent w and Betiu
ttve properties, and 1 adapt 1 aB AOkl ana cttj
tlns or tae eyatem.
nearly all the articles wuBn eawr ie nt stfi :
ikmu.l themMltta. tisg y. rt flal agent, ftr tie
cureot Bilious and Iatetmtltent Fevers.
A a prveatie, 'his Jfareiae tuts De usea ry rta
vaVeteeoU, Traveleri, Emigrants, and cthrt, dai tag tht,
Sesmec asd Fall months, when malarious diseases at
most prrvaerBt, -'
ATreaUsyG A LEONARD, New Terr, tn the
disease, with Testis tu Lis and Orttllcaiei af n,r pr- -frcVd.
faJ be obtained gratuiteuaiy, at all rh plact
where the raedictae la told.
ThfoltewiBraUUaor the Krv K M Peas, Sa
terlcteadeatof fteFlv. Poreiti Htwe et lad wtty. a.
given brtuw. Is ene tkat speaks vejlBBits as to tht vajta-Neprtp-rtLsof
Mr. G A- L- osAEo Strr 1 tale a tteassre letrant
raltting toyou the taiktwtBg facts, ta rataiMB t a ear
perfected by ibe use tf jtr S. A Ftvrs Agsfajt.a
tdy. BB-moBeef thelaotates of the State at larasiry.
Jo Toaags who has beta tuOVring froa tht chtlte aad
fever darisg the past five moath,, wit r NtveKbrr last
attacked, aad th- parozyseas were aa sever as aay I
ever knew almost -tBstaat relief was experienced .a
g vioghe first ioe; on toe expected day st r.laa. il
was attmloiitt-red, aad it Bad the happy eOct tf tater
rapttag the paroxysms. 3 race then every vestige of la
d sea.e has left htsa, aad he has revtd 1 1 farmer
wasted appearance and health. Truly years, fce..
New Tore, Jin. 23, 1858. L. M. PEAS3.
IB. A. Leokakd, Esq Deer Sfr: Hiring srfS-red
'rem severe attack, or rrr lac Ague, I had searty de-
spatrra or naOR any ' - , ia icraij vs..
Bat while labortBc- ruder a sevrre attack. It was stjtgeet
ed to try yirTmo)y, and, na'tke ttber rteaedfes 1 ft ad
ased, tt-ha. prtv.a pro pi ana ptraaaatat care, aa I
have never before gtae so kag wlthotfl havtsg areeaia rt
-the eamplaiBt, and can recommetrd the S A. Fever aad
AgMReaaedytaj a valuable oaeltrtM etstcwai etuttE
the disease. ROBT F PHILPIT.
Xzw Tori. Dec. I. IS55. Car. Wan aarwaler-st.
MrC F. Ster inc. efjtbli city, has eosaented to tht
publication ot the ttthiwtag farta, over his igBatarv
roaeerniBg a ojrre perrrctea r..a bsc. or ibis rerey,
whRh facts are cnohorater by the Rev. L. M Ptaa,
who was acarlatd with all th elresmstaaces.
Mr G A. Ltonabd Bear Sir: Seme tea da) s stare,
I beard of a poor bat, deserving German, In Malteny
street, who wit satfriag from, a aeve.e aitaktt csiaia
aad fever, coatracttd la the law grot U, aearjiewark
K. J. I gavr hlta cue bottl tf yoar SetMh Aaericta
Fever aad Ague Beat edy, aad It aatrcs me ple.tBte ta
say that the dteeaae aa been brtken ap by lta ase, aad a
petmarwnt care effected. Truly years,
New TOEST, Nov. 5. If 55. A F STERLING.
I am acqaite'ed w.th the facts set forth Is tteabovt
certificate, tad can wttaett to the trat i t Ike t 4e
ments therein- contained. L. M-PXASE.
Bspt Five Pttnls Heeuc ef IntJuitry.
The following Certificates of Fred'k L. HerOe a:d
Henry Meier, are among these-pecatiar tales ta wfct h
ptmin9ltvrcaa be effected. nt-twttbstasdiBg their
cntinBdxjuanretoprdisptBt;raaset At tar. 1st
the core were perfected, they wet engaged In the Cti m
kal Weak ( Mesars. Chas PBzcr.fc Co , tf this city.
After bavttg beei troubled with Fever aad Agn fer
ncarlya whvle soBth, aad swallowed lets at Qcasia. st
acquaintance at mine reeorrrmBded to try a battt t
what is called the South Americas Fever an Ague Ra
edy, aod ears enongti it woiked like a charm. 1 1 ut it,
only oae day. aad that was the last 1 saw af the fever.
ItlswttkgRalBfeasart that I state this fart for i ho
benefit or at w,'m it may concern, and wish eve-ybody
the same swteesa la majterinzthn ditrteg eUsae,
which is Mtrty escagh, it they will fosttw ay exaaepee.
FRED'S L. HERTLE.
August, K55. 41 Whfaste-st,, BftotljB.
I have had the Fever aad Agae for wwtal weesa,
which kept me at httae. usable to work. I tried a i-tn-ter
of prrscriptloss. withoat SodlBJ aay rJW. -a 1 say
factory bts smt me a htttle tf the Sttrth Aaterlcaa Fe
ver aad Agae Rdy. whtch I have ateat, asd atttt mom
diy foaid myself tnttretr cared. I hvt had at stt aek
stBet 'lbat tlra. row oarteea raeths, asd fori great
oanfideBCe la this valaaMe medtclee, to wMth I ewe my
recovery. HBNRT MEIER.
Sept. 20, tsS5. 9M eB-st., WUtaaBMbaiah.
The cevtirjcates of-Mr. J. G. UBOrhiTt, Brasaitt f
Jamaica, N, T.. aad tats received throBca hlta, will ha
read with, atoch latetesr, not only t ion the very rea yeet
abie character! telirl. brt that tfc m tattsas was
used seder very aatavaraMe etfcaatttacc. aael aly
wten ether resa-.il ha beer bs4 wtthnut street s
Mr G A. LeokaKd, X. T. Bear Sir: latteeed y a
win find same eertUt tea of tho gted eSVets tr ytar
icine In this rleee It gives .ItsfaCtltB to ev. ry
4hat has ased It, at the l tie will sacrease as It bei
katwn. I take tae reftseiMlitr to warraat It mad, aad
Stephen H'Vrn of this place, tent a bottl taeeied.
wife's sitter wllh Hkt good retail as when Uf-Te peaads ct
Mrairf aad wife. Mr H. ts aa tU ataa. a very re.agf j bat no
table citizen of tale place, asd la weB katwn. ' lncsdnot it
Tiury yom. fce , JAS. G. UNDSRHIt" tie Cem-
jAJtAlCAf N. T., Sept. 28, 1655. " aoat rt
We, the ai r;n.d. have ued the S. A Remedy , .
Fever and Agae and Iateraaittiag Fevers, asd v 111
ha inaiwi a permfc rare k uuikiij , i luami. , a,
with mBC.psraare recttena K to sat bswik at a s;
and cheaa medicine
ELBERT COXSLIX. WM.JOHXS4JN,
. CHARI B3 J GALE, WM. BEXNKTT.
Jamaica. N. T . Sept. 27,IS.
Mb. J. G UsDEBHtt,rBgglt, fce JJcvxr Sir: I
have seed l5e,Sotvh Americaa Rnatdy, se btchly reetei
mBded ay , bath fr myself asd wife, aad we aava
bs car d. I Mierr 1 is the best medtelw tor tert
chUH at-lever out. I shaaU not have used; K Ityva
did set Tirrut "a care, but bow I am satisfied It Is tit
yoa recommended it te be. Ttors. rttpect laNyv
Jamaica, X. T., Sept 27. 1855.
Mr G. A. LtOJiABr Dear Sir: My amber, aa aged
lady, was tQMted wi'h ta ehi! a and fever very bad bat
summer, awl aaviag heard oar medtelBe hscMy rrevat-men-led,
he was induced to try It ; ai tei taking oae aad
a half botijw, see wa perfectly cured, aad I cse-erraflr
rreaarsesd It as a safe and tare care
Respectfully, joara, G. X. CODWttE
Mtre.crtieeata might be added to twetl the Hst. but
a dHcacy ts the part of many ta have their same appear
la prist, prevent a sabHcalk .f thea The a ov,
btwever, are SBtaeieBt evtel eecea to estaMish the fact
that tMa remedy Is wnbent aa eajaal ftr the per saeat
care of the Fee er and Agae
A saaiy ef th above Medtclne aa band snd ftr tale by
- -crmn fc jnvsi
Whjtesale Agents far Mtmahls.
oitut-t to PoxxaT
KsTtHK cebtnatlea. ot lngredteots In these pms are ta
i X re. ul t of a Ions and extensive practice. They ara
mUd la their operation, ana certain tn correcting au ir
regularities, painful menstruation, removing all obstruc
tions, whether frcta eotd or otherwise, headache, pain la
the side, palpitation of the heart, disturbed sleep, which
alwavs arise from Interruption of nature. They caa ba
saccessfcl !y used as a preventive. These PUIS shoal d
never be taken In pregnancy, as they would bo sure to
cause, a miscarriage. Warranted pttrely vegetable, sjvt
free- from anything injurious to Hf or health. Eipiicit
cUrectlons, which should be read, accs-pany each box.
Price 41. For tale In Memphis by
, S. MANSFIELD fc CO.
G. D JOHNSON,
WARS fc JONES
E3 Sent by mad by enclosing 1 to Dr. CORNELIUS
L-CHEESEMAX, No. 122 Broadway, New Tork.
C XT 3 Xi 33 -T3
GREAT PRIZE SiKSAPARlLLA,
AWARDED 11SX OCTOBER, "
Si te bestand only jnis compound ofti' ' o
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ioOTsvrL AinnrAL -XHiamcs.
THIS wonderful preparation, so Jus' ly appreciate J by
the, American people, hat now becetae the Hacrd
remedy ot tie age. The affile ted bear tutlmenr f B3
nurvelou properties, and the nnhsppy, pam-wcrr and
exhansted sufferers rejoice there It help,- when K va
railed. Ont of the. Ircridreda ot Uses scatter vtr
I M.sslsslcnl. Alabama. Wlscaasts. Missouri.; led aael
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Dr T. A. HURLET'S Manufactory, earner oLT 7ioth
and Greene streets, Loaisvffie, y., irhera a idtrt
For sale by H. F. FARX3 ORXH fc CO., and CHAN
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- Price ai per bottle, or six for $3. sepgl-dtwly
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aept-3awly , DmrxlsU'and Apothecarte. '
Odd FeDows' naU Block. Merrrd.1
l HAva,jat reoavexVomtof ihoe -.
gaat FRENCH BOURDOIR PIANOi
from' the celebrated Plia Factory -yte
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k da cafpretenf to give lessor, on any rtjaibei and
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