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TIIEE'seeenceonSeettry street first oaebe
Uw Bea! street, on ibe weft side cf iby street
uhtr Wrn. Bowles aaw resides. Pesseieioa
riven 15th lust- Apply to
Residence for Rent.
tra ifir for Rest tfce large and rfeslrable
recmtlv occupied by S Fowlkes,
situated an Alum street, a Jew daor below
I vh.ra There are connected -with It. two DOT
ttftrfnt, a titeben, stable aud spacious garden. Passes-
'V rmri rns MnrrNT St CO..
ISO Acres of Land.
nTfi k rw.n Trart. aitnated en tto Pigeon
Rust nmt road, four miles from tie cHy, lor sale,-
atra-'Ereat bargain if MM In a body. The tract Is partly
ln'M; All lie land Mc well, tt Terr rlea. and In
: ne. healthy neiSrJrhoo4. O B. LOOK.
-2JjI-ir jLaCfciqncxT -ta .
DESIGNING to Improve another lot Imrae-
l dlttelT, I wiQ sell my preitnt resWence to a
punctual parenaser on geoa tfrmi it uuupii.n
4 v icren. is eoaifortbiv improved, and UBques-
riMWi one ef tbe most beautiful and most neahhy sites
; .fJ,lE Tlcmiy ci jurapuis.
FM. r. POSTON.
, BiO II
A DWEDLIXG HOUSE, cn Adams street.
fn.r the iDUrseetion of Adams and Third
streets) it bting tbtum at present oceapied by
.James Blder. and adjoining the residence! the
eabasriber. Possession siren on ine m or jurenext.
PAT, M. CURRIX
REAL. ESTATE FOR SAL.E.
r wive w tai nine acres or not u.iu,m
oated oa the Memrnls and Charleston Railroad,
about two ralles and a half from Court oqusre.
if Those desiring eaeap prenxjiy, oa cay mm-.,
vH consult their interest in applying early to
G. C. WHITE,
apJ-tf At Phillips & White 's, -Zi Main street.
THE sonthhalf of LotXo. 42, fronting 37H feet on
CMckasaw street, and running back ItS H feet. On
vit there is a small comfortable bonse. The term
.VareMbersO. Apply t G. B LOCKE,
rnarlO-tf Acctloaeer and Real BsUte Broker,
T.ot at Private Sale.
T OPFKR for sale, coon easy terras. unlraproTed Lota,
1 111. ltl. ItS, 155, 18S, lOi, 111, 123- improrea Ixiis,
161 and 170 being en the plan of subdivision of Grrenlaw
Safiarracs, Looney a. ieeie. u. a. buiwi,
rvT?-tf Anettoneer and Eaal Itstate Brr-lrer.
Thos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
t ttit-h r alelhe Sesldeaca and 183X acres eflaad
X Veloaging ts Thomas Peters. Esq., lyms en the State
U e Bead and the Memphis and Charleston Bailroad, 31
nllet east of Memphis, at Bray's SUtlon The loprore-
seaU consists of a 2we ling, bciit In Gothic Styie, t large
nd 4 small otes. TTith olisets. store roccis, sc.
Kitchen, J serrantV rooms, cistern, wen, stables and
aara, earrlage honse, wagea shed. At, fce In short, it
is one of the best Improved places la Shelby coanty, all
ew aid In perfect order. I wia sell the improvements
aad SSK acres of land, or a!l together. If desire-, I will
y it., .irv-i or kbeen. hoes, and cattle, corn, focier. cats
aad fork, alanshtertd and packed In the smoke honse. A
hmin will bo clvea. Ailly to Thos. Peters, on the
rrmlses, or to G- B. LOCKE,
dee SI Anettoneer and Heal Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
IOKFKS for sale, npon gooA teras the former Resi
dence cl CP. ting, E.,lj1c;i the north s.lis of
fke new SUte-Uno road, a mile and a halt east of the
ly. The tract contains 11 arres, and is Improved with
a small residence of three rooms, well and etter Improve
ncnls. Also, a fonr acre wood lot, nearty opposite. Tils tract
U within three qnaaters of a mOe of a goud church and
scbooi. and Is In one of the best and healthiest nelghtor-
ksods in tbe victntiy or jiempms. . a. luuu.,
ssovll Acctluneer and Real Estate Broker.
THEsbecrlbercCV'rl8 ttf tract cf land
oa which he now resides, in Hayweod connty,
tfTenneseee, throngh which the Memphis and Ohio
,mAm- Titln-nl f'""' Sale tract contains about fonr
theciasd acres. Ths Improvements consist of a Sne
frame dwtJUng, with tea rooms, negro quarters, gin
tense. staMes. a ne steam and grist mill, good orchards,
aad ail the necessary improvements for a large farm, or
can be conveniently divided into several small cnes. for
cealth and fertility of soil this place Is nnsorpassed ty
anyintbecavatry. For farther partlealirs apply to the
nbfcriber on the prsmiees.
dKtO-dawfl THOS- SHAPABD.
Ddhs anil ctftonftg.
NEW & VALUABLE BOOKS
JTJST BEcftlTXD HI
LAMB, YOiTNG & CO,,
No. 259, Main Street. .
BIOGRAPHICAL and Btor kal Sketches.by Macaulay;
Xew Elagrapbiet, by Macaular;
Sijsid Taylor's Travels. 6 tbIs., 12 sac;
ts Americans In Japan . an abridgement cf the gov
ernment narralitr of tfceU. S. Expedlttan to Japan
vsder Otmmore Perry, by Tomes ;
Stings Xot Generally Known : a popmlsr hand-book cf
Facts, not readily accessltle in History, Literature
an Science, edited by i). A. "Wells a new snd val
Poems, Xatteaal and Patriotic, ty G. "W. Culler;
Keacmarchals and bis limes, or dsetefces cf Fiecch So
ciety la the 15th Century, by Leul D. Lomeiiis;
lavailoa aad Captarejh. "Wasbiogton, ty 'WBhsras ;
Ifashingtsn la BwsesHc Ufe,tremorigiasl letters and
saaauscripts, by Kichard Bush;
The American Citlien : bis nghfs and dalles eecerdtag to
the spirit of the U. S States, by Jsba Henry Hep
kias, D D. L L V (A bsek of rare rierit eae
which every man should read and carefaMy weigh its
wise and patriotic precepts. )
VM is and Cottages, by Vaux a new and Talubfe werk ;
laquire Within for Anything "Worth Knewings sr ev r
TTOa fact worth knowing;
t?sllaee'the Hero of Scotland, by Reynolds;
Mooarchs Retired from Bus: nets, by Doran ;
SsUIes and Frowns, by Sarah A "Weuti.
A large assortment of MEDICAL "BOOKS, and a great
variety ef MiseeUaneees Eocis, for sale at the very lew
it cash pneea. ray7
Tlic Rights and Duties of tlie
TOE Amerkad UUxes. His Rights and Daties, award
ing to the spirit of the CoruUtutlen cf the United
State ; by Bishop Hopkins
Seed-Grain for Tbeogat awl Diseuisien, a compilation;
by Anna C. LowvO.. in two vols.
EMhie Brande, a ?ire.1e Itlstary cf a Quiet Life; by
Halm 3 Lee.
El Bringe, cr Xew Mexico and Her People ; by TT. "W. n.
Davis, Utt r ui ted States Attonwy.
Ylvia, "or The Secret of Power ; by Mis. Seuthworth
The Golden Legacy, Story t Life's Phases ; 1T4 a Lady.
Xew Biographies of lHustrtoGr Men.
Harper's Scboel History.
Al'o, a large assortment ef Pamphlets F!ays,eircraelzg
tb Medern Standard Drama. French's Drama, Spencer's
Roston Theatre, he., k.z. For sale by
apCS.daw CLEAVES & GUIOX.
Books for Every Library.
BSXTOX'S Abridgement orHfee Debates of Congress;
Bexicn's Thirty Tears In the United Slates Senate,
Private Correspondence of Daniel Webster, two valt.j
Webster's Wtrks. 6 vols.;
Jehn C. Calhoun's Works, 6 vols.;
Cane's Arctic Explorations, two vols.;
CatHn's Xerth American Indians. 2 vols ;
Campb Il's Lives of the Lord Chancellor, 7 vols.;
CsmsbeU's Lives ef the Chief Justtcea, S vols.;
Miss Strickland's Lives of the Qseeasef England, 6 vAs.;
Xauerof t'a History of .he United States,6 vols.;
The Srltlsh Essayists, 2 vols ;
Sayckiack s Cyclopedia ef Arae-ican LKeratu:,S vols.;
Irvlng's life of Wahtcgton, t vols.;
Spark's American Biegrapby. 15 vols.;
Selections tor Sabbath Seadiug. For ssle by
aplJ CLEATES It GUIOX.
IXTERES1 EVG BOOKS.
THBODOSIA EHXEST, Tolume 1 ; Or, Ten Days' Tra
vel in Search of the Chnrch.
The Giant Killer; Or, The Battle Which All Must
Scampavias from Gibel Tares to Stamboul, by Lieut.
Wise, C. S. X.
Fifty Tears In Beth Hem'rpberes; Or, Reminiscences
et the Life of a Former Merchant, by Vincent Xeite, late
Chambers' Hlstery of the Russian War, 15M-'5, vrtthll
Maps, Plans aad Wood Jongravtags.
Curtis' Works, 6 vols., embracing XUe Xotes, Hewadji
fa Syria, Petiphar Papers, aad Prse and I.
Callins' Xorth ABaerican Indians, 2 vela.
Charles Lamb's Works, 4 vols.
Hood's Works, 4 vets. For sale ty
apS CLEATES & GPI0X.
A FEW copies of "WASHIXGIOX CROSSIXG THB
DELAWARE " Palnttd by E. Leslie, and engraved
A large assortment of French lithographs and Slel
Engravings, suitaMe for Grecian Painti'g, wen worthy
the attention of Teachers; thse rrUhing, would do weC
to ea8 early and make setecthMia.
Beaton's Abridgrrarnt of the Debates In Congress ffm
ITS9 to 1796, bosBd in mntlin or law sheep.
Bsyckink's Cyciepedia of American Literature, In two
Tine lCao. Fucket edition cf Longfellow's Pcemt.
cfTenn, son's "
Tcr sale by CLEATES & GOTOX.
LIST OF LATE PUBLICATIONS
FOB. gAXX ST
Vleaves & Guion.
THE Artist's Bride; or. Tea Pawnbroker's Heir, by
Emerson Bennett, author of 'Pralrl- Flower," &c
Oid Haen, the Pawnbrt.ker e-r, The Orphan's 1a gacy ;
A Tali of XewTork, Founded on Facts ;
laqulre Within for Anphing Ton Wtnt to Know; or,
, over znree ineusaaa ana seven iid-Jrrci Facts
. jfeworta knowing
.jAMicBced to be oae
A Slry of Lite's Phases, pro
of the best novels written by a
Sh'eerfaldTestof Modern Spiritualism; by WlBlam
lUioroon, u. v..
Tweod ; A Book of Mem Trie ;
tttbie Brande ; A Fireside History cf a Quiet Life ;
t Poetical Works of Horace Smith and James Smith ;
aataers or me jtejeciea Auureaiec, wim ror-
tralts and Elograpnlcal Sketch; edited by Epes Bsr
gent; arior Dramas; or. Dramatic Scenes for Home Amuse-
meats ; by Wm. B. Powle.
x-ar!6 SLEATES k GTJIOX.
JLtimher f Rannber I
I HATE the largest assortment of Lumber on hand I
have ever otTered, consisting In part cf Seasoned Cy
press and Poplar, H, 1, 1 X and 2 leches wide snd clear;
W aad BxIO; Joiee 2x6, 2x8, 2x10 and 2x12 ; Scant
Ifag 2x, 2x5, 2x6, Ixt, 4xf, and 1x6; Weatherboardlng,
Sheeting, Shingles and Walnut Lumber on hand ; also a
Targe lot of dressed Tellow Pine Flooring and rough Pop
lar Flooring, Red Cedar Posts of all sixes.
Tard on Battnre, South side cf Centre Landldg.
jualS-dlwawlr M. E. COCHRAX.
M'LLE MA3TVERS, Parisiennc,
WHO speaks EngUsh Suently, withes to give lessocs
in the French and Spinlsh Languages, and also In
"Vocal Music M'lle Makvi rs would be Had. to attend
tehools, or give private lessons. MUe.M. brings lestl
raoclals f rem the highest pe'sanig'i In thla country,
signed by President Fierce, Got. Aiken, (S. C.,) Senator
Butler, Oa. Jefferson Davis, &c., which the will be hap
py to exh!t, r
Apply t Mr. BulUey's, Hernando street, next door te
IS late VxyorCarroh's residence, or at tt MnskSlorei.
sniRTfi! SHIRTS! 'SHIRTS J
TCST received a large Invoice of Shirts from tbe Golden
J Hill Manufactory, Connecticut, cat and made with all
h. liiHt tmorovexnents. G'nllcmen In search of an
easy, neat fitting Shirt win and pur assortment com
plete to select from every site, shape and quality at lio.
6 Jenersoa sireei. - .
LIKEN and Silk Handkerchiefs, Plain and Fancy Bor
ders, hemmed ready for use, at He 5 Jefferson street.
will kiiic Canes.
G6LD. Ivory, and Pearl ntaded Ebony, Mslatea, Par
tridge Wood and Hickoiy Crook "Walking Canes, at
Jfe. SJegerson street. t
RECEIVED, and will receive weekly during Spring and
Summer, tbe ehicet articles for Gents and Tenths'
wear The stoc la large and pretty complete, consisting
ef a great variety of
Coats, Pants and vests,
ai.b. T-nralshinc Goods. Hats. Trunks, Umbrellas, kc.
Towhiehlheatteutlenof ccsUmers and the public Is
rt-Stare corner TJnlen snd Shelby streets; Eranch
mvl-lm J AS. 0. irAED.
gj" Enquirer copy two weeks.
KEWSPlllSG AXD SU3DIER GOODS,
3cp O jFt 1857.
JAS. A- STEEETT & CO.,
KO I191IAIK-ST., OPP03ITB ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
" A SB just opening a choics stock of FAXCT and STA-
X. PLE 3RT GOODS, whlcn mey ocsr low inr wh, di
the usual time to prompt customers. M"e Invite tte at
tention ff city and country buyers to call and exsmlne
onr stock before parchssiBg eisewnere. utr
in e rlrh Tiren Silks. Silk Tissues. B-reges,
Orgsndies, French Cambrics, Lawns, Preach, EngUsh
ALSO, Silt Tissue, Berege, Organdie, Jscon-tt and
Lawn Etbes o! the newest design; Lace Shawls and
Mantillas, new and elegsnl styles.
T?amily Furnishing Materials,
rni,(inf in TMrt of TJeen and Cotton Sheetlsg, all
-ts. nn.'ttlet. Pillow Case Linens, double and sln-
rle Damask Table CToths. Xapklns, Diapers, D.?les,
T wellngs. Curtain Material, ef all 4-scrlptlons, Mar
..:it. rtniit. ,nr PnTiBteranes Dlmtues. Jtc
m...h.4 .ni trown Rheetlcc and EhlrtUg Plain and
Striped Osnaburgs. it. Ticking, Striped Cettonides;
Apron Checks. Flannels, Jeans. 4c; White Goods, con-
silting of Plain, usurer, aa .
..i . unii ftr Rmhrotde rles and Laces.
liandiomev'WoTked Setts, Collars, Brands. 4e .Infants'
tt..vi Tif,... Plain and Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, nosiery. Fancy EelU, Fans, Perfumery, Small
Ills our Intention to nskeDry Goods th leading fea
ture ol business, and our friends can rely upon inding at
all times a fall and complete assortment.
ClotMng and Furnishing. Goods.
Stock la this lino manufactured under ear own super
vision.' Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Trunks, Carpet Bags, i e.
Gentlemcns' Boys and Chlldrens'
Sole Ijeatlxcr Trunts, Car
pet Bags, &c., fcc,
243 MAIN STREET, TJJiiON BLOCK,
. MEMPHIS, TKXXKSSKE.
WE are now receiving our SPRING AXD SUMMER
STOCK, which will be found oomi-leto la quality,
styles and prices. We have j.
630 Spring and Summer Cssstnere Sulta, "seme very,
COf! pali s rancy Casslmere Pantaloons. " at all prices ; "
600 pairs Black Casilmere and Drap E Tete Pantaloons ;
300 Black Cloth Frock and Dress Coats, some vtjj fine;"
Wn Cloth Dre?s Coats, "good stjle;" f
Black and Fancy Silk Tests, Raglan Patterns and styles ;
600 Fancy and White Marseilles Tests, Raglan style;
Rich White Figured Satin Tests, new styles ;
S0 White Linen Frocks and Raglaas ;
600 Kltck Drap E Tete, Alpacca and Cashmere Frockfand
. Raglan Ceats;
Spring Ca'simere Raglan Over Coats ;
600 oien White and Fancy. Shirts, amng which win be
'fnnd all the styles.
We also have a large stock of Medlura Goods.
.We respectfully solicit an examlnatiea of our stork.
The rxi ccs will be found low.
narl7 . SPITET & CLARKE.
vrnoLtsAix akd bztail bxalxb. is
GESTLEMES'S AND BOYS
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags,
S43 MAIX STREET,
Unioa Block, Opposite Court Square.
rTJR. terras are auh. which enables ns te sell at the
J lewest prices. We reepectfnay solicit a call from all
la want of Clothing.
Spring mid Summer
T S AT jK .
BUlXUFACTUREHS OF 3IEIVS'
AXD WnOUUALE OEAUCBA IX
Staplo and. Domestio Dry Goods,
BOOTS, S1IOE3 AXD PLJlTERS, GOODS.
OUR facilities this year teing of such a nature we are
enabled tooSVr our Spring and Sammer stock, which
Is unusually large, to the trads and eitlxens geaeially at
tte very lowest rates. Country Merchants and River
Traders i psrticula, are earnestly requested to call and
extaln? our stock before purchasing elsewkjre.
SIMON S. SEESSEL, Front Row,
Corner JefTeraon-st., -under Commercial Hotel.
187 xvr.xir st.,
Under the Worsliam House.
TEE subscriber begs leave to anneunce to Ms custom
ers and the citizens of Memphis that he has return
ed from Xew Tork with a f nil assortment of most splen
did Good, which he is prepared to make up for cash on
sbor notice. eep6-ly
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP HEUPHIS, TBNN.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL I GCARAXTT CAPITAL
$109,000. I $100,000.
'"tHAETKRBU bj the Legislature of Tennessee, Session
J ef 1855-'6, to make Fire, Life and Marine Insurance
and to cause themselves to be le-lnsured when deemed
expedient. Inview of which they have arranged with
the following Companies, for re-Insurance by means of
British Commercial Life, Louden Capital $S 000,000
EqnitaMe Fire, " 2,000,000
International Life, ' " 2 600,000
Knickerbocker Life, Utited State, " J 2a0.0t0
Great W. stern Marine, " " 1,000,000
Howard Fire Mid Marine, , " 600,000
Consolidated Fire " 00 0C0
At the annual election on Tuesday, the 10th listant, the
following Directors and Committee were elected fortte
JAMES B. THORXTOX, L. J. DCPREB,
GEO R. GEAXT. TIlOS. McADAM,
STEPI1EX B. CURTIS, J. H. MULFORD,
HEXRT 8. tlXG, JOS. EAEBIEi B, Jtv
JAMES BOKO. ,
S. B. CURTIS. L. J. DUPREE, H. 3, EllsG.
MtiUtel Examiner Gi O. B. GRANT, 1 . S3.
Attorney J. B.THORXTOX, Ese;.
AtiutedbyS. P. BAXKHEAD. Esq.
And at a meeting of the new Directory Wodneeisy,
the 11th last., the fo'Jowing oCcers were tbssea far the
JAMES B. THORXTOX, Prettier! t.
GEO R. GRAXT, Vict President.
THOS. McADAM. Secretary.
.OFFICE Xo. S, Madison street, corner Trent Bow.
OF STEAMBOATS, Steamboat Boilers, and Bteambof t
Machinery, under the provisions of the Acta of Con
gress cf 1633 and 1812. Onre, 8 Madison street.
mat THOMA3 McADAM. Intpector.
wva-nvm irn mnn ivcnn mn ein
Of NashviUe, Tenn.
CAPITAL, :::::: $150,000.
JOSEPH VAULT Ptce". A. W. BUTLER, EeCy.
John M H1U, Alex. Allison, Thompson Andersen,
Jamta Coney, R. H. Gardner, F. A. Owen,
G. M. Fogg, Joseph Vaulx, James Ellis,
X. J!. Allcwty, W. S. Eakln.
KARtKE IKSURAXCE on Cargoes and FrslghU tmdet
open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risks ot.
Merchandise, by stetmboats, railroads, or land carriage ;
also, hazards on rivers and Uses to or from any part of
the United States.
FIRE IKSURAXCE oa buildings, dwelling or other
ksuses, roods In store, furniture, fcc, in town or country.
J3Negroes lnssxed against the dangers ef the river.
J. G. LOXSDALE, Agent, -Office
J efferson street, Memphis.
The Mutual Life Insurance Copaay,
OF XEW TORE.
Accumulated Fund, $3,000,080.
THE rates adopted by this Company are baaed upon the
most correct observations. Policy holders get all thn'gains
of the Company, as It Is purely mutual, having no pref er
red stocser other capital to Use la first frulu ot pteMti
trcra the larured.
Any person wishing Insurance on his or her life vlll re
ceive all information, together with the requisite forai (1
application, by calling n J. O. LOXSDALE,
Agent Mutual Life Insurance Company,
eetll-lr Offle Jeffersoa street. Memphis.
TO TUE LADIES AXD GEXTLE3IEX OF
JAMES MTLLS0X, formerly ef Clnda
rati. -Ohio, vrould-rcsaectrutly announce to
the cltlxeasf Memphis that he has opened!
a BLEACUISG and PRESSIXG Establishment on Unlca
street, near D'Sota, wnere uonneia. fiats, uipsry ana
Gents' Hats -will be done is the best style for tboie wto
favcr him with their patronage . Also, Bonneta dyed and
pressed for itorts, at low price.
Please give him a call, e Cnloa street, of ar Defiote,
SWAN & OO.'S LOTTERIES.
Capital Prize 50,000.
TICKETS ONLY 810!
O-uriKG to the irreat favor with whlco ourair.gi num
ber Lotteries have been received by the nubile, and
tbe large demand forllckets.the Managrrs. 3 SWAh &
CO.. win have a drawing each Saturday throughout the
year. Tfce MSowinx Scat ra will be drawn la each cf
tusir Lotteries for May, l&a.
CTJjASS 3-0., "
To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, In public,
on SAT0P.DAT, MaySd, 1S37.
To be drawn In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SATUEDAT, May Sth, 1S57.
To be drawn In tue city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SATOBDAT, May 16th, 1S57.
Te be drawn In the city cf AUanta, Georgia, In public, cn
SATrRDAT, May 2J, 1S37.
To be drawn In tho city of Atlanta. Georgia, In public, on
SATUBDAT, May 30th, 1S57, on the plan of
Single Jumhers !
3,290 E'zrisEos ! !
More than Ono Prizo to Every Ten
TO 1C DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IS MAT.
1 Prlss f $60,003 i'..
1 20,000 is..
ID ooo is..
2 600 Is
2 600 Is
4 Prlxes of $225 Aprox'tlng to $60,000 Priie are $300
1390 prlxes amounting to $204,000
Wholo Tickets, 610; Halves, $5 00;
Quarters, 8a oo.
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 to 30.000, corresponding with those
Xumbers on the Tickets printed on separate slips cf pa
per, are encircled with 6raail tin tubes and placed In one
The fl'st218Prix's. similarly printed and encircled, are
placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawa
from the wheel of numbers, and at the same time a Prise
Is drawn from tbebther wheel. The Xumber and rrlse
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registredby the Commissioners ; ite Plte being placed
against the sumcer orawn nis operauoa u
until all the prixes ars drawn out
AmkOxixatios Phizes. The twoprecedlngand the
two succeeding X umbers to those drawing the first IS
Prla will be entitled ti tha 72 Approximation Piir.es, ac
cording to the sche-ne.
rT- The 3,000 Prirrj of $20 will be determined by the
lastflsure of the number that draws tb $60,000 Prhe.
Forexsmple, If the Xumbers drawing $50,000 Priie ends
with Xd. 1, then all theTickets where thenumber ends
In 1 will be entitled to $20. If the Xumber ends with
Xo. 2, then all theTickets wherejhe number ends in 2
will be entitleM to $20," and so on tb 0.
-Certificates ot Packages will be sold at the following
rates, which iitherltk : r
Certificate of Package'cf 10 Whole Tickets $80 00
" 10 Half " 40 00
' 10 Quarter " 20 00
" 10 Eighth " 10 00
la ordering Tickets or CerUdcatcs, enclose the money
to our addrea. for th Tickets ordered,on receipt of which
they win be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can
haveTiekets eading in any figure they msy designate.
The list of drawa nhmbers and prlxes will be foi ward
ed 'to purchasers Immediately after the drawing.
" Purchasers will please write their t?nitures plain aad
give their Pest OSte, Coonty and Slate.
- J3" Remember that every Prise Is drawn and payable
la full without deduction.
XjT All Prises cf $1,000 and under, paid Immediately
after the drawing other Priies at the usual time of
Q" All commnaIcatiBS strictly eonfidentlil.
Address order: forTieket or Certificates of.PacksgesJo
S. SWAX" Sl CO., Atlanta, Ga.
3. SWAX tCO., Montgomery. Ala.
53" A list of thennmberf'"that are drawn from the
wheel, with the amount ef the prize that each one Is en
titled to. will bepaUlbcI alter every drawing In the fol
lowing papers : Xew Orleans Delta,. Mobile Register,
Cnsriestoo. Standard, Xashville Gazette, Atlinta Iot'lU
gencer, Xew Ysrk Wiekly Day Eoos, and Savannah
Planters, Look to Your Interest!
WE are till agents for the sale of tte BAGIK QIX
STAXD Aetn! teste prove that the Gin now be
lng manufactured are tbJbrtt la aae.
For UgBtneesef draught, speed, and making a fine sam
ple, thete Gin ctnoot be equaled.
Xow Is tlw time townd In yeur orders, so as to have
them made and to anlv here in lime fer the next crup.
nAREIS, WORMEl ET H CO., A Rents,
mr25 dar3ra Xo. 8 Front Row, Memphis.
S. S. TKrtJIEART
TRUE HEART & W00DS0N,
Manulacturcrs of Southern Star Cotton Gin,
RBSFECTFULLT call the attention of the pub!c, par
ticularly theOo toarisut'r , to their GIS MAhU
FACTORT, bsb la success falep ration ia this place. We
deem It unnecessary to p-.b isi any testimonials of the
good perfermsoees of our Gins, tteugh many could be
procired of gentlemen who are now uiag item men of
high reputation as planters, and wou"d not be atlfied
with any but a good Gin ; and we will oaly add that we
are determined to spare no palnn or means to mate a
Cotton Gta that will pliase the Planter.
In addition to the Gin we formerly tdvf rtls'd and sold
for $3 per saw, we are now filtlnpup i fmprcrcJ ttyle,
at con-Merable adilflenal expense, trl ich we will sell at
$3 60 per saw.
A sample or our Gins can always b seen at Messrs.
Graham & Hill's, who are our agents la Memphis.
Gentlemen Planters, send In your orders with speclfl
cations, and thi-y shall be promptly attended to. A suf
flcleut guaranty given In every sale.
53" Bee-airing done with neatness and dispatch.
Important to Cotton Planters!
THE TAYLOR TRE5IIUM C0TI0XGIN,
MlXTFACTUnXD BT -
4CLEHANS, BEOWN & CO.,
THE subscriber begs leave to call the attention cf
Planters to an examination et the merits of these
f!in stand, which nostess in a sxeater degree the duali
ties to be desidln ' Cotton Gin vl. : Speed, Light
Draugal, ana uooo iampie man any urn cxwoi, uu
are offered oa as reasonable terms as any establishment
la the South.
I feel fully authorlzedln saying tint I can f urnih, all
things considered, a superior Gin Stand to any factory
the United States.
Messrs. Fovlkes, Mount It Co. are agents for the sale
of these Gins, who willkeep a supply of various sizes on
hand, or will order any ?lre au short notice. Office on
Jefferson street. Memphis, Tenn.
mar20-dtwaw6m S-TnORXTOX. Ag't.
Premium Cotton Gins.
THE attention ot Cotton Planters Is respectfully called
to the above superior Gins, manufactured by E. Car.
ver & Co., East Brldgewater, Mass. Under a rea at im
provement, th Carver Gins are regarded as th best now
la general use; their superiority needs no comments frcra
us, as thousands are now In successful operation in th
We have ca hand fifty Gins, embracing all the different
sizes and numbers of saws.
Also 10 and 12 feet se.Tment bolts, washers, &c, com.
rlete, all cf -which we offer to or f rleads upon the usual
ttrms and time. GWTXX & GIBSOX,
- Xos. 1 and 2 Exchange Building.
Memphis, Sept. Wl 654 tf
TVKITLElf'S PATENT PORTA
CliAKK & AVERY,
St. Lov.it, Mo.
AGEXT AT MEMPHIS, TESTIS'.,
HAVIXG taken the Agency for the sale of the above
Circular Saw Mills, I am prepared to fill all orders
fer Mills, with or without the power to driv them ca
the shortest notice
Pe rsons wishing to purcbse Mills, and also desirous that
they should be set up and put into operation, can be ac
We do not wish to praise our own work, an we ask of
persons wishing to purchase Mills Is to examine our
work before buying elsewhere, as we think they win 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 MUJs will please address
me at Memphis, Tenn. G. McLEAX.
Slack Smith and Sheet Iron Worker,
Corner of Front Ron end TVinchetttr-tt.,
SEGOXD-HAXD Rollers bought, sold
and exchanged for new ones. Sheet Iron
work done of every description, sura as
flhlmnev. Brichen. Fire Beds, Escape
Pipes, Condensers Fotges.Metallc Life-Boats, andStean
boat Work in general. Also, Bank Safes, Fireproof Shut s,
Gasometers, OUteros, Ac.
X.B. Boilers repaired at lb shortest notice, and cn
ft BOJt naaooabl terns. BsrU-dawly
OX the 1st June, 1356, the firm heretofore existing be
tween P. II. CLARE and A C. WURZACH was dis
solved by mutual cuaaent. F. H. Clark is charged with
th; settlement .of th business of the late firm ef F. H.
Clark fc Oo. F. H. CLARK.
a. o. wuazBAcn.
Tbe subscribers hare associated thexuelvet together
under th arm of F. H. CLARE & CO.
r. H. CLARK.
JAS. 3. WILSUKS,
OUR NEW FIRM.
It affords me cleasur to announce to my friends and
the public that I have aesoclated with no my former
partner, JAS. 3. WILCIXS,' and my well-known assis
tant, THOS. HILL, under th familiar sty! ot F. H.
CLARK & CO.
Th new firm will start with an efficient force In each
mechanical branch, th Watcn department being under th
supervision of Mr. Wllklns.
Sto full at all times of the latest fashions, and prices
as loa as the same Quality and style ot gods can be pur
chased In Philadelphia or Xew Tork.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage rrtended to me
during my fifteen years' residence in Memphis, aad ay
aim wm do u merit lis couunuasce.
T. B. CLARE.
OUR aim basben to keep pace with our growing city,
and furnish those who want Goods In cur line with
good articles, snd at fair prices. Our assortment, for
years, has been but little if any behind our Eastern
cities. It Is more extensive this season than ever. Oar
leading; branches are, first
da Of which we have every variety in general use.
together with a large assortment made to our
3 order, which for neatness of styleandttme-keep-Btaswiag,
are surpassed by cone. Injeur assortment
will be found the Jtlgnt Day watca ana tne Repeating
Chronometer, giving tne time to a minute in tne aarx.
Our assortment in this Important branch Is kept fun
by frequent receipts of all th new styles, whether ef
foreign or aomesucproaucuoa.
W hare made this branch of our business a study for
years, not only posting ourselves with regard to th dif
ferent nnalitiei and merits of th different styles and ma
kers, but of the kinds best suitable U our marktt Onr
assortment, for a number et years, Las been large, t
which we bare recently mad many additions of our own
lmrcrtition. We can furnish our customers with 811 OT
GCX3 from 5 to $200; RIFLE3 trm $10 to SIO0.
Also, tne ceiesratec quaiu-k-b xus.uk.
TJS 1R1XGER and COLT, ot all sixes. Also, a full as-
crtment of the kinds in general use.
Tea and Coffee Sts. Pitchers, Goblets, Caps, Castors,
Spoons, Forks, Ladles, with many choice Fancy Articles,
ail com one.
SILYER PLATED GOODS.
Urns, Castors, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg'
nes. Cake and Fruit Baskets, upoons, rorrs, xaoics, nice.
era, Uouett, cups, wallers, &c. uc.
A full assortment of Pocket and Table, from tha best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OUR MECHAHlCATi BBATTCH.
All kinds of Watch Work done In th most 'faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, aad new made to order.
Plain and Oramcntal ; Seals for Lodges, Courts, &e$
in any styi , stencei nam cr au sues,
octl 6-dawly F. g. CLARE It CO.
2XT 23 "VxT
WATCHES Some very fine. -dr
J5WELRT Xew styles. r
SILVERWARE Com fine.
SILVER PLATED GOODS Best quality.
SPKCTACLaS To suit every ccndit.on of slgat.
GUXS Best milkers.
PISTOLS Full assortment
POCKET AXD TABLE CUTLBRT.
Maklog by far th best aiiortmeat ever offered In ttls
market F. II. CLARK & CO.,
mar23 Xo. I Clark'a Marble Block.
ACCTRATELT adjusted to the eye, so as to sultth
most difficult vision, wl'bout occasioning thatsease
of weakr ess or fatigue to the organ generally complained
of by wearers cf common glasses, but enabling the wearer
of lhlAlmpreved Spectacle to pursue the most minute
employment either by day or candle light, with ease and
CHB1T. HTJIiIjER, Optician,
or the rinji or Sky
0H11N. ilULLER tS: BE0.,
Wholesale and RetalT Dealers la
CIocrs, "Watches, 3cy,i5lry
Afaftion-lf , bit. Main and Front Xo-x,
OPPOSITE I. B. KIRTLAXD'S OFFICE, MEMPHIS
PARTICULAR aUentlon paid to the repairing
cf Watches by an experienced workman. Being
deternlned not toie excelled In superior work
manshiD in this brxnth of the besineaawe have
engaged a crstcais watcnmaser.ana can .cauer out;
selves in saying that there is no House, East cr West.
that can boast ot a better. Gocks caret ally repaired and
warranted Jewelry and Spectacles ot every description
made to order. Old Jewelry neatly repaired, and Specta
cle Glasses Inserted In old frames to suit every sight.
P. S. The numerous complaints of persons who have
been lrrposcd upon by Individuals peddlldg through the
country an Inferior rlcje of spectacles, representing
them to bs these lmproea glasses, render tt necessary
that we should cannon the public agtinst seen venders,
and protect the repuUtn i onrnUates. All spectacles
made by us are stamper W.x tne name or the firm.
msrlO-daw CHRISTIAN HULLER It BRO.
. AIID DEALER lit
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry,
CORXER OF MAIX AXD ADAMS-STS.,
g TAKES this method of informing his friends,
and tb public generally, that he haa moved from
his old stand to the comer of Main and Adams
'streets, where h will take pleasure In exhibiting
a new and choice lot of JEWELRY, to those who may'
favor him with a call, ana will be pleased to execute all
orders for repairs la his line. He hopes, by .honesty, In
tegrity, and his efforts to please, to gain the confidence
and liberal patronage ef all who may find It convenient to
visit his establishment.
jj AH orders for repairing in every branch of my btj
sineas promptly aueaaea io. aujr.i-iy
FOR SALE BT.
F. H. CLARK. & COMPAAT.
rpHElltelI1lDy r,r tue D06t Important improve
1 ment In Photography ts the recently patented pic
ture known as th SPHEREOTTPE, which Is not only
new and unlikr- any of lt4 predecessors, but greatly su
perior te all. The Sphereotype Is proof against TIME,
air and watj:r, and 'for richness' of tone, warmth of
expression and distinctness hs to equal in fact tne 11
lnslon Is such that the picture, or image, aeems anapesd'
xd In air. entlrelv lnderjendent ef the back ground"
Forihlsoicture we have the exclusive right for Mem
phis. Specimens can be seen la our Gallery, where pic
tures are also taien in tne various siyie- oy our Amu,
who eombln'S the Chemist with the Artist, which ena
bles him at all times ta frodnce superior nciures.
F. II. CLARK it CO ,
dec3-tf -v Ko. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
0 jQu 2F3. H. 33
HAVINOJust returned from a bualnes tour Xorth,
with all th facilities for taking fine, durable . .
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypos, &o.,
I em now ready In person to serve my friends and th
publie generally- In my line, on the most reasonable terms.
I have no new tangled patents and dap-trap processes
to offer the public. My establishment has to slander
tall amid all the blaionry of Its neighbors, upon Its ova
TIItOlZARD JP.0WDER COMPANY,
AXrSACTtfEEBS AXD DEALERS IX
VIONTlXITE'to offer their well known brands cf XLEC
I ..... ...... , utviv .m rivmrrr T7irr v
y xrviu " . ..
POWDER In kegs and canisters. AUo, Gun Powder for
Blasting and Mining, comprising a full assortment ot
qualities aad kinds required by th trade, guarantied
to give entire satisfaction. v , . . ' .
The standard of their Powder, which has now enjoyed the
highest reputation tor more than twenty-live years,, will
be found unsurpassed by any other nsnufacture of the
kind In the world.
For sale In this city by GATES & WOOD, Agents, and
at the-efflce of the Company. Xo..8J Wall, f corner Water
street Xew Tork. A. G. HAZARD, President.
A E. Docolass, See'y mai6-6nj
TOT3H X.-'U HTiTOI
The Madison Streot
Sash, Door and Blind Factory
THE understlgnrd has taken th stand reeentlyeccn
pled by Moore & Halstead, over the Planlnt MJH ol
Whipple, McCnltagh & Co., aad Is prepared to fill all cr-d-rs
for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Cssings, Mould
ings, Mantles, ic. ....
Particular attention paid to dressing and ripping Lum
ber, for the Carpenters and Builders.
. CFOR SALE,
rrrwo" DRATS-iSso two Dray Ucecses.whlch have eight
I and nine months ta run. iPP'Tto
flM- ' SWTXSK fc GIBSOX.
HAWKS, SMITH & GO.'S BULLETIN.
fSTOxdLzaac; ?rado, 1867 !
MERCHANTS, PLANTERS, MECHANICS 1
LOOK. TO YOUR INTEREST.
HAWKS, S.TilTH & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IX
Nos. 804 and 306 Main-st.
ALSO AGENTS rOS
; Heaing's " Patent Salamander Safes !
HAVIXG now received the greater portion of our
Goods for th StrRIXG TRADE, by recent arrivals
i rum r.urvpo ana ice eastern utiles, we are prepared to
ouer greater inaocements to th Merchants, Planters ana
Mechanics of the Southwest than have hitherto been of
fered In this market, for proof of which' we resoectf nlly
so icittae inspection f our stock and prices. In view of
tats, we nave piaeea ourselves in a poslllan to offer such
Inducements to those who may visit MemDh-j for the nur-
po of making their nurchase a. as will deter them from
seeking aaothsr market, so far at least as our business
Is concerned. To fully carry out this object we have mad
permanent arrangi meat with the best manufacturers In
.England and In this country, to b regularly supplied
with a full stock of Goods In our line, and will furnish
inosc wa may ravorus wiui tnetr orders, with good at
as tow cgures as any nouse in tne country, aou'Ji or west.
u ar iwu comprises .
For the Country Trade.
Boiled and Charcoal Iron Castings,
Boston, Philadelphia and Wheeling Xalls,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets,
Log, Trace, Stay an Stretch Chains,
Bright and halt bright casUteel Hoes,
Caststeel polished rlveted-eye Hoes,
Oil root and steam beat Hames,
Hog skla Collars, horse and mule,
Cotton, wool aad Jim Crow Cards,
Msallla and Jute Cordage,
Thread and common cotton Rope,
Plow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes Lines, Ae.,
Louisville, Cincinnati and Xew Tork Sifter,
Xova Scotia and B;ved Grindstones,
Ames' caststeel Shove's and Spades,
Rowland's and Caa's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all patterns,
Locks, Latches, Hinges, fcc.
Well Wheels and Well Buckets.
Together with every aitlcie suited ta the trad cf th
country merchant. Ia the
W have made tbe best selections from the most approved
manufacturers or every article necessary for th planting
Cotton, cane and Grub Hoes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks, .
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fan MMs, Corn Mills, Corn Shellerf.
Com and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutters,
Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, ., ' '
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent and common Chums,
Hames, Collars. Singletrees, &(.,
Prualng Saws and Chisels,
Gardea Implements ot all kinds.
Hall It Spear's wrought and cast Plows,
Allen's Cotton Plows and Scrapers.
Together with a full stock ot the 'celebrated Avery and
Livingston & Co. Pltws. which hav for several years
past given such universal satisfaction. We ar fully pre
pares to xeep always on nana a larg siocx or inese
Plows, together with the extra Points and Castings, so as
to be able to supply ur planters with them at all times
Ia th selection or ouc stock of Goods la the
We have pstd most canicular auction to the Interests
of our mechanics. We have selected such goods as are
best suited to this market, and can safely guaraaty satis
faction t all.
Our stock in this department is fall aad eempleU,
Greenwood's celebraUd Binges,
Greenwood's Axle Failles and Shutter Fastnings,
Pearl White snd Mineral Kasb Locks and Latches,
Clole and Electro-Plated " " "
Cottage, Rural and Mortis Jt, "
Front and store dor " " "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self-shutting doer and Gate ningea and Latches,
TlnHH and YtcKtta. XaUn. Brads. Screw. Ac
This, department In our business is Imder th special
supervision ot one of the partners, who has f r many
years. In this city, given It his careful attention, and be
lieving that this branch of our business requites more
tbsn ordinary care, both In the selection of the gcoa
and In filling orders, he Is determined to use his best en.
deivors'to keep .oca goods as shall please all our me
chanics, nd will hold every Inducement to merit thilr
patronage j '
Wc would ca'l particular attention to our stock of Tools,
the quality of all which ire can fully guaranty, compris
Union Factory Planes, Rules, tts,,,
Spear 3c Jackson's Hand and Fannell Saws,
Butcher's cast steel Chisels aad Files,
Earl Smith !t Co.'s Files.
Wetherby's Chisels and Draw Knives, ,
Cam's celebrated " "
:'Eplrlt Levels, Rules and Qnages,
Augers, Auger Bltts, Screwdrivers, A.
Peel's Louisville Bellows, , "
Xewccmb's Xew Tork RelUwj,
fwlid Box and Parallel Vices,
Armitsge's Mousehole Anvils,
Coley's warranted Anvils,
Han-i and Sledge Hammers,
Farriers, namxiers. Knives and Placers.
Best Charcoal Tin Plate I O,
tt tt tt "IX, "
' Leaded Roofing Plate I 0,
Bar Tin, Speltre, Ac,
Iron Brass and Copper Wire,
Bolt Copper, Solderinglrons. ic.,,
Tinned and Sraxlers Sheet Copper,
Boiled and Charcoal Sheet Iron.
Russ Imitation, Russ, and Galvernlxed Iron,
Bar Lead. Rlvets.'-Corocr Tacks. &c -
Wa would also call trio attention oiRaUrcad aad Levee
Coatractors to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, Ame's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines, Mattecks, Picks. Ac
Having a thorough knowledge ot our business In an It
branches, we ar determined to give it our entire atten
tion, and shall attend personslly to all th orders, an to
the transaction of our business In every particular, and
by so doing Catter ourselves that w can giv satisfac
tion. ilAVr K.3. oMITil tt CO.,
fehl 30 and 303 Maln.st
FOR SALB BT
Mobt. M. Balis
15 Sycamorc-sf., Cincinnati, O
H. G. McCOMAS,
Commission & Forwarding Merchant
XO. 15 STOAMORE STREET, CIXCIX'ATI, OHIO.
JE. W. KUCKjBK,
Surveyor and Draughtsman
OFFERS his services to the public and will give
prompt attention to any business connected with his
vocation... He may be fonod at his office on the west
side ot Main street, south of Union, (Canovan's Build'
tog,) xo. 315, unless absent n professional busies is.
J. E Chadwlck, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. Prcrtne, Robertson Tpp,
B B. Waddell, PhUlp H. Thcmpsn.
John S- Claybrook. febSm
TTTE have In store and are comtantly receiving I
V V most celebrated brands of TOBACCO from Virginia,
Kentucky and Missouri, which we sell at manufacturers'
prices. We weuid call attcalton to the following Dranas
Trotter's Rough and Ready Twist j
Pace's " " "
Walker it Co.'s " "
Holland's Bxtra Pancake;
Mohican, pounds ( Whit TunstaTJ, pons j
Pocahontas' " Emma Adams
Bigg- n Joha's "
Parkins " Sutheriin'a
Persian Smoking Tobacco.
SEAHROOC k. CARSON,
feb21-m Madison strtet, two doors from Main.
ice: ice: ice:
HAVING completed our MAMMOTH ICE HOUSE on
Beal street, nearthe cornerof Shelby, we are now
prepared to furnish our friends and customers with ICE
at ONE. CENT PER PODXD. All orders for packing will
be promptly and carefully attended to in all seasons of
The community may depend npon our supplying them
wl'h le at the above rate. It Is our Intention to keep
pi Ice within means of the pnor as well a s rich.
S3-All orders left 'at the Wharf-Boat, at the Mam
moth ir uoum, or at Darnell et wallers, IW Mala
Fircci.J win va pruBipuj U11C4.
msr2-a BTJVAL, ALCBO h. CO.
. FREESE & FLOWERS'
NEW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
No. 338 Main. Stro'ot,
Bet. Union aad Gayoso,
TS now open tor the reception ot Student. Everything
A, that is taught tn any initituticn ot a similar tied la
the United States can be learned, here. The course ra-
braces Single and Double Entry Book-Ceeplag, Penman
ship, Commercial Law, Commercial Forms and Calcula
tions, Baaticg, WBoiesaie ana Rtuu, Commission,
Steamboat, Manofactnrlng. Ac
Students are not taught la classes ; they are Instructed
Individually and separately ; so there will be no detection
on account of classes. .It takes but aiew weeks te com
plete the course.
The hours of Instruction will be from 1 to 12 a. M.,and
from 3 to S r. M, Also, Evening Lessons from 7 to S
For fall course, time unlimited......... S35 00
For partial course 2500
For Penmanship; time unlimited IS 00
For " twenty lessons.... S 00
For further particulars, address
F, REESE & FLOWERS,
rriHE publie artchertby forewarned from tradiag for a '
a sot crawa uj ion payaoi to toe oraer oi tt. u.
Edwards, for the sum of 81.000. dated 31st April. ISST.
The note was lost accidentally tcls day, and I will not pay
It cut at tn extent ot is uw.
ITTE rrrpeetfnny can yonr attention to our extensive
V V stock of Hardware. Cutlery. Guns. French Window
Glass, XslK, Castings, Metals, and all other articles In
our line suited to the trade of this section cf cosntry
most of which has either beea Imported by us direct from
Europe, or selected from the best factories ia America by
our partner resident in th Etst.
Tbe recent addition cf another stor to ear premises,
enabled ns t (stabl)sh a eorivnlat
WHOLESALE SAMPLE ROOir.
entirely disconnected from the retail branch f our trxrfe,
and we feel assured that Merchants will consult their own
lnterestby looking into this room and making their se
lections. Xose but good and punctual mea need apply,
unless accempanied with the cash.
LOWXK3. ORGILL & CO.,
13 and It Front Row.
Jan Xew Tork Office, 1 Piatt street.
Three Thousand Heirs A'ails.
BT recent heavy additions t eur stock, w have nw
on hand on Three Tkousand kegs Boston and ether
warranted b'ands of assorted Xails and Spikes, which
w offer to the trade, in regularly assorted lots, at ex
ceedingly low rates for cash.
LOWXES. ORGILL & CO.,
apl3-daw it and 1 Front Row.
Cultivators! Cultivators 1
TT7E hav just received a large supdIv of th Improved
VV Steel Tooth Expanding Cultivators; also, a sup-
p y or ugni Turning and uoaDle Mtulccaard Flows, whlca
are aiso wen aaapiea to ice culture r uotion and uorn,
LUWXE3. OROILI. tt CO ,
mjl 13 and II Front Row.
Sheet an Hood Iron.
Q fin BUNDLES Sheets, assorted, Xo. 13 to S ;
liU 2S0 bundles Hoops, aas'ted, H to 2 Inches wide.
LOWXBS, ORGILL It CO.,
aplS daw lg and 14 Front Row.
TTJ3T RecelvcdT heavy shipmenUof Ploughs, embracing
O various sises of "Llvlagston County," amongst which
are several hundred of th celebrated X. 11. Also Doable
Mould-board, Sub-soil, Hill-side, Harrows. Cultivators,
aua an euaiess variety or ana necessary AErienltnral and
Horticultural Implements for carticulars of which, see
our iuusiraiea catalogue, rurnisaea grata at our store.
iMTinao, UHUiLLac CO.,
Jan 13 and 1 Front Sow.
SUPERIOR FISHIXG TACKLE 1
1 EXTLEMEX who desire to provide themselves vrith
JI a good utrjt far
Are Invited to call and select from our new and rare
steer., th following articles of the choicest styles and
waiting (jane boos, assorted patterns j
French Ru, 1, and 8 Joints;
English Rods, 3, and 6 Joint-:
Artifl-ial Flies, Minnows, Mace, and every other
varieij oi .aruaciai sin,
Germaa Silver an.l Brass Reels, Suell Bosks;
Sandwich Boxes and Dram Flasks;
Lines of Silk, Linen, Sea Grass and Cotton.
ALSO, a complete stock, comsrislnx everv sire ef
iioiyoaae-s superior uaix meei, Limerick, Chettertown,
T irginia, aarty aca Carlisle
LOWXE , ORGILL & CO ,
aiar27 13 and 1 Front Row. Mrahls. Tena.
Scvr Cora and Cb Crnshcr.
WE now hav the most efficient
i Crusher, for less money, than hss
ever before been offered ia any
rtjraariet. It will taste Mil and
x Hominy, and crush the Corn and
Cob p-rf eetly. and has taken the
premium It every contest.
LOWXES, ORGILL & CO.,
13 and 1 Front Row.
Fire - Proof- Safes zj
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS! I
A T the great firs which broke out in Warren and Murray
A. atreetf, Xew Terk, Jta Xovember last, wheie prop
erty to tne amount or
600,000 ! !
was destroyed, several of these Safe's were tested with
results similar & the following :
Xew Tout. Xov. II. ISM.
Mr. Editor : In the Ere at No. 39 Warren-street, ca
the morning ot the Sth Inst, our most valuable books aad
papers were exposed for SS hours In one, of Steam tt
Marvin's Flre-Procf Safes.
W tsy fire proof, not because they are so labeled, but
because we have so proved them. Our books and paper
catae out uninjured, save tha binding cf the books, occa
stoned bv steam. .'
Oar store was five stories above ground, and -two sto
ries below, cccupiea from cellar to garret, ine- lauasiiy
ef the nest can b attested by any fireman who witnessed
Xo furnace could be contrived by the Ingenuity of man
to create a more Intense heat. We voluntarily give this
tribute to the value of these Safes, and select your widely
circulated ccmmrlal journal to Inform the mercantile
community what estimate to place upon Stearns & Mar.
vln's Wilder Patent Salamander Safes.
HATILAXD, BARREL S HI3LET, ,
In this connexion the Manufacturers write us: "We have
made these Bates over 11 yea s have sold over 9,600
nad 215 tested la accidental fires In tbe Cclted states aad
Canada, and never yet had a customer to Vse a dollar by
ft re from one ot them. We think they have earned a high
reputation, as they are readHy sold here In preference to
other Safe's at 23 to oo per cent. less price-" a ran siocx
kept constantly a hand by
LOWXES, ORGILL & CO.
3 Agents for Stearns & Marvin.
The Greatest InTention of the age!
PERFECT PBQTECIIOX FROM THE ELBMBXT3.
PATENT GALVANIC CEMENT
THE subscriber Is now prepared to cover roefs ot
buildings, with a new and tetter article than aver
before xaowa. icepuoiicare aware mat unr uimn
ment has bad scientific nea experimenting. nd that It
has been the study ot Aichltect and BaljJtrs for years,
to discover an article f.r locfing purposes, Ihst would
stand tee sudden cbangesot tha weatbtr, aad be laipervi
ons to fire ai.dwa'r. and resialn a permanent flxtore
A. vtt. nothing bas been attained without costing more
than the people wfah. Tbe contraction, expansion and rust
ing of metal roofs, are so great mcnangcacit uimates, mat
thybcim useless, unless b-lng reyslred at great ex
pense yearly. Shingles are not fire prosl, and cannot be
used on fiat roofs, and the various Compositions and Ce
mtnt that haveen brousht into use far rooacg, do not
stand tbe action cf the weather, but they run when it Is
waru. akd crack when trosly, aad af er cue er two years
become cms bly, aad worthless; whereas, th laven'or
at the Galvanic Cemeat, haa laDort a twenty ytara to com
bine articles to obviate those difficulties, and can testify
from his long experience, and numerous testimonials
from rell.ble persons, who have bad n:s toaiomallen ap
plied to their buildings, that his Cement Js the cheapest
a d best article ever before known Tfce combination of
this Cement is such, that it la calculated for entlra new
roofs, fist or steep; covering over old shingles without
remov ng them; lining tavo troughs, seeming around
bittlements, chimneys tad' sky lights Coveting car
tops, steamer decks. Axe This Cement, by it non-cvn
dactlcn and galvlnitm. prevents metal roofs from rust
lng and understldering, and resists the extiemts cf heat
and cold, better than nythlngver invented, for entire
roo'aorfor covering metal and the out-side of wood
buildings, making them fire proof. Its appearance Is like
slate; beautiful for the rich palace orthchumble cottage.
The undersigned having secured the right te the State
ef Teanei s:e, will sell rights of Territory, by Counties or
towns, on reasonable terms.
The subscriber Is also prt pared to cover roofs of build'
lng., In any ptrt of the State, at short notice.
This root Is now being put on la this city, for the bens-
fit of all concerned, and warranted to excel all other
modes ot roofing. The subscriber having resided in the
City of Memphis one year, and has had his mode of roof
ing tested as to its qualities, which has proved satlstac
tory, to which a numter cf the most prominent citizens
See testimonials of the following gentlemen who hare
used It, with hosts cf others.
For further information enquire at the office, where
samples maybe seen la J L. Morgan's A.cbttectural
Rooas, Xo 3 Walker Block, Memphis, Tenn., or ad'
dress, Bcx.S7, P. 0.
W. 8. BSXXETT. Proprietor.
Attschid Is a cote from Jeha L. Mcigan, Esq , Archi
tect, Dy wmcn may ne seen tne opinion or Mr. S.mnel
Sloan, the celebrated Architect, and writer upon Archi
tecture, whose experience with this mode of roofliag.
witaout a coudi, is sausiscory to an.
Memphis, March 12, 17.
MR. w. s. jjehsztt: wnea in Philadelphia. Pa., a
few days ago, I clltd upon Mr. Samuel Slotn. the cele
bra ted Architect, aud author if the Sloan Work en Arch
Hectare. I asked his opinion as to the durabtity &e , et
west's raieut iuoi, sucn as yea are using ia tne city of
Memphis, ana ns toia me mat ne uaa no hesitation la sir
ing to me that It Is a good and durable roof, and la all
that Its advocates claim it to be ; farther ssying that he
is using it on a nne DUiiatcg ror Himself.
Respectfully, JOHX L. MOROAX, Archl'eet.
Memphis. March 2. 1857
W S. Behnett, Esq., Dear Sir: The facts within
our kaowlrdue cf tbe durability, &e , of Wrst'a Galvanl
Cement, are these : Th building you covered for us last
Sprlcg, w an hippy to state hss aniwered our expects-
tlocs. We can therefore, recr.mmtnd It to the public for
all roofing purposes; as a light, cheap, fire and water
proof reef It eoe not get pott and run from the effects
of the heat cf the sun; nor d es it harden and crack
from the efiVcts ot the cold. Any person wishing to know
more of this article, can call tt our manufactory.
X. S. BRUCE It CO.,
CarrUge Manufactory, Monroe St., Memphis. Tenn.
Memphis. Tzrw.. Dee. R. 1S33.
' to Whom it mat Coxcerm: This Is to certify that
W. 3- Bennett, ccvered two roofs far me last Spring, with
a composition called West's Patent Galvanie Cemtnt;
one ot them was a new deck, the other an old shingle
roof, which are giving perfect ratl'faction. He also re
paired a dormant wlodow, which leaked badly, and had
baaed tbe skill of carpenters to prevent Its leaking,
which ha succeeded In making perfectly tight. I do most
cheerfully rrcommnd.hls mod of roofing to tha publie.
ror all roonag purposes, ana believe it to be a permanent
fixture agali fire and water. D COCERELL,
Proprietor Commercial Hotel.
Scptn'DT's Orricr, MzxrHia tt Onto R. R )
MBstpnl. TrsK., Feb. 19, IS57. j
Mr. Beswztt. JJror Sir: Oar Compaay having beea
troubled very much with leaky cars, put soma of yonr
Patent Paint upon them, and so far as my knowledge ex
tends, I can cheerfully rtcimmend It to any who wish a
dry roof of any s,ott. Tours. Ite ,
H COFFIX, Superlnterdent.
Memphis. Tejw., Jan. K, 1S37.
To the PciLicr W. S Renaett made application to
us last summer to cover our buildings with West's Gal.
vanie Cement; it being a .new thing thought wa would
try it ; bad It applied to our Blacksmith Shop aud Engine
Hons-attached to the Foundry. They have proved all
required of a water proof roof, having with; trod some cf
ths greatest storms, and are glvlag good satisfaction.
We can only aid, try it ni" you will be satisfied
et em AFP, iron Founders.
Memphis, Jan. 11, 1857.
Mr. Bnne tt hat done same small amour t of roofing
for me in his peculiar war, with Cotton staff coated with
a prepa'atioa the bails of which appears ta be Coal Tar.
It Is a very efT-eiual aud light roof, and appears to prom
ise considerable dcrsMllty. from the preservative euall-
ties cf the composition, which prnetratea th Cloth snd
protects it from the influence of tbe air aad water. " Trie
Composition, does not liquify and run from tha effects ef
the neat of tbe sua ia sammer! nor doe It hardtn and
crack frost th (n4a$no In th cold of wlntsr. -
S-r y A. P. MERRILL.
Overland Mail Route to Califor-
PosT-Orricr Department, ?
April S3, 1S57. J
AX ACT ef Congress, approved 3d March, 1557, making
appropriations forth servlreef th -Post-Once De-
i ment for th fiscal year ending win June, 1633, pro
Sec. 13. That the Postmaster Geaeral be aud he. 1
hereby a uthorlsxl to contract for the conveyance ot the
eatir letter mall f rai such point on th Mississippi river
as the contractors may select ta 3 in Francisco, In the
State or California, for six years, at a cost not exceeding
three hundred thousand dollars per annum fr semi
monthly, tuur hundred and fifty thousand dollar, tor
weekly, or ,ix Hundred tcousana collars i.r emi-weex;y
service, ta be performed semi-monthly, weekly, or semi
weekly, at th option of tfce Po-tmasterGenenl.
"5c 11. mat tne contract saau requir ia "ctvictj
t be performed with good four-corse coaches or sprlrg-
wagoas, suitable for tne eoaveyanee or passengers u
well as the ssfelv anj security ot ibe malls.
Sec It That tha coatractar snail have ta rif.ni or
preemption to three baadred and twenty acres of any
laad not then disposed ot or reserved, at each point neces
sary for a ststk'ti. cot to be nearer man ten roues nom
richoth-r; and provided t at no mineral land shall be
Sec. 13. That the said service shall ba performed
within twenty flee days for each trip; and that, before
entering lata such contract, tee postmaster benerai scan
be satisfied of the alillllT and disposition of thepartiea.
bana fide snd In good faith, to perform th said on fact
aad shall repair good and aunctrnt security for t e per
form t nee of the same, the service to commence within
twelve months after the signing af tbe coatrsct."
Pro csals will accordingly Dd received at lae untracs
Oaceot thePost'OQce Department, until 3 p. M of the
1st day of June 1537, for conveying mails uuuer tne pro
visions ot uc above act.
Beside the starting point n the Mississippi river,
bidders wit) name the intermediate poiata propped to b
embraced in th route, and otherwise designate lta course
as nearly as practicable.
Separate proposals are invitees ror s-rni-moaimy, weea-
ly and seral-wekly trps each way.
The derision upon tne pr po,w ouun.n on b-jo
attr the Postmaster General shaft be satisfied ef the
ability and disposition of the parties in good faith to
perform the caatract.
A enirintee ts be executed, with, good aad sufficient
sureties, that the contrsct shall be executed with like
good seenrt'y, whenever tae cooirscior or eeairaciors
Kail bt rrontred W do so by th Postmaster Geser al, aad
the service must commence wltsla twelve months after
tha date of such contract.
Form of Proposal.
. G - . n , nnmu
tocoavey tte eatire letter mVI, for the term of li;
years, from the date speciaia in ins contract rer aani
tag service, frara , oa the Mississippi river, by ,
tia.n Pnnei.ea- flillrernla. azreeaMrta the advertl.e-
mffli nr the PuiRuiter Gineral ot tha 20!a April. i8S7,
In good foar-bors coaehrssr sprlag-wageos. snilaMa fer
.v. unMH.n m v,..rrff... w.U m lh-Ksfetv and
security of the mails, seral-meaih.y, each way. for the
aanoai sum of daRar; weekly, each way, ftr the
annual sum ef drilirs; semi-weekly, each way, fr
the annual sum cf dollars.
Form of Guirantte.
Th" undersigned, residing at , State ot .under
take that, If the for-golag bid for carrying th mail on
the route from , oa the Mistlstippi river, to San
Francisco. California, be accepted by tha Postmaster
General, the bidder shall, wnea required by the Postmas
Ur General, enter Into the neceaeary oWjatica to per
form th service proposed, wHb. good aad snaclent
This we do understanding H tlnctly the obligation and
llibjities assumed by guarantors under tha 27ih section
of the act of Congress of Juty isjs.
Dated. (Stgntd by two guarantors.)
Torn ef Certificate.
The uneerslgnrd, post-msslerjif , Slais cf ,
c-rttftes, under his oath of effice; that he Is acqsiiated
with the above guarantors, aad knows them tote men et
property, and aMe to mjke gw 1 their guarantee.
Confcinirwcondifioni to be Incorporated in the con
tracts to thTcxtcnt the Department stay deem proper.
I. Xo pay win be "made far trips rt performed ; and
for each of sach omUsteoa not satisfactorily explalatd
three times the par ot tha trie may bo deducted Deduc
tion will also tw ordered for a grade ef perfermance Infe
rior to that spweifirf in the coatrsct. For repeated de
linquents ol the kind herein specMe en'argM penalties,
proportioned to the natare thereof and tha importance of
tbe mail, may be made.
Vor leaving b hind cr thrRWiar off the malls, ar any
portion of them, far the adm'.istea of passtngers, or for
belag concerted In setting spur rnnaiag an eipresacon-
vejiBg latelligrBCe ia advance oi tae mau, a qvarter-a
pay may be deducted.
3. Pia-a win bs imposed, antes the deitaauency be
promptly and tatishetorlly rxplaiEed by certKcalcs ef
postrassters, or the affidavits of ofner credible persons,
far failing to arrive in contrsct time; for neglecting to
take tha mall from or deliver it into a txxtaraee; rr sat-
ferirg it (owing either to tha uasultablesess of the place
or raaaaer of rarryu c i') ba wet, lnjared, destroyed.
robbed, or hiiti aad for rf.tng, after demand to can
vry the mail a frequently as aha contractor tuns or Is
concerned in tunning a coach a tb. route.
Tbe Postmaster General may annul the contract fer
repeated failures ran agreeiaiy to contract; for vio
lating tii post office laws, er disobeying the instructions
cf the Department; tor rofn.lng to discharge a carrier
when rennired by tse Departattnt tooosoi ror assign.
lag the contract wlthect the assent tf the Postmaster
General: for running an express as aforesaid; or for
transporting person or pactigts conveying mailable
..... . , . . .i
5. A bid received alter the last day and hur named,
or without the guaraaty required by law, caanat be con
sidered ia cemtxtttisa wlttna regular proposal reasosa-
I-Tjie tn mmcuol
9. The roa r. the servie-. tte yearly pay. the name and
resWtnie of the biiMer. (that is, his usual peat erBce ad
dress,) aad those ef eai a lu-eaoer or acts, wnere a
canvanv iftti should ba rltatincUT stated
7. Altered bds sboald net b sakeaKted; nor should
bids once submitted be wiibdrawa.
S. Each btd mast be guarantied by twa rr mere resca-
slble Ders ns satisfactory to the Postmaster General
General guarantiee caaavt ba admitted, lae bid aad
guaranty sfcoad be tiyned plainly with, the lull name of
. The Denartmeat reserves the rlgkt to reject aav bW
which may be deemed extravagant, aad also the bids of
failing cemracio' a ati vnucib ,
10. The bid should ba sea ed ; snperscrlbed " Msll pro-
Dosal fr overland route ta Cailfeniia, " addressed "Sec-
oed Assistant Pstmaster General," Contract OOce.
11 A mod ideation of a bid in any ot its essential
terms is tantamount to a new bid, aad can net be received,
to.asto laterfer with a regular campetllieo, after the
last hoar set for receiving b)ts.
12. Postmasters are to be careful not to certify thesnf.
fidenrret zaaraators or sureties without knowing thst
they are p- rsoas of scfil elect respoasitxltty ; and alt bid
ders, cua antots. ana sureties ire m.imcuynoiiiw mat.
on a failurv to enter into or prfarra the contracts far the
service proposed for in the accepted brss, laelr legal 11a
bltttle will be tafarced ata:nrt faer
13. Present cratractors. and persona knwa at the De-
Rirtment mnt.enally with o'hers. tncure guarantars
aadcertlficaMS at their tuffi tency snbstaailaBy lathe
forms atcve crotcrlbed. Tbe ceitiflcta af aaslcMBcy
must be signed by X Postmaster, or by a Judge of a courts
The attention ot bidders, guarantors, sureties, ic , Is
directed to the follawiBglaws, viz :
Sec. 2. Act March 3, 135, r-qalrlag contractors, ar-
rlers. Jtc. to b sworn.
Sec. 4. Act of March 3, ISZ5, In relation to failure to
enter Into otntract.
Sec 27. Act of July 2. 1B3 liabilities of guarantors
fy-c. 2 Act of July 3, 133S autavxizingbtdsot failing
contractors to be rejected.
Sec. IS An act of July 2, IfZS, la relatlaa to csmblsa-
Act of April 21, 13-31, provwles that no member of Con
gress can be a caatranior.
Sec 2 An act of March 3. 105. pr.vM-s that no
postmaater, assistant postmater, or deik ia iot3fe
shall be a contractor.
Sec. 7. Act of Mar a 3, IStS. provH-s Uat no other
tbaa a free white male persoa sbal be etnplojei lo car-
rvicx the mail
The Po.tmastsr Geaeral wl'l reserve o hlnnelf the
rigatot annulling any contract rde untrr the above
act, whenever be snail dlscavrr mt tae sua, er any
part of it. Is offered for sale ia tae marztri. serine par
cosaof irxcnatisn; and he will ia ne ne -anclaaa
transfer of the same, in wed- or In pi: t to an asMgtit
orscb-ceBtractorlessqualiiVd In bl opi:t:-di than Ibe
original ceatractor to carry tbe same twa ceo s--rei op
eration. AARON V. BRHWX.
ap39 3aww P strasn Grt.-rai.
PARIS HOUSE COSFECTIOXERY.
Wliolcsalc ivurt ctai
No. 67 Front Bo-vr.
r THANKFUL to his frt-ads sad th' pabltc
sri'f'r the very Ilbral jitr ivg - pxt'mtd to
him for the last eight y ar u url ia MUS
TKDONICO begs 1. ave to nto ra th ritixt-ns
ot Atemuhls and vicinity that he will taa-LaatiT k-epoa
hand a large asiortment of tae bert tmrr.rted Wine .
Caret, Port, Madeira, White, Ac ; aLo, scva Ale and
M. L. Mostxdonico alwjys keep en hand a great
variety ef Fancy Candies and Toys, aa ivmetnr rt of si let
Candy, Prunes ia Jars and boxes. Raitn, Grape, every
kind of Fruits and Xuts, Puklra. lotcrs. Satdin-s.
Olives, French and English Mustard. Sagar ia loaf aad
boxes, Caracao, Maras hlao, Old Wiae. Gtng'r, Pre
srves, Savannah, Xew Tork and Boston Prrsvrve. Cat
sup, PTPr Suce, Chocolate, Cordtl. Syrcpv. Macca
ronl, Termacelll, the best navana Cigars, and a great
many oher articles, too aurarroas to menticri, bjw offered
for sale very low, either by wholesale or ntall.
Having, at mufh expense, secured the services of two
of the most experienced workmen v r saltan city, he
flatters blmse.f that he caa'-ft be sarpi'se I ia arranging
and decorating tabies for Pa-ties WeddiBg., ax, with
honor to himself and satisfaction to hi easterners,
Memphis Fo uml ery
Adcms Street, Hcmpiiis, Tenn.,
IS now prepared lo do all kinds ot Machine Work; also,
Steamboat Workot every deverp loa Steam Engines,
Siw MJIa ot everv description. Cotton and Wool Ma
ehlnety, Gla Gesrlcg, Planing Machines. Also. Brass
Foundery, Casting and Finishing. Steam GusgeCock and
Casting of every description heavy Wrought Iron Forg
ing, Wrought Iron Gratlnrs for Jails, Bank Vaults, Cel
lar and Side-Walk Grates, I on Fencing of every descrip
tion made to order. Alo, Hoase Fronts, Wladow Caps
and SUls, ef varion pattern In a word, I am preparetf
to do every description of work ia my line.
I have now la shop the latest aad most Improved pat
terns of Steam Engines. ISAAC PnELOX
S. McKen.va. Scpettntenient feblO-ly
C. E. HOLST & SON,
Maln-st., Old Staad, First Door belovr.llonree,
(Tie oldest peraantnt ttand in the City.)
HATE constantly on hand all six's of Patent M'faua
Burial Cases, which they line and put up alr-iuht,
ta the bast manner Also, all kinds of Wood an- iiiitl
Covered .Coffins, which tbey si) at a fair price.
Orders' froa the courtry promptly attended to Fnr
nltur made and repaired, and Upholstering done.
Bale Rope-and Ttviae.
LT on hand aad for saleby
. B. MERRILL, .
South American Tever & Ague
Reir. Qg3.y I
Is a Cheap, Safe aad f crmanent Cnre, .
AXD IS A L.SO A PKEYENT1YE
OF THE VARIOUS FORMS OF
Bilious and Intermittent Fevera;
PRICE OXE DOLLAR PR BOTTLE..
THIS preparation cantalns no Arsenic qt Slereury,
and wll. not, lite the saaay eomp aads now recust
mendVd far Bilkms or other Fevers, leve the system m
a condition store tebednaded taas ibe dtseate; butt U
grt merit Is is lU Cutattve, Preventive and Bestor
tlve-properties, and is adapted to all aOE and ouit
tioas ot the system.
Aearly all the articles whkh eater into Ks cspel
tlen are it tbesseive, slag y, remedial ageats fat Its
care ot Bilious and lateimKtent Fevers. .
As ajpreveaitre, thla Medleiae saauM be used y cost
valesceats. Travelers. Eralgraats, snd others, dn'lflg tk
Summer and Fall rsenths, when malarious dlseaaea ai
A Treatise ryG. A LEOXARD, Xew Tk, aatii
disease, with TestimoaUls aad 0rtrea.ef ef c.re pr- .
fected, can be 'obtained gratsiUnuly, at aS tae ptact
where the mediciBe is sold. t '
The fat lowing sutratai or the Key E. M. Pease, Sv.
perlnteodeat et tbe Ftv PaiBts Haaae of iBdeatrr,
gives beiaw, is oae that speaks veins as te-the vkMa
Me praptrtl af lals reaeify ' '
Mr. GAL OSAEJD Sir : 1 take a rteasare tstraai.
mtttlag to yoa the fallowing fact, la relattea ta ecre
perfected by the see at yonr S. A. Faver and Agae R- s
dy, apiaeaeof theiBoates at the House at Issatry.
.'oan Toungs. wha ha beea snfferifig tram the eta ills awi
I'ver during the past five meatae, was tu Xavimber last
a tacked, aad lb parexysess were as severe as say I
wrkaew; almost tostaat reief was experinMed v
i vicg tae nrst cot ; on tue experteei oay ar rran jv
wa administered, aad tt ead the happy effect of lain.
rsptlBg the paraxvSBts. Since then every vestige of tt
d -- baa Mt hrav, aad he has recovered 1 1 tarsinc
woMd appearance and health. Truly pasts. A" ,
XEW TORE, Jaa. 23, 1S&6. J M. 1-S.A5E.
G. A- Lzosarb, Esq. J3esp Sir: Having scftr.d
from severe attacks o Fever aa Ague, I hid nearly o
spairtd ot fiadtag any rUef , other laaa a tjnprary .
But while laboring under a severe attack, it was auage-t-ed
to try your remedy, and, tin Ite atker remedies 1 hi-S
used, it has prowl a prompt and permaaeBt cure, as I
have never before gone so long without having a return ef
the oroplalnt, aad caa recommend the S A. Fever and
Agae R-raedy as a valuable ene far the rKctaal ear qf
the disease. ROBT F PHILFIT.
XewTork, Dec. 1, 1BS5. Cr. Wall aadWatr-sls.
Mr. A F. Sterlag, of this city, has caa seated to tie
publication of tha failewlug tacts, over hi signature,
concerning a care perfected by1 tbe us ef this remedy,
which facta are corroborated by the Rev. L. X Pease,
whs was acquainted with all thclrcamstaac.
Mr. G A. LrosABO Dear Sir: Same ten dai stare,
I heard of a poor tut deserving German, in Matter-y
street, who was sufiriBg from a severe attack af chlBs
and fiver.fsatractad la the low groaads, rearXewsrV
X. J. I gave hlsa one bottle ot year Soaih Amerieaa
Fever aad Ague Reasedy. aad It afiards me pteasave to
say that the diseaie has been broken up by lta use, aada
permanent care effected. Traly years,
Xew Tors, Xot. 5, lSf. A F STERLING.
1 am acquainted with the facts set forth la the shave
certificate, and caa witaess ta the tratn ot She stata
raenu therein contiinfd. L.M. PEASE,
Sap't Five Point s House af Indestry
The following Certificates tt Fred'k L. Bertie a i
Henry Meier, are amocg those pecallar case In wtst a
permaneat care caa be effected, notwithstanding their
the care were perfected, they were eigaged in tae CI in
leal Wosks of Messrs. Chas FSxer it Co , af this city.
After having teas traaMedwtta Fever asd Agafer
nearly a whale raoath, and swartoweel lots cf QatatB. aa
acqoatatacce af mtae racoaateBded rae t try a battle g
what is railed the Soata Aatencar Frver Agae Ba
edy, aad sere esooga it walked like charm. I U et It
oaly one day. aad that was the last I saw of tbe fever.
It is with great p' 'as ore that I state this tact forth
benefit ot all whsra K stay ceactrsv and wish every bat-'y
the sm,iBee:sc la masteriac this dVlr-ssing (lis. se,
which" illkely enxugb, If they will faHew ray exaotpie.
FRsryg: l. hertle,
August, 18SS. 4 Whiapte-st., Brooklyn.
ifhave had tbe Fever and Agse far several weeks,
which kept rae at borne, unable t work. I tried a lum
ber ot presoiptleBS, without ladlag aay relief, ta i By
factory boa st a a bottle of the Soelb Aaericin 7
ver and Agae Remedy, waiaa I have used, aad. after soma
day found myself enthtty cured. I bava had a attack
since that Urae, saw furtee mestbs, sad feel great
confidence la this valcabl bmMb. ta which I owe say
recovery. . HEXRT MEIER
Sept. 20, 1S56. S6 M'Eibtes.st., WitRaaubatgh
The certificate ef Mr. J. G. UaderMK, Sragaiat ot
Jamaica, X. T., aaUose reeelved ibmosb Bias, will ta
read with asaah iatasest. not oaly fraaa Its wj respect
able character af tae parties, bat skat tbe aseiiKtce wa
used under very aalavablvi'fufances, a4 oaly
when ether reaWIe bad be bm wtiaaet ssKeers
Mr G. A. LEOXARD, X. T. pear Sir: lBcat4 yra
will find some eertiflcit of ta'aod eftVeta ef ynrW
ieiBe In tbi rlioe It gives s -tMaatlaa te every aaa
that aaa aaed it. aad the sale will iacreaae si Ktat sae
known.- I take tae re, possibility to warxaat it Mr.
Stepeea H B4rsea. et this place, sent a battle to his
wife', sister with like gaad rewats as wfcra aeed by
biraieK and wit. Mr H I aa aM asaa, a vary reaoj e
tabie citrsen of tsi place, and H weH kawB.
Tinly years, ice , JAS. G. UXDBRHILL.
Jamaica, X. T , Sept 38, MM.
We, theaad(9.'iga,kavMadiBeS. A Rsw4y fer
Fever aad Ague aad Interatttttag Fevers, a4 it
has raade a perfect care af oavsrfves ik laraMIs,, aa4
with raech pwasare recsBssaesMii it to tfeapasMsc as a sat
aad cheap medicine
ELBERT COS KLIN, WX. JABX90X,
CHAR! BS J GALE, WM. BSXXETT.
Jamaica, X. T. Seat 27. 188.
MR. J G Uxderhili., triiit, Sts Dear Sir: I
tare used the Savta Aaaericaa Remedy, MMsjaay rerasa
mended by bath foraiysalf aa4 vile, aad we aava
brra car d. I b'Uevr 1 in tte best infill la far tb
chitM aa4 feer snt I sbaakl Bat tire ued It if yoa
drd not warrant a care, but new I as satatatd it I all
yoa receesawaded it te be. Toar. maerixaay.
Jamaica, X. T., Sept 27. 1365.
Jamaica. X. T., Msy 13, 18.
Mr G. A. LE0XA9D Dear Sir: My mother, aa gel
lady, was sSlxtcd wt'h tbe cbll s awl fever very bad last
summer, aad havlag heard joar axdiciBe McMy rrcaas
mealed. he was lodaced te try It; alter taktsg eae and
a halt bottles, ska was perfectly eared, aad I eaeettaiiy
recamatead it as a sat: and save care
Respectfully, jours. G X. COBWI5E
Mara certificates might baaaaVd to swan the list, bat
a d'lkacy aa the part ot raaay to have their same appear
In prist, prevents a poeticattaa tt then Tee a eve,
however, are sufficient evidences to esteMtta tae fact
that this redy is wiiheat aa equal far the perauBat
care of tbe Feer and A gae.
A supply f th above Medicine aa baad and tarsal ly
WARD it JOXBS.
aplS-Sm Whaletale Ageats tar Mempais.
ott.-xzit to 3r"oTxtnJci3
Q H K KS f !il A T 'S PXlsiB.
THE combinations of Ingredients la these Pats ars lta
result of a long and extensive practice. Tier are
mild In their operation, and certain in correctias all Ir
regularities, painful menstruation, removing all ebstrac
tloas, whether rrera cold or otherwiae, headache, pio ta
the side, palpitation ef the heart, disturbed sleep, watch,
always arise from Interruption of nature. They can b
successfuBy used as a preventive. These Pitts should
never ba taken In pregnancy, u they would be sure ta
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely rrgetaH, aad
free from anything injurious to lit or health. Explicit
directions, which should ba read, accompany tich box.
Price 41. For sale la Memphis by
s. Mansfield &. oo,
G. D JOHNSON,
WARS & J0XS3.
J3-Sent by man by enclosing $1 to Dr. CORXZCttTS
L- CHEESEMAX, Xo. 192 Broadway, Xew Tork.
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARIL1.A,
AWAXDJD TUT OCTOBER,
Ai tilt best and only genuine compound oftif ' 09
now presented to the publie.
lOTJISYHLE ANKTJiL EZH1BH105
THIS wonderful preparation, so Ins! ty appreciate! by
tha American people, haa now tecsse the rt&n-tard
remedy of th age. The aJSlcted bear teittaouy f Tta
marvelous properties, and the unhappy, pain-wvrr aad
exhaasted sufferers rejoice there is help, when iV. -uv
failed. Out of the hundreds of cases scattered rer
Mississippi. Alabama, Wisconsin, Mtaseuri, IccUr. aa4
Kentucky, It has never la a single lnstanca beea kBn
to fall, and will cure, beyond all doubt:
Indices tioo, Scraf
u!aor Elng'aEvB, Af
fection of the Bones'. Syphilis,
Debility, Habitual Costiveness, Srrstpe
last Pulmonary Diseases, Liver Cecplalot
Plies. Female Irregularities, FistaJa, Skla Dlzeaa
Diseased Kidneys, and as a great and pow
erful Talc, purlfylnc the Blood, -and
This medicine, thrytgh prepared at great expne, la "
nevertheless within the reach ot poor a well a rice, aad
looked upon by the community as-the greatest tlwtlns
ever conferred an mankind.
Dr. T. A. HI7R LET'S Manufactory, corner of f r icth
and Greene streets Louisville, Xy., where alt. rfiors
must be addressed.
For sale ty H. F. FARX3 fORTH it CO., and Cli IX
DLSS St CO., Memphis, Tennessee, and DrctgisU
tkroughout the Halted States and Caaadss.
Price 91 per bottle, or six for S3. sec21-dwlr
Pnrify your Blood!
THB CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF V2C
LOW DOCK is the sovereign remedy for alt ilirco
Ttal Affections, Scrofula, Swelling of the Joints, Rheu
matism. Ac. As a Liver Medicine, it has no eqaai. Its
alterative effect on the system, in addition to its belsg a
purely Vegetable Preparation, a-ispts It Xo almost ary
Chronic Affection where an alterative medicine 'is re
quired. For Eruptions on tBe Skla, Old Ulcers, Dytep
sla; and Xervons Headache, It has no successful ccms.
petttor among the nostrum of tbe day At a FrncU
Medicine it will be found invaluable. -j
X3T for sale only by CHANDLER 3t CO.,
sopi iawly Druggists and ABOthecariev.
Odd Fellows' Hall Block-. Mercpbu
I HAVEJot received some of those ej
gant FRENCH' BOORDOIR PIAXOS,
from tha celebrated Plan Factory, ot
"EBAao, " at Paris and London, aadef.
fer them for sale. I keep these splendid little. ORGANS.
called Seraphine, with, from ten to thirteen steps, and aft
thelatest Improv ny nls. These are known toJ9e the best
Instruments foe Churches, Lodge and School Rooms. AH
Instrument sold bv me a.e warranted (ct five years.
X3T Tunlngaad Repairing-of PlanosariollBs, Orgaas,
Melodaons, etc, etc., done In a w trkmanllk manner at
mcdrrat prices , v
(3 I donof pretend to give lessons on any number aq4
variety, ot Instruments, . -.
. ' HEXRT G. HOLLEXBERG,
lanl-tf. vte ' , .1'- - 1-UMain tr
TW.EXTT-FITEJtegsGolden Syrup, for sal by.