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M-S-1T-Tiir'.irini T '
for Salt an Icnf.,
FOR BEAT. .
THE BrsMeBce en SWte street flrit one be-
iw Beil street, on ib rat sldeef Shejby street
where Wm. Bowleg now resides. Possession
. given 1Mb. lust. Applj to
tay9-lm J. M fbuvi.k
Residence for Rent.
VTE effor tor Bent the large and ("eslrabte
Dwelling HosM recently occupied by S. Fewlkes,
lit aii no Idimt street, a f tw dton beew
TH.nl There are connected with It, two coal
isUtrrns, x kitchen, stable and epactoas garden. Posssj
aton gives immediately. Apply to
FOWLKBS, MOUNT k CO.,
ssy-d3w JeSbrson street.
ISO' Acres of Land.
A PART of tbe Owen Traqt, aHaated en the Pigeon
Roost Plant read, four s-toa from the city, far ale.
at a treat bargain If sold In a body. The tract it partly
iBwraTtd. All lb land lies wen, is Tery rica, ana.ina
. tfkulieattnyneigbborfaood. G B. LOCKE,
- - rayl-tl Auctioneer rod Real Estate Breikr.
DESIGNING to imorote another lot lmme-
! dlately, I will sell my present residence to a
f!'!l uaactMl Dorchaser on coo terms Itcamprlfes
LU4K acres. Is csaifortably improved, and unques
tionably one of tbe most beautiful and most healthy sites
1 tbe rttlnity cf Memphis.
apttV tf TO. K. POSTON.
FOR RE XT.
A DWKDLING HOUSE, on Adams street.
' Inear tbe intersection of Adams and Third
atreets,) it being the same at present occupied by
.James Elder, and adjoining the -residence of the
tobseriber. Possession ctren on tbe 1st or jnrenexi.
1st DAT, it. CURRIN.
RE All ESTATE FOR SAt-E.
T HATKiitrnlf nine acres of HE LAND, sit
seated oa the Memphis and Charleston Railroad,
tabes t twa miles and a halt from lcn square.
Those desiring ebeap property, oa easy terms,
will oansnlt their interest in applying early to
G C. "WHITE,
ajiS-tf At Phillips k White's, t32 Main street.
THK south bait of tot No. 42, fronting S7S feet oa
Ctttckasaw street, and running back 143 X feet. Oa
ttii 1j there is a small comfortable bonse. The terms
are libera!. Apply to O. B LOCKE,
marlO-tt Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker,
Lots at Private Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, nnlmproTed Lots,
121, 122, 126, IX, 103, 1M, Ml, J 32. ImproTed Lots,
9 and 170 being on tbe plan of subdivision cf Greenlaw.
EaffarraEa, Loooey & Keeae. t- o. ujua.E,
norl-tf AneUoneer and Baal Estate Broker.
Thos. Peters' Residence for Sale,
-r Tf ATE !nr sale the Residence and 8S acrts of land
JLbeloBSiBf to Thomas Peters. Esq., lylnc en the State
la e Bead and toe Memphis and Charleston Railroad, 21
miles east of Memphis, at Bray's Station The lmproTC-
sseats consists of a Jwe iinc built la Gothic Style, 9 large
nmull iBiaB km. with closets, store rooms, &c.
Kitchen, 2 terranta' rooms, cistern, wen, stables and
bam. carrlace hoase, vasea shed, tc, -C. In short, it
Isoosof the best taproTed places la Shelby connty, all
bw aad in perfect order. I wiS seH the improTements
aad SS i aorea of land, or a'l tttber. If desire, I will
cell the stock of ebeep, boss, and cattle, corn. fedJer, oats
and pork, slaughtered aad packed In the smoke hoase. A
bargain win be circa. Apply to Thos. Peters, on the
preriisM, or to w- i- iajojs,
dec 2t Anctioaeer and Real Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
IOPPER for tale, npon good terms, the former Besi
denea ef C. F. Eicg, Es-. lyine oa the north side cf
the new State-Hne read, a mile and a half east of the
city. The tract contains II aeres, aad is lmprsTea witn
a small residence ef three roams, well and ether improT
xsaats. Also, a four acre wood let, nearly opposite. This tract
is withla three coasters of a zatteci a cood charcb and
jcbool, aad is in on of the best ana neaitatesi aeicntor-
hoods la the TKtatty of Memptus. u. is. U-HJfi-n,
noTlt Aoctiuceer and Real Estate Broker,
THE sebscrtber oSers for sale tbe tract of land
aen which be now resides, ia nayweod conaty.
aTesneseee, through which tbe Memphis and Ohio
Railread passes. Sau. tract contains aooai lonr
tticasasd acres. The ImproTements consist of a nse
f'ame dwelUBC, with tea rooms, negro qaarters, gin
booee. stables, a mne steam and grist ail), good orchards.
aard all the necessary improTements for a large farm, or
ean be coBTenteatlydiTMed into sereral small ones, tor
health and fertility of soil this place is cnsorpasEtd by
aay mtbecoaatry. itr further panicmars appiyiowe
sabscriber oa the premises.
Gcl-dawB THOS. SHAPABD.
goshs anir SHafinittrjr,
NEW & YALUABLE BOOKS
JUST BECEiriD BT
LAMB, YOUNG & CO,,
So. Main Street.
JJ Kew Bsegrapues, oj Jtacaniay,
B.rd TiTtors Trareis. 6to1s.. 12 mo.;
7t Ameiicans in Japan : an abrMgemeat of tbe gST-
rnmeat narratiTt of the D. S. Expedition to Jaaaa
udcr OdBsedore Peny. by Tomes :
Talsgs Xot Geaerally Known : a pepalar h sad -book cf
Pacts, net readily accessible 1b History, -UUrstnre
aal Sdence, eaitea oy u. jl. ni a ucw w ti
K.tioaal and Patriotic br G. IT. Cntter;
Baircsiais and his Times, or Ssstehes of Piench So
ciety in the 16th Cenlnry, by lxoii u. UHaente,
TT..lnn if' r.avnre of 'VTashiBCton. bT'Wiihsms;
trasstagtsa ia Domestic Llt, from original letters and
KiinMcriBta- br Richard Bash:
The American Citizen : bis rights and dalles accerdiBg to
the spirit of the C. 3 Slates, by Jsbn Henry Hep
kms, D. D. L L I- (A boot of rare merit one
which every can aboafci read and caretally weigh its
wise and patriotic precepts.)
Villas aad Cottages, by Taax a new and rateable work
Inasre WKclB for Anytaisg worm uto;: or ui
3789 fact werth knowing ;
iranace the Hero of Scotland, by Reynolds ;
Monarch Retired from Basinets, by Soran;
Euiles and Prewse , by Sarah A Venn.
A large assortmeat of MEDICAL BOOKS, and a great
tariety ef MlsoeHaneoBS Bocks, for sale at tne Tery sow.
Mt cash prices. my
Tlie Rights and Duties of the
rnHK Ameriead CifJceB. His Rights and Datie.. accord
X. lag to tbe spirit of the Constitatiea of the United
States ; by Bishop uoptras.
Seed -Grain tor Thought and Siccnisioa, a Compilation
br Anna C. Lewetl. in two vols.
Kathie Brand-, a PiresWe History of a Qaiet Life; by
Hotm s Ie.
Ei Criago, or Kew Mexico and Her Teeple ; by TT. TT. H,
Darb, late Called states Attorney.
Tlrla. or The Secret of Power ; by MrarSaoih worth.
The GoMea Legacy, a Story of Life's Phases ; by a Lady,
3Jw Biographies of Itraslrfeep Men.
Uamer's School History.
Alo, alarge astortmeatetPasphleta Plays, embracing
IS. Modem standard liraaa. i leach's urama, spencer
Boston Theatre, sc., oc ror sale by
ap26.daw CLEATES h. GTJIOS.
Books for Every Lihrary.
"TIEN TON'S Abrsteefseat of he Debates of Congress
Xj Beaton's Thirty Tears in the Cmtrd Slates Senate,
Prttate CerrespoBdeace of Daniel ITebster, two t1s.;
"Webster's TTcrks. t toU.;
Jeha C. Calhoun's TTerks, G t4s.;
Kane's Arctic Explorations, two rets.; '
Catlia's Ksnh Amertcaa Indians. 2 Tets.;
Cspb li's Lives ef the Lord Chancellors, 7 rets.;
Cspb.ll's LiTes ef tbe Chief Jastlers, 2 toIs ;
Mist Stricklaad'a Lires of tbe Qaeeusof England, 6rds.
Bancroft's Hlflery of .b United states, 6 vuJj.;
Tk British Bssayists, S Tots ;
Dayektwk s Cyetopedla of American Literature, 2 toIs
Irring's Life of 'VTatbiagton, X toIs.;
ISpark'a American Biography. IS vols.;
SeiectitfES for Sabbath Reading. For sale by
ap!2 CLEAVES GHIOS.
IXTERES1 IIVG BOOKS.
THBODOSIA ERNEST ."Tolame 1 J Or, Ten Days' Tra
Ttl ia Search f the Chnrcfa.
The Giant Killer j Or, The Battle TTaich All Hast
fjcaapaTlas from Gibe Tarefc to StaQbecl, by Lieut,
Pif ty Tears ia Both neat-spheres ; Or, Reminiscences
of the Life of a Frtaer Merchant, by Vincent XoMe, late
of Sew OfieaBs.
Chambera' History of the Ran lan TVar, 18-'56, with
Mass. Plans aad irood EagraTiags.
Cartii' "Weils, Toil., embracing XHeXoles, Howaetyi
In Syria. Ptar Papera, ih prae ana I.
Catllns' Kortb American ladiaas, 2 Toll.
Charles Lamb's TVorks, Toil.
Hood's "Works, toIs. For sale by
f ap5 CLKATES & GUIOS.
A FEKosvlesof ""WASHINGION CROSSING THE
Painted by E. Lectxe, and engrared
by Paul Glrareet.
A large aasertaent of French Lithographs and Steel
EagraTtegs, saHabje for Grecian Painti' R, weH -worthy
the attention of Teachers; these wishing, wooM doweX
to eaH aay and stake selections.
Beaton's AVrMrrnwat of rbe Debates in Congress frrxa
17S9 to 17??, boaad in m art in or law sheep.
Bsycktak's Cyclopedia ef American Literature, la two
Flee ICo. Packet edition of Longfefflow's Poems.
- ofTeauyson's "
For sale by OLEATES GP10N.
LIST OF LATE PUBLICATIONS
ros SAIX BT
Cleaves & Gulon.
rfiHE Artist's Bride; or, The Pawnbroker's Heir, by
I Vmhum TI.BB.il tntkApnr Prmlrl Vlnwr. ' A
Oid Haaa, the Pawnbroker ; or, The Orphan's Ia gacy
A Tale af New York. FonBded on Facts ;
Imi aire "Within for AnilhiBg Ton VTtat to Know; or,
Otct Three Thoesand and Sexen Hundred Facts
werth knowing :
The GoMea Legacy; A Story of Life's Phases, pro-
nsnaced to be oae of the best noreis written try
A Th-rr-Foid Test cf Modern Spiritualise ; by "WiHlam
R Geraen, u. i.;
SllTtrwood; ABokof Memories;
KatbierBrande; A Fireside Btetorr ef a Quiet Life;
The Poetical Works of Horace Smith aad James Smith
authors of the "Rejected Addresses," with Per,
trails aad Biographical Sketch; edited by EpesSsr
rlor Dramas; or, Dramatic Scenes for Home Amnse-
meats; by Wra. B. Powie,
CLEAVES & GCTON,
JLtmiber 2 Ziumber 2
T HAVE the largest assortment of Lumber on hand 1
X haTe erer otiered, eoaslttingin pan or aeasoneauy
press and reptar, S, I, IX and 2 Inches wide and dear
W and 8x10; Jc4ce2xe, 2x8, 2x10 and 2x12; Scant
ling 2x1. 2x5. 2x8, xl, ex, and 4x6 ; Weatherboard lug,
Sheeting, Shingles and Walnut Lumber on hand ; also a
large lot of dressed TeHow Pine Flooring and rough Pop
lar Flooring, Red Cedar Posts of all sizes.
Yard oa Batture, South aide of Centre Landldg.
' IcnlS-dtwmwtv M E. COCHRAN.
M'LLE MANVERS, Parisienne,
WHO speaks English flaently, withes to gire lessons
in the French and Spanish languages, and also In
VeealMetlc MUe Majtvj ss would be glad to attend
schools, evgiTe private lessons. MUe M. brings testi
monials rem the highest pe-sonagea In this country,
signed byTresldeat Pierre, Got. Aiken, (S. C.,1 Senstor
Butler, Cel. Jefieraoa Daris, Jtc , which ahe win be hap
py to eahlblU ... . ..- .
Apply at Mr. BHlkley's, llemando street, next door to
tbe late UayorCanotl'a residence, or at lb Music Stores.
RECEIVED, ik wtn receive wetssyuurws opnns
Summer, the chelceat articles ter Rents and Toulhs'
wear. The stoca, is large aaa pi"7 mjwa wiuu.t
ef a f real variety of
Coats, Panta and vests,
Also, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Trunks, Umbrellas, &e.
To which tbe attention of easterners and the public is
rerfully invited. , . - --,
trustors earner union ana bviuj r ...
Store ft 0. , aiaia siren, aciayuu.
3- Hnqalrer copy two weeks.
JAS. C. WARD.
XEWSPiilXG ASD SU3I3IER GOODS,
JAS. A. STEEETT & CO.,
NO 219 MAIN-ST., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' BALL,
ARB juit opening a choice, stock of FANCT and STA
prKnnT finnns. which they efftr low for cash, or
ihn TiBii.i time to nromnt customers. We lnrite the at
tention rf city and country Buyers w can ti.m.u.
our slock before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock con
sists in part of rich Dress Silks. SUk Tissues, Bereges.
Organdies. French Cambrlca, Lawns, French, English
ALSO, SUk Tissue, Berege, Orgsndle, Jaoonett and
LawuRsbes ol the newest desUa; Lace Shawls aad
Maatillaa, sew aaa elegant styles.
jPamily Purnishing materials,
Consisting In part of Linen and Cotton Sheetlig, all
widths aad QBalltles, rillowCase Llneas. donWo and sln
.. n.n...v t.ki. math. Kacklns. Dispers. Dyles,
T-wtltags,Cnrtla Material, of all descriptions, Mar-
semes Qaills an' twunterpancs, uuoiut.,
Bleached and Brown Sheeting and Shtrtlsg. Plain and
Striped Osnaburgi, &c, Ticking, Strlpl Csttyaaes,
. vuv. bb,..,i. 1,.,, kr "White Good, con-
sl'tingof Plaia, Figured, and Ckecied Swiss Bock In
: u,ll Pwif.mlitb T9 llld LACt t.
Handio'me Worked Setts, Collars, Brands, ic .InfaBts
v.- v.. -uvj.. -pt-i- .-a Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
Gtores, nosier. Fancy BelU, Fans, Perfamery, Small
' ' . . v.-ti Ajl. IV, l.aillnr fM.
It is our intention j V ir
tare of bstiness, and oar frieaas can ray upou imuu.
all times a fall and complete assortment.
Clothing and Purnishing Gooda
Stock la this line manufactured under ear own super-
Boots and Shoss, Hats and Caps,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Trunks, Carpet Bags, it
WHOLrSALE ASD BETA XI. DZAIXBS IS
GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags
243 MAIN STREET,
Union Block, Opposite Court Bquare.
OUR terms are cash, whlea enawes as to seii at ins
lowest prices. We respectfully solicit a call from all
In want of Clothing.
Spring and Summer
TH AT E.
SDIOX & SEESSEL,
3IANUFACTURERS OF .MENS'
a5jd trnoLxsaxE cr.at.Ens ix
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
SOOTS, SHOES ASD PLASTERS' GUUilS.
OUR faculties this year being cf such a nature we are
enibted tnorour SDriag and Summer stock, which
is unusually large, to the trads and dtitens generally at
the Tery lowest rates, uouniry jayrcoams ana
Traders la particular are earnestly requested to call and
examine oar stock Dorepurcaasingeisewnre.
SIMON & SEESSEL. 63. Front Row,
Corner JcZerson-st., under Commercial HoteL
137 tvt xx Trvr ST.,
iTndnr t lie IVorsham House.
mEnbCTlberbeEsleaTeoanBeaBce to hfs cuttora-
JL ers and tbe dtliens of Memphis that he has return
ed from XewTork with a fall assortmeat of most splen
did Goods, which,ie is prepared to mate up for cat a oa
short notice. -gyo-.r
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP MEMPHIS, TENTT.
ATrrnORIZED CAPITAL I GDARA NTT CAPITAL
$209,000. I JUOO.000.
nn ATiTKREt) bT the Leellatare of Tennessee, Session
ef 16eo-'66, to make Fire, Life and Marine Insurance
and to cause themselves to be re-lnsared when deemed
expedient. In Tiew of wbkh they hare arranged with
tbe following Companies, for re-insurance by means cf
open policies :
Hriti.h Casimcrcial Life. London Capital S3 000,000
EiBiUble Fire, "
Intrnatloaal Life, ' "
Knickerbocker Life, Dnltcd States, " 2W.0U)
Great Western Marine, " " 1,000,000
neward Fire -nd MartBe, ! 600,000
Consolidated Fire ". 300 000
At the annnal election on Tnesdsy. thclOth Irstant, the
following Directors and Committee were eHcted for the
ensuing year :
JAMES B. THORNTON, L- J. DCPREE,
GEO R. GRANT, THOS. 11 CAD AM,
STEPHEN B. CURnS, J. H. MULFORD,
HENET S. KING, JOS. BARBIEBE, lrH
S. B. CURTIS, L. J. DUPREE, E. S. KIKG
Medical Examiner G K O. R. GRANT, a . 1).
Attorney J. B. THORNTON, Esq.
Atnitrdbv. P. BANEHEAD. Kla.
And at a meeting ef the new Directory ct "CedDOedsy,
the 11th lnst., the following cfacers were tixHCQ for tho
JAMES B. THORNTON, PretiSent.
GEO R. GRANT, FSet Pretiient.
TTIOS. McADAM. Secretary.
OFFICE No S, Madison street, comer I xooVRorw.
rT STEAMBOATS, Stearabeat Boilers, and Steambott
V Machinery, under the prorisions or me acts oi ion
gres of 1S33 and !St2. Oface, 8 Madison street.
mart TiiUJiAa sicauaji, inipecior,
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO
Of Nashville, Tenn.
CAPITAIi, :::::: $150,000,
JOSEPH VAULT Pres't A. W. BUTLER, Bec'y.
John M H1U, Alex. AUlsoa, Thompson Acdsrsoa,
James Correy, R, H. Gardner, F. A. Owea,
G. M. Fogg. Joseph Taulx, James Ellis,
N. E. Alloway, W. S. Eakln,
MARINE INSURANCE cn Cargoes and Freights coder
open or special policies. Inland Transportation .Risks ou
Merchandise, by steamboats, railroads, or land earriagts ;
also, hazarda on rivers and lases to or from any part of
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE on buildings, dwelling or other
htuses, goods la store, furniture, fcc, In town or country.
E3-Negroes Insured against tbe dangers of the river.
J. G. LONSDALE, Agent,
Office Jefferson street, Memphis.
m.. Ti 1 Tir Ir.cnn. rr,..
AUt) 1IIUIU..1 tine lujiuauio vvupaui)
OF NEW TORK.
most correct observations. Policy holders get all the gatna
ot the Company, as It Is purely mutual, having no prefer
red stocx or other capital to tage tne nrstiruiuoi ptosis
from the Insured.
Any person wishing Insurance on his or her life will re
ceive all iaformatlea, together with tbe requisite fcrtsi cl
application, by calling n J. G. LONSDALE,
Agent Mctual Lite Insurance Company,
ectll-Iy Office Jefferaou street, Memphis.
CORNER OF CHICKASAW AND JACKSON-STS
TVToTr: jp'ri i a , Tonn..
DEALER la Ale, Porter, Cider and Wines of all kinds,
manufactured by the most celebrated estatlls amenta
in the Ualted States. For sale, Wtioleeale or Retail,
From sty long experience in the baslness (twelve years cf
which has been In the city of Memphis) I fla ter myself
with the guaranty I hare had from my old customer,
that ray exertions hive been appreciated by them.
Inly27-dawtf JACOB BECHTOLD.
K. B. FOREST,
BEAIiBW IN SlirWES,
No. ST Adams-st, Memphis, Ten..
HAS Just recelred from North Carolina.
twenty-tire likely young negroes, to which be tfS
desires to call the attention ot purchasers.ot
ine-will be la tbe regular receipt of negroes,5
from North and South Carolina every month. His Ne
gro'Depot Is one ot i he most complete and comraodloui
establishment of the kind In the Southern country, a V
his r-gulationa exset and systematic, cleanliness, neat
nes and comfort being strictly observed and enforced
His aim Is to furnish to customers A. 1 senranta o:
field bands, sound and perfect la body and mind. Nt
greas sakin ea eeasmiSBloa. inBl
nanawAi iroaiue sunscnoer, at Bowie's u
Point, Tunica county. Miss,, three negro men, 3r
TOM. black, aged about 23 rears, about f.rp-J -
feet eleven inches high, thick under Up, and rather slow
ct speech, weighs about 175 pounds.
GEORGE, black, aged absut It years, about six rei-t
jhljh, wej made, fine countenance, and weighs about 1C3
WILSON, black, aged about 22 years, about S feet 9 H
or 10 Inches high, weighs about 160 pounds, has a slight
defect la his walk as if bis feet were sore.
It taken out cf the Stale, aad lodged la Jail at Mem
phis, I will pay the above reward. If withla the Stale,
and secured so I get them, fifty dollars
. W. UALK,
maris dawtf Bowie's Point, Tunica ounty. Miss.
NEW BARBER SHOP.
THOSE who are fond of an easy, comfortableand clean
SHAVE will Sod accommodation at the new shop ef
JOHN BROWN, who has Ut re-opened on Shelby street,
nis shop it comfortably and tastef ally fitted up, and be
will be pleased to welcome his old customers and as many
new oaet as may see proper to patronize blm.
IS respectfully" wanted of RICHARD BRENNAN. a
native of the city of Cork, Ireland. He left Mempsia
in Jolr, ISS2, and has net been heard ot since. Any la
fonnatiun respecting him win be thankfully received by
his brother, ' THOS. BRENNAN,
my3 . Memphis, Tean.
TWO DR ATS also two Dray Llcenseiywalch have efcht
and nine months to run. Apply to
t4-U 6WTNNK St GIBSON. -
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& GO.'S EOTTEREES.
Capital Prize S5,000.
TICKETS ONLY $10!
r WING to the great taeor with which our Single Nrm
I 1 . T. v..... i.. ... TrivMl br thenublte,aud
the large demand for Tickets, the Managers, S BW AN Jt
CO.. will hare a drawing each Saturday "bot.,h?
.... t. eiwwinr Scheme will be drawn la each of
their Lotteries for Hay. 18S7.
To be drawn la the City of Atlaata, Georgia, la pnbllc.
oa SATUKUAi, aiayiu,
To be dra-rm in the city of Atlaata, Georgia, In public, ca
SAT 3RDAT. May tb, 1S57.
To be drawn In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, la public, on
SATPKPAT, May lSlh, IS57.
nT,AS3 37, .
To be drawn In th city of Atlaata, Georgia, In public, on
SATBRPAT, May2Jd, lbi7.
To be drawn in the city of Atlsnts, Georgia, in public, on
SATURDAT. May 30th, 1S37, on the plan ot
More than Ono Prize to Every Ten
TO SE BRAWlt
- UACII SATURDAY IN MAY.
1 Ttac ef
1 " '
1 ' "
I " "
2 600 1s
100 are ,
4 FrUes of $225 Aprox'tlng to $50,000 Priie are $900
3.290 nriiea amounting to... $204,000
Whole TicKets, tjiu ; jaives, oo uu;
Quarters, ax ou.
PI.AX UP THE LOTTERY.
Th. Vnmbersfrom 1 to 30.000. corresponding with those
Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate slips of pa
per, are encircled with email tin tuoes ana jjiaceu iu ouc
wheel. . . ...
The first 213 Prizes, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed In another wheel.
The wheels are then rerolTed, and a number Is drawn
from tbe wheel of numbers, and at the same time a Prise
is drawn f rum the other wheel. Tbe Number and Prise
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered by tbe Commissioners ; tbe Priie being placed
against the Number drawn. This operation is repeated
until all the prlies ar-! drawn out.
ApraoxutATtox Prizes. Th two preceding and the
two jueceedlne Numbers to those drawing tbe first IS
Prises will be entitled ti tha 72 Approximation Pi lies, ac
mn)inr t.i the scheme.
d" The 3,000 Prlies of $20 will be determlaed by the
UBl3.urcgi tuBjiuwu.1 -
r.rn.nni. If the Nnmbers drawinirg&O.OOO Prlxe ends
with No. 1, then all tbe TicketsVhere the number ends
In 1 will be entitled to $20. If the Number 'ends with
No. 2, then all the Tickets where the Lumber ends in 2
will be entitled to $20, and so on to O.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at tho following
wblrfiis the risk:
Certificate ot Package of 10 Whole Tickets $50 00
u 10 Halt " .t 40 00
. " . 10 Quarter " 20 00
" 10 Eighth 10 00
In orderintTlekets Jr Certificates, enclose the mdhey
to ofr addres. for tha Tickets ordered.on recelptof which
the will be forwarded by first msil-SPurchasers can
haTeTtckets ending inany ngure tney may oesigaave.
Tse list of drawn numbers and prlxes will be foiward,
M in nnrcbawrti immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and
girr their Post Offlce, County and State.
Remember that erery rrlre is drawn and payable
in foil without deduction. -
All Prizes of $1,000 and under, paid Immediately
after the drawing other Prizes at the usual time ot
- All communications strictly confidential.
Address orders for Tlcketf or Certificates ef Packages to
S. SWAN & CO., Atlanta, ua.
S. SWAN & CO.. Montgomery. Ala,
t3-AMJtof thenumbeis that are drawn from, the
wiieei, wttn tne amount ci me prize ui ooei."1
titled to. will be cuMished alter every drawing lnthefo!
lowing papers : New Orleans Delia, Mobile Register,
Charleston Standard, Xashville Gazette, Atltnta lnt-111-gencer,
New Tork Wtekly Day Bool, and Savannah
f afor-SWiiU! lTac)titeSe
Planters, Look. o Your Interest!
TTTE are still agents for the talS of tbe EAGLE GIN
STANlJ .Actual tests prove mat tae uias bow ho
lag manufactured are the best In ue.
For llgbtnesf draught, peed, and making a fine sam,
rj the Gins etnnot be eaaaled.
Now Is the time to nd in your orders, so as to hare
tbem made and to arrive here in time for tne next cron.
HARRIS, WORME1 ET & CO., Agents,
zaar25 daw3m No. S Front Row, Memphis.
J3 Enquirer copy. .
a u. iBrrncABT J. m. -woodsoh.
TRUEHEART &. WOODSON, '
JIannlacturcris of Southern Star Cotton Gin,
T-. ESFECTFULLT call the attention of the public, par-
XV ticalarly the Co' ton Plant.r , to their GIN HANU
FACTORT, now ia succesnf ul operation in thU place. We
deem ltnnnecestary to-publLU any testimonials of the
good performances of our Gins, tbuga many could be
procared of gentlemen who arc no u.lng them men of
high reputation as planters, and would not be satisfied
with any but a good Gin ; and we will only add that we
are determined to spare no pairs or means io maze a
rTattnn Gin th.t vill nl.ase tbe Planter.
In addition to the Gin we furmerly advf rtls'd and sold
for $3 per saw, we are now fitting up aa isiprorei style,
at con-lderable additional expense, -which wo will sell at
$3 60 per saw.
A sample of our Gins can always be seen at Messrs.
Graham it Hill's, who are our agents in Memphis.. '
Gentlemen Planters, send In your orders, with specifi
cations, and they shall be prompt'y attended, to. A euf
hclf nt guaranty given in every sale.
J3 Repatrlng dono with neatness and disratch.
Important to Cotton Planters!
THE TAILORTREMIUM COTTON GIN,
CLPililANS, BROWM" & CO.,
THE subscriber begs leare to call the attention of
Planters to an examination of the merits of three
Gin Stands, which possess In a greater degree the quail
ties to be desl'fdln Cotton Gin tU.: Speed", light
Draught, and Good Sample than any Gin extant, and
are offered oa as reasonable terma as any establishment
In the South.
I feel fully authorized In saying that I can tarnish, all
things considered, a superior Gin Stand to any factory in
the United Statrs;
Meisrs. Fowlkes, Mount & Co. are agents for the sale
of these Gins, who wUlkees a supply of various sizes on
band, or will order any rise at short notice.
Jeffersoa street, Memphis, Tenn.
mar20-dtwaw6in fc. S. A. THORNTON, Ag't.
rpips attention of
I to the above snnerlor Gins, manufactured by B: Car
ver Co., East Brldgewater, Mass. IHnder a recent Im
provement, the Carver Gins are regarded as tha best now
In general use ; their superiority needs no comments frcra
as, as thousands are now la successful operation In the
tWe have on hand fifty Gins, embracing all the dice rent
sizes andncmbers ot saws.
Also 10 arid 12 feet segment bolts, washers, it, com
plete, an of which, we offer to oar friends upon the usual
terms and time. GWTNN & GIBSON,
Noa. I and 3 Exchange BuUding.
Memphis, Sept. 2S, ISM tf
WHITLEY'S PATEST PORTA
CI-AISK & AVERY,
St. Louis, Mo.
AGENT AT MEMPHIS, TENN.,
HAVING taken the-Agencr for the aale of the above
Circular Saw Mills, I am prepared to fill all orders
f r Mills, with or without the power to drive then, on
the shortest notice.
Psrsons wishing to purchase Hills, and also desirous that
they should be set up and put into operation, can be ac
commodated. We'dotxit wish to praise our own work, all weaskot
persons wishing to purchase Mills Is to examine oar
work before buying elsewhere, as we ihlnk they will gtre
as the preference after such examination. We are sat
isfied our Mills will saw more lumber, and In better style
la the same number of hours than any other Saw Mill
Person wishing to purchase Kills will please addrees
meatMephis,Ttnn. G. McLEAN.
Black Smith and Sheet Iron Worker,
Corner of Front Rok and I.fncAeiftr-if .,
SECOND-HAND Boilers bought, sold
and exchanged for new 'ones. Sheet Iron
work done of every description, sucn as
Chimneys. Brlcbent''Flre Beds, Escape
Pipes. Ctstdensers, FoTges.MetallcLlfe-Boats ,"aad Steam
boat Work la general. Also,- Bank Safes, Fireproof Shuts,
Gasometers, Citterns, c. "
NB. Boilers repaired at the shortest notlce,-andn
tbe noil reasonable terms. nevU-dawly
ON the 1st June,. 1S5. the arm heretofore existing be
tween F: H. CLARK and A. 0. WURZACH was dls
sotred by mataal consent. F, H. Clark Is charged with
the settlement of tbe business of the late firm of F. H.
Clark Jl Co. F. H. CLARE.
The subscribers hare associated themstlTet together
under the firm ot F. H. CLARE & CO.
F. n. CLARE.
JAS. S. WILE INS,
OUR. NEW FIRM.
It affords me pltascre to annousc to my friends and
the pckUo.that I hare amoclated with me my former
partner. JAS. S. WILEINS, and my well-known assis
tant, THOS. HILL, andr the familiar style ct F. H.
The new firm will start with an efficient force In each
mecbaalealbraach, the Watch departmentbelng under the
auperrlsion of Mr. Wllklns.
Sto k full at all times of the latest fashions, and prices
as lo as tbe same quality and style ot I tods can be pur
chased In Philadelphia or New Tork.
1 am thankful for the liberal patroaage extended to mt
dcriag my fitteea years' residence ia Msmpais, and my
aba will be to marlt its continuance.
F. H. CLARK.
OUR aim has ben to keep pace with our growing city,
and furnish these who want Goods la ear line with
good articles, aad at fair prices. Oar assortment, for
years, has been ant little if any beaiaa our Eastern
cities. It is more extensive this season than erer. Oar
leadlag branches are, first
Of whldh we hare erery Tariety in general use,
together with a large assortmeat made to oar
order, which for neatness of style andttme-keep-
Ing, are sarpassed by none, in oar assortment
will be foandthe Eight Day Watch and the Repeating
Chronometer, giTlng the time to a minute in the sarx.
Our aisartment la this Important branch Is kept full
by frequent receipts of all the new styles, Whether of'
foreign or domestic production.
Wt hare made this branch of our business a stndy for
years, not only posting ourselves with regard to the dif
ferent nuilltles and merits of the different styles and ma
kers, but of the kinds beet suitable te our market. Our
assortment, tor a anaioer or years, aaa oeen larsc, im
which we haTe receatly made many additloa, of oar own
lmrertstlon. We can furnish ear easterners with SHOT
GUNS from $5 to $200; RIFLES fran $10 to $100.
Also, the celebrated suAitri.'a nirut.
DERRINGER aad COLT, of all sizes. Also, a fall as-
ortmeat of the Kinds la geaerai use.
Tea and Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Cups, Castors,
Spoons, Forks, Ladles, with many choice Fancy Articles,
all coin xme.
SILVER PLATED GOODS.
Urns, Castors, Candrtstlcks.Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg,
nes, Cake aad Fruit Baskets, Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Pitch,
ers, Uobieu, cups, wallers, etc.. &c.
A tall assortment ot Pocket and Table, from the best
makers, with a great Tariety ot Fancy Goods.
OTJB MECSAHTCAL BRANCH.
All kinds of Watch Work done In the most f althfnl
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
Plain and Oramental; Seals tor Lodges, Courts, &c,
in any style , stencel Plates ot all sizes. ,
octl6-dawly F. H. CLARK & CO
:rsr e tv
WATCHES Some Tery fine.
SILVERWARE Com fine.
SILVER PLATED GOODS Best quality.
SPKCTACLKS To suit every condition ot sight.
GUNS Best aiskera.
PISTOLS Full assortment .
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLBRT.
Msklag by far the best assortment ever offered In this
market F. II. CLARK ft. CO.,
mar28 No. 1 CUrk's Marble Block,
A CCURATELT adjusted to the eye, so as to ault the
XX molt difficult tI.Ijd, without occasioning that sense
of weakt ess or fatigue to the organ generally complained
ot by wearers of common glasses, but enabling the wnarer
of this Improved Spectacle to pursue the most minute
employment either by day or candle light, with ease and
CHEN. ITLTLTjEB, Optician,
or THE firm or
0HEN. MTJLLER & BE0.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Clocks, Watches, acwclvy
Madison-tt., bet. Main and Front Raw,
OPPOSITE I. B. KIRTLAND'S OFFICE, MEMPHIS
PARTICULAR attention paid to the repairing
of Watches by an experienced workman. Being
detent lned not to be excelled la superior work-
'aianthlD In this branch of the business, we hare
engaged a first dais Watchmater, ana can natter our
elves In saving that there Is no House. East or West.
that can boast ot a better. Clocks carefully repaired and
warranted Jewelry and Spectacles of erery 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 hare
been lrrposrd upon by Individuals peddling through the
country an Inferior ir'Ws of spectacles, representing
them to be these improves giatses, reuaer it necessary
that we bould cautlbn the public against sucn Tenders.
and protect the reputl r our aUues. All spectacles
made by us are stamp.: us tne name oi mo arm.
marlO-daw CHRISTIAN MULLER & BRO
mnElatenandby far the most Important Improve
1 ment In Photography Is the recently patented pic
ture known as the SPHEREOTTPE, which is not only
new and unlike any of Ita predecessors, Dai greatly su.
cerior te ail. The Sphereotype Is proof against TIME,
AIX and WATER, and for richness of tone, warmth of
expression and distinctness has to equal in fact the 11
lusion Is such that the picture, er image, seems suspesd'
ed in air. entirely Independent ot the back ground
For this oicture we have the exclusive right for Mem
phis. Specimens'can be seen In onr Gallery, where pic-
tares are also taiea in tne various siyie oy our .rtistj
who comblais the Chemist with the Artl't, which ena
bles him at all times te produce superior Pictures.
F. H. CLARK & CO..
dec2-tf No. I Clark's Marble Block.
O -Si. 3E. L ' J3
TTATING Just returned from a business tour North,
XX with all tbe facilities ftr taxing nne, aurasie
Daguerreotypos, Ambrotypes, &o.,
I am now ready In person to serve my friends and the
public generally in my line, oa the most reasoaable terms.
I hare no new tangled patenta.and dap-trap processes
to offer the public. My establishment has to stand tr
fall amid all the blazonry of Its neighbors, upon its ewa
TIIE HAZARD POWDER COMPANY,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
"10NTINUE to offer their well known brands cf ELEC-
J TRIO INDIAN BleLK aad HKMUlii AirLK
POWDER In kegs and canisters. Also, Gaa Powder for
Blasting aad Mining, comprising a full assortment of
qualities and kinds required by the trade, guarantied
to give entire sattsfsctlon.
The standard of their Powder, which has now enjoyed the
highest reputation for more than twenty-flTe years,, will
be round unsurpassed by any other minafacture of the
kind la the world.
For ssle in this city by GATES k WOOD, Agents, and
at the office of the Company, No.,89 Wall. eorntr Water
street New Tork. A. u. UAZAtts, rresiaeni.
A E. Douglass, See'y mai6-d6m
T Miv-r ..i ?U.BTiTO!
Tho Madison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Pactory,
THE nnderstlga'd has taken the staad recently occu
lted by Moore & mislead, over tbePlaalat Mill oi
Whipple, McCullagu & Co., and Is prepared to fill all cr
ders for sash, Doors, minor, jrrames, uasings, jiouio.
lnes. Mantles. &C.
Particular attention paid to dressing and ripping Lum
ber, for the Carpenters and Builders.
Cortior of HaiTi and Adams street.
THIS House Is situated la the centre of business, anr
Is now finished and in complete order. The Proprietor
pledges himself lt shall not be surpassed by any House la
the 3ontl west. ...
Being grateful for the "very liberal patronage bestow oc
on him for the last two years, he hopes by a street atten
tion to business to merit a continuance of the same.
oc7.tf J. J. W0R3HAM, Prbprletcr
JYew Restaurant 2
ON TJNION STKEET.
THE subscriber respectfully Informs his old friends and
au. the public, that he bas opened a new Restau
rant oa Union treet, where he is prepared to furnish
the best Tlands that can be found in the market, served
In the best Parisian: styles. Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, 31rds In fact, eyerything suited
to lhe finest and most delicate epicurean taste.
Giro sue a call I have alx different rooms for the ac
commodation of Private Parties. I will not be outdone
In anbranch connected with my business.
rebKi-tt Q US. DEMPBRW0LF,
H1WKS, SMITH & CO.'S BULLETIN.
:3T3iri ri g "xTx-iado, X8S71
MERCHANTS, PLANTERS, MECHANICS !
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
HAWKS, SMITH & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Nob. 304 and 808 Main-st.
ALSO AGENTS TO.
Heaing's " Patent Salamander Safes !
TTATING now received the greater portion of our
JUL woods for tha Sr-BING TRADE, by recent arrivals
from Barope and the Eastern Cities, we are prepared to
offer greater inducements to th Merchants, Planters and
Mechanics of the Southwest than have hitherto been of
fered In this market, for proof ef which we respectfully
solicit themspectionet onr stock and. prices, inviewor
this, we hare placet ourselves la a posit ln to offer sack
inducements to tho.o who may visit Memphis fur the par-
pose or making their pareoa.fi, as will deter them from
seeklnr anothermarretsa far at lamst a our business I
, . 77 ., . .V. . , i ' . . I
is eoncoroed. -To fully carry out this objec. we have made
permanent arrangemis with the best manafacturers la
with a full stock of Golds la our line, and will furnish
aose wna may ravorua wiui tneir oraers, wita gooua
as low cgures as any nouse in ins country, souta or n en.
uur s'-ocx comprises
For the Country Trade.
Boiled and Charcoal Iron Castings,
Boston, Philadelphia aad Wheeling Nans,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets,
Log, Trace, Stay and Stretch Chains,
Bright and half bright casUteel Hoes,
Castitesl polished rlveted-eye Hoes,
Oil root and steam beat Hames,
Beg skin Collars, horse and male,
Cotton, wool and Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jute Cordage,
Thread and common cotton Rope,
Flow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes Lines, Ae., .
Louisville, Cincinnati and New Terk Sitters,
Nova Scotia and B-sved Grindstones,
Ames' caststeel Shovels and Spades,
Rowland's and Can's 8hoTels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all patterns,
Leeks, Latches, Hinges, fcc,
Well Wheels and Well Bucket.
Together with every aitlde salted to tbe .trade ot tit
country merchant. Ia the
We have made tha best selections from the most approved
manufacturers of every article necessary forth plaatlaj
Cottoa, Cane and Grab Hoes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks,
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fan MUIs, Corn Mills, Corn Shelters,
Corn and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutters,
Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, &.,
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent and common Churns,
Hames, Collars, Singletrees, but.,
Prna lug Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements of all kinds.
Hall h. Spear's wrought and cast Plows,
Allen's Cottoa Flows and Scrapers.
Together with a fall stock et the "celabrated Avery aad
Llvlagston & Co. news, which have far several years
past given such universal satisfaction. W are fully pre
pared to keep always on hand a large stock of these
Plows, together with the extra Points and Castings, so as
to be able to supply eurplanters with tbem at all Unas.
Ia the selectloa ot our stock of Goods ia th
We have paid most particular attertion to the Interests
ot our mechanics. We have selected .such goods as are
best suited to this market, and can safely guaranty satis
Our stock la this department Is tun aad templet.
Greenwood's celebrati d Rlnges,
Greenwood's Axle Pullles and Shutter Fastnlsgs.
Pearl White tml Mineral Knsb Locks and Latches,
CIoe and Electro-Plated " " " "
' Cottage, Rural and Mortise ' " "
Front and store daor " "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self-shutting door and Gale Hinges and Latches,
Bolts and Hooks, Nails. Brads. Screws, kc.
This department in ear business is uader the speclsl
. n.r l.lnn nt nnm nt It.. n.ptB,',, .ia f.p tiBT
years, la this city, glvea It his caret nl atteaUon, and be-1
lieriag mat ibis orancn of onr nusiaess requires mora
ttiBnardinarv care, both In lft a.ectlflB or irift fooll
.n,t in mtino-nni.r "h. la dpi.rminni t. nu. bu eat an.
deavors to keep inch goods as shall please all our me-
chanles, ad will hold every lnducement'to merit thilr
the quality of ail which we can tally guaranty, cempris-
Union Factory Planet, Rules; &c,
a Spear & Jackson's naad and Pannell Saws,
Butcher's cast steel Chisels and Flies,
Earl Smith & Co.'s Files,
Wetherby's Chisels and Draw Knlvee;
Cam's celebrated " "
Spirit Levels, Rules and Guages,
Augers, Auger Bltts, Screwdrivers, &e.
Peck's Louisville Bellows,
ifewcomb's New Tork Bellewa,f
Mid Box and ParaUelTlces, ,
Armltage's Mousehole Anvils,
Coley's warranted Anvils,
Hand and Sledge Hammers,
Farriers, Hamaoers, Knives aad Placers.
Best Charcoal Tin Plate 1 0,
" ' " " II.
Leaded Roofing Plate 1 0, - T
Bar Tin, Speltre, Ac,
Iron Brass aad Copper Wire,
Bolt Copper, Solderlnglrons, &e.,
Tinned and Braiiers Sheet Copper,
Boiled and Charcoal Sheet Iron.
Russ. Imitation, Rusa. and Galvernlzed Iron,
Bar Lead. Rivets. Copper Tacks, te.
We would also call the attention of Railread aad LeTee
Contractors to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, Ame's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines. Mattocks. Picks, ic.
Having a thorough knowledge of eur business In an lis
branches, we are determined to give It our antlra atten
tlon, and (hall attend personally to all th orders, and to
the transaction of our business In every particular, and
by so doing flatter ourselves that w can five satlsfae-
tloa. 11AWKS, SMITH & CO.,
febl 304 and 30S Main-st
FOR SALH BT
Hob't. M. IS alls
15 ycaniorc-st., Cincinnati, O.
H. G. HcCOMAS,
Coinmissiou & Forwarding Merchant,
NO. IS SYCAMORE STREET, CINCINATI, OHIO.
, B. W. KUCK1.K,
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
FFERS his services In the nubile and will give
KJ prompt attention to any business connected with bis
uc may oc iouuu amii oica oa iac wrav
side ef Main street, south of Union, (Canovan'a Build
ing, No. SIS, unless absent cn prjfesslanal busman
J. E Chadwlek, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. Prcrlne, Robertson Tepp,
B B. Wadden, Philip H. Thompson,
John 3." Clajbrook. f ebS-Cm
T O B ACCO!
WE have In store and are coartaatly receiving the
most celebrated brands of TOBACCO from Virginia,
Kentucky and Missouri, which we sell at manafacturers'
prices. We wauld call attention to the following Dianas
Trotter's Bougn ana Ready xwiat;
Pace's " " "
Walker & Co.'s " "
Holland's Extra Pancake;
Mohican, pounds ; Whit Tunstali, pounds ;
Pocahontas " Emma Adams "
Bigg " H.John's "
Parkins " Suthenla'a "
Persian Smoking Tobacco.
SKABROOK Jr. CARSON,
feb21-6m Madison straet, two doors from Msln.
ICE 2 ICE 2 ICE 2
TTAVING completed our MAMMOTH ICB HOUSE oa
js. aw.irec, -
prepared to furnish our friends and customers with ICE
at ONE CENT PER POUND. All orders for packing will
be promptly and carefully attended to in all seasons of
the year at lowest rates.
Th community may depend upon our supplying them
wfh Ice at the above rate. It is our inteatloa to keep
orlcea witbtn means of the toras well as rich.
5- All orders left at the Wharf-Boat, at the Mam
rXtTr.B.. .. n.B-.t. a, xDiv--. M on v. in
UIUIUIICUUV..,.! .- - . , --
street,) will be promptly niiea.
mar24-tm DUVAL, ALCXO k CO.
FREE3E &. FLOWERS'
NEW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
No. 338 Mam- Stroot,
Bet. Union aad Gayoso.
VrnV-Jb- H jgg. TEIST-NT.,
T3 now open for the reception of Students. Everything
A. that Is taught in any institution or a similar aina in
the United States ran be learned here. The course n-
b races Single and Double Entry Book-Keep Ing, Fe-man-
shlp. Commercial Law, commercial rorms ana calcula
tions, Banking, Wholesale and Retail, Commission,
Steamboat, Manufacturing, he
Students are not taught in classes; they are instructed
Individually and separately ; so there win be no detention
oa ae-iuat ot classes. It takes but a few weeks to com
plete the coarse.
The hoars of Instruction will be from 9 to 12 a. M., and
from 2 to 5 r. M. Also, Evening Lessons from 7 to 9
For full course, time unlimited $35 CO
For partial course 25 00
For Fenmaashlp, time unlimited IS 00
Por " tweaty lessons 6 00
For further particular, address
FREESE & FLOWERS,
feblO-Sm - Proprietors.
THE public are hereby forewarned. f rem trading for a
note drawn by sne and payable to the order of R. G.
Edwards, for the irm of Jl.000, dated 21st April,.lS57.
Th note was lost ao;idrntatly tnls'da'y, and I will not pay
11 but at the. extent of lbIsw.. v
pa.4w - B. MTHR3.
rg-f B aaaasssaaaM - "" Maawv!a-, -aaaaTrl
TTTB respectfully call your attention to our extensive
V V stock of Hardware. Cutlery, Guns, French Window
Glass, Nails, Castings. Metals, and all other articles la
oar line suited t the trade ef this lection 6f country
msstei waieanaa eitneroeea imported by as direct from
Europe, or selected from the best factories la America by
our partner resident la the East.
The recent additloa ef another store to ear premises.
eaaoicu us i csiaoifio a conveniens
WHOLESALE SAMPLE ROOil.
entirely disconnected from the retail branch ef onr trade.
aaa w leei assures uui aiercaaau wui eoasult thelrswn
interest by looking Into this room and xaaklar their se
lections, jione eaigooa ana punctual men need apply.
unless aeipaicu wi.a toe caia.
LOWNES. ORGILL CO.,
13 aad It Front Row.
Janl New Tork Office, 41 Putt street.
Three Thousand Kegs Nails.
BT recent heavy additions teeur stack, we have now
on hand over Three Thousand kegs Boston aad ether
warranted brands of assorted Nails aad Spikes, which
we oner tein&iraas, is rrgaiarly asserted lets, at ex-
ceeaiugiy low ra.ee xor caan.
LOWNES. ORGILL - CO.,
apI2-daw is and 14 Front Row.
TT7E bars Just recelred a large supply of the ImproTed
vv at t rr, v . .-m-.. .
" ".vv. in,., m..uv.mb uuiui.iui. , ...u, .u- i
p.Jet light Taralag aad DoableMsaldbaardFlows, which j
are also well adapted to the culture ef Cottoa and Corn,
L0WNE3. ORG ILL h. CO .
13 and H Front Row.
Sheet an Hoon Iron.
O A A BUNDLES Sheets, snorted. No. 12 U 26 :
Ai J J 200 bundles Hoops, ass'ted, X to 2 inches wide.
LOWX3S, ORGILL CO.,
spl2 daw 13 and 14 Front RoW.
TUST ReoeivcdTheavv shlsmenta ef Plautha. emhraeln?
J various sizes ot "LlTlngston Connty," amongst which
are aereral hundred ef the celebrated Ne. II. Also Doable
Mould-board, Bob-soil, HlU-slde, Harrows, Cultivators,
aaa an eneuess variety et and necessary Agricultural aad
Horticultural Implements far particulars of which, see
eur iiiasrratea uaiaiogue, turaisnea oraru at our store.
lAJWHS, U-UIL.L. CO.,
iaa4 IS and 14 Front Row.
SUPERIOR FISHIXG TACKLE!
"IHNTLHMBN who desire to proTide tbemielves with
VA a gee eutat for
Are Invited te call and select from our new and rare
stock, the following articles ot the choicest styles and
walking Cane Rods, assorted patterns ;
French Rods, 3, 4 and S Joints ;
English Reds, 3. 4 and 5 Joint-:
Artificial Files, Minnows, Mace, and every other
variety or Amaciai Dan ,
German Silver and Brass Reels, Snell Books ;
Sandwich Boxes aad Drsra Flaiks ;
Lines ef Silk, Linen. Sea Grassatnd Cottoa.
ALSO, a complete stock, com arising ererr aire of
nslyoake'a Superior Cart Steel, Limerick, Cheatertowa,
Tirgiaia, aurDy aaa Carlisle
r32c rooc-3 :
LOWNES, ORGILL CO ,
mar-T 13 aad 14 Front Row, Memphis, Tean.
Revr Corn and Cb Crasher.
WB bow nav the most eDclent
I Crusher, far less money, than has
: ever before been offered In aay
market. It will make Mal aad
i Hsmlay, and crash the Cam aad
C4b perfectly, aad kas taken the
premium la every contest.
LOWNES, ORGILL a. CO.,
13 and 14 Front Row.
Fii'e - Proof Sales ! !
FACTS SPEAK LODDER THAN WORDS ! !
A T the great fire which broke oat la Warren ana Murray
r streets, New Tork, sta joTemtr last, wnete prop
erty to the amount ei
600,000 ! !
was destroyed, several of these Safe's were testedwlth
resuiia aiur u, uk huowbi.
I .ilw a uai, , o.
I Ma. Jfliiox : la the fire at o. S9 Warren-street, on
the morning ot the sth last., our most valuable books aad
papers were eiposed tors hours in one of Stearns It
Marrin's Fire-Proof Safes.
We say fire proof, not" because theyareso labeled.but
becaase we hare so proredteen. Our bookstand papers
came out uninjured, save (he binding of the books, occa-
Onr store was eve stories above ground, ana two sta
rt below? crasl-from cellar to garret. Tne intensity
ef the heat can b attested by any fireman who witnessed
No furnace could be contrived by the ingenuity or man
to create a more latease heat. Wo voluntarily give this
tribute to th value of these Sife.. and select your widely
circulated commrlal 'Journal to Inform the merraatUe
community what estimate to place upon Stearns x Mar-
Tin's Wilder Patent Balamandsr Sites.
H AVI LAND. HARRHL i. RI3LKT,
In this connexion the Manufacture!-write us: "Wehave
made these Safes over 14 yea's have sold over 9,600
Had "IS tested la accideatal fires In the United Slates and
Canada, and never yet had a customer to "ose'a dollar by
fire from one ef them, we think tney nave earnea a nign
reputation, as they are readily sold here tirpreference" to
other Safe's at 25 to 60 per cent, less price." A tull stock
kept constantly n hand by
iAinriisa, umsii - aw.
Agents for Steams &. Marvin.
The Greatest Iaventlos of the age.!
PXRFHCTPB0TEC1I0N FROM THE ELBMBNTS.
PATENT GALVANIC CEMENT
THE subscriber Is now prepared to cover roofs of
bulldlogs, with a new and better article than aver
?ae puouc are aware iua our uovern-
ent n had sdaauae men experimentlog. and that it
v , itvta the ltaaT of xichlteets and Bollders for years.
todlarorsran artlcl far roctng purposes, that would
stand the sudden changes of the weather, and be Impervi
ous to fire at-d watsr, and rsanaln a permanent fixture.
Aa yat, nothing has been attained without costing more
than the people wish. Th contraction, expansion and rust
lag of mttal roots, are so great lachangeabla'eilmates, that
they brtvjm useless, unlesa being repaired at great ex
pense yearly. Shingles are nt fire proof, aad cannot be
ased oa flat roots, and th various Compositions and Ce
ment that have been orougat into Uie rjr rooncg, uo noi
stand the action cf the weather, bat they ran when it la
warm, and crack when frosty, and afierone-ertwoyeara
become crnsbly, and worthless; wheresE, the Inventor
at the Galvanic Cement, has labored twenty years to com
bine articles to obviate thos difficulties, aad can testify
from bis loag experience, and numerons testimonials
from reliable parsons, who have had bis combination ap
piled te their building,, that his Ceaaeat Is the cheapest
a d best article ever bafor known Tbe combination ot
this Cement Is such, that it la calculated for eatlr aew
roofs, flat or steen; ceverlag over old shingles without
removing them; lining av troughs, seeming around
battlements, chimneys aad sky-lights. Covering cat
tops, steamer decks, tie. This Cement, by Its non-can-
dsctlon and galvlnlam, prevents metal roors from rust
ing and undersclderlug, and resists th xtiems of heat
and cold, better than anything aver lffeated, for entire
roors or for eoverlag metal ana tae out-siae or woou
buildings, making them fire proof. Its appearance Is like
slate: beautiful for the rich palace or the humble cottage.
The undersigned having secured the right to the Slate
t Tenaeiste, will sell rights ot Territory, by Counties or
towns, on reasonable terms.
The subscriber Is also prepared to covar roots of build,
lng. In any part ot the State, at short notice.
This roof Is now being put on in this city, for tbe txns
fit of all concerned, and warranted to excel all other
modes of roofing. The subscriber having resided In the
I eit- 0f Meraphls one year, and has had his mode of roof
i ag tesied as to lis qualities, wmca naa proreo sausrac
tory, to which a nambr f the most prominent dtlsens
See testimonials ot the following gentlemen who have
used It. with hostscf others.
For further information enquire at the office, where
samples may be teea In J L Morgan's Architectural
Roods. No. 3 Walker's Block, Memphla, Tenn., or ad
dress, Bex 667, P. O. w
W. 3. BENNETT. Proprietor.'
Attached Is a note from John L. Morgan, Bsq , A.-chl
teet. br which may be seea the opinion ot Mr. Ssmuel
Sloan, the celebrated Architect, and writer upon Archi
tecture, whose experience wttn mis mode of roomng,
without a cot oi, is sausiaciory io an.
MEMrma, March 12, 1PS7.
Mat. W. S. Bexhett : When In Philadelphia, Pa , a
few daya ago, I called upon Mr. Samuel Sloan, the cele
brated Architect, ana autsor tf tne bioin work on Area
ltecture. I asked his opinion as to the durahl!lty&., of
West's Patent Roof, such as yaa are using In the city of
Memshls. and he told me that he had no hesitation ia say-
lag to me that It Is a good and durable roof, and is all
that Us advocates claim it tone; farmer saying that he
is using It oa a fine building for himself.
Respectfully, JOHN L MORGAN, Archl'ret.
Mem-hh, March 2, 1S47
W. S. Beskitt, Esq., De or Sir: The facts within
our knowledue of the durability. &c . of West's Galvanl-
Cement, are tbee: The building you covered for us last
Sprlsg, we am happy to state has answered our expecta-
,u r(ittng purposes; as 'a light, cheap, fire and water
I proof roof. It does not get soft and run rrom the effects
I . th8 nf st of lhe ,- . Bor djf4 lt ira.n ,ni crack
from the f Sects of the cold. Any person wishing to know
more ot this arllcl, can call at onr manufactory.
H. S. BRUCE Jc. CO..
Carriage Manufactory, Monroe St., Memphis, Tenn.
MrMrms, TEfCU., Dee. 8, 1S5S.
To Whom it mat Coscexx: This la to certify that
W. S. Bennett, covered two roofs for me last Spring, with
a composition, called West's Patent Galvanic Cement;
one of them was a new deck, the other an old shingle
roof, which are giving perfect satisfaction, ne also re
paired a dormant window, which leaked badly, anil had
baffled the skill et carpenters to prevent Us leaking,
which he succeeded la making perfectly tight. I do raoit
cheerfully recommend his mode ot roofing to the public,
for all roofing purposes, and believe It to be a permanent
fixture agalrs. fire and water. D COCKBELL,
Proprietor Commercial notch
Srrrx'DT'a Orricr, MrnrRii & Ohio R. R
Mbmfhis. Trsir., Feb. 19, 1B67. J
Mr Bes.-ett, Dear Sir: Our Company having been
troubled very much with leaky cars, put aom ot your
Patent Paint upon them, and so far as my knowledge ex
tends, I can cheerfully rf Ojmmend lt to any who wish a
dry roof of aay-sort. Tours, kt ,
H COFFIN, SaperlnteEdent.
M minus. Tins., Jan. 14, 1837.
TO int Public: W. S Bennett made application to
us last summer to cover our buildings with West's Gal
vanic Cement; It being a new thing thought w would
try It ; had lt applied to our Blacksmith Shop and Engine
House attached to tha Foundry. They have proved ail
required of a water proof roof, having withstood some of
the greatest storms, and are giving good satisfaction.
We can only add, trr It aad you will be satisfied.
CURTLS k KNAFP, Iran Foundera.
Memphis, Jan. 14, 1SS7.
Mr. Bennett baa done some small amount of roofing
for me In his peculiar way, with. Cotton stuff coated with
anrenaiatloa the basis of which appears to be Coal Tar.
It Is a very effectual and light root, and appeara to prom
ise eonalderablo durability, from the preservative quali
ties of the composltloo. which penetrate the cloth and
orotects lt from the Influence of tbe air and water. Tha
Composition does not liquify and ran from the effects of
th heat of tha sua In summer ; nor does It harden and
erark'f rom tbV.naaei.aa In tha coM of winter. j
BayS dly A. P. MKKBILL. 1
vt. i '
Overland .Mail' Route to Califor
AN ACT of Congress, approved 3d March. 1837, making
appropriations for the service of the PosUOtare De
partment tor the fiscal year ending 33th June, 1ES3, pre
Sec. 10. That the Pastmater General be and he is
hereby authotlzed to contract for the conveyance ot the
entire letter malt frsu such point oa theMlssisslppi river
as the contractors may select to aaa Fraacisco, in the
State ot California, for six years, at a co.t not exceeding
three hundred thousand dollars per annum for semi- '
monthly, four hundred and fifty thousand dollars for I
weekly, or six hundred thousand deuars fvrermi-weekiy
service-, to be performed seml-nuntbjy, weekly, or semi
weekly, at the option ot tbe Po.tmatter General.
'Sex: II. That tbe contract snail require service
te be performed wilh good four-horse coaches or sprisg-
vir.ni .nltal.I fnr tha ranverince of oassenrers aa
well aa the safety and security of I he mans. I
Sec 12 That the contractor sban nave tbe right of
Dre-emDtlin to three hundred and twenty acres of any
laad not then dlsposedof or reserved, at each poiat acces
sary lora station, not to be nearer loan ten miles from
each other ; aad provided ti at as mineral laad shall be
"Sec 13. That the said service shall be performed
within twenty. five days (or each trip; and that, before
entering into such contract, the Postmaster General shall
besatlsfisdot the ability and dlseosltsi-a of the parties,
bona fide and in good faith, to fxrferra the said ojotraet.
and shall require good ana snctent security rsr v e per
formance of the same, the service to commsace within
twelve months after the signing ef the contract."
Pro a sals win accordingly be received at the Contract
Office ot the Post-OCtce Department, until 3f.li ot the
is. uay 01-wane icwi iui
vlsloasot tte above act.
1st day ot June 1S57, for conveying malls under Iheprv-
Besldas the starting point in tbe Mississippi river.
biddeia will name the Intermediate Mints srocosed to be
embraced ia th route, and otherwise designate its coarse
as nearly as practicable.
Separate proposals are Invited for seml-moatbty, week
ly and semi-weekly trips each way.
The decision upon the pr posala offered wiH be made
after the Postmaster General a hail be satisfied of the
ability and disposition ot the parties in good faun te
par form tbe contract.
A ruarantee to be executed, with good and suOdent
sureties, that the coatraet sbaH be executed with like
good security, whenever the contractor or contractors
ahall b reaalred U do so by the Poatmaster Geeral. aad
the service mast commence withla twelve months after
the date of such contract.
JTona of Propoist.
v. . of , county of . State of , propose
tnesnver the entire letter mall, far the term of si'
years, frcta the date specified tahe cea tract for comtaen
in a.rllee. irona on fcar jaia.iasil'Vi ai.-r, ui ':
,.n Franefaco. California. aJreeaWyto the adverttae-
Kuninf the Postmaster Gaeral of the 20th April. iS,
ln'rcoJ lour -bone coaches or aprlng-wageao, suitable for
the conveyance of passengers, as weH as the safety and
security of the mails, semi-ravxHU y, ea way, ler ic
n-ni un of daHars; weekly, each way, for the
annual suns of dollars; seel-weekly, each way, for
the annual sum of dollars.
Fom of Guarantee.
The nnderslzned. residing al , State et , under
take that, if the foregoing bM for carrying th aa- a
in TBat from . oa tbe Mississippi river, to San
Francisco. California, be aeeepted by the Postmaster
General, the bidder shall, wnen reerarreu oy wt x-osuau -
form the service proposed, with good and aafaaent
This we do nnderstandrtg distinctly the obiigaltea aad
liabilities assumed by guarantors under tbe 27IH aectiea
of the act ot Congress of Jr s, itoo-
Dated. (St(a cy two gaaraaisn.
Form of Certificate.
The nersl:ntd. cost-master of State of
certifies, under his oath of cMee. that he is acquainted
with the above guarantors, aia- awws .c .u w tr- v.
property, and able to mske goo- ineir gaarawee.
Containing conditions to le incorporated ire the con
tracts to tae extern me utparimcni mtj ucmiprupii .
1. No pay will be made for trip not performed; aBd
tor each of such omlssioes slet tttsfaetoriiy explained
three time alb nav of the trip may be deducted DedHC-
tfons will also be ordered for a grade ot performance infe
llor to that specified la the coatraet. FUr repeated de-
nnquences of the una nerein spean-j coursci pvu.iv,
proportioned to the nature thereof aad the taipotUnce of
tbe mall, may be made.
2. For leaving b-bind or throwing off tbe malls, er any
portion ot them, for the admiisaea st passengers, or for
being cencernea in setanz wp r rw. an n(
veytag tateUIgence in advance ef th mail, a quarter';
nav raav be deducted-
2. Fines will be imposed, natess the deUnaaeaey be
promptly and satisfactorily explained by cerlincatts.ol
postmasters, or the afSdavlta ot other credible persons,
for failing to arrive In contract time; for neglecting to
take the mail from or deliver it into a poaUGloe; f; suf
fering it (owing either to th nnsuitabseBesa of tbe place
orraanner or carryiag nj w wv., wjuicy, 3.wju
nUvJ or lost : and for ret utag. after demand, to con
vey the mail as frequently as the contractor runs or is
rnnivrned m imutlaz a coach oa tbe rotrte.
4. Tbe Postmaster Geaerai may aanol the contract for
repeated fadnres to ran agreeably to contract; lor -solatia,
the cost ettce laws, or disobeying tbe lestracttos
of the Department; for refmiog to discharge a carrier
when required by the Department to do so; for assign
ing the contract wrtnent the aaseat cf the Pe nailer
General; for raanisg aa express as atousaM; or for
transporting personi or packages conveying maius
matter out of tne mall.
S. A bid received after th last day and hear named,
or without the cuaraatr reaolied by law. eaanet be coa
sldered in com petition with a regular proposal rMHBa
hie in atu&unt
9. The rou ej the service, tbe yearly pay, the same aad
residence of the bidder, float Is. Ms nana I post otee ad
dress,) and those ot ea:K member of firm, where
eammnr nffra should be distinctly ataud
7. Alterwl bids should not be submitted ; sor saonM
bids once submitted bo withdrawn.
8. Each bid must be guarantied by two or more respon
sible persons satisfactory lo tne resrauiter lienerw.
General guaranties cannot be admitted. 2h bid and
guaranty shou d be signed plainly with tte fall name ot
9. The Department reserves tbe right to reject any bid
which may be deemed extravagant, and also the Mdsef
failing centracto s and bidders
10. The bid should be sea'e-t ; superscribed " MaB pro
posals lor overland route to California, " addreaeed "Sec
ond Assistant PkStmsster General, " Contract OsBoe.
11 A modification of a bid in any of its essential
terms is tantamount ton new bid. and cannot be ROeved,
so as to Interfere witn a regular competition, after tbe
"last hour set for receiving Bids.
12. Postmasters ate tube careful not to certify the suf-
flctenty of guarantors or sureties without knowing that
they are p- rsoas of sencient respoostotiny ; ana au eva
ders, cna-antots. and sureties are dlstieeily notified that,
on a failure to eater into or p iforai tbe contracts for the
service proposed for in the accepted Dios, laetr legal ua
bilities wilt be enforced at a.nrt them.
12. 1'reaent contractors, and persona kaswn at the De
partment must, equally with o'hera, pre cure gaarantcrs
and certificates of their suffl tency sBbstantiaHy in the
forms atov proscribed. The ceitMoates ef safflcincy
must be signed by a Pcstmastrr, or by a Judge of a court
The attention of bidders, guarantors, sureties, A-C , is
directed to the fallowing laws, via :
See. 2. Act March 3, IS25, i-fjairias contractors, ar
rlera, &c. to t sworn.
See. 44. Act of March 3, IBIS, la relation to failure to
eater into contract.
Sec. 27. Act of July 2, IS3. liabilities of goaraBtors.
See. II Actot Jely2, 1S3S autheritla-gMdsot faflleg
contractors to berejecttd.
See. IS. An act of July 2, 1R36, la relation to cemblBa
Act of April 21, 18ai,provtle that nomeraberef Con
gress can be a Cuntra'ior.
Sec. 42 An act of March 3. 1SI0, pr.vWs that no
postmaster, assistant postmaster, or derk in poat vffice
shall be a contractor.
Sec 7 Aatof MarhJ, 18?2,-siTn tl at no other
than a frre white male person aba.I be emptor. Ha car
rying tbe mail
The Po tmastar General wl 1 reserv o hi -self tbe
rlgktot annulling any contract made amer tbe aboTe
act, whenerer he shall dlcTr that ihe saw-, or any
part of It, Is offered for sale in the market, forihepur
poseof specs atlon; and he will in so raae raucte.n a
transfer of the same, la wool or In put. to aat atsigue
or sub-contractor less qualified in bis optni-n than ine
original contractor to carry the same Into aces.fi-l ey
eratloa. AARON V. BROWN,
apM 3aw4w Pustmaatui General.
PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
Vliolcsic imrt let;v
No. 67 5ont How.
fr TnAXKFUT. o his frauds ami tbe pttMtc
b. IIV- ms. .w - I n
' lot IU1. HI J itws a fc-ai t a u- -r
him for the last eight years. M. LOUIS JSON
TED0NIC0 begs I ave afo ni the cittsviH
ot ilemphls and Tldnlty that he wnl cciutanlly kpea
hand a large assortment of the b-t imported Wit- .
Claret, Port, Madeira, White, ice. ; alK, Scwieb Ate and
M. L. M0STED05IC0 always keeps en hand a great
Tariety ! Fancy Candles and Toys, an a-soitm nt of slick
Candy, Francs In jars and boxes. Raitna, Grapes, every
kind of Fruits and Nuts, Piekles. UA-tev., Sardioes.
Olives, French and English Mostsnt. S gar ia loaf aBd
boxes, Caracao, Maraa Mao, Old Wines, Ginger, Pre
serves, Savannah, New Tork and Boston Pr. serve. , Cal
scp, repper Sauce, Chocolate, Cordial.. Syrap. Macea
ront, Term acetli, the best Havana Cigars, and a great
many other articles, too numerous to mention, nowonerrd
for sale very low, either by wholesale or rrtaH.
Having, at much expense, secured the serviees of two
of the most experienced workmen evr rn Ibis city, he
flatters himself that he canot be sarpn'tiel la arranging
aad decorating tables tor Parties Wrddnsg., Ac , wMh
honor to himself and satisfaction to his customers.
Adams Street, Memphis, Term.,
IS now prepared to do all kinds of Machine Work; a!o
Steambott Work ot every deerp Ion Steam Engine,
Saw Mills of everr description. Col tun aad Wool Ma
chinery, Gin Gearing, Planing Machines. Also. Brass
Foundery, Casting aod Finishing. Steam Guage Cocks and
Casting of every description heavy Wrought Iron Forg
ing, Wrought Iron Gratings fur Jails, Bank Vaults, Cel
lar and Side-Walk Grates, Iron Fencing of every descrip
tion made to order. Alao, House Fnnts, Window Caps
and Sills, ef various patterns. In a word, I am preparer
to do every description of work m my tine.
I have now In shop the latest and most improved pat
terns of Steam Engines. ISAAC PHB LON
C. K HOIST & SON,
Maln-st., Old Stand, First Boer below Man rce,
(TA o&fcif pemanenf fand in th City,)
HAVE constantly oh hand all sites ot Patent M.'lall
Burial Cases, which they line and put up alritt,
In the bast manner Also, all kinds of Wood an ' .'oth
Covered Coffins, which they sell at a fair prico.
Orders from the couctry promptly attended to. Fur
niture made aod repaired, and Upholstering done.
Bas;ciHz Bale Rope autl Twine.
CONSTANTLron hand and for saleby" '
oct23 , '" Monro street.
South American Fever & Ague s
Is a Cheap, Safe aad feraanentCiire, .
AND IS ALSO A PREVENTIVE
OF THE VARIOUS FORM 3 OF
Bilious andlntermittent Fevers.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLS.
THIS piegarattoa catata no Arttmc or .Verrstry,
and will not. liXa tave ssay cm nda now ree.iw-
mcDdad tor Bilkm or atber Fe-eia, toave tbe systeoi in
a esadHioa mere to e MiaM ibd aaa (awa; taw 1
great seerlt la la lu Cwatrre. Pnve-ttra smA Kanwt ,
;It propTtres, and M aaptea t an Aua aaaaa. -tioaa
or tbe syatota.
early all tbe articles watch eater wo Its casaaao-i
tlen are Lf tbenasel. stmt J. nnaadaal aols let tha
cure ef BibMS and Isauut-eat Fe-tw.
As a prevent! -re-, tsiia MidMna rwaasw be aKy
Talesceats, Traveiais, JtaafrraaHs, and a-an, atartog the .
Summer ana rail ntesnt, waen aaiarsaass iiiiii a
most p ft v a lest.
A Treatise ry G. A LEONARD, Sew Tetk, em -disease,
with Teatim tai aad CestiBcatCf atea.re. ai
fecttd, canoe obtauMd grataitotly at all tlto ptoca
where the medicine is teM.
Corti "fi catcs.
Tws fnitowtscelsaesaant or tbe Bar. K. M.
cerlateodeot f tbe iv Potato Beuge af 1
given beiew. Is one that speaks Taataw aa to th vat -hie
preperti-s t ibisirenxdy.
Mr. G A. Ls OSARB Sir ; I take a raaes-sn- l-traae-mitttn:
to yon the tdHowttta; tacts, la refat to a n.ra
perfected by lhe ase ot ywax S. A. Freer asd Asaas.na
tdy, upea one ot tb iatmatw of the Hoot ef lacaMry.
Jobn-Toa g, va ha bees a'J-aitog roan the chUV and
fever dartag tbe past fin aaaaitaii , was in R-csn leal
attacked, and ih- paroxyetas were as sevwto a any I
erer knew; attnoeit iaotcat rednf was p rsratttd
g Ting the first core ; on tbe expt4 day e wai' it
was adaatntataied, andtt aad tbe happy calact ot i
roptlng th pamvasM.' Ssnee ttaea every Ttatitr ef t Vi
ig.Sa aaas iert Ban, sma us ireoTeveai ia sr
wanted appearance aad brallk. Trvay ycMirs, S.C., .
New To--. Jan. 2S, MM. L. M. PHASE.
G. A. LreSABD. Bfav Dtwr Sir: Havlsx; acfF r aW
from aerere attack, at Fearer ass Aarae, 1 k aarartj !
a paired ot awtme any r Iwf , other than a yiapasaiy Mae.
Bat whBelatwnntt aasser a ae ere s-tack, W waa aaaar'-t-ed
to try yr reawsry, aaat, na'fto otrntr wi alaia 1
ased, K has praTt a psaaaapt aa psisaaaint canei - I
have nevK- fe fiane a ktaag wtthoat baalaag a re urn . f
tbe corsBlalat, and can iecoasaoad tit S A. Iav- and
AgaeRemedya aT-ksabta aM sor tbe esMtsal eateut
the disease. ROW, P. P8ILFK.
New Toss, Dee. 1, 186. Car. Wall aad Wator-.ta.
Mr. A. F. Star tae, of this city, baa caaasinl'd le. tb
pablkattoa t tae Usmmtstt tacts, over ate stfawev,
concerning a care perrected by tbe see of ibis reati'v,
which facts are can-bora ted by the Tter.' L. M Pe e,
wko was acettMiotett with all Uar eircaiMilanre
Mr G. A. Leoxabd Dear Sir : Sana teatatii
I heard it a poor bat eivri!S GjiraiaB, an Msiler-r
street, whp was saaTeriag rrom a severe ataatkC csjiti
aad fever, cMtracteat ta the lew gmaata, avearMew ark
N.J. I gave his aoe battle of yoair atoaath Asnrvic-n
Fever and Ague Reaaeary, and it aeSards a psaHaa
say that tbe disease baa been broken as by Ita see, aid x
permanent care efRcatd. Truly yours,
NEW YOB-, Not. 5. 16. A. F. STBRLtXa.
I am aeqnanied wtb tae tacts set tarts. In tae abuve
certtficato, aad caa witaees to th trati of tho rrate
meato t-treta cnataiBed. L. X. PHASE.
Sapt Five Petals Bsaaae ot laafamij
The foBowiog C-ltLficatass eat FreaTk L. HertJ a 4
nenry Meier, are asaoag tbawa) peean-j cast an wli b
permanent car can be easTetoal. wt,wlamwLrt th "
centtnned. expaase to are dt aitng raae-a. Atisa ni.
the cares were perlecteal. tbey.w-re mrtaaealha the CI aa-
lcal Wks of Meeers. Cha. FSner x Oa. , tr tad city
Alter bavHX b i troail with pe-er
neartr a wheie month, aad sarallown L U
as Am- for --- -
acasatntaaee et mine ncomsmdtm nse to
what J caiam ine aowajummyc uw
cdy, aad sore enough It worked lake a chais. li it
only oae day. and that waa tae last I aaw of tb let -.
It Is wrth great pieasate that I state tha fact for -' '
bebetltof all waVm ITmay oaaacars. aaaa) wlA e-ery'- '
the same s access is nuMteaiaag thta aU'tri issag dia, .-e,
which is likely ngb, If they vaffi Mtow aay a i-'.
FRKtVK L- MHBCLE,
Angs-it, 1866. U Waae-,, lawobB.
I have bad tlae Fever aaa. Am far sj-eawl
which ktttt sac at hoae. aatable to wrk. firatal a t a. -ber
ot preKaiatiBM, witbool aDdssag irreiaaf, ra i: iuf
factory bossae-taM a bottle eg tat 3vaai.AsB-lca:i I
ver and Agar. Rraaeatr. which I have uaial,ad Urn
day. f jwd atyselt eaatirrty cured. I hatwi taast n afant
siBce that ttra, aow joartM- raaaalhl, ajaat feri xmt
mictece la tbM valaate raranciaae, to which 1
recovery. aTOat-T ME1BH.
Sept. M. 1S66. 9 MfKibbe-f", WIU-aaah- gb
The raatlOcatos of Mr. J. 6. raderhila, BwaaaM ot
Jamaica, X. T.and thoee reorta-al taroanca ha. wUi 6
read with ranch tntoteet, not only frwaa the vary raap.. t
abie character ef lb aarUee, bat that th BMdKiat w.a
ased aader very rata von le UreauaaataaCTa, saaie oatlr
when other ree4iM had boar. aMi wtatsnat i
Mr. G. A. LEtvaAXO, N. T. Star JaVfj
will ted aotne ceftiatcatos of thgbtt eaasaMT
tcine this tlce. It gives strata at iaaa to arrvry ,.no
that axs ased it, and tbe sale wlB larra ' a aa it be. . a-t
knows. I take tbe rasposu-IMbty to wawiaat M.
Stephen HVadersoa. of thsjt'placa. seat a bottle to k a
Kile's ttstor. with Uke good reaulls sut wheal ssetd ly
hirsaelf aad wife. Mr H. as aaa M aaaa. a vaty reap c
tahs cltiaen ef thl place, aad as well kawav-.
Tialy jours, iu: , JAS. G. UNtWlOULI..
Jamaica, jr. T., Sept. 28. 1865.
We, tbe aadersigard, have aed Ma S. A Rnaewy fwr
Fever and Agae aad lateraattttag Fewrst, aad al
bas made a perfect cure ar oarselve aad I lllaa, a. it
with macb paaaaare reCLmniend it to tteaajMc a aaatag
and cheep raedlciae.
ELBKRT CONK! IN, WH. JOHNSON, "
CHARLES J. GAI-K. WM. BENNETT. J
Jamaica, N. T. . Sept. 27. 166.
Ma. J. G. U-debhiu- Dt'istgtsl, ke Bear V? 1
have ued the So b Asm lean Remedy, as. btfthty ac!i
raendedbyjeii, both for naysst ami wtf, aaat it tin
been car d-. I berleve i to the baa lavdactoe fr iijj
chilis and fever ont. I shessM aU4M"raaa it If yet
dad net warraat a cote, hat aew I mb slaafid it i. ail
yea reoHnmeaoed .t to be. Tw.sMi iltaHy.
Jamaica. N. T.. Sept. K. ltHS. c-
Jamaica. X. T., XirVLJiM.
Ms. G. A. LronAnB Dear 9tr: Mymwlht-aasi ar-l
lady, was aHicted wl' h the chiVe and te-er mtit lax t
sammer, and aaTtOc heard jour Baeatactsw btgbly r c fc
raeerfed, aha was ladwced to try It ; alter tokttag, wae M
a bslf bottles, she was perfectly cared, and I eha-itw ly
recommend it as a sate aad fare care
. Respectfully, years, S. X. COD WL
Morecertifteatee might be aaMeal to waa.-ihe Bat. bat
a deiacacy on the part ot away to have taasir Baaae apax lr
la print, prevent a pithMeattoB of thetn The a
beweTer, are taMciest eTtdeaea to eslabisth lhe ftrt
that this remedy Is witbont aa etioal far the pesnsaasx at
care of the Fever and Agae.
A sapaly cf tha above Medicine cn hand aad tor bp
apl6-Sm WhjJesate Agents tor Mp.
It.30rtvfxi-fc to yoTn-jrtoaa
JDB. CrTrTFnSTiT.TAN'S PILLS.
THE Combinations of lagredtento ha these POto are ika
result ot a long aad srasire practtos. They are
rattd tn their operation, and oertaln la correcttog aUir-re-galartUes,
palatnl BseBatTaattoc, resiavlBg all bstr o
Uoas, whether from cold or otherwise, beadaehe, pad- .a
tbe side, palpitation f tbe heart, disturbed steep, wti-.
always arise frost Interrupt km C aatare. They ca:
soceessfnHy used aa a preventive. These Pills sh..l
never bo taken In pregnancy, az they waaM be r a
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vesfetahtV d -tree
from anything Injortoas to life or MaMa. Exp, rt
dytctlons, which sbeaM be read, aceopany aaeh : -Tries
$1. For sale In Memphis by
S. MANSFIELD CO
r O. V. lOHNSOH,
WARD A. JON
X3 Sent ty raaRby esetoslsg $1 to Br. CO&XKL "3
L. CHEHSEMAN, No.-I9-Beaday,4w Tork.
GREAT PRIZE SAESAPARILLA,
AWARDSD Hjt OCTOBER,
As the best and owiy ftaame caifoimaf of Htf .
nam prtrenttd to the pvttte. .T-n
I0TH3VHLE afrTrjL SHairiCaaesva. u
THIS wonderful preparatton, soTas'ly appr "'ITwt
the American people, has now beosne tbsfj.
remedy of the age. Tbe afflicted bear t e 1H-' jCj", , v
marvelous properties, and the unhappy, paia- ."ij,"."
exbaasted satferers rejoice there le help, whoa fell,
failed. Out at the hundreds ot eases scatter'?
MlssUslppl, Alabaraa, Wlatn, MiMaart, toaH.'ff
Keatacky, lt bas never ia a stacle rniiraao beect .p.
to fail, aod wlM cure, beyocd ail doabt :
Dysprpeia or t ,
u.'a or King's E-fl, Af
fections ot the Bones, SypMsti, ; "
Debtmy, Habit aal Oujtlaaato.sJiiJIaHi -last
Paimosary Diseases, Lrver Oa yinlaat
PUm, Festato Irregalxrtijee, FiastaU, S-a Bs.
Diseased Kidneys, and as a great tM pow
erful T.nlc, parltytag the Bfwd,
aad lnTlgoratli tha
entire System. .
This medicine, thwgh praspared "bt great erfm-m, H
nevertheless within the reach of sear aa.weU s rst. aad
tooled bpon by the cosna unity as the graatest M ss
evereonferred en maaklad.
Dr. T. A. HURLET'S Maapfaetery, earner f,'f" e ts ,
and sireene streets, LoElsvilie, Ky., where aft ideiM '
must be addressed.
For sale by H. F. FARN3 VORTH CO., aad Ct AY- -DLSR
Jr. CO., Memphis, Tennessee, aad DrajatatU
throughout tbe United States aBd Oaaadas.
Price SI per bottle, or six tor $S. '- setfLtto lv
Purify your BIootll--
THE CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF rSL
LOW DOCK is the sorerwjrn remedy for an Mesess
Tlat Affections, Scrofula, Swelling of th Joists. Rfcra
matlsm, ke. As a Liver Medicine, tt has no eqaaU. Its
alterative effect on the system, to addWlea to its b-rt 1
purely Vegetable Preparatien, adapt lt to atsBbst ai f
Chronic AHecttcn where an alterative DMdtctBe b. r .
quired. For Eruptions on the Skin, OH Ulcers, By---.
a La, and Nervous Headache, It ha no pucceru oo
petltor among the nostrums, of the day. At a ibv'l
Medicine it trill be found invariable.
XT' yor "! only by CHANDLER 3c CO.,
sept lawly Druggists aad ApethecarMr.
Odd Fettewa' Hall Btoek. .Vec
I HAVH Jt.t received same ef io. rt--gant
FRENCH BOURDOIR Pit hi IS.
from the cdehrated Piano , Factory wt
' Erard, " at Paris aad Inrion. and of
fer tbem for sale. I keep those splendid little ORGANS,
called Seraphlne, with from ten to thirteen stops, aad aM -thelatcstlmprovmrntg.
These are known to be tsrrU--t
Instruments for Churches, Lodges antLSchoal Jtoosis All
Instrumeeta sold hr men. e warranted for flve'years. .
Jj Tuning and Repairing of Pianos, VloJina,Or1ri
Melodeona; a tc. jtc. done in a .wnikmanliie1 miiTls at
moderate prfcesi' "
J3 I do rwrpretend to give lessons on any nnesew al
Tariety of' Instruments.
lanxitl-. - mMlrC.tr--iA-
TWEOTTjmSjiesa Goldsn SygSp, f etlbfS' " '