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MAGWIFICEKT ARKANSAS FARM
WE otter for tale a very superior trast of 1959 acres
of Land as the Mississippi river, in Mlislssippl
couuty, Arkansas, oae ml e br-low the town of OKJeoUi
64 acres of the land is la a high state of cultivation, aDd
CO acre ot timber deadened The tract it entirely above
mw te ateant of a levea, sad drained by baTaas or
attaral difcahes. We wdl sen a great bargain fir half
cash la Utii vahaahte Farm, as ae price ire ast, at m
an iaformed, It far below the market price of lawii of
eaaal valae. Air. B B ilarctn living on in adMo-ns
I taaut -o. will take pteasara la showing the Firm to all
who wirt to exaraiae. For terns, &c . address.
J. L. ft R. W BROWN,
mys-dtwawlm 1 H Oherry it., Nathville. Teas.
Shelby Gounty Parm for Sale.
I OFFHR far sate boob bit t trail tee Farm
bjui antwn as too JUHXEOa PLACE, situated on
tbe Gtrmintmni Plank road and the Memphis
uUit. The tract cantata 307 K acres. 125 acres
c.earcd Baser a good fence, and in floe cultivation. Good
dweUuw with aeren rooms ciotern, tablet, gin house,
tc , all in good order. There la on tee ptaoe a choice lit
of Peach. Fear, Qalnce, FIbbi and Apple tree in bearing.
To a eoad parcfcaser a great bargain will be given
G. B. LOCKE,
Kvl-tf ABctieaeer and Real EtatePreker.
THE Keeideace en Sader street first one be
' low Real street, as the west tide of sheibv street
B'JJl where Wra. Bowles now resides. Poesles
.Bivea 1Mb. in.t. Apply to
myS-1 m J M.PROV.NB
ISO Acres of L.aud.
APART of tbe Owen Tract, sitaaud en tbe Pigeon
Raott Plane tut, roar EtHt from the city, (or sale,
at a groat sarcata it aoM 1b a bodv. The tract it partly
latpewved. All the land lies weL Is Terr rich, and in a
toe, healthy neighborhood. G S. LOCKE,
vl-tf Aacttoaeer rad Rral Estate Broker
DESIGNING to itoproie another lot imme-
aiawiy, i ww ten lay present refrtaenoe to a
fc?V't- acrea, it comfortably is&proved, and nnoue-
tteuac-.y one of tao met Deaatirei aaa matt bealtny tKea
1 th- Tictnity cf Memphis.
ap!6 tt "Wit. K. POSTON.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
T?V- I IIAVK for sale nine acres of no a LAND, sit
4jRaaated on the Memphis and Gnarl-tton Railroad,
PjFf&aaboHt two miles ami a naif front Court Square.
n-r Those deeirtag cheep property, on easy terms,
will consult their inter tt ts applying arty to
G. C. WHITE,
epS-tf At PMIlta& White' .,33 Main street.
THE seats naif of Lot So. , fronting 37 H feet oa
Chickasiw street, and ranntsg back ItSM feet. Oo
this Lot there Is a tmtll eesalertaWe bouse. The terms
are libera Apply to G. B LOCKE,
marlO-tf Aaetieneer and Real Estate Broier.
L,ots at Private Sale.
T OFFER for sale, npon easy terms, Bntmprored Lots,
1 121. lis, 115, 126, 1W, 1M, 131, IK. improved Lots,
169 and 170 being oa the plan of subdivision of Greenlaw
Saffarrana, Looney & Eeehv G. B. LOCKE,
aov2-tf AaetioBeeT and Real Estate Broker
Tnos. Peters' Residence for Sale
T HAVE for sole the Residence and i8H acres of land
1 belonging to Thomas Peters Esq., lying on the State-
la e Road and the .Memphis an entries too Railroad,
utiles eat of Memphis, at Bray's Station Tbe improve
menu consists of a Jwe ling, baft in Gothk Style, 9 large
Toutns and 3 small ones, wttn closets, store rooms, fee
Kitchen . S SerTants' rooms, cistern, well, stables and
ban, carnafe hesse, wagon, abed, bx., k.c In short, it
is ock of the best Improved places in Shelby oonnty, ail
bewasd in perfect ordtr. Isiil sell the improvements
ihi S3 K acres of land, or aH together. If desire", I will
aeil the stock of sheep, hogs, and cattle, corn. JeJJer, call
and pork, slaughtered and packed in the smoke bosse.
bargain will be gives. Apply to Thos. Peters, on the
premises, or to tr. n. LUCK&,
dec 31 Aactloaeer and Real Estate Broker.
Suburban Itesidence for Sale.
T OFFER for sale, cum aeoi terns, the former Rftsl
JL dence of C. F Kteg, Esq., lying on the north side of
tna sew State-lino road, a mile and a half east of the
city. The tract coboJbs tl acres, and is improved with
a snail resMeece or inree warns, weu ano osner traprcve-
Also, a four acre weed lot, nearly opposite. This tract
Is within three qaaaters of a mile of a good church and
aceeol. ana is in one of the Beet ana nearaiieet neicntor-
seeds in tee Tksnity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE,
sevll ABCtloBeer and Real Estate Broker.
jSr THE SBbscriber offers for sale tbe tract of land
ivion which he bow resides, ia Haywood oonnty.
PTpTeiiBeFeee, throagfa whidi the Xetspbi. and Ohio
Raiifoad passes. Salo tcact oontains abont fonr
thoasaad acres. The improvements consist of a flee
frame dwelling, with ten rooms, negro quarter?, cm
noase, stabteg. a fine steam and grist mill, good orchards,
, and an the necessary improvements fora large farm, or
ran be conveniently divided into several small ones. For
health and fertility of soil this place is antarpassed by
any is the country. For farther particalars apply to the
sabscriber oa the premises.
decia-dawtf THOS. SHAPARD.
Tbe Rights and Duties of tlie
np HE Ameritad Citizen. His Rights and Datte?, accerd-
t tug to ae satrn or ue uoBuintioB at ine unttea
States ; ry Bishop Hopkins.
Seed-Grain for Thosght and Disoatsion, a nompilatten;
bT Ansa C. Low. In two vols.
Kallur Brande, a Fimide History of a Qciet Life; by
Holm z Lee.
E. Grinzo, or Xew Merino and Her Fosnlt ; by W. W. II.
Vavrs. late I ni ted States Attorney.
Vivia. cr The Secret of Power; bv Mis. Soath worth
The Guillen Legacy, Story of Life's Pitases ; by a Lady,
. w Biographies at lliastrtoof mob.
aarpcr School HHtorf.
Alto, a large assortment of Pamphlets Flays, escbraetsg
the Modrrn Standard Drama, Ftenoh's Irama, Spencer's
.Boston Theatre, sc., tc 1 or sal by
ap2S Jaw CLEAVES & GITION.
Rooks for Every Library.
"DENTON'S Abnageaaent of the Debates of Congress;
JJ B -a ton's Thirty Tears in tbe Catted States Senate,
P-ivate Correspeadesce of Daniel Webster, two vols.;
Webtter's Wcrks. 6 vol.;
Juhn C Calhoun's Works, S vols ;
Kane's Arctic Exploratioas. two volt.;
Catlin's Nsnh American Indians. 3 voU ;
Camps- It's Lives of the Lord Chancellor , 7 vols.;
Cimpbeli't Lives of tbe Chief Jasticos, 3 vote :
Miss Strickiand's Lives of the Qaeentef Eagtead, 6 vols.;
juncroit a mstory or .se LQItul stales, S vols.;
The British Bssavtrts, 3 vols :
Snyckimk s Cyclopedia of Amerieaa L!tratcue,3 vols.;
irving-s Lite of waeniagwn, vols ;
Spark's Am-rican Biography. IS vols.;
Selections tor Sabbath Reading. Fur sale hy
ap!2 CLEAVES & GTJION.
ITEW & VALUABLE BOOKS
jrT RECEIVrtl BT
LAMB, YOUNG & CO,,
Jfo. 259, Slain Street.
Bajaid Taylor's Travels, 6 vols., 12 mo.;
the Americans is Japan : an ahndsemont of the cav
ernment narrative f the V. S. Expedition to Jar an
under Commodore Perry, by Tome ;
Things Not Generally Knows: a popalar hand-book of
Facts, not reedny aooeeeMe in History, Llteratere
as I saence, etrttea ey u. a. neat a neir and val
tuble work ;
Poems, National and Patriotic "by G. W. Oatter:
Beaomarchais and bis limes, or Sketches of French So
ciety in the lS:h Oentnry. by Loan D. Lotsenie;
Invasion and Cantsrevf Wasaiagioa, by Wiiharas;
Wathmgtoo in Domestic Life, from original letters aad
manuscripts, by Rkmrrd Hash ;
The American Oitixen : bis rights and dalles according to
the spirit of the u S Statoj, by John Henry Hop
kins. D D. L L D. (A fook of rare merit one
which every man shoal-i read aad carefully weigh Its
wise ana patriotic precepts.)
Villas and Cottages, by Vaoz a Dew aad valntbie work ;
inquire w tints tor Anyiaing wens Knowing : or over
3700 f acts worth knowing ; .
Wallace tb Hero of Scotland, hy Reynolds ;
Monarcns Retired from Basinets, by Doras ;
Smiles and Frowns, by Sarah A Wentz.
A large assortment of MEDICAL BOOKS, and & great
variety of iirsetiuceaui Been, for sale at the very low
ait cats prices. my7
IXTERES1 IXG BOOKS.
THEODOSIA ERNEST, Volamc 1 ; Or, TVs Days' Tra
vel is Search of the Chares.
The Glaat Killer i Or, The Battle Which All Must
Scamps vias from Gibed Tares: to Stambenl, by Llent.
Tftse, v. B A.
Fifty Tears in Bjtn Hem'spherese Or, Reminiscences
of tbe Li'e of a Former Merchant, by Vincent Nolle, late
Chambers' History of t be Rnsttan War, lS5t-'6S, with
Maps, Funs and Wood Engravings.
Curtis' Works, 6 vols., embracing Nit Notes, Hoiradjl
in syria, xoiipttar J a pera, aua rrae ana 1.
Catllnt' North American Indians, I vol..
Charles Lamb's Works, 4 vols.
Hood's Works, 4 vols. For sale by
ap5 CLEAVES & GUION?
A FEWoopiesef "WASHINGTON CROSSING THE
XX DELAWARE Palatd by E. Leatae, aad engraved
sy Fau tairardet.
A large astortraent of French Lttbearaphs and Steel
Xss-avicgs, SBilaHe for Grecian FaiBtig, won worthy
the attention of Teachers; those wishing, woskl do wet
ta call tarly asd make teiedsooa.
Benton's Abridgement of tbeiiebates In Congress firm
1783 to 1796, boend la ransltn or law sheen.
Payckisk's Oydopeaia of American IJteratore, Is two
Fii ISom. Pocket edition of LongfeEotr's Poems.
0n . . . otTennjsou's "
For sale by CLEAVES & GfJION
LIST OF LATE PUBLICATIONS
rOS SALE BT
Cleaves $' &uion.
THE Artist's JSride; or.Tae Pawnbroker's Heir, by
Emtrtoa Bennett, aatbor of' Prairie Fto-er, " &c
Old Havs, the Pawnbroker ; or, The Orphan's Ltgtcy;
A Tale cf New York, Founded en Facts ;
Inquire Within for Anything To? Want to Know; or,
Over Three Thousand aad Seven besdred Fact
The GoMen Legacy; A Story of Life's Phases, pro
nounced to be on of the best novels written by a
A Ttree.old Test of Modi m SplrltcaHsm ; by WiiUam
E. Gordon, D. D.;
. surer-wood ; A Book of jfemerles ; .
Kathie Brande ; A Fireside History cf a QnlelXlfe; '
, Th2 Poetical Works of Horace Smith and James Smith ;
ealhort et the "Rejected Addresses," with' 'For
traits asd Biographical Sketch j edited by EpesStr-
artor Dramas ; or. Dramatic: Scenes for Heme Amuse
ments ; by Wm B. Powle.
maris CLEAVES & GTJION.
HAVING Just retumod from a business tour North,
with all U facilities for taking fine, durable
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, &c.,
J am now ready In person to serve my frienia anal the
jraeHe generally in my line, on the mestxeasonable terms.
I have no sew f angled patents and dap-trap processes
to offer the pontic. My establishment has to stand cr
fall amH a8 the Waxonry f its neighbors, upon its owa
NOW IS 'jLMrrtia T.nvm
. n . n rilMiTnn SIT nrrrnfV1 f
mnE nnderslgned respectfnlly call the aueniton
I . i .i..n.N ,mit,11t to r,nr lirr tiiort-
ment of SPRING and SUMMER CLOTHING, which can
not oe anrpassed in quality and cheapnef a. Alwtys on
i a . nni. .m-b r (Irntt' Wearing ArsarreL .Call
and examine. No trouble to show goods.
Comer of Madison and Front Row,
nuIO-lm Merrlmtn't old stand.
XEWSPJIISG ASD SUMMER GOODS,
JAS. A. STREETT & CO.,
NO 219 ilAIN-ST., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS BALL,
ABE Jntt opening a choice stock of 'FANCr and STA
PLE DRT GOODS, which they oiler low for cash, or
the usual time to prompt customers, We invite tte at
tention cf city and country buyers to call and examine
our slock before purchasing eltuwhere. Our stock cun
eitts In part of rich Dress Silks. Silk Tlttocs, B-reges.
Organdies. French Cambrica, Lawnt, French, Englith
and Americas Prints, Ginghams, f., ie.
ALSO. Silk Tissue, Berege, Orgsndle, Jsconett and
Lawn Rbe oi the newest detign; Lace Shawls and
Mantillas, new and elegant styles.
Pamily Furnishing Materials,
Consisting In part of Linen and Cotton Sheeting, all
widths and qualities. Pillow Case Linens, double and sin.
gle Damask Table Cloth t. Napkins, Diapers, D.yles,
T .welings. Curtain Material, of all descriptions, Mar
seilles Quilts an" Counterpanes, Dimities, &c
Bleached asd Brown Sheeting and Shirting. Plain and
Striped Osnaburgt, 4c, Ticking, Striped Cottosades,
Arrou Checks, Flasneis, Jeant, ite.; White Good), con
fitting of Plain Figured, and Ckecked Swlts Book. In
dia, Mnll, 4lc ; Eubroide ries and Laces.
Handsome Worked Setts, Collars, Brands. &c. .Infants'
Worked Robes, Plain and Embroidered Handkerchief,
Gloves, nosiery, Fancy BelU, Fans, Perfumery, Small
It is oer intention to make Dry Goods the leading fea
ture of bBsieess, and our friends can rely upon andlng at
all times a tail and complete assortment.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
Stock in this line manufactured under our own super-
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Trunks, Carpet Bags, & e.
J. SriVEV It. C. CLARKE.
SPIVEY & CliAKKE,
WHOLXSALE ASD SXTAIX. DEAXCRS IX
GEIi'TLEItlEX'S AND BOIS
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags,
243 MAIN STREET,
Union Block, Opposite Court Bqnare.
stTJR terms are cash, which enables ss to sell at the
J lowest prices. We respectfnlly solicit a call from all
In want of Clothing. may-a-dawiy
Spring and. Summer
T R .AD E .
BIAKUFACTURERS OF MENS'
ASD WnOLISALE DEALEBJ IK
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES AND PLANTERS' GOODS.
OUR facilities this year being of such a nature we are
enabled touffer our Spring and Summer .lock, which
Is unusually large, to the trads and citizens genet ally at
the very Invest rates. Country Merchants and River
Traders In particular are earnestly requested to call asd
examine our stock before purchasing elsewnare.
SIMON & SEESSEL. 63 Front Row,
Corner Jefferson-it., under Commercial Hotel.
" WIXililAM. POOLiira ,
X87 TVT "TTXT ST.,
Under the Worsham House.
THE snbscriber begs leave to announce to his custom
ers asd the citizens of Memphis that he has return
ed from New Tork with a full assortment of most splen
did Goods, which he is prepared to make up for caati on
short notice. seps-iy
HOME IASDRAXCE COMPANY,
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL I GUARA NTT CAPITAL
CHARTERED b, the Legislature of Tennessee, Session
of 1855-'66, to make Fire, Life and Marine Insurance
and to came theraselvet to be re-lnt ured when deemed
expedient. In View of wbkh tbey have arranged with
the following Companies, for re-insurance by means cf
Britith Cammercla', London Capital $3 000,000
Equitable Fire, " 2,000,000
International Life, " 2,600.000
Enkkerbocier Life, United States, " IOO.OcO
ContoUdtted Fire , . 300 000
At the annual election on Tuesday, the 10th Instant, the
foUowing Directors and Committee were elected for the
ensaing year :
JAMES B. TnORNTON, L. J. DUPREE,
GEO. R. GRANT, THOS. McADAM,
STEPHEN B. CURTIS, J. H. MULFOKD,
HENET S. UNO, JOS. DARBIEKE, itn
S. B. CURTIS, L. J. DUPREE, TL. S, KING.
Afnficoi Eramtnrr Gs O. R. GRANT, i . D.
MtorneyJ. B. THORNTON, Esq.
JLitUtidby S.P. BANEHEAD, Esq.
And at a meeting of tbe new Directory of 'Wednesday,
the 11th intt,, the following oncers were (Ixisao foe the
JAMES B. THORNTON, Pretidrnt.
GEO R. GRANT, Ftct Prtti&tnt.
ITIOS. McADAM. StcreterB.
OFFICE No. 8, Madison street, corner 1 reset Raw.
f? STEAMBOATS, Steamboat Boilers, and Steambott
J Machinery, under the provisions of the Acts of Con
gress of 1833 and is::. Offlce, 8 Madison ttreet.
mart THOMAS McADAM, Int pector,
MARINE AISD FIRE INSURANCE CO
Of A'asliville, Tenri.
CAPITAIi, :::::: 8150,000,
JOSEPH TAULX Pres't A. W. BUTLER, Eecy,
John M Hill, Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
James looney, a. 11. uaruner, it. a. uwes,
G. M. Fogg, Joseph Taulx, James Ellis,
N. E. Alloway, W. S. Eakln.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freights under
open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risks ot.
Merchandise, by steamboats, railroads, or land carriage
also, hazards on rivers asd lazes to or from any part of
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE on buildings, dwelling or other
euses, goods in store, isrmture, -c, in tows or country.
jAegroet ins urea agatssi tse dangers or tne rivet.
J. G. LONSDALE, Agent,
Oiace JeCersos street, Memphis.
rrtiA !tTnt-rtl T ICa TncntfinA rnmnne
OF NEW TORE.
Accumulated Fund, $3,000,000.
THE rates adopted by this Company are baaed upon the
most correct observations. Policy holders get all the gains,
ot the Company, as it is purely mutual, having no prefer
red stocr or other capital to taxetha first fruits of ptaSts
from the insured.
Any person wishing insurance on hu or her life will re
ceive all lnformatlss, together wits tse requisite forms (
application, by calling on J. u. luksuals.
Agent Mutual Life Insurance Company,
octll-lr OEre Jefferson ttreet, Memphis.
W. B. FOREST,
Xo. 87 Adums-st, Memphis, Ten.,
4 HAS Just received from North Carolina, w
twenty-Ave likely young negroes, to which fceSO
desires to call the attention of purchasert.jk
He will be In tbe regular receipt of negroesU
from North and South Carolina every month. His Ne
gro Depot is one of ibe most complete and oommodioo
establithmenta of the kind in the aoumeru country, ano
his regulations exact and systematic, cleanliness, neat
ness and comfort being strictly observed and enforced.
His aim is to furnish to customers A. 1 tervantt od
new nanus, souna ana pericci in uoay ana misa. ae
groes takes on oommlstlos. an21
CASES Fancy Prints, new styles, on hand and for
sale by JAMS? LOW & CO.,
marJl 418 Main streets, LoulsTtlle, Ey,
CASES Fancy Lawns, on hand for sale by
JAMES LOW & CO.,
mar3l 413 Mala street, Louisville, Ey.
BALES printed French Jaoonetts, very handsome
styles, os hand aBd for tale try
mae31 418 Main street, Louisville, Ey.
i CASES Crepe D'Aipsgne, assorted colors ;
I 1 case Satin Striped and ChaTtl;
I casoFlgsrrd and Cballl os hand asd for sale by
JAMES LOW & CO.,
mirtl 41 S Main street, Louisville, Ey.
n r CASES a iw liege, iu caaca - w uckc, ouuhu uu
ZO far sale by
JAMES LOW i CO.
418 Mais street, LoulsvlEe.'Ey.
Linen I'ant Stuffs!
rn CASES Plain and Twined Linen raniatuci, on nana
UU and for sale by jamko lu uu.,
niar3I gain street, nomtvme, aj.
Sea Island Broivn Cotton!
-inn BALES Sea Island Brown ixnun, on nana ana ioi
11)0 lery JAMES LOW & CO.,
jnar3I llpailBiurrt, iuuumc. air
r e BALES Striped Osnaburgt, on hand and for tale by
fej jaiiu aaii a. ia;..
marSI u nam ttreet, axiauviiie, ay.
FROM the ssbscriDer. os theSdisitant, two
mare MULES, medium size one a mat sorrel,
the other a dare bay; com have marks of Har-
es: the bay has old shoe s on her fore feet.
1 will cive a liberal reward Tor their delivery to me, or
any information so that I get them.
myl2-tf jas. .at. iniiii. atrmpnis.
OSNABUBGS, Cott-n Tains, Jeans and Limeys, made
at the Memphis Cotton Mills, asd of thebtttquality.
We hare taken the agency for the sale of these goods.
and atllcit orders from dealers generally. We have sow
on hand a full supply. GRAHAM & HILL,
JUJttf-atSl alUt 9 J tVUi MN
SWAU" & GO.'S EOTTERIES.
THE MOST BRILLIANT SCHEME
Capital Vrixc GO,000.
TICKETS ONLY 8101
OWING to the great f avorwlth which our Single Nrm
ber Lotteries have been recti red by the pebllc, and
tbe large demand for lick Us, the MsuaKers, S. SWAN St
CO., will have a drawing each Saturday throughout thr
year. The f i Ilowing scheme will Be oriwn m taca ci
their Lotteries lor June. ii.
To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, GeorgU, in public,
oa SATURDAY, June 8th, 1SS7.
To be drawn In the city cf Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SAT3RDAT, Juno I3ih, 1S57.
To be drawn in tae dty of Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on
SATJRDAT, Juae 20th, 1S57.
To be drawn in the city ct Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on
SATURDAY, June 27th, 1S57, on the plan of
More than Ono Prizo to Every Ten
TO XE DRAWS
1 Prize of
1 " "
SATURDAY IN JUNE.
4 Prizes of $25Aproxting to $60,000 Prize are $900
4 " 260 " 20,000 " 800
4 " 1J5 " 10,000 " 600
8 70 " 5,000 " 660
U 60 2,500- " 600
16 40 " 1,100 " 610
3,000 20 are 60.C00
1.305 prizes amounting to $204,000
Wholo Tickets, 810; Halves, 85 00;
Quarters, 82 50.
PLATS' OE THE LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 to 30,000, corresponding with those
Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate tilps of pa
per, are enUrcletl with tmall tfo tubes and placed In one
The first 257 Prizes, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed In another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn
from the wheel of numbers, and at the same time a Prize
is drawn from the other wheel. The Number and Prize
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered by the Commissioners ; tbe Prize being placed
against tbe Number drawn. This operatios is repeated
until all the Frizes are drawn out.
Approximation Phizes. The two preceding and the
two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the first 12
Prizes will be entitled U the 43 Approximates Pilzes.
For example: If Ticket No 11250 draws the $60.1 00 Prize,
those Tickets numbered 11243, 11249, 11251. II252, will
each be entitltd to $225. If Ticket No. 650 draws the
$20,000 Prize, those Tickets numbered 5S8, 549, 651, 652,
will each be entitltd to $209, and so on according to the
J3" The 3,000 Prizes of $20 will be determined by the
laal figure of the number that draws the $CO,000 Prize.
For example, If the Numbers drawing $60,000 Prize ends
with No. 1, then all the Tickets where the number ends
in 1 will be entitled to $20. If the Number ends wilh
No. 2, then ali the Tickets where the number ends in 2
will be entitled to $20, and so on to 0.
Certiflca'tes of Packages will be sold at the following
rates, which is the risk :
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets $S0 00
" 10 Half " 40 00
' 10 Quarter " 20 00
10 Eighth " 10 00
In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the money
to our addres. for thv Tickets ordered,on receipt of which
they will be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can
haveTickets ending in any figure they may designate.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be foiward
ed to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and
give their Pott Office, County and State.
J3" Remember that every Prize is draws and payable
in full without deduction.
J3" All Prizes of $1,000 and under, paid Immediately
after the drawing other Prizes at the usual time of
S3" All communications strictly confidential.
Address orders for Ticket or Certificates of Packages to
S. SWAN 4 CO., Atlanta, Ga.
J3" A list of the numbers that are drawn irom the
wheel, with the amount oi the prizs that each one is en
titled to, will be published alter every drawing In tho fol
lowing papers: New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register,
Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atltnta Intrlll
gtneer. New Tork Wiekly Day Book, and Savannah
Morning Newt. mv27
Planters, Look to Your Interest!
WE are -tin agents for the sale of tbe EAGLE GIN
STAND Actual tests prove that the Gins now be
ing manufactured are the best in ne.
For lightness of draught, tpeed, and making a fine sam
ple, these Gins ctnuot be equaled.
Now is the time to send in your orders, so as to have
them made and to arrive here In time far the next crop.
n ARRIS, W0RME1 ET Is. CO., Agents,
mar25 daw3m No. S Front Row, Memphis.
J3 Enquirer copy.
(. D. TRCrilEaRT J. M. WOODS05.
TRUEHEART & WOODSOX,
Manulactuicrs of Southern Star Cotton Gin,
RESFECTFULLT call the attention cf the psMlc, par
ticularly the Co' ton Planter , to tbflr GIN MANU
FACTORT, now In succestf cl operation In this place. We
deem It unnecessary to publish any testimonials of the
good performances of our Gins, tbeugh' many could bo
procured ef geutlemen who are no mine ikem men of
high reputation as planters and wou'd not he satisfied
with any but a good Gin j and we will on!y add that wo
are determined to spare no pairs or means to make a
Cotton Gin that win please the Planter.
In addition to the Gin we formerly advertlsm and sold
for $3 per saw, we are now fittlm up as Improved tlyle,
at con-iderabie additional expense, wbich we will sell at
$3 ao per saw. (
A sample or our Gins can always be seen at Messrs
Graham & Hill's, who are our agents In Memphis.
Gentlemen Planters, send In your orders with speclfl
cations, and they shall be promptly attended to. A tuf
ficient guaranty given in every tale.
3 Repairing done wilh neatness and dlrratch.
Important to Cotton Planters!
THE TAILOR PREMIUM COTTON GIN.
CLEMANS, BEOWN & CO.,
THE subscriber begs leave to call the attention of
Planters to an examination ef the merits of these
Gin Stands, which potiess in a greater degree tbe quail
ties to be desl'edln a Cotton Gin vi. : Speed, Light
Draught, and Coed Sample than any Gin extant, and
are cfiered on as reasonable terms as any establishment
in the South.
I feel fully autborfzed in saying that I can famish, all
things considered, a superior Gin Stand to any factory In
the United States. i
Mtstrt. Fowlkes, Mount & Co. are agents for the ssle
of these Gins, who will keep a supply of various rizes on
band, or win order any tlze at short notice. Office on
Jeffl-rson street, Memphis, Tenn.
mar20-dtwaw6m 3. A. THORNTON, Ag't.
Premium Cotton Gins.
THE attention of Cotton Plasters la respectfully caUed
to the above superior Gins, manufactured by E. Car
ver ft Co., East Bridgewater, Mass. Under a recent ln
provemest, the carver Ulna are regarded as the best sow
is geseral nse ; their superiority seeds no oommests frcm
ci, as thousands are now In successful operation in the
We have os hand fifty Gins, embracing all the different
sizes ana sumrjers of saws.
Also 10 and 12 feet segment bolts, washers, he. coral
plete, all ot which we offer to oar friends upon the usual
terms asd tune. GWTNN X GIBSON,
Not. 1 asd 2 Exchange Building,
Memphis, Sept.23, 1S54 tf
WHITLEY'S PATENT PORTA
CLARK & AVERY,
St. Louis, Mo.
AGENT AT ME3IPHIS, TENN.,
TTATING taken the Agency for the sale of the above
JJ Circular Saw Mills, I am prepared to fill all orders
for Mills, with or without the power to drive them on
the shortest notice.
Persons wishing to purchase Mills, and also desirous that
they should be set up asd put into operation, can be ac
We do not wish to praise our own work, all we ask of
persons wishing to purchase Mills is to examine our
work before buying elsewhere, as we think they will give
ns the preference after snch examination. We are sat
isfied our Mills win saw more lumber, asd in better style
in the same number of hours than asy other Saw Mil
Ptrsons witting to purchase Mills will please address
me at Memphis, Tenn. G. McLEAN.
Black Smith and Sheet Iron Worker,
Corner of Front Row and Winehetter-tl.,
SECOND-HAND Boilers bought, sold
and exchanged for new one. Sheet Iron
work done of every description, such as
Chimneys, Brichen, Fire Beds, Escape
Pipes. Condensers, Forget, Metallc Life-Boats, asd Steam-
boat Work is general. Also. Bank Safes, Fireproof Shuts,
Gasometers, Claterns, iu:.
K.B. Boilers repaired at the shortest notice, and on
the moil reasonable terms. novls-dawly
UBLS. Champagne Cider, reclvad tils day by
H. H. F OTTER.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY 1
AT 25 PER CENT LESS
Than Any Other House in the City of
Tt TT stock comprlte tbelargest and most varied aisort
iVJL ment of JEWELRTever offered in the city, con
sitting ot tbe latest and most fashionable style of
and PLAIN GOLD
Bracelets, Pins and Ear Drops!
- "JEROME'S" CLOCKS, of every style and pattern.
PLATED "WARE Castors, Cake Baskets, Knives, Spoons,
ACCORDEONS, FLUTINAS and POLKAS,
FANCY NOTIONS, of every description.
Which I thtll dlipote of at wholesale and retail at
New Tork prices. THOS. J. HARRIS,
At Locke's Salesroom, 282 Main street,
. myl4-ly Memphis, Tenn.
ON tho 1st June, 1S5, the firm heretofore existing be
tween F. n. CLARC and A C. WURZACH was dls-
aoiveu oj muiuai consent, jr. it. ciark is charged with
vnr Bcuicmeni ,01 me uusmeis of the late firm of F, H.
Clark k Co. y. h. CLARK.
The subscribers have associated themselves together
unucr mo arm ox jr. u. uiiaUa, cr .It
F. H. CLARK,
JAS. S. WILEIKS,
OUR, NEW FIRM.
It affords me pleasure to announce to my friends and
the publio that I have associated with me my former
partner, JAS. S. WILKINS,' asd my well-known assis
tant, THOS. HILL, under the familiar style of F. H,
clauk a. uu.
The new firm will start with an efficient force In each
mechanical branch, the Watch department being underlie
supervision of Mr. Wllkins,
Sto" kfuil at all times of the latest fashions, and price.
as 101. as tne same quality ana style of goods can be pur
chased In Philadelphia or Now Tork. ,
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended tome
during my fifteen years' residence ia Msmpals, and my
aim will oe ro merit its continuance.
F. H. CLARX.
"UR aim has ben to keen Dace with our crowing cltv.
yj and furnish those who want Goods in our line with
good articles, and at fair prices. Our assortment, for
years, has been but little if asy behind our Eastern
cities. It is more extensive this, season than ever. Our
leading branches are, first
f? Of whl m we have every variety In general nse,
t tosether with a large assortment made to our
J.j, order, which for neatness of style and tlme-keep-aBaaatins,
are surpassed by nose. In our assortment
will be found the Eight Day Watch and the Repeating
Chronometer, giving the time to a minute In the dark.
Our assortment In this important branch Is kept full
by frequent receipts of all the- new styles, whether of
foreiga or domestic production.
We have made this branch ot our business a study for
years, not only posting ourselves with regard to the dif
ferent qualities and merits of the different styles and mi
kert, but of the kinds best suitable to our market Our
assortment, for a number of years, has been large, to
which we have recently made many additions of our ows
imrcrtatlos. We can furnish one customers with SHOT
GUNS from $5 to $200; RIFLES from $10 to $100.
Also, the celebrated SHARFE'S RIFLE.
DERRINGER and COLT, of all sizes,
ortmest of the kinds is geseral use.
Also, a full as-
Tea and Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Cups, Caitorr,
Spoons, Forks, Ladles, with many choice Fancy Articles,
an coin fine.
SILYER PLATED GOODS.
Urns, Cation, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg
nes, Cake and Fruit Baskets, Spoons, Folks, Ladles, Pitct
ers, Gobleti, Cups, Wallers, &., to.
A fuTJ assortment of Packet and Table, from the best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OUR 1LECHANICAL BRANCH.
AU kinds of Watch Work done ia the most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
Plain and Oratnental; Seals for Lodges, Courts, ic,
in any style . Stencel Plates of all sizes.
octH-dawly F. n. CLARE & CO.
A!tO DEALER IN
Yratcliea, Clocks, Jewelry, Musi
cal Boxes, Spectacles, &c.
CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAMS-ST3.,
TAEES this method of Informing his friends,
and th public EeneraRy. that he hat moved f mm
hU old stand to the corner of Main and Adams
'streets, where he win take pleasure In oihiliiiinu
a new and choice lot of JEWELRT, to those who may
favarfalm with a caU, and win be pleased to execute all
orders for repairs In his line, ne hopes, by honesty, in
tegrity, and his eflsrts to please, to gain ths confidence
and liberal patronage of all who may fled it convenient to
visit his establishment.
E3 -4U orders for repairing In every branch of my ba
slnesz promptly attended to. " m!7-tau21
WATCHES Some very fine.
JEWELRT New styles.
SILVERWARE Coin fine.
SILVER PLATED GOODS Best quality.
5rS?'At' B To suit every condition of sight.
GU(tS Best mskerg.
PISTOLS Full assortment
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERT.
Mating by far the best assortment ever effereil In this
F. H. CLARK & CO.,
m,lC3 No. 1 Clark's Marble Block,
A CCURATKLT adjusted ta the eye, h to suit the
XA. mott aicicuit visun, without occasioning that sense
of weakress or fatigue to the organ generally complained
of by wearers of common glasses-, but enabling the wearer
of this Improved Spectacle to -pursue the most minute
employment either by day or candle light, with ease and
CHRN. MULIiER, Optician,
Or THE FIRM OF
CHEW. MULLER & BR0.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Clocks, Watches, 3evtilvy
Maditon-tt., bet. Main and Front Roio,
OPPOSITE I. B. KIRTLAND'S OFFICE, MEMPHIS
PARTICULAR attention paid to the reDairlst
ot Watches by an experienced workman. Being
deternined not to be excelled in Bujwrior work
'inanship in this branch ot the business, we have
engageu a nrst Class wticamaier, ana can flatter our
selves In saying that there it no House. East or West.
that can boast ot a better. Clocks carefully repaired and
warranted Jewelry and Spectaclet of every description
made to order. Old Jewelry neatly repaired, and Specta
cle uiasses inserted tn oia frames to. suit every sight.
P. S. The numerous complaints of persons who have
been irrpoed upon by Individuals peddiir.g through the
country an Inferior rr'kle of spectacles, representing
them to be these lmprovea glasses, render It necessary
tbat we should caution the public against such venders,
au4 jiiuku uw iry uk .-mq, Ail tpectaCjef
maue oy ua are stamper tne name ot tne nrm.
inarlO-daw CHRISTIAN" MULLER & BRO,
rriRE latent and by far the most Important imcrove.
X ment In Photography Is the recently patented nic-
tura known as the SPIIEREOTTPK, which is not only
new and unuse aoy oi its predecessors, out greatlr sn.
perior to all. The Sphereotype is proof against TIME,
air and watte, and for richness ot tone, .warmth of
expression ana distinctness nss ro equal is fact the U
luilon Is such that the picture, er image, seems suspend
ed in air, entirely independent of the back ground
For this picture we have the exclusive right for Mem-
ptis. Speclmens'can be tees In our Gallery, where pic
tures are aiso laarn in ue various style oy our Artist,
who combinrs the Chemist with tbe Artist, which ena
bits him at all times to produce superior Pictures.
F. H. CLARK & CO.,
dec2-tf Ka. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
M'LLE MANTERS, Parisienne,
WHO speaks English fluently, withes to give lessons
In the French andJSpanlsh Languages, and also in
Vocal Music M'lle Mahvlrs would be glad to attend
schools, or give private lessons. Mile M. brings testi
monials from the highest pe-sonages is this country,
signed by President Fierce, Cot. Aiken, (S. C .) Senator
Batter, Oni. Jeflerton Davls,.&c,t which she will; be hap
py to exhibit.
Apply at Mr Bmkley's, Hernando, street, next door to
the late Mayor Carroll's residence, pr.at the Music Stores.
Talualtle Negroes for Sale. !
TniBTT NEGROES jutt arrived from Kentucky
and Virginia, among the number three gsod Me
chanics. K, B. FORREST,
mar7-tf . . No. ET Adams street.
THE only jreliable cure' for Chills and Fever, Ague,
Dvtrensia. and Diseases of the Kidneys and Liver.
for sale by the dozen or single bottle by
L, JUiUiSUN ft. .CO..
rayl9-2w Tfo". ,29 Fro Row.
imras; SaiiTirr& rco.'s bulletin.
ST3xrZ3L Tx-.c3Lo, 1857 !
MERCHANTS, PLANTERS, MECHANICS I
LOOK. TO YOUR INTEREST.
HAWKS, SMITH Sc. CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Nos. 304 and 806 Main-st.
ALSO A C EH TS FOB,
" HeHing's "
Patent Salamander Safes I
HAVING now received the greater portion of our
Goods for the StRING TRADE, by recent arrivals
from Europo and the Eastern Clues, we are prepared to
offer greater inducements to tbe Merchants. Planters asd
Mechanics of the Southwest than have nitherto been of
fered In this market, for proof of which we respectfully
so.lcit tbe Inspection of our stock and prices. In view ot
this, we nave placed ourselves fa a position toonertucfc
Inducements to those who may visit Memphis for the pur
pose of making their purchases, as will deter them from
seeking another market, so far at least as our business
is concerned. To fully carry out this object we have made
permauentarrangtmenis with the best manufacturers in
England and in this country, to be regularly supplied
with a full stock of Goods in our line, and will furnish
those whs may favor ns with their orders, with goods at
as low figures as any bouse in the country,.SouUi or West.
Our stock comprises
For the Country Trade.
Boiled and Charcoal Iron Castings,
Boston, Philadelphia and Wheeling Nails,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets,
Leg, Trace, Stay asd Stretch Chains,
Bright and half bright casiateel Hoes,
Caststeel pollihed riveted-eye Hoes,
Oil root and steam bent names.
Hog skin Collars, horse and mule.
Cotton, wool and Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jute Cordage, ,
Thread and common cotton Rope,
Plow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes tines, tec,
Louisville, Cincinnati and Near Tork SifUrs,
Nova Scotia and Bsved Grindstones,
Ames' caststeel Shovels and Spades, -i
Rowland's and Can's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, kll patterns,
Locks. Latches, Hinges, Lc,
Well Wheels and Well Backets.
Together with every atticle suited to the trade ot tho
country merchant. In the
We have made the best selections irom the most approved
manufacturers of every article seces? ary foTitht planting
Cotton. Cane and Grub Hoes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks,
Plow and Wagon. Chains,
Fan MMs, Corn Mills, Corn Shellert, --
Corn and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutters, . .
Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, ac,
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent and common Churns, "
namesollars. Slngittrees, Sac,
Pruning Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements ot all kinds,
Hall & Spear's wrought and cast Plows,.
Allen's Cotton Plows asd Scrapers, a1
Together wlth'a full stock of the "celebrated Avery asd
Livingston & Co. Plawa, which have for several years
past given such. universal satisfaction. We 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 ourplantert with them at all times.
In the sMtctios of our stock of Goods in the
We have paid most particular auction to the interests
of our mechanics. We have selected such goods us are
best suited to this market, and can safely guaranty satis
faction ta all.
Our stock Is this departmest is full asd complete,
Greenwood's celebrated Hinges,
Greeswood's Axle Pullles asd Shutter Fastnlngs,
Pearl White and Mineral Knob Locks and Latches,
Close and Electro-Plated " "
Cottage, Rural and Mortise " - "
Front and store dsor , . " '"
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self-shutting door and Gate Hinges and Latches,
Bolts and Hooks, Nails, Brads, Screws, 4c
This department In our business is under the special
supervision ot one of the partners, who has f er many
years, In this dly, given it his careful attention, and be
lieving that this branch of our business requires more
than ordinary care, both in the selection of the goods
and In filling orders, he l determined to use his best en
deavors to keep nch goods as shall please all our me
chanics, and wlU hold every inducement to merit their
wewouldca'l particular attenlios toourstock of Tools,
the quality of all which w; can fully guaranty, cempris-
Unidn Factory Planet, Rules, tic,
Spear k Jackson's Hand and Pannell Saws,
Butcher's cast steel Chisels and Files,
Earl Smith & Co.'s Files,
Wetherby't Chisels and Draw Knives,
Spirit Levels, Rules and Guages, . . , ,.
Augers, Auger Bitts, Screwdriver, &e.
Peck's Louisville Bellows,
Newcomb's New Tork Bcilows, '
SjIIJ Box and Parallel Vices,
Armitage's Moosehilo Anvils,
" Coley's warranted. Anvils,
Uan4 and Sledgo Hammers,
Farriers, Hammers, Knives and Pincers. 1
Best Charcoal Tin Plate I C.
" Leaded Hoofing Plate 'l C,
Bar Tin, Speltre, &c,
Iron Bran and Copper Wire,
Bolt Copper, Solderlnglrons, fce..
Tinned and trailers Sheet Copper,
Boiled and Charcoal Sheet Iren.
Bnss. Imitation, Ross, and Galvrrnlzed Iron,
Bar Lead, Rivets, Copper Tacks. &c
We would also call the attention of Rallrcad asd Levee
loutraciors to our stock, of
Railroad Barrows, Ame's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines. Mattocks. Pickt. Ac.
naving a thorough knowledge of our buils'st in all Us
branches, we are determined to give it our entire atten
tion, ann shall attend personslly to all the orders, and to
the transaction of our business In everv njrtlenlar. .mt
by so doing flatter ourselves that we can give satlstac-
tm- HAWKS, SMITH & CO,,
KM 301 and 306 Maln-st.
FOR SALE BT
Mob'Z. 11. JB alls
IS Sycamore-st., Cincinnati, O.
H. G. McCOMAS,
Commission & Forwarding Merchant,
NO. 15 SYCAMORE STREET, CINCINATI, OHIO.
13. W. KUCKER,
Surveyor and Draughtsman.
OFFERS his services to the public, and will give
prompt attention to any business connected with his
vocation. He may be found at bis offlce on the west
side of Main street, south of Union, (Caaovan's Build
ing no. jjo, naiess aDseni cn professional business.
J. E. Chadwick, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. Pre vine, Robertson Topp,
B B. WaddeH, Philip H. Thompson,
John S. Claybrook. feb5-m
T O B A.C C O !
TTTE have In store asd are comtantly receiving the
T T most celebrated brands ot TOBACCO from Virginia,
Kentucky and Missouri, which we sell at manufacturers'
prices. We we old call attention to the foUowing brands
-rrottert Hougn ana Jieaey Twist;
Pace's " "
Walker & Co.'s " "
Holland'. Extra Pancake;
Mohican, pounds ; Whit TunstaJI, pounds ;
Pocahontas " Emma Adams "
Bigg n. John's "
Parkins " Sutherllc'a
Persian Smoking Tobacco.
SEABR00K St CARSON,
feb2I-6m Madison ftret, two doors from Mats.'
jcje: ice: icje:
HAVING, completed our MAMMOTH ICH HOUSE on
Beal street, near the corner of Sbelbv. we are now'
prepared to furnish our friends and customers with ICE
at ONE CENT PER POUND. All orders for packing wlU
be promptly and carefully attended to In all teasons of
tne year at lowest rates.
Tbe community may depend upon our snnnlvlrfr then
wl'h Ice at the above rate. It is our Intention to keep
price, within means of the ryior as well at rich.
53" All orders left at the Wharf-Boat, at the Mam-
motn ice uoue, or at uarnett & Walker's, (190 Main.
fcnrcfc,; will ue promptly cuieu.
mawt-Bm DUVAL ALGEO & CO.
FREESE & FLO-WERS'
NEW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
No. 338 Main Street,
' Bet, Union and Gayoto,
S now open for the reception of Students. Everything
. that Is taught In any Institution of a similar kind tn
the United States can be learned here. The cnnne.m-
braces SingloJand Double Entry Bosk-Keeping, Penman
ship, Commercial Law, Commercial Forma asd Calcula
tions, Banking, Wholesale " asd "Retail, Commission,
Steambott, Mannfacturing. &c
Students are sot taught in classes; tbey are instructed
Individually and separately : so 'iere win be no detention
os account of classes. It takes but a f ttf weeks to com
plete the course.
The hours of instruction will "be from 9 to 12 a. St.. aad
from? to S r. at. Also, Evening Lessons from T to 9
For full course, time nnllmiied 435 00
For partial course... 35 00
For Penmanship, time nnllmlted ' 15 00
For " twenty lessons s on
For further particulars, address
FREESE ft FIX1WERS,
THE Congrfsslonal Globe for the First Session of ths
Twenty-Fifth Congress, and also th e First Session
jl aweiuj-xiiin mosress, ana also th e
ot Thirtieth Congress, for which othe r 1
be Fxbnred',or"a liberal pile given. The
to' complete a set, L
hey are wantot
Imjmie at this oce, ejS-dtai
LWNES ORGILL & 'GO.,
NOS. 13 & 14 FRONT ROIF,
CORNER OP MONROE STREET,
MANT'3 PATENT HARVESTERS;
EXCELSIOR R1ILR0 AUTHORS EMPOWERS, THRESH
ERS AND SEPARATORS; .
PENNSYLVANIA HORSE-POWERS it. THRESHERS j
OniO HORSE-POWERS, THRESHERS Sl CLEANERS;
HANSON'S HORSE-POWERS, THRESHERS AND
ECUPSE PORTABLE CORN AND FLOURING MILLS j
'STAR AND1 '-XmLE GIANT" CORN AND COB
READING'S PATENT HORSE-POWER CORN SnEL
BOSTON" FAN MILLShree sliesT,"" "
WO0STER FAN MILLS two sizes;
GRANT'S TATENT FAN MlI.LS-throe slros;
WILCOX GRAIN CRADLESflve fingend ;
BRYAN'SGRAIN CRADLES five fingered;
0HI0(GRA1N CRADLES fetrr asd five fingered;
HORSE. AND HANDBRAKES; .
HAT, STRAW AND MANURE FORKS;
SCYTHE BLADES, SICKLES, GRASS-INIVES, ETC.
Together with a general assortment of HARVESTING
TOOLS, of the best mascfacture, adapted ta the wants
of the Plaster. my30-daw
Tlie Greatest Inrention of the age!
PERFECT PROTECTION FROM THE ELEMENTS.
PATENT GALYAIrl 0 CEMENT
THE subscriber is new prepared to cover roofs of
buildings, with a new and better article than ever
before known. The public are aware mat our tiovern
ment has had scientific men experimenting, and that It
has been the study ot Aichltects and Builders for year.,
to discover an article ftr roofing pnrposes, that would
stand the sudden changesot the weather, and be impervi
ous to fire a'd water, and remain a permanent fixture
At vet. nothing has been attained without costing more
than the people wish. The contraction, expansion and rust
ing ot metal tools, are so great In changeable climates tbat
thT become useless, unlets being repaired at great ex
sense yearly. Shingles are sot nre proof, and cannot be
nsed on flat roofs, and the various compositions ana ue
ment tbat have been brought lsto nse fr rooflcg, do set
stand the action cf the weather, but they run when it Is
warn, asd crack when frosty, and after one or two years
becor-e cms bly, and worthies? ; hereas, the lsventor
ot lbGarvamc Cement . haa labored twenty years to com'
bine articles to obviate those difficulties, ani can testify
from his long experience, and numerous testimonials
from reliable persons, who have had his eoniDtnailen ap
plied to thtfir buildings, that bis Cement is the cneapest
a d best article ever before known The combination of
this Cement is such, that it is calculated for entire new
roots, flat or steep; covering over old shingles without
removing them; lining cave troughs, teeming around
battlements, cnlmneys and tty-lignts Mvertng car
tops, steamer decks, 4tc. This Cement, by its non-cen-
ductlon and galvini.ni, prevents metal roofs from rust'
lng and undvrsclderlng, and resists tee extremes of heat
and cold, better than anything ever invented, for entire
roofs or for covering metal and tbe out-side of wood
buildings, making them Are proof. Its appearance U like
slate: beautiful for the rich palace or the humMe cottage.
The undersigned having secureil the right to the State
of Tennessee, will sell rights of Territory, by Counties or
towns, on ressonsbl terms.
The subscriber U alto prepared to cover roofs of build
ing', in anv ntrt of the State, at abort notice.
This roof Is now being put on tn this city, for thetiene-
flt of all concerned, and warranted to excel all other
modes of roofing. Theaubscritxr having retidtd in the
city ot Menphis one year, and has Sad bis mode or reef
ins tested at to its qualities, which has proved satlsfac
tory, to which a nsmttr tt the most prominent citixeas
See testimonials of the foUowing' trentlemen who have
used It. with bostsot others.
For further information enquire at the once, where
samples may be tern in J. L. Morgan' Aichltectural
Roon.i, No. 3. Walker's Block; Memphis, Tens., or ad
dress, JKX OCR, r. u.
W. S. BENNETT, Proprietor.
Attached Is a note from John L. Morgan, Esq., Archi
tect, by which may be seen the opinion of Mr. Samuel
Sloan, the celebrated Architect, and writer upon Archi
tecture, whose experience wits this mode of rooning.
without a cotbt, it satisfactory to all.
Memphis, March is, 1F57.
Mb. W. 3. Bekxett: When lcaPhiladelphla. Pa ,
few days ago, I called upon Mr. Samuel Sloan, the cele
brated Architect, and author if the Sloan Work on Arch.
ltecture. J atked his opinion as to tbe durability Xe , of
West's Patent Roof, such as you are using in tbe city of
Memphis, asdhe told me that he had no hesitation is say-
lug to me tnat it is a good ana durable roof, asd is all
that it advocates claim it to be; fartbi-r saying that he
is using it on a fine building for himself.
Respectfully, JOHN L. MORGAN, Archliect.
MEMrtiis, March 2, 1867
W S. BrxxETT, Esq., Sear Sir: Tbe facts within
ourknowledaeof tbe durability. &c , of West's Galvanl
Cement, are these : The building yon covered lor us last
Spring, we am happy to state has answered our expecta
tions, we can therefore, lecommtna it to tbe public for
all roofing purposes; as a Tight, cheap, fire and water
proof roof. It does not get (oft ana run from tbe effects
ot the heat of the sun ; nor dees it harden asd crack
from tbe effect! of thscold. Any person wishing to know
more of this article, cas can at our manufactory.
N. S. BHUUK Si CO.,
Carriage Manufactory, Monroe St. , Memphis. Tenn,
ilEMrms, Tehh.. Dec 8, 1854.
To Whom it mat Concern : This Is to certify that
W. S. Bennett, covered two roofs lor me last Spring, with
a composition called West's Patent Galvanic Cement;
one of them wu a new aecg, tne otner an old sningie
roof, which are giving perrect satisfaction. He also re
paired a dormant window, which leaked badly, and had
baffled the skill of carpenters to prevent Its leaking,
which he succeeded in making perfectly tight. I do raott
cheerfully recommend bis mod: of roofing (o the public.
for all roofing puntttes, ana Deiieve it to oe a permanent
fixture agalnsi fire and water. D COCKRELL,
Proprietor Commercial Hotel.
Sufer'dt's Orricc, Memphis & Ohio R. R )
Memhiis. TEStf., Feb. 19, 1857. J
Mr Bekj-tetTT. Sear Sir: Our Company having bees
troubled very ranch a Ith leaky cars, put some of your
Palest Paint scan them, and so far as my knowledge ex
tends, I can cheerfully recommend It to any who wish a
dry roof of any sort. Tours. 4c ,
li. Luvrin, auperintencrnt.
Memphis, Texs., Jan. It, 1S57.
To Tne Public: W. S. Bennett made application to
us last summer to cover our buildings with West's Gal
vanic Cement; tt being a sew thing thought we would
try it ; had it applied to our Blacksmith Shop and Engine
Honse attached to tha Foundry. They have, proved all
required of a water proof roof, having withstood some ot
the greatest storms, and are. giving good ratltfactlon.
We can only add, trv It and yos will ba satisfied.
CU&TJ.1 & jo rr, iron Founders.
Memphis, Jan. It, 1857.
Mr. Bennett has doDe some tmall amour t of rocflnr
for me in his peculiar way, with Cottcn stuff coated with
a'nreDaratioa the basis of which appears to be Coal Tar.
It is a very effectual and light roof, as.! appears to prom
ise considerable durability, from tne preservative ouali-
tlet of the composition, which ptsetratrt the cloth ssd
protects it from the influence of the sir and water. The
CompoHUon uoes not liquuy ana run .iom tne en rets ot
-the heat ot the snn in summer ; nor does it harden and
crack from the lsfluesce in tha cold of winter.
mt8 dlv - A. P. MERRILL.
Corner of Main and Adams street.
THIS Honse Is situated is the centre of business, aad
Is sow finished and In complete order. The Proprietor
pledges himself it shall not be. surpassed by asy House la
the somr west.
Being grateful for the verr liberal patronage bestowed
on him for the last two years, he hopes by a street at ten-
lion t Btulnetl to merit a continuance of the tarns.
0c7.11 i.ti. w uuiua, rrsprister.
LEHMAEF & GO.
Corner Main ami JelTerson-Sts.,
HAVING purchased our Staple Goods prior to the
advance in Cotton, we aie prepared to seH plain,
striped and plaid Otnabarg, Brown ud BMaesed Domes
tic, and in fact all kinds of heavy Staple Goods at oW
prices. Brown and B!acN-d Domestic, from Sve cent
and up. Yard wWe Sea Itlaad Brown Dome. He only tea
centt; fine do twelv cents.
Our stock or rjn ,W1 It complete,
very large aad ron assortment or saxs, uisaaum,
Lawns, S.C Oar WhKe Goods we pay very partiealar at
tention te, aaaeaa seu swi, j aetae , isiu w ," .
aeverybettqaalUlesatprKenaiae tioas tentaflfti
Every one taoaM examise oar HiiblKrtT, ana sore
especially oar SriOBS. which we have BtaaafaetBrcd to
nor .nd r.n wirrant- Whv has at worn a pair of oar
FINE KID BOOTS, linen Hoed, faced wmb wsute x, ai
$1 24 per pair . v.
JjeJiman & Co9
Having the Agency fer
Wheeler & Wilson's
SELL them for the maBafactsrers at their priees, ad
ding frtilh' and insurance.
We have also the agency fer
Singer & Co.'s
PRE3IIIT3I SEWING 3IACI1IKES:
v.. ar kleos rtn Ha aVSMtn III sMWrattaaaV ifi taaC tttaC tfid
bonnet room of our store, Hitching, .seataie. BmlBg.
gatherlag. tnodlag, &e sewteg either the flaeet of silk
or h aviest of otsaburg, dlng the wotk tt tea er fifteen
ladles each day.
weoflerafaHsteek, agreeing: to aoaHeate their eastern
Dllii. neasc av - '. , - , A
. miv arnAtla aTUI ftrlfM
CORNER OF CHICKASAW AND JACKSON-STS
. . ... n vul. atu) 1lBM Af tW klR.-!l
DavAL&x ItV Ale, ruiKii vrs .v s,-- -
masafaetared by the mot ceiefated eatatll!h"watt
... . . . T - n n.t.u
In the united ataiea. im ,
From my long experience in the basines (twelve years cf
which bis been is the city o Memphis) 1 fiatermysel:
with the guaranty I have had from my oft customer
r. r. TT A YD WELL'S
HAS Ittiiiiuidu iu
Adams Street, Uet.Kain and 2d,
HERE can be found all description of Grave Work-,
In any marret we-t. aiso, uaimms -
. . . ... .a a -a tl aatvana TCafliitl? Bst4l WArV ta
purchase from the yards at Meaphi instead f
ins from Aztt.u, u i "TT:Zl.. .JTw ;JZ. -ZLiT,
twenty per eeet. mat is pin '
them, sontterners, icoa ""'"7; .-rnrrsr t
d!aw6m r C, MATPWKLL.
BAN A WAT from tbe sabecriber, at Bowie's
Pelat, Tunica county. Miss., three negro mep,
VI..V. atutnl w4Aar4. llalVtit fl Tw?
it Iv inches htea. tftlck under lia, sad rather slow
of sr". weighs about 175 poBBds.
GHOBtJS, buck, aged about St years, abont six feet
high, wej aiade, fine counteaaoce, and weighs ahoat 16S
or 18 inches high, weighs about 160 poaads, has a slight
defect IB Sis waia " I. fe.ll xt M,
phU.lVuipaVtbeTborrrVwlrdirwim iha State.
and tecarea so I get mem, b jjaLE
mar!3 dawtf 'Bewte's Pjint.griiTa c-aoly. Miss
rm zr -oTr ITotiCO,
JC UUVU'.of --
TliEualerelfBedhavlBe leased Ibo wcto Cetton
Warekeu, eeraer of littw aai Third streets,
i.rrivoeeatitidbv Messrs. Chapman k, flo.. are prep. red
to Store Citoo. Whisky, Salt, Sagar and Merehaaatse
B7Bpoa W. K SVKXn k CO.
PABIS HOUSE COXFECTIOXEKi.
Wltnlpinei illlil lcUi
"No. f37 Front Eow.
THANKFUIfto his frieaas aad the pabHc
,.r the very Uberal V''"1
him for tae nstnxa. - ""
of Mempois ana vieuuj " . " . r
h.ml brge astortmeot of the beU imported Wlaes
Claret, Port, Madeira, White, Ac; also, cwcn a ai
variety of Fa Bey Oaadies nd Toys, aa aMrtimat ef stlek
Candy. Prunes to Jars anJ toxJinV rrr
boxes, Caracao, Marasrhiao. Oftt ".. Ginger, Pre
serves. Savannah, New York and Bot PreterT. Cat
sup, Pepper Stuce, Chocolate, Cordial-. Syrnps. Maeca
ront, Termacelll, th best nsvna Cigars, aad a great
many o'her articles, too nauseroos" t mention, now offered
lor tale very low, either by wholesale- i-r "tall.
Having, at much expense, secured ta services or , wo
of the most experienced workmea er-r in this r..f
flatters hlmse f that he cannot be sa-patsel i" frraa'.
and decorating tables for parties. Weddings, c , wittt
honor to himself and satisfaction to his customers.
Jtlempliis Founder if
Adorns Street, Hemphis, Tenn.,
IS now prepareiMo do all kinds or Mchia Work; also,
Steamboat Work of every del crip- roa Sfaat Bagines,
Saw MJls of everv-deteriptloa. Cotton aad Wool Ma
chlnely. Gin Gearing. Planing Machiaes. Also Braes
Fosndery, Casting and Finishing. St- am Gaase Cock and
Casting of every description, heavy Wroaeht Iron Port
ing, Wrought Iren Gratis?! for Jails, Bank VaaHt. Cel
lar and Side-Walk Grates, Iron Fencinc of every descrip
tion made to order. Alo, IIooe Fn-nts, Wa.w Caps
and Sills, of varton patterns, la a wort, I am prepare?
to do every description of work to my lie.
I have now in shop tbe latest asd nwt Improved pat
terns of Steam Engines. ISAAC PHEI.ON
C. K. H0LST & SOW,
Maln-tt., Old Stand, First Door below ."Ioi.'ce,
(The oldest permanent tt and in the .'Mi. )
HAVE constantly os hand all sixes of Pt-tt M-faH
Burial Cases, which they line andpat-av atr livat,
in the best manner Also, all kinds of We. I. as ."ott
Covered Coffins, which they sell at a fair ptft.
Orders from the country promptly attended to nr
slture made asd repaired, and Hpbolsteriag oe.
SOME FORTY OR F1FTT ACCLI
MATED COTTOIS" UTEGROES
4 FROM the State ot Gi"orgia, carnitine of n
rtes, women, boys and girls. AnH.ag tbetn iyr
are some very likely fa.slltes In a few'S
div9 we intend to concentrate aar urcaaes"-I
frim Kentnekv and Tlrnni to thi- point, aad tlve the
hovers of thit country an "pportua "T of rowsHag their
mosey ia good Negroes. Givens a cad hetare making
marzz-:ra siiuiui. hhjmwj a-
I HAVE jatt received Mew of those ele
gant FRENCH BOCRDOIK PIANOS,
from tbe a lebrate.1 its bo Factory fit
"ERAjtD."atPari nd Landen, and of
fer them for sale. 1 keen thow snJeorfht llltle ORGANS,
called Seraphice, with from ten to thirteen steps, and all
the latest Improvements. Theta are known to be the beat
Instruments for Churches, Lodges a-W Schaal Rooms. AR
Instrumeitt sold bv me a.e warranted for Are years.
r? Tuning .tnd Repairing of Piai, Violtes, Organs,
Melodeons, etc., etc., dene in a wirkmaniike manner at
moderate prices .
Tjr I do not pretend to clvo lessons on any numcer aaa
variety of Instr omenta.
HHNRT G. HOLLENBEKB,
lanJ-tf . 14' Main tri-t.
Th.o Madison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Factory.
THE understlgsed has taken the stand recently occu
pied by Moore & Halttead. over lh Planinr Mill of
Whipple, McCulitgh fx Co., and is prepared to fill ali or
ders for Sash, Doors, Blind?, Frames, Cittogt, Mould
ings, Mantles, o.c.
Particular attention paid to drosr lnr and ripping Lum
ber, for the Carpenters acd Bunders.
jan?3-agm it. ti4unacia.
BRADY & BATSES,
GENERAL C0MM1SSI0X MERCHANTS,
Main Street, l.ouisvi;ie, s.y.i
MANUFACTURER'S AgenU for Machine Repe, Bag-,
ging. Jeant. Ijnt4ys. &c " Jan23ily
Strayed or Stolen,,
IS. ON the 17Ua,a Bay MULE, about tlx years
hat old. thirteen hands high, and a Utile lame ia the
tB right 'ore lec, -with three .fines on at the time.
asMaabaA liberal reward wiU be paid for Lis delivery ta
tu, or Information so tbt we can get him
- " PFTET1V
PHEL0N k FARRIS.
South American Fever & Ague
ZFLom eciy 2
Is a Cheap, Safe and Permanent Cure,
ASD IS ALSO A PKEVEXT1VE
OF THE VARIOUS FCRMS OF
Bilious and Inter mittentrevei'3.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
THIS preparation eoBltina no Artenico: JXercury,
asd will not. uke tbe many corns- ends now recom
mended for BUkoas of other Fevers, leave the sfstrm In
a cosdilion nore to be drraaed tain ihe otteate; rtit
great raerlt is is its Owaltve, Preventive aad Resters
tive preaeetsss, aaa is aaaptea to aa sua ann -wn'-i
tioas of the system. ,
f, early all the articles wnicn eater into us competi
tloa are .f theawelves, sing y, remodial agesta f.r tit
eateot Biliwas aad Iaiesmmeat Fevers.
At a Drevmu.e. this Mdietae shoalci be useaeyeea
vaftesceats. Travelers, Eslgraats, and athers, doling the
Senmer aad Fall months, when zualarioua diseases art
A Treatise its. a lku.nakij, rew iax, cniu.
disease, with Testiaisaials aad Orti&catw at rare per
fected, cas be obtained grataiteaaiy, at all the places
where the medrtiae Is sets.
The fallewiBe .uteraeoi ut the lUv. E. M. Pease. Sa-
periateadeat of the Five Paints House ot Industry, aa
gives below, is ear that speaks volumes aa ta the valua
ble propem s of ibis remeoy
Mr. G A. L osabd Sir; I take a pleasure is trs
mittlag ts yaa the followte: faet,ia reUttan to a euro
perfected by the ase of year 3. A. Fever and Ague Rst
edy, upas oae ot the tnmatet of the Hesse ef Inraslry.
John Teaags. who has been sutKrisg from tho abaaf aad
fever darlag tse past are montai, was in avt msr-ia
attacked, asd the paroxysms were as severe as aay I
everksew; almost lastast relief was experienced ba
e viBC the flrat cote ; a the expected day of rttaiR, it
was administered, and it had the hapay eftXt of lat'L
mntiEr tbe paroxysms. Since then every vesttse af the
d sea has left bim, aad he has recovered kia f erejer
woot'd appearance aad health. Truly years, Ave.,
NEW Tork, Jan. s, l&se. L. at. raaaa.
G. A- Leosabd, Esq. Dear Sir: Havteg suffered
from severe attacks or Fever and Agae. I had nearly de
spaired ef fladsag aay "lief, other than a temporary oae.
But while laboring under a severe attack, K was sujgatt
ed te try year remedy, and, un Ike other reeKdit s Z had
used, it bat p?vi a prompt aad perssaaeBt cure, at I
nave never before gone to long wltbaat havtBg a retain of
the oraplalnt, and caa recommend the S A. Fever aad
Ague Remedy as a valuable ose fer the rflectual care of
thedlfeas. ROBT F. PHILPIT,
New Tobc, Dee. 1, 1666. Cr. Wall and Wattr-sls.
Ihe followiBg Ortiacates of Fred'k L. Hertle an
Henry Meier, are amoBg those peculiar casts in whKh
permanent cars cas he efleeted. set withstand jg their
cantiased expotnre to predisposing rasses. At the lime
the cares were perfected, they were ea gaged in the Chem
ical Works of Messrs. Cbas. Pater & Co., ot this etty.
After havutg beer trooMed with Fever and Agae far
nearly a whole moath, asd swaHxwed lets of Quints, an
aeqaaiataace of mine recomBKBded me ta try a bottle of
what is called tbe Soath Americas Fever and Ague Rem
edy, aad sere enough It worked tike a charm. Lteekit
only oae day. aad that was tbe Hat I taw of the fever.
It is with great pteasare that I state this fact tor the
beaefltaf all whom K may asset rn, aad wish everybody
the saBse saccess ia Bustcriag this di-t rasing disease,
which is Hiety eaoagh, if they will follow my example.
FRED'S! L. HERTLE,
Aagatt, ISS5. U Waipple-tt,, Broakljn.
I have had the Fever and Agae for several weeks,
which kept me at home, aaaMe ta work. I tried a cam
ber of pretcriptioBS, without lading aay relief, rjn B my
f aetary boss seat me a bottle of the Soath American Fe
ver aad Agae R- medr. which I haw used. anfter seme
day fvaad myself entirely cured. I hae had sTlttacfr'N
siaee that tiar, bow foerteen rsoaths, aad feet great
coaMtace ia this vaiaahle medKiae, to which I ewe my
recovery. HENRT MEIER,
Sept. 20, 1843. 9o McKibhen-tt., WUUamsbaigh.
The eerttaoatM of Mr. J. G. UadethM, SragfUt. of
Jaraaica. N. T., aad those received throagh him, will be
read with much Interest, not only from the very respect
able character of the partief . bat that the muhtfre waa
ased under very aafavsnhle circasastaaees, and only
when other remedies had beer- ased without saccets.
Mr. G. A. Leonard, N. T.Desr Str: Iaehwed yen
wIR Had seas eertilcaUs f the gted raVeis ot year med
icine in thH tlaee. It gives i.tMactteu to every oae
that has aseit it, aad the sale will increase as it betxaies
known. I take the responsibility ta warrant it. Mr.
Stephen H- Bdersoa, ot this place, seat a bottle t his
witVs sister with like good resatts as when ased by
Mattett and wife. Mr H. is an old mas, a very respec
table ciMtm of thit place, asd is weB known.
Tialy yoars, &x , JAS. G. UNDERHILL.
Jamaica, N. T., Sept. 23, 1SB5.
Mr. A- F. Ster lag, of this dty, has consented ta the
paMtcattoB ot the fotkiwiBg facts, over Ms sftaaatara,
ceaerraiBg a care perfected by the nse of tats reaMwy. .
which facta are esrrahmted by the Rev. L. M Pease,
who was acqaalatrd.wtth all the circBaHtaaoss.
MR G. A. Leosasd ieav Sfr: Some tea aa ttace,
I heard of a poor tat deaviae German, in JlaRert.
ttreet, vat was saSVrtag rroai a ee?-iKlk ftfj
aad fever, eeatracted ia tha lew graaaos, BeaTTewark
N. Z. I gave bin oae bottle of yaar Soath Amerttaa
Fever aad Agae Remedy, and it affords me pietsorr se
say that the disease has been broken ap by its ase, and a
permanent cure rrJecied Traly years.
New Tore, Nov. S, 1 . A. F STERLING.
I am acaaat&ied with the facts set forth is the above
certificate, aad can wttaess te ths trash of the s:aie
meaU thereto esatained. L.M. PEASE,
Sapt Five Petelt Hease af Indasuy.
We, the aadevsigacd. have ased the S. A. Remedy fer
FeTer aad Agae aad Iatsrrailting Fevers, aad it
has atade a perrect care f oarselves and famlHeefabd
with moch pteatare recatnaWBd it to the public as srsafi
aad cheap ssedictae. u
BLBHRT CONCLIN. WJI. JOnNSON',- .
C1IARLB3J GALE. WM. BENNETT.
Jamaica. N. T . Sept. 27. 1S6S.
Ilk. J. G. Uxderhill, Oruggiit, &c Dear Sir: I
have ased the South American Remedy, so highly neoa
meeded ay yaa, both for myself aad wife, and we have
bees car d. I bellev- 1 it tbe best medicine fer lee
MMs asd fever aat. I sbeakt sot have used It K' you
did not warraat a cure, bat saw I am tatttSed it is all -yea
reosameaded it to be. Toars, resBeetfally,
Jamaica, N". T., Sept. 27. 1865.
Jamaica. N. T., May 13, H58.
Mr G. A. Leosard Dear Sir: My mother, as aged
lady, was afflicted with the chips acd fever very bad latt
soramer, and bavttiz beard yoar medRine hjf My ,rcon
mea4ed. h was (odaced ts try K; altar tanng oua'and
a half tot I res, she was perfeetly cnrrd,'aBd iTcieetfcHy
recemmesd it as a safe asd sure cure
Respectfully, years, G. N. CODWI5E.
Mere oerttacates might be added to sweH the Ht, hat
a d-Ucacy oa the part of many ta have their same appear
ia at tat, prevent, a publication t-f them The a of,
however, are rafacteat evftlences te establish the fact
that this remedy Is without as equal fer the peraaneat
cure of the Fever and Ague.
A saprdy ef the above Medkise oa band asd for sale by
WARD & JONES,
aplg-Sm Wholesale Agents far Memphis.
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARILLA,
AWAUD2D tUT OCTOBER,
As the bat and only genatnt compound of tit "Co
now presented to the public.
LOUISVILLE ANNUAL EXHIB1H0B.
THIS u-ootfertcl preparation, so Justly appreeUlel by
theameriiaa people, has sow become the ttan-iard
remedy of the age. The afflicted bear testimony f its
raarvesoas properties, aad the unhappy, pais-wim and
exhaaated saserers rejeice thsre Is help, when all -lave
failed. Oat ef the hundreds of eases scattered iver -3
Mialstppi. Alabama, Wisooasin, Misseurij Indies- aad 9 V
Entackyrt has never in a stogie Instance- bees a Jjaayq
to tail, and wia cur, beyond aH douht : afFJ
nJa or King's BviL Af- -
fecttont of tha Bones, Syphilis, P"
Debiliry, Hahttual Costive nest, Brrsipe-' Presents
Ust Palmesary Diseases, Liver Cempla3 Pssseager
Files, .Female Irregularities, Fistula, Skis -n8nsef th
Diseased Sidneys, asd as a great aodagfi completely
erful Tenic, purifying the Blood,.
This raedfcln:, thongs prepared at great ccrpaase. Is
nevertheless within the reach ot poor as well a rjefe. and
looked spas by the community as the greatest fcfa.sioj'
everamterred n masklsd.
Dr. T. A. HUE LET'S Manufactory, corner of F v into
asd Greene streets, Loaisviiie, Ey., where all - Tfier
must be addressed.
For sale by H. F; TARNS ORTH & CO., ssd CB 4
DLER. , CO., Memphis, Teanessee, asd DrcjiBta
tkreaghout the TJnltcd States ssd Canadas.
Price SI per bottle, or six far $3. tep31-ds-wlr
Pnrify your Blood!
THE CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF TSU
LOW DOCK is the sovereign remedy far all Mercs
rial Affections, Scrofula, Swelling ot the Joists, Rheu
matism, &c As a Liver Medicine, it has no equsL Its
alterative effect os the system, in addition to its being a
purely Vegetable Preparation, adapts it to almost spy
Chronic Affect inn where as alterative medldce h) re
quired. For Erupt ions on the Skjn, Old Dicers, Dyspep
sia, and Nervosa Headache, it has no successful com
petitor among the nostrums of the day. AiaTsoali
Medicine it will be found invaluable.
EJ- For sale only by CHANDLER Jt 09.,
tepi-Jawly Druggists asd Apothecane.
Odd Fellows' Hall Block. Merxr.
THE HAZARD POWDER COMFASY,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
CONTINUE to offer their well known brands ef ELEC
TRIC INDIAN P-IFLE and KENTUCKY RIFLE
POWDER In kegs and canisters. Also, Gun Powder for
Biast-ng and Mining, comprising a full assortment ot
qualities and kinds required by the trade, guarantied
to give entire sattsfaciios.
The standard of their Powder, which has sow enjoyed thi
aighest repotatloa for more than twenty-five years,, will
be found ussurpatttd by any other manufacture of the
kind In the world.
For tale In this dty by GATES k WOOD-, Agents and
at the offlce or tbe Company, No., 83 Wall, comer Water
street New Tork. A. G. HAZARD, President.
' A E. Douglass, Sec'y mai&xlSm
OK USTOIT STSEET.
THE subscriber respectfully Informs his old friends and
AZX tbe public, that he has opened a new Restau
rant on Union ureet, where he is prepared to furnish,
the best t lands that can be found In the market, served
In the bes. Parisian styles. Oysters. Game, Steaks, Salt
asd Fresh Water Fish, Birds la fact, everything suited
ta the fisest aad moat delicate epicurean taste.
Give me a call I have six different rooms for the ac- .
ommodatiea or Private Parties. I win not be outdone
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