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yA-GIVIFICEXT ARKANSAS FARM
' 2FVi? Safe
l"rjrrn tfer for sal a very superior tract or iooo acres
yy of Land on tne Mississippi river, In Mississippi
cA'niy, Arttostt, one ml a below the town of Osceola;
) sen flf the land Is in a high state of cultivation, and
43 aa es of timber deadened. The tract Is entirely above
erer.jwby aeansof a levee, and drained k-y bayoni or
Satuial ditches. We wU sell a great bargain tor half
exit, io tl.ii valuable Tarsi, at the price we art, as we
are lnforracd, It far below the market price of lands of
c.aal valne. Mr. B B Hardin living on an adjoining
j UataUea. will take pleasure in thawing the Farm to all
Who wish to examine. For terms, kc , tddresi ,
J. L. & B. W. BROWN,
ays-atwawlm U X Cherry at., Nashville, Term.
TUB Residence on Shelby street, first onebe
' law Beal street, on ibe west side of Shelby street
where Wm. Bowies now resides. Possession
. given 15th inst. Apply to
aj-iai j. at. proviNe
DESIGNING to Improte another lot imme
diately, I will sell my prestnt residence to a
punctual purchaser on rood terms It comprises
. V acres, is comfortably improved, and unques
tionably one ef the most beactlf ul and most healthy sites
la tie ticlni'jr ct Memphis.
aj.16 tf WM. . POSTON.
REAL. ESTATE FOR SALE.
I HAVK for ssle nine acres of fine LAND, ill -
auatedon theMemrhls and Charleston Railroad,
sabout two miles and a halt from Court Square.
Those desiring cheap property, on easy terms,
Will cunsnlt their lnt erest in applying t-arly to
G. C. "WHITE,
ajl-tf At rhllllps k 'White'-, 233 Main street.
THE subscriber oSers for sale the tract of land
VJiSaon which he now resides, in Haywrod county,
pTennewee, throceh which the Memphl. and Ohio
-iT--Jr Ssta tract contains about four
thaasaBd acres. Th Improvements consist of a fine
traiae dwelling, with ten rooms, negro quarters, Em
ose, staWes. a line steam and grist mill, good orchards.
and ail the necessary improTements for a large farm, or
can be coaveateatly divided into several small ones. For
hJJLth and fertility of soil this place is unsurpassed by
smy in the country. Far further particulars apply to the
ahscribrr en the premises.
dxlo-dawif T30S. SHAPARD.
' TOHN 1, MORGAN, Architect, furnishes Hans, Spee-
s tccauvat ana ueuuea lira wings, supcnoimua iub
XrecUun of Buildings, Furnishes Approximate Estimates,
let-Contracts, kc , measures Brick Work, riasterlng.
Funung and Carpeater's Work, kc, gives silmiea
Yaue to Work, the price for which no contract has been
male. Farticalar attention given to Decontions atid
Bubellbaraeois in Architecture. ParUealar attention
SXm to Church Architecture.
XJr Booms No. 3 Walker's BuOdlngs, Memphis, Term.
G rand Gift Enterprise.
BICH JEWELBY GIVEN AWAIT.
Great Inducements offered to
"TSVERT person baying an article of Jewelry or l"ncy
Pj G ods at my establishment and pst.be two daBari
And fifty cents faT th same, shall be entitled to a ticket
. the above Grand cut Enterprise.
The article called lor on said Ticket, shall b Immediate-
ly tand-d to the party drawing.
Th' following is a list of the Jewelry, kc, to be given
SXAYT GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
LATA FINS AND EAR DROPS,
GOLD PENCIL CASES AND PENS,
HEAVT GOLD FOB CHAINS,
THOS. J. HARRIS,
isjl7-lra At Locke's Salesroom. 2S2 Main st.
Cordage Oakum &c
SMITH. COOPER i. CO 122 Fr-nt Staet, New Tork,
and "75 Tchoapt-toalas Street, New Orlesi s, macufac
turers of Cordage, Oakum, itc offer for sale a full as
cortment of MaciHa aid Tarrel Rope, Nary asd Extra
Oskum deliverable In New Tork or Jcw Orleans.
PORTRAITS TRUE TO LIFE.
TTAYING returned, after a short absence from town,
XI to ar Studio over F. H. Clark & Co.'s Jewelry
esUb. ishmeat, in the Marble Block. I will be most happy
to wait on all who may faror me with their oraers.
His PortralU shai be true to life.
ap21 WM. FBTK.
rj tnE under.ieaed haelna; taken out letters of admin.
Jl utration spea the Estate of the late Tbos. B. Car-
Tf'U all persons Indebted to said Estate are requested to
cake parmest ; and all creditors thereof are notlSed to
pi esent their claims, wtbin the period prescribed by law,
cinerwise xaey wia oe ssrreu.
ELITA B. CARROLL, Adm'trx.
Jsnl 3m R. B. HAWLET, Administrator.
BED SULPHUR" SPRINGS
HARDLY COUXTY, TESA.
rpHOSK desiring to visit these Springs, lojcftly ceie
JL brsted for 'heir medicinal virtues, will Sod that
ery effart wia be made by the Proprietors to make their
t: sy p easant and agreeable. An attentive host will
piovirt them with new and elegant cabins, comfortable
b-ds, a good tab e, and music fur the dance A careful
C itttr wi 1 be In attendance at the stables, which an no
s rpassed foromtort and cenventence.
- Visitors by Railway neel fear no detention as Coaches
td Hacks will, after the 1st of Jane, be found waiting
Uiamvl of the Cars at Burnsvil.e Station, on the
liempms am unarteston uai read, ana passengers, from
other direction, by the morning taains, will reach the
Springs in the afternoon of the ssise day.
Junl-Gw CLAPPitCOIES. Proprietors.
rriHE subscribers havlaK taken out letters of sdmlnlf
X tratlon upon theesuteof Carolina Kattmtn, dee'd.
ml perwm indeMed to the tame, are hereby notified to
cake payment, and all persons having culms are re
quested to present tbera pxperly authenticated for set
tannin B CK.
mil 9-1 m H. HORNER,
A. STREET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Fcplar, between ilain and Second Streets,
augl2 3LEJIPIIIS, TENS,
Jn the how occupied formerly by Mr Thompton,
HAS Just ratur-ed with the finest and best
stock of seats' and ladies' BOOTS and SHOES,
wn ca. ressg selected eipreniy ror this market.
ne warrant tor anraouiiy ana isle sine.
At the same time, he te ders his thanks to his old pa
trass for past favors, and hopes for a liberal patronage In
the new stand Just removed to, where he will be always
ready to attend to any work in his line at the earliest no
tice. An early call is solicited.
apS-Jm WM. MILLER.
IJ"BBetlB please copy.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
Hardin County, Tenn.
(SECOND. SEASON UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
rpHE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS will be opened on
JL the 1st June nett, for the accommodation of my
i tends and the pubHc. I have a large Ice House tnll ot
I'V. An exceirBt Band of Music will be in attendance
d'lrlng the ea'lre eeuon. The Depot wil be at Burss-
Tiiie. en tne xempnu jsc Charleston Railroad.
1 have made arrangements with Mr. J. T. Chldester,
ho we; have plenty of ;ie Coaches at tte Depot. All
Can re'y on gnng through direct tie same day th-y leave
xempnis. lie wui also cave fie Bngjles tnd Carriages
n the spnogs.
aplS-dswSm GEO. SHALL.
Xiittlo Hock, Arizansas.
THE subscriber bavin recently Durchafsd the
ANTHO;T HOUSE from John Collins, wishes
to Inform the public that he win be pleased to
.see them at any and all times, and contemplates
s nmg, renewing sbq refilling ue whole .Establishment,
us uops io give general sauszacuon.
my In i WM. H. DAWSON.
Laths and Shingles.
TlOGERT&WTTTarezlin inakin; Tthi.-and l.
JlJ ways prepared to supply the puMlc with the best ar-
nae at reaucea pnres. They are alo making Shingles,
aid will keep a aipply constantly on hand. Mill on Wolf
nrr, above the Bayou. July 18, '6S-ly
rnnn DOZEN Hose aad Half Hose, on hand and for
dUUU sale by JAMES LOW . CO.,
mart I 418 Main street, Loniivffle. Ky.
Q r n CASES Fancy Prints, new styles, onhandandfor
ituu aie uj jajies LOW fc CO.,
marSl HB Main streets, Louisville, Ky.
j nn CASES Fancy Lawns, on hand for sale by
1UU JAMES LOW Ji CO.,
18 Mala street, Louisville, Ky,
- r BALES printed French Jaconetts, very handsome
J.O styles, on nana ana far sale by
JAMES LOW k CO.,
marai tlS Main street, Louisville. Ky.
CASES Crepe D'Xspagne, assorted colors ;
1 case Satin Striped and Challl;
1 castpigurcd and ChaHi s on hand and for sale by
JAMES LOW & CO.,
martl 413 Main street, LoulsvUle, Ky.
r CASES K DeBege, 10 cases 4-lDeBege, ouhaudand
t far sale by
JAMES LOW & CO.,
I8 Main slreet, Lonlsvll'o. Ky-
Ianen. Pant Stuffs I
r a GASES Plain anC Twillsd Linen Pant Stuffs, on hand
VU and for sale by
JAMES LOW & CO..
418 Main street, Louisville, Ky.
Sea island Brown Cotton!
BALES Sea Island Brown Cotton, cn hand and fol
sale ry JAMES LOW k CO.,
marSl 418 Main street, Louisville. Ky
7- BALES Striped Osnaburgs, on hand and for sale by
8 JAMES LOW k CO..
mailt 113 Main street, LoulsvUle, Ky.
O -L 33. ' .-Si
Prcmiu in Gallery!
HAVTKG Just rttumod from a business tour North,
with 1 &a faclHUei for taking fine, durable
TJaguerreotypes, Anibro types, Sea.,
I am cew ready in person to serve my friends and the
BGbHe generally in my line, on the most reasonable terms.
( feave so new tangled patents and dap-trap processes
to oSer the public, My establishment has to slander
tall amid all Ibe bias sry of 1U neighbors, upon its own
TWENIT-FITE kegs Golden Syrup, for sale by
marI7 HAKOOCK. CLARK k CO.
3lrTTPrreUPowdertdnd Crushed Ssgars.for SM,
Pf BMI7 BAJTCOCSjiLABK kCQ j
iaaersrip'portiisU'ewifeof Ui bosom, and leading tae
CaJirenwh.-h makes horn", home, to the sanctuary of
v r-lrwln nbt be t fair criterion cf the pist If
CHAjVGE of firm.'
OWING la a cbasge in our firm on the 30th June next,
wa are offering our entire stock of
AT COST UNTIL THAT TIME.
SELLER St. JOHNSON,
myJO-dlm No. 3 Oath's Marble Block.
asro'vsr is 'A'hlt tttvit;
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTniXG!
THE uuderslsned respectfully call the attention of
dtliens and strangers generally to our large assort.
ment ot SPRING and SUMMER CLOTHING, which can
not ne surpassed in quality and cheapnef s. Always on
hand, a complete slock of Gents Wear lngApparreL .Call
and examine. No trouble to show gooes.
HESSE & LETT,
Corner of Madison and Front Row,
raylO-lm Merrimsn's old stand.
SEW SPRING AND SCM3IER GOODS,
JAS. A. STREETT & CO.,
NO SIS MAIN-ST., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
s t-z imt nTwsIn? a choice aUck of FANCT and STA-
A. FLE DRT GOODS, which they ofler low for cah. or
the tuuil time to prompt customers. We invite tte at
fultonrf city and country buyers to call and examine
our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock con
slsU in part of rich Dress SHks, Silk Tissues, Bereges.
Organdies. French Cambrics, Lawns, Preach, English
and American Prints, Ginghams, &c-, .
ALSO, Silk Tissue, Berege, Organdie, Jsconett and
Lawn Robe. Oi the newest detlgn; Lace Shawls and
Mantillas, new and elegant styles.
Family Tarnishing Materials,
Consisting In part of Linen and Cotton Sheeting, all
widths and qualities. Pillow Case Linens, double and sln.
rl Damask Table Cloths, Napkins, Diapers, Dtyles.
Taweiings, Curtain Material, of all descriptions. Mar
niita an pinntmarjes. Dimities. &c
Bleached and Brown Sheeting and Shirting. Plain and
Striped Osnaburgs, SL, Ticxing, ainpro
Apron Checks, Flannrts, Jeans, kc.i White Goods con
sHtlng of Plain Figured, and Checked Swiss Book. In
rfi inii fcr. s Rmbroide ries and Laces.
Handsome Worked Setts, Collars, Brands. fc .Infinls'
-irvil vnben. Plain and Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, Hosiery, Fancy Belts, Fans, Perfumery, Small
nUonr Intention to mske Drr Goods the leading fea.
tnre of bnelncss, and our f rionds csn rely upon finding at
an times a full and complete assortment.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
Steck in this line manufactured under our own super
Boots and Shoos, Hats and Caps,
UmbreUss, ParascU, Trunks, Carpet Bags, i c
Spring and Summer
M.4JVUFACTUREKS OF MEN'S'
AKD WBOLEIA1X DEALEBX IK
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES AXD PLASTERS' GOODS.
OUR facilities this year being of scch a nature we are
enabled tooOrour Spring and Summer atoca, which
Is unusually large, to the trade sud citizens geneially at
the very lowest rates. Country Merchants and River
Traders is particular are earnestly requested to call and
examine our stock before purchasing eisewnsr.
SIMON k SEESSEL. 63 Front Row,
Corner Jefferson-st., tinder Commercial Hotel.
"WWalilAM. T001iE: ,
1S7 -rvr v t-tvt ST.,
Under the Worsliain House.
mm subscriber begs leave to announce to hiscutsm
JL ers and the dtliens of Memphis that he has return
ed from New Tork with a mil assortment of most splen
did Goods, which he is prepared to make up tor cah on
short notice. sepo-iy
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
OP HEMPHIS, TENN.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL I GDARA NTT CAPITAL
"1HARTKREU br the Legislature of Tennessee, Session
j ef lS55-'56, to make Fire, Life and Marine Insurance
and to cause themselves to oa re-iusnrea wnen octmn
einedlent- In view of which they have arranged with
the following Companies, for re-Insurance by means of
firitih Ommercla', London Capital f 3 000,000
Equitable Fire, 2,000,000
International Life, " " 2,500.000
Knickerbocker Life, United Slates, " 200,0v-0
Consolidated Fire " 300 000
At the annual election on Tuesday, the 10th Instant, the
following Directors and Committee were elected for the
ensuing year :
JAMES B. THORNTON, L. J. DUPREE,
GEO. R. GRANT, THOS. McADAM,
STEPHEN B. CURTIS, J. H. MULFOKD,
HENRYS. KING, JOS. BARBIErE, 4tv
S. B. CURTIS, L. J. DUPREE, H. S. SIKS.
Medical Examiner GFO. R. GRANT, 1.0,
Attorney J. B. THORNTON, Esq.
AuittedbtfS. P. BANKUEAD. Ea.
Andatameetlngof the new Directory ct 'Wednesday,
the 11th inst.. the following officers were ibcsanfcribe
JAMES B. THORNTON, Pretident.
GEO R. GRANT, Fic Pretident.
THOS. McADAM. Secretary.
OFFICE No, 8, Madison street, corner I rent Row.
fY STEAMBOATS, Steamboat Boilers, and Steamboat
J Machineiy, under the provisions of tee Acta of Con
gress of 1833 and 18i2. Offlce, 8 Madison street. "
mart THOMAS McADAM, Intaector.
fllARIXE AND FIRE KSURAXCE CO
Of Nashville, Tenn.
CAPITA!., :::::: $150,000,
JOSEPH VAULT Prest.....A. W. BUTLER, Eecy.
JehnM Hill, Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
JameLrrey, a, a. uaruner, r. a. uwen,
G. M. Fogg, Joseph Tadx, James Ellis,
N. S. AUoway, W. 8. Xakln.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freights tmdei
open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risks ou
Merchandise, by steamboats, railroads, or land carrlagi;
alio, baxards on rivers and Uses to or from amy part of
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE on buildings, dwelling or other
aansea. goods in store, furniture, c, in town or eo entry,
rjjiegroes Insured against tne dangers of the river.
J. G. LONSDALE, Agent,
Offlce Jefferson street, Memphis.
The Mutual Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW TORK.
Accumulated Fund, S3.000.OO0.
THE rates adopted Vy this Company are based upon the
most correct observations. Policy holders get all the Rains
ot the Company, as it is purely mutual, having no prefer
red stocr or other capital to tsxethe Srst fruits of pi cms
from the insured.
Any person wishing insurance on his or Tier life will re
ceive all information, together with tne requisite rotas ci
application, by calling en J. U. LONSDALE,
Agent annual uie insurance uompany,
octl 1-1 r Offlce Jeff naon street. Memphis.
N. B. P0REST,
DEiVliElX IiX SIaiWES,
No. ST Adams-st, Mempliis, Ten.,
HAS Just received from North Carolina,.,
twenty-five likely young negroes, to which hecO
desires to call the attention of purchasers.!
.Hewillbeln the regular receipt of negroesV
frum North and South Carolina every month. His Ne
gro Depot Is one of the most complete aBd commodious
establishment of the kind In the Southern country, ate
bis regulations exact and systematic, cleanliness, neat
nets and cosifort being strictly observed and enforced
His aim Is to furnish to custorrers A. I servants aoe
field hands, 'sound and perfect In body and mind. Ne
groes taken on commission. Ian2l
Clerk's Sale of Real Estate.
Tjr virtue of a Decree ot the Law Side ot the Common
1 1 Law and Chancery Court or the city of Memphis, a
the March Term, 1S57, In the case of R. E. Chew et. sis.,
ex-parte, I will sell to the highest bidder, at public auc
tion, in front of my crace, xortneast corner of Court
Sauart. at ic o'clock A oa satukdai, thei3tbcf
June, ISS7. tne following aesenbea property, lo wit:
Twenty-One feet of Lot 192,
Situated en Main street, in the city of Memphis.
Termt One-third cash, the balance in one and two
years with Interest from dste.
jhaauus J. wiuuiir, clerk.
my!6-ld By A. J Wbieuk, Deputy Clerk
Clerk's Sale of Real Estate.
BT virtue of a Decree of the Law Side of the Common
Law and Chancery Court ot the city Memphis, at
the aiarci. Term, iti, tn tne case ci ja. Kositson. et.
als.cz-psite petition. I will sell to the highest bidder.
at public auction, on the premises, on THUR5DAT, the
sou cay oi June next, at lu ccioce a. m., tne following
described properly, to-wit :
AJLotof 30 Acres of Land,
Situated near the Hernando Flank Road, one mile from
the corporate limits and bounded on the North by Walker
street, South by Trigg street, East by Orleans street,
Westty Unis of Dr. Walker. Said land Is subdivided
Into FIVE LOTS, each containing a beautiful building
site. and moa of It well tlmUred. One of the totals
very wll Improve I, and contains a god and large frame
dwelling house, a more particular uescripuon ana clan
of the lots can be seen at my office, or by calling on Jas.
Robinson, Esq., on tne pisca.
Terns One-fourth cash, balance In one and two years,
with interest from date.
MARCUS J. WRIGHT, Clerk,
rayie-td By A. J. whrelxk. Deputy Clerk.
FROM th lu
vbssj, mare MULES,
sa8islVUnets the bay!
FROM the subscrioer, on the 2d Instant, two
&a, meaium size , one a iiznt torrei,
dark bty ; both have marks of Har-
has old sho t on her fore feet.
I will glee a liberal reward for tbelr delivery to me. er
any Information to that I geitfoem.
my!2-if .as. as. white. -Memphis.
OSNABURGS, Cotton Tains, Jeans and Limeys, made
at the Memphis Cotton Mills, and of the best quality.
We have taken the agency for the sale of these goods.
and solicit orders from dealers generally. We have now
on band a full supply. GRAHAM k HILL,
myio-am o. jrronsjww.
TWO DRATS alio two Dray license, which have eight
and nine month to run. Apply to
fieurs ot tne asy era
G. D JOHNSON,
A G. L'lhG
SWAN & GO.'S LOTTERIES.
THE M BRILLIANT SCKEaitt
Capital Prize SGO,000.
TICKETS ONIiY 810!
OWING to the crest favor with which oorbingie nrm
br Lotteries have been received by the public, and
the large demand forTlckets.theMsnsEers, S SWAN X
CO., will have a drawing each Saturday throughout the
year. The fUkiwmg Scheme will b drawn lu each of
their Lotteries for June itni.
-TT. A fisBt 39,
To be drawn In the City of Atlanta, Georgia, in pnbHc,
on SATCRDAT, June th, 1857.
To be drawn in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SAT3RDAT, J uno I3th, 1857.
sCTTt Ag -il.
To he drawn in the city ot Atlanta, Oeorsia, In public, ca
SAT0RDAT, Juae20th, 1857.
To be drawn In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SATURDAY, June 27th, 1S57, on the plan of
3.0O5 IPrilKos ! :
More than Ono Prize to Every Ten
TO BE DRAWS
EACH SATURDAY IN JUNE.
1 Prise ef $60,600 1 Prire of $t,C00
1 " 20,000 1 1 ' " 1,000
. 10 000
4 Prizes of $225Aproxtlng to $60,000 Prize are $900
3,303 prises amounting to...
Whole Tickets, 810; Halves, $5 00;
Quarters, 2 ou.
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 to 30.000. corresponding with those
Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate slips of pa
per, are encircled with small tin tubes and placed lu oue
The first 257 Prises, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn
from the wheel ot numbers, and at the same time a Prize
ii drawn from the other wheel. The Number and Prize
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, bnd
registered by the Commissioners; the Prize being placed
against tbe Number drawn. This operation is rapesiea
until all the Prizes are drawn out.
Ar-FKOXiMATiox Pstzcs. The two preceding and the
two succeeding Numbers to thooe drawing the first 12
Prizes will be entitled t the 43 Approximation prizes.
ForezamDle if Ticket No 112S0 draws the seo.100 Prize,
tboo Tickets numbered 11243, 11249, 11251, 11252, will
each beentltlid to $225. If Ticket No. 650 draws th
4:20.000 Prize, those Tickets numbered 6,8, 619, 6M, 65!
will each be entitled to $200, and soon according to tbe
J3" The 3,000 Prizes of $20 will be determined by the
last ngure of me numoer uu craws toe ou,wu nuc
Vorxamile. If the Numbers drawing S60.000 Prize ends
with No. I, then all the Tickets where 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 0.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the following
rates, which is the risk:
Certificate ot 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 addrrs for tut Tickets oraerea,on receipt oiwnicn
they will be forwarded by first mall. Purchasers can
have Tickets ending in sny figure they msy desigaate.
The list ot drawn numbers and prizes will be fciw&rd
ed to purchasers Immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and
give their Post Offlce, County and State.
53" Remember that every Prize Is drawn and payable
in full without deduction.
S3 All Prizes of $1,000 and under, paid Immediately
after the drawing other Prizes at the usual time of
IT?' All communications strictly confidential.
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates of Packages to
S. SWAN k CO., Atlanta, Ga.
U" A list of the numbers that are drawn irom the
wheel, with tne amount ox iqc pmc mu uui one m
titled to. will bepublithed alter every drawing -in the fol
lowing papers: New Orleans Delta, Mobiie Regisl:r,
Charleston Stsndard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta lnttlli
cencer. New Tork Weekly Day Boos, and Savannah
Morning News. mr2T
Planters, Look lo Your Interest!
WE are rtlll agents for the sale of tbe EAGLE GIN
STAND Actual tests prove that the Gins now be
lng manufactured are the best in use.
For lightness ot draught, speed, and making a fine sam
ple.these Gins cannot be equaled.
Now is the time to send in your orders, so as to have
them made and to arrive here in time f r the next crop.
HARRIS, WORMEI ET i. CO., Agents,
msr25 dawSm No. 8 Front Row, Memphis,
gg" Enquirer copy. -
I. D. 7KDEI1EABT 1. '. WOODSOlf.
TfiCEHEART & WOODSON,
Manufacturers of Southern Star Cotton Gin,
RESPECTFULLY call tbe attention of tbi) public, par
Ocularly the Co' ton PlanUr , to their GIN' MAN U-FACTORT.-ow
In scccesKf ul operation In this place. We
deem it unnecessary to publish any testimonials ot the
good performances of our Gins, tb.ogb many could be
procured of gentlemen who are now nlng them men of
high reputation as planters, and wou'd not be satisfied
with any but a good Gin ; and we will ouly add that we
are determined lo spare no pains or means to make a
C-tton Gin that will pkase the Planter.
In addition to the Gin we formerly advertised aod sold
for $3 per saw, we are now fitting up aa improved ttyle,
at con-iderable additional expense, which we will sell at
$3 60 per saw.
A sample or our Gins can alrys be seen at Messrs.
Graham fe Hill's, who are onr agecU In Memphis..
Gentlemen Planters, send in your orders, with specifi
cations, and they thill be promptly attended to. A suf
ficient guaranty given in every tele.
J3 Repairing done with neatneu act dUjatch.
Important to Cotton Planters!
THE TAILOR PREMIU3I COTTON GIN,
CLEMAWS, BEOWN & CO.,
rpHE subscriber begs leave to call the attention of
A rianwrsi an examination ei tae merit. su.se
Gm Stands, which possess in a greater degree the quail--
ties to be desledln a Cotton Gin tU. : Speed, Light
Draught, and Cood Sample than any Gin extant, and
are offered on as reasonable terms as any establishment
in the South.
I feel fully authorized in saying that I can furnish, all
things considered, a superior Gin Stand to any factory In
the United States.
Messrs. Fovlkrs. Mount Co. are agents for the sale
of these Gins, who will keep a supply of various sixes on
hand, or Willi rder any rise at short notice. Office on
Jefferson street, Memphis, Tenn.
mar?o-atwawm a. a. Tiiuu.viuw. juti
Premium Cotton Gins.
rpHK attention of Cotton Planters Is respectfully cafied
i io tne above superior urns, manufactures, nys.tiar-
ver & Co., East Bridgewater, Mass. Under a recent In-
prevnment, the Carver Gins are regarded as the best now
In general use ; their superiority needs Bocomments f rem
us, as thousands are now tn successful operation In the
We have on hand fifty Gins, embracing all the different
sixes ana numbers ot saws.
Also 10 and 12 feet segment bolts, wishers, XC, com
plete, all cf which we ofler to oar friends upon the usual
terms and time. uwtNH k GIBSON,
Kos. 1 and 2 Exchange Building.
Memphis, Sept. 23, IBM tf
WHITLEY'S PATENT PORTA
GIAK & AVERY,
SI. Louie, Mo.
AGENT AT MEMPHIS, TENN.,
TTAVING taken the Agency for the sale of the above
I I Circular Saw Mills, I am prepared to fill alt 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 and put into operation, can be ac
We do cot wish to praise our own work, all we ask ot
persons wishing to -purchase Mills Is to examine our
work before buying elsewhere, as we think they win give
ns the preference after such examlnatldn. We are sat
isfied our Mills win saw more lumber, and In better style
in the same number of hours than any other Saw Mill
Persons wishing to purchase Mills will please address
me at Memphis, Tenn. G. McLEAK.
Black Smith and Meet iron Worker,
Corner of Front lima and Winchetter-et.',
SECOND-HAND Boilers bought, sold
and exchanged for new ones. Sheet Iron
work done of every description, suth as
Chimneys. Brlchen, Fire Beds, Escape
Pipes, Condensers, Fotges.MelslIc Life-Boats, and Steam
boat Work In generaL Also, Bank Safes, Fireproof Shuts,
Gascmeters. OMerus, Sue,
N. B. Boilers repaired at the shortest notices tad on
the noil reasonable UlW. nov4-dawly
BBLS. Cbi-pgB Cider, received this day by
1971 H. H. rOTTES.
Otey'TTL O'HaUcran Johtf '
Parrowa D H Parker Wm Parkinson S C
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
AT 25 PER CENT LESS
Than Asy Other House is tbe City of
MT stock comprises the largest and most varied assort
ment of JEWELRT ever offered In the xlty, 'con
sisting or the latest and most fashionable style of
CAMEO, . jp.--
and PLAIN GOLD
Bracelets, Pins and Ear Drops!
"JEROME'S" CLOCKS, of every style and pattern.
PLATED WARE-Castors, Cake Baskets, Knives, Spoons,
ACC0RDE0N3, FLUT1NAS and POLKAS,
FANCY NOTIONS, of everv deacrintion.
Which I shall dispose of at wholesale and retail at
Auijiiion. THUS. J. HARRIS,
At Locke's Salesroom, 262 Main street,
mT"-'y Memphis, Tenn.
ON the 1st June, 1B5S, the firm heretofore existing be
tween F. n. CLARE and A. C. WURZACH was dis
solved by mutual consent. F. H. Clark la charged with
the settlement .of the business of the late arm of F. D.
Clark k Co. p. H. CLARK.
A. O. WURZBACH.
The subscribers have associated themselves together
under the firm of F. H. CLARK k CO.
F. H. CLARK,
JAS. S. WILK1NS,
OUR NEW FIRM.
It affords me pleasure to announce ta mr friends and
the pullle that I have associated with me my former
partner, JAS. S.W1LKINS, and my well-known ass Is-
mua, mi, unaer the familiar style of F. H
The new arm will start with an efficient force In each
mechanical branch, the Watch dspartmentbelng under the
supervision of Mr. Wilklns.
Sto full at all times of the latest fashions, and prices
. iu b uic ea ie quality anu style of goods can be pur
chased in Philadelphia or New Tork.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me
during my fifteen years' residence in Memphis, and my
-iim niuwig merit its contuiuance.
F. H. CLARK,
OUR aim has bet n to keep pace with our growing city,
and furnish those who want Goods la our line with
good articles, and at fair prices. Our assrtmet, for
years, nas seen ut utile if any behind onr Eastern
cities. It Is more extensive this season than ever. Oar
leading branches are, first
Of whl we have every variety in general use.
together with a large assortment made to our
order, which for neatness of style and tlme-keep-'ing,
are surpassed by none. In our assortment
will be found the Eight Day Watch and tbe Repeating
U-ronemeier, giving ue 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
foreign or aomesucproauciion.
We have made this branch ot our business a study for
years, not only posting ourselves with regard to ths dif
ferent qualities and merits of the different styles and ma
kers, but of the kinds best suitable to onr market Our
assortment, tor number of years, has been large, to
which we have recently made many additions of our own
Importation. We can furnish our customers with SHOT
GENS from $5 to $200; RIFLES from $10 to $100.
Also, the calibrated SHARPE'S RIFLE.
DERRINGER and COLT, of all sizes,
ortment ot the kinds In general use.
Also, a full as-
Tea and Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Cups, Castors,
spoons, tons, iaics, witn many cnoice irancy Articles,
all coin fine.
SILVER PLATED GOODS.
Urns, Castors, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Sets. Boer?-
nes. Cake and Fruit Baskets Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Pitch
ers, uoDitti, uups, x aiiers, etc, &c
A full assortment ot Pocket s&d Table, from the best
makers, with a great variety ot Fancy Goodx.
OUR MECETAITICAIi BRANCH.
All kinds of Watch Work done In the most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and nw made to order. ,
Plain and Oramental; Seals for Lodges, Courts, tte.,
in any style , SUncel Plates of all sites,
octie-dawly F. H. CLARK It CO.
ACCURATKLT adjusted to the eye, u a to suit the
most difficult vision, without occasioning that sense
of weakress or f stlguo to the organ generally complained
of by wearers of common glasses, but enabling the wearer
of this Improved Spectacle to porsne tbe most minute
employment either by day or candle light, with ease and
CHEN. I-TTLIiER, Optician,
Or THE FIRM OP
0HRN. MULLEE & BR0.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Cloclis, Watches, Jewelry,
MadUon-tt., bet. Main and Front Row,
OPPOSITE I. D. KIRTLAND'S OFFICE, MEMPHIS.
PARTICULAR attention paid to the repairing
of Watches by an experienced workman. Beine
deters Ined not to be excelled In superior work-
'aiansmp tu tms branch of the business, we have
engaged a first dais Watchmaker, and can flatter our
lTe, m saying that there Is no House, East or West,
thst un of a better. Clocks caret illy repaired an!
caret uUy renalred and
warranted Jewelry and Spectacles of every deserlDtlon
maae to oroer. uia J eweiry neatly repaired, and Specta.
de Glasses inserted In old frames to suit every sLxht.
P. 8. The numerous complalots of persons who have
been lrrposeu upon py individuals peddliLK tarouch the
country an Inferior ar'We of spectacles, representing
mem to oa mese improved glasses, render it Leccsary
mat we feouki cannon me puonc against sncb venders
and protect the reputton o our Ues. AH spectacles
maae oy ns are stamp:- jw- :ne name or tbe firm.
marlO-daw CHRISTIAN MULLER k BRO.
AND DEALER IX
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musi
cal hoxcs, spectacles, &c,
CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAMS-ST3.,
TAKES this method of Informing his friends,
and tbs public generally, that he has moved from
his old stand to tbe corner of Main and Adams
streets, where he will take pleasure in sxhibltlnt
a new and choice lot of JEWZLRY, to those who may
tavor una who a can, ana win te pieaseu to execute all
orders for repairs In his line. He hopes, bv honestv. In
tegrity, and his efforts to please, to gain the confidence
ana noerai patronage or all who may And It convenient to
visit ms establishment.
K" All orders for repairing In every branch of my bn
linesJ promptly attended to. ml7-tau21
WATCHES Some very fine.
JEWELRY New styles.
SILVERWARE Coin fine.
SILVER PLATED GOODS Best quality.
SPKCTACLkS To suit every nondltion of alsht.
GUNS Best makers.
PISTOLS Full assortment
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY.
Making by far the best assortment ever offered In this
market f. H. CLARK & CO..
ar23 No. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
TqE latest and by far the most Important improve.
msntlnThotogTanhy Is the recently oatented Pic
ture known as the SPHEREOTTPE. which Is not onlv
new and unlike any cf Us predecessors, but greatly su
perior te all. The Sphereotype is proof against time,
aib and water, and for richness of tsne, warmth of
expression and distinctness has ro equal In fact the 1
luslsn is such that the picture, or image, seems bus need
ed in air, entirely Independent of the back ground
For this picture we have the exclusive right f sr Mem
phis. Specimens'can be seen In our Gallery, where pic
tures are aiso taaen in ue various styie Dy our Artist,
who combines the Chemist with the Artist, which ena
bles nim at au times to proauce superior pictures
F. H. CLARK k CO ,
No. 1 Clark's Marble Block,
M'LXE MANVERS, Parisienne.
WHO speaks EnglUh fluently, withes to give lessons
In the French and Spanish Languages, and also In
Vocal Mnslc. M'lle Manvxbs would be glad to attend
schools, or give private lessons. Mile II. brings tettl-
monlais from the highest personages In this country,
signea oy rres:aeni .Tierce, uov. Alien, (3. o.,) senator
Butter, Col. Jefferson Davis, ic, which she will be hap
py to exhibit.
Apply at Mr Bulkley's, nemando street, next door to
the late Mayor uarroll's residence, or at the Music Stores
Valuable Negroes for Sale.
THiKTr XKUUUK3 just arrived from Kentucky
and Virginia, among the number three good Me
chanics. N. B. FORREST,
rnarT- tf No. 87 Adams street.
Strayed or Stolen,
ON tbe 17th, a Bay MULE, about six years
old. thirteen hands high, and a Utile lame In the
right for leg, with three shoes on at the time.
A liberal reward wOl be paid for his delivery to
ui, or Information so that wo Cas get b!sa.
BJt-lt WZpOH k JT ARSIS,
Hands Wanlcd. .
SEC or eight NEGRO nANpS.of. either sex, wanted
HAWKS, SailTII & CO.'S BULLETIN.
MERCHANTS. PLANTERS, MECHANICS!
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
HAWKS, SMITH fc CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Kos. 304 and 806 Main-at.
ALIO AOECTS FOR
"flealng's" Patent Salamander Safea!
HAVING now received tbe greater portion cf our
Goods for the SPRING TRADE, by recent arrivals
from Europe and the Eastern uiues, we are prepsreu to
offer greater inducements to the Merchants, Planters and
Mechanics of the Southwest than have hitherto been of
fered In this market, for nroof of which we respectfully
so.lcltthelnspecUoner our stock ana prices, in viewer
this, we have placeu our.eires in a position to ooer suca
Inducements to those who may visit Memphis for the pur
pose of making their purchases, as will deter them from
Mklnr another market, so far at least as our business
Is concerned. To fully carry out this object we have made
permanent arrangt ment swilh the best manufacturers lu
England and in this country, to be regularly supplied
with a full stock of Goods In our line, and Trill furnish
those whe may favor ns with their orders, with goods at
as low figures as any house in the country,.Souin or west.
Our stock comprises
For tlie Country Trade.
' Boiled ind Charcoal Irou Castings,
Boston. Philadelphia and Wheeling Nails,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets,
Log, Trace, Stay and Stritch Chains,
Bright and half bright casUteel noes.
Casta teel polished rive ted -eye Hoes,
Oil root and steam bent Uames,
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 Lines, k e.,,,
Louisville, Cincinnati and New Tork Sifters,
Nova Scotia and Rrved Grindstones,
Ames' caststeel Shovels and Spades,
Rowland's and Can's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all patterns, "
Locks, Latches, Hinges, kc.,
Well Wheels and Well Buckets.
Together with every aiticle suited to the trade of the
country merchant. In the
We have made tbe best selections from the most approved
manuf actunrs of every article necessary for the planting
Cotton. Cane and Grub Hoes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks,
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fan Ml.ls, Corn Mills, Corn Shelters,
Corn and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutters,
Hsy and Manure Forks, Rakes, &c,
Grain Cradlss, and Scythes,
Patent and common Churns,
Hames, Collars. Singletrees, kc.,
Pruning Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements of all kinds,
Hall k Spear's wrought and cast Plows,
Allen's Cotton Plows and Scrapers.
Together with a full stock of the "celebrated Avery and
Livingston k Co. Plows, which have for several years
past given such universal satisfaction. We are fully pre
pared to keep always on hand a large stock ot these
Plows together with the extra Points and Castings, so as
to De awe to supply our planters with them at all times,
In the selection of our stock of Goods In the
We have pild most particular auction to the Interests
of our mechanics. We have selected such guud as are
best suited to this market, and can safely guaranty lstl!
faction ta all.
Our stock In this department is full and complete,
Greenwood's Axle Follies and Shutter Fastnlngs,
Pearl White tnd Mineral nsb Locks aod Latches,
Clo and Electro-Plated " " "
Cottage, Rural and Mortise " " "
Front and store dor " " "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self-sbutting door and Gate Hinges and Latches,
Bolts and Hooks, Nails, Brads, Screws, it
This department In our business Is under the special
supervision ot one of the partners, who has fer many
years, In this city, given it his careful attention, and be
lieving mat mis orancn or cur business requires more
man ordinary care, Doth m the selection ot the goodi
and in flning'orders, he Is determined to re bis best en
deavors to keep auch goods as shall' please all our me
chanics, and will hold every inducement to merit thtlr
We would call particular attention to our stock cf Tools.
the quality of all which we can fully guaranty, compris
Union Factory PJane?, Rules, kc,
Spear & Jackson's Hand and Pannell Saws,
Butcher's cast steel Chisels and Files,
Karl Smith Co.'s Files,
Wetherby's Chisels and Draw Knives,
Cam's celebrated " "
Spirit Levels, Rules and Gnages,
Augers, Auger Bltts, Screwdrivers, kc
Peck's LoulsvUle Bellows,
Newcwmb's New Tork Bellows,
Sdld Box and Parallel Vices,
Armltage's Mousebole Anvils,
Coley's warranted Anvils,
Hand and 81edge Hammers,
Farriers, Hammers, Knives and Pincers.
Best Charcoal Tin Plate 1 0,
a it it ' I X
" Leaded Roofing Plate 1 0,
Bar Tin, Speltre, kc..
Iron Brass and Copper Wire,
Bolt Copper, Soldering Irons, kc,
Tinned and Braziers Sbeet Copper,
Boiled and Charcoal Sheet Iren.
Buss. Imitation, Rnss. and Galrernlxed Iron,
Bar Lead. Rlrets. Copper Tacks, kc.
We would also call the attention of Railroad and Levee
Contractors to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, A roe's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines, Mattocks, Picks, kc
naving a thorough knowledge of our business In all Its
branches, we are determined to give It our entire atten
tlon, and shall attend personally to all tho orders, an to
the transaction of our business In every particular, and
by so doing flatter ourselves that we can give satisfac
tion. HAWKS, SMTTn k CO,,
febl 304 and 306 Maln-st,
FOR SALE BY
Rob't. M. M als
15 feycaiuorc-st., Cincinnati, O
H. G. McCOMAS,
Commission & Forwarding Merchant,
NO. 15 STCAMORE STREET, CINCINATI, OHIO,
marl 9-1 y
JS. W. KUCKER,
Surveyor and Draughtsman
OFFERS his services to the public and will give
prompt attention to any business connected with his
vocation, ue may be found at his office on tbe west
side of Main street, south of Union, (Canovan's Build.
ujk.j no. 3jd, uaiess aoseni cn proiessionai business.
J. E Chadwick, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. PTovlne, Robertson Tepp,
B B. WaddeD, Philip U. Thompson,
John S. Clay brook. feb6-m
TOB A.CC O
"TTTE have In store and are conrtantly receiving the
1 1 most celebrated Dranas or TOBACCO from Virginia,
Kentucky and Missouri, which we sell at manufacturers'
prices, w e weuid can attention to the following Standi
Trotter's Rough and Ready Twist,
Pace's " " "
Walker & Co.'s "
Holland's Extra Pancake;
Mohican, pounds ; Whit Tunstall, pounds ;
Pocahontas " Emma Adams "
Bigg H.John's "
Parkins " Satherlln's "
Persian Smoking Tobacco.
SEABROOK k CARSON,
feb21-Cm Madlon stret, two doors from Main,
icje: ice: ice:
TTAVING competed our MAMMOTH ICE nonSE on
ii Seal street, near the comer of Shelby, we are now
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 teasonr of
the year at lowest rates.
The community may depend upon our supplying them
wphJce at the above rate. It is our Intention to keen
price, who in means or me poor as well as ricn.
ST?-All orders left at the Whaif-Boat. at tbe Mam.
moth Ice House, or at Barnett k Walker's, (190 Main
street,) win oo promptly siiea.
mir2l-6m DUVAL. ALGEO k CO,
FREESE & FLOWERS'
MW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
ITo. 838 Main Street,
Bet. Union and Gayoso,
IS now open for the reception of Students. Everything
that is taught in any Institution of a similar kind in
the United States can be learned here. The course rra.
braces Single snd Double Entry BvOk-Keeplng, Penman
ship, Uommercisi Law, commercial Forms and Calcula
tions, Banking, Wholesale and Retail, Commission,
Steamboat, Manufacturing. &e
Students are not taught In classes ; they are Instructed
Individually and s'parately ; so there will be no detention
on account of classes. It takes but s few weeks to com
plete the course.
1 he hours of Instruction, will be irom 9 to 12 A . M. , and
from z to a P. M. Also, Evening Lessons from 7 to 9
T E Jt If 8t
For full course, time unlimited J5 00
For partial course 25 00
ForFenmansuip, time unlimited lb 00
For " twenty lessons................ 6 00
For further particulars, address
FREESE k FLOWERS,
BRADY & DAT1ES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Maia Street. L,9HxsyiIIe. H.j,
MANUFACTURER'S AienU for MacMne Rope, Big.
gisg, Jmm, LtM7, fce, JanJi-Jy
A FAIR of "plain Gold Spectacles, plck-
lmwi ll!!i 1txrt. m Mnaov. wMch
-II O OJfIS
LOMES, ORGILL & CO,,
. S. 13 & 14 FRONT ROW,
COENEE OP MONEOE STREET,
MANT'3 PATENT HARVESTERS;
EXCELSIOR RAILROAD HORSE-POWERS, THRESH
ERS AND SEPARATORS ;
PENNSYLVANIA HORSE-POWERS k THRESHERS;
OniO HORSE-POWERS, THRESHERS CLEANERS;
HANSON'S H0RSE.P0WERS, THRESHERS AND
ECLIPSE PORTABLE CORN AND FLOURING MILLS ;
STAR AND " LITTLE GIANT" CORN AND COB
CRUSHERS;. . k - I
READING'S PATENT HORSE-POWER CORN SnEL-
BOSTON FAN MILLS three sUes;
WOOSTER FAN MILLS two sixes ;
GRANT'S PATENT FAN MILLS three steel ;
WILCOX GRAIN CRADLES five fingered;
BRYAN'S GRAIN CRADLES five Angered ;
OHIO GRAIN CRADLES four and five Hazeled;
HORSE AND niltD RAKES;
HAY, 3TRAW AXD MANURE FORKS;
SCYTHE BLADES, SICKLES, GRASS-KNIVES, ETC.,
Together with a general assortment of HARVESTIN
TOOLS, ot the Lest manufacture, adapted to the wants
of the Plsnter. my30 daw
The Greatest Invention of the Age
PERFECT PROTECTION FROM THS ELEMENTS.
PATENT GALVANIC CEMENT
rTIHE subtcriber is now prepared to cover roofs of
JL buildings, with a new and better article than ever
before known. Tne public are aware that our Govern.
ment has had sdentldc men experimenting, and that It
has been the study of Aichltects and Builders for years,
to discover an article, f.r looflng parpoes, that would
stand tne sua Jen cnangesor tne weather, nc pe impervi'
ods to Are ad water, and remain a permanent fixture,
A yet, nothing has been attained without costing more
than the people wish. The contraction, expansion and rust'
lng of metal ruol s, are so great in changeable climates, that
tmybecjme useless, unless oeing repsireu at great ex.
pense yearly. Shingles are not fire proal, and cannot be
used ou fist roofs, and the various Compositions and Ce
ment tbatbave been brouiht Into use tr rocfig, do not
stand the action cf the weather, tot they run when it
warm, aad crack when frosty, and at er one or two years
become crun bly, and worthless; whereas, the iaven'or
of the Galvanic Cement, has labortd twenty years to com
bine articles to obviate those difficulties, and can testify
from bis long experience, and numerous testimonials
from reluble persons, who have had nia comDinatlan ap
plied to their buildings, that his Cement Is the cheapest
a d best article ever before known Tbe combination of
this Cement Is such that it is calculated fur entire new
roof s, flat or steep ; covering over old shingles without
removing them; lining tave troughs, seeming aroend
battlements, chimneys snd (ky lights Covering car
tops, steamer decks, kc. This eemnt, by Us non-can-
ductlon and galvlnlsm, prevents metal roots from rust'
lng and undersolderlng, and resists the extiesus of heat
and cold, better than anything ever Invented, for entire
roots or for covering metal and the out-slde ot wood
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 State
et Tenners:, will sell rights of Terrltor), by Counties or
towns, on reasonable terms. .
The subscriber Is also prepared to covtr roofs of build'
ing. In any part of the State, at short notice.
This root is now being pot on in this city, for tbe bene
fit of all concerned, ana warranted to excel all other
modes of roofing-. The subscriber having reslikd in the
city of Memphis oneyear, and has had his mode of roof'
lng tested as to Its qualities, which hss proved satlsfae
lory, to which a number et the most prominent citlxens
See testimonials of tbe renewing gentlemen who have
used It, w.lh hosts ef others.
For further Information enquire at the office, where
samples may be seen In J L. Morgan's Aichltectural
Rooas, No 3 Walkers Block, Memphis, Tenn.. or ad'
dress, ikx oai, r. u.
w. a. j5s..isrT, Froprletor.
Attach! d Is a note from John L. Morgan, Esq., Archi
tect, oy wuicn may oe a-en tne opinion or air. Samuel
Sloan, the celebrated Architect, and writer upon Arch!
tec tar?, whose experience with this mode of roofllng.
without a cocdi, :s satisfactory to an.
MEMPHIS, arch 13, 1F67.
Mr. W. S. BrasElT: When In Phl'adejpbla. Pa .
few days ago, I called upon Mr. Samuel Slosn. tbe cele.
brated Architect, and author cf the Sloan Work on Arch
lt-cture. I asked his opinion as to the durability kc . of
West's Patent Roof, such as you are using tn tbe city of
Memphis, ana ne torn me mat ne naa no hesitation la say
lng to me that it Is a good and durable roof, and Is all
that Its advocates claim It to be; farther saying that he
Is using It on a fine building for himself.
Respectfully, JOHN L. MORGAN, Architect.
Memfhis. March 2. 1357
W. S. Bejcsett, Ejq., Dear Sir: The facta within
our knowledne ct the durability, Jtc , of West's GalvanI
Cement, are these : Tne nuiiaing you covered l.r us last
Spring, we am happy to stale has answered our eirecta
tions. We can therefore, leeomnwnd It to the public for
all roofing purposes; as a light, cheap, fire and water
proof roof. It doea not get sort and run from the effects
ot the heat of the sun; nor dues It hsrden and crack
from the effects of the cold. Any person wishing to know
more of this article, can call at our manufactory.
N. S. BRUCE k CO.,
Carriage Manufactory, Monroe St., Memphis. Tenn.
Memphis, Trim., Dec. 8. 'SA6.
To Whom it mat Coxcebx: This Is to certify that
w. a. Bennett, covered two roofs for me last Spring, with
a composition caliea west's patent Galvanic Cement
one ot them was a new deck, the other an old shingle
roof, which are giving perfect satisfaction. He also re
paired a dormant window, which leaked badly, and bad
baffled tbe skill ot carpenters to prevent Us leaking,
which he succeeded in making perfectly tight. I do most
cheerfully recommend his mods of roofing to the public,
forall rooting purposes, anu believe it to be a permaaent
fixture agalLii fire and water. V COCKRELL,
Proprietor Commercial Hotel.
Surcs'OT'x Orncx, Memphis k Ohio R. R
Memphis. Tenn., Feb. 19. 1857. (
Mk Bennett. Dear Sir: Our Company having been
troubled very much with leaky cars, put soma ot your
Patent Paint upon them, and so far aa my knowledge ex
tends. I can cheerfully recommend it to any who wish a
dry roof of any sort. jours. c ,
ii i-urriN, atrpenniecarnt.
Memphis, Testx., Jan. It, 1857.
To toe Public: W. S. Bennett made application to
us last summer to cover our buildings with West's Gal
vanlc Cement; It being a new thing thought we would
try It ; had it applied to our Blacksmith Shop and Engine
House attached to tbe Foundry. They have proved all
required of a water proof roof, having withstood some of
tne greatest storms, ana are giving gooa satisfaction,
We can only add, try It and you wm be satisfied.
UUTJ3 a JLHAi-r, iron Founders.
Memphis. Jan. 14. 1857.
Mr. Bennett has done some small amount ot roofing
for me in his peculiar way, with cotton stuff coated with
preparation the basis of which appears to be Ceal Tar.
It Is a very effectual and light roof, and appears to prom
ise considerable durability, from the preservative quali
ties of the composltioc which penetrates the cloth and
protests It from the influence ot the air and waler. The
Composition does not liquify and run from tbe effects of
the heat of the sun In summer nor does It harden and
crick from the Influence In the cold of winter.
m8-dlr A. P. MERRILL.
Corner of Main and Adams street,
THIS House Is situated in the centre ot business, afid
Is now finished and in complete order. The Proprietor
pledges himself It shall not be surpassed by any House In
the sontr west.
Being gratefnl for the very liberal patronage bestowal
os hist for tbe last two years, ha hopes by a street gUes
tloa U ksslBtH to marlt a eestlnBascs of the same.
ec7-if i. i, wom-am, rewm,
llrtt w, er lenrat OTitnw - i -
urns, "the best In the world, "at from
S5ffi. JS La. St"
Strayed or Stolen,
FROM my premises on Madison strest, about
the 10th or 16th of April, a small DARK BAY
MARE PONET, with no white marks about her.
but has a bare place uoder her breast just b-hlnd her
fore legs where the girt Is worn, caused by a snag long
iau sou nowiug maue. A noerai reward will be paid for
her. If delivered at OWEN k OWEN'S. 275 Main street.
or at my house on Madison street.
may 3w MILE3 OWEN.
BANAWAY from the subscriber, on the night of
ilia injuni, my noy ruiL. living near Byta
Marshal county. Miss. Said bor is about twen-
eight years ot ace. medium sire, of adarkvfl.
low or copper color, and Inclined to be r pun the low order.
I wm give me aoove reward for his eonBnement in ..all
se that I gtthlm, and If taken in Arkansas and delivered
to me. SM. JOS. W. nAWKlNS.
myzs-dlwawtf Bjhalla, M iss.
R ANA WAY from Ihe subscriber on the 10th ta-
sunt, my negro Biicktmltb, named BILL, ot black
oalor. about Qve feet ten laches high, and weighs
'about 193 pounds, his one front teoth out. and has
the South Carolina brogue In talking. A hberal reward
will be paid for hla delivery to mr.or 'or his being pat In
Jail where I can get him. W. F1TZEGKRALD,
myxa-daw2w senstolla Post Office. Mis.
RANATVAY S20O REWARD.
BANAWAY from tbe subscriber, while at work
on tbe Germantown Plank Road, in the month ot
July last, two negro men, vlx:
, MORGAN, about 35 years old. black ums'exlon.
win weigh about ISO pounds, 6 feet 7 laches hlh. Is left
hand, d, and hat a small scar on the left side of his face,
rather quick spoken, stocp shouldered, and probably mark
ed with the whip
ISAAC, aboat 23 years oM, black complexion, about S
feet S Inches hlzh. will weigh 150 ponnds.
A reward ot S108 win he paid for either. It taken out
ot the State, and $50 for either. If taken within the
SU e. H. C. STARK.
Fl'bervlHe, May 15th. 1857. myl7-daw2m
SHU RANAWAY from the subscriU r, at Bowie's aw.
9r Point, Tunica county. Miss., three negro men,
TOM, Nark, aged about 23years, about flve-2
feet eleven Inches high, thick under Hp, and lather slow
of speech, weighs about 175 pounds.
GEORGE, black, aged about 21 years, about six feet
high, wej made, fine countenance, atid weighs about I GO
WILSON, black, aged about 22 years, about S feet 9 H
or 10 Inches high, weighs about 150 pounds, has a slight
defect In his walk as If his feet were sore.
If taken out ef the Stale, and lotted In Jail at Mem
phis, I will pay the above reward. If within the State,
and secured so I get thra, fitly dollars
E. VT. DALW,
maris dawlf Bowie's Point, Tunica c.uuty. Miss.
Garrett's Scotcli Snuff.
1 Cf Oz Garr 'It's Snuff, in bottles;
UU 25 gross " packs;
6 bNs " Madders;
And all other brands ef Scotch Snen For sale by
my23-diw2w WARD k JONES, 2 Main st.
1 A A A OUNCES pare Sclph. Qolatae.
Fer sale by
Paints and Oils.
r BBLS. Pure LlneedOll;
ZO ?Q 000 1)S. pure White Lead;
10,000 lbs. pure Zinc White ;
lObbls. Spirits Turpentine
And Paints of all colors, dry and in oil; Varnishes, kc.
For sale by WARD & JONES,
my23-da2w 229 Maln-st.
To Sportsmen and Hunters!
II WOLFF has removed from Washington street to
Lt. No. 169 Main, between WaablBctoa and Adams.
where, by having a larger place far works's, Gunsmith
lug In all Its branchei can now be turned out with greater
dispatch and in better style.
Remember. No. 19 Main street, Memphkr. at the sign
of the BIG RUN- myt-aawts
IjIMJLM' if CO.'S.
TTATING reclv d the Agency for Memphis, we can
XL supply the trade with the varktus styles, in while
and celoreu, of the
Celebrated Holmes' Patrnt Seamless
Whalebone Hooped Skirt,
Acknowledged by all ladles of jadgw nt and good taste to
be THE HOOPED SKIRT, possessing all the rrqnlsltesof
fashion, beauty and comfott combined; besides being re
commended by the Medical Faculty of reptile lu the cities
ot Philadelphia, New Yotk snd Bat-ton, where this skirt
takes the precedence over all others.
FOR SALS Steel, Brass, Whalebone and Rattan
Hoops. kuax uo.,
CTC. MA YD WELL'S "
HAS REMOVED TO
Adams Street, bet. Main and 2d,
WHERE can be found all description ot Grave Work,
which will be furnished as cheap as it can be got
in any market West. Also, Building Work dene at short
It Is to the Interest ot an persons wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead ot purchas
ing from Agents, as the Manulactors have to add the
twenty per cent, that is piM Agents to ins won soia oy
them, southerners, look to your ipierest-drS-dawm
C C MATDWUI.T
CORNER OF CHICKASAW AND JACKSON-STS
T EALER in Ale. Porter. Cider and Wines of all kinds
I J manufactured by the most celebrated estalllsbneat
In the United States. For sale, Wholesale er Retail.
From my long experience m tbe business (twelve years cl
which has been In the city of Memphis) I flatrrmyaelr
with the guaranty I have had from my om customer,
thst my exertions have been appreciated by them.
July27-dawtf JACOB BEOnTLO.
ractoris, 'tAlx.o STotico.
THE undersigned having leased the spacious Cotton
Warehouse, earner of Monro- and Third streets,
lately occuubdbv Messrs. Chai tnin it 6o.. are prepared
to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and Merchandise
generally, upon favorable terms,
f eb3-m W. R. GDNNIS k CO.
PARIS HOUSE COXFECTIOXERY.
Wholesale and Wctail
No. 87 Iront How.
iff THANKFUL to his friends and the public
rfor tbe very liberal putnnage extended to
him for the last eight years, M. LOUIS MON
TRDONICO begs leave to Inform the eitlxeas
ot Memphis and vicinity that he will constantly keep on
hand a targe assortment ot the best Imported Wises
Claret, Port, Madeira, White, &c. ; alo, Scotch Ate aad
M. L. Montedosico always keeps on hand a great.
variety of Fancy Candles and Tots, an assortment of stick
Candy, Prunes In Jars and boxen, KaHtns, Grapes, every
kind of Fruits ana Miu, FKkies, masters, 3i mines.
Olives. French and English Mustard. Sugar In loaf and
boxes, Caracao, Maraschino, Old Wines, GiBger, Pre
serves, savannah, New Tork ana uoaun preserves, cat
sup. Pepper Sauce. Chocolate. Cordials. Syrups. Maeca
ront. Vermicelli, the best Havana Cigars, and a great
many other articles, too numerous to mention, now offered
for sale very low, either by wholesale or retail.
Having, at much expense, secured the services of two
ot the most experienced workmea it i lu this city, be
flatters hlmwtf that he cannot be surpase t In arranging
and decorating tables for Parties Wedding, kc , with
honor to himself and satlsracuon to his customers.
Jflenwliis Founder y
Adams Street, Mempliis, Tenn.,
TS now prepared to do all kinds ot Machine Work; also.
A Steamboat Work of every drtcrlp ton Sle.m lnajne.,
SawMdls ot everv description. Co: tun aud Wol Ma
chinery, Gin Gearing Planing Machine. Also Bran
Foundery, Casting and Finishing. Steam nssge lck and
Casting of every description, heavy WreuM Irw Fers
lng. Wrought Iron Gratings fer Jails, Bk Vaults. Col
lar and Side-Walk Grates, Iron Fencing or every dVrrrrtw
tlon made to order. A1m, House Fronts, Witow Caps
and Sills, of various patterns. In a word, I am pfvpam
to do eveTy description of work la my line.
I have now In sbop the latest aod rat ljrvrd pat
terns of Steam Engines. ISAAC PHKI4IN
C. K H0LST & SON,
Maln-st., Old Stand, First Door below .llor.rce,
(The otdett penaanent stand fa the Lily,)
TTAVE constantly oh band an slits of Patent M--talI
JL Burial Cases, which they line and put up air iiiht
In the best manner Also, all kinds of Wood an i'Mt
Covered Coffins, which they sell at a fair price.
Orders from the eourtry promptly attended to. fur
niture made and repaired, ant Upholstering done.
SOME FORTY OR FIFTY ACCU
MATED COTTOIV 2VEGROES
FROM the State of Georgia, consisting of
men, women, boys and girts. Among them
are some very lit ery famines in a rew
days we Intend to concentrate our purchases
from Kentucky and Virginia to, this paint, and live the
buyers ot this country an opportunity of Investing their
money In good Negroes. Give us a call before making
mart-3m BOLTUN. DICKIX3 CO.
I HAVE Jut received some ot those ele
gant FRENCH BOURDOIR PIANOS,
from the celebrated Plana Factory ot
"Ekakd, " at Pjrii and London, and of
fer them for sale. I keep those splendid little ORGANS.
called Seraphlne, with from ten to thirteen stops, and all
the latest unprov nv nts. These are known to be the best
Instruments for Churches, Lodges and School Rooms. AD
Instruments sold by me a.e warranted fur five years.
rf Tuning and Repairing of Pianos, Violins, Organs.
Melodeons, etc, etc, done in a w itkmasllke manner at
IT I do not pretend to give lessons on asy number and
variety of Instruments.
HKNRT G. nOLLRNBZRG,
tanS-tr 11 Main street.
TO nSJri. t-l FU HtTjIOI
The Madison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Factory.
THE uuderstlgned has takes the stand recently occu
pied by Moore k Halstesd. over the PlanlnrMlU ot
Whipple, MeCullaga k Co., and Is prepared to fill all or
ders for Sash, Doors, BUndr, Frames, Casings, Mould
ings, Msnti'S, ac.
Particular attention paid to dressing and rtbDlnz Lum
ber, for the Carpenters and Reilden,
1 1it .a; rcwsrctcd?' - U. II "VA532..
to t K BBLS. and K bbts MoUssea;
LEO ?i A JS. B ' S
South American Fever & Ague
Is a Cbeap, Safe and Permanent Cure,
AXD IS J LSO A l'RETEXTITE
OF THE VARIOUS FORM30F
Bilious and Intermittent Pevers.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. J& ' '
THIS preparation contains no -lnraic or Zirr&rrf
and will not, uke th masr comp unda now reosra-
roended fer Bilious or other Fevers, love the system In
a condition more to be dreaded than the disease; bull t
great raerit Is la Its Curative, Preventive and Restore .
tlve properties, aad Is adapted to all ages and cesdl
tlons of the sjstesi.
fi early all the articles which ester loto It eemeesl
tlon are t,t themselves, sing y, rem. dial ageats far ths
cere of Bilieas and lateimlttent Fevers.
As a prevent!, this Medicine sboald he cso-t ry ten
valesceots, Travelers, Emigrants, and ethers, darisjE the
Summer and Fall roonths, when malaitoaa dsseaMaaj.
A Treatise by G. A LEONARD, New Torz, e ih j
disease, with TesttmonUis and Certincator of rt-ref per- j
fected, can be obtained grattutoasiy, at all ths piscta
where the medicine is sold.
. , CoartJo,to3.
The fooewlug statement ot the Rev. X. M. Pease, Sa
periBtendeatet the Five Paints House of IsUustry, aa
given befciw. Is aac that speaks volumes as te the vataa- - .
Die prepertl'taf iau remedy f
Mr. G A. LrosAns 5tr; 1 take a rleas'
mitt teg to yea the following facts, la reiati
perfected by the ace ot yoar S. A Fever and A,
edy, bbob esc of the inmate of tae Hoase of
John Toengs, who has been sufTrlBC from the c
fever darlag the past five raanths, vat la Navem.
attackxi, and the paroxysms were aa severe as
ever knew; almost lasunt relief was ex per te nerd
gvlag the first eee; en tbe expected day rstasn. .
was administered, and It aad the kapy eStct of tttl'i- .
ruptlng the paroxvsms. Sum then every vestige of lh
d seate has ltt Mm, and he has recovered Lis farmer
wanted appearance and health. Truly yours, ke., ,
New York, Jan. as, ISM. L. M. PRASE.
G. A. Leonard, Esq Dear Sir: Havisg suffered
from severe attack or Fever aad Agae, I had pearly de
spaired of flBdiag any r.Uet, other than a tespcrary en.
But while laboring aader a severe attack, it was suggest
ed to try year remedy, aed, on' lie other rem ediea I had
used, it has prevsd a prompt and penaaeeat cure, aal
bare never before gae s long without hansg a ret bib of
theomplalBt, aad can recosmead the 3 A. Fever aad
Ague Remedy as a valuable one for the cfl rtsal car. of
the disease. R0BT F. PHILP1T,
New Torz, Dee 1, 1S&5. C.r. Wall sad Watr-sU.
Ihe foilowiBg OrtMeate of Fred's: L. Hertle au
Henry Meier, are aatoag those peculiar cases In whv h a
permanent cure can be eftVcted. netwltbsUnd ng their
continued exposBre ta prtdisposlsg t aetes. At the time
tbe cures were perfected, they were engaged In the Clrfra -leal
Werks ot Messrs Chas. Pfizer Jt Ca, of this city
After having beef trusMed with Fever and AgB ST ,
nearly a whole month, and swallowed lota of Quintoe, An
acquaintance et mitie recommended se ta try a hottest
what Is caed tbe South AaKrisae Fever and Ague Rm
dy, and sure enough it worked ilk. a charm. I U-Sit'
oaly one day. and that was the last I &w or the tevevi
It is with great pteasare that I state this tact for the
beaefit of aH whem It may concern, and wish everybody
tae same success la mastering this diMr-sstng dftease,
which is likely enoagb, It they wHt fellow my example.
FRBD'C L. HERTLE,
August, 1665. 41 Whippte-st., Brooklyn.
I have bad the Fever aad Agae for several weeks,
which kept ate at bate, aaable to wrk. 1 tried a num
ber of preset tptloBs. without gadlag aay relief, cn'il my
factory boas srstBM a bottle ot the Trath ImtrlTsnF
ver snd Ague Rmdy. which I have ased, aad after sob
diy fsund myself entirely cared. I have bad no att
slace that ttta, bow fourteen months, aad feel gt,
confidence In this vaiaabte aMdseiae, to which I owe J i
recovery. HENRT MEIER.
Sept. SH, 1S55. 95 McKibben-st., WtBtanuburgh. V
TheceftlScates of Mr. J. G Underbill, DrBgglstjf"
Jamaica. N. T., aad thse received thrcogir M 1 , a fit be
read wlta raach interest, not oaly from the very respect
able character of the parties, bat that tbe nwdicine ma
used under very uaraveraMe etreasastaaees, aad oaly
when other rvBtdiM had been ased without careers.
Mr. C. A. Leonard, N T Dear 9tr: Inclosed ycu
will find some certtaeates ot the good effects of yoar teed
Idne tn this rbee. It gives s.ttsfactlea te every eo
that has used It, aad the sal will BMrease K5 it betvatec
known. I take th respofulallity h warrant K. Mr.
Stephen II. ndersea. of this place, sen. a bottle to his
wife's sister with like good results as when ased by
himself and wife. Mr H. H aa old man, a very respec
table citlsea of this place, and Is well known.
1'iBly yours, kc . JAS. S, tfNDERHILL.
Jamaica, N. T., Sept. SS, 1S55,
Mr. A. F. SUr ing, of this city, has eaasested t the
publication of the following fads, over bis stgeature,
c racers tag a cure perfected by tae use cf tar remedy,
whRh faels are combetated by the Rev. L. M. Pease,
who was acquainted with i'l the circsBHtaaees.
Mr G A. Leo.vabd VearSir : Sune tea da; s slaoe,
Ibeirdof a poor but deserving German, la Melt err
street, who was safferiag from a severe alia, k of chil..
and Sever, contracted in the lew groaade, aearXrwart.
N.J. I cav&hias ooe bottle f yoar Soeth Amert..n
Fever aad Agae ReeMily, aad it aaarda me pies sure to
say that the disease has beru brokea ap by its use, and a
permanent cure effected. Traly yours.
New Tons, Nov. S. 1CM. A. F. STERLING.
I am acquainted with the facts set forth, in the above
certificate, aad tin witness te the tratn at the state
ments therein centateed. L.M. PEASK,
Sap't Five Polats Hoase et ladactry.
We, thuadersigaed. have ased tae S. A Remedy for
Fever and Agae aad Iatermltttng Fevers, aad It
has made a perfect care ef oarselvta aad familtc, ad
with much pleasare irccmmend It to the pcbHc as a saa
and cees p atedietee. f
ELBERT CONKXIN. WM. JOHNSON, i
CHARLES J. GALR, WM. BENNETT.
Jamaica, N. Y., Sept. 27, lSsS.
Ma. J G. U.nderiiill, Draoatst, kt Dear Sir. r5
have used ta Sooth A met Icaa Remedy, to hMhlr recom- V
BMaded by joa, both tot myself aad wife, aad we have t
been car d. I believa l Is the best neeselnn far thx.
chills and fever eat I should set have wed It If t..u
did net wanaat a care, bat bw I am SAtlsfled It is all
yon recommended it ta be. Tears. respeafaBy,
Jamaica, N. T., Sept- ST. 865.
Jamaica. N. T., May 13, 18M. .
Mr G. A. LEOXABD Dear Srr My mther,an aged
lady, was afflicted with the chips aod fever very bad Ut
summer, and havta heaiil jaar asedMa hHtbly rrcea-men-ted,
be was Hncacwl te try It ; altoi taking, one and
a half bottles, she-was perfectly cured, aad I cheerfully
recfcmmena it as a safe aaa sare cara.
RespectlaHy, joars. G. X. CODWIJR I
Mere cerlMcates might be added to sweH the ltt,but
a dellcaey eo the part ef assay to have their same appear
lu print, prevent a pabUraUoa c f them The a ove,
however, are infflelest evideacn t establish the fact
that this remedy is without an equal fer the permaaeat
cure et the F' er and Ague. ,
A supply f the above MedkiBe on haad aad for sale by
apl6-gsa Wholesale Ageata for Memphis.
GREAT PRIZE SA11SAPARI1JLA,
AWARDED UST CCTOBBR, J
At the beet and otify genuine eonpownd of thi oo
now presented to tU puUic.
LOUISVILLE ANKUiL EXHIEHION.
TniS wonderfal preparatloa, so lastly apsreclrted by
the Americaa people, has acw became the standard
remedy ot the age. The afflicted bear testtasonf ; its
atarvetoas propettie, aad the unhappy, paiB-wur- and
exbausted saffsrers rejoice there is help, when ail law
failed. Out of the hundreds ot casos scattered ivcr
Jltvel-wlppl. Alabama, Wlsooaslx, Mlcseari, Indh-o- a-t
Eestucky, It has never in a siagle lastaace bsea kxwa
to fail, and will core, beyaod all iloabt: r"
Dyspepsia r '
IndHresHoB, Scref- .
cJaor KIb's lira. Af
fectloatef the Banes, SysihlSs,
DebUlty, Habitaal Cesitveavw, Rrysipe
ttst Palmeaary Diseases, Liver CVavptaiat.
PHe, Ta&t Irregularities, Fistula, Skis Bierai
Diseased Eidaeys, and aa a great aad pow
erful Taaic, parifylag the Bleed,
aad tnvigaratisg tho
TX t j m.itli In. llMB.fi ni .n..t . t , ... u. I -
nevertheless within the reach of poor as weH a rich, and
looked vpen by the commanlty as the greatest bteiBg
evereanrerred aa mankind.
Dr. T. A. UURLET'S Manufactory, corner of F vinth
and Greene streets LoulsvUle, y., where all -.Tders
mast be addressed.
For sale by H. F. FARNS ORTH & CO., and CH AN
DLBR k CO., Memphis, Teaaesaee, and Drngs!st
throughout the United States aad Canada.
Price 81 per bottle, or six for $5. serai-cawly
Fnril'y your BJood!
THE CONCENTRATED FLUID FT TRACT OF TEL.
LOW DOC- Is the sovereiga remedy tar alt Mrca
rial Affections, Scrofula, Swelling of the Joints, Rheu
matism, ic. As a Liver Medicine, It has no equal. Ha
alterative effect on the system, la ailtlttlea to lu being a
purel; Vegetable Preparatlea, adapts it to almost any
Chronic Affection where aa alterative medicine m.
quired. For Eruptions on the Skjn, Old Ulcers, Dyspep
sia, and nervous Headache, it has nu successful o,i5
petltor amasg the nostrums ot the day. Jicfnu,
Medicine it will be found intaluablt.
Xj- rorsaieonry oy uua.nul.kii a. cv., j
sep-dawly Druggists and Apothecaries-.
Odd Fellows' Hall Kock. Merrpun.
THE HAZARD POWDER C03IPAT,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
CONTINUE to offer their well known brands ef XLXC
TRIC INDIAN B1FLE aad ENTTCET R1FLR
POWDER In kegs and caoUters. Also, Gun Powde- fr
Blasting and Mining, comprising a fall assortment of
qualities and kinds required by the trade, guarantied
to give entire satisfaction.
The standard of their Powder, which has now enjoyed th
highest refutation lor more than twenty-five years,, i
be found unsurpassed by any other manufacture of the
kind tn the world.
For sale In this dty by GATES k WOOD. Agents and
at the cfBce of tbe Company, No..89 Wall, 'corner Water
street New Tork. A. G. HAZARD, President.
A E. Douglass. Sec'y maiSgm
OTT TTNIOH" STREET.
THE subscriber respectfully Informs his old friends and
all tbe public, that ho has opened a new Restau
rant on Union ttreet, where he is prepared to furnish
the best viands that can be found In tbe market, served
In the best Parisian styles, Oysters, Game, Steaks. Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds In fact, everything suited
to the finest and most delicate epicurean, taste.
Give me a call I have six different rooms for the c
ccmmodatlon of Private Parties. I win not be outdone
in any orancn connected wiia my business
febSO-tf GUS. DEMPERWOLF.
Bagging, Rale Rope and Twin
rl u-taTAMLT in nana ana far sale by
W WWW TT T
OC133 Mosroa street.
twirttoHeVeiga rafTST.t! to nrrrasn Srr wmrniu
For particulars, humber tf roorn, 4i , apply to A.
MOORE1. Fsi..KacoB,ortotBeat my resideHC. three
e, r1 ft