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FOR SALE.
,vii nearly ooDoelte Mr. B alty'a. Let lrootlog-75.
I MM ttti, and running back 172 feet. Good sew
ILL Ho cse, with lour rooms, tool cistern cd gar-
dea.
ltaa. Lot m South MernpMs, os Holing street, front-Hf
S3 feet 4 inches, and Tanning bitl 150 J est
Alee, 4S0 aere tiBlraprevtd Land in Tippah count?.
Mill.
Far terms apply at my eee, an Court street.
J. W. SANGSTKR.
If B A bargain wiH te given in exchange for Kt
groes. " iang8-1m
FOR SALE OR REST.
I OFFER for sale or rent, tie RESIDENCE
' lately occupied by Dr. Bagby, situated on Uie
6l"I Raleigh Plankllead, oae-balf mile East of the
Lettr limits. Tbe Residence centalna t n room..
wttHMoOta, VHcfaen, aer-rant' rooms, cistern, well,
MMkAatii. carriage house, stables, good garden, tin
fract, shade and evergreens, &c., all in perfect order.
Totter sion given 1st February. Apply to G. B Locke,
bt W. G. HARDING.
deotS-U
FINE RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
I OFFER for sale, on easy terms, ice one rest
' denee known as the Hester p'ace. on the Kent
iu umI Germantown PI ink Road, two and ne
gate mil., .mm th. ettT. Ten ta twentv-five
rma! lul win be koM with the residence. Apply to I
B A. "WHITE or to Col C. D. McLKAN. declO-tf
' . 7-r: , ..
1'iiullUUOU iiiiu iss;stu;3 mi otiv I
THE tribsenkr. living in Fay-ate.
ette county, Tennessee, about four ifir I
miles soutn of mciory nytne, CV I
jtaa nve uoniiwtsi 01 -uscuu, m-
sell to 'he highest bidder, on the
25th. of February Next,
tt hundred acres o.' excellent LAND, being the tract on
which I new reside; 360 acres cleared and in fine state of
ceativatien.
rraae Dwelling, Glo Uoaie, Press, and aU the necessar
oat haates. a st excellent
1 wen or water, go orcnarr I
of peaches, apples, plums and various other fruits.
' pULC&CBt pyres, inutiio iru ivui vinci un. 1
iiZ BHeen KKGKOE , of aU sexes and ages Ven,
tmcc aH the Corn. Fodder and Oats, Horses, itn'ej. Cat
tle an tiogs, carts, n aons. uxen, ana au sua trni
speeies of property on the Flantsuon, lnetuaing abeut la,
eee mania sf Sset Quality BACON".
Tiiui One-'hird purchase tooBer for Land dae next
2o.h Becaeer, the balance in one and two years from
intl use, IB rqaai losiaKaenis. jitiim m oura
tMrtr will be sold on a credit to 2Stb December, for ail
Tnc an the rtirr. or my son. L. F. Danree.
issSS-dawtds H. DUPREE.
p- BaftHirer copy and tend bttl to B. ReM t. Bra
"FARM FOR SALE.
A DESIRABLE Ceeatry Home in Shelby Go.,
1I6 miles from Memphis, and IK miles from Ger-
araantown Depot on i he Memphis and Charleston
.RaHroad. and Flankroad. and bween Sbftbr I
Male High School and Forest Hill Institute. Thsreare
IM acres of Lan4 in the tract, of which 79 acres are
eleored, and 25 acres of good timber. It has on it com-
fortable dweBlags. an orchard of Apetes, Peaches and
sad Bererfaumg J;'?- A,
iicncu uta nicu, ijora w m. .
ataneecanFetany Intomatlcn they may JQUire, by
wrMiBgtotlWBnderrtsued at Germaatawa, Tenn., or to
O. B. Loeke, Memphis.
aept-dawtf
P. HERN DON.
FOR SALE.
THE sabscribcr offer for sale the tract of land
neti which he now resides, in Haywood eMBty,
aTcBBes see, throssh which tbe Mempblt and Ohio
.RaBrsad passes. SK tract contains aboat frar
tsmtand acres. The iraproTcBwiits coosl.t of a See
. frame gwemng, with ten rooms, negro qaarters. gtn
-v' an.il.im anrirfat mill pnnfi nrrliarii..
a the neoeesary Improvements for a large farm, or I
can be oanveaieBtty ainH-A iLto several small ones, i or
"health and fertility of soil this place is unsurpassed by
-nyjutbeeoantry. jnor f urt&er partiouiars apply to ue 1
.ZLru tfc. rmiM
cUclOlawir THOS. SHAPARD. I
A B.I. S' I
t sett or rent. elchten mih-a from Memphis, cue-I
hatf a mile from tbe Mem pen ana ucanesion I
RaHroad, and adjoining Cot. NevB Afloeneigh-
lsteuTHirit soeietT and schools. Any one I
bactMd both as reeards sodety and schools. Any one
wlshtng to boy such a place, or rent it, would do well to
- see r address the uadarstgned at O'ive Branch. DeSoto
tcavsty, UUt. W. L. COOI'WOOD.
- deeS-wgm
A Barcain to be had in Lands.
I WILL sea the tract of Land on which I live, in Tip
pah connty. Miss., six miles west of Ripli-y, on
Tippah river, (or creek,) containing Eight Hundred Acres,
five hnsdrec of the very b-st creek bottom and tfce bal- I
saw soeond bottom and upland. There are about one hun- I
dred acres lea rod. aod in a Cue auto of cmuvaiton. 1
Vk taproresaeats are good and new, con-isting of a I
Tl isjln liini i mi in in in 1 in j inn rnnrrn xneamve 1
tract of HM, 2 Have so besitaacy in saying is one or ine 1
. . , r 1 1 1 . 1.1. .AtK I
best-IB. North Mississtppl fo- rarrtog Cotton, Corn or
Stock, as the range is flBehoth winter and Summer.
Farartieulars about the place, I refer to DavMon, Ellis
k. Blair, Memphis; John W. Thompson, Ripley, Miss.; w.
C. PSgats, Hotly ssnnfs, or to raysetr en me premises.
octlS-wtf J.J. rtmviz.
Valuable Xiand for Sale.
I OFF8K for sate a valaaUe tract of Land, situ
ated la Psvette and Havweod counties, containing I
aboat 1S00 acres, beiac tbe tract of Land on watch 1
B. B. DeOraffenreid resided at tbe time of bis I
The Land wilt be divided to suit purchasers. It
Is stMattd near the Memphis and Ohio Railroad, and is
rogsrdea as eoaal to any tract of the sue in ravctle.
rtestasers are invited to come and examine it. Terms of
sate wM be Hbtral. Ai ply tome at my residence te Fay
ette, or to Calvin Jeaes, or W. A. WtUiimon. at Semer
Ttne. 11, e. UEUKAjmaAKtiii), lixecuior.
janlE-&3
FOR RENT.
I DESIRE to rent out fur the ensuing year a I
small farm of eighty acres, lying two miles irom
Court So.aare. This place has about sixty acres
.cleared, and tbe balance in timber, a cemror ta
ble residOBee with Ik rtoms, kitchen, n gris houses, and
alt aoeessary oat h. ases, a good ctstrra and first rate or
chard, of every variety of fruits. For farther particu
lars ajwtvto
ectj-tf H. VOLLINTINE.
A RARE CHANCE.
T OFFER fer sale, on favorable terras and at a low ?rlce
L W PLANTATION of 600 acres of tbe best quality of
'Mississippi bolt m land, all greatly above overflew, 10
attes west of Memphis, on the plank road ; 100 acres of
cleared Land and a new double-frame Hons: with suit
able oSces. Apply at tbe place to
PETER LEONARD, cr to
ep7-tf DANIEL HUGHES, Mrmphls
Valuable Farm for Sale.
m
THE jrfaee formely occapi by Dr. 1 II. Free- p, t ttng, and bavinga knowledge of the ma
,u, aBdmorereeently bym. P. Orae, coo- ltM .ejm grf rooasg. weHave no h.lUUu in
man
1 Mill ,i.B. ,lui.f TW ... aitn,i1 ala&sil ainn,(tA
. west of the Hernando Court House, and a mile
and a quarter from the Depot of the Mississippi avid Ten-
cessee Railroad.
lhts is a highly deeirafele location well improved,
wrth good houses, cabins, stable, cribs, cotton gin, gin
toose, and every otar convenience necessary.
The place will be sold low for cash, or short pavrseBts,
en application to R. E Okxe, Memphis, or W. P. ORSE,
at Lake uormorani. jsiss.
If not c3Hpo ed of before, it will be offered at pnbllc
TZZ ZV tI",5tSV-
do, ea MONDAT, 2th December next.
O Heraando press copy.
LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
J. A. MANNING,
LEAVENWORTH CITY, Ii. T.
rpHC subscriber begs leave to offer his services to the I
1 namrcas uhu jigem, aurfcrur, iisiaiauu, ua
Deattr is Land Warrants
He will attend promptly to buying and sell ine Real
Xstate, coUectiBg debts, paying taxes, buying selling and
locating Land Warrants, and to all business pertaining
to a General Land Ageoct
BErEREXCEJ. Col. E C. McCarty, Cot. J. J. Clark
ton and J. D. Henderson, leavenwjrth City; J. C.
Dougherty and K B. Hawiey, Memphis, Tenn.; j. II
Connelly, Hernaado, Miss. novl9-w3m
FOR SALE.
I OFFER for sale tbe tract of land on which 1 1
now reoide, for fifteen dollars per acre, three
huadrrd cleared, ose hundred and forty-seven
timbtred. lymg eight miles above GalUzber and
two miles of Smby Depot, ool dweuing hoase, gin
Loom, and an other necessary oat hoasea. I will take
ntteen dollars per acre. Also. 620 acres adjoining tbe
tan tract. lae acres cleared, tbe balance well timbered, i
within two aUes sf the said Dvpot. Pertcsa wihing to I
jiBa-Ehase, wfH do well to call coon and bay a bargain
S. T. WE8TBR00K.
Eifher of tbe above farms can be had payable when
Mr. Buchanan is elected, with fifty per cent added.
.gaopic--tf S T.TT.
4"$23 Hj3W-c.jaD:
Stop the Runaway !
BANAWAT from tbe subscritcr, living six miles
sertbwestsf Hemardj, Hist., aNegroMan. named
ALBERT. Said Albert is between IS and SB years
sM, 6 feet 5 or 6 inches high, dark oomatected and
Quick f poken. He wore otT three pairs of pants, three
coats, and carried with btm two b'ankets. He was raised
la Uattrax, Virginia, from which place he was brought by
.S:
lor re I & Jones, from wnom 1 1
I wiH give the abav reward for
Snement so tbatl can get hint.
an20-dajrlm F C. GARTTtELL.
REWARD!
PA. I WILL give $0 for tbe detiv.-rjr of my two Boys
vjr at my bouse, or in any jail, so tnai 1 can gel utera
r7L They left my premises, (near G?rmaaton ) on lbs
- 'J8h of January. One of them. JOUN, is aboat 23
years old, a low, stout. Made boy, with a scar oa bis up
Ft ilp, weighing aboat 163 pounds. SIMON is about the
same age, black and slim built, about 6 feet 8 or 9 inobes
high, ana wetgM abou' IbO pounds, one of bis u; per front
teeth gone, when they left, they both wore tbe usual
Jeans and Eersey plants tion suit.
Any la'ormation concerning them will be thankfully
received by A R CARTWRIGIiT, or
feb5-d3t:w4t GOOPLKTT. NABBRS It CO.
RANA.WAY
fit, FROM the anbscriber, on tbe night of the 25th
Jejr InstaBt, stx Jveoro Jiff n, fear of a dark copper color.
' tV and two of a biaek color, the latter beiug spare
bai.aade. The four copper colored negr.es are rather
low and ttoatl- boilt. Their names are JOK, a black
-smith. BILL, HENRT, CATO, MAJOR and SAM. 1 will
give a Hberal reward for their apprehension, or my in.
formation respecting them will be tbaBkf ally rrrelvtd.
N. T. BRAZLEMANN,
' Jac2a-dawlm Cotton Plant. Mm.
I HAVE juit received some of those elf-
itt PRrsrn Rnrrcnnm puvns
from tbe celebrated Piano Factory of
tu Vt inn "at Prl mtv. TnoAn ituI of. I
fer them for sale. 1 keep those splendid IHtle ORGANS,
caHed Seraphine, with Iromten to thirteen stops, and all ypnis instltutlsn. having been organlied under a charter
the latest lmprov mtnU. These are known to be the best I J triBtfj bJ the General Assembly of the SUte of Ten
InstmmenU for Churches, Lodges and School Rooms. All n,,, t, now ready for business. Tbe Directors for the
53" Tuning and Repairing of Pianos, Violins, Organs,
Xehxleost, etc., etc., none ma wjrxmaniiae manner ai 1
Tnnteralfi nrtceS. I
X3T I do not pretena w give lessons on airy unmoor ana
variety ct Instruments
HENRT G, nOLTJENBEBG,
144 Main street.
Jan3-if
200
CASES Turner Brothers' Celebrated Ginger
Wine :
60 cases Blackbery Brandy;
25 " Pure Juice Port Wins;
60 " assorted Cordlali.
H. H. POTTER,
ec27 Mate-st., 31 door north of Worth-jo. Hsnse.
20.0
BOXES Frtfh Cheese ) foTi&leCr
IPlvrT H. C.CLARKE,
SfclVEY & CLARKE,
.WBOUUW AJTD RETAIL DEALER IS
GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS
Fine ClotMng-,
FUKKISHIIVG GOODS,
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags,
243 MAIN STREET,
Union Block, Opposite "Court Square.
Otjr terms are cash, which enables ni to sell at the
lowest prices. "We respectfully solicit a call from all
tn want of Clothing. may25-dawly
SI3I0X & SEESSEL,
MANUFACTURERS OF MENS'
AKB m
BOYS' CLOTHING,
AND WHOLESALE SEALERS 19
Staples and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES AND FlaAXTKKJs' OUUW.
ACE f acUltle this year being of inch a nature we are
J enabled to oCtr our Fall ana winter siocx, wmcn u
mnuuiiT tarm. to the trade and citizens gene, ally at
the very lowest rates. Country Merchants and Hirer
Traders in partialis r are earnestly requested to call and
examine our stock before purccasmgeisewn.rwa
SIMON &. SEESSEL.63 Front Row,
Corner Jefferson-st., under Commercial Hotel.
acElO-dawtf
TXYVULAXL b?OOIaTTl',
JflercSiant Tailor,
1G7 3VT f TTr ST.,
Under the Worsnaw House.
mnE subscriber begs leave to announce to l, u,,
JL wi mo tae auin i . , t .ni.n
ed from New Tori with a fell assortment of most iplen-
via mvui " . . ...
did Goods, which he is prepared to make up for cash on
NEVT FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING.
TTrr r,r.n- in rrctlnt of our entire FALL and WIN-
VV TEE STOCE OF CLOTHING, manufactured by our.
ii iirrr .n! in olnt f
own order expres-ly for this MARKEJ, and In joint of
Caslx Buyers.
TheRaclandOTercoat; 'French Castlmere business
Catalonian
tslts. nlalnor fancy ;
French Doub! Milled Cassi.
Talma:
Cloak Coats, in Tarlous ma-i mfre rac, piaju or
o,rV, V m. P,nts. solid
trialSi 'iirauiiiiuic.nvw.i
"" .. ' lu.i.t TvmMa Mill CuiI.
Coats: mere Pants;
tJmbSUn Sacks and Cata-Steel and Oxford Mixed Cas-
LXDJ, a,c" I slmere Pants;
"""-...v ,., ret juik Velrtt
" ver lTrr, Overcoats ; Vests ; . .
I nnerHne Black. Bine and Diamona uui sua tsi
P8?.' DrwsCo aU; Tests:
I srtne BitK Blue and'.Fancy Telret Vests, new
Brown Frock uoau; sijir, in
Scotch Cassimere, business
Taneiy.
suits,
BOTS CLOTHING, in all the prevailing styles ;
Orer 600 solt-i of NEGRO CLOTHING ;
BLUE SATINETT SUITS, for Traders ;
STRONG KKRSET SUITS, for Field Hands;
OVERCOATS for Nttroes;
In erery grade, 3 hide, fixe, variety and price ; also Fm-
I nti&tng uoout , &Mia oote ucnuzr ituuii, ui, vi
I pet Bags, Umbrellas, &c , &c All we ask is a fair ex
ammaiioaoi oox.iou. uu piwi.
hPITET h. CLAEEE,
Dealers in Clothing at wholesale and Retail, No. Ill
Main street, Union Block, opposite Court Square, aiexr.
1111. T!l ot-uaw.iH
liKISVi ULU'S l.Tll'JtU tiU
rl rrt m S "AT 1 1 T
J I I I I ( I I -f I l
V J- J. -- ' J. a. 1
tttI! are agents for the sale of lbs above OIN, idq
V V wonld be pleased to scp,y planters, we cave sam
ples on hand, and can order any alio that may b desired.
Taitimonials from a number of good planters as to ti
superior quality of these Gins, can be furnished. Proper
guaranties given, ana terms easy.
febCT-wly bTttATTUft, cuiii t . vaj,
Chancerv Sale.
-rjT virtue of an interlocutory decree of the Chancery
Ji Court at Ripley, at its Drcember Term, 1S5S, I wlH
a.11 ,t the Court Hoofce door, in tbe losrn o: Jitaiey, on
the FIRST MONDAT in March next, Ooe Hundred Acres
0( Laj d in the 7th Civil District of Lanaeiaaie couniy,
belonging to the Estate of Cooper n. J ones. Terms casn
. ... ,t .TniriDncnlT 1 a. u
anl3-wt!s
HENRTH KirHARnsnN.fi fc M
TIN AND SLATE ROOFINK
STJFERCEDEO SV THE USE Or
WEST'S PATENT GALVANIC CEMENT,
THIS Cement, by its non-conduction and galvanism,
nrevents metal roofs from rusting and unsoldering ;
aad resists the extremes of beat aid cold better than
anvthiuz ever Invented lor entlr
roofs, or for covering
over oW s&ingies er atiai roojs 01 any una. ine weigni
heretofore attached to cement roofs is avoided by tbe use
or this material, it being laucb lighter than tin or shin
gles. It is adapted to all kinds of bouses, flat or sucp
roofs. Its appearance is like slate, beautiful alike fer
the rich palace or tbe bumble collage.
The undersigned, navmg securea ine rignt tome
State of Tenmasee, Is now prepared to cover old or new
roofs if any description, or to repair old roots mat leak
aroabd chimneys, sky-ltabls. oaiuemtnis, ice., at abort'
est notice; and will also sell rights to terrritor.es, Ly
counties or towns, on reasonable terms. The attention
of architect!, builders, and tbe pubtie generally. Is invi
ted to this Kootlrig. as semetning Dcuer man anyming
befereknown, for cheapness and durability, it being nre
and water-proof.
w. 3. bknnktt. Proprietor,
Office in J. L. Morgan's Arcbl ectural Rooms, No. 10
Walker's block. Memphis, Tennessee, where samples may
be sn : or address Box 057 post emce,
Of tbe many testimonials 1 cave, 1 will cere suDmit
but one
To whom it may Concern
This Is to certify that I have had West's Patent Gal
viaic Cement put upon a roof at my store, which hereto-
fo leaked badly; nut since me application or mis mo
ment it has been perfectly water-proof. 1 can rccom
mend it to the public for all roofing purposes, and believe
It to be a permanent fixture against nre ana wan r.
JAMfia BUI 11, .NO. 173 JaSin-SI,
Memphis, July 13, 1856
Hiring examined sampUs of West's Patent Galvanic
aaviBg that we deem said roofing one of tbe best that has
come under our observation, and would cheerfully ro-
comm.' nd it to tbe public. It being Ore and water-proof.
Signed, Jobn L. Morgan, Architect ; Wm. Crane, Arch!
tct and Civil Engineer: K. virgesui, uarpenier; J
S. Bruce b. Co., Carriage Builders, Monroe street ; D
Cockreil, proprleUr Commercial Hotel; S.A.Benson
Malic House, sos Mam street,
Memphis, July 18, 1S&S,
Norton, Bradley 4; Co., tinners ; S. V. -.athewa ; E. B,
.. Barnard Siocuml S.E table ; S. R M.thcws
Rhas. A. Wheaton ; E. n. Brewster; C. H. utenbentt
Syraeuse. X. T ; Amos Pratt, Master steamboat Globe
BnSalo. N. T.;. C Case, sup'i cars ana nutiumg M
C. R. R-. Detroit. Michigan; Wm Wells; Henry Cbls-
bolm;E. Lelsnd, tinner, Cleveland. Ohio, D. L Joco-
bus & Bro.; Gage. Brother & urate, Trrinont Ilocie
Sup't Public Buildings, Chicago, Illinois. AU of tbe
above name! gentlemen, with hosts of otbers, have used
this Cement, and can testify as to its utility and dura
bUlty.
augSO-dSm
NEW ORLEANS
Direct Importation
or
FRENCH, GERMAN, BRITISH AND HIISH
mSf'ST GOODS.
IT) tc E. REILLT k. CO., to long known at the corner
I X. of Royal and Canal streets, bee to say Ihey bavore-
moved to their la'ge new store no. 116 Csnal street. D-
tween Royal and Bourbon streets known as Tcuro UsUd-
lings, sign of the Golden Flax, where their ample room
I and resident buyer in Europe, will enable them t ;cep
(tbe year round) a complete stock in every deparimint.
Also a full line of PLANTATION GOODS of the best
(Southern manufacture.
Combined with tbe above, tney wui keep at 'ri old
stand, corner Royal and Canal streets, under t he nitre of
Bmbroide.ry and Lace Store,
A complete stock of
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
RIBBAND3,
EMBROIDERIES.
LACE3
And LadiesTand Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOtSDS.
to suit the Counry Merchant as well as the ixn.-n.ner.
This latter is a class of h -use heretoferj unknewn in this
market. P. - E. REILLT & CO..
126 Canal street, between Royal and Bourbon streets,
acpl9-m Tauro BniMiBgs. sign of tbe aoKcrt rls v.
ES IABLISHMENT.
rjinE under-Uned ars cow opening at their NEW
a. DHUU STORE,
NO. 37 FRONT ROW,
a general and well selected assortment of
Fresh Druzs and Medicines.
Chemicals Paints. Oils, DictuSs. Patent MnUcines.
Glassware and Perfumery, warranted to be fresh and
; nr-lne, direct frt,m issw Tore, wt Ich are otTerra on ac
commodating terms. Call and Judge for yourselves, or
eca in your oraers, wnicn win ne promptly atteo.i4 to.
particularly those from a distance, and the goods sent
lerwaru wimom atiay The patronage of our friends
.and the public Is respectfully solicited to our newes-
Dil5iunnl, as we feel assured we can render satisfac
tion to all who may favor us with their custom.
Prescriptions put up carefully at aD hours.
n2 RLAOlC h PERClNH.
WATT C. II RADFORD.
1 O 1QZ Crucibles, Nos. 18 to 40;
1 X 16 Circular Saws. 43 to 60 Inches ;
300 bbls. Newark Cement ;
200 " Platter Purls ;
A good stock of Gum Bolting;
Files of a superior quality, all site;
French Ban Mill Stones, all sixes ;
A large lot superior Belting Cloth:
For ale low at the Union F.undry, Poplar street.
novSS
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
ANEW
SAYINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE.
'
JMO. .QxaaiSOn iaireOC.
fraNEU WHITE, AUG'ST M. F0UTE, Prtt't.
c.J. SELDEN, E M. AVERT. Cdthler.
V.t,.,h,M,, . nmn .Twf filMran m.a. Am.
m txaas c, not lea. 1 j- week, subject only
10 tbeir control. Interest allowed on all deposits for
more than four months, at six per cent, per annum. Ex
change on New Tors and New Orleans. Collections made
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Trnn , Dee 7th, IS06. ly
Pure Ohio Catawba Brandy.
THE undersigned has this day received thirty cases cf
A Lyon's prime Ohio Catawba Brandy, and has
been appointed sole agents for tbe sale of this celebrated
pare Native Brandy, which Is strongly recommended by
physicians for persons requiring Alchobollc stimulants.
as it is the only pure article of Brandy to be procured in
the United States.
declO-ts CHANDLER fe CO., Areata, ,
lirfteries.
SWaAJN & GO.'S LOTTERIES
Capital Prize 'SSffjOOO.
rnrrE following Schere will be drawn by S. SWAN
: X CO.. Managers of tha FORT GAINES ACADEMT
LOTTERT. of G.-orgla. and the- SOUTHERN M1L1TART
ACADEMT LOTTERT, of Alabama, in each of their
Lotteries lor yeoruary, ibo7.
OIiASS O.
To bo drawn in the Citv of MOBILE, Alabama, in
public, on SAT JBDAT, Fcbiuary 7th, 1857.
oiiASS 2 -a,
To b drawn In the City of Atlanta, Georgia, In public,
on THURSDAY, February 18th, IS57.
C3Tjj3JSJS 25,
To be dawn in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on
SATJRDAT. February 23th, 1857, on the plan of
Single lumbers :
3.2GO 3Px-:Lz:o3 : :
More than Ono Prize to Evory Ten
7iclj.ots
TUIRTV THOUSAND TICKETS !
M A G N I F I C EST S C II E M E .
1 Prlie of
50.00) 1 250,000
20,U 1 30.000
.. 10 UJO is lu.uuu
.. 9,000 Is (KM
.. SO 0 1 8 000
".. -7,000 1 7 000
.. 6 000 Is 6.U00
.. 6,000 is 6 000
.. 4O0OU 4 000
.. 3,000 is 3 000
.. 2O00U 3 000
.. 1.000 is 1,000
100
100
100 are 10,003
CO are 6,000
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
4 Prizes of J50 Aprox'tlng to $53 000 Prlxs are$KO0
i 200 " 20C0J "800
4 100 " 10 000 "400
4 " SO " 9,000 " 320
4 G5 " 8 000 " 260
4 60 " 7,0 " 240
4 65 " 6.0C0 " 220
4 60 " 6.000 " 200
4 u 45 " 4.000 " ISO
4 40 " 3 000 " 160
4 Si) " 2 0J0 " 120
4 25 " 1,000 " 1W)
3,000 20 are 6000
3,260 prlics amounting to $201,000
Whole Tickets, 810 ; Halves, 85 00
Quarters, 62 50.
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 in one
"wheel.
The first 212 Prim, similarly printed and enclrclsd, are
plactd in anoth T wheel.
Tbe wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn
from the wheel of cumbers, and at tbe same time a Prise
i drawn frjm tbe other wheel. The Number and Prize
d-awn out are opened and exhibited to the audience and
rerliUredby the Commissioners tbe Pi lie being placed
against tbe Number drawn. This operation Is repeated
until all the Prises ar drawn out.
Approximation Prizes. The two preceding and tbe
two succeeding Numbers to those drawing tbe first l:
Prizes will be entitled t, the 43 Approximation Pi lacs, ac
cording to the scheme.
J3 The 3,000 Prizes of $20 will be determined by the
last ngure of me numrter uai uraws me su,uw rrize.
Forexsmnle. if tbe Numbers drawing 350.000 Prize ends
with No. 1, thn 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 number ends In
will be entitled to 20. and so on to 0.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the following
rates, which is theriik:
Certificate of Packago of 10 Whole Tickets $30 00
" 10 Half " 40 00
10 Quarter " 20 00
In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the money
to our addres- for tht Tickets ordered.on receiptor which
they will be forwarded by first mall. Purchasers can
have Tickets endiag in any figure they mty d slgnate.
The list of drawn cumbers and prizes will be tot ward
ed to purchasers Immediately after tbe drawing.
Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and
give tbeir Post Office, county ana state.
3" Remember that every Pi lie is drawn and payable
In full without deduction.
S3" All Prizes of $1,000 and under, paid Immediately
after tbe drawing other Prizes at the usual time of
thirty days.
3" AU commnnlcatlsns strictly confidential.
53" Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tlrkets
at either office.
Addres orders for Tickets or Certificates of Packages of
Tickets either to
S. SWAN fc CO., Atlanta, Ga., or
jams 5. swan, Montgomery, Ala.
STJElfWRT'S
COTTON SEED PLANTER
This engraving represents an Improvement in
MACHINES FOR PLANTING COT
TON AND OTHER SEEDS.
Jnrenffvf ly'J. A STEWART, of Kentucky, near
MUCAiuttuie. J unn.
Patented July 1st, 1S56.
Tl fANUFACTURED by STRKET & CO., corner of Sec-
J.Y-L ona ara poplar streets, Memphis
Orders for Planter! rt'tived by STREET CO.; also.
by GOODLETT, NABKR3 X CO., No. 47 Front Bow,
Memphis.
TERMS S20 00. shop cost. Including tbe right to use,
raid on aeuvciy at tne Sbop. ueco-dtr
Premium Cotton Gins.
rpHE attention of Cotton Planters Is respectfully called
A. to me above superior uics, manufactured cys.Car
ver &. Co., East Brldgewatcr, Mass. Under a recent lm
provenient, the Carver Gins are regarded as tbe best now
in general use ; their superiority needs no comments from
us, as thousands are now In successful operation In tht
southern country.
We have cn hand fifty Gins, embracing all tbe different
sizes ana numbers of saws.
Also 10 and 12 feet segment bolts, washers, Ine., com
plete, all of which we offer to our friends upon tbe usual
terms and time. GWTNN & GIBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange Building.
Memphis, Sept. 23, 1854 tf
WHITLEY'S PATENT PORTA
BLE CIRCULAR
SAW MILLS
MASUrACTCBED ST
CLARK & AVERY,
St. Lov.it, Mo.
AGENT AT MEMPHIS. TENN..
G. MeliEAN.
HAVING taken the Agency for the ssle of the above
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, snd alto desirous that
they should be set up and put Into operation, can be ac
commodated. -Wo
do no', wish to praise our own work, all we ask of
persons wi.blng to purchase Mills Is to examine our
work before buying elsewhere, as we mini mey win give
ns the crefcrenca after such examination. We are sat
isfied our Mills wRl saw more lumber, and in better style
in the ssme number of hours than any other Saw Mill
now made
Persons wishing to purchase Mills will please address
me at Memphis, Tcnn. G. McLEAN.
G. McLiB AN,
BOILER -MAKER.
Black Smith and Sheet Iron Worfcer,
Comer of Front Row end Winchetter-tl.,
MEMPHIS. TENN.
SECOND-HAND Boilers bought, sold
and exchanged for new ones. Sheet Iron
work done of every description, such as
Chimneys. Brichen. Firs Beds, Escape
Pipes, Condensers. FO'ges.Metalle Life-Boats, and Steam
boat Wort In general. Also, Bank Safes, Flreprocf Shuts,
Gasometers, Cisterns, &c
N. B. Boilers repaired at tbe (borttst notice, and on
ttenoftiwonab.e terms. ' Boylt-diwjT
Will
i I- (toil & Ol0s
y .qr., . .,fj, M
v. ., DISSOLUTION.
ON tbe 1st Jrme1856, the firm heretofore existing be
tween F. Hi CLARE and A C. WURZACH was dis
solved by mutual consent. JF. H. Clark la charged with
the settlement .of the business of the late firm of F H
Clark & Co. F. Ht CLARK.
A. O.TCURZBACn.
NEW FIRM.
The'ubcrlbers hare associated themselves together
under tbe firm of 7. H. CLARE At CO.
P. H. CLARK.
JAS. 3. WILXIN3,
THOS. HILL.
.1 CLItJ).
OUR NEW FIRM.
It affords me pleasure to announce to ay friends and
the public that I have associated with me my former
partner. aiAa. a. hiuias, ana my well-known assis
tant, THOS. HILL, undar tbe familiar" style of F. H
CLARK & CO.
The new firm will start with an efficient force In each
mechanical branch, tbe Watch departmentbelng under the
supervision of Mr. Wllklns.
Sto foil at all times of tbe latest fashions, and prices
aa ioa xa lue aui quality nu aiyio or goods fan 00 pur
tchaseo. in Philadelphia or New Tork.
" ,1 am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to tne
during my fifteen years' residence in Memphis, and my
uui wiu va w men. us coauauance,
F.H.CLARK,
ESTABLISHED 1841.
"UR aim has bet n to keep pace with our growing city.
j ana furnish those who want Goods to our line with
good articles, and at fair prices. Our assortment, for
years, nas oeen aui nine it any pehind our Eastern
cities. It Is more extensive this season than ever. Our
leading Branches are, first
"WATCHES,
Of whl -h we have every variety In general use.
together with a large assortment made to our
.order, which for neatness of style and tlme-keep-'lng,
are surpassed by none. In our assortment
will bo found tbe Eight Day Watch and the Repeating
Chronometer, giving tee time, to a minute In tbe dark.
JEWELRY.
Our assortment in this Important branch Is kept full
by frequent receipts or au tbe new styles, whether of
foreign or oomesuc proaucuon.
We have mads this branch of our business a study tor
yearn, not only posting ourselves with regard to the dif
ferent Qualities and merits of the different styles and ma
kers, bnt 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 own
importation. We can furnish our customers with SHOT
GUNS from $5 to $200; RIFLES from $10 to $100.
Also, the cuichraiea suaiu'e b Kirus.
Vlstols,
DERRINGER and COLT, of all sizes,
sortmenl of the kinds In general use.
Also, a fun as-
SILVER GOODS
Tea and Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Cups Castors,
Spoons, Forks, Ladles, with many choice Fancy Articles
all coin fine.
SI LYE R PLATED GOODS.
Urns. Casters, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg-
nes. Cake and Fruit Baskets. Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Pitch
ers, uobseti, cups, wai:ers, &c., ate.
OUTTjBR.T'.
A full assortment of Pocket and Table, from tbe best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OTJB ItlECHANICAIi BRANCH.
All kinds of Watch Work done in tbe most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
Engraving.
Plain and Oramental; Seals for Lodges, Courts, See.
in any style , Stencel Plates of all sizes.
DAGUERREiiNGALLERY,
Prof Remington, Artist,
Embraces a suit of rooms built expressly for the purpose,
and weare prepared to farnish our customers with first
dsss pictures in all tbe various styies.
In building expressly for our business, we have com
bined every convenience far the different branches, and
greatly re need our expenses, which, with our facilities
and tbecxtenilen of ourbu.taess, enables us to sell goods
and do work on the most reasonable terms Goods cheer
fully shown and fairly repp sented, and we Invite all,
both buyers and the curious, to drop In wi'hout ceremony
and examine our stoc. we keep open bouse for all.
oct!6-dawly F. H. CLARK & CO.
THE SPHEREOTYPE.
rpnE latest and by far tbe most Important improve
I ment In Photography Is tbe recently patented pic
ture known as tbe SP1IERE0TTPE, which Is not only
new and unlike any of Its pn-daccssors, but greatly su
perior to all. The Spherrot pe is proof against time,
Airs and water, and for ri hcess of ton-, warmth of
expression and distlnctncrs bs to equal In fact tbe II
lusion Is such that tti picture, or image, seems suspetd
ed In air, entirely Independent of tbe back ground
For this picture we have tbe exclusive right for Mem
phis Specimens can be seen in our Gallery, where pic
tures are also (aim m me virions sryie- oy our Artist,
JfJiUi'. AlJ!.JaJLiMUTOJN,
who combIn s the Chemist vith the ArtlL which ena
bles him at all times to produce superior Pidurrs.
F. II. CLARK & CO ,
dec2-tf No. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
dcitfrrfionarirs
PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
Wholesale iviid "Retail
CANDY MANUFACTORY,
No. 67 Front How,
cftr THANKFUL to his friends and the public
'wr auc fci) iiv-erai patronage exirnaeu 10
him for tbe last eight years.M. L0P1S MON-
TEDONICO begs leave to -nfoim the citizens
of Memphis and vicinity that be will constantly t-t-o on
hand a large asiortment of the best Impot ted Wines
Claret, rort, Madeira, Wbltc, &e. ; also, Scotch Ale and
Lonao- forter.
M. L. Mcntedonico always keeps cn hand a great
variety or rancy canuies ann Toys, sn assortm' nt of stick
Candy, Prunes In Jars and boxes. Raisins, Grafes, every
kind of Fruits and Nuts, Pickles, Lobsters, Sardines.
Olives, French and English Mustard, Sugar In loaf and
boxes, Caracao, Marasthlao, Old Wines. Ginger, Pre
serves, navannan, jxew lors ann ioston reserves. Cat
ssp. Pepper Sauce, Chocolate, Cordials. Syrups. Macca-
ronl. Vermicelli, tbe best Havana Cigars, and a great
many o'her articles, too numerous to mention, now offered
for sale very low, either by wholesale or retail
navlng, at much expense, secured the services of two
of tbe most experienced workmen ever In ths city, be
flatters himse.f that he cancol be surpa'sel In arranging
ana decorating tables for Parties Weddingf, fee , wltb
conor 10 nimseii ana sauiiaciion 10 cis customers
dec21-tf
L. eocco,
Manufacturer and 'Wholesale Dealer in
JPlain mul Fancy
CANDIES, CAKES, &C.
AO. aau Main-gt, Odd Fellows'
Hall, Memphis, Tenn.,
T7EEPS constantly on hand j large assortment of Green
IV and Dry Fruits. Fruits in tbeir own Juice. Jellies.
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, rimes, ioratais, syrups, nne wines. Brandies, all
kinds of Nuts, fee.
In cuncectlen with this establishment I have fitted up
m superior siyie an
Ice Cream Saloon.
expressly for tbe Ladies. Also, e Gnt c acs . ja,oon,
where Ice Cream is served from A. M. till 12 P. M.
ap27
B. riTELOS.
WM TABBIS.
ENTERPRISE WORKS,
l'UELOA & FAKiila, Proprietors,
NEAR TI1E DEPOT OF TflE
Mississippi & Tennessee Railroad
Jl TANUPACTURERS of Warons, Plows, Drays, Carls.
ATA woeeioarrows aua Agricultural implements gener
ally. Also, Sash. Doors, Blinds. Mouldings. Brackets
Casings and Base kept constantly on hand for sale, and
made to order at short notice.
All kinds of Wood Turning and Sawing done on the
most reasonable terms. We are alt-o doing a general
Building Business, and solicit a call from thoe Intending
to build, as we think we can do tbeir work cheaper and
give better satisfaction tban any one else In tbe city. We
use the best and most approved machinery In the manu
facture of our work, and being both practical mechanics,
we can and will do our work better and sell It cheaper
tban any other establishment In the city. To all we sav
come and try us. We also do Wronght-Iron Work of
every description make Wrought Shutters for Houses
&.C All our work Is fully guarantied.
Julyl7-d3m:wly
TENNESSEE
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of Nashville, Tenn.
CAPITAL, :::::: 8150,000.
JOSEPH VAULX Pres't A. W. BUTLER, Sec'y.
DIRECTORS:
John M Hill, Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
James Coney, R. n. Gardner, F. A. Owen,
. M.. Fogg, Joseph Taulx, James Ellis,
N. E. AUoway, W. S. Eakln.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freights under
open or special policies. -Inland Transportation Risks et.
Merchandise, by steamboats, railroads, or land carriages ;
also, hazards on river and laies to or from any part of
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE on buildings, dwelling or other
senses, goods In store, furniture, fcc. In town or country.
fj-xiegroes insured agaiusi me aacgers or the livn.
J. G. LONSDALH, Agent,
Office Jefferson street, Memphis.
Tbe Mutaal Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW TORK.
Accumulated Fund, $3,000,000.
THE rates adopted by this Company are based upon tha
most correct observations. Policy holders get all the gain
of the Company, as It Is purely mutual, having no prefer
red itocx or other capital to taxe the first fruits ol pt ofin
from the Insured.
Any person wishing insurance on his or her life will re
ceive all Information, together with the requisite forms ci
application, by calling en . ' J. G. LONSDALE,
Agra; xenial Life injur anco tympany,
pctll-ly 0acJtl;ra street, Jteaftl,-
anlr (fotttojjo
HAWKS, SMITH & CO.'BULfcETIH.
I
5
. :erx-xaS rvcio, iss7:
MERCHANTS, PLANTER MECHANICS !
LOOK. TO YOUR INTEREST.
HAWKS, SMITH & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Lware,
CUTL EE X,
AND
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Nos. S04 and 306 Main-st.
ALSO AOEKTS rOB
" Hening's "
Patent Salamander
Safes i
HAVING now received the greater porllon of our
Goods for the SI-RING TRADE, by recent arrivals
from Earopo and the Eastern Cities, we are prepared to
offer greater Inducements to the Merchants, Planters and
Mechsnicsof the Southwest than have hitherto been of
fered In this market for proof of which we respectfully
so tclt the Inspection of our stock and prices. In view of
this, we have placed ourselves In a oosltlan toeffertuch
inducements to those who may visit Memphis for the pur-.
poa. ui nuaiag meir purcnaar s, as win atier uicui irvua
aerking another market, so far at least as our business
is concerned. To fully carry out tbis object we have made
permanent arrangt mints wltb the best manufacturers iu
Xngland and in this country, to be regularly supplied
with a full stock of Golds in our line, and will furnish
those who may favor us with their orders, with goods at
as low figures ss-acy house in the conntry,,3outh or Wtit.
Our stock comprises
For the Country Trade.
Boiled and Charcoal Iron Castings,
Boston, Philadelphia and Wheeling Nails,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and natchets,
J.ig. Trace, SUy and Stretch Chains, -'Brlfht
snd half bright eaatstcl Hoes,
Caststeel pollihed riveted-eye Hoes,
jfife Oil root and steam bent Ilames,
nm Heg skin Collars, horse and mule.
Cotton, wool and Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jute Cordage,
Threadand common cotton Rope,
Plow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes Lines, &e.,
Louisville, Cincinnati and New Tork Sifters,
Nova Scotia and Bved Grindstones,
Ames' caststeel Shovels and Spades,
Rowland's and Can's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all patterns.
Locks, Latches, Hinges, Ac,
Well Wheels and Well Buckets.
Together with every at tide suited to the trade of the
country merchant. In the
Agricultural Department
We have made tbe best selections from themeet approved
manufacturers of every article necessary for the planting
community. Including
Cottcn. Cane and Grub Hoes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks, "
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fan Ml is, Corn Mills, Corn Sbellerf,
Corn and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutters,
Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, Ac,
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent and common Churns,
Hsmcs, Collars. Singletrees, Sec.,
Pruning Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements cf all kinds.
Hall tt Spesr'e wrought and cast Plows,
Allen's Cotton Plows and Scrapers.
Together with a full stock of the "celebrated Avery and
Livingston it Co. Plews, which have for several years
past given such universal satisfaction. We are fully pre
pared to keep always on hand a large stock of the;
Plows together with the extra Points and Castings, so as
to im ante to supply ourpianters with tbtm at all times.
In tbe sell ct ion of our stock of Goods In tbe
Mechanical Department
We bsve pild most particular attertlon to the interests
of our mechanics. We have selected such goods as are
best suited to tbis market, and can safely guaranty satis
faction t.atl.
Our stock tn this department is full and complete.
comprising in
Cuilding Materials
Greenwood'scelebraud Einges,
Greenwood's Axle Pullles and Shutter Pastnings,
Pearl White and Mineral Knb Lncka and Latches,
Close and Electro-Plated " " "
Cottage, Rural and Mortise ' "
Fr-ntand stoiedeor " " "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self-shutting door and Gate Hinges and Latches,
Bolts and Hooks, Nails, Brads, Screws. &.C
This depattmen. In our business Is under the rpeeisl
supervision of one of the partners, who has fer msny
years, In this city, given it his careful attention, and be
lieving that tbis branch of our business requires more
than ordinary care, both In the s;ectlon of the goods
and in filling orders, at Is determined to use bis btt en
deavors to keep inch goods as shall plea-eallour me
chanics, and wlli hold every inducement to merit tht ir
patronage
We would ca'lpirtlcular attention to our slock of Tools,
the quality of all which we on fully guaranty, coxprls-
ingiu
Carpcnttr's Tools
Union Factory Placet, Rules, etc.,
Sp-ar tt Jackson's Hand and Pannell Saws,
Butcher's cast steel Chisels and Files,
Earl Smith & Co.'s Files,
Wetherby's Chisels and Draw Knives,
Cam's celebrated "
Spirit Levels, Rules acdGnages,
Augers, Aujer Hilts Screwdrivers, lie,
Itlacksmi.h's Tools.
Peck's Louisville Bellows,
Newcomb's New Tork Bellows,
Sdid Box and Parallel Vices,
Arrnlt age's Moruebole Anvils,
Coi-y's warranted Anvils,
Han4 and Sledge nammers.
Blacksmith Tongues,
Farriers, Hammers, Knives and Pincers.
Tinners' Materials.
Bst Charcoal Tin Plate 1 C,
it a it "11
" Leaded Roofing Plate I C,
Bar Tin, Speltre, fie.,
Iron Brass and Copper Wire,
BoUCorP",', Soldering Irons, Itc ,
Tinned and Braziers Sheet Ct-ppcr,
Billed and Cbarcoil Sheet Iron.
Buss Imitation, Russ. and Galvrmlzed Iron,
Bar Lead, Rivets, Copper Tacks. Jte,
We would alto call the attention of" -Rallrcad and Levee
Contractors to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, Ame's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines, Mattocks. Picks. &c.
naving a thorough knowledge of our business In all II
branches, we are determined to give it our entire atten
tion, and shall attend personally to all tbe orders, and to
the transaction of our business in every particular, and
oy so doing natter ourselves that we can give satisfac
tion. HAWKS, SMITH & CO.,
fibt 304 and 306 Maln-st
A Teacher Wanted.
THE undersigned will give $1C0 and board to a com
petent Bjp'.iit Lady, who can teach the English lan
guage, for a term of ttn months. Only twn children to
betiught. Address, A. F. CLEAVELAND.
Jan23-2taw4t Sledgeville, Mls.
"ST. AGNES FEMALE ACADEMY,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
THE Spring term and FUteenth Session will cam-
n a, n.'n , -v v . n . t. i
For terms tee Circulars.
Dancing at Profwor'e charges. Jan2Idtwaw2m
SHELRY MALE HIGH SCHOOL
NEAR GERMANTOWN, TENN.
THE sixth session of this School will commence on
MONDAT, February 9th. 1857. The ezpen.es per
session, mnuuing lnmon ana uoaru, are 360 to 370.
For farther partlccli rs, address
A. M. RAFTER, Prlndpsl.
J. R. Evans, A. B.. Assistant. jan2S-dawlm
BYIIALIA FEMALE INSTITUTE,
bthaliaTmarshall CO., MISS.
fPHE next Seeslon will begin MONDAT, 2d day of Feb-
1 ruary, tool, ana continue twenty-one weeks.
TERMS.
Primary Department $12 00
rreparaiory ucparimeni..... ....... .... ....... 15 ou
Co'leglate Department 20 00
Ancient Claslcs, (extra )..... 6 00
Modern Languages each, (extra,) 12 00
Music on Piano or Guitar 25 00
Use of Icstrtment 6 00
Incidental Fee , 1 50
raymnton'-baif In advance, a-d the balance when
tbeeess.onls half out. Pupfs are charged only fnm
me time or entrance to the close of the session.
Tbe Course or Study is thorough and eatensire, embra
cing all the branches usually taught in th best Female
colleges.
The Teach'rs are f dthful, experienced and well quall-
neu. jirrangemenis cave oeen made to supply the Insti
tution with a complete set of rhilor-ophical Apparatus.
For additional Information, address the undersigned.
Jan31-lm P. J.ECKLE3, President.
3" Rec'd
p.f BAGS Rio Coffee; 10 tierces Rice;
eJU 25 Ibis Mackerel;
200dizen Garret's Snuff Bottles and Papers;
60 bags B. W. Flour;
200 drums Figs; 25 boxes Ralilna;
15 cases Sardines;
100 bbls. Potatoes;
100 dozen Hostetter's Bitters ;
25 casks London Porter ;
25 boxes Maccaroci and Vermicllla ;
25 boxes Claret ; 25 doz Wblte wine;
100 dozen Bed Cords ; 25 do Brooms ;
25 boxes Garden Seeds.
Also, Oranges, Lemons. Figs. Raisins. Tea. Tobacco.
oogar, auoissacB, etc. a or sale py
J. F. FRANK,
Jan20 No. 35 Front Row,
H.33IKrOVAIj
or the
NEW DRUG STORE.
j WE take pleasure In. Informing tbe citizens of
W Memphis and the public generally that we have re
B moved our stock of Drugs to the corner of Main and
L Union streets, and win take pleasure In accommo
dating an wno may favor us wim a call.
We are also In receipt of a full sunnlv of fresh and r.n.
nine vruKa, t.ucmicaia, j-ainis, uns, rerrnmery, Ac
Particular attention paid to filling of Prescription! at
ail uuui. vi uaj auiu uii,Ba.
dec3l-tf R. JOTNKR i. CO.
Estraved.
Iftta. ON the night of 25th December, a small ches-
nSH " orrm aoLi, rour years old, marked wltb
1 TV "ie toiiar, iu goou oraer, had one shoe on before,
inaif ihad a rope on his neek when be left in, in.
formation left at Cayce's stable, or to myself, two miles
auiiuvj jicuiuuis. wiu 00 manxrnuv reeelretl. and air
trouble librrally rewarded.
jania-aawtf W. DONALDSON.
JLumber I Isinnber I
I HAVE the largrat assortment of Lumber on hand I
have ever offered, consisting In part of Seasoned Cy-
,.iu,opi,r, x, 1, IX ana v inches wido and clear;
Sills 6xSand 8x10: Jolee 2tK 2tR "Tin .n,t Tta: irani.
ling 2x4, 2x5, 2x6, 3x4, 4x4, and4xs; Weatherboardlng,
Sheeting, Shingles and Walnut Lumber on hand ; also a
large lot of dressed Tellow Pine Flooring and rough Pop
lar Flooring, Rrd Cedar Poets of all sizes.
laro on Batture, South aldeof Centre Landldg.
Jnnlft-dtwawly jf. K. COCnRAN.
Scotch and Irisli WltisUv.
TUST received, by n. H. POTTER,
J decl6 Miln-st.. 3d door North Worshem noose.
Extension Dininsr, Tables.
MAUOGANT, Oak and 'Walnut Rxtenslon Tab'ei,
from ten to fourteen feet long, just received and tor.
sale low 07
BOTIV , VCKINNKT AX CO.
'aaSa-SW k.
"EVERY MAN MIS OWN SUGXR
PLANTER."
CHINESE STJGAB CANE. i
THIS Cane will grow on any land suitable for corn. It
yields 600 gsllous of superior syrup to tbe acre,-and
willprodDCt titty thousand pounds cf fodder. It aUo
ripens two crops of seed In one seaeon, and is tha most
valuable crop brought to this country sicca tbe Introduc
tion of cotton.
A small quantity of tbe above valuable teed on con
tlgoment. and In packages each containing sufficient seed
to plant half an acre, at $1 23 per package. For further
particulars see pampcleta. furnished gratis by tbe agents.
LOWNES. ORGILL It Co.,
f'h7 4 Nos. 13 and 14. Front Eow.
SEQ OUX) STTPZPXjTZ".
rplIE grratdemand for our fine imported GUNS ln
gl. duced us tojre-order a superior lot, which are Just tc
hand from the London makers.
DOUBLE DUCK GUNS, fine laminated steel barrels
to 8 bore. 34 to 40 inches long.
FINE GUNS, mide by Smith h. Townsend. Greenor.
White ftThempt in, Hollla . Sheath, 4c, etc
FINE GUNS, in Oak Oat's, with fixtures complete.
FINE GUNS, In Mahogany Cases, with fixtures com
plete. Alio, a fun assortment of beth SINGLE and DOUBLE
GUNS, which we wid sell low to tbe trade.
RIFLES.
Assorted Bores and Lengths,. Aso,Mlcle, Sharp's and
Saloon Rifles.
, ' P I S TO L S .
- COLT'S JIEPEATER3, 4 tj 6 inches, with or without
Cases.
COLTS REPEATERS, extra Una, with Pearl and Ivory
Stock.
iCOLT'S REPEATERS, new pattern.
COLT'S ARMT and NAVT REPEATERS.
SMITH it WESSON'S VOLCANIC REPEATERS.
DEAN. ADAMS it DEAN'S PATENT PImTOL.
FRENCH SALOON or PARLOR PISTOLS, asserted
sizes.
Derringer Pistols, Revolver! of all sizes, Sirgte Barrel,
Vest Pocket, Self-Cocking Pistols.
We have also Just received a full supply of Flasks,
Beits, Pouches, among which are eom entirely sew pat
terns, acd the Patent Safety Pwdr Flaik
LOWNES. ORGILI.&.CO.,
13 and 14 Front Ro-',
feb7 New Tork O filer, 41 Piatt street.
TO MERCHANTS.
TTTE respectfnlly can your attention to our extensive
V V stock of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, French Window
uiass, iaus. uasitogs, petals, ana all ether articles in
our line suited to tbe trade of this section of country
most of which has either been imported byusdireet from
Europe, or selected from tbe best f actorlea in America by
our partner ret ldent In tbe Hist.
Tbe recent addition of another store to our premises,
enabled us to (ttabllih a conv.nint
WHOLESALE SAMPLE ROOM,
entirely disconnected from the retail branch cf our trade,
and we feel assured that Merchants will consult their own
Interest by looking into this room and making their se
lections. None but good and punctual men need apply,
unless accompanied wltb the cash.
LOWNES, ORGILL tc. CO ,
13 and 14 Prunt Raw.
Jan4 New Tor.k Office, 41 Piatt itreet.
CUMBERLAND
TENNESSEE IRON.
WE have Just received from the Cumberland River a
fall assortment and heavy stcck of the
Celebrated "Stacker" Iron!
Including Wagon and Dandy Tire, Plough and Scraper
Slabs, assorted Plough Moulds, Horse-shoe, Nail-rod,
Round, Square, Oval, Ualf-ov.1, Scrap, &c, itc., of every
required dimensions. Also
Warranted Bellows, aolld S x (and other) Vices, Mouse
hole Anvils Sledge and Hind Hammers. Smiths' Tongs,
Stocks and Dies. Flat, Square and Octagon Cast Steel,
Eng'lth and American Blister, German Steel, Borax,
Herse-nalli, Portable Forges. Su: , k. Apply to
LOV.-.NHS, ORGILL It CO.
Jan4 13 and 14 Front Row.
JPlouglis: PlougUs!
JUST RecelvcdT heavy shipments or Ploughs, embracing
various sizes of "Livingston County," amongst which
are several hundred of the celebrated No. II. Also Double
Mould-board, Sob-toil, Hill-side, Harrows. Cultivators,
and an endless variety of and necessary Agricultural acd
Horticultural Implements for particulars of which, ace
our Illustrated Catalogue, turnlehed gretit a- our store.
LOWNKS, ObGILL &. Co.,
Jan4 13 acd 14 Front Row.
RICH'S
JPii'Q - Proof Safes !
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS!!
A Tthe great fire which broke out in Warren and Murray
IX. street!, New Tork, 9th November last, wheie prop
erty to tne amount of
S600.000 ! !
was destroyed, several of these Safe's were tested wltb
results similar to the following :
New Tore, Not. II, 1S56.
He. Editor : In the fire at No. 33 Warren-street,
tbe morning of the 2th Inst., our mast valuable books and
papers were exposed for 36 hours in one of Stearns
Marvin's Fire-Prorf Safes.
We say fire proof, cot because they are so labeled, bat
because we ha ve so proved them. Our books and papers
came out uninjured, save the blndlag of the books, occa
slotted by steam.
Our store was five stories above, ground, and twa sto
ries below, occupied trom cellar to garret. The Intensity
or the heat can be attested by any fireman who wita eased
It.
No f urnaco could be contrived by the ingenuity of man
to create a more Intense heat. We voluntarily give tbis
tribute to tbe value of these Safes, and select your widely
circulated commercial Journal to Inform tbe mercantile
community what estimate to place upoa Stearns It Mar
vin's wilder Patent Salamander Safes.
Respectfully,
HA VI LAND, nARRBL & RISLST,
Wb-eicsale Brugai'ts.
In this connexion the Manufacturers write ns: "We have
made these Safes over 14 yea 1 have soM ever 9 500
Had 215 tested In accidental fires In tbe United Slates and
Canada, and never yet had a customer to lose a doHar by
, fire trom one or them. We think they have earned a high
reputation, as they are readily sold here la preference
other Safe's at 25 to 50 per cent, less price." A full stock
kept constantly on hand by
LOWNF.S, ORGILL it CO.
Agents for Stearns It Marvin.
Jl OTIVM.
TnK undersigned would respectfully Inform tbe pub
lic that he bas taken charge of the Male School near
Forest nill Seminary, where be hopes by ueremrtiBg at
tention to the dm ies of his profession to merit a small
share et the public patronage. To a thorough CoHeglate
education, in one of the tint Colleges of oar land, he
unlUsalarga experience as teacher of youth. Toang
men will he thoroughly fitted for college, or the active
datien of life. Good board can be bad in respectable pri
vate families at eight dollars per month. The place Is vf
convenient access, being on tbe line of the Memphis and
Charleston Railroad. Students will leave tbe cars at
Forest Hill Station, where they wW readily find the
school by inquiring at the Female Seminary.
JAMES VOORHEES, Principal
Reference! Urr. B. Miller, Principal Female Semina
cary at Forest Hilt; II. Owen, B. Cash, V. Bangnss. M
N-rllle, E W. Kinney, W. T. Bettie, 3. Eeid, J. Vangls,
J . isoeos. a. a- Meacnam,Mr. corawen ana 11. Owen.
dec5-3m
C0LLIERTILLE FEMALE COLLEGE
Incorporated in 1856.
rpnK fourth Se.stou will begin the SECOND DAT oj
X PEBKUAlti, and continue twcniy-one weeks.
W. n BENNETT, A. M M. D , President. Ancient
Languages.
Mrs. E. BENNETT Governess. Voeal and Instrumental
Music. .
Miss MATILDA K0EN, E. L. ii., English Literature,
J. B. STAMPS, Steward
Terms, Pcjabte et Ihe.Clote of Each Stuion.
Primary Department.............. ...$I0 00
Academic ' 15 00
Collegiate " 20 68
Music with nse of Instrument 25 00
Incidental Tax 1 00
BoardIncluding all Contingent expenses per month S CO
No extra charge for Ancient Lanfdages.
Students charged trom time of matriculating to dose oi
session, and no deduction except for protracted nine's.
Tbe President acd Lady board In College, where aH pu
pils can De accommodated. jam-was
J3 Enquirer enpy
Oollierville Male Academy.
mHIRD SESSION begins FIFTH sf JANUART, and
JL continues twenty-one weeks.
J.B. STAMPS, Principal. iinjlSh.
J. CLATT0N, A. M., Ancient Languages.
G. R. BRIDGES, Steward.
terms, due at close or sesjiox.
Orthography, Brallntfand Writing $ S CO
English Grammar, G-ograpby ami Arithmetic... 10 00
Pbllusopby, Chemistry. Astronomy, &c. 15 Bo
Mathematics and Ancient Languages.. ........... 20 00
Board, Including all contingent expenses tier month 9 00
Students charged from time of matriculating to close
of session, and no deduction except for protracted illness
jam-warn
Eodnlrer copy.
COtrlnaraB C 'ASInera
-SUB Kj 9jMULjA. 'OajlJlJlTg
R7SSELLVILLE, KT.
TnE next session of this Institution will commence on
FEBRUART 2d.
Pec-Ular advantages are here offered to young men who
desire a thorough coarse of inetrnction. Tbe Faculty
efftr every facility that their icholarsblp. experience and
energy may allow, ureal care win he taken to mace
thorough scholars.
Sp clal attention will re given to the department of
Modern Languages and Civil Engineering. Very superior
Mainemalical Instruments have been purenssoa tor toe
Department of Practical Mathematics, Including Land
Surveying, Civil Engineering, lie
Tbe disriDline of the Institution will be prompt, yet
parental, and no student of Incorrect diportmect wiH be
retained.
The village Is healthy, highly moral, free from ex
travagauce and retired fr m places offering inducements
to vice. Nature stems', indeed, to nave ueMcneu it pre
eminently as a place for Llterar pursuits.
The Rnsstllvllle Female In tltute is an Institution of
high grade, and thus th- brother acd sister may accom-
nanT each other, rut course or miiruciwn is thor
ough, more so tban most Colleges of tbe South and We;
The buildings are commodious, neatly famished and very
finely situated. Tbe Faculty are gentietrrn of thorough
scholarship, of ripe experience, and of great energy of
character.
For further particulars, address tha President, H. T.
BLEWETT, or it. u. CALDWELL,
de:20-w2m secretary or ine noara or Trustees.
SAINT JOSEPH'S COLLEGE,
Near Somerset, Perry County, 0.
rnnE Annual Session of tbis Institution will be re-
I .. . . . . . , , .re . , ......
I sumea on uejini luonaay or ornremocT. ibso,
TERMS.
For Board and Tuition In English branches, wash
ing and mending linen, and use of bed and bed
ding', per annum. ................. ............ .
$120
For Board (as above) with Tuition in Algebra, Ge
ometry, Surveying, Boor-Keeping, Rhetoric, His
tory, and the use of the Globes.................
130
140
For Board (as above) with Tuition in the Classics
and Natural Philosophy
Tor Instructions on Piano, with use of Instru
ment per aauom. ... .... . .......... .
For-Instruction on other Instruments.. .........a.
Stationery, Books, Medicines, when tarnished, at
current rates.
To those who remain at the Institution during va
cation, an extra charge will be made of.. a..
20
4. Aa Ja.&La,l , resiucui,.
SLRefer. to Err. J. V. Daly. Menphl,-for further
5 Pirtlcuiara. ; , , .uljlS-dawSra '
1 -Jfoghs a.4 'giafionitj;;
A MERRY CHRISTMAS.
"t LEAVES It GUIOV ft IX a ntw rnv 4 b ah tV
lryilD,Uo,'dT, lfo and varied assortment of fine-
"oia, iwtr Articles, &e .consiitiEglnpartot as below:
Robert's Travels in the Holy Land; S vols. 4to Turkey
Morocco, Antique style.
The Spectator; 8 vtls., foil calf. English stjle.
Cooper's Novel! ; 23 vols., bait calf, English ityle.
Inraf l'a H,aM.na C v . 7 .
.. avunj i vois., run cair, -Antique,
red edges.
Dr. Syntax' i Tour; Svo!!,, full calf, guilt back. Very
rare.
The Works cf the Rev. Richard Hooker ; fun calf Kig
llsh style.
Burke's Works ; 8 vels., f nB calf, English style.
Lord Chesterfield's Works ; 6 to s., tag calf, English
style.
Perry's Expedition to Japan", Compiled by Francis L.
. Haws, L L.D . finely Uuitrated, In half calf, Turkey
Morocco, full gilt, and other styles.
The same lari quarto, virions style.
Spark's Life and Writings of Washington ; 12 vols., half
calf, English style.
Spark'! Lite and Writings of franklin; 10 vols., halt
calf . English style.
BosweU's Life of Dr. Samuel Johnson. L.L.D ; In ten
vol., full calf, London edition.
The Works of Oliver Gcldimitb, with Life and Notes, in
voia., iuu cair, uvnoon eaiuen..
Haxl-tt's life et Sbakspeare, In 4 vol!., halt calf. Len
don edition.
Miss Austen's Novels ; 5 vols, fun calf, London, Beatley'a
aJUlUOU.
Addisoa's Works. 6 vols . gilt back.
The lagoMiby'a Legends, by Rev. II. H. Barham; 3 vols.,
halt calf, marbled edges, Bentley'a edition.
Ltrab'a Dramatic Poets. 2 vols . fuM calf. London edition.
Sbeltey'a Esiays, 2 vols., full calf, Locdoa, Moxom's edi
tion The Works of Charles Lamb, 4 vols., .full calf, London,
seoxsm'a edit oa.
Tbe Works of Bishop Butler, la tiro toI)., full calf.
Butler's nadibras. 2 vol.., half calf.
Hlcken's Works, 6 vols, halt calf Antique.
Hood's Own, fflu calf, London, Maxem'a edition.
ltonin'aAccteut History, 4 vols., Turkey Merrucco, An
tique. GaHery of Portraits with Memoirs ; 7 vols., full calf, gilt
cages, LiKoa eoilaen.
Lodge's Portraits, 10 vols., half Turkey Mero-co, rare,
leoaocraphlc Encjesepedla, vats., Tarkey Morocco, fell
gat.
Shaw's Drrates acd Decoratlocs of tbe Middle Ages
The Penny Cyclopedia, 30 vols., royal octave, half booed
in Russia leather.
Diamond Editions, bound in Turkey Morocco, Antique
styles of the following Pj;ts : Dante, Tasso, Chan
cer, Spencer, Shaksaeare, Drydon, Cowper, MHten,
Pope, Scott, Burns. Klrke,WhHe,lIemaaa and others.
Fine Octavo Editions in tame style as abuve. et Thomson,
Sheastone, Milton. Cowper. Soatbey, Pope, Barns,
Shaksfxare, B, roa, Scttt, Moore, Hemaas, and nu
merous oiD-rs.
Miss Strickland's Queens of England; I vo., Tarkey Mo
rocco, Antique.
Tbe Repnb'ican Court ; same style.
AsdnnMn's Birds of America;? vols., same style
Andaman's and Bacbmsa's Qoadrapeds et North Alter 1
tea; 3 vols., the lame style.
Lord Mahen's History of Xngland, in 7 vols., fuKcaK,
Louden editisa.
Macaulay's History of England; 4 vols., half calf. Lea
den, Longman'a edition.
Pre scot' i Works ; half calf, Antiqae style.
Coleridge's do do do
Obalmer's Posthumous Work; halt calf. Antique style.
Hannah Moore's Works ; half calf, Antiqae itjlJ.
miss Adgeworth s do do oo
Mrs. Sherwood's .da da do
Bancroft's United States; 6 vols.. half calf. ratH back.
Theer's French Rev'station; 4 vets., ha't calf, i lit back.
Rosa's Geographical Dictionary ; 12 vols., tail calf, Bng
lfh tyle.
Irrlag's Works; 15 vols., half Turkey, Antiqa: style.
-TjVxxioy A rticlcs .
Rich Papier Macbe pun and inlaid Writing Desks , II,
14 and IS inch.
Rich Papier Macae New Style Regent, very handismety
iaUM.
Rich Rapier Mach Envelope Boxes, in ere it variety.
Rich Papier Mache Wort Boxes, iu great variety.
Rleh Papier Medte Jewel Both, do do
Rich Papier Maehe Pert Feetus, do da
Rich Papier Macbelnk Stands, do do
Ladies' Cabas of Turkey Morocco, Russia Leather, Gesea
Velvet, itc
Ladies' Companions, In a variety of styles.
Saprrb Ormolu Jewel Boxes.
Ladies' Traveling Bags, several varieties.
New French styles Ladies' Velvet Bags acdPerte Monies,
very UBlque.
French Wicker Lined Work Baskets, entirely new styles.
New styles Crochet sets, Pearl aad ftornetlim beUfrs.
Sets Rbo-tes tt Sons' Scissors Incases.
French Pocket Scissors, something new.
Paper Knives, flue carved Ivory, tv.il aad Silver, orna
mented A treat variety of other articles too cameras to men
tion. Give as a-eall, a waste net deaet we shall be aWe
to salt tne taste ef the most fulldieai.
CLEAVES S-'GUION,
decl7-daw No 211 Mala street.
Webster's Private Correspondence,
WITH AatoMograpay and Personal RerainiftorBcrs,
eoatalBtni: abo a Blocraphical notice of Exokiel
Webster. Twa vols., 8vo-
A new Life af SasaraerSerd, by William W. Willett ;
Canter bury Tales, by Harriet Lee. in two vslames ;
The Mlr, Ricketicketack, and the Peer Geatb man ;
Three Tales in oae velome by Headtlek Omeoscieace ;
Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow complete is, tw?
volumes.
New Juvoniles.
The Castaways; or, the Adventures of a Family "n too
WOds of Africa, illcstrated;
The Plaj-Dey Book, New Stories far Little Folks, by Faa-
nvPeta;
Chinileieer, A Tbanktgivlng SUry of tbe Peabody Fami
ly, by Cornelias Mathews, with IUastratioiis, by
list ley ,
Our Grandmother's Stories and A oat Kate's Fireside
Memories. Jast received and for sale by
JatrJt-daw CLEAVES It GUION.
DOESTICILS AGAIN.
THE History and Recerdsof the Elephant Club; com
piled from Aaiboatic Docaasents now la the poes
sloa of tbe Tookgical Society by Me, Knight Ross Ock
sid, M D , aad Me, Q. K. PhiUader Doestleks, P. B
This being tbe veritable aad veranoes history of tbe
eoingsaod mk4oing! ef the Elephant Clnb. With the
mlnutoand partlcolar narra ive of what tbey did. To
which is addi d a waipiex and elaborate deecriptioa ef
what tbey dW'nt. Containing, also, tbe exultant record
of tb'lr menirabe iueers In eventually obtaining each
and every one. A tfAt of the entire end unadulterated
Jniraa, flam the primitive hair tn his attenaatcd pro-
betcta 10 the last link of his srrnmetrieal tail.
Tbe II moors ef Fatceabrtdr-: A CoHectloa of Husaor
001 and Every Day Scenes By Johnalhan F. Kettcy.
Lake Ngaail ; or, Exptoraticns aad Dtscoveries daring
Fonr Tears' Wanderings la lh Wilds of Soalhwestern
Africa, with camereaa P.ln!i rattens, rrprentiag Sport
lag Adventures, Sahjects of Natural nistory. Devices for
destroying KIM Animals, Itc.
Beanmarchals and nis Times. Sketches of French
Society in tbe Eighteenth Century, from CnpuotHted
Documents.
LHtle Dorrit. By Charles Drcktcs. Colli and paper
boned. For sale by
Janl-daw CLEAVES It GUION.
S3" Enquirer and EventeffNews copy.
Seffand Popular Korels audTalPsi
JUST received snd fer ssle by CLEAVES It GUION.
Ivors ; A Lore Tale, In tws volumes, by Mlas SeweH.
Violet ; ar, Tbe Crass aad the Crown, by Miss Mclaiesh.
Heney Lyie; or. Life and Existence, by tbe Daughter of
tbe late Captain Marryatt.
The O'Briens aad tbe OTIah'rtys ; A NiMonal Tale.
Paul Pane; or, Parts of a Life etsa untold, by N. Parker
Willis.
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee.
The Quadroon; or, A Lover's Adventures la Leaishsa,
by Capt. Maine Re id.
Marrytrg too Late. byGeorge Wood.
Veva ; or The War ef the Pea-taats, aad Tne Caaserlpt.
The Uoe of Flanders;' or tbe Battle of Golden Spars.
Count Ham of Graenbevr, Wooden Clara and the VI.-
lage Inn-Keeper.
Tbe Corse of tbe Vitlafa, Tbe OsBpitvess ef being Rich,
aad Blind lusa.
Tbe Miser, Ricketicketack, and Tbe P.r Gentleman,
Little Dorrltt. By Charks Dickens
febl-daw CLEAVES It OCOIN.
O -iJV 275. 27S. ' J3
Pre m i u in Gsillc r y 1
II 5 V I NG Just returned from a business tour North
JUL with aU tbo facilities for taking fiae, durable
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, &c.,
I am new ready In person to serve ray friend and the
public generally in my line, on the most reasonable t. nnt.
I have no new tangled patens ana cup-trap poierr
to oOer tbe public. My e.tabitshtaent ha b stands.
faH amhl an the blazonry of its neighbors, nr- its own
merits. aep3-4awtr
CORN AND WHEAT 3HL,I.S.
rr-H03E who are tn want of Portable MM ler horse
u JL steam or water power or uurr aiiushh --r evrr
site, and best anility, are invited to can ai my raetwry.
where they are made which ara Seconal to r,ur in the
United States. My Horse Mills will grttU from six ta len
and Kven.bushela good meal per near; anu l c.a fair
substantlife th assertion. I guaranty satisfaction in
all cases- I refer to a few cf tbe merchants ef the ciiy
who have sold ruiny ef my Mills, and can testify of the
high character they bear.
F. I-aae It Co., Graham It HID.
Jones. Brown It Co.. J. C. G rising S. B-n .
K. M. Apperson It C, Straiten, MeDavitta. Co.,
Sample, Mitchell & Co.
AU orders addressed to me direct, er threo-h mer
chants, thall have nrotup sttentlen. Factory oh r..pU
street, adjoining City Mills, near the river, M- mBbls,
Tenn. WM. BADGER.
dec7-3ra
Refined Sheet and hiired Isinglass,
FOR BLANC MANGE, TABLE JELLIES. e. A
prime article for Confectioners, Hotels, and Family
use. To be obtained, with itrectleiH fur n.ini, or tne
principal Grocers and Druggists ihrca bnnt tbe United
StStCS. rKTKIl VOUfraH,
arrv22-3m
Tnrtc
K. J. B. L. WINN
HAS REMOVED HIS
Saddle and Harness illannfactory
To Na. S3 1 31aln-st, opposite Square. Keeps constant
ly on hand acd for sale
Coach, I Somerset!, I whips ef all kinds.
Break. I Shaftor, I Blind Bridles, ,
Buggy, I Plain, I Riding Bridle,
Carryall, Saanish, I Saddle Bags,
Wagon and I Side and I Medical Bags,
Plow I Wagon I Traveling Bags,
HARNESS. I SADBLES . ! Ac. ic. Itc
Saddlery Hardware, Saddle Trees, Band, Sole, Upper,
Harness, Skirting and Bridle Leathers ; Trace Chains,
Hames, Gin Bands, &e. mar29-dxwly
Italic t, Davis & Co.'s Pianos.
' bia oi tcoie spiecaia seven uctave
Piano Fortes, received per steamer. Pete
Wbetilone, and for sale at Boston prices,
freight-added, by " . x
Jnl7: McKINNET & CO.V
3EZ TT 33L Zj jE2 "ST J3
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARILLA,
AWARDED 21 IT OCTOBER,
A tht tat end only genuine compound of tht boot
nam pracniea 10 me puettc.
LOUISVILLE ANiroZJa 2X31311103.
THIS wonderful preparation, so Justly appreciated by
the American v-Me. has saw become tha standard
remedy f the age. Tbe aSUcted bear teataaun; . i U
marvelevt properties, and tbo nnbapey, pata-wcrn and
exoaaatru usarers rejotce inete M Betp, VM ell lave
tailed. Oat of the hundreds of cases scataer'd xver
Mississippi. Alabama, Wis-ssin, Mtseeari, IndsW. act
saeniuexy, it aaa never in a stacte ins Usee heea KBawn
U fall, and win care, beyond all doubt:
ITSi-;ts or
Iadssestlaa, Scraf
u.'a or Krai's Hvtf, Ar
feetloa. t thai Bocea, SypMsss.
Dbty, Haeitail Ceatlmess, Btyatpe
last luraBOBary Iiaaws, Liver Qamiililat
Piles. Prmale ImttUanties, Plstata, 9Ub Biaees
Diseased ,Kldavry9, and as a great aaal pase
erf oTele, parifytcg taw Meed,
and inTHRxratra; the
eat leu 3f stent.
TbH rsedictiM, though arepared at meat expense. Is
nevertheless with In tne raeb of pear aa watj a itrb.aBd
keeked cpoa by the eommuaity aa the gnatest biaastng
evereanterrede-a nasklDd.
Dr. T. A. BBRITMaaafaalary, oemeraf r 7 alh
and Graene streets. Ebvia, Xy., waera alt -tdirs
mastbeaadmeed.
Far aeby H. F. FARNS 0TH fc CO . sad CHAN
DLER It CO., Memphis, Testneseea, and Dro,t
throagboat the United SUtet aad Cjnsdii
Price $1 per bottlea or six for $. lerSI-ocw.y
Purify your Blood!
THE roNORNTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF TEL
LOW DOCK is tbe so-re trigs riaiedy far aft Mercu
rial Atfecllnos, Scmrala, SweHMvge tbe Joints RbT
mall.ra, Itc Aa a Liver Medtexae, It has aa e-jeea. It s
ait era tire effect oa the system, is addition ta its being a
parely Vegetable PreaaratlM, adapt, it ta alaxst a j
Chronic Arsectlnn ware aa alterative atrdirta . re.
quired. Far Brsptless ea the Skin, OM Ulcers, Dy. Imp
els, and Nerveaa Heariache, It has a saciaaafal com
petitor amoag th aeatrame of the day. At a Ftv.au
Medicine it viU be found invaluable.
J3- For sal only by CKANDLBR St CO..
sept dawly Dmigt.ts and ApiteeasrieT.
Odd Fellows' Hall Btatk, Megphie.
THE GREAT RUSSIAN RK31EDY.
PEO BONO PtTBLICO.
"Every mother should have a box la the hate hacdy
la case of accidents ta the children."
BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE.
IT is a Bveton remedy of thirty yeara! stnraHn; a.-i :t
rvcaarnended oy phvsieuna. It kj atwa aaet -p -ex'v
care for Boras, Plies. Bolls, Corns, Potaa'CMeWairif ail
OM Sores of every kind; far Fever Saras, Blear, li't,
SeaM nead, Nettie Rash, Isansuis. Soce Xippte. rK-oa
mended by aarsas,) Whitlows, StM, Featen, Flea Bit. ,
Spider Stirif a, Fioaen Lmsbs, SaAt Raaaa, Sccrry, i-s
aad Craeked Lias, Son Now. W4rts aad Fiesh 'X'rri.'j,
It is a mart valuable remedy aad care, which can tt
tlfied to by taoBsaads who haew need it in lfc cl t t
Beaten aad Tsrtntty for taelaut thirty years. In no ca. t
win this Salve do aa injury, er interfero with a pu ,.'.
eiaa'a prescriptions. It is made from tb pm-t .) te
riatt, frata a recipe breagbt from Sneeta of ar'r ea
grawlng la that oaaatry aad the proar wtors hare Ktt-1
trosB all classes, clergymen, phyeiciaaa. sea capu.-ia.
A narsea. aad others who have aaed it taveaseetves, inlr-
w la w wans. AAUVUIV'a BUUHIA SA1 I. I
pat la large ttn boxes, staaiBed ea tha caver with a plc
tsre bor?e and a disiMtd rVler, wbicsi pfctare 1 aiso
eagaaved oa the wrapper. Prtc,36cllta a ex. So-dby
WARD It J0NB3, and all draggieU.
SIDDiim Al. CO.
apS2-wIt.-oeHt I'rfTte-ora
A Perfumed Breath.
nAT lady or tteataaaB would resjata nailer U-e Crrse
of adteaagree-aMebreaa whan by asitgsau2AL-(
OF A THOUSAND FLOWBR9" as a dearlflee erjuid
not only reader It sweet, bat leave tha teeth as wiuie a.,
alabaalcr Many petsoas da aat know Uketrb- ath js
bad, and the Sttbfect is so delicate their frtesaas wh rev
mentlaaK. rsrur a single drop of the " 3aeaa " .1, jx,r-toath-brBsh,
aad wash your teeth sight aad aara n; A
fifty see battle wU last a year.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION may be eaflly v
qnlred by using the "Balm of a Thoaaaad Flowers . - 11
wm Tecaove tan, aisaplee and freckles Item the sk tr
leaTbag it af a soft aad reaeate hae. Wat a tawe.. p.i.r
on twa or three drop, aad waakvthe face atflbt aad nc.i.
inff. SKATING MADE BASf . Wet yassr skavtu. . ri'n
Is either waraa or cold water, pomr e two ac thief rou
of "Sala of a Thousand riower.," tab the Bex 4 v. - -1
it wttl stake a beautiful soft UtkeavBstteh bC! - g
thsaaeratioBaf ihavtnat. Priea only Party Seat. Tut
sale by FETRIDGE It CO., proaa-etor, aad an dr: gait's.
S. MA'9r-IKLD It CO.
WARD JOJTS3.
api3-dtwaweHt H. F. FARNSWOS.7H CO
JACOB BECIITOLD,
COBNES OP CfflCKASAW AND JACXSON-STS.
LVIoTnia'.iirta. H'ozxis...
DEALSR la Ale, Partrr, Cidar aad Wines f ai: kI-'i,
maaafactared by tbe moat celebrated eataatls'i -' s
tn the CBited Statm. Fer aale. Whale. ate ar R'; 1
From my long experieaca la the baetanu (twelve yea; .
which aaa been tn the city uf Mempbi.) 1 na t. r aiT-e '
wltb ta gaaraaty I have had froaa aiy aid cuu u -fa
that my exetttosu have been appeeetatrd by tbe an
jBty27-4awtf JACOB iMSCHT'
PRINTING PAPER AGENCY
or THE
liASHVILLE PAPES MILLS,
Ott COURT-IT, BET. FROST BOW ASB MAIS.
Mompliia, Tennessee,
WHERE all kfnds aad steel f PrmttBg Paper can Is
bad at low prior tar cab.
Orders for any aaaaaal site af paper win be dtapatrV-i
to NaskTiBe and filkd prompttr at nill ptiaaa, with t 3
aiLlitloaof transoorticm. W. S. WH rnaSf AX.
ap6-ly Ckas. rATrt, Agent
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS!
IWISn U bay 50,e9 powad-! of rats aad wttl pay ti
hlgbest prtc ia cash tar alltaMcettanaadllsccra ,
aad old rape and baucgiauc that is deUvejad sarae,ai.i
earnestly soHctt tbesavitv; of rags.
W. S. WHITBSfAN.
ae-S-ly Cua Davis. Agent
MERCHANTS, PEDIaARS AND
MARKKTXRS ar s.hcited ta ensTagu la bnyins Ra?s
throngboat the country, and tbo-e who engage a;
will Increase tbeir bine, and I will buy arltbry bring.
W. S. WH ITEM AN.
apS-Iy Chas. Davis. Aren
SIAkBLE HOITOHTS,
TOMBS, HEAD AND FOOT ST0XES, &(.
CONSTANTLT oa haad, Moaament. of all desrr r
tleas, tram $189 to $MW. of latest style and r'--terns.
Tenb aad Head aad Foot Stones, raraished an
low as any other etahuhmeat wbo da tbeir work v. - n
and aatlsfactary. Ta ttM netrdleg anytbing ia tj. -Meearaental
line waald do w-11 to call aad examine b -fere
serMliag.their aiders ta tbe North. The aadrrslgnml
will be round at tha aid stand oa Adaaas street, between
Mala and Front Raw, aapasit the Wonfeaaa Honse
ready te fill any order, aavtag the beat af MasMe an i
Workmen, no pains shall be spared to g-.ve .atWaetion.
, JOHN WHITK
P. S, Mr. M. L. SORT is sow ea a tear throi: -t
NerthMbtlsstpal and the adjaCBt caaatte af Trsnes
5olicitiviidr for Marble work, aad will oratract ' -Maratev
pnew, ta obtect a. Ms tear being cbleRr
to reTBgvTOw tmpreesioa that order aanat be s'nt to t,
NorthTSrfbod work. Tbe pnblw being atised n
it Is tbe best policy toeoccurace boase lndastry, sn t ;
good wok and reaonabh prices will keep beeineee a -borne,
give your orders to Mr. S-ry. or call opposite ii
Wtrsban Hw auiciS-wi f J. W
C. K H0LST & SON,
Cabinet Jflalzers
AXO
UNDERTAKERS
3Ialn-st., Old Stand, First Door below Jlor.rce,
(The oUttt permanent ttand in fee City.
HAVE constantly oa band a-'t sir- f Paleat M it
Barial Cases, which tbey line aad pat aa alr-.tv. '.
1-1 tbe best manner AIo, all kinds of Woe-1 an . X 1
Cuvned Cofnas, which they sett at a fair peso.
Orders from th courtly promptly attended to. f'n, .
attare made and repdlred, aad Uphumerin;
oc-iy
C.EVERAL COLLECTIXC AGEXCY.
FROM aad altar the (lit of Jaaaary, MST, tae under
srataH aoVrs bb e-TTkr. to tb Mercsaat. Mecbsui -wsMtPTtlBaIMeaof
Meaaphta, as a Oatteetor t r
Note aad A-caaats.
All Papers placed in my hand wtl be secured by r -ceipt
and erlrraBt.
Arraaieeiueats Baarf w!b bagtajew aaaaes by the year ;
or for a etrpalated per cent.
Letters addressed te me tttaafh Usa-Bcat QOee, or left
at my oae.. Northwest corn, r of MsAavaadAaaa street-.,
up lairs, will receive prompt aUesMsnai.
ucll-3a J. MARSHALL WQOBWASD.
Advance on Cotton in " Transtita "
TO JLIVERPOOIa.
THE uadersioaed will make liberal cash adraaces on
Cotton shipped hence U Llverruul TU NewOrlear
Cjastgned te Messrs. BRBWBK. It CALDWELL, N -
1 ork, fer sale there la traasttu. Far fart.vtr toiarraatiuu.
Plro WM H. HULL.
naTS7-tf N. 47 Praat Row
MIICE PIES !
IJiRESn and hot MINCE PIBS are t be had every dar
t TpeC3Jti."t"f3r on Madleaei atreet, an 1
families serd legularly. oa the shortest notlM- .th -.
superior art ich-
J3 Parties furnished with Cakes, roa feet Vm, wines.
&e , on the shortest notice, aad la bPBOHTS ataal g-e.t
style. Give btm a call. aev27-alf
NOTICE.
To the Patrons of the Commercial Hotel
I REELING very grateful to a liberal aad geaataas pab
; 11 "or their sapport la whatever beaaiehea of bni
ness I cave been engaged here, I desire te reader ray ac
knowledgments mors especially for their sapaort of this
estaWlshment. and far the quiet and good order my gaests
have enabled me to preserve la it.
The license for retaillrg splritaees liquors at the bar
havtng expired, it wHt, la deference te the taw, be etoau J
from and after this day. D. COCKRELL.
janlt-tr Proprietor CemoMeeiiil HoteL
THIS day lost ia M-mphis, aad as I believe, en Wash .
lngten street, a small meraoranda-bo.k. and tlovi nr
Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip.
No. 1013 for $ 40
No. lot! for 969 StU 't
Issued In September, 18B. aad Mrable at Pine 1 r
This Is to notify the finder who ta ewar 1, acd te il ra
all person! notle not ta purchase Ih- aarae. A )-ro(-r
compensation will be given by me la the finder on deltv-rr
to me.
nov2-tf TTIOM AS J A M
For Sale JLow to ilie Trade.
P. 00 KEGS nails .
UUU 150 pieces best Power aad Hind loom Baxrln:
200 c lis M a AlcetRepe
50 colls ManlllARope '
100 poundsTwlne. -fc.
. JDOUGnZRTT at ATDLETT,
oot3 " ? "' FtontjBow,

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