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HEAL. ESTATE FOR SALE. I HATK for sale uneiuTpiu uw: ...., .i - . . - ir..V I . .rut rt,.-l.tnu W a f 1 rn, ,! BltN HQ 1SG ACiuiM ' aTaboet two miles and a half frcm Const Senate. m, These aeairmK cueap u vvnaSBvliaeiriiiicro. appijiu -ij , J? G. C. WHITE, '-p3-U At PMMpsfc White's 233 Main street. FOR SALE. xrx I WILT. sll lor cath or short paper. Ttry low. fEUF the following CITT LOTS. belonging to the estate of j. n. Talbot. (StW sale is ordered by l-ourl:) .-jILf'No.71n Bock 17; Lot Ni 1 la Block 16 1 Lot IenElorkI7: In front ef the Go oso House. " Lets.No. I and 2 la Block 11, on toe come rot Shelby acdiBfal streets. Let No. 13 ana 14, on Second street, jbetwe2a iiiowi ana utyoio streets. maiSe-lm J. M FCOYINE, Agent. rni? f nr T WILL sek. orl easy termt. that Lot situated at the X nertlwasrarner ot Elliott and Avery street!, frosting MlfMloqfEIHoU street, and 136 feet oa Art IT street, and Is hounded oa the east by Bledsoe alley, which l 30 itirWt. This is one of the most desirable Residence Lots In South Memphis, being conveniently located It fcel&es and In a good neighborhood. I will leH the whole or divide it, as mar he deelred. Apply t J. C. DAVIS, Ear27-tt At Bask ot Memphis. FOR SALE! THE south half ot Lol No. 41. fronting 37 H feet cn C&lckasaw street, and running back liSH feet. On tats Lot there Is a tin ill comfortable house. The term are liberal. Apply to O. B LOCKE, marlO-U Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker, Lots at Private Solo. T OFFER for sale, apon easy terras. unimproved Lota, J 21. Its, 115, 126, 183, 104, 131, 132. Improved Lots, 169 and 170 betas on the plan of f ubdlvtsiouor ureeniaw SaSarraae, Looney fc. Keele. U. B. LOCKS, nnr2-tf Anctisneer and Real Estate Broker. Tlios. Peters' Residence for Sale. I HAVE tor sale the Residence and 183 Ji acres ot land befenglag te Thomas refers, Esq., lying on the State- U Read and the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, si miles east of Memphis, at Bray's Station The improve ments consists ot a J we line, built in Gothic Style, 9 large mtmi and 2 smau ones, with closets, store rooms, s.e Kitchen, 2 servants' rooms, cistern, well, stable and lam, carriage bouse, wagom ahrd, fce., fce. In short, it Is eae of the best Improved piacts la Shelby county, all new-and in perfect order. I wlfl sell the improvement and SS.H acres of land, or a!l together. It desired, I will "H the stock ot sheep, hogs, and cattle, cam, toiler, cats and pork, alanghtered aad packed in the smoke house. A bargain will be given. Apply to Taos. Peters, on the premises, or to u. a. hh;j&, dec 21 Acctleaeer and Real Estate Broker. Snburban Residence for Sale. I OFFER for sale, apon good terms, the former Resi dence ot C. F. King, Esq., lying on the north side of the new State-line road, a mile and a halt east of the cty. The tract contains 11 acres, and Is improved with a aman residence of three rooms, well ana omerimprove zienta. Also, a tear acre wood let, nearly opposite. Tils tract Is within three quaaters ef a mile of a good chnrch and aehaol, and Is la cse of the best aad healthiest neignior- boods la the vicinity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE, nevll Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker, For Sale, upon Favorable Terms. BEING- deslrcns to pnt more cash means Into ' easiness. I offer for sale, anon terms to salt, the I faHawinr w.il.lntrd CUT and Conntrv Prw- .pertr: One Lot, 37 by 13 X feet, on the north side ot Madison street, between Third aad Fourth streets, improved with a smaB Fr.me nente. Cistern. Ax. A Lot SI feet 3 laches oa the soith side of Real street, by 125 feet oa the east side of Cansey street, improved with a Frame Grocery House, aad is a good staad for business. --A-Heuee and Lot oa the west side of Cansey street 200 fret, south of Beat. House containing six rooms. One unimproved Let. on Poplar street, 60 by liSH feet One Lot en Exchange stree , 60 feet 2 laches by 113 V feet. One Lot on the Alabama Road, S3 by 87 feet. Eight acres In the Carr tract, on the north alee of Ccn tral Avtnue, tetween the Residence of Hon. I. G. Harris aad the Figecn Roost Plaakroad. J0HK JOHXSOX, mar!i-lm Ko. 3 Clark's Marble Block. FOR SALE. I WILL set! on seud terras the following prop- erty: 1SH acre, two miles from Memphis, East set tae Heiaaaaa road, oa tne s.err .a venae, aeve . acres oa Jatksoa street extended, adjoining Dr. Watkta's terser residence. Six acres f renting on Wil ls ami' Aveaae, nearly opposite M. J. Wright's residence, tlfiHr Umbered. ALSO, a beautiful "Let, 2G0 by 1M feet, on Hernando aad HHett streets. marS0-lm 3. M. PRO VINE, TO KEXT. OX Laaderdale stre t, outside the corporation. MSB ACRES OF LAND, which has been co capiolfer years by a Gardener. Ontheprem. I'.'H u.. i i small elweitiag, containing fear rooms aad basemeat. There is a good cistern near the house, Tkere is also a good orchard, aad a See grape arbor. Ap ply immediately le JaaS2-tf JOHN CANNOVAN. A RARE CHAXCE. T OFFER for sale, oa favorable terras and at a low ?rice. Jl my PLANTATION of 500 acres et the best taality of Mississippi bottm land, all greatly above overflow, 10 miles -west et Memphis, oa the plank read; ICO acres of cleared Laai and a new donUe-frame House with suit able eacee. Apply at the place to PETER LEONARD, or to sep7-tt DANIEL HUGHES, Memphis. The Best in the World CAN oe done by those who wish to psrehas Cttr Property, or handsome Ceaatry Residences !::l la the sairarDs. on some or the latter can be .had a flue Residence, ready for cccspatlva. Terms liberal, aad title good. Apply to oetl7.tr CnARLS? D. McLEAX , I HATE three HOUSES aad LOTS to rent far I the present year, sitnatd in the Northeastern part of the city, ia what Is known as Winches- i.ter Avenue, it being the property upon which I Bewlive. Fw a more partica'ar descriptieB, aad for eiealng the ooatract of rent, call on Major William Ruf, SB, at the Gas Offlos. BOB PRICE. Jaa3-dtl For Sale: I OFFER for sale five hundred and t xer.tr acres of Land, fourteen miles Northeast of Sere serrille, en Ice Jackson read, known as the termer . residence of Stephen Jarmea. The place ia well Improved, has a good fiamed dwellinc house and excellent oat hoases. gia-hoase, with gin and thresher, ice-beuse. ioz. There Is on the premlees an extensive orchard, with all kinds at frails grwa ia the coantry. There are two naadnd and fifty acres of land In cultivation, and the remaining portion well timbered. Apply to the under' ligaed, ea the place. R. F. JARMON, jnar3-w6m Black Oak Grove, Tenn. FOR THE sabscriVer eSers for sale the tract ot land on which he new resides, ia Haywood county. Teaaesee, through which the Memphis and Ohio .Raliread passes. Saiu tract contains about four thoas and acres. The improvement: consUt ot a ace frame dwelling, with tea rooms, negro quarters, gta Louse, stables, a ine steam aad grist mill, good orchards. aad an the necessary improvements for a large farm, or can be conveniently divided into several small ones. For health and fertility of soil this place Is unsurpassed by say la the country. For further particulars apply to the sabscrlber on the premises. decio-djica THOS. SHAPARD, A Bargain to be liad in Lands. T WII L sell the tract et Land on which I live, in Tlp- A. pah county. Hut., six miles west of Rlply, on Tippah river, (or creek,) containing Klght uunareu Acres five hnadred of the very best creek bottom and the bal ance second bottom and upland. There are about one hun dred acres cleared, aad in a Bae state at cultivation. The -improvements are good and new, con-istlng ot a DwetMsg heate, and all necessary oat houses. The above tract e: land, I have no hesitancy In saying, it one of the beet Hi North Mississippi for raising Cotton, Corn or Stock, as the range Is flnebo'h Winter and Summer. Ftr'partiealars about the place, I refer to Davidson, Ellis ti Blair, Memphis; John W. Thompson, Ripley, Hiss.; W. C. Fegats, Ho&y Springs, or to myself on the premises octl2-wtf J. J. PEGUIS. T O B A.C C O ! 8 8 0,000. nr TTE have In store and are ceuitantly receiving the V T most celebrated brands of TOBACCO from Virginia, Keatacky aad Mlseeri, which we sell at manufacturers' prices. We wsaMcaXl atteatua to the teUowing brands Trotter's ttoagn aaa oeaay wui , Pace's " " Walker i. Cs.'s " " Ilrfla&d'. Extra Pancake; Meoscau, poaads ; Whit Tatutall, pounds ; Pocahontas " Emma Adams " Bigg " II John's " Parkins " Sutherlln's " Persian Smoking Tehacoo. SEASROOK a CARSON, fs116m Madison stret, two doors from Main WAITED, A SrrffATION as Bok-Keeper or Shipping Clerk, by a n Toang JIan from at. una. uooa reierence given, Address C. H. MARTIN, P. O. Ianl7 PRINTING PAPER AGENCY or THE NASHVILLE PAPEE MILLS OS COTJB.T-IT, SET. rBOHT ROW AKD MAIS. Memphis, Tennessee, WHERE aB kinds and sizes et Printing Paper can be dhad at low prices for cash. Oriera for any unnsaal slie of paper will be dispatched to NashTiHe and filled promptly at mill prices, with the addition of tram portion. W. S. WH1TEMAN'. ap6-ly CHaa- Path, Agent. RAGS! RAGS! RAGS! I WISH to buy 00,000 pounds of rags and will pay the highest price In cash tor all the cotton and linen rags, and eld rope and bagging that is delivered to me, and earnestly solicit the saving ot rags. W. S. WHITE MAN. apg-ly Chas Path. Agent. MERCHANTS, PEDLARS AND MARKETERS are atUcited to engage in baying Ragi throsfhout the coantry, and those who engage at it win increase their business, and I will buy'alltbey bring. W. S. WHITEMAN. ipe-ly Chas. Path, Agent. AND MACHINE SHOP, Adams Street, Memphis, Tenn., IS now prepared to do aU kinds of Machine Work; also, Steamboat Work ot every description, Steam Engines, Maw MiHi of every description. Cotton and Wool Ma chinery, Gin Gearing. Planing Machines. Also, Brass Foundery, Casting and Finishing, Steam Gnage Cocks and Casting of every description, heavy Wrought Iron Forg ing, Wrought Iron Gratings for Jails, Bank Vaults, Cel lar and Side-Walk Grates, Iron Fencing of every descrip tion made to order. Also, House Fronts, Window Csps and Bills, of various patterns. In a word, I am prepared to do every description of work In my line. I have now in ahop the latest and most improved pst tema of Steam Engines. ISAAC PHELON S. MCXESXA. Superintendent. feblO-ly FOR SALE, rnwo DRATS also two Dray Lleenac,wblcb have eight JL aml.Blne montoa to ma. Apply to I (M-U ' GWTNNE fc (JIBSOS, (tlotjjinfl stores XE? SPRING ASD SD3HIER GOODS, I03El. 13S7. JAS. A. STEEETT & CO., NO 219 MA1N-ST., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL, ARE Just opening a choice suck of FANCT aad STA PLE BRT GOODS, which they offer low for cath. or the usual time to prompt customers. We invite tte at t ntlonsf dty and country buyers to call and examine our stock before pnrcbasjng elsewhere. Our atMkcon- slsWinpartoi ricn ire juu, ".- ";.;:7i"J Organdies. French Csmbrics, Lawns, French, lnglih and American mnts, uioguiuu. w, . ALSO. Silk Tissue, Berege, Orgsndle, Jaoonett and Lawn Rbes o. the newest design; Lace Shawls and Mantillas, new ana eiegant u Pamfiv pnrnislnnE iiatenais, . . t .n mnA rottnn Sheeting, all cie AJtmxaK note " . . ' . ., z, T wellngs, Curtain Material, of all descriptions. Mar- Bleachei.ndltrownSheeUng and Shirting. P ain aad Striped 0n.barg, &C.T Ticking, Striped Cttonades, AproTchecks.risnnels, Je.ni.ise.; White Goods, cou V,iting of Plaia Figured, and Checked Swiss Bxk. In dia. Mall, tc t Embreide rles and Laces. -"'"" , et. M.n nr.rdi &c. Infants' usaasome n ui. v..-. : . , . . .. . .- vnhmidrrrd Tlandkertblefs. oraea novn, . i... Gloves, nosiety, Fancy BtlU, Fans, Perfumery, Small """.. ....v.nrriiwli th. leidlncfea It is ear jmcunvu v j . r tare ot business, and our friends can rely upon finding at all times a full ana complete msui Clothing and Furnishing Goods. Stock in this line maauf actnred under our ewa super vision. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Umbrellas, Parasols, Trunks, Carpet Bags, c. apt 3m SMVJBY & CliAJRKE, DEALEBS IK Gentlemens' Boys and Childrens' FI1ME CLOTHING, PTJENISHING GOODS, Sole Xieatlicr Trunks, Car pet Bags, &c., c, 2 MAIN STREET, UNION BLOCK, 1X7E are now receiving 'oar SPRING AND SUMMER y V STOCK, which will do rouna eomweic u i"'Ji styles aad prices. We have fiOO Spring and Summer Casslmere SuiU, "some vfrj 00 paira Fancy Cassimere PanUloons, " at all prices ; 600 pairs Black Casslmere aad Drap E Tete Pantaloons i 300 Black Cloth Frock and Press Costs. some very fine; Irae Cloth Dress Costs, "good ttjle;" Black and Fancy Silk Vests, Raf Ian Patterns and styles i 500 Fancy and White Marseilles Vests, Raglan style; Rich White Figured Satin Vests, new siyles ; 600 Blsck Drsp E Tete, Alpacca and Cashmere Frock and Kagiaa uiu , Spring Casslmere Rail in Over Coats ! 00 rfozea White and Fancy Shirts, arnng which will be found a.1 ine styles. We also hsve a large stock of Medium Goods. We respectfully solicit an examination of our stock The T bices will be found low, m,rl7 SPIVET-k CLAHKE. J. aPITXV... . ..It. c CLARKE. SFIVEY & CIiARIE, WHOIXSAIX ASD RETAIL DEALERS IX GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS Fine Clothing FHKiVISHliVG GOODS, Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags, 213 aiAIX STREET, Union Block, Opposite Court Bquare, OCR terms are cash, which enables us to sell at tht lowest prices. We respectfully solicit a call from aB In want of Clothing. nayao-uawi-y Spring and Summer TRADE. SI.1I0N & SEESSEL, MANUFACTURERS OF MEN ASD BOYS' CLOTHING. ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Staple and Domestic Dry Goods, BOOTS, SHOES XJTD PLASTERS' GOODS. OUR facilities this year being of such a nature we are enabled to oSer our Spring and Summer stock, which Is unusually large, to the trade and citizens genet ally at the very lowest rates. Country Merchant and River Traders la particular are earnestly requested to call and examine our stock before purcnasingeisewnsre. SIMON" SEESSEL. 63 Front Row, Corner JeSerson-st., under Commercial Hotel marlO-dawtf J. "W. WATSON, Merchant Tailor, HAVIIfG removed tn Xo. 6 Court street, between Main street and Front Row, begs to retain his thaaks to his friends and the public generally for their liberal patronage for the last six years, and hopes, by strict attention to basiness to merit a continuance ot the ssme. Ilavlng engaged a Ko. 1 Cntter, of long experience, lie is now prepared te make p his goods m first rale style. and cheaper than any otner house ia Jtempnts, for casn lie bays for cash aad sells for cash. feb27-3m Jtlercliant Tailor, 187 SVrAXiNT ST., Under the IVorsIiam House. rnHE subscriber begs leave lo announce U hlscustom- I era and the citlsens et Memphis that he has return ed from Xew Tork with a full assortment of moet splen, did Goods, which he is prepared te make up for cah on short notice. seps-ly HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF MEMPHIS, TENN. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL I GPARAXTT CAPITAL S 100.000. $100,000. -inARTKRKu bi the Legislature ot T.aoessee. Session W et 1855-'6, to make Fire, Life and Marine Insurance and to cause themselves to be re-Insured when deemed expedient. In view of which tbey have arranged with the following Companies, for re-insurance by means of op-n policies: British commercial Life, London capital S3 oou.wo Equitable Fire, " - 5,000,000 Infrnatlonal Life, " " 2.500.000 Knickerbocker Life, United Slates, " 200.fl Great W. stern Marine, ' " 1,000 003 Howard Fire end Marine, " " 600,000 Cons-ilidated Fire " 300 000 At the annual electlin on Tnesday, the 10th 1-stant, the fenewing Directors ana uommiuee were elected for tae ensuing year : DIRECTORS. JAMES B. THORKTON, L. J. DUPREE, ueu. it. uiu.M, xiuiii. iiCAUAa, STEPHEN B. CURTIS, J. U. MULPORD, HKKRT S. 1CIVG, JOS. BARBIEI1E. Jrv JAMES BORO. riSASCE COMMtTTSE. 3. B. CURTIS, L. J. DUPREE, H. 3. E02I3 iltiital Examiner GfO. R. GRANT, 1 . D. Attorntyi. B. THORNTON. Esq. AniittdbvS, P. BANEHEAD. Ein. Andata meellngof the new Directory of Welneedar. the lllh tnst., the toUowlng ofScers were ttnaen for the year: JAMES B. THORNTON, PTMiCJlt. GEO R. GRANT, Fice PrerWref. TTIOS. McADAM. Secrttary. OFFICE No. S, Madison street, corner Pront Row. fi17-dly District Inspector fy STEAMBOATS, Steamboat Boilers, and Steambott Vy Machinery, under the provisloas ot the Acts of Con gress of IE3S and 1812. Offlce, S Madison street. marl THOMAS McADAM, In. pector. TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE IXSDRAXCE CO. Of Nasliville, Tenn. CAPITAL, :::::: 8150,000. J0S3PH VAULX Prea't A. W. BUTLER, 6ecy. DIRECTORS: John M Hill, Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson. james iorrey, a. u. uaruncr, x. a. uwea. is. si.rogg, joeepa taaix, James Jims, N. E. Alloway, W. S. Eakln. MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freights cadet open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risks ol Merchandise, by steamboats, railroads, or landcarrlagrs: also, hazards on rivers and lazes to or from aay part of the United States. FIRE INSURANCE oa buildings, dwelling or other nouses, goods in store, furniture, fee, in town er country, EJ.NrgToes insured against the dangers of the rivet . J. G. LONSDALE, Agent, OSlce Jefferson street, Memphis. Tjie Mutual Life Insurance Company, OF NEW TORE Accumulated Fund, S3.O00.OO0. THE rates adopted by this Company are based upon the most correct observations. Policy holders get all the gains ot the Company, as It is purely mutual, having no prefer red stoczor other capital to laze ins erst fruits of ptonts from ine insured. Any person wishing insurance on his or her life will re ceive all lnforniatien, together with the requisite forms tl application, By calling en J. U. LONSDALE, Agent Mutual Life insurance Company, oetll-ly Offlce Jefferson street. Memphis. ESTABLISHMENT. rpriE nnderirned are now opening at their NEW JL. DRUG STOCK, NO. 37 FRONT ROW, a general and well selected assortment of Fresh Drugs and Medicines. Chemicals Paints, Oils, Dyestuffs, Patent Medicines. Glassware and Perfumery, warranted to be fresh and g. ncine, direct frm New Tork, which are offered on ac commodating Unas. Call aad Judge for yourselves, or ran u your oroers, wnicu win pe promptly attended to, particularly those from a distance, and the goeds sent forward without delay- The patroaage of our friends and the public Is respectfully solicited to oar new es tablishment, as we feel assured we can render satisfac tion to all who may favor us with their custom. Pteseriptlons put cy carefully at all hoars. HtmClw KfrRRCInS. JLOSJ. I THIS day lost in Memphis, and as I believe, cn Wash in ton street, a small memoranda-book, and $1000 e Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip. No. 1013 for o No. itui for seo $iaoa Issued In September, 1SS6, and payable at Pine UlcfL This Is to notify the finder who the owner Is, and to gird all persons notice not to purchase th- same. A proper compensation will be given by me to the finder oa deUrerr to me. nort-tf THOMAS JAMES. i foiicrics. SWAN & OO.'S LOTTERIES. Capital Prize S50,000. TICKETS OKTiY 810! .TV WING to therreet favor witn wnien oiroiu. . J ber LOIienrs ua.t ' . V. ' i our. Wk . . ,..,i.v.i. .fc. UinifM S aWlH BL I Le large oemaau ivi .vm. -" - . . CO.. will have a drawing each Saturday tlrjugboat the year. The f llowing scheme win m un. their Lotteries for Jtarcn, ihi. it. a !g no. To be drawn In the City of Atlanta, Georgia, la public. en SATUEDAT, April 1th, 18T. at-rr. a RS 31. So te drawn la the dty of Atlanta, Georgia, la public, oa SATURDAT, April 11th, 1S.. -rr. A 3S 32. To be drawn In the dty of Atlanta, Georgia, la public, on 3ATJRDAT, April ISlh, at ir. A c?3 33. To be drawn In ine cuy of Atlanta, Georgia, la public, oa SATURDAT, April -.win, w, i Single JVumbers c onr tjt1zcb ! ! More than One Prize to Every Ton Tickets. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME, TO E DHWX HACII SATURDAY IN" APRIL 1 Prise ef... 1 m .. . I ... ,S0,00i is $50,000 20 UOO is 20 000 10 000 t 10,000 10.000 Is 10.000 6,0-0 Is 6.000 .6,000 ii 6,000 8.000 is 6,000 2 500 is 2,609 2.600 is 2,600 2 600 is I, tOO 2 508 Is 2.600 2,t00 1s 2,600 2,500 is 2 600 1,00 IS J.ooo l,l0 is 1.000 1,000 1s 1,0 1.000 1 1.000 1 000 la .... 1.000 100 100 .re 10.000 60 are 6,000 lOonnTTUITinV PRTZKS- 4 Prises of $225Aprox'tlng to $50,000 Priie are 900 160 20.000 80 60 30 25 SO are. 10.000 6,000 2,600 1.0T0 i: 21 20 1,000 J 90 prises amounting to $201,000 Whole Tickets, 810; Halves, 85 OO; Quarters, 82 50. PLAN OF THE LOTTERY. The Numbers from 1 to JO .000, corresponding with those Vumbera on thi Tickets printed oa separate slips of pa per, are encircled with small tin tubes and placed In one The first 218 Prises, similarly printed and endrded, are placed in anotue r wum. The wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn . v.. v i -..mb... .net it th. ume time a Prize 1 f " ' " VI m usu v . f h 1 - is drawn from the other wheel. The Nnmber and Priie drawn out are opened ana exnioueu to ine uuiw, registered by the Commlsslunerss the Filie being placed against the Number drawn. This operation Is repeated until all the priiee are drawn out. ArmoxiHATiofc Pbiiej. The two preceding and the iwo succeeding Numbers te tko.e drawing the flrjt IS Prixes win be entitled ti the 72 Approximation Fiixes, ac cording to the scheme. rj-The 3,000 Prlies of $20 will be determined by the last ngure of the number that draws the $60,000 Priie. For example. If the Numbers drawing $50,000 Priie ends i.w v. i th.. .ii th.et,vttwl..r. ih. nnmher ends in 1 win be'enUtled to $20. If the Number ends with Xq, s, then au inexicaeie wnerc iuo uuuaui t, -will be entitled to $20, and so on to 0. Certificates of Packages will be sold at the following ... vVlj-h I. th.rl.Y Certificate ot Package of 10 Whole Ticket $80 00 10 Half " 10 00 10 Quarter " 20 00 10 Elehth ' 10 00 In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the money te oar addres. for the Tickets ordered.on receiptor which they will be forwarded by first mall. Parchasers caa nareTlcxets enaing in any cxurc i7 mj ucu.ic. The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be foiward, yu,V. . rij - - - - Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and C? Remember that every Prlxe is drawn and payable in run witnoofc uruueuw. EJ" All Prizes of $1,000 and under, paid immedlatdy after the drawing other Prizes atthensual time ot thirty uays. X3T Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tlrkets at either offlce. Addres orders for Ticket; or Certificates ot Packages of Ticcets eiuter to marts S. SWAN k. CO.. Atlanta. Ga Planters, Look to Your Interest! ttte are t till agents for the sale of the EAGI E GIN VY STAND Actual tests prove that the Gins now be lnc manufactured are the best in use. For lightness of draught, f pnd, and making a fine tarn ale. these Gins cinnot be ennaled. Now Is the lime to send tn your orders, so as to have tbem made and to arilve here in time rr ine next crop. HARRIS, WORM El ET & CO , Agents, maris ds3m No. 8 Front Row, Memphis. S3" Enquirer copy. S. D. TBCCHC&RT... ...J. M. tVOODJOX. TRl'EHEART & W00DS0X, Manufacturers of Southern Star Cotton Gin, GERMANTOWN, TENN., T) E3FECTFHI.LT call the attention of the pnblic, par tL ticularly the Co'tonPlanttr, to their GIN MANU- PACTORT, now la successful operation in this place. We deem it unnecessary to pubU.h any te.timonlal ot the good performances of our Gins, thsngh many conld be procured of gentlemen who arc no U'lnc i hem men of high reputation as plaiitrrs, and wou'd not be satisfied with any but a good Gin ; and we will only add that we are determined to spar no pairs or means lo make a Cotton Gin that will plase the Planter. In addition to the Gin we formerly advertis-d and sold for 3 per saw, are are nw Stilus up an improttd ttyle, at considerable adlltioaal exp-nie, which we will sell at $3 60 per saw. A sample ei our Gins can always bi seen at Messrs Graham Jt Hill's, who areonr agents in Memphis. Gentlemen Planters, send in your orders with f peclfl cations, and !hy ahaU be promptly attended to. A snf ficl'nt guarant7 given In every sale. t3 Repairing done with neatness and diifstch. uar211awm Important to Cotton Planters! THE TAYLOR PREMIUM C0TT0X CIX, StlKUrACTCSXD BY CLEMATIS, BEOWN & CO., COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. rrtHE subscriber begs lesve to call the attention ot JL Planters to an examination ci ine merits oi inere Gin Stands, which possess la a greater degree the quail ties to be desl-rdln a Cotton Gin vii. : Speed, Light Drauahl. and Good Sample than any Gin extant, and are off-red on as reasonable terms as any establishment In the South. I feel fully authorized In saying that I can furnl'h, an things considered, a superior Gin Stand to any factory In the United States. Meisra. Fewlkes, Mount A. Co. are agtnts for the sale of these Gins, who will keep a supply of various sizes on band, or will order any Mze at short notice. Office on Jefferson street, Memphis, Tenn. martO-dtwawSn S. A. THORNTON. Ag't. Premium Cotton Gins. Tnx atteatloi of Cotton Planters la respectfully csHed to the above superior Gins, manufactured by E. Car ver &'Co.. East Rrldgewater, Mass. Under a recent Im provement, the Carver Gins are regarded as the beet now la reneral nse : their superiority needs ao comments from us, as thousands are now In successful operation In U e Southern country. We have on hand fifty Gins, embracing all the different sizes and numbers of saws. Also 10 and 12 feet segment bolts, washers, &c, com plete, all of which we oner to car friends upon the usual terms and time. GWTNN & GIBSON, Not. 1 and 2 Exchange Building. Memphis, Sept. 23, ISM tf WHITLEY'S PATENT PORTA BLE CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, MAitrrACTTJrp by CLARK & ATERY, St. Lov.it, Ho. AGENT AT MEMPHIS, TENN., G. MciiEAlt. HATING taken the Agency for the sale of the above Circular Saw Mills. I am. prepared to fill all orders fer Mills, with or without the power te drive them on the shortest notice Permni wlihlsc tonnrchase Mills, and also desirous that they should be set up and put Into operation, caa be ac commodated. We do not wish to praise our own work, all we ask of persons wishing to purchase Mills Is V examine our work before buying elsewhere, as we think they wlU give as the t reference alter snch examination. We are sat isfied our Mills win saw more lumber, and In better style in the same number et hours than aay other Saw Mill bow made Persona wishing lo purchase Mllli win please address me at Memphis, Tenn. G. MCLEAN. G.MCjLjEAN. BOILER MAKER, Black Smith and Sheet Iron Worker, Corner of Front JUv end Wlnchexltr-tt., MEMPHIS, TENJt. SKCOTTD-nAXD Boilers bought, sold ' and exchanged fer new ones. Sheet Iron Iwerk done of every description, snch as Chlmneva. Bricben. Fire Beds, Eicape Pipes, Condensers, Forges, Metalle Life-Boats, andStcam boat Work la general. Also, Bank Safes, Fireproof Shuts, Gasometers, Olsterns, fee. N. B. Boilers repaired at the shortest notice, and en the tto reasonable terms. aovls-dawly TWS NTT-FIVE kegs Golden Syrup, for sale by mar!7 BAXCOCK, CLASS fc CO. " 600 7J0 ' 500 ...eo.coo Clark (to. DISSOLUTION. ON the 1st June, ISSf, the arm heretofore existing be tween F. n. CLARr and A. C. WURZACH was dis solved by mutual consent. F. H. Clark Is charged with the settlement of the business or the late firm ot F. H. Clark Ji Co. T. II. CLARK. A. O. WUBZBACH NEW FIRST. The eatecribers have associated themselvea tocether tinder the firm ot F. H. CLARK & CO. r. H. CLARK, JAS. S. WIIXINS, TD03. HILL. .7 C. IR JU. OUR NEW FIRM. It affords me pleasure to announce to my friends and the public that I have associated with me my former partner, JAS. S. WIIXINS, and my well-known assis tant, tuus. uiLL unucr ua laminar style of r. M. CLARE fc CO. The new firm will start with an eocient force In each mechanical branch, the Watch department being under the supervision of Mr. WUklns. sta i full at all times ot ine latest fashions, and prices as los. is the same quality and style ot goods can be pur chased la Philadelphia or New Tork. I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me during my fifteen years' residence In Memphis, and my aim will be to merit Its continuance. F. H.CLASX. ESTABIxISIIED 1841. OUR almhasbetnto keep pace with our growing dty, and furnish those who want Goods la our line with good articles, and at fair prices. Our assortment, for years, has been but little It any behind our Eastern cities. It Is more extensive this season than ever. Oir leading branches are, first WATCHES, Of whim we have every variety In general use. together with a large assortment made to our order, which for neatness ot atyle and time-keep-tag. are aurpassed by none. In enr assortment will be found the Eight Day Watch and the Repeating Chronometer, giving the time to a minute in the tark. JEWELRY. Onr assortment In this Important branch is kept full by frequent receipts of all the new stylet, whether of foreign or domestic production. We have made this branch ot our business a study for years, not only posting ourselves with regard to the dif ferent Dualities and merits of the different styles and ma kers, bnt of the kinds best suitable to oar market. Our assortment, for a number ot yeirs, nas ceen isrgc, ie which we have recently made many additions of our own lmrcctatloa. We caa famish our customers with SHOT GltfS from $5 to $200; RIFLES frsm $10 to $100. Also, the celebrated SHARPE'3 KlirLK. pistols, DERRINGER and COLT, ot all sizes. Also, a full as tortmeat of the kinds In general use. SILTER GOODS. 1T1 ana CKat"w sru, i-ucuera, uouirii, iup, tasiursi Spoons, Foiki, ladles, with many choice Facy Article, .11 ..fn flnea SILTER PLATED GOODS. Urns. Castors. Candlesticks, Tea and Cofiee Sets, Eperg- nes, Cake aad I'rult Basket Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Piter.- ers, uobieti, cups, nailers, &c.. &c OTTTliERY. A fun assortment ot Pocket and Table, from the best makers, with a great variety ef Fancy Goods. OUR, MECHAHlCAIi BRANCH. All kinds of Watch Work done In the most faithful manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order. Engraving-. Plain and Oramental; Seals for Lodges, Court, fcc., in any style , siencei nates ot an aizee. daguerreangallery; Prof Eemington, Artist, Embraces a suit ot rooms built expressly for the porpoie, and we are prepared to furnish our customers with first class pictures in all the various styles. In building expressly for oar business, we have com bined every convenience Nr the different branches, aad gieatly re-need our expenses, which, with onr facilities and tbeextetulen of ourbusicess, enables us to sell goods and do workon the most reasoaable terms. Goods cheer fully shown and fairly represented, aad we Invite all. both buyers and the curious, to drop la without ceremony and examine our sioc we keep open house for au. octlC-dawly F. H. CLARK fc CO. 3NT 23 "W SPRING STOCK! WATCHES Some very fine. JBWELRT New styles. SILVERWARE Cora One. SILVER PLATED GOODS Rest quality. SPKCTACLtS To suit every condit.on of sight. GUNS Best m.kers. PISTOLS Pull assortment POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY. CLOCKS. CANE3- FANCT GOODS. Making by far thebtst asror'ment ever offered In this market . V. H. CLARK fc CO., msr2S No. 1 Clsrk's Marble Bieck. SHARP'S RIFLES, irlississipiH Rifles, FOR SALE BT F. H. CLARK & COMPANY, marls THE SPHEREOTYPE. rpnElate.tandby far the most Important Improve A ment In Photography Is the recently patented pic ture known as the SPHEREOTTPE, which is not only new and un.'.ke any of Its predecessors, bnt greatly su perior to all. The Sphereotype Is proof against TIME, AIB and watex, and for richness ot tone, warmth ot expression and distinctness hss ro equal In fact the 11 lusloa Is such that the picture, or Image, seems suspend ed la air, eatlrely independent of the back ground For this picture we have the exclusive right for Mem phis. Speclmens'can be seen in our Gallery, where pic tures are also taien in ine various style, sy our Artist, PHOP. REMINGTON, who comblni s the Chemist with the Artist, which ena bles him at all times te produce superior Pictures. F. H. CLARK & CO , dec2-tt No. 1 Clark's Marble Block. Conftriionarie PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONERY. Wholesale and Wctall CANDY MANUFACTORY, No. 67 Front How. THANKFUL to hU friends and the public 9 for the very liberal patronage extended to , him for the last eight years, M. LOUIS alON TEDONICO begs leave to Inform the citizens ef Memphis and vicinity that he will constantly keep on hand a large assortment of the best Imported Wiats Claret, Port, Madeira, White, fcc; also, Scetch Ale and London Porter. U. L. Mohtedoxico always keeps on hand a great variety of Fancy Caadles and Toys, aa assortment of stick Candy, Prunes in Jars and boxes. Raisins, Grapes, every kind of Fruits and Nut. Pickles, Lobsters, Sardines, Olives, French and English Mustard, Sugar In loaf and boxes, Caracao, Maras hlno, Old Wines, Ginger, Pre serves, Savannah, New Tork and Boston Preserves, Cat sup. Pepper Since. Chocolate. Cordials. Syrups. Mecca ronl, VermaceUI, the best Havana Cigars, aad a great many :her articles, too numerous to mention, now offered for sale very low, either by wholesale or rttau. Having, at much expense, secured the services et two ef the most experienced workmen ever in this city, he flatters himself that he cannot be surpafse 1 In arranging and decorating tables for Parties Weddings, &e , with honor to nimseif ana aatisiactioa to au customers. ec21-tf L. ROCCO, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer la Plain anil Fancg CANDIES, CAKES, &C. No. 220 maiu-st, una Feiiowf Hall, Meinpliis, Tenn., KEEPS constantly on hand u Urge assortment of Green and Pry Fruits, Fruits in their own Juice. Jellies. Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys ters, Pickles, cordials, syrups, nne wines, urandies, all kinds of Nuts, fcc In connection with this establishment I have fitted up in superior style an Ice Cream Saloon, expressly for the Ladies. A'so GenUemett . oarfna, wnere ioa v. ream i acrrcq iron jl. js. nil 1- r. Jl. ap27 C. C. MAYD WELL'S OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, MEMPHIS, TENN., WHERE can be found all description of Grave Work, which win be furnished as cheap as It can he got in any matket West. Also, BaUdlng Work done at short notice. It is to the Interest of all persons wanting such work to purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead ot purchas ing frcm Agents, as the Manufactora have to add) the twenty per cent, mat is paw Agents to the work sold by them. Southerners, look to your interest. decX-dsw6m O. O. MATDWELL. to t: FTTRTaTO: The Madison Street Sash, Door and Blind Factory THE anderstlgnrd has taken the stand recently occu pied by Moore & Halstead, over the Flanlnt Mill of whlcDle.McCuIlsgh fc Co.. and is prepared to fill all or ders for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings, Mould ings, Mantl's, fcc pirtienlar attention paid to dressing and ripping Lum ber, forthe Carpenters and Builders. Valuable Negroes for Sale. THIRTT NEGROES jnst arnvea rrom a.entucar and Virginia, among the number three good Me. "banlcsf Jf. B. FORREST, jnjr7.I Jl. ! Ausms svrrwj. latitat ani ntkrr HAWKS, SMITH & CO.'S BULLETIN. MERCHANTS, PLASTERS. MECHANICS! LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST. hawks, smni fc co., IMPORTERS AND UFALBRS IX Hardware, CUTLERY, AJCO AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, No8. 304 and S06 Main-st. ALSO AOEHTf FOB, " Heniu.jj'a " Patent Salamander Safes I HAVING now. received the greater portion of our Goods for the SI-RING TRADE, by recent arrivals from Europe and the Eastern Cities, we are prepared to offer greater Inducements to the Merchants, Planters and Mechanics of the Southwest than have hitherto been of fered In this market, for proof of which we respectfully so icit the inspection of our stock and prices, in view or this, we ha ve placed ourselves In a position tocBVrsuca Inducements to those who may visit Memphis for the pur pose ot making their purchase, as will deter them from seeking another market, so fsr at least as our business is concerned. To fully carry out this object we have made permanent arrangtmcais with the best manufacturers in England and in this country, to be regularly supplied with a full stock of Go-ids In onr line, and will furnish those who may favor as with their orders, with goosiat as low figures aa any house In the country,.South or West. uur stoca comprises For tlic Coantry Trade. Boiled and Charcoal Iron Castings, Boston. Philadelphia and Wheeling Nails, Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets, Log, Trace, Stay and Stretch Chains, Bright and halt bright casUterl Hoes, Csststeel polished riveted -eye Hoes, Oil root and ateam 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, fce., Louisville, Cincinnati and New Tork Sifters, Nova Scotia and Bivrd Grindstones, Ames' casts teel Shovels and Spades, Rowland's and Can's Shovels and Spades, Table and Pocket Cutlery, all patterns. Locks. Latches, Hinges, fcc. Well Wheels and Well Buckets. Together with every at tide suited to the trade ot the country merchant. In the Agricultural DeDartment We hat e made the best selections from the mvst approved manufacturers of every article necessary for the planting community, inducing Cotton. Cane and Grub Hoes. Cane Enlres, and Briar Hooks, Plow and Wagon Chains, Faa MUs, Cera Mills, Corn Snellen, Corn and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutlers, Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, fcc. Grain Cradles, and Scythes, Patent and common Churns, Hemes, Collars, Sit g trees, fcc.. Pruning Saws and Chisels, Garden Implements of all kinds. Hall fc Spear's wrought and cast Plows, Allen's Cotton Plows and Scrapers. Together with a full stock ef the "celebrated Avery and Livingston fc Co. Flews, which have for several rears 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 oe aoie to supply our piantera witn mem at all times. la me selection of our stock of Goods in the Mechanical Department We have paid most particular attertlon to the Interests of our mechanics. We have selected such goods as are best suited to this market, and can safely guaranty satis faction te all. Onr stock In this department Is full and complete, comprising tn Building materials Greenwood's celebraud Plnges, Greenwood's Axle Pullies and Shutter Fastnlngs, Pearl White and Mineral Ensb Iycks and Latches, Clots and Electro-Plated " "- " " Cottage, Rural and Mortise " Front and store dor " " " Sliding door Locks and Furniture, Self-shutting door and Gate Hinges snd Latches, Bolts and Hooks, Nails. Brads. Screws, fcc. This department In our business Is under the special supervision of one ot the partners, who hss fr many years, in this city, given it his careful attention, and be lieving thai ibla branch of our business reqaltes more than ordinary care, both in the selection of the goods and In tilling orders, he Is determined te use bis best en deavors to keep such goods as shall plea.e all our me chanics, and will hold every inductment to merit thtlr patronage We would call particular attention to our stock ot Tool:. the quality of all which we Caa fully guaranty, compris ing tn Carpenter's Tools Union Factory Planei, Rules, fcc. Spear fc Jackson's .Hand and Pannell Saws, Butcher's cast steel Chisels and Files, Earl Smith fc Co.'s Files, Wetherby's Chisels aad Draw Knives, Cam's celebrated " ' Spirit Levels,Rules and Gnages, Augers, Anger Bltts, Screwdrivers, fce. Blacksmith's Tools Peck's Louisville Bellows, Newcomb's New Tork Bellows, Silid Box and Parallel Vices, Armltage's Mousehole Anvils, Coley'e warranted Anvils, Haad and Sledge nammers. Blacksmith Tongues, Farriers, nammers. Knives and Pincers. Tinners' Materials. B-st Charcoal Tin Plate I C, t it "IX " Leaded Roofing Plate I C, Bar Tin, Speltre, fcc, Iron Brass and Copper Wire, Bolt Copper, Soldering Irons, &c, Tinned and Braziers Sheet Copper, Boiled and Charcoal Shtet Iron. Russ Imitation, Rasa, and Galvrrnlxed Iron, Bar Lead. Rivets, Copper Tacks, fcc We would also call the attention of Raliread and Levee Contractors to our stock of Railroad Barrows, Ame'a Shovels and Spades, Boring Machines. Mattocks. Picks, fcc. naving a thorough knowledge ot onr business in all it branches, we are determined to give It our entire alien tlon, and shall attend personally lo all the orders, and to the transaction ot our business In every particular, and by so doing flatter ourselves that we can give satisfac tion. HAWKS, SMITH & CO,, febt 301 and Sflg Maln-st JACOB BECI1TOL.D, CORNER OP CHICKASAW AND JACKSON-STS TiEALER la Ale, Porter. Cider and Wines of all kinds XJ manufactured by the most celebrated estaUlsh-neats In the united States. For sale. Wholesale or Retail, Front my long experience In the business (twelve, years of which has been In the city ot Memphis) I fla ter mysell with the guaranty I have had from my old customer that my exertions have been appreciated by tbem. JnlyCT-dawtf JACOB BK0nTrLr. H. 23 IVOC O "7" "5L Us or THE NEW 1RUG STORE. WE take pleasure In Informing the citlsens of Memphis and the public generally that we have re moved our stock of Drugs lo the corner of Main and Union streets, and will take pleasnre In accommo dating an who may favor us with a call. We are also In receipt of a fall supply ot fresh and gen nine Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, rerfnmery, fcc. Particular attention paid to Oiling of Prescriptions at ail nours or aay ana nigat, decai-tf R. JOTNER fc CO. SOME FORTY OR FIFTY ACCL.I MATED COTTON NEGROES FOB SALE. 0 ruuai mc state or ucorsia, consisting or reen, women, ooys ana gins. Among taem are some very likely famines. Ia a few diva we Intend to conc.ntrate oar Dnrchases from Eentnfky and Virginia' to this point, and alve the buyers of this country aa opportunity of investing their money m good regroe. tiivens a caii oerere railing your purchases. mar22-3m BOLTON. DICCINS fc CO. JYotice. I HATE s)ld out my Stable on the corner at Cnloa and Second streets, reiijned all my account, and made an arrangement for the prompt teltlement of all my tt debtedneti. I take this public mode ot returning my sin cere thsnks to my kind friends and patrons, (those who paid.) and of cordially recommending my successors, la who,e honesty and Integrity 1 have the most Implicit re llar.ee, and whom I take a special pleasure In recommend ing to my nnnierous friends as kind and courteous gentle men, from whom yon can always get vaiue tor your money. it. a. ULAti, Memphis, February 4, 1557. The above card of our old friend Black win apprise our frl-ndi of Memphis and surrounding country that ws can be found at the above stand at all hours, both day and night, r'ady and willing to serve our friends :n any de partment of the lively business. Mr. Black's Indebted, ness will be promptly adjusted by Ihe undersigned, asfatt as means come into their hands from tae assets or saw R. R B!ark. mar20-lm N. P. FERRELL fc CO. Carriasre Factory. THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory en Second street, between Washington and Adams streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re pair Carriages at ine snortesi notice au .w. uw.j tbem will be guarantied, and a share ot public patronage anJ-ly L. S. RHRR fc CO, PIANO POBTE, POBHTTUBE, Carpet asd Curtain Roems. PIANOS ot A. A. Gale fc Co., LIghte, Newtcn fc Bradbury; Resewood, Ma hniur and Walnut Parlor and Bed Room Furniture Sofas, Divans, Bureaus, Ward robe. Secretaries. Cottage Mai me Top uea itoom onus. and a large assortment of Common Furniture. Spring, Hair, Moss, cotton ana annex jsaurrMes maao tnnrrii-r Oil Carnetlng. trem thiee to eighteen feet wide; Tapestry, Brussels aad Common Carpets. Trans parent Shades aad Curtains. Carpets, Curtains and Cor nices, made by aa experienced Upholsterer. Looking Glass and Picture Frames made to order. Pianos taaed, and all kinds of Musical Instruments repaired by expe rienced workmen. H. M. GR03TENOR, Main street, between Madisen and Monroe. mar2T-dawEm TO TIIE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF JAMBS MILLSON, formerly of Clncin rati, Ohio, would respectf nlly announce to the cltlxens ef Memphis that he has opened a BLEACHING aad PRESSING Establishment en Union street, near DeSoto, where Bonnets, Flats, Glpsey and Gents' Hats will be done in the best style for thoae who favor him with their patronage. Also. Bonnets dyed and pressed tor tores, at low prieet. riease give nun a cm, on Cnloa street, rear Desoto. raai2S 3m -v rirs 9 r ... -iv aw ucaaacaa z luati VARIOUS brand, from lbs best Extra to Superfine, for sale by B. MERBILL, bcem lisia firstk TO MERCHANTS. WE reepectfnlly call your attention lo our extensive stock of Hardware. Cutlery. Gnas, French Window Glass, Nails, Castings, MetaU, and all other articles in our line suited to the trade of this section of country- most et waicn nas eitneroeen imparted by as direct from Europe, or selected from the best factories ia Amerlea by our partner resident In the East. The recent addition of another store to our premises, enabled aa te establish a conv.nlcnt WHOLESALE SAMPLE ROOM. entirely disconnected from the retail branch f our trade, ana we reel 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 acxempameo. wiia ue casn. LOWNE3, ORG ILL fc CO., II aad 14 Front Row. Jans New Terk Once, 41 Putt street. ClilBCse Sagar Cane and Prolific Fca. -tUINESK SUGAR CANE This most valuable slant W will arrive at perfection, aad fully ripen IU seed, it planted any time befoie the middle of June. We have. on sale, genuine seed, from D. Redmsnd, editor ot the ooutaern uuiuvator. ALSO, the new Chinese Prellfie Pea. the most Brain e tlve variety known. Price of each, $t per package or. It sent per mall, pre-paid, (1 . Circulars furnished gratis. Address, with plain directions for mailing er snipping, LUWNES, UROILL fc CO , apll daw Memphis. Tena Three Thousand Kess Nails. BT recent heavy additions to our stack, we have now on hand ovr Three Thousand kegs Boston and ether warranted b'anda of assorted Nails and Spikes, which we offer to the trade, in regularly assorted lots, at ex ceedingly low rates ror caia. L0WNE3. ORGILL fc CO., aplS-daw l j and 11 Froat Row, Sheet an Hood Iron. O fi ft BUNDLES Sheets, assorted. No. II to it : s JJ 20 bundles Hoops asa'ted, ti to 2 Inches wWe. LOWNES. ORGILL fc CO.. spl2-da 13 and 14 Front Row. New Cora and Ob Crusher. WE now have the most efficient i Crasher, fnr !. mAn.. than ha. ever before been offered In ar.y jmarm. It will mske Meal and ( Hominy, and crush the Corn and Cob p-Tfectly, and has takes the premium la every contest. LOWNES, ORGILL fc CO., 13 and 14 Front Row. ap!2-daw SUPERIOR FISHING TACKLE! 1 ENTLEMEN who desire to provide themselves with JT a good outfll for Summer Pishing, Are Invited to call and select from our aew and rare stvck, the following articles of the chdeest styles and qualities : walking cane Rods, assorted patterns J French Rods, 3, 4 and 5 Joints ; English Rods, 3, 4 and 5 Joint. ; Artiflrial Fliet, Minnows, Mace, and every other variety of Artificial Bait ; German Silver and Brass Reels, Snell Books Ssndwlch Boxes and Dram Flasks ; Lines of Silk, Linen. Sea Grass and Cotton. ALSO, a complete stock, comprising every slxe of Holyoake's Superior Cat Steel, LlaerKk, Cheatertown, Ylrgmia, aurby ana Carlisle nsa hooks z LOWNE-4, OBGILL fc CO , mar2T 13 and 14 Frunt Row, Memphis, Tenn. Ploughs! Ploughs! TTJST RecelvcoCheavy shipments of Ploughs, embracing J various sizes of "Livingston County," amongst which are several hundred of the celebrated No. 11. Also Double Mould-board, Sub-soil, HlU-side, Harrowa, Cultivators, and an endless variety ot and necessary Agricultural aad Horticultural Implements far particulars of which, see our Illustrated Catalogue, furnished grata at onr store. LOWNES, ORGILL fc Co., Janl 13 and 14 Front Row. RICH'S Fire - Proof Sales I ! FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS ! AT the great Are which broke out In Warren and Murray , streets. New Tork, 9th November last, where prop erty to ine amount of 600.000 ! ! was destroyed, several of these Safe's were tested with results similar to the following : New Toar. Nov. 11. ISM. Ms. EaiTOB: In the fire at No. 33 Warren-street, on the morning of the 9th lnst.. our most valuable books ana papers were exposed for IS hours In one of Stearns fc Marvin's Plre-Frocf safes. We say Are proof, not because they are so labeled, but because we have so proved them. Our hooka aad papers came out uninjured, save the binding of the books, occa sloned by steam. Our store was five stories above ground, and two sto ries below, occupied from cellar to garret. The intensity et the heat caa be attested by any fireman who witnessed It. No furnace could be contrived by the Ingenuity of man to create a more intense heat. We voluntarily give this tribute to the value of these Safes, and select your widely circulated comrasrslal Jaaraal to Inform the mercantile contra unity what estlnate to place upon Stearna Mar vin's Wilder Patent Salamander Sues. Respectfully, HATILAND, BARREL fc RISLET, Wholesale Bruggists, Ia this rnnnexton the Manufacturers write as: ' We have made these Safes over 14 yea's have sold over 9.600 Had 215 tested In accidental flres la the United Slates and Canada, and never yet had a customer to lose a dollar by Are from one ot them. We thlak they have earned a high reputation, as they are readily sold here In preference. t other Safe's at 25 to 60 per cent less price." A full stock kept constantly on hand by LOWNES, ORGILL fc CO. Agents for Stearna fc Marvin, $100 REWARD. RAN AWAT from the subscriber, at Bowie's AjU Point, Tunica county, Miss., three negro men, Wf to-wlt: TL i T(1M. black, seed afaont 23 vears. about llve'i feet eleven inchea high, thick under lly, and rather slow of speecn. weigns adorn 17a pounds. GEORGE, black, aged about -I years, about six feet high, we J made. Cue countenance, and weighs about ISO pounus. WILSON, black, aged about 22 years, about 5 f set 9H or 10 Inches high, weighs about ISO pounds, has a slight aerect in nis wa:x ai ir nts teti were eore. It taken out et the Stale, and lodged in Jail at Mem phis, I will pay the above reward. It within the Stale, aaa secured so 1 get inem, atty dollars E. W. DALE, maris dawtf Bowie's Point, Tunica cunty. Miss. Cabinet Jflalcers axd UNDERTAKERS Maln-st., Old Stand, First Seer below Monroe, f TS otiett permanent itand In tht City,) TTATE constantly oa hand all sixes ot Patent Melall 173 Burial Cases, which they line and pnt op alr-llvht, in the best manner Also, all kinds of Wood aa-.' Clou Coveie I Coffins, which ther sell at a fair mice. Orders from the country promptly attended lo. Fur niture made and repaired, and upholstering done. oc4-ly A GREAT SPECUL.ATIOX! PEARL WOUK UPON GLASS. NOTICE li hereby given te all whom it may concern, that the undersigned is the Patentee, having the ex clusive and sole right to manufacture and vend SHAW'S PATENT PEAItL WORE, being an entirely new and neaaiit ui mode of ornamenting glass in Imitation of pear wjrk, by an original design and proeese. lmaartlna a brllllaat, vai legated appearance to the surface of the Glass. It is admirably adapted to lettering apon signs, show cards, fcc , fcc , being lmpervioos to water, daraUe ana lasting, and cheaper In execution than ordinary palu ting, and can be learnt ia one hour. Any Infrlngem'nt upon my patent will hs croseccied to the extent ef the law. Persons whodeslre to purchase aiaieoriniumyiitgaii, eitner ia Tennessee, Arkansas or Miisisslppl, can apply to J. M. SHAW fc CO.. corner of Bank Avenue and Madison street, Memphis, Trna., wtu arc iuuj .ubuuiixa 10 act lor me. ' JEROME B. SHAW, apl-Im New Tork City. Fancy Prints. 250 n CASES Fancy Prints, new styles, oa hand and for sale cy JAME-s LOW fc CO.. marll 418 Main streets, Loalsvllle. Xy. Lawns. . CASES Fancy Lawns, on hand for sale by JAMES LOW fc CO.. 100 mar3I 413 Main street, Louisville, Ky. French Jaconets. 15 BALES printed French Jaconetls, very handicrne styles, on nana ana ror sale by JAMES LOW fc CO., martl 418 Main street, Lonlsvllle, Ky. Crepe DVEspagae. j CASES Crepe D'kspagne, assorted colors ; ) 1 case Satin Striped and Challl; 1 casetPlgured and Chain; on hand and for salebv JAMES LOW fc CO.. marSI 41S Main street, Loalsvllle, Ey. De Bece. ' CASES X De Bege, 10 cases 4-4 De Bege. oa hand and ;o for sale by JA-HK3 luw acu, mar3l 41S Mala street, Lonlsvllle. Xy. Bleached Cottons. nrn OASES Bleachea unions, on nana ana ser saie ky ZOJ JAMES LOW at CO.. mar31 ajaatain street, Lonisvuie. xy. Striped Osnaburgs ! r r BALES Striped Osnaburgs, on hand and for sale by 10 JAMES LOW fc CO., marSl 413 Main street, Louisville, Ky. Linen Pant S tun's! 50 CASES Plain and Twilled Linen Pant Stuffs, on hand and for sale by Jaaca luvt a. CO., marll 41S Main street, Loalsvllle, Ky. Sea Island Brown Cotton! 4fr BALES Sea Island Brown Cottrn, on band and foi lUU sale If JAMES LOW fc CO.. marSI m Mam street, Lonlsvllle. xy. Hosiery! rnnn DOZEN Hose and Half Uos, en band and for UUUU saleby JAMES LOW fc CO . marll 41s Main street, Louisville, Ky. Just Received. CASKS Booth & Sedgwick's London Cordial Gin, by H. H. POTTER. Main street. Third door North Worshara House. 150 febtt juijvce pies: MIISTCE PIES ! FRESH and hot MINCE PIES are to be had every day at STOeo2a.tTaS on Madlfoa street, and famines serTM regularly, on the shortest netlce, with a superior article. Parties furnished with Cakes, Confections, Wines fcc, en the shortest notice, aad In BFKCHT3. usual good ttyle. Give bis oU. ovJ7-dtf C. K HO 1ST & SON, ashs anil jafioiutge Ilnnlrn Tat Vvam. w iT.-nM. "DENTON'S Abridgement ot the Debates of ctngresa t u-w. a can mug united slates senate. tm vnlt t Vf1rflr!apmTMtwWr.f,f n.nt.i n... . . -, ; - ncwtizr, two vois.i Webster! Wtrks.8 vols.; John O. Calhoun s Works, t vols.; Kane Arctic Explorations, two vols.; Catltn's Sen a American Indians, 2 vols Campbell's Lives ef the Lord Chancellors, 7 vols : Cimpben's Lives of the Chief Justices, S vols ; ' VI.. wwui AU1UQ Bancreft'e Hlstorr of .he CnlUd Stat, it wrj. The British Essayists. 3 vela : Daycklnck a Cyclopedia ot American LHeralKe.S vols : Irvlag's Life of Washington, g vols.; Spark's American Biography, IS vols. Selections (or Sabbath Reading. For sale I y apix CLEAVES fc GCION. IXTERESl IIVG BOOKS. THEODOSI A ERNEST, Volume, 1 1 Or, Ten Days' Tra vel In Search of the Church. The Giant Killer t Or. The Battle Which AH Mnst Fight. Scampavlas from Gibe! Tarek to Stambonl. br Lieut. Wise, C 3. Jf. Fifty Tears In Both Hemispheres: Or. Reminiscences of the Life of a Former Merchant, by Vincent Nolte, late ef New Orleans. Chambers' History ot the Russian War. liiX-'I6. with Maps. Flans and Wood Engravlsgs. vunis' wotks, 6 vols., embracing Nile Notes, Howadjl ia ayria, rotipnar rspers, ana Prue ana I. uatuns- --.ortn American Indians, 2 vols. Charles Lamb's Works, 4 vols. nocd's Works, 4 vols. Fer sale by p3 CLEAVES fc GTJION Webster's Private Correspondence, WITH Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences, containing al.o a Biographical notice ot Eaeklej weuiier. two vols., Svo. A new Lite of Sammerfleld, by William W. WHlett ; Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee. In two volumes: The Miser, Ricketicketack, aad the Peor Gentlt man ; Three Tales la one volume br nendrtek Oanonsdeaos : roems or nenry waasworta Longfellow complete tn two volumes. TTevr Juveniles. The Castaways! or, the Adventures ot a Fsmlly la the Wilds of Africa, Illustrated; The Play-Dsy Book, New Stories for Little Folks, ky Fan ny Fern ; Chanticleer, A Thanksgiving SUry ot the Feabody Fami ly, by Cornelius Mathews, with 111 nitrations, by Darley: Onr Grandmother's Stories, aad Aunt Kate's Fireside memories. Just received and ror aale by Jan34-daw CLEAVES fc GTJION. LIST OF LATE PUBLICATIONS roa sale ar Cleaves V Guion. rnHE Artist's Bride: or. Tte Pawnbroker'a Heir, bv J. Eateraa Bennett, author of "Prairie Flower," fcc. Old llaan, the Pawnbroker ; or. The Orphan's U gacy ; A Tale ot New Tork. Founded on Facts : Inquire Within for Anything Tou Want to Know; or. Over Three Thousand aad Seven Hundred Facta worth knowing; The Golden Legacy; A Story of Life's Phases, pro nounced to be oae of the best nereis written by a laoy; ATh-ee-foldTestot Modern Spiritualism; by William j uoraon, 11. u.; SUverwood ; A Book of Memories ; Ksthle Brande; A Fireside History of a Quiet life; The Poetical Works of Horace Smith and James Smith ; authors of the "Rejected Addresses, '"with Por traits and Biographical Sketch ; .edited fey Epea Sar gent ; Parlor Dramas ; er. Dramatic Scenes tor Home Amuse ments , by Wm. B. Powle. maris CLEAVES fc GTJION. DOESTICKS AGAIN. rjlHE History and Records of the Elephant Cab; com- X Piled rrom Aninentic Documents now tn tae posses Hon of the Toologlca! Society, by Me, Knight Russ Ock- slde, M. D., and Me, q. K. Philander Doestlcks, P. B. This being the veritable aad veracious history of the doings and misdoings of the Elephant Club. With the minute and particular narrative of what they; did. To which la addi d a complex and elaborate description ot what they did'nt. Containing, also, the exultant record ot ibelr memorable success la eventually obtaining each aad every oae. A tight of the entire and unadulterated Animal, t torn the primitive hair cn his attenuated pro boscis to tae last nnx of nis symmetrical tan. The Humors ot Falcoabrldge t A Collection of Humor ous and Every Day Scenes By Johnathan F. KeQey. Lake Ngaml ; or. Explorations and Discoveries during Four Tears' Wanderings in tne Wilds ot Southwestern Africa, with numerous THusiratlons, rept-sen ting Sport ing Adventnres, Subjects or Natural History, Devices ror destroying Wild Animals, fcc. Beaumarchals aad His Times. Sketches of French Society la the Eighteenth Century, frsm Unpublished Documents. Little Darrlt. By Charles Dickens. Cloth and paper bound, ror sale by Janl-daw CLEAVES fc GUION. JUST RECEIVED. A FEWcopIeaof "WASHINGTON CROSSING THE fi DELAWARE " Painted by E. Leutie, aad engraved byPaulGlrardet. A large assortment ef Prerh Llthoiraphs and StM Engravings, suitable for Greena Paintli.g, wen worthy the attention ot Teachers; those wishing, weald do wet to call early ana make selections. Late Books. Benton's Abridgement of the Debates In Congress frcm 1789 to 1796. bound In mr.sltn or law sheep. Daycklnk's Cyclopedia of American Literature, In two vols. Illustrated Fine ISme. Pocket edition of Longfellow's Poems. of Tennyson's . For sale by CLEAVES fc GTJION TRUSTEE'S SALE. TJT virtue of a trust deed executed by Abram Block to XJ me as Trustee, on the I2th dsy of September, ISM, n the following piece, parcel ur let of ground situated, lying acd being In the city of Memphis, (formerly partly in south uempni ana Bauer's aaanionj sceioy cnunty Tennessee, and bounded ana ascrtoed as follows, to wit Begins Ing at a stake on the eait side of Main street, one hundred and twelve and a half feet northward from Ihe northeast corner of Msin and EHlott streets ; thence with the east side of Main street In a northward direction S4 Net and one Inch to an alley to a stake ; thence tooth wardly with the west side of said alley farty-three feet nine inches to a stare: inencr north .6'i west, one naa dred and sixty-two feet to Main street, the h-. ginning cor ner, as will full! appear from ssld deed Culy registered in the Register's oQeeot Shelby county, aferessld, on the lath day of September, ISM, ia Book Ne. 25 pages S35, SSS and 537 ; the object and purpose ot said deed being to secure the pr.mpt and punctual payment of certain notes therein sreoined. and the said notes being due and unpaid; new tn consideration of the power and authority la me vested, and the non-payment ef said nolea so secured, I will proceedtoaellsaidlot to the highest bidder for cash, In front ef the Post Office lathe city of Memphis on the Bthdayof May. 1337 Redemption expressly walvd by said Trust. The title Is deem'd perfect. I convey as Trustee only. ap5-td R. X. TDRNAGE.rustee TRC TEE'S SALE. TN pursuance of a Deer of Trust execaud to me by R JL V. Richardson, for '-he benefit of C. D. McLean, da ted the 13th day ot December, ISoo, at.d duly recorded la Ihe Register's office of the county ot Shelby and State of Tennessee, I will proceed to te 1 fer cash, at pub Ic sa'e at my Aucloa Room, at 11 o'c ock. on TTJESDAT. the 7th lay of Apiil, 1857. the foilewmg described property-i and known and des-ribed in c. I- Mclean's sub-division a lots No. 9. 10, II, IX, 15 and IS. and bounded as follows Beginning at the intersection ur tn- east 1 we or cjjran Avenue with the centre of the Memphis andGermtntorn Plankroad, the n'rthwest corner of lot No. 9; theta eutwardly with the centre of eeW Plaakroad eight hut dred leetfSOO feet) to the northeast coraer of lot No 12; thnce southwardly a paralM lice with McL'aa'a Ave nue Icht hundred aad seventy-two feet to the north sld of aa avtnue forty feel wide; thence west wardly wHL the north side of said avenue fjur hundred feet t th sonthrtsi corner of lot No. Ii; thence northwardly et the dividing line between lot No 14 and 15 h! rut'Ie with McLean's Avenne four b imlr d aad ihir y fi Ivei to the northwest corner ot 11 No 15; th.ncr wes-waitll a parallel with thecntreot thePtankruad forea! torn hunderdfeet (400 lettl to tne soothwrM c. n-r ef lot No nine (No. 9) en the eatt side of McLraa Avenue fou- hurdreasnu tntrty-six reel (tss re.tj u ine ixriBBtBg; twelve acres, fig acres: msre or less. The title to the above prep-rty 1 believed to be good, bntlwillonli convey such title as i- veiled in meat Trustee Ail right of redemption Is .tr-y waived bj the terms ot the Deed ot Trust mar26-tds G. B. LOCKE, Trustee. Trustee's SaJe. TJTJRSTJANT le a Deed of Trust, ru.d- and neied Into X oa tot loth day of ebraary, a n 1 is Ttwmai J. Cogswell and Anna M.'Cogswell L.? trr. wlfrtla I am appelated Trustee, for certain pi-pe la said devd set farth, I will proceed to sell at pi.b v arii a f.r a-h. In front of G. B. Locke's aac-lea st- r mi Sf.ia -i.eet. In the cllynf Memphis. Tennenwe FttlUAT. I.l day of May, 1S37, lo the blgneat bid rt for cash, the fol lowing described piece or paieei or gr-na. iiitg teing and situate la the city of Mempbi. sal st.te of Tenure lee. to-wlt : Said lot or parcel of rr i.m.1 I lra and dssiznated as the lot of grounndl -t to I jt .T.yhra Robinson by W. L. Vance, and h tiD-t d as f4 ews. viz : Begiinlng at a stake on the ao:th lie i f IVal etrn-t. about sixty feet east of lite eastern balk f Haysu day- oso ; thence eutwardly with the n .1 ih te of B-sI tree! thirty feet to a stake ; th:nce nortbwaidly at right angl.a wkb Beal street one hnncred and fl'tyfiet to an alley thence westwardly with said alley thlity fet ta stake. and t heat e southwardly to thebagiaiune bring south wst comer of Block No. 64 of the S a b M mphls sub division. I will convey said property to the purchaser la as full and complete a manner aa I ean a. T, u.tre, and not In any other way. II C. CLKKB, apl-td Trattre Clerk's Sale of Valuable City Property. Fraier Titas, Louisa V. Nelson 1 . .,,. s.iiK vf va-it. n.nr. 1 Kx-Parte petition to by tSrlr wardlsn and a,xt f &u,e friend J. M. Proviae. J "'- PDRSTJANT to a Decree of Ike Circuit Court of Shelby county, rendered at the S pt ember Term, ISIS, In the aoove caua , 1 wiu, oa SATURDAT, TIIE 2D or MAT, 1857, on the premises, la the rt r or Memphis, proceed to tell to the highest bidder, a valoatde Lot of Giound, being part of Lots 138, 137 and 13S fronting 34 teel IK inches on Exchante Square, and running back east I43K feet to .Main stre-i, m tae city of Meaiihis, ecun-y of Shelby aad State ot Teaasssee. Txkms or Sale. One third cash: baltnee on a credit of one and two years in etnal Insta'ment... Pur chaser to execute bond security for the unpaid purchase money, an I a Hen will te retained on the Lot until anal payment Is made. Nevertheless, ssld Lot win !. offered at private sale upon the above terms, until the above time, when, if a suitable purchaser Is aot found, sail Lot will be sold as aforesaid. For tartlculars, call on Fraxer Titus, J. M. Proviae. er me. marM-tda M D L. SiEWART, Cl-rk, fce. FREESE & FLOWERS' MERCANTILE COLLEGE Ho. 338 Main Street, Bet. Union and Giro so, TW. friTVPE KT Vf3T 'A'JXTXtt., 'S now open fur the reception of Students. Everything L that Is taught In any Institution of a similar kind In the United States can be learned here. Tho course t m braces Single and Double Entry Boot-Keep Ids, Penman ship. Commercial Law. commercial rorms and Calcula tions, Banking, Wholesale and Retail, Commission, Steamboat, Manufacturing, fcc Students are not taught tn classes ; they are instructed individually and siparately ; there will be no detention on aceonat of classes. It takes bat a few weeka to com plete the course. The hours of instruction win be from 9 to 12 a. sr., and from 2 to 5 r. St. Also, Evening Lessons from T to 9. TERMS: For full course, time aallmlted...... $05 00 For partial course.. 23 00 For Penmanship, time unlimited IS 00 Far " twenty lessons................ S 00 For further particulars, addreaa FREESE fc FLOWERS, fsHO-lm Proprietors. ittSual. 3ET XT 21 Xs 33 BT ' JS GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARJLLA, AWAVDXD Ux OCTOBER, A the bett ani only genatm compound of thi' ww rwwra ia tat pusiic. LOUISVILLE ASHTJXJ, EXHI3ITI03. THIS wonderful preparation, so Jastty appreciated ky the American people, baa now become the staatard remedy of the age. The afflicted bear testtmcnr f Its marvelous properties, and the unhappy, pain-Wwrr aad exnausiea succTers rejoice mere is help, when all uv failed. Out of the hundreds of cases scatterec -set Mississippi, Alabama, Wisconsin, Mlasouri, lndlu- and jkcuiucxy, a nas never in a single instance Leca u.ia to fall, and wlR care, beyond all dnbt : Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Scrof ula or King's Eva, Af fections of the- Bones, Syphilis, Debility, Habitual Costlvesess, Sryatpe last Pulmonarr Diseases. Unr rtomnl.hst rBg' female Irregularities, Fistula, Skin Dlseas .luiirjs, mna as a great, ana pow erful Tonic, purifying the Blood, andlavtgeratlagthe entire System. This medicine, thostzh treiimt at trrrnl nmia i ncverthelass within the reath of poor as weB a race, and locked apon by the community aa the greatest, tbaiiuc ever Conferred en mankind. Dr. T. A. HUE LET'S Maaufaefjirr. mnwr r nth aad Greene streets. Louisville, Ky., where aU - lOtrs mast be aid rested. For sale by E. F. FARNS a-ORTTl . rn r,A rtr. 1 v. DLER fc CO., MemphU, Teaaesaee, and. DrugHta thrnughotrt the United States and Canadaa. race gi per oottie. or six fer $5. sep21-dawiy Purify your Blood! THE CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF I KL LOW DOCK Is the sovereign remedy fer aK Metes rial Affections, Scrofula, Swelling of the Joints, Rhea, matlsm, fce. As a Liver Medicine, it has ao equal. Hs alterative eSect on the system, in addition to Ha beiar a purely Vegetable Preparation, adapts It to almost jy Chronic Affection where an alterative medicine la re quired. For Eruption 1 on the Skin, Otd Dicers, Dy.pep six, and Nervous Headache, It has no successful com petitor among the nostrums of the day. Al a 1'imait Utdicint it vrill be found invaluable. X3 Par sale only by CHANDLER fc CO., sept-lawly Draggists aad ApothecarVt. Odd Fenows Hall Block. Men - CHANCERY SALE OF A VALUABLE BRICK. RESIDENCE. PURSUANT to a Decree ef the Chancery Ceurtet Mem phis, rendered la the esse ef Wm. A. Bickfasd ea. Walter Coleman and others, I wis, cn Thursday, April 23d, 1857, In froat ot my oflce, la the city ef Memphis, pMcevf to sell to the highest bidder, a Valuable Iiot and Besidence, la the city of MemphU, sttaateen the Seer he it caewer ot Washington aul Third streets, f rentisg eaTMr4sStet thirty feet, and running back and fronting oa WafctBg toa street oae haadrtd and forty-eight feet te taeam. The improvements consist of a large three tory Brstk Residence, recently erected, aa exeefeLt Cittern, .srl other Improvements, aB In geod order aad eendliha. Terms of Sate Three thousand deHars ts be pH cash, balance in two eqaal instalments, at six aad iwrtw months from day of sale, with Interest freea date, pur chaser to execute notes w'ta approved secarity. Rreuf tlon barred. JOHN C. LAN1EK. mar25-dawtd Clerk aad Mattoe. CHAXCERY SALE OF Valuable Real Estate AND IMPROVEMENTS IN SOTJTS TvrwTvrvii-i rcg. PURSUANT to a decree ef the Chancery Ooart al Meat phis, rendered November Terra, 1S5S. la the ease f WlliamE. BatlT vt. James Banks, Elizabeth B.ali. and others, I will on Thursday, April 23, 1S57, In front of mvcftVe In the dty of Memphis, proceed lo sell to the highest bidder, A Valuable Lot and Besidence in S. Memphis, Situated oa the comer ot Shelby and Overten sir".. Said lot being bound, d as follows : Beginning at a slake at the point where the wet sMe ot Shelby street Interests the north side of Ovetluu street, running thence aorthwsrdty with Shelby ster-l 271 feet, to an alley ; thence west with said aBey HO snr to the northeast corner ot a tot owned by E. A. F. Lava lett; thence soath 271 feet to Overten street; rheaeewt a Overton street 100 feet to the begtanisg together wt IT all the improvements thereon consisting of a csnsfnera ble Framed Res kleace and other valuable tmprovraseaSs. Terms orSui The above mentieaed Lot aad h provemeits will be sold on a credit seven, twelve aad eighteen months la equst Instalments, the purchaser execute satisfactory nates for the purchase money. Re demption barred. JOHN C. LANIBR. marS-dawtds Clerk aad MaMer CHAXCERY SALE OF VAIiVABIiE LAND Xear Mempliis. PURSUANT to a oecre of the Chaaeery Cesrt at Umu phts rendered November Te m 1856, ta the raw- t B. F. Miller and B. A. Massy, admtnist raters of Vt. W. MlKer, decM, tt. The Heirs and Creditors ot sahl Miter, I wlfl on Thursday, April 23, 1S57, In front of my erase la the city st Memphis, proceed sell to the highest bidder, A Valuable Lot or Tract of Lawl, Containing about 2K acres, lyiBg on the new Rasrbih roaa, near . u-nij IH Trinrmi mf n -ir r- nr " ftt, lana oa wnica nanz n . jsitteri9nB7ty hiiuni. ALSO At the same time and place, I win seK to highest bidder, a reversionary taterest la one aer mt Isnd adjoining the above, being the portion of raM lr.t ot land allotted to the widew ef said W. W. MMer. Tsn above mentioned lots are located in a good nNflhbsrsw.il aad lie just wlthoot the corporate limits. Terms or Sale One half of purchase money la C months, balance la 12 months. Parchasers to rxewato bonds with approved security with a lien retainer eat tke . premises. A plan of the Lots caa be seen at my etVcr ky those who may wish to examine. JOHN C. LANIER, raarI2-dawtds Clerk aad Maeeer. CHAXCERY SALE OF ValnaMe Keal Estate EAST OP MEMPHIS. PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at Mrat. phls, rendered November Term, 1858, Is the c rr f A M. Ferxason, executor ot Thomas Walsh, decease!, rs. Alice Walth and others, I wlB en Tliursday, April 23, 1S57, In treat of my eace la the city of Memphis, proceed fu sell to the highest bidder, a certain tract or parcel of l.ud con tain lag a boot Three Acres, lying eatt snd near the city of Memphis, being a part et and tat of No. 69. on the plan ot aa handrrd sera tract t laad, laid sffand subdivided by John Wherry fer J 3. Claybrook, aad sltaated between the plank road aad a w Slate line road being tae northern part ef a six mso tract, upon which Dr. C. B. Gathrle formerly testdVw Trxais or Saix. The above described land W be sold on a credit of seven months ; purchaser to exrewta bond with approved security, with a lien retained da the premises. Redemption barred JOHN C. LANIBR, mara-dawti's Clerk aad Mar. Chancery Sale of Real Estate in Collierrille, Tenn. PURSUANT to a Decree ef the Chancery Court atM-at-phls rendered la the case ot Fergnsoa fc NetN and others, vt. Thomas O. Bass aad othera, 1 wig, ea Thursday. April 23d, 1857, In front ot my etace. tn the city of Memphis, prutent to sell to the highest bidder, A Valuable Lot of Ground in Col lierville, Tenn, Bounded and described as follows: Beglaaiag ia the sa.se Line Road, JO feet West of S. T. .Buford's Lot, man tut thence Westwardly 60 feet, thence Soathwardly I- 1. Adams' line, thence Sastwardiy toR. M. Bawtey. Bo, thence Northward to the beginning being She lo r parcel ot Land on which the Uaion House, la CoKierveFe. as formerly situated together with aB the imprutr aenls thereon. Tervu The above mentioned Lot aad lmproveats will be sold or a credit of seven months, purchase! W ex es jte bond with spprovel security, with a Hen letalanl on the premisea Redemption barred. marl9-dawt JOBS' C. LANIER, C. fc M. CHAXCERT SALE OP A Tract Valuable ot liaml. PURSUANT to a decree ot the Chancery Court at Mem phis, readered November term, 1S5C, la the ow of James T. Leath vt. Joseph R. Ferguson and Richatd M lUt by, I will, on Thursday, April 23, 1S5T, In front of my office In the dty or Memphis, proceed to sell to the highest bidder, ' A Valuablo Tract of Land, Containing about 301 acres, lying In Shelby county, Ten nessee one parcel or division of which Is bonaded as follows: Beginning at a hlcvory marked W. P., running lte with Prudea's, formerly Farley's southern bouaitaiy, south 81 degrees, west 101 poles and 19 links, ta a stoka near a black gum; thence with his line north S arntm west 13 poles to a stake near a sweet gum on the road (now plank road) frcm Raleigh to Somervllle; thcui e along aaid road south. SI degrees west (9 poles to a sta.e oa the west sld- ot a branch ; then south 6 degrees a.t. 13 poles to a stake ; thtnee south St degrees west SI pe-i, to a stake; thence south, 6 degrees east, 113 poles, to a stake In Jamers n's northern boundary Use; ihenetwttn same line north 81 degrees east, 13 poles, to a whHe e.t, his corner; thence with his line south, ( degtees e-a-l. It poles to a stake, hit corner, near a red bud pointer t the eld camp ground ; thence with his line north, 81 -greea east, crossing Hurricane Creek, in all 83 poles t a stake, his corner; thence with his line smith, 6 d.grs eatt, 62 po es, to a stake, near two hickory and gum poias ers ; thence notth, St degrees east, 1SS poles to a s- as. Ih Ward's western boundary, at the north end or Park's line; thence with Ward's line, crossing the T-tt Tin , poles to the beginning containing 300 hundred acres nsuo or less, being the same tract of land conveyed by AJtm R. Alexander to Thoma. Ancerson, deceased, and by his heirs to complainant Leath. The other division or parcel of said tract contains atwit four acres, ami adjoins the above mentioned tract, b-tg a parcel ot land conviyed by George Farley to Thomas An derson, deceased. Terms or Sale. The above mentioned Ian la we be sold on a credit of seven months, purchaser to exeewa bond with approved security, with a 11' n oa the prauLti redemption barred. rj"al at II o'ciocx, a. sr. JOHN 0. LANIER. marH-dawtda Clerk and Ma.tff- I HATE just received some of thoe ei. gant FRENCH BOURDOIR PIANOS, from the celebrated Plan Factory -t " Ekaxo, " at Paris and London, asd r. fer them for sale. I keep those splendid llttl okcans. called Seraphlne, with from ten to thirteen stops, and all the latest lmprovi ments. These are known to be the Nt Instruments for Churches, Lodges and School Rooms. AH testrnmepts sold by me a.e warranted tor Ave yeara. KJ-Tuning and Repairing of Planes. Violins, Organ,. Melodeons, etc, etc., done in a wiikmanllke manner at moderate prices. LT I do not pretend to give lessons ea anr aranlwi anJ Tariety cf Instruments. HENRT fl. nnr.T.KvnitTta lUMatniimt,.