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Clark & Co.
A Good Chance for a Profitable
I WISH U 21V fee; cftGroundc the south side of
Adams street, adjoining the bayou Z
1 n's Fomdr)tn "Hich there li a good Dwelling Bow
ootatalng 8 Rooms, -with 2 Cistern and all "tL'e"
c it houses necessary tot family purposes Also.j Br
i econd story aid 2 Stoies to the first with
tern The .bore propertyU off-red tor
r jutrsct BEtn the lit of next month, either Jf V"
jubdivisiento tult purchasers If not sold at bt;e
5t willbesoW to the highest bidder for J'"-0'
Lalance none and tiro yean. JAJica
MOST DESIRABLE L.OTS
PIVE Lots on Alabama road, adjoining the Property of
Mr Marsh Miller, and nearly opposite the residence
t San. Jlo.br. Esq., fronting on Alabama road 60 feet
MtttroninbackWSx fee'. This la a mo.t desirable
ttoYior residences, in a ztosl heallhy past of the city,
nd win be add In lou t- suit purchasers. ,.
ALSO, in feet on Market atreet. immediately 0PS?
thtresidence of P. Tltn.. Esq-. rmOt :hUt tome 180
feet, noon whicn H a dweUlnt and oetbonses, WIL4
cStViTwIth a choice .ejection of fruit tes
fining to secure sites for faraUy residence. contloon.
e, tbe tn.lne.i portion of the city would do -ell to male
application. Tena,0B MAMARA,
ar16-2w AtE.M Apperson fc Co '
REAI ESTATE FOR SAM.
I HATE for itl nine acre, oi a "i;V7 .
. . . ... - v. .ml r.hmrlMtnn RAlruad.
Pz5Stabo.t two mile, ana a nair irom ooui. -"i"-' -
Those desiring cheap property, on easy terms,
will consult their interest in applying rrltowmTE
xxj.lt At Phillips &. White's, 233 Main street.
rnHE south half ef Lot No. 42, .fronting 37 K feet on
rT.!c..,.. .ndrenninirback 143X feet. On
. -fTtttt ,. , .mill comfortable house. The term.
Apply to G. B LOCKE,
rT"lf Auctioneer and Seal Estate Broker.
Lots at PriTate Sale. m
InrtTR far sale, upon easy terms, unimproved lata,
1 22 125?1S6;iOS,1M;13I, 132. Improved Lota,
,69 and 170 being on the plan of inbliTUton of Greenlaw.
Saffarrag, Looney fcSffe ffgg ;r,
Tbos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
I HATE for aale the BwMenee and I S3 acres of land
bulging trhoma. Peters. Esq.. lying en the State
L. eKoidand the Memphis and CharlestonEaUroad.
maUral ofMemphls, it Bray. SUtlon The improTe
mmU u ToTTdweTlng, built to Gothic Style. 9 large
JootidS small ones, with closets, .tor. t?.f.
XKchenT 2 rrants- rooms, cistern, well, stables and
barnTSrlate house, wagon shed, In short, It
1. Se of tie bt improved places l Shelby connty.aH
new and In perfect order. I win sell the lmprjorments
SZsiX acres of land, or aU together. "
2eH thi stock of sheep, hogs, and cattle, corn, foJJer, oats
anVporughtered'and packed in the A
bargain wia b. giren. Apply to Thos. Petm. the
VTsi'CZU Acctioneer and Beai Estate Broker.
" suburban Residence for Sale.
IOFFEE for aale, upon good terms, the former Resi
dence of O. P. Elng, Ei., lying on the north Ue rt
the new State-line road, a mile and U half east of the
city The tract contains 11 arres, and is lmproTid with
amaU residence ol three rooms, well and oaer improve.
AUo. a f oar acre wood lot, nearly opposite, pis tract
It within three quaaters of a mile ot a good church and
mOiM, ana i. m m "J
hood, in the vicinity of Memphis. G-B;
MTH Anctluneer and Heal Estate Broker.
n' vjinderfile strw t. ontslde the corporation.
NINE ACHES OF LAND, which has oeen oc-
enninl for rears by a Gardener. Ontbeprera-
ia ft SQuil eveiuiv, wut.uius 1 . VJ .
.. . . . i .,.1.1.. Innr nAtTI.
There is alto a'good orchard, and a fine grape arbor. Ap
ply Immediately to
A WARE CHANCE.
ntrro tar-nic as favorable terms and at a low rce.
J. my PLANTATION of 500 acres of the beat quality of
MisMtslppl bottom land, all greatly above overflow, 10
unlet west of Memphis, on the plank roads 100 acres of
cleared Lane and a new doubto-trame House with suit-
abla cEoes. Apply at It place to
PETER LEONARD, or to
tem.tf DANIEL HUGHES, Memphis
The Best in the "World
CAN oe done bv thce wbo wish to purchas
City Property, orb. indaome Country Residence.
in the suburbs, on some oi iai -u v
had a flue nesldence, ready for occupation.
Terms liberal, and title good. Arply to
ortl7.tf CHARLES P. McLKAN
TTn: .abscriber offers for sale the tract of land
nnbirti fc io resides, lu Haywood county.
aTennessee, through which the Jiempau ana uuio
-Railroad passes. Salt tract contains about four
tBoosand acres. Th improvements consul or a nne
fniM dwellinc. with ten rooms, negro quarter.. iu
rtiMM. a tine steam and grist mill, good orchards,
and all the necessary improvements fora large farm, or
can be conveniently dlvld-d into several small ones. For
health and fertility of loll this place is unsurpaswd by
any la taeeanntry. For runner parucniara appiy w
inbtcriberncie premises. ..r.
dtcMWasS THOS. SHAPARD
"ggghs anD glafiontrge
iinniis for Everv Library.
BENTON'S Abridgement of the Debate, of Congress;
Benton's Thirty Years in the United Slates Senate,
Private Correspondence of Daniel Webster, two vols.;
Webster. Wcrks. 6 vols.;
John C Calhoun's Works, S vols.;
anes Arctic Explorations, two vols.;
CUin's N.nh American Indians. 2 vls.;
Campbell's Uvea of the Lord Clanzellors, 7 vols.;
rMi Live, or the Chief JssUcra, 2 vols.;
.Mix Strickland. Live, of the Qaeensof England, C vols.;
Bancroft'. History of .ne imua states, o vws.,
Thm Britlth KlsavistS. 3 Vols I
Duyckinck a Cyclopedia of American Llteratu:, 2 vols.;
Irving'. Life ef w at Clarion, a vol...
Spark's American Biography. 15 vols.;
Selections for Sabbath Beading. For ssle ry
P12 . CLEAVES &. GUIOK.
THB0D0SIA ERNEST. Volame 1 ; Or, Ten Days' Tra
vrt m Search ef the Chnrch.
The Giant Xi'lerj Or, The Battl. Which All Must
Ecampavias from Glbel Tartk to Stamboul, by Lieut,
"it-ii n. a. N.
fifty Tears in Both Hemispheres; Or, Remtelscences
ot the Life of a Former Merchant, by Yin cent Nolle, late
f New Orleans.
Chambers' History of the Russian War, lS5,-'56, with
Vane. Plana and Wood Engravings
Curtis' Works, 5 vols., ea.TaciBg IfBe Notes, HewadJI
in SyrU, Potiphar Papers, ana m ana i.
CatHns' North AmtrieanlBdlans, 2 vols.
Charles Lamb's Works, I vols.
Hood's Works, 4 veU. For sale by
p5 , CLEATES &. GUIOX.
I.IST OF LATE FCBLICATIONS
FOR SALE IT
Cleaves S? &uion.
THE Artist'. Bride; or, The Pawnbroker's Heir, by
Emerson Bennett, author of " Prairie Fkeer," &c
Old Hitn, the Pawnbroker; or. The urpnan-s legacy;
a Tale of New York. Pounded on Facta ;
Inquire Within for Anything You Want to Know; cr.
Over Three Thousand and Seven Ecndtvd Facte
The Gatden Leeacr: A Story of Life's Phases, pro-
nausced to be one of the best novels written by a
ATh'ee-foMTestof Modern Spiritualism; by William
R Gordon, D. D.;
SUverweod ; A Book of Memories ;
EathteErande: A Fireside HUtorr of a Quiet Idle;
Ihe Poetical Work, ef Horace Smith and Urges Smith ;
aethars of tie " Rieeted Addreses, ' with Por
traits aad Biographical Sketch ; edited Vy Epes Sar
gent; Parlor Dramas; or, Dramatic Scenes for Heme Amuse
ments ; ct wa. a. ravnt.
marl5 el LEAVES k GUIOK.
A FEW copies of "WASHINGTON CROSSING THF
fl DELAWARE " Painted by E. Leutze, and engraved
by Pad Glrardet.
A large assertment of French Lrlhocraphs and Steel
Engravings, serteMe for Grecian PatntKg, vreil worthy
the attention of Teachers; these waning, -wooM a wen
to can early and make selections.
Bestes's Abridgement of the Debates In Congress frni
1769 u 1796. boo nd In muslin or law sheep.
DsycklBk's Qyetopedla of American Literature, in two
Flee ISbm. Pedcet edit ten of LongleCew's Poems.
' -4 ofTennvaen'a "
For sale by CLEAVES h. GUI0S.
IMPROVE YOUR STOCK..
COD PROMISE win mak the present .easen tn
JJ5ray fstm in Fayette, and at S. W. Matoee's. In
Tiptgi. near Mason's Depot; stopping one day
intheweekiatheneightorhood ef Galloway' Switch.
on the Meotphls and Ohio Railroad. Having taken two
Premiems as theroagh-hrtd Stallion, and six of his colts
Premiaau at the District and County Fairs, Compro
mise can weu Uim patronage from those withug to im
prove their shick. or raise Premium Colts.
Marts from adlstancf sent to me or Mr. Malone wl
be properly attended to, and fed at $2 per week, but no
liability far accidents or eacapet.
Tt:&Mt Ssbaon 415; insurance $25; Groom fee flftT
cents. For pedlgre, ac, write to me, at Macen, or 3
W. Malene, Sharon.
Seasan vw dose st Malone's, 1st July; continued at
hsm. till Angnst. Cemp'omise will make a fall season
at U. Van's, KiilRicge, St. Francis county, Arkan
aas, oemmenemg 1st sepuaiwr
pW-twawlo J J. WILLIAMSON
TQT virtue of a trnat deed executed byAbram Block to
1 1 me as Trustee, on tne iztn day of September.
on the following piece, pareH or lot ef ground situated,
lying and being In the city of Memphis, (formerly partly
in South Mempul anu uuutri aaaiiioo, aneisy conniy.
Tennessee, anu Dosnoea ana aescnoea as follow., to wit
Begtaxlngatastakeontl.eeastsideot Main street, oae
hundred and twelve ana a nair reel nennwara rrcm the
northeast corner of Main and Elliott streets; thence with
the east sideot Main street in a northward direction M
wl and ess inch to an alley to a .take ; thence outb-
wardly with the west side of said alley forty-three feet
sine Inches to a stake ; meuce norm jo x- west, one Iran,
drrd and slxtv-two feet to Main street, theb ginning cor
ner, as wfll fall appear I rem said deed fuly registered in
the Register's office of Shelby cv.unty. aforesaid, on the
vh r September. 1S5S. in Bj k No. 25 races 635.
36 and 537; the object and purl cs J of .aid deed being to
aecurt the prampt and punctual payment of certain note,
ihrrrin tsiaed. and the said notes being dee and unpaid;
new la consideration of the power and authority in me
Tested, and the pon-paymeni oi Bare notes so arcurru, i
.nm- W to reH said lot to the hlshtst bidder for cash,
In front ef the Peat Office in the city of Memphis on the
8th day of May. 1BS7
Redemnllas einressly waived by said Trust. The title
if deemed porf ect, I convey as Trus' ee only.
ap5-td E. g. TURNAGE, Trnslee,
CORNER OP CHICKASAW AND JACK50N-STS
Arit fn r v Vartrr. Cldtr and Wlnea of all ktnds
X) manufactured by the most celebrated estalllsh-neats
in the United States, ror aaw, "mam
row lanra-rarience In the business (twelvo years cl
which has'beea in the city of Memphis) I fla ter myaell
with the guaranty I have naa irom my oiu -uiluu.
that lay exertions Cave been apprraaicu uj
jBlyJ7-Uwlf JACOB BKCnTOLTJ.
OOATS ! COATS ! I :
. . . n Cln. UAlM PlCt:
BLUE, Elscx anu un, -wa '
White, Mara and Dusk 5
Black Alpaeca aud Drab De Ette,
Brown Linen Dot eri, fee., &c
Pants! Pants! Pants!
Light Caisimere, asiorted colors;
Black Doe Skin, extra ;
Black Drab De Ette, extra ;
White. Duck and Drilling i
Marseilles, asserted stylet J
Seer Sncker, kt., kc.
Vests! Vests! Vests!
Marseilles, new styles,
Marseilles, White and Buff,
llcht and dark colored Silk.
Ugni a D MANSFIELD &. CO.,
No 6 J Orson .treet.
XEtt' SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS,
JAS. A. STEEETT & CO.,
NO !19 M AIS-ST., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
' . -no . .nminc . choice strck of FAXCT and STA-
A pro t nonDS. which they offer low for cath. or
tbiTusnal time to prompt customers. We invite tt at
t titioncf cMy and country buyers to cjll and examine
onf stock before purchasing elsewhere. Our tock con
slsUInpartflt rich Dres. SUks, Slik Tissues. B-rrges.
OrlandlM. French Cambrics, Lawns, Preach, English
ani AmerKan PnnU, Ginghams, &c, kc
tLSO. SUk Tissue. Berege, Organdie, Jaconett and
t . Ttibe. oi the newest delgu; Lace Shawls and
Muntillas, new and elegant styles.
PamilY Purnishins Materials,
i. n..t nf r isen and Cotton Sheeting, all
Ir..v.. a ...iik,. iiiiw Case Linens. donMe and sin.
cl Damask Table Cloths, Napkins, Diapers, D.yles,
T irennpe, carum aiierit wi uv..iw , -
. . a j . m .is 4iMniiAni f v.
Keacned and Brown Sheeting and Shlrtug. Plain and
Striped Osnaburgs, it, Ticking. Striped Cottonades,
.! iiiin Flcured. and Checked Swiss Book. In
dia, Mull, &e ; mnroioe rie. ami uai.
Handwrne Worked Setts, Collars, Brands, ic, Infants'
-n....v v.ui Pi. in and Embroidered Handkerchief,
Glares, Hosiery, Fancy ueus, tins, rwuiucr,
It is oor inientxon w cicaij vuw. .-...o
tnre ot business, and our friends can rely upon Sndlng at
all times a full and complete assortment.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods
Stock in this line manaf actured under aur own super
Boots and Shoas, Hats and Caps,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Trunks, Carpet Bags, & c
SPIYKY & CJLAKKE,
Gcntlemens' Boys and Childrcns
Sole lacatlicr Trunks, Car
pet Bags, isc, &.e.,
243 MAIN STREET, UNION BLOCK,
WE are now receiving our BrilLMi amj suaajtcu
STOCK., which will be found complete in quality,
style, and prices. We have
SO) Spring and Snmmer Casslmere Suits, "some very
boi nairs Fancv Casslmere Pantaloons, " at all prices ;
601 pairs Black casiimere ana urep n leie raniaiouua ,
.r m.,trut, Vm.fr .tvl nrvaa rtoaf a. 'anmeverv flnet'
Ur.fOn-h Drrs. Coats. "Cood sttlet"
BUck and Fancy Silk Vests, Raj Ian Patterns and styles ;
60) Fancy and White Marseilles Vests, Raglan style;
Rich White Figured Satin Vests, new atyles ;
irhlt T.inrn Pmrli and Italians 7
600 BUck Drap E Tete, Alpaeca and Cashmere Frock and
Snrlmr Casslmere Raslan Over Coats i
50) dozen White and Fancy Shirts, amt,ng which will be
found all the style..
to also have a larce stock of Medium Goods.
We respectfully solicit an examination ot our stock,
The prices will be found low.
mar!7 SP1VEX tt ulabkjs,
J. 1MVET.. .......... .............. ....R. CCIAMa,
SPEVEY & CLARKE,
trnOLESALE AKD BETAIL MALISt IX
GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags,
23 aiAI.N STREET,
Union Block, Opposite Court Square.
OUR term, are cash, which enables us to sell at the
lowest prices. We respectfully solicit a call from aU
In want ot Cothlng.
Spring and Summer
TH AD E.
MANUFACTURERS OF MENS'
AltD Wn0I.ES AX. E DEALEES IX
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES AND PLASTERS' GOODS.
OUR facilities this year being of such a nature we are
enabled taoOronr Sd:1dc and Summer .tock. which
is unusually large, to the trad, and citliens genet ally at
the verv lowest rates. Country Merchants and River
Traders IE particular are earnestly requested to call and
examine our stock Deiorepnrcnasingeisewn.ro.
SIMON 1 3KK3ikL rroni iiow.
Corner Jefferson-st., under Commercial Hotel.
HAT1KG removed to No. 6 Court street, between
Main street and Pront Row, begs to return his
thanks to his friends and the public generally for their
liberal patronage for the last six years, and hopes, bv
strict attention to Business to merit a continuance oi uic
Ravin- encared a So. 1 Cntter. of Ions experience, he
ia cow prepared to make bp hla goods in first rate style,
apd cheaper than any other house in Memphis, for cash.
He buys for cash and sells for cash. feb27-3m
187 lVTAXTNT ST.,
Under the Worsliam House.
THE subscriber begs leave to announce to hla custom
ers and the citizens of Memphis that he has return
ed frem New Tork with a full assortment of mot splen.
did Goods, which be is prepared to make up for cah on
short notice. sep6-ly
HOME INSURANCE COMl'ANY.
OP MEMPHIS, TENN.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL I GUARANTY CAPITAL
CSAKTERKU by the'Legislature of Tennessee. Session
ef lS55-'66, to make Fire, Life and Marine Insurance
aad to cause themselves to be re-Insured when deemed
vpaditnt. In view of which tbey have arranged with
the following Companies, for re-Insurance by means of
open policies :
British commercial uie, London wapuai uuu,u"u
Equitable Fire, " " 2,000.000
Intfrnatlonal Life, " " 2,600.000
Knickerbocker Life, United States, " soo.uto
GreitW. stern Marine, " ' 1,003,000
Howard Fire rnd Marine, " " oou.uuu
Conioiidated Fire " 300 000
At the annual election on Tuesday, the 10th fstant, the
folkwlng Directors and Committee were elacted for the
ensuing year :
JAMES B. THORNTON, L. J. DUPREE,
GEO. R. GRANT, TnOS. il CAD AST,
STEPHEN E. CURTIS. J. II. MULFOKU, .
HElfRT S. KING, JOS. BARBIERS, Jfw
S. B. CURTIS, L. J. DUPREE, Ii.a.JalHa.
Medical Examiner G0. R. GRANT, 1 .!.
Mtornty3. B. THORNTON. Esq.
Assisted tyS. P. BANEHEAD. Esq.
AndataRteelloeorthe new Directory ot 'Wednesday.
the Uth init., the following officers were (boson for toe
JAUtk B. TUUKSTO.N, xTellucrti.
GEO R. GRANT, Fice PrMttfrnf.
THOS. McADAM. Secretary.
OFFICE No. 8, Madison street, comer J tout Bow.
OV STEAMBOATS, Steamboat Boilers, and Eteamboit
Machtn'ry. under the previsions ot the Acts of Con
grestct lS33andIBc2. Office, 8 Madison street,
mart THOMAS McADAM, Inipector.
3IARIXE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of Nashville, Tenn.
CAPITAL, : : : : i : 8150,000.
JOSEPH VAULX Pres't A. W. BUTLER, Sec'y.
John 11 HtU, Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
James Coney, R. H. Gardner, F. A. Owen,
G. It. Fogg, Joseph. Yaulx, Jamea Ellis,
N. E. ABoway, W. S. Eakla.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freights under
open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risks ol
Merchandise, by steamboats, railroads, or land earring, s;
also, hazards on rivers and lazes to or from aay part of
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE on buildings, dwelling or other
heuses, goods in store, furniture, kc., in town or country.
X3TNegroes insured against the dancers of the river.
J. G. LONSDALE, Agent,
Office Jefferson street, Memphir.
The Mutual Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW TORK.
Accumulated Fund, S3.000.000.
THE rates adopted by this Company are baaed upon the
most correct observations. Policy holders get all the gains
ot the Company, as It is purely mutual, having no prefer
red stocx or other capital to tixe the first fruits of profits
from tne insured.
Any person wishing insurance on his or her life will t-
ceiv all Information, together with the requisite forms 11
application, by calling on J. u. LONSDALE,
Agent Mutual Life Insurance Company,
octll-lv ntsoe Jefferaon atreet. Memphl
I THIS day lost la Memphis, and as I believe, en Wasb
lngton street, a small memoranda-bouk, and $1000 o
Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip.
No. 1013 for S 40
No. IMifjr; 960 $190C
Issued In September, 1566, and payable at Pine una.
This Is to notify the finder who the owner is, and lo girt
all persons notice not to purchase th same. A proper
compensation will be given by me to the finder oa delivery
norJ-tf THOMAS JAMBS.
SWAN & OO.'S LOTTERIES.
Cttiulal Prize S50,000.
TICKETS ONLY $10!
OWING to theareat favor with which oar Single Nnn
ber Lotteries have been received by the public, and
the large demand for lickets, the Manacers, S SWAN tt
CO. will have a drawing each Saturday thruughont the
year. The V llowmg Scheme wul n drawn in each of
their Lotteries ror nay, iani.
To be "drawn la the City of Atlanta, Georgia, in .public,
on SATURDAY, May 2d, 1SS7. Hi .:
To be drawn in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SATJRPAY. May 9th, 1857.
Tu be drawn in the city ol Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on
SATURDAY, May 16th, 1S37.
To be drawn'ln the cily of Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on
SATURDAY, May 23J, 1857.
To be drawn In the city of Atlanta, Gwrgla, in pnblle, on
SATURDAY, May 30th, 1S57, on the plan of
3.2QO OtPxdLssee 1 I
More than One Prize to Every Ton
TO BE wiAwa
EACH SATURDAY' IN MAY.
1 Pme f.
1 " -
I . .
l " -
$50,009 1 $50,000
20.U0U IS su.uiaj
10 000 l 10,000
10.000 IS 10.009
fi.O 0 Is 6.000
6.000 Is 6.000
6 000 Is 5,000
2.600 Is 2.600
2 600 Is 2,500
2 600 is 2,600
2 600 ii 2.600
2,f00 Is 2,600
2 500 Is 2,500
l'.OvO is 1,000
l,t Is 1,000
100 are 10X00
60 are 6,X
Prties of $225Aprox'tlng to $50,000 Prlxeare $900
a it 160 " 20,uuu
s SO " 10.000
12 60 6,000
54 30 ' 2,600
0 ' 55 " 1.0C0
3,000 ' 20 are
s 90v) nrlze. amounting to.. ..,......
Wnole TicKets, tjiu ; naives, o uu;
Quarters, ga so.
PT.AN OF THE LOTTERY.
Th Nnmbersfrom 1 to 30.000. corresponding with those
Vumbers on the Tickets printed on separate slips of pa
per, are encircled with small tin tubes and placed in one
wheel. ... , - . .
The first 218 Prlxrs, similarly prmiea anu enuravu, am
placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn
from the wheel of numbers, and at the same time a Prize
ii drawn from the other wneei. Tne unmuer ami rrnc
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered by the CoramlssUners ; the Prise being placed
against the Number drawn. This operation is repeated
until all the prises ar drawn out
Approximation Pbiies. The two preceding and the
vn aneo-nllne Numbers to those drawing the first IS
Prliea will Ik entitled ti the 72 Approximation Pilies, ac
cording to the scheme. .......
ITS- The 3,000 Prixes of $C0 will be determined br the
last ngure oi iucuuw.,1 M...t.na . - - - - -r..r,mil.
If the Nnrebers drawing S 50.000 Priie eLds
with No. 1, then all the Ticke-swhere the number ends
in 1 win be entitled to $20. If the Number end with
No. 2, then all the Tickets where the number ends in 2
tn h rntitird to &2G. and so on to 0.
CertlCcates of Packages will be sold at the following
r.t which is theriak:
Certlflcate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets $80 00
it a 10 Half " 40 00
ii 10 Quarter " 20 00
. a 10 Eighth ' 10 00
In ordering Tickets or Certiflcates, enclose the money
toouraddres for tht Tickets ordered.on receipt of which
they will be forwarded by first mall. Purchasers can
have Tickets enaing in auj- usurc iucj ui.j ucB,(,u.,t.
The list of drawn numbers and prises will be f oiward-
in TNinAasers Immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will please write tneir sixninres piaiu, aim
riv th.ir Tnt nmee. Countr and State.
XJT Remember that every Prize Is drawn and payable
in foil wltbont deduction.
C3" All Prixes of $1,000 and under, paid immediately
after the drawing other Frizes at the usual time of
b- All communications Strictly conOdentlal.
Address orders for Ticket or Certificates of Packages to
S. SWAS ct uu., jLtiania, ia.
S. SWAN ts. CO.. Montgomery. Ala.
J3 A list of the numbers that are drawn irom the
wheel, wun tne amoauici wcjiiiwiaHiwi uc c
tltled lo. will bepuWUhed alter every drawing in the fol-
lnirlscnanera: New Orleans Deaa. Mobile Register,
Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atltnta IntelU-
rencer. New Tork Wiexiy uy coos, ana onimua
Planters, Look to Your Interest!
tttjs are mil agents lor iuc aate i v...
VV STAND Actual tests prove that trie uios now De
Ine manufactured are the bt in ue.
Fer lightness of draught, tpeed, and making a fine sam
ple, these Gins ctnnol be equaled.
Now is the time to x-nd in your orders, se as t have
them made and to arrive here in lime for toe next crop.
HARRIS, WOKMB' EI ft uu.. Agents,
mar25 daw3m N'o. 8 Front Row, Memphis.
J3- Enquirer copy.
S. D. IRUrilEAllT J. M. WOODSOS.
TRUEHEART &. WOODSON,
Manulacturcrs of Southern Star Cotton Gin,
Tf- vstrmimi i.v rail th atu-nllon rf the nuUic. car-
jX ticularly the Co' ton Planter , to their GIN" MANU
FACTORY, now in succei"f ul optrauon in tms puce. e
deem it unnxesrary to pob lh any testimoniali uf the
good performances of our Gins, tbruih many could be
nrocsred of gentlemen wbo are now ulng hem men of
hish reitaiion as Dlatt-rs. and won'd not be satisfied
with any but a uod Gin ; and we will on'y add that we
are determined lo rpart- no pains or means to make a
Cotton Gin that will pi- ase the Planter.
In addition to the Gin we formerly advertised and sold
for $3 per saw, w are rww fitting up an iuiproretl ttyle,
at con-lderable additional expense, which we will sell at
$3 60 per saw.
A sample or our Gins can always b seen at Messrs.
Graham ii Hill's, who are our agtnts in Mrmphin.
Gen"emen Planters, send in your orders with i-peclfl
fallens, and Sb-y shall be piompt'y attended lo. A suf
ficient guaranty given In every a!c
J3" Repairing done with neatness and dUrateh.
Important to Cotton Planters!
THE TAILOR PREMIUM COTTON GIN,
CLEMATIS, BSOWN & CO.,
THE subscriber begs leave to call the attention of
Planters to an examination of the merits of these
Gin Stands, which possess in a greater degree the quali
ties to be desledln a Cotton Gin vU. : Speed, Light
Draught, and Good Sample than any Gin extant, and
are offered on as reasonable terms as any establishment
in the South.
I feel fully authorized in saying that I cau f urnih, an
tnings considered, a superior Gin Stand to any factory in
the United States.
Mesars. Fowlkes, .Mount k Co. are agents for the sale
of these Gins, who wlllkeep a supply of various sizes on
hand, or will order any Mze at short notice. Office on
JeflVrson strtet. Memphis, Tcnn.
mar20-dtwsw6m S. A. THORNTON, Ag't.
Premium Cotton Gins.
THE attention of Cotton Planters is respectfully called
to the above superior Gins, manufactured by E. Car
ver St Co., East Bridgewater, Mass. Under a recent Im
provement, the Carver Gins are regarded as the best now
in general use ; their superiority needs bo comments f rem
Ci, as thousands are now in successful operation m ue
Wt have on hand fifty Gins, embracing all the dlficrent
sixes and numbers ot saws.
Also 10 and 12 feet segment bolts, washers, &c, com.
p'.ete, all of wiiich we offer to our friends upon the usual
tcnaa and time. GWTNN k GIBSON,
Nos. I and 2 Exchange isuuaing.
Memphis. Bept, 23, ISM tf
WHITLEY'S PATENT PORTA
CLARK & AVERY,
St. Louis, Mo.
AGEXT AT 1KE3IPHIS, TESTS'.,
TTAVING taken the Agencv for the ssle of the above
H rirmiar Saw Mills. I am prepared to till all orders
for Mills, with or without the power te drlvo them on
Persons wishing to purchase Mills, and also desirous that
they should be set up and put Into operation, can be ac
art jn nut with to nraise our own work, all we ask of
persons wishing to purchase Mills is to examine our
work before buying elsewhere, as we think they will give
us the preference alter such examination. Wearesst
Isfied our Mills will saw more lumber, and In better style
in the same number ot hours than any other Saw Mill
Persons wishing to purchase MIUs will please address
me at Memphis, Tenn. ""a-"
Blact Smith and Sheet Iron Worker,
Corner of Front Rov ani Winchater-tt.,
SECOND-HAND Boilers bought, sold
and exchanged for new ones. Sheet Iron
work done of every description, sucn aa
Chlmnevs. Brichen. Fire .Beds, Escape
Pipes. Condensers Forge,MetallcLife-Bots,andSteam-
boat Work in general. Also, jiaaa sales, rircproui
Gasometers, Ciaterns, kc. .
N. B. Boilers repaired at the shortest notice, and on
tie noil reasonable terms. novlVdawly
ON the 1st June, 1S56. the arm heretofore existing be
tween F. H. CLARK and A C. wrrazACn waa diw
solved by mutual consent. F. H. Clark is charged wKh
the settlement of the business of the late Arm of P H.
CUrk Co. F. H. CLARK.
The subscribers have associated themselves together
under the firm of F. H. CLARK & CO.
F. H. CLARK,
JAS. S. WILXINS,
OUR NEW FIRM.
- It affords me pleasure to announce to mr friends and
the public that I have associated with me my former
tic! a nriTrfiro j ,. . ,
.Ad. -J . n MUl,d, H1U U1J WCll-KUOWU aSSll'
tant, Tiiua. uill, untur the familiar style of F. H
CLARK & CO.
The new Arm will start with an efficient force in each
mechanical branch, the Watch department being under the
supervision ot Mr. Wllklns.
SUT kf ml at all time, of the latest fashions, and nricea
Bi 10. a. tne same quality ana style ot good, can be pur
chased In Philadelphia or New York.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me
during my fifteen years' residence in Memphis, and my
aim wui im 10 Dent its cuaunuanco.
F. H. CLARK.
"UR aim has bwn to keep pace with our srowins eltv.
w and furnish those who want Goods lu our line with
good articles, and at fair prices. Our assortment, for
years, naa ceen sat utile 11 any behind our Eastern
cities. It Is more extensive this season than ever. Our
leading branches are. Oral
Of whl.-Ji we have every variety in general use,
toaether with a large assortment made to our
f order, which for neatness of style andtlme-keep-ing.
are surpassed by none. In our assortment
will be found the Eight Day Watch and the Repeating
Caronometer, giving the time to a minute in the dark.
Our assortment la this Important branch is kept full
by frequent receipts of all the new styles, whether of
f irelgn or domestic production.
Wa have made this branch of our business a stndy for
year., not only posting ourselves with regard to tne au
ferent qualities and merits cf the different styles and ma
kers, but ot 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
lmrrrUtlon. We can furnish our customers with SHOT
GUNS from $5 to $200; RIFLES frem $10 to $100.
Also, the celebrated suAHfA's auLt.
DERRINGER and COLT, ot all sizes.
Also, a full as-
t ortment of the kinds in general use.
Tea and Coffee Sets. Pitchers, Goblets. Cups, Castors,
Sioons, Fotks, Ladies, with many choice Fancy Articles,
all com fine.
SILVER PLATED GOODS.
Urns. Castors. Candlesticks. Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg-
nes. Cake ana rrutt Baskets, spoons, i oris, iaies, ritca-
ers. Goblets, cups, wallers, &c.. &c.
A f nil assortment ot Pocket and Table, from the best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OUR MECHAlTICAIi BRANCH.
All kinds ot Watch Work done in the most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new maae to order.
Plain and Oramental; Seals for Lodges, Courts, &c.
in any style , Stencel Plates ot all sues.
O XT 5.
Prof Eemington, Artist,
Embraces a suit ot rooms built expressly for the purpose,
and we are prepared to famish our customers with first
class pictures in all trie various styles.
In bnlldlnr exnresslv for our business, we have com
bined every convenience fer the different branches, and
greatly re. need our expenses, wnicn, wun our facilities
and theextetlen of our business, enables us to sell goods
ana uo worxon tne most rcaMaauic iciuis uwu v-utxi
f ullv shown and fairly represented, and we invite all,
both buyera and the curious, to drop Inwithout ceremony
and examine our atoc we seep open nonse ror an.
octie-dawly F. II. CLARE k CO,
1ST 33 "W
WATCHES Some very fine.
JEWELRY New styles.
SILVERWARE Coin fine.
SILVER PLATED GOODS Best quality.
SPitCTACLkS To suit every condition of sight.
GUNS Best makers.
PISTOLS Full assortment
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY.
Making by far the best assortment ever offered In this
market F. II. CLARK & UU
mar2S No. 1 Clsrk's Marble Block,
FOR SALE by
F. II. CLARK & COMPANY.
mnE latest and by far ti e moat Important Improve
J ment In Photography Is the recently patented pic
ture known as the SPHERE0TTPE, which is not onlyl
new and unlike any of its predecessors, but greatly su
perlor t all. The Spbercotvpe is proof against TIME
aib and water, and for richness ot tone, warmth
exnresslon and distinctness has 10 eqftal In fact the
luslen is such that the picture, or Image, seems suspend
ed in air, entirely independent of the Dacx ground
For this picture we have the exclusive right for .Mem
phis. Specimens can be seen In our Gallery, where pic
tures are also taken in tne various siyie- oy our Artist,
who comblnrs the Chemist with the Artist, which ena-
bles him at all times to produce superior Pictures.
y. II. CLARK. X UU
dec2-tf No. 1 Clark's Marble Block
PARIS HOUSE COXFECTIOXERY.
Wholesale auCV Wctail
Mb. 67 Pront Bow.
C& Tn.VNCFUL to his friends and the public
syifefor the very liberal patronage extended to
htm far the last eight years, M. LOUIS MOM-
TEDONICO begs lrave to Inform the citliens
or Meniuhls and vicinity that he will constantly keep on
hand a large assortment of the best Imported Wines
Claret, Port, Madeira, White, kc. ; also, Scotch Ale aud
M. L. Hostidosico always keeps on hand a greet
variety of Fancy Candles and Toys, an assortnvni of stick
Candy, Prunes in Jars and Doxes, juisins, u rapes, every
kind of Fruits and Nuts. Pickles, Lobsters, Sardines.
Olives. French and English Mustard, Sugar In loaf and
boxes, Caracas, Maras Mho, Old Wines. Ginger, Pre
serves, Savannah, New Tork and Boston Preserves, Cat
sup, Pepper Sauce, Chocolate, Cordials, Syrups. Macca
ronl, Vermacelll, the best Havana Cigars, and a great
many o her articles, too numerous to mention, nowouereu
for sale very low, either by wholesale or retail,
navinc. at much expense, secured the services of two
ot the most experienced workmen ever in this city, he
flatters himself that he cannot tie surparsei in arranging
and decorating tables for Parties Weddings, k., with
honor to himself and satisfaction to his customers.
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In
.Plain anl Fancy
CANDIES, CAKES, &C.
No. 220 Main-st, Odd Fellows7
Hall, Memphis, Tenn.,
TTEEPS constantly on hand J large assortmentof Green
K and Urv Fruits. Fruits in their own Juice. Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, nne w tnes, jiranuies, aii
kinds of 2 uts, kc. . . ...
In connection with this establishment l nave nttea up
In superior style an
Ice Dream aipon.
expressly for the Ladles. Also. Gnr.eaen - oa,oon,
where Ice Cream is served from 9 A. M. till 12 P. M.
C. 0. MAYDWELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
WHERE can be found aU description of Grave Work,
which will be furnished as cheap as it can be got
in any market We.t. Also, Building Work done at short
It Is to the interest of all persons wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead of purchas
ing from Agents, as the Manufactars have to addl the
twenty per cent, that Is paid Agents to the work sold by
them. SOUlDerners, looa 10 your iukioi.
drr2-riaw6rn C 1 afAvnwKT.T.
Adams Street, Memphis, Tenn.,
IS now prepared to do all kinds of Machine Work; also,
Steamboat Workot every description. Steam Engines,
Saw M.lis of everv description. Cotton and Wool Ma
chinery, Gin Gearing. Planing Machines. Also. Brass
Poundery, Casting and Finishing, Steam Guage Cocks and
Castings ot every description, heavy Wrought Iron Forg
ing. Wrought Iron Gratlnas for Jails, Bank Vaults, Cel
lar and Side-Walk Grates, Iron Fencing of every descrip
tion made to order. Alo, House Fronts, Window Caps
and Sills, ef varlou patterns. In a word, I am prepared
to do every description of work In my line.
I have now in shop the latest and most improved pat
terns of Steam Engines. ISAAC PHELON
8. McKiHSA, Supetlntendent. leblO-ly
AWKS, SMITH & CO.'S BOLLETEV.
f3T3rtnc "Trvclo. 1BQ7 .
MERCHANTS, PLANTERS, MECHANICS I
LOOK. TO YOUR INTEREST.
HAWKS, SMITH & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS
CTJTL EE X,
Nos. 304 and 806 Main-st.
ALIO AOESTI TOR
Heaing's " 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 preparea to
nrr creater inducements to the Merchants. Planters and
Mechanlcsof the Southwest than have hitherto been of
fered in thl market, for proof of which we respectfully
fodclt the inspection of our itocr ana prices, in view m
this, we have placet ourselves in a position to oner ik
Indncements to those who may visit Memphis for the pur-
ivwa of maklne their nurchass. as will deter them from
it concerned. To fully carry out this object we have made
wt nr .nmner m.Tri. id ur il imi 11 due uu.ua
.. . . ...,,rinT.r. In I
CS-WRS V? ZKXXSFESSi.
England and In this country, to be regalarly supplied
with a full stock ot Goods in our line, and will fnrnish
those wb- tray favor us with their orders, with goods at
as low figures as any house in the country. South or West.
Our stock comprises
For the Country Trade.
Rolled and Charcoal Iron Castings,
Boston, Philadelphia and Wheeling Nails,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and Hatchets,
Log, Trace, Stay and Stretch Chains,
Bright and half bright casts teel Hoes,
Caststeel polished rive ted -eye Hoes,
Oil root and steam bent Hames,
nog skin Collars, horse and mnle,
Cotton, wool and Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jute Cordage,
Thread and common cotton Rope,
Plow Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes Lines,
Louisville, Cincinnati and New York Sifters,
Nova Scotia and Btved Grindstones,
Ames' caststeel Shovels and Spades,
Rowland's and Can's Shovels and Spades,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all patterns.
Locks. Latches, Hinges, 4c.,
Well Wheels and Well Butkets.
Together with every at tide suited to the trade ot the
country merchant. In tne
We hat e made the best selections from the most approved
manufacturers of eiery article necessary fer the planting
Cotton. Cane and urun noes.
Cane Knives, and Briar Hooks,
Plow and Wagon Chains,
Fan Mi:ls, Corn Mills, Corn SneHers,
Corn and Cob Crushers, Straw Cutters,
Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, &c,
Grain Cradles, and Scythes,
Patent and common Churns,
Hames, Collars, Singletrees, kc,,
Pruning Saws and Chisels,
Garden Implements of all kinds,
Hall k Spear's wrought and cast Plows,
Allen's Cotton Plows and Scrasers.
Together with a f nil stock ef the "celebrated Avery and
Livingston & Co. Plows, which have fer several years
past given such universal satisfaction. We are fully pre
pared to keep always on hand a large stock of these
Plows, logetner wttn tne extra romts ana castings, so as
to be able to supply our planters with them at all times.
In the selection ot our stuck ot Goods in the
We have paid most particular attention 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. A
Our stock in thiy department is full and complete,
Greenwood's Axle Fnllles and Shutter Fastnings,
Pearl White and Mineral Knb Locks and Latches,
Cloie and Electro-Plated " " "
Cottage, Rural and Mortise " " "
Front and store door " " "
Sliding door Locks and Furniture,
Self-shutting Ooor and Gate Hinges and Latches,
Bolts and Hooks. Nails. Brads. Screws, kc.
This depart men-, in oar business is under the special
supervision ot ono of the partners, who has fer many
years, in thla city, given it his careful attention, and be
lieving that this branch of our business requires more
than ordinary care, both in the snecuon of the gooes
and in filling orders, he is determined to use his best en
deavors to keeD inch goods as shall please all our me
chanics, .and will hold every Induct ment to merit thtir
We would caU particular attention to our stock of Tools,
the quality of all which we can fully guaranty, compris
Union Factory Plane), Rules, ke..
Spear &. Jackson's Hand and PaaneU Saws,
Butcher's cast steel Chisels and Files,
Earl Smith k Co.'s Flies,
Wetberby's Chisels and Draw Knives,.
Cam's celebrated " "
Spirit Levels, Rules and Guages,
Augers, Auger Bitts, Screwdrivers, Jte.
Peck's Louisville Bellows.
Newcomb's New York Bellows,
Sriid Box and Psrallel Vices,
Armltage'a Mousehele Anvils,
Goley's warranted Anvils,
Hand and Sledge namniers,
Blacksmith Tongues, k
Farriers, Hammers, Knives and PineerS.
Best Charcoal Tin Plate I C,
11 11 11 1 X,
" Leaded Roofing Plate 1 C,
Bar Tin, Speltre, kc.,
Iron Brass and Copper Wire,
Bolt Copper, Soldering Irons, kc,
Tinned and Braziers Sbeet Copper,
Boiled aud Charcoal Sheet Iron.
Rnss Imitation, Rnss. and Galvernized Iron,
Bar Lead. Rivets. Copper Tacks, kc.
We wonld also call the attention of BaUnad and Levee
Contractors to our stock of
Railroad Barrows, A Hit's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines. Mattocks, Picks, kc.
Having a thorough knowledge ot our business in aU Us
branches, we are determined to give it our entire atten
tion, an I shall attend personally to all the orders, and to
the transaction of our Business in every particular, ana
by to doing flatter ourselves that we can give satisfac
tion. ttA K, sarin et uu
f rtl 304 and 306 Maln-st
FREESE & FLOWERS'
NEW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
No. 338 Main Street,
Bet. Union and Gayoso,
IS now open for the reception of Students. Everything
that is taught In any institution ot a similar kind In
the United States can be learned here. The course un
braces Single and Double Entry Book-Eeeplng, Penman
ship, Commercial Law, Commercial Forms and Calcula
tions, Banking, Whol'sale and Itetall, Commission,
Steambost, Manufacturing, kc
Students are not taught In classes ; tbey are Instructed
Individually and srparately ; so there will be no detention
on account ot classes. It takes but a few weeks to com
plete the ennrse.
The hours ot Instruction will be from 9 to 12 a. St., and
from 2 to 6 P. at. Also, Evening Lessons frem 7 to 9
For full course, time unlimited...... $35 00
For partial course 25 00
For Penmanship, time uniimttea id uu
For " twenty lessons 6 CO
For further particulars, address
FREESE k FLOWERS,
I HAVE this day disposed of my entire Interest in the
firm of GOODLKTT, NABERS &. CO.. lo myasociaUs
in business, who assume its liabilities, and to whom pay
ment must be made. In retiring I beg to return my sin
cere acknowledgments to my frienda for their support
during my connection with the above house, aud would
now bespeak a continuance of the same to my former
partners and successors In business.
B. D. NABERS.
THE subscribers beg lesve to annource to their friends
and the public that Mr. R. B. Bone, of Hickory Wythe,
Tenn., becomes a prtner in their house this day. The
Groc ry and Commission bu lness will be continued by
them under the style and firm of GOODLETT, BONE k
CO., at their old stand. No 47 Front Row, they assum
ing I he liabilities and entire control of the h.use of
Goodlett, Nabers & Co. They hop- by strict attention to
bnlness to merit a further kind patronage, heretofore so
liberal y extended to lhem. R. D. GOODLETT,
Memphis. April 15, 1S57. V. W. MILAM.
CHARLES N. ERICH,
AND DEALEtt 1
FAXCT AND FAMILY GROCERIES,
323 MAIN-ST., WEST SIDE,
(SOUTH OF UNION STREET,)
HAS Just received a large assortment of EUROPEAN
LUXURIES, such asFrosslsnCeeseBre.su, Bruns
wick Sausage.. Eel in Geiee. Pates de Foies d'Oies, de
Canard, "tSecasses en Trafc. Green Vegetables, con
sisting of Asparagus, Beans. Peas, etc; Anjovish. Hol
UndrrlM?Umburg and Sap
Chocolate, German Prunes, Rhenish, Hungarian, Mosel
2d? ench WINES, Cove Oysters. "-fJi
Sauces, Pickles, etc. and general assortment of FAN CT
SLUSSSSSa are orth, first Urn. im-
THE undeMsned are now opening at their NEW
IVO. 3T FRONT ROW,
a general and well selected assortment of
Fresh Drugs and Medicines,
Chemicals Paints, Oils, Dye.tufls, Patent XriUw.
Glassware and Perfumery, warranted to be fresh and
nclne. direct frem N.w Tork. wMch are offered on ao
eommodatlng terms. Call and Judge 'or yours.lves, or
nd in your orders, which will be lptttndt4 to.
particularly those from a distance, and the goods sent
forward without delay. The patronage of our friends
and?he public I. respectfully solicited to our new es
tablishment, as we feel assured we can render satisfac
tion to aU who may favor us with their custom.
WtPtfcm. put up earetuny jF&KKial.
tct -En tt o XT J- Is
NEW DKUCr STORE.
WE take pleasure in informing me hukuj oi
Memphis and the public generally that we have re
moved our stock cf Drugs to tne corner or ,iu
Union streets, and will take pleasure In accommo
dating all wbo may favor ns with a caU.
We are also In receipt ot a full supply of fresh and gen
uine Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Perf umery, ke.
Particular attention paid to filling of Prescriptions at
all hours of day and night, ,.,..
dec3!-l JOINER k CO.
TTTE respectfully can your attention to our extensive
VV stock of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns,French Window
Glass, Nails, Castings, Metals, and all other articles in
our line suited to the trade ot this section of country-
most ot which has either been imported by us direct from
Europe, or selected from the best factories in America try
our partner resident in the East.
The recent addition of another store to our premises.
enabled us to establish a convnient
miOLESALE SAMPLE ROOM.
entirely disconnected from the retail branch et 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 with the cash.
LOWNE3, ORGILL k CO.,
II and H Front Row.
Jans New Tork Office, 41 Putt street.
CliiHCSC Sugar Cane and Prolific Pea.
CHINESE SUGAR CANE This most valuable plant
will arrive at perfection, aad fully ripen its seed, if
planted any time befoie the middle of June. We have.
on sale, genuine aeed, from D. Redmond, editor ot the
" Southern Cultivator."
ALSO, the new Chinese Proline Pea. the most produc
tive variety known. Price of each, $1 per package or.
it sent per mall, pre-paid, gl 33. circulars turnithea
gratis Address, with plain directions for mailing or
shipping, LOWNES, ORGILL k CO.,
apll daw Memphis, Tenn.
Three Thousand Kegs Nails.
QT recent heavy additions to our stock, we have now
onhandovrThr t Thousand kegs Boston and ether
warranted brands of ed Nails and Spikes, which
we oner loioeiraae, ia vefuiany asaorieu 101a, at ex-
lilr low rate, for art. '
LOWNES. ORGILL ct CO.,
13 and 14 Front Row.
Sheet an Hoop Iron.
O fi fi BUNDLES Sheets, assorted. No. 12 to IS ;
0JJ 2C0 bundles Hoops asa'ted, K to 2 Inches wide.
LOWNES, ORGILL k CO.,
apl2-daw 13 and K Front Row.
New Corn and Cob Crusher.
WE now have the most efficient
Crusher, for less money, than has
ever before been offered in any
market. It will make Meal and
Hominy, and crush the Corn and
Cob perfectly, and has taken the
premium in every contest.
LUWHE3, UKU1LL . CO.,
13 and It Front Row.
SUPERIOR FISniXG TACKLE!
GENTLEMEN who desire to provide themselves with
a good outfit tor
Are invited to call and select from our new and rare
steck, the following articles of the choicest styles and
, wsituit tiiie aoui, iiwrKu paiiciui ,
French Rods, 1, 4 and 5 Joints;
English Rods, 3, 4 and S Joint. ;
Artificial Flies, Minnows, Mace, and every other
variety ot Artificial Bait ;
German Silver and Brass Reels, Snell Books ;
Sandwich Boxes and Drsm Flasks ;
Lines ot Silk, Linen, Sea Grass and Cotton.
ALSO, a comDlete stock, comprising every size of
Holvoake's Superior Cast Steel, Limerick, Cheatertown,
Virginia, Klrby and Carlisle
LOWNEt, ORGILL k CO ,
raar27 13 and 14 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn.
TUST Received, heavy shipments of Ploughs, embracing
I varions sixes of "Livingston County," amongst which
are several hundred of the celebrated N. 11. Also Double
Mould-board, Sub-toil, Hill-side, Harrows. Cultivators,
and an endless variety ot and necessary Agricultural ana
Horticultural implements for particulars ot which, see
our Illustrated Catalogue, furnished oral a at our store.
LOWNBS, UKUILL at LO.,
Jn4 13 and 14 Front Row.
Fire.- Proof Safes
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS!!
A T the great fire which broke out in Warren and Murray
A. streets, New Tork, 9th November last, where prop
erty to the amount of
600,000 ! !
was destroyed, several of these Safe's were tested with
results similar to the following -.
Nrw I ore. hot. u, lose.
Mn. Editor : In the fire at o. 39 Warren-street, on
the morning of the 9th Inst., our most valuable books and
papers were exposed for 36 Hours in one ot otearns
Marvin's Fire-Proof Safes.
We say fire proof, net because they are so laoeiea, out
because we have so proved them. Our books and- papers
came out uninjured, save the binding ot the books, occa.
hnM bv steam.
Our store was five stories above g-round, and two sts
tIm below, occunled from cellar to garret. The Intensity
ef the heat can be attested by any fireman who witnessed
It. . .
No furnace could be contrived by the ingenuity ot man
to create a more intense heat. We voluntarily give this
tribute to the value of these Safes, and select your widely
circulated commercial Journal to inform the mercantile
community what estimate to place upon Stearns k Mar-
vln's Wilder Patent salamander safes.
HA VI LAND, BARREL k RISLET,
In this connexion the Manufacturers wrltens: "We have
made these Safes over 14 years have sold over 9.500
Had 215 tested In accidental fires in the United Slates and
Canada, and never yet had a customer to Ioe a dollar by
Are from one of them. We think they have earned a high
reputation, as they are readily sold here in preference to
other Safe's at 25 to 60 per cent leas price." A tull stock
kept constantly on hand by
LOWNES. ORGILL k CO.
Agents for Steams k Marvin.
KA iAWii rrora tne suDscnoer.ai oowie-ssu.
Point, Tunica county. Miss., three negro men, 3D
TOM. black, aced about 23 years, about flve'ht
feet eleven inches high, thick under Up, and rather slow
ot speech, weighs about 175 pounds.
GEORGE, black, aged about : years, aoout six rei
high, weilmade, fine countenance, and weighs about 160
WILSON, black, aged about 22 years, about 5 feet 9K
or 10 Inches high, weighs about 150 pounds, has a slight
defect In his walk a J if his feet were sore.
It taker-out ef the State, and lodged In Jail at Mem
phis, I wDl pay the above reward. If within the Stale,
and secured so I get them, fifty dollars
maris dawtf Bowie's Point, Tunica cnnty.Mlss.
C. K. H0LST & SON,
31aln-st., Old Stand, First Door below Monrce,
(Tht oldest permanent stand in tht City,)
HAVE co-istantly on hand all sixes of Patent Metal!
Burial Cases, which they line and put up alr-litht,
in the best manner Also, all kinds ot Wood aaO Cfeta
Covered Coffins, which they sell at a fair price.
Orders from thecouctry promptly attended to. Fur
niture made and repaired, and Upholstering done.
A GREAT SPECOL.AT10X!
PEARL 0iiK UPON GLASS.
VrC-TICEisberebyglventoall wnom a may concern,
X that the undersigned Is the Patentee, having the ex
elusive and sole right to manufacture and vend SHAW 3
PATENT PEARL WORK, being an entirely new and
beautiful mode of ornamenting glass In Imitation of pear'
wjrk, by an original design and proees. imparting a
brilliant, variegated appearance to the surface of the
Glass. It is admirably adapted to lettering upon signs,
show cards, kc , kc , being Impervious to water, durable
and lasting, and cheaper in execution than ordinary pain
ting, and can be learnt in one hour.
Any Infringement upon my patent will be prosecuwi
to the extent ef the law. Persons who desire to purcha-o
State or County Rights, either In Tennessee, Arkansas ur
Mississippi, can apply lo J. M. SHAW k CO.. corner of
Bank Avenue and Madison street, Memphis, Tnp., wba
JEROME B. SHAW,
p7-lm New Tork City.
orn CASES Fancy Prints, new styles, onhsndsndfor
250 sale by JAME1 LOW k CO.,
martl 413 Main streets, Louisville, Ky.
nn CASES Fancy Lawns, on hand for sale by
1(11) JAMES LOW CO..
mar3l 413 Main street, Louisville. Ky.
- BALES prlrted French Jeeonetts, very handsome
10 styles, on hand and for saleby &
m31 418 Main street, LonUvllle. Ky.
o CASES Crepe D'kspagne, assorted colors ;
0 1 case Satin Striped and Chain;
I caselFlgured aud Challi on hand and for sale br
' JAMES LOW Si CO..
418 Main street, Louisville, Ky.
De Bege. v
n r CASES H De Bege, 10 caaea 4-4 De Bege. on hand and
25 for sale by JAMES -LOW k CO .
iitrt' 418 Msln street. Louisville. Zy.
n r a CASES Blesched Cottons, on hand and sor sale y
350 JAMES LOW k CO..
iiitll 418 Main street. Louisville, Ky.
r BALES Striped Osnaburgs, on hand and for sale by
7) JAMES LOW k CO.,
mat31 I3 fln street, Louisville, Ky.
Lines. Pant stuns I
5n CASES Plsln and Twined Linen Pant Stuffs, on hand
fi and for sale by JAMES LOW k CO..
mart! 18 Main street. Louisville, Ky.
Sea Island Brown Cotton!
. nn BALES Sea Island Brown Cotton, on hand and tot
1 00 salety JAME3 LOW k CO..
marsi 18 Main street. Louisville. Ky.
mnn DOZEN Hose and Half Hos. en band and fer
5000 saleby JAMES LOW k CO .
mar31 yla tnti- haul!!. Ky.
-.- CASKS Boo in aeogwica-. ajauuu vro
1UU Gin, by
n. n. POTTER. Main street-
Third door North Worsham House.
jfiijrcjs pie st:
MIjSTCE PIES !
jlmMes serrtdregularly, en the shortest notice, with a
WWT 5pa"Vel7urnlthed with Cakes, Confections, Wines
kfen the shortest noilca, and la BPECHTS usual good
style. Give hla a sail. oT77-dtf
OverlaHd Mail Route to Califor
- " PosT-Omcx: Dei-abtsiest, J
April 20,1857. J
AN ACT of Congress, approved 3d March. 1157, making
appropriations for the urvlceor the Poet-OElee De
partment for the fiscal year ending 3Sth June, 1858, pro-
T'nc. 10. That the Postmaster General be and he Is
hereby aut hot lied to contract for the conveyance of the
entire letter mail frou such point on the Mississippi river
as the eontractora may stiect to San Francisco, In the
State of California, for aix years, at a coji not exceeding
three hundred thousand dollars per annum fer semi
monthly, four hundred and fifty thousand dollars for
weekly, or six hundred thousand dollars for semi-weekly
service, to be pert .rrned semi-monthly, weekly, or semi
weekly, at the option ot the Postmaster General.
"See II. lhat the contract shall require the service
t. be performed with good four-horse coached or spring
wagons, soluble far the conveyance ot passengers as
well as the safety an-j security of the malls.
"Sec. 12 That the contractor snau have ice nzai or
pre-emption te three hundred and twenty acres ot any
land not then disposed of or reserved, at each point neces
sary for a station, not to be nearer than ten miles from
each other; and provided Cat no mineral land shall be
"Sec. 13. That the said service shall be performed
within twenty. five days tor each trip; and that, before
entering iato such contract, the Postmaster General shall
be satisfied ot the ability and disposition of the parties,
bona fide and in good faith, to perform the said contract,
and shall require good and snmcient security for t e per
formance of the same, the service to commence within
twelve months after the signing of the contract,"
Pro csalswlll accordingly be received at the Contract
Office of the Post-OHce Department, until 3 p. u of the
1st day ot June 1557, for conveying malls under the pro
visions ot tue above act.
Besides the starting point n tba Mississippi river,
bidders will name the intermediate points proposed to be
embraced In the route, and otherwise designate ita course
aa nartv as rjractlcable.
Separate proposals are mvitea ror semi-moniniy, wcu
ly and semi-weekly trips each way.
The decition upon the pr posus offered win be made
aftrr the Pestmaster General shall be satisfied of the
ability and disposition of the parties In good faith to
perform the contract.
A guarantee to be executed, with good and sufficient
sureties, that the contrast shall be executed with like
good security, whenever the contractor or contractors
.hall be reautred to do so by the Postmaster General, and
the service must commence within twelve months after
the date ot such contract.
Form of Propotal.
T. . of county of . State of . pipJ
to convey the entire letter mall, tor the term of si;
yesrs from the date specified in the contract for commea
elng service, from . on the Mississippi river, by ,
to San Francisco, California, agreeably to the advertise
ment of the Postmaster General of the 20th April. 1857,
In good tonr-borse coacnes or spring-waxens, suiiaoic iur
the conveyance at passengers, as well aa the safety and
security of the malls, seml-month'y, each way, for the
annual sum of collars, weeny, rata war, ior
annual sum of dollars; semi-weekly, each way, far
the annual sum of dollars.
Form of G-Mtrantte.
The undersigned, residing at , State of , under
take that, It the for.going bid for carrying the mall on
the rout, from , on tiw Mississippi river, to San
Francisco, California, be accepted by the Postmaster
General, the bidder shall, wbtn required by the Postmas
ter General, enter into tne necessmij oiiiu-
farm the service proposed, with good and sufficient
This we do understanding otsttneuy use wmaiiou am
liabilities assumed by guarantors unaer tne -.in rraoa
of the act ot Congress of July 2, 1334.
Dated. laignra oy two (uaiauiun.j
Form of Certificate.
Th tineTlraed. nost-mater of , State of ,
certifies, under his oath of tfflce.that he Is acqusiated
with the above guarantors, aud knows them to te men f
property, and able to make od their guarantee.
Containing conditions to be incorporated in the con
tracts to tht extent the Department may dtemproper.
1. No pay will be made for trips net performed; and
for each of such omissions not satisfactorily explained
ikwiinM ib. txt ot the tno msv be deducted. Deduc
tions will also be ordered for grade of performance infe
rior to that specified in tne contract, taz reprai u
llnauencei of the kind herein specified enlarged penalties,
proportioned to the nature thereof and the Importance of
the mall, may be made.
2. For leaving bthlnd or throwing off the maHs, or any
portion of them, for the admission of passengers, or for
being concerted In setting up or running an express con
veying intelligence In advance of the mall, a quarter's
pay may be deducted.
3. Finis will be imposed unless the delinquency be
promptly and satisfactorily explain! d by certificates of
iMtmaster. or the affidavits of othr credible persons,
for falling to arrive in contract time; for neglecting to
take the mall from or deliver it into a postefflee; f: suf
fering it (owing either to the unsultaWenesa et the place
or manner of carrying it) to b wet, injured, destroyed,
robbed, or lost! and for refualng, after demand, lo con
vey the mall as frequently as the contractor runs or is
rnnecrnnl in runnlnz a coach on the route.
4. The Postmaster General may annul the contract fer
repeated failures to run agneawy to contract, ror v
t.nnr the noat office laws, or disobeying the instruction
of the Department; for refusing to discharge a carrier
km required bv the Derailment to do so; for assign
ing the contract without the assent ,f the Postmaster
General; for running an express a. aiorraam, arm
transporting persons or packages conveying mailable
matter out of the mall,
s. 4. hid received after thi last day and hour named,
or without the guaranty rnqulred by law, cannot be con
sidered in competition with a regular proposal reasona
ble In amount.
The ran r. the service, the yearly pay. the name and
residence of the bidder, (that is, his usual post office ad
dress,) and those of ea-n tnemoer ot a una, wane.
nmmn nflVra ahonld be distinctly stated
7. Altered bids should not be submitted ; cor should
bids once submitted be withdraws.
S. Each bid must be guarantied by wo or more respon
.n. aattifaetarv .o the Postmaster General.
rc-nr.i rn.rxuU.. cannot be admitted. The bid and
guaranty shoud be signed plainly with the full name of
9 Thi. nmartment reserves the right to reject sny bid
whlchmav be demed extravagant, and also the ttdsot
r.ilInT eantractora and bidders
10. The bid should be sea ed ; superscribed " Mall pro
posals for overland route to California, addressed -aec-mi
AtatantPostmaster General." Contract Office.
II A modification of a bid m any or lis essential
terms la tantamount to a new bid. and cannot be received.
aaaato interfere with a re;ular competition, alter the
la.t honr set (or receiving bids.
12. Postmasters are to bs careful not to certify the suf
flclenry of guarantors or sureties witnout knowing tnst
they are prrsoas ot sufficient responsibility; and all bid
ders, gua-antois, and sureties are distinctly notified that,
on a failure to enter Into or perform the contracts for the
service proposea ror in m. accepbeu uiu, uicu ivo iu
bllltles will be enforced a, a nst them.
12. Present contractors, and persons kn.wn at the De
nartmentmnat.eaually with others, procure guarantors
andcertifieates ot their sufficiency substantially in the
forms atove proscribed. The cetttneates of sumciency
must be signed by a Postma.'ter, or by a Jndge of a court
The attention of bidders, guarantors, sureties, kc., Is
directed to the following Isws, vtx :
See. 2. Act March 3,1305, requiring contracted, ear
Tier. Ac. to b. sworn.
Sec 44. Act of March 3, 1S25, in relation to failure to
enter Into csntract.
s. 21. Act of Jnlv2. 183. liabilities of guarantors
Sec. 24. Act of Jolyl, 1S3S. authorizing bids of falRng
contractors to be rejected.
Sec. S3 Anact of July 2. IS3S, In relation to combina
Act of April 21, 1501 , provides that no member of Con
gress can be a contractor. ,
Sec 42 Anact of March 3. ISM. "
poitmaater,aisitant postmaster, or clerk In po.t office
shall be a contractor. h
Sec 7 Act of Mar h 3. 1825 provatltTO other
than a free white male person bal be emjyw in car
TnePo.tma!t.r General -CI reserve .e hl-nself the
rlgntof annulling any contract " ;7"
act, whenever Be snail aiw.wr " , "
part of It, is offered for sale in the market, for pur
pose of icn alien; and he will no case sanction a
transf er of the same. In whole or in pa. t. Jo an) Ie"'
orsuiootractorlesUuarrll d in his epinlor. than the
ap29 3aw4w Pustmaite. General
PURSUANT te a Deed of Trust, made ami entered into
on th. 18th day of February. A r ! bv Thsmaj
J Cogswell and Anna M. Cogswtll hi. ife, wherein I
am appointed Trustee, for certain pmpo l said deed
set forth, I will proceed to sell at pub i ateti n for eah.
In front of G. B. Locke's auction t. r. on Main street,
in the city of Memphis, Teunes-e au FttlDAT, Ibe 1st
day of May, 18S7, to the higoest bid er for ch. the fol
lowing described piece or pireel of rrnUF.d, t,re. being
and situate In th. city of Memphis an-1 State ot Tennes
see to-wlt: Said lot or parcel of grund I. knwn aud
disinat ed as the lot of gruann 4 -edl to Fan . Ty:i r k
Robinson by W. L. Vance, and bounded fVwi via :
Beslmtng at a stake on the .itb .lie f B-al street,
about sixty feet cast of the eastern Iwiuk .f lujaa Gay
oso ; thence eastwardly with th. turta si te of BVal . treet
thirty feet to a stake ; thence northwardly at right angles
with Beal street one hundred and arty fiet to an alley;
thence weatwardly with said alley thirty feet to a stake,
and then' e southwardly to the beginning being soutb
wsl corner of Block No. S4 of the South Memphis sub
division. I will convey said property te th purchaser In
as full and complete a manner as I ran a Tiuitee, and
not in any other way. U C. CLARKE,
Sale of Valuable
Fraxer TItns, Louisa V. Nelson-! .
Parte Petltisn to
Nelson, minors t
sell Real Estate for
by their guardian and next f
friend J. M. Provtne. J
PURSUANT to a Decree of the Circuit Court of Shelby
county, tendered at the September Term, IStS, In the
above cans, I will, on
SATURDAT, THE 2d or MAT, 1837,
on the premises. In the dv vf Memphis, proceed to sen
to the highest bidder, a valuable Lot ot Ground, being
part of Lots 13. 1S7 and 13J. fronting 34 few 1 Vf inches
on Exchange Square, and running bark east 143M feet to
Main street, in the city et Memphis, ceua'yot Shelby
and Stateot Tennessee.
Terms or Saix, On third caib; balne on a
credit of one and two years Is qual Insta'ments. Pur
chaser to execute bond security for the unpaid purchase
money, and a Hen will te retained on the Lot until final
payment Is made. .... .
Nevertheless, ssld Lot win be olered at private tale
upon the above terms, until the above time, when. If a
suitable purchaser Is ot found, said Lot will be sold as
aforesaid. For particulars, call on Fraier Titus, J. i.
Provtne, or me.
martf-tis M P. L. 81 K WART. Clerk, Ac.
TO TIIE LADIES ASD GENTLE3IEX OF
JAMES M1LLSON, hmierty of Clncm-
rati, Ohio, would reictrully announce to
the citliens of Memphis that he has opened;
ar.E ACHING and PRESSING Establishment on Untca
street, near DeSoto, where Bonnets. Flats, Glpsey and
Gents' Hats win be done ia the best style (or those who
favor him with their patronage Alro, Bonnets dyed asd
pressed for stores, at low prices.
Please give Hm a call, on Onion street, near DeSoto.
TO HiT-Tin X-H-J HTtTO:
The Madison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Eactory.
THEnnderstlgndaastskenlha stand recently5 occu
pied by Moore k Halsted, over the Planing Mill et
Whipple, McCuBsgh At Co., snd Is prepared to fill all or
ders for Sash, Doors, BUnov, Frames, Casings, Mould
ings, Mantles, kc. .
' Particular attention paid lo dressing and ripping Lea-,
ber.' for the Carpenters and Builders; "r
South American Pever & igne
Is a Cbeap, Safe and Permanent Care,
AXD IS A LSO A PREVENTIVE
0? THE VARIOUS FORMS OP
PRICE OXB DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
THIS preparation contaiBS no .Ir.ntft r ilimry,
and wil, not, ilka the many csspcuatos new recuh.
mended for Biltous or other Fevers, leave the IT l
a condition mare to be dreaded than ike disease; bat v s
grat merit la In its Curative, Preventive and Rastora
tlve properties, aad is adapted te nH aoej aad eaewi
tlons of the system.
i early all the articles wafcB. tar ffiio ns camps i
tlon are ct themselves, stag y, reiu.dtal agents fat tie
care of Bilious aad IntesBiMSeet Fevets.
As a preventive, tats MnMeiae stoeld be tssed j eoa
valeseeaU, TrsveHrs. Kes4graets, aad 4aers, d'ox tb
Summer andean aoaHw,wlMB malarlees dbeasw are
A Treatise tyG. A LEONARD, New Teek, ca the
disease, with TestroMBWIs aad Oerttteates ef ear, s-r-f
teted, can be ebtalaed grataiteaaly, at all the atc a
where the medicine is seed.
The fallowing tutowat ot ifie Kv. K. M. Ps, fn
perinteadeBt of the Five Points Kease of ha"! m
given below, ts oar that speaka vetaaae aa ta the vauka
bteprepertt sot this remedy
Mr. G A. LOSAW sw: i use a lasasareaisrae -
milling to you the friiawlag taeW, ta reiaMeei Wa tc
perfected by tne ase ef year a. a. rever a am abb m
dv. noes ae of the iamatea at the Haase of hvi' r .
Jena Teaaga. wbo has beea suAriag fnst the eaP a 4
fever dariag the put Bveatesth, was ia Nevessair lt
attacked, aad the paroxysm, were as severe a. may I
ever knew; almost inetaat reiiet was exaett'ne.d i
g vleg the first ce ; on toe expected day of Man, it
was administered, aad it aaa rae asaar nauaw-
rupting the paroxysm. Staee taa emfTtdierw tneT - "af
d seas, baa left mat, aaa ae bm i novel .u as . r
wentad appearance and heal tk. Traly years, Jte..
New Tobk, Jan. 35, sues. t- js. rA
G. A. LroxARD. E Dttr Sir: Havtag swsr r- d
from severe sttaek of Pevvr aa Asa., I aad ararsy
spalred or flndlag aay f law. ataer taaat a assaaarMy
Bet while laboring aader a svere atteck, it wa sat grat
ed to try year resaedy, and, aa ike ether naMaatm I had
used, it ha prov.4 a proapt aad peiaaaamt eare. a- I
hare never l?for gone o ka; vrthMt avt; an-ui r
the eemaiaiat, aad eaa reeossmeM km a A. rrm- aci
AgueRamedyasa vataabie nefartae efleeaaal c.n . t
the disease. ROBT. F. PHltPIT
New Tone. Dee. 1, 1866 Cr. V. air aaa wat.r-srs
Mr. A. F. Ster tag. ot tats cKy, naa eaneeatnl teisa
paMieatiea ef the raOuwtrxc faeu, aver ate s4ga r
eoaeernlBe a core perfected by lax bm of tMs saw y.
which facte are OMTsaoratea oy tae atev. l-a n a.-',
who was acqaauted wtta all tae eiicaawUataa.
Ma. G. A. Leoabd Dtr 9tr- Seaae tea da .'.!".
I beard f a poor bat dvservias; Sersaaa, tB M.l'er y
street, who wa. saffrriag fraa a sever altasket cams
and fever, ceasractedia tae lew groaads, aer wr.,
N.J. I gave Mat eaa bottle of yoar Saa Aswr,. a
Fever aad Agae Remedy, aad It aSKds me pesi 1
sar that the disease aas beesi arekea ap ay sts a aac a
permaneBt care ejected. Traly years,
NEW IOR3C, SIOT. O, Iarn,. A I
I am aceaalated with tee faets set Jtll istka- as.
certificate, aad caa wttaeM ta the trat- aftae u-
ments thereta eaataiaed. L. M". PEAa
Sep t Five pseats aeaee at Hesnj.
Th faliswiBf trtioea4es at Fredk L. Beetle ud
Henry Mater, are among t aoae pecaHar cases is wei ti
perraaaeBt care can be eaecttd. tsatwttaetasd mt h .'
contlnaed exposure to predisaeeiag eaases. Attae mw
the cares were perfected, taey were eagaged in the Con
ical Warks of Messrs Cbas. Paaer k Ca . ef tats o' v
After having beer. tivablet,xlhrFever aad Aaa 'ur
nearly a whole moeth, aad swaajjelata.ja
acqualntaaceet BiaereceiBBundedlae totrj n Wtt- t
what U called the South Aaaencae Fever aad .gae E- tn
edy, asd sare eaoagh it worked like a charm. 1 1 et it
only one day. and that waa tae hat 1 saw et lb sev
It is with great pleasure that I state tMs tact lar l
beeefltof aH whom it may eeaei ra, aad wtsa eve-' i- y
the same suocess la malt era; tats ditrsaia- da
which is likely eaoagh, tf they will ssHaw ay esa y.t
Aagast, 1966. WWppee-st., Bre-.k-jn
Thave had the Fever and Ague for several" w.k.
wbtch kept me at home, unable to work. I tried a i -jj-ber
of procripttona. withes nading aay lattef, i a i t. y
factory beas seat ase a bottte of the Sooth AmecVac -ver
and Agae Redy. wkMhl have aed, aad afser m im
day tuvA myself entirely cared. I have had aa at a- k
since that tim-, new fwtaB moatas, aad feel n at
confidence la this valaabte laetHciae, t. watch I tuy
ricevery. u.-ki a
Sept. 20, 18SO. So Jlc.eeB.a., nuautmia
Thecertiacates ef Mr, J. &. Wh 9tn l 't
Jamaica, N. T.. and tasae reeetv taraagB. bib. w h
read with raaeh latetes- net only froas tae very to p -able
character of the part frrs. bat teat Mse sMdsen w a
nwKl noder verr usfaverable eircaaMUnces, ai. ol v
Then other remedies bsfl be uuisWiat saece-a
Mr. G A. Leoxard-NVa. Dear mr
win find some certtacatia ot tse guod effeeta otjv
lclne ia this ilace. It gives s.tisfactiea to ev.i
that has aswl it. and the sal win tnereM as K njart
known. I take the responiiaWty to varraaS it. Mr.
Stephen H. ndersea. of this place, seat a l. s
wife's sister, with like good ret kits as waea ad by
himself and wife. Mr H. is anoM mat, a nrfWr c
table citizen of this place, and we4l kxawn.
Tmly yours, kc , JAS. G. UXDEREILL.
Jamaica, N. T., SepUSS, 1855.
We, the undertigard. have used the S. A Reafdy ff "
Fever and Ague aad IntermllWsg Fevers, aad i
has made a perfect care et oarseires aad faBtlw. tiA
with much pleasure ncomBtead it ta paWe as a aafe
and cheap medicine. V
ELBERT CONKLIN, TO. JCfflNiOX,
Cn ARIES J GALE, WM. BENNETT.
Jamaica. N T., Sept. 27, 186S.
Ma. J. G. UsDEBHiix. Druggist, ice Dear Sit." I
have used the Soath American Remedy; sahKasy rmm
mendedbyjon, bath for ray sa aad wife, and we hve
been curd. I believe 1 Is the best medietae f r the
chills snd tever oat. I sbea'd net have, used It if -v n
did set warraat a care, bat new I aawatteled it a. a ,
you recommended It ta be. roars. Tavrioiij,
JAMA.CA, X. T.. Sept, I.. n
Mr G.A.Ia:)aAl-ir;Mymother aa.ged
lady, was affiiesed wl'h tae ckil-s aad fever y bd lat
summer, aa aavtag heard ur aaedielae . Mgbs, r cm
mended, .he was lndaced to try it ; alter tekr8K.Br aud
a half battles, sbe was perfectly cored, aad I eheetrai y
recommend it as a sare " m"
G. N. CODWIf-E
fttr,r,rtleles might be added te sweBtaeiht tot
a delleacy on the part ot many to aavetbeb-name appear
in print, prevents a pabeitatiea cf taeai The. a ve.
however, are sufficient evidences to estabtteh the fact
that this remedy ts witbeat an eqaat for tae pwmamwui.
cure of the Fever and Ague.
A supply et the above Medicine oa hand aad fer by
WARD k JOJfRS.
apIS-Sm Whilesale Agents tor MfB5bl.
33: XT Xs 3S3 5T S
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPAIULLA,
AWARDED IfT OCTOBER,
As tht best and only genuine tonpovnd of th no
now presented to tht public.
I0UISVILLE AHKTJJLL EZHTBITI0K.
the American people, has new tecomrtheftauiard
remedy of the age. The afflicted bear testimony I its
marvelous properties, and ibe unhappy, pate-w. r and
exhausted surerers rejoice there t np, wbea al.
failed. Out of the hundreds ot cases scatter
Mississippi, Alabama, Wlsnsln, Missouri, Indi .
Kentucky, it has never in a sinale Instance bean
to fail, anawlH cure, beyond alt ooaet:
u!a or King's EvS, Af
f eetiesn of the Boaes, SyphEls,
DebOKy, Habitual Costlveness, Erysipe
last Pnteenary Diseases, Liver Complaint
Piles, Female Irregularities, Pistols, Skin Di ia
Diseased Kidneys, and as a great and puw -
erful Tasle, purifyiag tae Blood, j
and lavigoratiag the j
This medicine, though prepared 'at great exteair.U
nevertheless wHMa the reach of poor as weH a rrtr. and
looked upon by the community aa the greatest Lfcs.sia-z
ever conferred n mankind.
Dr. T. A. HURLEY'S MaBafaetary, corner of ' clh
and Greene streets, Louisville-, Ky., where aH i4.-rs
must be addressed.
For sale by H. F. FARN3 JOB.TS k CO., and CH N
DLER k CO., Memphis, Tennessee,, and Drtujts
throughout the United States and Canadas.
Price $1 per bottle, or six for 5. sec21-aaw
Purify yonr Blood!
THE CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OS X XL
LOW DOCK Is the sovereign remedy fer al! if --res',
rial Affections, Scrofula, Swelling of the Joint., ttheo.
mitlsm, kc. As a Liver Medicine, it has noequai. lis
alterative effect on the system, in addition to its Letir a
purely Vegetable Preparation, adapts It to aim M any
Chronic Affection where an alterative medicine V- re
quired. For Eruptions on the Skin, Old Ulcers, Dy- T
sla. and Nervous Htadache, it has no succtsafni wo.
petltor among the nostrums ot the day. As it imatt
Medicine it trill be found invaluable.
X3 For sale only by CHANDLER k CO.,
sep-dawly DruegUts and Apotheean
Odd FeHowa' Hall Block. Men-'
SOME FORTY OR FIFTY ACCLI
MATED COTTON NEGROES
FROM the State of Georgia, consisting of at.
nen. women, boys and girts. Among thm Iftr
are same very likely families. In a' few
days we Intend to concentrate, .ur purchases
irom Kentucky and Virginia to this point, asd live .be
buyers of this country an opportunity ot mvesttrg - ti- r
money In good Negroes. Give us a call before m.kuig
mar22-3m BOLTON. DICK3NS Jt CO
THE undersigned navo opened a Carriage Factor t -n
Second street, 'Vtweea Washington and A'tama
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture acr H -pair
Carriages at the shortest notice. All werk d"c tit
them will be guarantied, and a share of public paVooa.
JsrtJ-lr L. S. burr, N rn
I HAVE just received some ot ttune rt
gant FRENCH.' BOURDOIXt PIASOS.
from the celebrated Piano Facterv f
"Ebasd," at Paris and London, ai.i r.
ter them for sale. I keep those splendid little ORGANS,
called Seraph tne, with from ten to thirteen stepsMnit alt
the latest lmpronmmts. Tart are known to beTbirj tw I
Instruments forChurcaes, Lodges and School RoomfkJUa
Instrument sold bv me a.e warranted for flv. yjajfc .
83 Tuning and Repairing of Pianos, ViollnsjOrKaat.
Heicdeons, etc, etc., cone in a wubaanJUi'maaser at
moderate prices. f
33 I do not pretend to give lessons on anysumbei ami
variety of Instrumeotsi - " ,
- i i.t ' '"HENRT G.Q0LLSKBERG,