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THE DAILY CLARION JT There's some tope still left U3 th.;-. the dark clouds that have su. Wi ' e iri'.. i.iKieu u nr me past two days ' withdrawn, and that this -s succession of violent showers cease. We noticed yesterday jit:, prospei ting on Capitol street, a,1 c. sent out probably from some fti-' "- tter locality than this to see if th " ere any abatement of the water- 1 he low countries are inunda ted and their inhabitants have, after the tashion of that first great nav ig" Noah, sent forth a dove to see ifl.. an bring back to them, any of that hope which must now bo nearly gO!n- Olive branches were probably not plenty enough to spare him one, but '" Is presumed that he found sorue thi)r: :rfn, as he left on the approach of tli" last shower. iTlIuman depravity was forcibly ilia-Mated yesterday- evening in a touching little incident that occurred OBCajiitol street. An aged freedman W&B driving his dray up the street at a leisurely jmci sitting on a bag of potatoes. His countenance bore a tlflightfully guileless expression, and was in itself eminently suggestive of peaY and irood will. He had not noti'-'-d a great gaping hole in each sidfi"!' his sack, which had attracted the .i"ieiition of a couple of more youtht'u! but erhap4 less honest pro Itrjtt of Summer it Co., who crept upon thedr.iv aulas "uncle" nursed his plea-ant fancies, oblivious of every thing around him, they slily relieved bilft of about a peck of potatoes, and f i . In nd while he went on his n-ay i:!i;n;!idfiil of the sharp practice of v. ! i : i h he was the victim. -- V - - r We never were struck so .seri ous;.' wiili any fact as we were yester day ( ei.liiL; when we called at Robin son V ' o's , of our citv. Things are ac tually and v-ard-wouM rigli : I : the 1 : - and ' Hill i eheapcr than in New Orleans, really felt some animosity to-thi-lirm, for we Ixlievt- they sting Chicago or New York i -re to dackson if they only had n-portal ion. (.'all and see them imine goods and prices and you ! pay higher prices elsewhere. s The lifeless corpse of Red Jack ' was found yesterday lying upon f theie'or in a brick building in our i city. The spirit had fled but was not : at re -' It circulated amusingly upon : out -treets, slept soundly under the stall ..'v and upon the lounge, and the Ilea 1 eiitre w hen last seen was riding upon both sides of a horse, up Main 'street. Try Red Jacket but don't ""-mix it with Angelo's whiskey smashes. W i jC-fThe high water for some time '- "past has set us to thinking seriously ' .-whet In -r we ought not to report river -news. Town creek has been present 1,1 lag the appearance of a very earnest i, $mt respectable river, but the sudden fluctuations of that erratic stream would repute the services of a most efficient corps of reporters. Imagine how it would read : "The river rising rapidly; it rose 5 feet in the last hour. At this rate it would rise feet in 24 hours and '1 tlie Capitol will not be safe." ; Perhaps it would be as well not to report it, but. let Town creek rise and ifill w itliont alarming any one. ; Among the bitter experiences ,.t of the lat few days, we chronicle the fact that we must this morning say gtodbeto our old friend. Captain 1. B. Johnson, of the firm of Craft 4r John-oii. w ho leaves our city to en ter juto business in New Orleans, f' We), ic known him for years, and have c er found him the gallant sol r "uir 1 the affable and courteous t gentleman. Among the many brave '.T Bieawh" made the army of C.eneral Lee, reat mid glorious, no more oiheer could have been found aptain Johnson, and when than 1 the - blessed white-w inged messen ger alighted upon our land aiul v found him located at Jackson we di i not allow ourselves to consider '.4he pr..-pect of his leaving. We can . truly s , v. i!. ui.t.wh'hiiSv l.tva h.ive come." Ma i'v'u -n Is ivot ami fortune i-Mnile u!ttnhim whore ver he jocs. tWm- i - J5'W.nders will never cease as long , the ingenuity of man can ' r.i:i iie field of speculation, or I. t.t lit a 1 gam honors either by trust -ing t- luck, braving obstcales or vent-inga--ion. We have been most Cor :.cihly i in pressed with many things in " our t ,wn of late, and ye local in trav ; ' dm louii'lhas many a laugh that tie lie should enjoy. To mention unlj a few by way of variety, comes . '"'-t' ca-e of a gentleman whose , i propensity for allowed him to so ' 1 . f-r f . ct himself as to call by a hard t name a freedman of respectable char- - fteter. and his assistant. This gas t laaa accused him of being not re-a-ot descended from an animal of the . c.ii ,, tribe. The freedman not claim ing i be thus related, o tie rod a posi- t: v$ insult to the gentleman, and was U feti-etl by having his right organ of vision closet!. The executive of his Col r came down upon jenl like a 'oil i.pon the fold, and with a writ ' t'n 1 him to the seat of city justice. 1 rt' e blow, gent was pardoned, but i -t i , -ulting our city dogs by accusing tin key of being kin to them, he wi4 t ,ed' live dollars. A vounu gentleman was placed in a ': i urious position on Main Street. ' hi .i lady just from the country was pso,g by Vis store on horse-back, tiie iniinal became suddenly ta- i with a disposition to enjoy t' d 1 ospitalities of our town by lying dofn m the street Our young man f.-hi I out, seized the animal by the r iQs tiu. .uy quiets remarked that Ho uncommon complaint "with the y'.aial. and to please give him a bottle OS salt and water. She supposed it ifl sst have been the drinking of Pearl ''.er water, she never knew water to agree with him before, but allowed it fflust have been the pearls. Salt and jit w as administered, and while pre 'libing and drenching the animal the - -3g became mightly mixed, as the ing man did not know which hi y wition was most attracted to, tlie 1 f-e or the 3'oung -woman. Hatting isjnow a favorite amusement Ong gents who have nothing else to (, ' jare their attention,and to see a skill- ' terrier shake the breath out of a rat : looked upon with the greatest zest ; Jbliiue things are looked for soon, as ( newspaper men were in solid con ?e yesterday for some time teverial jashes were disposed of and we learn ideiitally that Red Jacket came out ";r in the scriinniage. , Sjon things i be arranged and the urorld will be er and better. SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE TO TAX ASSESSORS AXD PRO BATE CLERKS. At-DiTOH's Office, i Jackson. Mim.. April lath. Is66. The Land and Personal Anaes-iment Kolls for fis cal year 16. and BUnks for Census return, are now ready for deli verr at thta office. Probate Clerks and As sirs will forward their orders for the same. The rolls cannot be sent by mail THOMAS T. S'VFAXX, April l!)d30d. Auditor Public Account SUKELY, STEADILY, SCCCESSKCLLY, SMOLAXDERS' EXTRACT BUCKU IS CCRING every caft of Ki-ioev Dia, IihramatUiu, Gravel, Uriuarr liwtjnirrs. Weakiiewi aid Pins in the Bak. f'tmai; Compiaiiitit and Trouble niz.jj from excef-!i of any kiud. COMK, YK AKFblCTED! TRY SMOLAXDEk'S. TAKE X O OTHER BUCK U. Sold .v aU Apothecaries. Pri.-el. I BARXES it CO.. New Vork. and ilAKN ts. WARK CO., New Orleanu, Southern Agent. iSl'RLEIGH 4. KOOEKS, Cholesiiie lrussiU, iSuetuo. Maaa., Oeueral Agents. martbedlT. (HlMiE (!' NdlKDl'l.li. N. O., J & (1. . 11. K. On and after Wedin-sduy, the 4tU inst., a PaBsenger Traiu will leave New Orleans daily at 7.W am , arid arrive at Jackson H.: P. M. Canton " 00 p. m Re.tiiruinj;, will li avf; Canton daily at 7.00 A. M.; arrive at Jatkson 9 il A. M.; New Or leans 45 v. M . By this hlij;t!t liiudification of present wliednle, closyt- i onnectioUH are made with all toniiei tinx line North. B. If GREENE. apl 4 dl w A.sf.t. SSujit. & En'r tT'E. J. Wicker, of Magnolia, is antlior-i-;d to art us aeut for the Clarion. He will travel for some time in the counties of Pike, Franklin and Wilkinson, and will receive BnljscrintioiiH for the Clarion. rii' Tlioiiiits Mi Intyre is our authorized a;eiit for New Oilcans. WANTED. Local and traveling agents, Male and Female, Us the GLOBE SEWING MACHINE, the SinijtleHt and ' 'lieapest (jl M I ir.ti-hine in use. Licenced by Kliart 1'owe.. Jr. Silver Medal awarded at Mechatiica Fair, (k-toiler 1 ..-. Samjilti AIii lunH wnt to Ai;elit on trial, at Aii;eljt (ri e. Sj-ijiI tor dc rij.ti ve t'MTuUr anil terms. Seicl l'r rnv new Patent '1 readle. It cosla lena than halt what the old table dues. W. ( LAKE ANWERSON. Vo. , Noith Sixth Street, .sT. lOl'IS, Ml; Uoxr.l-'. Xlai.h-dani pp' One of the largest seed stores in the South in that of R. i. Oraiu A ( ., HTLI Main street, Memphis. Tin y have a larc supply of every kind of seed stiitahlc for the garden or field, and will lill orders on reasonable terms. mar-whim i i lii.it V t; i:.K04i. c h a N ; i: of sen i; del e. OX and sitter.Sniid.tv, 2-2A)iriI. the hdlow- inn Seheildle will take etVeef EAST. PaHcni:cr Trains b-ae "irUsliur r A. M.; J ksoii ;i.:ii! do airi e Meridian fi. lc 1. M. w'K.sr. Pasiriener 'l'railn leave Meridian H tCt. A. M.; Jnekoon IV M.; '' " arr ive Virk.-ilMir li.;i." A. M.; fSCuntit-rtitii: with New Orleans. Jackson and Oieat Xoitliern lttlroad at Jaek-soti. and with Seliuaand Meridian and Mobile and tihio Koada at .Meridian K.C. SLAt liHTKU, April --Miltf Chief P.iif;. and Oeu'l tjiipt MISSISSII'IT A XI) TKXXESSKK RAILUOAD. Trains leave Oremola Ilailv at 30 A. M.. inline diatelv upon arrival ot 'I'lantson Mississippi Central Railroad, arriving at Memphis nmio p. Al. la'ave .Memphis at 4. .in 1 . Al , arrive at tircnada I j cm I" M A. S. I.I VERMt IRE. Feb. Sltf. Gen 1 Supt'. TAI'I'AA A CO., Oealem in IKOX, MTKls.1,, AII.s, SI'IKKS, HhAOKSMlTll TOl,S I'rtiitln and V rapping I'aper, Jkc, No. -I, Mulberry Street, VicksLury, Miss., )SO. S. W1I.1HJ1.L. W. H. StKlSHLKI ebern, Ala- Kurmeriy uf Vicksburg. I.. N. WAl.rHAl,I., Marion, Ata. U Aii HALL CO. c o t r . i' a v " o i: AMI UBSKRAI. Coinmissioii Merchants, 11, I .!(' tTUKKT, d'P ST tlllS,) NEW ORLEANS, LA. Liberal advances will b-. made, in cash or sup plies, ou cotton conntKUeu to us. Million JIi l.aughliu, Pearl Street, Jackson, re our agents. tcllo.i iSl'ENCLIv IIULSK. tOKAEll FIIUST AXD BUOADWAT, CINCINNATI. OHIO. L.. 4. IMS 4 S T, I'l oprletor. Slav ldlv. W. C. O. WHO'S. J. X. WIM.AKI. OEO. AXOEIISOX wiLLiKu inn Opposite the Court House, L O U ISVlhLE. K E N T II C K Y, Just .completed, newly fitted and furnished. WHIPS, .WILLAKD . CO., lroprleor. XI .. I .l.toT CINCINNATI TYPE lOTJNDEY A M D PlilXTING-MACIIIXi: W'OISKS 201 Vina street, Cincinnati. Send for Specimens and Estimates. M.iv I d m rrur.fH FITTERS ARK TRKPARKD IX Pt'RK A Boortn Whikey. from a combination of over twt-nty different kinds of roots, barks and herbs, which act in perfect concert one with the uther, prepared from the original formula Riven by the (Treat chief Red Jackot, to nr. Chapin. who nsed them aucceasfully in bis prac tice for rnanr Teara, and btr their ne Rained n great a popularitr in the treatment and cure of Tysr-Pi, Liver Complaint, Constipation. Sick and Nervous Head ache. Fever and Airne, and all diseases arisinu from torpid lirer and indigestion. Peraona Buffering from ither of these loathsome diseases w ill find a cure by ths use of these Bitters, which are perfectly rre "1 from all those druRS and poisons usually put np in snch preparations, and jialmed off on an uiisnsoeetinjt public. A sinsle trial will conrrnce the most skeptical that in the RKD JACKET there is a Ortus that no Other Bitters possess, - They stranirthen and fnvfjrorate the system. They ara uuequalled for general debioty. They are a cure for Pyspepsia. They girs a good and heaitby appetite. They assist digestion. Tbev purife the breath and acidity of ths stomach. They cure Piarrhoea and Cholera Morbus. They are an antidote to change of water and diet. They are ths best stimulant in existence. They are a preTentiva eover and Ague. They relieve Constipation. They cure Nervous lieadachs, Tuey ara per fee Uy pure and palatable. The gennina RED JACKET BITTERS are only sold in ouart bottles; never br the gallon, quart or plnt- 6ea that our private Government stamp is unbrokea over each cork. ... Sold by all dreggista and dealers throughout tha conntry. Call for Red Jacket and take no other. Circulars to tba trade supplied on application.- BEMETT PHTEES & CO, Proprietor!, Jio. 16 Soutli Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MO Aprihrtdawly ,otlre. Application leine made for a Patent Kiirht for an improvement of. or for the dreaa of Mill Kocks and the trunks of the same : all persons are herebj- no tetieid from makina use of the invention without th consent or authority of the inventor. fajjxKR. Wavne C-nnty, Miss., March 22, '66 asdtf. THOMAS J. IIOLMES, AlCTIOXEKB. AXD COMMISSION Merchant. State jlwt, a door, trio lldzhtimi Corner, JACKSOX, MISS. References : NewOrleans-ThorahlH It Co.. Uoyd R. Coleman, K. J Walker Co., Commission r" - Co. MoatgomerT. Ala Johnson 4 Walker. K. r. lote. W. A. K. Bell, and E- M. Reading. Vlcksburg-Tarn, r M Ellis O.M.Barber. Jacks n Hen. Wm. L. Sharkey, Hon. E. M, ger, Hon. J. J- Yerger J a Yerger, J Sc. T. Kobinsnn St. Co . Geo. Fearn, G J- Shepardson, Ran dal Sl Putnam Got. Humphreys, E. C. Heokor. At-totn-T General ApllOd'm FRESH COTTONSEED. 1,000 BfSIIELiS FRESH COTT9S SEKDs growth of 1865, now being received at April lfrdlm ROBISSOy CO. WAX WORK. , MISS JEKKTE MILES announces to the ladies of Jackson that ahe wiU teach this beantiful accomplishment at reasonable raw. Alao, that she baa on hand a choice lot which he will aeU. Her room ta at Mr Parker s o Magaime.tfet. spooimn's CUHE Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, vit uaas' Vk i J5j Intermittent Fever, t.-. 1 Tl l a . T1 ta itemucent t ever, asi'lV Congestive Chills, A ss-r.1 ! IAntiFever LM.isag -oT at st staal f UAl vk j s m ft- i -ia la ,S 'vW Wt ia J P - t . . aAksO Diarrhea, T3 Dysentery, Periodical Headache, rj Dumb Ague. of low, mrjrshy, and over flowed regions, or where mi asma prevails, and all EMIGRANTS TO THE SOUTH AND WEST, should not be, for a single day, without SPOONER'S ANTI-FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, in order that when they are attacked with Chills and Fever, Bilious, Intermittent or Remittent Fevers, Dumb Ague, Con gestive Chills, Pain in the Back, Periodical Headache, Diarrhea or Dysentery, (to which they are constantly lia ble,) they may promptly and effectually be cured, without the loss of a single day's labor. Their success is not contingent upon anything; they will never fail to cure effectually and per manently. For sale by all Druggists. SPQGMEfc'S Immuniry against the Fevers and Chills of Spring and Fall, the Dysenteries and Diarrheas of Summer, and the various Bilious complaints attendant upon the entire year, is what the South needs and must have before that favored region will attain the full meed of its great ness. Emigration thither has been and is retarded for the lack of it ; and for the same reason, cotton raising has been restricted and interfered with. ANTI-FEVER & AGUE - In view of these facts Dr. Spooner offers to the people of the South, and to Emigrants going thither, his ANTI FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, which have been demonstrated, repeatedly and repeatedly, to be an unerring and never-failing preventive and cure of all Bilious com plaints incident to the South and West. Try but one ex periment; the cost is trifling, the result is beyond any con tingency. It never has failed and never can, while Physiol ogy remains a science. WK W&t So For Sale by all Druggists. Wm. Spooner & Co. Nashville, Tenn. WHOLESALE AG K. NTS, J. S. MANN SELL A CO., Ycic Orleans.L a. W. W. ItERRY & DEMON VILLEE, Xashrille, Tenn. COLLINS BEOS, St Lout, Mo. For Sale by CRAFT & JOHNSON, Apl id m JACK iy. MSS EXECUTIVE OFFICE. Jackson. Miss., April -21, Jtkl. I The attention of the uiembtTS of the Boards of Connty Police is hereby directed )o the following extratt from AX ACT To provide for the support of wounded and disabled soldiers, and f.r the support and education of indigent children of deceased soldiers, and the relief of indigent families of this State. Approved, November 21, . -v- mo; Sec. S.-He it further enacted. That it shall le the duty of the members of the boards of county police, to return & list of destitute disabled Confederate or State soldiers, re siding within their respective beats, who are destitute of the means of support, on lor before the lirst day of March nest, and the assistance required by each of said persons, which said reports shall be filed in the pro bat clerk's office, a copy of which shall be immediately filed by saiJclerk. in the office of the Auditor of Public Accounts: and shall constitute the basis for pre rata distribution of the fund, provided for in the fifst section of this act for the present fiscal year. iVo rided. That said fund shall be used by the boards of county police, for the support of indigent families of their respective conn ties, if, in their opinion the necessities shall require it for the present yean and. proridetl, further, that this act shall not apply to pau pers who are now provided for by law. About the 26th February last, a copy of the above act was mailed by the Auditor to the President of the Board of Police of the various counties of the State. Up to this date, I m informed that reports from only six counties have been made to the Auditor of Publiifricconnta. The second section of the above act pro vide that the Auditor shall make the dis tribution within twenty days after the fiscal year, annually. The fiscal year closes annually on the 3tth of April. It is con fidently expected that nearly sixty thousand dollars will be in the State treasury by the 1st lof Mar next, to be distributed under said act. it is my desire that the same shall be distributed according to the iotent.on of the act, and I urge upon the Boards of Police of the different ccnties the necessity of making returns to the Auditor by the 1st day of May next, in order that tb distribu tion may be made q April 22dfcw2. Got. of Mississippi. PI 1 1 Q Y Y M y w A sxA As-J AvJ KS a MEMPHIS. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT'S "Preparations. DR. SAMt KL GILBERT so celebrated as haviH2 had for the lat tireatj-fir jessx is the tr-eatmeut of CHRONIC DISEASES, the most lucrative Medical Practice in the South, haa at l&M eotiezitd to allow several of his mmt teemed r-tnH.iea to be prepared and sold a proprie tarv medicinea. This reflation baa been engender ed by the repeated solicitations of those who hare experienced the benefit of his renxarkable profes sional skill, and by the impossibility of giving enpeciai attention to each of the written applications UsUtde to him for prescriptions by those wfaoe mwu mary circamstances or L-Bsinees habits, preclude the po&dibtiity of applying in person to tun,. THE PlBtlC May rest assured that the man u rt u re rs spare neither paina nor expense in the preparation of these remedies. They are made of the very bet medicines known, in a faighiv concentrated form, npon strictly acitntiiie principles. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT'S H C X E K A I- A I. T E K A T I V K Acta direr tly upon the Gland and M aeons Mem branes ntnuulating them to additional activity in their natural functmns of eliminating from the Cir culating Fluids the usual Elfete (and in diea-. Morbid; Matter-", and expelling them through the Skin, Kidneys. Liver, and Alimentary Cam! from the system. It is, therefore, adapted "for the relief of chronic diseas affecting tbwe organs, and of the mucus membranes lining them such as ERIPTie.VS, TETTER, ULCERS, SCEOFL'LA, JAUNDICE GOITRE, CHRONIC IXFLAMATIOX OF BLADDER AND UTERUS, ETC. It is particular!)- usu ful in Suppressed Menstrua tion, Hereditary Taints. Syphilis, ana ruuladies aris ing from loii-coimuutMi use of Calomel. Jilue Mum, Corrtwive Sublimate, Fowler's solution, Xouovau's aolution, and other preparations of mercury and arsenic DR. SAMUEL GILBERT'S tetter oi.vrnEivr Is a most excellent preparation for the cure "of that claas of maladies usually termed DISEASES OF THE SKIN, and whielr-re popularly known as Chronic erup tions. Tetter. Pimplem, iMistera. Scabs, Sculd-Head, Milk-cruwt. King -worm, etc.. etc. It will al ho kill Itch and other local vermin which prey upon the , Kkin. It ant' tens and detaches the exereintntitims matters dejfosited upon the skin; hr-als the crarks. blisters, and pirnples. and renders the cutaneous surl;-e smooth and pliable. It has been used by I'r. Gilbert with most satistattory re sults, lor many years. It is offered tor sale, in" this st b from the firm conviction that it mus-tt necessa rily meet with the hearty approbation of those who m:ike use ot it. Full diret-tions for the method of using these rem edies, a plain ami accurate description of a number of the d liferent varieties td' skin di ceases, and many valuable suggestions in regard to their cuie. will be tumid printed on circular accompanying each pack age. These suggestions are the fruit ot most ample experience acquired bv 2r. Samuel Gilbert during his extraordinary professional career iu the treat ment of this vltin of disea-ses in the cities of Mem phis, New Orleans and New York; and will, it is is expected, enable most unprofessional persons to treat their own cases with much greater success than that which usually falls to the lot of ordinary physicians. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT'S Hi: VI, I (. OI.ItlE.T 1'ossesses peculiar tonic and astringment qualities which cause it to be admirably adapted to the cure of Various K.Iuiln of llcen, Kapeciallv those which are of an indolent nature, and which are usually denominated "Old Sores." It is confidently believed to be much superior to any other preparation made for similar purposes. Full directions tor the method of applving it, a plain and accurate description of a number of the di tie rent varieties of Ulcer. anl valuable directions iu regard to their cure, will 1r found printed on the circular accompanying each box; which remarks, it is nopeit. will cnahte most unprofessional persons to treat their own Ulcers with greater success than is usually experienced from the attention of ordinary physicians. Manufactured only bv GXLHKRt & HIGBEE. Wholesale Druggists, No. "2H1 Main street.Memphis, Tenn. J Sold by Druggists generally throughout the Southern States. A litieral discount made to the trade BAKXES, WA KD Al CO., Wholesale Agents, Feb2-d3m New Orleans. PHYSICIANS' COMBINATION SKCKKT CURTAIN DETHRONED ! ! -SOUTHERN PREPARATIONS ! ! ! Conscious of a public demand for reliable medi cinal compounds, poKsessing intrinsic value and merit, aud aware ot the unreliable and inadequate supply, motstly from Northern sources, and pre pared by parties possessing no experience in .South ern treatment, a number of able and exirieuced Southern Physicians have quietly aud dliVtatly prepared, and are endeavoring to supply that de- luaoo ny uttering a I'laoaot Family Medicines. which for reliahtlitv. promptness and efficiency, mav Ih- contidently relied upon. Disclaiming any supe riority of medical attainments, or the discovery of any olauic compound eliminated from its Tarta rean oen. yet we claim tlie right and ability tor the intellect of our own Southern Physicians to fortify. omb.it and dictate terms of our capitulation of our ow n Diseases. If in this, honest strategy, there he Let it extend, my friends, from Crulf to Sea, The lurid Lighting's flash from Pole to Pole. Let intellect govern, while thunders roll. Our Medicines are all classified according to the lictates of reason and common sense no one ar ticle recommended tor all diseases, and are more mplete than any class ol medicines ever otiered to the American people. As all secrecy is removed. Humbuggery is Outflanked. Our Agents being informed of the composition of each article and authorized to impart the same in- lormation to regular t 'ract icing 1'nysicians. DR. DROMGOOLE'S EiigllMli Female UIUert9 For the cure of painful, mippressed or irregular men struation, Leucorrhoje or Whites. Irritability, r Ice- ration ami ratling ot the Womb, Hysterics, Chlo rosis. tStorillity, Palpitation, Shortness of Breath, Melanchollv. Swinnuiujr or Gi-bliness of the Head. Sick Headache Iain iu the Side, Hack or Loins, i'olii et and Hands. Nervous Debility and Pros tration, and all that c lass of troublesome complaints afflicting old and young females. It removes all obstructions to nature, promotes regularity and re lieves the desi-onding ; TINGES THE PALE CHEEK with the roseate hues of nature, rounds and chisels the emaciated, adds brialliancv to the eye and in tellect, arouses the melanchollv, soothes the ner vous, imports beauty to retiring girlhood, and com poses old age It produces these effects bv thor oughly arousing and rciuvigorating the whole fe male system to its natural healthy functions. No female, married or single, in delicate health, should be without it. Call on our Agent and ask his opin ion. Price f-J 30 per hottle. DE LA ROOKE'S U I L L K I G . A ntver failing Rfmedv for all forms of Chills. Chill;, and Fever. Dumb Chills. Intermittent. Re mittent and Rillious fever. Periodical Headache, Xeuniliiia. vain and aching of the joints and limbs, general debility, cold chilly sensations, and all cm plaiiitftot'a malarious origin. Produces no unpleas ant teeliugs about the head, can be administered To lntauia. andean le reaed upon in the longest stand inf? cases o be found, aud the cure is perroauent. Call and look at it. DE LA LOOKE S Constitutional Monarch. TV-inn a happv combination of Stiliinzia, Tellow Iiock. arsapariila, Bnrtlock and Iodide of Potash, lor all impurities of the blood, skin diseases and eruptions. ScTofhila, Ehenmatism. Syphilis in all its varied forms aud stages. Caxup ltch.Tettr, SAfil heail. Glandular saelliusa and Tumors. lioils. fleers. Old Sores. Blotches and Pimples on the fac of very youuc mop. hereditary taints and alt dis eases requiriug an alterative treatment. Price tl 50 per bottle. SEEVAXTIEUK S COSIFOUXD Fluid Extract Beat-berry, Prepared according to exjierienoed Physicians' views, for all diseases of the Kidneys. Bladder Pros trate Gland and I retnra whether acut or chronic arlectine male or female. For retention and non retention of Urine, imperfect and deranred secre tion of the Kidney, producing thick or milky urine, a deposit of sediments, gravel, weak back, especially whenaarisinc from exceasea, effects of early indiscretion, habita of dissipation. Gleet. Lau'corrhoa, wakefulness, palid countenance, evil forebodings, Ac. This preparation is a compound of Ciiheba, Juniper Berriea, Bucbu. Pipsissawav and Matico in a concentrated form. Ask your Physician about it. Price large bottles only tl '"J. Our other preparations which are prepared with equal ability and skill, may be relied upon in all cases where such remedies are required, are as fallows : ln-umroole ft Co s tune Balsam. Hr. Dromffoole's Red Diarrhd-a Remedy. Iiromffoole & Co s Dysentery Compound. Sevantieur's Phloridzene Stomach liitters. Ie La RtKke's Pile iajve. 1 r. J. Par ham s Indian Solve. Dromgooie & Co s Vegetable Antibillious Pills. lie La Rooke's Liver Pills. lr. J. l'arham 9 Eye "Water.' Call on our Agent and procure a circular and read it. fpF sale by Drogpist and Merchant. J. P. PROMGOOLK sl CO.; Proprietora, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, 418 Main St., Memphia, Tenn BUCK, BALET CO., are AgenU for Jackaon,Misa MOSBT, RICHARDS CO., Canton, Mis. Feb tdw3m I. . MCCOMBS, CEO. IILLIE H. J. BYRNES. McCOMBS k CO, I mporters and Dealer in FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE, CITLKRT MKCHAKICS' TOOLS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Agents for Fairbauks' Scales, Agents fur the Clin ton Iron Worla Companiea, IKON AND NAILS, Agent for HaJFt Fire Proof Safes, Non.322r&. 324 Main Street, Feb25d3m MEMPHIS, TENN. MISCELLANEOUS. PULMONIC CORDIAL FOR THE RELIEF OF CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, AND ALL DISEASES OF TBI rn I . 1 r i ft t o a i ana Li un g s. 'pHiS DELIiHTFCL PR8PARAT10S. PRE l arod from fresh arm aarafatly sai acted ROOTS AND HERBS, Fa will Inttiy reenmmnd4 as pteaiant, aaf and re!Ubt remear f the above aifACttoos. Br th iraeiy a-ve of th-i rsla b'e expectorant many of tfi edi rtoltin(f tn m eo.OM or cxpoiar, or where -nfr xi-u an Dereditarv TENDENCY TO CONSUMPTION, Can b apedi! sni sffeettial!f reinod by the early nae of the PULMONIC CORllAL. hich stands to day wttboiit a nrai tor th above eomplanU. Try It and be Convinced. Preparel and sold only by CREIGHTOS A. CO.. Druggist and Pbarmftcentical Ohemiau, Aplt t3m 444 Main itre9t, Memphia (; o o d x i: w s FOX THE SICK ASB afflicted: THE GREAT Veter and Ague Remedy THE CHILL KING, Warranted as a snre eure.for FEVER AXD AGTE, DUMB CHILLS, K.VLAKGKD SPLEEN, Kit., AND AS i Tonic for Kcnuui Prostration, From Long Sickness or Iifbility, from what ever cause pnidureil. THE ORIGINAL CHILL J5ZHSTC3- la only Prepsredl by CllElGllTOS . CO., Drugijint and l'hannueutitMl t Chnmat, Hi Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. N. H An attempt is beinft nsde to introduce an other Remedy, bearing the nans of De La Uooke's Cbil Kmtr in cocseqaenee cf he very favorable re ception ani remarkabie succes of onr preparation person, wUbing; 'he nuine Article, wi1! theref re, bepsrticnl.r and Inqnire for CH KEIUH TON'S CHILL K1NU. spl-J4.i3m GREijGIITOX t CO. li E, T II l AT ' AND LUX (J DISEASES. DH. CREIGITONS iit'fKE HOUKS for thes Spesalilie. are from 8 to 9 o'cloc . a m. and from :i t. 6 "'clock p m. Persons wisbiuK l)r (;rei(thton's sersicei must con-olt ih-s r-rarg-emeut Ofbce in lTug Stre, Is. 444 Main St. son : h of Heal. PgFes tur Professional Viits esch. Ten Dnl hiT. Apl Hd:im 3IERIDUX. THE MAMMOTH SALOON, UNDER THE JOIES HOUSE. Meridian', list. J OSES lr PA TNE, '.'rrprvturt. Constantly on hand, the fiuest WIXES and LlyL'OKS. Call and see. AprillJd6m. JtAGSDALE HOUSE, ON THE HILL On the East side of the Railroad llertdian, 7tiisissippii IS always open for TRANSIENT and PERM A KENT BOARDERS, DAY and MliHT Its rooms are LAKtJK and COMMODIOUS, and the Proprietor is making ad itions and improvements coutinaally. REMEMBER "KA(iD.il,E UOl Dec 19. tf fiasi and near the hailroad trsck PARAPET SALOON. SUED & EAKEN, Proprietors. OS LKK'S AVE.UK, Two Doors from First Street. MERIDIAN, MISS. rpHE Finest Liquors nd most eniicinir Wioei, 1. are aiwavB n-ay to b ered at the Bar. Tbe brst Braovia cf Ttbatc- and Uigan are kept at this Saloon, April ltrftf "MERIDIAN F E M A L E CO L L E G E FACULTY Eld. J. B. HAMBERL1N, A. M., Princii'al, aud Teacher in Ancient LaDuages Venial and Moral Philosophy Mrs. S. E. HAMBEKLIX, Teacher in French. Mks. A. E. KIKKLAXD, Ttacher In English Course and Mathematics. Miss FLORENCE KEEP, Teacher in Music. TERMS FOR TUITION:- Primary Cottrse, per month.... ....92 00 Preparatory, -- . ....... 3 iM) CoUeir. 4 00 Ancirnt and Modern Languages, in add tioo, each. 1 00 Music on Piano ... ....................... 5 00 L'iw of Instrument . 1 00 t"- These rats to be ppfrt i tlold r its equivalent onthly in advance Four ks considered a month. Small boya admitted lirst j Exerci- resumed Tu". y, January 2d First iou wtit cloae July 17rh, lr66 j an 3d 2m JONES HOUSED MERIDIAN. MISSISSIPPI JOSIAH JONES, Proprietor. 'IHIS Commodious Hotel baa beta renovated and I otherwise prepared for the aarommodatioB of fleets- Tbe proprietor promises to keep his tabla supplied with everytning the market afforda. A stable is kept in connection with the House, whera annimals srill be well eared for. iulT 11 dtf PACL C. WOLFF, C. r. NORTON, WOLFF & NORTON. RECEIVING, F0RW1RDISG l.D GENERAL COMMISSION MER CHANTS. ALSO Agentafor the FLORKSCE SEIT1XG MACHINE Companv. MerlsIIaia, Mia a April 1'dtt L. a. DCcJ. L. al. HART. DUNCAN A: H A KT, Commission Merchants AXD DEALERS IX PRODUCE & PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Clarion Block, Johnson A vaae, Slerldlasi. Mississippi. Liberal sd varices made on sbipsoenu of Cotton or other Produce to oar friBda, Da ocas Randall, Sew Orleans oetodtf. E. .tl. RISIIA, Dealer in FOREIGN WINES, LIQUOES, And Sole Proprietor of $r pure .S Depot Xom. 63, 65 6T Glrod St. Tclwpitoalaa strwt, ' ISevr Orlenas. fablodlj. StateTnent o e CavUd. .ses and LaVvilies of e Insurance Comna of e ae of Wrpuia, 1. The Name and Location of the Company "TIU: INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA." Located, Winchester, Virginia. 2. The amount of Capital Stock Chartered Capital '$300,OiXi 00 3. The amount of Capital Stock paid up $1;1,5T4 S3i lnia gam represented by btock .Notes ol 4. Jf of the Lompany. - I 1. Amount of Cash on hand and in the hand of Agents or other person. 2. Real EUite None. j 3. Bonds owned by the Company and as follows, to-wit: I Stock Bonds of Stockholders, as above Virginia Registered Bonds, 6 pet "t. (old issue) f'.95o 00 111 New Orleans City 6 per ct. Coupon bonds. lOMaJtH); 3 Lynchburg City 6 per ct. Coupon bonds i ljooisj' Interest on atxve Bonds, due January 1. 166 j j 4. Debts secured by Mortgage, to-wit: interest 6 per ct.j j On Real Estate "with double the debt secured ' j 5. Debts otherwise secured (by pledgesof stock and per-; ' i soual security) 6 per ct ' 6. Debts for premiums, 6 per ct ! j 7. Other securities as follows, to-wit: j i0 Shares Merchants Natioual Bank, Wheeling, W. Va.j i?.0u0 00 ' 20 ' First National Bank. Faiiuiount j l.uwOOo' 12 " Bank of Louisville, Kentucky j 1.200 00 6 " Commercial Bank of Kentucky 5 " Bank of Kentucky Winchester Gas Company Stock Cash in Southern Bank Notes 5. Amount of Liabilities due and not due to Banks and other! Creditors - j 6. Losses isdjusted and due (unpaid because of contest among; creditors.) ' 7. Losses adjusted ami not due j f. Losses unadjusted None. 9. Losses in suspense, waiting further proof None, except what are resisted on the ground of fraud, and not admitted. 10. All other claims against the Company None. 11. The greatest amount, issued in any one risk The general rule of tue Company is not to exceed $5,000 on any one risk. J2. The greatest amount allowed by the rules of the Company, to lie insuied in any one city, town or village, depending uikui the si.e and how built. 13. The greatest amount allowed to lie insured iu any one block, depends upou the extent and construction. 14. The Act of Ineoporation of the Company, a copy is herewith enclosed. (Signed) State ok Virginia, Frederick County, J. 5. Carson, Presideut and Wm. L. Bent, the subscriber, a Justice of the Peace in and made oath that the amnixed statement is true the ofiice of said Company. Given nuder uiy hand this 10tu day ot .March let. (Signed) ' JOS. S. DENNY, J. P. State ok Vi kgixia, Frederick County, j ss. I. C. W. Gibbous Clerk of the County Court of Frederick county, in the State aforesaid. do hereby certify that Jos. S. Denny, before Justice of the Peace in and for said connty, his acts such lull laith aud credit are due, of Justice as thereout. . ( In testimony thereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and fixed the seal of L.S. said County Court this loth day of March, lNVi, and in the 9oth year of the Com ( mou wealth. (Signed) C. W. GIBBONS, C. C. The State ok Mississippi, ( Auditor's Office, Jackson. S I. T. T. Swann. Auditor of Public Accounts, that the Insurance Company of the Valley of Virginia, located at Winchester, Virginia, has complied with the act entitled an act "To regulate Agencies of Foreign Insurance Companies," approved, January 31.-t, 1-57; and in virtue of the power invested iu me, by said law, I hereby authorize D. N. BARROWS, agent for said Company, at Jackson, in the county of Hinds, to transact business of Insurance in thisState, nntii the first dav of March, 107. 1 Given under mv hand and s al ot Office, at the city of Jackson, this 2oth day L.S. of March, A. D. IS-. S TIIOS. T. SWANN, Auditor of Public Accounts. April 20d:?w. MOBILE. WALTER PE4RCE, B. F. T 1ESTR.1. WALTER PEARCE & CO., DEALERS I.V FINE WATCHES AND JEWELRY, SILVER AXD PLATED; WARE, N. W. Cor. Dauphin and Water Streets, April l:5dtjan'ti7 Mobile, Ala. HUKXTIIAL, BRUCE & CO., No. 29 Water Street No. i9 Are now receiving a tull assortment of I R 0 X,) Likewise Aft oat aud in Store, PLOWS, fllOKS. TRACES, NAILS, CASTINGS, And a General Stock ot HARDWARE, CUTLERY, Etc. To which the attention of buyers isrespectfuliv in vited. AprilHdlm F WuUKK, Mob. 6, A 14V. W. 8. PKH.K, fr. Enterprise, Miaa. J c:. WINN. Mobile. Ala WOLFFE, PRICE & O., (Formerly F. Woltl'e,) COTTOJT FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And Dealer in Xaval Store, No. 22 Commerce .Street, (Corner Commerce Si St. Francia Sts.) April IMly Mobile, Ala. L. MYER. 1. LYON. MYER & LY" O N, WkoUnale Dealers in GROCERIES, GERMAN FRltTS, LIQUORS, WINES, CIGARS, &c. South West Corner Water & Conti Streets, April 13d6m MOBILE. ALA L. BREWER, T. Dl'GGAV, H. L. HOPPER. L. BREWER i CO., Vrarral Coaimisaion .llrrrhnms For the aale of Cotton and Country Produce, Grocers and Dealers in Northern and Western Goods. Xo. 55, Corner Commerce and St. Louis Sta. ! oblle. Ala Oi'ilet s rroniptly Attended U. july21dti JAMES ELDER, CELEST1NE EsLAVA, ELDER & E S L A V A, (Successor to O. MAZANQE,) Importers and Dealers in H'ARD WARE, CUTLERY AND AGRICULTURAL. IMPLEMENTS, Corner Commerce and Exchange Streets, Mobile, Ala. We di-sire respectfully to call attention to tbe above card, and reursetil that we will a-ep constautiy on band a full supply of every article In onr line, eta ststint? "f CHAINS. STEEL, IKON, MILL ROCKS, PLANTATION HARDWARE, Belting an 1 Agricultural Implements, of all kind, Builders Hardware, of tbe best and latest stles, pocket and Table Cutlery. brth American and n lish; Carpen'era' B acksmiths' I ann-rs" anil Tinners Tools; Tin Ware. 8tove. Hullow Ware House Far nisbing Go' cs. and a variety f f Fancy arttcies. Our imported goods are SDtpped from tbe Manufac turers direct to Mobile, and ail other articles we re ceive from fiist bands, so tbat we can sell at the lowe,t prices. ELUtK at fcSLAVA April 13dly. THOS. P. MILLER, . I. WILLIaMS, W. A. GAR-SKIT THOS. P. MILLER & CO. B A N K E 11 S, 2d St. Francis Street, MOBILE, ALA. DEALIKJ IS FOHEIG5 sX DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, GOLD ASD SILVER COIS, BASK NOTES, BOSDS ASD STOCKS. Prompt attention prlveo to Collections. apllldAwtjant T. T. TTREE, M. T. BERRT", Mobile, Alabama. Enterprise, Mia ,-T. T. TYKEE OU., COTTAR F A f T O B a" AND EXEEAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Office No. 10, St. Michael Street, MOBILE, ALA. Will give prompt attention to all business entrust ed to our care, and will advance on Cotton for ship' ment to Kew York, Liverpool or France. Kartb4dtf VICKSBURG. LOUIS IvELLEK, Dealer in WOOD AXD WILLOW WARE, BASKETS, CHAIRS, CARRIAGES, HOBBY HORSES, &c, &c, Wholesale Southern Agent for Oliver Crook & Co s WISE OF TAR. Washington Street, between Jackson and Grove, "West side. Aprilld3m VICKSBCRG, MLSS. GEORGE M. BARBER, PTeeident, ALEX H. ART3UE. Cashier. NATIONAL BANK OF TICESBURG. EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND C INC INN A T I ryTT. & Bonds and Gold and Silver Bought and Sold. AprilJdlT. HENRY HAMMETT, waoLESitl ASD KIT AIL DEALER fs) HARDWARE. QUEENSWARE, TIN WARE, Waajhingtoo Hotel Building, undoubted solvencv j 2,975 00 . l!4,549 83 10.473 09 2,975 W 71.4"w 00 5.7S7 :w 10.214 oi) 64.762 20 2,112 74 6iO tJ , 660 W i 11,300 00 220 00 2t.lt4 73' 1.931 24 ; 2.5t"t tH ! 25593 97 J. S. CARSON, President WM. L. BENT, Secretary Secretary, this dav personally appeared before for said county, in the State aforesaid, and as shown by the books and papers on tile in whom the foregoing affidavit was made, is a duly commissioned and sworn, aud that to all aud ol right ought to be given as well in courts of the State of Mississippi, do hereby certify NEW ORLEAXS. GET YOUR SHIRTS AT S N. MOOD Y'S, Cor. Canal &, Royal Ma., NEW ORLEAXS. n 1 a u 'mm ii rt i st et UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, CRAVATS, SUSPENDERS, HANDKERCHIEFS, UMBRELLAS, ndevery variety of Goods for a Gentleman I toilet, at prices that defy competition. Agency for Lorkwood's Paper Collars. The trade supplied at Philadelphia prices. Orders promptly filled by Express Send size of neck, your hcrght and weight. Copy addreua: 8. N.MOODY. Corner Canal and Royal streets. Jan 1616m Kew Orleans "ATTENTION BLACKSMITHS! " Your attention is called to PEKRVS PATENT TUYERE BELLOWS' .NOZZLE, which gives the bliist on the bottom instead of the side 01 the fir, and makes a quicker aud hotter tire than is possible otherwise. It givenone, two or three blunts on the same lire, and spreads the heat over a wide surface or concentrate it on a point, at pleasure Thus, the whole wing or bar of a plow can be heated even ly and perfectly, without danger of burning, and what, with ordinary Tuyeres, requires live or six heats, can be done at one. It saves greatly in time, iron and fuel. The tire is completely under the control of the Blacksmith, and no fuel is wasted. It never gets hot, aud will last indefinitely.; PRICES, ACCORDING TO SIZE, ,$15,00 $-40,00 and $:,oo. Orders filled by CLLXTON & RICHARDS, No. 74 Magazine street. New Orleans. Read the following certificates from practical mechanics: Jackson, Miss., April loth, lififi. Col. D. C. Freeman : I have in use Berry's Patent Tayere. and after thirty vears' experience in Blacksmitliing. I pro nounce it. unhesitatingly, the best I have ever seen, heating a third quicker' and using less coal, and recommend them for ail kinds of work. W. B. CARK0LL. Jackson, Miss., April 10th, lf66. Col. D. C. Fbeemas : I am using Berry's Patent Tayere. and take pleas ure in saying tbat it is the best I have ever used, more convenient and lens liable to accident. XED FAP.ISH. Jackson, Mrsg., April 12th, M-m. Col. D. C. Freexax : I am using Berry's Patent Tuyere and it gives entire satisiactiou. I have never seen anything to equal it for convenience of blaat. and economy of lire and tima. I cheerfully recommend it for all kinds of work. " JAaU TAELOR. For parish rights in Louisiana and connty righ'a in Mississippi and Alabama, address me at'C'hnton Richards. I). C FREEMAN, mh:ild2m Late of Austin Texas E. L. PIERSON & CO., ft holesal and Retail Dealers fin O lotlxim-g- AXD OKXTg FlRSISHISCGOOD8, . 3? Hsgatlae Street, (Corner Gravier.) New Orleans, Louisiana, w. H. DUXX, formerly of W. H. Lrann Ac Co.. Mobile, Ala. mh30dm ElACKMAE i BBU, MUSIC DEALERS AXD PUBLISHERS No. 167 Canal Street, Sew OrleanM. A Ci E N T S F O H STODART & MORRIS PIANOS RAVEN L BACON PIANOS, Jewett &; Goodman's MELODEOX AXD PARLOR ORGAXS. Wholesale and retail dealers in French and Italian Violin and Guitar Strings. Sheet Music. Instruction Books, Violins, Guitars, Banjoa, Accurdeona Flu tea Ac. Complete Catalogues of our publications famished upon application. Music sent by mail free o' postage npon receipt of the marked price. Janlnl3ut BAXTER f. BUTLER, Vickaburg Miaa., IDW. If. RICHARDSON, Vicksburg, Misa. ADAM GIFFE.f, Sew Orleans. THOS. L. TERRT Trenton, La. BUTLER, TERRY A CO., COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION ASD EORWARDISO MERCHANTS. No. 97 Poydraa Street, Front Ojfee, Vp Stairt. AprilMlj. SEIT ORLEAXS. JnO. THORV BULL, Hew Orienna. , EDWARD RICHARD SO ST, Jaekaoa, Miaa. THORNHILL k KICHARDSON, 18neeesaori to Thornblll Co. COTTOS FACTORS AUD General Commission Merchants Bs. lt erarlir llrttt, Hew Orleans, La. T. Udta SHIRTS.J 4 CANAL STREET And 1)1, 1)3 $ 9a Common Street, Adjoining City Hotd, NEW OilLEANS, LOUISIANA. Oner for sale their tockof FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Boots. Shoes and Hats, AXD PLANT ATIOX CLOTHING, To the Country trade, guaranteeing as liberal terms as any house ia New Chlpaui ud warranting their sales to be at New York prices. MarchWem ROBESON, MITCHELL & CO- IP' O L i: S A L E C L O T 11 I E R S, 272 SECOND STEEET," OPPOSITE COURT SQUARE. Memphis, Tenn. D S. ROBESON. April 19d6ni -R. B. MA LONE & CONNOLLY, (SUCCESSORS TO WALKINGTON & CO ,) H A V E R E M O V E D TO T II L X E V S T 0 R J, V. lit Dauphin Street, Iiet!weon U'onoeptiun anil Joaohim itrtMs, MOBILE, ALA Where they will offer for sale a Large and well Selected Stock of From the New York market, which will be sold at LOW PRICES FOR CASH. Their friends and patrons, also tbe old customers of the late firm of Walkiugton Sl Co are respectfully invited to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. W. II. & W. SMITH, St. Louis, SMITHS & COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, GKOCElillX HATS, CATS, BOOTS SHOES, la.iatc-itioii SxxjDjplios d-c, At Crutcher A McKaven'a old stantl, Cor. Cr.i.vfurd 'a.liiiigfoii Mi, Vick.biir Mi. April IdOni. G. W. JONES & CO., HIIOI.KSAl K DKI1.F II I IDR-XJO-s, MEDICINES, PAINTS OILS, GLASS, PERFUMERY, GARDEN SEEDS, FINE BRANDIES, WINES, ETC., Xo. i2 3 7 "II n i u Street, Feh.2:i13m. MEMPHIS, TENN., C. N. ERICH. ERICH & MAI M E M P II I S , T ENNESS E E. Importer nnd Dealers in CHINA GLASS A IV I ) CROC K E R Y TEA AXD TABLE SPOOVS, TABLE Ci'TLEBY, SILVER PLATED AND BRITANNIA "WARE, O O J T-i O I Hi LAMPS L0(JKING GLASSES, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, AND HOUS E F U II N I Dealers will find it to their advantage to examine C. C. WARD, GKO. II. I-i.0UI.KE, 8. M. WARD. V A R I) & L i: (1 U H il K, Snccfssurs to Ward & Mi:Cli-U;inl. WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL I)RU(iGISTS, And Dealers ia POINTS, OILS, AXD WINDOW GLASS, GARDE.V AXD (.11 ASS EEDI, Etc, Xo. 213, Main Street, Ojposite Worshom House, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. Particular attention given to filling orders fur Merchants and Physicians. AjiliMIra WM. ORG ILL, G. L. DENXSOX, EDMlND OROILL, A. S. McNEAE. ORGILL, BRO'S & CO., Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, Nails, Casiings, Iron. Heel, Tackle Blods, HORSE SHOES, BOAT SPIKES, FI'ICH WINDOW GLASS, GARDEX SEEDS, FEED CUTTERS, Ileltlng and I'atkln, IIore Powers, Heaping .,Iolntr and Threshing Machines, And Everrthine Pertaining to the HARDWARE AXD AG RIC LILT URAL TRADE, At their Old Stand, XO. 31 2 FEOXT STREET, Corner Monroe, Memphis), AGENTS FOR XIAfiVIX fc CO S SAFES. WHOLESALE EXCLUSIVELY. J. II. LOWE.STIIE & BROS., .oi. 231 Jk 4 33 tlain t. Clay Building, WHOLESALE DEALERS IX AXD IMPORTERS OF STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ITS .UD SHOES, .HUES' l.D SHIS' HITS, XOJIOXS, UMBRELLAS, "ETC We have now on hand, and are selling at X'ew York prices, 1-2,000 pieces Priata, 7,000 pieces Brown Domestics. 7,000 pieces Bleached Domestics, 2,000 pieces Brown Drillings, 1,000 pieces Bleached Drillings, i)0 pieces Cotton Checks, 6,000 pieces Osnabnrg, 1,300 pieces Bed Ticking. 1,300 pieces Plantation Plaid, 500 pieces Linsey, 3,000 pieces Lawn and Organdies 5,000 pieces coiujuaue, f. 000 nieces Pants' Linens, Oar stock being tbe largest and best assort d in the Mississippi Valley aud one Tot the sweat watt of New York, we offer oar stock of ' s Xotlona, Clottalngr, Gent' Furnlsblng: Goods, T Hp; LOWEST NEW YORK, PRICES FOR CASH i We call stttenUon of both Urge and small bo vers, x we keep stock adapted to the Tenaeeaee. Ifliui. aippi and Arkansas trade, We keep tbe largest stock and sell at the lowest prices, and Bukks Tt"" a, rrL aavaatac tor bajer ta pnrcbaae here. ' REMEMBER TO PURCHASE GOODS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. J, 11, ,Lovrenstine & BroM No. 231 and 233 Main Street, Clay Building, Memfhig, Tennessee, Inaporttaf House, So. 1ft Murray J 8 treat, Jfsw fork. TshBmUm 3 CO.," (Slocomb's Buildings.) MITCHELL J W. SNEED April 13d 6m K. K. PARSONS, llclshura. PARSONS, S. S. LLOYD. LLOYD. 313 S II I N G GOODS, our st k before purchasing. Feb 33d3ni 'Teen. April 2jd3m 2,500 pieces Satinets and Cassimeres 1,000 pieces Kersey, 1,500 pieces Jeans, JioO pieces Dress Goods 409 doz. Ladies' Hats, TjOO doz. Gents' Hats, 170 doz. Bovs Hats, 2,000 doz. Ladies' Shoes, 700 doz. Misses' Shoes, 400 doz. Children's Shoes, 600 doz. Gents' Shoes, 300 doz. Gents' Boots,