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Bcecher's Lctturei to Young lien.
Six years ago I spent a winter at the Capital of the Hoosier State. S trolling out early one morning be lore breakiast, l saw a little man, about the size of our Editor, pailing a cow. Never did 1 see a woman do the thing more handsomely, lie whs an adept at the art of milking. The next day I saw the same little man sawing tire wood ; and not long after having occasion to call at his house, I found him nursing a chil J, attending to a sick wife, and reading a book. On the following Sunday evening I went to the presbyterian church. A crowd had gathered to hear the first of a series of Lectures to young men. There appeared to be nn unu- he does not appear ; he may be dimly seen flitting ; bis voice may be heard loud in the carousal of some reflect ion cellar, or above .the tongs and uproar of a midnight return, and home stag gering. Ex. Paper. South Carolina Brooans. We have at our office a pair of brogans from the manufacture of Dr. Witsell. of Waterloo. They are pronounced by competent judges to be equ.il in workmanship and superior in material to the northern article, while they arc sold nt the same price. The Leather is also manufactured by Dr. Witsell, and all his workmen are slaves. With such evidence of our ability to compete with the North, both in quality and price, we do not see why the two hundred and hfiy or three hundred thousand dollars annually con tributed by our state to the abolition fual interest manifested. Judges, l"DuleiJ Dv fT, ' w ne aoon ion Legislators, strangers and citizens- 'h.infe".0.f chiiit., may not be .,& . . . ,, retained within our own limits. Mercury. appeal cu anxious 10 uear me all speaker Presently he arose Reader, don't doubt me it was that same little man whom 1 saw milking the cow a few mornings before. It was Henry Ward Beeches son of Lyman Beeches, who can preach as great a sermon and catch as long a string of fish as j any other man in the country. The subject of his lecture was "7i dustry and Idleness'' hackneyed top ics, but in the hands or rather in the head and from the lips of such a man as Beecher, rendered new, deeply interesting and highly instructive. I was so well pleased that 1 attended on the following Sunday, and some six or seven in regular succession until the eloquent man of the milk pail finished his course. The interest of the community increased and at the close of his lectures he was urg ently solicited to publish the whole in book form. With that solicitation he complied; and the book before us styled Decchtr's lectures to Young Men, presents to us the publication of the addresses wc had the pleasure of hearing. Some idea may be formed of the popularity of the book from the fact that the present issue is the scven- Ilousc's Family and Planta tion Medicines. A RE in general and successjul vse throughout the SOUTH and west. Every Family and Plantation should keep them constantly on hand. Try them. j 1 hey are HOI SETS INDIAN TONIC, a safe, and permanent cure fr Chilli Or Jgut & Fever, in three Honrs, and a remedy in Bilious and Remittent lever. 03"Price,$l per Bottle. Extract of a letter from Rev. F. A. Owen, of Memphis; dated November 16, 1813. "My Dear Sir I have tried the Indian Tonic in x different cises, and find it efficacious s-iin a very high degree. It ar rested the chill in every instance, and as yet therehas been no return. I cheerfully give this testimony, that ethers may be in duced to use a remedy b itli safe and effica cious iticuiing Chills and Fever. Yours, very trulv, F. A. OWEN." icedtlZj A CARD. , THE subscriber tenders his hearty thank to the citizens of Memphis and vicini ty, for their liberal patronage, during his eight years residence .n Memphis, and by his extensive arrangements for the future hopes to merit for his new house, a con tinuance of the confidence and patronage of tho public. FRED. II. CLARK. Watches! Watches ! ! IOR years the strife - has been not who could make the best watch, but who could make the cheapest rather ihe lowest p1-"'"" Vi article, which is not al ways the cheapest, and consequently the great falling off in the quality of watches. We import our watches direct from Eng land, France, and Germany, and have been 12 months in preparing our present slock. Our aim has been to have a splend id assortment of Fine Watches as fine as Europe can produce. This, in addition to a full assortment of the low and medium qualities, we are now prepared to show the public, all of which will be sold at a small advance on the importing cost. F, II. CLARK & Co., Januaiy 13. N. 37 front Row Large Adpitions, and more extensive than ever. Near Somwckvillk, Term, June,2l, 1841. This is t- rert.fv, t i t I have been iifllicted with FKVKRnml AGUE fir nine pears thut it battled ihe i-kill of the first ariictical phusicinns in Wist Tennessee. nnA tliaf 1 hi.i't. hf mi iinriiiitiiAi lli; fllt-ml liv u .u i jiLj. : r v"" ' v l",llu iu'unnu, mm mat u is recuin-, lmj 0(- ,lt, jj TONIC, purchas menuea oy me auiesi men in an parts ed from GEO. W. UGl'SK, propiintor. of the United States. have ule-o administered, it to nrcroes. every cose a cine has been altectcd V l.:. r ...i i iuiii nil lectures ui muusirjr nuu in the following Idleness, we present specimen : Another idler as useless, but vastly more active than the last, attends closely to every one business except bis own. 1 1 is wife earns the chiU dren's bread and his; procures her own raiment and his ; she procures Ihe wood ; she procures the water, while be with hands in pocket, is busy watching the building of a neigh bor's barn ; or advising another how to trim and train his vines; or he has JAMES C. 1VI1ITE. Wc, citizens of Nusl.v.lle, have known Mr. J nines C Whvte lor many years. He i a gentletnui of the bight st n s;jccfahil ity, and of umloultel vanicitv. August 7, 1811. N. A. McNAIRY. HENRY BATEMAN, Exirnct of n letter from thn Editor of the "Republicnn" Juckon, Tenn. Decern her 18. 1811. Mr. Geo - W. IIui'tF. Dear Sir Your nnst excellent ANTI Af.lll.' MI'lllCIVh' I.... l.. , J r I - r ' Jl r - I i ia uno pviii, ""'V1 ?" i'"cnuB lAiniix, Hnj a hundred Ix.iilest moieco.iM have been anj is there, to suggest a hundred .disposed of since, as tho rails have been cures, and to do every thing but o faqiint, and much r,i.ij.pointment ex help; he is a spectator of shooting, preyed at the ib-cuce f your Tonic, matches, a stickler for a ring and fair ( Not a bottle remains uns 'd in this vicinity play at every fight. He knows all mr would there have let n any left, bw the stories of all the families that live he number lmt'it ten fM. It i deservedly in the town. If he can catch astran-j ,cemtd the rery best, sill-si, most ger at the tavern in a rainy Jny, he P!',,!"''t. yes. positively the only infallible poursoutastrainorinformation.apit- c"re.r.r t-'HH'LS I hive ever seen, tering of words, ns the rain-drops out . exPer'nc' ,,avlr'& "s';1 ,ev raI f Annr IT t,u. nnnA -.1. ; L ! l'"t,,f y on family and with mot erybody, bow to save, how to m,ke VTen In, TV"e . 1 . . . never a clii 1 al er ciinm n'Mn-j. S- li st nf Kfy, f'ng; 'e ne I'1'" "" "f Ag' fl-id. can tell the saddler about his trade,; jMi,cc,fulIy, your, &c. J. II "unco 10 me sin 1 1 11 niMuc 111s 1 7t i.i fe.' WUh him Wh" ! Wnw. Ointment- soo.hing It is forged to see the carnage maker ; and Ia,ld cure for j,t liLND r put it on, suggests improvements,;,. Cures have recrn.lv b.m .ep.rted advises this paint or that varnish,' of being made of f.-om .1 to 40 Yeahs criticises the fini-h, or praises the standing. It is a'so a goxl remedy for trimmings. He is a violent reader of , Bum, U ruses, fret-h cuts, &c. newspapers, almanacs, and receipt i JCJ'See Wrappers fur Certificates. book ; and with scraps of history and , I"ce $1 per Bottle. rnutillated anecdotes, he faces tho I very school master, and given up only Home'ii Vegetable Fills, as a to the volubility of the only tillage ' r'"milr Mkeicisk, should be on every lawyer few have the hardihood t0 : f B,1,,on B,d 10 ererv IIo',Be- his ami match him. (bilious, anti. fever, and the only reliable success It is the . DAY. Having received our semi-annual sup ply, we commence the New Year with nn assortment that is not surpassed if equal led in the United States. We have "Twelve Thousand Dol'ars in the article of Watches alone, and can therefore supply our friends and the public with any style, and at almost any price. We have fiuld Patent Levers fnm 35 to $250; Silver do. do IS i5; with a general assortment of Lcpine and Vertical Watches. The other branches of our stock will be found as extensive and complete as our Watches such as Chains, Seals, Ktvs, (Jewelry in all its variety,) including many valuable Diamunds and some full setts, Spectacles, Silver wake, Coin Fink, SlLVF.R-PLATEn (JonDa, CVCKS, LAMPS &. Girandoles, Cutlery, Gi-ns, Pistols ncluding the genuine Pirrinokrs, Canes, Tea Trays, with a general assoruneni oi Fancy Goods, in which will be found many choice articles for the Ladies. NOTICE. We aim to furnish those who deal in Mcmplis, with a home mar ket and a home guarantee for Goods in our line, nnd invite the public to cull and examine for themselves. Our Stock is biid in with Cash; our European Goods we import ourselves; we get our Domes tic ailicles direct from ihe makers, and being satisfied with a small profit, wc nffer great inducements to our friends nnd the public. We are also prepared to do all kinds of work in our line, in tho test manner nnd with dispatch our motto is TRY US!" F. II. CLARK & Co. 37 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn IF. II. Clark, A. C. Wl RfHACII, J. S. WllKINS. iV. . The Trade supplied on liberal terms; and all orders from the country trill receire especial attention. Memphis, Tenn., January 3th, IS 19. MEDICINES, OF WARRANTED PURITY; Paints, Oils, Djc-SUilT and WINDOW GLASS. ALSO, Slaplevnd Fancy Stationary; AH the Books used in the University, from the Freshman to the Senior Gats, inclusive, together with a birge and choice collection of School, Law, Theological, Medical. Classical and Miscellaneous BOOKS. among which, may be found the works of Prescott, Macnllay, Alison, Hildreth, Lamartine, Thier, Addison, Hume, Lynch, Smollet, Fielding, Irving, Byron. Shake spear, the Speeches of Clay and Webster, &c. &c. &c. Which will be sold as low as they can be had in any market in tho west. OrJust received a laige and beautiful lot of WALL PAPER, very cheap. D. C. MOSI3Y, AgU. oct. 26, '50. n20-tf. GRiEFENDERG MEDICINES Fresh and Genuine. THESE Medicines which have obtained great celebrity wher'er ihey huve bem known and used, are constantly kept on hand by me. They consist of Health Bitters, Sarsaparilla, Green Mountain Ointment, Eye Lotion, Fever Pills, Childrens' Panacea, Dysentery Cordial and CATHARTIC PILLS. AH fresh, and warrsnted lo be pure and genuine. Call at the Diug S ore on the South side of the Puuare. S T. KING. Oxford, May 25, 1 850.-52 -3mo. Itotanico ITIedical College, or liTleiupliis, Tenn. THE fi th course of Medical Lectures in this Institution will commence on the first Monday in November next, and end on the last Fridav in February tucceeding. FACULTY. G. W. Morrow, M. D., Professor of Anatomy $12 James Weaver, M. II., Professor ... . vTftitTrnn ri Tmi MEMPHIS INSTITUTE. um vj-itMi I U "MISS." MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. ' THE regular course of lectures in this t ft All.ll IFA nig. Institute will commence on ihe first i AUGUSTUS B, LONGSTRERT r of November, and continue until the last preejdeI)t Rnd profussor of Vfnni i of February. The Anatomical Dnpa.t j Mora, Sciencet p0ilicil Economv nd ment will be opened and ready to receive Evidences of Christ inn it v. "nl stuaents Dy ine nrsi oi wimci. Medical department will be under lhedi- rection of the following PROFESSORS: I J. Conquest Cross, M. D. Professor of the lnsiilutes of Medicine. 1 Z. Freeman, M. D., Professor of Anato- ( my. j R. S. Newton M. D. Professor of Sur-i ALBERT T. BLEDSOE. A r . sor of Alathematxs, Natural Philosonhv .! Astronomy. . "v,B4 JOHN MILLINGTON, M. D. Vtti sor of Chemistry, Agriculture andGeolol0' JOHN N. WAD DEL, A. U. Pf0 Greek and Latin Lan?uaces. t iitpiitd.i r. ""amrr LiAmak, A. B a. ant Professor Mathemitics &c ADOLPH SADLUSKI. Pro p . j I'rncuce oi ivjeaicine. i ..;ti. nj r:r-,o- f rencj. .. ... r spanisn anuuerman i.imnim..o. u IV JJyrd rowetl, M. 1. rroiessor oi - Assistant PrAf iV , Pbyjio.ogy, Patho-ogy, Mineralogy and J King M. D. Profes:or of Materia Med. 1 $tfi?'rJh'J otsT, ica, Thfraneutic, and Mcdi.al Jurispru-, f'-j 1' , w.. w . my u uu n rartiiii- gerv. J HuJce, M. J)., Professor of Theory snd Practice of Medicine. the above Faculty corcfia For College fees, (for Tuition, t? rent and servant hiie.) all i advsnrwj - - - K t-t For board per month at the Stew." aid s linn, 18,00 ruruittii'c &, Chair Ware ICoonis. r1llE subsTiber respectfully announces to the citizens T Klemphis and tho sur- of Surgery, . II. Jone, M. V., Professor of Physiology and Pntholcgy. . . 12 M. Gabhert, M. D.. Prof. Theory and Practice f Medicine, . . 12 K. P. Watson, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutic. , 12 J. J. Riddle, M. I)., Pro'Vsxor i f Ob- sletrics and Diseasi s of Women and Children, 12 Wm. I Iyer, A. Professor of Chem istry, 15 G. W. Morrow,. M. D., Demonstrator I tf Anatomy, 8 Matriculation Ticket, . . 5 Total, . 9100 Grailua'ion f e, . ;20 A cour.-e of lectures on Medical Juris prudence will be delivered gratis during I duty dence. J. Milton Sanders. A.M., M. D., Pro fessor of Chemis ryt i"d Pharmacy. J. A. Wilson, M. D., Professor of Ob stetrics and discaseof of Women und Chil dren. CLINIQUE LECTURERS. Medicine Prof. II. J. Hulce. SvROKHYProf. R.S. Newton, Z. Freeman, M. D., Anatomical Demon strator, The fees fir a full course of lectures Oxford, amount to $105. Eiich Piofcssor's ticket, S'15. Matricu- lator's, $5. Demonstrator's Fee, 10. Grai'u 1 1 ion, $20. Those desiring further informal!- n, will plrase addrtss their letters (post paid,) to the Dean ; and students arriving in the citv will please call on him at the Commer cial Hotel. R. S. NEWTON, M. D.. Dean of ihe Facility. LAW PEPaUT.MENT. Hon. E. W. M. King, Professor i f The ... i n. r.r i .... u.j mm i n it v.. ... i.iiuNi u nities ana Mulct h;.i.i mprcml J.irisnnnlcnc.f!. lliB rdlMPrvi' ...i . i't i , " " i imu io punctual c' Terms 9 0 per s-sston. 'is on the us-iuj terms. He is now df All lommunicat ons pertaining to this ing his whole atN ntion lo theabiveJ minify niuiji. "uii. i v .T- emu imenui to kprp E. W. M. KING, Eq. j QCITCT' "V T- Memphis. Tenn., March, 1850. 1 . tA ATiT. 01T.IIAD, LAauoiMiA STOCK AS CAN R The Faculties, f.r intellectual abilities, OUN D IN TOWN, AND AS C.I? mora woi th and Drofefsioniil ncoiiiiements. ,,e 'ei Ii unacr oblirrn.iona to his nm.. will comp ire favorably with the most dis. crfc ard the ci mmiinuy generally, fori tiiigui.-hed in our country. The medical i bncral patronage hereioloro extended n (rStudeiils have the privilege ri J.'7 ins- ii. im.w -tiiiiiicB uuaer itie directtm I VI IIIO a KblMlJ Textbooks can he nKi.:..i -i.rau i JAMES M. HOWRY ' - (Proctor, V. ML I To be appointed J2tb Fcptetribf r uen j 20 h July 1850. no-O-tf. " j Later tili!P WW .." '""-."' now-. - -ceiv.n? ana opening ,Vfir A t muiu "jivi rv vj i SPRLXG & SUMMER GOODS lofvariou i Qualities and Styles, which J 12 j fiicu'ty constitutes an snoma'y in this or n'rn; nn '"'P68 hy undivided attentina ul to mem a continuance of If. business, same 0-The LADIES are particularly m rounding country, that he has on hand, ar.e s cin-tnnily in receipt of, the mnt tasib ul nnd fashionable articles in the Cabcnet ud Chair line, which he pledges himclf!of new institutions, and especially such as to sell iMUill Uiit.Al'l.K man enn be emtir.ice new iIck trine, the session In making the announcement for the approaching cession of the Botnnico Medi cal College, it is duo the friends of reform and tho public generally, to luy bifore ihem its prrsant condition. The institution has up to the present been crowned with unpaialliled success compared with similar ins'itutioi.s in ibis country. True, it has had lo contend with those diflicutlif s peculiar to. and wh-ch are constant attendants upon the establishment And thus every day he bustles thro bis multifarious idleness, and com pletes his circle of visits, as regular as the pointers on a clock visit each figure on the dial plate; but alas! cure ever discovered for Rhctmatism. (ttrPriee '25 cents per box. 20, From the uWeellu Amcricau" Veb 1843 Gko. W. IToi-- mh remove, 1 bi Meli the clock forever tells man the useful c I Dt pot to College street. The remedies lesson of lime passing steadily away, prepared by him, have gir.cd a celebrity aad returning never, hut what useful from their acknowledged utility. It is no thing do these buy buzzing idlers PvJf "7 h 't his Medicines are what be perform f We introduce another Idler. He follows no vocation ; he only follows those who do. Sometimes he sweeps along the stret t, with consequential gate; sometimes perfumes it with wasted odors of tob-icco. He also haunts sonny benches, or breezy piaz- lis. His business is to tee; his de sire to be seen, and no one fails to see him 4o gaudily dressed, his hat sit ting aslant upon a wilderness of hair, like a bird half startled from its nest, and every thread arranged to provoke attention, tie i1 a man of honor: not that he keeps his word or shrinks from meanness. Hedefrdsbis laun dres Ids tailor, and his landlord. He drinks and smokes at other men's expense- He gambles, and swears, and tights when be is loo drunk to be afraid ; but still be is a man of honor, for he has whiskers and looks fierce, ancf wssrs mustaclics and says, "upon my honor, sir; do you doubt tny nor, Birr Thui be appears lydsy; by night recommends them ti be. His Vegetable fills, without doubt, have relieved more pep'e of Rheumatism ih-m ny remedy ! ever dicovered. We would trust him beore ihe best practitioner in the union. We say . init brciuso we believe it an4 not because (as some might suppose) he adver tise in the American for be does not. j Hi "PUntsiion Medicines" ve enough j heavy dictors bills in one year to buys firm, nJ stock it wiih slave property bichbs Medicine haved sited from death. Farmers should lake the butt. CrFer sale by D. C Mosbv. Dreggit, Oiford, Miss , Only gent io the county. June 29, 16'0.-v 6-d 3-4 mo. L. V. COOK, DEALERS IN M AIIOCS AX V Si nos r.WOOD FURNITURE riANOS, CHARTS, MATRASSES. ti lilt llrrrt ibin JrffrruB, Tlcmrhif. Trnn. J i"I 5, 15. c5-sl-:f. obtained in this market. II. s stock com prises every variety a ndrju lily, from the finest Mahogony and Walnut woik, lo the Chestnut Bedsteads and Chairs; Koreans of every variety, pattern and description; Miihogony and Walnut Waidrobi s, of ihe richest material and best workmanship superior Mahogony Sofas Divans and Ot tomans; Marble t p Cenre Table , Extent In addition to the facilities for instruction heretofore afforded, much is being done hy the enterprising trustees and individuals to tenderthe Institution, ifpossib'e, still more worthy of public confidence. The College buildings formerly occupi ed, having been found loo inconvenient f r the advanced condition oflho Institution, arrangements have oeen nrnde for the any other country all of then arc able lecturers and the best or tenchers. Those who Mill cnntrmnlnie "r graphical p.x-ition, and tho extent of our to S've him a call, and examine iJ I population, enn nave no doubt as lo lne elegib lity i f our situat on for nn enterprise ' of tho kind. As ti health inc'u.'ing all- w iY-i (t'ltVfV rensons of the year, we d. ny thit Nv t&r -I ll-i f JJ Toll ICR CITY HAS MORE. r--lll.' . ... . ... . . auoscnuer returns his siaca A common error es..fn ir,e mines of, A .hanks to tho eiti.ens of Oxford, 4 " ..u .. . ' 7 ' . l" "'.ves ; known , the comin.mitv. end he fiitKs hi a rciiiHu wnose lacuuv ore m-RClica v I k:.....ir.L.. l ' , . j -.i .. . ' iiiiinmii mil nn tn. w m t m e itnrrmn , confidence, look fir fu'ure and incnuKl in io wn or couaut.l can comman l law I He invites sl' acquainbd with these diseafes. That the pullic may be snt.sfi. d of the Iialmn.,B P permanency of th,s s; ho,, we feel it our . ' imhi. V. ty to state, that the I rus-ees nnd Fc,.tty , n nnSomhe trrma. torin a 17MT in sctun, w hich acurs well , ,;,. ,-r . ," u f.,r.t, n.inr,. .-,.. . .i.i,. 7k5 1 1 m " thft certificate apiwided, wlueiki Sn.er-.roTAnhiVtonhfc c , T tTf" J "eJ him fy . ponW laiiuui ue iiucrrupieu E.W. KING. Pres dent of the Memphis Insitlute. COMMKHCIA LlioiT L JEFFERSON STREET, MEMPHIS, TFV.t BY JOSHUA F. JAMES. his patrons. J. W. MASON. Oxfoid, Aug, 3, l$50.-rio-8-tf. sion Tables, and every of Walnut and Cher budding of a more spacious edifice, which ry Tables ; splendid Mah"gony and mottled iiedstcads, and variety description of com mon ones; Mahogony, Marble top and Cherry Wash Stands; Parlour Dook Cases Ladies Work Stands, Cribbs, Lounges, and Writing Desks; Tin and Wire S ites, and shuck, moss and cotton Mattresses; Mo-h"-nny Upholstered Chairs, cune seat, Windsor and split-bottomed do. Also a large assortment of Window Sash, various size, Venetian Blind and Door Shutters Groceries mid Produce. Bj NDERNEATH, in ihe stme building aim the lurmture department, ihes ib sctiber ha constantly in store every article ib the Isrocery and t'ro.luce line, which he will dispose of on terms as modente, or more so, tban sny liouie in the city. From bis enlarged experience in both Ihe branch es of trade, combined with the advantages resulting from associating both lines of bu smen in one house which advantage man. Hesity enlarge ine sphere ol operation, without increasing the expenses pertaining to store rent and attendance he will be enab'ed to sell on more advantageous terms than any other Dome e.clusivelv devoted to either of the above branches cf business. CSrTo ensure bsrgsins, call at the lar-e flt roof buildings in front of Promenade. slits intersection with Adam street. J. F. Me KIN NET. Memphis, Aprils, lS50.-no 46-Cra. in addition to the necessary lecture rooms. Ml . 1 .1 in emnnce a norarv. a museum and an Jlfr. James'' sister, Mrs, Martin, trill ness habits. euirtnlciul the Ladies1 dtpartment of the llouse.and t'tre it her undivided attention. so that ladies sojourning herd u'ill receire all the comforts necessary to im'r roa. renienct and happiness. Orliood Stable and jood Outer attached to uiv uoue. Crriiflmfr. We, the undersigned, h iving empW Mr. Mason, a Pain'er, tike plessnrss recommending him a a good and fiutJU workman, and a gtnileman of strict b Aug. 1, 1830. no.S if. .Vleilirnl 'ipnrliirrhip. MS. COME) k TUOJIPSOX Aug. 1,1850. Z. Coxkev, L. T. Wyxs, Rort. SnEKiOO, 11. (i. WVATT, S.O. Brxnr. Dacav KoarsTMW V. A. Bksbt, A. B. LoxcfTim A LAD ABSCONDED. P. II- SKIPWITII, CtlllSSIfli IISCIiXT IBICUTTCI TkUSR NO. 23 COMMON ST. JJAVING associated themselves in their'! f Y Son JOIIV LUCKF.TT, led r profession, respectfullv tender their lflhou-on ihe 5ih t.f Jv .; service lo the public: and from the - . - j ? - i :, ,c ,k- c: - . I.. - - ----- ,m , nert aiium. The arrangement now in . v" " ,wnltr ' more than twenty j I lem mat he ca Is h m-rlf John Goo: ccmempiition are deemed a complete as!' . r",-'"-et nu mat ol Ihe latter, in j m prevent detection, lie i n li if m ' in the oldest instituiion in the countrv.i f'ract,c Surgery while in the Army of, thm len je. is o'd, thick sd. Cc' ana no pains win oe snared, either by the! ""-.' '""'co, nope to merit aiorowsi u.ir, an I dick rray eves. Ar trustees or ficulty, to render the institution of students not oaly advantageous, bu. pleasant. Id consequence uf ihe numerous api llca tii ns which have been made to extend in dulgence to young men of enterprise and merit, at a late meeting of the ficulty, it was unanimously agree.!, (bat a noie for ninety five do lars, wiih two good endors ers, payable twelve months after dte, should be received in lieu t.f cash, for the ticket of the several Professors for one course of lectures, when students are no! prepared to advance the cash. Those wi-hmg further infrmtion reference to tbe Institution, will please address the Dean, pol paid. K. P. WATSON, M. D., Dean of ihe Faculty. Memphi, April, IMO.-no-SO-tf. continuance of the confidence and patron age ci ine community. The service of both can be had without extra charge. !Q-Oflice the wegt tide aide of iha pub. lie qnare. Oxsoid. Mig.. Jn. Ifl. 181!) -S9-f!m. pern knowing or hea inn of uch a VI I'lC O er rreal Lm no., n- iK mm ruber by ad !reinj him at rhasmlH De Sotoc-un v. Misis'inni. I nsde I'l miles from Memphis, rn the Oxf.-rl ml 3. L. LUCKKTT. t 30. I.-0 -n!2-if. Hie Oifoid Sir, and xber nenspss" STRCET, UAUGIIERTY& Co. JVo. 38 Front Ron", MEMPHIS, TENN. Wholesale and Retail Dcalnrt, in STATLE FANCT Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes. Queen.-w. Cjass ware, ice ALSO A uprl of C. P. Pub! always on band for ! fbesj. I., in le-n - .r ' LAND FOR SALfci. THE suhreiiber i,(T r In nr rani Writhe P ace on which he n i,i., j c "fer a favor onon a disircs f containing 30 crcs, ISO in a high stale o( fe"1' Dv C(TJ taS ,h '"ve. cultivation; all freh except 20 acres. A j gd dwell.ng-house together with all ElCCUtOr' Notice, nereswrv rul buildir.-.. mr,A .11 r... .j a well of unfailing waier in the jaH. and ! I " ""'fned nxeruiort of Mii , a goml beginning of firm rule Fruit Tree, i 'ataon, dec',!, hive prente4 a t, ofall kind, now bearing The rlxce i 1 accou,,t beif Executorsh p on nis situated 12 miles from Oxford, on the 10 ,he rn-bve Conn of LaA'j Psnol road. umy, Mississippi, and wl'l at !b 0-Peroii wi.hing t purchase or rent u"rT ft'm lbreof, spp'y its ii- wou a oo wen ii ree the nrr prieior on ik. Ba now nee. premises. WM. S. BURN EV, Aug.I2, lSM-no-10-if. LAND FOR SALE. rpiIEsjI-criher o.Ters f s.le Section (19) township nine (9), of r.nge two li) we!,, tuattd in Y.ck.ny VaJI-r La fayette County. Mr. Reuben Lce'to- ,. now remdipg opon it. It is Sne levtl Und bout 50 acre cleared. It w,ll be aia.a Porchasers. ai w,I be sclj op.0 J. M. watpot. D. A. WATSO.N, v. 1 S, 1 8.' 0.-n2 4-3 w. ( Fscr& Guardian Notice. . nriHE aoders goed Guard n of'i W.t.B, minor beir of Michael w" dee'd, w.ll .pply n . f,n ,t ,el,!f Trel , GordiBhip io the Prvbi't Con vi favette Count-. r...r.. : ..1 ;:!! 9 or Ton k. . n I . t . .. ' V , r.ti ul.rs.pplv t,B. F. DAL in n,r.-jT ." H", .7 " 17. T"" U,W'.V the snKer H,,,,..- " " w SoT