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THE BAILY APPEAL.
SDy -MARCH 24, 1857.
Oar Mammoth Wxekly of this met embraces Iti
mual badge f b?wi from every quarter, acquired by
telegraph. jaad from onr exctltent exchange list. The
f .ifoHowlngaresoaKof thtmereiapeiiaBtartie.es: Terrl-W,-
uiiip.anud Accident at Hamilton. Canada; Historical
,jftle6f the Inaugurations of the several Presidents,
together wRh a correct Hit ef the members of all the
GalAneis frees WAsnisCTOX to BuenAKAX; Raiting of
the 'tMtt "War Teasels at Stba-tepol; Settlement of
the Perse-aa! BimcaHy between Senator Toombs, of Geor
gia, and J Err. Davis, of llksls5ir.pl; Standing Com-settt-ees
or the V. S. Senate; Tyranny In the Neapolitan
Pe-mtnisns; Exception of Dr. Kane's Remains in Phiia-
defpMa; New Yetk Money Halters; Hlsc.Haaeoes and
SsneayBeaAtegs; A Ron; by Bo BERT Josselyx, Esq.,
of Mtssttttppi, and a beautiful peem by a lady ef this
cMy; Mlsessetppl- Arkansas and Alabama InteHlgt-acs Bp
to Use Bear of going to press An excellent article en the
' Character ef Atteraey-General Black; Gar G east's
FanweK Address; Editorial Comments on passing
create; Preparations fer tbe Celebration e-I the Comple
tion of tbe Memphis and Charleston T-aHrea ; Markets,
Lscal lUpert, fcx.,-&e., &e.
This edstsen is fcraithcd to its patrons at $2 each in
alvasca, or single copies prepaid for the mails at IS eeots
ig" Spalding & Rogers' ce&Bolidaied Cir-
CGl wm pe neve wets iu treifc.
We learned yesterday that a son of Dr.
BensLET. of this city, (Med recently, la Nicaragua, eX
' We Lave received the March number of
the femuttee Feraer and jJttktmf. It Is a vluMt
puWeariluH, and every fa'sser ic the-State sheuM take it.
We are indebted to the clerks tf the
(teaman Penntyivania and IVooifafi. !-r lale St. Louis
and New Orleans papers.
TS-We are under ebllcatleras to Captain
Kiltt, f the steamer Hat tic Irm laU St. Lela
We had the nleasure of a Tisit vester
dav ma Mr. A I. ex. R. Wieos, "Hr of the HMtevUte
Impendent. Mr. "W. is In the cMy bastas eaowcted
g- 0r telegrapbh: reports are meagre Uiis
soraiac,wiBg'ti tM breaking ef the wtoes twi
SavaaetatiiaBd WaysesberNgh. The waaa were !en
ytirtiT between thl tltr aBd Cairo.
' -3j Tbe Tntstftes asd friesds of "Semple
BreadiiS CeHege" will held a ra(-eUBI at its site, fear
mMesreeatke MeopMs and Cbarleea r.ill'od. and
tweoiy mBes tram Memphis, on the 27th aid 2Sth lnsts.
K- The rext of the recalar coarse of Lec
taresjiefere UVe " Tensg Mens'Ohrlstian Associatien, "
tBaeheeodetiTeredte-nht,has beee postponed ete
g".Wetice by the last namber of the
Tnsinsi rnnrnnf ttiiiT Mr. Vibqinids Uutchbm, i'
ereUv eoaaieeled wtth the editorial dtefB.tsent of the
XUniarl. H earning to Memphis to ml a sHaatlea ie the
Eagle end BncvfrareAoe.
fra- AAieMiw is called to our old friend
Cayue &. Se-N's sales this meraieg, at 11 e'deek. His
Hscef jal eeUte embraees teae of tke most Wr
lots tatMeaaohis. He will ake sell S4me No. 1 negrtes.
jJc sai?. Eoep yosr eye npea ear anetien column.
Criminal Court. Yesterday this Court
was eeaapMhi the trial f Mr. Bbbokj. The oat had
Betbeeoeetetededat tite isjuiissmit ef Cewt,
Tgst Gcaad Jary retsnaed a tnaeMU for raanier agalsat
BeWttt OAbeeit. No ball waa fetad against Ur. Jons
Btli hsrk, aad he was 4teekarg4 fcn ctutethr.
' Notice t Asmrants for Office and
THEIR Pkie.vb. AH earn apen caoeMates fer snanki
' pal or aatnutersal tJces aad the TepHe tberete, ale
charged attiaseSce at the rate ef $1 pwaqaare. Soeb
" adveft wast be acceneaBied with the ceth to
ucure alt nihil.
Mr. J. B. Sharpens "Balm-of-a-tbo-asnatowers
Tebaano" can't be teat We speak from
the card. Mr Sh ARPE k'eeps the tkarpttt tebaece in the
eMr sstMsaiafcte, whether thK be a ttoty setiee er nt.
.Bla eaUhMehjaeat H on MaMaea street, between Front
Saw aad Uaja atreet.
Smbking in Cars. We have received aJ
taiuai leataaa Irora a "fejer, " Jei Teiattan to the
petasMttag t saaekiag is the cars oa Um MemphH aad
CfcijIaiUn PiWrr- Oar cerrecaeadaat says enare
" eejtrrp several ladies wereraech aaneyebr men " sme
ieg la the ear where they were seated. We agree
wath the writer that the sae plan shoaM he adepted en
tMsTeadrareteitesi te "sraokHg,,' as Is la vegaeln
Northern and Eastern cars.
A- J. McLemore, Esq. Doctor Titcomb,
eae at the Yioe Pmtdeats. and A. J. MtLefflore, E-q., a
uieuiiueat asetaVer ef the Teaag il DaicratK Ctab.
take Utetr deswrtare 'for the Atlantic States by the
steaner ef te-4ay. They are both aterhac patriots aad
watthy EiaUtsaea. We. wWi them a ptecpereas voyage
aad a spe4y retam.
We eHs the aheve f rem a San Fraaeuee paper of a late
eUtet Gar fries McLxhoke will be warmly weecemwl
tohli eM heme hy Ms naiaeross friends la this city.
IuuKfMS Central Railroad Agent at
Memphis. We learn that Jlr. Wm. Moriw, fermerly
ef ibis eHy. hae been asperated AgeBt et the Illinois Cen
tral BaJIread at Memphis, Teaaess-. Mr. M. wasfor
m'tlr emaWyed in the office of the Niagara Falls Head, in
tMs cKy aats west known here as a faithful and oomp -teatedier.
Latterly he has beea the Aceat ethe K. Y
I. Read at Catre. The IHineH Orntral in tletlng Mr.
M fer baaa-recent peet has exempUned tts aeul sagac ty.
Runaway Suicide. We copy the follew
iaj frem the Nashville PairM, of last Thurs
day: "Two slaves of Mr. Jones, of the Union
Hall, i tbls cltv, ran avvay oa Sunday night
last They trie'l to take the cars en that even
ing fer Chattanooga, but failing -to succeed,
Uey walked t Antioch and took the csrs the
foHewing day. One tf thenij a bright mulatto,
paid the passage of both, and the train iad
ariy reached Chattanooga, when a getle
jwaa of tbia city recognized them. He was
abt t secure the mulatto, when the latter
4ew a ptstol and shot hinaself. The gentle
man seeing him draw the weapon, and suppo
Bttag it was intended for himself, retreated to
the cteor of the car, but hearing the report and
looldaeback, he saw the mulatto cut his throat
with alaife. lie died in a few moments. The
other neero was confined and brought to this
Washington Correspondence. We ex
tract lh"eJfowig from the Baltimore San, ef
Washington, Monday, March 16. me
faittire ef the Senate to act upon tbe reso
lution offered by Mr. Benjamin for the
Drintinelfor'nublic use of twenty thousand co-
pies"of.iihe opinion of the Supreme Court in
Ute case, of Dred Scott is to be regretted.
Whether it failed from want of time, or from
aerat- objection to the manner in which Justices
JVIc'Lean and Curtis had placed their dissenting
osriRion before the DUblie, is not Known, fer
haps, too, the fact that Mr. Seward was pre
nared to make a political haraneue, for effect
upon the northern pablic, on that, occasion,
waa v hare nreyented its consideration.
Wide circulation will be given to the long
opinions of Justices McLean and Curtis, for
political effect, and in preparation for the next
presidential campaign, while the opinion of the
.majority" of the court, as pronounced by Chief
Justice Taney, is, in effect, suppressed, or very
.rtiaiiv rirpfjlated. It has not vet been imb-
lighed in full anywhere. But the dissenting
opinions, though not of record in the clerk's
office of the court, were given to the public
very promptly, and in full.
Parties in the non-slaveholding States will
be organized upon the Issue presented by this
d.rUlmi of the court. The democracy will
plant themselves upon Itas a strong and secure
platfarra. The black republicans accept the
Issue, and already signify their purpose to take
'Justice McLean as their standard-bearer.
- ' TIoo ihn -nrxrrKuonal elections WDICU are
,..t t ht Tiiaee. the political character of the
uext House of. Representatives will depend.
The Soaib Americans are confident of being en
abled to bold, the balance of power in the next
House. This will depend upon the result of
elections yet to occur. '
The candidates for the speakership r tue
next House will be Humphrey Marshall, of
Kentucky, (who will probably be re-elected)
on the Bide of the Americans ; and James L.
Orr, of South Carolina, on the part of the
Democrats. Mr. Banks will, no doubt, be run
by the Republicans. ION".
It. G. PAYNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis. Tenn.
Pst 0ee BuHdiug, Jefferson street.
Office in the
. A. ALI.EK ....C. il'DONALD.
AlalaErf & McDONAjLD,
Commission, Grocers and Forwarding
3VX OB 3Et O EC -a. 3ST T JS ,
Steamboat & Sailroad Agents,
3T Front Row, MempUis, Tenn.
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND pounds Bulk Pork, for
aale by mar!9 ALLEN H. McDONALD.
f-'VrriwO HUNDRED AND FIFTY kegs Iraf Lard,
ALLEN & McDONALD.
mnDuv nnvriRFn barrrfsFlftur. fereale bv
i mi AH.BN & McDONALD
TWENTY hhea. Soger, fer nale by
TWO'S UNBRED saiiks CoBke, for sale hr
m.rl9 ALLEN & MSD0NALD
F MHf " ' -- ' --:,. t A sga
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MEMPHIS.
From "Washington Appointments.
TfAsiiisaTOS. March 23. The Cabinet approve of the
amendmsnt to the Dallas treaty. Mr. A. H. Kvani, as
special messenger, will Carry it to London.
Gov Geary's resignation has been accepted. .Xo suc
cessor has been named. Mr. G. was to hare had an In
tervle w with the President this morning, hut the latter's
time was too-much occupied with eOee seekers.
The principal California appointments hare been made.
B F. Washington, Esq., has been appointed Collector of
San Francirco, and Frank Tilford, Naval officer. Bx-Gor.
Blgler has been appointed Minister to ChlH.
Cel. Pickens, of South Carolina, has been tendered a
Jno. A. Godfrey hasbeen appointed Ctnl to Matanxas,
Mr. "Wheeler has resigned' the Xiciragua Btiss on.
PlTTJBURCll. March 23. The Bank nf Xtw Castle
River Kewa nd Markets.
Louisville March 21 Th river has faHenonelnch,
Departed, steamers Ohio BeSe aad Rainbow. The C res-
coat is on 'he rocks, lighting off.
Ciscin.vati, March 23. Floor daB, holders anxious
to re a) tie, demand Hmited, confined to local trade, $5$5
10; irhisky, demand active, prices advanced x, 13c, at
tteee of market decidedly hooyant ; Me;s pork, demand
fair, prices firm, eaiea lo-day at $21 60; Lard steady, fair
Sew Tort, March 28. Floor dull, deoHned 20c., hold
ers anxaea (e mriae $E 15 $6 40 ; Wheat duH, declined
Sc., white, $1 57I SO; Mixed Corn, demand moderate,
S9q MeaPMk, demand fair, prices firm, $2 ; Lard, d
maud good, 11K1(H; Bait Pork, trn changed.
Arrivals and Departures.
Sunday, March S3.
Peaaartvaaia, St Leuis te New Orleans.
Weedferd, Leaisville to New Orleans.
MeateM, Oiacieaati to Memphis.
Oitf-ot UaatsviHt, Nashville, teUeapfais.
St Francis. St Francta liver to Memphis.
Jar J hutea, New Orleans te Nashville.
St Niehelas,New Orleans te St. Lasts.
Kate FrHbee. Napoleon to Vempbls.
CbaaeeHer, New Orleans U Luukville.
Monday, Uareh 23.
Jleary Lewis. New Orleans te St- Lsuls
Heap re. New Orieaas toLooisvtne.
City ef Iteatsvilie, Memphi te Nashville.
Cbeetav, Tennessee river te New Orleans.
Kate Eritbee, Memphis to Napeieen.
MatUe Wayne, St. Leeds to Memphis
Cera, Memphia to New Orieaas.
Argyte, New 0 "leans to Pittshargh.
II K. W. Htn, St, Louis te Memphis.
53" The river ceatrBaes to faH irradaally, and. it has
reaehedha aRseme twesty feet since last reported on a
stand. The Tennessee and Cumberland rivcra are re-
norted faDhML and ia the latter ealr three feet water on
fllartxth Shoals. A private telegraph dispatch recclnd
in tbls dty last evening, dated at LeaisvUte, yesterday.
reports the Ohio river rleiag opposite that city, last. The
weather here is warm, and basisess at the landing is not
very brie k.
53- The 11. R. W. HU arrived aboat nine o'clock Iat
evealeg from St. Lcnis. ShewHt leave this morning at
nine e'deck fer New Orleans, rasseegers going .South
cjaM net seleet a better paeket.
53" The fine steamer Choetau passed dewn ye slerdsy
attornoea, with a sae load of cotton from the Tennessee
X3 The Attenia is dow due freai Nashviiie She will
probahty arrive to-day and return with dispatch.
J3The Kate Fritbee departed yesterdsy fer Xapaleen
with a gead freight list and alargenamberot passengers.
Captain Shirley is ntttBg up a reem in the second stcry
of the late " BiehmeFfl neuse," for an ofuce, and he will
berearter be feand there ready and willing to attend to all
bti.laess pertalaiag te his packet hoe.
Memphis. This flae packet will leave tbls morning
fer CircicBatl. Owing to the lew water la the Ohio, she
was detained several days beyeadher usual time, but aha
arrived her on Scadey morning safe aad reuad. Cap
tain Pepper is in eemmaad, and he will furnish all infor
mation to shippers aad pateengera by application cn
beard, as alee wtH Mr. Warzbacfa, agent on shore.
Mattie Wayne. Tbu popular St. Louis packet ar
rived early jesterday afternoon, under charge of Cap
tain Bob. llllcy, one ef the greatest favorites en the
river. She wM leave thl at ternoun, at ene o'ekek, for
Hrekraan, Cairo aad St. Louis. Her accemmodaticna
are good, and her officers are gentlemanly and obliging.
-Northerner. Tbe fleet low pressare northerner,
the fame LoahivUle packet, wtH be at the landing this
morning, "and depart this evening for Leaisville, stop
ping at aH intermediate landings. Her detention haa
beea caated by rendering assistance to the Robert J
Ward, which beat was hard aground fer several hours
in the Ohio river. Tbe accommodatieus of the North
erner are canal to the ef any eoat 00 the river, and her
Captain, James F. Smith, aud clerk, Archer, are two of
the most petite and obliging takers earning te this port.
Tboe whe desire to make a qeiek trip te Leaisville are
recommended to get ea board this boat.
X3" We cepy the renewing frem the St. Louis Intelli
gencer, of Tfaarsday :
The steam ferry-boat, owned by Capt. Barkmsster, that
was raaning opposite the feat of North Market street,
betireen here and lltisvi?, was bwst nearly to the water
edge, early yesterday mors lag. liuw the fire originated
Is unknown. The boat was a valuable one and we learn
X3 The St. Leal Republican, ef Saturday, says :
The river at this peiet is receding gradail y, and the
last report from Cairo np was nine feet in the channel.
We have no news of ckaane la any of tee upper rivers
TbeMisseariceatibaes very low, and lsUH reported fa'l-
lag. The weather was flae yesterday everhead, rt in the
eveMtaz a high wi d prevailed, which so oistsrbed the
deft as te render it impossible at times te see on tbe
levee. Business was bri.k, partka arty In shippine to
On Satarday evening, by the Rev. Father Daley, at
the reeidence ef Mrs. Ileurceigt, on Court street, Mat"-
uel DC AllAOON, of Havana, Island ef Cuba, and Mies
Octavie Hodbceiot, of Bordeaax, France.
The friends and ac ualstaacs of J. W. Milleu are
tavitedte attend bis funeral THIS MORNING, at 10 o'-
deck, from his resldaca, corner ef Vance and Causey
street, Soath Memphis.
Tuesday, March 24, 1857.
At his residence, ta Mlstiesippl county, Arkansas, en
the raerBiag ef tbe 13th, Hon. Thomas M. Hard I no,
la the IMrty-tbird year cf his age.
Death, IndeeJ, loves a shining mark," and In the la-
nutated decease of this one, has claimed fer its own ono
ef rare braliaaey .
Mr. Hasoing was a native cf Davldron county, Ten-
aewee-, frem wheace he removed to Arkansas in 1840. Ha
was cheees to represent his county in the lait Get era!
Assembly by an aaanlmous vote, ard had just returned
frem his misciea which be performed witn credit to
himself and with honor to bis constituency, when he was
eelzed with toe Illness which has so untimely terminated
his career. Talented, patriotic, energetic, and possessed
ef the highest sent et moral prim iple his death In this
community will leeg be esteemed a public calamity, while
his many good traits of heart, together with his fine so
rial qualities, have allacned lo bun Iroojaol menus, 10
whom his less win be irreparable. He departed at peace
with all the world, in full pessess left or mi mental facul
ties, and with such perfect resignation as only such a life
of t urlty as his ctu insure.
Mississippi couxtv, aec, jiarcn ja, 1007.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a called meeting of theTrusteis of Covington Fe
male Semirary, held en tbe 191h cf March, 1857, the fel
lewiag preamble and reaolatioas were unanimously
Whereas, It has pleased Divine Providence to remove
from us by death our highly esteemed friend, Mr F. M.
Greek. Frem tbe high position he occupied in society,
as well as his oSejal station, we regard it a duty, and one
which we perform with a melanchul pleasure, cheerfully
to award to his memory oar yepect, and to ofTsrtohls
survivlHE relatives our sympathy aBd condolence at their
bereavement. Mr. Greek haa bw n our arsociate in the
Board of Tiu-tees for several year and ailed tbe efflce
ef Treasaier most efficiently. And as a further expres
sion ef oar feelings, be it
Resolved, That we attend the funeral of our esteemed
associate to-day at 10 o'clock.
Re vived, That Mr. K. T. Ailing, Principal ef the Sem
inary (if not Inconsistent with the duties tf tbe school,)
be respectfully requested, with tbe teachers and pupils,
to attend the funeral.
Retolved, That these proceedings be entered en r cord
in tbe minutes, a' d that the Secretary be diiected to fur
nish a copy to the bereave companion of the deceased.
Retolved. That these proceedings be published in the
Memphis Eagle and Enquirer and Appeal, and that tbe
Secretary f urnim copies lor inai purpose.
juu.n l,. iiuiuiA.N, ivmaeni.
R n. MuKroRD, Secretary,
".NE HUNDRED barrels and half barrels Mclassrs, for
KJ sale by maris Ai-.i.KJi at jacuojiAi.il.
FIFTY half barrels Golden Syrup, for sale by
mai-19 ALLEN &. McDONALD.
TTtlVK HUNDRED boxes, half and quarter boxes, 8tar
P Caad.es, fer sale ny
marlH ALLEN &. McDONALD,
m WO nONDRED barrels and half barrels Whisky, for
I " . . n x t w a. u.nnv a ti
I saw by man? ..
FIFTT barren Crackers, for ssle by
marI9 ALLEN & McDONALD.
nnanuiiiii ' Tj..f and Cruthfd Sugar; Brandy,
tr iriu. ra.'.r Tabaceo. Snioes. Mackerel. Tea, Sar
dines, Wood and WWew Ware, and a g-neral aosortment
ef everjtbiog periamag 10 a ureraj j-j .
marl9-daw ALLEN fc McDONALD.
TEN casks Plain Hams, received and for sale by
mar!9 HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
FIVE casks Shoulders, for sale by
marI9 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
FIFTY-ONE boxes quart FUsks, for sale bv
mar 19 HANCOCK, CLARK fc CO.
JUST RECFIVED 200 cases Raspberry Brandy, a'
for sale by n. H. POTTER, Maln-st,
mart Third door North of Worsham nonse.
I WILL sell on good terms the following prop
erty: 18I acre., two miles from Memphis, Jasi
of the Hetnando road, on the Kerr Avenue. Seven
acres en Jackson street extended, adjoining Dr,
Wall Ill's former residence. Six acres fronting on WH-
llaiM' Avenue, nearly opposite M. J. Wright's residence,
jALSO, abedutlfnl Lot, 500 by 191 feet, on Hernando
ana' Jan iw.
marlO-lm I. M. PRO VINE
MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OFFICE,
Tuesday, March 34, IB57.
Cottoh During the pist week we find very little
change la the market worthy of note.' Notwithstanding
the tenor of foreign advices were unfavorable, prices bar
been sustained with considerable firmness and regularity
The receipts continue very light, say about 800 bales per
day, and slocks are kept pretty low, as all the lists offer
ed are readily taken by the buyers, and sent forward.
Yesterday's transactions were confined to about 300
bales, making the sales of the week some 2500. "We con
tlnue feraier quotations.
MEMPHIS COTTON QUOTATIONS.
Inferior 9 10
Strict Mtddllng.lSJf 13
Good Ordinary....! I llV
Good Mlddllqg.13 UK
Low Middling.. ..UK(S13
Fair..... ....... nominal
SEW ORLEANS MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE PICAYUNE, )
Mon lay Evening. March 16. 1857.
Cottos The inquiry has beea very fair to-day. but as
many holders, have been loj full in their claims to meet
the views of buyers the sales have not cxced d tfiOO bales.
The market is firm at our last quotations, which arere-
Inferior 6 9H 1 Middling 13 13M
Gexd OrdInry..imfH Mfddling Falr...I3h'13K
Low KiddliBg...IZ.t912K I Fair II
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st Septrmber,lS56 Bales 7.19S
Arrived since I.317.S7
Arrived, to-day 7,805 1,325,632
Exported te date..
Stock on hand and on ship-board ..bales, 30S.3SO
Tuesday. March 17. 1SW 1 p. M
Cottos There are some buyers In the market but
with full prices claimed we hear of only about 1000 bales
aatd tnus far.
Scoar Some 100 hhdi. have been sold at full prices.
Fair to fully fair SMlOlic. ? Z
itOLASSES Stect light. The sales Include 100 bus.
common rrbollcd at 67c. and a few lots of fermenting at
6lfc56c 'A gal'en.
tobacco we notice ccnsiaeracie inauiry dui oniy one
sale of & hbds. is reported on private terms.
Flouh Tbe transactions comaise TOO bbls. superfine
Ohio mUed brands at $6 12 H and 200 One at $5 75 t DDI
Wheat asd oats W hear of nt sales of any con.
CORX Sales 100 sacks white in Iota at 75c. and loco
yellow at 85c Tfl bnshel.
HRAN 1S2 sacks sold from store at SI 40 tea m
Pork We notice tales of 160 bbls. 'uninspected Mess at
bacon 10 casks plain Hams sold at 10 .He ti D.
I.akd Nothing of any consequence has been reported
WHISKEY A lot Of 97 DDIS. Kaw sola at ft
CorrEE The sales comprise 12C bags Bio at lie and.
300 to-100 at 1111 He. .
BAGGINO we notice sales of lt3 Dates inaia ai ii.se.
BosiN ISO bbls. No. 2 sold at St 45 bbl.
Freights Nothing has been reported this mornia;
Bxcif anoes We hear cf no alteration in tbe rates
ST. LOUIS aiAUKET.
The Republican of the 21st reports:
Wheat Better qualities steady, while medium and
lower grade, are in larger supply and dull. Prices range
frem $1 10 to $123 aud $i 33K. '
oats Firmer witn sales of 225 sacus aicoc., sacss
returned: 210 at 63c; sacks included ; 180. at C0c., and
8,000 bushels on private terms.
CORK Dull at a slight decline. Prices ran go tram 49C.
te 62 cents.
Flock Country brands unchanged and dull; 200 bbls.
low grade supernne, on Us merits, at $5 60; ISO do at
same:' 60 Inspected do at S5 62MC.: City superfine steady
with sales of 600 bbls. (Bay State) and 1,000 bbls at $6.
ithiikv Apout :ou ddh. sola to oi, at 'c fi. gai.
Beaks Sale of 7bbls. good white at $2 60 ? huahel.
Gunnies Sileof 40 bales, medium weight, at 13c
Potatoes About 600 bushels sweet so'.d this week at
$2. To-day 80 sacks mixed Piueyes and Neshanocks at
laud Hewers arm ana uiue onvringr Bate oi na
tierces vu private terms.
Exchange and Sank Koto List.
O. X7V. Ol a I-:Xtgt-g" cab CO.,
COR. FROST ROW AND lUABISON-ST.
butiko hates eixino rates.
NewTork Kprem I New York ...1 prem
New Orleans 1 Kprem I New Orleans. 2 prem
Louisville Jc Cln. Hprera I Louisville S. Cln. 1 prem
St. Louis Kprem i St. Lonls .....1 prem
New Orleans...... 1 prem I New Orleans 1 Kprem
North CarotlBa.... 2 dls. I All large Upper
Miss. Mut, Ins. Co.. par. Cauntry. Kprem
American Gold IVprem I Gold 2 srem
Silver 1 Kprem I Silver..., 3 press
Highest markets rates paid for Land Warrants.
Mississippi Land Scrip for sale.
Spaltling .V Jtoyers''
Manager C. J. ROGERS.
Equestrian Director ROBERT wniTE.
Treasurer KRASTUS PHELPS.
WILL BE EXQIBITED AT aiEMHIIS,
On board the Floating Palaco,
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, April G aud 7, 1857.
JT Ferrormauce to commence ai 2
ana 7 o'clock, p. M.
53" Doors open half an hour pre
vious. THIS Company Includes selections
from their North American Circus,
from the Eastern States; their Rail
road Circus, so celebrated the past sea-,
son in the Mldile States, and their ori
ginal Floating Palace Circus, and b'ss
Just closed tbe mot successful season
ever known in the Circus business, at
their new Amphitheatre in the city of
The entire Company will appear. In
cluding the following
HBNRr MAGILTON, Hurdle Racer,
Gymuast and Uan-Monkey.
OMAR RICHARDSON, Principal
Kqurstrtan, introducing tbe Bridge
Leap ng, first time in the South.
GEORGE DUNBAR, Gymuast and
Dancer and Gymnast.
HERCULES LI Car, the man et iron
serve, who breaks solid rocks with his
CHAS. CROSBY, Dramatic Eques
tian and Gymnast.
CHARLES WATERS, Indian Rider,
a. Leaper and Jymnaat
N ATHAN RODGKRS, Gymnast and
Equestrian of all work
CnARLKS DAVIS, Acrcbat and
Mr. C. J. Rogers' pupils, vu. :
Mash r FRANK BARRY, the great
est Bareback Rider, In America, and
that child of graci and promise.
Little SATJ5 ORMOND, only eiaht
years of age.
Ma lame ORMOND, Uadamo lake
and Madame DAVENPORT, the bean-
F. ROBINSON. J. PERKINS, 0.
BROWN. L. WOODS and WM. HAM
ILTON, Vaulters, Tumblers, &c
BILL LAKE, of New Orleans.
JOHN DAVENPORT, of Georgia.
GEORGE NICK, or Maryland.
n. GINTY, of Pennsilvania.
The Trick Ponies, PEGASSUS and
TARTAR, and the finest Bareback and
Pad HORSKS In the world, all led
by OTTO KYLV3 celebrated BRASS
J3-Dress Circle, all Arm Chairs,
iw half price 60c.
S3-Family Circle, Cnshloued
beat,, (Children under 10 years
of age halt price) 50c
Jj-Colored G allery .25c.
In nvdiately a'ter each Peiformance
in the FLOATING PALACE, a '
Grand Vocal and Instrumental
By REED'S BAND OF MINSTRELS, will be given In the
Rldolto Saloon, on board the steamer James Raymond
.yV jE IF sto oil:
THE subscriber would respectfully an
nounce to the ladles of Memphis and sur
rounding country, that he oj-ens. April 1st, a
. . . . . . t. i ii in inr i ii'i'iir
s - 5jcou.pieie iresuuocaei a jiwa ii,ut,iiini,
fee "X ER1ES ar d a general cssortment of LADIES
FANCY GOODS, which he Is prepared to sell at the
very lowest prices, for cash.
AtiainUSOI ailfUlill"1 IUS I,,IKM1UIUM
xotUx. WM. S1LBERBERG,
No.'lOO Main street, third door above Lehman's Dry
Goods House. uiar20
WE have Just xeceiveu a ncavy sit oi uauruiAb
or every description.
ALSO. Matting, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloth, Table OH Cloth,
Curtain Materials, &c.
Any one wlshicgtobuy Goods of th's kind can lave a
few dollars by looking at our good and prices.
JL a. n eijo . uau.,
marl2-2w Corner Main and Court streets.
SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER
"f T has been alone among the monthly periodicals of
J America In defense of the
Peculiar Institutions of the Southern Country,
It ii Purely Southern from Beginnig to End.
It is Edited by
John B. Thompson, Esq.
THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
5" Specimen numbers may be seen, and subscriptions
are taken, at ui-.u rarrisun s tu. s,
mar21 Main street, near Madison street.
STTgBl SS I
"TTTE have now In store an lnOnlte variety of DRESS
VV GOOU3. comprising
SUka and Tissues,
Grenadines and Bereges,
Printed Linens and Jaconets,
DeLalnes and Organdies,
Crei Muretls, Crepe de Paris, fcc.
Some of which cannot te excelled In eleganc, style or
beauty, and are the richest that could be obtained in the
A, T. WELLS &BBO
irF,! 1.1 r
, I marlO-dawSw
SPXVEY & CliAKKE
GcntlcmcDS' Hoys and Childrens'
Sole lic:ticv TvmiUs, Cav-
243 MAIN STREET, UNION BLOCK,
WE are now receiving our nritiru anw
STOCK, which will be found complete In quality.
tt. ami nrlrn. We USVO
600 Spring and Summer Casslmere Suits, "fome very
Hnn.i,,v,nnr(!iulmiio Pantaloons, "at all prices;
600 pairs Black Casslmere and Drap-E Tete Pantaloons ;
300 Blaca ejlotn rrocx anu wiw, buub i
line Cloth Drcis Coats, good siyie,
m:rv.n r-.ii-rRiik Vents. Italian Patterns and styles
500 Fancy and White Marseillea Vests, Baglan style;
Rich White Fisured Satin Tests, new atyles ;
its,! iiri.it. t i.m VnvVi and Rafflansl
600 BlickDrap Tete, Alpacca and Cashmere Frock and
Kaglan Coats ;
Qn.ln, rmlnvr. nHltl CiVGT CoatS I
500 doisn White aud Fancy Shirts, anung which ttU t
foundail tbe styles .
vr .! hT i.rro at-xk of Medium Goods. .
We respectfully solicit an examination of uur stotk.
The PRICES will be found low.
marl7 SPIVE1 ilulaku..
Cliauccrv Sale of Iteal Estate in
nnnsnixTiu a Decree of the Chanccrv Coart at Mem
JL phis, rendered in the Cass of Ferguson & Neill and
others, vi. Tnomas u. jiais auu oiuers, i wui, on
Thursday, April 23d, 1857,
In front of my otaee. la the city of Memphis, proceed to
sell to the highest bidder,
A Valuable Lot of Ground in Col
Bounded and described as follows :' Beginning In the State
LineRaad, 30 feet West of S. T.,Butord's Lot, running
thence -Westwardly 60 feel, tnence soumwaroiy to r.
Adams' line, thenoe Eastwardly to K. M. Hawley's line,
thence Northward to the beginning being the Lot or
Darce 1 of Land on which the Union House, in CoUierville,
was faimerly situated togelner witn all the improve
ments Uiercou. -Term
The above mentioned Lot and Improvements
will be sold on a credit of seven mouths, purchaser to ex
ecute bopd with approved security, with a lien retained
on ine premises u-.ienipuon Darren.
mirl9-dawt JOHN a LANIER, C. & M.
OOnit HUNDRED bMs.Flonr, forssleby
mti!7 HANCOCK, CLABK &JJO.
rpWO HUNDRED AND FIPIT bags Coin, for sale by
JL marl7 HAiiUUUK. ui-akk. & uii,
H m.rIT " ' lIAVnorr. fir.AHK A.CO.
TTUPTr barrtls Powdered and Crushed Sugars, for sale.
HANCOCK, CLARK ft CO.
I IFTT barrels No. I Molasses, for sale by
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
THREE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard, for sale by
mar!7 nANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
TWENTY-FIVE kegs GoMen Syrup, for sale by
mar!7 HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
IE VENTT-FIVK boxes Starch, for sale by
I mart? HANCOCK, CLARK H. CO.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bbls. Whisky, for aale
by ioarl7 HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
TEN tierces Mi'ehelt, Guthrie & Co., Hams;
10 tierces Stagg &. Sbsy. Kxtra Hams, for sale by
mar!7 HANCOCKCLABK & .CO.
TVTEW BACON 50.000 pounds Tennesree Bacon, for
1 sale by marl8 HANCOCK, CLARK k. CO.
N HUNDRED AND FIFTY bbls. Mess Pork, for
sale by HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
TTIORTY THOUSAND pounds Bulk Pork, forsale by
n Tn.riT lravnoriT- rr inr fcon
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE
PURSUANT to a Donee of the Chancery Court at Mem
phis, rendered November Term. 1856, in tbe caae 01
Joseph Lenow and Archibald Wright. Adin'rs of A O.
Underwood, deceased, ex-parte petition to sell sUvca.
4c, I will, on
Wednesday, March 25th, 1857,
In front of my office. In the city ot Memphis, sell to th
highest bidder, for cash,
Two Valuable Negroes,
Belonging totheEsta'e of A. G. Underwood, deceased,
viz: Negro man named Ilmry, a No. 1 Plasterer, and
his wife Agues, an excellent house or kitchen servant.
ALSO, at the same time ana place, in pursuance or a
Decree of ssid Court, rendered in the case of Henry C.
Berry and others vt the Creditors of K. B. Berry, de
ceased, I will sell to the highest bidder, for Cash,
A Likely Negro Boy, Aged. 10 Years,
amed James, belonging to the estate of R. B. Berry
ALSO, at the same time and place, in pursuance of a
Decree of said Court, tendered in the case of Mary E
Morgan, by her next friend, ex-partt p tit Ion to sen
slave, &c. I will sen to tbe highest bidder, for cash,
A Valuable Negro Man,
amed Lewis, aged about thirty-two years, belonging to
tbe laid Mary E Morgan.
Sale to commence at II o'clock A. sr.
niarll-dawtd JOnN C. LANIER, C. k. M.
CHANCERY SALE OF
ValuaMe Real Estate
EAST OP MEMPHIS.
TirRSrANTtoa decree of the Chancery Court at Mem-
JL phis, rendered November Term, 1S56, In tbe cise of
A M. Ferguson, executor of Thenias Walsb, deceased, r.
Alice Wahh and others, I will on
Tltursdaj', April 23, lSSY,
n front of my office in the city of Memphis proceed lo
sell to the highest bidder, a certain tract or parcel of land
lying east and near Ibe city of Memphis, being a part of
and lot of No. G9, on the plan of an hundred acre tract of
land, laid n" and subdivided by Jeha Wherry for J. S.
Claybrook, and Mtuated between tne piauE roau aoa new
Slate line road being the northern part of a six acre
tract, upon which Dr. C. B. Gathrle formerly lesided.
Terms of Sale. The above described land will be
sold on a credit of seven months; purchaser to execute
bond with approved security, with a lien retained u the
premises. Redemption barred
JU11.N u i.a.mi-.u,
mar23-dawti!s Clerk an 1 Master.
CHANCERY SALE OF
TsURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at Mem-
X phis rendered November Te:m 1856, in the case of
B. H. Mercer and B. A. Massy, aiimlnlslrators of W. W.
Miller, dee'd, pi. The Heirs and Creditors of said Miller,
Thursday, April 23, 1S5Y,
In front of my office in tbe city of Memphis, proceed to
sell to the highest bidder.
A Valuable Lot or Tract of Land,
Containing about 3H acres, tying cn the new Raleigh
road near the dty at MemphK bejng a part of the lot of
land cn which Ward W. Miller formerly resided.
ALSO At the same time and place, I will sell to the
highest bidder, a reversionary interest in one acre of
land adielning the above, being tbe portion of said tract
of land allotted to the widow of said V. W. Miller. The
above mentioned lots are located in a good neighborhood
and lie Just without the corporate limits.
Terms or sale. one nair cf purchase money m
months, balance In 12 months. Purchasers to execute
bonds with spprovrd security with a lien retained on the
premises. A plan of the Lots can be seen at'my o&lce by
those who may-nab to examine.
JOHN C. LANIER,
mar22-dawtds Clerk and Master.
CHANCERY SALE OP
Valuable Keal Estate
AND IMPROVEMENTS IN
south jvrjziMCJprcfH .
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Coart at Mem
pSis, rendered November Term, 1856, In the case of
Wl-ilam R. buiit vt. James Bants, tiuauem uaiiri.
and others, I will on
Thursday, April 23, 1S57,
In front of mrotaoe In the city of Memphl, proceed te
sell to the highest bidder,
A Valuable Lot and Residence in S. Memphis
situated on the corner et Shelby and Overton streets.
Said lot being bounded as follows :
Beglnnlngiaa stake at tbe point where tbe west side
of Shelby street interests the notth side of Overton
street, running thence northwardly wilh Shelby street
271 feet, to an alley ;-thence west with said alley 100 feet
to the northeast corner of a lot owned by A. F. Uti
lett ; thence south 271 feet to Overton street ; thenoe wil h
Overton street 100 feet to the beginning together wi'h
all the improvements thereon consisting of a comforta
ble Framed Residence and other valuable improvements.
TERSis-or Sale The above mentioned Lot and Im
provements will be sold cn a credit seven, twelve and
eighteen months In equal Instalments, the purchaser to
execute sai Isfactory notes for the purchase money. Re-
drmptlon barred. JOHN C. LANIER.
manB-dawms oiera ami jiasier.
ValualAc TJraet ot Lianil.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chascery Court at Mem
pl.ii, re idered November term, 18M, in the case' or
James T. Leath vt. Joseph R. Ferguson and Richard M
Kirby, I will, on
Thursday, April 23. 1S57,
In front of my efflce in the city of Memphis, proceed to
sell to the highest bidder,
A Valuable Traot of Land,
Containing about 301 acres, lying in Shelby county, Ten
neisece ne parcel or division of which is bounded as
Beginning at a hickory marked W. P., running inencs
with Prnden's, formerly Farley's southern boundary,
south 81 degrees, west. 101 poles and 19 links, to a stake
near a black gum; thence with his line north 6 degrees
west 13 poles to a stak4 near a sweet gum on the stage
road (new plank road) from Raleigh to Somervtlte; tncqce
along said road south, 81 degrt es west 69 poles to a stake
on the west sid of a branch; then south 6 degrees east
13 poles to a stake; thence south SI degrees west 61 poles.
to a stake; thence south. 6 decrees east. 143 poles, to a
stake in Jamera n's northern boundary liae; thence with
same line north 84 degreei east, 42 poles, to a white oak,
bis corner; thence with his line south. 6 degtees east
31 poles to a stake, hi) corner, near a red bud pointer at
tbe old camp ground ; thence with his ling north, 81 de
grees east, crossing Hurricane Creek, In all S3 poles, to a
stake, his corner; thence with his line smth. 6 degrees
east, 62 poes, to a stake, near two hickory and gum point
ers; thence nottb, St degrees east, 126 poles to a slake In
Ward's western boundary, at the north end ef Park's
line; thence with Ward's line, crossing the creek, 236
poles to tbe beginning containing 300 hundred acres more
oi less, being tbe same tract of land conveyed by Adam
R. Alexander to Thoma. Ancerson, deceased, and by his
heirs to complainant Leath.
The other division or parcel of said tract contains about
four acres, and adjoins tbe above mentioned tract, being
a parcel of una cenvtyed by George Farley to Thomas An
Terms of Sale. The above mentioned lan is will be
sold on a credit ot seven months, purchaser to execute
bond with approved security, with a 11 n on tbo premises
ininiiiwu m 1 1
S3" Sale at 1 1 o'clock, a. M
JOHN 0. LANIER.
mar22-dawti!s Clark and Master.
r-' im ' r.- Ltmmsat im ajuatmi-i- uu-iil m m "Tl , H" wjrjsjg
Hollo wav's Ointment and Pill
WHY tarryr hesitate If you'are sick or suffering
Hereateyour remedies I Whatever may be your ailment.
It needs but a trial of their-wondrous efficacy to Insure
Sold at the manufactories, No. 80 Maiden Lane, New
i on, annuo. an airana, London; ana by au druggists,
aizoc.,uKc.,aua xi per plor cox.
Restorative for the Hair.
THE aga In which we live is trnly one of research asd
discovery, and to Professor Wood the prsseat and suc
ceeding generations arts indebted for one of the mot.
valuable remedies produced for the rcteraa of tie
hair. Many persons while young in years begin te lie
their hair, and seme turn gray, bat by the nse of this
truly wonderful preparation, its tenihncrto fall off U
arrested, or restored to its original color, and ills ren
dered soft and glossy in appearance. Remember, tbls is
not a dye. We hear it highly spoken of. Qufncy (III )
Patriot, Aon. 3, 1S33.
To be had of O. J. Wood & Co., Ill Market street. St.
Louis, and of druggists generally. mara uaww
THE undersigned would take this oppartunftyte In
form the traveling public that he has been appointed
Ticket aud Freight Agent for thf city of Memphis for
the Illinois Central Railroad and aH Its ce-Haeetlons,
Office, No. 15 Jefferson street, third doer Bast of Com
mercial Hotel, where he may be f oand at aH beers of the
day, aud will take pleasure In giving any Information in
the Una of his business. Through Tisketg UFhiladel
phla, New Yotk and Boston.
mar-2w WM. MOR1N.
Wm. A. Bntclielor's Hair-Dye.
GRAY, RED or RUSTY HAIR dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and Natural BROWN or BLACK, without the
least injury to hair or skin.
Iiccn MedaU and Diploaa have been swarded to
WM. A. BATcnELOR since 183a, ana aver vi.wv appli
cations have been made to the hair of his patrens of hht
famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair and whis
kers is unjust, as it would be against covering a bald
head with a wig.
WM. A. BATCHELoa'i Hair-Dve produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and is varranied
not to injure in the least, however long it may be con
Made, sold or applied, (In nine private rooms,) at the
Wi? Factorv. 233 Broadwav. New York.
Sold in all cities and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
- The Genuine has the name and address npon a
steel-plate engraving on four siaea 01 eaca uovur, 01
WiXU-JAJl A. XSAlUlia.LAj'Il,
233 Broadway. New York.
tj" For sale by S. MANSFIELD CO., and Druggists
.7113 IF JF&SHIPWS
For Spring and Summer of 1857,
ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Casaimere HATS, re
ceived at WHEATON'S, 75 Front Row, where these in
want of a superb and fashionable HAT willjease call.
Constantly on hand and receiving the largest and finest
slock of SOFT HATS in the city at
feb21 wn EATON'S, 75 Freat Row.
HIDES! HIDES! HIDES!
100,000 Hides "Wanted I
FOR which we will pay the highest market price la
We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAR SKINS. In fact, any Skins used by TAN
NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the HIGHEST CASH
PRICE. GEO. PHILLER & CO.,
novl2-m 78 Front Row.
AIDE AD OF THE W0ELD t
THE CRY IS STILL THEY COME.
PARK & FEMaOW,
S TAIt GALLERY,
219 nXmn Street,
ARE making tbo Unest PICTURES iatbe rH. All
we ask Is for you all to call and examine them for your
made only at the Star Gallery. Jan -lit w
THE ONLY MEDAL AWARDED
BY the New York Exhibition to the English or foreign
Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst numer
ous competitors, by LEA & PERRINS, for their
whereby further testimony Is afforded of Its being the
best Sauce extant.
The celebrity of this Sauce has extended to every quar
ter of the globe, and its efficacy In promoting the general
health is becoming dally more observed and acknowledged.
In th; United States It la held to be the most agreeable
condiment, aad Is esteemed for Its tonic and invigora
ting properties, 1U habitual use enabling the stomach to
digest the food.
On the Continent of Europe, these qualities have been
testiSed to by a gentleman, who writes to LEA i. PER
RINS thus; "I have carried a bottle of year Worces
tershire Sauce In a tour I have Just completed through
Spain and Portugal, and believe I owe ray present state of
health to its use; your sauce is stomacnic, aad I think
medicinal. I can with truth say there is nothing in a
traveler'sbaggagesoeasentialtohls comfort, at least in
inese conmries, as yaur sauce.
In India, also, where it Is found at the mess of every
regiment, a medical gentleman writes frem Madras to
his brother In the same profession" at Worcester, in the
following terms: '-Tell LEA It PERRINS that their
Sauce is highly approved in India, and that It is. in my
opinion, the most palatable as well as the most whole-
same Sauce nia-'e."
This Sauce Is suitable for every variety of dish, and the
universal demand which its excellence has created has
led to mmy Imitations being offered to the public, under
variety ef names, but the genuine may be known by
the names of "LEA iPERRINS" being impressed upon
thepatent metallic capsules, or patent glass stopper of
the bottle, as well as the labels and wrapper.
Bole Agerua for ibe unitca ai&ies,
JOHN DUNCAN k SONS,
apl3-ly -105 Broadway. New York.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
AN excellent FRAMED COTTAGE, containing
four rooms with Lot "5 f e. t by ISO, with good
cistern, situated on the South aide of Alabama
street, near its lunction with Poplar.
Terms ot sale easy, er rent moderate. PeaMesiea can
be bad at once. Enquire of
ALSO, a fine HOUSE in Soath Memphis, eeataialcg
seven Rooms, Kitthen and Servant.', lUwmt, with gued
Cistern, Posiesslen can be given immediately.
. r w T- r.
mar6-dlm No. 11 Madison street
The Grad Opening
BAZAAR OF FASHION
WILL take place on WEDNESDAY, the 2Mh of
March, when we will be ready to shew the Hoeat
Prench Bonnets and ITlowers,
Among which may be found the Eagenlas, the Gipsies,
the Imperial Chips the French Bleached Straws, the
Neapolitans, Eng ith Straws, ha , &c Our assertment
Is tl.e largest, richest, and most eempsete stock ever
brought toMemphia, We will also open a chlce J erection
French Thread Lace Mantillas t
Chautllly Lace Mantillas ;
Silk Embroidered Mantillas ;
Muslin Embroidered Mantillas;
Granadlne Embraid'd Mantillas.
This will b a great opportunity for the elite ef fash
ion to select their goods, as this is tbe latest aad by far
the richest goods hrocght on. We most respectfully in
vite the ladies tc call.
iAillea from the neighboring towns and lclnlty of
Memphis would do well ts call on us that day as they
will be able to procure some very fashionable goods at
E. B All I.N 1)3 sr. uu.'a. -iia Jiain sireea.
X3 Milliners and Country Merchants supplied at New
York prices. mar!9 F. B. CO.
RAN AWAY from the subscribe r, at Bowk's
Point, Tunica county, Miss., three negro men.
TOM . black, aced about 23 years, about five'
feet eleven Inches high, thick under Up, and rather slow
of speech, weighs about 1"5 pounds.
GEORGE, black, aged about 2t years, about six feet
high, well made, One countenance, and weighs about IGC
WILSON, black, aged about 22 years, about 5 feet 9 H
or 10 Inches high, weighs about 160 pounds, has a slight
defect in his walk as If his feet were sore.
If taken out ef the Stale, and lodged In jail at Hem
phis, I will pay the above reward. If within the Sla e,
and secured so I get them, fifty dollars
I.. W. UAl.lt,
maris dawtf Bowie's Point, Tunica ornnty. Miss.
TAKE this method of returning thanks to the citizens
of Memphis for the patronage heretofore extended
to them, and will feel grateful to all those who feel dis
posed to continue taking ICE from them; the coming
We are now receiving onr nsusl very large aupply.
Our price to families will be one cent per pound. We
will also fumishby the cask at (he same.
Our contract with the Wharlboat having expired, we
are now prepared to furnish steamboats by tbe qnautlty
at (evenly-live cents per hundred. All orders left at tbe
City Ice House, on Main street, or at the Meat Store ot
Robert Marshall, oh Howard'a Row, will be promptly am
ended to. marll-lm
Important to Cotton Planters!
THE TAYLOR PREMIUM COTTON GIN,
CLEMANS, BROWN & CO.,
mHE subscriber begs leave to call the attention ot
X Planters to an examination. ot the merits of these
Gin Stands, which posiess in a greater degree the quali
ties to be desl'ed In a Cotton Gin via-. : Sveed. Liaht
Draught, and Good sample-than any Gin extant, and
are ottered on as reasonable terms as any establishment
In tbe Sontb.
I feel fully authorized in saying that I can furnish, all
things considered, a superior Gin Stand to any factory In
the United States.
Messrs. Fonlkes, Mount Sc. Co. are agents for the sale
of these Gins, who will keep a supply ot various sizes on
hand, or will order any size at short notice. Office on
JetT-rson street, Memphis, Tenn.
mar20-dtwtw6m S. A. THORNTONS Ag't.
TUST RECEIVED 200 cases Blackberry Brandy, urn-
J for sale by H.'n. POTTER, Maln-st,
mar6 Third door North ot Worsham ot House.
TOES 2 IOES2
TAR. fBNNER attends exclusively to Surgical Diseases,
LV su ar Plies, Fistulas in Ano, Strictures, Stooe in
Bladder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, FoliPUS, Diseased
Bones and Joints, Deiormities from Burns. Hair-LlP.
'xmiranea ienaons irom loss of upn, cnex, iioe, .Eye
lids, 4lc, Closed Jaws from Salivation, and all other dis
eases anu aeronniuea requiring surgical aid.
srpso-dtwawiyis . ,
DR. FNNERalsoattccda to all Diseases of the Eye
and Ear. and Is prepared to Board Tatlents from a
X3r Office on Main street, In Walter's bu&Ilng, reirl-
aence on court street. sepso-oiwawiytns
DR. JOHNSON'S INFIRMARY,
FOB DISEASES OF TILE
EYE AND EAR,
SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS,
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c;
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,
mar-ntuw iuuiruis,' TUa.il.
e. m. Arrznsox....c. eeeoacii....datid apamj.
E. M. AFPERSON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AMD DEALERS IN
BAGGING, EOPE, GROCERIES, &C
NO. FROST ROW. and 6 JEFFERSOX-ST ,
T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping; and
PRATT'S COTTON GINS.
WE are Agents tar the sale of D. PRATT'S celebrated
COTTON GINS uhlch have been so favorably known for
the last cumber of years, persons wishing te purchase
are requested to call and examine them. AU Gins are
sow under a full guaranty.
raaria-Cm E. M. AFPEISON & CO.
t3 Holly Springj, Miss., Time,; Grenula, Miss.. Re
publican; Panola, Miss., Star; Hualavllle, Ala., Advo
cate; Tuscnmbia, Ala., Enquirer; Brownsville, Tenn.,
journal, cepy six monins, ana sent oi.is tu mis otr
TUST RECEIVED 400 casea Ginger Wlae, ami forsale
J by II H. POTTER, Main-tt,
mare Third door North of Worsham House.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Tenn. OlKot, south side of Court Souare. one door
west of Wallace's Auction House, up stairs.
MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT !
Wm, eJ. II(issal3
(SUCCESSOR TO MRS. S. H. PEPLOW )
No. 1SG Main Street Old Stand,
Opposite "Worsham House.
TniS extensive establishment has been purchased by
by WM. J HAS3ALL. ef New York, and has under
gone extensive repairs and enlargements, for the purpose
of receiving a Urge and complete sleek of
And also to introduce into the establishment a
To superintend which Mr. Haasall haa secured the ir-
ices of Jlaaame at Bonn, from me ceienraiea iires.-
aking Establishment ef Madame Demerast, New Yuk
Tbe stork of Millinery Goods which is now b-lng opened
Comprises one of the finest, largest and meat complete
that has ever been brought to this city, embracing every
fashionable, new and beautiful style ot
oniiets, Floweis, Head-Dresses, Mantillas,
And everything appertaining to the Millinery, Dress.
Making and Fancy Goods Business. The particular at
tentkn of tbe ladies Is invited to tbe stock of French
Bonnets and Black I .ace iantlllas, as It is thought to i e
the cbeVcett selection evtr brought :o this market. For
mer customers and ladles generally are solicited to ex
amine the new stock, now being opened which will be
read, for inspection on THURSDAY, the 19th last.
S3N B. Country Milliners supplied at KewTork
W. E. MILTON,
'2G Madison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
Exchange and Note Ilroker.
I will attend U. the negotiation of all
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
NEW CASH STORE.
jr. x tattjor.,
1S4 Main- St., opp. Worsham House,
PLANTATION. STAPLE AND FANCY,
Men's and Youth's Clothing,
nats. Shoes, &&, &c,
Saddlery, Guns, Rifles, Cutlery,
Boys' Double Gnus. Pine Tobacco and Tea.
LOW FOR CASH
To Consumers or Dealers.
TsROPOSALS will be received hy ths CommittC for
JL building of two MARKET-nOJSES. by private en
terprise, aattl the Islet April next. A Plan and specifi-
calluns may be seen at tne etnee or ine nnaersigueu.
F. M. COrKtVAMI,
mart Chairman of Special Committoe.
A VALUED WATCH SE AL. A liberal reward will be
given forlts delivery at this office. maris dl w
Un tt A I1UUOA.1 Vf PUOUIilaOOT jm-rt. uiaiwi. ivi
ssle t tt first Toll-Gite oa UernxBe runt Road.
rilce $3 piT bushel. J. T. illTCUELL,
mar 1 6-1 r
5f " "
TTF. are now larrecipt of a Urge portion of ourbean
W tUel and magnificent Spring stock ef
Fancyand Staple Dry Goods.
Coasbttlag in part et
BERAGE aad ORGANDEE BQBES,
LACKS, of very variety.
EXQUISITE. LACE SETTS and EMBRO'DERIES, of
every description all latest styles.
A general ana comp e:e afonmeni er riauisn- iwii
Gents Cloths; Plain and Fancy C.Mimeres aad resting s
of the' meat approved patterns ; Men and Beys' Furnish
lng Goeds ; Hats, caps. Boots ana sr-ees ; Transs, a
lises, Carpet Bags, Carpeting and Matting; and in addi
Ucn, all articles usually kept in our hue. AU of which
we prvpece selling very low for cash.
Give ns a call, aud we ptedjeoBrselv-syon shaM have
good Good., and at the lewcat market pr.cn.
March 13. ruris it onua.
. rn DUZK.N Ijuen snirt roms, recniwu ana ler sans
JAM El LOW i. CO.,
413 Main streets, Loml'vllle. K.
DOZK FBCl Jiliu, receiveu auu ror sale oyv
lUl) JAMES LOW i. CO.,
marI4 io Main street, t-ouisvuie, ivy.
r A UUUSs tirotcnet Jicruies, iwnru aim 1.1 aare 9J
0) JAMES LOW k CO.,
marl 4 io .Mam street, lxrauviiir, ay.
riECES Victoria Lawns, direct lmpcrtatlon, re
ceived asd fur sale by
JAMES UIW X
marlt 418 Main street, Louisville, Ky.
Pearl Shirt Buttons.
0 U U received and for sale by
iaai iaiw a. uu .
marlt 413 Main street, LouisvtTe. Ky.
a ft UAaKb Alpacca lusirr, aeserwi. rewiveu auu ier
IV sale by
JAMES LOW k CO ,
-ilSMain street, LoulsvHIe, Ky.
a a UAaKb unatruray utngnaai, aaaoricu tutors, unrv.
1U importation, received and for sale by
marlt 413 Main street, Louisville. Ky.
Gum Elastic Suspenders.
rn DOZllf linm tissue suspenaera, aasoncu, i
OUU eclved and for sale ty
J AH r.o iMn - vw. ,
marl4 413 Malnatreet. LoaUvtHe. Ky.
Laces and Edging.
r n UAHTUra assoricu ajw; '"' --
0 0 for sale by JAMES LOW k CO..
marl 4 -no jtim gtrcxt, xuunsniw, avj.
TOCNDS Patent Thread, assorted numbers,
received and fer ssle by
7AM ES LOW k CO.,
41S Main street, Louisville, Ky.
. wvn I ni.l- l,Mnll -flr.rl I m nA . , . , I n n -.
1U celved and lor sale by
, V o ijn x
marlt 413 Main street. Louisville, Ky.
r n i'ie.t;r.a auau." i;, w
01) 23 " " " whites
Reeelved ana ror saie Dy jjimhh imw a CO..
msrl4-lm 418 Mala street, Louisville, Ky.
TITK south half of Lot No. 42, fronting 3754 feet on
Chickasaw street, and running back 143X feet. Oa
this Lot there is a small comfortable house. The terms
are liberal. Apply to G. B LOCKE,
marlO-tf Auctioneer and Heal Estate Broker.
BOOTS, SHOES, BR0GANS, &C.
do you want to buy Shoes of any kind
Ladies', Mens', or Children, Gentle-
mens-. noys ana iouws' nne or common
BOOTS, SHOES, or BROGANS? Go to
301 Main. Street, Memphis,
Next door to W. H. n riot's Qneensware Store; where
there is now opening a large and entirely new stock, and
where all who wish can be accommodated at either whole
sale or retail, at low prices, for cash.
marl0-2m WALLACE k VAN PELTS.
Tkos. Peters' Residence, for Sale.
I HAVE for sale the ReaMenca aed 183 Vlacrts-of land
belonging te Thomas Peters. Eaa.. Irtae on the State-
i Lire Road and the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, 21
I miles east of Memphis, at Bray'a Station The Improve
ments Cunsists of a Jwe ling, built in Gothic Style, 9 large
rooms and 2 small 'ones, with closets, store rooms, &c.
Kitchen, 2 servants' rooms, cistern, welt, stables and
barn, carriage bouse, w'agoa shed, Ilc, be In short, it
Is ene ot the best improved places la Shelby county, all
new and in perfect order. I will sell tbe Improvements !
and 83 H acres ot land, or all, together. If desiree, I will
sell the stock ot sheep, bog, and cattle, corn, fodder, cata
and pork, slaughtered and packed in tbe smoke house. A
bargain will be given. Apply to Thos. Peters, on the
premises, or to G. B. LOCKE,
dec 21 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Suburbau Rcsidcuce for Sale.
I OFFER, for sale, upon good terms, the farmer Resi
dence of C. F. King, Esq., lying on the north side of
the new State-Hue road, a mile and a hilt eastjef the
city. The tract contains 11 ares, and is Improved with
a small residence of three re-ems', well and other Improve
ments. Also, a fear acre wood let, nearly opposite. This trad
Is within three quaaters ef a mile of a good.church.aad
sebcol, and is. in one of the best and healthiest neighbor
hoods in the vicinity of Memphis. G. BIOCKK,
BOTH Aactioneer and Real Estate Broker.
OH n f n CIGARS, saue very superior.
OU.UUU . H.n.PorrsR,
. . . j
Piauo Fortes for Sale.
FORTES, from 1-J to7 octave, ef sape- ,
nor finish and durerent stvies. seme betnz
inlaid with Peart. They wiH be sou at greatly reduced
prices. This presents a most favorable oppertuni'y to
purchase a superior Instrument at a bargain. Terms
made to suit parchasers. G. B. LOCKE,
dec-13 tf Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
THZre-partnership heretofore existiae between Drs.
K P. WATSON JcA. L. KIMBRO, haa beea dis
solved by mutual consent. Dr. Klabro settles the old
N. B. Dr. KIMBRO wlB Continue bastaeee at theoM
efflce. on Union street. JaaSt-dawtei.
City Tax Payers.
CITY TAX PAYERS ar.- notified that the Tax Book foi
the current con-orate year la new made oat, and
wiU be kept at the etaee ot be Mayer, where all persoa
interested are earnestly invited to caH and settle.
febI3 JOHN NBWSOM. CKr Tax Cctt
WE have Just received a freah- supply of Red Clover.
Blue Grass and Timothy Seed.
LOWKBS, ORGlLLi CO.,
Agrienltnral Wareroems, 13 and 14 Front Row.
INad-Htieotooarrargestoekwe have reeelvedalo of
Copenhagen Watches made to ear order the finest
Watch ever offered tu thlsmarket.
feblS F n. CLARK ic CO.
Lots at Private Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, unimproved Lots,
121,122.125,128,103,104,131, 133. Improved Lota
169 and 170 being on the plan of SBbdivisieBef Greenlaw
Safiarrans, Looney & Kee-ie. G. B. LOCKE,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
T-m portan t to IFom nlcm
DB. CHEESEItlAirS PILLS.
THE combinations of lngrolients in these Pills are the
result ot a long and extensive practice. They are
mud In their operation, and certain In correcting all Ir
regularities, painful menstruation, removing all obstruc
tions, whether from coM. or otherwise, headache, pain In
the side, palpitation of the heart, disturbed sleep, which
always arte from lnlerrnpttoa ot nature. They can be
successfully used as a preventive. These Pills should
never be taken in pregnancy, as they would te sure to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and
free from anything lalurioas to lift or health. Explicit
directions, which should be read, accompany each box.
Price (I. For sale in Memphis by
a. hahshkuo & co
G. D. JOHNSON,
WARB X JONES I
ty Sent by mall by enclosing $1 to Dr. CORNELIUS
L. CHRESKM AN, No. I Broadway, New York.
ACCURATELY a-ljosteI te the eye, so as to suit the
raest dtfacalt vition, wltbeut eccasion.Bg: that seas
t eatress or f atigae to the organ general! complained
ef by wearers et common glasses, bat enabling the wearer
ef this Improved Spectacle to pirtbe the most minute
employment either by day or candle light, with ease and
CHBN. MTJLLEB, Optician,
OF THE FIRM OF
GHRN. MTJLLEE & BR0.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
CloclvS, Wntclics, Jewelry,
Maditon-tt., bet. Main end Front Row,
OPPOSITE I. B. KIRTLAND'S OFFICE, MEMPHIS.
43 PARTICULAR attention piid to the repairing
ef Watches by an experienced workman. Being
jKif, detern lsed not to be excelled in auperier werk
li iiiarTn ii i in lil j a this branch ot the basiaes., we have
cagagrd a first class Watchmaker, aad eaa flatter our
selves is saying that there ia au Heuse, Bast or West,
that can boast et a better, decks caret ally repaired and
warranted Jewelryaad Spectacles of every description
made to order. OM Jewelry neatly repaired, and Specta
cle Glassea inserted la oM frame to salt every sight
P. 3. The numerous comptaiets ef persons whe have
been iTpo.ed npon by IndlvkraaH p-iMIHg tbrewB the
eeuntry an inferior article of spectacles, representing
them te he these Unproved glass, rentier It necessary
that we . bould caution the public against such venders,
and protect tbe reputation of oar glasses. All spretacte-i
made by as are stamped w th the name ot the arm.
raarlO-daw CHRISTIAN MI LLER X BRO.
THE unJershTBed have opened a Carriage Facte ry op
Secead street, between Washington aad Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture aad Re
pair Carriages at the shortest notice. AH work deae by
them win be guarantied, and a share ot pablic patronage
JaaS-ly L S. BURR S.CO.
AMI DEALrR IX
FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES,
32S MAIX-ST., WEST SIDE,
(SOUTH OF UNION STREET,)
HAS Jast received a large assortment of EUROPEAN
LUXURIES, each as Prussian Ceese Breasts. Bruns
wick Sausages, Kl in Gle, Fate de Foiti d'Oiet, de
Canarf, de Secottet en Troffe, Green TegetaMes, cen
slsiiasor Asaaragns, Beans. Peas, etc.; Anjevish, Ue
land Herrings, Limbarg and Sap Sago Cheese, French
Cbecotate, Gevmaa Prunes, Rhenish, Haattariaa Motel
and French WINES, Cere Oysters, LoUw-rs, Sardi.es,
Saaees, Fkkles. etc.. aad igeaefal assort meit et FANCY
aad FAMILY GROCERUS.
Many of the above articles are for the first time Ira
Bdrtnd into the United States, and can be had ia Mem
phis ONLY ot CHAS N.ERICH.
DR. SArNPERS oi at J. M. Sledge Sr. Ce.'s Drag
Store, Bear the Past Offlce. mar3-tf
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE.
COSSITT, HILL &. TAL3JIADGE,
ItAVEKECEUrD A LA3GE STOCK OF
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY (I00DS
ADAPTED to both dty and country trade, consisting ia
part ot the following, viz :
Plain, Twill d and Striped Osnabargs ;
Brown and Bleached Sheetings and Shirtings ;
Brown and Bl -ached Drill! and Jeans ;
Blay, Ble-use and Tellow Llaeas, H and 4-4 ;
Cvttouades, Denims, Camlets and Nankeens; .
Cotton Velvets. Mosquito Nettings, Oam tries J
Prists, Irish. Linens, Jaconets;
PlaiB, Checked and Spot Swiss Mar-ltns ;
Lawns, Organdies, Plain and Fancy Berages J
Silk Tissues, ke , ke. We hwe also received a full
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps and
Also a large assortment of
and la aiMltlen to the above, woaid Invite attention toour
which is very large and weH soiu-d to this section of
country. Our facilities for baytag and selling goods tote,
are not surpassed by houses is the trade in any maiket,
aad we invito tbe attention of Merchants generally to
or stock, and ask them to examine gejds and prices,
betitving it will be tor their Interest to make their pur
chases of us. mar3 dlmls
TWO HUNDRED bbls Fltubargh ASe, in store and for
sale by II. H. POTTER, Main street,
marl Third door North of Worsham House.
Booth Si. Sedgwick's London Cor
CASES recei td and for sale by
J. BOYD it CO.,
No. 170 Maln-st.
i fin Gross Wine Bottles, warranto to hold one quart,
X U U s'andard measure ; -
60 Gross quart Flasks, for sale by
marl0-d!m . 7. BOXD.fc CO.
O K BBLS. Old Monongalwla Whisky.
imJ ZS bids. Pure Bourbon Whisky:
5 half ul ties Brandy, rdirect irnportationi ;
5 quarter casks pure Port Wine, (J red Importa
6 quarter casks Brown Sherry Wine ;
S " Madeira Wine,
Received and for sale by
marlO-dim J. BOYD k CO.
4 r A GA3K3 assenea ricaiea, jusa reri u mi -lOU
by marlO dim J. BOYD k CO.
OA A ASMJKir.u flies, m.m "'Z"J.
300 mrltdlm J. BQYP tc CO.
4 nn BBLS. Dean Whisky;
lUU 50 " American Brandy;
50" Peach Brandy;
60" Harris Ale; -,
Also, a general assortment of Groceries.. In stors and
for sale by marlO-dlmt J. BOYp.at.CO.
FOR SALE BY
F. H. CLARK. & COMPANY,
-sen CASKS Booth k. Sedgwick's London Cordial
'JLiJU Gin, by H. H. POTTER, Main street,
Iebl9 Third door North Worabam House,
teamer will leXV
termed lata roitl TITli-P. at.
at 1 p. jr. ForthreugbT-w.
oi rooms, apply to
mar2t-It LAYALLETTE it MORRIS.
Leaves T1H3 DAY. Marth 24th, at 2 eMojk. X.
For White Rxver.
AND ALL TBE LANDINGS THEREON.
ETANSVIELE .....RiLET Jos?i, Master.
Peter F.emleg , Clerk.
U TniS ligtt draught and fast running
tft passeagtr and frtightpaeket wHkave as
above. Persons detrreas er besag Hpat
thressb ' ftr oatek time wSl de west te be
on beard at the appointed hoar. For freight er pataag-,
apply on beard, or to
inarit-lt LAVALLETTE 11 MORRIS, Agsats.
Leaves on TUESDAY, MarsbSllhat Ir.jt,
Cairo, IiOTiisvilla and Cincinnati.
MEMPHIS J. H. PrrFES, Master.
I. TniS inaaaWMPtpaaseager assi rreigt.t
A3 packet, wiU leave tot the. ahev aaw all
intermediate porta as aaeva.
Fer freight or naeeags aaaay oeara
A. C. WBRZBACH. Agent.
No 33 Froat Row.
: i 18137,
MOSES McLELLOiV & SUPERIOR.
Jameo P. Smith, Master.
KEGTTLiS T. S. MAIL PACKET LUTE,
i u ON thes resBBipMoa oi
navlgatten a line ot Srst
ehua packets wui com
lmnn tturlr renuaar trhB
between Memphis, Cairo and LonlsviHe, easneoMag a.
Memphis wilh the New Orleans packet Hae, at Cairo
with tbe Illinois Central Railroad, and at LeafevtHe with
the LooKville aad Cincanaatt packet Use.
These Beau are fitted up and t jrarahed is etegaat style,
wRh every regard for the comfort and evesane ot
passeagsr., are etficered by careful aad experteated ,
who, by 91 1 .t attention U baaaess, hae to merit the
confidence mlpatreaageof tbeaaMtc.
L-VrALLBTTE &. MORRIS, AgeaU, Memphis.
oc21 BENEDICT &.SON, A genu, LoaiaviHe.
X3 Eagle aad Kaaalrer copy. v
3Ien.iIiIs, White River and Xapoleon
TJ. S. MAIL PACKET,
Uekna, Friar's Point, Lacoaia & ConoMa.
STEADIER KATE rHBE,
JOHN T. SHIRLEY, Maats..VM. T. WOO, Oert.
. 1. THIS new, spfeadM aad fast aeeaaer.
-nHhaviDg beea parefcaaed sec Ibe Packet
Trade in nlaceet the James Lamsawi.wiii
'continue recasarly ta the tnae, saavtas;
Memphis every MONDAY and FRIBAY at 2 e'deck p.
punctually, connecting at Napoleon with Watte ati-t
Arkansas river boats, taking freight and ptssmgefe to
White river at regaUr rates. Returning, leaves Napo
leon every TUESDAY aad SATURDAY, arrivtag at Mem
phis Sunday and Wednesday evenings.
Thanifi.' for former patronage, theewaers hope ta
merit a coriiaaaace of the same to their new baaik pro
mising strict attention tebasiness.
LAVALLETTE k- MORRIS, Ageate.
NOTlcr TO SlIirrEBa The"Frtsbee" vi reerive
freight aattl eae 'dock ea Mondays, aad daring the en
tire day Theradays, aad until one o'clock Fridays.
IMMENSE SUCCESS I
Over Two Thousand Bottles of
J. H. Mc LEAN'S C2LEBBATED STREXlrTIitN
LNG CORDIAL AND BLOOD PDBIFIKK
I ita Tnou-au-'i t wak freble and debilitated btsob-s '
I thil city have bwn made Valthy and strong by taking n
It i the best aiu-roative in tbe wot to. and the on T
TKOtr&i that will purify the Meed, aBd at the same time
sireagtben and invigorate the whole ergantsaUea.
It will enV ioally care all eesplalats ef the Livr.
Stomach er Bowds, such as Liver CempUlat, Heaaacbr,
BilMaaaeea, Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Soar Stomach, Lose
of Appetite, Newees Dlsca-ies, Fabslaeoa. Weakness or
aay disease oC the Woath, Kktaeys er Madder aad re
meve yeilewBres er sores from, the skin. It Is a sare
preteeiive agalast Yellow Fever, CbHts, Agae and
iVwr. Cho era, ec any prevaKteg epWemtc, There bao
mistake aboat it.
J3 Every baUle is wairantedto give sallsfaetlaa. Try
it It Is very pteasaat. It .leaves a deHghtf ul areeaalK
flavor ha the raeath after taking it.
J. H. McLEAN, Sdte Preptietor ef this Cordia..
Alee.McLean's Yolcank OH Lmlment,
X3 Principal depot on the corner of Third -nd Pine
streets, St, Louis, Mo. Fer sale hs Memphis, by
G. D. JOHNSON. Agent.
febS-iawtv corner Madtsen aad Mala streets.
,i JCST received from North Caratsaa, See Caro
S? Una, Gi orgia and Keatacky s m sag thus two geud
N. B. FORK 1ST.
WE are maaafactariBg the B-Slvar" and -'Ltvlags-tea"
Ploughs. Persons wanting I hem wtH give as
a call A. STREET k CSa,
febS-drnwIra Pepear street.
IaAMK, YOUlXft CO.,
TO irrulate Bayard Taylor EneytlepaaHa et Tra
vel. " ia the Western District ef Tenae-Mee and tbe
Northern e8nti s of M iipt4. It is a buek tf real
value, and sheald Sad a ptaee la every fasaOy and every
library ibe richest meat es-mpiete aad iatrrestisg werk
ef travels that ever emiaated rrom the press. Sahscri
ber received at onr store, No. 2f9 Main stteei. Mesa
phis. Liberal prices paid to aarats. asartl
TTtOR the f eBewlaiC artjete. en steiage ea BwvAa. AL-
X1 GEO & CO.'
3 WIIARFBOAT, Memphis,
March 2, IStrT:
T. SWT, Meatehhi, 1 box aad I cheat;
1 chest without ny mark ;
Levi Jey, B.4ivar, Tenn., 1 bee;
C. T. Bradfwd. Friar's Point. I baaaV 5asety;
29 sacks cotton seed aad peas, wilSM-et aay mark ;
R. C. IlempMU, MemaMs, tot hmiihsM Bedst hex
M. G., eare Duval, Algeo & 0s., MerapUs, Sthexes;
L, St. LoBts, 2 boxes ;
T. B. ThraB, Mtmpnls, 1 box;
Edward Fseed. Memphis,! bureau :
M A. Dean, Aabara, Term., 1 Orate;
J. P. Knuiht, Memphis, 0 boxts Tehaew;
J ao. M. Wtnia-ason, Men phis, J burets.
It net aaJhd for at end ef the Bsaatb, wtf be daasesed
ot to pay chargas.
mar 1-4381 DBYAL. ALU SO k. CO.
A GOOD GARDENER liberal waga paM Aaaty to
J. M. SHAW k CO..
Oaice ea Bank Avenue, 1st door frem Maditea-st.
Dry Goods at Wholesale.
TEST received, direct from New York, ea r-naslrtaaient,
J ef upwards ot $30,090 werth ot seaieaahie Staple
Dry Goods. The saoda being oa oaaslgBmeat, I eaa af
ford aad win sell better bargains than ever was eafed te
this dty. Merchants and planters, who wish taihay by
the piece wui and to their Interest to examine my stock
before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE,
novo AUClie-HceT iw ja.g preev-
I HAVE sld out my Stable oa the corner ef TJasoa and
Seead stro t-i, resigned all sty actoun.lt, aadasade
an arrangement tor tho prompt netttemmt of aH my iu
debt ednett. I toke this public mode of ntamkag mjr sin
cere thank; to my kind friends and patreas, (these vhi
paid,) and of cordially recommeaainz my nnnw!, in
whese honesty and integrity I have the as-set iraaWK re
nal ea, and wboa I take a special pleasure i laveuiuumi
Ing to my naaisreas friends as kind and coarteoas gentle
men, frem wbem j can always get valae fer vour
m.ney. R- B- BLACK.
Memphis, February , 1001.
Tfc. ahavecard ef our eld f i lead BtsokwiH apprise oar
friends of Memphis and sarreaB-Hag eeaatty tfeat wt
can be feaad at tbe above stand at aR hears, bath day aad
night, r-ady and wlluag to serve our irs-wi J aay e
partment of the Livery baslnesa. Mr. Black's Indebted -.ui
be nromntlv aiUuated by the undersigned. at fa t
as aieaas come Into their hands from the assets ef said
R. R B!aik. .
marzu-lm r. r r.tvtvr.L.u a.
JOHS W. C. WATSOX..HESaTAT..SA3t-I.BCSTON.
WATSOX, CRAFT & BEIYTOLV,
TTfin-NKYS AT LAW. Holly Springs. Vl wl at-
A tend the Coarts of North Mississippi, and give so
cial attention to the ce-Hectioa ot airetaims entrastni to
tt.tHI also attend to basiaess frem theThlr-1
or Northern District of the Slate ta the High, Court j
innn nd Anneals ai jaezaen. mt .
Valuable Uegroea for Sale.
.niDTT vrr.nnut lust arrived frem Kentutkr
to and Virginia, among She namber three good M
& chanles? N. B. FrtRRESTV
VS. Buu7.tr Ne. 87 AdamsTStreet.
31E5IPHIS ISSDRAXCE t703JPAIiY,
Sam. Mosby, Pres't; Ben May, Sec'y.
ornec oa jeftzbjox stueet.
A. O. Harris, am. jsosbt,
ATKISSOlf, T. W. WILK1SS0X,
GBXEIfLAW, T. H. AI.T.E1T,
J. J. lUWLIilSI. "
S3 12 Acros of Xi-rsjrad.
WITH a comfortable Dwelling, a good west ot
water, and other convenient futures. Half ot
the land Is cleared. The tract lies fronting the
Germantowa Plank road, two miles from Mem
phisat present occupied by Mr. Mourning.
The above Is offered at $350 per acre, one-fourth tash,
balance in one, two and three years, with interest from
date. Apply to n. CRAFT, Agent,
mar3-twlm uoiiy apruKs. aiwa.
THIS read Is now nearly completed only sixteen mllea
staging. The Proprietors are running from six to
ten Dally Una ot Coaches and cn put on as maay mote
H required, from terminus to terminus ; and being too
onlyllne that have a through ticket wlti the BjiHroad
Company. Persons will be pa' tlcular and not sutler any
one eW?t the Mail aud Stage Agent of our Csmpany t
take the c upons off their through ticket, who wibe
fonnd at the end of the road.
For Through Tickets or seats from terminal te ter
minus, apply at the General Ticket Offlce. Cemmercla
Hotel. SIMS, FIG KLIN uqrTBpmr..
1 iuarl5 lm P: PattewosI 'Altnt,
V rffvfn that has so 5,tf2?N eF
rA tArJKl very ramdly J9iiSStiLJa