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THE JDAILY APPEAL.
AJT APEIL 1, 1857.
Railkoab Jdbiz.ee. The members of the
Oamettitee of- Arrangements r hereby notified aad
requested te attend a mediae of the OemmlUee, at the
AffSaX. editorial reemi; THIS EVENING, April III,
at7M oelk. A- II. DOUGLASS,
AX Itek. The Haatsville Itt&tpn dint saj-s
McMAiioji, et tbe Bulletin, is a bachelor!
gaT A variety of Baggies, etc., will be sold
by Wallace this use-ruing, at his mart.
J" We are under obligatiofls to Hon. W.
. K. SL'BATIAN tor Ceagresstonal favors.
, .- -
(J- Wc return thanks to Mr. Kirby, clerk
ef Uk steamer RrpikHc, for a paclaxe of Saint Loo If
gThe Ingomar brouht up, yesterday,
over two vheesxad ban ot raikoaa ires, fer the Memphis
sad Chartteteai RaHroaS.
""Tfle Cadets of Temperaace will install
II i ii wTIiiiii oa Frtaay eveateg text, en which occasion
speectwa wfH be made by a number of thtir members
Tae'pattfc are lavllea W attend.
' Dr. Care returned from bis trip to New
Orteaas ; 3 isUreay jaenrtog. During Ms absence be has
takes oee haaatrest aad atty pfetares, taisj- et them very
g" Dr. D' Alton is activeiv tBgaged in re-
Mevsnc the addicted f ear elty. The Doctor eemeliities
tlMaisaiibasslaBinaiywmiKBea. Seethe certificates
ef same of car seat pnariaeat ritiaeus.
"Foots' Day." This is the first dav of
April" All reek' Day." Ty referring to the fourth
safe at te-dar's Issae, the reader has a eheaoe et finding
bewlhetcseletn of feo.ing as that Uj originated.
Pew Renting. We are requested .to give
aw a Mint te pews n ute uaawenaaa rrrsDyieriau
Ctmn wfat ba rested ibis eveaiaar, ceasKSdag at earlyi
t a light, ranaaa hiilllegpews at preecat. asd aU those
desiiaag sheas, will plaasc bear tarsia rated.
g" We bad the pleasure yesterday of. meet
btrettresd Jrtead, the Rev. E. A. Meabers, of La
farette eetnty, Mtsebsipsd. who li new ea a short visit
te the cHj. He sat only stands oaoreasedly at tea
head ef te PrtetMae Baptist Ctrnrch at that State, bat it
istrwrr, Me ef the Tery heat Democrats that ever made
the CeaatHatseaal Unies Ma pater Mar.
We regret to state that Dr. R. M. Wi.k
stow,. who can la car dty toast fefr wares stare, -with
the veaw ei aiacttaiag hit arelMtiaa, hac Marmis4 as
retwatat IrMcSanaer revMeace, LaGraate, Teesewee
ThePaaaai U aUaolanhia profeioa acd we vtah htra
every mim am the ateaeaat retreat which he haa Mlect
fd Iftr M( tatsw haaw.
(PS"' We bad th pi e a Hire of a visit vtMr
day tram aer friead Sic oars, eC the HntTj e Arfro-
tate. The AaVfifsc kiaoM ealahHtbrel Baper, asd has
a w)fc circaUUaa ha North Alahaaw, whe trade iltza
phis H aaw aeeUae toahtala. Oar baaieeea men wiH
fluaTWJti paper a seed andUm thraegh -which te Bate
theaatajTM aa their haes6 kaown. ""e atk attentioo
U the aad af the pa apt at tat is aactber eatamn.
1 Osr frkad. Aiissstr J. McLemore
Eaaj , et Saa Fraaciesa, ealifarota, is zmk- as a tiitt to
ha oM filiuda aad rtettivri in this city, where be is
warariy waloind by tbea. His geaia, ehiTatraei aBd
hiodsf aatare aad his sprightly asd discrtaitaatiBg In
tetiect aiwaye-iaae htat as aereeahie eeBpaaieB ad ee
dearktaato lU who kaaw Mm. We wesjd that he ceaM
afaca.be aaUtSed t " set his sUtea" in the midat or ear
enterprMaaj cotnlBoaitr. Dat iaasaaeh as he has lishrd
his OetClmf with the "deMes State" we wish hta heaHh,
hat all Mr, iaaae and lortaae aad all that a geserons fceart
can crave aad a Mheral, Uai asd cbaritaaie catore can
jBdfctaaity re aad dtapeaee. ha his aew beoe cn the
ahortf af the Paetac
p"OorenterpriiK friends, Messrs. Moore,
I a LiitAjj m. jiANS, are saw eagasea is amE P. tke
tuachiaery farthest exteBatre estaMithmeat an Seaaad
street, hfyaad Daiao. Their eagioe asd boiler wk to a
chnafaad hac the capacity to ran with Beresty-flre
boreepewor. Thear eatahHshaaent, when completed, w8t
oataie two mt the Mest iasprond ptaatac machines, la
xether with all the aecessary aachiaery for the raasn
factareaf daars. Usada aad wiadair aaah. ThU mazes
the focsrtb eataaUeharent in the aaaoe liae of bssieesa la
oar city , aad afl wia be actively employed in taaptytec
the tocreaaed deatead for laiidiBi'materUl. Fil Bp tbe
brict asat aaartar, aad pact oa the aieam we are a rail
road city, with the Xlesiesippt rrrer to bach Ol.
Fatai Accident. We are pained to learn
that Wlulsje. MntM of W. J Wicks, FiesMeat of the
Xiver Mak,'aarw4e m aaniaie death yesterday afteraosB,
V.nt eae aJ!ctevV It seeus that he was grasses a posy
,u lit: taMS 'ial tmi ahatr mfsso trass the dty.
aaviac ssaeaaaear hm wroaom mmom ais wriai. ine
l4i? bscaaat ttloai, aad the peer boy, was dragged absat
the lac, axiac aaahle to reteaTC him if If. When aseistaare
came, it waa too ate to be of aay avail, and the maagHd
L Af of the tad wa)arrted to M heme, where he soon
breathed his seat. The poay had trampled span asd
titled Mat, hreaksat; both euuulau Mades aBd e bcrw.w
matilatiac Ma pettoai. The boy was eleven or twelve
yeas of age.
The Adams Exprek Company. This Com
pany has maaevtd their oOce to Coart street below VatD,
win re as ageat v.-iH be foaod at all times ready to trana-a'-tatiaM.
Thsaptotioa af theMeaablsasdCbarres.
: d EHrosd, aad wtih K the aeraawlatmo of twiiaes',
Laa iirdm t at aeeottary .for the Compear to have an
cfttcf to them i Uvea. Oa and after to-day, two m;ssn
will leave daily for Oharleatoa, aad by this anange-iu-ut
aat oaly wia the saorceaiile perttea of the commc-
ay a beaetVed, bat the Press ot Uemphis wiB derive
great advaatagea, frotn the santy of reotivlag papers la
I tree or fear days' ttsae from the etty of Xew Tore. Al
redy we hare Mt the benefit of tbe new arrangements
wb.dttMAdoaas Bxpreas Oompaay have made, far last
eatag we were faratahed wia a copy ct tbe Kew Tork
Herald at FrMay morale: last, for which we retara the
i nrpaay thaaVs.
Arrivals and Departures.
Becnblie, St. Lonls to Stw Orleans.
J. 0. Swan, St. Louis to New Orleans.
Dnele Saaa. Cincinnati to New Orleans,
lngomar, New Orleans to Hemphls.
Wm. Noble, rinrinnatl to New Orleans
Planet, New Orleans to St. Loots.
Cumberland, Nahville to New Orleans.
Swallow, Memphis to Cincinnati.
S3"Therlver is rising fast. The weather last evening
was dandy, with ladieatitna of rain.
S3" The fine and popular steamer Ingocmr arrived
early yesterday morning from New Orleans, heavily laden,
She will leave to-morrow evening, after the arrival of the
cars, on her return trip. She has superior accosimoda
tlons fer passengers, and under command of the veteran
S3The EvamviUe, commanded by Capt. BOey Jones,
wBl leave this evening for White river.
3 The Maltle Wayne was advertised to leave St
Louis oa Monday last. She will be due to-night.
Jj-Tfce Sate Triiiet wlH arrive this evening from
Nspsteoa, and retcra oa Frldsy evening.
The Bun or Coai, Nine new beats, with sixty-two
1 barsjef, centalniEg tB9,000 bosiiels ot coal, stared from
Fittibargh oa the present risa. About fifty pairs of coal
beats will also get oat, containing altogether not far short
of a million aad a half bnabela.
J3 The LoolsTllle Courier, of last Friday, contslns
tbe foUawing :
"Another Boat Scjuk Collision. We learn by
a spooial dispatch from Portland, at S o'clock I'll night,
that the Crape Shot was sunk at West LoulsvHlt, Just
Desow theiaM.ng, By cmiiiion itu the J ii. Vgletoy.
Tbe latter bad just roanded out from the wharf, on her
way to ew Of leans. Tba,(xrsje iftif, we believe, was
from Memphis, wiw a ctrro of cettoa, far IMUburfh.
She is an aafortaaate propeller, tbu makiaz thsionrth
or fifth time aae has Been sunk.
Weleatnfrcm Can:. Beckner and others, nasteceers
on the Grope SAO, that the boats came In colliiien jest
as the pa ameers were at supper. The beat was making
the crossing to land at New Albany, when the J. H
Ofleiby goiag down, and the bow of the frmr
(track the latter forward of the boiler. Toe utmoit con
f nstoa prevailed on the instant and the boats were head
ed for either shore, the Grape Shot landtag on the Eon
tacky side in about eight feet water. Efforts were made
to stop the bote in her hall with tarpaajiaa, bat they were
unavailing. Since, both bow and stern were made fast
to the shore, aad the passtagera aad their bjg.age taken
off. The boat settted down and careened to the river, and
it was thoaght her cabin wobm tan over. She bad a
heavy load of cotton on board for l'jttilurgh, from Mem
The Sinking or the White Bujrr. Ome Lirx
Lost. We copy the faHewisg accoont of the slaking ot
the steamer White Bhif, at Carlro,' on Friday night
last, Iroai the Extra Timet end Delta, af Saturday: '
Last Bitht about balf-psst o'ekct. the stesm rs
Georoe Afbree aad White Bivff came la eel I ion a short
distaste above the upp-r wharf-boat. Tbe Albree struck
Me u nite muf J1 forward or trie boilers, catting
tfaroagh to her ketaon, slaking her almost InstaBtl)'. The
cabin beeaaardetacbed from the hull ; the Aibrtc took
the pasgeri ad", msde fast to it, aad tewed II to the bar
tnu He town, where it is bow ljlag in about twelve feet
water, the har-ica e roof covered with furniture, being
oat of water. At 3rsl two Uvea were reported lost tbe
seooBd desk and drvman, bat we have since learned that
the ileik swam nearly to the Ken ucky shore, and was
picked ap by some person m a skis.
The books and safr, containing some three thousand
dollars, belongtagto different persons were lest.
The White .BJtyTwas from CinciasaU, boaad far Ar
kansas river, loaded with almost every variety of freight,
among which were dry g ods, whisky and about forty
tons ot f urnltaro. Tee bust belonged to Hippie, and Is
Bet tasared. All the freight on beard, wi, al,o Insured,
with tbe exceptanti of a lot bich belonged to the Captain.
The Captain of the White Bu lays the blame ot the
aecsdeat upon the Albree. He states that he whistled
twiee fer the larboard aide, and the Albree answered
twice far the larboard sMe, and at the ssme time attempt
ed to pass on tbe starbuaM side, when the Captain of the -Bluff
rang tbe feetl for the larboard side, aBd was an
swered for the larboard, and the Mbret Immediately
struck as above stated
The .Uiree sustained no damage whatever from the
The encineerof the boat Is now engaged in wrecking
her. A flatboat is lying alongside, asd furniture, bag
gage and sBOh other articles as are get-al-abls are being
For a while the greataat ooaslernaUon prevailed among
the passengers, numbers of them had taken off nearly all
their dot be, preparatory lo swimming ashore, and the re
sult was, when they got oa shore they had to be euppH-d
with clothing. Many of the paeogers escaped with
nothiag bat the Bight dashes. It is theaghtthstaU the
baggage will be saved.
LIST OF LETTERS,
Montgomery A A
REMAINING In tbe Post 02ce at Memphis, Tens., on I Mowry A L
the 1st of Anrll. 1S57. Perrons calling far them IMarfit w
should siy that they are advertised. I Murphey W H
Ordered to be adrerttitd In the Memphis Apppat. Mnller Charles
aateeablv to the follmeina lection of the A'ns Potf Of.
tie Low, viz: tnt nevtpaptr having the largett circu- I Newscm M
union oj any aaxiy newtpaper jnui'.unea in AJfnpi. i Napier Eliaher
section o. jina Of u turiner eneciea. inat Lists or I v.k.. t n
Letters remaining nncalled for in any Post Office, in any I vi.hnitnn TMLt
ciij. town, or vtuage, wnere a newspaper snail ne printea, I
shall hereafter be published once oi ly In the newspaper, I n
whl-h being Issued weekly or oftener. shall have the lant- I X"? V
est circulation within the range of delivery ot said efflce,
to be decided by the Postmaster of s ild office. .Yrio Fosf
vjjite Law, patted March 5.
Adklnton Miss Lncy
Andrews Mrs Maria A
Black Hiss Sallle J
Byrn Miss Julia
Brlggs Mr. D T
Burdloj Mils Mary K
Carter Mrs Margaret
Cain Mrs Margaret
Crisp Mrs Ann J
Conntts Mlsa Louisa
Davss Mrs Kmma
Davis Mrs Martha
Dalany Mrs Gahrllla It
Dc2Y Miss C
JSdwards Miss Bettlo
EojIUl. Miss M B
Montgomory N MolUtre X 2
Morgan McO Morrison John
Moore Robt S Morgan & Pledga
MorrU h. Waid 4 Murrain D II
Marry Henry MuritonWS
Avobaekla Mist Sue
Andtrson Mrs M J
Bateman Mra A C
Bradley Miss Mary It P
Biedoe Miss Carolina
Byrn Miss Alice
Buckley Mies Ellen
Carty Miss Mary
Oarlin Mrs Martha
Chilwood Mra Nancy
Collier Miss 0
Dnlon Miss V A
Davis Mrs Ma y I,
Dean Mrs AbbleT
DicklLB Miss Annie F
Owen J G
Oliver B W
Pearrall A J
Phlly K M
Pblilippe David 0
Powers J L.
Person F M
Bamse N A
KIchanlson B H
Rich T n
Rogers II B
Napfer G F
vjti M S
FattilM A A
1 hilllpps 11 L
Nance E W
Northern E T
f wen James
O'Connor James 2
Prather J W
Pratman Wm L
Ferris B 0
Pickett Col Ed 9 Powell DrWm
Potter J B
Bese Frank Jt
Btr hards S J
Belly J II
Hollands J C
Potter Col N
Blgdon 0 II
Boberts F M
St John, Powers & Siltmarsh E
JlBoberfon S B 2 Boberson W B
Rrck Miss Llrxle
Edwards Mra Mary
Fraser Miss M J
Fetter Misi Rosalie
FimsyMrs C B
leer Mrs Sarah Eliza
Gater Mrs Klin
Graham Miss Sallle
' Criminal Cqvrt. In tbe caa of Jere
miah BALBWir, eha'ged wWss fotpery, sea Jurors were
tapaaauta ap ta rae taase ml aojaaramtnt last erenscg.
The case at W. P. Baoaxs, lor perjary, in nMch a
ctis-traai was isrttiid at taa terns of the Coart, has beea
(.'Otlzraesl aetn ta ssext vetsa. asat defeadast was recog-
n zcdaaiheasNaaf Maar hssaielc, aad same far his
e crity,'ao saafct Ms appsaraaaa at theBeatt term of till
Also sjaiast same partr tor tsraaay rooagaiied far Ms
appsasaaaeataa Bext aorm mt Ooart is: the sasa af
$2 000. aad the sata for MssecarMy. Mr. B. C. Shixk-
Let ii sacartty is both eaoes.
The Bvkninc or the Soltana. The fol-
iuwtns; acooaox of the aae ot the steamer Sultana Is fur
Bisbed by Mr. Buas TnMAsaN, cierk ef the ill-fated
boat. He faj, under sale f " EickmaB, Ky., March 96
1957:" "Last aigbt, at about 9 o'clock, whea wtthta
one asd a baU mills af this place, she was discovered te
be on Ere, oa her larboard side, in a room oeeapied by the
dr t hands, watcataaaa, ar s ome deck paiseagus It cannot
be ascertained wMeh, as they were all side by side, and
on fire at the saate csooMsit. She was aboat two hasdred
Tarda fraas the steatwAy shore at the time, running
against a edtasar bead wiad, aad asakiag aboat eight miles
per hoar. Mr. Lmmisas Levi, the seeoad engineer,
with great preeeaee of mind, decided upon 'he proper
oursetopaasae. He slapped the s'araeard eastae, aad
direeaed has ssteUat te give her si earn, at the same time
asking Mr. Millakb, the pilot, to give her the wheel
iird Sahara. la less thau eae mteate the boat was
1-osated tapttt across the river, whea both eagiae drove
her bow aosas dUtaace lata a soft Mutt bank. She was
held in that paotttea tin abeast aae hundred aad twenty
ian, women and oactdrea, cahta aad deck passengers, and
Mxty persoa rimpinilag sac crew, got safely ashore
without tbe leas, I satafc, af a single sou!, bat moat gese
rillj leatlag evteytMeg to the Barnes, which bad spread
to ail parts of the beat with aotaost incredible raptdtty.
The malts lor H seaman, Oateasbas, aad abost thirty man
baga tor Colas were lost, Ssvt had en board freight for the
1 oUowlag pieces aad pereea :
" Mr Cook, Bsckataa ; Dr. Wilds, sear Cotamaes, Ey.,
on tbe Muuail sese; Adams k. Co., Cairo, 12 colli rope;
Mr. Haghes, castier, Padaeah, 3 boxes, 1 trunk; P. G.
0BeUly & Co , 1 box; N. S, same place, 1 crate ware;
Sureve, Aadersen h. Taoasat, LoaisviUe, 39 baadtes sho
vels : I. F. Stone, Ibaroaehe ; Wilson, Waters & Co., S
bWi mha; Mahtiag, I box ; Montgomery & Co., 2 boxes,
3 sacks adse, I sack feathers; R. Atkinson, 2.S09 sacka
Uoarpaol salt ; 460 saoka saK an the beat's account.
' Tery maay passesalrs lott Urge amoaats ef moaey
and freight-tadeed, nearly aH bat what they had on
their persoee. Of the whose boat and cargo, one barre, ,
maiassee, she Utsra caata, anchor aad two Hues, Is aH that
Editors of Memphis Appeal: I see by
the) Maraing JVete that I am catted aaea to knew -tbe
facte aboat the arrest K. M. Trae by the Marshal of
Htckmaa, Keataeky. I dad not httend neiicU gthe vari
ous artieioa whtoh have appeared in the city papers is re
lation to tMs matter, bat as there seems to be no cBd to
it, I will breed r expiate.
I was at home with a sick fimOy when Tree was tele
graphed Jar by Mr. Myrtalt, ear.OHy Marshal, and kafw
a private asMr. It was with a good deal of persuasion
I was iadani te retain two of tbe peiieemen who had
goxte after Mm without my aathorHy. I bad sever beard
of anrewird beiag saatraed by the Marshal af Hickman
until Iiwent to NasMDe. I bad telegraphed to have a
man arrcMedVaad pMr&ed at Bsckmas that tbe Marshal
refused taarresajheeaase he was Bet paid for arresting
True. I saw the mTbssisI et Hlekaan IrfqaeaUy whge
beta, l he teflirsSiySwd Bot ask ree to pay Mm for the
arrest at Trae.
1 THOMAS B. CARROLL, AfdyCr.
HElif Hi Mar&TJllSoT.
Editors or Memphis Appeal: la Justice to th
polite, accammedating asd egscient eOtera ef this sate.
commodious aad pieasaat boatmen oar trip f rim JStw
Orleans, the failowlag action was bid, at a raeetlagef
the passengers, called for that purpose ; and believing
that job, as a coaduator of a public Joaiaal, with our
elves, stand ready to " award honor to whom honor is
dee," and for the benefit of tbe traveling eommaaity, we
most retpeeUatly seUcit the publication ot the following
Steamer Philadelphia. March 23. 1667.
At a meettagof the passmgers ou beard thesleamrr
rnucceiuua on aer trip from New Orleans te St. Louis
Col. B. M. Ktrby, of Measpfais. was calted to the chair,
aad R. W. T Daniel, Sea , ot Jackson, el MlssissloM
was appointed Secretary. The object of tbe meeting being
expiaroea sty iae rresKieat. tne ro;iowiBg WcamMe and
resotuiions were unanimously adopted :
we the undorsiancd, paseeagera oa toard this fine aad
maiataeesi steamer, on her first trio from New Orlnns
to St. Louis, actuated by x sense of Justice only, take
pleasure in aaymg that from the ample and sup-rior af
euraaaedatioBS, tbe great confidence in their safety, lietud
by ibe care, aauoa ana vigttaBce Of aer polite aad atten
tive omeert, nave adopted tae loUowtag reeolutiOBs :
Xetoived. That 'orep-el. satoty and comfort, we regard
tbe steamer Philadelphia as one among tbe first class
DMls oa iae western waters.
RetoHed, That we tender to Capt. C II Bell, Thad. I,
CoBoat and Warner Spencer Kaqs , derka ; Cole Stewart
aad James Human, Esqs , pilots: Wm. Wesson and Wm
Hughes, Knjs , Charles Bunrer aad Ira Neville, mate,
and II. Parker, chief steward, ad tbe other efflcers, our
bcartfeK thanks for their poritenesK and attention, and
for tne great caution ana vigilance ob-ervea by them do
Retotced, That we tender our thanks to I be gentlemen
composiag the very superior "band." for the entertain
lag a&d enlivening meetc, whkh changed a moaetooons
veyageoo one of pieaeantBeaa.
Ret ved That we swat c-rdiallv recommead the
steamer Philadelphia to tbe traveling community at
Rutolved, That tbe St. Louis. Memphis. Ticksbarg,
.Mlefiei, Baton xoee,ew oneaas aad all papers dls
posed to reward merit, be rtsraeited to puelisb the ten
BICH'D M. K.IBBT, Chalrmaa.
B. W. P Daniel, Secretary.
Mrs. J. W. Owmcs, St. L., Harry Hill Christmas,
Mrs. Cai. Owens,
Mrs. Judge Thomas,
H. H. Rlgbter, neieaa,
R.X. Gravea.N. U.,
F T. Re. Atk.,
Bird Williams, AMey,
John Sysae, St. lisuis,
E. M Dowas, Iewa,
Thwler Bragg, Beaton,
J E. X C. Hill,
L S Brotaertoa,
and fifty others.
Mrs. M. A. HamMtOB,
Mrs. relator, BeoavUe,
Miss Bos west,
Mra. Bragg, '
Mra. La Pierte,
S. P. Levejar, La ,
Bev. W. M Eala;e-, Mo.,
Wm. H. Ely. I bit.,
N. Gallon, Brewa.aarg,
J. E. Beaaeasaasii, Ky.,
G. Leaby, N. O..
Hardy Maefra, tea..
LM. Jacksan, laaaaaa.
j. w. l'rake,
B. S BastUns,
S. P. WiMiams,
J. D. Good,
Circular to the Members of the Stale Agricultural
Nashville, March 10, 1S67. i
The CoustltBtion of the State Agricultural Bureau re
quires Seml-AnsBal MeettBgs to be held on the second
Mondays of April aad October. In coraplia ace with this
proviso, a regular meeting ot the Bureaa win be held at
the Senate Chamber af the State Capftot, on Monday the
IZth of April pert, at 10 e'esook, a. at. Business ct the
first importance, reiatUg to the organization ef the Bu
reau and tbe Improvement of Fair Grounds, will come
bear the meeting. K. G. EASTMAN, Sec'y,
Dr-Tcck's Sabbath Reasinos. The Jack
son (Term.) JI'Aij haa the feSowipg notice ot tbe recent
work of oar respected townsmsu, which nnveys a de
served compliment to tbe woik prspared by him :
" We have to return our sincere thanks to the author cf
th atre work, lor a neat copy of the Interesting com
panton lately received from his hands We thank Mm
not meret tor the bojk, bt for the implied compliment
to our literary appreciation
" The accoaiptithf d author has been known to us for
some time as a gentleman of high professional reputation
and exemplary character, who has tie toted tbe leisure
hours which be could t eaten from his professional en
gagements toliterary parsaits ; and the work before us la
one of the rich fruits ef these ambrosial boors.
"The selections are drawn from the most esteemed
standard authors In .English literature, prose and poetry,
aad embrace none bat tbe purest sentiments, Invested in
tbe most graceful and refined literary costume. There Is
running through the whole work a rich vein of pious re
flection. The reading public Includes so great a number
who, like ourselves, ean only devote scrap of time to
mental culture, that all such persons who will peruse this
valuable work, will find in It abundant reason for grateful
acknowledgments to the author, fer the diligence taste
and judgment, which be has displayed as a caterer In set
ting bet jre them so rich a feast."
Departed this life, very suddenly, at bis residence.
near this etty, on the morning ef tae 29th Instant, our
bro her, John H. Guides, In bis fifty-second year.
Having been a resident of this vicinity for seventeen
years, we feel that the m emery of our deceased brother
needs no enlocv at our hands The imposing naceantrv
of bis 1 aoaral obsequies evinced to his sorrowing rela
tives the esteem In which he was held by Ms neighbors.
and the hearty sympathy felt for tbem la their unexpect
ed and untimely b -reavement. An honest and ajnst man
has been called from tbe theatre ef action ; a human and
benevol-nt one f rota the scene o' his charities ; a sincere
ard unaffected Christian from the sphere of hta useful
ness and enjoyment As neighbors Masons, friends,
we deplore our sos, while, as Christians, w ba.e tbe
pleasing assurance that turlots is bisetemsl gala.
Wlf . s. FOSTON,
HUME F. HILL,
W. B. SPftATTS,
Oemmlltee Senth Memphis Lodge No. US A. T. it.
In this city, on Taosdsy evenieg, March 31st, Mrs. A.
Ho wcott, aged forty-six years.
The friends and acqcalBtances ef the family are invited
to attend her funeral, THIS EVENING, at 4 o'clock,
from the South Memphis Methodist Church, Ilernando
Wednesday, AprH 1, 1657.
-The friends end aoqaalotEaees of Joseph Keller are in
vited to attend the fuBeral ef bis daughter, Geogiana,
from bis residence on Adams street, THIS M0BNING, at
Wedneidat, April 1, 185J, ,
Hamlet Miss A
Henry Miss Jano
Harry Mrs Elien
Hills Miss P
Jones Miss Mary F
Jones Mra S Y
Jamea Mrs Louisa
Cain Mrs EHrn P
Kin Mlts Mattie
Levy Mf s Jonas
Ltniday Mrs Sarah Jane
Long Miss Lucy
Lowe Miss Martha G
Mahony Miss F.BuIe
Maden Miss Mary
Martin Mra Lucy
Miller Mr. Frauoil M
Migrum Miss I. A
Miller MUs Kliialh
Nealen Miss Mary
Owen Mrs A D
O'Nell Mrs "Virginia
Persoa Mrs M L
Perkies Miss Margaret
Pope Mrs A. 0
Powell Mrs Sarah J
Quintan Miss Boady
Beed Miss Msry
Bichardi Mrs L 0
Rogers Miss Martha
Stedman Miss Llddte
sanders Mrs Mary E
Stewart Mrs Axgetind
Sullivan Miss E E
Smilb Mess 0 Y ".
Smith Mrs Nancy
Taylor Mrs S A
Taylor Mils Nancy
Foster Mill Bosalle
! Fox Miss Malinda
Gage Mrs Bebecca V
Galr Miss Susan C
Hamlel Miss Adllno
Harrison Miss Mary
Hogan Mrs L
2 Dicks Miss Matilda
2 Jonas Miss Adda J
Jones Mrs E A '
Knowka Miss Annie
linsday Mrs Ellrabeth '.
Loayoa MUs EHta
May MlsiM White
Maxwell Mra Bit by B
Miller Mrs Francis E
Miller Mrs Nancy M
Moo.min Mrs Jane 0
Nlchol Miss Mar?
Newsom Mra Rachel
Orn Mrs Nancy
Farrish Miss Kate R
Pickett Mrs Cornelia C
Bausenbergrr Miss YT
Bicharson Miss L B
Sanders Mrs Sosta M
Stepp Mrs Sarah
Sulftvan Miss Bridget S
2 Smith Mrs BL
TboihlU Mrs Jaacet
2 Truman MIsaArithnsa
Warner Mrs E F
Ward Mrs Sillis
Wade Miss Lizzie &. Bozal
Williams Miss Lizzie
"WlUen Mra Arabe.la
Whiteside Mrs Sarah
Wood Mrs Martha Ann
McChire Mrs Ellia J
McCarten Miss Bridget
Warner Mrs E F
Wa-dMiss Mary E
West Misa Hannah KL
Winn Miss Christiana
Wood Mrs Ann
McCallum Miss Kmellne
McGtwen MUs Mattie
2 McClein Miss E
Acktey Jas H
Aaderson A L 2
AlliooN Ebi S
AtklesoB J U
Armstrong J T
Alexander Wm H
Anderson C W
Anderson C H
Aytflelt C W
Axsom J.mes 2
Ataton John 2
Aaderson J L
Armstrong B L 2
Armstrong B A
Bla:k D P
Blackwi b G W
Bain L G 3
Brasheard B B
Benjamin H L 2
Brlrgs G N
Rnggs D T
Bogus J J
Bateler Dr W T
Brown Dr LM
Brown M C
BaeeansnJ E 2
Bumes A J
Bsraes K J
Orals TS Gala D
Caldwell John Craighead T
Chapman Bev J 1. Cbsapeil F M
uasaseeu ui J uaspor M
uargu t n
Bannon Wm F
BaKard J 4
Barry V D
Baeman F n
Brtsces A L
Bateler Wm A
Bradford J H
Barrett O B
Barrlay Wm H
Brown W M
Brown Haa MUton Brown Danl E
Brown DrS n
Bampass G D
Crawtoad J E
Carpenter J C
ObtamaB W B
CU'k 3 X
Crump W G
Davie J II
DavideoB &. Ray
ieabacy It W 2
Drake Jas W
i anion Robt
Oarr Wm W
Carr I. F
Cocke J II I
Crasty 6 W :
Davis E M
Deau U S
Detany Jas L
Brown James 2
Burton W n Jr
Barter W L 3
Cavenaugh W O
Clark Smith 0
Davis B A
Davis D B
Dougherty John 2
Dodsoa Mccarty C Dowera Randolph Dowliog Patrick
uojKJonau usugiassw II 3 Donly Tbos
Dalden W. Doren John Duvlavl Fel
DerneyThos Dtenport Capt J DouganJoLn
Dunn J B Donu Thus
Edwards Meek Edra&nston A J Eddlns W D
Edwards John Ktmorr Wm Eailea It. Wllklna
EJraondsAP Edmonds PG Kstou Augustus
Klweil John English D L Evltt L C
Kvaas 0 B
FraaconlH FagaaJornes Failing A 2
Faontheroy 3 K Farrell Joseph F.ustCC
Ferguson Wm Ferguson Wm F Freeman Wm
Fouutleroy S C Fellheiner Jos Free Jerome
Fletcher A H Felton n F Fisher s; F
Fightmsrter Wm rishei G W Field B
Fiach Jos B Felix E Fowlkea L P
Fowler H John Foster Wm Foatanes J
Folaaeknenry I'ord Dr M D Fox M H - 2
FoxJL F.x Nathan FoxWJI
Fox R P Fox Chas Fullerton Wm 2
Graham C J GabertlVui GrayDrGT
GrtyCughA Graves B F GracyN
Grace O . Gracnla John H" GsogbeganNO
GawWB Green A P Galssms Tanngues
GnenLF Gogg Ta 1 OilmoreJM
GettysSS Grayson John Otisliam John
Gill L B GrifflnThes Grist U II
GriggsTbosM GrWerLD Gilliam LS
GilUlindJRS Goodwin Richard Covin H M '
Goodwin Lerey D2 Goodwiu Jas Grofcrth J O
inwoit C Gtnber nenry F 3 Gay John N
Goodall J D
naffy J H
Hall. Hemp H Co
H.rt J E
HoMocers J S
Uilderbrand D H
Hicks J T
ll,ker T B
Holder D G
Howland W E
Hornsby W 3
Humphreys J C
Junes Jas F
Eoapp O S
Keller F M
Lane Dr J J"
Lane M or C
Haklns W H
.Haling 0 A
Herrey J U
Hill Col AT
Holland Dr B B
Howard J B
Hndwalt J B
Hester Titos G
Jean W F :
Jameron J B
Jones M W 5
Jones B W
Kayt F B
Erakman J B
Laughlln W 0
I.edgeard A Z
Lewis J W
Linton n N
Lewis niram A
Lowe, Mcltenolds Lawther J H
Mack J T
Marlott W J
Maxwell It Co
Mehsfley A J
Miller fc. Co AP
Mnllhaeyt n . .
Hansen M A
nams J T
Hoi kins H
Harrison Allen J
nemphUl B C
nibbltt J D
Hoy George 2
Horton Bev H O
nail S S
Jones B C
Jones B F
Johnson W C
Krmro J J
Kegt k Tatman
KobUlun J O
Latimer J P
Lockett Wm A
Manly G B
Uarsh W S
asarioii jamea S Marlott
Voury A L Mather S Talmage
Mason Charles Mason J L 2
Merrlne Frank Mreta G F
Miller 4. Co 0 0- Miller A
Miller M B Miller T
iMasterH Mills Bebt
Mlns A W Myers Jackson ;
Shaw Dr Wm S
Stratton T 3
Sandy Dr B
Shrard. n Wm
Scurr W B
Stewart 3 G
Smith B D :
Smith Wm D
Scott J M
Somerset A H
Tatum B F
Taylor S F '
TJlIrran C Angutt 2
Ssndert J B
Sale T S
Sccruggs V H 3
Sullivan J M.
Stemart S M
Stewart J A 3
Smlthwith F A
Stsgleton O B
Smith D F
Smith II a
Smith M A
Stroud W J
Stone W D
Travis R N TaylorN 0
Taliaferro DrOB Taschall Sam
Sprayne E A
Sargent M N
Sanders Dr T
Sharp J A,
Sullivan J A
Stewart S W
Senter W 0
Simmons B B
Smith James S
Smith J J
Saint M A
DR. JOH.NSOA'8 IIVFIRM ARY,
FOB DISEASES Or TTIE
EYE AND EAR,
SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TEUMPET3.
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c.t
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET.
Two Deers East of CeMiaercial Hotel,
may27daw MEMPHIS, TENIf.
CHANCERY SALE OF A
TAL.UABL.E BRICK RESIDEXCE.
PDBSIJANT to a Decree of tbe Chancery Court of Mem
phis, rendered In the case of Wm. A. Blckfoid t.
Walter Coleman and others, I will, on
Thursday, April 23d, 1857,
In front ot my efflce. In the city of Memphis, proceed to
sell to the highest bidder, a
Valuable Lot and Eesidence,
In the city of Memphis, situate cn the Sou'heaat corner
of Washington aul Third streets, fronting on Third street
thlrtv fiet. and mnnlntr back and fronting oa Washing
ton street one Hundred ana lorty-eisn. """- Mir w ivrnv rgrpirii vciw .--rrT.
The Improvements consist cf a Urge three-story Brick JtilllT ESTABJLISHMENT !
Beamence, recently erected, an exceiieui. ome, anu I.1b K MJTw a m aT JT
other Improvements, all in good order and condition. 9W ill SLffo jnLW&SUH
Termt of Safe-Three thousand d f (SUCCESS0B TO MBS. 3. H. FEPLOW )
Mill, UdlMlC 1U iHU niU lUWliui( I
month from cUt of aavle. with interest from cUte. par-1 IVO 18G Ufain StreetOld Stnnl
a s lit, .....ear) Cabs-II r? t V . 11lsTnrW I 3
tirbar John c. lanier. Opposite Worsliam House.
mar25-dawtd Clerk ana a.aster. i ryinia extensive establishment has Jen purchased by
rr. 77 I X byWM.J HAS3ALL.0f New Tork. aad haa tmder.
UIIAIVCERX SAJLiti W gone extensive repairs and enlaraemcata. for the nnr..
Xear McinplliS. I And lso to Introduce lrrto the eslablishmett a
POBSrjANTtoaceereaof the Chancery Court at Mem- DreSS-MakinCT DPIlftrtmpnt
Phis rendered November Tom lS58,ln the caM ot f ... illa,UJ!,a WCi'arilUtai,
ii p viii .n.t n a udminlstratora of W. W. I To superintend which Mr. nasiaii hit mniii,.u,.
Miller, dee'd, r. The Heirs and Crodltors of said Miller, I Weea of Madame de Bond, from the celebrated Dres.-
i win on . ." '"""'""" jiaoaxoe uemerast, jtew xoik.
.rl) sv tSSr 'uestorxotMUitnery Goods which Is now Mag opened
IllUrstlaj, April MS, iSOT, comprises one of the finest, largest and most complete
front of my office In the city of Memphis, proceed, i thst has ever been brought to this dty, embracing every
I to the highest bidder, " fashionable, new and beautiful style ot
A Valuable Lot or Tract of Land, Bonnets, rlowers, Ilead-Drcsscs, Mantillas,
Containing about 35 acres, lying on the new Raleigh I illUUONS, EMBROIDERIES,
road, aca- the city of Memphis being a part of the lot of And everything appertaining to the Mllllnerv Dress
land on which Ward W. Miller formerly resided. Making and Fancvi:. u.i... Dree-
ALSO At the same time and place, I will sell to the tenth n of the ladlea lj Invited to the TatoriV v.r.Vh
highest bidder, a reversionary Interest ta one acre of B,mets and Black Lace MantiHaY 71 ft sMbeniht Z
land adJolring the above, lelnc the portion of said tract the cbolceit aeleetier. fcVT.' .V .1.. ??XBl e
of land allotted to the widow of said W. W. Miller. The aer customers nd ladhs generally are toHc.ied' t.,
,1a.. i.i. i..j . nsirhlvirhn, I .ml.. ,k- are toncuea to ex-
Tucker Wm P
Thomas G W
Thompson M J
Warden H 0
Wells Lea rider
Weld t J no
Windier n n
Wilson J S
Winston B I.
Willis D G
White Jo 6
Van Dirwlt C A
Vance N D
W.ada W 3
Walton W S
Wal-h J K.
Watklns A L
Ward J D
Wesson Dr A
Wheeler do 0 M
Wheehr D T
Webster J H
WUkerson F O :
Winn W B
Wild Wm A
White II L
Zell ri B FZ
McCall W W McCants W McCawley S P
Mc.Naruore Wm McCain J A McMahan Tbos
McMaban P B McGraw J no McLee Wm
McFarland J McAteeBJ McGeeTH
McClean n McClean TV L McEInsey Wm
McGInntsDan McBride G ir" McBrlde
Mclnto.h M U McCay D S McDjnaM A P
McGaugh Jo McCallongh Wm M 2 McCr ry B
W. H. CARROLL, P.M.
Memphis, April 1, 1857.
Wade El II
Wairea Chai A
Wheeler Wm H
Wilson M H
Wlnanta E J
Withers A 3
Williams R D
Toalam WO 2
For the Complexion.
OF all the cempourds we have yet seen prepared as a
cosmetic for the skin, there Is none that haa a higher
reputation, or ane that Is so popular with the ladies as
the far-famed, "KALLISTON, or ORIENT WATER. "
It is scientifically prepared, and Js a perfume as well at
toilet wash. It will, with a few appliances, remove
tan, freckles, sunburn, and all cataneous eruptions. It
Is extensively used for thee purposes, and ladles who ap
ply it can exercise in the open air as sriely as the; please,
and experience nc inconvenience from rough or Irritat. d
skin. Joseph Burnett & Co. are the proprietors. Bol
For sale by S. MANSFIELD it CO., and dealers genec
ally. Pilee 60c , and $1 per bottle. apl-lw
AN extra likely NEGBO GIRL, alxtrea years old, of
good qualities. Prefer selling her la or near the city. No
one need apply who cannot give bar a comfortable and
permanent borne. Apply to -
217 Main street.
Restorative for the Hair.
THE age In which we live Is truly one ot research and
discovery, and to Professor Wood the present and suc
ceeding generations are Indebted for one of the most
valuable remedies produced fer the restoration of the
hair. Many persons while young In years begin to lose
their hair, and seme turn gray, but by tbe use ot this
truly wonderful preparation. Us tendency to fall on Is
arrested, or restored to Its original color, and it Is ren
dered soft and glossy In appearance. Remember, this Is
not a dye. We hear It highly spoken of. Qulncy (HI )
Patriot, Nov. 3, 1853.
To be had ot O. J. Wood & Co., 114 Market street. St.
Louis, aad of druggists generally. mart dawSw
For Spring and Summor of 1857,
ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Catsimere HATS, re
store mentioned lots are located la a good neighborhood
and Ilo Just without thecornoratellmlts,
tebms or SALE. One Lair of purcnase money in
months, balance In 12 months. Purchasers to execute
bonds with approved security with a lien retained on the
premises. A plan of the Lots can be seen at my office by
taose who may wish to examine.
JOHN C. LANIEB,
mar22-dawtds Clerk and Master.
amine tne new stock, now bHr.fr n,n.i .kui, .
IeJi.,?r '"P?1011 on THUBSDAT, the 19th Inst.
.TT. ""irj -ammers supplied at New Tork
CHAXCERY SAJLE OF
Valuable Real Estate
EAST OP MEMPHIS.
T)UBSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at Mem-
JL phis, rendered J.ovetabr Term, 1556, la tte cise of
A M. Ferguson, executor of Tnemas walsu, aeceaseu, r.
Alice wanu ana others, 1 will on
Thursday, April 23, 1857,
In front of my office in the city of Memphis proceed to
sell to the highest bidder, a certain tract or parcel ef land
lying east and near the dty of Memphis, being a part cf
and lot of No. S3, on tbe plan of an hundred acre tract of
land, laid rr and subdivided by John Wherry tor J. S.
Claybrook, and situated between the plank road and new
State line road being tbe northern part ot a six acre
tract, upon which Dr. Q. B. Guthrie formerly teslded.
Terms tor Sale. The above described land will be
sold on a credit of seven months ; purchaser to execute
bond with approved security, with a Hen retained on the
premises. Jiedempiion oarrea
JOHN C. LANIER,
marll-diwti's Clerk anl Master,
Chancery Sale of Real Estate in
TiURStTANT to a Decree of the Chance rv Coart at Mem
J phis rendered in the case ot Ferguson & NeUl and
others, rs. Thomas c. Bass and others, I will, on
Thursday, April 23d, 1857,
In front ot my office. In the city of Memphis, proceed to
seu to tne nigcest Dtoaer,
A Valuable. Lot of Ground in Col-
herville, Tenn ,
Bounded and described as follows r Beginning In tbe State 1
Line Road, 30 feet West of 3. T.,Burord's Lot, running
inence wesiwaraiy ooieet, inence southwardly to P.,
Adams' line, thence Eastwardly to B M nawley's line,
thence Northward to the beginning being the Lot or
parcel of Land on which the Union House, In Colllervllle
as formerly situated together with all the Improve- I
n ears tnereon,
Termt The above mentioned Lot and Improvements
will be sold on a credit ot seven months, purchaser to ex-
etate bond with approved security, with a Hen retained
on the premises - Redemption barred.
marI9-dawt JOHNC. LANIEB, C. &M.
Spaiainff Or Rogers'
C. J E0GEE3.
Valwalrtc Tract of IrantA.
TtrjRSTJANT to a decree of the Cbascerr Court at Mem-
X phis, rendered November term, 1S5, In the ease ot
James t. Liamvi. josepn k. Ferguson ana jucharaM
Kirby, I will, on
Thursday, April 23, 1S57,
In front ot my office in the city of Memphis, proceed to
seu to tne nignest Didder,
A Valuablo Tract of land,
Containing about 301 acres, lying In Shelby county. Ten-
nesseee one parcel or division ot which Is bounded as
Beginning at a hickory marked W. P.. running thence
wi:n rruacn's, formerly Farley'a southern boundary.
south Si degrees, west 102 poles and 19 links, to a stake
near a black gum; thence with his line north 6 degrees
west 13 poles to a stak near a sweet gum on the stage
road (now plank road) from Balelgb to Somerville; thence
along aaid road south. St degn es west 69 poles to a stake
on tne west tm; of a branch ; then south 6 degrees east
JJ poles toiwYE7 tctnee south 34 degrees westwt poles.
to a etakefffbetlte south, G degrees east. 143 poles, to a
stake in Jamers n's northern boundary line; thence with
same line nonn t decree east, 43 poles, to a white otk.
his corner: thence with his line south, 6 degrees east
31 poles to a stake, hit corner, near a red bad noiater at
the old camp ground ; thence with his line north, 84 de
grees east, crossing Hurricane Creek, la all 63 poles to a
state, bla corner, thence with his line siuth, 6 degrees
eat, C2 po es, to a stake, near two hickory and gum point
t : thence nottb. Hi decrees east. 126 poles to a stake la
W.erl'a we.lem hAllnil.n at ttii. nnrth mrf a! T-.rk'.
line; thencewith Ward's line, crosjlm the creek, 2J6 TT-PrT bhds. Sugars, for sale bv
..... . . ..." . I Is raavtT TT k ? rfl
WILL BE EXHIBITED AT MEMPHIS,
On board thn THnntiTicr Doinr,n
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, AprifG and 7, 1857.
S3" Performance; to commsace at 2
aao 7 o'clock, r. l.
S3" Doors open half aa hour pre
vious. THIS Company iaclades selections
from their North American Circus,
from the Eastern ."tales; their Rail
road Circus, so celebrated the past sea
son in the Middle States, aad their ori
ginal Floating Palace Circus, and haa
Just closed the mot successful season
ever known In the Circus business, at
their new Amphitheatre In the city of
Tbe eutlre Company will appear. In-
wuuk uic JUHOW1U2;
nENRT MAG1LTON. Hnrdte Racer
Xfe Gymnast and Man-Monkey.
"J OMAB BICUARDSOV. Prlnrln,!
rerapmi, iini iime in tne sosta
GEORGE DUNBAR, Gymnast and
aaacrr ana ivymnasi.
HERCULES LI BUT, the man of iron
nerve, who breaks solid rocks with his
CHAS. CROSBT, Dramatic Eques-
uu auu uymnasi.
a. CHARLES WATERS, Indian Bider,
?:L taner and Rrmnut
5 NATHAN BODGEBS, Gymnast and
! Krjuestrlaa of all work
J? GHABLES DAVIS, Acrcbat and
- Mr. C. J. Bogers Duatls. viz. r
Msster FRANK BAHP.T, -be great
est zureaa.K niuer la America, and
ion cona or grace ana sromise.
Little KATE ORMOSD, only eight
yeara of age.
Madame ORMOND. Madame LAKE
vid Mtdame DAVENPORT, the beaa-
F. ROBINSON J. PEREIKS. C
BROWN. L WOODS and WM. HAM
ILTON, Vanlters, Tumblers, Ice
BILL LAKE, of New Orleans.
JOnN DAVENPORT, ef Georgia.
GEORGE NICE, of MaryUnd.
H. GINTT. of Paans' lvaaia.
The trick Poales. PEGAS3US and
TARTAR, and the finest Baribaek and
Pad HORSFS in the world, all led
by OTTO KTLi'S celebrated BRASS
S3"Dresa Circle, all Arm Chairs,
no half price .50c
S3"Famliy Circle, Cushioned
seats, (Children under 10 years
of age half price)..... ...50c
S3 Colored Gallery ,25c
Irr mediately atter each Petfermance
la the FLOATIN3 PALACE, a
Grand Vocal and Instrumental
By HERD'S BAND OF MINSTRELS. wHl be givrjh is the
uldotio Salocn, oa board tbe steamer James Kayntesd.
5j Admission 23c
STOYALL & MITCHELL,
293 MJIK STREET, MEMPHIS,
Have Just received and opened the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
3E" I 3KT 33
Spring and Summer
rpHET have ever offered for sale In Memphis ; and the
-a. larcesi arocx or ma mckst ind rstst umir
SniRTS ever brought to any Southern tlty, comprising
every variety of
Cotton, Linen and MarseTs,
twsoms. in white or colored.
With no cotlara. standing or Byron collars.
And with plain or French cuffs.
Also, a Comnletj atuvrm,nl .e Qiit- rr . . . r..
L.sle Thread and Cause Cotton UndTsh rts;
Silk. Garue Martao. IJi ThrrtA n.n.. rM.n r
and Drill Drawera ;
ana, ai-arme. Tbread ami Ctittnn TTaie tt... .
Silk. Thread. Cottnn rt,M nut,vu , . vi.,.
Gloves ; ' ' ' '
Handke chiefs. Cravat . tt-v. ti.. o..-.t. o.
peodr Bads, Straps, Jet, Sx. ' " '
isa, cte uooit aaa saoea ;
Fiee Sole Leather aad Ceaamen Trunk s;
Values. Carpet Bags, Umbrellas ;
And evarr variety of the latest .tT. a. tv -!...
mere, Leghorn. Paaama aad Soft Rata '
Our stock of Bsis' aad Children's Clothing win be
found tl largest and mest ee-anletr in tt. eu. rmi
..irc.j, .au m, li irotn tnrte years omi and up.
which we invite the special a.tentton of ear frleads
aad tbe public in general, assuring them that no efiert
shall bo spared to please aad give them perfect satisfac
tion. STOVALL i. MlTCnKi.r.
raar2-5w tii Mala street.
TO THE LADIES AND GEXTLEMEX OF
3VX 33 lVT 3 231 X JS .
2Srt JAMES MILLSON, formerly of Cincin- r
ran, urio. woohi respectmny announce ioTo
Leavsa THURSDAT, 3th, after arrival ot the Cars.
Regular Memphis and New Or
leans U. s. Mail Pacltet,
ConnreHnj at Xno Orleant with the Sttamthip ftr
Gatvetton on Sunday.
Ih'GOMAR....... u MeDoKOCOK. Mast-ac.
Chas. Shnltx and Tat. Winchester, Clerks.
ik THIS Penlld passenger aad freb ht
ttpauci steamer, leaves as above umio.
tuaUy at the hour.
Plan of Cabin aad Booms aera nnA m
cured with Agents.
Pl-2t iqYALLETTE h. MORRIS. AgeaU.
Leaves MO N DAT MORNING, April g b, at lOo'ekek.
East Lino for Iiouisville.
REGULAR MEMPHIS AND L0C1SVILUS LlNh.
tOTT PRESSURE STEAMER
NORTHERNER J. Y. Smith. MaitT.
U THIS flset and light draught sieazovr,
l offeriag superior iaducemsuts to passen
gers and shippers, wlH leave as at. re
for Cairo and Louisville.
Consignees w II receive their freight on the Lever-
when notified otherwise it will be stored at their expeatc.
For freight or passage, having superlsr aceostmodi.
tions. apply on board or to
mar3I-td LAVALLETTK fc M0EBI3, Agents.
the Citizens ef 2femnhl that hflliii bwrmI1
a BLEACHING and PREsarvn riUMiiknnt n iinum
street, near DeSoto, where Bonnets, Fiats. Gipsey and
Cents' nats win be done ts the best style for tbo-e who
favor him with their patronage Also, Bonnets dyed and
pressed for stores, at low prices.
i-ieaie mve nun a call, oa Union street, near DeSoto.
Xoticeto Owners & Agents of Xegroes
TRA.TELIXC ST THE
Memphis and Charleston Eailroad.
ON and after MARCH 29th. Negroes traveling alone
on the Cars of this Company must have a Permit,
tpecifyia- they ar to trivel iy Railroad
Their owner or his ageat must be present to procure
the ticker, and to place the Negro aboard the ears; r
soraep-rson. known to tbe Station Ageat or Conductor,
must vouch for the genuineness of the Permit.
mar26-dlm B ATBES Soot, of Transportation
18GG. i i r r i i IGCVr
MIOSES McL.EEI.CY & SUPERIOR.
James P. Smith, Master.
BEGTJXAE TT. S. KAIL PACKET IJH2.
ON the reecmptloa of sjaajii u u
navigation line ot first nfa-tygSft
dass packets wl!! c T-AEf
meace their regular trlpta,w"
be ween Memphis, Cai' - and Louisville, connecting t
Memphis wl'a the New Orleana packet line, at Cairo
with tbe Illinois Central Railroad, sxd at LoulsvlSo with
tbe Jnl-ifllle and Claciazat! packet Haa.
These Bts are 4ted up aad i aralshed In elegant style,
with every regard for tbe comfort aad convenience ot
passer-. r, are officered by careful aad experienced men,
who, by st i A attention to basiaess, hope to merit &e
confidence .ndpatrosageot the pabllc.
L.VVALLET7X & M0RRI3. Agents. MtxaphU.
oc21 BENEDICT A. SON, Ageats, LoulsvrHe.
23" Eaale aad Enquirer cpy.
FOUR HUNDRED bbls. Flour, for rale fcy
mi.17 HANCOCK, CLARK Jr. CO.
rpWO HUNDRED aND FIFTT bags Coffee, for sale by
A man j ii ax.L,ut;a., vlaus. . uu.
poles to tbe beginning containing 300 hundred acres more
or less, being the same tract of land conveyed by Adam
B. Alexander to Thoma Ancerson, deceased, and by his
heirs to complainant Leath.
The other division or parcel ot said tract contains about
four acres, and adjoins the above mentioned tract, being
parcel cf land conn yea by George Farley to Thomas An
Terms or Sale. Tbe above mentlsned Ian Is will be
sold on a credit of seven months, purchaser to execute
bond with approved security, with a 11 n on tbe premises
S3" Sale at 11 o'clock, a St.
V JOnN C. LANIEB,
marI2-dawtds Clerk and Master.
HANCOCK, CLABK tc CO.
FIFTT barrels Powdered and Crushed Sugars, for sale
by marl7 HANCOCK, CLABK it CO.
FIFTT barrels No. I Molasses, for sale by
marl7 HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
THREE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard, for sale bj
marl7 HANCOCK, OLARK Jr. CO.
TEN casks Plain Hams, received and for s.le by
mar 19 HANCOCK, CLARK 2c CO.
I?UYE casks ShouWvrs, far sale by
msTl9 HANCOCK. CLARK A. CO.
Corns and Bunions.
TWBNTT-FIVE kegs Golden Syrup, for sale by
marl7 HANCOCK, CLARK 2c CO.
TT m TT ri I a T m n w
celvedatWH3AT0N'S,75 Front Bow. where those In I t, . ' "
.. e . M.b.e.n.t.1. TT1T w.H -e, r,ll .QURGEOjr PADI?T l? 8 tOllUt Of Engll Bd,
want of a superb and fashionable HAT will please call.
Const&nt'y on hand and receiving the largest and finest
stock cf SOFT HATS U the city at
feb24 wnBATON'S, 75 Front Bow.
IJIDES! HUJS$! HIDES!
100,000 Hides "Wanted !
FOB which we will pay tho highest market price In
WeaUobuy BACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAB SKINS. In fact, any Skins used by TAN-
NEBS or FUBBIERS, we want at the HIGHEST CASH
PRICE. GEO. PHILLEB & CO.,
73 Front Bow.
TFiu. A. Ratchelor's Hair-Dye.
GRAT, BED or RCSTT HAIR dyed InstanUy to a
beautiful aad Natural BBOWN or BLACK, without the
least Injury lo hair or skin.
Fifteen Sledalt end Diplomat have been awarded to
WM. A. Batchelor since 1839, and over 60,000 appli
cations have been made to tbe balr of his patrons of his
f anion i Dye. PrcJ ulice agalns t dying the hair and whis
kers Is unjust, as it would be against covering a bald
head with a wl;. .
Wm. A. Batciielob's Haib-Dye produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and la trorrenfed
not to Injure In the least, however long It may ta continued.
Made, sold or applied", (in nine private rooms.) at the
Wig Factory, 2t3 Broadway, New Tork.
Sold In all cities and towns of the United States, by
Drnctisls and Fancy Goods Dealers.
CJ-The Genuine has the name and address upon a
steel-plate engraving on four sides of each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR,
233 Broadway, New York.
S3- For sale by B. MANSFIELD & CO., and Druggists
jLADlEi' FURIVISHIiVG DEPOT,
BY MADAME H.,
No. 139 Main Street, Memphis,
(Osrr Drt. Shanlt and ThrtU't OJice ) .
Corsets and Shoulder Braces,
MADE AND SOLD,
vv nolosnlo and n.o"tjrtil.
DRESSSS made in the neatest and most fashionable
Embroidery Stamping neatly done. Also,
Stamps Made for Embroidery.
Particular attention given to the manufacture of
Shoulder Braces and Improved Cersets-
Theart of Cutting and Makln? rr.c. t.nofct .nri
Charts far Cutting furnl-hed. To all of which the at
tention ot the ladies Is Invited
Booms open from 8 to 12 a. sr., and from 2 to 6 p. M.
S3" Mr. n., manufacturer and reoalrer nf sewinr
JJ?ln. . mar23-ly
jyjE w stock:
THE subscriber would respectfully- an.
nounee to the ladles of Memphis aad sur
rounding country, that he Is now opening a
complete fresh stock of PARIS MILLINEBT
FANCT DBT GOODS, LACES, EMBROI&1
KR1ES ard a general assortment nf T.anira
FANCY GOODS, which he Is prepared ta sell at the
very lowest prices, for cash.
All kinds of MILLINEBT made to order a't'the shortest
notice. WM. SILBERBEnra
No. 200 Main street, third door above Xehman'a tw
uiwji iaeuse, mar20
ONEHIUNDRED Uxrs and halt boxes Soda Crackers,
tor sale by HANCOCK, CLARK 2c CO.
BOOTS, SHOES. BROGAXS. ttC.
DO you want to buy Shoee ef any kind
Ladles', Mens', or Children, Gentle
mens'. Boys and Youths' fine or common
BOOTS, SHOES, or BROOAN37 Goto
301 Main Street, Memphis,
Next door to W. H. nunt'a Qneessware Store, where
there is now opening a lirze and entirely new stock, and
where a", who wish can be accommodated at either whole
sale or retail, at low prices, for cash.
marlO-n wallauk a y am rt.i.Y3.
In Store and for Sale L.ov,
Ofis BUSHELS SWKET POTATOES. (TAMS.)
OUU mar25-dtwawlw JONES. BROWN 4c CO.
O France and Portncal, from Regent Street. Lend in.
and Castle Lawn Douglass, Isle of Man, b- rs respect I nl
ly to make known, that, having recently arrived in N w
uneans en a protessloaal tour if tko United States o
America, he is at present on a visit of a few days only U
ttsau-ms, uuring wuicn time no may be consulted bj
tnose amicten wnn tOKiva, uth nard and soft. BUN
IONS a.nd troub'esorae TOE NAIL3, all cf whkh. how
ever long standing and had. bcauarantiea In a few uln
nlcs to remove and effectually and peimsnently cuiv,
without the.sllghtest pain or Inconvenience, either durLvg
mnrrtmovsiorrrierwaras, amicpoa terms sostrlrt).
reasonable as ta place his seivkes within the reach ot af
who r eniire them.
S3" Office, Rows No. 3, first door ta the Tight at th
top of Laaies' entrance, uemmerclal Hotel, Memphis
Office hours from 10 a.m. till half past 1 r. m.. and
from half past 2 till G o'clock, p. at., dally, during hi.
very ilia ilea stay.
From F. G. Koche, Esq., Banker, Memphis.
Dr. D 'Alton has extracted several corns from mr feet
to-day. I am much pleased as well as benefited by the jjaln strvet, Fergus cn it. Nelll's late stand. I have al'o
operation. F. G. ROCHE. I connected with my Millinery business an extensive Dress
Memphis, March 27, 1857. I Making establishment, where all the latest styles of ma-
From W. J. A1bo, Forwarding Merchant, Memphis. king and trimming will be received direct from Europe,
Tl. TV lllmi hu ..I..H.I . , , I U'J .UiUUC. UMiMIU
and has given me g eat satisfaction by his very skillful
ana prompt manner of operating. I would recommend
htm to all peraoas afflicted with corrs.
W. J. ALGB0.
Memphis, March 27. 1857.
From K M. Yerger, Esq., Counselor and Attorney
For fifteen years I hare been suffering Intense pain
from two very severe corns. This morntnc they have
been extracted by Dr. D'Alton In a very skinful painless I Instant, consisting In part ot
am rapia'manner, ana 1 now feel a degree of ease and
ROSE P. THOMPSON,
T WOULD announce to the ladles of Memphis and sur-
JL ronnding country thit I have removed to No. 277
NEW MILLINERY GOODS,
At jno. 8 Court street,
BETWEEN MAIN STREET AND FRONT BOW.
Mrs. n. CARTER
HASJust returned with her stock of Spring and Sum
mer Millinery, aad will open on FRIDAY, the 27th
MEMFillS IXSURAXCE COMPANY,
Sam. Mosby, Pres't; Ben May, Sec'y.
orrics ox JErrEiuox itsjiet.
A O. Harris, Sam. Mosby,
Q. O. ATKlXSOIf, T. W. WltKIXJOX,
J. O. Ghees law, t. H. Arm
J. J. BAWLIXSS.
AHEAD OF THE W0ELD T
THE CRY IS STILL THEY COME.
PARK afc PEPjLOW,
2X8 XVXdxL Stroot,
ARE making th, finest PICTURES In the world. AH
we ask Is far you all to call and examine them fer your
selves1 PHOTOGRAPHS, LIFE-SIZED,
msde only at the Star Gallery. Jan-datw
EAST AND NORTH.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
JK I JL R O &
T1AILKUAD connections direct from MEMPHIS to
At lork Fhllade.pbia, Baltimore, Washington
liij, Jiicnmooa, i narieston. ana aarannah.
THRU UGH TICKETS sold to tae foUowlcg points
Nashville, Chtttanooga, Aagusta. Charleston. WilmlBe
ten, Atlanta. Montgomery. Cotamlas. Ga . Maeoa and
XIIHOUGII TO XASHVir.I.E IS 23 UOORS,
Through Ticket Omee at the Oimmereial Hob 1. Mem-
pun, aeuu., r. ji. Agent.
ileitis always gooa.
Fare as low as y any other first-class rente.
For Passengers, a new route is now ooenid to EAST.
ERN and ATLANTIC C1T1EJ, unanrpasse'a In cora or t
ana saiety airect arm expeditious, with connect ions sute
Passing though slave territory, perfect sacuritv la tsfered
tor tne conveyance or aerrants.
F-r FREIGHT from New Tork, and other Eastern cities,
by a earners to Charleston or Savannah, and railway di
rect to Memphis. The attention of Southern and Western
atercnaata is cauea lo tois route, being aa cheap, and
more expeditious, than any other
Tncpuga rates aaa connections established.
The ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY IS new in mnnee.
tbm with this line.
The THBOHGHMAIL TRAIN leaves Mernohla DAILY.
at 7 o'clock A. M , (S:15 Memphia time.) connecting with
Eastward aad Westward trains cn the Nashville and
Chattanooga Railroad, at Stevenson, same day
Also connects at Grand Junction with the Mississippi
Central Railroad to Haily Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Can
ton. Jackson, He., bjz.
Also connects at Grand Junction Station with Tannes
aee Central Railroad to Bolivar, and Jackson.
Also connects at Pocahentaa with Tri-Weekly Line of
Ceachea to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus.
Tbe ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Memphis
DAILY (except Sundays) at 2.46 p. M.. (30 Memphia
isie.) for Junction with tbe Miesissippi Central and Ten
nessee Central RaLroads. SoSMrviUe aad tetermediate
Baggage checked to all stations on the Bail road, aad
no Baggage wdl be received without being checked.
Eacb passenger will be allowed seventy-live pounds of
fcs rtage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage; but no
article wiU be carried aa baggage that is not incident to
the person of the passenger. In case of fcxts the Com
pany will hold themselves responsible for an amount not
exceeding $1W. ,
Passengers are requested te purchase Tickets before en
tering the cars, and save payment ot ex'ra fare.
Negroes, when traveling a,une, mast have a perm It, na
ming the point to whkh they are to ge. and specifying
that they are to travel by railroad, or tbey will cot be
carried. No ticket wilt be sold them, ser will they be re
ceived on the cat s, unless their owner or agent be present
or known to the lleket Agent and Condactor, or other
person te roach far genuineness ot permit
F. C. ABMS.
General Superintendent, HuntsvtUe. Ala.
epSl B. AYBES,
SuperlnteBdeat of TraBsportation. Memphis, Tenn
Memphis, Vhitc River and ftapoleoa
TJ. S. MAIL PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia & Concordia,
STEAMER KATE TP.ISSEE,
JOHN T SHIRLEY, Muter.. ..WM. T. WOOD, Clerk.
w THIS new, splendid and faat eteamer,
having been purchased for the Facint
Trade la place of the James LaaghH&,wIH
continue resular'y in the ttade. leaviosr
Memphia every MONDAY aad FRaDAY at 2 o'clock p.
M., punctually, connecting at Napoleon with White aul
Arkanaas river boats, taking freight and passengers to
White river at regulat rates. Returning, leaves Napo.
lon every TUESDAY and SATURDAY, arriving at Mem
phis Sunday ana Wednesday evenings.
Tba&xf ' for former patronage, the owners hope to
merit a con ilnuance of the i ame to their new boat, pr
misiug strict attention te business.
LAVALLETTX Jr. MOBBIS, Agente.
NOTICE TO Smr?E3s. The"Frlsee" will receive
freight unta one o'clock en Mondays, sad during the en
tire day Thursdays, and until oae o'clock Fridays.
I WILL sett, on easy terms, that Lot situated at the
northeast ceraer st Bit lott and Avery streets, fronting
131 feet on Elliott aneet. sad 13G feet oa Avery street,
and la boaaded oa tbe east by Bledsoe Ule, , which Is 30
fret wide. This is eae of the most desirable Resident
Lota la South Memphis, beiag conveniently located to
batiBes aad la a good aelchberhood. I wtK sea the
wheie or divide It, aa may be desired.
Apply to J C. DAY13,
mar27-tt At Baak of Memphis.
FOB the renewing articles on storage oa DUVAL. AL
GEO&CO.'S WHABFBOAT, Memphia, Tenntssn,
March 2. 1857:
T. Slegr, Memphis, I box and 1 cheat ;
I chest without any mark ;
Levi Jey, Builvar, Tenn., 1 box ;
C. T. Bradford, Friar's Point. 1 bardie SaJdsery I
20 sacks cotten seed sad peas, wiihebt any mat ;
R. O. Hemphill, Memphis, let hjwsehefd feasta, ha. -es,
M. G., care Duval, Algeo i. Co., Memphis, 5 boxes;
L, St. Louis, 2 boxes ;
T. B. Thrall, Mempnls, I box ;
Edward Fleod, Memphis, 1 bureau ;
M A. Deaa, Auburn, Tenn., 1 Crate;
J. P. Knight. Memphis, CO boxes Tobacco;
Jno. M. Williamson, Men phis, 3 barrels.
It not called for at end of the monib. wt'l be dimasol
ot to pay charges.
raari-dJOt DUVAL, ALGEO 2c CO.
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE.
COSSXTT, HILL & TALMADGE,
KAVEBECZITED A LAXOE STOCK Or
STAPLE ASD FAXCY DRY GOODS
ADAPTED to both dty and country trade, consisting la.
part or the following viz :
Plain, Twin e aad Striped Osnabargs ;
Brown and Bleached Sheetlags and Shirtings ;
Brown and Bl ached Drill and Jeana ;
Blay, Bioase aad Teilew Linens, H and 4-4 f
CsUoaades, Denims, Camlets aad Nankeens;
Cotton Velvets, Mosquito Nettings, Cambrics ;
Prints, Irish Linens, Jaconets;
Plata, Checked and Spot Swiss MasHea ;
Lawns, Organdies, Plain and Fancy Berates;
Silk Tissues, Stc , Ac. We hsva also received a full
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps and
Also a large assortment of
and Is addition to the above, would invito attention tooor
whteh Is very large and wHl suited to this section of
country. Our facilities for buying and setting goods low,
are net surpassed by house In the trade In aay market,
and we invite tbe attention of Merchants reaeraBv ta
ear stock, and ask them to examine go ds aad prices,
hetteviag it will be fer their interest to make their pur
chases of us. raar3 dlmls
Dry Goods at IFltolesale.
TUST received, direct from New Tork, on consignment,
J of upwards of 30.000 worth ot seasonable Stasia
Dry Goods. The goods being on consignment, I can at.
ford and will sell better bargains than ever was offered ta
this dty. Merchants and planters, who wieh to buy by
the piece will find to taeir Interest to examine nr stock
before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE,
nova Auctioneer and Beal Estate Broker.
InAVE sM out my Stable on the corner cf Union and
Seciod streets, retifnei all my accounts, aad made
aa arrangement for the prompt set firmest of all ay itt
deltednett. I take this public mode ot returning my a la
Gere thanks te my kind friends aad patrons, (those wba
paid.) and af cordially recommending my successors, la
whoee honesty and integrity I bare toe most Implicit re
liaree, .ad wbetn I take a special pleasure in recetoixend
ibz to ay numerous mends aa kind aad courteous gentle
men, frost whom you can always gat value for year
money. B. B. BLACK.
Memphis, February 4, 1857. ,
The above card ot our eld friend Stack wH apprise our
f ri' sds et Memphis aad sarroaadteg country that we
can be found at tke above stand at all boars, both day sad
night, rady aad wiblng te serve oar friends n anyfte
partment of the Urery basiaess. Mr. Black's Indebted.
Bess will be promptly aitjasted by tbe undersigned, aa fast
as mens cetne tute Ibeir hands from the assets ef said
R. R Blark.
martO-lm N P. FERRKLL 3c CO.
A GOOD GARDENER liberal wages paid Apply to
J. M. SHAW 2c CO..
Office oa Bank Avenue, 1st deer from Madlson-st.
want ot suffering about my feet that I have not felt fer
years. I can rt commend him fully to all who suffer fun
corns. E. M. YERGER.
Memphis, March 23 th, 1857.
From Dr. Cartwrlght, New Orleans, late of Natchez.
Dr. D'Alton is aa adept In his profession. I can safelj
recommend him as such, having this morningmott skill
fuly and paltlcssly removed two very troublesome Corns
from my tee' , and four othe: s from members of my fata
ily. SAML. A OARTWRIGnT, M. D.
New Orleans, Jannary , 1S57.
From L. B. Marshall, Esq., Natchez.
I have bad occasion to call In the services of Dr. D'Al
ton, in his profession, snd I have no hesitation In sayins.
that his skill far surpassed my exteetatlons; tho opera
tion being compIeU without the least pain
Natchez, March 2. I,. B. MARSHALL.
From Dr. J. L. Crawcour, Professor of Cbemlstr)
School of Medicine, New Orleans
I have much pleasure In certifying to the professions
skill and ability ot Dr. D'Alton. te has extracted tros
blesome Coras from my feet In a perfectl painless mil
ner I can thereioie recommend hla as an operator
whose skill can be relied upon.
J. L. CRAWCOUR, M. D
New Orleans, Jan. 25, IS57.
From John C. Inge, M. D., Natchez.
I take pleasure in recommending Dr. D'Alton to thou
afflicted with Corns or troubles me Toe Nails, ha vim
skillfully operated upon me and relieved me ot nails
growing into the flesh without any pala whatever.
Natchez, Feb. 13, 187. JOHN 0. INGE, M. D.
3" Dr. D'Alton has already received nnmrrona'ealle
factory testimonials fully concurring In the above, whlb
may be seen at his office, Including those of John f. Wal
worth. Esq., G Balston. Esq., Richard A. Inge, Esq.,0
Metcalfe, Esq., Mr. Huib Elliott, chemist, etc ; M.J. n
OUDiaiu, c uu u,uii a .quell well luowa,
Thousands of tesumonla s. Including those a: ,i
fie most distinguished medical practitioners in Knrr.ni
maybe seen on application; but as the above are frar
well known and hUbly respectable Physicians In thl.
country, they are selected as most likely to prove satli
Please t remember the address and hours of attend
N. B The above office has been selected aa helne m r
retired ard convenlen' for visitors than any ether rcair
In the Com:ercla, Hotel. mar2l-2w
WA. EDMONDS, M. D , (late of Hopklnsvllle, Ky.l
. Homeopathic and Hydropathic Phvielan. t.nrt...
his prefesslonal services to the citizens of Memphis.
umce near ooutuern nana ; residence at C.M. Pattl
son's. Bef era to McCombs k Trior, J. Torlan 2c Son W
J. Davie and VT. E. Milton. mart2-m
WE are requested to announce the name or ft.
MOORE as a candidate for the office ot City Marshal, at
tae ensuing w uuo ciciiious. tnarlv-te
"WE2 art authorized to announce JAMES O. BEIN.
HARDT as a candidate for the office of City Marshal, at
ice easuingasunicipaiAiecuontnjnn next, Dtilv-ta
Fine French FIo era ;
Fine French Wreaths ;
Ladies' and Misses' Bonnets;
Ribbons, Dress Hats;
I .ace and Edgings ; .
And a grae-al assortment of Millinery Goods. The la-
dies of Memphis and vicinity are respectfully Invited to
call and examine for themselves.
mar25-tf H. CARTER.
SOME FORTY OR FIFTY ACCLI
MATED COTTON NEGROES
FROM the State ot Georgia, consisting of
men, women, ooya ana girls. Aniongthem
are some very likely families In a few
days we intend to concentrate our purchases
from Kentucky and Virginia to this point, and tlve the
buyers of this country aa opportunity of investing their
money In good Negroes. Give us a call before making
mai22-3m BOLTON. DICKINS 2r. CO.
BAZAAR OF FASHION.
LADIES, remember that TO-DAY tha
BAZAAE OF F'ASHION
TAKES PLACE I
WE have Just receive I the largest, tlcnest aad most
varied assortment ot Staple and Fancy Dry Good.
that ever adorned the Bazaar of Fashion. We will sel.
on very reasonable terms, and would be pleased to have
the ladlea give us an early call.
nAAtnua cc tu.,
mar25-lw 233 Main atreet.
I WILT, sell for cash or short paper, very low
the following CITY LOT3. belocglng to tbe estate
of J. H. Ta'bot. (Said sals Is ordered by Court:!
Lot No Tin Boclt 17; Lot N 14 In Block 16; Lot
No. 161nBtoekl7; In front of the Gajoso nonse.
Lots No I and I in juocx is, oa iae corner ot aneiny
and Deal streets.
Also. Lot No. 13 and 14, on second street, between
Union and Gajoso streets.
mar2S-lm mut inas. Agent.
Ice! Ice: Ice:
HAVING corople'ed our MAMMOTH ICE HOUSE on
Beal street, neir the corner ot Shelby, we are now
prepared to furnish our friends and customers with ICE
at ONE CENT PER POUND. All orders for pscklng will
be promptly and caiefully attended to In all seasons of
the vear at lowest rates.
The community taay depend upon our supplying them
with Tee at the abore rate. It Is our Intentlin to keep
prices within meann Of the poor as well aa rich.
S-5-A11 orders left at the Wharf Beat, at the Man
moth Ice House, or at Bamctt Jc Walker's, (ISO Main
street,) win do promptly nuea.
mtrtWm DUVAL, ALGEO fc CO,
3NT 23 -X7S7-
WATCHES Seme very floe.
JEWELBT New styles.
SILVERWABE Com fine.
SILVEB PLATED GOODS Best laality.
SPKCTACLKS To saK every condition of sight.
GUNS Best makers.
PISTOLS Fail assortment
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY.
CANES. ' , ,
Making by far the best assortment tTer offered In this
market F. H. CLARK Jc CO.,
mar2S No. 1 Clark's Marbte Block.
Respectfully announces that
Madame Anna de LaGrange,
THE ceter rated Prima Donna, tram the Opera Houses
In Paris, London, St. Petersburg, and lately New
York, Havana and New Orleans, will give
TITO GRAND COXCERTS,
At Odd Fellows' Hal, en the 14th and 16th of April.
Madame A. DE LA GRANGE will be assisted by
M'me SIRDENBDBG, Soprano;
Slgnor CERES A. Prlmo Tenor ;
Slgnor TA EFANELLI, Prmo Barltono;
Al from 'he Italian Opera. In New York, and "by Mr.
GUTON Pianist, pupil of Thalberg.
try- Price of admission to the Hall, $1 50; lo the Gal
J- with every ticket a slip will be given, which wll
seen e a seat.
vy Sale of tickets wHl begin on Thur'day, April 9th.
at tbe Pino and Furniture Store et Messrs. Winston,
Churchill St Co., No. 221 Main street, and centlnne to
the evening of the Concert, when the remaining ones
wilt be sold st the door of the nail.
X3 Daors will open at 7 ; Concert to commence at S
S3- Fr particulars see farther advertisements and
small bills mar23-3w
CHANCERY SALE OF
Valuable Keal Estate
AND IMPROVEMENTS IN
PURSUANT to a decree ef the Chancery Court at Mem.
pMs, r.ndered November Term, 1856. in the case of
WUIamB. Bail r vt. James Banks, Elizabeth Banks,
and otheis, I will on
Thursday, April 23", 1S5T,
In front of mr office in the city ot Memphis, proceed to
sell to the highest bidder.
A Valuable Lot and Residence in S. Memphis,
Situated on tbe corner ot Shelby and Overton stmts.
Said lot beiag bonndi d as follows :
Reirinnmr at a slake at the coint where the west side
of Shelby street Interests the north side ot Overton1
street, running thence nortnwsraiy wim oaeioy street
271 feet, to an alley ; thence west with said alley 100 feet
to the northeast corner of a lot owned by E. A. F. Lava
lett; thence south 271 feet to Overton street ; thencewith
Overton street 100 feet to the begionlnz together wl'h
all the Improvements thereon consisting of a comforta
ble Framed Residence and other valuable Improvements.
terms or Sale The above mentioned Lot and Im
provements win be sold on a credit seven, twelve and
eighteen months In equal Instalments, the purchaser to
execute satisfactory note for the purchase money. Re
demption barred. JOHN C. LANIEB,
1 cur22-diwtdj Clerk: tail Master.
TRU TEE'S SALE.
ri pursuance ef aDesc ot Trust executed ts me bj X
V. Ktcbardson, for ibe benefit ot C. D. McLean, daled
toe mil day of December, laao, ard rtaly recorded la tha
Register's oSce ef the county ot Shelby and State of
Tennessee I will proceed te sell for ca'h at pub ie aa a,
at my Auction Room, at 11 o'c eck, on TUESDAY, the 7th
day ot Aptil, 1S37. the fallowing described property, and
known auddes-ribed la C. D. McLeau's srb-dlvtslot. aa
lots No. 9 10, 11, 12, 15 and 16, and bonaded aa foHews!.
Beginning at tbe intersection of theast side of McLean' a
Avenue with tne autre of the Memphis and German torn
Plaakroad, the northwest corner ot lot No. 9 ; ther.ee
eastwardly with the centre of said Plaskroad eight hur
dred leet (S00 feet) to the northeast corner of lot No 11;
thnce southwardly a parallel line with McLean's Ate.
ace eight hundred and seventy-two tret to the north aide
ot an avenue forty feet wide ; thence wtetwardly with,
the north side o' said avenue four hundred feet t tha
southwest corner of lot No. 15; thence northwardly on
the dividing Hue between lata No. Hand 15 and panlel
with McLean's Avenue four hundred and thirty-six fiat
to the Eerthweet corner of lot No. 15 ; three westwardly
a parallel with the centre of the FUnkroad aferesa.d frcr
hunderd feet (400 I eet) te the south wes t comer ot lot No.
nine (No. 9) on the east side of McLean's Avenue fear
hurdred and thlrty-stx feet (436 feet) to the beginning;
twelve seres, (12 acre; more or lesj.
The title to the above prepertyie believed to be gooJ,
but I win cn!) convey such title as la vested in tor sa
Trustee An right or redemption Is expressly waived by
the terms of the Deed of Trust
mar26-tds G. B. LOCKE. Trustee.
Cleric's Sale of Yaluable City
by their guardian and next f j.-i.jgi
friend J. M. Provine. J UT1,',a-
PUBSUANT to a Decree ot the Circuit Court ot Shelby
county, rendered at the September Term, 1S45, la tha
above cans', I will, on
SATURDAY, THE 2D or MAT, 1857,
on the premises, In the dty ot Memphis, proceed ta aril
to the highest bidder, a valuable Lot ot GiounJ, being
part of Lots 136, 137 snd 133, f renting 34 feel IX Inches
on Exchange Square, and running back east 143H feet ta
Main street. In the dty ot Memphis, county of Sh thy
and State ot Tennessee.
Terms or Sale. One-third cash; talm.i v
credit of one and two years, la equal Instalmems. ; lr
chaser to execute bond security for the unpaid pumb tie
money, ant a Hen will te retained on the Lot until final
payment Is made.
Nevertheless, said Lot will be oflered at private sale
upon the above terms, Vntil the above time, when. If -
suitable, purchaser Is sot found, said Lot wlU he sold as
aforesaid. For particulars, call on Frazer Titus, J. M.
Provine. r me.
mar26-tds M D. L. STEWART, Clerk, he.
Choice Country Lots.
I HAVE four choice lots one and a half m'lea
from the city, on the Pigeon Roost Plank Road,
and on the Memphia and Charleston Railroad.
This property has no superior anywhere, and la
offered at one-fifth cash and balance at one. two and
three years. A. H. DOUGLASS.
JOHN TV. C. WAT30X..HESRT CRAFT.. SAM'I.BE.'STtm.
WATSON, CRAFT & BENTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Holly Springs, Miss,, will at
tend the Courts of North Mississippi, and give apo
dal attention to the collection ot all claims entrusted to
them. They win also attend to business from the Third
rap. Northern District et tbe state in tne uign court or
Mirrors and Appeal' at Jackaon. marSdatwlm
THE south half of Lot No. 43, fronting 37 H feet OS
Chickasaw street, and running back 113M feet. Oa
this Lot there Is a smaH comfortable house. Tbe term
are libera'.. Apply to G. B LOCKE,
marlO-tt Auctioneer and Beal Estate Broker;.
ON Sunday, 22d instant, a heavy Go!dFeh Chain and
Slide. A literal reward will be paid to the finder by'"
leaving It at the office of the Commercial Hotel; or Ar
PEAL Offica. nurSf
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