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"THE DA1X APPEAL.
. APRIL 4, 1857.
ffiSThe Baldwin case lias not been conclu
. " .ded la the Ciimtaa Peart. It wn, prebabiy, te given to
-cr fcry to-day.
juD J-, es- Wali .a oes sale of Buzeie?. Potatoes.
"Ultrr. Grocer, Drays, ccraei on this mam
U o'clock, at hit mart, soath side Conrt Squire,
ttljfir 5i r under obligations to the clerks
P HrjirJa and Battle lor, LonlsvBte pi-
iK. b. M'ciJkKiidiac was ceraparatively inserted
WK. M. HTTTTONaeet Pee ami Jamn LatijUin btlng
xntDER th there.
ggTAHAir.o( the Api thinks that a))
the ia Memphis AhM be treated sHte. We da
Bet sec say rsoB why we sheaMbe eorrt? because heft.
,Mac 4ms set teem te hate tiaras far him.
New Printing House. See the advertise-
Bfrptet A, T NonTOX UOa., ta to-day's paper. They
e ) week i every branch ot their buslarss, and are
j' p"We are requested to cajl attention to
the sateaf vahuMe real estate te be made, by CM. Locke
te r, en the prenleet, consist ls el a Writ boase and
let en Market Seoere, some vacant tot on Jackson aad
1 ' ltate streets.
?The know Nothings of Shelby county
wl meat ta eeaveatien at Raleigh seat Meaday, far the
pareeseef erfes'satieR, and the selection ef delegates to
"aloe the Dirtrtet and Stat CefeveeUoae.
We are again placed under eWfgations
lo tee "AdaHH Xxareee Ooaapaay " lor favors. We last
eveateg received Iron their aceat a New Yferk paper ef
the 3Ma tw days akrsd at the maB. J-
JThe General Assembly of die Presby
ters iarca ex tec uaisra. states aaeets m ly-Xfcyglcfi
Kcalaaky, the third TfcrJy is May. The Dew bouse
of werehtpef the First CMreh, ta that atty, is being
4T"fte "Fioatisg Palace" is advertised
watat uaB)Berce to-tttssn, oa aoara af wwest are 5cALr
ix i- Rosex's ooaaasy. Tiey trfll ptre as exhibit ien
then, aad thea f tart Car this city, arsrvtag te-niorrw,
aadgteiasaa "eaterteiament" here ea .Heathy aMer.
mm aad evtBhag.
Gf.B Pens. Messrs. Gm. Pattison &.
Oe.f J(tB street, hate jwt recHred a Hrf aertsent
ef Get Peas, which (fee? are precxred te sell at ttj low
prices. We are writiag with eae at them sew, aad an
eareiiiat eae It is, and, therefore, apeak br the beeV,1
v, Ilia we reeeemend the articie.
p"The Stockholders of the Gayoso House
Ceaapaar. tar the Srth tiaae.are najaeeted U aneet tbis
triatagat the eeaattag-ree'H et JOHN" Wilbbebsee,
ea Sherfcy street, at fear e'cLck. The last tastalaent
taVs dae to-day; these whs par deaire certMeates ef
ateek. It is aete&sarj- thef aheaW aaeet aad decide bow
that tax shall be keaed.
OrR Pontotoc Corkespondent. An es-
tieeaed rarretpen t, whe has eaieyed asipie eeperteBl
trtakasw s jtaathtag af the Han. H. S. Bennett, at
, pays hiai a iaeti red tneate ia ear paper of
mtheat asaariag ie eorsetves the right to loter-
- in 'he aSalr. t tr aiihtr State, we hope it will
be permitted ac te ay that aw Caaereeeioaal ReprReata
tree hoaa hat bSate at Mtsatittapi bad sere thtsentteerae
.ajaLreaaect of his Mlew Members, er t the pabUc.. than
Great S otisesk Railkoad Route. At-
teataom U aaecially Invited te the advertisement in thii
niaialag'saaaer, ay which It wg be seen that by tbe cwa-
pMiaa af the Xeaaphss aad CoarlestaB Raltread a new
aad tsaat adva: Uacoas Mate has been caused te tbe Mis
i.1 pl valley from the BMterc c.tjes. Ged by steam
ers ieeoa Mow York aad Philadelphia are forwarded, when
cuaeajaed aad aaarked as directed, free af all charge ; and
when aaJaaedayaaOiag vessels or propellers, they win
free of coatmhskBs, nrayage, aad wharf-
This rente is entitled te "public favor, -
aad KUasort that Saathera merehaBts will now eive
eome sahstsattal proof that they appreciate tbe efforts
made fcr their beaeat by prefer rms aad eattaStBg-l
PieatNixiANA. That fanny fellow John
Pisestix, ait the way frjat California, thus writes to the
JCiiukm aetter co.ermiaE the oartehtag city af Cairo.
We LhiaWiBdsLvtwaaldaeaahealthy for him to vi-it
aWortj- agaha, aad tthe kaosra to the iahabiUntslbenef.
"Cairo ie a sanaO hole at the junc'i ,n of the Ohio
aaf JiaMiasiaai rivers. farroaaoVd by an arUOeM bak to
prevent iabBdetien. There are here about thirteen -ln-hiiotauta.
bat the pepalalioa is estimated at three thou
sand, Shot betas a raagh estimate of tbe number el pee.
pic that were oaee coacreRated th re, when Are trains
af care arrived before a boat U ft for New Orieaas. They
were erjeyrag the loxury of the email pox at Cairo ten
ve arrived; th-tr are always ap to somethlag ef the
khsd; area in wed saeces ion of amaeeaeeste fottew. TbeJ
soaall box aavtar terminated ita enraffemat tfce rhaVn
M Aes fts apsMaraaee. aid is then followed by yeHow ferar
Fasa. Beetspot Dickens has taor,&Hz-d
theneawef Edesi, an evieVnt mtsaesBar, Jar bo
saaa worth as much as Adam, could remain there Syvany
Com man i cited.
1 have been informed by a gentleman who
a'-lBBdil Calvary Chareb, in this cHy, cn Sabbath last,
hot the worthy pastor, ta bis sermon, made tUs asser
iea: " That the Episcopal Church is the ordy Obareh in
the Hatted States whose highest fadtcahtry has ever
dared te meet Sooth of the Potcmac." Ia tads be has
aalaliBttoaattT, so dotbt, fatam into a great mistake.
It is wett kaewa that there has been an unfortunate
division betweea the Northera and Southern braarbesof
twoof the targest and most respectable of oar Christian
It is also well knows that the Preehf te-
i of the United States (OM School) has re-
t Nenh aad Sooth, and by a law pasted
)a' aoa the asjMaUoarf the slavery aacstioB has been
foil i i.r radesaaeed. The General Assembly of this
Casarch ia Cera posed af a delegation of clergy aad rayaaen
that meet aaaaany, from every State In the UaioB from
MascaahaweU to Texas aad Ca'iforBia, with rarrespoBd
tag dUtgalu tram some of tbe countries af Europe, East
ladta, aad moay ef the other Chri tian deBommttoas H
The General Asoembly mrts North aad Seath tediaer
eaelr. Two yean ao K met in the cfty of Naohvlle.
T44 jm: K aeaats is the city of Lextat-tori, Kj. WMbis
the hft few years it teshetd its aoesioas In Charleston,
New Orteaae, Richmsnd Loatsvale aad St. Loais. About
tweaty years age there was an uafortaaate division In
lbte Charch. This divistoa was not caaeed by tbe slavery
IBiBlaiB, as has been sepeoeed by soaao, bat purely a
BsoMer af dacsriae. The Charch is bow divided into
what is called the New School aid OM School. The
former Is aaach tbe smaller branch, aad it mostly cen
Seed so the Northern States. Tbe Preebftoriaa Obenb
(Oat School) i eae of the largest eodeeliftK-al bodies m
the world, aad from the great iatelBgeaee and respeeta
aastr at Rs members, bo doabt exerts a very cjBs-rvatire
taalataai la this coaatry betsg one body Nrth and
Seath, aad bv a law of ita h gfaest jadicia ory bas nm
pseaety mterdicted setieaal agKatkm.
icm: ice: icmi
HATING coravpTeted our MAMMOTH ICE HOUSE on
Seal street. Bear the corner ef Shelby, we are now
piioainj ta famish oar f riefids and easterner with ICE
at eNE CENT PER P IOSD, . A'ia 4ers for packtBg wi I
" 'p0ViI LSttMK', Memphis, Teotf. tnat of
yK Poet Omoe BasaMag, Jefsereoa stieet. atrtl
J J. A. ANDERSOX.rv
aaath Ice Meoe, or at Baraett & WalkV oVtain
tSreeXJ w bo pracaptty mtrd. -.j5,
"T7WHJK HCXBRBD bass. Fsoar, for
I? m.l7 HAXCp . JkCO.
rpWO HUNDRED aNB flWj e,farleby
rlr Cf A e, forsale b
OCARK i CO.
FIFfT had i
r Cached Ssgars, for sale
g, CLARK a. CO.
HANatWK. CLARK & CO.
THRKF HHNatUED kecs Xo. 1 Leaf Lard, for sale by
mar IT HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
TBK Caere p4a Hams, received and for sale by
marie HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
FIVE eaehs SaaaMart, for sale by
marts H ANCOCK. OLARK & CO.
ONE H9XDRBD bcxes and half boxes Sda Ctarkeri,
for sale by HANCOCK. OLAUK k. CO.
SETBNTT-FITE beiearrti, for sale by
mcrl7 HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
rp WRNTT-FI VE cafe Otear Srae Bacon;
JL X casks psatn HaSrsj -
96 casks ShoeMers Far sale Vy
marll HAMOOCK, OLARK & CO.
ONK MCNDRBD barrels Ifoas P-rk. for sale by
marJt nANWCK, CLARK k CO.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bbls. WhU ky, far sole
by narl7 nANCOCK, CLARK &. CO.
THREE nrNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Laid;
IS barrets do. Tor sale by
aaorSl HANCOCK, CI ARK & CO.
F I FIT-ONE boxes quart Flasks, for sale br
oar 19 HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
TRN tierces MilcheU, Guthrie & Co., Hams ;
M tierces Stage , Shay. Kxtra Hams, ter sale by
marl7 HANCOCK. CLARK fc CO.
IVNE HUNDRED AND FIFTT bWs
Mess Pork, for
KJ sate by
HANCOCK, CLARK tc CO.
ryiHRHE HUNDRED hexes, K and H box, SjjjrCan
X oies,iar sale cy, atsjajuaBK
Fine Residence for Sale.'k
I OFFER for sale coe of tbe best residences In
Memphis, on Secnnd street, between Court
Staare and the Post Office.
Also, a No. I Negro Man a superior honse
or body servant.
S. C. SNTDER.
rnfift DOZEN Hase and'Hatf Hese, en hand and for
JAMES LOW & CO..
413 Mala street, Louisville,' Ky.
fittest "gtln lrgttojrap"J
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF aiEMPIHS.
IOSS OF THE ENEMY, GOO KILLED AKD 500
Walker's Loss, Two Killed, and'Twen
New Tour, April 3. The steamer Texot has arrived,
with San Jnan dates to the 29th ot ilateb, and Rlras of
The parser of the Tesat reports that on the 16th of
Uareb, General Walker, with 400 men, attacked St. Lege.
occupied by 2,000 of the enemy. Alter driring the enemy
back and gaining the Plaza, be burned part of the town,
the most important part for tbe allied army. Imroedl-
ateiy after tbis, be learned that about 1,200 of tbeeoesiy,
ender Cbamera, bad matched by another road to make an
attack open Rival, whereupon Gen. Walker marched to
that place aad met tbe entray in tan retreat, at the ferks
I three roads, twtty penned by UeaBtegsen aad bis com
mand, whe bad driven them ontof Klras, npen their at
tack, with great alaaghter.
On either side et tbe road, when the allied fereea were
met by Gen. Walker, was an Impenetrable growth of
cactsf , maklsg it Impassible far them ta escape and plac
ing them bet weea two deadly fire, In renseqat nee et which
tbe allies were corapteteir paati stricken, and threwisg
dawn their arms stood .paralysed, meeting ibeir fate.
lit lie resistance was shewn. Nearly all their officers
were killed, aad bat t oX the ceidten escaped.
The allies, by (heir own arcouot, lost 327 kWed and 30T
weaadrd. Gee. Walker states their ks at 6 Skilled and
S&9 wenaded. Walker's lees was two kflled aad twenty,
eae weaaded. The stasghler was so great, that Walker
was anaWe to properly bary tbe dead aad was eampeSed
to order the ded harved te rrevent patretictien.
The stoop-et-war ilery was at San Jaaadel Sar, when
the Orizaba left.
It is reported that Caraj, Coramander-lG-Chlef et the
allied terces, is aaatr arrest Jer havieg raado oertaln
eTerteres to Walker; aise, that PresMeat Klvas had
Cel. Leckridge was on the Saa Jaaa river. He bad re
ceived streag letoterermeass.
A company of Tezaas, with- a hatge ameaat at pravli-
ioaa aad aataiaaitioa, with tbe steamer J. A'. Scott, bad
proceeded ep tbe river.
Cel. Lsckridge reeaEwottred the enemy's pwttkn at
CasliUe, aad (rem prtsoaers taken received iafermstion
that Walker had gained a srreat vietory, and that tbe al
lies bad I alien back ea Grenada, where tUy were cem-
pietiag prepesriieas ef peace.
The Ceeta 31 lofts were net wiHiag te iein the oenf er-
eaee, bat they had seat Yaaderbht's ageot, Spencer, eat
ef the ceeatrj-, aad have opened the transit to Bagtisfa
Important decaaMBts seized by Loclrif et, proilsg the
above facts, have bees sent to Washington.
Tbe levalatioa in Peru proved nneaeceesf ol. Tbe revo-
laWoatsts rohtid the Brittsfa steamer A'ev Grenade ef a
large ssm of Baoary, aad tbe British fleet was in pmseit
at the pirates.
LATEE PEOM ETJEOPE,
ARRIVAL OF THE CONSTITUTION.
New Tobk, April 3 Tbe Comlitulien has arrived
with Liverpool dates te tbe rath. The CMten market
was nachaaged. Prices were in favor ef the seOer. Sales
eeedar, T,eee bales, llredlias Orleans, 7 3-16r Consols
Have declined X 93.
Politic d news aniaaBortast.
Sales of Gotten far two da'S, 12,60) bale.'. SpecsU
tcrs took 2,M0 bales, ilaiket closed arm. Console, lor
moaey, 9SK. Beeadstafs dreeprag MaarheDUr trade
settofactory. Wheat advanced ldgr21. Moaey market
The ABMriean Gevemroent refuses to Join tbe Batik h
moveseats agaiaat China.
Tbe SpiBith movement against Mexico is asbestine, a
mere ircposinga pect. Gen. Terland has been appointed
l.f ices by overUgd from China eenfltra previous f e-
lt is replied that the French f orets have been ordered
to ec operate with the BngHsh bs China.
Rsstla is prepariag for a decisive campahra against
Ckcassia. She has laO.aO tioeps ea the bolder;, and
has seeared tboeo-eperatien of several naMvechiefs.
.Gnle at Chicago. ,
Chicago, Apr J 3. There was a boavx fata (e-day,
which wrecked six vessels along shore. Fifteen lives are
3Inrder at loaisrille.
Louisville, April 3 A man named Fraaer mnr-
kdared his wife, a beautiful woman, twenty-four yearn
ol They bad beea married eight, months. He wes
feond In bed with the deed body of hU wife.
Shootin; nt IVaslilnstoa, Ky
Lo vjitille, April 3. A man named Buikey shst his
daagbter and then shot himrrlt, at Waibingten, Ky.
Tbe caase was the attention paid to his daughter by a
man led man named Reby.
' Hirer Seiri and Markets.
Lodisville, April 3. Tbe river bas f alien two inch
es. Departed, steamer Gibson.
New Orleans, April 3 Sales of cotton to-day. 2,00
bales. Holders are a' king an adraace, which checks de
mand. Middlies,13K. Sugar arm. MeWse,67c.
Cincinnati, April 3. Flour rather quiet, no change
la prices; Whisky advanced to 32c, gd demand; Pro
vleioM, Botfalag new.
New Tone AprM 3 Fieur buoyant, Stale advanced
lOc.seilinr at $Set5SA; Southern impreval lee,
selliasat $eSft-6 40; Wheat buoyant, soM at an ad
raace at lc; Cera buevant, mixed 79; Meas Perk tecsia
ed2$30c , sale: at $23 4S$23S; Markets toady.
$ort of cmpjis
Arrivals and Departures.
Feioav, Aprs! 3.
Joan Briggs, Memphis to Ijoalsville
Uiawatna St. Louis to New Orleans.
Aleck 'Scott, St. Louis to New Orleans.
Orleans. New O'leaas te St Loais.
Jseeb Pee, CtaciaRatt te Memphis.
Virginia, L-rtuevi le e New Orleans.
Kate Friabee Memphis te Napao4i.
Baltic, iMtsrUle to New Orleaas.
Matrie Wayae, Memphis to St Loais.
SwttcertaBd, CiacisaaU to New Or raas.
53" The river contlaues to rise fast. Tbe weather is
dear and deKahtfal. Buslnefs Is datl at tbe taaatas;.
X3T The Jacob Pee brought down yestcdsy morning
from CiBdnnati a large quantity c-f.merehandiie for Ten
nessee, Arkansas and Missifiapi merchaats.
XjT The AferaaAfj bad not arrived at right o'clock last
Jj- Tbe Alecnia Is dae this eveaing f rem NathvlUe.
She will return en Monday.
E3 The Editor will probably arrive Ibis evening frem
St Louis, and return ea Mend y eresiBg
J3The H R IT. IliU left New Orleaas last Te4.
fer 'his port She wtl'a-rive to-Biah tor to-morrow.
rc3-ba1f dtlbdWw steam-r Hhwalha has been
a-.MatSt. Louis by Capt. Wills rd ta CapL K. F. Dix,
lite of the Par Star, and Mr. C D. Biassem, at tbe
rale of $6.699 sor tbe whole boat. This fine boat aader
eemasaad of Captain Dix, and with Mr. Henry Blassem,
as Bret e erk, paseed down Ihe river at an early hour
yesterday morniBg. She will p y regaaily bnwarn St.
L3Us aad New Orleani, stopping at aRiBtemedisle land
ings. J3-Tbe Xlanief Deone his gaae to St Loois. We ex
pect she will raa between that city and Memphis during
the summer moatbs.
S3" The steamer H'oi. Baird, Is new das frem Louis
ville. EfTbe Jama LaughHn is laid Bp. The trade JR tbe
White river coantry being loo slack at present te wat
rant bf r running.
n r n CASES Fancy Prints, new atjlts, on band and for
ZJIJ sale by JAMEIXOW & CO.,
io jaain strew, LeaMvine. Ky.
inn OASES Fancy Lawns, on bead for sale by
1UU JAMES LOW ft CO..
matgl 418 Main street, LecHVlHe, Ky.
- ' BALES printed French Jaosaetls, very handsome
10 styles, oa hand and far sale by
JAMES LOW & CO..
ma'3I 41S Mala street, LeBlsvtaa, Ky.
3 CASES Crepe D'yspagne, assorted colors;
I case Satin Striped abd CbaJlli
I casrlPigarrd aad Challl ; on band and fer sale br
JAMRS LOW & CO..
raar31 41S Mala street, LoalsvtHe, Ky.
De Itegc. '
nr CASES K DeBege, lOcases 4-tPeBege. on hand and
Z'J fer sale by JAMBS LOW & CO .
mar3 418 Main street, Loulsvil e. Ky.
Qrn CASES Bleached Cottona, on hand and or aby
2JU JAMES LOW k. CO .
n"3' 418 Main Hreet, Iionkx-We. Ky.
Striped Osnalitirgs !
r r BALES Striped Oanahurgs, on bar d and for sals by
' JAMES LOW St CO., .
P-'31 418 Main street, Loutsville, Ky.
Iineu Pant StniT!
rn CASES Plain and Twilled Linen Pant Stuffs, on hand
dU and for sale by JAMES LOW & CO .
15 Jiain street, LonlsvHIe, Ky.
T WILL make an excharncf Eieht at T.n ti....
XDoJiam Worth of good R.E AL .ESTATE Jn MaraphUliNESK SUGAR. OANE SEED,each contaWm? suflleient
for GARPENTER'S WORK and itilLBlXG MATlfRIA'L, Inanflty toplant half an acre Price, ONE 'DOLLAR
waioa j, Jt. PKOVINE, 1
P-'?-. ss;C 1'
ilBiirUlS DAII.T APPXAI. OFFICE, I
- , i j : SAtrrjiiDAT, Afril 4, 1867.
Conejt Owiertolbe high rates fkfdtby fctors,
lad the want of immediate shipping .facilities, toMther
with thefteht stock on band, tbet ansactlons yesterday
were very light. Sellers arc arm and prices unchanged.
unarms cottow qmrTATioxs.
Inferior 9 (BIO I Strict MWdrrns.!;.'.' 13
Dnliaary I0KAU JOood Mlddtlns.13 18 V
UeodOrdlnary....Il All S I Mrddiflrg Falr..lSMaiSK
Lew Middling.. .. II K1Z I Fair 11
Middling 12K12H I
Bxohange and Bank jHote Iiist.
o. w. GcsrevjEtrsr ess co..
vuti. ruunrnuir AAIJ .nADISOX-ST.
BUTIirOTlATTS aHLLISO llATES
neirxorc...- 1 prra I New Ten... lwprem
untauj,...,. npremiAew Orleans. lworem
LenlsvllleSt Cln. Mprem Ironist Ule h. Cln..l Kprem
St. Louis Hprem I St. Louis I vseem
New Orleans...... Jiprera) New Orleans 1 Vprem
North Carolina.... 2 dls. AJ1 large Upper
Miss. Mnt. Ins. Co. par. i CcOntrv fcoor.l . varaas
AmerlcaaGeld I Xprem j Gold 2 pmn
Silver 1 Vprem I Silver 3 r
HLcbest rates paid for Land W rnnii anal 4 rbahtiKattt
"Ttmp TtxI firrlp
I 'in. eernces or a youDg LADr, wbo Is competent to
jl ifco iiie ramisn laiiriMf. Vtsw. tw u. ...k
To one lolocjnr satisfartorv tMHmnih .
ter and qaaHdcalieti. I will pay a Hheral saiary.
AJJre9 me Itatlnc tartl n.ara Are at (i-Im.ii.
lflss.,J K JIADDOX. or HAJtl !' vnsucirr ,'
ru lr i , . ...
"' "'"r"' mar2Stawm
T HAVE tbe largest awertment or Lumber mi kbi
L have ev-r offered, eonfWIng in yart of Seasoned Cy
press and Pcpiar, K , 1, 1 V awl 2 inches wide and clear:
Slfls 6x8 and 8xlt; Joice 2x6. 2x4. Iein and tI e.t.:
ling 2x1, 2afi. 2x6, 3al, 4x4, and4xJ; TTeoUierhoardinc
ciiiiicies anu tv amui i.nr. De on hand ; alaoi
targe lot of dressed Tel low Pine Plonritrs and ranch Pan
l. Hu.in. t i n i n... . . v
.ivoirnf, urui imioi nil kibts.
Tard on. Batture, South side of Centre LandMar.
Jnnlo-dtwawly jf. e. COTHRAN.
TUST red ived on con1ramat r . . "..K..iit.
M i rear s'oe; "io casts Shoulders; 96 casks Same,
mar24-2w MASON' 4c MORTELL.
THE undereitFiMt, hivioc Leen qnaided as AdmiBas
tratnrof JOHN A. GARRISON, d-e'd. at lb v.i
Term, lSS7,of Ibe CouBty Court of Shelby, Dotiaes all
persons inr Ued to sa d deceased to tuake iniaili
payment, and those bavlBR claims ajialBSt sold deeedeai
are r.qaeeww lo present. IDem in Ibe lime aad as lbs r
aireas, or zney will ne for ever barred.
mara dim JAMRS R GARRISON, Adm'r.
SIX FIANOS fr .m the wxld-reaowsed
aiannf.cturer. Messrs. Cbickertag &.
if 1 3ns tne RI Joaas ChlrkerixT-were
" " shipped to ns on themh of Pi.rn.i-
ship Malibar, and will be received in a Jew days, which
we shall offer fer sale at the maaafactarers' wicos. ei-
pesuvo w. vi uin tAiiou awipu only.
McKINNRT &. CO.,
I" J? IK Main street.
Ilalletf, Davis & Co.'s Pianos!
5bEI5 Pan j For:
1 U Q rflf'orrivei
wAietft or inose unmivaiiy nopaUr
iiks nve now in stare ana eleven
pTshre HtauotAa and Afora-
aark Atlat all of which ill be
so'd a ex;rimely short profits by
MrKIJTNET Si CO.
Haveiij Bacon & Co.'s Xian3!
hike A 1'iaDi.s 1 1 m t ce am man.
535jBSB ufacturerji, seven now on hand, ibe balance
Qa Sif U snippp? month per ships ricMars
- i ""Tf aneee nanas are
so v-t 11 known in Memphis and the lurrotmdinc country
iusiiunurim,iiurirun h ia uQuecsary, only adding
that we can afford and will sell them at loss prices than
awrcjoiore. iraarluj JICKINKRT & CO.
Albert Vf. S, a tld &Co.'s Pianos!
-jt-i EIGHT PIANOS frm the raabofactor,
MjgrdRo' Messrs. A W. Ladd & Co . Bunion.
311 W IF shiPP1 " 'he fhlp Marathon These
Pianos wjll be due bere next week, and
wiu oc rvu hiw uj
trarlO McKINNET Jc CO.
In Cliancery at iTleianlkss
STATE OF TENNESSEK. At Rales bektia tbe Olerk's
offl e, Chancer side of the Common Law aal Chen-
onry Uourt of the City or Msmahls, Monday, March 2d
Jobt L. Fafbrrans and Isaac Saffaraas B , Arm ef J. L.
SifTarrani i. Co., Camp amaats,
The Presidmt. Directors & Company of tbe Botanlcc
aedicel College aea others, Drfeadaats.
It appearing from arndavit filed In Ibis cause that ihe
DefeBdaats, Aleaaader Miller acd A. P Sheldon, are
non-reaideBls of the State of Tennessee: It is ordered
that they do enter their appearance herein before or
within the first three days of tbe next term of eoJd
Conrt. to be held oa tbe fourth Mjnday In May mxt.
(IS57,) and plead anwer or demur tu OemplalaaM's bin,
or Ihe am will be tak n fer cvBfeeeed, and set fer bear
ing fx parte and that a copy ef tbis order be published
once a week fer four saccessive weeks in the Urmchla Jn.
A oopy attest: JOHN O. LANIER,
Clerk and Master.
Jab. B Thoxinton, SoHaitor for Gompl'ts.
InChancerv at Memphis.
STATE OF TENNESSEE. ProCeedlBga hakl In the
Clerk's vmce. Chancery Side of tbe Common Law and
Chancery Court of the City of Memphis. Mender, liar, h
Marthy Fraacts Owen, James O A. Owen," and Sarah
Alice uwen. Complainants,
Tlnoent Baagus, Fanny Baugus, John Moore aad others.
It appaariag frem sfsUarit filed in this cause that the
DeMsdants, John Moore George Moore. R'chaid Moore,
Marlhy Moore, Loui-a Moore, Franklin Baugas, Bryant A.
Biuzas, Po'ly Nail and her huaband. Nail, are noo-
refloants of tlie State of Tennessee: It is ordered that
they do enter their appearance herein beiore or within
tbe first three days of tbe next term ot said Court, o b
bld tu the fourth Mot day In at ay next, (1S57.) and plead,
answer or demur to Complainants' BUS, or the same will
be taken for confested a to them and et foi bearing tc
parte and that a Copy ef tbis eider b pub'Hbed ence a
week for fear successive weeks ia tbe MemphU Appeal.
A copy sttest : JOnN C LANIER,
Cleik and Master
John TTallum, Solicitor tor Compl'ts.
marl 2 lawtw
"salvation, ye afflicted!"
"W. A.. GLIDDOK,
GOTTA PBRCHA TRUSS MANUFACTURER,
NO. 1 EAGAN'S BUILDINGS,
Aaaoas Street, oppestte tbe Woreham Ilciwe,
THANKFUL for tbe extensive patroasge received with
in the hat four years, I am bow better p retired than
ever fr Hit lag and curing the worst forms ef Hernia
Rcpture. I can, beeMes, tarnish, ready-made or manu
factured to order, superior S;oektags for Varicose Veins
laetrmaeate for Prolapse, Shoulder Braces and Band
anas ef varices kinds. Artificial Lc ga and nanals moth
ta crder ; la short, I can easily procure Instruments or
every kind, owing to amDftetaents made In New Tori
and Philadesphia. The foUowiag certificates, amoes
others, p?ak for themselves :
I, tbe nDderelKBod, hereby certify that on the 27th of
Jane, 1861, 1 was fitted by WM. A. GLIDDON with oat
of his Trasses. My aae 1 seventy-one, and I beea rap
tared for Blgh gve years. It Is. saw several moatbs
since I haeotert off wearing tbe instrument, and so far I
have exparieneKd no retara et theeocsplatnt. I cordially
recommend Mr. Gtiddoa as a Trass-otter to the commu
nity at large, satisfied tbt he understands bts baetnest
JSlRB'd) JOHN G. BOSTICI.
Memphis, August 28, 1B55.
By the advice of Dr. A. K. Taylor, Profesjor ef Anato
my, Memphis Midtoal College. I called on Mr. WM. A
GLIDDON, and bad a Truss made for me and applied
My case was an Inxkinat n-rnia. The instrument wa
ited in April, 1S15 and I sow eortstder am If p--i fertii
cared. My are is tbtity fcur, and occupation that i
atsterB baHsVr. I can cetdiallt reroinm nd Mr Gl.ltv
DtlN te all wbo hare been ro unfortunate at to he afflict
ed with Hernia. (Signed) CLARK BARBER.
Memphis, January 6, 1867. Jsnlt daw'f
THE O.VL.Y MEDAL AWA KDED
BT the New Tort Kx'.ibitiou to the Rnglish or foreign
Sauce Manufacturers Las been obtained, amongst I'umer
oos competitors, by LEA & PKP.RINS, for their
whereby further testimony is aSorWd'of Us being the
best Saace extant.
Taeeeiearlty ef this Saace has extended te every (.Bar
ter of tbe globe, and Its efficacy la prosBotiog the general
health Is bacosalng daily mereobserved and actotowledged.
Ia tbe United States It Is held to be tbe most agreeable
oondtaeot, aad 1 esteemed for Its teste aad tavlgera
tlnf pruparttes. It habitual use enabling the ttoreath to
digest the food.
Oa the Coatlaenl of Europe, these tulitlea have been
teMiaed to by a gentleman, wbo writes to LKA & PBR
RINb th: " I have carried a botue of your Worces
tershire Saace In 4 lour I have Just 'eompietn! through
rJpaln aad Portugal, and believe 1 owe fcny proecnt atato of
health toils use; your Sauce is stomachic, and I think
medicinal. 1 can with truth say there Is nothing In a
travtier'sbaggage so ceentlal to his comfort, at least In
these countries, as yeur Sauce. "
In India, alo, where It is faced at the megs of every
regiment, a medical gentleman writes from Madras to
his bro'ber la the same prefenien at Worcester, lathe
following terras: Tell LEA & PERKINS that their
Sauce Is highly approved injDdla, and that it Is, In my
opinion, the most palatable as well as the most whote-se-n
This Sauce is suitable for every variety of dish, and the
universal demand which Its excellence bas created has
led to many Imitations being offered to th'. nubile, under
a variety f names, but the genuine may be known by
tbe names ot "LEA ft.PEREINS"beiag:apreedupon
the patent metallic capsules, or patent glass stepper of
the battle, as well as the labors aad wrapper.
Sole Agents for the United States,
JOHN DUNCAN k SON3,
Pl2-ly 405 Broadway. New Tork.
BOOTS, SHOES AHD HATS,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
BY lal- arrivals, we are In receipt of all kinds ef Boots,
fhoea and Hats, that are new and desirable, matsrng
one ot the largest and b-st slocks of flaecnMero-made
work for retail trade to be found ia Memphis. Prices
wni az low jor cmi. oau aim see
HICKS, TERRT k ANDERSON,
No. 245 Main street.
Opposite Court Square, Memphis.
Chinese Surar Cane Seed.
TTJST reoe'ved fiom PITKIN BROTHERS' SESD WARK
Ji,HOUSla Louisville, Ky., fifty packa?i rare CHI-
KEB1PAOK.AGK. Circulars accompany the Seed.
iaar3l-?wi- t -" WARD & J0NE3, Druggists,
The Greatest Discovery ot the Age.
It eeldem occurs that we notice, unjer any clreura.
stances, patent, medicines, restoratives, or any thing of
the kind, fer we have a prejudles against most of them.
Bat cander compels ns to invite attention to tbe adver
tisement of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, In the last
ojlum at the bottom of the third race of this paper. Wear
loo Juvenile to require any thing of tbe kind, but some
lo stances of its oe have cane to oar knowkdge which
almost assure us thit it Is a sovereign remedy a jilmt the
hair becomlnc prematurely gray. It It not a "Hair
Dye ; " hut upon ita application, as directed, the effect is
prcduced on the skin, which brings out the original native
cuaorstl barr, without stiffans, and gives It a glossy and
natural appearance We have seen persons who have
need 11, and they are much pleased with It, Sxamlne the
advertiseatent. Mkteuri Rrputlitan.
To be had of O. J. Wood & Co., IK Market street. St.
Loais, aad er druggists generally. aprtu aaw-w
- For the Complexion.
OF all Ihe compound we have yet seen prepared as a
eaametlc for tbe skin, there is none that has a higher
reputation, or tne that is so popular with the ladies as
tbe far-famed, " KALLISTON, or ORIENT WATER."
It isscientifloally prepared, and Is a perfume as well as
toilet wash. It win, with a few appctlns, remove
tan, freckles, saobara, and all cataneous eruptWns. It
is extensively need for these purposes, and ladies wbo ap
ply it can exercise In tbe a pen air as freely as thej please,
and exporkence no iBCaarealence from rough or Irritatid
sola. Joseph BarBett k Oa. are the proprietor. Bot
For sale by S. MANSPI8LD k CO., and dealers gener
ally. Price Sac , and $1 per belt let apl-tw
Advcrtise in the Panola Star.
THK MUsisrippl and Tennessee llailrcad being n-w
eompleted to the centre of Panola county, Mississippi, and
the spitng traie bavins Jut t commenced, business men in
Memphis woakl do well to advertise in tbe Weekly
Pakola Star It is tbe only paper published la the
otnfltT. led. helne ilrlrtlr nmtral In nalltlcn- la read lj
all parties; thus present rag an advertising medium sup?;
tier te any other papsr la North Mississippi.
A'oilh Alaliama, Middle Tennes
see and North Mississippi Trade;
THE DEMOCRAT, UuntsvUle, Alabama, published by
J. WiTHElts Clat. Kdl.or and Proprietor. Is nearly!
thirty-fire years old, and is much tbe largest paper In I
North Alabama, and it. proprietor believii It Is the oldest
aad has the wMeet and most geaeral circulation of any I
Alabama paper in tbe Soothers counties ot Middle Ten
nessee; the counties of Jackson, DeKalb, Madlsen, Mar
shall, Liases tone, Morgan, Bleaat, Hancock, Lawrei.ce,
Lauderdale, Franklin and Walker counties, In Alabama, I
and the Northern counties of Miselsslppl. Advertise-1
us left at the Memphis Affeai. Ofilce ; with James I
Peon, Esq., or forwarded dtreetly to "TAe Democrat
Hunttville, Ate.," promptly rsserted at rrasonible rates.
AN extraTtkely NEGRO GIRL, sixteen years old, of
good qualities. Prefer sening her la or near the trlty. No I
one need apply wbo cannot give her a comfortable and
permanent home. - Aoply to
KDMONDSON k ARMSTRONG,
mar3l-lw 217 Main street.
W. E. MLTOIN1,
26 Madison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
Exchange and Xote Broker.
I win attend to the negollatioa of all
NOTES ASD BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
Por Spring and Summer of 1857,
BI.KCAN f Dress Moleskin aad Casslmere HATS, re
ceived at WHKATON'S, 76 Front Row, where those In
want of a superb and fashionable HAT will please call.
Constantly on band and receiving the largest aad finest
Uxk ot SOFT nATS in tbe city at
frb2l wn EATON'S, 75 Front Row.
HIES! iSIBES! MfiBES I
10O 000 Hides Wanted !
FOR which we will pay the highest market price In
We also boy 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 k CO..
uovI2-m 78 Front Row.
Wm. A. Batcliclor's Hair-Dye.
GRAT, RED or BUSTT HAIR dyed Instantly to
beautiful aad Natural BROWN or BLACK, without the
east injury to hair or skin.
Fifteen Medals end Diplomat have been awarded to
iTM. A. Batciielor elace 1833, and over 80,000 appli
cations have been made to the hair of his patroas ot his
amous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair aad whis
kers is unjust, as It would be against covering a bald
bead with a wig.
WM. A. BATCnELOE'J UaIR-Dve produces a color
aot to.be distinguished from nature, and Is traircr.ftd
tot to injure In the least, however long It may it con
tinued. Made, sold or applied, (ia nine private rooms.) at the
Was ractery, 233 Broadway, New Tork.
ssm m all cities and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
5"j- The Genuine bas the name and address upon a
iteel-pUie engraving oa four sides of each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. BATCIIELOR,
233 Broadway. New Tork.
tj" Por sale by S. MANSFIELD k CO.. and Dragglstt
loos: Jjook; :
HAPPY AND GLORIOUS NEWS !
The greatest wonder ot the world has at last been dis
covered a specific In disease DR. 'SLEDGE'S NER
VOUS TOXIC, for the cure of Chill and Fever, and a pre
ventive to all grades of Fever, as well as a cure. It ha
Been fully tested for tbe last four years, and It Is nov
saeed by gcieatttc men to be one of tbe greatest dis
coveries known toman. This will be disputed by thou
sands, so doab., but K Is so. Read, look, and Judge foi
Fifty thoutand dottart will be psid to any person whi
will preJaca ilssaperier. Tlx Medicines can be found It
alt tbe Drag Stores and towns throughout the entlri
West. J. M. SLEDGE.
Memphis, October 3, 1858.
This Is to certify that we have been selling large quan
tities of Dr. Sledge's Cerebrated Remedies, and taki
tr at pleasure In recommending them to the afflicted ar
notarising ream rkaMe prcpertles In controlling thedii
aes for which they are recommended, and we have no
hesitancy in giving oar testimony in favor of their supe
riority ever other preparations for the same dlseasct, as
they seem to give universal satisfaction to all those
who use them.
VansneM & Co., Druggists. Peyton k Harbin, Druggists.
G D. Johnson, '. Ward k Jones, "
Chandler k Co., ' nenry Wade,
R Jovner Jc Co., " W. M.Shelton, "
J J u.vl8-datwly
ar -aar aar a-aT 'saar W JS-ossm W JET "aaaaaaV saV J-af7
for s vi.e i.r
15 vcamoje-st., Cincinnati, O.
E. G. IttcCOMAS,
Commission & Forwarding Wercbant,
NO. 15 SrCiMORE f-TREET, CINClNATI, OniO.
JLADlSis' FCUSISHIIVG BEPOT
BY MADAME H.,
Xo. 139 Main Street, Memphis,
(OterDrt. Shanki and ThrtH't Office )
Corsets and Shoulder Braces,
2IAOE AND SOLD,
vl jiolcsalo .2ica. Jotaili
DRESS SS made In the neatrst and most fashicnahle
Embroidery Stamplag neatly done. Also,
Stamps-JSado for Embroidery.
Partlcalar attention given to the manufacture of
Shoulder Braces and Improved Coraata-
Thwart of Catting and Making Dresses tau;ht, and
Charts for Ccittng furnl.bed. To all of which the at
t eat ion of the lad.es is invited.
Rwms open from 8 to 12 a. at., and from 2 to 6 p. St.
53" Mr. n., miaufactarer aad repairer of Sewing
Mae nines. mar2S-ly
i FOR SAl7E!
THE sth half of Lot No. 42, fronting 37X feet or.
CWckw street, and running back 148K feetvQri
this Lot there Is a small ccmlortable houseJThe tenns
are liberal. Apply to G.- BL00KE,V
marlO-tf Auctioneer and Real Eitate(Broker.
OPENING OF THE
The Enerlisli Opera Troupe.
I TT71TII MetdamesIIODSON, DrjIlAND.DCCKWOIlTH,
VV and Itn. STBETTON, FIUZEK, F. TREVOR,
LEICESTER, 4c, ki., will appear on
Monday, April 6 th, 1857.
PTRICES AS USUAL. ap2-5t
Respectfully annoances that
Madame Anna de LaGrane-e,
THR ceiet rated Prima Donna, from the Opera Houses
In Paris. Loralon. sr Peter.bura. ard latelv K
V L . .. .
auia, Havana .na nw Orleans, win give
TWO GRAND CONCERTS,
At Odd Fellows' Hall, on the 14tb and 16th of April.
jiaaarue a DE LA GRANGE will he assisted by
M'me SIKDENBUHG, Soprano;
Slcnor CBRESA. Prlrao Tenors;
SicnorTAFFAN'KI.I.1. Primo Barltono:
Al from ihe Italian Opera, in New Tork, and by Mr,
GUTON Pianist, nnnll of Thalbera-.
t3" Price of admiaalon to the Hall. .! 60: lo the n.I-
S3- With every ticket a slip will be given, which wU
secuie a teat
3" Sale of tickets will becin on Thnr'dav. Anrll 0th.
at the Piano and Furniture Store of Messrs. Winston,
Churchill k Co., No. 221 Main street, and continue to
hue evening or the Concert, when the remainlna onec
wllll sold t the door of the Hall.
Doors will open at 7 ; Concert to commence at 8
E3" For particulars see further advertisements and
small Dills jnar28-3we
A. ii JcrL Jii -tli
C. J ROGERS.
WILL BE EXHIBITED AT MEMPHIS,
On board tho "Plofitint? Palaea.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, April G and 7, 1857.
X3" Performance to commence at 2
an' i o'clock, p. M.
3 Doors open half an hour pre
THIS Company Includes selections
from their North American Circus,
from tbe Eastern States; their Rail
road Circus, so celebrated the past sea
son 10 the it id lie states, and their t-n
glnal Floating Palace Circus, and bas
Just closed the mat successful season
evei known In the Circus business, at
their new Amphitheatre In the city of
The entire Company win appear, in
dullnz the following
HENRT MAGILTON, Hurdle Racer,
ujmuast ana Jian-atontey.
OMAR RICHARDSON, Principal
Eia. sinan, Introduces the Bridge
ap ng. nrsi ;ime ta the south
GKOKMK DUNBAR, Gymnast aad
JAMES MACPARLAND, Tight-Rope
uancirr ana uymna.i.
URRCULES L1BST, the man of Iron
nerve, wbo breaks solid roess with bis
CHAi. CROSBr, Dramatic Bqces-
iian anu uymnasi
C'n ARLKS WATERS, IndUn Rider,
Le.per and Gymnast
NATHAN RODGERS. Gymnast and
?tS?S Equestrian of all work
. Mr. C J. Rogers' pupils, vix,
aaici riia.il. oaani, uegreai-
i r . . i n . " i. , ,
tit Bareback Rder In America, and
inn cona or grace ana promise, w
Utile KATE OKMOND, only eight
years of age.
Madam- ORMOKD, Madame LAKE
and Madame DAVENPORT, the beau-
F. ROBINSON', J. PERKINS. C
BROWN, L WOODS and WM. HAM
ILTON, Vanlters, Tumblers, kc.
BILL LAKE, of New Orleans.
Jon.N DAVENPORT, of Georgia.
' GEORGE NICE, ot Maryland.
H. GINTT, of Pennsylvania.
Tbe Trick Ponies, PEGASSUS and
TARTAR, and Jhe finest Ban back and
Pad HORSP.S In the world, all led
by Orro KTLh'3 celebrated BRASS
T3Dress Circle, all Arm Chairs.
no half price .50c
5dFmlly Circle, Cushioned
aeaU. (Children under 111 years
of age half price) .60c
53-Colorcd Gallery 25c
Irrmedlately a'ter each retformanee
la the FL0ATIN5 PALACE, a
Grand Vocal and Instrumental
C O 1ST C E E
By REED'S BAND OF MINSTRELS, will be given la the
Ridotto Saloon, on board the steamer James Raymond.
Gr. 1ST. ElaDrtEJJ'S
GREAT SOUTHERN SHOV!
The only Southern Company now
TRAVELING IN AMERICA!
And the largest snd Best Establishment in
THE UNITED STATES!
Southern Men, Southern Hones. Southern En
terprise agamit the World !
Coaslsting of over TWO HUNDRED
MEN AND nORSES, tbe best perform
ers, th: best Band arid the finest stud
if Horses In America, will be exhibited
THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND
April 9th, 10th amd IItu.
Nt-ar the PostcfSce.
E3-D AT PERFORMANCE oa Friday
G. N. ELuRED proclaims to the
South that, as a return for the generous
patronage that has ever crowned his
florts to please, he has this season
Three Great Shows,
C0.N1 HIPPODROME 1 R0UPE to are
pear, In conjunction with tbe splendid
ANIMAL EXHIBITION aad GREAT
rne great southern circus
Clowns Sam Long, and the great
American Clown and ilbakspearaa Jes
ter, Jimmy Reynolds.
Lady Equestrienne Madame Fran
c nl, the best femal' rider In Christen
ni will appear at each performance
in hex unapproachable act, without sad
dle r bridle.
Mons. Franconl will Introduce bis
unapproachable trained Horses W
Odel, the Comic RUer and great Double
io oer.et Thrower. C. Morrison wtll
istonlsa the audience by his coator
u intst performance "on a chair erected
on a roe thirty feet high, held and
strprortei by Mons. Johnson.
Mr. G. W. Kldred. the Southern fa.
vorite aad champion tour and six horse
Tbe best and most numerous Eques-'rlsn-,
Gymnasts, Clowns and Trained
Horses In tte world.
Master Sanndfr". the champion Equestrian ot the
South. The Van D-Mn Brothers, by Johnson and Jen-
Juveniles ot the company Master James Saunders and
Charlev. In Pantomime. Ballet Dancing. Comic After
pieces, Ice., are among the grand features of this exhibi
tion, making la all the moat attractive and Interesting
entertainment ant the best FIFTT CENT SHOW ever
offered to the people of the South.
Immediately before ..penlng the doors In the afternoon,
A SPLENDID ASCENSION, upon a SINGLE WIRE,
will be made by Mons. Shelar, three hundred feet la dis
tance, to an el vation of GO leet from the grouul. Ihe
graad ascensioa will be exhibited outside the canvas,
free of charge.
The only ltvlag OURAXG OUTANG In America will be
exhibited. ah. iirnmi,iva,
m r3 1 2w , Agent
JIEL IX0T1TES ! MELAIiVOTl PES !
TESnOMGS GALLERT crowded dally great rush for
U the Melainotype. They are unlike the Amtrotype,
Daguerreotype, or Sphereotypc. THET WILL NEVER
Beware I Spurious Imitations are being mads black on
paper. The nnwary are liable to be Imposed upon with
these worthless counterfeits.
None gennlne unless taken by W. n. DeSHONG, he
having the exclusive right of Memphis, for the Melain
otype Patent. Gallery, 161 Mala street, opposite the
Worrbam Hone. feb7
CIGARS, souie very superior.
H. H. POTTER, "
JUST RECEIVED 200 cases Raspberry Brandy, a d,
for sale by H. n. POTTER. Maln-st, t
marS Third door North of Wershsra House.
aLots at Private Sale.
I OFFER foi sale, upon easy terms, unimproved Lots,
121,122,125,126, 103,101, 131, 132. Improved Lots,
169 and 170 being on the plan of anbdivlslonof Greenlaw.
Saffarrana, Looaey & Keele. G. B. LOCKE,
uov2-tf Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
SOME FORTY OR FIFTY ACCLI
MATED COTTOX NEGROES
FROM the State of Georgia, consisting of,
men, women, rwys ana gins. Among them
riu BVlut ll.CIJ 1.UJ1UCB. la a lew
BS days we intend to concentrate oar purchases
from Kentucky and Vlrgiala to this point, and live the
buyers of this country an opportunity of Investing their
money la good Negroes. Give ns a call before making
mar22-3m BOLTON. DICKINS k CO.
R ANA WAT from tbe subscriber, at Bowie's
Point, Tunica county, Miss., three negro men,
' TOM, black, aged about 23 years, about five
feet eleven Inches blpb. thick under Up, and rather alow
of speech, weighs about 175 pounds.
GEORGE, black aged atom 21 years, about six feet
high, well made, fine countenance, and weighs about 160
WILSOK. black, aged about 22 years, about 5 f set 9 M
or 10 laches high, weighs sbout 150 pounds, has a slight
derect in his walk ai ii nts iet were sore.
If taken-outef .the Stale, and lodged In Jill at Mem
phis, I will pay the above reward. If within theState,
aud secured so I get them, fifty dollars . ,
E. W. DALE,
taarl8 dawtf , . Bowie's Point, Tunica caunty; Mill,
DR. JOHNSOX'S lmMARY,
TOR diseases or TUX
EYE AND EAR,
SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS,
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c,
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East ofCemserclal Hotel,
usijiiujw jidiiirniai ix.ine
SIIL.HXERY ESTABLISHMENT I
Wm. JT. Hassan
(SUCCESSOR TO MRS. S. H. PEPLOW )
ao. 18G Main Street Old Stand.
Opposite wbrsnam House
fTtHIS extensive establishment bas been purchased br
X byWM J HAS3ALL.of New Tork. and baaunder-
auuc cxienaive renalrs and eniariements. for the nnrnou
w .cvciviu a targe ana complete siock or
And also to introduce into the establishment a
To superintend which Mr. Hassan has seenred the aer.
vices of Madame de Bond, from the celebrated Dres.-
aaaaing jssiaDiisDment of Madame Demerast, New Tork.
The stork ot Millinery Goods which la now h-lnr nnened
comprises one of the finest, largest aad most complete
that bas ever been brought to this city, embr.ciBg every
fashionable, new and beantltol atyle ot
Bonnets, Flowers, Head-Dresses, Mantillas,
And everything aDoertalnlne in tfc unit.,. n.-..
Making and Fancy Goods Busines t The particular at-
me cnoiceri seienion ever brouaht to tbla mirV.t r..
mer euatomers .nd ladl a generally are solicited to ex
amine the new stock, now being opened which win be
reads for lripection on THUR3DAT, the 19th Inst.
13" N B. Couatry Milliners aunnlled at v. "vTTTv
Piano Fortes for sale.
I HAVE In stire. lust received d 1.-4
from New Tork TWELVE pravn
I F0RTKS, from 6 1-3 to7 octave, of supe-
Inlaid with Pearl. Ther will be sold at vre.ti i
prices. This prweats a most favorable opportunity to
ml(.lllu I .... . . . "
t""1"" - .Mi;iut luiKDmnti at a oargata. Terms
iaauc i sai. purcaasers. o. B. IXJCKE
dec-13 tf Auctioneer and Real Estate. Broker.
NEXT MONDAY AFTEEN00N.
Corns an fl Bunions.
DB. T. H. D' ALT ON.
QURGE&N PEDIST to the Royal Families of Eaglaad,
sj ,iiuwiuuru(iuiii. 1 1 u ill Kfrenr. aitreez i.niim
and Castl Lawn Douglass. Isle of Man. ben r..r(ini
ly to mate known, that, having recently arrived la New
uiicam .u a professional lour of tke United Stales o.
Am-rica. he Is at present oa a visit of a few days oaly t.
MEMPBTi, during w&lca time he may be consulted hi
those aHiCted with CORNS, both bard and soft, BUN
IONS and troublesome TOE NAILS, all cf which, bow
ever long standing acd bad. he auarantiea In . re mm
ates to remove and effectually and neimmentli
without tbe slightest pain or inconvenience, either durltg
.uric tiuiHiii gr aiieiwarui. ana upob xerma ao atrlrLss
reasonable as to place his services within the reach cf ai
wbo require theau
S3" Otfiee. Room No. 3. first door to the rl-ht ( th.
icpor uanies- tniraoce. commercial Hotel. VmnM.
Office hears from 10 a. m. tut half east I r. ar . .rd
frem half past 2 till 5 o'clock, r. at., daily, during his
txr iimitm aiay.
From James Toung, M. D., Memphis.
Dr D'Alloa has extracud several verv troublesome
coral, of long standing, frem the feet of a member ot my
iauiii7, iu a orosfc aa.ii.iui, paimess ana masterly maaair.
JAMES TOUNG, M. D.
Memphis, March 30th, 1S57.
I frem p. G. Roche, Esq., Banker, Memphis 1
Dr. D'Alton bas extracted several Corna from nr tm-t
to-day. I am much pleased as well aa benefited bv the
oper.tkm. r. G. ROCHE.
Meapbls, March 27, 1857.
From W. J. A!go, Forwarding Merchant, Memphis.
Dr D'Alton has extracted several corns from rar feet.
and has givm me g eat satisfaction by his very skillful
and prempt manner of operating. I would recommend
htm to all persons affiiited with ceres.
W. J. ALGEO.
Memph.s, March 27. 1857.
From E M. Terger, E,q., Counselor and Aiurney,
For fifteen years I hare beea suff'rlag Intense caln
from two very severe corns. Tbis morning they have
bten exf acted by Dr. D'Alton In a ve-y skillful, painless
and r.pki manner, and I new feel a degree of ease and
want ut sulTerleg about my feet that I hae not felt for
years. I can rt commend him fully to all who suffer froa
coras. E. M. TERGER.
Memphis, March 29th, 1857.
From Dr. Cartwrlght, New Orleaas, late of Natchei.J
Dr. D'Altoa Is aa adept In his profession. I can aafels
recommend him as such, having this morning most skin
ful y and patileesly removed two very troublesome Corns
f om my tee , and four otheia from members of my fam
ily. SAML.A CARTWRIGHT, M. D.
New Orleans, January ii, 1857.
f From L. R. Marshall. Esq.. Natchrz.1
I have had ccasloa to call la the services of Dr. D'AI
tea, ia his profession, and I have no hesitation la saying
that his ekiil far surpassed my expectations: the oDera-
tion being complete without the least pain
Natcurz, -March z. L. R. MARSHALL.
From Dr. J. L. Crawcour, Profesar of Chemlstr)
school of Medicine, New Orleaas
I have much pleasure la certifying to the nrofessloca
skill and ability of Dr. D'Altoa. he has extracted trol
blesome Coras from my feet la a perfect!) painless mai
ner I can therefore recommend him as aa ooeraUi
whose skill can be relied upon.
J. L. CRAWCOUR, It. D
New Orleans, Jan. 25, 1857.
From John C. Iage, M. D., Natchez.
I take pleasure la recommeadlnc Dr D'Altoa to those
afflicted with Coras or troubles me Toe Nails, bavlai
.suiiuuy opsraieu upon me ana reitevea me ot nails
growing into the flesh without any pain whatever.
Natchex, Feb. 13, 1S57. JOHN 0. INGE, M. D.
S3- Dr. D'Al'oa has already received aum'rous satis
factory testimonials fully concurring in the above, which
may be seen at bis efflte, lududing those of John P. Wsl
worth Esq , G Ralston, E-q., Richard A. Inge, Eiq.,0
Metcalfe, Esq., Mr. Hush Elliott, chemist, etc ; M.J. n
Chotard, rnd others equall well known.
Thonsandi of testimonials. Including those of some
the most distinguished medical praclltUners ia Europt
may be seen on application ; but aa the above are frotr
well known and hUhly respectable Physicians la thii
country, they are selected as most likely to prove satli
Please to remember the address and hours of attend
N. B The above office has beea selected as being m si
retired acd con venlen for visitors than any ether rot i
la tbe Commercial Hotel. mar2t-2w
BOOTS, SHOES. BROGANS. &C.
do you want to say Shoes of any una
Ladles', Meas', or Children, Geatle
meas'. Boys aad Youths' fine or common
BOOTS, SHOES, or BROGANS7 Goto
801 Main Street, Memphis,
Next door to W. H. Hunt's Queeasware 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.
marlo-sm nabLAua & ia.i 1 1.1.13.
ROSE P. THOMPSON,
SEJxLO V i 1) .
I WOULD announce to the ladles of Memphis and sur
rounding country tbat I have rrmoved to No. 277
Mala street, Fer go son 4c N'elU'i late stand. I have al-o
connected wl h my Millinery business aa extensive Dress
Making establishment, where all the latest styles ot ma
king and trimming will be received direct from Europe,
aad solicit their patronage. marzs-im
NEW MILLINERY GOODS,
At No. 8 Court street,
BETWEEN' MAIN' STREET AND FRONT ROW.
Mrs. II. CARTER
HASJnst retnrnrd wlth.her stock ef Spring and Sum
mer Millinery, and will open on FRIDAT, the 27th
Instant, co-ilstine in part of
Fine rrencn no. era ;
Fine French Wreaths ;
ladies' and Misses' Bonnets ;
Ribbons, Dress Bats;
lace and Edgings ;
And a gene- al assortment of Millinery Goods. The la
dles of Memphis and vicinity are respectfully Invited to
call and examine for themselves.
mar55-tf H. CARTER.
ACCURATELY adjuted to the eye, so as to suit the
most difficult vision, without occasioning that ien?e
of weakress or fatigue to the organ generally complained
of by wearers cf common glasses, but enabling the weartr
of this Improved Spectacle to pursue the most mlnnte
employment either by day or candle light, with ease and
CHUN. MTJLLEB, Optician,
W -. or the riRst or
nxrDTvr TiriTT.T.TyR "RTtn .
-S.7f 111WAI .--.f
' ' 'if Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
'Clocks, Watches, Jcwcivy,
Maditon-tt , bet. Main and Front Row,
OPPOSITE I. B. KIRTLAND'S OFFICE, MEMPHIS.
jO PARTICULAR attention paid to the repairing
f Watches by an experienced workman. Being
(sS3,deleralnednot to be excelled la superior work
aaaaiaBVmsnship In this branch ot the business, we have
engaged a first dais Watchmaker, and cao natter our
selves la saying that there la ao House, East or Wett.
that can boast ot a better. Clocks carefully repaired and
warranted Jewelry and Spectacle, of every description
made to order. Old Jew'lry neatly repaired, and Specta
cle Glasses Inserted In old frames to suit every sight.
P. S. The numerous complaints of persons who have
been lTposed upon by Individuals peddlkg through the
country aa Inferior article of spectacles, representing
them to be these Improved glasses, render It necessary
that we should canti.n the public against such venders,
and protect the reputation of our glasses. AH spectacles
made by us are stamped w"th the name ot the firm.
marlO-daw CHRISTIAN MULLER & BRO.
Planters. Look, to Your Interest!
WE are still agents for tbe sale of the EAGLE GIN
STAND Aetna! tests prove tbat the Gin j now be
ing manufactured are the best In use.
For lightness of draught, rpeed, and making a fine sam
ple, these Glas cunot be equaled.
Now Is the time to send ta your orders, so as to have
them made aad to arrive here la time fer the next crop.
HARRIS, WORMEI XT k CO., Agaals,
mr25 daw3m No. 8 Front Row, Memphis.
3- Enquirer copy.
100 Barrels Flour,
VARIOUS brands, frem the best Extra to Snperfiae,
for sale by B. MERRILL,
cct , . , Mala street.
STOYALL & MITCHELL.
293 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS,
Have Just received aad opened the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OP
P I 3NT E
Spring1 and Suniiner
THET have ever offered for sale la Memphis s and the
Unrest stock of the NICEST and BEST MADfc
SHIRTS ever brought to any Southern city, cemprlilnz
every variety of
litoa. Linen and Mars a.
Bosoms. In white or colored.
With no collars, standieg or Byron collars.
And with plain or French caffs.
Also, a cemnlete assortment r Silk, rs.na Marlnn
Lisle Thread and Gaase Cotton Undershirts ;
Silk. Gasse Marino. IJ.le Thread rt.nu rVtim. T inea
and Drill Drawers ;
aus, narine, Thread and Cotton naif Hose ;
Silk, Thread. Cotton. Eidd. Bsek.VIn .nil .H tlnd. nt
Bacdkeiehlefs. Cravats. Stock. Tie. SnnniW Snt.
perder End, Straps, ke., kc.
aiso, one Boots ami shoes ;
Fine Sole Leather and Cemmen Trunks J
Valises. Carpet Bags, Umbrellas;
And evary variety of tbs latest .trie. f iv "!.. .
mere, Leghorn. Panama ard Soft na! s. j
uur stock of Sois' and ChtMrea's Clethtsg will be
iuuuu me iimni anu men compteie in the etty. compri
sing ever variety, and to Ot from three years old and up,
to which, we Invite the soecial attention ot our fri.nd.
and the public In general, assuring them tbat no effort
nail te spared to pleaae and give them perfect satisfac
tion. STOVALL A. MITCHELL.
mar2S-2w 233 Mala street
TO TIIE LADIES AND. GENTLEMEN OF
JAMES MILLSON. fcrraerly of Cineln
rati. Ohio, woakl respectfully announce to
the citizens ef Memnhla that be h. oneDed'
a BLEACHING and PRESSING Establishment on Union
street, near IVSotn. where Rnnn.i. put. rtinev .ivj
Gents' Hats will be done tn the best style fer those whe
laxor mm wua their patronage Also, Bonnets dyed and
ymaxaj 191" .lores, St lOW prtCOS..
Pleaae give him a call, on rjaloa street, aear DeSoto.
MEMP'ilS IXSURAXCF COMPANY,
Sam. Mosby, Prcs't; Ben May, Soc'y.
orrieE ox jeti-essoh stsset.
A. O. Harbij, Sam. Mosbt,
Q. C. ATXI5J0.T, T. W. WlLXISSOX,
J. O. Grzeiilaw, T. H. Aeixx,
J. J. RAWLiaaj. '
AHEAD OF THE "WORLD !
THE CRY IS STILE THEY COME.
PARK & PEPjLOW.
2X9 TvTw.iyi Strcot,
ARS making tho fiaett PICTURES la the world. AH
we ask la for yea aH to call aad examine them fer your
made only at tiie Star Gallery. Jin-datn
3NT 33 "V
WATT HES Seme very flae.
JEWELRT New styles.
SILVERWARE Cm line.
SILVER PLATED GOODS Best quaiily.
SPKCTACLkS To suit every ccaditten of sight,
GUNS Best makers.
PISTOLS Fall assortment
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY.
Making by far the best assortment ever aaered la this
market F. H. CLARK k CO..
mar2S No. I CUrk's Marble Block.
TR. SAUNDERS' office at J. M. Sledje k Co.'s Drug
Store, near the Post Office.
VZT A. EDMONDS, M. D , (lite of nopklnsviDe, Ky.
VV Homeopathic and Hydropathic Physician, tenders
bis pregesslenal services to the citizens of Memphis.
iiesiaanc xaaisoa street, aexstotbe Planing Min.
Ofilce Madison street, adjoining the Adncate office.
Refers to McCombs k Trice. J. Toriin Jc Son. W J.
Davlc and W. E. Milton. martd-gm
DR. f ENNBR atteads exclusively to Surgical Diseases,
east as Piles, Filiate In Aao, Strictures, Staae In
Bladder, Ulcers. Cancers, Tumors, Polypus, Diseased
Bones and Joints, Deformities from Bams. Hair-Lin.
Contracted Tendons from loss ot Lips, Cheek, Nose, Eye
lids, Ac, Closed Jaws from Salivation, and all other dis
eases and deformities requiring Surgical aid.
JEJTJE vfwV JEMS.
DR. FEKNER also atteads to all Diseases ot tbe Eye
acd Ear, aad Is prepared to Board Patleats from a
X3 Office oa Mala street, la Walker's Bunding, rest
dence oa Court street. sepgO-dtwawlyins
WE are requested to announce the name of S. A
MOORE as a candidate for the office ot City Marshal, at
the ensuing Juae elections. marl9-te
WE are authorized to announce JAMES O. REIN
HARDT as a candidate tor the office ot City Marshal, a
tbe ensuing Municipal Election la June next, marl 9-te
I WILL sell for cash or short paper, very low
the following CITY LOTS, belonging to tbe estate
of J. H. Talbot. (Said sale Is ordered bv Court :
Lot No. 7 la Bock 17; Lot N. It la Block 16: Lo-
No. IS la Block 17; la froat ot the Gajoso House.
Lets No 1 aad 2 la Block 14, on the corner of Shelb)
and Beal streets.
Also, Lot No. 13 and 14, on Second street, betwven
Union aad Gayoso streets.
mar26-lm J. M. PRO VINE, Agent.
O -eSu 3t 3L J3
HAVING Just returnod from a business tour North
with all the facilities for taking fine, durable
Daguerreotypes, Ambro types, &c.,
I am now ready In person to serve my friends and tin
public generally In my line, oa the most reasonable terms
I have ao asw tangled patents and dap-trap processes
to offer the public. My establishment has to stand o
faH amid all the blazonry of Its neighbors, upon its owi
Latest Arrivals : :
ittF are now la receipt or a large portion of our beau
VY tltul and magnificent Spring stock of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
Consisting la part of
BBRAGE and ORG AND EE ROBES,
LACES, ot every variety,
EXQUISITE LACE SETTS and EMBRO'DERIES, of
every description all latest styles.
A general and comp e'.e assortment of Planters' Goods,
Gents Cloths; Plata aad Fantfy Casslmere and Testings
of tbe most approved patterns ; Mea and Boys' Furatsh
log Goods ; nats. Caps, Boots and Shoes ; Trunks, Va
Uses, Carpet Bags, Carpeting aad Matting; and la addi
tion, all articles nsoally kept In oar Ime. All of whlrb
we propose selling very low for cash.
Give us a call, and we pledge ourselves yen shall havr
good Goods, aad at the lowest market prices.
March 19. POPE k BROS
PURSUANT to a Deed ot Trust, mads aad catered lata
oa the ISth day of February. A r 1S56, by Thomas
S. Cogswell aad Aaaa M. Cogswell his wife, whereia 1
am appelated Trustee, for certain purposes la said deed
set forth, I will proceed to sell at public auctlsB, tor cah
la froat of G. B. Locke's auction store, on Mala street,
la the city of Memphis, Teaaesaee. on FRIDAT, the 1st
day ot May, 1837, to tbe blgnest bldier for cash, the fol
lowing described piece or parcel ot ground, 1,1ns, being
and situate la the city ot Memphis aad State of Teaaes
see. to-wlt : Said lot or parcel ot rraad la known and
designated aa the lot ot grouan deeded to Ford. Taylcr k
Robinson by W. L. Vance, and bounded as follows, viz :
Beriming at a stake on the north side of Beal street,
about sixty feet eaat of the eastern bank cf Bayou Gay
oso ; thence eastwardly with the north side of Beal street
thirty feet to a stale ; thence northwardly at right angles
with Beal street one hundred and fifty tret to an alley :
thence westwardly with said alley thirty feet to a stake,
and them e southwardly to the beginning teing sonth-w-st
corner et B!cck No. 64 of the South Memphis sub
dlvls'on. I will convey said property to the purchaser in
as full and complete a manner as I can as Trustee, and
not la aay other way. II C. CLARKE,
Important to Cotton Planters I
TIIE TAILOR PREMIUM C0TT0X GIN,
CLEMATIS, BHOWN & CO.,
THE subscriber begs leave to call the attention of
Planters to an examination of tbe merits ot these
Gla Standi, which possess la a greater degree the quali
ties to be desl ed ti a Cottoa Gib vu : Speed, Light
Draught, and Good Sample thaa any Gia extaat, and
are offered ou as reasonable terms as any establishment
la the South. , .
I feel roily authorized la ssyiag that I eaa furclsh. all
thlags considered, a sapenor Gla Stand to any factory la
the United States. .
Messrs. Fowlkes, Mount k Co. are agents for the sale
of these Gins, who will keep a supply of various sizes oa
hand, or will order any size at short notice. Office on
Jcflirsoa street, Memphis, Tena. .
mar20-dtwaw6Ei S. A. THORNTOK, Ag't.
PIANO PORTE, PURNITTJBE,
Carpet and Curtain Rooms.
PIANOS of A. A. Ga'e
k Co.. Llghte, Kewtcn k
Bradbury; Rosewood. Ma
bneanr and Walnut Parlor
nj sim Tnroimri!. Sofas. Divans. Bureaus. Ward
robes, Seieretaries, Cottage Matble Top Bed Room Suits,
and a large assortment or Common Furniture.
Sprlmr, Hair, Moss, Cottca aad Shack Mattresses made
to order. Oil Carpeting, from thiee to elghteea feet
-m. ir.nr.trv. Krai.eli and fYimmon Carpets. Trsas
parent Sltsdes and Curtains. Carpets. Curtalas aad Cor
nices, mde by aa experienced- Upholsterer. .Loosing
nt... nr picture Frames made to order. Pianos taaed,
and all kinds of Musical Instruments repaired by expe
rienced workmea. H. M. GKusvairsutt,
Mala street, betweea Madlsen aad Monroe,
Leaves MpKDAT MORNING, Aprils a, at lO.o'ckck.
Past Line for Louisville.
REGULAR MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE LINK.
XOW PRESSURE STEAMER.
NORTHERNER J. p. SMITH, Master.
W THI3 fleet aad tight draught steam? .
freringsBp-rlor Indarements te passro-
,S'r' aaa anippers, wta leave aa above
for ia.ro ana LoulsvrHe.
Consignees w II receive their freight on the Live
wbrn notified otherwtse lt'wtrj be stored at their rxrenre.
Fer freight or pasaagv having seperUr accommoda
tions, apply ea board 37 fci
mar3l-td EAVAXLETTK SttMORRIS, Agar Is.
Meniphis, White River and Napoleon
TJ. S. MAIL PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia & Concordia,
STEAMER HATE fll'EE,
JOHN T. SHIRLKT. Master.. ..WM. T. WOOD, t .
L THIS new, splendid aad fast stumer.
3 bavmg been purchased fer the Packet
Trade la place of the James Laaghiia.wall
continue reguiany in tne traae. leaving
atemphis every M U.N DAI ana flllDAI at 3 o'tseci p.
M., punctually, connecting at Napoleon with White ald
Arkansas river boats, taking freight and passengers ta
White river at regular rates. Returning, leaves Napo
leon every TUESDAY and SATURDAT, arriving at Mem
phis Sunday and Wednesday evenings.
Thangf..' for former patronage, the owners hope ta
merit a continuance of the lame to their new boat, pro
mising strict attention to basiaess.
LAVALLETTK k MORRIS, Ageata.
Notice to SmrrEas. The Frlatee'f win receive
freight until one o'clock oa Mondays, and daring ths en
tire day Thursdays, and until one o'clock Fridays.
X2X3tTOsoztA3a.'t to FosiAles
DB. CtTHKSKMATTS PILLS.
THE combiaatieas of Ingredients in these Pfiia are the
result of a long and extensive practice. They are
mild in their operation, and certain la correcting all ir
regularities, painful raeastruatkia, removing aH obstruc
tions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain la
the side, palpitation of the heart, disturbed sleep, which
always arise from lalemrptloa ot nature. They can be
successfully used ar a preventive. These Pills should
never be taken is pregnancy, az -they would be sore to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and
free from anything Injurious to Ufa or health. Explicit
i&ectlens, which should be read, accompany each box.
Price . Tot sale la Memphis by
s. Mansfield 4. co.
g. d johnson;
WARS k JONES
X3 Sent by roan by endostag $1 to Dr. C0RN3L1CJ3
L. CHEESEMAN, No. 192 Broadway, New York,
THE subscriber weaM resaeatfoSy, an
nounce to ib- ladies of M'maoas asd.tar
roabding country, that be is bow opening a
eeBBiete fiesh -loci of FARM M1LL1NHRT.
f FANCT DRY GOODS. LACES. EMBROtB-
KRIES. ard a geaeral assortment of LAMES
FANCY GOODS, which be Is prepared to seH-at tbe
very lowest prices far cash.
AC kinds et MILLINERY made te order atthe shortest
notice. WM. SILBBRBBRG,
No. 20 Mala street, third door abore Lehman's Dry
Goods Hoase. msrSa
r WILL sen, ea easy teno. that Let sKaatedfai
a. noravast eoraer et KUeMt aad Arery streets, frealtng
l8)feetiB Elliott atreet, aad i:S ftet on Avery street,
and Is'boasded oa the east by Bledsoe Uley, which ia 30
f-etwide. This is one ef the awwt desirable ReaMeBoe
Lots la Sooth Memphis, beiag aaaveateatts-Iecaled to
baiaess aad la a good Betgaaoihaod. I WW sell the
hole or divide It, as may be desired.
Apple u . J. C. DAVIS,
marS7-if A t Baak ot Memphis.
FOR the f.Woii hag article en storota assfMVALVtAL
GB0&.0O.'3WIIAXFBOAT. MfaaBa! Teaaessee.
Mart 2 1307:
7. Stegg, Meaaphis. I box and 1 chest;
1 chest wltaaat aay asark ;
Levi Joy, Bs.Hvar, Tcbb., 1 box;
C. T. Bradford, mar's Fetal. I bariateSlddtsrrT
20 sackn cottoa sed aad peUvWMaaat any mark
R. C HempBttt, Memphis, lot hoasehoM feodSf bex-
e. Ac ; ;
M. G., care Daval, Algeo k Om., Mrafal, 5 bsxfs;
L, St, Loats, 2 boxes ;
T B ThraH, Mempnis, ibax;
Edward Flood, Memphis, 1 bareaa ;
M A. Deaa Aabara, Tena., 1 Orate;
J. P Knight. Memphis. 0 box Tobacco ;
Jae. M. WMHaauoa, Men phis, 3 barrels.
If nut railed for at end ef the moath. wM be disrosed
of ta pay charges.
mart-doet DUVAL. ALGEO k CO.
CHARLES N. EEICH,
FAXCY AND FAMILY ' GROCERIES,
32S MA1X-ST., WEST SIDEj
isocrn of union street.)
HAS Just receive.! a large assortment of EUROPEAN
LUXURIES, SBca as Pmsslaa Ceese Breasts, Bruas
rick Sausages Bel ta Gelee. Paiet ie Foies d'Oiet.de
Canard, de Becaues en Trufe, Green Vegetables, eea
st.ilozct Asparagus, Beans. Peas, etc; Anjevishy Hot-
ana Herrings, uusnrg ana Sap saga Cheese, French
Chocolate, German Prvaes, Rbeoleh, Hungarian M.iel
and French WINES, Cove Oysters, Lobsters. Sardtees.
Sauces, Pkktes, etc.. and - geaeral assertme it of FANCT
and FAMILY GROCERIIS.
Many of the aboveartides are forth), first time im
ported Into tbe United Slates, aad eae be had la Mem
phis ONLY of OSASN. ERICH.
Thos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
HAVE for sale the Residence and 183M acres st land
belonging lo Thon-os Peters. Esq., lytag ea the State
Lire Road and the Memphis and Charleston RaRrcad, 21
miles eaat ot Memphis, at Bray's Station The Improve
ments consists of a Jwi ling, built ia Gothic Style, 9 large
rooms aad 2 a mall oi.es, with closets, store rooms, Ac
Kitchen, 2 servants' rooms, cistern, weH, stables and
barn, carriage hotue, wages shed. Ac, Ac. In abort. It
is one ot the best improved places 1b Shelby county, aH
lew and ia perfect order. I will seH the improvement
and S3. 4 acres of land, or aU together. If desire. I wtM
sell tbe stock of sheep, hogs, and cattle, corn, fodder, cat.
aad pork, slaughtered aad packed ta the smoke boas. A
bargain will be given. Apply to The. Petera, os tho
premises, or to G. B. LOOPK,
dec 21 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker
Suburban Residence for Sale.
OFFER fer sale, upon good terms, the former Resi
dence ot C. F. King, Esq., lying oa the north side ef
the new State-line read, a mile and a halt east of the
dty. The tract contains 11 acres, and is Improved wMh
a small residence cf three rooms, weH and other improve
ments. Also, a four acre wood let, aearly opposite. This tract
:s wlthla three quaaters of a mile of a good church aid
school, aad Is la one ot the best aad healthiest nelghbor
uooda la the vicinity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE,
covll Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
HAVE soMoat my Stable on the corner ef Union aad
Second streets, resigned all my account!, and.mado
an arrangement for the prompt tettlemtnt ef alt my ru
ieblednett. I take tbis public mode of returning my sin
cere thankr to my kind friends aad patrons, (those who
jald, aad ef cordially recommending my successors, la
hse hoarsty aad Integrity I have the most ImpHeit re
:iaice, and whom I take a special pleasure in rtcomin end
tig to my nameroas friends as kiad aad courteous geatle
men, from whom yon caa always get value tor your
Honey. R. R. BLACK.
Memphis, February 4, 1867.
The above card ot oar eld friend Black wiH appriseiur
friends of Memphis and sarrseadiBg country that wo
aa be found at tke above stand at aH hours, both day,and
light, ready and willing ta serve our friends :n any de
partment ot the Livery basmess, Mr. Black's Indebted,
oess will be promptly adjusted by the undersigned, as fa. t
as means come into their hands frem the assets of said
R R Black
mar20-lra N. P. FERRELL k CO.
TRU TEE'S SALE.
pursuance et a Deer of Trust executtd to me by 3,
V. Richardson, for heteneatof 0. D. McLean, dated
Ihe 13th day of December, 1865, ai d daly recorded lnfthe
Register's office of the county of Shelby and State of
.Tennessee, i will proceed to seil for cash at pub lc ta'e.
'at my Aacion Koom.ai it o-coca.oa iuuuai, ins ita
layer April. 1857 the follewing described property, aad
ZBewaanddes ried la C. D. McLraa's sub-division as.
tots No 9. 10, 11, 12, 15 and 16, aad bounded as fetlowa:
Beginning at the interaction of th east side of McLean's
Avenue with He ctntreof the Memphis and Germ.ntot rn
Plaakroad. the a-rthwest eoraer of lot No. 9; thei.ee
eaitwawly with the centre ot said Plaskread eight hat -tred
.eet (600 feel) to the northeast corner ef lot No. 12;
ihence southwardly a parallel line with McLean's Ave
nue tight hundred and seventy-two fwt to th north side
,f an avenue forty fsel wide; thence westwardly with
'.he notth side o' taM avenue four hundred feel t tbe
south cest corner ot lot No. 15; thence north arSy en
he divW lor line between lets No. 14 aad 15 and paralet
with McLean's Avenue four hundred and ihlriy-slx feet
in the northwest corner of lot Na 15 ; thence westwardly
a parallel with tbe centre cf the Plank read .foresaid fear
hunderdteet (400 leet) to the southwest coiner of lot No
Bine (No. 1) on the east side ot McLean's Avenue font
hurdred and thirty-six feet (438 feet) to the beginning;
twelve acres, (12 acres; more or less.
The title to the above property i believed to be, good,
out I win otd, convey such title as is vested la m as
Trustee AR right of redemption Is expressly waived by
the terms of the Deed of Trust
mar2S-tds G. B. LOCKE, Trustee.
Clerli's Sale of Valuable City
Fraxer Titus, Lonlra V. Kelson "1 . .,,,, ,
and Stlth M Nelson, minors. I .eR Satire" rir
by their guardian aad aext uu Ut
fiieadJ. M. Previne. J H,Tn-
PURSUANT to a Decree of the Circuit Court of Shelby
county, render. d at the September Term, 1345, la tho
above cans, I will, on
SATURDAT, THE 2D OT MAT, 1S57,
on the premises, la- the city of Memphis, proced to seS
to the highest bidder, a valuable Lot ot Gioaad, being
partot Lots 138, 137 sai 133, fronting 3-1 feet VA leches
oa Exchange Square, and running back east I43K tretja
Mala street, la the dty of Memphis, ccaay of Sheliy
aad State of Tncisee. , (-
Terms or Sale. One-third cash: balsnea oa a
credit of one aad two years, la rqual issLalmeats. Par
chaser to execute bond ncurlty for the unpaid purchase,
moaey, anj a Hen will te retained oa the Lot rmtlTjfiaal
payment Is made.
Nevertheless, said Lot will be cCered st prlvats sale
upon the above terms, until the. above time; when, lr a
suitable purchaser Is not found, said Lotiwlll beVsold ae
aforesaid. Fer I articular,, call on prater Titus,, J..M.
Provlne. or me. ' -
marCS-tda M P. L. STEWART. QerkAc
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