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THE DAILY APPEAL.
SUNDAY APRIL 5, 1857.
DIYIJIE SERVICES THIS DAY.
Cumberland Presbyterian Clfarch, Court street, between
Seesnd andTalrd, Rev. A. M. Ertak, raitor. Services
at 10M o'clock a. ac., aad 7 M .la the evening. Also, wor-il-lp
evir7 TR"edreiday night.
Christian Church, earner, of Linden and St. Patrick
streets, per. Dr. TV. J. Basbee, Pastor. Services at
l&U e'eieet a. m., aBd 7 r. at.
First Presbyterian Church, earner ot PtpUr and Third
streets , KeT. J. O. Steaduak," Paster. Services at
16 H o'clock a. m ; and at early gas-light. Lectures on
Wednesday evening, and Prayer Meeting on Friday even
lnga ef each week.
Wesley Charge, corner ef Paplir and Second streets.
Rev. J. X. Temmx, Paster. Services at 10K o'clock a.
m., and 7 p. af.
Afarj Ohapel, earner of Hernando and Linden streets.
Rev. P.T.TooaLE, Paster. Services at 10 K o'clock
A. at.. .'Ad 7 p.m.
First Baptist Church, Sesaed street, between Adams
aadWasbJagten streets, W. OAnEr Crake, Pastor.
Services at 1X o'clock a. m., aBd "p.K.
Lutheran Obarck, en Main between Market and 'Win
chester streets, SeT. Mr. Be ver, Paster. Serrices at
IBM o'clock A. It., and 3 o'clock p. m.
Esttxeepal CfeuTCb, comer et Adams and Second streets.
Rev. Dr. C. T. Qoistakb, Rector. Services at 11 a.
sc., and7K P. M.
g"Rev. J. If. Wabdel, D. D., will preach
In tae Sensed Pireeytetiaa Chares te-dey, at 11 o'clock.
$s? We are indebted to Mr. Kerr, of the
waaifbeat, fer a bate New Orleans paper.
(57" We are indebted to the clerk of the
steamer Alio teen or a package of late St. Louis papers.
" Tbe Theatre will not open until next
Wednesday events?;, when the Esgiith OperaTreupe win
' The next sieetin? of the MecinhWFire
AsseciattsB wBt be keM at the call of lBTincrMt'FCom-
P say. No. 5, ob Wednesday evening.
Messrs. Scalding &. Rogers' Circus
be here to-day, and give a performance ta marrow
aBerteen, aad also another In the even tor, on board tie
. Madame La Grange will give a Con
cert at OtM Feftewe' MaH, stoat tbe 3eth last. Those
was have heard her alec say e is sapefiet to Jekxt
Lisb, as a veeattst.
EtBBEB'a Circus Coaipanv will be here
Bext itjatsday, ami give perfcrsaaaces ea the lot at the
eeiser of Seeead and JetJenoa streets. They wWremaln
Cbimikal Court. Tbe case of the State
vt.JRMwia was r filled yeoterday alteraeor aad g.vea
to taeiary, who hi not agreed aaoa a lerdtet at the ad'
jMrsweat f Coart taet eveelnfi.
Distinsuisheb Mississippians. We had
tt9 plossare t Tisits ysterday frwa Bv. J. X. Wad-
'rBtt, aad Prof. L. Q C. Lamas, Iweh of tbe utssif
sopad DsrtversWy, at Oxford. They ntern home by the
cars to atorrow nenitag.
Coal Boat Lost. We understand that a
coal boat betaaaitig to Mr. M. Walt, ot this crty, run
agoaaet the wreck of the 5fsMtt ea Friday night, and
saak. The boat was fMsa Pitts bergs, and the lots was a
' Tbe Bext regular monthly meeting of
the Taaac Mob's Christian Association will be held next
Tsssoday night, the 7th test., at their reoon, Xe. 33
Mala street. A fall attendance is requested, as the sab
ot ot revtetes the Oosstitatioa is to be breagh4 under
Hk. Stephen' Adams. This distiagnished
geadlesaaa has bow made Memphis his permanent resl
tHum tn sani parpose of parsateg hie prof essien, having
eattretr nHhdiaws JjO-m peMstf. We wish htm the
grit oe,. HU aariawear. oar paper oMhi. I
Railroad Distances. The distances hy
KaaroM mm Meesaais to imarKstos is 763 mi es ; from
Memo Ms to Stophtasoa, 271 BHes; from Memphis to
ShaManooga, 36 ; from MerspbM to Atlania, 449; from
'Memphis to Aagaala, 60 ; and from Augusta to Charles
ton, 136 maktac tee whole distance 763 miles.
The Citt and Coeporation. Notwith
standing the many heavy drafts which have been made
aponoar otty aad treasary dariog the carreat corporate
joar, it is yet a matter of grata at Ion that the credit of
tbecMy baa bees eastatsed both abroad and at home, and
aaaer sack ctreaBHtaBces as to establish a gaaran'y
that, with JsdieJoas legislation upon the part ot the
Board of Mayor and Aldermen, tbe cr dit of the city will
be piaood asoa a basis which eanaot fail to eHelt the
msnt pasKc eeaMeace ba its stability and permanency.
Taos, however, has been tbe case is tbe face of abaca
waFoaeee apsa the part of our heavy tax-payers to go
Xorward aad costrrbate by the payment of their taxes for
the c as seat eotporate year to toe BulBttnance of the par
Talae of dty eerie aad the ltgaidetieB et heavy debts
atotartag almott every week. Xot aaf requently, we un
derstand, have f bete resaHs been broaght about three cb
the exertioaa tf lh-Maror aad gentlemen ceraposing tbe
Finance CoBEsSttee, by vbn Jarge sums have been
raied to meet and sustain the ritj'e obligations opon
tee f Mb of their iadivMcal means and credit. That
help has eseae f rem sources cut tide the city revenue
Btait be evidsnt to the atost esobserving when it is
known that oat of -an amount of over two hundred snd
tweeejr odd tboasand dollars upon the tax book for the
pretest year, over nine months of which have already
expired, and aboat Bineteen thousaBd, through tbe moat
streaeoas exertioas upea the part of the collector, has
beoa cettecied. That this has been the case evinces a
letewaraneos upon tbe parrot wealthy cHiieni to render
that BtaterM aid, in the prompt payment ot tbelr taxes,
weooh the otty has a right to expect, and which Its Inter
est iaspertoaoty demands at tbelr hands. When our
Executive is sometimes censured, as be has been on ac
eeaet of his opposition to expenditures upon the part of
the Board at Aldermen, and to heme improvements which
he Mmaett mar deem of the utmost Importance to the
cttr aad ha fact may desire to forward and tuild up. It will
be seen, from tee above statements, that the fault, if any
leterebe, say belaid with more propriety at tbedoara cf
oar woeMsy tax payers who have in a measure forced
iaoetsppagcot farther cxpceditereo aad improvements
V tasar rat soal to co-operate with bim la the further
aaee of these oedects by an early payment of their taxes.
It as to be icgietted that the aUowaaee ot a heavy dit
asaatdailas; the last corporate year in order to secure an
early tagatBering of the revenue, has iadaced the belief
that saoa a measure eaoaM again be adopted by tbe Coun
aH, aad taat the failure aad determiaatioa upen the part
f nie Mayor aad AMermea sot to do so, has cre
ated a ktad of an obstinacy upon the part of city
tax payers ia peohtiag to withhold their aid fiom
tee arte ootit the very last boor of the expiration of
ia corporate year. While it has been dMcult under
these otrcamatasnes for the present administration to
awasgs corporate a3lf s vthvut some isolated lnetaacK
t wiiiodsaif. It is aeverthsUsi a pleasing and creditable
foatartia Its history that the city's oMigaUsss aferiad
have aM been promptly eomptied with, and her credit
ptoeea aaoa tho beat pooslMe footlag.- Let all who have
the isrtereel aad prosperity ef the city at heart go for
ward aad caatrtvote et U4t by the satisfaction of the le
gttimate demaajbj of abe oeraoratisa ayaki.t them to tbe
farth&- aad molsteee nee of a slate cf affairs t-hkh
maot radeand to the btastt of ilsnoit every individBal.
Oar raSread are progittslag under such circumstances
as to' warrant an early aad speedy eoetmaBicatieo by the
tree horse with all tbe cardinal paints ot the compass.
aed.Meiaaaii, yet is her infancy needs eat a natty ot
heart aad bond vpa the parted her citiseas, with her
aiarai adoanUges to atlara aaaUeaal dif4tactton for
roiMHSr, popaiatlon sod wealth, aBoqaaDedb; any other
etr ie the West.
REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH
Utt el Interments for the Week esdiag so Saterday,
. Aprti 4, lean.
Mares SS Jooaaa SalUvaa, aed 3 years and 4 months
dtieoie. scariot fever.
" 3-R. W. Dyer, aged 3 years; disease, scariot
" 9 Xezro hoy, a god 3 moatbs ; disease, pneumonia.
Aartl 1 3. SeBivaa. a red 1 rear ; disoase. scarlet fever.
1 Mary Kennedy, aged 2 years; disease, scarlet
" X lafaat of Mrs. J. Ultebler, a?ed 1 day ; disease
not resorted. ,
t of u G. tncxveo, agea 9 months ; uuease.
GaUager, aged 26 yeari; disease, con
"GEO. FLAHEETr & BR0., Soxtoos.
If areh J6 Kecro eaild, aed 16 aoaths; dtseasa, con-
" 34 OMM af Mrs. Barke, aged 6 years; disease.
" 34 XoBroBtan, aged 39 years; disease, coafeetlve
April 1 Mrs. A. Heweett, aged 46 years; disease, la
aammsttnn of bowels.
," 1 Xofrecauld,aged3wEeks; dLeoM.coavulslens.
W. E. SMITH, Sexton.
AptM I Georgiaaa CeUer, aged 2 years and 6 mouths;
aosoaso, scarlet fever.
" I J B. Harris, aged 4 years ; disease, effects cf
C. K. IIOLST it SOX, Sextoni".
W. J. Tecs, Secretary of Board ot Health.
FOUR HUNDRED bblsFleur. for saleky
mH7 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTrbags Coffee, farraleby
ruart7 H AXCOCK. CLARK ft CO.
FIFrr bhds. Sugars, for sale bv
marI7 HANCOCK, OLAEK &. CO.
TTtlFTY barrels Powderedand Crushed Sugars, for sale
J? by raarl7 HAXCOCK, CLARK it CO.
FIFTY barrets Xo. 1 Molasses, for sal by
mar!7 , HAXCOCK. CLARK & CO.
THREE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard, for sale by
marl7 HAXCOCK, CLARK k CO.
1EN casks Plain Hams, received and for sale by
BrI9 HAXCOCK, CLARK k CO.
0XE3IUXDRED bcxes and halt boxes Soda Crackers,
for sale by HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
latest ftxfos hg kgrapj
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MEMPHIS.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMEB ASIA
Cotton. Finn .
Xew Tore, April 4. The steamer Asia has arrived,
Cotton market firm. Sales for the week, 41,000 bales
Speculators have taken 6,000 bales The ( teamtr's news
bad no effect upon the market. Middling Orleans, 7J
Middling Mobile, 7K. Floor declined Is.
C George Holl Jt Co. quote corn declined Cdgls. Lard
d ecll Red 61.01s. Money market unthanged Consols
Merman, Cox & Co. qnote cotton unchanged. Middling
Uplands 7 9.I6Q7 11-16; Middling Orleans 7 13-16 ; clo
sing qalet. American adTices failed to produce any
Wiight,Jr., &Co. quote Middling Mobile 7K Fair
Uplands 7 J.'. Imports since departure .of last steamer
9i,oro bales. Stock on hand, 390,000 bal's.
Wright, Jr., &Co. quote saks on Saturday, 8.CC0
bales prices in faTor of the buyer.
Tbe ship Jaeqvtid, from Orleans to llavre, put Into
Fayal.badly damaged. She was obligid to discharge her
Brown, Shipley k Co. quote demand fairly met, bat not
p resting, closing steady.
Tbe Oaeen's t oeech -on the dis3!uUa of ParHamen
thus early, is in order to ascertain the most cosititutfenal
manner of saving the people in the present state of public
afcairs. She thanks Parliament for materially rtdueing
the burthens of the people.
Parliament dissolved on the 23d.
There is a d.facuKy brewing betwaan England and Ja
pan. Two British 6tearaeri have been forced to fortify
PortXagasakl, Japan mating no resittaace.
Austria Is aboat scr pending" retatiens with Sardinia.
It Is re mo red that Spain bss for the prei eat abandoned
her demonstration against Mexico.
ItisBBdmteod that France agrees to tend land and sea
Joreo to Cbtoa.
The Ktarierar of China has ordered that hostilities
agaisst tbe British be cansnod to China.
LOOISVIIXE, April 4. Xo epfesilien to the Araeri
can randtdatea at tbe mnnierpal election. Everything
qaitt. It is raising here te-nlgfat.
Sbootin: In Kcbratka.
ST. Lens, Aprfl 4. Four Xibratka sqattteTS have
bees shot, aad flie ordered to leave, by a Vigllano Com
River Xews aad Markets.
LOUISVILLE, April 1. Departed T. C. Twichell.
ST. Locts, April 4 The river here and alive is
Cincinnati, April 4. Flour, unsettled under steam
er's news, piieos rxxalBil ; Whisky, unchanged, mode
rate demand, 23c ; PrevMons firm.
XewTobk, April 4. Flour, market heavy. Elate de
clined 6c, sales $3 60$$5 75; Southern, 6c lower, $6 10
6 40; Wheat, arm, white, $1 S0$t 62 S ; Com,
heavy, le ckeaper, mixed, 69 c; Mess Pork, Ann, price
advanced lSe, sales at $23 60; Lard, steady.
$0tt Of ItCMgjjIS-
Arrivals and Depnrtnres.
S atdedat, April 4.
Memphis, Cincinnati to Memphis.
Tecamseb, CinetnnaU to St. Louis.
Miehican, St Louis to Xew Orleans.
Monarch, Ciecinnati, to Xw Orleans.
Landis, Xew Orleans to Ciactanati.
XashvlHs, Cumberland River to Xew Orleacs
3Tae river ooelioues to rise fist. It rained duriBg
Friday night, and commenced ralnlr.; again last evening.
Camberland. river is report! d nearly dry, while the Ohio
Is reported f alHag from Cincinnati to Cairo.
Xortheiiseu. This fleet low pre.ju'e packet, com"
maaded by Captain James F. Smith, will arrive to-dsy
from Louiavlae, aad depart to-morrow mrstag at ten
a a.r t,,?, conntctlng at Cairo with the
The A'orf ftrrncr is one of the
finest and fasteitboats-on tbe river, and pascenjers, ate
sure' el roeelrtag the bt and kiadest trfalmenl from
genUemauly officers. Mr. Archer, tbe polite d:rk, will
register with pleasure the names ot all desiring to make
a quick and pleatant trip up stream.
3-The I. R. W. mil, commanded by Captain
Neweil, and having for clerks the popular Xat. Gibson
and polite Marsh Patriot, will arrive to-day from Xew
Orleane, on her way to St. Louis.
J3-The afe TrUVee, commanded by Captain ,MHler,
will arrive this evening from Xapoieon. See will return
to-morrow evening at two o'clock, connectlTE with the
White river mail packets.
S3" The St. Francit, ever pcactuiT, "witl arrive this
evening Iron Wittsburg, asd Yelura again on Tuesday
afternoon. -Captain Bowman l h'r commander, and thi
poiiie Frank Gracey is In the clerk's efflce.
J3" 1 he MempkU arrived at an early hour yesterday-
morninr from Cairo, with a heavy load ef freight. She
will depart to-morrow afternoon oft her return trip. She
has gentlemanly officers, and exMient accommodations
J3-TheEa'ior has left tbe St Louis and Memphis
trade, and is going to run during the summrln the Upper
$j-The Altonia Is due to-day from Xashville. She
will return to morrow afternoon.
S3" The St. Louis Republican, of 1 hursrfay, says :
"The River commenced rising rspidly yesterday. All
the Upper Elvers are reported boimlng high, and rising.
There it six feet on the Lower Hapids. The weather
changed about noon yesterday. It became several degrees
colder, and In the evening It was clear."
On tbe 15th of March, IS57, after a short illness, Mrs.
Mart C, wife of John H. Cross, aged 27 yeari and 10
3" Norfolk (Va.) pipers please copy.
SEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
JAS. A. STREET! & CO.,
NO 219 MAIN-ST. . OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
ABE jast opening a choice sUck of FANCY and STA
. PLK DRY GOODS, whiih they offer low for cath, or
tbe usual time to prompt customers. We Invite tie al-t-ntlon
1 f city and country buyers to call and cxtmine
our stock before purcha-iog elsewhere. Our stock con
sists in part of rich Dress Silks, Si.k Tissues, Bareges,
Oigandies, French Cambrics, Lawns, Freacb, .English
and American Prints, Gingham. &c , &c.
ALSO. Silk Tissue, Berege, Organdie, Jaconet t and
Lawn Robes ot the newest deslju; Lace Shawls and
Mantillas, new and etegani style..
Pamily Furnishing Materials,
CentUtingin part of Lioen and Cotton Sheeting, all
widths and qualities. Pillow Case Linens, doable and sin
gle Damask Table Cloths, Napkins, Diapers, D.yles,
T welings, Curtain Material, i f all deecriptloes, Mar
seilles Quilts an Counterpa&ee, Dim It lee, lie
Bleached aad Brown Sheeting and Shirting, Plain and
Striped Oeneburgr, he, Tkklng, Stripd Cottoaa4rs,
Apron Checks, Ftauaeb. Jeans. &c; White Goods, con
sitting of Plain Figi- I, and Checked Swiss Book, In
dia, Mull, &.c ; EmbrsMe ries and Laces.
nasdseme Worked Setts, Ceitar Brands, 4c, Infinlf '
Worked Robes, Plain and Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, nosiery, Fancy Belts, Pans, Perfumery, Small
It Is our Intention to make Dry Goods the leading fea
ture of business, and our friends can rely upon Sa&Bg at
all times a full and complete assortment.
Clothing and Famishing Goods.
Stock in this line manufactured under our own super
vision. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Trunks, Carpet Bags, a e.
flrn CASKS Faacy Prints, sew styles, as bend and for
KiOM sale By
JAMEi IvOW & CO.,
416 Main streets LoaltvttlCj Ky.
1(r CASES Fancy Lawns, on baud for sale by
1UU JAMES LOW & CO..
418 Main ttieet, Louisville, Ky.
-1 BALES printed French Jacoaetts, very aandssme
ID styles, oa band aad for sale by
JAMES LOW & CO.,
mar31 4t8 Main street, LoaisvhHe, Ky.
3 OAS BG Crepe D'Ksaagne, assorted ceiers;
1 case SaUB Striped and Challii
1 caselrtgated and Challl ; on band and for sa!ebr
JAMES IX)W h. CO..
mar31 41S Main street, Louisville, Ky.
1 CASES !i De Bere, 10 cases 4-4 De Bege, on hand and
Id for sale by JAMBS LOW &. CO .
mar3l 418 Main street, Loulsvll!e. Ky.
rv rn CASES Bleached Cottons, on hand and scr sale by
ZUU JAMES LOW k CO,.
mar31 418 Halu street. Louisville, Ky
Striped Osnaliurgs !
j- - BALES Striped Ouiaburgs, on hand and for sale by
(0 JAMES LOW Jt CO.,
mar3l - 413 Main street, Loulsvllls, Ky.
Linen Pant Stuffs!
r n CASES Plain and Twilled Linen Pant Stuffs, on band
O U and for sale by
JAMES LOW k CO..
418 Main street, Louisville, Ky.
rin ft DOZEN Hose and Halt Hos, on hand and for
eJUUU saleby JAMES LOW K. CU .
mar31 413 Main street, Louisville, Ky.
EIVE casks Shoulders, for sale by
marl HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
CJE7ENTY-FIVE boxes Starch, far sale by v
O mar!7 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
TWENTT-F1VE calks Clear Side Bacon;
25 casks plain Haius;
25 cask! Shoulders For sale by
martl HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
NE HUNDRED barrels Mess Park, for ssle by
marai , UAjiwii, ULARK k CO,
rp WO-IIUXDRED AND FIFTT bbls. "Whlf ky, for sale
X. T warn UAftiMiiiK. ulakk k CO.
THREE nUNDREakegs Xo. 1 Leaf Laid;
10 barrets do. For sale by
martl nANCOCK. CI ARK & CO. SI
FIFTY-ONE boxes quart Flasks, far sale by
xoarl9 HANCOCK, CLARK Jc CO,
m minus daily appeal office, j
SUNDAY, April 5, 1S67. J
MEMPHIS COTTON QUOTATIONS.
Inferior ....9 210 I Strict MlddlIng.12.HA13
Ordinary I0KU I Gol Middling. 13 11
GoodOrdinary....ll UK I Middling Falr..l3H13H
Lew Middling.. ..11 li I Fair 14
NEW ORLEANS MARKET.
DELTA OFFICE. Saturday night. Maich 28
Cotton This has been a very culet day In the Cotton
market, owing to the reduced supply, and verj full prices
insisted on, and tbe sales reach ba eiy 1000 bales.
Inferior 6 & 9t I Mid ling 1313f
Ordinary lOXfiailH I Good Middllng..I3iD14
Good OrdlnPry..l2 12 MWllting Falr...l4XtJ14S
Low iiaaiing...i3 saix I rair ..n(3t
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on band let September,lS6 Bales 7,255
Arrived since 1. 369.110
Arrived to-day 2,0171,371,457
A&puncu pro luuMjr.. ... ...
Stock on Land not cleared ,...263,824
Monday, March 3012 at.
Cotton The marketopens with it-very quiet appear
a no, and as yet we bear of onlv a few small sales.
5O0AR About ido nndi. sold In lots, at uncnangea
molasses Sails 200 bWs. at 45&55S. for inferior to
good, and 66c. for primo rebolled.
FLOUR-We know of only a few small sales, including
zsu ddu. eura ai i 57 ID fl idi
Excliango and Sank Uoto List.
COR. FRONT ROW AND MADISON-ST.
w SELLINO BATES
Louisville &. Cln.
St. Louis ...... ,
1 prem I Xew Tor a" ........1 tjprem
Kprem I Xew Orleans... . ..1 hprem
Kprem I Louisville & Ctn..lKpr:m
? prem ) St. LouIa.........lKprem
Xew Orleans......! Jfprem
North Carolina.... 2 dls,
Miu. Mut. Inc. Co. rr.
AJ1 larg- Upper
Csuntry (good).. Xprem
American Gold 1 Kprem I Gold 2 presi
Silver lKprem I Silver 3 pren
nisbeft ratei paid for Land Warrants aul Arkansas
Swamp Land Srln
npiTE services of a youc; LADT,- wbo Is competent to
i teach the English Language, Music and Needlework,
In my family.
- To one bringing satisfactory testimonials as to charac
ter and quafficatUa. I will pay al.bvral ealaiy.
Addretsmc. stating particulars. at SledgeviUe,
Miss., J K. MADDQX, or HARRIS, WOFJIELET&
CO.. il'inpbis. raai26Mlawlm
AT WHOLESALE !
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
OBR strock In the wholeale department
tya is now large and complete, to wmcn we re
jL1 spectfully call the attention cf Merchants
""only. Those buying fr cash, or satisfactory pa
per, at short dates, will and It to their Interest to BKe
us a call before miking their purchases.
Jj" Wholesale I Loom n up stairs.
HICKS, TERRT & ANDERSON,
No. 245 Main strtot,
sp3 dawly Opposite Court Square, Memphis.
TTAS lust returned from Xew Tork. and win open her
XX entire, stock, of French Good, oa the first dayot
Tbe Ladies of Memphis and vicinity are requested to
call and examine her beautiful stock.
Tbe latest French styles ; the French Chip and Euzenie
Bonnets: Flowers, a beautiful selection; Ribbons. Lace.
Mautle aad Dre Trimmings.
No. 41 Madison street,
ap2-2w Near Clark's Marble BuiHHng.
icm: icje: ice:
rxAVIKG comDleted our MAMMOTn ICE notTSE on
JjL Beal street, nesr the corner of Shelby, we are now
pr pared to furnish our friends and customers with ICE
at ONE CENT PER POUND. All orders for packing will
be promptly and carefully atlendrd to In all trasons of
the year at lowest ra'es.
The commnnlty may depend upon our supplying then
wi In at toe above rate. It is our intention to keep
priv within means of the p-jor as well as rich.
j-aii orders iert at the Wharf-Boat, at tbe Mam
mothlre noue, or at Barnett h. Walker's, (190 Main
treet) will be promptly filled.
mar21-6m DOTAL, AMJEO & CO.
FOR SALE BT
F. II. CL-ARfi. & COMPAIVr.
jST3"W GOODS !
WV- are now In receipt of a large portion of our beau
tiful and magnificent Spring stock ot
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
Consisting in part of
BERAGE and ORGANDEE ROBES,
LACES, of every variety,
EXQUISITE LACE SETTS and EMBRO'DERIES, Of
every description all latest styles.
A general and compete assortment of Planters'. Goods;
Gents ri.iths; Plain and Fancy Cdssimeres and Testings,
or the most approved patterns ; Men and Boy.' Furnish
IngGood; Hats, Cap BooU and Sboes; Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet Bags, Carpeting and Matting; and in addi
tkn. all articles usually kept in our line. AU of which
we propoe selling very low f.r cskh.
Give us a call, snd we pledge ourselves you shall have
good Goudu, and at the luwe.1 market prices.
March 19 POPE tt BROS
SOME FORTY Olt FIFTY ACCLI
MATED COTTON NEGROES
0 FROM the State of Georgia, consisting of ftt
7k in?n, women, boys and girls. Among them Xj?
ffSrare some very likely families. In a fewL
jc3 days we Intend to concentrate our purchases '
from K-nturky and Virginia to this point, anoislve the
buyers of this country an opportunity of investing their
money in good Negroed. Give us a call before making
mar22-3m BOLTON. DICKINS & CO.
CIGARS, soue very superior.
H. H. POTTER,
JUST RECEIVED 200 case Raspberry Brandy, a
far sale by XL. XI. POTTER. Maln-st,
mar6 Third door North of Worshara House.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
1 OA SACKS for sale by
IaSU B. MERRILL,
tmXX Xo. 5 Monroe street
JUST received oa consignment from Nashville, 60 casks
Clear Sides; 25 casks SbouMers; 25 casks Hams,
which wp will close ou - to the trade cheap.
arg4-2w MASOX k MORVELL.
ItA CASKS Both & Sedgwlck'a Indon Cordiil
JLJU Gin, by
n. n ..POTTER. Main street.
Tlilrd door North Worshsm nouse.
STAPLE ASD FAXC1 DRY GOODS,
Men's and Youth's Clotblnr,
Hats, Sboes, Saddlery,
- Virginia Tobacco,
LOw FOR CASH!
Wholesale aad Retail.
ZT. Xai TAYXiOH,
181 Main Strjet.
M. C. CAYCE & SON,
-i0L TT O 3? X O 20T 33 JE2 21 SS .
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 25 Madison Street,
TEX tierces Ml'Chell, Guthrie & C.I., Hams;
10 tierces Stag; k Shay, Xxtra Hams, for saleby
marl7 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
i"NE HUNDRED AND FIFTY bWs
Mess Pork, for
KJ sale by
HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
rpilREE HUNDRED boxes
. K and M box, Star Can
JL aies, for sale by.
HANCOCK, CLARK Jt CO.
Fine Residence for Sale.
1 OFFER for rale one cf tbe best residences In
Memphis, on S-cond street, between Court
Square aad the Post Office.
Also, a Xo. I Negro Man a superior bouse
or body servant.
S. C. SNTDER.
T WILL make an exchargeof Eight or Ten Thousand
J. Dollars Worth uf good REAL ESTATE In Memphis
for CARPENTER'S WORK and iUlLDING MATERIAL.
Call on J. M. PROVINE.
Chinese Sutrar Cane Seed
TTJST n-ce ved from PITKIN BROTHERS' SEED WARE-
tl nOTTSE, Louisville, Ky., fifty packages pure CHI
XESE SUGAR CANE SEED, each containing sufficient
quantity to plant half an acre. Price, ONE DOLLAR
PER FACh-AUE circulars accompany the area.
mar3l-3w WARD 2c JONES, Druggists.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c. "
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL,
BY lati arrivals, we are In receipt of all kinds of Boots,
JShoes and Hats, that are new and desirable, making
one'ofShe largest and best stocks of flue custom-made
worfcltonretaU trade to be found in Memphis. Prices
will be iaw-for cash. Call and see
i, JJ 1 HICKS, TERRT Jt AXDERS0X,
W . Xo. 245 Main street,
mar25-dly Opposite Court Square, Memphis.
The Greatest Discovery of tbe. Age.
It seldom occurs that we notice, under any circnm
stances, patent medicines, restoratives, or any thing of
the kind, for we have a prejudice agslast mostot mem,
But candor compels us to invite attention to tho anver
tlsementof Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, In the last
colum at the bottom of the third page of dhls paper. We are
too juvenile to require any thing ot the kind, but some
instances of Us use have cemeteour knowledge which
almost assure us that it is a sovereign remedy against the
hair becoming prematurely gray, it is not a "Ilalr
Dye;" but upon its application, as directed, tho eflVct Is
produced on the skin, which brings out the original native
colored hair, without stiffness, and gives It a glossy ana
natural apjwarance. We havo seen persons who have
nued tt. and ther are much pleased with It. Examine tbe
advertisement. ifiuowrt Rmitliean.
To be had of O. J. Wood fc Co., 114 Market street, St.
Louis, and of druggists generally. aprna uv
BURXETTS. ORIENTAL TOOTH WASH, prepared
by Messrs. Joseph Burnett it Co., 41 Tremont street,
Boston, arrests decay of the Teeth, neutralises the secre
tins of the mouth, and imparts to the breath a fragrance
peculiarly aromatic and pieaaant.
S3- For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO. and all Drug
gists at 60c per bottle. apl-oaiw
For the Complexion.
OF all the compounds we have yet teen prepared as a
cosmetic for the skin, there Is none that has a higher
reputation, or one that Is so popular with the ladies as
the far-famed, "KALL1STON, or ORIENT WATER. "
It Is scientifically prepared, and Is a perfume as well as
toilet wash. It will, with a few applications, remove
tan, freckles, sunburn, and all cutaneous eruptions. It
is extensively used or these purposes, and ladles who ap
ply It can exercise in the open air as freely as they rlease,
and experience no inconvenience from rough or Irritated
skla. Joseph Burnett & Co. are the proprietors. B01-
For sale by S. MANSFIELD k CO., and dealers geaer
ally. Piice60c,and$lpcrtottle. apl-lw
Advertise in the Panola Star.
THE Misslsrlppl and Tennessee Railroad being now
completed to the centre of Panola county, Mississippi, and
tbe spring trade having just commenced, buslnes men In
Memphis would Vo vHl to advertise la the Weekly
Panola Star. It ts the only paper published la tbe
county, and, bate; strictly neutral in politics, is read U
all parties ; thus presenting an advertising medium supe
rior to aBy other paper la North Mississippi.
Noith Alauama, Middle Tennes
see and North Mississippi Trade;
THE DEMOCRAT, Huutsville, Alabama, put'lshed by
J. Withers Cl'ay, Edi.or and Proprietor, is nearly
thlrty-fl-e years old, and is much the laggest paper In
Xorth Alabama, and its proprietor beKtvrt It Is the oldest J
and has Ibe widest and most general circulation of any
Alabama paper in tbe Southern connties or Middle Ten
nessee ; the counties of Jackson, DeKalb, Madison, Mar
shall, Limestone, Morgan, Blouat, Hancock, Lawrence,
Lauderdale, Franklin and Walker counties, in Alabama,
and the Northern counties of Mississippi. Advertise
ments left at the Memphis Appeal Office ; with James
Penn, Esq., or forwarded directly to "TAe Democrflf
HuntivlUe, Ala.," promptly inserted at reasonable rate .
April 2, 1867.
AN extra likely NEGRO GIRL, sixteen years old, of
good qualities. Prefer s elliog her in or near the city. Xo
one need apply who cannot give her a comfortable and
permanent home. Anpty to
EDM0NDS0N & ARMSTRONG,
247 Main street.
W. E. MILTON,
26 Madison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
Exchange and Note Rrokcr.
I will attend to the negotiation ot all
NOTES AND DILLS OF EXCHANGE.
For Spring and Summer of 1857,
ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Cassimere HATS, re
ceived at WHEATON'S, 70 Trent Row, where those in
want of a super1) and fashionable HAT will please call.
Constantly on hand and receiving the largest and finest
stock of SOFT HATS la the city at
feb24 WHEATON'S, 15 Front Row.
HIDES ! HIDES 1 HIDES!
100,000 Hides "Wanted !
FOR which we will pay the highest market price la
We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
aad BEAR SKINS. Ia fact, any Skins used by TAN
NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the iilGnKST CASH
PRICE. GEO. PHILLER k CO.,
novl2-m 78 Front Row.
Win. A. Batchelor's Hair-Dye.
GRAY, RED or RUSTY HAIR dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and Natural BROWX or SLACK, without the
least Injury to hair or skla.
Fifteen Medals and Diplomat have been awarded to
Wm. A. Batchelor since 1839, and over 80,000 appli
cations have been made to the hair of his patrons of his
famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair and whis
kers Is unjust, as It would be against covering a bald
head with arlg.
WM. A. BATcnrLoa's Hair-Dye produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and Is warranted
not to Injure ia the least, however long It may bo con
tinued. Mads, sold or applied, (la nine private rooms,) at the
Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, Xew York.
Sold in all cities and towns cf the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
3r The Genuine has the name and address upon a
steel-plate engraving on four sides of each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR,
233 Broadway, Xew York.
fcj" Tor sale by S. MANSFIELD'ft CO., and Druggist
"lWATIOlT, YE AFFLICTED !
W. A. GLIDD0N,
GUTTA PERCIIA TRUSS MANUFACTURER,
XO. 1 EAGAX'S BUILDIXGS,
Adams Street, opposite the Worsham House,
THANKFUL for the extensive patronage received with
in the last four years, I am now better prepared than
ever for fitting and curing the worst forms of Hernial
Rupture. 'I can, besides, furuish, Teady-made or manu
factured lo order, superior Stockings for Varicose Veins,
instruments for Prolapsus, Slioaider Braces and Band
ages of various kinds. Artificial Legs and Hands made
to order ; in short, I ca eatity procure Instruments of
every kind, owing to arrangements made in New York
and Philadelphia. The fellowins certificates, among
others, pak for themselves:
I. the uadersmea. hereby certify -hat oa the 27th of
Jaae, 1864, 1 was fitted ly WM. A. GUDDON with oae
ot his Trusses. My age l teventy-ne, and I been rup
tured for ntgh eve years. It Is new several months
since I have left off wearing tbe instrument, a ltd so far I
have experienced no return of tlw complaint. I cordially
recoaaead Mr. till'iaon as a Truos-atter to the comma
nlty at largv, ettljCbd tbt he understands his business
(SizlKd) JOHN G. B0STICK,
MEJirHis, Aagust 28. 18&5.
By the advice M Dr. A. K. Taylor, Professor of Anato
my, Memphis Mmieal Lurge, 1 caura on 3ir. wm. A.
GLIDDON, and Mad a Tru made for me and applied.
My case wu au inguinal Hernia, rne instrument was
fitted in April, 1S.'S, and I now consider mytelf perfectly
enril. Mv age'is. thirty four, and occupation that cf
CUUra builder. I can eerdialls recommend Mr. GUD
DON tn all who have bren so unfortunate as to be afflict.
ed with Hernia. (Signed) CLARK BARBER.
Memphis, January 6. 1867. jania-aawtf
THE ONIaY MEDAL AWARDED
BY the Xew York Exhibition to th English or foreign
Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst numer
ous competitors, by LEA & PEREIXS, for their
whCTeby further testimony U afforded of its Ulngulhe
best Sauce extant.
The celebrity of this Sauce has extended to every quar
ter of the globe, and Its efficacy In promoting tbe general
health is becoming dally more observed and acknowledged.
In the United States It Is held to be the most agreeable
condiment, and Is esteemed tor Us tonic and invigora
ting' properties, its habitual use enabling the stomach to
digest the food.
On the Oatlnent of Europe, these qualities have been
testified to by a gentleman, who writes to LEA JtPER-
niftatnns: "I have carried a bottle of your Worces
tershire Sauce In a tour I have Just completed through
Spain and Portugal, and believe I owe my present state of
health to Its use; your Sauce Is stomachic, and I think
medicinal. I can with truth say there Is nothing la a
travcler'sbaggage so essential to his comfort, at least in
these countries, as yur Sauce. "
la India, also, where It is found at the mess of every
regiment, a medical gentleman writes from Madras to
bis brother In the same profession at Worcester, lathe
following terras: ' Tell LEA k PERRIN3 that their
Sauce Is highly approved In India, and that Ills, in my
opinion, the most palatable as well as the most whole
This Sauce Is suitable for every variety of dish, and the
universal demand which its excellence has created has
led to many imitations being offered to the public, under
a variety of names, but the genuine may be known by
the names ot "LEA JtPERRINS" being Impressed upon
the patent metallic capsules, or patent glass stopper of
the bottle, as weii as me labels ana wrapper.
Sole Agents for the United States,
JOnN DUXCAX k SONS,
apl2-1y 405 Broadway, Xew Tork,
Dry Goods at Wholesale:
TUST received, direct from Xew York, on consignment,
J of upwards of $30,000 worth of seasonable StapU
Dry Goods. The goods being on consignment, I can af
ford and will sell better bargains than ever was offered li
thl city. Merchants and planters, who wish to buy b
tbe piece will find to their Interest to examine my steel
before purchasing eisewnere. u. u. lockb,
novo Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
hBarsTTI' itsl- TrsJisTsmsnW.ssatanT aTl - -f -
Respectfully announces that
Madame Anna de LaGrangc,
rpilE cetel.ratcd Prima Dunna, from ithe Opera Hemes
JL in Paris, Londan, St. j-eierMwrg, aru laieiy New
lurk, Havana tnd Nw Orleans, win give
TIF0 GRAND CONCERTS,
At Odd Fellows' nail, on tho 14th and 16th cf April.
Madame A. DE LA GRANGE will be assisted by
Signer CKRESA. Prlmo Tenore;
SignorTAFFANELU. Prhno Baritono;
Al from the Italian Opera, in New York, and by Mr.
GUYON. Pianist, pupil of Thalberg.
3" Price of admission to the Hall, $1 SO; lo the Gal
S3-With every ticket a slip will be given, which wu
secu'e a teat.
S3- Sale of tickets will begin on Thursday. April 9ih.
at the Piano and Furniture Store of Messrs. Wlnslea.
unurcniii et Co., No. Til Main sireei, ana ceuunne to
me evening of tbe Concert, wneo tne renaming ones
111 ue sold at the door of the Hall.
S3- Doors will onen at 7 : Concert to commence at 8
S3- For particulars see further advertisements aud
smau Dins mano)-3w
Spaltlinff 4V Hoffers'1
JL' JLi L-t -tlJ JLti
, C. J ROGERS.
, ROrtBRT WHITE.
WILL RE EXHIBITED AT MEMPHIS,
On board tho FloatinE Jr'alace.
MOXDAY AND TUESDAY, April 6 and 7, 1857.
S3 Performance; to commanee at 2
anr 7 o'clock, p. at.
. 53- Doors open half an boar pre
v.ous. THIS Company Includes selections
from their Xorth American Circes,
from the Eastern States; their Rail
road Circus, so celebrated tbe past sea
son in the Middle States, and their ori
ginal Floating Palace Circas, and has
Just closed the mot succeful season
ever known in tl Circus badness, at
their new Amphitheatre la tbe city of
Tbe entire Company will appear, In
clullng the folk) wing
HENRY MAGILTON, Hurdle Racer,
Gymnast and Maa-Meakey.
OMAR RICHARDSON, Principal
Eqa stnan, introducing the Bridge
Leaping, first time in the South
GEORGE DUNBAR, Gymnast and
JAMES MACPARLAXD. Tight-Rope
Dine r and G, mna.t.
IIKRCULE3 LI Q BY, the man of iron
nerve, who breaks solid reels with his
CiIAs CROSBY, Dramatic a.aes
tiaa aitd Gymnast
CHARLES WATERS, Indian Rider,
Leaper awl tiysioa&t
,ssr NATHAN RODGBRS. Gymnast and
Cii Equesmau of ail work
3; CHARLES DAVIS, Acnfcat and
Mr. c. J. Roaen' pupils, via. :
Master FRANK BARRY, In-great-
est Bartbuck R der ia Arioa, and
ffp. that child of grace and promiw.
Little KATE ORMOND, only eight
years of a;c.
Madame ORMOND, Madame LAKE
iul Madame DAVENPORT, the bean
if ul Equestriennes.
F. ROBINSON. J. PBRKIXS. C
BROWN, L. WOODS and WM. HAM
ILTON, Vaulters, Tumblers, iie.
BILL LAKE, of Xew Orleans.
JOHN DATENPORT, of Georgia.
GEORGE NICE, of Maryland.
H. GINTY, of Feonsdvania.
Tbe Tr.ct Pontes. PKGASSUS and
TARTAR, and the fiaest Bart back and
Pad HORSES m the world, all led
by Orro KYLE'S celebrated BRASS
53-Dress Circle, all Arm Chairs.
bo half price... 50c
53-Famiiy Circle, Ca.hweed
eats, (Children under is years
of age half price) 50c
5j-Coiered Gallery .25c
Iirtnedlately alter each Petformance
in the FLOATING PALACE, a
Grand Vocal and Instrumental
By REED'S BAND OF MINSTRELS, will be given in the
Ridotto Salocn, on board the steamer James F-aymond.
53 Admission -sc.
GREAT SOUTHERN SEOW!
The only Southern Company now
TRAVELING IN AMERICA!
And the largest aad Bast Establishment la
THE UNITED STATES!
Southern Men, Southern Horses. Smthem En
terprise asutnsf tne worm 1
Consisting of over TWO HUNDRED
MEN AND flORSES, the best perform
ers. the best Band and the floest stad
if Horses in America, will be exhibited
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
APRIL 9TII, lOTIt AND 11th,
Near the Postoffice.
J3-DAY PERFORMANCE oa Friday
C . x- cl .
G. X. ELDRED proclaims to the
South that, as a return for the generous
patronage that has ever crowned his
Sorts to please, he has tats season
Three Great Shows,
and engigMthe world-renowned FARN
CONI HIPPODROME TROUPE to ap
pear, in conjunction with the splendid
ANIMAL EXHIBITION and GREAT
THE GREAT SOUTHERN CIRCUS
Clowns Sam Long, and the great
American-Clown and Bhakspearan Jes
ter, Jimmy Reynolds.
Lady Equestrienne Madame Fran
cm!, the best femal rider la Christea
icm, will appear at each performance
in her unapproachable act, without sad
dle or bridle.
Mons. Franconl will introduce his
unapproachable trained Horses. W.
Odel, the Comic Rider ana great uonwe
Sonerfet Thrower. O. Morrison will
tstonisu the audiear by bis contor
tionist crformaoee on a cbalr erected
on a poe thirty feet high, hekl and
supportel by Mons. Johnson.
Mr. G. W. EMred, the Southern fa
vorlte and champion four aad six horse
Tbe best and most numerous Kqaes
trlin. Gymnasts, Clowns and Trained
Horses la tto world.
v..i.- Q.nrMori. the chamnlon Equestrian of the
South. The Van Deon Brothers, by Johnson aad Jea-
Jnrcniv. nf thA ixmnanv Master James Saunders and
Charter, In Pantomime, Mallet Dancing, Comic After
ni ,r mnn? the grand features ot ibis exhibi
tion, making in all.tho most attractive and Interesting
entertainment ana in ova. niii v... ,w
offered to the people ot the South.
t i,.i v.. mmIu tw .fair In th ifiamonn.
imuroiaicijr ucjuic .w. r. ... ,
t an. vntrk l CjrrCClOV nnnll STKfI.K WtHE.
-.ut t. . h. iAn. Rf,plar three hundred feet la dis
tance, to an elevation of 60 lect from the grounl. The
. .... I .-...-. ..i.u. . V. - . . .
graau ascension wui oe cxuiouc wuwwb ,.0 ,
free of charge.
The oclv living OURANG- OUTANG In America will be
exhlbi.-d. SAM. HENDRICKS,
marSt 2w Agent. ,
vm invnTVPivs ! SIPI.AIiVnTVPES !
illlilf aVIll V X X J-iVJ vaajajj.s.v -
TVESnOKGS GAT.LERY crowded daily great rash for
. -itUtf 1IWTT T VPTTB
Bewar. Spurious imlkitloDS are hemg maae wtccoc
paper. The unwary are Uab;e to be lmposa upon wiia
theie worthlrai consterfeiu.
- 1 v tit tt TivcnAVfi ym
bavins tie excJnstve rlbt of ilanpbl, fr the Jtfcta.it
otype Patent. Gallcrj, 131 ilaln itret. oppotlte the
Important New Political "Work.
TUEunlersigned proposes to Issue from press, on tbe
1st dsr of June next, a Political Textbook, or
Exctclopedia. contaislns everything necessary for the
discu-siou, either on the hustings or In tbe press, of any
Dolitical auestloa whicn may ce oroucat larwaro.
Amengst other things, It will contain the Articles of Con
federation tneconsmuttoa toe vtrgiaia ana K.eniuciry
Refolutlons of '93 and '93, the Ordinance of 1737, the va-
'ieus Patty Platforms for the last twenty years, the
llarttord Convention Platform, the Know-Notbing Rit
ual, tho Missouri Compromise of 1S20, the various Laws
oiganlatng Territorial Governments since the foundation
of the Government, Including the Kansas and Nebraska
Act, the Decision of the Supreme Court ia the Dred Scott
case, copies of every enactment of Congress since the
fouadation of tne tiovcrnmem, wmcn is tne sutjcior
discussion, the Congressional record of votes on the same,
classified; extracts frjm important Political Speeches or
Letters, pertinent to present issues; the Inaugural Ad
dress of Mr. Buchanan ; aa abstract ot tbe laws of each
State regulating suffrage, aad providing against tbe Im
migration of foreign paupers nnt convicts; emigration
statistics. In fact, it will be an omnium gatherum of
everything of political importance necessary to the dis
cussion ot the issues at present dividing, or likely to di
vide parties In the United States.
Whilst the undersigned Is an ardent and unswerving
Democrat, he intends to make this book a complete Po
litical Enc, clopedia, unbiassed In its pre partlon by party
prejudices, so that it win be a book of reference fermtn
It will be nrinted in the best style, conveniently tnedx'
ed, and handsomely bound, and will be forwarded to sub
scribers at 3 per copy, In advance, free of postage.
Persons taking an Interest In obtaining subscribers will
be entitled to oac copy ef the work for every alieen sst'
.prtbers ther obtain.
Editors to whoa this Circular is sent, publishing it
once a week until the day ot publication, will be allowed
a copy of the work gratis.
A'llberal per ccntage allowed on orders fiom Book Mcr-
cban's Address. miuiiakl w. ulusk.ki.
Cox No. IIS Pott Office, Washington City, D. C.
Rnrrns TO Hon. J. Glancy Jones, 0! Pennsylvania;
Hon. A. E Maxwell. of Florida; Hon. n. 0. Burnett, of
Ky.; Hon. J.' A. Quitman, of Miss.; Hon. John Kelly, of
jl. ; Hon. T. J. Marsnau, oz 111., 110ns. oamuci a.
Smith and John' V. Wright, of Tean ; Hon. C. J Faulk
ner, of Va.j Hon. J. W. ,Denver of California; lion, j
E. Stewart, of Md ; Hon. W. W.Boyce, of S. C; Hon. J
L Seward, of Ga.J aad the Members of Congress gener
DR. JOHNSON'S INFIHMARY,
TOR DISEASES Or TRE
EYE AND EAR,
SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS,
AET1TICIAL EYES, &c;
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,
majViaaw iiii.aiiriii.'ri acti?
(SCrCKSSOR TO MRS. S. H. PEPLOW )
No. IStt Main Street Old Stand
Opposite "Worsham House.
rp HIS extensive establishment has been purchased by
A byWM.J II ASS A I.U of New York, and has under
gone extensive repairs and eoiargemea's, for tne purpose
or receiviBg a large and complete stock of
And also to introduce into tbe establishment a
To superintend which Mr. HasaaU has secured the ser
vices or Madame de Bond, from the eekarated Dres.
M.klng KutaWlibroent of Madame Demerast. New Yotk.
Tho stock ot Millinery Goods which is now bo big opened
oimprlses one of the finest, larcvst and most corapieie
that has ever been brought to this city, embr.das everr
fashleatble, new and beautiful style of
Bonnets, Flowers, Head-Dressea, Mantillas,
And everything appertalBiaa to the Millinerr. Dress.
Making aad Fancy Goods Business. The particular at
tenttiH of the ladies is Invited to the stock of Frestch
Bonnets and Black Lare Mant iMas, aa it is thoutht to 1 e
the choice. t selection ever brought to this market. For
mer customers nd ladles generally are solicited to ex
amine the new stock, now being opened which win be
reaa for irspectioD on THURSDAY, the 19th last.
SIT" B. Country MUIiuers supplied at New York
Piano Fortes for aIe.
I HAVE la store. Jast received direct
from Xew York TWELVE PIAXO
FORTKS, from 6 1-3 to 7 octave, of supe
rior finish aad different ivies, soaae betas
inlaid with Pearl They win be sold at greatly reduced
prices. This presents a most favorable opportunity to
pure ha s a superior instrument at a bargain. Terms
made to suit purchasers. G B. LOCKE,
dcc-13 tf Auctioneer aad Real Bstate Broker.
NEXT MONDAY APTERNOON.
DH. T. H. D 'ALTEON,
SURGEOX PRDIST to the Royal Families of Bagiaaa,
Fraace and Portagal, from Reseut Street, Load
aad atl Ijiwn Douglass, Isle of Men. begs retard is
ly to make known, that, having recently arrived ia New
Orleans en a professional tour if the United States v
America, he It at present ea a visit of a few days oaly t.
MKMI'HIj, during wiitch tiaw he may be coasalied af
tuose sraicuu wita twiJS, both hard and soft. BUN
IONS aud troublesome TOR NAILS, all cf wblcfc). bow
ever long standing aad bad, be guaranties la a few ia
utea to resaove aad effectually aad pnauaently cor,
withouf the slightMtpaiaoriaooBfeBew. either dart it
their removal cr afterwards, and spoa terms sstriit
reasonable as to pUce his sei vices within the reach ot al
who rrqalre them.
rj- 0ee, Kaxra Jo. 3, first door U tne rlaht at th
top uf La-liea' Eo trance. Commercial UoteL Meaapais
OSVoe hours from 10 a.m. tin half past 1 p at , aad
rrom bair past - ihi a o'cjocc, r. at., flatly, daring ha
very limited itay.
From James Young, M. D., 3temphis.
Dr. D'AItsa has extracted several very troabHsome
corns, of ineg staBdtDg, from the f net of a member ot my
family, la a awst skillful, painless aad masterly raaanir.
JAMES YOUNG, M. D.
Memphis, March 38th, 1657.
From F. G. Roche, Esq., Banker, Memphis
Dr. D'Altea has extracted several floras from my feet
to-day. I am much pleased aa well aa seaeiied by the
oper.tion. F. G. ROCHE.
Memphis, March 27, iso7.
From W. J. Alg-o, Forwarding Uercsnat, Memphis.
Dr D'Alton has extracted several rorsM trasa air feet.
and ha giv.a me g eat Mtlsfaelioa by has very skttUal
aad prompt manner of operating. I woo id reescameiid
him to all persoas smicted with cor: 3.
W. J. ALGtX).
Memph'S, March 27. 1S57.
From E M. Terser, Bfq., Counselor and Attorney,
For fifteen years I hare been suffering iBtento pain
from two very severe corns. Tbb morning they have
txeu extracted by Dr. D'AItoa la a very skillful, patnteM
and rsnia manner, audi now frel a degree of ease and
want of suffering about my feet that I have not felt for
years. I caa rt commend him fully to aH who saffer fron
Coras. K. M. TERGER.
Memphis, March 2Stb, 1S67.
From Dr. Cartwrlght, New Orleaas, late of Natchez.)
Dr. D'Alton is an adept la his profess loo. I can fa fell
recoaiaiend him as such, haviag this morale g most skill
ful y and palt lessly removed two very tronblesouw Corns
( urn my fee , and four othois from members of my fam
ily. SAML. A CARTWRIGHT, M. D.
Xew Orleans, January 2i, 1967.
From L. R. Marshall, Esq., Natchez.
I have had eccasloa to call in the service of Dr. D'Al
ton, in his profession, and I have no hesitation in saying
that his rkill far surpassed my extectatleos; the opera
tion being corapteta without tbe least pain
Xatchez, March 2. L. R. MARSHALL.
From Dr. J. L. Crawcour, Professo' of Chemlstr)
acnoMi 01 jieuicine, .mw ur leans j
I have much pleasure in certifying to the professions
skill aad ability of Dr. D'AItoa. he has extracted troa
biesome Coras from my feet In a perfect! painless ma:
ner I can thereiere recommend him as an operator
whose skill caa be relied upon.
J. L. CRAWCOUR, M. D .
Xew Orleans, Jaa. 25, 2S57.
From John C. Inge, M. D., Xatchez.
I take pleasu-e la recommending Dr. D'Alton to those
afflicted w ith Corns or troubles me Toe Nails, bavini
sktlituily operated upon me and relieved me of nalU
growing into the flesh without any pain whatever.
Xatchez, Feb. 13, 1S57. JOHN C. INGE, M. D.
V3r Dr. D'Alton bas already received num'rous satis
factory testimonials fully concurring in tbe above, whlcb
may be seen at his oQfce, including those of John f. Wal
worth. Esq , G Ralston, E-q., Richard A. Inge, Esq.,0
Metcalfe, Esq., Mr. Hutu Elliott, chemist, etc ; M.J. It
Chotard, end others eqnell well known.
Thousaaus 01 testimonials, tnciuaing tno.e o: somen
the most dist:nguishrd medical practitioners In Europi
may be seen on application; but as the above are froit
well knows and hUbly respectable Physicians in Uu.
country, they are sekcted as most likely to prove satli
Please to remember the address ana hours of attend
X. B The above office has been selected as being ni trf
retired acd coavenlen for visitors than any itber rot m
in the Commercial Hotel. mar24-2w
BOOTS, SHOES, BR0GAXS. &.G.
DO you want to buy Shoes of any kind
l.iuie , .Mens . or uauuren, iemie-
mens. uoys arni aonins- niir or wtnuiuu
1 BOOTS, SUOES. or BR0GAXS? Go to
301 Main Street, Memphis,
Xext door to W. H. nunt's Queensware Store, where
.. 1- Mwtiin. . 1 . -t-p ,ml .n 1 1 r 1 t new atnrV anrl
where all who wish can be accommodated at either whole
sale or retail, al low pi ices, ror cam.
. ... t- i X- n it rr-n
QarlU-sm nai,UA. a- v-' rsiitii.
ROSE P. THOMPSON,
B E M O VE D.
I WOULD announce to too ladies ot Memphis and sur
rounding country that I have removed to Xo. 277
Main street, Fergnon k Xelll's late stand. I have also
connect d with my Millineiy business an extensive Dress
Making establishment, where all the latest styles of ma
king and trimming will bo received direct from Europe,
and solicit their patronage. raarss-im
NEW MILLINERY GOODS,
At Kb. 8 Court Street,
BZTWEEX MAIN STREET AND FRONT ROW.
HAS Just returned with her stock of Spring and Sum
mer Millinery, and wBt open on FRIDAY, the 27th
instant, consisting in part ot
Fine rrencn t lowers ,
Fine French Wreaths ;
ladles' ami Misses' Bonnets ;
Ribbons, Dress Bats;
lace and Edgings ;
And a general assortment of Millinery Goods. Tbe la
dies of Memphis and vicinity are respectfully invited to
call and examine for themselves.
mar25-tr H. CARTER.
ACCURATELY adjusted to the eye. so aato suit the
most difficult vision, without occasioning that sense
ot weak! ess or fatigue to the organ generally complained
of by wearers of common glasses, but enabling tbe wearer
of this Improved S'ectac.o to pursue the mast minute
employment either by day or candle light, with ease and
CHBN. MTJLLEB, Optician,
or the run or
GH&N. MULLER & BE0.,
Wholesale acd Retail Dealers ia
Clocks, Watches, 3cwclry,
AfoJion-if , fief. Main and Front Rove,
OPPOSITE I. B. KIRTLAXD'S OFFICE, MEMPHIS.
jq PARTICULAR attention paid to the repairing
ii&&X of Watches by an ezperlenced workman. Being
JrVdelernlned not to be excelled in superior work
fm m n liln in this branch ot the business, we have
engaged a first dats Watchmaker, and can flatter our
selves la saying that there i no nouse. East or West,
that can boast of a better, ciocas careiuuy repaired ana
warranted Jewelry and Spectacles of every description
m.,v to nrdi r. Old Jewelry neatly repaired, and Specta
cle Glasses Inserted In old frames to suit every sight.
v a The numerous rammiwu oi persona wno nave
been inpoted upon by Individuals peddllr.g through the
country an Interior article of spectacles, representing
them lobe these Improved glases, render tt necessary
that we should cautUn the public against such venders,
and protect the reputation or our glasses, ah spectacles
made by us are stamped w in tne name oi tne firm.
marlO-daw uuuistlam xullkk a. bro.
Planters, L,ook. to Your Interest!
TTTE re rim M"118 rr the sale of tne RAGLE GIN
VV STAND Actual tests prove that the Glas now bo-
lns manufactured are the nest in use.
For lightness of draught, speed, aad making a fiae sam
ple, these Glus cannot be equaled.
Now Is tbe time to send la your orders, so as to have
them made and to arrive here In time for the next crop.
HARRIS, WORMS! KY ft CO., Agents,
mtr25 daw3m Xo. 8 Front Row, Memphis
S3" Enquirer copy.
100 Barrels Flour,
VARIOUS brands, from the best Extra to Superfine,
for sals by B. MERRILL,
oct2S Mailt itreet.
. . av
STtfVALL & MITCHELL,
293 MjIIX STREET, MEMPHIS,
Have Just received and opeaed the
LARGEST AXD BBST SELECTED STOCK OF
Ja X 1ST 353
Spring: and Summer
rp HBY have ever offered for sale ha MeatpaMi : aad the
JL largest siocx ar the A1C3T aaa niast xaui
SHIRTS ever btsjtuht to anySoathers. city, eamarisiag
every variety of
Cvtton, Liaea aa4 Marrc's,
cososns, ia white or eotsrad,
Wha as collars, staadiagar Byran eallirs,
Aad with plsla or Prasch caos.
Also, a caeaaaMe aaMrtment f SMt. Gassa Mariao.
Lisle Thread and Gaaee Cotton Uadena its;
Silk. Gasse Martuo, Lisle Thread, Gaas Ottsa, Liner
and Drill Drawers ;
smt, Martao, Taread aad CMtm Half Haee;
Silk, Thread. Cotton. Ksdd. Backskta. msI aH itm4 of
Uaadketchiefs. Cravats. Stocka Tt. Skaucaders. Sas.
peader Ksrfs Straps, kc. , kc.
Als-a, fias Boots aad Shoes ;
Pise Sole Leather and f wa Traaiks :
Valises. Oarpst Bags, Umbrstlas;
Aad eviry varwtr ef tan latest strtss af Silk. Cassi-
mere, Legbora. Paaamaard Soft Hats.
Our stock sf Bs' aad CMdrea's OMbbmc; will be
fsaad the lar-sst aad most ceeaplete tn the city, comprl
siag ever, vadetj, and to lit frasa three yeass M and up.
to kleh we lavits ibe sseeial a II est I'm of oar f rieds
sad the public la gaaeral, snaring thesa that no estoit
thaM be spared te please aad give then perfect sathfac
tloa. STOVALL A. MITCHELL,
mar2S-2w 233 Mala street.
MEMPHIS IXSURAXCE COMrAXr,"
illpni Till ? c. Tinnpcpp.
Sam. Mosby, Pres't; Ben May, Soe'y.
ornec os jErrciuos street.
A. O. HASPlg, 3am. XOSZT,
Q. O. ATXI.UOS, T. W. WlLEiSIO.T,
J. O. Greek law. t. H. Ali-ew,
J. J. Sawlikoi.
AHEAD OF THE WORLD T
THE CRY IS STIL.L. THEY COME.
PARK & PEPIOW.
ii-HJ JVLZaOXX totroot,
ARK maxisg 11m. aaest PICTUKBS lattaa world. Al
we ask Is for yaa alt to call and otasaiBo theaa raryaar
selve rilOTOGRAPIIS, LIFE-SIZED,
suade onlv at tbe Star Gallery. Jaal-daiw
KT 33 W
WATCHRS Soar very fine.
JBWBLRT New style.
SlLvJIRw ARE Coin Sine.
SILVER PLATED GOODS Best csasHty.
SPKCTACLeS TwsaH every eoasnSjsa tt sight.
GUNS Best aiak-m.
PISTIJS Fail aaseetateat
POCKBT AND TAB LB CUTLBSY.
Maklsg by far tlx best assertmeBS-avar saTiiiJ la ibis
market p. H. CLARK k GO-
marts Na. I Ctsrtfs Mnst Bsask.
R. SAUNBBRS'otBceat J. M. Siela& Cs.'s Drag
Store, aear tbe Pout CMBca. aaar3-tf
A. EDMONDS, M D , flsteot HooktnevWe, Ky..
nosBeoaatbic aad Hydrosathle Phyriciaa. teaderf
his prefessi- nil services to the dttaeas of Memaab.
Residance Madison street, next to the Plaaiai; Mdl.
Office Madleea street, adjoining tbe Advrxaie otBec.
Refers to McCombs ic Trice, J. Tartan & Son, W J.
Davie aad W. E. MUtou. mar32-6m
DR. FENNER attends exclusively to Surgical Diseases,
sau as Piles, FiutuUe la Ano, Stnctures, Stoae is
Bidder, Ulcers. Cancers, Tumors, Pokpas, Diseased
Bones and Joints, Deteratties lruta Barns, Hair-Lip,
Contracted Tendona from hs of Lip, Cheek. Xoe, Eye
lids, kc. Closed Jaws from Salivatton, and all other dis
eases aad deformities requiring Surgical aid.
JBM .IJFJ M&K.
DR. FBNNER also attends to all IHseafes of the Eye
and Ear, aad U prepared to Board Fatssnts from a
rf Office ea Mala street. In Walker's BaikUng, rest
deace on Court street. aepM-dtwawlyia
WE are requested to anaoun- the Basse of S. A
MOORE as a candidate tor the office ot City Marshal, at
the ensuing June elections. raarl9-te
WE are authorised to aaaoaaee JAMBS O. REIN-
HARDT as a candidate for the orfice of City Marshal, a'
tbe en.alng Municipal Election ia Jane Bext. arl!Me
LADlEi' FURNISHING DEPOT,
BY MADAME H.,
No. 13!) Main Street, ITIcmpliis,
(Orer Drs. Shanks and TkriWs Q$ec )
Corsets and Shoulder Braces,
SIADE AXD SOLD,
VA laolosalo n.nd 3?to"tixil.
TRESSSS made m the neatest and most fashionable
Embroidery Stamping neatly done. Also,
Stamps Made for Embroidery.
Particular attention given to the manufacture at
Shoulder Braces and Improved Corsets.
The art ot Catting awl Making Dresses taught, and
Charts for Cnlllog faroi-hed. TVs ail of which the at
tention of the ladies is Invited.
Roam a pen from 8 ta 12 a. k.. aad frosa 2 to 6 r. st
Mr. n., manufacturer aad repairer ef Sewing
STATS OF TENNESSEE. At Rules aeid SB the CTtrk's
eeaca, Chaaeery side of the Csbusmb Law aad raaa
cery Outt ef the City of Mesphls, MaBday, March M
John L. Saaurraas and Isaac Saffara'-a B , irm of J. L.
SafiUrrans k Co., OtcaataiBaBts,
Tbe President. Directors k ComtMBy ef the Botanies
Medical OaUege and others. DereadaBts.
It appearing from affidavit filed la this caaae that the
Defendants, Alexander Miller aad A. F. SheWon. are
Boa-resldenU of las SUt ef Renawee: It Is ordered
that they do eater their appearasMV herein before cr
witbte the first three days of the next tsrsa cf saM
faa-l. ta bo txid sa Ibe fourth MsBday in May next.
(1367,) aad pisad. an.wer or oansr W CwaalaiBaBt's bin,
or the saaao wiH be taki R fercoafeswi, aad set far be a r-
i fT-TMTlr ml that a esov of tats eraer a paoissaeo
aoos a s-eak for faar successive weeks ia the Mem pais Jp-
. ..... m-wt r r . vtsd
A sspy--aita; juji.i .
Clerk aad Master.
Jas. Br-Tiinnsros, Solicitor for Compi't.
In Oliancerv at "Jliunpliis.
STATE OF TRXNH3SKE. Proeelias beM ta the
o k' aatne. Rhaaaerv 9Me of tho Caeaaaon Law aad
Chancery Court of the Oily of atcazaua, -aooraj, jisrva
MirthrFnaeJaOweo. James O. A. Owen, and Sarah
Vincent Baugas, Faaay Basgas, John Maore aad athan,
t inoeartae frssa asMavit filed in this cassa that the
Defendants, John Moore. George Movre, Rlebmnl Meare,
Marthy Moore. Lnuata Moore,rranainisaugus. crjaai a.
Rium. Poilv Nail aad her hatbdnd. Nail, are noa-
realnts of the State of Tenneose : It is sraervd that
they do eater their appearance be rain iKfare ar within
the first three days the acxt Wrm of said Court, to be
Ik Id un tbe fourth Monday ia Mar seat. (1867.) a d alead.
answer or demur to CsasplaiaaBts' Bill, or the tame win
be taken for coBiessed a to thesa. and eet Sac hearts; tx-
porfe and that a cjpv of thii order b Mtb-'tsbed tuce a
weec for soar sDessive ntt in aiv jawssi nfpiw.
A copy attet: JOIIX u WMJit,
Clerk and JtUr.
Jo tat Hallusc. Solicitor for Cosaal'u.
IMMENSE SUCCESS ,
Over Two Tliousand Bottles 6
J. H. McLEAX CELEBRATED STRLNGTESJW
EiG CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIKli
and the de
mand is in
ry day The
C eat sale
that has so
sprung up vVai
lor this rem
cdr. is 0W- iS
ts Thousands of weak, feeble and debilitated persons In
this city have been made healthy and strong by taking It.
It is the best alternative in tho world, and the only
remedy that will purify the blood, aad at the same time
strengthen and invigorate the a hole orgaoixation.
It will effectually cure all complaints of the Liver,
Stomach or Bowels, such, as Liver Complaint, Headache,
BUlousnesr. Bad Breath. Dyspepsia. Sour Stomach, Loss
ot Appetite, Nervous Diseases. Faintness. Weakness or
anv disease ot tho Womb, Kidneys or Bladder : and re
move yellowness or sores from the skun. It Is a sure
tvretentlve against Yellow Fever. Chills. Ague and
Fever. Cho'era, or any prevailing epidemic There Is no
mistake about it.
ir-a- Kverv bottle is warranted to give satis faction. Try
it It is very pleasant. It leaves a delightful aromatic
flavor in the mouth after taking it.
J. H. McLKAX, Sole Proprietor or this Corfu!.
Also. McLean's Volcanls Oil Liniment.
3-Principal depot oa the corner of Third .ni Prac
streets, au louis: no. ror saie in aiempuia, v,
Q. D. JOHXSON, Agsnt,
corner Madison and Mala streetrr
Also, by S. MAXSFIELD k. CO.,
febj-dawly Whales ale Druggists, Memphis
Leaves so MOXDAT, April 6th, at! p. St.
Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati.
MEMPHIS J. IL Peppeb, Mas'er.
L THIS magBtfieent passenger and freisft
packet, will leave far the above and a I
jt latermediate ports as above.
t.Fer, f seigHt or pa stage apply an bear I
a. u. nusuAuu. Aseu.
No. 33 Front Row.
Leaves MONDAY MORNING, April 8 h, at lOottiock.
Past Lino for Louisville.
REGULAR MHMPniS AND LOUISV1LLK LIXt.
LOW PRESSUKB STEA3IER
NORTH RRNKR J. F. SMITH, Master.
it. Tni3 flaet aad Debt draaghtstearaee,
ofleriBg saperler ladacements te paswa-
3 rets aad shippers, in leave as a hers
-for Cairo aad Loalsvtas.
Coneigoees w II receive their freight an the Levee
worn notified otherwise it will be stared at their expesee.
For freutht or passage, having saperkr aecenmoda-
lions, apply on board or to
mar3i-ld LA ALL ore- nuaitro, Ageus.
Memphis, White River and Xapoleon
TJ. S. MAIL PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia & Concordia,
STEAMER IiATE F"I2B,
J0HX T. SHIRLEY. Matter... .WM. T. WOOD, Oserk.
THIS new, splendid aad fast steamer,
having been purchased far the Packat
Trade in daceef the James LaugbMB-wiil
3aHiiiD.Be rrsmlarlr ia the trade, leavaas
Misaphis every MONDAY aad FRIDAY at 2 e'eteek r.
at., nuactasUy, cenaactiBg at XapeVea with White ail
Arkaesas rive- boats, taxiag neiaat, auu psa k
While rtvar i.t resolar rates. Retarnlag, leaves N apo-
every TUESDAY aad SATURDAY, arttviag at a em-
pats Saaria, aad Wsdaasday evenings.
Tbasif .' for former patronage, the owusrs bepe to
atarit a owitoraaao of the . aoae to their new boat, pro
aasstag strict atuntlea te baslseas.
LA V ALLirTTS tt, MUHKI3, Ageuta.
Vn-rrrr- to Smrpraa The Frisbee" wrR receive
freiaht aatll eae v'clsck on Mondays, aad daring tbe en
tire day Thursdays, aad until one oetoek Fridays.
A- T. La VAUJti te. 1st of urea r LavaVett k Mont.
J. T. SHIBLE v, hue of the Kate Fviebee.
E. . Daviiwox, law of Padacaa, Keasaeky.
LAVALLETTE, SHIRLEY &. C0i,
STEAJ1BOAT AND RAIL.UOAD
Comraission & Forwarding Merchants,
- Qgue .va. oi tvnz new ana loun ssmi.
Warehouse- oti Water street, Walt's Bteek.
t T. MORRIS, Esq., havla, reUred tseaa the " Pis
j. aeer Pltss " Ml the Sxeaaaaaat ABar hausaessef
I ..Valletta S. Marrb." the uadrrmsed have sii.acsatid
theaa Ives ror the tranuttlea of a 3a imhast. aad haH
ru4 Acsacy aad gsu.nl Cmatlssii-a aad FasrwarCta
baaiaeaa, aad waakf restacttaUy ask the patrons ef tao
cuaaeroaa friends oa the M Sim, a. wU n IBe Bieay
connected wl'h it.
Our friend Morris leaves aa talscsaa at EranarywlB-
Poaat, where ear stesmhsst rriensa cs want at wee wtm
aad Chitley aver ready te w arsis taem aiiasuiea
itajc BraasBt atteatioo to aB bassasss aeHruseca
te as, wa sysiasliaMy rvtar ta the BKscaaBis aad sMssies a
af Memaaia aad tea Great West.
LAYALUrlTB, WULBl s. w.
It will he sera from tbeaeve "card" that tSM aa-
aigaed withdraws liaet the sM aas ef Lavaaaaw k
Grateful tar the kind astrsanae f rasa the gsj rsaa and
war -by boatar.a ef ear part aad itasr. asri lo aor isnissiii.
whs have always aalsasTid their isSaraca aad isvaesi I
reaun with rvg et. yet solitat a lioBltBuaaw of sae gsnarai
rasar liasa hutisB az.4 sMaaess to sir sasnriii it..
Messrs. Lavallrtur, Shitly k Co. Tae IMmerhas b.en
my aauciate fur srs, and ia ta mry way wettaref
tavar Mi Betroaae.
Messrs. saifey and oavvasost, lata as tae sii'smsr a.as
Frishee. Bed aa lesiisisnrlstiao. SBssa ta every bus Inns
sua ef oar Made their aserits a yencteal basiHWa aatm
are knowa pasted ia all the ratred sbsUss as Agestts, I
erduu, rsaiiaarsirt ihcsB te taa petreaaseof aaaawxets
who wUh the iaCnencr at couileeee and obttgisr: men tu
reprraeal thesa. HaseeettuUy.
ap3 if Un Ao. i. ausua.
" SlOO KS WARD.
Jt VaAWAI rrusa tae sasecnorr.ai aaviri 1
Pobat, Taatea coaaty, Miss., three nag re men.
TOM. black, aged aboat 2S years, abeat avt-
feet eleven inches high, thick under up, aad lather sssw
ot speech, weighs about ITS puaads.
GBORGE. black, aged stwai 3t years, aoeai stx leei
high, well Bsade, fiae eaaaienaBce, aul wgaa aaeaC MO
WILSON, Mack, axed abeat 32 years, aet 5 feet H
' 10 laches bis, wstajbs abeat 150 peaads, ha a sfJchi
defect in his walk as if his teat were wee.
If take eat ef tae Stale, aad kriss! la jaH afcxsas-
BhU. I wui nay iheahuve reward. It wtteta the Sa.,
aud seeered se I get tatm, fifty dottars
aariS dantt Bowie's Poiat, Tnatca c.aaty. Mies.
Ttyi j-t-f-rm-t to IPornivlcia
US.. GJdJaJaajiliI ft Af 1 tiliO.
THE oemblaatieBS ot lngredtents la these Fits are-tee
result of a loag and extensive praetice. They are
salM in their operation, and certain la correct bur art tr
regrilantses. painful menstruation, remavtag all obetruc-twB-",
whether tromceM or otherwtoe, headacha, pasa 13
the side, palpitation of the heart, ateiureea steep, wsacn
always arbe lroes iaterraptioa of netare. Taeycanbe
aaeressfatly ased as a preveative. These Pats shad
sever be taken ia pregnancy, aa they weuid te sure to
hi a salscarnaxe. Warraasea purely vegeiaste, aaa
tree Iran aavtniBg ialarisas te Hf s or health. BxpHcK
directions, whKh saeaM be read, aceerapany each box.
Price 41. For sale la Memphis by
G. D. JOHNSON,
WARS k JONES.
X2 Seat by man by enclosing $1 to Dr. C0RNIL1G3
L. CBTWW8M AN, Xo. 192 Broadway, Xew York.
THE subscriber woald respectfaBy as
nounce to the ladles of Me ropki asd sar--ouuding
country, that be is now epeaisg a
. (..-V ... Piaiq uimvasr
Si Mf7 pavrrv dri nnODS. LACB3. EMBROiH-
'X ERIESaida general anwrtmaet ef LA MBS
FANCY GOODS, which he Is prepared to seH at tbe
very lawest price, for cash.
At! kinds of MILLINERY made te order attbesserteel
notice, WM. SILBERBERG,
Ne. 960 Mala street, third door above Lehman's Hry
Goods nouse. raartfl
CHARLES 1ST. EBICH
FAXCY AXD FAMILY GROCERIES,
32S MAIN-ST., WEST SIDE,
(SOUTH OF UNION STREET.)
HASjst received a large assort meat of EUriurKA
LUXURIES, such as IsmBCeeteBreasU.BruBs-
wKk Saassaya, Kel m (ie-i-, fait at i oiea a Lnu, a
Canard, at Brtasst en i ruge, tin-en wgeiastes, ees-
siatiBEot Aapara-trn. B-aas. Peas, etc.; Aravun, mo
laad nerrings, Luabarg aad Sap Sage Cheese. French
Chocolate, O-rntaa Prunes, Rheatsfe, Hoagariaa Masai
and Trench WIXK5, Cove oysters, Lsaarers, ssrwnws,
Saner s. Pickle , etc., and geneiaseertsant etPANUT
and FAMILY GROCERUS.
Manvaf the above articles are for the first ttme tei-
psrted tntc the United States, aBd can be had ba Mut-
pbH UXLX OI on AO miwi.
PIAIIO POETE, ELTBNITTJBE,
Carpet and Curtain Rooms.
t PIAXOS "t A. A- Gale,
Co.. Lishu-, Newtoa Jtl
Bradbary; Rosevood. Ma- j
htaraav and Walnut Parlor -
and Bed Boosa Fnraiture. Sofas, Divans, Bureaus, Ward
robes, Secretaries, Cottage Mai hie Top BM Room suits,
and a Urge asaertaient of Cocuaoa Furniture.
Snrinsj, Hair, Mom, Cotton aad Shack Mattresses made
te order. OU Carpeting, from thiee te eighteen feet
vytt; Tanestry, 3rneeb and Ceeaawa Caipeta. Traas
percnt Shade aad Curtains. Carpet. Curtains aad Car
stces. saadc by aa exiail-aeed Upaeistsrsr. Lsekinz
Glass aad Picture Frames mads te order. Planes aaaed.
aad all kinds of Msstsal laaaraawBts restureu ay axpe
rleaced werkmen. H. M. GRO3VBX0R,
Main street, between Madisea aad Mesraa.
I WILL sell for cash or sheet paper-, very low,
Mtae following CITY LOTS, hetssgteg is the estate
ot J. H. Ta-bot. (id selels oraVrvl by CeBit:)
LstXo 7io Beet 17; Lot X 14 la Week? 16 Cut
No. IS in Bhvk 17 ; In front of the Gaieee Hssase.
Lsis No. 1 and 2 ia Week II, oa the earner ef Shelby
ad Beal streets.
Also, Lot No. 13 and 11, on Second stteet, between
Union and Gayosa streets.
nVTrte-la J. H. PROVINE. Agent.
THE andCTaHraed. haviag beea qaatlDed as Admtnss-t-ator
of JOHN A. GARRISON, decM. attheMareh
Term 187, ef the Conaty Court J Shstbr, netlfiea M
persens tedelMM to sa d deceased to snake Imraedeata
paymeBt, aad those having etahns against sett decedent
are rtqaeated to present them la the ttme and as the taw
directs, or they - ia be for ever tarred.
nTrS dim J AMBS R. GARRISON. Aifaa'r.
SIXJrlAnua irem ine wenu-reuowcru
Buaufactnrvrf, Messrs. ChlskeriBC k
the original Jonas O&KxjerrBg, wera
mod to us on tbe 27th of February', per
ship JfsJinar, and will be received la a few tfayj, whtsh
onr for sale at tbe manufacturers' prices, si
nenses of traaiportatloo added only.
pensea oi v MeKIXNF.T Jt CO ,
jira-lO 192 Main street.
Kallett. Davis & Co.'s Pianos!
I Piano Fortes five now la store and eleven
I to arrive ner shins IHjiraf Aa and Mara-
1 then and bark Atlas aH et whieh will be
sold at extremely short profits by
McKINXET fc CO-
Jlaven, Bacon & Co.'s Pianos!,
FOURTEEN Planm from the above man
ufacturers, seven now ea hand.lhe balance
shipped last math per ships Ftctseurj
and bimard Kncm. These Pianos are
so weU known in Memphis and the surrounding osuatry
... .. ... ...... .. nnl ,bl?tl7
that turtaer sctioe irum u ia -
that we can afford and wiu sell tnem ai "r"'"
heretofore. marlOJ jica.ija.i a- w.
Alliert TV. L,add &Co.'sJPianos!
rir?srS?1r Mesara. A. W. Ladd A Co . Botr
h U f tf fl shipped on the ship Marat Hon.
J 'J Si U U pianos wiU ba due hers next week, and
will be told low by .,v- ., rn
TO THE LADIES ASD GEXTLEMEX OF
TUT OS 3VT 3E 3s: X & .
JAMES MILLS0N, fsrmerly of Clncln-
rati, Ohio, would resiiectfully announce toj
ik. ritiT.m r Memohls that he has opened;
. . r I uneaTVR T.ttabSUhment on Uaton
Jtreet,nearIHSoto, where Bonne ts-'Ftat. Gipsey and
Gents' Hats wKl ba done in .the best style far tho;wVii.
favor him with their pitronage. Also, Bonnets dyed and
pressed far teres, at low prices.
Please give hlra a call, on Union street, near DeSoto.
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