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THE DAILY APPEAL.
. APRIL 18, 1857.
g" There was a snow-storm at LouIbvUU,
yesteroay. so a pnnw uiiiau ...n ..
gS" There is a. letter in the St. Louis post
Ocetor "W. C. ErcKASAX, Memphis," dttalned lor
son pajmeat ef posts t?. In advance.
ff- Tbe trial of G. W. Reddice", indicted
forme murder of Captain Powell, was concluded on
Tbursday. The Jury retimed a Ttrdlct of "not guilty."
g" The Rev. F. M. Thomas has declined
the oil to tike charge of Grace Church, about to be
erected in this city.
figf In consequence of the annual parade
earning 07 la the early part of Hay, we understand, the
Firemen, ai an argantzatlon, will net Join In the parade
. the lit of May.
(J" If there be a lover of good painting in
our raty, we advise him to call at the sttdlo of Mr. J as
Hikt, and take a lost at the recently tnlahed portrait
o,' Lieut. Batabo E.;Hahd, United States Navy.
g3r The Wew York papers state that Miss
Louisa Ptse baa taken paasaga on the Perria, which
satis lor Liverpool en the S0:b of the present month.
Miss P. la one of tha best English Tocallsts that has arc
Tlsited tha United States.
SS We learned yesterday morning, frcm
geaamaa dkect from -' Tyree Springs," that Mr. Sam.
Billtlin waa dying when b left. H. aays It was
thought at the time of bis departure Mr. B. could not
lire an hear.
K.ULE0AD CELEBRATION COMMITTEE OF
AKBAKOEarxirrs. Tha gentleman composing this Com'
miMee are requested to meet at tbe eflice of the Memphii
and Charleston Railroad, at 7 H o'clock, on Monday n ext.
it la Important that every member aheald attend. We,
make thla notice on request of the Chairman.
uoi. j. u. axwex, or toe mcaragna
Army, trnra tn tne city last nignt from Augusta; ia
He is on bis way to Vickaburg, but win return In time to
be present at the Railroad celebration on the 1st and 3d
of May, when we ahaii expect to bear from him touching
tbe affairs of that interesting country.
Adams Express Com pant. We are indebt
ed to this company tux Aug usta papers of Friday. "We
learn from Mr. Shotex, Assistant Supeilntendest, that
goods ar Tired in tUs cMy, per Adams Express Company,
last eTtBlsg, only Jits daji out from New Tork. his Is
the quickest time la which goods bare (Ttr been received
in this ctty from tbe metropolis.
Criminal Court. The case of Golding, a
slave, charged with, the murder of TAJExn. was brought
Bp yesterday. Tbe ease was cjatlnued and defendant
Tbe eases of raa.SE Saxet, for murder, and Petes.
Celly, for larceny, were continued.
The Court wtH adjourn to day cntil the next term.
First Consignment or Whiskxto Chaxles
tox. Our friends, Messrs. Lavalztte, Shibxet A
Co., steamboat ageeta and cemmisslon merchants, made
yesterday a shipment of one hundred barreia of whisky
from this city to Cbarlestsa. They enjoy superior ad.
vantages la their business, aad we take pleasure In cem
meading them to tbe cesfidesc ef our new Atlantic ac-
The Railroad Celebxatiok in Mat.
Amoagst the distinguished Tisltors we may expect to be
present at oar Grand Railroad CekferaUea on tha 1st and
Jd of May, is Ike Hen. Co LUX S. TARTLET, of Jack.
sea, Mtss , one f the aMest men ar d best speakers In
that State. A speech from him toothing the effects of
the great railroad coaaectkn Just completed, will be verj
acceptable to the large crowds assembled here on thaloe-
Ms- Wheeler. We have been under many
ob.I;atluns U Mr. A. J. Wueeleb, the gentlemanly
Deputy Clerk of tha Criminal Court, during the term now
about closing, for the obliging deposition manifested by
blm la in parting to as whatever of Interest transpired
la ibe Criminal Court, and we take this method of re
turniag blm thanks. Mr. Wheelex, la a cartful and
attentive eSSeer, and Mr. Wright was extremely fortu
nate In selecting bun as his deputy.
The Special Police. Tbe Ealt desires to
knew the ArrEAL'S cplnlea concerning tha " special po
lice arrests." The Eagle evidently thinks there is some
bunkum" ia tbe question and Imagines too that It baa
aecared the "baskcm" aide.
Tbe ArrEAL. published estgtnaHy all the documents
upon wbieh pubUt eplaiea waa made up, and tbe opinion
was well nlgb aaanlmous that tbe demand of tbe "spe
cial peltce" ef a fee fer releaalag Innocent parties waa a
wreag which ought to have been reprimanded by tbe dis
missal ef the pottccraes cencerm d If they bad not volun
tarily resigned. At aH evesta their dismissal waa clearly
dematded by the pabHc sentiment. We concurred in this
sealiiaeat, bat, preperly left It to be formed from the
statements of both parties. The Eagle did not form
public tcnttmest on that question. It only expressed its
oinnion after that atntlment bad ben made up.
Memphis Female College. We visited
the Fmale OaWege, yesterday afternoon, and arrived at
a vety eppertaae time, as we bad Ibe pleasure of listen
ing to a portion of a lecture delivered on Natural Philoso
phy, by Dr. Millington, tbe distinguished scholar, and
Prof et tor of Chemistry ia tbe Memphis Medical College.
TLe Doctor has x happy stjle about his delivery that
woaM make almost aay aubject, no matter bow dull a
est. laterestiag to tha bearer. On tbe present occasion,
however, the matter treated upon waa of a pleasing
character, and with his Hlustratioas, ingenious, I nt easy
of coraprebeasiea by the most youthful listener, an hour
was w failed away pleasantly, and the Information given,
oftbe most useful -htracUr to fcls audience. There are
s,e mea who have the peculiar faculty of encba'nlng
tbe attention ef the young, and words falling from tbe
Hps ef sach, eerry with them a weight and make an Im
pression almost IsdtUble upon the youthf al mind. Such
were ear thoughts yesterday as we noticed how eager
tbe yoaag ladies ef tbe College were to bear and see eve
rything ptrtalnlng to tbe lecture and illustrations of Br.
M., and we further thought that tbe worthy President,
Rev. Mr. MAcriiEIuOK, Judged rightfully of.fiumaa ca
ts! t when be secared bis servioes fer a course of twenty
four lectures daring the present session et tbe College.
Tbe Memphis Female College is an Institution of learn
ing that ear ettiteBS may well be proud of, and the repu
tation which tt bas obtained abroad Is well deserved. At
tbe present time, it numbers abeat eighty pupils, twenty
or mere ef whom art from adjacent States, and are sent
hither by parents well satisfied that aa thorough and
podshed aa edacaUon can ba obtained by their daughters
aa at any Female College in the United States. Tbe
President. Rev'. M r. Maci kekjox. Is an eminent scholar,
and experienced teacher, and to his superior management
and appHcatlea to tbe interests t f jbose placed under his
ckarge, ia attrtlutable the high standing which the Col
lege has obtained and maintains. Tbe other mexibers of
the Faculty are aeeompHshed scbalars, and every way
worthy of the posttiens wblcb they occuiy.
The pleasant situation of tbe College, and the complete
ness of the building fer the purposes for which it was
erected, the dormitories being large and well ventllattd
tbe reeKatien rooms being admirably arranged for both
comfart and convenience, mates it a desirable place for
pep&a both from tbe city and abroad.
The prises of tuition are extremely reastnable, and when
It ia takes into consideration that vocal music is taught by
a teacher who has few equals, and that lectures are de
livered three times a week, by lir. Milxjkoto.v, on in
teresting and valuable subjects, without extra expense to
the pupil, we wonder that mote parents have not availed
Ibtmeetves of the benefits which woud Inure to their
daughters, frjm taltUn there, and profited by It,
Tbese wbe have never visited tbe Memphis Fern tie
College can.bavent adequate Idea et Its completeness for
the purposes to wblcb it is dedicated; and we would ad
vise aH who have daughters wham tbey desire to receive
aceUfglate education to pay It a visit before gang to
other cities with their children, tor educational parposes.
Any tafermatien concerning the College will be impart,
ed with pleasure by the President.
Ky We have xead a treatise upon the ori
gin, causes, symptoms, and proper treatment for the
cure of Fever and Ague, bj G. A. LEOHARD, ef New
Tork, and It la ne of tbe most sensibly written articles
that we have eTer perused. It is scientific, yet void of
those big aords used by some to mystify the science of
medicine. It ia sufficiently plain to be understood by the
uninitiated, and deep enough for the wlaest in tbe medi
cal profession. Bis Swth American Fever ar.i Ague
Rtnudf, aHu&ed to therein, Is tbe article which can ef.
f ect a p rmanent cure ef that disease; and any one
reading that work, wiil see that It ia a scientific article.
Abe and Debilitt. As old age comes
creeping on. It brings with It many attendant lcfinnl
ties. Loss of appstlte and weakness Impair the health.
and want of activity makes tbe mind discontented and
unhappy. In cases where old age adda ita Influence, It is
almost Impossible to add vigor and bealth and although
Buy remedies nave been tried, all have failed, until
BeEKHATx's Holland Bitters wsre known and nsed,
Ia every case where they have been employed, they have
Invariably given strength and restored the appetite.
Tbey have become a gteat agent for this alone, and are
used by many people who are suffering from tbe loss of
appetite and general debility. In caws of long alandlag
chronic dlseaiea, they act as a charm, invigorating the
s litem, thus giving nature another opportunity to repair
physical injuries. See advertisement In another column
-rn PTAHEIITT fc TIRO..
such extensive additions to their former
stock of Pianos Melodeors, snoaaacom
l Vnmltnr, nf ctvle and varietv.
. ah. intfifvn, in mnrinr the tnerchanta of our
city that their oriert la laror of their plintlnj Irtend
la taecoantry. can Dcancuoru w a uju
gp4a Corner Sfaln and Union atrecU, HempMa.
Pianos. Melodeons, &c.
A FEW more on nana, from nest ma
kers, including Cblckerlng it Sons'.
Pianos Tuned, by applying at
apl? GBO. 7LAHXSTT k SRO'S.
fatest Itxtos fag, Ugrajif
TO ASSOCIATES PRESS OF MEMPHIS,
Additional by tbe Arabia.
New To&r, April 17. On thousand houses wars
destroyed near Canton.
One thousand Junks again attempted to surprise tbe
English, bet failed.
The .Mandarins bare been ordered to negotiate when
the English steamers threatened the towns where tbey
Exports concerning tha Emperor baring ordered Got.
Tech, of Canton, to make peace, are very contradictory.
GoTemor Tech, bad adrlsed the Americans to remove
The ship Sea, of Orleans, Is In a dangerous position
Little hops is entertained of taring the Teasel.
Important from Washington.
Washisoton-, April 17. The Cabinet are dellbera
ting upon the advices received of tbe Imminent danger
ef the loss of the right of way at Tehauntepcc Tbe At
tomey General la eugag'd In drawing up a report of tbe
history of tbe Transit and tbe Geary Sloe claims, which
will constitute the basis of the President's action. Or
ders will be sent by next ateamtr to the naval forces In
ths West Indies and Pacific, to concentrate at Panama, if
necessary ; and for the stationing of troops on both sides
ef the'lstbmus, to preserve neutrality. The British and
French Ministers have been advised of the determlna
tlon of ths Government.
River Xewi and Marietta.
Louisville, April 17. The river is faning. Arrived
Newcorab, Chancellor and Xtnplie. Departed Baltic
New Tobk, April 17. Tbe Cotton market Is very
much unsettled, quotations nominal. Sugar advanced !
jort of lITemjijjtfe
Arrivals and Departnrea.
Fsidax, April 17.
James J.hnson, Nashville to New Orleans.
B. W. Adsms, Louisville to New Orleans.
John J. Boe, New Orleans to St. Lou.s.
Nasbvlle, New Orleans to Nashville.
Scstland, Nashville to New Orleans.
Jame Laugblln, Memphis to natchie river.
Eate Frisbce, Memphis to Napoleon.1
J3 Tbe river coutlnuea to rise. AH the upper streams
are reported on a aland. Tbe weather last evening was
cloudy, with Indications of rain.
E3 Tbe John Simtm&t, under command of Capt. Wrsy,
will depart this afternoon after tbe arrival of the cars, fer
New Orleans. Her accommodations for paasengera are
superior, and abe wtfl go through in quick time.
53" Tie ilattit Wayne la now due from St. Louis.
She will probablr arrive tcwlsy.
3- The Aleonia will be at the landing to-day, and will
return to Nashville thla afternoon.
J3 The Louisville Courier, of Mondsy, says :
"A Salboat loaded with railroad cars fer tbe Memphis
road, went over the falls yesterday morning. It was tbe
same boat that waa sunk In the month of Kentucky river
by tbe Ice. Tbe company para $1200 fr the transporta
tion cf tbe cars."
3" The Cincinnati Ccmsicrrta!, of Monday, aays :
Tbe R. H IFSiuIoiff brought up the Cnited Statea
mall te Cairo, but being a few hours behind the time, the
mall agent refused to psy Capt. McGiTl for tbe service
the amount being one bundrel ana fifty dollars. It is
the Intention of th captain to bring suit in New Orleans,
be claiming te have nlledjlhe requirements of the con
tract to the letter."
"A new steamboat wheel bas been invented. It Is the
application to tbe wheel of tbe principle of feathering tbe
oar in rowing, the paddles making thereby less back wa
ter In the operation, ana drawing tbemwlves out of tbe
water as soon as they bare expended th ir propelling
power. Elliptic moving cogs, each repreetnting one of
the paddies, upon a revolving cyll jdrical plate, give mo
tion to an eccentric nlate. that turns the centnal shaft.
thuunderlng each motion lndep ndent in ita motion of
J'j3-The St. Louts Dtnocrtt, of Wednesdsy, aays :
'' The river waa about en a stand yesterday, and has
not yet gained the point It rose to once before thla year.
Missouri repotted still ruing fast. Upper Mississippi
and Illinois about on a aland. Business here very brisk,
and weather yesterday delightful."
S3" We copy the fallowing from tbe St. Louis Repub
lican, cf Wednesday :
More or the Boce Island Bridge Another
Boat Destroyed Excitement or the Citizens.
&c We hive o record tbe a molt total destruction of
another steamboat by a coUlslin with tbe Hock Island
Bridie. Accidents, damaging boats to a greater or less
extent, are now of dally occurrence at Rock Island. We
only notice tbemcre serious of them. Only a week ago
the Lucie JUoy, in coming through tbe bridge, was so
much damaged that the has been on tbe ways at thla
place ever alnce. repairing.
Tbe steamer Editor from the Upyer Mississippi. veter-
dsy, brings us Information of another accident. The facta
are aa follows ;
Tbe steamer Rescue, upward bound, on tbe 10th lrst..
made in effort to pass through the bridge and bad nearly
efVcted tbe pass sge, when tbe rapid current drove her
tern against one of we piers, ana she Deo me fast.
She tben swing around, and waa carried forcibly under
tae tirlag. where her Texas caught, ana sue came to a
bait, broadside In tbe stream.
Two lumber rafta were coming down against her, and
to avoid a rel'Ision with them, ber Texas was cut away.
She tben floated dewn tbe s.trem wllb b-r cklmneys
and the bole ef her upper works demolished, and waa
caught by a ton-boat bew. Tbe damage to tbe Rctcuc
la estimated at JCOOO.
Tbe steamers IF. X. icin7. Ori. Flora and Henrv
Qrff were below the brldre, where they bad been wait
ing sometime fer a 'avorabieoi portualty to pass throuih.
The steamer Conevago waa above, detained by the aame
Considerable excitement Is said to have prevailed at
Bo.k Island, and feara were entertained by some of tbe
citizens that the bridge would be destroyed.
Tbe friends and acquaintances of the late SAMUEL
SWKETLlNDare invltod to attend bis Funeral from
Mrs. Smith's residence on Madlstn street,, THIS MORN
ING, at 10 o'clock. Services by Rev. S. Watson.
Satcrdat, April IS, 1857.
GBAND SAILBOAT JUBILEE AT MEMPHIS
OH THE 1ST AND 2D DAYS OF MAT.
Tbe Committee appointed by tbe City Coun
cil to make arrangements for tbe approaching
Railroad Jubilee, to celebrate tbe completion
ot tbe Memphis and Charleston Railroad and
opening of a direct communication between
tbe Mississippi and Atlantic, on tbe 1st and 2d
days of May next, have, in tbe fulfillment of
their duties, appointed ths following Commit
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
A. H. DOUGLASS,
I. X. HINEAL,
Jt D. BAUGH.
A. . SHAW,
W. B. GREENLAW,
W. X. MILTON,
COMMITTEE OF INVITATION.
ROBERTS N 70PP.
J. P. CARUTHERS,
J. H McMAHON,
A- H DOUGLASS,
J. KNX WAIXER,
1. P. PRTOR.
DANIEL B. TURNER,
W. R. HARRIS,
R. C BRINKLVT,
B. F. DILL.
W. T. BROWN,
COMMITTEE OF RECEPTION.
THOS. B. CARROLL.
H. C. SMITH,
J J. WORSHAM,
D. M CURRIN,
E W. M. KING.
THOS. J. FIN NIB,
SAML. P. WALKER,
H. D. SMALL,
I. N. BARNETT.
W. H. CARROLL,
A. E. TATLOB,
COMMITTEE OK FINANCE.
B. GRAHAM. J. H. LOWNKS.
JOHN OVERTON, F. M. COPELAND,
W. R. JtlLLKK, A. U HARRIS,
A. WOODRUFF, K. McDAVITT,
R. A. PARKER, W. J. DAVIE,
W. F. BARRT, J. L. WEBB.
S. B CURTIS, L. J. DUPRSE.
C. C. CLEAVES,
INK hundred thousand CIGARS, Just received and for
J. EOTD & CO.
O EVENTT-FIVE barrels Dean'a Whisky,, for sale to
VS close account by
apU-dlm J. BOTD A CO.
fTlWESTT-FIVE barrels, per steambo-t Glendale, In
JL store ana lor sale cy
aplt-dlm J. EOTD A CO.'
BLACKBERRY BRANDT on .tl.'t :
Cherry ' -
Grspe Brandy Amn Mentfer.
3. BOTD 4. CO
SUOH as will stand tbe test of Judges, viz. :
Superior old Bourbon : -No.
1 old Monongabela :
Pure Kentucky Bourboa.
aplt.dlm J. BOTD U CO.
RECEIVED by recent importations :
.Brandies of every variety;
Holland Gin; pure and sennlne;
Pure Jamaica Rum, guarantied ;
Port Wine, pure London Dock ;
Sherry and Madeira Wines,
apll-dlm J BOTD A CO., 170 Maln-et.
THE undersigned. Teacher of Modern Languages, re
apectfilly annonncea to the young ladles and gen
t'emen of Memphis that be will epen a Night School on
the 15th day of April next, lmwhtcb be will give In
struction In all branches taught in High Schools and
Academies. Particular attention will be jt.veu to In
struction in tbe English, German, French and Spanish
The best references given, after twenty yrars' expe
rience la the Instruction of youth in some of the best in
stitutions In tbe United States.
For particulars apply at the School Boom, (formerly
occupied by tbe Court,) coiner of Front Row and Adams
atreet, or Mr. Joseph Teufel, or Capt. F BIngwald.
X3T private instruction given during tbe day.
apl5-dlm X. FURCK.
ON my plantation, nine miles South of Memphis, for
balanee ft this years A man without a family pre
ferred. To one properly qualified and coming well recom
mended, (none others need apply,) liberal wages will be
paid. S. WHEATLET.
Refer In Memphis to S. Mosby, Eaq. aplf-daw2w
Wood Choppers Wanted.
,T WISH to hire some seven or right, good- Wood Chop
JLpers, to whom. tbe usual waget will be given. -Apply
0. C. MAYDWELLfMemphls.-.Ji
" &ommirria Ijatto
MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OFFICE, (
SATURDAY. April 18. 1857.
MEMPHIS COTTON QUOTATIONS,
Inferior 9 (310
St rlct MlddUng.13 X1S K
Lew Middling.... 12x
Middling Falr..l i
Fair, scarce.... nominal.
MEMPHIS DOMESTIC MARKETS.
Baoqino and Horn. ...Kentucky Bagging, 19(320
for Hand Loo.r, and2I22 fir Power Loom; Bope,
Hand Spun, ll12c, Machine Spun, 1212Mc.
Flocr.....'B bbl.. 46 60S J9; Superfine Fancv 47 CO
25; Extra a$f,x wi. th stocx is light; the demand
Wheat.. ..Sales at from 85; to si per bushel; but
Oats. ...Stock light, with limited demand: in sacks.
delivered, t550c, and retail 60c.
levee told at 4547c ? bushel, sacks furnished by buyer.
ana ooc, sacss lurnisne"
CORN.. ..Ear Corn 6uww.f iu acno75c.
Powder.. ..Kentucky Rifle ten keg iota and upwards
$8 26; under ten, not less than five kegs,$6 60; undsr
five kegs, $6 75; Mining Powder, ten keg lots and up-
warasatTo; nvegeg lots ana uswaras. So; uncer five
kega so 25.
STOCK xaAZtKET..Tnere ta a good demand for all de-.
scriptions of Stock, ana Duyets are paring from K(36X
for good beeves; 6X7 cents for bogs, and $1 60$J 00
fi head for sheep.
Seeds.. ..We auote clover at 411(312 bnanel: blue
grass $2 SO; timothy $ $5; berdtgraaa $2 $2 60; mus-
seei, $a ou, orensru v-i ou, scarce; mine: sew S2$Z 25,
uorrtt....ii nesioior rair to inoioe.
Sugars. ...Fair HKi Prime 11 KQIlKtCbeke 12(3
is; uiarinea ana uranuiaieu isiaiac.
Bcuc Fori. ...luetic for hog round, wllb rood stock
Teas... .Retail prices: Imperial sUSsl 60 W fc: Gun
powder 41 (3 II 60; Toung Hyson SOcQ 21 26. Black 0.a
Provisions. ...The market Is almost entirely bare of
au xinas or urn steals ; tnererore, cricea are nominal.
Star Candles.. ..Advanced v 23 for boxes ; halves
29, ana quarters ?u, witn an upwura tendency.
Paists axd Oils.. ..White Lead at 9 to 9 60 for
wholesale lots, and 10c for retail; No. I do. 7 (3Sc: Red
Leaa sraiuKc; Larauusi lote St 25 br tho barrel;
Train OU 818 to 330 ? bbl.
sardines.... Wholes, none; Halves. St to si doien
Quarters, 638 S 60.
wrapping paper. ..Large sue, si 25 ream; me
aium, sue, crown tuc.
Lard. ...We quote bbls at I5S5I6, and kegs at lie.
15c Stock Ught.
Molasses 70c for prime In- barrels, and 7475cln
Nuts. ...Soft Shell Almonds, IS to 20c 9 ft; Fecane
Salt.. ..No talia from landing. Sales from store si 25
to SI 30 for Coarse, and 81 60 to Si 65. from store, al 40
so 51 ou uoarse, ana $1 o rine.
Lumber... .Poplar, sll 60(312 60: 'Cypress. 15Q16:
Tellow Pine, $1718; Pine Flooring, $30; White Pine,
dressed, $30; Shingles, $i603 50.
CRACKERS.... Water, bbl. S6 25: Butter. 85(35 60
sugar, M ft o; sooa, lie; Boston, lie.
tobacco.. ..weqnote Missouri. Kentucky and Tennes
see, pounds and bait pounds at 2116; Virginia, 6'a
and S'a. good brands. 2540c; Virginia, extra brands.
pouoos, oi&guc, ana cnoice aau zaucy, oug$i uu.
Vineoab.. . .Apple (pnrel sS 00(26 50 a bbl.. Manu
factured (pure) soggsso ou.
UORN jiEAL....rrom wagons paai weer at .0(5 50c.
Rice. ...Bytthe tierce 7Sc.; scarce.
Soaps. ...Memphls,6X6c;Kastern79c$ &.
Starch.. . .Ohio Pearl, t 9 X .
Macceral.. ..Stock light, and advancing. No. 1 In
bbls, "J 16 60, No. 2 in bbls $12 6013 ; No. 3 (large) $11
00(312 in bbls; No. 3 (small) $9 00(310 60.
ULACEiNO....nason's $3 251300 fi gross.
Wooden Ware.. ..Painted Palls. 2 60ffi265? doz.
Painted Tubs.lt 12X4 25 nest.
steel... .aprtng, izhc; uennan.iSK; aglish Blis
ter, -mc; American Blister, 10c; uast steel 20c.
Cordage. ...Manilla, 15lCc 7 &; Cotton, 2530e.
Stone WARE..Selllngat 9i315c 9 gallon.
Shot and Lead. ...Pat shot ".2 10; Buck. s2 60: Bar
Lad SgSXc; Fig, 77X. Supply scarce.
Feathers. ...Smau supply, and In good demand at
Salehatl'5... -Sales are mvle at7XSc 9 a.
Soda... .6ia.7Xc 9 a.
Spices. ...Nutmegs, $1 25 fl ft; Ginger, 8X10e.
Coal... .Supply moderate; selling at 60(37;.
Tar.. ..In bbls, $5$6; la kegs. 76c; haUbbls. $225
Leather.. ..Domestic. Sole (rough 2022e; as in
western-sole, (oak) 43Mttc; Harness. wc.
eastern. ...Sole (hemlock,) 353117c
Hides. ...Dry Flint, 17c; c7 vc for Green; 25335
IRON. ...Tennessee unmberisna tar.) axe; Pennsylva
nia (Pittsburgh bar.) 6c; Castings (hollow ware.) 4X
5c; Machine Castings, 6XC? 2.
riN....I. V. SI2 87X. 1X-. SI4G2X; BIOCE 42 X Cta.l
Bar 45 cents.
Glass. . ..French Wlndow.BxlO, $2 25; 10x12, $3009
box 50 tret. Pittsburgh 8x10, $2 box ; .10x12, $3 60.
Kails.. ..$4,60 to $6 00 it keg, according toquallty for
Zasetrn; $1 60 to $5 for Pittsburgh.
Linseed OiL....$l so, per bbl ; stock good.
Cheese. ...I2X13c very scarce.
Wall Paper. ...The stock Is moderate, and compri
ses every variety of atyle and price; demand active, at
I0c$3 60 ? roll of 9 yards, as tn quality and price.
uniCKENs....io(3r.'uc; jsrzs zt&iuci Turkeys aucka
5c; Butter 15c tt.
potato ES....irisn puU'.ops $3 tj 10 ji lu.
Brooms. ...Fancv. 43(34 60: Common. $22532759
Exchange and Bank Noto List.
O. W. OH r-iHRV t3 CO.,
COR. FRONT ROW AND MADISON-ST.
, SELLING BATES
iprem 1 New Tork 1 prem
Kprem I New Orleans 1 prem
Kpreni I Louisville & Cln..l prem
Sprcm I St. Louis.. ...... .1 prem
Xprem I New Orleans...... Xprem
I All large Upper
Country (good).. ;prem
Louisville h Cln.
American Gold 1 prem I Gold 1 X prem
Silver.............! prem I Silver.. .......... 3 preu
Highest rates paid for Land Warrants and Arkansas
Swamp Lund Scrip.
THIS valuable property, situated on Seal
strrel, near Main, containing ninety-one feet
front by one hundred and filly feet deep, will be
okl at a
TLe bouse is one of tbe mof.i spacious In lbs elty, and
I - - , ,I . - I,. . . . . - H. . i , . M - t
Persons wishing to make an investment will nod this a
rare oppoi tunlty,
If not so d at private sale by TnURSDAT, the 23d
Inst., It will be old on that day at 12 o'clock, at auction,
to the highest bidder. Apply to
Q A fl BBLS. Whisky, various brands, la atoie and tor
DUW sale low by H. H. POTTER, Main st ,
apll Third door North Worsham Hooae.
A GOOD GARDENER liberal wagaa paid Apply to
J. M. SHAW k CO.,
Office on Bank Avenue, 1st door from Maatson-it.
T ITAVE this day disposed of my entire Interest In the
JL firm of GOODLETT, NABKRS h. CO., to my asociati a
in business, wbo assume Its liabilities, and to whom pay
ment must be made. In retiring I beg to return my sin
cere acknowledgments to my friends for their support
I during my connection with tbe above bouse, and would
now Bespeak a continuance cf the same to my former
partners and successors in business.
B. O. AABERS.
THE subscribers beg leave to announce to their friends
and tbe public that Mr. K. B. Bone, of Hickory Wythe,
ITrnn., becomes a p.rtner In their bouse this day. Tbe
Groc ry and Commission bU'iness will be continued by
tbem under tbe style and arm ot CiOODLETT. BO.NE &
CO., at their old stand, No 47 Front Row, they assum
ing i be liabilities and entire control ot the huse ot
I Goodlett, Nabers h. Co. Tbey bop - by strict attention to
business to merit a f urtber kind patroujge. heretofore so
llbrral'y extended to thrai. R. D. GOODLETT,
MEMPHIS April 10, 1S57. W.W.MILAM.
3IOST DESIRABLE LOTS
FIVE Lota on Alabama road, adjoining tbe property of
Mr. Marsh Miller, and nearly opposite tbe residence
ot Sam. Mosby, Esq. fronting on Alabama road CO feet
each, running back 148 K fee. This is a most desirable
location for residences, in a rrost healthy past of the city.
ana will be sold in lots I- suit purchasers.
ALSO, 117 feet on Market atreet, immediately opposite
the residence of T. Titus, Esq., running ba k some 180
feet, upon wblcn Is a dwelling ana outhouses, well aed
elstein, with a choice selection of fruit tr es. Those
wlblng to secure sites for family realdences contiguous
to tbe business portion of tbe city would do veil to make
early application. Teims easy. Apply to
apl6-2w AlE. 11 Apperson St Co 'a.
"OlFTEEN barrrls and twenty half barrels superior
Jt Cherry Brandy. n. n. POTTER. Main at..
apll TBira ooor .Norm woranam House.
FIFTT barrels No. 1 Molasses, for sale by
mar!7 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
NE HUNDRED barrels Mess Pork, for sale by
HANCOCK, CLARK. A CO.
T7ORTr THOUSAND pounds Bulk Pork, for sale by
4? mar!7 nANCOCK. CLARK fc CO.
TEN tierces Mitchell, Guthrie A Co., Hams ;
10 tierces Stage A- Shay. Jtxtra nanu, for sale by
narl7 HANCOCK. ULAKK a. uu.
fXNK HUNDRED AND FIFTT bbls. Mess Fork, for
KJ sale by
HANCOCK, CLARE A CO.
THREE HUNDRED boxes, H and V box, Star Can
dies, fer sale by
nar!7 HANCOCK, CLARK ACQ.
ONE HUNDRED bcxes and half boxes Soda Crackers,
lor sale by HANCOCK, CLARK A CO.
FITE caska Shoulders, for sale by
marI9 IIAKCCCK. CLARK A CO.
TEN caska Plain Hams, received and for sale by
marl9 HANCOCK, CLARK A CO.
S EVENTT-FIVE boxes Starch, for sale by
marl7 HANCOCK, CLARK A CO.
TVTEW BACON 50,000 piunda Tennessee Bacon, for
1 sale by mar!8 HANCOCK, CLARK A CO.
TWENTT-FIVB caska Clear Side Bacon;
25 casks plain Hams;
25 caska Shoulders For sale by
martl HANCOCK, CLARK A 00.
THREE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Lest Laid;
10 barreia dc For aale by
martl HANCOCK. CLARCi A CO. -
FIFTT-ONE boxes quart Flasks, fofSale bv
maris HANCOCK; CLARK A CO.
T-tnnR nuNDREO bbls. Flour, for raleev
j? 'marn'h...' ...HANCOCK. CLARK A.CO.g;
TT11FTT barrels Powdered and Crnsbed Sugars; for .sals
If "by mail? . HANCOCK, CLARK A CO.
WHite Teetli, Perfumed Breath
and Beautiful Complexion,
CAN"be acaulred by using the ' Balm or a Tnor
sakd Flowzrs." What lady or gentleman would re
main under tbe curse of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using ths "Balm or a Thousand Flowers" as
dentitfice, would not only render It sweet, but leave tbe
teeth white as alabaster? Many persons do not know
their breatb Is bad, and the subject Is so delicate their
friends will never mention It. Beware of counterfeits.
Be sure each bottle Is signed.
FETRirGE A CO., New Tork.
- Per sale by all Druggists. apl7-deodly
Those of our Readers
WHO are under the necessity of making applications to
the hair will do well to read tbe advertisement of Prof.
Wood's Hair Ratoralive la another column. In the
space of lime which It baa been before the public, It baa
won for Itself reputation unequalled by any other ar
ticle of tbe kind no known, and wherever tried, It bas,
so far as ourlnowledge extends, been tried with success.
Jacksonville Constitutionalist, Kerch, 1655.
To be bad ot 0. J. Wood & Co., Ill Market street, St
Louis, and of druggists generally. aprui i naww
GENTLEMEN wbo are addicted to the habit of smok
ing. will find Burnett's Oriental Tooth Wash, prepared
by Messrs. Joseph Burnett kC., Tremont street, Bos
ton, an excellent detergent. It also Imparts to tbe braatn
a iragrance peculiarly aromatic and pleasant.
For sale by S. MANSFIELD A CO., and dealers gener
ally. Pi Ice 60c , and $1 per bottle. apio- aiwiw
THIS very troublesome and oftentimes painful condi
tion ot tbe hands, also tan, s unburn, frecklis, and all
redness and roughness of the skin, occasioned by extremes
of heat or cold, may be removed and "prevented by the
use of Burneft's Kallltt on or Orient Water. Prepared
by Joseph Burnett et Co , Boston.
53- For sale by S. MANSFIELD A CO. and all Drug
gists at 50c. and $1 per bottle. ' aplSdatwlw
E. E. P. DAVIDSON,
GENERAL LaND AGENT for Bolivar, Coahoma, Sun
flower and Washington counties, will be found at the
Commercial Hotel, on the 1st, 2d and 3d days of May.
AN extra likely NEGRO GIRL, sixteen years old.ot
good qualities. Prefer selling ber in or near tne city,
No one need apply who cannot give ber a comfortable and
permanent borne. Apply to
EDMONDSON A ARMSTRONG,
apl 4-3 w 347 Mala atreet.
SAYANNAII RAILROAD ROUTE.
Special. Notice to Shippers.
THE completion of the Memphis and Charleston Rail-
road, which bas Just been accomplished, connects this
city (Memphis) with Ssvannah, Georgia, by continuous
ralL Shippers ot Goods from or to Northern and East
ern cities will find It greatly to their Interest to order
their shipments via Savannah. Besides the ability and
willingness of this line to tfftr every facIMy afforded by
the Charleston route. It possesses one peculiar advantige
over It. There Is one tranS'Shlpment less by Savannah
than by Charleston. Goods and Produce are transported
between Savannah and Atlanta, In the same cars, with-
out detention or trans-shipment.
Rates of freight are at present ssme as by the other
route. Handbills, containing ratea ana other informa
tion relative to tbe Savannah Line, will be issued In due
Mr. J. A. S. TirTTLE Is tbe agent of the Central Rail
road, in New Tork. OSlce No. 13 Broadway, where be
will be pleased to furnish ratea, and confer with Sou b
ern Merchants or their Agents In that city, as to tbe ad
vantages of shipping via Savannah.
Agent Savannah Line, Atlanta, Georgia.
Memphis and Charleston R. R.
At a meeting of the Baard of Directors of the Mem
phis and Charleston Railroad Company, held at Hunta-
ville, Ala., on the 19lh February, 1857, tbe following re- i
solution was unanimously passed :
Resolved. That In accordance with the power and au
thority given in the fllteenth section ot tbe Charter of
the Mempbls and Charleston jiauroaa, me utaru or aii-rM-tnrsor
said Comnanr bertbv declare that all stock
holders who do net pay out fully the stock they hold In
said Compaiy, on or before the 30th day of June next,
ibat tbe same will be forfeited to tbe Company, Including
all stock wholly or partly unpaid ; and the Treasurer of
each division of the Road be required to give notice to
that eff-ct, from the 1st of April to the 30th of June next.
A true copy of the mtnnies.
Treasurer Western Division.
Memphis. April 1, 1557. api-td
A NEW DISCOVERY.
THE many evidences adduced In this dty place It be
yond doubt aa to the permanent cure ot CONSUMPTION
In all of Its forms, by the continued usecf Dr. SLEDGE'S
HOARHOUND PECTORAL. CROUP relieved in one
North Alauania, Middle Tennes
see and North Mississippi Trade:
THE DEMOCRAT, UuuUvlIle, Alabama, published by
Withers Clav, Edl.or and Proprietor, Is nearly
thirty-five years old, and Is much the largest paper In
North Alabama, and Its proprietor believes It Is tbe oldest
and bas the widest and most general circulation ot any
Alabama paper in the Southern countlea of Middle Ten
nessee ; tbe counties ot Jackson, DeEAlb, Madisen, Mar
ahall. Limestone, Morgan, Blount, Hancock, Lawrence,
Lauderdale, Franklin and Walker counties. In Alabama,
and the Northern countlea ot Mississippi. Advertise
ments left at the Memphis Appeai. Office; with James
renn, Esq., or forwarded directly to "TAs Democrat,
Buntsville, Ala.," promptly inserted at reasonible rates.
April 2, 1857
W. E. MILTON,
2C Madison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BESI
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
Exchange and Note Broker.
I will attend to tbe negotiation ot all
NOTES AMD BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
For Spring and Summer of 1857,
ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Caaslmere HATS, re
ceived at WHEATON'S, 75 Front Row, where those in
want of a superb and fashionable HAT will please call.
Constantly on band and receiving the largest and finest
stock of SOFT HATS In the city at
febSl WHEATON'S. 75 Front Raw.
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair-Dye. i
GRAT, RED or RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful aud Natural BROWN or SLACK", without the
least Injury to balr or skin.
Fifteen Medals and Diplomas birr been awarded to
Wm. A. BatcheLOU alnce 1SJ9, and over 80,000 appli
cations have been made to tbe hair of his patrons of bis
famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair and whis
kers is unjust, "ia it would be against covering a bald
bead with a wig.
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair-Dye produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and la warranted
not to injure In tbe least, however long It may bo con
tinued. Made, sold or applied. (In nine private rooms,) at the
Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, New Tork.
Sold In all cities and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
Q- The Genuine has the name and address upon a
steel-plate engraving on four sides ot each bottle, of
W llL.lA.il a, aaiuuniAin,
233 Broadway. New Tork.
CT- For sale by 8. MANSFIELD A CO., and Druggists
HIDES! ELUDES I HIDES J
100,000 Hides Wanted I
FOR which we will pay the highest market, price In
We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAR SKINS. In fact, any Skins nsed by TAN
NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the BIGHHST CASH
PRICE. GEO. FHILLSR & CO.,
novl2-Cm 73 Front Bow.
mHE combinations of Ingredients in tbese Pills are tbe
1 result of a long and extensive practice. They are.
mild In their operation, and certain in correcting an ir
regularities, painful menstruation, removing all obstruc
tions, whether from cold or otherwise, beaoacne, pain in
tbe aide. Daloltatlon of the heart, disturbed alep. which
alwaya arise from Interruption ot nature. Tbey can be
successfully used as a preventive. These rills should
never be taken In pregnancy, at tbey would be sure to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and
tree from anything Injurious to Ufa or health. Explicit
directions, which should be read, accompany each. box.
Price 41. For sale in Memphis by
S. MANSFIELD A CO,
G. D. JOHNSON,
WARS A JONES.
Xy Sent by man by enclosing $1 to Dr. CORNELIUS
l. uhjsesbjuln, no. in urosaway, xtw lorx.
TO THOSE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
OFFICE OF THE ELMWOOD CENETERT, )
Memphis. April 15th. 1857.
A LL persons wbo are indebted to tbe Company for the
j:X. purcnase or lots wiinm me limits of lmwoed cem
etery, would do well to come to the oHce and aettle up,
as tbe Secretary has been instructed to resell all such
lets, it not paid for within a certain time. Those who
wish hereafter to make any Interments in tbe Cemetery
will please be governed by the followlngresolutlon, passed
at tbe last' meeting of the Board, to wit : "All persons
hereafter wishing to make any Interments' In the Ceme
tery .ahsu Jim oDtain tne permission of tbe secretary,
wbo Is hereby Instructed not to grant sach permission
until satisfied lhat tbe grourds will b-. settled far."
v The, Secretary can always be found at the .Gas office.
on jaam, arcana uoor auove n uoidkiod atreet.
. WM. RUFFIN, JR.,
aplS-U a4 i Secretary asd Treasurer.
,jQ-JaijTjlrer-copjr 6. times, . -, -
The Savannah Eepublican:
A TVews, Commercial and Politi
Published Dsily, Trl-Weikly and Weekly, at
BY SNEED At SIMS.
Dally 4C 00
Trl-Weekly 4 00
weekly z 00
53- "aymenta to be made 1NVARIABLT IN AN-
A LTHOUGH tbe SAVANNAn REPUBLICAN has
IX. been In existence for more tbsn a half century th
Proprietors trust that It la ret In the vigor of youth.
with Its manhood atlll In the future. They beg leave to
present anew ita claims to the public, and are willing to
say mat no labor or expense shall b: apared to aaaxe it
entirely wortbr of their auc-Dort and conldence.
To Its News and Commercial departments, they shall
aevote their special attention, resolved that In tnese re
spects, at least. It shall be secoud to no paper tn the
Southern States. To the planter anil man or business
tbey bope to make It Indispensable. To the patriot, tbey
trust to commend It by Its fairneae, justice and truth In
we ircaimem or puoiic anairs.
ibe position of Savannah, as tbe great commercial em
porlum of Georgia. Tennessee, and portions of South
Carolina, Alabama and Florida, naturally points to her
tress as me source or information meat neeaca Dy inr
inhabitants of those various sectlnns. In offering tbem
the Republican, the Proprietors but seek to establish a
relation which they bope to make mutually pleaaant and
S3- Orders by mail, enclosing the cash, will be pnact-
uauy attenaea to, ana receipts lorwardea.
savannah, Qa , March, 1857.
Ttie Memphis and Charleston Railroad
T 33. OR. 0 TTGBC!
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
TTAVING long foreseen the advantages which would
AA fljw from tbe establishment of a complete PRINT
ING HOUSE, for doing all kinds of Printing and Book
Binding, neatly, cheaply and promptly, we have spared
no expense iu putting tne
Bon Franklin Office,
Corner of Main and Adams streets. In a condition that
win enaoie us to comply with tbese requisites, xnose
who need Printing or Book-Bind. nz done well, and
cheaper than the cheapest, will consult their Interest by
waning ou us. jl. l. .NUltlUA s e-u ,
CHARLES N. ERICH,
AXCY AXD FAMILY GROCERIES,
MAIN-ST., WEST SIDE,
(SOUTH OF UNION STREET,)
HAS Just received a large assortment of EUROPEAN
LUXURIES, such as Prussian Ceese Breasts, Bruns
wick Sausages, Eel In Gelee, Pates de Foiet d'Oies, de
uancra. ae tstcasses en i rune. oreen vegetables, con
sisting of Asparagus, Beans, IVas, etc.; Anlovlsb, Hoi-
land Herrings, Llmburg and Sap Sago Cheese, French
Chocolate, German Prunes, Bbenlsb, Hungarian Motel
and French WINES, Cove Oysters, Lobsters, Sardines,
Sauces, Pickles, etc, and - general aaacrtmeat of FANCT
and FAMILT GROCERIES.
Many ot the above articles are for the first time Im
ported Into the United States, and can be bad In Mem
pbls UN LT Of CHAS. N. ERICH
SAJI'L MATTHEWS & SOS,
General Jgtnti to Buy, Sell and Locate Land
in Vie Mississippi Jiottom.
"PARTICULAR attention Is paid to the selection of
JL iUiivin ruuiAiiUAS rem ine internal lm
provement and Chickasaw School Lands.
Several years experience enables them to give satisfac
tion. Terms easy.
Address "Pleaiant Mount. Panola countr. Miss."
Dry Good at Wholesale.
TUST received, direct from New York, on consignment,
or upwards or S30,oou worm or seasonable staple
Dry Goods. The goods being on consignment, I can af
ford and will sell better bargains than ever waa offered II
tblclty. Merchants and planters, who wish to buy bj
the piece will find to their Intereat to examine my atocs
before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE,
novo Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
MELAIXOTYFES ! MELALOTIPES!
DeSHOKGS GALLERY crowded dally great rush for
the Melalnotjpe. They are nnlike the Arabrotvpe,
Daguerreotype, or Sphereotype. THEY WILL NEVER
Beware I Spurious Imitations are being mad Mack or
paper. Tbe unwary are liable to be Imposed upon with
these worthlcas counterfeits.
None genuine unless taken by W. It. DESnONG.be
baving tbe exclusive right of Mempbls, for the Metaln
otype Patent. Gallery, 181 Main street, opposite the
Worsham House. feb7
Piano Fortes for sale.
I HAVE in store. Just received direct
from New York TWELVE PIANO
FORTES, from 6 13 to 7 octave, of supe
rior finish and different styles, same being
Inlaid with Pearl. They will be sold at greatly reduced
prices. This proems a most favorable opportunity to
purchase a superior instrument at a bargain. Terms
made ta suit purchasers. G. B. LOCKE,
dec-u tf Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
DESIGNING to improte another lot Imme
diately, I will sell my present residence to a
punctual purchaser on good terms It comprises
4 V acres. Is comfortably Improved, and unques
tionably one of the most beautiful and most healthy altes
In tbe vicinity cf Memphis.
aplS tf WM. K. P03TON.
In the house occupied formerly by Mrs Thompson,
,! HAS Just returred with tbe finest and best
9m Itock ot enU' and udle' BOOTS and SHOES,
f Hwhich, being selected eipressly for this market,
h. vimnti for dnr.hllilv mnA 1st,, .tvl
At the aama time, be tetders bis tbanka to his oW pi
Irons for past favors, and hopes for a liberal patronage In
the new aland Just removed to, where he will be always
ready to attend to any work in bis line at the earliest no
tice. An early catl Is solicited.
ar8-3m WM. MILLER.
JQ-Bulletln please copy.
THE services ot a young LADY, who Is competent to
teach the English Language, Music and Needlework,
tn my family.
To one bringing satisfactory testimonials as to charac
ter and qualification. I will pay a liberal salary.
Address me. stating particulars. Ac, at Siedgevllle,
Mlss.,'J. E. MADDOX, or HARRIS, WORM E LET A
CO., Memphis. mar25-dawlm
FIFrr hhds. Sugars, tor sale bv
marI7 HANCOCK, CLARK A CO.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY bags Coffee, for sale by
mar!7 HANCOCK. CLARK A CO.
Spring and Summer Clotblug.
WF. are In receipt, and will continue to receive through
the Spring and Summer, as ususl, our large and
varied stock of Mens' and Bora' Clothing, of various
qualities and atyles, suited for all das es and tastes.
Also a large and well selected stock of Boots, Shoes,
Hats Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags and Umbretlaa.
Our Goods have been selected with great care, and we
pledge ourselvea ta our friends and the public generally
that we will give them tbe neatest and latest styles, as
fast as ihey are got up la the Eastern dies.
ap!7 W. N. HUNT A CO., Madlson-st.
A BEAUTIFUL assortment of Caaslmere, SUk, Leg
horn, Braided Straw and Ceylon, which we offer low.
ap!7 HUNT A CO , Madison St.
A LARGE and desirable stock of Plain and Fancy
Shirts, for sale cheap by
api7 nu.NT & CO., Mam-st.
Boots and Shoes.
WE are In receipt of onr splendid slock ot Boots and
Shoes, consisting of Gents Dress Bsots. Black and
Brown Cloth and Patent Leather Gaiters; also. Patent
and Calf Oxford Ties
ap!7 HUNT A CO., Madlson-st.
VestJ Tests! Vests!
A BEAUTIFUL assortment of Plain and Fancy Vests,
consisting of evary quality and sty aa.
apl7-wlm HUNT & CO., Madlson-st.
M. C. GAYOE & SON,
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 25 Madison Street,
B. W. MORRII D. C. WARD.
lORRIS sfc WARD,
CASK DEALERS IK
Foiroigrn. eJts ID omostic
uizr g o o &$s
Hats, Caps, Roots, Shoes, &c,
AO. 295 MAIN STREET,
(One door south of Monroe,)
ap8-:m MEMPHIS, TENN.
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Men's and Youth's Clothing,
Hats, Shoes, Saddlery,
.- y Virginia Tobacco,
jtOW FOTl CASH!
Wholesale and Retail.
ISi Main Strset,
TWO HUNDRED bbls. Harrison and Ohio Flour ;
75 tb's. and naif bbls. HarrU' Ale;
60 casks quait and pint London Porter;
50 gross Garrett Snuff paper and bottle ;
75 doien Cove Oysters ;
200 boxes Star Caudles. 50 dot en Brooms ;
100 dozen Hostetter'a Bitters ;
25 casks Bscon, Sides, Hams and Shoulders ;
75 bbls. Mackerel, CO kits ;
150 bbls. Dexter A Tlcken Whisky ;
SO colls Manilla Rope, all sites ;
25 boxes Soda. 25 bbls. Ple-Nlc Crackers;
100 M Cigars, 50 boxes Smoking Tobacco;
.75 boxes Virglrla Tobacco.
ALSO, Sugar, Coffee, Molajsts.Tea, Oranges, Lemons,
Figs, Raisins, AlmondiyPeeans,. EnglihlWalnnU,tFll;
berts. Pickles.JSardlnesj Ac., for saleiby " - ""
- 1 - J. F. FRANK,
, splJ No. 5 Front Bow.
South American Fever & Ague
Is a Cheap, Safe and Permanent Care,
AND IS A JLSO A PKEVEXTIVE
OF THE VARIOUS FORMS OF
Bilious and Intermittent Fevers.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
rTIHISpreparallon contains no -drsenfeor Mercury,
mended for Bilious or other Fevers, leive the system la
a condition more to be dreaded than tbe disease; but Us
" ai uus. uau auc nw i imru rtnfii Ttnw
n .iiKui iiuiiu Luiative, preventive and Restora
tive properties, and is adapted to all aoes and cone"!
Hons of tbe sjstem.
Nearly all the articles which ectr Into ita composi
tion are cf themselvea. lnz v. remedial ar.itt. e it.
ivicui i!iuu3 xuu in .eimiitem fevera.
Aa a preventive, tbia Medicine should be
valescrnts, Travelers, Emigrants, and others, do-lng tbe
ouuiuici .uu x u iaumu, wnen malarious diseases are
A Treatise by G. A LEONARD. New Trk. on tt
disease, with Testimonials and Certificates of cures per
fected, can be obtained gratnltouily, at all the places
The following statement of tbe Rev. K. If. 7mu Sn.
perlnlendent of the Five Points House ot Indastrv. a.
given below. Is one that speaks volumes as to the valua
ble propem sorinu remedy.
Mr. G A L'OSABD Sir: 1 take a rleasnrem tram.
milting to you the following facts, la relation to a cure
petiecieu oy me use or your 3. A. Fever and Ague Rem
edy, upm one of th lnmatea of tbe House of Inenstrv
John Toungs, who has been suffering from the chills and
lever auriRg me past nve montae, was in November last
attack- d, and the paroxysms were aa severe as anv 1
ever knew; almost Instant relief was experienced on
g ving the first Cose; on tbe expected day of rttein. It
was admlnl.tered, and It bad the banov effect of Inter.
rufitlng the paroxysms. Since tben everv veatiee r th
a seas nas leu nim, ana he has recovered I Is former
wontsa appearance ana health. Truly yours, Ac,
NEW TOBC, Jan. 23, 1838. L. M. PEASE.
G. A Leonabd. Esq. Dear Sfrr Having aaffired
from severe attacks ot Fever and Ague, I bad nearly de
spaired of finding any r'Uef , other than a temporary one.
But while laboring under a severe attack. It was suggest
ed to try yonr remedy, and, un'lke other remedies I bad
used, it has provtd a prompt and permanent cure, a. I
have never before gone so long without baving a return of
the ejtnplalnt, and can recommend the S A. Fever and
Ague Remedy as a valuable one for the efiectsa! cure ot
the disease. ROBT F. PHILP1T.
New Tors:, Dec. 1, 1855 C.r Wall and Watar-sla.
Mr. A F. Ster lng, of this city, has consented to tbe
publication of the following facts, over bis signature,
roncemlng a cure perfected by tbe use ot this remedy,
dko iscia are corrouoraicu 57 me act. 1 ji. i'ease,
who was acquainted with all the circumstances.
MR fi. A. LTO.vabd vcor iir: Some tan dai s since,
beard of a poor but deseivlne German. In Malterrv
atreet, wbo was suffering from a severe atta A of cbills
and fever, contracted In tbe low grounds, nearNewarl,
N.J. I gave blm one bottle of year South American
Fever and Ague Remedy, and it affords me piessure to
say that the disease has been broken up by its use. and a
permanent cure effected. Truly yours.
NEW TORIT, NOV. 6. 166. A F STERLING.
I aa acquainted with the facts set forth in tbe above
certificate, and can witness to the trutn et tke state-
menu therein contained. L. M. PEASE,
Sep't Five Points House of Industry.
Tbe following Orttffiites of Fred'k L. Bertie iid
Henry Mter, are amwg those peculiar cases ia which a
peiaianent cure can be effected, notwithstanding t he-it
continued exposnre to predipo!Bg asses. At tbe time
tbe cures were perfected, tbey were engaged in the Chem
ical Works ef Messrs. Cbaj Pfla-r A Co , cf this city.
After bavmg beer troubled with Fever and Ague for
nearly a whole month, and awaUowtd Iota of Qaiatne, an
acquintance of mine recommended me ta try a bottle et
what Is called tbe South American Fever and Agae Rem
edy, and anre enough It work-d like a charm. I took it
only one day. and that was the last I saw ef the fever.
It Is with great pleasure that I stale this fact for the
beLentof all whom It may cose rn, and with everybody
Ibe same success In mastering this dl'trsslui disease
wblcb Is likely enough. If they will follow my example.
FKKD'K. L. IIKKTLE,
August, 1S55. U Wbipple-st., Brooklyn.
I have bad the Fever and Agae fer several weeks.
hlch kept me at borne, unable to work. I tried a num
ber of prescriptions, without tlndlng any relief, omtl my
factory boas srnt me a bottle of tbe South American Fe
ver and Ague Rimedy. which I have tued. and after some
day L.UU1 myself enliiely cared I have had no attack
tleo ibat time, now fourteen months, ad feel great
confidence in this valuable medicine, to which I owe my
covery. UE.VRT MEIBR,
Sept. 20, 1855. 9fi McKibben-st., WlttUmsburgb.
The certificates of Mr. J G. Underbill. Druggist, nf
Jamaica, N. T., and those received tbronih him, will be
read with much Inteiest, not only from tbe very respect
able character of the parties, but that tbe medicine waa
nsed under very unfavorable circumstances, and only
when other remedies had been used without success.
Mr. G. A. Leonard, N. T- Dear Sir: Inclosed you
will find some certificates of tbe good etfrcla of your med
icine In tills 1 lice. It gives sitisficeion to every one
that bas used it, and tbe ssla will Increase as It becomes
known. I take tbe responsibility te warrant It Mr.
Stepben II nderson, of this plac, sent a bottle to his
wife's sister, with like good results as when nsed by
himself and wife. Mr H. Is an old man, a very respec
table citizen of this place, anJ is well known.
Tiuiy jours, jee , JA3. u. u.vuxkuill.
Jamaica, N. T., Sept. 23, 1S55.
We, the uoderslcn'd, have used the S. A Remedy fer
Fever and Ague and Intermitting Fevers, and it
has made a perfect cure f ourselves and families, and
with much pleasure recommend it to the public aa a aafe
and cheap medicine.
ELBERT CONKUN, WM. JOHNSON,
CHARLES J. GALS, WM. BENNETT.
Jamaica, N. T., Sept. 27. 1S65.
Mr. J. G. U.f DEitHifx. Druggist, Ac Dear Sir: 1
have used the South American Remedy, so highly recom
mended by on, both for myself and wife, and we have
tKen cur d. I believe 1 Is the best medicine fer tke
chills and fever oat I should not have nsed It If yoe
did not warrant a cure, but now I am satlsSed It I all
you recommended It to be. Tours, rerpectf ally.
Jamaica, N. T Sept. 27. 1S55.
Jamaica, N. T., May 13, 1866.
Mr G. A. Leosabp Dear Sir: My mother, an aged
Ikdy, was afflicted with the call's and fever very bad laat
summer, and having heard jour medielne highly recent
mended, be was Induced to try It ; alter taktng one and
a half bottles, she was perfectly cured, and I cheerfully
recommend it as a safe and sore cure
Respectfully, yours, G. N. CODWISE.
More certificates might be added to swell the list, but
d'llcacy on tbe part ot many to have their name appear
In print, prevents a publication ef them The a-eve.
however, are t ufrlcient evidences to establish the fact
that this remedy is without an eoail for tbe permanent
cure of the Fe.er and Ague.
A supply of the above Medicine on band and for sale by
WARD A JONES,
aplE-Cm Wholesale Agenta for Memphis.
Over Two Thousand Dottles of
H. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED STRENGTHEN
ING CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER
and the de
mand Is In
ry day. The
g eat sale
that bas so
for this rem
edy, is ew-
ts. Tbousands of weak, feeble and debilitated persons K
tnll city have been made healthy and strong by taking it
It Is tbe best alternative In tbe world, and theonl)
remedy that will purify the blood, and at the same tlmi
strengthen and Invigorate the abole organization.
It will effectually cure all complaints of tbe Liver
Stomach or Bowels, such as Liver Complaint, Headache,
Biliousness, Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Lost
ot Appetite, Nervous Diseases, Falntness, Weakness 01
any disease of the Womb, Kidneys or Bladder ; and re
move yellowness or sores from tha skin. It Is a sun
pretcntlve against Tellow Fever, Chills, Ague and
Fever, Cbo-'era, or any prevailing epidemic. - There Is no
mistake about it. . ' '
r"5- Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction. Try
it It Is very pleasant, it Ie ives a delightful aromatic
flavor in tbe mouth after taking it.
J n McLEAN, Sole Proprietor of this Cordial.
Also, McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
tT Principal depot on the corner of Third jnd Pini
streets, St. Louis, Mo. For sale tn Memphis, by
u. 11. JUtLaaurt, AKsni,
corner MadUwn and Main streets,
Also, by S. MANSFIELD A CO.,
febS-rtawlr Wholesale Prungt.ts. Mempbls.
a rniTRATELT adieu ted to Ibe eye. so as to suit the
A Tnn.t difficult vision, without occasioning that sense
of weakress or fatigue to the organ generally complained
of by wearers of common glasses, but enabling Ibe wearer
nrfhl.Tmnrnveil HDCCiacie to pursue luc wo., uuuuk
employment either by day or candle light, with ease and
CHHN. UXTLTiTTR, Optician,
or the firm or
CHEW. HTJLLEB & BRO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers lu
ClocUs, Watches, Jewelry,
Madlson-st., bet. Main end Front Row,
OPPOSITE I. B. KIRTLAND'S OFFICE, MEMPHIS
PARTICULAR attention paid to the repairing
of Watches by an experienced workman. Being
detern Ined not to be exeeuea in superior work
'manship In thla branch ot the business, we have
engaged a flrst dais watenmaaer, ana can natter our
rtvea in saving mat tnero is no uousr, ni or west.
that can boast ot a better. Clocks carefully repaired and
warranted Jewelry and Spectacles of every description
made to order. Old Jewelry neatly repaired, and Specta
cle Glasses Inserted In old frame to suit every sight.
y. S. The numerous complaints 01 persona who have
been lo-poied upon by individuals peddlUg through tbe
eountrv an Inferior article ot spectacles, representing
tbem to be tnese improves, glasses, rentier it neccsaary
that we should caution the public against such venders;
and protect the reputation of our glasses. AH spectacles
made by us are stimped w'th tha name of the firm. -jC,
CHRISTIAN MULLER A BROT
A FULL supply of Turner Brothers celebrated Ginger
Wine, Raspberry sndBIackberry Brandy, and for
sale by H.H. POTTER, Main street, '
anil Thlid door North Worsham House,
LARGE SALE OF
-CaJD iTOIPffXIXr Ge-
I WILL commence, on SAT0RDAT. 2d DAT of MAT NEXT, and continue from day to day until aH l sad osett at
Auclon. oa the premises, J. OVKKTON'-- TRACT OF ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTT-ONE ACRES ttf LAfD.
This tract Ilea between the south line of Memphis aid the north line of Fort Pickering, and floats on tbe'M.sHse-ia-pt
river. It has been subdivided Into convenient sited Lots, with the Depot ot tbe Mlasbslppl and Tenneasee Rattna t
in the cent re.
The completion of tbe Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and the rapid progress to camafctien of tbe Tie aatswr
Railroads terminating at tbia point, gives to MempLls an Importance, la a eommereiat point of view, aMT)4
lntheMissIsilppt Valley, and holds out ndscements to purcbaiets never before presented In tie Saetfc. Ah
will be tbe largest sale et Rt al Estate ever maae in tbe St.te of Tennessee.
Tekms One-fifth cash, smote satisfactorily enCui.d at six months, with interest added; ba!anea m .
three and four years, with interest. G.B. LOCKE, Auctioneer and Real Eatate- Bnikee.
MEMPnis, TEK-ittsEE, April, 1657.
In calling attention to the sale of the Orerten p-e perry. I beg leave to make a few remarks, setting forth tha ai
vantages of Memphis for manufacturing and commercial purposes. Memphis Is situated on the tblrtt-flllb eVgns
01 Nortn latitude, a climate below tbe ceM weather et the North, acl above the hot weather of lb South aa-4
conxvnently free from all the diseases prevalent In either. Weare surrounded ly a neb, fertile coun.ry, abfeh
must Hod an outlet" at this point, far superior In extent and fertBIty to lhat in the vicinity of any town or ejty ha ta
Union. Vickaburg U four bmdrcd miles South, and Louisville or St. Louis are the nearest cities North that ran
command any trade, and these are tbe nearest points te Memphis that are worthy of notice on the MlssUetept r
Ohio 1 lvers, approachable from the Interior without artificial meaiia. Of tbia vast extent of country, which U -cestibleor
fine cultivation, lour-fllthi of It is yet In a sute of nature. Our bluff is washed by Ibe Father of Wa
ters, that never freezes Bp or gets too law for xavigaMsB, upon whose bosom coats twenty Ave ateamera Ibat wo
can claim as our regular packets, plying regularly up the Mississippi, Ohio, Cumberland Big Hateble, St. Francis,
White and Arkantas rivers, pouring their immense productions into our city dailf. Wehaveatthl time taar
Railroads radiating from thla point, via Tee Mtmpbta asd Charleston the Memphis aid Ohio. Ibe Mississippi and
Tennessee, and Memphis and Little Rock. These reads lead out o- the ctty to the East, Sortb, South and West, aw
Memphis la the recipient ot ail tbe trade and travel prodsced by tbem. Tbe Memphis and Charleston Railroad!
completed, and paasengers are able to go from here to New Tork in lesa tbsn three days, and since tbe eem(tctiau
ot this road we are now rscelvlog Cotton fn.aiortb Alabama and East ot the Tennessee river. The MissisgM.
and Tennessee road will tap tbe MlSfisslppl Central read, hat log a dlnet oomraETHcatlen wllb Mebiieand N wUr
lesns, and passengers for LonUvtiie and that section wW come to Utnn.il- and take tbeMempbla and Obio road. All
tbreeot these roads will bring passengers to M-mpbls destined for tbe great West and PaeMe oast, tbe Mempirla
aad Little Rock Railroad being tnejirsf link in that great work. If there haa heretofore beta any doubts ot Hm
phUUlDg the crossing point of the Atlantic and Pactac Railroad, tbecatd weather et last winter has HUM Ike
quettlen, for while tbe Northwestern roads were frozen up for mouths, we never kt an 1 oar oh any of ear road. .
Tbe day la not distant when we will have a road from here to St. Louis, that wlH traverse a section ot connKy
cnual In fertl.lty to any In the Union. The Slate of Missouri bas appropriated $3200000 to be expended Seats ot
tbe Iron Mountain, bringing thla read to to Ike dividing .ine betaeeu this Slate aad Arkansaa. Bsgtaters have bew
examining, the past aummer, the line of thla read through tte rich bottom lands ef Misslmippl and Oftttendea.
counties, opposite Memphis, and with tbe most satisfactory re. nits ; giving thereby iron, coal and provisions ebrsti
and abombnt to Mempbls. which will greatly Increase Hi manufacturing industry and capital No country la Site
world surpnsses io richness and fertility tbese alluvial lands.
We t celved "ast leiwo ov r 300,000 bales ef Cotton, aad by the extension of our Railroad Improvements ijmsI
probably Increase the amount the next season to SCO 000 bales, which la abeat one-sixth of the whole Cotton erepef
the South there are only four citiea that receive more. We exported last season some 100,000 bur he Is ot Whnt.
besides au iumense amount of Corn and Perk, end tbe total value ot tbe produce brought Into Memphis, as the
first market i. greater than that of St. Louis, Louisville
not Indole any description of manufaourea artlc'es. But
aale on their icconnt. A reference to the nspectlve annual
Mempbls was made a port ef entry only a few years ao,
num, and is lncreaag very rapidly.
Our manufacturing interest ts m a very nourisning conuitien wr manaiacture ait- our new, oeswes ezpc-rti-
largery. We have a number of Foundries, employing some five bandred binds, betwea varieas. ssaHer maaafaele
ries. And we are bow maea aeturiag RaHread Cara and shipping tbem to Padncab asd ether points. We have
raw material for manufacturing ia tbe v Watty ot Memphis is abundance, and that et the best kind, at very fair
We have msrecBersbe than any city of the same size in the Hnkn Oar free seeools are in good cond't'eo. and
the fund la amply aatScient te educate all tbe children within tbe ctty Hauls. We have superior private raatoaixl
1 emale schools, aad tweraedteat schools. Oer population la Increasing met e raptdty than at any farmer peted,aad
tbe trade et tbe dty Is laereasiag In a like proportion.
rj This propt rly la wet la over ssou.iw, anu wm aa
DR. SAUNDERS' office at J. I
Store near tbe Pot Office.
G. U TRUEHEAUT,
ATTORN ET AND COI'NSELOR AT LAW, MeaaaWs
Te.ee. Office lit Meshy A Heat's sew Btect, ai
stairs, Freot Ew. Refer to E. M. Appenea A Ce , ai
W. B. Miller. apwm
ATTORNET AT LAW, Mempbls, Tenn. Office over
. the River Bank, toalh ewner of Court Square aad
Mala street. ap5-wtf
IT A. EDMONDS, M. D , (lateet Hepklnsvuie, Ay.,
W . Humeotiathic and Hydropathic Pby.ictaB, tender!
bis prefesaioaal device to the citizens of Mempbls.
RWeno AadiMA SI reel. ncx roue naning aim.
OfSce Uadtsea street, adjoining tbe Advocate ofaee.
Refers to McCombs A Trice, J. Torlan A Son, W J.
Davie aad W E. Milton. marM-to
DR. f RNNER attend exclusively to Surgical Diseases,
su-J as Piles, Fistube In Ano, Strictures, Stone In
Bladder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tamers, Polypus, Diseased
Rones and Joints Deiormities frem Barns, Hair-Lip,
Contracted Tendons from ke-a ot Llpe, Cheek. Nese, K e
lids, Ac., Closed Jawa f rum Salivation, and ail other dis
eases and deformities reuuirlag Surgical aid.
DR. FENNER a)-o attends to all Diseases of tbe Eye
aad Ear, and Is prepared to Board Patients from a
JEJ- Office on Main atreet, in Walker'a Building, res!
dence on Court atreet. sepSG-dtwawlylns
DR. JOHXSO.VS IXFIIUIARY,
tor diseases or TOE 1
EYE AND EAR,
SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS.
AETTFICIAL EYES, &c. i
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel, ;
i.-rrMw MEMPHIS. TENN.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS, ;
At No. 8 Court Street,
BETWEEN MAIN STREET AND FRONT ROW.
HAS Just retern-d wRb her Itock ef Spring aad Sum
mer Millinery, snd will open on FRIDAT, the 27lh
tnlaBt, ctt.slsllag iu part of
Fhie Preneb Fleners;
Fine French Wreaths ;
Ladies' ant Misses' Beanels ;
Ribbons, Dress Hats;
Lace and Edgings:
l.'fi'L'Siml of VIIHaeev (loads. The la-
oMes of Memphis and vicinity are respeetfuHy Invited let
call and examine for themselves.
31E3IPIIIS 1SSBRAXCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL '$150,000. !
Sam. Mosby, Pres't; Ben May, Sec'y. j
orrics oif jsrrEitsox stbbet.
A. O. nAnms, Sam. Mosbt,
Q. 0. ATKINSON, T. W.WILKISSOS,
J. O. G RE Ell LAW, T. H. A LLCS,
J. J. RAWLISfiS.
AHEAD OF THE WORLD!
THE CRY IS STIJL.JL. XJKiJt;!. sjujaij.
PARK & PEPjLOW,
Srp A Tl OATTTTT? "V TTATINO been completed and opened for the transpcr
JL 1- -IV U'AiiiJX'iXX A j, JnL tation of Freight and Pasaeagers, th Adams Ea-
218 3cXciaa. Stxoot,
ARE making tho finest PICTURES In the world. AH
we ask la for you all to call and examine them far your
selves. PHOTOGRAPHS, LIFE-SIZED,
made only at the Star Gallery Jan-datw
we n rmitpsted ta announce the name of S. A
MOORE as a candidate for the office of City Marshal, at .
the ensuing June elections.
urc .ra .nth&rtied to announce JAMES O. REIN-
HARDT as a candidate for the office of City Marshal, a'
the enamng Municipal Election la June next, marlg-to
HOLLAND HEMEDY .
DISEASE OF THE KIDXEYS,
WEAKNESS OF AXY KIND,
Fever and Ague,
And the varlo::' affections consequent upon a
Disordcicil Stomach or Liver.
SUCH as ladlsc? .on. Acidity of tbe Stomach, Colicky
PalR, Heariourn. Loss of Appetite. .Despondency,
Costlveness BHn.1 snd Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous,
RbeumatK aad Neuralgic Aff cileas It has In numerous
instances proved highly beneficial, and In other; trCxted a
Thl lea purely vegelab!e cunpoand, prepared on strict
ly .ri.niieierrlnclnles. a ter the manner of the celebrated
Holland Froieasrtr, noexaave. jiecause 01 iu greafc auc-t a3anaiJiDo:KTniiiuunMia,uu, uiuijiui., . n .
cess In most of tte European States, Ita Introduction Into 1 and ether Laces; F'lnges, Ribbons, Dress Trlmmlago,
the United State waa Intended more especially for those Glows, Hosiery, Skirts of all ktnda. Ladies' Umbrellas
of our faiberUnd scattered lw-re ami there over the face of 1 and Parasols, etc.
ibis mighty country. Meeting with great success among 1 A large lot of Beady Made Clothing, Cloths, Caslmere-i,
tbem I now offer It to the American public, knowing that 1 Boots. Shoes, Hats. Osnaburgs, bleached and brawn
itetrnlv wondeerful medicinal virtues must be acknow- Shillings and Sbeetlnis, Linens. Linen Drill, Cetton
ledged. ades, and In a ward every thing la the dry goods line-.
It is partlculaily recommended totaosepersons whose - Country Merchants are offered great inducements,
eonstlluttons may bavo been lajpalredby-thi continuous , CaU and examine my stock. No charge fer ebewtof
use ot ardent spirit, or other forma of dissipation, goods A. C. BLAIR,
Generally Initantaneous in effect. U finds Its wsy directly . sp9-tt ojrn Msta sire', west sfcle.
to thesrat of .Iff, thrilling and quickening every nerve, j m r a. X?Tf
raWng up the drocptng spirit, and. In fact, Infusing new , - JI S1
health and vigor S the sntem. I T HAVE this day dlsposea of my entire Interest to lie
Notice Whoever expects to find thl a bevvrsge win I X firm of STRA1TON, McDAVITT A CO. tomyo
bedl'SDPOtnted : bat to the alck. weak an low spirited, elates In business, wbo assume lUHabiHties, and to wbem'
It will urove a grateful aromatic cirdUI, possessed of I payment must be mads. And la retiring, aHeW me,,
iinaular remedial properties. , through this medium, to express my warmest aeknew-
The great porularity of this deltght'ul Aroma has in-
dneed raanv Imitations, wwca tne puoiic snoma guaru
a slnst purchasing Be not persuaded to buy anything
.nenntll von have given Boerbava'a noOand Bitters a
fair trial. One bottle will convince you bow infinitely
superior It is to alt tbese Imitations.
53- Sold at $1 per bottle, or six Utiles for $5. by the
BE1VJAMEV PAGE, JR., & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
t5Sokl in Memphis by S. MANSFIELD A CO.;
also by WARD A JONES and G. D JOHNSON.
VnENTT-FIVK Piano Fortes, Just received snd for sale
" r very low at MeKINNET A CO.'S.
Choice Irish Potatoes
1 fT f 'SACKS for salo by
No.' 5 Menroe street.
or Cincinnati. In making this stateastst, of course I
simply rroauce, oreuint mw market anae farm rs, sue
pricr-tarreata w.rrants this assertka.
and ber import a now run up te ab.at $5CO,DCO per an
oe seta ie me Bigness swa.r, wiiaem reezra te pr-ee.
G. B. LOCKE,
Auctioneer and Real EtaeeBrsiker.
Leaves THIS EVENING, 13th but , at 2
rival of tbe Cars.
For 5cw Orleans.
Memphis and .Vet Orleans MaH Paelet.
JOHN SIMONDS WM. WRAT, Master
fBlSSs U THIS sptradtd aad fast rusotPC per
HJZIW senger packet, bavia-g aaecrpaseed at
wSfitESt commfldaltens. wilt leave as above. 9k
fnrTt',Mn relit M r pass.ge apply ea beatd er te
LAVALLBTTE, SH1RLKT A CO., AfMMtt
Plan et Cabts aad Ruoras aecared by Agesu.
Memphis, White River and Napoleon
TJ. S. MAII. PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia & ConoersJia
STEAMER KATE JTIJLEE,
JOHN T SH1RLET, Master.. ..WM. T. WOOD, Ctttk.
i, THIS new, spteadtd and fast steamer.
?) kavteg been parcbased fer ibe Packet
Trade in place of tbe James LaagBftB,wMi
continue regularly in lee trade. leavtsg.
Memphis every MONDAT and FR1DAT at 2 o'clock P.
M-, punctually, connecting at Napoleon with WbHe atai
Arkansas river boats, taking freight and piaseBgcrs te
White river at regular rales. Returning, leaves Napo
leon every TUESDAT and SATURDAY, arriving at Mem
phis Snaday and Wednesday evenings.
Thanaf ' for former patronage, tbe owners nape ta
merltacerttauaaeeot tbe f true to their new beat, pas
mislng: strict attesliea to awalB'SS.
LAVALLBTTE A MORRIS, AtewM.
Notice to SmrrERS. The "Prtebee" wBi nadia
freight BBtM eae v'etock ee Mondays, aad daring tke en
tire day Thar da j a, aad until one o'clock Fridays.
A T. Lavaixette. late f arm ee LavafteHe A Mertls.
J T. Shirley, late of the Kate FrWeee,
E. O Davidson, late ef Padutab, Keataeky.
L WALLETTE, SHIRLEY.&. CO.,
STEAMBOAT ASD HAIIJROAD
Commission & Forwarding Jlerchant,
Qfice A'o. SI Front Row and Court strett.
Warehouse on Water street, Walt's Stock.
I T, IF fll, Df O T-. K.;bi MllnJ e..oa lk M PlA
themselves fer the transaction ot a Steamboat aad bast
road Agescy and general Cemmtssks aad Fetwarttag
buslaees, aad weaM res, ectfelly ask isw paireaage e law
aaawrou. feleads ef tbe old film, as weB as thaae linrty
connected with it.
Oar friend Merrts leaves u te locale at BraasbwSae
PmBt. where ear steamboat friends ia want of weis?, win
1 Had Charley " ever ready te weteem tbem al tbe Bed
Premising prompt attenttea to all bus teen esttaeted
1 to as, we respeettaiiy refer te tbe merchants and ahtppet a
, ef Memphis and the Great West.
I LAVALLETTE, SHIRLEY A CO.
It will ba leea f reaa the above "cird " that the uades-
signed withdraws fiom the old ba of LavalMte at
M err Is.
Grateful fer tbe klad patrenaEe freea the geeereas aad
I worthy boatmen ef oer pert aad river, aad to out eitinat.
who have alwaya extended lbirlai.Beeaad favera, I
I resign wllb regret, yet lalloit a cenMaaance ot tne geseral
i favor from bcatmva asd shippers te ray successors.
Messrs. Lavaltetle, Shlrly A Oo. Tae farmer baa keen
s.. iT-4 u
TA every way worthy 01
late ef tae steamer Kate
Frisbee. netd ne commendaUeu, siBee te every besisesa
i man or our MuSa their merlta as punctual bustness men
I are known peated In ad the required duties as AgeMa, I
j cordially commend tbem to tbe patronage et an packets
! who wish the Influence ef coeiteeua aad otftgisg mea to
I represent tbem. Respectfully.
I ap3 it CHAS. F. MORRIS.
The Memphis anil Charleston
pns Company 1 ave arranged to extend their Express on.
this Koaa, by w&tcn connection tae
TIME AND CHARGES
1 On Goods by Express to and frem Memphis and tae East
ern Cities will te
I GREATLY REDUCED!
I Expresses will leave New Terk by the femi-we-eir?
steamer to Charleston, Ac, fram thence te Mempbtaf
I Express Passenger Trains, daily. Express for
t - KNOXTILLE.
1 And the NORTH aad EAST, leaves Memphis aaMy at T
o'clock a. as.
1 Our River Express for ST. LOBIS, LOUISVILLE, tMN
I CINNATI, Ac, vM be continued aa heretofore
By leaving orders at the efflee, Comt street, between
Main and Freot Raw, Goods to be f erwarded wm be caH
' ed fer witbett extra charge.
No charge fjr delivering goods brought by Expres.
Spring" and Summer
THE subscriber takes pleasure la announcing to nta
friends and the public genera it, tht he has JuH
openet, nis larae sou uxeiuiij btok. v. .acwx
and FANCT GOODS suited to the Spraig and Summer
seasons, which are cn sale low to cash or prompt paying
customers. For the ladies Eugenia, Marsarette, Gren
adine, Organey, B rage and MusHp Robes; brauttfat
plain and fancy Poult de Loi, Organdies, Lawns, BeraiM,
Mneiina Ginghams and Prints; rich Lace, SHk, aet
. . . . tait.it.l .tuV 1 bf t.
Embr.i ered Swlsa Mantle; sets Henlten, Maltese Fettit
I natrrnate during my connection with tbe beuw, and to
, for mT former partners your confidence and coa-
tinned liberal favor..
W. B; DONOHO.
Memphis, ApiU 4th, 1S5I.
I "uv '
The inhicTibm. as above indicated, bave ihtsday pur
chased the entire Interest of W. BvDonohe In 4be boose
of Strattoa, McDavltt A Co.. assuming Its ltabriiiea aud
sntlre control, snd will continue the. Grocery and'- Com
mission Bu Inesa unoVr the aame atyte as heretofore, sod
In doing so, would take this occasion ot returning our
cordial thanks to our friends and the publtufor the libe
ral share of patronage accorded to us for the past twelve,
years, and solicit Its continuance.
' JOnNT. STRATTON,
S. H. DCNSCOMB.
Mempbla. April -t h. 1B57 ap7.1m
Beautiful Suburban JLot for Sale,
CONTAINING three scree, situated on. the
corner of Walker snd Lauderdale streetsv Th'a
Lot la den.ely studdea witn forest ireesaaatira
high and healthy. ItlramostdeslraNeTHe for
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