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THE DAILY APPEAL.
TUESDAY-". APRIL 28, 1857.
5?" The Campbell Minstrels will arrive
tMnmmter ob th steamer Haiti Wayne, and sir a
perferraance at tie Theatre to night.
(J" Oat of repect to the memory of May
or tuuou, tber wai as performance at the Theatre
IKS" A Concert will be eiven by the pupils
of Mrs. ERAurORD'i schsei, at the school house on
On art street, next Thursday evening.
"Tne Delage Fire Company No. 3, of
NiLvirie,wft arrive here on Thursday evening, and par
tMpateln the parade of Friday.
g" We are indebted to the officers of the
Finny JSuUiti and Northerner, for late LonlsvlUe pa
per!. 2?" Mr. Pepper, clerk of the steamer
Alrsis&te, has aur thanks for late Cindsaati and Louls
g"Tbe Submarine No. 7, arrived yesterday
from the wrecker the J"omf .Rose, and is now over the
wreck e-t the Luetic, which annk below the Wharf-boat
last summer, getting out her boilers and engines.
15?" Tickets of invitation to the Ball at Ex
change Batrdtegs, on FiMay night, can be obtained at the
oOeeef War. A. P.OSE, eae deer, east of Odd Fellews'
Hl, aeclh side of CeurtSqsar.
g-Tfae past of Chief Engineer of the
Memphis and LMtte Beck Railroad has been tendered to
MexTSOMEEV Ltnch, at pretest Chief Engineer of the
XestTeeaeasee aadValrglnla Road, and we understand
he has aecepled K.
Governor Johnson, of Georgia. A letter
has been received, by the Invitation Gexnmlttee, from
this gentle, which leads as to hope that he will be presenfl
at the Bastroad JebHee, os Friday and Saturday next,
Ha s ese of the inest speakers la an the South.
Qg Messrs. John- S. Toof and A. IVilkin
s&.n, dfttgales frm the Memphis Typographical Union,
and Mr. Basses, delegate freui Ctacteaatl, left last
eeeevag fr New Orleans, to attend theCenventien which
meets there next Monday.
We return compliments to our energetic
tewuiman J. n. ESArrr, No. 35 Front Row, for that
See shad. ThefeHowwho wlH take a gotd breakfast of
Sd into his bread-basket and oppose railroads, ought to
be hit by a tarantula. Mr. E. is regalarly replenUhed
wHh shad well put np In ice.
A Rase Present. We were yesterday
xead the recipient of a present which no doubt every on
win consMer'as rare, especially for this season we mean
Mac tee ar three dea well matured Mtraisberriet. For
them we are indebted to the kind consideration of Mrs.
Sjimuex. Watsok, who has thus shewn that the seasons
cannot thwart her in her determinations to enjoy one of
the rarest KsxnTtes Incident to spring time. She has our
thanks fr her remembrance of ns.
The Actins Mayor. By reason of the
death f Hs. Thomaj B Cakboix, the duties of
Mayer wlH devolve ex eeso npea tb Chairman of th
Board ef A Mermen, John L. Satfjiebaxs, Etq. H
war, en several eecastoes, dsriog th absence of the
late Mayor, teft Is charge of the responsible dutlea of
that pcsitin.aBd discharged them with ability, energy,
and t the satisfaction o the whole community. Th
election far the sew Mayer will take place in Jnne, and
we presume-that Mr SarrAKKAics will be formally elect
ed by the Bard for the unexpired terra of the late Mayor.
Charleston Fieemen. A delegation of
Phesatx Fire Company, ef Charleston, composed of seven
Members, having the englBe in charge, arriv- d last eves
tog. They were received by our firemen, and their appa
ritus, which Is ef the Philadelphia style, housed in Iudc.
pendent Fire Cempany' bearding. The strangers were
received in a seat t petes by Capt. Baxteb, and a re
sponse made by Mr. Feegusox, of the Charleston Com
pany. Capt. Heheez. also made a few appropriate re
. The balance ef the Company wiH arrite In the
Ml . VZ. .J.-B1 .Q.J ,
Ur ... , r '
muBBta i an utekseer. tveieamiram
Capt. War. Wood, ef the steamer Kate Triibte, that
Mr. Bbablet, aa overseer, was reordered on Saturday
ntf ht last at Carsen's Landing, Bolivar county. Missis-
sited, by three rnnsway negroes whom he was endeavor
lag to arrest. The boat landed about fifteen minutes af
ter the avrder was committed, aBd the excitement was a
treat that so parttenlars could be obtained. Men had
been seat to Oaseordia, distant half a mHe, and to other
ptaece, for aM, and it was the intention to scour the
essatey n4tt the murderers were teen red. WewiUhar
fail parttcatara in a fen days.
Special Meeting of City Council. A
sa! zoeeting of the Board of Mayer and Aldermen
was heM yesterday nursing in the Council Chamber.
Present A Mermen EatTarrsn', (Chairman,) Hughes,
JMer, Faerie r, Barry, Canis, Finale, Douglass, Begart,
A.bsest AMesBsea Dssre and Sbaw.
The aneettsc; bei g caUed to order. Alderman Douglass
anse and atnBeed the death bf Hen. Titos. B. Cab
MLL, Maer, and after delivering a feetlsg eulecT upon
11h- eharaeter and serviers ef decayed, orred the f eHow
leg prrasit4 and rssolutleas, which were unanimously
Whebeas, It has pleased an ever-ruling Providence,
aaaid his multiplied dispensations, to remove frem us k ur
worthy Mayor, Hen. Thomas B. Cahboll,; thtrefore,
Retvived, iy the Council of the dig ef Mrmphit.Thtt
we. n eaaaP with oar leitow-ritirept, deplore the tad
aelictlM vhtch has befallen ns. aud that we as a body
extend oar profoaBd sympathies to the bereavad family
f tlr dced.
Re$ofveJ. As a mark of our esteem and refpect for his
aaecBory. that Iht Cesacll Chamber be draped in mourn,
teg. aud that we, and all tbeoHcerl of the city govern
ment, wear the utnalbadg of mourning for thirty days.
Reeoivtd, That this Board and all the efficrrs of the
caty attend the funeral ef the deceaied this alternoon at
3 'deck ; and that aa a further mark of respect all the
tBfta bosses of the city be r quested to close at 12
e'etver aad remain dosed the remainder of the day.
Raoived, That a copy of these re-dutions be signed
by evety xaember f the Board and addressed to the fami
ly ef the deceased.
Os metlou cf AMermen Hughes, the Board resolved
tem-et this morning at 8 o'clock, for the purpose ef Bil
ls g the vacancy new existing in the effice of Mayor.
Os setats, adjourned.
Death and Funeral or Mayor Carroll.
Early en Sn4ay tvenlag it became generally known in
the etty that Mr. Carroll was dead, and at different
earners of the streets knsta of citizens assembled to dis
course concerning the mournful intelligence. At six
o'etoek the bell of the Invincible Fire Company com
menced telling, aBd shonly afterward the bells of the
other earn partes joined In the requiem to the respected
The etty yesterday presented a mournful aipearance,
after twelve o'clock the most of the places of bulness
being dosed, is compliance with the recommendation of
the OHy Councrl, which met yesterday morning, and
passed res:atUas of cendoKnce and regret at .he public
Kiel which the community haa sustalmd-
Mr. Carroll had been an active fireman and was a
member of the ancient order cf Free and Accepted Ma
aas,aad with the mlliUiy, th Masons and firemen,
together with the city officers, and a large number of cit
swss, formed is procession at Court Square, and pteoeeded
by BMSk, marched to the late residence of the Mayer.
The funeral cortege was the largest one ever seen in
iMscttr. betne over one mHe in length. The streets in
the isneaedtate locality of the deceased's residence were
HteraHy crowded with people, anxious to get a glimpse
ef a!t that remained ef their late chief magistrate and
The remains of Col. Carroll were conveyed to their
last resting place In Blmweod Cemetery.
Toe f Moral cervices were by Rev. Dr. Gray.
Mr. JHJ L. SATARRA!ts wi s Chief Marshal of th
praeeestM, assisted by Cl. Douglass, Mr. C. M. Fack
LER and Mr. B. D. BAUCn. The following was the
Obder or Procession:
liberty Fire Company No. 3.
Independent Fire Company N. 1.
Meehanica' Fire Company No. 4.
Invincible Fire Comhany No. 6.
Washington Fire Company No. 6.
Book and Ladder Company No. 1.
Board of Mayer aid Aldermen.
Angerona Lodge, No. ICO.
Sorts Memphis Lodge, No. 118.
Family and Relations.
ORtzeB Is Carriages and Omnibuses.
Ottlzees on Horseback.
Arrived at the Cemetery, the body was consigned to
Ks last resting ptaee with the Impressive funeral cere
monies of the Masons.
The military fired a salute of three rounds over the
grave, a ter which the cortege dispersed.
g" Persons of sedentary habits, who are
genera ly affected with Vertigo, Languor and Exhaustlen,
Nausea ard Headache, have Is BoKhave'a Holland Bitters
a grateful remedy. It gives strength and energy to the
system, stimulates the disgestlve organs, and corrects
acidity ef the stomach.
We would caution the public against purcbashlng any
cf the many imitations of this deightful Aroma. To
prevent Impositions, be careful to askfor EcnsnArE's
HnALTit. Hurley's Sarsaparilla enters the
ctreuljting fluid "the Mood" Increases the red glob
ules neossary fcr perfect health, and eradicate, all taint
or disease from the constitution. Chicago Democrat.
Sold by SebiffeHs, Brothers tr. Co . New Tork ; Russell,
Scbott & Co.. Philadelphia; J. D. Park, Cincinnati,
Ohio, and aH the extensive medicine venders throughout
the VInlan. .
Arrivals and Departures. '
Suhd.1T, April St.
R. H. Winston, Claansatrto New Orleans.
Fanny Bullitt, Losisvill to Xsw Orleans.
David White, Now Orleans to LonUrllle.
Flying Cloud, New Orleans to St. 1 cull.
Eate Frubee, Napoleon to II TOpht.
St Francis, St. Francis river to Memphis.
Empress, New Orleans to Louisville.
Northerner, Louisville to Memphis.
Mondat, April 37.
Peter Tellon, Louisville to New Orleans.
Memphis. Cincinnati to Memphis.
Orleans, New Orleans to St. Louis.
Cumberland, Cincinnati to New Orleans.
Winchester, Memphis to Friar Point.
Submarine No. 7, Napoleon to Memphis.
Eat Frlsbee, Memphis to Nspol.on.
Maria Denning, St Louis to New Orleans.
Northerner. Memphis to Louisville.
X. Howard. New Orleans to NashTlUe.
James E. Woodruff, New Orleans to St. Louis.
$3 The rtrer is falling at the rate of six Inches In
twenty-four hours. Alter a heavy rain, which continued
all of Sunday morning, the weather cleared en" cool. Tes
terday it was clear and pleasant, and the Indications now
are that we will have some real spring weather. Th
Memphis arrived yeaterday morning with a heavy freight
list f torn Cincinnati. The A orfsrrner arrived light from
Louisville, but retsrnrd in theevenlng crowded with pas
sengers. Business continues dull at the landing,
53" The popular packet Mottle IVaync is now d us ft cm
St. Louis, and she will most lltily arrive this morning.
The Afaffie Is under
She will return this aturnoon,
command of that prince of good fellows Cspt. Bob Blley,
whom everybody in the Mississippi river knows; and the
clerk's office is filled by Mr. Low, an accommodating
young man. The Mettle has good accommodations for
passengers, and all who take passage on her will be well
taken care of.
E3The City of EuntniUeU now over due from Nssh
villa. If she arrivea in time, she will depart on her re
turn trip this evening.
3- The fleet Xorthtrnrr arrived on Sunday night from
Louis vine, with a large number cf passengers, and de
parted punctually at fir o'clock last evening cn her re
turn trip, having nearly every state room engaged. She
started out on a quick trip, aud we may expect to hear of
me tall running.
J3-The mammoth steamer Maria Denning arrived
here yesterday afternoon from St. Louis, on her wsy to
New Orleans. She had on board 18C0 tons of freight, th
largest load of the season.
EJ-The fleet Kate Tritbee arrived at an early hour
on Susdsy afternoon from Napoleon, with a large num
ber of cassengers. She departed yesterday afternoon
with a large amount of freight for th white river coun
try ard Napoleon.
The s wilt IFIneAeif rr I'ft at eleven o'clock yes
terday morning for Friar's Point. She will he at the
landing again this evening.
J-The Staondt had sot arrived at 10 o'clock last
E3" The LoaisvHle Courier, of Frldsy says :
" The river was at a stand yesterday, with six feet wa
ter n the falls by Capt Yarble mark. In the canal
there were nine feet water. The weather yesterday was
clear and pleasant all day long, theugh rather too cool
for the season. The weather of late should cause a con
siderable rise In the river, bnt thus far tb n suit has
barely been sufficient to keep it at a stand "
53- The St. Francit A'o. 2 will leave this aflernoon
for Helena and WltUbsrg.
3 The Submarine So. 7, as seen as she gets through
with the wreck of the Luclle, will proceed to the wreck
of the A. L. Shottoell and take out her boilers and en
gines. Q-Ibt fine packet Memphtt, under command of Capt.
Pepper, arrived yesterday morning from Cincinnati, with
a fine load. She will leave at an early hour to-morrow
evening on her return trip. The Memphis has superior
accommodations for passengers, and is one of the safest
boats to travel os that comes to this port.
tj-The Cincinnati Ctmmerciat, of Friday says:
"Tb weather c ntlnues clear and delightful. Last
night, however, he clouds indicated rain. The river Is
stationary, with thirteen feet hetci to Louisvillle. Last
n ght there were seven feet ten Inches and talllog at Pitts
burgh, and six feet Is the steamboit pass, on the Fills."
Safest Ifclus Irj ffkpajijj
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MEMPHIS.
Additional by Stesmer America.
New Tore, April 27. Wright tt Co. quote, total
absence of aslmstles In American Cotton contracted by
greater stringency is money markets. The imports are
large and a continuous reserve characterizes the dally op
erations. The trade purchase only for the immediate re
qelrementaef the market. The market closed tamely
with adecilne of 1-16 Middling Orleans 1-1CK.
The advices from the United States had no effect on the
market, it being neutralized by the tightness of the
money market ard the heavy imports. A considerable
quantity ef the arrivals got into weak hands, and the
apprehensions caused bx the present state of the nuaey
maiket forced sales which caused a depression; neverthe
less, the better qualities at present are well maintained.
The lower grades, on the contrary, have further declined,
and are unsalable. Money daHy more atrlngent. Private
letters are unfavorable.
Defalcation of a Collector.
Louisville, April 27. CharleiVesbnrger, Collector
for the Mail Line, has absconded, on account of a defal
New Tore, April i". The Black n'arrior saEtd to
day with $220,000 in specie, for Havana.
The ahlpUen ONeer, rm New Orleans for Llverpiol,
grounded on She.slng island in a fog. She atterwaids
gteT, with fifteen feet water lu her hold. She was
brought to Liverpcel where she is new discharging.
Later from Henduras.
New Tore, April 27. The New Tork Herald has
dates from Honduras to the 1st Inst.
It Is rumored that the Guatcmallan army la Nicaragua
was defeated; also, that San Salvador had declared In
favor of Walker.
River Kewi sad Markets.
LorISVILLE, April 27. The river has fallen six
Inches. Arrlvjd, Nebraska, Argyle, Thomas and Rain
bow. Departed, Franklin and Tweed.
Kiw Tork, April 27. Cotton market dull, dedlaed
X; Middling Orleans, 14; Middling Uplands, 13.K; mar
ket dosed heavy.
CmciNNATI, April 27 j Flour, demand gocd, prices
tending upwards $5 80g$5 67 H; Mess Toik, dull, nomi
nal; Bulk Pork unchanged; Whisky steady, fair de
Sew Tore. April 27. Flour, demand exceeding
supply caused much activity in market, slight Improve
ment In prices, $6 65$6 85; Wheat is demand, prices
firm; mixed corn dull, unchanged, 73c ; Mess Poik, de
mand moderate, prices declined $21 75 $22 00; Bulk
Pork dull, declined X.
Os the 2M instant, at th residence of the bride's ps-
reuts, in Arkansas county. Ark., by Bev. II. C. Horton,
Mr. W. D. Lavender, of NewTotk, formerly of Nash
ville, Tenn., and Mls Nahnie W. Boss.
J3 Nashville papers, and New Tork Herald please
Os the 26th Instant, by the Bev. Wm. Carey Crane,
Mr. H. B WoLrciLL and Miss Susan AJcx Hiohtow-
ER. all of this etty.
Our friend Wolfbull has been bound at last In ties
which we trust will prove as strong as some of his
own binding. He was looked upon as a confirmed
bachelor, only St to fckl sheets of psper, but he baa re
lieved himself from the odium attaching to single life,
and can now fold something more precious. At any
rate, we wlh him and his bride long life and hsrplaesi,
and thank them tor their remembrance in the shape of
cake. This Is what his brother craftsmen -will caU tw
volumes bound in one.
The friends of Elizabeth and Egbert Wooldridge are In
vited to attend the Funeral of their Nephew, Thomas
Beidoes, at their residence, THIS EVENING, at 4
Tuesday, April 2S. 1557.
PfEVT BARBER SHOP.
TUOSE who are fond of an easy, comfortable and dean
SHAVE will find accommodation at the new shop of
JOHN BROWN, who has just re-opened on Shelby street.
His shop Is comfortably and tastefully fitted np, and he
will be pleaaed to welcome his old customers and as many
new ones as may see proper to patronize him.
HAVINGduy qualified as Administratrix of the estate
of the late WM. M DUNN, deceased, notice is here
by given to all persons indebted to said estate, to come
forward and make payment immediately ; asd all persoss
having claims against It, are required to preseot them,
duly authenticated wltals the time prescribed by law, or
this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.
ap21-daw2w EMILY F. DUNN. Administratrix.
1. WELLXR J. S. ERWIX.
WEMaER & ERWIN,
AND LUMBER YARD,
Overton ttrtet, near the MemphU and Ohio Depot,
KEEP for sale and make to order Doors, Bliads, Sash,
Mantles, Frames, Mouldings and everything in that
line, of the best materials and workmanship. They are
also prepared to do all kinds of Sawing and Planing for
the trade, and to erect buildings of every description; to
shelve and fit up stores, and other Jobbing.
Having procured suitable machinery the will toon be
enabled to manufacture PACKING BOXES of all kinda,
cheaper and better than ever before made in the city.
Shingles. White Fine asd other Lumber for sale, dressed
X3" Orders from the country promptly attended to.
R. B. BBOVX...... C.
BROW.V & FRAZER.
1 TTORNETd AT LAW. Offices No 268 Main street.
r over Benson's Music store, Memphis, Tens., ana
Hernando, DeSoto county. Miss. Will attend promptly
to all collections and Dullness entrusted to them in West
Tennessee and North Mississippi.
-? Refer to Trultt. Bro. k Co . Philadelphia; Cronls.
nurxthall fc Sears. Walter t Steislein, N; T.; w. B.
Miller, Joues, Brown a Co., w..J.-Wttb at Co.. Mem
phis, j apll-dtwly
MEMPHIS DAILT, APPEAL OFFICE, 1
Tuesday, April 23. 1857. (
CnT-rnTh.Ute fnreicn decline and the seareltvof
- - ,
sues on nana nas almost cntcseu operations entirety.
I Sellers are firm at former rates, a d the few buyers re
maining la market are cnwUllng to entar at present
prices. Consequently the Cotton market Is at a dead-
I stand. There has been no material chsnge in ourdo-
I mestic market. Wo continue qnotatlons without change.
MEMPHIS COTTON QUOTATIONS.
Inferior 9 10
Strict Middling. 13 V1SK
Lcw Middling., ..IS fei!2V
Fair, scarce.... nominal.
Receipts or Cottox at New Ohleass. The
ractlpts at this port since 1st September, says th New
Orleans Price Current at theS3d lnst., (exclusive of the
arrivals from Mobile, Florida and Texas,) are 1,331,031
bales, against 1,664,667 bales to same date last year; and
the Increase lu the reclpls at all the ports, up to the
latest dates, as compared with last year, is 107,642 bales
In the exports from the United States to foreign conn
Wes, as compared with the same dates last year, there is
decteasa of 2S4.1I7 bales to Great Britain, 62,691 to
France and 63,437 to other foreign ports.
NEW ORLEANS MARKET.
From the Price Current, April22
REMARKS ON THE MARKET FOR THE PAST THREE
fViT-"rn V i rrtrett .trim thA 17ft. Incf .t nf Tfilattn,
I nd Mississippi 6216 biles, Tejnes(oa and North Alabama
zor, jtooire. ,3, riorioa o, Texas ou i locemer, otbo
I learea since me 171s instant, for Liverpool IO,
923 bales, Glasgow 1097, Qu enston asd a market 1811,
Havre 1971, St Petersburg 3C7t, Barcelona 1231, Vera
Cruz 160, New Tork 1632, Boston 3049, ruuaasipbta 313;
together 26,796 bales. Stock In pres.es and on shipboard
not deared on the -lit Instant 161,710 bales.
Our last report closed upon an exnedlnely dun mar
ket, with prices evidently lenaing aswnwaia, ana me
sales of Saturday, vi men amonnteato anoui zoco ca:es,
were at rates Indicating a decline of fuiiy a .V cent per
pound. On Monday barely ooo bates were disposed ef
aud yesterday the f alee were about 2000 bales ; making a
total for the three days or ouuo Dales, at irregular prices.
but mostly at rates which would indicate a decline of a
J'M H cent from last week'a figures. The position of
the msrket is peculiar, however, as most holders are still
consilent and refuse to make any marked concessions,
while on the other hsnd there are no buyers at the mo
ment at old prices Under these circumstances there is
at present no set tied and established market, the occa
sional limited and irregular sal'a not constituting one.
and we are constrained to omit quotatltn until the move
ment Is more active and general. The Fulton's advices
were received about noon yesterday, and accounts still
three days later, by Ine cunara steamer of the 11th
lntt int. are now about due by telegraph, and are locked
for with much Interest.
COMPARATIVE PRICES OF COTTON.
At this date, in the following years, with Rate of Freight
to Liverpool, ana or sterling Exchange.
1B57. 1856. 1866.
Inferior 6 10 6X 8 6H
Ord.toG.Ord 10X12( 8H($ 3K 7 8X
LowMiddling 13XI3t 10H310K 8X 9
Middling I3KI3K I0K10K 9!i(A 95,
Good Middling II UH I1XUK 10 rllOX
MlddllngPalr ltK&UH UK KH
Good Fair......... nominal. nominal.
Good and Fine..... nominal. nominal. nominal.
Freight iT. d.
to Liverpool. H S-16S y
Sterling p.c. prem" p. c pre in. p.c. prera.
Exchange 9XQ9.V 9 9f 9U 10
LATEST LIVERPOOL QUOTATIONS.
April 8. I 1857. I 186S.
FalrOrleans I 8S d. I 6K d.
MiddlingOrleans.. I 7 13-16 d. 6 d.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st September. IS5S Bales 6.995
Arrivm past tnree aays o.fci
Arrived previously 1,123,7521,131,133
Exported past three days.
Stock on hand and on ship-board............. 161,710
Suoar Louisiana The receipts from the interior
continue very light, and the parcels that have been held
in second hands are sow brought forward to meet the de
mand, which Is very fair, and enables holders to obtain
advanced prices. The sales -of the three days sum cp
about suu nnos., at rates witnm the range of the fol
Inferior 7K 9 I Fair to Fatly do.lQK10K
Common to Good I Prime to Choice. 10KW1I H
Common SXtjJIO Clarified UHI2K
Molasses The few limited parcels occasionally ar
riving from the interior find purchasers at about the
rasgsof the following qnotat loos say for Inferior and
Fermenting 15 65, Fair to Prime and Choice Rebelled
07M03 ana os cents rl gallon, city Kebolled sells most
ly at 6360 cents and we nctlce further sales of some
1600 bbls. Cuba Muscovado at 60(g52 cents s gallon In
Tobacco Since the eonsiderab'e sales at the dose of
last week the market has been comparatively quiet and
the rales of the past three days, at least so far as we are
advl.ed. barely sum up 150 hogsheads (of which 100 by
one party) and all on private terms except 15 hhds. at
ax anazatiox c-ntsr" D. Besides the above It was
stated at the dose of yesterday that several huadred
hhds. had been sold, but nothing could be clearly authen
ticates we save further accounts of frost and snow in
the Tobacco region, and holders daim very full prices.
Quotations are mostly nominal at the moment, hutw
continue previous figures.
Leas Factory 9 a 8X
Lear Inferior to Common II (412X
" Fair 13 13M
" Fine 11K15K
" Choice Selections 18 1S
Frosted tuew crop 8 10
CorrtE The past three days have been a period of
uausual quiet In the market for P.Io Coffee, the sales
havlne been confined to some JSOO bjes. ne.rW .11 t
range of I0ll cents l fa for very ordinary to good fair
and prime quail y. One further cargo of 5000 hags has
Exchange and Sank Note List.
O. W'. O H hi tUEVST efts CO.,
COR. FROST ROW AND MADISOJT-ST.
BirflltS BATES lELLIXO RATES
Kprem I New Tork
Kprem I New Orleans. ...
prem I Louisville & Cln
Kprem St. Louis...... ..
Ner Orleans...... Kprem I New Orleans....
I ah large upper
Ceustry (good).. Kprem
American Gold I prem I Gold .....lMprem
Silver....... 1 prem I Silver............ 3 prem
Highest rates paid for Land Warrants asd Arkansas
Swamp Land Scrip.
OCA BBLS. Smith's superior Pittsburgh Ale, wood
&iJJ faeop bbls., and for sale by
H H. POTTER, Maln-st,
ap22 Third door Nsrth Worsham House.
A SMALL lot of very superiir Chewing Tobacco.
H II. POTTER, Main st.,
ap22 Thlid door North Worsham liouie.
M'LL.E MANYERS, Parisienne,
WHO speaks English fluently, wishes to give lessons
in the French and Spanish Languages, asd also is
Vocal Mnslc M'lle Manvlrs would be glad to attend
schools, or give private lessons. Mile M. brings testi
monials from th highest personages in this country
signed by President Pierce, Gov. Aiken, (S. C.,) Senator
Butler, Cat. Jefferson Davis, , which she will be hap
py to exhibit.
Apply at Mr. Bulkley's, Hemendo street, next doer to
the late Mayor Carroll's residence, or at th Music Stores,
No. 275 Main Street.
HAVING received my entire stock of SPRING AND
SUMMER GOODS, I am enabled to present ose of
the Isrgest and most elegant assortments of Ladles'
Dress Goods ever offered In this market, enlisting of
F.ounced Goods, Silks, Grenadines,
Berrgcs, Organdies. Muslins,
White ftoels, Laces, Embroideries,
Gloves, Hosiery, &e &c.
ALSO, far Gentlemen's Wear, line Cloths, Cas imeres,
Vestlngs, Linens and Farslsblcg Godr, cf every varie
ty, and a comp ete and well selected stock of STAPLE
GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Carpels, &c
j. n. McNeill,
ap23 daw2w 276 Main street, Memphis.
la kt r
-A. Gr 33 2NX 1 .
DEVALL'S BCUFF. ARK.
HAVING removed his Land Office from Memphis to
D'vall's Bluff, on White river, wher the Memphis
and Little Rock Ballroad cresses the same, will attend to
Locating Land, Paying Taxes. &c, in the adjoining
counties, and attend to getting Deeds for all Lands En
tered at th Helena, Jacksonport, Fine Bluff, Little Rock
asd Batesvllle Swamp Land Offices.
ne will also furnlih information on liberal terms to
those that wish to Locate Swamp Land, navlng person
ally, and by agents, examined the country from Memphis
to Little Rock, the last summer, for fifteen miles on each
aide of the Memphis and Little Rock Railroad, he Is ena
bled to f ornlih correct asd reliable Information to all
that may call. aplS-wtf
Fine Residence tor Sale.
I OFFER for sale one ef the best residences in
Memphis, on Second street, beteen Court
Square and the Pestofflee.
Also, a No. I Negro Man a tuperlor hous or
body servant. S. C. SNTDEB.
STLVESTER GRIFFIN. Thomas Wortham, Nathaniel
W. Williams, Anthony Grieshaber, Henry Dapur and
Ktslah Forrester, will hear of something to their advan
tage by calling on HUME F. HILL.
ap25-dawlt No 3 Bank Avenue, Memphis, Tens.
Spring aBd Summer Clothing.
WE are Is receipt, and will continue tore telve through
the Spring and Summer, as usual, our large and
varied stock of Mens' and Boys' Clothing, of various
qualities and atyles, suited for all das es and tastes.
Also, a large and well selected stock or Boots, Shoes,
Hats Caps, Trnn-s. Valises, Carpet Bags asd Umbrellas.
Our Goods have been selected with great care, and we
pledge ourselves to our friends and the public generally
that we will give them the neatest asd latest styles, as
fast tsthey are got up la the Batters cites.
ap!7 W.N. HUNT & CO., Madlsos-st.
A BEAUTIFUL assortment of Casslmere, Silk, Leg
horn, Braided Straw and Ceylon, which we offer low.
ap!7 HUNT & CO., Madison st.
A LARGE, and desirable stock of Plain and Fancy
Shirts, for sale cheap by
apI7 x. , . , , HUNT tt CO., Maln-st.
iTjllFTT barrels No. 1 Molasses, for sal by
17 'TOST17' HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
Wlien wc Hear
mrsT ministers, lawyers, edllors. Physicians, and
" .77 .. " ' "
. Bf in, enirence. coma zorwaru HmwuMicwir uic,
we axe inclined to belter that it is a Just .one. So, in
like manner must we believe when that data of persons
endorse and recommend any article for the public good,
be It for their morals or health for the latter, Leonard's
South American Fcvrr and Ague Remedy is spoken of by
them, and all who have ued it, as a universal and never
falling cur for Chills and Fever; and In our humble
I opinion, it is all that need be deslrtd for the afflicted to
seek o effect a cur.
OF all the effects that exposure of the skin to the air
or sun products, the most.dlsag-eeable Is called freckles
or tan. If spread over the entire surface of the parts
exposed, it is called tan if scattered at Intervals,
freckles. The finest skins are most sudjjci io incm.
Burnt tf KaUitton, or Orient Water, prepared by Jo
seph Buinett it Co , Tremont street, Boston, contains a
' peculiar era.lve proptrty which will remove these diss-
S3T For sale by S. MANSFIELD St CO. and all DrtJJ
gists at 69c. and 1 per bottle. ap22.datwlw
The American ladle are celebrated not less for their
delicate beauty than for lta early and premature decay.
How Important then to make me of the means which
sclenc-has providtd to arrest the pernicious effect of
j our changeable climate, and preserve the complexion
clear and beautiful In spite of deleterious influtnees,
Burnett's Kalliston, or Orient Water, prepared only by
Jsseph Burnett & Co., II Tremsnt street, Boston, will
be found to accomplish this result.
For sale by S. MANSFIELD !t CO., and dealers gener
ally. Price 60c. and $1 per bottle. ap2Z- atwlw
Wliite TeetU, Perfumed Br eat It
and Beautiful Complexion,
CAN be acquired by using th '-Balm or a Thou
sand Flowers." What lady or gentleman would re
main under the curse of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the "Balm or A thousand Flowers" as a
dtntrlOce, would not only render It sweet, but leave the
teeth white as alabaster? Many persons do not know
their breath Is had, and the subject Is so delicate their
friends will never mention It. Beware of counterfeits.
Be sure each bottle is signed,
FETRIEGE fa CO., New Tork.
S3" For sale by all Druggists. apl7-deodly
Those of our Readers
WHO are under the necessity of making applications to I
the hair will do well to read the advertisement of Prof.
Wood's Hair Restorative la another column. In the
space of time which It has been before the public. It haa
won for Itself a reputation unequalled by any other ar
ticle of the kind no known, and wherever tried. It has,
so far as our knowledge extends, been tried with success.
Jacksonville Constitutionalist, March, 1S65.
To be had of O. J. Wood & Co., Ill Market street, St.
Louis, and of druggists generally. apr!117 daw2w
E. E. P. DAYIDSON,
GENERAL LAND AGENT for Bolivar, Coahoma, Sun
flower and Washington counties, will he found at the
Commercial Hotel, on the 1st, 24 and 3d days of May.
AK extra likely NEGRO GIRL, sixteen years old, of
good qualities. Prefer selling her In or near the city.
No one seed apply who cannot give her a comfortable and
permanent home. Apply to
EDMONDSON & ABM STRONG,
apU-Jw 217 Main street.
smmrl RAILROAD ROUTE.
Special Notice to Shippers.
THE completion of the Memphis and Charleston Bsll-
road, which has Just been accomplished, connects this
city (Memphis) with Savannah, Georgia, by continuous
rail. Shipper of 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 tffer every facility afforded by
the Charleston route, It possesses one peculiar ad vantage
over It. There is one f raiu-iftlomenf less by Savannah
than by Charleston. Goods and Produce are transported
between Savannah and Atlanta, In the same cars, with
out detentlos or trans-shipment.
Rates of freight are at present same as by the other
route, nandbllls, containing rates and other informa
tion relative to the Savannah Line, will be issned In due
Mr. J. A. S. Tuttix L the agent of the Central Ball-
road, in New Tork. Office No. IS Broadway, where he
will be please to furnish rates, asd confer with Sou h-
ern merchants or tneir Agents in tnai city, as to ine ad
vantages of shipping via Savannah.
A. U. Vi AKK,
Agent Savannah Line, Atlanta, Georgia.
A SEW DISCOVERY.
THE many evidences adduced in this dty place It be-
yond doubt as to the permanent cure of CONSUMPTION I
ln all of its forms, by the continued use of Dr. SLEDGE'S
HOARHOUND PECTORAL. CROUP rHevd In one
vnri, llnltnnm 7UiIiIlf TlMlTlPS..
Aor, AiaDaiUa, iTAlUUie A Lullts1
SUC iissu ivua lie AiAaaaaoaaai-
THE DEMOCRAT, HunUvllle, Alabama, published by
J. Withers Clay, 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 the oldest
and has the widest and most general circulation of any
Alabama psper in the Southern counties of Middle Ten
nessee; the counties of Jackson, DeKalb, Madisen, Mar
shall, Limestone, Morgan, Blount, Hancock, Lawrence,
Lauderdale, Franklin and Walker counties, In Alabama,
aud the Northern counties of Mississippi. Advertise
ments left at the Memphis Appeal Office ; with James
Penn, Esq., or forwarded directly to "The Democrat,
Huntsvllle.Ala.," promptly Inserted at reasonable rates.
April 2, 1S57.
Memphis aud Charleston R. R.
At a meeting of the Beard of Directors of the Mem
phis and Charleston Ballroad Company, held at Hunts-
vllle, Ala., on the 19th February, 1557, the following re
solution was nnanlmously passed :
Resolved. That In accordance with the power and au
thority given In the fifteenth section of the Charter of
the Memphis and Charleston Ballroad, the Beard of Di
rectors of said Company hereby dedare that all stock
holders who do net pay out fully in atocx tsey noia in
said Compaiy, on or before the 30th day of Jane next,
lhat the same will b forfeited to the Company, including
all stock wholly or partly unpaid; and the Treasurer of
each division of the Road be required to give notice to
that efflct, from the lit or April to ine aula or June next.
A true copy of the minutes.
W. B WALDBAN,
Treasurer Westers Dlvitlon.
Memphis, April 1, 1S57 ap -td
HIDES! HIDES! HIDES!
100,000 Hides Wanted 1
FOR which we will pay the highest market price In
We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAR SKINS. In fact, any Skins used by TAN
NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the niGHRST CASH
PRICE. GEO. PHILLER it- CO.,
novl2-Cm 78 Front Bow.
W. E. fflLTOiN;
S6 Irlad i sou Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Wsrinp Tnc.nr.mpn fYinin.iniPS in tnn Ilnilen
Exchange and Note Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of all
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
Por Spring and Summer of 1857,
ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin asd Casalmere HATS, re
ceived at WHEATON'S, 75 Front Bow, where those in
want cf a superb and fashionable HAT will please call.
Constantly os hand and receiving the largest and finest
stock of SOFT HATS In the city at
feb2t WHEATON'S, 75 Front Row.
Win. A. Batclielor's Hair-Dye.
GRAT, BED er BUSTT HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and Natural BBOWX or BLACK, without the
least Injury to hair or skin.
Fifteen Medals and JKsZoncihave been awarded to
WM. A. BATCIIELOB, since 1S39, and over 80,000 appli
cations have been made to th 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 a wig.
Wm. A. Batchelou's Haib-Dte produces a color
not to bo distinguished from nature, and Is warranted
not to Injur is the least, however long It may te con
tinued. Made, sold or applied, fin nine private rooms.) at the
wis raiiory, uroaumaj, nun iuil.
Sold in all cities and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
J3 The Genuine has the name and address upon a
steel-plate engraving on four sides of each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOB,
233 Broadway, New Tork.
X3 For sale bj S. MANSFIELD & CO., and Druggists
Xra portnnt to Fomalos
DB. GHEESEMAN'S PILLS,
THE combinations ot ingredients In these Pills i re the
result ot a long and extensive practice. They are
mua in ineir operation, ana certain to correcting all ir
regularities, painful menstruation, removing all obstruc
tions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, psln In
the side, palpitation ot the heart, disturbed simp, -which
always arise from Interruption of nature. Th yj can be
successfully used as a preventive. These Pill I should
never be taken In pregnancy, as they would be sure to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, asd
free from anything Injurious to life or health. Explicit
dlnctions, which should be read, accompany each hox.
Prion ft. For sale Is Memphis by
s. Mansfield & co
. ;o.,d. JOHNSON,
WARS & J0NK3.
, JCJ Sent by man by enclosing $1 to Dr. CORKHCIUS
L. CHEESKMAN, No. 192 Broadway, New Tork. - .
L " WE autnortaed to announce HUME P. HILL,
l . s a catawate lor re-euciiou to m.
I carder. aLZS
WE are authorized to announce Major GEORGE W.
as a candidate for Recorder at the ensuing mo
nidpal election. P
FOR CITY MARSHAL.
WE are reauested to announce th nam of S. A
MOORE as a candidate for the office of City Marshal, at
th ensuing June elections. mans-te
WE are authorized and reauested to announce ENOCH
ENLOE as a candidate for City Marshal, at tba tosiilDgt
election. p36-t- I
WE are authorized to announce JAMES O. BEIN
HABDT as a candidate for the office of City Marshal, s
the ensuing Municipal Election in June next. mari-i
FOR CAPTAIItf OF DAY POLICE.
WE are anthorized and rrcnesUd to announce captain
W. C. CAUSEY as a candidate for the office of Captain of
the Day Police. ap-
CAPTAI2V- MfiHT POL. ICE-
aalU, JorCapYaYn cf te NlVht Polct. at the V5
el.etlcn. ' apI6 te
WE are authorized to annoance FELIX G. BUTLER a
Face the Music I
THOSE CUICKERIKG PIANOS have
arrived, per steamer Oregon. Persons Is
wast of a superior PIANO can get them
calling socn at
192 Main street.
TWO 7 octave A. W. Ladd & Co.'s Pianos ;
Two 6K " " " " "
Two 6 "
Received to-day, and for sale at reduced prices by
ap7-Im McKINNET & CO.
THREE seven-octave Raven, Bacon fc Co. Pianos ;
Three 6X octave " '
One 6 H octave " " " "
Becelved this day and for sale at
ap7-lm McKINNET Sc CO.'S.
FOUR 6 octave Hallett, Davis & Co.'s Pianos;
Two Sft " " " " ' '
Two6 " " " " "
Four 7 " " " " "
This day received at
ap7-lm McKINNET tt CO '3.
Hallett, Davis & Co.'s Pianos:
r--"-T aiAiAtiA or isose univenauy popular
?-r?e-tSM Piano Fortes Ave now in store ana eleven
I to arrive per shins Hiawatha and Mara-
tnon and bark .If far all of which will be
sold at extremely short profits by
mario MCKINNET X CO.
Raven, Bacon & Co.'s Pianos!
FOURTEEN Piano from the abov - mas.
ufacturers, seven now on hand, the balance I
shippea last nwntn per ships victtourg
and Shepfard Knavp. These Pianos are
so well known in Memphis and the surrounding country
tnit runner notice from us is unnecessary, only a.Ming
that we can afford and win sell them at less prices than
heretofore. rmarlOl McKINNET St CO
aiA riA.Mja from ine woria-renownro
manufacturers, Messrs. Chlckerlsg &
Sons, the original Jonas Chickering, were
shipped to us on the 27! a of Februtrr. cer
ship Malibar, and will be received in a few days which
we shan oner for sale at the manufacturers' prices, ex
penses or transportation aaaea oniy.
MCKIlsET k CO..
carlo 192 Main street.
GEO. FLAHERTY & BRO.
mrdern and antique Cabl-K
net mraiture unit nfi
Jfja jj n mj- 2,toct $60,000, consisting
of a variety from a plain Kitchen Table to th most ele
gant and elaborately carved Rosewood Parlor Setts, Is
broca telle and plush.
Carpets, Curtains, Floor Oil Cloth. Mattresses. Looking
Glasses, Ottoman-, Frames prepared for Embroidered
Covers, Relrlgerators, Shower Baths, Water Ftlterers.
tte , Sash, 600 IK Walnut Stairs Banisters always kept
Pianos Tuned I city or country, by an experienced Pro
fessor, by leaving your orders at the same famous old
corner cf Mam and Union, streets, Memphis.
apri tiKO. FLAUEUTT CL BRO.
rpHE public are hereby forewarned from trading for a
X note drawn by me and payable to the older of R. G
Edwards, for the sum of SI. 000. dated 21st April. 1857.
The note was lost accidentally tcls day, and I will not pay
it out at ine extent or me nw.
ap22-lw B. MTER3.
FROM the subscriber, residing In Fort Pick
ering, on Friday, the 17th lnst , a small dark
brown HORSE MULR. shod before, mane
reached and tall trimmed, shoulders sore. Caused
by eatioie. A liberal rewara win oe paid any one return
ing the said Mule to me or leaving him at J. C. Hol
land's stable. Main street.
apz2-lT c. c. MORRIS.
A Good Chance for a Profitable
IWISII to sell 210 feet of Groand cn the south lide of
Adams street, adjoining the bayou (opposite J. Phe-
Ion's Foundrv) os wblcli there Is a good Dwelling House
containing s ncoms, witn z cisterns ana an convenient
out houses necessary for family, purposes. Also, a Family
Grocery, adjoining the bridge, containing S Rroras in the
second story and 2 btotrs In the first, with a good Cis
tern, -me anove property is crxtred for sale by private
contract until the 1st of next month, either in whole or
subdivision to suit purchasers. If not sold at that date
It will be fold to the highest bidder lor one-third cash,
balance in one and two years. JAMES BOTU
KEEL ROAT FOR SALE.
THE. Kite! Boat "GEN. PIKE," oon to arrive, with
a cargo f nails, will bs sold low as soon as the cargo
The Boat Is nearly new, 125 fet long. 22 feet wide, with
tight Cargo Box, and carries 220 tons, ant tows well.
Apply 10 HAW KB, SMITH & t il.,
ap25-lw 304 and 308 Main street.
LOVERS OF THE BEAUTIFUL
WILL BEAU IN MISD THAT
GEO. PATTISON & CO.
Have received a few copies of those superb colored
French lathograplis :
Tiro Xjxttlo 3NT.-vri5r-'tor-,
THE LITTE SUNSHADE.
ALSO others, which call and see, at 263 Mais street,
n-ar Madlios street. ap25
REPORTS of Cases adjudged In the Supreme Court cf
Mississippi, by Robert J Walker, Reporter of the
tale. For sale by LAMB, TOUNG Jr. CO.. .
ap21 259 Main street.
TWO DRAT3 also two Dray Licenses,whlch have eight
and nine months to run. Apply to
feb4-tl GWTNNE & GIBSON.
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad,
QBAND RAIIiBOAjD JTJBHaEE
1st and 2d of May Next.
AMPLE arrangemeuts are being made for the accom
modation of all who miy wish to participate in the
festivities of the occasion. "
The Trains will run as follows :
The regular Mall Train will leave Memphis at 7:15 a.
M., arrlrlng at Sardi at 10:15 a. it.
Returning. leaves Sardis at 10.35 a. m.. arrivinir at
sfemjhls lr25 p It.
The Accommodation Train will leave Sardis at 6:40 A.
jr., aad arr ve at Memphis at 10 a. sr.
Returning, Have Memphis at 3:10 p. M.. and arrive at
Sardis at 7:03 p II.
53" Jfo f relghls will be carried those days.
Alii, a Sunday Train, leavlse Sardis at S:40 a. m.. ar.
riving at Memphis at 10 a. m.
Returning, leaves Memphis at 3:10 p. ir., arriving at
Srrdis at 7:00 p. r.
ap23-dawtmay2 . M. PATRICK, Supt
Wanted to Lease.
FOR a term of years, a large and commodious Store, on
Mam street, between Madhun and Jefferson streets.
For such I will pay a liberal premium.
THOS. J. HARRIS,
ap25-2t 262 Mais street.
"TR. GEO 0 BRTDON will take his first Beseflt Is
1V1 Memphis os TUESDAT EVENING, April 27, 1857.
on which occasion. In addition to the entire NEW STOCK
uuhi-jlm, some ruruLtii yuluntekks wm lend
their aid. There will be a delightful and varied bill :
tou of singing, lots ef dancing, and lots of fun. Mr.
Br) don trusts that his efforts to please, during bis recent
sojourn in Memphis, will receive the kind support of the
S3" Tickets to be procured at an the public resorts and
private boxes at the Theatre. ap25-3t
PLANS asd propossls will be received by the under
signed until the fourth proximo, for fencing and en
closing Court Square with a substantial and ornamental
We wish it understood that the whole cost of completion
Is to be covered by the sum of $10,000, and that bidders
for the contract must submit their plans and specifications
In such a manner that the undersigned msy determine
upon the quality of work, weight of mateilal per foot or
yard, and time of accomplishment.
N. B Approved bond and security will be reaulred.
both as to the quality of the work accerdlLg to contract,
and aa to the time of comp.etlos that may be agreed os.
C M. FACKLER 1 c-rt.t
Tuns j pivkh v Pw:!.V
FINNIB, S committee.
S. B. CURTIS,
Odd Fellows' Hall, Memphis.
MONS. ST. BTAUR
RESPECTFULLT ainounces that, in com
pllance with the request of many dlstln-
guisnea ramiues asd former patrons, he will
re-open his Classes on T1IUR3DAT. Anril23.
at 3 o'clock p. ar., for one session of sixteen lessons only.
other engagementa at Hnntsville and Nashville preclud
ing Dim irom, making a longer stay at this season. The
newest Dances, as practiced at the Balls and Soirees of
the Elite, will be Introduced, Tlx : L'lmperlale, La Ca
mella. Quadrilles Les Landers, &c, tic.
S3" Terms for the course of 16 Lessons, $12. Private
lessons charged according to the number and degree.
jj- nesiaesce, at tne Commercial Hotel.
DOCTOR W. C. CAVENAUGH,
TTAVING nermnenrJv lneitrri in Utmnhh ,rm tit.
XJL service in all thebrasches ot his profession to the
cltlsens ot Memphis asd vicinity.
Office on Main street, (West aide,) between Adams and
Washington streets. Is Stevenson's Buildings. spl83m
A FULL supply of Turner Brothers celebrated Ginger;
Win. t)..Ah.rrv .nit T) I . r-V K. .... v.-n'.-nl
sale by ' ' H.n. POTTEn. Main street.
spit Thlid door North Worsham House.
Tlte Meapbis and Charleston Railroad
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
TTAVING long foreseen the xdvantarea which
XI fl-iwfrom the establishment of a eomclete PR1NT-
liuiiBK, roraoing all kinds of Printing and Eock
Binding, ntattg, cheaply and promvtlit. wt hare snared
no expense lu putting me
Ben Franklin Office,
Corner of Main and Adams streets, In a condition that
wilt enable ns to comply with these, requisites. Those
who need Printing or Book-Blndjig done well, and
eheaper thin thxcAeapett, -will cawll their Interest by
calling on us. A T. NOETON Si CO ,
! NE HUNDRED barrels Mess Pork, for sale by
HANCOCK. CLARE & CO.
FORTT THOUSAND pounds Bulk Pork, for sale by
raarll HANCOCK. CLARE & CO.
TEN tierces Ml'chell, Guthrie & Co., Hams ;
10 tierces Stagg It Shay. Kxtra Hams, for sale by
mari7 HANCOCK. OLAKK i CO.
Oi.S.HbyNDBED 'hI&o'ck- &lcQ"
MAV, 1 HANCOCK, CLABK & CO.
NE HUNDRED btxes and half boxes Soda Crackers,
;or sate dt HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
TJlIFn hhds. Sugars, for sale bv
J? mar!7 HANCOCK. CLARK ft CO.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bMs. Whlky, for sale
by marI7 nANCOCK. CLARK Sl CO.
THBEE HUNDRED kegs No. t Leaf Lard, for sale bj
tnarI7 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
fTtWO HUNDRED AND FlPrvt..m fte h,ni tv
A ' marIT HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
"ITIIVE casks Shoulders, for sale by
J? mar!9 HANCOCK. CLARK Jt. CO.
TEN casks Plain Hams, received asd for sale by
nrl9 HANCOCK. CLARK CO.
SEVENTT-FIVE boxes S'arch, for sale by
mar!7 HANCOCK, CLABK & CO.
VTEW BACON 50,000 pounds Tennessee
HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
FIFTT-ONE boxes quart Flaiks, for sale by
marl9 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
f TtWENTT-FIVE ca.ks Clear Sid Bacus;
ju J usks piain uarcs;
25 catka Shoulders For sale br
tnartl HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
FOUR HUNDRED bbls. Flour, for sale by
tnv!7 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
TWENTT-FIVE kegs Golden Syrup, far sale by
marl7 HANCOCK. CLARK k. CO.
XT' I FTT. barrels Powdered and Crushed Sugars, for sale
jl; oy man? ilancock. OLAKK cl CO,
THREE HUNDRED boxes, H and M box. Star Cas
dies, far sale by
mam HANCOCK. CLARE h. CO.
STAPLE AND FAXCY DRY GOODS,
Mes'a and Tenth's Clothing,
Hats, Shoes, Saddlery,
LOW FOR GASH!
Wholesale arid RetaH.
a". Xj.- taytjor,
THE subscriber has Just received, and ff;rs for sa e, a
n assortment of Men's and Troth's Ctolhlni asd
Furnish ng Goods generally, embracing, sot every grade
style andqnality known, but a very extensive variety ot
UOAT5, aillKW. HALF HOSE.
PAN IS, DRAWERS, SUSPENDERS,
VEST3. UN DEB SHIRTS, GLOVhS,
RAG LANDS. COLLARS. Bi OTS
SACKS. CRAVATS, GAITERS.
HANDK'CIIIFFS, STOCKS, SLIPPERS, etc.
uow lor cass.
ap26 dtwaw-2m J. L. TATLOR. Maln-st.
Guns and ISiilcs.
A LOT of Guns, Blft.s, Pooches, Bat. Flasks, Ho-ss,
&c, of superior Quality, offered at cost an 1 charges.
for cash to dote the lot.
J L. TATLOR, Milrwt.
.!. ' M. WISWELL & CO.
THIS extensive establishment continue
at the old stand on Union r, tMtitis
U aln and Second, whvr maybe found a
very fine assortment of Carriages. Bug
gies Rockaways, i.c.,of their own manufacture. They
take this method of returning thanks for past favors,
aud Invite those wishing to buy to examine their sUek
before purchasing elsewhere. sm!7 ly
Monarchs Retired from Business.
MONARCIIS R-tlrrd frcm Business ; by Dr. Dras,
author ot ''Knight's and Their Days"' H.btte
and Men. " two vols.
New Biographies of I'lustrioas Men ; by Thomas BaMrtg-
tonnicanliy, HeLry Sogers, Theodore Martin, and
Two Tears Ago ; by R'v. Chas. Ktngsley, a somewhat
elaborate work of fletkm.
Th- Stery of a Pocket Bible, with IMsstraltoos. It is a
wMk of great power, and few well read one chapter
without reading all. The author shows great
knowledge of hum in nature, and a decree of path
at tlm a which is remarkable. Home Journal.
The Children Biead, In Crumbs, frem the Mastei's
Romantic Incidents in the Lives ottbeQaeeas of Xal-
la-d; by author ot "StaBfletd Hall," "Amy L
renoe, " etc.
Hnsbaad In Utah; by author ot "Fraale Life Among
tne .Mormons." For sale by
ap2l CLEAVJS & GUION.
NEGROES TO HIRE.
TWO or three able-bodied NEGKO MEN to hire
Apply at Dr. Keller's office, corner Union and
T n.WK this day disposed ef my entire Interest In the
JL firm of STRATTON, McDAVlTT h. CO. to my asso
ciates In business, who assume ltsliabiHIies, and to whom
payment must be made. Ana in retiring, allow me
through this medium, to express my warmest acknow
ledgments to my friends and the public for their gesereus
patronage during my connection with the noue, and to
bespeak for my former partners your confidence aad con
tinued liberal favors. W. B. DONOHO.
MemphU, Apiil 4th, 1S57.
The subscribers, as above Inelcated, have this day pur
chased the entire interest of W. B. Donetra, is the house
ot Stratton, McDavltt & Co., assuming Its liabl iltex asd
entire control, and will continue the Urocery and Com
mission Butnees under the same style as heretofore, and
In doing so, would take this occasion ef returning our
cordial thanks to our friends asd the public for the libe
ral share of patronage accorded to us for the past twelve
years, asd solicit Its costlsuance.
J()1I. T HTKATiUa,
S. H. DUNSCOMB.
Memphis, April h, 1857 ap7-lm
Over Two Thousand Rottles of
J. H. MCLEAN'S CELEBIlATED STRENGTHET,-
ING CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER
and the de
mand is In
ry day The
that has so
for this rem
edy. Is w
lsg to Its In
ts. Thousands of weak, feeble and debilitated txTsons it
thli city have been made healthy and strong by taking it
Itisftbebest alternative in the world, ana theonrj
remedy that will purify the blood, and at the same tlm
strengthen and Invigorate the whole organization.
It will effectually cure all complaints of the Liver
Stomach or Bowels, such as Liver Complaint, neadache
Biliousness, Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Lost
of Appetite, Nervous Diseases, Falntness, Weakness oi
any disease of the Womb, Kidneys or Bladder ; asd re
move yellowness or sores from the skin. It Is a sure
pre tent lve against Tellow Fever, Chills, Ague aud
Fever, Cho'era, or any prevailing epidemic There is ne
mistake about It.
O" Every bottle is warranted to give satisfaction. Trj
it It is very pleasant. It leaves a delightful arorsatle
flavor in the mouth after taking it.
J. H. Mclean, Sole Prcprletor of this Cordial.
Also.McLean'a Volcanic Oil Liniment,
T3" Principal depot on the corner of Third Jid Pirn
streets, St. Louis, Mo. For sale In Memphis, by
u. IF. JUIU15U.1, Agnr,
corner Madison and Main -tree ts.
Also, by S. MANSFIELD & CO.,
febl-dawly Wholesale Druggists, Memphis.
ACCURATE LT adjusted to the eye, so as to suit the
most difficult vision, without occasioning lhat sense
of weaktess or fatigue to the organ generally complained
ot by wearers of common glasses, but enabling the wearer
of this Improved Spectacle to pursue the most minute
employment either by day or candle light, with ease and
CHEN. MTJLIiEB, Optician,
OF THE HUM OF
OHRN. MULLER & BRO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Cloelvs, Watches, Jcwclvy,
Madlson-st., bet. Mala and Front Row,
OPPOSITE I. B. KIBTLAND'3 OFFICE, MEMPHIS.
PARTICULAR attention ntid to the renalrlne
of Watches by an experienced workman. Being
deters lned not to be excelled in superior work
'manshin In this branch of the business, we have
engaged a first dais Watchmaker, and cas flatter our
selves in saying that there Is no House, East or West
thst can boast of 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 m old frames to suit every sight.
p. s. The numerous complaints of persons who have
been lTposed upon by Individuals peddUtg through the
country an inferior r-!f4s ot spectacles, representing
them to be these Improvea glasses, render it necessary
that we should caution the public agslnst such venders,
asd protect the reputtm e our alasaes. All spectacles
made by us ar stampM -jil2thB same of the firm. "
mxrlO-daw CHRISTIAN MULLER fc BRO.
- T .- . - -
DB. SAUNDERS office at J. M.
&tcn. near the PostOffice.
Sledj Jt Oa.'s Drag
G. W. TRUE HEART,
AtTOKNETAND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis
Tec.te?r ee. Office In Mosey at Hani's sew. IHoci. ur
stairs. Frost Row. Refer to E. M. Appersn h. Co.. ana
W. B. MIHer. apt-2n
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office over
the River Bank, sooth corner of Court Square aud
Main street. apS-wtf
DR. f ENNER attends exclusively to Surgical Diseases,
sues as Piles, Fistula; In Ano, Strictures, Stone Is
o-iuuer, uicers. Lancers, Tumors, reltpua. Diseased
Bones and Joints. Deiormltle from Burns. ITilr-T.in
Contracted Tendons from loss of Litis. Cheek. Nose. Eve
lids, &.C., Closed Jaws from Salivation, asd all other dis
ease and deformities requiring Surgical aid.
DR. FENNER also attends to an Diseases ot the Eye
and Ear, asd Is prepared to Board Patients from s
? Office os Mala street, la Walker's BaUdlng, rest
dene on Court street. sepM-dtwawlylns j
DR. JOHNSON'S INFIRMARY,
rem diseases or tiie
EYE AND EAR,
SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRTMPETS.
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c;
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,
mayxwaw .nt.iiriiis, ii..i.
Dry Goods at Wholesale.
TU3T received, direct from New Tork, on consignment,
el ot upwards of $30,001 worth ot seasonable Staple
Dry Goods. The goods being on consignment, I cas. at
ford and will sell better bargains than ever was ottered ii
this city. Merchants and planters, who wwh te buy bj
the piece will find to their Intercut to namlne my stod
before purtaaslsg elsewhere. G B. LOCKE,
novo Auettaoeer an Real Estate Broker.
Piano Fortes for Male.
I HAVE In store. Just received direct
from New Tork. TWELVE PIANO
FORTKS, from 6 1-3 to 7 octave, of supe
rior finish and different styles, some beine
lslaM with Pearl. They wiu be sold at greatly reduced
prices. This presents a most favorabe opportunity to
purchase) a superior lostrument at a bargain. Terms
made to suit purchasers. G. B. LOCKE,
dec-13 tf Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
Hardiu County, Tenn.
(SECOND SEASON UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS will beispecedoo
the 1st June seet, for the aecosnraedatasa of my
friends asd the public. I have a large Ice House full o
Ice. An excellent Band of Music will be In attendance
durla: the en ire season. The Depot wll be at Burns
vrHe, an the Memphis asd Charles ton Railroad.
I hare mule arrangements wrth Mr. J. T. Lbldester.
whe wm have plenty .t fine Coaches at the Depot. Al'
can rely oa gWg through direct tte same day th-y leave
Memphis. He will also have fl-e Buggies i nd Carriages
" apl!J-daw2ra GEO. SHALL.
ON ray plan tM roe, n.ne miles South of Memphis, for
balance t this year. A mas without a fatally pre
ferred. -To ese properly qsanaeti aeu coming well recom
mended, (essse others need apply,) hberal wages will be
PSH. B. WHKATLfiT.
Refer In MemBbli to S. Mosby, Esq. apl6-daw2w
npHE services ot a yeuBg LADT, who is competest to
X teaea the EgrUh language, Muse asd Needlework,
Is ray family.
To oee briogieg satisfactory tetlraotias as to eharae
ter asd qsallOcaUon. I win pay a Hberal salary.
Address, me. .Uting pertscaurs. ic, at Sledgeville,
Miss., J E. MADDOX, or HARRIS, WORMELET&
L WILL s-Hlfor cash or short paper, very low
the fallowtr z CITT LOTS. bctonalBg to the eetate
VJLot J. H. Ta'bet. ft. Id sale ts ordered by Court:!
Lot No 7 la Beck 17; Lot N 11 la Block IS; Lot
No. 1 S in Blork 17 ; In treat of the Gijoso Hesse.
LotsNa I aad 2 la Block It, oa the corner of Shelby
Also, Lot No. 13 aad It, oa Second street, between
Union and Gayeto streets.
mar26-Im J. M PROVINE, Agent.
Ii O E R SI AVE'S
DISEASE OF THE KIDXEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIXD,
Fever and Ague3
And the varto: afiectiees cea-eqaeat upon s
Disoitkriu Stomach or Liver,
SUCH as Indlees jam. Acidity ot the Stomvea, Cotieky
Pains, Heartourn. Io-s ol Appetite. Desfwedesrey
Cwsliveaess, Blind and BteediLg Piles. In all Nervea,
RaeBBtatle aad NearaHrte AHVettoas it tus la aumereas
iasunees proved htgb.y beaericlal, and In others etfHIed a
Thi 1. a porely vegetable cisaseaBd, prepared oa strict
ly scientific prtaeipves. a ter the saaaner ot the ostebrated
Hetlaed Professor. Bertoave. Because of it great sae-
eeu in saot ot the Earopraa States, Ms lntredaetiSB Into
the Untied State was intended mere especially for those
of ear tathcrtaad scatterftt here aad there ever the face of
this mioaly coaotry. Mtetiag with great saece among
them, I bow otsrr It to The Americas public, kaowiag that
Its trary woiideArfnl medsctaal vlrtaes xaast be ackaow-
It is pa rtrc atari recommended to those per sees wkeee
ceatltBtloas may have beea I aj paired by the eoatiBaeas
use ef ardent spirit, or ether forms er dissipation.
Generally InsUataneons in effect, it Units its way directly
to the seat ol lite, tb rilling and qateknHas every nerve
raising np theilreotHng sp4.it, and, in fact, tetwiaz new
health and viavr Is the system.
Notice Whoever expects ts Had this a beverage wll
be di appelated ; hat to the sick, weak aai lew spirited,
It wtH prove a grateful aromatic exrdial, possessed of
singular remedial properties.
The rreat perularily of this deHthtialArsaubas ia-
daced many Imitations, which the public sheejd guard
a alnst purebaslag Be net persuaded to buy anything
etse until yua have riven Boerhaves nottaad Bitters a
fair trial. One bottle will convince you how isaniteiy
superior it Is to all these Imitations.
rj- sold at $l per bottle, or stx txtties for 50. oy me
RE.VJAHIIX PAGE, JR., & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
r?SeM In Memphis by S. MANSFIELD & CO.;
also by WARD S. JONES and G D JQnNSON.
31E3IPHIS INSURANCE (703IPASY.
Sam. Mosby, PrcB't; Bon May, Soc'y
orricc ox jcrrnuos street.
A. 0. HARRIS, 3AM. MOSBT,
q. o. Atkinson, T. W. wileissox,
J. 0. Gbeeslaw, T. H. Arxrs,
J. J. Bawlisqs.
Wood Choppers Wanted.
IWIU to hire seme seven or eight good Wood Chop
pers, to whom the usual wages wttl be gives. Apply
C. C. MATDWELL, Memphis.
jl jl 11 &i jl:
Spring and summer
THE subscriber takes pleasure in announcing to his
friends and thenuMtc genera Is. thst be has Just
openeu his large and carefully selected stock of hTAPLE
and FANCT UUOIJa suit'a to ine aprtng anu oummer
seasons, which are on sale low to rash or prompt paying
customers. For the ladles Eugenia, Marsarette, Gren
adine, Organ-ty, B rage and Muslin Robes; beautiful
plain and fancy ioult de Lot, Organdies, Lawss, Berages
Muslins, Ginghams and Prists; rich Lace, Silk, and
Embrsi ered Swiss Mantles; sets nonlten, Maltese Peine
and Muslin Sleeve and Cellars ; Bugle, G Impure. Thread
and ether Laees; F lnges, Bfbbees, Dress Trimmings
Glows, Hosiery. Skirts of all kinds, Ladies' Umbrellas
and Parasols, ete
A large lot of Ready Made nothing. Cloths, Casimeres,
Boots. Shoes. Lit. Osnaburzs, bleached and brown
Shi tings aud Sheeting, Linens. Llnea Drills, Cotton-
ades. and in a wrd every thing la the dry goals nae.
Country Merchants are offered grot inducements
Call aad examiae my stock. Ne charge far .bowlna
goods A. C. BLAIR,
ap9-tf No. 2T7 M ijn strse-. west side.
1HA DOZ. Garrett's SnufT, is bottles;
1UU 60 gross " " "packs;
6 beds. Gsrretl's Snuff, in bladders;
75 dozen Linton & Woodward's, in bottles;
5 bbls. " " In Madders;;
to a ten Bonn's Snuff, in bottles ; together with a
large supply of Macaboy Rapper, Natchitoches, and
American Gentlemen Snuff for sale by
ap!5-2w WARD & JONES. 229 Maln-st.
ZT offorson Street,
In the hous t occupied formerly by Itrt Thompson,
HAS lust returved with the finest and best
stock ct gents' and ladies' BOOTS and SHOES,
which, being selected evpressly for this market,
he warrants for durability and late style
At the same time, he feeders his thanks to his old pa
Irons for past favors, and hopes for a liberal patronage is
the new stand Just removed to, where he will be always
ready to attend to any work In his line at the earliest no
tice. An early call is s.ucnea.
ap8-3rs WM. MILLER.
53-BaIletln pase copy.
1 OX BASKETS Champaree. Crescent, Faucher
Olivia Jr. Co., and I X L brands, for sale at
L. THOMPSON &CO'S.
TWO No. I likely NEGRO BOTS, from Missouri
aged tweoty three and twenty f onr j ears, respec
lively, will be i old very low. Apple to
J. J. MUKPUT.
apll dlw St Front Rcw.
TTTEareselltecout a een'lgsment of Cigars ot gc
VV aua'lty-at New Tork cost and charges Call soon.
Dealers will do well to purchase them.
apIS-Sw WARD & JONES, 229 Maln-st.
Leaves on WSDNESDAT, April 23th, at 3 r. M.
Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati.
MEMPHIS J. H. PxrrEB., MasMt.
TlilS raagBldcest passenger aad tfsgl i
packet, win leave fr the abev asd a 1
lnrwTndSt rttrt. a ahave.
3 For f relist t or passage apptr as tear J
A. C. WURZBAOfl, Agent
ar2S No 33 Front Bow.
Regular Memphis aud FriarJs
I. The regular aM f t passewer packet
tZl steamer WINCHESTER. A T Wd,
Vitas Master. J Richardson Oe.k w.li
la Dictrt between th above po-s with
punctuality, leavlnr Merrihia eveiy Monday, Wdeurday
and Tti lay at II o'clock A. sr., relrelg same slay sw
Helena, a d leaving there Tuesdijs, Thuieda js smi Sat
urdays at 8 o'clock . it
For freight or passage apply en boinl, or to
at4-3m DAVIS HOrOE & WILLIAMS.
Memphis, White River and Sapoieon
XT. S. HAIL PACKET,
Herena, Friar's Point, Lacoaia & ConcottSa
STEAMER KATE TiIi2EE,
JOHN T. SHIRLET, Mai ter WM. T. WOOD, Clerk
gpA i THIS sew, sptesaia ana last swaner,
having bets purchased for the Packet
EL3 Trade in place of the Jaaies LaughU&,wU
rK!3eonllnne reeularly in the trade, reaving
Memphis every MONDAT aad FR1DAT at 2 o'clock r.
M , punctually, couatctiti! at KapoKon witfc White aul
Arkansas river boats, ikkug freight and passengers ss
While river at regular rates. Returning, leaves N po
teen every TOESDAT and 3ATURDAT, arriving at Mem
phi SiuMay asd Wednesday evenings.
Thanxf for former patronage, the owners hope to
merit a cortlnswace of the tame to their new boat, pro
soisUiiC strict atvefitloB to busln-ss.
LAVALLETTE & MORBIS, Agents.
Nbtict to SinrrEKS The"Frtsee" wtH receive
freight aatU oaw e'elock on Mondays, asd during-th en
tire day Thursdays, aad until one o'clock Friday.
A T. LavalLETTE, UM ef area or LivaHette it Motif.
J. T. Shirle 1 . late of In Kate Frtsete,
E. G. Davidson, ttte t Padacah, Kentaeky.
LAVALLETTE, SHIRLEY t CO.,
STEAMBOAT AJD RAIIAtOAB
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
OJtee A"o. 61 J"rmf Row end Court strut.
Warehouae oa Vater street, Walt's Black.
CF. MORRIS, Ese.-. having retired frem Ihe " Fte-
TMerPtiia" la th Steaaseeat Agency buslcws
LivaHette Sr. MerrU." In aaderstsBed have aazeKlaacd
themselves fer the traasactWs t k Steamboat aad bai
rn Ageacy aad general CMsasausva aal Farwaidtsig
basiaes. aud would res, ecUatty ask the patreaage of the
asaieroa friends of the old fltm, as west aa these lately
connected with it.
Our friend Ments leave us te locate at Brandywise
Peiat, w aeee oar sUambeat fitends la want t woe.d, wfM
Sad " Charley " ever ready to wdceme them at It Bad
Prostsisg prorapt atteatloa to aH eastaess enrBsd
te as, we renpeetfatty refer te the merchant aad shrppeM
of Memshts aad the Great West.
LAVA LLETTE SHIRLET ir. CO.
ItwEHbeteeafrBitaeabe.ve " card" that the na.Se
slvned withdraws rrasa the aM a.ra ot LavaRette it
Gralefal ter the ksad patreaag treat the geseress aad
wortty heatraeB of ear pert aad river, and te eur esehwae,
who have always exleaded I heir tafia, ae aad tavar. I
resiga with regret, yet settett a eeBUaaaace ot the general
faver ftoc heatsaea aid shippers 10 my saeersser.
Meo.ri Iavalsstse, Shirty tCo. Ta farmer ha Wea
myasseeiaie fer , ears, aad Is ta every vesy worthy ef
faver aad ftnasgs.
Mesers Shit'ey aBd Davidses, tale ef the steamer Kate
Friebee, Be d aa creamer tree, ssaee te every bastttes
saaa ef ear Hasts laeir mer t. a peeetaal basiaesBret
are kaowa pwaled In a.l the required aattt as Ageats, I
Cvrdtalry ceassaend them te the patron et astpseke.
who ws.h the iBflaeaee of ooaitreas aad obtigiag men lb
reprvw-at them. Keipeelfalrr.
ap3 if CHAS. F. MORRLS.
TjcTjE j3-X3 -x- IVJZS
Tlic IHcrnphis and Charleston
HAVING been completed and opew d fer the trasspar
tattea et Freight and Passengers, the Adams Ex
press Company 1 ave arranged to extend their Expeet-s oa
this Road, by which aaectiMi the
TIMS AXD CHARGES
Oa Goods by Bxaresa to aad f real MemphU and tiwBkst-
a Cities will te
Expresses will leave New Terfc btSfhe semi-weeUr
steamer to ChatlesiaB, Ae., frem taeaffTta Memphis by
Express Paswager Trasas, dally. Express tor
And Ihe NORTH aM EAST, reave Memphis dxrr at 7
8 OPavvrBxpre. fer ST. LOVtS, LOUISVILLE, CIN
CINNATI, itew, wslt beeaotsaned aa brrfwe.
Br Uavtag orders at the ease, Osel street, between
Mala aad Freat Row, Getds t be te aided wB be call
ed fer wstheat exlra charge.
N charge fr deHveriaf geeds hraaf at by Expres .
THE aadtrsegaed, Teacaer ef Medesa Lsagaaaes, te
speetfilly aaasanms te the yeaag ladl. aad gea
t'emea of Mcaeaas that be win epea a Night ScsmmI oa
the lSth day et April next, la watch he wtH give ta
straeuea ta ail araaebes laagbt la High Stheut aad
Academies. Particular atteatloa will be g.ves te ta
tracttea 1st the Bagtttb, German, Ffeassi aad Spaatrh
Th bet references gives, after twaaty years expe
rience hi the lattractieB ot yoath la seaa at tte beat ta-
stitalieers la the United States.
For part Kits rs apply at the Scaeol BaatB, (re mer It
occupied by the Court.) eotaer of Froat Raw aad Adaaa
street, er Mr. Jeseph Teafel, er Geat f BtagweM.
X3r Al, ptlvate tBtractia gives durias: tb day.
iplS-dlm N. FBRCK.
A HOUSE aad LO r ea Echols street between
,i vaace ara kiihh, rroassag nnv tree. w jkwii.
J J3 aad ranaiag bark three haadrtd asd fifty tart te
I'lLanatlev. The Iraarevesaeats eeastst etaexai-
forraswe dwelltg hoase, wih Jer reems, ctsrsea, cis
tern, stables and ether oat-heaes.
Tesms A credit of seven years wfsl be gives ea a
part ot the parrhase atoaey the baraace oa trbewal ttsae.
For further parikalan apply to Pasties ir. Whsee, er
J. H. Uslhaak, Esq , er te
apl9-dlwawit n. B. PHJP3.
GOATS! COATS!! GOATS!!
BLUE. Black and Olive. Singe Mitt'd Cass ;
White, Mars and Do.k ;
Light tolered Cas- Iniere ;
Black Alpasca and Drab De Kite as
Brawn Llnea Das'ers, iee., &e.
Pants! Pants! Pants!
Light Cassiavere, assorted cetera ;
Black Dee Ssia. extra;
Bssck Drab De Ette. extra ;
White. Dock aad DrUiag;
M a rseit'es, a sat rted styles ;
Seer Sucker, Itc.
Vests! Vests! Vests!
Marseilles, sew styl -s ,
Marsettrs, WhlU and Buff;
Light asd dark celered Silk.
A. D. MANSFIELD & CO.,
apIS-tf No 6 J.flcraoa street.
- M. C. GAYCE & SON,
V.TT C n? X O INT 3n 31: Dc?. S3 .
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 25' Madison Street.
A GOOD GARDENER liberal wagw paid Apply U
J. M. SHAW it CO.,
oare oa Rank Avenue, 1st door frem Madlson-st.
Beautiful Suburban Lot for Sale,
CONTAINING three acre., situated os the
CrCL earner of Walker and Land-rdale streets. Th's
trix vQt Is den ely studded Hb ferest trees, aad He
high and healthy.
It is a mo-it desirable sKe for
McCOMBS X TRICE,
149 Main street.
C. N. AVERILL,
RECEIYIXG & FORWARDING AGENT,
(SUCCESSOR TO T. STXHIIOOSE it eo.t)
NO t HATNK STREET, CHARLESTON, 3. 0.
PARTICULAR attention will be given to the Saleef
Corn, Flour, and Country Produce gnerally.
DR. D. F. WRIGHT
e moved to F Kan's BaHdisgs, on Adsms street.
XJ. opposite the Worsham nuse.
Fresli Consress Water.
DIRECT (no the Spring. Just received and for jaie ay
ap!6 2w WARD it. JONES, 219 Mair-t
SAHI'L MATTHEWS & SOS,
General dgents to Buy, Sell and Locale Land
in the Mississippi Bottom.
PARTICULAR attention Is paid to the sefeftfen ef
COTTON PLANTATIONS r.m the Internal Im
provement aad Chickasaw School Lands.
Several years experience ensures them to give sausfac
llon. Terms easy.
Address '-Pieai ant Mount, Panola cesnty. Miss."
THREE HUNDRED kegs No. I Leaf Laid;
10 barrels do. -For sale by
marU HANCOCK. CI ARK ir. CO.
rWTLL maiVan 4exthxrge ot Eight or Tenousand jk
Dollars Worth of gooJ REAL ESTATE in MSmpW
for CARPENTER'S WOREZ and tUILDIKG MATERIAL. V
Call on J. M. PROVINE.
LW1LL give the above reward to any person who wHl
return my BLOCK AND JACKLE that I have been
lending to Dick, Tom and Harry, all over the eHy. If-the
Individual who has it sow wll! retain the same, I wtH
keep a register et its travels is the fn ore.
apI9-d3t G. M CLEAN, Boiler Makrr.
DESIGNING to Improie' another lot tmme-
vtidlalelv. I wttf sell my present residence to-a-
' I l nnnetml norchaser on good, term!- It comprises
'a v seres, is comfortablyilmproved,- and unques
tionably one ot the most beautiful and most healthy sltea
In the.vicinlty of Memphis. ,. -. . cj.i
aplS tf WMIK.P03T0N.