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WEDNESDAY . APRIL 29, 1837.
For the Railroad Celebration.
IT.. - 1....1 41,. fnllntrtno tp?raDhtC dlB
patch last rreotag from Atlanta and Chattanooga, ptr
tt. isnuu. Atlanta and Nashville line :
AtlaSTA, April 23,-1 o'eJock P. M. Two hundred and
... . a.,, km this moraine far tee Jubilee la
Mempeis. Seats are engaged for fonr hundred to morrow
vr omn. f tbe Central Railroad, Is going clear
through with a leeemotlve, acd fivs cars loadfd irtth
passengers, without topping.
nn.rriuui. Anrfl 23. An immense crowd, com
pssedt Firemen of Augusta and Charleston, and cltl
ias at beth places, left here this evening, en rotif for
MetseUs. toparttelpate la tbe ceienrauon. ia rau
i- with cara and accommodation! for
carrying taeirowd with comfort and safety.
(tSf'We-are under obligations to the Adams'
Exts smpar.y far late NewToik and Baltimore pa-
The Ballon Friuay Evening. Tickets of
lBtttaMoa to lie BaH In F.xchinge Buildings may be bad
at SrrcHT's Saloon, on itadlson street. So we are re
quested to state.
KS- AH persons Ehould recollect the large
safest real estate In South Memphis br our working
taen.M. C.GATCE&. SOS, tils day at 10 o'clock. Look
tbarp I PiTC luuses and lets and eight Tacsnt lots.
K3 We announce the compliment of a ticket
of SSrtUbea to tbe Floral Concert to be riven at the La
OeaBge Feaute Ceilege, on next Monday evening. A fine
prreMelKed.aBdwebaTeiMdonbt there wHl be
a large attendance.
SS9-AHthe omnibusses have been engaged
br S?OoaMt f Arr.gmnt.. and there wUl be no
cbarte far rMtoe from and to -be Railroad Depots, from
TMMy ee to Saturday nUW- If any pay Is de
minArt, the Mayor reaaests that laf H maUen b conveyed
AccwfiwBATioH Board. We are g lad to
learn tMtB Cap. Riixv. of the steamer Mattit II y ac
ta la orier to ard aoe-nHBOdaHon " , "-- . .. cimed la eom
Eafu-c7, b. ba, r."T"::.rst. f
itrhsHiM""" r---M"- l.ndlae to-
ternooniorcYi , ..... .
int. -w. understand It Is the IntentUn of
Captain Koc.vrz to place her In tbe Memphis and New
Orleans tride this fall. What a pity such a mammoth,
v .ii.t.,n,eroaiUdnotbe induced to remain here
-ai.,,..,,. Tt.iirn.dfestlvlt.es. andPeoneoi me excur
utai - -
lien boats. We th nk the CommKtee or Arrangsmeuv,,
...... ,.... .ireidv secured the quota of bats needed,
sbouid make an effort toward settles her. It would be a
r,r.i " la the programme. The following ccKripiiui. ui
her, we extract fiom tbe St. Louis Republican, of Sat
off if IJtapjjis.
Arrivals and Departnrea.
Matlie Wayne, St. Louis to M emphls.
John BrUgs New Orleans to Louisville.
City of Hantsvllle, Nashville to M'mpbls.
Suteuehanna, Cincinnati to New Orleans.
Anti-Jape, vansville to New Orleans.
Gulnare, New Orleans to Cincinnati.
Planet, New Orleans to St. Louis.
Wlnthester, Friar. Point to Memphis. , ,
City of HuntsTlUe, Memphis to Naihtllle.
Jamas Johnson, New Orleans to Nashville.
Queen of the West, N. O. to Cincinnati
H. E. HT. Hill, New Orleans to St. Louis.
S3- tbe river Is falling at the rate of half an Inch an
hour. Tbc-weatherwas quite warm yesterday until five
o'clock, when a slight shower of rsln cooled the atmoa
here. Last night It was still cloudy.
KJ-The City ofHvntnWt arrived early yesterday
morning from Kashvil:e, and returned In the aftei
nooa. 53- The Ptttirhettt one and Bm Franklin are both
due from LonlsvlHe.
53-TheJltie3 arrived at an early hour yesterday
afternoon. She took on Doara some '
passengers here, and proceeded on her trip to New Or-
S3- We learn from Captain BHey that It Is his inten
tion to remain PrroniWy In the Memphis and Sf
Louis radt, reports to the contrary, notwithstanding ;
and that he is now building a large and One boat, which
wlHba completed In a few months. TheJfafe Way'
will run regularly nntll tbe new boat Is brought ont, which
we understand wl 1 be nsmedafter a w.U known cltlien of
r-v-Tbt One steamer JlerapAM win leave im
' i - -nr4 mm
a ur r .f nine nniii. ane i
a ioui wuv, -
boat, and has accommodatioas for passengers equal to any
of our packets. To persons going np the Ohio river, a
flne cbatca is now presented
Ifaitst Ictos ih
AKBIVAL OP THE EMPIHE CITY.
later from Nicaragua and Calif ornU.
New Orixaxs, Aprll27. The Empire CUy Is coming
up. with California dates to the cm lust. TM Brings
$1,500,000. The Pacific Express Company has Jailed.
The Transit route Is open.
TheEaiptre Cffy broughtCO of LockrUge's men and
bis disasters" are confirmed. Tbe Coita Rieins took
Pnnta Arenas, the steamer Riteu six pieces of artillery
Tbe British vestels took Lock ridge's men to Asplnwall.
Walker's position Is Impregnable, and be has provis
ions for one month.
The report of recent battle i is ecnfirm'.d. Aaother at
tack was expected on the 20lh.
St. Louis, April 23. The sleame- A. C. Goi&in
sunk In tbe Missouri river. Lois $30,001.
in the iirafui'
toa tAw cHfces
i tmTle. TWs is a great aecommoaa-
rcHsKBS.aBd Capt. Rilet deserves the thanks
of e MHHltr for tai. w proof of the interest w
be takes ta the welfare of Memphis.
iBST Shipment or Memphis Fwoe to
Charleston Messrs. 1ouci.ass, Doweli. &. Co..
pnrtersf tbeBagte Ms of tbls city, made a ship
ment f tMr aoar yesterday to Charleston. The mills
b.ve tfce capactty to tare out three hundred barrels a
dy aad Is sW to be equal to ay raanulactared m the
Wei, or amy where He. This Is emphatically a home
Hi suction, as tbe wheat from whkh K is made Is forth,
at part grown ape ear own Tennessee soil. Such
. i. tv.1 n)T be eneearagedbut generously
rewaeM ty the Stern Mississippi as well as the
Soathern Attaattc ertles.
The Minstrels at the Theatre. The
Theatre wa crowtkd teat algbt, aad the Campbell Mln
wl.metwhawarmrecepkKi. This is the best Ethi
opia Camsisar tl we have ever aeen la Memphis. Tbe
Mkm t the troape are all perfect la their part, and
their pejforaeaaces last eTenlag gave the greatest satls
faettoa. We TeeagaHed In tbe cmpai y those old favor
ite. Newcmb, Fextos and numiv. Leok Ber
ceb, the baKadiet, has a sweet teaor voice, and bU sing
lac Is i' ami ta that of Presderoast. In his palmiest
days Mr. Kumset Is an excellent banjo player, and he
WM tey applaaded. Mr. Lebr Is proficient In tbe
boae Mae aad Is atee a good dancer, singer and come
diaa. Bitter is an excellent dancer. In fact all are
pood. The iaiSBHaMe Newcomb Is a "whole team" hlm
sett, ad B woader he Is so popular w.th the 4oy. Tbe
appear at the Theatre again to-Bigm.
. - CnuaiilT TlniilTER SlX PER-
o?C SLIH.EB We learn from tbe clerk w the steamer
Anlittl, that, owiae to some mistake In slgnaBaing, the
.. . p.'nuT sd Julia Dean came In oollilon on
Saa4ay :, aboat daylight, at Slim Island, just
above Uasoatewn, Ky.. wbkb resulted in the sinking of
the ltr, and the drowning of six men. The Rainbow
was -; aad the JttKa Dean icecdiag at the time
of the eeWtsta. The form'r boat was nniajared. The
Jva Bern was boepd f rem Loalsvttle to the Wabash
river, aad had oa a heavy toad of freight, bat few pas
seacsts. Her eaeia parted frcra the hall, and drifted
ashore. We did leain the name of those drewned
bat aadirstood they Vetoaged to tbe erew. These are all
the partfeatars we oaaM eMatn.
1eJi2c Iican was a stern wheel boat, aboul sevn
years oH. and was reaBy ware out. She was principally
owaedhy Cat- Harvet Clmmings, and was worth
ahat$S,M.- The jvna uean inumi
phis ap Wake river.
Indian aiassacres Denied.
Chicago. April 23. Sellable edvlces from Mlnierota
positively. deny the reported massacres.
Sailing of the Arabia.
New Tonic, Ap-ll 28. The Arabia tails to-morrow
for Liverpool. She will take $t 000,000 In specie.
Disregard of Liquor Law.
Albakt, AprJ 23. Tbe liquor dealers have resolved
to disregard the new law. The first prosecution com
menced will be appealed to the courtr. In order to test the
constitutionality of tbe law.
Wagon Road from Fori Defiance.
WAsnixoTON. April 23 The war Djpartment hat
completed its arrangements for the making of a wagon
Jt . I Tl.rt.n in th. &fftf?a T 1 T t' T EdWATd
ne cbanc is now presented ro.u '.'
ucv . . . .. - A .r r.ntiln I e..il.nl1.nl ic rmnlnrrd twtntT.five CamejS
r-The Trincfteifer, unaer me ramia"-. ' - -
t uTn.id will leave this morning al eleven o'clock for anj dromedaries, tha object being to test the endurance
TT.iTimJ Friar's Point, sue it one m ..u-. Bi ucuwuic w . , ,
boatx on the liver and has flae accommodations for I WDo will rendcivous at New Orleans on theSOth of May,
. . i .i. k. ...ntiinsniv I t i. thnnthi thwnrtwiil be finished bv December.
nnnn. Mr. J- BItua" " " ....... -
Citt or Memphis. This splendid boat, of which so
River Jiews aad Markets.
IcisriLLE, April 28 The rlvo bas fallen two in
ches. Arrived, David White. Departed, Nebraska and
Montgomery The White's time from New Orleana to
Loaisvilla w.s 6 days and 16 hours, being the quickest
trip of the season.
St. Louis, April 28. The river Is iallinff. The
weather Is clear and pleasant.
Louisville, April 23. Breadstuff in the East are
excited. They are advancing.
Ciscisnati, April 23. WhUky advancel Jf, active,
23!i ; Sugar active, advanced Jf ; Flour, all grades ad
vanced, market closed with a continued npward leniency
decidedly buoyant, $S tn$6 25.
New Tore, April 28. Bio Coffee active at full prices,
n,,,nf rnBH may with propriety be called a I0J12; Molasses fair, Orm ; Sugar very flnu. holders
"The Cllj 0 "l " Jn,th ,th l.vln Vlt.w.., ..flned salve, advanced M to K i
- o..: .. trv tt in untiD. wiin
greatsteamDo.i. o -7 i void. Her eWine,
StJber'caprdtor -fTelgbtlslSOOton,. Uer hul.
cMneTf Unced to the famous ?"",CrrJ'.'i1f4''"e
nd is ntne the worse for a cjuple of jer. wear. The
cabta has every appeaiance of a new one, and never as
"celled in beauty ircommodiouinets. A more gorgeous
cabin could not be constructed.
"The Cits of Memphit Is commanded by Capt. Wra.
J ainnt,, rormerlyof the Cryttal Palace, and Mr H
A Dohrmsn does up the honors of the office. She will
pVs ttenovelty of living lb restaurant style, and meal.
. 1 - -ti v. ... hMi nrdred. She
will of course dc servcu ui " , , " ,7
Is supplied with all tbe modern Improvements, ladndln
flr"ngins. steam capsUn, and freight bolster. The
l.tl.awwconUlvanc.andl..sort of endlet. chain
J3- we copy the fallowing from the St. Louis rrrninj
.Yews, of Saturday:
The river daring tbe twenty-four hours ending at
noon to-djj- has been stationary, with tn to twelve feet
in the channel to Cairo. Illinois "river s bo.t at a
stand with plenty of water in It for the laigest boats.
Upper' Mississippi is f alUng slowly, with ten feet to Kec
kikl and four feet on the Ilspids The lltoorl Is get
tlnc low. The weather to day has been cool, with the sun
shining at intervals frum morning until noon.
ttimrhicher-rates. refined active, advanced M to HI
Flour, large speculative demard, $7 607 70 ; Wheat,
demard good, advance-1 2c; MIxmI Corn, dimxnd mode
rate, prices a shade lower, 7 Sc.; Mess Pork, d:mand good,
prices advanced, 22H to 22X ; Lard, moderate demand,
prices firm; Bulk fork dull, decline a to H.
Mi, Frve, the Artist. It has already
' g,aaacA that Mr. Frte, tbe artist, has retcried
to the city, after an aasence of three or f oar week s . we
baveasieaayexpressedeureplBlen freely as to the merit
of Mr. Frte as s, portrait palater, and we now reiterate
that we have aevor seen an artist la the Soathwest wto
caa aarpass btsa laUking Ilfe-llke likenesses, which, of
cawee, le the greet detideratusi In portrait painting.
What btatit is a portrait to the f rkBds or relstlves of a
persea, K H H aot tiae or falthfal, bat only a pretty
pietaref Pretty paiats would be quite as valuable and
they maybe parenased at our book shops at one-twentieth
v .., t r ttaalaent cdvUecs, who possess apprecla-
tha of the Sac arta, have seea the merits of Mr Frte,
aad extended to him a literal patronage
The seasea Is new at hand when our citizens have
or'cimtnc: cileries of the fine arts, and we
WtaM warmly arge them, fer.tbelr own srattflcalkm, not
i the studio ofSMr. FiTE al iu .
They wMbe.abaaaay repsM.
r- ' t..-r r T PlTV COUNCIL. TUB
Bea5 "if Arm met yesterday morning at 8 o'clock,
s.frirrans. fChalrman.) Hughes,
Bhla-. BaVree, Oartls, Finnie, DougUss, Begart acd
t . Tirr-icinK' A case of some in-
t.rt to ateasbeatmen has recei tly been decided by
Jadge D.Uy. of tbe Seventh Justice's Court, New Or
leans. It Is as follows: One John Robinson, a deck
hand oa the Bayou Sara paekut C. D., Jr , hired to go on
th. wt. worked four days, andffrrf her on her arrival In
port, without asslttlcg In discharging her cargo ; when
she was galng out again, be returned on coara, anu al
ter she g&t to the other side of the river, where she was
ir. t ie In Iran, acaln deserted her, and was n fused psy-
ment of bit wages He sued the boat, and the decision
.... T..t.. w. th.t k man who shins, and deserts a
fua.t on tie trm. or previous to discharging the cargo.
alter having made therlp, fsrfrita a"l claim to wages for
the trip, All boatmen should know their rights by tbls
(KSf We are indebted to the officers of the
steamer Mattie Wayne for a package of late St. Louis
t-. . -vimi Puiur.riTnw. The fol-
JJLl.UUAt ' ..w...
u-inr B.ml eentlemen have slgLlfied to Mayor Miles,
of Charleston, that they will come as delegates from that
cMy to the Railroad celebration In this city on Friday and
Saturday next, and he has appointed them as sucn :
Henry Goutdin. Esq., Jas. S. Bowie, Esq., Major W.
A. Wanllaw, Jas. J. McCarter, Esq . W-JHam Patton.
Esq Wra. C. Gatewood, Ktq , Aichlbild McKenile,
Esq.. Capt. F. Lanneau, L. W. bpra t Esq , H n. Tbaf.
F Drajton, John H. Honour, Eq , James Rose, wq.,
Jas. M. Calder, Esq.. F. Richards, Efq ,T. Savage Hej-
wood, Esq., a. i'mmms .i . " ,
Sidney S. Howell, Esq ,J. Gadsden King, Esq., Daniel
Mixer. Keq , Henry C. King. E.q .nenry B.Toung, Esq.,
Wra. P. O'Dara. Esq . Tbos. lUilly. Esq., Rev. P. N.
.v . w r-tnf. v n . TTim Jaies Simons. Col. J.
Harleston.Read.Jr., J.is. L. PaUerson, Ktq., S. Hie,
Kto.Thos. MWdeton.Jr Esq, A. F. Browning, Esq ,
Col. B. H. Rice, Jas. Bancroft, E-q , D C beixss. i.q ,
Capt Jas. A Nichols, jas. u. Honors, r.tq 1, a. --j.
Jr., Es5., Frauds D. Lee. Esq.. Cel. J. Chas. Blnm,
Cat Gustavns Fullln, 0. J. tMcock, Esq , Jas. M
Stocker.Etq , A L. Tvblas. Esq.. Dr. Jno. S ,
J B. Cimsuen, .q . - -"'""'
moods. Esq , John Heart. Esq.. Thes M. Hume, Esq.,
B. D. Lazarus. Esq , J W. K. rope, jssq., " ui.i.
Eeq., Hr Jno. Kenlflck, Capt. Jno Seislins , ,j r . Alex,
n Brawn. Km , Col. John Cunningham, Adolphus A.
Oar, Esq , Wm. M. Martin, Esq .James Pagan, Etq.,
Andrew P. TaMwell, E.q.. J. Drajton Ford Ksq , Wm.
B Ryan, Etq , A. R. Mitchell, Esq . JohnT Darby Lsq
imnel Lora, sr , iisq., " . ' C.
Esrle. Esq., Capt. Jos waixer, iom. u- "-,
E. Wllmot Walter, Esq., Col. oeo. w . urown. J it. nrr.
... .1 . . T II.. n I . a f.M. v 1. IIIIBmS. a.
Etq.. uapi. J "" . . . . ' ,
K Bennett. Esq , J B. Catberry. Esq , Alexander Cal-
HIE RAILROAD CELEBRATIOX.
ORDER OF PROCESSION FOR MAT 1ST, 1857.
riRST DIVISION MARSHAL 3IORRIS.
(Will form on Main, above Market, in regular order.)
Visiting Military Compin.es.
SECOND DIVISION MARSHAI. BAXTER.
(Will form on Market, Exchange and Poplar streets,
sj as to uke their pssltlaru In regular
Visiting Fire Companies.
Indepenlent Fire Cvmpany No 1.
Liberty Fire Company No. 3.
Mechanics' Fire Company No. 4
IntlncHde Fire Company No. 6.
Washl-gton Fire Company No. 6.
nek and LaCder Company No. 1.
Strangers and Cltlxens on foot.
Tltmrj DIVISION MARSHAL JONES.
(Will form on Washington street, 01 tbe Ea.t of and
fronting Main street. In regular order.)
PreslJentol tblay and Vice Treildent, In carriages.
Orators of the day. In carriage.
Soldiers of theWariflS12 and Mexican War, In carriages,
Governors of the different States, In carriages.
Presidents aad Officers of the dlBVrent Railroad G.mps
nles. In carriages,
t-nimxit m vision MARSH A r. BRIDGES.
(W1H f srm on Adams street, on tbe Eist of and fronting
Main street. In regular owe;.)
Visiting Mayors and Aldermen of the, difiVrent cities. In
Mayor snd Aldermen of Memphis, in carriages.
nvrn DIVISION MARS n AT. ROCKETT.
(Will hi formed on Jefferson street, East side of and
fronting Main street.)
Delegates from different cities. In carriages.
SIXTH DIVISION MARSHAL EDMONDSON.
(Will form on Court street, east side of and fronting
Ladies, in carrlsges.
IKVFSTH DIVISION MARSHAL BAKER
(Will form on Court street west side of and fronting
Strangers and Citizens, in carriages.
mrtcTAr Tftn.lrAl. PARK
(Will form on Madison street, ea.t of and fronting ifaln
- street )
Ktrmcera and Cltlxens. on hersebaek
Tho M.inluM of each division will select one ait i tant,
itnuxr Dawn Main to Beol strtt ; thence to Second;
up Second to Union; thence to Third; up Third to Mar-
WE are authorised to announce Major GEORGE W,
P155I1ER si a fandlJire for Recorder al the ensuing mu
nicipal election. pM
FOR CITY niAIlSHAt.
TTT . .nnAtinlHI th MIIK Of S. A
MOOUE a a canrtldate for the office of City Martha ,t
iho enKiiinff jnnA elections.
mn .l -.. 1 a .,t n .annnnM XNftCfl
ws are a&iagrucu uu icuc.hu
ENLOK &j a OLdidate for City Maribal. at the crwnlDg
v, a Tivnq o. REIN
vr.v.n a. j-a- .k. m t V llThl .
vt a Tr a rv (r? n A V TOTaIfaE.
WK are authorized and requeitf d to announce Captain
T. C. CADSKT at a candidate for the office of Captain of
junufurcy iaito (btr.
Face the Music I
rnnsw nnirrERlKG PIANOS have
, n.i..m..nrrAn Persona In
want of a superior PIANO can get them
oy cauing soon ai
McKINNET &. CO.'S,
192 Main street.
Overland Mail Route to Califor-
PosT-OrricE Department, )
April 20, 1857. J
AN ACT of Congress, approved d Marcn. ioo, mssicK
appropriations for the servheof thePost-OBlce Be-
paitment for the nsc&i year ruumB "
" j -Mntnr( fr.r th ninraruiOB jflf llfC
- J . .. .... - ..-. ah 4Ka Ulfdsilnnl fltf
entire leuer roau iruu u-u41a, v .
.t . vw tn Ran Francisco, in the
State of California, for six years, at a cost not exceeding
. . .. -1 - H . ..n .wnniiitf.r C.ml.
three Iiunurru moubauu uuu.i. j -monthly,
four hundred and fifty thousand dollars for
STV.z:'' . .nn..nl n!ir fi.r seml-weekl v
service, to be performed semi-monthly, weekly, or seml-
. . . . . . . , V. 1l..trn.El.r HTinr.t
weeny, aitne opiiou ui mo u..u...v.
"Sec 11. That the contract shall require the service
. . . 1 ., fnnr.hnrA cuehes or SDrlnc-
WOCWtWIUW.lilitw.'.". - -
wagons, snlUble for the conveyance of passengers as
"Sec. 12 That the contractor shall have the right or
. . ... v, n..hl nri 4orfntv acres of anv
premLiioa iu iuilc , . - -
land not then disposed of or reserved, at each point neces-
sary lor a siauun, boi w "o - r;-
each other; and provided tint no mineral land shall be
"Sec 13 That tbe said service shall be performed
..Jl . . a... ..rhirin: and that, before
enUrlnglato such contract, the Postmaster General shall
be satlffled of the ability apd disposition of the parties,
bona fide and In good faith, to perform the said csntract
and shall require good and sufficient security for t-e per
formance of the same, the service to commence within
twelve metiths alter the signing of the contract."
Pro csalswlll accordingly bo received at the Contract
Office of the Post-Offlca Department, until 3 p. M of tho
ht dav of June 1857. for conveying malls under the pro
visions of tie above act.
Besides the starting point cn the Mississippi river,
Wddets will name the Intermediate points propped to bi
embraced In the route, and otherwise designate Its course
as nearly as practicable.
separate proposals ireiuunii ,-....1
ly ami seml-wkly trips each way.
m J 1 : ........ t K. n. uultl nffVrPd Will be TTllU
lucuni'mi wu t" i
aft'r the Postmaster General shall be satisfied of tbe
ability and disposition of the parties in good faith to
perform tbe contract.
. .. . with rnnri and sufficient
sureties, that tbe contract shall be executed with like
good security, wnencver ne awuit-iui wi wuilviuib
shall be required to do so by the Poaster General, and
h urvice most commeoca within twelve- months after
the date of such contract.
.Form of Propoisl.
to convey the entire letter mall, for tbe term-of six
years, from tbe date speclfltd in the contract for oaramen.
. . n Ik. AILcUilnnl rlvar
to San Francisco, California, aereeaMy to the advertle-
.. r-, , . . .... nt.l. 1 11 ,oi.
meat of the rostmasier ueoem iiii iii
in good four-horse coaches or sprlng-wagens, suitable for
u . n....n. . . ih. tafatv Anil
IOC CUUVCjailw: OI iwrmugsiiw ' J ---
secarlly of the malls, seml.month'y, each way, for the
. .1.11. MUVI. ...h . ... . , .
annual sum oi whi, w.ij, " .j ,
annual sum of dollars; semi-weekly, each way, for
the annual sum of dollars.
Form of Guarantte.
m i i i -...i.ti.n ... " - - - - timbr.
take tbat. If the foregoing bW for carrying the mall on
the route from , on the Mlsslstlppi river, to San
n i i - i.a . nvl i . f ha PAitmi.l.r
rrauusoo. wuihuh, i-.. -j . .
General, the bidder shall, when required by the Postmas
ter uenerai, enier IMIU LK iKVMmj iKniaiiuu mj 1
form tbe service propoeJ, with good and sufficient
This we do understanding diatiactiy the obligation and
HabJities assumed by guarantors under the 27th section
of the aet of Congress of July 2, 1838.
Farm of Certificate.
Tbe BneVrshrntd, post-master of Slate or - -, w Mallbar, and will be received in
certlSee, under bis oath of office, tbat he Is acqusiiited X'for salo at the mannfa
m KLa M naVs Piul thflT 17T1 TSTl f vV. I
LUina.J, -a m w B o . "
53- WE are authorized to announce HUME F. IIII.L,
Esq , as a candidate for re-elrctlon to tbe cOcoof Recorder.
Tlic Mcmpliis and Charleston Railroad
I.OOR TO YOUR IXTEREST!
HAVING long foreseen the advantages which would
flaw from the establishment of a complete PRINT
ING IIOUSE. fordoing all kind of Printing and Book
Binding, neatly, cheaply and promptly, we have .pared
no expense In putting tee
Ron "Franklin Office.
Corner of Main and Adams streets, ia a ooaditlon that
will enable us to comply with these requisites. Those
wno neea rrmung or book-iiuu.qs uw wcii. un
cheaper than the cheaput, wilt consult their interest by
calling on ns. A T. NORTON Jc CO ,
TV U. SAUNDERS' oHco at J. M. Sedse Jl Co.'a Drug
XJ Store, near the Post Office.
. I A 11USAS1 Al li.T, .Aeuiyuis, ciui. wui-o vwi
lJ. A the Blver Bank, south corner cf Court Square and
Those I Vain tlrrrt cfi-Wtf
ONE IIDNDRED tarrels Mess Pork, for sale by
marSl HANCOCK. CLARK CO.
1 4 . . niivivi' rat U f S. t'J
HANCOCK. CLARK it CO.
TEN tierces Mitchell, Guthrie & Co., Hams;
10 tiercri stscte A. Shir. Kxtra Hams, for sale by
nanm.av vintIT ni.inB. mar!7 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
... .. .. . . t. r? t r-r n nrrTf.HR . I .
w & are auworueu is auuouuuo o... " ---,- rtn BOSDIIED ASD ririT Dmi. Jiess i-ora, ior
candidate for Csptaln cf the Night Police, at the ensuing J f t,a fc HANCOCK, CLARK & CO
.i. !., n ap26 te I
. ....... ui.iaa
TWO 7 octave A. W. Ladd Sl Co.'a Pianos ;
Two 6X ' " " " ''
Two 6 "
Received to-day, and for sale at reduced prices by
ap7-lm McKINNET & CO.-
THREE seven-ocUve Raven, Bacon ti Co. Pianos ;
Three ex octave " " "
One 6K octave "
Received this day and for sale at
,p7-lm McKINNET &. CO.'S.
TnOUft 6 octavo Hallett, DavU k Co.' Planes;
Four 7 " " " " '
This day received at ..,
aF7.1m -McKINNET CO '3.
NE HUNDRED bcxes and half boxes Svda Ci ackers,
tor sale bv HANCOCK. CLARK &. CO.
FlPrT bhds. Sugars, for sale bv
marl7 HANCOCK, CLARK Sl CO.
mwn IlfTNDRRD AND PIPTT btls. Wblkv. for lle
1 by uar!7 HANCOCK, CLARK It CO.
THREE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard, for sale W
JL. Hi ml t I UAslbUVbf VlaAJtB. We
TWO IIDNDRED aND F I ITS" bam CoSVe, for sale by
marl? HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
FIVE caska Shoulders, for sale by
marl9 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
TEN casks Plain Hams, received aad for sale by
maris lANCOOg. CLARK It CO.
SKVENTT-FIYK boxes Starch, for sale by
marl7 n.VNCOCK, CLARK k CO.
I "TEW BACON 50,000 pounds Tranessee Bacea. foi
XX sale by maris HANCOCK, CLARK &. CO.
T7UFTT-OXK boxes auart Flasks, fur sale br
i? marl9 HANCOCK, OLARK h. CO.
TWENTT-FIVK casks Clear Side Baeaa;
25 casks plain Hams;
25 casks Shoulders For sale by
marl I nANCOCK, CURE &. CO.
ARK k 00.
FOUR HUNDRED bbls.FK.nr. for sate by
msil7 HANCOCK. CL.'
naiTffVTr.TI UV Vimt. HnUan Qmt ..1. ha.
1 marI7 HANCOCK. CIRKk. CO.
Piano Fortes Ave now In slore and eleven
to errlve per ships Hiawatha and Mara
rsnaa n.i but Altai all f which will be
sold at extremely short profits by
Raven, Kacon & Co.'s Pianos!
ViMTtlTPD V Utenna r..m tkav tmin
uractnrers, ttvtn now on hand, tha lalancc
1at triAnth lr ftblfM 1 iCklbUIQ
C k wJ rnTii Traa Tl a iwi Ts
so well known In Memphis and tbe surrounding cuuntry
that further nttloe from us Is unnecessary, only adding
that we can afford and will sell them at less prices llan
heretofore; BurlO McKINNET k CO.
VJllfna'a.a.f) u " -
SIX PIANOS from lae worw-rrnowuea
i manufacturers, Messrs. Cblckering A
Sons, the original Jonas uuicarrins, wne
II b U shipped to us on tbe 27la of f eorutry. per I and Men, " two vols .
pJIXafloar, and will be received in a few oays, wnicn Xew Hioerapnies or I'lusirious n i oy iaemas savins
shall ofP-r for sale at the manufacturers' pries, ex- tonMacaulay, Hecry Rogers, Theodore Martin, and
ises of transportation added only. I others.
..,.i..Mar t, art I a . i Ti iV . . trinr,.l. n.K.
JC by mar!7 HANCOCK, CLARK it CO.
GREAT SOUTHWESTERN -
.!. M. ISWELL & CO.
Tills extensive esiaotiaaiaeni coatmaes
'at the old stand on Union irt, t-tr-a
u am anu aecoou, u I. w;dc wauta a
. ..... .I ... . . j-t ".n t 1. 1 r1. rr I ce II air.
lies Rockaways. kc, of their own manufactare. They
uke this method of returning thanks far past lavas s,
and Invite those wishing to buy to examine Uteir tteek
before purchasing elsewhere. ft ly
DIonarcbs Retired from Business.
MONARCHS Retired frcm BsiiBess ; by Dr. Deran,
author of " Knight's and Their Days " ' H,6U
G. W. TRUE HEART,
ATTORNBT AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis
T.nr....-. (MRee m MoAv k Hunt's new Block. UD
stairs, Froi.t Row. Refer to S- M. Apperson k Co., and
W. B. Miller. aps-xni
DR. fENNEtl attends exdasivelytoSurgleal Diseases,
sb as Piles, Fistulae la Ano, Strictures, Stone In
BhwMer, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, Polypus, Diseased
Eoaes aad Joints, Delormltlea from Burns, Halr-Llp,
Coetracted Tendons from loss of Lips, Cheek, Nose, Eye
lids, kc., Oeaed Jaws from Salivation, aad an other dis
eases aad deformities requiring Surgical aid.
jsiei3 ijri esik.
DR. FENNER also attends to all Diseases of the Eye
and Ear, aad Is prepared to Board Patients from a
X3" Otaee on Main street, to Walker's Building, resl
deaeaea Coact street. sep2fj-dtwawlylns
DIl JOHNSON'S IXriRUIARY,
FOR DISEASES Or THE
EYE AND EAR,
TV hi rTTerTJt
SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS.
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c;
PTO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East or Commercial Hotel,
J . w . a.. . ...'a . .j . . . . .
MK j a, a, a o a. - " " . -
TUST received, direct from New Tork, on consignment.
,J Qi QpWKUl OI Qu,vw .uiauwi ". "--
Dry Goods. Tbe goods beiajc on constgBment, I can af
fard and win sell better bargains than ever was offered li
thlsrtty. Merchants and planters, who wish to buy bj
tee piece win oaai ia uetr inieresi o niB mj ihw
befere parebaslng elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE,
nev5 Aactloaeer and Real Estate Broker.
Piano Fortes ror sale.
1 11A Z. ta sure, J US a. rroriTeu uiram
from New Tork. TWELVE PIANO
FOETUS, from S 1-3 to 7 octave, or supe
rior aiaanh aad diaerent atvles. some helnz
WaMwttli Pearl. They win be setd at greatly reduced
pneea. TbM preteMs a Btost faveraMe ovpaxtunlty to
paiehaae a saperior InstrBseat at a bargain. Terms
BMde ta salt parekasers. G. B. LOCKE,
dec-I3 tf Aactieaeeraad Real Estate Broker
STAPLE AXD FAXCY DRY GOODS,
Mea's a Bat Taath'a Otsthing,
HaU, Sbe9, SadtMery,
Ij O T' FOR CASH!
WMtsale aad RetaH.
cr. x. tattjok,
191 ilata Street.
Containing conditions to be incorporated in the con-
. .a a li. Tmi .m mm ft rr eirt
tract to tnc ctcni iti" .
vm.,.!!! tMaanirl tr trln Tint Trfnmiff! I and
l yaj v sii iv sv.- .... '
. ..v, nmiitiAtii nnt fit! Ufm-tnrilT Mtiulmd
XrcrtffcTET k CO..
192 Main street.
GEO. FL.AIIERTY & RRO.
mcdern and antique Csbi-5
I net Furniture Bnik off
I stock, 1 60.000,
SSSSSanS: tJiVZX RomIncidents ,n the Uvea ef tas of
Jtor tolLat va. r v. la. d; by author of 'StaufleM Hall." Amy
Zl- GS'6ttK nJSX&, by author of " Fi-male Life A
Two Tears Ago I Vy R'v. Chas. Klngsley. a seeewhat
elatorate work of action.
Tbe Story of a Pocket Bible, with Illustrations. It ls.a
work of great power, and few wHl read one chapter
without reading all. The author shows great
knowledge of human nature, I mi a decree of pathos
at ttm a wbkb Is remarkable. IfoneJtHinsaf.
The Children's Biead, In Crumbs, from the Master's
ffi??2!m ,herMt " ,belmPrUDCe ' iwSW: Shower" Baihs W.t;rFeUmrV
1 ltMe.vto?bnd' or throwing off the malls, or any kc , Sa,h. 500 1 i Walnut Stairs Banister, always kepi
portion of them, for tbe admission of passengers, or for In store. ..i.ft f,.
r.". .....,.a i corner or itain anu union sarani., jtarmjiui-.
h,hi,. .... ... GEO. FLAHBRTT ax BHO.
4 .a twin rui imnnun nnww iiir iiriiiui urucv uc e .
J. r 111 S TV 111 W 1U1UVi husuj
prompt lr aod ealisf.ctorilj explained by ctrtuicatcs of
a a V.. aOU-aviv nf nftlAT rrPfllhls TUTIAm.
IHy: U11A9K1 V WW numm sw w v r- ,
taketheuiltroniordeHTer it into a postoflloe; for aof-
. 1 tflM allhaa tn f K tin n I ta HI TIP nf 1ri Til rf
onsanner carryitg It) lo be wet, injured, destroyed,
. a .1 I.O . -I t,. rofn.Inr ftr ilmntil1 trt mil.
Try the mail as frequently a tbe contractor runs or is
concerned in tunning a coach on the route.
4 The Postmaster uenerai may annul mo com rati iur
i -.1 .ilHa In rim airrMnKh' fn rAntrart: ttT Vla
i-.uiharuasiAftimiian ariHwthvtntr the instructions
of tho Department; or refusing to discharge a carrier
WaeU rtqullCU VJ lUC yriwiiwcuk auuucwt ii omi(,u-
tng the contract without the assent cf the rotmaster
THE public are hereby forewarned from trading for a
not drawn by me and payable to the order of R. G.
sVU VflU?, IVI au puua va 7
Tbe note was lost accidentally tnis day. and I will not pay
ap2-2.4w ' B. MTER3.
xnnr ik. nturilha.r r.li!in-y In Fort Pick-
erine. on Friday, Ihe 17lh lost , a smsll dark
brown HORSE MULK. shod before, mane
reached and tall t Inmed, shoulders so'e, caused
Ing the contract without the assent cf the rostmaster byeadale. A liberal rewara will oe pain any one reiurn-
Generai; fur running an express as aforesaid; or for ing the said Mule tome or leaving him at J. C. Hol-
transportlriB personi or packages conveying mailable Und's stable. Main street.
........ th. ml - arr22-tr C. C. MORRIS.
nutbartdlnniab; by author of "F.-male Life Ameag
. . . i ,. t' ..i.t..
mc jiuiauu. rvi ..a. vj
sp2I CLEAYIS k GHI0N.
IVEI3IIOES TO HIRE.
, . TWO or three aMe-bodled NKGRO JIBK Ublre.
ffy Apply at Dr. KeHet'a office, cmaer Uaa aad
, V ap22 tf
M'lLE MAA'VERS, Parisicune,
WHO rpeaks English fluently, wlbM to Kirn leseo&a
In the French and Spanish Languages, aad also in
Vocal Music. Jl'ile Makvlrs would be glad to atuad
schools, or give private lessons. M'He M. brings testi
monials from tha highest pesnsges in this eaualty,
signed by Pres.dent nerce. Gov. Aiken, (S. 0.,) Senator
Butler, Got. Jefferson Davis, kc , which she will be hap
py to exoiBiv.
Apply at iff Bulkley's, Hernando street, next door to
Ihe late Major Carroll's residence, or at tho Mask Stores.
mailer eui ox ius man.
S. A bid received alter the last day and hour named.
Or WllUOWfc ma .jaa.i.uaj i . ..... a., . . , " .
sldered In competition with a regular proposal reaona-
Die in aiucuoi
9. The rou e, tbe service, the yearly pay, me name anu
ii . i v. . 1.1,1.1.. 1 V. . I I. hi. ncnal ...a t a i ! -
jrsi-.rirva. ut uia . , .u.. m, .... - -
dress.) and those of eaab member of a Arm, where a
I 1 ..,i.nn.tl. . a . 1 . .1
company oaarrs swiutu are 13 in.v.ij r i
7. Altered bids should not be eutimllted; nor should
bids once submitted be withdrawn.
8. Each bM must tie guaraniieu uy iwo cr more resiu
tva. .a . c.tltrar-tsirv tn the Pntmaster General.
C 1 1 ! I. y. 1 u a..
General guaranties cannot be admitted. The bid and
Kuaranty sbou u he twr.ca plainly wim me mu nam 3 01
9. The Department reserves tne ngni xo reject any iu
aa-hahrnarij(Wtedexiravai:ant. and also the bids of
failing contiacto-s and bidders
10. The bid should tw sea ea ; superscrioea jiau pro
posals for overland route to California," addressed "Sec
ond Assistant Postmaster General, " Contract Office.
11 A modification of a bid In any of its esstntlil
terms is tantamount to a new bid, anJ cannot hi reowved,
. . 1.. ... I - . m nmflllnn .ft. h.
so as 10 imcrier wuu iarj,ui.i wminiuu, wi.i
last hour set lor receiving bids.
12. rostraasters are to be careful not to certify the suf
Hcientyot guarantors or sureties without knowing tbat
they are p rsons of sufficient responsibility ; and all btd-
1 ....... aa,l aaataf 1m .raa allftf IrVCllT natlflaaal that.
UCIB. fc.U .aaaaaaaa, a.. .......... .
on a failure to enter Into or perform tbe contracts for the
service proposea lor 10 iue accrpuru uius, vuctr ici,ai 11..
buttles will be enforced sa nst them
12. Present contractors, anu persons suswn ai iuc uc
1 -w- TTitTT itaU aiv iiurwMiikd of tt entire iBterest in iF.e
I vi otbiiwn. Wen A V ITT &. CO. to raraM-
w .n Timfitfnhlo I -tmm. in hfiiinffi. whaabumeitsliabUities. aod to whom
y""Ul1 SviatmPilt wment muTt be ma,le. And in retiring, allow me,
csiiiiem. through this medium, to express my wana-st acknow-
TWISU to sell 21l feet of Ground cn the south 1 Ide of ledsments to my friends and the pabne for their gesereas
. 1 - .I.inlaa. th. ha a-M fnnnrtlla J Phta. ... A I.. nv rannartlan with th hMaF. ftldla
a Blicara, aamuaK ..,. a -1-1 a pa k I U 11.,1. . 1. 1 It I . uij " ..... -,
Ion's Foundrv) on which there is a good Dwelling House I bejpesk for my former partners your confweoce and coa-
. . . .. ... a ai.a... .a... .U mn.Mll.l t 1 .. . ... . . at n TAJ V n 11(1
containing a itoom?, wiwa naciu. .wa mi i iinnea nigral isvoii. " .
out houses necessary for family purposes Also, a Faml'y
Grocery, aojommg me unugc, cuuaitiut. v mwaa ... .Mv
second slory and 2 Stoics In the first, with a gcod CU
tern The above property Is efffred for sale by private
contract until the 1st of next month, either In whole or
subdivision to mil purcnasers. ir no sow a iu
it will be sold to the highest bidder for one-third cash,
balance in one and two years. JAMES BOTD
KEELi BOAT FOR SALE.
THE Keel Boat "GEK. PIKE," toon to arrive, with
a casgo f nails, will b3 sold low as soon as tbe cargo
The Boat Is nearly new, 125 fet long, 22 feet wlie, with
tight Cargo Box, and cairies 220 tons, aa4 towa well.
Apply to HAWKS, SMITH k CO..
ap25.jtf 31H aau iw jsaiu sueei.
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad.
GRAND EAILBOAD JUBILEE
1st ami 2tl of 3Iay A'exf.
MPLE arrangemeuts are being made for the aecom-
tlnnM4 llhnl fsvor.
MempbU, AptU 4th, IK7.
an.. .aah.a..th.M ac .tanvaa InAleatftl. have this lllT T3UT
chased the entire lnten-st of W. B. Doeobo, la Ihe bouse
. . i . i .. . u.n..itt v i . a.uuiaavi- hi aa... uMaiaao
Q aiiuju,.awaiiiai.v..... i - "
.. ... 1 11 HHllnn. tka. UrafW, .MM aaM.
I enure cuuirui, " ....i"-- . -j
mlssb.n Bn'iness under the saaM style as heretofore, aad
IB UOing SO, WOUtU ISSC mil aaro Ui icammh aa.
cordial thanks to our friends aad the public for tbe rlbe-1
ral Snare 01 patronage wwiun a i taaa m . anaraaa.
years, auu solicit tu wuuuuauw.
3 ' JOnKT. STRATT0N,
S. H. DtTXSCOMB.
Memphis. April -lib, 1E57 ap7-lm
STZru-S, U nceto tfSsSSEssi
Second; ap Secjnd to Court Square, where the speaking orms atoTe rrofCribed. The ceitlfleates of snfflclency festivities of the xccaf Ion.
Ah-AtWermeaFackler, Barry anu a.. ...-, , . rk Gen. s Cruikshank.W
Trtictaf the meeting belngtbe selection of a itsyor - g Esq , Jacob C.ben,
. . r. a.rraaU lTwf.JlCrd . CD I . ..a 1 'dc. Tt P Ci flUlTll- OCO. W,
a. uf t J arTTrirrd tern af Mr. CarreH, deceased, on
MttM af AMeiaan Dapree, tbe Board picoeed.d to bal
. lUarman Douglass received five
vat.; Alderman Saffarrans, lwo; Alderman Elder, one;
I I l.laaatLTiRtvrff. ODe.
tissis having received a malarlly of all
Ike votes cjt,as declared by the Chairman, Mayor
. ' - i?..vir irrlved and took bis seat.
luinllute). the election was de
IN mtttiaaw aaa . ...
. i. .d AMannan Douglass took the oath
ef .Me whtcb was administered by Mr. Richards, Rej-
. t .di the duties ol his omce
. ' v.-inrocearredlalheFUth Ward, by the
(feettaa f AMerman Douglais, Mayor, on moUon, tbe
BMri prooeeded to elect au AMerman 10 nrt me t.v
Alttettaaa Gapoland nominaiea aaipu a.aiauaj,
... ... a-. nii,ted hen. Wtttiams.
jitaerasau x .a... " 7 .
(to lb et baHot, Mr. Wormeley received .even votes
j .n irntttmi two.
Tbe Chairman declared?. Wormtley elected, and the
OHr Marshal was instrneted to inform Wm of bU elec
Tbe Mayer laferaied tbe Board that he had received ln
torasattea that the Mayor and AMermm of the city of
.... .ttIt. this f Wednesday) evening, and
agstd Ut the Board sboaid take some action toward
m.Vv v.n . Theo. Slonev. Esq., Wm. Edwanl nayne.
Eq.Jno.J. Edwards, Esq, M. H. Nathan, Jcs. L.
nowird. Esq . Jno Ingalls, Efq . Geo. R. Richards.
Esq .Campbell Douglas, Ksq.,S. Wyatt. Erq .Clarence
Johnston. Esq., Col. A. O. Andrews.'Edwin natt, Esq ,
C. W. Selgnious.Esq..Dr. Jos. Flsckmsn, Augustus H.
Hayden. Ksq . J S. Rlegs, Jr . Esq., W. A. Courtenay,
- . a alt.. C R-llm Van Wm
. .. a. Ta . TT tl nina V.ia
E. IlOnCUr. ESq . iaVW ISUUt, .raj.a.. uij -f,
L03ard Cbspin, Esq.
a i.in r rrrrTilinrt
us-Iu, n-Bree offered &e following resolution.
Retired Tfcat tt Board preceeded by our Mayor
.tirm.Bve thedvlc aathoriU..
at tlieMempbta acd Charleston ofllroaddepot, and that
niud br onr Mayor. Adapted.
H was farther resolved, that after the receptltn at tbe
. . .t. .taaiVl ! cunducted to the Council
Ul l k, K fcart..-
a, .w . mast would be set before them.
After the transadloa at some other unimportant bal-
bs4 the Board adjaaraod.
ra. r V.u T airriBlKS! Will VOU
XO KjVl J a ai . - - .
perasK year name te be used as an Independent candidate
f Mm aaaeaf Mayor at.tbe J une election, j our ""-
peeaieat worse as Chairman of the,Board, Induces us to
beMeve that you would fill the ChalFof Mayor with ln-
tegrtty aad abtlity. We guaranty you a general at-ppot
ra-If Wm. G. WiLKiNsEsq'.j, will allow
-Hsime to be used for the office of Mayor-he wmtrecelve 1
the aepport of many voters f twin parue.
Memphis, April 28, 1867.
i.ari. . 1. the cnbfect of selecting a suit
JVHl l.na . .. - ... - --
" .U. Mm tmr tbe offioe of Mayor, tor tbe ensuing corpo-
rata year Is btag canvassed at this lime, and al parly
. radittM .hatd have nothing ta do In making me caoice.
m. to mvtest the propriety of calling a general
meeting, without regard to party, and let this general
Betisg seiec t an lndependant candidate, wta quaimea 10
aerve tbe people in tbat opacity. My Impression Is tbat
tu. under exlstinc circumstances, wm be agrees
Wo to all cane rued. The people of Memphis are vastly
mere Interested In piling a good man well suited to tbe
nositien. than tbe mere triumph of any parly,
Tours, kc , J
?. S Will not our friends of tbe American party defer
their camlnallon tmtil this plan canoe tesica
vrrnrn ....J. S. rEVTlX
WE LIVER & ERWIIV,
AND TjTJMBili YAHU,
tynrrtan street, near the Memvhit and Ohio Depot,
KiiKr loriaieauu uivc uiu . .ia- , a-.
Jf.flt.re5,rrame, Mouldings aoa eTerjthing la that
line. 01 tue oei uaicriais ww(hmiuif j
. . . ..ta an. i OlmlntT (.1
alto prepare: uoo an iuqi wi uu
., 1 .w.ku -.KnT-v htfr will fanan urn
JITBH IirWaUUU lUltuis suawitHMjt " . . -
enalied to manufacture PACKING BOXES of all kindi,
.1 ..J ...!.. th.aa .war h.fi mtile in the CitV.
CaCparr taa. aar.ata Aaa.u .... ..... -
Shingles. White Pine and other Lumber for sale, dressed
53- Orders from the country promptly aiie&ueu
trill tte nlaee : at the ilose of which the procession will
form In the same order as befere, and move up Second
street to Market ; thence to Ihe Navy Tird, where dinner
will be served ample provisions being made for all wno
mat be ureent.
The music engaged by tbe Cammltteo will meet at Ex
change Buildings, at 8 o'clock A K.
Tbe carriages engaged by the Committee will form on
cvn,i street, bttwren Jtfferson and. Adams.in charge
In charge of Lieut. VoortE, and suuect oaiyioiueor.
rt.r. r.r th. f .railalfl.
t. nid.r ta avoid ccnfuilon. carriages and horsemen
will not leave the processlcn, on Its return to Court
Square, until regularly dispersed by the Marshal of meir
The Assistant Marshals mounted and wearing blue
scarfs, will meet the ChHf Marshal and Aldsat Exchange
Buildings, at eight o'clock, A. M.
The Marshals In charge will commence forming their
a-..-tive divisions at nine o'clock. A. 1
Vhe Million ef the Chief Marshal, while the procession
is being formed, wll be at the oorser of Main ana a turns
JOHN I- SAHTARKAHS, ciry
E. C. Kins, J. A. Causes, jlitis.
anticertiitcAacB vi .m n oum.i.x.j ...wH.u...ai ... ....
forms atove proscribed. The ceitlfleates of snfflclency
mnu be signed by a Postmaster, or by a Judge of a court
of record. 1 ....
Tbe attention of bidders, guarantors, sureties, ate, is
directed to the followinglaws, vlt :
sec.z. aci aiarca , ioo, lequirms ivuua.iaijf
riers, kc. to b. sworn.
Sec. 44. Act of March 3, 1615, In relation lo failure to
enter Into csntract.
See. 27. Act of Julys, 1S3. liabilities of guarantors.
"1 Actor Ju1t2. 1336. authorizing bids of tailing
contractors to be rejected.
Sec. 28. An act of July 2, 1S36, in relation to camblna-tUnsamongstabiddt-rs.
Act Of Aprll-l, loos, provides tuaL uoiuemucr ut vaju
gress can be a contractor.
n ,. 1 ..t aaf Uaai-h 3 lSVa aar.trM thnt TIO
oca., -a -. va .'. ' " ... .
postmiater, atslstant poslmaster, or derk in post office
snail oe coutraa-mi .
Sec. 7. Aet of MarJiS, 1805, provides
than a free white male person sfaail be em
lying iur ma... ....... ...
Tne i oinxaiar uearrai m irrenc iu ui-j
rlgbtot annaHi&ff any oootract made uncer the aboTe
. ka .Vi.11 .llavar that fliM tilTll. ClT (Or
! part f it, li offered fer aate in the market, for the pur-
. .si - i :i I iwt in t-t avaa sntifH An
oraubHatracUrls(aalifted ia bfcs opinion than the
ttUHXl. AARON V. BROWN,
ap29 bawlw ratsimskter vten rai.
1UC ai.iu. hiii auiiMtviiwi"
The regular Mail Train will leave Memphis at 7:15 A.
. . ...I. (hit t ai.vill. at inIK . .r
Returning, leaves Sardls at 10:15 a. M., arriving at
Memphis 1:25 p M.
The Accommodation Tftln will leave Sardls at 6:10 A.
M.asd arr ve at Memphis at 10 a. 11.
Returning, leave Memphis at 3:10 r. St., and arrive al
aarait ai t.w r ei. a
JCJ- No freights will be carried those days.
Alti, a Sunday Train, leaving Sardls at 6:40 A. 31., ar-
rtVlU& a. 4LCiu,aui. a . aw .a a
Returning, leaves Memphis at 3:10 p. at., arriving at
arrois ai t.w r. ax.
JCJ- Fare redneed for the occasion.
ap23-dawtmay2 E. M. PATRICK. Snpt.
VTmaejiil T. V nncn
" ft llllia.il v iav.iioa.a
.a. . av T710R a term oryrars, a large and commodious Store, on
that no other Jj Mlln ,trrtt( between Madison and JeOerson streets,
aployed In car- ror ,och T wlll pay a Hberal premium.
mrtAa T TT t TTJ 1Q
Leaves on WEDNESDAT, AprU 29tb, at 3 r. II.
Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati.
MEMPHIS -J- H- PrM". Vaster.
t. THI S magnificent passen ger ana ireiter i
5. packet, will leave for the above and a 1
. . n.a at anntR.
lUaCItUCail.aar yaaa .. --
For frelgnt or pao vvu
A. C WUflttAaiil, Attiia
a No. X3 Front Row.
Regular Mempliis and Friar's
u The regular ana r si passEsvrv.a..w
Master. icaw, -. --
i wn..Man tTiw sbtfiTt nuiats wlta
led FiHay It 11 o'clock A returning sam a sr. to
Helena, a d leaving there Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays at 8 o'clock A. af. , .
Far freliht or passage apply on board, or to
apa'-Jm PAYIS. HODGE i vimaaa.
Mempbls, Vhltc IUver and Napoleon
U. S. ATT, PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Lacmiia & Concordia
JOHN T SH1RLET, MaaUr....VM. T. WOOD, Clerk
. THIS new, splendid ana rasi sieaoer,
A having been purchased lor the Packet
Traoe in piaw u ' , . .
i in the trade, leivlsz
taVSaVSaaVaaamamaWCOniliiuaT stTaaiu.ii' " ' - , -
..,. MON'DAT and FRIDAT at 2 o'clock i.
Whitrriv.r'at Sr r.. 'Swrnlng. leave, N.po
. ..J ri -r v u raa van 1 1 3 UtI K D A T , arrtvlag at Mem-
phi. Sunday and Wednesday rff- OWMr, ia
aUSLSoTrSi SSrS5.tr new boatipro.
mlsins strict atunUontobusIneM. .ntl
tire day Thursdays, ana uniu t ' '
- . ...ta.at. Sr V ni 1 1..
. a ...... a. ., ia a i.i i,r nrm OT 1. a aut.-
a. iiiAj.... ..i . aa..
J. T. SIHRLET, late of the taU FrisBee.
E. G. Davidsoh, late of Fadueab, Kentucky.
LAVALLETTE, SU1KLEI & tu.,
STEAainOAT AND KAI1VROA1
Commission &. Forwarding Merchants,
Qflce .Vo. 51 JYcmt Rov and Covrt tlrett.
Warehouse on Waterstreet, Walt's Block.
Cv unn.R.13 Esa .having retired from the "Plo
. Lfn?m"'u?b'. "eimboat Agency busia- of
llvSStVk MorrU." the undersirned hav. asaocialed
them'for S! T&nsactfcn of 'Sus
read Agency and general CommiiJUn and joiwaruing
tastoe?., ad wouldr.s.ecually ask ttatfeCUa
aeroa fronds of tbs old firm, as well as those lately
"IT fnd M-'rrU leave, u. to locate at Br.ndyw
Point, where our steamboat frindUi wantof wo. .
find " Charley " eTer ready to welcome them at tne Kta
"pmlsing prompt attention to aH business '"
to , VectfuBy refer to the merchaata and sbljpeia
of Memphis and th. jg 3IIIRLET k CO.
It wffl be .eea from the abc-ve '''"k
sigaad withdraws from the old Oim-ot LavaHette
MGmeful fer the kind patronage from jttj;
whahave always exienueu tumt - ,
resn with regret, yet ,llcit a continuance of ttepneral
far from hoatmen and j pper. to 'n.c","r-'
Messrs. Ijtvallette, Sblrly k Co. Tl.. earner ha.Vea
..- . aa..afmi i rr.rr
alHRsabseTtberlvasjBstjeeelvM. aod ofArs fer sa.e, a Jtr and oatronsge. - ,
Ha. atvertaiem of Mm's aod Toath's Clothiag aad jir-ey and DavWsoa, late e( the steamer KaU
i a. t. I . i..Mii, amXr.nr taaat Mart rraata
r bi caiaii ttj, aa.ry u yuriwij , .u.. . . . .
style and qaallfy kmwa bat a very extensive variety of
COATS. SHIRTi. HALF HOSE,
PANTS, DRAWERS, SUSPENDERS,
VESTS, USDHR SHIRTS, GLOVtS,
RAGLANM, COLLARS, Bi OTS
SACKS, CRAVATS, GAITERS.
HANBCCHIFFS, STOCKS, Biarriitta, eic.
Iw for cash.
ap2fi dtwaw-lin J. L. TATLOR Maln-st.
Gun mid Rifles.
A LOT of Gaas. Rifl s, Pouches, Bass. Flasks, Home,
kc, of sapr rnr qtuuty, oCeied at co.t an 1 charges,
for c.!U to etaK tbe !t.
apS6-dtwaw2m J I. Ilium, jiid-i.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
Hardin County, Teim.
(SECOND SEASON UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
rpHK WHITE 3CLPHUR SPRINGS will be opened on
I a . . t. -i.- am. ...ax lltA a w .i ill aftal a, t .WlTl nf Tnv
friend and tb pontic. I bare a large Ice House mil o
tm inMMiunt RiBttof Uafik wttl be la attendAnw
darlns tbJSwTjreleasoa. Thr Depot wU be at B&rns-
Tin. n tbe MrmpftH and Ubartftion iiaiirMu.
. ... a VLIuu
t hit Midi lrraKfmraif whb xr. v mwsiu
i ....... aM i1uKia t t- TVTVst Al
WW WHl USTC- .xiw ' w- w
can rHron ptfwc throw h filwt tte jameday lby kaTf
. . iu a. . t m. nUa . ul l wl ra
3iemyatw. win u w AJr.
at tbe sprtK.
aM-daw2m GSO. SHALI.
,i .'ii.t'im wii i e.fl
MfTVN my plantation, aiae mdes South of Memphis, for
VJ balauee.f tbls year. A man without a family pre
ferred. Ta oaearaperty aaaiaatt icq cookse wtni xtrawiu
meaded, (none others need apply,) liberal wages will be
paM. 4 S. WHEATLET.
Refer la Memafcis to S. Moeby. EtKi. ap!51aw2w
.2 Sj Jj H&l X
Spring ami Summer
THE saMcclaer takes pleasare la anaouncing lo his
Ulead, aad taepablie gentTa li, tht be has Ju,t
openea his lane aad caieloUy selected stock of STAPLE
awl FANOT GOODS su'tedto Ihe Spring and Summer
seams, whKh are on sale low to cash- or prompt paytug
easfaxaers. For the ladtea Eugenia, Manarette, Gren
adino Orgaaiy, B nee aad Muslin Robes; beautiful
Plata and fancy toult ale Let, Organdies, Lawns. Bersges.
Masltas Giaghaatit aad Prints; rich Laee, Silk, and
Embrt erert Sea Maattes; sets Uoaitoa, Maltese. Point
aad Mn.lin Sleeves and OaBars ; Bugle, Glmpnre, Thread
and ilber LaS F iages. Blbbous, Dress Trimmings,
Glov.i, Htwkry, Skins of all kinds, Ladles' Umbrellas
a PaaTa&ol9 e
A large lot 'of Ready Made Clothing, Cteths, Caslmeres,
Boots, SIm, Hats, Osnaborgs, Neaebed and brown
9M Hag, aad 3aeett;s, Liaeas. Linen Drills, Cotton
ades. and in a word every th.nr In the dry goods Une.
Caaatry Merchant, are offered great Inducements.
Call and examine my stoJc. No charge for .bowing
goods A- C. BLAIR,
,9-tf No m Mln stree. west side.
vessrs. OTirrj....-."- tni.nes.
Fruhee. ne u no commeiiaiuvii, - -. ,
maToT'our Muffs their merU "XSjStl
are known posted In aJ the required duties aa Age nts, i
IrJlIny commend them to the Patra. of aB pck. a
whowl.hlhelnfiueneeof e,uitus and obliging loen to
The Ittempliis and Charleston
HAVING been completed and opn.d for the ivcr
tat.cn of Freight and Passengers, the dam a
prv.s Company 1 are arranged to extend their Express cn
this Road, by which connection the
TIME AND CHARGES
On Goods bv Express to and from Memphis and tbe East-
em Cities will te
GREATLY REDUCED X
... i- -ar... ., ttati aaamUweeklr
Expresses wm leave -:- " . -J-
.teamert Charleston, kc., from thence to M.mphUby
Espress Fasssnger Trains, daHy. Express for
Aad the NORTH aad EAST, leaves Memphis uay an
otrRlveVkxpress for ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE, CIN
CINNATI, kc, wm be continued as heretofore.
ByKavingoruea-.i. ii ma-r. . : 2 .
Main and Front Row. Gotds to be forwarded wW ba call
ed fur wtthoct extra charge, v. a.. u.a'
No charge f jr deHverlng goods brought by Express.
THE undersigned. Teacher of Modern Languages re
spectfully announce, to the TtUiUtuA gea-
strurtlon li all branches taught la High Schools and
Academies. Particular aiieniion wra
struetion In the English, German, French and SpaaUh
Tbbe" references given, after twenty yeaiVexpe
rieace la the Instruction of youth in some of the beat in
stitutions in tbe United States.
' - "TL," " ...i. at,, ofcorj Saom. Iformerly
rr paniaTtait. myinj . a. . , j
occupitd by the Court.) earner of Front Row and Adams
street;, or asr. josepu auni, ui . ;
rj- Attn, private tnstrucuou iito
i7l5-dlm N, FDRCK.
GOATS! COATS 1 ! COATS!!
TIIDS J. lfAliKia.
2U Main street.
PI.ANS and proposals wlll be received by the under
signed until the fourth proximo, fer fencing and en
closing Court Square with a substantial and ornamental
We wish It understood that tne wnote owtoi completion
Is to be covered by the sum of $10.00. D1 tnat bidders
. . . . . . a i. i ...a. ii .. I i.w.
ror ine contract must .uuiutv iuc ia.u. ..... .-..-..'. -
In such a manner that the underslgnel msy determine
upon the quality of work, weight of niattslal per foot or
yard, and time of accomplishment,
v u ft in...., ttnn.t .mi fttafflrltv will be reonlred.
THE CELEBRATED nOLLAXD REMEDV FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDSEYS,
WEAKNESS OF AXY KIX1),
FEVER APJD AGUE,
SUCH as IrtdlceVaOD, Acidity of the atoraacn, wmi
Pains, HeartDurn, Loss ol Appetite. Despoadeacy,
n .ii ii.i ani m : ui . w tr Kiiaa i ri m ia :a evx w.rvi a.
JOSUTtmiA, AXIUU UU mwuiafi "
Rheumatic a&d Xeuralgic AlTUoos, it ns la Bmo
1U1 11 ft PUIUJ ,ia,trM vv i - - '
Ir icientiflc principles, a ter tbe manner of the celebrated
Z- . . . n.M -A -m lm mrttmt
cess in moat of the Knropean States. iU introduction iaU
the Uniled States wa InUndM more espectollr tor tbo
UlEaiPHiS IXSURAACE (703IFASY,
Sam. jjiosoy, Jtrcs-i; wii jjxu, aw j.
orriCE oji jErrEBsos stbeeTw
THE Memphis and Little Bork. Railroai Company is
nttw nrttnUtw, mil h.lr let T! lh Rridfne
1 UUft tMllj wi.uu. "
(not now under contract,) on tbe first division of the
a . tT . II . ft.V.aa... I. tri. fit Vr.TtrU
rOaO XlOm Hl'tiaru. ll, in Aiaiuaaai . .a., w.
rirer. Also, the getting of Cross-Tie on said first division.
Parties wishing contracts win appiy at ine oa.ee oi in.
Company, on Main street, below Union.
President M k U 11. R Co.
Mcupms. Anrll 17. 1S5T. apljlwatwawlm
When we Hear
ttt at mlnlst rs. lawyers, edllors. Physicians, and
., , inclined to believe that It Is a just one So, In SAl Aft rt All It A 1 L it U A 1)
lite manner must we believe when that class of persons
alitor.. nd recommend any article for the puixtc gooa.
be It for their morals or health for the latter, Leonard'e
7.f h A mrritan Fever and Aaue Remedy Is spoken of by
them, and all who have ned It, as a universal and never
failing cure for Chills and Fever; and In our humble
opinion, it Is all tbat need be desired for the aflJlctitl to
seek to eff-ct a cure. apJS-tiawi w
i V..I.. nioiT- vp.nr.n girl, sixteen years did. of
- !" ..' a J a... a ...I .a.tl. t.111 rata rtmnlred. I the linUCtl Slam W lUUOUTO Ultttc a .w-i.J ... .
good qualities. Prefer selling her iuornear tbe city. x.' -av the work ardltaV to onWact
... ... ri a.r . oamfoet.He and b?t.h " l0.!.'" -JJ.llZ.mi on this mighty country. Meeting with great success among
uuc mm ,1"1J a-ai ....
perm. nerrt home. Apply to
EDMONDSON k ARMSTROMJ,
pI4.3w; 217 Main street.
Iuuiu as tu ino 4utisj vt
and as to the time of comp etlon that may be agreed on.
J ar T a e-tTTT DD .
U UO. at . tMp r
an25 S. B. CURTIS, )
special Notice to Shippers.
tuf varairaiMiui nf the Meachli and Charleston Rail
road, wbltb bas last been accomplished, connects this
city (Memphis) with Savannah, Georgia, Dy Com inuons
rail. Shippers of Goods from or to Northern and East
ern cities will flud It greatly to their interest to order
their alilpments via Savannah. Besides the anility ana
ru- niimPIl SHdP.
rpHOSE who are fond of an easy, comfortable ana Clean
I BHAVK Will Una accommoustiou .v mc ircw muvy wi
J U tin BHUItaa.WUOHftt jUaaiwriasMai. aiuaiu, , v
His shop is comfortably and tastefully fitted up, and be
will be pleased to Welcome his old customers and as many
a .. i.. v....
new ones as may kt piupajt aa
OF all lheffecls that exposure of the skin to the air
or sun produc-.s, tbe most dlsag-eeable is called frecklta
or tan. if spread over the entire surface of the parts
exrosed, it is called tan; if scattered at Intervals,
. vi.. Th. fint .t skins are most subject lo them.
1 1 rvil " . .
Burn tt ft Kallitlon, or Orient Water, prep.real by Jo
...v. Rnmett . Co ."temont street. Boston, contains a
peculiar eraslvrproperty which will remove these disa
J3- For sale by S. MANSFIELD k CO. and all Drug-
rl.ts at 60c. and 1 per bottle. ap-aaiwiw
The American ladles are celebrated not less for thtlr
i.iiittattriTitvlhan for Its early and premature decay
tt i .t.ni iiian to make use of tbe means which
Ulin uaajiaa . .
science has provided to arrest the pernicious effects of
our changeable climate, and preserve the complexion
H..r .a.t- beautiful In spite of deleterious influences.
Burnelt't Kallitton, or Orient Water, prtpared only by
J.seph Burnett & Co., 41 Trement street, Boston, will
be found to accomplish this result.
For sale by S. MANSFIELD k CO., and dealers gener
ilv. Pilce EOc and si per botue. apiz- aiwiw
'YT norland Cream."
1 ... t :rla.nlr.i V3 li Vnf lPP.
TTAVING duly qualified as Administratrix of the estate
1 I ... . . ...r a I Ta TT 1" 1 itanaaal natlrta I. fare
their alilpments via SavaaaaU. ueswes iao a.tii.y auu jj.ot mi iau . . w.yv m '.7..,.
wll..ngne .f tbl, line to ttrer every f.cU ty afford by St5S ell immWinTucn.
the Charleston route. It possesses one peculiar advantage bTlns claims against It, are required to present them,
.. i. -vn. ,.vt.iMnmfnf lett bvSavannah dnlv authenticated wllhln tbe time prescribed by law, or
aluil anttM afAiV aF CPHTVn A VH
JjL S OHM EH GOO PS, I am enabled lo present one of
Dress Geods erer ofTred In tbls market, consisting of
J OUuCrU UtrWIi OUk unuauiun,
Ti.c ytt nrrndie. Uusllns.
Vhite Goods. Laces, Kmbroiderles,
. V...s -.Sa Tir. aaPlj.tril Ivn vC
AL3U. IOT UtniieUiru vivsas, uot- viviu.V.. a..
Ve&tlnzs. Linns and Farnlshinc Goodf, cf erery varle-
ty. anas wmpew
Z2Z i ' PI TT.. .n.mAt. bi
UUUU3, 1WOW, -'-- fT.V-fTt T
tf. U. Mlna. alii aUuaa
epM dawtw 278 Main street, Memphis.
JUSt Received. A POMADE for .beautifying the HAlR-hlghly per- of Ume n haJ n Mon he u h
9 Pin !BlST.5mlte"rPrktl'bS,1 wrflMaiar .xepuUUcn unetjualled by any other ar
X50U ..""-rsaleby fcil lhe prlce. For dmslng Ladles' Hair It ha, no known.aud wherever trled.lthas,
... '.lv.fi:Tz..irJ, rrT,.. enn.l. giving It a bright, glossy appearance. Itcanses JL.... ....j-..
IH1IU UWI iltUU tT yi.aa.iai na.... I r - . -
Gentlemen's liatr to cull in me most, natural mauuer.
re removes dandruff, always glving.the Hair the appear
ance of being fresh shimpjoed. Price only fifty cents.
None genuine unles signed, FETRIDGE k CO.,
Pronrietors of the "Balm of a Thousind Flowers."
ry For sale by all Druggists. apl7dcodly
over It. There Is or.e fruni-Jftfpmfnf len oyaavannan
than by Charleston. Goods and Produce are transported
between Savannah and AtlanU, In tbe same cars, with-
out detention ur trans-shipment.
Rates of freight are at present same as by the othsr
route. Handbills, containing rates and other Informa
tion relative to the Savannah Line, will be Issued In due
Mr. J. A. 8. Tuttix Is the sgenl of tbe Central Rail-
mad inVewTork. Office No. 13 Broadway, where he
will be pleasel to furnish rates, and coaler with Sou" h
ern Merchants or their Agents In that city, aa to the ad-
Taniagesoi Bnippiun aiJ.".4.
I n. 1 1 I Ta T
Irent Savannah Line, Atlanta. Georgia.
A SEW DISCOVERY.
TTiKm.nv evidences adduced In this city place It be-
lyond doubt as to the permanent cure of CONSUMPTION
In all of Its forms, by the continued usevf Dr. SLEDGE'S
HOARnOUND PECTORAL. CROUP relieved ia one
Those of our Readers
"WHO ue under tbe necessity of making applications to
the hair will do well to read tne aaver ttsemeni oi rroi.
Wood's Ilafr Rtttoralite la another column, in the
naving claims as. t.fc . w h""-' " . . . '
duly authenticated wllhln tbe time prescribed by law, or
IhlS nOllOU Will PC piraU I" " laaiaa laav'aijl -
ap2Udaw2w EMILT F. DUNN. Administratrix.
R. B. BROWS,
liter ? fa r1 P i V T
waad. . -
ASMLI. lot of very superior Chewing Tobacco.
H H. POTTER, Main rt.,
jpnj Tniia ooor norm imitmni iiHmai
a e. . aaTifkrinvlavlp evtend.. rieen tried with success.
JacktonviUe Contlitutionalitt, March, IB55.
To be had of O. J. wood & Co., 11 Market street, St.
Louis, and of druggists generally. sprlin dsw2w
.....C. VT. FRAZEK,
BROWS & Jt'ItAZatilt.,
. . . . . ... AU . ... OCQ Cr.laa fav.t
A TTU K.N li 1 3 Al JaJi." . -..a- ..."-t
A over Bcnson'a Music Store, Memphis, Tenn., and
nernando, DeSotacounty, Miss. -Will attend promptly
to all collections aid business entrusted to them In West
Tennessee and North Mississippi. ,
Reper to Trullt. Bro. k Co , Philadelphia; Cronln.
Hurxthall k Sears. Waller k Steinlein. N. T.; W. B.
Miller, Jones, Brown 4 Co., W. J . Webb k Co.. Mem
i.nrvpnn W. C f1 A VFIV AITfJU.
HAVING permanently located in M.mpbls, offtrs bis
services in all thebranches of his prof esslou to the
I citizens of Memphis and vicinity.
. . . nr. . ! .1 lmun I A am .Till
Omce on aiamstreei, (,ne.k.iua7,j ni".. " TT.""
Washington streets. In Stevenson's Buildings. apl 93m
W. E. MELTON,
an MndiRon Street. Dp Stairs,
I Marine Insurance Companies in the United
Exchange and Note Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of all
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
this mighty country. Meeting with great success among
them. I now offer It to the American puwic, ebowide m'
Ita truly wonueeriui meuitiuai .it iua-. waa.. . .......
It Is particularly recommended to those persons whose
constitutions may have been Impaired by tbe continuous
use of ardent spirit, or other forms of dUsipillen.
Generally Instantaneous In eflect. It finds its way directly
to tbe seat of life, thrilling and quick, nlng every nerve,
raising up the drooping splait. aad, in fact, infusing new
health and Tlgur In the .ystem. .
.a ..... . . an.t I V, I . a.arr.ira vfli
JtiOTlCS. tt UVC1CI C a . ia, aaaau a- - - -
be disappointed; but to the sick, weak an.l low spirited,
It will prove a grateful aromatic txidlal, possessed of
singular remeaisi properties.
The mat porularltyof tbl. dellght'nl Aroma has In
duced many Imitations, which the public should guard
aialnst purchasing Be not persuaded to bay anything
.a aia . V... .faT. T. ,t a Ta fTMUTld BltteVS a
Vise UUail juaa aa.aa. ,a.. . . - - --- -
fair trial. One bottle will convince you bow tcfinltely
superior It Is to all these Imitations.
J- Sold at $1 per bottle, or six Utiles for $5. by tbe
BEiYJAMIX PAGE, JR., & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
CT'Sold In Memphis by S. MANSFIELD k CO.;
also by WARD it JONES and O. D JOHNSON.
A. O. Harris, Sam. Mosbv,
Q. 0. ATKISSO-f . T. W. WILXIXSO,
j. o. Greeslaw, T. H. Axles,
J. J. RAWLISOi.
BLUE. Black and Olive, Singe Mill d Lass ,
While, Mars and Dusk i
Light ceiered cas.imere.
Black Alpaeea and Drab De Etta ;
Brown Linen- Dus'ers, kc, kc
Pants I Pants I Pants!
Light Casslmcre, assorted dors;
Blaek Doe sun. extra;
Black Drab De Ette. extra;
White. Duck aad DrBHag;
Marseilles, asserted styles; ,
Seersucker, k:, kc
Vests! Vests I Vests!
Marseilles, new styl -s ,
Marseilles, White and Buff;
Light and dark colored Silk.
A. D. MANSFI2LD k CO.,
aplS-tf No 5 Jtgtraoa street.
wnil ritnnnrrii Wanted.
a a ii.'" -" i' M . , M
-v WIEH to hire soma sevea or eight gooa nooa i,uop-
X pers, to whom toe usual wages win im tsiaru.
0 C. MATDWELL, Memphis.
M. C. OAYOE & SON,
General Agents i Real Estate Brokers
r i .
IMPROVED SPECTACI,ES3 No. 25 Madison reei,
fcbl-30- . .
A GOOD OiBDBn Apply U
Otace ob Bank Avenue, 1st door from Madtsoo-st.
Beautiful Sutmrlian L.ot for Sale,
. . .... aharav . tv . . - . 1 1 Tt . laaT Aft 1 fl A
CUiXAlli.i tureaa .via,, -
corner of Walker and Lauderdale atreets. Th a
Tut i den.elv atudded alth forest trees, and Ilea
high and healthy. It Is a moat desirable Ue for
re. Hence. xcwuJtM tt. iww,
5gr U9 Mala street.
C. H. AVEEILL,
RECEIVING & FORWARD IXG AGENT,
(SUCCESSOR TO T. 1TEHH0USE k CO.,)
NO 4 HATNK STREET, CHARLESTON, S. O.
P ARTICULAR attention wlll bo given to tha Saleot
Corn, Flour, and Country Prodl5 generally.
trsoT Twn Thniisand Bottles of
J. H. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED STRENGTH US
ING CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER
ACCtTRATBLT ftdjastfd to lhe eye. foulo salt the
a .a .M.tlr tw.d.. n v . Imflt iVflaiAmniT thmt MBltf
J.A. n - 1 " ,
T. - a..... r,tliTiii Ia lh nrffin rpnm Ir CMmiHAlDetl
of br wt?arer ef common gUf. bat cnaoiloK tbe weartr
rraptoTnwnt Htber by iar or candle Jlgbt, with ease and
CHBU'. MULIiEE, Optician,
or the riRM or
CHEN. MTJLLER & BRO.,
-Wholesale and Retail Dealers ta
Clocks, W:tcies, Jewelry.
IUIPROVED A SPECTACLES,
3IadUon.tt., bet. 2Tain and Front Row,
OPPOSITE I. B. KIRTLAND'3 OFFICE, MEMPHIS.
PARTICULAR attention pan to ine repairing
of tVatches by an experienced workman. Being
detera laed not ta be excelled la superior work
: a.i . aki. v..nrh n, tlaaa. bnin... we have
aatti iia.a aa... ...... - .
engaged a first dan Watchmaker, and can flatter oar
selves in saying that there H no Huuse, East or West.
that can taoas ot a oen.r. a. aaaa.i3 ann."j niaaua.,.
warranted Jewelry and Spectacles of every description
maal. LO OaTJtTI. um .a.'Pj "J " " a . '
de Glasses inserted In old frames to suit every sight.
p, . DtT nUmCrOtt. ajVWpt.tlllS l . ITaJ". aaaiaraa...
been In-posed upon by Individuals peddlli g through tbe
country aa Inferior .-W-s of spectacles, representing
them to be these Improved glasses, reader tt necessary
WO .nOBftl UUlIttta UO puvill. ..aaaa. .ani . -
and protect the repuuttn" o opr sUiwas. All spectacles
made by us are stampci JlS tie name of tbe firm.
TT.Tm.fini. a iii.t t a, a, tv tattn
mario-daw vitiiiiaiiAji ua.i.a. n. uim.
THREE HUNDRED boxes, H and X box. Star Can
dies, for sale by .
tt a .Tartatr raT tnir V Pri
jjam . UAilWUla, muaaa. a "
iavrSoctiaaSv.nl Ye nnnrta.
ITVEP0RTS of Cases adjudged In the Supreme.Court of
K, JtrTsslsslppL by Robert J Walker. Reporter of the
For sale by
D.a-iintto of apiaentrr habits, who are
IKS' 1 , " ,.J.....i..k
genera ly aOectejawiin icrugo, t i
vm !?d neaiiaebe. have m Bcerbave's Holland Bitters i
a gratefal remedy. It gives strength and energy tothe
system, itlmulstes the dlsgestlve organs, and corrects
acHlty ef the stomach. , 1 ... firrnnEV
"We wauM caution the paUlc against purchasbfng any j rtrLLsupplr of Turner Brothers celebrated Ginger
af tbe many Imitations of this" dtightful: Aroma. To -A '"Wine; Raspberry and Blackberry Brandy,. and for
,t it.titiMii. I careful tn ask for BCEkITATX s I Eaie.oy 'Y"tf
l.AMB.TOnNS k CO..'
259 Main .tfeet.
Third door North rfonbam Konse,
Ti. V. T. DAYIDSOIV.
auMCTtATr-LAND AGENT for Bolivar. Coahoma. Sun
flower and -Washington counties, will be found at' the
Coiamf rclal Hotel, on the 1st, 2d and 8d days of ilay.
, apIS t)3msy
: x ; !
c n r c a w
'mWO DR ATS also two Dray Licenses, which have eight
I aDU 111UO UUUIU. W lUUa JI?VJ ava
ieM-lt OffTNKB fc GIBSOK.
HIDES! HIDES! HIDES I
100,000 Hides "Wanted !
FOR which we will pay tbe highest market price In
-We also buy HACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
Tw'TiPlTl SdfJS. Tn fact, anv Skins mea or un-
L JXl A -LUX JJjm-LJl. . g n yrrBRjEKa TOt at the TflGHBST CASH
ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Oasslmere HATS, Tt- GK0 rmixtn k co
novl24m 73 Front Row.
.6 Jf:o ipiA'wdspiANOs; ' ' '
m CVTV-PTVR Pliinn Forte. Just received and for. sale
iX'verylow at McKINNET k COS.
p7im - -
Por Spring and Summer of 1857,
ceived at -WHEATON'S, 75 Front Row, where those In
want of a superb and fashionable HAT will please can.
Constantly on hand ana receiving theiargesi ana nnesi
stock of S0FfilAT3!a the city "if '' , - , -
feW "WHEATON'S, "!5 Front Bow.
and the de
mand la In
ry day The
that h.s an
for this reui
rdr. 1. aw
mtiZ tf" II Aia iv. iiiti
u Thousantla of weak, feeble and debilitated porsoat in
..." i .Wom M.ia r,aa.IIVw mnt .Imn riw taKnf It
It ii the best alternatlre in tbe world, acd the only
remedy that will purify the Wood, and at the tame time
trenzlHen ana uit uior&kc iam nuoir oriiwu-iuvu.
it- - .11 In.. A Ka Ttwf
It WUl CUCvlUMlJ VUIC Sit wUfMluto
TittiA.ne Rid nrMtb. TrTieTMla. Soar Stomach. Los
DUlV"- ' - r . -
of Appetite, Nerveui Diseases, Falntness, -Weakness or
ji...t.ne rA Wmnh. Clilnev. or Bladder : and re-
araaiintme.. nr unTTi from the skin, it Is a sere
.Lniin .e.lnst Tellow Fever. Chills. Ague and
i.r. Oi.'era. or anv crevalllng epidemic Thera la nc
misiaae .iwua ,.a
5-7- Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction. Try
. . . . . 1 T a a allvliltiil .aanara.ttr
m Yrrj ICil.lIU. it i a... aa u.iuiiu .au.aaa.
laver In the mouth after taking it.
J. H. McLE AN, Sole Proprietor of thts Corfu-..
Also, Jtcuean. volcanic uu iiituurcju.
rj" Principal depot on tbe corner of Third -nd Pint
streets, St. LonU, Mo. For sale In Memphis, by
G. D. JOHNSON, Aj-ent,
1 '- corner Madison and Main rtreel.
Also, bv S. MANSFIELD & CO., a .
febJ-dawlr -Wholesale Druggists, Memphl.
I A A DOZ. Garrett's Snua, In bottles;
1 U U 60 gross " " paiks ;
O OOIS. IjtanVll . 2UDQ, IU iMaiaaa;i.,
75doxen Linton k Woodward's, ta bottles;
Sbbls. " " In bladders;;
(Odiien Bonn's Snuff, In bottles; together with a
large supply of MacabAy Rapper, Natchitoches, and
American G.ntlemen Snuff, for sale by
apl5-2 tt AaVl a.illJJM, AJ jaa.-..
wv Tl T.- TVRIRHT
H3 removed to Egan'a BuUdlngs, oa Adams street,
opposite tbe Worsham H.nse. ap!7-lm
Fresli Congress Water.
DIRECT from the Spring, Just received sad f or sale by
.nil gw -WARP k JONES. 813 Malc-st.
SA3TL MATTHEWS & SON,
General Jgtnt to Bay, Sell and locate Land
in the MUsUtipvi Bottom.
Tt ARTICULAR attention la paid to tba jelectlon of
X COTTON FliAJTAllW..iJ antau am. i-.i
nrovement and unicaasaw wiw-t iw. ....
Several years experience enaNea them to give satisfac
tion. Terms easy.
Address "rleaiaai Jiouni, ranoia cotuity,
A HOUSE and LOT on Echols
, a ouwi.-. ------ -----
iTt5 Tance and Elliot, f ronung onr itvi u ,
E 1 and running back three hundred and flftr f1
lllR .a aa.. i ....... I rtiniltt of A com
flmaoie dweUlog.houw, with four rooms, kitchen, cis
tern, stables and other out-houses.
TZBMS-A OM. ,ercn. "T,Ir
BXOV& OX prUW IIIU ISMICS ua sjuwuw. i
k fcirty jl-tt mtiw'It far th market.
a a iv. tima Ka Im iT thinVt tn ftl tfiM Tl.
JVb I a-UAC IllUV, hv wa - .w a
troni for past f arort, and hopes ror a libera patronase In
Ih. HmAMtrl tn wH tit wlll lwt a.Vlf I
I.Q: UCJ tCUU JIM Aa.a w aa v M a
ready to attend to any work In Ms line at the earlieat no-!
tlce. An eariy cau i bjuciicu.
ap8-3m wji. ni-ui.
- n tl. UASiajiU unamDaxne. .t .teut, xua.ua
LCi O Olivia, k Co., and I X L brands, for sale at
1 THOMPSON & CP'S.
v.-rT mi i'
aHTa-ra i itVat..pnnnftTQ ernm Vl.courl
1 II u aau. I n.caj .anuiavKva.', i. -.
.artal tw.titar f ara. .nrt twentV fOUr tCar. leSpeC-
tlvely, will be i oU very low. Applj to
J. J. MURPHT.
.nltdlw M Front Row.
rpHRSE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Laid
XIO U..-.. CLARXfc CO.
X WILL make an eichargeof Eight orTen Thonsand
ciurT T. MTSoyiNE..
w rnis aifCV. f
DESIGNING to improia another lot lmme-
.a .a... v ..in tn mv areaent resHenca to a
t punctual purchaser on good term Itcoaprlsea
, .- a. ..meaat4.rataa ItraTiTtaVMl. .Sd UnaUC.-
-jHB.aiX aCIC, a.iaaaiii r- - - a- -
tlonably one ol the most beautiful and most healthy sites
lathe vicinity of Memphis. ,,..
. 1 1 a. ra v . nitTfira.
V.)io v.fj , ,
TTTE are selling out a conlgnment of Cigar, of good
V ta lana'ltr.iat NvT larECUat.lUalKG.. V laaaaa-.
I pealera will do well to purchase them.
" winn it rnVT!3. 229 Sfsln-t.
apttr .av ,i ,i..w -
Valuable Negroes for Sale
-TTTTaitrar XTvraTinVal It. a t . TflTCl from .UtnckT
1 111 nil .lklVa J . ... ,
and Virginia, among tho-number three goad Me
chanical. N. B. FORREST.
mirt-tf 07 Auaoa inns.