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-THE DAILY APPEAIi.
MAY 10, 1857.
IVIWE SERVICES THIS DAY.
Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Court street, between
Secant! and Third, Rev. A- M. Brtax, Pastor. Services
at 10 H o'clock A. ii., and 7K In the evening. Also, wor
ship every Wednesday night.
Christian Church, corner, ol Linden and. SU Patrick
streets. Rev. Dr. W. J. Baebxe, Pastor. Services' at
10K o'clock A. ii-, and 7 r. at.
First Presbyterian CTrureii, corner of Toplar and Third
atreets. Rev. J. 0. Steadmax, Pastor. Services' at
tes o'rtock a. M J and at early gas-light. Lecture i cn
4Wednescy evening, and Prayer Meeting on Friday eves-
ngs ol eseh week.
eeo8BdPre.byt.rlan Church, comer of Sain and BeUTheJaTa" icu3Win JaWa retUlliH P
'streets. Rev. R. 0. Gsusdt, Pastor. Services at II
. ir. and 6 P. ax. '
Wesley Charge, comer of Faplar and Second streets.
Et. J. JT. Tcatrix. Pastor. Services at 10 Ji o'clock a.
K., and 7 p. M.
Aabary Cbapet, earner of Hernando and Linden streets,
Rev. P. T. TuOQLE, Paster. Services at 10M o'dosk
First Saptlst Cbarch, Second street, between Adams
'and Washington streets, "W. Caret Chase, Pastor.
Services at I0X o'clock a. It., and 7P.JI.
Latheran Church, ea Main between Market and Wit
chaster streets. Rev. Mr. Betes, Paster. Serriees at'
'16 V o'clock a. 31., and 3 e'eiock p. M.
Bf4sopal Obnrcti, corner of Adams and Second streets.
Rev. Dr. C. T. Qvixtabo, Rector. Services at 11 a,
X., and 7 K P.M.
g? TVe are iadebted to the clerk of the
isteameril. Ir- fraKSt. j,-Kticpper.
i?5"Dr. JT. M. Chaw ford. o the Univer
sity vt Mississippi, win pretea in the First Baptist
Gbrcfe this Borntag, and at evenleg at the ntaal hoar.
(PS-TheRev. Mr. Do Bose, of Georela, will
preacrat the Pint Presbytrrian Church this morning at
(KS-Mr. E. G. Eastman, of the Nashville
Unwn aniAntriten, arrived in the y last eveoteg,
aad H stealing at the CoBisaercaal Ilotel.
(CS- OwiDt to St. Lwti papers COStine ten
eeei. apiece at Cairo, the effieers of the HiaveXha can-1
sti aflbrd to f araish the press of Memphis with papers.
ggOwiiw: to a breakage of the press upon
wlncat the JJeenlnj lIHter snslwes werkrd, that paper
was Bt tssaeel yeeterday. It wilt be issued this morning,
v "We were pleased to learn, at a late
teear sut Ktcbt, that Dr. Gabbert was xaadi tasftraved,
asw-UM stvtskgest hfs are saw eatertaiswd U
v r. .. c.i,..t.j
S4e aa swta tus a Monair aext. In Saeltl Memphis, at
cfc. Bsjart facaet theaa, worktag roen, aad the
... .- r loAa aad two I-
ssagaai fr upieaittMd m laes? iaeesit aaa twoi.
hMiBd aval lats. I
Hs.V. P. T. ScRUSOJ. We had the pleasure
f aa Merrsew yeuenby with this dlstiegtmhed Mis-
sAMtppissasetal. what, bow t. the city, an his way to
aty. The Ctrtartt Ccart, of which he is the I
in nar T.iln iminlti 1 r r I in In mnr 1 mr I
Tbe Kties of yssterdav annonnceB tbatleae of those fashionable occurrences, a .runaway. A
raise; Ptrifer and Afanun; .Ycjrs will be dirccn. 1
I, aad la their piaee the Evrtiiig Xeat, i pontic tl
paaier, wQt be istaed, the first atnaber f which will make
Ma appearance ta-marrew.
g"We refer those who are in need of
srsaE aari SBeaer Ctathtag to er frteads IIesse &
Levtt, as the earner af Madison street aad Front Row.
Her air smw is reccast af their readr made Snrias: aad
Swaasaer AMUre. Oafl aad see them and y.u can be
yAcCIDEST. A lad named HilLIARD, from
:, aaet wna ajpvere acemm, jesiereay. ta ine
OAnirwii. Airocale eace, oe f bis teg. biS caught by I
lets fraca R. The wound bted prefaseiy, and the sufferer
was carried to a Betgaberiag hoase, where It was dressL
The lad was net connected with the efSee.
S3?" We are under obligations to Dr. Carson
Tj. 3. Mast agesst Mr a late paper from St. Loais, aa alsa
cae trees LvatsvlIIe. The doctor came dawn I rora Cairo
aa she steaeaer H, R- IV. Ihll. aad will reauiH ia oar
city BBtJt tsw deaartBre of that beat. Dr. Carson has
free)ueBly aaawi aa aaaar ebligaUaas far late ptpcrs,
aad -r ratetrs hisa ear hearWeit thanks far bis kind re.
Shooting Scrape. The neighborhood of!
Water street, was coasMersbly exctted last eveatag on I
aeesesatot a sbeattsg scrape between amen named Thojt
At Lewis aad a persee whese naase we did cat learn
Five shetc werc'Crtd, Mar cf theu by Lewis, oae ef
uteaii took edect in a harses seek, and martallr waunded
the sataaal. Neither ef the bmb were taaohed. Lewis
was S4MI at large last Bight; the other man was arrested
aad lodged sb the Calaboose. We did not learn the cause
at the dWeatty.
L.are Sale or Real Estate- On yester- 1
day Oat. Locke, the veteraa real estate auctioneer, sold
tasae preperty syiag Etst ef the Hospital, far $$,602 0.
This teabraced tat aae bsK ef the property that waa bought
ia Jaae last tet&LWO 09, se that If the wbeie property
had bees sat at the same ttgares, K waaid havetold fer
-acsa . l. 1,1. . Jnu. h .a tlurl tienm tint I
as Memphis is bat Jast new begtaaiag te grow ana re-
eetve the advantages ef her railroad enterprises, there is
aa better, where pttees will ceto, Jiew s the time to I
De Shong's Gallery. One of the attraci
Mens ef Mesnphis ia De Shoxq's Gallery, where the type
i?ot aaybedy er anythtag is takes ia as beautife! aad tree
I atyra as eaa be daae in any city ef the Union. DeShoso
Is a rare artist and heesBpieysnese bat the best artists In
Mi estab kheest BeaBty U embalmad ty hist In living
awxpressiea. Maatiaess tads its bectand truest pref trrj-
Hv ia Ms artiattc skill aid In the soft Hght which his In-1
, stremest asted apn the haman features. His postures
are always aaatrepriste, graeefai and poetic, wage the dra
. pry with which h manages to embetish his pectares add
wtwaBarm wwcBgeea arapery ever giv ra in. m
' yQd see De Shok, if yea ever visit Memphis I
STREET 5PRINKXIS8. Air. I PCEEBCOiniUenCr I
JriUuMvtt his sprlaktlBS carts yesterday after-
a. sad saeeeeded admirably to laying the dust, which
r " 1
lathe raeratag anaeyedso mach. The cry upon every I
jt ii.r dnring x month past has been, Where is
" ... . .. -
Tucker?" aad yesterday he sasweitd,the question by
moatlne oa; ef his carts, and arivmz torosgn ice pruw I
...... dAir to Mi nimmti acnnalntances. aa
rmach as te say, " Here am I." Twcxeb. Is a public bene
factor, and deserves the thanks af the community tor the
beid ataad which he haa taken against the dast. That he
wMe i nrnoiifnl ia the numerous combats which he will
have ta fight with his annoying foe, the earning summer,
we-deabt Bet, as he has the sympathlea ef the entire com.
snarly with him. He has a Strang farce, aad his accou
trements are ef the best material. His motto Is crnf.
vldl, vki. Hurrah for TtJcrEB. and his sprinkling cartsyf
Tax Paters of Memphis. The corporate
ar is new wrtBto fifty days of Its oteee. The city h.B
ad, saaesssillr, is the presecatten af 1U many Railroads
aad vatsMbie pabtio works, to is car a large expenditure
ef mrnity We have aa Immediate and pressing debt
t sw, wtrtea K h iaapertaBt te dischargepromptly and
i eas te easily paid esT, if ear csttxess will came ap
tevttteyescae aad pay lite araoast aae the city. Near
twe bandied theasaad daNars are sew dae, and I call up
ea mrleMw-crtiaena, to esae forward generously, to my
reMef, fer without year aid the credit ef the city cannot
be irn4ftteil. Our researees are large and ample, and
1 tBsatre aryseir te dear the .record of every liability In
feftydays, by year help. Xt the next session ef the
Btd, I shall preseat a Hst ef the names ef these cttl.
2jsm, who may have respeaded ta Ibis call.
The Tax Cieetr will remain at his eface with the
I. A. H. DOUGLASS, Mayor.
The Visit to Charleston. The Board of
Xatr aad Aldertaesi heM an esaeatlve session ea Friday
last, and Use Mtlewisg ii a traBseript ot a perthm of the
. trecedtz, aM that we have received:
Bmtsrs r Appeal: At a meeting of the Board ot
Maparaad AUermenel the city ef Memphis, on Friday,
MayS, 187, present, Mayer Dooslass, Messrs. Chair
man SAITABRAJH, HtXrHES, Ocrtjs, Dcpb.ee, El
sbr, Tacsleb, Finxie, Wormelet and Copelakd,
AUarmaa Oortis beiag seoewJed offered the following
luslallsn. which was, ea saetlan, unanimously adopted ;
Halved, That the editors ef the Memphis cewspapers
belBrHedand reenesled toaeeempany the Board of Mayor
aadAWermnof thecityof Memphis to the city Ol Chart es
4tea on the ilth May, inst. Extract from the minutes.
L. R. RICHARDS, Cify ReyUttr.
Awfol Suicide. An Irishman named John
Hexkt commuted sateide yestardsy morning about six
e'etock. in front fcf Clake VA-Joardlng house, on Win
chester street, below Main, by cutting his throat from ear
te ear wRh eraser. Allot Friday le was laboring uader
ihejfftStieaeett Hwrf and during the night he had an
aHaik f tfcKrittes tremens. He arose early and went
dfwB. stairs, la Mr. CLAXET't bonse, whre he was
" bardrag, uatocked bis carpet bag, and'tootout a razor.
As: be wr&t toward the frcnt doar he madean attempt to
eatbts threat, when he was struck at with a stick by aji
I ang sua who had been watching him, who endeavoted
knock the raxar from his hand. He did not succeed,
and H'ekhv gave chate. striking at him with the raxorr
Je succeeded laeiudtcg hlm,whn Hesrt waited Into
s,' the street, caught hold of the whbkcrs on his chin, and
deWratety drew the raxor across his throat from the left
- vea'r to the right, and then fell to the pavement, striking
at a person, who tpproached hlra, with the razor, which
was stM clenched In hU hand, as he felL He never spoke
aftervrard. These who saw the dead man say It was the
raBt herrlbie sight they ever witnessed. The Coroner's
'jary brought in a verdict in accordance with the facta
-above "stated. Hekst had been a laborer on the raD-
read nutfl s short lime since. He was about twenty
seven years of age. He hal oaly been known in this dlj
two months. We could not learn where he formerly re-
Arrivals and Departure,!.
Satdooat, May 9.
It. H. Winston. New Orleans to Cincinnati. ,
Hiawatha, St. Louis to Kew Orleans. , '
Antelope. New Orleans to Louisville. -II.
R. W. Hill, St. Louis to New Orleans- .
Rlrer Matter. ,
37be river contlnces to rise at the rate of half an
inch an boar. It hai risen three festwithln the last sixty
hoars. From reports received from the upper steamers
we may reasonably suppose that In a few days we will
hare a very fall rlrer. The wealhi i, yesterday was dear
and very warm. Business at the landiag. continues dull.
the only boat now loading here is the 11. R. W. Hit!.
53" The splendid steamer City of MemphSt, nnder ,
command of Captain TT. Eonnlz, will arrive here to
morrow, and depart at eight o'clock to-morrow evenlcc
for St. Loais. She Is a splendid beat, and her aceommo.
datlons are excellent.
J3 The Sen Franllin is dat from Nw Orleans, and
the Btlfaitttom Padccah.
S3"Thifoiie TTfiyrudldsot leave St. Louis natll
Friday evening. She will be here this evening and re-
tarn an Monday evening. She has good accosamodatlona
for panesgers. Captain Riley tb popular comuander
is oa the hnrrrcane roof, and Mr. Lowe, the gentlemanly
clerk, has charge of the offlce.
3" The SItvtphli, under core in tod of Captain Pepper,
writ arrive from Cincinnati this evening or to-morrow
icornlGg. She will depart en her retarn trip next Wed -
Q- The 8et low preissre packet Northerner will ar-'l
rive to-Blgfct from Loclavttte, and leave punctually at
S e deck w-morrow afternoon on her return trip. She
is a deservedly papular picket, and deserves the patron- I
age or ear otixros. Lipniu smiia li ner cemmanaer,
and Mr. Archer chief deik.
J3-TheXafe iYi'ji will
arrive this evening from
tuaUy at 2 o'clock to-
.vpew. She win depart punetuaUy
1 xaer row afternoon, oa her return trip, carrying the U. S
I UK iwrair-ec reel lu kuc cuajuin.
53" Oa -Wednesday last.therlver was rising fast at
LerdsvHle. There were six and a half feet of water ever
the recks, and fear aad m half feet In the middle chute.
-E3-Tfc steamer IT R. Hill arrived last eveaicg
frwa St. Xwiis. She will take on a large quantity of
eottoa hew, al depart for NeW Orleans to-aserrow. She ;
has Sue stosasamodations far passengers, and her officers I
Reported S use. The oOoers of the Auiukon, from
Reed's Landtag, say that the steamers Fellt City, (stern-1
wm,1 Galena and WcrEetft wete reported sank by
I, " . . , ... .
I ice when they Wt Lake IVpta. The' accident Is said to !
have aacaered an the 30th ult.
fj- new,, m,,, um.i.i.wm, ivqrai.
inrer tais pomi was news jesicroay. ine
and lllln4 rivers are reported falllnrbT tbeli5tArrfrals.
We received iateKise&co by mall yesterday that Lake
Pepia is osea at Ust, and that several boats had. arrived
at St Paul,ameag which wer the Montauk, Captaia
B.rkelrrm this port, aad the JF. S. XeUon, Capt.D.
- KUNAWAT. fTOnt HOW, Between iUaQlton
aa Jioziree strreis, was cujiretnn jcBicrar mwnms, UJ I
hrM having a baggy In tow, recame frightened and ran I
n &t jtrret at a furious rate; opposite an aoctian
store, beiew Madison street, he pitched Into some soap
ajed cfcooalat hoses, and dragged the near. wheels of the
baggy ever three or four whisky barrels, and wound up
the baggy by pitching It lata a male and dray, turning the
male completely over, aad wounding his shoulder se
verely. The dray was too Strang for the buggy, the fhatCs
wtlfh. " wh broteB 10
The harse, raneved of his mcuaDrance, preceeoei to it on
roe street, a which street he went at f cn run, and is
raasnegyet far aaght we know positively to the contrary.
CT- ealixU1 d ... W0Bnded mB, iDlami
,hoaii. j.m.Eed scan, disiocat-1
a iirt- share af sympathy, each.
To the Voters at Memphis.
The undersigned, citizens ami voters of Mem
phis, regardiagtbelBterestaf the city ef being of vastly
more importance than the mere success of a partisan
candidate far Mayer, respectfn ly reaaest all these Toters
at Memphis aadepecdect of party, who prefer'tbe OTfof
interett of the city to partisan consideration.', to lssem
bie at Extbaage Caildiags en Wednesday evening next
atBe'deck, to bring forward a suitable candidate for I
u.rnr one who will as a Marar ewe no aHeclince to
Mayor, one who will, as a Mayer, ewe bo allegiance to
j. g STANTON,
JH03. C. JAMES,
B. E. COBB.
J. R WALT
BEDFORD a! McDANIEL,
S. B. WILLIAMSON,
W. A. BROWN,
WM. KENAN HILI,
F. M. COPELAND,
O. J. HANISON.
JAMBS T. BOPRNK.
TVM. R. CHANDLER,
W. M, FOLWELL,
JNO. F. PAGE,
GEO. W, DICKINSON,
J M. FLETCHER,
J. E. CnADWICat,
J. J. ROBINSON,
v. . i uursK,
S. C. SNTDER. M. D.,
j" n" wKst.
JNO. W. McCRAW,
g. wl LINCOLN.
W. K. TATLOK,
A " ' W"
Firemen's Annual Parade. At a Conven
ties ef the different fire companies held In hall of Liberty
pjre Cempipy, No, ' It was resolved that the annual pa.
lisdeet the MewaLis Fire Department shall come off on
tacsday the 9th Juae sezL
FRED BAXTER, Prendent.
Report or the Board or Health. List
I af laterments far the week ending Satarday, May 3, 1857:
May 3d Negress of Capt. New.il, aged 35 years, du-
I easeoaesampti .n,,,,4 h Emma It Fitagerald, years
I and 1 months, measles. ...GthM. Hlrch, 40 years, dlar-
rhes....9th Amanda Eenboom, years, inflammation
ot the bowels. Juhn Henry, ace not known, salcide.
C. K- HOLST & SON, Sextons.
May lit John R. Garvin, 4 years and 3 months, dls-
esse scarlatina.... 2d Jehn Farretl 2 rears and 4
months, scarlatina. ...SI Lucy H. Pan', 26 years, con
sumption... .Mh Fanny Logan, 6 yeara, phneumoaii.
Negress Henrietta, 11 years, consumption,,, .Sib Negro
CamptU,T3?-,eryripei!1t.uin-Angie aiarae, t year
anu -J qnuu, luuimmimugi uicunni, iurauiu.
reH, 4 years and 8 months, s.arlatina....S;h Negro
Toaaah Kl fat TkhTlPnmnnil
o. FLAHERTT i. SON. Sextons
April 30th John T. Simpson, sged 41 years, efiects ef
fall....May 2d Martha Jones, 7 years, chrcrjc sciotu-
la....Mai 4 John W. Ford, q years, wBooplRgcougn....
stoK boT0. orl,B,2Tears,scailatlna....Tth
it ares; of Dnniip & wttnerspoon, n years, pnaeumt
nia, , enects or intemperance, oon ot c. tOr-
fey. 1 year, affection of the brain.. ..Sth Mrs. Chest-
ham, aged 60 yeara, consumption.... 9th Kegro of Ne
vlil &. Cunnlaiiham, U years, rang fever.
w. at. skitu. sexton.
4 B trS
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DATS. ;, " ' 3 5B
2 2 3 r.
SBBday,May3 63 67 45 SIS 0.2SS
Monday, May 4 62 ES 55 tBi 0.501
Tuesday, May 6 63 72 15 63 H
Wednesday, May 6M it a 7d 64
Thursday, Mar T 69 75 C2 65 K
Friday, May 8 64 78 72 71 H
Satarday. May 9 70 85 00 77 K
Average temperature ot the week.
Total depth of rain fallen (laches).
N. B. Tbe Reports at sreteat limited to the Tempera
tare asd Rain the Instruments for further observations
beiag Bet yet received. DANIEL T. WRIGHT,
Secretary Board of Health.
Hurley's Saesaparilla. For the removal
and permanent cure ef Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Bronchitis,
Falaseaary ABVctiens and all cetineeas eruptions arising
freta aa iaqMare er Tit Lied ceadltlea ef the bloodi It
standi uaapereaehed In tbe history of medicine. It may
be used at all seasons with very decided advantage, but
especially in the spring and summer season. Iowa Re
publican. SeldwhelesaiebyScbelfTeiln, Bro. Jt Co., NewTerk;
Busiest, Scett i. Co , Philadelphia, Pa.; Park, Cincinna
ti, Oate; Wright & Co , New Orleans; Bacon, Hyde &
Co., St. Levis, Mo.; and all extensive drug merchants
At his residence in Marshall county. Miss., on tbe 1st
May, IS57, MaJ. James MOOHlNa, In the slxty-tblrd
yearef his age.
' Msjer'Moouiso was a native of Georgia, but removed
to Mississippi about twenty years since. He was one
of Nature's noblemen. Honest of purpose, upright In ac
tion, hospitable n tbebreadrst sense of the term; he lived
respected and died regretted byalL By honest Indus
try be rose from poverty to affluence, and then used that
affluence In such manner as to gain for him the character
ot a most psbUc spirited citizen and philanthropist.
His purse waa ever open for charity, and his heart melted
at the cry of distress. Ho lived aud died the Christian,
and. our country mourns at hit death. He was burled by
Ms Masonic brotherhood amid a Urge concourse cf maurn
Ing friends W.
rpHE Pews of theF.rst Methodist Church will be rent-
X ed for one year on iiu.MJAX Jtv k.n uu next, at a
T-HATE Just received a large .supply or "Buck Beer"
1 frem'SL Lcals, which Is a superior article. Call and
No. SI Front Row.
TVE if ordaineibv the Board of Mayor ar.d Aldermen
J5 of the City ef Memphis, That all violations of the
State Laws now la force for the suppression ot Tlpling.
and Tegalatlng the veDdlng of Spirituous, Vinerons, and
other Liquors, be and the same are hereby declared a mis
demeanor, and any person who shall be gul ty of a vio
lation of (bis Ordinance shall, npjn conviction thereof
before toe Ulty necoraer, do uaea jar ins urst onence
$20, and the second and each subsequent offence, f. 00.
Approved Maj 7th, 1857.
Attest : A. II DOUGLASS, Mayor.
L R Richards, City Register. myS-Ut
FROM the subscriber, a sorrel mare MULE,
with a white ring around her neck and tie
shoulder rubbed with tbe collar.
my7-St TH03. H. ALLEN
t .FxomWa.sTiliiston. '
Washihgton, ifay 9 Dallaslettercauied an" exnrei
aloe of .opinion in England-; If Uo treaty had reached
England prior to the election It would undoubtedlhave
been ratified. 4
The President is engaged to-day in giving Instructions
to Governor Walker.
The lialton Case.
Bostos, May 9. The Jary in the case of Dalian did not
agree. Ten were for acqnltal.
Freshet in Connecticut,
HAETroRD, May 3. Great rite In the Connectreat
river. A number of street) In this city laandated, '
She Bardell Case. -
New Tout, If iy D. Counsel la the Bnrdcll 'murder
case are snmmlns np. An immecie cohconrse of pa-sons
In attend mce. The ceneral impression ls,,the jary will
Iliver A'evrs and Markets. r
Lotjisvihe, May 9. The river has risen on foot.
I Freights are very low and decllnlcg. Arrived, Rainbow.
I New Tor.x, May 9. Sterling Exchange dnll, 9K to
I f. Cottoamarket very mach nnsettledprlees la faVor
I of the buyer. Floar market active, fancy Ohio, $G 80
I stock moderate ; Wheat active, advanced 4d to Cd since
I Tuesday Corn active, mixed com, 85c.; Sagar dall and
I unchanged, arrivals large; Lard active, 14H to HH.
1 Cincissati, May 9. Flour, demand active, prices
ladraacra; Mess Pork, demand good, prices tendinglup-
ward, $2260, now held higher; WhUky, large speculative
I demand, advanced, 27H,maiketbueyant, unsettled; Raw
I Whisky, 30c. asked, on delivery.
I c w. ciicBy,....D. B. MOLLOr,......c n HAILE
' octxnory. iTeaturcr.
Memphis Life and General Insurance Ceuip'y.
(LATE 0. W. CHERRY A. CO )
Exchange, and Bank Note Iiist.
........... ..1 (cLt Trm
iua arrants. highest price.
Louisiana BankNvtes par Kprem
Northern " " .f par Mprem
All uncurrent moner bought and soldi Arkansas
Swamp Land Scrip bought ami sold. myl
T HAVE this da? sold my entire fterest In the honj' of
Cop"11" Gilchrist to COPE LAND, EDMONDS ts.
to settle all the baslaess of the eld hoase. '
take pleasare in r commending the new firm to the
. f!J,K?T-frif d ' ta b?J tt,',rtl ,end toe
amevery libera, patronage to the new firm, heretofore
cl ten the old h vie. j v ciiimtur
atempnis, asy , 1337.
r.M.COPELASD. C W. EDMOKDS. E. W. CALDWELL
!C0PELANDA EDMONDS &-C0.
Dealcra In Fine
IOLESALR ('Store a'rStl
Tiquors ft C-'gars
pyS-tf NO. 11 FRONT ROW JfEMPHIS
House for Kent.
A COMFORTABLE ReSldetce for Rent. con.
ventent to Business. Apply to
li. vr, JONES,. (
. my6-dlw " at Ward fcjotes' Drug Store.
JfEiV COUXTBY RESIDENCE.
I WILLell a' bargain In three and one-half
acres of Laud, with a bouse sf six rooms, kltch
en and'servantg rooms,- The Bouse Isjnst fin
tshed, aud built tnlhemotapprovtd style: sit
natrt near Memphis, on the land formerly occupied by
Br. E- P. Watkinson Jackson street extended. Apply
sonata J. J1.PRQVINE,
IiOOTtTTTG - OTi ASS Xr. OTT.T "PR A MR
OLD Frames re-gilded, Looking-Glasies re-sllvered)ike
new All work warranted. Oil Paintings and Pic
tures on band for sale, Washington street, below Theatre.
OF the establishment of three additional Land Xlfaors
ifl theTerrlroryoXANSAS. '
In pursuance ofv(he act of Congress approved March
3, 18i7, entitled " An act to establish three additional
Land Districts In the Territory of Kansas "to be called
respectively the "DJaware Land District." tie "Osage
Ljlna ""Ki, " ana tne western lna UiHOCl, " it Is
hfielj a(cllIfii ,nd mide lDown that th, omaj or ald
district have ba established as follows, vis ;
For the "Delaware District" at Doniphan,
aer tne usge tiistrict at ron acott, ,
For tbe " Western District " at Olden, in laid Terri
Given under my hand, at tbe dtr of Waslincton. this
eleventh day cf April, A. D. 1S57. ' ',
By or Jer o.' tne president ; ,
JOS. S. WILSON,
Acting Commissioner of the General Laid Office.
OF the establishment rf three additional Land Offices
In the Territory of NEBRtSKA.
In pursuance of the act of Congress approved March
3. IS57. entitled An act to establish three additional
land districts in the Territory of NEBRASKA, 'I o be
called, respective!., the "NEMAHAXAND DISTjiCT,"
tbe "SODTn PLATTE RIVER LAND DISTRICTPand
the " DAKOTA LAND DISTRICT, " It Is hereby declared
and maCe known that the tfflcesfor said districts have
been established as follows, viz :
For the NEMAHA LAND DISTRICT" at Browns
rorthe"EOUTH PLATTE DISTRICT" at Nebraska
For the "DAKOTA DISTRICT" at Dakota City. In
Given under my band, at the city ot Washington, this
thirteenth dayot April, 1857.
Dy order of tbe Pr siaent :
JOS. S. WILSON,
Acting Comml'sioner of the General Land Once.
Xaw Side of the Common Law asd Chancery
Court of the City of Hemphis.
Ann Eliza Glfford,
r. J Petition for Divorce.
Rudolph GlQbrd fiJiai Grey. )
ii appearing to tne uiers ana .Master in vacation, from
the Complainant's petition filed in this cause, that
the Defendant is a non-resident of tbe State of Tennes
see, It Is ordered that publication be made for four aue-
cessivc weeka In the Memphis Appeal, a newspaper
puuusueu in tne aty or .Memphis, Ten., requiring the said
Defendant to appear at the July term, (beginning on the
llrst Monday in fJuly. 1657,) of said Court, and plead,
answer or fcmur to Plaintiff's Peiitlcn, or the same will
be taken or confessed, and set for hearing ex-parte.
m. 2-1 aw tw MARCUS J. WRIGnT, Clerk.
City Auction Rooms, Xo.29 Front Row
L. JOHNSON & CO.,
G. W. HANNA and JOHN WINN, Sale-men.
WOULD respectfully Inform the citizens of Memphis,
that lbey have opened this day, at No. 29 Front Row,
A GENERAL AHCTION DEPOT,
And. are cow prepared to offertmusual facilities to parties
having Merchandise. Real Estate or Negroes to dispose sf.
We win have dally sales at our store, and are ready to
attend sales In any part of the city and country fer a very
We will eflVct sales at private sale on commission for
anv description of real ir personal property.
We will keep a Keglster at our Salea Room for Real Es
tate for Sale, Lease or Rent and Negroes for sale or hire.
Aavancea in uasn made on any cetcrlptlon ot property.
Shelby County Farm for ;Sale.,
A I OFFER tor tali upon easy terms tbe Farm
mi;, known t.s the JOnNSON PLACE, situated on
piSj j theGerraantown Plank road and the Memphis
jEiiiii- and Charleston Railroad, about eleven miles from
Memi'tils. Tbe tract contains 207 Mi acres. 125 acres
cleared under a good fence, and In fine cultivation. Good
dwelling with seven rooms, cistern, stables, gin bouse,
etc , all In good order. There Is on the place a chcice let
of Peach, Pear. Quince, Plum and A.pple trees ih bearing
Te a good purchaser a great bargain will be given
O. B. LOCKE,
m?I-tf Auctioneer and Real EstateProker.
FIFTT barrels No. 1 Molasses, for sal by
maM7 . HANCOCK. CLARK CO
of a Lett-r from a
TO HIS BROTHER
TO BE THE
'Only Good Sance,'
worcestea. May, 61
'Tell LEA k. PER.
ASD APPLICABLE TO
of dish; if
RINS that their
SAUCE Is highly es
teemed lu India, and is,
in my opinion. the most
pala'tab".e as well as the
mo st wholesome Sauce
that la made.
Tbe enly Medal awarded by Ihe Jury of the New fork
Exhibition for Foreign 'Sauces, was obtained by LEA k
PERRINS forheir WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, the
world wide fame of which having led to numerous imita
tions, purchasers are earnestly requested, to sea that tbe
namee or j.ea h I'BKifta are jmptramrt. upou mc
Bottle and Stopper, ana prtctea upon iqb isocis.
Sole Wholesale Acents far li)e United States.
Jobs DaneaH & Sons,
405 BROADWAY, Jf. Y
A stock always In store. Also, orders received for di
rect shipment from KfJgland. my9-ly2p
lVc&Tocs for Sale
FOUR young acclimated NEGROES, ages ranging
as follows three, nine, twenty and twenty-eight
veara. For sale on lmmediato sppucation. Terras
reasonable. Apply to
A J NEWELL,
my3-dlw Main street, first door below Union.
To the Citizens of Memphis.
TnE undersigned purposes establishing a Southern
Paper In New Tork. and desires particularly the en
couragement snd support of the dtlzsns ot Memphis, and
of tbe State of Tennessee.
I shall for a few days remain at the Worsham nou-e,
and will take It as a special compliment from tbe friends
of the cnterpri'e. If they will send ma their names as
subscribers to The Southern Herald. Subscription $3.
BJJ6 Ji. A. KAHSKI,
OF so many case, of Rheamat.sm and unm.aago, bl,
t - - . . .. s m . e SW m r 9 mm fU vaaI
. . l - .-A
cases or revrr auu akuo iuj j -" i
toms, without remolvng the cause. It is not to b won
dered at tbar these complalnM continue amongst us
long as they are used. The afflicted will say, tell us then,
what shall we use in their stead? t We reply,. n LWn
crd'a Soufft American Tevtr an&rAgve Rtvudy, walch
contains neither of these pernicions drugs, aad the dls
M win m,h ilk. dew before th. ri.lne sun:
A.TonderfblRkmedy. Mr. B. D. Woods,
late Justice of the Peace, Xast Birmingham, pa., says:
'I have been afflicted with disease of-tteatomich,
n.Tnlt'atinn nt ih hmmrt nA Tltrvaut headache, for niarlv
fifteen veais. and have scent some hundreds of doIltM in
,.:.n- . nn .. After hlnc
Viuci vuiv. m -
usea inzm voiircv u jgur ulvcis, ii uvw,
. . . 1 1 TT . I ! 1 T .ul Mw.-l.
euitrciy rnuiivu. i tu rk .im - s,
rnr riminrn wiin nieascre. tna wunm ucrcigrc pwhu-
mend It to all those who are similarly ad.cted."
A Cure for a Canker.
THOSE of oar readers who suffered from this disarm-
able comDleint. will be glad to know that, BDRNEtTU
rrt w a r irAriTiT TTT QTT nMmarAi Tiv Vnrf T(in)i
and agreeable remedy. It also arrests decay of the ..,.,, ', : . : r r
Teeth, and renders the gum, hard and health,.
, S3" For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO. and ,11 Drug-
....... cn. .-.I -I ... ,!. n.lula
i, aaa r reoueia
THIS very troublesome and oftentimes
of the hsnds, also tan, snnbnrn, freckles,
andronghness of the skin, occasioned by extremes of
heat or cold, may be removed And prevented fcy the ase of
BURNETT'S KALLISTON, or ORIENT JTATEB, pre
pared by JOSEPH Bukxett & Co., Bostn.
For sale by S. MANSFIELD k CO., aid dealers gener
ally. Price 60c. and $1 per bottle. my7- atwi
We call the Attention
OF our readers to the advertlsemrot of Prof. WOOD'S
HAIR RESTORATIVB, In another calumn. We have
trledlt our.elf,.ndcante.UfrtoltsuUUty as a preser-1
verof that UauUful ornament the hair. Of Its modus
eperandl we know nothing, and doubt whether any one
. . 1 , ii. . rr , . .1 Vaw v. W.II...
II9C U3CI j UUfcUl lUtUIVMHCW II V K1ICI6 lb
to be an Important Item to old bachelors and widowers.
whose hairless pates are in the way 01 wcaiocx. Try It,
gentlemen. Louireille Timet.
To be had of 0. J. Wood&CoT, 111 Market street, St.
Louis, and of druggists generally.
ITliite Teeth Perfumed Breath.
and Beautiful Complexion,
CAN be acquired by using the "Balm or A Tnor
iAxd FLOWElts." What lady'or gentleman would re
inaln under the curse of a disagreeable breath, when.br
using the "Balm or A TnousASD Floweks" as a-
' . ... . . . . . . . . . I
, . m, , ,l T Tl
teeth-wUte as albastSrj Many .persons do not know
their breath is bad, and. the.subjett Is so tfelfcate. their I
m m . " I. I
" A IV'ETF DISCOTEUY...
THE inanx evidences adduced In this city place It be
yond doubt as to the permanent cure cTJCONSUMIT10"N
In all of ita forms, by the continued hse of Dr. 8LEDGIjtS
HOARHOUND PECTORAL. CROUP relieved. In-one
minute. T . ' pH
J&I? f f'8 i I?f3MII$toj$i I
r ' ' . . -
Por Spring and Surnnler of 1857,
ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Cassimere HAT3, re
ceived at WHE ATON'S, 75 Front Row, where- those la I
want of a superb and fashionable HAT will please call.-
Canstantly on hand and receiving the largest and finest I
stock of SOFT HATS It) the city at
Hardeman County, Tennessee.
TnE undersigned, having recently purchased the above
well known watering place, la now refitting the same I
ana patting tne onnaings, grounas, etc., in as complete I
order as anySprings In the southwest. The location be
ing In the healthiest portion of Tennessee, and easy cf
access from all sections of the country it Is believed that
these Springs will, the coming season, present to the
seeker of pleasure and health attractions second to no
others In tbe Union. The water is of the best quality,
possessing flnecurative qualities, and the proprietor will
spare neither pains nor expense in rendering his guests
comfortable during tnelr sojourn with blm.
The means of access to these Springs Is very easy, they I
being situated directly on the Railroad from Memphis to
Bolivar, ax lanes from Bolivar, ana sixty from Mem-I
yui. m ui icmhiu. iyiMi.vwJinuniii . i j i
three dollars. Persons visiting the Springs can leave J
V. I a .m,. H..hl.i.llMi If a t. I - I. ..1.
Aiempnis m trie morning ana ream toetn tiy noon; and
imt. In Till rtrrarw-.n inn TP.rn u-mnhN I nr tnnnir
. . . -- ' r" i . . .
J. U KADBLU AN, Proprietor. I
p .t Tn .i,mun in i hA M ti.r tt r.rii time iv.. r,i.i- I
friend, -ill-never, ntfonr .? Beware CuunterfeiU. MVrn 202'lfIU lAtVlltol Q
Be strreea-ch bottle is sfgaed, . . . Glass and Plctire Frame. made cerPiinosluneuf f ' . MJ&feitJ i3,
.FETRIDGE i CO.,NwTork. andall kinds ot Musical Instruments repaired by xpe- 'V t W P. I"1 r s'n w vi
Q-.For sal. by all Druggist,. ap!7-decdly rienCea VOtt' KOSVINOR;. l'W.V'lWl tUAKSf
there will be kept a fine band of MUSIO to enliven the ' hlonfc beauty and oomf ort combined ; besides being re
gnests. J. C. E. commended by the Medical Faculty of repute In the cltlea
Memphis and Chnrleston R. R.
At a meettoff of the K.rd of Directors ef the Mem- 1 fi O CASE3 Umoa Smp Just received and for sale JOHN L. MORGAN. Architect, furnishes Plans, Spec
At a meeting ot the Bard 9t Directors of the Mem- J. IJiJ by n. n. POTTER, Main-ft, O Ideations aoJ Detailed Drawings, superintends th-
phis and Charleston Railroad Company, held at Hunts
vllle, Ala., on the 19th February, 1827, the following re
solution was unanimously pasted:
Resolved, That in accordance with tbe power and au
thority given In the fifteenth section of the Charter of
the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, the Beard of Di
rectors of said Company hereby declare that all stock
.nlilAr whn dA nat iut out f nllr tha stuck tbev hnM In
said Compaty, on or before tne 30th day of June next,
that the same will be forfeited to the Company, Including
all stock wholly or partly unpaid ; and the Treasurer ot
each division ot the Ttoad be required to give notice to
that eff.-ct, from the is; of April to tneJOUror June next.
A true copy ot tne minutes.
W. B WALDRAN,
Treasurer Western Division.
Memphis, April 1, 1S57. apl-td
SAVANNAH RAILROAD ROUTE.
opemai ttOUUU to OUipporu. i
THE completion of the Memphis amLCharlestou Rail-
road, which has Just been acoampllshed, connects this
city (itimphls) with Savannah, Georgia, by continuous 1
ralL Shippers of Goods from or to Northern and East-
em cities will And It greatly to their interest to order
their shipments -via Savannah. Besides the ability and
willingness of tbls line to tffer every facility afforded by
the Charleston route, It possesses one peculiar advantage
over It. There Is one trans-thipment lets by Savannah
than by Charleston. Goods aud Produce are transported
between Sarannah and Atlanta, In the same cars, with
out detention ur trans-shlpmeat.
Rates of freight are at present same as by the other
route. Uiudbllts, containing rates snd other informa
tion relative to the Savannah Line, will be issued in due
Mr. J. A. S. Tc.ttle Is tbe agent of the Centra Hall
road la New Tork. Offlce No. ,13 Broadway, where he
wiii uriiMwn . " " " u-
era MerchanUor their Agents In iha city, as to the ad,
vantages ot shipping via savannah.
A. U. WAKB,
Agent Savannah Line, Atlanta, Georgia.
Tm. A. Ilatchelor's Hair-Dye.
GRAY, RED or R05TT HAIR dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and Natural BROWN or BLACK, without the
least Injury to hair or skin.
Fifteen Mcielt end Diplopias have been awarded to
"Wat. A. BATcnELon since 1SJ9, and over 80,000 appli
cations have been made to tho hair of his patrons of his
famous Dye. ptejcdlce against dying the hair and whls
kera Is wjust. aa It would be against covering a Bald
head with a wig.
WM. A. BATCHELoa-l HAlB-nrE proances a color
nottobedUtlngulshed from nature, and Is icarrcnfd I
not to Injure In the least, however long It may be con-1
Made, sold or applied, fin nine private rooras.1 at the
Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, New York. .
Sold in all cities and towns of U UnltMtttes. ey
Druaists and Fancy Goals Dealers. I
O-The Genuisa las the name and address upon a
steel-slate eszravlhg on four aides of each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR,
233 Broadway, New York.
ti- For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO.,.anTDruggUts
f estTT i y t-f V V ' e
HIDES !.' IUDES I HIDES !
100,000 Hides Wanted I
FOR which we will pay the fclfbetl latrke't price In
W Al tsy RAOOOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
arid SEAR SEINS- In fact, any Skins used by TAN-1
AERS or FBRRIXRS. wo want at the HIGHRS-f GASH I
GEO. PHILLER & CO..
, 78 Front Row.
To airwhoni it may Concern.
a ai trcisou orDcrsons wno nave a acr ccTiucarc.
which was Issuel by Thomas C. Bleckley, Tst Col-
lector for Shelby county, Tennessee, for the year, 1855,
anu wiiico nrunuiii: wa? ip.uiu ciiarr oa or alter toe i
first Monday, being the 7th day or July A. D. ISM. to I
on&nanlcl Qqghes, for Lot No. 40, In the city bf Mem-1
phis, Qthcivu Dutnct or snsiDy county, listed, reported, I
advertised and told in the name of "Pat Bannon." fori
State and County Taxes, on tbe 7th day of July,1S5,and j
struck off to Daniel Hughes for the sum of twelve dol
lars, lntfee town ot Raleigh, are hereby notified that Sid
ney Y. Watten, at hit office No. 4, Walker's Buildings,
Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, is ready had anxious to
redeem the ssme In the name of the undersigned, owners
ot said Lot No. 10, from any person or persons who have
said certificate or any other certificate for said lot. Dan
iel Hughes does net give the name ot the person to whom
he transferred it, and If the holder at it .dees not make
him or herself known in a short time, measures will be
takes to prevent the Tax Collectors from making deed far
It. JOHN S. PEARSON,
ny7--twaw2w SIDNEY T. WATSON.
S3 WK are anthoriietl to aanounce nUME FiTIILL,
In I t M ' 'i
- i i iaui.li as a cancidate for Recorder at the easning Dia
- nictpai election. ap25
so I FOR CITY MARSHAL
yr& are authorlzed-aod requested to announce ENOCH
- as a cacdidate for City Marshal, at the ensuing j
I e,1,ctll)y , ,
wk are authorized and requested to announce FRANK I
ST?.Di City Marshal, at the June elec-
WE are antboriied to aanonnce C. VAN CAM PKs'.
.HuiaatB ror uiiy atarsnai. mya.
.WE are anthorized to aanonnce Jfinv sunnr . .n I
.wv.ww. wuuiuiw mr uiij jaaraoai mjo
"i "t.hori,eJ na requested to announce JOHN
w I "Uff CUIuIUb ClrCUOU. XMb
.i i, , . . .
'? nnoance JAMES O. REIN-
i nAitui. as a canoiaaia for the offlce of City Marshal, a'
i iuiuuiwwi ftitnwo ia itme ncii. mariauu
. ,,r .
I Aam. L.USjliFJlill9IL.
WE are authorized to announce WM. UNDERWOOD
Lj, v.T ax narocr.
FOR CAPTAIW OF HAY ln.insr;.
V WE r5 atnlhorlzed aUlfi rMDfCttd (A itiAnnnra Psnieln
JOHNSON .. a candidate foV reectTon to tt. offT i
Captain of Day Police, at the ensuing Jaae ejectloas.
WEaretuoVlxed to waounS FELII G BOTLER ,
Vixnxtm, iaua (Sir-
GEO. FJLAHERTY & BRO.
net Furniture Balk offj fj
0f a varietr from a main Kitchen Tw u .1
ganv anu eiaoorateiy carved Rosewood Parlor Setts, in
nTrMta nneifTi Um. mi r-ii. r ....
I Glasses, Ottomanf. Frames prena'red for Kmbrnil,ri
Covers, Remserators, Shower Baths, Water Felterers,
IV.'ir. ' " aiuuiauirs Banisters always,kcpt
I jjj SlOTC
Pianos Tuned lr cltr or coontrr br an ernerlencMl Tr-
'Tor, uj i-aviog your oruers at me same famous dd
ornercf Main and Union streets. Memnhie
liKO- FLAHERTT fx BRO.
PIANO FOKTE, PLTBNITUHE,
Carpet and Curtain Rooms.
PIANOS of A. A. Gale
at Co., Ughte, Newten &
Bradbury; Rosewood. Ma
hogaay aud Walnut Parlor
-n. i i7.' "".".''..-t. tl "
... -v. U1,1UJ, nurtig), Htra-
robs, Secretaries, Cottage Marble Top Bed Jtoom Suits.
and a larsre assortment of Commin VnrnitnrA'
SPring;n.lr, Moss, Cttonnd ShSk MaUresac. made
to order Oil Carpeting, from thieo to eighteen ,t
wide; Tapestry,' Brussels and Cotomort Carpets. Trans-
rri skat, C). . r f n . . .
Main xtreet.'hetweenMadisan'anii nnrf;
To those who. loTri their Fellow Beings
t n ntf o-j . .. .. i . . l
Ague, Ills, and.Falllng Sickness, which has never""
v.u aimitu .v a. is .i.?aaoi. ana as cdud. A3 it
is.rmEacious. Any person wno will sera me toe names.
and directions to the. residences, of ten fndlvldnali.iirv
of Consumption, or any disease of the Chest oc-Lnnri. or'
u&erwK noma orosen.Gowa ana ebatterea Constitution,
wU1 reward this Recipe. Itombodles full ln-
.luviiuu, ihi uMfelUjf ftUU OUlUlUMICnilt SOI, WUnuCHUl
ateuicirae. Aoarcst, vk. TRACT DELORMK,
mys-aawimis , New Tork Post OSce.
THE GEEAT ; tTTJBILEE !
. ox Trtr
PIBST ATTB SECOHTJ'.OP MAY.
TlARir. IHSwnTld-rmnwnprf n k.i m.i.1 w I
r tMnr in n.iiiZ.rt ii. iit.r .trvJLT.:
- av - a-v. A-a , e.aau stiaao llUsil Alt tj '
10 uve ouaoreu a oajr.
.STRANGER, don't fall to tlslt the "Star Gallery,'
219 M. In street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. ' .
Residence for Rent.
WE offer for Rent the large and desirable I
IJweilina House rrcentlrocennlAi hr t i?nwi I
!!'l situated on Adams street, a few doors belaw
JftlLTblrd. There are connected with It, two good I
cisterns, a kitchen, stabte and snadosi nnli-n. p.m. I
slon given lmmeaiatcly. Apply to
FOWLKES, MOUNT k. CO.,
TT A VING received the Acrner fnr XfemnhU. we ran
TTinvr.! ,. r. k,.
HJWrSi l'?'31. '''JISZ
JjL supply the trade with the various styles. In white
rrT - .r; V, .vl
Celebrated Holmes' Patent SflamlCSS
. . . ....... . , , . 1 . .
"J n i-":- i juuiuucu. iiu ivwi ub.c iu
be TnE HOOPED SKIRT, possessing allthercaulsltesof
m luiiuciyuui, acw luniau jjoston, wnere mis sain
mi ui. yiivnjcubc uici uiuillcrKi
FOR SALE Steel, Brass, Whalebone and Rattan
LEHMAN ft CO.,
inn CASES assorted Coidlal n store and for sale by
A J J 11. II. rUTIER, Maln-st,
myl Third-door North of Worshsm House.
Third door North or Worsham nouse.
Cnn CASKS Kenaelfs Ale In store and for sale by
UJJ II. U POTTER, Maln-st,
Third door North of Worsham nouse.
T WILL sell to the highest bidder, on the 34th day. of
A mai, 1807, at tne late residence of Wm. M. Dunn,
decM, Horses, Mules, Cows, Sheep. Hogs, Corn and Fod
ier, Ox-wagon and Team, Farming Utensils, Household
and Kitchen Furniture, and other things too numerous to
m T - ... . i ,. ... .. . I
itaais jtoie at six moatns, saiisractomy enaorseu, I
payable In Bank.
EMILT F. DUNN.
& JLarge Reward
WaI'T?vnri0rV,,cTer3,of iheT .l VJ-
11 O. TURN BULL, who was drowned from the steam-
er jitibsi,iouu, oa mr recent trip irora mew urieans to
a 'f,rhnti w.. . Z, ,
5 feet 7 or 8 Inches high light hair, aomewhat curlv. and
naa in nis i-ocxet-ooox. wnen drowned, cards with his
"t" --r Vrn
Princeton, Washington Co., MUs.
SEVERAL In front of theGayoso, others on Vance,
Shelby, DeSoto and Beal streets.
Tbe owner haa determined to make a complete sale of
tbe above Lots, and having but a limited time to remain
In Memphis, he will dispose of them upon such long time
and easy terms, as are rarely afforded in a city having
tbe present and prospective growth of this. The property
is suaateti in tne most prosperous and rapidly adsancmg
nsrt n ittJt firm la .tl sin nrl nrlawl warl K.n.MMA. .nl
recent improvements, and comprise many of the most
beautiful residence Lots within the cltr limits. From
the 20thtotheSSthof MAT, the proprietor will be at
tbe office of Wm. Jt Philip H. Thompson.'' where he will
haitlMtMl I. nnw...... nrtlK.AQil. If 1 K
will sell at auction every Lot of which ha Is possessed In
jtempnis. a list or tue .Lots, wita their location, as
numbered on the map. of the city, together with the
terms ot salo, wfllbe advertised for a week piecnllag
thatd.y. ap33-td W. L VANCE.
rriUREE HUNDRED boxes, X and M box, Star Can. j
JL uies, ror sate by.
marii - UAriuutJS. claksz &co.
Room and Accommodatioa
FOR FIVE HUNDRED STRANGERS AT THE
BAZAAR 03? FASH TO N !
u. IHAin SlUttil. JUtiMfxllB.
rri HAT Is to say, room In our Stort and Show Rooms
I apstalrs for five hundred strangers, whom we can
accoatmodato with the finest and moil faihlonihl P.m.
ln.i. n.i v.niin... rfv-h auv. ..i n.... a.,..
Embroideries, Ribbons, Trimmings, and all other fine
Vancv Goods which are nsualirkmt Inth.mmi i.ih.
able establishments, which we will -dispose cf at very
moderate prices. Persons visiting Memphis at this In-
terestlng time, will please give us a call.
apau at. SARIND3 X. CO.
PER EXPRES3, five hundred BONNETS, among which
the Neapolitans and fine Straw Sugenias; French
Chip Ronneta Neapolitan, English and Swiss Straw.
Alas, ona hundred Sbak-r Hoods, all ot which we will
sou low. K. BARINDS & CO.,
apao No. 223 Main street.
fV five hundred new atylet MANTILLAS, composing
J every variety from the cheapest to the most splendid
brought on, which we will seU at a very small advance on
223 Main street.
LVVR stock Is now complete, and comprises an extensive
J variety of Silk Robes, Organdies, Grenadines aad
Barege Robes, ot the richest snd latest styles. We call
Dartlcnlar attention to thla denartment. an ther wrre se
lecied - with great care, and having a largo stock on hind.
we win close them out at very low prices. .
k. RARlvns Al cn .
ap30 223 Main atreet.
E. BARINDS & CO.,
223 Main street.
At the Bazaar of Fashion
NEGROES TO HIRE.
TWO or three able-bodied NEGRO MEN to hire.
Apply at Dr. Keller's office, corner Union and
WHOIBSALB Q lETAir
Corner Main and Jefferson-Si's.,
striped and plaid Osnabarg. Brown and Bleached Domes-
,"iD?' ' -
Ind no. TrT".,
j . ' .
i ui, uij uo iwriva cenis.
oar stock of FANCT GOODS Is complete, havlBga
Ul" '' J Snks, brgaadies,
I the very best oaalltleaatnrlcrannrinc' ,,n ..4,.,..
I cents. '
Everyone shonlil examine oar HnsiEUT n.t .r
especially oar SHOES, whlea we hav maaafaetured to
???!4.'J?r?JV.wiSrnt- h" no' w Pair of oar
''- "-" uaen imea, raced with white kht. ai
" pair lB29
JLeimimi $? Co,
. Having the Agency for
TTlieeler is. TFilson's
I CELL them for the manufacturers at their nriow -d.
O ding freijh and insurance. '
We have alsa the agency for
I IK K ill I II III SKIV C ITirilTVPC
- - - m i'.xyj 14 a .1 Li 2
Both Machines can be seesi in nxwr . 1 uin in th us n.i
bonnet room af car store, sutcfatac aeamlaic. heanalng,
gathering, biadfag, he sewing either I be naest of slltc
or b -avieatof usnaburg, durag the waik of ten or fifteen
1 lauea cacn oay.
L"" LsriaK to aaaeicaie laetreaHero
nui. examine our goods aad prices
I ap29-Ira-taw URVtv Jt m
ATT? T QOTSl Rr ATT7WT? T T
I--L'U-lN CC- 1 ill W SiiLfLlj
WnOl. ES ALE TJEAIXK IS
Ll) JJOURBO.Y . iXD RYE WHISKY,
x . 1 "TT7, FOUTER.. Etc.
Domestic 'Liquors, .ami flectifie -AVJiiiiky,
MAIN STREKT, ONSDOOR. SOUTH OP UNION,
TTAVK ta Store
fl . . , . . .
2 " ' Plnet, CastUlon Co., llranrfics ;
6 " " nenersey,
10 ".' casks Pert Wine;
H " - -Mail "
.4 " . Ok! Shen-r Wixi
100 bbls. OM llourbcQ Whlskf ;
60 . Rye- "
200 " Rectified
100 eases Ginger. Wist;
300 1, is Ale; '
300,000 assorted Cigars ;
75 boxes One Virginia Tehaeea.. - -Together
with a large and varied assartmant kf iA
In our line, to which the attention of the trade is respect
fully solicited - ap30-d9si
I A LLpe sons having claims axalnst tbe estate mt the
.AA l.i.D. I I? n n . ... . .
T11 .L. " ..." . preseat inem at once le
payment, ana-tnsee lnaented to Saw estote will call am.
FOR S&IjE. ''
flat No 2.
U. O. Grif-
THE above property Is most advantageously situated.
within thirty minutes drive of the city, and la a most
desirable neighbor! o.." About one-third ot each lot la
heavily timbered. For terms, apply to .
j . u. um(i'i."u. or
WM. A. GOODWTN,
rny2-d2w Mempbi', Tenn,
Erection of Buildings, Fornbhes Approximate Estimates,
lets Contracts, ftc , aieasur-s Brick Work, Plastering,
Painting and Carpenter's work, .v., give sstimaiea
Valna to Work, the price for which no contrast has been
made. Particular attention given to Decoratteas and
Embellbnmen.s in Architecture, rarticulir attention
given to Church Architecture.
JrJ- ItoonrJ MO. 3 waixer-a jibuuiesi, armiimi, mu.
Tt ECRIVED. and will receive weekly during Spring ard
l-C o .V..I..lMil .t,lul.,RMllllTnnltl
a.e oummcr, iuwuuiw. - -
wear The stock is large ana pretty complete, consisting
of a great variety of
Coats, Pants and Vests,
Also. Fnrnlshinz Goods. Hats, Trunks, Umbrellas, etc
To which the attention ot -customers and tbe public Is
.frj- store corner Union snd Shelby streets; Branch
Store No. 155, Main street; Memphis.
- j. iiiioa.ituba,
myl-lm JAS. C. WARD.
g? Enquirer copy two weeks.
W. E. MILTON,
26 Madison Street, Op Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
Exchange and Note Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of all
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
MEMPHIS INSURANCE COMPANY,
toUin. iliObUy, Jtrruo i: XI Wit XU.UV, QUO J.
orrics os jei-femok stbstt.
A. O. Harris, . Sam. Mojbt,
Q. o.-Atxikso, . T. w. wiutissoy.
J. O. Grxeslaw, T. ll-AT.T.wr,
J. J. Rawlihss.
A LADIES Gold Hantlng Anchor Lever Watch, white
dial, with gold chatlaln and pencil, key attached.
Engraved F H.Clark, maker. No. tstc. A liberal re
ward will be given tne finder by
mys-lw J. CDMMING- JOHNSoa I.
PORTRAITS TRUE TO LIFE.
HAVING returned, after a short absence' from town,
to my Studio over F. H. Clark e Co.'s Jewelry
establishment, in the Marble Block, I wilt be most happy
to wait on all who may favor me wiin tneir orders.
nis Portraits shall be true to life.
THE Congrrsilonal Globe for tba First Session of the
Twenty-Fifth Congress, and also the First Session
of the Thirtieth Congress, for which other numbers win
be exchanged, or a liberal pt Ice given. They are wanted
to complete a set.
Inquire at this on.ee. nT3-aim
rnnz undersigned, Teacher of Modern Languages, re-
X spectfclly announces to the young ladi.a and gen
tlemen of Memphis that he will open a Night School on
the 15th day ot April next, in which he will give in
struction In all branches taught in High Schools and
Academies. Particular attention will be g.ven to In
s traction-in the English, German, French and Spanish
The best rfeie.encea "given, , after twenty years' expe
rience in tne instruction or youtn in some of the best in
stitutions in the United States.
For particulars apply at the School Room, f formerly
occupied by the Court,) comer cf Front Bow and Adams
street, or Jtr. Joseph Teurei, or Capt. F Rlngwald.
53" Alsa, private Instruction given during the day.
ap!5-dlm N. FURCK.
Strayed or Stolen.
ON tha 17th, a Bay MULE, about six years
old. thirteen hands high, and a little lame In the
right fore leg, with three shoes on at the time.
'A liberal reward -win be paid for his delivery to
us, or information so that we can get him
myS-tf PHELON & FABRIS,
ISO Acres of Hand.
APART of the Owen Tract, situated on the Pigeon
Roost Plank road, four miles from tbe city, tor sale,
at a great bargain it told In a body. The tract Is partly
improved. AH the land lies well, is very rich, and in a
fine, healthy neighborhood. G B. LOCKE,
myl-tf Auctioneer rnd peal Estate Broker.
Z . t - AT. SSfeetwkle.
..A - -SB, M. , . at
W. A. Goodwyc's
Dr. VV 84-100 acres,
Abereromble's V 16ares
Residence. ' weedteBd.
. ," 1
DR. SAUNDERS' offlce at J. M. Sledge 4. Co.'s Drag
Store. nrr the Post Offlcr. mar3-tf
ATTORS ET AND COUNSKLUlt AT LAW, Memphis
. Tenno'ce. - ufBce in Mosby ol Hoat's aew Blocc, up
stairs, Froct Row. Refer to K. M. Apperson & Co., and
W. B. MUitr. apt-Sot
. DOCTOR W. C. CAVENAUGH,
HAVING peTDiktxst'y locit. it ta Memphis, offers bis
services la all the braaihea of his prof essiort td the
cttixens of Memphis and vicinity
Office on Main 'treet, (West M.) between Adams and
Washington streets, in ateveason's BatKilpgs. ap!93m
K. n dhows,
.....C. W. niAZER,
RROWIir & FIUZER,
A TTO RXETA AT LAW. Offlari No "58 Aaln street
SX. over Rensen's 'Music Store. Memphis. Tean.. aad
utrmaw, ixixrtoooaoiy, jttss. win -atieaa promptly
to all coHecitaBe aad basisess eatraated to them In West
Teanesse and Ninth Mtssissipri.
RCPJca TO TrBUt. Bra. Jt Co , Philadelphia; Cronla,
iiarxinaH & Sears, Walter . SiHniein. N. T.t w.
Miller, Jeraes, Brown A Co., W J. Webb Jt Co. . Mem
phis. . aplr-dawly
A TTORNKT AT LAW, Meratwl. Tenn. Office over
XX. the River Bank, ath comer of Ooart Soaare and
Alain atreet. ap3-wtf
Im q. c. lam ah c
. n. Morr.
LiAMAIt & MOTT,
A TTORNETS AT LAW, Holly Spe Hgs, MUslssIppL
J. M. COMEGYS,
HAS jcut retar-itd (rem a tanr through
tbe Northern CHI" where he acquired aH
the recent Improvtasratg In the science of
He is al.oauth riaed to sll licenses and Instruct sacb
of the prufessioB as may wish a knowledge of D . Albert
A. manor's Cheap Labile mode or i.ertlBg Teeth.
Any letters add reused to him at Saeaervitte aad Browns-
vlll, will meet with p-ompt attention. rajSIm
DKS. CHIDSET & LBWIS would caB the
' alt.nllnn of themib'tc tataelrnewraethaj
fJof inserting ARTIFICIAL TEETH, by
Is restored. Persons in w nt of fn.i setts of Teeth, Ar
tificial Palates, cr have unftatisfartnry werk are tnvKed
to call, as we are .satisfied f rasa exp riesce thatwecan-
DK C. CniDSEr. i returning his s)B
cere thanks to the r,; n,i of Memphis aad
it- vkir Itv. for the v. rv liberal patron
age bos towed op.il him. woaM infena
I been that be haa associated with luaa tn the practice of
Deetat i'argery, Dr E. II. LEWIS, a gentleman at skill
aad experience. xayi-ira
TR I ENNRR atteattt exctasivriy u Sargical Diseases,
XJ sacs as Plies, Fietabe is Ano, StrKtares, Stone In
BUdder, Ulcers, Caacers, Tumors, Polypus, Diseased
Beaes aad Jatats, DetarsaUles rfim Barns, ualr-Lip,
Ooatracted Teaduaa trots toss of Lips, Cheek, Nose, Eye
lids, hit.. Closed Jaws Irons Sallvatton, and aH other dis
eases sad deformities reqalrtBg sargical aid.
mirm $nj2 Mm.
DR. FENNER also attoSMb to ail Diseases ot the Eye
asel Ear, and is prepared to Board Patients from a
X3 Office on Mala street. In Walker's Balldln:. real
deace on Court street. i-ep20-dtwawlylna
DR. JOHNSON'S INFIRMARY,
yon diseascs or the
EtfE AND EAR,
SlLF-SUPPORTiNG EAR TRUMPETS,
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c;
NO. 15 JEFFERSOij STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,
mayZTctaw .Ufc.urm.", i
STAPLE AD FANCY DRY GOODS,
Men's and Youth's CMhtsg,
. . Usls, Shoes, SaeWary,.
- Wholesale and RetaH.
t. Jj. T.-irx.on.,
TpOK subscrther has Ja.t reoeivea aat offern far sa-e, a
1 Ssa asertrseat ot Men's asd Y math's Clothing and
Furnish ng Goods geBerally, esabracing, sat every grade,
style aadqnaltty known, hat a very exteasiver variety of
COATS, " SHIRTS. HALF-HQSB;
PANTS, DRAWERS, SUSPENDERS,
VE3T3, r UNDER SHIRTS, GLOV13,
RAGL.VNDS, COLLARS, Bl.OTS
SACKS. " ' CRAVATS, GAITERS,
HANDfCHIEFS, STOOES SUPPERS, etc.
Law far cash.
ap28 waw-Sia J. L. TAYLOR Maln-st.
Guns and Killcs.
A LOT af Gasis. RraVs, Poaches, Bass, F talks, Ha-ns,
fee., of saprrlxr qaaitty, offcidt .t east an I charges.
for cash tocaasetSM sot.
ap2S-dtwaw2ia J. L. TAYLOR. MalB-st.
BTvtrteeof a derd la trust rxeca'M to me the lath
day of March, 1-M, I will sefl at pabHc auction to
theJiicMest bNMer for C.'h 1M Ne.'a 13, 16, ZS. S3, ol
H vT HIB's sab-division of erlcmal oauaty lot No. fill,
as UM eat by Wm. Crane, City Eagiaeer. Tbe above
Jts IK be seed on the premises on tiwrSSth day ot M ay,
1557. 11. B. WAUDKLL.
THE' CELEBRATED HOLLA".' P REMEDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,.
LIVER COMPLAINT, .
WEAKNESS OF A XT KBfi), 1
nuon as Indteetion. Acldltr -of the Stomach. Colicky
i Pales. Heartourn. Iss of Appetite, Despondency,
Costlveness. Blind and Bleeding p.les. In all Nervous,
Rheumatic aad Neuralgic Affections it has in numerous
Instances proved high y teaeflcial, and In others effected s
Thi. is a nurel v vegetable com pound, prepared on strict
ly scientific principles, a ter the manner of the celebrated
Holla ml Profesor. Boetaave. Because of its great suc
cess ta most ot t ur European State., Its Introduction into
tbe United Stale wae Intended more especially for those
of our fatherland scattered here and there over the face of
this mlzhtv eonatrv. Meeting with great snccess among
them, I now offer It to the American public knowing that
its truly wondeerf at medicinal virtues must bo acknow
It M particularly rrcamraenueti to iwe persons wnose
eeaetllutlons may have been Impaired by the continuous
use ef ard-rt spirUs, or ether forms of dissipation.
Generally instantaneous in effect, it finds Its way directly
te the seal of life, thrilling and qutck'nlag every nerve,
raising ur the drooping scl.it. and, In fact, Infusing new
health ami vitror la the system.
P Notice Whr-ever expects to Had thU a beverage wth
be disappointed; but to the stcs. il ani iow spirt tea,
It will prove a grateful aremat-c cxrdlal, possessed of
singular remedial properties.
The treat rornlerttr of this tWlehtlnl Aroma has ln-
daenl mint imltattsas, which the pabltc ahoaM guard
aialust purchasing Re not persuaded to buy anything
else until yea bare riven eoeraave-a tiowana uiiurra a
fair trial. One bottl will convince yea how Infinitely
superior It Is tn all these imltatians.
ryf Sold ( 1 Per ootue, or six DCttsrs tor t9. oy uir
BENJAijIIN PAGE, JR., & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
tyStM la MrmpbM by S. MANSFIELD fc CO.;
also by WARD & J0NE3 and G. D. JOHNSON.
OverTwo Thousand Bottles of
J. II. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED STRENGTHEN
ING CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER
and the de
mand Is in
ry day The
t K'cai BIIB
mat nas so
lor this rem
edy, is ew-
ts. Thousands of weak feeble and debilitated person id
thli city have been made healthy and atrong by taking tt
It Is the best alternative in tne world, ana the owj
remedy that will purify the blood, and at the same tlmt
strengthen and invigorate the whole organization.
It will effectually cure all complaints of the Liver
Stomach or Bowels, such as Liver Complaint, Headache,
Biliousness, Baa Breath, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Lost
ot Appetite, Nervous Diseases, Falntness, W'akness or
any disease ot the Womb, Kidneys or Bladder ; and re
move yellowness or sores from the skin. It is a son
prttentlve against Yellow Fever, Chills, Ague and
Fever, Cholera or any prevailing epidemic There Use
mistake about it.
53- Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction. Trj
It It is very pleasant. It leaves a delightful aromatic
flavor In the mouth after taking it.
J. H. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor ot this CorduL
Also. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
JO" Principal depot on the corner of Third Jid Fins
streets, 3t- Ijouis, ato. .ror saie in atsmpnis, cj
O. D. JOHNSON, Agant,
corner Madison and Main f reetf ,
Also, by S. MANSFIELD k CO.,
febX-dawly Wholesale Druggists, Memphis.
Leaves" on MONDAT, May Htn, at 8
For HicJtinan, CaixoJSt. ouis,
(CITT OP. MEMPHIS W. COCSTZ. CJu B(JeT
THIS nv gniflcent and fast rmiv
sengrrsieamerwlll leave for tc,,,
and intermediate point an Monda$(nt
For freight or passage, apply on bt&
Memphis, White RlTer and Sapolc
XT. S. SIAUi PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia & Concordia
STEAMER KATE F?5SE,
JOHN T. snraLXY, Master... .WM. T. WOOD, Clerk.
L THIS new, splendid asd fast steamer,
sTI having been purchased fer the Packet
Trade In placed tba Janes iugciin,wu;
contlnua regularly la the trade, liavtng
Memphis every MONDAT and FRIDAY at 2 o'clock i.
ai- nunctuaav. connecting at Napoleon with White aud
.Arkansas river boats, taklsg freight asd paaaangera Xc
Whit river at regular rates.- Returning, ieavsa napo
leon every TUESDAY and SATURDAY, arriving at Mem
phis Sunday and Wednesday evenings.
Tbankfi." for former patronage, the owners hope to
merit a coptlnuanca of th isms to their new boat, pro
mising strict attention to business.
LAYALLSTTS at MORRIS, Ajrenta.
Notice to Shippem. The"Prlabe" will recurve
freight until on 'clock on Mondays, and during the ca
tln day Thursdays, and until one o'clock Fridays.
A T. LAVALtxrrr. late of Brm of LavaBetto &. Morris.
J. T. SiiiBLEr, lato ot th Cate Frubee.
S. a. Davidsqjs, lata sf Paducab, Kentucky.
LAVALLETTE, SHIRLEY & CO.,
STEAMBOAT AND ItAIUXOAD
Coniinisslon & Forwarding 3Ierchants,
OJScr .V. SI JVonf Rev ana Court ttrett
Wat ehoase on Water street, Walt's Bloct.
CP. MORRIS, Esq.. having retired from th "Pl-
seer Firm" In th Steamboat Agency basiaeMot
LavaHett . Morris." tba undersigned have atwcliu-a
themselves far the UaasacUen ot a Steamboat and hali
read Azsgct and general CammlsaWrt and Forwarding
basietess, awl wuoM res, ectiatry ask tbe patronage of tte
aasarraaa friend ef the oid una, aa welt aa these lately
connected with it.
Oar friend Morris leaves us to locate at Brandywjne
Paint, where ear steamboat friends in want ct wcvd, w.ll
Had Charley " ever ready to welcome them at the Rid
Praatstsz prompt attention to ait business al rusted
ta as, we respectfafly refer ta th merchants and shipper
ef Memphis aad the Great West.
LAVALLETTE, SHIRLEY A. CO.
ItwiRbseeafremtleab.v. 'cirl'' that the uadVr-
algaed withdraws from the aid flsaa ot LavalieUe at
Gratefal far the kiad patranage treo tse gecereas and
worthy boatraea at ear part aad river,and to ear ettlims,
who have always eztcaded their raateBc aad faTors, I
resign with regret, yet solicit a eontiaa&e ef the general
favor front boatmen ard shippers to my saceeasers.
Messrs. LavalieUe, Shirty at. Co. Ta farmer ha Vera
rayassodat fr j ears, and lain avtry way wort ay of
favor aad patronage.
Messrs. SaU ry aad Davidson, sate of the steamer Ea'
Prisbee, and no caraaeadatlea, staca to every baeiursa
man of our bteft their merits aa peactaal basteess n.en
are known posted la ail the required datte aa Acta t I
CorvlUHy rammesd them to the patronage at aH packet
who wish tbe Innuesce ef coarteeua aad obttglug mu to
repreeent them. Rcspectfatly.
ap3-3m OHA5. F. MORRIS.
MW. & VALUABLE BOOKS
JUST BXCEITES BT
LAMB, YOUNG & CO,,
Xo. 259, Main Street.
BIOGRAPHICAL and Historical Sketehta.hy Macanlar;
New Riegraphies, by Macaulay;
Barard Tayler'a Travels, 6 vols., IS me.;
Tha Americans In Japaa : an abridgement a! the gov-
erusent narrative ot the u. 3. Expedition to Japan
under Commodore Perry, bv Tame ;
Thiags Net Generally Known : a popular haad-botk ot
Facts, not readily accessible tn History, Uteratura
ant Science, edited by D. A. WeBs a saw and vai
Peeau, National and Patriotic, by G. W. Cutter;
Beaumarebals and his Times, or Sketches of Fieaih So
ciety in the 13th Century, by Louis D. Loraeaie ;
Invasion aad Capture ot Washragtoo, by WctUaia ;
Washington In Domes lie Life, tram original letters anil
maacscrlpta, by Richard Rash ;
The American Cltiaes : his rights and duties according to
the spirit of the U. S States, by Jean Henrv Hop
kins, D. D. L L D. (A book at rare merit one
which every man shouM read and carefaeiy weigh its
wbe aad patriotic precepts.)
Visas and Cottages, by Vacz a new and valuable work ;
Inquire WHhla for Anything Worth Knowing: or ur r
TTOO f aeu worth knowing ;
Wallace tb Hero of Scetlaad, by Reynolds ;
Monarch Retired from Basiness, by Do ran ;
Smiles and Frowns, by Sarah A Weatz.
A large assortment ot MSDIUAL ROOC3. and a great
variety of Miscellaneous Rocks, far sale at the very low
est cash prloea. myT
WHITE SULPHUR SPEINGS,
Hardin County, Tenn.
(SECOND SEASON UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS wiH be opened on
the 1st June net, tor the accommodation of my
friends and the public. I haro-a, larse J-HnM? fu.l of
Ice. An exceilent Band of Music wl RaHroaxT, asJ
durlagthe entire season. The Depot becked,
vtlle, on the Memphis and Charleston ltVve pounds- ot
I have made arrangements with Mr. Aage; but no
who will nave dentv if Dae Coaches ait incident to
can rely on gimgthroaxh dlrrct tte raloss the Cont-
Memphlii. He wUi also have Be BotT an amausi not
at the Springs.
Tlie Greatest InrentioCbavacermiti
. ga, and apeeilyiBg
PERFECT PROTECTION FR0 orlhey Trffl aotb
, nor wB they be r-
1. 1 i rrryr'aseat be present
PATENT GALVANIC Kj '
THE subscriber Is now prepared to coveriK ,
buildings, with a new and better article UtSa
before known. The public are aware that our Govern
ment has had sclent 16c saun experimenting, and that it
has been the study of Architects and Bo ltd era for year.,
to discover an article f.r roofing purposes, that wi.nU
stand the sudden changes ot the weather, and be impem-
ooa to Are ar.d wa:r, and remain a permanent flxtur
s yet, nothing has been attained wiihoet costing mure
than the people wish. The contraction, expansion and rust-
nr of metal roofs, are sa great In changeable climatet.iD
thiy braime useless tajiiess being repaired at great ex
pense yearly. Shingles, are not Ore proof, and cannot b
used oa flat roofs, anU the various Competitions and Cc
ment thathave been brought Into use Lir ruoflLg, do not
stafd the action cf the weather.but they run when it is
arm, as3 cracc-wsrn irosiy, ana ar er one er two ytars
become crun bly, and werthless whereas, the lavcn-or
t the Galvanic 6ment haa labor, d tw sty yeara to com
bine articles to obviate those dlffieaities. ani can tetify
from his long experience, and numerous testimonials
from reliable persons, wbo have had h:s combination a
plied to their buildings, that his Cement ts the cheapest
d best article ever before known Tat CdrnDmattun or
this Cement la such that It 1 calculated for entire new
roofs, flat or steep; covering over old shingles without
remov.ng them; lining tare trougba, seeming around
battlements, chimneys sad sky lights Covet tag car
tops, steamer decks, Sic. This Cement, by Its noa-v.ua-d
net Ion and galvlQism, preveata metal roof from rest
ing and underscldering, and resist the extiem. s of heat
and Colo, better than anything ever Invented, fur enuro
roof's or for covering metal and tha out?ldeI wrod
buildings, making them fire ifroof. Its appearance is like &
slate; beautiful for tbe rick, palace ortb. humbiecDttage
The undersigned having secure! tne rigUL to tne state x-
f Tnness?e, will sell rights of Terrltor,, by Counties .r
towns, on reasonable terms. k
" The subscriber is also prepared to caver roofs ot bund- .
lags. In any part ot the State, at short notice. S.
This roof I now neing put on in tais city, ier tae uesr
fltof all concerned, and warranted to excel all other .
modes of roofing. The subscriber having resided in ine
city of Memphis one year, and haa had his mode of roof
ing tesed as to ita qualities, which has proved satisfac
tory. tn which a number ot the most prominent dttsens
can testify.. . .
See testimonials 01 tne tallowing gentlemen woo aavs .
used It, with hosts of others.
For further information enquire at the oCce, wherv
samples may be seen In J L. Morgan's Aichlteotarat ,
Rooas, No. 3. Walker's Block, Memphis, Tenn., or ad
dress, Bvx 637, P. O.
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Attachtd Is a note from John L. Maigan, Esq , A.-chi-
tect, by which may be seen the opinion of Mr. Simui I
Sloan, th celebrated Architect, and writer upon Ati bi
tecture, whose experience with this mode of rootling.
ithoat a coibt, is satisfactory to an.
Memphis. March 12, lc57.
He. w. S. BrssETT: When in Philadelphia. Pa . a
lew dars age. I Called upon Mr. SarauM Sloan, the cele
brated Architect, and author ct the Sloan Work ea Arch
Hectare. I asked his opinion aa to the durability Ac , i f
West's Patent Roof, eucn as yea are using ts the city 1 1
Memshls. and he toldjne that ne naa no Dentation in say-
log to me that it is a good and durable roof, ami 1 all
that It advocates claim it to be; farther saying that ho
ts using it on a line building for himself
Respectfully, JUULN l. atuuuAM, Arcuuect
Mr-siruix, March 2, 1SS7
W. S. BrnsETT. Esq., Dear Sir: The facia within
our knowledue of the durability, &c., ot West's Galvani
Cement, are these : Th building yon covered lor us last
Spring, we am hsppy to state has answered our expecta
tions. We can therefore, reenmmend it to the public for
all roofing purposes j as a llgbt, cheap, lire and water
proof roof. It does not get sou and run from the effect
of the heat of the son ; nor does it harden and crack
from the effects of the cold. Any person wishing to know
more of this article, can call at oar manufactory.
if. S. BRUCE at CO..
Carriage Manufactory, Monroe St. , Memphis, Tenn.
MEMrntj.Trirs., Dec 8, 5858.
To Whom it siat ConCKBif: This Is to certify that
W. S. Bennett, covered two roots for me laat Spring, with
a composition caiiea weal's patent uarvanic vemn ,
one ot them was a new deck, the ether an old ahlni 1
roof, which are giving perfect satisfaction. He also r
palred a dormant window, which leaked badly, asd had
baffled the still ot carpenters to prevent Ita leaking,
which he succeeded in making perfectly tight, I do mot t
cheerfully recommend his mode ct roofing to tha pobllc.
for all rooting purposes, and believe it to oe a permandi.
fixture aealtSk Are and water. D COCEKELL,
Proprietor commercial jiu-.n s
Swpeb.'dt's Office, Memphis & Ohio R R
MBatrni. Try., Feb. 18, 1SST. J
Mr BESxnTT. Dear Sir: Our Company having been
triuihterf verr much with leaky ears, put soma of yoar
Patent Paint upon them, and so far aa my knowledge ex-
tccda. I can cheerfully recommena it to any wao wisa a
dry roof of any sot t. Your. a.c ,
11 tUIf 1H, UUcilJiKiruk
Memphis. Trss.. Jan. 14. 1S57.
Tn titf Prrnr.ic: W. S Bennett made application to
us last summer to cover our buildings with West's Gal
vanic Cement; It being a new thing thought we woata
try It ; had It appuea to our tuacumu a oaap ami adkuis
House attached to the Foundry. They hava proved all
required of a water proof roof, having withstood some ..t
the greatest storms, and are giving good satisfaction.
We can only add, try It and you will be satisfied.
UUATja IX aAirr, inmiuuiuir.
Memphis, Jan. It, 1S57
yr Bennett his dace some small amount ot recline
for ma In his peculiar way, with Cotton tuff coated with
a preparation the basis of which sppears to be Coal Tar.
It Is a very effeatual and light roof, and appears to prom
ise considerable durability, from the preservative quail
tie of the composition, which penetrate the doth end
protecUlt from the Influence of the air and water The
Campos it Ion does not liquify and run from tha rflict f
the heat of the san la summr ; nor docs It hardei and
crack from tho Influence in the cold of winter
myS-dly A. r. MXRRILL. "