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THE DAILY APPEAR
SUNDAY MAY 17, 1857
N6TI0K TO ASPIRANTS FOR OFFICE JLXD THEIR
AH exSs apea candidates fcr-inunlcipal or ministerial
tMxt aad the replies thereto, are charged at this efflee at
tbe rale ef fcl per fqnarr. Saeb advertisements must be
aootapialej wh tbe cathto secure attention.
ITlriE SERVICES TIIIS DAT.
CwabwUnd Presbyterian Chnrch,Coorttrect,betirfca
bttrtiBi TMrd. Rev. A. M. BOTAN, PASter. Servlees
at W X o'etoek A. it., aad 7 K la tbe evening. Also.wor-
Mp every Wedtesaar Iilght.
Cbrisetaa Oanraht earner, at Linden an! StTalrkk
Mreets,Rer. Dr-TBaiiBEE, Pastor. Services at
104 e'etock A. sl.ji!t 7 M.
First Pjesbftertatf Church, earner ot Poplar anj Third
iimtLlKT. J. O. Steadman, Patter. Services, at
Hv Vcfcct a. m ; and at early gas-light. Lectures on
W das easy ewetag, awl Prayer Meeting on Friday even
lacs at each week.
Seoaad Presrtrian Chares, earner ot Mais and Bean
streets. Rr. Jl- C.Gbuxby. Paster. Services at 11
a. M. sad Sr. M.
WrOnsras, corner t riJr and Second streets,
Rev. J. Jf.TXMKX. Pastor.' Services at 10K o'dotk a.
m., r:4S r.- H. '
Asfcary Geteeel, anae-r etHemtndaaod Linden street,
Rer. P. T. Tseetx, Patter. Services'- at 10K ociet
A.M.,iad7 p. M. -
First Baptist Ohareh, Seeesd street, between. Aisras
aad Washington streets, W. Caret Cease, -Faster,
Serriees at 1K e'elock A. si., and 7 p. . -
SeeBdBBfMstClrarb,orner Deal asd De5to tiretV
Rev. Mr. Isbbxl, Paster. Services at 11 o'etect a. si.
aauSp. M. .
Laeberaa Ocmrch, ea ifaln between Karket and "Win
eber street. Rev. Mr. Beyer, Paster. Services ail
1H ec4oek A. s:., liM3 o'ctoctp. M.
KsilJmsjaJ Oemreb, earner ef Adams and Secesd streets
Rev. r. C T. QorsTAED, Relr. Services at 11 A.
K., and7K r. M.
p" Rev. Dr. Thobnvtei.1., of Columbia, S.
C., will preash at the First Preefeyttrtaa Chcrch tblJ
BMvtaig at W 'ejotk.
Srtf Thwe 1b bow a aailymafl between ihis
cttj aad KaMfifa. Tfee bat I&r that pce is taken est by
the cars aad dsepped atTTeiis' Statien.
&73 There ia a letter detained in the St.
LM Pest OOee, tar non-payment o! pestase, ad
dressed te Jobs Bo wiso. Holly Spriagj, lUss.
K"The Washington Rifles Bave accpted
tbe twrtiatiaa ! tfce Ctty Coaocil and wBl tarn oat some
Sr'.j Birmmf I form a prtkin ef the dstefistien lrm tbis
ctty Cbariesow, on tfee 27tb icst.
Scxth "Ward Meeting. At the raetiD of
tbe AJaerieaa party ot tbe Sixth -Ward, keW n Frt ay
Bight, F. M. Con land and J0H5 IIartis vrtre noml
sated as casdMatec tor the Board ot Aldennan.
' We invite attention to the advertise
stent t ear friends IK. J. TVebb & Co., who have
fcasd a large svspiy ot piolBoe a(jd grveeries, which they
are eeHisg to the trade and OMHttry dealers at the lowest
JUwes. C os thus at theMner of Vto and Union
Pxrsoxai- We ha Jibe pleasure of -meeting
yesterday, Hob. Cha rw.-Adams, n. A. BADnAM,
James H. Haxis and M are"W. AlxXAKDrR, Ef irs.,
lMOiag Eteaeorsof th Artaaies Bar, vrho were return
lag tram their attendance ea the Crittenden Ctrcatt Ooart.
B"The jwmerous warm friends of Dr.
Gabbext wM be gratiM to leant that he is almost
eattnty reoavered from his severe and protracted rtot
oad wMt aooa he able to give his attention to his
SS We -would remind the friends of "Mr.
Fsrr, the tiitlilied artist 1b aaik's BaMtes. that
his Btesest stay ta Xempbls is UeaHed to a Wet twelve
daj s. Those who desire to have their portraits pilnU d;
therefore, had better avail theBsselves or Ms services at
OBoe. Kooaewfttevar he ante to get a more f iHhfal
Meetisg or Firemen. At a
tboee Breasea who parpeee vMrisg Charlf iton eo the 27 th
iset., held at the haH of iBdeaeaoeat Tire Oompaaj 'o.
1 , last eOBie, Captala Hensel. was caOed to the chair,
aad Mr. XcCe&s apsoiBted Secretary.
The hall was crowded, aad each Copr te the city
Caataia Baxter, of ludmtadcBtPire Ojasaany Ke. 1,
was uaaaimoarty oho ea Chief Ursoal larthe eecaHoB,
aad OaetolB 3. E. CttaiwiCk, at Rom uM Xsoder
Cxj X. 1, AsoMost Harshal. Mr. X. B. Sasders,
ot LhVtiy Psre Ooraeasy Xo. 3, wae ehesea Secretary. .
alaeot IaviaolMeFireOataaaByXo.fi wasonaB
setecoid aa the one to te Laken-to Chariestoa to
' two eashs ef HtsetetipBt water loto the AUaa-
.aeost aaasiastty prevatttd at the steethg.
M hoes of the eSftrent oonpaBies were requested
jFthe saaK hall on Best Tfcesdey Bight aad repoi t
hor of ssemeera who win go, as wet! as traasact
If DavKJV. Towjis-XD and William Mc-
Kek wtl aBaw-Jteeir names to be used as caadidates In
theSsaoh-!Ti?Ior AMerm-n, theyw bo sappertedhy
suar adeatetf rtoade, aad by 21 AXX TOTBU3.
Memphis, May 16, 1857.
To the iJoWers eftke MeapUt Appeal
I bavobaerTe-d in yor local eolaran this
BMrBteg a eai oa roe f or the see of mj neate as an lade
peadeatadWatetertbeeaee ef Xayor atoarcisolng
eiectloB, proeaieieg net wrty the sapport ot "Msay
Frieaaj aad Aeoaatetaaces," bat also "-votes enoagh to
I feel BMOh fteWered by this asaraBee ef trMtdtbip
and saeoort, aad Uko this oecaseaB to baforai "Many
Frieads asd AoaaalataBces " that I aooept tbo invlta
ttoa, aad H they ndeeat their aroertse at the election la
Jaae, I ahaM eater pon the discharge ot sy offlctal
dotiea with the determlnatioB of fatly eaaplytng with
all the oMtsatieBS laposed on me as Mayar ef oar citf .
SAMUEL T. MORGAX.
MEMPHIS, May 18, 1857.
Report of the Board or Health. List
of iBtermeBis for the week endteg Satarday, May 16, 1 Ei7:
May 11 Va Peach, agel 26 years, disease, winter fe
ver.... 12th Vrty Tone, aged 13 year, scarlatina..,
lSth....Daaghter of 3. IIfcke-.h. al 15 awnihs, con
valiBs....l3th Daaghttr ef A. FHschke, aged S
auaihsophysici noLST & SOX. Sextons.
May 13th John BleaMey Morphy, aged 8 years, car
let frv....13th James E. Tascey, aged 25 years, coB
saea0B....l' X'grobey ot Col. Wsrd, agedtmsaths,
croafirr.OBW. D. Spalgo, aged 80 years, coageatlve
fever....eS Xegro boy ot Robert Preston, aged .3
BMaths, launaWteat lever. . - -"
GEO. FLAHERTY it B"iO., Sextons.
May h John T. Moore aged li years, dlselfe of the
Wa....U-Ohdot R. B. ntohMhan. mea..
? ? 5 fa
3 2 S S
72 86 76 77 K
63 75 68 67
60 63 75 HH
76 64 76 73 H .068
66 85 7a 76H .664
63 81 64 69 X
68 69 64 S3 .603
Seaway, Mar 10..
Monday, May 11
Taeeday. May 12
Tharsday, Mae 14
Friday, May M
Avecaa e temperatare of the week..
Total deaoh of rain fallea (inches)..
X. B. The rate recorJed far Satarday 1 art odes several
Tery Hght showera too scanty to be separately calculated
by the Rata Gaage. DAXIEL F. WRIGHT,
Secretary Beard of Hearth. -
Delegates to Charlestok. Having re-
oeive-1 tbe list of delegates from the Second and Fifth'1
-Wards, wo pabHth this Darning the nms of the entire
representation of crthtras, appotaied by the Beard et
Maserand Aldermen, to represent Memphis In the Charies
toa Celebration cn the 27th lust. :
For the Citt at Large Robertson Topp, Samuel
Tate, UaaW B. Tamer Sam. P Walker, J. M. Carmack,
T. W HWt, F. C. Arms, W. B. Waldran. B. Ayrej, J
A. Oaraes, JohaRobertton, T. M. White, John Trig?, R.
E. Orne, J. T. Trer vaat. Minor Mtrlwether, Daniel
SaSirraas, R A. Farker,.C. A. Stockley, W. D. Pickett,
E. M. Patrick, Mr. CoSs, Jno. Cannovan, J. M. Ppe,
E. McGebe, L. P WHHamsoo, John F. Sale, A. J.
Hays, C. F. Vaaee,"W. E Poston, A. X. McKay, J. M.
Gregory, TPs. Preston, Preston Smith, W. Harlan, W.
A.Seay, Thomas Peters, W. B. Mitchell Gen Pattlian,
of Fayette county, M. O. Deadrlck, J. M. Pro vine, Jesse
M Tate, W. S. Detany.
For the First Ward. James T. Lealb, Isaac
SaffarraBs, Rev Dr. Bryan. S H. Dunscomb, J.J. Mor
phy, Wm X. Foiwell, M. Magevney, E. H. Porter, Dr
Francis Rke, Joseph Keller, X. Gibson. 3 F. Frank, Jno.
Park, A"B Tavlor, T C. B ttl, A. G Enapp, Col. X.
Anderson, Wm. Chase, Hiram Ti'rasn, George A.. Smith,
Wm B Mitten, W. G. Ford, H. Volllntlae. .
For the Secosd "Ward R C. Brinkly.W. C,
Bradford, S. H. Stephenson, C. VT. Mnaferd, J. T.
s,v y.T.Stratton. E. JJashieU, X. J. B L. Wyna,
R W Thomaon,J H. Brinkly, A Stent, R T.FaUlson,
J.ha Page, W. R. Baker, Tobias Wolfo, F. Titus, Jr., C
waadward. W. B. Crlssman, H. B Curtis. Geo. L.
For the Third-Ward D. M. Can-In, A. WAodrusr,
tpm. p.rt. u. Gaekrell. V. A. Shepherd, James Fena. J
t wkin. J. B. Lamb. R. B. nawley, S. P. Bauk-
B.j.d, Cbaries Janes, T. J. Folkes, James B. G rifling, O.
Dr Tk. Grant, H. H. Cooper, A. J. White, Dr. B. F.
Tvn the Fourth Ward John Kirk, Dr Themes
Ptyn, W. A. Goodwin, John 0. McLemore. "Wm. R.
0lIy.n P. Pryor. T. S. Ayres, 2. X. Estes, S B.
n.ms M Owen. J. A. Xooe. S. H. Hancock. J. C.
Dougherty W. Farris. A. Whipple, W. M. Farrington, D,
DuBosend' Robert Woml'y. . , . .
... TUE Fifth "Ward. 3. H. A, Lowndes, T H.
i.n B A Massey. "Wm. T. naakelVZ. P. Bowles JfJ.
t"!?' r S T,trlrr X. L. Lawrence. W. B. Miller JW,
'vTlVi.lr J Hannah. Geo. Stovall. GC B. Locke. W.
B RortW. n-Hent.Tl.Ai Burton, X "fl.3rucs, H. M.
rnurran. J. G. Flnner.T. B. 'Aormeni.
t- Vrrx- ciTTH WARD D. H. Towhseud. Col John
w.rtin. E. M. Apperson, O. Smlther, C a Clfaves,
ti... n 1 kites. 1 Smith. Jesse Moore, F Lane, O. B,
rbnrch Marcus Joaes, W T. Williams, David Loonty,
JohnHalatead, E.-W. Caldwell "W. D. Ferguson, John a.
Rabertson, G. P. Feute, Joseph Ba-blerre, H. G. Dent.
I art of-llimpjis.'
- Arrivals end Departnres.
Satcrdat. May 16.
Si. XKhoiasfrem New Orleans to St Lanls.
TL D. Xeweotnh, from Xew Orleans to Lonlsvllle.
John J. Boerfrom Xew Orleans to St. Louis.
U XT: Adams, from Loolsvtlle to Xew Orleans,
John Slrocada, from Memphis. to Xew Orleans.
53-Tho river was ahaost at a stand list evening
tad not risen ever an lath within the past twenty-tour
hours. - Ithastisen la all about twenty-four feet, and Is
wiuimnarelatitfeet cf bleb water mark. It will
most Bkely coauaeace f aHlDg to-day and will recede rap-
lily. Tbo weather yaterday was ool and disagreesme,
the taerseeieter having fallen some .twenty degrees in
less than that many hours- Bailne was very ami -ai
tbe UtKliDg, aad profpects are bxl, as the season is so
faradvanriofl, for ay amaBge. for the better, sooa. The
Sisior.it departed tor Xew Orleans with a few haadred
tut f niton, aad soaae other freigh', not near a fall
l-5Tbe A'orlkemmr, anler oomawBd el Oaptaln
James F. Satth, wBl arrive to-night from LoaHvUle,
aad leave on hor rotarn trip to-morrow afternoon at 0
odeck. Mr. Archer H In the cfcnk'a office, and wl lm-
art a 1 necessary Information coacernlag passage, &c
3 Tb Gltnitle will arrive tbl leveling from uin-
daaati. aodretarn en Weaaesdiy aftorBeon.
13-The Jamet Htnlgemery is doe from LeulsvilKcio-
r5-TheCrt of BmttldUe Is the Dtxt- packet doe
from Xashvffie. She win probably anlvrto-ar a re-
J3-The Kate FrsthecwBI arrive this afotraooa tram
Xapolean. She Is the regaiar rnati pxue lar.ueKua aou
Xapetoia, and will depart at two a4oek to monjaw af-
teraoen ea her'retara trlsvcoasectlng wtth the White
River mn pocket s.
rt-Tbe St. Trartcil Xo. 2 win arrive this aflernojn
tram St. FraSfcis River.
S3- The Xasfflte Gazette, ot Thsrsday, says :
"The river was still failing yesterday, with about
esgBt lees on iiariieia samis."
J3"Tbe Tascurabla Xorth Alcbamtan, ot Friday,
tim TMirwee river has beea bilher during the prf-
seat wk than at any time before during the present
year. . -We have bad several warm, sunny caya, uu
umoikinc ist asootbern leek and freeing about them:
bat the jughte hve been cool enough to give the cut
worms a good appetite to destroy the little cotton, ic,
which has vectored to coate sp "
53-Jhe Ctoctarati MaUboat Comaany beW an election
for directors on Moaday. The oil Bjard was re-elected.
The Board subsequently re-elected Oa.t. Bberty Presi
dent, aad Capt. SherkKk, ot Ctndnaatl, Secretary sea
J3The Camien Stvih Stamp, el the 9ih Inst., ssys:
The river is io excellent boating order. Red river, we
learn, is now ia beating condition as high up as FMloa."
S3- The OeachHa Herald, at the 7th last., says the
river Is booming oat of its banks and still rising.
53- The LouUvHte Journal, of Wednesday, ssys :
f The? river is falling very rapidly There was hardly
tea feet water oa the falls last eteBieg. It is p obabte
tbatby to Bwrrew iioau wul not be able to come ever the
53-The St Louis RrpttWccn.tt Thursday, says:
"The river at this point i rising steadily. There Is
newtwe:vefeet at Cairo. Tbs IJaper MissiS-ippi and
Missoari rivers are Mil Teaoned rising. Toe lutoots was
fanisgatlaHacMnts iih eigbt frt In the channel.
Arrivals were scarce yeaterday, aad btt'iaess on the Levee
wai dud. In the mominc liu- atmphere was warm acd
soltry. A shawer of rata aboat Boon laid the dust, and
the evening was warm ass clear "
On Wednesday night last the saw-mill
ot air. Best. E. Xokris, astaated oa the Hernando road
aboat fear miles from the city, was destroyed by Are. A
consMtra bte quantity of leather was also barned. Loss
$5,000. iRsnraSKX-'Ojl SCO
Attention-, Fireme.v ! Relief Hre Oom-
pany Xo. 7 will meet ea MoBday oveahag, In the lecture
room of the Beat Street Baptist. Church, to maie prepa
ratfeaf(.r the Chariestoa Jebiee, aad other Important
beeiBes pertataiog totbo ialerest ot the Oompany.
Bydtderot . B. B. MILLER, Prtt'l.
Kv?" Mfes Hsorf, who appeared here some
memos siaee, does notaeem to gite great aatiefactuiH to
the BostoaiaBS. The editor of the Tramcrfpt, a lead
ing paper there, went to seajjai ea th flrrt night at her
appearance, and instead of writing a long criUeiB on
tbe Slav aad her acthM. Uke sotae ef the infatuated tour-
Ball ta af Xew Tkbrle5y ihd piqnahtly drTmlieed the
mailer with a paragrapb, of wucn wo give-iwo sen
tences : . .
Hes BerfonaaBce .at Cime. duraaiieally contUered,
was beneath orrllcif in We Tegret todd that
tbedisgasttag spectacle of the Cousanptive Courtesan is
The "Hbkt FAmilt" Tned 'Uf. ThiB
f tsmrj waoee Bifitertaa disappearance from Mra-J
phis betwaPB two days, dating bteak Becember, when tbe
police were afar them, for neglecting to pay ttoir li
cense, we noticed some Mate siace have taraod sp in
Kieissppl, and the editor ot the Fort Gibson Herald
shas talks aboat them : J,
Tfc TTnRl VjimilK ' &w fMmcArt la oar town, a
few alshto amee, aat after EwtadlrBg those ot ear citl-
aswho atteaded out ot Ibeir moaey, (for the whole
thiag was a farcej leftstxt mo ning, refoslagtopsyjas
oar bill for adrertMnK. We like a good hombag,bat this
Is the poorest aanr-that haspasml this way far some
by Hiring them a ' paff' extra " -
A Fact. Dr. Hurley's SarsaparllTa.now al
most of world-wide renown, is firmly eetobttsfaed tbe best
al only (canine medicive of that dats . The caresdt has
eflecled are without parallel, aad will bs a staBdardreme-
v when all otter Sarsaaariuas are barid in merited ob
scurity. . .
Wefi has the sacred poet tali
"Friead eft-.- friend departs J
Who bath not lost a friend?
Th-re Is bo B9rB here of hearts.
That ands uot here an end."
The reeeat death of the late loteiy, knlag aadeloved
Marv E. ncsHV, has asoot pelafBHr IsnpresMd spen
ear miads the aowrtaia aad perishable satare of all
earthly He1gs, the ladiag chtractor ot all earth barn
Mary E. H-nry, third daagbter of A. J. Henry, Esq.,
and the Vste lamented M. M. Henry, departed this life, at
tbe residence of her lather. Is this tlty, ea the 6th of
April last, In tte 16th year of her age, after a short but
palatal attack of quick cjssaraption.
Surely, "Death loves a shlalag mark ;" and aeSdasa has
Ms fatal arrow smitten to earth oce so gentle, amiable
aad lovely Mary was one whom- to knew was to love ;
and It Is bat dae her to say, she awer had an enemy. In-
vary relation la whKh she bad -been caHtd to act, the
tame geotteseas, trust, parity and grace, bad marked at1
berUfepage.' Her love" I or her parents, asd brothers
and sisters, was second oly to her leveof God and troth ;
and amid the fowHylred scenes of boBse, she shone In
aH the lustre' of yoathfnl -affection, self-deaylec love,
asd self-sacrificing attention, to the wants and wishes of
all who surrounded her.' And in that department ot our
ctty schools of which she lona member, she will
be still longer .remembered fi r bereatte . and graceful
maimers, bar kind asd ebtigiBg -disposition, her careful
and studious habits, and her love of order, purity and
Tes, Mary has go ! AjkI a fend father, bat recently
bereaved at the companion ! his pilgrimage, cow mourns
the loss of another of bis sweet fliwers of heavenly pro
mise; and brothers and sisters weep In grief and l.rell
tfess ever departed Joys and blasted hopes.'
Long will toe name ot Mary live in Memory's gteen
spot. Leng wUr her viftnea btrrtn-mbered. and her mem
ory cherished by those who mingled with her in the reci
tations of the school-room, and the recreatto.s of the
pisj-grsaad; bat la swheait will her remembrance lin
ger Iongr, or chaster Bore lovingly, than In tbe memory
of him who pens there brief lines, as a tribute to her de
2foo good snd gentle far earth, her Father has taken her
home. .Her tody rests la tbe gi aye, bat her spirit lives
in-heavea. There lL4ter rest there let her slug, and
whHe here we linger, let ns, like her, be gent.e asd good :
andjike tier's, oar end will be peace with God.
"Mourn for tbe beautiful, mourn for the lovd;
Wep for tbe light from tbe boast bold removed
Tread with a stow pace through the wide halt ;
Listen la vata for her gentle foot-fall.
Mourn for the loveliness tost to tl e enrth ;
For tbe Ftther't lone heart and tbe desolate hearth;
For tbe poor and the friendless, the weary and sad,
Waem her staDe ever cheered and made truly g:ad.
ner presence broaght sunshine 'mid sorrow and glocm
How the shadow Is deepening rer her tomb I
But would we call her to suffering again?
To hours et languishing sickness and pain ?
nth not her path to a better land led
Then weep for tbe living but not tor tbe deai ! "
IV. M. L.
Memphis, May, 1557.
Strayed or Stolen,
FBCM ray premises oa Madison street, about
fjJSVa th-- 10th or 16th of Arrl!, a kmall DARK BAT
-MARK POXET. with no white marks about her.
but has a bare place andcr her breast just bhiad her
fore legs where the girt Is worn, caused by a snag teog
tail and flowing mane. A libsral reward 3H be paid for
her. if delivered at OWEN & OWEX'S, 27S Main street,
or at my house oa Madison street.
maylS 3w MILES OWEX.
1 ' -
Notice To Contractors.
THE Memphis and Little Rotk Railroad Company Is
now fully orsaniiei and ready to let all the Grading
(not newunder contract ) on tbe first division of the
road from Hp 2 Id, In Arkansas, to the St. Francis
river. Also, tbe getting of Cross-Ties on said first di
vision. Parties wishing contracts will apply at the oSce of the
Company, oa Main atreel, below Union.
President M k L B. R Co.
Memphis, April 17. 1867 apl7-dlwatwawlm
SUMMER CLOTHING I
TnE undersigned respectfully call the attention of
citlzeBs.and straaaers generally to our large assort
ment of SPRING and SUMMER CLOTHING, which can
not oe surpassed In qnallty and cheapce. Always on
hand, a complete stock of Gents' Wea-ing Apparrel. Call
an 1 examine. Xo trouble to show rock's.
Corner of Madison and Front Row,
mylO-lta s - Merrtraan'e old stand.
8-.--aaiMtattnnBBnBBnnaai 'tnf' HI i" 111 '&'ittfn"ifmy't'mii is "ir
f affst ltfls bji fitsvaffj
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MEMPHIS.
New Tariff Regulations.
WASHlitGTOS, Msy 16. The Treasury Department
has issued additional regulations for the collection ot
Customs under the new tariff. The old regulations ap
plied to the -section of 1S22, Tbe rules for action are not
specially designated on the schedule ct the act of 1S57,
except where the law has been modified. All articles
which are not susceptible of clsssifieatlon will be liable to
a duty ot 15 per cent. Oa merchandise In public store,
tr in transitu, or under bond from Istof July next, will
be subject to a duty of one per cent., which will draw all
from consumption to duties rassed by the act of 1657.
Wool estimated at 20 cents at port duties on exportation
does not Include purchasing- commission or charges, as
Washington, Msy 16 The Cabinet hare under con
sideration the' appointments for Appraisers for tbe re
spective Custom-Houses. The result has not yet trans
pired. Walter X. nsldeman, the editor of the Louisville
Ccurier, has been eppilnted Cullec'or ot Louisville.
Edward J. Hough has been re-appointed Collector of j
Alexandria, Ta. Passed Assistant Surgeon Homer, of
the Xavy, has resigned.
Vessels in Distress.
Charleston, Msy 16. The ship Tarlet on, -from
Xew York to Xew Orleans, put IctoXasana In distress.
Further from Brlgham Yoiinj.
Washington, Msy 16. Official dispatches have been
received at department, which warrant Ihe b-:ief that
Brishsci Young has fld from Utah, but his place of refuge
Is at present unknown. He was In treaty with the Indi
ans for a sate conduct through their territory.
Ex-Jnstice Drummond has arrived here for consulta
tion on affairs of theTeriitory.
- .T-C' . - .
' Farther from the Mlchi-nn Sufferers.
Detroit, Msy 16. The citlzecs had to raise the sum
of $5,000 tor the relief of the starving people in Gratlol
Health of Senator Butler.
Washington, May 16. Senator Butler, ot 6outh
Carolina, Is reported la Very precarious health, and his
death Is dally expected.
Sailing of Steamers.
Xew Tore, May 16.pThe steamers A'orM Star, for
Havre, and Htrassn.jfjjrBremen, sailed to-day, carry-
ing out smair amount ox-rpecie. Among me passengers
of the Ktrth SaVwas' thRcv. Richard Xewton, of St.
Paelie Church, Philadelphia.
River News and Slarkets.
St. Lons May 16. All upper rivers rising.
Louisville, Msyl6. River falliEgjsIr feet water
on the falls. There has been an auction sale cf 16,000
bushels corn for heme consumption; prices averaged 96
XewTork, Msy 16. Cotton quiet; sales unimpor
tant; Middling Upland, 13 He; Flour and Wheat firm;
Corn quiet; Provisions straly; Bacn quiet, 11 (gll.Sc;
Hams 10?,' to 11c ; Sugar buoyant ; Rice 4&5k'c ; Lard
firm ; Stocks firm.
Ciscisati, May 16. Flour rather qu!ct, sales $8 90
07 CO ; Whisky 29X329K ; Mess Fork $23; Bacon Sides
FJll SAL.E A GREAT BARGAIN.
CTi CORN TKRLOT 103 feet on Jone's Avenue and
pigvva 170 on Roberson street, near Col Dupree'a resl
rjiJJ'l d nee. Also, Storehousa and L-ase oa Court
HAL street. Apply at Xo. 6 C-urt street, to v
myl0-2w J. W. TTATSOX.
P. H HEINEIOH & BRO.,
WHOLESALE and retail dealers in Fancy and Plain
Candies, Cikes. Fimts, Preserves, Jellies, etis We
ave fitted up onr fine -.
ICE CfiEAM SALOON.
aadaroneir ready to serve the cooling luxuries to all that
glvd us anrall. myl2-d4m i
OPEXESTG OF THE MAMMOTH
ICE CREAM SALOON,
Odd. Fellows' Hall. .
LROCCO takes pleasure In announcing tohls patrons
and the public in gcn.-ral that he has at a great
expense procured the above place, and is now ready to
serve the cooling luxuries tor which everybody knows he Is
fatuous. To sua. to tbe entertainment ot the public he
has eaaage4.tlie celebrated Mechanics' Brass Band.
ClerJt's Sale of Real Estate.
BT vltue of a Deciee ol the Law fide of the Common
TLaw and Chancery Court ot the city of Memphis, at
tbdOtarchrierm. 1667. in tbe case of R. 8. Chew et. at..
exparto, I will sell to tbe highest blrider, at public auc-
tien, injroni or my erace, itormeasi corner of Court
StUare, at loo'cloct a M., on SATURDAY, the 13th of
uoe, 1507, me following cescri&eaptoperiy, to wit:
Twenty-One feet of Lot 192,
Situated on Main street, In the city of Memphis.
iermr One-third cash, the balance In one aad two
years, with Interest from date.
-.MARCUS J "WRIGHT, Clsrk.
myl6-'d By A. J. -Wheeler, Deputy Clerk
Clerk's Sale of Real Estate.
Y virtoe ot a Decree of tbe Law Side ot the Common
Law and Chancery Court of the city Memphis, at
tbe Marct. Term, 1857, In the casecf Ja. RcbTuson. et."
als , ex parte petlti-jn. 1 win rejl to the hlgfiesVbMder,
at public auctloa, on the premises, on THURSDAY, the
25th day ot Jcnegpext;' at 10 o'cloctA. M , the following
aescrioeu properly , io-wit : a
A Let of 20 Acres of Land,
SltnaWd near the Hernando Plank Read one mile from
the corporate limits and bounded en the Xortb by Walker
street, South by Trigg street, Bast by Orleans street.
West by lands or Dy. Walker. Said land Is subdivided
into PITB LOTS, each containing a beautiful building
site, and ms of IL well timl ered. One cf the lots is
very well lnprovsjTand contains a good and large frame
dwelling bou'e. Arnore particular description and plan
af tbe lota can be seen at ny effice, or by calling on Jas.
Kooin.opn, Kq. on me place.
Terau One-fourth cash, balance In one acd tw6 years,
wita interest from date.
MARCUS J. WRIGHT, Clerk.
myl6 td . By A. 3. WHRELER, Depuly Clerk.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY 1
AT 25 PER CENT LESS
Than Any Other House in the City of
- .r Y slock comprises ttelargestandmot varied assort
IVx ment of JEWELRY ever offered liftbe city, con
sisting ot the latest and most fasbicntble style of
and PLAIX GOLD
Bracelets, Pins andtEar Drops!
JEROME'S" CLOOKS, of every style and pattern.
PLATED WARE Castors, CakeBaskets,Knivcs,Spoons,
ACCORDEONS, FLUTINAS and POLKAS
FANCY NOTIONS, of every description.
Which I shall dbpose of at wholesale and retail at
Xew York prices. THOS. J. HARRIS,
At Locke's Salesroom, 262 Main street,
mylt-ly Mtmphls, Tena.
STOLEN 1 rem the subscriber, on Wednesdav
night last, a SORREL HORSE MULE. Xo
marts except the brand of a C or horse-shoe on
me right shoulder. Any crson that will detect.
the thief and lo-ige him in jail, to that I can get him, I
wi 1 pay the above rsward. S1MPSOX AIKEN,
mayl3-lw Brownsville, Tenn.
O. FLOURNOr....M. T. COOPER.. ..R W. LEAKE.
NEW " FIRM.
THE undersigned beg leave to announce to their friends
and the public that they have formed a co-nartner
ship, for the purpose of conducting a wholesale
Grocery and Fonraiding Business,
At Memphis. Tfsnessee, In Ihe houe recently occupied
by Messrs. Pavldson, Ellis & Blair, Xo. 195 Main street.
They Lope by strict attention to business to merit and
receive a Hb.ral share of pstronage.
Orders ailed at lowest ra es, and cn as eool terms, for
cash, as if th purcha er were present Quick sales and
smal' pr fits will be our motto. Call and examine our
stock before purchasing. Xo trouble to show grtceries.
We intend to mak it to tbe interest of eltv dealers as
well as country merchants to give us a share of theft
patronage. FLOURXOY, COOPKR & LEAKE.
ropcrly Near the City of LouisTille.
A HAXDSOME COUNTrBESIDBXCE, with
in thirty minutes- drive of tbe city, with
eighteen or forty-five acres ot Land, accessible
fry the Turnpike and Railroad, and within one
mile of the Agricultural Fair Grounds The improve
ments are all new and of midern style. The Land Is
ot thebestquallty Thli place Is well suited as a sum
mer residence for a southern gentleman. For further
particulars apply to Dr. J. M. KELLER, Memphis, or to
J- W. 1SRKDEN,
myl2-datw2w Real Estate Agent, Louisville.
Embroideries, Laces, Etc, Etc.
I AM offering again, through Mr. SANGER, a variety
of LADIES' FASOY GOODS, at usual low prices,
snch as Otdlars, Sleeves, Sets, Mils, Yells, Robes, etc..
Real Laos, Valenclens, G impure, black and white, Eng
lish Lace, etc etc.
Ladies are respecifnly Invited to call and examine
them G. B. LOCKE,
myI2-l w. Auctioneer and. Real Estate Broker.
HAVE YOU. BEAD VIYIA?
Mrs. Southworth's Last Novel!
rls for e ale at
myI6 GEO. PATTISOX & CO'S.
FACTS FOR TnE PEOPLE iDqutre within at
my!6 GEO. PATTISOX & CQ'S.
rp HE RAXGERS AND REGULATORS OP THE
A TAXnA A thrilling work. Is for sale at
rails GEO. PATTISOX & CO'S.
THE LIFE OP TAI-PIXG-WAXG Can be bad at
my!6 GEO. PATTISOX & CO'S.
npWO YEARS AGO By Chas. Kingsley at
I mTie GEO. PATTISOX k
GEO. PATTISOX & CO'S.
HANSFORD: A TALE OF BASCON'JS REBELLION,
By St. Georgo Tucker, at
my!6 TGEO. PATTISOX & CO'S.
THREE HUXDRED boxes, 'K and M box, Star Can.
dies, for sale by .1
marl7 ' HAXCOCK, CLARK & CO,
Burnett's Oriental Tootli ITasu
THIS elixir for the Teeth and. Gums combines, in
concentrated form, the most desirable clean-irg -and
astringent properties, at the same time it contains noth
ing which can possibly Injure the most sensitive-ana
It irrcsts decay of the teeth.
It enrescanker In the mouth.
It acts as a detergent after smoking.
It renders the gums hard and healthy. ,t ,
It neutralizes tbo offensive secretions. of the monlfi,
It Imparts to the breaths fragrance peculiarly ann
matic and pleasant.
It has received the sanction and patronage of the most
eminent ot tbe de-ta, and medical f acuity..
Prepared only by Joseph Burnett & Co., 41 Trcmont
For sale by all Druggists, at fifty cents per bottle.
For sale by S. MAXSFIELD h. CO., and dealers gener
ally-' Pi'lce 60c. and $1 per bottle. mylt-datwlw
G. A. Leonard, the'proprietor of the South
American Fever ent Agve Remedy, makes a boll offer
to the afflicted, aad we think he is perfectly safe In doing
so. It is notning less man oueriu uus uuuuiiu uwmi.
to the first ease, after satisfactory proof that his remedy
failed to cure the Fever and Ague, when taken according to
the directions J and from what we know of the article, he
might with safety offer a thou,and Instead i0f a hundred,
It Is so certain in its operation, as the cartlflcates prove,
and so cheap only one dollar per bottle.
THE STAR GALLERY now offers for exhibition the
finest collection of OIL PAIXTIXGS of any Gallery la
The IMPERIAL PHOTOGRAPH Is one of the leading
plitures ot the day. Made only by PARK ic PJP-
The HALLEOTTTE the most wonderful picture ever
made can be seen at the Star Gallery. Made at no
other Gallery ia the city. Go see them. myll
ff?i?" Dyspepsia, Headache and Indigestion,
by which all persons are nme or less affected, can usually
be cured by tat lag moderate exercise, wholesome food.
and a dose of Bo:RnAvz's Holland Bitters, one
hour before each meal.
We call tlie Attention
OF oar readers to the advertisement of Prot. WOOD'S
HAIR RESTORATIVE, In another cjlumn. We have
tried It ourself, and can testify to Its utility as a preser
ver of that beautiful ornament the hair. Of its modus
operaadi we know nothing, and doubt whether any one
else does; but of Its effects we do know. "We believe It
to be an important Item to old bachelors and widowers,
whee: hairless pates are In the way of wedlock. Try It,
gestlemen. LovirclUe Timet.
To be had of O. J. Wood 2c Co., 114 Market street, St.
Louis, and of druggists generally. my7 dsw2w
White Teetli, Perfumed "Breath.
and Beautiful Complexion,
CAX be acquired by using the "Balm or a Thou
sand Flowers." What lady cr gentleman would re
main under the curse of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the "Balm or a Thousand Flowers" as a
dentrlfice, would not only render it sweet, but leave the
teeth white as alabaster? Many persons do not know
their breath is bad, and the subject Is so delicate their
fi lends will never mention it. Beware of counterfeits.
Be sure each bottle la sigsed,
FETRIBGE & CO., Xew York.
rjFor sale.br all Druggists. ap!7-decdly
Memphis and Charleston R. R.
At a meeting ot the Board of Directors ot the Mem-
Phis and Charleston Railroad Company, held at Huats
ville, Ala., on the I9th February, 16S7, the following re
solution was unanimously passed ;
Retolved. That in accordance wtth the power and au
thority given la the fifteenth section ot tbe Charter of
the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, the Beard ot Di
rectors cf said Company ben by declare that all stock-
ho'ders who do net pay out fully the stock they hold In
said (XmpaLT, on or before the 30th day of June next.
4 bat the. same will be forfeited to the Company, including
all stock wholly or .partly unpaid; and the Treasurer of
each division of tbe Road be required to give notice to
that eflVct, from tba lstot April to the 30th of June next.
X true copy ot the minutes.
W. B WALDRAX,
Treasurer Western Division.
MEJIpnisApril 1, 1S57. api-td
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair-Dye.
GRAY, RED or RUSTY HAIR dyed Instantly toa
beautiful asd Natural 3R0WX or BLACK, without the
least Injury to hair or skin.
Fifteen Sleialt end Diplomat have been awarded to
Wm. A. Batchelor since 1839, and over 80,000 appli
cations have been made to the hair ot his patrons ot bis
famous Dys. Prejudice against dying the hair and whis
kers Is nnjnst, as It would be against covering a bsld
head with a wig.
-WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR-DTE produces a COlOj
nnt ftftlnFTit.bed f mm TmtrjT. and ta -iw-7TIt
net to Injurs In tte least, however long It may bs con-
Made, sold or applied, (In nine private rooms.) at tee
Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, Xew York.
Sold In all cities and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
d- The Genuine has the name and address upon a
steel-plate engraving cn four sides of each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR,
233 Broalway, Xew Tork.
EJ- Tor sale by S. MAXSFIELD & CO., and Druggists
7 ' VT
.. -DTUSTL AFS'
Hardeman County, Tennessee.
TUE undersigned, having recently purchased the above
well known watering place, is now refitting tbe same
and putting the buildings, grounds, et-In as complete
order aa any Springs in the southwest. The' location be
ing in the healthiest portion of Tennessee, and easy of
access from all sections of the country it is believed that
theso Springs will, tbe coming season, present to the
seeker ot pleasure and health attractions second to bo
others In the Union. The water is of the best quality,
possessing fine curative qualities, and the proprietor will
spare neither pains nor expense la rendering his guests
comfortable during their aoiourn with him.
The means of acces to these Springs is very easy, they
being situated directly on the Railroad from Memphis to
Ballvar. 2K miles from Bolivar, and sixty from Mem
phis. The cost of reaching tbem from Memphis Is ealy
three dollars. Persons visiting tba Springs can leave
Memphis in the morning and reach them by noon ; and
leave In the afternoon and reach Memphis for supper.
J. C. EADKLMAX, Proprietor.
P. S la addltloa to tbe other attract! ns of the place,
thero willbekpt aflneband of MUSIC to enliven the
guests. " - J. 0. E.
. , A NEW DISCOVERY.
THE many evidences adduced In this city place It be
yond doubt as to the permanent cure of CONSUMPTION
in allot its forms, by tbecont'jiutd useof Dr. SLEDGE'S
HOABHOUND I ECTORAL. CROUP relieved In one
minute. - apll
For Spring and Summer of 1857,
ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Cassimere HATS, re
ceived at WHEATOX'S, 75 rrontV Row, where those In
want of a superb and fashionable HAT will please calf:
Constantly on hand acd receiving the largest aad finest
stock of SOFT HATS In the city at
feb24 WHEATOX'S. 75 Front Row.
TnE Congressional Globe for the First Session of the
Twenty-Filth Congress, acd also the First Session
of the Thirtieth Congress, for which other numbers will
be exchanged or a liberal pi Ice given. They are wanted
to complete a set.
Inq.nl-e at this office. mj3-dlm
PORTRAITS TRUE TO LIFE.
HAYING returned, after a' short absence from town,
to my Studio over F. H. Clark & Co.'s Jewelry
establishment, in the Marble Block, I will be most happy
to wait on all who may favor me with their orders.
His Portraits shall be true to life.
ap21 WM. FRYE.
Iiittlo Rock;. Arkansas.
THE subscriber having recently purchased the
ANTHONT HOUSE from John Collins, wishes
to Inform the public that he will be pleased to
see them at any and all times, and contemplates
adding, renewing and refitting tbe whole Establishment,
and hops to give general satisfaction.
my9 lm WM. H. DAWSON.
firn CASES Bleached Cottons, on hand and sor sale by
XiOU JAMES LOW Ic CO..
41S Main street. Lonlsvllle, Ky.
Bfn R ANA WAY from the subscriber, at Bowie's ttV
jSr Point, Tunica county, Mies., three negro men,
''- TOM, black, aged about 23 years, about llTe'v'1
feet eleven inches high, thick under lip, and rather slow
of speech, weighs about 175 pounds.
GEORGE, black, aged about 24 years, about six feet
high, we.1 made, fine countenance, and weighs about 160
WILSON, black, aged about 22 years, about S feet 9 H
er 10. Inches high, weighs abont 150 pounds, has a slight
defect m cis walk as if his feet were sore.
If taken out ef tbe State, and lodged in Jail at Mem
phis, I will pay the stave reward. It within the Stati,
aad secured so I get them, fifty dollars
E. VT. DALE,
marl8 dawtf Sowlev's Paint, Tunica eunty. Miss.
Strayed or Stolen.
ON i the I7th, 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 Toward will be paid for tls dellverr to
as, or information so that we can get mm.
my3-tf PHELOX & FARRIS.
FOR AiDERMAIf. .
TO THE VOTERS or MEmPhis : I accept the oall
nude upon me to run for Alderman In the Sixth Ward,
ana if sleeted, will servo the pnple faithfully.
myl6-te r. h. PERRY.
S3" WE are authorized to announce HUME F. nil.L,
r.ca , aa acaiuiuaic jur re-eticiion to ins oflloe cf Ke
WE ate authorized to announce Mator GEORGE W.
niauaut as a canmaaie lor uccoraer at the ensuing ran
nietpai ciecuon. ap25
FOR CITY MARSHAL.
WE are authorized and rea nested to annaunee ENOCH
EXLOE as a candidate for City Marshal, at the ensnisc
WE are authotized and requested to announce FRAXK
BYRD as a candidate for City Marshal, St the June elec
WE are authorized to aanounce O. VAX DAMPEN, as
a canoiaaie ior vuy aaranai. myo.
WE are authorized to announce JOHX SMOOT. as an
luuepenoeni canuuaie ior utty Marshal m6
WE are authorized and requested to announce JOHX
iLiusiisursas an independent candidate for City Mar
shal. at the ensuing Election. myS
WE are authorized to announce JAMES O. REIN.
HARDT as a candidate for tho office of City Marshal, a
the ensuing Municipal Election in Juno next. marlS-ts
FOR CITY TAX COLLECTOR.
WE are authorized to announce VII! IfNnKfi. WOOD
as a canaiaate tor tn- oaice of city Tax Fdiirctor.- my7
FOR CAPTAIN OF DAY POLICE.
WE are authorized and requested to announce Captain
W. C. CADSEY as an independent candidate for the office
of captain or toe Day Police. ap25
WE are authorized and icduesled to announce Jw F
JOnXSOX as a candidate for re-electlcn to tbe office of
Captain of Day Police, at the eatulng Jrrneckations.
CAPTAIN NIGHT POLICE-
WE are authorizeiLto announce FELIX G. BUTLER a
candidate for Ciptalncf the Xlght Police, at tbe ensuing
eli-ctlon. ap26 te
, Refrigerators;.! ''
SCHOOLEt'S F-tent Kefrrgerators.'f.Oie'Tfcst la nse)
of every variety, for sale at Manufacturer's prls.
by mylO McEIXXEY & CO.
" TcKIXXEY & CO. are In receipt of a large number of
J.VX Ic Boxes, pr steamer Wm. 'alrd.
LEBMIS' Patent ComMnatlon ot Shower Bath and
Washstand. Also, Wardrobe Shower Bath, for sale at
mylO A iics.IN.NEl &. CO'3.
A VERY desirable article for breaking lea, for sale at
mylO . MeKINXBY & GO'S.
IXTY-FIVE pieces Canton Mattings, 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4
wide for aria at
mylO McKIXXEY Jc. CO'S.
GEO. FLAHERTY &BRO.
mcdern and antique Cab!-
Init VnHillnM 1 J ..IV- ,
I-3J stock. 460000, consisting "
of a variety from a plain Kitchen Table to the most ele
gant and elaborately carved Roswood Parlor Setts, In
Carpets, Curtains, Floor OU Cloth, Mattresses. Looking
Glasses, Ottoman-, Frsmes prepared for Pmbroidered
Covers, Re'rigerators, Shower Baths, Water Felterers,
ke , Sash, 500 1 H Walnut Stairs Banisters always kept
Pianos Tuned I- city or country, by an. experienced Pro
fessor, by i-aving your orders ai the same famous old
comer cf Main and Union streets, Memphis.
ap'il uEU. FLAHERTY & BRO.
PIANO FORTE, FURNITURE,
Carpet and Certain Rooms.
Co., Lighte, Newton &
Bradbary; Rnswood, Ma
hogany and Walnut Parlor
and Bed Room Furniture, Sofas, Divaus, Bureaus. Ward
robes, Secretarie, Cottage Ma ble Top Bed Room Suits,
and a large assortment ot Common Furniture.
Spring, nalr. Moss, Cotton and Shack Mattresses made
to order Oil Carpeting, from thiee to eighteen feet
wide ; Tapestry. Brussels and Common Carpets. Trans
parent Shades and Curtains, Carpets. Curtains and Cor
nices, msde by an experienced Upholsterer. Looking
Glass and Picture Frames made to order Pianos tauwl.
and all kinds ot Musical Instruments repaired by expe
rienced workmen. H. M GR03YBXOR,
Main street, between Madison aad Mas roe.
S. rOWLCES S. C. MOUNT T. J. rOWLKES.
FOWLKES, MOUNT &. CO.,
Cotton Fa ctsjrs,
P03r OFFICE BUILDING, JEFFERSOX-ST.,
" MEMPHIS, TEN.N.
CfTORE COTTOX in a Fite rroof Warehouse. Ibsu
O razee 25 per cent !e,s thsn aay bouse In tbe city.
S3" Cotton In store placed under Insurance unless In
structed to the contrary.
JTj-Cotton consigned ta us'on ged steam, keland
flatboats covered by our open policy of Insurance, unless
otherwise expressed iaace of Bill of Lading.
S3-Orders for BAGGIXG. ROPH AND PLAXTA
TIOX SUPPLIES solicited from our patrons.
Agents for the sale of the celebrated Premium Tay
lsr Cotton Gin," manufactured by demons. Brown &
Co.. Columbus, Georgia.
ITehavr supplies ot various sizes ia store, and will
take pleasure In showing tbem to tbote lturai-t-'of a
Gin. Planters would do well to caU and examine lhetP fffzt'Htive Vig-,"? '' to.wei
Rlnt before nnrchailnr elsewhere . iaw I1 ' ,an". nE" . meitlog point nt. to be
Gias before purchasing elsewhere,
,We esteem them the best Gin we have! Tver seen In
qualities most desirable, viz: speed, light draught and
making a superior sample of Cotton.
myn-bm r FOWLKES, MOUNT Jc CO.
CASES assorted Cot dial n store and for sale by
H. n. POTTER, Maln-st,
. Third door North et Worsh.m House.
CASES Lemon Syrup Just received and for sale
II. II. POTTER, Main-st,
Thfr) door Xoith or Worsham House.
Cn A CASKS Kyieett's Ale In store and for sale by
OjiJ U .- IL H POTTER, Maln-st,
myl . Third doorXerth of Worsham House.
HAYING receive the Agency for Memphis, we can
supply the trade with the various styles, In white
and colored, of the
Celebrated Holmes' Patent Seamless
Whalebone Hooped Skirt, . .
Acknowledged by all ladies of Judgment aud good taste to
be TnE HOOPED SKIRT, postessing all the requisites of
fashion, beauty and comfort combined; besides bring re
commended by the Medical FaCjIty of repute In the cities
of Philadelphia, New Yotk ami Boston, where this skirt
takes the precedence over all others.
FOR SALE Steel, Brass, Whalebone and Rattan
Hoops. LEHMAX k CO ,
FROM the subscrioer. on the 2d lnstaat. two
m.r. f TTI VI ml.m .1.. - v - tinu. . .t
tne other a dark btv: bath hae, m.rt.ne rr.r?
neks I the. bav baa old shot nn h,r rnr. tMt
I will give "aiiberal reward for their delivery to me, o:
any Information so that I get tbem?? - --
myi2-tf JAS M. WHITE, Memphis.
LEA & PER-ftUVS'
ot a Lettr from a
TO BE THE
AND ArLtCABLS TO
TO HIS BROTHER
WORCESTER, May, '51
Tell LEA it PER-
RIXS that their
SAUCE is highly es
teemed In India.aodis,
Irvmy opinion the most
p.latab'.e as well as the
bat is made.
The nly Medal awarded by the Jury of the New Tork
Exhibition for Foreign Sauces, was obtained by LEA k
PERRIXS for their WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, the
world wide fame ot which having led to numerous Imita
tions, purchasers are earnestly requested to see that the
names of "LEA k PERRIXS" are Impressed upon the
Bottle and Stopper, aad printed upon tbe labels.
Sole Wholesale Agents for the Unite! States.
John Duncan & Sons,
405 BROADWAY, If. Y
A stock always In store. Also, orders received for di
rect shipment from England. my9-ly2p I
XOOKING-GLASS & GILT FRAME
OLD Frsmes re-gilded, Looklqg Glas-es re-silvered like
new. All work warranted.- Oil Palntinzs and Pic
tures oa hand tor sale, Washington street, below Theatre.
W. E. MILTON.
26 Madison Street. Up 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.
560 YARDS BLACK SILKS!
Black Satin Stripe Grenadine!
FANCY. GRENADINE ROBES!
BLACK. AND FANCY BEREGE ROBES I
Inticli Sills. X9zOt3SOf3 !
GUTTA PERCHA SKIRT CORD !
FLOSS SILKS 1 FLOSS COTTOX I KNITTING COTTON I
Just received and for sale low for cash. Dally expsctcd,
3,600 Yards Summer Prints I
myl0-dtwaw2w J. L, TAYLOR.
FOR RENT. .
"pHREE, rooms np-stalrs. ;ApplT -at Xo.' J69 Main
X. streetDetweea wasningtoa ana AUams.
rayU-lw , L ' E. WOLFF,
LEHMAN & CO.
jborncr Mam and Jeuerson-Sts.,
HAYING purchased our Stsple Goods prior to tho
advance la Cotton, we at prepared to sell plain,
striped and plaid Osnaburg. Brown and Bleached Domes
tic, ana in ract an kinds of heavy Stanle Goods at old
prices. Brown and Bleached Domestic, froil five cents
uu up. a ara wiae eea I HIM Brown Domestic only ten
cents; fine do twelve cents.
Our stock of FANCY GOODS Is complete, having a
wj iarsB ana run assortment of SHks, Organdies,
Lawns, ic. Onr "White Goods we pay very particular at
tention to, and can sell Swiss, Jaeonw , Mull, ttc.,&c , of
'crjruc&tnnjiiuesaLDrlcear&nemar fiom t-nfAflrtr
Every one should examine our HOSIERY, and mn
especially our SHOES, which we have munfietnml tr.
order and can warrant. Wb v has nt wnm tmirnf
FINE KID BOOT! J, linen lined, faced with while, klik, at-i
i -jprrpair - - p23
naving'the Agency for
'-c Wheeler & Wilson's
SELL them for the maaafacturers at their prices, ad
diag f reijh. aad insurance.
We ha7e also tho agency for
Singer & Co.'s
REMIUM SEWING MACHINES.
Both Machines can be seen In operallnn In tba .ilk- .rut
oonnti room or our store, stitching, seaming, hemming,
gathering, binding, cc sewing either the finest of silk
or h avlest cf osnaburg, delng the work cf ten or Cf teea
ladies each day.
we offer a fall stock, agreeing to duplicate their eastern
bills. Please examine our goods and prices.
sp23-Imdaw LEHMAN & CO.
Small Stores," "Candles," &c
Bureau of Provisions and Clothing
April 13. 1S57.
TJROPOSALS sea!d, and endorsed "OOVr I.r Smah
X Stcrts," or "Offer for Candles," or "Offer for Salt
water Ssap," or '-Ofier for Mustard Seed, BlackPepp'r,"
&c, as tte case may be. wi 1 be received at this bureau
unit 9 o'clock A. at. cn tbe 13th day of Mar next, far
tarnishing and delivering, (on receiving twenty days'
notice,) at the United States navy-yards at Charlestown,
Massachusetts; Brooklyn, Xew Tork, and Goscort, Vir
ginia, such qaantitles only ot the following articles, (ex
cepting the salt-water soap and the candles, for each of
wnrcn separate proposals ana contrails will be made,)
at may be required or ordered from the contractor by
be chief of this oureau, or by the respective command,
log officers of the said navy-yards, during 'the fiscal vear
endlft30-hJane, 1558, to wit:
Boxes, shaving, India rub- Blacking boxes of
Combs, coarse, India rub
ber or suitipercha
Combs, fine, India lubber
Grass for hats '
Razors, la single cases .
Raxor straps, Qrdway's
Buttons, navy vest
But tons, navy medium
Buttons, navy coat
Beeswax, Iri fourth-pound
Cotton, s poo's of Xos. 12 and 16, 903 yards each, 3 cords.
tndkerchiefs, cotton, fast colors, 32 by 30 inches.
wusm on ms iuaa - ox. earn, texture o by o to n
Needles, sewing Xos. 1,2, 3 and 4, drill-eyed, betweens.
Ribbon, hat, best French black, 12 yards to the piece ;
width, 1 H inch
Soap, having. in cakes ; each sake not less than 2 or.
bilk, sewing, wue-Wack, wrapper nor to exceed 2 ox. to
Thread, blaek and white, Marshall's best quality
Tape, while Haea, 4 yards in length, H inch, wide
Tape, Mack, tallied cotton, 6 yards In length, H lacb
Thimble., 8-10 aad 9-10 diameter
WHITER-SALT Water Soap Separate bidor 150,000
Tee soap must be. manufactured from cscea-nnt oil.
asd be of tbe test quality denemiBated' white salt-water
roap " and be delivered ea sixty days' notice, In good
itmn, hA, .Tiant rnrtA a - f .tf InanO
tion, the boxes must be hooped at each end. at the ex
pense of the contractor. The price to be uniform at all
Candles Separate bid for 70 000 voutidt.
Tbecaniiies'muit be American manufacture, of crime
.-i'-Sfrd stearinrVxicaad'es to the pound, 8 1-10 inehe
less than 140 decrees Fahrenheit.
The wick mast be
braided, and composed of 73 cotton threads of tbe best
quallly.of .No. 27 yarn The candles to bo delivered on
ixty days' notice, In good boxes, containing aboat 38
pounds each, and the box to be marked with the con
tractor's name and the weight of tbe can-Mrs.
Mustard Seed. Black Peppeji, k$.
Separate bids for all that may be n quired fonthe use
ot the navy, to be dellv.red at Xew York oaly.
Mastard seed, American, brown
Pepper, black, Malabar
Bottles, octagoa, for mustard andt-epp-v
Corks tor bottles
All the foregoing articles must be of the) best quality,
and conformable In all respects to tbe samples deposited
at said navy yards and la this bureau, and subject to
such Inspection at tbe navy yard where delivered as the
chief of the bureau may direct, the Inspecting officer to
be appointed by the Xavy Department
All the articles to be delit ered free of any Incidental
expense to the government, In proper vessels or-.pack-ages,
and the price of each article must be the same ar
the respective places of delivery. Packages In which the
above articles are delivered must be marked with their
contents and.the name of the contractor, and be sufficient
to Insure their temrorary safe-keeping.
The contractor must establish ager.cles at such stations
other tbaa his resldeace, that no delay may arise In fur
nlshlug what may bo required ; and when the contractor
or agent fails promptly ta comply with a requisition, the
Chief ot the Bureau ot Provisions aad Clothing shall be
authorized to direct purchases to be made to supply the
Lleiciency, under the penalty to be expressed la the con
tract; the record ot a requisition, or a duplicate copy
theteof, at the Bureau ot Provisions and Clothing, or at
either cf tbe nivy yards aforesaid, Shalt, be evidence that
such requisition has becn'made and'received
Two or more approved sureties, lufa sum equal to tbe
estimated ameuntof the contractA-wjll txi required, and
twentrper centum la additlon'wlll tirwltbheid from the
amount ot all payments on account therecf as collateral
secur.tr, to secure Its performance, and not In aay eveat
to be paid until It Is in all respects compiled with ; eighty
per centum ot the amount of all deliveries made will be
paid by the navy agent within thirty days after bills,
duly authenticated, shall have been presented to him.
Blank foi mi of proposals ma; be obtained on applica
tion to the navy agents at Portsmouth, Xew Hampshire;
Boston, Xew Tork, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk,
Pe..saroIa, and at this bureau.
A record, or duplicate ot the letter Informing a bidder
ot the acceptance of his proposal, will be deemed a notifi
cation thereof, within tbe meaning of the act of 1846.
aid his bid will be made and accepted in conformity with
EverfTifler made mutt bs accompanied (as directed in
the act.df. Congress making appropriations for Ihe naval
service for 1846-'47, approvci lOih August, ISIS,) by a
wrlttlen guaranty, signed by one or more responsible per
soasrto tbo effect that he or they undertake that the
bidder or bidders will, It his or their bid be accepted, en
ter Into aa obligation within ten day i, with good and
sufficient sureties, to furnish the supplies proposed. The
bureau will not be obligated to consider any proposal unless
accompanied by the guaranty required by law; the com
potency of the guaranty to be certified by tbe navy agent,
district attorney, or the collector of the port. t
Tbe attention ot bidders it called to the samples and
description of articles required, as, in tbe Inspection be
fore meptlon, ajuet but rigid comparison win be made
between the articles offered and tho samples and contract,
receiving none tba' fall below them ; aad tbelr at'entlon
is also particularly directed to the Joint resolution at 27th
March, 1S5I, and to the act of the 10th August, 1316.
MEMPHIS INSURANCE COMPANY,
Sam. Mosby, Prea't; Ben May, Sec'y.
OrriCE ON JEFFERSON STREET.
A. O. HARRIS,
T. W. WlLSINSON,
Q. O. ATJCINSON,
J. O. G been law, T. H. Allen,
J. J. BAWLI3SS.
mi7 4f -
T)Y virtue of a deed In trust executed to ma the 15th
Jj day of March. 1S65, I will sell at public auction to
the highest D-uner for ussn. Jts .io.-s is, io, -za, -a; oi
H W nill's sub-division of original county lot Xo. 611,
as laid out by Wm. Crane. City Engineer. Tbe above
lots win be sold on the premises on the 28th day ot May,
1857. B. B. WADDELL,
GJEAELES N. ERICH,
FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES,
32S MAIN-ST., WEST SIDE,
(SOUTH OF UXIOX STREET,)
HAS Just received a large-assortment of EUROPEAN
LUXURIES, such as Prussian Ceese Breasts, Bruns
wick Sausages, Eel In Gelee, Pcfei de Foiet d'Oiet, de
Canard, de Secattet en Truffe. Green Vegetables, con
sisting Of .Asparagus, Beans, Peas, etc.; Anjovlsh, Hol
land Herrings, Limburg and Sap Sago Cheese, French
Chocolate, German Prunes, Rhenish, Hungarian. Mosel
and French WIXES, Cove Oysters, Lobsters, Sardines.
Sauces, Pickles, etc . aud general assortment of FANCY
Many of tbe above articles are tor the first time Im
ported into the United States, and can be had In Mem-
pM" U.NL.I Of UUA3 Xi.JUUUU.
To the Citizens of Memphis.
rpHE undersigned purposes establishing a Southern
JL Paper In Xew York, aad desires particularly the ea.
eoursgement, and support of the clt zens of Memphis, and
of the State of Tennessee.
I shall for a few days remain at the Worsham Hou-e,
Nid.willatake It as a special compliment from the friends
of 'the"enterprie."lf they win send me their names as
subscribers to The Southern Herald. Subscription $3.
ray "" X. A. RAMSEY.
.... -t MjLjt ' a
DOCTOR W. C. CAVENAUGH,
HAVING permanently located ia Memphis, offers his
services la all the branches ot his profession to the
citizens ot Memphis and vicinity.
Office cn Main street, (West side,) between Adams and
Washington streets. In Stevenson's Buildings. apt 83m
L. Q. C. LAMAU c. It. 3I0TT.
LAMAR & UIOTT,
ATTORXBTS AT LAW, Holly Springs, Mississippi.
DR. fZXXER attends exclusively to Surgical Diseases,
sau as Piles, Fistula In Ano, Strictures, Stone in
Bladder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumor, Polypus, Diseased
Bones and Joints. Delormlties from Burns. Halr-T.tu.
Contracted Tendon from loss of Lips, Cheek, Xose, Eye
lids, &e.. Closed Jaws from Salivation, and all other (Us
ees aad deformities requiring Surgical aid.
ea sep20-dtwawl yla
MM AJWD EtH.
DR. FEXNER also attends to all Diseases of the Eye
and Ear, acd Is prepared to Board Fatieata from a
C3 Office on Main street, la Walker's Building, resl
lichee on uourt atreei. sewo-dtwawlyina
B. B. BROWN, I C. W. FBAZER.
BROWN & FRAZER,
A TTORXEYd AT LAW. Offices Xo 258 Main atreet
JL over Benson's Music Store, Memphis, Tena., aad
ueraaaoo, isoto county, miss, will attend promptly
te all collections and business entrusted to tbem la West
Tennessee and Xoith Mississippi.
Refer to Train. Bro. k Co , Philadelphia ; Crouln,
HanthallJc Sears, Walter e Stclnlein, X. Y.J. w. B.
Miller, Jones, Brown ft Co., W J. Webb k Co. . Mem
J. W. COMEGYS,
HAS Just ret cried fram a tour through
W the Northern Cities, where he acquired ail
the recent improvements tn the scierce of
He la al.o authorized to sell licenses aad Instruct- snch
ot the profession as may wish a knowledge of D. . Albert
A. uiaaiy'a Caeoctastlc mode of inserting Tee.h.
Any letters addref jejlto hlp-at Samei rills scd'Browa;
vlll, will meet with ptrapt attntm ntVB-Im
DRS. CHIDSEY k LEWIS would call the
attention ot the pnb'tc to their new method
of laserllng ARTIFICIAL TEETH, by
which the natural expression of the face
is restored. Persons In w at ot full setts ot Teeth. Ar
tiCctal Palates, or have unsatisfactory work are invited
to call, as we are satisfied f rem cxp rience that we can
DR. C. CniDSET, la returning his sin
cere thanks to the citizens of Memphis and
it. virility, for the very liberal patron
age bestowed upun him. would Inform
them that he has associated with him tn the practice ot
Dental Surgery, Dr. E. H. LEWI3, a gentleman of skBl
and experience. myl-lm
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
r Mea's aad Youth's ciothing,
.Hats, Shoes, Saddlery,
L.O W FOR CASH!
Wholesale and Retail.
tT. TM TAYLOH,
r 181 Main Street.
THE subscriber has just recetvea. acd .ff.-rs for si r, a
Use aisertmeatot Men's and Youth's Clothing and
Furnish eg Goods generally, embracing, not every grade.
tyle ana duality known, but a very extensive variety of
COATS, SniRTS. nALF HOSE,
PAXrS, DRAWERS, SUSPEXDKR3,
VESTS, UXDER SHIRTS, GLOV1S,
RAGLAXDS. COLLARS. B. OTS
SACKS. CRAVATS, GAITERS.
HAXDK'CHIFF3r STOCKS, SLIPPERS, etc.
Low f sr cash. .
ap2S dtwaw-2m J. L. TAYLOR Mala-st.
f Guns and Uiflcs.
LOT of Guns. Rifirs, Pouches, Bass FlasksHorns,
l. Sic, of supernTr quality, oTered a Vfost an t charges,
-a. f n-CAa ttim tj.t j
for cash toeloso the lot.
3 L. TATLOR, Mala-st.
Shelby Oonnty Farin for -Stile.
J- I OFFER lor srle upon easy terms tbe larm
I... inownas the JOHXSOX PLAGE, situated oh
jjfi the Germautown Flank road aad the Memphis
iilL aad Charleston Railroas , about eleven miles from
emtibis. Ihe tract contains 207 H acres. 125 acres
Qeared under a good fence, and In fine cultivation- Good
dwelling with seven rooms, cistern, stables, gin bouse.
etc . all tn good order There is on the place a choice) Ml
of Peach. Pear, Quince, Plum and Apple trees tn bearing
To a goad purcba.er a great bargain will be given
G. B. LOCKE.
myl-tf " Auctioneer aad Real EstateProker.
MAGNIFICENT ARKANSAS FARM
WE offer for sale a very superior trast of 1050 acres
of Land oa tho Mississippi river. In Mississippi
county, Arkansas, one mi'e below the town of Osceola;
5-1 acres ot tbe land is In a high state of cultivation, and
50 acre, of timber deadened Tbe tract is entirely above
overflow by meaas of a levee, aad drained by bayous or
natural ditches. W w ll sell a great bargain for half
cash in this valuable Farm, as tbe price we, ask, as we
are Informed, Is far below the market prlce.of lands of
equal valneJMMr. B B Hardin living on aa adjolninr
I lantallon, win take pleasure in showing the Farm to an
who wish to examine. For terms, &c . address, -
J. L. k R. W. BROWX,
my9-dtwawl a 44 H Cherry st., XashvHle, Tenn.
THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REIEDV FOR
DISEASE OF TnE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OFAXY KIKD,
FEVER AFO AGUE,
SUCH as Indiget)n, Acidity of the Stor-aeh, Colicky
Pains, neartoum. Loss of Appetite, Despondency,
Costlveness, Blind and Bleeding P.les. In alt Xervous,
Rheumatic aad Neuralgic AfiVctloas It has la numerous
Instances proved highly beneficial, and In others effected s
This Is a Durelr vegetable compound, prepared oa strict
ly scientific principles, a'ter the manner ot the celebrated
Holland Professor. Boetdave. Because of Its great suc
cess In most of the European States, Its Introduction Into
the United States was Intended more especially for those
of our fatherland scattered here and there over the face? of
this mighty country. Meeting with great success among
them, I now offer It to the American public, knowing that
Its truly wondeerf ul medicinal virtues must be acknow
ledged. It tspatllcularly recommended to those persons wbose
constitutions may have been Impaired by the con tin none
use of ardent spirit,, or other forms ot dissipation.
Generally Instantaneous In effect. It finds Its way directly
to the seat ot itfe, thrilling and qaick'ning every nerve,
raising up the drooping spl.lt. and, la fact, Infusing new
health and vigor tn the system.
Xotice Whoever expects to find this a beverage wO.
be di appointed ; but to tho sick, weak and low spirited,
It win prove a grateful aromatic ctraiai, possesseaoi
singular remedial properties.
The rreat popularity of this delightful Aroma hss In
duced many imitations, which the public should guard
a i alast purchasing Be not persuaaea to ouy anytnmg
else until yon have givea Boerhave's Holland Bitters a
fair trial. One bottle will convince you bow infinitely
superior It is to all these imitations.
S3- Sold at I per bottle, or six bottles for $5. by the
BENJAMIN 1'AtwE, JU., & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
53- Sold ia Memphis by 3. MAXSFIELD k CO.;
also by WARD tt J0XE3 aad G. D. JOHXSOX.
Over Two Thousand Bottles of
J. H. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED STRENGTHEN
IXG CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER
and the de
mand Is In
that has so
tor this rem
edy. Is ew
ts. Taoussnds of weak feeble and debilitated persons in
tbli city have been made healthy and strong by taking It
It Is the best alternative la the world, aad the only
remedy that will purify Ihe blood, and at the same time
strengthen and Invigorate the whole organisation.
It will effectually cere all complaints ot ths Liver
Stomach or Bowels, such as Liver Complaint, .Headache,
Biliousness, Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Lost
ot Appetite, Nervous Diseases, Faintness, -Weakness cr
any disease of tho Womb, Kidneys cr Bladder ; and re
move yellowness or sores from the skin. It Is a sure-
pretentlve against Yellow Fever, Chills, -Ague and
Fever, Chs'era. or any prevailing epidemic There Is no
mistake about it.
5T5- Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction. Try
It It Is very pleasant. It leaves a delightful aromatic
Savor la tbe month after taking it.
J. H. McLB AX, Sole Proprietor of this Cordial.
Also, McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment,
X3 Principal depot oa the corner of Third .-Jtd Piss
streets, St. Louis, Mo. For sale Is Mtmphls, by'
G. D. JOHXSOX, Agent,
co trer Madison and Main tree's,
Aiso, by S. MAXSFIELD Sc CO.,
febS-dawly Wholeoale Druggists. Memphis
AdHiiniatrator's Notice. -
ALL ps sons having claims against the estate of the
late R. C. F. Duncan, will present them at once for
payment, and thoso Indebted to said estate will call aad
pay. B- B. wADDELL,
ray8 M Administralox.
jpplar H acllefi
Leaves on WEDNESDAY, May20tb at 0 P. sr.
Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati.
GLENDALE..J. BreiiER Mss'r; X. Tt BoartEB, Ct'k.
J. TniS magnificent passenger and.freigf t
eft packet, win leave for the above aad :l
Intermediate ports as above.
For freight or passage apply sn board
A. C. WTJBZHAOH. Areai,
my!7-3t Xo 3S Front Row,
Memphis, White River and Nspoieoa .
U. S. MAIL PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, L3Conii & Concorffia:
STEAMER KATE I'fQS,
JOHX T. SHIRLEY, Master... .WM. TvWOOD, I3erk.
i, THIS new, splendid and last steamer,
Si having been purchased fer tie' Packat
Trade in place of the James Laagnfln,wur
Bmntinue regularly In the trade, leaving
Memphis every MOXDAY and FRIDAY at 2 o'clock r.
if., punctually, connecting at apoieoa wish n ac
Arkansas river boats, uklag freight and passenger to
White river at regular rates. Returning, leaves Xapo
leon every TUESDAY aad SATURDAY, arriving at Mem
phis Sunday and Wednesday evenings.
Thankfi.' for former patrocare, the owners hope to
merit a-coriiauance of the i ame to their new boat, pre
mising strict attention to business.
LAYALLETTZ k MORRIS, Agents.
Xoticx to SHirrzBS. The"Frtsbe8" wtR receive
freight uattl one .'clock on Mondays, and during the en
tire day Thursdays, aad until one o'clock Fridays.
A T, Lavallette, late of armo' LavaHetto &. Morris.
J. T. SlIISLEY, laie of tbe Kale Frtsbee.
E. G. Davidson, late ,f Padocab, Kentocky. i -
LAVALLETTE, SHIRLEY & CO.,
STEAMBOAT AND RAILROAD
.A-Gr3. 1ST T S
Comiuission & Forwarding Merchants,
Office Xo. 51 front Rov emd Court tlrett .
Warehouse oa Water street, WaK?s Block.
CF. MORRIS, Ksq.. having retired tram the PJo
a neerFina" la tbe Steaavboa: Ajancy bastnesaot
" LavaUette k Morris," the undersigned have asseetaled
thamult far lrf 1ranrfKin .P a He. a ia.biaaai Bit haH
read Agency and general Ctmraissiua ana FWwardHg
business, and won Id res,ecttnlly ask the p.trenage of tbo
aumeroaa. friends of tbe old firm, as welt as these lately
connected with it.
Oar friend Morris leave us to locate at Dnnyw1n
Point, where our steamboat frrtB let want ef wo-if, will
find " Charley " ever ready to welcoiae them at tt te-Red
Promising prompt attention to all business: awxastid,
to us, we respectfatty refer to the awrehants aad sMrper s
of Memphis aad the Great West.
LA V A LLETTE, SHIKLe.! at tU.
It will be seen from the atx ve "ear " that the under
signed withdraws fram the oH firm ef LavaHttte Jc
Grateful for the kind patronage treat the geseronraixl
wsrtty boatmen of oar port asd river, aad to our ctttans,
whj have always exteaded their iaAaeaee aad fastsrs. I
resign with regret, yet solicit a cootinuiBet of the gesaral
favor from beatmea sad shippers- my sat.
Messrs. Livallette, Shlrly 4c Ca. Tbo former has. been ,
my associate for .ears, and is la evtry way worthy ct
lCMessrs. Sbir ey .ad Davideea, late of tbe steamer Kali
Frlsbee, ce-.d no cemmeadattoa, since to every bastarsa
man of our bloffs tb-ii mer U aa asaetaat hasiaess men
are known posted in a,I the r-qoind daties as Agents, I
sudially commejid them to the pstreaageof aBpacirla
who wlb the infiueaee of eawtteaas and oMutng mes to
represent them. Resfw4fatly,
ap3-3m CHAS. i. awmiB.
Yaluahle Property . on Shelby,
Yaace and Main-sts. forTsale.
I OFFER tor sale on reasonable-ternis-,tw Boas s sad
Lou, fronting 50 feei eaih oa the i aat side ot hatlby
street by 145 feet deep to aa alley, .be Soath lot bavmc a
front of 145 feet on Vance stre-t. Eh lot has a fl-.e
relef e- o' eight rooms each, kitchens, cuteraa, etc, all
In perfect order. a
Aibu. L on North side aace, street, jsast ot aaavr.
40 feet f root by 10O feet deep
Also, Two Lots oa Xotth side of Vance street, w sv oi
Main street. 22 H feet frost each by 189 feet deep.
Also. Four Lots on Man street, 2o feet front eacaoy
100 feet deep to aa alley. The Son h oo which has a.
front on the Xortb side of Voco stre-t 160 feet.
The abose property Is located In oae etlhe best aeJBa-
berhoods in ihe city, aad is increasing ia value mare rap
idly than, aay other residence property.
It. 11. LUVya-J!.,
myS Accttoner sad Rea Estate Broker.
YalUable. Ne'groes for Sale.,,
4aniuiv x T, . I' i.. . . .-. Vm nT
V-) and Virginia, amoag Jhe aastber three geod Me
T chanlcs." . X. B. ptiRBEST,
-a- mir7-tf " X. l Adim street. .
. Wanted Inuncdiately,
A GOOD GARQKNER libera, wag- pakt Apply la
Office on Bank Avenue, 1st coor mm jsaatsoa-a..
CASES Fancy Prints, new style, aa hand and for
sale by JAME 4 LOW i. CO..
mar31 41S Main streets, M-HsvaaewKy.
-f a a CASKS i ancy Lawns, oa nam rur sate wj
1UU ' JAMBS LOW k CO.,
nur3l 413 Mai, street, ltvwe, n-y.
. r BALES printed riencn jacoB--aa.vjjy naHnjosw
10 styles, oa hand aad for sale by HF
JA-Jir. wit uv.,
ma'31 4IS Mais street, LeaisvM, Ky.
, CASES Crepe D'Jtspagne, assorted culors ;
I I case Satia Striped and ChallU L.
1 caselFlgared and Challi ; oa band and for SaMfcv
JAMBS LOW k CO.,
mar31 413 Mala street, Louts vf Ky.
r CASK3 H lWijege, 1U case jseso. DDBsaaswi
23 for sale by JAMES LOW k CO .
marSi 13 nam stre-r, lAStsvtaa, &y.
Linen Pant Stuffs!
rn OASES Fiain anaxwureu uatn rauioioti,, m wu
0 U and for sale by JAMES LOW k CO..
mar3I 413 iiatn street, ianvate, h.j.
Sea Island Brown Cotton!.
-inn BALES Sea Island Browa Cotton, on aaea aaa tor
IUU salely JAMES LOW k CO..
mar 3 1
413 Main street, Lualsville. Ky.
r r BALKS stripeu usnaourgs, on nana asu ior nm aj
id JAMES LOW Jt CO.,
iaar3l 4ia a am street, toassvttte, ivy.
To all whom it may Concern.
AXY peisoa or persons wno uar a tas cerriiroic,
which was lssue.i by Thomas C. Bieekley, Tax Cat
i.tor for Shelbr coaaty. Tennessee, for tbe year, 1S65,
and which certificate was issued either on ar after tba
first Monday, being the 7th day os Jely A D.. 1553, to
one Daniel Hcghes, for Lot Xo. 40, la the city of Mem
phis, 5th Civil District ot Sbelfy ceaaly, listed, reported,
advertised and sold in the name of Pat Baanoa." fat
State and County Taxes, on the 7th day ot Joly, 1856, and
struck off to Daniel Hughes for the sum of twelve dol
lars, in tbe towa of Raleigh, are hereby notified thatS
aey Y. Watsn. at his eSce Xo 4, Walker's Buttdtegs,
Main street, Menu his, Tennessee, la reaay aaa aaxraes to
nCeem the same in the name of the undersigned; owners
ot said Lot Xo. 40. from any persoa or prisons who have
said certificate or any other certificate tor said lot. Dan
iel Hughes dees not give the name ot tbe person to wham
he transferred it, and if the bolder ef It dees not make
him or herself known In a short time, ra-asures wig, ba
taken to prevent thejax Collectors f rota making derlffar
It. JOHN 3 FKARSOX,
my7-dtwaw2w stuai.! r. waiaua.
SEVERAL In trcnt of the Gayese, others on Vance,
SheOy, DeSoto and Beat streets.
The owner has determined to make a complete sale ot
the aboe Lots, and having but a limited tame to rtmalsr
tn Memnhis. he wlHdisnoseot tbemuptn such long Hew
and easy terms, as are rarely afforded in a oly haviag
the present and prospective growtn or ini. i ne aropeviy
is sitaated In the most prosperous and raphHy aaUaafag
part of the eity is all sunounded v.lth handssme arid
reeeat improvement, aad curaprisa many of tbe most
beantif ul resxlenca Lots witatn tee ctiy umits r reea
the 20thtoth--2Sthof MaY, the proprietor wl.l be at
the office of Wm. & Philip H. Thompson, where he wUt
be pleased to meet purchasers. On the 23h of MAY be
will sen at auction every Lot or wmcn ne ts possesses as
Memphis. A list of the Lots, with tbelr location, as
numbered on the map of tbe city, together with tho
terms of -sale, will be advertieea for a week meceenas
Ibatdiy. ap39-te1 W L VAXCB.
rWILL sell to the highest bidder, on the 2Sth-day or
MAY. 1S57. at the .ate resldeace of Wm. M. 'Dsn.
decM. Horses, Mules, Cows, theep. Hogs. Corn and-Ptd-
der. Ox-wagon and; Team, Farming utensus, urasiaata.
and Kltch-a Furuiture, and other things too numerous to
Terms Xotestsix months, satisfactorily endorsed.
payable la Bank EMILY F. DUXX,
Hats! Hats! Hats!
BLACK, Drab, Pearl, White, Brown, Gray, Far Palm,
Canton, Senate, Straw, Leghorn. Braid, Silk French,
Malaga. Canada, Klcaragua, Fanama. Ariaa-a. sc,
ow for cash. J- L. TAYLOR.
I WILL sell a bargain la ibree and cue-halt
acres ot Land, with a hoaseot tlx rooms, kttxh-
'ril .n and servants rooms. The Mouse ia lust-fin
lshed, and built la the most spprovi A style, sit
uate! near Memphis, on the latd formerly occupied by
Dr. E P. Walktus, on Jackson street extended. Apply
sooa to JaI. PSOVIXE.
e. W. CHERRY
D. B. M0LXOT,......O. n'lIAILZ,
Memphis Life and General Insurance Cemp'".
(LATE C. W. CHERRY kCO) . -
Exchange and Bank note List.. "
Xew York Exchange Hl pren
Land Warrants highest price
Louisiana BaakX tes .........par Hp-eat
Northern " ... Pr, Jtprcra
An unen treat moaev bought and sold Arkansas
Swamp Land Scrip bonsht and -old. myl
WHITE SULPHUE SPRINGS,
Hardin County, Tenn.
(SECOND SEASOX UXDER THE MAXAGEMEXT OV
THBWHTTB SULPHUR SPRINGS wtl! be opened en
the 1st June nets, for the accomSredatlon of"B.y
friends and lire pnMle. 1 have a large lee House) fu of
tee. An excellent Band of Music -will be In attendarca
during the en'lre season. The Depot wll be at Barns
vtlle, on the Mempb Is and Charleston Railroad.
I have midj arrangements with Mr. J. T. yildtsteT,
who wm have plenty f fine Coaches at-teaDepoit-All
can rely on -nla'gthrough dlr-ct tbe same day"th-y leave
MemphH. He will also have fl e Baggies nd Carriages'
at the Sprlags.
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