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.'THE DAILY APPEAL.
NOTICE IO A5P1RAKTS FOB OFFICE AND IHEIR
v ; FE1EKD3. . .
AVfeattqicxB4ids.tet f or mcnlcipal cr minister la
iSZ-m, awl the rejtsltes tnertlo, re charged at thU cfflc at
the rat of $1 per seaare. Snct advertisements most t
aestssuparstt wolh h ccih to tccurt attention.
flfc are indebted to the clerk of the
Datfi WMle fer late 9DtHe pipers.
13?" We are lieb.ed to Mr. Lowe, clerk of
tbeteataer Mattie Wayne, lor a packxgeof late St.
g- The clerks of the steamers TFInetow
tad H JL W. HaX, has eur thanks for liU St. Loai,
ass Xew G-rletai papers.
K3 We learn that Mr. Dug in, who wai
tfc01 if x mm named Woods, about two weels ago, 1
lyteg ! a very c.iMcil co&diUon, and fail lite is despaired
tS5- A maker of the Delegates appointed
lkfbbataaaJAOte. asMw; be number Jangs Hi IX
sad OA. CeCERELL, leave on ibe cars tbi! morning.
X -IjIrVWillUl llx.ua.1.1, wi ijuuiguuai
iRUkAldlr Wednettliy evening, and stepped
at io Wturf -Bit xsaaet. Be left last evening ou tbe
s rc Bveii WMte for bis heme.
The Delegates to Charleston
WW take atlas, tkstttbe trains wHl leave the Depot
mi il tfff e'laarri n -f . n ---,-t III hoped
tiatt wm lrry.
A. H. DOUGLASS, Mayer.
A ft. Press fob Sale. We know of
priarttae: si si n located in one ef tte handsomest and
viSxeii in Tennessee, having a coon
1 aaVvarttsieg astern, tha. mar be
sweat ass wst are regarded as reasonable terms. Ap
pHeaeB Mfkr sss4 tbreajb e irrEALi.
City Shoi. Ex ebcises. There wilt be gome
UluiilHiE-' Trn-tfTt in that port f tbe Cily Scbooii
tfc-nOE attfce Kavr Tard, tenlar. B'jtoBing at 11 o'Ci.
At the dese at fte rectutkiBS Dr. Vebkill -JB deliver
te the ssapBs a alMrt lectareeB Atmespleric Air.
Strawbekkt Suffer. There was a large
atUMeaee at 04d FeUows' HH, lait ereniBS, and tbe U
41m efShePfesbrterlan Cbnreb reaped a baotlMae re
watS tar their exerttoss la twbaHof riibt. ABeUersnp
sr tt strawbmles and cream iH be siren at tbe sanse
Sjbbx Death. The dead body of Mr.
F&A2HC Shascs. a or Dr. Shasks, s bewsgiitto
this a) from les Arc, Arkansas. Mr. Shaxks, as we
Imib, kk toM deatb hj tbe aocHental diecbarge of a j
Mri. He was atost twentr-sae years of age. Dr.
Shaafes as atMcat Inn tbe city, at Jactseo.fcst bas been
tetessrsetMd and istotaed of tbe tat event.
The aeasm cto3Ed at the Theatre on
WtSsusUy atafeteait. Messrs. Smith, Dickmott and
Zsoijsh, saesfter ef the new canpany, bare made a
great sstaay warm frseads'tlsrtng their sbort sejarn,hi
er etty, aad ireeaetBet tbat if rsgaged for next seasn
tmtrsA sattMactiMireeMbe given.
Tb Chaklestos Jubilee. It ssems that
,atj- thwee ears arrived from Asgcsta en Wednesday
nirtnt. aad as Still Is esnsidereil a f nil train; ne other
ears -MH be attached. It was SBderstood last evening
at the aeettBS, that tr of tbese cars weald b reserved
far Mate and the gentlemen wee acceapanled them..
Fresi this it vH be seen tbat It will be very tcessary
te trt asether extra train from here en Satnrday
saesatac esse seas er tke detegites will find theniselres
"had hex " when tbey get aboat half way en their
tiers tr- -
At the meettag or he. City CoaBcil, on.
WSsay attesseen, it was nndrrsteedtbat a tialn of eaia
..nil s4rt tresm sere en Sttsrdsr, and aJo en: en Sen
stay JocOhsrtrntsm; bt frem the aetlen ef tbe meeting
la asht It wetddeeeta that this plan bas bean cbanged
assl that the entire sMegaeton wSa hsve to depart en Sat
ni Ssj n 1 1 1 So an who are going to Cbsrleston will
sdeaee beer this ht Ktatd. Of ooe thing we are d'flrstn.
ki aresa of thcMegataon, that the arrangements wbieb
Hi i a mlttcs. iieSii1i I leettvealDgsiake to-day, will
ke satsh as te ensnre the entire detegatlen treat ilempbis
arttessrCharieetee at tbe same time. It was stated
test sfkfht that taple arrantaeats wenel be taade, and
ttii jden i W easHr be carried tnte eSect We hope tt
As OprsXEKT's Opinion of Us. A cor-
at Btwwni rMs, lean , writes the .f ew
isg Bote, tmt mederatten aad tmati) which bav. In
bit sllsHsiylii iilejsrr mnlr-1 1 shall be
iillj iSjri1nil durtBg tbe present and all fnln-
ualtMS Trwltfsjg te the forse and tfflcacyef fact and
arsaetit, and addresstBg esirstlf ee. te the lntellifeocr
d jwtiMkm et evrresderr, tbe Appeal can ver
ceil tts atoasu with "lew slang and vnlgxr abase.
WhHe, thtserere, daiiBg the present canvass we may be
expected te sy eetne tilings wbicb will net be alt gttber
teorptabte to oar ' American " saberiber, still, If he
wkl do s thejavar te read the Appeal dispassionately,
we are sesraMegether without bepe that be msy ka hefie-
WutsEJ. XditwHs : Bsteg an AQerteaBaad witblag
teer the r rry werif that can be said against ear parly
totha tBgcaava's, and knewieg that yon will do It
wloheist tbat lew siang and valgar abae so resnran to
S9trieefscf be4hparUs, I enclose yea eae dollar,
which I sswese will pay for the WEEKLY APPEAL un
to the Aagaet esceatoa. J. F. T.
x Col. GoOebell, or the Commercial. It
wl besets ttfa 'the feBowteg reselalien adeemed by tbe
City tBecassf-.Oaarlesten, en tbe 12th last., that tbe
caros asKlspeBbeart: reception extended by Cel.
OCESELL te ear distingalsbed visiters from that city,
a tbeoe-Mtsaef tbelUBroad JoWKe, wasdaly sppre
tiated and bandeeaely sckoewlrdfed. lltose'f a Seath
Caisttntan, OU CocsaELL wett knew Low to receive and
i-tttlahm tbe gentkmen from his own State who honored
-sts with their com pany :
Meretvtd, That the liayor be reqaested to convey in
tttaG.e tersaa to Mr. D. CocEiELL. Proprietor et tbe
Oomeaerctat Hease, Memphis, the thanks of the Otiy
O-BCil x Chartesleo, for bu cearleeas olcitad, and
tr his tftlWtlrir attrn'litr- r ren4er bath agreeable
aed eneafertahie daring their recent sojoarn noderbtt
" That Same Holland" is "Death on
Csws "This sMstagsslstrtdteeivHBal, whose expert
ess as nt aas gissg horses is proverbial, and who perpetra
ted seave w.esahed ps reoeatly at a K new-Nothing
jew.ww," is at in yestetdsy's ljle and EhtpOrer
an she crats aaesiiesi. He has Uken a decided stsnd
thR. aad we hope bis txertlcns writ be crowned
Srtthssmst. At My Tale, "that same HOLLAND
is stow ia tbejISfVz, aad as his object is net to murder but
:ts (Bdaoe Ms -reales, by a tptetes ox aasanaeas, to tern.
-Bt it elms' c we win net crotr over bftm if be is t suc-
cesstai. For the benefit ct saflWiCg bataaally and the
rertrt saaaklBd," we transfer tbe commantcaUen to
the Appeal- Here B is
Death OS Crows Take a horse hair two Inches
t- is a kaat at aae ead. ma it through a grain ot
. . tkrmw the crilus broadcast over year farms
. en wattsw the- crain the balr sticks oat at
.i. ,t .i niise l rKattra aad iafisramation.
to enmmit saicide br clearing bis
. ..ii.r mil i rwi banbeg. Let tbe world
tFHw the resatdy. Let every paper threagbout the world
a satatth the fast.
THAT SAME HOLLAND.
TWmpsji, May 28, 1857.
- .nt.vsToH Celebration. In pursuance
B Grates is the city papers, a Urge aaaber of genUemen
R. Q. BrB 8 s jM.gjtes to ChariesUn, assembled at the
rJlOhaaibsrUst evealng. On metisn, Col. Joua
H. P. OSark A5S wis cilKd Io tbe Chair, and H. TlLMAJt
M5T,t! seereUry. Mr. fcWAYHE moved the appoint
Ceet a Catattte.cf seven to arrasge a Programme
' , t fl.teaated exeurtlen. The Chair appointed
J T. SWA1-KE. A. STREET, W. PARE, A. WOODRUrr,
J P PRTOS.J. L STRATTOK, and W. HOWARD said
r.illii wbomade the foMowtag report :
Th- Cosnmivtee appolated by the Chair ta saggest ed
cms for ihe delegation ot cltUens to Charleston, beg
Kave-te report the foHewisg :
Ctrirf Martha! Col. James A. Carkes.
1st AtiiilMt Siarthat Col. J. T. Trexevast.
st Auittar.t Marthal Col. J. T. Swatne.
The CoKte art leave farther to recommend tbat
' the Mayor ef the city be regarded as the President and
Chief osBcer ef an the different delegations from -nem
uhts to Oeariestea. Also, last tbe Msjtr and officers of
the dtfferest delegations be requested to arrange the ptc
gt aatsae far Sfce vatK to Charleston sad publish tbe tame
tartfce EvntitK Xivi and the Saturday mornias papera
jfa ftMSjt tbit all the deiegates be reqaeeted to meet
it tt Depot 'at E sresviy7-tcts7,
jt ieirt e the oetettte was ree-lred, and cn mo
tto adopted aaaarisaeasly.
nesaatieaat Osi PRVOR, U wis
ireevred.Thatthe Mayor and chief eatsc-f tbe dlf
. , rraaesled t wait on the Soperlu
tTlimt of the M aad C. E- R- (Cel. AyrerJ early to-
BierrewfFsssUrJ xaosBKig, and request him so tc ar
.A. d,.i. ta Cbarlestoo as to cany all
the diitss threagb s much tnd as near together as
, Oa Bsothsaet Mr. Harhs, It was
Jieeefrrd, That the lalies who ga to Chatleston be con
ftdered a varioi tne rvsmar nimu..uu".
Osv raetton tbe roeeUng adjoumd to meet In Charleston
JOHN L. SAFFARANS, Chairman,
H JTJLMAK, SeereUry.
" " Attention, Delcsates to Charleston.
At aseetlngof the De.egatIon of tbe dlffereat Fire
Cinies. ot tne cny oi aiuiM,, v- ....
. t-.j T4..I irit!rratsiefytbe Fire Dtpsrtment
t rth.rie.ton. snnesr Jnthe unlformof
, .h tier i .well re cempsales en this evenltg. at,f o'clock at
' tit HiSUaMBviMWe Fire Company No '5; and. that he
.. -Ti.- .v. r.vn or Del. rate be tben-cioKa aim
WeWate jsbMMieg blmseif .fromrtbst place at that
IMfCbrstrKken fenai t6e roll, uniew excuim vyw k.
iBTJMe ground by the Grand Ma-snai.
F. BAXTER, Giand Marshal.
3. E. CHADW1CE.A G. M.
X- B. SANDERS SeCy. D. it F
t -.,,;ye3i - . .-i;, .greagr . . - -- jjiii, ,,11,1,1,;
TO;ASSOCIATED PRESS OF aiKMPHIii.v
Arrival ef the Black T-rxIer.
Kxw ToBE, May 21. The sttamer Slick Warrior,
from Havana, has arrlvtd, brlngiug dates to the 15th.
There was a report current that a steamer was hourly
expecitd at Havana bringing orders lor an immrflale
attack on Vera Crni.' It Is found thxt the Sugar crcp Is
SO per cent, shorter this than lat year pils are tend
tag npwards. Stock la Havana and Matauxaa 270,000
Invitations Xor Opening tbe Ohio and Missis,
slppl Railroad. '
Cikcissati, May 21. The City Council Lave extend
ed an Invitation tc the PresHent of the United SUtes
and bis Cabinet, Foreign Ministers, Governors of the
several Slates, the Mayors ad Councils of tbe seversl
cities to be presi nt on the 3d and tb of June, to inaugu
rate tbe opening of the Ohio and Mlstlstlrpl Kallroad.
The arrangemints are being made on a grand scale.
Vessel Selxed on Suspicion as a Slaver.
New Orleans, May 21. The CommUsUner has
plataslCaptOwenef Sehooner McLean, under bands of
3000 dollars oa sus ptden rt being a slaver.
Latest from Europe
The Qaeeas saeech says netotlatieBS will, tbe United
States reganHag neaduras have terminated IxvoraMy.
later from Mexico.
New Orlears, May 19 Late pspers have been re
ceived from Northern Mexico, which show th counlry to
besielel. Said the administration ef VWxuni was quite
ppUr. It Is reported that Oonwnfort bai appointed
RaeaBd Osesal General to New Orleans.
Itissald ibat Mexico had lecognlsed cn tbe Slh the-
right of the Tehaantepec Transit Company.
Latest from AVashln.ton.
Washisston. May 19 McCoKoch baidecliBed tb-
Governorship of Utah. Jnage Drammond has not ben
ogered tbe appointment. A Wester man, name not give
en. has been Sired the appointment. Recent Informs
tlon has canted a change of peHey a large bly of troops
are to be sent there, probably under the eemmaad of Gen.
Haruey. The administration are aaxkus to act vigor
ously and at once, with regard to Utah affairs.
Trouble in the Pension Bnreaa.
Wasbisotos, May 20. Much exeHesnent lias existed
f ir several dais in consequence of alleged frauds In Pen-
slunBarear. The Canaalxstoner Whitlag, Instituted en-
onlrr. and fuad the on'y feuniatlon to be, that a clerk
hid extended undue faculties to an agent or uiaims, some i
of wbleb claims ajpear to have been lmprcper'y allowed.
ThecJetk was required to resign.
Letters f rem Dennlson, the Inllan sgent, says thst ths
aoesaats previously received of the depredatlsns of the I
p.-. t be much exareratcd. tbat the Indians num-
berfnspoeo to 4000 were In a starving condition. They
hid eslv rea:iatd on tbe whlfs for sappcetd wrongs
la CoqbcU tbey told Dennlson, tbey did net deny Jhat
sose ef their yeang men were guilty ef misdemeanor, but
net inch as warranted taking tbe lMe of oca of their
cfctetr. Said they were ready te mike treaty, piaetng
them en the same footing as tbe Misseuxlans, Alees and
Sail Ins of tbe Enropa
Bostoic, Miy 20. Tbe tteaaer Eurooa sailed to-lay
with, upwards of a million in specie.
T.nte r from Montevideo.
New Tore. May 21 Advices from Montevideo have
jiew luuk., .
been reeeirtd tthe 27th. The-U. S. mgate ir. xotr
rrnre, was la. port, and the.-J?rfosjrA -was dally ex
WASHtSOTOK, M.r20-For Third Assistant
eers, Maj. W.H. DescaBoe, H. C. DuplaBe,Thn.- Crowin.1
Sim Savsge, Joseph H. Warrington, from Pennsylvania, I
F. J. Liviagstett, N. B. Setting, wra. K, acnejy, iiary
laad, Charles B. EJd, Besi. C. Bamptoa, ef New Tork, j
George S. B. Bright, Wra. L. Walter, o: ueergia r
netrsua, Dlsirtet of Colombia, Ely Heyt, of Masaehn-
setts, John Jtiteti,o: DSswsre,.were an ncammecded
Case ef Coronfr Conner.
New Tore. May 20. The easeof Coroner Cenney has
been.dimused by Judge King.
BOSTON MayW". TheHoase of Representatives .has
adsptsdthe spate's aMress for removal lift; against
S6 - .
Arrival ol the City of Manchester,
vtw Yore. Mst 20. Tbe steame? City cf ifcneAfS-
f bas arrived .with dates. 1 'V 6th", which have been I
Tsesreataer GeerjeLaw, Jer AsptawaM, has been"fle-
liVfU hat leaves te-aaerr w.
Htct:iAS,May20 TheR J. Lsikland passed here
at 5 yet teres r evenins. Tas David WhlW a&r Peter
Teton last nljbl
Klver Ntwi and Markets,
New OrleaJcs; Msy 21 .Safes ef Cotton-to-day TCO
bales ; prices sttn'.'r, fairs ISIi'tt.Reeeists iC0tJes; Su-
jir fl kb at 1! H i Flour better at $. S0(s7 3o; ieuow
OotfT, S6c -y White P2 H er, LatiWn kegs lee.
New Tore, May 21. Cotton Arm; Orleans Middling
HHc; Four StaU
Wheat $l 61; White
SM 3023 tO Chkago Beef $16 60; Lard 14kc; Pro-
viueysnt; Baca firm; Whisky Sugar
firm: Stocka firm. .
CtKCtKSATl, May 21. Fleur very flras, 8787 10
Grain active; Whisky 29Xc; Mess Pork $23 50; Can
vassed Hams ll;c; Sbeutders 10c; Clear Sides 13c.;
Balk Meats EK9c
St. Louis May 21. River rising fifteen f set In the
cbaanel ta Cairo
Louisville, Mey 21.--River rising fast Is 7 X feet
on the falls, and is savlgaWe fer boats of any size; wea
ther ciear; mereory 6S
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K3" The subscrinUen
sitrcia to exec, a xxuici
on tae corner of Poplar aad Main streets, bss reached
50 009. This will be eneagh to organize upen and go to
Third Ward Meeting. At a meeUngheld
at thi Worshaat Honse on Tbacsdsy evening, Slst May,
for the purpose of nominating two candidates fir Alder
men cf the Third Ward, M. A. HaTSES, Esq., was
caHedte tte Chair, and H. L. GciON" appointed Secre
tary. Whereupon, upon motion, Amos Woodruff and
J. White were unanimously selected as candidates
for Aldermen ef the Third Ward.
M. A. HAYNBS, Chciman.
H. L. Cut ON. Seerelarv.
Fsr the MemptHS Appesi.
MR. EDiTOR-iaasmaca as .we uire un
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xor iae wratuinm v. -.-.-.
-IH II V. .,lenf .nd
wise taseleet some seilxbte person for Canal C-nmls-
sioaer. We shall shortly be Messea witn aiacx n oirr
narrfaffrfa from Market' stteet to the Ohio Depot, and I
trust tbat ease eeapeteat person wffl be ereugbt out who
can, and will, discharge the duties of the office.
For Ihe Memphis Appeal.
Ms. Editor: Inasmuch as our Wards are
not repvesealedat the juiiffe,s.iatocemeeaalunaries
ton illawns ta secsest the tironrlety of araeejng, tone
K-n . FiriiKce nail this eveninc at 7M o ckcs, ror
bell at txcaasge uaii, mis eni.i .1 '
ib.naniM uuriine stfireeze ii ara rrsicmis inuy
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win peg their cten expenses ) for the representatives of
said Watds. A meetlsg of tbe A No. 1
men ana isx.
payers Is desired.
First asd Second Ward.
We Bod tile foilOWitrj: in tne Atlanta
jnrcutffcnrrr, 01 1 aij :
TiiERETURJtVistT.rROM Meuphis. We obiervea
In our dty yesterday evening a :como4ive aa train of
cars be onglng to the Georgia Railroad en route tor the
.nr at ai.mnh.il. taconvrv the 6legates frem that place.
to the city of Charleston in a inrougn inm wiuc
tiiritia. whieh are to be civen there la honor of the com
ptHloaertbe Memphis and Charleston Railroad. Two
..1. o.r anriuara and two uti of firemen accoopany the
tram which is under the ccnductorshlp of Mr. Albeit
This train arrived in our city on Wednesday evening.
it will leave est to-morrow morning for Charleston, con
veytag the Mayor, AWermsn Delegates and ladles to that
On tbe 14th Inst., by Rev. James Holmes, Mr. JASPER
N. Jones, et Memphis, to Miss Mart J. Claridoe,
only diagater of Dr. H. Ctarldge, et Cagevllle, Haysrocd
What it is Doing for the Sick. Wm,
Scbuchmsn, Bq.,lhe weil known Lithographer, says;
"I have frequ-utly used BtERHAVE'S HOL1 AND BIT
TERS, and find It InvarlrMy rellsvis Indtastlon ana de
Rev. Samuel Bibcock, ssys: I found specisl relief
treat Hs use, for a severe headache, with which I had long
J. W. Woodwell, Bsq., ssys : " I lave used BCEER
HAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS myself, and leeom-uend'd
It toothers, knowing itto brjast wliat It it represented.
Aid Jonathan Neely, cf Lower Bt. Clair, ssys: "I
.i.,irf ....I Iirnrflt from its use -tor weakness of
the stomsch and Indigestion.1
James M. Murphy, says : " After several physicians
had failed. BfF.RHAVE'S HOLLASD BITTERS removed
th- nila f 10m my heart and side, atlsmg from lndlgea
6. W CUERT,.....D. B. JIOLLOY,...
.C. H HAILZ,
MempHs Life and General Insurance Comp'y.
(LATE C. "VC. CHERRY tt CO.)
Exchange and Bank Hote List.
New York Exchange..
New Orleans "
St. Louis '
LaBUvllle- " ...
,.1 2 pre
. hiirbert price.,
Louisiana BankN tts
Northern " "Vst
All uncurrent tnoner bought and
Swamp Land Scrip bousht and sold.
.. pir pre
sold A'tki insas
TWENTT-nVE kegs Golden Syrup, for sale by
it,ou-t irate o 9s, wo, . rrepoesis si -'-.------ I ii muti.mm fl whodoni t reside
1 S9i Cera baorsat; Mess Pork yard at ( J J
: - j. . -3T-
" Arrivals' sad JJepartares.1-" "
Winchester, St Louie to M mpbls'.
Matlle Wayne, St. LcuU to Memphis.
H. R W Hill, KewOrlesus to St. Louis.
David White, Loulsvlile to Sew Orleans.
- Illver Matters, j
j-rhe Tlver fell eight Inchet daring the twenty-four
hoars preceding ssven o'clock last evening- It was at
about a stand la'tt night, and It will, la an. probability,
commence rising to-day or to-moi raw. The weather con
tinues clear and pleasant.
53-The H. R V. HlIarrlved attiaon yesterday, dls.
charged a Urge quantity cf f rt Ight, and started last
nlght.for St Loul, crowded wllh passengers.
JT The A'lirciid Is Isld up at St. Louis.
S3" The Mattie H'ayne and Jfinchttlit arrived yes
terday from St Louis, within a few hours of esea other.
Both made quick trips.
Q- Tbe LouUville Courier eajs,:
, The river was falling rather slowly yssterday, with
five feet four Inches water on tte f,Ils last evening, In
tbepsss. In hacansl there were eight ftt four Inches
water Tbe weelherysterday was unseasonably cold,
cjld eneugh for frost."
t3- Tbe St. Louis -Yev-s, of Tusdxy evening, ssys
Weather to-day cool and clou ly. River at this point
about atatiouary, with at least twelve fret to Cairo. All
the upper rivers in good boating ordr. and el her swe 1
lng slowly or at a stand. OhloTivrr high and rising, and
Tennessee and Camberland bank foil and rising.
JQr We copy tbe following from the St. Loals
tnjr .Vrwj, of the 19th Inst.
Roc Ulasd Bridge Aoais Tie AraxoniaSunk.
The ofl:rrs or the Henrietta, ibst anlvtd from Dubcqoe
yestdxy bring lnuilrgtne of ths dstrBCUn of another
steambvat. byeomiaBiaco.lislon wlih tbe Rock Island
Bridge. It appears tbat the (ttatnbeit Arazonia, Cap
tain Ilerdman, was retnrnlog from a trip to St Paul
heavily laden, and in attempting to pis through on San
day motclr.j lsst. ber atetn struck one of tbe stone piers
of the bridge with such force t to break the rudder post,
and cause h-r to leak hadlv. As soon, as the accident
hsppene-l, she was rounded In to shore above tbe bridge,
and sunk short'y afterwards in absct ten feet water. She
had on board t the tlms eighty to on hundred pas-en-w.r.
.) fim. down in the ICAtfr Cloud yesterday
TU- jtro-enia was Leavlly Ioadtd-wlth prodoce for ibis
port, the larger portion of which win be lost The boat
wis a new and valuable one. and bad never made but two
trips. Sbewas owned In Pittsburgh, and Insured there
fur a portion if her value.
3-The Little Rrck Gazette, Of the 16th Inst says :
ThBTiw Is ralllnr fast, vet there Is plenty of water
for ordinary sized bosta from this to Napoleon. We have
had great many bjats at oor landing during the past
wek, and trade has been tolerably brisk amoag our mer
chants." - .
Steamer J. P. Tweed Scne The steamer J. P.
Tattd. Captain Clements, wuna rrom v,mauau w
Ty,aiS) struck a rock and tnnk at Portland on Saturday
lat. ohe had descended the FalU ana was attempting
t0 TOUai Xo yraen the accident happened. The i veea naa
on board i valuable cargo destined for St. Louts and point
on the UDoer Mississippi. The boat Is owned by her oO- r
cer5i Captain aements cne-thlrd, pilot Miller one-tblrd,
tnd engineer Webb the remainder. She was an old boxt,
worth probably 10.000. tut supposition is taat see
will be raised
J3 We cup the following from the St, Louis Dtmocrat
ct Tnesdsylast :
A Scao is a Berth Narrow Escape Ths St.
.ichclm which arrived from the South yesterday, en .
countered a snag at Hat Island, which came near killing
eneoMhecfilcers, Mr. E. E. Dlll,areieeted citizen, who
Is very well known, naving been aoing onsiaess in iai
city for tie Alton 2c Chicago railroad. On going on board
we foatd Mr. Dill loosing very paie. ana nis arm, which
was wounded. In a sling . We learned from him that tbe
first Intimation be bad of the visit from the snag was a
consciousness of a pressure under hn, and in an Instant
i, ..,- iki he wis tlne forced unwards.
be becime aware that be was being forced upwards
WUh the quickness of thought, he raised himself up, in
tending to spring out ol bed and escape, but to his Infinite
terror, he found blmseif Jammed tightly In a completely
double position ttw. en bis own and the upper berth. In
which bis sen hadjieen sleeping.
iulnt u,e.do-r. All thik happem d dnrtnr the space of
a few moments, allowing no time for thought or action,
out me oourac oi iuc ons . pi.ji. .---,Tii-rf-ted
"from Lis disagreeable plight with several
,.atcnes trii u nlses, and a shock to bis system which
r.ncrd him to faint reneatedly after hit extraction. The
.door and the ptceling near where his bead was. shew the
ravage committed by me snag, ui neisaooriug room
was alsojbaitered badly, and its occupant slightly hurt.
The sna; on bel-g measured was found to he tnree reel m
uiameler - Its upper part was lorxeu wim me exep
itari of the two room's, no other part of the boat was In-
J a red, and she will not be delayed by the repairs.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL OFFICE,
FntDAT, May 22, ICS;. J
MEMPHIS COTTON QUOTATIONS.'
8 .0 9
Fair, scarce.... nominal.
.m.h ww tt . t m ir-. -! artrl
5000 saleby JAMES LOW at CO
lj-3! gain ircx., xim..ni-t
-. NAVY .DEPARTMENT.
Bureau or Yards asd Docej, May 1, 1857
. . i j
Seal d propyl, for each a... , ep.t y, enaor.
Sllaering at ihe several navyyards named, the materUIs
'"'""u M'.. '. V-"er . rtr.rt rr . .r u
td, to persons umiip u .
l til noon on tec isi i . ut ... ........ . ,
lbelrcommat.a, or oy ; thorlxed by the department. On classes headed 'fmlscel-
by the bureau for any oral the yards ,.Jf"ns.to be delivered as rronlred duilng tbe fiscal
J". ',5 JiilSe
of a firm must nm the bid an. contraci.
. 'TCTS; oherHna'ner" pr
scriVa and be mailed In time to reach their destinatl n
Sireth m expires lor ivt. g them ; no bid v,Ul
te ndered tcftirA .JiaH be reerivti cjln the period
- - - .,...,...1 n
articles onerro unaeribe contract sna:
i - -
rL.r; rir Vo fnanefirceiHiorfJicft'cPV
&0t?V?SXL ,?nTd $'
TometjDi-i ui uitui..vi : '
ington, D. C.
vnrtw nif OFFER
fn ere date the offer.)
, here Insert tbe name cr names cornpo'lng the. firm,)
of (uims the twn ) la the State ol (name me aiaie.j hji -by
uflVr to furnish under your advertisement date (date
I of advertlsem-nt ) and subject to all r qulrements of the
. . . , ih.nr niM scrjexiDie 10 wmm i. . t.. ..
.i mhtimiiii riatu No. (name tbeclas.) for
the nivv vsrd at (name the yard 1 accoroms io saw
sraie, v.z (he re paste on me primeu un "
t r.,.nnitm ejfh in eieiei ice Dricc iuu wiu w
..v, "lr--," -" fl(1ari .nd tents, and foot
i m"" " r.::.. .
t. ,,rM.te amount ol tne oia iorinecii,iiauu.
"." V.i .mnnt In words !
I pr.pse xnj agent, ---;fc",r--
i...i t,r ih a-hn!n?-lforthesuDDlynnder the classes
mlscHlanrous, by a non resident of the place of delivery;
I 1 nquest the contract
and should my offer be acceptea
may be prepared and sent to tne
navy agent tt (name the
agency., f or stgnaturea ....
(Here the nuaer ana eacamemoexo. w
- -- . .. . ........
.rrr.7: "..a n,r.
n5 State of (ntine toe o sie,i iiu i"., "
sntor,,, r,V,. r.:.rv,7,V- iSrar a.
1. . . . . r-t uiih fh TTnlted I
.boTebe acceptea, emerimo aiuiw.
. iivi. fliiwn ,1,.. arier the dateor notice tnr uro
1 iiaira n..u.. - , r-,.i.i -5t be-
the post offlce, of the acceptance of his or their Cuers be-
I . 1.
iic utuiiwu'u. .
witness : ! rthe guaran-
1 fcr , ,. .r.lhl- eniran-
n..t . knilvtl In me t
'.' .vi. fSIenature.)
"""" -r-"V,.7n i
tr K...-n,i hl-ihnrtietrkH tndre. dls'rlct attorney, cj-
lector, navr agent, or some person menu iu iuc i.
Class No. 1 Bricks.
2 u ran it.
3 YeJlow pine timber.
4 Yel'ow pine lumber.
a. rfc.rv a.aer.nrd.i
C White ptne, and spruce timber and lumber.
(white pine seasonea.j
7 Ume and hair.
11 Iron and nails.
15 Paints, oils, and glssj.
16 Ship chandlery.
21 Copper and composition nails
35 Iron castlnzs.
Class No. 1 Bricks.
4 Yellow pine lumber. ,
6 Oak aod hard woe d. --, ...
C White pine, sproce, anl.Jnnlper timber ma
7 Lime and hair. -'
' 9 Gravel and sand; .
11 Iron, Iron spikes and nails.
12 Steel. .4
15 Paints, ol's, and glass.
. 16 Sblp.cBandlety.
17 Hardware. , .
18 Stationery. .-
20 nsy and straw. . .
21 P. 0 vender.
. - 25 Iron castings.
Class No. Bricks.
3 Yellow pine timber..
6 Osk and hard wood Umber
6.-Wblte pine, spruce," and'Junlper.
7 lime and hair. "
9 Gravel and sand. -, '
10 Slate. .
11 Iron, iron, spikes and Ballsy
12 SteeJ. ..?- .,
14 Files. - V-
- ' 16Jslnis, cits, snd.glass.,yr'
1 - 16 Ship cbatdleryr 1-.'V. .
17 .Hardware - .i
, 18-3-atlonery. '
' ' ' 20 Hay and straw,,! . M
21 Provender. " r
1 "- 52 Charcoal.
23 Belting, packing, and base,
it IrooTwork nd castings.
2C Machinery and tools.
appointed, bidder, are ' be made by the patties of tbe first part in delivering all cr
ip , nhove the address, and draw a l.ne unaer tne enaorse- .v'-tide. mentioned li anv class bid for. of tLe
CUsi'Kc-Vl Bricks. - . tt.
-U- i- 3,Tellow plaetlsaber. ..
4'Teltow pine lumber.'. -
6 White oak"' and hard wood...
6 White pine timber.
T Lime and hair.
9 Giavel aid sand.
10 Slate. -
Il-JronfSIrou natU, and spikes.
. .15 PaIbtfi,olls, and glass,
17 Haidware. -
19 Firewood." "
20 Hay and straw. .
22 Chatcoal. '
23 Belting packing, and. hose.
27 Iron floats. ' "
Class No. 1 Clothing.
2 Bats, boots; and shoes.
3 Provislonstv '
4 Groceries. ,4 Jf
6 Dry goods. - "
6 Bread, &c- . t
8 Mtcellsnrsus. '
-9 Dstdware. m'
10 'Iron and nails.
11 Paints, oils, tc.
13 Tools. .
14 Lumber. .
16 Proverdtr.- ' " -ft
17 Excavation "atid. wall:
Class No. 1 Bricks. . -.
3 Yellow pine' timber. - . .
4. YcHow nine lDmber.
6 Osk. hardwood timber, and lumber,
6 White pine, spruce. Juniper, and cypress.
7 Lime and balr.
9 Gravel and ssnd. -
11 Iron, Iron nails, and spikes.. '
12 Steel. -
13 Pig iron.
. 15 faiats. oils, &c.
15 Ship chandlery.
17 Hardware. - '
IS S.atlonry. . .
' 19 Firewood. '
20 Hay and straw. .
21 Provender. r
V2. Charcoal. .
23 Belting, packing, and hose. .
24 Iron' gun cart line abed.
No 1 Bricks. T
2 Stone. .
3 Yellow pine timber."
4 Yoilow pine I ember.
6 White pine timber aml lumber.'
8 Cement. - . r. , ,
9 Sand. w . v. , --
10 Slate. . .
11 Iron, lronniils. ,
12."teel. -- v
" f- . ,
15 Paints, oil and glass. - --
IS Ship chandlery,. ,
so oiaiioucjy. . t-l- s
10 Hay and straw. . ' .
25 Iron castlnga. ' ,. '
26 Surgeon's bouse;
No. 1 Bricks. ,
3 Yellow pine timber.
4 Yellow pine lumber.
6 Hard wood timber and lumber.
6 White pice. Juniper, cedar and. cypress, lum
ber and timber.
9 Cockle shells, clay and sand.
10 Slate. tff,
. 11 Iron, Iron rani and splkss.
13 Railroad JWn'. - ..
14 Tiles. . V- -W " ' .
15 Paints, olls.and glass. ' .
16 Ship caandltry. - '
19 Firewood; '
20 Hay. ,
2i Charcoal. -
23 Belting, packing, hose, txc. "
24 Copper, and composition nails.
25 Iron eastings.
2S Instruiaents, &c .
The schedule will state 'he times within which articles
will be required to ba delivered; and where the printed
schedule is not used, tbe periods stated In It for deliveries
must be copied In the bids.- All the articles which may be
rnntriettd for must be delivered at such place or places,
Including. drayege and cartage to the place wtere used
within the navy" yards, respectively, for which tbe oner Is
made, as may be directed by the commanding officer there
of; and, all other things being equal preference 111 be
given to American manufacture No article will be re
ceived After the expiration of the period specified In the
schedules for tbe rompieuon or aettveries, unless specially
Authorized by tbe department.
It is to be nrovided in tbe contract, ana te ce aisuucuy
enderstood br the bidders that the amount and number
of articles enumerated in classes beaded "miscellaneous
are sDeciOed as tbe vrooaBle Quantity which may ce re
qolrtd as well as to fix data for :eUrmlnlng the lowe-1
bid; but the contractor Is to furnl.h more or les;'of tbe
sal-l enumerate i ruder, ana in ruca cftioniirrri, onu a
such Increase, however, not to exceed one-third of the
nantUles stated, fand rcqulsitlens teit through the post
offlce shall be deemed sum -lent notice,) during the. fiscal
v. OTriincrintrt June. ir'iH i md whe ner tne auiniiiies'
required he more oi lessxoan tnose ipecjn tae DrtEca
shall remsln the same
All thrartlcles under tbe contract must be of the best
nnaiiiv. delivered In rood order, frte of all and every
charge or expense to the government and snblect to the
inspect loa. count weight, er measurement, or tne s-nu
NavyYard-and.be in all respects saltfactori tolh-com-
ir.dint theof Bidders are referred to the yard fr
.I.., .m,.lfl.illAnt Ar tfmnlrl. .nil ltlf fnnherdeifrlQ.
-----.-r for classes be-d'd
near tbe place wbete
be required to nitre
tn tneir propasM a '""JJ "fi 'v",t:
Aparoved sureti-s in ibe full amount .r tne cntraet
w.ti k, r,n!red ind twentv ner centum as additional se-
y". the lratr per ntnra retained may, at tbe dlscre-
. :.. .nd tB. talince feighty per cent,)
iiUbepald by tbe re'spectlve navy agent, wl.hln thirty
i rf.va ftr the riresentiiion er niiis. in iriiuicaic. ouir
days after the preseni
Touch! and approved.
centum ref erved is to le paid untl!
i have been removt-u from me yaru, unress specisjiy auiaor-
qualltyand at the times and places ab. ve provided, then
"d In that case the saldparUes wUl forfeit aid p.y to the
United States, a sum ot money not to exeeed twice the
amount of sue) dsss ; which may be recovered from time
to time according to tbe act of Congress In that case pro
vided approved March 3, 1943.
The sureties must tlgu the contract, and their respon
sibility certified to by a navy agent, collector, district at
tomey. or some otner person satiiiacioriiy wdwh io me
bureau. - ......
It Is to be provided in the contract that the Dureao snan
have the power of annulling the contract, without loss or
dim ire to the government. In case Congress shall nothave
made sufficient arnropiiai ions for the articles nsmrd,or
for Ihe completion oi worss eaumaieu ror. sou ou-wuiui
this advertisement is based, and shall also have tbe power
to Increase or diminish tbe quantities namd in the cissies
not headed " miscellane jus " In the schedule twenty-five
pr.ons whose offers shall be accenled will be notified by
letter through the post offlte, wnicn notice snsu oe con.
tiitared anfTKHe-ntt and if thev d not enter Into contract
for the supplies specified within fifteen days from the date
I or nonce irom mo um" i .iwii.- -
.n.l th- mirintprs of such drfaultrng bidder will be held
I coinrati ni ... - " - - r , . ;
-- - oellnque-ncies.
1 111 niDrinm miae ni nn luiu ui .'.in 1 "i-a wiiiu-
vertlsement wl'l, at the option of the bureau, be rejected
Those onlv whose orr.-rs may neaccepieii wm do uoiiusi,
,ntncts will be readr forex.cution as soon there-
I afera, mayb practicable
- KXeCUIOrS' AOIICC.
i . . - . , , .... .ati.
I riviiit suDscriD-rs naTin un mu ii.ci. m . im.--
I I , , th. e,uttl,r Carolina Kattmtn, dee'd.
1 . : . . .. 1 -
I all rtaraons tuaeoiea 10 lor lliur, c uci ruj miuuru hi
PJment. and all person, having el ims are re-
quesiea loprt.cui-iur r.ui?.u ..vU... -v.
tlement. " tr-iB.
myl 9-1 m
THE beautiful Resldtnee Lot, known as the
A. T Wrlls plsoe, situated on the New State
Line Road, about one mile In a direct lino from
Court Sanare. There 1 on tne place a gooa ain-
venient bouse with oat bul'dlngs. Apply to
myl6-dawlw COSSiTT, DILL s tauiauus.
Conlaae Oahum &c
ClillTIl. Clnjrlill uu., ii iTDi osr it, new "ii
O and 75 Tchoupetoulat Street. New Or.etrs, manntse-
innriii rrrt.e. Oiknm. tic. offer tar tale a full tj
sortment of Manilla and Tarrel Rope, Navy asd Extra
Oakum, deliverable In New York or New Orleans.
ALL pe- sons having claims against tne esiaie 01 mi-la-
R. C. F. Duncan, will present them at once for
payment, ad 'those Indebted lo said estal will cM and
Ktraved or Stolen,
nM the i7t a Bar MULE, about six years
1 old. tblrteenhsnds high, and allttle lame In the
irirht(rifr. witn tnree sores on at icu udk.
liberal reward will be paid for lis delivery to
us, or Information so Uiat we can get mm
Choice Irislx Potatoes.
.1 r r mnm r nr 11I0 bri.. .
I VII ' ' B. MERRILL,
No. K Vnarro straet.
PORTRAITS TRUE TO LIFE.
His Fortralta shall be true to life.
Littlo Bock. Arkansas.
THE snbcrlber bavlng recently purchased tbe j
mrnnvT nnusH rrcm jonn tvoiims. wiscce
"I toinformthepuniicinat ne win do ui
"U iv -... .n alt llm.l and rnntemrilaleS
adding, renewing ana renuiug tne waoio iiumiiun
1 and hopes to give general sautracuon. ,-
my ltn w . n. w..
WHITE SULPHTJB SPEINGS,
Hardin County, Tenn.
(SECOND SEASON UNDER THE MANAGEMENT
r-r-.tr f arrnvR SULPHUR SPRINGS will be open-sl
I ih. i.e. Jnnene.t. for the accommodation ef my
friends and thipuWlc. I have a large Ice House full ot
Ice. An excellent Bsnd of Music will be In attendance
during the en' Ire season. The Depot wll be at Burns
vllle. on the Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
t.,. -m.ii. arrarnrementi with Mr. J. T." Chldester,
who will have Plenty -1 fine Coaches at tl.e Depot. All
can rely on frjlng through direct tte same t
Memphis. He will also Jistb fl. e Buggies
. th. ftnrlnffl-
aplS-daw2m GEO. SHALL.
ririwn r.tnmM ifrer a short absence from town, I
M ....... ------- -i, 7 h.tY fc r jawejrv I he transierrea it, anu ii laeuuiurr i i
. t0. mr .s'd'0 ?J" ? S'Vl.fi I. TtT h m or Herself known tn a short time.
establishment, in tne jxaroie xuoca. i ... - -fc , prevent the Tax Collector, from
to wait on all who may favor me with their orders. , """ jonw S
.SiWE are'aUthotlzedto annoBnoeSAfcUHLT. MORGAA
as an Independent cacdidste for Mayor.' r
To the Voters or Memphis : I ee-pt the Oall
madt' upon me to run for Aloemian io iba bixth Ward,
and 1? i lected. will servo ths p pie f sithlaHf . r
mylB-te B. n. PERRY.
JrJtjr FOR RECORDER.
C3- WS are authorixed to announce I1UME F. IIII.L,
Ex , as a ca- didate for re-el ctlou to tb office of Re
WK are authorlxed to annaunce Major OHOHGE W.
FISQEtt as a candidate for Recorder at the ensuing ma
cldpal election. . , ap25
: , FOR CITY MARSHAL.
- WE are authorized and i eqnestert U sanostaea EK00H
ENLOK as a c.tdidate f or City Marshal; at the ensdisg
WE are authotlzed andTqueted to announce FRAKK
RTRD as a Candidate tor Oily Marshal, at the Jane elec
tions. - f - mjb
WE are authorized to announce C
a randldate for CHy Marshal.
VAN OAMPF..V, as
WE are authorlzedto acneasee? JOEK SMOOT, as at
Independent candidate for City Marshal nijO '
WK are authorized and requested to announce; JOHN'
WILKKRSUN, as an indep tHirnt caul ate ror uryjtxr
shal at tho ensuing election. rayS
WE are authortzrd to annena JAMBS O. REIN
HARDTar a candidate forthi-offo of City Marshal, r
tbe ensuing Muuicipal Eleciloa in June wxl. mtl9-te
- FOR TITy TAX COItBCTOR.
WEre authorized to announce WM DJiDBRWOOD
as a candidate for the alee of City Tax fotl-cter. m7
FOR CAPTAIN OF DAY POLICE.
WEareanthorlzedandnquestid ti aaaeunoa CapUIn
W. C. CAtSKT as an iudrp ndentcandidatefortbeorace
of CanUin of t e Day Police apM '
W Ear authorized and ifauested ta aaseaace J F.
JOI'KSON is a candidate for r-i-viecttna toibeealceor
C" )la of Day Police, at the easting June elections.
C il'TAtS AIGHT POLICE.
Wt. w authorlxed to announce FELIX G. BUTLER a
candidate for Ciptam cf the Nigbt Polio, at tbe eeselng
electlen. - s9S te
SCIIOOLET'S P.tent ertnator ('be best In use)
of every varitji for sale at Maaufacluwr's prtus,
- mylO ' McKIXNET liVV.
"Ji",r eKINNEY & CO. are In receipt ,f a large number of
XVJL Ic. Boxes, per steamer wm
Sliower Rat Its. - -
LEBMI3 Patent CornolDitloii it Shiwer Bflh and
Washsland. Also, Wardrobe Sbjwer Bath, for sale at
u.pii'vvr tr mM
AVERY desirable article for break is lee, for sale at
mylO MeEIXN'KY k. OP'S.
plXTT-FIYE pieces Canton Matting-, 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4
O wide tor sale at
myjO McEINNETi ClTS
PIANO JfFOBTE, PLTBNITUBE,
Carpet and Curtain Rooms.
FIANOS of A. A Gal',
Jc Co.. Lighte, Newtor
Bradbury; R.iS'-wooi'. Ma
heEaBT and Walaut Parlor
and Bed Rccra Furniture, Sorts, Divans. Bureaus, Ward
robes. Secretaries, Cottage Ma- ble Top Bed Room Suits,
and a large assortment of Common Fnrnitnre.
'Spring, Hair, Moss, Cotton and Shock Maitreaees made
to order Oil Oirptlng. from tbiee to eighteen tetl
wide; Tapestry, BrussIs and Com moo Carp?ts. Trans
parent Shades and Curtains. Cirpru. Certains and Cor
nices, made by an experienced Upholsterer. Looking
Glass and Picture Fram nude to order Pianos trtrwd.
aud all kinds of Muslcsl Instrimeifls rrpaired by expe
rienced workmen, n. M. GR03VKNOR,
Main street, between Madtsen and Monroe,
t mar27-diw6m .
inn CASES assorted OmsHsI a store and for sale by
II. II-POTTKR. Mala-st.
Third loor North of Werlt m Houe.
CASES Lema Syrup Jast reciretl aad for sale
t II. II. FUtTBR. MaOl-ft.
Third door Noith nr Worahsm Hotlse.
irnn CASKS Elennett's Ale in store aad for sale by
OUU II. II POTTER, Mala-st,
myl Third door Noela osyWoeshiat Hoose.
FROM th- Sbtieeriuef . on Xh 2d instant, two
xaxe MULES, medjam tte ; one a HKbt sorrel,
he other A darkby; both have marks et Hir
ne s ; the btv has old sho a on ber fore fret.
I win give a liberal reward for ttttlrlelirery to me, or
any Information so tbat I cet tbera.
n2-tf JA3 K. WHITE M'tapUs.
560 YARDS BLACK SILKS!
TJlaCK Satlll -StriPS jjrreiiadlllS !
5i , J-
FAIVCY GRENADINE R.ODES!
AND FANCY liEHEGE ROBES II
Hicll J312ZE. X3X"Gf5JBCl
GUTTA PE2.CHA SKIET COBDlj
LfLOSS SILXS I FLOSS COTTON 1 KNITTING COTTON !
Just received and for sale low fer cash. Daily-expected.
3,500 Yard3 Summer Prints !
rr.yl0-dtwaw2w J. L TAYLOR.
W. E. IMILTON,
2G Madison Street, Op Stairs,
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
States. ' "
Exchange and Kotc Broker..
"1 will attend to tbe negotiation ef all
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
LEA & PERIIIIJS'
of a Lett-r from a
TO BE THE
TO HIS BROTHER
ARD APPLICABLE TO
Worcester, May, '61
-Tell LEA fc
RIN3 that their
SAUCg is blgbty es
teemed la iBdla area is,
t myopminn tbemest
platab e as well it tlie
most wholeame sauce
.bat Is made.
The only Medal awarded by the Jury of the New York
VvMhlllnn fnr P.Ar-tTn fttnrM VU ObtllBed bv I.EA &.
I ouupivn inr their wnnnnsTERMIRE SAUCE, the
wiae ,,meof which having led to numerous tmlta-
, t0ns, pnrenasers are earnrsuy requ "7- "
,. ,nrt Rtnnr. .nd nrinted noon tbe labels
1 names 01 i.r, .-v. .v 1 f.111,1. am . - ,
iSni sale Agents lo7 the United State,.
John Duncan & J'ons,
405 BROADWAY, TC. 1
A stock alwiys In stord Also, orders received for di
rect shipment from Englsnd. mya-iy.p
I 1 flft BBLS.Mesi Park, received Ibis, day auu for sale
,- i. U J by
HANCOCK. CLARK fe CO.
CASKS Clear SideHseon. For sale br
myl . HANCOCK. CLARK. & CO
BOXES H and ii bexs Star CarntM
HANCOCK, CLARK n; CO.
QAA BAGS No. 1 Rio Osff-e For sale by
OUU mrl9 HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
For sale by
HANCOCK. CI-4.RK & CO.
f r BDI. and K bbls Molases;
I tj 150 Whisky. Far sale by
my!9 HANCOCK, CLARK - 00.
m n 1 xibljs. riour.
nANCOUK, QLARK & CO.
Q j 1 1
tQ Champagne Cider;
30 " Turpentine snap;
Pickles, Catsups. Sploe, Pspper, Tubaooo and Cigars.
For sale br
mvl9 nANCOCK CURE. & CO.
rc aHwsIiom it Hiay CORCCm
a O-iwunnArivriflRI Whl nave a lOS CeTlinCGIC.
A -Mrs -.. in. hr Thnmi, O. IMeeklev. T.x Col-
i.H.r rnr fthelhv cnnr.tr Tennctxee. for the vear. 1S55.
and which certificate wa issued either on or after tbe
first Mendsr. being tbe 7th day o JnlyA D.. ltsoo, to
one Dimei liugnes, ior ui io -v. wimmvia
. . . . .... .A . . .r.
.1.1. k.v, m-iT n tit ki nr r.ri.in rnnnir 1 tiMi. rrivirira.
. ' . ..... .l- ... ft.. , . ..
aavertisea ana roiain wo name "i - rai jiiuu wi 1
State aud County Taxes, on the 7tb dsy ot Ju:v.155 ana
ai irk fr tn Tiiniel nnches for the sum of twelve dol -
-i.-. in th Ia n- nt H1lih are herehv nntifled that Sid
neyY. Watson, at Cl crace o 4, w aixer uuiwiuso,
Main street, Memi niSrTennrssee is resuy ana anxious vo
rnteem the ume .the'n'aE&f the undersigned, e.wners
of AaldLavNot 40,' f rt'any.'peTsorlv' pi rsans who base
.aiif certificate or anv other certifKite tOTMd lot. Dan
1.1 nmhes does not el ve the nam? of the person to whom
.fa uoci uu. nii.t
meaure will be
eaures win ec
making deed tor
SIDKEY Y. WATSON.
nXWAV- S200 REIT ARD
HiVAw AT fnvm tne sucscnoer. wnue ai won
on the Germ antnwn Plaak Rrud.'lrt the month of
July last, two negro men, vn : -unnr.iv
ahnnt 15 vear old. black cemo'ex'on.
i ,in ,v.n icri mdi. r, reel i tnenes nun. is ici-
i hindid, and ha asmsil scsron ine lertsioeor ni jai,
I . i.i. v- ..AAn .VAnlAi..rt arlitnrrihahtvmsrk.
. wilh ,h. wmD
ISAAC, about 28 rears M. btsci comploxlan, about
feet 8 Inches high will weigh ICO pounds
a reward of ftlOO wl.l be rjs Id for eltb-r. If taken
nt ih.Kt.t and Asa tar either. If Uta within
ii. v. aiana.
TnE partnership heretotore existlng under the' name
snd style or A D. Msnsfleld & Co . Is thl day dls-
X and style or A n. itsatneia a. i
solved by mutual consent. A D
Memphis, Mar 16, 1857. GEO
THE undersigned bavn this dsy formcda-rtj-pxrtneT-hin
far rantlnulng the business of the late'-flrnviof A;
i nin Tnr rniiiiuuiUK. t s uur itit a w - ' o !
nTd S PELL' ' UO;'nMtrln ToBT T BAKeX ' S f 1SeVnterpr..e j Kw?
, nd Carriages PBUL bscrlbers to Tke Southern Herald. Subscription $3.
T: - . - . a. ..-.-ii v-nns.irr a n 1 " J -.ill . V I a cfiPTUI snmtlIltrlnL Truul III C- iriCJJU9
-i i . i. K..n-a-.iiK . r tanihi ai-il a m -. 1 11 " " " " ' ' " " i
Corner Main and JetTerson-Sts.,
HAVING parchased our Staple Goodl prior to tbe
advance in Cotton, we ate prepared to sell plain,
.itrlped and plaid O inabcrg. Brown and Bleaehed Domes
tic, and in fact all kinds of heavy Staple Goods at old
prices. Brown snd Bleached Dume'tlc. from five cent
and up. Yard wide Sea Island Brown Domestic only ten
cents; fine do twriv - cents.
Our stuck of F'NCY GOODS Is complete, hiving a
very Urge and fail xsorrneot ct SUks, Organdies,
Lawns, &c Our White Goods we ray very pan iealar at
tention to. and can sell Swios, Jacoae , MuH. &e.. a,c , ef
fheTerybestauillttesatcrleesranglnr fiom tentefift
Eve 'onesbisM examine our ITOMERT, and mars
especially our SHOES, which we have manufactured to
onSer ad can warrant. Wby bas net worn a pair of our
FINE KID BOOTS, linen lined, faced with white kid. at
$1 25 per pair ap29
Xteliman & Co,
Having the Agency fer
Wheeler & Wilson's
SELL them for the manufacturers at their prices, ad
ding freith and insurance.
We have also the agency for
Singer & Co.'s
PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES.
Both Machines can be seen in operation in the silk and
bonnet room of cur store, stitching, seaming hemming,
gathering, binding, fxc sewing either the finest of silk
or h aviest vt ossabarg, doing the work cf ten or fifteen
ladies each aay.
we offer a fall stock, agreeing to duplicate their eastern
Mils. Please examine our goods snd prices.
ap23-lralaw LEHMAN at CO.
To those who Ioyc their Fellow Beings
HAVE a Eera-rfy (purely vecetaMe) for Fever an
Ague, Iks, and Falling Sickness, which bas nevir
tw n kn wn le fail. It is as pleasant, and as cheap, as it
Is eflraeious. Any person who will serd me the names.
and directions to the residences, of ten Individuals sick
of Consumption, or any disease of the Chest or Lungs, or
sanVripg from vbroten dowB and shattered Constitution,
wid receive as i reward this Recipe. It embodies full ln-
tructieES forraakiag sad administering lht wenderfal
Medrcfne .Address, DR. TRACY DBLORMR.
zayS-dawlatis New York Post Ogee.
J. S. rLOUR3QT....M. T. COOPER-. ...R W. LEAKE.
rp HE uoderslgued beg leave to anaoutie-to their frlendsj
X aad Ihi oaMic that ihey cave rormea a ce-partner
sh-p, tor the- parposs of coed Oct lojr awhoiessle
Grocery and Forwaidlng' Business,
At Memohis. TfBoetsee. in ihe heuro reeently oceapied
by Messrs. Davidson, Ellis & Blair, No. 19.5 Mala street-.
Tbecbope by strict attention te business to merit and
rfceive'SVlb.ril share of patronage. "
Orders ailed at lowest ra e, and fa as ooi terms, -for
ea'b. as If ibTxireha erwere preseat. Quick sjles aad .
tnal'prfiis wtl beobur tnetws can aad examraetKu
stcrk before parehasiag. No trouble to shew gneeilcs.
We intend to mak- It to tbe interest of cHy delers'as
wel as country merchants ta give at a share ef their;
I pitronage. FLOURNOT, OOOPER i. LEASE.
Properly year the City of Lonisrille.
A HANDSOME COUNTY RESIDENCE, with
.. . . . . , . .. nt.t.
f.i-ta tairiy auauiei orij t
"I riehteener fertv-Ove acres of Land, aecrseibie
bv tbe Torapike and Rmilroad, and witbia one
mil of the Agricultural Fair Greaads The Impress
ments are all new and of modern str)e. Tbe Land is
of the best qiallty Thl p'ace 1 wetT suited s a som
raer restdence far a Southern (eallestan. For farther
w " -.
1. BL.Ue.lt. erDi. er in
a. W BREDEN,
Real E.Uie Atjent. jetSTille.
Strayed or Stolen,-
re'V nmrriilm aa Madisen l treat, aboat
t7t. th- 10th or I5'h of April, a small daks bai
-.5iEi-r ARE POSEY, with Bowhite ra&rksaboat her,
bet bas a bare piac- under her breast Jast t bind her
f .re leg-i where the girt is worn, caased by a snag Vsnz
tail ard flowine; raane A libersl reward wBI be paid for
her If ev tveredat OWE.V it. OWE'3, 73 Mam street,
or st toy hiase on Mxdison tinot.
msytjsw miljuj uiiM.
UpmSfi and -summer clothing j
rpnE undeislrn-d respectfully can tne aTienuon or
I Hi lien i and strangers generally to sur large assort
ment of SPRIKGand SUMMER CLOTHING, which can
not e surpa'seuia qoaiuj uw o-wv , . - - j "
hind, a complete stock of Gents' Wra lag ApparreL tCa!l
aniexamlne. No trouble to snow goons.
lists'-r. sues x.
Corner of Madison and Froat Row,
roylO-lta Merrlroan's ow stanq.
"WATCHES' AND JEWELHY i
AT 25 PER CENT LESS
Tuan Any Other Roujc in the City of
rY stock comorl-estrieiargetianaraosivarirManoii-IVl
mentof JEWELRY ever "offered In tbe city, con-
slsting or tne laiest sou uua. iutww - -j -
and PLAIN GOLD
, , -r,- j T--o1
jJiaceiets, rma uuu aaujjo.
JEROME'S" CLOCKS, of every ttjte'ibd paturn.
PLATED WARE Casters, CskeBatkts,KnlTS,Spoont,
ACCORDEON3, FLUTINAS and POLKAS,
I r vpv TATfiTTnVc; nf ivaf'r rlescrintion.
I vYhich'I-sball dispose of at :wrlsaie and retaH at
1 re Yerk.i)tlces. T1W3. J UAnma,
At Locke's Salesroom, 262 MsIb strret.
$3,0,0,0 0 "
D B, Y GOODS
- mlt COSt
-1 t -i y 3ET !!!
WE are now offertcs oar largo sices ci sj
. - . ... .a. n
foil s s9S. If you wish to get great r,aralns and cheap
. ntTTrlDS t. IL" I ITT I"
DIJ13 2W .
UEaiPHIS ISSORAKCE COJjeAfi-,
Sam. Mooby, Pres't; Bon May, Soo'y.
office oa jErrEUsort street.
A. O. Harris, sasi. hojby.
'.Q: 0. Ateissos,
J. O. GBEESLAW,
T. W. WILXISSOS,
T. H. A LEX,
, j. RAWLines.
rtri ncfooc' Snls
.- ... VOW
I SSX Virtue Ol iurwiuMW - - .
ij day of March. U53. I will sell at public anction to
1 tbe-hlxbest btHer for Cash Lots e. s 13, ID, .
n W Hill's snb-divlsIonofrlginaI county lot Ao.oix
1 as laid out oy id.vii.j -"
- 1 iu -" - - r -wATiriKTL.
. 1 .... . 1-., k. nii nn triA nremiiei on iqv iu '
1 1K.17 - -
I . 1
I Shrsllttr IJrVliTlLV rl IOr OftlB
- 1 af . ..
r OVFER rcr isle urjon eas7 terms the Farm
vn-n ih innssns' PLACE, situated on
I'S tbeGermantown Plank road and Ihe Memphis
"Icsnd Charleston Ratiroai , looui eievru ciinr.ir.-
rKi. rhf- tract contains Ji H acres, i acre.
e eared under a good fence, and In.fine cultivation. Otiod
dwcIULg with stven rooms, cistern. atables,gln house.
1 cic , an mw ... . ..... - - - -
I of Pf ach. Pear. Qamee, Plum aud Apple trees In bearing
etc . all In good order -i nert is on c ijiavc uii.t
1 To a good purchaser a great Bargain wu, u-
G B. LOCKE,
Auctioneer and R'alEstateProker.
MAGNIFICENT ARKANSAS FARM
WE offer Mr (ale a very superior trait ot iiaw .r
d t.ind on the M sstsslDul river. In Mississippi
a .v.n.aa nnn ml nbelaw the town of Osceola
61 sere's of the land i? In a high state ot cultivation, and
M acre of timber ceaaenea Tne traci is er-iirtu
51 hv means cf al- re and drained by bayous or
nstural ditches. We wll sell a great bargain fjr hlf
cut I ratr in litis Tainan!. Farm, as ibe prlae we ask. as we
the I ... i-mrmad.ls firtviow the market price of lands ol
lequilTalue. air. u liaruin iiviok on u iuiu"
I , .mutton, will take pleasure In showing the Farm to all
Who trtsn to examine, rgr u-iws, ai.
J. 1. BL R. W BKUWI.
my9-dlwawlm 41 H Cherry st.. Nashville. Tenn.
To.ilic Cit'izen.of Merarnhis.
rrtnK undersigned purposes etab:lrtlr.gr a. Southern
I rr.nar in vw fork and desire vaTliaJarlv the.en-
cours gmnt and sbpport of the dt xin"bf Memphis, and
ot the State !I t nnessec. .
I shall to" a few flays remain at i ae norwism iuu ,
WHOLESALE () JtBTAI I
r- .. - . TTi . . . Z - m. est ', - . -n f i.
- I I - I ' - aasMWI..
ADAMS STREET, OPPOSITE WOES QAM HOUSE.
DR JOKES' residence, Seccad street, riesr the Post
Office. Dr MaraMt's rldeaee, Hernsndo street,
t-etwersi Vsnco and Lied n west side. myl9-dln
SCCCEJ'02. TO DR. N. HOWCOTT.
mvixr; nrerared mvself well to practice Dentistry
Xl lo Mempcts, Ires; ectlally solicit the patronasw ot
ir .Kn nrirriio'i m the D-utal line, anil bind
myse.f u perfoim all.operatlotw on the Teeth, and Insert
artificial NMtb. In the most approved style as well as It
exoie done m this or any othr country
All the reference I wish to give U a rair trial oi ay
Office on Main street, eppoute Worsham Hcuse.
DR. gENNER attend, exclusively te Surgical Diseases,
13 as PUej. Fistulas in Ano, Strictures, Stone In
Bdder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, Fobpus, DUeased
Bosro. irvl Jotnti. iviarmltles from Burns. Hatr-Llp,
Contracted TeCiionii from loss of Lids. Cheek, Nose, Eye.
lids, ox., Closed Jaws fscm Salivation, aad alt other dls-J
DR. FKNNER al'o attends to all Diseases ef taeujt
and Ear, and is prepared to Board Patients from a
distance. . . ..
rj- utace on Main street, la wwxer-i nuuaing, mi
lence on Court street. sepgO-dtwawlyins
B. B. BROWN,.. w. iiiAii.,
BROWX & FRAZER,
a TTOltNEYa AT LAW. Oflces No 253 Main street
J over B-nxro's Music Sre, Memphis, Ttnn., and
n.-.rutn n.u.nriir. Miss. Will attend promptly
ta alt ette-etien and benttess entrusted ta thesx ia West
Tenses see and North MtssltsipcL
Refer to Truttt. Bro. at va , rnuaoeipuu, vruuu..
HurxlhaU Jt Sears. Walter SteiBteln N. T.; w. B.
Mill. Jones, Brown a Co., W J. Webb 5; Co . Mem
J. M. COJIEGXS,
HAS Just retar ea rrem a tour mrousa
the Northern Citie. where he acquired all
Ihe recent Improvements m tne science w
n i. .mh.,r -ed to selilienses and Instruct such
of thepf..feslonasmavwisli a tnewlrdge ot D .Albert
A. DUaiiys Cbroptstue mooe or in-trim -
Any letters addressed te him at Smei viBe aad Brown.-T1U-,
will meet with p-ompt att-atwa PjS -Im
DR. JOHXSON'S liiYIRMARlf,
for diseases or mi
EYE AND EAR,
SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS.
APuTIPICIAL EYES, &c.
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,
taayl5-dsiw R. H. JOHNSOX, M. D.
TiHH. CHIDSET at LEWIS would call the
attention ef the public to ibelrnewraethed
of inserting ARTIFICIAL TEETH, by
which the natural expression of the face
Is restored Ptrson in w nt of fall setts of Teeth, Ar
tificial Palates, or have urteaiufaciory wori are uzviieu.
to call, aa we ore satisfied from exprience thatwecan-
DR C. CIUD3Ki.li returning; nis sin
cere thinks ta tbe citixeos ot Memphis and
iit- vlri; ity, for the verr literal patran-
an bestewed UD-n htm. would Inform
them tbathe has associated with him in the praetlee-of
Dental Surgery", Dr. E. n. LEW18, a gentleman of skBl
sad experience. ;
STAPLE AND FAXCrDRY GOODS,
Men's and Youth's Cothlng,
Hats, Shoes, ' Saddlery,
L'OW FOR CASH!
, Wholesale and Retail.
3". Xk "X -S S O H,
'IttiE .ubsenbtpbas Jut receiyed and irT.rs fer sa r, a
J fine assortment ol Mea's arS Youth's Clothing asd
rnrnrnh r Raoda erBeraliv. esBhractBg. net every grade.
style andeaaltty known but a very extensive variety of
COATS, SHIRTS. n.LP n03B.
PANTS, DRAWERS, SUSPENDERS,
VESTS, UNDER SHIRTS, GLOVtS,
RAGLAN DS, DOLLARS, B OTS
SACKS. CRAVATS. GAITERS.
nAXDK'CHIKFS, SIOCKS, SUrPERS, etc.
Low for cash.
ap46 dtwaw-lta J. L TATLOR Maln-sc.
(aims and Kiflcs.
A LOT of Gaos. Rifl.s, Peaobee, I'm Fia sks, Hons,
he, of superkT qaallty, offesed at east an Icharges,
for cash tcJoe the lot.
a2-dtwawata J L. TAYLOR, itsln-st.
BLACK a- d Fancy i reach Cloths ;
H'aod 6-4 French Doeskins ;
Faney Castiascre ;
L:nen Darks aed Di ll'tags ;
8atn. Gressaasae and Marseilles Vestlngs;
Flrte BtarJcIlaliaa Cloths;
BUc French Drap o Ele.
Geatleruen wantlag Fine Ceths and Casslmeres, wjii
please call at TSYIOR'S,
m17-dawlra 181 Main st.
THE CELEBRATED HOLLWD EEHEDY FOR
DISEASE OP THE KIDSEYS,
WEAKXESS OF ATY KDsl),
FEVER AWD AGUE,
OUCH as Indlsclion, Acidity of the Slor-aeb, Colicky I
t Pates. Heartourn. Loss ol Appetite. DMpoBdency,"!
Onstlveness. Blind ana Bieectes rues, ia ""J
Rbeumsttc and Neuralgic AfT-eitons It has In numerous
instances proved bighiy beneficial, and to others effected a
Thl- Is a pnrely vegetable dm pound, prepared on strict
ly sdentlfic principles, a ter the manner of tbe celebrated
HoSand Professor, Boeioave. Because of Its great suc
cess in most ol tbe European State. Its Introduction Into
tbe United States was intended more especiauj mr m
ot our fatherland scattered h e and there over tbe face ot
tl Is mighty country. Meeting with greit success among
them. I now offer it to tne American paoiit. "v -
. ' . .,! -ti!!.inat irtne-t mr.it he acknow-
lis IIQJ rfui. rjrc .u .-. . ..--.-
I . -.1 .l
W i. ..".,.,11.-1, t.rlT rrmm.nded to thae persons whose
constitutions may have been Impaired by the continuous
use of ardent spirit, er otner romm -u..w--.
Generally instantaneous in effect, it finds Its w.y directly
o the seat of If e, thrilling and quick- nlng every nerve,
raising up tbe drooping spl.it. and, la fact, Infusing new
health and vig.ir In the system. v..n,
n-i,... nnecta to find thl a beverage wm
be dl appointed ; bat to the sick, weak an low spirited
It w-.n prove a grateful aromatic otrdlat, possessed ol
singular remedial prop urs.
. ..i.rmt this dellchttul Aroma has In
duced many lailtattou.. which the public should guard
1 alnit nurchaslns B Bot persuaded to bay anything
rtseuntS you have slven Boerb.vfa HolUnd Bitter, a
fair trial. One bottle wlH convince you how infinitely
superior It is to sll these imitations.
XsT Sold at $1 per bottle, or six bvttles for $5. by th
BEXJAlillN PAGE, JR., & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Cliemasts,
r?-Sold In Memphl by S. MANSFIELD i. CO.
also by WARD it JOKES and G. D JOHNSON.
Over Two Thousand Bottles of
J. H. MCLEAN'S CELEB HATED STHESGTHEH-
LG CORDIAL AID BLOOD PURIFIER
and the de
mand is In
ry day The
g rat sale
tbat has su
or this rem
edy is w-
vftae TAl t, insle mer-
i. TiMinsindi of weak feeble and debilitated persons m
tbit city have been made healthy and strong by taxing it
It Is the nest ai lemauvv in mc woiiu, mi wi
remedy that wll! purify th" blood, and at the same time
strergtnen and Invigorate the whole orsanlxatjon.
It will effctnally cure all complalnta of the Liver
cm irh nr RnwWs. such is Liver Com claim. Headache.
Biliousness, Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Sour Stnmach, Losi
f Anrietlte. Nervous Dleases. Falntness, Weakness br
any disease of the Womb, Kidneys or Bladder ; and re
move yellowness or sores from tbe skin. It Is a sun
..t.rMr ivilnst Yellow Fever. Chills. Ague and
Fever. Jbs'erv or any prevailing epUemle. There f no
mlUE4 about tt.
- c-T- hnttle Is vin in ted to give satisfaction. TU
It ItlsverypleassnU 'lt leaves a delightful arotriatlr
flavor la the moutnaruiitang it.
J. H. M cLBAN, Sole Proprietor of this Ooriiai.
ii.. ir-T a.nra VTilrantr Dil T.Inlrnenx.
' r-Principsl depot on the comer ol Third jhx- Pint
straeu, st. ixau, jio. xor " -""'r. . .
' q.-d. JOHNSON. Agent,
" - corner Madison and Matn trets,
Also, by 3. MANSFIELD CO..
1 f.b3-daw!y Wholesale Druggists, Memphis.
Mciaohl3, .Vfcite RlTer ana itapoicoa
7J. S. HAIIi PACKET,
Helena, Friar's PoinU Laconia & Concordia
STEAMER KATE fBSE,
JOHN T. sniRLET, Master....WM. T. WOOD, Clerk.
THIS new, splendid and fast steamer,
having been purchased for the Paclst
Trade lo place ct the James Laughlin.wi.'
'fr.nnrie n-rnlarlv in the trade, ieavlrj
Memphis every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 2elouc p
at.. pnnetuaUy, connecting at Nipl-oa with White a.. .
Arkansas river boats, -aklag freutht and pcng-rs tc
White riwr at reinlar rates. Ret Jrntng, leaves Nsp-J-leon
every TUESDAY aad SATURDAY, arriving ar Ma
phts Sunday and Wednesday evenisgs.
Tkanxt -' far former patronage, the owners bops to
merit a cor ilnaanee ot the eras to their new bo., pro-
Qlsliis strict attention to business.
LAYALLETTS MORRIS, Aeeats.
Notice TO Shipperx. The 'rrisbee' ym receive
freight until one o'clock on, Mondeys, and daring the en
tire day Thursdays, and natU one o'clock; Fridays.
A T. LATALLETTiT, Ule of firm o' LsTaBetta 4; Mortis.
J T SniRLET, late of Ibe KaU Frlsfcee.
L. G Datidjos, late et Padacak, Keatacly.
LAVALLETTE, SHIRLEY & CO.,
STEAMBOAT A IV D RAILROAD
Coiiimisslon & Forwarding Merchaats,
OJtee So. 61 Front Sow end Court slmf
Warehouse on Water street, Walt'a Block.
CF. MORRIS, Esq-. baTlBg retired from the "tio
near Firm" in the steam boa-. Agency business of
LavalRtte A. Morris," tbe nadersif ned have- aasuesatwJ
theBssrlves for the transaction at Su aboat ana Pu
rd Agency aad geuer- Crajnleh.n and Fetwaruiug
bastaes. ayd would res ectfi-lly ask the patrosage ot the
MtHBr trleaels ol the old Sim, aa well as these lately
connected wi;b it.
Our friend Morris leave, us to locate ar, nranoj-u..
Petal, waese'our suamboat txiends in wantct wovd.wiQ
find Charley" evet ready W weioase them at the Red
Premising prompt attention to l8 business ent meted
to as, we respectfully refer to the meschants and snippets
of Memphis aad the Great We st.
LAVA LLETTE, SHIRLEY i CO.
ItwiBbeseentTeratneaUve "card" that the under
signed withdraws from the old fista ct Lavallette &
Grateful for the kind patronage from the generous and
worthy boatmen ef our pert and river, aad to our citizens,
whjhave always extended their tr.Saence and favors. I
resign with regret, yet solicit a coaUnaance of the general
favor front boatmen axd nippers to my saccessers,
Messrs Lavalletle, Shlily i. Co. The termer has beea
my associate for jears, and is in every way worthy of
favor and patronage.
Messrs. Soir'ey and Davidson, late of tie steamer Kate
Frlsbee, ne d no eemmendaton, alnce to every business
msn o onr Muffs then merit as tunctaal business men
are known pasted in ad the required duties as Agents, I
cordially commend 'ihe i to the patret-ageet aK packets
who wljh the Influence ot ooestrB axtd cbngiBg rscau
represent them. Respectfully
ap3-3m CHA3. P. MORRIS.
Valuaole Negroes for Sale.
, THIRTY NEGROBa Jusi arrived rrom renraciy
K and Virginia, among the number three god M-
riri chaales. a. a. jriiartaoi,
N. 87 Ad aa atrect.
A GOOD GARDENER libera, wag.a pabx Apply to
J. M. SHAW k CO.,
Offlee oa Bank Avenue, 1st door freta Madlsoa- t,
nr A CASES Fancy Prints, new styles, ea band and tor
2DU ! by " JAMB i LOW fc CO..
- ciiril . 413 Main streets, LosltTtHei. Kyi
4nn CASES Fancy " awns, on band fer saleby
1 (J(J JAMES LOW CO..
Bi3t s!3 Msis street. LoaisvlBe. ty.
r BALES printed rreach Jaoeaerus, very handsome
ID styles, on hand and for sale by
413 Main sirnt, LocisvHIe, Ey.
n CASES Crepe D'kspagne assor led tutors;
O iflaee Satin Striped ud Cbaltt.
1 caseiPigurtd aid ChaUi ; oa band and fer salebr
' JAMBS LOW it CO..
at31 13 Main street, LoaisvilK Ky.
e r CASES fi De Bege, 10 use 4-4 De Bege. on hand 14
H5 for saleby JAMES LOW a, CO .
EUt3l 418 Mala strwt, Loatsvite Ky
Liueu rant Stuffs:
-a CASES Plain end Twilled Liea Pad Staffs, oa hind
OU aad fc?r sale by JAMES LOW St CO .
iaitSt 4IS Msta street, LonistBie. Ky.
SeaUIand Broivn Cotton!
a n a BALES Sea Island Browa Colt- n. on hand and tot
100 sale iy JAMES LOW ft. CO .
;rjl 418 Mam street, Loelavtlle. Ky
Striped OsnaDurgs I
- BALES Stuped Osnaburgs, on tard and fer sale by
5 JAMES LOW S- CO..
H 4W Mam stn-t, LoaisviuV. Ky.
Valuable Property on fcneiuy,
Vaace and .inain-sis. ior aaie.
I OFFER for sale" sajeasoaable terms, two Heesrs and
Lots, fronting 60 feet eaib oa tbe East side of Shelby
... . ... I. .. 11 . k. 4 ta.wtMrf.
street By Iia tee ap " a urj, ai " - - -froat
of ltffertea Vaztce stre-t. Each lot bas a See
rvsseecce of eigat rooms each, kucheas, ctsterss, etc., an
la perfect order.
Abo, Lot on North sld Vance street, East at above.
40 feet treat by le feet deep
AISO, TWO LotSoa Jietnsl'ri imt sirtv, na.
Mala street. H feet front each by 100 feet deep.
Ale Four Lots ea Ma n street, 26 fert front each by
IM feet ietpteaa alley. TheSorrh sseo whithhasa
front on the North sideot Vance street 160 feet.
The a bote property Is located in oa or the best cKb
br hoods in -he cilj, and is inert asiog in value more rap
idly than any ether residnce property.
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rayS Auction' ar sad Rea Estate Broker.
JOHN L MORGAN, Areblletit, tun.ishes Plans, Spee
lfieatlon awl Detailed Drawings, superintends tbe
uwiiuiar Bo Mines. Pwratobes AporexUaateEatlmates,
lets Contracts, tte , niea ares Brick Wrk, Pla.terlag,
Painting and Carpeniev-a. nota. sie
Value to Work, the price for which no contract has bea
made. Pirtlctfar attention given ta DecoTitiens asd
EmbflHs b n s In Architecture. Particular atteaiwa
gtveoMo Church Arcbitectaie.
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Clerk's Sale of Keal Estate.
BY virtue of a Decree or tne Law a tee ox iww mmon
Law and Chancery Court ot the ttty of Memphis, at
the March Term, 1S57, In tbe ease ct R E. Chew ct. ale.,
rx-parte, I will sell te the higher t bidder, at pnMie auc
tion, in front of my C ee, Jiormraai nimi vi mm .
.innar. it 10. o'clock a sr.. on SATURDAY. tbe.II-h.ct
June, 1657. the following described property, to wit:
Twenty-One feet of Lot 192.
Situated on Main street, la the city ot Memphis.
Terox Ooe third caani tn oaiance ia u at i"i
yean with interest irem oaie.
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mjlS-.d By A.J WhEELEE. Deputy Clerk
Clerli's Sale of Real Estate.
BT virtue of a ihcree of tne Law atse ot me irfia..a
Law and Chancery Court of tbe city Memphis, at
the Marcl. Term. 1857. in the case if Ja-. Eubu .n, et.
als , earpatte pettti I will sell tu tbe highest bidder.
.tnehHc and ion. on the premises, on THURSDAY, th?
25th day st June next, at 10 w'clock A. M , the foUowtaf
aescitoea prepe ti iw-i .
A Lot of 20 Acres of Land,
Situated near the Hernando Plank Riad one mile from
tbe corporate limit aad r-oanded en the North by Walk r
street, Souin by Trigg street, East by Orleans sireet.
West ty lands o Dr. Walker. U'd and- li subdlvidi-d
into FIVE LOTS, each conuinitg a b-aifra building
site and me of It wen timi erexi. iuu ui io m
very well improve , and contains a good and large frame
dwelling boase. A more particular description awp.au
of the lots can be seen at ny office, or by calling unjas.
Robin sen. Eq. on tne place.
Tern One-fourth cash, balance In one aad two yean,
with interest from date. ... .
A1.UL. O J . AIUUI, urafc
mjlS-td By A. J. Whreler. Deptvy Cleit
X FMJfll & CO. 'S.
H AVISO rectlv d the Agency for Memphis, we esrt
supply the traife wlih the virions styles, in white
and colored, ot the
Celebrated Holmes' Patf nt Seamless
Whalebone Jioopea aicirE,
Acknowledged by sit ladles of. Judgment aad good taste I e
be TnK HOOPED SKIRT, possessing all the requisites i-f
fashion, beauty and comfort ecmbtned; besides being re
commended by the Medical Faculty of repute to the cities
of Philadelphia. Sew Ioitua Boston, wnere iai uui
takes the precedence aver all others.
FOR SALE Steel, Brass, WbaleVne and Rattan
Hoops! LEHMAN av CO.,
LOOKING-GLASS & GILT FEAMB
OLD Ftsmes re-gitded. Lsuklng Glas es re-sUvered like
new All work warrant, d. OU Paintings and Pic
lures on hand for sale, Waehlngton street, below Thestre.
I WILL sell to th e highest bidder, on Jibe 26th day ot
MAY. 1857, at the isle residence ot Wm. M Denn,
decrd. Horses, ilnl'S U"l, tnerp urii.uiia ana -der
Ox-wsgon and Team. Farming Gtrnsiis, Houtrbold
and Kltchsn Furniture, and other thing too numerous to
TERMS Kote at six months, satisfactorily eedcrvi.
payable in Bank EMILY F. DUKN.
Hats r Hats! Hats 1
BLACK, Drab, Pearl. .White, Brown. Gray. Fur. Palm.
Canton, Senate.. Straw-Lrihorn. Braid. SBk. French,
Malaga. Canada, Nicaragua, Panama. Arkanes; c ,
ewfarca'b. - .j
"NETF COUNTRY RESIDENCE.
I WILL sen a oargaia in mra
acres ot Laud, wlih a house of six Teems, k tt b-
l" en and servants rooms. The Reuse is just an
"ll i. an hnitt In thenostaaarov-d style. i'
uate- near Memphis, on the lard lormerly oraipled l-y
Dr. B P. Watkins, on Jscasorx sirrei a- .fE.""
J. M. PROVINH.
THIS well known and popular summer resort, will b
opened 3Bd kept tte insulnr season by Ibe snb
, raerV T.A.XCRFOOT.
st Eaqnlrer corrv.
THE Ongrtsslonil Globe for the First Session of the
Twenty-Fifth Congress, and also the First Session
of th- Thirtieth Congress, for which ctaT numbers will
be exbsngrtt.or a liberal pi ice given. They are wanted
.to complete a set. ' :
Inquli e at this dice. irj S-dla
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