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MAY 27, 1857
JOHN T.. WRIGHT, candidate far Congress, will id.
dress tnepjrbt the Seventh Congressional District at
(be fallowing uei, to-wit :
Sa'.iille, Hardeman eaasty......
C Baden, Beaten.......... ......
Chepsttapec, Bratoa. ...........
Waverly, Hsmphreya.... .......
W J KsigstHaaph ey
Brett's LaBsg, Perry
LiGdm, Perry... ,
Bearer Dim Springs, Hickman
Trough Spring, Giles..
Soiby, Wayne...... .........
Savaaaah, Herata ,
Gravel HHl. McNalry
MooteiHmi, McNalry ,
SaTTbawKs to Dr. Carson, the IT. S. Mail
Ageat, for Bees of late New Orleana and Tiektburg pa
pert. 5?" Mr. J. C HAHBoch, the gentlemanly
tad aiteatlve proprietor of the Wharf Boat Hotel, will
please accept Mr tttaaki far New Orleans dates cf the
Zti last sat.
$3" The Gentlemanly clerk of the steamer
awb, atr. ill ucstox, anaj.r. dobolass.
t L. if. Xennett, hare our thanks for late St. Louis
sod Loultvisso fTri.
We learu from Mr. D. P. Daman, who
hit jast retained from a tour tsfaagh North Mississippi,
that the stand of eotteo Is very bad, and these who hare
a stand are set sore of keeping K, as the late eotd weath
treaties K to teak very iadJRreBt.
8S""TB-e remains of Mr. Grsncfe Moose,
wh as kilted b the late aeeMeat oa the Memphis and
Charrestoa Battread, was aecempamed to this city, last
icptg,by several niembera of the RoMef Fi-e Company,
of whteh he was a member. Bis faaeral wi I take place
this evestsg at 3 o'clock.
CfThe easiest way we know of to make a
twneae new-a-dars, ia to boy a tkket in the Lottery of
SWA k Co., Atlanta, Ga. Their Lotteries ar author.
lsed hy the States in which they are draws, and are cob
darted oa strict ptiaeipies of integrity. They are drawn
in pie, la presence of seme Commie tteners, appointed
to snparlatsBd the drawings. Bead their adrertiseraeat
ia aaothor eatoan, aad If jouferl disposed, buy a ticket.
Who knows bet that yos may atnke a streak of leek.
The Candidates roa Goyekkos. Let oar
t Heads remeaahor that the Candidates tsr GoTernor will
speak m Mnpts ob aext Satarday, 3Mh last. Here at
Ue hose of oar taiealed.wertsy and popalar candidate, let
as prepare to 8tl the boose with mea of both parties who
stay In ten dispassionately to the argumeata of both sides.
and deM for tae&soivea la the pending election contest.
We trait that there won be a large Inmost of our citixena
lo greet the two caadMates, who hare been made by their
resceetiTeparties, the champtoas ot their cause.
Fktbait or the OtD Hebo. Mr. Martin
fat has left wKh cs a Isti length Hkenesi of Gen. AS.
skew Jacrsox, which is eag ared laths best style,
sod is traly an admirable portrait of Tenaessee'a most
disUagaiohed sob. Brery Tenaesseean who reveres the
same cf Jacesos, (and where is the Teanesseean who
does not?) shoeM parchase one of these admirable pic
tares. K Is worthy a piaee ia aay geatieman'a parl.r, as
being a nMt eredttsMe tpecimeaef Ameiican art, aad
tho coaaertidt ioseateestt of cae of the greatest soldiers,
heroes aad patriots of aay age or coaatry. Mr. Fay will
waK on oar cKiiobs with his portraits aad solicit their
Yet Another Accident. We were pained
to leara, yesterday, of aaother acetdeat occurriag to the
trata of tscareioBfjta destined for Charleston. The tele-'
gnpn aaaaBcrs thatM. C. Misdel, zaerohaatef our
cHy, was fataay iajerrd, tboagh we are happy to learn
that his wife, yesterday, received a Hpatefa from him
anasaa sing that bis arm waa broken, with some other in.
JaHes. Stroag hops,are'stin entertaiaed for his rtcovery.
Sach melarcaoty iBcideats can but mar the Joys of the
calibration, and we siacereiy hope that the chapter of ac
cidents is bow dosed.
For tee Memphis Appeal.
If Cel. G. H. MessASRAT will consent to let
his name cease before the eMteeas of the Fourth Ward as
candidate for Asoermaa, he wdt receive the support of
Tor the Mesaphis Appeal
To GEe.)ixev, E. Sir.: It ia the wi'sb
of zaaar ctt- s of the Stxth Ward to use your name as
oaadtdaz 37 AJderman.
If elected, will yeueerve?
Grindstone -with the Memphis Delegation
Julius Cater Grindttone't Eighty Jint EpUtle to MUl
JeiuiLn Pussfermcfe, vf Dop Fennel Bottom, Pun-
kin LcnMng, near Tead Level, in tht A'eigMor-
hoeJ of S-uHtn Rtafe.Ark.
Dear Jesbiha : After seadiag yen a description of
the actiett of the Kangaroo Couacll, we left. After flying
roaad a spetl, I dropped ia among the raaltitude In the
first train, which nambered ten cars, crammed and
Jameaedfatl. The lecoBaotlve jnst cscrid z.otj np the bin
from the f epoC Bv ry now and then her wheels weald
slip aad Sy roaad like the spitefal Imagination of a mad
cat. Who we got ap the hill we opened ap aad away we
went to Hke a hear race. We hj.ated ap at the rtatteas
seoi-occasioaalry, to water the hos and breathe a sp-11.
Nothing strack see more f oreiMy than a brick until we
ran ap into a tittle towa tstey cal led Sanlabary, which bad
been luiiHd 00 at In a raas.ws- rtrh The pt, in
the gaily was Wat aeven groceries. We Jrov1en to
Pocahoatas, which we foaod painted aH over with algas
the foil size of their bosses. We pitched along in a
assart trot natal we got to Corinth a new place that late
ly ran ap Hke Jack's bean-stalk. Great excitement up
on the beak; ran ap, pressed aleag wtth the crowd,
squeezed ia; plenty in sight; waiters came with eggs;
whiskered follow opposite grabbed them; didn't have
room in his pockets ; pat the rest ia his hat ; pitched Into
the pork, cabbage, aad aaasage pile, without inquiring biz
bJl; htd ix waiters syteg roaad after roast tarkey,
chicken pie, boiled oysters, beef-tangae, mince pie, soese
aad soar trout t wattirs got blm under wsy ; plenty on the
taf;waHen earns roaad oa oar side; whistle blewed; we
jumptd to ran. My hat, ia use for stop backet, got the
water; get, a tab to stand watohinlts piaee; started
to bolt eat doors ; choked, disgorging half dollars; set
tled, allaeed oat, lost ay new gloves there ; saw the hind,
zaost train eotatag down the hid, with her cars backed,
te a brisk galop; jumped Into the first train, cracked oar
whip aad went tearing through a piary, rockey region,
toTascuaibla; stopped aad Mowed there awhile ; had a
tsne fiotn Hesslsg's Band; changed horses, and went
kit log to the Tennessee river; ran throagh a long bridge
over high banks, and throagh deep cuts ; ran up to Haats
viUe about supper time; flew round, hunting hotels,
crowd immense, canlda't get aeceramodatlens; hired a
male, got aboard, rode roaad tho big spring; mule took
sleds, tamed his tsH behind him, aad made him back by
the barber's pole; went apiece; Hesilng'J Band came
along; male got scared, slid astern down the back into a
wagon bed, en sesae of the Memphis delegation, asleep on
watch; tarsed the mule loose and turned In with the
delegation; considerable yrnstirfTyod i scragging ";
MtaV 7?i0liewards chltken crowing time ; their
rosewMfa ear eyes fall of sand; went np to the train I
over two hundred up there in a weavlag way ; either
dida't go to bed at all. or got up too early far health 1
pnMicb-ieketdvy. Everybody la good humor; no bad
report! ; ptetr'T to eat at the hotels, (everyt ody 'polite
SBd eeurteoasQ bat not ef saffieieat dlminsieas to fur
Biati the famished leeeata of Egypt. L-ave at nlse.
OtstisBS aatlcipaUoas ahead. Kls s year raarm'a baby.
Tears, JULIUS CESAR GRINDSTONE.
Read This! A Hollander's Testimony.
Jacob Rimees, Mviag In the Holland settlement ot She
boygan, WkooatlB, says : "After suffering for seme time
the xaUety attending an utter prostration ot mind and
body, I have been restored, by asiag Boirhate's Hol
xako Bitters, to perfect health."
The fact of this j erne-el y being such high repute among
the Hotlaaders in Wisconsin, Michigan, New Tork, in
fast in every Hottaad settlement In the Carted States,'!
t .argues maeh la Ms favor.
Try H for Oaronte or Nervous DsMHty, or any Nervous,
BheBmattc,or Nearaigsc affection.
"At (tee Osrtsti in Church, Memphis, oa Tuesday evening,
Msy2itb, tw Motor J. X. MerrlmanMr. Thomas B.
-'Eeyxolbi and Miss Fawhie E.Toor.
, - DIED,
; , OaMesasUyoveaiog last, war Horn Lake, Mrs. Polly
LASE,wfeof the late Sampson Lane, and mother or
TteetberaadS.J.Laae. She was one ef the old early
! zaothe., f Memphis, and was 84 years of age at be.,
'0 .death! She was followed to the grave yesterday by a
1 arge otBeoarse of relatives and friends.
J11ASOKIO TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
Wkereas, It has pleased aa all-wise Providence io
.remove from eur xntdst our esteemed brother and friend,
-WlIXlXM D. Browx, we therefore offer (as members of
South MeetpWs Lotge No. 11S, A. T. M. ) our sincere
sadelenee to Mstxreaved family, and share with them
.inhlmwessw the sspright basinrst man, the true
'Ohr'stUB, 'he datlf ni sen, the kind and affectionate hus
4band, the steadfast friend, sad worthy Mason. We be-
- Heve bis reward 'will be woH dose thou good and faith--jerraat."
Jiolret!, Tbat a copy hereof be seat to the family of
'3befeezsd, aBd one rnrnlshtd for paaticatlea.
.'i!foJrfi..That we wear i hem aal BaJge of Mourning
rer thirty days. O. SMFTHKR. J
B. O. BBOWN, Committee.
X. GIBSON, )
- HEWPHII,?ENK.fX21.1ECT. , r
The above Is a true copy from the minutes of the Lodge.
Attest " P. M. B. FAULKNEB, Sec'y.
f afcst Ifrtus lig cltijrajijf
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MEMPHIS. '
Another Railroad Accident.
Aucbjta, May 25 Eiltort Appeal: Ballroad sol
dent. C. Mendle fatally injured ; Charles Frederick Sa
tastian Brewoer stlthtly injured. McEWEN.
Death of Senator Botler.
Adgcsta, Ga., Slay 2d. Senator Butler, of South
Carolina, died ot drops at alz o'clock last nlsht. 4k
Philadelphia, May 26. An accident happened to
the train due at Harrlshurg, Pa., this morning. The
fourth car broke an axle, which upset it and it was drag
ged soma distance betare the train could bo stopped.
Some ten or toeire persons were Injured, by being cut
aad bruised Mers-s. Holmes & Norton, of Trenton, X,
J., were seriously injured. Cel. Benton, of Missouri, was
In the car was somewhat bruised, but proceeded on his
Cleveland, Omo, May26. A soarpdebate hasbten
going an in the Presbyterian General Conference with re
fereseeto slarery. To-day, communications read from
Associations of Rtiode Island and New Hampshire. Wis
consin taking strong aBii-siaTery grounds.
From Washlnjton Death of Senator Bell
Washington, May 2d. Senator Bell, of New Hamp
shire, Is dead.
Accounts received here state ioat J. S. Jenkins, V. S.
Ceasal at y avigator'a Maad, waa arrested, Immediately
after aa iatervitw with Assistant Secretary Apple ton, on
a charge of piracy having seized by force of arms prop
erty beioagiBC to ctttaeas of the United States, Including
the cargo ot the ship E-adora, in Apia Harbor.
The Postmaster General bar allowed the date of Buck
man & Eetty for $15,068 per annam for extra mall ser
vice from Apalaehieola to BaUbridge, Georgia.
Mr. Moore, lite Special Commissioner at Bogota, has
arrived here on busiaess concerning bis mission.
Arrangements for Carrying the Malls.
WASHINGTON, May 36. The Postmaster General has
cendaded a contract wMh tho Soot hern steamship com.
pany for traasp -nation of malls, twice a month, between
Orleans, Apalaehieola, and all Galf ports aBd the Florida
coait, for $7,ew per aaeam.
Peter Mlatarre has been appointed the Attorney Gen-1
eral for California.
Fire at Xe-wbnrs.
DETROIT, May 26 The Station and Tank bosses be.
longing to the Great Western and Canada Rati road was
burted last night, at Xewbarg. Loss not ascertained.
River News and Markets.
New Orleans, My 6, r. M. Sales ot Cotton to-day
2,eee bales, prices slitter, bat qaetatioBS unchanged'
Sales for three days 6.6W bales! Beoeiets to Jay 600
bales; Beceipta tesstbaa last year, 229,000 hales; Be.
ceiptsataU Seatfcefu perls less than last year 539,500
bales: Stock at New Orleans 116 000 bales; Ohio Flour
$7 SO; St. Lasts $7 76; Corn 95c., advanced 3c; Pork
trm ; ether articles aaehaaged.
New Tork, May 3d. Cotton advaaotsg and buoyant ;
Flour arm; Soathern advanced fie, sales $7 00 $7 SO;
Wheat ar.ettted; holders dematd an advance; Corn
buoyant; PrevieieBs Arm aad active at 10KllHc.; Su
gar dall; Stocks a all.
LocistlLLE, May 26 There is scant six feet on the
recks, and falling fast, weather dear. Mercery SI de
grees. lort of cSlcmpjjiSo
Arrivals and Departures.
Weedtenl, Louisville to New Oileans.
Baiabow, Louisville to New Orlesns.
L. M. Kecnett. St. Louis to New Orleans. '
Belfast. New Orleans to St, LoaU. '
St. Francis No. 2, Memphis to St. Francis liver. ;
The weather was yesterday quite pleasant, with Indica
tion ot showers, which oame down last evening in Exd
earnest; for a few ruinates It madethe streets and wharf
little slippery aBd acpieaiantto pedestrians. Beslsess
was not so brisk at our landing as it was the dsy before.
Late last cveaiac everythiBg in the liae of business looked
as if It were forgotten. There were only five boats at the
landing, three ot which have laid up for the summer.
reigbts at our wharf are very scarce at this time, for
shippers have made their shirmests. There are a few
bales or eotlon lelt on the Muff. The river has tak n a
rise at this point. It has lisen la Ihe last thirty-six
honrs tear laches. Latest date from stove tetl us that
all the ttibataries of ibe Upper Mississippi and Ohio riv
ers are vejy fust and rising.- From tbee accounts, we
may expect the river to be a. high as It has been this
JjTbe H'ejtesmers Ben Frcnltin aBd Antelope are
due here mm New Orkaus this evening, Vctad for Lou
J3 The steamer H'm. Beird is dee here this BMrelsg
from LeatsvUe en route for New Orleans.
J3- The Flying Coud U dae h'.re this morning from
JtNrw Orleaas, hoabd for Looisvilie.
E3 Th steoasers Jlotie Wayne and Wlnchttterm
Mhs next regular packets eae from St. Loots.
EJ- we learn t om Mr. C. Sholtz etetk of the steamer
Ingomar, that she Intends laying ap at net wharf until
next season '
J3" The spteadid steamer Meaphit, Capt. J. H. Pe;
per,aBd thegenUtsaaalrcink, Mr. Bfuce, at ber desk, to
book all freights and passengers entrusted to bis care for
theupperMitsisslppi, leaves positively at 3 o'clock r. M.
this eveatag. Persoas wishiag to go North shoaSl avail
themselves of this opportunity, for she can be surpassed
by neae, far aocommodattees and a good table. For
freight or passage apply en board or to the gentlemanly
ag nt, Mr. A. C. Wurahaeh, at No. 33 Front Bow, who
Is always on hand aad teady to aooramedate.
We learn from Messrs. Davis, Ueda and Wlllisms,
agenta for the steamer FaMt Cttg, tbat the has under
gone tepslrs and wilt be here Friday evening, 29th inst..
bound for St. Loais.
f3The fine steamer Belat passed np yesterday
from New Orleaas, tuaatd far St. Louis. She had a fine
freight and feed list of patsengsra. Her gentlemanly
clerk, Mr. El. Booker will receive cur thanks for late
New Orleans papers.
53" The H'ot!rd and L. 31. Kennel t, passed dawn
from St, Louis and LoBisvllle yesterday, with fall freights
dThe new and splendid steamer Jlcinbctv, from
LoaisvUe, passed down last evening, leaded down to the
guards with passengers and freight, for parts below, bhe
moored at our landing about an hour, and dkebarged S6
hogsheads ef bacon and other freight.
XjT The well known steamer H. R. W. Bill Is due here
to morrow evening from it, Louis, bound fsr New Or
leans. Persons wishing to go South, will find this a good
opportunity, tor her cfltorrs are not surpassed by any for
The a etc steamers J. E. Woodruff and Henry
Chouteau are due here to-day, bound for the Crescent
EJ-The SI. Francit ti'e. 2 left for St. Francis river last
evening at her revglar hour, light.
Q- The St. Louis Republican, ef th:21tfa, says:
Kiver axd Weather The river at this polntcen
tinues to swell steadily. The iprwi rivers are all rising
rapidly. We heard bo reports of change In them yester
day. Arrivals were qntte numerous, and the scene was
busy en the levee. Testerday was the first really warm,
genuine spring day we have had, and last evening there
was a cheering prospect of ita ccntinulog fine and warm.
THIS DAT RECEIVED
iffdifMon to the Stock on Hand,
rr A 1 tSARDA SUPERIOR PRINTS, of Merri
ll lift I mieit Hamilton, Uoyie, Cocheeo, Rocking
ham, and all ether p9ar brands, handsome styles ana
An additional supply of d MUSLIN-KOBhS,
MULLS. NAINSOOKS, and LI EN LUSTRES for Trav-
UN 11 AA
ShlrllBgs, Sheetings, DrlUlags bleacBM and brown;,
itfiitmr, rillow, and sneeting unemit '
Towels Napkins, TaMe Cloth" and't5lUJj .
S Genuine Russia Crash, Uuckahach Dollies;
Indigo Checks. Stripes. Oznaburgs ;
Marseilles, Lancaster and Dimity Quilts aad Counter
panes, wntsc SLU WiUl
Embroidered, Damask, Printed, &c.
MUSLINS AND WHITE GOODS,
In great variety.
India Long Cloths and liriHlint. ; -Hoops,
BrilHanie and BugeneBobrs.
Si teres. Collars and Setts.
Elegant Dress Goods.
ROBES and FLOUNCES,
Superior BLACK SILKS, various widths ;
Black anl Fancy, $10 to $60. ,
SUk, Lace and Linen, $1 to $ 10. ,
SHOES, HOSE AND GLOVES,
'Tor Ladles and Misses,
Men's. Youths' and Boys' Goods.
A complete Stock of
Furnishing Goods Eeady Made.
Fine Cloths, Cassimeres and VeatlngsDaesklns, Dril
ling. Satins. Dran D'Ete. &e.. Bya' and Men's Shirts,
Stocks, Cravats. Boats. Shoes. Slippers, Coves, HosirryJ
Handkerchiers. uais, -rrunas, umurwias, c
' Merchants, Plenters and close bbyera arc invited lo
examine the Gd and prices, as tey are offered at
Wholesale or Be. tall very low.
J. L TATLOR,
mT20 " 184 Mala stree-t.
BBLS. Champigiie t'lder, rcwlTed this tUr.fiy
H '-H. POTJKB.
r . MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL OFFICE, 1
Tuesday, May S, 1S57. J
MEMPHIS COTTON QUOTATI0KS.
Inferior 8 9 I StrlctMiddllng.lSXeilX
Ordinary 10 10M Good Hld'lllng.l3)tllH
GoodOrcinary....l0XU I Middling -alr..l3X3lt
Low Middling.... II X12 I Fair, scarce.... nominal.
Middling 12IS. J
SEW ORLEANS MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE PICATUNK,
Friday Evening, May 22, 1S57.
our ctneral market has presented a fair appearance
during the past week, with a good demand for moat de
scriptions ot produce, ana an upward tenancy in the
ratea lor several of the leaatng artlc.ee. The cotton
market waa dall and depretaedln the early part ot the
week, but bas ralllea under the influence of the favorable
accounts by the Nisgara, and prices latterly have been
very full Tobacco continues without anlmallon.-and pri
ces have been eaaler generally. Sogar and Molssses have
met with a good demand, and wtth limit -d supplies the
latter has turtbet advanced. Flour bss been Orm and
Corn has sold at higher prices. Frelgb s acd Exchange
hare beet In more request with aa up ard tendency in
Cotton To-day, with a poor assortment oSeilng and
full prices claimed, the business fell off again to about
2500 bales. The demand has been cbledy lor the Middling
and Law Middling descriptions, and these grades show an
Improvement of Mc. within the last day or two. We
now quote :
Inferior 6 (SIO I Middling 13K0U
Ordinary 10X311 I Good Middling.. HH&HK
tood Ordlnary.,12 12X I Middling Fair... &HK
IowOrd.nar).. XSX Fair sSio
The rfoeiDts of the week embrace 9 353 bales, against
11,603 fcr the currespcndlng week last year. The total
receipts since the 1st of September have been 1,479,836
ba'es against last year to the same date 1 704 631 Silts.
Tae exports of the week embrace 23 ES bales, rompri-
sine 22 631 to Liverpool 1250 to Genoa, 133 to Glasgow.
26S3 to Havre, 1061 to Vera Crui, 435 to Boston, 227 to
Stw Tork, and 250 to Philadelphia.
Thetotal exports since the 1st ef September nave oeen
The exports fcr the corresponding wets: last year were
37.921 bales, and the total exports to daU were 1.584.001
The stock on band this evening is 120,075 bales, against
160.026 at the same time last year.
STATEMENT OP COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st September, 1S56 Bales 7,193
Arrived since 1,179,471
Arrived to-day 3651,479,336
Exported to dale..
Exported so day. . .
Stock on hand and on ship-board not cleared. .....120 575
I A LLpe sons havicg claims against the estate of the
. I XI late B. C. F. Duncan, will present them at once for
payment, ana those indebted to said estate will call and
pay. B. B. WAUUELL,
Qf QBDS. FairSugar ; 20 do Prime do; 20 do Choice
- W Sugar. Fur sale low to tho trade by
FLOUBNOT, COOPER & LEASE.
rayll 196 Main street.
1 f( BAGS Rio Coffee; 50 do Havar.a do; 25 do La
A J J gulra Coflee. For sale by
FLOUBNOT, COOPER & LEAKE,
1S6 Main street.
1 f,AI'BLS-IletollciUoIUK100 nalt do Bebolled
Molasses. For sa!e by
FLOUBNOT, COOPEB & LEAKE,
196 Main street.
HOI ES Star Candles; lOOhalf do. Foraaleby
FLOUltNUT, COOPER LEAKK,
196 Main street'
ry ' OASES superior Bottled Brandy. For sale lowly
I O FLOURNOY, COOPER a LEAKE,
196 Main atreet.
1 A TIERCES Bice; 10 bags Spice; 20 kegs Soda; 60
a. VJ oois. Lara ; in ao uumps. ror eale Dy
FLOnRNOT,.COOPR ft. LEAKE.
O A BOXES Virginia Smoking .Tobacco ; 50 do good
tv VJ Tobacco; 100.003 supnior Cigars. Foraaleby
FLOUBNOT, COOPER . LEAKE, .
196 Main street.
ICE CBEAM SALOOSS
Confectionery & Candy manufactory,
Madiaoo Street, between Main and Second,
TTAVING removed from the old stand to his new bouse,
AA begs H-axe through this medium to return hl thants
io the citizens ef Memphis and surrounding country for
nnmerous testimonials of their high appreciation ot its
s-erricei, and most respectfully solicits a continuance ot
thtr kind patronage, assuring them that his tflor s to
please will be assiduous as they have been herefcre. 111a
Is new ope3. where Meals will be served up at all hours.
with ihf-t the market can afford, prepand In Ameri
can er Fresca style. Extra dishes for families to order.
Particular attention paid-in furnishing WEDDINGS,
PARTIES, BALLS and DINNERS. HIS
Xco CrcnniB and Confections,
Becommenj themselves. His
Is mahc factored be himself In the only porcelalned fcxn
tain in this city. Petsoos may, .therefore. Indulge In It
without fear, that the acta can have any contact with
copper or aay other metals.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
In his Uandrst manner, SPECHT invites you to give tim
P. S. Wholesale Dealers are particularly requested to
come and see for themselves, as his manufactory cannot
' Orders Item the country promptly attended to.
BT virtue of a deed in trust, executed to me the ISth
day of March, 1F65 I will-sell at public auction to
the highest bnlder far Cash. Lots No.'s 13. 15. 28, 29, ot
H. W Hill's subdivision of original county lot No. fill,
aslaMoutby Wm. Crane, City Bnglneer. The above
Vats will be sold on the premises on the 2Stb day of May,
IM7. a. 11. WAUDKLb,
1 C A- BBLS Extra and S. P. Flour!
1 J U 36 disks Bacon Sides, Hams and Shoulders ;
150 bbls. ami half bWs Harris' IX Ale;
50 casks quarts and pints L ndan Porter ;
150 bb! s Dexter's aid Ficken's Whisky ;
0t rfoeeen nostetter's Stomach Bittera ; '
60 baskets Piper Heldsleck Champagne;
25 bbls. Mackerels; 0 kits Mackerel;
100 dosen Cove Oysters; 50 boxes Pickles;
60 gross Garrett's Snuff, In bottles and papers;
160 boxes Star Candles; 15 boxes Virginia Tobacco;
25 boxes lmon Syrup ; 25 h xes Smcking Tobacco ;
CO boxes Pie Finlt; 2Sdoien Brooms;
25 boxes Soda Crackers ; 25 bbls Pic-Nlc Crackers ;
60 i?oxen Wash Boards ; 60 boxes Starch ;
60 Coils Manilla Rope, all sites.
Sngsr, Cuffre, Tea. Molasses, Lemons, Figs, Raisins,
Almonds, Pecan, Filberts, Eng. Walnuts, Sardines, Ac.
For sa'e Vy J. F. FRANK,
myl7 No. 35 Front Bow.
Iiittle Bock, Arkansas.
THE subscriber having recently purcbated 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 the whole Establishment,
and hopa to give general satisfaction.
my9-lm WM. H. DAWSON.
RAN AWAY $200 REWARD.
BAAWAT from the subscriber, while at work
on tte Gennantown Plank Boad, In the month of
July last, two negro merr, vli:
M (JUG AN, about 35 years old. blsck como'exlon.
will weigh about 180 pounds, 5 feet 1 1nches high, Is left
bandtd, and hn a small scar on the left side of his face,
rather quick spoken, stoop shouldered, and ptohably mark
ed with the whip.
ISAAC, about 23 years old, black complexion, about 5
feet 6 inches high, will weigh 160 pounds.
A reward of $100 wlU be paid for either, If taken out
of the State, and $50 for either. If taken within the
Sta'e. H. C. STABK.
FlhervJ1e, May 15th. 1857. myl7-daw2m
NO. 2S2 3IAIIV STREET.
WE are weekly receiving additions to our already Urge
and well astorted stock ot STAPLE and FANOI
DRT GOODS, to which the attention of the trade is re
spectf ully invited. L. VKST ti CO..
my!2-dawlm No. 2S2 Malnstreel.
To-Sportsmen and Hunters!
.TTt WOtVFF has removed from Washington street to
jQla No. 169 Main, between Washington and Adams,
where, by having a larger place for workmen, Gunamlth
lng In all its branches tan now be turned out with greater
dt'patch and in better style.
Remember, No. H9 Main atreet, Mempblr, at the sign
of the BIG GDN. ny2i-daw6m
-einn DOZEN Hose and Half Hose, en hand and for
dUUU saleby JAMES LOW b. CO..
mar3l 418 Main street, Louisville, Ky.
FOR SALE A GREAT BARGAIN.
CORN RR LOT 109 feet on Jone's Avenue and
170 on Roberson street, nesr Col. Decree's real-
'"I d nee. Also. Storehouse and L-ass on Court
street. Apply at No. 6 CX,url street, to
myI02v J. W. WATSON.
g'k jb e win g n ,
THIS well known and popular summer resort, will bo
opened and kept tie ensuing season by the scb-
T. A. BUBFOOT.
mvl 6-d 1 tawatwl m
E3 Enquirer copy.
IWILLhefoundattheMayor'soflce dally from 10 to
2. Those having business with the Mayor must call
there in these hours. DAN. HUGHES,
mj23-l w Mayor, pro, tern.
A MAN without a family to take charge of a garden
near the city. Noneother than one qualified need
andy- Apply to J. M. SHAW k CO.,
mj2Mf 1st door from Madlson-st. in Bank Avenue.
Pulley Blocks and Tackle.
TUST received, all sixes. Pulley Blocks and Tackles for
J hoisting purposes. .
my22-lw McCOMBS k TBICE.
TO bay or sell, has on band at all times Ciprrss. Pine,
Poplar and Oak Lumber, near the Charleston Ball
road Depnt. Give him a call. myM-dlm
THE subscribers having taken out letters of sdmlnis
t ration upon the estate ot Carolina. Kattman, decd,
all persons indebted io the same, are hereby notified to
make payment, and all persons having claims are re
quested 10 present them properly authenticated for set
tlement. . N, FBiCK, J ElMlnr.
mjliMm- H, CORNER, I "tc,"0,
IS offered to the victim of Inflammatory Bheumatism as
a certain means of assaoglng the psln, and radically
curing the complaint, when all othertreatmeat has Ut
terly failed The flesh should be fomented wib watm
water, and then tho Ointment applied with such, degree
of friction as the patSentmay be able .to bear.
Sold at the manufactory,;, No. SO Maiden' Lane, hew
Tork. and by all dtugglsts, at 25c , 63c., and $1 per pot.
K3" We would recommend to our readers
whureslde la those sections of the country where the fe
ver and ague prevails, or who contemplate visiting those
sectlocs, to arm themselves with one or two. bottles of
ieonord's Soa'h American Freer and 'Aguf. Remedy,
. ... . ... . ...
to be usea as a preventive ajamai iv yi
ease, which is unequalled. It is as lndiipsnsable to
. tnifraAt and iriveier as we raeana o.
fense wouldbetotho hunter In expiorlog the wilds of
this country.- "Wo refer jou to hi adverUsrmtnt In j
another part of this paper. k
Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative.
THIS preparation Is said to be a most effective remedy
for Baldness and falUst effcf the Hair. It haa only been
. . , .. .u ,., x . v.. .tmHr
lntr;dud toth. pub'.Jciftw years, and hss already
rapidly mpat upn me counaento oi iut svs
insUr stands superior to any other Hair Jleit.eratlvo
ever brought' before the public. Wo have such confli'ence
In it that-weThave commenced nsing it, lor baldness, and
our friends ma? look out to see eur senlar with s. new
Lheadaress. Jfrsf Ter.nettee Whig.
To be had ot O. J. Wood & Co., 114 Market street, St.
Louloand of druggists generally. oaww
THIS WEEK I wilt issue "iodte's Real Estate Bul
letin." Itwlll be printed on eight page quarto sheet,
with new and neat type, and after the first number will be
Issued on the second Saturday in each month. The main
objects of the Bulletin will be to portray In true colors
the position ot Memphis as a commercial and manufac
turing city, to furnish the prices or Real Estate, com
mercial reports, a commercial directory, and give from
time to time a succinct statement of the various Rail
roads terminating at Memphis, with price ot fare.
freights, etc. Some little space will be devoted to litera
ture, anecdotes and general Intelligence.
The price of the Bulletin will be, to distant subscribers
$1, and to city subscribers 75 cents per annum. Poitage
and Delivery to be paid by me. For insertion ot business
cards and advertisements, the price will be $1 a line per
year, to be paid Invariably In advance. Property placed
In my hands for sale will be advertised In the Bulletin
free ot charge
I have net been able to get for this number of my pa
per the headingV or railroad cut, but I hare no doubt I
will have them n time for the next Issue.
nr2l-lw G. B. LOCKE, Auctioneer.
A New Pleasure.
WB have always considered the real Failua Cologne
Water aa the most modeat and prsper luxury for eur toi
let table, but the other day we were tempted by a stray
bottle of "BURNETT'S KALLISTON, or ORIENT WA-
TBR," prepared by Messrs, Joseph Burnett & Ce., Tre
saont Street. We yield It the palm f the effect 1 1 salutary
and the perfume is eiquls.te; after the application we
feel as bland and balmy as a Msy morning. We beg to
suggest to the proprietors to make it less irresistible If
they expect to supply the demand Boston Gazette.
Prepared only by Joseph Burnett & Co., 41 Tremont
For rale by all Druggists, at fifty cents per bottle.
For sale,by S. MANSFIELD k. CO., and dealers gener
ally. Price 60c. and tl per bottle. my20-datwlw
Josas Wuitcosib's Remedy will a'ways afford im
mediate relief, and generally euro this distressing ecto
pia in t. Persons who suffer from periodical Colds and Ca
tarrh, will receive great benefit from this Remedy, if ta
ken in season.
Prepared by Joseph Burnett k Co., Boston.,
For sale by sll Druggists, at $1 per bottle.
For sale by S MANSFIELD & CO , Memphis.
THE STAB GALLERY now offers for exhibition the
fineet collection -of OIL PAINTINGS ot any Gallery In
the country. ,
The IMPERIAL PHOTOGRAPH la one .of th leading
pictures of the day. Made only by PARK Ac PEP
LOU". The HALLK07TPE the most wonderful picture ever
made can bo sen at the Star. Gallery Made at no
other GaHery in the city. . Go see them. myl2
White Teeth, Perfumed Breath
and Beautiful Complexion,
CAN be acquired by using the ' Balm or a Thou
sand FtowEIta." What lady or gentleman would re
main under the curs of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the Balm or a Thousand Flowers " as a
dcnltificewould not only render It sweet, hut leave the
teeth white as alabaster t Many persons do not know
their breath is bad, and the subject Is so delicate their
friends will never mention it. Beware of counterfeits.
Be sure each bottle Is signed,
PETRI DGE fit CO., New Tork.
E3" For sale by all Druggists. ap!7-deodly
A NEW DISCOVERY.
THE many evidences adduced in this city place it be
yond doubt as to the permanent cure of CONSUMPTION
In all ot its forms, by the continued nseof Dr. SLEDGE'S
HOABHOUND PECTORAL. CROUP relieved In one
Wm. A. Batchelor's .Hair-Dye.
GBAT, BED or BUSTT HAIR 'dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and Natural BBOWN or BLACK, without the
least injury to hair or skin.
WM. A. BATCHELOn since 1839, and over 80,000 appli-1
cations have been made to tbs hair of his patrons of his
famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair end whis
kers Is unjust, as it would bo against covurlng a bald
head with a wig.
Wm. A. Batchelor'i Hair-Dye produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and Is warranted
not to Injure In the least, however long it may be con
tinued. Made, sold or applied, (In nine private rooms.) at the
Wig Factory, 2S3 Broadway, New Tork.
Sold In all cities and towns of th united States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
X7 Tho Genuine has the name and address upon a
steel-plate engraving on four aides of each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. BATCILELUB,
113 Broadway, New Tork.
rj For sale try B. MANSFIELD k CO.
Hardeman County, Tennessee.
THE undersigned, having rece ntly purchased the above
well known watering place, la now refitting the same
and putting the building, grounds, etc, in aa 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
these Springs will, the coming season, present to the
seeker ot pleasure and health attractions second to no
others in the Union, "ibe water is of the best quality,
possessing One curative qualities, and the proprietor will
spsre neither pains nor expense in rendering his guests
comfortable during their so.oarn with him.
The means ot acce.s to these Springs is very rasy,-thy
being-situated directly on the Railroad from Memphis to
Bolivar, 2 H miles frcm Bolivar, and sixty from Mem
phis. The cost of reaching tbem from Meaiphla is only
three dollars Persons viltlng the Springs can leave
Memphis lb the morning and reach them by noon ; and
leave in the afternoon and reach Memphis fcr supper.
J. u eauklman. Proprietor.
P. S In addition to the olherattraet! nt of the place.
there will be kept a fine band ot MUSIC to enliven the
guests. J. 0. E.
For Spring and Summer of 1857,
ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Casslmcre HATS, re
ceived at WH EATON'S, 75 Front Bow, where those In
want of a susertiand fashionable HAT will nlease call.
Constantly ounand and receiving tho largest and finest
stock ot SOFT HATS In the city at
feb24 WHEATONS. 15 Front Row.
Up. 23 Tront Bow,
' MEMPHIS, TENN.,
ILLS and orders filled with the Genuine Article at
JD manufacturer's prices. One hundred dim rent
brands constantly oh hand. '
Garrett's Scotch Snuff.
In A DOZ. Gsmtl's Snuff, in bottles;
UU 25 gross " packs;
fjbbls " ' bladders;
Atd all other brands of Fcotch Snnff. For sale by
oy23-daw2w WARD k JONES 229 Main st.
IJAfin OUNCES pure Sulph. Quinine. For rale by
WARD & JONES.
Points and Oils.
or BBLS. pure unseed oil I
ZO 20.0001 s. pure White Lead;
10,000 lbs. pure Zinc White ;
10 bbls. Snirlls Turpentine :
And Paints of sll colors, dry and In oil; Tarnishes, ic?'
For sale hv WARD'.' JONES. 1 1l
For sale by
- WE are authorized to announce SaKUKLT. 2I02GAN
as an Independent candidate for M ayur.
WE are authorised and requested to annaaace R. D
BiUGH aa a candidate for the office of Mayor at th en
Editors ArrrAL: In reply to a call from "Many
Citlieo" toaerve at Aiuerman in ice r oartn ward
will serve, if it is the wish cf the residents of the Waid.
my3C Kespeceruiiy, I. M. HILL.
WE are authorized and requested to announce J. D
DaNBORT, as a candidate for Alderman of the Fourth
WB are authorized to announce THOMAS J. FINNIE
as a candidate for re-election as Alderman ot the Fourth
1 T0 Ti. Voters or MEMrms: I accept the sail
the I made upon ma to run for Alderman In the Sixth Ward,
.t. I anri If fttfv) wilt irvs th nnt rlthtnn
i - . - . .
K. n. PEKBT.
To the Eiiton of the SltmphU Appeal:
With reference to the call made on me a few
daya ago to become a candidate for re-election as AMermsn
of the Fourth Ward, pero.it me to say that if ray ftHow-
cittzens are samnta witu the course i have pursued in
the Board the past year, and will re-elect me. my past
experience will. I trust enable me to serve them Clare
I efficiently than I have hlthnto done. And I need not
to I 7 that I have the great wej-belng of our prosprrous
to i lu prcs;.m y j Bm wSnr t0
"nisor; ana having atuaieti to know what is right, I win,
ever I If reflected, dltcharse my duty faltblully, and without
fAa no vnr r. t ana Man its nt a! titon and aaarlot.
the fear or favor ot any man or set of men, and with an
eye single to our city's prosperity at home, aad ber repe
I shall be absent several weeks, and mast leave the
matter to my fellow citizens to elect me or notes trey
choose. Very respectfully,
THOMAS JAMES FINNIE
rl WE are authorized to announce HUME P. HILL.
Esq , as a ca dldate for re-election to the oSce of Re
corder, a pit
WE are authorised to announce Major GEORGE W,
FISHER aa a candidate for Recorder at the ensuing mu
nicipal election. ap25
FOR CITY MARSHAL..
WB are authorised and requested to announce ENOCH
ENLOE as a Candidate for City Marahal, at the ensuieg
WE are authorised and rrquested to announce FRANK
BTRD as a Candidate tor City Marshal, at the June elec
WE are authorised to announce C. VAN CAM PEN, as
a candidate for Cily Marshal. my5.
WE are authorised to announce JOHN SMOOT, as an
Independent candidate for City Marsnsl syo
WE are authorised and rrquested to announce JOHN
WILKERS0N, as an Independent candidate for City Mar-
shal, at the ensuing election. my
WE are authorized to announce JAMES O. BEIN-
HABDT as a candidate for the offloe of City Marshal, a
the ensuing Municipal Election In June next. raarl9-te
FOR CITY TAX COLLECTOR.
WE are authorized to announce WM. UNDERWOOD
as a candidate for the office of City Tax Collector. my7
FOR CAPTAIN OF DAY POLICE.
WE are authorized and requested to announce Captain
W. C. CAUSKT as an Independent candidate for the oMce
of Captain ot the nay Police. apw
WE are authorized and requested to announce J. F.
JOHNSON as a candidate for iv -election to the office of
Captain ot Day Police, at the ensuing June elections.
CAPTAIN NIGHT POLICE.
WE are authorized to announce FELIX G. BUTLER a
candidate for Captain cf the Night Police, at the ensuing
ihmufmt, J tanas, (tr-
FURNITURE ! FURIVITUKE!
at nEnirran pnira;
UXTILTIIE FIRST OF JULY NEXT.
INTENDING to make extensive improvements to our
itore during the summer, we will offer for sale, from
this date, at" a small advance on cost, the largest as
sortment of jatnionaDie and common ruroiiare in the
We are compelled to seU out a great quantity of
Furniture before the hddition.can be commenced, as we
will necessarily have to-close the store for a shogt time.
Purchasers will find it to-tbeir Interest to hoy their Fur
niture before the first of July next, at
McKINNET & CO.'S,
Opposite Worsham House, Mesaphis.
13" Our terms are CASH for small bills city sicctp
tanes for time bills. mj2S-lm
GEO. FLAHERTY & BRO.
ARE .soiling out, with-
out reserve their slock off
SVsOOO, consisting of TI-
AN0S from (he most eel-
ebrated makers, such as Chlckerlug k. Sons ; Furniture,
from a Kitchen Table to the moat elaborately -carved
Rosewood Setts In Brocatelle and Plush
Carpets, Cnrtalns, Floor Oil CJoth Mattresses, Lookii.g
Ulasses. ottoman fames, prepared for ems-rota no cov
ers, OSlee Furniture, Refrigerators and Shower Baths.
Sash of every variety; Stains, Newels and -Banisters
600 on hand at all times. Dialers vlsltini oar city are
Invited to examine our stock.
Pianos tuned and repaired by a Professor ot long expe.
Ware Booms corner Msinatid Union streets, Memphis
PIANO FORTE, EURNITTJBE
. Carpet and Curtain Rooms.
PHINOS ofA. A. Gale.
1&. Co., Lighte, Newton &J
Bradbury, Rosewood, us-
1 hogauy and Walnut Parlor -
and Bed Room Furniture, Sofas, Divans, Bureaus, Ward
robes, Secretaries, Cottage Mai bis Top Bed Room Suits,
and a large assortment of Common Furniture.
Spring, Hair, Moss, Cotton and Shuck Mattresses made
to order Oil Carpeting, from thiee to eighteen tetl
wide; Tapestry, Brussels acd 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 Planes tuned.
and all kinds ot Musical Instruments repaired by expe
rienced workmen. H. M. GROSVENOR,
Main street, between Madison and Monroe.
CASES assorted Coidlal n store and for sale by
li. 11. ruxriSR, MalB-st,
Third door North ot Worth -m House.
Cnrt CASKS Kennett's Ale In store and fer sate by
UUU 11. 11 POTTER, Mals-st,
Third door North ot Worsham House.
THO CASES Lemon Syrup Just received and for sale
1UU m n. U. POTTER, Mam-st,
Third door North or Worsham House.
W. E. 1VJDQLT0N,
26 Madison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
Exchange and IVote Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of all
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
LEA & PER&INS'
ot a Letter from a
PE0N0UNC ED BT
CANNOisREiiRS. k i xieaicai uenuemaa
TO BE THE SaW.!i, TO HIS BROTHER
'Only Good Sauce,'
WORCESTER, May, '51
"Tell LEA k PER
RINS that their
SAUCE is highly es
teemed In India,aad is.
In my opinion the most
AHD APPLICABLE TO
palatable as well as the
OF DISH. I-KSiimostwhoIesome Sauce
that is made.
The nly Medal awarded by the Jury of the New Tork
Exhibition for Foreign Sauces, was obtained by LEA k
PERRINS for their WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, the
world wide fame ot which having led to numerous Imlta.
tlons, purchasers are earnestly requested to see that the
names of "LEA k PERRINS" are Impressed upon the
Bottle and Stopper, and printed upon the labels.
Sole Wholesale Agents for the United States.
John Duncan & .vons,
405 BROADWAY, N. Y.
A stock always In store. Also, orders received for di
rect shipment from England. my9-ly2p
1ABBL97 Mess Pork, received this day and for sale
U V by HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
CASKS Clear Side Bacon. . For sale by
myls HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
(Zff BOXES H and H boxes Star Candles. For sale
O U U ty HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
BAGS No. 1 Bio CotT.-e. For sale by
my!9 . HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
HANCOCK, CLaRK k GO.
For sale by .
HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
60 " Champagne Cider;
3U Turpentine aoap;
Pickles, Catsups. Spice, Pepper, Tobacco and Cigars.
For sale hy
myI9 HANCOCK. GLIRK k CO.
Two Painters Wanted.
TWO good experienced Painters can find employment
by calling on T.W.POTTER,
mytl-lw Lehman & Co.
Grand Gift Enterprise.
BICH ejTSWELBY GIVEN" AWAY,
TTI VERT person buying an article of Jewelry or Fancy
Jt?i QmxIs at my establishment and paying two dollars
and fifty cenla tor the ram, shall be entitled to a. ticket
In the above Grand eltt Enterprise.
The article called for on said Ticket, shall be immediate
ly handed to the parjy drawing.
The following is a list of the Jewelry, &&, to be given
HKAYT GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
LATA PINS AND EAB DROPS,
GOLD PEN OIL CASES AND PENS,
HEAVX GOLD FOR CHAINS,
RINGS. kQ kO., kc.
At Locke's Salesroom, 262 Mala st.
LEHMAN & CO.
Corner Ulaiu and JctTerson-Sts.,
HAVING purchaaed our Staple Goods prior to the
advance In Cotton, we aie prepared to eel! plain,
striped and Plaid Osnabnrr. Rmwn m...i,bf n.n.,
tlc, and in fact all kinds of heavv Sn flla ,iu
prices. Brcwn and Bleached Domestic, from live centa
and up. Tard wide Sea Island Brown Domestic only ten
cents; fine do twelve cents.
Our stock of FANCT GOODS is complete, having a
very largo and full assortment of Silks. Organdies.
V .ant. S,m n-.mit. n . .
. .. " r """ovmxjus we pay very particular at
tention to, and can sell Swias, Jacone , Mull, Jtc., ie . of
cents. ' " '
's.. 1.11 woiuuiiHiniiDncPITinrnf ft Am imtAflfli
Every one should examine our ITOMKRT. and mnr.
especially our SHOES, which we have minnf.rtnred tn
oroer ana can warrant. Why has net worn a pair of our
f,1? KID 0ym 'lBen llo. fd with white kid. at
" sr pair tD29
JLesiman & Co,
Having the Agency for
Wheeler &. Wilson's
SELL tbem for the manufacturers at their prices, ad
ding freish and insurance.
w e have also the agency for
Singer & Co.'s
PREMIUM SEWIXG MACHINES.
Both Machines can be seen in operation in the silk and
bonnet room of cur store, stitching, seaming, hemming,
gathering, binding. Sue sewing either the finest of silk
or h aviestef osnaburg, dulng the work of ten or fifteen
ladles each day.
we offer a full stock, agreeing to duplicate their eastern
bills. Please examine our goods and prices
ap29-lmdaw 1.EII1IAN & CO,
To those who lore their Fellow Beings
I HAVE a RemMy (purely vegetable) for Fever an
Ague, tits, and Falling Sickness, which has never
been kn .va iq fall. It is as pleasant, and as cheap as it
is crncacious. .any person wno win sera me the names.
and directions to the residences, of ten individuals sick
of Consumption, or any disease of the Chest or Lnngs, or
suserir.g irom a broken down and shattered Constitution,
will receive as a reward this Recipe. It embodies full In
structions for making and administering thi- wonderful
Medicine Address, DR. TRACT DELORMK.
myS-dawImls New Tork Post-OOce.
MAGXIFICEXT ARKANSAS FARM
WE ofTer for sale a' very superior trast of 1050 acres
ot Land on the Mississippi river. In Mississippi
county, Arkansas, one ml e below the town cf Osceola;
61 acres ot the land is la s high state of csltivatlen, and
60 acres of timbertieadened The tract Is entirely above
overflow by means of a levee, and drained by bayous or
nttural ditches. We w 11 sell a great bargain for half
cash In this valuable Farm, is the price we ask, as we
are informal, is far betow the market price of lands of
equal value. Mr. B B Hardin living on an adjoining
1 lsntatlon, will take pleasure In ahowiBg the Farm to aH
who wish to eximlne. For terms, ke . address.
J. L. k R. W. BROWN,
myO-dtwawlm it Cherry St., Nashville, Tenn,
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
Hardin County, Tenn.
(SECOND. SEASON UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
THE WHITS. SULPHUR SPRINGS will be opened on
the' 1st Jhne nest, tor the accommodation ot my
friends and th puMie. I have a large Ice House full ol
Ice. An exc-eil.-ct Band of Music will be th attendance
during the en Ire season. The Depot wll be at Burns-
vllte, on the iiempnn and Charleston Railroad.
I have made arrangements with Mr. J. T. Chidrster,
who will have plenty if One Coaches at the Depot. All
can rely on g)lng throagh direct tte same day tVy leave
iiemiDts. ne wm also nave n -e Buggies i nd carriages
at toe springs.
apl9-daw3m GEO. SHALL.
SPRIXG AXD SUMMER CLOTHING !
rriHE -undersigned respectfnlly call the attention of
L cirisens and strangers generally to our large assort
ment of SPRING and SUMMER CLOTHING, whicS can
not oe surpa-seu in quality, ana cneapners. Always "on
hand, a eewptrte stock of Gents' Wea'iegApparreL Call
anl examine. NO trouble to show goods.
HESSE k LETT.
Corner of Madison and Front Bow,
mylO-Im Merriman's otd stand.
"WATCHES AND -JEWELRY i
AT 25 PER CENT jLESS
Than Any Other House in the City of
MY stock comprises the largest and most varied assort
-ment ot JEWELRT ever offered la the dty, con.
ststtng of the latest and most fashionable style of
and PLAIN GOLD
Bracelets, Pins and Ear Drops!
"JEROME'S" CLOCKS, ot every style and pattern.
PLATED WARE Castors, Cake Baskets, Knives, Spoons,
ACCORDEONS, FLUTINAS and POLKAS,
FANCY NOTIONS, of every description.
Which I shall dispose of at wholesale and retail at
New Tork prices. THOS. J. HARRIS,
At Locke's Salesroom, 2S2 Main street,
myl 1-ly Memphis, Tenn.
"MEMPHIS JKSURAXCE COMPANY,
Sam. ilosby, Pres't; Ben Slay, Seo'y.
ornsk: ox jesters-ox street.
A. O. Harris, Sam. Mosb7,
Q. O. ATKIXSOS, T. W. WILKI5S0X,
J. O. OREEIfLAW, T. II. ALL EX,
J. J. HAWLIjai
Hats! Hatsl Hats!
TLACK. Drab. Pearl. Whte. Brown. Grar. Fur. Palm.
Jj Canton, Senate, Straw. Leg horn. Braid, Silk, French,
Malaga. Canada, Nicaragua, fanama. rKansa, &c
low for cash. J I. TATLOR.
Cortla&e Oakum &c
SMITH. COOPER k CO.. 122 Fr.nt Street, New Tork,
and 75 Tchoupetoulas Street. New Orleans, manufac
turers ot Cordage, Oskum, kc, oiler for sale a full as
sortment of Manilla and Tarrel Rope, Navy aad Extra
Oakum, deliverable in New Tork or New Orleans.
myl 9 6m
life have nearly run out. discovered
East Indies, a certain cure for Consump-
Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and General
remedy was discovered By him te bis
daughter, was given np to die. Wlshms
to do as much gcd a poesible, he wlJ send to such or Mr
afflicted fellow-beings as request It, this recipe, with
full and exp icit direc Ions for making It up. and success
fully using it. ue requires each applicant to enclose
hlu one shilling three centa
on the recipe, and the lemslnder
payment of this advertisement.
No. 19 Grand street
To the Stockholders of the Mem
phis and Charleston R. R. Co.
N accordance with the power and authority given In
the 16th Section of the Charter of the Memphis and
Charleston Railroad Company, the Board of Directors
have resolved that aQ Stockholders (except those whose
cases are In litigation) who do not pay out fully their
stock os or before the 30th day or JUNE NEXT, that the
same rill be forfeited to the Company, including all
Stock veholly or partially unpaid.
By order of the uoara.
W. B. WALDRAN,
apU Secy and Tteas'r Western Division.
Strayed or Stolen,
VROVmvnrrmlwl no inn itrMt attnf
iTx the 10th orl6ih of April, a small D'ABC BAT
..22t.MARE PONRT. with no white marks about her.
but has a bare place nnder her breast Jnst behind her
fore legs where the girt is worn, caused by a snag long
tall and flowing mane. A liberal reward will be paid tor
her. If de'lvered at OWEM k OWEN'S, 275 Main street,
or at my house on Madison street.
msylS 3r MILES OWEN.
To the Citizens of Memphis.
THE snderslgned purposes establishing a Southern
Paper In New Tork. and desires particularly the en-
cou.'sgement and aupport ot the citixena of Memphis, and
of the stale or Tennessee.
I shall for a tew days remain at the Worsham Hon ,
and will take It as a special compliment from the friends
ot the enterprise, it they w ill send me their names as
subscribers to, Tae Soulier llerau. subscription $3.
myf N. A. RAMSsT.
ALL persons Indebted to the late firm of Ferguson,
Nelll k Black, either by ntte or account, are hereby
notified, tbat unlets they make setllem.nl of the same by
the 1st day of June, prox., theywlli be placed la the
hands of an officer for collection. T.t
J. H WILBDRN,
myl5-dtwtwlm of the aforesaid "firm.
Whose sands of
while In the
only child, a
be returned.asposuie I
to be applied to the f
Lin. a. jajiks,
, Jersey City, N. J.
rV. V W L 4 4 ( l l V V 4i t
Drs, Jones Sc. lelarnble;
ADAMS STIIEET, OPPOSITE WOBSHAM H0CSZ.
DR. JONES' residence, Second street, n-ar the Post
Office. Dr MarabiVs residence. Hernando street.
between Vanoe and Lied n. wet side. myl9-dlra
mL B. H0WC0TT,
SCCCESIOB TO DR. X ITOWeOTT.
HAVING prepared myself well to practice Dentistry
In Memphis, I res-ectfoHy selictt tho patronage of
aH who may need my.ervicea in the Dental line, ami hind
myself to perform all operation, on the Teeth, and insert
artificial teeth in the most approved style as west aa it
can be done In this or any other caantry
AH the reference I wish to give is a fair trial of my
OSce on Mala street, cppoilte Wortham H.sse.
DR. fENNER attends exclusively to Surgical Diseases,
sus as Plies, Fistula In A no, Stridor, Stone In
BUdder, Dicers, Cancers, Tumors, Polypus, Diseased
Bones and Joints. Deiormities from Bursa. Halr-LlD.
Contracted Tendons from loss of Lips, Cheek, Nose, Bye.
lids, &c.. Closed Jaws from Salivation, and alt other dla-
ses and deformities requiring Surgical aid.
ea sep20dtwawl yls
EJTM JldVM Mo'IH.
DR. FENNER also attends toaH Diseases of th Eye
and Bar, and Is prepared to Board Pattest f torn a
rr- Office on Main street. In Walker's Sending, real
deuce on court street. setnu-iKwawiytas
B. B. BROWS, .....t
BROWX & FRAZER.
A TTORNETd AT LAW. Oasces No 3M Mais street
.TX over Bessen's Music Store, Mesnptrl. Ten , and
Hernando. DeSoto county. Miss. WM alierd pewsiiotly
to all collections and baswess entrusted to Itsein is West
Tensentee and Not th Mtsslssipri.
Be per TO Trent. Br. &. Co , rhtlaelsis ; OrooiB
HurxthaU ie. Sears. Waller . Stefinsrtn. X. T ; vr. B.
Miller, Jones. Brown & Co., W J. Webb & C. . Mem
DR. JOHXSOX'S EVFIRMARY,
roa diseases or Tax
EYE AND EAR
r- t- f-i i-t a TTTf-'rvrg3T
SELF-SUPPORTING BAB TRUMPETS.
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c.j
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hot
mayl5-daw B H. JOHNSON, M. D.
J. M. COMEGYS,
HAS Just returned frm a soar through
the Northern Cities, where he acquired all
the recent improvements in the seienee
He is al-o authinxed to sll licenses and lnstruet sues
of the profession as may wish a knowledge, ef D. . Albert
A. Blandi 'sCbeoplastic mode of inserting Teeih.
Any letters addressed to him at Sometriilo and Browns-
vUI- wm meet with ptompt atuntios. mi 6 la
DKS. CHIDSET k LEWIS would eaO Ibe
attention ot the public toibirnewBsetBod
of Inserting ARTIFICIAL TEETH.
which the natural cx-reusion f the face
Is restored. Persons in w nt of fuR setts ot Teeth, Ar
tificial Palates, or have unsatisfactory work are invited
to call, aa we are satisfied from exp rieace that we can
DR C. CH1DSKT. 1. retarnisghia sia
cere thanks to the citizens of Meanto) and
itvliirlty, for toe -very Jlbcnl patron
age bestowed upon bta. votsM snfoiBi
them that he has assectaied with bias. Is tho Brattice of
Dental Surgery, Dr. E. H. LEWIS, a gesstessnn of skssri
and experience. . rayi-im
- STAPLE AXD FAXCr DRY GOODS,
Men'a and Tenth's CMbJag,
Hats, Shoes, Saddsery,
JL O TV FOR CASH!
Wholesale and RetaB.
ar. Xxj tatIjOH,
ISt Main Str jet..
THE aabscriber bas Jtf.t received. And oaVr for -, a
Ilneawortmentof Men's and Touth'a CMbing-and
Furnish ng Goods generally, embracing, sot every grade.
style sad quality known, but a very extessstve variety of
CUAT8, SIIIBK3. uAt.tr HUSK,
PANTS, DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS,
TESTS, . UNDER SHIRTS, GTLOTaS,
RAG LANDS,' , .COLLARS, Bi Of.
SACKS, CRAVATS, fiAtTRRS.
HANDK'CHIKF3, STOCKS, -SUPPERS, etc.
Low for cash.
ap2S dtwaw-2m - J. L. TATLOR Mala.st.
Guns arid Rillcs.
A LOT of Guns, Riles, Poaches, Bass, Fhvsks, Herns,
XA. &c, of superior qsaiity, eaUM at ooet aa TeoirgM,
tor cash toctoe tne lot.
ap2S-dtwaw2in J U TATLOR- Msin-t.
BLACK aid Fancy French Cloth ;
H aad 6-4 French Doeskins ;
Fancy Cassimeres ;
Linen Ducks and Drillings ;
Satin, Grenadine and MarseHVs TeUn;
Fine Black Italian Cloths;
Black French Drap de Hie.
Gentlemen wanting Pine Cloths aBd Cassisaeres, win
please call at TATLOR 5,
myl7-dawim 18! Main st,
THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY TOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDXETS,
OF ANY KDTD,
FEVER ARID AGUE.
Citron as Indigetion, Acidity of the Stor-acb, Colicky
O Pains, Heartoum. Loss of Appetite. Dependency,
Costlveness. Blind and Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous,
Bheumatic aad Neuralgic AfTrctiens, It has in numerous
instances prove.! highly beneficial, and in others effected a
TbL is a purely vegetable compound, prepared on strict
ly scientific principles, s'ter the manner or the celebrated
Holland Professor, Boeihave. Because of its great suc
cess in most ef the European States, Its introduction into
the Dulled 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 th American pontic, knowing that
Its truly wundeerfnl medicinal virtues must be acknow
It Is pattlcularly reeomni'cded to those persons whose
constitutions may have been Impaired by the centsnuaus
use of ardent spirits, or other form of dissipation.
Generally lmtantaneons In effect, it finds its way directly
to the seat of life, thrilling and quiet-no? every nerve,
raisin: up the drooping spl.it, and, in tact, infusing new
health and vlgcr In the system.
Notice Whoever expects to find this a beverage win
bedl-appolnted; but to the sick, weak an-l tow spirited,
it will prove a grateful aromatic ccrdlat, possessed of
singular remedial proper lies.
The treat popularity of this derlghtlDt Aroma has In
duced many imitations, which the public should guard
a-alnst purchasing Be net persuaded to buy anything
else until you have riven Boerhave'a Holland Bitters a
fair trial. One bottle will convince yon how Infinitely
superior it Is to aR these imitations.
JT- sold at si per Dome, or six Deities fer by at
BE.VJAMIiV PAGE, JR., & CO.,
Phannaceutists and Chemists,
- SoW in MempbH by S. MANSFIELD k CO.i
also by WARD k JONES and G. D JOHNSON.
Over Tito Thousand Rottlesof
. H. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED STRENGTBEN
KG CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER
and the de
mand Is In
' ry day The
g oat sale
tbat has .so
lor this rem
edy, is aw-
Is. Thousands of weak, feeble and debilitated persons B
thlsdty have been made healthy and strong by taking It
It Is the best alternative in tho world, and the only
remedy that will purify the blood, and at the same time
strengthen and Invigorate the a hole organization.
It will effectually cure all complaints ot the Liver
Stomach or Bowels, such as Liver Complaint, Headache,
Biliousness. Baa Breato, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach. Loss
ot Appetite, Nervous Diseases. Falntness, Weakness cr
any disease of the WomD, Kidneys or Bladder : and re
move yellowness or sores from the skin. It Is a sure
pretentive against Tellow Fever, Chills, Ague and
Fever, Cnara. or any prevailing epidemic There Is no
mistake about It.
J3" Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction. Try
it It Is very pleasant. It leaves a delightful aromatic
flavor In the mouth after taking it.
J. H. McLB AN, Sole Proprietor ot this Oorliai.
Also, McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
J3 Principal depot on the comer ot Thin! -.nd Pise
streets, St. Louis, Mo. For sale In Memphis, by
3. D. JOHNSON, Agent,
corner Madison and Main .erecfj,
- ' " Also by 8; MANSFIELD k CO.,
tebl-dawly Wholesale Druggists, Memphis.
ear t c
" "LVtsvfen'-WKDNK3DAT,JMi .
Cairo, Louisvillo and
MEMPHIS J. H. Pipmir. Masei ,
lk THIS snagnifleeBt pjsssngt
-s-jjgo pacxet, win teeive ror saw aat.
Sr-.'jHtfa; iniermediate ports aa above. ,
For freight or pasoagv npplr sn
A. C. WHRZBACH, AgetM.
rartt-M No iSPrtot Row.
Memphis, White Rirer and Xapolcou
IT. S. Iff ATT, PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia & Concorteia,
STEADIER KATE TfBEE,
JOHN T. SH1SLET, Master.. ..WM. T. WOOD, Cfftrk.
K. THIS new, splendid and fast steamer,
having been poreaased for the Packet
Trade in place of toe James LaughtM,wiit
'continue reraUrlv is the trade, leaving
Memphis every M0NDAT and FK1DAT at 2 o'deck p.
...... ... . wits, TOtStM . 1
u.,)nuiM.Hij,wnnvw,t.i.pm. . ...... .. ..
Arkansas river boats, taking freight and passengers to
White river at regular rates. KetearniBC, leave Nt os
teon every TUESDAY and SATURDAY, usivtns at Mem
phis Sunday and Wednesday evenings.
Thanxf .' for former patronage, the owners hope to
raeritacuriloaaJDceof the same to their new boat, pe
mtslBg strict attention to bssinvu.
LAVALLBTTB & MORBI3, Agents.
Notice to Shippehs. The "Frsaoeo" w receive
freight BBtu om o'doek on Mossaay, assd (taring th en
tire day Thursdays, and until ose eetock Fridays.
A T. LAVALLrTTE. lateof lessor LavaBette-V Mollis.
J. T Shirlev. sale at the Kate Frieoee.
E. G. Datiosox, lata of Padncab, KsbIbsRi .
LAVALLETTE, SlilltLEV & (10.,
STEAMBOAT AND RAILROAD
Commissi! & Fonrar.iiig Mcrcbaats.
Ojfr .V. M JVossf Ravi and Court ilrett.
"VarciHHs o Water street, Wak'd Btect.
F. MORRIS, Esq., haaisw ratiracVftoas the - Pss
aeer Piraa " in the Suamtoa-. Assesses bBSjaesssof
Lavalletta & Monu." Ihs BBilillliHd baa aawrciastd
tsataasatvos tor the trsnnctasn ot aUsssnehem aBd 1-ail-road
Ageacy and geaeeai GosBSBiasisss aaa ncwBrsHssg
basisess, and waasM aa aeWaii, aak taw patrestsvge of tlM
nusaeroM fiienda ot 1s aid tiaa, as wasl as IhoM IsvSotf
ooosrtted wtth M.
Oar f rtead Morris leave sjs to local at sUiaSaxywtae
Polat, a beta aor siiasBhsat frwsda m want of 'ssL wtl
tlBd CharWy " ever ready to woKsiio thasss ax the Beet
ProtatissBg proaiBt sliesrtiosi to an bwaaar.i entrnsled
to oa, werwpaatiusry nser la the aiisahsals aatd shlptsss
ot Meaphas aad the final. Weet.
LATA LLSTTB, SHIR LET & CO.
It U1 be feea f earn the a, re "card" that the asehr
stgBrd withdraws from the otd Brat f LacsBetSo
Gralrfal for the kM patraeMaa fsasn the geasseal and
wurthy Witav-s a tmr pl sad rtsav, aaai la ax SitSseSU.
whohava always extestded their raslwos aad laaata, t
resign wtth rwerat. yet sotsett a riaisaasasa the fsairraa
favar from boatssesi aad i hiswers to sar ssswsmsrs.
Messrs. LavslVHtc, Sbtrly i. Co. Tea faraser baa Wa
my asseeaate for er, aad is la .wsy way worth of
raver ana patronage.
Messrs. Shir ey and ItsvMnoa. lata of the stesater Ksta
Frtebee, e-d bo cosamendatiBa, asBoa to every btjassiess
aaan of oar Haas taatr merits as lsarlail basiaeee aaasi
are knaws petted ia a.1 the reajasrea dssttas aa Agaets, I
sardialry ranrmesid than to the patrtaaf eg all pxtets
who wish the isMeaer af OatuteMsa sad aoixgias: aesi lo
represeBt them. 'Reepeetfully.
pz-3tn . CSAS. P. MssRRce
Valuable Aetrroes for Sale.
, v TUIRTT NBCBOBs )mm awvrvad froas Koatsjeky
J3 .and -VuvtBia, amassg the Baxaser thsaaod Ma
U 'cbaatos. . N. B. PORHBtW,
W. raar7-tr x Nss. AaVax aret.
I) rn CA3SS Fancy Prints, sew. aeajes. ass Mad aad sor
StJU satehy - JAM UBW tL tiu
i ssygaaay IriaSsviasyKr. ?
nr3I . stS Mains
1 fr CASsbb nBcy Lawna.on aandgor soar By
SaTV fsyiiiT AaV vw k-a. aasf
IIS MU street, Laaievlfe. Sjf
T A laf V aTBTTa w tA S
-i r jsas,i prusasai jrrenca. jacoaens, vary aansaome
10 styles, oa hand aad for sale by
-JAMES LDWrJe. CO.,
mirll 41S Mam strevt, LaalsvlsrivKy.
i CAaESCseae D'KapagBe, asaocied suloca ;
i 1 case Satla Striaed end CbaM;
I casedPlcared aad Cham ; oa baad aad (or sasebv
JAMBS LBW k CO..
nurI I8 Mara street, LaatsvsHe, Ky.
. - CASES K De Bege, 19 cases 4-1 De Beat, on head and
D far eale by JAMKS. LQ W a. CO ,
nr3l - . 4IS Maia atrial, Laaisvilaa. Ky.
Linen Pant Stuffs! .
rr UAaBsia4BBiTwuta uses raaw asessrs, as saaa
OU and tor sale by- JAMBS LOW &. CO..
marSl 413 Matn sueet. Iatsvase, Ky.
Sea Iland Brown Cotton!
-t nn BALS8 aeassaSM isrown uossaa, oa aaasv jau R
IIJU salely JAMBS LOW a CO.,
marn ties Main Mreei. lasasswtaas. i-y
- - BALES SU1ied (Jsnabaras, on band aad Mr sale by
A ' . . am l aa
marai 118 Mats street, LaaasvMSa, Ky.
B-n CASSo neacaoa ejonoss. ess aaaa aaa sar y
23 U JAMBS LOW k CO..
nurM iw Maan street, iassvava, ay.
New Oriaatw, La.
...3. C. SBIBEK,
IFALUJER & SsVIDEH,
Cotton IF act or s
Ifo. 123 Canal Street,
JatytS-dawiy NBW ORLEANS, LA.
Valuable Property on Shctuy,
Vauce and Zuam-sts. for Sale.
OFFER for sale oa reasoaable terats, two Booties sad
Lots. I roBtistg 98 feet each oa the East sMe af Saethy
irws by ItS feet deep to ah alley, ibe Seat lot bavtsx a
froatof 146 feet aa Tasee itie-t Bacb M has a Km
residsaas of eight roeuis each, kitebems, rtssisas, etc, all
ia perfect erder.
Aiws. IM ea North ssoe t ance street, jseat ar aoete.
40 rvet treat by 18 feat deep
AIs,tw Lasses. Nat thsuleef Vaaee street, WeiK ot
Main stfeet, 2H loet treat each by MS 4rt deaw.
Also. Fear Lata oa Ma a street, 3 feel neat eat By
160 feet deep to an alley. The Soah tats wssMrbaaa
front aa the North side ot VaBce street Me feet.
Tbaabaae piaperty is located ia one at ibe beat Betgli-
berhaods ia the cilj, aad ts increasing la vslae iae
ny than any atker reside ace proswty
l. IS. lAHIKt.
myS AnctioiKsr and Bea Batata lliatsi.
JOHN L. MORGAN, Architect, famishae Ptaas, Ss
idcatioBS aad Detailed Drawisasav snsarhsteads Iba
Krectioa af BaiMiags, Faratsaas AporciisBale KaSSeajtoM.
lets Contracts. Mc , raeatw Buck Waek, Pta-torlaic.
Paiatwe and Carvemter'a Walk. gives BslHMl.d
Vitae to Work, the prtee tar which aa osnl east bss ra
made. Partiealar attttttioB gives ta Diastsltesss el
EmheBishBiea s ia Arcbitectare. Partis atar aMsaSsaes
gives to Chesrch Arcaiteetare.
Booms AO. 3 waller- jniswags, Jiaiaans,
HAVING reorlv d the Agency for Memphis, ws tan
supply the trade with the Varies styles, SB white
anu Colored, ot the
Celebrated Holmes' Patf nt Soamless
"Whalebone Hooped Skirt,
Acknowledged hy all ladies of Jadjoaeat and geed tost la
be THE HOOPED SKIRT, posaeastPg all the MeirtsWea f
fashioa, beauty and cumfett cogaotaed f kesiiSr i Sitai; it.
comrsPBded by the Medical Facatty of repste la Iba SI s
or Pb.ladelphta, New Toskaad Bos tea, whore tsss skirt
takes the preoesltsce over all others.
FOR SALE Steel, Brass, Whalebone and Rattan
Hoops. LBHMAN X CO.,
Choice Irish Potatoes.
T OH SACKS for sale by
121) B. MERRILL,
occat No. 6 Metorea street.
LOOKING-GLASS e& GILT PfiAME
ULI' , rajuca rewm, mw.ui. uma ti.-9iiitntm.
new All work warrant, d. OU Paiattngs and pat-
tarea. n- hand for sale, Washisgtoa street, befew Theatre.
WILL sou to lb bsgt-ast biddVr, oa the 36lh day of
MAT, 1357, at the Hie reeedenee of Wm. M. Data,
dee'd, Horses, Males. Cows, ihep. Hatts, Coin and Fod
der, Ux-wagon aad Tram, Fanning BtessMs. KeaesbeM
and Kltcbvs Fur alio re, and other things too numerens lo
Tebms Note at six months, sal i factor ley enJorsed,
payabW in Bank. BMILT F. BONN.
myr-ta Aesminise rstrtx.
Clerk's Sale of Real Estate.
BT virtue of a Decree ot the Law aide ot theCemmcn
Law and Chancery Court of the- city of Menvfhls.jil
the March Term. )eo, the ease af tt. . OSjrw euala..
ex-parte, I win seM to the highest bidder, at pebeies acc-
tlon. In front ot my oaee, Northeast corner of Gesit
Siuare. at 10 o'clock A 2T. en SATURDAY, tnat3ih.it
June, 1867, the following described properly, to wH:
Twenty-One feet of J.otl92?--
Situateel on Main atreet, la the city of Memphis.
rerun uoe-twra casn, tne balance m ne aneLtwe
years with Interest from date.
MARCUS J WRIGHT. GJerk.
myl&-td By A.J. WncrLXR. DepaljaOlerk
Cterlc's sale or ISeai lihtaie.
BT virtue ot a Decree ot the Law Side or the Otnmea
Law and Chancery Court at the city MraspMs, at
the Marcl. Term. 1SS1, ia ttse case af Ja. Boetctsan, at.
us., ex parte petie 1 in. 1 will seM to the bsgtsest bidder,
atpuMie asetton, en the premies, an TH feTRSDAT, the
05th day ef June next, at 10 o'clock A. sc., tte foKowinc
described property, to-wlt :
A Lot of SO Acres of Laud,
Situated near the Hernando Etaak Bead one raHe front
the corporate hmits and Voacded on the North by Walker
street, Soath. by Trig street, Bast by Orleana, street.
West tv lands oe Dr. Walker. SaM 'amf 'ls iubdrvHM
Into FIVE LOTS, each centainirg a b-aaiMal buHdlag
site, and mos or it west timltrod. One of lhesjeuis
very well Improve , an.I contains a good aBd tantefframo
dwuiing noose, a. more piriwour aescripisoa atxi paa
ot the lota can be sera at my edee, or by caDteg oo Ja.
Roblnsen, Esq.. oa the place.
Ttreu One-fourth cash, balance la one aad twoyesis,
with Interest from date.
MARCDS J. WRIGnT.Oterk.
myl6-td By A. J. Wheeler. Depajf-Oletfc
THE Cangre sstonsl Glebe far the First Eessien ot IM
Teres ty-Flfth Congress, aad alse the First Sesslw
of the Thirtieth Congrtsa, for whteh other numbers wdl
beexefasngtd era Ilberar-pticagtven. They ar wantt
to complete a'set. . j
InauUcat'thls cflce. - - mjl-dlai