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THE DAILY APPEAL.
... SUNE 13, 1857
NOTICE 10 ASPIRANTS FOR OFFICE AND THEIR
a: c,lmB4tferffiBBtpI r mlnlatrria
cffl - r.i ihe teatta tfeerete, are charged at IW office at
r,, r,:, of 61 m saure. Such afvertiiearnU most be
i njinH with tbe cfo tecurc attention.
Kg" The rtcolar circulation of the Daily
ApfTal n 1,13. Tie circulation of the Sunday
eL job is l,2o.
Wallace's Bale i Negbses comes off
tbu m r i . sw --
irs-The next resatar meeting of the Board
j M? J" 1 AWermen xlll be held next Tutsday ef ter-
rs ,t are wider Mirations to Mr. P.
V iUULAi... of the fina Crf MARSHALL Jr. PATTERSON
: pacia of Ute New Orleans papers.
We return thanks to Mr. Drum, clerk
j . . Fuauwr ii-.j.--.-, -
. n.a. a. . . ran n .it
, B.ari Wedaetday.
J- Mi Theodore Judge, clerk of the
...sv-k BuIKff. Lxi our thanks teralate Sew
IKS-The efeaaerfl". iJ- IF. JM brought
's. L tteasaBd bars a.' lren far
U.; Miss -ii pp. Csatral KMsad.
iks-The Criainal Court was engaged yea-terlKf,-
t" trial ot tte ease of ta State . Jamei
WHITE. f..r the saetteseM aUbMssge ALICE KELLY.
r-v r.., ,h Ut term ef the DeSoto
C..jurA,wa. yOTE tesesfcer w n.
' J"B. Mokoak and THOS H. JeHS-SOK, HernanJe,
jrete adml'ted to the bar.
KS- The f ureral of Cait. Rksowald took
"j:Tc t -Ly attention, and wa- attended by a large
Tbe Washington SUH, Masons
us ia strong awi,
i- 'tit retting plsfce. ,. - i'
EsrvH WORMELET Will C0BBent
We as candidate f.r AMersaa lo tbe
be cheerfully supported Vr a majority
ask the attention of the public to
Sf --s ra. Joffinos & LOMO, w
- , ii-d of fte S. lwr he
t . :te r trieal t thtte sod.
. x r 0 i J . -a B.BAlalll'
jg' . rT.sreJnvttetf t theeet intittereeewM,
t " sa-J J F Usthiccm Jt Ca H here mecttr
Mt- br J in vur city T tfceee whre mqlt Kftb
Cj- wr mvlMTii iUttose wh.rea
i .airt cn If -r. her re Mhwwm m.
r trill h Been liv- refer ettce to a
. ' JN BK TrKJia a.
7 . , - - - - MhUtktB( af Mrisri. J.
St Cj- "W reoaamFad itau ererywar
' .f U.P pttreiune tat ose nwuaiw
ttanhrWetoMa. He 1 a valwMe uMtiaD
We are requested to state uat oapu
MiWi. rauis Mcacixra mow- -
LTJ , wiU &44ress the ddeens ef JJtmpfiM ai
- ,a e .l Satartay, ; eijht o'clock p. M., en tie
a ; K .caragaa. We has there wtU he a general
j Lear these eaatraesst geatlenien Is behalf
-S.i. s liberty la that oppressed oaaatry.
Col. Xxcke will sell tc-day at i e-ctocK
-. 'i- creaasaes. twa leu ea the swsth eWe of
ottastot Laoieiwaie strt. The sets an
2S7 feet deep, to Gayeaa street. Terms
- or 9 days, halaace C, It aad 18 seethe.
X Jl peaitrvely he M, rain or sbiae. Bar-
r-s'TTe learn from Lieat Miller, that
-V n i. .4.. ' - .,, ... nlfir
ii J casad Ciptalu, Mr. Kinowal-B, Jobt wetU.
i - . wiit he ae a to ca uh raasncr oceastoMa aj
a xae xpnwiH a i, a
:1 r Kiii ht heM en Messtay aveaiBg at the
i Ex-hangc BaWluga, whan seaeVatieBS expres
. regret it the lass which the cvasaasy has
:t i i - be adaettd.
x Fctel. On Tlmfay aftereoos, a
vratiwis at ue uiuuut-reoBi a: jieHis. x.
. v vf 'bee Meadly toward erecttag a hotel in
l;a par, o! the city. Baaks were apeaed far sab-.-,
we BaWsUad oft ase.eeo weee sab
Tie nt fr tMs hatel is the vacant let en Main
- i ncftesa Paflar toxchaag ttrett Tt.e
c fil.jl.-d bj thf riectaiiBOf the fallawtBg gen-
" -e-1. 7 : Auet woods rr, John L. Sat-
E C BR1SCLXV, E H. POBTEE, J AMES T.
w a BtctPOBD, and John T.Stbattojj.
a-Tioir or the Abch. Ihe heauU-
., . h ..paaaad Xdiiaalfat at the toluene! ,
jriin. (whose aaate we dW sat team) In lb ea
MS srs GaEESCAW, iHKhalr. Taere la gesenU
x;-tsei at the kss which the etty has saetataed
- hmeit f the heaatifal struct are which
a eature ta M inhllee. Coenett eeBM4tme
: 'hat K sheasdha raaaoved to Coatt Sqaart,
masterly iescttritj " on the part at tbe
wasnotteached. U east ahoat $668.
Humfhret R. Bate, Esq.. the
".. -rt dTt-nxrrrtt r caadidete for Jetat Repre
''a Siotoa, Fayttte aad Shdhr, has been so
f r a day or two la ear dty. He left yesterday
In a fewaeiBThe'nHt aaseatMetbe Jafetap.
jstb&H cotapetitec te meet aad aadresalae
jiiseaiT. Scsucot, Jadisat Ibe Nartbern
Ci cait of MtacUilept, hartag completed the
Lis Circuit, is new steppiag at the Weriham
U n Geo. S. FeoE, ef Hemando, was in tbe
Mi:iDE IN S.RENTON. e learH now.
it on WisesaerUat,Mr. Nathasiel PT
' r- au,n, Tanaaaaea, was abat aBd kiOtslhy Mr.
r.isGs, of taffciiaie Hce. Tbe facts, as we
-e that the aWer ef Krbisigj, who is a school
- taJ bbre!athaeKjBUoe of tbe Peace
RAM aad tried far chastiaisg oae of has ch.Mren,
as g . g to school te her. Jadgment was liven for
'- 'ir. jat Saea after this, Ensiscs Hepped
a si p uf PvBAts, (who Is a tailor, and at tbe
- .-J6. drew a revolver and shot htm thrones the heart.
t.,i ii.ed ia a few aMsaeats. Bit! is undergoing
Terror Terrace: cr. The due Life. Sv the Author
.1T received fresa Masen. Lamb, Tposo &. Co.
Jus work, which has received aa many ftalterlag
a -Depress, reotsstty. It le from the pen of a
: i t.is is th tenth ot a series ef works which
eau.ed fresa her areMtc hrala. Theatjlaef tbe
. v?-ruA II Ml W B IWr BMS IT. MTU M,
very platag and there are patsages la the
n wlecselae.aeBt andpoHebed. Tbe plot of
T rr-e is rxeellen', ac4 tbe priactpal scenes are
: in i S iiu, aaai iai w
... -. A.t ta Mm iete aaioa and while away the
fdiumcoald not do better than get a espy ot
i.aCB , YOUKG St Co ., of this oty.
itr-wrv Saved, or Etery Mak His Ow.v
trER la this eBlighuaad age, where to save Is
' 111111.07, tTerythlag eandaela: towards tbe ac-
,yaml of so aVsUaWe aa abject sbeetd be laid
'e tie public, far It Is m saeh way that we can best
cU.ms tt being pebtle benefaetars. Dad the disttn
ed goafemea. whose card is attached, been consulted
t to th 1 1st of May last, new aach meny woald have
Thy w.4 you not address this eird to the American public
; here Is the drcalar :
1 editor, tbe sand of whoso editorial exist
run eat, w aid do same thins far tbe good ot
aisn ere he it fitted npen to pass tbe Lethe of
x and sorrows. By enclosing to him nf teei
re: cents ef wMcb will ba expended fjr return
. aad the balanoe devoted to charitable uses,)
iar will be received lo return, giving full directions
oenring and using a small glass concern, which may
Uycirried is tbe hrea'tertaU ewt.pxkrt when
immediate use. We have experienced the benefit
. . . 1U. . Ami rm UI AAStrtV&nCe. HT1Q DV
i ariTra iretti n -.- . - - , .
thousands aad thousands of dollars lave been
' ' which otherwise weald have gne to fatten wicked
m-mnr.i h-r.teeoers. No humbug I WhaweuJdnot
fifteen cents to gain thousands of dollars 1 Try HI
1 try it' Address Alter Boo, Esq., lata edllor
.c-irr Fillibaster, Pensscola, Fa.
"Conrj'ry ejlters glvlag the above twenty-six lnser-
ins wth Uiis netiae, aad sending marked paper each
n! tbe circular gratis.
' " A.B.,Eq."
TUcrsdar, the sth of June, at tbe residence of Mr.
am jns, in Hinds coanty. Miss.- by Rer. D. M. Wiggins,
WllXIAM M. Buixocn, of Warren focnty, Miss
and Mus Mart Ellixstox, of Hinds..
As half in sen and half In shade.
This world al sg its p th advances,
U ... ih.t sSe tlw SCT'a nnin
il. -ii iht e'er shall meet their glaDces. W.
Mr. Johs PlttsceeTt,.
Pt'tsb- '"VJed about 61 vears.
tt-lftsC aceeslatancis are requested to attend
tot Vf rom the Fitt?b3rgh Glass Bjat, at tlis foot
ldaiai strtst . at 3 o'clock TBI STZNING
Mr Fltxckett harbeena-'rll.fc.'Jown trader lnPiils,
rgh raantiacturei for tbe last Iwinty-jne jtm.
m. . i r - ,.ii . ,1 , i j
No lovelier sight could be presented than that cl tbe
father supporting the wife of Ms bosoffi, and leading the
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MESlPHIi.
Addltienal FarelfB News br e Canada.
Kew Tore, Jnaell. Intelllience b been receWed
fren London rp to JTy 33th. AnEnslIilnaerd.antTef
, tooad Jram Sarfnar to Liverpool, oompeBed U
aaeber Irani itre el weather nd eontniy wlad, la tbe
tMbtead of Belle IilinJ. She neglocted lo hoUt her
orterf, and was nredlato by a French wr bris. kHint
oaeBnsHfhseamtB. The anthorlUrf hive the cae under
coasidentlea conildef aMe eicltommt.
Manchester market dnll Kew Oita?'trti ordinary,
115 Bfeaditaffi reported Crm by differeat ctrealare.
FJoar decis. Corn decHard 6d, mixed SSj. ti. to
39i. Lard ateaJy. Beef ana port aou. aosar urmmcu
1. Pet and pearl aibeadull. Bice bnayantat aaad-
Taaee of 34.
Ihe Freath Lesiriatare has expired by Hmltatlan.
The Freoeh Ambassador Extraordlaary has sailed for
Dispatches frcmAlsiers say tbe French eipediUenary
corps attarted BeQTitin the 23 of May, captored an ad-
Taace gaard, and peaetrated as far aa Barsetch.
Xew diacclties haTe been encenswred la tht tetHeaeat
of the Mexico Epaateh dlOcoltlrs.
LivrnrooL, May 3J. Bresd.tcSs aad proTlsloos
tead and oaiet. Cotton qnht, sales Uwlay wo Dates.
Lard dan fts. Bice 2s. Tnrpentjai 43i. The
Caaaa passed the Earapa May 31st.
It was saM that the death of Marshal Ladetsky was
It was reported that the L'salaa, Prussian aad Sar-
Hniaa Commlisieners wenld withdraw tram Ibe Prlnd
paHtlos or a part ef tbam.
Th Brl.lsh screw ateaner Araco, for Bremen Tla
Seethamptora, arrived the 33th.
The United S ates steamer' Sntqnehaana arrived at'
Oawea the 23th May.
Arrival ef the George Law.
Kew Tens, Jua 12, r. M. Tbe ateasaer Ceo. Late
has arrived. She eoanected with the Sonera aad bnscs
nearly $iJ009,09. Jassed the steamer Golden befeca
then tii, bsBGd cp.
The Ceorye Lea left Aepiawall en the erenlas of tbe
r2&. TheTTaBed States ships Indeper.aeT.ee ana or. Ma-
ryt were off Panama, the Wabath ws off Asplawall.
There wete over oae hundred of Walker's mm at San
Jasn M Norte, sick and dtstttate. It was reported that
the Chiaase Iclaads woM be pat unler the Joint protec
tion of EagUtrt aad FraBoe.
Ihe revoiotkn is Fern Is ended. Vlvancj vras at Ar-
calpa vM asm ill farce. No news of tbe Peruvian Seel
atCbiaase they surrendered to theeovernmfnt tbe 18th.
Tbe Paaaaa Sfar expresses fears that Walker may re-
tan wKn another army ef flUHbasterr, aad regrets that
Gen. Mara did net bind him to keep away from Outral
The CoHteraia raises are yielding jaHe largely . There
was raach exeitemeat in censeqaence of ihe news ef the
massaeee ef Co'. C'abb's party. Same general plan of
revenge against tbe Mexicans was apprehended.
Business oaiet; aurkets dull; tittle change in prices.
Heneyeasy; stocks qaieL
Jievr Hampshire Election.
Concord, June 12. The New Hampshire Legislature
have elected Clark, Republican, to the United States
Senate, by 190 against 12S.
Capture of a Snppssed Slarer.
New Tone, Jaae 12th. The schooner Maiihta, a sap
ped sheer, was captsred ibis morning off Sandy Book
by tbe rerecae cutter Washington.
From JVew York.
New Toek, Jane 11. The British Government hive
aCared a vessel te take ahe-place ef the Niagara ia Uylng
the sae-marlne cebee.
Jeha C. Stevens, for a less time the Commodore of tbe
New TetkTacht Club, died yesterday.
Cincinnati Fugitive Slave Case.
CiaciXNATI, Jane 11. Deposltieas bave been intrc
daeed Vy the Marsha, Tebuttteg p evi ns testlmany, and
bowies; that na excess wa committed by tbe Marshal's
pocae. Senator Fsgb nude theargameat far tbe Mar
rhal, sd Mason for the defense, rrobabiy b bo dccielen
for the precent.
Tbe Fagklre Slave case wlU be continued ea Thursday
Arrival ef the Philadelphia.
New Orleans, Jane 12. The steamer Philadelphia
bas arrived from Califsrnia and Haraaa with the mails.
News BBtmpertnnt. Sugars inactive.
Meeting ef Citizens at Washington.
Washisgtox, Jane 12. The pabbc meeting this af
ternoon was a small affair in paint ef numbers. R'Slo
ttens were pais condemns .ory ef tbe inva.len of the city
by a band af raSaas and oammesdiag the course of tbe
President aBd Mayer, and their zeal and preapt act ten
Tbe U. 9. Coart of Claims will ceatisaa In session
tbreeah tbe maeth ef Jnae.
Geu. TTalker in 'Washington.
Washington, June 12. Grn. Walker aad staff, con
sisting ef Lockridg, Walters aad Fastoax anlvcd beta
tedsy and are quartered at Browa's ITatrt.
Meeting of Walker's Friends in Xew York.
New Tokbt. Jute 12 A lire aad. cnthaslastie
meetsng of Walker's frienes was held yesterday.
Speeches were mae by CoL Fabens, :lba Tardy and
ethers. A 'committee of reception was appointed.
Bostoiv, Jane 12. The ship Squando ef Thamastoa,
Maine, went ashore at Beaver Islsad. There iras no car-
ge on board vessel a total lees. She was Talced at 70,-
000 ddlai a.
GexoenD, II-, June 12. The RefuMkans
semvaated DanlH Ckuk, Ej., for U. S. Senator. .
Rirer News and markets.
New Tone, June 11. Cotton Arm. Orleans Mid
dling Itc.Mablle do 14 3-16c. Floor and Gem quiet.
wheat baeyeat. Previsions stea -y. Sagar dull. Rice
qalet. Freights active. Stacks Onll.
Gixoixxati, June 12 Nothing doing in Flour; hold
ers ask $6 60 to $6 70; buyers oSVr $S 60. Com 76
Whisky 28 H c Bacon Sld.-s $12 2.
NEW Orleans, June 12, P. M. Saleaot cotton to-isy.
703 hilei at I3M13H'. Sales ot the week, .030 ba'es.
Receipts last week, 3330. Stjck on hand, 95,000 bales.
Receipts leas than last year, 239,000. Receipts at all
Seathern prts less than last year, 519,000 bales. Sagar
dull. Floor maikttetostd with an adraaclag tecdeBcy;
Louis $760. Mtted Corn S3. Pork very Mail. Rio
Gsffrt 10i0 ; Sales ef tbe week, 6099 bsgfj Slock on
hand, 123.080 bags. Freights stagnant. Exchange cn
London 10, on New Toik K.
New Tore, Jtsae 12 Cotton firm. Ohio Flour $7 85
Wbat firm and scarce Corn heavy, 96 ; Mixed $1; Tel-
$101. rrevM.Bsflna. WMeky3K. Sugardull. Rice
oakt Freights heavy. Stocks firm.
fK3" AH the boats which leave this port for
above, as we'l as those which pats up Irom New Orleans,
are crowded with passengers, seeking a Cooler climate,
The dawn boats have very few passengers.
Misstssirri Central Railroad.
Uollt Springs, Jane 12tt, 1867. $
Editors or Appeal: The Mississippi Central Rail
road it bow progressing rapidly. The passenger train
crotsed the bridge over Tallahatcbe river to-day, and the
track living Is progressiag vspidly.
The rails wnl have been laid down lo Abbeville by
Tbunday. Respeetfally, B. A. JONES
Died, on Tuesdir maralsg, the 9th Inst , after a short
illness, Mrs. Evelina E. Brooes, wife of Dr. B. F. C,
Brooks, aged thirty years and olae months
Her parents became permaaeat residents ef Memphis
in 1S1G, where she was married to Dr. Brooks the 14th ot
February, 1355. Mrs. Brooks was an amiable com
panion, an affectum te mother and a f althf ol friend.
She leaves a bereaved and disconsolate husband, two ia-
tant children one a babe ot only a few days, too young
to appreciate the lass ef an endeared tastber and numer
ous relatives aad friends to mourn her natimfly depar
ture. Mrs. Bnoocs was at oae time connected wllh a paper
la this city, and cca.ncted the female t.epaitmcni in
Its cotamns. She was a lady of no common endowments,
many of her prodncUens comparing favorably with tni
UitTary efforta of writers whose names ire cot unknown
la fame But death marked ber tar bis own, and be
seemed her ror hit victim. Mayna not xrrumpa in nis
Aiihonch not connected with tbe Church, she passed
lisr i.t TiinmenU with, an-1 vitrMe.' hr sairit to God, rely
ing with implicit filth in the atoning bbol of a martyred
Siv or, and besej-ecmg cer nussana in icrvcni rautiun
to meet her 1 1 Iteavea.
" She's goie 1 forerer gone ! tbe King ef Terrors
Lays his ruda hands upon bex lovely limbs,
Aud Watts ber beauties with his Icy breath."
V !- '.f
Or TTtE CLASSES IH THE
YOUNG LADIES' MODEL SCHOOL,
SOMERVILLE, TENN., s
WILT. commence en TUESDAY, the 16th ins(., and
close un FRIDAY, tha 19lh. The patrons and
friends of the Institution are cordially Invited to altcna.
C f BOXES Virginia Smoking Tobacco ; 60 do goo
jQ U Tubacco; 100.000 f up-rior uigirs ror saie ny
FLOURNOY, COOPER Ji LEAKE.
196 Main street.
tttc ham Inst received a euro'r of " First George I "
VV It being the 30th volume, and the last, of the Mis-
LAMB. YOUNG It CO
NOVliiiiItn Ihe bsst farmei's Mill now In ere. In
I J oneratlsn at Mulford'a Factory, Aflams tta?t F.-n
Corn Meal ground for ten centa, and Corn tmshed and
I grourd f 'r elsbtcents per bushl Send on yeur Corn,
ui r r rnni r and State R.chts for sale. In Alabama,
MUslfsippI, Louisiana. Arkansas Ternefee, and in-
UlCJy. 4biliil.iod u jii,.,,uuuu.
w'uiKniT JnneSth. will be. issue.1 a' F.H.Clark
KJ a. Co '8 Galery, icplea nf Prof. Rerjlngtoa't Photo
grsphof Gen. tl'slter, the only original plaare of htaln.
- , i.iWNfosilsrrTtea
Preerto'lons will reemvr, nardcuUr
hours of the day ardnlght. r
fort of lCmp:s.
, River Matters.
C3- The liver Is sill f alllag slowly. The weather con
tlaues clear and warm. But little business was done at
the landing jesterday. sad last evening only three boats
were la port, the JtiHs, lajomar and II. R. W. HU!,M
U'dup. ' 5 I , ! . '
3" The Jana LeughJin started for-las Idinsls river
oaThurslay. having la tow the barges wnicn nrongai
down Dsval, Algeo k Co -a lci. . , ,
TC3r 1116 IHaeJleaf cr twtnt outvat anlearlylhourtlasl
evening with a large number ot passengers. Capt. Wood
informs us that he Is doing a lae business in the St.
Louis and Memphis trade.
J3- The BelMl left New Orleans cn Wednesday. SLe
will prcbiUv arrive to-morrow. . r , ,
J3 The Qi.tnaait was to leave, Cincinnati lor tnts port
on Thursday lat. She win arrive here oa Sunday night
CS-The.YorfAfrnrr left Louisville last evening. She
will arrive here to-morrow.nlgbt, and ave on Monday.
E3- Tbe su L-ouls aepuoucan, ot eanesaay, says :
"The river at this poiat Is almost stationary- Nothing
new from aiv of the unoer streams. The weather waa
very warm jvaterday. She Levee Is trowded with boats;'
and there is little room todc business."
J3 We copy tbe following from the LonltTine JsuixaJ',
"The river was s'.ilUn a stand last evening, with 6 feet
4 Inches wstrr ia the canal and 3 fret 6 Inches on tbe
falls. The weather was hot yesterday. About dsrk a
storm set in, and it had not ceased racing at 11 o'clock
C. W CHERRT, D. B. MOLLOY, C. II HAILE,
Pretiient, Secretary. ireanrtr.
Memphis Life and General Insurance Cempy.
(LATE C. W. CHERBT tt. CO )
"Exchange and Bank UToto List.
New Tork Exchange Kl prem
New Orleans parai prem
St. Louis , HV1 PrecJ
Lostsvilla ' VB Kprem
SHver 1 tiren
Land Warrant nignesi price.
Louisiana BinkN tes par Kprem
Northern " Par prem
All uncurrent monev boucnt ana sola akuui
Swamp Land Scrip boneht and sold. myl
LITTLE GIANT MILL,
IVos. 1T5 and 177 MAI.V STREET.
(OPPOSITE VIRGINIA HOTEL.)
ST. LOUIS, HO.
Jeis, M. CJiaawicK.
A LARGE and general assortment of Agricultural Im
plements and Machines, Horticultural Tools, &c.
fcx , kept constantly ot, haaa, wnoie.aie or reiau. wuitu
will be uU on fvorble terms. Esotclal attention will
be given to SEEDS In tbelr season, of both Native and
Foreign growth, which will in an cases ue mnuinro
fresh Our list, amjug other articU s, comprises the foi
Plows, Agricultural Bait- Emery's Tlireehers
usrrews, crs, r-nrei 3 iu ,
Celtivstors, MortlciagMschlne Mbffat'a 4, 6 and b
Wheat Triils, CMeraitlts, iiorse inresuers.
Straw Getters, FaBnlng Mill', Separators and
Toertaomete r Horse Hay Rakes, Cleaners,
Chums, Shovels St Spadee, rut's sepsraiors
Cora Sbeliers, Scythes is. Snstbs. aad Cleaners,
Apple Pearers. Hay & Straw rorxs ug rowers.
Sausage Staffers Wheelbairows, Mowers & Reapers
Meat Cutters Boad Scrapers, mrvesfrs.
Grain Measures. Bmerj's Horse Pleas, Mattoccs,
WsmhosseTru.ki Powers, ana Hoes.
aim. tbe Little Glint Corn and Cob Mill, as eeen in me
abiut Out, the n-e of which, b tbe farmer or teeder of
slock, wHl save him fuilr one tnira or in corn, ana ena
ble htm tommufiCture his bomlny and m-a' at home.
Jnnl2-5t JAME3 B. Cllt DWlut
175 and 171 Maln-st, ("P?. Virginia Hotel ) Et. Louls
FOR ibe firflowi g articles, in store with LAVAL
LETTK. JHIRLET it CO., Steamboat and Railroad
Agents It not called ior at tbe expiration of thirty
days will be soM to piy charges :
Mr. E. Kooas, Memphis, 1 smaii dox iias.
I.. A. SalT.rl, Memphis, 3 boxes Mds.
J L Jennings, tare of Rodg rs, Smith, &.C0., Napo
leon. 12 Mills anl J Ilsppers. 1 box MJs
J. B. Langford, care ot W. Howard, Memphis, 1 dox
P. Laaley, Eossutb Mills, 2 bale uomestte.
Lorenzo B-ggbiand, Memphis, 1 box Mds.
D n.MHler, Bate ville, 3 boxes SandrifS.
W. D Fisiier. Memphis, 1 bex Mds.
R. Fletcher. Mmpn!s, I keg Spikrii.
Rubinsoa & na ver, CcfT-erilJe, ilfss., 1 baleDcmesttr.
No mark, 1 chest Snndries.
M. kT. Rai road, Sbbls. CraC err.
Mc II Burks, Tazo City, 2 boxes Mds.
W. Steiner, caroof C Gil o, Memphis, 1 bex Mds.
A. Maihews, Stelbjvllle, 1 box Mds. ; ,
Tl.T&..n.aaFa ITaanaiSle K-sw ftk
iiHniuiarP ni tutiasti sniA mhs 4 ei
A L. Dorrli. I flow. - - - - 3
J no. MkCann, Memphis, 1 box Mds.
John Shall, Memphis, 2 Ssd-Jles.lsdy'a and gentleman's
L J. Jsrkn, Memphis, I Tombstone and 1 Sccket.
Wra Waitrr. Memphis. 12 Plows. JunlO 2w
For Sale Low to the Trade.
1 flfi BAGS Prime Rio Coffee;
'SAhbtls fair Sugar:
SObMs Bebolle.1 Molasses;
75 half bbls Retailed Molises. By
FLOURNOY, COOPER & LEAKE,
1 -I Q BBLS. Fine Flour;
lOObb's. Superfine Flour;
75 Extra "
FLOUUNOY, COOPER & LEA EE,
KEGS assorted Nails;
60 b.gs hhot-
FLOCRN0T, COOPER k LEAKE,
ACON Ribbed SH's ;
JJ Hams and Snoalder
For sale to the trade by
FLOURNOr, COOPER Sl LEAKE,
To the Creditors of William G.
HAVING tugg- sted the Insolvency of the Estate of
Win G. Philips, deceased, Im the County Court of
srwh-nwntv. noticels berebr given to the creditor! of
said estate to file their c-iinu, duly authenticated, with
the Clerk f said Court i or before the 5.h day ot Octo
ber n n far pro rata, ciislrisutian.
JunlO-lm a. li ntiL.1.-., Aum r.
1 f f CASES Lemon Syrup Just received ard for sale
lyUir n. n pottkb. Mam-M,
ujyl tiird door North or Worsham Honsa,
ARK located in Macon county, Tenn , on tbe waters of
Trammel Greek, four miles east of the turnplkclead-
ing from Gallatin, Teun , to &cousvj e, a.y., ana win
be prepared for tha reception ot visltora and invalids by
the lotli or assy, inis piacc uu surauj kuiiuicu -s
iitsikm wldelr circulated for tbe highly molicinal chr-
alter of its waters, four different varieties, and are now
being vkited byTerymany living remoUly, who go in
a arch of a healthy atd de Ubtful summer retreat; noti nly
Iheinvalld but tha seeker after pleasure, healthy pastime,
and sport; there being wlibtn A short ride from the
Springs a place where deer is frequently seen, and itreams
abounding in trout and other kind of fish; besides, vari
ous wild nimals, foxes, eqairrels, rabbits, wild cats,
vlM nrtevit. Ac.
Dr. DsBow oae of the former proprietors, having pur-
ehssedueentiie interest in me springs, na astociaira
with htm busan William, well known to all who visited
the Spring last Summer. Having gone lo considerable
ej.pente In reBtllng and enlarging our means of accom
modatios.we fiatter ourselves, we will be able to add ma
terially to the comfort of all who may favor us with a
visit, having d ring the past wiiter put away nar one
knrktm! ttinniind nounds of vetv fl'ie Ice We have had
.niit 1? adit onsi bef-rooms. besides a large one 60 by
20 feet, lattice on eaU.' side, to afford air. la which tho
lovers of pleasure ana social enjoymcus wiu nnu uupit
room for recreation.
The medic na! character of the several Springs have
been so often published tt is thought needless to do so
now, from the fact that Piof. Safford, our State Geolo
gist, has been engaged in the examination ot some of
these waters, and drtlgna to (omplete the whole upon tbe
premises, doling this summer, when the sum of h s
analysis wl!I be given to lha publlo in connection with
thi n,.tlce or eniDiacea in a re Don rnaae ous ov bibku.
It Is contldered only necessary to si), that chronic aneo
tlo tof any of the more important organs, exhibit the
r.'rr nf t he ftnrlhz. nartlcolarlv those of females. In
cases of diseased kidn ys aad bladders, cutaneous di -
eases, l idistestion, Urapsy, ttc, tney nave in very many
r.t, .Hwl lite i chirm, and in all have afforded relisf.
Ample testimony as to these facta coma i anjraea ii
Dr. DeBow will tate pleasure m giving sucn muk id
invalids and otberavlsl'lngb're. as an experimce of 28
or 30 years may enaUe blm t give, anl will be always
present should bis prof, sstonai eervices oe requirca. lie
in itTiimiHr or mis mctnoa to reiurn nia nmnriBm
,in .mi vitiirt- his beartr tbanka for their liberal
patroaag", and again ask a continuirce of the same, w 1th
the assurance mat neuner ok us wui aparc rimer wmw
pains to render all comfortable who may sojourn with at
n.tini tM-nrrJ the services ot W. Peterson, the
publcmty be assured of a hearty ch'cr la the dining
room. Oar stable too will be well attended to. 0r
charges will ba aa low as tbe tlmts and seasons win od-
... i, , -i..
For Regular Boarders, or those remaining one wwk aad
mo'e. washing extra, si per aay-
Children of lOyeirsof age ana unaer, ana imws,
Transient Vislto'i will be charged 60 cents per ES), CT
from $1 60 to HperI-y. For extra services a runeah
hi. ft,.-, win b msJa. Wasbinar. Ironinc. &C. ftl &SZ
dexen. For pressing or ironing dresses for Isdjg, felt
TO OWNERS OF L.OTS IN IHOR
THB Elmwocd Cemetery have purchased from the
Mssrs. Morris their Interest In the Morris Ceme
tery, upon condition, however, that all those who have
purchased lets In said Cemetery, will agree to tike, la
exchange, the same quantity of ground In Elmwood,
with tbe prlvllf ge ot selecting any of the unsold lets of
nnwlheorcTjosllion is submitted te the lot own?i
in Mnrri. n,rnMm. with the remark tha our object in
thl-nutter Is not speculation, but a desire to unite all
thelofloence we can. to rrtke Elm-rood a Cemetery of
the high'st order;" and further, to accomplish .that
which anneara to be a general derfre tie removal "of 'a
Cemetery objectionable on account jot it location, so
much o, tbat tt Is jlrobabte the city 'authorltl's will ln
iLnwie to prevent further Interments. Anf tbe lot
awnera areherrbr resuestedtocaU a, tbe office ot Elm,
,mt Cemeterv. corner of Waeblngton andMalnstnett
asdeiveth Ir written assent to the proposition if te-
ceptable. a. P. stbwakt,
.. TH0S n ALLEN,
. " , ;,, ', WM.RUFFIN.. ;
. .. , . ".. ! AStM-WTLUAMSON,
J ita6-l ra Dhettenc Slnvood Crsvc'cry,
atunticn at aU
Otey W L
LADIK3 In the nursery will find Burntlt't KeUUttn,
m Orient Wat eT.pecuUarly adipUd to ihe bathing of lni
fants. I( allays all tendency to Inflammation, Is perfectly
harmless, and Imparts to the skin a dear and healthy ap
pearance. Prepared by Joseph Burnett &. Co , Boston
For'sale by S. MANSFIELD, &. C8., and dealers gener
ally. Pilce60c. and $1 per bottle. Junllnlatwlw
' 3t. A euro for Canker.
THOSE of our readers who suffer from this disagreeable
complaint, will b glad to know t!at Huntfff'l Orimfal
Tooffc IK,'prepared by Messrs. Joseph Burnett & Co.,
Tremont street, Boston, Is a most effective and agreeable
remedy. It also.arrests decsy ot tho teeth, and renders
the gums hard and healthy.
' JCJ- For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO. and all Drng
glsta at 60c. and (I per bottle. Junlldatwlw
T Holloway's Pills
MUST eventually baoisn mineral preparations from the
reiiertory of medical science. Thry act more powerfully
than any other known remedy upon the stomach, Ihe
,tver, tbe blood, and the pulm-nary system, and restore
the vigor of the Internal organs, while relieving tbea of
Sold at the manufactory. No. SO Maiden Lane, New
Tork. and by all druggists, at 25c., 63c., and $1 per box.
Tlie person wlio thought to win
BT lncotalderately aaylBg that Leonora" South Ameri
can Fever and Ague Remedy was a humb-ig, has since
reconsidered the matter anl njw desires to deny the as
sertion, as ha spoke that which waa the very opposite
of truth. This will prove to be tbe casj of every one wiu
speaks disparagingly if this valuable meJldne without
due consideration. Tbe testimony ot all who use it ana
their name Is legion establishes the fact that there
never was a medicine that possessed such curative prop
erties. No family should be' wllbout It daring the faU
From the Catholic Vlodicator.
Ladies and Gektlemek: We would call jour at
tention to tho advertisement of Pror. u. J. nuuu-a
HAIR RESTORATIVE, which apptara in the columns of
our present numb r
rumour long acquaintance wuu mo iMvyncw,,
with numerous lndlvlduils who have u.ed his prepara
tion with perfect aueress, for tbe last two years, we feel
no he.-lUtion in reccmmendlnr tha article as sopenorto
any of the prepsrations now In n e for the earn purpose,
vt: for restoring grsyhdr to its original color, a sure
and perfect care for baldness and a never-falling pre
ventive for me railing or me uair.
It is decidedly the best and most popnlar In use ior
besulifjing, preserving, re-torlng ard strengthening tbe
h.ir rn.iinr diseases of the skin, aud removing s .urff
dan iruffand all ereptlons and feverish heat from the
tci'p. . . .
w uneak in relation to tbe above from wh't we know.
having been personally acquainted with numerous per
sonswho have u-cd the restorstivj for the above jur
pt-ses with tbe mo t gratifying results
It Is not often we notice a ratent medicine. Indeed,
we think we have never puffed one before ; bnt Prof
Wood's Hilr Restorative is something so superior to
most of the preparations of tbe day. thst we caaaot for
bear asking the attention ot our readers to it.
Gray headi ana bald in concert sing.
The magic of this wondrous thing.
To bo had of O. J. Wood & Co., 114 Market street, St.
Louis, and of druggists generally. Jnnll daw2w
THE STAR GALLERY bow offera for exhibition the
finest collection ot OIL PAINTINGS of any Gallery in
The IMPERIAL PHOTOGRAPH Is one of the leading
pictures of tbe day. Made only by PARK tc PEP
tOW. The HALLE 0TTPE the most wonderful picture ever
made can be seen at the Sfar Gallery. Made at no
other Gallery In the city. Go tee them. myl2
A POMADE for beautifying tbe HAIR highly per
fumed, anterior to any French article Imported, and for
half th price. For dressing Ladies' Hair It has no
equal, giving It a bright, glossy appearance. It causes
Gentlemen's Hair to curl in the most natural manner.
It removes dandruff, always giving the Hair the appear
ance of being fresh shampooed. Price only fifty cents.
Hone genuine unies signed, FETRIDGB k CO.,
Proprietors of the "Balm of a Thonsand Flowers."
For tale by all Druggists. apn-deodly
Nervous and Rheumatic Affections
Holland Bitters. We lava used Ibis medhlne our
selves, and In many caea with the greatest success. The
moitcelebratedof oar.Germaa Physicians are recomai end
ing It. During this cb angeable weather, while most per
seni are troubled with nervous and rheumatic air-ctlons,
It will be found a valuable remedy. Stoats Zellur.g.
"Sot Spring and Summer of 1857,
ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Casaimere HATS, re
calvrd at WHEATON'S, 75 Front Row, where those In
artat of a superb and fashionable HAT will please call.
Constantly on hand and receiving the largest and finest
Sttfof SOFT HATS la the city at
riiiU WHEATON'S. 78 Front Raw.
8... . , -
Hardeman County, Tennessee.
Will lie Opened 10th of June.
THE undersigned, having recently purchaetd the above
well known wa'erlngtlau-. Is now refitting the same
and Duttiog tbe bu!ldng, grounds, etc., in as complete
order aa any Springs In the southwest. Tbe location be
ing In tbe bealtbirst portion ol Ti-nnessee, anu easy or
access from all sections ol tbe country It Is believed tbat
these Springs win, the coming season, present to the
seeker of pleasure and health attractions second to no
others in tbe Union, hewaterls of the best quality.
possessing fine curative qualities, ana me pmprmor wui
sraie neither pains nor expense in rendering his guests
comfortable during their aojourn with him.
The means of access to mese springs is tt easy, ik,
being situsted directly cn the Railroad from Memphis to
Bolivar, 2 X miles from Bo'lvar, and sixty from Mem
phis. The coll of reaching them from Meuipbia Is only
three dollar Persons visiting toe Springs can leave
Memphis in the morning and reach them by noon J and
leave la the afternoon and reach Memphis for supper.
j. u zausuiak, rroprieior.
P 8 In addition to the otherattrscti ns of tbe place.
there will be kept a flue band of MUSIC to enliven the
guests. c- K
Corinth, Tishomingo County, Mies
mTiB nnderslraed would respectfully Inf- nobis friends
I .mi ihe r,nb:ie eenerallv. that bis High School tor
y (i ng lidies will be opened, under the Immediate super-
iiitencencti or nirnseir ana iauy, ior sun iiuuw w
Boarding aul Dy Pupils,
On Wedaetday, the 15th ef July next.
The considerations that commend this School to pnbllc
notice are ...
1st. Its accessibility, being suniteu ai me intersection
of tbe Memphis anu Charleston and the Mobile and Ohio
Rai roads "' ...
n,i Th beallhfnlness and Dleanntness ot lis location.
b-lng in th" rsglon of a summer watering resort, the
-..t a vlmntion favorable lo study and Improvement
of mind, being removed from everything calculated to di
vert and am pate innugni.
4th Tho sound and thorough instruction tbat it is our
purpose ard p edg to i.-pirt. We off-r to the public the
ralrSStfl MKI1LDI a liUVKl&lC lUSIllUMVU. UCBlKurv
for every appliance that is in use, to develope, invigorate
and adorn the mind of woman. We have spared neither
pains nor i xrcnse in the endeavor to proviae me mosi
irr. healthful, and pleasant accommodations far some
seventy-five to elgbty boarders. We aim to bave our pu
pils live we'l, leei wen, ana ao wen, sou uwuus ""
ukni dlr-etlr reronnslble to our rations for the piofl-
i-unrrni their dansbter while entrusted to our care, we
will be cautious to employ none oil acoompiuneuaiiu auio
TERMS AND RATES
The scholastic vear will be divided Into two sessions of
five months ach ; the first commencing on the first Wed
nesday of February, and ending oa the last FrI-ayof
June j the second commencl-g on tbe tlird Wednesday of
rn! mid ending on the third Friday cf December.
TSe Sc ool will Consist or two uepanmenia : me rre-
paratory and tbe Collegiate.
The Preraratorv-D-tiartment win embrace all pupils
who arenotqualltledbe age or advancement la study to
enter CvDeg ; the tuition tees of which will be ?15 per
session . . .
The Colleslate Department win embrace an who, o ing
fourteen years ef age, can stand a sallstaoory examine-
inn on OrthorraDhr. Beading Arithmetic. Geography,
and KnaUlsh Grammar, and enter upon the lnt-nded
course ot study in the blcber branches of sngnsn Litera
ture, and the Ancient and Modern Languages ; tne iui-
r-nn feesnf which will be 25 per sSlon
Extrachsrges, at customarv rates, will be made for the
ornamental branches of stndy, Tlx., Music, Drawing and
Painting, Embroider , ic., Jtc
Boarding l xludlng all accommodations except wash
inr win he aco n r wilon. navable in advance.
The tuition tees of pupils, not boai ders, will be required
BET. L. B. GASTON. Principal.
Connrnf, Miss., Jane 3, 1857. Juni-dlwawlm
T)EHEUBER that DESHONG'S U the place U JOB
AV wish to get the best tljte of i-iutuua.. aiis
surpass all others la richness of tone, warmth of expres
sion, completeness Of aeiail, ana uoianrst oi- icaiare.
For durability there is no question of their superiority,
Th iriii m-elve a fall without a fracture a bend with-
nnttnlnrv: mar be washed off when soiled, be handled
without the face being mcrred. They are susceptible of
high and very beautiful coloring.
W. II, DESH0N3. 151 Main street, has the exclusive
rlrhl of Memohis. for tbe Melatnotype parent. mil
A PAIR of plain Gold Spectacles. P'.ck
!ed cn on Main street, on -Monday, which
tie owrier;can have by calling' at this cSce and paying
Oatcs J A
Tiiree Great lAglits
MANKIND hare long been engulpbed in darkness, as
regard the true means ot securing health ridding
tbe human boJy from disease, and preserving lire iue
ck "under tbe filaelous treatment of the regular facul
ty, are subject to a continued practice of probabilities and
uncertainties, mere is nothing certain or uxcu iu sac
treatment ot the sick either in the old or new school of
Dr. Badwsy has snoceeded In producing three remedies
known to the world as Radway's Ready Relief, Reno
vating Resolvent, an Regulators. These Remcdieaaie
not only established fscts Inasmuch as they have never
yet failed in their special combined emcacy in prococing
fruitful and beneficial results but, they are tacta eV.
tabiuhrd a science n ther have la all Cases. " when
tried" succeeded In reitsring to health and ridllng the
bodr rrom disease after all other medicinal treatment ba1
failed ana the most ikilltul physicians bid given up tbe
slcx as beyond the power of human means ia cure auu
pronounced the dreadful mandates Incurable. -
Radwsy's Remedies are therefore flx-d facts In the ad
vices of medical science they bave been often tried"
never denied "and are ready "to be tried again."
aPIx-s Groat Xalslxt.
RADWAY'S READY RKLIKF.
As a Sprclal Remely is to be Died in allcaseswhere the
bum n body is selied with Ihe torturing pants or par
oxysms ot pain no matter what Ihe causa ot tbe pain
may be, rr where it may be loot- d an application of
the Ready Relief, either Internally as a drink, or exter
nally as an alleviator, will in a few minutes restore the
sfllicted body to east, and comfort.
inallcisesof Bowel Dleorders, Dysentery. Cholera.
Bloody F'ux. Sick Headache, Nervous Headache, and
o her Nervous Affection, Neuralgia. Rheumatism,
Sprains, Strains, Toothache, Burns, Sca'ds. Wounds,
Shot Wounds, Bruiies Cuts, Poisoning e ther by tbe
bites or slings of Reptiles, Insects, of Vegetable or Mine
ral poisoring by accident In all cases and under all cir
cumstances where the human system is tortured by pain.
Radwsy's Ready Relief can be relied upon as a qu.ct,
safe and certain remedy.
In case of Blllousnesi, Billons Fever, Typhus Fever,
Ship Keren Yellow Fevsr, Fever and Ague, "carlet Ff ver,
and all Malignant Fevers Small Pox, Measles, Pneom -nis,
Radway's Rea-"y Relief used in mixtu-e with Bad
war's Regulators, will 1-ositNelv cure the sick, ifflicted
with these disorders, aud protect tbe system against sud
den attacks when either of these malignant diseases pre
vail. Second C3rrcvt XiisAx.
The dUeovery of the wonderful Pills establishes a new
era In parjatlon, aad a new principle ia the scicna: of
medicine. In taking these ri'lsno gnpingpsicsor sick
ness at stomach Iiexperiene d; hj operate naturally.
leaving the bowels, liver and other organs in a natural
and healthy condition.
They Insnre those who take them a good appetite and a
Each Pill tbat Is taken gives new life lo the bleed ; tbey
purify it, take from It all impure deposits, andequaltz.
One or two dows of Radway's Regulators will entirely
remove all distressing symptoms ot Dyspepsia. Jaundice,
Nervonn'ss, Indigestion, Costlveness, Liver ConifTslnt,
Bi'iousneti. MeUccboly. and will cura all organic
disease, either In man oi woman Ladles troubled wllh
irrrralarittes or weakening dl-chrtes. may rely upon a
prompt cure and regular periods if Radwa)'s Regulators
Every dose of Radway's Regulators tbat is taken in
stils rew strength to thi weak, feeble, ana innrra.
who take them are delichtcd with the happy change th
xperienee in a few baurs. The dispirltid and melan
choly feel joyous and happy; tbe sick and debilitated.
strong and vlsorous.
Tliird Groat LigliT.
RADWAY'S RE NOVATING RESOLVENT.
Cures Humors, Silt Rheum. Scrofula, Ulctra. Nodes, Tu
mors, lever sores, sua fiiuptions,uioicnes, Bron
chitis, Dyspepsia, Gout. Drop. ajphlils. Con
sumption, Apoplexy, &c ; and alt constitu
tional and chronic diseases, either Inher
ited by herrditarv transmission or
Inoculated by exposure or
There is no remedy In the wor.d that will work sueh
miraculous cures in old diseases as Badway's Resolvent.
Uchinges the whole human body n produces new and
Bleeding from tbe lungi Radwai'i Renovating Jlesol-
mil In . f.o. mlAnlti rh.rV TLrnnTrV,", fmm fh.
longs or throat. In cares where tbe patient cough up I
clou or di ml or pus sireaEru wiin oiooa, itaaways nc-
solvent will so n remove tne aimcnuy.
Sarah Hammond, of 133 East Thirty-second street, bad
a bad cough tor two ears, she coughed up sometimes half
a pint of blond during the ni-. ht She was cured la seven
daya by the Relief and Resolvent.
A sore leg of twentr-one years, cured in three weeks,
by Radway's Relief. Mr. T. H. Kllgo, a merchant of
high standing In Dihlonega, Oa., ssys: "That a gen
tleman, wbo for twentv-one years, bsd r-een ammeu
wi'h a eore lg, that resisted ev.ry kind of treatment.
was ifiVctnallr rated in three weeks by Radway's juaay
Relief, Resolvent, and Regulators.
TXao Tlarco Groat XAislrts.
BADWAY'S RELIEF REGULATORS RESOLVENT.
In all constltu'lonat diceases, and where the constitu
tion is broken down, or the body In a rapt 1 state ct de
cay, or tbe system Inoculated with tbe vlcrs cf disease,
either by tbe violatlo- of tbe laws of health, intemper
ance, excess and Irdnlgence of the passions, rbybe
leditary transmission, aa in caseaof Scrofula, Cnump
tion. Rheumatism, Gout, Fits, and other heir looms,
which a long line of anrestry bas so bountifully and
rlch'y bestoweri cn posterity, as a memento of tbe past,
at tbe cost of the suff -ring inheritors. These Rfmsoies
In their trlnltary cajaclty posse ss a cu-atlve p wer th .t
no rt .ease can withstand; their combined tftect wit!
eradicate from th- living body every ;arUele of diseased
matter, renovate tbe .whole tystim with health; heal
the unsound, necaylng lunri or sther organs; delete
and parity the unclean tram all lmpurltle.
To the disabled wsy'arer, who ia crippled with InBnrl
tles we Invite vu" to try ".these Remedies. We will
vouch for Ihflr tflftacyT
TTIIH mm hmrfrvrl. nf rlTier whnhave witnessed and
felttheefiectof the" Three Great Lights." and as they
rule ami govern mosc uouics vtuiu si,cj sic .iu,u wj
the Almighty Power, so these three Remedies stand as
Rulers, Cocqneror. and Grand Masters cf all diseases.
RAD WAY & CO., 162 Fulton-st, N. Y.
S3" TheR,. R R Remedlts are sold by Drngglsts,
Merchants, and Storekeeper. Jonll-dawly
1 n TIERCES Bice ; 10 bags Spice ; 20 kegs Sod. ; 6C
Lsrd 10 do Rumps. For sale by
FLOURNOY, COOPER &LEAKR.
Opportunities for Speculation.
TEASE for five years, of sixty feet front on Union
a street, lniorovrd with Double Frame tenement, each
rintalnlng five rooms, kitchen, cistern, &c.
Ten Lota on Bill street. In tbe most engine situations
for family residences, lot g credit.
Twenty thousand acres Land In Arkansas for sale or
Inn. In, tn.rflhannlfe
Four Ibocsand four hundred and eight acres of Lard I
in Tisnomingo county, aus., near uonniu, cu iuc nuc i
of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, In Lota to suit
Teimseasy. i. w. uai.ji,
Real Estate Auctioneer,
Jun9,lw No. 21 Front Row.
Decline of CarpetsGreat In
TN view of th reduction of tariff on Wool, taking ef-
1 feet from the let July, we are bow offering the largest
and best r elected atrck of Carpeting ever b'ought to this
city. Our stock embraces every -variety cf two andtbiee
Ply, ingrain, American, EOgnin ana imperii! nroseeis,
Tapestry, velvets, bom ECgusn ana American, ateoainoa
Centres, Rugs, Druggets, he. Forunexampt d bargains,
can at W11131UA, ijuunuuibuui.-?,
Jan9-lw Main-it, nearly ppnoite Wnrham n mse.
Y7"N0WN as Col. Mar'ln'a place, situated on Jackson
IV street, adlolnlng th former residence of W. B.
Miller on the West, and Mrs. Botts oa the East. It his
good residence, Dnefoiest shade, ana about thirty acres
timbered. Call toon if you waul a Bargain
U B. LUC EE,
Jun7 Auctioneer an J Real I state Broker.
IIUATXD cn the Soath side ot the Pigetn Boost Plank
Road, opposite the first Toll Gate, Just East cf tbe
res-dence of B. uranam, K?q This cat also a ironr, on
an avenue running South to Mr. McGees place. A bar
gala will be given, In wtole or In part.
i a. ia'u&js,
Jrn7 Anttloneer aed Real Estste Broker.
Creditors of Geo. Mossburg, dee'd.
TTIVIMB sncre.t-d the Insolvency of tbe estate o
XL George Mosiburg, dee'd, In tho County Court ot
nbelby county, the creaiicrs ot s sia ss-ie are ncrrer w
I ISed to tile their dilms In the Clerk's office of said Court
an or before the 1st October next, for payment pro rata.
HENKT J. TUUnJtK, Aammisiraior.
JUST RECEIVED BV
LAMB, YOUNG & CO,,
So. 259, main Street.
THE Testimony of the Rock, or Geologi In Its bearings
on the two Theologies, Natural and Repealed; by
The Illsir.ry or tne invasion ana v.apiure or asumsiou,
Johns wmiami P ' '
Scandal ; a new novel by Mrs. I. T. Blckworlh.
GraeleAmber; by Mrs. O.W.Denlscn, author ef" Home
P.lnr ' Whit Kot." "Carrie Himllton." ike.
Pictures." " What Not." " Carrie Hamilton." ike.
Isabel, or the Toung Wife and the Old Love; by John
Mind and Matter, or Physiological Inquiries In a scries
of Esstvs: by Sir Benlsmln Bro-ile, Bart..D. 0 L.
The Child's Book of Nature, 111 a strafed; by Worthing,
ton Hooker. M. O.
Thlnza not Generallr Known. A popular Hand-book of
Literature, History and science; by Davia A. weiis.
The American InJapsn; an abridgment of Commodore
T.rf-ra Hmlnrlri Eznedltlunr bv Bobert Tomes.
The Charity ot the Primitive Churches; by ths Rev,
.ImiSmi r-h.,1.1 nr iimrvi Hwi'.sriinn.
Biographical and Historical Sketches; by T.Bablngton
The Sayings ot the Great Forty Days between the Re
surrection sna tne Ascension; cy ueorge Moseriy,
d. c. L.
Counsel to the Awakened, or The Pathway ot Safety ; by
Rev. AihtonOxenlen, liictor of Kent, England, sc.
A large assortment ot SCHOOL, LAW, MEDICAL,
and Miscellaneous Bnrks. which we will sell low. ja
OH HHDS.FlrSugar;20doPrlmedo;20do Choice
CtJ Sugar. For sale low to the trade by.
FLOUBNOT. COCFEK S- LEAKE,
my24 19S Main street.
1 fifi BAGS Rio Coffee; COdo Havata do ; 25 do La-
1UU gulra Oflec. For sale by
FLOURNOT. COOPER h LEAKE.
19S Main street.
BBLS. Rebolled Molasses; ICO half do Recoiled
Molasses. For sale by
FLOURNOY, COOPER & LEAKE,
19S Mala street
- AA BATES Star Csndles: 100 half do
For sale by
1 U U , FLOURNOY, CpOPER it. LEAKE,
195 Main street
1 flfi CASES assorted Cot dial n store and for sa;e by
H n. POTfEB. Maln-st,
Third door North of Worth m Houfe.
K ft A CASKS Kenneli's Ale In store and for sals by
'.It III H. n rOTTEli. Main-si,
myl Third door North of Worsham House.
rf p-CASES superior Bottled Brandy. For sale low by
0 -TLOUBNOY, COOPER fc LEAKS,
mrtl 196 Main stieet.
sr'jpSjliaB rmfmlif ijaai,
right of Memphis, for therMclainotype
nfcmtorr, pianos, tr
OCnOOLET'SP.tent Rrrrig.iators ('he best in use)
O of every vattM), formal at jsanuracinreT-s pric-s.
nf- ZJIJIU VI V
- TcKINNEY & CO. 'ajedn-Tectlpt of a large number of
JYJL Ic Boxea. pr steamer wm. r-airo. myiu
LKBMIS' Patent Cemoloatioo of Showirr Balh and
W uihstand. Also, Wardrobe fjhuwer Bub. for tale at
111 Tl U -w .-'.'. ' www.
A VERY desirable article for breaking ice, for sale at
mylD c iv i s?i a r a uu si.
OIITY-FIVE pieces Canton Mattings, 4-4, 6-4 and 6-1
aj wide tor sale at
myiO McKINNEY tcCO'S,
GEO. FLAHEUTK & BRO.
ARB selling out, wnn. -"TJ
out reserve Ibeiralocce
s5 .000. conslitlngc
an'OS from 'he most cel-
ebratid mikers. such as Cblckerlng & Sons ; Farnlture.
from a Kltch-n Table to the most HaboraUly carved
Rosewood Setts In Bro-alelle and nom.
Cart.ta. CnrUlns. Floor Oil Cloth Mattresses. Looklcs
Glssaes, Ottoman F amea. prepired for embraid rrd cov
ers, Offlee Furniture, Refrigerators and Shower Baths.
Sash of every variety! S alrj. ftewsit ana nanutera
600 on band at all times. Dealers -visiting oar city are
invited to examine our stock.
Pianos tuned and repilrtd by a rrotessor or long expe
Ware Rooms corner Main and union streets, aempou
PIANO PORTE, PrJBNITtTHE,
Carpet and Curtain Rooms.
PIANOS of A. A Gale t
fc Co., Ugbte, Newton
Bradbury; oswoon, aia
hneinv and Walnut Parlor
and Bed Room Furniture, Sofas, Divans, B area as, Ward
robs, Secretaries, Cottage Ma ble Top Bed Room Suits,
and a large assortment of Common Furniture.
Spring, Hair, Moss, Cotton sua fnn; a jtauresaea maur
to order Oil Carp-ting, from thiee tu eighteen reel
wide; Tapestry, Bruss Is and Common Carp ts. Trans
parent Shades and Cariains. Carpets. Curtains and Cor
ntees, msde by an experlencd Upholsterer. Looking
Glass and Picture Frame" made to order Piinoa tnnd
and a'l kinds of Musical Instruments repatrea oy expe
rienced workmen. H. M GR03VENOB,
Main street, between xaaison ana stonroo.
Money for Great Bargains
POPE & BEOS.,
235 Main Street, Memphis.
Wa lava determined to reduce our large slock or
STAPLE ASD FANCY GOODS,
BT OrrEBISO TIIE1I AT
Vory floducod. Pnooa
rpmS well known and popular summer resort will be
X opened and kept tbe ensuinr season by tbe sib-
T. A. BUBPOOT.
gj Enquirer copy.
184 Main St., Memphis,
NEAB THE WORSLTAM: HOUSE,
WHOLESALE ASD 21EATAIL EEALES 111
Sl Ai LL
AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Hals, Boots, Shoes, Saddlery,
FINE VIRGINIA TOBACCO, tc.
Merchants, Planters and Close Buyers
Generally, are respectfully invited to call.
THE following Seasonable Goods are new effsred Iar
sale low ;
SWISS MUSLINS, Striped, Plaid and Plain:
JACCONET " . " .. . "
CAMBRICS, Mull, Boot, Victoria ;
NAI VSOOKS. Plaid and .Flam.
BRILL IANTLNES, Fig'd, Striped and Printed.
2.QOO yards Lawns, lO to 50 cts.
SjOOO heat American and
500 vards 6inerior Black Silks-
Rich Siik and Berage Rolies-and
icd and J
Striped and Plaid FOUlardS
BLACK SILK LACE; EMBROIDERED SWISS.
HOOP, BBILLTANIE, GRASS, EUGENE, EMBR'D, 4c
Black and Black and White Prints and Lawns;
Black Satin Striped Grcnadini tombazina;
Silk Warp Alpacca Berage;
Crape CoUars, Sets, Blacs; Robes,
Black. Blue and While.
BAJOU S untquaUtd Kid mavis.
Collars, Sleeves, S'ts, Basques,
Mantles, Etfges imenmrs.
Bands, Flounces. Hanakerchlef s, RuEes.
Fine Bltck and Fancy Fiench Cloths ot Simonla' and
other makes; . , .
Fine 6-4 and H Black and Fancy Doeskins, Simonls' and
Snper Satin Moleskin and Velvet Teitligs;
Huff White ana rncy aiarsemea "u
3la k Italiin C'.oUs;
Hlirl Prench DrsD D'Ete;
Drab. Bine aad Lid Alber'lne Coatings;
Brown Grey anl Fancy jummermonst ,
Nanienet SaUcen, ril asd Fancy Coatings;
Brown, YMlow and Lead linen Caallcgs;
Risirhed snrl Brown Drills and Drxisi
Terk aad Alakapas Drills, Naukeons, &c.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, UHBEhLLAs,
PARASOLS, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS.
Men and Youths' & Furniihing Goods
For PARTIES, WEDDINGS, &c.
White Satin and Figured Silk Vests ;
White urava's. lies ana scans,
White Kid Gloves, e., Jte.
n tt -n TrTinTiTtTfl rtrt-ATtP
H U U O Xj iV J!i 1 1 W U ljUUUO.
I b, fv,Ter, ciflths. Napkins, Crash Towels, Doylies.
Cont,.n,nes. Fr'nges. Curtala Lamasks, Embroidered
I T IK."..'' .A- n r..,in.. c-h v. TirKri-.'
Bleached and Brown Sh rtlngs H to 4-4.
Bleached and Brown Sheetings, 6-4 to 12 4.
, , -r,, , iVTUrJlln-rr,
I lnip OrtHllt tO AT lElltCrS CZ JILllierB.
gelf-SharpCHiag Portable GrlSt Mill
w4 Jmprocfmrnl on all Olker Patent'.
mmsiicnt of the most valuable inventions of tbe day.
I Drtie.'slng all the qmliflcatlons requlsiteto mike it
vaiuaole to the f aimer. It is destined to supply a want
that has long been felt by that portion oi commuciv.
la so simple In eonstructlou, that any person of ordina
ry skill can run it and ke-p it n ordr Tbe grinding
surfaces are ot tbe most durabie character, harder than
any tempered steel, and not liable to get out ot order
ii w ii in nn n,it. corrr. oi i Dmiwumh uiui, u-
.ntna. m-nth in! ir Hnd corn and cob admirably, or shelled
oats and corn, and cob may be weal ground together. The
.. . ... .... . v..... u. .., -r. t n
small sixe irame mui, wiui isu-iigi -1 - ..... -m
n. in.icht hnthel! nf sunerLir corn meal i-erhour.
and rrom elgM to teabahels of good feci for stock, and
rnnitm hnt tittle attention, and may be run by gin-belt
without increase of espsnie. The large alxa jrame mill
will grind ever twice tbat amount per hoar. The .meal
Is n heated in gunning a vaiusur icximic.
... .m.ii i.-iTre ,iTe a.205. We bare the
-I.I.I n .ii ihs Hiarii ar aiiDama. iisaL.-sii'j. s-m-
t'ara Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, and a portion of
Texas Ararecbanee it nere oneren ior ramptuuss
reponsIble men lo engage in ine saw oi jiuifs.
nnnni-r .nil Ante rlebti sold -n accommodating terms
Alt ordrs, eomuiunicatlons, and applications for Rights
and MIPS addressed to us will e promptly rtspondei to.
junt-aswiy r..t ..... u.j . -
v n -niTrte TtnnaEt. Williams Cominlsitoo and
Forwarllog MeKhants are our agents In Mempt.1 Tenhaj
In St re. or eigas amtrvus nsauiair
'urfie , " tbe best la the world, ' at from
8210 "to $500. Give us a call, (or we are
determined to sell, as we waat money, to
WINSTON, CHURCHILL & CO.
pay our debts.
IN tt,re, or eigns aiQervns jt.uuisw
'nrets, " the best In the world, " at from
riin4wi Give naaeall. for we are
DjBROWlf, nR-wV..3. taV rHAZB
. BROTFN & FRAZER,
s Tmnvrn iTT.iir. nttos No iSA Main street
il. over Bensen's Mosfe Rrore' Memphis, Tenn , aud
Ilernanito, Desotoocnnty, aiiss. vnu aiieuo. ynavuj
to all collections and business entrusted to them in West
Tennessee and North Mi-slssipri.
Refer to Truitf.Bro. & Cb , rbllAltlpblaCronln.
HBrxthall X Sears, Walter . 'Bteinlein. N- Y.; w. B.
MUler, Jones, Brown o Co., W J. Wttb&Co.. Mem
HOUSE, SIGN, AND 0RNA31ENTAL
PAINTING-, DEOOEATING, &c.
TT. 11. PASSMORE
TAKES this method of informing tht eltlxens of Mem
phis tr.at he bat jermu-eaiiy .ocsted himself here,
tocairvon tbe above bosinets, and mures those bo
may favor bim with their patronage that all Wjrk ea
trusttd to him will have his strict PERSONAL ATTEN
TION. In the select n.n and prsparaiiua af the material,
as well as ibs faithful ex'CaMooof tbe. wo-k. No exer
tion wUi be -pared on his part o glv satisfaction and
pertormthewo-kihorougbly, aad as the same lima to
suit th' tsste ef the most f astidraas.
His long expetlerce warrants; Mm In seytng that his
contracts will be comp'I-d wllh to the entire saitsfarttcD
af those who may patronise h'm. They may slso rest
assured tbat any wjtK auori ktn ay nun wui oa prompi
Far qualiccatbmi.be begs leave to refer to the fallow
ln? per ions : Cipt O. B Church, Capt. T. Newell. Mr.
W. Potlev, Capt. J Goalee Capt. Aigeo, Mr. G PhlKer.
SHOP 8k rf ShrttAO s Drug Stcie my29 dly
31E31PIII8 INSURANCE COMPANY,
Sam. Mosby.Tres't; Bon May, Seo'y.
OFriCE ON JErrEBSOIf STBBETs
O. Habris, Sam. Mosbt,
Q. O. ATalSSOS, T. W. WILXI3I0S,
J. 0. Gbeeslaw, T. H. Ar.r.Ew,
J. J. BAWXI-18S.
ALL prsons Indebted to tbe late firm of Ferguson,
Neill X Blark, either by n te or accoout. are hen-b,
notlfled, tbat nstesa tbey nuke si tilem nt of tbe same b
the 1st day of Jane, prux., tbey will bd placed In ILe
tands of an oQcer for coiUciion.
J H. W1LBUKN,
mylS-dtwawla cf the aforesaid Crm.
JOHY H. JOXES,
XjTT2VJ:33 33 3ES. jJV. Gr 33 KT T ,
vO bay or sell, ha on band at all 'ImeCjprss Pine,
. Poplar and Oik Lumber; neir tbe Charleston Ra I-
road Depot Give bim a call. nn22-dlra
To the Stockholders ofthe Mem
phis and Charleston R. R. Co.
LN aedrdsDC with tha power and authority given, in
tbe 16:h Section of tbe ObS'ter of thesMeraphia and
Cbarlesten Railroad Compsay. tbe Board of Directors
bave resolved tbat all St ckbow'rs (except those whes
cues are In litigation) wh- do net pay oa fully tbeir
stock on or before the sain asy or JUM,AKir, mar, me
samewBibe f.rfeitrd xr tho Company, Including all
Stock wbeHy or partially unpaid.
By order of the Board.
W. B. WILD RAN,
apl Seo'y and Tiest'r Western Division.
LEA & PERKINS'
ot a Letter from a
TO BE THE
10 HIS BROTHER
'Only Good Sauce,' ps
WORCESTER, May, '51
Ten LEA. it PEB
R I N S tbat their
SAUCE tt MSWy es
teemed in Indu.aadls,
hmyefHBkn tbe most
AltD APPLICABLE TO --r
p.Vatab'.e aa wad as the
hat Is made.
Th .ivIt VpJii awardsd bv the Jury ot Ihe New Tork
Exhibttien for Foreign Saaort was obtained by IXA A
PKKRINS for tbeir WORCBSTEBSUIRE SAUCE, the
world sr We fame of which having wa to numerous imna
lions, purchant-rs are earaentlv requested to see tbat tbe
Garnet, of -LEA & PeRRINS" are impressed upon tbe
Bottle ami Stopper, aad priate-t npsn trse mov-is.
Sale Wholesale Ageots for the Uoltei States.
John Duncan & ons,
403 BROADWAY, Sf. T.
A stock always In store. Also, orders nceived far di
rect shipment from England. my9-ly2p
A RCTIRED PHYSICIAS
lilt have near y run out discovered
-i Indies, a certain cure for ConiBmii
Bnaebllis, Ceoght. Colds, and Genera
reDKdvwaad scoter- d by bim when hi-
u,ir child, x daathter. was given an to die. Wishin
to -de ss mucti g-da- psible. be wU sead to saeh of hi.
affiieeed fallow betas as request, ti, wis rrape, who
f uH aadcxp it tftrec teas far misiag is op. aa kbim
fullrustag.lt- 11 lequiras ean appKam w
si,,, an sblBiBC three eekts ta be returned at pestase
on the recipe, aad be n-m in-kr ta be a Wised to the
oayment ef this advertisement. Aanret,
v ' Dr- H. JAKES,
Ni 19 Graxd street, Jersey City, N.J.
MISSISSIPPI ASD TEXSESSEE
I-BOMaBdafterSPNDAY. the 7th lntaat. the PAS-
PENOEB TRAIN wo . m.ke regular Sunday trips to
Sardls and retnrn, thi-re connee'lng witnj r jimki
ander'sOoacbes, for Panola, Grenada, and all Southern
Jnaa-d.wtm E. M. PATRICE. Sup's.
THJS CELEBRATED 110 1 LAND REMEDY IOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF AjST ELN1),
FEVER AND AGUE.
QCCn as Indige'jon, Acidity of the store acn, ivoucaj
i . Pains, nrartnurn. loss oi Appeiue. imiwuucu,.j,
Oestlvenrss Blind and Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous.
rjK.nm.lir xi Vmralcic Arrcilons 11 Dii ia. nommjul
lostancea proved highly beaeflclal, aad In others effected a
Tbb ia.a purely vegetable ermpouno, preparvu oiwi"-
A- . . . , . .....t.l,.Ml.Knfirf
ly sclenoae principles, a ter the manner o, .
irollaiKl Professor. "7 .i" ..."T:
m i-ii nr the Eiirann State, its Introduction inti
the United States waa lutenueu mere especially ior imnw
of our fatherland scattered h-ieand there over tbe face oi
tills mighty country. Meetjng with great success among
hn. l m. nOrr- u to the Amerieaa public, knowing that
Its truly wjideertul nieuiCinai Ttrtnea must uo .i-
It Is paillcularly recommended to those persona wboee
constitutions may have been Impaired by tbe conUniinBS
use ot ardent spirits, er otar retmi oi amipsHuo.
Generally latanUneons tn effect, It finds Its way directly
otheseat of ilfe, thrilling and quick- nlng every nerve,
ratsirg op the drooping spl.it. and. In fact, infusing new
smii .n.i viTt.r lo the svstem.
vn.n m,m- nneets to find this a beverage wib
t.,1 . hn. in th ill, weak an.l low spirited.
WUI .UUUW..-.I mm. .v . -
It will prove a grateful aroraattc ccrdlal, possessed ot
rlnguiar remeaiai proper: lea.
wn.. .t nnnni.ritvnf this dellzht'sl Aronu bas ln-
.n in-n.iinin. which the DStlic should guard
a alnst purchasing Be not persuaded to buy anjthlng
else until yuubaverlv?n Boerbsve" lioltana uniers a
fair trial. One bottle will convince you how Infinite;
superior It Is to all these Donations.
; jr sola at gi per ooiuB.ot .is. uvir. ,u w
ft BE.VJAIflKV PAOE, JR., & CO.,
' w. swrsvn rvrtvtinin
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
i-s.nld In Memobl- by S MANSFIELD fc CO.;
also by WARD fk JONES and G D JOHNSON,
' IMMENSE SUCCESS I
Orer Tnro Thousand Bottles of
j; fl. MCLEAN'S GELEBEATED STRENGTH ES-
KG C0HD1AL AND BLOOD PURIFIER
and tbe de
mand Is In
ry day The
g est sale
that has so
ti n r Tin
ior till P"m-'4jji
edv. is aw- NiS
i. Thnnisnd. or weak feeble and debilitated persons la
thl city have been made healthy and strong try taking tt
ts I. in. rn.r aiiernaiive ia si.e wuuu. .uw vwj
remedy that will purity th blood, and at tha same ttmi.
strengthen ana ovisoraio m uoi- hiwiuis.
It win cfRttually cure all complaints cf the Liver
e,-h A rtnWs nrh as Liver Camnlaint. Headache
Bmour;ess,BAa" Breath. Dysmisla, Sour Stomach. Lost
of Appetlte.Nervous Dlfeaaes, Falntnest. Weakn.ss or
aay disease of the Womb, Kidneys orBlvlder ; and re
ji..,ii nr uirsa fram the skm. It Is a sun
prttenllve against YUlow Fever, CbiHJ. Ague and
Fever. Chs" ra or aay prr.u cy.-w -
mltie about it.
S- Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction. Try
it It Is vm pleasant. It leaves a delightful aromatic
flavor In tbe mouth after taking it.
j.h. McLEAN. SolePrrprietorof tbisCorduu.
it.. -u-rnn. Trnlranleflll TJnlment.
r?- Principal depot oa the comer of Third rid FiJ
streets, lil. axjuis, aio. " ---JA". ,
' ' ' G. D. JOHNSONi Agent,
corner Madison and Main streets,
nn hr fi. MANSFIELD St CO..
febJUwly ' ' u1 Wholesale Sragglsts, MemphU
Whose sands at
whrin tn th Ea
I TleMHtr. The
S-7 Z- I
dr lnfonnatl. Ji given, or ifrUe "returSed" to vote, will be
Memphis an New Orleans Packet I3nc., j . f
THC M mchit arid New Orp abs Steam
,H Packet Company propo-e runtiag V
I BEN FBANELlXibroeghoiit tie sums-,
r-. . . . ..i . -. , . rVp'e.ni.
iriiTnis i. in i in i mi i ii ii ii i ,
Ml,., nn ai I., r,lm lirh ITlD. &
WILL LETE MEMnilS rOH 3TSW.0BXEA5S. .
...... ..r..Ang. 6
...... ...Ag. 20
rrtOSt MEMFn.IS TO CAIBO.
REGULAR TUESDAY PACH.ET.
For Cairo and St. L.onIs.
EDITOR Monis Brady. C.pt., Bab. Bobbin, Oeik.
.... t,tti,TV TTTBV-
sail. WILL ev c yui. ..- - r.
DAT AFTERNCON, a.
lltcknian wiro suu. . - - - -.
rua.i,idatSt'Lol. wiib the Olio and' Mlsaltslppt
Raltruad and Pacific Railroad ..-t.TwatJX of.
Returning. U-ave St. Louis every SatttrJayaf 4 or
doekp M. n.irT v m Ae'ta.
JalO-la LAVALIJsTtk. ati"ss.ss .
For Sew OrJeans.
, i. iriB upHnaia i'u" .
r invrceaisic p -
5MORN ING, June 12th, at 8 o'clock.
Memphis, Unite RiTer and Napoleon
TJ. S. MAITj PACKET,
Oeleaa, Friar's Point, Laconia & Concortlia.
STEAMER RATE "?i-BEE,
JOHN T- SHIRLEY, Mater....WX. T. WOOD. Oterk .
U THIS new, spBdia ana ws :
eVI baviug been purchased for the Pack tt
Trade la place ot me J acr-s. s -"-. - -.
ii...t....ni.TiT in the trade. leaving
MempbU every MONDAY and FRIDAY gf,;
M . punctually, connecting at Napcnn witk
ArkiT; river btta, -kig
White rtvvr at regular rates. J": JgT"
,w,t, TUESDAY sad SATURDAY, arriving at nea-
nhls Bandar and Wednesday evenings. ,
iS7S former patronage, the wns hope to
merltacortlnuanceof tne ame uj
raising strict tenUonusJnesj.
NOTICE TO SHttJiSS. ,2
freight antU one e'elock on Mondays, and daring the en-
lire day Thursdays, and until one caw a jiw
A T. Layallette, late ef firm o' LavaHett -fc
J. T Shirlet ";"-"'
E. G. DAT1DSOX Latest raus.u, .
LAYALLETTE, SHIRLEY & JO.,
STEAMBOAT ASD RAIlsUUAw
corjnuisslon & Forwarding Merchants,
igents of Memphis and Chaihston Hailroad.
Office So. il fVo-4f Row and Court f rci r .
Warehouse on Water street, Wak'a BlocK.
Jaac-ly . ,
LOOKING-GLASS & GILT PKASIB
'.LDFrsnietie-gi.aea Lituig UUi re-uii"."
I I in .,r wsrnnt d. Oil Piinllats and PC-
lures oti band for sale, Washington aiteet, bvlw Taeatte.
my7 dly .
Rare Opportunity for Teachers.
I t'hemicil nl Pblosopeieal Apa-Tates. Maps,
Gi be. Sic , wilibeeowtotireni.nai "'"-strtati-
Bil.inz in the L,wu or H rnaB. o Mha.,ntbe
FtRsr MONDAY (h day) ef JULY NEXT.
The Apparaitts. ae . will be sM lr cs-b , tie Lab. sbh
lastitate BaiHllBgs thr reoB, for o e-lll cash. ai e
oa! si.ee Been tt onall ol twve oaains , .
This BTopeny ia well adapted for Scoot pwreeres-oi lr-
a Urge boaMiug boose The title Is sqa,ni.l, ,
under the sale ml ucb title aa B vesteX Hi Hw Beard?"
of Trusteis mbeglvB. . .... .
Th sale will positively oe maae. a t io . .
payment o obi. J. wrAmJ.i,
' J .. f u ..-1 , T .1 ...
HESSAaDO. ansa w J w.w. - . .
J. A. SAMPLE... .M. B. HnCBlu. . Z
Men.pbl. Lale I ar. i "'"
SAUIPU:, MITCHELiIj & CO.,
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tommission. Receiving, anu xurwaruijis.
Tvr s c 23C 1XT 2 iS ,
MADISON-ST.TUIRDL'OOREASTOFUNION BAN It,
A SUPPLY at best Bagglag and Bepa alway to state.
Ordre ior opp r-s nllsd at tbe lewest cash petees.
We are als AgeuU far tbe sale of G o. W Wlmsn's
Double Geartd Portable Tbresbeia and Wheat
Blenare sBperlrf te anythiae af the kind everoCered
te the pUoter. Umj cheaper, bh-t- outs We, ana less na
me to get ooi of repair, ana may o- w " "lji '
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i,aarz.i A'l' tosT.
-BwBicesecatatCOST oar asto tai-nt of. Tspes
trr. Vtifet. Brassels, lbreo Ply aad ingrain ar-my26-Ira
Sellios" oii at Cosfc!
A BASE CHAKCE TOi LADIES TO POBOKASE
RICH ASD SEASOSABLE GOODS,
EHPOSIUiU OF FASHIOIV,
ladies' General .Furmsning ana
2S9 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENS-
WE are recelviog and cptnias. far the
fiBineerlon of he lidi'l. one of the meal
,,i,i,hi stacks of Frxach Mulinerj aisd. I
e.cy Dry Goods ever brought to this dty. Alio, a Vs. T
tw.t assortment or uressuouus, jus., ,
lies. Organdies, Graudeen. Tissue Keees, p-aba and'detted
Mdsima,e.c. we on piiiKuwi sirow. ...
Consliting ot all styles of Freich Bonnets. Leghorn, Eng-
ish Straw, N'opolltaa Kugeniea aoa uip.i"",
..i uisin. Five lbuuiaua uoiiara weriaer nw irrau
Embroideries Vaienclaea, G impure, Hoal en. Point L.co
setts, CBantiliy Lace,
Emhroidered Sillc Mantiiaas,
Lace Baqulnes. Dresa Trimmlngt ot aU stylet ;Paiassi,
Fans, Gimpnre Laces, c
Also at ih Emponam of Fashion, Dress and MaBtsUa
UaklBgdase, guarantlns satufaoiion aa u siyse am
"SS;, cood. a'ways oa hard, aad orders preaptly.
..TU ,Z Theudlesare ratsf r.specifnriy;Invhe1to,
can and examine i
an and examine our geod bt-fon- paicbaa as elsewheie. .
n. 3X11 uijlm bl w.,
299 Mala street, Memphis. Tenn.
smVARD PICKETT, Jr.,
ATTOaNBr AT LAW, Msmpbls. Tena. nmce,JeCer
on stre t midway the Poet Ofnca Building.
BAB3ETT OBAItAM M. IgSAS HILL.
GKAJIA.il & HILL,
Commission it Grocery Merthn ts,
KO. O FRONT ROW.
MEMPHIS, TEart. ,
WE are sow prepared to nil orders for Bacon,
Flour, Sugars, Molasses, Coff as, Csnetes, aBa,
n.bacco. Wbisty.S It, Biggina,Bop.aadTwine
with a general stocx or urwrivs.
v.,tsiiiAirn a for tbe sale ef tbe Manufactures
ih. vmnhi. Cotton Mills, and efftt at low prhes tbtlr
Osnaberxs, Cotun farna at,d Jeans and Ltnsey.
Also take oru.rs for i ne aiar wiumois.
jnn!-d.w6m GRAHAM ArHILL.
BIDSwIltbc recelvm ni iaa oeiorejupu m.
l.bd.yof July. lS37,for the butMUgot a F.msla
Academy in Macon. Tenn ,.ot brick, toiity bxfsixtytet;
two stories bUh Ih buil-ter to famish at. materials, ...
For particulars, number af rocms a.c, apply to A.
MiOItE. Esq , Macoa, or to me at my residence, three
miles ivet: ot Mawu. n. s- " u.s ...
JunS Im- caai-man cnui-ina yemmuiee.
r!0u Railing. Marb!et-ed Manilee, BslCcnKs, Capitals
forcntumns for ihe diflVynt Orders and styles, Ga
.m.. p.HniM. Truirs Cistern Valves. Iron Sieie
Frocts, Stairs, Wtndsw Lintals. Iron Eave Gutters, Pccf
Ventlllaters.lren rouutims, and all that 'art of tbtat
nade to order bj the best esiannnmer.vs hubs icu
Situ. JOHJi U xiBtiAr. Arcaurn,
my'3-Jm waner-s cum a-ainn
WOOD & PEROT,- -Ornamental
tTTE are nsw prepared tufuralsh, at tbe shsrteit notice
W .n .rvviwt,rlces. aH orders for irsn BaUIrg, ir
Cemetf Ties, Public Squares and Front Yard Fences. Iri a '
Verandahs In great variety an of new-dest-ns. Irin
Stairs, circn-'ar andstrighL Fosmame, ueei1paii,
Tree Boxes, Tabl, Animals, Statuary, andMeCoratlTe'
iron work generally.
Being In tba centre of the Iron and. coal CJslrlctJ,
where tbe necessarv materials can be h at tbe lowest
ortcee, and twine be oldest most experienced atd largest
bouse cf the kind In the enunfry, wears able to present
di work at lower prices than any crmpetitors.. Having
appointed Mr. ROBERT FLETCHER, Architect, our
.nt at alert P .If , Tenn., we rriet m. yvsru u'ini.
wctk lo him for all necessary In formation and for bocks
f designs, eobracicg an unusually large variety of pat
terns, and wbo is authrolxd to sell a t work delivered
I board of vessels at Philadelphia at h 'ertret Phila,
I ,Di pllce. WOOD is PEROT,
J30rac m Waller's B'jjck, No. 15, third stairs.
Administrator's Notice. -t
ALL pe tons havltg claims against the estate ctthe,
late B.C. F. Duncan, will present them at enca or--! A""fw.
payment, anl thoae Indebted to said eitat will call aftdpg: mt
. - - "s.- . . Tfciswar. ...-7-
ACiSniy InMKoTiTTStliTcrTTttK.TnrTij 'TSTX.J rett,
two stories high ihe bnlVer to furnish ! marerlx't.
For particulars, number et roonf, ie , ppiy ta A.
wiiAnp. -p., vros. or tame at ar residence. Utre
G. H- YASSER