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THE DAILY APPEAL.
IHID AY HOBNTUrtf JULY 10, 1857.
BEKOCS ATIC ASSOCIATION.
A adjourned netting ol the Democracy cf
Memphis will le b'.'ld at the Law Office of L.
P. Fowl. ees Esq., Adams street, on Sitcrdxy
ereaing next, llth Inst, at early gaslight. A
general attendance Is earotstlj desired.
By order of the President.
W. IL CARROLL Trdldnt.
qUSpOO sacks oT-cora, to be carriedHn parcels of
"Messrs. Dcklaf, Small,. Krsa and JBatkx
wMl sidreis the citizens of JlempMi. on to
msrrow (Satorday) night, at the Exchange
BalldlEgi. The public are invited to attend.
Boa.es or School Visitors. The member
of the Board of School Visitor are requested
to meet at the office of T. D. Eldmdce, Esq.,
this evening at 8 o'clock. A punctual at
tendance of all the meabsra is earnestly re-J
plied to navigation, is the trade in which uoats
are engaged when cottbtn is the principal article
shipped, and the from Memphis and
points as low dffK&as,'the sugar region to New
Orleans is the cotton laie. On the 1st Decem
ber, 1855, the Mayflower, about 11 o'clock In the
forenoon'arrivtd at Memphis from New Or
leans, and- on that day made contract io
carry to New Orleacs from Bradly's Landing,
about 16 or"l8rmlIes above Memphis, 12,000 to
Messrs. Habsis, WbEatELET&Co.haTe
aisociattd with them Mr. Wat. S. Pickett, of
New Orlea&s. This is an old, strong and popu
larhouse, and we congratulate the old mem-4"ttcr refused to contract to carry cotton as the
bers on so valuable an acquisition to their firm.
Ttrs style of the firm will remain as hereto-.4e.
f JSMrms Fire Association-. A special
meet of the Memphis Fire Association will "be
hsM at the hall of Independent Fire Company
No. 1, ibis erenisg, at eight o'clock. A punc
taal atttolalKe of delegate requested.
By c-ittarof tile Association,
WJL A. McEWEy, Secretary.
ILucDseaiE Pbcsekt. We were yesterday i
taatle the recipients of fire large sweet plumb !
peaebes, for which -we are indebted to Mr An
derson, of this city. They were raised or. the
. place of his father-in-law, Mr. Steislemak,
In Vlelabarg, Mississippi. He iaforms us
that 'hey hava readily sold daring the season.
for 48 cents per dozen.
25 Messrs. Towksekd &. Whit-moe, as
will be seen from their card, are still car-di-
dites for the public patronage in their branch
of business, that ef Cotton and Grain Factors
and Commission Merchants. They are well
known as ameag the best of oar business men,
'and wHi give prompt attention to aH easiness
entrusted to them. We ask attentiea to their
.- card in another column.
.from 3,000 to 6,000 sicks, a trip.
Accordingly, on the day of her arrival at
Memphis, she went up to Bradly's Landicg,
took on board about 4,800 sacks, which were
ready for -shipment, and returned to Memphis
about 11 o'clock the night of the 1st December,
1855, which was Saturday, and on the next
nlebt, whilst lying at the port of Memphis wait
ing for Tuesday, ner regular day for leaving,
with no freight on board except the said corn,
she was burned and lost. The fire was commu
nicated by the steamboat Gtorgt CoUitr, which
was also a boat in the -cotton trade; the last
named boat had just arrived from New Orleans,
bat neither cf the boats had any cotton onboard
at' the time of the fire. The master of the May-
Mississippi Centkal Raileoad. We learn
from one of the Directors of this road, that by
Tuesday next the cars will run from IKe Junc
tion, within six miles of Oxford. AttheSoatb
rern terminus omnibuses and hacks will be in
- waiting to carry passengers to Oxford. This
information will be of interest particalaily to
sach persons as desire to witness the com
Ad teethe Advertise. If yo want yoor
ly circulated, hand them into the Appeal. We
new have ample capacity threagb. the medium
of oar large Daily, which is extensively ciree
latetl, not only ia the cKt,bwt every Eseraiog
through the coaatry also, by means of the va
rious raHrea4s- Now is the time to provide for
, "the faM trade.
Tennessee asb Mississippi Centkal Rail
bbab. At a aeetir of the Directors of this
GeapaBy, heW jrt Bolivar oa Moetey last, Gen. j ihtm were less to be respected than the ftv
boat passed up the river to Bradly's landing
The corn taken in-at Bradly's landing was not
one-fourth of the cargo for the Mayflover, and
her officers expected to complete her cargo with
cotton, and would have carried, if the boat bad
not been lost, 3,000 bales of cotton. Froa the
latter part of September, 1865, to the 1st De
cember, 1855, the Mayfientr was engaged in the
cottpn, trade, and at the time she -was burned
she only had on board a part of her cargo, and
intended to complete her cargo with cotton.
Oa the above facts the Court decides the
plaintiffs are not entitled to recover, and that
judgment should be for defendant. Judgment
Keetisg of tfco Board cf Mayer aad Aldermen.
According to published Betice, fen out of the
twelve Aldermen elected at the recent election,
convened at the Geuaell chamber yesterday af
ternoon. They were convened for a tptcial oc
casion, as, the advertisement which brought
them togelner eaid.
To commeoee, (as a preace to the proceed'
ings of the Board) after listening to a few re
marks from Mr. Austin,
Alderman Hghes offert-J resolutions in con
senanee with bis views. The question before
the Board was Alderman Hughes' resolution.
A motion" to lay the whole subject upon the
table was made by Alderman Copeland, and
seconded. Mr. Austin asked, and wsb permit
ted to address the Board. He was interrupted
in hij speech, and AUerman Hughes, who then
offered, what we call (for short)a resolution
which follows, and vhieh is antagonistic to
what he had previously offered. It has been
remarked to the writer of this, that Alderman
Hushes' previous resolutions were intended as
farcical. Such may be the case, bat we will
ask hi all kindness if the citizens of Memphis
when they selected gentlemen to represent them
in the City Council, expected those gentlemen
woard have recourse to pleasantries that are
eft times seen at the theatre aod the circus.
In inis cesection, wnea Uie citizens of a
city of the size of Memphis selected their Al
dermen, did the question ever arise in their
minds that those whom they deputed with au
thority to attend to interests near and dear to
3 , . -Msiipins, June 30, 1857.
Rev'd akd Dear Sib: The undersigned,
embersyof your enorch and congregation,
with others, admiring the course you have pur
sued since your arrival here, in adrocatiDgjlhe
cause of Christianty, and believing that in
the hands cf Providence you will be Instru
mental in accomplishing; much good in this
city, particularly among that class of the com
munity with which we are more Immediately J
connectedwoald most respectfully ask, that
youdelTver"an address tV'the yevagmtnof thh
city, In the Second Presbyterian Church,, on
whatever Sabbath evening may be most con
venient foryou. Subje ct f Tht Duly Required
of tit Toctij Afen of Mtmpkit -toward! tht
Stpprtuxon of Crime and Vtcktdnti$ in tku
Citj." We make this request of you, Rev'd
Sir, since hearing ypupfew but very approprl
ate remarks on last Sabbath, touching the late
excitement in this place.
' Hoping that- yds may long be" spared to ac
complish much good in this your present sphere
of usefulness, and promising you our hearty
co-operation, we are, respectfully,
TOHH S ITH,
Jas. G. Simpsov,
W. W. Fadlxseb,
Kd. C. Kike,
M. C. Pbidot,
K. 1. WILCOX,
J. P. Sasseek,
J. R. Drake,
To Rev. Dr. IL C. Gbu.vdt, Memphis.
Jas. G. Babboub,
C. C. Mobbis,
Nk A; Vakpelt,
E. A. Shrybck,
W. B. Mitchell,
II. E Gabth,
W. J. Webb.
Memphis, July 1, 1857.
Hetn. Ja. O. Baiiocr. O C. VoaBia, J. Q.SiMr-
oii, Stephch Ctowiu, im otbtrt
Gentlemen : Yours of the 30th of June hs
been received and duly considered. I thank
you for your appreciation of my labors, and
the flattering manner in wh!ch,you.have been
pleased to express to me your approval of my
remarks on last Sabtath,touching the popular
excitement, occasioned by the recent murders
In this city. And I am the more gratified and
eacouraged at receiving sach an expression
from the young men of Memphis, accompanied
with the hope and belief that I may be useful
among them. I will not dissulse the fact, that
I crave such a position and so high an honor.
Tou are, young gentlemen, in many impor
tant respects aad everywhere, a distinct class
of the community, and I, therefore, readily
yield to address you as sach.
I propose, then, to address you upon the sub
ject yoa have indicated, oa the evening of the
second Sabbath, the l:th last., In the Second
Presbyterian Church, at 8 o'clock.
I am, with great respect,
R. C. GRUXDY.
jort jof Ittntjiljis.
R. R. Neelt was electe4 FresMetS. The
road is pragreseiag with the gwatest speed,
and it is believed, will be fiaished to Jackso
in the CMrse of the coming week. A frie&d
t -who bas reeeatly passed over H speaks ia the
higbef terras cf the road aad its officers, and
in special commesdatiec of the President.
We ook forward with great Merest and
pleasure to Ms compMios.
Dating the last few weeks several of our
meet respectable cirizeas have been at work,
isdstrieBsly,teorgMU2e a military company
such a company as would reflect credit upon
' Memphis, Shelby eewty, and the State of
Tennessee. We are glad to learn that they
- have succeeded in accomplishing what was,
sot only a destderatam to the citizens of Mem
phis, bat to all who take iBtprest in vetanteer
military organizations, and that the fruit is the
" Independent Grays." Attached is a list of
ciaPr Bracers. At the head of the company is
Col. Jobs Sai-j-aerans, a gentleman known to
every citizen of Memphis. The first Lieuten
ant is Mr. J. Geknette, a nan weH known to
' military fame. The other officers are well
We append, witheat further ceremony, a list
f of ihe officers selected at the meeting of the
icompqsij on tv eaiteaaay emu-, ana uave ueea
promised aifell list ef the privates, (which, we
cnar$tKji number fostv-firO in time for our
who bad held a sitaation the previoua year in
the Board ef Mayor and Aldermen?
We think not. We think the new members,
although they are young, are as capable of at
tendeag to the welfare of Memphis, as those
honored by a re-election. We da not wish to
be considered personal in these remarks, and no
dispassionate mind can make each charges, aed
we think will not. We traet nothing furtiKr
will be heard ia the public meetings of the
Board of Mayor and Aldermen about "old Al
ders en." We believe the people of Memphis
are satisfied that the presest Board is the best
they have bad for years, and ask in return that
they will fulfill the trsst reposed to them,
irrespective of al! outside and intide lafla
ences. With this preface to the proceedings ef yes
terday afternoon, we make a gracious bow to
the uric Board of Mayor ad AMeraien, and as
an addeeria, the proceedings of yesterday fol
low thus :
Meeting or the Citt Council. A special
meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen
was held yesterday afternoon at the Council
Present Mayor Baugh, Aldermen Woodruff,
(Chairman,) Hghes, Erwin, Street, Finnie,
Hamilton, Faulkner, Martin, Copeland and
Absent AMermen Jones and Hill.
The meeting of the Beard was called for the
The river is still receding. Reports from
the upper rivers report them falling. The
Cumberland river is still felling.
The fleet packet IVinduster will leave
this afternoon at three .o'clock. Passengers
couldn't get on board a better packet.
Trie Kate intiee will depart, as usual, ibis
afternoon, carrying the United States Mail to
Helena, White river and Napoleon.
The St. Louis HepuUieaa, of the 7th, says:
"The river atthis point is still falling. All
the upper rivers are 'reported falling, but we
yet hear no complBj V low water. There
are a large n"1? "i ooau at the hvee. Busi
ness is Very dull, and will continue so for some
time to come. The weather is warm."
M HUMUS DAILT ATf KL UmCX, I
TCXSDAT, JbJT T.6a7. (
Interior 9 StrKtMUimaz.lliaiI.S
Orfltirr.. 10 aiOHlGood MiilUnr.imdHH
0M4QrdlBu'....:oaiI IMlMlaj rir..iJHWi
Low MWdHfi....UK.12 I Fair, scire.... noolail.
maiitaz I2K6U I
From tbfXew Tcrt Independent.
Trie h altctttiier cttti unorg Importeti, tat Job-
ben htt reedTM a Utile benefll ccrtni tbe weea Irom
ordn x1tb In eaMatit of tb flneoeti of Ibe weitt
er but tbe ilocki Mi on bind art BBtknallr larct, aad
art poVTVnllUu4tr from vrdtrt for Importa
tion. We learn, bowem-i tram tM Ptilt Pratr, roc-lTcd
br tb CUf Bt:tinort, that tht Anwrlcaoa hart
abiodoo-dibelrrearrreJ allltndt, and art now barlcf
both 1Q LTona and Pari, bm tht coodt ther tar
tbloptMtt nHorrlr in tbt United Statu till ftr
the Ktcf Joir. m order to set tht wntni or tnt m
tarlST It l not bowerer. tbttcht that tht taOTCmtai
wl 1 be ttt mirkaJ until next nvath." Thtiooda to
ennt wirrcsmt later In tbe xaun. Tht proipecu of
cojdtradaln tho fail Increattt vlth tbt crotmtt
abaodaut harveita. Sotut brUiau of demand la looked
for as lUtlr to oosit from tbt Sostbwctt verr toon. Tho
n crop ex wool cat beta later than umil this Kiaos.
but li now ccialet forward riBldir.piacuia Ut tarmen
in funda, and improtlcr tbt Wetttrn cautcttons.
QTbtBiltlmort American tt lait Frldap erenlst;
up of lobaceo In ita wctUr rtTlew :
Tbrn bat bfn a contlderaMa f alHEf on in tho actlrt
derratd for Ubaccv which prttalled atur tbe optnloK of
tbe ipHnr, indihlpprn who hn boiisht Iirf.lj how
anlndl jmltl ntoepwn fnttber uuQ tbtj atcertam
trwrexitor nt tnipntnu psrcca-eaai wt nin rau
which rslt-I tbnsxb tbtitaaoo. Laitt tblpin nil f'om
Ibli a-d otb-f poiU wuitelikitr toblacea lair itotkin
tbe Btotlaealal maiketa, and tbt prln, hitherto rra Irtf
do not enoomrast rariber parc&aott. TDe lu k or the
aalMO Maulasd and Ohio thliwrtk ha beta mxtl
Jt taMlnm (radrt taken for tht Frtech CuBtracl. We
dsBot a.t-r onr aootaliont forelib-r JUrrlaad -T Obio,
MtwoebMrve that pti-et are rttbtr raoro in fanr of
be barT than heretofore. The nolpla of Iftrj'Usd
Wbaooo th( wiec hare fallen on, not no Hoc 1 auewej
to accnmeute, the rerelott heief ail Uk?n at former ratet.
for EntotiT tob.coo tht tnarket it verr qnlet, and tbt
tower cracea art almott entirelr nesirctea.
Tbe f rtendt and aatsaislasoi of 3. E. Sptcer are 13tI
led to attend Ibe Fsseral of bt Jate wife. Mart Jaxe
SPiCER. corner of Vance tad DeSoto ttreeti, this itii
inr, all o'clock. Serrieei bp Eer. 3 Walton.
Carriages at UeKana't and Flahert-a'.
in this or-inizaTioo caBrot be expressed in ' eral articles to demonstrate his position in re
words we -would sooner that our deeds would
demonstrate our feeling on the sebject.
We append the names of the etSeerg, with
what transpired bearing open the subject.
CapJain. John L. Saffabbass.
Irtt LUatenant. J. Gexnettc
StevaS Liteftanl. D. N. Kedali
Third Lvv.tev.ant. J. Short.
Ordtrly Strgcavt. Johx P. Powers.
Setond Sergeant. Daniel Adams.
T&trd Sergeant. Jacob Kendall.
Tvfirlk Sergeant. J. T. Bowes.
Etiign. -IVm. Home.
XrcaiBTtT. H. IL Paystzb.
Secretary James E. Fbost.
After the election of oficers a coramitte,
consisting of Messrs. Gennette, Short, Pow
ers, aad.KEKDALL, was anpeiated to wait upon
Mr. Sattabba-cs, and inform him of his elec-
In a few etaqfleBt remarks, Capt Saffab-
bajcs retaned thanks for tbe heaer conferred
upon him, and hoped that he weald fill the of
fice ia sach a aaBaer as weald reflect credit
upon himself and the company. He hoped the
citizen weld view is the same l'gbt as he
did, and the eeidters whom he was elected to
command, the importance of a military organi
zation in this city, which wo aid prove that the
State which recognized a Jacejon and had
Imbued into their being all that pertained to mil
itary heroism, would act in accordance. He
referred ia eloquent strains to the military or
ganization which existed in Charleston and Sa
vaBeab, and cited the maaner in which Mem
phians were received. Capt, Satfarrans was
enthusiastically applauded during the detiveiy
of bis remarks, and when the meeting adjoern
ed, it was with tferet times three for the Inde
pendent Grays and ita members.
Ameetisg of tbe Independent Grays will
take place on Wednesday evening next at Ex
Every member Is requested to be present, as
imperlaat business will be transacted.
The Bousing or the Steamer Mat
r lower. Tbe following interesting particu
lars of the salt breaght by Messrs. Gatt,
McCuke & Co., owners of the nteamer May
Jlevctr, which was destroyed at osr landing last
Xecember a year, to recover Insurance on the
boat, we find ia the St. Loals Leader of the Gtb
COlfXOK FLEAS CODET Host. Samuel Bebeb,
Oltr, KcGese & Ot. r. tb PJxrali I rjc Cqizj.
This case being called for trial, and t.either
party KjIring a jury, the same, by the con
sent of parties, wiis sobmltted to the Court,
The Court fiodn the facts to be aa follows
That on the 2d January, 1856, the defendants
issued and delivered to tbe plaintiffs a policy of
insaraaeeon the steamboat Majflevctr for $5,-
0). In the latter part of September, 1855. al
teraUaas were made in the Manfloicer to make
her mere convenient fer stowing cotton. Oa
the 21st September, 1865, the officers of the
boat caused to be peblithed in the newspapers
at Memphis, Tenn., a certain advertisement,
of which the following is a copy: "1855,
Memphis and New Orleans Packet, Mayfioxctr,
Jbeefh Browse, Captain; Henry Filbcbxe,
Clerk. Tbe middle deck of this magnificent
steamer having been taken ont for the purpose
of making her suitable for the Memphis and
New Orleans tride, she will commence ber reg
ular trips about September, the 25th, and con
tinue raaalng the season. Shippers may rely
upoa ber remaining permanently In tbe trade.
Dcval, Alceo & Co.,
Xatallette it MoBBiSj-Ageats."
About the last of September, 1855, she com
menced running as a regular packet between
Memphis, Tennessee and, New Orleans ber
regular day for leaving Memphis was every al
ternate Tuesday. From the time she com
menced running in said trade, the made five or
six trips, and on each down trip she was laden
chiefly with cotton, and the last trip she made
from Memphis to New Orleans, the had on
board about 3,700 bales of crtton. The prin
cipal art'tJe of export from Memphis and from
paints between Memphis and Bayou Sara, is
cotton. St is the staple of tbe country between
the pointa aforesaid, and constitutes the grand
bulk of all the freights tarried by steamboats
from Memphis to Nsw, Prleans, and a very
large proportion of the ititton from Memphis
down is carried by the- boat running be
tween Memphis and New Orleans, although
transient "boats from the Ohlo.river and from
points above the mouth ot tbe Ohio river, some
jrots carry cotton. The cotton trade aa ap
latlen to certain matters which have been made
public, over his signature in the daily press.
After hearing the remarks of Mr. Austin,
Alderman Hughes offered resolutions; which he
afterward embraced in a resolution which will
be found in another place.
At the request of Alderman Hughes, resolu
tions passed at a previous meeting were read.
After tbe reading,
Alderman Finale stated that be could not un
derstand what Mr. Austin wanted.
Alderman Hughes thea moved that the reso
lutions passed by the previous Beard be re
pealed. Mr. Austin, privilege being granted, again
addressed the Board, in favor of his demand.
Alderman Copeland stated he was opposed to
the Beard of Mayor and Aldermen haTing any
thing to do with tbe subject matter ia dispute.
It was a matter which should be settled by Mr.
Austin with the Board of Directors.
Alderman Hagbes arose to correct certain
statements which Mr. Austin made, and took
him to task fer remarks reflecting upon tbe late
Board. He went into a history of tbe Mem
phis and Little Rock Railroad Company, reci
ting things which had come under his notice,
and asked in apatbeticstrain that the laborers,
(who be contended had not been paid,) shoald
receive pay for their services. He proceeded
in a simitar vein and wound up with saying
that he could net vote a dollar to the concern.
Before coBctadingf phe remarked be had a reso
lution to efier, (before offering it, however, he
went into a digression, and spoke of the man
ner in which the previous Board had acted.)
The following is Alderman Hughes' resolu
tion which takes the place of those offered by
him before :
Reieirel, That tbe Beard of Mayor aiid
AMermen request the President of the Mem
phis and Little Rock Railroad Company to see
that the outstanding claims or orders drawn
for John H. Bradley & Co., are paid before
any means of any kind are given to said Brad
ley or his assignees, as the said Bradley as
signs agreed to settle the same, and this Board
expected tbe parties who done the labor or
furnished the material, should be paid before
any money or bonds should be given Bradley or
Before voting oa this resolution, a motion
was made to lay tbe whole subject on the
Mr. Austin asked the privilege of making an
explanation, which, the previous.motion being
withdrawn, was permitted.
Mr. Austin spike at length, and was finally
requested by tbe Chairman to tell tbe Board
what he wanted. He then read the following
St it Jletohtd by the Board of Manor and .11
dtrrtun of Memphit, that, the resolution of this
Board passed on tbe 23d of January, 1S57, dis
claiming tbe terms of settlement of the claims
of H. R. Austin and others against the Mem
phis and Little Rock Railroad Company be and
tbe same is hereby repealed, and the said Com
pany authorized to redeem the obligations of
the said company, upon tbe .aitb of which, the
said Austin ass imed the responsibility ot giv
ing the said company a full discharge from tbe
award in favor of the assignees of the contract
for tbe construction of said road.
A rambling debate ensued, when the Chair
decided that tbe question before tbe Board was
Alderman Cepeland'a motion to lay the whole
subject on the table.
A vote was taken and the Chair decided lbs
motion was lost.
A division was called, and the ayes and nays
being required, resulted in tbe loss of the mo
tion by a tie vote.
Tbe Cbair then decidod that tbe question be
fore tbe Board was Alderman Huges' resolu'
A debate ensued, in which Alderman Martin,
Hughei', Street, Lofland and Finnie participated.
A proposition having be en madefor the ap
pointment of a committee, to examine into tbe
subject, exception was taken,, and Alderman
Finnie, for tbe instruction of the younger mem
bers cf tbe Board, went into a lucid exposition
of tbe whole matter. He spoke feelingly on
the subject, and was listened to with marked
attention. He referred to the gold of Califor
nia. While Col. Finnie was progressing in bis
remarks, tbe $otingrr members stated they un
derstood tbe subject. With this knowledge ex
pressed, Col. Finnie took his seat.
By permission, Mr. Robinson, President of
the Memphis and Little Bock Railroad, ad
dressed the Board. During his remarks be was
interrupted by Mr. Austin, and to settle tbe
whale question a motion was made to lay tha
whole subject.tipou the table, which was" car-J
ried, and tbt Board adjourned.
Ccmmon Law Court.
The following is the list of cases set for
fbioat. jclt jo.
60 Harris vs. Betete; CI Hester vs. Gresve-
non WJBostwick vs. Wallace: 87 Tait vs.
Musse; 116 Caraagin vs. Bradford; 142 Raw
lings vs. Gallagher; 151 M t A vs. Collins; ICS
M i H P R Co vs. Bryant; 165 James vs.
Newell; 187 Conway vs. Ferguson; 200 Baugh
vs. Memphis Insurance Co; 211 Ferguson vs.
Tripp; 214 Mason vs. M &. C It R;244 Bowen
vs. Moorr; 24G Culver vs. Walker; 249 Garvin
vs. Ferguson: 250 Gurrant vs. Tavlor: 263
Marshal vs. Bowen: 280 Gibson vs. Whinnle:
2SI-2 Horton vs. Rice; 283 Hicks vs. M &. O R
n uo; Z34 JJearing vs. Al &. U H li Uo; 288
Kirtland vs. Laatb; 269 Perry vg. Antwine; 290
Decbalavevs. Baiiev: 292 McNeill b. Sledse:
293 White vs. Axtell; 294 Hughes vs. Butler;
295 Siteller vs. Gilmore; 296 Kay vs. Dowell;
297 Nance vs. Walker; 293 Johnson vs. Walk
er; 299 Hector vs. Caldwell; 300 White vs. Ho-
gan; 301 Turnage vs. Hoghet; 302 Winn vs.
luce; juj Armour vs. Kice; 304 Park vs. But
ler; 305 Houston vs. Butler; 31X5 Bernard vs.
Wright &. Co; 307 Cannavan vs. Avre; 303
Park vs. Rice; 309 Houston vs. Rice: 310 Mor
gan vs. Saint; 311 Murphey vs. Leftwicb; 312
Quarles vb. Taylor; 313 Shivers vs. McManus;
ilnvL'21'"ea iWlnBlev; 3J WHinnl. v i-u-.
uocKrnmjwio uavmson vs. Powell; 317 Rice
vs. Benifer; 318 Davidson vs. Hawthorne: 319
Stewart vs. McKeon; 320 M & T R R Co vs,1
uopeiar.u & uo; jsi m & t h k (Jo vs. Haw
thorne; 322 M & O R R Co vs. rlattle; 323
Loekbartvs. Baxter & Rose; 32' Woodson vs.
Redford; 325 Turnage vs. Hutchcraft; 326 Car
dona vs. Madden; 327 Barnard s. Hulbert; 328
Goodman vs. Bankhead; 329 Burgess vs. Fran
sioli; 331 Dogan vs. Hancock; 333 Williamson
vs. Yarbrosgh; 334 Halloway vs. McComb;
335 Bache vs. Brooks.
satcbdat, jult u.
336 McComb s. Bradley; 338 Carmack vs.
Williamson; 339 Bostick vs. Cogswell; 340
Thurstin vs. Brocbus; 341 Jones vs. Phelon;
342 Locke vs. Chandler; 343 James vs. Phe
lon et als; 344 Bank of Memphis vs. Gilliland;
345 Whitney vs. Cavaline; 346 Haskill vs.
Richardson; 347 Bunch vs. Jones; 343 Scott vs.
Walker; 349 Miller vs. Osborne; 350 Newbrick
vs. Newmai.; 351 GriflSog vs. Dailey; 352
Northern Bank vs. Phelon; 353 Jennings vs.
Joiner; 355 Grlstman vs. Coro; 37 Macy vs.
McComb; 35SM!ltoa vs. Barbiere; 359 Burke
vs. Greenlaw; 361 Keel vs. McNamee; 362
Walt vs. Taylor; 363 Gair vs. Mayor and
Aldermen; 364 Scott vs. Wheatley; 365 Stanton
vs. Bradford; 366 Park vs. Copeland; 367
Collins vs. Barbiere; 363 Butler vs. Dixon;369
Cordes vs. M. & S.; 370 Henry vs. Wilkinson;
371 M. &.T. 8. IL Co. vs. Taylor; 372 Farley
vs. Owen; 372 Harris vs. Stephens; 374 Potter
vs. Walker; 375 Clark vs. Peplow; 377 Walt
vs. Hill: 378 M. 4.T. R R. Co. vs. Fowlkes :
380 Wellons vs. Martii.;381 Wright vs. White;
aa- aucKiiey vs. rowel; 333 lcKwen vs.
Williams: 4S4 State of Arnansas vs. Watkins:
354 same vs. Royster; 336 same vs. Shepherd;
387 same rs Mosby; 3SS Nelson vs. Worley;
3S8 James vs. Bnnklev: 390 Kernahan vs.
Cases not disposed of on the day they are
set will be taken up prior oa the following
day. MARCUS J. WRIGHT, Clerk.
"Reduced by Dyspepsia to a mere
cubed Br BonmAYirs hollaxd bitters."
Mr. A. Matcbett, a trader, probably as well
known as any man In Western Pennsylvania,
states as follows : ' I met with a farmer in
Armstrong county who was reduced by Dyi-
pepsia to a mere skeleton ; I persuaded him to
buy a bottle of Bcrhave's Holland Bitters, be
lieving it would cure bim. Meeting him some
months after, what was my astonishment at
findiBg him a hale, hearty man ; be told me be
now tcctgW 200 poundi, and this wonderful
change bad been produced by Bcerbave's Hol
land Bitters, to which be attributed solely
T. L. SKEG-G-S,
Hat removed bit eaUMUbment to
3NTo. 302 ZVXvixa. Stroot,
Oppoittt the Eagle and Enquirer Office,
THERE be will be (lad to tee bll MenCs. ITU
It large and ot toper lor qnalitr. Workmen equal to an?
In tfco Smtfcweal tre vmpto ed In h.s ettablUbment.
OtoikUg Bib leaner at abort cotter. In the Uteat ttjrie
and warranted to St.
Gents' Pnraikhlcg: Ooods and a tares stock of fine
Sblrto on band. 7 L. SEEGGS.
One-third less than tho. Regular Prices.
Sow it Ike tint to mate gour pvreiuet, and eavt ont-
inxra ej you; money.
ItT lock coandies all articles la tbe
Mniie line, Irom .1 Piano dawn to a French
i Beantllnl Parlor Orzani, wai pUt SO tunes each ;
SOO Gsitara, teantitaBr Inlaid with fearls, prices froa
00 TloUnj, French, German and Old Cremonea, prices
xrodTDC 10 souracn;
50 Banjos, double and finale heads, prices from J to $15
600 Accordions, 8, 10 and 1: keys, prices from 2 to $IS
100 Fluttnas, 8 10 and 13 keys, prices from 1 to 120eacb;
1C0 Dnmu, snilr, tenor and cbUdren't priors Uem Too.
to 110 each:
100 Tambonrtno. , 10, 12 and IS Inch, friers from 75c. to
0 Gcltar and Violin Cases, prices I rem I to iteacb:
00 Violin Bows, prices from 25c to (3 each j
SOO Flntrs, 1 to 12 keys, silver lined, prices from 1 U $26
3 sets ot Sax Soros, for Brass Bands, with Mule ar
ranced. Pianos and Dlelodeons at Cost for Cash.
PIA2TO AND GTJITAB MUSIC.
Ccnslitlnt of l tbe very "atest pnWiatloi.il MnIe
Boxes, Flute Canes, Fifes, ! areolets. Clarionets, Violin
and Guitar Strings, ot tbe b st taalltr.
H. B, rrrlons llvlnz at ' distance can, with perfect
tafey, -remit the amount ot money tber wish to lay .nt
in any land ef an Instrument, and I win select to snlt
then, li' not the moaT will be refunded. Se 1 In your
orders It yon want soodBarsalna, a my stock mnst be
dowd out. B. A. BENSOK,
Jcnlt-im If sin street, HemjiU, Teen.
Qr BOXES assorted Pickles;, 4,.
AO SSbcxrs n old C. Brandy; " .
44 wm ifa uit 1 in.t mi.i o-. ... in
to ibe trade by " DOUanlBTT.kATCLeiT,'
,p f Jto, sir root row.
nEPnniiOAK OFFicn. 1
Hendsy Krenlof, July a, 57 $
Wheat, corn and fionr all lnullre; whisky daB; lo-
r.ssu datll oaU ana better qsantles of nmp steady;
Krw Orteaas rrncbts are scarce at 30:. for Our. 40r
for poik, 2ec V tack for corn and wheat, and 20c. V 109
Wheat we notlco no ehaese in demand rr prim;
sales ISO sacks spring at$l: 3Sdoat alOS; 185 mixed
st IV2: lOSdoaiSIU; 63) and (00 Canada eteb at
61 IS; 2t3 red fill at $1 IS ; 125 whl o t$t 35; and 123
doaodOandsTOon private terms. AO lots reportaa
old nor bblum nt
Cons Prices steady but demand dnll. Weqnola 400
bsa vt mixed al etc. o yo low at crc. SIS yenow.
and 3S4 do. tbe latter en board, at TOe . 150 mlx-d white
and 9Gt wbiteat same. 100 TeHswCHlTerrd at same, 490.
while free m board at 7ic, na ira white at 713. per
yLocn Not moo offerlDC, tbusza tales ars fewer.
ewinzie a centltineddall drmand. Sales laelade conn
try brands oHIy. as f Rows : 200 sacks extraattaiS: 103
OMs mw eraue at so so; luuaorsporn'eatsso; sand
70 do at SS: Sfrn.H letor extra at tS12H : 60 ot SS
25; 23 al 850; 50 at tame, aad 28 at tT6(J ? bs-nL
Hay very Htue tM arrtr nt ana suck censldrraoly
redscd ; 23 balrs seM at $1 40, an advance.
Wiitscv Doll it 55 xc. perriilon, wlib sales otorer
boaooenu lots or 24, is, bs, so 100 .m 173.
il lis roitn Krtauisc si ;bn mh.
Salt Gronnd alms reported In food demand, at &l
32 H 9 ssek. 2 003 sacks t M on private terms.
Bacon Sales 4 casks country dear tides al $15K;9
do at etme.ana za 00 prime at use
Tobacco Buyers serra Indlsoient abt pnrcbatlnr.
and toe markefltdoll. Lnrs deetlnlnir, bat manufactories;
qtuHties sretoleraMr film. Sales at tbe State Warr-
bAiue. on F lday, 1 bbd. scrip at SI 26; 12 do Iocs and
loaf 6! 65 IS S5. St $0. 37. S7 89. 7 S5. 4S 5. S3 80 its
sv, Jlieo, (14, ana7 r-Jettw. At the rian-
trr's. rrWy,5 sold at $635, $370, $1060, $1125, aad
MEMPHIS DOMESTIC MARKETS.
BAoaiita asd Bote. ...India Bartlnz 1C411SV ;
tHtttkr Baaainz. 171S for Iland Lao r. and lA2u
for Power Loom; Rope, Hand Spun, 19911c, Xaehise
span, 11 HW vx.
FL0tm....0mam3 and stocks liabt. We aoote Soper
aneat $t76to$7; Extra $950 10 $10.
Wbeat.. ..With IttHral rrenpta for past few day,
prtors are not k firm and tradms eowo We now qatle
$1 ltl 9$ far immediate delivery. Some eoetracts hare
beenaiideftrdeutery by the M.h InsL, at$t ft bnibtt
for iarte lots.
Svoas..... Stocks llfht. with batHttle demand. Fair
!t4 ; Pruae li'i&lZX ; Choice Uh In tots ; barrels S to
Loar axd CacsREO ScsAB....15Viec
CorrEE....ll Kl2Hcfor Fair snd Choice.
CoEX....Esr Corn 70c; In sacks $Sc, aad Retail $1
Po WDER....aIeetecky Rifle ten kef sots and npwaroa,
$6 25; snderten, not less than flee ke;s,$6 60; nndr
arekefs, $6 75; XrntnK Powder, tea kef lots aad co
wards, $4 75; fire kez lots and nswaros. S5; sneer lire
km $5 25.
TEAS....ReUllprteet: Imperial $ 16c $1 60 Tl &;Gnn-
powder$l$160;rosncBysn80Oet$12S, Black tOA
Paorisioxs Danandeonal totspply ; Sides 1 581 5 V:
Shoulders II K$12; Hans 14017c.
Stab Oasdixs.... Advanced to 26 for boxes : halves.
23 to 20, and qaarters SI, with an tjpward teadeecy.
SA3JIKES....WB0ietl nose; uaives, $t 60 7 dozen;
WKArriKo PAPEB...Lsrt-e size, $1 f ressi c
dlnm, 80c; small site, 6O4.
LA&D....6 oct Htnt. weqoeteooisallslo.H, aaa
12oL.iEi Wc for prime is barrels.
HAT.. ..$40? tan.
XoTi....Soft SseU Almonds, 13 to 20c a B; Pecan;
IXDI00....S1 2d to SI DO ft 0.
SAL,T....Ooar.l lotoil 20 In lets; Rrtatl 11 40A
$160; Fine. 16 416 in lets; Koad$176.
LcalBES.... Poplar, $1516; Cypres. $lS4ji2e;
Tellow Fine, SIUgM; Pmr FKrtnr, $37 20; White
Pin, dreesul, $36 $4.
CaACXx&x.... Water, H bbl, $555; Better, $5S 60
Sassr, 12 H tlb; Soda, 14 Boston, 11c
Tobacco.. ..WeneteHlasonrl. CentsckyandTesaes
see, poands and blfnr4o at 2426; Virginia, 6's
and 8's, aood brands, 264te; Virginia, extra brands,
pounds, 4S$60c; and ciwtce and fancy, 50J1 00.
WntJKT Dean's J0Jle. seddail.
ViSEOAB....Appte(pnre)$ 0O6601 bbl.. Mini
factored (pore) $5$5 60.
Cobs .Meal.. ..From wagons past week at $18$! 10.
Bice. .. .By toe tierce 6x7c.; scarce.
SOAPS....ltfmpfcli,5Sg6c; Eastern 7g8t1 2.
Stabch... .Ohio Pearl, -siH.
Macxekal.... Stock li(bt and advanclny, No. 1 In
bbis, $16 60, .S'o. 2 in bbla $12 60913 ; No. 3 (Urge) $11
00812 in bUs; Ko. 3 (small) $9 0010 60.
Elacxiso. .. .Mason's 33 2643 60 -Jl tress.
Woodeii Wabe.... Painted Pails, $2 60$2 654 dot
PaintedTsbs,$tl2KS425 tl nest.
Steei.... .Spring, Iiic; German,16X; Rnetlah Blis
ter, 20e; American Blister, 10c; Cast Steel 25c
COEHAQE.. ..Manilla, 1516c &; Cotton, 25330c
Stoxe WABE....SeHinf at gl5c ?( callon.
SbotAku Lead.. ..Pat shot $2 10C$2 2; Bock, $2
60 ; Bar Lad 8g3 He ; PIC, Se. SnppJy scarce.
IJcATHEB....uoaesuc-.9ois irontn. nmxK in
wiiTEB-i-SOLE, (oak) 423 tie; riarnsss. 40e44c
Hides. ...Stock licht. Dry Flint 13c; for Green 6
6c. i Steep skin, S5g25 fer fine quality.
IbOS.... Tenses Cumberland bar,) 6Xc; Prnnijlvs
nla (Pittoban-h bar,) 5c; Casttegs (hollow ware,) 4
Sc; Machine Castlncs.SKe t a.
rm....I. 0. $12 87, II., $I16ax; Block 4Icts.;
Bar 45 cents.
TO AMOCIATED TREt IIFMEMPEII.
LatoAews from Africa.
NEWTOBXrlBly . Adtlceaiait received from Africa
stale that tba brie Jtaia Grey, formerly of CetriVs
line, bs been seised ol Ibat coast br a Brttllh eralr
(hatred with belie .rnitfrdla Ihe slave trade.
Mart Police Riots In JvowVark.
Kiw Toex, Jnly . Anotbtr riot Jut taken place In
the Eltventh Ward. Tba Metropolitan Police were at
tacked by a' mob and two or three assistants were shot.
Chicago. Jnly 8 The steamer Benin Cut exploded
bar bailers la Aikosb rlvtr, till lnr four and serlon.ly in-
Jorlzs several persons.
Hirer Mews and Markets.
Locisvll-Lr, July 9 Bfvtr 5 lt 4'lscbrs to ttaJ
Cansl Weather cjesr. MercirySS.
Siw Toax, JcSr Cotton, nsrket Cm. Coffee
qnnt. Wbeat, Cam, Xsvsl Stores, Tinow, -lard and
Frelibtt firm. Mrss Pork .Lrxysnt. Beef heavy, na
vans SoisrllQUKs. aolsiscsandStockSdoU. Osmt
10311. SbonldtrstX. OUsdon.-PitlfnSJl
Xzvr Obleaki, Joly 8. Ssles of Cotton to-dty7eo
bales. Prices stlflsr, bot jtotailons gncbasred. Fknr
aentrsOy $6 SO6 76. Com S9SSe ; other arttcUs tn-
Clci.iT. Jo!v8 Ffeor s-2S6 50; Corn U9
tJc. I OaU E09S3J7 Bye $5c 1, Bacon, sbonldoil',V'J
10c ; S drs I2e ; TJeted 0 1 1 2c
imiltiixt, panes; fa.
SCHOOLGT'S P.trnt klrl(raurs ('be best la nse)
ot every virlt, tor aale at Manufaetnrrr's nrius.
oy mjiv atcskififtj&x ia.
T KBM1S' Pstest Comoiaittoa of Shower Bath and
wasastano. juso, HarnrooeooowrrDs.a,ieraaieai
rajio itctwHEi aiH3.
IEO. FLAHERTY &BRO.
ARE tdltoxoot, with-
ont reterve lbelr stock of i
? 000. consutinxot ri-n n m
aKOS from ibe most cel
ebrated mskars. snch as Chlckerica&Soas; Famttnre.
from a KUtcbtn Table to 11 met elaborately carved
Rosewood Stts In Broratelle and PI cub.
Cartnts. Cortalns. Floor Oil Cloth, Mattresses. LookUt
Glasses. Ottomsn F smes. prepsrrd for emtrttd red cov
ers. Once Fnrnitnre, Rrfrtneratort and Shower Baths.
Sash et every variety ; Sialrs, Xewrls and Banisters
600 on band at all times. Dialers Tliltlnj our city are
Invited to examine onr stock.
Pianos toned and repaired Iry a Professor ot lone expe
Ware Rooms corner Main aad eclen streets, Memphis
PIANO FOBTE, FUHNITUHE,
Carpet and Curtain Rooms.
PIANOS Of A A 0 si
lk Cj , Uzbtr, Nrwtoc is
1 Braa&nry; Kotewooo, aia.
1 horaay and Walnct Parlor -
and Bed Room Fornitnr-. Sofas, Dlvsni, Bnreans, Ward
robes, Secretaries, Cottsze Ma-bio Top Bed RoomSnilf,
and a laree assortment of Common Fnrnttnre.
Sprint, Ilslr, Moss, Cetton ana snnet Mattresses maae
Io order OH Csrpettnz. from tbtee U elchteen feet
Ide ; Taprstxy. Emit Is and Oommon Carprts. Trans
parent Shades and Certains. Ouprts, Certains and Cor-
nlses. msde by an experMnom uenoisterer. tjoottnc
Olass and PIctnre Frsaw made to order- Piano tnaW,
and all kinds of Musical Instruments repaired by expe
rienced workmen. n. M. GR03VEXOR,
Main street, between Madison and Monroe.
Insolvent N otice,
Cretjitors of Geo. Mossburg, detyd
HAVIbir entrftd be Insolvency of the ettartT
Oeorxe Moi-barr. drcM. in it. Gosstr OourtfoT
Ttflrd to file tSir cUrtas la the Cjrk's oflee of ssKIConrt
on or befora lb 1st October next, for payment prt- rata.
J. TVCaUSK, Admuutrater.
FARMER. JVNB KECHAN1C,
L. P.VltLUas,l Dr.stlX Uoitsts, t T.nru, 1 Associate
Ililtor. f (X. U J CA5H01I, W.Tcniu JCd.Ura.
VOU II. tfAS'HVlLLr, JITI.T, IBS7. NO
All Ultcrt to It-edirtueS to L. P. Williams,
AVERT desirable artieSe for breakhsr lee, for sale at
mylO McCIKKET It CO'S.
IXTT-FIVE pieces Canton Matting., 4-4, 6-4 a-d 6-4
myiO MeXTNNET it CCS.
. OnEBBT, T. B. MOLLOT....
.JC. n HA I EE,
Memphis Life and General Insurance Ctmp'y.
(LATE C. W. CTIERRr fi CO )
Ezohango and Bank Uoto List.
NewTork Exchange. UisI prem
New Orleans parl prem
St. Lonla " SHI prem
Cincinnati " Kf Kprea
LoslsvClo " : am Hvrtm
GoM Hl prem
Silver 1 4jb2 prem
Land Warrants. bticb t price.
Lonltltna BankX tes .......parfjt Xpreso
Northern " " pard Hprrm
AH nncsrrent monov bonabt and aoM Arkansas
Swamp Land Scrip bosabt and seM. rayl
Damaged Goods Cheap !
WE are now Coilnj out tbe Valaaco ( oar sleek,
saved from fire at remarkably low prices. CWth
Inx, Dry Gwll.Bootl, Shoes, Notions, ttc CaB soen,
they mnst be e ltd.
GRIESSMAKK tc UOFFMAK.
No. CB Frost Row.
N.B. Conntry Merchants and River Trader woald do
well to rxaalae oar stock, aa v.e wish to dew oat
Terms fsvorasfe. G. i. n.
- tuk.soMmr has come, at fau.
wots; rjBil no uoe upon tho arm and
FALL rL.AMTAIIU.N, and lu the oaboiit, and
WOBX. skt tbleworkprorltabr. It .boon bo w
dor. TtUTEXMEtlEEFaBUta ABO III
CHASietts-fieedeseryi oath wuh jost inch
puta, pttottcal aad rttubl Inform. tkm a
wsamtiertaHyaiint In ace.3ipil.biBt tbts
end iLwal beionad woith ten time tbe
- . . , ssbteiptloa monty to rrerypirson enfaxed
in 1 bom veespations.
Svery Frwr la the Southwest wotld end
S05TIT- this jMtBslabenesitohlaoot-3oor labors.
WIST.' as Ibe aitletet art p-rpar d with a direct
refereaetHa 1LU 1st tad iM lis t rudoctlons
, Ilvtaf tbt matt s uore.st al methods of CcHt-
vsIMB, barvettls; an pfeparaista lor mat
I. r Tstsjesroai so a ianre octavo, contatnin-
be Mrs advrt(emeoit. li oanuiat anna-
aity BMre- (asm six hnadnd .attractive an
es, attt aad evny a of wolcb, srt vaM
aWe aad tsuerettm to Ibe farmer, or aso-
caantt. i.ts nsntrt possiow tiut aar w
T ABOR Wht9-r PARMRH, rLAfiTKR. GARDEN.
Xj SATED BR, PRBlT-GROWltlt STUCE-KAISkR.
or tM cvltitaTOB or only a tillage
. LOT skill mi a Joaroal of tbi Cbaracter
wtthaat oaisialac Uformation that wtaw
r ratter h a knur more prodiabH.
Farasero of tea exprad from $200 to $2000
. a yea', la plvwlaj aowlnc, cattlratlnf aad
"! fOKBT bttvrtttxtt. asM then attrmpt Io live two
ATX MADE sonars ay objiihb to sspNr theoselvrs
with a Jaaraai devoted to lbelr 01c a ieter
t4 ai lale-oiBtT them ot the sactessfal
atevhoas ot caxryiai on xunllar opersUona
paxsatm y osaert.
COr TOM PLANTERS 'rB flad tretUset
ana the ewtrvatKa ot OUton. embrsctae
COTTON' tba watts tattmt and trettlai tt in the nwst
riILD laprtogb tataaor; these r I loses cannot rtB
oortb store tn.n itietaHcitatsso prtee,
ta every aatoa toaaeeted wltb catlea xrow
lac. Try R oat year, and see If we art mtt-
TOBACCO PLANTS RS, are likewise re-
TOBAC- mtnibeiid. The ariselta that have appeared
cojo. m t Fabueb abd Mecuabic, sipea this
sotaeot. a v L-en o( tbe moit practical and
MiWaetaty cbaracter, and we ibaH five
baatjftau suore ot tae asm tott. Try It ami
see U tMaitBotbeaeailed more than two
atOCS. RAISERS will Had IMs Joarnal
TalaiMo aaxUMarv t 1 heir eperstteai, st tbe
wtnso oabsect h tktrosgbty cHscssord la lit
atari; itotog fall sad explt dheettsat m
rtwtra tabneetse. raiting and care tt all
ksaas M dowrttto animals.
Taa "TexaxASEE Siocx Reoisteb,1
Is a aaw ss. lore, and has al ready added mac
STOCK psratiisry to tbtt Joarnal. Tn ptH-reei of
aECOBD a'l tko most vtlai see aBimal in tat Slate win
sot-aria tats detartmeot ot the Fabmeb
MICHA.NICS nterrsls. are rinreially at
tiattrt to, aad aH tbe Improvements of the
way, f any boom
Btfaaiaattla tesallraUylirotlrslel with
HbwBAt last at animals, frail, machinery,
Wt teveoacMjd tti assistance of hlrbly
nsnsstltot aad iracucal associate ESI
TO as, la both E itt aad Writ TeBaessee, who
will far at a artrcet adspted to those Dtt-
trlett. Other Coras p- n-icots in sU pans of
the State aad tax Soatbwett, wUI f traltb for
oar calaara Tsiaabtt aad lastroetivt am-
To ant taw Farmer and Moeaaaie fr
ear, Is It oal; otetstsry to send two doe-
labs with yo3r aaae. Pott HBoo and State,
assl It will came by rttarn mall.
Direct to L. P. W1LUAMS,
CLUB TXsUIS Sixef4s$t0i Ttseoalef
$16; always a advance Ail sabstrtptfent
dose with tat ttsae tor wbtch they are paid.
Tae Jary Bomber 0 :b FARMER AND MKCHAXtC,
It a fair saertBsta of oaca aarabcr of tbe Voteme It tt
beanMfaHy lalo.Ualed wuhrnnannts aad eaatatat tbe
bettSooay eerr wrttiea aata tb- Caliar ot Mm Srast ;
al, s pretiel artkt- oeoe tbe coeaiructfeg of HU1
Sste D tchet. Ib ikts aaatber wMl be roaad a4w, a sr. at
nan? other arttctot naoa tbe oser attoas of tbe PlaBialioa
aad Sbos. eacsi oaeof which it wotth tbe sawtorlataea
prieoforayear. SaWenploBcaacaeBmeBce with the
Jaty natata-r, at $C a jear, or $1 for tlx saoatbs.
Sj-JU1B.N aaastert seatbRATIS. a,B. appiteatiaa.
Back Bambert farslobed iruta Jacaaiy
T7t XI I
LEA & PEREINS'
ot a Lett-r from a
OANNOissnnns. 3 I Memcaiueaueciaa
to nis BaoinsR
'Only Good Sauce,' rsSq wobcexteb,msv,'5!
I "Tell LEA i PRR-
- m - .writ
lii.-,-STi-'JSAU(jt; u Bicuy ca-
TO BE TOR
ABD Af'LICABLE TO
EVERT VARIETY 1-g
ll my opinion the most
ptlatab as well as tbe
t most wbolcome Saace
'.bat Is made.
GLASJ....rrench Window, 8x10, $2 60; 10x12. $275 T
box 50 feet. PittsborchSxlO, $260T)box; 10x12, $373.
lAILS....r.4,25 to $450-jt kec, according toquaUty for
Kaateo and Wheelis.
LIHSEED OlL....$UEKg$l 15 per W.I.; Lard Oil $11
Train Oil 16 tt28c
WlTiTE L1AD....7 to8X Wholesale, snd 8 to SK Re
tail; R dLead8K to 9c
Wall Pater. ...The stock Is moderate, and compri
ses every variety ot style and price; demand active, at
I0c$3 60 roll ot 1 yards, as in quality and price.
Chicseb 2640c; Rati Ur20c; Tcrkeys fOc(S
75c; Bntler 25030c B.
BROOM. .. .Fancy, $3gl 60; Comacn, $1252 75 V
Black PErrEB.... We qcote at lie 1 , with small
snppty an aemana.
LIXE....$I 10$1 25 f barrel.
Seeds.. ..We qcote dover at $10 bashei; Nee
grass $260; timothy $49$; beraezraas $260(360;
mnikeet, $3 60; orchard $2.
Stock Market. ..The sapyly Is greater than taedo-
manci,and wt qnote goud Dcewa at & to Oc.: Megs 6 to 6c.;
Sbeep $160lo $3.
Memphis Dank .tote aad Exchan-e List.
fCOBKECTED BT UIBrRll EZCI1ABOE BBOKERJ.
Union Bank ot Tennessee and Branches par
Planters' Bank of Tennessee and Branches par
Clllxens' Bank ana urancses ...par
Commercial Bank .par
Bontbern Bank par
Banc of westTennnsee, at aierapats.. par
Bank of Memphis psr
Bank of America, at csirkivtfle par
Lawrencebnrg Bank......... ..... par
Exchange Bank par
Bank of Chattanooga par
Ocoee Bank ........par
AgrtcnUnral Bank t par
Merchant's Bank '. par
Bank ot Middle Tennessee ...................2 tls
Bank of Claiborne .2 dis
Bank of RnoxvWe..... ..par
Bank of Tatewell par
Bank Dandridgt ...2dls
Farmers' Bank ot Tennessee ........par
North Carolina.... .......2 dis
Sooth Carolina and Georgia par
CentBCty, Ohio andlndlsna par
Northern Bsnk ct Mississippi par
Commercial Bank, Manchester, Miss pal
MLts. Mutnsi Insurance Co., at Aberdeen pa?
" " " - at Columbus par
New Tork X to 1 H prem
New Orleans ..k to H nrem
Louisville and Clnclnnitl M to !( preg
St. Louis XtoK prem
Americas GoM.... K&l
American Silver Sal prem
Arkassaa Scrip S0$1 00
40 acre $35 00 1 124 acres 100
S3 " 70 00 1 160 " 140
The enly Medal awarded by tbe Jnry of the New Tork
Exhibition for Foreign Ranee. wa obtained by LEA tt
PERRINS for their WORCESTERSniRB SAUCE, tbe
world wide tame of which having led to nnmeroas imita
tions, parchasers are earneatlr reqnestrd to see that tbe
amea of "LEA i PZ.RRIKS" are Impressed upon the
Bottle and Stopper, and printed span tbe labels.
Sole Wholesale Agent for Ibe United States.
John Duncan & Sons,
-405 BROADTe"AY;jf. Y.
7&ck always In tore. Also, order txajSV for . "
A Good Farm for Sale.
THE SUBICRIBRRttsert for sate ait
Farm ia Farttte caaatr, Teas The
laad is in a tae stat tt csUttTatiaa,
aad wol adapted to tbeg-awth of eal
toa and cot at, with a large woodld
ptttrr. welt limbcrid.tnd caaveBlrat-
ly arranged with apreaty ot a lock water.
Tbe iraprovemetta coasttt of aa exeesknt tw--stary
frame dw.inog. nearly new, with ixrM pantiles,
wsidrx.be, jic , BntssMd ia the best style, brick kiscata.
Ice boo-. a gro cabins, aad, ! deed, evsry neetasarr oal-
aonte. xia-oonse, a m, ac 09 tar ra-m are several
orcaarw, aaM IBs orae at lseresialesce, etpeelaly. has a
choice varKtJ of frnit ree', evergreeas aad sbrabeerr
wen arranged Tbe farm lit tta asSr west ot Soaer
ville, ia a good Brttatwi hood tad coafeaieet to Kanolt.
TbMwiihivuparehasoadeottakt pUt. wtnd do
well toVo kat ibe pr mites. The avertMr, ia my ab
sence) will give tae sire4 infer aatlea.
A tra-tot land la Crltteadoa eatniy, Aik., aboat fear
mOe west ot Marsaa, twar Ibe WUstamt' piac, etataia
lag nearly 3 ac e thtrlj-tw, acta Oared ordtaury
ImprovrmeaM. A good stream ia oaorvel Tae laawl It
saM to be exeeaVal. BU RATNKR
Jaly 4. 1867. J7-wlE3
J. L. T A Vl, OR,
IS ! 31aln St., 3TemphiSy
KEAH THE "WOBSHASt HOUSE,
WrtOlIJALE ABS BXATAIL DEALER 1st
STAPLE ASD FAXtT DRY GOODS,
CTXjO'X t- i TTSTO,
Hats, Boots, Shoes, Saddlery,
FINE VIRGINIA TOBACCO, tc.
Merchants, Planters snd Close Buyers
Generally, are respectfaHr lnvttad to call.
THF roBowlnt Seasonabte GaiU tn now ctTtred fer
SWISS MUSLINS, Striped, PfoM aa4 pfefn,
JACCONET " " " "
CAMBRICS, Mall, Book, VIetorisi;
NAI .S00K3, Plata ana ftottt.
BRILLI AN TINES, Flj'd, StrttwcJ aad PrtMatt.
Printed Jaconet Is,
2.00O yards Lawns, 1 to no cts.
SaOOO ' liest American and
AOO vards siiperiorlllacU SULg'
icu suit aaa ueraire iioues ana
aura . v . a j
Striped und riaid Foulards.
Eat BKU I DBS BO SWIM,
7tI';tftriStaW?Sf f-wiaBit.i:r ..-ar,.re,, -gr ;.rjT.-- tHTVaMi tsT-lim iTj'
beaVm dam mum,
AC fX BlCKaf s COrXTT, TXNX
OX a very bran1"- t. Nswti eaok of pare and
tea water, la a Jetwelysb.tbrt liae tk re ike
pore aad tt " - aaAtMwaMr- eaaal If not sape-
nar s ay ia4a "as.aaitaB rar wpaar saritHK,
aadtsfcttasi taa4auf , oPtllb.le tat teveral of 10
pareti and eo-lui Fit att aa tae wtM. takasT a 1
1 sua ta loaettr, it am M 11 it by eoetpe-roi j-tf-t (..
be u eg akr veil wwlersntT teae io lUd
iau. attaver aatta'"!' allw-rt of bvb.
lo.-ir frata r a gal . acaaiy aaut taraataw aad e att
.u.b. ratf snvi i TVnwa., aaoM tfctrty f r. m
Ftr.yvtaKoa tatrf- aa-to aaMa-.) -i.v tree : JS-jjaaT
U-. Dune arf-W riWSs. VrbeeO V M8 aasaa
ammg froa. Jata m. Ka.rSe was. at,o
btUtn4aiia(lkovt- ssMetbl Bear b Jfd
tae boot tt Prt toy Viw and Bt'hM latbi,
hkat pa Alley. Mat at .ay .K Eo t r tier law.
attttt aad plea are. laetOtdtraa a ava aekm er
BtetaeBlulv aad itaaucttm V -aassavd to vtstt that Btaee
V rater sMaa tae at. V Jaarta-K ev.Dea 8
For Xexv Orleaag.
u Tnk xpsrtta'r .
BBW IliMUX, I
Master, -aval aaoae r .. JAI
at lb attataatf. leav.ng y
tac arrieol at t ea. , ta tae fiaiowing
M o . Ml F. vStJafcr, Ml S FVC4W4L
Coi. R. 0 Uor t-l Be aartwttc, wa Bar Tiaftew
Beater Bata. Uar abiratt wglt
..... - a ar
Htneoyaaettue aavlOaS reaay otOalamblt tya
itiM-eSattM. ANs taeee batmrrd pert . b
imiawt tasstaaa.saael. taat better IteMttt 7'
bear we ar feat. Wt attet rwiectla by ravste. tuMf
ei-BMt taact y at Misnbls tad 'bHay roeafy, Veat
Tti.ta.iaee Xtetk it at-1 sspn aT Sana AMaaata ta vfc.it
n-ae-r Pew., a- wa. ate attesaaaaed to iry aad ,feas an
wBavtt.taa. wo aro aww teawy lor Twttoi
BA8LET tt C6.
wader ta taaeavtsai a at Mr. JaaaE. Ceakr.
ThU beat is fori ured ia tbelotet a 1 n --
tly, with a.l tbe asvtat. Issaem.n a, ..
stei iavl ' f rswdki toy W,itu
jteamer Tho irav liatt paatac Sfttv rest at-ev-ry
rsm W. wmtat- saaoVayibe prt i,f ttK-1 ,
ate. e io law ' ahwrt a-l eosaetastaee or p .-.
Far pat- ?J a ar to ike asr -t.
jodm 1 AVBLLirTrsi, smn. n & on.
nrick Warehouse for Rent.
THK fttw arvtk Wan a. est sw catarr at
Jsrat saw tae taataag seaaoa.
naoaanl.s. Aaaii to
roaH-dVat WV. VttrrtN'
BLA0C MIX LICK; EMBROIIaatD Santas.
HOOF, BRILLIANT?, OB ASS. WaEKX, SMBfB, As.
Blaek aaa Bsaak aad While Prists aaal Lawatl
BlaU Satia Sittaed Greaadia tuntaaitatt
SMk Warp Aratta Ear age ;
Crape Cetlart, Sets, Blacx Kobe.
Blark, Btaa aad White.
BAJOC'S uataaaMd Kid Cloves.
nivT, wjct-rTTarii-i mxj ,
Collar, Sleeves, S-ts. Btea,
at an ilea, sag inertsB-t.
BanaU. Faoasot, HtDftsrcatals, SeSe.
Fine Back and Faaey Fiestb Ottlw at Beataeatt' aad
other make ;
Fine 6-4 aad H Black aad Fancy BMtkbM, Stcaesta' aad
Saper Sails XaieaksB aad Vote Twtttg ;
Bnx wwte taa raaey jsaragae - oa;
Black French Drap IVElel
Drab. Blae and t4 Albertae Caatlag;
Brawn. Grey aad Faecy Sasaaaer Ulotb ;
Kanseaet Satstea, Bif aad Faacy 0 lif gi
erowa, TriMtr aad Ld Ltaea Oaasags;
Bletcard aad Brown Drfctaa aad tVotktt
Tork tnd Alakapat DrMs, Xsakeeets, Alc
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, UMBRELLAS,
PARASOLS, TRUNKS, CARPET 1AGS.
men and Yonlbs' & Fnrnhbin; Goods
Sleeks, Mint. Xtt aatett.
Oollats, " Binates,
BraaMet, H tat nis all.
SALVATION, YB AFFLICTED I
"W. A. GLIDD0XT,
SUT7A piicha nm uumicnim,
JfO. 1 KAAJ"S Cll4Oa.
sa she tMt Kmr yaaaa, I .
t vr tar titsag a
antttix tallvi at If lilt wtta-
aaw iimr aawaatad taaa
41 ewrtag tat waeat forat af sHettM
keatee. fraisi, a-da-tvattst ar aaatsa
tataaced to 1 aa. , .ap.llar inbsans saw Ta
illtataill far Fr.latttat, BbeaDrtrr Brtait tsaf
tar t4 varkaaakaawa. .ttTiaaltl La at aaa
to al dirt t shaart, I oa tassrv prtrasi to
Hsat, avtstt ta airaap ! aaask st Jtjtr Tavk
ast Falttaaltblt Tae raiwla( tittlavttlas, itsitg
I. ttwtaaattraaawaw, atra etlfe tBat aa taetTtsor
J, KrX, IwaaSMtoal by Wat. A. tHJaMir vMkaae
of attTntu. Vt ! a wtan aa aaa I aaaaw raa-
v yaara. It at aaw ttiaial mulla
iaee I bate tort oB iisitag lb lnatusraaua. aad aaftr 1
batw tatatoaeed as retaara of ttocaaaapBt. 1 tantHigi
Xr. 8tmao a 1 Trau-atw-r to ta rtinn
asty at iaj-aa, tt Wig 1 1 lat be as I111I all MttaatBs-t
altrurHK. Atayaat S8, ItMa.
JEW ORLEANS, JfE.TFPfleS &. CUM.
nnt.FAST- --.Viu. WBay, Xtawter.
ft LIATFS AS FOliOWI fK.T lb.
sajeX jruL B laaa-a.
raavat) TBir LaTA-rw.
Xrw d-aaa . .v -.-v ' - -'aaa aV r.
'rt ay x, T r aa.
oaf . a, ib st.
hay Ja,a M.
laatway ..-yaaa ss, 8 .
-furwitj My S r it.
tiMf . Jeto a, a r. st.
F.aiaJ fa. " , r. St.
, at.irr J- " ".B .
,. Bar....... SB, . M.
.... 1 aasX"---r . i.
aV tvtit..... - M,a p. st.
i Hita TB sy a r agist.
Twtisaa,..-..eV3tfc fc r. t.
b.. w HI s a.
...Wsf- MTft ar
.- 3ssap M, r at.
...,8 r. st.
vttaay a, ..
y 1 r. m.
tttataaay " X KB it.
Mm tip " tt tt.
Maw gains. ln
L . ta
tba -to, - n, r.
LAV AL Bryft, xeBUsXltr i Or)
HEUV1.&K TUESDAY FACKlvT.
For Cir autj St. LoiiaK.
IgtrrOK VanU Braatw, Obft i Baab. Bsktaa, Orrt.
WIT.'. na ssatbto aaBBBBT TCsto.
PAT APTBMKgi, a trttai. tar
!l 'Vmtp C-trm tad SI.
taU at I 1
aad at St I. -eta wrtb
Itoi;ruvt) and Tucxlkc BllrMd
1U iaTtiinf, i. at 1 atifcaj
clock r X.
9k Ma-! umtmtn I
WWT litrtBgfML aft 4
JlefiiplisS, Vtk4t RiTer aM
TJ. S. XAIL PACS3W,
aWtSMaavtfa.arlto A T Tagtoa r.bi i,l .r
r. Xataai M)ical rtcara. I caM s 3cr Wli. A I
eHJttwitai, aad bad a Traas tt. tt tor toe aad attsd. I
acr eatewa aa latnaaai Hrraia tbw gtmsaiat w trj b)j . tt .
srd at Aaril, tars aaiel I sarw aettT avvrir perfectly "nrun, ;risri ruiui,
aareat. Jfy age at tblrvy ,air, ana cm pat at tbat or 1 ctp iflr-l, vr a . xaaMt ta
tottra baatorr 1 ran oartl.lrj tvcetBsa-ad xr BLIU- j A r. A.al A. fl It. A It. ,
IMtV il wt. a, hn errtai. i.lal .aiin- 1
at) with atteat. fHtgaiat) CLASS BABSttK.
MrsiFvat. Jatraary i. WBT. toal4-datrV
ScsWfHS fer Bags Aetellskctl.
a aaw safartassac ia Jfeanba a
f -r tb deotiatUta aad arevea'ioa ar
tkat as apotatioa m barateigael sbw ai aa-
gataara y at aa mt a aaasber of ear. 'A aat tb
grtaaUanakii toibBawledty og ta- aataciitx. .
Vbar tail.ilala r wt br- la'nttpi. o a.c all ai y, aad
tbr- antaasat f bakar r-aaute to pa'.tiaa r op. ia a later
an tat aia latitat at tatna- to taos wb atap avail ta-ta-atto-
of at as, pi tt above any atat -utctv-ptaay
I.OOKING-GLASS & GIIiT PBAHE
JVI:J3l3S2 L-JJL-VCa- C 'X- f i-iEK .
OLD Frtmes re-gllded. Looking Glat-et re-a live red lit
new All work wtrrtnt4. Oil Palnllngt tnd Pic
tsreton band for tale, Waaclngten street, beiowTbeatrr.
OSXABTJBGS.Cotun Tains. Jeans and Llniejs, male
at tbe Mempbis Cotton Hills, andot tbe bestqaallty.
We bave taken tbe agancy for Ibe sal of tbese go!,
and solicit orders from dealers generally. We hale now
on band a toll supply. GRAIIAV a. nil.l ,
my 1 0-3m Xa. 9 Front Bnw.
SA, RASA WAT, oa tae Mb ieat , from my pee,
twat,-two mile btjw Mrmpbis :
A WILLI Alt M year old, abaat i t et laebet
a.'-!gn, igb la poeads, very qakk tpokeo aad H
QBlaltivr, dark oeeapirti-aB.
JOOX.ve , dart ahoal 5 feet lBcbe btgb, weiga
IS ponnds. ralh-r stow setten.
Jl, tl-oo 6 feet S locbt, wrifbs It poaaas, rttber
dark oomptcxtoaed, aad ajaiek spoken
Tbe abov aegroe raa away on accsnat of being told,
(trabkb wa ket a fact )
Too above reward wi'lbeptM oa dtHterr tome, or In
JtS st MrrapfcU or Uario.
r. m T J -v i., .J I Tl
ALIKELT JtULATTO GIRL, srd tblrleen .-rears
sold f or no f tmt. Price $1M0. Arpirto
E. G SEWAU,
tnnlC-Kwaw3t mHri west of Garmanti'wn.
M Cost Tor Casli:
SPRING AND SUMMER
To avoid carrying over tbe season, we have determined to
FOB CASH ONLY,
Onr STJHUIR STOCK consisting ot tit molt
FASHIONABLE & DESIRABLE GOODS,
purchased express! j f or tbe City and Conntry retail trade.
It yon want
Far tbe next
CALL AT 235 MAIN STREET,
and examine onr Stock and Pricrt. Our assortment and
stock is infrrterto sane In tbemsrket. Allyon tbat want
cbeap BARGAINS, now it yonr Urn to savt 23 per cent.
J"' Fopo tts Brow.
FOR It EXT.
THE Latb 1IUI and Fixtures. oIH tbe 1st ot
January, lEoS. Apply to
"K-Jt. I AKIU3,
Jat23 lw Receiver.
B. C. FLOCKXOT.. J. T. TABBELLT.
FLOOnXOY ti FARKELZaT
ATTORNATS AT LAW. Vempblt. Tennessee. Oflce,
Second street, Bljtbe BollJISJ, Xorlkrsit caraer of
Court Square ' Jttt-dly
It. H. POTTER,
ifaln-rt.. 3d dooa north Wortbas nase.
f CASH QitrU, Kennet Ale;
XJ J 00
Money for Great Bargains
POPE & BEOS.,
335 main Street. Mcmpliis.
W bar determined to reduce our large stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS,
BT OrrXBIBO THEM AT
Vory U.odixco3. 2?rioos
STtiLEK fruffl tbe tnatcrtber living In Tipton cesnty,
Tein., oa Jane 91, 1867, oae Httbt ebetaat sorati
ilire. tare year old, Bfteaa band btgb. milked wltb
tbe collar, btviag tmtll kaett on tbe aalsid of each bind
lex, aboot bait way between ibe bock and an ! Joinlt
Sbe wai taken away by Leal Allied be also took a pad
dle and brMI a cvaraioa Spaattb riddle, omtwbat
warn, wltb a nw red glrtb. Said AHred la about 2g
veartof age S feei Cor8 iacae bigb.atMaTiaze,litbt
htlr. larg btae eyes, stoop snotddered; bas on bis left
arm tbe letters L A., pat on with Mae lak, bttew tie
I will giv tMsy dollars tor tbe man and bora, or
twenty-five dollar tor etth-r of tbem, IT delivered to me,
or wanted to tbat I can get tbim.
Jol-wtl G 31. FAGAX
Wbee taad t
I wbit In tbe
life bave seary ran oat diseavered
East ladies, a certain core for Ootani-
oroDcnit.t, uosgnt, twot, aBd Henrvai
remedy wa daseaaend bv him a be Ma
dasgbter, was given nn to die. II aad
heard ranch or tar wurd?rfol rettarallve and betitaf
tiaalitte of preparation, made from lb- Kaat India Iletaa.
aad tbe tboatbt occarred to bim tbat be ralgbt make
remedy it- hit ehud. H ttnded bsrd aad saccetrd is
retJltlBgblawttbet. Hi child wt cared, aad It now
alive aad well. He bat since dmlailrred U wonderful
remedy to thousands ot inarms la alt parts of tbe world,
and be bas never failed in mating tbea completely
healthy and happy. Wlabia to do tt mncb f d a p
sib, h wU seed to toch of Mr aAotted fetlow. belag at
rrqaest It. this recipe, with fall and exp tcft direc loss
for mskiag K ap, ad saocettf ally sting tc II reciBirr
each ipaiieant to enclose bin. oae shilling three cent to
be retaraed as postage on the recipe, aad the teasaiader to
be applied to the payment of this advertitemeet.
Adrsr, Db. H. JAMES.
S 19 Graod street, Jersey OKy, N. J.
X. B. Dr. H. Jane, aat Eei'ber eeBee nor acest
Kew Tork, a- saae have prrteaded and advertised
zee lexrpe t seat rroat ko place But X. 19 Grand
street. Jersey city, 3t. Jersey.
BBLS. Smllh't tcprrior FlUtburgh Ale ; by
H. H. POTTER,
Utin St., 3d doir north Worsbam Hease.
Acclimated House Servants for Sale.
, A CITIZEN', who Is about to ditrmtinae boute
V3 keeping aod kave Vrmpbit t Sort far sale, FO0U
LIKJSLT KKGB0E3. A stint WOMAN aboal 33
T" of age, with two torlghtly Ctlstreo- ene
about five year and tbe other IS month. Tb Wo
man Is an A J'o 1 Cook, Wasber, Ironer. aad gen
eral House Servant, and a good band In tb garden,
The Boris about It tears old. and bit bees accattomed
to boost and garden work, attending to hones, ea art, &c
Persons desirous ot purchasing would d vreH to call
Immediately on CLEATE3 & GCT0X.
jflml V J JLl iM S a
Mourning Mantle t '
White Silk, and Laceantles,
Rlack Silk and Lace Mantles.
Fancy Silk and Lace Maiitlcs.
For sal Very low by
CT. Xa. TiVIiOK.,
Jus204awlm Ualn-tt., near WortblaJIiras.
WHITE SDLPIIUR SPRINGS,
Morgan County, Ala.
THIS popular Watering-place, t United In tbe most
beautiful, healthy tnd romantic part of Korth Ala
bama, and upon which over $15,000 have been spent bj
it former proprietor. Is now rpen far tae reception of
visitors, lb flnemedicinsl qualities of 1' White and
Black Sulphur, Cbaljbeate, Iodine and F'eesttna Springs
are well known, al they bare rest red to health a number
ot persons afflicted with Ctronle Diarrhea, Drspepsla,
malignant Sots Eye, Rheumatism and Scrofulous Erp
tlocs. Those 'oud of sport will find Co tec abounding In ah,
and plenty of doer aud other game In tbe neighboring
arery effort will bo made to amnte tb young and gty,
cl to max tbe hours spent at Talhermbso to " memory
Comfortable hicks run constantly between HuntsvlH
and Decatur and the Springs. Tb steamer Jcficrson,
Capt. Splller, will also leave Decatur every Wednesday
morning, at S o'clock, for Bowers' Lsndlng, IX miles
from the Spilngs, where passenrert arrive to dinner.
By the, Dty $1 "5
By tbt slngla Week 8 CO
t3A dednetien try the month or asoa.
JEAJJ J03. GIERS.
Talhemoso, Sit., July 1, lS57.-lu3.4t
Eslray, Shelby County.
TAtKK up, by airs. Sarab Ptryetr, on ibe 19th day of
June, 1S17, on son el horse over two yrirs oM,
Wsxe f see, left bind root white, collar mark oa right
shoulder, few wblte hairs in mane and tall. Hrt. For
year r.ldes In the Sixth ClvU District, ont mil souta of
ainn31-3t . A. 3. THOMAS, Ranger.
"O. nnn B,JSHELS White Corn,, aa extra artldt,
UUU for til ty
? FLO0BKOT, COOFER & LEAKS,
JcJ-lw im txab ttreeU
To iflcclianics and Builders.
SEALED prtporali win ty received br tbe nu-
drralened at Dnnat-tn. I hlrVtta.rrnt. ui,.
VJ until tbt ISth of July, 1SS7. for tbe building
LLa ntw Brick Court nuse. at lloustcn. Mlsa.
plan aud spedfieatl.nsot taUbuHdrag msy be seen
tbe Probtte Clerk's edc or tsld counlr. at Houttan
lie contract for titd building It well worth tbe attention
01 uricc Masons, carpenters and Ballderi.
B. G. STEELE,
A. II. TATLOR,
J. A. ORR,
3. K. THGSIPSOS",
JnnU-w4w L. W. GALBRAaTH.
BT virtue of a Deed of Trust, extctrrd to me by R F.
Looney, and duly recorded In the Register'! oflce of
Sb.lby county, Tennessee, on tbe llth day of August,
1S5S, to secure the payment of certain nte therein
nimed, I win sell cn SATURDAY-, tbe llth day of Jnly,
1857, it ray Auction Rooms, Xo. SSI Main street, to tbe
highest bidder tor Cash. Lota No. ion, 101. 74, 75 aed 76,
and parts ot Lota 99, 151, 152, 127, 123, 147, 179 aod ISO,
or no much thereof at may be ntctstary to tttlsfy tsld
Treat Deed. The above mention- d Lots are a part of
wbatl laownas -'t planet tbeextenilcnof the North
ern parot the Cityot Memphis, througb tbe property of
W. B. Greenlaw &. Co , J. I- Saffarrtns tt Co , E. T
steel, R. F. Loocey and others,. Survey made by If. A.
Earr, April 185C."
The title to this property Is believed to be good, but I
CMivry as Trustee only. Tbe right of redemption Is
vralved. G. B. LOCstK, Trustee.
REMEMBER tbat DeSHOXG'S It tbe place If yon
wish to get the best stylo of PICTURE. Bit
surpass all others In richness ot tone, vkirmthof expres
sion, completeness of detail, and boldness ot tenure.
For durability then Is no question of their superiority.
They will receive a fan without a fracture a benj with
out Injury; may be washed oa when tolled, bo' bandied
without the face being marred. They ar susceptible of
high and very beautiful coloring.
W. H. DeSHON J,1SI Main street, has tb txdnslve
right ot Memphis, for the Melalnot yp Patent mIO
O ft fa fl CUNCES Snip. Qolnihe: v
AS.UUUm" Sniph Morph,. - ,
S5 " , Strycbnlee, .
B0 lbs. Chloroform,
M .Solid, FoUst..
SO Citric Atld,
100 ounces Nitrate SOrer.
ABdacotapletestockpf Chemicals F-fXoritl wholeaal
and retail by - - - ; WARD a JOKES,
JUS37-3B- C23 Msla street
Co-Par Inership IVoticc.
THE naderttgned hive thli day formed a partnership
nader tbe styl and Bim of - Wm. r. Stkaboe it
Co " WM. R STRAFGE,
July 1, 1977. JUO. REXN1CE,
WM. H. gTBAXGE....................aJXO. ItEBBICB.
WE B. STRAIVGE & CO.
Cash Declero in
Hides, EjeatJier and
FATING C A a II FOR
HIDES, DEER & SHEEP SKINS,
And Leather in the Rough.
330 MAIN STREET, BELOW UXIO.V,
MEMPHIS, TEX.V. joS-lm
rST Reetlvtd, S bbl. Ccauberrie :
IB X '
10 Ja "
n. n. potter,
J Unl7 Main tt , 3d door north Worsbam House.
Plantation for Sale
I OFFBR fer sate a r ilea Wt Plantation, coaatat
iag.f I93 a. ret, well improved, gocd dwelling
boeac, good barns and oat houses Nlnetyacm
cleared txd under a blxh ttite of culiivittnn. it.
lag near WetFi Depot oa th Mtmpbls and Ohio Railroad.
Terms easy. Apply to
JOnK HALLUM, Agent,
Jin30-wlst Ratelgb, Teon.
DR. JAMES M. IXEIalaER,
RKSrcornjLLT offers his profeeslonal trrvlee to tbe
c tlien f MempM and Us vicinity. Office for tke
p event at his retWrnce, corner ot MIn and Beat streets,
whrrntitEiay be-Toenil at all hours, unless prof eslona ly
enxaged ' Junl7-dly
FOR S. SWAN & C0.5S
Popular Georgia liOtte vies.
WE have this day appointed Messrs. SPAIN tt CO-,
of Hopeaeid, Atkansas, (opposite Memphis, Tens.,)
sole agents for the sale ot oar Tickets In that section.
S. SWAN & CO.,
May 19, 1SS7. Atltnit, Gt.
Messrs SPAIN i. CO , having been appointed Agents
for Sarin it Co 's Fopalar Lotteries, would la farm, tbe
public that their principal oflce Is In HepelSeM, Ark., lm
medittel opposite tbe City of Memphis, where they are
prepared to f Ornish tl'kett cither on personal application
or on orderi aad as there Is no Posioffic at rtspeatVl. aB
orders addressed to Spain & Co.. Box V festotnee.
Mempsls, Tens., wm receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Al? csmmusleatlent will be strictly cenSdenUal.
BUIa of all solvent Banks taken at par.
For tcbetoe see adveri lseu.nl is another column, or
they wai b f trreltaed on tpplicitlon to
SPAIN i CO., Hopefe'd, Ark..
Jnn74-3a orBoxtaa.rofoBlcg. Memphis, Tenn.
THE subtcrr, t . It in contempt. Uon to compile and
pobtlsb a pamphlet, or book, embracing the leadin
Incidents, speeches, lc, Jtc, of tbe recent Railroad
Olrbratlon at Mempbb and Charleston, together with a
full account of tbe visit of tho Memphis Delegation to
ncnuvtHe, Atlanta, Augutta, Cbarletton, Savannah,
ai d Macon. To make tho pamphlet a complete as po
sble, h reritesU tbat full Hats of all the delegate tc.Vo
actually ctt eswfedtbe Memphis Celebration from the cities
above named, be forwarded Immediately to him, tj ra all,
al this place. He alto requests that the speaker who
partictpaied In tho dlft rent celebration tad receptions
send him revised copies ot tbrlr addresses, ebouitt tb y
deem it sdvissbl. Tbe compilation. It 1 expected, aril'
make iVnt 300 page, large octavo, and will be fumih-d
to subscribers, postage psld, st $1 per copy. The Maror
a' d Aldermen of tbe citlrt above named, and the dele
gates gjMrally, will pk at signify lo lb subscriber the
number of copies they mar desir to take.
Tb object ot the compilation Is to prrterve, la a double
form, a full record of the rejslctngs over an (vest which
rises to tbe dignity of an rpech In our anaals, and Is
rendered memorable by the benign restate, political,
octal, and commercial, which ire to Sow from It to the
end ot time.
Than of the delegates from Kemphlr to Chirlettoa,
toJto actually attended, and whose name were not pub
lished In the Eag t and Engulrtrtt tbe 28lh May, ar
requested to .forward their name through the Post Offlce
to 3. P PBT0R.
Memphis. June 13th, 1857.
HsntsviBe, Atlanta, Augusta, Charleston, Savan-
rtxn, ana uaia paper puis copy ail sat ta last para
graph ot tba above, -nth th t Irsature, and oblige.
Jnall 3. r. 7,
or PARTIES, "WEDDINGS, &c.
irhHe Satis aad Fvgared Silk Teats (
n aia uvara'a. xse as aaaiM;
WbH EM Start, it, &.
Tabte Oarers. Cbatas. Nasi aaa. Craah Taawria MS.
Ceaaterpiae, Frtwea, Cartafa Bk, BtabrttS.tii
CarUKi MawlUM, Apra and FarBttar Cheek .,Tlektas,
iiirtcatra ae areaa sa rtiaga i feg-t.
Btracbed aad Brown hbeetlag, -t t IX 4.
REM0TED TO 317 miS STREET,
AevdaTi Sraffr Old Sftrad. .apt w.f a-Jteasra.
II et 4- Jceteafaat, and Flaherty 4- fir.
Aa itasa wttbiaa ta et taeartarbt. taa ap
as ae usidaa.s at J X J.-t. oa Taataw stt, aeu:v
aat a wrtb laltaswiaua. at any enst far aW. aad
$1 f r larft star bttia an I rat aaSacarnt sr K.r t
tw baaMaask; tarae aaa fce atablt tbaat ajaaattw a- the
ahaarshet- wHI sri It s Use H faykt a, btaa, to ti a
ike -atat Ha, ttp ia la down Baal at Uf.
It ) r aaat lajare tarattare la UwataM.
iatt lw n cLARirte t
by a OiawliaiiB va
I aa btiaaaf far tba lat tlthtuaa
BiBtBtBaicsta. zte aa a very aeaaral aaaatttaiaai..
aattaatBtawt tit c entry. Ha bail ctty ratal c eea.
AaMtat Baa m. T O. iawt lw"
eJatattat gar vtaTlCrJMt
JOIN T SBIBLST Maatev WM. T.
U TW18 new, tpM
gar Ra7tl:ir Oa- n
TraI In jtcegtsaJ
0.1 nr rfgaiarty fca I
MtSBBht every BO.M'AT aad P1UIAT at Ba! .
al., paaataaiQ, conatctuaa at Ultima wtth Watte mxi
Arkanaaa nwr bv . kttag frvaaxa aaaat pMaaer- u
Wait river at nts'ir rate, binissai, baasat Meaa-toaata-erry
TCEMIa I and A3gTBgaAT, aaiaaaa at m
pas asattta, and W-aOaaatay cvaataaa.
7af ' far toraaer patraatg, tae 1
Isttg strict attxstaoa ta tai.aiat.
LAVAixarrit a MOBattsV Ax..
KeiKi to SssirrttBa Ta - Fiaaaai win rtrre
rretabt aat II oa -.'ckca oa Maada. aaa aasaag IB aaa-
ure aay -raaraaiBj. naat uatu t
A LABUK aud roeaay 1
A am. Mnrt Bear tb iawri-la aaf Has.
aadTairal atiwu. ii tatac ta 'aaa lately s
carptrd a. Jam- KVtr, aad aaOaaBt ta sa
a BBawiav-r FWaettsoa grea Btraaedttttrr.
AT. X. CTSMMK.
A T. Uuun:
J. T Shibliv...
a. O OAiiatuK.
g. tf tra. L.fl.a S
Lata d ta EaV t .-.-.
Lata- eg Ft Barn, Baato. a,
LAYALLETIE, SHIRLEY &. .,
STEAM DOAT A X D RA 1 LHO.t 1
aaw, iwc smtv td aaat tor sabs aaw t
ta trade, b
BOtJSJHaBTT A. ATtrLBTT,
Na Z3 Fvaaat Rov.
Chuice IriU Potatoes.
1 OH AjaalBriat.By
LU B. XttMLL
V a .a.- !..
TWBJfTT-FIVB atat 0twatBia Saraai hy
' wtliStVWTa: I'Ulta
rpBE saaeeriber begs leave to aaansace ta hi
X r-v - n-1 rt hit 1 tbit In nnainnii. . lb.
eteettta t kauMiaga at at aid Maaat, co'taar Mla aatd
Jta streets, he hat red baa B8C8 BTOKK t
317 Main-St., Memphis, Tenn.,
Where he trill be pleased t tee hi frieade tad raartsn
era, aad asarr tbem and an la want c an, IbJag ia tae
Drag irae, at bla)e r retail, that be it ravnag tarb
ladaeemestU la tbeaaaliiy aad price at his cd as caa
at taU t give utiatactoe.
AB order tram Dracz sts. Fbr W-tan. afarrti,.a. th.-
wi wvaa, waia am waaai asmmnr aaaa awa .a
A CfaaHceftr a Mag ef HusiHCiS.
WnaiNS aaeaarace la a (asatr-tt baa.ara wa bso
Metaartlaarasack uf Uqaari aad a.atist aa
favaarabMte tta asdstr. a lea-e.f tbe tsar baiav. Ta
M kaaakeea parctwd win in the law six mnaibt aa
s-lee ad s r-at anrrtoa of wtuctl baa advaattd
aaaarkalt aiucc ta data ot Mrea.-t-
JoalC J. IOTD .V CD
TEbatarjoat rc tved .aipy c -Ftral :"
It the JOth vuiuae. aad Ibe !t. ot -be Mi-
lnj T.AMB. TOCN Si 00.
To Farwrs, .llcrckants aad Fbipptrs
of Ilaickie R Tur CoHHtrv.
imi. IF the p-np-e lb erf real eaast M
rev tbaab ta tae a
ure aaaiTMana: taaaaf ry SOT US vry uaetal alltt ex-
lead a t ri drtg Btaeyr past, 1 tratt, by xnct at-t-Htioa
to Battaeaa atd tae w.au ot a y caaWtam, I
merit a CBtaBte f ihtir puiauae.
G. D JOHKSOK,
Jaal3-dwly Draagjat ad Apothecary, Meattb
A. O. La9.
O. D. JOHHSOB..
Johnson & Jjon.a
JJ-Arth.a diy formed a sartaershrp fr the aarpateot
IITioIesale and Retail Dray Business
At 317Mala street, Mempblr, Teaa., repfarlte Meaa-s
Weba II Rawiiaga, and Fltberly tt Br.,) aad waaM It.-
He tbe atteatiea at all ib wtat t aaytaatag is kbctr Itaa
ta tbe exiEBtBattta f tae ttot aad ar et.
Pre erlp-sta. wib reeeive partieatUr attartttaa at in
aeoft ox me aty itantgat.
g. n iennsos,
A 8. L"M
ALLpe-soMhavttgclilms igahMt the aUte ( ta
late R. C F. Bsncan. will ptetet taem at oae tor
payment, and those indtbted to said estate win aaH aad
fiy. 3. B. WAWrBLL.
ara Atlaaria aat rater.
TO THF Tli.ZlAE.
WE HAVE OS HAXD AXD OFFER AT
a labse xtocs or
STAPLE AXD FAXCY DRY GOODS I
WE rerpeetratly sdaeK aa aiattaataea at twerraaall
ty aad prto-a It I oar tnaitsM eaafeatar ta keep
oar aasrtat ctmpssie at aU aat) 1 ta yar, tba
glvtagpseebasers every aavrukag taa Bastera market
CAXDEE, MIX & CO.
GALLERY OF FII7E ARTS,
Corner of Madison Street,
2TO. 30 X-Jbr02NrT 3FtOTy?r.
PICTUHES OP AI1I1 Kin6,
Qualities and DescrlpUoM Taken,
REGARDLESS OF ALT. CT.AP-TKAP PAlwefT FKB
TKNDKR3, WORE warrastrd as gout aad cbaaaer tbaa tay ta the
ctty Ta . atraaa ge t Ibe btat, tb cwnatdstit
tad eanaatbsal, b. mpeetfalty MUeUed.
3,e8. 3 " -
Received aad tor tat by
JAMBS LOW & 00., 4H Mtta-st.,
O H H BALES Caantttta Shtatlag ; reartved sd rr
UU sal by JAMBS LOW ft CO..
JaalS-dlm 41S MttB-t., LotritviTsr, Ky.
MCEIXNET & CO. as la receipt st a Urge namear t
loHoxes, prrsteamer Wm. ratrd. raj 14
JENNINGS, WHEELER tS: CO.,
KO. 43 CHAMBERS STREET,
3XT 33 TORK.
Manufacturers aad J sobers at
CXiO Tffl I ',
Ta their large aad safari!- Stack af
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Ooats Vosts, Z?VXX-tt9,
SHIRTS, DRAWERS, he ,
OF trlg.-niet, cut tn themoat Faihionable st,le. and
made in the best manner. Ja!g-3si
TALUABLE PLANTATION FOR SALE
In Point Coupoo Parish, lia.,
KNOWN AS "LANG FIT'S" TARM".
ANT parson desiring to pcrcbas on Itteraf
b-rms. 10 0 acre choice LAND, In Feint Coupee
Psrlsh. La , with 23 bands, a good slock or Mate.
plows and firming Oxtnr t. with a load stack ef
cattle, will please call on tbe undersigned at 1&7 Kstar
street Memphis. TUs Flsntattoa la tivoxsbtjr located
for growing either Cotton or Ssgxr, and bat 330 tores
sow under cotton culture. It van want a btrsala call
an. It. McCOMB.
Engines For Sale.
TttEXiigtoe or the itaimer '-Frank Lyons," (now ly.
lngatNitehrsasawhirtboit,) together with tb
small Engine or Doctor, will b told low tar Cash or tp.
p'oved acceptance, it tmmedlato tpplleaticn b raado to
tht onJrraUooj at 167 Kiln atrret, Memphis.
Tbe Engine have 24 la inch cvMalrr and a reel atmV.
Tba Doctor Is also esmpLei and superior.
jaia-im o. McCOMB.
ALL ORDERS for ih County Snrr-yor left at Ibe
st-re of Wash II Baker. Mala street. Memahi. or at
tho 1 Oc of Jo- n s. Ralston, Era. , Raleigh, will be.
yiuuyi; ituuuM uj cnoar oy
JOHN BROWN. Csnty Sarvryir,
Jr-alt orJOaNS RALSTON. Peonty.
FA. TO th Jallef Illjwool censty, Tenn., AptU 27
3f 1657, a negro maa who calls himself Jack, and
L tay that he Ulosgs ta Srpbnt Jones, living near
-'Hernando.MlM Bald negro I back, 6 feei 9 or 10
laches high, will weigh aboot ISO lonads. looks to b 35
jrl years ot age; he I stocp-thoau-r.d, and rather
The owner ot this Slav Is rtonested to eem forward;
prove property, pay charees and Ute hm awtyl thr
wU h will b dealt with ai the law directs.
K S.RUSSELL JaBor.
Jy?-wtt BrownsTUla. Hsywood eoontr, Ttnn.
j TJIUTT bamls Na. I Molasses, Sir sal by
'JP marlT HAN(XK;r,CLXBXCO.
and lows, w li let as haaw wkat th j
will it MKa.tah.ww - lb, a
ttatcble river trad avxt fast. I oraaaae
ta raa oae ia thli trade. Cat re wtsl W .1 a. a a. n-.u
river. ca do by ad rvtaiog a MeJt " 1: 17. ere i.iv 1
Crtfy Jrlg raan
Miad aat Matter, or
T !; ay Sir aiajaatla Bra, start-. B a l.
Tk ChakPa stak t Xstar. lllasttnV.ba Wtk a
taa lloear r, M 1 J,
Tbaaes aat Carol). Katwn A BoaiaIaatVk H
UtetMan, Hkio-; auiStbn. baBaagdA. WM...
savt Atrtv.ai lai jvpv" - aa awrMaBsa.-a m 1
FWiy Bxaf ring BiardUBaa, a awt.rt
Ta aaWrtly t tbr rntaattt thai ram at
THK COPARTNaRSSI F hrrvi. tor ntstbar etw
ta aa)arager) n ta- Lir-rv baaiar, watb-r tbe
aaat aad 4alw ' Ferreil It Tow," tt this day att
ateds?twtlbatrwa!of ih latter frcaai taetraB.
X F FtmRBtX,
h. c Totns.
CommlssiwB k t'ctr wattiiig XcrtliMvi,
AgCatta of ilfasj-liis Cguukiti;- I'a'.Iruau.
Qbtce.V. 31 rrmU Jtaaaataat CBasrf arnaf
VareTtCHiaewtHi Water Btraot, alt't BUk-..
CHARLES STEELE, "
(WCI AT ALLBX A. M'DeTMALBw,
IVo. S7 Front Rv,
K EM PHIS, TE8HESSEE.
J- Farttcaala- ttwHkta paid lo receiving ast t
ab'iatl 'aura asal clam aa ftllHL ju2.fc ,
jtm bbcbstsw Br
LAM3, Y0TJKG & CO,,
IVo. S49, 3lHiH Street.
THK -Bmtlsaar.i t the aVa, t tt.tat at kb batariaa
a a taav lb. owl ..a, Sautal aad BaistHii, ay
Ta ktbatery of ifce lavaataaa tad Csatai. at Wnbltasta ,
Mtd S aataaeat wbtta, psisidtd aaa sttaaaaaa , ly
gaasatmi, a sarw awaal ay Mr. I. T. Bttatanrtbu
ttraetr Aaaaer; by Mr. C W. Biaaa . a, jatbawog- Mi at
Ftaras." " Wkat ,-
THE CBLXBRATXD ilol ' A-3 KJMBSY FOB
DISEASE F THK KIDVKYs,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIXD,
FEVER AND AGUE.
ROCK at Iavtte', Acadttr at the avata, Ctatrki
Fata, gailtaiu. Liat oa AaacvJ. Bmiaslinuj.
Coati-reaea HM aa4 Bit it r P. at, la all Mai na
Kbrmnut.e aaat iftaratatc Aaalaa. it aa ha nsailin.
Btataace prowat Vlgkij Hosts l', aad im tatr ittnttda
TBI- H apwrety vifllsays i mattraal. pMti.delagtgct
5 sefcatblr ptiaciairt. a tar SB- snaaaai ta rttbaal
ataflaad Fsafiir. stasaaaa Braa tf att graaatsaa
reet I noa tt ta Barraawa gdate. t tatnarartkaa Bat
ta Caltrd State wa tatroat-d taw rptaiJty tar taat
forttarrliaal ecbtW brt aud th ov-r tsatfaor a
tM vtgt'ty conaviy Menla. wfb awti smiai saaia
taeat,! av-araBT R to tbe AsarrVau pM. tewartocsaa
virtar -at I
muriabaa 1 aaat Mj.atral abssisait jrtsy '
Bbtrtiiptaat d tb dr. at Party Bate kitaiita tsar B
.anistls aadv aa Asittnataj bytjaaraa Maaarr.v.
Ca.a W Avrhtrl er -Bae ratsiii a at Basaty ; ay
laT. Aablvai Oara ara, Batlar a Bait, BamwaS. k.
A tarae atsanawiit it BCBOOi. LAW. MBnCaL.
and MiaalhaiM. Btt vVcitt aatB sew lat. -a
A Setect BnajUerk aad tee)mi
BOARUlitG M'KOOL FOR BMK,
AT COLLI BBTlLUt, TBMN.
FALL batBStoic win Vaaa aa ta FisTfT
MaaKBAT aa .'.aaaat, aaat ttttt oa aaa skat
of I Leavtsir,
Boaid a. d Tbatbsa. as aaBastts, $aka.
r .,r i r ta. is rar rumni m ia.
W. H. xaBKNBtT, A. M.. X. B
It as ptrltcatarty ree.'-gay sirt to taa r'linaa 'iiass
ooaatnantaaaa stay sat ma iaatTa ay ia ataauaana
a W aeattnt atairt' - tbjiy 1.n aaa g tUaasastbaa
CeatsaBf tatuatiag- ,i, It tada tta wa, (arret.-?
tatwat.He, ttrilTi. faii rk aha; taerr atrve
r a bang a thwavraoBinc .ntut, aat, ia fact, Bat a tag ana
biNa aad visa ta the Ttam. -
NwTtca tfbaar.r r riects fir1 tait a bvgr wg
beaMsritBtstl; bnt to the . wtat ta' saw aetrtW,
atari prove t aTraJaral iisasslil urtatl. pM.tid tf
ataaaasr Ttaaealal araas-i tea.
Ta rraat jraltnty at tki atalagbf al Areata baa Bt
eatadBtaayttiitaldBt. wTuch lb ptc akotabt gaae
a ataat parcbaarnr aat pamaaVd I bttyaaataaag
ease atttll yon rave riv. a BaerbttV HaOaad Bit tar a
tatrtrtaL On an-u till cniaaiw
saaetsar tt ta l all tt' si Bnltalaaa.
BEXJAMI. PAOJS, JH., &. OO.,
PharBaatieutirtts tatMl ChenJsts,
riTTSBt Hftlt, RA.
d-SsU at Man). 0, Is. VAS8F1RI D 3t CO.;
also by WAB tt JOMB aad 8. B. JOHNSON.
'C?" at it p aotOc, ur att V.tUat He )S.by tat
Over Two TfettHsaBtl itottIesof
J. H. McLSAN'Sl OKLRBKATMU ?tttJEWTHB5
Ka CHUDIAL AD BLUOD r'ifflffi
A Select Fotmle Cell go at t eWrvHlt.
TTtlFTH SttBSltta. wiM bafaa a.sb bat MBBattI M
A. aBtaarr, aaa aui.a XI
koat, pr Swt-n, (ga MaaiL ft
aeav n C.rcaUn t, ta ravaiaaa
Before Hume F. Hill, J." r
tuclimetit agaCabt a HeH-r-
Kama, Bi c..
r issa tMaai ai aw 1
jl oai - - ,,,,, , I a
T asaaa t,ll t bag (.
Oa, Abatdnia, Artaitata, m
taraaal bas Btua . I tad a
trial, atWta it M
111 . ai m.
ta.tr pcupai. t,. .11
F , ta aanay aa bbsv
lissttarM Witt.-irirtl -t.rearva.ttwor u. r
?.:-?Lm::a" va . d ,Z
m aVfaaatitt is rttiatrrtt ta avaear M.d .
aFlN. BfcLi i
Ta a' Jbart." are panaatre? fror tktf
tl tr Br.ViJ. . .
Aaal w tb ar. 1- 1
lbs asaiWr a, ecu .c-
ta laBa-tar w- -'b
Btaa t art' . 1
ar - t. SBltK Jti-r s
--. tata uwi.
v, tn,i agree w
1 T if groard Lit'
ls dayot tti b..
1 1 tbe !!
-stark th our i
at a aaaire u -yaiwuii
tar. it atooair-li.
. at aa t utv
ia aat. .ai ..
an- are. a raa u- .
aaat 0Ba.-ttvy coarr .1
a BM eg na tx,,
-Ctty lathvrit g u
"IsjrBteBta Aini t
u mm atibeoeBc, .
w iagtaa aaal Mur - r
ri' - Ihe arorx,3iL.un .1 .
a F SnWAJtT,
VBHS H AlXsUf,
JA X WltJAUSO
rA tlM fa
oisctl is a-
ihi lit, 1 a-
-tfiTAXt'trin-c Bar- S-tChxtW
is. TbaBaandtof weak ret.l and -Vbtiitated person m
thli ctty have been made healthy and strong by taking, it
It I the bent aUerttttiv la Pi world, and tbe onr
remedy tbat will parity lb- blood, and at the same. Urn
streagthea aod iavigt ale tb abate orrtnizatioa
It wm eaVwully ran an eamataiBts or the T.i.
Stomach or Bowes, tna a Lever Cem plats t, Headaehe
BtnacsBata, Bad Breath, Irytpepsla, Soar Stomaeh, Low
ot Apeetrie, ServoM Dweit. Faintneas. Weakaeu tt
any dtseaa t the Wmb, EMeejt r Bladder t andra
move yHiowatt ar seres ma tbe iktn. It Is 1 sun
preteaitva Ifttnit Tlsv Fever, Cbt, Ague gad
Fever. Cbe-'rv. r any pnviBtaz epidemic There 1 nc
mlatake aboat it.
XSr Every boa It wtrrasrted to gre ltl.ficn. Tr
aaawt a BettxnirtU arwm.at.
Baror ia the mouth after ttktsx K
J H VcLK IN, Suit Prrprietorof tiU CcrlU.
Also, MeLesn'a T oieaaic OB Ltataent.
13-FTtBcipaldrpotea the earner of Third -nd Pla
atnreU, St. Lonla Mo. For sale ra Memphis, by
G. D. JOHNSON. Arant,
comer Madtsna iM Mala rreU.
. v, -AW), by S. HANbFISLD & CO. ,
t'M-dtwlT WkaiMe Draixiat. MearshK
Linen Pant SttitTs!
rr OAS Eft Plain and TwUted Ltaeti Psat St aft, saaad
ill) tod for sale by JAMS3 LOV (t CO..
mar3l 418 Vatsaaet. Louisa nt r.
fitrayeU or Stolen.
FKOM ibe tab-crlber. Jane ISth, 1667 a
SORREL HORSE, blue face, wbrt alad feet,
raedlam Use, rboaky boat, 13 years M. An,
tafarmalaaa wm be ihaekraur reeeiard. ar
ttoerai icwtrd paid far hi delivery to rat m s K. Mem
phis, oa th ITenando Flank read. C. JACKSON.
H ATI SB b-es baraed ont, w bare titea ap tear pres
ent abate al Osi 3. U. Cralt's 3K. 36 vront
Hi, ever J.
Friak, waer- w wBI attad ta ear
GOODLETT. BOONE tt QO.
THE nBdrrtlgned Uke thi method of rettrnteg iteir
efts tttsak tot Frra !partfflnt, their friends
asatwtrttttageneraByv tar the an li lance rendr 5. tbea'
alatloatliaofatngtf the 18th. , b
joalB QRIERSMAX A j . 'itXX.
WVl' r'"c wriDA
aT Jary ,9 taa: Ltt eg IBB 11 11 at im k.,
SvatlaaVli.K it- i aG rrUZZJsrtT
Bar pia, saatsBsMw
! Smr K aaiw ,
3 Waab Biaad-;
Parlor FartHtar. . t t.. vaeaaav CtaV -a v -
largaatstl - 'J'lt -.aaaaat KltihTO yar'
AB asa asWer i& ca.h .miiW .r , .
"WITS j. wI.naiv
will te gsan
1 Uif .
the It far the arpreae' iaf
SAVANNAH RIVER TKAXSPttfiTATIO .
u tOMF03ffi of the faJawlag rataka
at "rant lrwaa la. aat -
; Tb- O, lglt, at, otetty, si4
la iatbe. - -
The TALOMICOU. tac. u, J." . .. ,
draezht f water.
Taa new ires ce-sn r AMAlfgltBaaaiBiaaMrftar
n -Bebetdnaaat a w..r.
. . ' " - . avwawe irrT--waaBrar
tttaagf at iblaatllta. a-
the itsati win eata
an. aadwwa. fvaa
to- trardiae of ta-rir
1 . TVt3tTmK v"r oamaaalnitsn
ZT . ""5 ajotU la ! aaaarral to b
01-rchanU of Aaaav-ts, Ihttiaab. trau tb is lev tor u r -latre
aay advea.-y ber fatOa 11 uisay .that tbe nr r
cemaaneaatlea h . trul haa been tiaee tb oommrn e--aeat
oc r;tr. ali th regataiina: Baedtaa Hr rrr tttt
' No batter ridnca 1 hi tn b prodnec.
the exceedtazty bw rate if irljt tetweVn Sa
tsd Atgatia, when caipml wuh ctbr pomis a
haidrttt mBei on f ber aid t aa.
Mr. M A. COnaS t. atiB tb Aamt of ibis r
SavaBBak, la wh at aB l.H saaasd b 0.113 r v
wBI b farwaraW fr- m aay thara Mr c. in.
One of the Boat at tai- tto win Uaa SanA 1
other dar, aad swokanr at tba aiac tri-weekly.
AiiniU. Ji27, -BT JOHN A. MQOR.
afv. -bK 4SBt draam f wattr. w
' araoiitlj at all stage sttsni
serrt 0. rv a lam , rely on irHt-alcb ia tea
lias of tartr as.dn.
rnnn DOIEN Hue aad BatT tsae, b luai aad
' sale by
JAM BrI XaMT i. gab .
M Valw trl UMtaewaa. Kv.
Fty latflatrtta 1 ar
MsijBry a co
CAlUPFaTS AT COST.
WE wtBjWiiat at COST rar atwetmeat
ttTrTMr. Brasarls, Tage Fty aeatla
Peta. BtjtX-ItM If sSl.NPfer ST!
WEBl3oratk tt FASaHONABUt 9L0TB
IXO a FtTRNISntyS rHrwttS '
UntRlat Ju)t. to Craee tb japaeja Gall tad emu aaa
Vr-uri.I rrrit bargals. itNa. S Jratr.ua street, latb
A- D. MANSFISLD i CO,