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HAT 23, 1858.
Largest Circulation in the City.
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-An Affair of Hew ; Railroad
Extesstea; Mississippi News; Pacific Rail.
road ; The Anniversaries ; Wosien aael Aeri-
cattors bv , Virsi.via Fbekch? The High
Focrth Pace. Original Poetry to Loo.
J. M-; The Tory MasiacreeA" Thrilling
Story; Adventure with a Tigress; Witticisms,
DEtTH OF GE5. FESSIFE2 F. SMITH.
The St. Leal papers bring intelligence of
Ute death of Gen. Pemifcb. F. Smith, Com
maaer ef tbe Utah expedition, at Port Lsav
eawerth, at twelve o'clock on tbe night of the
l&th last. He was in a dying condition when
be left St L)U, otjlr a few day since, and
was advised by bis medical attcsdaets bet to
proceed, feX insisted on joiaisg his command,
fesMeviag tbat travel en Ikt Pialas wetrM resus
citate fatal and restore hi a health. His disease
was cbreaic diarrbeei, eeatraeted in Mexico
dttriwg fee war, ia which be bore a gallant ami
Ot. Smith icas educated sad graduated at
the GavenKaeiit Military Academy at West
Point, bat baviae resigaed his cosi mission is
the army when yes.Bg, he received a Brigadier
Central's coerfsska from the President soon
after war with Mexico was declared, and dis
tinguished himself as of the coolest, most
ekiHM atd intrepid cemraaaJers en tbe rell ef
Gen. Smith was particularly prominent ia
tfee battles feagfet ia the Valley ef Mexico, and
especially in tee decisive and hard-fought ac-
tao ef Ceatreras, the plan ef which is very
generally attributed to him. He came oat or
the war wkb as fine a repetition, as a military
xaan, as aay ef tbe officers ef the gallant corps
who led tbe American armies to the unpiral
leied victories achieved by them. Bat he came
out alss with a damaged constitution. The
need ef death was sown in bis sj stem by hie
privations and the deadly climate through
wfefcb be passed. His advance forward, to.
ward bis cemmand, against the protestations
of bis friends, and when all saw tbat he was
deemed to a speedy death, exhibits the Inderal
taWe eewsge aad anqaeaehable fortitude of hit
spirit. Dtsty was bis watchword, and patriot
iss bis g aiding star, as an eCcer ef the Amer
ieaaarsty, an bis own cessfort and safety
were tataliy forgotten in view f the basiaess
wbieb was iatraeted to bis bands.
Tbe remains ef the gallant here, we learn
Ires tbe St. Lesis papers, were announced to
leave Fert Leave worth ea the 19 h last, for
lateraKnt ia tbe East Gta. Hasket, the
next eiScer ia neaierKy. wiH new have com
stand of tbe Utah expedHiea.
Tbe service wilt severely feel tbe loss of scfc
aa officer. Neae excelled, and few were equal
te bim, as aa experienced, skilifal and reliable
t His family, we believe, reside ia Louisiana.
" The Koiii er zotnn.mer.lt, being
ihe opinio a f tkt psepfe, fie wry jSn! object
tkunU be te kf tint rtgU ; end we U Irf. te
me to deride. wbttKtr we thnli hate a rsrors
anl iotasf tispaptri, er vttMpapert lcitk-
Mt a nnrHml. I jaesld nf Mtuate a mo-
rttut to frtftr Uk latter.
Tbas is tbe laagaage of Thomas JcrFERso.i
ia a letter dated January lSi, 1787, to Col
Eowabb Carri.vt-, ef Virginia. A mere
fertiHt eenwaeatary apen the valae of the
press and it 3 iaertaace in aainUiaieg the
liberties ot a free peeale, can sot be well im
agined. Mr. jErrEKse.s ealealstes tbe rahe
of tbe nf es ta be higher than tbat of govers
aMat MseK. He regards the press as being
Kt patent in seearing right, Dtalstaiaing er.
tor aa4 prervtag trancaillity than all the na-
Lblauy ef aftdal aathority, with its pemp and
iawnsnas cost te tfee people with its tax-gatb
erers ad raiasterial of5;es, its jiadicUry, ex
eeattoe aad legislative paranheraalia,aad with
It aaapresest snrrciUance ever the srIHrs cf
Tbe press, tee, penetrates iate every boase,
wwk-sbep and coasting-reea ia the land, lis
visits are daily, aad it directly addresses the
ateWceace aad the higher faculties ef tbe
psaple. It diteasses 'all tbe cent eras ef men
with baldness aad with candor. It founds its
eeamaata and its lacabratieM- open tbe fads
of tbe day, tb: events tbat axe tranjpiring, the
nefs af tbese agents ef tbe pabHe whose cod
iu f itbasarigbt to arrabjv. It is bttt
frie 1 ef a free peeple tbe etc surest con
sen iter aClbeir rights tba eaest dangerons
eef of wfeag and lajasBsn. Let bis sneer
at i: &m feSHwele to appreciate its Messiahs
or wbelcrs its disciesares. Aad when they
sneer er frown, tot tbe catoa words of Thomas
JcrrzaMir be coses ended to tbeca, as the
iaagaagn ef a mtm wbe passed tbreugh the
ordeei bJaHeb! ef oppoettton freai tbese wbo
Hpbeld tbe eemapttoas ef kiagly snveroaMnts,
and wbe eaate tfarecgh tbaterdeel witb'a name
renderwl toaaaortal ia raoaccttoa with tbe
Tights ef tbe people aad ef tbe States.
Exeaaags Bask ef Ksrfretjbwt'.
Tbis Baak, it is waderetaed, is ieeelveat,
and Its note will not pass f or anything. Varieas
nuaen are afloat as to tbis aaexnecied failure. I
Iciscarrentiyreprted tbat tbe beads ef the . No ooe reading tbe above aeeo'tnt, can ea-
State by tbis Bank, have aysterwusly disap- will be called upon te make just reparation,
pearei, and alee tbat the notes bonded ever to SDi dismiss from petition a man wbo has not
tbe Ceaptroltor by the B ankle b burnt, were !?lrdil!F?!!! biawelf, but cast a sUgaia upon
. . . , , 1118 British fival Service. Our Government.
aer ' cire-tolton a-.to. it is bped, will strictly investigate this mat!
Theee are tbe reperts wbetber trae er not wt ter. and demand a prompt explanation,
caaaottoll. Certain it is tbat tfcere bat btttx Whilst we record this outrage, it gives us
ooae Itrangt management ia tbe affair. It EJt'if Jred,t ,the "'"rthy fact that
... T T . the British Screw steamer S&Uiiin, with sixty
will retaata te be prevea wbe are tbe eUty Me of lbt officers and crew of the American
parties. frteate Sututhumut, who had been sufferers
Knee writlar tbe above we bav received tbe f,a Ie'tew fever, arrived at New York yes-
tLlf5 wWth Si he'harlhrp,
we dip tbe feitowieg : for the act of kindness here recorded we cheer-
exchange BAXK. folly bstow all praise. However palliating so
The notes ef tbe Exchange Bank at Mar- benevolent a tarn aay sea, yet it cannot sof-
freesboro' were thrown eat by tbe beaks in t,n tbe nngentkmanty and unj?t coarse par-
tbis city yesterdar, aad are net purchased b Bra bS U commander of the Styx, whose base
tbe -aters at aay price. There are rumors actionsare, we feel convinced, entirely sdfitb,
ail. at in regard to tbe disappearance of a and in so way attributable to the Government
large portioo of tbe bond upon which tbe is
cues ot tbis baik are based, which have caused
tse excitement id regard te its notes,
nsnors bare not assented each shape as
tbenze us to repeat tbesa. Tee matter will be
before tbe public In a feways.
F r tbe present we will net receive the notes
of Iti Exchange Bank in payment of dees ie
this tffice, and oar sobseribers and others will
please net eud tbeat to us. At tbe same time,
we would arfviee holders of the notes of tbe
Excbaage Bank, not to sacrifice them in the
absence of more definite information in regard
to tbe present ceadittoo of tbe bank. In the
evet ef tbe disappearance of fie bends re
pertet to be Bussing, it is tbe epioien eCgaany
tbat the State is responsible for tbe circulation
of the bank.
LATEB FSOK TEXAS.
Tbe latent Texas papers famish tbe fef los
ing fertber intelligence.
Tbe BeKoo (Bell coanty) fndVpendeaftbe
ftth toet, nays:
We learn tbat quite a number of ear plant
ers have already ceaaieaced harvesting their
wheat, and that seme, wbe tboagbt their crops
were well nigh rained, expect to gt at least
twenty-five baebeto te tbe acre. One farmer
told as tbat be would harvest in a week, and if
tbe grasbeppers did not reach bim before tbat
tiaie be would not give any aau tea cents to
insare thirty-five heshels te tbe acre.
Tbe Aaetta State Gazette, of tbe 8tk, aa
Boaaees tbe departure ef tbe grasshoppers
from tbat quarter, and says :
Oar planters are briskly at werk planting
again, aad, sbeaid we have rain enough, we
bepe yet te see geod crops in ear country.
Tbe Indinoela Cuaritr, ot Ibe 12th, says :
Since oar last issue we have had several fine
Tains, aad we have no deabt they extended
Uirougbeat tbe interior. There never was be
fore a prospect for aore bouatifal crops in
Western Texas, and we have the most cheering
account from every direction.
Captain A. Coffin, of the s'.eambeat Lizzie
lake, informed us, a few days ago, tbat the
corn oa tfee Guadalupe river was higher than
a Ban's bfiad, and looking finely. Tbe cottox
.... . t 1 1 fine condition.
Tbe CotTier further says tbat arrangements
have been entered into wbiefa ,-4ace the certain
construction or. tup "'?
Hm ianeUsn with the San Antonio as
can Galf road, beyond' the contingency of a
The San Antonio Texan, ut the 6 Ji instant,
naHnir the past week we bad extensive and
ws rains, which have bad tbe doable effect
W'the triads of hopper, and
- . J i f i.iik. aMn,ii..
trttlae me Eraaao i' icP.i, xj .
bad iestroy ed. We may sow safely say that
the prospect of an abundant harvest were never
neuec in mis " -- "
Thr Palestine (Anderson county) Sdvocale,
ot the 12th, eays : .
The weather is yet very cool for this time
of the year, and it bas railed so math lately
tbat the farmers are considerably thrown back
wiih their crops, grafs and weeds mat lug
alarming headway in the meantime. Therivei
is in fiae navlgaaie enter, a cmirniciaair
atnooat of cotton has been hauled to Its banks,
ad is now awaiting shipment.
We (earn tbat the late Jbeavy rains and cool
ritgars have mateiially Injured tbe oat in this
x-u 'austne Vbem to have tbe rust to such
that the wbole fields ere said to be
Caoy- tf"e see a complaint in some
thst the wr.ea', from it rapid
., a, - r sll to .trior !
I for the farmers, though graiifyiCg J
0TJT2iGE0tJS yiBIKG teTO AH AKESICAH
We nave read with surprise od Indignation
an account In tbe New York papers of toe
British erarzer of war Syr, firinp into the
American schooner ilobilt, Capt. Howe, re
cefitlr, -aheo off Key West. If this affair lias
represented by the captain of the Mobut, the
art unnihinf more nor l8stbanahleh-hand-
J bility. The American captain rtateamatne
nnceremonioaslr fired into, contrary to all
I rule or law as exitllnr Between nations mat
h had committed no offmse whaterer, and rl
elated none of the courtesies acknowledged
among satlers upon the high seas. The com
mander of the Styx did not, as he should have
doae, notify the ilobilt to lay to. by firing
across her bows ; on the contrary, bis first sa
lute was a discharge ef filiate rifles, several
baHs from wDich passing so rie'irro per
I sons on board"the American schooner as to be
I heard whistling in the air close by their ears ;
and farther, that the commander of the English
crair boarded the Mebtle, making extraordi-
nary demands, and acting in an impertinent,
coarse, ungentlemanly manner following Cap
tain Howe, even Into the cabin, where his af
frighted wife and daughters were presumed to
The account, however, of this affair, is so
concisely and apparently so truthfo.Hr given by
Cant. Howe, on bis arrival day before jester-
say, mntK lert, mat we give it enure asisi
On the 29J ulU, I was about twenty-five or
thirty mites south of Sand Key Light ; there
was a good strong breeze from E. N. E., and s
chopping sea 5 ray schooner was under a double-reefed
mainsail, whole foresail and three
jibs ; It was perfectly clear ; I judged of my
situation rrom iDe lact mat 1 sigoiea aana ivry
Light, about three hours after falling in with
the steamer; the vessel was on the starboard
tack, and heading to tbe northward. I first
saw the steamer about nooo, a long way to
windward, but could not make out what she
was ; at 1 o'clock r. m , I took .ay glass and
discovered she was a steamer, and was appa
I rently running across my bows ; I told the mate
it might be an American Naval steamer from
some port in i;uba, bound to Key West llav
is taken tav observation and sot dinner.
went below and turned in, thinking no mors
Between three and four o'clock r. x., ray
oiaest uaugnter came and. waxed me up.uapt.
Hee had bis wife and two children with bim.)
she asking what U tbe vessel doing? I got up
aad looked out of my cabin window, (tbe cabin
is on deck,) and saw the vessel was running
oown to me, as 11 to cross ray stern. 3ly im
pression was that she intended to speak ne
and I went out on deck to answer the hail ia
case she did" so. I ordered tbe mate at tbe
stmetineto set the ensign. Tbe mate siid,
"I believe she is an English steamer." He
bad been looking at her with bis glass. Tbe
steamer, which was rigged as a bark, rounded
10 wiinin musKet-BDot or my weather-quarter,
when I saw he bad tbe British eotign flying.
He was then within balling distance. Tbe
schooler's course was cot changed. At tbat
moment I heard two reports, as ot a musket
ia quick succession, and instantly a ball came
whizzing between two men who were at work
on the rigging. I then ordered tbe mate 10
fianl the forestay-sail sheets to windward; the
wDtei was put (own, and tne scuooaer was
hove to. After this had been done, two other
shots were bred one ball struck the vessel
abaft the fere chains, and the other passed over
the main deck aaid-sbips.
Tbe second mate and two men were at work
ea the jasper-stay, sitting on bales of cotton
aaid-sbips they said they felt tbe wind of tbe
ball as K passed over their heads. I also
beard ths whizz tn? ef tbe ball as it passed
stood with my glass In band, observing the
movements on board toe steamer the same time
and saw them clearing away tbe boat as if to
soard me. It is the universal custom at sra,
if an armed vessel wishes to board another, to
fire one gun, and it it ia not heeded, to fire a
second, and as a last resort, to fire a shot across
the vessel's fore-foot I was at a loss to con
jecture what the steamer's treatment of me
coo Id mean, toe proceeding suggested to my
mind that she might be a pirate. My family
neard lae urine;, and saw wiiat was passing,
and were very ranch alarmed. Tbe boat with
six men aad a Heatenant came aletgMde, and
without sayinf a word the omcer came en
deck, and addressing no one in particular,
Q. Where is the vessel from?
I answered, from Mobile.
Q Where is Bhebeaad?
A. New York. , v
Q. Where is she owned T
A. Sbe is owned ia New York. I ibta
thought it was my turn, aad said:
y Why atd you bre into us i Did you take
us for a slaver?
A. No. Didn't y os see a man o war to the
A. How should I. knew -yoa were a man o?
OScer Didn't you see ear peasant?
Captain I didwt see Hi 'and besides, we
very often t American aaa Spanish men t?
war with their cetera flytog, bist they nevrr
interfere with me. I have been eoioe up and
down tbe Gait far twenty Jearf , and this is
the first time I wasever interfered with. Tbe
officer, with..- bead erect, and with a haughty
manner, deigned no reply, bat asked what is
the number of your crew? I answered, ten
men ; and I also have oae passenger, ray wife
ana iwe enaarea.
Officer I want to see your papers.
I went into tbe cabin, followed bv tbe Lieu
tenant, and takine oat mv enrollment and
license, banded them to bim, keeping my man
neet in my nana.
umcer WheretsyourKecister? loueeebt
to have a Begister.
I answered, our coasting vessels do Bet have
Registers; tbeysail under a coasting license.
I then handed bim ray manifest, saying, here is
ray cit-Araace from Mobile, in regular fers.
He examined it, and laid it 011 the table, i
then asked, have you cot throath? If you
have. I wish to proceed. It is very strange
yoa aheald cemmeace bearding "vessels in this
Officer We have orders from oar Govern
aeet to board every vessel we fall ia with in
paasinc; op or down the Galf.
Tbe eScer then got into bis boat and went
a board bis steamer, and I filled away and
HWiVe eals on ray voyage. Tbe steamer con
tinued beve te. "I noticed two or three foreign
looking vessels passing, wbkh be paid no at
Tbe wbole proceeding was uassaal, uncalled
tut. uogeaUemanly, uaofficer-like, ,and, on the
wbete, an anatticated outrage.
be so ehataetaliy misrepresents.
Cmradsae cf tee St. In' Repebifcu.
Woiuham Heme. I
HnrBli, Umj 7, loSS J
Except, probably, St Louis. I know of no
city in tbe berth or West that is increaelnc so
rpMiy in alt tbe elements ot wealth and power
as Mrraofiis. s i-onti possesses manr aa
tural advantages, which, combined with these
artificial ones she is every day creatine br
means ef the wonderful concentration there of
ci pita), oust ultimately place and always keep
her in tbe van, as tbe greatest inland city on tbe
continent But Memphis, located as it is at a
point ea tbe Mississippi from whence will
radia . to every direction, lUe the spokes of a
wheel from its revolving centre, a system of
railreaes reaching to every important agrieul
tnral region and every commercial centre of
the continent, win, neyona donor, some aay
take a position second only to St Louis ?s an
inland city, aad rivaling in all tbe attributes ef
greatness and renown we most populous cities
on the clone.
The signs ef growth and progress are thick
as stare In tbe BUItry way." I'aOfle botw
ings, corasaercial blocks, and private residences
are going np in every direction, ztattne great
est and ra-t striking evidence of improvement
is observable in tbe rapid increase of popula
tion. Tbis increase comes, toj, mainly from
tae neet classes or people, both Aorta and
aenta men or cnaracter and substance.
Hon. A J. Booelsob, Hen. H. S. Fobte, Hon.
F t c. r-i. .... 1 1 ri ti
Mores Wbit, and several other distinguished
geaueaien, or an rue learned professions, have
recently taiten up their residence here, and the
cry every day is, " still they come." I am
told by old residents here tbat such Is the rapid
innx or population that they constantly Sad
themselves strangers ie their own home
Oae ef the most notable f satures of Memphis
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juv m is, iuc opempg and aoarnment er a
beautiful Public Square of four acres. In the
heart ef tbe city. This Square, though rather
peine, if, loueeo, a tot eiy place, and will strike
all visiters as a perfect gem of its kind. I
has already been tbe means of inimortaKzing
one AMerman, and promises speedily to be
come tbe paradise of pet squirrels, fat babies
and their lanntt, and varniihed, pincLbnck,
plaater-of pans (afary
tne tew tneatre, me Gaiety," Is also aa
ornament to fife citv. M m". 1. .iT
spects with the finest temples of Thespis in tbe
Union. A very pleasant flirtation ia at present
ceing on between its manager and lessee, Mr.
Crisp, and the all-powerful firemen of the city.
A benefit to the firemen the other night, yielded
ever $1 280 net The benefit '' of the firemen
..u .u. ; -
to air. i continues as Ions as their rood will
t r: CBDH long as their good will
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"""""S uaieiy lor several
The great religious revival which has been
epreading over Great Britain and Ametlea for
several months past, and let us hope, every
where doing so much good, has been felt here
m all its benifieent power. Tbo5gh at prestat
exhibiting some signs of stsekiLg eff, it has
added a great number to the fold cf the various
churches, who thus publicly declare their sol
emn determination to walk lest with the world
and more with God in all time to come. Of
course such a resolve, taken by so many, must
haie an immense and most salutary lufluen-e
on the great body cf society in all It parts and
Memphis is blessed above most cities no
larger than nereeu, in we possession or tine
hotels. Ibe fame of a new and splendidly
furnished one, tuat openea, nan gone aDroaa on
tne wings oi an me wiuus, w u oneirom
wblck this letter Is dated, ttill holds its well-
earned position as the most popnlarbotel in the
ells. Like tbe Astorin Aew York, so stacJs
tbe Worths ia House in Memphis, uneelipsed
and uneclipsable by any "St. Nicholas" or
" Metropolitan" tbat may arise. Nor Is the
Woreham by any meana an old house. It waa
boilt a year or two ago, by Mr. J. X Worabatn,
tbe present proprietor, unaided by a. stock
company, and at an immense outlay. Mr. W.
is a born Southerner, bred to the business, and
any of your great army of readers who n ar ii
tend to visit Memphis, should remember that
he keeps a first-clan house, In a central part
of tbe city, which is cot only finely furnished,
but In which guests are finely. ''fed." Of
course, these remarks are made pro bono vaga
bodo publico, which being literally translated,
means for the benefit of the traveling public
The mighty Mississippi" at this point,
though slightly falling, Is still In one of its
"hugesl" moods. The coming rise, it Is be
lieved, will put it far above tbe highest water
marks of past seasons, and immense devasta
tion la everywhere apprehended In the region
below this, on both sides of the river. Already
we daily hear ef new "breaks" and " crevass
es," and tbe overflow of countless plantations.
It will be weeks yet before anything like even
an approximate estimate of the enormous,
wide-spread, and most frightful damsge to pro
perty, and even to human life, can be formed.
What the cotton and sugar crops will suffer
from the awful visitation, no mortal eye can
predict. More anon. S.
a Bpseic oi war. -
Specut tfUpUth t tb New Tort Timet
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vcisiiiKaTOX, may ju uearrai v,Ait mi
already made strong representations to Lord
Name with regard to tbe outrages on Ameri
can vessels in tbe Gulf and at Sagua la Grande.
Tbe most Intense indignation exists here on
the subject, and several members are only re-
strained from moving stronger resolutions in me
Heuse by assurances that the government has
aireany tiKcn mi initial steps to oemsoa re-
Fight Ahead, It is stated thst ths Amer -
lean ship owners are determined to redress I the girls In the morning." There was a beau
their grievances inflicted upon them by the tiful consistency between tbis protracted meeV
British, by fighting the British cruiser stationed
la the Gulf of Mexico.
High. Ths Trinity river, in Texas, is re -
ported very high, and rising.
Stkagogue. A new Jewish Synagogue was
dedicated on tbe 14th, In Mobile.
The Feekch Navt. An immense activity
reigns in we maritime porta ot trance; anaireve, to ths virtaous hours of one and two
no nation of the world is Increasing its naval .n ... ,n , , 1 ... .
strength at the present moment with the same
rapidity as that country. Its army now num
bers 620,000 men ; Its navy is very nearly, and
will soon perhaps be quite equal to that of
Billy Bowlegs Drunk. Tbe reporter of
tbe flew Orleans Delta says on Tuesday last:
We called down at the Barracks yesterday
to pay our respects to the "ex-King of the
Floridas," but found bis Excellency drunk, fast
asleep, with no one but his young wife by bis
side, with their youngest born in her arms.
We were not surprised to see Billy thus, know'
Ing as we did his weakness for tbe "fire
water." We have had the distirmiahei honor
or meeting the ueneral on seveaal previous oc -
eaaions, and tbe condition we found him in
yesterday was by no means a novel one.
Rio Gkande. The N. O. Delta says:
The prospect for a favorable movement upon
Mexico by way of tbe Rio Grande appears to
be diminishing. Tbe Mexican chiefs are jealous
oi American leadership, and their people are
ready to act upon their bints.
Sxaxlixo The French and English Gov?
ernments are still trying to be on good terms,
while the two peoples are snarling at each oth
er's feet fiercely enough. Hw long they will
be'kept muzzled, there's no telling.
Retsexchhent They are economizing at
St Louis. A bill is before the Board of AI-
dermen wbicb, it is said, will effect a reduction
in salaries alone, to the amount of $25,000 or
Ka.vsas.-Clat Pate reports in the St Louis
A a-entleman who arrived here tn.Axv nam
tbat last Monday, tbe 10th Mar, the troops
and Montgomery bad another fight, in which
four dragoons were killed and six wounded'
six borses shot Tbis was a small posse of
thirty U.S. troops attacked by forty Abolition'
ists, wbo got the better of the fight. s
Anothek. The body of a young lady, tbe
twelfth victim of tbe Ocean Spray disaster, was
found floating in tbe Mississippi at St Louis
on Sunday. .
Okisisi. There was an Obisim demonstra
tion at Cincinnati last Monday. Tbe nquirer
of that city programmes the affair a " fizzle."
The Revival The revival still progresses
in Cincinnati. There are daily prayer meet
ings at various churches.
Wetting Down a Revival. The revival
9t PflrttmAnth rthl. ... 1 t-.J I . I I-
debate between Rev. Mr. Franklin and Rev.
." .BU.WUM., wutv, tEltUlllftbCU III HCtk'a
Mr. Merrill, oa tbe subject of baptism. The
revival stopped when the water controversy
Frank Forrester. William Henrv Her-
erit, snown to ine literary and sporting world
as " Frank Forrester," committed suicide by
shooting himself with a pistol, at the Stevens
House, Broadway, New York, on Monday last
Pacific Road. Lieut Beale, in a report
to the Secretary ef War on this wagon road to
tbe Pacific, states tbat water may be obtained
m(.il:iii,,.iuLucFi uiiu uj iniuan wtin,
by damming the canons. This is the Mexican
DIVINE SERVICES TO DAT.
St. Mary' Ocurch, Poplar ttreet. Tjerr. KictlAl
IIi!ES, Rector. Bervlotttt 10 H A.M. and and 8 T.il
Wedouday aad Friday !0X. Seats free.
Calvary Chcrch, earner of Adamt axd Third streets.
Ber. Blihop OTET, Sector, and Btv. Dr. WniTX, As
sistant Beetor. Serrtet it 1 1 o'clock a Sf . aad Br.K.
Grace Chcrch, Main 8treet between Mhnroe tndTJnion,
Bar. G. P Schetsky, Rector. Serrlcet at the roomt of
tht Toaag Mess' Christian Aisoclitlon; morning, 10X
o'clock, erestBg at 8 o'clock.
St. Peter! CathUe Church, corner of Adamt aad
rhlrd ttrettt. Prlett, Btv. T. 1 Grace. Serrlcea at
and 10 e'elock ia the mornleg.
Flrt Baptltt Church, Second ttreet, between Adama
ud Waihtsgtoa ttreett. Blder T. J. Dbane, Pastor.
Jtrrteet atll o'clock A. M.,tnd8 r. tt.
Second BapHtCmrtti,e.rner Bealand PeSoto ttreett.
BMr. Jo me B item ax, Partor. service, .t it
o'clock a. at. aad 1 and 8 r. M. I
Second and Third, Rer. A. M. Bbtaic, Paetor. Serrlcet I
U10M o'clock a. M.,and 8 In the evening Alo, wo - n
hip every Wedteaday night.
Chrlstlaa Ohareh, cwaer, ef Linden aad St. Patrick
treeta, Ber. Dr. V. J. Bahsee, Paitor. Serrlcet at
(OXe'deek a. m., aad 8 p. m.
rtrttPrrtbyttrtraCharrt, corner of Poplar aad Third
tm-t., Eer. J. O. Steadjcar, Pastor. Service, at
(OXo'eloekA.hHaadateariy gaHrtt. Lecture, on
JTedaetday erenlng, and Prayer Meeting on Friday errn-
nnof ee week.
Secosd Prebytertan Chnrch. corner of Main aad Bal I
Kir, kt. u.u&cxDT.ruwr. scrocet aiiox I
. at. ana s T- m.
Weilty Charge, earner of Poplar aad Second street!.
Ber. J. T. C. Coluxs, Pastor. Serricrt at 10X o'clock
A. as ., and 7 r. ax.
Aibnry Chapel, carrier ef Hernando and Ltnden atrteta,
Ber W. H. Leior. Pastor. Serrlcet at 10X o'dotk
A. m., xnd 7 r. it.
XdgewooS Chipl, nernando Plaakroad, Ber. J. W.
Ehott, PUr. Eerrtcet at It o'clock A. M.
Latheraa Church, en Main between Market and Win
cheater ttreett, Rer. Beyer, Patter. Serric at
10 o'clock a.m., and 7 o'clock r. M.
Memphis Post Orricx. The post office will
hereafter be opened on Sunday morning at 8
o'clock, and remain open one hour.
T . . TV . I I a i.ii I
uiutiai us. oi letters I
I- il.- r... .. .
,..,o,us . uic icmpuis res. unce, win oe
loanu in mis morning's paper.
83 Copies of our daily paper may be ob-
tained at the desk this morning until 9 o'clock.
Price five cents per copy, " dead head " sys
Christian Church. Rer. Dr. BAasEEwill
preach at this church this morning 10J o'clock,
and fi p. m. Subject this morning: "Origin,!
Nature and Design of Positive Law."
(J-Grace Church, southeast corner of
Union and Main streets, seats free, Her. G. P.
Schetrt. Rector : service to-dar at 101 o'clock
with the Holy Communion Bt 8 r. m.
Sunday School at 9 a. m.
f- We were in error yesterday in stating the arproaci,ing election. ThisTllbe a loss
-a ft I T - OawttaAW lAamka1w sPfaIlwwl. . . - n
that Mr. Fbabe: Cabson, formerly of this city,
bad killed b man by the name of Houk, In Co
lumbia, Ark. It was a Mr. Fbakk Caio.v who
did the killing, End not Caksok.
Thakks. For late papers we thank tbe
clerk of the John Sinondi and the clever hit.
UcKeevee of Adams k Co.'s Express. ; also
the steamer Pacific for the latest New Orleans
Imfbovikg. Workmen are employed round
ing tip Jefferson street from the theater to tbe
bayou bridge, preparatory to laying down grav
el. Ths City Engineer Is determined to make
tbis a model street.
nroannti'a ConT. The Recorder had but
trifling business in bis court yrsterday-five
cases-of which three of the parties paid fif-
teen dollars, one was sent to the chain-gang,
and one was discharged, was the sum of his
Emixebt PaEACHEBs. We are desired to
give notice tbst tbe pulpits in the aereral Pres
byterian Chnrches will to-day be filled by
clergymen of distinguished ability, tn route
from tbe meeting of the General Assembly, re
cently In Session at New Orleans.
(jy Services at the Second Presbyterian
Church by Ministers on their return from tbe
General Assembly at New Orleans. Rer. D.
X. Jcxkix, D. D., of Hollidaysburg, Pa., will
preach ln the morning at half -pa st 10 o'clock.
Rev. H. M. Paikteb, of Boonvllle, Mo., will
preach in ths afternoon at 4 o'clock. Rev. L.
W. Gbeeb, D. D., President of Centre College,
Danville, Ky., will preach at 8 o'clock In tbe
evening. All by request of tbe Pastor.
A Gxcat Dat with oue Geiman Fsiekds.
Tbe target shooting and May feast of tbe
Washington Rifles, Turner Association, and
German Benevolent Society, takes place oa
Monday next Tbe most extensive and elegant
arrangements have been mads to render it a
day of great pleasure, and long to be remem
bered. For the' information of thejublle, we
would refer to tbe programme, which appears
In another column.
There will be a union of tbe different compa
nies or societies at Exchange Building at 7
o'clock A. at., where a procession will be
formed, and from which place, they will march
to theegrounds selected, In a beautiful grove
near Jackson MounSr Ths procession will
pass from Front Row through Jackson, Main,
Union and Shelby streets to tbe festival grounds.
It will be beaded by Hesslng's Brass Band.
After reaching ths grounds there will be a
short pause, then tbe shooting will commence.
At 2 o'clock r. u. some appropriate festival
addresses will be delivered, and tbe occasion
will be enlivened by songs, dances and gymnas
tic exercises. From 10 o'clock r. m., omnibuses
will run between tbe following places and the
inds: Mr. Wisher's, Main street, between
Winchester and Market; Mr. Johnes, Main
street, corner of Market and Main ; Mr. Wen-
del, Odd Fellows' Hall ; Henoch's &. Bao.,
Main street, between Monroe and Main; Ring
wald's Hotel, Shelby street
Council Hooas. Council held another pro-
traded meeting on Friday night Tbe termlna
tlon of a little " brief authority" Is near, and
members desire tbe remaining " link of sweet
ness" to be "long drawn out" They tbere-
fore held together unfit tbe glorious boar of
1 one, the time when tbe boys " go home with
ing and tbe refusal ot the same meeting to ex
I tend the hour for holding open coffee bouses
1 from nine to eleven o'clock. The imbibers of
I brandy and exbalers of smoke must cease their
I amusements at nine o'clock at night, but the
grave city fathers, who imbibe committee re
I ports and exhale vocal gas, can extend their
made to the next ordinance offered for regulating
the hours at which liquor shall be retailed,
limititing the time during which Council wis
dom shall be wholesaled to the same hours. A
good ordinance regulating the hours of liquor
sellers and city Councilmen will meet with
Advertising. Bokneb, of the New York
I Ledger, advertises so extensively that the news
papers grow astonishing at his liberality, some
Umtt "tending t eight pages of a newspaper.
1 " y janagti, in noticing toe ract, asics
" Is tbe man who pays these enormous amounts
for advertising crazy, or are the crazy ones
confined to the business men wbo do not adver
tise at all?" If tbe first is crazy, there is a
great deal of method in his madness, for he has
obtained a circulation for bis weekly cewspa-
per which far exceeds any other in this country,
Adtebtisiks in ocr Sukdat Edition. It
will be seen by our columns tbat our advertis
ing friends appreciate the advantages ot the
Sunday Affeal as a medium of reaching tbe
public This issue is better' circulated anl
more generally read than any other. J
We bad the pleasure yesterday of an in-
terview with W. H. H. Tison, U. S. Marsbsl
for the Northern District cf Mississippi, ho
wss on his return home from a visit to middle
I Mississippi. We regret to learn from him that
there la an Increased number of aulta broueht
to the next term of tbe Federal Court at Pon
Fast Driving. To drive at a rapid pace
within the citv limits is an offense that subjects
tbe driver to a heavy fioathe practice has
been frequent ot late, and the police are on the
lookout for offenders. Lgentleman on Friday
found himself in the unpleasant predicament of
being under arrest for tbis offense.
Fencing Academy. Capt Edward De
Reu announces tbis morning, through a notice
in another column, that be is prepared to give
instruction In tbis noble art every day, (Sun
I. ... ...
Q,ys ""pita,) at bis academy over U,
Locke's store, from 9 a. m. to 12 m.
K3-Rev. Dr. Hewett. of Connecticut, will
Dreach in First Presbvttrian Chnrrh thl ranm.
jDg at half-past ten o'clock; and Rev. Dr. D.
T . . , n , ,
3ot-ls of Pennsylvania, at eight o'clock
ln the evening. The children of the Sabbath
school will be addressed in the afternoon at
tour o'clock by Rev. Mr. Rockwell, of Brook
liOBBECTioN. Uiug to the late hour at
which our report of the protracted Council
meeting of Friday night got to press, several
errors crept In. The amount appropriated to
the fto. 5 Fire Company, on the motion of Al
Lmrman Hamilton, wag $2,000, not $7,000.
Grace Church. Tbe cangTegation of Grace
Church, Episcopal, of which Rev. Mr.
Schetst is pastor, have fitted up in a very
comfortable manner tbe large and convenient
room on tbe second story of the building at the
southeast corner ot Main and Union streets.
Service will be held at 10 o'clock this morn
ing and at 8 this evening. Seats free.
Dredge Boat. Mr.
Greenlaw has pur-;
chased in Cincinnati a large dredge boat, at an
expense of eleven thousand dollars, which will
be down here in three weeks. It will be used
to drag up gravel from the river, which it can
do at as great a depth as twenty feet, Bv
means of it a superior description of gravel
....,. . r
w,u 0Dwlna P"K r city streets, to
DJ Jel 1!ua a,wn Wempnls.
- - ti r 17 : ,
" preperiy aojoinicg tne
""lesion A" pot was sold yesterday at prices
"Dging from $15 to $30 per foot front. More
than bait of the property was purchased bv
the Memnhls and Charleaton Bailrna tnr Ih.
nnrnn.. n, Mn )tl. . ,
' . 1 ' .".r6'.
""c "rJ neaituy state Ot aaatrs in
real estate, tne prices being very satisfactory
and proving that real estate in Memphis is
ETaduallY on the inrreaar.
To holders of Butts and Jacxson Land
Certificates in Arkansas: One ot us will visit
Little Rock and Batesvllle In tbe month of
JuDe, for the purpose of investigating and per
fecting land titles. Those holding certificates
issued by Butts or Jaceso.v, cau have them
Investigated by leaving them (until Tuesday
iuo ui; at lueoince oi it. U. if MNXLET, Esq ,
or sending them, after that time, to Helena,
Arkansas. Williams &. West.
The Shooting Case. George Nelsow,
charted with shoatinir tVin,. . . .....
mm n h.rr. t7.n..i... tr. i r
. 1"" uu "
XSDS, in Exchange Hall yesterday. -Dr. Kim-
BROj attending physician, testified that be
4t first considered tbe wound a very dangerous
ont but at lte Prt"' time tbe symptoms were
favorable, and the patient improving. Nbl
sow waa Held In six thousand dollars bail,
which waa given, to appear before the Criminal
Court to answer for tbe offenss,
First Wabd.-Daniel Hughes, the talented,
Humorous and somewbat eccentric Councilman
we first wara, is wo nestorof the City
wiirii. He Dis been a member of that body
ror Tears nlns all that time cot
a'cunveiy, w:ta me exception or an interval of
two years, we learn mat it is bis resolution
to retire, and that he will not be a candidate at
to Council, for Mr. Hcghes has a vigor and in
dependence of mind and a geniality ot spirit
tbat makes him a useful and an agreeable
Attempt to Assassinate. On Wednesday
night last, after dark, as Dr. R. G. Fattebsox,
of La Grange, Fayette county, was returning
home from a professional visit, he received a
sudden blow upon tbe bead as be was passing
a tree, behind which, probaoly the assailant
was concealed. The blow rendered him insen
sible. On recovering he found his back, bosom
and face bad been severely cut with a knife.
No attempt appeared to hive been made to rob
bim, and as the Doctor is a man cf peaceful
h" od without a known enemy, the cause
of tbe murderous attempt is a mystery. e
lies in a precarious state.
p0r tht Memphis' Appeal 1
Messes. Editoes : Your correspondent "Ex
tension " wishes me to become a candidate for
Alderman In the Eighth Ward. If no one else
is nominated oa the railroad "Extension"
question, I might be elected, but not otherwise.
I must say again, that I do not want itt
office, and knew that the proposition to extend
the Railroad was unpopular when I proposed it
two years ago in the Board of Aldermen, and
subsequently in an Eighth Ward meeting.
if elected, I will stive, but do not intend to
be a candidate. I would prefer bing Mayor,
Bd therefore have no ambition to fill the place
cf tn AldermaB, yet in reply to tils commohl i
cations which have appeared In the ssveral pt-'
eri 0f the city. I with to as v that I am not a I
candidate for any office. j
Eianra itasd. 1 ted
Arrivals and Departures.
Batubdat, X.j n.
Eclipse, Louisville to New Orleins.
Lucy Holeomb, Louisville to New Orleans.
Aleck Scott, Ntw Orleans to St Louis.
Woodford, New Orleans to Louisville.
Tbe river last evening had risen one
Inch barely during ths previous twenty-four
hours. It was expected soon to bs on a stand.
The landing bad a dull appearance only ooe
boat, tbe Return, was leaving port Tbe SI
raonds bas laid op, joining the Hill, Franklin
We last'evening saw a letter from Capt D.
H. Silver, in which tbat gentleman states tbst
he Is about to bring bis boat, tbe Janes II. Lu
cas, to this place, and run ber as a regular
packet in tbe Memphis and St. Louis trade.
Tbe Lucas Is a fine boat, and merits the sup
port of our merchants, whose interest It Is to
patronizs a boat that will run regular trips.
The Lucas will leave this port for St. Louis on
Tbe Kate Frisbee leaves at 2 o'clock to-morrow
for Napoleon. Saucy Kate Is a favorite
boat, and wilt, as usaal, have a hugs propor
tion of patronage. Capt Mason and tbe clever
clerks, Fotger, Harmstead and Wood, wilt at
tend to the comfort of their passengers.
Tbe Napoleon, Capt Smith.agent, will leave
to-morrow evening at 6 o'clock, for Napoleon
and Vicksburgb. She will have room for 300
bales of cotton, which sbe will take charge of
for New Orleans. Capt. Hancock and School
field, the clerk, are popular officers, and their
pasieDgers will receive theinaest attentions.
The Alvin Adams will leave to-morrow at 3
o'clock for Louisville. Sbe bas an interior
finished and furnished in a manner not sur
passed by any boat on tbe river. We could
wish a friend no greater treat than a trip on
rthe Alvin Adams.
Tbe Winchester was again brought to the
hammer yesterday. She was bought by Capt
Jas. T. Hicks for $2,100.
Steam Pacxxt Jchk Simosdi, )
Hit 11. ItM. I
At a meeting of the passengers on board tbe
John Slmonds, Rev. Dr. Grler was called to the
Chair, and Thomas R. R. Cable was requested
to act as Secretary. Whereupon, on motion,
it was resolved unanimously,
1. Tbat our thanks are due and are hereby
tendered to Captain Church, and all of bis offi
cers, for their courteous, polite and gentleman
ly conduct daring our entire passage, ditplayed
both by their personal bearicg, and bytheir
prompt and kind attention to every want.
2 lbat the comfortable accommodation and
excellent fair provided for passengers, render
the John Simonds a most desirable boat for all
3. That tbese res!utIonsbe signed by the
gentlemen psrtieiptting In this meeting, and
oe puouaned in toe oiemputs city papers.
Johm W. Grler. Pa.
j. z. Brucract, v. o.
Thomaa S. K. Cable, Ga.
D. S. Henderon,S O.
S.W Oak, Teaa.
Jamea Iibelt. Ala
J. M. She'ty.Teon.
J. B Carathera, Fi.
Janet rABatcheaoo, Ala.
Bootrt SciMil . Sy.
J. E. Brcwiter, N T.
Th.t J Pickett, Tean.
G. A. Shillenbergcr, Pa.
Taos. O. Smith. Mo
Vn. G. irlUlima. Ala.
8 T. Goitett, Ga.
n.8 ,Spiln , Ark.
Jtha I.. Tuutten, Ga.
J U nnton, Ark.
P. O Meath, Memphlt.
8. W. Fenn, Tean.
J A Sample.
T. Im. Lasaitoa. Ot.
W n. B. Smtt i, Botton.
R Offrel, N. T.
D W Crtwi, Texas.
Dr. H. Tangh, Mlta.
J 8 Moore, 8. O.
J. O. notchtwa. Ark.
J K. Brad ord 8 C.
II HeDdenon, Pa.
Kdw. X. Lynch, Pa.
Capt. Porter, K. O.
Sam X. facleUa, PhD.
H. S'one, Mncphlt.
T. lhmn, Ey
Mr. C. UuUlo, do.
8. C Cboich, d.
J. P Pnor.
An Extensive Farmer. Jacob Carroll,
of Texas; is tbe largest farmer in the United
States. He owns 250,000 acrts of land. His
bom: plantation contains about 8 000 acres.
Col.ARROLLhas on hlsHinmense ranges of
pastary'laxda about lOpOborses and mules,
worthM.OOOj 1,000 head of cattle, worth
$7:000 ; 600 begs, worth $2 000 j 300 Spanish
mares, worth $15,000; 50 jennies, worth $2,000;
15 jacks, worth $9,000 ; and 5 stallions, worth
$2,500. Ills annual income frcm ths sale of
stock amounts to $10,000, and from the sale
of cotton $20,000.
Spiritcal and Matrimonial. Home, tbe
American spiritualist medium, is about to
marry a Prussian lady of noble family. Sbs
Is yet young, but bas bad already two bus
bands. From one sbe was freed by death,
from the other by divorce.
Arrested Capt, Jodeins, of the British
steamer Ptrtia, was arrested in New York last
week, and held in $2000 ball for a violation cf
the quarantine Uws.
Planting The Hickman Timet of May
11th says, "the immense quantity of rain we
have bad during the last few weeks has great
ly retarded the work of our farmers. Corn
planting Is seriously behind band."
The Crop Prospects. The recent frost,
cold niabts and heavy rains have greatly in
jure,! the stands of cotton in North Alabama,
i.t i . . . - . .
auu tue prospect at present tor cotton is far
from being good. Corn and oats took better.
Wheat bas been somewhat itriured. vet we be.
lieve that if nothing mere occurs to'injare it a
tair crop win De maae. nut on toe whole, tbe
crowing crops are backward tbis season, and
need warm showers and hot days and nights to
Dnng mem torwara.
A fine Reason of rain fell on Tuesday, and tbe
weal her bas been for the last few days more
seasonaoie. tinnimut Jiatocaie.
Caving ts at Grand Gulf. The Yicks-
burg True SoufAroa bas the following :
" A letter from a friend at Grand Gulf,dated
May 14'b, says : Our town is fast caving in, a
Iarre slice, takine a house belonging-to John
rueuingDam & uo., near the old Metiryde tav
fern, Is gone to day. As it is only a fewyards
on, we begin to feel nervous."
Judges Elected in Alabama. Hon. John
Gill Shorter bas been elected Joiiee of the Mont
gomery Circuit. Hon.. John E. Moore, by a
large majority, bas been re-elected Judge of tbe
Florence Circuit. Hon. A. W. Coleman elected
In the Pickens Circuit; and Hon. W. A. Brooks
ejected in the Perry Circuit,
Circuit Court at Ilaleigh.
Cattet set ftrtiial oa Mroday, lllh Mar, IS33
S3 Harriscn vt Mctloney.
Ferretl a Brooks tt Bargers.
61. Newrnia v Gnthrlt fc Beabrook.
H. Sotton vt Edwaida.
M. Mallea Tt Beddit.
CO. Ptttit rs Frits
61. Citlseat' Bias tsD Bigh-t.
1. Tij:or & Maa.n ra nanaa.
61. Bd, nae. &x.,vt Sand. rlta.
St. Williamt ti Markham't Hells.
65. Edward TtEd wardt
64. Brooks, admr , vs Tates.
(7. WUltamt v Dowtn tt al
63. WllHincSTt Drcbl'liyet al.
t. Lerlck & Brolhert ra Altap, admr., tt al.
73. WUllama ti Pride tt al.
76. Wright k Orlfflth ra Harris, adair.
It. Wliiiama ts Edwards et aL
B3 Scaff r Tt AWnp, dmr.
Itt. Riafclph rs Bawling
If not reached. ca31d or ni,.i ih tm win k.
placed on the schrdnla for the aext day, nalesa othenrtsa
tirected br mnlnal conient r tht n.rt i A- mn ..i ti
orderot the Court. M D L. STB WAR.'. Clerk.
COMMERCIAL HOTBL O. D MiTcnELL. Proprietor.
Jtrftnoo ttreet, between Froat Bow aad Main.
w r weiwa, akOttft. Oris Htlcset, Jr., Miss.
O 0 Btraea. N T
B D Biackstone, Mo
8 II rcrgaien, do
KW Mty, Tean
0 t Blntbtm, Mass.
DT Perkins 111.
S B Kellor, Mo,
BTLent, M T.
Pr J B TUck. Geo.
Bottom Iiwta, do
W D Billet , Mew Tark.
PL Leak, Mt a.
M L Westoo, X C.
Jamea W St-wart, Tean.
J P Morrow, Ala
1 Ibcraptoa, All.
Bobt Joatuon, Ala.
H U Mojrc, do
TIT Wright, do
O B Htmwtrk. Ta.
W O Wllllaat, Ala.
TO Smith, Mo.
Mist Win, ton, Vi.
D 8 ntBdamn a C.
J O Urjtchlisa.Ala.
B B xl'bill.St Losii.
BM Mty, Lt.
Mrt H Mi , Co
Mrt Pl.en aad 3 trts. La.
WH Moon. All.
Mrt W H Moon, do
Ma. ter J Moon, do
Oea B Pat'ereoa, Teun.
B Officer, Mlit.
a m ucraaa, ato
W n Ttsoo, US Maraha, daT P HUtcn, 'do
R 8 Hotchki't, Tcbb,
Mrt Holchkitt, do
W C Sener, T
A A Jamea, s C
Mlas A Wooten, Text.
J Brooks, do
J Jackson, Mita.
J P Bagtn and 41 trta. Mil
J Wa'L uxro d. Ml,..
Capt A R Irwin, Bteamtr
T LTaybrook, Teas
J Cartoon, L
Chat Lagfrled, da
A P PhUl ps, at Lonls.
O P Jackson. Miss.
Mister B Ifaoa, Ala.
Board or BEALTn List of lstermcsts fjr the
week'eadlag Salarday, Mty 134:
May IS Kegre chQI, ated 1 week; dlreatt. If tnr
mat.. ..Mty SO Child f H. Wttaer, if d S moatht
dltettt Whooping Coagh....Miy SI MUt J. Lam
prtcht, tgrd 14 years j diaeit Comomallos
C. C nOLMT a; SON, f eitom.
Mty IT Ino. Co'tck aged 5J years; disease Henurr
nagtor L.nt....aay 31 Negro man, tjta it yetrt
tziteat xypat sa renmocia.
W.R SMTTB. Sexton
Mar 18 Jotaaa Lasontla, aged 33 years; disease
OBO. PLABBRTT 4. BRO , Srxtoat.
w J. Tccr. Secretaiy ot th Boatd of Health.
On th tstb Instant, hy th Bar. Mr. Tbemat, Dr. A
X. PAtriETT to Mlas M ABTHA JAEE MOBTOJr, an of
Mty tr'rr Hint of swaet perf ame,
Along their pithwty grow ;
And n.pt htng oat on er'ry cCoad
Ms Might efmlgrct bow.
Aad theln ba erery Joy atd lor,
To mvt.lt graated from abrre
Ia thli vicinity, oa ytstsrdiy morning, Samuel
yonngeet soaof Rtr. 8. tad Mary A. Watwa, aged two
yean aal ooe month.
Th frl.td aad arr4n1tnt1r.ee of P. W. Arlt and
family are reqaested to attend lb Poneralof his tttp
dischter J03AKKA LAMPBSTCHT, from hit residence
oa Beat .tr.wt, botwea H rnacda and SeBt-ta ttreett.
THIS DAT. it 8 o'clock T. tt , wtthont farttur oottrc.
Miy .2, 1SS3
A tTonderftil Ueweity.
MB. B. D. WOODS, late Jaitici ef th Peace, East
Birmingham, Pi., tty:
"I bare been ifflieted Tv' dtseat cf th ttomtch.
palpitation cf the hsart nervosa headache, for a ear
ly flfietn yetrt, tnd hiTtrspent tea haalndi of doDirs
loo-dtr toeffxt icnre, hat to co parrot. Attar bar
tag cstd thi bottles of tout " Hollaed Bittebi," I
feet nrsell entirely rettorrd. I eta eat asd ilers ve t,
aad alteod to my bsslness with jlwurt, and would
therefor recommit It to an ha art tloUsrly aaie-
AbbudI Examination and Com
mencement of L,aG range Syn
od ical College.
rSBLIOnsUn It hmbj siren (hit Ite BxamtttUra
of the Senior Clan for tht degree f B. A., U com
mence cn Tciidat, Jure 1, t s o'eto k a m , and
contlnne snlU compKted.
TO ABLctl suing Elimination of tho thru tower
elites vlll txfln ia Monday, tht 23ihcf Jtne, att
o'dota A, M., tad tb who! mk tonal "IB fee occn
pll la the exunlottloa.
Tb ezim'nttlon ot caall-litet(of OeiliewtB.tetekl
on Satcsd at, tht si ot loir, it fco'.cloci A. at.
TJ exaa-laatlon of tht Collect ciaiiet wut bo ton
ducted tr print! qi noUt, ishniuod to ttw itadentt
for the flrrt Hat after their tntranrt Into tht rximtnt.
ilos root, "hlch they art tt tnnrcr ta wiltlsg vltaoat
tht aid of books, notei, memoranda, ether itoitnts or in
aar other farm.
Tht Beard ef Traded vffi bofcl their anotal meri.lt t
on Saturday, thill of Jul, it it o'tftck A. m
Be The cxercttet of tht Annnar;CGix nt. tamest mn bela-
trodsctd on Si a bath tht 4th of Jnlr, bj a teratn
from R--T. L. J Diuir, D. D.,cf totitTlile, Xy.
On Monday, tht 6th, the Sophonort Filaa Jc'imi-
tloa will ta p'.ici tt 10 o'clock A. M , atd Mil Dedal)
wUI bt awarlod t tho two members of tht OUsi who
thall bt adjodftl nttt akIHfnl declllmM t.
OnTcEtDAY, tht Sta, the Junior eahtMtlts tt rrp.
I?entattTe tpeakert frcm tht Phi Ma tsd KcntmUS Ba
cittietof UitCHeswlHUkepiaetatlOtlek a M
On Wednesday, tht 1th. at S o'ttotk a. k., tht
ComKenceaeat Bxerrlttt wta be heM, and tst degrtet
wilt bs eanfern d upon sra Inatet Thli -wiH b t tHtwtd
bjntezerdittof the Intszaraltta of the rfirleat
aad Faenltr. cjoslittng cf an a4drett br Ber. James
Paine, of SmerrlHe, Tena , anl aa aUreet bj tht rre-
lloVst, Ker. J H. GRAY, D. D,
Tht Annul Adlreti befort tht two Bsetttitf the
OoU'gtwUlbtdcUTtredataqnarUrtoBe'olock r. X..
on Wednesday, ?ih of Jnlr, by Bct. Bisjamik M
Fauies, D. D., of Sew Orleaai. La.
By Older tt Factfty. JSO. 2T 'WilJDEL,
UOraagt, May 18, 1.. mrtVwtitSS
Store House for Bent.
-YNthtejrnerof Mala and Calsn ttretu, latly cta-
J pled by A. J
. Walt h. Oa. AocCr to
EoMONDaUii at ABMStBOHQ.
DOZEN freth Peache ad Piat AprM.
tr J. F. FBAKK.
D02Btf trth Strawberrle a4 Toaalae.
J. F FBAKC.
1AA BOXES Brandy aad PleFmlli.
1 JJ ra)M J. P. ruUtl
rrp. BOXES anortcd Plcklet.
3. T. FBAKC
SBLS nriU a. Walker't Alt and PartT.
myM J F. FBASC.
100 B0X" 0ct Slitt cti"'
A LSO Scgir, Ma'tttet, Coffee, Tea, Tobacco, Cigars,
mlmm. oaxuuiet, n ota. flga, c, &c , lor tat oy
... J. F. PEINE,
myU ai PraatBow
WILLIAM t. WILLIAMS.
Late of Meraphtt, Tean.
Late of Ho ly Borings, Mitt,
WILLIAMS & WEST,
General Land and Collecting Agen
TTTXLL gtrt prcmpt atteatlon to la laterests or boS'
W rolleat aad fcther ownert cf laait la Aikaataa
aad Mltitsslppl, la tha mitter.of piyug taxes j redemn-
Ion of landt rora for uxet locilNn or wtrrtni t aid
script it allastiseattf tluQjraad thttxasUaailon aad
mw at io.
Special atieatloa gtren also U tht etSecttos tf debts
By Adams & Co.'s Express.
T)ECEtVBD. TniS DAT. aai wlit bt open tor salt
IV atUAUAZ, ZIIBIBIUBI,
Beat Thread Laco P.tnla.
Kobe, D able Jape.
Bobi. To.aat Aqilst.
Crgaadiot and Jasoatti, la rariety.
Ttlentiennt, Jtconet and SwUa E.'gtng tad iBSKtlsga.
Xtedlt Worked Ediltt a'oa Ltaea
Bad GIotts, Hooped flilrtl, and rainy ttyl-i of geolt
nyMllt SPEED, DOKOHO i STBAKOB.
(AXT BD'ABUDKBUE a popUut ioii; thaaul
W cekbrated MUlury Aud.raKt ot Itsropt. harini
been a piloted teacher of Feacifct la the well known
KUltary acaool ci w. a. octfu. je Baren,
Conaectleat. aal from thi Boird or Ttittora
and hit Eice.lei.cy, the Gorernor, tptaiated Fro
frtaor o Arrat la the Sob h Careltaa MiHUry Aead-
ilaia, aal Thirtieth R.iiaK0t of Kjrth Cartliaa Ml-
UUa, re pectf any lerorms the pBMM M Jfrewhl, that
he has opened an Academy fcr the parptte of sttlag ia
itroctlon la tht at ore Bob. art, ware he will lire !-
toil to tlnjle prracaa or ciattK, at au reotat orrr O. B
Lockt!. lion 9 a. M to 17 21. trerr dir. SaBdart ex.
orat d, tn m ate of tht Saaall Swtrd, Broad awont r
Fair aad Ukewtsa tn the aae o th Lanee or Bay jn-t.
Capt D. Bee wosll ciH the paructUar atit-aiwa oi
parents tt tin abject. By t-etc: taaiht (hit science Ij
tht method ot Lin re, cblMrta of cine yrara im ap
ward wi'l icqnlre a noble carriage, aa easy, a iieral step
aad ger.tel manner at the time tuat teetr bodlet wiu
be drreleped and streoith'Btd
At Fencing esipl ji hilh Biad tod body at the time
tlit,(lseat thi tm m8t that the foraier cm
1ti t a pita tf attack, the la ter mail be ready to exe
cute lt(xpruy, at well aa I giarl agaiat. aad rtader
f otlle thi ttBiclUaeoas mjreaeat,! ltJalbroaahoatall
Barope conttdend at Bereuary W aBeiactlijaaBdl,
icrrrzorv latiBi u ui pftuiieua ciric 11 wm aa Butfa-
For ttroi plea e apply to tht Academy, ortr O B.
LocrVt, diilng .be boar tpeciaM.
ih' ptnieiitar attention of al Military template
lsca.ieau inenew taatotia tyoa-t Exercwet.
I LOVE YOU,
IS th t t'e U the new I torr coimeeM la Ihe New
Tork PICATDXCK, May W. I ttory It wrlitta
br th pcpalar author of DAVID BUFrlGEB.
Tht PlCTrna coalalna Ihr regalir featares which
are rich separaMr worth the price of .obier'pti in "Th
Candy S'ore 1 a deparlmtnt foil of twert thiagi ftr the
ltditt, and la wortB the whtl tabtcrlptlaa o' Ih paper.
"Th PnitleD-pirtmeal" Is fa'l of Behest, Can-
acsdiaat. Ptttlei. tte .He , tnl it ta Itself saoettat
to imnie a whole family, from 81t"y ap to Graadpt, tor
iTiet or cr
The caatiaaeat tire afwhkh there wl.l be tlw.ya ono
raanlng throagh the paper wlit b wrHtew by one tf the
bt t wrlti r in the country Mi . O Prl b, ibe aathor tf
"Dli-aocdlaVh&'ja.tedoompktedhl tUry cHed
" From fltaJ to Moath." waint he r.am.n ttory ef
"Klckfty DKk or, i Lore T. a " war tail most popa
lar wt'er'heaalhtrof "Dartd Daackt "
Betide tb thrteab.r: naard featsra. Ihe Pleayone
cictatat otta week f ram nruxn tatweaiybmssiagpic
tnret by "Tht Triingl " Amwltg, amry, hippy.
Jelly starlet aad tketcaet, sailed lo iB ia,e. Fall
raaay retlewt or whtt 1 ftg oa at Ih-Tatalre; comic
nttlcet rr bisi tan Joaet raeash latepiii ore tt
th p ItnghtnE for a week. EnriaaBbe wm ojntaln
aomttkinr B'W and startling
AU wt aik of yon ts last to get oe aW. a-d if to
doa't ike tt, w hy yoa need wTer I iok at oar paer aaata.
not ) on wm in, it, rir the Picy.in Is the mant tmnt.
Ing i&a che&p.t piper paVLhA ialhe world
Bcbjcrtp'ion fnroa year $3 CO
Ta dabs of Fire 8 CO
ToClcM of Serta , 10 00
ToClabtof Tea..,.. a... ,..,11 50
OU h. Co . Preprt-tsra.
rnyU at 8 !pro .tcet. X. T.
Threshing g Reaping
WE hnn hied lia.-ply cf thesa m t ipprored
Midlines tad wt wontdsegtett to grata grower!
thtt tha deraaad ftr the a aboat ttrrtt t ilea It grrttrr
thin caa be tarpll '. Taote taerefore wbo detlre to te
celreooeorbothMichlnei, wonld do w.II to send tbelr
orders it once to as thtt they mty recrire a rrlLb!
god BtiperorThrehr f -rth pretent teistn
Tmns cath IS) WK H3, onu lu. & t;
On Dlonday 27th Day Septejnbrr, 185S
TTTlu, commesc tha secoed and Saal tale ef LOTS ia
V V thia growttg and Butt lottrrstlnr TOUNO CITT
Th Trustees la isaoaacitg this ill ft.; wtritated la
istnring tie paVIc thtt it n? potat lath. Wetvcta
there bo f saad a bitter chases for aafe aad profitable in-
KENTCCETCirr L located oa lha rut btak of the
Mitilit ppirlTer, twenty mlletbel.w tbe raoath o' the
Ohio ilrer, at tbe flr.t e lilhiebUh tanJ. aadta polat ef
fact, tt-ing THE MOUTH of tbe O'ia river; sorroandrd
by a high, healthy asd fertile caaatry; rtpKBy growing
ia wta'th aad popalalun with a lalabrioat dbaatr,
gtaerocs, liberal and enlUhtened society. There watted
bat one fnrthtr f eater to make thlt the molt toramtnd
Ing point on the OreatPathrof Wi'rt" thli want
wat aa uninterrupted and general ot:et to the laterter.
so aa to accomsaooata tae interrnange or cotamoaitiea
That waathu bees, and lt now being fatly met by the
Ballroad oorcaitraauoat eitabnshed and ra be raBtam
matrd rrom tZtatacky City, which it fixttl tt the c ntre
from which Barroad track, are to radiate toward the
orlh, iiulh, Ettt anl wtt. Th MohU and Ohio
Bailroad. ot which Krctaeky City I. the Ktrtberr terml-
B3t, by iti mala tt m to tbeGnir, b' itt cc neet ion with
the Nathrut and Nerlhweatera Bagrotd at Uam ( tty.
iwtbij-o" a ctrea rrom ajenTccKy uiiy, wita tae hlem
pniund Ohio Bliroia eight milea toalh of the cry o!
Trta too, Tens., and withlheictw Orient aad Oh"o BatN
road at Jtckeon, Teaa . tad rwlth th Meisphlt tad
tBtnuitn nauioaa firsitoe iBls7oa"iettaalltheltlei
of i he Soath. Tha Illlaolt Central Railroad, with which
we till be is early ccmmanlcat Ion br a rrgalar Una of
Packet Ferry Donts:
sappliei the demands ef tyirel aad trad with tht lakea
and titles of the North and Baai; anl the Irea Mountxla
Kiuroia, prrjectra toup tae xututippl al Belmont lm-
meJlate'y cpsoeito Keetockr Citr. will ammraoditaaii
thentoettltl t or the country connected w,lh St. Loult
ina tae grttt wttt.
Examine the annexed mao ana Indxe from the furti
WeVfg that the puhll;miy not beleJ off by taspl ton
that ttl-la i m. e city noon paper WamosletrBettlr
trqettyoatocxamiae, IBqnlre, aay, come and t.e for
The tile u tt tt made without reaerre. ard In rmtf
f llth. tnl thro will alwara be a reliable m limu on
taegrtand, wnoie p-ettara inddtty It will be to tire all
needful lafortiilen. aad answer all written or oral 1st.
ngat.rka. Then let aa one rtermlt hlm.e'f tab led iff
oy rumor, wnea thi f acta are to a-cetsltle ta an.
aaa to caa-m-Bce HON DAT. September T7lh, 1556,
aaatnatmn nam the Iota, numserlng rpwara of Hut
hundred, are laid.
Teems or Sale. Prom ten lo twentr-nre per cent-.
cash tn hand, deocadrat anon the tmsaat parchiived. for
toe retinae, a ctetut or aa ana two yert, wiia latercst.
BZK BO WAKD3 UISI, I
B. I. BULLOCK iTTBttres.
W. "H. H. TATLOR. )
Address, ftr fall lsformitoa.
PRANC JAT MrLBiK,
r-ril.tdii Keetacky City. Ky.
TTTB ar rewiring tc-day a tew aspcty tf CARPETS,
r r onslillai ef Titmtrtt. Brniieit. von el m Mil
lion TelTeta. Tire Ply, Tapeitry lagrala, Soprlae and
aaeCarcett. Sarlnx sarcbaatd thete: Caiptt tt tbe
towet t Bistera pricet, wa are esab.ed asd will tell them
it cheap at any house tn the soatn.
mylMo 131 Ma n Street.
IS NOW PULL IX
mm mmmmm mm m. I
Sli VVI l! JJVlfUlTLlllVnt, I
TP yoa are prepared asd dl sooted to hay fur CASH, a
A can naon at wm aoyta gooo.
BHiT.T mmm . H - mm BUV.
Crisp's ttalety Theatre.
Jtffsrsin Siro-t. j
LX3SIB AND MAKAOIB. .W. R. GXIIP.
Dress Circle, Ptrqaett aad Batoeey ...S8 eeatt.
Whttt OtRery .....IS
Col red aaUery. ...SS
Tuesday Evening Hay 25, 1858.
jphos. iT. sr. jjova's
Gnuul Girt Pcrforiuancc.
Slot) O I V fc JT A W A V .
KO ICI. tl
ETBBT parcaawr of a ticket tr B rerelvt a dtoBeatt
rorretpucdlag In caabtr t" th ttelel ptrthaanf.
AUtta ticket w,n be. pitted ln a box. and the
period of tht erralnr, two raraVeri tf tht acdeeot wiH
bt lnrltrd oa the tttgt, oat of them drawttg 1st uabtr
tad tht ether tnaocaelag taeh stealer to Ik twAxntt.
which win recetn la 4m loUMtn. a nANDSflMX
PB1ZB. Prlait may bt ma at tht tlttof F. B. Oltit
tt Co.. Ko. 1, Mtrti &. Mala itmct-
ty Tit partlcalart te tmttl Mitt.
gX Poors open tt T H-J'olocr CartalaU tle at8Ht
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
FOR A FBW DtT3, COMME-S'ISfl
MonAny IVlhl, May i4tli,
'W .til. TT 3- OEX fB
THE ITALIAH 3?AWTOOINI.
A PANOBAMIC V) TAG B FROM BOSIOV 'O ROUE
iA immb! sum rrom maples to new tiire
lhltFalotiBghaitnedulTltwi .f tji. im n ..,.
Btcatry.Olitu, Chsrches, 11 tmlBaUoE. Vtttttlt Brtp.
fvu-, swit oi tnr LaraiTai, oaoilll, Biaitan, Ktlst,
R-zrara'ttetaadOtTlotHlet both aaturtl Mrf trUScUl,
aad It It atlrenallr ctaoedal la t tht unl.lut. lo
terMUnc tnd tsbflat eih'btiion errr Breusted fa, ika
A Descriptive LKtar by a gtatltaiialy Ihtrtaghly te
ttntd with tb eanntrr.
imiMUon rtry cuht ttlH o'ttock-IToiEesiiy tad
0aruaj aiivrrooo as triioc r.
Adnlt km 81 ceaU; ChlMrra 38. Dtacnafirt pasa-
r Itr tt m Ufuocr, VBL.ti.U ALE,
larva f7r1vr td witir
. r. ABSCOLIJ . x IU,
ARNOLD ix. HILL.
A TT0BNET5 AT LAW. Stflertort in Ctjtacecy aad
n. ueaeraicouecuag Afrslt. Jtclttt. Mim Wtugir
prompt sttrntlan t an ba4a t OMBAed In am prttn-
.wa.mj. zvirz w mr pws a aa raex to tat fwtart.
w.y cVt ty
VV p rtrtae cWlrrryof ray Aewftaadiaad
T V Pr. it my hoBM as I'olea street, or M tBJnM-
ailwa ihit WW l,id to hi, ncorery LtlsjeirBlg
in wbcb a left, a la gt brass ctttar
with toy taaii oa If u of median tlst. WvS back.
Mack, with white oa breut, ftra Itet twibt, hted fait
ymi. .m, K.wa 10 w suae or aact.
r 51 n. A. MONTOOMBRl
rPOBBWABKalla-rSSB. from lrcriln. tmmnmjm A..
L ted December IS. 1SS7. drawn by tot. In fartr ef Lr
W Jon.,, fur $13.11 lb im wit triirl neatly kh-
miM-wIt Memphis, Teaa
s. r. ALroin o temi
ALFORD i TEMPy,
f-IBN'RBALLAMD AQEST3. HtMleoa. rMt,ol,
VT Arkiasts, win hay. kh tad loci t !tat Is tar sir.
uraoi uxiiix we bit a-w ftr ietMbdtir
.tj, in uy tin h ib'i paretMsm, lyeag oa te Miiult-
ncii'in tim iirtri. ny33-wly
H. F. ALFORD,
A TJIIKh ir AT LW. KimMfl. i tk,a.it IA .it
XA. with promptae. and aieM'y. U alt ba,rneaita-
w nia care, 11 tan tna tajoialtg onatl. ia
.u. c.up-,ir ujans ti uuit twErAad la Boi rar aa
ty. MisiUrippt. tjv
lie re en to Mett rr. Lawrea rjaeka I. OI a. 8 Bw.
era, Ltnwa, ni.,lppl Ben. Pitrlck. neaiy. Midi-
coanir, xiiiiiuart : ma. DasMLMayet. Mtrt,
Terser & Back. OioH-R. Petrn ft CcSlJackisn. Miet.
W. W Oiwaa. tu . ht-STt. Cowan ' Chtatn. Tlek
huig. Mill ; H-B. 8. 8. Terg'r. Jadte tf th Thhd Jl
didil DUtrt-t if Mutlt'lppl ; Gn A. B Bradford. Bal
lrarCo., Miss tfeurs. frt'ehird h. Flower. Mrtrt S.
O fc B. 8 R'cks h. C rw Orleta. I : Hoa. Henry
3. Fote, E. M. Avery, ,,., Meraphlt, Teia
OrricEor the Memfhii Qas LioktOo
.Jf- tarsi', May 71, 1868,
"DTiresolatiiBar th Board of TMncletr ilv.
JJ phlt Ota Light Crapaay, It wi, ardwed teat lh
stock b.ksof stid Onapiay b recptdf rthtpera
of iaereattsg th cpltil titt af sit Covptay tram
aiaety thoauad to oa haalred tlwaiaad doDar Xotlc
1 hereby glealhit the Dtakt ef siid Oompity wn bt
acted oa the Mad dty ot Jaae. i.. it the Ac of
i I Cera laav ia tl ctly of Memphl, aad rtmaia apea
rortendiyt. fr theprjustor rteetTlw sats-rlptlastor
lea Ihmard 'eUara of the rap'tal sfwk of tld Oaspa
ay, naJrr th terms. roM ilor.. aad rettrlrtias of the
charter. ThtcaihwUlbe required la bttkiMe faadi at
th ttai tt tahtcrlMloa. Tte ttock h:ek mty be iat
fcrihtd f-r will cot be entitled to pinl-ipa e 1 aar dirt,
deuds which may tM eectaiM ta Asgutatxt. Thh
ttof thclacreawcf h npiUI atock la to mtka ertea
ura tnl en'trgaaeatt r 'h wrt to meet th wiBtt
of thsimVjc BCPtJSi: TUaVAGI, PrwMnu
Organ and Review.
PROF. B. II. CAPERS, EDITOR.
A BRAXOBMEXTS hare anally t-eo rerterted for the
.1 eermaaeat estaMl amtct tf thl.M.giala. aad w
are tal to aaDoaac tht Usee of the a tt nniattr ia
Jaa The eery h ilreidy la tat haada of the pr later
olbwrkprarreg at rtahrly at tWattal gora
3rtt nambsr wui p-rmlt. Th Editor dm htett-lf for
taea e U aecarlcg the rlBttag at ths extent tetah
Uihaient of th Msrnlng Baltm Ooatpaay waaee aa
aarpuied firtlKKl aa4 wll etUMItaoJ rrpslatt.
gaaiast a ttyiorf typography worthy the ttterarr char
ac"r or;the work
Osr f.l.tdt at Iwa aad ahroat UI prw ttrtH
their itlMCTikf,i at aamry -r "r prartHahtt that
wo my nx ap to the tU of ear oditlaa. a i the wort wt'
Mt be strreoytypod.
ThepabltcanfflcewUI bs at the OtaattacBMea o:
thsBatleilaCoaptay, IS Mallow itrert tht BdHoHa'
BomoTerth Birer Baak. oorst r Xiia aad Maiteir
Baitdia Ooaspaay: Th Mttwlag art the
Terms ef S-itwetletfcm, tararliMy ha adraa :
tail copy tt the Orsta aad dTtew
6 capkt ..
SO m 4t
.. It M
. W tt
. he co
. ea so
Al wt wtih to eaewar tg aad pitroata S wih-ra te
r.tor aad eaterprlte, we wttl taMM m -.tlTm,.
aJvtrtt enerJl tt oar Crtrnttie,Ctt.aad S-ao It
In the Smw, tatwoity attMkaMaBJBMUypnatedtci
Sae cowred ptpcr. atiaeh-d to ea:h aatsror at ihe Mag
azine The witbtag th Ir a lrrnbem.au to imr ra
the Brit tasber, wtll pioat- fortaid their farera wl'toul
icrtter d-la-. avK-tt'aw
CHAELES BATES AS SAM HCUOIT:
IMj&.'Z' SHI, 1858.
BATEMAN & HERMON,
Opp. Commercial Hotel, Jeffertoa Strett,
TI larootfiDg th tpca4g of a BSSTAF-
1 SAT,ioethtrwi.hacbaC4 it ortBMst
oflouitdwio it? if. Bsoipotirr 3:jtih
Alo. tic, w beg letT I traatlat rsa wttk
oar determinitloa U ith c: bocm bat (he ebK. Mad
am ttprorou u.ttiet f te our -not ottcrtpUoa Vt
eth,byhtch arm we ihCi.il al! t-aitt. Bare It la
iur power U tawetooar trNoda tad catoeier. taoh
rude., tswULwa traot, aerit tblr tpprohatHa a&d
co-ata tor ci a Biaatc or ia ir farvia
Ills or Irtwtl n. .ewle, to keep t eoatttat tipply
f Bottled Wi- , Port-r. Al aad Ckirt tn rtadiBet.,
the Nrmr direct from th dolls, t latare itt bclKg
genaia aa imported.
Oar terst snl prtat wilt be tantd ftlr asd modem.
beiag ca ealaled to afford a competent reaaaa-itl-kBto
tnaeLC , wittwat BtJ(tag th ptrchiiet to la.p.1
Belying for eacoeriteemtt ta the eirfal teteetiAa of
oarstocx. aaa tae stnet attest! c which w shall ael
font lr gtre to the dseexeewtiMi of all or Jen with which
yoa may b pt ated to f artr ot. WlMk farward with
csanTencelo rre Irlag praefs f yoar tasr h.Uaa hi
leprtltton of year coaaati: tad we rvntlo. reir r-
mju dawir BATMAN HIRMOX.
Cig-ars! Cigars! Cigars!
c nnn supgumit
iitnai uitiAKS, rtr
UUjUUU tale low by
JSKKHIAO. A to..
mrW-l w in Mala slreet.
PliTSiM & JJT1I3ESHLY,
FORWARDING MEfi CHANTS
ITo. 6 Pront Street. New Orleans,
TXTILLpay ttrrct ttUnttoa to. aad forward with dia
VV patch, all goodt Ictratvd t4Brearr.
Beteb to M. silt. Coleman & Oo . Metin. TT Car &
I Co., Messrs. W. A. Ttolett fc.O., Mrt. Patteo Ji
Is the ageat of th- ibtre hoat is this cHr. and la
prepared to mat coatracti f r far anHag, aadts at-
,cuu mo at, fiuTBeaia aaa taer Bauarst ti lb nrm.
BT Tlrtoe and la panaanoe of a eecree! th Prehaie
Conrto Coahoma county. Mlasitttirl. madcatttK
May lira, A D. 1853 thereof, th nader Irrud Ada la.
ittratrtx f the eatita of Sp.noer A. B tbe. deemed, will
OBTaesity. the lith day of Joie B.-xt, between the
hoars pretalbl by law. prte-rd to sen. hi th ttwaof
rntr-truiat 1 1 tucocniyiMS.i e, ladatptrMlcate
tloa tothebllhtlt hWCer.oB acrvH.of aae-kafoflh
parrhate rnonoy, t j b- paM oa tb a a' day of Jaaaary
.. b. 1559 and the ether h.tl to be raid aa thefl tt ear
of Jinn try, A D 180. Alt lb fotJtwtat httt or ar-
ce:tof l,ad, sltmte lylag iad b-tsg in ih said Tgwn of
Friara rout, aaa xruwa aod detigaattl sotksplito
tvd town, at lota Sot. 9. 10. is. 3.1. SI. lt. 2. :t ss. K
n, S3, 30 45. 4. 4T, 43 67, m, 19. 80, SI Sf. SJ St. SSL
(t, 7, 8, S3. TO, IS, T7, 7a, 79 80. PI. SJ, IS 8laado.
Also, at the sax leat sad place, two haadr d and tr
enteen acre, of Had more or lea sdjotolac tildlotiaaj
towa ot Prlsr's Potat. tad kaowa n.4 trer bed a pnu
f Kclloa. slaeteTB tad twtaty la tewBhio29f no re
1 west. Upon which lot tad lni there detcrlted lie
tome rilnible ItppTeremeate tnd ti ry detiraale locatUa .
for geeilmeot borlrj.!, er prt.au roH-aces, beiag
loettedon the tank of tb MlwU Ippi rirer, atd Is a
wealthy and protperoot coanty
Ths pu rentier or pnrchaiert et said premises, wW be
required to tire bonl or bonis, with seat aad tnfCcrtat
tecarttr f it the piyra ntot tter.aai r taau et maey for
whIJt lb nHprtmUet arty h, atract ft". pa,ah.at
abort tuted, one-half oa the flrtt day ef Jtnoary, less,
and the other half on the tint day of J.naaiy. A D.
ioou. LOUISA a BOn.
Prlsr'a P. tat. May lt. 183. mj2l-wlt
TiT "P TTT TIT A WflC Ct TT ti , -n
lAlXtVy r X All UO lXLXsLXr
TtBCEIVED thlt dlT fV.-ltWIr m.M mt thivi nn
IX et;unld PIAN'O F01TE3. fram th maaafacsery
ef Wm. E.i he at Co., Btltl-ntre Pertoas tn wast af
upeilor loatraxiesttcin fled them at
mylS im MtCINBBr f- CO.
rBB nadertlraed la'orm their rrlenda that they keep
their office at 81 Pront Bow. where they aaa h laaad
at ait time, we rfiwit in taote laaeaetM wnw cm
ooa ind piy ap. GBtBSSM AM Av HQPPMA,
At Straast, Lehtaaa ua.'a,
mrtS-Xm Ko. S3 Froat Btw.
TtlB arclrtciibfr a test rttrel anotber larKe of
wm ad liapreTttl
$40 AD $60 SEIFISS 3IACIIIXE?.
Oa cxhlhtloa aad tale at
SPEED, DOXOBO & BTBAMQK'S.
mylji n. JTEAROCT.
AST m.. .7. .mm TrBTtJ .m'Ji
X JLVl&VMiCS far tlt'ietl.
AQBKTLEBAXweilo,uItattoteacb a nrtt Hast
Bcxltsh atd Cuba! 3chool. I w.nfd to tike
thtrgaefth MOUNT PLBASAHT MASOHIO MALt.
AOADBMT, todwih t.e prateat nttHaaadeontlaaa aa
long aa tha I artlr may agree MeBe bat a geailesan of
operlorq,aiIlflatieB4tBl aadtahted coral rharacr
aied apply Such an tsstra-rer wig nod It to hit later
ert to raakt this permaeent totaUos.
J. D. SALE,
Cearetarr Board ar Tre.t.
Mt Plraiint,ManhiU Ooairy, Mill , Miy IS, 1S681
T P. SBini'S NOVLS COUPLETS.
u veil Lerer-s oo
SitbtI Lo r't
Indiana, George Saad.
Th Three BeaatlM, M-l Soathworth.
oanarce, ay Autaor or Watch nun.
OXey, Graham asd Peteritu. for June.
mrJ3 0. p.vrn?o.v . co.'s
B0ARDIX6 AXD BOARDING HOUSE.
ThBRSOMawlrhlarl.Aht.lalkAafH I. a nritid wnnh.
A II- hoai,orfimI!let wt'hlng boirleri, caa bo in?- I
iaiTti oj Kino) ueir name wttn
MERRILL & CO .
BUStpw JUMtis street.
g. f or lit & &r.
A CARD ISEYv" FiltM.
bartthitdtyistoeiatedwilli Q ra th Aectfea tad
CtmailHloa bviaa. Mr. J. C. nOLLAND. The
r. n. locks & co.
TWt arrtantseatwiF eaaWt mt to derate nsy tattrt
ttteatlea lo tht Beat xatale battBttt, In ill Its vaiioa
Mr. HrVLLAVD wm rrrt at aadtrliltd attectLm 4a a'
other Va.tw utratel to the 8 -ra. I beptktr thee
a tM&BMac f the Hear! patroaag herrttrort rwirta
gjae. u. v. aaivajc.
Atrll W, IMS.
O. I &CXE. mJ C. HOLLAVD-
Q. B. LOCKE & CO.,
General AgeaU aad Heal ulnie arotcrs,
62 dlara street, near Madissn,
XLX23 IVriPIXXS, T23I0-3Nr.
F4BTIC0LAB ATTEHTIOS TO SALE Or
CITY OR C0DATRT PROPERTY,
LASTD SCRIP AXD WARBAICtS.
XSRClUSDtSE NEGROES. rVR!rtTVB.E. FX
nicixs stock, e.
VTaare htr Brraa-Ml ta aMrad t OeO'lgBBient tad
tale f mrr Wlsllo. Al sd tor "MM
eftirrns wtsa I&iTraace. aatet itttterwta nmw
8TUBAHS) aad COSIUXXESn Httntea uorrai
cath araac aaoat tti Ota-tgattnlt.
NORTH MEMPHIS LOTS
On TUESDAY, 25th May, I85S,
AT ta O'CLOTC A M ,
TTTBwIBtHtMth p easier. Wt IM lit. fj. IS I,
r V is, iw.3 Mi, sat mui . ass as'.ns,
ii. 3t, 311, a lM tWwa a tat ptaa ef Of eeauw,
SifTimat. Looa'Taad Eee.
Ala-i itlt 7. 14,1.1 7. 8 tM S, it itptettBtal cn
thBliaf M.uri Owiwfc ITMtT
SoaMtth r triMo Ltt aad Itier'HuaM im lu
w Ji b; added Vs he .
Thl Bttarhosd U Kaptwrfsg rny rarld'yt preptf ty
iaitaUv lattH.Irt laTtlar ltd ih lotaM haaat MMW-
rai, w hop to hare a lira iM:o. tr htaaVr.
better prlsatty ttbay aitprty win be pftwattd that
TEBJlt Onwfttrth tub. or note tttit'teatrBr la-
drtt at K day, raterrtt addd i htltat la se, two
im tare jrt wttti Mterwt. Th Itttt to IMpn; rty
Oautbastad refmhmtttt In , ie ataala i
JC O. B. LOCEB A CO..
myM )tapF Aaettraetr ard B.tl Zttte Prtkt.
TO nire, i KERO VOMAX, wo X K. 1
vruhor tad Inatr
S. B LOOSE ft. CO .
mylt-lf Aaetttatr tad BD Batat Brtkort.
rK SATHBSAT. Mth latL. tt 10 t'tker.
yj I wtll tea to th Mgeett btMer, os ih4
pnnat, actr uurisg.. tvsb., lo pucs oa
which Mrs X. O. HBI Itrrt, eoeiaurtar tboat
tereataeB teres, wfa ta iBartTeaweti thereoa. Alt.
the Hobmcwh a Ktttaaa Farattar. Teratt tf tale
raadt kawa aiy of aal.
my7-tda WM. KBXAX HILL.
J. at. caldwxix.
A woblet rATTzaaox,
mmmiv oi Atria juaaama.
CALDWELL & EA.TTEE80N,
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers,
190 Main St., opp. VVorsbam House,
WTLL girt parUeaiar attention to talet of CTTT or
OCK7KTRT PROPBBTT, MBBCHANDISE, NBBOM,
FURXTTUBB, ax. From the Song txperteaca of oar J.
it. OaMweM la tha hatlaets, wo fee! attired that wt
wWbeahtatoglTesalbfactttatoallwho Balroatae a.
Harteg a Urre aad seadae Boat, wett aad ceetratty
leca led, we rrtpectlaliy sottett from tnr frteads and tt
paMit their patroaag, proahlag qelek tale aadproaspt
An Good ra lUro eader tataraat sates otherwU
til reeled. Liberal adraace oa oaatigameatt.
NEW MUSIC STORE
o. 6 rrorlne & Stewart's Block.
JAMES A. McCLTJEE,
RHaPBCTFTL'T aiaoaact' to tbectt' tea of Mfmhi
iBi patsle ftnTil'.y that a U rp uroi a grit tli-s
PIANO AXDMtTSICSrOBB Bit ttock of PIAXS4.
UaL'IDBOKS, VluLIXS. GUFTAR3. PLwTICS, AC
COBDEOX3, aad In fact trmy ihtac aetocciBg to tb
taaiatM.wii he lit g aad of Ih bt tjaatMy.
Hitttxkof SBRhTMCSICaad MDSIC BOOKS will
evapru all nf la ttiB'iard awlpopnUrateerajritrt
day, o.altrltcef 3oil, Potk-t, iratnet, Sehettltchci.
, armi jir, ruuum ucii.r aa-ie at'., ac
Hit Pita wm b from the celebrated Hiie.-,, Wetw
wit tt oa. aaa a. tt. ur a v . a. w left.
Piaao rtated aad real aral d a tile.
X 8. AU klad of Va.fctel faMrwaeatt rpri ia tte
bettn-aaaer Beta Btl.r Protlae X Stewart a B ck
GEM:iUL STE43IBOAT AGEST,
Xo. n Iilson Street,
tayl4m MEMPHIS. TCHM
AXiEW MEBETO tBCTIS ROJOBX.
lilERETO & ROJOUX,
Watch Makers and Jewelers,
OOBXE& OF ADAMS A KB MAIX STBEBTS,
TTTB art bow la receipt f a spreadtd stock of
t V WiTQHM, CLOCE3. aad JEB7EI.Br.
aad will lrvotaUatly a hiada fall tap. ly,
which w .ffir at rratoraMe price. IT are
prep i red ti da rBMc to-l dtaatag at all ttawr, aad
warrtat iosIt Mttttaettea ia an catet OalltB4ex
arata r atom. mt l?-lr
LABOR rnsch Plate, Pier aad UvXH LOOCIKO
fiLASB8, rtettred tttt weeh. f laea New Tork. Pier
ts terea. etatt aad ali-fH hf a. with plain
aad otaaaaea'at rrtatet, for le, it Xw ork arkea
jteXlNKET i OI).
BanWta aad ATaliarhe Ctay. rayl at
ANOTHH lot of SPBIAli IEB8 iut reeeired. by
aiyl Ita MeClKrrgr ft CO
ALIKSLT NRBO WOMA.V. a ftir Cask.
Vrthr tM Ire&or. ahoat 77 .r 58 peart of
tar, -ad hrrehl d. Tycartotag. a Uktiy trl.
A pr at thlt ueS. f1tr
KlIPLOiJIEXT Tt AXTED,
BT A TOTTjra MAV. reoatty ftvn OrMbti. S. O
E has aal taatmM exa.rtiK la Bry Oeodt,
vloth-.K, tad abw Onorrtet. aad pna'm to dente h t
ihHeilinttH t th iatemt t hn tmJhtjer. TeH-at-Ut
wl'h ragard to harafer aad balaM rtaMtty.
m AddreM L., at thu'ctStee. Io,nlre atlheeSB-e
ct r tt. ua n utyoeo oaax Betmag, ap stitra.
Four Thousand Dollars
BEANS AS SWAMP LAMB 0IP. for a'e la saeat
GEXERAL ADTERTISIXC AXD C0L
LECTLGAGKXCT. M K U U iTi li fc C O.,
ko. 3 howabd's aew.
HATIKSUb h)hd oaneiTrata the ibarealati,
we retpectfaltr taHcK the patreaige tf the corsint-
Keep ceeataattr on haM a See sa4 select itek if
Jfear telle, PrrtVici.'. Sc
if Refer to Jtt K. Merrtetia. Wm. Pirk. ?. R
rTrxw, Rev Dr. Birb-e, Arehthald Wrght. Etq , Jadt
jbo A. .-tooe. u weriey ntterKB. M. u QaHawty, L,
D. SUckary, Ballet ta Oamptny, McClaBahaa, Traasdal
at ni. ip-ly
rpRE eia-aartaert.aip betweea Drs UOBARD3 aad
Dr. W. H. Htwktst. aw permiaeatty I ci 14. leader.
Ms pwfritioail frrrees to the pablta OOor. hanat
attiyoTer hhe Ptt Oesor, (frtnt room.) where he can h
roaa at a 1 timet, exorpt waes prwestioaaay aaeeat.
LOLA SAVAS I7IGIR STORES
HAS thehazn topab Idy asaoasce U hie frtWw-etH-aea..
aad e penally to tboM who ltk- a a d Ckrtr
tbat, in oeeleace to 'he rrotttBg win t f Che erty. he
baaopeaed a I7Xw OIGAR BTtiBB. la the haiWsig re
oeBtly tenpinl br the Seathern B.ak on Madlsoa street.
Sit wet a Kara aad Pr at Bow. Tbe pahtx seed ae atn
rar nlatlT l the Gts I th.II pre. .at It will he
at.fS1eat ti sty. thtt that eattb!t,heietit. a at ar o'hr
tore, gitmta wtH alw.yi be pleated My Has aaa
currfnJer ire telltale, tat et.oiars aad rr
whah"anrraew h thrtrpalr aage. w. aiwaya Sad at
their cemeuad all Ihe tbolce hrtad taawn ia the trade.
G. P. OARDONA.
isjtSdgwTwH A seat.
DR. H.J. HOLMES, SE5,
FOBVBLTet Sprlag RMre, aad reoaatlyet BraadoQ
MWi , hat located la lfttaei ta practice ta ra
ilea, bravch-t tf hit -rtfMi f t. Par th last cieattta
yurake has dereled h i attcatles more parircalarry t
aterla dn-ae aad vetdtt dai bx plrterltlea. Et
hit a forlattd wi hhittielf his Km Dr. IUrr.e. Jr
Krriat TB Hoo. Henrys Poote.Chiriei Brett, L.
T. Dixea, A M. Put. B M Amy aad John Robert-
aaa, Fretldeatof Mrsph'tiad Ltltlt. Reck aal road.
OrPICB . Mils, ttreet Retldeec. Oart street,
hefo Third. OSe.- hoart 8 to a. m. tad 4 te 8 r. If.
SOUTHERIf DEPOT FOR
Celecrated la.pwt ed Premlnti
Parnily and Hanufacturiog
At McKlaney hi f. 't P.raltnr Store, No. 192,
MAI If STRBKT, MBMPBI8, TKKX
EDtTIW DBAK, At cat far 81ngera laeeatparabe Sew
lar Maeatae., retpeetfarry aaaoaaces that he bait
r maBcea ny toe extraird'sary aoMt attending hia
es.ru la St Lotu. tad th tacr atr.( drauad from
Tesaeite aad Arktnssi ta estahiish aa Agency ts Mem
phis. It ia two yeara alec h opeaed aa cflca ta St
Loala, aad rat of soreral haadrul Machtse aoid Bet a
single sfaeMti hat trer required repilrh g or faBed U
glTethehantii'bfaeltsa The genera! rtmaik te
tsx : I woaM nt pirt wllh my Srwlrg Uachlat for a
theatd Mltr U I cotM Bot get tBotaer I eaa-t tm
agiae bow I trer t aleag wltheat it " Ladtre ao leni
erotmolila that ib-y cannot rt thtr tewlag done
Relieied from th era igeryot the neetM. tri the H
oaae oeoHqs.at thete o. th-y hare kUare for more
agreeable tad nu r heaHhmi accaaatlB. PUattrt de
al sn thtt laey hav tared th cast of a MuMae ta
few wtete The tame rem rk hare beta made hy Ht'el
keepers. Drimiktrs.Taiiort,EarBcHai,kers. Choetaa
J0 . " TB,, 1rb ''I' parchaj a Siagtr
Sewias MieeJee. wB toon Bnd themterre bbrad the ar.
Ho rUk it Incurred in harleg a Singer Machln. In aa
mach a i rrerr oo la w tmated not to get catof order.
It nat abased Warranted to make perfectly the eeaatl-rnilBt-rlock
atlUh thlt win team hem.teP, gather, te ,
It U adapted to all terti it work, tod It th out Hitch
thtt win neither rip nor rarel. Warra-L'd to do tie
Hgttett aa well aa the hearlett work. Tbe altealton ef
the ladles U riepeetfnlry reqrwttrd to the new PamPy
and Btadtir Machiae. which Ie CBameated ln the high
est style of art, aad It heyead qaettl-a th mast bean
tlrnl aa weB at Ih molt nacfal Family Machis erer la
AO Tt.ltera ooatleaoa.tr reeeired, whether they with
ta anrchase or to gratify earveity.
tf VachlM sM at Sew Tork prices with th rait of
trtBtpsrtatlB adAed. mrisawty
TIIE pirtanhtpheretofor eslttiac ander th name
at SIMOX 1 8ES8SBI, la thla (Say d Atolred by Um
Ulltoa All pertoat Indeblett to th Ule flrra wtQ
pieitte tntka lmaedliU payment, aad thoa tartar
ctatmallpretettbrmforaetileaenl. M. Slmonwfn
conUoa th hnsiattt at th old tuad. bat tth.r Bitty
It iithorixod U as th narnaot lh Arm la Kcjtldatica
imnii, April as. 1833. X- B,MB.5B.,B1
A TBRT deitnhlj offiot ra Wtikeri block.
J- B08ISSOW II TOCXO,
38 Madttea 'trL
ALSO, Sogar. Coffe, Holaaaes. Tt. Tohtcco, Cliart, 1
. Bare toe. Pin. Xcla, Jte.. he
Jar sale cy j r. PBAXX. I
5 J 3ta. 3S Prcnt Zaw. I
tocral tuition gntw
THOS. J. HARRIS,
Auctioneer and General CobubIssIob
Salesroom 277 Kain Street.
aKT) BSPZCTFtTLLT toHeHi eaaiKamtnaof Merchaadla'
heoj Jtt fr taioatPttbBt A action. I hoM reralar sal of
Dry Good, won uaaort aaa wan, vtamonat u,
Jewelry, FUas Forte., PahtMagt, Scarpttr!, aad Mtr
ehaadltt (taertBy, lor the display and tale of which my
new and spacloaa saitarooattcur tacraa iKmw.
lUxral aaTaace mad on toaflgameat, when desired
aad prompt rttarat ia afl ea. miria
E HOW IN STORE
An Immense SIocVl ol
Are ftartietilarljr lTHe4 te eaH and
Examine my StocU.
AS I WILL SELL
50' PER CENT JLESS
Tii.ii c. Aer... j t 41.1- rii.
intu bici uucicu in tiaiai vitjt
I"1 r, O I 1 1 tl rrnir .
r a v a t 8
UtVEJT COLL AltS,
rX7!CY COTTO.V SHIRTS.
HOSIERY, large rarlety,
HATS ASD OAV9,
JSoots and Shoes
A'EGRO GOODS, &C, ti.C
THOS. J. HABBIS,
WB are aataattftd Seaaaetnee QEORGB DtZOX, at
a nadtdulB far Mayor at tee aext Mas ttaal eiectteo
WB areaathertaed aal reqeeated te aaaoaaca B. D.
BATCH u a caadtdit -or rte lata to the orSc ef
Maw. attheeatBtagMaatetpattlwtltn. arll.tt
WB ar requited w iwh.bc. w O. LOPLAXD, a
cuiMitf rer Mayer at th eaiatag MaaJeAyal tecttoa.
WB areaatherrnd tad rrqsted t) aaaoaace JOBtC
MARTIN, at acstattldaxettrthearllee of Mayor at th
cBtausg Jaa elect lea. n rS8
WB art aataorir d W anaoaaee J. B. BDBOMDSOjT
at a eaad dale for Alts-rataB tram Ihe lint Wart, at U
eaaalag Jaa 'h ctiea. myiO
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
WB are awteerht d aodretiaeMed lo aaxoaacs JOHM
NEWSOMaaicaadM nor re-elect ten ta th office
City Tax Bali Hi r, at i eaaalsg etucHaa ia Jaa.
WK are aathrtrlttd te aaaoaaca JOHN H. BOWBM aa
a eaataaalo for OUy Tu-Ctttor at the ennlng Jaa
WB irt aatBtrtted ta aaaoaac P. T. UISACZXR
a a caadhttt for the oAc ot Lily Becordrr, it the a
tatag Jaa rleettta. my8a-te
B B. BBOWX la a caadhlat tor Recorder at h la
FOR CITY RECORDER.
WE araaataorited aa4 reqatried ta aaaoante HBMB
P. HILL aa a Candtdata far th affica ot City Reorder, at
the eaaalag elect I n. mrSt-tt
FOR CITY RECORDER.
WB art aasherlxed anl miaetted to aaaoaaca TH85.
M BA3T a a emUdite for re-election to the office of
Cttr Beccrder. at taeenialBg Jaae election. ap3-t
FOR CITV MARSHAL.
WE are talh-rl-ed ta aasoaao W J. WBITSTTT aa
a candidate for City Marshal, at th eaiatBg Jane eleo.
FOR CITY MARSHAL.
WB are acthartz to aBEoeare PAUL O. BAT aa a
eaadMate tor City Marshal, at the ratals Jaa eictlB.
FOR CITY MARSHAL.
WB tr tatheriaed aad reoaetted ta annaaaca WM.
UKDERWOOD as a candidate for re-elect lea te the ocoa
ef City Marshal, at the eatsjag jtm election.
FOR CITY MARSHAL.
WB are authorised ta leseaece PRANK BTBD a
caadhlaU for U oace ef City Marahal at the enanlag
Jase etectlea. mr-S-te
FOR. CITY MARSHAL;
WB er aathorited aad requested to announce S. A.
MOOBX at a east Mate lor tily Manhal, it th ensamg
Jaa ejeetiea. mr3S-te
FOR TVHARF.n ASTER.
WB ara aathorited to anaauioe A. H. ATZRT aa a
ea4Maaforre.electleBUtheeaee of Wharfmaster
at the ens Tine Jaa etUq. apti-te
WB are aatarixed and requested to aanoaac? TOBt 1 8
WtiLPE, asaiaadKUtoPr th ofSco of Wharfm.ster.
at the eatatag Jan ejection. apjl-tc
FOR CAPTAIJT OF DAY POLICE.
WK ar aathorlxed to aaaoaace 8 M. ISSms a
eaadtdalefertheerareot Captain of th Say PoHc at
tha ensalax Jaae electloa. asI7-te
COST! CASH! COST! CASH! COST!
New Good3 ! Ne-w Qooda !
ARRIVAL OP A LABGB LOT OP
SPRING AND SUMMER
CHEAP LAWNS, Ae.ftc
And a general ateortmeat'of
STAPLE ASD FASCY DRF GOODS, .
Whitb we wBt teH ea it
Oostt f o z- O a n h t
Per thirty diys If yoa wtat hirgtlai, tach is' wit
aertr beftre boaght we wiat moeey.
nrorB trs a call cj
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