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THE DAILY AEBE'AL.
SATURDAY MAY 2, 1857. 3?" Extra copies of the Daily Appeal lor ie ai oar uesaung-uoom iui moruuix. gTA fire occurred &t Apalacbicola last SuiMUy, which destroyed two thousand tilet of cotton. We are without telegraphic dispatches mis morning, me ini sot ueisg m worawg oruer, yei tcrday. g" We are indebted to the Adams' Express Company for a late Augusta paper, and a New Tork Htrcli, of the 271 h sit. Trial of Fire Engines. The grand trial of Fire Engines wrH take place ihli afternoon, at half pitt three o'clock. I&f We are under obligations to the officers et the H. D. A'ciccomb for a package of late Hew Orleans papers. "The river is now at a stand. The weather last eveniig was clear and pleasant. The ChaneeUor passed down, and the Republic, R. ir. Adam aad H. D. Xevcomb np. g"Ttie large tract of land embracing some are vr six nuuurea tots auverusea ur sale to-day, wll set commence until Monday morning, as mar be seen by reference to oar advertising caimans. (P" We had the nleasure of a visit, veater- day.irwa Dr. Gibbj. editor of the South Carolinian, yaoiuava ai ueiesota, a. u. ThU paper has a large cir - cslaUn, and affords a flae medium for our merchants to make their business known In South Carolina. -vccidekt; a neirro nor Deioneinr to Mrs. Bbockbs was severely IsJnred Testerdar mornlnrhiih. nmil.Att....nf . .vu. v. IZZIZT'"- AportIoaof 0"The Mattie Wayne, Captain Riley, U, upon her return frem the txcorsioa trip to-morrow, will, suit cn an exesralen to St. Louis, returning here next Thursday ercc&g. This Is a 2ao chance for persons to Tisit St. Louis. Planters are requested to call and ex amine the sewly dbceTereu method of fastenlni Iron hoops on cotton bales, known as "McCemb's Iron Tie." which, togethejjuth ether Improvements, may be sten 'at taeoficaof thtPaieatce, No. 219 Main street. Interistisg Ceeemoky. The Phoenix Fire Company ef Chariestea, during this morning, proceed to throw from their engine the briny water of the Atlantic ocean, which they bresght with them. Into the Mississippi nrer This isterestteg ceremony, wW, no'dsubt, draw a concourse of persons to the landing. The Camberland Presbyterian fair, since the weather has ImpraTed, promises to be not only an Infi nitely agreeab e, but a meney-makisg aSair. It was nu merously attended last night, establishing the fact beyond controversy, that our people are determined to give all the requisite aid to the beading ef the sew church in ccn tesrplatien. We are requested to say that lunch will be again si rved to-day at aH beers. Pickk)cket Arrested. On Wednesday evening, a pickpocket was arrested at the depot ef the Mmpbls and Chariesteu SaBread. He picked the pocket of Mr. Martin, of Palaskl. Mr. M. discovered the robbery Immediately, and caught the pickpocket by the throat. The latter dropped the pocket-book upon the ground, when Mr. X., still beMing ea to the thief, stooped and picked it up. The pickpocket was handed over to the petter, who caged him The a.rae fellow attempted to pick a peciet abevt twe weeks since, hut made bis escape. He refused to give Ms name. The Celebration. The following is the programme of ttt-&aya proceeding, as resolved upon by f Arrangements : At 9H, a. m., Cesmsa School Procession, and Plc-Nlc at the Navy Yard. AtllH, A. at., Address. At 3, t. M., Steamboat Excursion and Dinner. The City Councils and iavrled guest, the guests ot the Board ef Mayer asd Aldermen. At 3t, r. M., Fire Department of Charleston, Nash tDK and Memphis, win make a display of engines and I kill - At night, cannro aad Pyrotechnic display. Cinr School Procession-, Ice The Schools ant their Teachers wlH meet at their respective school roiss ea Satardsy morning, ai niae o'clock ; thence they wan proceed to Oeert Square, where tee precession wffl I be formed about half-past nine o'clock. From Court Square, preceded by the Mayor and Aldermen, vif iters aad speakers, tbey wffl march up Main street to the Navy Tard. There addresses win be delivered by BlshepPiEBCE and etbr- a3,Ll-ak: will Uke place at about 2 o'clock. The self Tm3F 80 visit to our city, and eur private acheels aad teaAers, are lespectfuUy Invited to participate In the proceedings at I he Navy Tard. Mr. O. V Faceler wiM act as Chief Marshal on the occasion. LEROT POPE, Superintendent. A Savannah Train on the Bakes of the Mississippi. The Savannah JJeyuiZiccn, ot Tues day morning SSeh alt., says : This aeneuncimeat w..uM have startled the world twenty years ago, yet it is to be rea'lxed durieg the prestnt week. A train wffl leave the Central det at five o'clock this morning, asd arraage ments have been made to run K ever the entire route from the Atlantic to the Mississippi, without change of passengers or baggage. This is a glorious constmmatlon; and what is mere true, Savannah atone can accomplish tefeat. We trust our western frietds will receive It as an earnest that we are set si wide apart that we do not desire to take them by the hand aad cultivate their ac- tintance. The Committees ef Ceufiett, and the Chamber e Com merce, together wtth a aumeer ef our prominent mer chants and ether etttzest, have taken passage. Among the latter, are R. R. CirriXR, Esa. , Pr-sldent of the Central railroad, and eur cstemporary, A. R. Lamas, Esq , of the Georgian end Journal. Complimext to Exgineers. Yesterday beA ton the arrival of the last accommodation train from Georzia. containing delegations to Memphis from Charleston, Augusta, Savaasah, Vaoon, Atlasta, Rome, and other kcaHttes, K was suggested by one of the dele gates from Augusta to take up a subscription to be pre sented to the engineers asd firemen of the train. They had worthily and assiduously dome their duty In their positions, and K was considered highly proper that the delegates tbeaid ahsw their appreciation of their services by some solid demonstration. The proposal was cber fnjy adopted by the delegates, and a committee consisting of Dr R. W. Gibds from Columbia, S. C, W. Skiicxer from Richmond county, Ga., J. S. Clare of Augusta, and E. Platt ef Charleston, to coBt-ct funds aad carry out the suggestion. The sara ef seventy-are deilzrs was collected, and dis tributed as toBowt : To Mr Tsaijcer, Engineer of the " Nlckajack," forty dollars. To Mr. loxo. Assistant Engineer, tweaty dollars, Tf aremen, Johnston and England, Ave dollars each, anC to the negro firemen two dollars and a half a piece Mr Trainer was tevHed Into the cars by the commit tee, and addressed by Dr. R. W. GlBBI, who, on the part t,t the delegates, expresstd to him their thanks for his carefulness and eOdeccyln the management ef hlsen- 4; line, asd the speed andrafety with which be hid conveyed them from Atlanta, Georgia a distance of four hundred fifty mile without Intermission. Mr. Trainer ac knowledged theesmpHment in a modest and feeling man ner, when the passengers gave three cheers for the en gineers, aad the whale affair passed off agreeably to all ptrtie . B.. 'W. GIBB3, Chairman J. S. Sale, Stcrtlsry. gS" Persons of sedentary habits, who are genera ly affected with Vertigo, Languor and Exhaustion, Nausea acd Headache, have Is Ecerhave's Holland Bitters a grateful remedy. It gives strength and energy to the eystem, stimulate the dlsgestive organs, and corrects acTdity of the stomach. We would caution the public against purchsshlng any of the many Imitations of this dclghtful Aroma, To nrvent imDOiitkms. be careful to ask for ErSRHAVE' Holland Bitters. rnSERAL IJfVITATIO. The friend of Mr. Phillip and Catherine Garvin are Invited to attend the funeral of their son John B-, on SUNDAT, the 3d, at 2 o'clock, from their residence on Thnr ton Avenue. D2 Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad. GKAND BAILBOAD JUBILEE AT MEMPHIS, 1st and 2d of May Next. AMPLE arrangements are being made for the accom modation of aa who may wish to participate la the tsUvitle of the occasion. Tbe Trains will run as follows : The regular HaH Train wfll leave Memphis at 7:15 A. M , arriving at Sardl at 10:16 A. M. Returning, leave Sardl at 10.35 A. St., arriving at Memphis 1:25 P M- Jt , , Tte Accommodation Train win leave Sardl at t.to A. it., and a it ve at Memphis at 10 A. M. Returning, leave Jfemphl at 3:40 P. tt., and arrive at Sardisat7:00 T il. "2fo freight win be carried those day. a Sunday Train, leaving Sardls at 6:0 A. a., ar riving at Memphis at 10 A. M. Returning, leaves Memphis at 3:40 p. M., arriving at S-rdis at 7:O0 P. K. 3- Fare reduced lor the occasion. 5Sg-dawtmay2 E. M. PATRICK. Sept. Notice PLANS and proposals will be received by the trader signed until the fourth proximo, for fencing and en closing Court Square with a substantial and ornamental Iron Railing. We wish It understood that the whele cost of completion is to be covered by the sum of $10,000, and that bidders xer the contract must submit their plans and specifications In such a manner that the tn-derslgaed may determine upon the quality ef work, weight of mateilal per foot or yard and time of accomplUhment. IT.'b Approved bond and security win be required, both a to the quality of the work according to contract, acd a lo tbe time ot completion that may be agreed on. C. U. FACKLER , SMd THOS. J. FINNIC, ColSSttte pC5 S. B. CURTIS, ) LmmllWe- fottwml Itatta. Memphis daily appeal office, Satueday, May 2. 1SE7. I MEMPHIS COTTON QUOTATIONS. Inferior 9 (310 Strict Middling. 13V31SX lTUinary I0KII I Good Ordinary.... ll' 11X Good Middilng.l3H(l3X Middling Fair. .11 Fiir, scarce.... nosilnaL Middling 12X13 6. W. CltEHRY,... Pr trident. D. B. MOIXOT,. C. H HAILE, arrrttOJir. TTferurer. Memphis Life and General Insurance Comp'y, (LATE C. W. CHERRT CO ) Exchange and Bank Noto List. New Tork Exchange KI Prem 0'e ciidunatl Loultvlll Gold I silver. I Land Warrants........ 90105cu'i acre Louisiana Bank SAti Pr Hprea Norlkern " ' par Kprem All cncurrent moaer bought and sold. Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip bought and ao)d. myl Just Received. PER steamer John Slmonds 90 bales heavy India Bagging ; 10 tierces Rice, prime; fin bags Tellow Tarn Sweet Potatoes ; SO bats Onions ; On consignment and for sale lew to the trade by GOODLRTT. BONE it CO., myl-dJt No. 47 Freat Row. I Embroideries, 1 liuts, I ralMMIpAisOLS I PASS PKnrnifERiES. . ' &c.&c I At the Bazaar of Fashion. E. BARINDS & CO., I apJO S23 Main street. NELSON & NEWELL3 WHOLESAI.E SEALERS lit W?SfJ3 SJiB YA fVtgftfZ. Cfc JLJZV ZIUM TO..ACCO, OLD B0DRD0X AXD RYE WHISKY, SIASUrACTURERf Or Domestic Liquors and Rectified Whisky, MAIN STREKT, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF UNION, MEMPHIS, TEXX. AVE in Store 4 half pipes Otard, Tupey & Co., Brandies; 2 " " PineLCastiOenCo..(lrandles; Sr. plpea " " " E " " Henersey, " 10 " casks Pert Wine; 8 " Uad " t " " Old Sherry Wise; 100 bsis. Old Bourbea Whisky; 60 " " Rje 200 " Rectified " 100 cases Ginger Wire; 300 bi Is Ale ; 300,000 assorted Clears ; 75 boxes See Tirglnia Tobacco. Together with a large and varied assortment of geeds in our line, lo which the attention of the trade is rtspect folly sollcittd. ap30-d3m WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Hardin County, Tenn. (SECOND SEASON UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF THE PROPRIETOR.) THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS will be opened on the 1st June nett, for the accommodation of my friends and the public. I have a large Ice House fall ot Ice. An excellent Band of Music will be in attendance during the en' Ire season. The Depot wil be at Burns- ville, on the Mtmpnis and Charleston Railroad. I have made arrangements with Mr. J. T. Chldester. who will have plenty if Sue Coacbes at the Depot. All can rely on triing through direct tee same day th-y leave Memphis. He will also have fl.e Buggies i nd Carriages at the Springs. ap!9-daw2m GEO. SHALL. tTcfforsou. Street, la ththouti occupied formerly by Mrt Thompson, HAS Inst roturred with the finest and best stock cf testa' and ladies' BOOTS tnl SHOES, which, being selected eipressly for this market. ' -bei he warrants for durability and late style. At the same time, be te- ders his thanks to his old pa irons for past favors, and hopes for a liberal patronage In the new strnd Just removed to. where he will be always eaay 10 aiieaa 10 any were in bis line at the earliest no Ice. AnearlycaUlssaiiclted. atS-Jm Wit. MILLER. J3-BuHetin please copy. C. N. AVERILL, Eecdvinj, Forwarding and Commission AGENT, (SUCCESSOR TO T. STENHOU3E & fO.,) NO. 4 HATNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C. T) EFKRENCES Jshn Caldwell, Presld'ht S. C. R. R., XL Cetumbii. S C i Col. J. A. Wbitesidea, aud H. W. Msssengale, Chattanooga, Teas ; Grr ;w. Williams &. Oe , Charleston, S C ; Chas. N. Anderson, General Agent, Nashville, Tenn.; Wm. Tajlor & Co., Montgom ery, Alabama. Parttnslar attention given to the SETTLEMENT of FREIGHTS, and for lost and damaged Goods by vessels, apll dly 100 Barrels Flour, VARIOUS brands, from the best Extra to Superfine, for sale by B. MERRILL, nct2S Vain tr-t ISAAC NEVILL ....A. J. CUNNINGHAM. NEVH.li & CUNNINGHAM, DEALERS IN SLAVES, No. 174 Main Street, three doors North cf Adams. WE have thirty five likely Negroes far le, and will keep constantly on hard a gqd sup- ?h ply of likely Negroes, cocsl-l ng of net, boyf,0!jK and gins, field hands and buae servsnts alL3Sl of which will bi sold ou reasonable terms, and fully guar antied. We wPI alio Board and Sell Negroes, on commission belnx well provllid fort bat buslnert. ap2sdawly JDJUMCT MOUTM TO UTASniXGTOS, ARK., TEXAS, &G. STAGE leaves Gaiter's Landing, Ark., (Mississippi river,) MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and KKIDATS, at 6 a M., asd arrives In Washington in fitly hours. Fare $13. Washington passeage-s haye the preference ot seau Passing through Monticeflo, Warren, Hamp ton and Camden, connecting at Camden wth Stage lines to E'dorado and to HotSpilBgs via Princeton, Tulip and Rockport. Connecting at Washington with Hue to Clarksville, Texas, Shreteport, Louisiana, and Little Sock, Atk. The road through the Mlssisstpul bottom Is greatly Im proved, and money has been appropriated from the In ternal Improvement and other funds which guaranties that it win be made equal to any other portion of the road this summer. BMOAN tc CO., Proprietors. Belsiko k. Stone. Agents, ap29-datwlm Gaiter Landing. J..ESlcOTTrcsrCO, MANUFACTURERS OF LARD OIL, SOAP AND CANDLES, Foot of Jefferson Street, MEMPHIS. TENN. WE also keep on hand COTTON SEED OIL, which we guaranty to answer all purposes for which Lard Oil Is used. We have certificates from competent Judges to this effect. We can sell it ttn per cent cheaper than Lard Oil. ai30-3m NOTICE. THE pnWIe are hereby forewarned from trading for a note drawn by me and payable to the order of R. G. Edwards, for the sum of $1,000 dated 21st April, 1SS7. The note wa. loit accidentally tals day, and I will not pay It but at the extent ot the liw. apM-sw B. MTERS. Wanted Immediately, GOOD GARDENER liberal wages paid Apply to J. M. SHAW k CO., OSce on Bank Avenue, 1st door from Madlon-st. marl8-tf ISTEW BOOKS ! JUST BECEIVED, AT LuMB, Y0UAG & CO.'S, No. 259 Main Street. SEVEN Tears Street Preaching In Ssn Francisco, em bracing Incidents ot Triumphant Death Seiner, &.., by Rev. Wm. Taylor. Earnest Christianity, Illustrated, by Caughey. Showers of Blessings from Clouds of Mercy, by Cauihey. Revival Miscellanies, from the works of Jas. Caughey. Life In The Itinerancy. Popular Oblectlons to Methodism Answered, or tbe Con vert's, Counselor, by Daniel Wise. Tbe Desert cf Stall, a Journey from Cairo Beraheba, by Horatlus Bo- ar, D. D. Tbe Herott of Methodlf m, by Wakeley. The Pioneers of Ue West, by Strickland. Irving' Life of Washington. Lives of tbe Lord Chancellors of England, by Lord John Campbell. Lives of the Chief Justices of England, by Lord John Campbell. Sparkes American Biography. AppH ton's Cyclopedia of Biography. The above, together with a large assortment of Scbeol, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Books, which can be seid cheap, by LAMB, TOUNG tt CO., ap30 259 Main street. M. C. 0AY0E & SON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, General Agents & Real Estate Brokers No. 25 Madison Street. Itlemphis, Tens. febl-Jtr W. E. MILTON, 26 Madison Street, Up Stairs, INSURANCE AGENT, FOR SOME OF THE BEST Mariner Insurance Companies in the United States. Exchange antlNote Brolter. I win attend to the negotiation of all NOTES KXD BILLS OF EICIIAKGE. OC17 , PIANOS. PIANOS. TENTT-F1VE Piano Fortes, Just received and for aale very low at McKI.VNET k CO. '3. gp7-Im Hl prem . Sl prem . X Kprem Kf prem .1 ' Kprem .1 &i urern Beautiful Teeth. BURNETTS ORIENTAL TOOTH WASH, prepared by Messrs. Joscm Bukdett&Co, 41.Tremont street, Boston, arrests dtesy of the Teeth, neutralizes the secre tions ot the month, renders ths gums hard and healthy. and impaits to the breath a fragrance .peculiarly aro matic and pleasant E3" For sale by S. MANSFIELD k CO. and all Drag. gists at 60c and $1 per bottle. ap30-dtwlw A New Pleasure. WE hare alwa, . considered th. real Farina Cologne Waterasthe most midest and proper luxury forour toilet tawe, but the other day we ere tempted by a itr&y bottle of BURNETT'S KALL1STON, or ORIENT WA TER, prepared by Messrs. Joseph Bursett it Co., Tretnont street. We yield It the pa'm t the effect u tu utary and the perfume Is exquisite; alter the appllcatlou we feel as bland and balmy as a May morning. We beg to suggest to the proprietors to make It less Irresistible If they expect to supply the demand. Botlcn Gazette. For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO., and dealers gener ally. Piiee 60e. and $1 per bottle. sd30- atwl w TTlien ive Eear THAT ministers, lawyers, editors. Physicians, and men of Intelligence, come forward aud advocate any cause, we are inclined to believe that It Is a Just one. So, in lite manner must we believe when that class of persons endorse, and recommend any article for the public good, he it for their morals or health for the latter, Leonard's c i), ..j i r, j... .. tbem, and all who have rued It, as a universal and never failing cure for Chills and Fever; and In our humble opinion, it Is ail that need be desired for the afflicted to loenecr a cure. apC6-rlawlw Wliite Teetli, Perfumed Breatli and Beautiful Complexion, CA be acquired by using th '-Balm or a Thou sand Flowers." What lady or gentleman would re main under the curse of a disagreeable breath, when, by using the "Balm or a TnocsANO Flowxb" dentiifice, would not only render it sweet, but leave the teeth white as alabaster? Many persons do not know their breath is bad, and the subject Is so delicate their I friends will never mention it. Beware of counterfeits. Be sure each bottle is sigsed. XETRIPGE i. CO., New Tork. SZj Far sale by all Druggists. apl7-deodly E. E. P. DAVIDSOiV, nnvvv it t . vn knvKf - n.u... n.v " " ouu - nower aua asningiou counties, wm do founa at the Comm'rcUl Hotel, cn tbe 1st, 2d and 3d days of May. apl5 t!3may FOR SALE. fnwo DRAT3 also two Dray Licenst3,wblch have eight jl sau mu9 monies to run. Apply to ffbt-tf (i WYNNE k GIBSON. e For Sale, AN extra likely NEGRO GIRL, sixteen years old, of good qualities. Prefer telling her In or near the city, No one need apply who cannot give her a comfortable and permanent home. Apply to EDM0NDS0N k ARMSTRONG, apM-3w 247 Main street. SAFAXXAn RAILROAD R0DTE. Special Notice to Shippers. THE completion ot the Memphis and Charleston Rail- road, which has Just been accomplished, connects this city (Memphis) with Savannah, Georgia, by continuous 11. Shippers of Goods from or tu Northern and East. ern cities will find It greatly to thtlr Interest to order their shipments via Savannah. Beside the ability and willingness of this line to effer every facility afforded by the Charleston route, it possesses one peculiar advantage over It. Theie is one trans-shipment Zest by Savannah than by Charleston. Goods and Produce are transported between Savannah and Atlanta, In the same cars, with out detention or trans-shipment. Rates of frelrit are at present same as by the other route. Handbills, containing rates and other informa tion relative to the Savannah Line, will be issued in due time. itr. J. A. 3. Tcttix is the sgeat of the Central Rail road, in New Tork. Office No. 13 Broadway, where he will be please! to furnish rates, and confer with Son'h ern Merchants or their Agents in thit city, as to the ad. vantages of shipping via Savannah. A. G. WARE, Agent Savannah Line, Atlanta, Georgia. aplO-dtwewlm A NEW DISCOVERY. THE many evidences adduced in this city place it be yond doubt as lo the permanent cure ot CONSUMPTION In aH of its farms, by the continued usect Dr. SLEDGE'S HOARHOUND PECTORAL. CROUP relieved In one minute. apll Those of our Readers WHO are under the nectssity of miking applications to the hair will do well to read the advertisement of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative la another column. In the space of lime which it has been before the public, it has won for itself a reputation unequalled by any other ar ticle of the kind no known" and wherever tried, it has. so far as our knowledge extends, been tried with success, Jacksonville Constitutionalist, Slarch, 1SS5. To be had of O. J. Wood k Co., 114 Market street, St. Louis, and of druggists generally. aprilI7 daw3w Tot Spring and Summer of 1857, Rffi GENTLEMEN. ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Casslmere HATS, re ceived at WHEATON'S, 75 Front Row, where those In want of a f uper and fashionable HAT will please call. Constantly on hand and receiving the largest and finest stock of S0F1' HATS In the city at febOt WHEATON'S. 75 Front Row. No itli Alabama, Middle Tennes see andNorth Mississippi Trade: THE DEMOCRAT, HuntsvUle, Alabama, published by J. Withers Clay, Edi.or and Proprietor, is nearly thirty-five years old, and is mnch (he largest paper In North Alabama, and its proprietor believes it is the oldest and has the widest and most general circulation of any Alabama paper In the Southern counties of Middle Ten nessee ; the counties of Jackson, DeCalb, Madisen, Mar shall, Limestone, Morgan, Blount, Hancock, Lawrence, Lauderdale, Franklin and Walker counties. In Alsbama, and the Northern counties of Mississippi. Advertise ments left at the Mrjtr-nis Apfeai. Office; with James Penn. Esq., or forwarded directly to -The Democrat, Iluntsville, Ala.," promptly Inserted at reasomble rates. April 2, 1657. Memphis and Charleston R. R. At a meeting of the Board ot Directors of the Mem phis and Charleston Railroad Company, held at Hunts vUle, Ala., on the 19th February, 1S57, tbe following re solution was unanimously passed : Resolved, That in accordance with tbe power and au thority given in the fifteenth section of the Charter of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, the Beard of Di rectors of said Company hert by declare that all stock ho'ders wbo do nat pay out fully th. stock they hold in said Comraoy. on or before tbe 30th day of June next. that tbe same will be forfeited to the Company, including I all stock wholly or partly unpaid ; and tbe Treasurer of I each division of tbe Road be required to give notice to thai err ci. from ine isiot April lo inezuinot jnnenext. A true copy cf tho minutes. W. B WALDRAN, Treasurer Western Division. Memphis, April 1.1S57. api-td Will. A. Ratchelor's Hair-Dye. GRAT, RED or RTJSTT HAIR dyed Instantly to a beautiful and Natural BROWN or BLACK, without tie least Injury to hair or skin. & Fifteen Medals and Diplomas have been awarded to WM. A. BATCrtELOB since 1SJ9, and over 80,000 appli cations have been made to th hair ot his patrons of his famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair and whis kers Is unjust, as It would be against covering a bald head with a wig. Wk. A. Batchelob'i Haib-Dve produces a color not to be distinguished from nature, and is verrantcd not to Injur In the least, however long It may be con tinued. Made, sold or applied. (In nine private rooms,) at the Wig Factory, 2SJ Broadway, New Tork. Sold In all cities and towns of the United States, by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. X3T The Genuine has the name and address upon a steel-plate engraving on four sides ot each bottle, of WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR, 233 Broadway, New Tork. X3" For sale by S. MANSFIELD k. CO., and Druggists generally. mayn-ciwawiy EIEJDES! HIDES! HIDES! 100,000 Hides "Wanted ! FOR which we will pay the highest market price In cash. We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER and BEAR SCINS. In fact, any Skins used by TAN NERS or FURRIERS, wa want at the HIGHEST CASH PRICE. GEO. FHILLEB k CO., nov!2-Sm 78 Front Row. Tvyi pnT-tin to FoTTtHloH DB. CHEESEMAN'S pills. THE combinations of Ingredients In these Pills are th result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting all ir regularities, painful menstruation, removing all obstruc tions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, disturbed sleep, which always arise from Interruption of nature. They can be successfully used as preventive. These Pill should never he taken In pregnancy, as they would be sure to cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything Injurious to life or health. Explicit directions, which should be read, accompany each box. Price $1. For sale In Memphis by S. MANSFIELD & CO G. D. JOHNSON. WARB k JOKES X3T Sen Br man by enclosing $1 to Dr. CORNELIUS L. CHEESEMAN, No. 1W Broadway, New Tork. mayJlltwawly J & A. "WOODRUFF, CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, Nos. 3 & 4 Exchange Buildings, MEMPHIS, TENN. CONSTANTLT on hand a large assort- "meat of CARRIAGES, frrm the best manufactories, in the United States. Carriages built to order ctd work fully guarantied. AU kinds of Repairing done with neatness and dispatch by ,P30 Em J. 4 A. WOODRUFF, Clotliinrj and Clotliiug Materials. Navt Department, Barean ot Provisions and Clothing, AprU 3. 1857 CJ E PAR ATE PROPOSALS, sealed and endorsed "Propo- kJ sals for Nary Clothing ana clothing .Materials,- win oe melved at this efflce until 9 o'cioca a. m. on the 1st day of .May next, for tarnishing and delivering (on receirlng sixty cays' uo'lee) at eacn or either of the nary yaras at Chariestvwn, Massachusetts; Brooklyn, New Toik, or Gosport. Tlrslnia. the Quantities below mentioned of any or all of the following classes of articles of nary clothing nd il4Klnff mstarlili an J anH fnrthi.r inntllli rf thfl 7ame ordTred Vy" UMe7of thU buVe.u, by the commandants of the said nary yards,repectil(, durinc the flical Tear commencing on the 1st day of July next, and dlng cn the SOth day of June, 1558, TU. : Class t. Cloth Clothing Blue Ctothpea Jackets.. ...S.0C0 Round (ackets Blue cloth trowsers.. Blue satinet trowsers nine cloth caps........ ..5 000 ...6.000 ..5,000 Class 2 i tunnel vtolhing. Blue flannel Jumpers u Blue flannel orershlrts Blue flannel undershirts Blue fiannel drawers ..B.00O ..5,000 ..5 00 ..6,000 Class 3. Linen Clothing. Canvas duck trowsers.... Barnsley sheeting frocks ..3.000 ..3.000 class 4. uiut sonnet. I Blue satinet,. yards, 10.000 CLASS o jsiui nannei. Blue flannel Tarda, 100,000 Class s. Sheeting, wick ana Aantnn Barnsley sheeting. lards, :o,cuo I ones...., I Blue nankin.... 10.0 o .. " 10.C00 ...pairs, 6 000 ... 6,000 Class 7. Shoes. I Calfskin shoe K1Pn "oca I Woolen socks.. Class 8 Socks. Class 9. ilattrettes Class 10. Blankets. ..pain, 10.000 2,000 Mattresses. Blankets... 4,000 Class 11. Handkerchiefs. Black silk hsndketchlefs , 8,000 Offers may be made far one or more dases. at the orv- tion ot the bidder ; but all the articles embraced in a cas mnsi ce ma for. Each class will be considered by Itself, and the contract I ,or 1011 0,1,1 wiU iwsrded to the bidder whose propo- I sals for ths articles com prised In the class are lowest in the aggregate. The cloth for the peajackxts will be twilled pilot cloth or American manufacture, pure maige cine, wool-dyed. xi suaii ue ch incoes wiae, ana weign ?s ounces cer yard. It shall have a list on each edge composed of 34 white threads, of all wrol. AU pieces weighing less than 25 ounces per yard will be rejected; and eich bale of about 310 yards must average 26 ounces per yard. The cloth for round Jackets, blm cloth trowsers. and uiue caps man oe iwuieu , an wool 01 American manuiac- 1 tore, and pare Indigo blue, wool-djed. It shall have list on each edge composed of 24 white threads, of all wool. All pieces under 17M ounces per yard will be rc- Jected; and each bale of about 300 yards must average 18 i,iu. ine saiiuei man oe American manufactures. 7 inches wide Inside of list, which list rsnst consist of not less than 12 white woo en threads on each edge of the doth. woven in the whde length of the piece; mut weigh not less than 9 H ounces per yard, to contain in each piece about 23 yards ; the warp must be cotton, pure indigo oiue, yatn-aieu; ana ine mung wool, pure indigo blue. wool-dyed cacn oaie or iuu yaras shall average 9H cunces to the yard, and no piece shall be below 9H ounces to me yam. me satinet trowsers must be made of ma. term lite tbe above The pilot-cloth, broadcloth a-d satinet of which garments are made, shall be well sponged before made up. The flannel must be all wool. American manufactured. wool-dyed pure Indigo blue, and twilled; must be In pis of about 60 yards la length.27 inches wide. Welch. tug 6 ounces per yard, with a list on each side ot 4 white woollen threads woven in the whole length of the niece To be packed In bales of 10 pieces, the Dices to be rolled separately without doth boards ; each bale to contain 5lO yaras ana loex pounds flannel. No piece to have a less average weight than 4 910 ounces per yard, The overshitts undershirts, drawers, lumpers must be made ot nannei like tbe above. The Barnsley sheeting must be free from cotton. 80 mcues m wmia , w-:gui, iweive ounces 31-100 per yard; texture, 4 by 4 to 1-16 Inch The canvas duck must be free from cotton, 27 inches in width, and about 36 ya ds in the piece, double thread warp and tilling; weight, 8 ounces 23-100 per yard; tex ture, 3dj iuio incn. Tbe shoes must be stamped with the contractor's name, number of shoe, and year when mate; the alse to be In the following prcrurtlon for each 50 pairs unless otherwise eraerea. vu.: or no. tt, so- No. 6, 12 of No. 7, 12 Of NO. 8, 9 Of NO. 9, 3 Of NO 10. I Of No. 11 xney are io conrorm in an respects to the samples at the yards, and to be delivered In good strongboxes, fifty pairs In each. The name of the contactor, contents, tnd luc year waca mauc maraeu on eacu dox. The calf-skin and the klp-skln shoes to be packed In separate boxes. Tbe woollen socks must be woven or knit. Indico- mixeu, riooea, an wool, ana or American msnufactute. No. 1. leg 13 lDcnei. foot 11 Inches ; ten doxen stall aver age three pounds, anc no one pair sball be less than three ana a can ounces, ao. z, legs i: inches, foot 10 inches; ten dozen shall average two pounds twelve ounces, and no one pair shall be less than three and one-quarter ounces. The socks sball be well scoured, and in color and quality ruuy equal io sample. Tbe mattresses must weigh ten pounds. Including tick. ing, which is to be cut 6 feet in length and 31 lLcbeswlde The covers must measure 71 Inches la length and 29 inches in wiaiB. The hair, ticking and covers must con form to samples The nankin must be tbe best blue American rankin. 26 Inches wide, texture 5 threads by 4 threads to the 16th of an inch, oyed with pure Bengal indigo. The blankets must weigh six pounds per pair, and measure 03 oy ,s mcues eacn. A bate ef co pair must weigh 300 pounds, and no pair shall weigh les than 5 pounds 13 ounces Tb y must be of American manufac ture, made of clean wool, and each .blanket must be marked -V. S. Navy." The black silk handkerchiefs must be 31 K by 31 U Inches, and weigh 1 ounce and 12 grains Troy; tex'ure 1 4 by 23 to one-eighth ef an Inch. A schedule ot the three sites for esch 100 pieces of rruSessini te le fully equal maae-up ciotning win Be founa with the respective yards ; and all the above the necessary buttons, rings kc . are te be fully equal in tbe quality, textnre, color, weight and finish of mate- rut, ana coriorm in pat.ern, sizes ana workmanship to said simples. The number or quantity which will be required of each of tbe foregoing articles cannot be precisely stated. It wm not be lees, however, than tbe quantity specified in tbe foregoing list. The contracts will, therefore be made for tie quantity of each article so specified, and for such further quantity as tbe bureau may require. The price must be uniform at all the stations. All the above articles must be subjfet to such inspec tion at the place of delivery a the chief ot this bureau may direct; and no article will be received that is not fully equal to the sample In every rtspect, r.d which does not comorm to the stipulations acd provisions cf the con tract to be made. Th. whole must be delivered at he risk and expense ut tbe contractor. Each box and bale to be marked with the contractor's name. The inspecting efflcers to be ap !oinled by tbe Navy Department. The off'rs must distinguish the prices for each article mentioned ia a class, and must be calculated to cover eve-y expense attending tbe fulfilment of the contract, Including tbe necessary buttons. In cae of failure on tbe part of the contractors to de liver the several articles which may be ordered from them, invroper time and of proper quality, the chlf of the Bureau of Provisions and CloUln shall le author ized to purchase or direct purchases to be made cf what may be required to supply the deficiency, under the pen alty to be expressed In the contract; tbe record of a re quisition, or a duplicate cepy thereof, at the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, or at either ot the navy yards aforesaid, sball be evidence that such nqulsitlan has been made and received. Two or more approved sureties in a sum equal to the estimated amount ot the respective contracts will be re quired, and twenty per centum will.be withheld from the amount of all payments on account thereof as collateral security, and not In any event to be paid until It Is in all respects complied with; and eighty per centum of tbe amount of all dellveil's made will be pa'd by the navy agent within thirty days after triplicate bUls, duly au thenticated, shall have been presented to him. Bideets whose proposals shall be accepted, (and none others,) will be forthwith notified, a. d as early as practi cable a contract will be transmitted to them for execu tion, which contract must bi returned to the bureau within five days, exclusive of the time required for the regular transmission ot the mall. A record, or duplicate ot the idler Informing a blilder of the acceptance of t Is proposal, will be deemed a rotifl cation thereof within the meaning ot the act of IS 16, and his bid will be made and accepted In conformity with this understanding. Every offer made must be accompanied (as directed in the act of Congress making appropriations for the naval service tor IS !6-M7, approieil 10th August. 1816) by a written gnaran-y, signea oy one or more responsice per sons, to tbe effect that be or they undertake that tbe bidder or bidders will, lf.hla or their bid be accepted, en ter Into an obligation within live days, with good ana sufficient sureti'-s, to furni h the supplies proposed. The bureau will not be obligated to Consider any proposal un less acrompsnltd bv tbe tusranty rcqulr.d,by the law; tbe competenct of the guaranty to be cei tilled by tbe navy agent, district attorney or the collector ot the customs. Blank forms of proposals may be obtained on applica tion to the naw aents tt Portsmouth, New Hamiblre, Boston. New Tork. Philadelphia, Ba'.tlmore, Washing ton. Norfolk, Pensscola, and at this bureau. The attention of bidders Is called to the samples and description of artl les required, a.. In the Inspection before reception, a Just but rigid cooparison will be made be tween the article, offered and the samples and contract, receiving none that fall below them ; and their attention is also particularly directed to the loint reso'utlonof March 27, 1851, in addition to the act of the 1 nh August, Kl?. apll-lwlw E?IPI?OVED SPECTACLES, ACCURATELT adjusted to the eye, so as to suit the most difficult vision, without occasioning that sense of weaktess or fatigue to the organ generally complained of by wearers of common glasses, but enabling the wearer of this Improved Spectacle to pursue the nusl minute employment either by day or candle light, with ease and satisfaction, by CHUN. IIULLEH, Optician, or the rinji or GERM". MULLER & BRO.. Wholesale and Retail Dealers la Clocks, -Watches, Jewelry, IMPROVED SPECTACJLES, Madison-st., bet. Main and Front Roto, OPPOSITE I. B. KIRTLAND'S OFFICE, MEMPHIS. PARTICULAR attention psld to the repairing of Watches by an experienced workman. Being .deternined not to be excelled In superior work-s-manship in this brsnch of the business, we have engaged a first dais Watchmaker, and can flatter our selves In ssylng that there Is no House, East or West, that can boast of a better. Clocks carefully repaired and warranted Jewelry and Spectacles of every description made to order. Old Jewelry neatly repaired, and Specta cle Glasses Inserted In old frames to suit every sight. P. S. Tbe numerous complaints of persons who cave been Irrposed upon by Individuals peddllLg through the country an Inferior rrWs of spectacles, representing thenr to be these improved glasses, render it necessary that we should caution tbe public against such venders, and protect the repuut""" o ' staues. All spectacles made by ns are stamp:.: -"It: the name of tbe firm. marlO-daw CHRISTIAN MULLER k BRO. iraw Country residence. I WILL sell a bargain In three and one-half acres of Land, with a heuseof six rooms, kitch en and rertant rooms. Tbe House is Just fin ished, and built In tbe most approvid style, sit- natH near Memphis, on the lacd formerly occupied by Dr. E. P. Watklns, on Jackson street extended. Apply soob to J. M. PRO VINE. ap23-lm THREE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Laid; 10 barrels do. For sale by man; hangock, clark & co. M FOR REGORDF.R. C3" WE are authorized to announce nmfc p mi.T- Esq . as a candidate for re-l. ctlon to th. cfnee of Re- coraer. , WE are authorised to announce If. lor GEDRGE W. r 10111. uuuiuiu tor necoruer at the ensuing ma aicipai eiecuon. p23 FOR CITY MARSHAL. WE are authorized and reaoestrd to lnnunnr EVnnn ENLOE as a c.ndldite for Cltr Marshal, it lb .n.mnr t . i - - o n, VZSXS. 7nl, A WE are authorized to announceJAMES O. REIH- the ensuing Municipal Election In June next marl9-i Jt UH CAL'TAIA OF DAY POLICE. WE are authorized and rrauestrd to annonnee r-.nt.in I C. CAUSET as acandldate for the once of Captain of CAPTAIX IVIGIIT POLICE. e are authorized to announce Tm.lX R. ntrTr.-Bn . candidate forC.ptain of the Night Police, at the ensuing Face tfie Jfluslc : ATTENTION, ALL! THOSE CHICKERING PIANOS have arrived, per steamer Oregon. Persons in want of a suprlor PIANO can get them uy caning soon at McKINNET k. CO.'S, 23 192 Main street. PIANOS. PIANOS. TWO 7 octave A. W. Ladd k. Co.' Pianos t Two 6H " " " ' " Two 6 " ' Received to-day, and for sale at reduced prices by spT-'m McKINNET k CO. PIANOS. PIANOS. THREE seven-octavo Raven, Bacon X Co. Planes ; Three 6X octave " ' One 6.1 octave ' " " Received this day and for sale at P7-im McKINNET & CO.'S. PIANOS, PIANOS. FOUR 6 octave Hallett, Davis & Co.' Pianos; Two 6J " " " " ' Two 6H " " " " ' Four 7 " " " " " This day received at ap7-lm KcKINNET k CO 'S. GEO. FLAHERTY & BRO. PIANOS, Melcdeons, mcdern and antique Cabi-u net rurnitura Bulk off stock, s&O 000, coutlstinc of a variety from a plain Kitchen Table to the most ele Kant and elaborately carved Rosiwood Parlor Setts, In i urotaiciie aaa piusn. Carpets. Curtains. Floor OllCIoth. Mattresses. Tonkin? uiaises, uiiomanr, frames prepared for embroidered Covers, Refrigerators, Shower Baths, Water Felterers I fcc, Sash, 500 IK Walnut Stairs Banisters alway kept In store. Pianos Tuned 1 city or country, by an experienced Pro fessor, by leaving your ordsra at the same famous ofd corner cf Main and union streets, Memphis. apl UKH. r LA11KKTT k BRO. PIANO POETE, PLTBNITTJBE, Carpet and Curtain Rooms. PIANOS of A. A. Gale k Co., Lighte, Newton & Bradbury; Rosewood, Ma hogany and Walnut Parlor and Bed Room Furniture. Sofas. Divans. Bureaus. Ward. robes. Secretaries, Cottage Marble Tod Bed Room Suits. Spring, Hair, Moss, Cotton and Shnck Mattresses made to order Oil Carpeting, from thiee to eighteen feet a iiikv iiucui ui ivomriiQa jrumiiure, wwe; Tapestry. Brussels and Common Camels. Tr.n. parent Shades and Curtains. Carpets, Curtains and Cor nices, nude by an experienced Upholsterer. Looking Glass and Picture Frames made to order. Pianos tunad, I ana an xtcas of Musical Instruments repaired by exce- i rienced workmen. H. M. GROSVENOR. Main street, between Madison and Monroe. mar27-diw6m BOJERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND KEMEDT FOR DISEASE OP THE KIDNEYS, LIVER COMPLAINT-, WEAKNESS OF AXY KIN1. FEVER APaO AGUE. SSrnT Costlveness. Blind and Bleeding P.leV. In all Nervous! Rheumatic aad Neuralgic Affections. It has In numerous Instances proved highly beneficial, and In others effected a uecinca cure. Thi- i a purely vegetable compound. Drenared on strict ly scientific principles, after the manner ot the celebrated Holland Professor. Boeinave. Because of Its great suc cess in most of tbe European States, Its Introduction Into the Untied States was Intended more especially for those of our fatherland scattered h-re and there over the face of this mighty country. Meetine with zreit success smonr them, I now offer it to the American public, knowing that Its truly wondeerf ul medicinal virtues must be acknow ledged. It is paitlcularly recommended to those persons whose constitutions may have been Impaired by the continuous use of ardent spirits, or other forms ot dlfsipatlon. Generally instantaneous In effect. It finds its wsy directly to the seat of life, thrilling and qulckrning every nerve, raising up the drooping spl.lt. and, In fact, Infusing ncv health and vigur in the ystern. NOTICE Whoever expects to find this abeveracewlll Deal-appointed ; but to the sick, weak an.l law spirited, it will prove a grateful aromatic ccrdial. possessed of singular remedial properties. CAUTIOX. The creal popularity of this delightful Aroma has In duced many Imitations, which the public should guard a.alnst purchasing Be not persuaded to buy anything eise nniit you nave given soernaves Holland Bitters fair trial. One bottle will convince you how Infinitely superior it is to sll these imitations. t3- Sold at SI per bottle, or six bottles for 5 by the ooie rroprieyi-s. BE.YJAHII2V PAGE, JR., & CO., XAsurALTomo Pharmaceutists and Chemists, PITTSBURGH. PA. r-So1d In Memphis by S. MANSFIELD k CO.; also by WARD k JONES and G. D. JOHNSON. ap7-Iy IMMENSE SUCCESS! Over Two Thousand Bottles of J. H. McLEANS celebrated strengthen. ING CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER WAS sold last week, and the de mand Is In creasing eve ry day. The VK'eai saie inai nas so very rapidly sprung np. lor this rem- 1 edy, is w- -V-- ing to Its In- irrTel 'tKE. TAW0 trlnslc mer. r TAKl ts. Tbonsands of weak, feeble and debilitated persons to tbli city have been made healthy and strong by taking It. it is ine nesi alternative in the world, and tbe only remedy that will purify the blood, and at the same time strengthen and Invigorate the whole organization. It will effectually cure all complaints of the Liver. Stomach or Bowels, such as Liver Complaint, Headache, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Lost ot Appetite, Nervous Diseases, Faintness, Weakness or any disease ot the Womb, Kidneys or Bladder ; and re move yllowness or sores from the skin. It is a sure p retentive against Tellow Fever, Chills, Ague and Fever, ChIera, or any prevailing epidemic. There is no mistake about It. J3" Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction. Try It It Is very pleasant. It leaves a delightful aromatic uavor in me mouth after taking it. J. H. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor of this Cordis;. Also, McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. X3" Principal depot on tho corner of Third ind Pin streets, St. Louis, Mo. For sale In Memphis, by G. D. JOHNSON, Agent, corner Madison and Main afreets, Also, by 3. MANSFIELD k CO., fcb3-dawly Wholnale Druggists, Memphis. STRAYED .FROM the subsctiber. residing in Fort Pick n e lt1 ifTir ering, on Friday, the 17th Inst., a small dark brown HORSE MULE, shod before, mane reached and tall trimmed, shoulders sore, caused by saddle. A liberal reward will be pall any one return ing the said Mule lo me or leaving him at J. 0. Hot land's stable. Main street. apM-tf C. C. MORRIS. Visiting Strangers to the Jubilee ARE Invited to call and examine our stock ot Fine En gravings, comprising Mezzotint and Fine Steel En gravings, varying in price from $2 to (10. French Lith ographs, plain or colored, from 75 cents to $1, which we are prepared to Frame to suit the taste of the purchaser. We have Just opened a large and fine assortment of Wall Paper, of the latest and richest stjles, and are pre psred to sell at reasontble rates, feeling confident ot be ing able to suit almost everyone. In addition to the above, we keen always on hand the largest assortment ot Law, Medical, Classical and Mis cellaneous soosa to dj round in theouth. Light Litera ture In great variety, with a large assortment of Pam phlet Plays. Our establishment will rlchlj repay a vl'- It. and we shall behanuvln extendi one nnri.,, in all who call. CLEAVES & GUION. p30-lw Oil Main street UeaUMIHl SU Durban JLOt for Sale, CONTAINING three seres, situated on tbe corner of Walker and Lauderdale streets. This Lot Is densely studded with forest trees, and lie high and healthy. It Is a most desirable site for sl resiJence. McCOMBS k TRICE, apc-lm 149 Main street. DOCTOR W7c. CAYEXATJGH, HAVING permanently located in Memphis, offers bis service in all the branches of his prof ession to the citizens of Memphis and vicinity. Office on Main street, (West side,) between Adams and Washington streets, in Stevenson's Buildings. apl93m rriHREE HUNDRED boxes, H and J.' box, Star Can. JL uies, tor saw oy main HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. L. Q. C. LA3IAX C. B. MOTT. JLAMAR & MOTT, A TTORNETS AT LAW, Holly Sprltgs, Mistlsslppl. XA apxt-uansu- LEHMAN & CO. - i WHOIESilE I & ETA 1 1 X V DRY GOODS. Corner Main and JclTerson-Sts MEMPHIS, TENN. TTAVING purchased our Staple Goods prior to the u'.ni ia uoiion, we are preparer to sell plain, striped andDlaid Oinahnrr. Rrown and R:.rK. nmA.. tic, and In tact all kinds of heavv Stacte Gnnrli t nLl prices. Brown and Bleached Domestic, from five cent, and up. Tard wide Sea Island Brawn DarsMtie nnW t.n wui., uucuoiwriv3 cents. uur stock of FNCT GOODS Is complete, hsvlug very large and full assortment of Silks, Organdies Lawns,&c Our White Goods we pay very particular at tention to, ana can sell Swlts, Jacone ,Mull, ftc, tic . of ine very Deal aualltles at Dricea ranelnr mm i.nmflfli cents. Every one shouM examine onr noSISRT. and nan especially our SHOES, which we have marjnfelrjrl in order and can warrant. Why ha not worn a pair of our FINE KID BOOTS, linen lined, faced with white kid. at i per pair ap29 Lehman & Cos Having the Agency for Wheeler & Wilson's SEWING MACHINES, SELL them for the manufacturers at their prices, ad' ding frelih' and Insurance. We have also the agency for Singer & Co.'s PREMIUM SEWING MACHIXES Both Machines can be seen in operation In tbe silk and I bonnet room of . cur store, stitching, seamier, hemmlnc. I siowwfi oiumnj, k sowing eimer ine nsesi or she rh aviestcf osnaburg, duing the work of tenor fifteen I ,lJ'el "h day. f TO MERCHANTS we offer a fall stock, agreeing to duplicate their eastern Dills. Please examine our gooda and prices. ap29-lmlaw I.EnMAN & CO. WANTED, TWO good JOURNEYMEN CARPENTERS, te work a short distance rrom tbe city, to whom good waies win oe pain t or runner paruceiara, Inqntr of O. K. uiiLar ol surt,.atain street, oeiween Monroe and Union ap23-lw THE GREAT JUBILEE! R T A 1? fi- A T T 1? "R V w J. VA -i A. Li Jl A-l XX. X ON THE FIRST AND SECOND OF MAY. TjaRK, the world-renowned Artiat, Is on haad, makifig nnures in jutiroaa time. He can make frem flftv to five hundred a day. STRANG KR, don't fall to vilt the "Star Callerv." 219 M.ln street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall ap2S-datw FOR RENT. A DWEDLING HOUSE, on Adams street. (near tbe Intersection of Adams and Third -treets.i 11 (King the same at present occupied br .James Elder, and adjoining th residence of the subscriber. Posx-ssion given on the lt of June next. ap26 Ira DAT. M. CORRIN. The Rights and Duties of the American Citizen. THE Americad Citizen, His Rights and Dutle?, accord lug to the spirit of the Con.tituilon ot the United States ; by Bishop Hopkins. Seed-Grain for Thought and Discussion, a compilatien; If ADDS U. LOWM1. in IWO VOIS. Cathie Brande, a Fireside History of a Quiet Life; by 1101m s is. El Gringo, or New Mexico and Her People; by W. W. U. Davis, late Cnited States Attorney. Vlvla. or The Secret of Power ; by Mrs. Soutfaworth Ihe Golden ijegacy, a Story of Life's Phases ; by a Lady. jew mograpniea or illustrious sten.. Harper's School History. Alo, a large asrortment ot Pamphlets Ptavs. enfbraelEC the Modern Standard Drama, French's Drama, Speacer'a Boston Theatre, &c, ke. For sale by ap26.aaw CLEAVES k GUION. HAY, HAY, At SI 00 per 100 Pounds, AT my Flatboat, lying above the Mound City Ferry Landing. JACOB P. DUNN. ap25-dlw CREAM SAL001Y ! M - - " -Z: t f BEGS leave to Inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of Memphis and Its vicinity that he has now opened his newly n ted np ICE CREAM SALOON, in his new brick building on Madison street, where he will be pleased to see his o'd customers, and the public in general. 53" Always on hand, every variety of Confectioneries. He will also furnish Wedding Parties and Balls at tbe shortest notice. JOSEPH SPEOHT. ap25-d3m Just Received. OAA CASES Hosteller's celebrated Stomach Bitters. OUU H. n. POTTKR, Main-st , ap22 Third door North Worshsm House. NOTICE. rjtHE undersign eu, Teacher of Modern Languages, re JL spcctfilly announces to the young s and gen tlemen of Memphis that he will open a Night School en the 16th day of April nest, In which he wilt give in struction in all branches taught in High Schools and Academies. Particular attention will be g.veu te In struction in the English, German, French and Spanish Laugu.ges. The best references given, after twenty years' expe rience In the instruction of youth in some ot the best In stitutions In the United States. For particulars apply at the School Room, (formerly occupied by the Court,) comer of Front Row and Adams stteet, or Mr. Joseph Teufel, or Uipt. Ringwaia. fjT Alt, private instruction given during the aay. apl5-dlm N. FORCE. R. B. BROW,.... ,C. W. FRAZEB, Memphis. 11 ernanao. BROWX & FRAZER, A TTORNETd AT LAW. Offices No 253 Main street. J. over Benson's Music Store', Memphis, Tenn., aud nernando, DeSoto county. Miss. Will attecd promptly te all collections and business entrusted to tbem In West Tennessee and North Mississippi. Refer to Trulit. Bro. co , Philadelphia; cronin. Hurxthall it Sears. Walter ts Stelnlein, N. T.; w. B. Miller, Jones, Brown e. Co., W. J. Webb & Co.. Mem phis. aplD-dawly 0 NE HUNDRED barrels Mess Pork, for sale by mar31 HANCOCK, CLARE k CO. FORTT THOUSAND pounds Bulk Pork, for sale by mar'7 HANCOCK. CLARE: k CO. TEN tierces Mitchell, Guthrie it Co., Hams ; 10 tierces Stagg k Shay. Extra Ilams, for sale by marl7 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. -V J sale by HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. marl7 ONE HUNDReD bcxes snd halt boxes Soda Crackers, tor sale by HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. mar!7 FIFrr hhds. Sugars, for sale bv mar!7 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bbls. Whisky, for sale by marI7 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO. THREE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard, forsaleby marl7 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bags Coffee, for sale by marlT HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. FIVE casks Shoulders, for sale by marl9 IIAKCOCIC, CLARK & CO. TEN casks Plain Hams, received and for sale by maris HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. SEVENTT-FIVK boxes Starch, for sale by marl7 HANCOCK, CLARK & CO. "TEW BACON 60,000 pounds Tennessee Bacon, foi A.X sale by maris HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. FIPTT-ONE boxes quart Flasks, for sale by maris HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. TWENTT-PIVB casks Clesr Side Bacon; 25 casks plain Hams; 25 casks Shoulders For sale by mart I HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. FOUR HUNDRED bbls. Flour, for sale by mH7 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. T IWENTT-FIVK kegs Golden Syrup, for sale by mat!7 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. FIFTT barrels Powdered and Crusbul Sugsrs, for sale by msr!7 HANCOCK. CLARK k. CO. 3ME W Spring and Summer GOODS. THE subscriber takes pleasure In announcing to his friends and the public genera 1, th.t he has Just openeu his laree and carefully selected stock ot STAPLE and rANCT liuuus suiitu to m spring ana summer seaseus, which are cn aale low to cash or prompt paying customers. For the ladies Engenls, Marsarette, Gren- Iadine.0rgan.1y, Braga and Muslin Robes; beautiful plain and fsncy Poult ile Lol, Organdies, Lawns. Bersges, Embrl ered Swiss Mautles; sets nonlton, Maltese. Tolnt and Muslin Sleeves and Collars ; Bugle, Gimpure, Thread andctbtr Laces; F'lnges, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, Gloves, Hosiery, Skirts of all kinds, Ladles' Umbrellas and Parasols, etc A large lot of Ready Made Clothing, Cloths, Caslmeres, Boot, Shoes, Mats, Otnsburgs, bleached and brown Shillings acd Sheetings, Linens, linen Drills, Cotton- sues, ana in a word every thing in the dry goods line. Country Merchants are offered great inducements. Call and examine my stock. No charge for .bowing goods A. C. BLAIR, ap9-tf No. 277 Mtln stree, west side. Administratrix's Notice. TTAVING dnivonalined as Administratrix of theeititc JLL ot the late WM. M DUNN, deceased, notice is here by given to all persons Indebted to said es'ate, to come forward and make payment immediately; and all persons having claims against It, are required to present them, duly authenticated within the time prescribed by law, or this notice win ne pieaa in bar of their recovery. p2IUw2w EMILT F. DUNN, Administratrix, VJ m WORTH OF LARGE SALE OF -.Oa"OXJJX2XTO ivrTrrrvr t- I WILL eemmnce, on MONDAT. 4th BAT of MAT Audita. w the prrauei, J. OVBdfUN' TRACT Tbts tract He. between the sontbiineof Merapfci.aid ...... .. u ..uuiiwcu jiiuj ujiiTcuitiii .lira ijit, mm ice lmzoi or tile ilujUSJODl anu Ienntee n.usea.i In the centre. " Tbe completion ef the Mem pels and Charleston Railroad, and the rapid progress to ceapletlen ef the varies s esber J wf rmtol"K 41 this point, give to Mem pLt an Importune, In a commercial point of view, uneqi it IB the M!(is4ppt Valley, and holds out iidoctmenta to purchase! s never before presented la lie South. Tbl wlHbetfae largest sale of Rial Estate ever msie In the Sute ot Tennessee. TMMS Ose-SMh cash, or note satisfactorily encotud at six months, with. Interest added; balance in one. tvu three acd fear years, with interest. G. b. LOCKE, Auctioneer and Real Estate Brokes. ..... . . MrJt?His, TrawEtsn, AprU, 18M. In cattiag attention to the sale of the Orertea p-epwry. I beg leave- te make a few remarks, sotting forth the ad vantage ef Memphis for manufacturing and eemmetelai purposes. Memphis is silcated en the thirty-flttb decne Of Nertn latitude, a climate below th cM weather ef the North, al above tbe hot weather of the Seutfa sM cetuevuently free frem aH the dbease prevalent In either. We are surrounded by a rich, fertile ceun.ry, wbscfc mast Had an outlet at this point, f sapvrier In extent aad fertility to tbtt In the vlrlnlty of any tewn or eHy inlaw Union. Vlckbarg is fer hnadred milt Soeth, and LouuvWe or St. LeeU are tbe nearest cities NwththateaM cemmard any trade, and the are the neareei points to Memphis that are worthy of notice on the MlsstssSpptec Ohio livers, approachable from the Interior wtlfceet artificial tsas. Of ibis vast extent ef country, which U u eeptibleor floe cultivation, fear-flltba ef it 1. jet in a state of nature. Oerbtsff is wa.htd by the Father ef V Wrs, that never freeses up er gets t few fer tavlgatioit, uses whose besom Seat twenty five stetnwrs tistwa un enira as eur regular packets, piymg regslariy np the Mi.ilp?i Ohio. Cumberland Big Halcltte, St. Francis White and Arkanta. rivers, poarisg their imsatnse predectieas inie our city dally. Wrhaseattbl Usse foar Rauroads radiating from this point, vu: Titr Mrmphis ard l"Barteson the Memphis aid Ofc i be Mississippi anil Tennttsae and Memphis and Little Rock. These reads lead eat o the city to the East, North, South and West, aed Meeepbis is the recipient ef all the trade and travel predec- d by them. The Memphis and Charleston RasVeatt Is completed, and passengers are aMetege frem here te New Tok In less than three d.yi, and since the cemptetlen of tbls read we are now rscvlvlag Cotton treat Nurth Alabama and Esl ot tbe TesnesMe river. The Mtsslss'ppl and Tennessee read wi I tap the Mlsf-lsslppl Central road, hat teg a dinet cemmvBteattea with Mobil' sad Ntw Or leans, and passengers for Lulvine and that section win ateat te Memphis and toke th Memphis and Ohio rad. AH tbreeof these read. wil. bring passenger to M mphis dettiaed for tbe great West aad PacrSc oast, the Memphis asd Little Reck Railroad bewg thejSrtf Hni in that great trert. If there ha beetefere been any deebts ef Mem phis b. leg tbe crossing petei of tbe AtlaattcaadPaciac Railroad, tbeeeid weather of last wintrr has setikdthe question, ter while tbe Northwestern toads were frozen op fr months, we never lost an oar on any er eur reads. Tbe day Is net distant when we will have a road f rota here to SI Lotus, that will traverse a sctt ef ceaslty eqealinferti.itytoany ia tbe Colon. The State ef Misseari has pprcpristed $26COeoo to be expended South t the Iron Mountain, bringing this road te to the dtvidieg .Ine between this Stale aad Aikansas. KagtBeeis have brea, examining, ike past summer, the Use of this rtad tbreagh tt rich bottom lands ef Mississippi aad OrHtendea counties, opposite Memphis, and with the most sattsfactety re-alts; giving thereby Iron, coal and previsions ehrap aad abaod-nt to Memphis, which will greatly increase Us Bsaaaf aciurlng tadastry and capital No country la tti weM serpaseses in richness and fertility these alluvial lands. Wer'cetved 'ast seawa ovr 300.000 bales of Cotton, aad by the extension ef ear Railroad iesKevemenes wewBl probably iecrease tbe asaeant the next season teSCO 000 bales, whkh ss about eae-slxlh of the whole CMeaat tbe South there are only four dtlea that n-eelve mere. We exported last sei.en use lGO OGO hn.wr, s ot bsidesaa iumesxe amoaat of Com and Perk, rnd tbe Jint market 1 greater than that of St. Lui.. Louisville ao lactate any description ef aunafacured arthres, sale en their .cceant. A reference te the p speetlve anssal Memphis was made a port ef nlry only a few years ago, nual, and If increasing very apidly. Oar manefaetarlnr raterest Is ia a very fiearishias largely. We have a number ef Foundries, easpfeyiag some five bundled haade, beslees vartoas aaler manufacto ries. And we are new maun actertag Railroad Cars and sMepfag them te Fadveab and ether petets. We have raw material for maaafacturlag la tbe vicinity of Meatahis in abundance, aad that of the best kind .ti-rfir piiees. we have mere churches tbaa any cityef the same I lie the fund t atspiy ssflkknt to educate an the children wiihla tbe city limits. We have superior private male aad I em tie schools, and two medical school. Oer population is increasing mere ranidtv thn at ii hrr rt.riut.nd the trade of tbe city is laeressiag Is a Hke preeertleB. Jj This propi rty is worth ever Steo.tee, and wm all p30-3t TtcrrWInirrmrc XOTICE. TTlR. SATJNDRRS' ece t J; M. SedseiOs.'s Drag XJ Stare, near the Post OSee. mar3-U G. TV. TRUEIIEART. ATTORN ET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, MemaM Tettesetr. Otftce M Meeey k Heat's new Block, up stairs, rreei now. Keierte K. n. Apeersea k Co., aau W. B. MUler. apl-Ini S. ADAMS. ATrORNKT AT LAW, Memphis, Teaa. Office over I the River Bank, loulh corner ot Court Square aad . Mala street. ap5-wif ; DR. FENNER attends exclusively to Surgical Diseases, 1 B9 as Piles, Fistula: in Aao, Strictures, Stone in ; Bladder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, Poljpu.', Diseased ' Bastes asd Jeints. Deiormities frem Barns. Hair-Lit). 1 Contracted Tendons from loss ef Lips. Cheek. Nose. Ere ' lids, ke., & Jawa from Salivation, and alt other dls- eases and deformities requiring Surgical all. sepsc-yiwawiyi ' tlI? JZ&M. DR. FKNNHR also attends to all Diseases of the Eye aad Ear, and Is prepared to Board Patients from a distance. T3 Office on Main street. In Walker's Building, real deace on Court street. repSO-dtwawtylns DR. JOHXSOX'S INFIRMARY, roa diseases or tee EYE AND EAR, SBLF-SPPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS. ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c. NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET, Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel, raay27daw MEMPHIS, TK-?f. Dry Goods at TTlioIesnle. TTJST received, direct frem New Terk, on consignment, ,J of upwards of $30,000 worth ot seai-ooaWe Staple Dry Goods. The gauds being en ostMlgBment, I can af- i ferd and win sell better bargains than ever wa e&eredl! ' thi city. Mt rchants and planters, who wish te buy bj ' the piece will and to their interest te examine my stock before porcaattBg elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE, I nova Auctioneer and Heal Hstate Broker. Piano Fortes ror sale. i I HAVE In store. Just received direct : '-J:i frem New Tork TWELVE PIANO FORTRS, from 6 1-3 to 7 octave, ot supe- rior finish and duferent styles, seme being inlaid with Pearl. They will be seed at greatly reduced i prices. This presents a most favorable opportunity to purchase a superior instrument at a bargain. Terms made U suit purchasers. G. B. LOCKE, dec-13 tf Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker STAPLE ASD FAXt?Yr DRY GOODS, Men's and Tenth's Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Saddlery, Virginia Tebacce, liOTt' FOR CASH! Wholesale aad RetaM. T. Xx. 17 JX. "ST Xj o m, 1S4 Main Strjet. oct2-dtwawly-ls Vlotlilng Clotliing. THE subscriber has Just received, and effers for sae, a line assortment of Men's and Toulh's Clothing and Furnish ng Goods generally, embracing, net every grade, style and quality known, but a very extensive variety of COATS, SHIRTS. nALF nOSE, PANTS, DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, VESTS, UNDER SHIRTS, GLOVhS, RAGLANDS, COLLARS, B OTS. SACKS. CRAVATS, GAITERS. UANDK'CHIFFS, STOCKS, SLIPPERS, etc. Low for cash. ap2S dtwaw-2ra J. L. TATLOR ifain-st. Guns and Rifles. A LOT of Guns.Rlfks, Pouches, Haes. Flasks, Horns, ke., of superior quality, oSsted at cost and charges, for cash te dose the lot. ap2S-dtwaw2m J L. TATLOR. Mtln-st. J. WELLER .J. S. ERWI.V. WjELjLER & ERWIiV, Hflempliis Factory AMD LTJMBEB YARD, Overton street, near the Memphis and Ohio Depot, KEEP for sale and mate te order Doors, Blinds, Sash, Mantles. Frames, Moulding anu everything In that i line, of the be t materials and workmanship Tbey are ' also prepared to do all kinds of Sawing aad Planing for the trade, aad to erect buildings of every description; to , shelve and fit up stores, and other Jobbing. Having procured suitable machinery, they will toon be enabled to manufacture PACKING BOXES of all kinds, i lurdr " . . " ' "T C T 7 j j i SDlDQlts, woite trine anu oiacr isainucr iur uicbivu and umlrf scd. J3f Ordrs from the country promptly attended to. apza-uawty Notice To Contractors. I -t r"" r 1 THE Memphis and Little Rock Railroad Company Is now fully on an lied and ready to let all the Grading (not now under contract ) on tbe first division of the road from Hepefidd, in Arkansas, to tbe St. Francis river. Also, the getting of Cross-Ties on said first di vision. Parlies wishing contracts wiH apply at the olee ot the Company, en Main street, below Union. JNO. ROBERTSON, President M kUK. R Co. MEMPnts, April 17. 1S57. ap!7dlwatwawlm SPRINGjGOODS, ELEGANT STYLES, M WEILL'S, No. 275 Main Street. HAVING received my entire stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, I am enabled to prasent one of the largest and most elegant assortments of Ladles Dress Goods ever offered in this market, consisting of Fiounced Goods. Silks, Grenadines, Berries, Organdies. Muslins, White Goods, Lacrs, Embroideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Jtc. 4c. ALSO, for Gentlemen's Wear. One Cloths, Cos- lmeres, Vestmgs, Linens and Furnishing Goodr, ef every varie ty, and a comp ete and well selected stock of STAPLE GOODS, BmoU, Shoes, nats. Carpets, ke, J. h. McNeill, ap23 dawgw 275 Main street, Memphis. NEGROES TO HIRE. TWO or three ahle-br-dltd NEGRO MEN to hire. Apply at Dr. Keller's office, corner Union and Shelby streets ap22 tf GREAT SOUTHWESTERN CARRIAGE EMPORIUM! J. M. TCWELL & CO. THIS extensive establishment continues at the old stand on Union stw, betvetn stain ana secona, where maybe found a very fine assortment of Carriages. Bug-, gles. Rxkaways. ke., ot their own manufacture. They take this method ot returning thanks for past favors, and Invite those wishing to buy to examine their tuck before purchasing elsewhere. ?17 ty LOTS! REAL ESTATE, m i , qjst XiOTCTsS- TVXISTJZ. NEXT, and continue from day to day until a.! i soM OF ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-ONE A BXJ 01 o sell at np r.AND. tbenenh line of Fen Pickering, aud frentawi the ! sessMPpl total valeeef the vroduce btawkt - ih or OSBCiswail. In making this stateaMat, ot eearse I bat simply Produce, breoaht into market avite f.ra r. tar prlce-carrent Warrants this asserliea. and her imports new ran no to abint sfiS tea ner an eesdrtles w. maaalaesare all onr funr Vu n.rib. In the Hnkn Oar f ree seheela are in eondtttan int be seed to the highest bidder, witheat ret ard to price. G. B. LOCKE, Auctioneer aad Real Estate Breker. EUplar lacliefs- Regular Memphis, Helena, Fri ar's Point & Xapoleon Packet. K Theregatar aad fisi passenger packet SO steamer WINCHESTER, A. V Weed. gf Master, J. Rtdwrdsoa. Clerk, iriS leave Jlrotea for the above aad satermedtat points on tach SAIVRDAT aad WEDNESDAT, at 2 o'clock r M ; and leioraior. will leave Nspuleea eath SUN DAT and THURSDAY afternoon. For f r ight or passage apply ea board, or te ap3'-3m DAVIS. HOBGE i WILLIAMS. iUenip'uls, White River and Napoleon U. S. MAIL PACKET, Helena, Friar's Point, Lacoaia & Concordia STEAMER KATE fifBEE, JOHN T SH1RLET. Maater....WM. T. WOOD, Otert. S j. THIS new, splendu and fast steamer. -ev navrag oeen purcnasea tor ine racket Trade in place ot the James Laughttn,wH' continue regularly la the trade, leaving Mempbis every MONDAT and VRIUAT at 2 e'deck r. ax., puuctaaliy, connecting al Napoleon with White aud Arkansas river boats, taking frsighl and passenger to Whit river at regular rates. Returning, leaves Napo leon every TCESDAT and SATURDAY, arriving at Mem phis Sunday and Wednesday evenings. Thaaxf'i' far former patronage, the owners hope to merit a cor tiauance cf the t ame to their new boat, pre. misitig strict attention to nusinrss. LAVALLETTX & MORRIS, Agents. Notice to SiiirrEas The Frisnee" wlH receive freight until one e'dock on Mondays, aad during the en tire day Thursdays, and until one o'clock Fridays. ealS A T. Lataixette. Un of firm of Lavahette 4. Mortis. J. T. Siiielet. lateot Ibe Eate Frlsoee. E. G. Davidson, late of Padscak, Kentucky. LlVALLETTEt SHIRLEY & CO. steamboat a A' railroad AGENTS ASP OE.NEBAl. Commission & Forwarding Merchants, QjSce Yo. SI Jronf Rou and Court ttrttt. Warehouse on Water street, Walt's Block. C. F. MORRIS, Esq . having retired frem the " Pio neer Firm " In the Sleameeat Ageney business of LavaJletie X Menu," the natter nrd have aseeciahd themselves for the transaction et a Steamboat andean- rea4 Agency ana geutrai ubBSHD ana rexwarufnj basin, and weald res, ectfelly atk the patronage ef tbe BBSwreas friends of Uuoldfltm, as west as those lately ceanecudwtih tt. Oar friend Morris leaves us te locate at Brandywme Point, wbeie eur sleambul friends ta want of wovd, wsM Hart . UharMy ever reaay io wetceme mem at we tteu 1 Light. ptuBtlslng prompt attentlen to all besteets ntru4d i to ns, we respectfully refer to tbe merchants and shlppts of Memphis and the Great Wrst. LAVALLEITE, SniRLET k CO. It wW be seen f. ei the abeve ' card " that tbe Eseh t : signed withdraws from the old arm of LavaHVtle k ; Morris. ' Grateful fee the kind patronage frem the gecerons and ' wertby bsatmen ot eur prt and river, and t our citizens, whd have always extended their lafta.Bee aad favr. I ' resign with regret, yet solicit a centtaaaace of the grneral faver frem boatmen aad shippers lo my successors, Messrs. Lavallette, Shitly 4. Oo. Tae farmer has Wen rayasseeiate for jears, and is In vry wsy worthy of faver and patreBage. Messrs. Shir'ey and Davidson, late et tae steamer Kate Frlsbee, nod no commendation, since to every business . man of eur MaC their merit, as punctual business meu are known posted In ail the requli. d dalles as A gents, I cordially eenimend them to the patreaage of all packeu who wish tbe Influence of courteous and obiislng men to ) represent them. Respectfully, ap3 tf UUA3. sr. jtuitma. SEIT BARBER SHOP. THOSE wbo are fond of an easy, ceaifemble and dean SUA VB wlH fled accommedatiea at the sew shop tt JOHN BROWN, wbo has just re-opeaed on Sheiby street. His shop is comfortably and tasletBHy fitted up, aad he wfll be pleased te welcome his old easterners and as many new eaes as may see proper to patronize him. ae96-lm :EIPEESSCOMPAII. The Memphis and Charleston jBl. I Xj 3Et O jSl. X5 HAVING been completed and opem d fer the tram por tatioa of Freight and Passengers, the Adams Ex press Company I ave arranged to exttnd their Express on this Road, by which connection the TIME AA'D CHARGES On Goods by Express to and from Memphis and the East ern Cities will te GREATLY REDUCED ! Expresses will leave New Terk by tho semi-weekly t.mr enh.rtesten. kc. frtm thence to Memnhia bv EjPreJS passenger Trains, dally. Express for iSh'tILLE, CHATTANOOGA, KNOIVILLE, MON1GOMERT, CHARLESTON, SAVANNAH, jiaj the NORTH and EAST, leaves Memphis daHy at 7 O CwCst A- M Our River Express for ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE. OIN- C1NNATI, &c. will be continued as heretofore. ! By leaving orders at the office, Coutt street, between Mam and Front Row, Goods to be forwarded will be call i ed for withoct extra charge. No charge far delivering goods brought by Express. aj6-lra DR. D. F. WRIGHT HA3tetnovrdtoFgan' Buildings, on Adams street, opposite theWorsham Hone. ap!7-lm ACARD. I HAVE this day dhpo4.ee of my entire Interest In the firm of STRATTON, McDAVITT k CO. to my auo l elates In business, who assume Its liabilities, aud to whom ' payment must be nude. And In retlricg, allow me, through this medium, to express my warmest acknow- ledgments to my friends and the public for their generoa patronage during my connection with the hou, and to ' bespeak for my former partners your confidence and con , tinned liberal favors. W.B. DONOHO. Memphis, Apt U 4th, 1SS7. I The subscribers, as above indicated, have this day-pur chased the entire interest ot W. B. Donoho, in the house of Stratton.McDavitt k Co., assuming its Ilabl Itles and entire control, snd will continue the Grocery and Com mission Business under the same style as heretofore, snd in doing so, would take this occasion of returning our cordial thanks to our friends and the public for the libe ral share ot patronage accorded to us for the psst twelve years, and solicit it continuance. JOHN T.,STRAT10N, BDGAR McDAVITT, S. H. DUNSCOMB. Memphis, April 4'h. 1E57 ap7-l m jLAND AGEIVCY. SAM'L MATTHEWS' & SON, General jtnts to Bny Sell and Locate Zand in the Mississippi Bottom.- PARTICULAR attention Is paid to the selection of COTTON PLANTATIONS ram the Internal.' Ini provement and Chickasaw Scbeol Lands. t Several years experience ensbles them to give satisfac tion. Terms easy. . Address 'PlasiantiMoant.Fanola County. MlS-""S&4r tOOKrHKKE! DESIGNING to injprote.. another lot Imme diately, I will sell my rsnt residence to a ; punctual purchaser on good terms It comptUe .u teres. Is comfortably Improved, andunaues- tlonahlr one of the most beautiful and most healthy site';' la the vicinity cf Memphis. f aplg tf WM.I.TOSTON. YalHnfele Negroes fer Sale. THIRTT NEGR0K3 just arrtvea rroats.entucry. and Virginia, anions the number three good Me chanics. N. B. FORREST, mart-U No. 07 Adams street. 1