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THE DAILY SPPEAL. SUNDAY- MAY 3, 1857. mm a Ad-Far- DIVOTE SERVICES THIS DAT. Cumberlaad.Preibyterian Church, Court street, between Second and Third, Rev. A. JI. BsTAir, Pstor. Services at 10X o'clock a. M., ul 7K In the eTtning. Also, wor ship every Wedrxsisy night. ChristUn'Church, comer, of Linden and St. Patrick itreetiTBer. Dr. W. J. Bakbee, Pastor. Serrlces at lOKb'clock.A. M., and 7 r. M. I"irst Presbyterian Chorea, corner at Peplar and Third streets, Rer.; J. O. Steadsiah, Paitor. Serrlces 10 k o'clock a. u.; and at early gas-light. Lectciei on Wednesday erening, and Piajer Meeting on Friday ereri Inn ol each week. Wesley Charge, corner of Poplar and Second itreets, Eer. J. X. TEKrxx, Paitor. Serried at 10K o'clock x. a., and7r. x. Asbury Chapel, corner ot Hernando and Linden streets, Ber. P. T. Tugole, Pastor. Serrlces at 10K 0010(4 A. St., .red 7 r. M. First Baptist Church, Second street, between Adams and Washington streets, W. Caret Crane, Pastor. Services at 10 X o'clock A. M., and 7 p. t. Lntheran Chnrch, en Main between Market and Win Chester streets, Rer. Mr. Beyer, Pastor. Serrlces at lojt o'clock a. Jr., and 3 o'clock p. it. Episcopal Chnrch, corner ot Adams and Second streets. Ber. Dr. C. T. Quectard, Rector. SerTlces at 11 a. u.,and7X r- St. art of lTeis I'f atet fMus'Iij lejra;f TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MEMPHIS. Arrlrals and Departures. Saturday, May 2. City of Mtmphls, St. Loais to New Orleans. Cresent City, St Louh to New Orleans. James Montgomery, Louitrill toNew Orleans. Xebraska, Looisrille to New Orleans. Baltic, New Orleans to LocisrHle. Winchester, Memphis to Friar's Paint. Mattie Wayne, Memphis to St. LooU. g" Extra copies of the Daily Appeal ior sue as our ixunung-&oom mis morning. "Rer. L. D. Haston will preach at Wes- iw ou zaorcuBg muH -ewes. fJWe are indebted to the Adams' Ex- prea company ior a j tw i ork paper of Tuesday. "Bishop E. F. Pierce will preach at Aitmjy usapet, i&oum jtempus,) tnu morning at io o'ekwk. (PS" The Rev. R. C. Grundy, D. D.,will preach In the Second Presbyterian Chnrch ths morning at 1DK 'dock, and at night at 7K o'olcck. (s"The Theatre-coins public will hare a chance ot seeing Mr.AsH's new stock company to-mor- night. The MB offered is a good one. v. r, 2" The Washington Rifles and Union Guanls,paradedyesttrday, as an escort to the Scholars' " "Pie-Slc. They made a fine appearance. 2""Hon. Jakes L- Orr, one of South Car eHna'i cUstisgBished sons, and a distinguished member or Congress, is new on a Tislt to our city. The Savannah Fire Companies left last evening at ore o'clock for their homes. The Charleston and Augusta Companies win depart this morning. ' Rlrer Matters. CJTbe rlTer is falling cpposlUour dty. The westher last erening was dear and pleasant. 53-Tbe fine and fleet steamer Northerner will arrire to-night from Louisville. She will return to-morrow afternoon at fire o'clock. The Northerner his splendid accommodations, and her o (Seers art gentlemanly and obliging. Captain Smith Is on the hurricane deck, and Mr. Archer is in the office. 7 The Clendalt is due to-day from Cincinnati. CI" The IFiacAttfcr under command of Captain Wood left last erening for Napoleon. S3Th Kate Fritbee, undtr command of Captain Miller, will arrire this erening from Napoleon. She will return to-morrow afternoon. CfTbe St. FrancU A'o. 2 will arrire this afternoon front St. Francis riTer. She will return on Tuesday afternoon. 53" W"8 e:py the f oHowlng from the Loulsrllle Journal of Tuesday last : Siniino of the Julia Bean bv Collision with the Rain- bos. The eterk of the Raintww furnishes us with the follewing account of the- collision of that steamer with the Julia Dean : On the 2Slh olt.. about 3 o'clock in the morning, the steamer Rainbow, while ascending the Ohio rlrer, csme in ecillltlen with the stemer Julia Dean, going down, op posite Slim Inland, about f aur miles below Mount Vernon, Indiins. When the pilot ot the Rainbow discovered the Julia Dean, he blew his whistle twice for the larboard side, which shore she had crossed to and was ascending. who he was answered by the Julia Dean with one sound of the whistle, when the Rainbow was immediately stopped and started to backing. The Btlnbow was lea rned ately landed to sare the lives ot those on boarl, she havingbeeu run Into aad struck Just aft the stem, the JullaDeancemlngalmostdirecUy across the river. Find ing the Bainbow not U be leaking vrr much, the bole being above the water about one foot, we wunt tojthe wreck, made fast to, and towed it ash-ire, where it im mediately sunk. After we had landed the wreck, we pro ceeded en onr trip. Three or four of the crew of the Ju lia Dtan, deck-bands and firemen, are supposed to be drowned. Her prindpal freight was 200 bbls salt and 20 toas marble. This Julia Dean belonged to Captains Locsbart, Com- mlns. and Tarble. She cost thsm about $3,503, and they had co Insurance. They also owned the salt she had en board. The Dean was in command of Captain Ashby. Four deck-hands and one passenger were drowned. The steamer Belfast came along shotly after the colli ion and towed the cabin of the Julia Dean ashore, which had parted from the hull. Beautiful Teetli. BUBNKTT'S ORIENTAL TOOTH WASH, prepared by Messrs. JoSErK Bursett&Co, 414Tremont street; Boston, arrests decay of the Teeth, neutralizes the secre tions of the mouth, renders the gums hard and healthy, and imparts to the breath a fragrance .peculiarly aro matic and nleasant try For sale by s. MAK3 IY.IA) et co. ana ail umg- gists at 60c and $1 per bottle. ap30-datwlw ARRIVAL OP THE AFRICA. LATEB FEOLI EUEOPE. New Tore, May 1. TheJ Africa has. arrived with later dates from Europj. James McHemy & Co. quote the Flour market as un changed. Common togoo30hlo29830) Wheat active at an advance ot 2d.Sd. Mixed Corn, 33l.Sld. Richard son, Spencer it Co. quote the Flour rnsrket advanced Sd. Bacon active and firm. Lard dull at a decline, ls.2i. stock 2,000 tons. Sugar qulst, and in moderate demand. Coffee unchanged. Bell, Son & Co. quota American stocks tmchanged. Orleans sixes 7576. Exports ot gold large and likely to continue so. The Bank of Franca has ordered checks to be raised to a premium of six per cent. Consols SI K. Money 93J. The Africa brings four hundred thousand dollars in specie. Politics In England are dull. Everybody is availing the reassembling of Parliament. There are reports circulating (believed to be improba ble) abeut the Emperor of French. j Prus la is meditating between the Western powers and Naples iuo ciccuons m me mncipaillies it is believed will le- sult favorably to Asia Minor Persia Intends submitting the claims of Persia for a restitution of her territory lo England and France, BTery efto rt Is being made at Madrid to prevent hostill ties between Spain and Mexico. The Enroy at Paris re fuses to proceed to Madrid without assurances ot being otacially received. The Catholics In France urge the Emperor to take ac tive measures in the Chinese war for the protection of their missionaries It l mmAMwf that Vnri.nl wlfl . a n .t 1 fe .aic .tiiivif . I , .kii,. . V.... .nit In nn, V ... K of former treaty stlnuiatlons establishing dlDlomatlc I . . . .. . . . . .. . opinion, is an mat neea e cesirea for tne amicica 10 seek to effect a cure. apCS-dawl w f WANTED. I WISH to employ two Salesmen In my store men ft sober habits, and willing to confine themselves to bnsl ness. A. O. BLAIR, my2-tf A New Pleasure. WE have al wsj s considered the real Farina Cologne Water as the most modest and proper luxury for ocr toilet table, but the other day we were tempted by a stray bottle of BURNETT'S EALL1ST0N, or ORIENT, WA TER, prepared by Messrs. JosEPn Burhett it Col, Tremont street. Weylekl It the palm ; the eflVct Is sal utary and the perfume Is exquisite ; after the application w 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 snpply the demand. Boiton Gazette. For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO., and dealers generl ally. Price 60c. and $1 per bottle. ap30-atwlw Wlien ive Hear THAT ministers, lawyers, editors. Physicians, aUd men of intelligence, come forward and advocate any caused we are Inclined to believe that it is a just one. So, li lite manner must we txllere when thst class of persons endorse and recommend any article for the public good, bo It f or their morals or health for the latter, LtonarUt South American Fever and Ague Remedy Is spoken ot by them, and all who have nted it, as a universal and neyrf missions at Pekln, and opening nine others. It also de mands the right of establishing military posts wherever they hare Consulates; and that ressels of war snayen ter any port whatever. There has been another battle between tha Russians and Circassians. The former lost seven hundred and the latter three hundred, DIED, At the residence ot her son. Dr. C. S Fenner, on Court street, yesterdsy morning, Mrs. Mart W. Fexser, in the 67th year ot her age. ' Delegates to the Somerrille Convention wHi dear in mind that to-morrow is the dsy selected for nominating a candidate for Congress in this District. ffT There will be Episcopal services this mo nunc at half put ten o'clock, at the rooms ot the Tousg Mens' Christian Assodatien, on Main street, be tween Union and Monroe, Rev. F. W. Thomas of3cU ting. By a private dispatch, the Neve learns that Hon. Robert Hattok, of Wilson county, has re ceived the aomieaUM for Governor, from the American party. R3T We had the pleasure of -a visit Tester day irent Mr. Miixer, President, and Mr. Boot, Vice PrssMeat of the Iran Mountain Railroad. They are both dtstifigaished cit'iecs of Missouri. (22?" There vras Schwoob's American thing passed OS finely. Tuesday morning. an editorial re-union at Exchange last night. Every We wiil give particulars on 1 SS"'' take pleasure in calling the atten tion or'the rxerehanta f the West and Southwest to the card efjMesirs. Lawtox 2c Co., Commission and For warding Merchants, of Charleston. They offer the best references, and wfll give strict and prompt attention to aH business entrusted to them. We had the pleasure of a visit yester day from Hon. W. W. Bovce, member of Congress from the Gelcmbia District, S. C. Mr. B. is a man ot fine talents, and hi ripe scholarship and statesmanlike qual ities pre-emlneaity at him for the position which he now occupies with so much credit to his constituents and honor toUmseif. The Anniversary of the Sabbath School SoeMy, ef the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, win be celebrated at the Methodist Chapels in this dty to-day. .Ferrlew la MtL.Csspels at 10 H, A. M., at Wesley Chapel at 1 o'etsck, aad the Anniversary proper at Wesley at early candte Mgbjaad at Asbary Chapel on Monday night at thMasetoar. Distinguished speakers will ofSdat. The Campbell Minstrels will give three entenaiBsaeBU this week, in Odd Fellows' Hall Monday, Tasdy and Wedaesday evenings. We anticipate for tfaesi a crowded hoase on each evening, aa their reputa Uoa is to wea established as delineators el the extrara gaa' aad iBdiereas. Glre them a call If yon hare any laeUsatton to laagh and grew fat. Hardin County, Tcnn. (SECOND SEASON UNDER TUB MANAGEMENT OF mis 1-Kurme.iuH.j THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS will be opened on tha 1st JuBe nest, for the accommodation of my friends and the-puSHc, I have a large Ice House fullof Ice. An excellent Band of Music will be la attendance during the entire season. The Depot wil be at Bums rille, on the Memphis and Charleston Railroad. I navonaaae arrangements wiin.ir. J. T. ihldester. who will nave plenty if fine Coaches at tl.e Depot. All can rely on going through direct the same day tfe'y leave Memphis. He will also have fl.e Buggies t nd Carriages at the springs. apl-dav?m GEO. SHALL. J in of 53" By a change of programme, of which ' we were net Informed by the Committee ef Arrangements, no fire-works were exhibited ea the bluff, last evening, as we aanaaseed would be the case yesterdsy morning. We are sorry that our publication led to disappointment. The programme which we published was that agreed upon some tea days since by the Committee, and we supposed It was correct, as we had heard nothing to the contrary. A Case of Misery. We have been in- farmed of a family from the coaatry, having come to this dty la thehope of flailing employment, but being without money or friends they were unable to earn a living. There Is a mother aad two daughters, one of the latter a girl of nineteen in a state of consumption. They are at present In a miserable hovel on the comer of Tance and BckolstreeU,wHhotfurnitureorfueJ. The great erpor tien of the weather-boarding is tern off the bouse, and merely patched op with a few rags. The sick girl was yesterday lying in one corner huddled spin a few sags, whHst her mother was out trying to getsomethlng for her to eat. Tie etty authorities should see that they are at tended to They are natives of Tennessee, and as such bar a data oa her charity. Drowned. Dr. A. G. Tcrnrcll, a pas lenger oa the steamer Flying Cloud on her recent trip from New Orleans to St, Louis, was drowned at the head of Plum Point Bend en the erening of the 26th Inst. Be had gone on deck after supper for the purpsse of feeding and watering a horse he had with him, and by some means lost his footing and waa precipitated orerboard. The boat was immediately stopped, and the yawl sent out, and erery possrMe exertion made to sare him, but unhappily without aaccess. Dr. Tcrsbcli. was quite a yeang man, but twenty three years of age, and resided at the Iron Mountain, Mo. He was on his return to that place from a visit to his parents, residing in Washington county, Mississippi, a short distance back from Shlpworth'a Land ing, at which landing ho took passage on the Flying Cloud He was an Intelligent and accomplished gentle man, and his agreeable manners and courteous deport meat cad secured him the gocd opinion of all on board. The Old Soldiers. At a meeting of the eoidiers of the war of 1S12, of Florida, and of Mexico, held on tht 1st of May, Cel. George Pattisos was chosen Chairman, and Col. J. H. McMarox appointed "Secretary. en motion ef Dr. DicKlKsoir, it was Resolved, That we wlU farm an association tor an Old Soldiers' CeUbratlen on the 4th of July. On motion of Cel. Ferocsob, a committee was ap pointed to carry lata effect the foregoing resolution. The Chairman made the foBowlng appointments : Dr. Dickinson, Memphis, Tcnn. Jodie James, Memphis, Teas. Dr. N. Bagland, Memph's, Tenn. Gen. B. Patterson, Fayette county, Tenn. Cel. R. I. Chester, Madison county, Tenn. Geo. J. N. Bobteson, DeSoto county, Miss. Samuel Ingram. Esq., Carroll county. Dr Nelson I. Hess, Gibson cointy, Tenn. Oot. Isaac Sampson. Dyer county, Tenn. Gen. R P. Neeiy, Hardman county, Tsnn. Gen. J H. B. Taylor, Marshall county, ltlss. B. Andrews, Esq., nenderson county, Tenn. MaJ. B. Taylor. Memphis, Tenn. Gal. J. R. M'Clanahan, Memphis, Tsns. X. L. Bagland, Shelby county, Tenn. Col. W. D Ferguson, Memphis, Tenn. P. Hantaan, Memphis, Tenn. Sergeant Peeiis, Memphis, Tenn. Mr. WaadetL Memphis, Tenn. On metlen. It was ordered that the Chairman and Sec retary bs added to the committee. GEORGE PATTISON, Chairmen. J. H. McMAHOX, Secretary. K3" Persons of sedentary habits, who are gencraJy aCected with Vertigo, Laagaor and Exhaustion, Nausea and Headache, have In Bcerhave's Holland Bitters a grateful remedy. It gives strength and energy to the system, stimulates the 'dlssesttve organs, and corrects acKlty of the stomach. We would caution the pBblle against parchashlng any of the many Imitalleni of this dejghtful Aroma, To prevent impositions, be careful to ask for Bcbrhate'i Hoixaxd Bitters. Notice TlLANS and proposals will be received by the under Y TrTitii the fourth nroximo. for fencing and en closing Court Square with a substantial and ornamental. V!t wish It understood that tie whele eostof completion is to be covered by the sum of $10,000, and that bidders fer the contract must submit their plans and spedficatlons in such a manner that the undersigned may determine upon the quality of work, weight of mateilal per foot or yard, and time of accomplishment. v-B Approved bond and security will be required, both as to the quality of the work according to contract, and aa to the time of completion that may be agreed on. C.M.FACtLER J SpecU, Tana. committee. ) sp25 S. B. CURTIS, Embroideries, LACES, TRIMMINGS, PARASOLS, FANS, PERFUMERIES, &c, ac. BARINDS & CO., At tha Bazaar of Fashion. E. adoption of the Sound Dues treaty, and the crisis has ended. The Queen of Spain is reported to be encient e, Liverpool Cottos Market. James McHenry & Co. quote the advices by the last steamer from the United States as having no effect upon the market, which con tinues in the same unsatisfactory condition as heretofore, Sixteen hundred bales of Middling Uplands at 9Kd. Low. er qualities difacult, at H decline. Sales on Saturday 6,000 bales, in favor of buyers. Bichardson, Spence & Co. quote cotten market un charged on the lower grades. Heavy Imports and light momy depressing the efiVtt. Middling Uplands 7K, and Inanimate; Imports immediately placed upon the market. AU qualities of American easier Middling Orleans 7M. There is no inducement for speculative Investments. McAlmot, Bros. It Co. quote trade as generally un changed. The market is well supplied by direct ship ments; Exporters, however, buying more freely. Brown, Shipley & Co. quote the market as extremely dull. Offi cial quotations for the better grades unchanged, but dif ficult to realise; whilst ordinary and superior qualities are unsaleable. Manchester trade in Tarns advanced slightly, but goods depressed, causing serious losses to OLD BOURBON AXD R?E WHISKY, the manufacturers. The Brokers' Circular states that Axponvro uaTc latcn b,wu ours. American ireeiy onereu at a slight concession on all qualities. "Woodland Cream," A POMADE for beautifying the HAIB-highly per- rumea, superior to any rrencn anicie importid, ana for: half the price. For dressing Ladles' Hair it has ni equal, giving li a origm, glossy appearance, si causes Tho Council of Ministers unanimously demand the I Gentlemen'a Hair to curl In the most natural manner It removes dandruff, alwavs civlnsr the Hair the aDDeir ancs ot being fresh shampooed. Price only fifty cental None genuine miles signed, FETRIDGE & CO., - ft Proprietors of the "Balm ot a Thousand Flowers." Q- For sale by all Druggists. apl7-deodly imtcipl (Bkcfioir, FOR RECORDER. o h WE are nt hnr(..,i t r. .............. tirrtrv t tttt r - - 1 w UVMUVC w . b J 11 1 1.1., Esq , as a candidate for re-election to the tfflci of Re- apll corder. Pisallantons. LEHMAN & CO. WE are authorized t f.i nrnvnv w FISHER as a candidate for Recorder at'the ensuing mu- FOR CITY nriiitiniT.. WE are authorised ENUlEaa a candidate for r:uv u.r.h.i .t tv,- ...... I ap2S-tt WE are authorised tn mnnimM t 1 irpo rt "-""i . a tauaioaie fortheoOce of City Marshal, a' MUtMtiMi aicciuju in j udq nexi. mtii -te X COT r r a v WORTH OF 1' FOR CAPTAIV OP niv pnurr w "eBirlie4 "1 requested to announce Captain tJi S", J p?5T " a wnud"' t" tne office of Captain of ap2S WHOIESAIB ' & ) R ETA 1 1 LARGE SALE OF REAL ESTATE, CAPTAIV 7VI3HT POT Trr WE are aCthcriXed t annainn "PUTTY n nrwrnn - I candidate for C.ptaln cf the Night PoTto. the eDTuTnJ inne u river. in the centre. innate, f taos, (gtr. 9 Face the Music: ATTENTION, ALIi! THOSE CHICKERING PIANOS have arrived, per ateamer Oreoon. Person in want of a suprlor PIANO can get them by calling soon at McDNNET k CO.'S, 192 Main street. T yiiS0a'aT os DaT- 4th BAr of MAT JfEXT, and continue from day to day antU a 1 1 sold o sell at A AuetB the premises, J. OVBHTON TRACT OF ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTT-ONE ACRES OF LAND. tZ.. Vi H Dtwwo the sooth line of Memptitj aid the north line of Fort Piekeria?, aad fronts oa the V,irifH saoanwo tau cearestent slaed Lots, with the Depot ot the Mlssi slppi and TenaesMe Rastruad s other - t Mssissiwi Tanr. and kdSd nut ii&.mOTtf, . v. . . ... -.,. 68 the rMt of Ral Bstato ever maee in the SUte of Tencessee. ihilM?J'th ff.hJ r. ne Worily endoiMd at six months, with interest added ; balance in one. two, three and four years, with interest. G. B. LOCKE. Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker. 7 ,.,,.,.,,. .. . , . . Memphis, Tesxessee. April, 1837. ,.la.f!i" lM ,aI? ' tb Overton p-Dperry, I beg leave to make a few remarks, setting forth the ad- nlrl 1 .tiba Jfemfci xad Charleston Railroad, aad the rapid progress to eempletien of the virion V te ti!tu.ii. 55 11 V"?1"' lrM Memphis an importance, la a commercial potat of view, aseqi I la the Mississippi Vanv. aad hotda ant ladBrcnontM in V.T,- ' ... nii f-.'i Zi'jY 'Tr" ? t5nt tertfltty to ibat la the vicinity of any town or eltr in tho ap23 PIANOS. PIANOS. TWO 7 octave A. W. Ladd & Co.'a Pianos t Two8" " " ' Twos " " " " Beceived to-day, and for sale at reduced prices by P7-lm McKINNET & CO. PIANOS. PIANOS. THREE seven-octave Baven, Bacon 4. Co, Pianos ; Three 6 X octave " u One 6H octave ' " Beceived this day and for aale at 'PT-'ta McKINNET & CO.'S. DRY, GOODS. corner Main and Jefferson-Sts HAVING purchased our Staple Goods nrlor to the !:n7U,T.? LonMTn,e or st- LoU are the nearest cities North that can iJ .Ji.Jlll "r B'apie booas prior to the I command any trade, aad these are the nearest notata ta UesitkMa tht .,. u j .mpe7 and pla Osnaburg; Be. hfd Domls Tr tic, and in fact ail kinds of htltl 51Sf SISiTfSii feptlbIeof ". foar-llths of it is yet in a sUU of nature. OurblafTU washed by the Father of Wa- Prices. Brown and ffieacted DTme.tlrT' . J'!. bosom U twentyfle steamers that wo andup. Tard wide Sea IiUnd Brnn,J?(i, "Jslm a oar regaUr psckeU. plyion retmlarly op the itlis!ppi. Ohie, ComberUoi Big HaUWe, St. FraacU, centfiue dotwelroant.: land Brown Domestic only ten 'be.r Immense proetaction, leTo oar'dty caUy. wfLve .TlS.'. tlS Str Oui stock of FANCT GOODS is complete harm a vtLW M.mphU aod Charleston the Memphis and Ohio, the Mississippi ana very Urge and fnll assortment nrRHir JvJ5!T2fif. Tanessae, and Memphis aad Little Rock. These roads lead oat vt the dty to the Bast.North. Soath and West at L.wn,.al OurTOite Gfwe pay1' "f f X" lT Vroinc tT xm. The Mrmpii" arS Caarte.to EaHroS tenUonto,andcansell Swlis Jalf.Z vZn T, tl- 7 compfeted, and passengers are able to ge from here to New Tock ia less than thre days and stace the cemptetiea the very best nalltlei JtZi. fLl .alU V" teS of of " d w ' bow rteelviag CoUun tnm North Alabama aad Bast of the Teaaeslee rtver Tr SfsSs'r cent.?7 qnil"let prlCts nagla' to flltj and Tenne road w,.l tap the Mis.ippi Central road, h, dirVet JSSSwJJd Or- Every one should examine our HOSIERY ,nrt mr. I vT. . . . . . tm t MeraeAta aad take the Memphis and Ohio read. Alt 3Deeiaiiv onr 1; it fit a v. 1-1. . - 1 -v w. , especially our SHOES which w , . . . f. . . -i in ui ris p"wagei w a mpraeeeaiaea tor the great West and Paetac esast. Ibe MemnfaU ordeTMd cu warrant, wlyts wt wn.?r nTn? "f Kailroad betog Uejlrsf Hn rt that great vork. if trhasheretoforeleea aTdbtstf K PINE KID BOOTS, l"en UnM, fa UiBS, SJfti? Uantie and Pactflc BaUroad, theeeld ye,th- of last winter baa setOedthe Jl 25 per pair laceu witn wmte kW. at qnes-.wn, i,r white lis- Nortfcwwlern rosds -ere freecn np for mootfcs, werrfver lt in , ear oa any or onr n!. r 1 suu uii (3 ttus uiMiu wum wc nu iiTB 1 iBiu ima Dtre in .tt i mil that iii . PIANOS. PIANOS. FOUR 8 octave Hallett, Darls k. Co.'a Pianos; Two 6 K ' " " ' TwoBJf " " 'i Four 7 " " " ' This day recelred at P7-lm McKINNET & CO '3. E. E. P. DAYIDSON, GENERAL LAND AGENT for Bolivar, Coahoma, Sun flower and Washington counties, will be found at the. Commercial Hotel, on the 1st, Sd and Sd days of May. apl5-t!3xaay FUNERAL IKYITATIOX. The friends of Mr. Phillip and Catherine Garvin are Invite! to attend the funeral of their son Jo IIS R., on SUNDAT, the Sd, at S o'clock, from thtlr residence on Tbor ton Avenue. nryZ FOR SALE, mWO DRAYS also two Dray Licenseswhich have eight A ana nine montus to run. Apply to feb4-tf GwTNNE it. GIBSON, NELSON & NEWELL, WHOLESALE DEALERS Iff Foreign JjiQuorss TOBACCO, CIGARS, For Sale, AN extra likely NEGRO GIRL, sixteen years old, of good qualities. Prefer selling her in or near the city. No one need apply who annot glre her a comfortable, and permanent home. Apply to EDMONDSON & ARMSTRONG, ap!4-3w 217 Main street. iq. T sTT, 3POH.TEJ3., Etc. hIARUrACTURERJ Or Domestic Liquors and Rectified Whisky, MAIN STREET, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF UNION, MEMPHIS, TENN. HATE In Stare i half pipes Otard, Inpuy it Co., Brandies; 2 " " Finer. Castiilen Co., Brandies ; 3 or. pipes " ' " 6 ' " Henersey, " 10 " casks Pert Wine; 8 " " Mad " 1 ' " Old Sherry Wins; 100 bbls. Old Bourbon Whisky ; 60 " " Rje 200 " Rectified " 100 cases Ginger Wine; 300b4sAle; 300,000 aasorted Cigars ; 7a boxes fine Virginia Tobacco. Together with a large and varied assortment of gocds In our line, lo which the attention of the trade is respect fully solicited ap30-d3m Death ef a Kew York Merchant. New Tore, April 10. Sam Nicholson, of ths firm of Brown, Brothers & Co., died this morning aged sixty years. The Pacific Express Company. New Tore, April 30. The failure of the Pacific Ex press Company, of California, does not effoct the estab lishment of the same name here, which will continue business as usual. From Salt Lake. Salt Laee, April 25. The Legislature cf Utah has passed a law ordering a military school to be opened to teach military tactics. The Dcttret Ifetse argues that the Federal Government is powerless to appoint territori al oncers. Strike of Railroad Conductors. Baltimore, April 30 The Conductors of a freight WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, J train on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad have struck. ia consequence of an erder to seal the cars. One bun 1 dred Conductors assembled on the cars, while In motion, uncoupled them, and drove the engineers and firemen Into the woods. The Company refuse to compromise. Con siderable excitement all along the road. SAVAXXAn RAILROAD ROUTE. Special Notice to Shippers. THE completion of the Memphis and Charleston Rail road, which has Just been accomplished, connects this city (Memphis) with Savannah, Georgia, by continuous ralL Shippers of Goods from or to Northern and East ern cities will find It greatly to their interest to order their shipments via Savannah. Besides the ability and willingness ot this line to effer erery facility afforded by the Charleston route. It possesses one peculiar ad vantage over It. There is one trant-thipment I cit 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 freight are at present same as by the other ronte. Handbills, containing rates and other informa tion relative to the Savannah Line, will be issued In due time. Mr. J. A. S. Tcttle Is the agent of the Central Rail road, la New Tork. Office No. 13 Broadway, where he will be pleased to furnish fates, and confer with South ern Merchants or their Agents in that city, as to the ad- vantages 01 snipping via oavauuan. A. G. WARE, Agent Savannah Line. Atlanta. Georgia. aplO-dtwawIm GEO. FLiAHERTY & BRO. P1AMU3, Melodeons. t7-T mcdern and antique Cabl-jS?Sa a-H net Furniture Bulk off Vl )J ffrf stock. $50,000. consistine'J " P of a variety from a plain Kitchen Table to the most ele gant and elaborately carved Bostwood Parler Setts, in eqaat in fertility to any in the Union The State of Mlssonri has arprepriated $2 K0.800 to be expended South of the Iron Mountain, bringing this road to to the dividing .ine between this SUte aid Arkansas. EanSershive been examining, the past summer, tbe Hue ef this read th roach the iieh bniiam i4. . ii 1 , fu...i TlFl f?iW"1? tht l "'rr "B1U 5 rtor thereby iron, co.1 d provisions cheap and abandnt to Memphis, whit will greatly increase Us maauf acturteg Industry and capital No country in the . I. , .... .....j . u . C WCT U . 1.1, I.UU, . Werecwred ast season orr 309.000 bales ef Cotton, aad by the extension of oarBattread Improvements w wH rbaMy increase tbe amount the next season to 500.000 bales, which is aboat one-sixth of he whole Cotten crop of tbeSoath there are oalrfoar cities that Meive mare, w.rvrrts 1,., ?T" .Jl . . " SELL them for the manufacturers at their prices, ad-1 T,r ? 'U"B" amount of Co a and Pork, nd the total ralee ef the produce brought 'into Memphis at the ding frei?h' and Insurance. V ' fint market. l greater than that of St. Loai., Loulsrttle er aaeianall. In making UUi rtatementTof ure I do i w tins Aiau in. Mgcccy ior aillger & CO.'S I if-mrhH was made a port of Biry ooly a lew jean ao. aad ber importa now jim np to about IKLjllUiil SEWING ilIACIIIXES. , OurmannfictarlngraUrestlsmaveryrlearUhlDgcondltto-Ve manufacture aH onr Conr, Vesldes eipertteg r,h , . . 1 1!!!17'. b"e DDmber 0tI0Cait':. ,B1?,"'B m 1" hundred haads, t,Mes varicras sraaMer rnanofacti- " .u in operation in me his: ana 1 .""n" ""'" wirj ana saippiBg tnem tapaducah and other ooints. We hare Jbemnan & Co Having the Agency for Wheeler & Wilson's SEWING MACHINES, G&'nt' ?r Oaaolt.JlMt. Looking """cm of our store, stit'chln .1 rawmaterial for manafacta?lng to 'the Via5rorMphs. iT?undaBtht or toeffi'atTery Gasses, Ottomanf, Frames prepared for Embroidered Sphering, binding, tc sewing either the finest of sHk P'lces. mi. m ueawsono, ai veryiair Covers, Refrigerators, Shower Baths, Water Felterers, f h ariest cf osnaburg, doing the work of tenor fifteen wu .7 n siuui aiaira nasistera always kept I IAUics ui uay. J- w AllitlUrlAuTo Pianos Tuned I city or country, br an exnertenred Pro fessor, by tearing your orders at the same famntic Ais comer ot Main and Union streets, Memrhls. apl UBO. FLAUERTr i BRO. PIANO POETE, PDBNITTJHE, Carpet and Curtain Rooms. PIANOS of A. A. Gale 1 Jc. Co., Ligbte, Newton it uraaDury; Rosewood. Ma- faogany and Walnut Parlor jassijii. p. I and Bod Boom Furniture, Sofas, Divans, Bureaus, Ward robes. Secretaries. Cottage Matble Ton Red Ttmm o.n. . uuuu ui Kfvuitituu r u rot lore. Spring, Hair, Moss, Cotton and Shnck Mattressea to order Oil Carpeting, from thtee to elehtrm wiae; is pes try, urusseis and Common Camels. Tram. parent Shades and Curtains. Carpets, Curtains and Cor nices, made by an experienced Upholsterer. Looking Z.,oS lsD tock' irteinK o duplicate their eastern win., i ica-c aiamo our gooas and prices. arC9-lmdaw I.EnMAN & CO. IT ANTED. TWO good 3 0DT.NET 14 EN CARPENTERS, to work a short distance trom the city, to whom good wages ui ma uaiu xor luiuirr mrucniiri inir. a. r ir HOLST SON, Main atreet, between Monroe and Union! THE GREAT .TUBIEEE! AT THE FTtV: we nave mare cbercftcs than any city ef tbe same size in the RnW n rw ir..iA.i. 1. t - tho fund is amply sarBeient to educate aU tie cMrzn within the city limits. We hare supejBYpriVatT mate aad I emale schools, and two medieal schools. Oar population is increasing mere rarikilv thin t n the trade of the city is increasing In a like preport iorlp , ' T' .rni.u v. ..t i. iv. vi-i . . . . ... . J3" This p reptrty la worth oTer $&eo,CCO, andjw! ap30-3t FaH be sold to tte highest bidder, without regard to price. G. R. LOCKE, - Aattteaeer and Real Estate Broker. NOTICE. OX TOE FIEST AND SECOKDOF MAY. DR-SACNDERS' c3e at J. M. Siedge 4. Ca.'s Drag 'SterK-riear'the PostOtSce. raar3-tf G?YT. TRUEHEART. ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis Tenaee. Office in Meshy i. Boat's new Blecs, np stairs. Front Row. Refer to E. M. Appeneo it Co., and w. B. MUler. apt-2ni !"!!? P'cture Frames made to order. Pianos tuawd, T) ABX, the world-renowned Artist' Is on hand, making , ?:MAi iS' and all kinds of Musical Instruments repaired by expel X Pictures In Railroad time. He can makm fifty I ARr AT IW Memphis, Teoa. OOee rienced workmen. n. M. GROaVEVfiR. Main street, between Madison and Monroe. I to Ore hundred a day. xaar27-dawm (No. 678.) JVOTICE OF the establishment of three additional Land Ofdcei in the Territory of KANSAS. in pursuance of theact of Comrrnt mnn-s r . S, 1M7, entitled An act to establlth three additional mainciB m me ierniory of Kansas, " to be called STRANGER, don't fall to visit tti. .crr nir... 219 M.ln atreet. ODDOslte Odd FMa 1r.11 " apia-datw FOR RENT. A DWEDLING n0USE, on Adams street, (near tbe intersection of Adams and Third streets,) it bting the same at present occupied by James Elder, and adloinlntr subscriber. Possession giTen on the 1 at of Jure next. ap26 Im DAT. M. CURRIN. Jx. the River Bank, tooth comer ef Cesrt Sqaare aad Main street. apf-wtf From Wnshlngton. Washington, April 30. The Government has for felted the sureties for Chsplin, tbe negro-stealer. Whltessy, First Comptroller of the Treasury, left the office to-dsy without making award In the Bamsey and Commock case. A NEW DISCOVERY. THE many evidences adduced in this dty place it be yond doubt as to the permanent cure of CONSUMPTION in all of its forms, by the continued use ot Dr. SLEDGE'S HOABHOUND PECTORAL. CROUP relieved In one minuterX - and tTofforsozi Strr-oo-t. In thekotut occupied fomtrly by Mrt Thomptov., nAS JQ9t returred with the finest and best W&l stock ot reaU' and ladles' BOOTS and SHOES, f JJwhich, being selected evpressly for this market, he vimntj for dnrahltitv and lite .tvl At the same time, he te'ders his thanks to his old ra irons for past favors, and hopes for a libera! patronage in the new stand Just removed to, where he will be always ready to attend to any work In his line at the earliest no tice. An early cat! is saliclted. ap8-3m WM. MILLER. J3"Bulletln please copy. DIRECT UOVTE TO TTASHIXCTOX, ARK., TEXAS, &G. TAGE leaves Caster's Landing, Ark., (Mississippi river.) MONDATS, WEDNESDAYS, and FRIDAYS. at S A M., and arrives, in Washington in fifty hours. Far JI3. Washington passengers have the preference ot seat Passing through Monticello, Warren, Hamp ton and Camden, connecting at Camden wi-h Stage lines to Eldorado and lo Hot Springs via Princeton, Tulip and Rock port. Connecting at Washington with liaes to ClarksvWe. Texas, Shrereport, Louisiana, and Little Rock, Ark. The road through the Mississippi bottom Is greatly Im proved, and money has been appropriated from the In ternal improvement and other fnnds which guaranties that it will be made equal to any ether portion of the road this summer. BKOAN k. CO., Proprietors. Beldiso k. Stoke. Agents,-apM-datwlm .Caster's Landing. jrpTPRESC0TT&C07" MANUFACTURERS OF LAED OIL, SOAP AND CANDLES, Foot of Jefferson Street, MEMPHIS. TENN". TTTE lso keep on band COTTON SEED OIL. which we VV guaranty to answer aU purposes for which Lard Oil is ued. We have certificates from competent judges to this effect. We caa sell it fen per cent cheeper than Lara oil. ai30-3m. Foreign Political News. New Tore, May 1. The London Poif, the organ of the Administration, regards the alteration of all treaties as highly Important, even virtually so, and looked upon as afresh accession to slavejpower by our Government, but the writer does not assert that tht British Cabinet will reject the treaty notwithstanding. Those of our Readers WHO are under the neccaslty of asking applications to tbe hair will do well to read the advertisement of Prof, Wood's Hair Reiterative in another column. In the space of time which it has been before the pnblic. It has won for Itself a reputation unequalled by any other ar tide of the kind no known, and wherever tried, it has, so far as our knowledge extends, been tried with success, Jacksonville Conttitutionalitt, March, 1S55. To be had of O. J. Wood it Co., Hi Market street. St, Louis, and of druggists generally. aprill7 daw2w Ship Abandonment. New Tore, May 2. The ship Rebert Parker arrived at Mobile from Ilavre, and reports the ship Sea as hav ing been abandoned abeut the 231 ultimo. The English papers regret the refusal of the American Government to form an alliance against China. River News and markets. New Orleans, April 29 Cotton sales to-day 35,- OOObales receipts 950 bales ; Sugar buoyant, 10XIlc St. Louis, April 30. River falling. Locisvilee, April 20. Raining river haa fallen two North Alabama, Middle TcnUCS- For Spring and Summer of 1857, FOR GENTLEMEN. ELEGANT Daesa, Moleskin and Casslmere HATS, re ceived at WHEATON'S, 75 Front Row, where those In want ot a superb and fashionable HAT will please call. Constantly on hand and receiving the largest and finest stock of SOFT HATS In the city at fetfit WHEATON'S. 75 Front Row. inches. Arrived David Gibson and Northerner; de parted Empress. CIKCI5XATI, May 2 Flour demand fair ; prices firm at$CiSS13. Markst opened dull; closed improved. slightly firmer. Msss Pork demand active at full prices; sales at $22. Whisky market inactive, prices drooping. at 25HC w New Tobe, May 1. Cotton Middling Mobile 7Xe; maiket closed heavy; Flour slightly firmer; Wheat ac tive; Coffee firm ; Mess Pork steady and In fair demand; Bulk Pork declined. Tetal amount of pork in packing, yards, 60.000. Cincinnati.' May 1. Mixed Corn very steady at 75c : Mess Pork tn active demaVi, with sales at $22; whisky unsettled at 25 He tj) New Tori, May 2. Molasses, demand fair, prices advanced 73c: Flour, demand eood. orieesfedraneed. steamer's news considered favorable, with an advance of from 610c, $6 75 $7 75; Wheat, demand good. prices advanced 81c; Mess Pork, large speculative de mand, pries 23H21Xc; Lard active, advanced XGXc, ltXc; Bulk Pork declined, moderate, though prices firm. see and North Mississippi Trade: THE DEMOCRAT, Huntsville, Alabama, published by J. Withers Clat, Edi.or and Proprietor, is nearly thirty-five years old, and is much the largest paper in North Alabama, and Us proprietor believtt it Is the oldest and has the widest and most general circulation ot any Alabama paper In the Southern counties of Middle Ten nessee ; the counties of Jackson, DeCalb, Madlsen, Mar shall, Limestone, Morgan, Blount, Hancock, Lawrence, Lauderdale, Franklin and Walker counties, in Alabama, and the Northern counties of Mississippi. Advertise ments left at the Memfiiis Appeal Office; with James Penn, Esq., or forwarded directly to "The Democrat, Hunttvillc, Ala.," promptly inserted at reasonable rates. April 2, lbo7. c. b mooke. . IIALSTEAD. Wanted Immediately, A GOOD GARDENER liberal wagss paid Apply tc J. M. SHAW & CO., Office on Bank Avenue, 1st coor from Madlson-st. marlB-tf H5TE"W BOOKS ! JUST BECEIVED, AT LAMB, Y0UAG & CO.'S, Ho. 259 Main Street, SEVEN Tears Street Preaching In Sen Francisco, em brixlng Incidents ot Triumphant Death Scenes, &c, br Rev. Wm. Taylor. Earnest Christianity, Illustrated, by Caughey. Showers of Blessings from Clouds of Mercy, by Cant hey. Reriral Miscellanies, from the works ot Jaa. Caughey. Life In Tbe Itinerancy. Popular Oblectlens to Methodism Answered, or the Con vert's Counselor, by Daniel Wise. The Desert of Sinai, a Journey from Cairo Bersheba, by uoratius bo ar, li. n. The Heroes of Methodism, byWakeley. The Pkmeers of the West, by Strickland. Irvlng'a Life of Washington. Lives cf tbe Lord Chancellors of England, by Lord John ua-spseii. Uvea i4 the Chief Justices of England, by Lord John Uaapoeu. Sparke's American Biography. Apple tin's Cyclepadia ef Biography. Tbe tibove, together with a large assortment of school Law, Kedical and Miscellaneous Books, which can be sold chtap, by LAMB, TOUNG tt CO., apw zss stain street. ,.K BANES, STAR PLANING MILL, Door, Sash and Blind Manufactory, . AHB SECOND STREET, SOUTH OF UNION, MEMPHIS, TEJfrr. Memphis and Charleston It. II. At a meeting ot the Board of Directors of tbe Mem phis and Charleston Railroad Company, held at Hunts ville, Ala., on the 19th February, 1S57, the following re solution was unanimously passed : Resolved, That In accordance with the power and au- thoritr given In the fifteenth section of the Charter of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, the Biard of Di rectors of said Company hertby declare that alt stock holders who do net pay out fully the stock they hold In said Company, on or before the 30th day of June next, that be same will be forfeited to the Company, including all stock wholly or partly unpaid; and the Treasurer of each division ot the Road be required to give notice to that efilct, trom tbe Istof April to the30iaof June next. A true copy of the minutes. W. a WALDKAN, Treasurer Western Division. Memphis, April 1, 1857 api-td YYm. A. Batchelor's Hair-Dye. GRAT, RED or ROSTT HAIR dyed Instantly to a beautiful aad Natural BROWN or BLACat, without the least Injury to hair or skin. Fifteen iledalt and Diplomat have been awarded to Wil. A. Batchelob since IS39, and over 80,000 appli cations hare been made to the hair of his patrons of his famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair and whls Vpti U Tinlnpit. aa It would be acalnat corerlnE a bald "XTTP.XV SnPrYR.TP. I head with a wig.' -X-- .m. -a v v fr js -s--B-sv, a i. FLOORING, Weatherboards, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door and Wldd.w Frames and Casings, Mantles, Mould ings, Comic. Celling, Latti e Work, Baseboards, Turn ing, Scroll Work, Shelving, Boxes, &c., and every de scription of Building Material, dressed and undressed, always on hand and made to order. MOORE, ITALSTEAD it CO. N. B. The highest Cash price paid for all kind, of Lumber. myl-ly 3S W. E. MILTON, 26 Madison Street, Up Stairs, X St WHOLESALE DEALER IS BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER FINDINGS, No. 262 Main street, (CP-STAIRS. OTER LOCKE'S AUCTION ROOM,) HAS Just received sixty cases staple Boots and Shoes, which will be sold as low aa the same ar ticle could now be purchased for East. Also a 'lot of cb-jlce Leather, which will bs sold very cheap. I will pay the highest cash prices for Hides, Sheep- skins. Furs. P ltry, Tallow. Beeswax, fee. ap30-lm Just Eeceived. PER steamer John Simonds 20 bales heavy India Bagging ; 10 tierces Rice, prime; CO bags Tellow Tarn Sweet Potatoes ; GO bags Onions ; Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair-Dte produces a color not to be distinguished from nature, and Is warranted not to Injur in the least, however long it may be continued. Made, sold or applied. (In nine private rooms.) at the Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, New Tork. Bom m all cities and towns of the uniiea states. By Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. rf The Genuine has the name and address upon a steel-plate engraving on four sides ot each bottle, of WILLIAM A. BATUIH5LUH, 233 Broadway, New Tork. tJ- For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO., and Druggists generally. may31-dtwawly TtfSTTR ANflE A GENT. Oa consign meat sod for salelow to tbe trade by ruaouaiuriujiiiwi Vo. 47 Front Raw. Marine Insurance Companies in tne United States. Exchange and Note Broker. I will attend to the negotiation of all NOTES AXD BILLS OF EXCHANGE. oc!7 myl-i3t MEMPHIS INSURANCE COMPANT, Memphis, Tennessee. CAPITAL -$150,000. Sam. llosby, Pres't; Ben May, Seo'y. orr ice ox JErrrnsos stsset. C. W. CTIEBAT, D. B. 2IOLLOT,. irenceni. secretary. ,.C. II. HAILE, I -ireaturer. Memphis Life and General Insurance Comp'y. (LATE C. W. CHERRT tt CO ) Exchange end Sank Uoto .List. New Tsrk Excbang Kl prem New Orleans " Hl prem St. Lorda " H&l prem Cincinnati " X J. prem LoulsrUls " X Kprem Gold 1 iXprem Silver ' 2 prem Land Warrant 90105et9 acre Louisiana Bank Notes par Kprem Northern " ' Pr Hprem Alt iincorrent moner bought ana sola. Aixansas Swamp Land Scrip bousht and sold. myl DIRECTORS. GBEEKLAW, X. H. ALZXJf, J. J. BAWLinCI. mi7 tf A.O. q. o. J. 0. Wood Choppers Wanted. I WISH to hire some seven or eight good Wood Chop pers, to whom the usual wages will be given. Apply soon to apl5-tf 0. C. MATDWELL, Memphis. nriHBEE HUNDRED boxes, X airs, for saie uy H and H box, Star Can. marl7 HANCOCK, CLARE & CO. THREE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Laid; 10 barrels do. For sale by marll uaxiuuva, juAr.z w. M'JLL.E MANTERS, Parisienne, WHO speaks English fluently, withes to give lessons In the French and Spanish Languages, and also in Vocal Music. M'lle MAKvrns would be glad to attend schools, or give private lessons. Mile M. brings testi monials from the highest pe-sonages in this country, signed by President Pierce, Gov. Aiken, (S. C.,) Senator Butler, Col. Jefferson Darls, &c, which she will be hap py to exhibit. Apply at Mi Bulkley's, Hernando street, next door to tbe late Mayor Carroll's residence, or at the Music Stores. apIE dtwawtf . FIFTT barrels No. 1 Molasses, for sale by marl7 HANCOCK, CLARE k 00. cash: cjsb:: HIDES! HIDES! HIDES! 100,000 Hides "Wanted I FOB which we will pay the highest market price in cash. We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER and BEAR SUNS. In fact, any Skins used by TAN NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the HIGHEST CASH PRICE. GEO. PHILLBR k CO., norK-gm a 73, Front Row. Tttttp oTrtrxxxt to FoTn nXost Dfi. CHEESEMATTS PILLS. THE combinations ot ingredients In these Pills are the result of a long and extensive nractice. They are mild In their operation, and certain In correcting aU Ir regularities, painful menstruation, removing all obstruc tions, waeiner irom coia or omerwise, heaaacne, pain in the aide, palpitation ef the heart, disturbed sleep, which alwaya arise from Interruption of nature. They can be successfully used aa a preventive. These Pills should never be taken In pregnancy, as they would be sure to cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything Injurious to Ufa or health. Explicit directions, wmcn snouia do read, accompany each box. Price sjl . For sale In Memphis by s. Mansfield & co, G. D. JOHNSON, WARS k JONES. Ity Sent by man by enclosing $1 to Dr. CORNXLirja L. UIIKK3EXAJ., fo. ivz uroacway, New Tork. mayl-ltwawly M. G. 0AY0E & SON, ATJ0TIO2NTEBH.S, COMMISSION" MERCHANTS, Gcicral Ageats & Real Estate Brokers No. 25 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. febl-Sai respectively the " Delaware Land District. " the " Osage T, n. . ; 1 Lsnd District. " and tbe ' Western fAiid n;.tn- ... The RlfrhtS and Tslltioa nf tUa 5'.7.dehclrcliDd m.il kJl0Jw" that tbe oacn 'or American Citizen. aisiricis nave oecn established as follows, vlx : HP HE Americad Citizen, nis Rlehu an.l .S?.tWvl7 T1; ?V ft . 5tDo,DlFhin' mstothespintof the ConsUtutlon ot thi Voltel I" " 2?'ge WJJ,rlf ' at Ton S00"' St'M ! T Bishop Hopkins. For the "Western District" itnidni in .m t. I wa.r:..;n r-Tt,.t.. :.j A. ,. . J - ----. -...- , - - ...... .w. .UUUfcUb av. aim.u,.iou, A GOmptiaUvB t lory. I tivinn.n t in . . . . elevenM Qt "ton- m " " El Gringo, or New Mexicoand Her People: by W. W H Davis, late Cnlted States Attorney. Tlvla, or The Secret of Power ; by Mrs. Seuthworth The Golden Legacy, a Story of Life's Phases by a Lady. New Biographies of lUustriocp Men. Harper's School History. AMo, a large assortment of Psmphlets Plays, embracing DR. ?ENNER attends exclusively to SargHal Diseases, suu as Piles, Fistulas in Ano, Strictures, Stone in Bidder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, Polvpns, Diseased Bones and Joints, Deformities from Burns, Hair-Lip, Contracted Tendons from loss of Lips, Cheek, Nose, Eye lids, Jlc, Closed Jaws from Salivation, and an other dis eases and deformities requiring Surgical aid. sep20-dtwawlyls lUplat iarliefs Byorlerof the President ; , , , JOS. S.WILSON, Acting Commissioner of the General Land Office. ap2S-law6w (No 650) ft F the establishment cf three additional Land OBce, BtoriTne.? iTi? kZJlX Dlama' Id pariuncwof he act of Cnirrp ammr,, r!T, 3. 1S57. PntltlsM An r fit .n.v. v. . .jii.tr... -- -- v vbW,,ou uirc au'iiLiaii amrtsls-th TrrltorT of NKBXl ASK A. 'W CLEAVES It GUI OK. called, iwicXlTd.tbe-llCE3fATrA INn.TiTrrntT5? the SniTTTT PT.iTTP 1TV17D T a Vn ntMmiXp w . K. - . . rue ajsa.i XT AJ AO A 1 J j i. ntllr the TiAirnTi rivn TvrQTiiTi! t a. . . . I HAT, HAT, ai.51j)u per aou rounds, MM 1JS,J$ FR. DR. FENNER also attends to aU Diseases ot the Eye and Ear, and la prepared to Board Patients trom a distance. X3T Office on Main street, In Walker's BoUdlng, resl dence on Court street. sepSOltwawlytBa DR. JOHASOX'S IAFIR3IART, TOR DISEASES OF TBE EYE AND EAR, SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS. ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c.j NO. 15 JEFFERSON" STREET, Two Doors East or Commercial Hotel, may27daw MEMPHIS, TES5. DR. D. F. WRIGHT and madVknown Tthat siltrict A H' W mU" TT" TT3 LJ'la BuUd ci Adams street, been established as follows, via? J, o"tncu have I JX Landing. jAC0B P. DUNN. Hreppe the (Trasvun House. apl7-ln T" it., am r- r a ww a w . . n - . I aP Ul Ww I - 1 For the "NEMAHA LAND DISTRICT" t Hrnm.. vilte, For the "SOUTH PLATTE DISTRICT" at Nebraska liny, For the " DAKOTA DISTRICT " at Dakota City. In said Territory Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, this thirteenth day of April, 1S57. By order of thePnsldent: JOS. S. WILSON. Acting Commissioner of the GenerajlLand Office. ap-a-iawbw Guns and RUIeS. ALOTcf Guns, Rifl. Pouches, Bafs, Flasks, Horns, ? kc, ot superior quality, oflered at cost and charges. for cash tocSosethelot ap26-dtwaw2m 1. WELLES J L. TATLOR, Main-st. ICE CREAM SAL00I! Jos. Sneclit BEGS leave to Inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of Memphis and its vicinity that he has now oriened hit newly fl-ted up ICE CREAM SALOON, in his new oricacoiiQing on iisuison street, where he will be pleased to see hU o'd customers, and the public in general. J3 Always on hand, every.rariety of Confectioneries. He will also furnish Wedding Parties and Balls at the I snortest notice. JOSEPn SPECHT. ap2o-d3m Just Received. QrVfl CASES Hostetter'a celebrated Stomach Bitters. J J J apl DOCTOR TF. C. CATi3SrAlIGI3. TTATING liermnotlv Licattd in Maainktii asm hi. Il services in all tbe branches of his profession to the citizen or .Memphis and vicinity. OQce on Main street, (West side,) between Adams and wasbtBcloB streets, in Stevenson's Beiraings. ap!99m Regular Memphis, Helena, Fri ar's Point & Xapoleou Packer. U The regular and fast passenger packet 1 steamer lACuaTlSH, A. T Wood. Master, J Richardson. Ofetk. wtH leav Memphis for th abv and Intermediate points on each SA1URDAT and WEDNESDAT, at 2 o'clock r H i and retarntnr, wOi leve NapoleoB each SUNDAT and THURSDAY afternoon. For freight or passage apply on board, or to ap2i-3m DATis, HODGE JCKILIJAMS. Memphis, White Kirer and Napoleon TJ. S. TKATTI PACKET, Helena, Friars Point, Laconia & Concorilia. STEAMER KATE JOHN T. SHIRLET, Master... .WM. T. WOOD, Clerk. U THIS new, splendid and fast ateamer. rl having been purchased fer the Packit Trade in place of the James LaaghUn,wtH coattnae regularly in ta trade, learlns Mempbti every MONDAT and FRIDAT at 3 o'eleck p. 51., punctually, ceonecUag at Napoleoa with WbMe aud Arkansas river boats, taking freight and passengers Vo White river at regular rates. Returning, leaves Napo leon every TURSDAT and SATUKDAT, arriving at it era phi Sunday and Wednesday evenings. ThanEfi,' for termer patronage, the owners hope to meritacoPilnnaBcaof the same to their new boat, pro mising strict attention to business. LATALLETTS it MORRIS, Agents. Notice to SiiirrEHs. The "FrUbee" rg rcceire freight until as o'clock oa Mondays, aad during tha en tire day Thursdays, and until one o'clock Fridays. octlS Dry Goods at Wholesale; TTJST received, direct from New Tork, oa Consignment, J of upwards of $30,000 worth of teasonabfe Staple ury uooas. i gooas oetng on coastgnment. I can ar. ferd and will sell better bargains than ever waa offered lr this dty. Merchants aad planters, who with to buybj the piece will and to their Interest to examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE, nov5 A net loneer and Real Estate Broker. H II. POTTER. Main-st . Third door North Worsham House. WEIXER & ERWEY, Memphis Factory ADD LTJJIBER YARD, Overton ttreet, near the Memphis and Ohio Devot, KEEP for sale and make to order Doors, Blinds, Sash, Mantles, Frames, Mouldings, ana everything In that line, of tbe best materials and workmanshln Thv it. also prepared to do all kinds of Sawing and Planing for I rlence la the Instruction of youth in some of tho best in. mo irauc, tun to jsreci ouiiaingj ot every aescriptlon : to I slltntlons in the united states sneive ana at up stores, ana other jobbing. navlng procured suitable machinery, they will soon be enabled to manufacture PACKING BOXES of all kinds, cheaper and better than ever before made In the city. Shingles, White Pine and other Lumber for sale, dressed and undressed. S3" Orders from the country promptly attended to. ap23-dawly NOTICE. rrtHE undersigned, Teacher of Modern Languages, re. JL spect filly announces to tbe young la41s and gen tlemen of Memphis that he will open a Night School ui the 16th day of April next, In which he will give in struction in all branches taught in High Schools and Academies. Particular attention will be g.ven to in struction in the English, German, French and Spanish Laugu.ges. The best references given, after twenty years' expe- Sfffi Piano Fortes tor Male. I HATE in store, jnst received direct from New Tork. TWELVE PIANO FORTES, from 6 1-3 to 7 octave, of supe rior finish and dlierent styks. seme beiaz lniaiu wimrearl. They will be sow at greatly reduced prices. This presents a most favorable oppertuatty to purchase a superior Instrument at a bargain. Terms made ta suit purchasers. G. B. LOCKE, dec-13 tf Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker For particulars apply at the School Room, (lormerly occupied by the Court,) comer of Front Row and Adams street, or Mr. Joseph Teufel, or Capt. F Rlngwald. S3" AIs, private instruction given during the day. apl5-dlm N. FURCJC. NEGROES TO HIRE. TWO or three able-bodied NRnnn pv m.. Apply at Dr. Keller's office, corner Union and Shelby streets. ap22 tf GREAT SOUTHWESTERN CARRIAGE EMPORIUM! J. M. WISWELL & CO, TniS extensive establishment continues at the old stand on Union irat, betl-een Main and Second, where maybe found a very fine assortment of Carriaces. Rntr- gles Rockaways. kc, of their own manufacture. They taxe in is method of returning thanks for past favors, and invite those wishing to buy to examine their stock before purchasing elsewhere. al1 ly X. Q. C. LAMAS c. n. JlOTT. LAMAR & MOTT, A TTORNETS AT LAW, Holly Springs, Mississippi. Jl ap21-dawem Choice Irish Potatoes. lOfl SACKS for sale by 1 U B. MERRILL, octM No. 5 Monroe street. IMPROVED SPECTACLES, ACCURATELY adjusted to the eye, so as to suit the most difficult vision, withcut occasioning that sense of weakt ess or fatigue to the organ generally complained of by wearers of common glasses, but enabling the wearer of this Improved Spectacle to pursue the most mlnnte employment either by day or candle light, with ease and sausiacuon, oy CHBN. jinTLIiEE, Optician, OF THE FIRM Or GURU". MTJLLER & BRO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Cloclis, Watches, Jewelry, IMPROVED SPECTACLES, Afodison-sf ., ief. ATm'n. and Front Roto, OPPOSITE I. B. KIRTLAND'S OFFICE, MEMPHIS. PARTICULAR attention paid to the retulrine of Watches by an experienced workman. Being detern ined not to be excelled in superior work 'manshln In this branch of the busmeni. w h.v engaged a first dais Watchmaker, and can flatter our selves in ssylng that there Is no House, East or West. that can boast ot a better. Clocks carefully repaired and warranted Jewelry and Spectaclea of every description made to order. Old Jewelry neatly recalred. and Sn.-t- de Glaases Inserted In old frames to suit every sight. P. 8. The numerous complaints of persons who have been lnrposed upon by individuals peddllcg through the country an interior trrcie oi spectacles, representing them to be these Improved glasses, render it necessary that we should caution the public against such venders, and protect the reputation at onr sLuaes. All spectacles made by us are stamped urtti the name of the Una. maritMuw uhristian muller k BRO. KEW COUNTRY RESIDENCE. i njuu bcii & uarg.ua in inrcc ana one-Halx acres of Land, with & han nf ! v rsum vitov.. a w. vvum, a4sx,M s I I n tin iftnantt nvmfl in,A TT.e t - s waat AUW UUU1U 13 JUIb UU I fkail heell In !.. J . 7 . ..VaamsMsank.tvus.u, uu IV us I s, is tile Uixtmh rprDTtU flljlC, Sll- uate- near Kemphls, on the Ud4 formerly occupied lj Dr. E- P. "Vrattins, on Jaciion tret extended. Apply OQH to J. M. PRO VINE. ap29-lm m J. & A. CARRI1AGE "WOODRUFr, REPOSITORY, Hos. 3&4 Exchange Bnildings, MEMPHIS, TENN. CONSTANTLY on hand a large assort ment ot CARRIAGES, from the best manufactories, in the united States - Carriages built to order aid work fnllv guarantied. All kinds of Repairing done with neatnesa and dispatch by pM 6m J. k A., WOODRUFF. S. B. BKOW.V, c Hernando. W. FRAZEB, Memphis. BROWX & FRAZER, A TTORNETS AT LAW. Offices No 25S Main street, SX. over Benson's Music Store, Memphis, Tenn., and Hernando, DeSoto connty. Miss. Will attend promptly t all collections and business entrusted to them In West Tenueesee and North Mississippi. Refer to Trout. Bro. it Co , Philadelphia; Cronin, Hnrxthall tt sears, waiter fa stelnleln, N. T.; w. B. Miller, Jones, Brown ft Co., W. J. Webb k Co.. Mem phis. apl9Iawly ONE HUNDRED barrels Mess Pork, for sale by mar31 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. STAPLE AXD FAXPY DRY GOODS, Men's and Tonth's Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Saddlery, Tirginia Tobacco, L.OTT FOR CASH! Wholesale and Retail. ar. Xat taytjok, 1SJ MalnStnet. OCt2.dtwawly-laj T10RTT THOUSAND Pounds Bulk Pork, forsale br -P marl7 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. TEN tierces Mitchell, Guthrie k Co., Hams ; 10 tierces Stagg k Shay. Extra flams, for sale by mar!7 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO. rii J aale by mar!7 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. Clothing, Clothing. THE subscriber has Just rcceireii. and offers for sa.e, a flu assortment ot Men's and Tonth's Clothing and Furnishing Goods gtnerally, embracing, not every grade. style and quality known, but a very extensive variety of COATS, SHIRTS. HALF HOSE, PANTS, DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, TESTS. UNDER SHIRTS, GLOV3, RAGLANDS, COLLARS, BOOTS. SACKS, CRAVATS, GAITERS. HANDK'CHIEFS, STOCKS, SUPPERS, etc. Law tot cash. arCS dtwaw-2m J. L. TATLOR Maln-st. kNE HUNDRED boxes and half boxes Soda Crackers, KJ ior sale by HANCOCK, CLARK & CO. marl7 FIFTT hhds. marl7 Sugars, for sale by HANCOCK, CLARK & CO. BOEKHAViJJ'S nOllAIVB MTTMS rp WO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bbls. Whisky, for sale A, ny mari7 has cock, clakk & co. rpiHREK HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard, for sale by JL marI7 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bags Coffee, forsale by marl? HANCOCK, CLARK ft CO. FIVE casks Shoulders, for sale by maris nANCOCK. CLARK k CO. TEN casks Plain Hams, recelred and for sale by mar!9 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. SEVENTT-FIVE boxes Starch, for sale by marl7 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. TEW BACON 60,000 pounds Tennessee XI sale by maris Bacon, for HANCOCK, CLARK & CO. FIFTT-ONE boxes quart Flasks, for sale by marl9 HANCOCK, CLARK 2c CO. TWENTY-FIVE casks Clear Side Bacon; 25 casks plain Hams; 25 casks Shoulders For sale by mar31 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. FOUR HUNDRED bbls. Flour, for sale by mrl7 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. T WE NTT-FIVE kegs Golden Syrup, for sale by marl7 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. FIFTT barrels Powdered and Crushed Sagars, for sale by marl7 HANCOCK. CLARK ft CO. VisitiBg Strangers to the Jubilee ARE Invited to call and examine our stock of Fine En . gravlngs, comprising Mezxotlat 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 a rame to ami ine usteoi tne purcnaser. We have Just opened a large and fine assortment of Wall Paper, of tbe latest and richest styles, and are pre pared to sell at reasonsble rates, feeling confident of be ing able to suit almost everyone. In addition to the above, we keep always on hand the largest assortment of Law, Medical, Classical and Mis cellaneous Books to be found In tbe South. Light Litera ture In great variety, with a large assortment ot Pam phlet Plays. Our establishment will richly repay a ri t it, and we shall be happy In extending our courtesy to all who call. CLEAVES k GUION, ap30-lw 241 Main street Beautiful Suburban Lot for Sale, uurtiAtKiiAU urea acres, aituatea on ine corner of Walker and Lauderdale streets. This Lot Is densely studded with forest trees, and lies high and healthy. It Is amost desirable site for a reslJence. McCOMBS k TRICE, ap5-lm 1 1) Main street. L.OOK HERE! DESIGNING to lmprote another lot Imme diately, I will sell my present residence to a punctual purchaser on good terms It comprises 4 X acres. Is comfortably Improved, and unques tionably one of the most beautiful and most healthy sites' in ine ricinity o: Memphis, aplt tf WM. K. POSTON Valuable Negroes for Sale. THIRTY NEGROES Just arrived from Kentucky and Virginia, among the' number three gd Me chanics. N. B. FORREST, mar7-ti No. 87 Adams street. THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR DISEASE OF THE KIDXEYS, LIVER COMPLAINT, WEAKNESS OF AXY KENT), FEVER AB3D AGUE, SUCH as lndige'-,ont Acidity ef the Stomafti, Colicky Pains. HeartBurn. Loss of Appetite, Despondency. Costireness. Blind and Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous, Rheumatic aid NenTalglc Affections, It has la numerous Instances proved highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure. Thl- Is a purely vegetable compound, prepared oa strict ly scientific principles. a:ter the manner of the celebrated Holland Professor, Boeinave. Because of its great suc cess In most of the European States, its Introduction into the United States was intended more especially for those of our fatherland scattered here and there ever the face ot this mighty country. Meeting with grest success among them, I now offer it to the American public, knowing that Its truly wondeerf ul medicinal virtues must be acknow ledged. It is particularly rccommrnded to those persons whose constitutions may have teen Impaired by the continuous use or arcenr, spirits, or other forms of dissipation. Generally instantaneous in efftct. It finds its way directly to the seat of life, thrilling and qnlckming every nerve, raising np the drooping spl.it. and. In fact. Infusing new health and rigor In the system. Notice Whoever expects to find this a beverage win bedl'appoluted; but to the sick, weak and low spirited, It win prove a grateful aromatic ccrdlal, possessed of singular remedial properties. CAUTION. The mat popularity of this delightful Aroma has in duced many imitations, which the public should guard aiainst purchasing Be not persuaded to buy anything else until yon hare given Boer cave's Holland Bitters a fair trial. One bottle will convince you how Infinitely superior it is to all these imitations. S3" Sold at $l per bottle, or six bottles for $5, by the Sole Proprietors, BENJAMIN PAGE, JR., & CO., SIAircrACTCSINO Pharmaceutists and Chemists, PITTSBURGH, PA. J3-Sold In Memphis by S. MANSFIELD Jc CO. 5 also by WARD k JONES and G.D. JOHNSON. p7-ly c. A. T. Latauxtte, lata ot ana of LavaBetto k Motets. J. T. Shirley, late of the Kate Frtobest. E. G. Dayidsos, late of Padacah, Keatacky. LAVALLETTE, SHIRLEY & CO., STEAMBOAT A IVD RAILROAD AGENTS2 AXD GE2SE2LAX. Commission L Forwarding Jlerchants, Office .Vo. 51 JVosf Roto end Court ttreit. "Warehouse oa Water street, Tfalt's Block.. . P. MORRIS, Em., having retired from the " Pio neer Firm" la tho Steamboat Agency bssisMeaet i LavsDette fc Morris," the nsdersMtned have associated themselves fr the transaction of a Steamboat aad.haU road Agency and general Ceramlssiea and Forwardlstg business, aad would res, ecu ally ask the patrs&age of the nomerou friends ot the old firm, as wen as those lately connected with it. Our friend Morris leaves us to locate at Brandywine Point, where our steamboat friends in want ot wed, wtH fiEHt Charley " ever ready to welcome them at th Red Light. Promising prompt attention to aH business entrusted to us, we respectfully refer to the mere hints and shippers ot Memphis aad the Great West. LAVALLETTE, SHIRLET i-CO. It win be seen f rota the above "card " that the under signed withdraws from the old firm of LavaXetto Jc Morris. Grateful fer tbe kind patronage from the genereu. and worthy boatmen ef Mr port and river, and to our ettizesM, who have always extended their Isfiucnee and favrs, I resign with regret, yet solicit a contissaace of the general faver trom boatmen and shippers to my successors, Messrs. Lavaltette, Shirty k Co. The farmer haa bees myassociat fer ears, and lain vtry way worthy of favor and patronage. Messrs. Shirey and Davidson, late of the steamer Kate Frisbee, net d no commendation, since to every business man of our Muffs their meriU as punctual business men are known posted ia ail the required duties aa Agents, I cordially commend them to tbe patreoag ef aH packets who wish the Influence of coarteoua and obliging men to represent them. Respectfully. P3 if CHAS. F. MORRIS. NETF BARBER SHOP. THOSE who are fond of an easy, comfortable and dean SHAVE wia find accommodation at the new shop of JOHN BROWN, who has just re-opened oa Saey street. His shop is comfortably and tastefully fitted up, and he will be pleased to welcome his old customers and aa many new ones as may see prepr to patronize him. ap25-lm XOTICE. TnE public are hereby forewarned frem trading for a note drawn by me and payable to tbe order at R. G. Edwards, for the sum of $t,000.Kdated 21st April, 16S7. The note was hist accidentally tcis day, and I wM not pay It but at the extent of the litv. apZMw B. STERS. LAND AGENCY. SA3PL MATTHEWS & SON, General dgcntt to Sny, Sell and. Locate Zand in the Mississippi Bottom. PARTICULAR attention Is paid to the sekctten of COTTON PLANTATIONS rem the Internal Im provement and Chickasaw Scheot Lands. Several years experience enables them to give aatisf ac tion. Terms easy. Address "Pleasant Mount, Panola county, Miss." apS-d&wSm A CARD. InAVE this day disposed of my entire Interest la the firm of STRA1T0N, MeDAVITT & CO. to my asso ciates In business, whs assume Its liabilities, aad to whom payment mnst be made. And in retiring, aHew me. through this medium, to express my warmest acknow ledgments to my friends and the public far their generous patronage during my connection with the hove, and to bespeak for my former partners your confidence and een- linuea lioerai ravers. W. B. DONOHO. Memphis, April 4th, 1S57. The subscribers, as above Indicated, have this dar enr- chased the entire Interest cf W. B. Donobo, in the buue ot Stratton, McDavltt k Co., assuming its llabi itiea arid entire control, and will continue the Grocery and Com mission Business under tbe same style as heretofore, and in doing so, would take this occasion of returning our cordial thanks to our friends and the public for the libe ral share of patronage accorded to us for the past tweive years, and solicit Its continuance. JOHNT. STRATTON, EDGAR McDAVrrr, S. H. DUNSCOMB. Memphis, April 4'h, 1857 ap7-lm IMMENSE SUCCESS! Over Two Thousand Bottles of J. II. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED STRENGTHEN ING CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER WAS sold last week, and the de mand la in creasing eve ry day. The great sale that has so very rapidly sprung np for this rem- edy. Is w- ts. Thousands cf weak, feeble and debilitated persons ia thl i dty hare been made healthy and strong by taking tt. It is the best alternative In the world, and the only remedy that will purify the blood, and at the same time strengthen and Invigorate th whole organization. It will effectually cure an complaints of the Liver, Stomach or Bowels, such as Liver Complaint, Headache, Biliousness. Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Loss of Appetite, Nervous DIeases. Faintness, Weakness or any disease of in wotnn, juuneys or maaaer , ana re move yellowness or sores from the skin. It Is a sure pretentlve against Tellow Fever, Chills, Ague and Fever. Chtlera, or any prevailing epidemic. There Is no' mistake about It. . , jj- Every bottlols warranted to give satisfaction. Try it. It Is very pleasant. JUleaves a delightful aromatia Saver In the mouth after taking it. J. H. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor of this Cordiil. Also, McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment, jtj-Principal depot on the corner of Third xai Ptae. trets, St, Lculs, Mo. For sale In Memphis, by G. D. JOHNSON, Agent, corner Madison and Main .rreet?. Also, by S. MANSFIELD k CO., fcbS-Jawly Wholesale Druggists, Memphis. ipjg iu jaaia tiroes.