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THE DAE&iY APPEALil
'FRIDAY.
'a YF
MAY
1C
1857i
Rer. W. G. Beowslow, editorof the
f v Knox viHe Whig, Is at present la the city.
We had the pleasure of meeting yesler-j
. -. atruta. a. m. uLinos, 01 jiusistippi. ue en tern I
XU ASSOCIATED TRESS OFiilESlFxtlS.
" T ' ' - -i. ' '
-LATER PROM CALIFORNIA.
ARRIVAL, OF THE GEO. laATT.
lo tow for several day,
- 'i r
v
f
I
I.-
' Kiw Tour, April It. The (tamer Gtorgt Lea ar-
rived last evealng)roin.Calitornia bringing dates to the
20th nit.. and. one and thrre quarters million in inas
g" Hon Joshua F. Harris returned to his
In the CallfornU Assembly the Judiciary Cemmlttre,
by direction of the Assembly reported bill to prevent
any coierea people rmmigratingto ctHrornia.
A blil had passed submitting the question of the pay-
mnt ol the State debt to toe nesste.
Thf T.fftltnr Iiad vat fA fn.ftt&nr? tt I ho v7 1 i f
liv? iiie can nnnn I'mnnri r i h'twrr i . . ...
.4 -r - - ""f i April, Jiouey new vi a qaii:-iaTiraoie. liusiuesa
jpwwBinMiajieruaj-iHe, -waa inaQTeriantij-iaiael rather(lnB
to read the Sixth Instead ef the Feurth Ward. I " .. ., "t . ,
I It was gettaratly thoaght that 'the Orcein State Gov-
IKS" Oar thanks are due Ma. B. "W. Caites. I rement woaW adapt a bHI to exclude slavery from that
of the Adams' Express Co., t ar late St, Louis and Louis-1 State.
iheEie near this dtr on Wednesday evening from a visit
4t NaihviHe.
-' 8$ The celebrated Ravel Troune Dassed ue
the river yesterday on the steamer Carld mite. ' ifity I
appear at the Louisville Theatre next week.
Great excitement prevailed -In Carsen's Valley. It
was reported that Bngham Toons had been compelled to
flee from Salt Lite to escape the fury of his people.
Mr. Fletcher, the V. S. Cense!, has returned 13 the
George Late.
IE" Mr. Indoe. clerk of the steamer Jann v I The Governor of Panama has Issued a proclamation
. Bumnt, has anr thanks for a pctjrof Jate LsoUYifle 1 piehlMtiBs the entry of adventurers Intending to take
Ttt papers. "
(KJf- Mr. Wit Gilmobe, U. S. Mail Agent,
bxs iacea bs unazi cuafjuons xor uie umctnnaii ana
St. Louis papers.
- .- ColoBel J, F. Cdshmak, of Mississippi,
It tuw en a ibert vMi to eur dty. He Is eojeylns excel-
tent betlti.
$3T The List of uncalled for Letters at the
juiiaynti ran warn, wtu m foand n mi momtoe't
Pr.
Mr. John S. Toof, delegate from this
eMjr i tseKatitaal Typographical Baton, returned home
ytstoxday. Mr. Basses, taw Clnsfsatl delegate, west
Bp Mw river en the Kartd WhHe.
5" P. H. Heinrich Bro , Confectioners,
JTe. St7 Jf ato street, serve at t H ttoars with the Try
Wtt lea Cream. A visit to their house ie teafciant U
Mirsfcorate tUs ttatetaeat.
Old Soldiers. There will be a call meet-
lag f the Seldiers of lSi2, FlorMa xad MeX9Ba,a Satur
day cvenisg at eight 'deck, at the oSSoeof-Dr. Dick-
Eysex. By order et the Conmtttee.
g" Messrs. C. M. HoRTejr &. Ce. received I
a tula-meat et carriage timber ever tax .Memphis and
:' . OkarlesteaSaHroad f om Xerth Alahama, fremllr. J.
"Williams. The timbers are preaeunced by hulMers te
la a sMt saperior article better t.an any heretofore
"aa(M to this market.
part rn the OClru;tt?s . . j.
The State Treasurer has preeertd etberseccri lies and is
again at large. S? -
The Ejetaeerats have ca riled the.ChartoTectleBsat
SaerauMste by a large majsrlty? ' 3
Th first steamer bsOt f? CaHfomta has Just been
launched at Stockton.
A qaanttty et be elder has been feund In' 2Itnneseta
worth $3 009.
ledlans ate new-being emkeiyed as denwstle;.
The theater preperty at SrsrSe was bqnud. Less
nearly $50 008.
The sbow In Oregea last winter was deeper than ever
before kaewn. .
-ja
Proceedings of the American Tract Society
New Tore, ifay li The report of the American
Tract Society says, while the political sipAtt if fclavwy
are dearly beyond any society's province, still onr moral
duties growirg out ef tha existence of slavery do faH
within oar pr.vlcce asd ought to be discussed. The re
port was adopted.
LIST OF LETTERS
T) Elf AUTHTG In the Post Office atllempals, Tenn., on
li, me latnoratay, iosj. ferfons caiung for tbem
should say that they are advertised.
Ordered to be advertited in the Ucvrnit IppEAt.
Ltgreeably to thtfotloicing itction of the A'n Pott Of
ffict ij:w. Hz : the nnatpaptr having the largett circu
j tot'on of any daitu ncxipaper puitiihed in Mcniphit. .
Section 6. And be it further ncctedrihit Lists of
Letters remaining uncalled for in any Tost Office, In any
city, town, or village, whire a newspaper shall be printed,
shall hereafter be published once only in the newspaper,
which being istucd weekly or often r. shall have the lanr- I
est circulation within the ranee of del lverv of said ?ce.
to be decided by thePoitmaster of saldcfaor. Kta Pott
Ul'tee Law, patted -March 5.
LADIES' LIST. . .
A
Alders an HUs Josephine
lflnaghanj MoonTVB
Montgomery Wit 2 llontgomery V B
Adilr lflss Martha
Alaxander Hlis Laura
Bans Miss Panay
Bracking Miss Kllzabelh
Bradkhaw Mrs MaUnda
Bedford Mrs Jane
Biekerstaff Mrs Mary 0
Benton Mist Fanny M
Brown MUs Harriet
Uacilee Miss ilaiy v
Curtis Miss Henrietta
Clark Mrs L A
Car-oa Mrs Joseph
Cheatham Mrs Snsan A
Chreacban Mi;s Mary
Chute Miss Mary A
Coiver MU4 Mettr
GbokMrs Lucy A
Davis Mrs S J
Dabb Mrs S B
Davie Miss ilarraret
Dickerson MUs Ciarlnda
Duncan Miss Lonba Jane
Epprs MUs Emma S
Eagan'Mia Margaret
Edmeus'Mrs. KlUatcth
Fleming J(ri An e
Fax Mrs JeCerson
Fox MUs M
Geoger Miss Bin .
Geher MrsJl'O ' .
Greemes Mrs 'If E
Guptun Mrs it J '
Blackbcrn MUs M J t
Barot-s Mrs L It
Blake Mrs "William-.
Beckworth Mrs
Bridgetown MUs L
Bojd Miss Virginia P
Browu MUs 0 S
Olark Miss Emellne'
Oartwright Mrs 3Erfli. .
.Cavnauth Mrs Bridget
Chetk Mrs Harriet
CoHifr Miss Mary.U
Chew Mtfs L -Conaway
Mrs
D
DsvMen Mrs Sallle
Dibny Mrs KM
Deneme Miss Julia
" DohertyJIUs Margaret
E - . .
F.nfil:h Miss Mary E
Early Mrs U II
V ; "
Foster Mrs M A. .
Fox MUs M
Floyd MUs Margaret
G '
GambHl Mrs A
Geber Mrs K C. .', - ;t
Gorman Mrs ' .
Moore John T
Moore 0 B
Morion TD
Moron ILK
kMnlleblU Tboa E
Nabors B C
Jftmon Geo
XorrU JohaM
Ottman M2
Orr JL
OnellJ .
Park J H
Panneonbcrg F
Pate D
Pamphlln JM
Pearson J M
Pleasant B D
PledgeF L
Pickett Col E
Pitock Dr L L
Patter "Wra L
Bapn D.
Band. John
Rfd Ilugh
BlcLards J J
Jlldenour H'"n
Biley John
Roberson WD 2
-Salln
s A J
Small J J
Spark E II
StrattmThos S
Swann W A
Sherman GeoD
StedarkSamW.
Stecafk James
Spence JS
Stephenson James Stephenson TVm
stngteton OK. smresJonn
Smith F Smith John
Stocksager Joseph Scott John
Strong S Stony Wm M
SlovallThoP StroheckerE L
Scdle Dan Sbougbneny Thos
Sturgen J P, Scruggs J W 3
Sullivan TlSothy- SalUvan It F
Moore C A
Moore J L -."
n B
MuluBy John
Iff
Keil John
Melblltt S
NICobeth
Kovyzkl Valcntync
G
Otborn J S
O'A'ell Wnt
Owen J A
- P
Tarker B,
-Parkinson Wm
Patton Wo
Plat Ch T -Pemsnd
J
Perkins T J
Pelltgrim Peter
Price Joseph
Poston A J
Ponard John" T
R '
Bagland Fltd
BeedTB
UeedRR
F.iess Bernard 2
Moon WPS
Montgomery J If
Moore B II
Moore J W.
.Morrison Thos
Mcllini Jacksoa .
WE are 4lborlil to anoouuc- Ht'XX r.'nnje.
a aj fa ri rl.l 4.... aw . . - . a Ww
a. iv w vaivTs iw IIM3 IHHffK lit
Etq
carder.
LSHISAM &'C0,
5
2faborsJ B
JTevll Joseph
Uickles lfB
fW J F:
OSrllE
WE are authorized to antwanre Mator fMomntHr.'
n Cn rn . -rjt. . .
uldpal tlcctwa. pis
- - FOR CITY MARSHAL.
Wh are authorized and tmrmi.n1 in unM cvneu
iaix. as a wcuioate lor cut llirahal atlhc nanin
ouu. ams-t
WE are authorized and TritMfrf ia BBnAnr.cn tn t vr I
1 BTRD as a candidate tj Oily Mar.hal. at the June ejec
tions.
mjb
Fartln J A
Farrlsh Joseph
PayneEobt2 -Pearson
D-yla
Perry J n
Peters Thos Z .
Philips J D
PhllipsTH '
Porter Frank E
Ralston John
RetdB-n
Reeder E It
Riley John IT
WE-arrauthoriied toannonnce ii v nivms
uatc tor aiarenai. - mj5.
WE are anthorlzMl to a&n.inni jeinK annrvn .
WB are authorized and rmivaid iAn-
WILKERSON, a an Indfp rnleBt elaaidalt for Qity Mar- I
VTK are aathorlitd In inn.m'vi tium r. nviv
I HAHDT Ki a candldAta tar iHMr t mi. i
thecnanlDgMnalcipalglwAia la Junta Wt. mrllT.
Richardson Henry 3 Richardson Calvin
Rices D
Roberxia Wm
S
SaSord J M 2
Small bharle
Stark SO
Spain TG
Stell Wm
Snermsn G W
Stenark Frank n
StenatkJ A
Stevana J
Rhodes Guorge J
Fire at rrorinJlllnoif .
There was a fire at Pearls, IH.. nMch baraed two
tbeasasdeerdset weed. It teek place on the 8th last.
Owiag to lightning, the Kae atopped. working. Re
porter. o - -
Davis' baad of Minstrels rive another!
,penetmaaoe en ine sieaaer nanjo, tats events:, mere J
was a very gee) attendance last evening, and general I
" . aatrsf aetiec was given. Those who with ie pass a piea-
, -tsaBtvestBg should go on board the 'Binjo, lyiug at the I
. 'JoetSf Ooart street.
, . s
lilEREDiTii Yates Pardoned. We learn bv
mh - " a diipatch frem Kashrflfa, -dated. yesterday alternooa, I
. that, in parsaanoe et-setrttael numerously signed by j
wtwpw, wowae, y.f pskt ins aiaics ixsraey, i
- aad&saay ether BKabers of Tbe Bar who were concerned I
. in tee pjasecattoa, Gov. Jonssox has pardoned Mere
, , "rtiTH Tatei. ' ,
'"The feaains of James E. Yancby will
, ' beBBveyeel to LaSfange to-dry far intthftent la tb
" rJx! ttaryjeg-greond. The. fsttowing memiers. of the
.etspsitoTyrigraphlalTJBtfei Wat kcosnipany thecorpse
."(as.rssl-bearexs: L. B. Gill, Jas. R. McKEfc, J.
. JS-msseTT, W. S.-Hat, J. M. Hamiltcc, aad W.
RErSOLBC. - " '
Ir the Apaeal
ilra! Cbitobs: Allow me to saggtst' through your
the naaeef D. W. Shsjks, as a gentleman
r qualified to fill the post of one of.the'AWermra"1
f rea taa EOURTH WARD.
MEMrHK, May U, 1857.
' x
FartfaeMessphis Appear. .
Messrs. Editors, As it is
)ott of STcmjJis
Arrivals and Departures.
TncRSDAV.jMay 11.
Eetipfe, Louisville to Kew Orleans.
Henry Fltzkugh, Arkansas river to Cincinnati.
Davsd White, Kew Orleans to Loo li vine.
E vaasville, White riv-r to Mt-mphU.
. J. G a ine, Xashvine to&empbis.
WinenesUr, St. Louis toMemphis.'
Falls Otty, St. Louis to New Orleans. .
Fanny BeJiitt, LooUvil e to Kew Orleans! . I
,
ITaih Mrs Johanna
QesmtBg Mrs Hannah
narrisoa MUs Moll's
Harden Miss Margaret
Hopkins Martha A
Hilbsre Miss E
lines Mrs Elisabeth 2
Jones Mrs Msry 3
I Jones Mrs Rachel Ann
kTeaneit'Mrs A
Kersada MUs Lizzie
Knowles MUs Annie
Land Mrs Susan
I Low Mrs Catherine E
Mantle "Mrs
Morrisej Margaret '
Murphy Miss Eilm
Wril Miss Bettl- M ,'
Moore Mr Annie
ManoanvMUs Mary -
II
nayselweodrs M.A
Ilarrli Mrs SarabD
Herring MUs-TaHula
Uamp'on Mlss-KHrii
3 Howard Mrs E A
J "-ff -Jcces
Mrs Sarah
K
Kenney Mrs JaHa Ann
Kelly Miss. Ellen
Lncsford Mrs Mary A
Long Mrs Mary J
M
Madden MUs Margaret
f iMSrgan Bridget .
Mlls'Mis Flora
Mitthel Mrs G A
t Mnfflns MUs M A
Tanner John A
Taylor Klishl
TaylerWB
Tipping James
Todd Thos
Tl!empon T W
Thomas A B
TarkGB
Tat ton Win
Taylor W F
TrenllnJM;
TwilthjiMarloh
Tbonlpson J R
Thoni)pfoa& Co
Thomas R H
Smakes Sherwood
Spalding W D
Stratton Valentine
ShatvG'A
FheaJohn
SWency Jamesi
Steven's M "m
Sheriken n F
Smith AM
Smith Peter
Stone J II
Stone PP .
Stocklager Joseph
Shumeray A L
Sullivan Paric B
Suiheriln J W
TaylSrEP .
Taylor J A
Thweuth P ; ;
Tolhert O n 1
Thompson H P
Trous lale B B 2
Thomas B
FOR CITY TAX fiOI.l.rcr.vnre.
WE are authorized to anuoaace WM. UKDEKWOOD
anqiaate ipr tne QBlce of t,ity Tax Collector. my7
FOR CAPTAIX OF DAY POLICE.
WJ areaathorized and rvmiMtjrf t Annnnn f . . .
W. O. CAUSEY as aa iml'O ndrnt candiit rr ih. .j.
ot Captain of tne Day Police. ar26
n r. are antnorizea and leqnesied to annonnce J. F
JOHNSON' a i a candidate for r--e!.vttr totheofHceof
Captain of Day Police, at the ensuing June elect.oss
m58-te. v
WE are authorized to annonnoe FBLIS G. BUTLER a
candidate, fol Captain of the Night Police, at tneeasolng
jn- apes to
cy;
itistfltaitkuH,
TTAVINOperHianenryKaUd la Mesipass, eflrrs Ms
AJ. seric to all the branches of his prof esston to the
wus tM si jaarofS asa vicinity
uoce-eo ailB lreel, (Wit ortwwi Adams and i
" ajtwaaton eiretM. ia ateveBSeB's BaiMioits. apl93ra
I Q. C LAMAR c. H. irQTT.
LA.1I.IR & SIOTT, '
A TTORNSTS AT" LAW, Uolly SprUga, Mkuluip;!.
IX ap31-4awfa
Gl XT. TBIIEHE.tRT.
ATTORNEY J XD COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis
Ten&eMre. Ofltoe &i Moabv a. !tant'
stairs, Froet Rw. Befer to E. M. Appetwm & Co.. an?
WB. MOtar. aat-!n.
Da. fBNNSR attend exri naively to Surgical Diseases,
, ,?aa "PBes.FlstBhe In A no, Sirtctures, Stese in
Bidder, Ulcm. Canceri, TuEiors, Poipes, Dieaed
Boaes and Joints. D-tormtttM fm Tr.iri
Cactedjreodons from ies of Lip, Cheek. Nose, Bye!
IMS, CWsed Jaws from SalivaUoa, aad an other Hi
a aad deformities reaulrlns SarciEai .1.1
easepao-dtwawlyu
Leafs THW DAT, May 15th, at 3 I, X
For Cairo nnd St. Lou si.
A. T. WoeTBi Msslerv
THIS nv gB'Hceat and last tuaaieg i
sesgrr tiearaer wtH kav far ike sta!
r ,,r miEBt or nnpaaa. ied
WINlTlltStEB
SI
Btyla It LAVALLBTTK. SHIRuET SC
Ltsws THIS DAT, May 1Mb, at 5 r. X.
For Cairo and Naslrrille.
. (S. CLINE Oapt. CARTwaicatT. '
i. THIS splerdW paw i:xer packet raa in
jCfl oKuwellua wit the at mpan end
New
or.ao Packet Liae, and IlniKla Cralral
us3BaiireadsCa-.le for New T'lSV LeaU- 1
viti-, SeiatLoaU and Ctaciaaati. Per tKffttmr pas- '
sasje, apply oa board ..r Is ; "
mrlS LAVALLKTTK, SSIRLkT .V CO Afeato.
wGOODS.
Comer rfriialabd JelTerson-Srs-,
MEMPHIS. TENi
LTAVING purchased onr ifsmLe iwi. .
IT advance in r,.t tAVt Wife a. a. . a . .......
ta, andi,act,ii kinds of n.vy Staple Goods atI
pnees. Brcwn ami BlracbdrJomestlc, from Art cento
S Il--d Brown imestR Vnly Un
oentsj flneido twrtv cents.
Oorstoctef FNCT GOtlDS u i-.-
ery large ana fall ilwlnn: at anv. L
MWM o&jyip
DR. FK.VNJ5R Wm muali toaU DUea ef the Eye
and Ear, and U prepared to Beard Patient freta a
dlstaaop.
YH" Offlte oa Main atreet. In ,iv nuui.. ,
df nee on Csart atrert. ,wiui. 7L.
eepCe-dtwawlyias
R. B. DSOWV,.
Hernando.
nature, tyiMw,:.&tr.
Refrieraoi. :,"!
SCnOOIXET'S PteotKHrigatrrf'be best" In" use)
of everN-ari'ty for site at Maaufarinrres prices,
by . , mylQ . McKINXKY it Co.
b' IceJJoxes.'
Ilr.c.KI1iNKT & 00 are B n aw number of
I J.'J. - u"aes, p r airamer n. raira. nln
C W. FEAZEB,
Metaphis.
BROI7 & FRAZER,
A TTORNKTi AT LAW. Oafcxg So 36S MJa street
-jl ever iseaaea s itaalc Were, Mrsaatits, Teaa , aad
ueiuaee, ULaourceaaiy, Mies. Will atfead WuiBtly
to all eolleetioas and baaiiiraa aalrnnl L. tDtm vTru
. u. u. alias. ifriruifiaM. . .r. ....
uwm, etc. our whis Hud. . . . ri lenaessee aaaievta autimHi
ttottea to, and un rltSwl. Jacone , if err fce &e of" t Keper TO-Trnlit. Bra. is. Co , IBadetpaia s Create.
Jvery best qualities at priors raagiBg f.eea tU tsflftv I H-2.tbJn Sar"' "R'iUr SUiauelst, -N. X.; w. B.
Oafccl i ar T aV aa av Tnfua Dvawh r e a a a . md
ar-ii 4 UV., n al . WWU aX. ub. . MrTH-
Mcaipliis, White River aad iYapol6ca i
TP. S. KAIL PACKET,
Heieoa, Friar's Poiat, Lacoaia & Concordia
STEADIER KATE r?.,eES,
JOHN T. SHIRLST, MaatCT....WM. T. WOOD, Clerk. J
rajaj i, . THIS aew, spleadxl and fast stearaer,
I lki-eS haviBZ beam rtnrrhaamr for the Packet
Ke&J w tr.A. In n inllk,UBn Lanrhtin irttr
EljMiliI a m '9?ftnBtinti rija4v to tae trade. avt&ir
MOiii. every MONDAY aad MklDAY at 2 o'clock r.
at., iiuactoaUy, counectiag at Kapaleon wttli White aid
Arkaneait rrver buats, iakfcc freight aad paseenger to
White riviir at rcaular rate. BeaaxatBC. leaves Nape
roa ev. ry TCKSDAT and 3AT08DAT, arriving at Ma
pUa Sunday aad Wedueaaay evasstaga.
reanaf . tir former asssaaege, the awsers hope to
sserls a cwiuuaac sc the itoets their new boat, pro
nfeiftf stxtet atwatwa to basea'ss.
LAVALLXTTE & MORRIS, Agents.
Notice tb Shippers. The " will receive
f racist ontU on eeMk sMeadeys, aad dnrlag th. en
tire day Tawrsstan, aad aacB ob ectock Fridays.
eoia
V
Vance Harry
Vandever Wm M
Vasgban Dr J L
Varaer J H
rr
Wadlril H B . rf&U E G
Walker RD Walter Wn
Watson J W 3 Watson R S
Warrington DrTE Ware W
VlcarjLjohn
3 4tf t '
Waldran Jesse
Wagner Peter
Warren Wm
Webb Thos D
Wells Isaac B
Williamson, OF
Wire H Oscar
Wilson J N
Wllburn W H
Wind John
WillUnn J
White W H
White W J P2
Wright S D
Wood Pat
Wood Djr
fair.
Shower Ratlin.
EBMIS- Patent Cemhlnatloa af-'JAiwer Bait, ..a
Washttaad. Also. Wardrebe-Savmr Hih f.r ..a..
"Jfu atCKINNET &. CO'3.
t?EE
1 1 Vi
mi. - ' " - - iiw icu iomi
Every one shank! exajaiae ear HOSIBRr. aad sure
ea.oar SHOES which we have asaVofirttreTto
JLeftman S Co;9
Having the Agency fr
T?'lieeler & TTilson's
SEWING MACHDSES,
SELL them far the manufacturers at-their prion, ad.
ding freish' aad insurance. " '
phu. -
aplS-da-wtj
J. 51. C03IEGYS,
HAS Jaat retard frem a tear tbreaah
the Novtaef b mteaa. w a .r.i,j .u
tbe recent UaprBvesBeau la the seteace ef
- riMltfcirr
nei al-o aoi i-r.il to ii iIcmkm 3 nim.t
of tbeprof-Mionasmiy wish a kRetdaef D.. Albert
A. Waadv's Cheeptasttc atode of btoertteg Teeth.
Aay letters addressed to btm at aeasMvJIeaad Brewn--vlil
, will raetwttt D ewX attorrhHi rt l.
Kiver aiatters.
"53- The river contlaaes tofte opposit oar city. The
eflteers Of J he Henry Pi'frluJSf which boat arrived here"
yesterday, report the Arkaasas rlv'safaitlDg very fast at
Liltie Roctaad all the way.de wn. The Mississippi river
Lis filled with hcdYy 'drift wejd. ' ThiVfealher yesteidiy
was sultry, aadlaStepenlBctheewas iadieattensbf rain.
. . . .
ua nraoesnay aigm iners.was a neavy latroi rain.
"rhe JiSn Sinonda tra'leromEqJad ef Cipt, Wray,
w It lea veto-morrow evenihg fot'Xew Orleans. Cpt
reteVgh Is in the clerk's cfaie. " .
53- The Xixlj FritSee Is the regalsr pAeke it 2 Pcted:
this at terBeenj for the insula of'VhiteTivCT and Napj
leon. . . . .-. " '.- ;V.'
J3?TheJ. G.-ne arrived yesterday cjoralnej-from.
NastivDle, with a hegrj lafli of frricht. OwIaS-tba.
zighi..breakage of. tone poilioaef. htr michinery.vllt
t w ..... . w
tsed.tUl Jfr. Bcder dWe. ttenraIartloa j-xhe' .WincSir. . under, eomaind of. &PUta TmI" M " .
OMhaas-Meetiag frMayorwMyouallew us to presaftTbof; irrlrA lb evesjUrf ri,m St Leuis. Slje-.wfllJ Tfellcrs M"ts M Aa ''." ' "
taeaaase ef Major Geceqe W. BisrrER ferAbat ottlce.,
He Is kaewn te be hoaactaad faitblul; and. In ourla'tn-
Mtaatalan.weaW cute an exoeHent Mayor, apj wolpd.
Save general Eatiefaetiea Wthe whe)epepe.
-Ex-Gev. Heert ofLouIsiava. This pen-
w wes aepanare xor aujtantatloa in LqulsiHa;
after havlag tsmed a day or two in oar city. He was- a
piemiaeat and gallant efBeer ia the war" with Mexico,
. asaSter 1U termia&tiea was called to pre-tHe as Chief
'Magtatrataac Leatoiaaa, his auie State. We had the
pleasan at f reaueat interviews with bias goring his
, TWtto MaaapUs and found Mm as tree to Ute Soath and
the tistt at the States, as he had proven himself loyal to
the saaaUy ; aad as latelllgent as he Is arbaae la his de
partniBot. Ger. Hebert termed a high estimate of the
- laaitat at ear aty, predicted that at so distant, day it
. waaat ba ahseet without a r.val ia the valley of the
Mlsstutaal.
-The Simokds on an Excursion Trip.
- The 3an Siaendt broke frem her Bseorings at the land.
Mgyeeterday BMraing, and fleated a short distance dowa
teHver. The steamer J. G.' .Oline and fetry-baat
Xatktkah went Is her aid, bat flediag themselves uaable
ta taw-W to the'Hy, toek ber belew the point, where
fA aae fait. Ia a ceapie of hears she get up steam
aa4 1 liaaii iifte the ctty. A large nam ber of persons
esscledsa) ta aieff. and the meet lively interest was
u iiaaHilliil te aertate. The river was filled with heavy
east weed, feeae ef which came In eaolact with the
bea aad fereed ber tram the land tec. Capt, Wrat
says the Bulletin saaoaaced her departare yeaierday.
fwMefa was aews to him,) and he don't kaew bat that
ehelatt ta make their wards geed. It was a abort exeor
seta, aad the Shntndt was laekrla escaping with tbe
ssTgM damage whtch she soatataed
Declination ef Mr. Elder.
' Te the EMtBTt ef the He mpMt Awpecl:
EAr. Sirs: Very aoexpectedty ie me, (as mast have
- beaa appareat to all pieseat,) my name was placed before
the eeavesttea cf citizens last night, for tbe office ef
Mayer at the city ef Memphis, and carried with such ana
greatly, that I coatees, I am at some lesi to determine my
Hy in reference to respesse. Duties, however, upon
( reeoUen and reviewing ray bajlaciSTtlitleos, and Urlog
lao view the afcsciut e duties to others there with cen
"neetesV I am f oratd, tram necessity, very itpeetfBdy to
aettae eaterlBg a canvass far the -eatee tatetsaM tobe
'veaafarred.
Ia datnc thU, Messrs. EdKers, permit rae ta say, that I
am by aa meaas lndlfStreat to the geed opinion and par.
ItaHtf ef my friends and f eHew-ettizeBS amsngst whom I
dwoi. Oa the contrary, I easbrace tbU node of convey-
tag ta sbem, iadividaany aadee(lectivelr'my staoeregrat-
- Issee fee this very flatter ts? expresslsa of their ap
'asaeotatton of ay services. I hope that I shall.be es-
-leesBed candid when I say that I have net sought the ef-
'fiaeaif Maar, eraaypaeHcpenrtioB whatever: my IboH-
JBilfcH teadr me to retlreaieat, and not to pabUc life ; but
even this I weaM forego in the present instance, did not
rBtxerabte ctrcamstaaees forbid H.
PKase accept for yearaelves, sirs, and ia behalf of these
wba so geaereesty cooperated with you ia thas bringing
BsyaasH iMtare the psaHc ia sa flattering a manner, my
ilanre gratMade, aad beMere bm,
Year very humble servaat,
JAMES ELDER.
j -.MBMrms, May It, 187.
AwassTA Fire Companv. The followin:
rrisnend-ace we Oad la the Chrittian Advocate, of
?sttrar. That paper ays : " We were please! te see
. thed3lrOeaBay at Church, la a body, en Sabbath mora
' ia das of men are entitled to great respect
"freiaMtaassesof thecemraanlty. Thy risk their lives
.tepreteetthe property of ethers without fee er reward
other than a eeasdoasaess ef having dose their duty."
3 lis Stenar&t of IVetley Chapel, Mempili, Tenn r
. GnxTLEHEX : Please accept the within from the Me-
essBtea' laaepeedeat Fire company. Second Divitioa. of
Aagasta, Ga.a threagh tbe politoaess et their friend
-V Fiaaaiiaa. Baxter. roars re.pecttoHy.
EDWARD WILSON, Rec. Sc. of
Mechanics' ladepeadeat Fire Co. 2d Division.
jMz. Edward Viuo.i, Secretary Mechanic' Fire
"Dear Sir: I take pleasure la acknowledging there
, eeapt-ot fw'eatr-five dallsrs, through Mr. Frederick Bax
. ter, deaated by year company to the Methodist Episcopal
-Obairii. at this place. Ia behalf ef tbe Ohcrch. I ten
erraa aad year noes' OeaiBaBy ear best wishes, both
ryaur waperai ana eternal napptaeas.
W B. CHRISP,
Sec et Board of Stewards ef Wesley Chapel.
et
ar
V-S
DIED,
At Ms ntHecet, six tatses aoath of Searcy, White
canaty, an the 7th April, of Pneumonia, Mr. S. H. Wis-
; reao; aha, en the 19th of April, Mrs. Narcissa
" . "WiorORB, at Paecmoaia, coasirt of Mr. S. H. Wlnfsrd,
leaviag tear children to mourn the loss of their kind and
.- bslaved parenu.
Ta cMKrea. ef the d-eeased have bees taken charge ot
'Hv "f that ancle, Mr. Martla Shetter, of Des Arc, and kind
"i ly prevUed for.
t Por Spring and Summer of 1857,
GENTLEMEN.
ELEGANT Dress, Males kin aad Cassimere HATS, re
ceived at WHEATON'S, 75 Front Row, where those in
want of a superb gad fashionable HAT will plrase call.
Ceastaatly on hand and rccelvlEg the largest and finest
stock, of SOFT HATS in the city at
febSj' WHEATON'S. 75 Front Row.
Strayed or Stolen,
FROM my premises on Madison street, about
.the 10th or 15th of AprlL a small DARK: BAT
-MABE FONET, with no white marksabont her.
bet has a bare place nader her breast just behind her
fareIees"wbere tbe girt Is wom. cacsed by a tnax lontr
UlLaad Satwing made. A Mferal reward will be paid for.
iiexsn aenvcrroai jwis.iorowitS'3,Z7S Main street.
3w
.MILES-OWEN.
D
jVOTICE. . . .
R. SAUNDERS' eSte at J. M. aedce & Co. 'a Drug
Store, near the Post Oflce. zsarl-U
Neal Mrs Ellzabe h '
Kfsbitt MUs M A
O'NrilJIlss Catharine
Parker Mrs M'M"
Purtlry Mrs. Matilda -
IR chmr.d Mrs L J!
Rice-Miss Lacy K
Began Mas Louisa
1 Sfarnes Mrs Mary
kstratton Mr Luvinla'
Spbar Mrs M K
Spaldlne Miss Jane A
StbotLin Mrs. Anna
Smith MUs Jane
iThonas Asne-C .
Tripp Mrsn "2 .
Norman MriSrah
iNewscme Miss Mary E
O'Bryan.Mrs.MaryiK. .
P .VpC'-"
- PicktttlrS Edbutke '
row MrKlzaheta
R .-
' Rlffne"Mrs Kate' A
Rogers MUs M
S . 4T
Stea'dman Mrs Belinda "
Sa'tterswhlte Mrs M A
Spnc' Mils Mag
' Stokes Miss H
Smith Miss Mary
Thompson .Mrs M P
ThamasfMrs T.vdla
Thompton Mrs M W
MUs Majla 3
Wells W S Wells Oapt Chas
We 1 0.H Wedge George
Williamson R Win ford B O
Wilk Perry WHIman James
Wils&n J U Wilson Thos A
Wyatt J Wilkinson A
Williams P F Williams Jacob
Williams N WlUlomsRevJ
Whit e Jospnh Wbit C J 2
,WhlteN Frank Wright M
Wright X. WhltnejCraft
Wood T O Wood Frank
WoeJey JL B Wocdard
" a
Young J W Young Dr M C 3
I Zawea G B Zameeh H
Mc
McCaffrey R McKay Wm
McFadden Owen MeMabcn 0 C
MeMee Michael Mclmr.re S B
' Mcintosh John W Mcintosh Harvey
MeOornurt: J 1 VeDawell A f!
IMcCotfcy U McCnilouch Johnt McGinn is John
W. II. CARROLL,P.M.
Memphis, Mav 15, 1857.
WINSTON. CHUBCB1LL & CO.
Young R S
Zehnder Carper
McCain J
McMahon Hngh
Mcintosh M H
McGlll James
McConnellGD
From the " Five Points, in "the citv of Re W f variety from a plain Kitchen Table to
York," where one of the -greatest phllanthropUtstSe aWle'aiid h CarT "Suod Tar or Setto, in
Rev, L. M. PEAJE, has buflt up an asylum for the dJ- "ca'rpets. Comto" Floor Oil Clocb. lfaMrM. vn.
I serted and ata cted, and wbose name will ever JJ cher- I Glasses, Ottoman-, Frames preaauao for Fnibrcidercd
i vM,v.-,..c.iiSc,,ili,.1 onrt xtaraa, water reitereri,
fee.. Sash, 600 1 Ji Walnut SUlrs BatiMbs always keat
Pianos Tuned lr city or country, br aa experieacrd Pro-
iaavi, mj iTiui jour unien ai me same faatoiM old
corner cf Main and Union strt-u, Memt hi
ap-ilg G8Q FLAHERTY H. BRO?
PIANO "POETB, jTUENITUEE,
Carpet and Curtain Roams.
PIANOS of A. A Gale
& Co., Lighte, Newton &
Bradbury; Rosewood. Mi.
' hoeanv and Walnnt Partm-
ana oea uocn furniture, Soras, Divans. Bureau. Wasd
robfj,Seaetarie., Cottage Ma'ble Top Bed Room Salts,
and a large assortment of Qomtuea Funiture.
Spring, Hair, ifo?s, CotlfSn amlTthack Mattreseesmade
to order Oil Carprtinsr, fioai three tt eighteaa fett
wide; Tapestry, Brass Is and ComaaoB Carpets. Trans
parent Shades and Curtains. Carpets Curtains and Cor
nlccs, made hyan experienod Upholsterer. Leekiag
Glass and Picture Frames made to order Pianos tnaeil
and all kinds of Musical Instruments repaired bv expe
rienced workmen. H. M. GR03VKNOR,
juaiu oireei, oeiweeaxaatsoa and Moat
lUtlla a 4 W LAI
r-t , . -
uitiii iicueiven.
If 1 f CASES assorted Coidial a tore aad tor salVbz
w U h. n. pornga. Mam-u.
myl Third ikr North ei
1 ff CASE31nida SyrnpajMt rec'ived
lUU U a H. H. POTTER. M.ln.at
yt Third door Noith or Worsham Ilfcse'
Ice Picks.
A. VERT desirable article for breaking ice, for sale at
1X ray 10 McKINNRT &C(is
Canton Mattinirs.
Sirrr-FIVK pieces Oaatoa Mattings, 4t, 6-4 and 6-1
wide for sale at
PT'O McKLNNET & CO'S.
Beautifv Your I?nnsic.
TTJSTirecelved 50,00. piec Wall pipr. all of the latest
O HprlngTat:crns and derigiw. lr voa vrtk ta
your homes cheaper than yea ran whitest thesa, clve a a
j i iiiu.1 it vcrimm
mylo-lw
C a rfi.;,. p r ..T. . . .
Forever.5,
WrjAT can be prettier than a beeatifully Tapered
room? It gratifies tbe eye of Uste, abd Inspire
with lively and rbeerfal emot oas GlveasacaU and
w Kill Paper your rooms cAeaeer than you can whiten
them.
to?lO-l - WINSTON, CHUBOHILL & 00.
THIRTY PIAXOST.
ORPHEUS " made the rocks to dare, aad tbe trees to
sing;" and if gill call in aad examine oUr a-
t artifva cloV T ( rSariW . .a i . ,
you wm fed dlf posd tff Jo tbe same. ITe bave ! tiort
thirty Piano9r ot fight of th bm miaafftctor.es mtht
oonntry, and are deli?rminf 0 u gait ia price and anahtY
FLAHERTY & BRO.
tardern aad antique CaM-S
act Furaiture,. Bulkoofc
stock, s0 000, cofiSlsOjts '
tbe most ele-
We have also tbe agency for
Singer ' & Co.'s
I5EXTISTRY.
DBS. CHIDSET is. LBWISwaaldeall t k
attoathwof IhepabjtoialBeirseVawiaed
Dr 1UBTI IIDac A KTTVfi .III. TWTST a..
wfaleh the natural expresslea ef the facfP ?- MORRIS, Kaq
erseuilnw atef tafl setts f Teelh. Ar- f aeerFtrsa" sa u
njl 3 n
ii rvstorrc. irrsena in w atsf fan atta t rmt . -
tiflcial Palates, pr hav uBMtsafactary watk are tnvtted
PPP-iITTTIT euwivr, v..,n. " W"M2 M"o,irota rs rMoee that we ran.
uuuwuiu uti it ill u lUAti II 1 il KN. I J"- T
boaaet rl.rJ. 1 - DE.VTAL CARD.
oatiMrtM mui.. t7 "-" amattag, kiwi's OR C. CHIDSBT. at rrtarmbu-ki. w.
ssrh aviestrf oeaabarg, AHnr the o,t 7,."- 1 ,7T??5 V,B?" " &f M pht aad
i,,u. mmM. . - i -ji rrv.-s Tiu.aar. ir
iiir
ladies each day,
TO
weasftrafaUsteet
MUs. Please exai
apKMmiaw
MERCHANTS
tbe-wrv Hbaral saliaa
age eatewed &.a hkn ' --
them that be has asaectated wfjfe Msa ta the peacttoe ef
t, agreeing to dnlteate lhlr ,i, I T 'i' aseaswaaR ef raj
BStBeoaraaadsaBdarteaa I J " myl-lsa
LEHMAN i CO.
. GEO
-return this, afternoeajil flv e'eseck. j3hels.'a.fiset
nacker. and hH cnnerlar rimtifiiuii rfi. ,.r L-n sra ais James
up the rtver cuMnot -et.jd 'a-mJ'ra..fasant,ioat to' Wa if Of"7 A
travelon. -i . '. rr - I Webb Mrs JI E.. .'
53" The Etantila'e arrived irstijlaj.morhini' Worn ".".Hi Nncy
White river, with aWtrip: " . sV . i WBBlmfMrfTUaK
tj-Xbe Glendale reft.CisefaaaU yeslerdiyfonMeia. i Wilson MUs Aan '
tvhia. She will arrive on Sooda fvpnlru- 1 "
" E3-Tte rAtBff OotiaVts'dae frora-St. ihl Carty Mrs Mary
vtllfiWI. ...I XJ B.'. l.t. - " I
"Ul v uu .c,j u tutluitt.. - M
J3-We)bpy the feMoiring lms .froja the LotfTtvlile
Covaer.ot Monday-;
River Falliko. Tbe river coaaauaced falHn; t-
terday, aad last evening, it bad ncea d ibree or roar
tBObes. with over tweire feat waJer on tin tail n.r.tu, I AI-rarwlr J
Saturday it had-risen aboht a-fMt,aad- b,.i rlsfn alto- Adair G W 3
gather daring the week about nine feat atjbe bead of tbe I Atkinson J.M P
raits, qaauysoiowiweaty-oaefeet at PorUand. This
is tbe heaviest rise we have had la :wn years".
The weather SilSsdar was exceediDgly warm, as warm
asmidsasimer; bat dorlag tbe n.rtot. aad UnonrMni
yestorday it was cool, almost cold enough for frost last
aifei.
The present rise has been general alone the Ohk. each
ana an lis mouiartrs pouring forth auuBasual volime
o: water, from tnr eiiecis of the beevr rains of mi
aneikanawna was r-portea Bigbar tban had been krwv
fsrfeai years; tbe Kentucky wis. verr Mit: nd
CemberUad at Nashville roeojexjii feel in twenty-fo:
r . WardOlj-sKUzabeth
"Karmari Mrs A"hn .
jjWeltefi.ss Beck -
"'w.nifon.Martba. J
. Wipper Mrs
-.- Vilmn 'Mrs .Catherine .
' . 11h(le Mrg'Atfguit
ililfi:
McDoweU MUs Etten
QEIVTLE3IEXS' LIST.
A-
Allen D H 3 Allen Martin ' . Adams G H
Abenathy Df Chas AndiewWH" 2 Alexander TM
Alexander J W 2 Alexander John P Al'xa&der S
A, Anderson W T
Armingion J w
Blaekrm T
Bradford JH
Bagger J H V
Blai.d Grse
BaHengiT D H
Bamberg E
Branch J E
B llh R-tn
iBatch Philip
BreU James M
B
Bradley Thos H
Blackmore J
Baden R R
Bland Thos
Anderson W L
Artenright J & J
Bsmmin Henry 3 Byers D A
Bradford E
Blackwell Col J 2
Baker T F
Bland D M
Baldwin C n
Blake Jacob
Barber Jehn Y Barney E F
nieasoe u jwcn s A -Bcgen
A v Bethel P C -"
2 Bennett W J Berry it Co
Barey:JiF.
Baker JHbt
It Is eappoaed that tbe cabin passenger who was drnwn
ed by the sinking ef tbe Jaffa Dean was Thos. Staik, ef
ibis ciiy. ue oas a wire ana lamuy hero, and has been
tflivnuK nw nuvc vua. acciaeni occarreu.
53-The St. Louis ItepuUican, of Wednesday, says :
"The river opposite St. Leals eoatinaes to rite tUwir
and had risen ia all near twa feet darine tbe mat ihrJ-
days ending at dark last evening. Tie Missearl had risen
a ru-iter snore ail tbe way from St. Joseph dewa, aad a
slight Tin Is also on tbe way oat of tbe Missls-lppi The
last arrivals repjrt fall leer feet oa the Lewer Rental.
The ininote River is aboai statloaary. with ten or twelve
feet, la the c jaasel. Frem bare te Cairo tbe. e is a flood
u'auss suge. n eaiuer yesreraay Cool, cry aad tueas.
SBt"
S3-We copy tbe f allowig from the St. LoaU Ri publican
the 1Mb iastaiit.'
Steamboat Accidest. As the Uambott .ru-
was desceadthg the Mls.islDnI rlvrnn Wcnd.v nnrnSn,
aboat 8 o'clock, she struck tbe large pier of the Rocs
Island bridge, and broke three hog chains. She com
menced leaking, but was got to land iramrdiately
Tbe 7YsnCMee Belle, a few mlnates afterwards, struck
the small pier opposite the forward part of the boilers
aad carried away ber entire larboard guards. Tbe BeWe
began to leak, aad, although tbe pumps were brought
rato premp action, a considerable aaintitvo th. m-i..!
P'incipa.ly wheat, was damaged Her lreight was tran-
sntppea to tbe zaracen, which will probably be here
to-day.
E3"Tae Jefferson City (Mo.) Enjalrrrof the9th iast..
contains the fallowing r " "
Six Mex Drowned Six nirHnnrn rtnc.r,. n.
Wheat ix the Rivxr Aboat 12 u'ctock to-day, taat
oaeaad a half miles above Osace brHcp fi.t.t.t
commanded by Captain Jaoob Fowler, loaded with wheat
jrooi neaipnaiu, in usage ctraaty, while cobjIbc down
Osage river, wltha sail up. was capsized, drowning two
men, aad three barely escaping with their Uvea, bylieid
lag on to the steering oar. Captain P. when he iaw the
boat stating JamDed into the rir.r ..v
and soon procured a skiff and took the tb'ee men from she i
A.r ...... n .1 . r 'I
went up to assist la recovering tbe wheat aad men. The
wheat was for Messrs. Hake, Freeman ei Oo St. L' oto
Tbe Dimes of the men drowned are not given, bat they
were Germans that live near Westphalia.
C3 The Cincinnati Commercial, cf Tuesday, says :
"The river is receding rapiJlr. From S.tnr.l.. mi
ning up ta last night. It has fallen over six feet, bat the
Falls will be navigable for the la-g-st beats daring lhe
present week. The weather is raw and chiHr. readrlctr
Ore and evereoats very aeeeolaMe. FreicMi uiin.
comparatively tcarce to all points, with the levee
threegtd wl'b steamers."
Brnnkley John W Byland Wm L
isoon ite v J I! root s Jhn
Jtrooks llev John
Bojcs WW
Bronson A A '
Bond L D ,
Backlry M S
Bnrcis'Jobn
Burns Martin
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL OFFICE,
Thursday, May 14. IS57.
MEMPHIS COTTON OnilTiTinw
Ordinary 10X1I
GoodOrdlnary....lI 11H
Lew Middling.... 12 m2fi
Middling 12HI3
StrtgMlddllngT3!4-2iI3H
GtiSirMiddling.ia Kais
MiddHng Fair..U 4
Fair, scarce.... nominaL
CIIARLKSTOX MAKKET.
Friday ErrKiso. Mar a rn-rrii
day was sctivr, consequent of the "disposition which
holders manifest d to accept mire freely tbe downward
wrauunpnceaoi yesieraay. Tbemartet, however, was
lrreguUr. and we must refer to onr nnnitin.
tbe decline. The sales amounted to 1,161 bales, at the
following particulars : 20 bates at 12 ; 40 at 12 ii : 65 at
13; 321 at !3K ; 252 at 13 ; 91 at 13 ; 631 at 14 cents
Wequote Strict Middling at 13K ; Good Middling at I3fs
MtddtegFaIratl4c. 6 '
. ST. LOUIS MARKET.
We copy the following from the St.LouU RepabUcan,
of Wedne tday last :
FLOWR Wennote50bb's lew grade sncerflna at 4C;
85 eB it merits at same ; 209 and 660 full mperflne in lots
at$S25; 21 nstnsp-cted do at ssme;-203at $S CO; 100
at private terms, and CO branded extra at $S 40.
Whisky- Supplies were mostly held at 35 l, and the
market was unsettled; file- 100 bids at 32ic., cash; 64
bbls at the market rate, and 34 Ibis at 3lQcasb thelast
censideTrd above tbe mtrk't.
Fork In Mesa Pork we notice tales ot 200 bbts at ?2
SO, holders asking at the doe $23 fl bbl. AUo 20 hhds
snotHoera pacjiea inory salt at 8K.
SIO REWARD.
v. STOLEN frem the subscriber, on Wednesday
nkaav Rlgbt last,' a SORREL HORSE MULE. No
P9 marks rxctpt the brand of a O or horte-sboe on
e&SgB&aVatbe right shoulder. Any person that will detect
the thitf and lodge bim In jail, so tbat I can gef hlmI
will pay the above raward. - SIMPSON AIKBK,
mayl3-lw Brownsville, Tenn.
O. FLOUHSOT....M. T. COOPER... .11 W. LEAKE.
NEW F5KM.
THE nnderslgaed beg leave to announce to their friends
and the public that they have formed a co-partner-
aip, for ib purpose of condncting a wholesale
Grocery and Forwarding Business.
At Memphis, Tennessee, in the hou.e recently' occupied
by Messrs. Davidson, Ellis &B!alr,No. 198 Main street.
They hope by strict attention to business to merit and'
receive a llbiral share of patronage. . .
i-Orders filled at lowest ra es, and on as gool leraii, for
cash, as if the,purchaer were present, 'Quick sales and
smslfprtfllsjwltl hi our motto. Call and examine nnr
atock. before purchasing. No trouble to show-griberles.
-We intend lomak-'it to the interest of cjty derjersas
well as country merchants to give us a' share of their
pstreoage. FL0URN0Y. COOPER & LEAKE.
raayI3-dtwaw3m
BIrl J O
Riots Wm
Breekajt W
Boyd Jobn
Boyaton W A 4
Bowers Henry
Bsckner J
But'ei John
Bangarner A J
Brash MF f -Barns
Dfjervanf)
Cain G.J
Cbaatbelin P
Cranio n5 Jobn W
CartwrlghtAR
CUrk Henry
Carter Malhew
CaUmaun M
Coaberg JU
CremsbawT C
Obaatham
ChtMsBF 2
Coir W
Caleraaji Tbos
Catery Samuel
Cewen Wm 2
Cepetaud J
Corwin J B 2
Gabbert W R
Davis G'L
Davis C
Darrell S J
D taa Dr A 3
Deshler C D
D.-xterE W
Denaun Jsha
Dibble S W
Doby J L
Ducternan Isaatv
DoaadKen B
Iiayer Jas
Daabar Henry n
DaanM .
EIamEd
BfttseaSL
Kites DrU
Kugel M
Faulkmf S n
Fauat Le Roy S.K Franklin E D 2
i'aigt David A Fsno o W
Farcesen J R w Fleming D F
FHzpatrlck James Flint 0 w
Bryi-on D J 2
isbed by everyane for tbe great good he has done and Is
nw doing, has, la order to benefit suffering humanity all
?ean, given his certificate as to the-virtueg of Leonard's
I South American -Fever and Ague Remedy, and his state-
Imeat as to Its great efficacy, is of itself sufilcient to
I CillMltb tbe lact that it Ujtbc greatest remedy ot the
FREE EXHIBITION.
TnCSTAR GALLERY now offers for exhibition the
fWit.ceflfCtlon cf OIL PAINTINGS of any Galleiy in
.tt-e country.
Tho IMPERIAL PHOTOGRAPH is ope of the leading
pictures of tie day. -Made only by PARK fc PEP-
I-O.W. Sj
ThsHALLEOTTPE the most wonderfnl picture ever
Made at no
my!2
JNELS0N & NEWELL,
rtTATftaf v '
"vatMAiii. 4JLAli,K5 ISI
Foreign. Ijlzzorss
TOBACCO, CIGtAitS,
OLD BOURBOX AXD' RYE WIIISE
aIASUtAcTirRrii(i a,. "
DfflnCSfic Linnort inil Rnntifuill: lUkt.!
. 1 -. Jiit.li iiuicivji
jiai. 3U.B,T,-OiTK DOOR SOUTH OF UNION,
ME3IPI?ISj TESX
HAVEia Store ; '
4 half pipes Otard, rapaj& Co.. rirsW
2. " -Ploet. Caatillqc Co, Brabdltar
5 qr. RHies-- . " . . , , ' ,
6 " ' nrsersey, . " .
10." casks Pert Wiae; -'
8 " Mad
t ' ' 0i Sherry Wlaet . - "4 -1W
bM. jOM Boarbotr WjsWkr .
50 " " p.JB
20 " Reetlfled - - .
100 cases Ginger Wloe:
Wlb lsJa.:
OOttaWlliScliar,; ' .
To boxes flee Vlrnlnli T.J.in.,
Together with a lan and varied Ssserlmect oftveds
in oar line, lo which the at Watson ot tbe trade ia niiA-
awiy awitea ap0-dfcm
STAPLE ASD-PlXCr DRY GOODS,
Mtn's aad Youth's . Clothtng,
,Hats Shoes, Saddlery, . f
Virgiala Tobacco,? .
. LOJ7 FOR. CASH-! ;
". -'' - Wkoktiale aad Retain "".
',.' lSLMainStriH.
CCtLMiwawlr-ls-. i'-
otliitett rQlGtJii2i a.
1 fM U P TnK x a-. W thLs. - - - a . Vl a.
J -V n-.1 uaJjasi iVVIItaj sav9 JTBtTI JtW HatVJ
rn de Good; fctAify. m(VraM. aot rv?it:
aajiiaauuriiuiiiv atiauw U UUI S. T. rxmAMTm varfssasr Af
""a" OBIB.T3, . . IIALP KOBE.
PANTS. . .DRAWERS. SIJSPKVnpiMt
. . .... nn.n-.. . . . . ..
RAGLANDS, COLfyARS,
SACKS.- - CRAVATS. .
IIANDK'CnjCF?, STOCKS, -
liow for-casBf
apW tiwaw-gt -j. KTATLOR Matn-st,
: GLWVkS,
B. OTS .
GA1TBBS.
SUpPRRSielc
Administrator's Notice.
A T.L TM' flMWI faavif if rl.lm. ..t... i. . ... . ...
. . . . " .. a.anrab nic male or t&C
JX late K. C. F. Daaeaa. will nit lis. ..
payraeat, aad those Indebted to said estate wui" ..1
IS. U. WADDRI.T. .
"f6 AdsiaitratrJP
Guns and ISiflcs. r
A LOT of Gans, RtflPaecbes, Bans, FlaMrs, Heras,
:ic, ofcpcriac taaUly,-Seied at cost an I chatges,
J L.TTL0R, Hala-str
for cash tocloethJot
aii2-atwaw2ra
i : tt
made caa be seen at the Star Qalltry.
I sasitir GaIlerJ Q tne cily' Go 668 thenl-
Wter5" Dyspepsia, Headache and Indiscstion
by which all persons are mire or less affected, can usually
be cured by taking moderate exercise, whcJesomo food,
I and jt. dose ot Bcerhavx's Holland bitters, one
I bar beforr each meal.
Block Moses
Bollinger KT
Eowlln J 0
Brown Col G Tf
Burk'S .Barnhost
JUI USU W j
We call the Attention
OF our readers to the advertisement otYtot. WOOD'S
HAIR RESTORATIVE, In another column. We have
tried it ourself, and can testify to lts-utillty as. a preser
ver of that beautiful ornament the hair. Of Its modus
operandi we know nothing, aad danbt whether any one
else does ; but ot its effects wa do know. We believe it
w ie an imponaui liem looiaoacneiors ana wsuowere,
whose hairless pates are la 'the way ot wedlock. Try it.
gentlemen. Louitville Timet.
To be had of O. J. Wood ft Co., 114 Market street, St,
Louis, and ot druggists generally. . my7 daw2w
Bridge Henry U 2 Brounley J
C
Cain James
Chandk)r C H
Cbaajpress T
. Caraiicheil -Olark
AG.
Carroll John T3
Charlton R
Olerland
Crak John
Cltaino Uwii
OooBibsTH 2
Oocke Joba U
Co.hrau David
Chott Latea
CoHben-R C
Conner U M
.Cclllgan John
Church Dr H W
D-
Divls W W
DavU Wm
Day WP
DardenJA 2
Davenport H F
He mperwolf G '
Dlson Jehn
Djugherty J A
Dos wn A
Donaldson W H
Cranford Joseph
CbappeH F it
0ampbi:A
.Cfirk J R
4Catr John
Canton SS
Charlton David
Chuk C
Wm
CooteyJE
Cqben Jabob
CbblLB ".
ConnrtlWm
Carson James
Cvstigan Wm
Conningbam M
CummlngsDrTJ
Davis E M
Drake Jehn R
Day Thas
Danner D
4DeenlngJ W
D.-an James R
Divine nugh
Dougherty James
$DreineJ R.
A Cure for a Canker.
THOSE of our readers who suffered from this disagree
able complaint, will be glad to know that BURNRTT'B
ORIENTAL TOOTH WASH, prepared by Messrs. Joseph!
Darnell & Co ,Tremom Street, Boston, U a most effective
and agreeable remedy. It also arrests decay of the
I Teeth, and renders the gums hard and healthy.
53-For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO. and all Drug
I gists at 50c. and $1 per bottle. my7-datwlw
Chapped Hands.
THIS very troublesome and oftentimes painful condition
of the hands, also tan, sunburn, freckles, and all redness
and roughness of the skin, occasioned by extremes of
hi at cr cold, may be removed and prevented by the use of
BURNETT'S KALLISTON, or ORIENT WATER, pre-
(.pared by JosEpn Burnett & Co., Boston.
For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO., and dealers gener
I ally. Pi Ice 50c. and $1 per bottle. my7-atwlw
DonTldaon John S 9 Dunlack Ar O
.Dunnooth.J Danbar Wm
Daabar Henry T DaacanJ W
Earl A
Elllolt J S
Krerhart G W 2
. F
Fallen Charles
Ewgee J H
EarlyS B J D
Eppes John
Flood D
Fix II G
Foster J A 3
GarnrburgerH
Garrrtt L
Gan G B
Graham OA S
Green Gen
Geriate C I.
G lchrist J A
Gilbert EM
Griffla Abel
rttreth I. F
GordaaG A
Hack Philip
naHJ A
Haley Dr S
Hammond W R
Hasty Patrick
n.ncli Jobn C
Harvllle W M
HewmJ A
ntwsorn John
nickey T W
Hill John
Hoibroaks E
llolllcshead Ji'-
Howard JameiJifIIovard J L
nowsaa-TMimi
Harding B F
Houston Engine
Hodsoa J A
Uumpbn-ys G 2
Hems W E
Tbel 0 K.
Irwin TB 2
Jackson J Tt
Jordan J W
Jones MW
JoutsDrWD 2
Johnson John V
Johnson Henry
Johnson W
KnappTeter
Kerr A L
KerserAVck
.Kenedy WT
KealJohn
Kirman J
Kerk John
King Thos J
KarkWm
Kaitl J P
Kahns&Co A
Lawsos Eliis
LambP V
Lambeth R P
Foley B F
Forp J-E
Fnleuton Wei
R
Gray Wm
Graves F P
Garrett J W
Garner B
Gregory Paul
Grtgory S H
Gibson J F
Glrardinn W H
Griffin P
Goble G S 2
Gunter Jobn N
H
nallerberK G D
najman S R 2
Harris Columbus
Happeck. J M
Hays A W
nardlngj A
Hardin Sini'l
Henley JT
Henderson & Bro
Hlx M
Hot man J A
Holt. J M 3
Holland O S
3
JloraeJ W
ncpklnsTJ 2
Union Wm
Huppert HP
Humphreys G W
II nil J
I
- lams Wm M
J
Jackson Dr A
Jordan A M
Jones AS
Jones W K
Johnson O D
Johnson L J
It
Kearney Patrick
Kerr JC
Kei itiek John
Kenedy E W
Kems J W
Kessel F
-Koch
F
Kmney John B
Knbwlton J
LatimerU P
T -.r,, v r
Leonard
Lewis Gns (sev'.t) LelgbtonWm Y
Iva E
XcaChJB 4
.IJrOchM.
Ljnaseyiinos -j
;LoneyY'Au;
wMi
3IartlB J R.
Mont n James
Mitel ell A R -Miller
Charles 2
Lenoir wm
Leach J&A
Link
LlndieyR W
Luxrcm J H
v w
Mabond John
Martin James
MarzekWXS
Mitchell E
Middletoa Tbos 2
M instead F
FaucettWm n 5
Farnts Francis
Freose John
FHzpatrlck S :
Fiyiin Tbos" .
Foley Ed ,
Foster Aaron
Cray Joe
Grady PatrlcS
Garvey J
Green Dr U 2
Gear G
GishH H
Gibson S n
Grimes Philip
Griffin Michael
Gorman E
Hall I M 2
Keywords T S
Ham M R
Hamilton J
Uanes C T
Harris Charles
nelmGeoM 2
Hampshire John
Heodrick D
Histh Josetb
Ho'llngsworth
nolt F V
Householder Wm
Howard W F
Horcer Joseph
Houston M B
nudsen J B
nntton Milton
Hume J W
Htucn J M
Irvln Ad'uon
Jackson John S
Jespqn J
Jones V -J-bnsonW
CM
Johnson Edwin
Johnson J H
Kearney J
KerrWJ
KarsJF 2
King w A
Xurn Daniel
-Kerns A C
KlngW
-King Mr at. at law
x ret tr Geo 2
KaowlesCB 2
Lacey B W
Lznlgan Pat
Lenard Peter
Leper Jas -Lewis
M
LlnebeckJOtAVt.
Lineman James
Lord WS. '3,i, .
T ... n- - ' '
v CIM
ilall .Wm . i
Ma'Un WE
Melrlne J 21
Mitchell JH
MRier.Jams
MyrickBP
White Teeth, Perfumed Breath
and Beautiful Complexion,
CAN be acquired by using th Balm op a Thotj-
SASD Flowers." What lady or gentleman would re
main under the curse of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the "Balm or a Thousand Flowers" as a
dentilflce, would Dot only render it sweet, but leave ths
teeth white as alabaster ? Many persons do not know
their b'reath is bad, and tho subject Is so delicate their
friends will never mention it. Beware cf oounUrfeiU.
IfBe sure each bottle li signed,
FETRirGE h CO., New York.
Z3 For sale by all Druggists. apI7-devdly
Memphis and Charleston R. R.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Mem.
phis and Charleston Railroad Corapany, held at Hants-
ville, Ala., on the 19th February, 1S57, the following re
solution was unanimously passed:
Retolved, That in accordance with tbe cower and an.
inoruy gi-en in ine ntieentn section of tbe Cbarter of
tbe Memphis and Charleston Railroad, the Bcatd of Di
rector! of satd Company heriby declare that all stock
bo'ders who do not payout fully tbe stock they hold in
said Company, on or before the 30th day ot June next.
that tbe same will be forte lied to the Company, including
an siock wnoiiy or parny nnpaia , ana toe Treasurer of
I each division ot tbe Road bo required to give notice to
mat rocci. rroin ine isi or April to t tie 33 lb of June next.
A trne copy ot tac minutes.
W. B. WALDRAN,
Treasurer Western Division.
Mcaipnu, April 1, 1S57. . api-td
CHALYBEATE SPRINGS,
NEAR BOLIVAR,
Hardeman County, Tennessee.
THE undersigned, having recently purchased the above
well known wa'erineclace. la now rrflttlnir h .
and putting the buildings, grounds, etc., In as complete
order as any Springs In tbe southwest. The location be
ing In tbe healthiest portion of Tennessee, and easy of
"on, an sections or ine country, it is believed tbat
these. Springs will, the coming season, present to the
seeker of pleasure and bea.tb attraction vni n
others In tbe Union. She water Is of the best nnalitv.
possessing fine curative qualities, and the proprietor will
spate neither pains nor expense In rendering hU guests
ccmrortabie during their sojourn with him.
The means ot accede to these Springs is very easy, they
being situated directly on the Railroad from Memphis to
Bolivar, 2 H miles from Bolivar, and slxtv from Mem
phis. Tbe cost of reaching tbem from Memphis is onlv
three dollar Persons visiting tbe Springs can leave
Memphis Id the morning and reach them h. w.n-
leave In the at lernooa and reach Memphis for supper.
j. u. liAUKUtAj.. Proprietor.
P. S In addition to the otherattraetl na nr th ni.r
there will be kept a fine band of MCSI0 to enliven the
soe'' J. 0. E.
may6-daw4m
. A .NEWDISCOTERY.,
T1IE many evidences adduced-ln-thU'dty place lt be
jond.dinbt as tb.Ure permanent cure of CONSUMPTION,
'In all of its forms, by the continued" useci Dr. SLEDGE'S
iiUAKiiuuaD -TECTORAL. CROUP relieved .in one
mlnnte. 4pji
TP IFTT barrels Not1 Molasses, for sale by .
IJ? marn HANCOCK. CLARK St CO.
M
KflA CASKS Kennett's Ale in store aad for $akaby
OVKJ II. II POTTER, MsJn-s3rt
my Third door North of Worshata UoxfU.
rpnREE HUNDRED boxes,
X dies, for sale by.
X and j box, Slar Can.
mar 17
HOO'
HANtoCK, CIAJtK i CO.
. i .1 :::
-.SJPWM : ism
... '
Col Jao. Pope's J feet wide.
. Raslileace. M,
' r
SkV hi . Lei No 2.
XX A' J. C. Grlf-
Vfe " ' to'4
"Vf- A. Gaedwjs's '
, . Dr-N W a?-i0iaj,M,
AbanKaBsafe's e IS acres - aTa . a.
jRi&Bce.'- N. waadsaad. Jg j
FOR REX1V
THE RrsideBcion Sbvlltr krt flrat w
Jt Real street, aa 'he west stde ef Shelby street
waere wm. Bowies now resides. Pes seas son
given 1Mb tost. Apply to
ja-lm J JC PBOVINB.
Shelby Gounty Parm for -Sale.
I OFFER far sale apoe easy terms tbe Farm
known as the JOHNSON PLACR, sltaated ea
theGermantowa Plaek road and tbe Meraahis
aad Cbarleswa Railreoo. about elevee milv f raaa
etar-ars. ine tract caalalas 2STM som. I2fi Mr.
chared aader a goad fence, aad la Hoe esslUTatiaa. Goad
dweHtagwitb etvea rvoaw, dstevn. staalea, gia boase.
etc, an la goad otder There is oa the place a choice lot
of Peach. Pear, Qniace, Ptnm aggMppte trees ia heariag
Tb a good pwehuser a great fcargaia will be givea
G B. LOCKE,
mrMf Aactioacer aad Itral RktataProker.
. rjtvji o w &y Kyzjro KSa
HAVING recelv d the Agency for Memphis we can
supply the trade with tbe varina .ivt in . hu.
ana coiorcu, ol ine
ueieorated Holmes' Patt?nt Soamlosa
Whalebone Hooped Skirt.
Acknowledged by all ladles of jBdimeat aad good tasta to
" "wji juu okiht, possessing all tbat reqaisttesof
fashion, beauty and comfoiiccjmMnea; besllss being re
commended by the Medical Tacnltr of repute in the cities
v k ' auia ana liosion, wnere tuts SKUt
, iuc irm.cuM oyer anoiorrs. a
FOR SALE Steel, Brass, Whalebone and Saltan
noops. "- LEHMAN & COT,
Agent!
. THE above property 1 nsest adnntageMMty sltaated,
within thirty mlnate drive at ctty, aad IR a taost
aesVrabteaeighberia-d. Aboat eee-tatrd ef each Ul.i
heavily timbered. For terms, appiy to
J. C. hKIPFIMO, ar
WM A. GOODWYN,
myl-dSw Mem phi, Tenn.
" CBLBBR.VTED i.
WOSGESTERSHIPiE SiVUCE
2IAGSIFIdE&T ARliASSAS FARM
For -alc. -
WSofSeTfersaleaverysaperior traet at 1663 acre,
af Land oa tbe M Mlssippt river. In MbaHaiboi
;p. Arkaaaat. oae mi e belaw the town ar (Hem:
'58 acrea of ibe land n In a high state ef caltivatiaB, and
su a erna M umber deadened The tract i eatlrety above
avctHawby means of a 1-vce, aad drained by bayaas or
astaral ditches. We w 11 sen a great bircaia fr half
cash la this valoabl- Farm, as ibr pcMe we ak, aa we
are iafoesar!, Is far b low tbe market price K uads of
Miaal value. Mr. B 3 Hardia lrvlp aa aa adjoiaiitg
I laatation, will take pleasure ia h.wtng the Farm to all
who wish to eximine-. Fur terras. .Vc . address.
, J. L. & R. W. BROWN,
yg-dtwawlav its Cherry St., Nashville, Tena.
Valuable Property on Shelov,
Vance and Ulain-sts. for Sale.
I OFFER for saloon reasonable terms, twa Houa's and
Luis, f roatlag SO feet each oa tbe Bast side of Shelby
PRONOUNCED BY
CANNOISSEUBS,
TO BE THE
KRW x'rir ssb
..m. ... A. jlii mmt a
uiuuii xjfu wj enure nrrft in theaaasef
Copeland (illchilatJh mPHi.AVn vnuntnit .
CO., who assume all llabmties, aad are fully aathatlnd.
to settle all the business ot th eld boase. ; a
I take pleasure In r comtaendln?
confidences my frietds, and bope they wil exund the
same very libera: patronage to the new firm, hefttlfote
glen tbe old h ute. j. w. oiLcnniCT.
Memphis, May 4, 1S57. my-lw
Only
AttD AFPLI CARLE TO
EVERY VARIETY -fi?Si
... OF DISH.
Yj CALDWELL
F. JI. COPELAXD. C W. EDJfosDfi
COPELAND, EDMONDS & CO .
1 WHOLESALE ( Store and Sell
Dealers la Fine
Liquors & C'gars
J GROCERS,
(. Cotton
COMM1SSIOIV MERCHANTS,
myS-tf NO. 11 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
City Auction Iiooms,Ko.29 Front Row
HEW ESTABLISHMEIIT.
L. JOHNSON & CO.,
G. W. HANNA and JOHN WINN, Salesmen.
WOULD respectfully Inform th citizens of Memphis,
that they have opened this day, at No. 29 Front Row,
A GENERAL AUCTION DEPOT,
And are now prepared to offer unusual f aeHites to narllea
having Merchandise. Real Estate or Negroes to dispose ,f.
Wc will have daily sals at our store, and art mdr t
attend sales In any part of the city and coantry tor a very
moueraie commiain.
We will effect sales at prlvat sale on commission foj
any description of Teal or personal property.
We will keep a lieglster at oar Sales Room for Real Es
tate for Sale, Lease or Rent and Negreei for sale or hire
AQvances in uasa made on any ascription of property
my7-lm .
H, HOEPER,
LOOKIWG-GLASS & GILT PEAIrlE
0LD Frames re-glided. Looking Glas -es rf-silvered like
new. All work warrants, oil Palminp. .mi p.--
lures oa nana lor sale, n asbington street, below Theatre.
1UJJ-UJW-
W. E. MILTON.
2G Madison Street, Dp Stairs,
INSURANCE AGENT,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
States.
Exchange and IVote Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of all
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE,
ocl7
5G0 YARDS BLACK SILKS !
Black Satin Stripe Grenadine1,
FA1YCY GREIVADIXE ROBES!
BLACK AND FANCY BEiiEGE ROBES!
XULi3l SjLTIsL ' X327013S30E3 J
GTJTTA PERCHA SEIBT COED!
FLOSS SILKS. FLOSS COTTON I KNITTING COrTONI
Jnst receljtd and for sale low for cash. Dally expected,
3,500 Yards Summer Prints I
myl0-dtwaw2y. . j. i, TjiYLOR.
To the Citizens of itlcninliis.
THE uhderiigtied parposes establishing a Scnthem
Paper in New York, and des ires ccriranr.i thA n.
couragement and support of the cltsiens of Memphis, and
of the State of Tennessee.
I shall for i-fetr days remain at ibe Woriham n.u e
and will take it as a special compliment from the. irlends
ot the enterprise. If they nil! send mo their names as
suuicrioers to ae aoviacrn ncraii. Subscription S3.
W6 K'A. RAMSEY.
EXTRACT
ot a Letter from a
Medical Gentleman
At MADRAS,
TO HIS BROTHER
at
WORCESTER, May, '51
"Tell LEA Sc FKR
RINS that their
iu.Tw.-MSAUCR Is highly es-
.-fjr. I teemed la India, ana M,
JC-piX in my opinwa inemosi
aaiaiae.e as wen as ine
most wholesome Saaee
ibat made.
The aly Medal awarded by tbe Jury ot the New Tork
Exhibition for Foreign Saoes. was obtained by LEA &
PERRINS far their WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, the
world wMe lame of whtch havlag led tg numerous tmita
I Ions, purchasers are eamtlv request W to see tbat tbe
names of "LEA & PSRRINS" are impressed upja the
Bottle awl Stopper, and printed upon the labels.
Sole Wholesale Agents for tbe Halted States.
Jolm-Duncan & !ons,
405 BROADWAY, N. Y.
A stock always in store. Also, ordeis received for di
rect shipment from Eagjand. my9-ly2p
Room and Accommodation
FOR FIVE HUNDRED STRANGERS AT THE
sazIas OF FASHI0K!
NO. 223 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS.
THAT la to ray, room in oar Store and Sbow Rooms
up stairs for live hanared stringers, whom we caa
accommodate with the flnesb and mo.t fashionable Boa
nets and Mammas ; rich Silks and Fancy Dress Goods ;
Embroideries, Ribbons, Trimmings, ami a 1 other anf
Fancy Goods which ar? usually kept la the most fashlea
able establishments, wbkh we 1U alspose of at very
moderate prices. Persons visiting Memphis at this in
teresting time, wHI please give us a call.
ap30 E. BARIND3 & CO
Just Received,
PER EXPRESS, flte hundred BONNETS, among which
tbe Neapolitans ard One Straw Eogentas; French
Chip Binneu ; Neapolitan, EnglUh and Swiss Straw.
Als, oae hundred Shak r Hoods, all of which we will
tell low. E. BABINDS & CO.,
ap30 No. 223 Mala street.
street by 1 15 feet Jeep to an alley, the Soath lot bavins a k uw.. K.im tk. Till n. Xmtm Vl 1BIU:
. " it.. nx , . mjr: ib-i. jmu Nl Nl B BtJV
rreWence of etgbt rootureacb, kitcbras, detents, etc., all
in perfect order.
Also, Lot oa North sid' Vance street. East ef above,
40 feet front by Ida feet deep
Alee, Two Lots so Not th side et Vases- street. Wast of
Mam street. 22 H feet frnnt each by Kfaet deep.
Also! Poar Lots oa Ma n street. 3$ fRt treat each bv
100 feet p to an alley. TbeSovb one o wbkh has a
treat oil the North tide of Vance Mratt 160 feet.
' The abate property is located la oae of ibe beat netzfc-
i berhsods In the cit), aad Is Increasing is value more rap
idly thaa aay other r tWence property.
G. B. LOCKE,
myfl AicttStxtr aad Rea Estate Broker.
Residence for Rent.
WE or for neat the large and desirable
Dwelliag Itease recently occupied by S FoKttt
tltuattd en Adaras street, a few doors be1ln
.Third. ' There are coaaecfd with it. twa geed
cisterns, a kitchen, stable aad .paciuas garden. Pssses-
81mt given Immediately. Apply to
FOWLKES, MOUNT & CO.,
my6-d3w Jeftrsoa street,
A T. Uvallxtte, tele ef Bern a EavaHetto Matu.
J. T. Shirlet. ute of use Kate Pfjaaec.
K. S. Davidsos, late uf Padacab, Kaatacky.
LAVALLETTE, SIURLBY & CO.,
STEAMBOAT AND UAIUXOAU
AGENTS
AID OEXE3AL
CflaaiSfiioa & Forwarding 3IcrcIiaEts,
Qfice y. M JVoaf Hott and Court Hrut.
Warehosiife oa Water street, Wait's Block.
luviag rtitrad from tbe ' P. -
waK Ageacy basin-i of
LavaifetM Mori l ' , " l In mill i itaind ban .. a'tj
tbaateejves for the uao-.aetla ef a airtaiaask aiM t aii
ruad AfZtacy aad ir ral Cosaaakwiaa aa FerwaiUn (
baaineis, aad would res. ettjWij aek taa paUeaag ot Uia
Baateroaii frkam of tb: eld aim, aa waal as tbaae lately
eoaaMcted with it.
Oar frtead. Marne 1-avea aa la lacaeat. Braadywiae
Psts, -abate ear itoambaat rriaada ia wat ef wtxd, wdl
tad - Charley" ever ready ta wtHonr then at tHe B. d
Liabt.
Piaeattaag arasnpt atteatna ta alt bastaees eoiraatcd
to at, we ixxtfiii;y rr to tl SMfcaaata and shippers
af Mesa pale aast Mnveerar West.
. LAVALLBTTE, SH1ELXY & CiK
ItwB IM ea from tbe abve "casd" tbat the aader
staaest withdraws trota tbe old Stat af Lavallctie &
Marri.
Sratcfcl far tbe khsd aatranaae from tbe aeceroas ard
wartbybaataaJh ef aaf putt aad fiver, aad to oar atti' la,
wba have always azteaded their. tntcBee antl (avors. I
naifawltB rearet, ytl sAfcUa eoaUaaaaet f tbe groeral
aver Was boatatear artl tbtpaers ta-xsy saccesMss,
VTbe feisaer has bten
evtry way worihyof
Meatn. Lav.lstMa, Ssutty I Co,
sayaMueato far jaars, aad is
taver aiM ftapoaaga.
. ai tsars. Sbir'ey aad Davldsda, latf ef the steamer Kate
Srijbae, Mitsla casauaebtlatiaa, iSce taravety bumrsa
an -o aar. btattataeff aerru svaectaal bostaeaa meu
a rtoowB- Jtled in a.5 tb mjoirriJ datm as Agnus, I
ejdjaMy uiniiiiaaif hem to tbe patraasge ef aU packet
who wi-b tbe taflnencr of nttMaaMlabttguis nea .o
rvvi)t then. ReatrctrnUy.
aaj-aai CHAS. F. MQRglS.
Valualile riegroes for ale
mjL iBiaij, .atituaa jaai arrives rrata AeaiBCiy
GZj SB'S Vim Ala i'im.1, K. nMl . .. trr ' .f
' jt ctuales. X. B. P-lRKBST,
aurT-if
No. 87 A da ma street.
j "WjlTitcrl Itn vtsl ?jl?!Iir.
A GOOD GARDBNEK iibtiaawagx paia Apply '
, J. M. SHAW CO
Oa on Bank. Aveaae, 1st door trota. Madisoo-at.
BaailMf '
aVEW BARBER SHOP.
THOSE wba are foTefaa easy. cutafartoMe ard olean
9HAVB will find iiTirmrafilitMia at ih- btt ihi-rt cf
JOHN BRUtTX, who bjpt put re-oprSHif oa Shelby sti-l.
His shaa U .rnajfortally aad Uttefatly atted ap, aad b ;
win be pteased to watoaate aisaf eaatoaarrs aad aa many
new oae as amy staaiuam to paiiaWai. bias. .
aacrs-im .
Fancy Prints.
Q - n CASK Fastsjr Priau, new styles, oa band aad for
ZDU sate by ' JAMB LOW & CO.,
BurM 413 Mala atreeu, LeaievtBe. Ky.
A nn CASBSFaacy Lawo, aa hand tor sale by
1UU JAMnLQW a: CO.,
vn 418 XaU htmt, Idalvtlle. Kt.
French rJaconets.
- jSAMjta prinwj frenck Jaaaaetta, very hanjscma
19 atytoa, tai baad aad tor tale hy
JAffR8 LOW k CO .
aarSt 4SS Mdteacnat. Ltwatville, K
Crene D'fimne.
3C A3R8 Crepe DHaaeae, anattedwitora;
1 eaas Satis Strtaad aad CaaU;
I casetFigawt anal cbaOl ; aa Ma tad lor sal.- Vr
JAMatt LOW &. CO .
atarSl 413 Main taraet, LaavvUlr. Kr.
I) Be?e.
- OAgltS X De tt, 10 case. 4-4 Be Brs, on baml a..
D for aula by JAMBS LOW Jt CO
tarsi 419 Main street, Laafanre Kt
l.ineu I'ant Stuff,!
rn (JASBsriata aaa Twinaauaasa nMStafl!. en bar d
dU and for sale by JAMKS LOW S. CO .
asarSl 418 Mala alex-t. Looitville, Kv
Sea IiSlnHtrUrovra Cotton Tt '
nf. BALES Sea Ulaati Brown Cettoa, oa boad and I jt
UU ietr " JAMBS lOra CO ,
atBi-31 418 Mala street, LeaUvH'.e. Ky
Striped Osnnliurgs !
SITMllrlM4lkuiifn natiirSnlhi,,.'
tt) JAJUOJ LOW t (ii
aM, 418 Xatoatratt, Leaisvi:!.-, s.r
bv
To a!l whom it Hi Concern.
ANYpetavn c prraaaa who baSe a fc cerfi It .
wblcb'SBBSfawcei by Thomas C- Rteetjey, T.x i
lector for Shelby comity, Teaaiaite, for tbe year, l-w.
aad which eertalcaie wa Isaaal either oa or after ibe
a lrl U'-gbetVar Lot No 4, ia the ctty of Me i
BBia, Stk Civil District af Shelby conn'v, istvd, repu r '
aiveruei u ara us use nam- rr rat Baunun " r r
State aad Coanty Taxes, en the 7tb day uf Ja:y.ISS6 a :
struck eT to Daaarl Hagbes trr the $ani af twelve !- -tars,
la tte towa ef Raleigh, an- b. rf v Tiotjaed that o.
aey Y. Watsea, at bit efllee No 4, Walker's BaiUn s",
Mala street, Merni bis, Tenaessee. U ready aad aazioos to
redeem the sae ia the Dane of tbe ucdroijased, cwae-3
f said Let No. 40. tram a awaersoa or persons wbo fcav -
said certiacate or any other eerUacle feraid lot. D - - -irl
H UK bat does nut give tbe name of the pertoe to w m
he traasSnved it, and If the balder et tt da's not r-al-'
m or herwlf knoaa in a .bert time, naeatarea vi!1 a
takes teprtTBt, tbe Tax Callectars fromaaatlDgdeeU f. r
It. JOHN S. PEARSON
my7-dtwawSw SIDNEY Y. WATSON
4m,BIcacIied Cottons
OASi
mar3I
SK3 B lea shed Oottent, os hand aad sar sale by
JAMKS LOW jt CO..
4ta Mala street, LoalsvlHe, Ky.
AKTHOiVS" HOUSE,
Littlo Bock, Arkansas.
THE sabacriber taring recently parchased tbe
ANTHONY HOUSE trum Joba CoiUns. wishes
to inform tbe public that be will be pleased te
see tbem at aay and all times and cccirmaiates
addiag, renewing and r fitting tbe whole Establishment,
ana iwps to give general sausraciton.
my9 Im WM. H. DAWSON.
Grand Opening;
F five hundred new styles MANTILLAS, eesBpselng
liXSevrry Tarlety from the eb'apetl ta ine insausreenaia
bracght on. which we win sell at a very smalTOvance on
avrry Tarlety from the cheapest ta the
mt . BARINDS -V. CO
apjO 223 Main street.
DBESS GOODS.
OUR ttock is now complete, ami comprises an extensive
varfty of Silk Robes, Organdies, Grenadines aad
Bimre Robes, cf the ilcbest and latest styles. We can
partleetar attention torthlt department, as they were se-
lecte-' with great care, ana naving a large siock oa n sua.
we win elese them out at very low prices.
E. BARINDS & CO,,
apSO 2t3 Main street.
Emuroideries,
LACES,
TRIMMINGS,
PAR-VSOLS,
. FANS,
PERFUMERIES,
&c, &c.
At'the Bai jar of Fishieu. K. BARINDS & CO.,
ap30 223 Mala street.
DlEMPfilS INSURANCE (?03JrAXT,
IilemphiSy Tennessee.
CAPITAL 'S1505000.
Sam. Hosby, Pres't; Ben May, See'y.
r OFrlCE ON JErrERgON STREET.
DIRECTORS.
A. O. Harris, Sam. Mosbv,
Q. 0. Atrisios', T."W. Wilsissojt,
J. O, Greek law, TH. Aixeh,
J. J. BAWLIttOS.
mai7-lf
Trustees' Sale. -
BY virtue er-a deed -tn trust executed to ma the 15th
day of March, 1S53, twill sell at public auction, to
the highest 'bidder for Cash. LotsNo.'s 13, 15,29,29, ot
K. W .nlll'trsuMlviilon of original count ilot'No. 611,
a uri uui Tfiu.. viauc. uiit isacineer. '-Tne suTfli
i"oV, m '0'u Da ' o? "e r or May,, t B1fve of ,0,,- of c. Mtni. rie left MemphU
jOitS E. BVDE ALEX. MACACLAT.
JOH1Y E. HYDE & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Slcrchants.
AOI.XTS T8R THE '
Menipbis and New 0rlean3 Packet Line,
asc
Cose. Erai ya ftr-cl Ss Cot's
Through Line of Xeir Orleans,
MOBILE AND ALIBAMARIVER FA0KET3,
TTo. 66 Poydras Street,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
PARTICULARaad personal attention given to the Fer
waidaaeef Goads.
Reflrtnctt Msri M'Coaibs & Tries, Hancock,
Clark a; Go IjvaDetie, Shirley & Co., J.J.Mnrphy,
Kkj . Chas Potter. Capt O. B. Church, J. J.RawHng,
Memphis, Tenn. ' mrlt-Cm
STRAYED.
FROM tbe sbbscrloer. on th 2d Instant, two
sareMQLB8, medium size; one alight sorrel,
she other a dark b jj ; bth bare marks of Har
'not ; tbe-bay has old ho s on her tore feet.
t win give a liberal reward for their delivery to me, or
any iafermation so that I get them.
niyl2-tf JAS. M. WHITE, Memphis.
FOR SAL.E.
Properly Near the City of LouisTille.
A HANDSOME COUNTT RESIDENCE, with
in thirty minutes drive of tbe city, with
eighteen or forty-five acres of Land, accessible
by tbe Turnpike and Railroad, and wHbln one
mile ot the Agricultural Fair Grounds Tbe improve
ments are all new and of raidem style. Tbe Land Is
of tbe best quality. Thli place is well suited as a snm
mer residence for a Southern gentleman For further
particulars Jrply to Dr. J M. KELLER, Memphis, er to
J. W BREDENT
myl2-datw2T Real Estate Agent, Loativtlle.
Emuroideries, Laces, Etc., Etc. .
I AM offering again, through Mr. SANGER, a variety
ot LAD1E3' FANCY GOODS, at usual low prices,
such as Cellars, Sleeves, Sets. Mlta, Veils, Roses, etc .
Real,Lacs, Valeaclens, Gimpnre. black and white. Ecg-
Hsh Lace", etc. etc
Louies ar-respcciraiy invitea to cau ana examine
ihem. , G. B. LOCKE,
myll-lw Auctioneer and RealEstate Rrpker.
lntfovmato2&
respectfully wanted ot RICHARD BEKNNAN, a
1S57,
mjS
. WADDELL,
Trnstee.
180 Acres of Land.
A PART of the Owen Tract, situated on the'-Jigeon
Roost Plant road, four miles from the city, for sale,
at a great bargain if fold In a body. The tract is partly
Improved. All the lind lies well, U very rich, and In a
fine, bealthy neighborhood. G B. LOCKE,
mjl-tf - Auctioneer mdBeal Estate Broker.
:ln July. 185. and has not been heard of since. Any ia-
fermatlen respecting him will be thankfully received by
his brother, THOS. BRENNAN,
, my 3 Mrarhis, Tenn.
Choice Irish Potatoes. "
1 Ofl SACKS Ux sale by
1U B. MERRILL,
oct28 No. 6 Monroe strut.
A5D
FOB. SALE.
SEVERAL ia fraataf tbeGayese, ethers oa Yacc?.
Stwlby, DeSoto aad Beat sticels.
Tbe a ijsti baa detenaieed to saake a eemplete sale -t
the abase: Late, aad having bat a Ifaaiied ttaie ta r. ma. a
la Memabb, be will dispose of tarraapca saeb long titr "
aad eax testa, as are rarely aflbrdeit ia a city ha -tbe
pi iwat and atoapectlve growth of Ihia. Tbe proper -is
s Minted In the moat p-osperoas and rapidly ad aiK eg
partef the city Is all tanaaeded with- baaasame a-r?c-n
t iprpr o vf rofntA, aad dmpriae araay of tbe m. -beaatKaVieHirnce
Lets within tbe dry ImiU Fr. ni
tbe 20titoth2Sthar MT, taa prpieter wtit.be at
the afSeeaf Wm. A FbtHp H. Thanpfva, where be will
be pleased to meet parekasers. Oa tbe 29th of MAY be
wlHsell ataactica every Lot of watch he is possessed in
Meatphit. A list uf tbe Lets, with their location, at
fcaibcTeaToB tbe taap of tbe city, together with he
term of sale, will be advertised far a week piecediag
ttatd.y. apaa-fc W L VANCE.
Administrator's Sale.
I WILL U to Use highest bidder, ea tbe 2tb. day t
MAY, 5867, at tbeate lesideace of Wm. M Dnan.
deo'd. Hones, Mafs. Cows, beep. Begs, Coin aad Fod
der. Ox-wagoa and VTram, FautlBC UteatHs. neas.hoid
and KiKhtn Fnrtiltiir, and othsfr tbioja tonnsersus to
meaHoa. . .
Terms Note at six months, saiHfactortly endorsed.
payable la Bank, f EMILY. F. DUNN.
my7-ta . , Aomiauiratrix.
To those who love thcirFclIow Beings
I HAVE a Remedy (purely vegetable) for Fever aad,
Ague. Fits, and Falling Sickness, which has nev.r
ben kn-.wn ie fail. It is as pk-asast. aad as cheap, as It
is efBcacloas. Any person wto will serd B the aim's,
and dlrectlaas to tbe retsdeaoes, of test iaeHvidaaU lick
ef CoDsamatloB, or aay disaase of the CMet or Longs, or
saSbrJsg from a broken dowa and shattered Constitution,
will reeeive as a rewareMUa Recipe. It embodies full ia
".trnctlsas for making aad admlnislerlna tbi wonderful
Medicine. Address. DR TRACY DKLORME,
myS-dawlmla New Tori Pest Qface.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
Hardin County, Tenn.
(SECOND SEASON UNDER THE MANAGEMENT 0?
Hat PKOFKIKTUK.
THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS wUI be opened on
the 1st Jane net, for the annmmedathra of my
friends and th puSHc I "jare a large Ice Haase full or
Ice. An excellent Band, ef Music wW be in attendance
during the en- ire season. The Depot wil be at Burns
TllS?. en tbe Memphis and CharTestoa Railroad.
I have made arraagemetrtswlth Mr. J. T. Chldester,
who. will nave piaty f Una Coaches at Vfe Depnt. All
can rely on yine 'brooajt turret ice same aay tn-y leave
MeraphH. ne win also have fl-e Buggies and Carriages
at the Springs.
apl9-daw2m weu. aiiALL.
ARCHITECTURE.
JOHN L. MORGAN. A nhlttctfuTHishea Plans, Spee
' lacatloasaad Detaltol J)rawczsK strpeIaesds the
Erection of BSibtlars, FarnUbes ABeraxk3atjsjtltna.tes.
lets Contracts, be, raea.-urt Briek Wrk.Pfcuterlng,
Painting and CirpeDters Work, te., Stves' Estimated
Value to Work, the price for which a cenlract has been
made. Particular attention given to Dwaritlons and
EmbeBisbmen-8 In axbllecture. Partfcatar attention
given to Church Architect ore
jj- iisams jo. 3 w aixsi-s linuaiass, aempnis, Teaa.
apSOlm
Strayed or Stolen.
OS the I7tb, aBav MULE, about tlx y-ars
eld. thirteen hands high, aad a llttttbme in the
n.bt (umImt with thrtfl atvM t"tf..
fVirfia' A liberal reward wilt be paid for liSUtlivi ry to
us, or la format ten so that we caa get him.
myJ-tf PHBLGif Jc FARRI3.
i
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-wswaeirniggUUl'XtB-,phU. ' myJ-lf
PHELON t FABJUS,
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