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THE MglY EEfc
MAY 19, 1857,
NOTICE TO ASPIRANTS FOR OFFICE AND THEIR
All uS foa casatsatea for municipal or mlnisterla
taxi and the replies thereto, are charged at this office at
. . ... -
the rate at SI per square, sacc aavexusemenis mu.ii. oe
accompanied with tbe caihlo tectare attention.
Kg There will be a regular meeting of the
ffgT We are indetde'd to The Adams' Ex
press Company for UU New York ana Augusta paper!
We are under obligations to Mr. W. P.
Lewis, no mursn w vui vicj jaitiuaj, jwtuwiit,
gS"Ovrfng to the wires not being in working
Jrr lest night, we are without onr usual telegraphic
ffS"The officers of the steamers Northerner,
Glendale, L AT. Kennett.Jamtt Montgomery and Wood
ford, hive ear thanks for late Cincinnati, Loelsvine,
St. Leuti and Sew Orleans papers. .
Third Ward Meeting. The voters of the
Third' Ward are reonested tojxneet e t Exchange- Hall to-
sifht, at 8 e,eteek,.fbr the purpose of nominating candi
dates far Aldermen fr.Mesutogcerperate year.
ff" Samuel Benton, Esq., formerly editor
at im HeMySartagt 3 fates, pal I us a viett y t ster-cli j-.
Having abaaaaaed ntatpepcrdom.i is now devoting
bis ltee and talents exdatively to I he legal profession, of
waiefa .fee la a brigs ornament.
g5?"A small frame teemeit, situated on
Ssouee street, sear Union, waialrt by a Mrman famtlr,
w? anaest tatatty destroyed ay Bee earl; en Smxiir
BMistliR. She teas was net great. Tbe fire caught
is tbe kttcaea, sceeetAally.
Particular Notice. Those persons wbo
have beee appstetcd delegates to Charleston from tbe dif
ferent Wards are reaaeeted to cast ea the Aldermen Ires
tlxir Ward a3 precare certificates of appaiatcitEt, and
these tram taw etas-at Urge wtH ca 1 on tbe Mayor.
We bad the pleasure of a visit Tester-
day from W. X. laE, Attorney at Law at Houston,
MtMfeseaet, waa, we learn, visits oar cHy wMh the view
t aseeruiaatg Ma advantages far tbe practice t his pro
Nissan. He wM IteaaKe an aessisitioa to ear Bar and
New Surveyor nr the Port. Oar friend
Henbv T. JJdlbeet, Esq , rc-4v4 by jesterday
mail Ms eeaaiis4ea Item President Buchanan as
SBrvr M tbe Part : MemphU, and will at oate eater
sp.H bis duties as wok. ItaaHte gratifying te aim
that his ancetBtrasat bas sat eaiy bees approved by bis
BeUtteal f rttaes bat afce by the entire OasNlUn press
ef the thy. ,
Accident to .Gen. Pitxow. We are sonr
te ieara naat 6ea. Pillow was thrown tram his horse
tbe early jart ef last wet, white Tiding otst hiipUata-
tlaii Bear Hatesa, Alk., aad pretty badly injured. lie r
riredin aatrettysn SaBday. aad althaagh hets stlH on
crstebec, we are iaf arcaed that he is reeoTerisg f as t. He
is stapptag at the Otsaraercial Hotel. ,
The Northerner left last evening f
mlMiVan4 a goodly camber of, our friends left 1
LslMivan4 a goodly camber of our lrlends left for
tbe Narifa, aad-aBMBg ibera on bard, we noticed Dr. J.
M. Slebe, was leaves for New Xarkaf ter ininy years'
a ettlcen at tbii psaee, for his Bewhasaeln that dty. " Sr,
Sle&se leaves maay friesds behind, wbo feel a deep in
terest is bla ratore weMare, and hep be any be.crowntd
with the aaBKgetdsoccesi tkatlwjasln this city. Tb
bease and beeteess ot J. II. SleoSS & Oe.. will csb
tinne as heretatoTe, where all of Dr. SLrDOE's Celebra
ted Compounds earn be bad.
We learn from several of onr srrbBcrfi
nera reSKiBgc-arLawaage, mniipa coamy, Arxansa,
that mail sttar ietesded tor that place, goes- to 'Napo-.
leaariestead ef bstag left at Helena, which is a great in-
caBveateMe to tbe cttiiess of that eection'ot country.
WeievHe the aMeBtsta of the Peetmaster to this Krtev
aaee, and, is behalf af tw 1 rieads there, as well as en
er ewa bee-atf, for-we are ssffimrs tee, by the "arsasge
saeBt, to resaaar the evH. TbepaekageferLaGrangeaEd
that sectsaB ai taeeaBBtry can be left as easily at Helena'
as at Napaaeu, and ft Is desirable tbatlt -should "be
Another. Morder The JVeic learns that
a bu Basted J. O.' Tbwkes shot a-man-by the name of
3 M. Crook, at a piaoe oaBed Nosooaah, sear Laf ayefte
sbpot, en tbe McsipMs aad Charleston Railroad, latt Sat
araay evwieg, s severely woaadisg him that he died in
a few momsats. Saeee was Bo provocation, whatsoever,
for the shoaaaag. Terrxcs was said to be drank at the
time. Mr. OsK was a saaa of family, and highly re
aycted ic tbe aeaeaaarb 1, where be reaided. Tow.ses
Hves ia Maraaall eaaaty, Mbsissipl, .asd is a yocsg
man. Mr. Xppes, at Lafayetie, betd an inquest on tbe
v 4 . 1 . m Jtt w a nlnrnAl 1r IMMntiDM wfth file
facts.'"TwjtES bas escaped and has not yet been arresW.
OnR Memphis Visitors At the. meeting 6J
the City OaswcM last Bight, js the sarannan jvnsx, of
Friday tut, a reaotatwB was ananlmeesly adeated, lnvi
tiag tbe CHy Oeeacii aad delegates f rem Memphis te visit
our dty alter their visit to Charleston, en tbe 27th lest.
We 00 att daaat that this iavMatlen wii be accepted, 1 a
it is siosaaad by the aaaaiawas voice of onr citlAis. Let
tbe MraaaWs peofte take the steamer Gordon from
Cbartettea. aad ssead a day er two with us. They will
Hid the GbtAgk, altbaagh jut so large as the Soatia:
iUeea to which they are accustomed, yet a We and wining
to aoosmmedaie taeei is good style, aad ber Captain ia
one aoi to be extaaed ia arbanity by the- commander of
any craft aSOat.
We can safety aramlte, ia bebsif ot the citizens of Savan
nah, a geod eH-iaaaasaed weieemc to ear gaests, and those
of as wbe (xsterieaont tbe hotaitaltty of our Memphis
friends, wfll do ail ia oapawer to gleet Ihrm witha cor
diality aSMaaxtsaattag vWstrs to as.
Oeb Flks ATHajtE. At a meeting called
fur tbe hM)( ftfmtee tfaeCstltutiQ, it, held a t
tbe OaaaiFf 111 Heist, May 16, 1857, President Axder-iO-V
baaag ah lent, Wf. D. FEROOSON called the meet
of the prerteas mettles were read and
ad -pted. ,
The miiai cis areeeat tbea proeeeded to saga the Cea
Stltattos and By-Laws.
On saetiea ef J. B. MftSELET, It was
Rtehnd, TaatJ. H. MeMaboa.J. P, Fifar. N. B.
Saader, Iit Itagaes- Davis Cetkrril aad Wm F.
Hughes, be, aad teey aie hereby reeaaaieed as ratrflbers
of this ASMCtaatoa. ' '
On Bsotlen ai Dr. T. F. Pevtok,
RctMved, Ttt we apeefst Davis O ekreH to pcepare'
the aaaeai dteaers ef tbe Asseetatiaa
The taOewiag reaaiatiea were alee adopted :
Reteived, Taat Wa. O Ladaad aad tbeSeeretary aad
Treaarer,te a CaeamUtee te seieet from ameag the
members at the AMecaattea an Orater ter tbe first ceic
bratMB. Reteini. Taat BenJ. Wiight aad the Secretary aad
Treasarerbe a Committee to prncare the necessary
Rttmtt. Taat tbe Secretary be antberKed to have
500 eoain ef the CaBstitation and By-Lawe printHl.
RttDivtd, 3aat regatar meettegs ef tbit Asseclatiea
for the aeansesa ef mealbers aad other business bs
held ea lb Scat Saiantay in f very month.
On motion, the Association adjearned to meet on the
u xt regalar atgbt, the first Satarday ia Jaee.
WM. D. FERGUSON, Hee President .
3. B. MmeleVj Secretary.
TRIBUTE OF KESI'ECT.
Hall er Typoqraphical Union, Xo. 11. )
Memphis, May 18, 1857. j
Tbe OemssKtoe appointed to drift a Tribute ot Hespect
to the memory er the late James E. Yancet, and reeo
IntlMH aaprepriate te tho occasion, report the foHowlng:
It having devolved apea as to pay tbe last tribute ta
the Bteraery ef ear late Ex-Presldent, James E Tax
civ, we feel that, as members o! the same fraternity of
which be was so astf al snd accomplished an ornament,
it 1 proper that our records should bear testimony to our
big fa esttattte ef bis character.
Mr. Tancey was a znanuf no ordinary character. Gift
ed with as enlarged and comprehensive mlsd, his convic
tions and aplBieaa were generally comet; and, at all
tlBKa eschewing the wrong, be was ever a fearless defend
er of the right, regardless of the censure or contumely of
his fellow jaen. Possessed ef a soul unsullied by the
cMsraen vtoes ef mankind, his feelDgs were the most
refiaed,.hii motives pare, bis aims lofty, and bis actions
character .ted by the conscientious dictate of what was
hoieraMe aadjast. With manners simple and affable,
refined tastes, aad a geasteraanly bearing, his society was
always oearted by those who had the pleasure ot his
Eadewed with a kind, good heart, his afiWcttors and
sympathies were-J the strongest and warmest aatnre;
aad, wane be bad tre fertnoe to make for himself many
devoted friends, nc man rettM boast of fewer enemies.
For, ever prompt to aid with bis counsel, support with
his iBBaenee, relieve with his parse, the wants of the
distressed, end console with his sympathies the afiticted
and bereaved, be was the favorite and admired cf all who
As PresHeat of the Union, he performed his duties
with dignity and firmness: administered onr laws with
out favor or parttoH r5 aever palliating or aggravating
an efiease; Jadging wttb candor, admonishing with kind
nes, aBd reproving with Justice. We, who knew him
wrtl, in caasWeratton ef bis many and noble virtues ac
knowledge htm as one ef the brightest jewels in cur .mem
ory's casfcet. Therefore,
Jtesefrrd'.That we view, with the most profound regret,
the death -of ear late Ex-President, and that we wear
the asaal badee ef mourning tor thirty days.
Retolted, That a page in tho bk in which our min
utes are kept, be inscribed with his name, age, dale of
initiation and death.
Retolved. That the President present the bereaved
family witha copy of these proceedings, and convey to
them the assurance of the deep and heartiest aympatht a
of every member of this Union, In this sad dispensation
of the Omnipotent Rnter of the Universe.
Retolved, That these proceedings be spread on our
Minute Bsek. . .
S. C. PARKINSON, )
J. B. STKNOTT, Committee.
S. C. TO0F, '
Coolies. A letter from Havana says that
coolies have advanced to $400 per 5-bead.
Very common Creoles from the C03tjp Africa
are worth a thousand dollarsacHj-jand .the
slave trade is. flourishing beyondsanyprevipus
,en Kfantim. ixicisTlua to New Orleans.
"J. G, Ciine, Mejnphls to Kashvllle.
Cora Andereoo. St. Lools to Xtw Orleans.
James Vontgaiaery, LonUTille to Kew Orleans
Kate Frlibee, Katoleon.to Htmphlf.
St. Francis, St Francis Rlrer 'o Uemphls.
Anteiops, LosisTiUe to Kew Orleans.
Monarch, Cincinnati to Kew Orleans.
Glendale, Cincinnati to Memphis.
Uo.tSAT, Jfay 13,
Northerner, CoulSTllle to Memphis. ,
City of HontsTlile, Kashvilla to Memphis.
L M. Cennett, New Orleans to St. Louis.
'VToodfard. Kew Orleans to LonlsniUe.
RransTlila, Memphis to While River.
W. J. Morrison, St. Lonis to Kew Orleans.
K. W Thomas, Cincinnati to Kew Orleans.
nenry Chontean, Kew Orleaa- to St. Louis.
Northerner, MemphH to IynUTHle.
Xity of HantSTille, Memphis toNashvllle.
Unde Sam. St. Louis to Kew Orleans.
S3The river commenced falling on Sotsday, and up to
seven o'clock last evening had fslhn six Inches. It com
meneed raining en Sanday aft rnoon, and continued
rain with alight intermissions, until three o'clock yester
day afternoon, when it cleared off, and the evening was
quite, line. "U two o'clock yesterday aiternoon the ther
mometer ha fallen to SI degrees ; at tlx o'clock It rose
SSdegrees. The rainwaaa cold, disigreeaWe one, and
en Sanday, as wen as yesterday. Ores and overc tats were 1 13 compared with the same dates latt ' ear. there is a de
in demand. Tbe laaslis was la a wretched pllf.ht, and I creae of 313,003 balea to Great Britain, 85,263 to France
the Xortktrner, Gltndalt and CU3 of Hunttrilh; at! ot
which baati arrived daring Sunday night, had gieat dim-
coity in aaloadiDg. White and St. Francia rivers are, at
present, to fine beating order. TkeCumleilmdriver was
riling at NaehTiUe, on Saturday last, with six feet water
on Harpeth Shoals.
3- The LonlsvlUe Courier, of Friday, says :
"The rteer continBes te recede pretty fist, and the falls
to-day wiu be bo Woc-r navigable for acenains roais.
On the fan Uit evenhur there weie six feet water In ths
Iestana ehetexer steamboats, and about five feet np the
middle chute. During the previoas 2 noars, ia ritr
had fallen some eighteen inches. The weather yesterday
wif wana mI rtenhr.
The river was swHHeg at Pittsburgh yeste'dar, and
heavy raiBs bad Ultm at Ctncionati, ana anomer rise
may be expected."
t3 Wecjprthe following from the Courier :
Tfc incT.etr mt St. Iai latelr investigated the
coHision case between the northerner ana Alicmgan ai
island 35 ia the Mtssisaiapl, aad dectiM to raipeoa me
Pilot of each beat for thirty days. This was like the
UMtrri!i4dinecaenaiIivtobethsies. Tbe Aorta
enter. It is aUeccd. was in her right place, coming round
St. Loeis Republican, of Satarday says :
"The river at this nlaoe ceatinaes to swell slowly.
The neper rivers are all reported rising, and are all in
eeedboatine staae There is ten feet channel to Cairo,
as reswrted by the last boat np. The weather yesterday
was ctondy and oI. Arrivals were scarce and business
en tae Levee was rather dnll. The ad ranee in freights
to New Or eaoa has canned some activity amoag hosts
rT- The fine steanaer CUv of Sltmvhit win be down 1
Y-i nut.n c T l. ,.,Vi. dinlch received
i.,.., - - r. I
last night from nsekmaa. The City of MempHit will
take an the cotton that is eaered. I
E3- The Mcttie Wae wm be dae f rem St. Louis to-
3- The A'ebrttla is doe from abeve. She will proba
bly arrive to-day.
3- Tbe Kattonal b ea ber way np frem New Orleans,
boand for St. Louis.
Jj- The fast and pepalar s termer Glendale arrived
from Cincinnati on Sunday evening, with a foil cargo and
a targe uumber-eC passengers. She wi 1 start on her re
turn jtrip at an early, honr-to morr.w afternoon Tbe
Glendale is eommandru. by Cart. Bngher. and has supe.
rtor aeeammedalrsns fee passengers v - f-Br
S3-The Xorthener arrived on Snnday rright'frtm
Loaitviiie, and left tbe wharf-beat at fire o'clock,- last
evening, with a.large Bstmber of pieseagers. She started
on a qaick trip, andweat oat ef fight aver eight miles)
In thirty-two minutes. 4.
SekTencedto the Penitentiary. At the
laie itrm of 'the Panola Orcctt (Miss) Court a man
named urant was-convtctea gi ine crime or jwgro steal
ing, and; senleaeed-to-tne PanitentiaryfoT tbe termo
Loos -txff for the. Army Worm. These
worms have been creating g-eat ravages in this and ad-
Jelnlsg ceaatiee, and maay are tbe complaints 1 hat reach
onr ears. We have received the following note from Mr.
"W. Wash, wiu ii a soSirer to a considerable extent from
their encroachments:- y
MonsiNO Sun, Tenn., May 16.'
Editors Appeal; I dleeevend this morning that the
army worm bad 'entirely .jlestxaied-twenty acre of. I
Herd's Grass far me: ""TbT areraarhlnz by afBlioas r
Into the wheat aad do dbt will consume tifat. I would
advise ditching, la advanee of them, when they are dis
covered iatime. Yonrs,&o., W. WASH
. , a.
tt?3"lt Col. Tambs'B. Thornton, of the
First Ward, win consent to have his name nsed as an In
dependent yaadMate for Mayor, we believe he will receive
the,supperbef the majority of the
, VOTERS OF MEMPHIS.
Editors Appeal : We desire to suggest the
same of John H. Bowcn as a candidate for City Tax
Coifecter. whe-e general and favorable aoaualntance and
twaaseTiigh character as a gentleman and saperlor capaci
ties as a besiness man, will command the support of
Memphis, May 17. ISS7.
At Centres ill, MtsoiaetppL an the 29th day ot April
last, Mrs. Maria S. PatnE, ceasert of Robert Payne,
In the 29th year ef her ace. She was a native of Char
lotte cooBly, Virginia. See lived as she died, an exem
P. H HEINEIQH&BBO.,
WHOLES ALE and retail dea'ers In Fancy ed Plain i
Caneiea, Cakes, FinUi, Preserves, Jellies, etc: We
cave niiec up onr nnt
II ,H, I ,K H. A M N A I I ll ItV
w ixiJ w vx n
and are now ready to serve the cooling luxuries to all that
give ns a call. myl2-d4m
OPENING OF THE MAMMOTH
ICE CREAM SALOON,
Odd Fellows' Hall.
LHOCCO takes pleasare in announcing to his patrons
and tbe pabiic ia general that he ba at a great
axpenee procared the above piac and is new ready to
serve taecocang luxuries for hlch everybody anows he is
f anions. To add to tbe entrrtatnaient of the pabiic he
bas eagaeed tbe celebrated Mechanics' Brass Band.
Cleric's Sale of Real Estate.
BY vtrtas of a Decree ot the Law aide of tbe Ommon
Law and Chancery Coart of the city ot Memphis, at
tbe Alans T.-rm, 1867, in tbe case f R.E.Chewet. als.,
ex-parte, I will sell to tbe bigbett biider, at public auc
Hull, IB front ot my offlre, jtortneast corner of Conrt
Ssaare. at 10 o'clock a m.. on SATURDAY, the 13th of
Jane, 1667. the following described property, to wit:
Twenty-One feet of Lot 192,
Situated on Mela street, in tbe dty of Memphis.
Terms Oae third cash, the balance in one and two
years, with Interest from date.
MARCUS J WRIGHT, Clllk.
myl6-d By A. J. Wheeler, Deputy Clerk
Cleric's Sale of Real Estate.
BY virtue of a Decree of the Law Side of the Common
Law and Chancery Oeart of the city Memphis, at
the ill ret xetm, isoi. in ins cased ja. itobtLSsn, et.
ais . ex paite petition, 1 will sell to the highest bidder.
atpabncaaeiieB, on the premises, on THURSDAY, the
aoincayei-jHBeiwxi, ai mo ciocx A. ai ,iLe lonowing
described property, lo-wtt :
A Eot of 20 Acres of L,and,
Situated near tbe Hernando Plank Read one mile from
the corporate limits and bo ended on the North by Walker
street,-Souih by Trigg street. East by Orleans street,
Westly lands o' Dr. Walker. Said land li subdivided
into FIVE LOTS, earh centalntrg a b-aniltol building
site and mos of It welt timl cred. One of tbe lots it
very wcH Improve ', and contains a geod and large frame
dwelling hease. A more particular description and plan
of the lets can be seen at my office, or by calling on Jas.
Robinson, Bee... on the place.
Termt One-fourth cash, balance In one and two years,
with Interest from date.
MARCUS J. WRIGHT, Clerk.
myI6-td By A. J. WnPELER, Depa.y Clerk.
Embroideries, Laces, Etc., Etc,
T" AM oflVring again, through Mr. SANGER, a variety
X. ot LADIES FASUI UOUD3, at usual low prices,
such as O llars, Sleeves, Seta, ilits, Veils, Robes, etc ,
Real Lacs, Valeadens, Gimpure, black and white, Eng
lish Lace, etc etc.
Ladles are respectfnly Invited to call nd examine
l hem. G. B. LOCKE,
my!2-l w Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
HAVE YOU HEAD VIVIA?
Mrs. Soutliworth's L,at Novel!
rls for sa'.eat
GEO. FATTISON !c CO'S.
FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE lujutre within at
my!6 GEO. PATTISON a; CO'S.
mHE RANGERS AND REGULATORS OF THE
1 TANH A A thrilling work, is for ssle at
jn,i6 GEO. PATTISON a. CO'S.
THE LIFE OF TAI-PIN G-W ANG Can be had at
myl6 GEO. PATTISON.& CO'S.
TWO YEARS AGO By Chas. Kingsl'y al
myl6 GEO PATTISON h. CO'S.
TTANSFORD : A TALE OF BASCON'S REBELLION,
myl6 GEO. PATH SO K & CO'g.
DR. JOHNSON'S INFIRMARY,
TOR DISEASES Or TBE
EYE AND EARJ
SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS,
AET1TICIAL EYES, &c,
KO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,
B. H. JOHNSON, M. V.
CASES Bleached Cottons, on hacd.and or sale .bykjCoFFEE The Bio CoHee .market, has been very dnll
JAMES LOW & CO.
413 Main street, LoulivlUs, Xy,
MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OPFICB,
4 t, , - Tuesday; Muy J9, I85T, $
!-iC0TT0S The market contUofS quite, dnll,. and-the
sales hare .dwindled down to forty or fifty balta per day.
The receipts are about equal to the sales, and owing to
unfavorable accounts from atroad and at home, prices are
irregular and qaotatlons for all bnt the Middling grades
are little better than nominal. "We Iwer our quotations
on all grades under Middling K cent, and would remark
that the market Is exceedingly dull and bat 11(116 demaid
at the decline. The stock on hand unsold will not exceed
1200 ot 1500. "Wo change quotations to correspond with
prices now being paid :
MEMPHIS COTTOK QUOTATIONS.
Inferior 8 3 9
Ordinary 10 10
Good Ordinary... .10 K(211
Lew Middling.. ..11K12"
Goo-l Middling. 13 K(jIIX
Fair, scarce.... nominal.
There Is but little chan;e in the domestic market since
last week. Sldo Bacon Is now. selling at 13Klfc-.nts
? a. See oar domestle'market as corrected beltw.
- I Receipts or Cotton at Ktw Orleans. Tho
to I receipts at thla porta since 1st Septtmber, (exclusive of
- 1 the arrivals from Mobile, Florida ai dTexs 1 are 1,412,911
I bales, agtlnst 1,621,625 hales to sanie date last year J and
- 1 the decrease In the receipta at all the ports, up to the la
to I test dates as compared with la t 3 car is 490,6S9 balea.
I In the exports fram the United Statea to foreign countries.
1 and 81 658 to other foreign ports.
MEMPHIS DOMESTIC MARKETS.
Baooino and Kope.... Kentucky Bagging. 195120
for nand Loo.r, and2122 for Power Loom; Rope,
Hand Spun, 11012c, Machine Spun, 1212Kc
flour ri uw-, ss coffiss: snpernne Fancy S7MSS;
Extra $9 $10. The stock is light; the demand
Wheat.. ..Sales at from 65: to SI per bushel; but
Oats.... Stock light, with limited demand: In sacks.
delivered. 4550c and retail 60c.
levee sold at 4547ct bushel, sacks furnished by buyer,
and(55c, sacks furnished by seller.
fjORX....Karuornou&toc; in sacxs sof.si. , .r
Powoeb.... Kentucky Rise ten keg lots and upwards.
s6 25; under ten. not less than live kecs.sfi 60: under
five kegs, $6 75; Mining Forder, ten xeg lots and, up
wards, St 75; five keg lots and npwaras. &5i uncer five
kegs $5 25.
Stock Market.. ..There is a good demand for all de
scriptions of Stock, and buyers are paying from 6M7Hc
ror good beeves; cents fcr hers, and SI 60fi3 00
"g head for sheep.
SEEDS... .we quote clover at Sllil27 bushel: blue
grass $2 SO; timothy $4$5; herdsgrass $2260;mus-
ceei, oc; orcnara $zoa, scarce; uullet seea 82C$$225.
jorrEE....i-(&rJscror f air to cnoice.
SuOAns....Fatr 13; Prime I H ; Choice 13B13K ; Clar-
ifird and Granulated 1516c.
bulk Pork.. ..lOglDHc for hog round, stock light.
Teas.... Retail prices: Imperial 51(31 60rl ft; Gun-
powder $1(341 63; Young" Hyson S0c$l 25, Black 50
Provisions Demand equal to supply ; Sides 11 cents ;
seouraeri 111511 H ; nans uusicc.
Star Candles. ...Advice to 2S for boxes ; halves.
29, and quarters 30. with an upward tendency.
lAinia lt.au . o o ou Kit
wholesale lilts, and 10c for retail: No. 1 do.7(28 Red
tj 9iokc; Lard Oil 41 10 to $1 25 by tho barrel;
Train uti 51b 10 $30 ft DDI.
0nS.Arff f'KJVS ' ' ' '
Wrapping Paper... Large size. $1 25?) ream; me
dium, 90c; crown 60c
LARD.... We quote bbls at 15(315. and kegs at 16c.
i.e. aiocs iignt.
Molasses 70c for prime In barrels, and 74075c In
HAT....$2S$30 tl ton.
Nuts. ...Soft Shell Almonds, IS to 20c &: Pecanr
1620 cents. - '
I.1DlaO....$125to$I60?tl. J, f
Salt.. ..No talis from landing- Sales from store $1 25
to $1 SO fur Coarse, and $lo 0 to $1 5. from store, fil 40
to $1 60 Coasse, and $1 75 Fine.
Lumber.. ..Poplar, $11 &012 60. Cypress, $1516:
oresaea, 2amgies, $ou($3 ou.
.Crackers.. ..Water, bbl,''$525; Butter, $6 5 60
Sugar, 12 B; Soda, 14c; Boston, 11c. .
TOBACCO.. ..Veauote Missouri, Kentucky and Tennes
see, pounds and half pounds at 2426; Virginia, fTs
and.S s, good brands, t4Bc; Virginia, extra brands,
pounds, 40s60c; and choice and fancy, 60Q $1 00.
Hmssirom i JVC.
TlNEOAR....Apple(pure) $6 O06 60 f bbl.,- Mann-
rctnred (pure) $5$5 60.
Corn Meal.. ..From wagons past week at 75 50c.
Rice., ..By the tierce 6K97c; scarce. 't't
So APS... .Memphis, 6 K6c4 Eastern 79c a
Starch... .Ohio Pearl, -9H.
Mackeral.... Stock light and advancing. No. 1 In
bbls, $16 50, No. 2 in bbls $12 6013; No. 3 (large) $11
00(912 in bbls; No. 3 (small) $9 00310 60. .,
Elackinq... .Mason's $3 25360D gross.
Wooden Ware. ...Painted Pails, $2 60$265?1 doz
Painted Tubs, $4 12H425 cest.
Steel.. ..spring, I'Jjic; German, I6f; English mil
ter, 20c; American Blister, 10c; Cast Steel 25c
CORDAOE .... Manilla, 1516c J. B; Cotton, 2530c.
Stone Ware.... Selling at 9l5efi gallon. "
Shot and Lead.... Pat shot $2 25; Buck, $2 60; Bar
Lid.SSXc: Plif. 6c. Saprfy scarce.
FE.TnERS...:SmaU supply, and In good demand at
. 3Ai.i.iu ua....oaiea are siaue at it eoc 10.
Spices. ...-Nutmegs, $1 25 E) Ginger, S10c .
TAs:...In.bbl8, $5$6; la kegs, 75c; halt bbls. $225
Leather.. ..Domestlc.Sole (rough 2022c; -as In
western-sole, (oax; 4ci3c; jiamess, 404tc
eastern.. ..Sole (hemlock,) 3537c
Hides. ...Dry Flint, 17c; 67?ic for Green; 25(335
Iron.... Tennessee Cumberland bar,)5Xc; Pennsylva
nia (Pittsburgh bar.) 6c; Castings (hollow ware.) i&
6c; Machine Castings, 5 xe B.
rtN....I. G. 12 B7X, IX., $14 62 V ; Block 42M cts.;
Bar 45 cents.
GLASS....FrcnchWlndow,8xlO, $2 60; 10x12, $300 H
box 50 feet. Pittsburgh 8x10, $2 25 box; 1612, $2 75.
Nails.-..$1.50 to $5 00 t keg, according to quality for
Easetrn; $4 60 to $5 lor Pittsburgh.
linseed U1L....&I opercbi ; stoexgsoo.
Cheese.. ..12 34013c very scarce.
Wall Paper.. ..The stock Is moderate, and compri
ses evrry variety of style and price; demand active, at
I0rtJ$3 60 t roll of 9 yards, as in quality and price.
Chickens. ..-oc$ toe; Eggs ia($20c; Turkeys ooc
75c; Butter 2530c ? B. - J"
aiemphls Bank Note and "Exchanje List.
fcoRRECTED btmemphis eechanoe erokers. I
Union Bank of Tennessee and Branches,
Planters' Bankot Tennessee and Branches
Citizens' Bank and Branches..."..-.; ,
Bank vf West Tenne see, at Memphis......
Bank of Memphis ,
n .... , . r-i. .v.ni. -.-I
p - j,., j..k nar
Bankot Chattanooga................... ...par
Ocoee Bank.................. ...v...par
Agricultural Bank par
Merchant's Sank par
Bank ot Middle Tennessee............ ....2 ills
Bank of Claiborne .. .2 dls
Bankot Knoxville... ........'.................par
Bank ot Tazewell.... par
Bank Dandridge.... ........................2 dls
Farmers' Bankot Tennessee...... ..............par
North Carolina.. 2 dls
South Carolina and Georgia .......par
Kentucky, Ohio and IndLina.
."pir5i prem I
A . r -. I
Northern Bank of Mississippi.. ..A X1X prem
Uommerctai Bank, Manchester, Miss pat
Miss. Mntual Insurance Co., at Aberdeen.... pat
" " at Columbus 10 dls
Louisville and Cincinnati.............
.X to IV prem
to I prem
...1 (22 prem
American Silver ,
Arkansas Scrip i
40 acres $35 00 1 120 acres 105
SO " 70 00 1 160 " 140
NEW ORLEANS MARKET.
From the Price Current, May 13. It,
REMARKS ON THE MARKET FOR THE PAST THREE
Tb week has opened with but a moderate drgree of ac
tivity in the market generally, and with IJcht arrivals of
most descriptions of the produce ot the Interior, inclu
ding Cot toa, but the staple continues to meet with few
boyers at the rates generally claimed, and Ihe market
presents an unsettled ani drooplna aspect
Cotton Arrived since the 8lh Instant, of Louisiana
and Mississippi 3293 bales, Tennessee and North Alabama
296. Aikaneaal2 9. Mebile403, Texas 157; together
kales. Cleared since ths ath instant for Liverpool 7107
bales, Bre-rensio, petersDuig 13S7, Genoa 1700, Bos
ton 1030; together 12,145 Lairs Stock In presses, and on
shipboard not cleared on the 12th Initant, 139.143 ljiles
Onr lait report dtsed upon a heavy and drooplne Cot-
ion market, and Saturday passed without animal ion, only
a few lots beiag takn. amcunttog to about 1400 bales
On Monday some 2000 bales were sold, and yes'eiday the
business was confined to about 1 400 bales ; making a total
for the three days ot 4tou Dales, taken mostly for Great
Biltata. with some parcels for the Contlient, Spain and
the North- In prices we notice much irregularity, with
instances ot further advantage on the side of buyers, bet
there does not seem to De any general and matted decline
since lhe close of last week, though we have again to re
mark that the figures for both the lower and finer grades
are .Ittle more than nominal at tbe moment, ths limited
demand that exists being a'most wholly tor the Middling
and Good Middling descriptions.
COMPARATIVE PRICES OF COTTON,
At this date, in the following years, with Rate of Freight
to Liverpool, ana or sterling Excnange.
IS57. Ji-flS56.j 1S55.
Inferior 6 10 j4fFK.7 65 7
Ord. toG. Ord...., I0K12K 8 9if 8X 9
IowMlddling 13K(S13Ji 9H3 9 9 J; (3)10
Middling 13H13!f 10K10 10!$10K
GoodMiddling 14X14 -11011K 11(8
MWdUngFalr 14 11UK UX
Good Fair nominal. nominal.
Good and Fine..... nominal. nominal. nominal.
Freight T a. 1 A.
to Liverpool. V 11 32 3 16
Sterling 1 p. c prem, p. c prem. p.c prem.
Exchange 9K9K 9M9X 9K10X
LATEST LIVERPOOL QUOTATIONS.
April 25. I 1857. I 1S66.
FalrOrleans 8X d. I 7 d.
Middling Orleans., j 7 11-16 d. 6 5-16g6H.d.
STATEMENT OF COTTON. -
Stock on hand 1st September, 1S56..1 Bales 6,995
Arrived past three dayr. 6 3S0
Arrived prtvloasly. 1,460,3651,465,716
Stork on hand and on.shlp-board 139,116
Scoar iotifliona Wlth trifling arrivals the trans
actions since onrlast eport barely reach 350 hhds. In
cluding resales from second bands, and In various limited
parcels, tbe range prlc s being about as follows :
Interior. i... none,
Common io Good Common 9KI0M
Fair to Folly Fair. 10KUK
Prime to Choice ....11 H&11
since onr last review, and we have only, to report sales of
I a few hundred bigs mostiy.at 10KS11 X cents Sijthe
littsr being, however, an.fxtrcsae -rate. " StS'tnorewcir
Mifi,iinsrQ hipi Kvfl arrived at the OairAn.
tlae Station', VhidT will be'an Important lccreasefSto the
already heavy etock. , .
,jt " " OFFICE OF THE "PIO ATUNE, )
Thursday, May 14. "18571 r. it. i
Cottov Th market Is it II very anlet ana the sales
tbns far are confimd to one or two triaing lota.
Molasses Wo notice salea of I0O bills, fermenting
C3o. ? gallon, a turthtr Improvement.
Fi.orra The market Is oolet. and wo aitice sa'.ea
onlTaome200btls. St. Lonis snperftne in small lota
$7 25f,7 37 H, and by auction 1000 bils. Ohio, damaged,
at 5 40 ta bbi.
Corn Sales confined .0 3C0 sacks St. Louis white' at
BO:., and ion atS5c ! bushel.
Bran Some small lota have been o!dat$1701MOO&.
Pork Mess retailing freely at $21 bW, and round
lota beld at the same.
Alcohol 75 bb'j high proof (98 TP cent) sold at -C5c
ft gallon cash
Bale Rote Tho sale, inclnda SCO colls machine
made st lliVe V, &
SPIRITS TURPENTINE S3 DDIs, sola at buc. i gallon.
Friday Evenino, May IS,
FIour.25c: Pork.SOe; weight. might. 18e per ICOBs;
Hemn 25c; Corn and Wheat 15c per sack; Tobacco $3 60
per had: Stork 85.
flour Offering less 10-oar, dui morxet is stow ana
transactions few outstae or a retail aemana. ssies ot
country: 60r saccs reported extra at $3 35; 100 bbls
branded extra at $6 25: 60 extra at $6 75, and CO St.
Chathadoat $320. In city we hear of 60 sices super
fine at S3 60. and 1.000 hbls extra on private terms
Corn hunnlles large and demand moderate, yester
day's prices are however maintained . Sales-.comprise
loco bags damaged yellow an tsuo -tags -roixea at 7uc;
1000 bags mixed at 71 H. 226 bagajulxed, 3 375 bags'mlxed
ana mtxea wnue, ana 414 nasi jeuow i,ixu uais
yellow and 210 bigs white at 71c; 1800 bags yellow at
7J74c, delivered; 100 tig of while at 75c; B32 Dags
do at 76c; 263 bags choice do at 73c, part delivered, and
260 bags do at 80c.
nEJIP This foreroon 63 bales sold at $128; 41 do
hackled tow rt $118 ; ana 68 do dressed nemp at siao ;
after 'Change the ilorniug Star turned out her cargo on
thelandlng asp 35 bales sold at S'32; 81 at same, and
114 In lots at &12S. SI30. and $133. per ton
WHISKY D diced, sales 300 bbts at 30 per gallon,
and 401 do on private terms.
HAT Prime Timothy quoted at $1 90 per 100 Sis, with
sales or 33 ana 00 Dales
COFFEE Sales of 175 bags fair Rio at IlKe H B.
BIDES Regular buyers paiing 14: far dry- flint. A
few lots choice have been taken at a figure a fraction
PORK No sales ot mtss. 80 bbls rumps sold
CUT ME ITS Sales 14 casks shnulders In salt
14 do hams at 10C. and 1792 sides. In bulk, at 10
Bacon Active and advancing. Salea 27 casks pork-
hcuse shocIderaat9Hc; 20 casks plain canvassed hams
at 12Hc. and in tierces Sanford & Crane's canvass d
sugar cured at 13 Kc; 9 ca ks country rib sides at 11. sc ;
o casts country clear sides at ISKC an advance.
Tobacco At tbe Planters' Wareboure 6 bhds. at
$9 60. $9 65, $9 70 $ 80. $14 95. At the State 8 hbds
a' $9 30, $9 60. $9 80, $9 95, 10 C5, $$10 30, $13 05
aua 911 so ( tuu 10s.
e. W. CHERRY,.. ...D. B. MOLLOT, C. It IIAILE,
Pretident. Secretary. Trcaturer.
ilempliis Life and General Insurance Cenip'y.
(LATE C. W. CHERRY it CO.)
Exchange and Sank Note- List.
New York exchange H1 prem
New Orleans " H1 prem
St. Locls " Kl prem
Clccinnatl " ; Kprem
Louisville U. Mprem
Gold 1 ISprem
Silver ...1 &2 prem
Land Warrants. j hlgbettprlce.
Louisiana BankN-tes par Kpre.Tt
Northern ' " .- par Kprem
All uncsrrent moner bought and 6old Arkansas
Swamp Land Scrip bought and sold. myl
Burnett's Oriental Tootli Wash.
THIS elixir for the Teeth and Gums combines, in a
concentrated form, the most desirable clean-leg and
astringent properties, at the same thne It contains noth-
It arrests decay of the teeth.
It cures canker In the month.
It acts as a detergent after smoking. .-,
It, renders the gums hard aud'healthy.
It neutralises the oSenslve secretions ot the mouth.
It Imparts to the breath a fragrance peculiarly aro
matic ana pleasant SaL
It haa received the sanction and patronage ot the most
eminent of ttede.ta, ani medical faculty.
Prepared only by Joseph-Eurnett &. Co., 41 Tremont
street, Boston. T
- For sale by all Druggists, at fifty cents per bottle.
For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO., and dealers- gener
ally. Piice 60c. and $1 per bottle. myl4-datwlw
G. A. Leonard, the proprietor cf the South
American Fever ani Ague Acmnfymakts a bold oOVr
tohe afflicted, and we think he Is perfectly safe In doing
so. It is nothing less than offering one hundred dollars
to the first case, after satisfactory proof that his remedy
filled to enre the Fever and Ape, when token according t
the directions ; and from what we know ot the article, he
might with safety offer a thousand instead ot a hundred,
it Is so certain in its operation, as the certificates prove,
and so cheap only one dollar per bottle.
THE STAR GALLERY now effers far exhibition the
finest collection of OIlfPAINTINGS of any Gallery In I
-. . . r . V. . . . nnmt,.. . ...... , .
ueiartaiai, ruuiuumru 11 oue 01 iuv irauiDR
pictures of the day,
Made only by PARK fc PEP-
... . , ...... 1
TheHALLE0TYPE the most wonderful' picture ever
made can be-wca at thenar Gallery. Made at no
other Gallery In the city. Goseetbem. my!2
g-Dvspepsia, Headache and Indlsestion,
K-SnfLh .fi ,.....,. ... ... -..n;
Z 7Z r. v . , ! "T
Ka n rs1 Tiar aj In mnifM-a lab, oarel caa -war V, na nvriA trrtA I
and a dose of Bsriiave's Holland '.Bitters, one
hour before each meal.
We call the Attention
OF our readers to the advertisement ot Prof. WOOD'S
HAIR RESTORATIVE, In another column. We have
tried It ourself, and can testify to Its utility as a preser-
rercf that beantifulorpament the hair. Of Its modus'
operandi we know nothing, and doubt whether any cne
else does ; but of its effects we do know. ' 'Jfe believe it I
to be an important Iter- to old bachelors and widowers,
wnose hairless pates are in ine wayjif, wedlock. Try It.
gentlemen. LouUville Timet.
qv,T.i..ntn V Wnlfrnn ,11 f.rV.t at
Louis, and of druggists generally. my7 daw2w
VTliite Teetli, Perfumed Breatli
and Beautiful Complexion,
CAN be acquired by nsing the ' Balm OF A THOU.
sand Flowers." What lady or gentleman would re
main under the curse of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the "Balsi of a Thousand Flowers" as a
denttiflce, would not only render H,-s.weet, but leave the
teeth white as alabaster? Many persons do not know
their breath is bad, and the subject Is so delicate tbclr
friends will never mention it. Beware of counterfeits.
n. ,nr. ..eh wtle Is slzxcd.
FETRIDGE & CO., New York.
t3" For PT n Drngglfts. apl7-deodly
Memphis and Charleston R. R.
At a meeting of the Bard ol Directors of the Mem
phis and -Charleston Railroad Company, held at Hunts-
vllle, Ala., on the 13th February, 1S57, the following re
solution was unanimously passed :
Retolted, That In accordance with the power and au
thority Kire" lu the fifteenth section of tbe Charter of
the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, the lkatd of Di
rectors of said Company her by declare that all stcck
bo'ders lio do net payout fully ths stock they hold In
said Ompauy, on or bef.ire the 30th day of Jnne next,
that the same will be forfeited to the Company, Including
all stock wholly or partly unpaid; and tho Treasurer of
each dlrl'Un of the Roa.1 be required to give notice to
that effct. from tbe lstof April to the 30th of June next.
A true copy of the minutes.
W. B WALDRAN,
Treasurer Western Division.
Memphis, April 1, 1657 gap -td
A NEW DISCOVERY.
TnE many evidences adduced In this city place It be
yond doubt as to the permanent cure of CONSUMPTION
In all of Its forms, by the cont'-nurd ue i f Dr. SLEDGE'S
HOARHOUND TECTORAL. CROUP relieved In one
Por Spring and Summer of 1857,
.ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Casslmere HATS, re
ceived at WHEATON'S, 75 Front Row, where those In
want of 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
teb24 WHEATON'S. 75 Front Row.
R ANA WAY from the subscriber, at Bowie's as.
Point, Tunica county. Miss., three negro men. Sir
TOM, black, aged about 23 years, about five" ""
feet eleven Inches high, thick under lip, and rather slow
I of speech, weighs about 175 pounds.
ukukue, Diacx. aged abont 24 years, about six feet
high, wej made, fine countenance, and weighs about 16C
I pounds. .- - a.
I wilson, Diack, aged abour32 years, about 5 feet 9H
or 10 inches high, weighs about 160 pounds, has a slight
defect in his walk as If his feet were sore.
If taken out of the State, and lodged In Jail at Mem
phis, I will pay tbe above reward. If within the State,
ana secured so I get them, fifty dollars
E. W. DALE,
maris dawtf Bowie's Point, Tnnlca ennty, Mies.
alllK Congressional Globe for the First Session ot the
. Twenty-Fifth Congress.-and also the First Session
of the Thirtieth Congress, for which other numbers will
Deexensngca orauoerat puce given. They are wanted
to complete a set.
Inquire at this office. mj 3-dlm
THIS well known and popular summer resort, win be
opened and kept the tnsnlni season by the sub
scriber. T. A. EURFOOT.
mv! 6-dl tawatwl m
S3" Enquirer copy.
TnE bcantifnl ReUence-Lot. known, as the
A. x. wens Place, situated on the Kew state
'Line-Road, about one mile in a direct lUii f rotd
. Court Square. There Is on the place a Eood con
venient oonse wun oat ouuaings. Apply to
myl6-dawlw- C0S3ITT, HILL k TALUADGE.
-TO THE VOTERS or Memphis: T ncorot the call
maao,npon ma to run tor Aldtrman in.lhd sixth Ward.
f and 1C rleeled, will serve the petnle faftbtullj. x
at niyio-te , jp'n PERRT.
of I OK IlECORDEIt.
atf S3-WE are authorized to announce HUME F. niLL,
tq , as c cai.aiaaie ror re-en ctlon to the cHce of Ke-
WE are authorized to annonncx Uaior nEnnnn w
jc ivnstn a i&uuiuatc lor Itecnrapr at tbe enfinlnc mn
iiiclpal election. - ap23
FOR CITY MAKSFCAf..
WE are authorized and requesud to aonounca ENOCH
KLOK as a cnd.date for City Marshal, at the ensulag
WE are authorized and rraueited to annoirara ra'tx'r I
BTHD as a candidate for Oily Martnil, at the June eloc- I
WE are authorized-to announce C. VAN campt!H.
KiMuw,icr aiarsnai. myo.
WE are authorized to announce jon.v flunn? t .n
I . ....... . . 1
uiuuuvwwaie ior i;xiy jiarsnai mjo
WB arc authorized and rea nested tinnonnc tnnv
niuauiuu.'v.u an inaenndent cicdldto for mt u.r.
shal. at the ensuing election. ' mi5
WE are authorized to announce JAMES o. RE1V.
HARDT as a candidate for tho office of City Marshal, a
--"- nmfc mi.itjai isiTCoo in jnno next, mariv-l
ar USt, iTi'YflyLV: COLtECTOK.
WKre authorized to abnonnee WM. TTKDKR wnnn
as a candidate for th office of City Tax Collector. mj7
FOR CAPTAIX OF DAY POLICE,
e aninorizea and requested to announce Captain
w. u. uAUisur as an tndep-ndent candidate for the office
of Captain of tae Day Police.
WE are authorized and icanested to
JOHNSON st a candidate for re-election to tho office of
Captain of Day Police, at the ensuing Jnne elections.
CAPTAIN- NIGHT POLICE-
WE are authorized to announce FKL1I G. BUTLER a
candidate for Csptaln ef theiNlght Police, at the eosnlng
li-iVlT1iVA flvHtvrvn lti-rA
. TV "
QCnOOLEY'SP.tent Refrlgrratora (the best in use) I
kj vl every varic&j tor ssie at atanuraciarers pricas.
-A TCKIN2CEY &
. ire in rectlpt"cf a large cumber of
XJL Jc Boxes, per steamer Wm
LEBMIo Patent Combination of Shower Bath and
Washstand. Also, Wardrobe Shower Bath, for sale at I
myio MCKINNEY t CO'S.
Ice PicksT '
A VERY desirable article for breazlng tee, for sale at
A. . mym McKINNEY & CO'S.
QLYTY-F1VE pieces Canton Mattings, 4-4, 6-4 and 6-1
kj wujo loraaie ab
jny.O McKINNEY Sc. CO'S.
mcaern ana antique cabl-1
-jo net Furniture Bulk off
stock, J 60 000, consisting1'
of a variety from a plain Kitchen TaUe to tho most ele
gant ana elaborately carved Rosewood Par.or Setts, In
Carpets, Curtains', Floor OU Cloth. Mattresses. Lookimr
iiasses, uuoman', .jt rames prepared for FmbrotdereU
Covers, Refrigerators, Shower Baths, Water Feiurers,
&c.. Sash, 600 HI Walnut Stairs Banisters always kept
Pianos Tuned lr cityor country, by an experienced Pro
fessor, by leaving yonr orders at the same famous old
comer of Main and Union streets, Memphis.
apil liKO. FLAHERTY it BRO.
PIANO POBTE, FUBNITURE,
Carpet ana Curtain Rooms.
S3S3&. Co., Lighteewton &s
(1 11 U fl II Bradbury; Rosewood. Ma
li m j hofranvatid Walnntpjirinr
and BcJRotraaFnrnitnre. Sofas. Divans. Bnreans. Ward
pbes, Stcretarie, Cottage Ala-bio Top Bed Room Suits,
uu a iai,,c,iBuiiueuiui ujuQQn jrnmuare.
. fcpring. Hair, Moss, Cotton and Shmk Mattresses made
to order Oil Carp-ting, from thiee to eighteen feet
wld; Tapestry, Brass-Is and Common Carneta. Trana
narent Shades and Cnrtamt. n,mt. r,irt,in. .nrf r.
nices, msae oy an experienced Upholsterer. Looking
and all xlri of Musical Instrnments remired bv errl
rlcnced workmen. H. Jf. GROSVEKOR.
Main street, between Madison and Monroe
S. rOWLKES S. c. MOUNT T. J. TOWLKES
FOJVLKEg, MOUNT & CO.,
Cotto m0F actors.
POST OFFICE BUILDING, JEFFERSON-ST.
r.T Plpnic Trvv
STORE COTTON in a Fue Proof Warehouse. Insn-
virce 25 per cent less than any bouse iff the dty.
53-Cottonia store placed under Insnrance csImi in.
strnctrd to theconirary.
, S3" Cotton consigned to nson gord steam, keland
flatboats coveret" bv our open policy of insurance, unless
otherwise expressed In 1 ace of Bill of Ladlmr.
J3 Order for BAGGING, ROPE AMD PLANT A-
i.wit li.jpuilVmiuuilJur U4HOOI,
Acents for the sale of the criebmtM Premlnm T,r.
lrCottori,Gln," manufactured by Qemoas, Brown &
IK., iiiumuas, ueorgja.
n.u.y Duj-jjut, ui taiiuui Bizes in aiore, ana win
take pleasure In showing them to thote In want of a
Gin. Planters would do well to call and examine thete
h"1" most 8lrl"e., ly- iwi. light
making a superior samite of Cotton.
.. " ntiitruui
draught and I
nyU-lm ' F0WLKK3, MOUNT i. CO.
Ifi fi CASES assorted Coidlal n store and for sale bv
U U mi. ' n. n. potter, Mam-st,
Third door North ef Worah-m House,
1 fl f CASES Lemon Syrup Just recired and for la
x oy 11. m. eotter, Mam-st.
myl w Third door North or Worsham House.
500 CASKB KtDBcW's i.Z?lbT
Third door North of Worsham House.
HAYING rccelv-d the Agency for Memphis, we can
supply the trade with the various stvles. in white
and colored, of the
Celebrated Holmes' Patent Seamless
wnaiebono Hooped Skirt,
Acknowledged by an iviies of judgment and good' taste to
be TnE nOOPED SKIRT, possesslngjall the requisites of
fashion, beauty and comfort combined: besides belnr re.
comcicnain oy ine aieaicai acuity of repute In tbe cities
oi i-niiaucipoia, new loix aiKi Boston, where this skirt
takes the precedenci overall others.
FOR SALE Steel, Brass, Wh3lebone and Rattan
aoops- LEHMAN & CO.,
FROM the ssbscrtoer, on the 2d Instant t
mare MULES, medium Hie ; one alight torrel,
'ners ; the bay has old she a on ber fore ft i
I will give a liberal reward for their deliverv to me. or
an; Information so that I get them.
DT'2-tf JAS. M. WniTE. M'mnhis.
LEA & PERSINS'
of a Lett'r from a
TO BE THE
TO niS BROTHER
'Only Good Sauce,'
WORCESTER, May, '51
AND APPLICABLE TO
SAUCE ta highly es
EVERY VARIETY l:S-.:
teemed In India, and is,
In my opinion tbe most
jri pslatab'.e as well as the
The anly Medal awarded by the Jury of the New York
Exhibition for Foreign Sauces, was obtained by LEA St
PERRINS ror their WORCESTERSHIRR SAUCE, the
world wide fame of which having led to nnmerons Imita
tions, purchasers are earnestly requested to see that tbe
names of "LEA & PERRINS" are Impressed upon the
Bottle and stopper, and printed upon tbe labels.
Sale Wholesale Agents for tbe unite! states.
Jobs Duncan & Sons,
405 BROADWAY. Jf. T.
A stock always In etore. Also, orders received for di
rect shipment from England. my9-!y2p
IiOOKIITG-GIiASS & GILT PHAHE
OLD Frsmes re-gilded, Looking Glas-es re-silvered like
new. AU work warranted. Oil Palntlnzs and Pic
tures on hand for sale, Waihlngton street, below Theatre.
W. E. MILTON,
26 Madis.on Street, SJp Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
Exchange and Note Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of all
- NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
560 YARDS BLACK SILKS!
Black Satin Stripe Grenadine!
FANCY GRENADINE ROBES!
. . .
ULACK AND FANCY BEREGE ROBES 1 1
SUclx Sills. X3xoiE3f3cs !
GUTTA PERCHA SKIRT CORD 1
FLOSS SILKS I FLOSS COTTON I KNITTING COTTON 1
Just received and lor sale lowfor cash. Dally expected,
3,500 Yards , Summer Prints !
myl0-dtwaw2w. J. I. TAYLOR.
THREE rooms up.stairs. Apply at No. 1(9 Vain
street, between Wasblngtoa and Adams;
; rarU-lW " - E. WOLFF.'
LEHMAN & OOf
corner Maui and JelTerson-Sts.,
rTY1110 pnrchased onr Staple Goods prior to the
inrinr, in i-Airi . , . . .
attiptd 1 andplald Osnaburg, Browi and Ble.cnri Dome,:
..v,.uumiKl,H ainas of heavy Staple Goods atoH
or ces. Rrnwn .rvi r..'l..,i 2l.jfr? V .rTt
I and.up. Yard wldsSea Island Rrnwn fv..n,
. , - " www. t.vUM Vt U
cents; fine do twelve cents.
Onr stock of Favrrv Rniina 1. 1.-" , .
' '"8s od full assortment of Silks. Ormndiea.
tenTSn a -wlll,toGooI PT ry pan lcular at:
cenU. ...-... ,-.ou.n
Every one should examine onr rrrnrrrnv .
especially onr SHOKS. which w m,i,..
SJa.n!irnt- yrhr h" n,t worn a pair of our
FINE KID BOOTS. linen lln.rt . i.v vV.J ?,a A
at o. .t ' , .u.i
I nT.at srna A tf1
I ,T, .1. . .
ua.ui iuc .Agency tor
aTlieeler & Wilson's
SELL them for the manufacturers at their prices, ad
ding iretth' and Insurance. w
e cave also the agency for
Singer & Co.'s
rREIrlJUM SEWING MACHINES.
Both Machines can be seen In operation In tho stlk and
ur store, auicniBg, seaming, hemming,
gathering, binding, &c sewing either the flnest-ef silk
f!,? Xint0J 'borf, ding the work of tenor fifteen
ladles each day.
wf,offerJ? '"n itock' to duplicate their eastern
uiu. j-rcue examine our goods and prices
ap29-lmlaw LEHMAN & CO.
- Strayed or Stolen,
FROM my premises on Madison street, abeat 1
un uiu or 10m or April, a small DARK BAY
MARE PONEY. with no white nrt..t.ni -
bat has a bare place nodtr her breast jast behind her I
mi u irs. ucio iur sin is worn, caused by a snag leaz I
tail and flowing mane. A liberal reward wilt h r,.Li I
her-." d'e .Yrs s & OWEN'S, 275 Main atreet.
I .J"'3 3W MILB3 OWEN.
SPRING AND SUMMER
THE undersigned respectfully call
citizens and strangers cenerallv ti
man a, CTSDmrrt - ,1.1,.,-,-. r.. ... l
w c m,.,u ,uu auajinn iLUllll.Mj. WtllCQ em.
not oe surpassed in quality and cheaDUes-T AltaT? n
hand, a complete stock of Gents' WeailngApparrfl. ICaR
and examine. No trouble to ebow goods.
HESSE Jc LEVY.
Comer of Madison and Front Bow.
mylO-lra Merriman'a old stand.
10 117056 WBO lOTC InCir cHOW lieiugS I
T nAVE a Remedy (purely vegetable) for Fever and
Ague, Hts, and FalllDK Sickness, which baa nrv.r
ben kn. wn lj fail. It is as pleasant, and as cheaD. as it
Is eflcacluus. Any person wbo will serd me thcnimes,
and directions to the residences, of ten Individuals sick
of Consumption, or any dlsesse of the Chest or Lungs, or
sufferlrg from a broken down and shattered Constitution,
wm rr-.-ci-rc j a rewara mis iiecipe. it emDodies full in
tructloes for making and administering till wonderful
eaicine. Aoaress, DR. TRACY DELORMR,
my8-dawlmls New York Post Office.
AT 25 PEK CENT LESS
Than Ally Other IIOIISC ill thC City Of
TVl t.'Til I-T y f q t
" TY stock comprUes the largest and most varied assort
lVi mentof JEWELRY ever offered In tbe dty, con
sisting ot the latest and most fashionable style of
and PLAIN GOLD
Bracelets, Pins and Ear Drops!
"JEROME'S" CLOCKS, of every style and pattern.
Dt irrnwur r.c. r-.v.r,..v... e
V Cr -"J",, cjjwius,
ACCORDEONS, FLUTINAS and POLKAS,
. , . u
FANCY NOTION'S, of every description.
Which I shall dispose ot at whalrsa.e and retail at
New rorkprlces. TH03. J. HARRIS,
At Locke's Salesroom, 262 Main street,
myl4-ly Memphis, Tenn.
STOLEN frem the subscriber, on Wednesday
night last, a SORREL I10RSR MULE. No
marks except tbe brand of a C or hone-shoe on
ithe right shoulder. Any person that will detect
tbe tnirf and lodge him In Jail, to that I can get him, I
will pay the above rward. SIMPSON AIKEN,
rrajl3-Iw Browns, tile. Tenn.
J. O. rLOVRNOT....Jf. T.
COOPER. ...R W. LEAKE-
THE undersigned beg leave to announce to their friends
and the public that they hare formed a co-partnership,
for the purpose ot conducting a wholesale
Grocery and For warding Business,
At Memphis, Tennessee. In the houf e recently occupied
by Messrs. iiayiason, Ellis & uiatr, xo. Is Mam street.
They hope by strict attention to bnslness to merit and
receive a llb.ral ihire of patronage.
Orders filled at lowest ra rs, and on as good terms, for
cash, as if the purcha- er were present. Quick siles and
smal pr fits will he our motto. Call and examine our
stock before purchasing. No trouble to show groceries.
We inland to make it to the interest ot city dealers as
well as country merchants to give us a share of their
FLOURNOT, COOPER & LEAKE.
Properly Near the City of Louisville.
, SA HANDSOME COUNTY RESIDENCE, wit h
fir thirty minutes drive of tbe city, with
eighteen or forty-five acres ot Land, accessible
. by the Turnpike and Railroad, and within one
mile ot the Agricultural Fair Grounds Tbe improve
ments are all new and or mtdern style. The Land is
ol the best quality. Thl placets well salted rs a sum
mer residence for a Southern gentleman. For further
particulars apply to Dr. J. M. KELLER. Memphis, er to
- , TTT T, Ti T- T, I- V
I A .llt.l'i,,. ,
myl2-datw2w Real Estate Agent, Louisville.
WHOIBSAIE Q 'will
WE arc now offering our large stock of Dry Goods at
Cost for Cash.
Call Ebon, If yoa wish to get great bargains and cheap
goods. " PHILIPS Jc WHITE.
31E3IPKIS IKSDRAXCE COMPANY,
Sam. Mosby, Pres't; Ben lilay, Soc'y.
orncs on jefeerson street.
A. O. Harris, Sam. Mosdy,
Q. 0. Atkinson, t. w. Wileinson,
.' J. O. GREENLAW, T. H. AIXEN,
BY virtue ot a deed in trust, executed to me the 15th
day of March, 1E65, I will sell at public auction to
the highest b'dder for Cash. Lots No.'s 13, 15, 28. 29, ot
H W Hill's sub-dlvlslan ot original county lot No. 611.
as laid out by Wm. Crane, City Engineer. The above
lota I11 be sold on the premises on tbe 28th dayot May,
1857. B. B. WADDELL,
CHAHEES N. EEICH,
AND DEALER IN
FANCF AND FAMILY GROCERIES,
32S MAIN-ST., WEST SIDE,
fSOUTH OF UNION STREET.)
AS just received a large assortment of EUROPEAN
LUXURIES, snch as Prussian Geese Breasts, Bruns
wick Sausages, Eel In Glee, Pafea de Foiet i'Oiet, de
Canard, de Becattct en Trajfe. Green Vegetables, con
sisting of Asparagus, Beans, Peas, etc.; Anjovlsb, Hol
land Herrings, Llmburg and 8ap Sago Cheese, French
Chocolate, German Prunes, Rhenish, Hungarian Mosel
and French WINES, Cove Oysters, Lobsters, Sardines,
SIIUXI, rikAlca.cw.., uu -uKiuM;i,iuD4kuiiAAUi
and family groceriis.
Many of the above articles are for the first time Im-
ported Into the United States, and can be had ln'Men-
pbiS OfiLT Of. UUAa. .i.KIUU.
f eb20 U
To the Citizens of Memphis.
mflK nndenlgned purposes establishing a Southern
i Paper in New York, and desires parficidarh' the en
conrsgement and support of the cit'isns of Memphis, and
01 me aic oi irmirjaco.
I ahatl for a few days remain at the Worsham Hou'e,
and will take It as a special compliment from the lrlends
of the enterpri.e. It they a in send me their names ,as
subscribers to The Southern Herald. Subscription $3.
. "mj6 N. A. RAMSEY.
iBOCTOn W. C. CATEIfiDCH.
rTTAYINO permanently located' fa Memphis, offers Us
jlj. services in au ice orancnes or cis profession to the
ciuzins ejr aiempnts and vicinity.
1 umce oa stain street, (West std.) between Adams and
Washington streets. In Stevenaon's Baildlngs. aplSSm
L. Q. C. LAMAS ...C. B. MO XT.
LAMAR & MOTT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, nUy Sprlcgs.'Mlsslsslppi.
. ap21-dawSm -
DR. fXNNEtt attends exclusively to Snrgical Diseases,
su as Piles, Flstolat In Ano, Strictures, Stone In
vwvE.j, fuijyu, lyiscascu
Bones and Joints. Deiormltle from Unmi n,(r.t
Contracted Tendcns from 1ms of LItm. Cheek. ?oe Ere.
lids, &c. Closed Jaws from Salivation, and ail other dla-
c ana ceiormiues requiring snrgical aid.
DR. FEKNER also attends toaB Diseases ot the Eye
and Ear, aad U prepared to Beard Patients from 1
C7" Office on Main street, In Walker's BulBtng.reil
dence on Court street.
R. B. BROWN,
C W. rRAZER,
BROWJ & FRAZEI1.
A TTUtLNErj AT LAW. OSlcra Vo Wain .
tX. oxer Bensen'a Mosic Sioro. Memohis. Tenn . and
onuuHp, Aaotooouoiy, jiiss. uui atiend promptly
"J A?" !lnuted U th "
I i . . L2
I RrPER to Trutit. Bro. St Co
Trutit. Bro. & Co , Philadelphia; Cronln,
I UnrxthaU ft. Sars, Walter t SteiWein. N. Y.; W. B.
s, waiter . s
own a Co., W
1 MBler, Jones, Bro
J. Webb ft. Co. . Mem-
J. Itf. C03IEGYS,
HAS lost retur-ied fram a tour throuzh
the Northern Cities, where be acqatreft aB
.the recent improvements in the science of
He is alfoaaih-rized to sell licenses and instruct sack
of the pnrfeesitq as mav wish a knowledge of-D.. Albert
a., cuttiri (jseoiHasiic mode or lnsenme Teeth.
Any letters addressed to him at SomesvUle and Brswm
vm , will m-et with pompt aifntina mttt-tnr
DBS. CHIDSEY 5c LEWIS wocMcaH the
attention ot the pub'tc to their new method
Of IniOTllne- A RT1 A T. TTT15TTT k.
-wirica'iBe narnrai rx,reian at in f ,
is res tared" Persons in w nt of rati setts of TtihtAr-
tlficlal Palates, or have trasallsfactery work are invited
to call, as we are sitlsfiedfrom exn zwn that u- can
not fail. V m.l.lm
DR. C. C11ID3EI, U xeturnlnzhrssin,
cere thanks to the citizens of Memphis aad
u- vki: ny, rt,r ine vrj Heeral patron
age bestowed UDun Diet, would inform
them that he has asseeiaied with hint ia ths prieticaef
uenuiosrgery, nr. is. 11. Lb. wis. a senuemaa of akiH
ami experience. myl-lm
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Men's and Tenth's Cratbing,
Hats, Soas, Saddlery,
f Virginia Tobacco,
LOTT FOR CASH!
- Wholesale and Retail.
tT. XjU 3? jCl. 2 la O jEt
184 Mala Strset:
I n . - s. .. r '- .
P?iraUh ng Goads gf nerally, embracing, not every grade,
style and quality known, but a very extensive variety ot
COATS," SHIRTS. HALF HOSE,
PAN IS, ' .DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS.
VESTS. . UNDERSHIRTS, GLOVtS.
RAGLANDS. COLLARS. BvOTS.
SACKS, . CRAY ATS, GAITERS,
HANDK'CHIFFS, STOCKS, . SLIPPERS, etc.
low ror casn.
ap26 dtwaw-2ni. J. L. TATLOR -Jlain-st.
uns and ISiiles.
A LOT of .Guns, Rifi:s Pouches, Bass, Flasks, Horn?,
ice, of superior quality, offered at cost an I charges,
forca'-h toclose the lot,
ap26-gtwaw2m J. L. TAYLOR? Msta-st.
Shelby Gounty Farm for -Sale'.
I OFFER for sale iron eaf y'termj left Farm
rnnwntt tK TfinVVnCOT IPX (n.aM
V'-a v at va-a,a uviii--iJ,ianme eikua kvua va
Jjjj theGermantown PlaakT read and the -Memphis
i ilL and Charleston Railroad. about eleven mibufrom
emois. ice iraci coniaina 'JVl Vf . acreal-u acrei
cleared under a good fence, aad hTfiae eultiratlen, " Good
dwelling with seven- room, cistern, sfables'gin hoiSe,
etc , all In good order There is on tbe place a choice lot
ot Peach, Pear, Quince, Plum and Apple trees in bearing
Te a good purchaser a great bargain wilt be given
G B. LOCKE.
myl-tf Auctioneer and Real EstateProker.
JIAGNIEICENT ARKANSAS F 4RH
TTTE offer for sale a very superior tract of 1050 acre"
V of Land on tbe M sslssippt river. In Mississippi
county, Arkansas, one ml e below ine town et Osceola.
57 acres of the land is in a high state ot cultivation, and
50 acre of timber deuJenrd The tract is entirely above
overflow by means et a levee, and drained by bayous 0r
natural dhehes. We 8 sell a great bargain for haM
cash la this valuable Farm, as the price we ask, as we
are Informed, Is far b-!ow the market price of lands ot
equal value. Mr. H B Hardin living on an adjoining
llantation, will take pleasure In shewing the Farm to an
who wish to examine. For terms, &c , address.
J. L. Sl R. W. BROWN-,
my9-dtwawlm- 44 H Cherry St., NaihviHe. Tenn.
THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KDTD,
FEVER ARID AGUE.
SUCH as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, CeHcky
Pains, neartburn. Loss ot Appetite, Dependency,
Cestlveness, Blind and Bleeding P.Ies. In all Nervous,
Rhenmatic aad Neuralgic AfT'ctlons it has la numerou
Instances proved hlgh.y beneficial, and In others effected a
Thl, is a purely vegetable cam po trod, prepared on strict
ly scientific principles, a'ter the manner of the celebrated
Holland Professor. Boot Dave. Because ef Its great suc
cess in most ot the European States, Its introduction into
the United States was Intended more especially for those
of onr fatherland scattered hre and there over the face of
this mighty country. Meeting with great success among
them, I now offer it to the American public, knowing that
its ttuty wondeertul medicinal virtues must be acknow
It is particularly recommended to tho'e persons whose
constitutions may have been Inpalrtd by the continuous
use of ardent spirit, or other forms ot dissipation.
Generally lnitantaneona in eSect, It finds Its way directly
to tne seat of life, thrilling and quickening every nerve,
raising up tbe drooping spi.it, and. In tact. Infusing new
health anil vigcr In the system.
Notice Whoever expects to find this a beverage will
be di appointed ; but to the sick, weak and low spirited,
It will prove a gratef nl aromatic ardial, possessed ot
singular remedial properties.
The rreat uornlaritv of this dellKht'ul Aroma has In
duced many Imitation, which the public should guard
a.ainst purchasing Be not persuaded to buy anything
else until yoa have riven Boerbave's Holland 'fitters a
fair trial. One bottle will convince yoa how Infinitely
superior It Is to all these Imitations.
S3 Sold at $1 per bottle, or six Utiles lot $5, by the
BEXJAiiurv i a tin. Jit., & ca,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
CS-Sold In Memphis by S. MANSFIELD & CO.;
also by WARD a; JONES and G. D. JOHNSON.
Over Two Thousand Bottles of
J. H. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED STRENGTHEN-
IXG CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER
and the de
mand Is In
ry day The
that has so
lor this rem-
edy, is w-
ts. Thousands ol weak, feeble and debilitated persons ic
thli city have been made healthy and strong by taking it
It Is the best alternative in the world, and tbe cni
remedy that will purify th blood, and at the same tlmr
strengthen and invigorate the whole organisation.
It win effeclnally cure all complaints ot the Liver
Stomach or Bow-Is, snch as Liver Complaint, Headache,
Biliousness, Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Sonr Stomach, Lost
ot Appetite, Nervous Diseases, Faintness, Weakness oi
any disease of the womo. Kidneys or Bladder ; and re
move yellowness or sores from the skin. It Is a sun
"retentive. .against Yellow Fever, Chills, Ague and
Fever, Chslera. or any prevailing epidemic. There is nc
mistake about it.
53-Zvery bottle is warranted to glve satisfaction. Trj
it It is very pleasant.- It leaves a delightful aromatk
flavor In tbe mouth after taking It.
. J. H. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor cf this Gordui.
Also, McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
E3 Principal depot on the comer of Third -.nd -Pirn
streets, St. Louis, Mo. For sale In Memphis, by
G. D. JOHNSON. Agent,
corner Madison and Main treets.
Also, by S. MANSFIELD & CO.,
fetl-dawly Wholesale Draggists.-Meraphls.
ijp - Administrator's Xotice.
" I'LL persons having clalmi against the estate of the
.A late'R. C F. Duncan, will present them at once for
payment, and those indebted to said estate wilt" call and
pay. B. 0. wiuufibb,
1 ravB ., - Administrator.
onr iV?2,f TUE criUr has Just received, aad offirs for sl, a
Mrtrcent of ain ind Youth fTTnthintr nd
taw aa mj
Leaves TOI3 MORNING, May Ibt -
or sew uneans..
CITY OF MEMPHIS W. Kbsntz, Commander.
jk THIS rasgnlncent paieangfE: packet,
rn having oatarMfinl acecjsnicdatKns,
will leave positively as Iters.
!3-ahe wm tale alt the cotxen icai 3-
Laves en WEDNE3DAY, May 9oth, at 5 p. M.
Cairo, Iiouisville and Cincinnati.
GLEXDale..J.Bcohek. Mn'r; A. U BcaaESCI k.
THIS magnificent paweDgers-Bd-fxeJgM
ffyinterm'ediate ports aaNve. ..
For freight or pa-.-i.-e applv Ml car J
A. C. WUKZBACB. As
my!7-3t No 38-Fror t He"
Memphis, Hiiite River and Napoleon (
U. S. MAIIi PACKST,
Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia Concor.
STEAZHEIt RATE rfBSE,.
JOHN T. SHIRLEY, Master.... VM. T. WOOD, deri.
K nils new, spleadw and fast steamer.
Tridc in place ef the Jaraea LaugEllc,wi:
SamttBDe reeatarlv in the trade. Havia3
Mearohls everv MONDAY aBd FRIDAY at 2 o'clock r.
at., punctually, connecting at Napoleon wltlt White and
Arkansas river boats, ; iking freight and passengers to
WhMe river at reeniar rates. Reiaramg. leaves Napo
leon every TUESDAY and SATURDAY, arriving At Mexa
phie Saaday and Wednesday evenings.
Tiankf..' for former patronage, the owners fcess to
merit a cor-imuaacc ef the ame to their aew boat, pro
mising strict atteatlea to business. ,
LAVALLBTTK MORRiB, Agents.
Notice to Shippers. The "Frleeee' w receive
freight until one 'dock on Mondays, aa4 liEriefs the en
tire day Thursdays, and until ooe cfelocz rnuji.
Valuable Property on Sheiuy,
Vauce and aiani-ts. for Sale.
I OFFER for sale n reasonable tetmstwn Ilea s and
Lots, freetiag 66 teeteath on the kaet aide ef She:ty
sued by 115 feel w 'p to aB alley, ht Seath tot having a
front of !45fertua Vance Mie-t. Eca- Btt has a flee
resieer.ee of eight rooms each, kucaecs, saitaius, etc . aB
in perfect order.
Ami, Lvt on lierth skv- Vance street, Eait of above,
40 tet treat by lea feet dep
Also, two Lets ea Sort a.de cf Vance street, west oi
Main street, 22 X. feefrta each by 1J feet deep.
Alee. Foar Lets en, Maw stcfct, IBttott Isenb each by
100 feet deep teas alley. Tb 3oa?t 9 wajchkaaa
front ea the North side of Vano- stiest 160 feet.
The above property is located ia oae e( the best neigh
borhoods ia the CM), aad is increaeiDg in valoemort rai
idly than aay tther rdcnce property.
. . 6. B LOCKE.
my8 Acct leader aad Rea Bstate Bioker.
Yalualle Negroes for Sale.
THIRTY NBSMBs iaM arrived freea Kentucky
and Vfaicinia. smetiir: the umber tasee ceod Mc-
ehanice. if. B. F.RKH6T.
mar7-tf Xo. 87 Adama street.
A GOOD GARDENER liberal was Beta Aopiy :
J. M. SHAW & CO.,
Offlce ea Baak Aveaae, 1st dee frem Maat9a-.t.
flfn CASKS Fjjkv PriaU, new stytee, ea head and for
ZO) saleby JAME-i LOW St, CU-,
mar3l 418 Maia streets. Leatseiiie
-t (f CASES Fancy Lawae, ua befut for sele by
IUU JAMSa LOW CO .
nur31 418 Xals stseet, Leatsvllle, Ky.
-i r BAI3 artnted rrench Jaceaetts, very handsome
10 atyHe, eaaand and far sale by
JAMES LOW & CO ,
roas3t 413 Mam sireet, Leaasville, Ky.
CASES Crepe rfbspagae, aseeetetlAJeers t
1 case Satia Striped and Chilli;
1 caseiPigand aad ChaHi ; oa hand aad far sole b v
JAMBS LOW 6l CO..
marSl 413 Maia street, Loot ville, Ky.
ft A RES ir"ne ba. la eiaCA 1-1 TV Bece. oa hand and
3 for sale by - JAMBS LOW & CO ,
msr3t 418 Vala sttvt. Loatevil Ky.
r.iuesa lant stulXs:
r A CASKS Plain aaaTwiuea unen raut ataa, on nana
3 U and (or sale by JAMES LOWh CO-.
ataral 413 nau stteex, lmktsw, i.y.
Sea I Jinn d Brown Cotton:
nn ISALiSS aea latasriirown ooiscir. ob aaau anu loi
UU sale ty JAMES LOW Sl CO.,
marJJ 415 Main atreet . LoelavHSe. Ky.
'BALES Striped Osnaburg, on baodasd fer.aete.by
, JAilKB LOW SL UU.,
mar31 .'. 4W Maia ttr-r, LonuvWr, Sys
To all wlio'in it may Concern..
A NYpeison or pjrons whj ha a tae .certificate,
l which wa Issue 1 by Thomas C. Bletkley, Tx Qat
Iccterfor Shelby county, Tennessee, fur tayea.r, . 1SI8,
and which certificate wa issaed either -ea er after'tee
flntMnday,hlng the 7th day or JatyA 3., IKS .Jo
one Dune) Unghex, for Lot No 40, ia tin city of Mem
phis, 6th Civil District of Shelby ceanty, UstHi, Topeetr-d.
advertised and cM ia tbe name ef ' rat Bapsea." f jr
State and Coon iy Tax's, on the 7th day" of JeTy, iSSS ar.i
struck off to Daniel llsghes ter the sum ef twelve dol
lars, in tke town ef Raleigh, are hereby noMfltd that Sid.
ney Y. Watsen, at hit eatee No 4, Walker, Batlaings.
Maia street, Mrmi his, Atan-teee, ievady aad anxious lu
redeem the same in the name of the anderstaaert, owners
of said Let No. 40, from any person or ptisans who bate
said certificate or any other cerastes te for aaht lef, Dan
iel Hghe dors net give the nasae ot tha pesanta wbesa
be transferred it, aad if the belder.-ef d9 nets nakM
h ra er herself known in a short inae, measaree wfll be
taken to prevent the Tax Deflectors from Btahiag oeeaVJftr
it. JOHN S. PEARSON,
my7-dtwaw2w SIDNBY" Y. WATSON.
FOR SALE. '
SEVERAL in trort ot the SayuSo, esaers ea Vaaee,
Sh- Iby. DeSoto and Beal streets.
The owner has determined to make a ceaaateee sale ef
the abeve Lets, and basing bat a ttatitrd uate ta rbmbi
.n MempbU, he will di.-pose oi taern npi.n saca ssssg tlee a
and ea.y terras, as ar rarely -a oordtd in a city having
the present and prospective growth ei thf. tae Maaasty
is situated in tbe most ptotpereat and lapidty adaafng
part of lhe city. is all sanannatd with bu ads ante and
recent improvement, and comprise many et the rn. st
beantifal residence Lois within the city limits. 'r..ni
Lhe Sethtoth- 28lh of KaY, tbe proprietor wt.t be a',
tbe ofnee of Wm. & Philip H. Taompeoa, waare be wui
be pleased to meet purchasers. On the 3ia ef MAY he
wilt sll at aoctioa every Lot ot which he is possessed In
Memphis. A llsivf the Lota,, with -.heir locution, as
numbered on the map of the city, together with 'h
terms of sale, will be advertised for a week pi feeding
ttatoy. ap33-t W. L-VANCS-
w Administrator's Sale.
IWILLsrutotheaigHest bidder, ea the 25th dsy.or
MAY71S57, at ib late residence of Wm. M. Dune,
leeM, Horses, Mnti-sCows, t.heep. Hogi, Ceta and Fud
4er. Ox-wagen ami Tram, Farming Utensils, Heosehold
and Klteh-n Furniture, and other things tva atEsercaa to
Term 3 Net at six months, satisfactorVy eadoraeil,
payaMe in Bank. EMILY F. BONN,
my7-td a AdmtRurrairix.
Hats! Hats! Hats!
BLACK, Drab, Pearl, White, B rown," Sr ir. Far. Palm.
Canton, Senate, Straw, Lef bora. IsraM, SUk.Pien, h.
Maiata. Canada, Nicaragua, Panama. Aikana( Ac,
ow for cash. J. L. TAYLOR
I WILL sell a bargaia ia three and oeetaait
acres of Land, with a boueeef Fix reeas, kKch
en aitd serant rooms. The Hease is Jaet fia
lshee. and built in the meet aaorovid sua.
oabv near Memphis, on the lacd lormerly eocaated by
Dr. E. P. Watkuis, on Jackson street extended. Apply
soon to J. M. FRO VINE.
WHITE SULPHITE. SPRINGS,
Hardin County, Tenn.
(SECOND SEASON UNDER TUB MANAGEMENT OF
THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS wfll be opened on
the 1st Jnne ueti, for tbe aaeemmodatiea ef ay
friendsand th public. I have a large Ice Hoase tatt of
Ice. An excellent Band of Music will be la attendance.
Inring the en ire season. Thr Depot wil bo atBaVas-i
ritle, on tbe Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
I have made arrangements with Mr. J. T. Cataestrr.
who will have pltaty f fine Coaches at tie Depot. A'l
-an rely en giing tbroneh dirrc tbe same day th-y leave
Memphis. He will also have fl.e Buggies 1 nd Carriages
at the Springs.
apl9-daw2m GEO. SHALL,
LOOK. TO YOaj INTEREST.
THROUGH TICKETS FARE REDflOBIF'r
TO GRENADA $6 60. .--
TO CARROLLTON ,
TO BLACK HA WE
TO CANTON ,
...... 3 UU. . . y 4
. 12 00.
Memphis and Charleston and'
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING south of nolly Spnans. at the Talla
hatchie river, with tb' DAILY SOUTHERN MAIL,
LINE to New Orleans, via Jackson, MUa . the Clearest.
most pleasant and quickest route to the above-camed-polnts.
lyast staging and the best road. The can wlH soon be
at Oxford, still shorte. In? this rtute.
Travelers will look to tb, Ir comfort andfpoeats. A
word to the wise U sufflcient. a---.
J3" For Tickets or information apply to SIMS'k COsb
Agents, at the Railroad, Stage and Omnibus Tlctet Of
fice, Uomrnerciamotei. raavI3-d:f
To tlie 'PwbncTT
MESSRS. FLKTCHElt & KEoK. having sold their
O'- nlbuss Line. we takethis me-hod ef informing -the
tra-.ellDgpcbllc lhatcn the arrival and departareog '
all mail and accommodation tralna ur Omnibutses wBF '
be In readiners to convey parsengrra to and from Hotels,
Depots and elsewhere intQe ci'y et Memrhls.
When yon arrive in the city, cal for the Patterson
Line, and the Patterson boya to wait on yoa. Remember
theTlrst and regular line establl h? for he conveyance
of the public in Memphis. We will be pleased to-wait en
you, ami iDanarub,ior your p3iruuBK?.
Omnibuss Office at the Memphis and Charleston Rail
road Through. Ticket 0 (So-, Commercial HoUI.
myt2 dawlm P. M PATTERSON fx, BRO.
JOHN L. MORGAN, Architect, furnishes Plans, Spec
ifications and Detailed Drawings, superintends th
Erection of Baildlngs.Farnlshes Approximate Estimates,
lets Contracts. Svc , measures Brick Work, Pla-teTing,
Painting and Carpenter's Work, ic., gives Estimated
Value to Work, the price for which no- centracLhas been
made. Particular attention given to Djcorittscs and
Embelllshmen-a la- Arcfittecture. Particular attention
given to Church Architecture. -
. 53 Rooms No. 3 Walker's BoBdlngs, Memphis,!Tena.
FIFTY barreU No. I'Molasses. for sale by
.-mar;7 V HANCOCK, CLABXi CO.