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MAY 6, llTffi
TUESDA?
xoncKjiJUBiiA-KtrsroEomoK and their
frtknds.
All calls sre-Jt-aasHsaUt for munlsipsl or minUUrU
ofl et aad tbe rpes thereto, are tiArged t Uiii eface at
tke rat al $llr satrt Swh advertls ements most U
aeeompaated ilbAt ectftfo crefcier
KS-'iWe teaiertmr thanks to friend Caxtxh,
if Aesas ExpB-i..CpaBy. for late St. Louis and
-!ivfe ptpirt n;aIvtEce of the maiL
KS-ilhsEfeiA Stanley arrived in our
rttytett eveny--, sndTstppiflgat tbe Wonhtm House.
She Jfpiaril oi-Tteilft to-nlgtit supported 1 the
ea tiietgv-gt'Mr. Ashe's new CaE-pany.
IS'Se'e f-8 reyvari offered by Duval,
Algeo & 0Jfer ihe recovery of a -valuable -poay,
stole- a tow&- Vnc .frem their tlaugter pes In Jort
Pickering. J
ffS"We are again HBder obligations to the
geneelyolet-, Ur.Xsxnrt.ot the steamer North-,
truer, aad Mi. iHjanERer the steamer AfmpStJ, for
late 1-cws.vrtte u Cii) dentil paper.
SS" For a geine article el Manilla. Char-
roeuTcaN oo Messrs. Torrs, k Co,.ppoelle Gareso
Hooec TJwj arc rtgiided at the best cigars no-smo.sd,
aad kill; tested them aarsetvet. we proaoance 10 their
taw -sKttte-ty. Ga early or tbe sapf-iy "1U be
exbaattad. .
CS'Mr. 'Sia. Dcgax. an altaehe of J."1
C. IMMXA'icOo., wh-u een the mhinit.,
aaararlamatt lbMefcetsHt, by Mr. MX-
u7nuii .-back driver of Ibfc aforesaid firni. died
Tfle,d.r free the-e.rcti f bis wounds. Mr. Woods
U a caitofey aad will be tried i-oott.
Itauax OxifKA- The ifctw, of ftsterday,
learas that tt ttd taeslcal ooeapaay, new per
forvtagln NWOdans, isteod atepplsga Menps eti
tkelr way bd Hie rlerr, aad tlving us a few eatertaia
Bats. TMj ii (far chtcrtagle thrrers ef good mu
sic aad the UyaiBgBamii9tty .
Fike BeeV CATTte. We noticed that the
.'earner J3eacfe Wsght tweaty-ave tai ol beanft
t a: beet catate t tm TPhKe river, consigned to W of .our
Ljich-rs. H asadBr soath water to leek at them, ford
good beef U tomethfcg f aa tjet here at thU Urn.
A 1 we have tt tiy H, we hai that we sbH enjoy a few
two raasts-aad a teats tt this iMtoef.
Cahbibatbs is tiieFib.d. Messrs. llAa-
t mod RA!m scesed the Canvass. fr Gevejr r at
Camden yesterday- -They speak it nnUns4en te-day,
to-mnw at TreoWs, BsavsJay at BrswaarlHe Fjriday
atCovtsgts$,Satn4ay IB this eKy, aad Taeeday Jiezt
atSonerrMt. "We exhort thTee everywhere, wHh
eut CUaatltaf party, to taro eut and hear these gen
tietaes. JtgT mti from Mr. Ltsdsat,. Cdc-
tor aa thesaB-lrahs whMk oora-9irB last evening, that
toe acctearttiat octane wx te as extra trtls which
left Haatsvne ea Eaaday sneraiag. Th- aeetdeat
furled tali sMe af Chattaaoasa, at Lset-Ost Moaataio.
Mr I.ISB1AT aaatd net give any fartber fartisctars
than were received hare yesterday eveaiak, and thth
wi 1 be faaael ta oar trtrjfnpfetc caicsia ibis mwatog.
Be coanrss the stateaaaat r Mr. GrOKGE Maosx
being liad.
Stats Fair. Oar readecs will see in our
paper if tils maraieg a list of premiaa at the State
Fa.r, to keheWla thectty of KathviDe during the secaad
week in OcekC"zt. A Urge ma ol aeeey H to be ex
pended tUs enwiaiT KaproTlng and adBiag the SUte
Fair Sieuali. aa althe- arrangeffients wlM be a very
great lsasaiaaeeCt oa those wldah harf harelatere ben
adopted. T- f r.i 4istis heavy, aad we trust the
ecple at tfm Beatc geaeraHy wHl cospete f cr them.
gS- V7e k4 the pleasure of a visit, yester
i.v, trees trkM 6taN ef the Cerinthlan Filter. On
Saturday next, tbe JfBcr wB maie Its apsiearance In an
entirely aew aad -saaHtat dress. It bes defiVd politics
with its okt 4ml, aad will in f Btcre fcelosg to the scaaal
ot istdepeads at ar aeatrsl Jaaraak. We commend the
Filler an acr tria4 Sisaox to each af oar bojlneis
aten as deeasa ta exteatf tbetr aaQBelBtaaee lit Noith Mts
aisairpi 3e aaatr it paelfebed la the floarlefatag town
of Covtatb, Ttahetalngaj ceaaty.
Another Iomusy. Tbe Evening Ketci,
of yeeteiaay, saya tbe reidoe of Mr. - Geoeoe Hah
bib, ot the ttm at 'PETTOS &. Hasbix, aa Adam street,
was tnwnt last ajsjat, sad raabedaf hit watch aad other
valuable., dethtaj, aatet aad aoeeaatt, valuable to bo
person Vat ataawiT, ad the keyaf M iron safe. We
wvuld aaeiae aVpctwiai ta been lai Joe oat tar these
tbievea. Heat iriee have heeaalte Bgmetaas of ute, and
greet their acesaaea vlth a satale of ponder aad bill,
which yljmtahlj tetsrd their progress aad rid thedty
' :bcir VSletar- Ihe.Baabev at Mr. Hakbi.v's key is
10,256, aad thevnaartu at his watch ht 6 129.
Heakt-Rkwxc Accident 1 Three Chil
i.bek DROWirept Abeatthaaaarot three oek,jes
tcday arteraaoa. Soar ahfldren ef a Mrs. Smith, a
wi.ow reeMlag Bear the Bayea, en the Rateigfa read, aad
"he vicfeatty at the Meaeffett and Ohio Railroad depot,
g,t into aa ahtskhT w-hteh was raered to the bsak of tbe
Bjtj0, aadaaahad af tato the water, wjdeb at tills potet
was over tea feet-deep frost the basting ap of the Mt5-
i.s.l; pi ThMtMir themidHef the stream, theoWest,
a s.' toase Sttees years, became so math frightened
that the aatetaptedto leap ato the water, aad, in doteg
ao, npeet the sUff aad threw aH the chlMren Into the
.tream. Thtee ut the party were drowned the eldest
.-,, absayaheat tea year, aid, and a girl wae eight
ars af age. Tbe fearHs, a HtUe boy, by a miartle
e-aped tram the slresm aad saved himself. The bodies
fl ,UA seaia atty yards f cam tbe paint where tbey met
w.U. their autliissiy fate, and were takes tram Ihe water
by peraaa who passed the load aad dttoarered them.
TTa;n. ai njetirr aaxtved en the graand, e three
Udie watavMt vat, thte bVide, bn ptanks j -and the
mother, vhiM cease iat- tawn, bad not yet returned
tu wit nets the shocktag eeae. Upon her arrival site was
, j aCectsd hrae sUM that she attempted to drew, her
te.f, aadaEhefeigprevSated by the spectators, .weened
awsy. She was eesveyed to her hease near by, and pre
v r atteatioe admtBletered ta her. Thts aad e sualty
should be a tsrrsatc warning to parents to strlotly ad
jj jnisu thatt Bbttdren against recklessly venturing sear
wateratahteelwBeatherB-laeprotectorwlth them to
guide Ueir SMSifees aad five them trom danger.
BZS At ihe reiestt)t- tbe ceBtlersan whose
Lame ts aapaadedta the tellewtngteiaaaHiKatlaa.we Uy
it kefare tavpobUc. He Is a responsible peatlemsn :
Sasdotaz, III.., May M,
SWTOBl Apihal: It is net in the spirit ef cavH or
fault-sMBgthttt I feet constrained to oeter jeathVioJ-
lowiag statement far pablkatUn, but at an act of ex.
tended paMee hen'Sersee. I have been taught since early
youth, that to practice tBpeeHien is a base aad samiUga
ted criai', aad that to expose Mis duty rQulred by eves
good merate.
lailade towbat appears to be an organised and cob
rerted setsaliotteeFptlen, practiced apentravele supon
tbe great MIeMM(s Oestral Railroad," a road, Judging
from Its tea teMaoaad placards and advertisements aad
agencies, high had tow, Is miking more noise at this pros
ent I ime, taia perhaps aay road M the UBhw. The facts
wh.eh I wMTJi stale are as faHows : I learned on K trill
Memphis, thaaaghtbeagent, and threagh pUeards, stuck
r.p in every hetei, bar-room, steamboat andbarbtr'a then,
in 1, esriote aad shapes, that it I ceuM reach Cairo by 6
cV.ock, nenteger eveaieg. that I wonfdttiikea through
train, to aay paaat North ar Katt, wttheat danger at de-
tentles, Oa reaobhsgOaire, atSaVaoekln tbe morning,
the first tatareaatton I gat from the agent wa, "No
cart. Sir, U3 3 anetotk this evening there has been a
ehaage at time." WeB, 3 e'cleck arrives htw many
hears threegfc toXiTrHc? "A trot aftfen ar sixteen.
at firth-st- aadaa1Tue la the eecneetlen." So off weJ
aro, bat alat I jast as we approsch CeaUalla, tbe Con-
daetor prectatass: "Wefl, gentlemen, yea have to 'tie
ever ' here three heart, aad then yaa ga a to Ssndarsl,
five mtte farther, where ya caseeet wtth the Ohio and
MtMiesfeBt ftHttwi." Bat why .tea here three Lours
Why aatga right a "WeaV th octentton is Unply to
meke tbe eeatie& wtth the can f roar St. Louis." We
arrive at geo'av!, expeetsagof coatee to so right on,
wbea tola Male track-ceatod tellaw, wham I afterwards
Haised kapt teste tart -f m'ertiinneot at SaBdeva!
beariag a tocdeni m bis right hand, annoaneed: "Gen
UeaKB,ro Baahun train U-aliM get to .lay here te
t weire 'clack to-aarraw goed beds, gentlemen I please
tellaw me." This man', name, accenting to bis own
shuntji. hj TT J. BtjmsHs i be ought to have his name
in w-tet, haeaase bet. the esty man frem wham I obtain
ed aay eereect lafersatlen frem Cairo to Sandoval.
So here wa are, Messrs. Editors, la the mktolef antBl
cats ptaMe, "tyrngJay" twelve hews, oa "one of the
csfest, eet eeaCerlaMe aad expeditlsag rot tea in tbe
Unton?, Tbe time lei, from Memphis to-thl) place, in
alL has'Jhst beea twenty-njne hours. I may state, mare-
evT, that I met here Utt night a citUen ot MempMs,
last freafTBtlsdelFtira, who left there-en Monday even
lag, aad 'he says, that failures lathe cosseetlon and the
caaecqtMBt-tfaieBMeB is intolerably Hew I may 'fare
kefies- ta LaviSTBee, I, ciaset eaaietiri-e. -I can only 'aay
that I hayaiassuraacesaf a ctose ceaheatton thraagboul'
bu(.Jn Iginr ra-1ittexperlece,I may ikj get there
MlttaO. Re.pccttaur.
n. H. PAIKE.
;. l .i
Heati Tuxsi A Hollander's Tf.stimont.
Jaoo JlrssKK, lirtag in the HoBand setHemtnt of 8he-
beyfan, Wiicaarla, siyi : "After saSerlng for some t Ime
the arfeery atteadtor as niter piastratiaB ot rnlrjd and
bedjr, I hi v bees restored, by -King BOSRXate's Bol-
ua Sixtebs, ta perfect health." .
The taatat-tbt. temedy being tech high repute among
tb HetJaoeVeit hi WUeonsln, Miehl;an, New Tort, in
fast ie everjr HaBaad settlement in tbe United SUtor,
argue, maefc In Ms f avsr.
Try It lr OhrenieorNervoasDibllKy, or any Nervcoj,
PhrnrnrW! r- XeuraltiesfSKSHn. !
sieIb:
On Soaaarmoraiog. the lVth wHsnt, in tbe twenty.
second year at her age, at ber residence on Mam street
tr, v . j - -- 1 1
or
PA Nit IE ST., wife of CfcsJtos May.
- 0 A50011. ERESS or mempiii2 j
RAILROAD ACCIDENT!
03XT23 -aVE-fiaJNT
Several Persons Wounded.
. CiijCttaxooci, May -t, 18J7. To Bditort Jpptal :
Two cars otertumed f aurteen miles west of Chattanooga.
George Moore, of Fire CotrpioyNo. 7, was billed, an
Dr'.Tnck, Mr. Case, H.J. Hanly, Geo. Cohn, J. B. Syn-
nott, Chas Manor and John Walter, eoiorta, susnuy
Injnred. W- A. hchwe.n.
CkattajiOOOa, May SI, KSl.To XUUon Apfial:
One pasager and baggage ear of the enorilon train
1 rem JlnntsTtae, containing miliUry acd fire companies
f rem Memphis, ran off the track near VThltesides' Depot.
:ZZSl t- hiTandChsHe.. M 1 hf. to same daUla.tyear; and
LTRanrosd pTs-enger cars. The track wa. nnlnjcred, the decrease In tbe receipt, a a 1 the po ts, np to the to
an" occLlened except incleatUgtheroadnf te.tdatesa, compared with la t je.r I. 602.52T bales.
xn4n0dete.iocc p w Ia lh5eiport, from th.Unlted State, to foreUnccnntrics.
Vrt mh.rhU arm brke, otherwise nnln- compared with the same date, last, , -.thmi. ad
SS" G Sne .fFir.OempanyNo.3 was .Ughtly crease of 35" hale, to G.e.t BrlWn. 63 237 to France
Rest unhurt
Georgia train, and arrived in Chattanooga before the
aeddent occurred. The dtg ate. it ent on to At tan ta this
erertwr. B.J. DILL.
Celebration ef the 17th of Jnne at Be.ten.
Boston', May 25 Lttttr. have been received from
Gov.Xtng. ef New York, and Hon. John P. Kennedy, of
EilHmore, acceaMng ke lavitatlon to be present at the
celebrattan at haNnaagcratten of the statue of Gn.
Warren, and the anatverssry of the Battle of Bunker
Hill. Alio, thst tbOoraHtbus Guards, from Columbus,
Ohio, will attend.
Death of Sr. Vrelev.
WASHtsOTOjr, May 23 DI Ctafles Ftotey, o:
Drpartsent of the Interior, died this mernlng.
Robbery of the Mall..
Chicago, May The mall frem Terre Haute, Ind.,
to Chicago, supposed to Contain a la'ge am.unt of money,
was robbed at Mattosn, III, last week. The perpetrators
areyet undiscovered. -
-River' Jfew..
l4)DlsvttXE, My !6. The rive"r here is falling, with
six feet b the falUt. Weather cJeudj and windy. Mer
cary 85 degrees. Fifteen' feet of water In the channel
between here aad rieclakatt.
ort nf ItcmiSe
Arrival and Departure..
. ; - Susdat, May 24.
Landls, New Orleans to Cincinnati.
J. C Swen, New Orl-ans to St. Louis.
Jas. Johnson, New Orleans to NashviHe.
Memphis. Cincinnati to Memphis.
Kate Frlbt, Napoleon to Memphis.
St. Francis No. 2 St. Francis river ts Msmphls.
Northerner, Louisville to Mempbi.
City of Huntsvnie, Nashville to Memphis.
MOXDiV, May 25.
F.vaasville, Whlto river to Memphis.
Xorthtraer, Memphis to Louisville.
Karf Friibee, Mempbia to Napoleon.
City of Hustsville, Memphis to Na.hv ille.
Hickman, Cioetanatl to WhHe-river.
Fanny Bullitt, New-Orleans to LooisvHIe.
rtlver Ma'ter's.
J3-Onr' wharf presented quite a lively appearance
ysterday fereooo. Tbe landing wat well fined with
boats mere te than at any time for a week patt. The
weather. was quite jiieasant in the forenoon, with a south
wind ao appearance of rain, which commenced falling
about one e'etock snd cnatlnued steadily until night
The river attbis pejot it receding rawfcily. It has faitea
la all stow Sunday mornlsg aboat eigbteea iscbet.
3-The Beltut wrU be la part this morning, bound
fer Loaisvaie. Perseus wlshtag to go East should avail
themselves of the efparteaMy. Sho is a first-class
packet.
Jj"The City of llunhtitte, csme in port yesterday
-aerDiag with a fine freight, lactadtag eignty-ix nogs-
heads ut tebacca fer re-ibhtment en the Jnjonor. She
left port lstt evenlog at her regular hour, 1 e'c'lock r. M-,
bound fer Nashvtlie, with rather light freight.
Q" The eateadtd weekly passenger packet Sorthtrner,
Cast. J. F. Smith, and Mr. Archer at ber out, came in
DortSaaday night, with a fall freight and a fine list of
passengers. She Kelt port last evening at her regular
hear. 4 o'clock, with a gwd freight, far. LaalsvBle. Tne
Sftktrner te a great favorite with the traveling com
maotty. Faseeacere aad shspaers may rdy aa her p.nc-
ity. She leaves our landing eeery Meoday afternoon
at t o'clock.
3- Passengers aad thtpe ers will notice that tbe Inyo-
meri. now beekhtg freight far the Crescent City and all
totcrmeditte porta. Wedaetday, at 5 o'clock, is her tlms
ef departure.
X3T The VeeisMt, Capt. Bugher In eeumand, arrived
la pert Saaday mils', with a fall freight, frem Cincin
nati. Shippers aad passeegers win osr n miaa inai sne
leaves tor the above pe' tea Wednesday, at i v. ! Pai
eeagers Bpward boaad eaa i-ecare state-rtems by applyieg
on beard or to LavaHette. Shirley i. Co , agents, 37 Frott
Row.
53- Capt. Bewmia's pscket, the St. Francit No. 2,
will leave this evenlog at ber regu'ar hoar, 2 r. it. Per-
aan. wiehlug to take a trip up the St. Francis river would
do well to avail themselves ot this opportunity.
The steamer EiamvUle. from White river, came
In yesterday, with a very light freight.
.
C3-Tbe fine and elegant steamer John Siaondt la the
next nacket due frem New Orleans. Shs will be in pert
to-morrow evening, en her way to St. Louis.
X3" The rpieedtd steaaier Woodford wat dae cerelut
night from Louisville, oa her way to New Orleans, bat
had not arrived up t-i a Ute hear. .
J3 Tbe fleet steamer Anfeopr Is dae here this evec,
lag from New Orleans, oo ber way to Louisville.
The regular mail packet J. (1. dint is the next
boat due from NashviHe.
53- We dip the faltowieg trim the St. LeuU Jttputli-
cn,ot the 534 lest:
Rivxrs asd Weather. The river at tbis p-unt is
rliiac raord.T. All ihe uuper rivers are pouring out f u.l.
and there ts pienty ot water all arouod ftr the amount
ef business there is tc do on it. There is a gnat number
et steamers at the landirg, bat tbey were doing very lit.
tie butoet yesterday. Tbe weatber was fine and warm.
the warmest of the season, and there is every prospect
now of its ceoiiiraitig so.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
Whereas, It has pleased the Great Master of the
nnivera-. on weUBesaev. tee ZJtu wsi.. 10 can irsm
labor to relreshtae'ct our late brother, WI. Cakr, In the
th vear of hit at'
Rttolved. Taat we sincerely deplore the lott of our
denarted biother.
Jieiolvea, Tbat we sincerely tympamize wim cit Be
reaved family, who have been deprived e an affectionate
husband and a Etna ana inanigeui lainer, ami me oa
Biouliv of one ot its most uefnl and worthy dtitens.
tcropotsutly hoaeU in all his dealingi with his fellow
men. He was universally neievea ami xep.iMi ny an
-who knew him. We then-tore feel that his character, so
well known In this community, seeds no eulogy at our
bands.
Raolted- Thst these resolutions be f urniseed the -ity
papers for pobUcalion, and a copy delivered to tbe family,
and with it the assurance of the heartfelt sympathy of
every member ef this Lodge.
A. b. Ji.tLL,
3. M THOMAS, Committee.
A. DEJIPEWOLF, )
South Mempsizs Louoe, No. lis, A. T. M.
FRESH ARRIVALS
3Vrf3L. "ST 18TE,
ntl. DAT RECEIVED
In Addition to the Stock on Hand,
C f A 1 TARD5 SUPERIOR PRINTS, Of Merrl-nil"-
1 maek. Hamilton. HoTle. Cecheeo. Hocking
ham. and all other popular brands, handsome styles and
fast rulers.
AJ.SO:
An sddtttonal surwtrof LAWN and MUSLIN ROBES,
MULLS, NAINSOOKS, and LINEN LUSTRES for Ira v-
efltng. ,
U. Ii A 11 !
Shirtings, Sheetings, Drillings bleached aad brown ;
Frubtibg, Pfllaw. and Sheeting junens ;
" Towels. Napfcint, Table Qotht and Col crs ;
Genuine P.ussla Crash, Huckabaeh Do) lies
Indian Checks. Strlces. Omaturn ;
MarteiBes, Lancastor and Dimity Qattu and Counter-
pants, white and colored.
CURTAIN GOODS.
Embroidered, Damask, Printed, 4c
MUSL1XS AND WHITE-GOODS,
In great variety.
India Long Cloths and Brilliant;
Hoops, BitOItBtc andHugene Robes.
fiMBROIDEIUES.
Sleeves, Ceilats and Satis..
Elegant Dress Goods.
ORGANDIES, -- . u
UERaGES, ,
G BEN A DINES.
JACCONKTS,
GINGHAMS. " .
OTyKg,and FLOUNCES.
Superior BuACK SILKS, vaiuu wwta.j
BIJICK PRINTS,
LAWNS,
GINGHAMS", .
j e .JtLPACaAS. - -. r'X-
,; " .. .-- "GRENADINES, lie,
'SILK DRE-SSjES".--
BUck anl Fancy, $t0 to 4 60. -
MANTLES
tS&t, Lace aad Linen, $1 to $10. ..
j v, SHDE6, HOSE AND GLOVES,
Tor LaHes and lilt ie.
Meii's, YoutUB' and Boys' Goods
A complete Stock ot .
FurniBhinE Goods Heady Made,
ALSO:
vine Clolhs. Casslmercs and Vesilaga. Doeskins. Drfl
llni- Sullns. Dran DEte. iic.'. Bjya' and Men'. Shirts,
-Stocks, CravatojBoots, Shoes. SUpperj, G"ovrs, Hattery,
tTsndken-hlefsi Hats-TrunkSrUmhrellai; 4tc,
Jvrrrhni v.mkIm and closet bciytr. - are lnvitid la
oxam)ne' ihe.Gods and prices, as tley are. olTJitd at
WlJOtesaiconwtau -jr low.
J. I- TATL0II,
oyM , 184 Maid .Ireet
rn BBLS. Champagne Cider, received Oils day by
50 oyl9 H JI POTTER.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL OFFICE, 1
TVEtDA--May II, 1357, . (
Cottok. The scarcity of slock -on -hind and the few
operators In the market our report Is without Interest.
We see that Trance and the united states nave Been uy
tag in their suppUes whilst Km land hat beta holding off.
her receipts being short S58,311 bales. From all the ship-
pingports'bf th United States, tip to this date we find a
falllngufl" of 502.627.bes a compared with that of last
yearlhls time. We hare no change In prl-es, conse-
o,uently we continue quotations without alteration
MEMPHIS COTTOrt QUOTATIONS.
Inferior
Ordinary
Good Ordinary.
Law Middlings
Middling
8 Ot 9
Strict m.IJilDR.13KllK
Good MIddling.l3liM
Middling Valr..l3KU
Fair, scarce.... nominal.
..10 10K
..1OS0U
..11H
..15S13
ItlCCIPM Or COTTOX AT NEW OnLEASJ. The
receipt, at thU psrts since 1st September, (exclusive of
the srrlvaL from Mobile, Florida and Ten. ) are 1,4.505
SEW ORLEANS MARKET.
From the Price Current. May 20.
REMARKS OX THE MARKET FOR THE PAST THREE
DATS.
CottoK Arrived since the lBth instant, of Louisiana
and Mississippi 2273 biles, Trnnetsee and North Ala
bama 2M, Arkiusas 310, MoblleTIl, Texas 101, Florida
18; together 7107 bales. Cleared since the 15th Inst.,
for Liverpool 500 bales, Havre iGAS, Vera Crui 631, New
Tork 227, Btston 2, Philadelphia 250 ; together SiSG
bales. Stock lit preiu-s, and on shipboard not cleared on
h islh Instant. 115 1X1 bale.
nn, ist irooirt oosed unon a week of excessive dullness
I m the Cotton market, with prices mostly nomuul, and
'the general market continued very heavy on Saturday,
ythouih some few parties came forward and took about
fae LSS00 bales. On Monday morning the .iUfa'a advices, one
weex later, were wemre uc puuii, "
voraUe tenor and advanced freights the market wasnear
ly at a stand, only two or three small letbing disposed
of, barely amounting to i56 bales. Tekterday more buy
ers came forward, but the offers of many were below the
views of holders.who generally continue to maintain a good
degree of firmness. There were sale, however, to the
extent of about 6500 bales, and prices, which had been
unsettled, depressed and almost nomlna', attained to
more steadinets and firmness, especially after receipt of
tLe Xiagars't adies, though the flgnrea are still nomi
nal for the li,wer grades, which are wholly neglected. The
als for the three days sum up 8350 biles, taken for
Great Britain, the Continent, Spain and the North.
COMPARATIVE PRICES OP COTTON,
At this date, in the following years, with Rate of Freight.;
to Liverpool, ana of sterling exenange.
IS57. 1856. 1865.
Inferior 5 10 sj 7M
Ord. toG. Ord 10K612K 8 9Jf 8X 8K
LawMWdllng 13 I3V 9X 9K 910
Middling I3H13H 10W810S 10W10
Good Middling li!14M 11 UK 11 I1H
Middling Fair. 14H 11K11K
Fair I5
Good Fair nominal. nominal.
Good and Fine nominal. nominal. nominal.
Freignt d. d. I d.
to Liverpool. Q5-16 H 3-16
Sterling I p. c. prem. p. c. prt-ra. I p.c prem.
Exchange 9S9K 9 9K 9H10K
LATEST LIVERPOOL QUOTATIONS.
May9. I 1S57. I 1856.
Fair Orleans I 8H d. I 7 a.
MlddlingOrleans.. 1 7 13-16 d. 6 S-16 d.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st September, 1S56 .Bales 6,935
Arrived past three days....
Arrived previoasly..-?.....
.... 7, tin
,...1,471,117-1,479,224
1,465,219
9 23S
.1,340,50-1 1,319,715
Exported past three days..
Exported previously, w".......
Stock on hand'and on ship-board.
135.4SIJ
Tnmrrn Uiirinr m,-.t nf the lime since "our last re-
roortthe wcalherhts beeii: of an nnfavo-abls character
for handling t emplesf bai'we tmierttand that cne or two
round lots that had been previou ly under negotiation
have been closed, thougluwe have not been able to learn
nvninlcBUraTistoo.niiltv, prices, ac. me oa'y saje
we could authenticate was 37 hhds. at 13 K cents? I.
We continue tcuquote fer
Luas Factory a V9 ."
" Planters' 9 VI1
LEAr Inferior to Common 11 12K
Fair 1 13M
" Fine HXlBi
" Choice Selections 16 18
Feosted (new crop) SJiffilOf"
CorrEE There has been no further change of impor-
taaoe to notice inthe.CoS"e market, the demand having
been ef a very limited character, and the extreme range
of prices 9Kllc. tar inferior to prime. though most of
the sale-, amounting to tome aouu Dags,nsve ixn. ai iuc
p B One further cargo or 7500 bags has arrived at the
Quarantine station Wlow tne city, ana or one ouuu .acts,
bef Os rrport .d at Quarantine, has reacbtd the city.
Sugar IVouftfanu The receipt, are so trifling and
the stock oa hand so light that tbe transactions are ne
cessarily of a very limited character, at rates within the
range of the following quotations :
Inferior noae. I Fair to Fully do.l0KHK
Common to Good I Prime to Choice. 11
Common. 9HWH I Clarified llfifcJi'-M
Molasses Of Louls'aaa only tricing lots are arriv
ing, and the sales have ranged at 63c V gslton for Fer
menting, C4C5 for prime to choice Retailed in barrrls,
and 67 in half barrels. Refinery Re boiled sella at 6770
gallon, according to quality. Tbe lait tales ot West
India whlca we noticea wit at tu f gallon isr rorio iuco
inboEsheada. 56 for Cuba Muscovado in bogtbeads, acd
5S, in barrels ; but yesterday 1C0 hogshead Cuba brought
the advanced rate of 53 j gallon. Only 605 hogiheads
203 barrels hare been Imported since our last rtport, all
to refiners.
ST. LOUIS MARKET.
St. Louis, if tr 22. In breadstuff to-day we notice
additional fl -mnets In corn, wheat and flour, and an sd
vance in oats. Hemp steady, though Inactive. Provis
ions very firm. Groceries without change, excepting an
Increased dullness In coCVe. Minor articles as last no
ticed, except cotatoes. which .re looking upward.
Wheat Sales small with a 11m I tea supply on ice
market, and holders firm. We notice tS sacks poor fall
at SI 23 : 43 red at al 52 1 439 do!at SI 66, and WO prime
white, including sscks, at 31 so, me latter re snippea
frnm New Orleans tc tbis clti .
Flocs City seperflne firm at $7 25. with sue. of
small lot. on ordira. CouDlrv firm at Quotation, with
sales of S3bbls fine at 'SOS; 160 kbit low grade tuperlne
at6; 100 do do at $6 25; 125 Ib't superfine at SG 60 ; SO
bbls choice do at i6 75: 125 bbls extr.r on Its merits at
$636; loo bags itta at Siou; vbtiuis cnoi--e couniry
extra at $9.
. w. cherry,.
Prctufenf.
.D. B. MOLLOT,...
Secretary.
..C. It HAILE,
Tretuurtr.
Memphis Life and General Insurance Cemp'y.
(LATE C. W. CHERRY It CO.)
Exchange and Bank Noto List.
New Tork Exchange K1 pren
New Orleans " Kl prem
St. Louis H1 prem
Cincinnati " X Kprem
Louisville " X .tprem
Ga'd I t;iHprem
Silver 1 2 Prem
Land Warrant hlgbett price.
Loaltlaua Bank N tes parts Kprem
Northern " " par Mprem
All uncurrent mon-v bought and told. Arkansa.
Swamp Land Scrip bought and sold. ray!
Trustees' Sale.
BY virtue ot a deed la trust, executed to me tbe loth
day ot March, 1R65. I will .ell at public auction to
the highest bidder for (Jam. wts jo.'s is, io,38. is, oi
H. W Hill's nb-divlsioa of original county lot No. fill,
as laid out by Wm. Crane, City Engineer. "The above
lots will be sold on the premises on the 2Sth day of May,
1S57. 11. 11. WADDKLU
eit6 Trustee.
.fust Received.
f CA BBL3 Extra and S. F. Flour;
X t) J 35 casks Bacon Sides, Hams and Shoulder. ;
ISO bbls. and balf bbls lUrrls' aa Ale;
60 casks quarts and pints Lindon Porter;
150 tbis Dexter', .ad Ficken's Whisky;
lOi dozen nostcttet's Stomach Bitters ;
50 baskets Piper Heldleck Champsgne;
25 bbls. Msckerels; 50 kits Mackerel;
100 dozen Cove Oytera; 60 boxes Pickles;
50 gres. Garrett'. Snuff, in buttles and papers;
ISO boxes Star Candles; 75 boxes Virginia Tobacco:
25 boxes Lemm Syrnp; 25 b xet SmokingTobacco;
6(1 boxes Pie Fruit; 25 dozen Brooms,
55 boxes Soda Crackers ; 25 bWs Pic-Nic Crackers ;
60 cozen Wash Boards ; 50 boxes Starch ;
60 Coil. Manilla Rope, all tltes.
ALSO:
Sugar. CoSVe, Tea, Molasses, IVemons, Figs, Ralslnt,
Almonds, Pecans, Filberts, Eng. Walnuts, Sardines. &c,
Forsa'eiy J. P. yRAKiit,
myl7 No. 35 Front Row.
560 YARDS BLACK SILKS!
Black Satin Stripe Grenadine!
FANCY GRENADINE ROBES!
BLACK AND FANCY BEREGE HOBES!
GTJTTA PERCHA. SKTHT COED!
FLOSS SILKS I FLOSS COTTON I KNITTING COTTON I
Just received and fer salt low tor cash. Dally expected,
3,500 Yards Summer Prints !
roylQ-dtwaw2w J. I. TAYLOR.
Hosierv!
rnnr IJUaKXi note ana usu nes-, en osnu aau, ior
uUUU tale by jamu xai . uu..
msrll '- aiain sireei, uiuisviue, ay.
RAN AYFA Y S200 REWARD.
m BAN AWAY from tbe subicrlber, while, at work
A on the Germantown Plank Road, in the month of
r juiv latl. IKO nesru ucu, t;
W! MORGAN, about 35 years old, black comp'exlon
Will weigh aboat 180 pounds, 6 feet 7 Inches bighrl left
handid, and bat a small scar on tas left side of hit race,
rather quick spoken,tloop enouioerea, ana prooaoiy marl
ed with tbe whip.
ISAAC, about 23 yeart old, black complexion, about
feci 6 lnchet high, will weigh 160 pounds.
A reward ot $100 wlJ be paid for either, If taken out
of the State, and $50 for cither, if taken, within tbe
Sta'e. H. O. STARK.
FiklervUIe, May 15th, 1S57. myi7-Jaw2ra
NO. 2S2 MAIN STREET.
TTrrn are weekly receiving addltlom to our already large
VV and well assorted .lock of STAPLE and
DRY GOODS, to which the attention ot th trade 1. re
specif uUy Invited. JU. VKsr fa CO..
my!2-dawlm No. 282 Malnttreel.
FOR SALE A GREAT BARGAIN.
CORNER LOX 109 feel on Jone's Avenae ana
170 on Roberson street, near Col. Dupree't' rril-
'I d-nce. Alto. Storehouse aad Iaie on Court
street. Apnlyat Jfo7 6 Cvurt .Ueet. to
myl0-2w t J. W. WATSON.
To Sportsmen and Hunters!
T WOLFF ha. removed from Wuhlnglon street to
'SU No. 169 Mauribrtweva Wisbtagton-and-Adams,
where, by having, larger place for workmen, Gunsmltb-
ing in all itsbranchei can now beiatced.oalwlth greater
dispatch and in better style.
Remember. No. 169 Msln Ureal, Memphis, at the sign
of tte big UUN. mc-uiwEin
Prospectus;
inrci-wm-rTwlI! lttna ''locJte'a. Rial Ettatt Bui
ff itwill be orlated on eight page qut-rto. tbeet,
with newndntat type, andafUrthe first number will be
Itsued on tie tecond Saturday In taca monta. me iu
obleei. or the UaUff frt wlil.be to portray-in true colors
the position o Memphis as a commercial and mannfac-
tnrlng city, to InrnlsU the price, oi .
merdal reports, a commercial directory', and give from
nm.t tim. a anccinct .Utement of tne vanon. iwu
a . . m.ii t Memphis, with price ot fare.
a Uaua a s -
trelghts, etc. Some little .pace will be devoted to litera
ture, anecdote, and general intelligence.
The price of the JJfJef In will be, to distant .Ubscribef.
$1, and to city .ub.eribers 75 cent, per annum. Poitage
,n.- neiivervtobacWbyme. Jor lnsertionof butlnest
cards and advertisements, the price will be $1 a line pet-
year, to be paid Invariably in advance, reopeny p.au
inmy hand, for .ale wIU be advertised In the BuHf.
free of charge .
I haTe net been able to get for tbi. number of my pa
per tbe heading, or railroad cut, but I have no doubt I
will have them in time for the Bert Issue.
mj24-lw Q. B. LOCKE. Anciluncr.
Hollo-way's Pills.
Habitual constipation predispose, the system to receive
infection, vitiate, the breath, and render, the whol
bedy impure. M.re purgative's aggravate the dlseaso and
impair the strength et the -ruCerer. ThU remedy, on the
contrary, permanently regulate, the excretive function,
and lend, vigor to the fr.me while It purifies the animal
fluids.
Sold at the mstufacfory. No. SO Maiden Lane, New
Tork, and by all drugsl.ts, at C5c., 61s.. and $1 per box.
my20-dtwawlm ,
Gray Heads.
THERE are many whose hair Is prematurely gray, that
by the use of "WOOD'S HAIR KEblUKATii , 4
bring It back to its natural color. This fact ; testiuca
by our ea-Senator Brcetc and many others.
To be had of O. J. Wood & Co., 114 Market street, st.
Louis, and ot dmggUts generally. my20 daw3w
"Woodland Creamy"
A POMADH for beautifying the HAIR highly per
fumed, superior to any French article Imported, and for
halt the price. For dressing Ladles' Hair It has no
equsl.-jlving it a bright, glossy apptarance. licenses
Gentlemen'. Hair to curl In the most natural manner.
It remaves dandruff, always giving the Hair the appear
ance o being fresh shampjoed. Price only fifty ourn..
None genuixe unles signed, FETRIDGE ft CO.,
r,Proprielors of the "Balm of a Thousand Flowers."
ta For sale by all Druggists. ' apl7-deodly
Asllima.
JortA. Whitcomb's Remedy will a'waya aSbrd Im
mediate relief, and generally cure this distressing com
plaint. Persons who suffer trom periodical Colds and Ca
tarrh, will receive great benefit from this Remedy, if ta
ken in season.
Prepared by Joteph Burnett & Co., Boston.
For sale by .11 Druggists, at $1 per bottle.
For sale by a MANSFIELD i. CO , Memphis.
my20-dtwawl w
It lias oeen said
THAT "experience is a thorough mssler," and few
wish to be taught by it; but the lessons thus learned are
indelllbly lmprrsted upon our recollection. Thit beiag the
case, we would recommend to such of oar readers not ex
empt frem the attacks of the Fever aad Agoe, so preva
lent In lhl. section, to profit by the experience of others
who have used LEONARD'S SOUIH AMERICAN FE
VER AND AGUE REMEDT. and. when compiled to
use a remedy, to retort to this one; and to prevent an
attack It should be oceae tonally used. Hundred, can tes
tify to it. worth, by experience.
my20-dtwawiw
FREE EXHIBITION.
THE STAR GALLERY bow tffer. for exhibition the
flnett collectloc..fllL PAINTINGS of any Gallery in
tte country.
Tho IMPERIAL PHOTOGRAPH Is one of tbe leadta;-1
picture., of the day. Made only by PARK 4s PEP-
LOW.
The HALLE 0TYTE the mott wonlerful picture ever
msdc can be seen at the Star Gallery. Made at no
other Gallery In the city. Go see them. my!2
ITliitc Teelli, Perfumed Breath
and Beautiful Complexion,
CAN be acquired by using the "Rs,lm or A Thou
sand Flowers." What lady or gentleman would re
main under the curse of a disagreeable breath, when, by
using the " Baui or a Thou.asd Flowers " at a
dcntrlfloe, would not only render It sweet, but leave the
teeth white as alabaster? Msny persons do not know
tbelr breatb 1. bad, and the subject Is to delicate their
friends will never mention It. Beware ot counterfeit!.
Be sure each bottle Is signed.
PETRI PGE & CO., New York.
X3 For sale by all Druggist.. - apl7-deodly
A NEW DISCOVERY.
THE many evidences adduced In thlt city place It be
yond doubt as to the permanent cure of CONSUMPTION
In all of Its forma, by the continued useof Dr. SLEDGE'S
HOARUOUND rECTORAL. CROUP relieved In one
minute. pn
Epperson Springs
ARK located In Macon county, Tenn , oa the water, of
Trammel Cretk. four mile, east of the turnpike lead
ing from Gallatin, Tenn., to Scottsville, Ky., and will
be prepared for the Teoeptlon of visitors and invalids by
tbe 10th of May. TWS place Dtt aireaay acquirea a rep
utatlon widely circulated, for thehighly medicinal chsr
acterof it. watert. four different varieties, and are now
being visited by very many living remotely, who go In
s arch or a healthy aad de.lghtf ul sunnier retreat; not i nly
the invalid but tbe seeker titer tenure, healthy pastime.
andtport; there being wl.hin a abort ride from tbe
Springs a place where deer It frequently teen, and streams
abounding In trout and other kind of fish; besides, vari
ous wild enlmals, foxes, equirrels, rabbits, wiki cais,
wild turkeys, He
ir. De Row. out of the former DroDrletors. having pur
chased tup eatite interest in tbe Springs, li.s associated
with him his sob William, well known to all wno vlsitea
the SDrlne last Summer. Having gone to considerable
expense InreSttinis and enlarging our mean, ot accom
modation, we natter ourselves, we win oe aoie to soa ma
terially to the comfort of all who may favor us with a
visit, having during the past winter put away near one
hundred thousand pounds of veiy floe Ice. We have had
built. 12 additional bedrooms, besides a large one 60 by
20 feet, lattice on each side, to afford air. In which the
lovers of pleasure and social enjoyment wm naa ample
oom for recreation.
The medicinal character of the several Springs have
been so often published it Is thought needless to do so
now, from the fact that Piof. Saflord, our Slate Geolo
gist, has been engaged In the examination of some of
these waters, and designs to complete the whole upon the
premises, during this summer, wnen tne sum oi a t
analysis will be given to the public in connection with
this nolle?, or embraced in a report made out by himself.
It Is considered only necessary to ssy, that chronic aflVo
tio' s of any of the more Important organs, exhibit tbe
efficaevof the Spring, particularly those of females. In
case, of diseased kidn y. and bladders, cutaneous di
e.ses, indigestion, dispsy, &c., they have In very many
cases acted Hkea charm, and in all have afforded relief.
Ample testimony as to" these facts could be afforded If
necessary.
Dr. DeBow will take nlessure In giving such advice to
invalid! and others vlil' log here as an expertmce of 28
or 3Q years may enable bltu to give, and will be always
nresent should his profisslonsl services bo required. He
availi himself of tbis method to return ou numerous
friends and visitors his hearty thsnks for their liberal
pttronage, and again ask a contlnu tree of the same, v ith
the assurance that neither of ut will spare rimer time or
pains to render all comfortable who may sojourn with us
in future.
Having secured Ihe services of W. w. Peterson, the
onbl'cmtvbe sssured of a hearty ch'er In the dlnim
room. Our stable too will be well attended to. Our
charges will be as low as the tlm a and seasons will ad
rait of. tlz:
For Regular Boarders, or those remaining oneweek and
more, washing extra, $1 per day. . .
Children ot 10 yearn of age and under, and servants,
half Drlce. Horses 60e. ptrday.
Transient Vlslto'. will be charged 0 cents per meal, or
from 21 60 to Slperri-y. For extra services a reasons'
ble charge will be made. Washing, Ironing, Ac.. $1 per
dozen. Fer pressing cr ironing dresses for ltdl's, half
price. mystu-twam
J. B. SHAEPE,
WHOLESALE
TOBACCO FACTOR,
11 o. 23 Front Howr,
MEUPniS, TENN.,
TiILLS and orders filled with the Genuine Article at
JJ manufacturer's prices. One hundred different
brands constantly on hand.
my23-dawly
Garrett's Scotcli Snuff.
Iftfi DOZ Garr-ll't Snuff, la bottles;
UU 25 gross " " packs;
6 bbls " " bl.aaers;
And all other brands of Scotch Saufl. For tale by
my23-daw2w WARD & JONES, 229 Main tt.
. Quinine.
1 fififi OUNCES pnre Sulph. Quinine. For rale by
X l U J . my23-diw2w WARD X JOXE3.
. Paints Rati Oils.
nr BBLS. Pure Linsreuuili
2D 20.0001s. pure White Lead;
10,000 lbt. pure Zinc White;
10 bbls. SolTits Turpentine;
And Palais of all colors, dry and in cU; Varnishes, &c.
For sale cy wajiu a. ju,u,
my23-da2w 229 Maln-tt
OFF FOR C ARLESTOX 1
All who are Going to Charleston,
After they procure tbelr Badges, Tickets, etc.
will want
something to
READ
OS' THE WAY!
The place to get It I. at
Geo..Tattison & Co.'s,
253 Main Street.
Where will be found.a large assortment of thelatest lit
nlnranf InAtlar.
All thejatett cheap Publications, Magazines, Newspa
pers, , g. IWM. - mj .
notice;'
t WILL be found at the W .tor's office dally from 10 to
X 2. Those having business with the Mayor mist 'call
there In these hours.
DAN. HUGHES,
mj23-lw
Mayor, pro. tern.
Take 3otlce ,
A LL person. Indebted .to the" late firm of Ferguson
iX-Nelll &"Black, either by nste or account, are "hereby,
notifiedthat unless" they make '.ettlem nt pf tbe same" by
the 1st day ot June, prx.,-they will be placed 'la tbe
bauds of aa officer for coiwcuoa.
ROBERT BLACK,
J. H. WILBURS'.
mylS-dtwawlm oi the aforeesld firm.
r n xi in MivnniTTV.
WE are xuthotized to announce SaUURLT. MORGAN
as an Independent candidate for Mayor. J
FOR ALiDE EIDIJGX.
W are autborized and rrqnesUd-te announce J. D
DANBURT, as a candidate fur Aide nam vt the Fourth
Ward.
WE are, author li-d to announce TI10MA3 J. FINNJE
a. a. candidate fur re-election as Alderman ql the Fourth
Ward. ,
to the Voters or Mesiphis: I accept the sail
made upon me to run'for Alderman la the Sixth Ward,
and If tleclrd, will serve the pit pi falthfjiny.
myI5-te R.;IU PERRY.
To thiEiliort of thi MtmMi Avvtal:
7
With reference to the call made on me a few
dev. ago to become a candidate for re-election at AWetrotn
of tbe Fourth Ward, permit mo to say that It my feBow-
citliens are satltfisd with tb course I have pursued in
the Bsard the past year, and will re-elect me. my past
experience will, I trust ensble me to serve iheni more
efficiently than I have hitherto done. And I neoLaot
ssy that I have the great we.l-belng of our prosperous
city much at heart, and for Us prcsperity I am wiiuog to
labor; and having studied to know what ts right, I will,
It re-elected, dlscharse ray. doty faithfully, and without
tbe fear or favor ot any man or set of men, and with an
eye single to our city', prosperity at home, and her repu
tation abroad.
I aball be absent several weeks, and mntt leave the
matter to my fellow ciliians to elect me er cat si trey
choose. VeryretjecctfnHr, , .
THOMAS jjAMES FINNIE.
Memphis, May 21. 1357.
FOIl RECORDER.
3" WBareauthoiUedto announce HUME F. HILL,
Esq , as a candidate for re-ejrctlon to the office ot Re
corder. . .
WE are authorised to announce Major GEORGE W.
FISHKK aa a candidate, for Recorder at the ensuing mu
nicipal election - tp25
' . FOR CITY JIARSHAIi.
WE are authorised iand requested to announce ENOCH
ENLOE as a endidate for City -Marshal, at the ecsaisg
electlen. . . apgs-t- -
we are authorized ard rf aue.ted to announce FRANK
BYRD at a can lidate for City Marshal, at the June elec
tions. "J"
WE" are authorized to announce C-
VAN CAMPEN, as
rayS.
a candidate for City Marshal.
W2 are authorized lo announce JOHN SM00T, at an
Independent candidate for City Marshal ' TarS
WB are authorized and r en nested to announce JOHN
W1LKERSON, as an Independent candidate for City Mar
shal, st the ensuing election. " my5
art: are anthorized to announce JAMES O. REIN
nARDT at a candidate for tho off.ee of City Manbal, a
tbe ensuing Municipal Election In June next. inarl9-to
FOR CITY TAX COLLECTOR.
nrR re antborized to announce WM. UNDERWOOD
at a candidate for the uf3ce of City Tax Collector., myj
FOR CAPTAIN OF DAY POLICE.
WE are anthorized and rf questid to announce Captain
W. C. CAL'SET as an .ndprndent candidate for the office
of Captain of the Day Police. P26
WB are authorized and lequested to announce J. F.
JOnNSON tt a candidate for re-election to tbe office of
Certain of Day Tollce. at the ensuins Juae elections.
mie .
CAPTAIN NIGHT POLICE.
in are antborized to announce FELIX G. BUTLER a
candidate forOsptain of the Night Police, at the ensuing
eltction. P26 te
GEO. FLAHERTY & BRO.
vVVTl ARE selling oat, wiih
CWiaVil out -reserve their stock oie
SS:.C0O. consisting of II-r
,nJ . ANOS from tbe most eel-
ebrated mskers, such as Chickering &. Sons ; Furniture,
from a Kltch-n Table to the mott elaborately carved
Rosewood Setts in Brocatelle and Plnsb.
Carpis, Curtains, Floor Oil Cloth Mattresses. LookUg
Glasses, Ottomsn F ames. prepared for esibrord-red cov
ers, OfrlCi Furniture, Refrigerators and Shower Baths.
Sa.h of every variety; Siatrs. Newels and Bsnl.ters
600 on hand at all times. Dialers visiting our city are
invited to examine our stock.
Pianos tuntd aad rcpair.d by a professor or long expe-
rl'nce.
Ware Rooms corner Main and Union streets, u empoi
nij!l
Itcfrifferntors.
SCnOdLfiT'S.EtK't Kffrlgtrators (the beat in use)
of every variety, for sale -t ilaHufacUirer's prKs,
by mylO gtSXSNBT CO-
Fee Boxes.
McKINNEY k CO. are lu receipt of a large number of
lc- Boxes, per steamer Wm. faird. g.yl
SltoiVer Ruths.
T EBMIS Patent Combiaatioa 'Ot Shower Bath aad
Washstand. Also, Wardrobe Shower Bath, far sat. at
mjlO McKINNEY &. CO'.
Ice Piclcs,
AVERY desirable artleie lor breaking lee. far sale at
mylO McKINNKY fcCO'S.
Canton Maiting;.
1IXTY-FIYE pieces Canton Mattings, 4-4, 6-4 aad 6-4
) wide for sale at
myiO McKINNEY h. (XPS.
PIA2TO FORTE, FURNITTJBE,
s Carpet and Curtain Rooms.
PIANOS of A. A. Gale
& Co., Ltghte, Newton k
tt
Bradbury; Rosewood, m-
bgany and Walnut Parlor
and Be-! Room Furniture, Sofas, Divans, Bureaus, Ward
robes, S cretarles. Cottage Ma'ble Tup Bed Room Soils,
and a large assortment or Common Furniture.
Spring, Hair, Moss, Cotton and Shuck Harnesses maoe
to order Oil Carpeting, from thtee to eighteen feel
wlda; Tapestry, Brussels and Common Carp-ts. Trass
parent Shades and Curtains. Carpets, Certains and Cor
nices, made by an experienced Upboltttrer. Looking
Glast and Picture Frame-t made to order Piano. taad.
and all kinds of Musical Instruments repaired by expe
rienced workmen. H. M. GROSVENOR,
Main street, between Madison and Monroe.
mar27-daw6m
Just Received.
CASKS assorted Coidial n store and for sale by
H. H. POTrER, Maln-st,
Third door North of Worth -m nouse.
100
myl
1002
CASE3 Lemon Syrup lust reeeived aM fer sale
n. U. POTTER. Main-tt,
Third door North or Wersbom House.
myl
-STRAYED,
FROM tke tubscrloer, on th2d Instant, two
mare MULES, medium tire ; one a Unht sorrel,
the other a dark bsy ; both have mark, of Ear
ner.; the bay has old shoes on her fore fret.
1 wc- ill give a liberal reward for tbelr delivery tome, or
any formation to that I get tbem.
py.-i-tt JAS M. WHITE. Memphis.
"vVTE. MILTON,
2S Madison Street, Up Stairs,
INSURANCE AGENT,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
States.
Exchange and Note Broker.
I will atterd to the negotiation of all
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
ocl7
LEA & PERKINS'
CELEBRATED
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE
EXTRACT
PRONOUNCED BY
of a Lettr from a
Hedlcal Gentleman
At MADRAS,
TO HIS BROTHER
CANNOIS3EURS,
TO BE THE
at
woncESTEK, May, '51
Only Good Sauce,'
Tell LEA & PER
R I N S that their
SAUCE Is highly es
teemed In India, and is,
in my opinion. tbe mott
AXD APPLICABLE TO
EVERY VARIETY
H palatab'.e as well as tbe
OF DISH.
most whoieme stance
that Is made.
The tnlv Medal awarded bv the Jury of the New York
Exhibition for Foreign Sauces, wat obtained by LEA &.
PERRINS for their WORCESTERSHIRE SAUOE. the
world wide fame of which having led to numerous Imita-
tion, purchaser, are earnestly requested to see tnai tne
names of "LEA A-. PERRINS" are impressed upon the
Bottle and Stopper, and printed upon tbe labels.
Sole Wholesale Agents for tne untiea siaies.
John Duncan & Sons,
. 403 BROADWAY, N. Y
A ttock always In store. Also, order, received for di
rect shipment from England. ray9-ly2p
1l"n BBLS. Mcj Pork, received this dty and fer tale
U U by HANCOCK, CLARK &. CO.
myl 9
C A CASKS Clear Side Bscon. For sale by
OU mylS nANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
600
BOXES H and H box. Star Candies. For tale
by HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
myl9
300
BAGS No.
myl9
1 Rio CeffVe. For sale by
nANCOCK, OLARK & CO.
50
HHDS. Sugars.
myl9
For sale by -HANCO0K.
CLARK 4c CO.
rfV. BBLS. and H bbls. Molasses;
I ij 150 '- Whisky. -For sale by
my!9 HANCOOK. OLABb. B. UU.
300
BBLS. Flour.
myl9
For sale by
HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
50
BOXES Starch;
60 " Champagne Cider;
30 " Turpentine soap;
Pickles, Catsups. Spice, Pepper, Tobacco aad Olgars.
For sale by
my!9 HANCOCK CURK k CO.
Two Painters Wanted.
rp WO good experienced Palateis eaa find employment
JL. Iwsw " ' . ,.
mytl-Iw unman ijo.
Gyantl Gift Enterprise.
BICH JEWELBY GIVEN AWAY.
fir cat Inducements offered to
Furcliascrs.
fTiVERY per.in buying an aitlcle of Jewelry or Fancy
Lv Geods at my establishment aad pxy.tig two dollari
and fifty tsnt. for the same, shall be entitled to a ticket
tn the above Grand aif t Enterprise. . .
The article called lor oa .aid Ticket, shall be immediate
ly handed to tho party'drawing.
- The f ollowtnc It a Utt ot the Jewelry, kc, to be glyro
away:
HEAVY GOLDAND SILVER WATCHES,
CAMEO,.-' ' - f.T
. MOSAIC, - C .
XAVA PINS AND.EAR DROPS,
'' ' GOLD PENCIL OASES AND PENS,
. U. rHEAVY" GOLD FOB CHAINS,
LOCKETS. SEALS, '
RINGS. JtC, &C..&C.
TH0S. J. HARRIS,
UiyU-lm. At Locke's Salesroom, 262 Mala st,
rveirHks-i
!5W
JEL
'XT'
IfEHM & CO.
BEY GOODS.
Corner Main and JefTerson-Sts.,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
HAVING purchased our Staple Goods prior to the
advance In Cotton, wo ate prepared td sen plain,
striped and plaid Osnaburz. Brown and Bleacbed Domes.
tic, and in fact all kind, of heavy Staple Goods at old
prices, Brown and Bleached Domettlc, from five -cent,
and up. Yard wide Sea Island Browa Domestic onlv ten
cents; fine do twelve cents.
Our stock of FaNCY GOODS Is Complete, havlaga
very large and full assortment of Silks, Organdies,
Lawns, Stc. Our White Goods we pay very particular at
tention to, and can tell Swls, Jacone-, Mull, Jtc., Ae . of
the very best qualities at prices ranging nomr ten to at t
cents.
Every one should examine oar HOSIERY, and more
especially our SHOES, which we have manufactured to
order and can warrant. Why ha. net worn a pair of our
FINK KID BOOTS, linen lined, faced with white kid, at
$125 per pair ap29
JLelmmn Gos
Having the Agency for
Wheeler & YFilson's
SEWING MACHINES,
SELL them fox the manufacturer, at their prices, ad
ding trelzh and insurance. e
We nave also the agency for
Singer Is. Co.'s
PREMIUM SEWIXG MACHINES.
Both Machines can be seen Id operation la" the lllk and
bonnet room of cur store, ttiUhlng, seaming, hemming,
gathering, binding, ice sewing either tbe finest et silk
or h aviestof osnaburg, doing tbe work of" ten or fifteen
taaies eacn aay.
TO MERCHANTS
we offer a fall stock, agreeing to duplicate their eastern
bills. Please examine our goods aad Prices.
ap29-lmiaw LEHMAN & CO.
TO
To those who loro their FejIIow Beings
I HAVE a Remedy (purely vegetable) for Vever anl
Agn, iits, and Falling Sickness, which hat nevr
be n kn vrn io fail. It is as pleasant, and as cheap, as it
is efficacious. Any person who will sei d me the nsmes,
aad directions to the residences, of ten individu.it sick
of Consumption, or any disease of the Chest or Luugs, or
sufiericg from a broken down and .battered Constitution,
will receive as a reward this Recipe, ltemtodi-s full In.
ttructloss fur making and administering tr.ii wonderful
Medicine Address, DR. TRACY DELOBMB,
niyS-dawlmls New York Post Office.
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
a NEW-
SAVINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
No. 20 Madison Street.
THIS Institution, having been organised under a charter
granted by the General Assembly f the State ot Ten
nessee, It now ready for business. The Directors fer tbe
eataiBg year are :
FRANK M. WHITE, A'JH'ST H. i'OUTB, .JTetT.
C. J. SELDBN, E. M AVERY, Ccthier.
By the charter, married women aad child rea may de
posit all sums ot not les- than $1 per week, subject only
w tbeti control Interest allowed on all aepotiu tor
more 'jfff months, at six per cent, per annum, , f.x
change on New"T ' -Td New Orleans. .Ccflecticoa made
and proceeds promptlj r u,u . . . . .
Memphis. Trtin.. D.e. 7th. 1SSS. If .
FOR SALE. ; x-
Properly Near the City of Louisrille.
A HANDSOME COUNTY RESlDENCE.wllh
ESV ia thirty minutes drive of tl-e elty, wrlh
jLIl'l eighieea er ferty-five acres ef Laad, aeeestrbie
"".'J by the Turnpike atMl RaUioad, kbit within one
mite ot the Agricultural Pair Grenade Tbe tmprov.
meaU are all sew and of nvdern style. The Laad Is
of the best quality. Thl place ! well suited is a sum
mer residence for a Soutbrn gentleman. Per farther
particulars apply to Dr. J. M. KELLER. Memphis, er to
J. W. BRED EN,
my!2-dstw2w Real Estate Agent. Louisville.
WHITE SULPEUR SPRINGS,
Hardin County, Tenn.
(SECOND SEASON UNDER THE MANAGEMENT 07
THE PROPRIETOR.)
THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS will opened on
the ltt June nett, for tbe iceommodttloa et my
friends and th paMlc. I have a large lee Hoaae fan of
Ice. Aa exceikat Band of Music will b In atteadaace
daring the entire seasea. Th- Qrpot wtl be at Bnms
viile, so the Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
I have mide arrangement, with Mr. J. T. Chrdester,
who will nave plenty f fine Coacne. at the Depot. All
can rely on gling through direct tbe saase day th'y leave
Memphis. He will also have Co Buggies i nd Carriages
at the Springs.
apl-daw2m i GEO. SHALL.
roR
Sl'RING AND SUMMER CLOTIIING !
THE undersigned retpecttnUy call the attention ot
citlseos and strangers generally to our large assort
ment of SPRINO and SUMMER CLOTIIING, which can
not ne surpassed in quality and caeapuee s. Always oa
bind, a complete stock of Gents' WeaMag ApparreL .Call
and examine. No trouble to snow eood.
HESSE & LEVY.
Corner ot Madison and Froot Raw,
mylO-lm . Merrlman'. old .land.
WATCHES AND .TEWELBY
AT 25 PER CENT LESS
Than Any Other House in the City of
,rT stock comprises tbe largest and most varied assort
1VJL ment of JEWELRY ever offered in the city, con
sisting of the latest ana most lasnioaaow tiytcoi
DIAMOND. '
CAMEO,
MOSAIC,
LAVA,
aad PLAIN GOLD
Bracelets, Pins and Ear Drops!
'JEROME'S CLOCKS, of every style ami pattern.
ALSO,
PLATED WARE Castors, Cske Baskets, Knives, Spoons,
fac, bx. . .
ACC0RDE0NS, FLUTINAS and POLKAS,
AND
FANCY NOTIONS, of every description.
Which I shall dispose of at wholes, e and retail at
New York prices. TH03. J. nAKRIS,
At Locke's oaiesroom, -o-- Jiam m-i,
myl I-ly Memphis, Tenn.
MEMPins"lNSDRANCE COMPANY,
Itleiupliis, Tennessee.
CAPITAL $150,000.
Sam. Mosby, Pres't; Ben May, Seo-y.
orrxes ok jEFrxnsos stbbxt.
DIRECTORS.
O. Harris, 3am. Mosbt,
O. Atiibsos, T. W. Wilkissos,
O. GBEESLAW, T. H. AUXM,
A.
J.
J. J. BAWLI3GS.
mai7-tf
Hats! Hats! lints!
T1LACK. Drab. Pearl. Whte, Brown. Gray, Pur. ralm,
JJ Canton, Senate, Straw, Leghorn, Braid, Silk,Fiencb,
Malaga. Canada, Nicaragua, Panama. Attansat, &c,
low for cash. J. L. TAYLOR.
may!3-lm
Cor daae Oafcitm &c
SMITTI. COOPER k CO., 122 Frnt Street, New Yorr,
and 75 Tchoupetoulas Street, New Orlears, manufac
turers of Cordase. Oakum. offer Isr sale a fall as-
sortment of Manilla and Tarrel Rope. Navy ad Extra
Oakum, deliverable in New York or New Orleans.
myl9-6m
MAGNIFICENT ARKANSAS FARM
For Sale.
WE offer for sale a very superior tratt of iooo err
of Land on the M.esitiippl river, la Mltslstippl
mnni, t rtinm. line re il'e oelow the town cf Otceol.t
61 acres of tbe land Is la a high state or cultivation, and
60 acres of timber deadened. The tract Is entirely above
overflow by means ef alree. and drained by bayous or
natural ditches. We w.U sell a great bargain for half
cash in" this valuable Farm, as the price we atk, as we
are Informed, Is far below tbe market price ot tanas oi
equal value. Mr. B B Hardin living oo sn adjoining
I lantatlcn, will take pleasure in showing the Farm to all
who wish to examine- xorrms, o , auutrss.
j. i ec k. w. uttUH.i,
my9-dtwwtm UX Cherry St., Naibvllle. Tenn.
ANTHONY HOUSE,
Isittlo Sock, Arkansas.
THBaubcriber having Teeeatly purchaied the
ANTHONY nOCSE from John Colltnt, wUbet
to inform the public that he will be pleased to
see them at any and sit time, and contemplate
adding, renewing and refitting tbe whole Establishment,
and hopes to give general satisfaction.
my9-lm ii. aoo
Strayed or StoIenZ "
FRCM my premise sr oa Midi son street, about
fJ-Yte 10th or 16th ot April. a tmall DARK BAY
II ARE PONEY. with no white marksabout her,
but has a hare place nnder her breast Just behind her
fore legt where the girt It worn, caused by a anag ions
tail and flowing mane. . A liberal reward win be paid for
her. if deiiveredat OWEN fc OWEN'S, 275 Mala street,
or at my house on ilaatton street. '
- mayI3 3w :2TLES OWEN.
To tke Citizens of Mempkis.
.rpHE undertlgned purposes estab'.lshlrg-a 'Southern
I Per in -tew -crx, anaoesires psriicwan? me eu-
.coursgvment and support of tho dt'isns of Memphis, aad
of tne state or icancssn.
J shall for a few day remain at lhe.-Worsham ntra e.
and will taVe it aa a special compliment from the friends
"of the enterprise, tf'they win send me their names as
subscriber, to Th Southern llerali. Subscription z.
jaj6 X. A. RAMSEY.
?- Xa-'
,Drs. Jones t&UIarablc,
orrice-w
ADAMS STREET. OPPOSITE W0R3HAM HOUSE.
DR. JONBS' residence, SecenJ ttreet, near the Pott
Cffioe. Dr Harare's retMenee, Hevrunds street,
betweca Vance and Lladn. west tta toylS-dlm
B. H0WC0TT,
DENTIST,
socrts'on to dr. w. howcott.
HAVING prcsared nsyteit well to praciiee IVnUtlty
la Memphis; I rest eetf ally solicit the ntrsaas at
aU who may aer-i my .ervtees la tbe Dental lsoe,aad Had
myself to perform althepv aUaas-on the Teeth, aad hasett
arUfieUI teeth intheuaelf apawed style as weK aa U
can be daae la tbto nraey other ossaatry.
All tbe Tefertnoe I wtsb to give is a lair trial at my
wevk.
Office on Main street, cppoMto Worsbira Ucose.
myI9-6m
DR. TENNER atteoda exctaelvely to Surgical Diseases,
lull at Piles, Ftttate In An, Strietare., Stone la
Bladder, Uleers, Cancers, Tamers, Polypas, Diseased
Bone, and Jetoto. DesaraiHies trom Barns, Hair-Lip,
Contracted Ten dons treat lose ot Lips, Cheek. Note, Eye.
Ud, Ac, CII Jaw. from Sailvattot. and all other du
ces and deformities reqatrisg Surgical aid.
eaep20-dtwaw!yl -
MJlM
DR. FBNNEK also attesde to all DUeasea of the Eye
and Ear, aad la prepared, to Board PatiasU from a
dls taaoe.
Office on Main street. In Walker'. BaiMiag, reel
rf ice on Court street- septW dtwawlyte-s
r. n. UBOWJt,.
W. F RATES,
Memphis.
Hernando.
BROTFT ii. FILiZER,
A TTORNETd AT LAW. OtssatsXa Jarl Mala street,
A over B-nMU't Maeic Stare. MessspSJbs, Tea., and
Hernando, DeSothcoaaty, Mto.. WM anend promptly
to aH collection t and boeiaee eatrasted to them la West
Tennessee and Not th Mstkisetpgi. - . '
Refer to Tiaiit. Bro.ii.Oa, Pheiaaessmae , utsa,
nsrxtbaU i Sears, Wattor t- 9teiniei, JC. T.; fr. B.
Miller, Jenes, Brown is Co., W. J. Wshh&Oa.. Mem
pMs. aaHMawIy
J. HI. C03IEGYS,
HAS Jast retar-ied from a soar tnroagn
the Northern Cities, where-he acquired aB
the recent improvement, ia the scMnca of
Dntbtrr.
He is alto aalhanztd ta II licenses aad tnttruet rack
of the profession as mar wis It a kaowW-t of D. . Albert
A. Blandy's Cbeepiastlc mod of interna. Teeth.
Any letters addressed to him at Sosnei v ile and Browai
vllle, will meet with piompt attention my6-lm
DR. JOHNSON'S INFIRMARY,
ron, DISEASES Cr THE
EYE AND EAR,
tooE-rESjc?tL,Ta:to3srsj,
SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS,
AETTFICIAL EYES, &c.
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East or Comiuerxlal Hotel,
- WEMPUIS. TENN.
mayH-daw R- H. JOHNSONM. D.
DENTISTRY.
DHS. CHID8EY Js. LEWIS waaM call Ihe
attention of the pabMe to their newmelhed'
of ineerrllig ARTIFICIAL TEETH, by
which the natural expression f tbe face
is restored Ptrsooslnw niof fail sett, of Teeth, Ar
tificial Palates, or have unsatisfactory work are invited
to ckil. as we are satitfied from exp rleace thttwt can
not fail. myl 3ta
DENTAIa CARD.
'DR C. CHIVSBT, to mar-tog bts sin
cere ttaaake to the ettizecc et Memphis aad
lit vrli Rg. far the vtj neeral patron
age tteVed Iteea bow, wuM infatra
them that be has ateoeuied with Mm ta the practfc of
Deatal fofe-ry. Dr. E. n. LEWIS, a gcatMBtaa at tkttl
audsiiertee. myl-lm
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Men's and Tooth's Ceethmg,
Hats, Shoes, Saddlery,
Virginia Tobacco,
sLOTT FOR CAS 51!
Wholesale aad RetaB.
T. X! TATTjOR,
13! MalnS trie t.
00tSHwtwI)F-
Tfife ttjbseriber hot Jast iltej-sss. aaaSralar seur, a
flae assoetiaeat of Mea's aa Yaath's Oathhag aad
Furaleh ng GeoAs generally, eahndswr, aot ewary rcfaaa,
ttyie anduaality kaawa. tat a -vary exteaite variety esT
COATS, SBIRTS. HALF BOSK,
PANTS, DRAWERS, SCSfWf DKKS,
VESTS. UXDKB SHIKTS, GLOVrS,
RAGI-iNDS, COLLARS, OTS.
SACKS. CKAVATS, BAlTwJlg,
HANDK'CniBPS, STOCKS, JJilPlfBRS, see.
Iertw OC C3.M1
aeWdtwaw-ita ' J. L. TAYUW Maa-it.
Gnus and Killcs?.
LOT at Hons. Ritt.-s. Toaehea, Bar, Maeto, Hatae,
fie., of superior quality, afcted at east a lrtsiriss.
for cash loelose the let.
ap8-dwawa-a J L. TAT-tW. -ae-w.
Fine Cloths.
BLiCK ard Fancy iraca Ctoths ;
H aad 8-4 Fteech DeMkias;
fancy Catjf irae I
Uaen Datks aad DrtPreis ;
Batia. Oreeadlae aad Marseilles Veetfett
Pine Black ItalUH OssHm;
Bls.sk Fteaeh Braa de El.
Gentletaeti wantiag Phaa Cleths aad Ostslmens, v
pleaseeallat TAX sjri ,
mtI7-awlm itsi .atasi.
BOERHAVE'S
DOLLAXD BITTERS
THE CELEBRATED H JLL.VND T.EMKDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
LIVER COrVIPLAINT-,
1VEAI.XESS OF ANY KIND,
FEVER Af-aD AGUE,
SUCH as Indigestion, Acidity ot tbe S'omseh, Geucky
Pain., neirttmrn. loss of Aacetite. Despeodeacy.
Cesttveness, Blind and Bleeding Pile.. In aH Nervou.,
Rbenmatlc aa 1 Neuralgic AtrrCisons, it ia mm n
lastances proved highly beneficial, aad in others effected a
decided cure.
TbL- Is a purely vegetable compound, prepared en strict
ly scientific principles, a'ter the manner ot the celebrated
Holland Professor, lloeioave. Because ef Its great suc
cess In mott ef the European States, tt. tatrodnctlsn Into
the United States was Intended more especially fer these
ot our fatherland scattered hre and there over the face of
this mighty country. Meelfag with great success among
then, I now offer It to the American public, knowing that
its truly wondtorf id medicinal virtue, must be acknow
ledged.
Iti.patlleularly reeomraen-ea ia inoto iwmk
constitutions aay have been Impaired by the caclinuau.
use of ardent spirits, or otfier forms oi ausipairoa.
Generally lnstaataaeons in eflert, it find its way directly
to the seat of life, thrilling and quick' Ding every nerve,
raising up the drooping spt.it, and, ht fact, infusing new
health and vlgcrJa the tystem.
Notice Whoever ejpeet. te find thlt a beverage wia
be dl-appolnted ; but to the tick, weak an-! low tplrlted.
It win prove a grateful aromatic txrdlal, possessed of
singular remedial properties.
CAUTION.
The treat porulsrltyof this dellghtfnt Aroma has In
duced many imitations, which the public sbosUd guara
aralnst nurcbaslng Be net persuaded to buy anything
,iu mui von have riven Boerbave' noilaod Bitters a
fair trial. Oao bottle win convince you bow Infinitely;
superior it Is to all these imitation. -
Q-Sofd at $1 per bottle, or six btttles fer $5. by the
Sole Proprletc-s.
BENJAMIN JK., H.
SIAStrrACTVHIXO
Pharmaceutists and Chomista,
PITTSBURGH, PA. . ,
Tr-e-SoM In Memnhlv by S. MANSFIELD tcJQO.i
also by WARD k JOKES aad G. D JOHNSON. .
p7-iy -
IMMENSE SUCCESS!
Over Two Thousand Bottle- of
J. H. McL-AXS CELEBRATED STRENGTH-K
ING CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER
WAS add
last week,
and the de
mand is la
creasing eve
ry day. The
geat sale
that has so
very rapidly
sprang up
lor thu rem
edy, is w-
lnztoitota-
JtETAitlB-tilnsic mer- " TAW
Thousands of wtk treMe ari! debilitatel ih-boos in
thU city havebeea made healthy and strong by taking It.
It Is the best alternative la the world, aad the-onlj
rentedy that will parlfr the Wood, aad at the same time
strengthen ana invigorate tne wroie-orrraatzauoa.
It win effectually care alf complaint, of the lvet
Stotnach or Bawds, such aHvsr Complaint, Headache.
BIltousnes. Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Loei
ot Appetite, Nervous Diseases, Faintneer, Weakness, or
any disease ot the womo, tnneyacr uiaauer ; aaa re
move yellowness ot sores from the skin. It Is a tare-
nreteattve against. Yellow Fever, Chills, Ague and
Fever, Che'era. or any prevailing epidemic There Is aa
mistake about it. , "
r- Every bottle Is warranted to give rattsfictloa. Tn.
It ltt. very pteaSsnft It leivv. a delightful aromatic!
savor In the mouth after taxing it.
J. H. McLEAN- Sole Proprietor ot this Corini.
itii. lfctan's Volcanic fli; Liniment.
JJ-Principal depot on. the' earner ot Third -jaiX Pin-
struts, SL. outs, no. ror saic ia pr.u, uj
. IG'.K. JOHNSON. Agent,
corner MadlMn and Mato 'ricU,
Also, by 8. MAN3FIELD k CO.,
ttbJ-davcly Wholesale Druggists, Memphis.
53
scs. au'
tt
Leave, ea WEDNBSDAT, May 27th. at 3 r. M.
fiairo. I.oui3villo and CincinnafL.
MEMPHIS J. H. rrEB. Mattel; BBOCEt 0l2l .
i l.ilfTllri mrta a-ikiar
Bsc f retoht or oataar Wy 5UrJ
ar - . je, -
A. C. WUMB.01IAja ;
my2t-H
3Icmphi3, nhite River aEYapoIcg-.
U. S. MAIL PACKET, - ,
Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia & Cflneor-bt
JOHN T. SHIRLEY, Ma.tor....W3t. T. wyow, vwtra.
i. THIS new, tpjeBiuu aaa ias. ita(. .- -
Si havws been rorctaed for te.-pafkb;
liV? Trade in place of tbe James lAagatt,B .
2L3rnUnne resaiariv Is the trade, iearteg ;
Memphis every MONDAY and FRIDAY at2oJelackPi 1
M., puacinally, eoaaecimg aixapwreu
Arkarsas. river boatt takiag greight aalptsteager. to.
White river at regular rites. Retwraihl. leaves .,.p9. ,
(eon evftv TUESDAY and SASORDAT, arriving at Mem-- .
phis Sunday and Wednesday eveGlnz.
Tbanxr 1 far r-rmer paoaa,iu
wu,m.r)nu,ul!af ttl , 1IU ta their W- boat , ptW. TJ(
Mhbur .frir, c t tMltloa t BSlStaesait . .
LAVAlXJtTTX a. Jtuassw, "" A ,
fretght aatn oa .'clock ea MotsteTswtJdKJag-th.' e$-
lire day Tlartcyt, urt umutvBeereatixxiwsj.- fi,
ICE CEEA1 SALOGfS;
AKD
LADIES EESTAUEAKO
WHOLESAIVE .
MadiM Street, between Main anf &icoftf ."
TT AVI3J6 rrtssoT.d (rem tbe old stsati to'
11 besra leave throueb this medium to nttrt
it tbe ciucras r Mrmuhtt and sarreaatHB a
aaawroaa testimonials er tbelr aga xpptecisiieit
wrvics. and most, rssaectraily soIkBs a co-lhsaa
tli-ir kind c-atroaaze. aaeartiic them that Si sr a' to .
"piaase will be asstduoas as they have beest lTr. IBs,
t,adies Restaurant,
Is n.jW epea, where Meals will be serveji op si all hears, . -v
with the beet ihe market eaa aflord, preptrt Is Ameri
can or F reach style. Extra dunes for tatasHxs to Order. -Particular
attenUsa pant in torUtbiag WKBDIXfJsT,
PARTIEftV BALLS and DINNERS. UU -"
Ice Creams and Confectfons, f '
Reoammetv.1 themsalvrt. Hie . '
Soda Water,
Is tatnefactared bThtestsstf in tbe salv peevstafBoi team f
lata la tkls city. Ptroeag may, thescaw. saaMgei th it 5 ,
withoa' fear, that the acid can Base aay "oalne.t wMfc
copper or aay other msUls. j"
sLadies and Centlenicn, '
hn his bliadea atiansv, SPSCHT tnvtast jast taive!yBt
acan. - . -x.
P. 3. Whokteale Dealer, ire aarcraaiityeiBviiI k
come aad tee tar themrflves, a. hes msaataeloty eaaas .
be rxceiksL '
OrderMBsea th coaatry ptieniptljsrtesej to.
my22 --
Executors Notice. ; ''"
THE sahte-rihert haTiag tekest M letteas ot a litslnesf -trattoa
apa the estate at Cajrotfna Kattatan, dac4,
aB perse Mehted to the sot, are hereby aeeUkral ta- -:
make payeaeat, aad all atea havtog cl ias aita-aa.
istested to preseat tho- p -operly aath-aticated (at sV,
Ueraeot. js. in-UM
myl9-lm H. BOHNBR,
StectMara.
To tlie Public.
MESSaS. FLKTCHCR & KKK bsrisg sold their
O dibuss Line, we take t his me-bod if isfsnaiE.
the tra-.elig public that 'U the arrival ai.a oesait rest
all mail and accoer-Mlatvou trains cur Omc ibas see win
be la rrsdmett to cvavey pais nffis tn ard. IrOBtJIStlatt.
Dciy.t. and eLewhrra ia the riiv of Measthi.
Wl-ea vou arrive ra the city, cjill toe tke ?aitersa
Line, and tbe Pattersaa boys to wait an ye. BetssetatM
the first aad itsrator Una estaWi-he" lev the Osaveyaat
et the poMie to Maasahis. We wtH be pica WaRevr
yoa, aad thaahtat far your patraaage.
inuiihasa M at lhe Mrearhi aad fharlaelaa EaK-
1 rata Thro agh Ticket Osaee, tttmemal Hotel
BtytX tasm p. at Jr A XTMHotsst a. my.
FELIX WALSBB, C. SNIDER,
New Orieaas, La. CuheevUle, Xtts.
TTAI.1IER & SNIDER,
Cotton FactO'T-s
tT!nmtn;ciiin R?P.lr.llnisits. . v?
vvnMec-" 3 M
No. 123 Canal" Gtroet, ' -Sft
jttlyW-aawly NEW ORLH,'.iI3xIU -
. ITanted Zntniv d ietely
A'M AX wi heat a Umu r to take charge of ail
h rtbetv. Noae other thaa uae aasiaaj
ae.lv Aaolvto i M SHAW tCO
,i'-tt 1st ior trom artu-si m bsb-a
Pulley Blocks and Taclilo.
-TFST received, all site. PrUley Btocka aad TaeUa. tor
J hnieting parpeses. .-
JOHN II. JONES,
x tt xvr . isr -? ,
ri m baj or sell, has on band tt a.I tiaea Csperm nae,
X Poplar and Oak Lumber, near the Cha r Hi tea al-
Urpot liive Dim a nn
Valuable Property . on Slieioy,
Vuacc and 3iam-sxs. rorsaie.
OFFER tor osteon seasoaaMe tsmHtve Haw, test
iu rnstMtoet each oo the Boat tide et SbtShj
street by II ieet Jet- te ah alley, iheSoath tot hava
frost of ltAtee-.au Vaaea siract. Bach let has a ttae
rre4Aac ot cbrht reons seek, liMtea-, etototas, ato., aa
la perfect enter. . -AJw.
Letoa North te Vance street, Bast at ahste.
M teet treat by 109 feat deep.
AIo, Two Lou oa North xto of Vaaec street, Wttot
Mats street, 22 i feet treat each by M9 feet ree.
Also. Four Vmta oa Ma n street, aa wet mat eac- "J
109 ftttfeep to aa alley. Tbe Seah eae aMebktta
troBt ea the North trie el Vaace street lo jeet.
The above pfaoerty locates ta one et tae see wmzm-
tortood is the cKy, aad ts increatiBg la valae more tap
idly thaa aay-. ther ree ah-ace property.
! J.
Auctioaeer sad Be. Batata Beaker.
AECHITECTTJBE.
TOHX L. M8BGAK, Architect, faqrf-bes Ptafls,
.1 m.,-,a .i TiataBed DrawtsgSk gUMiloKI
Ereciloa ot BaiMtiags,Far-hes Aprax-BatEslIn
lets Contracts, kc , metK-arss Bri Watir, PKJ
PsiBtiag ant Carpeator's Work, Sua., glvej m
vatne u. Watk. the orloe lor which ao ashtiacM
m .rt. Partic!ar atte tiaa givea to Deaarttto-.-
Emhii'.iehaseB a ia Arcbltectaia. i-xrucaiar atve-twss
giver, to Ohareb Architecture. .
Jj- Hoc Efts io. 3 Kaisers otubb-s, cbsf-sf, .
ailm ,
HOOPS
, AT
HAVING r lv d the Agency for Memaleywj east
sappty the trade with tho varioaa styles, th whil-t
sad colored, of the v
Celebrated Holmes' Patent Seamlesa
--. . -a -W-P . a-a1 1 A- ,
vvnaieDone ioopea ri-
Ackaewledged by all ldles et Jaebrraeat aad good taste tax
be THE HOOPED SKIRT, pesseeslag all the retsatsKesvt
f asbtoa, beaaty aad eomtott osmhmed ; beMes keiag r- .
cemmeadet by the Medical Faealty of rrpeto la the dttrt
ot Philadelphia, New loi. ana isoeue, woere wi
takei te precedenee aver all others. - ,
FOR SALE Sleti, Brass, WhalsbtBa aad Baa
Hoops. LEHMAN k CO.,
myT-tf "
C noiceI risli Potato e 8 .
J C) Q SACKS for sale by
B. MEBaiLL,
No. 6 Mearaa, ttrwt.
nct'24
, MOEPE-R,
LOOKING-GLASS : GILT-SHAME
LD Frttoes re-glided-, Looktog Qtesee re-sllvered Oaej
new ATI wjrcwarraatid. OttPatotlags and PSs-
tares oo hand for sale, Washington street, betow TIeattew
my7 daw
Administrator-'s Sale. -
WILL tell to Mrs higet hMdef, ea the 25th day at
MAY. 1867, atiheiateresldeooe ef Wm. M. Dacis.
deeM. Horss, Males, Oewa, .beep, negs, Wtam re-
der, Ox-wagon aad Teaifi. Farmtag utensiw. Haastfsj
and K itchn Purniltsra, a1 ether Uoags tea aenieisus to
mnlloo .
TEBMS Note at MX monuss, saitstacioniy esw-,
payable ta Bik. - EMILY P. DBJs.
ray7-ta Anwiis.
Clerli's Sale of Real Estate.
BY virtue of a lafewei. the law-awe at lacimataa
lav and Chancery -aort of the cliy et Msatphi, at
,,- m .rrb T,,." ffi9.lbthe ease et R. E - CMw et. sle
ex-patte, I wiH setttotbhttbeiV bier, at pueic a-
Ustl, m iron oi my vic, .iotw.ww. v .
at lOc'dsckA ii.. on SATURDAY, th- Illb et
Jane, 1857. thfeitowlog described,properry, Hi wRs.
Ttventy-One Ieet of L.oti3:-.
Situated oa Mala street, ia th city ot Men: phis.
. TerrasOne, third casD, tne Balance in. one. ana mm
years with interest from date.
aaiUib9 4 niu&, sceiip.
mjis-'d By A. J. WnE--R. DtpairClt -.
Clcrk.-'s Sale of Real -Estate.-
BY virtus et a Decree or too law siue r tce-uennio-Iw
aad Chancer; Court of tbe city' Me-npSta. at
the-Maicl. Teim, lS57vlte caseet JaswbtGSeuet
als,ex-paite petition! I win sett to ihe bif-hst.'bir.
at puMic aactioa, en the "premises, on THUBSDAY.-the
25th tay ai Joae next, at 10 o'clock A. it., the foKowhsg
described proper ty, to-wit :
A Lot of 20 Acres of L.and,,
Situated near the Hernando Plaak Road, ape mMe treat
the corporate limit sad bounded en the Nod8j.Wftr
street, South by Tngg street. East by Oifeaa jhttf.
West ly land. o Dr. Walker. Said land fs suMrt!-
inU FIVK LOTS, eaea csota m trj-a Hf ' " t iunw.
site, and rao of :l welt d84. 0o ef the lBl .
very - il improve , aad oatatata -waJ&B Ut gjr trans i
dwi:i!.r. hease. A r particar tesiptte arm suir
ot the lots can bteenat ray eCdo9osbi ettttesc- Jas.
RobiniD, Eton"t!ie place. "
TeriLi Oiie"feurt , waiaw iu uu..
wIth,nUrtstfromdxteViRcTOj
mylG-td JSJ A. J- WjUglJDep y Ctof -
T.nfJT-ATTGEl DENN. .
ms well known aod ruUriQ-Hnet' resort, wtH bo
cpened aad kept tte nni-Me by. 'be sab.
SCIlbT.
nvlS-dltawatwlp
Enquirer copy
A' --tf AWRSWVl.
Wanted
fTlHE Cadct sional Glibe for IheJtot Ssk
X Twentr-Hrtn uengTet', sou bjj
. ex. Ki.ii.ih riAnreesa- for whieh other z
be exthmgr- or a liberal pifce given. They are watrt-f
to complete a let.
Inquite at this office. mjl-dlia
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