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THE DAILY APPEAL.
FRIDAY- JUNE 12, 1857 KUT1CK 10 ASMRAVTS FOR OFFICE AKD 11IKIR AH calle ma-a caDdKUtee lor jnaBleip! er HtteisUr- oa jet arja.fae repsies there, lire charged at this offlct at Ik rat ef St yereoMre. Sac advertisements nut b accotapejated wttt tke ee4 te secure attention, $"Fbe Criminal Court has been engaged onrtog lu pan iw way iw uyaac wuwlibsi --. gaWe rettm leasts to the clerk of the ""Tbe case of the State vs. Bolton drags ltscurw length atoBE befere Magistrates Pettit, KD- WAEItt sad BORX! Mote oa Sitardar. It B, perbapa, be Lrscgfct to Steamboat Collision. On Tuesday night lat th imimn raealoi. -a-a AJWseame to coBUton on the Ohio river, Mnn StattMeaa aad Paeaeab, which r-suited la tbe tinkiBgat the latter to her boiler deck. Th " oollitioa aoonrre three tb a mistake la signaling. The Ail-! vu a sterc-WBeef beat; asd run as a regular packet I wren Fa-aac aad Nasfcvtlre. Tatse are aB the par tlcaUrs we sears!. Scddek Death. Our crty was yesterday paintnlir atertM by tbe anoe cement el tbe sadden death of Mr. 7. KtXewAU)', Oi)4ilD ot tbe German Washiagtea-Eia Oaaspaay, and aae ef ear suet rrgp-ct cd citizen. He was lag. "health UBtil 6 o'oleck yester day morning, Wats be wa takes, wttb. apoplexy and con gestive cf tae ansa, and died 1b a few boars. Caputs Rikowald wag a satire of Germany, bat bad been a eit-zei cit Manassas tr a a mew of yei", where, by itrkt attention Sa baetaew, be bad aceemataled a handsome Utile fortuae. Be th aaecsi adasired by bt friends, aad respected by aB whe knew Mas. In all Ms intercosrse with Ms WWw aen, be desaeaaed etesetf as a tree f rlend an 1 perfect gentleman. Bis remains will be d posMed in JElxwoo 1 Ce-aretery at 3 o'eteofc tail create; 1. 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Having rJived tbe tBSKaMttaataey departed, bat shortly after rctDed, briagtsg wttb tbeai as assortment ef articles pc-.au tog lathe drag line, wbieb were reeorataed by Zr Jokes as roeertr bdoagiag to tbe arm. Tbe Tatae cl tie goods tbasaMatoed did set psalasCy aoaant to nire lhaa$l,bt tbe artRles weveofiaeh a description t"a a '.arga ajaaatltr coaM bave bees takes snd tse firm nc xaiss ieaa. TtieaoUoe foanUke gaed secrased aader Via porter's bed. Tbe saaa's name is MtcnEAL MIKA' XAV. aad be bad beesi ia tbe espley of Meiers. Ward AJuSEsaboat.aasaath. Tsay do not know bow ate tav beta esstea f raat saeat, bat Ina tbe fst af abaat a Jozm catcay bottles whioh etce canlaieted brandy wheat thyTalad at $tsr baUl', beiag taesd In bis ream, 1.3 pccolaUaas aassaat ta caattaarable. Misah ak was arrested aadstdoad to tae calabeose, where bewtn raesabi rtiltbe Gcaat Jar which H saw la sesslaa, att wf a 1 Us rase. Sew the pe.tce abUlaed talormatlaa whl :eJ tu ht arrest Is a j (Very to Messrs. Waed St Jckes. Tae taaaeis are deserrlBgof thasks for their ih-ewdnees. Rail read Celebration Thanks ef tbe Firemen. Memphis, Jsee 10, 18S7. - AtamectlBgaf the aehsjatesaf liseFire Department tsi'ed CaartealaM, Saraagab, aad other pdaees, bei at Exchaoga BsaL the faUawsas actisa was aaaniaausly aucrted- Desiraasaf rzpreKbagaar gratttadefor the kledsess ex code- to as dartagoar recaat txceisieu, we beg leave tw Tr urn tbaakc . r . Jir Veawble, the acocnpllibed bostef IbeTeaabie H it at HoBUviO. for bis ktod atteatiaas to aar waaU a,l -Titorts; also, for bis acceptable pre .eat to ear U-a. u Marahal ar a Jarye lasket of eatabteu aad driaka t a u uor war bast. To Dr. Seailb, at Ctaalaaeaga, far t s rrvBUUiac aHaatlsas vo aar sick while Ibey resalu tJ.aihatiowa. aad for which aa cba-ge wa atade. To lir parbasa, alsofarbj UniHy a-etstsaoe in eabttBg us t ; t ie lor those we lert in IMS place, aB4 ser sts ci t I'.niiom daring tbeir etay. To Cant. BaaHwIn t-J t" Indeaeadeat Fire Caeapany Na. 1, of Ailaata. for t ery acceptable breakfast, aad sassy 01 her aiieaOsns . 'r way to as well a the satesdid cslattee f araisbed as we retaraed. Ia this ounetotUn we caaaet Jail to .oa a v;4t of tbs Fire dflefmli , tope her with tbe Wast .ftct. Rifles. paii the Mayer while ia Atlanta. In a'-tnee at ber father, the accoasatished aaaebterof Ire izzard. casae forward aad aaada a vary pretty ad . . which was responded te by Caj. Fred Baxter in e.llaat stjle. fTiFire Daaartaient lieoerally, f Aagasta, we feel laCaUicatfeas.. r. rf. Adaaas Dr. D.eriag aad Caat. BohleB, and In trllliid all x eased te be anxtoas to oatda tbe others aUocs. .anicCaaapaayfartbemsgBificeBt eappsrfnr- .,"dher dhter Hack and Ladder, for tbe use at tbeir a each aad an of the Firessen ef tkatbeauil- and for rf" -t of gratttBoe we sever can re & I v ..11- .a 1. ra tk. DeCOBQ. . 1 I . c rrm.lt . Ivj. j4fS . r-lfcit favored easy, we each feel under otli; 1. tot many favors at their baaos, which we only await Ut an osvportnaity ti ateet them in oar owe city to tzl iv j to repay ia soate respect 1 he hopltalHles so Tib e-a y vboweid aponas. To tbe firemen ef Cbsrlesten wha" can we say T Fern th flrtt asamcut we arrived in tha. tjne-booored oiy aatlt we left .t, there seemed a p:-f--L s jccesaloa af feasts aad f relics for eareBtertals-m-st. and each iadiviaaalaf all tbe foei people of that c. y dti tbeir utmost 10 make aar stay pieasaat and agceab e To Mr. Bowman, the chief. Tapper, President cf the Vigilant Fire Oemaaay, Mr. Natban, Fire Master Mr. Bcote aad Mr. Jehastea, and the wbeie company of the P: b-)ix boys are wa particaUt iy indebted for tbeir cn c a jig atteotteae. It seea ef lrttle use however to la-;i. j jrixe a ail seemed to vie with each other and by ' y rvenr a-, aae ia their power made oar visit so agreea j'.t ks iu catue ta as Mmsay regrets when we were cem pe &i to part. Tj Mr. Batterfl -W, of tbe Pa vidian TloteJ, Charleston, w: would return aarat-nt hearty thanks far-fcls kind at tcnTu&s lie i of tbe whele-soalea sleek, aad 110 mis take T ) Mrs. steswedy. ef tbe American Uotel, we shall . ag remeesber tar ber attentions Te tbe Messrs Web ster Jones Stahha aad Cbeatbam, Coodocton and Engi neers f tbe sfiectal train, re we greatly Indebted for A z.1 attention aad many favors on tbe trip. T , the officer of tbe Georgia Railroad weald we return cur gtiU ful thanks for tbe special tram faratshed en ttat o -cation. T. th-! teasers ef tbe South CaraHaa, of tbe Western ani AUantic, aad of tbe Nssbvi le aad Chattsaeega Rail mU we f eel great! j ladebted far their aHentioas, aad par . olarly for free tickets ever their rasas. TM- Saaaeel Tate, Col. Ayers, aad Cai. Rass, ot tbe Memphis and Charlestan Railroad, it Is ueneceesiry to speak as they are getwrsUy kaawB, aBd te kaaw them is ti -espect and adaUie all that Is geaefaus aad nebfe In jsaa ffc feel we Manet e'ese wttbeat sddlag, tbit f rem tbe at :'- we left MenspMs uatil oar retere, we teoeivfd ry kindarsa aad attention that tbe bea t or laieeuKy , man coald aaggest. And if the uafertunate aoddtat a J n 't occurred by which we were called upon to meara rL ss of oor of ear aamber, the trip would have been cze ot unalloyed bapptaess te each and a'J cf as. IcvlnciMe Fire Owaptsy No. 5, representing tbe Mem j.tn F re Department, after accompanying their fellew-fl-cmn to tbe d-pot, would reipectrnlly add their thanks for the f p'. ;adid ntertamment f araisbed in tbe snap" of Cwjrks at Bight tbe welcome In Doming wards ef fire posies' leg charms that bind Bremen as firmly as tbe el jquent words free the Chieftain's lips bad done ; as dtd th contlnaed extoaiiea ef rpastaBeoes bospi ality wbieb cha-actTits ear ei.tire visit. To th Pfcceaix our bests, ire return oar tbaaka far tbe exeaHeat care taken ef mr apparatus dariag oar stay; to tbe Chief, tbe Ptcenix JZmt- and Vml.nt Fire Ceiapanies, wbo accompanied bs 0 our cmtrtrkattea, aad tbeir kind cheer to enliven ear L art a on tbe way, mellowing the sad teetings ot parting from many sew made friends, who can never be forgot ten We fee! pread ta record that besc we were received from tleir hands tbe gaeHs af Savaacah, en boird of the steamr Garden, to whose officer we ars epeciilly in dch.ed for the care taken ef our apparatas ; to tno Mate, wi; gave tj his raoaa ta oar weaaaed brother ; and. In fa tfr every eara that the heart ceeM dictate for ear c22iort on the reate to Savannah, aad os wsnse noble vcssrl we reeaieed a feretaste ot Georgia besfiitallty, la the slape ot th flaeet repast tbe world ceatd prndace. corn) s d of all tae luxuries viands aad liquids that c; j 1 L procaied io tbe markets of Obarleston aad Sa Tannab. At Savannah we wer received by the White FirtE hen M htary aad civil autbertUes. escorted by them to th Georgia Cos ral Railroad Depot, and partaking ot tbe magaifixat Bt-rttlnaieat prepared for, tbe occasion, we rested on oar Joaruev within 'he p'ace asslgtveo us by c.rb- ther firenieB ef Savaasab. To tb-ir kmdatten ti ins to 011 waau and latrodections to tbeir fair lad'.ee, we feel that we owe those pieasaat moments enjoyed la - hasing the Seetiag Bears away ia the giddy maze of tbe dine?. To .he dell ast irities for tbemagnificent quar ters provided as, and ta "oor boat" of tbe City Hotel w so ab y carried eat tbeir Inteeded hospitalities ; and m r e-p c tally for bis kind endeavors to alleviate tbe anfT nags of ear sack brother on his ronte heme. Our i hanks am doe te ear hosts, the Germsnla for attention to one apparatas. To the OgletUnrpa Fire Company No. I for tbeir kiad ievilaUaa te partake ef an open tome filled to overflowing with tbe creatire comforts. Ts tbe Wash Baton Toung America and Gemanla for their tind farewell at Ibe Central Rtllroad Depot, wfcere Co: CoyleraedbisBBrlvaHed nssistanU received us in ca-ge; wham we cannot pass by wltboat thankisg far our pleasant aad safe Journey ever their road and refresh stents Tbe Maeeo Tl-e Depariraent next ctairat our thanks far their liberal bepamy,esp-calty Pro teetlen Fire Com pany No 1. Leag may they prove, with their North, Invincible" la all their nnd-rtaklngs. To the Maean and Western RsUrotd we are Indebted far the care taken er our rpparatss, as well as tbe hospita ble manner in whioh all our personal wants were pro vided for. To tie Atlanta Iadepend-nt Fire Company Io. I. to Capt. Baldwin, to John Banli, Esq., and intact to each Individual fireman ef Atlanta, fertbeireffirts to adminis ter to nur wants during oar brief stay, ws feel a debt of gratitude to be ledeemed ia f utxre To tbe Atlantic and Western, Nashville and Chatta nooga Railroads, tor our safe teturn, and other courtesies extended And last, tbo-igh rt least, to the Memphis and Charles ten Kaiload far tbe entertainment at Tuscumbl, and the entjn coodoct an tbe read, In special trains f nrnlabed by President T-tte, aad te SaperlntendenU Ross and Arms To each of these gentlemen, their engineers and asist anta, we feel a debt ef gratitude, only to te erased when they feel repaid In future. F.BAXTIR, Grand SlarthcJ. W. H. Axttix, Stcrrtary pro tea, I, X- Bnsu, Trtaturer, aaU VI. V.r 0o36'3j0o . 00 15 OMljy"CT50pO'tq OGtSOOjaO 00 40 05 31 21 S7 50' 60 Ot TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF ME31PUIS. LA.TEE FBOM EUROPE. ARRITAr. OF THE ERICSSOX. New T0BK, June 10. TasateamT rriflwn baa ar rired. The Arego aafla Iron Soutbatapton to New Totb the27tb. Tbe Parliament tas granted thc-S,000 per year annnltj to the Prtooes Bcyal . Thos.'G. Baring bas been apiolnted a Lard ot the Ad miralty. Attectlsn has been called ts tbelncreased Importation cf rtaTta into Cuba. The French have Mixed tome tenitoryat Dnnnkar, In Sezgal. Tbe reiatiena between Sardinia and Austria and Naplea and Western Pewera are nrcbanged. The steamship arrived ent the 24th. Liverpool Cotton Market snsettkd, and slow sales. Sales Jar two daya 1,40 bales J te spectators 6 000. Breiditnffi Brskirs' olrealars state a eanslderable advance In all grades ot fijai had advanced 13?. 31 ; Corn advanced Sd.; Provisions steady; LoMea Cotm43JK93.H. Hefexing to tbe Cuba slave trade, It wis said that the British force 00 that coast was totally tnadec -avs. Idrd Palsierston said that Clarendon had rmwed bis repre sentation to the Spanish Caort, and that lo Cort sbontd b wasting to Induce that Geverntnrnt t pet it dtwn Tbe East India Cempiny have takrn ptxacss'on ot tbe Ietand ot Perrivil In the Stra:ts of Babtdsaandel, comcu&d- lag tbe entrance to the Red Sea. At Paris tbe rattScatlea of the Persian treaty was unarmed. Great preparations are raatteg at Fjrtsswsth for tbe reception ot the Grand Soke ot Russia, Constantine. Accounts from the Paris Bonne is sot encouraging. It was said that tbe Bsnk ot France maintained their stock of station by artificial parcbates. Btebardsoa. Spenee & Oo.'g cl renter stated Cora no chanced. Mcneary's qaotes Canal Flesr at 3132s Ohlo3233s. Bed Wheat fi6s.; White 93s. Lokdok Sagar bad dediaed Sd. to Is., -d doll. Cor fee firm. Tea ton rates. Pig IrenXSO to XS1. STILL LATER. FKOM EUROPE. Arriral of the Steamer Canada. Nrw TonK, JaBe II. Tbe Ratal MaU Steamship. j Canada, arrived at Sandy Book wttb Llverj-ool dates to the 30th. Tbe North Star arrived out on Friiay. In t pariiament Lord rabsersteB anroaaced the rejection of the DaHai-darendaa treaty, asdsayk the new cmdiUons received from Washtagtsn are uneer-csBsideratlOB. The French Legislature have passed a law eaUbHthlng three lines of trans Atlantic fteaaers. Tbe Bask of France bBl pissed ateost unanimously. Advices overland from CbtBa are aiissportant. Money market unchanged. CobssH 93 Jf. Broker's Circalar says cotton daJl and anehanged quc- tatioca of Inferior grades bare y Esejatalned. Sales of the week 48,00 bal e. Speculators 2 MM bales. Exporters 5,09. stock af estten ia port, 6So,tw aaief Concord dominations. Concord, Jbb 9. The Democratic Lcglatttive caccas have nonrtfated Jehu S. Wells for TJeited States Senator. Concord, Jane 10. Asa P. Gate bas been nominated by tbe Democratic Convention for Governor. Movement of the United States Troops. St. Lovis, Jaae 11. Major Sedgwick and two coxnpa nles at cavalry left Fart Leavenworth the ISth alt. Cel Sacaaer and seasdron left the SS.b. General ttearnry aad tbras oompaaies ef Infantry left F.rt Laramie Sumner goes,cgatBat th OstryesBes and tbe hostlHe In. dlan Ultes, and wfll cnHe with SdgwKk at Bent's Fort. . Movements ef Gen. ATalker. Cis-civxati, June II, r. M. Gas ral Walker and suHepsssed through here tbls raeraing for Wasblagten, Seamen's Wages. Bojtos, June 10. There has beea a me-tlagat the merchants is reteresee to discaaatli g the advancisg ef seamea's wages. It was referred to a committee. Ten letters had been received ftam dsobreBt chambers of-ccm- merce requesting co-ope rattsn. TVashIn-;ton Affairs. WAiniscTOS, June 19 Utah afbaers cot yet appoint ed. Private advices ss.ure tbe Adralnlstratltn that tbe peace exiiting In lCsnsas U not likely to Le farther die-l tutbed. Fugitive Slave Case. ClSCiyrVATX, June 18. The FagMive Slave case cats up before the District Court to-day. The deposit ions stale that tbe Marshals were generally armed ; tbat Churchill's party ware very violent in their treatment of tbe prisoners ; tbat tee first fire cam from the Marshal's posse. Sinking of a Steamer. LounriLLE, Jaae 10. Fra EvansvUle we leant that tbo steamer AUda, baaed np, raa rote tbe Fethion last night, abavf SmMhssad. The AUda sank np so th cabin Soar. Tbe JTiuftten was bat sHcfatly lnjared. Utah Affaire. Washington, June 10. Tbe Cabinet Is occupied wiih ceasultatien on Utah asalr. Ths appeiatiBent et oBcers Is not yet completed. Several te whom offices were ten -'ered-bave yet tc be beard from ; will p-ebaMy bt announced ia the eaarse et a week, abd all Utah ar- rangesae ta perfected. Tbe Adminlslratkyi, " boweVer aaxloo,fcr speedy set tea, bave been restrained by dr enmstsnces beyead cealral. Proposltieas bave beea received far tranrportaiion ef the malls from New York to New Orleans, and they are. now under considers tied route by Femaadlao and Cedar Kejs, FiorUa this beiag the one established by Coa greis. This will be tbe reliable route. The Mayor has requested tbe citizens ?J to abstain from hMlng their cen.esiBlatva meetlag r girding the riots, as it will do na good. Demscrallc Electlcns. BcrrALO, Jaae 9. Tneettr eiectiaas lira been en tirely Demeeratic by a large EBaferrty. Pb.0 videnck, R. L, Jane 9 Tbe fourth trial to elect a Mayer failed to make any choice. Sallic: af Steamers. New Tore. Jane IB. Tbe stoener itana, for Bre men, and the Arabia, tor Liverpool, Bailed tXay. The Arabia teok ISO passengers, aad two and a quarter mU- Ilcns ia specie. Appointments. Washington. Jaae 10. Vm. B. G.ere bas been tp- paiated TJ. S. Marshal te Minnesota, vice Gwlaa, re signed. Jonathan S. Jenkins will be superseded as Can al to Navigator's Islscd. Opening af the Tehnantepec Route. New Orleans, Jane IS. The scloouer ChipoTa, from Manatilan, bas arrived here, tringlcg the intelli- geace of tbe opening of tbe Tehuastepec route. Testels bad commenced arrivlcg at Vesteta Bay. Some -assen-gers who hsd crossed, came here oa tbe Chipolt. The reed bridge will prtbably.be completely finished for stagea the first ot October. River News and Markets. New Tobe, Jane 10. Gotten: Heavy Orleans Mld- dHng 14; Mobile Middling 13 3-16. Floerflrra. Wheat asset tied; betdsrs dtmsnd 3 to 6c. advance; White Southern $1 75. Own dun. Previsions steady. CatTee dall at UK. Sagar dull: Ma-cavade 14V. Freights inactive. Pig Iron 3031K. Bacon quiet. Beeves ad vanced $1. Oews, Calves, Sheep asd Lamba dediatd. Swire baayaBt. Stock 1 firmer. Cincinnati, Jane 11 FleurduU and offered at $C50. WiibkyS9c Natbteg doing In Provisions. Louisville, Jade 11, r. M. Elver CK tret ia canal. Weather dear. Mercery 77. New Tone, Jaae 11 Flour, State and Ohio un changed ; Southern advaacd 10c Wheat, St. Louis While f2. Mixed Corn advanced 2c Provlsisns firm. Whisky 3IXc Swtk don and lewar. SterHag Exchange firm. PiTTSBritoii, June 10. A sudden rise of the Alleghe ny river bas deitreyed a ceaeiderable property, also a namber of coal and metal boats loss $0,CO0 to $50,000. Cincinnati, Jane 10. Flour declined SO to GOc.; Rye $1 15; Cora7550c ; Whisky 30c ; Mets Pork $22 0. Louisville, Jane 10 The river U46s tett la the canal. Weather warm and raining. New Orleans. Jane 11, p. m Sales of cottoa to-day 790 bales. Market generally unchanged. Receipts to-day. ISO bales. Flour, dcotlaiag tend-ccy. Ohio $720; St Louis $7 37K; Corn deeHuid, S5W; Eastern Usy $30. Other ai tides snebacged. KS" We are indebted to the officers cf the Jf'in.ArJfcr for SL Louis papers et Tuesday. Illustrated School HisToar or the United States and the aujacent Pahts op America. ByO. P. Quacxekbos, A. M. New Tork: published by D. Appixtok t Co We bave received from tbe publishers the absve named I work, ths prod oat ton of Mr. Quaceubos, Associate Principal ef the Collegiate Scbcol, N. T. This hiitory is Intended for the reboots throughout the United States, and Is one of the very best bojks far scholars which we have ever seen. Tbe author has aimed to be simple, that the beginner aa well as tbe more advanced in study rasy understand him, and he bas succeeded admirably ; he has endeavored to be accurate In tbe recital of facts and In teresting as regards both matter and style, asd so far aa a hasty reading ot the work Justif.es. we say bis objects hare bea accompUsbcd Commencing from tbe earliest discoveries In America and bringing his history down to tbe present time, embracing a fell sccoenl ot the aborlg- inies, biographical notices of disttagnls bed men, nurat- reus maps, pans of battle-fields and pictorial illnstra tlen, he has 1 ncceeded In arranging sueh a work as m tut be welcome to every youth In the land. This history Is for sale by Cleaves &Gci on and Al exander ci White, in tblsdty. MARRIED, In Madison county, on tbo 9th Instant, by Rev. Mr Merrlwethcr, B. B. Waddell. Esq., of this city, and Miss Fannie L. Tastes, ot Madison county. FUNERAL INVITATION. The f i lends anl acquaintances ef the late Capta'n F. RtXGWALD are respectJully. Invited to attend his funeral at 3 o'clock, THIS AFTERNOON, from his late residence on Shelby stieet Fbidat, June 12, 17. ,j-lja. .'Afciiii-iar"- i.ijaaaiiai sy ard night. 1..l.- fl, . I honrsoi the day aid night Arrivals and Departures. UOKDVV, JtJSE II. Indu, Cincinnati to New Or cans. Sam Ilale. tlndnnatl to Arkansu river. It, R. W. mil. New Orleans to Memphis. J. G Cllne, Nashville to Merapb'. Rainbow Loalsviile to Neir Orleabs. ; j Winchester. St Loots to Memrhls'. J Fwiuerland. New Orleans to Cincinnati. S txH Gibson, CincihnatI to New Orleins. nenry Cboateau. New Orleans to St. Louis. Mattlt WayneMemphli to tt.Lou!a.' 5 ? J.-G. ainej Memphis-to NashTllli.". - " River blatters E5"Th liver fell about three inches yesterday, and waa atlH receding last evening. On Saturday last there were SH feet water in the channel of Arkansas rive at Little Rock, and. I falling. The weather is' clear and warm. Business at the landing was qulfo brbk yester day, there being at one time eight boats loading and nn loading.- r , , t ; , f J3"Tbe Jfa'fte IPairne drparted last evening for St Louis, with abort sixty passengers on board, but little freight. Capt. Eneylaformsxs Ihat-the report other being laM up after this trip is Incorrect. She will arrive here again next Thursday. J3" The fin and fast steamer Winchester, Capt. Wojd In command, arrived here yesterday from St. Lods She wrB depart on her return trip at an early hour this afternoon. The JFInenrifrr bas fine accommodations for pasiengers and will H through In quick time, Pa scngers going up tbe Mississippi cooW cot get on a better txit fCJ-Tbe popular packet Kate rJewlll leave for Napoleon, touching ,at alt Intermediate landings, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Persons desirous of visiting the White river country win be sure of making a connect! in at its mouth with regular mail packets, by getting on board the Friibte J3- The B. R. .IV. Bill arrived from New Orleans yesterday, and will be laid up tor awhile. 53" The Batesvllle Balance, of last week, say's : "We re-ret tolearn ibat tbe new light draught steamer, E M. Hamphreyl, which was built expressly for the upper Wblte and Black river trades, and whleh bas teen running regulaily to tills p let several months, was sunk last week In Black rlver We dU not learn whether she was totally lost, or any ot tne parttcniars. He nope. however, tbat she may ce raised ana get going again 13" The Washington Telegraph, of the 34 Inst., his tbe follswlsg "The weather, which, for a few days since oar last is sue, bas been disagreeably cool. Is sgaln pleasant. We were vWt-d with tain cn Friday rltht and Sunday. Tbe liver commenced rising at Fulton on Sunday morning anl up.ja Men-tay evening nal risen between two and nrec reel, aau waa ami iitin-53-The j?opular and fleet packet I'mrsy.'pcnio win tft here tblsiBtnning on her way to New Orleans. A safer or m?re commodious nc-at, or one having more accommo dating officers does not come to our landing. 'Persocc going South are advised to get on board of herald Judge for themselves. tfommcrrial- Pates MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OFFICE, I Thursday, June It, 1S57. ( MEMPHIS COTTON QUOTATIONS." Inferior 8 9 I StrictMliMilng.l3K13K Ordlnarr. 10 10.HHood MIddl!ng.l3M$l2H GoodOrdlnary... lOMSH 1 Middling Fair..l314 Low Middling... .11H$12 I Fair, scarce.... nominal. Mlddllnz. I2H013 I ,C. W. CHEBRV,. .D. B. UOLLOT,. Secretary. . C. If HAILE, Treasurer. President. Memphis Life and General Insnrance Cemp'y (LATE C. W. CHERRT & CO ) Ezchango and Sank Koto -List. New Tork Exchange.. X0I prera New Orleans ' .. H$I prcm H91 prem X '.'pren St. Loais " Otcdanatl ' ... Louisville ". ... X Kprem , 1 d'Hprtm .il 2 prem ...... hlgbeit price. partaxprem ..... par Kprem GoM Silver Land Warrants....... Louisiana Bank X tea Northern . All uneurrent zaonev bought asd sold. Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip bought and sold. myl CLINTON PLACE HOTEL, BROADWAY, Corner. Eighth Street, New York. THIS b-antif nl Hotel bas Jutt been opened on the European plan. Single rooms spid-jus, well lighted and van Hated from 50 centa t? $1 per day. Suits ot rooms for Famine i $1 CO to 610 per day. WINANT a. CO. M. SIDN'BT K0PMAN, late of the Smithsonian House, would be happy to ste his friends at the there House. Jun$-2m A C A K D. IK-addltlen to our regular sales, dslly. at tbe "Old Auc tion House " t0. 19 Freut Row, ot Merchandise, Fur niture, and penonal pre patty of every description, we have made sacb ariangements w;th our Mr. G W. Han na, as to enable brm to pay his exduslve attention to safs of REAL ESTATE. NEGROES, STOCKS, fas. PLAKS and descriptions of Property accurately Crem. Sab-dire!on-. and surveys made wnen rvquirea ot bbeMtTerui,' &C" Ef0,Uted Mr Jnhri Winn, an exnerienced Andlsneer. forrarw M St, Louis, will devote bis entire attention to taJ3lt227 chandisr, Hnusehold effects, ft.c. -JunS-lw 'No'. 29 VMiifff. EAMETTlaAIU5I....- WM. SIEK IZ eSSEAHAIfl Jh-USLL . Cotton FactoffSc Commission & Grocery 3IcrcksntS, KO. 9 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEJN. WE are now prepared to fill oplers for Bacon, Jrrif'fjFWur, Suears,Mo4ssse8, CofiVes, Candles, Malls, EffSlrvbacto. WhlsXy. Silt. Bagging, Rope and Twine, with a general stock of Groceries. W are also Aients for tbe sale ot the Manufactures ot the Memphis Cotton Mills, and cftr at low prices tbeir Osnabnrcs, Cotton Tarns and Jeans "and Mnsey. Also take orders for the star cotton uin. JunS-dwGm GRAHAM & HILL. Fifhr Hlils. lVew Polatoes, TUST reciived tlu day, per steamer Bin Franklin, for J saleby ELBRIDG , TUFTSJiCO., Jnn3-3t fiheioy-st., opposite usyofo iiotei. Twenty Eight Pianos, IN store, or eignt uinercat aiauuiac- 3 lureis, " the best In the world, " at from $230 lo $500. Give us a can, ror we are determined to sell, as we want money to pr our debts. JUB9-IW Wir-STU-. UHUItUUILU 1U. Administrator's lYotice. ALL persons baring claims against tbe estate of Saml O. Ballard. Cec'd. are requested to file them. duly authenticated, with the undersigned, with as little delay ts postltle. GEO WINCHESTER, JunZ-dlOt Administrator, no. so itoiu now. DISSOJLUTJLOX. TnE partnership existing under the name of BAKER & CHAPPELL, was dissolved ou this day, Jnne 1st, 1857. R- M. BAKER, JunS-dlw G. CHAPPKLL Qzvncrs minted T70Rthe followl-g srtlcU's, In store with LVVAL- I? LETTE, SniRLKT at CO., Steamboat and Railroad Agents if not called for at tbe expiration of thirty days will be sold to pay charges : Mr. E. Koons. Mcmpbi-, 1 small box MCs. I.. A. SaSer 1, Memphis, 3 boxes Mds. J L Jennings, aareof Rcdg rs. Smith, t Co., Napo leon. 12 MUls and Hoppers, 1 box Mds. J. B. Langford, care ot W. Howard, Memphis, 1 box Mds. P. Lanier, Kossuth Mills, 2 bales Domestic. Lorenzo Bcggbland, Memphis, I box Mds. , D n. Miller, Bate, vine, 3. boxes Sundries. W. D Fisher. Memphis, 1 box Mds. R. Fletcher, Memphis, 1 keg Spikes. Robinson & ilircr, Coffierille, Miss., 1 bale Dent J tic. No mark,-! chest Sundries. M. & T. Railroad, 5 bbls. Crackers. Mc H Burks, Tazoi City, 2 boxes Mds. W. Sleiner, care ot C Callo, Memphis, 1 box Mds. A. Mathews, Shelby vine, FboxMds. at Dileunings, Memphis, 2 box Mds. A. L. Dsrrii, 1 now. Jno. McCann, Memphis, 1 box Mds. John Shall, Memphls,2Saddles, lady's and gentleman's. L. J. Jackson, Memphis, I Tombstone and 1 Socket. Wm. Walker, Memphis. 12 Plows Junto 2w Wine Pictures. TJEMEMBER that DeSITOKG'S Is the place If yon SX wish to get the bet style ot PIOTCRE. His HVl olai n. otypos surpass all others inricbneisot tone, warmth of expres sion, completi-ncss of detail, and boldness ot feature. For durability there is no question of their superiority. They will receive a fall without a fracture a ben.! with, out Injury; n.ay be washed off when sailed, bs bandied without the fixe being marred. They are susceptible of high and very beautiful coloring. W. H. DESnON3.1&l Main street, has the excln-lve right of Memphis, for the Mdalnotype Patent mlO r TH ! EXAMINATION ANNUAL Or TtlE CLASSES IN THE YOUNG LADIES' MODEL SCHOOL, SOMERV1LLE, TENN-., TTTIIJ, commence on TUESDAT, the 16th Inet., and VV cloe on FRIDAT, the I9ih. The patrons and friends ot the Institution are cordially Invited to attend. Ina3-dlwawt.il On BOXES Virginia Smoking Tobacco ; 60 ii gwo a) Tobacco; 100.000 strp-rior Cigars Forsaleby FLOURKOT, COOPER X LEAKE, myil-lm - 196 Main street. ItlissiEsippi Reports. WKbave Just received a supply of "First George ;" It being the 30th volume, and the last, ot the Mis sirslppl Reports. Jun3 LAMB, TOUKG CO. ATTENTION. COME and fee the best fanner's Mill now In use. In operation at Mulford's Factory, Adams street Fins Corn Meal ground for ten cents, and Corn eruhd and graurd for elebt cents per barbel Send ou your Corn. MILLS. County and .State Rights for sale. In Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas Tennessee, and Ken tucky. JENNINGS & REYNOLDS. Jun7-2w L.AXD FOR SAIiE. THE snbscriber Intending lo remove his band- South, offers his valuable Farm in DeSoto county. Miss., fifteen miles from Memphis, for saTe, and be or Jok-i A. Barks, cn the premises, will show It to any one wish ing to purchase. Description Is deemed unnecessary, the Land will show for Itself Also, eight or aloe Lois, con taining a fraction less than rne acre, of beautiful subur ban woodland property, nearthe Memphis and Charleston Railroad an I B. Grabs nt' residence- L 0. Rembefl or my Sons, wbo are nuking brick on tbe prem'tfs. will show these Lots. - N. RaGLAND. Dy30.w5t - ,'i --Wf.. ninw I, O'Hallorsn John To 91 otliers. LADIES In the nursery will Snd Burnell'i Kallltton, or Orient Water peculiarly adapu-d to ths Utblngof In. fants. It allays all tendency to inflammation, Is perfedly harmless, and tmpavts to the skin a clear and healthy ap pearance. Prepared by Joseph Burnett k Co , Boston For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO., and dealers gener ally. PilceSOc and $1 per bottle. junll-datwlw A Cure for Canker. THOSE ot oar readers who suffer from this illJagreeaNe, complaint, will be glad to know that iBumeff a Oriental Tooth Wash, rrepared by Messrs. Joseph Burnett It Co., Treraont street, Boston, is a most effective and agreeable remedy. It also arrests decay ot the teeth, and renders the gems hard and healtby. 53" For sale by 3. MANSFIELD k CO. and all Drug gists at 50c. and $1 per bottle. Juall-datwlw Holloway's Pills MUST eventually banlih mineral preparations from the repertory ot medical science. They act more powerfully than any other known remedy upon the stomach, the ,rer, tbe blood, and tbe puluunary system, and restore the vigor ot tbe Internal organs, while relieving them of obstruct lens. Sold at the manufactory, No. SO Maiden Lane, Nr. Tork. and by all druggists, al 25c., 63c., and $1 per box, Junll-dtwawiw TIic person ivho tliouglit to win popular iavor Br Incocslderatety sayisg that Leonard's South Ameri can Fever and Ague Remedy was a hamb-ig, has since reconsidered the matter an! njw desires to deny the as sertion, as he spoke that which was the very opposlt. of truth. This will prove to be the casj of every one who speaks disparagingly of this valuable medicine without due consideration. The testimony ot all who use It and their name Is legion establishes the fact tbat there never was a medicine that poisetsed such curative prop erties. No family should be without It during the fall months. Junll-dtwawiw From th Catholic Vindicator. Ladies and Gentlemen : We would call your at tentlon to the advertisement ot Frof. O. J. WOOD . riAlR RESTORATIVE, which appears In the columns of our present'ntimO'r FruSI our long acquaintance witn ine proprietor, ana with numerous indlviausi wno nave uieu nis prepara tion with nerfect success for the last two years, we feel no hesitation in recommending the artk-leas superior lo anv of the Drcnarations now In n e for the sine purpose, vz: for restoring grsy hsir to Its original color, a sure and perfect cure for baldness, and a never-falling pre rentive for the tailing of -the talr. It ts decidedly the best and -most popular muse for hexntifTini. nreterTicr' re.tnrlncacd atrenetneninetne hair, relieving diseases ot the skin, ard" removing s.urff dandruff and all eraptlons and feverish beat f rem the scat) We ereak inflation to the above from wbst we know. having been personally acquaiuiea wun numerous per sons who have u-ed the reatorauvs for the aoove pur tiuar wirh tbe nio t cratif rlsa: resu ts lt.ts cot oiten we notice a 1 airu. xncmtiuc. iuu. we think we have never nufled one before ; but Prof Wood's Hair Restorative Is something so superior to most of the nrecaratlons ot the day. that we canaol for bear asking the atl nuon of our readers to iu Gray heads and baM in concert sing, The msrlc of this wondrous thing. To be had ot O. J. Wood ts. Co., 114 Market street, St. Louis, and of druggists generally. jnnti-aawjw FREE EXHIBITION. THE STAR GALLERY Bow offers tor exhibition the Chest collection of OIL PAINTINGS ot any Gallery In tte country. The IMPERIAL PHOTOGRAPH is one ot the-leading pictures of the day. Made only by PARK Be FEP- LOW. The HALLE 0TTPE the most wonderful picture ever made can be. seen at the Star Gallery. Made at no other Gallery In the dty. Go see them. myl2 "Woodland Cream," A POMADE for beautifying the nAIR highly per. fumed, superior to any French artlde imported, and for half tbe price. For dressing Ladles' Hair It bas no equal, giving It a bright, glossy appearance. It causes Gentlemen's Hair to curl in tbe most natural manner, It removes dandruff, always giving the Hair the appear ance cf being fresh shampooed. Price only fifty cents. Hone genuine nnles signed, FETRIDGE ts. CO., Proprietors of the "Balm of a Thousand Flowers." f-TJ- For tale by all Druggists. apl7-deodly Nervous akd Rheumatic Affections- Holland Sittxsx. We have used this mediclae our selves, and In many cs-es with the greatest success. Tbe most cel-b-a ted of our.German Physicians are recommend ing it. During tnis caaugeaoie weatner, wnne most per son 1 are tronbled with nervous and rh nmatlc oSVctlons It will be round a vaiuaDie rameay. aiaats cumg, For Spring and Summer of 1857, il jt u JLi jl I ii iiYi nn i CLRQAKT Dress, Moleskin and Cassimere HATS, re ceived at WHEATON'S, 75 Front Row, where those In --.. . ,nMrk mnA f Mnn We TT1P wtltVileaM Ml!. Cc-nstantly on hand and receiving the largest and finest atcs-i et SOFT HATS in the city at . fSiSl WHEATON'S. 15 Front Row. CflALYBEATE SPRING'S, " NEAR BOLTVAR, Hardeman County, Tennessee. Will lie Opened 15tli of June'. THE undersigned, baring recently purchased the above well known wa'erlngplacr. Is now refitting the same aud putting the buildings, grounds, etc., in as complete order as any Springs In the southwest. The location be ing In tbe he-.ithl. st portion ot Tennessee, and easy ot access f rem al1 sections ot tbe country It is believed that these Springs will, the coming season, present to tbe seeker of pleasure and health attractions second to no others In the Union. The water Is of the beat quality, possessing fine curative qualities, and tbe proprietor will spare neither pains nor expense In rendering his guests comfortable daring tbeir solourn with him. The means of acce-s to these Springs is vary easy, they being situated directly on the Railroad from Memphis to Bolivar. 2K miles from Bolivar, and sixty from Mem phis. The cost of reaching them from Memphis is only three dollars. Persons visiting tae Springs can leave Memphis in the morning and reach them bv noon; and leave In the afternoon and reach Memphis for supper. j. o kaukliian, proprietor. P. S In addition to tbe other attract! ns ot the place. there will be ktpt a fine band ot MUSIC to enliven the guests. J. U. a. znay5-daw4m CORONA FEMALE COLLEGE, OB GASTOIV INSTITUTE, AT Corinth, Tishomingo County, Miss. THS undersigned would respectfully Inf. rm his friends and the rnb'lc generally, tbat bis H!gh Schno for y n ng ladles will be opened, under tbe lmmcd ate super intendence of hlmwir and lady, for tbe reception of Boarding a-d Dy Pupils, Oa Wednesday, tbe 12th of July next. The considerations that commend this School to public not Ice arc 1st. Its accessibility, btlng situated at tbe Intersection of tbe Memphis anu Charleston and the Mobile and Ohio Ral roads 2nd. The healf hfulcess and pleasantness of Itslocatlon, bine: In th region of a summer watering resort, the Hardin Spilngs. 3rd. A situation favorable to study and Improvement ot mind, being removed from everything calculated to di vert and di-s pate lb' n;ht. 4th The round and thorough Instruction that It Is our purpose ard p edg to 1 ..part. We off-r to the public the service and beneni of a liuuegiaie institution, aesiznea for every appliance tbat Is In use. to develope. Invigorate and adorn the mind of woman. We have spared neither pains nor cxrense In tbe endeavor to provide the most airy, healthful, and pleasant accommodation for some seventy-five to rlgbty boarders. We aim to have our pu pfJs live wel, feel well, and do well; and holding our selves dlretly responsible lo pur canons for tbe ptofl- clency of their daughters while entrusted to our care, we will be cautions to employ none bat accomplished and able assistants. TERMS AND RATES. Tbe scholastic year will be divided into two sessions of fire months ach: the first enmmeneinc on the first Wed nesday of February, and ending on the fast Frl ay of fun: ; the second commend g on the ttird Wednesday of July, and ending on the third Friday of December. The ser col wm consist of two Departments : tne Preps-story and the Collegiate. The Preparatory D. partment win embrace all pupHs wbo are not qualified be age or advancement in study to enter CJUg ; the tuition fees ot which win be $15 per session The Collet la te Department win embrace an wbo, b'lng fourteen years ef age, can stand a satisfactory examina tion on Orthography, Reading Arithmetic, Geography, and Knclllih Grammar, and enter upon tbe Intended course of study in the higher branches ff English Litera ture and tbe Ancient and Modem Languages ; the tul Lon fees of which will be $26 per session. Extra charges, at custcmarr rates, will be made for the ornamental branches of study, vli., Music, Drawing and Painting, Embroider , Ac , &c- Boardlng 1 -eluding all accommodations except wash, lug. will he $60 p.rsession, payable In advance. Tbe tuition fees of pupUs, not boarders, will be required la acvance. RET. L. B. GASTON, Principal. Corinth, Miss., June 3, 1S57. Junl-dlwawlm 1 AH OASKSbDoaSrntpJastrecelietl and for sale I J W b- n 11 POTTER, Ms-.n-f t, myl wd door North or Worsham House. Gen. JWalfter. ONJtOND AT, June 8th, will be Uroal a F H.Clark kVo ' Gallery, copies ot Prot Remington's Photo graph of Gen. Walker, the only original picture ot blmia Memphis. Jon6-Tra Situation wanted. A GENTLEMAN, now teachlcg In Kentucky, but whose present engagement will terminate In Jnne, de-Ires a situation-farther South. He Is a regular grad uate and thoroughly qualified to teach the classics and h-gber branches of mathematics. Would prefer a se lect number cf advanced pupils, er a professorship In eome high ichoo'. Satisfactory references, Including press t employers, -will be given. Address, W. W. TIOE. ravl6-w6t Mayfleld, Ky. .'..SSa SisalteottSa JfcrSL v Y X-J. tHUir TJiree Cereal JLlgHits A MANKIND have tang been ecgulphed tn darkness, as XYX regard the true means of securing health ridding the human body from disease, and preserving life The t ck. underihefalacious treatment of the regular facul ty, are subject to a continued praeticeof probabi uies and uncertainties. There is nothing certain or fixed in the treatment ot the sick either In the old or new school of medicine. Dr. Radwav bas succeeded In producing three remedies known to the world as Rcdway'a Ready Relief, Reno vating Resolvent, and Regulators. These Remedies aie not only es'abl.shed facta Inasmuch as they have never yet failed in their special combined efficacy in prococing fruitful aud beneficial result- but, they are facts es tablished a science at they havo in an cases, " when tried" succeeded in restoring to b;alth and ridding the body from disease after all other medicinal trratmtnl bad failed ana the most skillful physicians had siren up tne sick as beyond the power ct human means to curt and pronounced the dreadful mandate incurable. Radwsy's Remedies are therefore fix d facta In tbe ad vices of medical science they bave been often tried " never denied " and are ready " to be tried s gain." TSrtBrt G-roixt XaislaT;. RADWAT'S READT RELIKF. As a 3peclal Remely Is to be used in all cases where the hum n body is seized wun tne torturing pangs or par cxysmsof pain no matter what the cause of the pain maybe, or where It may be local- dV-an application cf tba Ready Relief, eitner internally as a annx, or exter nally as aa alleviator, will in a few minutes restore the afflicted body to east and comfort. lnall cases of Bowel Diforders, Dysentery. Cholera, Bloody F:ux. Sick Headache, Nervaus Headache, and oi her Nervous Affections, Neuralgia. Rheumatism, Sprains, Strains, Toethache, Burns, Sca'ds, Wounds, ShotWoonds, Brnlses. Cuts, Poisoning ether by the bites or silngs ot Reptiles, Insects, of Vegelsble or Mine ral poisoning by accident in all cases anu unaer an cir cumstances where the human system Is tortured by pain, Radway's Ready Relief can be relied upon as a quick, safe aad certain remedy. 1 n case cf Blllousnest. Bulous Fver, Typnns Fever, Ship Kever. TeUow Fever. Fever and Ague, Pear let Fever, and all Malignant Fevers. Small Pox, Measles, Pneumo nia. Radway's Rea'y Relief used m mixture with Bid- way's Regulators, will positlrely cure the sick, sfflicted with these dlscrders, and protect ice system against sud den attacks when either of these malignant diseases pre vail Second Groat Xoislxt. RADWAT'S REGULATORS The discovery et these wonderful Pills establishes a new era in pargatioD, and a new principle In the science of medicine. In taking these Pills no gi Iping psiss or sick ness at stomach iiexpe-ienc d; th-y operate naturally, leaving the bowels, liver and other organs Ina natural andhealthr condition. They Insure those who tike them a good appetite and a healthy d gestlon. Each rill that Is taken gives new lire to the Dioe-a ; they purify it, take from It all impure deposits, and equalize Its circulation. One or two dose s of Radway's Regnlators will entirely remove all distressing symptoms of Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Nervouinesi. Indigestion, Costiveness, Liver Goniplsint, Biliousness. Melancholy, ana will cure an organic disease, either in man or woman. Ladles troubled with Irregularities or weakening dlschsrges, may rely upon a prcmpt cure and regular periods it Rsdway'a Regulators are taken. Every dose'of Radway's Regulators tbat is taken is tils rew strength to ths weak, feeble, and infirm. All who take them are delighted with the happy change they experience In a few hours. The dispirited and melan - choly feel Joyous and happy; the sick and debilitated, strong and vlsorous. Tlaii-d G-roat laislat, RADWAY'S RESOVATING RESOLVENT. Cures Humors, Salt Rheum, Scrofula, Ulcsrs. Nodes, Tu mors, rever ores, asm jsiupttons,uiotcnes, Bron chitis, Dyspepsia, Gout, Dropiy. Syphilis, Con sumption, Apoplexy, he ; and all constitu tional aad chronic diseases, either inher ited by Leredltary transmission or inoculated by exposure or otherwise. There Is no remedy In the wor d that will woik sueb miraculous cures in old diseases as Badway's Resolvent. It changes tbe whole hnman body reproduces new and neali hy blood Bleeding from the lungs Radwai 'a Renovating Resol vent will. In a few minutes, check Hemorrhage from the lungs or throat. In cases where tbe patient cough up clots ot bl od or pua streaked with blood, Radway's Re solvent wm soonTemove tne aimcuiiy. Sarah Hammond, of 133 East Thirty-second street, had a bad cough for two j ears, she coughed up sometimes half a pint of blood during tbe nitht She was cured in seven dsys by the Relief and Resolvent. A sore leg of twenty-one years, cured In three weeks. by Rsdwsy's Relief. Mr. T. H. Kllzo, a merchant of high standing In Dahlonega, Ga., says: "Tbat a gen tleman, wbo far twentc-one years, bsd been afflicted with a sore leg, that reslf led eviry kind of treatment, wa OVctoallr cured In three weeks by Radway's Ready Relief, Resolvent, and Regulators. TJio Tlxrco Groat Xjisrlats. RADWAT'S RELIEF REGULATORS RESOLVENT. in all coastltu'lonal diseases, and where the constitu tion Ubreken down, or the body in a rapll state of de cay, or the system Inoculated with 'he vices ef disease. either by the vlolatlo of the law ot health. Intemper ance, excess ana lruaigrnce of the pan Ions, er by ne- ecutary transmission, as in cases of scrrtula, Censump Ian, Rheumatism, Gout. Pits, and other hrlr Ioojis. wbl h a long line ot ancestry bas si bountifully and rlch'y bestowed on posterity, as a memento of tbe past, at the cost ot tbe soft" -ring Inheritors. These Remedies In their trlnltary capacity, poss as a cu-attve pe.wer th .t no a- ce can wunMana; tneir cenmtnea erect win eradicate from th livlrti: body every rarttcle of diseased matter, renovate the whole 'systim with health; heal tne unsound, necaymg lungs or ctber organs; tlesnse and purify th unclean from all lmpuritle. To the disabled wsyiarer, who Is crippled with Inarrrl tlcs we InvlteV you "to try" these Remedies. We will vouch for their efficacy. With many hundreds of others who have witnessed and felt IhneCeet nl !. ThM HrHl T 1. 1.1 ' nA at lh. rule and govern those bodies which they are festlned by I tne Aimignir rower, so terse tnree itemed ie a stand as uuiers, uocquerors, anu urana iia'iers r r an uisrases. it&PffAi at co., i ruiten-st, . x. trj- The R. R R Remedies are sold br Druggists. Merchants, and Storekeepeis. Junll-dawly T ft TIERCES Rice ; 10 bars Spice ; 20 kegs Sodr ; CC L J bbls. Lira ; if do Rumps. For sale by mj24 FLOURNOT, COOPER &..LEAKE. Opportunities for Speculation. LEASE far fire years, of sixty feet front on Union street, improved with Double Frame tenement, each containing five rooms, kitchen, cistern, Ac. Ten Lots on Bral street, in tbe most eligible situations for family residences, lot g cndlt. Twenty thousand acres Land in Arkansas for sale or trade for merchanaUe. Four thousand four hundred and eight acres of Lard In Tishomingo coontr, Mls.. near Corlntb. on tbe line of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, in Lots lo suit ..... . . Teims easy. G. W. HANNA, Real Estate Auctioneer, Jun9-lw No. 29 Front Row. Decline of Carpets Great In ducements, N view of the reduction of tariff on Wool, taking ef- X feet from the 1st July, we are bow offering tbe largest and best elected stcck of Carpeting ever b'ought to this city. Oar stock embraces every variety of two and thtee ply, lngral", American, English and imperial Brnsrels, Tapestry. Velvet., bolh English and American, Medallion uentres. Rugs, uruggets, ae. rorunexampt QDargams, can at winsTuxi, uiiuHUUiLb Jnn9-lw Main-it, nearlv opposite Worsbam nouse. FORTY ACRES, KNOWN as Col. Martin's place, situated on Jackson street, adjoining tbe former residence of W. B. Miller on tbe West, and Mrs. Botts ou the East. It has good residence, fine foi est shade, and about thirty acres timbered. Call soon it yon waul a bargain G. B. LOCKE, Jun7 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker. TWENTY ACRES. SITUATFD on the Soath side of the Pigeon noost Plank Road, eppoeite the first Toll Gate,Jost East ct the residence of B. Graham. Esq This has also a front oil an avenue running South to Mr. McGee's place. A bar gain will be given, in whole or in part. U U. 1A1U&JS, Jnn7 Auctioneer acd Real Estat Broker. NEW BOOKS JUST DECEIVED BY LAMB, YOUNG & CO,, No. 259, Main Street. THE Testimony of the Rock, or Geolagi tn Its bearings on tbe two Theologies, Natural and Revealed; by Hngb Miller. The lliitcry of the Invasion and Capture cf Washington, and of the events which preceded ana r aiiowea ; by John S. Williams. Scandal ; a new novel by Mrs. I. T. Blckworth. Grade Amber; by Mrs. C. W.Denison.authorof "Home Pictures," " What Not," " Carrie Hamilton," Ac Isabel, or the Toung Wife and the Old Love; by John Cordy Jefferson. Mlad and Matter, or Physiological Inquiries In a series of Essays ; by Sir Benjamin Brodle, Bart.. D. O L. The Child's Book ot Nature, Illustrated; by Worthing- ton Hooktr, M. D. Things not Generally Known. A popular Hand-book of Literature, History snd Science ; by David A. Wells. The American In Japan; an abridgment ot Commodore Perry's Exploring Expedition ; by Robert Tomes. Tbe Charity of the Primitive Churches; by the Rev. Stephen Chastel. of Geneva, Swvzerland. Biographical and Historical Sketches; by T.Bablngton Macanley The Sayings of the Great Forty Days between the Re surrection and the Ascension ; by George Moberly, D. G. L. Counsel to the Awakened, or The Pathway of Safety ; by Rev. Athlon Oxenlen, Rector of Kent, England, &.c .t-X. XL J3 0 : A large assortment ot SCUOOL. LAW. MEDICAL. and Miscellaneous Rocks, which we will sell low. Je3 JUST RECEIVED. - O A HHDS. FairSugar ; 20 do Prims do ; 20 do Choice AJ Sugar. For sale low to the trade br. FLOURNOT, COOPER k LEAKE, 196 Main street my24 1 On BASSRloCoIVeiDDiIo Havar a do ; 25 do La- A J J guira uouee. ror saie oy FLOURNOT, COOPER & LEAKE, 196 Main street. myll 1 Art BBLS. Retailed Molasses; ICO halt do Ret oiled A vs 1 Molasses. Forsa'eby FLOURNOT, COOPER k LEAKR, 193 Main street. m-21 1 n n BOXES Star Candles ; 100 half do. Forsaleby A U U FLOURNOT, COOPER k LEAKE, my2t 19$ Main airret- Just Received. CASES assorted Cot dial n store and for sale by n II POTTER, Maln-st, Third door North of Worh m House. 100 myl Knn CASKS KenBett'a Ale In store and for sale by tUU II." POTTER. Maln-st, myl Third door North ot Worsham House. ry r CASES superior Botti.d Brandy For sale low by 4 il FLOURNOT, COOPER a. LEAKS, my2t 19S Main street. Insolvent Notice, TO THE Creditors of Geo. Mossburg, dee'd. TTAVING snrcet-d the Insolvency of the ctale o li George Mos-burg. dee'd. In the County Court ef ohelby county, tbe eredltrs of ald n'ate araJierekv no- t Ified to file their claims in the Clerk's cmee o- saia court 03 or before tb 1st October next, for payment pro rata. HENRI J. TUCKER, Administrator. . JunS-datirlm. Ipurmtitre. IJiaitas, (Six- FURNITURE I FURWITUJIE! AT REDUCED PRICE UXTJL TKE FIRST OF JULY NEXT, I a imkdixu to make extensive I YS Improvements ta our store durtn. the I R-1 summer, we a 111 offer for sale, from f ' a 'this data, at a small advance on cost, tne largest assortment of jashionaole and coaincn Furniture in tbe Sontbern country. We are compelled to sell out a great quantity of ramiiore before tbe aadition.can be commenced, aa we will necessarily bave to close tbe store far a short iime. Purchasers will find It to their interest to bay their Fur niture before the first of July next, al MCKINKET & CO.'S. Opposite Worsham Uoase, Demphis. If- Our terms are CAsH lor small bills dty accep tance for time bill. mj-6-tm Refrigerators. QOHOOLET'S Patent Refrigerators (ihe best la nse) KJ 01 every variety, ior saie at. aiauuiaciar-r a prscs, by myiu mcili.nex a. iru, Ice Roxes. "Jl TCKINNET & CO. are in receipt ef a large number of VJL ie Boxes, per steamer wm. rairu. myio Shower Bat lis. LEBMIS' Patent Combination ot Shower Bath and Withstand. Also, Wardrobe Shower Bath, f o- sale at myio xcaiK.cr a. uu'3 Ice Picks, AVERT desirable article far breaking Ice, fersateat mylO McKIN'NET fcCO'S. Canton flattings. QIITT-PIVB pieces Canton Mattings, 5-4 and 6-1 U wide for sale at xayiO McKINNET & CCS. GEO. FLAHERTV & RRO. ARE selling out, with- out reserve tbeir stock ail $o .COO, consisting ot Fl-f AN'OS from ibe most eel- ebrated makers, such as Cbickering ic Sons ; Furniture from a Kiich-n Table to the mot elaborately carved Rosewood Setts in Brocatelle and Plusb. Carpets. Cartains. Floor Oil Cloth Mattresses. Looklcr Glasses. Ottoman F ames, prepared for embroW red cov ers. Office Furniture, Refrigerators and Shower Baths. sash of every variety; a'airs, jewels ana Ban liters 500 on hand at all times. Dealers visiting our dty are Invited to examine our stock. Piano tunsd and repaired by a Professor of long expe rlence. Ware Roams corner Main and Union streets, Meapew mj21 PIANO PORTE, PURNITTJKE, Carpet and Curtain Rooms. PIANOS of A. A. Gales$t4! ' tSs-SrisSli- Co., Ligi Lighte, Newton --.SJdL. ry; Rosewood. Ma- l-gSS-5EI hoganv and Walnut Parlor -3rw tli -I and Bed Room Furniture, Sofas, Divans, Bureaus. Ward robs, Secretaries, Cottage Maible Top Bed Room Suits, and a tanre assortment of Common Fu-niture. Spr.i-'g, Hair, Moss, Cotton and Khuck Mattresses made to order Oil Carpeting, from tniee to eigateen ii wide; Tapestry, Bruss-ls and Common Carpets. Trans Darent Shades and Curtains. Camels. Curtains and Cer- nises. made by an experienced Upholsterer. Looking Glass and Picture Frames made to order Pianos tun-l. and all kinds of Musical Instruments repaired by expe rienced workmen. H. M GR03VENOR, Main street, between Madison and Monroe. mar27daw6m Money for Great B&rgains AT 1 -p -r- f p -p T O K I I K H. A, K K ( I i -1- v-' -- w XJ v-' 235 Main Street, Memphis. We rave determined to reduce our large stock Of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, bt orrEniso them at . JFor Casli! Jun2-2m IiaQRANQE, TENN. rpHIS rell known and popnlar summer resort, wW be 1 opened and kept tte tnsnln; season by the sib scriber. T. A. bURFOOT. ravl6-dltawatwlm J3 Enquirer copy. DRY GOODS POE CASH. J. L. TAYLOR, 1S4 Main St., Memphis, TTEA.R THE WORSHAM HOTJSE, -WHOLESALE AND EEATAIL DEALER 1.1 STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. OIiOTH XiXTGr, Hats, Roots, Shoes, Saddlery, FINE VIRGINIA TOBACCO, &c. aiercliants, Planters and Close Buyers Generally, are respectfally invited to call. rpHF following Seasonable Goods are new oflered far I sale low SWISS MUSLINS, Striped, Plaid and Plain: lai'.i'liNK " CAMBRICS, Mull, Book, Victoria; NAI VSOOKS. Plaid and Plain; BR1LLIANTINES, Fig'd, Striped and Printed. HICH 0RGa4lNDIES, Printed Jticonetts. 2,00O yards liiiwns, lO to 50 cts. Sjfjuu uest American auti English caitco; 500 yards superior Black Silks Rich Silk and Ucrage Holies aud Dresses ; Striped ItUtl 'Plaid Foulards' MANTLES. BLACK LACE, WHITE LACE. FANCT SILK, EMBROIDERED SWISS. MOURNING, &C. BASQUES. BLACK SILK LACE; EMBROIDERED SWISS. SHIRTS. HOOP, BRILLIANTS, GRASS, EUGEN'E, EMBR'D, ic. Mourning Goods. Black and Black and White Prints and Lawns ; Black Satin Striped Grenadine Bombazine ; Silk Warp Atpacca Berage; Crape Collar, Set, Black Robes. Black, Blue and White. BAJOU S unequalled Kid moves. ElVXjESOXZDJLiIAC-iilAJ- Cotlars, Sleeves, Sits. Basques, Mantles, cages, iniertuw Bands, Flounces, Handkerchief 3, Ruffiea. MEXN'S WEAR. . Fine Biack and Fancy Fiench ClaU of Siswuls' and ftther mikes: a Fine 6-4 and K Black and Fancy Doeekins, Slmonls' and others : Super Satin Moleskin and Velvet Ves til gs ; Bun. White and Faucy Marseilles - do; Bla kltallsn Cloths; Black French DrapD'Ete; Drab, Bine and Lead Aiber'lne Coating ; Brown Grey and Fancy Summer Cloths; Nankcnet Satteen, BrlH acd Fancy Coatings; Brown, yellow ana lveaa unrn uoaimss, Reed and Brown Drills aad Ducks ; Tork and Alakapai Drills, Nankeens, he BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS. CLOTHIJSTG tor Men and Youths' & Furnishing Goods Generally. Coats, Stocks, Shirt.. Pants, Ties, Collars, Nett Shirts, Dtriwers, rXanlerthlefs, Tests, . t,Tvau, .-.-!-. Dusters, Scarfs, Socks. Tor PARTIES, "WEDDINGS, &c. White Satin snd Figured Silk Vest ; While crava's. Ties ana .--cane ; White Kid Gloves, ftc, Ac HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. Table Covers, Cloths, Napkins, Crash Towels, Doylies. Counterpane. Fr-nges, Curtala Damaiks, Ea.brol4ered Curtain Muslins, Apron and Fnrnlture Checks, Tickings, Otnaburgs, Stripes. 31eached and Brown Sh'rtlngs. jf to 4-4. Bleached and Brown Sheetings, b-4 to 12 4. Jun2-dawly W. E. MILTON,- 26 Madison Street, Up Stairs, INSURANCE AGENT, FOR SOME OF THE BEST Marine Insurance Companies in the United States. Exchange and Note Broker. I will attend to the negotiation ot all NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE. ocl7 Afiminifttrntnr's Notice. ALL F-v sons having claims against the estate of the late R. C. F. Duncan, will present them at once lor payment, and those Indebted to said estate will call and B. B. WADDELL. Bjg Administrator. iscfllaneouSa-.. R. 2, BQOViN, i S.......C. Hern and. W. rHAZEX,., Memphis. .. JJROWV & FRAZER. A TT0RNRT4ASLAW. Offlees No 259 Msta street, -. V over Bewen's Music Store, Mempnlg, Tenn , asd Hernando, DeSotocounty, Miss. Will attexd promptly to all collection- and business en muted to them in West Tennessee and Nortb MUsiisipcL Reper to iranu Bro. 5. Co , Pbfia-lalebla; Crouln. Hurxlbsll & Sears, Waller SteiMetn. N. T.; w. B. Miller, Jones, Brcwrt & Co., W. J. Wtlb k. Co . Mem phla. apl9-dawly IIOUSE, SIGS, AAD ORXAMEXTAlT PAINTING, DECOKATING, S:c. W. H. PASSMORE TAKES tats method of Informing the citizens of Mem phis toat be bat teimsLeaily .ocated himself here. to cat ry on tbe above business, and assures those aho may favor bim wita tVt' patronage that all work en trusted to b!m win bare hi strict PERSONAL ATTEN TION In the saieelaon aad preparation of the material, as well as ihe falth'fulex.CBtion of tbea-woik. Noexer- tiou wUiaa pareUon bis part o give sati-faclion ami perrorm tbe woikTbeeaeihiy. and at the same time to suit th taste et the mast la-tkHoos. nis long rxrietierce warrants Mm In saying that hli costracts will be comp'Vd wl'b to tbe entire tallsfadion cf those wbo msypstronlze n-ra. Tbiy may also rest assure. that any work sodtrt.ktn byblmwillbe prompt ly aecdncted. Fr iiualifJeatKins, ha bag leave to refer to the follow ing perot.s : Capt. O. B Church, Capt. T. Newell, Mr. W. Pf4ev,Capt. J Goalee Cap'. Algeo, Mr. G Phlller. SUOP Bar Ic f Sarttnn s Drag Stot my23-dty 31E3IP111S INSURANCE t703JPAiT, Uleraipliis, Tennessee. CAPITAL 150,000. Sam. Mosby-. Pros' t; Ben May- SecV- orrics on jefferiox street. DIRECTORS. . O. Harbis, Sam. Mojbt, A. Q. C. Atkinson, T. W. WILKINSON. J. O. GaEEKLAW, T. H. ALUS, J. J. BAWLINOS. iaat7-tf Talce Notice. A LL penes Indebted ta tbe late Una ot Ferguaon, L eill & mack, eli ber ay cu ta er accuaot, are hereby notaard, Vat aaleas tbey nuke MtHe. at at the same bj the lat day af Jaae, pres., tbey will be placed, In the bsmi ef aa saacer tor coiuauen. P.0BSST BLACK. J II. WILBURN, myl5-dtwawlra ot tba asWeaald firm. JOIIV II. JOSES, Xj-CT-CUE-BE-JR. G- -E HV T rro bu; or sell, has on band at aH time Ciarrss Piste, A Poplar a? d Oak LumW, Bear tbe Cbarlelaa Rail road Det Give bin a ca'l- By22-dlm NOTICE. Totlie Stocklioldersof the Meni phis and Charleston R. R. Co. IN eenrJae with th- power aad authority given In tbe 15th Section at the Cbaiter of tbe Memphis aad CbarVejtea Railroad Cenrpacy, tee Raard of Dtreetars haver resolved tbat all SteckhoUess (except Uuxewbvse cases are in litre atior) wha eo not pay oai fully tbeir s'ock en er be fare the 30th day of JUNE NBXT. tbat the same win be forfeited V- the Company, Including all a tore waauyer aa-imiy unpaid. By order af tae Board. W. B. WALDRAN. apl Secy and Tieas'r We stern DtTlsion LEA & PERKINS' CSLEBRATED WORCESTERSHIRE SUJCE EXTRA OT ot a Letter from a PRONOUNCED CANNOISSEUES, TO BK THE Uedlcal Gestleman At MADRAS, TO IMS BROTHER at Only Good Sauce,! WOSCESTES, May, '51 MtLEA St. PER A7ID ArPLICABLE TO RIK8 that their SAUCK is hlgaly es- teemed la Ia.na.aBd Is, EVERT VARIBTT tn my eptaian tbemosl rlatab as west as the OF DISH. meet wbote-oate Sauce ibmtte made. Tbe ajy Medal awaraed by two Jury of tba Near Tark Exribttf.,a for Foreign .aaces. was oburaea by La at P2RRIXS for their WORCBaTHRSniRB SAUCK tee weetd wsrle m- of which hartag 1 toRWHieraas imita liana, parcbat -r. are earax-tlv reqaested to see tbat tbe aaaaaor "LEA & PuRKIXS" are lapres-d apoa tbe Bottle and Stepper, aad prtcsr-l open tbe labels. Set WBvksale A Krai for lb United Suits. John Duncan & tons, 40J BHOADTTAY, -. T. A stock alway ta -tore. AIM, ardars received ror di rect sbtKBBt frosa Eaglaad. reyO-lylp RETIRED PHYSICIAN ef life bave- aeary ran eat cttaeevered Ra-t ladles, a certain cuee fur Coe.oBip DrencbrtM. Ceaibs, Loios. aaa Renera TTae retmdy was d.soiverd by blmwbe hi aaly.cblM. a daughter, was given ap te die. Wlahin to da aa math g- d a- pv-srbie be wbl ead ta each of hi. afilMeil fettaw beings as request li, this recipe, will, tall asd exp leit oiree teas tor Bsekiag it op alet saecnia fatty aing it ll- requires raca apaiicaai taewae blui aae abllliog ibrbv ceots to be teturnM en tb recipe, aad the tern tfWer lo He paysaaat et tbb adTeriUement. Andrei" Dr. H. . No 19 Grasd street, Jersey mvl5-dawlBiis MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE CCaaTS RAIL-ROAD. FROM ami after SUNDAT. the 7th tntant. the PAS SENGER TRAIN win m-ke regular Sunday trips tj Sardis and return, th 're c.anec lng withJ P McAM ander's Coarltes, fur Panola, Grenada, and all Southern cities JaB3-dawlm E. M. PATRICK. Sap1!. BOESEAVE'o HOLLAND HITTERS THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS, LIVER COMPLAINT, "WEivE:NT:SS OF -.VXY KLNl), FSVSR &T&D AGUE. SUCH as InllieV.ion; Acidity of the Stoiach, Collek Palsx, Hartourn. Loss of Appetite. Despondency, Coellveaess. Blind asd Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous. Rbranatlc aad Neuralzlc AfPeiions. It has la numerous instances proved bigh.y beneficial, and In others affected a decided care. Thl Is a purely vegetable onmpouBa, prepares oa sirici- ly scientific principles, a ler Ibe manner of the estebrated Hettand Professor, Boeiaave. Becaase of 1U great suc cess In moot of tbe European States, Its tntradaetton Into the United Stairs was Intended mere especially far those of our faihertand scattered h-re and there ever the f ice e tl.s mighty country Meeting with great suecess amans them, I now offer K to th American pabtic knowing that its truly trondeerful medicinal virtnes must be acknow ledged. It Is pai tlcularly rtcemmended to tKose persons whose constitution may have been lupalred by the continaoes ue of ardeet spirlfc-, ?r other terms of dbsipatioo. Generally lntantaBoes In effect. It Beds Ks way direct tj lo the mat or ire, inmitogaBa quic. arati exerj ucnrj, raising" up th- itremplngspl.it and. In faet. Infusing new bealtU and vtaT In the .-ysteat. Notice Whoever ezpects to find tbl a beverag- wtt be-ell appointed ; bat to tbe sick, weak an-! low spirited. It win prove a grateful iroasatic ctrdial, possessed of islagatar remedial properties. . CAUTION. The rreat pornlarilyot this deHghtlnl Arema baa ln- daeed msny lrsliatletu, which ths pebHc sbeuM gnara a aln.t purchasing Be aet persaaoea is aay else BBtti you bave given BoeTbavea Hoaaad Bitters a fair trial. One bottle will convince yon bow Isflnitely sspe rl.r It la to all these imitations. TTjT Sota at SJv per oaauv, or ax ue.uca iw wj w Sole Proprleto-a BENJAfllirt I'AliK. JK. --., MAKrFACTCBlnO Pharmaceutists and Chemists, PITTSBURGH, PA. r-5-SoM In Memphis ti S. MANSFIELD 4. CO.; alsoZby WARD & J0NE3 and G. D JOHNSON. ap7-l y IMMENSE SUCCESS! Over Two Thousand Bottles of r. H. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED STRENGTH ES KG CORDUL ASD BLOOD PURinKS WIS sold last week, and the de mand. Is in Creating eve ry day The s eat sale that has su very rapidly sprung np or this rm edy is c-iRE TAJtt"" trlnsie mer- ts. Thru-aada ol weak feN and debllitatec pernns a thli city have been made healthy and strong by taking it It is the best alternative In tbe world, and the onl; temedy 'hat will purify th- blood, and at the same tin strengthen and Invigorate the bof oreanlzatlon. It will efiWlually cure all complaints of the Liver Stunsch or Bow, such as Liver Complaint, neadacbe Biliousness. Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach. Losi of Appetite, Nervous Diseases. Faintnesa. Weakness ot any disease of the Womb, Kidneys or Bladder ; and re move yellowness or sores from tbe skin. It ts a sun p retentive against Tellow fever, Chills, Ague and Fever. Cheera or any prevailing epidemic Thurelanc mil late about it. il3- Every twttle Is warranted to give satisfaction. Try It. It is very Pleasant. It leaves a delightful aromatic Oarer In the moulb after taking it. J. n. McLEAN, Sol Prrprtetor of .this Cord..-. Also, McLean Volcanic Oil Liniment. rs Principal depot on the corner of Third jid Pin streets, St. Lculs, Mo. For sale la Memphis, by ' G.D.JOHNSON Asant, corner Madison and Vain reels. Also, by S. MANSFIELD k CO., ' "febJ-dawlr Wholeteie Druggists, Memphis. - "i7.libeTanfre"ari oratxv. is A WhseBds while ia th' 1 tiea. AMbma I Debillly. 1 asposuse I apetled to ta- I ts.; I JAMES, City, N.J. REGULAR TUESDAY PACKET. For Cairo and. Sr. Louis. EDITOR Moriia Drady, Capt.j Bo. Robbln, Cleik. WILL leave M.mpbla EVERT TUE? DAT AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for Hickman, Cairo, and St. Louis eonnect- rrfii . s r i --ins at Oaho with the luinot cenuai liau roao, acd at St Lools with tbe Otlo and. JilssUslrpl Railroad and Pacific Railroad. Returning, braves St. Loals every SatarJay, at4' eloekr M. j alO-lm LA VALLETTA. SHIRLKT k CQ . Agta. For Neiv Orleans. - TIIE snlrndid steamer MSASiii- n VAJ4IA, win pas -ftcaipiii!!".-,"- .... . . V . . .11 intermediate potts ea rnuiai -M0RNING, June 12th, at So'dcck. ' jji.7 w Memphis, White RlTer aad Sapolcoa 7J. S. nTATTt PAGS-ST, Helena, Friar's Point, Lacohia & Concordia. STEAMER RATE TiilfBEE, JOHN T. SHIRLKT. Master....im. T. WOOD, Cerk . U THIS Ew, splendid ana rass steamer, 3 having een pttrctased ler the Packst - Trad- la placeiif the James umn:wui Eafm)iiiin! revnlariv In the trade. leaving Meniphl every MONDAT and fRlDAX sjrvoa. a-. M-, punctually, connecting at Napoleon wit If) White ar4 Arkansas river boats, taliag freight and passengers to Whtl river at regularorates. Returning, leave Nepo- Iron every TCE3DAX ana 3iiuuAi,aravui ty phis Sunday and Wednesday evenings. Thanxt-1 for former patronage, the cfwners nope 101 merit a cortlanance of tbe ame to their new boat, pro-mlst-ig strict attention to buslnta. , LA VALLETTA t MORRIS, Agents. Notice to SinrpEES. The -Frtibee" win rectrse freight until on o'clock on Mondays, and during th en tire day Thursdays, and until one o'clock Fridays. oct 18 . A T. Latalixtte, late of firm a' Laaette Mc-'l. J. T. SiilBLEr...r. Lata af the Kate Frlabee. E. G. Davidsos tLate cf Padaeah, Kentucky . LiVALLETTE, SHIRLEY & 0., STEA31EOAT AND RAIEROAD AGENTS m A2TD 0ESE3AL Corarfllsslon & Forwarding Merchants, A5D igents of Memphis and Chailtstou KfiScoad. OJf.ce iVo. SI Front Roa and Covert strut. Warehouse oa Water street, Walt's Block. Joas-ly H, HOEFEB, I,OOKING-GIiA3S &: GILT ESAMS -TVT A-Mll 'ACgrTRSR. OLD FiaBK re-gttdAi, Lwsuig Glaa e. re-.Hvered Itke aew Alrwwk warrant- d. OilPalnttags and Pic tures oa hand for sale, Washington street, belw Ttaatre.- my7 dly . Rare Opportunity for TeacherX-, rvHE-HeiBan-oFenialInsmut-," ta.thr wHb,s I Chemical anl Pbl oeoDblcAl Apoomit. Mps, Gl -tea, lie , will be sold to the cutest Ridker at the In stitute BatHing. in tbe town of H. man-to Ml..; en the FIRSr MONDAT (6ih aay) f JULT NEXT Tae A pparai us. ac , will te a.d tot ca.h the Lata and Icstitsta Bandings th reea, tor o. e-belr caah, and the oalM.cc open a cidli ef twelvejnontha wtlb interest. This pn-perty ts sell adapUU'fat Scnuol parpeses oi tr a lar.e boa rung bouse Tbe title 1 BEjBtD4. but under the ssle onl . och title ss fa Tested in tie Ba.r-1 of Truste. s ill be giv. su Ta sal w Bl polUvely be mada s it H arotrsti jor tse . payment a atbl. J. K. COKNELLT, r llEESAr-EOT Miss. scery lwarct oi lru.urs,, . Jtw2.dtwaw2w . J. A. IAJlPLE....ai. R. SHTCBELI....J. M. SASirLZ. Men, phis. Late of Abereent. Latest rsDSelecce. SAHXP-LE, MITCEELIa & CO., at Cotton Factors, Commission, liecemn?, and rorwaroing MEHOSAKTTS, MADI&O.t'-ST , TH1BD DOOR EAST OF ONION BANK, MEMPHIS, TKfiN. ASUrPLT cf b si Baggiug and Rope alway to-stare. Old, r tor upp i-a snd at the lw-t ttt as lees. We are also Agents for the ale of G. traan'r Double Geared Periabte ?hr-ra aad Vbeat Fans, bKbare saperl-r t aaytbiog of tbe kind evereeered to tbo plaster, being etKair-r. ater- otwabe, sad less lia ble ta get out of repair, and saay be esd with equal ad vantM In ellbrr m n. a r . r SVM B29-awIy f SL BBLS. sad H bMa alulasaa ; I tj 160 ' Whisky For sale by myl HANCOoK; CLaSK fc CO. CARPETS AT COST. W'K win c oe oat at COST oar esse- tm Bt cf Tapes try, Velvet, Brut. Is, Ihre Piy aud laaraln i.ar- pii. ray-S-lai McKI.v.SRT at. CO. TO OWNERS OF JLOTS IN 31 OR- Rl CEaiETEKY. THE ElmWM d Ceruenry have paiabas.d frem tba M.sus Morris tbeir 1' tetest in the Metfts Osu-a- trv, uin condition, Loamer, tbat all Itoteaas bava parcbased IeU in laid Cemetery, win ag.ee ta tke, la excBaoge, tbe same eaantlty of gieaed sa stmweoa. . with tbe privilege ot setectlsg asyet the unseed lets ot tonal a.ze. And now tne prepetnien is soeramen ia iae mownri ta Morn Ctmeian. with tbe-renura tba oar object tn tbu matter Is not speealatiea, bet a .sire- le aatte all tbelefieesce we can .to make K tawoeda uesaeury or the high st order; aad, far. her, tc aecesipakb tbat whlcb appears to be a geierai ee.lre--th removal al a Cem-tery ehjectieaabte on aecount of Ms location, so much "o, teat It Is probable tbe eily autbarltfl H ln teroose to prevent further Interments. Aad tbe let owner are hereby requested te call at the efflee ef Elui- weot OemeUry, cerser of waeatsgiaa ana ataia stnen, and give their written assent te the proposition If M- eaptaMe. a P STEWART, THUS U ALL a. iS, WM RUFFIN. JOHN 8HBLBT, jas M WILLIAMSON. aS-lin Directors' f Elmwood Cemetery. NO HTJMBTJa. Selling oil at Cost! A BARE CHANCE TOX LADIES TO PURCHASE RICH AND SEASONABLE GOODS, AT THE EillPOKlTItl OF FASmOIV, AXD Ladies' General Furnishing and Mantilla Establishment, 299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. WE are receiving aad opt stag, far J, inspection ot be ladles, oaeot tbe aaH tasbiooab e stocks of French MHItaery aad jP uer Drv Geada ever breubt lo tat dly. Asm, a ry wlett assvrtaentot Dress Goods, 3Ifks, B.Tges. Chal Hes, Ontaadies, Grandees. Ti..ue Robes, p aia and dotltu Muslins, Ac. We can particular attention to ear Millinery Department, Cons tiling of all styles of Frecca Beaset. Legharn,Eng Ush Straw, Neapolitan Bugentes and Ota. le. Flew ts aad Hlocons. Five thousand dollars worth of flaaFreaab. Embroideries. Valeocines, Glmpure, HaatOB, Fesat Laea setts, Chantlliy Lace, Em Droit! ercd Silh Mantillas, Lace Basqatoes. Dress Trimmings of aB styles ; Parasols, Fans, Gimpuie Laces, he. Al, at the Emgoriam of Fat Ion. Dresa aad MantsbU Making done, guarant-lug satiifauion as ta tylea-d ,hape. Mourning goods a'ways on band, asd on er Btataptly attended to. The ladies are rat rrsfeetfabr totrited. to can and examine our gooda before partbssiagf essewhere. N. STII.LMAN it CO., ap!2 233 Main street, MesBaais. Term. EDWARD PIC RETT, Jr., ATTOhNEr AT LAW, Mrmphl. . Tena. VGMxt, Jelsr sen at rent midway the PeU OQce Bsfidlng. j an2-d:w-.twly NO. tlS'2 MAIN STREET. WE are weekiy receiving adJllions la our already Urge and wen assorted stock or STAPLE aad FA MIC DRT GOODS, to ihtch the attentioeef ta trsde; la re spectfully invited. L. TtSTk CO mil2 dawlm No 2S2 Mln .treel. GAYOSO SATTLNGS INSTITTJTIOIT, A NEW SAVINGS B1XK & EXCHANGE OFFICE, No. 23 Madison Street. THIS Institution, bavug teen organized under a charter granted by the General Assembly at the State at Ten nes.ee 1 now ready far business. The Directors tor thi ensuing year are; FRANK M. W11ITB, aiib'iu : at. runin. rrcjrs. a J. SELDBN, H- M. AVERT, Cashier. By the charter, married wuaun asd children Buy de posit all soma oi not le-. Iban $1 per week, sBbJeeg only to their cootrul. Interest aBewed on aH deps.lts tor more than feur month, at six per cent, per annua-.' Ex change on New Tors and New Orleans. CeSectteaa made and proceeds promptly remitted. Memnhl. Term pec 7th 1SS. ly TO CONTRACTORS. BIDS will te received (it not taiteg ceeare; up to tte 4th day of July, lS57.for the SaiWiagor a Female ACidemy In Macon, Tesn , of brick, thirty by sixty feet, two stories high the better to famish ah maierial. For particulars. 1. umber f room', sic , apply to A. Mf0RE. Esq., Maeos, or tome at my resMeaee, three mUes West of Macon. G. T. HUNTER. , Jobs lm ensfman nnta-Mg uamsaysee. BECOlw-VTlOXIS, aSic, rlONRailinj, Marbfel-ed Mantles, Batctnbs CapHala for columns for the difftrnt Order and btytts.Gia ungs. Fine Caps, Trasrea Cittern Valves, Iron Ssere Front, Stair. Window Llntal. Iron Eave Gutters, F&pf Venttllators, Iron FounUms nd all that sort of thing made 10 order bi the bo t estabtbhmept In lh United SLite. JOHXL NORG AN, Architect. mvJS-3ra Walter's Kect. M-mrhls, Tetn. WOOD & PEROT, Ornamental Iron Worlts, PHJLADELPfflA. WE are nsw prtVaffed to fureuh, at tbeshortes t notice and very -' rwlCen, all orders fr Irn Ra'IIcg, ser Cerne. ties, Public Squares and Front Tard Fences. Is. n Verandah In great variety aiv cf new designs. Inn Stairs, circular and strlght. Fountains, Settees. Chairs, Tree Box's, Tabl- s. Animals, Statuary, and decotatrte Iron work generally. Be ng In the centre of the Iron and coal districts, where tbe necessary materials can be h d at the-lowest prices, and being the eldest, mot experienced and tarf est boue ot the kind In the country, we are able to pro ent all work at lower erics than any ermpetUera. Having; appointed Mr. ROBERT FLETCHER. Architect, our ant at Memphis, Tcnn., we refer all perscrw no-'irg work to hira for all necessary Information anl fnrbooka ot designs, embracing an unusuaUy large variety of pat terns and wbo Is authoilzid to sell a.l wok iMtterid on board of vessels at Philadelphia at h iowe FbBa pelphla prices. WOOD k PEROT. Q-Ofilea in Walker'l Block, No. 15, third stain. . raaiJO-l-a rf?ec ..Mr-A'A1 ,c,nf ' -aar-sTSIBaE-- - 'gSi t MW