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THE DAILY APPEAL
F&IDAT JANUARY 9, 1857
We are without telegraphic dispatches
UmtmtsaUag. The wires re not in wwbj oioer.
gE -The gentlemanly clerk of the jikenia
Tesactwta late St. Laait paper far at, 4 placed K 1b
what be tanr a secure piece. SotwffftoteK,MH!
at (Mm, wr the lew. There may, bawewer. stee
Ci? be x raekeatag.
Railboad Accideht. Oa Wedi?day
fratgM trite an th MetBSni asm Ctmrleetoa RaflrMd
bwta dawn, after laeviBg CoitturrttK. Two an wsre
CBrantelely oter. K rwmm lajared. Tke
immii Wj aad Bull arrived ia Hjetr-tte aoctameJi-
Mes tiB kitastac tbea to rar dtr.
Smm scamp, by representtiie biroest as
cmbmibI wick the airtvJtf .Yean, Mtcceaded la tasting
tta totten aad excaiBgn bWonic to that pipsr, oa
Tuwatj liat. They have xt heard cf kin or tbeai since.
W tract they wO! ascertain the name af the Use t-Sncered
gent., and BstaUsh It. as a war sin to all evil-doers.
ATTENS THE SALE OR lOU MAT L.-OSE A
,Babsaik. All these interest!. wiB da well to remem.
berthat the sale at X. H. MORRltOK's lfid. at s actios.
Will takaptwe at It a'clack, oa Wednesday the,2lct last.,
at the niHsnct af Mr. SLat. White. For parties rs,
ik wkty Appeal ar JiwflriiK. J. B. Maclix, agent.
15?" The City Gaards and Washington Rifles
Bataaatt yesterday , aat attracted general atteatiea. We
wBWaiBtataaath ramnaBtc. tor the bettor paid at ay
a ulaaa.' W were glad to an the mattery on- eatae
tamilm at the aaaivcrserr af the battle of New Orleaa ;
atsd are omty aarry that aw cttlzea dU set eeltbrate the
Ttetotr acham at Xcw Orieant, by a bgjl ar aapaer, latt
- Tb firm of Meters. Lamb &. UrsHAW
hat eeea d In aired. Mr. IrwAW havtac dtaaaaed ot hk
laaaatat to Menn. James Yocsa aad W. S. Xoaitis,
aad the tifte af ta lm w hareararr a Umb, Tooxc
2c Oo. TaategaatltnieaaaTiaoahaadaaaliaadtd stock at
HaaVt, StaHtauy, Jc-, aad e have bo "doubt the sew
flna wal aacarae a ctattaaanee at thenalraaiaioaaitaaeil
eathcajB. IherareatthesaaaeaU stand, la WItar't
L-aasT Cibcplatjok. The Jftriiftiy iVew
saket the IcUawiac autoaiaat a rdathm ta the Apr cm.
aad Eaintmf VaM, aad their reaeeattve ctrcsMiaws.
TTi i Ttaaliil
"The Appeal had an article 7e?terdar Kferrioc to
1 at the 'lanmt etrcalaUoa la th car.' tor the
r ArBBt . We at drat thostht to eaate oat -crah
1 with aa eshiblt ot fart aad aar. bat ddob ia-
aeaUaaUoB we flad that the nmg Awl Aarnot quite
tmr cncaiauoB aunt ror iae appeal. cuoor a
Bahi an to 'hoc down,' jast a btta. Thenforr. he It
kpaw that we no lancer et as to etaiat tht 'the Eetn-
aa jraaaa, witaoat the aid of the Maratac 'raj,' hat a
fcnanr drcaUtloB than th Appeal. At the BreseBt
laehtet laerea, however, we will not ?2a hare to aaake
aa aaeaadaaa evea la Iivw af that aaaer."
I la that naawMrtlna we Btbjht add that ear ratio of tn-
esataeb, we think, as treat at that ot the Morniig aad
Atwtwf A'eau nnatblair. We are, hawtrer, clad le
hKa MM one thbore are la sack a loBrbshtos crndl-
FACTS AXB FAACISS.
"ratal: the ttann af the aaar wheat met neneat nay
IfceUBt eaBtocM dnrtttg the nrtTiaat twetre Bnattht.
SNOOTtm A PIO).
ye aad 1 r : 1 1 ad that a acmn ronnertad arKhtaenmo
ata pag. a aaartttne stoce, and, farther, rhatitcaat
tm. aha heart af the caty It an acre or Basra of
, which, are learn, attention wfll he paid to,
We. haee ham lata, and that twa Pianasa. at srecarBt
artna, wets lataaUy too ad h the Beaghheetcod at Mrt
W tSaaattnA a reck, Btaeed hy Oat. RmiiE, at the
cat Jlatinn and 3tatn atrtets, bat heeB dtaar-
Th It SB tf a athael tnthe tnbnrat, t LtttlaiLd Oeattcll
aa.Bawe Asa aat traat. The petttlon hae not heta cobi-
ganalrr fmUtrt hare aeeB aanalnd.
that the liseaceaef atast Bab'.kc
1st af Pehnary. We
that ts mm aoaant mt takeeasag web, bad llqaart.
'1 BOA8IM.VC MOCSES.
Pilaes jaand: the otat weathsr has ladaraJ awn to
3her Bad ataad kr tlmniji is It umiaiMeto
aetMBhat mm to sat thenar Vi4e, "JJahiaat's UbIob
U Urhrhtta treat Inra with totcf A hag sen
at the Appeal ntane, aetltlag to sab-
for the alt er, with aa fnadtTn M packet.
xsasar-BwTRisoisx exempli tieu.
A Serca JttBtary Caatpt ny ptayttt a f aamal darae in
BBasBBBnanaa ot law great Tietarr aohhared by the lta-
luaitx. Claa.nl It
W haee hern Teasetted to matte a raearr to take at
sat iijataatL taoarcity. "We nwirrstand a great aarar
heaaa le awrteed.
Xtas awaac loattr. There area great bmb) HcA anea
to'tastcttr: K it not netoiitrrto liaHrtiaalltt. The
(Mr Oaaacti adgattake rxxcedtoa.
That Is a trite gay jag, bat the 1 lit 11 ibh af erexv-tar
Use aeaaat Ms trnthfnlne r.
'jjeaaral ataaailale are la the Beat far thta gnat eatoe
Utaaa to tw iteca !
W aadi itaail there it a roaaaliacy Bgilnat the tele
geaaft esseela thi city that ttcae arenaaaa, whtch are
Tpeaad tonasdeer than the faagBetic whsteaaM paeei
tey braar taint. Braw yoarown wfeteaoat.
"Iae ChaaaMff are eaaaing,'' to wa'taoccat, the,
ether Jmf eeeniBg. when w) fooad a Ber ta the (r) iay
at aba Theatre. A Late (IJ er, to be tare was preient,
bwXK saved aat the caee, for a Taylor pr tested ctaine
that wars inunhlJdta wen at tboteof a fat Smith,
by at BtoOey asdipare. We were not, however, TyrttlizM,
Jar we knew aah'ift had ailaeB, and a Jaaatea wa on
bnndtoaanKh. af raid wu one s( the aaeot r'Btark
aahitiaal ot Chose pretest, (tin, Of-s-day drew forth
eaaanateaM. EtMr-iMt caTM en Saraf-i-aoe lor astltt
anee, and fast, saw, reenosdrd. The other Stint hat
toThna a another, yet the hae left I thtsd her ASH (I)
au. Jfa (d) ar. who ypeaki next? Atltu. '
(Isjoat.) We predict that Mob. Howell Cobb, of
tfinasjai ; Has. lot AC TotrcEr, of -Coaaecticat ; Hon. J.
Jcascv Jokes, of Peaasrlvanu; Soa. Jesse 1).
Ubisht, af ladhtna; Hob. Chas. J. Paclkses, of
Ylaglnla; aad Haa. Mr. Kcsc, ot Texas, will be Bwatbert
af the seat Catlnet. Wealto think Col. JohsFoksev,
wtB ha aeat a", g. Senator f roat Feaaeylvaaia ; we stil
Mrthec think, that Kr. Gwink win be re-elected U. S.
Btnaltr treat CalMamla, aat that Boa James Greek
aadflor. P&ice, will b: the C.8. Seaetare fraat Xtteant 1
Hat lit laaghahte to hear paUtlceans, waU vareed ha erersj
laasg wnten sertSBat to tnetr its tctm pariler, talk ; aad
to BMtJatgatusitliiiaj which wade, ahove, perastt as to
m? wn have no aW apon wbiehtobaK theai.
' OVR LAST.
The thiBBjakers are worthy aeto they are the sale aids
at that whs desire to stand' apua the Oenalttateaei.
Tsej-staee their seat right, and if a Tlctoty-ie not
achat rod by aaand men It mart be attribnted to the o(w)lt
H'err say atteatiea, tbtt is oar latt.
A Decided Citke. The coming changes ot
weBSkar leader it tc iBivent tm erery serton to prelect
Shear health, aad no J 'Iter ranedy can he need bh as
raratrre and preventive than Har ley's Sareasarilia.
ASVrtinai of the Ch-tt, hraachltto. or any dcranaeawBt
af the rvtairtory system it p -rn:iarlr benentted by Kt
inlhtag; taaaeaee. aad jr. protracted cates ef coatht.
naiBf, ar irmauea aoevt tae taroet or cheat, deciaedl
the aateat and atoet effl:kjBi cine that caa be re-
eeclad to. la taja clt It is extensively need with marked
. ureal sr. loin titrate.
AUrALT.KEVPOCKETBOOg.or Porto Voaaie.cea
taaBiat; a anea of money, was foaad In aat store,
Mat Dtatnibu last, which the owner cos gel by prtrls;
Ptoar tore aad for tale by
BARSBtT it WALKER.
P9TATOBS 6 ttt. Xetchanolks m ston aad far taJr
hy JaaSdlw BARKKTT fc WALKBK.
T) STK 1 at kbit fresh Bitter. In store anafor sale
J ay jaat aiw uxMnTK VALKSK
T) OPB las coUs Rase is rtore and for sale by
XV JanS-dlw BARKBTT h. WALKRR.
TITHISE.T sehhkt. and 88 faalf bale. In store and tor
rv sdebr laal-dlw BARNKTT& WALKBR.
T7IEATRBRS M batjt aaePeathert, in atoreaad far aale
V ay tong-dlw BABXETT i. WALKER.
-nOORBQK WHI8KT M bblt. Old Bonrbon Whisky, la
jj aat t ana tar tale ay
BAknBTT li WALKBK.
54 and H casks in afarr aad f r tale by
BAKNBTT i. WALKKR.
T)1K PfUJTT S9 besxs Pie Prnit in ftore and for sale by
JL aaas-aiw BAKNKTT h. w
tdbt KBsnvni-par steaaKrJSdtfor. 1W bblt. Pfaar.
ti Jaat-dlw BARKKTT i WALKBR
03L OS 3VT O -7- -A. Xa
NEW BKUG STOKE.
WB take pieaeare in ladornilDg the cittzeat ot
(Meaasbis and tbesabltc geaerally tiitt we hare re
moved our stock of Drags to the cornor of Main and
. Utsa streets, Aad W13 mkr pleasare in accommo
dating an wba mty fararas wttha call.
We are ekot receipt of a f di snprdy of f neh aad gen
chat Braes. Cbemieslt. J'ateU. OUt. Pert tejery. &c
Paiaajiaar amntica pats, to BCtag er i-reecnpitest ar.
- - -
B. JOrNTIir& CQ.
BatMt aa the levee
Arrlralt and Departnret.
T. 0. Twtcooll, Kfw Orleaai to Cain.
K:e Fritbee, Xapoleos to Kempals.
Pete Waeltloae, MenpbU to Kur OrltiSI.
It. S. Meaoasab, Xew Orleant to Ctliu.
AleoaU, Uemahie toXastiTBIe.
Appeal Sim Box. We have placed tipn the Wharf
Boat a X ews Box, far the receptlaa of papers from oar
frieB& eathe rtrer. We trctt the oncer of best wm
drop paper thereto, tar this ofict, aad we wHl rttarn all
3" The rteer It still famac. We harn from Captain
MtUer, ttthtAltania, that Camberlasd rirtr ltfaUlBg
fatt, aad that tbere were eidf four feet wateroa Harpeth
SbaaU. The Ohio is troiea tight, twenty mHe above
Faducah; aad the Kiseiseiapl, abere Chester, Is sirred
in three places. The Msttit Wayne was lying at Cairo
when the .Afeaafa pateed down. The iir opposite oar
dtyi filled with Coating lee. The weather li extremely
J3" The Ben. FrantHa is the regaiar packet to-day
for New Orleans.
J3- The Iitfomar wist arrive to-nerrew from Kew Or-
teaBt, and depert en Koeday.
3" The SminsvlUe has not arrived ytt. Sbt will,
pregaaM, be at the landing to-day.
3Tae Afeotfe aritred early yesteaaay morning frost
Xashrnte. She braofht dewa a large qaaatHy ot frelght
and a goodty BBber or pattengers. Sbe departed at fire
o'etorkilatt ereaiag, with teveatT-Sve ptfteatert.
S3" The JJjntat Berne was sot enahted to get abore
CtarbiTffla, owing to the lewatay of water. She made
arrangeaent with anothtr steamer to carry her Fasten-
gera to XaaheiUe. Shewfllbe lure this ereniag wbtn
BerhTit Captain wMaatkea rrpert in pertoa. She will
depart ta-atorrow afteraooo at fear o'clock. Oaptatn
Lee H a aaactaa! miti.aad he has eeatfesunly clerks.
S3- The Xavottte packet Kate Frithet, will leave this
eeeatBg far Kapeleea. The pepaUr VTUl Weode is Cap-
taia, and Charley Clart is one of the derks. Passeo
Kepublic. InadeerteBtlr we dnet sotfee yesterday
this tee aad fast packet, commanded by Cipt. K. ifont-
gasiery, aiid bavteg at ctetk ilr. Joe Kirby. She Is a aa
perior packet, aad we eammend her to oar shippers as
wen worthy of their Bttroaage. Oaryeang fritad Bifly
Ilodge it her aeeat.
At boob, OB the Sth ot Jaanary, at Calvary Cttarea, by
Xight Rev. Bishop Otey, Hen. John Pope and Midline
ABELA Clara Chambliss, all of this vtctelty.
Oa the 3Cth alt., by the Rev. H. X. WUklstea, at the
lestdtant ot Lovet Spivey, Ko.., et Drew ceanty. Ark.,
formerly ot XiesHtlpBt, Mr. John R. Shelton, of
.Florence, Beaa coonty, Ark., late of Fayette county,
Tna., aad Mits Viroinia Asn Spivet.
We with theocaplea long life ot aapptaett, x3 may
their hrifhteit hopes be realized. W. D. M,
WE reTectfn'Iy call your attention to our extensive
tck of Hardware. Cntiery, Cans, French Window
eiass. Kails, Ca&ttngt, Metalt, and all other articles is
oar line tatted ta the trade ot thit section of coaatry
mottot wkKhhas eltberbeen imported by us direct from
Bnrose, or selected from the beet lactoriet in America by
oar partner reHdent in toe Ettt.
Tne recent addition of another store to oar premises,
enabled as to catablHh a eonr.nient
WHOLESALE SAUPLE KOOX.
entirety e9eanBccted from the retail braack f oar trade.
and we feel astared that Merchants will coaaolt their own
Intent t by looking into thit room and making their se
lect ions. otw hot goes and panctoal mea need apply,
aaks accompanied With tbe cak.
LOW.NKS, OH61LL & I U ,
13 and It Front Row.
lent Kew Tork OCJee, tt Piatt atreet.
tttK have jast received from the Cumberland River s
1 V fan at sortment and beavy stocs of tbe
Celebrated '"Stacker" Iron!
Including Wagon and Bandy Tire, Plough and Scraper
Slabs, t sorted Plongh MuUl'It, Hors'-thoe, Xail-rod,
Round, Square, Oval, Hau-ov,bcrap, ate, 4c, of erery
reauired ditaenstonf. Alto
Warrauird BIlos, solid bcxtand other) Wet, Hoase-
how Anvut Meage ana liana Hammers, smiths' Tung,
Stocks ana lie. lti, square ana uctagon uatt ateet,
Bcgiith and American Blister, Grmaa Steel, Borax,
Horn -sails, Portable Forges. &c., &. Apply to
LUWAKe, UKI.ILL X I'll,
tent 13 and 1 4 Front Row.
TU3r Received, heavy shipments ot Ploughs, embracing
J variont sizes of "Livingston County," amonatt which
are several hundred cf the celebrated Xo. II. Also Double
Jsouid-board. Sob-soil, H 11-eide, narrows Cultivators,
and aa todlen variety of and Decenary Agricultural and
HorttcnUural impkmeou for particniars ot which, see
oar Illustrated Catalogue, f uraohed oralis at our store.
LOWXES. ORGILL & CO.,
jest 13 and U Front Row.
It I C H ' S
Fire - Fro of Safes
FACTS SPEAK LODDER THAN WORDS!!
AT tbe great Are which broke oat in Warren and Murray
etreeta, New York, 9th Nov.mber last, where prop
erty to tbe amount of
$600.000 ! !
was destroyed, several ot these Safe's were tested with
reMUtt similar to the following :
Siw Tore, Xor. 11 . 18S6.
Ma. BstTSB. : In the are at u 39 Warren-street, on
the naoroing of the 9th intt.. our moet valnabia books and
papers were etpowd for 35 bears in one cf Stearns k
We say dre proof, not because they are so labeled, but
because we have-vo proved them. Oar books and papers
came oat striata ed, save the binding of the bosks, oeca
aWned by steam.
Onr store was ave starlet above groand, aad two fu
ries below, occupied fram cellar to garret. The intensity
ot the beat can be attested by any n retain who witnessed
No f areaee conld be etnlrived by the ingenuity of man
to create a more intense beat. We voluntarily give this
trtbate to the value er these Safes, and select yonr widely
circulated eumtr erctal Journal to inform tbe mercantile
mtaaity what ektimste to piece upon Stearas St Mar-
vtB's WUder Patent SabMsander Safes.
HA VI LAND, BARREL & RISLKT,
In tbjsrohaexlon th Xanuractarers write os: "We have
Bade these Sates over It yea s have sold over 9 500
Had SIS tested In accidental fires ia tbe United States and
CaBada, and never yet had a customer to lose a dollar by
re from jae of them. We think ih'y haveratned a high
rrsatatien. as tbey are readily sold here in preference to
ether Safe's at 56 to 60 percent, less price." A lull stock
kept coBttaatly oa hand by
LOW:,KS, UKUILL H CU.
Agents for Stearas k. Marvin.
BY virtue ot aa interlocutory decree ot the Cbancery
Coart at Ripley, at its December Term, 1S56. 1 win
rn at the Court Houee door, in the town ot Kipley, on
the FIRST MONDAY in March next, One Hundred Acres
of Lard in the 1th Civil District ot Lauderdale county,
Mooring t the Rttate ot Cnoprr K. Jones. Terms cash.
janl3-wtds HEXRr H- KICIIAKUSO.N, C. &. 31.
Jl. F. L-OOXEY,
t TTORNET AT LAW. Cfnoe tver C.
W. Cherry h
PAPER HAA'KI.YGS !
WE ate Jast in leteipt of a large and varied assort
ment of plain and decorative Wall Paper, the pat
tern) and designs of which are nil new. All Paper seM
by us put ap, and n chtrge made unl ss perfect satisfac
tion is given. Call and leave yonr orders
ao 2W WINSTON" CHURCHILL a. CO.
FROM my plantation in TaUbusfaa county, Miss ,
on Snoday. the Sad day of Kovember last, my negro
bc-y ISAAC, about 21 years ot age. Isaac it of a
mulatto erior, wm weigh loo or leopoanas; quiet
spoken and Intellig nt ;ts a wagon maker by trade. 1
will give a reasonable reward fur his apprehension. My
Post once is Oakland, Miss. It. L. SHOOK.
FlPrr bbis. Old Rye Whisky aad Boar, on, warranted
pare, In tore aad for sale by
HUXI1 S A.MJKltSU.N;
BovTT-tf Sm. 157 Main tireet.
TCST leortred, 308 bUs. Smith's miRrior Pltttbnrgh
J Ale. H. H. POTTER,
decls Malu-st, 3d door North Worsham House. 4
Caution to tlie Public.
MY Pocket Book was lost or tteten from me on the
Sholictlt during her late upward trip. Ameng other
valuables, it contained several promissory notes. AU
nertoas are therefore cautioned not to trade for any notes
dae me, ualess prsoerly vouched for.
decSI-tf THUS. B. UAKKULL.
A Great Variety
0P Goods such as are generally kept In onr Use of the
most beautiful sttles, suitable for
aH of which we are selling very low.
dee23 J. K. MBkRUiAK & CO.
Ftr Christmas & New Year Holidays!'.
JOSEPH SPEOHT, :
SN ALIj branches,
American, French, and German,
Madison Mreet,one Daor East of Main.
IN retaining hit thinks to tbe citizen! of Memphis fcr
the very liberal patronage extended to me, I wouf. in
term them, and the puMicgenra"iy, that I have Jctt re
ceived a fresh importation, direct rem Parlt, of very 1 KL
sad floe Eoodt, suitable for presents and gift in thr
esmiac Muaa t. in awitton to these. I have tbe most
extensive Tariety t a'ttdes ot my owjj monutattitre
gotten np in the very tml style, together with my rute
Oaadies and Cakes, so that I am prepared ts Btease al
with goods in my liBe.
Also ob hoBd, O ranees, Lemons, Pine Applet. Raisins
Chocolate, Wlaes Champagne, Sealed Fruits, N'att, Sar
dtne. and Lobsterg.
CJ" Orders for PARTIES, BALLS. &e., exeruttti in
the most detl'abie manner and on tbe shortest notice.
Orders from the country carefully aud promptly attend
S. B Frets Miscc Pies every day. dedS-lm
Suburban Resilience for Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon good termt, the former Real
dence of C. P. King, Ksq., Ixlngon the north tide ot
the new State-line road, a mile and a bait east of the
city. The tract contains 11 aeret, and Is Improved with
a small residence of three rooms, well and other imcrove-
Atfoa fear acre wedd lot, nearly opposite: This tract
Is wHe three qsaaters of a mMe'ot a cood church and
sdwat, and it m one ot tbe best and healthiest neishtor-.
cooos i sac Tfflimj Aiempsu. u. B. LOUKE,
nsvll Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OFFICE,
fniDAT, Jaanary 9, 1857. J
Cottos The tzarket yesterday was Inactlre, and rar
ties holding cS for sttaiaer'i news, and the tegrapn
wires down between this and SomerTlIIe, and the stoec
on tablet light. Sales yesterdiy reached 859 bales.'prtsc
ranging at fortner rates. W continue qoetatlcns at
Sales -1 at 9; 3 at 10H';S3at!l; JlatllK;95at
llK;:tllH; 13 at UK; 73 atll.HjC at llh';2SSat
12; U at UK; S3 at 12XS 301 at 12K; C3 at 13; 19 at 13K
. ilEMPUia C0TT0M QUOTATIONS.
Inferior 8K 9
Ordinary 9K OK
Fair (tcarce)...is CS
MEMFIIIS DOMESTIC MARKETS.
Baooiko and Hope. ...Kentucky Bagging. I920
far nand Loo r. and 2taeZ3 rtr rower Loom; Hope.
HandSpan, iibjim, jiacaine opan. izsaizHc.
Floor 9 bbl., S6 75; Superfine S7 00; Extra S3.
Wheat. ...Sales at from 653 to $1 per btucal: but
Oats.. ..Stock light, wr.n limited demand; in sacks.
delivered. 5650c and retail 60c.
levee soM at 45 t"c bushel, sacks f smlihed by bajer,
and 55c, sacks f nrnisaeu oy teuer.
CoRy....Kar(Jornowacuc, m bices to tdc.
1'OWDEH... .Kentucky Blfie ten keg lots and upwards.
6 25; under ten. not lett than five kegs.SS So; undr
fivekegs, $6 75; Mining Powder, tea keg lots and up
wards, it 75; five keg lots and onwards, S5; nnccr five
kegs $5 25.
Stock Market. There is a good demand for all de
scriptions ot Stock, and buyers are paying from 1 to 5c
for good beeves; oh e cents ror nogs, and siooauoo
head for aheep, according to qnallty and size.
Seed We quote clover at $US12 1 bushel: bine
grass Si so; timoiny $s(9$o; nenugrass $s($zoo;muS'
keet, 3 50; orchard S2 50, scarce; millet seed $28 $2 25,
Sugars... .Fair J0K11; Primo UKUK; Choice
12AI2H; Clarified and Granclated llsaitc.
CorrEE....UMKlo WM to litte. ; new Rio. 12 to
Teas. ...Retail prices: Imperial SI & si 60 &; Gnn
powder 41MS1 CO; Yonng Hyaon SOogSl 25, Black 603
Provisions. ...Clear Sides 99W; Shoulders 839:
Hams l&teilc. sugar-cured, 12M11; $20flbbl. Mess
leef, 19Q $20; Dried Beef I16il5c. in lots; by re
tail 15A1CC. BulkPurk 7H(g3c; Mess POrk 23(321.
Star Candles... .Stock ilsht. Whole boxes 27
&ZS; htlvrs and quarter 2S29.
Sardines. ...Wholes, none; Halves. 31 50 w dozen
ysiriers, 9j$$3 ou.
wrappiko t-APER... Large size, ei iti rtam; ne
ci urn, voci crown toe
Laro.. ..We quote btl5atl3S14. and kegs at ltc.ra
15e. Stock light.
Molasses. ...OldBeboiled. CSto 75 cents, new 70 to
Salt.. ..In lots from linding. SI 20 to 61 30 for
uoars.', ana si 00 to 51 oa, from store, si 45 to $1 50
tvoars-. sua bi o rme.
Lumber.... Poplar. SU 60312 60; Cypress. A15(316:
Yellow Pine.817slS; Pine Flooring. S30; White Pine.
dressed, 530: Shingks. S2 60(33 60.
CRACEERS....Watei. H bbl. S525: Butter. 45(35 0
sugar, sh et a.; sooa, n uoston, 11c;
tobacco. ...wequote Missouri, Kentcckyand Tennes
see, pounds and half pounds at 15425: Virginia. S's
and 8's, good brands, 2540c; Tlrginia, extra brands,
pounas, '.uouc, ana caoice ana xancy, ou(SSi uo.
Whiset Dean'a 3135c.; St. Lonis brands 34 to
TlSEOAR.... Apple (pure) S6 OOS6 50T) bM.. Mann-
racturca (pure $oat$a ou. ,
UORN AlEAL....UUllat bU ,C fi DUSMI.
Rice.. ..By the tierce 6st7c; scarce.
SOAPg....Memphlt,6K6c; Eastern 7Scl a.
Starch ....Ohio Pearl, 1S39K.
Mackeral... .Stock light, and advancinr. No. 1 in
MM!. S16 60.No.2InbbIsS12 60wI3: Xo. Sllarrel 11
Wooden Ware.. ..Painted Palls. $2 60a265 doz.
ramin,Bn,si 1-7 ft nest.
steel.. .. spring, isxc; uerman.isu; Bnglish Blis
ter, 90e; American Blister, 10c; Cast Steel 25c.
Cordage... .Manilla, l'gisc ? ft; Cotton, 253J30c.
Stone Ware.... Selllngata15c el gallon.
SnOTASB LEAD.. ..Pat shot 42 10; Back. 2 60: Bar
u so ic , ng, .7 x . ouppiy scarce.
FEATHERS. ...small supply, and In good demand at
Leather.... Domestic. .Sole (rough 1621c; as in
WESTERX-60LE. foakl 404?c; Harness. iOCillc.
eastern. ...Sole (hemlock,) 3235c.
ntDES....Dry Flint. 11613c; efitSKC for Green.
2535 for Sheep.
IRON... .Tennessee Cumberland bar.1 5Xc; Pesnsvlva'
nla (Pittsburgh bar,) 6c; Castings (hollow ware,) 4S
oc, lacuioe t,astloit9, otc et is.
riN....i. u. sizsTH, su 62 k; Block 37Xcts.:
Bar 45 cents.
GLASS. .. .French Window.SxIO, $2 25; 10x12. 62605
box 60 feet. Pittsburgh 8x10. S2T1 box; 10x12. $2 60.
NAILS. ...St.&O to $500 fi keg. accordlnetoaualitvfor
Kaseim, 5 ou 10 50 ror rmeourgn.
Linseed Oil.. ..Has advanced 6 to 10c.; cow held
$1 so, siock ugm.
paints and uiLS....wmte Lead at 8 to 9 60 for
wholesale lots, and I9c for retail; No. 1 do,7KSc;Red
Lead 9(810Sc; Lard Oil $1 10 to 41 25 by the barrel;
Train Oil $15 to S30 bbl.
wall fa per. ...Tne sioce is moderate, and compri
ses cwry variety or style ana price; demand active, st
10ctS$3 59i) roll of 9 yards, ss in quality and price.
chickens. ...lasrajc; Eggs lZKasisc; Turkeys 75c3
Potatoes Insn (new) si eo4S2 00 per bnshej. end
BROOMS. ...Fancy, $39150; Common, 42 252 75 t
Black Pepper. ...We qnote at 15c A 2. with small
supply and demand.
Lime.. .. SI 75MS2 00 9 barrel.
HAY....$25a$M t ten.
KrjTs....Soft Shell Almends, -13 to 23: 71 &; Pecans
lNDiao....$125to$l 50 Tl a.
Saleratus... .Sales are made at7KSc 9 B.
Soda....67Kc 'H a.
Spices. ...Kutmegs, $125 a; Ginger, SM10c
COAL.... Pittsburgh scarce, at $1 25Cf$l 50 ft bbl.
TAR....lnbbls,$5S$6; la keEs,75c: half bbls, 225
Memphis Rank Sole and Exchanje List.
CORRECTED ST MEMPHIS EXCHANGE BROKERS.
Union Bank ot Tennessee and Branches... ......par
Planters' Bank ot Tennessee and Branches par
Citizens' Bank and Branches... .......par
Commercial Bank ...par
Southern Bank par
Bonk of West Tennesee,-at ,Memphls.. ..par
Bank ot Memphis par
Bank of America, at clirkivill- par
Lawrencehurg Bank.. ...par
Kxchsnte Bank par
Bank ot Chattanooga........ ...........par
Ocoee Bank ........par
Agricultural Bank.. ....par
Merchant's Bank par
Bank of Middle Tennessee par
Bank of Claiborne ....par
Banket Knoxvllle.. par
Bank of Tazewell............ rar
Bank Dandridge par
Farmers' Bank of Tennessee.......... ...par
North Carolina 2dis
South Carolina and Georgia .......par
Kentucky, Ohio andIndLma(5tock Banks). .parK prnn
Louisiana....... H 1 prera
Northern Bank of Mississippi par H press
Commercial Bank, Manchester, Miss par
Miss. Mutual Insurance Co., atCoIumbas par
New York H to I pre a)
New Orleans H to 2 prem
Louisville and Cincinnati X to 1 prem
St. Louis X to 1 prem
American Gold 1 U&t prem
American Silver........ ..................ltftffl prem
t 90 00
.. 135 00
40 sens $35 00 1 120 acrs...
SO " ........... CS 00 1 160 " ....
None in market.
Kxcainge very scarce and ia great demand.
MEMPHIS RETAIL, TRICES FROM STORE
AT WHICH PLANTERS' ORDERS ARE FILLED.
Bagging India, tlyard
P.OPE Keutuct, f( .......
Bacon Sides, a
" Hams, plain..
CorraE Rio, 1 a
Candles Sperm, 1 B
FLOUR Superfine, hbl
Lard Tn kegs, a
Molasses Rebelled, 'gallon ,
Pork Mess, barrel
Whisky Common rectified, gallon.,
Sugars Brows, J, a
" ClariSed and White
SALT Coarse, fl bag
" Fine,?, bag ,
" Kanawha, bushel....
Cheese Western, a
Apples i barrel
.... 9 fit 9H
.... 8 8H
... 8 (SS 60
...SI 6031 75
...$I 752 00
.... C (il CH
Exchange end Bank Note List.
O. XX7. OJC'itlSjgsl'S eftJ CO.,
COR., FRONT ROW All MADISOM-ST.
BCTI50 BATES SELLING HATES
Louisville i Cln.
New York ..I prem
New Orleans...... I h' prem
Louisville ft. Cln. I prem
St.LoBis.... ...... 1 prem
Kprem I New Orleans lHprem
2 dls. I All large Dpper
par. I Ctuntry Mprem
Mist. Mst. Ins. Co
American Gold lXprem I Gold 2 prem
Silver 1M prera Silver 3 prem
Highest markets rates paid for Land Warrants.
Ml.ti.slnril T.nnd Srrin for al.
SALT 2160 tackt Salt, for sale by
Ian3-dlw BARNETT Sc. WALKER.
C AND EE, MIX fc CO.,
IN offerlnr our card to the public we tender onr ac
knowledgments, for the very liberal pstronage extend
ed us during the past year, and promise for the future to
furnlih our customers the LARGEST, CHEAPEST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS In the Southern
Our Senior partner will be constantly in the Eastern
market, and will keep ns fnll7 supplied with everydtsira
ble style of
Staple end Pancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Agents for sorre of the best brands of DO
MESTICS, OSNABCEGS, ic., which we offer st Factory
prices. - Jsn3-daw3m
cajdee3 MIX tfc CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS 4? SHOES
r MIL.I.IXERY GOODS, &c,
jan3-dwjm, 825 MA1N-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN, ,
WHY tre jou sick? Then celebrated Pills are the best
remedy the world evtr possessed for the removal of dis
ease; they wljl cure Liver Coaiplaints and Dyspepsia In
all lis lorms. The tlckly thocld immediately try a few
doses of this wonderful medlclae.
Sold at the manufactories, No. SO Maiden Lane, New
Tork, and Ko. 214 strand, London; and by allarngguu,
at 25c. , 62 M C ana ?l per pi 1 or pox.
AHEAD OF THE WORLD!
THE CRY IS STILI, THEY COME.
PARK & PEPI.OW,
22XO 3VgT,in. Strcot,
ARE miking tho finett PICTURES In the world. AU
we ask it for you all to call and examins lh;m for your
nude e-'y t tht Mar Gallery. Jinj-da.w
trsr If aav one suould ask ui wliat, 111 our
opinion, arrived at by an impartial test, was the best and
most honestly compounded remedy for preserving, beau
tlfying and restoring gray hair to its original color, we
honld. without hesitation, sit Prof. 0. J. WOOD'S Hair
His preparation thousands havs tested, and are ready
to endorse its excellence. Thousands mors have need of
tht tame preparation, and ws would advltt all whost hair
It in tht Itast diteased, to ga at once to O. J. WOOD k
CO.'S store, 11 Market atrett, and lay in a supply of his
To be had of 0. J. Wood k Co., Ill Market street. St.
Louis, and of druggists generally. aeci -
Wm. A. Batcltelor's Hair-Dye.
GRAY, RED or RUSTY HAIR dyed initantly to
beautiful and Natural BROWN or BLACK, without the
least injury to hair or skin.
Fifteen MedaU end Diplomat have been awarded to
WM. A. BATCHELOIl since 1839, and over 80,000 apptt
cations have been made to the hair ot his patrons of hi
famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair and wbiS'
kers Isnnjnst, a It would be against covering a bald
head with a wig.
Wit. A. BatcheloR's Haib-Dve produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and Is warranted
not to Injure In the least, however long it may U con
Made, sold or applied, (in nine private rooms.) at the
Wig Factory. 2S3 Broadway. New York.
Sold in all cities and towns ot the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
rir The Genuine has the name and address upon a
tteei-plate engraving on four sides ot each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. BATUIIKLUK,
233 Broadway, New York.
S3- For sale by S. MANSFIELD k CO., and Druggists
HIDES! HIDES ! HIDES!
100,000 Hides Wanted !
FOR which we will pay the highest market price in
We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAR SKINS. In tact, any Skins used by TAN
NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the HIGHEST CASH
PRICE. GEO. PniLLER & CO.,
novl2-4m 73 Front Row.
LOOK : LOOK :
HAPPY AND GLORIOUS NEWS !
The greatest wonder ot the world has at last been dis
covered a tpecific In disease DR. SLEDGE'S NER'
T0US TONIC, for the cure of Chills and Fever, and a pre
ventive to all grades of Fever, as well as a cure. It has
been fully tested for the latt four years, and it is now
conceded by scientific men to be see ot tbe greatest dis
coveries known toman. This wilt be disputed by thou
sands, no doubt, but it Is so. Read, look, and judge for
Fifty thoutand dollars will be piM to any person who
will produce its soperior. Tht Medicines can be found in
all tbe Dreg Stores and towns throughout tbe entire
West. J. M. SLEDGE.
Memphis, October 3, 1S56.
This Is to certify that we !iveb-eu selling large quan
tities of Dr. Sledge's Celebrated Remedies, ami take
great pleasvre in receramendbK; tbemtothe afflicted at
possessing remarkable properties in controlling the dis
eases for which they are recommended, and we hare no
hesitancy in glrlng oar testimony in favor of their supe
riority over other preparations for tbe same diseaset. as
they srtra to give universal sitltfaction to all those
who use them.
HoBtfierd k Co., Druggists,
Peyton & Harbin, Druggists.
Ward k, Joaes, "
Henry Wade, "
Chandler & On., "
R. Joyner k Ob., "
W. M. Shelton, "
W. E. jVUXTON,
SG fllatlison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in Lho United
Exchange and Aote Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation ot all
NOTE'S XSD HILLS OF EXCHANGE.
SI1IPPINO, RECEIVING AND DISCHARGING
TX 3S3 O 33C jSl. IINT T .
AX1 STEAMBOAT AGENT,
NO. 3 BANK AVENUE,
WILL attend faithfully to all business entrusted to his
THE ONLY MEDAL AWJ ItDED
BY tbe New York Exhibition ta. tht English or foreign
Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst numer
ous competitors, by LEA & PERKINS, for their
whereby further testimony Is afforded of its being thr
belt Sauce extant.
The celebrity ot this Sauce has extended to every quar
ter of the globe, and its efficacy in promoting the general
health is becoming dally moreobserved and acknowledged.
In the United States It I held to be the most agreeable
condiment, and is esteemed for its tonic and lnvigora-.
ting preperUes, Its habitual use enabling the stomach to
digest the food. '
OntheCvntlnentof Europe, these qualities have been
testified toby a gentleman, wbo writes to LEA Jc PER
KINS thus: "I have carried a bottle of your Worces
tershire Sauce In a tour I have Just completed through
pain and Portugal, and believe I owe my present state ot
health to its use ; your Sauco is stomachic, and I think
medicinal. I can with truth say there it nothing in a
traveler'! baggage so essential to his comfort, at least In
these countries, as ytur Sauce. "
in India, also, where It is found at the mess of every
regiment, a medical gentleman writes from Madras to
his brother in the same profession at Worcester, In the
following terms: ' Tell LEA ii PERRINS that their
Sauce is highly approved in India, and that it is, in my
orlnlon, the most palatable as well as the most whole-
ttme Sauce made."
This Since is suitable for every variety ot dish, and the
universal demand which its excellence has created has
led to many Imitations being offered to tht public, under
Tariety of names, but tbe genuine may be known by
the names ot "LEA k PERRINS" being impressed upon
the patent metallic capsules, or patent glass stopper cf
the bottle, as well as tbe labels and wrapper.
Sole Agents for the United Slates,
JOHN DUNCAN k SONS,
ap!2-ly 405 Broadway, New York.
Xaaa.jp orrtzxxxt to 3coaaanlosi
DB. CHEESEMAIf'S PILLS.
THE combinations ot ingredients in these Pills are the
result of a long and extensive practice. They are
mild in their operation, arjd certain in correcting all Ir
regularities, painrni menstruation, removing all obstruc
tions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain in
tbe side, palpitation ot tne neart, aistnrbea sleep, wnicn
always arise from interruption of nature. They can be
successfully used as a preventive. These Pills should
never be taken In pregnancy, as they would be sure to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and
free from anything injuriout to life or health. Explicit
ejections, which should be read, accompany each box.
price $i. r or sale in aempmsoy
8. MANSFIELD i CO,
G. D. JOHNSON,
WARD & JONES.
J3-Sentbymallbyenclosins$l to Dr. CORNELIUS
UUKE3KMAN, Xio. in ztroaaway, ew ion.
rrtHE Author of a French Grammar, has returned
X Memphis, and offers his services to those who desire
to learn the French Language.
For gentlemen his school will be opened between Second
and Court streets, on every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday Evenings, at half past tlx o'c'ock.
He wilt attend at their private residences those ladlet
who desire bit services.
A list will be left at the Book Store ot Messrs. Lamb,
Young & Co., Main stieet, for tboee who wish to enter
their names. Jan6-tf
WE have sold our entire stock of Booksand Stationery
to Messrs. LAMB, YOUNG k CO.. who will con
tinue the business at our old stand. We are thankful
for the liberal patronage bestowed on ns, and ask a con
tinuance of the same to our successors. Our books are
at the old stand, where all accounts against ns will bo
settled. LAMB k UPSHAW.
S. It. LAMB JAMES YOUNG tV. S. N0BX1S.
IsAMB, YOVKG & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO LAMB k tJPSHAW,)
Booksellers and Stationers,
259 Mala Street, Memphis, Tenn.
HAYING bought out the stock cf Messrs. Ltmb &
Upshaw we design keeping on hand at all times a large
and compMe ascrtment of everything usually kept In
our line cf business.
We Intend to sell principally for cash, and at tbe very
lowest market prices. AU articles charged will be con
sidered due when called for, unless by special agreement.
Jan6-lw LAMB, YOUNG k CO.
WE would call the attention of merchants and others
to our extensive assortment ot BLANK WORK, in
cluding lmo?t every style and size of Books, from the
largest Royal Ledger and Journal to tbe smallest Memo
randum, Book. They were selected with a, special eye to
the wants ot this community, and are from tbe bet
minn factories in the United States. Our prices will be
ss low as tht lowest.
Jan6-lr IAMB, YOUNG k CO,
I'A'S THREE GREAT BEAUTIES.
TJtlRST They are more brilliant, and will never fade.
jl- oiLuxtii Tfipy can be taken equally as well, if not
ucner. ia oouoy at clear weather.
THIRD Tlwrecin be srlven t ts im.wc.iAn .nih.
i,iucu 1 unaceaaariltuc effect and finish that cannot
be produced on any other surface knoan to ths Photo
Remember 1 Thtw tt 'ni-qrrnvn ict ir.i- ...-.
nai inecxcluttve right of the city f Memphis for
tt--1 - .
Ji. n 1 . AmbrotyptJ, Dtguerrcotypes, FTouro-
ilni nel' Tithneotypts, Photographs, Jcc. 4c.
B ANA WAY! rora ihe tubscrlberia Crittenden coun-
j, ri. , on ine aa aay or December, a negro man.
-..wi.iijiiiua. aooui iwenty-two years old,
'very tall. tomewhjtt Vnnev vnMi . r, . l
turned out, powerfully made, dark brown color, almost
black, fine set of teeth, has a longraee, pleaant counte-
IlIIIY 11V C til ntlfn wa . 7
iuuliUi, a, tauuis, rroprieiors,
NEAR TTtK HKPriT np Trrc
ilffiSSiSSinni fcTpiinncsno nnilenn.1
MANUFACTURERS of Wafont, Plowi.TJrays, Carts,
Wheelbarrows and Agricultural Implement! gtner-
-i"", woort, uiindt, MouMingi, B rickets,
uasing and Base kentoocitintiv im i,.- -.t.
made to order al short notice.
au una or wood Turning and Sawlne doae sn the
OSI reaSOaable term. TV- . . . ... 1 .
, , . - - - l- wr. uvuis m icwiii
7 l.r? aalne". ana solicit a call from tho-e lBtendlne
w oaua, at we ining we can do their work cheaper and
give better satisfaction than any oneelse in the city. Ws
use the best and most approved machinery in the manu-
", ana eetng Dotn practical mechanics.
we can and will do our work better and sell it cheaner
man any oiner CiiaMbbment In tbe elf T., .11 . ..
come ana try ns. We also do Wrought-Iron Work ot
1 .77 ' " "fouSat Sbuttrs far Houses
ah our won is zmiy cuarantled
TBRUa'ry01 thIs Iasttloa will corfiBMi
Pec-Jlar advautaces art here nrTrl n - v.
desire a thorough course of instruction. Taa Facaltv
Sp cia! attentlen will te" elm to tb
Modern Languages and Civil Engineering. Very superior
Mathematical Instruments have been purchased for the
Department of Practical Mathematics. laiiirfi&r r
Surveying. Civil Engineering, &c.
The discipline of the Institution will be prompt, yet
.uu uu auunii ot incorrect ueporuaeat win be
Tlie village is healthy, highly moral, free tram
u..itira juu renrw trrjn places ocmag iadBCeraents
to vice. Nature seems, indeed, to have deiimed it .
cuiii.cu.ij as . piscr; JU, Uierarr pnrtUllS.
The Rusrllvtlle Female Iotitute is an Institution of
high grade, and thus tbe brother and sister our imon.
pany each other. The Course of Instruction i ibr.
uusu, mote- eo man raoti uoueges of toe south, and Wt.
The bnUdisgs are oommodloai, neatly famished and very
uraj .iiusteu. 1 ne racoiiy are geBUonsen ot thoroagh
.ciwiarsmp, 01 ripe experience, ana or ereat mmij
For further particulars, address the President rt t
our.nz.Ll, or it. 11. US.LDWBLL,
de 20-w2m S-cretary of the Biard ot Trntteea.
HASIIEIL, & SEARCY.
A TTORNKY AT LAW. Memohlt. Tnneuuve. xc-m n-
X. naskell and Robert Searcy have aasociated them
selves Logetner in tne practice of Law. Offlc?. ta the
MARSHALL FEMALE IXS11TDTE.
fJHIE Pall Session of tbe Marshall Female Inttltate
J. will open on MONDAY, the Isth September next,
nuder the government of Rev S. W. SPBER.D.D.. Presi
dent, Mrs. A. B 3PE8K, Preceptress, assisted by able
&uu cipmrurai teacuers.
The Board ot Instruction is not yet full. Tbe President
will brlag with him from Natchez Professors ot Mathe
matics and musk, wao have been associated with him
for . number of years in that city.
The public are assured that every department wilt be
filled with teachers equal to any in thee ttnlry, that every
effort will be made to continue the militate is the high
position It has long occupied, and that Bo mean will be
spared la affording young ladies every facility for aeqadr-
iuk b proiuuua bi an accoatptisDea education.
The commodious and excellent building now lunrooM
of erection will certainly be ready in every respect tor the
reception 01 pupils oy tne opening of tne re ton.
Dr. Speer it rior lu the Kaitrra cities tarnish tar tha
Irtttltnte with Furniture, Apparatus and M as real Instru
ments, an of wiikh will be of the best style and Oetth.
Rates of Board and Tuition per session the same as lost
Tuition in Literary Department from $12 to $M 60
Music, with nseof Instrument... 36 08
Beard, per month 9 00
No gentleman ooukl come more satlsfaetorirr reeowi-
mended than Dr. Speer, ss an able Instructor, a thorough
scoour, ana a sxiuim aiteipunartan. Sustalmd by ener
getic, zealous and Industries teachers, and by an intelli
gent and enterprising Boanl of Trot tees, the Prtacinal
hopes to have scboool worthy vf general coBfideaee and
extensive patronage. An appeal is nasde to- the termer
fiends and patrons of " old Marshall," and to tbe pab
'ic centrally, for a liberal support.
aug!3-wtf J. J. STBGER.
THE UBderttgaed have aBsetd a Carriage Paetory on
Second street, b-.tweea Wothingten and Adams
Ktreett, wi ere they are prepared to Manufacture ant Re
pair Carriages at the shorten notice. All work done by
tbem will be guarantied, and a share ot public patronage
Jan3-ly I, S. BURR & CO.
Titos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
I HAVE for sale the Residence and 183H acres of land
belonging to Thomas Petert. Bsq., lying on the State
Line Road and tbe Memphlt and Charlestoa Railroad, 21
miles east of Memphis, at Bray's Station The improve
ments consists of a dwe ling, built in Gothic Style, 9 Urge
rooms and 1 small or.es, with closets, store rooms, ke
Kitchen, 2 servants' rooms, cistern, well, stables llrrf
bam, carriage boose, wagon shed, &c, &c In short, It
is one of the best Improved plaers in Shelby county, all
new and In perfect order. I will tell the improvements
and 83 K acres ot land, or a-'l together. If dettre', I win
'sell the stock of (beep, bogs, and cattle, corn. fo4er, eats
and pork, slaughtered and packed in the smoke boose. A
bargain will be given. Apply to Thos. Peter, on the
premises, or to G. B. LOCKE.
dec 21 Auctioneer and Real Bstate Broker.
PAVIXG ORBIXAXCE. '
BE it ordained by the Board of Mayor od AUermer.
of the City of Memphis, That it shall be the daty
of tbe owners of ail lots and part of lot-, and of each and
every piece of ground fronting upon any - reet. lane or
alley, or public square, or ground, in the citj ot Memphis,
to cause to bem.de or make good and substantial foot
Pavements or Side Walks, or to have the seme repaired
or renewed in front of and adjelningsatd lot er lott, when
ever the Board of Mayor and Aldermen shall direct said
work to be done.
2. Tbe Pavements aforesaid shall be built ot brkk,
wood or stone, or any other material the Board may di
rect, and shall, in every instance, be protected on the out
side with substantial cuiblug ot wood or stone, as the
Board shall direct.
3 That whenever tbe Board shall determine that a
pavement shall be mad. or an okl pavement shall be re
paired, that at the same time it shall direct the Mayor of
the city to notify tbe owner or owners st the lot ar lots
in front of which the pavementt are to be mode or re
paired, ot tbe action of the Biard, and direct them to
proceed at once to make or repair the said pavements at
required, within thirty days from aad alter said notice.
. And If, after notice as aforesaid, tbetaid pavementt
tbalt not be done or completed, or If it shall not be in
progress, the said Mayor Is hereby dlreced and required
to publish and advertise for proposals to do aid work, is
tome daily paper in the city, for ten days, the bids and
proposa's shall be banded to tbe Mayor, and by him read
and laid before the Board of Aldermen at their next meet
ing thereafter, tbe said work tube by them let out.
5. If, after notice as aforesaid of thirty days, aadif tbe
city shall as aforesaid cause the said pavements to be
mad-, and piy for tbe same, tbe amount so paid shall be
charged on said lot In front of which said pavement was
mad, to be recovered as In the charter directed.
S. The manner of giving the notice aforesaid ef thirty
dayssba'l in every instance be as fotltvs: The Mayor
shall publish in some ene ot tbe city papers for one week
a copy or tbe proceedings ot the Board in that parlicular,
over his signature; and he shall cause tbe Oily Marrbal
to leave copies of said no' ice with tbe owners et said lots
speeded, if they are reatdentt of the city ; it the owner
is non-resident, then said no.ico shall be left with his.
her, or their reputed stent or tenant ; and it there be no
agent or tenant, then no personal notice shall be nqulred,
and in every instance the Marshal shall return a copy of
sard no' ice to the Mayor, with a written return ot the
facts endorstd thereon, which copy the Mayor shall file in
7, Whenever any worV shall be done by the owners ot
lots un2ar notice above given, or by persons to whom tbe
corporation shall let out said work, it shall be done under
tbe direction of the City Engineer, and to tbe grades he
may lurnish, arid injeithtr case the filling and grading
necesary to be done, tbalt be considered a part of the
pivcm-nts for whlca the lein Is given aod returned.
8. It thall be tbe doty of the City Engineer, wheneverany
pavements are ordered to be made, as aforesaid, at once
to prepare and work the proper grades of the same, and
any person who shall, in causing said pavements to
be made, vary from said grade, shall be fined ten dollars,
and if the Board of Aldermen so direct, tbe same shall be
altered at the expense of the guilty party.
9. Whenever any pavement thall be floWhed as above,
tbe Engineer thall examine tbe s, ne and report to the
Board; and for any work let out by the city, no moneys
shall be paid untd a report is made hy the Engineer that
the same Is done, according to his grades and specifica
tions. 10. Whenever it shall became cecessiry torepairany
street, orto repalrany pavement, when tbe repairing or
repaving is made necessary soteiv by a change in the
grade of the street, such repairing or teparing shall be
done at the cost cf the city, but where no pavement have
been before mad- it shall be at the cost of the owner, not
withstanding the change in tbe grade and when pave
ments are worn out or neatly worthless, and ordered to he
rebuilt and a change In the grade is orderedthe city
shall only pay for the additional filling or grading caused
by changing the grade
11. In every Instance where the city lets out pavements
&c.,as aforesaid to bidlers, the price for said work shall
be paid for by the city and than the lein given for the ben
efit ot the city, shall be immediately enforced in the
courts of the county.
12. All the pavements hereafter to be made In th is
city shall b!Coustru:td to .grade corresponding with
the grade ot the street and of such width as the Beard
of Aldermn shall from time to time dttermine.
13. Ths-tblrtydaysnoticeprovidedrorintbethIrd sec
tion of this ordinance, shtll begin to rsn and be (empaled
from the date of the snvlce cf the time by tbevcity Mar
shal, in case of a resident and non-res Heiit from the date
ot the first publication.
14. In constructing pavemeats as aforesaid, where
cellar dxirs are made in the pavement, the sills of said
doors thall not pruject above the level ot tbe pavementt,
but no cellar door shall be made in said pavenvntt, and no
house or houe front, or portico, or steps, shall project
into, on or over a pavement without a ipeclal consent of
the Board of Aldermen, nader penalty of ten dollars per
day whilethe same continues.
15. It ahall be the duty of the City Marshal to report
any and every violation or neglect of any of the pp
vllons of thit Ordinance to the City Recorder, whothere
upoa thall caue tbe party. o reported to be died before
him, and upon proof that due notice as required by this
O-dlnsnce hasbfim given, be shall fine the delinquent tut
lets than five nor more than fifty 'titan, and the sari fine
shall be imposed each and erery time the delinquent
shall be reported to the Recorder.
JOHN L. SAFFARRANS. Mjor, pro. tern.
Attest: L. R. Rich Anns, City Register.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
IOfi SACKS for sale by
U B, MERRILL.
ocKS So, 6 Monro struct.
tothUUutMillSS J.thehlgh-,t bidder, two T hundred 'acre, at U,
thh5ZnmUtSn?thiif $J,Vl"-',T -own as the Bally Tract, and adjoining Cel. Nel
IsroyPoT ToaU, cnoutot theSt-tnlra,flul,r-' V,lJlthatttnm P"is, and one-bf mile
dect-w5t BARKER. North of tfco Memphlt and Cbarletton Railroad; one hun-
WORTH of new tnd tetsooabte
CLOniINO aal FURNisnivn
the Owing to a change lu our business, ws cCVrat actual
I cost tor catk and caiA onlv, our entire ttock of Clothlas
1 . . ...m . u v. viviuuK
d Furnishing Good:. A the business must be dosed
I P. and to do to the stock must bo sold, persons in want
of Goods In our line, will find it to thlr advantage to
Kiveuaacau. KELLER. JOHNSON.
No. 3 Cart's Marble Block.
janl-Sm 172 Main street.
Cj- fcnqnirer copy three months.
Stop, Sec llcvc!
Xs. AT trermantown, Shelby county.
lred and tblny acres la a flae state .f culiIvaUon, anag
oniKiintf, with a little renalr. rln bouse and en. well and
niiem. a apienutd nejguborhooj. morally, socially and
Lome out. If onr of von eitvlte wish to breath coon-
try air, which it like tbe oil that ran down Aaron'abeard.
wnolesome. and Ditch in. I mean to tell. Termt-. 500
-u, icuiawuer ia 1, a ana 3 years.
jani-ota w. L. COOPWOOD.
In nrittinilnn Pnimtv
rpHE subscriber offers for sale hi, very desirable Tract
, 1 1 of T.snH In rTHtt.nrl.n rjNnnv 1 n, h. Mr,
1 .r- v . - ..
.a. 01 una, in i;niienaen county,
latn re cret well deadened, and 60 la a tuecetttul
Th: Lt,l situated twelve miles above Memphis, five
I alltt back ot Gen. Bradley-J planUllon, and on mOe
I "" cajon v apanocia.
I TbB onlf hjt the undersigned has in selling it to con.
wmiawuii means tower uown ine river, ror terms
refer to the subscriber, at the Worsham House, (where
iwo weeas j or to Messrs. Robinson & Clinton,
au aiicei, Jicmpcis.
aec30-aaw2w b. B. ESKRIDGE.
JOHN B. B0TT0,
ROOT AND SHOE
THE BIG BOOT,
TTTfTa 1 .1 nn h, . .
SHOES, of hit own make, also ofotherII
manufacturers. He keeps, oleo. Leather, V wjj
'Sole and Upper. Calf Skins. French and t"
American Shoe Findings. Trunks. Carnet Bics and Va
lises, all of which he wfl sell as cheap as any In this
isuiaei. uive nim a can perore purcnaslne elsewhere.
Dry Goods at WIiolnKnl
TUST received, direct from New York, on consignment,
J of upwards cf 30.000 worth of seasonable Kt.n.1.
" iuc suoua oeing on consignment, I con af
ford and will sell better bargains than ever wat onVred lr
thUcity. Merchants and planters, who with to buy bt i
the piece will find to their interest to examine rnv atnrt
uvire puruiasing eiaewoere. li. B. LOCKE,
bo Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
o 11 CIT PL-e a-S,y 3
Two tboasandsve hundred pounds Rett Baiter ;
200 boxes W R. Cheese ,
iou bbl. St. Loms Flour:
10 casks Clear Sides ;
10 bbls. Lard.3e kscs Lard:
56bagt B. W. Plear;
60 casks Syast Lcndsn Porter, atata and anrli!
100 dozen Hosteller's Bitters;
AA tiki. U.r-U' 1..
60 bbls Crickets, 23 doses Brooms ;
60 bags Coffee, 5 tltrcet Mee;
60 bci-s Raisins.
Also, Oranges, Lemons. Pies. Cecaanat. Almsndt.
Tobacco, aardlncs, Oyster;, Pieties, Cigars, ke. For sale
7 . J. T FRANK.
Lots at Private Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, UBtmpreved Lots,
121, 122. 115, 126, 103, lot, 131, 132. Improved Lott.
i w ami i,o Detng on the ptaa ot eabdivisioaof Greenlaw.
Saflarraua, Loouey k Kerle. G. B. LOCKE,
novz-tr ABOtloneer and Real Bttate Broker.
KEW CASH STOKE.
O". X. TA.VJjOH,
IU Miln-st,, opp. Worsham House,
PLANTATION, STAPLE AND FANCY!
Men's and Youth's Cietbittg,
Hats, Shoes, ke., kc,
Saddiery, Gum, Rifles, Cattery,
Boy.' Double Guns, Fine Teaaotw aad Tea,
JLOtY FOR CASH
Ta Cansnmers or Dealers.
Christinas, 185G. ::::::: Xew Year, 1857.
D. KAUFMAN & BROTHER,
FKONT BOW. : : No. 10.
TTA VE on hand a most extensive assortment of Fash-
IX iooable Clothing tor Winter use, laitabte for the
exquitile, the business man aad farmer.
ALSO, a Urge stock of STAPLE DRY GOODS, Fur
Dishing Goods. Guns, Pistols, ke
Furthermore, Gold, Silver and Plated Watches, both at
No charge made for showing their Getds.
GENERAL COLLECTING AGEXCF.
FROM and after the first of January, 1857, the under
signed otTcrt his services ta the Merchants, Mechan
ics and Professional Men of Memphis, at a Collector of
Notes and A.caunts.
All Papers placed in ray hand wil be secured by re
ceipt ana enkrsemeni.
Arrangements made with hssiness bosses hy the year;
or fsr a stipulated per cent.
Letters addressed to me through tbe Post Oflke, or left
at my oSTce, Northwest corner ot Main and Adam streets,
up utalrs. will receive prompt atteattoa.
decll-Jm J. MARSHALL WOODWARD.
Piano Fortes for Sale.
I HAVE in rtore, Just received direct
from New York. TWELVE PIANO
FORTKS, from 6 1-3 to 7 octave, ot supe
rior finish and different styles, some being
in'aid with Pearl. They will be sold at greatly reduced
prices. This pre'ents a most favorable opportunity to
purchase a superior instrument at a bargain. Terms
made to suit purchasers. G. B. LOCKE,
dec-13 tf Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
THE undersigned, at present representing the house
of BREWER k CALDWELL, New York, will makj
liberal Cash Advances on Cotton consigned to them tot
sale. Apply at 47 Front Row, up stairs.
sep27-tf WK. H. HULL
MEMPHIS INSURANCE COMPANY,
T. VT. Wilkinson, Pres.; Ben May, Sec.
OrrlCE ON JEEFERS0N STBI1ET.
Walxeb, Sam. Mojbt,
Atkinson, T. W. Wilkinson,
Gbeenlaw, t. n. Allen,
Extension Dining Tables.
t .fAIIOGANY, Oak and WalLut Extension TaWes,
1VX from ten to fourteen feet long, Just received and for
sale low by I
novIS McKINNEY Jt CO.
DOZEN Garrett's Snuff in bottles;
ico uozen " " pipers;
10 bbls " " " bladders.
For ssle by WARD k JONES.
I HAVE Jast received Sfxs of those ele
gant FRENCH BOURDOIP. PIANOS,
from the celebrated Plans Factory of
EltAHo, " at Paris and London, and rf-
fer them for sale. I keep those splendid Utile ORGANS,
called Seraphlne, with from ten to thirteen steps, and all
the latest improrrments. These are knows to be the best
Instruments for Churches, Lodges and School Rooms. AH
Instruments sold bv me a.e warranted fur five years.
Tunlngand Repairing ot Pianos, Violins. Organs.
Metodeons, etc., etc., done in a wjrkmanllks manner at
S3-1 do not pretend to give lessons on any number and
variety of Instruments.
HENRY G. H0LLENBERG,
Ian3-tf 111 Main street.
I X f f A POUNDS Pure White Lead, received
jl t j vj uu cay, ana tor saie oy
WARD k JONES.
12 air Brushes!
DOZ. assorted Hair Brushes, from twtnty-flve
cents to 42 each. For sale wholesale and retail by
dec21-2w WARD k JONES.
Wanted to Hire,
A T the Union Restaurant, on Union street, two waiters.
X JL tay boys from twelve to eignteen years or age.
ply ta the proprietors.
DEMPEWOLT k GT7TER.
I nAYE three nOUSES and LOTS to rent for
the present year, tltuatd in the Northeastern
part of the city, cn what Is known as Winches
ter Avenue, it betng tbe property upon which I
now live. For a more partlcu'ar description, and for
closing the contract cf rent, coUcnMaJtr WMlim Rnf
fin, at the Gas Office. BOB PRICE.
ALL persons indebted to nt either by not or account
will come forward and settle, as longer indulgence
cannot be grwn. POPE k BROTHERS,
Janl-Im 235 Main-st., Memphis, Tenn.
A ND.for sale low to the trade
3. 20':hhds. Brown Sugar;
100 sacks Rio Coffee ;
' 15 btlcs Dundee Bagging i
100 holt com Rene.
DOUGHERTY k ATTrErTTT.
netC 33 Front Row.
TWENTY Thousand Havana Cigars in store and tor
v27-lt BOrpic ANDBRSON.
Qfifl SACKS choice Irish Potatoes tn store and for
WVrn k ANDERSON".
EIIFTEEN Thousand pounds Goshen Butter In store and
for sal by
nov27-tf BOYD 'it ANDERSON.
OfiH BOXKSFresh Cheese J for sals by
JUU lt - 3. B. WILLIAMSOH.
1 .3ATUltL)AT. Jinnarr 10th. ISSJ. I will tell t.
ON the night of 25th December, cfstsaU ches
sst sorrra MULE, four years old. trailed srtth
the collar. In good erder, had one thoe on btrerv,
hid a rose on his nek when he lelt Ar-r tn.
formation lett at Caret's stable, or to rsvir. two mile
North of Memphis, win La thankfully received, aad all
Jan3-daw2w W. DONALDSON.
JLand ior Sale.
OlfS HUNDRED ACRES. Uurtv-Sve of which
-.-- -iA4, Hid ,3 uwetiisa; osa oiaer nairaiufs.
ii.lylng on the MlssltJIopI and Teanesee EallroixL
A eleven miles South if Memphis, aad odjolniag
utfm. otmga pan or tne Sontbeast quarter of
Section 22, Township I. aal Range 8 Wet. Also, the
Southwest quarter ef Sttwn21. Township I, and Range
8 Wett, lyiEg one-half suit from Hera Lake Depot. A
bargain can b' had In these tracts
as to terms, is., can bo obtained by aitdrettiBg meai
Hernaado, Mitt. j. t. C0NNELLT.
on Jam aiwawat
MACO.V FEMALE INSTITUTE.
JD MBREDITn. A.M., Principal of Ibis Institute,
will open bis first session on "Ol h at Tnift unvrn
(Janotrr ) coatlnslng five months, to the 20th June. '
He it a Virginian, a rernlir rrrf, tm rr n, trt-
glnu't b-.-t Instltuiiens it an expwieaaed and approved
uuj, wbo wm co-cpersM witb him, 1 a
finished scholar irom the same Sta e. Naexnenw. win
,tuu4 muu( uit laiiiiuuen oaeof nlgo ordtr.
iu umiK ui atuay wm &e rati aad thorough.
TERMS or TrriTinr-
Modern Laneriaret. .,rn
i-apus cnargea irom ine time of enleriez ta it. tin..
of t he tetslon No dWdoctien for absence, exorot la cum
of protracted tkknett. Tattles, one-half payable la ad-
k rriaaiiKer at iae ctese or tae session.
P.. A. BROWN. M. D.. R. KYLE.
IVIE. J. n. MABANE.
C. A. MEWBORNE. J J WILLIAMSON. See-
S. J. NEAL. Prttidtnl
NOTE Those wishing to know mora cf oar Prlnelni!
areitterred to J. H. Gray.D D..and Re. E R pvt.r
of Memphis, and tbe Hon. C. S. Palmare, and R Locke,
A Younsr JLadv.
WHO hat had two yeart vxperienee ia her yrofesikin
wishes . situation at AtslttaBt la a Female School
For reference as to qualifications, ke , apply at this of-
nee, or auure-i j . 1. u., uouierrme, TeQa.
COLLIERYILLE PE3IALE COLLEGE
Incorporated in 1850.
1 1 ifir. i-r,iiii jruwu oeaia sae assjurii) ilAX at
A FEBRUARY, and coatinae twealy-oaa weeks
w. it. BENNETT, A. M., M. D , President. Ancient
Mrs. E. BENNETT, Osveraess. Vocal and Instrumental
Miss MATILDA KOBN. E. L. M.. En dish Literature
j . a. sr.ura, siewara
Termr, Payable at the Close of Eath Sessien.
Primary Department..... $10 00
Academic ' ............................. J5 60
Collegiate Q oo
Mntic with use tf Instrument 22 08
incidental Tax........................ 1 08
Board, including all contingent expense per aioath 8(0
no extra cnarga for ABCtent Language!.
Students charged from time of matrkalatiBZ ta eioee of
session, and no deductkn except for protracted Bmes.
xae i-reswem aea Lady board la College, where alt pa-
GoUierville Male Academy.
ITiHIRD SESSION begins FIFTH f JANUARY, ant
j. veaisuKea tweaty-ose weexs.
J. B. STAMPS, Principal. KaaJii.
J. CLAYTON. AM, Ancient Laacaaars.
G. T.. BRIDGES, Steward.
TEEMS DEE AT CLOSE or SE4TIOV.
Ortbozrapby. Reading and Writing
English Grammar, Geography and Arithmetic.
Philosophy. Chemistry. Astronomy, ke
.$ S 80
.. 18 e
.. 16 80
Mathematics and Ancient LaBnazcs
isoara, inciodtng all contlegest expeBars aermeath 9 00
atatients caarged from time ot matritrntaHBar to close
t tetsion, oshi no aeascilcn except for Brotroeied iUnes.
jj" Bndairer copy.
SEMPLE 8ROADDVS COLLEGE.
CENTRE niLL, DESOTO COUNTY, MISS.
fTIHE Preparatory and First Ceiletnate CIiseeswBlbe
x itrmea ss auAUAT, reoraary 91. tejoT.
Rev. WM Casey Crane, the President, will u tense
immediate control ot the Co.lege, and instructors ef tt
tabiished rrpatation will be enraged. Ample sceeaiaia-
dattoas apparatus, cabinet and fixtures, tuOeifnt tar
present ate are secured. Good board can be secure for
$9 per raoBta, piyabte eBarterly In advance. Taithia
ices, payable semi-annually In advance, at the rite , eta
$28 and S26. according to grade. The omorrs are said
salaries, hrsce no credit will be allowed. For farther
particulars, see circulars.
dr27-daw2t Secretary ot the Bend ef TraMet.
Baqatrer cjpy daw2t.
HOWARD FEMALE INSTITUTE,
GALLATIN. SUMNER COUNTY, TENN.
JOSEPHS. FOWLER, President; nader the charge ot
Howard Lodge, No. 13, IadepeBdeBt Order ot Odd Fel
This iBstitutien is new m soceeisfal eamalses. aad ns
eStrts have been spared to place it ia the treat rank of
ear Female Schools Tbe large increase la tho number of
Paptlt over that ot the opesiag sessian,a&rd substantia!
cronrwi to believe inat it is destined ta take a poeitlea not
Inferior, ia an respect, to the most popular Institutes
lor rem tie EoacattoB in the sewn.
Th- Academic year commenced on the first ef Septem
ber !at, bat papds are received at any titae .
B0AKJHN6 A Bardiag Hente is caaneeted with the
Institution. Boarding can also te procured ia the best
families of the place.
For farther information, apply to the President, or
Board of YMtors.
Board or Visitoks. T. C. Trimble, W. S. Mun4r,
B. F. Allen 5. S. Bush, W. Moore, T. Eoyert.
Covington Female Seminary.
Tns Fifth SettitB et this Inttituthm wm commeaee
January 27. 1SJ7. and ceottsee five moatns. Pa
rents and guardian! will secure the bo.t interests ef their
children and wards by entering them at the commence
ment of the seth n.
Tali iBstitutioB is rendered accessible bv m-ans of a
daily convey asce from Sharon Depot, on the Memphis and
Ohio Railroad. Board, lnclndlng wihinc, tight and
fuel, con be obtained in exceiltnt fioiillei at S3 per
month. Tuition In KBKliah Branch's. 310 and $15 per
session. Music oa Piano or Guitar. SsS. Far further
particulars address . T. ALLING, Prtsorpal.
OovlBjton, Tenn.. Dec. 35, 1556-wtt
TJNION FEMALE COLLEGE,
THE next session of this excellent Institution will be
gin on the First Monday in September next.
Rev. S. G. BURNET, D. U., Piesident. and Professor
of Ancient Languages, Mental and Moral Philosophy.
Rev. GEO. T. STE1NBACK, A. B., Prat essor of Physi
Miss M. L MOORE, Instructress Is Mathematics,
Embroidery. Painting. Drawing, fee.
MIts EMILY MOORE, Instructress in French aad
.'Prof esser In Vocal and Instrumental Music
Miss MARY A. WARNER, Ase i stint in Music Dtpirt
ment. , Principal In Preparatory Department.
Mrs. S. G BURNKY, Governess.
CTCa1XSs- -vr" KtnrlTr.
Preparatory ltrpartaent. Spelling, Rea&ng, Wri
ting. Arithmetic, Geography, English Grammar, and Uni
In College Proper. History, Ancient and Modern,
Botany, Physiology, Meteorology, Mythology, Algebra,
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry. Rhetoric, Astronomy,
Geology. Geometry, Trigonometry. Mental Philosophy,
Logic, aad Evidences of Christianity.
Classical Course Latin Grammar. Reader, Caesar's
Comiwntaries, Virgil, Cicero de Officiis and Amldtia.
Gre-k Grammar, Reader, Greek Testament, H.mer's
Iliad, Xenopbon's Anabasis.
Terms per Session of 21 Weelts.
Preparatory Department .......$10 CO
Primary and Sophomore Classes 15 00
Junior and Senior Castes 20 00
Board, including all contingent expete 60 00
Believing that the time has arrived when Southern
girls should be educated in Southern schools, wo confi
dently appeal to Southern parents and guardians fsr a
liberal share cf patronage.
The blanks wl I be fined In due time.
S3 Eagle and Enquirer copy. July -wtt
New York Express for 1S57.
TO place the WEEKLY EXPRESS " before a wider
circle ot readers, it will In future be published upon
the cash system.
With the cash p'tn, Its price will be reduced ts a rate
which will enable all wbo wish to obtain it, to do so at
the price of the cheapts. ot the widely-circulated pipers
of Now York.
The Weekly Express will contain in addition to the
usual po.!tlca!, general news, miscellaneous, and other
reading matter ot an agreeable family paper, the New
York Markets, stock and money markets, together with
the Cattle Markets of th country, aad such foreign
markets as ar ot general latetest.
Single Copies (per annum) 2 00
Three " " 3 CO
Five " " 8 00
Ten " " 12 00
Twenty espies to one address. $20 00, and an extra copy
to the getter up ef the club. Twenty copies or over to
the address of each subscriber, $1 20.
Sptciment sent free, upon application, to any address,
and as many as may be wanted.
Ts Clergymen, the Weekly win he tent for one dollar
The "SEMI-WEEKLY EXPRESS, "has been reduced
to $3 00 per annum, and will be tnppUed to Clubs upon
the following terms:
Single Copies, (per annum) ..............$ 3 CO
Two " " 00
Five " 11 25
The " DAILY EXPRESS, " (Morning or Kvenlxg Edi
tion, at tbe selection ot the subscriber,) will hereafter be
sent by mall at $S 00 par annum always payable in ad
vance. To enable all whn prefer to judge the " Express " upon
lis merits for themselves, specimen copies will ba sent
tsee to any address upon application to
J. k E. BROOKS,
Jan3-w2t Corner Wall and Na.tan-st , Ntw Talk.
I WILL give fort dellars for the delivery a
Jsjf Cf BT t
two BOYS, at my house, or in a Jail so
can get them. They left my premletJL
th9tu of December, ISoC One of the.Vr
Dots is black, twenty-one years of age. weiiht about
one hundred and ninety-five pounds, a tear cn his right
cneet ; tne ouer is a origut mulatto, agea sooui rwesty
one years, has a downcast countenance when spoken to.
and I think It probable that he win try to pass himself
ofi as tree ho olio his a bod delivery .
J. A. MICKEBERRY.
RostTO wn, Shelby county, Tenn. Jan3-wtf
THE undersigned, having taken out letters ot Admin
istration on the estaU. ot the late SOLOMON BOZ
KLL, all persons Indebted to the estate are expected to
make immediate payment ; and ail creditors are requested
to present their claims duly authenticated; otherwisethry
will be barred. B. L. ROZKLL,
oct2e-w3tn Adm'r tf So'omon RozeU, decd.
WHO has been cured of grtatNervoas Debility, after
many years of misery, desires to make known to
all ttllow-tufftrert the tare means ot rtlltf. A&lrctt,
enclosing stamp to pay return pVntajse,
MRS. MARY E. DEW1TT, BclIOS, MssJ.,
tnd the prescrlptlta win be sent, free, nest past.
Btlton, Mall., June 2, ISM. ottS.w3at
EEGTJLAB SATTJEDAY PACKET.,
For lYew Orleans.
REPUBLIC, Ned. Montgomery, Maier ; J. Klrby, aerk.
(JSSSSa u. THI3 excellent steamer wflt rn as a
Uhj JMrlJ regular packet between this port aad N'ew
Orleans, having hereon SATURDAY, the
. nn "iota instant, at 4 o'clock p as , aad con
tinue to leave hereevery alternate Saturday throagbout
the season. For freight or passage, a paly on bvard or to
JanS W. W. HODGIy Agent.
REPUBLIC, Ed. Montgomery.ltttters Jos. Klrby, CPk.
1, will leave jtempms rer jiew firvean
and Intermediate potts on SATURDAY,
me imn instant.
Regular Memphis and White Hirer
P. MAINGAULT, Master J. P. EOOKER, Clerk.
ffSSseomW. THIS fast raantng, fretgbtaad passen
f Ja"n cer packet, wUUsaveMemphwfor Jaefc-
WOGiFct seaport aad all mtermedUte laadtnssr
every loesuay, at rwu, r. at. ror
freizht or pottage, apply oa board or ts
W. W. HODGE, Ageat,
6c30-3m Na. 3 Bank Avenue.
I8S8. s s : s s s 1837,
MOSES MCLELLON & SUPERIOR.
James P. Smith, Master.
BEGTTLAK U. 3. 'MATT. PACKET HSZ.
W ON the resnmptioa of
rt navigation a line of first
eJasa oacrata will com-
menee their resalcr trtDaL
betw-eu Memphis, Cairo aad Louisville, connecting at
Memphis wuh the New Orleans pocket tine, at Cairo
with the IUinon Central Railroad, and at Louisville with
tee LoubviUe and Cincinnati packet Itae.
These Boat r fitted ap and mrBttbed in elegant style.
with every regard for tbe comfort and eenveatence of
pstseftrs.areofaceredbycaRfalaa'l experienced men,
wao, ay strict atwatioa to battaess. ep to merit tsa
ct&SdBce and patroaaseof the pebUc.
LAVALLBTTB k MORBIS, AgeaU, Memphis.
sc2t BENEDICT k SON, Agsntt, LoctsviSe.
XJ" Eagle and Bnqairer copy.
Memphis, White Rirer and Napoleon
TJ. S. MAIL PACKET,
Hekna, Friar's Point, Lacooia & Coocofuia,
STEAMER KATE FRISBEE,
JOHN T. SHIRLEY, Mister WM. T. WOOD, Oieri.
THIS sew, splendid and fast ttaomtr,
bavtDg hem parchated for the Packet
continue retrniartr in the trade, isavter
Memphis every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 2 arjack f.
3t., punctually, cotmecttBt; at Napairoa wHai WMte and
ArxoRsa river boats, ragtag freight aad posseageto to
White rivr at rgalar rates. Retaramg, leave Mape-
ieos every TURsDAY and SATURDAY, arriving at Mem
phis Sanday and Wednesday e renins.
TBantral for former tsatronoae, trie owners nape to
merit a continuance of the aan ta their w hast, pro
mising strict attentlen to basiavas.
LAVALLKTTE k MORRIS, AgeaU.
Notice to Skippess. The "Frtsbee" wta receive
freight satil oa 'dock oa Mondays, aad darsa' the en
tire day TharsdiTi, aad until sac o'clock Friday.
MEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS
1S56. Jmsk 1857.
f tf r i't. -I'i T.TTNJ - J
IN order to acotnaaodats the public, the owners aad
masters ot the Pockets heretofore 1:1 the trade betweeu
ism twa cities have organised a Compony to ran a Tri
Weekl) Line at rackets between Memphis aad New Or
leans, aaoer the name and style of the
Mcifipliis and New Orleans Packet Co.
""The Boots composing tbe Line or? all at the first doss.
Inferior ta Boa in the West or South, far speed, torn fort
and safety. They will leave each plat every Monday,
Wednesday and i ntsr, at 3 Cciotk r. M-
rarltcuiar aursswss avu ae pma la way atumttr.
NEBRASKA R- Ah x. Irwm, Master.
INGOMAR L. McfStnsagh, "
JOHN SIMONDS ..Wm. Wrsy, Master
K, W. HILL. Th. H. Newest, "
BEN FRANKLIN M. d. Aadats, Matter.
BELFAST H. L. Chart,
Shippers and Pasengcri atay rely tm tha aaaituality at
the beau ot this line.
A CMttaaoacw of tae psAiaaaae hi theft extended to
the owners ot this line it reapectjaBy tttsctUit,
LATALLBTTK k XO&RIa, Aawt.
- Otace adjataos W. B. Kirtlminrt Oa., esraer
Conrt street and Fraat Raw. sn3
A DBSIRABLE FAMILY RBaiiHaNCK, (Sta
lled aetth et the Gas Works, aant it paesmU ec
capitd hy I. T. Otasaa. Apaty aMJnr t the
tafticribtr er to Mr. Whtttier, a th Btatniii..
PosseatioB glvea first ot Jaaaary.
decSt-fw I. T. SIBSON.
To Southern and Western Mer
"Wolfe's Celebrated Schiedam
Depot, No. S3 Common Street, New Orleant,
JAMES W. BURBLE, Agent.
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
THE whole country it Boodvd with Gaastmtt aad
Imitation Schnapps. The pahtL: sBeaM b aarefal
W parcaose oal7 ta aeaaiae artule, moBalaetared aat
imported hy UDOLPHO WOLFS, which ha the aiae of
tbe maaBfoclarer oa the hattl, cask aant IsM.
Ft tat by alt th retpecttW Maagiats and Grocers
Read the eWBteas at tbe New Terk Press.
J. W. BURKE. Aseat,
85 Ccsuaon strial. New Orwosi.
From the New Tork Mtrcary.
Frandnlent Imitations of iuperur Uonunedltlts.
Amass tbe many disBonetties of tra le wbsch the mural
sense of tbe oommaBity is called ap a ta suppress, we
would particularly notice a most pernictoat aad mramwt
practice adopted by BBacmpoJoa deoteis, of imltatmg
and counlerfeitwg the exterior aperaraace and precaa-
tleaary labels t popular drags, metucaaeats. asd other
artiett ot persoaal contawiHwa, and that, hy seiiin-
span the well ootuired repatauoa of aa eBlrprntng tra
der, palming oa atott abstractive aad wMthtr-M cwi-
nounds. to the tore detriBKBt not only or tae & Bsatner,
bat ta the character ef the mca who hot expaaatd thaus
irxli of doiUrsmbriagtagthe genauie artWe lste es
teem and demand. These petty larceny thieves arc the
peat of all honorable dealers aad trades aad the tradv
as maca Mgaway rooeery a ia vkobs attaprtauoB
their neighbor' pars ; in fact, th y are beneath th
burglar aad htghwajrman is dlgnitj tar these latttr
(ekes exhibit a bravery ar recites m's of character la
newite dsatingaishiag the mercantile assaoaia wtm stab
in the dark. Aad oaght they net to ba rewarded with a
paaishmeBt cemmeasarate with the cowardice of their
crime? We were M ta these remark! by icrtdeB tally ob
serving a spurious eoanterfeit ot Udoipbo Wolfe's Schie
dam Sctnappt. Tbe tBeis were lmitatea jtneaiT, wnn
tha slieht aiMitiua ot a few letter, to stead technical
avoidaBceot the law against counter fetttos. the bottles
were very similar, and everything prepared ta tmpots
upon a careless purchaser. Now is Bt tie man who
perpetrated this fraud a feoB, a robber? Atwureaty ha
is ; tor. as jir. n oire 039 upww sarv ikss (a trti-o
his eeBUiee lnvpoitcd Schnapps into pepatordemaml, that
demaadraaybeJastlycoBsideiedapartaf his capHalha
trade, aad a fellow itealing a part ot his reaatatatB Is as
ranch a thief as if he had stolen a barret ot his Schnapps
in balk. And to this crime he odds a farther one ot de
frauding the commaeity by giving them a rataeas article
for the money taey intended te ei petal far a eemmeditr
in which they had eetsBOBnee. Aad, farther, very man
wbo part -ci pa tea iadlrectly in the triad, by uosHtsg tpu
rious artichs. Is as maca cf oa efleaoer as the rrfxiail
who planned the Impsaitssa. The remedy ot Mr. Wotta
iboold I.e in hi: holding all eoaceraed ap a the etadecpt.
of the community thus swindled oy their aperaltoe. aad
unconsdoatiy imprsed upon by teeir aaxiaas caaipotl
tioas. We trust that Mr. WoMe will aatata aimes, njt
only ot the concoctsrs ot these counter fells, bat af every
man offering them for sale, aad then pabiith them ta the
world ; for bis own reputattoa aad the beaMti or the com
munity demand that all parties theaid be notted to tha
pillory of public execration.
From the New York Dispatch "
An Infamous Bnslnets.
When .a enterprislBg bub starts eat a new baatsctt,
to the establishment of which he give hit itsasstry, tal
ent and pecuniary means, can anything be mare eta
tempbbie than to have another steal ia, aad, under spe
cious pretexts, hotd oat to the public aa taferisr article,
and endeavor te obtain their patronage? Pray, what
difference is there, so far as the hoaeaty ef the tMsig is
concerned, between partcintng the business by watch a
citizen bo pes to make his bread aad stealing th bread
itself? A common thief, if he takes withoat leave. how
ever hungry, a loaf of bread from a baker's shop. Is ap
prehended and condemned to the penitentiary for do ring
in a surreptitious moaner ta appease hi appetite; b;!
put a respectable looking coat on bis bek acd a few aei
lars in his pocket, and he may, with lmpenity, nay, even
with the opplous of his fellows, by knavery, forgery or
other infamous means, take the business of as heat
man from him, and go unscaibed of jast toe. All this it
wrong. Some years since a. gentleman of this city
(Udoipbo Wolfe l Introduced totbecitiztesot the Halted
States a medicated arttcj ot gin, which was highly ap
proved It professional gentlemen as a superior tonic and
deobstrucat, asd the knowledge ot which he, by adver
tisement and otherwise, disseminated throughout tha
country So soon a tricksters, who pass In th basinets
community as henestmes, saw that Mr. Wolfe was likely
to have handsome returns tor the money whirs he had
expended, they set about forging his labels and palming off
up n the people detestable and poisonoss compounds
which they have the hardihooa to coll "Schiedam
Schnapps." In some Instances they have gone so tor as
to put Wolfe's name to their villainous liqatds. As this
horde are growing bold in their rascalities, it It time tha
public in town and country were put upon their gsard.
Consumers should be sure thst they purchase tha geaa
Ine article, or else their health may be Irreparably injured
by using the horrible stuff that unscrupulous men. be
cause they can bay it cheap, will oner as the tenuis ar
ticle. Pure Schiedam Schnapps ran only te obtained at
the stores et respectable druggists and merchants, In
town and country, and at lie ettabtbhrsent 0? Udqipho
Wolfe, Nos. 13, 20 and 22 Beaver street, in this cKy,
where it Is gotten up exclusively. We think Mr. Wolfe
owes it to himseit and the community to puMlsb, by
name, the rasca's who ore thus attempting to detraud
both him and those who would be his customers. He
should not permit his raodesty to hold him tick from wv
klnr righteous an expoe. oct30-3rals
THE History and Records of the Elephant Club; com
piled from Authentic Documents now in the posses
sion of the Tootoglca! Society, by Me, Knight Rust Oek
sids.M. D., and Me, Q. K. Philander Doetticks, P. B.
This being the veritable and vencwus history of the
voingsaad misdoings of the Elephant Clab. With tbe
minute and particular narrative ot what they did. To
which is oddid a complex and elaborate description of
what they did'nt. Containing, also, the exultant retard
ot their memorable success In eventually obtaining each
and every one. A sight of the entire and unadulterated
Animal, from the primitive hair cn bis attenuated pro
boscis to the last link of his symmetrical tall.
The Humors ot Falconbridge : A Cotteetion of Hamar
Otis and Every Day Scenes By Jehnothan F. KeSey.
LakeNgamilor, Explorations and Discoveries daring
Four Years' Wanderings in the Wilds of Southwestern
Africa, with numerous Illustrations, reprrsentlas Sport
ing Adventures, Subjects ot Natural History, Devtrss far
destroying Wild Animals, ke.
Beaumarchali and Hit Times. Sketches of French
.Society in the Eighteenth Century, from Unpublished
Little Dorrit. By Charles Dickens. Cola and paper
.bound. For tail by
Janl-daw CLEAVES it GUION.
JCJ Enquirer and Evening Newt copy