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THE- DAILY. .APPEAL,
TOBSD A X JANUARY 13, 1857.
' Madame Crerak will begin the second
MOlton ef Ver Banefeag Scfcoal, so Shelby ttreet, this week.
'(" We are indebted to the officers of the
Ti. iL, n . mm far a pacxage oi r e unease pipers.
g" "We leara that Miss Albertine, at the
eaeeeaf her preset iwmt. win start far California.
THEATRE. ThefB was a larce audience last
Btteat a the theatre. TB-nicitt, dure peeces. will B a pre-
Ciyer Ctrl, at St Tort."
' W aiaV- atlMisAii la the card of Cnnnv.
' &. Cau, a Kerr OrleaM Hoaee. They areprrpartd
toaas ttsabeot sxtuswoatethe city. See card In at
fSMme Mamie Mitchell is the next
soars thethtatre. She wU arrive bet a an ths Bet fait,
ml irn 1 r 1 "r"r srejbloa th Mem-sals boards.
W as i Best far her a grand wetcooK.
IS Oar twmsc and aMisiog friesds P. H.
SstasmfCE Jc BstOTMEK, No. 27 MaiB street, are doing
a aste baiaon s f the confectionary and oyster tee; they
have a ae sal o" noms set apart for the ladios. All who
TtsK Utetr ulna Trtll And theca attentive and pettte.
g- On Sattwday night the eigWrhood
as aiaoMOSt asm aian wwu was awe asoaaao ay sne
atae created ky fate dnmken rowdtes. At seat t tonar
twain aTWount dlotsaargesof are-arsBS were beard. Tke
liair t tba oaraeraf those street was brokeh. Xo ar-
HM. W. K. Sebastian, Senator from
AriKw, wfll aeeapt aar thas-ca tar vataoate pnbllc
, froae irasascgtoB, aha Haa. S. A. Smith,
. T rhsiiiniT. rmni tliii tr- The speech of the
USOar have lokd ast 5or paMicatioa.
MsMrtttA, Tenkemee and Kentucky Tel-
COTat KiH OOSK rAX v . At an election held by the Stoek-
t-aaaaraaf tke aba eoaasaayat Btckaaaa, a the 3d
hasax, Mr. M. G. Galle tt, of the hovaeef Motors Rob
stajow k. Keith, was elected FreaiCVnt ; sad Mr. Vm.
OWEtfa, caahier af Ssathtra Bank, Secraaary aad
Hf-ST We jMerttaj wet ms Nichols, or
, Mlas., trsaa waosa wa teamed that the
, ssartrttd at ssaaaW, at the last term at
I l rilaalaiil Oaatrt, ?au tee ntrrme pestatty ef the
law ass Friday last, at Herrsoada. Bass has appealed to
i hHihss nsait. than the aac which coavisted hisa af saar
der, assdaaaie ttssc will elaaae before ttedvetstan caabe
had. la the ateaatiaM he Iscaearally -raanh-d ia the
5?" Oa Yesterday, tbe sjssrial police arrest
eda aaaa-sg aasas, cturgatl with hatae a party la the
nil ah iihlirhsniai I il thn irluiiliU asi litnilii
nsaht tut. Se Is stow ha castaay Mr. White, a
etiomu tai oar eitr, ehtrrod .ith yrtidf rrtafrai Ht
thesdhay, hM s4o has aaeos. The aegra who wotted
apaa Caattata FewEU, aa Sasday, has ltea arrested
yfxr.xvr Appeal. The nnaber for this
week Hi i wi h aa aaaoaal variety et iaterettiBg aad
iiplltriTTt arwe. Xa eVpaiUamt ia aewepaperdosa has
batai aLakaa, aad we, with ooaMeBce, m mm rod K to
thas who eeaire a roadaMe paper. The poMticil, the
laiiraSiiai ai, the general news as wen as the poetical,
li man hi aasd lacal dapartateBte are all welt sessp'icd. It
caa he saislmi at oar coaster ta-day, with w wKhaat
wrsaaert, at tea eaat per oapy.
Gresxhiw tor Sale. By reference to ear
lra1HiBCCaijBll, it will he eeea that this fasMoaabte
wales aac saoae, stteattd at LaBtaase, to tht State, is
oaVied Jar sale. There are few snore desirable watering
places ha the aaaatry. Sariac she few years that Khas
txea aaea, H ha been 1 rceacnttd by as saaay vtaitars as
edpew4btr aa arraasBasdsted. UU tmteAtM ml it-
iig reaaeirniaeaa aaeww-ciireetablliiiirnt, bavteg
a ngmher ef sc taiga; sssrtags, floe baths. &c It is
braatatatly laratid ia a ascninoeat grove of f oteal traoc,
and simnhss, as aae at the snoot dwiraWe keaUties In
tienasiatij. See adwtiaesaeat sa aaother calaau.
Se&Mcio.- or Foot. Play. On Friday last,
a maa aaaaal JottK McMasson dial wety saddesdy, ia the
t-paer pattaaT tha ctty, aad was barted wtthta ts-e hoars
after bat S)ifa, Saapscioa suvlag arisen as to the caaoe
of Mr rlaafh, aad resects having gone abroad that be had
t"a saafir dealt with, his resaains were exanmed, aa .
Sataseay iaot aad as iaveatlgat ion had. Althoagh terar
i laatt: were feaaaf apon hie race aad hted, K is sap
poaedtaey wereoncailaaedby fatta. There was Bo djaat,
we aaaterenad, that he tree t death. Oa Senday
afteraaaahewasbarttedby the nrxsen, aad tbefaaerai
jirooeaaaaa wm httii by BEaaisaa's baad af maeic. The
iitar wa aa laipaiiag one, a large aaaher of bmbs
tKrsaxaaarsc the Fire Coaaaaaies peyinf the last tri
bataaf aespict ta a descend hroth r.
Chester's Sobmaxi.ve Cable. Mr. Most-
ooascstT, at the aliaiih oSnee, has l.aaded to as fer
itispectiem a seeUan saasple of Chesteb.' Thiee Wire
Caala, cos used woth twal atraado of Xe. 6 wire. It 1
tteasaaecaele wh ch Mr. M. has ordered for the telegraph
iineMHsekaaaa, caaaectlng with Cette, to eapply the
placeef the Mew Faajssdlaad cah'e watch was last. It is
the fleet ever taaaiifsrlared ia the United State, aad we
arc toed hj fafly qttal ta the its sited article. ItisqaMe
a ortalty ta thate wee have aever eeea the sahsasiiae
rM. Mi. Ckesteb atse manilctree, ia New Task, a
ii r astteiy, in T.-mich IboniUic acid U eadtea j oaardd.
which aac the seen tor qaattties et retoiatns; sasnUc
ioweratachlearer tbaa the est battery, at belac Ire
x.-oas UCaaeve adar aad caBaese c! being kept deea, aad
bf beta; raarh aw exaaaaiv ta feed. The Magtape
. tfiot here is aaw aain; this hataery, and the operators
p rusaMsaea at vtr aa)riar ta the atd aae.
Shootwo Affray Osw Jlftw Kill id An
olktr Wumdti. Oa jumtimy aight betweeai twelve and
m s'aocka diaacmlty oocarrrd at the MctresMitas Kas
taraaa, hetwaea Capt. Wat . Pott ell. aad Mr. G. W.
Kcxaaecc, aaasheaper ia the eslabltsoaseat, which re
sulted la the death af the former geaUeaaaa at the Wor--btsa
Mi air, at sevea e'esack oa Saaday eveaiag, and the
taChtry wossadsagof Kebsmce. Castaia Powell, wKh
s'mo tri -aa, had htoa at the theatre, and prvrioas to re
t.riacpcepeted that reneahaaeats shoald be had. Tho
arty, er a perttaa ef It, weat to the Metrepolttaa aad cr
Jered i npp if. Ashart tiase after the p-rsnos had seated
theraeetves at the table, aa altercation easaed between
Powell sad a waiter of the restaurant which resetted
in the kaeckiag dewa ef the ratter. Mr. Rxdmce iater-f'-red,
whea wards paoeed between htm and Powell,
and aeeatdtag ta thedytac statesneat ef the latter ganUe
man Rxbohcsi ahat hsaa. ThebaUeBteradtbolelt breast
in the isasaediate Besghharaoed at the heart and passed
nearly throaft hssa; K basagcatoataear tbesptae. Im
roediaaaly fasssalaa tha dbcharge whseheaased the death
t f Powell, eight osaiitalrv. shots were heard. Bee
uick ia waandtdta the thich, aad hi skia was graced
in two wr three ala ess fiesa other baits. These dtetherge
are aaM ta base been asade by frieada of CaptataPow
cr.L. POWE1.Z. taaVred greatly dariajt tbe dy, hat ear
tr In tUe aaacatac, bvtg aeooeae con tetoai that beceatd
so servile, relented a f riead to take his paper aad
money ('iTeaJ teals wMeat Beriistoa, New Jersey, a
city twelve asBes above rhiladalpaU, where he desired
a'itu hi resaain to be coaveyed.
Tart aad aCtir was tbepriaclaal tbeate et conversation
upon ear straat ea Baa day aadyeatetday, aad the mare
, as these is siaiWiialh? avaaary attached U tbeaSray
hlch Mraated sefa'aBy which caa oaty We aararetedby
Mr. JtEHtMQK a siaa p 1 to hM bed f rasa theiajaryae
reoesead sa the aOray.
CsstotaPoWELLhadoaly beeaaaeajr cttyahoat two
luuath , bet aadfsiaaial a great asaayatqaalntances. Ho
waa, we aad list sad a aative ef Philadelphia, where he
r'Oeed a aanaber ef sear. Apparaatly, he was a boat
thirty year af ae,at the ttawef hit death. He has left
wiMaaateaeat htitdca aasaeroas rrtatUas aad iiteadj;
jasBia hti seatisdeeaise.
The aweval belief U, that CaataUa Powell badae
wtsaea tasea his peraoa whea he was shot We issa g.
loe, frasa she tact taat his coat wa aot perlarated by the
bait, wVash aaf ei bis left side, aad was extracted. f real
it rrbtet U saaae, he was sa the act ef pedttacKear,
whea he reeHstd the neat -at ef the .Derrisger which
j roved aa fatal tokdaa.
Oa yesterday, the eataae ef Caatate POWELL was de
posited ta the Oaawtaeh iaMevria' Caaseaery.
In tadocaty.ea the nth root., of cooeevnption, at tbe
BreeeHaate, Mr. Blisma Takce, aged about 26 year.
mALOTOFCWOUXD aa Heraaade street, Jait
Xerth ef Beat street. Tho let ha a dwetjtng
haaaeapaa K, saltahto ferasasan family. For
farther perttconars, taqatre ef JOHN BP.OWN,
Latfas a4 ShtBglcs.
BOGKBT & WITT are U:1 aufctng Laths, aad are al
ways pi spared to sapvly the public with tbe beet ar
iicle at redaoed prices. They are al-e nuktas Shiaales.
aad wfll keep a sejssjty coasuntly on hand. Mill oa Wolf
river, above tha Bayoa. July 18, '66-ly
OUK varied assd extenaive stock of Carpet can stow be
haarjht at a -vary low ngare. Oar aer-ortateatem-bracM
every vadoly af style and pattern, ranging from
26 oesrts to $4 per yard.
)ae-lw WINSTON. CHURCHILL k CO.
WE are aaw oerin tbe largest and best tkeed
stock of Pianos ever broaght te this ty, whicfa
will he sold law vary low. j
la-lw WINSTON, CHUTIpniLL & CO.
Q- Bsaralrer and Evening News copy fatae abovo.
u. AND dVposlted in Newty & May's Livery
ffSWe fttaale on7harsday, tbe 1st last., a Urge Hoes
sJBRJ MULE, which the owaer caa have by proving
ifTT israVi rrrrr aad paying charge
jaaq-lw prefeefS JOHN MAGEVNET.
Da. C. CHIDSET vmM iefarm his
frteads that he bas retaraed to thy city,
ywttht larire aosortasetit of DentiTaTte
" rial, aad is better prepared than rvtr to
yertorm operations oa tue Teeta. janitMit
f iM gtk$ JlJ Slcjragl
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MEMPHIS.
LITER FROM EUROPE.
A JJBIV AL OF TEE SIEAKEE ASIA.
COTTOX MARKET ADVANCED.
New Tore, January IS. The Steamer Alia has ar
rived. Cetteo Is active, and bas advanced U d. Sales
for the week. 91.000 hat- finerai.tnr. t.v. te
.1. . . "
NHi, ana Exporters 7,006. Fair Orleans, 7K fair Mo-
bOa, .K. Flour market dull. Money active. Censols
9 1-16. Cotton active stnee arrival of Ptrtia ; Mid
dang Organs, 7K. MiddHngMobHe, 7Jf ; Mldatins Up
ncrmaaa, Oexi. Co. quote, cotton market Una since
19th December. Fair Upland, 77-16d; fair Mobile, 7Hd
Middling Orleani, 7 3-16. Spinners entered market freely.
Imports since. 370,356 bales against 3S7.000, list year.
rerk oncbasged. Beef doll. Lard dnll. Manchester
trade rather quiet In consequence of limited stocks, mar
ket, however, firm. Money more in demand and rates
advancing. Bullion la Bank decreased 156,000.
George Holt is. Co. quote MHdHng Orleans at 7K ; Mid
dling Mobile, 7; Middling Uplands 7K.
Wright, Jr., k Co. qaote MHdtUg Olleani 75-16;
upianos ? n-ib. uoMers witnarawiag sup
plies, bsl are generally repUeed.by speculative parceia
Market etesed arm
J arses McIIenry & Co. qaote caramon to ged Ob lo Com
at 33s. 6d.34s. Steamer's newr snsettled the market.
Te lo ic corn 333l9. 3agar dtdl anddedtalng.
Tha steamer Srtgo had arrived out prior to tba de
parture of the Atia.
The approaching Oenfereaee at Paris exeltes oessidera
Thedtmenltles between Prnsila and Sl(ierUad, as
also between Great Britain and Persia stUl continue.
They are the main features at Interest In the Old World.
iBHrseswe preparations for war are being made by hath j
SirHterUBd and Prassla. Xegetlalleas have dosed be
tween the British Minister at "Washington andthoFer-
sian'Envoy. Ta latter has departed for Paris.
The Bank of Fraaee again accepts dissoost bHis run.
Btog seventy-five days.
J day has keen axed far the re-assemMiBg of Confer-
Ship Bombcu. from Glasrow to Xew OriaaB!. snt Into
ooek, iretsad. Woald have to discharge freight.
The Swiss citizens are wilMag to aid any eowtry against
Praseia, to any extent.
WASHihSTOS, Jaaaary 12. Smalt. Tins IlarUn
e was retrssed, aad eccapied the attention of this
body up to the hoar of adjoarameat.
Unite. Resetatioos were adopted directing the Jndl-
ctary Comnolttoe to tequlre Into the expedieory of reor
gaatatag Cireeit District Oonrts, to give all sections equal
represtntatives ia the SapreaM Courts.
The seigeant-at-arms pxM $100,000, yesterday to
Btemecrs for mHeage and oongressienal services.
The report ot'the corruption committee caused Intense
exettemeat. They adspted strlagtnt rules to prevent
The "IVenther at 'VVhefllng.
Wheeliko, January 12. The thermometer stands nt
t twelve degrees below aero to-dsy.
CrsciKXATi, Jaaaary 12. Floar active, at fall prides.
$523J$53S. Whisky tendlr upwards, prices stir, 23c
Lard doll no accurate quota Usns. Steaars news
caased buyers to withdraw from market. 3less pork,
aatbieg doing. Wheat firm, aaehanged.
New To EC, JaBsary 12. Cotton daH; eales 763
bales. The market exhibits no new features ; qBetatlotu
steady, demand fair. The steamer's news had no efieet.
Mtdettas Orleans, 13.H. SterUeg dali, ansettjed, 9x
9K. Fiear, deaaad good, prices advanced. Stoaater's
sew fsvoraale. Com active, advanced two cents;
railed 73c. Mess pork arm.
Arrivals end Departures.
Suxday, Jsrrasry 11.
RepBhHc, Mtaptjis to New Orleans.
Niagara. New Orleans to Cairo,
n. K. W. ma. New Orleans to Measeats.
Bt. Fraacis, St. Francis rirr to Memphis.
Kate Frisbee, Napoleaa to MeapaU.
James Montgomery, Padncah to New Orieaas.
Dan. Bionc, Nashville to Memphis.
Moxdat, January 12.
Ed. Haward, Eastport to New Orleans.
Argyie, New Orleans to Cincinnati.
Kate Frtebee, Memphis to Nspeteon.
EvaasvBle. Memphis to White river.
lncomar, Memphis to New Orleans.
ArrEALNEwi Box. We have placed cpen the Wharf
Boat a News Box, for the reception of papers from ear
friends ea tho river. We trust the oScers of beats will
drop pefMirs therein, for this efice, and we wiH return all
dae thanks for sach favors.
J3 The river oontieaes to recede slowly. There was
a Urge qaantity of Soatte: Ice passed our city, which
was drawn by the earreat to tbe Tennessee site, making
it diQeslUTer boats to land. Tbe Camberland river Is re
parted falltag fast, as well as White and St. FTaacis riv
ers. 3 The Infoaar departed last evening. She did net
earry ost mach Cetteo bat had quite a number of pas
seBeers on board.
Jj-Tbe H. R. J!'. JK, ceasmanded by the popular
Newell, and "Nat" Gtbssn, ia the clerk's oace, wis
leave to-morrew atleraeoa for New Ortetna. She win
charge packet price fer earryta: Gotten ($1 35,) the dtffl
calties ltMaaant to navigation making it neoesiary to
3 The St. Frantit arrived on Sunday afterueon.
She win leave at2 o'clock this evening en her refers trip.
Copt. Bowman is her cemxuaader, and Frank Gracy-wiH
be toaad In tbe clerk's once.
53" The Eeameille departed last evening for White
river. The Joan of Are shipped her freight oa beard tho
3Thefineit'amer Daniel Moene arrived on Satur
day evening. She wilt depart this atoning at nine
o'clock for NashTilto. The pepalar Lee Is her comman
der, and Mr. Smith is her gentlemanly Srst clerk. The
Blent bas anperior accommodations for passengers, and
Is one of tho swiftest beats on the river. Persons de
sirous cf conaectiens with the cars at Cairo coald not
get en a better er svlfter packet.
X3 The Altonia wilt be hero cn Wedaesday night.
and cepart on Thursday afternoon for NasavHle.
2-The Balesf is tho next packet due from New
Orleans. She will be here te-nwrrow and depart on
Tilegkaphic. The fcittowlBg are tho Iateeldispatch
es from above :
PiTTtBt'&aK, Jansryl2. River nuchas red. Weath
er dear end eoU.
Cincinnati, Jsneary 12. River Bcchaag td. Weath
er dear and eeM.
Louisville, Jaaaary 12. Weather moderatlag. In
dications et TaAa.
St. Louis, Jaaaary 12. River aaehanged. Oensider
abte lee la ta s river. Arrived Fcnnryjpanfe.
3 Wa teay the foUowing from the Now Orleans
"The. steamboat Seufnern Beilt. which left this port
on TrssXay evening last for Tiektburg, returned yester
day, bat lug been ran into by the steamboat Duke, hence
for lied ilver.
It appears that the eetUrron occurred about forty miles
above the city, aad that the Southern Belie sustained
sera re damage.
TJie bows of tie Duke, we learn, struck the SoufA'rn
Be We on the larboard side, Just forward of tbe wheel
h9ae, and tore away a large portion of tbe guard, broke
Vae htg-chains, and Sampson-post, rut into the hull from
the deck to tbe water's edge, and displaced tbe cylinder
-plate and timbers. A large quantity of freight, which
was on tbe guard, was, at tbe same time, pitched over-
Tho Southern Belie will bave to lay by for repairs.
CUDDY, BROWN & CO.,
3 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
CASH advances mad en all Cotton or other Prod nee
consigned as abova, by MILES OWEN."
I HATE received lately a very gocd seond-basd BOIL
ER, also, XRI0HEN and STAND-PIPE, which I am
authorized to sefl very low fer cash. The Bailer U twenty-
six feet Ung. thlrty-oix Inches diamster, two twelve inca
Sue. a. M'LEAN, Boilsr-Maker,
Jaa8-d3w:vr3t Orposlt Navy Tanl, Mempnts,
jv TAT be bad for a few gentlemen, also a good room for
J.VX a family, by applying early to
JanS-l ra Corner Kie" ango and Third streets
GOLD P35N8I Morton's I
SOLD PENS! Bacley's;
COLD PENS! Rapp'a;
GOLD PENS ! Superior Points ;
, GOLD PENS I Short Nibs;
GOLD PENS ! Long Nibs ;
GOLD PENS! Small Site;
GOLD PENS! Medium Site;
COLD PEN ! Large Six ;
GOLD FENS I Engrossing;
GOLD TENS I Mammoth !
GOLD PENS I Smooth and Easy Writing;
GOLD PENS 1 Warranted Points;
dea23 J. E. MEBRlMANfcCO
A NEAT and comfortable Frame DweiHfig,
containing four rooms, also negro house, kitchen.
a good eastern and all necessary euibendlngs,
itusteda the river, trumed lately south 'f the
Overton Tract. Tetmseasy. Aply to
C. C. MORRIS,
JanlO-lf 275 Main street.
rpWENTTTbcuisael Havana Cigars In store and for
JL sale by
nv27-S B0TD h. ANDERSON,
Q AA SAOSS choice Irish Potatoes In store and for
OV9 1c ANDERSON.
TtFTKEII Thousand pound Goshen Batter In store and
X" for sala by
nov27-lf BOTP tcANDERON.
O HA BOXES Fresh Cheese: forsalflbr
4&JJ idyl 8. B. WILLIAMSON.
MKMPniS PA11.T APPEATj OFFICE, )
Tuesday, Jannary 13, 1SS7. J
Cotton The market j esterday was ret s active as on
Friday and Saturday J stllersjkre advincing their figures
and buyers are slow to yield. Srles reached 1053' biles
at full and flrta figures. The Atlc't idvices were
received on Saturday la.t giving an advance of kd. with
an active market in.IJverpool. Parties are SoWiBgnp
see what effect the Asia's news will have alanine
Orleans market. It Is'becomlng pretty well settled
tho present cropVlU fall very far short of tiie year pre
-fnn TwrtrA ih lata drnrn hath at home M?r abrosd.
SAtxs-1 bal, at 10 cent. ; 15 at .10UI 2t afli; D
11 M; 31 at 11 ; 5 at IIS; 151 at 11 H; 12atUM; 18at
II X; 69 at 12; 60 at UK; 330 at 12 Hi 213 at 12J; 87 at
MEMPHIS COTTON QUOTATIOSll.
Inferior SK& 9 I Strict Mlddllng.il WOl!
Ordinary 9Hg 9fi Good Mid41!ng.l2.V12.V
GoodOrdloary....IO I0 I Middling Fair..l2K12K
Low Middling.. ..1OS011 I Fair (scarce).. .13 C
Middling 11X!1H I
nncmrTs or Cottos at New OnlXAKS The
rec-ipts at this port since 1st September, says the New
Orleans Price Current of the 7th Inst., (exclusive of the
arrivals from Mobile, Florloa and Texas,) are S7I.S99
bales, against 663,713 bales to same date last year; and
the decrease In the receipts at all the ports, up to tho
latest dates, as compared with last year, it 10,65? bales
Is the exports from the United States to foreign coun
tries, as compared with the same dates last year, there Is
decrease of 20,211 bales to Great Britain, 21,566 to
France and 2.,f 60,to other foreign ports.
NEW ORLEANS MARKET.
From the Price Current, Jan. 7.
REMARKS ON THE MARKET FOR THE PAST THREE
With a return of favorable weather, the week has open
ed with some general activity, and we bave to col tee lru
Drovinc Prices for most articles. It will be seen that
Cotton cartlcularlr has ziet with an animated demand.
while the various articles Of Western Produce have re
ceived more attention at advancing prices since advices of
tbe obstructed navigation of tbe upier rivers.
Cotton Arrived since the 2d Inst., of Louisiana and
Mississippi 13,613 bales, Tennessee and North Alabama
C312, Arkansas 4116, Montgomery 1250, Mobile 1S69,
Florida 170. Texas 233; together 32,023 baits. Cleared
sisee the 2d Inst., for liverDool 2314 bales. Havre 888b,
Barcelona 903. Malaca 673, San Sebastian 5S9, New York
3S6, Boston 37; together 17,3IS Dales, stocc in p-eses
and on shipboard not cleared on tha 6th instant, 335.909
Our last report closed upin a large week's basinets In
the Cotton market, and tbe uemanu was renewed witn in
creased activity on Saturday, resulting in sales or fa!';
20,000 bales, and at prices so decidedly In favor of sellers
as to require an advance of He In our quotations. Oa
Mceday buyers again came forward very freely, and the
sales again reacoea ine large amount ei aj.uw oaies, ai
very fall prices generally, the matket still tending in favor
of sellers. These large transactions left the market v Ufa
a ramsarativeiy moderate supply of uestraoie iwta imme
diately on sale, wmie n wers generally were nm more
t nil in their asking prices ; but with a continued good lo-
oalrr. the business of yesterday reached the very fair
amount of Ib.SUU bales; wnicn wonia muc a uxai ror ine
past three days of b6,boa Dales, taken lor ureal urriaiu.
Prance, the Continent. Spain, the North, &. The market
elosea a furtner silzni improvement in prices, anu wo ad
vance Uc upon the quotations given in oar report of Fri
day last. Among the sales of yesterday we notice flfty
bales Dean Cotton, from we ptaniauon or urn. jobb ai.
Burke, South Alabama, beautiful in color, ef excellent
. . . . . . 1, i 1 c. Hki,t,i,,A.nM ihna
laptc, well Iiunn, .v , wiwbu. . . w E.
COMFAKAT1YK PRICES OF COTTON,
At this date. In the following years, with Late of Freight
to Liverpool, ana or sterling nxcnange.
. f 1S57. 1S56. 1555.
Inferior 5 g 6 4 a) 6M
Ord.toG.Ord lOVgltH 6K 7K 6H 6X
LowMiddllng UK 12 7K 8 7 7K
Middling 12K12 8S SK 7H 8K
Good MiddUng 12H012 9X$ 9K Sijo SK
Middling Fair 12XA13 9.'10 SH& 9H
Fair 135 "X 10 ,0
Good Fair nominal. nominal.
Good and Fine..... nominal. nominal. nominal.
" Freight j T d. ' dT
taUverpool. 9-16 &i H g
Sterling p.c. prem. p.cprejaJ p.c. pr- m
Exehaage 6K7i 6 7X 6K 7Ji
LATEST LIVERPOOL QUOTATIONS.
Dec 39. I 1S56. I ISM.
Fair Orleans 7H d. 6 A d.
MiddiiEg Orleans.. 7 S d. 5K d.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st Sptember,lS56 Bates 6,595
Arrived past three days 3i.TJ
Arrived previously 862,311 891 97
Exported past three days
Stock en hand aad on ship-beard.
Sugar JVottisisma There has been some increase it
receipts at the levee within tbe past few davs, aad with
Interrupted intercourse with the upper-country, our mar
ket has become dall aad unsettled. Tbe sales of tbe past
three days sum ap about 9C0 hhds, and generally at rater
within the range of tbe following quatathws :
Inferior 7X 7K I Fair to Fully FalrSX S
Common to Good I Prime to Choice.. 10 W10K
Common SJi 9 1 Clarified 11 -UH
Molasses The Molaetes market on the levee dosed
dell on Friday at 60d2c 'r gallon, for ordinary to choice,
la barrels, and this has Deen tbe general range siBee,
though the principal sales have been at 61&61 H and etc
for fair to prime ana cnoice, witn some lew lancy lots at
63c? gallon. Yesterday, with an increased stock, the
market dosed dull at C0Cic gallon In barrels. Half
barrels have ranged at C364 and 65c gallon, accordiag
to quality, condition ot packages, &e.
Tobacco The receipts continue light, and holders are
arm and full tn theirdemands; making tbe markoi rather
dlflcnlt for purchasers to operate In, though we undeT-
tand that there Is inquiry for round lets, particularly of
Refused. Thus far. however, we bave heard of sales
tna our last report of only 182 fahds. We quote as be
fore say for
Less Factory S m 8K
' Planters' 9 10
LEAr Inferior to Common 10KSJ10S'
" Fair 11K12
" Fine 12X013
" Oaoiea Selections 13X916
.Awvn efx.a..Vt Yi.a l.nl . a T, I e on& .n.u
daring tbe lest Tew days, tbe Western demand being In
terrupted for the taomtnt, and the sales have been cm
fined to seme26C0bsgsat a range of S&10K and lOKcl
2, according to quality. No further cargoes have been
OFFICE OF THE PICAYUNE, 1
Wednesday, Jan. 7, 1 p. it. j
Cotton The demand is rather moderate thus far. and
we notice ea.K-6 of only 1600 to 1200 ba'es.
Sooar There is seme demand for tbe better cualit-es
but ot-mmon grades are dull. The sales embrace some 300
Molasses The market is unsettled, with sales o! 460
bbls prime and choke at 61&62c, and some Inferior at 53c
Tobacco There Is some inquiry, but as yet wc bear
ot no sales dosed.
Flouh Thers Is a good demand, with sales ef 3503
bbls St. Locls at $7 for superfine and $7 37.4$7 50 for
extra, ana 700 supernne ai siiijt v noi.
Wheat w 0 notice a sai 01 i-uu sacxs prime rea at
SI 50 ?l bushel.
-UORN someuu sacaa nave vcro aota 111 101s ai ioz f
Oats A 1st of 324 sacks St. Leuis taken atSOc Tl
Bran 1C0 sacks brought $1 30 100 fts.
Panic Tbe sales lndnde 100 bbls Mess at $19 50 9 bbl,
Bacon Small sales at 10 Xc for dear shies, and 9c
Zb for shoulders.
Lard 10 tierces prime sold at 12c ?t a.
Coffee Sales 500 bags Rio at IOjlOXc 9 .
Freioiits Nothing yet reported.
ExciiABOES Market still heavy.
MEMPHIS RETAIL PRICES FROM STORE
AT WHICH PLANTERS' OltDEKJ ARE FILLED.
Baooino India, yard 18 20
" Kentucky. IB ftco
Rope Keutack, E 10 11
Bacon Sides, ? B a 9X
" Shoulders a ( SX
" Haras, plain 10 All
" nams, sugar-cured 13 1I5
CorrEE Rio,Hlb 12 12 x
" Java.. ih sano
Candles Sperm, & 4S 60
star ..t ai
FLOUR Superfine, f bW.. ....$6 757
" Extra ass 00
Lard In kegs, a B 14 15
Molasses Reboiled,fl gallen 65 75
rons Mess, 7 barrel $16 18
Whisky Common rectified, 4 gallon 35 36
" uexler's 30 035
Sugars Brown, ta & 11:2X
" manned and White 12X014
SALT Coarse,? bag $1 50I 75
Fine,? bag $1 752 00
Kanawha, ? bushel .........50 60
Rice? r 6 cx
CnEESE Western, ?B 12X13
Apples? barrel $1 605
Eschango and Bank Koto List.
O. W. O S-t KJjJgL'g' efij OO.,
COR. FROST ROW AND MAD1SOX-ST.
New York Xprem
New Tork.. .......! prem
New Orleans IKprcm
Louisville & Cln. 1 prem
St.Lonls.. ........ 1 prem
New Orleans Vprexn
Louisville a Cls. Xprem
St. Louis Xprem
New Orleans...... Xprem 1 New Orleans 1 Xprem
North Carolina.... 2 dls. I All large Upper
Miss. Mat. Ins. Co.. par. I Csnntry Kprem
AmericanGold.....lJt'prem I Gold.. ........ ....2 prem
Silver 1 Xprem. I Silver 3 prem
Highest market rates paid for Land Warrants.
Mlrslsslppl Land Scrip for sale.
A GOOD COOK
"Jl TAY be had by appiyiDg to
Corner of Exchange and Third streets.
R ANAWAY from tbe sub t crib r In Crit tendrn conn,
tr. Ark .on the 2d day of December, a negro maa
named COLUMBUS, about twenty-two years old,
very tall .somewhat knock kneed, and f te t very ranch
turned out. powerfully maa. dark brown color, aimoet
black, fine set of teeth, has a long face, pleasant counte
nance. The above reward will be paid for his delivery
to me, or his lodgment In Jail, If taken in Arkansas, or
thirty dollars if taken cut of the State. Memphis. Tenn.,
is ay Post oace. 11. a. uauilck.
Chancer v Sale.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree of the Chancery
Court at Ripley, at Its December Term, 1S16. 1 will
sell at tho Court Ilouie door, In tho town ot Ripley, on
the FIRSr MONDAY In March next. One Hundred Acres
01 ir.a in me via uivu lutirici 01 Lsnaeraaie county,
belonging to the Estate cf Cooper R. Janes. Terms cash.
jania-wtds UEXRI H. RICHARDSON, O. St. M.
I WILL give forty dollars for tho d-IIvery
twoiHjis, at my house, cr in a jail so
cangeitnem. Tnty lafl my premUes
9th of December. 1S5S One of tht
boys Is black, twenty-one years ot age. -wtlihs about
one hundred and ninety-five pounds, a scar on his right
cnees ; me otner is a orijni mulatto, aged ahont twenty
one years, has a downcast countenance when spoken to.
and I think it probable that he will try to pus himself
os as rrec do also nas a oaa aeuvery.
J. A. MICCEBERRY.
ROHTOTTN, Shelby ceunty, Tenn. JanJ-wtt
wnraro jen. sick? These celebrated Pills are the
remedy the worjd ever possessed fer the removal of
ease; they win cure Liver Complsiots and Dyspepsia in
all its forms. The sickly should i.-r.. -dlately try a few
doses of this wonderful medicine.
Sold at the manufactories, No. 60 Maiden Lane, New
to Y0rk(Snd Ko.2JlStrand,Lsndon; and by-alldrngjlsts,
Iew et25e.,63HC.,ana sipr piior cox.
- AHEAD OF THE "WORLD!
at THE CRY IS STILIs THE V CO!IE.
PARK & FEP.LOW,
4f AT THE
219 attoin stroot,
ARE making tho fiarst PICTURES in the wotld. All
we ask is for yon all to call and exsmrs them for your
selves. rilOTOGRATHS, LIFE-SIZED,
I made only afr the Star Oalhrry.
nga If aly one should ask US what, in our
I oplntio, arrived at by an Impartial test, was the best and
I mot honestly compounded remedy for prsservlng, beau-
tlfylag and restoring gray hair to Its original color, wc
should, without hesitation, say Prof. O. J. WOOD'S Hair
His preparation thousands have tested, and are ready
to endorse its excellence. Thousands mora have need of
the same preparation, and wo would idvlss all whoso hair
Is in the least diseased, to go at once to O.J. WOOD &
CO.'S store, 11 Market street, aad lay In a supply of his
To be had of O. J. Wood 5c Go., 114 Market street, St,
v ...I. 1 .0 ..L. rvrv-ll fld i. rl VT
liMllK. altti ui UaBBjuLHMaj a.-mn(ar e
Wm. A. Ilatcliclor's Kair-Dye.
GRAY, BED or RUSTT HAIR dyed InsUntly to a
beautiful and Natural BROWN or BLACK, without the
least injury to hair or akin.
Fifteen Mtdalt and DifUmat have been awarded to
Wa. A. BATCHELOK since 1S39, and over 80,000 appli
cations bavo been made to the balr of his patrons of his
famous Dy. PraJaaHce against dytag the balr and whis
kers la unjust, as It would be ageiast coveting a bald
bead with a wig.
Wat. A. BATcnELOB's Hair-Dye predaees a color
cot to be distinguished from nature, and is warranted
nut to injure la the least, however brag It may be con
Made, sold or apaHed, (inntae private rooms,) at the
Wlc FactorT. 393 Broadway. New York.
Sold In all dtie and towns of the united states, by
Dnuorisu and Fancy Goods Dealers.
rr? The Genuine bas the name ana aaareoe upon a
steel-plate engravtag on ronr sioea 01 eacn ooiue, or
WILLIAM A. BATUILBLOB,
"11 Ytrrt9w.v V.w TnrV
S3- For sale by S. MANSFIELD & CO., and Druggists
HIDES! IIIBES! HIDES!
100,000 Hides-Wanted !
FOR which we win pay the highest market price In
Weahobay RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAR SKINS. Ia fact, any Skint used by TAN
NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the HIGHEST CASH
PRICK. GEO. PHILLER & CO.,
norK-8m 73 Front Row.
HAPPY AND GLORIOUS I
The greatest wander ot the world has at last been dis
covereda specific in disease DR. SLEDGE'S NEIt
YOUS TONIC, for the care ot Chills and Fever, and a pre
ventive to all gradeaof Fever, as well as a cure. It has
been f uHy lee ted for the last fonr years, and It Is new
conceded by scientific men to be one of the greatest dis
coveries known to man. This will be ditpatel by thou
sands, no doebl, but li 1 so. Read, lot, and judge for
Fifty thotuatd ioUart will be paid to any person who
win produce Hssapsrier. let Medici nee can be found In
aH the Drag Store and tewae throughout the entire
West. J. M. SLEDGE.
Memphis, October 3, 1856.
This Is te ceitlf y that we have been sell lag large quan
tities of Dr. Sledge's Celebrated Remedies, and take
Srrat pleasure in recommenditHt them to t be afflicted as
posaesolagresaarkable properties in cuotroiliog the dis
eases for which they are recommended, and we bare no
Hesitancy m giving onrtttttsBony in tivor ai iKeir supe
riority over other preparations lor the same dlseaseL as
they seem to give universal satisfaction to all those
who use them.
Mansfield 2c Co., Druggists. Peyton fcTIarMn, Druggists.
G D Johnson, " Ward &. Joaes, "
Chandler &. Co., " Henry Wa, '
R. Joyner & Co., " W. M. Sheltoe, "
W. E. MILTON,
2G Madison Street. Up Stairs.
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies ju the United
Exchange and TVote Hroker.
I wilt attend to the negotiation of all
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
w. w. iiic;:e,
SHirriXG, RECEIVING AND DISCI I ARGINO
AJTD STEAMBOAT ACEiVl,
SO. 3 BAXK AYES HE,
WILL attend faithfully to all businsis entrusted to his
THE OX1Y: MEDAL. AW A RDED
BY the New York Exhibition to the English or foreign
Sauce Manaf acturers bas been obtained, amongst numer
ous competitors, by LEA & PERKINS, for their
whereby farther testimony Is aSorded ot its bslng the
bestSa nee ex taat.
The celebrity ot this Sauce has extended lo every quar
ter ot the globe, and its eScaey In promoting the general
health is beceBtag dally moreobserved and acknowledged.
In tbe United State It is held to be the most agrceaWe
condiment, aid is esteeawd far its tonic and Invigora
ting properties, Its habitual use enabtiag the stomach to
digest the food.
OntaeCHHtineoto: Zurope, these qualities have been
testified to by a gesUleasaa, who writes to LEA & PER
RINSthsa: "I have carried a bottle of your Worces
tershire Saace In a tear I have Just completed through
Spain and Portugal, and believe I owe my present state of
health to Us use; your Sauce Is stomachic, and I think
medicinal. I can with troth say there Is nothing in a
traveler's baggage so essential to his comfort, at least In
these countries, as your Sauce."
In Indi3, aleo, 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 terras: '-Tell LEA t FERRINS that their
Sauce ishlgbly approved in India, and that it is, la my
opinion, tlie most palatable as well as the most wbote
ssme Sauce made."
TblsSaree Is soitable forevery variety of dish, and the
universal demand which Its excellence has created has
led to many imitations being offered to the public, tinder
a variety ot name, but tbe genuine may be known by
the names at ' ' LEA & FERRINS " being impressed upon
tbe patent metallic capsules, or patent glass stopper ol
the bottle, as well aa tbe labels and wrapper.
Sole Agents tor the United States,
JOHN DUNCAN & SONS,
ap!2-l y 485 Broadway. New York.
T-ft 3-s-Ttja.T-i t: to PoZXLftloS
DR. CHIIESEitfATrS PILLS.
THE combinations ot ingredients in these Puis are the
result ot a long and extensive practice. They are
mild in their operation, and certain In correcting all ir
regularities, painful menstruation, removing all obstruc
tions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain In
the side, palpitation of tbe heart, disturbed sleep, which
always arise from Interruption ot nature. They can be
aecessfuuy used a a preventive. These Pill should
sever he taken la pregnancy, as they would be sure to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and
free from anything Injurious te life or health. Explicit
CettioBS, which should be read, accompany e&ch um.
Price tl. For sale In Memphis by
S. MANSFIELD &. CO,
G. D. JOHNSON,
WARD & JONES
I3r 3nt bv a all br enclosing si to Dr. CORNELIUS
L. OHEKSEMAN, No. 192 Broadway, New York.
THE Author of a French Grammar, bas returned to
Memphis, and oners his services to those who desire
to learn the French Langusge.
Far geataexnen His school will be opened between Second
and Court streets, on every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
anf Friday Evenings, at half past six o'c'ock.
KHe win attend at their private residence those ladles
wno oesir nis services.
A list wRl be left at the Beak Store of Ifeicrn. I .mh
Young & Co., Main street, for those who wish to enter
tneir nsmes. Jn6-tf
WE hsve sold oar entire stock of Bosks and Stationery
to Messrs. LAMB, YOUNG & CO.. who will con
tinue the business at onr old stand. We are thankful
fer tbe liberal patronage bestowed on us, and ask a con
tinuance of the same to onr successors. Our books are
at the old stand, where all accounts against us will bo
reuies. LAMB &. UPSHAW,
S. II. LASin JAMES TOUNO VT. S. K0RRIS.
jLAMB, TOVLVG & CO.,
(SUCCESSOR! TO LAMB & tJPSHAW.)
Booksellers and Stationers,
259 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
HAVING bought out the stock ef Messrs. T.irah fc
Upshaw, we design keeping on hand at all limes a large
ana complete ssiorimem. 01 everything usually kept In
our line of business.
We intend to sell principally for casit. and at the verv
lowest market prices. All articles charged will bo con
sidered due wnen called for, unless by special agreement.
Jan6-lw LAMB, YOUNG & CO.
WE would call the attention of merchants and others
to our extensivt asiSTtment of BLANK WORK, In
cluding almost every style and size of Books, from the
largest Royal Ledger and Journal to the smallest Memo
randum Book. They were selected with a special ev to
the wants of this community, and are from tbe beit
manufactories in the United States. Our prices will be
as low as tht lowest.
jan8-lw LAMB, TOUNG fc CO.
jm-M.v i.uuiaaaaw; t
ITS THREE GREAT BEAUT2ES:
IJ1IRST They are more trilliant, and will nevtf
SECOND They can be taken equally as wall. If not
Deiter. in ciouaj as Clear weatuer.
THIRD Thnrrftau be riven to the imortuion an tha
jipainu iunaan ariuiioeneci aca finish that cannot
be produced on any other surface knoan to 'hi Photo
Remember I TtiatW. IT.'DrSIIONG, 161 Main street,
has the exdulve right of the dtv of Memchts tor
Ileal'o makes Ambrotypoj, Dagaerreolypos, Plot-retypes,
Celereotypes, Tlthneotypts, Photographs, &c &.c.
R. F. LOOJTEV.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office ever C. W. Cherry 4
WE resptctfnlly call your attention to our extensivt
steck of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, French Window
Glass, Nails, Castings, Metals, and all other article in
onr line ultrd to the trade .if this seetion of roonirv
mostot which has either been imported by us direct frotu
Europe, or selected from tbe best factories in America he
wui )ai.ici ictiucfib la lae cm.
The recent addition of another storo to our premises.
irIOLESVirjs SAMPLE R0QZT,
entirely disconnected from the retail branch et oar trade
and we fed assured that Merahants wlllooasalt their own
interest uy loosing into this room and making their se
lectinnt. None but good and penctual men need apply.
LOWNES, ORGILL & CO ,
. , 13 and 1 Front How.
Jt New York Office, 41 Piatt street
TTJE have Juat received from the Cumberland River a
1 iwi assortment ana neavy elect of tbe
Celebrated "Stacker" Iron!
Including Wacon and Dandr Tire Tlnh
Slabs, assorted Plough Moulds, norse-shee, NaU-rod
Round, Square, Oval, Half-oval, Scrap, &c, Jte., of every
Warranted Bellows, solid btxfand other! Vic. v.
hoi 1 Anvils Sledaa and Hand Usmmers.iaHhs' Tongs,
Stocts and irtes. Flat, Square and Octagon Gait Steel
English and American Blister, German Steel, Borax'
norec-uajis, x unauiBrerKcs, ac, a.. Apply to
LOWA'KB, OKGILL JSc CO.
Jan4 13 and 14 Front Row
TUST Received, heavy shipments of Ploughs, embraetar
u varioaa aises 01 "iuvingsion uouniy." amonrat whleb
are sevrial hundred of the celebrated No. 11. AlaoDrrahu
jiooM-boara, bob-soil, UiU-slae, Harrows. Cultivators,
ana an eu-aiets variety of ana necessary Agricaltaral and
iioriicuiiurai implements for particulars of which, a
our Illustrated Catalogue, furnished orafft at onr store.
LU1VXK3, DUG ILL & CO.,
Jan4 13 and 14 Front Row.
Fire - Proof Safes 1 1
FACTS SPEAK LODDER THAI WORDS ! !
AT the great fire which broke out in Wanen and Murray
streets. New York, 9th November last, where nruu-
Ml tBC ftUHttfM Dl
600,000 ! !
was destroyed, several of these Safe's were tested with
results similar to the following :
New Tonic. Nov. 11. lasc.
MR. EDITOR : In the fire at No. 39 Warren-street, oa
ine moroius 01 lue-jiu insL. our most valuable boots and
papers were expostd for 36 hours la oae of Steams &
Marvin's Flre-Procf Safes.
We say fire proof, not because they are so labeled, bat
because we have so proved them. Oar books and paper r
came out uninjured, sava the binding ot tbe books, acca -
sionea oy sieam.
Our store was five stories above cround. and two sta-
ries below, occupied from cellar to Earrot. Tbe iBtensltv
ot tbe heat can be attested by aay fireman who witaesoed
No furnace could be contrived by the tegeBattr af aaaa
to create a more intense beat. We voluntarily gtve this
tribute to tbe value ot these Safe, and select voar widelv
circulated commercial journal to inform the aserrant ile
community what estimate to place upon Stoarna &. Mar
vin- n uutr i-atepi aatarianaer safes.
HAVILAND, BARREL Sc RISLKY,
In this connexion the Manufacturers write at: "We have
made these Sates over 14 yea s bavesetd svertM
Had 216 tested in accidental fires In tbe UaiM Slates aad
Canada, and never yet had a customer te lose a dollar by
ore from'-! of them. We think they hare earned a high
reputation, as they trs readily sold here In preference lo
other Safe's at 55 to 60 per cent, less price." A fail stock
kept constantly on hand by
LOWNKS, ORGILL Jc CO.
Agents for Stearns & Marvin.
Iots at Private Sale.
X OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, unimproved Lots,
121,122,125,126,103,104, 131, 132. Improved Lot
169 aad 170 being on the plan ot subdivision ot Greealaw
Safiarrans, Looney k Krele. G. B. LOCKE,
novz-ir Auctioneer and Ileal Kstate Broker.
Caution to the Public.
"1 ,fY Pocket Book was tost or stolen from me
1VJL SoftffH.artng her late upward trip.
valuables. It contained several promiwry notes. Ail
persocs are therefore cautioned not to trad for aav Bate
doe me, unless properly vouched for.
dec2l-tr TnOS. B. CARROLL.
Tatum's Patent Oil-Ground
From the latest number of the Photographic and Fine
IN the whole history of Art In the production of Por
traits of the highest ord-r, no single improvement
has contributed as much as this new process. All that
bas been developed by science In the use ef the camera
sad the light ot the aan, so woaderfatlf successful la tbe
Daguerreotype, Ambrotjpe and Photograph, have bee
appropriated by this new process to large p tela tea ea the
most perfect and durable ef aH grounds ta receive tbe
plastic touch and exquisite tint ot the artist's bruth.
Real oil paintings in oil grounds upon caavas, sach aa
has alwa s been regarded by tbe masters et art as the
best receptacle for colors In oil, are now readily predaced
with all the truth ot the daguerreotype In deHaealiaa,
are! of living, breathing, blooming nature la color, tone
and expression, from tbe miniature up to that of life sts e,
witn a facility ana uuraomty mat is astounding even la
this age cf steam, electricity and intellectual pregns.
Portr its the size ot life may be secured from seaeU da
guerreotypes of persons deceased, with as much truth aad
accuracy as from tbe living subject.
Sittings from the living subject are almost entirely dis
pensed with, and the finlihcd portrait delivered la one or
two days f iom tho order.
The durability of these oil groand photographs Is In
sured for a hundred years, if desired, as there is r.e chem
ical or f jrelgn matter used or Introduced that can hi any
wile affect the permanency or durability ot tbe picture,
the ground being the sam ar has been most approved
and that ordinarily med by artists In tiortraJture aad
landscape; the vehicles and paints are also the same.
Mr Tatcm, tbe patentee, with a mind well stored with
scientific truth, aid possessing 311 enviable skill in tbe
higher waits ot art, has thus. In his last achievement,
aad tbe liberal terms offered bis feOow artists tn preeeca-
tmg his new process not only reflected credit upon his
nstlve country In the gnat race of human progress, but
done great honor to bis own head, hand and h art, aad
doubtless will receive from an oblige people tbe reward
due his arduous toll and brilliant achievement.
ARE the only Artists In tbe city who make this new aad
beautiful style of Portraits. Ttey bare the exdattv
right for tbe city, and all cuter Portraits made upon can
vass by tbe Photographic process are bat imltatioa ot
tbo qrigiital TATUM process.
Many beautiful tptcimens of tbe citizens of Memphis
are on exhibition at the STAR GALLERY, where all ar
Uvlted to rail and see for themselves Jan7 lm
J. E. CIIADWICK'S ADVERTISEMENT
"Will Always be Found In This Column.
PERSONS wishing te know what he bas to sell, u
what be may want to buy for any ot his customers
will be sure to find it In the last column, oa IbeSECONT
PAGE. Remember that, and save yourself thetrouU
of looking all over the paper.
All business entrusted to me will be attenJed lo tare
fully and with dispatch.
Office Madison Street, opposite Union Rank,
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL
iEtna Fire and Inland A'avigo
tion Insurance Company,
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $1,060,001
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,001
Charter Oalc Life Insurance Co.
CAPITAL AND tURPLUS $400,00
POLICIES issued on reasonable terms. Losses equlta
bly adjusted and promptly pari.
FOR S ALU The lot on the Northwest cornr r
Gayoso and DeSoto streets. Size, 60 by 60 feet, corialn
tag a gocd rra no awnitmr, witn rour rooms and late
ment, and grocery stand on the comer. Will be sola lo
if taken soon. Apply to j. E. CHAD WICK,
Memphis Land umce, Madtson-sL, opp. Union Baak.
FCR SALE An excellent Framed House, coo t ait ins
Nine Rooms, on Pontotoc street, nas a good Cistern ai
tached. Possession given Immediately.
FOR SALE Seven Acres of Land, covered with Cm
fruit Trees, within halt a mile of the city limits, on tbr
Hernando riant uoau. inquire of
J. E. CHADWICK, Memphis Land Office,
Opposite Union Bank.
FOR SALE. A Three Years' Lease of a nice an
convenient Frame Dwelling, containing four rooms
kitchen and servants' room, with a good well of water
about 40 cnoice Fruit Trees, stable, and about six acre,
of fine tillable Land, suitable for gardening purposes, al
within one ana a nan mites 01 uoun square, inquire t
J. E. CHADWICK,
Memphis Land OOoe,
Sep 13 Opposite Union BanV
HAH000K & CLARK.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale by
HANCOCK k CLARK.
BBLS. FLOUR, various brands, for sale by
Jan9 HANCOCK k CLARK.
KEGS NAILS, best Eastern for sale by
HANCOCK k CLARK.
TnE unden Igned has a set ot the latest Improved St .
Leuis Stesm Saw and Grist Mill Machinery, which
he wishes to sell, either part for cash or all on time. Any
person wishing to buy the machinery, atd has not a good
sitnation to put the mill up, I will sell htm, for money or
on time, tlx or seven hundred acres of a, good timbered
land as Is In the county, nine miles from Memphis, and
two from the Memphis and Ohio Railroad. My mill has
a 10-inch rrlinder and two 38-inch boilers. IS feet long.
All of the machinery Is new and in.gooA running order
hands for Saw and Grist Mill, sry. Machinery runs two
Sawi me lower onoriiy ana, u upper one imriyincnes.
This Mill 1, warranted to' cut one thousand feet of lumber
per hour, if attended to as it should be. Any peron
wishing to buy a mill can get a bargain by calling on the
subscriber, at his residence, oaa and a bslf must of Ral
eigh, Shelby county, Tenn.
Jan9. P. U. SANDERLIN.
UUODS. at actual coif far rmh
Owhg to athangeia our bmlness. wa esv-rat aetn.t
cost for cffA and cath orJy, ourentire stock of Clothing
aad Furnlsfatac Goods. As the limine., mnit haric.i
BP, and tetlO SOthe Stock rnnut hM ant.? nmanitawml
of Goods in oar line, will find It to their advantage to
give us a call. KELLER & JOHNSON.
, . No. 3 Clark's Marble block,
Jl-3Bt 272 Main street.
gj- aaqnirer copy three month 1,
Stop, See llcvc I
ggr, AT Germantown, Shelby eaaaty. Tean., oa
JSATURDAT, January 10th, 1SS7, I win sell to
-JL highest bidder, two baadred acres of land,
known as tbe Bally Tract, aad adjoining Col. Ne
vil, eighteen miles lam Memphis, and oae-half a mile
North Of the MiDhlt flfutrb.rte.tAr P.tUrikul!Mi.l,iin.
d red and thirty acres in a flaeitate f culiivatloa, snog
buiMlngs, with a little renalr. eln hoaae and inn. well ami
cistern. A splendid neighborhood, morally, socially and
Come out. If any of yon cltyltea wish to breath conn- I
try air, which Is like tbe oil that ran down Aaron's board,
wholesome, and Ditch in. Iraomtn utt Timi I
cash, remainder In 1,2 and 3 yean.
Janl-dtd W. L. CO0PW00D.
In Crittenden County.
THE subscriber o"ers for sale his very desirable Tract
of Land. In Critteaden finnntv. ArV np tk. t..
there are 320 acre well deadened, and 60 In a nr..fnl
stata Af 1-nltlvr.tlnn
This Land is situated twelve miles above Memphis, five
sites back of Gen. Bradlev's nlantalkm. and arm
The only object the uaderslcned hai In selHsi; It to enn.
means rotter down tbe river. For terms
refer to tho subscriber, at the Wersbara House, (where
he will be two weeks 1 or to tfea.r. itoUmu A- rurt
ir.l .a- r v- r
"ag-dawzw B. B. E8KR1DGK.
"TtlFrr bate. 0 Rye Whisky aad Court on. warrantad
ju- pviix, m itoic uRt reraaie oy
BOYD a ANDERSON,
gQ-'t No. 157 Mam sireet.
CANDEE, MIX & CO.,
o xaa.Ta.jcy- jbst, 1857.
N offer lug our card to the public we teader oar ae-
a. xnowieagmeou, for tne very liberal patronage extend
ed us during the past year, aad promise for the fatare to
furnish oorcustomer the LARGEST, CHEAPEST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS la the -Soatbera
Our Senior partner will be constantly in the Eastera
market, and win keep us tally supplied with every dootm
ble style of
Staplo end Pancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Agents for some or tbe best brands et DO
MESTICS, OSNABURGS, &c, which we oabr at Factory
PrX- . Jaa3-daw3a
CA1DjEE3 ItlJX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
MOOTS ST SMOJESs
lillLIalXERY GOODS, &C,
Jan3-dw3m 225 MAIN-ST. MBMPHIS, TBNN.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
C3ro2aori TinncI Agent,
WILL attend persoaally to the locatins; of Swamp Land
Scrip aad Warrants m the Jacksoaport and Helena
Districts, selling Laad aad payiBg Tax.
E GraaaB,MesfW,TeBa.: A. S. Haer. Little Rack:
R. C Brtnkley,
Maj T. Mali, Miss.;
J. Norton & Co., Jf. O.;
J. A. Rousseau, LaGraago,
W. E. Batts, La'rreneevills,
Pool it Wat son, Jackson part
F. Lane X Oo ,
H. P. CeoiHg. Helena,;
Myrtle k Moore, "
Allen Polk, "
C. W. Board, Jatkseapart:
Dry Goods at VFholesale.
TUST reeeived, direct from New York, oa ooasigsment,
J of upward of $3X1,000 worth ef seasoaable Staple
Dry Goods. Tbe goods being ea consignment, I caa af
ford aad wiH sell better bargalas than ever was ooVred b
this city. Merchant and planters, who wish to boy b,
the piece wfll find to their Interest to examine my stoci
before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE,
nova Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
NEW CASH STORE.
a-, xj. i a. -2- xa o oetj.,
134 Main. sL, opp. Worsham House,
PLANTATION. STAPLE AND FANCY!
Men's and Youth's Clothing,
, Ilats, Shoes, &c, &c..
Saddlery, Guns, Rises, Cutlery,
Boys' Doable Guas, Fiae Tobacco and Tea,
LOW FOR CASH
To Consumer or Dealers.
THE anderelgaed, at pretest representing the boai
of BREWER k CALDWELL, New Ye-k, wttl makf
liberal Cash Advance on Cotton consigned to them fof
sale. Apply at 47 Front Row, up stairs.
seciST-tf WM. n. HULL
aiELHPMS IXSURASCE COMPANY,
T. "W. Wilkinson, Pros.; Ben May, Sec.
orrtcE ox jErrERSON street.
H. 0. Walker, 3am. Mossy,
Q. O. Atkinson, T. W. Wilkihsos,
W. B. Greenlaw, t. H. Allen,
J. J. Rawlinos.
Extension Dinintr Tables.
MAHOGANY, Oak and Walnut, Extension Tab'es,
tram tea to foursr en fast long, jast received and for
sat low ay
novla MiKINNEY k GO.
1 nnn pounds pu -
JLeJ.UUU this day, aad for
White Lead, received
WARD & JONES.
f DOZ. asserted Hair Brushes, from twenty-five
J U cents to $2 each. For sale wholesale aad retail by
WARD k JONES.
Wanted to Hire,
A T the Union Restaurant, oa Union street, two waiters.
L A say ooys from iweive 10 etgnteen years ot age.
ply to t ie proprietors.
DEMPEWOLF k GI7IER
WE are Justin receipt of a large and varied assort
ment of plain and decorative Wall Paper, tho pat
tern and designs of which are all new. AH Paper seed
by as pat up, and no charge made nnlss perfect satisfac-
OoB is given, tall ana leave your enters
UB&2W WINSTON, OHURCniLL it CO.
J. A. ANDERSON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office In
. Walker's Building, over Mansfield's Drug Store,
Main street. Janl0-ly
FOR SALE !
A PLANTATION sa the Mississippi
river, sixt en miles below Memphis, in
Arkansas, adjoining the oaa apon
which I reside. Said tract contains
1300 acres, 800 of which is above the
highest oversow, irrespctive of the levee and the resi
due (I 10) protected by said levee. 118 acres of this place
are in cultivation, (naving oeen since 13li,)wt'U au
acres deadened Fronts tbe Mississippi one mile. If
early appitc .tion be made, thl traet will be sold low.
Possession given immediately, i or further partlsalars
refer to J. M. Shaw k Go , Memphis; J. nawklns, ot
Helena, Ark., or It. W. Hulbcrt, on the premise.
VinUl.MA w. tULLI.NS.
ALSO, two other Tract in said county, with improve
ment et 20 acres. Jan 10-2 w Y. W. C.
J3 East and Kaqairer copy.
James and Wlttiain Rodger I,
t)l. I Prtlliaa fr the Sala ef
Btiatbeth Rodgers, et al., Real and Persenal Pro
heirs and distributees of I perty for Division.
Cullen Rodgers, deCd. J
BY virtue eta Decree ot the County Cerrt of Shelby
Couaiy, m.le in the above cause, at the Jaaaary
Term, 1897, of sttd Court. I will offer at public sale, oa
TUESDAY, February 10th, 1S37, on the premises,
The Tract of Land.
belonging ta tbe estate ot Callen Rodgers, dee'd, about S
miles east of Raleigh, on the LaGrange read, containing
209 acres, more or less, and also the SLATES, seven in
number, bewnglng o tbe said state
Terms The Land will be sold subject to the widow's
dower, for one third cash, and the balance on a credit of
one aad two years ; the Slaves for one-half cash, and tbe
balance oa a credit ot one year, tba purchaser giving
band and food security, and lien being retained on the
Laad until flaal piymenL
jaalB-wtds JOHN P. TREZEYANT, Clerk.
Clerk's Sale o'f Land.
Wra. Rogers and wife, Mary
Rogers, Wyatt Bland, et
Petition ex-parte to sell Land
In County Court of She
-by Co., January Term,
BY virtue of a Decree In the above cans made by the
County Ceut-or Shelby County, January Term. 1S57,
I will offer at public sale, at tbe lats residence of Cull.n
Rogers, deceased, on the LaGrange and Raleigh road, on
TUESDAY, Fbruary lOtb, 1SG7,
A Tract of Land,
eontalnlne I'Ai acres, beJenglag to the heirs ot HSand
Bland, deceared, situated in Range 0, Section 1, north of
Wolf river, in me county 01 aneuy.
Tmvi Halt casn ana can on a credit or onevoxT.
the purchaser giving bond and security, and a lien being
retained on the land untll-flnal payment.
JanlO-wtds JOHN P. TKEZSTAtiT. Uicrk.
RAN A WAY.
FROM my plantation in Yalabusha county. Miss:
on Sunday, the23d day of November last, toy negro
boy ISAAC, about 21 years of age. Isaau Is of a
mulatto cu:or,"wlll weigh 150 or ISO pounds; quick
stokenand Intelligent 1 is a wagon maker by ride. I
will give a reasonable reward for his apprehension. -My
Post Office Is Oakland, MIjs. R. L. SHOOK.
A DESIRABLE FAMILY RESIDENCE, situ
ated north ot the Gas Works, and at present oc-
cuplad by 1. x Gibson. Apply either to tee
subscriber or to Mrs. w cutler, on tba premises,
Fos session given nrst 01 January.
dec2l-2w - C.Y. GIBSON.
ON tbe night of 25th December, a small
nui sorrel! MULE, four jetra old, marked with
the collar. In good order, had one shoe oa before,
! formation left at Cajcs's sUMe, or to myself, two miles
; Wth of Memphis, will le thankfully received, and all
trooWe liberally rewarded.
Jaa3-daw2w yr. DONALDSON.
Iiii.nl for Sale.
ONE HUNDRED ACRES, thlrtr.flre aT whUh
-Jaredeared. with log dwdlisg and other bstidiagj.
j ui m 1 oe uiii;pi asa xennessee itailnad,
eleven mites &Miih r.f u.m..tM. . .a-tn.
22? .?ep't' 'xw Part of the Southeast q Barter of
Seetion 22, Township I, and Range S Weat, Also, the
Soethw,t quarter efSectioa 21, Towashlpl, aadSaace
8 West, lying one-half mile from Horn Lake Desat. A
oarsatH caa D Bad In these tract of land. Information
as to terms Jtc, can be obtained by add resting moat
uJ,XHl. J. K. CONNELLY.
TR. fENNER attends exduslvoly to Surgical Diseases.
-.i0 ".,ltals in Ano, Stricture, Stone in
Bidder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tnmors, Pol) pea. Diseased
Booea and Joints, DelormKtes from Barns, Hair-Lin
Contracted Tendons from loss of Lips, Cbeek, Nose, Eye
lid, he, Ciesed Jaws from Sativattoa, aad aU other dis
ease aad deformities requiring Surgical aid
DR. FENNER also attend to all Diseases ot the Eye
and Ear. and. Is nrenared to TUiani p.ti.m. .
T3 OfSce on Main street, In Walker's Baihttog, rest
dencj on Court street. sepCO-dtwawlytn
DR. JOHA'SOX'S INFIRMARY,
roR diseases or the
EYE AND EAR,
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c.
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Tiro Doors East of Commercial Hotel.
"sCrW aCa'a a I Kae.eo
THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory oa
Second street, between Washington and Adam
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture ant Re
pair Carriage at the shortest notice. All week dene by
them wUl be zaaraaUed. and a shire of naalte
Jan3-ly L S. BURR 4. CO.
Thos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
I HAVE for sale the RMideace aad 1SS4 acres of land
s4toaciBe toTboauas Peter. Esa.. Ivtae as lbs Slate-
Lina Road aad the Memphis aad Caariestoa Railroad. 21
mue east ot Meatohis. at Bray's Station The nnm.
mmnm coasisis oi a awe itag, oailt ia Gothic Style, 9 larte
mwa ana a small oaes. wtta cieeels, store rooms, 4te
Kltcaea, 2 servaata' roesna. elsUrn. well. ttafciM
barn, carrisgr bouse, wagoa shed. He, ke la short, it
is one of tae oesi improved piaer ia Shelby ceaaty, aU
new and ia perfect order I win sell the imprevcrwal
and 93 S acre of land, or a'l together. If desire4, 1 will
seU tbe stock ot sheep, bogs, and cattle, corn, fodder, eat
ana porx, siaugaterea aast packed in the sraokeaease. A
bargain will be given. Apply to Thos. Peters, ok the
premises, or te G. B. LOCKE,
dec 21 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
T OFFER for sale, upon good terms, tbe form r nasi.
X deaee ot O. F. King, Esq., lying oa tbe north side a
tbe sew State-line read, a mile aad a half east of the
cr. Tae tract contains II aeres, and is teaereivd wttl
a small restdeaee of three rooms, well aad other Improve
meata. Also, a four acre wood lot, nearly opposite. This tract
Is within three qaaaters of a mile of a good cfaareh aaC
school, and is In one of the best and healthiest netxhtor
hoods ia the vicinity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE,
Bovll Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Corner Main and Jackson-sts.,
THIS weilkacwa ntel, having changed haad.
aad been thoroughly repaired, aadarovided wttk
new Furniture, 14 Bow open for the aeeoraraeda-
iiob or jseardera aad Travelers.
The public may rest assund that every exertion wit!
be aaaa oa the part ot the Proprietor to reader this
uoase leoosM 10 none tn west Tennessee. Having active
and attentive servants, and a table always forai.fied with
th best tbe country afibrds, he cootMently relies aaea
gtvingenttre satisfaction to all who may favor him with
their patronage. WM. K. BENNETT,
Q" Eaqairer copy.
uvr o cr Xa
NEW RUG STORE.
fWE take pleasare la lBfermiag the cttiseac of
Memphis aad the public generally that we have re
moved our stock ot Drugs to the corner ot Mala aad
Colon street, and win take pleasare in acceasaso
daitng all who may favor a with a can.
We are alto In receipt ot a full supply of fresh and gea
uiae Drugs, Chemicals, Paluts, Oils, Perfumery, te.
Particular attention paid u filling of Prescriptions it
all hours ot day aad Eight,
ee31-tf R. JOTNER it CO.
Faiin for Sale.
FIVE HUNDRED ACRES (or aay BBraber be-
if'i? aaerey county
yr'.win,, ivwucu uiifcs iidiu jicixtpais, oa tax
. 1 Plank Read, five ml ea East of Raleigh, and
about 1 Si fiom Ualon Depc:, beautifully situated, weC
improved aad In floocondltt' a for making excellent craps
Cotae and look at (ha place you wilt be pleased with
the Improvements as we I as with the Land. Good Dwel
ling, good Cistern, good Well, good rich creek-bottom
fields, good everything. Come quick, and yon shall havr
a good bargain. G. M. BAR I LETT,
2,610 ACRES OF LAND,
On Memphis and Ohio Railroad.
I HATE for sale la separate tract
2,610 acres ot vataaMa Land, situate or
V7 aadnearthedlTldingHBeof Shelbyand
Fayette, and Memphis and Ohio Rail
road. Six hundred and forty acres IH
miles Soatheast ot Wythe Depot, twen-
tj-flve mile from Memphis, considered a No. 1 tract
containing a large body ot rich, dry, bottom, 115 acr, ).
cultivation, good cabins and spring water. Another
tract ot 35) acres, scar tbo D.pof all boaatifa! wood
laad. And another tract of I.2S0 a res. at the crosctag
of the Railroad on Loosa natchte, xteBdiag South aad
Bast, misst ot which is rich tUabte land, and all coverec
with tbe finest timber for saw mills. Also aaetbei
tract of 310 acres about two miles above. I am anxtoer
to realize upon the above lauds, and purchasers are spe
ctally invited to see me at my residence lathe neighbet
hood ef Hickory Wythe, when they will be waited spec
to examine the lands, and the highest ladacoments of
fared. H. B. ?. WILLIAMS.
HkkerySpriags, Fayette centy,Tenn.
Piano Fortes for Sale.
I HAYK In stare, Jast received direct
from New York TWELVE PIANO
FORTES, tram 6 1-3 to? octave, of supe
rior finish and dlfiereat styles, some being
inlaid with Pearl. They will be sold at greatly reduced
prices. This presents a most favorable opportunity to
parcaase a superior Instrument at a bargain. Tares
made to suit purchasers. G. B. LOCKE,
dec-13 tf Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
ROSEWOOD PARLOR FURNI
TURE: A FEW mare setts, covered with French BrecaUHe
XA very superior will be sold "dirt" cheap. Call soon
WINSTON, CHURCHILL i. CO.
rnillMBLES! From No. 1 to No,
A. illlAUuaoi upeuaau vaefceu aop.
Till 11 ISLES! All Sliver;
TnlMHLRS I Steel Top;
THIMBLES! Gold Octagon;
THIMBLES! Gtld Embossed;
THIMBLES! Gold Engine Turned;
THIMBLES I Engraved Gold;
THIMIILES! Chaa'd and Plain.
An excellent assortraeat of the above can 'al war 3 be
found at our store, aad especially at this time.
dec23 J. K. MURIUM AM & CO.
A Great Variety
OF Goods such as are generally kept In our line ot the
most beaatltal styles, suitable for
all ef which we are seilibg very low.
deeS3 J. E. MEKRrHAN&SO.
E bave fer sale a few of these eariens instruments.
which, by the entirely need principle ot their opera
tion, completely pazxle alike the philosopher and th
ahthleklag; no one has ye t been able to account for tht
cause of the motion exhibited by these Jokers, which
seems te set the law of gravitation altogether at defiance
Yea have duabtt witnessed spiritual manifestations
aad pained your brains to account for the phenomena;
here is somethtag equity mysienoaa 7,
study as vainly to understand the canse as on the sub-
Jest ot Spiritualism. If you do not believe, come and
see for yourselves and yon win acxnewieuge mil is is u
most mysterious development ot mechanical laws ye
have ever seen or heard of.
dec23 J. - MERRIMAN k CO.
BR0CAT-I.LE, Satin DeLalnes, Damaaks. Lace Cnr
tala.1, Gilt Cornices, Bands, Tassels. WladowShades,
Sic, In every variety of pattern aad quality. Curtaiae
made and put up In the most approved manner, and af ta
Jn6-lW WINSTON, CHCROU1LL A CO.
TUST received, 300 bbls. Smith's superior Pittsburgh
O Ale. II. H. POTTER,
doclS Maln-st, 3d door Nona worsham House,
Choice Irish Potatoes.
octf? No. 5 Monroe street.
N Saturday evening, a nAIR BR AOELET. wilh GoW
Clasp, on which Is engraved " ZUL1ME. " The find
er will be liberally rewarded by leaving Jt at the Morning
isuueun ujflce. - jac-a
THE History and Recordset the Elephant Club; corn
nlled from Authentic Documents now in tho posset-
slonot the Toologlcal Society, by Me, Knight RussOck-slde-.M.
D-, and Me, Q. K. Philander Doestlcks, P. B
Thla being the veritablo and veracious history of the
f nines and mlsdolncs ef tne Eiepnam wuo. im ins
mlnntaand particular narrative ot what they did. To
which Is addrd a complex and elaborate description of
what they dld'nt. Containing, also, the exultant record
of lnelr memorable success in eventually obtaining each
and every one. A tignt of tne entire and vnatulltratta
Animal, from the primitive hair cn his attenuated pro-
l. . n , l... Il-V AT Til. 11 ,.i . T 4. It
ruwu w iu. ih, u.. v, w j
ThnHnmorsof Faleonbrldze: A Collection Of iitiraoriisumer sucuiu iiuunutj
ous and Every Day Swne By Johnathan F, KeHey.
Lake Ngaiul ; or. Explorations ana uiscoven'- uunns
vn--vear.'-urniSeTinnln the Wilds of Southwestern
Africa, with numerous Htustrations.Tepr'sentlng Sport
ing Adv.ntures, Subjects ot Natural History, imvictx ior
destroying; Wild Animal i; Jtc.
rt.-inTnsTfh.-in n .nis Times. Sketches of French
Society In the Eighteenth Centnry, from Unpublished,
nut. nnrte. TttrVene rrnth and naner
bound. For sale by -
lanlaw A; CLEAVES fc GUION.
Leans THIS DAT, Jaaaary 13th, at 9 A .
Eegular Nashville and MempHis
DANIEL E0ONE JtJtH LEE, Master.
U - THIS fieetand etegaat steamer wiH pry
rl repaiariy 10 uio aoeve traoe, eoaeei
regularly In tho abort trade, eoaeetf last
5 with the six New Orsraas Packets
wlth the Illinois Central BaJtread.
Far freWit or psasaee apply on board er t
Janl3-lt LAYALLETTB & MORRIS, Agent.
Regular aicmplifs and flTiItc Bircr
JE j3l O 3ES: 33 3? .
P. MAINGAULT, Master J. P. BOOKBR, tSerk.
J. THIS fast rouutag, f reigbt aad aaass
eA gr packet, wfll leave Memahi far Jack-
f seaport aad all intermediate hneaas.
every Taesday. at 4 e'sieck. p. at. For
freight er passage, apply oa bean! or to
W. W. HODGS, Agent.
dee33-3m No- 3 Baak Aveaae.
XGCO. 1 r r r r r 1S57,
MOSES MCLELLON & SUPERIOR.
James 3?. Smith, Hastor.
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Memphis with the New Orleans packet line, at Cairo
wila the Illinois On i rat Railroad, and at Lostttviae vita
the Louisville and Ctacttcati packet fine.
. These Bvat are fitted up aad furntibed ta eiegaat rtyle,
with every regard far the esmtxlt,aad ianriajnrr ef
psesr .-, are aaaeered.hr C3taeaSa ej.freieJfed mes,
wbe, by striot altentloes ta buifcejs, bapo to raerKlbe
csameneeaadnatroBageaf tbepaatat. "-f-
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ecSt BENEDICT 3c SON", Agents, LceiSTtae,
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. THIS new, cpleadid aad fast steasaar,
n haviag been piirchased tor the Packet
Trade ia peace of the Jasaea LaB;Bitn,veg(,
llnoe regalatty in the trade, seavaac
Memphis every MONDAY aad FRIDAY at 2 o'etock r.
St., punctually, connecting at Nepal fan with White1 seat
Arkansas river boa's, 'atift; freight andpsniagiis ta
Wh:: river at regular rates. Returning, teavee ya-
leon every TUESDAY and SATURDAT, antvtac at Meas
phla Sunday and Wednesday evening.
Thankful tor for after patronage, the a "Bess base to
merit a continuance 0r the , ame to their new heat, pre
mising strict atteatica tobusiae.
LAYALLETTK k MORRIS, Ajaatta.
Notice to SnipprR The Frtsbea wB lecetve
freight cntU on o'clock on Moadays, and dertog the Ba
ilee day Tharsdays, aad aatll oae o'clock Tilaayi
ItEMfHIS & NE ORLEANS
JN order to accommodate the put lie, the owners aad
raaater of the Packets heretofore in the trade between
the two cities have organised a Company to xaa a Tri
Waektj Laae of Packets bt twees Memphis aad New Or
leaas, under ibe name and style of tbo v
Jlemphis and New OrlcansTackcl Co.
-Tba Boats composing the Line ari aif of the flsatcaau,
lateraor to none in the West or South tar speed, eaesiart
and safety. They will leave each place every Monday,
iVfttntuSa'j and Traay, at 3 o'Uoes r. ax. -Particular
attention mil otpeid to tcay biaiatu.
NEBRASKA R- Alex. Irrshs, Master.
JOBN SIMONDS -Was. Wray, Master.
H. R. W. HILL. .The, at. w0,
BRN FRANKLIN -M. . Anders, Master.
BELFAST II. L. Chert. , "
Shtoeers aad Passengers way rely aa the Bestetsarnr of
the beat et this line.
A mUnuaac f the aatrasaage bathers axtenaeu to
the owaer of thi ltae is reepecUully MttcUea.
L-VVALIJCTTH sc. mokkis, Agasst.
rr- OtBce adJaoasBg W. B. Jjlrhsaond u. Oa., aataer
Court treet and Front Row. seel
I HATE jast nettved asaw af these ese-
gant FRENCH BOCRDOIK rt,
from the nlebrated Ftaae Faeaary af
" Erabo. " at Parts aad Loudon, aad of
fer them far sate. I keep those apseadid little ORGANS,
called Seraphtae, with frasa tea to thirteen ataae, and an
the latest tsaasew meat. These are known to be tha best
laetraaseaU for Chasches, Lodges aad School Koeasa. Alt
lofttrumeft- sow bTaaeaj -rarianttM lor nee yaars.
ry- Tan ing aod RepairlBa; ot Piano, Twins, Otgaae,
HelodeoBi. etc., etc., dene ia a WMkaaaatfze mnaair at
err I do Bat pretend ta give lessosvs aa aay tMBssaer aaat
variety of Ibstraments.-
HKNXT G. HOLLBNHERG,
jaa3-tf 141 Maha street.
I HA YE three BOCSSS and LOTS to rent for
tho pftauit year, sitaatni ha tha Nerthaastoia
part of tha city, on hat is known as Wis cast
tar Avenue, it being the property apon which I
new live. Far a more parucaar aV acriatain, aad asr
itaslag the contract af teat, call aa Major wntaat Jtat-
B at ll- Gas Ofisce. TCtrPKIfisL
ALL persons indebted to as either by a4 waaasasaL
wUcaaetarwardaad settle, a toager )BssjaWeJaaf
caaaet be giveu.
Purst sc SRnwirHK'S.
236 Ma la -at., Veasahaa, TBsaa.
Garrett's SnuflT. .
DOZEN Garrett's Sbbb in Oolites ;
100 dozen ' " " papers;
19 bbls " ' " btadders.
Fr aal by W ARD k JONES.
To Southern and Western Mer
Wolfe's Celebrated Schiedam
Depot, No. 92 Common Street, New Orleans,
JAMES W. BURKE, Agent.
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
THR whole ooaatry tl flooded with CoaaterMt ia
Imitation Schnapps. The public eases be earefat
ta parcbsae sBy tbe genuine article, manufactured and
imported by CDOLPHO WOLFS, which baa the same of
the manufacturer ou the bottle, cork aad label.
FursalebyaHtaereapectatHe I'mfgisis asu urecets.
Read tbe epiatons ot tbe New York Press.
J. W. BURKE, Aseat,
EC Common street. New Orleans.
From the New York Mercery.
Fraudulent Imitations of Superior Commodities.
Amour themsar dishonesties ot trade which ttw reseat
seme of the community is called upon to saspsess, we
oul rarticnlariy notice a most peraicioea aaat asfapiaai
practice adopted by unscrupulous dealers, of rra) ting
and couaterteittag the exterior apeearaace aad steeaa-
tienary labels ot popular drags, raedtcsuneste, and othew
articles of personal consumption, and thus, by seafdne
uiion the well aco aired reputation of aa eatrpristug tra
der, palmiBg off most destructive and worthHts com
pounds, to the sore detriment not only of the e. ratasaer.
but to the Character ( toe maa wso nas xoniiaa saoaa
anda cf ilelUrs in briagrag the geaaiae anade into es
teem and demand. These petty larceny thieves an tha
pest of all honorable dealers and traders aad the trade
is as much highway robbery as the vioMat aaproprUiJoa
if their neighbor- purse; in ia, iney are n taenia use
burglar and highway nun in dignity for these, latter
felons exhibit a bravery or recklessnes of character ia
nowise distlagnishiag the mercantile aseasshas wha stab
in tbe dark. And ought they net to be rewarded with a
punishment commensurate with the cowardice of their
crime? We were led ta tsee remaras oy accKMSlaliy oo-
tervlng a spurious counterfeit af Udolpho wssra's scaie
dam Schnapps. The labels were lnutatad perfectly, with
the slight addition of a few letters to plead tecauikeai
avoidance of tbe law against counterfeiting; the bottles
were very tlaiilar, and everything prepared lo tatpose.
upon a careless purchaser. Now U net. the man wha
perpetrated this fraad a feten,a robber? Assarodty ho
is; for. as Mr. Wolfe has expended large sum tooting
ht. rensiaa lraootted Schnapps into popular demand, tba V
demand may be Justly cons Wet ed a part et hi capital a
trade aad a fellow straung a pari or at repaiaiiea is as
mace, a thief as if be had itoten a barret ef bis Schnapps
la bulk. Aad to this a tme he adds a farther one ot de
fraadlBZ the community by giving them a ruinous article
for tbe money they Intended to expend for a commodity
m which, they had confidence. And, further, every man
who part-dpate indirectly In the fraud, by setting spa
rloas artld'S. Is as much ot an offender as the pruwrcal
wha Dlaaaedcngnm""" ' -The remedy of Mr. Wait..
iheMTw faTlfrnojdins aU con.. ,.i ,, .urp-tr
of the community thus swindled by their operations, aad
unconsciously imposed upon oy uejrnKUMiaraijMi
Hons We trust that Mr. Wolfe will obtain names, not
only of tbe concoctars of these counterfeits, bat ef every
maaofftrtng them for tile, and then.pubtt?htbm to tho a
lt t,-m own mutation and the health of the com- .
munity demand that all parties should be- BaHed to the
. in-... , nnKtle eTecratlsn.
)UWtJ - - -
From the New York Dlspatcn. ,
.tM-ortinsftaan starts out a new bastnesa.
to the esUbUihrnent ot which he gives his Itidusiryiisl
ents and pecuniary mesas, can anything bo. morsjftoc
temotiMe than to have another steal in, aad, ttnder! spe
cious pwtixts, held out to the public am; inferior Jtlcle,
and endeavor to obtain their patronage? Prajprti.t
difference Is there, so tar as tie honesty ef IhqslJiiBfS is
concerned, between purloining the business brfwasth a
citizen hopes to mate m ui" kb,-u.. au
itself? A common thief, if he takes wHhoutJeave, how
ever hungry, a toat of bread from i baker" shop, U ap
Drehended and condemned to the penitentiary for daring
in a surreptitious maantr to appeae hU appetite ; but
onUa TespecUble looking coat on his back aad a few dol
lars In his pocket, and ho csy, with impnaity, aay, even
with theappliusa of his fellows, by knavsry, forgery or
other Infamousrmeans, take the business of aa ba&est
man from.him, and go unscathed et justice. All this I
wrong- Soee y-ars since a gentleman of thi etty
(Udelpho Wolfe) Introdtjced to the eltizass ot the United
States a medicated artldo of gin, which was highly ap
proved byproTeSilonal gentlemen as a superior tonic and
deobstruent, and the knowledge of which he, by adver
tlserserit and otherwise, disseminated throughout tha
country. So soon as tricksters, who pass in the business
community as honest men, saw that Mr. Wolfe was Hke:y
to have! handsome returns tor the money which he had
expended, they set about forging his labels and palming off
up n the people detestable and poisonous compound
which they have the hardihood to caH cblr3am
Schnapps." In tome instances tney nave geaa-so lar as
to. out Wtlfc'frlliSS'td their villainous liquids. As thla
horde are growing bold In their rascallUea, it Is time tba
public In town ana country were pus upon tneir gnarn.
r . . . .v ... .. .
tne attlcir, or else their health may be irreparably Injui
cause they can buy it cheap, wQl offer aa the gesnlne;
tlcM. Pure Hrfiieoain sennapps ran only Leoniaij
the Uteres ot respectable dreggists knd merri
lowi and country, and at the establlshmect of
Woljs-, Nos. 18, 20 and 22 Beaver sUeet. Uuthls
. wne,e it u gotten up exclusively, we.uun..
owsa'it to hlmscif and the commuoltyto.
i nemf. tha rascal who arc thuirattiEiDtlag
bcth;lilm and these who woaM bo Ms customei
rstonianot permit bis raoceitj-.to aoldbua baea:
if aal i ,;