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THE DMUt APPEAL.
JANUARY 16, 1S57,
KKrirh'e-next lecture before the Young
Vesta GhritUanJUocaUn win b dellverea next mm
daylight' th2th last-, at Odd FBew' Hall by Prof .0.
Bi-GCTHRir, Can at th book ttare ana get toot ucxei
ff-Sf tXXca SniKTIrviHannejniat the thea-
trt lo-night. in tbe character ef Pauline, la the "Lady
c Lyons', Mr. CKAxrRAtJ personating Claade Me!
v(P"Tho nwriJerer of Count Wache, was
arresiea yeeteraay By uca. uiu, m.,. -leen,
where the raurier wai committed. Heisnewlu
CaJiboee. An examinitien ld be hid taraediiUty.
K" EWer Jacob Ckeath. e Missouri, will
lecture In the Christian Oharch, ea Sunday morning, at
11 e'ceeek, aa tb revltlea ef the Script em. The public
are zavtted to attead.
(K5 Mr. Wm. Fkte, an eaineat Young ar
tilt treat HtwtsviTle, All-, nil rrmeved te thlt city aad
tani stadia la the third story Ola EX A Oe.'s Jewtl-
fcg" We pablieh the list of advertised letters
tbla tawotag. Ike Appeal haTtcg the largest circula
tion ef any piper In the city, hat ben awarded the pott
ease pricuaj far tie present year.
(g?" We were pleased yesterday to have tho
pleasure of wessotatBg to the Ttctatty ef Ma "heme Col.
TsjkXX "White, wbe wai reported at leit hi tba swamps
of tbe Blsslitlppi use three weeks ilnee. Tbe Colonel
appear to njey ezcelleat health at present. AM hit
friends are mach delighted to aee bim.
(gp" "We had the pleasure of a visit yegter-
aay iniBjir. liusuuo: tne unaiiaaooga AatcrtUcr,
who baa Men en a general Southern tear. Mr. CbjLX-
fiiu. publishes one of tbe ablest and meat apirited papera
ta Teaaesse. Be wilt remain at tbe Oaamtrcial Hatel
fr several day.
We referred on Wedsesday morning to
the MBtal treattieBt aad asbc-seat deatb ef a dect paa-
tenrer on beard tbe titamer Eiinbarg, as her last Idp
op. Be ii btHertdto be Jonx K. J"ETtKS. an isiaae
Baa wbs bad wandered f ram fcla rrieaes la IicliriHe, a
abort time atsee. Tbe date of tbe beat irbo beat bim ao
caaorcetaaly, (boeid be arretted for nrarder.
CowBiBixe. At an early hor yesterday
aiteraooB, eeaHrabt ezciteaeBt waa created la tbe
aeUhborbccd of Odd FeOowt' Han, by a rewbldiag
mape- A. larse Bmaber at penost oHoted, and Tartest
were the epintona erpreeted aa to the aerMa of tbe case.
Bst Htlte laiary waa doaw, awtntsfa K asassMd at one
ttae a roach and taabte fishc Tfee dtSKtKy la altrttB
Hurt's OrxRA Compaht. We Hnirstaid
thit Hxr3 OeeratteTraitpe wffl tire a aerie el Con
certa at Oii FeOewa' BaUcomme&ciai: Best week. Tba
Goatpaay H comprised of Pret. E. D. Buxt, aad bia fire
daaghtera, (ehOdfCB,) Misart Emma, tot a, Asbix,
Ketta aadBrLMlTlA. TMa CosaiaBy la highly apoben
el by tbe preaa SB dtCTerest cities, aad a 3kh treat may be
aipeeled hyaav ettbeai. The Company It new at Bkb
5?" C- H..J. Cannox, of Fayette coun
ty, adreitlae far tale bia rateable plantation, which la
aaM to be ose of tbe aaatt complete, ojCTfalest and weK
hapoared pfaBtatteru la the SUte. Tbe Coioael ia well
baowaai oat of the Boat carefal, lntellljent and sbilfnl
faraan tohefotod aaty where, and Ibe fortsaate lndl
TtdaUwhopaiohiiathia piaeewllt therefor Sad erery
tbtac 1b the moat orderly eoaditioB, or, aa we toaKtimt
btar,fcs"applo pie order.' fTe adrke tbea who de
tare s magBtekMaAftaatatioa aad bars tba "wherewithal"
lo so aad tee tka Catesei. For 1 srtber deaeriptioa tee
Forseet Swixdliwg. A young man nam
ed Samuel Bxjscb, wefl baowa la 'ear city, ia charged
wHbthecriaei of forgery aad iwindUas. Until a abort
ttmt tisee he waa a coBdeetor on tfae Uezaabl and
Ohaateatea BaSraad, aad bad aatU tbe put few day tbe
tsMre oaaadaae of a tarse ctocle of frieaida and atqaaic
taaeea. It secaf that ho haa deTiated from tbe path of
iatecrttr, aad baa Sod the city. Several ptrfoaa bar
bun aanwd aa Ma Ticttm, bat aa we ds not ceaaider that
K wHl fariher the eada of Jaitka by hriaa; tboir saaea
before th pahtic, we are ceoteat f of the preteet to tay
that tbe tarn of aaoaey which he it (harjed with obtals
inf larrepttotMly la rtaias $1.6tA.
Mc Combs' Ikon Tie. Ve have been shown
a aHrtr medal awarded to Ht. David McCoaios, of tbla
ety, by tbe Pe&asytvania State Agricultural Society, for
bit Iros Tie for Bay, Hemp or Cotton, at thfcir Exhibition,
laetFalL Oae ttdoaf tbe medal hara tbe arma et tbe
State e Fecnaytvaala, tbe name and date of the fermaltoa
ef the Society, white tbe other Me bear the renewing :
" Awarded te David XoCgmbj, for Iroa Tie, for bail
tag Hay, Bemp, or Cotton, at the exhibition of lSsS."
At Br. McColm Bt plaac of bastaeaa, :.To. 219 Bain
striotiap stairs, caa be seea a ha'e ef, CotUs, with these
ties. Tbe bsek ia greatty redaced. Thta tie ii attracting
eaeaMerabSe atteataos, aad next aeaten win have a g fec
Miss Maggie Mitchell. This 3oung lady,
acsercpanied by her mother, arrived ia ear city ysattrday
moratag, and wiH appear ea tbe board 1 c! tbe Berapbia
Theatre, next Baaday Bight, it being her Srat appaar
aico aa ear ety. Sbelaacbarralsgactreia, and in her
Use ef eharaeters has ao ssperier. She baa played en
gagemeata to aearty erery city in tbe Union, with tbt
groateat saecess, and she needs no commendation from
as,toindaeeoarcitiEtnste visit Ibe theatre daring has
eagageraeat, for her faen hat proceeded her. Sba la an
eatimaMe lady, la tbe private walka of life, aad baa made
boat a et frieadi wherever the bat gene. We doabtnota
large Mat wfH bo added ha this city, and that when Blaa
BiTCHELLleareasi, aba wsU oarry with her many re
membrances of kinds if aad friesdahip from ear cttl
ree. " I-JH-JMA3tmr. TXfrier this caption, we
pahMtbed as arttdep eaterday, Teiattag to tbe f reeling to
death of a mac earned Fx.Txe, tbe icforaalien cencern
lag which w doriv-d f resa tare of tbe crew of the
iteimer Ediler, aad 10 atatod. We have received the
aniieied enrdta reply to aaid article. Wc aught with
Jnillce refaaeto paMish tela commaakatlrs, as M, la a
measBre,r9ecUapea aa, and that, too, witbeat casse;
bet kaewing th parity ef oar motives not knowing any
etSereBC betweea tbe deck hands of a sUambeat and ber
oncers, when a case ef tbia aatar presenta itaalf, we
forage a flrat reserve aad give it iaaerttea, remarking that
It weatd have canted the same weight with the pebtic,
had It not bera iaterlarded with ae many iavectiv. We
have Be aaterest m the case other tLaa that Jotltce tboaM
be doae all eeaeeraed. With these remarks we refer U
tbe eemaaaieaika, sUUbc that tbe public bave new beth
sides of tbe OiaesttoB :
Bejcfhis, Jaaaary 16, 1S57.
BBITBM Atteal: We, the BBderahrBed carers of
tb steamboat Xdif srhavieg aeUcud ha year local eoiama
ef yesterday's tteae an article deiag earselret tbe gross
laoaitite, f a charge ef ilflnirr and faUtheei, we beg
leave to correct, through year Journal Br. John Flysg
waa hired aa deck baad oa ear last trip here. At tbe
landtag ef Indian Bay oa White river, a prominent bip
piag pees of this river, the said Ftylag refuted to work,
catbeplcaef Itbetegfso cold. The d tor waa patting
eff at his potat a oossigameat of groceries for G. W
BoMwia- Oar Seeead Bate, John Bitter, paid Flying OS
aad ocdered him USUI, as is e as ternary by every tteamer
a oar Westers watett. Flysg wat dtfaktag on tbe
beataadt waa optimal with bim whether tefledabelter
er lay oatoa a Got tan hale aad freeze to death. Bis fa e
aad regret a raaeh aant cm. Yet we dtjffiU lew, grov
stag heart, aad foal toagaes to say we sfaeald be accaaed
of his raarder. Br. Flyag left tbe boat at 9 o'clock, so
ber .aad wed. The hospitable firesides ef Indian Bay
Landtag were sat refaaed bin, and if be, wllle there,
be!id aeek a grocery aad expoaa himself, and drink aa
he might ad ceaM do aaytrhero, aad die, it ia sot our
fioit'. Bia eemisg from Cot county, aad bia being an
iritimcsdidBotBukebim aaythe ieea worthy of oar
care aad ktad treatment. Mtumanity belenct as little
to ear aotivea as oar.aotater. The etrcaautances ef th'i
aapleaaaat aselr we have given acevretdg, aad at feat'
leaiiy at heewraht boatmen ceald do. Aaklag of aa ap
prrciaHve pathtsc a ceas'deratUa of oar duet, forced upon
asy tba aiMsts of faUthoed at lew at it Is unjust and
lafaamaae, we are, very respectfully,
MORRIS BRADT, Ccplein.
J. R. BASGS.rirififale.
JOHK MILLER, Second Hate.
SAB. TATLOR, Pilot .
Te tlt'Prtridentcn&DiricSort of thi MmpU Cotton
CrxriiEMEX: I tbi day teaesr to yon mv resignation
as SaperiBtendeat ef the Memphis Cetten BrHa,.to take
effect aa Beaday, 19th lost,
sipeetfaily, years, IRA STABBR0TJGH.
OpriCE MEilFHIS COTTOX BILLS, )
Bera!, Jaaaary let, 1967. J
OrncE Memphis Cottojc Mills, )
Memphis, Teaa., Jan. 13, 1SS7. 5
Ma. Ijla STAMDKOCSBt Tear letter of resignation
has bees received aad acted oa, and I am requested to
state that the tame hat been accepted. Wishing you
great tsecets In any haimeit yea may engage la hereaf
ter, I romalB yecra, traly.
It. C. BRIKKLcT, Pretidcnt.
City Conacll Executive Meetlnc-
Thrc wiH be an Executive Meeting f the Board of Al
demea te-raerrow (Friday) evening at half-patt tlx
o'clock. v THOMAS B. CAIUIOLL, Zlayor.
BEMrnis, January 15ih, 1867.
A LOT OF GR0UKD on Hernando street, Jnat
Xorth of Beal ttreet. Tb lot bat a dwelling
Lbouaeupon It, suitable roratmill family. For
further partlcnltra, Uqatre f JOUA BSOWA,
dec! O-l m EirrbT.
Laths and Shingles.
n OGERT h. WITT are alill making Lathi, and area
fl ways prepared to supply the poUlc with the bestar-
ttde auredncea price. They are al-o making scingies;
aadiwsH keep a supply constantly en baud. 'Bill on Wolf
XtTer,-b0T the Bayoa. ;uly 18, wiy
lott of llmpp.
Arrival and Departure.
Faabion, Xew Orleans to Cairo.
Saracen, Xew Orleant to Cairo.
Kate Frltbee, Napoleon to Memphis.
Cera Aaderson, Xew Orleans to St. Louis.
53- There Is so little transpiring at the river, now, tbtt
It is Impossible to get op a respectable "Elver Newa"
column. The river was still falling, yet ttrday. AtPreal
dent's Island, there are only seven feet of water, and tho
Dill, Is tied up below. We have bad no arrivals from.
above, hence, we conclude the lea must run heavy between
Cairo and Hickman.
S3-The Eel fait arrived early yeslerdayaornlng from
Xew Orleans. She will return this afternoon. Captain
Church is ber commaader, and Ed. Booker Is first clerk.
Q"?he A Ztonfabad not arrived at seven o'clock last
evening. She Is cndeabtedly detained by the Ice.
3 The Kelt Frittet will depart this afternoon at two
o'clock for Xapoleon. Shall commanded by Cspt. Trill
X3 Owing to a breakage of raaealaery, tbe steamer
Editor AVi. not get off laat evening. She will depart to
day at twelve o'clock, for Wbl rlvr. Captala Brady Is
her commander. For farther partlcalars, arply en beard.
53"" We copy the following from the St. Louis S.tb-
Been, of Monday last :
Steamer Obleaxs. Tbe steamer Meant suck at
Barnem's laland. twenty -eight ml lea from Cairo oa the
3latnlt. She was on her way to Xew Orleans, with a
cargo of prodcee from this port. She strick a log la th
charnel and broke a nam&er or umbers, xne cargo waa
taken xahore br the ateamer OmaJta. The vruani waa
raised by ber pumpa, and taken to Padncah, where abe
new lie, waitingto co oa the way forrepair. xne cam
are cn the cargo will Dot amount te more than ten per
cent. Such Is the opinion of uapi. use. commanaer 01
the boat. She waa about half lnenred sio,uuu m on.'
ces in St. Louis and Pittsburgh.
fittest Im Sdajraplf
TO ASSOCIATED TRESS OF MEMPHIS.
xvr Toil. Jaaaary IS. Captain Hartatetn and his
associates declined tbe oSer ef England to aead them
home. The Rttrilutio will return.
Tbe tteamer n'athington it sow due.
MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OFFICX, I
Fbibat, January It, IU7. )
Cottox Tb; market continue dull, owing to tbe la-
dliiasKtoa of beyert to enter the market at present
prices, and sellers not pressing sales with the light stock
oa baad. Salea reached ealy cas balea, at fan figures.
We ceotlaae quotatioBS without change.
Sales II bales at M; 1 at 10 Hi 1 at 10K; U at II; E3
at II Ki 38 at 11 H; 81 at UK; 18 at 11 K; 166 af!2; 11 at
12X;llat lJh;Satl2K; SS at 1JXJ 8 at 12.H;S3at
Hi 71 at 13; IS at UK.
MEMPHIS COTTOX QUOTATI0XS.
Inferior 8KC5 9
Ordinary H 9K
Strict BM!llng.!I f ail
Good Middling. Ilk'liS'
Fair (acarce)...13 S13K
SEW ORLEATfS MARKET.
DELTA OFFICE, Triday Xisht, Jaa. J.
TVo bare had cenaideraMe animaticn in ear leneral
market tbla week; and, owing chiefly to tbe telegraphic
announcement of tbeclailscof tbtcppar rtrera by ice,
pricaa for meat artteiea of ITeatern prod act Ion, including
Fork, Bacon, Com, Ac., hare materially advanced. Cot
ton waa Tery aetlTC early in tbe week, and prlcea bare
again Improved Tobacco baa been in active reqaeat, and
at very full rate. Sugar and Jlolaaaea have beenqatet,
and prlcea barly tuataloed.
noTTOS Tbe market . which dear d on Friday laat with
tnacb activity in Cotton, opened tait week with lncreaaed
anlmatiea. the tale ef tbe nrrt three day amosattng to
66,600 bales, via : 80,000 00 Saturday, 10,000 on Monday,
and aeariv 17.000 en Toetaay, prlcea advancing aDout xc
On Wednesday tbe baaineaa fell off to U00 balea, tbongh
at fall ratea ; aad yesterday, being a nirllal bolla, and
later Earep'an advicea hourly expected, only aomeSOO
bales charged haada. To-day, tbe weather being unfa
vorable, and the Liverpool advices by tbe Xorth America
contradictory, tbe salea ars barely 2500 balea, making a
total for tee weekoreo.iwu caies, uten zorireai urimn,
France, tbt Coatineat, the Xorth, fxc. Prices close ra
ther aaaettied. thoagh holders appear quite firm, lu an-
tiMpatienef favorable newa by the Jtfa, now atoatdue.
Reeriptsof tbe week, is 877 bales; exports tame time,
35,9H balea. Total receipts since Irt September, SU,0e0
bales, agamat 963,000 to aame date last year.
Lew Middling-. -11 HU
STATEMEKT OF COTTON.
Stock on baad 1st September, 1S57 balea
Received siace sie,3
Received to-day 0,035 9M.C00
. 6 053
Exported to-day ,
Stock en band not cleared.
MEMPHIS TJOMESTIC MARKETS.
Baogiso axo Jtorr... .Kentucky Bagging, l'-20
for Hand Looj, and 21622 for Power Loom: .'op.
Band Span, Ilajiz, Bacatae spun, izizmc
r LOCK..... 7 dm., s: SEpersno xira a
WUEAT...aaie5 a( ma &k to si pvr oauiif uw
Oats. ...Stock licet, with umiiea aemana; insacxs.
delivered. 4S50c, and retail 60c.
levee sold at 45&i7c ? buahel, sacks f omlahed by buyer,
and 55c, tacks tarnished by seller.
Corn. ...Ear ikrnKjtuc; rosaces cus.ui.
Powder.. ..Kentucky Rifle ten keg lots and upwards.
tt 25; underten, not less than five kegs,$S 60; undar
five kegs. $6 75; Mining Powder, ten keg lots and up
wards, $! 75; fire keg lots and upwards, 15; uncer five
kegs $5 25.
Stock Market.. ..There Is a good demand for all de
scriptions of Stock, and bnyers are paying from i to 6c
for coed beeves; 6&Ct cents for Bogs, ana sioorcssuu
fl head for sheep, according to quality and tlx.
SEEDS.... we quote ciovrr i $u&$i.t f onrnu, dui
crass 250: timothy S10&5; herdsgraii 12Q260;mut-
beet, S3 60; orchard $2 50. tcarca; millet aeed $2$! 25.
EcOAEt....rair lUNigu; mms iinisn.n, uaoicc
1212H; Clarified and Granulated l!HM.Hc.
CorrEE....OWBio iih 10 uxc. ; new jtw, 1 10
tvias Betall cricee : Imcerlal 11 C 41 SOT ft; Gun
powder SIS $1 60; Touxg Hyson SOeS $1 25, Black 60
Rams loailc . sagar-enred. 12KH; S20bbl. Bess
Beef. lta 1M: Dried Beef littl&c. ia lets; by re-
tail 15S16C. Balkrork 7X(jsc; Mess 2 rt -lush.
STAR CA5DLXS....Btecx nisi, wcoie poxes -1
:S; halves and quarters 2S23.
SABXtlKES....wnoies, none; starves, z on p ooica,
Quarters, $3$3 60.
WBAWKO fAPEB... Large tut, si iort rtam, me
dium, 90c; crown 60c
LAKO.. ..we quote snsuimu, ano aega av 1 ac.
16c Stock light.
BOLAttES....01dBeboiled, CJ to 75 crnia, new70ie
Salt In lot from landing. 1120 to SI 30 for
Coarse, and SI SO to $t oa, from store, 91 1091
Coarse, and $1 75 Fine.
LUMBEK....roixar, siiouigrz do, uypresa. aioiio.
Tetlow Pine. s!75l8; Fine Flooring, 130 ; Whit Pine,
dreased. 30: Shlntlea. B160&3 60.
CRACKERS. ...water, f DDI, oxo; muir, tsa hi
Sugar, 9M t S; Soda, lie; Boston, lie.
Tobacco. ...Wequote Blsseuri, Kentucky and Tenne-
see.roands and half poaads at 15; virginis, o-a
and B's, good Brandt, sc-suvc; irginia, extra oriiiui,
pounds, 406c; and choice and fancy, 60 gl 00.
Whisky Dean's cc.i at. .uouie sraiNs hu
TlXEOAB....Apple(pure)t008 60Ti bM., Mac
factared (pare) S6$( 60.
COBS MEAL.. ..DUHar&utsiocvi Dnanei.
Rice. ...By tbe tierce GS(a7c; scarce.
S0Art....Bemphla,6ttCc; Eastern 79ct ft.
STABCH....Ohio Pearl. i9B.
Mackebal.... Stock light, and advancing, Xo. 1 In
bUa. ai6 60. Xo. 3 in bbl $12 6013 ; Xo. I (large) 111
G0S12 in bbia; xo. 3 (email) $9 uumhu 00.
BLACEiso....siason-si,jxKtJoy e gress.
Wooden Wabe.. ..Painted Palls, 12 60012 S5Q-doz.
Fain ted Tabt.St lIMt' t nctt.
Steel.. ..spring, 13 e; uerman, ish; sngiisn Bus
ter, 20e; American Blister, 10c; Cast Steel 25c.
COED age.. ..Mantua, i7(Sioc y, a, uonon, 05uc.
Stose Wark.. ..Selling at S15c gallon.
Shot asd Lead. ...Fat shot f2 10; Buck, 12 60: Bar
LadEBSc:Flg.77M. supply scarce.
FEATHERS. ...small supply, ana in gooa aemana at
Exchange and Bank tfote Lint.
COR. FROJCT nOW AJCD MADISOS-ST.
BUYISO BATES (ELLIKO BATES.
1?-wVM.lr Untmi I VlV Tlfflt ...1 TTT
Xew Orleans Kprem I Xew Orleant lHprem
Louisville k. Cla. Mprem I Louisville ft Cln. 1 prem
St. Louis Mprem St. Louis 1 prem
KewOrleans...... Hprem 1 Xew Orleans.... ..IBprem
Xorth Carolina.... 3 dls. AU large Upper
MUi. Met. Int. Co.. par. I Ctcatry Bprem
AmerlcanGoid IX prem I Gold S prem
silver IK prem Silver 3 prea
Highest market Tate paid for Land Warranti.
Mltlaslppl Land Scrip for tale.
ALL pertoat Indebted to ua either by note or account
will come forward and settle, at longer Indulgence
cannot be given. POPE X BROTHERS,
janl-lm 335 Baln.tt., Mempbit.Tenn
-a "AT ba bad for a few gentlemen, alto a good room for
XVX a family, by applying early to
MRS. TAB. HAM,
Jan9'lm Corner Sxo' aage and Third tract
31EMPMS ISSDRASCE COMPANY,
T. W. Wilkinson, Pres.; Ben May, Sec.
orrics ox JErrxRJON street.
H. 0. Walker, Sam. Boiby,
' Q. 0. Atkiksoit, T. w. WlLKlKtOSr,
W. B. Greenlaw, T. n. Allen,
J. Jf. RAWLINQJ.
Extension Din in r Tables.
a STAHOGAXT. Oak and Walnut Extentlon Tab'et,
1YJ- from tea to fourteen feet long, Just received and for
tale low cy
norlS MeKIXXET It 09.
l XD for 1 low to the trade
A 2D bbdt. Brown Sugar; v
1W ! Win. ,
15 bales Dundee Blgglug ;
103 balf.eolU Bpe:
DOcanEMT k Arrwtrx
nott 33 1 iR Bow,
LIST OF LETTERS,
r vtf a ivivn in the Peat OMce at Mempbla. Term., ea
K. the 15thcf January. IS57. Persons calling for tbtm
sbald y that they are advertued.
n.i)...J In Jrrt4lft tn the Besifhis AprEAL.
mjrrttnhln ta lht fiUouina ttction of the JVcw Pcsf Of
fice Low, vie; fXe newtpaper hatlna tht largttt circu
lation or any aauy nctripopcr yBBini u.j.
Sectioh 6. And be it further enacted, That Llata of
Letter rtmslning uncalled for in any Post Office, In any
city, town, or village, where a newapaper snau oe pnuu,
hall hereafter be nnb'Sihed once only ic the newspaper.
which being issued weekly or oftener, shall have the larg
est circulation within the rang Of aeuvery or aiu
tn be decided by the Postmaster of said office. A'cta P
vffiee Laa,pawa juarcn o.
Anderson Bra 3 C
Arcbord Mrs 3
Bnrraw Mrs ZomlU
Barnes S B
Brawn Miss O
Brawn Brt B T
Burten Mrs D S
Brawn Bis Bphram
Brawn S H
Bledsoe Bias Caroline
Butler Bit A
Basford Mrs Ellen
Butler Brs Ann
Cook Br B A
Cron Brs H
t Orutt Bit Bary
Coonta Blat Loulta
Carty Blaa J -Collin
Dunn Br B
Dunlgan Blat M
Dow Miss Delia
Crump Bias America
Cotton Blss M X
CoSa Bits Fannie
Collier P A
Diction A J
Davis Brs Mary
Dunn B L
Dow Mrs C
Edmendion Mrs S F
Xck Llxxla "
Farrls Bits B J
Edmondson Bits Bary A
English Brs H
Frattr Blss Bary 0
Fresrlckt Biss O
Fuller Mrs Mil
Gun Bits Ann
Glenn Blss S A
G.btoa Bias AC J PW
. Gordon BUt Cetus
Hughs Mia Mane E
Hampton Mrs H
Bart Brs Bary
Hudson H S
II mining H
Jackton Brt E
Jocet Miss Addle
- Jones S A
Johnson Miss Xellle
Kennedy Blss Ann
Keeling Brs Ann
' Kentrle Bargtret
Jones E S
Jones S F
Johnson W B
King Bin Battle
Kinder Bis J II
taneBra S 0
Latham Brt JO
Madden Mary B
Martin Mrs Ann
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XeUle Mrs Kate W
Obrlne Mrs Wm
Payne E It
Powell M 0
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IlHey Mia X A
Rivet M O
Smith Mrs A
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Sowera Brt S P O
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Rodgers B A
Bucker Blaa Almlra
Stetsel Blss B
pear Brs B B
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Stewart Brs Martha
Thompson Blss Jotey
Turner Miss M
Talbert Miss A S
Zack Blss Ellen
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Telia Mra Bary Ann
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Weatherly O J
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Wlnferd Miss B
Walsh Brs Kate
Ward Biss Jane
Wilson Mrs B A
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Wright Bra B
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McLean Brs K
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Alistaeh J S Allen J II Allen E J
Ashley P Archarl Bike Anderson H T
Anderson & Ballard Arber E Allison W P
Alderage C A
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Baldwin HenryS Baldwin M H
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Bawon T W
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Bool he Josa
Brown J L
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Bcnnette Wm M
Blgble Wm X
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Boacn A 6
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Boyd A B
Brown H W
Buchanan C R
Brush Wm 3
Chtlfant F M
Craighead Thes D
Calhoun W B
Caldwell W H
Canfleld ic Co
Cawp G T J
Carroll M C
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Crant W C
Campbell A D
Cook J A
Cobb J H
Collier Wm S
Oonant W H
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Carter W II
Carnes J B
Christopher Hanry Clmin Louis
Child C B
Cock J M
Cook J T
Oroffatd T J
Cunningham A P
Cunningham Wm Cumxnlnt W W
Davis Chas 3 Davis Wm Davis R M
Daniel W H Davidson E G Davidson E P
Davidson Ben Davidson Julian DaableU ET
Dehart CM DrsellSam Demphywolf
Derol WD 3 Daan J K Dixon Robt S
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DillardTB 1 Diver it Burnee Dilikell O
Dill J F Dye T J Divine Dan
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Dodron B DonhertrJuo DoubertyP
Donly Fit Dodge M H . Dunn 1
Duun w D Dougberlty Jat Duncan 3
Duties J 2
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Fhay Jno Famur W P Tolls C II
Farre.l J S Frayaer R D Farlle Jno
Fleece Wm P 1 Freeman EW FeewJ
Fread C W Ferguson G W Fentom VT II
Fleetcher F B 3 FMeher J Fletcher W
Fink J Flint C W 2 Fiinn J M
Fisher T A Faklnsjas Fioyd Wm
F.rbaE ForbsJ . 3 Fore J E
Fowlks S Dr Foster Jos Folwell W T
Frost Robt Fooy Jno II Foley Jno
Gray F L 3 Gray G C Cramps Jno
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Grace RD Grace X- Grim It W
Grant Jas Garlt Jno Greenbaum
Greenwood J H GrranwoodSX Gideon J
Gilman S Griit D J Gorden L
Gibson J GITltland R K Georges Wm
Georges W F Georges J R Goarban T
Giossnoycr X Geuss J n 3 Gury Wm A3
Bsley F Bsgan Wm Hanklna E
Hamilton S P Hamblin W B 3 Hanly J
Uaidln Thos 3 Barring C A Haaklnt WT
Bayer F nayel J B Heyden O
Hertly Wm Haaler D B Harder H
HanueaaX HartwellBA2 Harry J P
narria J L Harrla J Harrla Wm
Harris A II Iltrrli J B Ueln Br
HulenWJ HelmG B HlllmanS
HutcnJ HltserJG BendrickL
HendersoaWm BewettWO 3 irearyWB
HenlyRL nicks P Hicks W A
Hicks J F Hitting SB Hlgglngs J
HlggiasT HigbtowerWM Hinds AD
Hooper AG nollowellC BigneSB
IlolUnd R HoUenback E Hodge Be
Hooklnta J Hoffman S T Hooper X
Home Geo 3 Home T T Rowland W B
House J B Hopkins R P Hord Tbot
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Hudgyne F Bntchlsen G H Hutchison Wm
Hewey Hndglns G W Ruber L
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Jabnson Jaa T
Kenedy M D
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Litton K A
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Means Wm S
Melson W A
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Miner M H
Morgan B a
Jones J 0
Jacobs J 3
Joyner.Wm Jt A H
Jonet J H
Johnson O D
Jones J R
Knight Wm S
Land Paul 3
Lan J S
Baddoek W n
Martin J W
Baron J T
Beder Andrew 3
Miller J M D
Miller Joseph B 3
Mitchell Jno B
Morgan J T
Kerr Sam Dr
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Martin W L
Mattery J B
Marshsl B A
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Plattenbnrgh G M Pardln Henry
Palmer II L
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Pearaon J B
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Price J R
Potter C E
Peebles Wm H
Phillips D O
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Porten F M
Randell DA 3 Raymand II
Bedford J O Requa Thos
Seed II Reed n B
Riley FK Richards SK
Richter F Robmton S &
Richardson S S Rlggs S W
Roede'heim M Rodgert J
Rowland JW Rowland JO
Robert T A Robert FM
Rotebcrtuih W Q Borer 3
Rebert ton G Rebertton P
Balnea W X
Reed J M
Richards J 3 I
Rodgers J H
Rots J O
Staler GM S Salmon AM
SwallerD Sargent MX
Stewart J A
811 cs tern
Shaw A J - Stanton T H
Sanders A S Sanders Thos
StrakwatberWR acranion j n.
Sanda Wm B Straugbem G
Shannon DW SebaatenF
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Shepherd W W Stepens J W
Silberlulrgh Wm Shelmaa M
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Snmars M II
Taylor S T
Travis J L
Thomas C C
Thonton S 0
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Turner David B
Vaughn H P
Warren A S3
Watson J L
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Thrift K W
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Weaver Wm II
Warner T 3
Williimt H S
Wonnald Geo 2
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McKinuey A F
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McCormick A W
W. H. CARROLL. P. M.
Memphis, January la, loa.
SALVATION, YE AFFLICTED !
W. A. GLIDDON,
GUTTA PERCHA TftDSS MANUFACTURER,
XO. 1 HAGAX'S BUILDINGS,
Adamt Street, oppotlt the Wortham House,
THAXKPDLfor the extensive patronage received with
in ty,B laat four years. I am now better prepared than
ever for fitting and curing the wortt formt of Hernial
Rupture. I can, betldet, f nrniih, rady-mad or manu
factured to order, superior StockUg for Varieoie vetnt,
in.tmmenta forProlautus. Shoulder Brace and Band
age of varlou kinds. Artificial Legs and Hands made
tA.rdir: in short. I can eailly procure Instruments of
very kind, owing, to arrangement made In Xew Tork
and Philadelphia. The following certificates, among
others, speak for themselves :
. tne unaeraitiiTO, wo4 j -
June, 1854, 1 was fitted by WM. A. GL1DDOX with one
of hi Trusses, jay age i otia.j-.w, .
tured for nigh five years, it is now several months
. .... ...! n . V. . I.,l.nnt Tif ia tmr 1
aince a cave ictv --. -
hav experienced no return of the complaint. I cordially
recommena jtr. uuuuon uihii-u.ki w.-w.
nlty at large, ittliAedtMt he undertttoda blsbatlaeet
and trade. . . ,.
(Signed) Juun u. wouua.
Brsirnii, Augutt 18, 1855.
..ii....mh.iti, a v r.vlnr. Prnfesior of lnato-
JJT ISO suilkl V. . . . i
my, Beinphlt Bedieal College, I called on Br. WM-A
GLIDDON, ana naa a iTnas miuc tot mo VVu..
My cate wat an Ingalaal Hernia. The instrument was
fitted in April, 1816, and I now consider myself perfectly
cured. My age it thirty-four, and occupation that of
cittern builder. I can cordially recommend Br. GLID
DOX to all who have been so unf jrtunate aa to be afflict
ed with Hernia. (Signed) CLAKK BARBER.
BEMrHH, January 6, isot. J""""
nrrtT are von sick t Theie celebrated Plllt are the bett
r.Tnrdr the world ever possessed for tbe removal of dis
ease; they will cur Liver Complaints and Dyspepsia In
all lie forms. Th sickly should immediately try a lew
doses of this wonderful medlelae.
Bold at the manufactories, Xe. 80 Balden Lane, Xew
Tork, nJXo.2M Strand, London; and by all drugglits,
atzoc, wc.,i" . v sv.
r --tt nn aViniilil a ii. Tchat. In our
.misfSn. arrived at by an impartial test, was tb best and
most honestly compounded remedy for preserving, beau
tifying and restoring gray hair to it original eoior, w
hould, without beiltatlon, tay Prof. 0. J. W00D'8 Hair
m. wrenaratlan thousaads hav tested, and r ready
t mrfnraa Ita excellence. Thouaanda mora bave need ef
the iiqi preparation, and w would advla all whot hair
Itlathtleattdlteated, t go at one iiu.J.nuuua
CO.'S itpre, 1U Barket ttreat, and lay la a tuppty of hit
Te be had of 0. J. Wood Jt Co., lit. Market street. St.
Louis, and of druggist generally dcl2-daw2w
AHEAD OF THE WORLD!
THE CRY IS STILL. THEY COME.
PARK & PBPLOW,
210 TSLmtt Stroot,
ARE making thu flnstt PICTURES In th world. All
w ask is for yoa an to call and examine them for your
raado only at th Star Gallery. Jan-datw
lYm. A. Batchelor's Hair-Dye.
GRAT, RED or RUSTT HAIR dyed Instantly to a
beautiful aad Xatural BROWX or BLACK, wltboat tbt
least injury to hair or tkln.
Fifteen Uedalt and Diplomat hare beca awarded to
Wm. A. BATCHEEOB line 1839, and OTtr 80,000 appli
cations have been made to the hair of hi patrons of his
famous Dy. Prejudice agalaat dying the hair and whis
kers Is unjust, as It would be against covering a bald
head with a wig.
Wm. A. BATcnELOR's hair-Dye pToducet a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and Is irorranftiJ
not to Injure In tht least, however long It may be con
tinued. Bade, t eld or applied, (In Bine private roomt,) at the
Wig Factory, 333 Broadway, Xew Tork.
Sold tn all dtlet and town of the United Staiea, by
Drugglits and Fancy Good a Dealer!.
Cf- The Genuine hat the name and address upon a
steel-plate engraving on four sides of each bottle, or
WILLIAM A. BATOHELOR,
233 Broadway, Xew Tork.
tf For tal by 3. BANS7IKLD &. CO., and Dmgglsti
HIDES! HIDES! HIDES!
100,000 Hides Wanted !
FOR which we will pay the highest market price In
We also buy RACC00X, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAR SK1XS. In fact, any Skins nied by TAN
KS RS or FURRIERS, we want at tbe HIGHE3T CASH
PRICE. GEO. FHILLEP. & CO.,
novlMn 73 Front Row.
W. E. MILTON,
26 Madison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SCBI OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in tho United
Exchange and A'ote Broker.
I will attend to tb negotiation of all
NOTES AND BILLS OF ETCHAXOE.
fiHIPPINO, RECEIVING AMD DISCHARGING
OVX 33 O DE3C TXT T T
AND- STEAMBOAT AGENT,
JVC I BANK AVEyVE,
WILL attend faithfully to all builnit entrutted to hit
. XI. F. JLOONEY,
A TTORXBT At LAW. Office ever C. W. Cherry
XX. W.'t. jan-tl
I TT n Mfrrtner nut an j x I LI . . . I 1.l.aa.w - I --.J I Iual ... I
Muiiany o waiUUVHUUlJW VWWURUWJUiJ
BTiTrr il I ti iniiiiiir I M I I I Li it I i: nil I ill
ITS THREE GREAT BEAUTIES
niRST Ther are more brilliant, and will never fade.
Jb SECOND They can be taken equally at well, if not
better, in cloudy at clear weather.
THIRD There can be given to the Impression on the
Japaned turf ace aa artiatic effect and flniah that cannot
be produced on any other surface xnovn to 'be l'lwto
Remember! ThatW. n.'DESIIONG, 181 Main ttreet.
hat the exduilva right of the city cf Mempbit for the
lie aio makes Ambrotypea, Daguerreotypes, Fiouro-
types, ueiereotypet, Tltbneotypei, Fnotographs, etc. &c,
Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Uaditon ttreet, belveen Main and Front Row,
OPPOSITE THE C1TI2EX3' BANK, MEMPHIS, TEXX.,
T) ESFXCTFULLT announces to bit frieadi aad the
Xj public In general that ha bat permaneatly located
blmialf at the abov atand. where be may eoattaatlrbe
foand, ready to give attention to those who may favor
him with their patronage. I will alwayt bave on hand
a splendid aetcrtment of various Improved Spectacles,
also a variety of Watcbet, Clock 1, Jewelry, Ac. Re
pairing done in every branch of the buslneit at thart
notice, ana warranted. Jiull-dtwawly
LEASE OP THE -
NAVY YARD, GROUNDS, &C.
OX SATURDAT, the 17th of January, 1S67, the Xavy
Tard Ground, Ac, will be letted. In conformity
wiia me aireciiont of tbe Board of Mayor and Alder
men. Tbe property eatt of the vertical wall has been
laid off into lots of suitable size for realdence or bnalneaa
bouses. The other property has been laid off with a view
to manufacturing purposes. Tbe leaaes are to expire on
the 31 at of Decmber, l&SC. jTbe rent la to be paid semi
annually on the 15ih of June and December of each
year the payment of the same to be secured to the satis
faction of the Mayor and Finance Committee, and tbe
lease to contain a forfeiture In caae of failure en the part
of the lessee to comply with the terms thereof.
THOMAS B. CARROLL, Mayor.
Memphis, January 12th, 1857 Janl3-td
THOSE deilrout of emigrating to NICARAGUA will
please call on me at the Worsbam House. I will alio
. s t te 'urroanding counties to obtain emigrants Terms
ta- i kn,ve n appilcstlon. w. T. SCOTT.
P. S. I beg leave to refer to the following gentlemen :
T. B. CarroU, Mayor j 3. Mansfield & Co.,
David M. Currin, Ppe t Brothers,
Apperson & Co., L. Trousdale.
A XEW and well flnUheH KVQlnrvm i,i.
e'ght rooms, on Jefferson street, wlthetstern aad
out houses attached, will be rented low to a good
.tenant. Apply to
JAUE3 A STREET,
Janl3-lw or SPIVET tt CLARK.
I HAVE received lately a very good aecood-haod BOIL
ER, also, BR1CHEX and STAND-PIPE, which I am
authorised to sell very low for cash. The Bailer Is twenty
six f att Ijng, thlrty-slx inches dlimatar, two twelve Inch
flues. G. M'LEAK, Boiler-Maker,
JanS-d3w;w3t Opposite Xavy Tard, Memphis.
GOLD FENS! Morton's 1
BOLD PENS! Bagley1!;
GOLDPKXS! Superior Polntt;
GOLD PENS! Short Nlbt;
GOLD PENS ! Long Xlbs ;
COLD TENS I Small Site;
GOLD PENS! Medium Size;
HOLD TENS I Large Site;
GOLD FENS I Engrossing;
GOLD FEXS l Bamraoth ;
GOLD PENS I Smooth and Ky Writing;
GOLD PENS I Warranted Faints;
dec23 J. E. MERRIMAX it CO.
A GOOD CO OR
MAT be had by applying to
an9.1m Comer of Exchange and Third streets.
OUR varied and extensive ttock of Carpet can new be
bought at a very low figure. Oar astertmeat em
braces every variety of style and' pittern, ranging from
25 cents to 34 per yard.
jaCS-IW WIS5TU.N, CHURCHILL i CO.
T WE NTT Tbeataad Havana Cigars In store and for
wv27-U BOTP & ANDBltSOX.
FIFTEEN Thousand pounds Goshen Butter la store and
far sale by
nov27-tf BOTD fcANDKRSOX.
OA A BOXESPresh Cheese; forialepy
aUU alrl S. B. WILLIAMSON.
J. E. CHAD WICK'S ADVERTISEMENTS
"VVHl Alway be Foand lu Tbla Column.
PERSONS wlahlng te know what he ha to sU,u
what he may want to buy for any of his customers
will be sure to find it in the last column, oa the SECONI
PAGE. Remember that, aad save yourself the trouth
of looking all over the paper.
Allbusinest entrusted to me will be attended to care
tally and with dispatch.
Office Madlien Street, eppoalte Union Bank.
INSURANCE, HEAL ESTATE AND GENERAL
iEtna Fire and Inland Naviga
tion Insurance Company,
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $1,000,001
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS $t00,0OC
Charter Oak. JLife Insurance Co,
CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS $100,00)
POLICIES limed on reasonable terns. Losset equlta
bly adjusted and promptly paid.
FOR SALE The lot oa the Xorthwest corner 0'
Gayoso and DeSoto streets. Size, 60 by CO feet, contain
ing a good fraxie dwelling, with four rooms aad l-ae
meat, and grocery stand on the corner. WiU be soio loa
If taken soon. Apply to J. E. CHADWICK,
Memphis Land Office, Madlson-st., opp. Union Bank.
FOR SALE An excellent Framed Honse, contain Id
Nine Rooms, on Pontotoc street. Has a good Cistern at
tached. Possession given immediately.
FOR SALE Seven Acres of Land, covered with Cat
fruit Trees, within half mile of the city limits, on tb'
Hernando Plank Road. Inquire of
J. E. CHADWICK, Memphis Land Office,
Opposite Union Bank.
FOR SALT. A Three Tears' Lease of a nice ar
convenient Frame Dwelling, containing four rooms
kitchen and servants' room, with a good well of water
about 40 choice Fruit Trees, stable, and about six acre,
of fine tillable Land, suitable for gardening purposes, al
within one and a half miles of Court Eqnare. Inquire c
J. E. CnADWICK,
Memphis Land Office,
epI3 Opposite Union Bank
Dry Goods at Wholesale.
TUST received, direct from Xew Tork, on consignment,
J of upwards of $30,000 worth of teatonable Staple
Dry Good 1. The goodi being on centlgnment, I can af
ford and will jell better bargains than ever was offered li
thladty. Merchants and planters, who wish to buy !ij
the piece will find to their Interest to examine my st'jd
before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE
ao5 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
HANGOCK & CLARK
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for ssleby
HAXCOCK Ic CLARK.
BBLS. FLOUR, various brands, for sale by -Jan9
HAXCOCK & CLARK.
KEGS NAILS, best Eastern for ssle by
Jan9 HAXCOCK & OLARK.
THE undenlgned has a set of the latest improved St.
Louis Steam Saw and Grist Bill Machinery, which
he wishes to sell, either part for cash or all on time. Any
xrtun wiahinr to buy the machinery, and has not a good
.11 01 u, 1 .it the mill up. I will sell him, for money or
on time, aix ur seven hundred acres of as rood timbered
land as is In the county, nine miles from Bemphlt, and
tw from the Memphis and Ohio Itaiiroaa. jiy mm nil
10-im.b. cvHnder and two 3S-lnch boilers, is feet lour.
AU of the machinery is new and In good running older
bands for Saw and Grist BUI. jiy nacnioery runs two
Sswa the lower one fifty and the upper one thirty inches
This Mill is warranted to cut one thouaand fet of lumber
per hour, If attended to as It should he. Any person
wiahinr to buv a mill can get a bargain by calling on tbe
subscriber, at his residence, one and a half miles of Ral
eigh, ShelDy county, Tenn.
THE OjXX.1l MEDAL. AWARDED
BT the Xew Tork Exhibition to the Engllth or foreign
Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst nnmer
out competitors, by LEA & TERRIXS, for their
whereby further tettlmony It afforded of its being the
bett Sauce extant.
The celebrity of this Sauce has extended to every quar
ter of the globe, and ltt efficacy In promoting the general
health Is becoming dally more observed and acknowledged.
In the United Statea it la held to be the most agreeable
condiment, aad It esteemed for Its tenlc and Invigora
ting properties, Its habitual usa enabling the stomach to
digest the food.
On the Ctatlnent of Europe, these qualities have been
testified toby a sentleman, who writes to LEA & PER
KINS thni: "I have carried a bottle of your forces-
terahlre Sauce in a tour I bave Jnat completed through
Spain and Portugal, and believe I owe my prrtent ttate of
health to its me; yenr Sauce Is ttomachlo, and I think
medicinal. I can with truth eay there 1 nothing In a
traveler baggage ao essential to his comfort, at least In
these countries, as yur Sauce. "
In India, also, where It I found at the mess of every
regiment, a medical gentleman writes frem Madras to
his brother In the same profession at Worcester, In tbe
following terms: '-Tell LEA & FERRINS that their
Sauce Is highly approved In India, and that it Is, In my
opinion, the most palatable as well as the most whole-
same amcc mm."
This Sauce Is suitable for every variety of dish, and the
universal demand which Its excellence has created has
led to many Imitations being offered to th public, under
a variety ef names, but the genuine may be known by
the names of "LEA St PERKINS" being impressed upon
the patent metallic capsules, or patent glass stopper of
the bottle, as wen a toe itoeis ana wrapper.
Sole Agent for the United States,
JOHN DUNCAN & S0N8,
apl2-ly Q5 Broadway. Xew Tork,
XxxxTOOsrtasxt to 3Eo3axAlos
DR. CHEESEMAITS PILLS.
THE combinations of Ingredients In these Pills are tbe
result of 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
iwava arise from Interruption of nature. They can be
successfully used as a preventive. These Fills should
never be taken In pregnancy, at they would be sure to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, aad
free from aaythlng Injurious to Ills or health. Explicit
ejections, wbicn should ne read, accompany eacn dox,
Price 41. For sale in xempnis oy
s. Mansfield & oo,
G. D. JOHNSON,
-WARD & JOXK3.
try Scit by mill by enclosing (1 to Dr. CORNELIUS
L. CnEESEMAN, Xo. 192 Broadway, Xew Tort.
SOf AAA TVORTO of new and -nnble
eJjUUU CLOTHING aad FURNISHING
UOOD3, at actual cottfor cath.
Owing to a change la our business, we offer at actual
cost for casA and ctukonljt, our enllre stock of Clothing
and Furnishing Goods. As the basinets mast be closed
np, and to do so the stock must be told, persons in want
of Goods in our line, will find It to their advantage to
give us a call. KELLER feJOHXSOX,
Xo. 3 CUrk's Marble Block,
Janl-3m 272 Main street
XT' Enquirer copy three months.
CANDEE, MIX k CO.,
J rvaxmzry Xfirt, 1807.
IX offering our card to tbe public we tender our ac
knowledgments, for the very liberal patrucage extend
ed us during the past year, and promise for the future to
rurnun our customers the LAUHK3T, cheapest ana
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS In the Southern
Our Senior partner wul be eonatantirln tbe Eastern
market, and will kceD us fully supplied with every desira-
Die style of
Staple end Paaej Dry Goods, &c
We are Agents for some of the belt brands of DO
MESTICS. OSXABURGS. Stc.. which we offer at Factory
CA1VDEE, MIX fe CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
ROOTS & SMORS3
MILiLJiSERY GOODS, &C,
Jan3-daw3m 225 MAIX-ST . MEMPHIS, TEXX.
FIFTT bbls. Old Rye Whisky and Bonrton, warraated
pure, la store and for sale by
BOTD tL AXDERSOX,
aov27-U Xo. 157 Main street.
NEW CASH STOKE.
ISt Maln-st., opp. Woraham Heae,
PLAXTATIOX, STAPLE AXD FANCY
Men' and Touth's CMbiag,
Hats, Shoes, etc., fxc,
Saddlery, Guns, Rifles, Cillery,
Boys' Double Guns, Fine Tobacco and Tea,
LOW FOR CASH
To Consumer or D e a I ejr .
O AA SACS3 choice Irish Potatoes la store and for
BOVO A AXOERSOK.
THE undersigned have epeaM a Carriage Factory oa
Second street, between Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Maaatactare art Re
pair Carriages attbe shortest Bettce. All work doae by
them will be guarantied, and a share of pabHc patronize
Jan3-ly L. S. BURR U CO.
FROM my plantation In Talabusha county. Miss ,
on Sunday, the 23d day of November last, my negro
boy ISAAC, about 21 years of age. Isaac Is of a
ulatto color, will weigh ICO or 160 pounds; ouick
spoken and intelligent ; Is a wagon maker br trade. I
win give a reasonable reward for his arprehensloa. My
Post Office Is Oakland, Mist. R. L. SHOOK.
Tatum's Patent Oil-Ground
From tbe Utett number of the Photographic and Fiae
IX the whole history of Art in the production or Por
traits of the higbeat order, no aiugkt improvement
has contributed as much as this new process. AU that
has been developed by science tn the ate et the camera
and tbe light of the sun, so wooderfnllr ucetf ul tu the
Daguerreotype, Ambrotjpe and Photograph, have been
appropriated by this aew process to large pictures 00 the
most perfect and durable of all ground to receive the
plastic touch and exquisite tint of the artist's brush.
Keal oil paintings in oil grounds upon canvas, each as
baialwa-a been regarded by tbemaatersof art a the
best receptacle for colors in oil, are aow readily prodoced
with all tbe truth of the daguerreotype la delineation.
and of living, breathing, blooming nature in ceier, tone
and expression, from tne miniature up to uut of life sue,
with a facility and durability that is astounding evea ia
this age cf steam, electricity aad intellectual progress.
Portraits the size of life may be secured treat email da
guerreotypes of persons deceased, with as much truth and
accuracy as from tbe living subject.
Sittings from the living subject are almost entirely dis
pensed with, and the finished portrait delivered ia one or
two days from the order.
The durability of these on ground photographs is in
sured for a hundred years, if desired, as there is ro chem
ical or f jreim matter used or Introduced that can ia any
wise affect the perminency or durability of the picture,
the ground being the tame as has been moat approved
and that ordinarily used by artiats In portraiture and
landscape; the vehlclea and paints are also the same.
Mr Tatum, the patentee, with a ralad well stored with
scientific truth, and possessing 10 enviable skill ia tbe
higher walks of art, has thus, in his last achievement,
and tbe liberal terms offered his fellow artists In prosecu
ting his new process not only resected credit upoaala
native country in the great race of human progress, bat
done great honor to his own head, hand and hi att, and
doubtless will receive front an oblige p ople the reward
due his arduous toil and brilliant achievement.
I A I Ss 1 IB V 5a W ,
ARE the only Artists In the city who make this new and
beautiful style of Portraits. They have tbe exclusive
right for the city, and another Portraits made upon can
vass by the Photographic process are but imitations of
th original TATUM proceaa.
Many beautiful ipeclmeaa ef the aniens of Jtempnis
are on exhibition at the STAR GALLERY, where all are
invited to call and see for themselves Jan7 lm
Lots at Private Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, unimproved Lots,
121, 122, 125, 126, 103, 1M, 131, 132. Improved Lois
169 and 170 being on the plan of subdivision of Greenlaw,
SaS&rrans, Loooey A Keele. O B. LOCKE,
novZ-tf Auctioneer ana ueai jestate uroier.
fowf.rava tn til o lti liUr
MX I'OCtCb JXKj a lull VI .urcu lira u,a vu tuc
SAofueMduring her late upward ti ip. Among other
vaiuaoies, lb WUUUIIU ictci.i uiuuiijwij UVICB. All
persona are therefore cautioned not to trade tor any notes
due me, ualeis properly vouched for.
decst-lf alius. i. iakkuul.
looe : Xjook: :
HAPPY AND GLORIOUS NEWS!
Tbe greatest wonder of the world has at last been dis
covereda specific in disease DR. SLEDGE'S NER
VOUS TONIC, for the care of Chill a and Fever, and a pre
ventive to all grades of Fever, a well aa a care. Itbas
been tally tested for tbe last four years, and It Is now
conceded by scientific men to be one of the greatest dis
coveries known toman. This will be disputed by thou
sands, no doubt, but It Is so. Bead, lojk, and Judge for
Fifty thotuand dollart win be paid to any pertee who
will produce Its superior. Tbt Medicines caa be f esad in
all tbe Drug Stores and towns inroagaeai ia entire
West. J. M. SLEDGE.
Mejiphis, October 3, 1855.
This Is to certify that we have been seUtag large quan
tities of Dr. Sledge's Celebrated rtaedtes, ana take
creit Treasure in recommending them te the afflicted as
possessing remarkeoie properties in control irag tne ma
eases for which they are recommended, and we bave no
hesitancy in giving our testimony la favar of their supe
riority over other preparations for tbe same dlseaset, as
they seem to give universal sittiiactien to an uk
Mansfield &. Co., Druggists. Peyton & narbln, Druggists.
G D.Johnson, " wara et Jones,
Chandler & Co., " Henry Wade, "
R. Joyuer & Co., " W. B. Shelton, "
A. O. SMITH. r. GUTHRIE.. .. CEO. 3. ROWLAND.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic jLiquorsj
AXD AGEXT3 FOU THE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 361 Main Street, between Second and Third,
JanlJ-ly iOUISVILLK, KT.
t RAXAWAT from the subscri&tr. en me ism ox
S? December, a Negro Boy, named JKSSK. aged 16 r
L 18year, weighs ISO or 135 pounds, light colored
Bt i.i. , m-A ..-..! .ir.ifhf h 1 nn & keraev aait
of clothescoat lined with osmburg, body and sleeves, bad
on a black ciotn cap. l wm give mo ii i
bim, delivered tome, orconuneu-m ju u mu.
Raleigh, Tenn., Jan. 4lh, 1S57 Janl5-dlt:w
J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESAIX ASD RETAIL
awn nnr.ru IS ALL XIHDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Soctneast uernerei .nam uu uu
HATB always on hand a wea and carefully teieetea
tech et articles la their line, which they will sell at
the lowest current prices.
aj. orders promptly juicu mw uniitiwi.
AMD DEALER IS
Watches, Clocks, and Jevrelry,
CORXER OF MAIN AiU AUAJ13-OT3.,
virva tht nithnil nr tnfnrtnln Mi friend.
and ib public generally, that he has moved f rota
his old stand lota corner or Bain ana aoaai
...... wh.-. tia will t.Va ntMtnrl In Th:M tin
a sew and choice 1st of JEWELRT, to those who may
t.: t,w . .T1 , ml will u rtMild tn fTaccta lQ
orders for repair la his line. He hopes, by honesty. In
tegrity, and hi effort te please, to gain tne ccnauence
and liberal patronage of all who may find It couvenlent.to
Tint his sususamesi.
J3" All orders for repairing la every branch of my bo
nne promptly aiunaea te. u.i-ij
DR. IEXXER attends exclesively ti Sarxteal Diseases,
as Pile. FIiUIjc m Ano, S4rictares, atone ia
Bladder, TJIeers, Cancers, Taiaors, PoipB, Diseased
Beae aad Jetats, Deformities from Burns, Hair-Lip,
I Contracted Teadoas from loss of Lips, Cheek, Xote, Eye-
lids. Sue., Closed Jaws from Salivation, aad all ether dls
j ease aad deformities requiring Surgical aid.
MYM 1J2 J8oR.
.TR. FEKXER also attends to all Disease ef the Eye
JL aad Ear, aad 1 prepared to Boarl Patients frem a
T3 Office on Main street, la Waiter's Bonding, res!
deace oa Osart street . MueoHwawlyias
dr. joiixsoys ixfidrmary,
rO& DISEASE! OF THE
EYE AND EAR,
ARTIFICIAL EY323, 6c;
XO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Conunurcial Hotel.
may27ttw MEMPHIS, TEX5T.
Greennigh for Sale.
OX THE FIRST DAT OF APRIL. 1SS7. 1 will
offer the above wefl known aa. valaabte nranertv
for sale, at public aactlon, oil the prealsesr If
iLnot before diapoted of at private sal'. GREEX-
H1GU Is situated la tbe flourishing and pteaaaat village
of LaGraage, aad la accessible frem ail parts ef tbe
country, being immediate y on the Meaipbi aad Charles
It wa designed aad prepared by tbe late Dr. J. X.
Cocke, expressly as a Water-Care imt Board teg estab
lishment, and the very liberal patronage exteaded htm
during tbe summer ef 1650, aad to bn aecetsr, Mr. A.
B. Glester. laat sammer, shows In wbt high estiseatieB,
at a healthy and pteaaaat retort, it It held by th cota
munlty. The bcikliags eeeeist ef a two-stiry Frame Hse,
with eight rooms dlalag loom 26 by 60 feet; twenty
ave cottage rooms, Utefces, entheau, stabies, Ac., all
of which are ia fiae repair, wtth aew raraitare lat year
There are a number of never-failiag Spriags withia
thirty steps ef tbe hease, aflerdiBg aa abuadaut sapaiy
of tbe parest water. There Is alse a fine Chalybeate
Bp ring withia a qaarttr ef a mile, which will be seM
with the ptaee. The let oeatala eaibteea er tweaty
acre, with fia gardes, orchard, shrubbery, Ac. The
irraagenMBt for Water-Oare, aaeh at baths, Ac, are
ampfe and oomsiete.
Terms or Sale. One-third cath; balance is oae
aad two years, bead aad approved lecarity, aad a Ilea
retained ea the property.
Perseas wishing ta parchase can obtain any latere
tha they may desire by addretsias a at LaGraage,
Teaa. K. WINSTON.
LaGraage, Tean., Jaa. 9th, 1SS7 Jxall-wM
Katie aad Enquirer, LoaiaviDe Jeornal aad Oteve
tasd Plata Dealer, copy twice la Daily aad Weekly, aad
seed bin to Appeal office aad paper to Col. B. Wbutea
ON the night of 25th December, a saall caee-
aat aorrrtl MULE, four, years eld, marked with
the collar, la good enter, naa ee 5 see en before,
had a rope on his seek when be left. Any in
formation left at Cajee'a stable, or to myself, two mile
Xorth of Memphis, wHI be thaakfaB' received, aad at)
trouble liberally rewardtd.
Jan3-daw2w w iwsjtusox
Thos. Vetcrs' Residence for Sale.
I HATE for til a the Residence aad 183H acres ef land
beloaglag te Themat Peters. Esq., Iriag oo the State-
Line Road aad the Memphis aad Charleston Railroad, 91
mile east of Memphis, at Bray's Station. The improve
ments consists of a dwe ltag, built la G-tthic Style, 9 large
rooms and 2 amaU oaes, with closets, store rooms, Ae
Kitchen, 2 servants' rooms, eastern, well, stabies aad
barn, carriage bouse, wagon abed, Ac, Ac Is short, it
Is one of the best Improved places in Shelby county, all
new and la perfect order. I will sen the improvesBeats
aad S3 H acres of land, or all together. If desired, I will
sell the stock of sheep, bogs, aad cattle, corn. foMer, oats
and pork, slaughtered aad packed in I tin i moke bouse. A
bargain will be given. Apply to Thts. Peters, oa the
premises, or to G-. B. LOCKE,
dec 31 Aactteaee r ana ilea Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
I OFFER fer (ale, upon good terms, the former Rest
dence et C. F. Klag, Esq., lying ea the north tide t
the new Stiie-ltes road, a mile aad a half east ef Dm
city. Th tract eon tains 11 acres, aad 1 Isarewd wttt
a small residence of three rooms, well tad other laapreve-
Also, a fear a-ae weed kt, nearly esviSk'e. This trad
It within three qaaalers of a sue of a ged ehtutst aac
(Choot, aad is In one of the best and healthiest netcht or
hrods la the vicinity ef Memphis. . B. LOCKE,
novll Aactluaeer aad RetJ Estate Broker.
Corner Slain and JaaUson-sts.,
THIS well known Hotel, ha ring changed haada,
aad been thereagbly repaired, and arevMed wtth
I'J'I new Furniture. Know open for th aecvsaaMda-
L f.tion of 19rcersaaaTraveiera.
The public may ret assand that eviTy exertion will
be made on the part of the Preprieter to reader this
Houseaecond to none In West Teeaeseei. Having active
and attentive itrvants, aad a table 9wsysfaraihed wtth
the bet the country affords, he ceaadieily relies apea
giving entire satisfaction to all who mar favor him with
their patronage. WM. K. BENNETT,
53- Enqalrer copy.
NEW DRUG STORE.
f WE take pleasure ia iaferrain; the citttea of
Memphis aad the poWle geeerally that we have re
7 moved oar stock of Drag te the corner of Matat aad
A Uahm ttreets, and win take pteaeare In aecomse-
daiicg all who may favor as with a call.
We are also la receipt et a fall anppiy of fresh aad sea-
nine Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Pet fernery, Ae.
Particular attention paid to fill ing of Frescriatttes at
all hours of day and night.
dec3I-tt it. JOTXE& &. OO.
2,610 ACRES OF LAND,
On Memphis and Ohio Railroad.
I nATE for sale In aeparatw tract
2.610 acres of valuabl Land, Mtoate ai.
and near the dividing In of Shelby and
Fayette, and Memphis and Ohio Ball
road. Six hundred aad forty acres 2 4
miles Southeast ef Wjthe Depot, twen
ty-five miles from Memphis, coastdeml a Xo. 1 tract
toutalnlng a large body of rich, dry, bouera, 115 acre js.
coltivation, good cabin and sprias 'titer. Aaethei
tract of 350 acrea, near tbe Depot all beaatifat wood
land. And another tract of 1.2SO acres, at the crosting
or the Railroad on Loosa Hatch le, xUndias South and
East, most of which is rich till Me land, and all eevera
with the finest timber for taw siikt. Also aaethei
tract ef 310 acres about two mttei above I am ahxlea;
to realize npon the above lands, aad parchaters ire spe
cially iovited to aee me at my realdence in the neighbet
hoed of Hlckery Wythe, when tby win be waited ape
to examine the lands, and the highest ifrducem-nta of
fered. II B S.WILLIAMS.
Hickory Springs, Fayette ceaaty,Teaa
Piano Fortes for Hale.
I HAVE In store, Jast received dlreet
from Xew Tork. TWELVE PIAXO
FORTES, from 6 1-3 to 7 octave, ef ae
rior finish and different styles, seme being
Inlaid with Pearl. Ttu-y wlU ba sekt at greaUy redneed
price. This present a most favorah1) opportanity te
parchase a aaprter lastrdraent at a l argaia. Terms
made ta salt purchasers. li. a. uovua.
dec-13 tt Auctioneer and Beal Eatate Bretw.
ROSETVOOD PARLOR FURNI
TURE: A FEW mere sett, covered with French Brocattete
very superior will be sold dirt" clieap. CH seea
Jan6-lw WINSTON, CHURCHILL CO.
THIMBLES! Frem Xo. 1 to Xe. 12;
THIBBLE3 1 Oped aad Closed Top ;
THIMBLES! AH Sliver;
TniMHXKS! Steel Top;
THIMBLES! Gold Octagon;
THIMBLES! Ock! Embossed;
THIMBLES! GoM Engine Tamed ;
TniUBLKS! Engraved GoM;
THIMBLES! Chas'd and Plain.
An excellent assortment of the aWvt can 'always be
foand at oar store, aad especially at this time.
dec23 J. S. BKKKIBAN t UU.
A Great Variety
OF Goods tach as are generally kept In oar Mae ef the
most beautiful styles, suitable fer
all of which we are selling very low.
ec23 J. . W.KllkMAft at CO.
K bave for sale a few of these curious Instruments,
which, by the entirely nood principle of their opera
tion. comDleteiT puzzle alike th philosopher and the
ahtbinkinx ; no one has yet been aoie to account for the
caaseof the motion cxhlhttea By inane xers, wnicn
seems to set the law of gravitation altogether at defiance
Ton have doubtless witnessed spiritual raanifettatieas
aad p uiiled yoar brains to aoeeeat fer the phenomena ;
here is aometnias eqaauy myateneas en wnicn yon may
atady aa vainly to understand tbe caaae a on the ab-
eet of Spiritualism, if yoa no not believe, ceane aau
aee for vearselvea aad yon wul acknowledge wat it lust
most mysterleas developaient of mechanical laws Joe
bave ever seen or heard of.
dec23 J- MBRRIBAX A CO.
CURTaIS" HAIYGIIVGS! .
BROCAT-LLE, Satin DeLalnea, Damasks, Lace Cur
tains. Gilt Cornices, Bands, Tassel. Window Shades,
Ac . in everr variety of pattern and qiality. Curtains
made and pat np In the most approved xaanner, and aftet
the latest designs.
JinS-lw wimstoji. uumtLimLL. . uu.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
LL attend personally to the locating of Swamp Land
Serin aad Warrants In the Jackscnport and Helena
Districts, sell in: La ml aaa paying raxci.
B Graham. Memphlsenn.; A. 3. noer. Little Rock;
R. O. Brtnkley, " MaJ T. Mull, Miss.;
W. M. Folwell. " J. Norton la Co., X. O.;
F. Lane A Co , " J. A. B'usseau, LaGraage,
n. P. Ccolide, Helena,; Tenn.;
Myrtle A Moore,
w . ti. units, Aawrcuceviue,
Allen Polk, "
C. W. Board, Jacksoapert;
lVanied to Hire,
AT the Union Restaurant, on Union street, two waiters,
say boys from twelve to eighteen years of age. Ap
ply to tv proprietors.
Jtn3-lw DEMPEWOLF A GITTER.
1 Kft DOZEN Garrett's Snuff In bottles;
lOUlOOdoxen " " "papers;
10 bbls " " " blidders,
For sale by WARD A JONES.
A BEAUTIFUL Cottage, with sir rooms. In
the corporate limits, with one and a tail acres
4"' of Land. Apply to
W. O. JJfDEKSON,
jan!3-lw 1H5 Main street.
kUH. aWJLi.l A ,
A DESIRABLE FAMILT BRSIDENCK, 'Un
ited north of the Gaa Works, lad at present oc-
'! enpltd by I. T. Gibson. Ajply Ither te the
"'J . k. iV , Vn TChlttfee. nn the Tieenlaes.
Possession given first of January.
Leaves THIS DAT, Jaa. 16th, at M Veieck, posMvely
For White River,
'AR KA NS AS RAILROAD LIXE."
EDITOR. X. Brady, Master; R M. RetMas, fflerk.
iU TniS splendid aad fwt ruaatn; paa-
seager packet, haviag aaearpassed a-
enmmAdatloTiA. will iMft a afekve. Vr
freight or pa"ge apply on board er te
I. AVALLKTTE & MORRIS. Aent.
Regular Memphis and White
P. MAIXOAULT, MaaUr J. P. BOOKER, Ctetk.
THIS fast running, freichtaad pas tea
ser pick at, wHl leave MezafMa far Ja(k-on-yirt
and all intermedtet landean.
,i-i-- i -- tm every wertnesaty, at 4 o-.iecx, r. x.
Por freight ox passage, apply on hoard or to
W. W. HODGE, Aatot,
dec30-3ai No. 3 BaakAvenae.
MOSES IHOLEIaJLOlY & SUPERIOR.
James E. Smith, Master.
HEGTJLAE XT. S. HAIL PACKET LTKE.
t. OX the TMamptton of -PS5!.
t? navigation a line of flrat f Us-gl
claas packet wul itsjiij ii
m.Tif their regular trioa
between Memphis, Cairo and LoaisvUte, ceaaectiag at
Memphis with the Xew Orleans packet llae, at Cairo
with the Illinois Central Railroad, and at LonlavlBe with
theLouiavie and Cincinnati picket line.
These Boats at fitted ap and f arniehed ia eiegeat style,
with eveiy regard for the comfort aad ceaveaienee ef
p,aaengir, are officered by carefoj and expeihuaecd ma,
who. bv strict attentioa to batiness, hep to merit tba
confidence and patrenagc of the pabltc.
LAYALLBTTX A BOKJtia, Agents. Jtempcus.
ec2l BENEDICT A SOX, Agents, LoatsvttVe.
83" Eagle aad Rnquirer copy.
aiemphis, White Rlrer and Napoleon
TJ. S. MAIL PACKET,
Hdlena, Friar's Point, Laconia & CoaodriaT
STEAMER KATE FRISBEE,
JOHX T SHIRLET, Master... .WM. T. WOOD, Mark.
at. THIS aew, splendid aad fast tteamer,
yrv having been purchased far the Packet
Traqe in place or tae jam un3w,vsi
' "contiaae regularly in the trade. leavlsc
MemphU every MONDAY and FR1DAT at 2 aNfeck r.
M ., punctuaJly, coaaecuag at xapeteuB with wcrte ana
Arkansas river boats, takiag freight aad passenger ta
White river at r-golar rates. Retarsuag, leave Xape
koc every TUESDAY and SATURDAT, arriving aVMera-
pais Soaday and Wedacaday eveatazs.
Tbaakfat for tanner patnoaga, the wser hepe to
sserlt a ceattaaaace of the a ante to their new beat, pra
slatur strict attention to basin.
LAVALL&TTE St XUKKI3, Alteau.
Notice to SHippiaa. The Fnebee" wB receive
fretKht until oa o'clock oa Monday, and daring the en
tire day Tharaday, aad antil one o'clock Fridays.
MEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS
rr order to accommodate the pub.ic. the ewaers aad
masters of the Packets heretofore in the trade betweea
the two cities have organised a Company to ran a Trt
Weeklj Line et Packet between Memphis aad New Or
leans, under the name and style of the
Uemphis and Xew Orleans Packet Co.
TTbe Boat composiag tbe Lane ars all et the first class.
inferior to none m the Wet or Soath. for speed, cemfert
and safety. They will leave each place every Monday,
iredncMtay and I -day, at 3 o'clock r. M.
Particular attention teill btpaU to way btitinttt.
NEBRASKA R Alex. Irwin, Baslar.
IXGOBAR L. Bcwtaagh, "
JOHN 3IBOXDS .Wm. Wray, Matter.
H. R. W. HILL. .The. B. Newest, "
BEX FRANKLIN .M. G. Aaders, Mastr.
BELFAST H. L. Church, -
Shippers and Pamageri taay rery oa the aaattaaaty or
the boats ef this lane.
A centinnaace of the patronage hither exteaded to
the owners of this line is respectfully tolicssed.
L.V.VALLBTTB A MORRIS, A gen a.
r? Oaaee adMatag W. B. Rsohtaead A 0., eataer
Conrt ttreet aad Front Row. ea3
I HATE Jnat received sae at ttase ele
gant FKKNCH BOCRDOIR FIAXOS.
from tbe celebrated Plan Fsctaey ot
" Xbado. " at Paris and Lease a. aad !-
fer thera for tale. I ko p Uwse spieadid little ORGANS,
called Seraphiae, with f nta ten to tknrteea. ttaps, aad all
ihe latest improvi meats. Tkese are tnowa te ae ta Best,
Instruments forCharches, Lodje aad Scheei See. All
tn.trunMt.ti seM bv me a.e war. anted fur aee yea.
r3Taalngaod Repairing of Plane. TiatiBS, Ofgans.
MciudeoB, etc., etc., done in a wukmaallke maaaer at
S3" I do not aceieaa to give leitoai t ay naateer aaa
variety of Instruments.
UKNKX ti. HUl.LBBEKIi,
)an3-tf 141 Maia street.
THXAather of a Preach Grammar, has rehtraed to
Memphis, aad oflers bis services to that whs dettrc
te learn tbe French Langaeg.
ForgeaUemeti his school wlU he opened hetweea Seeead
and Ceart streets, oa every Monday, Taesday, Thersday
aad Friday Evening, at haK pat sax ecieek.
3 He will attend at their private rMaces these lad
who desire his services.
A list wtll he left at the Book Store of Messrs. Lamb,
Tonng A Ce., Main street,fer these vahvwtsh to enter
their names. Jsa6.se
I HAVE three BOUSES and LOTS to reatftr
the preseat year, Mtutd ta th Xertheastera
part of the city, en what is kaeva as Wtnhes
.terAvenae, it t-eiBC tne property apsa wbsehl
now live. For a more particular cUscrtptttn, aad tor
dosing the contract at real, call oa Major WWtaat Raf-
2a, at the Gas OflK. BUB FKHJK.
To Southern and Western Mer
Wolfe's Celebrated Schiedam
Depot, No. &5 Common Street, Xew Orleans,
JAMES IT. RURKE, Agent.
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
THE whole country Is flooded with Counterfeit and
Imitation Schnapps. The public ahoaid be earefat
to trarcbase only the geaaine article, ataaafaetared aad
Imported by UDOLPHO WOLFE, which ha the name of
the maaatactarer on tbe bottle, cork aad label.
For sale by aa tn retpectawe urugzuia ana ureeers.
Read the epiuiwu of the New Tork Press.
J. W. BURKS, Asent,
86 CcaiBMa street, Xew Orleans,
Frem ths Xew Tork Mercury.
Fraudulent ImHatian of Superior Cammedltlts.
Anusg the many dishonesties t trad whtch the moral;
sense of the community is called ap to aatapresa, we
aroakt partacuiarly notice a most perntctoa aad Isifaraeas
practice adopted by nascrepnloas dealers, Itnttattag
and coanterfeitaas the exUrior appearance aad precau
tionary labels of popular drugs, aMdicasaeats, aad ether
articles of personal ceasamptioB, and thaa, by lettinc
upon tbe well acquired reputation of an enlrprtetog tra
der, palming off most destracUve and werthlets cem
poands, to tbe sore detriment net only of the cxasamer,
bat to the character of the man who has expended theas
iBd et dollars in bttngiBg the genuine arttct into e
teem aad demand. These petty larceny thieves are taa
pest of all honorable dealers aad traders aad the trade
is as much highway robbery as the violent apprapriatlta
,f their neighbor's parse; in fact, they are beneath Ihe
bargfcsr 'and highwayman in dignity ler tbee latter
fetens exhibit a bravery er recklenea ef character in
aewleedistiBgaishine: the mercantile assassins waa stab
in the dark. And ought they net to be rewarded wMh a
patLMntentcetaatenanratewith the cowardice of their
ertsce We were led to these remarks by aethlealaay -serving
a spurious eountorfeit of Udolpao Wolfe's Setae
dam Seaaappe. The Inhets were tal tiled perfectly, with
the slight addition of a few letter to plead teOnlcal
avaidaneeof the law against coaalerfeitiag; thebeMes
were very similar, and everything prepared to irapete
aeon a careless purchaser. Xew is not the man who
perpetrated this fraud a felon, a robber? Asearediy he
U; for as Mr. Wolfe has ex needed large aa to brine
bis genuine Imported Schnapps into popalar demand, that
demand rnav be JasUy considered a part ef has ci petal ha
trade, aad a fellow stealing a part of has reaatattes U as
machathlef as if he had stolen a barrel ef btsSehaapBS
ia bulk And to thlaciinae beadds a ratther one of de
trandiag the community by giving them a rataeas artMe
fer the money they intended to expend tor a eemmodHy
nv which thry had eeaOdence. And, farther, every man
who participates indirectly lu the fraud, by setltag spu
rious art let-s, is as much ef an eSeeder as the prlsetpal
who ptaaned the Impeeition. The remedy of Mr. Wotfo
sbcald 1 e In hi; heMing aU concerned ap to the contempt
of tbe'eommonity thas swiadled by their operatioBS, and
oacoesekMuly Impeted upon by their nexioas eempesl
tlons We trust that Mr. Wolfe will obtain name, net
only of the concoctors of these ceanterfetts, bat of every
man offerlne; them for sale, and then paetlsb them to tba
world; for his own reputation and the health of the com
munity demand that ill pari" should be called to the '
pillory of public execration.
From the Xew Tork Dispatch.
An Infamous Business.
When an enterprising man starts oat a new business,
to tbe establishment of which he gives his Industry, tal
ent and pecuniary means, can anything be mere con
temptible than to have another steal in, am., under spe
cious pretexts, bohl out to the pablic an lnferief article,
and endeavor to obtain their patronage? Pray, what
difference Is there, so far as the honesty of the thing is
concerned, between purloining the business by which a
citizen hopes to make bis bread and stealing the bread
itself? A common thief, if he takts without leave, how
ever haagry, a loaf of bread from a baker's shop, Is ap
prehended and condemned to the penitentiary fer daring
in a surreptitious manner to appease hi appetite; but
put a respectable looking coat on his back and a tew dol
lars in his pocket, aad he may, with impunity, nay, evea
with the applause of his fellows, by knavery, forgery or
other infamous means, take tbe beslness of an honest
man from him, and go nascathed of Justice. AH this I
wrong. Some years since a genUratan of this city
(UdoJpto Wolfe) introduced to the citizen of the Hatted
States a medicated article of gin, which was highly ap
proved by professional gentlemen as a superior tonic and
deohstrueni, ami iov cinwttw6u vi wbiw uc, uj mici
tisement and otherwise, disseminated throughout the
country. So soon as tricksters, who pass In the business
eomraenlry esnonesimea, saw uiiar. nous vusinr
ta have handsome retains tor the money which he had
expended, they set aboat forging his labels and palming 03
up n the people detestable and polsoneas cempouail
wh4cn t&ey nave toe naruinoou s, caii --ocuicuaia
Schnapps." In some Instances they have gene so far as
to pet Wolfe's name to their villainous liquids. As this
horde are growing bold In their rascalities, it Is time the
public In town and country were put upon their guard.
Consumers should be sure that they purchase tbe genu
ine article, or else their health may be Irreparably Injured
by csln; the horrible stuff that unscrupulous men, be
cause they can bay It cheap, will offer as the genelne ar
ticle. Pure Schiedam Schnapps ran only le obtained at
the stores of respectable druggists sod merchants, in
town and country, and at the establishment of Bdolj.hu.
Wolfs, Xos. 13. 20 and 22 Beaver stieet, In this city,
where it Is gotten up exolnstvely. We think Mr. Wolf o
owes It to hinweif and tbe community ta puMIsh,.by
name, the rises is who are ln attempting to defraud
both him aad those who wouW.bvhlsJeustoniers, - Ha)-,
should not permit his modesty to Bold htmback from ma-,
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