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THE DAILY APPEAL.
THURSDAY JANUARY -22,,1S57.
,V7e are indebted to Ha. JaMbaa. Jones
W iTui in rhown for CeacKMimai Jaws.
aK'V tS" Tf fn -mitt- to ret a p&oi ihare T0 to
tke aarber shop, en Madison street between the Ari'EAI.
.... ,ii-..inii inrr
ST Those tfenraas of ptttxbasiRff good II-
! gENi and etezrs coald aa 'go to a jette rasace than Mr
" u jr. rr it's an Main attest war Adaes. Dr. Dvin
S"We received a dob of tweiitv-SYen
.a&cribtrs Jrm Coekrow, MUOtMippi, oh Tuesday, for
;x iWaikly. Wenansrn thaaks to the rlmaatr for
C5"WD2M a visit on Tuesday te I-
Saoa?sC0R7. We lewid tkera a large snkv of tffc e-
nesssccntirs of Mezopbti. Mr. D6kOBC' etHery
1j m tot Conner if Ttsim nrf iftrtf ni street, ant! ii treH
worthy ot a Ttit.
fig?" John Newmm'i sale of Teal estate,
en iae canter ef Mela and Jackson streets, cam off tail
lUMatog at 1 o'clock, ob the premiees. Mr. Newpom
ka ttariied a U state that tke property win petiti re
ly be tot Wltbent rooeaey or price Wallace retts.
To Delinquent Tax Paters. Persons
whs-have not paid their State aad county Uxftrr.lSS,
and wa tkokr property aot to be advertised, caa tare
Sloe caeafct by cairns at No. eFreat Raw, oa Tbars
diy aad Friday next, (3M aadJBd inats.,) any time after
M ter, and peytnc. the tax tee.
JaBttary 17, MS?. MHUtTL. SMITH.
Love After Ma-muaoe; and Tliir-
tooa other cheiee Neemitjes f the Heart." By Mrs.
dxftOHjKi: Lee Hextx. CotuaMe la one larpedoode
obaae vsnaane. neatly boaad la cloth, for sao doBar sod
twestty-ave eeotc; or la twovoaaznea, paper cover, for
oaeaaaar. Thi. wort win be leaned by Mr.T. B. Peter
iok, m Choetaat street, Philadelphia, ob the 31st
- SaEEINTKIETa' OmCE, MlM. &TEXK. R R )
Memphis, Jaaaarytiot 1SS7 J
M aot lis. Barraw Jw Sirs : Ton caa saytkroach
she i alaui of yaar paper that on Friday monOastlMSai
iart. we win have at oar Beret eone 40 or M cords of wood
Jer which weoaty wish the coat of getting ft deUvetod at
tMspetat. yf caa Xaiatsh jkoat thte aaieaat dotty no-
M'weeKmaahaOeordc kroaiht so, wet tte at aayiB
ieliaaaal eaaerartte wh eat mar aarhag ap la the aaeas
Years tot traly.
X X. PATRICK, Sap'd.
' By an overateht the followinc ordinance,
waaea was reaa at iae meeuuc or tste uny i;oaacu, oa
Taeaday ahjht, was left oat in onr noae of yesterday :
Be ifeiweiaod bf tke Board of Mwjvr and AUtrmen
e.fae sata ilempku, That toey dj hertby agree afad
wfll aad do ken by p.edgr the nlire property eoaciac to
sate usty Botoenas; on tae atutasipot aad rvolf river.
taowa as tbe - Navy Tard p-oertv," and ail tbe iaa
ptsviaaeata aad appnrtinaaces tuaaing to tbe ucie. or
the reaeaastioB of $150 OOO, f tbe boadt of the Memphis
aeAUttk Roct Railroad Coxpoay, knonaae iac-imebuiKie
aad so be ieeeed by the aaU Memphis aad Little RVrk.
Hails oad Coospany, aavtsn: set more than flffea years
to raa to aaotariiy aad bad apoa tbe taoosae of said
Mad. aad beaiag intereat at tbe rate of 7 per oeat per
acaaai, payobie emi-amia!ilty lo tbe city of Charleston .
Se it farther Oriminfd, That the Hovrdof Mayor and
Alatnam of said city ef Memphis will and do kere'.y
pititaa tk satire revenue ariu f raoa the rents or leases
ef seed Xavy Yard property, or that may hereafter ar.se
lsom tbe same after th waoiaas been loafed or rented
eat tar the payment of the interest that may arcru
nana aaid boodi aattl the matarity of tbe tame, 1 aay
reeeaae shot may arise from amid property over and above
aa emiaat tosart-Bt tapoy the mte eet annaalty npon
riM boade. shall be appropriated to a sinkioc fund, to be
Javesled ansaally m said bonds, and tbe Msyor aad .uder
:moo of the city cf Memphis hereby acieel that for all
sees that tbe city may bare to pay, -either as principal
or aatareet ea said bonds, she will reeled the stock of
siem Moaseais aid Little Rock Railroad Compacy at its
par or face valor, in payment of said advance.
IIay.iciiE. Oa Monday nit;bt last, Fm.
r Hjtrvey Wiiiiams was killed in this city, bv a
stafc from a knife, inflicted by She Wrick,
. Brown, eon of Daijd Srown, of this place.
'4 I'be faiij. as we learn fltem, are about as fol
lows t. David Brown and tbe deceased ban a
fiekc. and were senarate. AfUrwarda. tht
two Browns made a sirnnltaceous attack u;wn
TT.tJiam. th farti-atrisr! hi. --ieK hi
11 . t. "iv. 1
and the son stabbing hint with a knife, infix!- .
lnpa wound of which he died in a few inia-
HWB had he?n arrested, but the
son Bag neo irora josnscc. as we are not per-
sosanr coemzant or tee rcts woicn brousst 1
absvt the unfortanate drfficnlty, we forbear
commont at present Grifin (Get.) Empire
State, Jetn. 1-f.
The Insane Dodge. Thepfea of insaaity
is aow erery day being set up, alike to shield
eriaitials and to break wills. Let a man die,
worth $300,000, havingjbeouealhed half of it to
efearitj, and his heirs and friends find out all
-soras esc queer actions, swear he was insane,
aad fa-ioBj an action to break bis will. If he
had riven the money while living, no questions
woom have been asked. Bat dead and pone,
-Ms aoeaaoo i raked over, and every ineonsist
at or foolish thing he ever did is drawn forth
frotn its obscurity, and printed ia every papsr,
for the sake of adding a few thousands to tbe
wealth of avaricious and ungrateful descen
dants. PkttmdelpkUi Ledger.
Trial of a Slate. Oa Saturday the slave
girl ENen, belonging- to Mr. Groom, of this
partefe, was bronght up for trial before Justices
Walker and Sans, charged with mnrderine a
negro watstaa of Mr. Black's, last month. It
was clearly a case of self-defense, and the girl
The master of tha accused, determined to
have justice done to her, slave though she was.
rmaooved two of tbe ablest criminal" lawyers in
the State to defend her, wholly regardless of
expanse. How many mealy-mouthed Northern
fanatics of tbe Greeley school would hare act
ed Mkewise, had one of their slaves been simi
larly situated? 8fo Ximtt (Xa.) Jicatt.
Isteestiwc Statistics of Lowell. A
correspodeflt of tbe Richmond i?osiirrr fur
iiishos the following intereeti.'uj statistics inre
ketfoa to Lowell :
" While in Lowell I was furnished by the
agent of one of the corporations with the sta
tistics of the Lowell conmrations. The Mer
rimack Manufaaturiof Coeapanv was the first
iescorporated, which was in 1822. There are
ow 12 corporations, with a total capital stock
of $t3,M0,OOn ' Tsrere are 5S. mills, 392,234
splndlM, 11,77? looms. Eigh' thousand eight
haoairedaud twenty females and 4,367 males
are eeaioyed . Two million two hundred and
forty-six tiWusand yards of cotton, SOuOvards
of woolen, 25.000 yards'of carpet, and 50 rags
are moa rfictared per week. Twentv eirbt
f how land f.ree hundred and fifty tons of hard
coal, Straw - bushels of charcoal, 200 cords of
wood, 60,7 17 gallons of sperm and 20,000 gat
)om of hWd oil, 1,469,100 pounds of starch, and
1,545 basR-els of flour are used in the mills in
ooe jumjt. Six hundred and ninety thousand
tade of cotton are used each week. The
' wheels used are the breast, turbine, and a wheel
improved by Mr. Francis. The average wages
of females, clear of board, per day. SB cen's.
The population of Lowell in 1S28 was 3,532.
I 1286 the population was 37,553. The bos rd-is-hoee
belong to the corporations, and are
uepJar the charge of discreet matrons. Sever
eral permanent iron ladders leading from thereof
to the basement of the factory buldim; and com
mimifating with the windsws of each story by
-piatforae with iron-railigs, afford means of es
cafJHgin the event of fire. Tbe whole Merri-
aek river is made tributary to the different
Hoenic ScHArc. Utter- Bmdly Bitten.
Tbe contemptible practice of horning," cr
serenading with horns, tin-pans, and other dis
cordant instruments, newly married people, is
stilt too prevalent in this country. One took
piece in an adjoining town last week, in which
the homer) got the worst of it. A lady, who
fjbad been the housekeeper fcr some years of a
respectable physician, was married to a gentle
man residing 6ome distance away. While sbe-l
was making preparations for tbe weddintr, it
came to her ears that a party of young fellows
were making ready to serenade the wedding
party with tin-pans and horns. She applied
to the Doctor for advice and a proscription.
He gave her a plentiful dose of ipecac, which
she mixed in a cake designed for the uninvited
Tbe night of the wedding came, and with it
the tte-paa serenaders. The marriage ceremo
ny had scarcely been performed before the ears
of the bride, bodeeroom and guests were salu
tod with most hideous sounds from without.,
The Doctor thought it was beat to invite the
eataiders in and treat them, to stop the noise.
He accordingly appeared at the door and no-
teiy a weed tbe serenaders to come in. The
tauon was accepted, and tbe bride, wttli a
iegree of magnanimity altogether unexpected.
froiersd tbe wine and cake with her own
a ads. They all partook and west quietly
away, ashamed of what they had done oon
iauered by kindness. They had scarcely reach
ed haair respective homes before they were
semed with stclgttess at the somach. The Doc
tor, who had put up the prescription, bad a
sot en calls at once, and all his patients appear
ed to be affected in a similar manner. As be
knew what tbe malady was. be, of coatee, did
not give himself any uneasiness. A thorough
emetic no doubt Had a salutary effect, aniline
patients felt better after ejecting the bilej.vfhTcb
had caused their first uneasy Byrapbons. .The
verdict of the decent people in the teetglsbor
beod where this took place was in favor of the
bride Riter(K. II) gseew.- -
Sliawl Pins. . .1 .
- TT7KaaueTr8t4r tids veTi?tari atlMl''--iyV-
janiS J, E XERRIMAN St CO
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF aiEalFHIS.
Tashisgtos, Jannarj SO. Stnatt Procefdlnja on.
Hoaje. Pataed bills tppuprUUng (30,000 for tha pnr-
pese of bnlMlcg a pcnltectrr in KeSnita, and fc
epaota? raHreadi In Onion, 'Kasnlnjton and Minnesota
21t. Simon tea was recalled bj the Corrcptlon Comclt
tee aad ased if any mtinber of Cob situ bad approached
htm, ceBfidtstUHr reqnestlng blm to proenre their Inter'
tat ea any mtatare pendlnj; before tha Home? Mr. Sl-
XBOBlao laid be Bait retpecttnllr persist jn Ms preTleus
aaiwer; no matter irhat partiality I may Incur, to an
awex wobW Involve a dlsnonorabk breni of confidence,
TboPiWtat transmitted a mtsiaie, cncloainc a ccm
EiBBKitton from Gov. Johnson, of Tennessee, offcrlnt to
tke U. S. GoTetaaMat tbo Hermitaie for a branch of the
Afamrakle report was made ta tbe Sexate on the Can
tea sad American Treaty, by the Ce remittee on Fcrticn
New Tore, Jaaaaty 31 . -Jaraei TJarlMi was reflected
as V. S. Sonalor from Iowa br thirty nujarity.
Tke Soetheni mall for Bnrope and California failed to
arrive in time for steamrs to-day.
Ship OrUc, from Cakstta for Bostae, aihare and bill
ed; VaitE. A Ceduran also ashore atHaceTaint; craw
Louisville. Janaary 2f. Tb Kentucky rnow-Ke-
thiac State Conacflin resciea here, day presiding. Ke-
T. Louis, JaBsary 21. Hirer roie 5 feet here In cob.
stoaeace of a Ene 12 miles 11 Ioe stepped opposite
the cUy this ereate:.
$3 The river is flfled with flaatisg ice. There are
alHsa beats aew laid p at oar landing the majority of
which are destlaed for porta above. The weather has
moderated eonstderably, and we may reasonably expect
that ia a lew days aivigattea will be Interrupted between
this city aad Cairo. Tbe river Is still falling at the
Preddert's Island bar there are only 6;i teetef water.
3faaait it tke hud f Mvifalien on the Miulttlppi
13" The Wmifmri H MA ap. She win net leave onr
taadtag aatU there is a ctsaoge of wtatber reported above.
Mr. McLaachlta H her grnttemaaly derk.
13-Tke Siaonit arrived yesterday. She will leave
on FrMvy for Now Orleans.
3Tht steamer .Yrormie left yesterday af ierBoen for
taeGiefeeatCUy." tTe learn lls.t tbe got over the
bar at Prettoent's Istaad.
3Tae JSSafe Frill te win depart te-nerrow afternoon
for Mapojooa. Captain William Wood is her commander.
3" Tbe Ptte Wketitenc Is aow doe. She will, proba
My, arrive tcaight from New Orltans. Billy Hodge re
13-Tke jJsstW Byene Is dse from NajhvlUe. She
may arrive to-dar, or she may not arrive for a week.
N. B. FOREST,
IVo. ST Adams-st, Mempltis, Ten.,
4 MAS just received from North Carolina,-,
twemy-five likely young negroes, to which he5
desires to rail the attention ef pnrchasers.rb
Hewiilbein the regolar receipt f "f" -'-
from North and Soath Carolina every Month, nis Ne
gro Jepot is one of :bemost complete and commodious
I establishment of tbe kind la the Southern country, and
bis reajsiaitoas rxaet ana systematic, cleanliness, neat-
KMMoiin eeing strictly ooeervot ana enforced.
His ana is to f nreiMi to cvstesers A. 1 servants land
flekt bands, eeaad aad perfect la body and mind. Ne-
a fees tasen on eotamieeioB. )an21
239 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS TENN.,
li r -u uaau a very neavj siocx 01 gooas
rrP T a a m a . . . .
ib iibj use or iraae
(eni.:ydraUrs, pbysieiaBs. and others win find it to
JhJ nttrsi, w porckase of then ratser than from
'tke p d ."ofTraie la Memphis demands e, u.
Jtotompete with ether larger cities. We art determined
Q" None bet punctual men or cash easterners need
Kxardcii Seeds. Cron nf IS.IC
DiRRCI from D. Landreth, for ea.e by the paper, dozen,
pcuod. and Lhel, wholesale and retail by
liiil-awjw WA11D K JONES.
Profitable and Honorable Employment
FOR THE WINTER.
PBRSOKS ia town or con a try in f earth of empkyment
as a euu-ce of mcjme, or to flllUD their lelsare hours.
miyh"erot each by enelotirg two staccps, to pay poet-
ate, 10 rroeeteor J atK5 T. IIORNK, Box No. 4,651 New
York Peat efSce. Tbe employment is fitted to either sex
station in life lasraateriil. It is an article of daDy
consumption, and can be manafactared In any person's
dwetnac; second by copyright; rales as permanent as
flour. Aa ageat Is wasted ln every town ln the Union.
A SPRIGHTLY, ACTIVE N EGIIO BOY. seven
teen years old, of good character. Apply at the
A YOUNG MAX, twesty-two years ef age, who has
had considerable rxp-rienoe ia mercantile basinets in
Wet Tenaetee wishes to get a sltaaUea as Book-Keerer
or Salesman in a Cummisaion or Dry Gtcd House. Ap-piya-t
this offlce. Jan20-lw
S3- KnqBirer copy.
ALL ptsea who leased property f-oat the city on
Saturday, tbe 17ih J inoiry. are Betided that the
Leases wil be prepared and ready far them to sign on
Taeeday, the 20th iost
The City Attorney win attend at the Mayor's offlee
from 9 a. :. till 3 r. M., until Saturdar, tbe 24Ui. and
all contracts M lease not dored cn that dty will be deem
ed noil, and tbe property will be leased again, with the
balance of tbe.Navy Yard, at tbe risk of those failing to
iB20-6t THOMAS B. C tRKOLL. Mayor.
"S2S ZFt "7C -iQk. X3 1
Stop the Runaway !
SANA WAY from the subscriber, living six miles
sorthwratof Hernando, Miss., a Negro Man. named
ALBERT. Said Albert is between 2S and 30 years
'old, 6 feet S or ( inches high, dark complected and
quiet: ipuken He wjre off three pairs of Hants, three
scoots, and carried with him two biankets. He was raised
in Halifax, T..;uua, from which place he was brought by
Forrest A Joaes. from whom I nad recently boHgbt him.
i will give the above reward for hi, apprehension and Con
finement so that I can get him.
Jan20-daglm F C. GARTRELL.
IF TULt H.ec?d.
Kfl BA(i3 f.u OsT-e; 10 tierces Rice;
JU i5 tbta Mackerel;
20 desen Garret's Snuff Bottles aad Papers ;
JMbegsB. W. Flour;
90S drams Fists; 25 boxes Ralslas;
16 cases Santinee ;
100 bbls. Potatoes;
36 casks Lsnden Porter ;
26 boxes MaocaroBl aad TerarieWa ;'
26 boxes Claret ; 25 dot White ttini j
168 dotes Bed Corde ; 26 do Brooms ;
26 boxes Garden Seeds.
AWo, Ortacee, Lerneos, Figs, Riislai, Tea, Tobacco,
Sacar, Malaases, Ac. For sale by
J. F. FRANK,
Jan26 . 35 Front Row.
To the P.itrons of the Coramsrclal Hotel
I71ERI.ING very gratetal to a liberal and generons pub
" He for IMr support la whatever b Miches of busl
twss I nave been engsged here, I desire to render my ac
knowledgments mora especially for their support of this
letButiehsBCnt. and for the qniet and good order ray guests
have enabled me to preserve in it.
Thelteeate for retailing epiritnens Honors at the bar
having expired, It will. In deference to the law. be closed
tram and after tbls day. D. COCCRELL,
Jtail-tf Proprietor Commercial Hotel.
Laths and Shingles.
BOGERT ft WITT are still makinc Lathe, and are al
wjyi prepared to supply the public ilth the beet ar
ticle at redaced price. They are al.o miking Shingles,
and will keep a seppiy constantly on hand. MH1 on WeH
river, above the Bayou. july IS, SS-Iy
ClerU's Sale of Land.
"wbVTGnardUn500' j petition to sell Land.
BY virtue of a Decree of the lion. Cirejlt Court of Tip
too County, at tbe January Term, 1E67. in the above
cause, I will ff-r at public sale at the Ceurt House door
in tbe town of Osrlagten, en SATHRDAY, the 21st day of
February .nxt. a tract of Land befenging to said Margaret
K Wilson, adjoining the Lands of Thezia Yarrroug,
J. C. Patten and others, in District Nc. 8, stid Tract
containing 101 teres, more or less.
Tekmi One-halt cash and the balance ln twelve
taontts, with interest from date, the purchaser giving
bond with good security, and a Hen retained. Jaid Land
not to be sold f or le a than 510 per acre.
Jaaoary 16. )8S7. JOHN B. TURNER, Clerk.
TT7J5 keep. every variety of Speetatle that are to be
1 bad In any market .
We have just received a very
larx a adit ion to our stock
J. K. MERBIMAN A CO.
, LI. KINDS We have Jest added bi onr previously
'iff t'ock of these goods.
jiaiC J. E
MERBIMAN A CO.
TN purasasce ot a Deed of Trust, exe:ated to me by
Jaues L. Hill aad John B. HUI, for the benefit cf
Bradley, Wilson A Co.. dated 20tb ot May, 1855, and duly
rerordnl in the Register'a Office of tbe county of Shelby,
aad State of Tennessee. I will proceed to sell for cath, at
r-oWie sale, on tbe premises, at 11 o'clock, on TUESDAY,
Frbruaiy 10th, 1867, the foUewtng dea:rieJ rroperty,
with tbe anprevements thereon, being the North half of a
cr1:n lot fronting cn the East side of Second street,
sevrBty-'aar feet three Inches, running back Eattwaidly,
and at rlchl angles with Second street one hundred and
forty-eight feet six inches, being that certain lot of
ground knawn aad designated on plan or map ot the city
ot Memphis at lot Bomber three hundred and fifty-seven,
open which is a doable three-story brick dwelling house,
together with aD necessary conrtnleeees, Ac.
Tbe title to the above property Is indisputable, but I
wjr convey only such title as is vested In me as Trustee.
AHijAt of jedrDptien Is expressly waited by the terms
ofrbeDjBl ofitTmst. - W. A". JONES,
' Tanse-Bf Trustee.
Mnataarii iffflUlif -lfiflili jii
MEMPHIS MAILT APPEAL OFFICE,
Tntnu.T, January SS, 1B67. J
Cottos The demand was not general onyesterday,
owing to the want of facilities for shipping, aad the sales
10 far as heard from were only 8S5 bales. TTe see no oc
casion to change ocr quotations.
SALts-JatllVc: Hat lIHcj3at llKc; 3 at 13c;
120 at 12MCJ S71 at 13Xc; 2 at lie; at ISHc; 4 at UXC
MEMPHIS COTTOIf QUOTATIONS.
Inferior SK9 i
Ordinary K9 'X
haw Middling.. ..10KOH
Strict Mlddllnx.il 4)12
Fair (scarce). ..1J OHM
MESIFHIS RETAIL PRICES FROM STORE
AT WHICH K.ASTERS" O&DERSABE riLLED.
Bagoiso India, ?yard
RorE Kentuck, a
Bacos Sides, V 2 ,
CorrxE Rio, 9 B
Candles Sperm, t r....t.
Jxonii Superfine, 7 bbl........
s es 50
Lard In kecs, T &
A A) II I
Molasses Beboiled, gallon
Poke Mess, barrel
WnliET Common rectified, 1 gallon..
Sugars Drown, &.
Clarified and White..
SALT Coarse, bag
.31 6001 75
.SI 75(32 00
Fine, 9 bag ,
Kanawha, fi bushel....
Cheese Western, tr.......
ArrLES ft barrel
Eschnngo and Sank lYoto List.
t'OH. rttU.-IX KOW MAIIISO-5T,
xew xorx.. ....... i prem
New Orleans IMprtm
LociiTine et cm, I prem
St.Loals,. ........ 1 prem
New Orleans Hprem I New Orleans 1 Knrem
nennoareiiaa.... 2 ou. 1 ah large upper
Miss. Mut, Ins. Co.. par. Csuntry Xprem
Amencanuoia ixpremmoia 3 prem
suver... 1 M prem 1 surer..... 3 press.
utgnest marxsts rate paid for Land Warrants.
MlMlsarpol Land Scvln fnr sate.
T HATE received lately a very good eecond-hand BOIL-
X. ER. alio. SRICDBN and STAND-PIPE, which I am
aatnerum to sen very low for cash. The Beller is twentv-
six feet 1 jng, thirty -six Inches diamater. two twelve lose
ones. 6. M LEAN, Boiler-Maker.
Jan8-d3nw3t Oppoelte Navy Tanl, Memphis.
Liand for Sale.
ONB HUNDRED ACRES, thirty-five of which
ft To i?sifr1 war! f K In or 11 tsr mrtA alaae V,IIII a.
K?Sa 7'. - .Z' ... -""" -" "'""'"I'l
r-iying on inoaiississinpi ana Tennessee Ralltesd,
vi eleven miles South of MeoDhls. and adfsislnr
Horn Lake Denot. beinxa nart of the Sostheaatonirterof
Section 22, Township 1. and Range S West. Also, the
southwest quarter of Section 21. Towmhln 1. andRaax
o west, lying one-Bail mile from Horn Lake Denct. X
bargain can b had ln these tracts of land. Information
aa to terms, Ac, can be obtained by addressing meat
uernanao, Mist. j. jc CONNELLY.
rpHK undersigned, at preaent representing the bonie
Jl. o: bkei l u ALD WKLL, New Tork, will makr
Ilfral Cash Advances on Cotton consigned to them fof
sal e. Apply at a Front Row, up stairs.
tep27-tf WM. H. HULL
CtOMB very substantial and beautiful articles of this
kind now for sals by ns.
J. K. MRRRIMAN A CO.
Just Received, This Day,
O0ME new Styles of DeLalnes. Prints, Flannels, Ae
O Also, Skeleton and other Hooped Stilts, Bits tie
uens long aaawii, sto. a. baki.nds & CO.,
Janll-lw 233 Main street.
BARNETT & WALKER.
X.CC SACKS Fine Salt, for sale by
ej J J janlT BARNETT A WALSJtR.
BUSIIBLS sound Potatoes, for sale by
JanI7 BARNETT A WALKER.
SACKS Coarse Salt, for sale by
janl7 BARNETT A WALKER.
OLD BOURBON WHISKY, for sale by
JanlT BARNETT A WALKER.
OLD RYE WHISKY, for sale by
JanlT BARNETT A WALKER.
ROPE, for txU by
Janl7-lw BARNETT A WALKER.
Aiiie-size, ah. uu motors.
HAS opened his STUDIO in Clark's Marble Building,
where he will be pleased to see those that wish lo
employ his pencil.
53- Portraits also ralnted from Daguerreotypes and
ON Saturday, tha 17ti, a small POCKET BOOK, con
taining about S150. for which a liberal rsward will
be given on delivery at No. 23 Front Raw
janis-ouw WTNATT A WRIGHT.
Kr McXINNEY A CO. have lately receiv-
l-vi ed a considerable lot of nss FURNITURE
from New York and Boston, to which
they invite the atteatien of purchasers.
at IS2 Main Street, Memphis. Janl7
TJEAUTIFCL black enameled, plain and ornamental
XJ Oak Chamber setts, Just received bv
MCKINNEY B. CO.,
Janl7 132 Main street.
Hallet, Davis & Co.'s Pianos.
bia of ttjcie splendid seven Octave
Piano Fortes, received per steamer Pete
Whetstone, and for sale at Boston prices.
ireignt aaaea, cy
JanI7 McKINNBY CO.
POUND3 new Feathers, fresh from the
country, for sale at
McKINNBY A CO.'3.
rpiHREE or four good MATTRESS MAKERS wanted
1 immediately, uooa wages given, at
ianl7 MCKINNBY A CO.'S.
A NEW assortment Just received.
J. K. ME BRIM AK A CO.
A SITUATION as Beok-Keeper or Shipping Clerk, by a
XV. Young Man from St. Lonls. Good reference given.
redress C. U. MARTIN, P. O.
TAKEN up at ay house, one BAY HORSE,
!23jXleft bind root white. Had on new saddle and
Jann-tf No. 231 Main-st.
DR. K. P. WATSON has removed hit offlce to No.
Madison street, ever A. J. Montgomery's.
ON the night of 25th December, a small ches-
nut sorrel MULB, fourjyears old, marked with
the collar, ln good erder, had one shoe on befere.
efcr. rihad a rope on his neck when he left. Any In
formation left at Cajca'i stable, or to myself, 4 wo miles
norm 01 Jtempnts, win oe inantiuily received, and all
trouble liberally rewarded.
JanlS-dawtf W. DONALDSON-
DR. J. B0RDLEY would respectfully
Inform his friends and tha public that he
has a fine assortment ef Artificial Teeth,
and Is prepared, where the corns are sound
and free ot sensitiveness, Ac, to Insert Teeth on Gold or
surer i'late, in twenty-four hours after the cast Is taken.
Specimens of Teeth on Plate can be aetn at my office.
AH ether operations performed as nsual.
ty Once over Winn's Saddlery Store. Whig Buildlnr.
opposite Court Square. Janl7-lm
JMJUW SU3STA'U Jbri-AJIXra?
ON UNION STREET.
TnE subscribers respectfully Inform their old friends and
ALL the public, that they have opened a new Restau
rant on Unlen street, where they are prepared to furnish
the best oranas mat can ce found in the market, served
In the best Parisian styles. Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds in fact, everythiag suited
to the Saest and most delicate epicurean taste.
Give us a call We have six different rooms for tbt ac
commodation of Private Parties. We will not be outdone
In aay branch connected with onr business.
Janlt-tf DEMPERWOLF A GITTRR.
Trustee's Sale of Real Estate.
In vsrrnanee of a Deed of Trust executed tame
raiiyFn. Walker for the benefit of Wm. Richard-
" we) Pvts .aa alalia wava vh atrial aJ m. ay a la j ,
eighteen hundred and Of ty-flvt, aad duly recorled
la the Register's office ot the county of Shelby, and Sttte
of Tennessee, la Book No. 19, pages Its, 167 end ICS. on
March 21st, 1S55, 1 wUlpreceed to sell for cash, at public
sale, ln front of G. B. Locke's Auctlen Ilaose, east aide
of Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, at 11 o'clock, cn
SATURDAY, the 11th of February, A. D. 1837, the fol
Lot of sS-zroixxxd.
with the Improvements tberesn, to wit: Beginning at a
staka on the east side of Raybnrn street, at W. T. Avery's
(new R. A. Parker's) southwett corner; thence south
with said street four hundred feet and six inches (00
f eel) to a state; thence east seven hundred and sixty-one
feet and six inches (781 K feet) to a stsks on Fark's are
nas; thence north with said arenas four huadred feet and .
six inches (400 H feet) to a stake at the said W T. Avery's
(Bow r.. A., carters) soutneast corner; tueace wiin saia
TV. T Avery's (now e. a. rariersj eoutn line, west
seven hundred and tlxty-ena feet and six inches (761 H
feet) to the beginning, containing 'seven acres (7 acres);
being the north halt ef Lot No. 1(9, laid off by Willongb-
by Williams, aeuth ef and near the city of M'mpblt, ana
the same that was deeded to Wm Joyner by n. L. Guion I
onthslddsyet April, 1S52, aad registered ln the Regis-1
lirillAL. si tuu; waaij, una., ia JKna iv, pafcca.iu, I
304 and 305, on the 7tk day ot May, 1S52, and also deeded
by Wm. Joyner ta Wm. Richardson Hunt, cn the I til of
January, 1831, and by said Hani deeded to Wm. Walker.
The title to the above properly Is undisputed, hut I
convey enly such title at Is vested in me as Trustee.
Equity of redemption Is waived by the terms ef the Deed
ef Trust. J. D. WILLIAMS, Tret tee. '
Memphis, January 10th, IKTJ-Janlltdt
THE flnest.famlly medlrtre in the world, and are re
commended to all who suffer from disrates of the Lirrr
and Stomach, as they never fall to cure these diseases.
Ss'.d at the manufactories. No. 80 Maiden Lane. New
York, and No. 244 Strand, London; and by all druggists,
at 25c., 62XC., ana sj per pst or dox.
Oil ! Ye Bald-Keaded.
WE Invite tbe attention of those who are bald-headed,
and those who ate afraid of becoming so, to the adver
tlsement of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative in to-
dsj'spaper, W are not ln the habit of puffing every
quack nostrnm that Is adrerttied ln our paper, bat we
feel it onr duty, when we come across an article that Is
good, to let the people know It. We have no fears of
having soon to " send under bsre poles, " and therefore
have not nsed the Restorative, but think, It thectr
tificates of honest men can be relied upon, that It must
tea first rate article. Try it, je nhoe natural wigs
need rejuvenation. RockvllU Rtpulllcan.
To be had of O. J. Wood k. Co., 114 Mvrket street. St.
Louis, and of druggists generally. janC2 djwSw
SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS,
I . . ,, .
10 Dm 11 ahl UJ ClasUUi aa 1 rswsut a sasao vt
TO BE DRAWN FRIDAY, JANUARY CO, 1S57.
On: Prlxe of S10,000
Two Prises ef 81,000!
Ac. dee. Jsc. ate. ate.
Koro than Orto Prlie to Evory Ten Ticketi,
Whols Tickits, $16; nalves, $S; Quarters, i;
Eighths, $2. Address orders for Tickets to
S. SWAN & CO., Atlanta. Ga., ar
S. SWAji aionigemery, Aia.
Fer particulars, see Scheme in another column.
AHEAD OF THE WORLD!
THE CRY IS STILT, THEY COME.
PARK & PEPiOW,
23.9 TtTft-iTTt, Stresot,
ARE making thw flneat riCIUKES In the world. All
we ask Is far you all to call and examine them for your
made only at the Star Gallery. Janj-datw
Wiu. A. Batclielor's Hair-Dye.
GRAY, RED or RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and Natural BROWN or 5 LACS, without the
least Injury to hair or skin.
Fifteen Sledcli and Diploma have been awarded to
Wax. A. Batciielor since 1839, and over 80,000 appli
cations have been made to the hair of his patrons of his
famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair and whis
kers Is ncjsst, as It would be against covering a bald
head with a wig.
Wm. A. BATCnELOR'g Hair-Dve prodaces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and la warranted
not to Injure ln the least, however long It may be con
Made, sold or applied, (ln nine private rooms,) at the
Wig Factory, 23J BroadwayNew York.
Sold ln all cities and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
S3T The Genuine has the name and address upon a
teei-piate engraving on four titles 01 each Dome, or
WILLIAM A. BATOHELOR,
233 Broadway. New York.
ry For tale by 3. MANSFIELD & CO., and DruggleU
HUMES! HIDES 1 HIDES'.
100;000 Hides Wanted !
FOR which we will pay the highest market price in
We also bny RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAR SKINS. In fact, any Skins nsed by TAN
NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the niGHEST CASH
PRICE. GEO. FHILLER A CO.,
novl2-6m 73 Front Row.
W. E. MILTON,
26 Madison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME Or THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in tho United
Exchange and Roto Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of all
SOTES A7CD BILLS Or EXCIIAAGE.
sniPriNG, RECEIVING AND DISCU ARQING
AND STEAMBOAT AGENT,
A'O. 3 BANK AYEXUE,
WILL attend fslthfuny te all business entrusted to his
HAPPY AKD GLORIOUS IIEWS !
The greatest wonder ot the world has at last been dis
covereda specific in disease DR. SLEDGE'S NER
VOUS TOXIC, for the cure ot Chills and Fever, and a pre
ventive to all grades of Fever, as well as a cure. It has
been fully tested for tha last four years, and It Is now I
conceded by scientific men to be one of the greatest dls
coveries known to man. This will be, disputed by thou
sands, no doubt, but il it so. Read, look, and Judge for
Fifty thousand doUart win be paid to any person who
will produce Its superior. Tbt Medicines can be found ln
all the Drug Stares and towns throughout the entire
Wett. J. M. SLEDGB.
Memphis, October 4, 1856.
This Is to certify that we have been selling large quan
tities ot Dr. Sledge's Celebrated Remedies, and take
great pleasure In recommending them to the aQicted as
possessing renarkable prcperties ln controlling the dis
eases for which they are recommended, and we have no
hesitancy In giving our testimony ln favor of their supe
riority over other preparations for the same diseaset, as
they seem te give universal eilliraciiou to all those
who use them.
Mansfield A Co., Druggists.
Peyton A Harbin, Druggists.
Ward A Jones,
nenry Wade, '
W. M. Shelton, '
G D. Johnson, "
Candler A "
R. Joyner A Co., '
THE OHL.Y MEDAL. AWJRDED
BY the New Y)tk Exhibition to the English or foreign
Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst numer
ous competitors, by LEA A FERRINS, for their
whereby further testimony Is afforded ot Us being the
best Sauce extant.
The celebrity of this Sauce has extended to e very quar
ter of the globe, and its efflcacy tn promoting the general
health Is becoming dally more observed and acknowledged.
In the United States It U held to be the most agreeable
condiment, and is esteemed for its tonic and Invigora
ting properties, its habitual nss enabling the stomach to
digest the food.
OntheCentlnentof Europe, these qualities have been
testified to by a gentleman, who writes to LEA A PER
KINS thus : "I have carried a bottle of your Worces
tershire Sauce ln a tour I have Just completed through
Spain and Portugal, and believe I owe my preseatstate of
health to its use; your Sauce Is stomachic, and I think
medicinal. I can with truth say there is nothing in a
traveler'sbaggagesotssentlaltohlt comfort, at least ln
these countries, asyeur Sauce. "
-ln India, also, where it is found at the mess ot every
regiment, a medical gentleman writes from Madras to
his brother In the same profession at Worcester, in the
following terms: '-Tell LEA A PERRINS that their
Sacra la fclrhla- anTtrnvrd In India, and that it la. In civ
opinion, the most palatable aa well as the most whole-1
terns Sauce mafie." 1
Thls Sauce is suitable forevery variety of dish, and the
Universal demand which Its excellence has created has
led to many Imitations being offered to the public, under
a variety ef names, but tbe gennlne may be known by
the names of "LEA A PERRINS" being impressed npon
the patent metallic capsules, or patent glass stopper of
the bottle, as well as tbe labels and wrapper.
Sole Agents tor the united states.
JOHN DUNCAN A SONS,
ap!2-ly 405 Broadway New York.
T"ra id orton t to Fom Jot3
DB. CHEESEHAJTS PILLS.
THE combinations of Ingredients ln these Pills are the
result of a long and extensive practice. They are
mild ln their operation, and certain ln correcting all ir
regularities, painful menstruation, removing all obstruc
tions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain In
the side, palpitation ot the heart, disturbed sleep, which
always arise from lnterruptloa ot nature. They can be
successfully used as a preventive. These Pills shonld
never be taken In pregnancy, ar they would te sure to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and
free from anything injurious to life or health. Explicit
erections, which should be read, accompany each box.
Price $1. For sale ln Memphis by
S. MANSFIELD A CO,
G. D. JOHNSON,
WARD A JONES.
C3- Sent br man by enclosing si to Dr. CORNELIUS
L- CHKESEMAN, No. 1F2 Broadway, New York.
WHO has had twenty yeara' experience ln Alabama,
withes a situation. He has two good Field Hands,
a Negro Man and a Negro Woman, to go with him. Ad
dress Appeal OrriCE, Memphis.
A PLANTATION en the Mississippi
river, sixteen miles helow Memphis, ln
Arkansas, adjoining the one upon
.which I reside. Said tract contains
1300 acres. 800 of whlrh la .h.i th
highest overflow, irresDenive of the lavn anil in. r.l.
aue (tiu; prsiectea ry faia levee.
due MI0) protected by tald levee. 1IB aire, of ihia ntare
are la cultivation, (having been since 1812,) wlih 260
uiiwui. xiuuia iu JXlglllsippl one mile. If
early applle-.tlon be mads, this tract will be sold low.
Possession given Immediately. For further particulars
refer to J. M. Shaw A Co.. Memphis ; J. Hawkins, of
Helena, Ark., or B. W. Hulbcrt, on the premises.
VIRGINIA W. COLLINS.
ALSO, two other Tracts in said county, with lmerove. I
mentof 20 acres. Janl0-2w -r V. W. O.
5-EagU and Enquirer copy, S
ITS THREE GREAT BEAUTIES.
TTtlRST Thev are more brilliant, and win never fade.
J? SECOND They can be taken equally as well. If not
better, in cloudy as clear weather.
THIRD There can be given to the Impression on the
Japaned surf ace an artistic effect and finish that cannot
be produced on any other surface knoan to the Photo
Remember I ThatW. n. DeSHONG. 1SI Mala street,
has the exclusive right of the city cf Memphis for the
Ueal'o makes Amhrotypes, Dtgnerrrotypes, Flouro-
types, Celereotypes, Titaneotypes, Photographs, .c. ic.
mWBJ 79L9 7Br3TrrW TTWSP
Opttcian, Watch fllaker and Jeweler,
Msditon ttrttt, btlwten Slain and Front Row,
OPPOSITE THE CIT1ZEN3' BANK, MEMPHIS, TENN.
T ESPKCTFDLLY announces to his friends and the
JX pusllc ln reneral that he has permanently located
himself at the above stand, where be may constantly be
found, ready to give attention to those who may favor
mm with their patronage. I will always have on band
a splendid atiortment of various improved Spectacles
also a variety of Waahes, Clocks, Jewelry, Ac. Re
pairing done ln every branch of the business at abort
notice, and warranted. Jann-cuwawiy
TUST received, a splendid assortment of various kinds
j ot improred hmsTACLKS.
Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Madison Street, between Main and Front Row,
Opposite Citizens' Bank, Memphis, Tenn.
There celebrated Glasses are grosad on the eitrt crln-
form, admirably adapted to the organ of sight, can be
day or candle light, with perfect ease to the eye, and
never cansts that gletfiness ot the head, or palafnl sen
sation In the eyes, that many expertenos in nilng the
common Spectacles, but itrengthen and improve the
sight, as wui he seen from tbe following testimonials:
From Hon. A. Johnton, Cor. of Tenn.
Ma CMcllep Sir: Having tally tested the merits
ot your Improved Spectacles, I do net hesitate to say
that they excel any I have ever tried, and find the peeu-
nar manner tn wntcn tuey are ground, oeviatea tbe pain
1 nave irequenuy expertencea in aiog other spectacles.
Front Dr. Barton, of New Orleant.
Knoxville. Tens., Jane 2Slh. 1SS6.
Hit. 0 Mt'LLER. OntiClan Dear Sir: Tbe Slaaaea van
have prepared for me exceed Indistinctness and brilliancy
of vision any I have ever used. Tbe principle of a focus
aceemmeoated te every motion of tbe eye. ia invaluable.
as it prevents fatltne to tbe organ, and does net impair
vision. Tbe beautiful transparency of the glass, with its
great hardness, gives a durability which is ia valuable to
these having a constant dementi for them.
These improvements are recommendatiens for their Die
highly meriting public patroaage.
Very reipectf ally, year obedient servant,
G. H. BARTON, M. D., of N. 0.
from Hon. A. HcClelland. Ex-Member of Congreu,
Mr. C. McLLEXt Sir: I find your glasses to be far su
perior to those in common use. A. McoLLLLAND.
From Hon. II'. 11 Humphreys, Juice of the Federal
court, l cnneuec.
I have tried Mr. Mailer' spectacles. I consider U.cm
altogether superior to the spoctactee commonly need.
W. It. HUMFIIK2T3.
From Saal. R Redgert, Senatorfrom Knoz and Roetni
couniiet. l enncuee.
Mr. C. Mulled. Sir: I take great pleasure in staling
the public that I am using yoorlmproved Spectacles with
perfect aalisfactlon, both by daylight and candlelight. 1
consider them a valuable Improvement.
SAM. R. BODGERS.
G. H. Kyle, Jackson, Tenn.
Tbtmas GameweH, Jaeksoa, Tesn.
Hon. John Read, " "
V. S. Wood foil:, M. D., Cotton Grove, Tens.
W. W. nawklns. BrownsvtUe, Tenn.
Wm. O. Bruce. M. D., " "
Mayer A. M. Shaw, gomervHIe, Teaa.
Wm. II. Potnitxter, "
The Spectacle Lens In common use, terrae doable con
vex, hive bat one focus, aad thatbeiagin tbe centre, ad
mits of a perject vision only through the centre. Now us
tbe eyes, ln rtlllnr firm side to side, depart from thl
point, it Is affected by the distortions Incident, and occa
sions in week eyes fatigue and pain, and in strong eyes
a more frequent cha-ge of glass for thoie of higher power,
than is caused By tbe simple r.atteniug of tbe eye by age:
or, tense the language of maBy, they make tbe eye groe
older. Could the glass be attached to the eye, so asti
move with It, or the head be made to turn and accommo
date tbe sight, while the eyes remain fixed, the donbh
convrx lens woold not be to objectionable. But as neither
of thee plans could be very well accompli ihed. an easier
method to remedy this important defect in all hitherto
construe rd helps to tha defective human vision is desira
ble. This end is obtained ln these glasses which, hiring
not only central focus, but, for all practical perposes, one
throughout, the objection above named la obviated, as they
will enable the wearer ta perceive objects at every angle
of vtsisn, with all the correctness of tbe natural healthy
Strayed or Stolon,
FROM the subscriber, at LaG range. Tean., on
iNMiV-I the night of tneS3dof December Isst. an IRON
1LZZ2GRAY MARE, about sixteen hands high, four
years old last spring. She has a small lump on her with
ers, ahaut the size of a large marble, caused by the sa-tole.
S je was shod before when she left. Ne other marks re
membered. Any Information will be tbaBkraUy received
and lib-rally rewarded by thi sulxeriber.
LaGrange, Jan. 10. 1857. II. H. FALLS.
GOLD PENS I Morton's 1
8 OLD PENS! Rtgley's;
uold rrofsi Rapp's;
GOLD PF.NS 1 Superior Petals :
GOLD TENS I Short Nibs;
GOLD PENS 1 Long Nibs ;
GOLD PENS! Small Site;
GOLD PENS! Medium Site:
(SOLD PENS ! Large Sire;
GOLD FENS! Engrossing;
GOLD FENS! Mammoth;
GOLD PENS! Smooth and Ey Wrietac;
GOLD FENS ! Warranted Petals;
dec23 J E. MERRIMAN'ACO.
A GOOD COOK.
-a TAT be had by app ying to
Corner of Exchange and TMrd streets.
TWENTY Tbostapd Havana Cigars ln store and for
mrV27-tf BO YD it ANDERSON.
T7HFTEEN Thousand pesnds Goshen Batter in rtore and
A' for sale by
nov27-tf BOYD AANDEESON.
BOXES Fresh Cheese; forntoby
St. B. WILLIAMSON.
R. F. L.OONEY,
A TTORNEY Ar LAW. OOee ever C. W. Cherry A
XX Co.'s. JanS-tf
Farm for SaSe.
FIVE HUNDRED ACRES (or any number be-
inai anu 4W) 01 nrsi rate aaeioy couniy
EjrvaLand, fourteen miles from Memphis, os the
.Plank Road, five miles fast ef Raleigh, and
about 1 K fton Us km Depot, beautifally situated, well
Improved and in fineoondltion for making excellent crops.
Come and look at the place you w.ll b pleased with
the Improvements as we 1 as with tbe Land. Good Dwel
ling, good Cistern, good Well, good rich creek-botaom
fleds, good everything. Come quick, and yea shall have
a good bargain. u. n. uahiijsit.
Valuable JLai3tl for Sale.
I OFFER for sale a valuable tract cf Land, situ-
ated In Fayette and Haywood 00 amies, containing
i about 1500 acrra, belag tbe tract of Land en whkh
B B. DeGraffenreid resided at the time ef hit
death. The Land will be divided to suit purchasers. It
is situated near tbe Memphis and Ohio Railroad, and Is
regarded as eoual to any tract ot the iae la Fayette.
Purchasers are invited te come and examine it. Terms ot
sale will be liberal. Aiply to me at my residence ln Fay
ette, or to Calvin JoBes, or W. A. Williamson, at Setaer-
Tine. 11. . DEUBA rE.NKEiu, Kxeeutor.
MEMPniS INSURANCE COMPANY,
T. W.Wilkinson, Pres.; Ben May, SOC.
OrriCE OH JEFFERSON STREET.
n. O. WALKER, Sam. Mosbv,
Q. O. Atkinson, T. W. Wilkixios,
W. B. Greenlaw, T. H. Allen,
J. J. BAWLinat.
Extension Dining Tables.
AUOGANY, Oak and Walnut Extension Tab'rs,
from ten to fourteen feet long. Just received and tor
sale low by
no vlS Mt KINNEY A 60.
AND for sale low to the trade
20 hhds. Brown Sugar;
100 sacks Rio Coffee;
15 bales Dundee Bagging
100 half soils Rope.
DOUGHERTY A A'
TAY be had for a few gentlemen, also a good room for
a family, by applying early to
Corner Exe ange and Third streets.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
t3ronoral Tinnd -a3wsoiit.
WILL attend personally to the locating of Swamp Land
Scrip and Warrants In tbe Jacksonport and Helena
Districts, selling Land and paying Taxes.
B Graham, Mernphls.Tenn.; A. 5. Haey, Little Rock;
R. C Brlnkley,
MaJ T. Mull. Miss
w. at. toiwen,
F. Lane A Co , "
H. P. Coolidge, Helena. ;
J. Norton & Co., N. O.J
J. A. RoBsseau, LaGraage,
W. E. Butts, Lawrtneevllle,
Pool A Watson, Jacksonpart,
Myrtle A Moore, "
Allen Polk, "
C. W. Board, Jacksonport;
lKf DOZEN Garrett's Snuff ln bottles ;
XeJWIOOdcten " " "pipers:
. n 1. ... . . .... '
iu uuii Bladders,
For sale by WARD A JONES.
A BEAUTIFUL Cottare. with itv rooms. In
the corporate limits, with one and a talf acres
of Land. Apply to
W. O. ANDERSON.
Jant3-tw 215 Mam street.
ADAMS & CO.'S
EXPRESS & ACCOMMODATION WAC0N
G. B. LOCKE takes this method cf informing the
. merchants and the public that he has started an
ACCOMMODATION WAGON, and will be readr at all
times to takenackac-es to'anv nart of the el;v or -vieinltr.
S3-All orders left at his store will bo DromDUr attend-
JkMP COST I
new and seasonable
UOOD3. at actual f oif fcr car.
Owingtoachsngeiuour business, wa , 1
cost for catk and cath onlv. our entire ,tn-y nt rtivi,,.
and Furnishing Goods. As thebuslnrti must be doted
np, and to do so the stock must be aotd.
01 uooas in our line, will una 11 to their advantage to
iuiiuu. a-ftL.Lr.Jt o. JUU.Nbo.v.
No. 3 Clark's Marble Mock,
Jsnl-Jm 272 Malt street.
83" Enquirer copy three months.
CANDEE, MIX & CO.,
offering our card to tbe psblie we tender onr ac
knowledgments, for the very liberal patronage extend
ed ns during the past year, and promise for the future to
fnrnlih our customers the LARGEST, CHEAPEST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS ln the Southern
Our Senior partner will be aonstantlyln the Eastern
market, and will keep cs fully supplied with every desira
ble style of
Staplo end Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Azenta far tome or th h.t brand, tr nn.
MESTICS. OSNABLTRGS. Ac., which weoffir at Fietorr
CANDEE, MIX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS & SHOESs
I r AJKlrJETIiG.
MIEEINERY GOODS, &C,
Jan3-daw3m 225 MAIN'-ST . MEMPHIS. TENN.
NEW CASH STOKE.
ar. X. TATLO ZFL,
184 Mils, at, opp. Worsham House,
PLANTATION, STAPLE AND FANCY!
Men's and Youth's Otetatsg,
Hats, Shoes, Ac, Ac,
Saddlery, Guns, Rifles, Cattery,
Boys' Donate Guns. Fine Tobacco aad Tea,
LOW FOR CASH
To Conaumerf or Dealefri.
FIFTY bMs. Old Rye Whisky aad Bourbon, warranted
pure, in 1 tote and for sale by
BOYD A ANDERSON,
nev27-lf Ne. 157 Main sire.L.
OOfi SACKS choice Irish Potatoes tn store aslfor
BOVn A AIJOERSON.
THE undersigned have opene.! a Carriage Factory en
Second street, between WasbiBgten and Ailarna
streets, where they are prepared te MaBataetare a Eft Re
pair carriages at the shorten notice. Alt work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share of public patrcnage
JaB3- ly -L. S. BURR A CO.
FROM my plantation la Talabusha county. Miss ,
ajj oa anixiay, uie uay ot jsovemoer last, my negro
r-ooy lojtAti, aoont 31 years of age. Isaac is of a
""mulatto color, win weigh 150 or 1C0 pounds; quick
spoken and Intelligent ; Is a wagon maker by trade. I
will gtve a reasonable reward tor bis annrebention Mr
i-esa uok is uaaiaoB, atiss. It. u. SHOOK.
Tatum's Patent Oil-Ground
TJ TTB TTTTrSy 0
From the latest number of the Photographic and Fine
IN the whole history of Art In the production of Por
traits of The highest ordr, no tingle improvement
hat contributed as much as this new process. All that
has been developed by science In the use ot the camera
and the light of thi sun, so wonderfullt successful ln the
Daguerreotype, Aiabrotype and Photograph, have bees
appropriated by this new process to large pictures on the
most perfect and durable of all grounds to receive the
plastic toocn and exquisite tint ot the artist's brash.
Real oil painuoga in oil grounds scon canvas, anch as
hai alwa s been regarded by the misters of art as the
best receptacle for colors in oil, are now readily projuced
with all the truth ot the daguerreotype in delineation,
and of living, breathing, blooming nature ln color, tone
and expression, from the miniature np to that of life size,
with a facility and durability that is astounding even in
this age ot steam, electricity and intellectual progress.
Portraits the slse of life aiy he secured from small da
guerreotypes of persons deceased, with as much truth, and
accuracy aa from the living subject.
Sittings from tbe living object are almost entirely dis
pensed with, and the finished portrait delivered la one or
trodayi from the order.
Tbe durability of these oil ground phetograohs Is in
sured for a hundred years, if desired, as there is ro chem
ical or f jreign matter nsed or introdoced that caa In any
wise afiret the permanency or durability ot the Dtctnre.
the ground being the same as has been most approved
ana that ordinarily used hy artists in portraiture and
landscape; tbe vehicles and paints are also the same.
Mr Tatum. tbe patentee, with a mind well stored with
scientific trath, and possessing an enviable skill In the
higher walks of art, has thus, ln his last achievement.
and the liberal terms offered his fellow artists in prosecu
ting mi new process, not oaiy resected credit upon Mi
native country in the great race ot human progress, but
dene great honor to his own bead, hand and hi art, and
doubtless will receive from an oUlge people the reward
dse his arduous toll and brilliant achievement.
V AUK. fc P E P L O W ,
ARE the only Artists ln the city who maka this new and
beautiful style of Portraits. They have tbe exclusive
rigtt for the city, and all other Portraits mad: upon can
vass by the Photographic process are bat imitations 01
tha original TATUM process.
Many boautlful sp-cimeas ef tbe citizens of Memphis
are on exhibition at the STAR GALLERY, where all are
1. viled to call and see for tbesisalvee Jtn7 Ira
jLots at Private Sale.
I OFFER for ale, upon easy terms, unimproved lota.
121, 122, 125, 126, 103, 104, 131, 132. Improved LoU.
169 and 170 being on the plan ot tabdivlslenof Greenlaw
Safiarrans, Loocey A Keel. G. B. LOCKE,
nov2-tr Auctioneer ana Real Estate Broke-.
Caution to the Public.
MY Pocket Book was lest or stolen from me oa ths
SAoftreUdurlng her late upward trip. Among other
valuables. It contaiLcd several promissory notes. AH
n-rsocj are thetefere cautioned net to trade for any notes
due me, unless properly vouched for.
dec2t-tf THOS. B. CARROLL.
A. O. SMITH.. ..B. r. OUTHBIE....OEO. J. KOTVLAXD.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AGENTS 70 R TnE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
A'o. 534 Main Street, between Second and Third,
JanlS-ly LOUISVILLE. KY.
A. J. WALT & CO.,
WH0LEXALE AND RETAIL
G M O JE M & ,
AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Sontheait Corner of Main and Union Sts.,
HAVE always cn hand a well and carefully lettcted
stock of articles ln their line, which they will sell at
the lowest current prices.
EJ Orders promptly filled with dispatch.
AND DEALER IN
Watches. Clocks, and Jewelry
CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAMS-ST3.,
fO TAKES this method of Informing hit friends,
AvA and the public generally, that he haa moved from
R d,hlsoU stand to the corner ef Main and Adam
aasaJavstrcats, where he will take pleasure in exhibiting
a new and choice lot of J8WRLRY, to those who may
favor him with a call, and will be pleased to execute all
orders for repairs In his I iae. He hopes, by honesty, in
tegrity, and his efforts to please, to gain the confidence
and liberal patronage of all who may fled it convenient to
visit hit establishment.
C5 AH orders for repairing ln every branch of my bo'.
slness promptly attended to. auc21-ly 1
Dry Goods at Wholesale;
TUST received, direct from New York, on consignment,
J of upwards of $30,000 worth ef seasonable Staple
Dry Goods. The go yds being on consignment, I can af
ford and will sell better bargains than ever was offered lr
this city. Merchants and planters, who wish to bay tj
the piece will find to their Interest to examine my stoci
before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE,
novS Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
HANCOCK & CLARK.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale by
Jan9 HANCOCK A CLARK.
BBL3. FLOUR, various brands, for sale br
Jan9 HANCOCK A CLARK.
KEGS NAILS, best Eastern for sale by
JanS HANCOCK A CLARK.
ALL persons indebted to ns either by note or account
will come forward and settle, aa longer indulgence
cannot be glvon. POPE A BBOTOEKS,
Janl-lm 235 Main-it.. Memphis. Tenn.
THE undersigned has a set of the latest Improved St.
L"Uls Steam Saw and Grist Mill Machinery, which
he wishes to sen, either part for cash cr all on time. Any
person wishing to buy the machinery, and has not a good
situation to put the mill up, I win sell him, for mony or
on time, six or seven hundred acres ot as 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-lnch cylinder and two SS-lnch boilers, IS feet long.
All of the machinery Is new and In good running order-
bands for Saw and Grist Mill. My Machinery runs two
Sswt the lower one fifty and the upper one thirty Inches.
This Mill Is warranted to cut one thousand feet of lumber
per hour. If attended to as It should be. Any purport
wishing te buy a mill can get a bargain by calling oa the
subscriber, at his residence, one and a half miles ot Ral
eigh, Shelby county, Tenn.
DR. 1 1 NNER attends exedu ively to Surgical Dlseaies,
au as Piles. Flstnlaj ln Ano. Strictures. Stone in
Blidr, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, Polipus, Diseased
nonea ana joints, oetormltiet from Barni, iialr-Lip,
Contracted Tendons from loss of Lips, Cheek, Nose, Eye.
lids, Ac., Closed Jaws from Salivation, aad all other dis
eases and deformities requlrlni Surgical aid.
"FR. FENNER also attends ta all Diseases of the Eye
jlj ana iir, and is prepared to Board Patlenta from a
K3 Oases on Main street, is Walker's Building, real
deuce oa Coart street. eep20-dtwawlylns
for diseases or the
EYE AND EAR,
AETTFICIAL EYES, &c.)
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East or Commercial Hotel,
may27dw MEMPHIS. TEJIX.
Greennigh for Sale.
ON THE FIRST DAT OF APRIL. IRCT r -m
offer the above well known end valuable property
a. yiuruv on toe premises, if
not before disposed of at private 11U r.Rvcv.
HIGH is situated in the fioarlihlng and pleasant Tillage
of LaGrange, and i xocessiMo from aa parts of the
country, betaglmmediau y on the Mempaia and Charles-
a. ..uciiaumauii iKcyaica uj ine latP lir. J.
Cocke, expreuly as aWater-Oure and Bearding esiabl
llahment, and the very liberal patronage extended Mm
iadarlng the summer of ISIS, and to bia suecei aer. Vr a
atra ocuuwci eoaMiii ot a two-story frame uoxse.
with eight rooms dtniagioom 2S by M feet; twenty-
lve cottage rooms, kitchen, outhouses, stabiei, Ac, all
of which are in fine repair, with new faraitare last year
There are a number ot never-failing Spnags within
tnirty steps or tne Douse, affenang an abandant supply
of the purest water. There Is also a One Chalybeate
spring within a qnarter of a mile, which will be sold
with the place. The lots contain eighteen or twenty
acres, with fine garden, orchards, shrubbery, Ac Tbe
arraBgerjarnts for Water-Cur-, inch as baths, Ac, are
ample asd complete.
Teems or Sale. One-third cash; balance in one
and two years, bond and approved secsrity, and a lien
retained en the property.
Persona wishing to purchase can obtain aay informa
tion they may desire by addressing me at LaGrange,
Tenn. K. WINSTON.
LaGrange, Tenn., Jan. 9th, 157 Jasll-wtt
Eagle and Enaairer. LoaisvtHe Jearnal and Clevr.
land Plain Dealer, copy twice in Dally aad Weekly, and
send bin to Appeal efSce and papar to Cel. E. Waaetee
It 33 2V-X O -Cr A. Xj
NEW DRUG STOKE.
i WS take pleasure in Informing 'he citizens of
Memphis and the public gcaerally that we have re
moved our atock of Droga to the corner of Mam and
Uaiea streets, and will take pleasure ln aceemmo-
datiog all who may favor ns with a call.
We are also in receipt ot a fail sspply of fresh and gen
uine Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Pert amery, Ac.
Particular attenuea paid to filling ot Prescriptions at
all hours of day aad ntgat.
dec31-tf R. JOYNER A CO.
Corner Main and Jackson-sts.,
THIS well known Hotn-1, having changed hands,
and been thoroughly repaired, and provided with
new Furniture, is how open for tbe accommoda
tion of Beardera and Travelers.
The public may reatassand that every rxertiea will
be made on the part of the Proprietor te reader this
Boose lecoBd to bobc ia West Ttaaessee. Having active
asd attentive strvaats. aad a taMe always tarnished with
(tubntthoiintrT arCa-rda. H. uatkntlr ..It., I
giving entire satisfaction to aUwbo may favor him with
their patronage. WM. K. BENNETT,
EJ Enquirer copy.
Thos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
T HAVE for sale the Residence aadJS3K acres ot land
X beteaging to Thomas Peters, 3sq.', lying oa the State-
Line scad and the 3lempnie and Charleston Railroad, 21
miles east of Memphis, at Bray'n Station The improve
ments consists of a dare ling, but t in Gothic Style, 9 large
rooms and 2 small ones, with closets, store rooms, Ac
Kitchen, 2 servants' rooms, cittern, well, stables and
barn, carriage house, wagon shed, Ac, Ae In short, it
is one of the best improved places in Shelby county, all
new and ln perfect order. I will tell the improvements
aad 83 K acres of land, or aa together. It desired, I will
sell the stock ef tbeep, begs, and cattle, corn, fodder, oats
and pork, slaughtered and packed ia the smoke house. A
bargain will be given. Apply to Thos. Peters, on the
premises, or to G. B. LOCKE,
dec 21 Auctioneer ana Krai .Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon good terms, the termer Resi
dence of C. F. King, Esq., lying on the north tide ot
the new State-line road, a mile and a half east of the
city. The tract contains 11 acres, and Is Improved with
a small residence of three rooms, well and other Improve
ments. Also, four acre wood lot, nearly opposite. This tract
is within three quaaters of a mile ot a good church and
lchoo, and is in one of the best -tnd healthiest neighbor
hoods ln the vicinity of Memphii . G. B. LOCKE,
novll Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Piano Fortes for Sale.
I HATE in store. Just received direct
from New York.. TWELVE PIANO
FORTES, from 6 1-3 to 7 octave, of supe
rior finish and dtierent styles, some brine:
inlaid with Pearl. They will be sold at greatly reduced
prices. This presents a most favorable opportunity te
purchase a superior Instrument at a bargain. Terms
made to suit purchasers. O. B. LOCKE,
dec-13 It Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
THIMBLES! From No. 1 to No. 12;
TniAiBLKS! Oped and Closed Top;
THIMBLES! All Silver;
THIMBLES ! Steel Top;
THIMBLES! Gold Octagon;
THIMBLES! Geld Embossed;
THIMBLES I Gold Engine Turned
THIMBLES! Engraved GoM; -THIMBLES
! Chas'd and Plain.
An excellent assortment ot the above eanfalwarabe
found at oar store, and especially at this time.
accn js . MERBIMAN A CO.
A Great Yaricty
OF Goods such aa are generally kept ln oar line of the
most beautiful styles, suitable tor
aHof whlshwe are soiling very low.
aTC'S J. E. USRHlUAtf A CO.
WE have for sale a tew ot these curious Instruments,
which, by the entirely Bool principle of their opera
tion, cempteteiy puzzle alike the philosopher and the
unthinking; no one has yet been able to account for the
cause ot the motion exhibited by these Jokers, which
seems to set the law ot gravitation altogether at defiance.
Yen have douHlees witnessed spiritual manifestations
and puzzled voir brains to account forthe phenomena;
here is something equally mysterious on whkh you msy
study at vainly U understand the cause as on the sub
ject tf Spiritualism. It you do not believe, come and
see for yourselves and yon will acknowledge that it is the
most mysterious development ot mechanical laws yoo
have ever seen or hsaid of.
dec23 J. Z. MERBIMAN A CO.
tjflempliis and- OJilo
Daily Through Route to Nashville.
KEW ARRANGEMENT MADE,
PARTICULARLY TO ACCOMMODATE THE CITUJIN3
ON THE LINE Or THE ROAD.
Two Daily Trains Each Way.
TRAINS will run on this Road aa follows until far
Mall Fasssnger Train laavea EtowhitUm dauy (Sundays
excepted) at 7:30, A. 31., and arrives at M acapnia at 10:40
Returning Leaves Memphis at 3 o'clock p. at., and
arrives at Brownsville at 6:10 p. at., connecting at Ma
son's with a line of Hacks for Gov in? ton, and at Brewnt
viBe with Fortane A Norwood's line of Stages to Nash
ville, via Jackson aad Cotnmbia, and running ln con
nection with the Alabama and Tennessee Railroad.
Rutbertord'a tri-weekly line ot Coaches leaves Browns
ville every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, at 6 A. at.
for Nashville, via Trenton, McLemoresvllla and Hunting
don, connecting also with a line of Stages to Paris.
An Accommodation Train .leave. Memphis daily
(Sundays excepted.) at 7 o'clock a. sr., and arrives at
Brownsville at 12:30 r. St., connecting with the Stage
Returning Leaves Brownsville at 1:30 r. at., and ar
riving at Memphis at 6:45 p. M
By this arrangement, people living on the line ot the
Road, having business at Memphis, can come down ln the
morning, have three or Joar hours to attend to It, and re
turn In the evening.
Passengers can remain tn Mimphis until 3 o'etcck on
Saturdays, and go to Brownsville, anettay over night,
and go out on Sanday morning on the STagc at 6 o'clock
to Nashville, etc.
Through tickets for Jackson aad Nashville to be had at
the Worsham Houss, Memphis.
No Trains on this road on Sunday.
novt9 HENRY COFFIN. Snpt.
E. DASraEiLX. & CO.,
For tbe Sale, Storage and Shipment oi
HO. 6 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXJf.
ALL orders for Bagging, Bale Rope, Groceries, Provis
ions tnd Plantation, 3uppfles, tilled carefully and
promptly, at the lowest current rates. augl-wly
f S. H. DtTNSCOa.'B,
STRATTON, McDAYITT & CO.,
GROCERS AND GENERAL.
. NO. 70 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL consignments Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Agects for"GRISWOLD'S" celebrated COTTON
We continue te Store and Sell Cotton at FIFTY CENTS
On hand, a large stock ot Power-loom and India Bag
ging. Machine avd nand Rape, torether with a heavy stock
of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wc
will furnish to our customers at the lowest market prices.
autl2wSm 3., McD. A CO.
I nAVE three HOUSES and LOTS to rent for
the present year, tituatnl ln the Northeastern
part of the city, on what Is knoan as Winches
ter Avenne, It being the property upon which I
new live. For a more particular description, and for
closing the contract of rest, call on Major William Ruf
fin, at the Gas Office. BOB PRICE.
Leaves on WEDNESDAY, iilst, at lOeeioe&A. St.
For Cairo and Louisville,
WOODFORD James Mather. Master.
U THIS spleadld aad fast raaaaag paa
flA tenger packet, kavasg naearnassed ac-
eommedsUeas.will leave aa above. For
freight or passage apply ee beard.
Ilcgalar aicmnnls and flliite
P. MAINGAULT, Master -J. F. BOOKER, clerk.
THIS fast rsaaiag, f rebjht sad aaen
ger packet, win leave Memphis for Jack-
frmTMWt &Bd kit tatuwwJLito fafyhnnl
1 every neoaeeaay, at 4 o'eiecx, r. at.
For freight or passage, apply en beard or te
W. W. HODGE, Arest,
dec30-3at No. 3 Bank JwiHf
18G6. :::::: 1SS7.
aiosES mcLELLoar &. supekior.
James F. Smith, Haster.
EEGTJLAR TJ. S. MAIL PACKET LIKE.
i. ON the resurapHoB of
navigattea a Use of first 1
class packets wDl
menee their regular trips3
betw.-en Memphis, Cairo aad LoBiartUe, cawnectiaic at
Memphis w;th the New Orleans packet Uae, at Cairo
i with the Illinois Central Railroad, and at LeclsviBe with
1 Um Louisville and cinctnnaM packet line,
tk..- tin.i. meitm nn and fsmiabMi la rirt
with every regai-d for the comfort aad convenleaee of
I psssengars, are ofSeered by earefal end experienceat men,
I who, by strict attention to bastaess, hope te maxtt'ho
nMm-, ami nilmnufor t&e TMlblie.
LAVALLBTTE A MORRIS, Agents, MejiasWe.
ocSI BENEDICT A SON. Agents, LoatsviBe.
Ragte and Baqairer copy.
TJ. S. "RTATIs PACKET,
tit r--n-.v - n
1 Ueiena, ItVLfS ItMlltj. LaCODia & lOBfa,
enp-caTT-fe TT A Tr TPtCtrr
1 S A,AiUA.lt. IAA t-A, t ItlSilijA.,
1 JOHN T. SHIRLEY, Master.. ..WM. T. WOOB, Qatk.
W THIS new, spreadtd aad fast steamer,
sO havtri been parchased tor the Packet
Tradr in place of the James Laigatm.wul
'continue -retrulartr la the trade, leaviax-
Memphis every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 2 o'tnack p.
1st., punctually, eonnectinc at NapotVon wttli Wbtee and
Arkansaa river boats, taking fretsbt aad passes-pars ta
White river at regelar rates. Retanaiag, a-aves Napo
leon every TUESDAY and SATURDAY, airtvaVag a4Mn
phte Sunday and Wedntaday evenasgf .
Thankful for former patronage, the ewaers nape to
merit a coBttaaanee of the arao t their aw beet, ptro-at-Ma;
strlot attention to b-asta-t.
LAVALLETTS A MOBStS, Aaeata.
Notice to Shippers. The ' Frtsbee" was, ttttr
freight aatU one e'-deck ob Mondays, and sharing tha en
tire day Thatsday t, and antil one o'clock Ftadaps.
MEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS
to aoreminodate the pat-isc. the u Basal aad
masters of the Packete berelotore in the Wadabistweesi
the two citaea have organized a Company to ran a Trt
Weeki) Line ot Packets between Memphis and New Or
leans', aoder the name aad style of the
Memphis and New Orleaus Packet Co.
"The Boats composing tbe Line are all ot the first eta is,
inferior to none in the West or Sooth for speed, eomiert
aad safety. They wtU leave each place every Monday,
Weanetday and Fri4f, at 3 o'clock p. at.
farftcttter attention sc-eH tefoid to way bvtineet.
NEBRASKA R. Aiex. Itwin, Master.
JOHN SIMONDS .Wm. Wray, Master.
II. E, W. HILL. .Taos. H. Xe-weB. "
r 'iu"J Aratusa,-t.a.
" , ..
"EN FKAJ-.UN. ............ .-St. I.
Shippers and Passengers I
the boats ottbis line.
ay rely en the pBBCtmHty of
A coBtiBBance of the patronage hitherto extended ta
the owners ot this line la reeavcttaiiy eetteoted.
LAVALUtTEK A MO&BiS, Agents.
J3 Office adjoinin; W. B. EWuaeaJ A 0o., eosfMr
Coart s treet and Front Row. tr
I HAVE Jaat received soeae af tteee eje
gant FRitNCH BOOSDOIR HAX4S,
front tbe cejebrsted Ftaao Fftctacy of
" J3rar, " at Paris tad I.iacnaa, andee-
fer them for sale. I keep those ptendtd MUe OHe3A!t3,
called Serapalae, with from tea to thirteen n laps, and all
the latest itaprev stents. These are known hi he the beet
Instruments tor Charehes, Ledges and Staaai Keatsae. All
InstrnraeKia sold by me a.e warranted for ftea ye.
3" Toning asd Xepaurin? ot Piano, Vtothas, Otgaas, a,
Metodeons, etc., etc., done Ins. wiikmaaaike msatyi si
. Q-1 do not protend to give lessens en asy Banshee and
variety cf Instruments.
HENRY G. HOLLKNBBRG,
laaS-tf 144 Hata street.
To Southern and Western Mer
chants. Wolfe's Celebrated Schiedam
Depot. No. S3 Common Street, w Orleans,
JAMES W. LlUBiKE, Agent.
CAUTION TO T1IE.PUBUC
THE whole cocntry le Hooded walk BaaalirfeK and
Imitation Schnapps. This poMsc sneeM be casaantl
to purchase only the genuine article, maMfaetsred aad
imported by UDOLPHO WOLFE, which boa the same of
the manafactarer on the bottle, cork and lebef.
For sale by all tbe respectable Brncxhtts and Steeen
Read 'be eptniesa ot the New York Press.
J. W. BURKE, Asest,
85 Common street. New Orleans.
From the New York Mercary.J
Frandalent Imitations of .Superior Commodities.
Among the many dieaoneaties ef trxie which tho naoaal
sense ot the comnwnMy is called apt a to snap teg,, we
woaid particnlariy net ioe a moi- pernicious aad hsiameae
practice adopted by anacraptUotis dealers, of leaolullBie
and coanterfefttog the exterior appearance and aceten
tnaary labels of pspalar drags, medteaaaeats, and taker
articles of personal csnsnaaptioei, and tans, bf a cat tat
noon the well acquired reputation of as eat rot lathi, taa-
der, palatini OCT most destractive and wwlbseM eaea
ponnds, to the sore detriment not only of theoiaisanter.
bat to the character ot iae huh wan aa expeBoea mane
ands of dollars in bringing tbe Rename artiatt int. es
teem and demand. These petty larceny thieves ace the
nest of all honorable dealers and traders and the tmde
is aa mack highway robbery as the vtoieat apimpHMaMt
of their neighbor's parse; in fact, they are beneath tho
burglar and highwayman a dignity lor these latter
reions exhibit a bravery or recxiessness or mora seer in
nowise distingnishiss the Btereanttle asssetaa who stab
in the dark. And ought they net to be rewarded with a
punishment commensurate with the uwardsee of their
crime? We were led to these remarks by aocMtntapy ob-
servlng a sparions ceBntertett ot uaotpeo wetjes sehK
dzm Schnapps. Tbe labels were imitated perfectly, with
the slight additioa ot a few letters to plead Veebaeei!
aecidanceot the law against counterfeiting; the beanies
were very similar, asd everythta; prepared to Impose
upon a careless parcnaser. aow bos tae man wno
perpetvated this f rand a felon, a robber? Asaredty bo
la ; for. aa Mr. Wolfe has expended large same to bring
his centime imported Schnapps into popalar demand, that
demand may be Justly considered a part of bis eapntad tn
trade, and a fellow stealing a part or n rrpcHaiiea i.s
much a thief as if be had sawn a barrel of his Schnapps
iabulk. And to this dime be adds a farther one of de
frauding the community by giving them a rBJanss artkee
for the money they intended to expend for a eimmodety
in which tney bad confidence. And, farther, every nsaa
who parfclpates indirectly in the fraud, by setting: spu
rious arttclts, is as much ot an eflesadrr a tbe pTtaetpal
who planned the imposition. The remedy ef Mr. Wolfe
should l e ln hi: holding aD concerned ap to the eaattesaot
of the community thus swindled by their eperatteBS, aad
unconsciously Imposed open by ttetr nexieas composi
tions. We trust that Mr. Wolfe wiH obtain names, net
only of tbe ooncoctora of these coanterf cits, bat of every
man offering them for sale, and then publish taea to tho
world ; tor hit own repatatioB and the heelth of thc-cem-m
unity demand that all parties saoojd be naSed to the
pillory ot pcbUc execration.
From the New York Dispatch.
An Infamoaa. Business.
When an enterprising mas ttarta eat a aew ba4se4S,
to the establishment ot which be give, his Indus try, tal
ents and pecuniary means, can anything be mere con
temptible than to have another steal in, aad, aader spe
cious pretexts, hold oat to the pabiic aa Inferior ai Wall,
and endeavor te obtain their patronage? Pray, what
difference it there, so far as the honesty of ta: thaag- ta
concerned, between purloining the baeiness by wMeaa
citizen hopes to make his bread and steaHss: the breed
itself? A common thief, if be takei wttbeutleave, how
ever hungry, hat of bread frocaabaker'a shop, la ap
prehended and condemned ta tbe peaaamHaryfordaiaic
ln a surreptitious manner to appease hit appetite; hart,
put a respectable looking coat on bis back and a few dol
lars ln tis rocket, and he may, with impunity, say, even
with the applause ot his fellows, by knavery, forgery or
other lntamoas means, take the basinets ot an honest
man from him, and ga aajcatbed of Jealke. AR this la
wrong. Some yeara since a gentleman of this cMy
(Udolpho Wolfe) Introduced to the cMisens of tbe United
Statea a medicated article ot gin, which was highly ap
proved by professional gentlemen as a superior teste and
deohstrnent, and the knowledge of which he, by adver
tisement and otherwise, disseminated thtsughoet tke
country. So soon aa tricksters, who pass In the bastce sa
community as honest men, saw that Mr. Wolfe was Hkety
to have handsome returns tor tbe money whkh he bad
expended, they set about forgta! his labeiSand palming off
up n the people detestable and poisonous compounds
which they have the hardihood to caH "Schiedam
Schnapps." Ia some Instances tbey have gene so far aa
to put Wolfe's name to their vtlUlnona Hqaeda. As this
horde are growing bold In their rascalities, it is time tho
public in town and country were put open their guard.
Consumers should be sure that they psrehaie the gena
lne article, or else their health may be irreparably isjared
brnslnc the horrible stuff that antrupulorkh-Ben, be
cause they can buy it cheap, will offer as the genuine ar
ticle. Pure scnieaam acnaapps ran only te obtained at
the stores of respectable druggists and merchants, in
town and country, and at the establishment of Udetpho
Wolfe, Nos. 13, 20 and 22 Beaver street, ln this CMy.
where It Is gotten up exclusively. We think Mr. Wolfe
owes It to hirnseit and the community to poetise, by
same, the raacalt who are thus attempting to defraud
both him and those who would he hlacnstomers. He
should cot pernlt his modesty to bold him back from ma
king so righteous an expose. - oct30-3mia
2,610 AUlilUS Utf LAiNIV
On Memphis and Ohio Railroad.
I HAVE for sale, ln separate tract
lAjip 2,810 acres ot valuable Land, situate oa
Fayette, and Memphis and Ohio BaU
r road. Six hundred aridifarty acres 2H
"miles Southeast of WyihejDepot. twen
ty-five miles from Memphis, considered a No. 1 tsaet,
containing a large body ot rich, dry. bottom.'HS sere (U
cultivation, good cabins and spring water. J Another
tract of 33) acres, near the Depot all beautiful wood
land. And another tract ot 1.230 acres, at tbetroseter
of the Railroad on Loosa Hatch ie, extending; Qoatn as
Bast, most of which is rich tUabie land, and alTeevered
with the finest timber for saw mi lt. Also another
tract ef 340 asres about two maea above, i in itipas j
to reaHio-npon the above laBda, and pnjeasasers arepearn-'
eially Invlted-toseemeatmy resldtnce In the neighbor
hood ot Hfcisry Wythe, when 'they wftt be waited npoa
to examine tho land), and the Mghett Iidncem-otp of
fered. H. B. S. WILLIAMS.
Hickory Sptiags, Fayette county, Tenn.