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THE DAILY APPEAL
SATORDAY JANUARY 24, 1SS7
S" Omr friend Col. Redman has placed us
We are indebted to Captain Smedley,
; ,t5 OWf ate, fsr the prrtent of a "lire turkey. We
west da J as Wee to the taVif hereafter.
iS- We are indebted to the officers of the
iesmW.Yrw Lvcy, .'or t ptcttjo at late New Orleans
ff5?- We invite attention to Mr. Ellis' card
la "aether catemB. It win be wen that be will farnith
weed te an cMsmm at one priet, daring summer and
Anther Wife Whipper Jadge Hill
yesterday teat to the elty Jail tor stxty days, another
"waM wMsper." Oar Recorder ii determined to pcalth
severely all Metv tubffttt.
g"It will be seen bv notice elsewhere, the
psniiuMp beretoiere existing between Dr. Watson
sad KittMto Is dtssetved. Br. K wBl centtBse basinets
at tbe oM stand" ao Union stmt.
B" We are Borrr to lenrn from a rwblica
lata mtOt SB the Evening Xest of yesterday, that the
4HHh lertaaaly indisptted. ' We trust be win tpecdilT
Br a wivate disoatch received from
Hfckman, yesterdsy, we tears tbf Mississippi river It
garget at Ittaad 19, aid at CattnBbes. It It the height
ot fear f tr baits to leave oar part for Cab, with a
knowledge ef these facto.
IKf Mr. McDonald has removed his of-
tee leant Baser the Commercial Hotel to Ho: 3? Front
Row. Be bat taken a partner, asd tbe Srm is bow known
as Messrs. Aixex A McDonald. Ckabxxt Steel.
eaa also he f snad at the same oSee.
Relief Ball. There will be a srand ".Re-
thiBetf BaS M given at Exchange Buildings en next Ttesiiy
night. K is to be hoped there win be a general turn-out
tfaar ttttiens en theeceastea. The ehjeets of tbe prime
'ahfif S-si this affair are inch ceMe sews that they com-war--
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sean'tBefateives. ine managers mf ic sapermmceo
taWsTbill are men whose names do sot appear to print to
ci aotlin with tStlrs t a trivial nature. The extreme
osM wettber, the taSertagt of the ptsr to oar rsWii, we
are sotissW, hare beea tnstrhmental tb promn4!a them
to taxe part ta this matter. Wo hipe their taotlTes will
he aosareotetea, aaa that their repjrt of the proceeds ot
the "ReUef Ball" wffl he socb as to staaien " sjriowtes
hsarts," hi ooraUdot.
Arrest of a Kegxo Stealer. Ob yester-
ay monaac, taeetal pouoe oflesra VHatre, GR-tST aw
Aiees anvito, oa hoard the staameriTMaitriC;, a mas
' SteroasoB. with the oKos o Stecersoti. lie bad
heoa oToroeer !or a seatlemtn aamed FirsiK, resMls;
Bear HaHs Sarlass, XissUstpBi, and Macea thne siire s
to assimiiny htai. Three asies were stoieB, asd tbvs
Bforsaed. StoTeeoa arrived la ear city. He cold tbe
three maiM to Jtr. Seitxlx. Wright, reoriric: $3W
tar them. Thcmales are worth at least $6d, aad the
taot or Ms dispeehK of theas at a prtee far beiow their
TsOae. excited snspkioB, ad prompted to tbe an-est. Ke
tsMthoBerraosthathewoeMUEethemto Little Scx,
Jltkaas. Captate Jokes, of tbe EvanreiBe, aided tbe
testis! y usjai aT Hi Ms power. Stevenson has made a f nl
aiaafedBsB ! his crime, asd wm he Uien te illi
stettoaf forttial. The special police deserR great credit
for maciBS this arrtst. Mr. '"right recovered bis
-isirr. tat -rr Imtt sot Hz. Pircis wtU recover bis
Bolivar, Jan. SI, 1357.
jlBMSS. BaUTOHS Genii: IsiwlnoEesf tfaejlemphls
papers sae ttme ago aawtioeota wan n tar Kiddietan, M
or T rears aht, catttas a foil sett of teeth. I can beat
that sierr. I hare a negro woaaE who say she Is one
haadrtd yean sad, hat sappooed to be aboct Bisety-three,
whoBertrhadatooth in her head sattlwttMB tbe list
six msaohs. Staeethe Srst day of last Aagaot she has
eat as prettra sM at teeth as I ever eaw in any persons
tooath; and, asanover. she caa pact 18 possdc of eottoa
per day, the woe taaad.
I to h tor tha shave, aad stagy persoajoaht the tl atfa
e( K, lot them oante to BottTar, aad I win prove K every
word of M. Very Xespectf ally,
J2TO. H. FCLLEE.
SaciORA Expedition. Tb JUa California,
f tJse 21st alt, has the following paragraph:
It is said that a party is about ready to leave
here, wise toII go in a sailing vessel to the head
of tbe Golf of California, and from there o
to tbe vicinity of the Arizona copper mine, in
the Gadsde purchase, -where they will rendez
YottSj witk the intention of making a descent
SotMra. The ostensible purpose of the
party will be to go to Arizona to settle, but it
is said that they will zo well armed and equip
ped, and that about five hundred of them will
boos leave here.
g" Bhkeil'i Reporter says, it is stated in
one of the Booted papers that within the past
test years, tbe number of companies formed for
wsxkfng copper mines in Michigan has been
about oee hone'red. The amount of money in
vested, calculating the shares at the low avtr
aee ef $5 each, has been about $10,000,000.
The sum has been obtained principally from
Xew England, New fork and Pennsylvania.
eae-balf it: number have collapsed,
having started upoj an insufficient basis, or re
qnrri too much capital for preliminary oper
ation. There ire, undoubtedly, profitable
mines of Copper in Michigan, but copper
stock, both in that State and elsewhere, has
beefi proverbially an uncertain investment.
Agricultural Discovert. A Paris letter
writer states that a scientific gentleman discov
ered two years ago, embedded with some em
balmed bodies, a species of wheat not then ia
existence. In tbe time of tbe early Gallic
kfet?i a certain quantity of wheat was placed
in the cotSns of embalmed bodies. Some of it
was sown, and it yielded from sixteen to twen
ty stalks to a grain, while there was on an
average twenty more grains in the head than in
the ordinary wheat, A considerable quantity
of tbe ancient wheat was sown in tbe govern
ment farm last fall. Great reportB are received
of hs productiveness. Tbe ordinary wheat of
France is believed to be only a defenera
tion of this ancient grain, deteriorated by cen
t nries of reproduction. This discovery takes
Frac! back fourteen centuries for seed wheat,
and it is expected will put her in posseBsiot of
ooe-eiebt toe more agricultural wealth than she
before thediscovery. Bingor Jour
Great Excitement is the Drama The
Lady that was Chased bt Buffaloes in
Xew York Where is Barkum. It is an
nouiiced, in reliable quarters, that Mrs. McMa
boa, the lady who recently appeared on the
stage in Butfalo, is to make her debut in this
city, on Saturday evening, at Burton's old thea
tre, in Chambers street. She has hired this es
tablishment for a month, and will make her in
itial bow to the public either as Juliet or Bian
ca. Of eearse, the whole dramatic world, in
tbe absence of sterner excitement, are on the
tiptoe of expectation. Of Mrs. McMatnn we
know nothing, except that she is reported to be
a most estimable lady, the wife of a lawyer,
and who becoming enamored of the stage, bold
ly bowed before the footlights for popular fa
vor. Her success in Buffialo is said not to have
been great. The stupid denizens of that small
village could not appreciate her. The' said
she had large feet, did not know what to do
with her bnods and arms, was awkward, &c.
Now, this may be. If Mrs. McMahon has
large feet, however, she cannot help it any
mote than the lady who bas small feet Bat
we bear that such is not the fact. On the con
trary, Ms. McMahon has a beautiful foot, and,
as for not knowing what to do with her hands
and arms, what an insinuation is this for a gen
tleman to make in regard to a lady ! We pat
it all down as pooly-poodle stuff. There never
was a lady yet, wBo did not know what to do
with her arms, and we resent it as an insult to
We opine, however, that New York critics
-tiast be careful how they criticise Mrs. McMa-lirS-
-f r.-vher husband in a fierce lawver. and it
is stated has already sued the Buffaloes for
W libel. Think of that, ye oyster house critics?
B To be sued 'for libel, and have your last coat
H taken away this weather, or, perchance, get a
T month on tne Island at this inclement season of
f the year, where you coald not get your usual
sudbIv- of evsters. Terrible. We trust Mr.
McMdboB will keep this sword of Damocles
ovsr the heads of these pot-house critics.
They deserved to be overhauled. They have,
recently grown insolent on good oysters and
-strong lager-bier, and it is high time they were
tit on more prudent diet. Their present mode
ot living will bring on a collapse. Who knows
that Mr. McMahon and Greeley are net to be
tbe parifiers-of newspapers? With the ventila
tion going on at Washington, let us, by all
means, have a general scrubbing and washing
lere. What can be better for the moral nature
man Greeley's protest against being abusive!
And what a perfect godsend would Mr. McMa
ion be if he could succeed In breaking up this
naid wsfferr of theatres, artists and actorsl
There is lifht ahead. The good time is com
ing. Day Book.
$23 zi.aEiT7i7--ta-aK.33 :
Stop tlie Runaway !
I1V1W1T fraa the subscriber, living six miles
aerthwetf Hernando, Miss., a Negro Man. named
ALBERT. Said Albert is between 25 and 30 years
-atd. E fret 5 or 6 inches xitcfa. dark complected and
snick f poken Ho wore off three pairs of pants, three
ceats, and or ried with him two blankets. He was raised
In naltfax. Tirginla, from which place he was brought ty
Forreat & Jonee. from wnom I naa recently oohfci cim-
I win give the above reward lornis appreaensum a&u w
fleement to that I can get him.
JE56-divlm F f . GARTRELL.
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MEMPHIS.
Wasihsgtox, Jaauary 21. Senate. A long discus
sion on tbe Submarine Telegraph biU, but without taking
asUeu af joorned.
House. A bBl reported for enforcing the attendance of
witnesses and mating then liable to fine and Imprison
ment. Mr. Slmotton was brought before tbe House, and
resolution passed ordering tbs Sergeant-at-Ams to beep
him In dote oonanement until be purged him self ct con
Waiiiisotor, January 22. In tbe Senate the debate
on tbe Toiegraph MHwas resumed.
Hstut, A resolution to re-consldor tbs actlsi relative
to Simettton and lay the question on tbe table was carried
Tbe blH to compel the attendance ct witnesses was then
Washington, January S3 Stnof f. The Submarine
Telegraph bill passed by eleven majority.
House. Passed the bill enforcing tbe attendance of
witnesses and compelling them to give testimony, by
Tote of 183 to 12.
Sltnonten, still in dose custody, bas employed Sevedy
Johnson to test tbe action et tbe House on a writ of
General Aevrs Items.
Xsw Tore, January 22. Charles B. Pesiecden, an
East India merchant ot Boston, bas failed far bait a mil
Ths Haackester Guardian learns that Lord Kapler bat
been appointed British illnlstrr to ti.ls country, and
leaves for Washington en the 7th ot February.
The ship Pacific, from New Orleans, has arrived In
ahaost an entirely wrecked condition.
Indian "War Cold Weather.
New Tore, JaaaarySJ. The latest dales ram Plorl-
da state tbat Gen. Harney bad declared war agalast tbe
Dispatthes from all points mention unprecedented cold
weather. The man are itlli lrregoiar.
Washington, January S3. Senate. The House bill
toooapellwitaesses ti attend and give evidence Is under
Hetuc The private calerder was taken p aad con
tinued to aatoamment.
LouitviLLX, Janaary23. Captain J. S. Uoerenead,
of this city, is (Had.
llr. Gray, clerk of tbs steamer Robert J. Ward, arrested
yeotetday for stabbing an IiUhman at the tire, and heed
to hall ia ths sua of $1503. Irishman seriously wounded
altisrs. WaHaee k LHhgor'i loss by theflre was $5,000.
The Board of Underwriters beld a meeting tonlay and
resolved oa neloadlagall boats In this vicinity.
Itlver and Market!.
St. Lons, January 22 Tbe river is frjicn across
solid, and wagons wttl he eroselag en tbe ice to-morrow,
Louisville, Jaasary 22. To dsy it the coldest day
yet. Travel over ths New Albany and Jeffersenvllle
railroads saspended. Tbe river lose several feet at Pert-
land in oassequence of gorge below, a&d the ice in Boat-
lag down parted tbe lines ot tbe Virginia and Tunny Bul
litt. Both beats Boated down without sustaining any In
jury. The A. L. S&otweU bad her guards and stancheons
The Ilifhjiyer is reported sunk, with half a load on
bosad from Padaeah for New Orleans, and Is supposed to
be a total less. Tbi R. J. Ward is agreund, and the Pe
ter Tetlon eat nearly oa dry land.
Cinciksati, J.nasry 23. Weather oontlanes very
cold, and river unchanged. Flour arm and in good de
mand at $5 573 $5 (6; whisky boor ant at 22 He; miss
rork, holders anticipating an advance, $18 freely offered;
wheat In good demand. "
New Orlxaks, January 21. Cotton market un
changed; tales te-day 40O3 bales; KoUiies CI cents;
freights en Cotton te Liverpool H to 17-324.
New Orleans, Jaaaary 22. Sales to-dar ct 19,000
bales Cotton, at K cent decline; Middlings 12K1IC
New Tore, Janaary 23. Flour declining; State
brands $S M$$G 76 ; Wheat and Corn cm declining ten
dency; Mess Pork Inactive and declining, quoted at
$SSSS; Lard dell at 12Xc
Sj- The liver was ailed with floating Ice yesterday. If
we had previously formed an opinion that Memphis was
not at tbe head of navigation on the Mississippi river.
woeld have been dissolved last evening, when we saw
so many steamers en route tot ports above laid cp. The
river Is still filling, and wltti tbe knowledge tbat bas
been received In this city et the state ct tbe river between
this city and Cairo, we think no ccriful boatman would
ventareeut. Ths Jamtt LaKjWin andrentviU both
departed yesterday moraine; for White river that stream
extremely low, and there Is no probability of their get
ting above Augusta. The St. Francu is laid up at our
landtag, and will not depart until there Is a change in the
weather as well as a change In tbe St. Franels river.
Q-Tho steamsr Editor, now over due from White
river, had not arrived last evening. She wlU be at tbs
landing, we think, either to-day or to morrow.
S3-ThePff H'Aefjfene and Repuili: are both dne
from New Orleans. Tbe great quantity ot ice In the
lower Mississippi has prevented them from arriving.
5-Tbe Captain ot tbe steamer Eelifxe declines the
banter of Capt. Leathers, ot the Xalehez, for a race.
EJ-Tbe ChunceUor is etui at oar lauding. She will
depa-twben herotnsers are satlsad that she can dose
with perfect safety.
J3-The Aiconta is waiting far navigation to be unob
structed between this and Padocah. Capt. MlHor is a
J3""Tbe Ben Trantlin breaght up over 1,000 bars of
Iron for tbe Mississippi Centra Railroad. Sbe wlB de
part for New Orleans when navigation permits.
Choctaw This splendid, now and itaaach built
steamer, is sow at the landing receiving fre gat for New
Orleans. She is receiving cotton at eae dollar and a qaar
tr per bale, aaJ as she Is ef unusual Hfht draught, asd
if aay beat can get dewa to New Orleans, tbe Choctaw
can. Her cabin arrange meats are exeeScnt, aad If Capt.
Smedtey and bis attentive officers cannot make his passen
gers feel at home daring the ttip they mast be bard to
13-The Europa did not get oB yesterday. Captain
Rlghter informs ns that the wilt leave this morning fsr
tbe Ohio river.
3 Captain Weed hat concluded not to go to New Or
leans. Tbe Kate Fritiet wtH leave en Monday next tor
53" The Simondt departed last evening for New Or
leans. She bad on board a small quantity ef freight on
board. Her passenger list was good.
JtJ"Tht Infemar is the next regular packet due from
New Ortcaas She will probably, arrive to-morrow, and
lean on Meaday.
On the Kth of Jaaaary 1857, by Elder X. H. McFai!
d:n, Mr. Louts n. Woodard, of Lauderdale county,
and Miss Jaxe Anovs, et Tipton cnuntr, Tenn.
c: ft BAiJdKioC&SVe; 10 tierces Rice;
t) U 25 bbls. Mackerel ;
200 dt-xen Garret's Snuff Bottles and Papers ;
fiObags B. W. Floor;
200 drams Figs ; 25 boxes Raisins J
16 cases Sardines;
100 bbls. Potatoes;
109 dosen Hosteller's Bitters ;
25 casks London Porter ;
26 boxes Maeearenl and Termlcllla ;
25 boxes Ctaret ; 25 doz White Wine;
100 dozen Bed Coeds ; 25 do Brooms ;
25 boxes Garden Seeds.
Also, Oranges, Lemocs, Figs, Ralslni, Tea, Tobacco,
Segsr, Molasses, &c. For tale by
J an20 No. S5 Front Sow.
To the Patrons of the Commercial Hotel
FEELING very grateful to a liberal and generous pub
lic for their support In whatever b'aaches of busi
ness I have been engaged here, 1 desire to render my ac
knowledgments more especially for their aspport ot this
establishment, and for tbe quiet and gool order my finest!
have enabled me to preserve In It.
Tbe license for retailing spirituous liquors at tbe bar
having expired. It will, in deference to the law, be closed
from and after this day. D- COCtBKLL,
Janlt-tf Proprietor Commercial Hotel.
THE undersigned, at present repreientlnj tho house
of BREWER k. CALDWELL. New Tork, will malf
liberal Cash Advances on Cotton consigned to them to?
sal. Apply at 7 Front Row, up stairs.
aep37-tf w m . if. tot,
Laths and Shingles.
TJOGERT h WITT are still making Laths, and are al
ii ways prepared to supply the puwicwitn tneoesiar-,
tielo at redaced crlces. They are al-o miking Shingles,
and will keep a supply constantly on band. Mill on Wolf
river, above the Bsyon. July IS, '5-ly
E. jDASHiEIili & CO.,
For the Sale, Storage and Shipment of
?f O. C9 FROST ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXJf.
A LL orders for Bagging, Bale Rope, Groceries, Provis-
XX. ions and Plantation supplies, nuea carrrmiy ana
promptly, at the lowest current rates. angl-wi y
J. T. STRATTOH,
STBATTOJT, McDATITT & CO;
GROCERS AXD QEXXRAI.
NO. 70 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN,
A LL consignments Insured unless otherwise InstmcU
Ted. Agents for GRISWOLD'S " uelebrated COTTON
We continue te Store and Sell Cotton at 7IITT CENTS
On band, a large stock of Power-loom and India Bag-
cine. Machine ad Hand Rpe. together with a heavy stock
of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wt
will furnish to our customers at the lowest market prices.
e,cgl2w6m a., mcd. UO
MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OFFICE, I
Saturday, January 21, 1857: J
Cotton Tbe market is on a stand, and operators.
both buyers and sellera, manifest no disposition t6 enter
tho market, and are holding off for the advices ny ut
next steamer, now over-due. Sales yesterday did not
veach over throe or four hundred tales. We giro the
litta of sales below Madison street as follows : d bales at
Ucnts;10atllH;9atll; 93 at 12; 70atlIK; 77 at
12S;10atlSH; H at UK.
MEMPHIS COTTOX QUOTATIOXS.
Inferior SK 9
Ordinary 9HO 9f(
Low Middling.. ,.10K(3II
Mlddllnr 11X911 M
Strict Mlddllnc.il V H
Fair (scarce). ..IS 41M
Up-river produce is becoming scarce In consequence of
tbe locking up of the Mississippi and lis tributaries by
Ice. Porkbogs are telling In our aaiket reauuy am.i
cents, and scarce at that. Flour Is scarce and prices tend
MEMPHIS DOMESTIC MARKETS
Bacoiro asd RorE....r:entneky Bagging, 1920
for Hand Loo.r, and Zl:z for Power Loom, nope,
nmt snnn. ll(S12c. Machine Ssun. 12S12MC
FLOUR.. ...rl 001., s7, oapernne ia 9v
wnEAT..oaiis ai irom o 10 31 par uuasi
Oats. ...Stock light, with ttmitea cemana; tnsacu,
delivered, 45&50C, and retail 60c.
levee sold at t5&47c f bushel, sacks furnished by buyer,
and Die, sacks furnished by seller.
cms Kir corn noezeuc; in sacxs tosv .uc
Powder Kentuckv Rise ten kec lots and upwards.
$S 25; under ten, not less than five kegs,$S 60; nnir
five kegs, IS 75; Mining Powder, ten keg lots ana up
wards, Si 75; five kes lots and upwards, $5; uncer five
Stock Mahket.... There is a good demand for all de
scriptloas of Stock, and buyers are paying from d to 6e
for good beeves; 5SS cents for bogs, and $1 60$3 00
9 head for sbecp, according to quality and size.
Rrrni T7 onete clover at SU&S12 9 bushel; blue
grass $2 60; timothy $4$5; herdsgrass $2J2 60; mus
hed, S3 60; orchard oq, scarce; niuiei seea 515,95
SuaAKs....Pair I0X11; Prime 11K011K; Cheice
Clarified and Granulated IZXSUHC.
CO rrs E.... 01a tuo US w uric, new juo, 1 10
IE At.... Retail prices: imperial ip:i ou f aj uun-
powder $IS160; Toung Jijson oocyst so, macs: ous
75 seats. .....
Provision. .. .Clear swessjiKiOMianowoerB arav;
Hams loailc . sugar-cured, 12K14; $20fbbl. Mees
Keef, $IS $20; Dried Bsef l(H6c. In lots; by re
tall 1516c. Bulk Port 7M3c; Mess P0rt2324.
STAB Casdle Stock light. Whole boxes T
6223: halves and ouarters 2Sffl29.
SAHDt!fEI....wnoiei, none, uaives. a tw fmosea,
Quarters. 83&S3 60.
wBArrixo i-AFE3...urie sixs, siupnu, me
dium, 90c; crown 60c.
LAUD. ...we quote DDlsailJSll, ana xegs ai it
16c. Stock light.
Molasses. ...Old Reboued, 63 to 75 cents, nw.uto
SAtT In luts from landing. 1120 to Si 30 for
Coats;, and tl 60 to $1 65, from store, $145 to $150
Coars. and $1 75 Fine.
Lumber. .. .Poplar. SII 00: cypress, sioaie;
Tellcw Plne.tl718; Tine Flooring. 30; Whito Pine,
dressed, $30; Shingles, $1603 50.
Crackekj... .water, is ddi, sazo; uuuer, sooso ou
Sugar, SH?S! Soda, 14c; Boston, lie.
Tobacco. ...Weauote Missouri, Kentucky and Tennes
see, pounds and half pounds at 15326; Virginia, fi's
and 8's, good brands, 25310c; Tirginla, extra brands,
pounds, 4060c; and choice and fancy, 60$1 00.
WHISKY uean-s 330c.j ai. zyiuis oranaj u
Tiseoas.... Apple fpure) $6 006 60 a bbl., Manu
factured (pure) $5$5 60.
C0B.H MXAL....OUU at ib7oc ri cusnei.
Rice. ...By tho tierce 6M7c; scarce.
S0AN....Memphis,6H3Cc; Eastern 79c B.
Starch.. ..Ohio Pearl, i9K.
Mackeral.. ..Stock light, and advancing. No. 1 In
bbls, $16 60, No. 2 In bbls $12 60313 ; No. 3 (large) $11
0012 In bbls; No. 3 (small) $9 00&10 60.
Blacking... . Mason s $3203 co f gres.
Woodex Ware. ...Painted Pails, $260$2655l doz.
Painted Tubs.$4 12 K &4 25 nest.
Steel.. ..Spring, 12Jc; German, 16; English Bus
ter, 20c; American Blister, 10c; Cast Steel 25c.
CORDAGE. ...Mamua, i7(&ibc fi s; uouon, vs2uc.
Stoke Ware. ...Selling at 916c ? gallon.
SnOT ASD LEAD.. ..Pat shot $2 10; Buck, $2 50; Bar
Lad 9 Xe ; Pig, 77K. Supply scarce.
FEATHERS. ...amau supply, ana m goou urniuu si
Sa leratus... .sales are raaae ai 41300 i o.
Sfices... .Nutmegs, $1 25 a; Ginger, SXglOe. ,
COAL.... Pit sburgh scarce, at $1 25$1 60 bM.
TAR....Inbblf, $5$6; lnkegs,75c; halfbbls, $223
LEATHER.. Domestic. ooie irocgn 1013.--.1c, as in
WESTER! OOLE, toail uaracss, wit.
Eastern.. ..sole (nemiocx.j (sjoc
Hides.. ..Dry Flint, ll13c; 55He tor Green,
2535 for Sheep.
IROK.. ..Tennessee uumoeriasa oar,; o.ie, j-eunsjiva-n!a
f Pittsburgh bar,) 6c; CUngs (hollow ware,) 4K
6c; Machine Castings, exet B.
C. 812 B7M, ; DIOCXiJ.H CIS.;
Bar 45 cents.
GLASl....FrcnchWlndow,8xl0, $2 25; 10x12, $2 50?
box 50 feet. Pittsburgh SxlO, $2 box ; 10x12, $2 60.
ails.. ..1.60 to 85 00 B keg, according to quality for
Easetrn; $4 60 to $5 for Pittsburgh.
Likseed Oil.. ..Has advanced 5 to 10c; cow held
$1 35, stock light.
Paints and Oils. ...White Lead at 9 to 9 60 for
wholesale lots, and 10c for retail; No. 1 do, 7XSc; Red
Lead 910Kc; Lard Oil $110 te $1 25 by the barrel;
Train Oil $16 to $30 ft bbl.
Wall PAPER.. ..The stoci is moderate, ana compri
ses everr variety of style and price; demand active, at
10eg$3 60 ? roll of 9 yards, as In quality and price.
CniCKESJ....ios-uc, jsggs li.itjiioc, xoraeys ix&
$1; Batter 20g5cV .
Potatoes Irish (new) $1 B0$2 00 per bushel, and
Brooms. .. .Fancy, $34 00, uemmoo, sa-2as73 v1
Black PErpER.... we quote at iocs s, with small
supply and demand.
LIME....1 70(Si w r carrel.
Nuts.. ..Soft Shell Almonds, IS to 21c 9 a; Pecans
INDIOO....51 m 1051 00 Jl Q.
MEMPHIS RETAIL, PRICES FROM STORE
AT WHICH PLASTERS' ORDERS ARE FILLED.
Baggiso India, yara
Rote Keutuck,'? a
Bacos Sides, a
' Hams, sugar-cured.. ........
COFFEE Rio, B
CASDLES Sperm, ti B
Flour Superfine, bbl
Lard In kegs, B.'.
Molasses Rebelled, fl gallon ,
Pork Mess. barrel
WnttKT Common rectified, gallon,
' Dexter's. ............ ......
Sugars Brown, 13 B ,
Clarified and White
Salt Coarse,? bag
Fiae, ?. bag
Kanawha, t bushel
Cheese Western, ?
Memphis Bank Xole and Exchange List.
CORRECTED BT MEMPHIS EXCHANGE BROKERS-!
Union Bank ot Tennessee and Branches par
Planters' Bank of Tennessee and Branches
Citizens' Bank and Branches -
Southern Bank -
Bank ot West Tennessee, at Memphis......
Bank ot Memphis
Bankot America, at clarksvlHe ,
Merchant's Bank -
Bank of Middle Tennessee.. ...............
Bank of Claiborne
Banket Knoxvill pat
Bank of Tazewell .'. par
Bank Dandridge par
Farmers' Bank of Tennessee.. .......pat
North Carolina 2 die
South Carolina and Georgia pat
Kentucky, Ohio andlndUna (Stock Banks). .parOM prem
Louisiana H & 1 prem
Northern Bankot Mississippi... ...parKprcm
Commercial Bank, Manchester, Miss pat
Miss. Mutual Insurance Co., at Columbus par
Louisville and Cincinnati....
...H to 1 prem
...X to 2 prem
...K tol prem
$ 90 00
40 acres $35 00 1 120 acres
SO " C5 00 1 160 '
None In market.
Exchange very scares and In great demand,
Exchango and Bank TToto List.
O. "CS7". aSEEZlEJtrS.'"5r J CO.,
COR. FROXT ROW ANIJ MADISON-ST.
JfewTork wcrem I New Tork ...1 preo
New Orleans Xprem Jiew unease inprtm
Louisville fcCln. Kprem I Louisville k Cln. 1 prem
St. Louis Mprem St.Locls 1 prem
New Orleans Hprem I New Orleans lXprtm
North Carolina.... X ais. 1 All large upper
Miss. Mut. Jns. Co.. par. I Ceantry Jtprem
AmexlcacGcld 1 Vprem I Geld S prem
Silver lKprem I Silver 3 prem
nighest markets rate paid for Land lVarrant.
Ml.slsslppi Land Scrip for sale.
PHILADELPHIA JULY, 185G.
To Dtalert in Tennitttt, MUtittippi and Arktmot.
r ENTLEMIX: WearenowestablishedlntheWnOLE-
JC SALE BUSINESS In this city, and beg leave to Invlts
your attention 10 an
ENTIRE XEW STOCK.
BOOS AND SHOES,
Direct trem the Manufactories In Massachusetts, New
Jersey, aad Pennsylvaa a; and believing, with onr long
experience and superior facilities, our STOCK for
TOUR TRADE, and for the satisfaction of yourcustom
ers, cannot be surpassed, we solicit AN EARLT CALL
when yon come to this city.
Tours respectfully, JOS. S. LEVITT & CO.,
No. 123 Market street, third store from South.
Joseph S. Levett, lite of Memphis.
Paul Stickjet, of Boston. July24-wem
.... 8 8 68
...$1 60&1 75
,...$1 752 00
THE flnesyamtly medldre In the world, and -are re
commended to all who suffer from diseases of tbe Liver
and Stomach, as they never fail te care these diseases.
Sold at the manufactories. No. 86 Maiden Lane, New
Tork, and No. 24 4 Strand, London; and by alt druggists,
at25c.,62Mc,nd $1 per pet or box.
Oil ! Ye Bald-Headcd.
WE invito the attention of those who an baM-beaded,
and those who ale afraid of bream lag so, to the adver
tisement of Prof- Wood's Hair Restorative in to
day's paper, We are not in tbe habtt et puffing every
quack nostrum that it adtertlted in our paper, but we
feel It our duty, when we come across an article tbat it
good, to let the people -knew It. We bare no fears of
having soon to "scud under bare petes," and therefore
have net used the Restorative, bat think. If the cer
tificates of honest men can be relied upon, that it must
be a first rate article. Trj it, Je whose natural wigs
need rejuveaatlon. KoctrHle -Kiyttottcan.
To he had of O. J. Wood ec Co., 1 14 Market etrert. St.
Louis, and of nraggisis generally. J""- j
SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS,
To be hid by risking Urt snail sum of
TO BE DRAWN FBI DAT, JANCART 30, 1867.
One Prize oi SCO.000'
One Prize ot $25,C00!
One Prize of S10.000!
Two Prizes et S3 COOi
Two Prim tf S2,O80' '
TW3 Prizes : S1,000!
Ac. &c. tec. Ac. A'C.
Horo thaa One Eriie to Every Tea Tickets
TVhole Tlckits, $16; Halves, $8; Quatters, $4
Eighths, $2. Address orders for nereis 10
S. SWAN & CO., Atlanta, us.; or
S SWAN Montgomery, Ala.
Fer particulars, see Schem in another column.
AHEAD OP THE WORLD!
THE CRY IS STILL THEY COME.
PARK & FPOW,
219 TAg.in Siroot,
me m.vinrthi. finest PICTURES in lbs world. Att
we ask Is feryoa all to call and examine them for your
made only at the Star Gallery. Jaa-datw
ITui. A. Batclielor's Hair-Bye.
GRAT. RED or BUSTT HAIR dyed instantly to s
beauUfal asd Natural BROWN or SLACK, -without the
least Injury to hair or skin.
Fifteen Sledolt end Zhpfosiat have been awarded to
WM. A. BATcnELOlt since 1335, and over 60,666 appli
cations bare been made to tbe hair of his patrons of bit
famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair and whis
kers Is unjust, as it would be against covering a baH
head with a w!r.
Wat. A. Batchelor's Hair-Dye produces a celet
not to be distinguished from nature, aad Is Herniated
not to Injure In the least, however long It may be con
Made, sold or applied, (In else private rooms,) atrthe
Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, New Tork.
Sold in all cities and towns of the United Stated, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
r9 Tho Genuine has tbe name and address bboq a
steel-plate engraving on four tides of each bottle, ot
WJLlilAJT. A. SAIUUaiAJft,
233 Broadway, Mew Tork.
53- For tale by S. MANSFIELD & CO., and DrngsUts
HIDES! BIIDES! II5DES!
100,000 Hides Wanted !
FOR which we will pay the highest market price In
We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
aad BEAR SKINS. In fact, any Skins used by TAh
NER5 or FURRIERS, we want at the HIGHEST CASH
PRICE. GEO. PHILLKR it CO..
novl2-6m 73 Front Row.
W. E. MILTON,
26 Madison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME Of THE BEST
Alariafr-Insnrance Companies in the United
Exchange and Koto Broker.
I will attend to tbe negotiation ot all
NOTES ASD BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
SHITPING, RECEIVING AND DISCHARGING
3VE 23 0ES. O 3SC -a. ICT X7 ,
AND STEAMBOAT AGCM ,
SO. 3 BilA'r ATESXTE,
WILL attend faithfully to all businees entrusted to bis
HAPPY AND GTjORIOTJS iNEWS !
The greatest wonder ot the work! has nt last been dts-
oovered a spedSc ta disease DR. SLEDGE'S NKR-
TOUS TONIC, for the cute of Chills and Fever, and a pre
ventive to all grades of Fever, aj well as a cure. It has
been fully tested far the last foar years, and It is now
conceded by scientific men to be one of tbe greatest dis
coveries known toman. This will be disputed bytboa
sands, no doubt, but ii Is so. Read, leek, and Jadge for
Fijly thousand ieitarx will be psU to any perron who
will produce Its superior. Tht Mediciaea can be feond in
all tbe Drug Stores and towns throughout tbe entire
Weat. J. M. SLEDGE.
Memphis, October 3, 1868.
This Is to certify tbat we have ben setting Urge quan
tities of Dr. Sledge's Olebrated Remedies, and take
xreat pleasure in recommending them to the amicted as
possessing remarkable properties in controlling tbe dis
eases for wbicfa they are recommended, and we hare no
hesitancy in giving our testimony In favor of tbeir supe
riority over other preparations for tbe same diseaset, as
they seem to give universal satisfaction to all those
who mo them.
Mansfield & Co., Druggists. Peyton & Harbin, Druggists.
D. Johnson. tvara & Jones,
Chandler & Co.,
R. Joyner & Co.,
W. M. Sbelton,
THE ONLY MEDAL AWA RBED
BT ths New Tork Exhibition to tbe English or foreign
Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst numer
ous competitors, by LEA & PERRIKS, for their
whereby further testimony Is a Corded of its being the
best Sauce extant.
The celebrity ot this Sauce has extended to every quar
ter of the globe, and its eSracy in promoting tbe general
health Is becoming dally moreobserved and acki
In tbe United States it Is held to be tbe met
condiment, and Is esteemed for its tonic and ii
ting properties. Its habitual cse enabling ths stomach to
digest the food.
On the Ceatlnent of Europe, theee qualities hare been
testified to by a gentleman, who writes to LEA & PER
RIKS thus: "I have carried a bottle of your Worces
tershire Sauce In s, tour I have Just completed through
Spain and Portugal, and believe I owe my present state of
health to its use; your Sauce Is stomachic, and I think
medicinal. I can with truth say there Is nothing in a
traveler'sbaggage so essential to his comfort, at least In
these countries, as yeur Sauce. "
In India, also, where it is found at the mess ot every
regiment, a medical gentleman writes trem Madras to
uis Brother in the same profession at Worcester, In tbe
following terms: '-Tell LEA & PERKINS that their
Sauce Is highly approved In India, and that It Is, In my
opinion, the most palatable as well as the most whole
This Sauce Is suitable for every variety of dish, and the
universal demand which its excellence has created bas
led to many imitations being offered to the pnbbc, under
a variety ef names, but the genuine may be known by
the names of "LEA .V PERKINS" being Impressed upon
thepatentmetalllc capsules, or patent glass stepper cf
the bottle, as well as the labels and wrapper.
Sols Agents for the united states,
JOHN DUNCAN & SONS,
sp!2-ly 405 Broadway. New Tork.
XZ33LX30xrtA3Xt to 'PftTYinlnKl
DH. CHEESEMAirS PILLS.
THE combinations of ingredients In these Pills ate the
result of a long and extensive practice. They are
mild In their operation, and certain in correcting all Ir
regularities, pslnfulmenstruatlon, removing all obstruc
tions, wnetner from cold or otherwise, headache, pain in
tht side, palpitation of the heart, disturbed sleep, which
always arise from Interruption of nature. They can be
successfully nsrd as a preventive. These Pills should
never be taken In pregnancy, at they would te sere to
cause a miscarriage, warranted purely vegetable, and
free from anything lnlurUas to life or health. Exnlielt
cuous, wmcn snouia oe reaa, accompany each box,
rnce gi. jrorsaietn Memphis cy
S. MANSFIELD & CO,
G. D. JOHNSON,
WARD it JONES.
S3" Sent by man by enclosing si to Dr. CORNELIUS
u. uuECSKaAN, ko. 182 Broadway, New Tork.
N. B. FOREST,
No. SI Adams-st, Memphis, Ten.,
HAS just received from North Carolina,
twenty-five likely young negroea, to which ho
desires to call the attention ot
He will be in the regular receint of neeroes
from North and South Carolina every month. His Ne
gro Depot is one of the most complete and commodious
establishment of theklndin the Southern country, and
his Tcguiauons extu ana systematic, cleanliness, neat
ness and comfort being strictly observed and enforced
His aim Is to furnish to custorrers A. 1 servants 'and
field bands, sound and perfect In body and mind. Ne
groes taken oncommisslon. lan21
ATOUNG MAN, twenty-two years of are, who has
had considerable experience in mercantile business In
West Tennessee wishes to get a situation at Book-KeVrer
or Salesman In a Commission or Dry Gocd House. Ap-
y at this omce. Jsn20-lw
53" Enquirer copy.
ITS THREE GREAT BEAUTIES
THIRST They are more brilliant, and will never fade
I SECOND Tby can b Urt-n equally as well, tf not
better, in ekiudv as clear weather.
THIRD Tbt-re can b given to the Impression oa the
Japan nt enrfarean artkttecntet and natsb that caanet
be produced on any other surface knoan te "Be raoio-
ReweiiberI Thst W. II. DcSHONO. 1SI Mala street,
has tbeexelBtire right of the city cf Memphis for the
He al-o makes Anbreti. Bsfaerreelype, Flooro-
types, Celereotypet, THhaeety.il 11, Pbotogrsphs, &c. &c
Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler,
.Vadiion jfrf, tettcetn Main and Front Row,
OPPOSITE THE CITIZENS' BANK, MEMPHIS, TENN.
7 1 BSPECTFCLLT announces to his friends and the
XV public in grn'ral tbat he bas petsiaaently located
bimself at tbe above stand, where he may constantly be
found, reedy to give attention to those who ruy favor
bimmth their patronage. I will always have t-n hand
a splendid asorlmeat of varlont improved spectacles,
also a variety of Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, Ac. re
pairing done in ev rv branch ot tbe bosinit at abort
notice, and warranted. Janll-d wawly
TUST rece'.vrd, a plendid assortment ut various kinds
tl 01 improvra ariTOiAiUKS.
Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Madlten Street, between Main and Front Row,
OppesMeOltixens' Bank, Memphis, Than
These celebrated Gthnes are ground on the exact prta
dpw ot Spberlflsl Acraracy, ot a concave-cacvex mirror
form, admirably adapted t the ovgs& of sight, can be
ated to pursue the most minute eanleyasmt. either b
day or eBdl Hfht, with perfect ease te the eye, and
never caases that gMMinessol the hesd. or painful H-n-
satlon In the eyes, that many experience In asms: the
common. Spectacles, bat strengthen and improve the
sight, at will be seen from the following tcethaonlaW r
From lien. A. Joktuon, Gov. of Tenn.
Mr C. Mcxlef Sir: Having tally tested the merit t
ot your Improved Spectacles, Ida not hesttase to say
that-they exact any I have ever tried, and And the pten
llacEuaaer in which they an graand, obviates the pain
I have frequently experienced ic u'log other spectacles.
Fmn Dr. Mrton, of yew Orient.
Kjoxvii.le, Tejiv., Jbbc Mth, 1856.
Mr. a Muller, Optkiati -Bear Sir: TngBtsssas yon
have prepared for nte exceed indtaainctsMrtraBd brOlnvncy
ot vlsten any I have ever used. The principle ot a fecai
accommodated to every motkn of the eye, is invalneble.
as It prevents fati.ue to tbe organ, and does not impair
visUn. Tbe beautiful transparency if theidass, wtth its
great hardness, gives a durability which is invalaabie to
those having a constant demand for them.
These Impraventents arerecomntendations for their ns
htthly meriting pabttc patronv
Very repcHl!y, year obedient servant.
G. II. BARTON, M. D., Of N. O.
From JTsn. A. ZlcClcUand. Ex-Ucmbtr of Ctnoteu,
Mr. C. M vllek 9fr." I and year classes to be far sa
perter 16 these In common use. A. McCULLAND.
From Han. II'. 11 Jfasaaarc?. Judft of tie Federal
I have tried Mr. Mutter stMCUdes. I WBahliT them
altogether superior to the eecctach s commonly ased.
w. n. liujartisi 1 a.
From Somi. 11 Rodftn.SenatocJromXnocadXoone
comma, j mitcssec.
Mr. C. MrLLEK Str; I take crest pleasure la stating
the pablk that I am asins: your Improved Spectacles with
perfect satisfaction, both by daylight and btodttlifhl. 1
consider them a valuable Improvement.
SAM. A. asMNSH&n.
G. n. Kyle, Jackson, Tenn. '
Thomas tl awe well, Jaskson, Teas.
Hon. John Sesd, " "
T. B. Wood folk, X. D., Cat tea Pra-re, Iswa.
W. W. Hawkins, Brownsville, Tenn.
Wm. C. Btaee,M. D-,
Mayor A. M. Shaw, SomervUle, T nn.
Wm. 11 PotnJexter, "
Tbe Snectacle Lens in nommon nee, terms IsaMe con.
vex, have bat one focus, and thst being In the centre, ad
mits of a perfect tnsstn enlr thtoagh the eeatte. Now s
tbe eyes, in rolling from side to side, depart from tht
point, it Is affected by the distortions nmtdent, and occa
sions In weak ryes f atigne and pain, and In strsnc eyas
a wore frequent cha-ge of glass for tbose of higher power,
then Is caused by tbesinaate fiat Lea fog of the eye by ae;
or. to Bee tbe langnatre of many, they make the eye grow
older. ObaM the glass be attached to the eye, so ato
move with it, or tbe head be made to torn and aocoaMno
dste the sight, while the eyes remain ftxrd. th: doable
convex lens would not be so objeciionab'e Bat as neither
of these plans coald be very well accompli brd, an easier
method to remedy this important defect in all hithe: to
construe ed belpo to the defective human vision is drslia
ble. Ths end if obtained in these (tastes -which, having
not only central focus, but, for all practiea! purposes, one
throat bout, trie objection above named it obviated, as they
will enable the wearer to perceive objects at every amoe
of vision, with all the correctness of tbe natural healthy
Strayed or Stolen,
FROM tbe subscriber, at LtUranjtt, Tenn.. en
tbe nueht of tbe 3M of December last, an IROX
M2GRAT MARK, abaat sixteen bands Man, four
years old last sptJK. ,5ke has a small lamp en her with
ers, abaat the ttef Jrtsrre marble, cbbsh by the saddle.
S i was shad before wbeu she left. No other marks re
membered Any Information wilt b thaaktally received
and liberally rewarded by the subscriber.
Lac rant. Jan. 10. 1807. 11. H. FALLS.
GOLD PENS I Xnrtan's!
GOLD PB.V8I Rsdey's;
GOLD PKABl Rapp's ;
ROLD PKNSt I Short Nibs ;
GOLD PENS 1 LtmrNihs;
GOLD PENS I Small Slat;
GOLB PENS I Medtam site;
GOLD PENS ! iArte Mte;
GOLD FENS) athgTOMing;
(SOLD FENS! Mammoth;
GOLD-PUNS! Smooth and Easy Wrttint:;
GLD PKNS ! Warranted Petnte;
dc23 J K. MIRRtMAK&CO.
A fiOOD CGOK.
JlTAT be bad by appyiBE to
MBS. P ABEAM.
Corner of Brrhange and 7ird streets.
rpWENTTTheatABd Havens Cigars in store sad fee
navS7.tr BOTH & ANDKRtON
FIFTEEN Thousand pounds Goshen Butter In store and
fw sate by
HOv27-ir BOTD SA.VDSKSO.N.
BOXES Fresh Cheese; for saiehy
nlvl . . im.LIAHflON
11. F. LOOiVEY,
A TTORNXT AT IAW. Cfnee ever C. W. Cherry A
2. Oo.'s. Jt-tf
31E3IPHIS ISSURASCE t70a,l,ASY,
T. "W.Wilkinson, Pres.; Ben May, Sec.
orricr ox JsrrEiuoK stkbxt.
H. 0. WALSER, Sam. MotBT,
Q. O. ATKIHSOJf, T. W. WtLKItteeX,
V. B. GRESHLAW, T. H. AlUsst,
J. J. P.AWLIJ9I.
Extonsion Dinincr Tallies.
TAWOGANT, Oak ana Walnut Sxtensnw Tab'es,
1YX from ten to fourteen feet long, Just received and lar
sale low by
nevli eti.N.vnr o.
A ND for sab) low It) the trade
JY W-hfcds. Brawn Sngar;
ST Ixhk V4sn '-
ivu rss.Bv jssv wsnx f
16 Mies Dundee BagstBKI
100 halt ceils Bar.
2s FstTnt Row.
ATbe had for s few txntlenien, abm a good roans for
a family, by applying early to
Jio-lm Corner Hxc ange and Third streets.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
3-o n oral XjcsTi.tr? .gont.
WILL attend personally to the lorstlng ef Swaatp Land
Scrip and Warrants In the Jackscnport and Helena
Districts, selling Land aad paying Taxis.
B Graham. HemphisTenn.; A. S. Hney. Little Rack;
R. O Brlnkley,
Mai T. Mnft. Miss
W. M. rawest, "
F. Lane .V Co , "
J. Norton & Co., N. O.;
J. A. Boosstaa, LaGraage,
W K. Baits, iAwrtaMvflle,
Pool & Wsttoc, J ack tstipa r t
n. P. Ceolldee. Helena.;
Mvrtle it Mooie, "
Allen Polk, "
C. W. Beard, Jaeksencort;
1 KA DOZEN GarrHt'sSoBtTinhettles;
leJU lOOdeien " " "peters;
10 bbls " " " Madders,
For sale by WARD A JONES.
A BEAUTIFUL Cottage, with six rooms. In
the corporate limits, with one and a half acres
of Land. Apply to
W. C. ANDERSON.
JanI3-4w 315 Main street.
ADAMS & CO.'S
EXPRESS & ACCOMMODATION WAC0X
CI B. LOCKE takes this method of inforralns: tbe
T. merchants and the public tbat be his started an
ACCOMMODATION WAGON, and will be ready at all
times to takepaekages to any part rff the ct y or vlemlty.
0AU oraers left at bis stare will be promptly attend
ed te. JaulS
ON tbe night ot 2Sih December, a small ebes-
noi Borrrii auu, rour years ok, marrea wim
the collar. In good order, had one shoe on before,
had a rope on bis neat when he left. Anr in
formation left at Cayce's stable, or to myeelf, two miles
North of Memphis, will be thankfully received, and all
trouble liberally rewarded.
JanlS-dawtf W. DONALDSON.
reetV DR. J. BORDLBT wontd respectfully
XgjgSjEt inform his friends and the pabttc that he
JJrrVYN" 1 flne asrtment ef Artificial Teeth.
lii and is prepared, where the znmsare sound
and fre of sensitiveness, Ac, to Insert Teth on Gold or
Silver riate, in twenty-four hours after the cast Is tsken.
'Specimens of Teeth on Plate can be seen at my otaoe.
All other operations performed as nsnal.
J3 Office over Winn's Saddlery Store, Whig BaDdlng,
opposite oouri oquirc. jaju-im
r- TAKEN up at ray h ,us?, one - BAT nORSE,
35J-left hin'l foot white. nd on new saddle and
T-rr- bridle. Imjulreof K J B. L WINN,
jann.tf Ko, 231 Mam-it.
DR. FXNNER attends exclusively to Surgical Diseases,
sum ss Piles, Fl.tdas In A no, Strictures, Stone in
Bladder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, Poljpus, Diseased
Bones and Joints, Detormitlea from Barns, Hair-Lip,
Contracted Tendons from loss of Lips, Cheek, Note, Eye.
lids, Ac., Closed Jaws from Salivation, and all other dis
eases ami deformities requiring Surgical aid.
MWM lrtU Mau.
DR. FENNER also attends to all Diseases of the Eye
and Ear, and Is prepared to Board Patftcta from a
53" Office on Mala street, In Walker's Building, resi
dence on Court street. sep23-dtwawlyins
DR. JOHNSOX'S INFIRMARY,
FOB SISEASEX OT THE
EYE AND EAR,
tr r-j a rvrsrTvrgir
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c.
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,
mayzrtiaw aits.iii-tiis, a en.-.
AJJ? COST I
GOODS, at actual csttfor cath.
OwlBgtoacbangelnenr business, wo oSerat actual
cost for cu and cath only, our entire stock of Clot blag
and Furnishlog Goods. As the business most be closed
up, and ta da so the stock must be sold, persons in want
of Goods In our Hne, wBl find it to their advantage to
give us a on. KKLLSr. & JOHNSOX,
No. 3 Clark's Marble Block,
Janl-3m 272 Main street.
53" Knqulrer copy three months.
CANBEE, MIX & CO.,
U"ca.mx3ry 1st, 1837.
NoserlBgonr card to the public we tender oar ac-
X knowlengmeBts, for the very liberal patronage extend
ed ns daring the past year, and premise for the future to
furnish oar customers tbe LARGEST, CHEAPEST and
BEST SELECTED STdCK OF G00D3 ia the Soatbern
Our Senior partner trill be ronstaatly In the Eastern
market, and will keen us fully annulled with every desira
ble style of
Staple end Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Agents for seme of the best brands of DO
MESTICS, OSNABURGS, Ac., which we offer at Factory
CAftDEE, MIX fc CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
MILLIXERY GOODS, &C.,
Jaa3-daw3m 246 MAIN-ST. , MEMPHIS, TENN.
NEW CASK STORE.
iT. Xj. TAYIiOH,
ISt Maln-st., opp. Worsham House,
PLANTATION, STAPLE AND FANCTJ
Men's and Tenth's Clothing,
Hats, Shoes, Ac., Ac.,
Saddlery, Gobs, Rifles, Cutlery, -Boys'
Double Guns, Fine Tobacco and Tea.
LOVF FOR CASH
To Consumers or Dealers.
TflFTT bbls. Old Rye Whisky aad Hearten, warranted
X pare, In t tote and for sale by
nev27-tt No. 157 Main street.
Q ftfl SACKS choice Irish Potatoes tn store and for
&JJ sale by
BOYO A AJJOERStW.
THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory oa
Second .treet, between Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture ant Re
pair Carriages at the shortest notice. All work dote by
them will be guarantied, and a share of public patronage
JasO-ly L S. BURR A CO.
Tatnm's I'atent Oil-Ground
From the latest cumber of the Photographic and Fine
N the whole history ct Art in the production of Por
traits ot the highest order, no single improvement
has contributed as much as this new process. All that
ha been developed by science in the use of the camera
and the light ot tin sun, so wonderfoiU satcessful In tbe
Dafaerrtotype, Arabrotjpo and Photograph, have been
appropriated by this new process to large pictures on the
most perfect and durable of all grounds to receive the
plastic touch and exqaislte tint ot the aitist's brush.
Real oil paintings in oil groaass upon canvas, sacn as
Las alwa s.been regarded by the masters ot art as the
best receptacle for colors In oil, are now readily produced
with all the truth of the daguerreotype in uenneatlon.
and ef llvinc, breathing, blooming nature in color, tone
and expression, from the miniature up to tbat of lift size.
with a faculty and Curability that is astounding even in
thb) ace ef steam, electricity and intellectual progress.
Portr-lts the sire of life may be secured from small da
merreotypes of persons deceased, with as much truth and
accuracy as from tie living subject.
StttiBKs from tbe liviag subject are almost entirely dis
pensed with , and the finished portrait delivered In one or
two days from the order.
Tbe durability ot these oil grosnd photegTaphs Is In
sured for a hondred years, If desired, a there is r o chem
ical or foreign matter used or Introduced that caa In any
wise aneci the permanency or durability of the picture,
the ground being tbs same as has been most app-oved
and that ordinarily ned by artists in portraiture and
landscape; the vehicles aad paints are also the tame. 1
Mr Tatam. the patentee, with a mind well stored witn
dentine trntb, and possessing an enviable skill In the i
higher walks of art, bas that, in his last achievement, I
and the liberal terms offered his fellow artists in presecn- i
ting his new process not only reflected credit upon his
ting bis new process m owy reneewn creau upon nit i
native country ia the great race ot bunian progress, but
done great honor to his own bead, hand and h art, and
deaatless will receive front an oblige people the reward
dne his ardnons toil and brilliant achievement
PAUK fc 1 E I Ij ,
ARE the only Artists In the city who make this new and
beastifat style of Portraits. Tcey have the exclusive
right for the city, and an other fortraits maae upon can
vass by tbe Photographic process are bat imitations of
the criminal TATUM process.
Many beautiful specimens ot lbs citterns ot Memphis
are an exhibition at tht STAR GALLERT, where all are
U vited to rail and se for themselves Jan7 lm
Lots at Private Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, unimproved Lots,
121. 192. 12S, 12S, 103, lot, 131, 132 Improved Lots
169 and 170 being on the plan of tubdivlshraef Greenlaw,
SaSarrans, Looney A Keeie. G. B. LOCKE,
nv7-tr Auctioneer ana Real estate uroKtr.
Caution to the Public.
MT Pocket Book was lost or stolen trem me oa the
Shotisell dnring her late upward tt ip. Among other
valnabtM, it contained several promissory notes. AH
persons are therefore cautioned not to trade for any notes
dne me, unless property vouched fer.
MSI-tf THUS. a. UABHULL.
A. O. SMITH.. ..n. r. GUTHRIE. ...GEO. J. B0WLA3D.
SMITH, GUTIIRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AM) AGENTS TOR THE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
Xo. 3St Main Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
A. J. WALT & CO.,
t7nOLE3AJ.tr A7D RETAIL
- G M O JE M & ,
AJTO DEALERS IK ALL SIJfDl Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner ef Main and Union Sis.,
HATE always on hand a well and carefully selected
stock ef articles la their line, which they wiU sell at
the lowest current prices.
53- Orders promptly tilled with dispatch.
ASD DEALER IX
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry,
CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAM5-ST3.,
43 TAKES this method ot Informing his friends,
S1 and tbe public generally, that he has moved from
JC 9 his old stand to the comer of Mala and Adams
d2LSstreets, where ha will take pleasure In exhlbitlnr
a new and choice lot of JEWELRY, to those who may
favor him with a can, and win be pleased to execute all
orders for repairs In his line. He hopes, by honesty, in
tegrity, and his efforts to please, to gain tbe confidence
snd liberal patronage of all who may 2nd it convenient to
visit his establishment.
53" All orders for repairing la every branch of tny bm
slncss prompt: - tttended to. antf 1-ly
Dry Goods at Wholesale;
TUST received, direct from New Tork, on consignment,
O of upwards of $30,000 worth of seasonable Staple
Dry Goods. Ths goods being on consignment, I can af
ford and will sell better bargains than ever was offered U
thlcity. Merchants and planters, who wish to buy bj
the piece will find to their interest to examine my stock
before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE,
novf Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
HANCOCK & CLARE.
OCA BAGS BIO COFFEE, for sale by
OU Jan9 HANCOCK A CLARK.
O A A BBLS. FLOUR, various brands, tor sale by
OUU Jm9 HANCOCK A CLARK.
Kflfi KEGS NAILS, best Esstern for sale by
O U U Jan9 HANCOCK A CLARK.
TTTE can now supply this very desirable atticle.
J E MERRIMAN It CO.
Greennigli for Sale.
ON THE FIRST DAT OF APRIL, 1S57. 1 wtU
offer the above well known and valwjbfe property
for tale, at public aoctlon, on the premises, if
not before disposed of at arivate ta. GREEN-
HIGH is situated In the nourishing and pleasant village
of LaGrangt, and It accessible from all parts ot the
country, being Immediate 7 on tho Memphis and Charles
It was designed and prepared by the late Dr. J X.
Cocke, exnretslr as a Water-Care tnd Eotrdins estab
lishment, and the very liberal patronage extended him
during tbe summer of 1816, and to his successor, Mr. A.
B. Gloster. last summer, shows la what high estimation.
" neauny ana pleasant resort, it is held by the com-
The buHdligj consist of a two story Frame House,
with eight rooms dining toont IS by 60 feet; twenty
Ive cottage rooms, kitchen, outboases, stables, Ac, all
Utn " 131 flae repair, with new furniture lastyvar
There are a number of never-failing Springs within
thirty steps ef the bouse, affording an abundant supply
of the purest water. There is also a ens Chalybeate
Spring within a quarter of a mile, which will be sold
with the place. The lots contain eighteen or twenty
acres, with fine garden, orchards, shrubbery, &c. The
arrangements for Water-Cure, such as biths, Ac., are
ample and complete.
Teshs or Sale. One-third cash; balance in one
and two years, bond and approved security, and a lita
retained on tbe property.
Persons wishing to purchase can obtain any Informa
tion they may desire by add renter
Tenn. c. WINSTOV
LaGrasge, Tenn., Jan. 9th, 1857 Janll-wtt
3" Eagle and Enaulrer. L&ciivttfe Josraii sd ru.,.
land Plain Dealer, copy twice In Dally and Weekly, and
mu ma ia athai, once ana paper te uot. E. Winston.
2rL 33 ZhX O "7 Zi
IEW DRUG STOKE.
n WE take plttaure la lnfermlnr tbe citizens of
f Memphis and the public generally that we have re
moved our stock of Drugs to the comer ef Main and
Uilen streets, and wm take pleasure in acceram
daitsg all w bo may favor cs with a call.
We are also In receipt of a full supply of fresh and gen
uine Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Pert am.ry, Ac.
Particular attention paid to Citing ot Prescriptions at
all hours of day and night,
dec3l-tf B. JOINER A CO.
Corner Main and Jackson-sts.,
THIS well known Hotel, havHgchanged sends,
and been thsroughly repaired, aadprsvlded with
new Furnlttre, is new open for the aeeesimeda-
tlen of Boarders sad Travelers.
Tht public may rest assartd that every exertion will
be made on tbe part ot the Proprietor to reader this
nouie second to none la West Tennessee. Having active
and attentive servants, and a table always famished with
the best tbe country sf&rds, he cenndestry relies jspon
giving entire satisfaction to all who may favor hlm'wtth
their satronage. WM. K. BENNETT,
53 Enquirer espy.
Titos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
I HAVE for sale the Residence asd 1S3H acres ef land
aetsngiBg lo Thomas Pttert. Esq., lying on the klate-
Line Road aad the Memphis and Charleston Railroad. 21
mites east ef Mempbis, at Bray's Station The improve
ments consists of a dweltag, built In Gothic Style, 9 targe
rooms and 2 small oaes, with dosets, store rooms, Ac
Kitchen, 2 servants' rooms, dsttrn, well, stables aed
barn, carriage house, wagsa shed, Ac, Ac. In short, it
..wcrcvi lucucih luiurem uuui a t?uvtvT urautj , . .
new and in perfect order. I wut seal the improvement
ana as acres oi taso, or a i icseiBer. ir oeirer, l win
teH the stock of iheep, hogs, sad cattle, corn, fodder, oats
aad pork, slaughtered and peeked In the smoke heese. A
bargain vB be given. Apply to Thss. Peters, on the
premises, or to G. B. LOCKE,
dec 21 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
I OFFER fer sale, upon good terms, tbe former Resi
dence ot C. F- King, Esq., lying on the north side of
the new State-line road, a mile and a half east ef tbe
city. The tract contains 11 acres, and is Improved with
a small residence of three rooms, wen and other Improve
ments. Also, afsnr acre wood let, nearly opposite. This tract
is within three ouaaters of a mile ot a gaed church and
school, and is in one of the best aad healthiest neighter
hoods In the vicinity or Memphis. G. B. LOCKE,
novll Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Piano Fortes for Sale.
I HATE In store, just received direct
from New Tork. TWELVE PIANO
FORTES, from 8 1-3 to 7 octave, ef supe
rior finish and different styles, seme beene
tnUkl with Petri. They will ba tM at greatly reduced
prices. This presents a most favorable opptetnalty to
purchase a superior instrument at a bargain. Terms
made to suit psrehasers. 6. B. LOOKS,
dec-I3 tf Auctioneer and Beat Estate Broker.
THIMBLES! From No. 1 to No. IS;
THIMBLES t Oped and Closed Tap;
THIMBLES! AH SHver; .
THIMBLES! Steel Top;
THIMBLES! Gold Octagon;
THIMBLES I Geld Embossed;
THIMBLES! Gold Engine Turned ;
TBIUBLES! Engraved Geld ;
THIMBLES! Chas'd and Plain.
An excellent assortment of the above ean'alw&rabe
found at oar store, and especially at Ibis time.
dee23 J. E. MERRIMAN A CO.
A Great Variety
F Goods such at are generally kept In our Hne of the
most beautiful styles, suitable for
an of whishwe are selling very low.
ec23 J. E. MSRRlMAtf A CO.
WE have for sale a few of these curious instruments,
wbkh, by the entirely need principle of their opera
tion, completely puzzle alike the philosopher and the
nh thinking; no one bas yet been able to account for tbe
cause ot tbe motlsn exhibited by these Jokers, wbKh
seems to set tht itw of gravitation altogether at deaaBce.
Ton have dsiktlets witnessed spiritual manifestations
aad puzzled yotrbralst to account for the phenomena;
here is something equally mysterious oa which yen may
study as vainly to understand the cause as on the sub
ject et Spiritualism. If yen do est believe, come aBd
tee fsr yourselves and yon will acknowledge that It It the
most mysterious development ot mechanical laws you
cave ever seen or ctarit of,
J. E. MERRIMAN A CO.
I WISH to rent for tht present year
the Farm belonging to the estate of
W. F. Allen, lying within eight miles
ot Memphis, and is one of tbe beslCot-
tea Farms In Shelby county ; 275 acres
in cultivation, and two-thirds ot sec
ond bottom land, with a good DwelilDg House, Gia, MID
and all necessary outbuildings. Farm la rood repair.
Jan20-w5t B. McDAVITT, GaardUn
jLnnd Tor Sale.
S HUNDRED ACRES, thirty-
XJg ONE HUNDRED ACRES, thlrty-Sve of which
"saarecieareu, wim ragewttungana emir ouuaiags,
njtiyjaj itt Mississippi sad Tennessee Railroad,
are cleared, with log dwelling and other buildings.
fm eleven miles South ot Memphis, and adjoining
Horn Lake Depot, being a part ot the Southeast quarter of
Section 22, Township 1, and Range S West. Also, the
Southwest quarter of Section 21, Township 1, and Range
8 West, lying one-half milt from norn Laks Depot. A
kargaincan b had in these trastt of land Information
as tt terms, Ac, caa be obtained by addressing me a.
Hernando. Miss. J. K. CONNBLLT.
Valuable Land lor Sale.
I 0?FER for sale a valuable tract ot Land, sita-
'aated in Fayette and Haywood coanties, containing
about 1500 acres, oelag tbe tract of Land on which
B. B. DtGraffenreld resided at the time of his
death. The Land will be divided to suit purchasers. It
is situated near the Memphis and Ohio Railroad, and is
regarded as equal to any tract of the size in Fayette.
Purchasers are invited to come and examine It. Terms ef
sale will be liberal. A ply to me at my residence in Fay
ette, or to Calvin Jones, or W A. Williamson, at Somer
vUle. H. S. DeGRAFFENKEID, Executor.
I HATE three HOUSES and LOTS to rest for
the present year, sltuatM in the Northeastern
part of the city, n what Is known as Winches
ter Avenue, it being the property upon which I
now live. For a mere particular description, and far
dosing the contract of rest, call oaMtJer William Ruf
Ca. at tbe Gas Oface. BOB PRICE.
Trustee's Sale or Real Estate.
jdjj. Ia pursuance of a Deed ot Trust executed to me
fyxsen nunt, dated on the sixth day of February,
eighteen hundred and flf ty-Cve, and duly recorded
Ik the Recltter's offlce of the county ef Shelby, and State
of Tennessee, la Book No. 19, pages 166, 167 and ICS, on
If trch 21 st. 1853. 1 will proceed to sell for casD, at puHic
salt, la front et G B. Locke's Auctten House, east side
et Main stretl, Memphis, Trnnetsee, at 11 o'clock, oa
SATURDAT, the 11th ot February, A. D. 1857, tbe fol
Xiot of Groimcl,
with the improvements thereto, to wit: Beginning at a
ttaka on ths eatt side of Raybura street, at W. T. Avery's
fntw K. A. Parker's) southwest earner; thence sontb
.. . .. . . , .... - I , V
wltn taw sirtei wnr ouokn irvi u i umu
feetJtoasUkt; thence east seven bunorea ana tuiyne
feet ans tlx lncait iioit icti, u a tt r.i .
1... .v-.... .rfS wits ..Id ...nn. turn- hn.drmt ft tnd
ntt; tkencs north with laid avenue four hutdrtd f tet and
six leches (100H feet) to a stake at the said W T.Avery'e
(now R. A. Parker's) touthtatt corner; theses with tald
W. T. Avery't now R. A. Farktrs) souia line, west
seven hundred and sixty-one ieet and six inches (75 1H
feet) to the beginning, containing 'seven acres (7 acret);
being tho north halt ef Lot No. 19, laid of! by Wlllsugh
by Williams, south of and near the city of Memphis, and
the same that was deeded to Wm. Joyner by H. L. Guion
on tht 3d day et April, 1852. sad registered In the Regis
ter's efflce of Shelby county, Ttna., In Book 10, psgesNo.
mi .nd SOS. on tht 7th dty of May. 1S3I, and also dteded
by Wm. Joyner to Wm. Richardson Hunt, cn the th of
January, 1851, and by said Hunt deeded to Wm. Walker
The tltla to tnt aoovt property u mmipuuu, iw i
convey only such title as Is vested In me at Trustee.
Eaulty ot redemption Is wslved by the terms tf the Deed
of Trust. J- D. WILLIAM 3, irutiee.
Memphis, Jsnnary IQtn. isgj-ianiuua
FOR SAJtYE !
A PLANTATION oa the Mississippi
river, sixteen mBes below Memphis, In
Arkansas, adJolnlBf the one upon
which I reside. Said tract contains
J300 acres. S00 of which is above the
highest overflow, irrespective of the ltvee and the resi
dua (410) protected by said levee. 118 asres of this place
are in cultivation, (having been since 1S4I.) with 250
acres deadened Fronts tht Mississippi one mile, if
etrly applle.tloabemade.thlt tract win be sold low.
Possessloa givea immediately. For further particulars
refer to J. M. Shaw A Bo.. Memphis; J. Hawkins, of
Helena, Ark., or R. W. Humeri, on me premises.
' ' VIRGINIA W. COLLINS.
ALSO, two other Tracts In ttld county, with improve
ment of 20 acres. (JanlO-2wJ T. W. U.
53- Eagle and Enquirer copy.
THE undersigned bas a set of tbe latest Improved St.
Tsicli Steam Saw asd Grist Mill Machinery, which
be wishes to stl!, eltbtr part for cash or all on time. Any
person witting to buy the machbtry . asd has not a good
situation 10 put me 01111 op, 1 wiu ten uuu, iwi uvj v,
on time, six or seven hundred acret of aa good timbered
land as Is la the county, nine mllei from Mempbis, and
two from the Memphis and Ohio Railroad. My mill has
. tn.inch ertlnder and two JJ-lnch boilers. 13 feet long.
All of the machinery it new and la good runnlngorder
bands for Saw and Grist mm. -Jiy Aiacninery mat iwo
Stws tbelowtrone fifty and the upper oat thirty Inches.
tmh Mill It warranted to cut one thousand f est of lumber
per hour. If attended to as It should be. Any peron
wlshlag to buy a mill can get a bargain by call Ins on tbe
subscriber, at his res iaence, one ana a naii mucs ox itst
elih, Shelby county, Tena.
Jn9- D. II. SAXDERLXN,
I J TVTi et
For Xew Orleans.
CHOCTAW....'. B. SHSM.T, Master.
PJ, WILL leave rm SATtrSDAT.SMfc btet.,
ujk-jj! at v'ctuck. Want two thianad hales
Cotton, ror furtner tnJatMtaan aaair
Regular Memphis and White Hirer
Jfmnes . JLmigliHn
P. MAINGAULX, Master .J. P. BOOKER, Oat.
THIS fast roBBtag, freight and paeea
ger picket, will leave Memphis tor Jack
tonpert and alt inttimtdtete toniltBgi,
every Wednesday, at 4 aslek, r. x.
For freight or passage, apply en boarder to
W. W. HOtE, Aajest,
dec30-3ai Net. 3 Bank Aveaae.
1856. is:::: 1357,
MOSES MCLELLOIV &, SUPERIOR.
James P. Smith, Master.
B2QTJXAK TJ. S. MAIL PACKET USE.
u ON the resampttsn or ,PmXtW
prVl aavtgattea a line ef first Us&
dass packets win -l5SSXiI
raence their regntar trips mini i
between Memphis, Cairo and LentsviHa, caaBecthtc 'at
Memphis with the New Orleans packet line, at Cairo
with the TUinois Central Kauroaa, ana as ivtnisvutt wnn
tbe Lonlavdle and Ctachrcatt packet tine.
These Boats at fitted up and ratal shed la elegant style,
with ev-ry regard for tbe comfort and cenvenienee at
passengt rs, are oQcered by carrfnl tad experienced Base,
who. by strict attention to bnsinest, hope ta merit tho
confidence andpatrenaceot the pnbnc.
LATALLKTTE A MORRIS, Agents. Mespbif .
ortl BKNBDICT A SON, Agents, LoostfiMc.
53" R4te and Enqnifsr copy.
Memphis, White River and Napolooa
TJ. S. 3IAII. PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Lacoaia & Goocodki
STEAMER KATE FRISBHE,
JOHN T. SHIELET, Master... .WM. T. WOOB, Cats.
) THIS "w, splendid and fast rtueif,
TrxJe in piace ef the Jaavs uachttB,wiii
continae rezaJarly in the tiade. leavhaz
Memphis every MONDAT and FK1DAT at 2 cAsack r.
ar., punctually, cenaectiag at Nsnoseen wtth White- and
Arkansas river bests tsktac fretaht aad puis tea gats to
White river tt regalar rates. Ret u lasts, kMvas Ifape
leon every TCBSDAT and SATHTIBAT, arriving alMem
phls SaBday and Wednesday f 1 1 wtatt-
Thankfnl for former patntaafe, the stasis hape bt
merit a ceattnnance ef the xate tt their aw bMt, pse
mising strict attcnttoa ta bastnias.
LAYALLKTTE A MOP. MS, Adenas.
Notice to SitirrtM. The 'FrHnae" w
fretaht antU one clock en Monday, atnt dnrtj
tire day Thursdays, and antU eae o'clock Pvtntpa.
MEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS
TN order to accommodate the public, the
X masters of tbe Packets heretofore in thettaaelittsuan
the two cities have ormuzed a Comcanyta ran a M-
Weekl, Lute f Packets between Memphis and New Or
leans, under the name and style ot ths
. . , , , w. , -
JieElpUIS ana AQVf JHCaH5 raCKCl LU
The Boats composing tbe Line are an ef the Ires situ,
inferior to none in the West or Sonth for speed, atmsntt
ted safety They wiU leave each piace every Mef,
Wednetdoy and Friday, at 3 o'clock r. K.
Particular attention vrtll be paid ujr bmirMt.
NEBRASKA R- Alex, trwnn, Masteft.
1NGOMAB L- MePiaitgh,
JOHN SIMOND8 .Wm. Wrap-. Master
n. R. W. HILL. .Thes. at. 3twess, "
BBN FRANKLIN M. G. Anders, Master.
BELFAST H. UCtaMfa,
Shippers and Passengers may rely the past,
the boats of this tine.
A etaMBaaace of the patronage hitherta extended U
the owners ef this Bne Is respectinBy set tested.
LAVALLBT7R A MORRIS; Agents.
53 OOee aeUetBtBt: W. B. Blriimjart A Oat, cutatr
Ceart street and Front Row. sep
I HATS iatt received tease at i
gant FRENCH BOUaUXMR FdAJfM.
from the celebrated PUete ftllilf at
" Brabd, " at Paris and LiaSia. atntesV
fer thera for tale. I keep those splendid little OtsSAlK.
called Seraphiae, with troaa ten tt thirteen ilipi. asset asl
the latest improv menu. Tb;se are knowtt ta be the bats.
Iastrntneats forCharches, Lttkjes ana scsttat ntsaii. AH
InstrameaU told by me a.e warrantetl tar Baa yaars.
53TBntngaodRepairtncot PtantM, Ttttsat, atgana,
Meudeons, etc., etc., done aaa wiekauBtike msnatr at
53" I de not pretend to give lessens ta any Basaaer aad
variety of Instruments.
HENRT G. BOLLXXBSRSt
UnS-tf Mt Mam street.
To Southern and Western Mer
chants. Wolfe's Celebrated Schiedam
Depot, No. SS Common Street, Xew Orleans,
JAMES W. BURKE, Agent.
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
rpHE whole country is flooded with Conatrrlett ;
I imiiaiioa Btnoappi. ic f
to nnrchate only the ceamn- arrlde, n
imported bv ruOLPHO WOLFE, which has tlx
the manafactarer on the bottle, cork and taM.
For sale by all the respectable Drnggittt and Get tens.
Read the opinions ot the New Tork Press.
J. W. BUKZJC, A,
S6 Common street. New IMsaas.
From the New Tort Mercury .1
Fraudulent Imitations of Super tor Commodities.
Among the many dishonesties ot trade watch tnaaaatat
sense of the eonMBunlty is called aaa ta eappresi, we
would particularly notice a mos- pernidoas and iafiusstt i
practice adopted by unscrupulous dealers, of htiittftng
asd ctranterfettiBg the exterior appearance and preew
tionary tobeltotpopnttr drags, BMdieaaMats, aad eslMr
artides of personal eansamptlen, anJ thaw, by seHlnti
upon the well acoatred reptHatlen of an enttptashtg tra
der, paimint: esT most dM tractive aad tearthtsrs tatn
poaBds.to tb lore detritoeot not only of thMBStBnstr.
but to the character of the awn who has ? tstlsd thttaa
ands ot dolUn in brincUHJ tbe genaiae artiaVt lata "S
tetm and demand. These petty Itrcrr.y thtetes aa the
pest of all honorable dealers and traders and ttetaadw
is as mach highway robbery asth vtweat ittirtaaiittsfl
ot their neighbor's parte ; tn fact, they are biatath that
bsrgter and highwayman in dsgniiy :er these tetter
felons exhibit a bravery or recUessatss of csWaster to
nowise disttnguisbiB the mercantilt aesassins woa stab
in the dark. Asd ought they sot to be rewarded wish a
punishment eosanteBanrate with the cowardice at their
crime? We were led to these ressrks by acclelentaarab
servtng a sparioas counterfeit ef Udeipho W'eisVt ScMe
dam Schnapps. The labets were iaaMatrd perstctly, wtth
the slight addition of a few lettete to V ttehastiil
avordanceef the law agalntt coemterfeitinst the buttle,
were very similar, and everything prrparedto sntpese
apon a careless parchaser. Now is not the ansa win
perpetrated this fraud a felon, a rabherT Astnjedtrbe
is ; fer, at Mr. Wolfe hat expended terse saats to betas;
bit genuine imported Schnapps into peptdar desaanet, that
demand may be Jattly constdeied a part et hit capital ia
trade, and a fellow steattng a part et his repntattna It as
raachatbief aslf he had stolen a barrel of bit Sehasnpi
in balk. And to thltc'ime he adds a I Briber one of de
frauding the eommaalty by giving them a m Inane artatse
for the money they Intended to expend for a uuuimt iltj
la which they had conadtam. And. further, tvesr man
who participates Indirectly in the fraud, by teOntg spa
cious artiel'S, Is as mach of anotPrnder at thajstsaalpil
who planned the lrattsltiaa. The renteay af M. WeSte
sbaWl:elnhichomgalleneerned8a-ta the iiatiil
et the community thus swindled by tbeir enwsatatnaaasl
ancsntcloBtly Imposed npon by tteir aexlotM ceanpcll
tiens We trust that Mr. Wolfe win obtain Bastes, Bat
only of the coseoctors of these CMMterfrili, bat e every
man curias them for Jile. aad tba pbth them to tha
world ; tor bis own reparation aad the health ot tha eent
mHnltydemaBd that all parties shocsd be uMIvHh
pillory of public execration.
From the New Terk Dispatch.
An Infamous Hoslcets.
TThea an enterpritlng man ttarts eat a new baintsil,
to Ue estabUshment ot which he gives bis tndajhT, tal
ents and pecuniary means, can anything be mere ts
temptibie than te have another steal m, ad, ondacspe
cioos pretexts, hold out te the pabtM an tUeratr uttatt,
and endeavor to obtain their paUnnasa? Pray, want
difference la there, so far as the honesty ef the tttntg ts
concerned, between purtotntBS the baeinets by wnMta
citizen hopes to make Ms bread asd ttealiatr the stfasd
Itself? A common thief. If he taket wttaont leave, haw
ever hungry, a loaf ef. bread froa a baker's shop, is ap-
tars in his pocket, and he may, with impnntty, aay, even
with the appUase of his frtlowii, by knavery, Jargery as
other Infamous means, take the business of aa bnaest
man from him, and go Hnsea'hed of Jntttee. An tats h
oa-m vars since a
since a sucma oc ion osy
daral Wolfej T introduced to the cMltens of nteTBttett
StlteS S meUICSt'
medicated articla of gtn, which was hafbty ap
proved by professional gentlemen as a taperttr taste tnd
deobttrnent, and the knowledge of which he, by atrver
tisemeat and otherwise, dtssealnsted threnghaat tha
courtry . So soon as tricksters, who pass in the hntlaeas
community as honest men, saw that Mr. Wolfe wasstkety
to have handsome returns tor tbe money which he had
expended, they set about forging his labels and pahsins o
UP n the people UC ,rai-ui,- immto nuj,uu.
which they have the hardihood to call "Schiedam
Schnapps." Ia some instances iney nave gene so rar as
to put Wolfe's name to their vtUainoat liquids . As this
horde sre growing bold m their rascalities, it ts time tha
public la towa and courtry were put upon their guard.
Consumers should be sure tbat they purchase the genu
ine article, or else their health may be irreparably tnjnrrd,
by using tbe horrible stuff that unscrupulous men, be
cause they can buy It cheap, wlH offer as the genuine ar
tide. Pure Schiedam Schnapps can only le btaiaed at
the stores ot respectable druggists and raerehsnts, m
town and country, and at the eatabUshaent ot VHstotW
Wolfe, Nos. IS. 20 and 22 Beaver street, hi this eMy,
where it Is gotten up exclusively. We think Mr. Wolfe
owet it to ntmseti arm tne wsuubbiij 9 pctiisn, oy
name, the rascalt who are that attenspttag te daman
both him and these who would be his easterners. He
should net permit his modesty to hold htm back from ma-
kinc to rlthteaut an expo-
Fine Cypress Timber for Sale!,
r Dyer County, within two mBes or the Mleiteetppt
river, Into which it can b easily fttsted. Addtattflthe
aaderslgned Immediately at syersbnrg. Tens. a, ,
Janl5-daw2w a. R.tu.TrA.
Huntin: Imnlcraents, k-
ALL KINDS We have Just added "to oar pmlaostf
. large stock of these goods.
janlo J- mubkimaj w.
ALL persons indebted to at eilher by note-oca swan
will come forward aad settle, as longer antnenea
cannot be given.
POPE A BROTHERS.-
235Mala-st.. Memphis, Tfnn.
SOMERTILLE MALE ACADEMY,,
WILL open oa MONDAT, Ihe 2d af February, In .
building which has lust been erected. Tbis bW
ln: has been especially adapttd. In Its interior esasttna
tion and arrangemect, to convenience, health, and goetl
tatterrnd to the requirements ef this school, and win bs
furnished with tho most Improved school funtttsre,
(single desks-acd chairs,) and other edwaileea! appti
aacts. For lnf trmatloa, address the Princlptt.
S. M. MOORE,
ax20-w3t Sotaerrnle, Ttan.