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,THE DAILY APPEAL,
7RIDAT JANUARY 30, 1857.
' We are obliged to Hon. A. G. Bbowjt, I
ef Mt-sisstopi, for vilcitle coalmen ts mi speeches fr-
-warded to this eiSce.
5P"Mr. Wa. D. Gilmore entered upon the
daises ef his eSos as U. S. Mail agent en yesterday. Be
started for Cairo an the -tearier .Foili City.
Officer Clark, yesterday morning ar
retted a aegro who vu found by the oarers of Uie JVKl
Ofta, secreted beneath the wood rack. Ee sij-i be belongs
tea piiater to. Louisiana. He 1 cow la the calaboose.
ES" We invite attention to a letter on our
secuud pas, this mar Bias, from a correspondent, at jack'
tea, litis., aad invite perusal. "We hep to bear from the
lime aawee a sate.
2 EWer Jacob Creath, of Missouri, will
leetorc In - Christian Church, next Sunday naming, at
11 eeetk, ee tbt revision ef the Scriptures. Tbt pabHe
art JbtKkI to attend.
t"Tht Ho. Jacob Thompson, of Mis-
iktifift, aad f imily.irriTed in the city yesterday, and took
rw-is it the GsramH-UI. They are on their return from
a vie it to New Orleans, and will go ent in the can thli
g" Ow sanctum was yesterday favored
i iirtsnifem w . i jtcoosxice, ks- latee-itcr of
the Fraakttn Heme Press. Mr. McGoxkico Informs as
tisat he anticipates locating In ear city, in a abort time,
for the parpett ef prosec-ting the practice cf the law, a
profession in -which he hai been engaged for several
New Classical Scehbol. IVe invite atten-
ttealetheeardef Mr. JONES, agraeaate ef the Cat'
varsity of Virginia, proposing to open anew Classical and
Mathematical School in this city. Wo have tees teitl-
maeiali of tht very highest character from Frefeattrs
eio, MiGurriD and DrTxnr in favor of Mr.
JoES' proftcieacy, scholastic attassKBenls and high met-
al character, asd trutt that be will be warmer seconded
by eareMxeat in bis efforts to establish a high school of
tfes Utt class.
gT'We are indebted to the gefitlezaaaly
Cet of the steamer FOh Ctfttor a Elect New Osteons
seers. This boat is one of the few packets plying be
tween Ntw Orleans and cities above Meeapbii, whkh
carries a rail sopplyot newspapers. J edging rrotn the
ieaee ales of papers which we noticed in difierent
parts 9t the oSeo, we sbenM Jadgt she toast have left
New Orito-s wMh at least five or six hasdred copies of
tee dtSenat papers of that city. We observed white ea
board, that every cttieea wh asked fer a paper was
prorapttr 1 applied. May ether boats - go asd do like
J5?"VTe saw a cemraoBicatiea in yesterday's
jHwesm ireoa jaessrs. jrAi-siBiiB a. uaaaij, csarg-
iig that a noitee which wo ffiies ea Taesday last was a
misSstee. We beg leave to say K was ae mistake oa oar
part, fer we got oar ialorsaattoa from Mr. Harris, and
ho aad his parteer skoaM have stated in their card sach
fact net leave the eomtaaaMy to infer that we are
aargeaMe with their mitlmke. Mr. Martin has been
heaoraMr aeqaKted, aad if there is any btame attached
to Ms arrest, aad the eonseqaeat pabtteatien, they, not
wo, are the parties neea whom it thoaid rest.
gT We invite attention to the card of Mr.
&. a. xarkax, sa swan owraa, a jvass anoprnms-
lag lawyer, who has jost removed from Soeaerrille to this
esty. Mr. P. tatcads to make Memphis his heme. a
this eensecttaB we wi l state that searl every day wc
learn of some new arrival from towns aad etties both far
asd aear, of men of the highest respeeiebHfiy, ant proml-
neat la their aeveral neighborhoods. There is stttl room
for mere, and it wW aSord us pleasure to chronicle the
arrival ef hundreds, aye, thoasands, durlop the present
ytar. Mesapais i assaattag that prominence among
cHies for watch she Is so JasUy entitled, and when the
Beit erases is takes we doubt net the population win
range botweea thirty and forty thoaaaad.
Miss Macsie Mitchell's Benefit. This
f avartte actress aad eatiiaabie yeaae lady tatei a benefit
to-alght at the Theatre. She has selected three cf her
favorMe pieces for the Bight's performance, ia each of
which she win appear. To ask ef the Ibeatre-goiBg pab
loc, who bars witaes sed her acting en one or more nights
et hor pre sect saeeMsfal engagement, to attend this even
ing and give her a warm weioose, might be deemed folly
ea ear part, heace we are content with making the simple
aaaeaBCeaeat that this evening has been set apart by the
management fer Miss Maggie Mitchell's Beaefx
Skt vaV off and tptai Jsr hmelf.
The Theatre last night was densely crowded, and the
greatest satisf aetsoa was given the largo aadience la aS
teadaace. Well has Miss Mitchell earned thepteaiing
trtleof "Talry Star."
Mechanics' Ixstitcte. IttviHberjerceiv-
ed ky the aaaexod notice, that aa eCjrt is being made to
revive the Mechanics' lastttete. We hope K w.M be sac
cessfal. As we have remarked prevtoasiy, there Is too
Utile interest taken is sach matters by Mecheaks, and
whether this or any other notice emaaatiag freta the
press can arouse them from their lethargy a fat are will
havo to determine.
Call Meetixo. Thmmbrs et the Mechanics' Ia
sHtete wM meet at the Lamp Pett office, en Satarday
evening, the 3lstof this month, at early gas-light.
The eset or this meeting is to reorganize. It Is hoped
that all who feel an Interest la the character and eteva
Men of the mesbanrcs will be present
B. F. 0. BROOKS, Scc'y.
Frbsi up the Riter Arrival of the T.
G. TwiexELL. fiarly last evening the steamer T. C.
TvichtM, eesmanded by Captaia M. B. Smith, arrived
at ear laadlag, and she was soon crowded by persoas anxl
eaa toksow the f ate of the steamers JWaycra aad Cum
berland, beta; the first beat that haa arrived from
above far ever eae week. Prompted by cariosity as well
by desire to ascertain what was traeepiriag in the icy re
gie., we riiKtd the boat, aad from her gentlemanly ost
eon shtaieed the iafonnatlen sehtotned.
A day or two after the departare ef the passengers from
the .Vicjcro, the arrival of whom la oar city has already
been acted, the steamcra ffeodfari aad J C. Steon, ar
rived at Island 31, aad took the retaaiarBg passengers as
weH as the f erattare of the boat, aad a portion of her roi
ehtaeiy to Pattoa, a potet some s?ea aiUes above, being
i the foot of a gorgt, estimated at J rem fifteen to twenty
mUes in length. When the steamer T. C. TmchtH ar
rived at ike scene of the disaster an arrangement was
made between Captains SroTTs and Smith, that the
latter shoatd take on his boat the freight saved as well as
the passeagers, Ihtn at Fatten. Ia eempUance with this,
the T. C. Taichetl took from the Ataesre, the C. S
Mall; the baggage of the passeBgers; IBS males aad 70
headot cattle; aad the faUewlag freight as per MM ef
lading: M9 kales of cotton ; 24( beis. soar; it bbis
pork; IK bats, lard; 6caiksbacea; 15 roils leather; 28
bags feathers, aad 1 box maze.
She thea proceeded to Fattoa and t.ok en beard the pas
seagers, seme forty in namber.
OaptasB Smith informs as that the asaohttsery f the
Xitf trc wt be saved, bet that the beat wM be, other
wise, a total less. When he left her, there were oaiy ea
board Captaia SroTTs, bis wife., the Seers of tht beat,
I with the exception t the pilots aad first dork) aad the
The gorge above Fatten Is repreeeated as being eae
et the strongest ears that has ever been known ia the
Western coaatry, aad thai there Is do probability of Its
beirg broken, ae that beats can pass antti there Is a heavy
rise from above. The following beats ate in the gorge :
Jttnetr, -V. W. Teller, Chambers aad Snlicna. the
Amazes is at the head ef the gorge. Before the Taich
(tt left the island, some fear or fire miles of the gorge
had broken loose, carrying with it a bargo beienticg to
the A. If' Tajftor, whkh, however, was recovered by
the Ji". S. XtUen, the captain ef which will claim aal--rue.
At the foot ef the gorge are thef stUwtag boats : Wood
ford, L. At. Kennett, J. C. Ssoon, W S. Ktlton, Jfta
Lucy, Scotland, V. O. Taylor, aad Chancellor, an
bound for ports above.
The Afeonis had arrived at Randolph, bat ascertaining
that she weald act get maeh farther, wisely eoaetnded to
retarn, and may be expected at oar landtag to-day.
The steamer Cunhertcr.d is lying ia a critical condi
tion three mites this tide 1 f Randolph, being hard agreand,
cn)y her stem being la deep waUr. The Eurepa was
alicgsMeef her taking off freight.
Ia eaaraisatlon with stcamboatmen ea the TisiehtU,
we leaned laey viewed this winter as the severest eae,
so far aa saviiatieB is concerned, within their tannery.
The eniy freight tor this port which was lest was nine
teen bales at cotton and one barrel of lard, consigned to
Messrs. Webb &. Saffuxoi. -
Several bales of cotton ee board the TwlchiU were
aved ia a damaged condition.
A Card. At a meeting of the passengers
01 ine.tisjcra, oncearaine joan v. steon, on Satur
day, Janaary 2Mb, 1857, Dr. D. P. White being called to
the Chair, and O. D. Finch, appointed Secretary, on
motion of Wm. Lindsay, the following persons, passen
gers ea the steamer Sisgara, were appointed a Committee
to report resstetlons expressive; of the conduct of
the officers and crew ef that boat in the dangers attend-
ntcrw her wreck, whereupon the Chilr appointed
Judge Jhn P. Devcrcaux, A. G. Bobbie and Wm. Lind
say said Coratalttes, who reported the foUowlng resolu
tions. The cantrsigrjed passengers on the Niagara npon her
late disastrous trip from Cairo to Orleans, dsilrons to
give expression to the rosptct and confidence they eater-
tain for Capt. Harry J. Spotts and the other officers and
crew of that boat
Keselved, That it affords them creat deasnre to give
their slapte testimony to the coolness and manly bearing
wnten marxoa the cjnduct of tbe officers In command,
aad the kindness of his lady, and tht crew generally, and
thus to express their confidence anl obligation to thase
who were Irfchargo of them In tils Imlneat emergency
rrom wcicn tney nave been so signally rescued.
DANIEL. P. WHITE, Cicfman.
C. D. Fisch, Secretary.
Mesisrs. P ker. Green Wolf, McMnrry, Petlke, Jones,
Childress, Hanson, MeEinney. Jthn Scruggs. John Sym,
8. 8. McLemore, A. G. Hobble, J. Hart, Enoa Daniel,
jonn uorcoran, a. a. Deer, Wm. W. Say, R. A. Taylor,
Jr., Wm, D. Sod, John Pope, D. it. Griffith, John P. I
uevercacx. amns. sr. u. jieea, IjCWIS uau, Jimn i
Maxwefl, Joseph Stockton, Geo. Hunter. I
f isM tf0S bJ ffokjjraj
TO ASSOCIATED TRESS OF MEMPHIS.
LATER FROM ;EUROPE.
ABBIVAL OF THE STEAHEK AHAQO
New Tore, January 23, r. sr. The steamer Arego
The Cotton market has declined KJtd. since Friday,
Sales on Thursday, 2600 bales. The market closed heavy.
Flonr declined 6d. sine Tuesday. Corn declined Cd. since
Tuesday. Money tctlTe. Manchester traderatherqnlct,
drooping. Consols declined K 8SH9JK.
But few circulars hare keen received by this steamer.
Buyers shy at pretest rates. Ko quotations received.
Trade throughout Eaglaad generally dull. The Cotton
market is very much unsettled i quotations nominal.
There has been a great gale on the Northumberland
coast; thirty Teasels were wrecked, and fifty persons
The Portuguese Cortes opened, and the King's speech
was delivered. He thanked America for the succor she
had extended the inhabitants of tht Cape deTerd Islands,
Fakis, January 12. The Swiss question is regarded as
A great battle has been fought Ictwoen the Russians
sad Circassians. The former retreated with a loss cf
two thousand 31 en.
The dtfStulttfs between Spain and Borne hare been ad-
Hostilities still going on at Canton. Americans are
participating in the straggle. Trade is suspended.
The funeral of the Archbishop of Paris was attended
with great psmp.
Death of Mr. Brooks.
Washington, Jaaaary 29. There was an Immense
assemblage at the Capitol to-day. The death of Hon.
Prestos S. Brooks was announced in the Senate by Mr.
Evans. He was foHowed by Messrs. Hunterand Toombs,
Bis death was announced in the Bocae by Mr. Keitt, who
was followed by Henri. Catnpball, CUngman and Savage.
Mr. Brovks f sacral lakes place to-day.
Important Arreata Further Foreign Hews.
SrwToiE January 28 Fx-Csnsul Fabens and half
a desen of General Walker's officers have been arrested.
Warrants are oat for sixteen others. The Tcnnrnce was
overhauled, aad arms and ammunition fesad. The
steamer has been detained.
The Governor General of Cuba refased to send stoop to
Canton, as reuses ted by Gen. Sejmear. The former has
referred the matter to the British Cabinet.
Atlantic Telegraph Steamer Lyonnalse.
Kew Tore. January 29 A stroag feeling Is existing
agalast the exdaolvemaaaer in which the Atlantic Tele
graph Is managed. Another company is organising to
eenstract a Hoe direct with America.
The Boston Journal deaeaaces the Sabmarine Tele
graph, asd praaeaaces It another Batlfax monopoly.
Two seamen beteagiag to steamer Lyonnaise, were res-
eaedfrom a raft by the bark Ttttx, from ott.n fer Bio,
when three days oat. The seamea report that sixty ef
the steamers passengers were drowned. The remainder
took boats, aad were brobably reamed by other veosela in
Fire in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Jaaaary 29. A balldiag belonging
to the Gtrard Trust, near Third and Ckestnat streets, was
baiat last night. The LtdgtrxnA Bulletin establishments
River Sows aad Markets by Telegraph..
Louisville, Janaary 23. The river has risen six
Cikcissati, January 18. The river has risen forty
St. Loci j, January 23. The river has risen thirty
inches; it is swelling everywhere. The steamer Bigh-
flfr has been raised. The lee has moved three hundred
yards, bearing the marine docks; it is stationary now,
aad persons are still grossing on It,
St. Louis, Jaanary 2 The river has fallen two
Inches; la other respects unchanged. The weather Is
mild and pleasant.
Ciscis.vati, Janaary 29. The river has risen thirty
Inches, aad Is stiU swelling. The ice remains firm. The
weather was eeM last night It la thawing to-day. At
Maysvitte the river has risen a foot. The creeks above
are running out heavily. There are good prospects of a
Louisville. January 29. All points report the river
stationary. It is melting in day time aad freezing at
night. The weather u dear. The ice is solid. There
are hopes ef a speedy break np. The lee at Portland has
moved 200 yards. A a amber of boats havo dropped Into
the canal. ,
Cincinnati, Janaary 29. Flour dall, more bnyers
than seHars and quoted at $5 60. Mess pork, demand
good, rasre buyers than setters ; prices stirrer, not quota
bly higher. Whisky ia demand, good tsndlng upward,
22 c- white, $1 15 $1 16; red $1 1931 20
Corn firm, 56G2e.
Xew Tore, January 29. Flear, demand moderate,
firm. MLtsd corn in fairdsmand and firm at .3c. Mess
Perk, demand good aad tending upward, 21 K. Cotton
matkot dell. Lard baoyast, barrel, 13:.
Pittsburgh, Janaary 29. The weather Is mlid and
dear. Thermometer 36 degrees above xero. River sta
tionary. The ke Is firm yet.
Pittsburgh, Janaary 23. The river has risen one
foot, now stafemary with fear feet la the channel. The
weather was colder last night, and was f reeling slightly.
The weather is bow mild, but cloudy, with Indications of
Xew Orleakc, Janaary 23. Sales of cotton to-day.
12,060 bales prices unchanged.
New Tore, Janaary 27, r. M. Cclten market steady;
sales SO0 bales.
Charleston, Jaaaary 2t. The cotton market Is still
depressed. Saks 749 hates.
jart flf lITcntjjjjis-
The river is fined with Coating ke, from the brckea
gorge above Randolph, and the giving away of a portion
et the gorge above Fatten ; it is still rising slowly, and
there Is a prospect ef the If. J. II'. tftff and Choctav
getting over the bats below without difficulty. Siere Is
iittk to note at the landing other than beelaest Is dull
and there Is any quantity of mud.
J3 The T. C. Tviehtll arrived last evening from
above. She will leave early this morning for JtewOr-
lsins We commend her to passengers as an excellent
btat, having superior aosommodations.
$3- The stearaera St. Francis, T. C. TwidicU, Henry
Least, II. Jt. W. BUI, Kate Fristee, Editor anl Joan of
Are, are the boata now at the landiBg.
J3 By an oversight we stated that the JTofr Trislee
weald leave yeiterday. Friday Is htr regular day, and
this afteraoon she will resume her regular trips between
this city and Xapoieee, carrying the U. S. MaH. Captain
Shirley Is her comaundtr, and Will Wood Is her first
clerk. These gentlemen are her owners, and are so well
kaowa aa oMigiBg and catef al eracers that It is not neces
sary to farther commend them to those who wish to take
a trip to KapolooB, or ap White river. The Kate Trisbtt
connects with the White river Mall line, aad Captain
Shirley Islam sd us yesterday that he had received a let
ter imparting the Information that the Ursfcanye would be
at Napoleon apoa hor arrival to take tht mail, passengers
aad whatever freight might be destined for points up that
X3 The Belfast was passed by th Tails City at Na-
poieen, on Taesday. She win be at the landing to-day.
$3-The II. It. IV. IIOl is the next regular packet for
Jj- The Editor did 1 et gi t ofT las t eve4iti;. She Is ad
vertised to kave to-day at twelve o'clock for White river.
Captain Brady and Mr R Uns are g ntlerainly cHcers,
and these who travel' oa the Editor can depend upon re
ceiving good accommodations.
g"Tbt Florence (Ala) Gazelle, of the
2ith inst., gives the following good aetlce of two citizens
recently of that place, who bare made Memphis their
home. We wetooma them here :
Two Cood Old People Gone to Memphis. A
short lime ago we bid God speed to twoof Florence's eld
est and most beloved cttisens. Col. Sannonerand his ines
timable lady, who removed from this pace to Memphis,
Tennessee, in whkh city reside four of their tons. For
many Jeor, long years ago long before we were born,
have these good old people b en living here, most dearly
beloved aad respected by the whole community. In the
evening of life they bave gone from amongst those with
whom their palmiest days have been spent, sincerely and
kindly remembered by all both young and old. AU our
ettlzens partlcepate In tht wish that wherever they go,
may they ever bt happy and blessed.
At Calvary Church, on the 29th last., by Right Rev.
Jas. H. Otey, Dr. James Cobret, of Chattanooga, and
Miss Kate, daughter of Samuel P. Walker, Esq., of this
Q Nashville, Chattanooga and Pittsburgh papers
M, FROM the subscriber, on the night of the 25th
Jy? Instant, tlx Xegro Men, four of a dark copper color,
' ns tnr cf Black color, the latter being spare
T imade. The four copper colored negrtet are rather
low and stonUr built. Their nines are JOE, a black
smith, BILL, HEN'RT, OATO, MAJOR aad SAM. I will
give a liberal reward for their apprehension, or any In
formation respecting them will be thankfully received.
X. T. JJRAZLEMAXN,
Ja29-dawlm Cotton riant, Miss.
J. S. WHITE. M. D..
LATE of Hardeman county, having removed to Mem
phis, ofiers his professional services to the citizens.
OOe on Court Square, on door west of Wallace's Auc
tion host. Residence on Pontotoc street, sonth side.
between St. Patrick and St Martin. an2S tf
A COOK. WANTED.
A GOOD COOK is wanted for a small family. An old
woman preferred, and ent that has bo chBdrea. A
fair price will ba paid, If early application is made at the
Appeal Offlce. las-Sl
ON Lauderdale street, outside tbe corporation.
NIKE ACRES OF LAND, which has been oe-
capiolfor yean by (Gardener. On the prem
ises is a small dwelling, contalnlnx four rooms
and basemsat. There Is a good cistern near tht house
Thore Is also a good orchard, aud a fine grape arbor. Ap-
janSj-tf JOHN C ANNO VAX,
MEUPBIS DAILT APPEAL OTFICE,
Friday, January 30, i7,
COTTOH There Is nothing doing In the market. Sales
yeiterday did not exceed 2C0 bales. Wc continue quota
tions for the present wlthtut change.
MBit PUIS COTTON QUOTATIONS.
Inferior tH& 9 IStrictMlddUnc.il J.'HK
Ordinary MC4 SK I Good Mlddllng.UKeO
Good Ordinary... .10 glOX I Middling Fair.. 12KS12M
Low Middling.. ..I0K&U I Fair (scarce). ..izjtou
Middling 11 11 I
HEW ORLEANS MARKET.
OFFICE OF TBE FICATUNE,
Friday Evsclng, January 23, 1S57.
COTTOX We left the Cotton market at the close tf our
last weekly review wtta a quiet and drooping appearance,
which continued oa aaiuraay, tut sales or tcatcayrtaea
Ing barely 4500 bales, at Irregular and easier prices for
buyers, un aunaay morning we pumisnea the aavices
of tht steamer City of IVasMngton, embracing Liverpool
dates to tno 31 si or iecmoer, ana reporting an active
and advancing Cotton market at Liverpool. This ntws.
however, producd hut Utile effect with us, and tht trans
actions of xooaayaianti exceed 7,000 bales, buyers still
having tke advantage In the rates. On Tuesday morning
wo laid the Amcrica'r accounts before the public fully
confirming thctt of the City of TVashtrton, and during
that day ana me following purchateis were fosna for
2S. 000 bsles, prices beisg suil more In favor of buyers,
thouch wlthtut any marked decline, yesterday, with
s I 111 rcrther concessions on the part or factors, about 18,
000 biles changed hands, the prices psid requirtng a re
duction In our ngures or se ror most qualities. To-oiy,
with later advices from Europe overdue, the demand his
been less general, and the sales have not exceeded 10,000
bales, which wgald make a total of business of 67.500
bales for tea weex, mo maraei closing at tht range or
our quotations, which are now as follows:
Inferior 9X SK Middling
Ordiaary 10 &I0H I Good Middling
GoodOrdinary...llH(311H Middling Fair,
Low Middling.. .IIN&IIK Fair
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st September, 1S54 Bales 7.1S3
Arrived since 1,015.170
Arrired to-day 6,S57
Bxported to date 613.659
Exported to-day 11234
Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared 403,252
Saturday. January 21. 1357 1 P. M.
Cottox There haa been some inquiry this morning.
but thus far we have neara 01 no transactions or impor
Sea ak Some 100 hhds have been sold this morning at
Molasses The market Is dull, and with trifling re
ceipts, ws aotice sales of only about 100 bbls choice at
63HC, ana 70 uoeaen cyrap at 7uc t gauon. .
Tobacco cunng reported tans rar.
Flour There Is a good demand, and wa already hear
of soa 3500 bbls sold. Including 1000 tcperfiao Et. Louts
atS712X;!00OtatwoloU at tbe same; 1000 at S7 20
and 300 choice extra (Union) at $3? bbl.
CORK llowers are asking si t susbtl for gooa lots.
Wheat asd Oat We hear of no salea of any conse-
jjras sow neia at si su ft iiv ei ana npwaras.
Pork Mess is retailing $21 fiObbl, and holders ask
Bacos Liesr slats are retailing at the aarancea inn
of llltrt S.
lard llowers asimg i2xsi3e?i jsrorprimeiniiois.
Whiset Rectified held at 40c f gallon.
Coftee The sales embrace 5 bags Rio at IOh'c; CO
at IOS'c. and 100 Jamaica at 12c f s.
Freights Xotnlng reported thus far.
Xxchanoes We hear of no alteration In the rates.
MEMPHIS DOMESTIC MARKETS.
Baooiko aud Hope. ...Kentucky Bagging, 19?0
for Band Loo.r, and 2122 for Power Loom; Rope,
Hand Spun, ll12o, Machine Spun, 1212Kc.
flour.. ...s bbl., 37 7&fctS3, suptrnne ranqr ssisss
25; Extra 39 50(3(10. Prices of Flour are sustained by
the dose of navigation. The stock Is light; the demand
Wheat.. ..Sales at frem 65c toil per bushel; but
OATS.... Stock light, with limited demand; In sacks.
delivered. 46350c and retail 60c.
levee sold at 4517c bushel, sacks furnished by buyer,
and 55c, sacks furnished by seller.
COR!(....JsarittrnDutstuc; in aacxs ooiff.uc
Powder.. ..Kentucky Rifle ten keg lots and upwards.
S 25: under ten. not less than five kegs.36 50: nndur
Ave ken. SS 75; Mining Powder, ten keg Iota and up
wards, $4 75; five kez lots and upwards, S5; uncer five
kegs $5 25.
STOCK M.ARIET....Tnere is a gooa aemana ror an ac-
scriptioBS of Stock, and buyers are paying from 4 to 6e
for good beeves; 5($6 cents ror nogs, ana 91 du$3 w
H head for sheep, according to quality and size.
Seeds. ...We quote clover at $U$12?, bushel; blue
grass $2 60; timothy $4gS5;herdsgrasa $2$260;mus
beet, $3 SO; orchard $2 60, scarce; millet seed $2S2 25.
Sugars. ...rair iuhcsu, i-rime iimkux, cnoice
212K; Clarified and Granulated 12H14Kc.
CorrEE....irimi juo iixkii iq ordinary 1013 tun
lie; Choice scarce at 1212c.
Teas Retail nrlces : Imperial 41(31 60 l &; Gun
powder 60; Toung Byson 80c$l 25, Black 50
Provisions. ...The market is almost entirely bare or
all kinds of Cut Meats ; therefore, prices are nominal.
Star Candles. ...Sloe Hint, nhoio noxes .7
IS; halves and quarters 2S29.
Taists akd Oils. ...White Lead at 9 to 9 60 for
wholesale lots, and 10c for retail; No. 1 do,7KSc; Red
Leid910Sc; Lard 0111 10 tt xl 25 by the barrel;
Train Oil $16 to $30 V bbl.
Sardines.... wholes, none, iiaivcs, at ou oaoicn.
Quarters, $S$3 60.
WRAPPIKO rAPER...urgs size, ai an ream, me
dium, 90c; crown 60c
Lard.... we quote DDIS at uc', ana legs ai ncg.
16c. Stock light.
Molasses 70c for prime in barrels, and in
Salt... .In lots from landing, SI 20 to si 30 for
Coarri, and si 60 to $1 65, from store, $145 to $160
Coarse, and $1 75 Fine.
Lumber.. .. Poplar, siiooraix ou; uypress. sicsio.
Tellow Pine, $1718; Fine Flooring, $30; White Fine,
dressed, $30; Shingle:, 603 3 60.
CRACZERS.... aier, 4 001, sozo, unncr, o(&o ou
Sugar, 9 H ft Bi Soda, 14c; Boston, 11c.
Tobacco. ...wequote Missouri, nentuciyana iennes-
see, pounds and half pounds at 1A&25; Vrelnla, 6a
and 8's, good uraaas, sotgiw; t irginia, exira cranui,
pounds, 4060c; and choice and fancy, 60g$l 00.
. i .a.,. o r . n : - 1. - . 1 . a. ,n
Hlllll'UiJ 3 utyo-t ot tMULa uivwi tv
Tikeoar.... Apple (pure) $6 0026 60 t bbl.. Manu
factured (pure) $6$5 60.
Corn Meal.. ..una at o&7oc ousnei.
Rice.. ..By tht tierce 6.s7c; scarce.
Soaps. .. .Memphis, 6M6c; Kaatera 79c &.
Starch. ...Ohio Pearl, '-9K.
Maceeral.... Stock light, and advancing. No. 1 In
bbls, $16 60, No. 2 in bbls $12 601 J ; No. 3 (large) $11
00 12 in bbls; No. 3 (small) $9 0010 60.
Blacking... .Mason's S3 :43 oo ?i gross.
Wooden Ware. ...Painted Palls, $2603$265vt doz.
Painted Tubs,$4 12 M4 25 t nest.
Steel. ...apnnc, ijmc, uerman, it ; jengusn cas
ter, 20c; American Blister, 10c; Cast Steel 25c
Cordage. ...Manilla, i.isibc ft b; uotton, socaoc
Stone Ware.... Selling at 915c gallon.
Shot and Lead.... Pat shot $2 10; Buck, $2 60; Bar
Lad S&8.Vc; Pig, 77X. Supply scarce.
Feathers. ...smau scpjuy, ana in gooa aemana at
SALERATUS.... sales are maae ai ;moc r a.
SODA....607KC ? &.
Spices. ...Nutmegs. $1 25 ft &; Ginger, 8 K 10c.
Coal.. ..Pittsburgh scarce, at $1 25g$I 60 ft tbl.
TAR... .In bbls, $5$6; la kegs, 75c; half bbls, $225
Leather. ...Domestic. Sole (rough 2022e; as In
WESTERN-BOLE, loaxi 43SS4c; Harness, oib4o.
Eastern.. ..Sole (hemlock,) Z5Q$37C
Bides. ...Dry Flint, 15c; 65Mc for Green; 2535
Iron.. ..Tennessee oumberiaaa oar.) omc; rcnnsyira-
nla (Pittsburgh bar,) 6c; Castings (hollow ware,) 4K
Machine castings, ohcw a.
riN....I. C. $12 87K, IX., $14 S2K ; Block 42K ctt.;
Bar 45 cents.
Gla Preach Wlndow.SxlO, $2 25; 10x12, $3 00S
box 60 feet. Pittsburgh 8x10, $2 $ box ; 10x12, $2 60.
NAiLS....$t.S0 to $5009 keg, according to quality for
Easetrn; $4 60 to $5 for Pittsburgh.
Linseed Oil.. ..81 35, stock light.
Wall Paper... .The stock is moderate, and compri
ses every variety of style and price; demand active, at
10o $3 60 v roll of 9 yards, as In quality and price.
CniCKENS....i&&czoc; Eggs lZ.Ht-Siac: Tnrkeys7om
$l; Butter 20g25c a.
potatoes insn inewi ai ngs:i per susnei, ana
Brooms. .. .Fancy, $3460; Common. $225(22 7511
Black Pepper.... We quote at 15c 3 a, with small
supply and demand.
LIME....S1 l&e$l 25 ? barrel.
Nuts. ...Sort Shell Almonds, 18 toIJc XI &; Pecanr
ISDIOO....$l 25 to $1 60 -p. a.
Exchange and Bank Note List.
O. "C7". CTT ".JLUEirST cts CO.,
COR. FROJIT ROW ASD MADISON-ST.
S'prem New Tork 1 prem
Vprem New Orleans IK prem
Mprrra Louisville ftCln. 1 prem
Hprem SLLonis.. ........ 1 prtm
Kprera New Orleans IK prem
All large uppeT
Miss. Mut. Ins.
Co.. par. C sentry Mprtm
American Gold 1 Mprem I Gold 2 prem
Silver IXprem I Silver 3 prem
Blxhett markets rate paid for Land Warrants.
Mt-airmi T.Tid Srrln fnrle
HORSES FOR SALE.
CX. A PAIR or young renin CARRIAGE BORSES,
T&IVpurchatad in Baltimore list summer, for sale on
time, if application bt mado soon. Inquire at
HOLLAND'S Stable. Jac27-tt
cn BAGS Rio Coffee; 10 tierces Rice ;
tj U 25 bbls. Mackcral ;
200 dcxen Garret's Snuff Bottles and Papers;
50 bigs B. W. Flour;
200 drums Figs; 25 boxes Raisins;
15 cases Sardines;
100 bbls. Potatoes;
100 doxen Hosteller's Bitters;
25 cssks London Porter ;
25 boxes Maccaronl and Termidlla J
25 boxes Claret; 25 dot White wins;
100 doxen Bed Cords ; 25 do Brooms ;
25 boxes Garden Seeds.
Also, Oranges, Lemons. Firs. Raisins. Tea. Tobaoto.
Sugar, Molasses, c. For sale by
j. r. .fr.aj.s,
JanJO No. 35 Froot Row.
"TMFTT bbls. Old Rye Whisky and Bourbon, warranted
I wim. In .tor. nA ...1. K.
BOTD k. ANDERSON.
nov27-M No. 157 Main slreet.
QOn SACKS choice Irish Potatoes m store and for
zmd j j aaie or
BOSO ANDERS Of.'.
Laths and Shingles.
BOGERTi. WITT are still making Laths, and are al
ways prepared to supply the public with tbe best ar
ticle at reduced prices. They are also making Shingles,
and will keep a supply constantly on hand. Mill on Wolf
river, above tbt Btyon. Jnly 18. '66-lv
Lots at Private Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, unimproved Lota,
121, 122,125,126, ICS. 1C4, 131, 132. Improved Lets,
1C9 asd 170 being on the plan of snbdivlrn of Grcnlaw,
Eafiargsns, Loocey le. Eeele. . G. B LOCS-E,
sov2-tf Auctioneer and Real Estate BrtVsr,
HoIIoiray's Ointment and Pills.
NONE need despair. Bere is relief for all who suffer t
Tht sickly msy gain rsnewed health, and strength i-ya
careful use of these marvtUons remedies.
Sold at tht manufactories. No. SO Maldtn Lane, New
Tork,andNo.soirana,inaon; ana by all druggists,
at25C,62MC., BU a1 pvmr box.
Prof. Wood Hair Restorative,
Advertised In another column, is spoken of, by all who
have used It, and by the press everywhere, at an excellent
article for the preservation of hair, and for tht promotion
of Its growth. We have oaself tried I: as a toilet article,
and find It to be superior to any other; and have known
others who experienced great benefit from Its use. It Is
worth a trial, at least, by those whose hair has a tenden
cy to come out. A'tr.fuciy 1 roman.
t had of O. J. Wood Co., 114 Maiket street. St.
Louis, and of druggists generally. Jan29 daw2w
AHEAD OF THE "WORLD!
THE CRY IS STIL.1. THEY COIE
PARK & PEPJ-OW,
22X IL titroot,
inc m.iicr tho flnsst PICTURES In tht world. All
we ask is for you all to call and examine them for your
msde only at tht Star Gallery. Jan-datw
SALVATION, YE AFFLICTED !
W. A. GLIDDON,
GUTTA PEKCHA TRUSS MANUFAGTUREE,
NO. 1 EAGAN'S BUILDINGS,
Adams Street, opposite the Worsham Bouse,
TBANF0L for the extensive patronagt received with
in tht last four years, I am now oeuer yrcpaic- -
ever for fitting and curing the worst forms of Bernlal
Rupture. I can, besides, f urnUh, ready-made or manu
factured to order, superior Stocklags for Varicose veins,,
instrcments ror Prolapsus, Shoulder Braces and sana
ages or various kinds. Artificial Legs and Hands maae
to order; in short, I can eat Uy procure Instruments of
every kind, owing to arrangements made in New Tork
and Philadelphia. The following certificates, among
others, speak for themselves :
T. the nnderslmed. hereby certify that on tht 27th of
jnne iRSi. I was fitted br WM. A. GLIDDON with oae
of his Trusses. My age lvsevtnty-ene, and I been rop-
tnred for nlrh five years. It is now several monits
inn l have left off wearing the Instrument, and so far I
have experienced no return of the complaint. I cordially
recommend Mr. Gllddon at a Trust-Utter totheconunn
dty at large, satisfied tht he understands his business
MEri!IS, August 2S, 1S55.
JOHN G. BOSTICr.
Br tht advice of Dr. A. . Taylor, Professor of Anato-
mv, Mempnis eai .-oneae, x ini uu i . n . j
GLIDDON, and had a Truss made tor me and applied.
Mr case was an Inguinal Hernia. The Instrument was
fitted in April, 1ST8, and I now consider myself perfectly
cured. My age la thirty-four, and occupation t&at of
cistern builder. I can cordially reeomm nd Mr. GLID
DON to all who have been so unfortunate at to be a diet
ed with Hernia. (Signed) CLARE! BARBER.
Memphis, January 6, 1857 janu-aawtr
Wm. A. Batclielor's Hair-Dye.
GRAT, RED or RBSTT BAIR dyed Instantly to a
beautlf si and Natural BROWN or SLACK, without tht
least Injury to hair or skin.
Fifteen iltdalt and Diplomat have been awarded to
WM. A. BatciieloR since 1839, and over 89,000 appli
cations hart been made to the hair of his patrons or his
ramons Dy'. Prejudice against dying the hair tnd whis
kers is unjust, as it would bo against covering a bald
head with a wig.
Wm. A. Batchelor'i Hair-Dye produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and Is warranted
not to injure in tho least, however long It may be con
tinned. Made, sold or applied, (In nine private rooms,) at the
Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, New Tork.
Sold in all cities and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Taney Goods Dealers.
3-Tbe Genuine has the name and address npon a
steel-plate engraving on four sides of each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. BAT UKIAIil,
233 Broadway, New Tork.
5- For sale by 3. MANSFIELD h. CO., and Dmgglsti
HIDES! HIDES! liUDES!
100,000 Hides "Wanted !
FOR which we will pay the highest market pries In
We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAR SKINS. In fact, any Skint used by TAN
NERS or F0RRIERS, wo want at the HIGBBST CASH
PRICE. GEO. PHIM.ER k. CO.,
novl2-m 1- Front Row.
W. E. MILTON,
"G flladiEon Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insnrance Companies in the lf.vu
Exchange and A'ote Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of all
IYOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
SHir PING, RECEIVING AND DISCHARGING
03-1 2 f O 33C . T j
AIYD gTEAMBOAT AGEIV'T,
SO. 3 BANK ATENVE,
WILL attend faith tuny to all business entrusted to his
XiOob: : look :
HAPPY AND GLORIOUS NEWS!
Tht greatest wonder ot the world has at last been dis
covered a specific In disease DR. SLEDGE'S NER
VOUS TOXIC, for the cure ot ChlHs and Fever, and a pre
ventive to all grades ot Fever, as well as a cure. It hat
been fully tested for the last four years, and It is now
conceded by scientific men to bo one of the greatest dis
coveries known toman, 'this will be disputed by thou
sands, no doubt, but It Is so. Read, look, and Judge for
Fifty thousand dollast will be paid to any person who
will produce Its superior. Thi Medicines can be found In
all the Drug Starts and towns throughout the entire
West. J. M. SLEDGR.
Memphis, October 3, 185$.
This Is to certify that we have been selling large quan
tities of Dr. Sledgt's Celebrated Remedies, and take
great pleasure In recommending them to the affiicted as
possessing remarkable prcpertles In controlling the dis
eases for which they are recommended, and we hare no
hesitancy In giving our testimony In f aver ef their supe
riority over other preparatlsna for the same diseaset, as
they seem to give universal satisfaction to all those
MansfisM & Co., Druggists. Peyton Jt Hart In, Druggists.
G D- Johnson, " Ward &. Jones,
Chandler it Co., ' Henry Wade, "
R. Joyner Co., " W. M. Shelton, "
THE OXL.Y MEDAL. AWA RDED
BT tht New Tork Exhibition to tht English or foreign
Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst numer
ous competitors, by LEA & PERKINS, for their
whertby further testimony Is afforded ot Us being the
best Sauce extant.
The celebrity of this Sauce has extended to every quar
ter of the globe, and Its eflcacy In promoting the general
health is becoming dally more observed and acknowledged.
In the United States it Is held to be the most agreeable
condiment, and Is esteemed for Its tonic and Invigora
ting properties, Its habitual use enabling the stomach to
digest the food.
On the Continent ot Europe, these qualities have been
testified to by a gentleman, who writes to LEA h. PER
KINS thus: "I have carried a bottle of your Worces
tershire Sauce In a tour I have Just completed through
Spain and Portugal, and believe I owe my present state of
health tolls est; your Sauce Is stomachic, and I think
medicinal. I can with truth say there Is nothing in a
traveler'sbaggagesoessentlaltohls comfort, at least In
these countries, as ytcr Sauce. "
In India, also, where It is found at tht mess ot every
regiment, a medical gentleman writes from Madras to
his brother In the same profession at Worcester, In the
foUowlng terms: '-Tell LEA Jt FERRINS that their
Sauce Is highly approved in India, and that It Is, in my
opinion, the most palatable as well as the most whole
stme Sauce made."
This Sauce Is suitable for every variety ot dish, and the
universal demand which lta excellence has created has
led to many Imitations being offered to tht pibllc, under
a variety ef names, but the genuine may be known by
the names of " LEA &PERRINS " being Impressed npon
the patent metallic capsules, or patent glass stopper of
the bottle, as well as the labels and wrapper.
Solt Agents tor tho United States,
JOBN DUNCAN & SONS,
ap!2-ly 405 Broadway. New Tork.
Ttvi portnaxt to Purv los
DB. CTTEESETS PILLS.
THE combinations ot Ingredients In these Pills are the
result ot a long and extensive practice. They are
mild in their operation, and certain In correcting all Ir
regularities, painful menstruation, removing all obstruc
tions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain In
tht side, palpitation of the heart, disturbed sleep, which
always arise from interruption of nature. They can be
successfully used as a preventive. These Fills should
never be taken in pregnancy, ax they would be sure to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and
free from anything injurious to Ufa or health. Explicit
directions, which should be read, accompany each box.
Price 41. For aaie in Memphis by
S. MANSFIELD tt CO,
G. D. JOHNSON,
WARD it JONES.
XJ Sent by man by enclosing SI to Dr. CORNELIUS
L. CHEBSEMAN, No. 192 Broadway, New Tork.
SITUATION as Btok-Eetper or Shipping Clerk, by a
1 loans Ata xro a
is. God reference ciien.
C. H. MARTIN, P. O.
13ILJ)Y & BAT1ES,
GENERAL C03I3IISSION fllERCIIAKTS,
Ufain Street, JLouisTille, K.y.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents lor Maehino Rope, Big
glng, Jeans, LInseys, &o. J&- ly
ITS THREE GREAT BEAUTIES.
TiTRST Ther are more brilliant, and will never fade.
JL1 SECOND They can be taken eqnally as well, U not
better, in cloudy as clnr weather.
THIRD There cn be given to tho impression on the
Japaned surface an artistic effect and finish that cannot
be produced on any other surface knon to ne mow
Remember 1 ThatW. B. DeSHONO. 181 Main street,
has the exclusive right of tbe city tf Memphis for the
Beal'O makes Ambrotype, Dsgnerrcotypet, Flouro-
types, celereotypes, Tlthneotypcs, rnotograpns, .c. c
Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler,
ATa-tion ifrsrf, betieeen Slain and Front Row,
OPPOSITE TBE CITIZENS' BANE, MEMPBIS, TENN
T ESPKCTFTJLLT announces to his friends and the
JX pnMle in general that he has permanently located
himself at the above stand, where he may constantly be
foind, ready to give attention to those who may favor
him with their patronage. I will always nave on nana
a splendid assortment of various improved Spectacles,
also a variety of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, ic. Re
pairing done In every branch of the business at short
notice, and warranted. jann-aiwawiy
TOST rece'.vtd, a splendid assortment of various kinds
j or improve- ai-aiiuiis,
Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Madison Street, between Main and Front Row,
Opposite Citizens' Bank, Memphis, Tens.
These celebrated Glasses are ground on the exact prin
ciple of Spherical Accuracy, of a oo-cave-coavex mirror
form, admirably adapted to tbe organ of sight, can be
nsed to pursue me most minute employment, either by
day or candle light, with perfect ease to the eye, and
never causes that giddiness of tho head, or painful aen
satlon In the eyes, that many experience in asteg the
common Spectacles, but strengthen and Improve the
signt, at win m seen rrom tne following testimonials:
From Hon. A. Johnson, Gov. of Tenn.
Mr CMulLEP Sir: Having fully tested the merits
of your Improved Spectacles, 1 do not hesitate to say
mat iney excel an y l nave ever iriea, ana noa tbe pecu
liar manner In which they are ground, obviates the pain
1 nave irtquenuy experience- m nsiog other spectacles.
From Dr. Barton, of New Meant.
Enoxville, Tesx., June2Sth. 1S58.
Mr. 0 Muller, Optician Dear Sir: Tie glasses you
bave prepared ror me exceed Indistinctness and brilliancy
or vision any I have ever nsed. The principle of a focus
accommodated to every motion or the eye. is Invaluable.
as it prevents ratline to the organ, and does not Impair
vision. The beautiful transparency or the gtass, with its
great hardness, gives a durability which is invaluable to
those having a constant aemana ror tnrm.
These Improvements are recemmndatiens for their est
highly meriting public patronage.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant.
G. H. BARTON, M. D., ef N. O.
From Hon. A. McClelland, Ex-Member of Conyreu,
Mr. 0. Muller Sir: I find your glasses to be far su
perior to those in common use. A. McOLKLLAND.
From Hon. W. II. Uumphreyt, Judge of tie Federal
I have tried Mr. Muller'a spectacles. I consider them
altogether superior to the spectacles cemm only used.
W. Jt. HUMPHREYS.
From Saml. R. Rodgert, Senalorfrom Knox and Roane
Mr. C. Muller Sir: I take great pleasure In stating
the public that I aui using your Improved Spectacles with
perfect satisfaction, both by daylight and CandstUght. .
consider them a valuable Improvement.
SAM. R. RODGERS.
G. B. Kyle, Jackson, Tenn.
Thomas Gamewsll, Jackson, Tenn.
Hon. John Resd, " "
V. B. Woodfolk, M. D., Cotton Grove, Teen.
W.W. Hawkins, Brownsville, Tens.
Wm. C. Bruce. M. D., "
Mayor A. M. Shaw, Eomervllle, Tenn.
Wm. U. PoUrtexter, '
The Spectacle Lees in common use, ferine fioabie con,
Tex. have bnt one focus, and that being is tbe centre, ad
mitt of a perfect vision only through the centre. Now as
the eyes. In rrlllng from tide to side, depart from thl
point, it Is affected by tbt distortions incident, and occa
sions in weak eyes fatigue and pain, and in strong eyes
a more frequent change of glass for those or higher power,
than Is caused by the simple flattening of the eye by age;
or. to use the language of many, they make the eye grow
older. Could the g!aj bo attached to the eye, so as to
move with it, or the head be made to turn and accommo
date the sight, while the eyes remain fixed, the doable
convex lens would not be so objectionable. But as neither
of thse plans could be very well accompli ihed, an easier
method to remedy this Important defect in all hltbeito
construe, ed helps to tbe detective human vision is desira
ble. This end is obtained In these glasses whkh, haviug
not only central focus, but, for all practical purposes, cue
throughout, the objection above named la obviated, aa they
will enahie the wearer to perceive objects at every angle
of vision, with all the correctness of the natural healthy
sight. 1 Janll-daw6m
Profitable and Honorable Employment
FOR THE WIXTER.
PERSONS In town or country In search of emptcrment
as source of income, or to fill up their leisur. hours,
may bear of such by enclosing two stamps, to pay post
age, to Professor JAMES T. UORNE, Box No. 4,551 New
Tork Post oSce. The employment is fitted to either sex
station in life I .material. It is an article of dally
consumption, and can be manufactured In any person's
dwelling ; secured by copyright ; sales as permanent as
flour. An agent is wanted in every town in the union.
THKco-p.riner&liip heretofore existing betweeaDrs
. P. WATSON k A. L. EIMBRO, has been dls
solved by nintuat consent. Dr. Klmbro settles the old
N. B. Dr. EIMBRO will continue business at the old
office, on Unicn street. Jan24-dawa
Strayed or Stolen,
JTV . FROM tbe subscriber, at LaGraage, Tenn., on
jitlienlhtof the 23d or December list, an IRON
(I OItT MARE xhont ilvleen h.rv! blih- fnnr
years oM last spring. She has a small lamp on her with
ers, about the size of a large marble, caused by the saddle,
S.e was shod before when she left. No other marks re
membered. Any Information wilt be thankfully received
and liberally rewarded by the subscriber.
LaGrange, Jan. 10. 1S57. n. H. FALLS.
GOLD PENS I Morton's!
GOLD PENS! BiKley's;
GOLD PENS! Rapp's;
COLD PENS! Superior Points;
GOLD PENS I Short Nibs ;
GOLD PENS ! Long Nibs ;
GOLD PENS l Small Size;
COLD PENS! Medium Size;
OOLDPENS! Large Size;
GOLD FENS ! Engrossing;
GOLD FENS I Mammoth;
GOLD PENS! Smooth and Easy Writing;
GOLD PENS! Warranted Points;
de3 J. E. M ERRIMAN & CO.
A GOOD COOK
MAT be had by app,ying to
lanS-Im Corner of Exchange and Third streets.
rjlWENTT Thousand Havana Cisars In store asd for
JL salt rjy
BOv27-tf BOTD fc ANPXRSON.
FIFTEEN Thousand pounds Goshen Butttr in store and
for sale by
nor27-tf BOTD fc ANDERSON.
BOXES Fresh Cheese; forsaleby
ulvl S. B. WILLIAMSON.
A LL persess Indebted to us either by nota or account
XX. will come forward and settle, aa longer Icdalgence
cannot be given. TOPE Jt BROTHERS,
Janl-lm 235 Maln-st., Memphis, Tenn.
Extension Dininc Tables.
MAHOGANY, Oak and Walnut Extension Tab'es,
from ten to fourteen feet long, Just received and for
aaie low by
novtS McKINNET CO.
AND for sale low to the trade
20 hhds. Brown Sugar;
100 sacks Rio Coffte ;
16 bales Dundee Bagging ;
ICO half colls Bepe.
DoaansRTT . atdlett,
ns2 23 ftoat Row.
-s. rAT be had for a few gentlemen, also a good room for
1 family, by applying early to
Corner Exchange and Third streets.
JAMES M. MURPHSt,
G-o3.o-vl inTirl J gont.
WILL attend personally to tbe locating of "Swamp Land
Scrip and Warrants In the Jiczsonport and Helena
Distriots, selling Land and paying Taxes.
B. Graham. Mtmphit,Tenn.; A. S. Huey. Little Rock;
R. 0 Brlnkley, " MaJ T. Mull, Miss.;
W. M. Folwell, " J. Norton & Co., N. O.;
F. Lane Jt Co , " J. A. Rousseau, LaGraage,
H. P. Cooltdge, Helena,; Tenn.;
Myrtle Jt Moore, " W. E. Butts, Lawrtneevllle,
Allen Polk, Pa ;
0. W. Board, Jacksonport; Fool Jt Watson,Jacrsonpart
DOZEN Garrett's Snuff In bottles;
100 doxen " " papers;
10 bbls " " " bladders.
For sale by WARD & JONES,
A BEAUTIFUL Cottage, with six rooms. In
the corporate limits, with ont and a rai: acres
of Land. Apply to
W. 0. ANDERSON.
Janl3-4w 215 Main atrest.
ON the night ot 25th December, a small cfaes-
nnt sorrell MULE, fonr.jeirs old, marked with
the collar, in good order, had one shoe on before,
bad a rope on bis netk when ha left. Anr In
formation left at Cajra'j stable, or to myself, two miles
North or Memphis, will be thankfully received, and all
trouble liberally rewarded.
JanlS-dawtf w. DONALDSON.
YTcbstcr 's Private Correspondence,
WITH Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences,
containing aloa Biographical notice of Ezekiel
Webster. Two vols., 8vo.
A new Life of Summerfield, by WHlism W. WUlett
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee. In two volumes :
The Miser, Rieketicketack, and the Poor Gentleman ;
Three Tales ia one volume, by nendrick Cononscience ;
Poems or uenry tvaasworui Longfellow complete In two
TheCsstaways;or, the Adventures of a Family Jin the
wiias or juric,.uiBsiraiea ,
The Play-Day Book, New Stories for Little Folks, by Fan
Ohantlcleer, A Thanksgiving Slery of the Ptabody Fami
ly, by Cornelius Mathews, with Illustrations, by
DarleyJ ' ' '
Oar Grandmother's Stories, and Aunt Katt'a Fireside
Memories. Just received and for tale by
JaaM -daw CLEAVES fc GUION.
DR. JOH.SO'S INFIRMARY,
rort diseases or the
EYE AND EAR,
?- yv T7XQ-xnsir
ARTmCIAL EYES, &c.i
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,
may27dw MEMPHIS, TENN.
SO rff WORTH of new and seasonable
&tJJUUU CLOTHING and FURNEIHING
UO0D3, at actual cost for cash.
Owing to a change In our business, wt offer at actual
cost for ciiJk and cash only, our entire stock ef Clothing
ana rurnitmng uooas. as the business must cociosea
up, and to do so the stock must be sold, persons in want
of Goods In our line, will find It to their advantage to
mcuj a can. luiii juu.au.,
Nu, 3 Clark's Marble Block.
Janl.Im 272 Main street.
t3 Enquirer copy three mouths
CAOEE, MIX & CO.,
IN offering our card to the public we tender our ac
knowledgments, for tht very liberal patronage extend
ed us during the past year, and premise for the future to
furnish our easterners the LARGEST, CHEAPEST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK! OF GOODS in the Southern
Our Senior partner win be constantly In the Eastern
market, and will keep us fully supplied with every desira
ble style of
Staple cud Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Agents for sorre of the best brands of DO
MESTICS, OSNABURGS, &c, which wo offer at Factory
CANDEE- MIX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS & SHOES
MIJLXINERY GOODS, &C,
Jan3-daw3m 225 MA1N-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
WEW CASH STORE.
tT. Xj T V Xj O
181 Maln-tU, osp. Woraham House,
PLANTATION. STAPLE AND FANCTI
Men's and Tooth's Clothing,
Hats, Shoes, Jtc, Jtc,
Saddlery, Guns, Rifles, Cutlery,
Boys' Double Guns. Fine Tobacco and Tea,
JLO XV FOR CASH
To Consumers or Dealers.
Farm for Sale.
I AM extremely anxious to sell one of
the best Farms la DeSoto county. Miss.
I offer fer sale my entire tract, consist
ing wf I2SS acres, on whkh there Is ua-exeer-tie-abie
improvements, at what
is in reality a rrdnced vzitt 25 cr
acre. Or I will, In the event that It weald suit the pur
chaser, sell smaller portions ol the same, (sot lets ihsn
i&u acres 1 at shj per acre. The Farm Is situated sixteen
miles from Memphis, and eight miles from Hernando.
The Memphis and Hernando Flankroad runs directly by
tne a welling, wniie the Mississippi ana Tennesse Railroad
also bisects it about a half mile still west of the dwelling.
It would be well for any ont woo might wish to purchase,
to make it known early Terms of sale, one-third cash;
the residue in one and two years.
Address the subscriber, at Horn Lake, Miss.
J. A. MANNING,
Jan2S-lwe for R. S. Manning.
TEN aiGAR-UAEERS tan find employment at J. C.
JACOBI Jt CO. '3 Manufactory. Apply Immediate
ly at No 323 Main street. Ja-27-lw
I HAVE three HOUSES and LOTS to rent fer
the present year, ituat'd In tbe Northeastern
part of the city, n what is known as Winches
ter Avenue, it being the property npon which I
now live. For a more particular descrlptien, and for
closing the contract of reat, call on Majtr William Ruf
fln, at the Gas Office. BOB PRICR.
DR. J. BORDLET would respectfully
Inform his friends and the public that he
has a fine assortment or Artificial Teeth,
and is prepared, where the gums are sound
and free ef sensitiveness, Jtc, to insert Teeth on Gokl or
Silver Plate, in twenty-four hours after the cast Is taken.
specimens or Teeth on Plate can be seen at my once.
AH oth'r operations performed as usual.
r Offlce over Winn's Saddlery Store, Whig BuiMlag,
opposite Court Square. Janl7-lm
TAKEN un at my house, one BAT HORSE.
J$CVlen hind foot white. Bad en new saddle aad
-kM!. Tnnnl.a -"THY W1W
JanI7.lt ' " No". 231 MalMt.
TBE undersigned, at pre.cnt representing the house
of BREWER Jt CALDWELL, New Tork, will make
liberal Cash Advances on Cotton consigned to them for
salt. Apply at 7 Front Row, np stairs.
sep-7-tf WM. H. HULL.
OME viry substantial and beautiful articles of this
kind now for salt by cs.
janlS J. E. MERRIMAN Jt CO.
Dry Goods at Wholesale;
TUST received, direct rrom New Tork, on consignment,
J of upwards ot $30,000 worth cf seasonable Staple
Dry Goods. The goods being on consignment, I can at
ford and will sell better bargains than ever was offered lr
this city. Merchants and planters, who wiehtobuyby
the piece will find to their Interest to examine my steel
before purchasing elsewhere. C. B. LOCEE,
novo Auctioneer and Real ute Broker.
HANCOCK & CLARK.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for tale by
Jac9 HANCOCK Jt CLARC
BBLS. FLOUR, various brands, fer sale by
jan? hancocs: at clarc.
KEGS NAILS, best Eastern fer sale by
jan9 hancock: it clarc.
Trustee's Sale of Real Estate.
In pirtuaoce of a Deed of Trust executed to me
by Wm. Walker tor tbe benefit ot Wm Rlchard-
on Hunt, dated on tbe sixth day ef February,
ighteen hundred and fit ty-fivt. and duly recorded
ia tbe Register's ofSc- of the county of Shelby, and State
of Ttncessee. la Book No. 19, pages 166, 1(7 and 1SS. on
March 2tst, 1853, 1 will proceed to sell for cash, at public
silt. In front of G B. Locke's Auction Htutt, east side
of Main atrett, Memphis, Tennesset, at II o'clock, cn
SATUBDAT, tht lith ot February, A. D. 1S57, the fal
Xiot of Groiinci,
with the improvements thereon, to wit: Beginning at a
stake on the east side ot Raybnrn street, at W. T. Avtry's
(ntw R. A. Parker's) touthwttt corner; thence south
with said strtet four hundrtd test and tlx inches (460 K
f ett) to a ttakt; thtnee east stvtn hundred and sixty-one
feet and six Incuts (781 H fttt) to a ttakt on Park't ave-
nit; tatnee norm wita saia avtnue four nuaarea rtei ana
tlx Inches (00 H feet) to a ttake at the said W. T. Avery's
(now R. A. Parker's) southeast aorner; thence with tald
W. T. Avery's (now R. A. rarktrs) south line, wtst
seven hundred and sixty-one leet and six Inches (761 H
fret) to the beginning, containing Istven acres (7 acres);
being the north halt tf Lot No. I S3, laid oft by WiUouzh
by Williams, south ef and near tht city of Mf mphis, and
the same thst was deeded to Wm Joyner by B. L. Guion
on tht 3d dsy of April, ISil. aad registered in the Regls
ttrtelotorShcIbycounty,Tenn.,ln Book 10, ptgesNo.
lOt and 305, en tht 7th day of May, 1S3I, and alto deeded
by Wm. Joyner to Wm. Richardson Bunt, cn the t)i of
January, 1S54, and by said Hint deeded to Wm. Walker.
Tht title to the abovt properly 11 unaisputta, but 1
convty only such title at Is vested In m as Trustee.
Equity et redemption Is waived by tbe terms tf the Deed
ot Trust. J. D. WILLIAMS, Trustee.
Memphis, Jsnuary IOtb, 1857-JanIltda
TTTE have tor sslo a few of these curious instruments,
W which, by tht entirely nood principle ot their opera
tion, completely pciile alike the philosopher and the
nhthlaklcg: no ont hisyet been able to account for the
cause ot the motion exhibited by these Jokers, which
stems to settht law of gravitation altogether at defiance.
Ton have doibtless witnessed spiritual manifestations
and puiiledyoar brains to account for the phenomena;
hen is something, equally mysterious on which you may
study as vainly to understand the canst as on tht tub
eet of Spiritualism. It you do not believe, come and
tee for yourselves and you will acknowledge that it is the
most mysterious development ot mechanical laws you
have ever teen or btara or.
dac23 J. B. MERRIMAN Jt CO.
THE undersigned has a set or the latest Improved St.
Lents Steam Saw aad Grist Mia Machinery, which
he wlsbti to tell, elthtr part for cash or all on time. Any
person wishing to buy the machinery, aud has not a good
situation to put the mill cp, I will sell him, for money or
on time, six or seven hundred acres of as good timbered
land aa is In the county, nice miles from Memphis, and
two from the Memphis and Ohio Railroad. My mill has
a 10-lnch cylinder and two 3S-lnch boilers, IS feet long.
All of the maehinery Is new and In good running order
bands for Saw and Grist Mill. My Machinery runs two
Sawt thelowtroat fifty and the upper oae thirty incbea.
This Mill is warranted to cut one thousand fett ot lumber
per hour. It atttnded to at It should be. Any person
wishing to buy a mill can gtt a bargain by calling on the
subscriber, at his residence, one and a half miles ot Ral
eigh, Shtlby county, Tenn.
Janv-w u. as. QAjiuLnu..
LD RT3 WHISET, for ssle by
Janl7 -AK.-H-ii et wals-SR.
Fine Cypress Timber for Sale,
TN Dvtr County, within two mtlet of tht Mississippi
X river, into which It can be easily floated. Address tho
undersigned 1 mine-lately at lrycrscnrg, Tenn.
Janl6-daw2w 3. R. LATTA.
UiEMPniS IXSURAXCE COJJPAISY,
T. W. Wilkinson, Pres.; Ben Hay, Sec
orricE on jErrEnsoit stjlset.
B. O. Waleer, Sam. Hoist,
q. 43. Atiihsox, t. w. Wilxisjoit,
w. b. gxeeklaw, t. b. aixex,
j. j. rawliksi.
.R. F. I00:VEY.
ATTORNBT AV LAW. Offlce ever 0. W. Cherry tt
Greeniiigli for Sale.
ON THE FIRST DAT OF APRIL, 1857, I will
offer the above well known and valuable property
for sale, at public auction, on the premises, if
not before disposed of at nrlvatt aal. GREEN-
HIGH Is situated In the flourishing and pleasant village
ot LaGrange, and is accessible from all parts of the
country, being Immediate y on the Memphis and Charles-
It was deslrned and ni-TULred bv ih tt Tir V
Cocke, expressly aa a Water-Cure and Boarding estab-
luamesi, ana the very liberal patronage extended him
ourmg me summer ef lo, and to his scccessor, Mr. A.
B. Gloster. last summer, shows In whit high estimation,
as a healthy and pleasant resort, tt is held by the com
munity. The buildings consist of a two-story Frame nouse,
with eight rooms dining room 25 by 60 feet; twenty-
4c rooms, xiicnen, outhouses, atables, it, an
J!. " 13 fiBe repair, with new furniture last year
s. """ober of never-failing Springs within
thirty steps ot the house, affording an abundant supply
of the purest water. There la also a fine Chalybeate
-prlng within a cuarter 0f a mile, which will be sold
with the place. The lots contain eighteen or twenty
acres, with lint garden, orchards, shrnbberr. 4e. Tbe
arrangements for Water-Cure, such as baths, fce.. are
ample and complete.
Te&ms or Sale. One-third cash; balance In one
and two years, bond and approved security, and a lien
retained oa the property.
Persons wishing to purchase can obtain any Informa
tion they may desire by addressing mt at LaGrange
TeJm- K. WINSTON.
LiGrange, Ttnn., Jan. 9th, 1SS7 Janll-wtt
Z3 Eagle and Enquirer, LouisvtHe Journal aad Cleve
land Plain Dealer, copy twice In Daily and Weekly, and
send bUI to ArrEAL oaee and paper to Col. E. Wmsten
3Et 33 XAflC "XT JOl. Xi
NEW DRUG STOKE.
n WE taka pltaaurt In Informing the citlaent ot
if Memphis asd the public generally that wt have re
W moved our stock of Drugs to the corner of Main and
& Ualon streets, and wm take pleasure in accommo
dating all who may favor ns with a call.
We are also In receipt of a foil supply of fresh asd gen
uine Drugs, Chemicals, Faints, Oils, Perfumery, Ae.
Particular attention paid to fining ot Prescriptions at
all hours of day and night.
dec31-tf R. JOINER Jt CO.
Corner Slain and Jackson-sts.,
THIS well known Hotel, having changed hands,
and been thoroughly repaired, and provided with
new Furniture, la now open for the accommoda
tion, ot Boarders and Travelers.
The public Ely rest ass and that every exertion will
be made en the part ot the Proprietor to render this
House second to none in West Tennessee. Having active
and attentive scrvanta, and a table always furnished with
the best the country af&rds, he eesSdently relies upon
giving entire satisfaction to all who may favor him'with
their patronage. WM. K. BENNETT,
E3 Ena,Urtr copy.
Thog. Peters' Residence for Sale.
I HAVE far tale the Residence and 1S3K acres ot land
betongiag to Thomas Peters, Esq-, lying on th! State
Line Road and the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, 21
miles east ot Memphis, at Bray's Station The improve
ment! consists of a Jwe ling, built In Gothic Style, 9 large
rooms and 2 small sees, with closets, store rooms, Jtc.
Kitchen, 2 scrvanta' rooms, cistern, well, ttabies and
barn, carriage house, wagon shed, Jtc, Ae In short, it
is one of the best Improved places In Shelby county, all
new and In perfect order. 1 will sell the Improvements
and 88 Jf acres of land, or all together. It desire, I will
sell the stock ot sheep, hogs, and cattle, corn, fodder, oata
and pork, slaughtered and packed In the smoke house. A
bargain wl be given. Apply to Taos. Peters, on the
premises, or to G. B. LOCKE,
dec 21 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon good terms, the former Resi
dence of C. T. King, Es?.( lying oa the north tide ot
tbe new state-line road, a mile and a half east et the
city. The tract contains 11 arres, and is Improved with
a small residence of three rooms, well aad other Improve
ments. Also, a four acre wood let, nearly opposite. This tract
is within three uuaaters ot a mile ot a good church and
school, and Is In one cf the beat and healthiest celghlor
hoods la the vicinity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE,
novll Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Piano Fortes for Sale.
I HATH In store. Jut received direct
from Ntw Tork. TWELVE PIANO
FORTES, from ( 1-3 to 7 octave, et supe
rior finish and different styles, some being
inlaid with Pearl. They win be sold at greatly reduced
prices. This presents a most favorable opportunity to
purchase a superior instrument at a bargain. Term
made to suitpirchattrt. G. B. LOCKE,
dec-I3 tt Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
THIMBLES ! From No. 1 to No. 12 ;
THIMBLES 1 Oped and Closed Top;
THIMBLES! All Stiver;
THIMBLES I Steel Top;
THIMBLES! Gold Octagon;
THIMBLES! Geld Embossed;
THIMBLES! Gold Engine Turned
THIMBLES ! Engraved Gold ;
THIMBLES ! Chas'd and Plain.
An excellent assortment of the above can always be
found at our store, and espedaHy at this time.
dec23 J. E. MERRIMAN A CO.
A Great Variety
OF Goods such aa are generally kept in our Kno ot the
most beautiful styles, soluble for
allot wblthwt are selling very low.
eec23 J. E. liEPRE-AN Jt C3.
A NEW assertmsnt Just received.
J. E. MERRIMAN A CO.
TTTE can now supply this very desirable article.
1 v janis
J. S MERRIMAN A CO.
WE keep evtry variety of Spectaties that art to be
had In any market. We have Just received a very
urge addition to our stock.
JanlS J. E. MERRIMAN A CO.
N. B. P0EEST,
1E,V1EI 1S S1LA.VES,
3fo. S7 Adams-sty Memphis, Ten.3
tt m . . 1 I M .
twenty-five likely young negroes, to which he&O
desires to call the attention of purchasers. jk
He will bt In the regular receipt of cegroes12.
from North and Soath Carolina every month. Hit Ne
gro Depot Is one ot the most complete and commodious
establishment of tht kind In the Southern country, and
hit regulation! exact and tystematlc, cleanliness, neat-
nets and coufort being strictly observed and enforced.
Bis aim Is to furnish to custoirers A. 1 servinttand
field hands, sound and perfect is body and mind. Ne
groes taken oa commission. an21
Garden Seeds, Crop of 1850,
DIRECT from D. Landrt th, for saie by the paper, doxen,
pound, and bushel, wholesale and retail by
Jan21-daw2w WARD A JONES.
A Teacher TV anted.
rTIBE undersigned will give $100 and board to a com-
JL potent Baptist Lady, who can teach the English lan
guage, for a term ot ten months. Only two children to
be taught. Address, A. F. CLEAVE LAN D,
Jan23-d2Uwlt SledgeviUe, Miss.
ST. AGXES FEMALE ACADEMY,
THE Spring term and Fifteenth Session wHI em
inence on MONDAT, tht 2d of February.
For terms see Circulars.
Dancing at Profeasor's charges. Jan21dtwaw2m
rp HIS It to forewarn all persons from haboring orem-
JL ploying FRED. TULMER. sound to me as an
apprentice to the Gunsmith business for a number of
years. The law will be enforced against any person or
persons who will give him employment, as he haa left my
shop without canst, before finishing his time as obligated
to me. A. WZISGKKBEK.
1 Kfin FOUNDS new Feathers, fresh from
jLifUU country, tor sale at
McKINNET & CO.'S.
JLife-Size, in Oil Colors.
JfJfX. F R JfM
TTAS opened his STUDIO In ClarkN Marble Buttding.
JUL where he will be pleased to see those that with to
employ his pencil.
EJ Portraits also painted from Daguerreotypes and
TOnN CUBBINS Is my authorized agent during my
M temporary aoscsce.
Jau22-dlw THOMAS CUBBINS,
McKINNET A CO. have lately receiv
ed a considerable lot of fine FURNITURE
from New Tork and Boston, to which
they Invite the attention of purchaiers.
at 192 Main Street, Memphis. JanI7
BEAUTIFUL black enameled, plain and ornamental
Oak Chamber setts. Just received by
McKINNET A CO.,
Janl7 192 Mala atreei.
Hallet, Davis & Co.'s Pianos.
rfisT 1 i 3LX ot those splendid Seven Octave
grajB Piano Fortes, received per steamer Pete
fj q tlfj U Wtton, and for salt at Bottoa prices,
x " frtlght addtd, by
Janl7 McKINNET fc CO.
I HAVE received lately a very good second-hand BOIL
ER, also, BRICHEN aad STAND-PIPE, which lam
aulhoritrd to sell very low for cash. The Boiler ia twenty
tlx feet long, thirry-slx Inches diamater. two twelve inch
Suet. G. M'LEAN, Boiltr-Maker,
JinS-dJWTWjt Opposite Navy Tard, Memphis.
THREE or tour good MATTRESS MAKERS wanted
Immediately. Good wages given, at
Janl7 McKINNET A CO.'S.
Stop the Runaway !
A. RANAWAT from the subscriber, living six miles
'J? northwest ot Hernando, Mls., a Negro Man. named
TL ALBERT. Said Albert Is between 25 and 30 years
'old, 5 feet 5 er 6 Inches high, dark complected and
aulck itwkea. Be wore off three pairs of pants, three
coats, and carried with him two blankets. Be was raised
In Ballf ax, Virginia, from which place he waa brought by
Forrest A Jones, from whom I had recently bought him.
I will give the above reward for his apprehension and con
finement so that I can get him.
Jan20-dawlm ?. C. GARTRELL.
To the Fatroas ef the Commercial Hotel
FEELING very grateful to a liberal and generous pub
lic far their support In whatever branches of, busi
ness I have been engaged here, I desire to render my ac
knowledgments more especially for their support ot this
establishment, and for the quiet and good order my guests
have enabled me to preserve In It.
The license for retailing spirituous liquors at tho bar
having expired, it will, la deferents to the law, be dosed
from and after this day. D. COCKRELL.
Janl -tt Proprietor Commercial Hotel.
Leaves THLS MORN'lNG.Via. 3Stb, at 8 etteek.
TJ. S. mail Passenger Packet,
FOB. KEW OBIsEAlTS.
. C. TWICHELL..K WoaTHiItOTO Smith, Master.
U THIS new and sfie-dM lesratar Oalns
tS and Ntw Orieen U. S. Mail Paefee. wl
.leave for New Orleans and tstetwdsate
porta as above. JttCM-lt
Leaves THIS DAT, Jan. 38th, at 2 r. tt.
For Jfapoleon and ITliite River.
KATE FSISBEE -J. T Siiirxet, Master.
THIS fleet and SwiendM freieitt and
passenger steam erwiB leave fer the above
giiffis ana tntermeotaie pones mra a ax, sne
WwiTtti.A mi aoi instant, at 2 e'eteok r. M. Fer
freitht or passaze appiy oa beard er to
In30 It LAVALLBTTK Jt MORRIS, Agent t.
Leaves THIS DAT, Jan. 3tk, at 12 o'clotk JI.
For TFliite River,
"ARKANSAS RAILROAD LINE."
EDITOR, M. Brady, Master; R. M. RoibtfiJ, Clerk.
l. THIS packet, having bees thwMgbly
i.1 repaired, will ran regularly ia the above
f trade, and tresis tuat preeaputesx an
-Sdlspalch will cnaare her a liberal share of
LAVALLETTS Jt MORRIS. AgeaU. .
Regular Memphis and White Rirer
2P -. o 1 .
P. MAINGAULT, Master J. P. BOOKJas, werr.
W THIS fast naming, freight and pas sen
ro gr pic-it, will leave Memphis fee Jaek
seaport and all tatertnedlete landtaga,
Tra" '-fT 1 'la e-ery Wednesday, at 4 edeck, r . St.
For freight or passage, apply e beard or to
W. W. HODOB, Agent,
dec30-3m No. 3 Bank Avenge.
iase. 2 5 2 2 5 2 18S7,
MOSES MCjLEI-1-OX & SCI'ERIOR.
, James P. Smith, Master.
EEQTTLAK TJ. S. "WATT. PACKET LIN2.
ON the rescaptit- of flZg&J
navigation a line ot first Jg&tl2zipy
dais packeta will coa-ggjr-g
Imenee their retralar trios " . .i - -3
between Memphis, Cairo and LMlrville, eeanectiBg al
Memphis with the New Orleans packet line, at Cairo
wuh the Illinois Central Railroad, and at LoaUviae with,
the Louisville aad Cindnzatt packet line.
These Boats are fitted up and f nmie-ed is eiegsnt style,
with every regard fer tbe comfort and ceBveatesce ex
passengrt, areofliceredby car-fal and experienced men,
who, by strict attention to batlsess, hope to merit 1 ho
essMetMe andpatre-ageef the poo sc.
LAVA LLHTTK Jt MORRIS, Agent, Memphis.
ocSl BRNBDrCT Jt SON. Asts, Lo-isvie.
S3" Bogle and Enquirer copy
aiemphis, White River and Xapoleon
XT. S. JiIATIi PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Lacoaia & CoMOrtnal
STEAMER KATE PRISBEE,
JOHN T. SHIRLET, Master.... WM. T. WOOD, Cluk.
THIS sew, spleadld and fast steamer,
having been partfcased fer the Packet
Trade in place ot the Jaaea Laug-Un,wtlt
Icostinne recBUrty to the tiad. te-vtsu;
Memphis every MONDAT and FR1DAT at 2 ettock, r.
M-, potvetaaiiy, ceanecttBC at Napelttsa wtth WMto asd
Arkansas river boats, taka ' freight aad patseagera to
While river at regnlar rates. Retarniag. leave Nspe
koa every TUB8D AT aad SATURDAY, arrivtog at Mem
phis Sunday aad Wednesday eveatsgi.
Thankful fer forater patronage, theewaers hope to
merit a ceetiavaaoe of the saave to their aew beat, Bt.
mi log strict attention to basin.
LAVALL-TTR A MORRIS, Age-is.
NOTICE TO Shimm. The -Frts-ee" wtu receive
freight until oa o'clock oa Mondays, aad dartag the en
tire day Thartdays, and until oae o'clock Fridays.
MEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS
A rTFTTTT Til rM-b-I
r." order to aece-smedat the pabttc, the wers aad
masters ot the Packeta heretofore ia She trade twtweea
the two cities have organaed a CotBpaayto rasi a Trt
Weeklj Line et Packets between Memphis sat New Or
leans, ander the name and style et the
Memphis and Xew Orleans Packet Co.
The Beats OHBpoeisg tbe Line are all of the first etess,
fill trior to nose ia the WeM or Seath. tor speed, ee-tfert
and safety. They will leave each place every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 3 o'clock r. it.
Particular attention aUl be paid to way business.
NZBRASKA R- Airx. Irwta, Master.
1NGOMAR.. L. McDeaoagh, "
JOHN SIMONDS .Wm. Wray, Master.
H. K, W. BILL. Taos. H. NeweO, "
BEN FRAN KLIN M. S. Aaders, Master.
BELFAST K. L- Chares, "
Saippert aad Passengers may rely oa the paactaaHay
the boats of this llae.
A eaatsaaanc et t&t patroniif Utaette extended to
the owners of this lie is ttvcttty seestttod.
LAVALLETT A MORRIS, Agents.
J3 OlBce adjotobag W. B. Rtcaatot.Jt.Ot., ooran
Ceatt ttreet aad Froat Row. . sp3
I HAVE Jas received tose et these e4-
gaat FRENCH BOCRDOIR PIANOS,
from the cerebrated Plaae Factory ec
' Bsarbv " at Paris and Ltndcn, aad of
fer them for tale. I keep those splendid httto ORGANS,
eaUedS-raphine, with from tea to thirteen stops, aad all
the latest tospravt meats. These are kaewa to be the beet
Instruments for Churches, Lodges aad Seheei Reeatt. Alt
Instrument, sold by an a warranted for Ave years.
SC?- Tuning aad Repairing ef Pianos, VMtas, Organs,
Metudeens, etc., etc., done Is a wrkmaaHke meaner at
J3 I do net preteBd to give Utsens ee any namber aad
varl-ty ot Lustra-seats.
HBNST G. FOLLBNBBRS,
Jan3-tt lit Mi ia, street.
To Southern and Western Mer
chants. Wolfe's Celebrated Scluedam.
Depot, No. S3 Comnaou Street, fievr Orlesuea,
JAMES W. BURKE, Agent.
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
THE whole ooaatry Is Hooded with Counterfeit aad
Imitation Schnapps. The pabttc theald be carefal
to purchase oaly the genuine article, aaaaf actsred and
Imparted by UDOLPHO WOLFE, which has the name et
tbe maaafactBrer on the bottle, cork and label.
Fer sale by all the respectable Druggists aad Grocers.
Read the win iocs et the New Tork Press.
J. W. BURKE. Aseat,
85 Ccmmoa street, New Orieana.
From the New Tork Mtreary.
Fraudulent Imitations ef Superior Commodities.
A many the maay dlthaesties of trade wUch the moral
tease at the ootamanity is called apoa to tayres, we
woald particularly notice a raoe pernictoas and tafamews
practice adopted by aascrapnloBS dealers, of iraiuttag
aad ee-Bterleltiag tha exUrioi appeeiaace and precaa
tionary labels et pepalsr drags, radicaie-ts, aad ether
articles ot personal coasamattoa, and that, by seiiiiuc
upon the weU acaalred reputatioD o aa eatrprietBg tra
der, palming off most destructive aad worthies cao
puunds,to the sore detriment act oalyot taeosaaMr,
bnt to the character of the man who has exp tinted tsoas
ands ot dollars la bringing the geaaute artlcie late et
teem and demand. These petty larceny thieves art the
pest ot aH hoaerabl dealers and traders and the trade
Is as much highway robbery as the vtoieat apprefrtauoB
of their neighbor's parse ; In fact, they are beneath the
barglar and highwayauui ia dignity fee these latter
feieas exhibit a bravery or reckteetaea et character in
nowise distisgaishiag the mercantile assassins wha stab
fi the dark. And eaght they not to be rewarded with a
pantehmeatcoanae-taratewitti the cowardice of their
crime? We were led to these remarka by accidentally ob
serving a sparioas eeaBleriett ot Udelphe WeliV Schie
dam Schaapes. The labels were imitated perfectly, with
the ibght addition of a few letters to ptead technical
avoidance ot the law ae-iast ooaaterfettlag; the battle
were very similar, and cverythtBg prepared to impose
npon a careless perthaser. Now is not the man who
perpetrated this fraad a felon, a reeeer Assare-ry be
is ; for as Mr. Wolfe has expended large saras to bna
his genuine Imported Schnapps into popelar demand, that
demand may be Justly coatr-eied a part of his eapttatia
trade and a fellow stealing a part or his repatatiea ia aa
muchathief astf he had stolen a barrel of his Schaappe
Inhuik Aad to this oe he adds a further oae ot de
fraediag the coe-iaBity by giving tbera a raiaeas article
far the meaey they laedd to expead for a cemmedtty
la which they bad ceoSdeace. And, further, every maa
who participates indirectly in th fraad, by seUiag tpa
rlous articles, Is as much of aa eCeader aa the principal
who planned the Imposition. The remedy of Mr. WoUe
shonld l e la his hoWmr aU coacrrned ap ta the ooatempt
ot the community that swindled by their eperaUeas, and
unconsciously Imposed npon by tteir noxious composi
tions We trust that Mr. Wolfe will ebtata names, net
only of the concoct-rs of these eeeaiertttt, bat of every
man ottering them fer tale, and then patHsh tbera to the
world : for his own repatatiea and the health of tee com
munity demand that all parties should ba naHed to th
plSory of public execration.
From the New Trk Dispatch. '
An Infamous Business.
When an enterprising man starts out a new business,
to the establishment of which he gives his Industry, tal--t.
.mi neenniary means, can anything be more con
temptible than to have another steal in, and, under spe
cious pretexts, hold out to the psbUc an interior article,
and endeavor' to obtain their patronage? Pray, what
difference It there, so far as the honesty of the thing la
concerned, between purloining the business by which a
citizen hopes to make his bread and stealing the bread
itself? A common thief. If he takes without leave, how
ever hungry, a loaf of bread froa a baler's shop, it ap
prehended and condemned to the penitentiary for daring
In a surreptitious manner to appease hi appetite; bat
put a respectable looking coat on his back and a tew dol
lars In his pocket, and he may, with impunity, nay, evea
Ht th. arrorant of his fellows, by knavery, ferrerr or
other infamous mear-t, take the business ot an beaest
man from him, and go unscathed ot Justice. AH this la
wrong. Some years since a genueman of I-M city
(Udolpho Wolfe) In troduced to the cilizeas of the United
states a medicated article et gin, which waa highly ap
proved by professional gentlemen as a superior tonic aad
deobstruent, and the knowledge ot which he, by adver
tisement and otntrwise, uissemi aicu uroug-oui u
country. So soon aa tricksters, who pass in the Dusmesa
community aa honest men, saw that Mr. Wolfe was likely
to have handsome return lor uie money wnicn oe aa
expended, they set about forging his labels and palming o3
up n the people detestable and poisonous compounds
which they bave the hardihood to call "Schiedam
Schnapps." In some Instances they have gone so far 33
to pot Wolfe's name to their villainous liquids. As this
horde are growing bold in their rascalities, it Is time tha
public In town and country were put upon their guard.
Consumers should be sure that they purchase the genu
ine article, or else their health may be Irreparably injured
by using the horrible stuff that unscrupulous men, be
cause they can buy It cheap, will offer as the genuine ar
ticle. Pure schieaam aennapps can my to emu-cu .
th. .tnrea of ressectable druzzists and merchants, In
town and country, and at the establishmtnt efUdolplH
Wolfe, Nos. 13. 20 and 22 Beaver street, In this Hy,
r,.nt it is entten un exclusively. We think Mr. Wolfe
owes It to hlmseit and the community to ptibiish, by
name, the rascala who are thus attempting to defraud,
both him and those who wouM b his easterners. He
should not permit his modesty to boss nun oacx rrom ma
king so righteous an expose. QCt30-3mls
10O Barrels Flonr,
VARIOUS brscdi, from th best Extra to Superfine,
for sal by B. MERRILL,
oetCa B envoi.