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the daily appeal.
FRIDAY FEBRUARY C, 1867
gDr. Hamilton, of Nashville, Tenn.,
wW preach at Brownsville next Sabbath.
Kg" Maj Redman, TJ. S. Mail
vBl8g on tbe Daniel 2nf, for Call.
CS-We return thanks to the officers of the
steamer Republic !r a piciare sf la'e New Orleans Ba
gs" PeTTER, cm Main street, above Aiams,
seeps eoBetansry u uaati-tais
(ES" Mr. R. Gown of Marshall county, Mis
essiajal, was offered 14 cents yesterday for a IhK el Ave
bates ef Gotten raUsdby trim, hut was ssktes 16 eenis.
7"Tae weather was lovely yesterday, and
lae asreets were tareegea wiib urate am Etotfeaen la
test seen business and pleasure.
We had the pleasure of a call a few
ar 84oe from Cei. X B. Btmnow, of Arkansas, est ef
the Democratic Btecieri Isr tbe State at large last year.
The Messrs. Everett will deliver an
other or their characteristic and interesting lectares
this evening at tbe Cemheriend Pretbyterlas Chart at
hock. Tbe pWtc generally are Invited to atttad.
AMerman Hughes announced at a meet
ing M Fire Company No. 6 last evening, that ander bo
lIi rami lancet weald be ceo feat to become a candidate for
ic dcottea to tbe City CmbcQ.
S?The finest specimen ef the London Lady
Mak Potato may be fosnd at tbe grocery store of Cope-
lakb & Gilchrist, en Front Bow. They are sneerier
to any we have sees for many a year.
CSf Maj. Donelson, was robbed of a gold
watsn aad a draft for $i,690 en a Xew Orleam Hosoe, on
tbe last trip of tbe IMniei Bme. Paymeat en tbe draft
bas been Hepped.
"Col. Robert I. Chester, of Jaek&e,'U.
S. Marshal for West TesneoMO, bas be 1 1 1 ndlng a f w
days ia owelty. The Cotoici has made a fatthfal and ef
Seieat officer la every position be bas beW. and we donbt
not tbe iaonmtag adsntalstratiop wdt retain bis sorTics.
'We BBdefstand that Miss Taylor takes
a lmft at she Theatre oa Moaday night. -Mr. Ash taes
a beaoM Taeeday ntsbt. Mr. Smith, tbe celebrated
cemmedeaB of the Theatre, takes a beoeat en Tharsday
Bight. We tnsst each win have a peed boase .
ga" Col. C. F. M. IVoland, of Arkansas,
a wtiBgBleaea wTiter and pollticun, is still ia the city.
We eafeyM a Kssare boar yeeteraay ia ms society la a
most agreeable Btanser. TJis " spirit " is as genial aBd
socsabte yet as when years agooe be coatribated so mike np
the erd "Spirsf of ike Timet."
ggf Mr. S. O. Ballard, who has been seri-
Bty laaupsoea xi seme time past, aeporiea wnn ms
aaeascal adviser. Br. C&eishton, on tbe steeaaer Jkmiel
Beone, last eventng, for KashviUe. It is tbe intention
weiearaof these geatii men teristt seme " sprtag " sear
KashoWe. WetrastMr. Balxaxd will be speedily re
stored tt good health.
Lecture at Odd Fellows' Hall on Spir-
I twa lis M Boa. Wabeen Chase will lectare on tbe
lahjist ef Satritsalieai at Odd Feilows Hall oa Friday
Bioht aad Snndsy atornnsg aad eveaiag. We iearn that
be Is a leotarer of great reasoaiag powers, and as scch.
wal aadeasht, as be proposes expUiateg tbe philosophy
i isdsWaal ietereearM, draw eat a large ceacoa'se of
ear cttmeae ta hear what be mar present anew oa this
sew aad roaurkaale sahject. See his card in another eol-
Mr- Frye's Studio. The lovers of fine
pabBttBg oaa have an oasnrtaaity bow toesamiae several
boaalatat lipntlminii of rhle art from Mr. Fkye's peactl
at bis stadia oa the third Seer ef Clark's Marble Block.
He bas recently completed a portrait of Mr. F K. Clare
wMoh for trnthf aieees of delineation cannot be aarpassed.
aad she dedeaer ef whose coloring will coatpare aest
fawahlr with that of any artist who bas ever visited
Memphis. Ike portrait of Cul D. B. Turner we have
already assaded te asbetag aa exettleat and meet life-like
pmdaetma. We are happy ts bear onr opinion oonfirmed
hy sol who have ever seen it. Mr. Fbye has nt AnUb
ed a pertrattef altttie boy, (on o oaeotyBr merchaBts.)
which far chttdteh grace and beanty aad tbe excellence of
posltieB, esisftag aad fBrroaadiags, wlllcballenteosape
tMien with 'any imavinative sketch of the best painter.
Any of ear ettiasas who desire to secure a beaatUnl, sa-
tarat and etegeat itfe-eine likeness sboald avail them
selves ef the present opportunity and thereby eBooorace
a meet deecrrtag artist, and thas embalm their own lea
tares aad expression forever.
CBXTEBFEtT. It is well known by persons
restate g at Csire, Padecah and Xashrilie, that costetdera-
bie feetteg has boss manifested recently by the attaches
ot the "Satis line of boats," oa acceant of the steamers
Meonie and IMr.. Bne coeniag into the trade between
Memphis aad Xaahville. Baring the late freeae, tbe
Dan. -Beene was Jied ap at Padacah, aad had for eoaspa
ay three boats bewagtag te the " opposition line " Capt.
I. EE, tbe commander ot tbe Bout, is one of those Jovial
characters, wbole-soniedmen, who, every oace ia a while,
preseat shemsetves on earth to Ulamtoe life, and Is above
dssuaudtas' ta the little meaBaesees that sometimes per
taiB ta caataias of boats. Possessed of a fond of bamor,
Ms aosaatataBoe is soaght, and bo paseeagcr that ever
traveled with his: bat can rece'Ject some good joke from
Ms lips. On jeeterday we beard him tell a good one,
vrMeh we transfer to paper tbe effect Is ta a great meas
ure lost, however, hy Capt. Lee not toiliag it to the pub
lic in Ms pecaliar maaaer. On board tbe Jteer.e is a ne
gro firesnaa, (a stave,) who, with that pride which per
taias to Bogroes workiagoa as loots, stickled for tbe
etsims of bis favorite. A mate oa one of tbe rival boats
dununasial the Seonc as an Ak lit ion tab, brought down
freaOinctanaH to carry osT negroes, aad charged tbat all
her oSeers were Abotitieaistt, aad praised ap tbe boat
te wMcfa be was attached. Tbis coaversatico was direct
ed to she Begre, aad the colored "geannin," after bearing
Mb aat. psapaaaded the foilowiBg for bis coss'derf tion :
"Mr. Mate, why am de Boone uka a eeaBterfett dol
lar?" "Tea, she is a counterfeit," said Mr. Mate, who wis
excited; "you Mt it there, nicger."
"Hohlap.Misaa; dts Bigger Botdoae wid de sahject.
De reaseai de Beer.c 16 like a oonaterfeit aWttar is 'cause
yoa an'f acts her."
The mate left. The negro is still on tbe Koont, and
says be gat down that Davis mate bv bis oseandrum.
Complimentary Benefit to Miss Mitch
ell. As tt be seen by oerrsipondtnee a ppended, a per
tia of oar oittieas bave tendered Miss Mitchell a
CiuipMnnpla.T beaeflt, which win take place to-nhrht.
Min M. bos made a host of frieads daring her sojoarn in
MeaspMs, and this testiraoaial ef respect is her dee. We
tract the boeee win be crowde I, and doubt not wilt prove
tt cease. The plays enV-red are : The Maid of Maeeter,"
" ThefLady's Stratagem" aad aberiessiaeapoB Jnfoaer.
Miss Mitchell wBl appear in each piece and will be
sepperted by the srtesgth of the company:
Memphis, Thursday, Febrnary 5, 1R57
Miss Maosie Mitchell: Tbe nndersigned having
witnessed year admirable impertonstsoas daring year en
gageaest at the Memphis Theatre, aad admiring year
ebaste and ga-aoefal resditioa ef tbe Tarioes characters
job have poc seaa ted, and betBg desiross ot tesdering to
yu aa laaajsprlate ttstimoBUI ot snr high appreciation
of yaaar cataracter as a lady and an actress, respectfully
reeaest that yon will accept a Complimentary Benefit, at
each ttoe as may salt year eoavenience.
H. X. ROBAKDS.
L. B. 8HUEKET,
W. R. STRAIfGE,
M. A. HATKRS,
B, J. TAMJBT,
L- J. DCPRBK,
W. F. BARRT.
OBO. O. G RAT,
J. C FARRINGTOK,
K. M. TBRGSR,
3. P. PRTOR.
ROLFE S. SAOXDERS,
A. B. BALLAMD.
S. P. BANK. HEAD,
C M FA0KLER,
KD. C KIRK,
M. J. MASON.
S. T. WATSOK.
A. H. DOUGLASS,
J J. WORSHAM,
C. F. MORRIS,
M.J. FARRIXGTOK, aad maay others.
Commercial Hotel, 7
Memphis, Tharaday Febrnary 6. J
Gentlemen : Tear petite Bote, reqneeting me to ac
cept a eeBaattmesiary btsest at saoh tisae as atgbt suit
my coavoaisaso, was received this aoratBg. In reply,
aHew ms ta say tbat I feel highly beeered wtth this tes
tiatsalsl of ymr anaectattoB, and woafd name Friday
Evenis at the eeeasioB.
-Believe me, I stoeereiy f eej tbe boaer conferred span
me, and I aseare yoa I shall evf r recall my visit to Mem
phis wtth fcettags of grateful remsmbraaee. Hoping
tbat the above time may meet year approbatioB, I bave
tbe pteasere to sahscrihe myself,
Tears tad tbe public's servant,
Ta Messrs. B. Ooceeell, H R. Kobards, 3. Wice
EKsnaM. K. M. Treoer, and others.
' WOOD! WOOD!
I HAVE 599 cord' of good WOOD at tbe Depot of tbe
Memphis and Grenada Railroad, which will be sold at
tbe leweet Market price.
fcbt-lw H. J. TUCKER.
ROOMS TO LET.
"t,rSS. C. E. SATTERFIELD, corner of Madison and
JLVi. Second streets, con accommodate several famtliw,
ate Bay Boarders. ;ae3l-d3:a
Something" IVcw to Read.
HBNRT LTLE, by Emilia Marryatt, daaghUr of
Ooptain Marryatt ;
LENA RIVERS, by tbe Aether of Tempest sad Sun
VM1LET; OR, THE CROSS AKD THE CROWN, by
THE QUADROON': Capt Mayne Reed's new book.
BEATJ.VARCHAIS AND HIS TIMES;
KBOOLLECTIOXS OF A LIFE-TIME, by S. G
" PAUL FAN'K, by N. Parker Wilis ;
HOUSEHOLD ANGEL, by Mrs. Leslie:
OLD MOLL, "
AURORA LEIGH, by Mrs B ewning,
Andther Bew Bosks, Jast received ty
GEO. PATTIS0N & CO.,
Jan3I First deer seath r f Walker's Block.
ctyt S B.WILLIAMSON.
fatat gftfos bj .clcijraplj
TO ASSOCIATED TRESS OF MEMPHIS.
NewYouk, February 6. The Senate has virtually
1IIW tbe Dallas Treaty in relation ta Central America.
I by recommittHig tt to tbe Committee oa Foreign Affairs.
St. Louis, February 5 Tbe Grace Barling la sunk.
Tbe whole body of Ice has moved fie mi about six squares,
aad is hourly expected to start again.
River News and Markets.
Oiscinsati, Fe-brnary 5. Tbe Ice Is partly broken and
is now moving, bat both above aad below there are heavy
gorges. Tbe steamers Qaarrier, Dunleith, Giety and
I'ertfeif n are sank, and tbe two last mentioned cruihed.
Louisville, February 6, p. M. The Ice bas moved
wlthent doing damage.
Pittsburgh, Febrnary S. Tbe river Is stationary.
with srine feet water. Tbe ice remains firm.
Cincinnati, February 5 Flour remains very firm.
Holders are asking higher prices, from $5 35 to $5 60.
Mess Peek, desaaaa fair, and advanced to $13 60. Lard,
demand active, aad commands fad prices, 12c Bulk
Pork Bechanged la every respect. Whisky, demand ac
tive, and advanced Kc 23c
New Tore, Pi binary 6 Floor Is t moderate de
mand, and prices arm. Wbeat ditto; mixed corn ditto,
71c Hess pork doll, and prions nominal, $2375.
LouuviLLE, February 5, 13 m. River risen! Inches
in past SI bonrs. Tbe SujgaeAanna is tbe only boat at
tbe wharf, tbe balance betes safely bartered in tbe canal.
Ice not broke bore yet.
Appeal Kews Box. We have placed npen the Wharf
Boat a Xews Box, for tbe recrpUon of papers from our
f rieads oa the river. We tract the officers ef Wats will
drop papers therein, for this office, and we win return
dee thanks for sock favors.
$3"The liver Is still rising opposite oar city There
au nil mint weather bas pieced the levee in a navigable
esadttioB, aad as a teqaeece, considerable business was
trans acted oa yesterday. There is bo ice la tbe river at
present, and with the exception that one ot our ferry
boats is aground on tbe Arkansas side of the river, we
have bo Hem of gtaeral interest to cemmaeicatc to the
The flue steamer Xebratla left at 5 o'clock last
eveaiag far New Orb-ass, vita -over 3,880 bales of cotton,
aadllS registered passengers.
EJ-The steamer Kate fVisbce is the regular mall
packet this afternoon for the moatfa of White river. Cap
tain Shirley and Will Wood will do tbe agreeable to all
wbe take passage on her.
3- The fleet pscket Dan. Borne arrived early yester
day moraiag If am Xashrilie, having on board as her
t, Captain Lee, a man well known to Mtxn-
pbians. In the cier k's office we foand Charley Sontagg,
one of the Baoet popalar bx n that ever traveled in an
omctal capacity oa either tbe Obie or Mississippi riverr.
Mr. CieiberBe is second clerk of this boat, aad is a gentle
man ia tbe broad accept t toe or that term. The Boone
broaght down ahoet 200 passeagers, and departed last
evsntng with a crowd. Captain Lee Informed ss that he
k tended reaching Nashvitte within fifty borrs, if he
met with bo oastractioBs.
53" Says tbe St. Leais RepuWtcan: " We learn from
oar PadBCab conespeadent, tbat the SaMe Wat In com
iag oat of the Camberland river, on the 20th alt., bad a
bete knocked in her hall by tbe ice, and will go on the
ways at Padecah, for repairs."
X3" We copy tb- faUowte; from tbe Little Keck True
Demotrt, of tbe 27th nit :
The River, Weather, he. As we go to press tbe
weather is mild aad dowdy, with every indication of rain.
Tbe river is still closed with ice; but before twrnty-fsur
boars, anleas a great change in tbe weather takes place,
will ke to aavtsation. We treat tbat sash maybe
Steamboat Sold. Ob tbe 27th sit., at Cincinnati,
Cant. Joha Lorratn, of Galena, purchased the Fred Lo
rems far $WW, for the Galen and St. Faal trade. She
will be commanded by Capt. J. W. Parker, and Mr. Ilalli-
dsy win be clerk.
Oa tbe lt h'Janna y, by Rev. T. Joyner, Mr. W. B.
Do i" glass and Miss Henrietta Bare, all of Fay
ette county. Teno
On Tuesday eveaiag, the 3d instant, by Rev. B. F.
Thomas, Mr. C. G Matthews, of Shelby county, Tenn ,
and Miss ANN J. Bcchanan, at tbe residence of her
father, tbe Rev B B. Bncbanan, of DeSoto county. Miss.
M. C. CAYGE & SON,
General AgentSttRe.il Estate Brokers
Xo. 25 Madison Street,
PARTICULAR attention wilt be gives to all sales la the
city or country, or Negro", Real Estate, Merchan
dise, Furniture, Land Scrip, Stock, &c. AH kinds Rent
ing and Leasing Property, etc. Storsge asd Consign
ments solicited from all sections.
Returning onr grater al ackBovtedgmeatt for tbe very
liberal potrusage heretofore received, we now piedg eur
tlves, having determined oa making Memphis oar per
manent borne, to doable oar diligence if possible, and
think with twenty years experience la the trade, the last
eji veo in Memphis, we oecht to be graduates, and feel
conadent we can give, as we think we bave done,
References A. O.;narrls&.G0.,K. A. Parker, S. u.
I .awe & Co , W. Howard, II. F. Farnsworth & Co , Geo.
Flaherty U Bro., I. B. Kirtland, R. C. Kieklry, Ess.., B.
Graham. Esq., Co:. R. Topp, Dr. Ssm. Gilbert, Mem
phis; Baldwin & Starr, X. T. Drnison k. Son. W. L.
Bruce & Co.. Cincinnati; Tbos. T. Read, Esq., S. Cassl
dy, LonisviDe; Messrs Duncan, Rowlings, B F. Shield
it Co., Tbos. B. Winston, New Orleans ; R. M. Spieer Ax
TWENTY TboBtand Havana Cigars in store and for
Bov7-tf BOYD it ANDERSON.
New and Popular Novels and Tales,
TUST received sad for sale by CLEAVES Jt GUION.
.1 Ivara : A Love Take, in two relumes, bv Misa Heweil.
Vietet : or. Tbe CroM and tbe Crown, bv Mlsn Mclnlosb.
Hesey Lyle ; or, lAfe and Existence, by the Baaghter of
tbe late Captain Marryatt.
The O'Briens and the O'Flabertys ; A Nations! Tale.
Pan! Pane; or, Parts of a Life else aetoid, fe N. Parker
Canterbury Tales, by narriet Lee.
TbeQaadroea; or, A Lover's Adventures in Louisiana,
by Capt. Mayae Rerd.
Marrying toe Late, by George Wood.
Veva ; r The War of tbe Peasants, and Tbe Conscript.
Tbe Lien of Flanders ; or tbe Battle of GoMen Spurs.
Count Hano of Oraenbove, Wooden Clara and tbe Vil
Tbe Cnrse of tbe Village, Tbe Happiness ot being Rich,
and Blind Rosa.
The Miser, Ricketicketack, and Tbe Poor Gentleman,
Little Dorritt. By Charts Dickens,
febl-daw CLEAVES & GUOIN.
JYew JAaubr House 9
STEAMBOAT BAB STOBE.
rriHEsabscriber begs reepectfally u inform his friends
JL and tbe pablic generally tbat be bas opened that
large and handsome bailding. No 3 Adams street, thre
doors betow the Worsbsm House, where win be 'ound at
all times tee choicest of bottled Brandy, Wblsky. (Scotch
and Irish,) the finest French Wines, Holland Gin, Lon
don Porter, and Teaagers celebrated Scotch Ale. Also
oa head a large stock ot fine Teas, Preserves, Cigars,
T4eacoe, &c. Steamboat Barkeepers are respectfully so
licited to call and examine my stock before purchasing
feit-im j.jc Mcdonald.
TO M? I I-! Jb'O HTiTO!
The Madison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Factory.
Tnx anderstigned bas taken tbe stand recently occu
pied by Moore & Ilalstead, over the Flaniat MiU of
Whipple, MeCuflagh & Co , and Is prepared to fill all or
d rs for Sash, Boors, Blinds, Frames, Casings, Mould
ings, MaatKS, he.
Particular attention paid lo dressing and ripping Lum
ber, for tbe Carpeaters and BoUders.
Janaa-dSm R. Y1RGESON.
mWO DRATS-atao two Dray Licenses, which have eight
X ana nine montas to run. app y to
febl-tf GWYNNE & GIBSON.
sen wood 3St
bave the honor to inform the pub
tbat thT bave re-onened their
BAR-ROOM on Adams street, opposite Worsbam House.
as a liAbss sssk wu.i, m which mer will com
mence on Monday, the 2d of February, to give a splendid
LiyAUU, twiin a glass or Lager Beer ) at the low rate ct
FirrrEN cents, Good SOUP will be served up at each
Lmv-h Lunch at half-past ten o'clock A. M every dar
Jan31-dlm 3. SCHWOOB k S. HERRMAN
To City $r Country
i i Ji. Ji U JUL ii. IN B.
TT7K are wullsg to dose out the rema'ndrr of our Win-
y V ter Goods, at extremely low prices, having a small
assortment left of Blankets. Kerseys, Llnseys, Satlnetts,
Tweeds, Jeans, Flannels, Woolen Dress Goods, and Bark
Prints. Mercfaaats wishing to recruit their stocks will
led it to tbeir Interest to rail upon ns. One ot our firm
has been engaged the patt fear weeks In baying and ship
ptag a SPRING STOCK. We are particularly anxious to
make room for it.
Also on head a heavy stock of Osnaburcs, at manufac
tarers' prices ; Brawn and Bleached Sheetings and Shirt
ings. COSSITT, HILL It TALMADGE.
',V I "ILL give $40 for tbe delivery of my two Boys
atmrafflK. ar Iniinr UH uthtllnn ..I tlm
They left ray premises, (near Germantown,) on the
26th ef Januarv. One of tbem. JOHN, is about 23
years oM. a low, stout, black boy, with a scar on his up
per ip. weignmg aooot IW pounds. SIMON Is about the
same age, black and slim built, about 6 feet 8 or 9 Inches
high, and weighs about 160 pounds, one of bis urperfront
teeth gone. When they left, they both wore the usual
Jians and Kersey plantation suit.
Any information concerning tbem will be thankfully
reoeiveuoy A jt uaktwriuut, or
fcb5-d3t:w4t GOODLETT, NABERS & CO.
K TATbe tad for a few gentlemen, also a good room for
l family, by applying early to
MRS. PARTI AM.
Corner Exe ange and Third streets.
Fine Cypress Timber for Sale,
IN Dyer County, within two miles of the Mississippi
river, into which It can be easily floated. Address the
undersigned Immediately at Dyersbnrg" Tenn.
janI5-daw2w S. B. LATTA.
MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OFFICE,
Friday, February 6, 1867. J
Cotton. Tbe market exhibited no material chants on
yesterday, tbe heavy sales of the day previous leaving the
factors' tables poorly supplied, and the sales were limited
to 776 bales, at tbe following flares :
Sales 6 at lOcj 6 at 10X; 4 at II; 26 at II V, 13 at
11 X; 17 at US'; 2 at UK; 33 at 12; 21 at 12 K; 337 at
12 V! 9 at 12N; 86 at I2X; 6 at 12K; 37 at 12K," 101 at 12
11-16; 16 at 13.
MEMPHIS COTTON QUOTATIONS.
Inferior (3.. I Strict Mlddling.ll Kffil:
Or-1'i.rr. 9H10 (Good MIddllng.l2X 2K
GoodOrdlnary....lOX10K I Middling Falr..l2H..
Low Middling.. ..10HSJ11 I Fair (scarce). ..12(3I3
Middling I1KUH I
MEMPHIS DOMESTIC MARKETS.
Baooino and Rope. ...Kentucky Bagging, 19920
for Hand Loo.r, and2I22 for Power Loom; Rope,
Hand spun, lies, lie, xacnine spun, 1ZI2KC
Flour.. ...It bbl., $7 75 $S; Superfine Fancy $S$3
25; Extra $9 60 J 10. Prices ef Flour are sustained by
tbe dose ot navigation. The stock is light ; the demand
Wheat... .Sales at from 85c to $1 per bushel; but
Oats. ...Stock light, with limited demand; In sacks.
delivered, totaooc, ana retail 60c.
levee sold at 4547c p bushel, sacks furnished by buyer,
and ax, sacks furnished by seller.
Corn. ...Ear Corn 60a 60c; in Sacks 60S70C
Powder.. ..Kentucky Rifle ten keg lots and upwards.
$6 25; tinder ten, not less than five kegs,$6 60; under
nve aegs, $6 ia; aiming powaer, ten keg lots ana up
wards, St 75, five keg lots and upwards, 25; uncer five
kegs $.5 25.
Stock Market.. ..There Is a good demand for all de
scriptions of Stocr, and buyers are paying from 4 to 6c
for good beeves; 6M7 cents for bogs, and $1 60$3 00
head for sheep, according to quality and sire.
Seeds. ...We quote clover at $ll$12'p bushel; blue
grass $2 60; timothy $4(3 $5; berdsgrass $2 J2 60; mus
beet, $3 60; orchard $2 60, scarce; millet seed $22 25.
Sugars. ...Fair 10K1I; Prime llktlH; Chcice
1212H; Clarified and Granulated 12Xliic
CorrEE....Primt Rio llIIHc; ordinary lots 10K
Uc; Choice scarce at 1212mc.
Teas. ...Retail prices : Imperial 9ls$I 60 fl Is; Gun
powder $1 $1 60; Toung Hyson 80c $1 25, Black 60
Provisions. ...The market Is almost entirely bare of
all kinds ot Cut Meats ; therefore, prices are nominal.
Star Candles.. ..Stock light. Whole boxes
23; halves and quarters 2S29.
Paints and Oils. ...White Lead at 9 to 9 60 for
wholesale lots, and 10c for retail; No. 1 do, 7SScj Red
Leaa iiihc; Lara uil$l to to SI 25 by the barrel
Train Oil $16 to $30 B bbl.
Sardines.... Wholes, none; Halves, $4 60 fl dozen
Quarters, $3$3 60.
Wrapping Paper.. .Large size, $1 25$ ream; me
dium, sue; crown tuc
Lard.... We quota bbls at 13Q14, and kegs at 14c
loc blocs lignt.
Molasses 70c for prime in barrels, and 7475c in
Salt.... In lots from landing, $120 to $130 for
Coarse, and $1 oo to $165, from store, $145 to $160
voarse, ana $i .o rine.
LOMBEB.. ..Poplar, $11 60(312 50; Cypress-. $I516
Yellow Pine, $171S; Pine Flooring, $30; White Pine,
dressed, $30 ; Shingles, 8:&0iC3o0.
Crackers. ...Water, bbl, $525; Better, $55 50
Sugar, 9. H f S; Soda, 14c; Boston, 11c.
Tobacco.. .We quote Missouri, Kentucky and Tennes
see, pounds and hair pounds at 15(325; Virginia. 6'
and S's, good brands, 2S40c; Virginia, extra brands,
pounds, -KKSbUc; anacnotce ana fancy, 60K4I 00.
Whisky Dean's 353Sc; St. Louis brands 33 to
Vinegar.. ..Apple (pure) $S 00S&0 bbl., Mann
lacinrea ipurej os3 su.
CORN Meal... .Dull at S075c bushel.
rice. ...uyttbe tierce 6(6 He; scarce.
Soaps. .. .Memphis, &K&6c; Eastern 79c &.
Starch.. . .Ohio Pearl, t9 H .
Mackeral.... Stock light, and advancing. No. I In
bbis, $16 60, No. 2InbWs$12 6013; No. 3 (large) $11
UU"B12 lu DDIS, AO. . lEmaii; S9 VU(01IU CHI.
Blacking. ...Mason's $3 25(23 60 B gross.
Wooden Ware.. ..Painted Palls, $2&0$265 ? doz.
Painted Tubs,$t 12425a nest.
Steel.. . .Spring, 12Kc; German, I6H; English Blis
ter. 20c; American Blister, loc; Cast Steel 25c.
Cordage.. ..Manilla, 1718c &; Cotton, 25 30c.
Stone Ware.. ..Selling at 9I5c 9 gallon.
Shot and Lead. ...Pat shot $2 10; Buck, $2 60; Bar
Laa l-ig, ,ia,ix. auppiy scarce.
Feathers. ...Small supply, and in good demand at
Saleratus.... Sales are made at7MScft B.
Soda....67Mc It a.
Spices. ...Nutmegs, $1 25 9 B; Ginger, 8M10c.
Saltpetre.. . .2025.
Coal.. ..None in market.
TAR....Inbbls, $5$6; la kegs, 75c; balfbMs, $2 25
Leather.. ..Domesuc.Sole (rough 2022c; as In
Western-Sole, (oak) 43&44c; Harness, 4044e.
Eastern.. ..Sole (hemlock,) 3537e.
niDE3....Dry Flint, 15c; 56.Sc for Green; 25335
Iron.. ..Tennessee Cumberland bar.) 5 vc; Pennrvlva'
nla (Pittsburgh bar,) 6c; Castings (hollow ware,) 4H
be; Machine tastings, oxen o.
TIN.. ..I. C. $12 87H, IX., $14 E2K; Block 42Mcts.;
Bar to cents.
GLtss. ... French Wlndow,8xl0, $2 25; 10x12, $300'jS
box oo feet. i-iitsDurgnHxio, n box; ioxiz, szco.
Kails. ...$4,60 to $500 keg, according to quality for
Easetrn; $4 60 to $a f or rittsburgn.
Cheese.... 12 ,4I3c
Li ics E ed Oil....$1 35, stock light.
Wall Paper.. ..The stock Is moderate, and comDrl-
ses every variety of style and price; demand active, at
I0ct$3 oo roil oi s yarns, as in quality ana price.
Chickens. ...1520c; Eggs 12H16cj Turkeys 76c
$1; Batter 20('Jic ft o.
Potatoes. ...Irish Pota'oct $5 to 6? bM.
Brooms. .. .Fancy, $3460J Common, $225275fl
Black Pepper.. ..We quote at lSc? a, with small
supply an-l demai.a.
Lime....$1 16$l 25 t barrel.
Hay....$3S$40 a ton.
NCTS....Sott Shell Almonds, 18 to 21c Z; Pecanr
Lndioo....$1 25 to $1 60 B.
MEMPHIS RETAIL, PRICES FROM STORE
AT WHICn PLANTERS' ORDERS ARE TILLED
Bacoiso India, "pyard 18
" Kentucky IS
Rope Keutuck, to 10
Bacon Sides, 8 9
" Shoulders 8
nams, plain..... 10
" nams, sugar-cured 13
CorrEE Rio, ft & 12
" Java IS
Candles Sperm, S 45
" Star 26
Flour Superfine, Tl bbl $6 75(3,7
" Extra 8 A8 60
Lard In kegs, &....... ........14
Molasses Ttebolled, f, gallon... 65
Pork Mess, barrel $16
Whisky Common rectified, f gallon 35
UuoARs - Brown, "
L " Clarified and White.
I SALT toarse, -p Dag
....$1 60 1 75
....$1 752 00
Fine, tl bag
" Kanawha, fl bushel.
Cheese western, m.
Apples 7 barrel.. $4 60S
Memphis Bank ."Vote and Exchanje List.
CORRECTED BY MEMPHIS EXCHANGE BROKERS.
Union Bank of Tennessee and Branches.. .....pal
Planters' Bank of Tennessee and Branches ...pat
Citizens' Bank and Branches par
Commercial Bank ..par
Southern Bank .........par
Bank of WestTenneaaee, at Memphis par
Bank ot Memphis par
Bank of America, at clarksville ......par
Lawrenceburg Bank.................. par
Exchange Bank............... ...........par
Bank of Chattanooga.. ........................ ......par
Ocoee Bank .........par
Agricultural Bank... pal
Merchant's Bank par
Bank of Middle Tennessee 2 41t
Bank ot Claiborne 2 dis
Bank of Knoxvllle par
Bank of Tazewell...-. 2 dis
Bank Bandridge .....2 dis
Farmers' Bank ot Tennessee par
North Carolina .2 dis
South Carolina and Georgia par
Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana (Stock Banks). .par prem
Louisiana .. Jf 1 prem
Northern Bank of Mississippi par K prem
Commercial Bank, Manchester, Miss par
Miss. Mutual Insurance Co., at Columbus. pat
New York X tol prem
New Orleans M to 2 prem
Loslsville and Cincinnati.. ................ 5f tol prem
St. Louis Xtol prem
American Gold IV2 prem
American Silver .1K4 prem
Arkansas Scrip 6060c
40 acres $35 00 1 120 acres $ SO 00
SO " 65 00 1 160 " 135 00
None In market.
Exchange very scarce and In great demand.
Exchange and Bank Note .List.
O. W . O I-T I-:jargJEt5T cdb OO.,
COR. FROKT ROW AND MADISON-ST.
Btrriae rates selling ratei.
New York S prem I New York I prem
New Orleans...... Xprem 1 New Orleans IK prem
Louisville tcCln. Xprem I Louisville 4t Cln. 1 prem
St. Louis Xprem St. Louis 1 prem
New Orleans H prem New Orleans IMprem
North Carolica.... 2 dis. I AU large Upper
Miss. Mut. Ins. Co.. par. I Gauntry Jj'prem
American Gold 1 Xprem I Gold 2 pTem
Sllver.............lKprem Silver. .3 prem
Highest markets rates paid for Land Warrants.
Ml.slssippI Land scrip for sale.
DR. WM. HEWITT
TTTILL practice medicine, on the principle that there Is
VV good in all systems, and none all sufficient. Office
on Jefferson street, in the Post Office Building, second
door from the Post Office. Residence on the corner of
Hernando and Elliott streets.
Col. J. B. Stanton. N. Adams, Esq., Haywrod county.
Rev. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. Mad in, Fayette county.
R. Somerviile, Esq., F J. Maclln, Esq.,Tlpton county.
J. L. Webb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
MUL.ES ! MULES!
I riAYK six A No. 1 large young MULES,
which I wish to sell either fsr cash or goodpa
per, at sixty or nicety days. At. o, two doutle
UK Alb and HARNESS i license on them for
twelve months from the 23lh of January. A baigain
may be bad by applying toon to
Tt. W. LEAKE.
At Strattan, McDavitt JtCo'i Cotton Shed,
feb4-2w Wasblngion street.
L,ost or Stolen,
ON yesterday evening. Feb. 3, a brown
PORTMONIE, between the Bayou Bildge on
Adams street and tbe Memphis and Charles
ton Railroad Depot, contalnlnc about $270.
There werrfour $50 tills, am five or six $10 blllt, on
the Citizens' Bsnk; the balance In small bills and specie.
It also contained two notes of hand, one on William O.
Mosby, of DeSoto county, for $90, das tbe 1st of Decem
ber nxt; the other on N. F. Green and E Carter, for
$125 25, due In November, 1855, with $125 credlled on
the back, paid on the 24th of January last. A liberal re
ward will be given for Its dellvt ry to C. M. Horton, on
feb4-d3t JOHN B0 WEN.
A Magnlflcent KsmedyJ Sufferers from Dyspepsia,
throw off disease I These Pills will eradicate It entirely
from the system, and correct all derangements ot the
Liver and Stomach.
Sold at the manufactories, No. 80 Maldtn Lane, New
Tork, and No. 244 Strand, London; and by all drcgglsts,
at 25c., 62 Mc, ana $i per pas or dox.
Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative
IS said to be tbe only sure and permanent cure for
baldness and gray balr. It removes all scurf, dandruff
and scrofulous eruptions from tbe scalp, and In a few
days restores gray hairs to its original color and beauty,
This preparation contains no coloring matter, but resus
citates tbe hair by invigorating and restoring perfect
health to the scalp, thus Imparting new life and vigor to
the roots, and by them causing healthy fluid to flow Into
each separate hair. Loaitville Timet.
To be had of O. J. Wood fit Co., 114 Market street, St.
louls, and of druggists generally. feb5 dawgw
Win. A. Batclielor's Hair-Dye.
GRAY, RED or RUSTY HAIR dyed lnttantly to a
beautiful and Natural BROWN or SLACK, without the
least injury to hair or skin.
Fifteen iledalt end Diplomat have been awarded to
WM. A. BATCHELOB, since IH39, and over 60,000 appli
cations have been made to the hair of his patrons of bis
f amout Bye. PreJ udlco again: t dying the balr and whis
kers la nnlust, ss It would be against covering a bald
head with a wig.
WM. A. BATCnELOR'i Haib-Dye produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and Is warranted
not to Injure In the least, however long It may bo con
Made, sold or applied, (In nine private rooms,) at the
Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, New York.
Sold in all cities and towns ot the United States, by
Bruggists and Fancy Goods Bealers.
ft- The Genuine has the came and address upon a
steel-plate engraving on four sides of each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOB,
233 Broadway, New Tork.
X3" For Silo by S. MANSFIELD &. CO., and Bruggists
AHEAD OF THE WORLD!
THE CRY IS STIJLLi THEY COHE.
PARK fc FEPjLOW,
213 Mftiu Stroot,
ARE making tb, finest PICTURES in the world. All
we ask Is for yoa all to call and examine them for your
made only at the Star Gallery. jan-datw
SALVATION, YE AFFLICTED !
W. A. GLID DON,
GUTTA PERCHA TRUSS MANUFACTURER,
NO. 1 EAGAN'S BUILDINGS,
Adams Street, opposite the Worsbam House,
THANKFUL for the extensive patronage received with
in the last four years, I am now better prepared than
ever for fitting and curing the worst forms of Hernial
Rupture. I can, besides, furnish, ready-made .ormann
factored to order, superior Stockings for Varicose Veins,
Instruments for Prolapsus, Shoulder Braces and Band
ages ot various kinds. Artificial Legs and Hands made
to order; in short, I era easily procure Instruments of
every kind, owing to arrangements made In New York
and Philadelphia. The following certiorates, among
others, speak for themselves:
I. the undersigned, hereby certify that on the 27th of
June, 1854, 1 was fitted by WM. A. GLIDDON with oae
of his Trusses. My age I seventy-one, and I been rup
tured for nlgn five years. 11 is now several months
since I have left off wearing the Instrument, and so far I
nave experienced no return ot the complaint. I cordially
recommend Mr. Gllddon as a Truss-fitter to the commu
nity at larga, satisfied tbit he understands bis business
(Signed) JOHN G. BOSTICK.
Memphis, August 28, 1S55.
By the advice of Dr. A. K. Taylor, Professor of anato
my, Memphis ilea seal uoiKge, 1 caiiea on Mr. WM. A
GL1BDON, and bad a Truss mads for me and applied.
My case was an Ingsinal Hernia. The Instrument was
fitted in April, 1615, and I now consider myself perfectly
cared. My age Is thirty four, and occupation tbat of
ciatern builder. I can cordially recommend Mr. GLID
DON to all who bave been to unfortunate as to be afflict
ed with nernia. (Signed) CLARK BARBER.
Memphis, Jannary 6, 1857. Janl4-dawtf
HAPPY AUD GLOBIOTJS 1TEWS !
Tbe greatest wonder ot the world has at last been dis
covered a epecl&c In disease DR. SLEDGE'S NER
VOUS TONIC, for tbe cure of Chills and Fever, and a pre
ventive to all gradesof Fever, as well as a cure. It has
been fully tested for tbe last four years, and It Is now
conceded by scientific men to be one of the greatest dis
coveries known to man. Tbis will be disputed by thou
sands, no doubt, but It Is so. Bead, look, and Judge for
Fifty thousand dollart will be paid to any person who
will produce Its superior. Th Medicines can be found In
all tbe Drug Stores and towns throughout the entire
West. J. M. SLEDGE.
Memphis, October 3, 1856.
Tbis Is to certify that we bave been selling large quan
tities of Dr. Sledge's Celebrated Remedies, and take
great pleasure in recommending tbem to the afflicted as
possessing remarkable properties In controlling the dis
eases for which they are recommended, and we bave no
hesitancy in giving our testimony In favor of their supe
riority over other preparations for tbe same disease!, as
they seem to give universal satisfaction to all those
who use tbem.
MansfleM i. Co., Druggists. Peyton & Harbin, Druggists.
G D. Johnson, " Ward & Jones, "
Chandler H. Oa., " Henry Wade, '
R. Joyner & Co., " W. M. Sbrfton, "
ItXDES! IUOES! HIDES !
100,000 Hides Wanted !
FOR which we will pay the highest market price in
We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAR SKINS. In fact, any Skins used by TAN
NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the HIGIIBST CASH
PRICE. GEO. PHILLER it CO.,
nov!2-6m 78 Front Row.
.W. E. MILTON,
2G Madison Street. Up Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
Exchange and IS'ote Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of all
NOTES AAD BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
W. W. Ii43IGH,
SHIPPING, RECEIVING AND DISCHARGING
HYX 33 jart. O 33l -dV. 3V M7,
AIVD STEAMBOAT AGENT,
NO. 3 BASK AVENUE,
WILL attend faithfully to all business entrusted to his
THE OXEY MEDAL, AWARDED
BY the New York Exhibition to the English or foreign
Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst numer
ous competitors, by LEA tt PERRINS, for their
whereby farther 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 Us efficacy In promoting the general
health Is becoming dally moreobserved 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 tbe food.
On the Continent of Europe, these qualities have been
testified to by a gentleman, who writes to LEA & PER
RINS thus: "I have can-led 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 to its use ; your Sauce Is stcmachic, and I think
medicinal. I can with truth say there Is nothing In a
traveler'sbaggage so essential to bis comfort, at least In
these countries, asysur Sauce."
in India, also, where it is found at the mess of every
regiment, a medical gentleman writes from Madras to
bis brother In the same profession at Worcester, In the
foHowlng terms: -Tell LEA 4. PERRINS that their
Sauce Is highly approved In India, and that It Is, in my
opinion, the most palatable as well as the most wbole-
This Sauce Is suitable for every variety of dish, and the
universal demand which Its excellence bas created hat
led to many imitations being offered to the public, under
a variety or names, but tbe genuine may be known by
the names of " LEA tt PERRINS " being impressed noon
thepatent metallic capsules, or patent glass stopper of
ine Doiue, as wen as me ianeis ana wrapper.
0010 Asuu lor ice unnea states,
JOHN DUNCAN &; SONS,
p!2-ly 405 Broadway, New York.
Tfin i303rtma.t to 3Eoxxxaao3
DE. CHEESEMAIITS PILLS.
THE combinations of Ingredients In these Pills are the
result of a long and extensive nradlce. Thev are
mild In their operation, and certain in correcting all lr-
reguiariues, painiui menstruation, removing all obstruc
tions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, naln In
the side, palpitation of the heart, disturbed sleep, which
always arise from Interruption of nature. They can be
successfully used as a preventive. These Pills should
never be taken In pregnancy, as they would be sure to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted nurelv vea-etable. and
free from anything Injurious to life or health. Explicit
diCtions, which should be read, aecnmnanv each box.
Price J 1. For sale In Memphis by
S. MANSFIELD & CO,
G. B JOHNSON,
WARB k JONES -E3Scntbymanbrencloslngl
to Dr. CORNET.lfTH
L. CHKESEMAN, No. 1W Broadway, New York.
A NB for tale low to tbe tradi
20 hhds. Brown Sugar!
. iuusacisKto uonee;
15 bales Bundee Bagging 1
100 half colls Repe.
DOUGHERTY Jc A YD LETT, -novS
ITS THREE GREAT BEAUTIES.
. ,, , . . ,
T7IIRST Tbev are more brilliant, and will never fade
A" SECONB They can be taken equally as well. If not
wetter, in Kouuy as cuar weamsr.
THIRD There can be given to the Impression on the
Japaned surf ace au artistic effect and finish that cannot
be produced on any other surface knoan to 'be Photo
Remember I ThatW. HDeSHONG, 181 Main street,
bas the exclusive right ot the city tf Memphis tor tbe
Ileal 'o makes Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes, Flonro-
lypes, lyeierestypes, Tlthneotypes, Photographs, etc. 6u.
HORSES FOR SALE.
frv- A PAIR of young gentle CARRIAGE HORSES,
aijXpnrchasad In Baltimore Hit summer, for sale on
time. If anolicatlnn be made soon. Tnnnlre at
ouujAU'a stable. Ian27-4t
A U. KINDS We have Just added to our previously
-t. jl. targe bioceoi these goods.
janio J, B. MERRIMAN CO.
100 Barrels Flour.
TTARIOUS brands, from the best Extra to Superfine,
- ' "j a. UEuiLL,
QgtS Mala street.
ON Lauderdale street, outside the corporation,
NINE ACRES OF LAND, which bas been oc
cupied for years by a Gardener. On the prem
ises is a small awrmnr. conlalnln? fanr num.
and basemtnt. Tberelsagood cistern Bear tbe bouse.
There is also a good orchard, and a flue grape arbor. Ap-
fij tujiunjuiuj 10
J"i- JOHN OANNOVAN.
ON the night of 25th December, a small ches-
uui Borreii juule, four, jears ow, marked with
ms msr, m gooa oraer, naa one snoe on before,
had a rope on his nek when he left. Anv n.
formation left at Cajce's stable, or to myself, two miles
.luiiuui -aiempais. will De inanarnllv received, anrl .11
jams-aawtf W. DONALDSON.
SHELBY MALE HIGH SCHOOL.
NEAR GERMANTOWN, TENN.
rpHE sixth session of this School will commence on
X MONDAY. Februarv 9th. 1S57. The evnenaea Tr
oo.iuu, lu.iuu'us aunioa anu uoara, are $65 to $70.
cut iuii-. paiucuura, aaarvss
A.'M. RAFTER, Principal.
J. R. KVaKS, A. B Assistant. JanSS-dawlm
UillALU FEMALE INSTITUTeT
BYHALIA, MARSHALL CO., MISS.
mHE next Session wir begin MONDAY, 2d day of Feb-
X ruary, itxti, ana continue twenty-one weeks.
Primary Department $12 00
xreparawry iscpanmeui... ...... g co
Collegiate Brpartment... 20 00
Ancient Classics, (extra,)... 5 00
Modern Languages each, (extra,) 12 00
Muslcon Piano or Guitar 2500
Use of Instrument.. 6 00
Incidental Fee 1 60
Payment on-half in advance, and tbe balance when
the session is halt out. Popl s are charged only f rem
tbe time of entrance to tbe close of the sessieB.
Ihe Course of Study Is thorough and extensive, embra
cing all the branches usually taught In the best Female
Tbe Teachers are faithful, experienced and welt anal!
fied. Arrangements have been made to supply the Insti
tution with a complete set of Philosophical Apparatus.
For additional Information, address tbe undersigned.
Jan3I-lm P. J. ECKLE5, President.
Classical and mathematical School,
A SCHOOL of tbe character above indicated will be
il opened In this place on the 9th of February. 1S57.
The coarse of Instruction will be the same as that pursued
at ine university of Virginia, ana aaaptea to tbepr'pa-
ration 01 youtn lor tne university, or tne cosiness par-
suits of life. The different branches that wiH be taught
in mi scnooi are :
English Language and Literature;
Moral Philosophy and Ethics;
Mathematics and Natural Science;
Greek Language and Literature;
Latin Language and Llteratuie;
Modern Languages and Literature.
Having attem'ed the Lectares la the Literary and Sci
entific Departments of the University of Virginia; ob
tained the degree ef Bachelor of Arts, and been several
yeais engaged In teaching, I flatter myself with tbe hope
mat 1 win ne ao.e to give general sailsracttoa In the dif
ferent branches which I profess to teach. As regards
qualifications, moral character, and standing, I can refer
to the Professors of the University, and to tbe citlxens of
Charlottesville, Vs., from whom I bave ample testimo
Terms. $40 per session of five months, payable inva
riably In advance. No deduction made except in case of
For further particulars, see printed circulars, or call on
me, at the Commercial Hotel.
Jan 30 JOnNE. JONES, A. B.
TTAVING qualified at Bseember Term, 1S66, of the
JUL county uonrt or rayette county, T'nn., as Adminis
tratrix oi tne estate ot tne late jonn w. Boca, deceased,
I hereby notify all persons having claims aralnst said
Estate to present them for payment within tbe time pre
scribed by law, and all those indebted to said Estate to
come forward and make immediate payrant.
janz7-dawim MART F. bond. Administratrix.
THE co-partnership heretofore existing between Drs.
K. P. WATSON & A. L. EIMBRO. has been dis
solved by mutual consent. Dr. Klmbro settles the old
N. B. Br. KIMBRO win continue business at tbe old
office, on union street . jan2 1-daw3m
a. kh superior instruments, from
btJKt Tn-r. fnliT warrants) t I
. . ' 1
UtO. HaAIIEKTT fit BKO.'S, I
jtn5 Comer Main aad Unlog-U. I
Finn Pnrlnr nifimlior G 4a I
VV Jan25 GEO FLAHERTY i BRO.'S.
Sasli, stairs, Banisters.
AND a thonaand and one useful articles, too tedious
to mention, can be bad at
GEO. FLAHERTY tt BRO 'S,
Comer Main and Union streets, Memphis, Tenn.
J a n25
PUBLIC COTTOX WAREHOUSE.
Fictors, tJbto UNTotico.
THE undersigned having leased the spacious Cotton
Warehtnue, corner of Monroe and Third streets.
lately occupl'd by Messrs. Chapman & Co.. are prepared
to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and Merchandise
generally, upon favorable terms.
feb3-m W. R. GUNNIS tt CO.
A BEAUTIFUL Cottage, with six rooms. In
the corporate limltsj with one and a I tit acres
of Land. Apply to
W. C. ANDERSON.
Janl 3-4 w 215 Main street.
BRJlDX fc UATIES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
main street, juouisvuie, ivy.,
ANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope, Bag
ging, jeans, Linseys, kc. Jan23-ly
S EVEN TOOUSANB DOLLARS of Arkansas Swamp
Land Scrip, (old Issue) for sale at PAR.
few v. B. TURNER.
A LL persons indebted to us either by note or account
XJl win come forward and settle,
as longer Indulgence
cannot be given.
POPE k BROTHERS,
235 Maln-st., Memphis, Tenn.
Drugs ! Drugs :
W;vi & 3ou.es,
229 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
KE2P constantly on band a very heavy stock of goods
In their line ot trade
Country dealers, physicians, and others win find It to
their interest to purchase of then rafter than from
Northern or Eastern Cities.
Tbe rapid increase of trade In Memphis demands of us
to compete with other larger cities. We are determined
to do it
V3T None but punctual men or cash customers need
Cfl BAGS Rio Coffee; 10 tierces Rice;
OK) 25 tbis. Mackerel;
200 dozen Garret's Snuff Bottles and Papers ;
60 bags B. W. Flour;
200 drums Figs; 25 boxes Raisins;
15 cases Sardines;
100 doien Hosteller's Bitters;
25 casks London Porter ;
25 boxes Maccaroni and Vermldlla ;
25 boxes Claret; 25 doz White Wine;
100 dozen Bed Cords ; 25 do Brooms ;
25 boxes Garden Seeds.
Also, Orsnges. Lemons. Fbrs. Ralslni . Tea. .Tobacco.
Sugar, Molasses, kc. For gale by
J. F. FRANK.,
Jan20 No. 35 Front Row.
J. Co JAOOBI & CO.,
(No. 323 Main, bet. Union and Gayoso-sts.,)
Importers and Manufacturers of
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGAES AID TOBACCO.
CONSTANTLY on hand, a large assortment of the most
favorite brands, at moderate prices.
A Desirable Business House for
TnE House I now occupy will be rented loa
good tenant, on early application to
J. W. McCRAW.
Jan28-tf 195 Maln-st., one door south of Monroe.
THE undersigned having purchased the Mam
moth Livery Stable formerly owned by Messrs.
M. C. CAYCE k SON, are now prepared to
attend to any business In their line. Persons
wishing to board their horses, by the month, week or day,
can be accommodated by calling at tbe above named place.
Drovers and the traveling public are respectfully Invited
to call, as we nave ample room to accommodate all.
Board per month $15 00
week a ou
Single Feed... 50
feb3-dlm J. H. ATKINSON k SON.
I OFFER my Residence, on Alabama street,
nearly osposlte Mr. Beatty's. Lot fronting 75
feet, and running back 172 feet. Good new
Mouse, wttn four rooms, good cistern and gar-
Also. Ut In South Memphis, on nuUng street, frontlnt
53 feet 4 Inches, and running back ISO feet.
Also, 480 acres unimproved Land In Tippah county.
Tor terms apply at my office, on Court street.
J. W. SANGSTKR.
X. B. A bargain wUI be given In exchange for Ne
mR''ENNERatdsexcluslvrty to Surgical Diseases,
I A- sn as Piles, Fistulas in Ano, Strictures, Stone la
I li'.H.r vti r-... ... ."" '. .
Bladder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, Poltpus, Blseased
Bones and Joints. Deformities rrnm num. rr.ir.rjn
Contracted Tendons from loss of Lips, Cheek, Nose, Eye
lids, &c.. Closed Jaws from Salivation, and all other dia.
ae auu uciunaiues requiring surgical aid.
DR. F8NNER also attends to all BUeases of th Eye
and Ear, and is prepared to Board Patients from a
t3r Office on Main street, in Walker's Baildlntr. rest.
aence on uonrt street. sepso-dtwawlyins
DR. JOHXSOX'S INFIRMARY,
FOR DISEASES Or THE
EYE AND EAR,
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c;
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,
mayCToaw .ucjinii.t, icn.i.
CANDEE, MIX & CO.,
Otx.ja.u- n-xry- 1st, 18S7.
TNoffertBgour card to tbe poetic we tender our ae-
JL knowledgments, for tbe very liberal patronage extemt-
ea as aurmg tbe past year, and pn raise for tbe fature to
rurnisboarcastomers the LARGKST, CHEAPEST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS in tbe Southern
Our Senior partner will be constantly In the Eastern
market, and will keep us fully supplied with everydeaira-
Die style or
Staple end Fancy Dry Goods, &c,
We are Agents for some of tbe best brands of DO
MESTICS, OSNABURGS, ice., wh-ch we offer at Factory
puces. . Jan3-daw3m
CANDEE, MIX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS ST SMOEs
KC Jk. "3? S ,
ullLLIiVUY GOODS, &C,
Jan3-daw3m 225 MAIN-ST . MEMPHIS, TENN.
GOODS, at actual cottfor cath.
Owing to a change in our business, we offer at aeinal
cost for cath and cath only, our entire stock ef Clothing
and Furnishing Goods. As tbe business must be dosed
up, and to do so the stock mast be sold, nersens in want
of Goods in onr line, win And It ta tbeir advantage to
give ns a can. KELLER k JOHNSON,
No. 3 nark's Marble Block.
Janl-3m 272 Main street.
53" Enquirer cosy three months.
rnEN CIGAR-MAKERS can find employment at J. C.
JL JACOBI k CO '3 Manufactory. Apply immediate
ly aio xxsjiatn street. jaBZ7-lw
I HAVE three HOUSES and LOTS is ren for
the present year, sriBatd in tbe Northeastern
part of tbe city, n what Is known as Winches
ter Avenue, it being the property upon whkh I
now live. For a more partieu'ar description, and for
closing the contract of rent, call oa Major William Rol
en, at tne uas umce. BOB PRICE.
1S4 Main- St., opp. Worsbam House,
PLANTATION. STAPLE ANB FANCY!
Men's and Youth's Clothing,
Hats, Shoes, kc, kc.,
Saddlery, Guns, Rifles, Catlery,
Boys' Doable Guns, Fine Tobacco and Tea,
LOW FOR CASK
To Consumers or Dealers.
Profitable and Honorable Employment
FOR THE WINTER.
PERSONS In town or country la search ot erapteymeat
as a source ot income, or to OU op tbeir leisare hoars.
may hear of such by ertetefing two stamps, to pay post
age, to Professor J tMES T. IIORXE. Box No. 4,61 New
York Post office. Tbe employment Is tilted to either sex
station in life Immaterial. It is an article of dally
consumption, and can be manufactured In any person's
dwelling; secured by copyright; rales as permanent as
flour. An agent is wanted In every town in the Union.
upucian, n area iiiaKcr ana jeweicr,
ir.j.1. s.a 1. j T ry.
ut3HW7srcc. iciicen. iuoui unit xrmit Juze,
OPPOSITE TITB CITIZEN'S' BANK, MEMPHIS, TENS'.
Tl ESPKCTFULIjT ailDOGllces to LIS frteDdS tod tbe
kZ$l. ,ih'd' ineWm.lLSfv'te
Jlmself at the above sUnd, where be msywstantly be
him with their patronage. I will always have cn hand
a splendid assortment of various Improved Spectacles
also a variety of Watches, Clock, Jewelry, kc Re
pairing done in every branch ot the business at short
notice, and warranted. Janll-diwawly
TUST receTvtd, a tplenald assortment ot various kinds
ej Of lmprovea oirx,aAt;ua.
Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Madison Street, between Main and Front Row,
Opposite Citizens' Bank, Memphis, Teen.
These celebrated Glasses are ground en tbe exast prin
ciple of Spherical Accuracy, ot a concavo-co-ivex mirror
form, admirably adapted to the organ of sight, on be
used to pursue the most minute employment, either by
day or candle light, with perfect ease to the eye, and
never causes that giddiness of tbe bead, or painrsl sen
sation In tbe eyes, that many experience in using tbe
common Spectacles, bat strengthen and improve the
sight, as will be seen from tbe following testimonials:
From Hon. A. Johnton, Gov. of Tenn.
Mr C. Mui-I.es Sir: Having fully tested the merits
of your Improved Spectacles, I do not hesitate to say
that they excel any I have ever tried, and find tbe pecu
liar manner in which they are groand, obviates the pals
I have frequently experienced In us log other spectacles.
.From JJr. Barton, of New Orleans.
Kxoxyilxj") TEKS.. June 28th, 1S56.
Mr. 0 Muller, Optician Dear Sir: The glasses you
have prepared for me exceed In distinctness and brilliancy
ot vision any I have ever used. Tbe principle of a focus
accommodated to every motion of the eye. Is Invaluable,
as it prevents fatlsue to the organ, and does net impair
vision. The beautiful transparency of the glass, wtth its
great hardness, gives a durability which Is invaluable to
those baring a constant demand for them.
- These improvements are recommendations for their cse
highly meriting pablic patronage.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant.
G. n. BARTON, M. D., Of N. 0.
From Hon. A. McClelland, Ex-Member of Congrett,
Mr. C. Mcixer Sir: 1 find your glasses to be far su
perior to those in common use. A. McCLfcLLAND.
From Hon. IK. H. llumphreyt. Judge of the Federal
I have tried Mr. Mullet's spectacles. I consider tLcm
altogether superior to tbe spectacles commonly used.
W. II HUMPHREYS.
From Saml. R Rodgen, Senatorfrom Knox and Roane
Mr. C. Muixer Sir : I take great pleasare In stating
tbe public tbat I am using your Improved Spectacles with
perfect satisfaction, both by daylight and candlelight. 1
consider them a valuable Improvement.
SAM. R. R0DGEES.
G. H. Kyle, Jackson, Tenn.
Thomas Gamewell, Jackson, Tenn.
Hon. John Read, " "
V. B. Woodfolk, M. D-, Cotton Grove, Tenn.
W.W. Hawkins, Brownsville, Tenn.
Wm. C. Bruce. M. D., " "
Mayor A. M. Shaw, Somerviile, Ttnn.
Wm. H. Polniexter, "
The Spectacle Lens In common use, lerme double con
vex, have but one focus, and that being In tbe centre, ad
mits of a perfect vision only through the centre. Now as
the eyes, in railing from side to side, depart from this
point, It Is affected by the distortions Incident, and occa
sions In weak eyes fatigue and pain, and In strong eyet
a more frequent cha-ge of glass for those of higher power,
than Is caused by tbe simple flattening of the eye by age ;
or. tonsetbelaneuaffe of many, they make the eye grow
older. Could the glass be attached to the eye, so as to i
move with It, or tbe head be made to turn ana accommo
date the sight, while the eyes remain fixed, the double
convex lens would not be so objectionable. Bat as neither
of these plans could be very well accompli 'bed, an easier
method to remedy this Important defect in all hitbet to
construced helps to the defective human vision Is desira
ble This end is obtained in these glasses which, having
not only central focus, but, for all practical purposes, cne
throughout, the objection above named is obviated, as they
will enable the wearer to perceive objects at every angle
of vision, with all the correctness of tbe natural healthy
A SITUATION as Book Keeper or as Cleik In a Hotel,
or any situation where a young man. by constant
attention to and interest In tbe business of his employer,
will enable the latter to pile up the dimes, and at the
same time give the former a chance to make a smal a
very small pile for himself. Address D. S. BURTON,
through the Post Office, or Inquire at tne Memphis Fe
male College, Adams street. References can be slvtn. If
O fl fa SACKS choice Irish Potatoes In store and for
UU sale by
nov27-tf BOYD k ANDERSON.
MEMPHIS INSURANCE COMPANY,
T. W.Wilkinson, Pres.; Ben May, Sec.
orricE on jErrEBsoK street.
H. O. WALKER, 3 All. KOSBV,
Q. 0. ATatlSSOX, T. W. WlLKl.tSOir,
w. B. Grxeslaw, t. h. Ai.i.ra,
J. J. RAWLISOS.
T7IIFTEEN Thousand pounds Goshen Batter in store and
X for sale by
nor27-tf BOYD k ANDERSON.
iVEW DRUG STORE.
n WE take pleasare la informing tbe cuisens of
SXa Memphis aad tbe pnbiic generally that we have re
Tay moved our stock of Drugs to the corner ot Main and
2 Union streets, and will take pleasure In accommo
danug all who may favor us wit h a call.
We are alo m receipt ot a fall supply of fresh and gen
uine Drngi, Chemicals Paints, Oils, rerfamery, kc.
Particular attention paid to filling ot Prescriptions at
all boars of day and night.
dec3I-tf R. JOINER k CO.
Thos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
I HAVE for sale tbe Baetdeace and 183 H acres of land
belonging 10 Thomas Paters, Esq., lying on the Stale
Lln Road and the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, 21
miles east ot Memphis, at Bray's Station. The improve
ments consists of a Jwe ling, bailt ia Gothic Style, 3 large
rooms and 2 small or.es, with closets, store rooms, &c.
Kitchen. 2 servants' rooms, eutarn. well, stable and
oara, carriage boase, wagon shed, Jtc. ke. In short, it
is one ot the best improved places is Shelby county, al!
sew and in perfect order. I will sell the Improvements
aad 83 H acres of land, or a' 1 teaether. Ir desired. I will
sen sac siecx or sneep, nogs, and cattle, corn, fodder, oats
and pork, siaaghtercd aad packed in tbe sateke hwe. A
bargain wl be given. Asatr to Tbos. Peters, an the
premises, or to G. B. LOCKE,
dec 21 Aaetioneer aad Real Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
T OFFER for sale, tspea good terms, the former Resl
l deace of O. F. King, Esq., lying oa th north side of
the new Slate-line road, a mile and a half east of tbe
ctty. The tract euatains 11 aeree, and is improved with
a small reesdeace of three rooms, welt and other Improve
Also, a foar acre wood let. aearlv ooeosHe. This trart
is withlB three qsaaters of a mile of a geed ebarch and
school, aad is la oae of tbe best and healthiest neiebtor.
hoods ia tbe vicini ty of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE,
gov" ABCtiuaeer and Real Estate Broker.
Piano Fortes for Sale.
I HAVE is store, Jast received direct
from New York TWELVE PIANO
FORTES, from S 1-3 to 7 octave, of supe
rior finish and diSHeat stvtes. some beina-
ioJakl with Pearl. They wUi be s..ld at greatly reduced
prices. This presents a most favorable opportunity to
purchase a superior Instrument at a bargain . Terms
made ta salt pnrehasers. G B. LOCKE,
Qec-13 tf Aactloaeer and Real Estate Broker.
N. B. FOREST,
IEA1aEI. IN Sli,WES,
ISo. S7 Adams-st, Memphis, Ten.,
UAajasi reeeivea iron rorth Karelins,
twenty-five likely yoosg negroes, to which be '
desires to caH tbe attention of parchasers.jl
.He will be in tbe regular receiot of nrzroe.
from North and Sosth Carolina every month. His Ne
gro Depot is oae of tbe most complete and commodious
establishment of the klndia the SoatherB coBBtrr. and
bis regulations exact and systematic, cleanliness, neat
ness and comfort being strictly observed and enforced.
His aim is ta furnish to castoBers A. I servants 'and
field hands, sound and perfect la body aad mind. Ne
groes taken on commission. laeCl
Garden Seeds, Crop of IS 06.
DIRECT from B. Land rein, for aa.e by the paper, dozen,
pound, and bushel, wholesale and retail by
jaazi-dawzw WARD k JONES.
A Teacher Wanted.
THE nndersigned will give $180 and board ta a com
petent Baptist Lady, who can teach tbe Baalish lan
guage, for a term of ten months. Only two children te
bet inght. Address, A. F. CLEAVELAND,
Jan3Z-daw4t SiedgevlUe, Mis s.
ST. AGXES FEMALE AGADE3IY.
rp HE Spring terra and Fifteenth Sefstoa will cem-
raeace oa MONDAY, the 3d ot February.
For terms see Circulars.
Dancing at Professor's charges. JanSIdtwawSm
POUNDS new Feathers, fresh from the
country, for sale at
McKINNEY k CO.'S.
McKINNEY &. CO. have lately reeeiv
ed a considerable lot ot flu FURNITURE
from New York and Boston, to wbich
i t tbey Invite the attention of purchasers.
at ivz .nam aireet, jiempnis. Janl
TJEAUTIPCL black enameled, plain aad ornamental
U Oak Chamber setts, just received bv
MCKINNEY & CO.,
JanI7 191 Main stmt
Halle!, Davis & Co.'g Pianos.
2u. ot these tpwniid seven Octave
j Piaao Fortes, received per steamer Pete
Whetstone, aad for sale at Boston Mkes.
' ireagnt aonea, or
JaaI7 McKINNST CO.
rp HREB or foar geed MATTRESS MAKERS wasted
I jl tmmeatatery. uooa wages gtvea. at
Jaal7 MeKlNNBT & CO.'S.
DOZEN GarreH's SaaaT is bottles ;
lw aesea " " pipers;
10 bats " " " Madders.
For sale by WARD k JONES.
A SITUATION as Beek-Keeper or Shipstag Otfk, hy a
XX Toeeg MSB fna at. Loots.
Good reference gives.
C. H. MARTIN, P. O.
FOR SAXiE !
A FINE TONED PIANO for sale very
cheap, as the owner uisbes to break ap
hoesea-replBg. Apply at tbis oSce.
P'ST leceired, 300bbls. Smith's superior PKtsbargh
Ale. n. H POTTER,
declS Maln-st. 3d door North Worsbam Boase.
MARSHALL FEMALE INSTITUTE.
THE Fall Sessiea of the Marshall Female Institute
will open on MONDAY, the 16th S-ptember next.
under tbe government of Rev S. W. SPEKR, D.D., Presi
dent, Mrs. A. B SPBER, Preeeptiess, assisted by able
and experienced teachers.
The Board of Instruct loo is sot yet tall. The President
will brug with him from Natchez Professors of Mathe
matics and Music, who bave bees associated with him
for a Bamb r ot years In that city.
Tbe pablic are assared tbat every departeaeat wilt be
fined with teachers equal to any la thee aatry, tbat every
eflert will be made to continue the IntUtate is the high
position it has long occupied, and that no means will be
spared in aaording young ladies every faculty for acquir
ing a profound and an accompli. net! eaueauoa.
The eemmodieas and excellent bailding now in process
of erection will certainly be ready in every respect for the
reception of pupils by the opening of the session.
Dr. Speer it new ia tbe Has tern cittet tarnishing tbe
Institutewith Fnrnitare, Apparatas aad Masical Instru
ments, all ef which will be of the best style and finish.
Bates ef Board aaa TutmB per sesetea tne same as last
Tuition la Literary Department from $12 to $20 00
Music, with use ot Instrument 25 00
Beard, per month 9 00
No gentleman ceo Hi come more saitsfaetorily recom
mended than Br. Speer, as an able ins tractor, a thorough
scholar, and a skillfal disciplinarian. Sustained by ener
getic, zealous and ladastrioas teacsers. and by an Intelli
gent and enterprising Board ot Trustees, the Principal
hopes te bave n schoool worthy of general coBOdeDCe aad
extensive patronage. Aa appeal is cade ta the ferraer
friends and patrons of "old Marshall, " and to the pnb
iic generally, for a liberal support.
angl3-wtf J. i. STEtiKtt.
UNION FEMALE COLLEGE,
THE next session of this excellent Institation will be
gin on the Firtt Monday in September next.
Rev. S. G. BURNET, D. D., President, and Professor
of Ancient Languages, Mental and Moral Philosophy.
Rev. GEO. T. STEINBACE, A. B., Professor of Physi
Miss M. L MOORE. Instructress in Mathematics,
Embroidery, Painting. Drawing, kc
Miss EMILY MOORS, Instructress in French and
Belles Lett res.
, Professor In Vocal and Instrumental Mastc
Miss MARY A. WARNER, Assistant in Music Depart
, Principal in Preparatory Department.
Mrs. S. G. BURNEY, Governess.
Prenaratorv Department. Spelling. Reading. Wri
ting, Arithmetic, Geography, English Grammar, and Uni
In College Proper. History, Ancient and Modern,
Botany, Physiology. Meteorology, Mythology. Algebra,
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry. Rhetoric, Astronomy,
Geology, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mental Philosophy,
Logic, and Evidences of Christianity.
Clattical Court e. Latin Grammar, Reader. Csesar's
Commentaries, Virgil, Cicero de Officrls and AmieiUa.
Gre-k Grammar, Reader, Greek Testament, Earner's
Iliad, Xenophon'a Anabasis. Q
Terms per Session of 21 Weeks.
Preparatory Department $10 00
Primary and Sophomore Classes.................. 15 00
Junior and Senior C asses 20 00
Board, Including all contingent expenses.......... 50 00
Believing that the time has arrived when Southern
girls should be educated In Southern schools, we confi
dently appeal to Southern parents and guardians for a
liberal share of patronage.
The blanks wl 1 be filled In due time.
Jj- Eagle and Enquirer copy. July22-wtf
Tro" RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
McMissviixe, Tex., January IS, 1857.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at McMianvlHe.
until March 10th, 1S57, for the Grading, Masonry and
Bridging of sixty miles of the Southwestern Railroad,
commencing at McMlanville, the Southern terminus, and
runnlrg North through Warren, White and Putnam
counties to Livingston, in uverun county.
The character of the work is heavy, cemprtstag a urge
amotiut of rock excavation, several heavy Jobs of bridge,
masonry and twelve hundred lineal feet of floors on
Proposals for the above work msy be made by sections of
mile one each, or for thirty, or the whole sixty miles, in
cluding Iron, tracklaying, depot buildings, and all the
equipment necessary for operating the road when com
plete. Flans, maps, promes ana specie canons iaay uu
and all other Informatocn obtained at the Engineers
office after March 1st. at McMlnavilie, or before that time
by addressing me at the Engineer's office ot the ilobUe
and Ohio Railroad, Jackson, Tenn.
feb3-dtlI0mar Engineer In charge.
NOTICE NEW FIRM.
WS have this day associated with ns in business Mr.
GEO. W. TROTTER, late of Somervtlle. Tenn. Tbe
style of our h use wilt be hamuik, uumik. a to.
We would respectfully solicit from our patrons a contin
uation of their patronage, as w4 will, at all 'im., keep a
large and well selected stork of Groceries and Produce,
which we sell cheap. Call and see ns.
nANCOCK & CLARK.
Memphis, February 1. 1857 febs
A. S. HANCOCK. ...K. O. CLAHK....GEO W. TBOTTXX.
Late Williamson & Late Aydiett k Late of Somerviile.
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, HOPE, BACON, LABD,
a n Einds of DtPxrodrioo,
NO. 16 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
?. MAINGAULT, Master J. P. BOOKER, Clerk.
I. THIS fast running, freight and paasen
E?1 ger packtt, will leave Memphis for Jack-
soaport and all intermediate landings,
' every Wednesday, aid o'clock, r. M .
For freight or passage, apply on board or to
W. W. HODGE. Agent,
deeS0-3m No. 3 Bank Avenue.
183G. : : r : s r 1837,
MOSES McLELLOX & SUPERIOR.
James P. Smith, Master.
BEGULAK TT. S. HAIL PACKET LUTE.
i U ON the resamptioa of
;n navigation a line of first
class packets will Cvra
mence their regular trips
between Memphis, Cairo and Loalsvile, connecting at
Memphis with the New Orleans packet line, at Cairo
with the HlinoiaCentral Railroad, and at LouasvUle with
the Louasville and (Jtncancatl packet line.
These Boats are fitted ap and faraiehed la etegaat style,
with every regard for the com! ort and coavcBieBce ef
paienjirs, areoSceredby caref'al and experienced men,
who, by strict attention to bastoess, hope te merK the
oanaoence snd patronage of the pabiie.
LAVALLETTB k MORRIS, Agents. Memphis.
oc2I BENEDICT 5-SON, Agents, Loatsviue.
3 Regie and Baqnirer copy.
aiemphis, White River and lYapoleon
TJ. S. MAIL PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Lacoaia & Concordia,"
STEAMER KATE FRISBEE,
JOHN T. SHIRLEY. Master.. ..WM. T. WOOD, Clerk.
). THIS new, splendid and fast steamer.
al navmg ocen pnrcsaeia xov aw .racset
Trade in place of the James i.aaaaiiB.wiii
cootinae regularly in the trade, leaving
Memphis every MONDAY aad FRIDAY at S o'clock p.
al., pooctaally, connecting at NapeteoB with White and
Arkansas river boats, taking freight and paseenaers te
While river at regular rates. RetansiBg. leaves Napo
leon every TCB8DAT and SATO RD AY, arrivaag at Mem
phis Saaday aad Wedsesday evenings.
Thaaxfai far former patmsage, the owBers have te
merK a coBtiaBJBce of the tame to their bow boat, pro
mising strict atteatma to basiBess.
LAVALLETTE k MORRIS, Agents.
Notice to SmrrzKS Tbe -'Frtsaee" watt receive
freight an til oae o'clock on Mondays, and daring the en
tire day Thursdays, and until one o'clock Friday.
3IEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS
3?J3lCE03T TsI lMJk:;
rr order to accommodate the pablic, the owners and
masters of the Packets heretofore in the trade between
tbe two cities have organized a Company to ran a Tri
Weekt Line ot Packets between Memphis aad New Or
leans, under the same and style of the
Memphis and New Orleans Packet Co.
The Boats coaipostnar the Line are ail of the ant class,
interior te aeae is the West or Soath. for I peed, comfort
aad safety. They will leave each place every JfwioVsy,
ireatBrsaay and Friday, at 3 o'clock r. H.
Particular attention mil be paid ta way ittH.
NEBRASKA R. Akx. Irwfaa, Master.
INGOMAR L. Mcmasngh,
JOHN SIM0ND9 .. Wray, Master.
H. K. W. HILL. .The. M. Nawea, "
BEN FRANKLIN M. 8. Anders, Master.
BELFAST H. L. Church,
Shippers aad Passengers may rely oa the paaclaasllj ot
the boats of this llM.
A coatiaaaBCe of the patronage hitherto extended ta
the ewaers of this use is respectfully aolicited.
LAVALLETTB k MORRIS, Ageats.
VJ' OSce adjoining W. B. Btrtraiosirt k Co., earner
Caart s treet and Frost Row. sees
I HAVE jot received aoeae of these eie
gaot FRENCH BOCRDOIR PIANOS,
from tbe celebrated Piaae Factory at
" Ebabd, " at Paris sad Loartaa, aad af
ter them for sale. 1 keep those spbeadid little Oft&ANS,
called SeraahiBe, with Mam tea ta thirteea atop, aad all
thelatest tmprov meats. These are known te he the best
Instraaaeats far Churches, Ledge aad School Senas. All
InstrnaaexU sotd by me a.e warranted fur Bve years.
)3 TaBtaagaBd Repairing of Plaaes, YletiB, Organs,
Metodeeas, etc., etc., done ta a w,ransa alike manner at
S3 I do Bet pretend to give lessons on any somber and
variety of iBstraments.
HENRY G. HOLLRNBBRG,
Jang-tf 14 Mata street.
To the Patrons or the Commercial Hotel
FBRLI.NG very grateful to a liberal aad gatasTea pnh
lle tor their lappovt ia whatever b- a.ache of base
ness I have hem encaged here, I desire to reader my ac
kaewHiiHawiit aaore e pedal. y tor tbeir sapaart of thin
establishment, aad far the qaset aad good order my gacats
have enabled sac to preserve ta it.
The-Iicease for retailing splrltaea liquet at the bar
having expired, it will, ia de fere nee to the law, be closed
from aad after tbis day. D COCKRRLL.
JanU-tf Propraetor Contmercial Hotel.
Stop the Runaway !
RAN AWAY from the sahsertner, living six miles
VJf Borthwestof Hernando. Ml.. a Necrelfaa. named
A. ALBERT Said Albert is between Ss aed aa, years
atd, 6 feet 5 or 6 inches high, dark coaBSteeted and
quick i pokea He wore etr three pairs af peats, three
coats, aad earne wttn htm two aiaaaei. je wa rateeo.
in Halifax, Virginia, from which ptaee he was breoeht by
Forrest & Joaes, from wheat I bed recently liuaibl him.
I will give the above reward fee his appt abanetoa aad aaa
HaeeaeBt so that 1 can get htm.
JaaSe-davrlm F C. GtRTRRLL.
A GOOD COOK
- CAY be had hy appiyiag te
Corner ot Exchange aad Third streets.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
G-oxa.o3Tvl T-nncl J.oxx't.
TTTT. LL attead personally to the local hag ef Swamp Laad
V V Scrip and Warrants la the JackseBpert aad Helena
District!, aeuieg Land and paying Taw s. y
B. Graham. Memphis.Teaa.; A. 3. Heey, Little Reck;
R. C Briakley, . Maj T. Man, Mite.;
W. M. FolweH. " J. Norton k Ce., N. O.I
F. Lane Co , ' J. A. Beaseeaa, LaSfanas,
H. P. CeeMge. Helena, ; Teas.;
Myrtle k Moore, " W. E. Bests, LawieBeesMt,
Allen Polk. Pa ;
C. W Board, Jaeksonport; Poet k Wa tsee, Jacktenpar t
BR. J. BORBLEY weald
inform bis friends and the potaUc that he
has a fine assertmeat of ArtaMM Teeth.
aad is prepared, where the guana are soaad
and free of sensitiveness, kc, te insert Teeth oa Gold or
Silver Plate, in twenty-four boars after the cast is taken.
SpeomeBs or Teeth on Plate can be seen ac my onsce.
All other operations performed as aseat.
13- Office ever Winn's Saddlery Ssetw.htc.BntfcHng,
opposite Court Square. JanlT-lm
ejv TAKBN up at ay boase, eae BAY HOR98,
ISiVleft hmd feet white. Had os sew saddle and
bridle. Inquire ot K. J. B. L. WINN,
Janl7tf Ne. 21 Maht-st-
THE undersigned, at present representing the boase
of BREWER k CALDWELL. New York, was make
liberal Cash Advances on Cat tea cessisnaed ta them foe
tale. Apply at 47 Front Row, ap stairs.
sep2T-tf WM. K. HULL.
Drv Goods at Wholesale.
TUST received, direct from New Tork, on conaliTBment,
J of upwards ot $30,000 werthef seasonable Staple
Dry Goals. The goods being oa consignment, I can at.
ford and wW sell better bargains than ever wa saw red in
this city. Merchants and piasters, who wish te bay by
the piece wM find to tbeir interest to examine my Steele
before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE,
novo Auctioneer ami neai nssaie mvici .
FIFTY bets. Old Rye Whisky and Bearten, warranted
pure, In i tare and for sale by
nov27-tf No. 157 Mam street.
Laths and Shinzlcs.
B0GERT tt WITT are still making Laths, aad are al
ways prepared to sappiy the pebMcwHa the best ar
ticle at reduced orices. Tber are also making SMagtes.
and will keep a sappiy constantly on hand. Mill oa Welt
river, above the Bayou. jmy 10. -ot-iv
Lots at Private Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, unimproved lots,
121,122,126,126,103,104,131, 134. Improved Lets,
163 anil 170 being oa the plan of sabdtvttioaet Greenlaw,
Sa Si nans, Looney k Keeie. G. B. LOCKE,
Clerk's Sale of Real Estate.
William V. Aaderssn, 1 Ex- Parte peutiea to sett neat
Adm'r of Thos. 3. simp- aaie.
. deM and others. In Circuit Cosrt of Shelby Co.
PURSUANT to a Decree of the Circuit Coast of Shelby
rnntv. rendered oa the 23d day of Jaaaary. ISfiT, la
the abate cause, I will, en the first MONDAY, being the
2d day of March next, sn front ot the Coast Hoase deer ta
Raleigh, Tennessee, preoeeu ta aia m u uca. waw,
at public auction,
2065 ACRES OF LAND,
Ijlng in the 11th Surveyor's District ef Shelby Cannty,
in Range 6, Sections 1 and 2, oa the seath sate ef Wolf
river, being tbe same Land of which Thenus S. StapsoB,
deCd, seized and possessed.
Terms One-halt cash; tbe restdee on a eeedtt ef six
months, with bond and security for the deferred payment .
Wm. K. PostOS, Att'y forPeMUeatr.
Corner Main and Jackson-sts.,
THIS well known Hotel, ha vlngcbanged hands,
and been therou2hlr repaired, and provided wtth
new Fnrnltarf, is now open fr the acssramotia
tian Af ttnard era and Travelers.
Th public may rest assund that every exertion wilt
be made on tbe part of the Proprietor to reader this
House second to none In West Tennessee. Having active
and attentive strvants, and a table always furnished with,
the best the country afibrds, he connMentiy relies .upon
giving entire satisfaction to all who may favor Mm with;
their patronage. WM. K. BENNETT,
Jan8-d!waw3m a-revii?"" . .
g3" Enquirer espy.
Life-S'ize, in Oil Colors. .
w jp n e
HAS opened his STUDIO la Clark's Marble Baadtair,
where he will be pleased to see those tbat wish to
employ his pencil.
3T Portraits also rInted from Daguerreotypes and
JOHN 0UBBINS Is my aatberlied ageat darts; my
Jia22-dlw THOMAS CUBBINS.
Regular Memphis and White
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