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THE DAILY APPEAL
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1S57.
'Dr. Hamilton, of Nashville, Tenn,
wiV preach at BrownsriHe sect Sabbath.
CSThe Kev. Sylvanus Lanijrum, Bap-
OH JlIBlBtrCX .Kasvu, Miicwii v w r-
ef tbe first Ei plii t Church In oar city.
fK5 Oar old friend. J. M. Patrick, let o" a
4HW 814 Sales of cotttn yesterday at an arerage price of
The Appeal Office was complimented
wttjiaserestaefc tart night. We appreciate me compu'
1 - . .
'Rev. Huh Quikk, of Miisissihpi. will
pnetenla theBeal street Haptitt Church .very Sunday
aaratag at 1N o'clock, and at night during his star in
Eniscorjal services will be held on San
sky next, ia the ram of the Toang Men's Christian As
I position, ever Ir. Hunt's China store, 331 Majn street,
at 11 eteclr, a m., and 7 r. M.
ES"The Commissioners appointed to sell
Mm Hf4tjil grounds, are respectfully requested to meet
it 4 'deck p. M.. at the oeuntlBt-reem ef J. D. WlL
Owit Corresposdenxe. The reader will find
la nr edamns an tat resting letter from Jackson, Mies
aad see from Washtegton ctly. To-morrow we will pub
Meha letter frem Kansas, watch Is crowded est this
Splendid Guns. Messrs. Lownes, Orcill
k o., the wen koewa importers of thti city, hare recent
ly received a superior artistes ot English suns, of all
lies and weight. Their assortment is larse and they are
prepared is salt aH tastes. Call and see these guns, and
ledge for yeartelve of their quality.
Members Returning. Colonel Robert S.
Greek, the Senator ia the Mississippi Legislature from
Marshall coiaty, passed through the city yesterday on his
way fiom Jaeksan, tbe Legislature hiring adjourned on
Mseday last. Welfare from Man that ths blH to appar-
tioa the rearesentatleB to the sereral counties failed In
tie Hease, after it had pa'sed the Senate.
g?" Miss Kate Tatlor takes a benefit at
tae Tmeatre on aieaaay axgai, w rcaru a sew wu
win he areeeated. Miss Tatlor has labored hard in
her aeotessioa siaec her senrn In ear city, and has co
trttrnted ETeatty to the eajoymtst of these who rislt the
Theatre. She is deserving of a benefit, and wtth others.
we eaa bat hat she will hare a coed bouse.
Encourage Home Industry, Messrs. Hu
BER &. WikkelmAns, ob Main street, hare sfieeed op
aesMssatshop aad nill iacresss their f acuities according
1 the patrowge the pablic mar give. They having been
reared with the bosiaees. are esaadent they caunet be ex-
efl.4hr aay work hroaght to this market. See their
eard la another column.
Submarine Cable. We learn that the sub
BartaecaMe purchased by Mr. Moktoomert for the Cal
roaad Hiekraaa Hae, was shipped en hoard the steamer T.
C. TaiekeM ea Tharsday evening, at KewOrleans. This
bi will arrive here en IToeJay evening, aad the cable
wsa be hid oa WedeeMay. We may expect to haTe tel
egraphic esamaaicatiu with Cairo next Thursday ereu
lag, as the liae is bow completed.
Spiritualism. Mr. Warren Chase deliv-
ectd a leetare oa Spintaaitsia, last evening, at Odd-Fel-hi'
Hall, aad though the aadleace was not large, Mr
C. had the satisfaction ef addressing persons of lntelll
gsace. Be is a flaeat speaker, and from the marked at
teoWon paid him by those present, we are satisfied, if he
Bde bo csarerts, he caused sereral persons who hare no
t attfc is spiritaallsm, to pesder aaes his remarks.
'EAt a regular meeting of Independent
Fire.OaMpmy ya. 1, held at their Hall last erenins, the
CoxstMctiMof theMerapais FireAssociatien,asfraBied
by deierates from the di&rent Companies, was adopUd,
aad Messrs. Fred. Baxter, A. WoouRnrr, H. II.
Patstes, Sam. Fsev, and G. R. Vasforsex were
appoinied ddesates to represent the Company at the
iseeliac to h ltesd nxt Wednesday Bight.
It is to be hoped the "4't" and "6's" wiB send
deisgates, and thns the whoie Fire Departmeat ef Mem
pais be lamented.-
Distribution or Fine Jewelry and Fan
ct 6euM- We yesterday dropped in at Col. G. B.
Locke's aad were astonished at the lars amount ot
Koeds atsswsed of at low prices. Each parcbaser gets a
tieket aad draws seffiethlag as there are no Uanti. Seme
of the tacky ones hare drawn diamond pies, watches and
ehates, which Mr. Harris hands ever with as moeb
grate as if he received the quid pre quoi. Mr. JoiiX
Mosby, a well known and popafar St. Loais aeetioneer,
does the agreeable each night ia the way ot soiling goods,
aad we tarKe the pabiic to drop in and Judge for them
selves of his capability, aad the raise of the goods which
hepnCers tor tale.
3?"Last niht the Theatre was densely
eaoweed, it betag the occasion ef Miss Mitchell's cem
jdsai i ill i J beseat. On this ereatng, a new pty, entl
tsd O-ur il&gfil," wrtttea by Mr. G. C. Brydos, a
member of the site Company, expressly for Miss Mitch
ell, will be presented for the first Ime. jlnf Sony and
CYeopefrc, aad KcXtj U'Shiel will also be played. This
is tee las ereatag ef Miss IIitchellU engagemeat in
oar city. She coma iBces a engagement at Chicago on
the 23d sast. We learn, however, that the has consented
to TeiaaiB in oar city a few days looker, and will appear
oa Taecday ereaisg next, at Mr. Ash's beBefit.
A Model Subscriber. We yesterday re
ceived the foUowin; tetter, tbroagh eeeof oar commission
raerchan's. Iron a tabserlber in Mississippi. Its tenor is
ssch as to iaspire ss with the hope that aH oar subscri
bers win altimate'y appreciate properly the mstlres
which hare prompted ss t adept the cash system :
"Toe wtn pirate call at the Appeal office and pay
them the tu'oscriation price ef their weekly papsr for one
rar, tor me. Toe eaa fay to them that their "cash sys
tem" meet with my hearty appreral, and that I think
that aay Democrat who weald ohpsct to It esgfat to leare
she parts', for I aaderstasd that Deoscrats beilere ia
specie piytag basks, leitUfaste dealing, and cash paying
Toa.-'. troly, M. K. P.
Fire Association. The No. " 3's" aid No.
6'sM heed a meeting at their recpectire halls oa Thars
day evHs. te take late csastderstlca the constitution
fOTBMda few days lace by delegstes from the different
fJimriTilT- The Ko. " 3 V adopted the ceastjtntton by
a testtBtEBoee rate aad selected the feUewiug gentle
saeaiMegates to represent them at the meeting to be
held acxt Wtdeesday Bight, at the hall of Indepenent
FreGctsecay Ko. 1. I. K. Hixele, Tnos. MuAdam,
Lewis augs, W. w. Davidson and W. J. Whitsitt.
TbeXo. ' 6V' did net come to any cendnslon, and post
poned aay anal action in the matter until next Monday
f5"We received on yesterday from Mr. A.
T. Lavallette, a pamphlet with the following title
"Theiniocis Central RaHraed Company offers for sail
ever 2,038 ,690 acres silected wood ltsds, in tracts ef for
trieni a-d mwards. to salt purchasers, on long credits
aad lew rat-s of interest, siteattd n each side ot their
EaBrood. extending all the way fresn the extreme isrui
ta the Scatfa of the State ef Illinois.'
These lands, we aoderstand, are valuable, and those
who desire making investments we refer to Mr. Laval
lette. Wc have not had time to peruse the pamphlet,
bat la a hasty glance orer its psges we find last It
treats -pas mattes s pertatfrtBg to tee land owned by the
toeapurta the State of IBiaols and the adranta.es
which wM aecre to those who -sake purchases.
Receipts or Cotton at Kew Orleans. The
receipts at this pert since 1st September, says the Kew
Orleans Price Current of the 31st nit., (exdasive of the
arrivals frost Mobile, Flori-a and Texas,) are 1,615,305
bales, against -S-,695 bales to same date last year ; and
the Increase in the receipts at all the ports, up to the
latest dates, as compared wtth last year, Is 35,931 bales
In the exports from the United States to foreign ceuc
tries, as eompand with the same dates last year, there is
a deaease ot 212,700 bales to Great Britain, t7,7EJ to
France sad 41,186 to other foreign ports.
Summary or Cotton. The Kew Orleans .Price Ctir-
re-nf, of the 31st bK., girts the total receipts of Cotton
at al the ports tieee Septembe- 1st, 1E55, amounting to
1,931.398 bales, against 1,693, 6 te time date last year;
an Increase of 35,91 bales. The total exports to foreign
parts art,SJ3 bales, agiinst 1,155,606 to same date
. - last year ; decrease this year 333,668 bales. Total exports
t,Xerthern ports 66,747 bales, against S50,72t to same
date last year; iecrease tbts year 107,923. Stock onhand
aad an shipboard at all the ports 795,533, against 6S2,3S5
,to same date last year; increase this year, 216,163 bales
Meeting of the Hoard of xmstees of LaGranje
x emaie college.
At a meeting ot this body, held ia the oface of W. A,
Tamer, In the town of LsGrange, on Tuesday, February
3d, 1857, MaJ. Edward Winston, President, &o..
TJpen motion, the President's ppoin ted Messrs. Chas. W.
Hent, Thos. A. Harris and W. A- Tamer, a committee to
draft reseintlons upon the death ot our late President,
D. B. Johnson, and report the same to the Board. They
reported the fel'owlng resolutions, which were read and
Whereas. It has pleased an All-wise Proridence, In
the dispensation of Ills wisdom, to remove from ourmii'st
ear rawest esteemed and tared friend, D. B. Johtson, late
PreeWeat of the LaG range Female CoHrze,
Rttettei, 1. That we deeply lament bis death, and most
sincerely sympatl lie with his family in their sad bertare-
2. That la his death we hare lost a worthy friend, and
an accoasalished gentleman and scholar; soCety ene ot its
brightest e-naments, and the Institution an able and most
. 3. That we w ar abadge of raournlrz thirty days, as a
' token of high regard and esteem of this Board of Trus
4. That the proceedings ot this meeting be published in
the Memphis papers, and a copy of the same be famished
his family by this body.
EDWARD WIKSTOK, PretUent .
TV. A. Turner, Secretary Board of Tnutee.
By Rer. X. J. WlHiams, near Hernando, on the itix day
tof IFebruary, 1857, Mr. Samuel R. McAlexaxder, of
, .Marshall coanty. Miss., and MUs Xliza J, Clifton, of
,aXGio county, .hiss.
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MEMPHIS.
ARRIVAL OF TEE STEAMER BALTIC.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
Cot-ton. TJnch tvxs god.
Kew Tore, February 6. The steamer Baltic hat ar
rived. Cot tin, slightly firmer In feeing, but Quotations
show no change. Middling Orleans 7S'. Sales for three
days, 18,000 bales, Consols unchanged. Wheat declined
l2d. Com unchanged. Provisions unchanged. Flour
Brown, Shipley & Co., cuote only a moderate business
doing In Cotton. Market steady. Middling Mobile 7J.
Fair Uplands, 7 7-16.
Richardson, Epense & Co. quote Middling Mobile 79-16,
Mark't closed firm.
Maxwell & Bros, quote superior Ohio Floor at 3?33c.
Crop acccant gloomy.
James McHeary &. Co. quote Poik unchanged; Bacon
dull; Lard actlre. Manchester trade quiet. Consols de
Sugar, good business dolEg. Coffee firm, unsettled.
PetiUcal news net worth telegraphing.
Prirale letters recelTed by steamer are usfaTorable.
Letters dtted Wednesdsy, quote prices In favor of buyers.
Sales 6,000 bales. Lard dull.
The Baltic is detained below by ice and fog. Her mails
hare nat been rereired.
Wasiukotox, February 5. Thefost Oface Commit
tee has derided to report a bill In relation to foreign mail
contracts prorsilBt that they shall bs glren to the lowest
bldler; and that Collins' steamers shall be taken at their
Taloatlon, for government nse.
WAsnlsoTOS, Ftbrnary JS. In ths Senate a bill was
introdneed far the transportation ct malls from the Miss.
Is'ippirirert California. The Scott correspondence was
taken np. A Mil, regulating foreign coins, was also pre
Hotac The snbmarise telegraph bill was taken np
and discussed. Xo action was had upon it. Ths House
went into Committee of the Whole oa the tariff hill.
The Committee an Ways and Means reported f arorable In
relation to the Sesate telegraph bill.
Washisgtox, February 6. The Senate was occupied
the entire dayia ceattdertsg the private calendar list.
The House was occupied in the consideratlenof private
The sergeat at arms left for Sty Tork to-day on busi
ness connected with the corruption committee.
Mr. ShBonton has signified his willingness to answer
qeestleriS. He has not yet been recalled.
Arrlvnl of the Santa Fe Mall.
St. Locis, February 6 The Santa Fe mall arrived at
Independence to-day. Passengers report having met a
number of Ktont, oa their way to attack Bent's Fort.
Military sent to their relief.
Mr. Dodge, Indian agent was found murdered.
Mr. Wm. Claude Jones has been elected delegate to
Congress from Kew Mexico.
Hirer Mews and Markets.
Louisville, February 6. The lea Is moving heavily.
It passes ever the Falls harmlessly. Kot a single disaster
has occurred. Departed steamer Virginia.
Louisville, February 6. Tho canal and entire
wharf is gergeJ. It will require a four feet rise to carry
It off. Ice is going OTer the Falls.
St. Lodis, February S. The ice has moved since
mernlng. It Is raining now. The Ice cannot do any
St. Louis, February 6. The harbor Is dear of lco.
The river Is still cloud above town. Ko damage dene to
Louisville, February 6. The ice is coming down
immensely. The Eastern mall In a stiff was attempted
t be crossed orer, and was swept orer the Falls. It ar
rived safe below.
Several stern-wheelers cams down to-day and landed
safely at the wharf. Departed, steamer TV Ion.
Pittsburgh, February 6. One hundred and twenty
inches of lee raered en handsomely to-day.
Cixcihxati, Fcbraary 6. The riTer is rising rspidly.
Wheeling, February 6. The steamers Aricola and
Chicago were sunk to-day by coming 2ln contact with the
Cincinnati, February 6. Flour inactive; prices
drooping. Mess Perk, market unchanged In every re
spect. Lard, demand actlre, fell prices. Whisky, de
mand active, full prices, 21c
New Tore, February 5, p. m. Cotton market qulel.
Sales 1000 bales.
Xr.tr Tore, February 6. Floor firm. Wheat Ann.
Com steady. Provisions steady.
Appeal Kews Box. We have placed upon the Wharf
Boat a Kews Box, far the reception ef papers from our
friends on the river. We trust the officers of boats will
drop papers therein, for this office, and we will return
due thanks far such favors.
J3The rlrer continues to rise fast, opposite our city.
There was bo arrival from above or below yesterday, and
the only departure was the Sat t Trittie tor Napoleon.
At eight o'clock the only boat at thalandlngVas ths Joan
S3" The John Sinondt is now due from Kew Orleans.
She Is the next regular packet for the South.
3" The 1'otinj America will leare for St. Francis
rlrer next Thursday.
3" The wharf boat of Thomas & Lltchteberger, at
Mt. Vernon, Ind., was sank on Saturday week by being
store ia by the ice. Two flatboata were crushed at the
ama time. All the freight was taken on the wharf boat
without sustaining any damage. The ice was started by
the steamers James Bsird and Kale Sarchet, which were
lying there, changing their position.
J3 We copy the following from the St. Louis Republi
can, ef the 3d Inst :
Tte Steamer J. it. Convers Sunk boat and
Cargo a Total Loss. The steamer J. St. Cotvere,
one of the finest crafts on the Western waters, has sunk
ana is a total toss.
A letter from Mr. G. A. Rekheneker, Uerk ot the
bast, to a gentleman In this city, reeiTed yesterday, con
tains me i cm towing rwrticsiars of me aisaster .
It is Catrd Fairy Island. Jannary SSth. 1857. and states
that the Conrcrs sank there about 12 o'clock m., on that
day. by the lea starting and then gorging again. It broke
in ber side and opened a breach twenty or thlrty.feet in
length below the water's edge, and the boat immediately
tiled with water aad sunk to her boiler deck, on the star
board s de Her cabin has be n stripped of all the doors,
blinds, bedding aad tarniture. The ice is reported as
very thick, and no hopes were entertained ot saving the
cabin when it starttd. The officers and crew were doing
all in thtir power to save the boat. She was mass fast to
the shore bylines, and there was some hopecf saving
the hull, althoukh tha water was sixteen feet deep on the
outside. She lies straight upland down the shore, and
against It. '
The J AT. Convert was almost a new boat, being
scarcely eight months old, and was one of tha finest ot our
Missouri river steamers, xne cost over ato.uuo, ana was.
we believe, well Insured. The conrrri was owned by
uapt. u w. Bawsnan, her commander. Mr. u A.
Reicbeneker, derk, and other parties of this city, the
was bound lor this port, with a cargo from Kew Or
THE fine residence heretofore occupied by Col.
W D. Brown, near St. Agnes Institute, con
taining fire acres of ground, is for rent, fos
session glren immediately. App'y to
HAYES i. TURKAGE,
febt-d2w Comer of Washington and Miln-sts.
I HAVE 600 cords of good WOOD at the Depot of the
Memphis and Grenada Railroad, which will be sold at
me lowest uarrei pries.
few-lw II. J.jnTCK.ER.
ALL those Indebted to tha late firm ot D. U. WILDER
ic CO.. are hereby notified to call at my once, and
settle before the 1st day of March, or their claims will be
put in suit. J. G. LONSDALE, Trustee
OrriCE or the Memphis Gas Light Co., j
February 4th. 1857. (
A DIVIDEND far the last six months ot five percent.
XX. was dedaredthls day, payable to the Stockholders on
demand, at me ctfice. x jturriN,
ROOMS TO LET.
TITBS. C E. SATTEKFIELD, corner ot Madison and
1YJL feecona streets, can accommodate several famines,
also Day Boarders. ac3I-d3m
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL COJIMSSIOX MERCHANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
H. 0. BREWER & CO.,
REFER to J. T. Sou tier, Esq., President Bank of th
Republic, Kew Tork ; J. K. Sass, Esq.. Preslden
Bank of Charleston, S. C; Messrs. John Frazer & Co.
J. W. Caldwell, Esq., Charleston, S. C; Col. Wm. M.
Church well, president Bank of East Tennessee, Knox
viae; I. B. KIRTLAKD, Esq., and Messrs. FALLS a
oasu, Mempms, Tenn. sep27-m
TT7E have this day associated with us In bssiness Mr.
VV GEO. W. TROTTER, lata or SomerrlUe. Tenn. Tha
style of ourhuso will be HAKCOC'E. CLARK & CO.
We would respectfully solicit from our patrons a contin
uation of their patronage, as we will, at all times, keep a
large and well selected stock of Groceries and Produce,
wmcn we ecu cneap. uaii ana see us.
HAKC0CC & CLABX.
Memphis, Pebrnsry 1, 1B57. feb3
A.S. HANCOCK. ...R. O. CLARK.. ..GEO W. TROTTER
Late Williamson & Late Aydlett &. Late of SomerrlUe.
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
BAGGING, HOPE, BACON. LAED,
11 Kirtclri of 2ProcIxxo
KO. 16 FROKT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEKK.
MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OFFICE, (
Batubdat, February 7, 1607. J
Cotton The market continues as active as the stock
ot Cotton en hand will admit of. Prices sew paid are as
high as they have keen at any time this season. Sales
yesterday reached 1CG5 bales at fuU figures. We pubUsh
the Baltic'! advices this morning giving a firm Liver
pool Cotton market. Freights at KewJO:leans for Liver
pool were firm at our last advices from that port; but as
advance was anticipated on the opening up of navlg atlsn
We continue quotations, remarking that outside figures
are mostly taken.
Sales 11 bales at 9.' cents; 8 at 10K; 4 at 10K; 3 at
11; 101 at UK; 3 at 11 at MJij io at 11 Hi It at
11H; SO at lix; 135 at HX; 52 at 12; 103 at 12K; 61 at
UV;77at 13.S;65Sat 12MS at 12Xj S3Satl3;20at
MEMPHIS COTTON QTJ0TATI0K3.
Inferior .. I Strict Middling.!! .'12
Ordinary 91I0 I Good Uiddltng.I2Kl2K
Good ordinary.. ..iuxwiUM I atiaaung Falr..l2Sfat..
Low Middling.. ..lOKtoll i Fair (scarce). ..12Ki2)13
Middling UH'UX I
MEBIFUIS DOMESTIC 91ARKTS.
Baooino and Rorx.. ..Kentucky Bagging. KB,'.
tor Band Loo r, and 21 22 for Power Loom; Rope,
Hand Spun, ll12c, Machine Spun, 1212Hc.
FLOUa rt odi., S7W5Ss: sapercne Fanor 3S.M31
25; Extra $9 6O-3J10. Prices cf Flour are sustained by
the close of navigation. The slock is light : the demand
Wheat.. ..Sales at from 65s toil per bushel; but
Oats. ...Stock light, with limited demand; In sacks.
delivered, uraooc, ana retail sue.
levee sold at 4547c 9 bushel, sacks furnished by buyer.
and 65c, sacks furnish" nr1--
COKN.. ..Ear Corn ouKuovc. laomi 0uo70c
Powdee.... Kentucky Rifle ten keg lots and upwards.
tS 26; under ten, not less than fire kegs,$6 60; under
nrexegs, si ,a: Mining rowaer, ten xeg lots ana up
wards, $176; five keg lots and upwards, is; uncer are
kegs S3 25.
Stock market.... There is a good demand for all de
scriptions of Stock, and buyers are paying from to c
ror good beeves; 6M7 cents for bogs, ana i ooasx vo
H neaa lor sneep, accoraing to quality ana sue.
seeds. ...we quote clover at 3Htyi- t busnei: oiue
grass $2 so; timothy 31 $o; herasgrass sssoo;mus
beet. S3 60; orchard 42 60. scarce; millet seed S23S225.
scoARs....ratr iokii; Prime iixu; Choice
1212K; Clarified and Granulated 12K0HXC.
Exchange and Bank Note last.
COR. FROST ROW AND MADISON-ST.
BUYING BATES BELLINO BATES.
Kew Tork Kprem I Kew Tork 1 prem
Kew Orleans...... Kprem I Kew Orleans...... lKprem
LoclsvilleJcCln. Sprem I Louisville S. Cln. 1 prem
St. Louis Hpren I St.Loals 1 prem
Kew Orleans Mprem Kew Orleans lKprem
KortU Carolina.... S dis. I All large Upper
Miss. Mut. Ins. Co.. par. Ceuntry Xprem
American Gold..... I Kprem I Gold.. ............ 2 prem
Silver.. ...... .....lKprem I Sllrer............ 3 prem
Highest markets rates paid for Land Warrants.
Mississippi Land Scrip for sals.
DR. WM. HEWITT
WILL practice medicine, on the principle that there Is
good ia all systems, and none all sufficient. Ofnca
on Jefferson street, in the Post Office Building, second
door from the Post Office. Residence on the comer of
Hernando and Elliott streets.
Col. J. B. Stanton. K. Adams, Esq., Haywnod county.
Rer. P. B. Bland, Dr. J. B. Madln, Fayette county.
R. SomerrlUe, Esq., F. P. Maclin, Esq., Tipton county.
J. L. Webb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
EL". C. 0AY0E & SON,
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 25 Madison Street,
PARTICULAR attention will be given to all sales in the
city or country, of Kegroes, Real Estate, Merchan
dise, Furniture, Lanabcrlp, stock, &e. All sines Rent
ing and Leasing Property, etc. Storage and Consign
ments solicited from all sections.
Returning our gratef nl acknowledgments for tha rery
liberal patronage heretofore received, we now pledge eur-
sclres, having determined on making Mtmphls our per
manent home, to double our diligence if possible, and
think with twenty years experience In the trade, the last
eltren lnMemphis, wa ought to be graduates, and feel
connaeni we can gise, as we wins: wa nare aone,
Repebences A. O.piarrls fc Co., R. A. Parker, S. IT.
Lamb it Co., W. Howard, n. F. Farnsworth k Co , Geo.
Flaherty & Bro., I. B. Kirtland, R. C. Binkley, Esq., B.
Graham, Esq., Co). R. Topp, Dr. Sam. Gilbert, Mem
phis; Baldwin & Starr, K. T. Denlson & Son, W. L.
Bruce & Co., Cincinnati; Thos. T. Read, Esq., S. Cassi
dy, Louisville; Messrs. Duncan, Bawlings, B. F. Shields
St Co., Thos. B. Winston, Kew Orleans; B.M. Splceric
I WILL give $40 for the delivery of my two Boys
at my bouse, or In any Jail, so that I can get them.
They left my premises, (near Germantown,) on the
25th of January. One of them. JOHN", is about 23
years old, a low, stout, black boy, with a scar on his up-
1 I -!--!.. - v.-.. 1A ciuniri.tV.ntth.
per lip, WCIbUIU), awu. w tvuuui, ,J I w 1 . UVU.
same age, black and slim built, about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches
high, and weighs about 150 pounds, one ot his nr per front
teeth gone. When they left, they both wore the usual
Jeans and Kersey plantation suit.
Any information consenting them win oe manually
received by A R. CARTWR1GHT, or
f eb5-d3t:w4t GOOD LETT, KABEKS & CO.
MAT be had for a few gentlemen, also a good room for
a family, by applying early to
JanS-lm Corner Exchange and Third streets.
A RARE CHANCE
IS now offered to a man with a smau amount ot money,
to enlace in a profitable business, on one of the prin
cipal streets of the clly, which has a good run of custom-
For further information inquire at tneAFFEAL
office. Terms cash, or good notes.
JanJI-tf CHAS. MtJLLER.
To City & Country
WE are willing to close out the rema nderof our win
ter Goods, at extremely low prices, baring a smaU
assortment left of Blankets. Kerseys. Ltnsrys, Satlnetts.
Tweeds, Jeans, Flannels. Woolen Dress Goods, and Dark
Prints, atercnanis wisning 10 recmi. ineir siocss win
find it to their interest to eall upon us. one of our firm
has been engaged the past four weeks lnbuylng and ship
pin; a SPRING STOCK. We are particularly anxious to
make room for It.
Also on hand a heavy stock ot Osnahurgs, at manufac
turers' prices ; Brown end Blesched Sheetings ap-t Shirt
ings, cossrrr, hill x talmadge.
. FROM the subscriber, on the night of the zom
jfejr instant, six i egro men, lour or a usrx copper coior,
'7L and two ot a black color, the latter being spare
made. The four copper colored negrses are rather
low and stout! built. Their names are JOE, a black
smith, BILL, IIEKRT, CATO, MAJOR and SAM. I will
give a liberal reward for their apprehension, or sny In.
formation respecting them will he thankfully received.
K. T. BKAZLEMANN,
Jc29.dawlm Cotton Plant. Mlts.
Clerk's Sale of Real Estate in the
City of Memphis.
BY virtue of a Decree cf the Law aide of the Common
Law and Chancer Court ot the City of Memphis, at
Us November Term, 1856. in the case of R. E. Chew and
others, ex-parte, I wiU sell to the highest bidder, at pubj
lie auction, in front ef my office, nortneast corner 01
Court Square, on SATURDAT, February ltth, 1867, the
following aeaerlbea property, to wit :
Twenty-one Peet of Lot No. 192,
on Main street, In the city of Memphis.
TrfiMS One-third cash; the balance In onsandtwe
years, with lLteresttrom date.
janzo MARCUS J. WRIGHT, Clerk.
IK pu rsuance ot a Deed of Trust, executed to me by
James L. Dill and John B. mil, for the benefit of
Bradley, Wilson & Co.. dated 29th ot May, 1855, and duly
recorded in the Register's Office of the county ot Shelby
aad State of Tennessee, I will proceed to sail for cash, at
public sale, on the premises, at 11 o'clock, on TUESDAY
February 10th, 1857, ths following described I roper ty
with the improvements thereon, being tha Korth half of
certain lot fronting on the East side of Second street
serenty-'our feet three inches, running hick Eastwatdly,
and at right angles with Second street ene hundred and
forty-eight feet six leches, being that certain lot of
ground knawn and designated on plan or map of thedtj
of Memphis as lot number three hundred and flfty-sereii
upon wmcn is a aouoie three-story brick dwelling house
together with all necessary conrenlenees, &c.
me uue vo me aoove property is Indisputable, hutl
will convey only such title as is vested in me as Trustee
All right ot redemption is expressly waived by tha term,
of the Deed of Trust. w. A. JOKES,
1 HAVE six A No. 1 large young MPLES,
sjbjA wmcn i wisn to sen eimer ler cash or good pa
per, at sixty or ninety days. Al. o, two doutle
flhli ifT rr IT" and HARNESS ; license on them for
twelve months from the 23th of January. A bargain
may oa naa oy applying soon to
K. W. LEAKE.
At Stralton, MeDavltt & Co.'s Cotton Shed,
febl-2w Washington street.
Chancery Sale of Two Valuable
TiURSUANT to a Drecree of the Chancery Court at
i Memphis, rendered Kovember Term, 1856. In the
case ot Joseph Lenow ana ArcniDaia Wright, Adm'rs ol
Albert G. Underwood, aec'a, ana omars, ex-pant petition
to sell Slaves, ic, l win on
Tuesday, 24th February, 185Q,
in front ot my office. In the city of Memphis, proceed to
seu to the highest bidder for casn,
Two Valuable Negroes,
belonging tothe Estate of said A. G. Underwood, dee'd
rlx : Kegro Man (named HEKRT, a Ko. 1 Plasterer, ano
nts wire aim is, an excellent jiouse or niicnaa servant.
sale at 11 o'clock A. M.
Jan21-dawtds JOHN 0. LANIER, 0. & M,
.ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
O2xzvr-toxoci xx 1819.
CASH CAPITAL, - - - 500,000!
FrSURAKCES can be effected with its agency ;in this
place and policies Issued without delay for this old and
farorably known Company AGAINST THE DANGERS
OF FIRE on dwellings and contents; stores and merchan
dise, mills and machinery, manufactories and stock, col-
irsxs, Hem, onages. puoijf nuiiaings, oots, ca.goes ana
personal property generally; me perns of inland canga
tion; of boats, cargoes, or freights and charges on Iakas
bays, rivers, canals, railroads, or other modes of trans
portation of property in transit. All at as reasonable
rates of premiums and liberal rates as the dangers as.
turned p:rmlt for mutual safety and reliable Indemnity to
Losses equitably adjusted and promptly paid at this
Especial attention glren to the Insurance of dwelling
and contents, for a term from one to five-years.
All business transacted with dispatch and fidelity. Ap
piy to j. . ciiADWiCK, Agent at -
;anl-ly Memphis, Tenn.
A Magnificent llemedy! Sufferers from Dyspepsia,
throw off disease ! These PiUs wUl eradicate It entirely
from the system, and correct all derangements of tha
Liver nd Stomach.
Said at the manufactories, Ko. SO Maiden Lane, Kew
York and Ko.2 Strand, London; and by all druggists,
at 25c., 62KC, and $1 per pt or box.
Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative
is said to ba tha only sure and permanent cure for
b.idness and gray hair. It remores all scarf, dandruff
and scrofulous eruptions from the scalp, and in a few
days restores gray hairs to Its oripnal color and beauty.
This preparation contains no coloring matter, hut rf sus
dtates the hair by lnrigoraUng and restoring perfect
health to the scalp, thus Imparting new life and rigor to
the roots, and by them causing healthy fluid to flow into
each separate hair. LouirrHIe Timrs.
m be had of O. J. "Wood & Co., 1U Market street. St.
TI. and of druggists generady. feb5 daw2w
VFni. A. Ratchelor's Hair-Dye.
. rn ar RU3TT HAIR dyed Instantly to a
beautiful end KatoralBROWK or BLACK, without the
least Injury to hair or skin.
Fifteen Medalt aim inpurzuu navo ueeu swirecu to
-nr., a BATCHELOB. since 1839, and orer 60,000 appli
cations hare been made to the hair of his patrons of hU
famous Dye. Prejudice against eying me oair wan
kers Is unjust, as It would be against corerlng a bald
bead with a wig.
WM. A. Batcheloh's Haib-Dve produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and Is warronfea
not to injure in the least, howererlong It may be con
Made, sold or applied, (innma prirata rooms., at tne
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
CSZm.- n...in. ,.e ihe name and address upon a
stStplate engraving onfour sides of each i bottle j. of
233 Broadway, New Tork.
- For sale by S. MAKSFIELD it CO., and Druggists
AHEAD OF THE WORLD!
THE CRY IS STILL. THEY COME.
PARK & PEPjLOW,
3XE afoin Stroot,
ARE making tho finest PICTURES in the world. All
... . ... .- ..it Htmln. 1 V-,ti 9nr vnnY
we ask Is for you au w ... .
made only at the Star Gallery. JanJ-datw
SALVATION, YE AFFLICTED !
W. A. GLIDD0N,
GUTTA PERCnA TRUSS MANUFACTURER,
KO. 1 EAGAK'S BUILDINGS,
Adastf Street, opposite the Worsham House,
THANKFUL lor the extensive patronage received with
in the last four y.'ars, I am now better prepared than
eTer for fitting and curing tha worst forms of Hernial
Rupture. I can, besides, fnrnlsh, ready-made or manu
factured to order, surxuior Stockings for Varicose Veins,
instruments for Prolapi't". Shoulder Braces and Band
ages of rarious kinds. A-tlflcial Legs ana uanes mane
to order; In short, I can easily procure Instruments of
erery kind, owing to arrangements made In Kew Tork
and Philadelphia. The following certificates, among
others, speak for themselves:
v s,.Trt.r.irri.h.rebTceTtl.fy that on the 27th of
June, 1S54, 1 was fitted by WM. A. GLIDD0N with one
of his Trusses. My age leerenty-ene, and I been rup
tured for nigh flTe years. It Is row sereral months
since I hare left off wearing the Instr.unent, and so far I
hare experienced no return of the complaint. I cordially
recommend Mr. GUddon as a Truss-fitter to tho commu
nity at large, satisfied tht he underits-nds his business
MEttrius, Augnst 28, 1555.
Br the adrice of Dr. A. K. Taylor, Professor of Anato
my, Memphis Medical College, I called on Mr. WM. A.
GLIDDOK, and had a Truss made for me and applied.
My case was an Inguinal Hernia. The Instrument was
fitted in AprU, 1816, and I now consider myself perfectly
cured. My age Is thirty-four, and occupation fbat of
cistern builder. lean cordially recommend Mr. GMis-
DOK to all who have been so unfortunate as to ue inm
ed with Hernia. (Signed) CLARK BARBER,
Memphis, January 6, 1857. jann-aawti
XjOOK ! XjOOKI !
HAPPY AND GLORIOUS NEWS !
The greatest wonder of the world has at last been dis
covereda specific In disease DR. SLEDGE'S KER
VOUS TONIC, for the cure of Chills and Fever, and a pre
ventive to all grades of Fever, as well as a cure. It has
been fully tested for the last four years, and it Is now
conceded by scientific men to be one of the greatest dis
coveries known to man. This will ba disputed by thou
sands, no doubt, but It Is so. Read, look, and judge for
Fifty thousand dollart will be paid to any person who
will produce its superior. Thi Medicines can ba found in
all the Drug stores ana towns tnrougnoat iaa tuiuc
West. J. JI. SLEDGE.
Memfhis, October 3, 1858.
This is to certify that we hare been selling large quan
tities of Dr. Sledge's Celebrated Remedies, ana taxe
great pleasure In recommending them to the afflicted as
possessing remarkable properties in controlling the dis
eases for which they are recommended, and we bare no
hesitancy in giving our testimony In f aror of their supe
riority orer other preparations lor tne same uiscaset, as
they seem to give universal satisfaction to aU those
who usa them.
Mansfield & Co., Druggists. Peyton & Harbin, Druggists.
D. Johnson, wara . jones,
Chandler it Co., " nenry Wade, "
R. Joyner & Co., " W. M. Shelton, "
HIDES! HIDES! 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 TAK-
NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the HIGHEST CASH
PRICE. GEO. PHILLER k CO.,
norl2-6ra 73 Front Row.
W. E. MILTON,
26 Madison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
Exchange and Note Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of all
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
SHIPPING.RECEIYING AND DISCHARGING
irvr. jh it o DEr s. isr t,
AND STEAMBOAT AGENT ,
NO. 3 BASK AVESVE,
WILL attend faithfully to all business entrusted to his
THE ONLY MEDAL AWARDED
BT the Kew York Exhibition to tha English or foreign
Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst numer
ous competitors, by LEA & PERRIKS, for their
whereby further testimony Is afforded ot lta being the
best Sauce extant.
The celebrity ot this Sauce has extended to every Quar
ter ot the globe, and Its efficacy In promoting the general
health Is becoming daily more observed and acknowledged
In the United States It Is held to be the most agreeable
condiment, and Is esteemed tor Its tenlc and Invigora
ting properties, Its habitual use enabling tha stomach to
digest the food.
On the Continent of Europe, these qualities have been
testified to by a gentleman, who writes to LEA & PER
RIKS thus: "I hare carried a bottle of your Worces
tershlre Sauce In a tour I hare Just completed through
Spain and Portugal, and believe I owe my present state of
health to Its use; your Sauce Is stomachic, and I think
medicinal. I cln with truth say there is nothing In a
traveler's baggage so essential to his comfort, at least In
these countries, as y.nr sauce. "
In India, also, where it is found at tha mess of erery
regiment, a medical gentleman writes tram Madras to
his brother in the same profession at Worcester, In the
following terms: ''Tell LEA &. PERRIKS that their
Sauce Is highly approved In India, and that It is, in my
opinion, tha most palatable as well as tha most whole-
seme sauce made."
This Sauce is suitable for erery rariety of dish, and the
universal demand which Its excellence has created has
led to many Imitations being offered to the pahUc, under
a variety of names, but the genuine may be known, by
the names ot "LEA a. PERKINS" being impressed npon
the patent metallic capsules, or patent glass stopper of
the bottle, as well as the labels ana wrapper.
Sole Agents for the United States,
JOHN DUKCAK & SONS,
ap!2-ly 405 Broadway. Kew Tork.
Xxxa.ioxrtAX3.-t to Fomalos
DR. CHBESEMAN'S PILLS.
THE combinations of Ingredients In these Pins are tha
result ot a long and extensive practice. They are
mild In their operation, and certain In correcting all Ir
regularities, painful mens truat ion, removing all obstruc
tions, wBcincr irom coin or otnerwise, neaaacne, pain in
tha side, palpitation of the heart, disturbed sleep, which
always arise from Interruption of nature. They can be
successfully used as a prerentir. These Pills should
nerer be taken In pregnancy, ax they would he sure to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely regetable, and
free from anything Injurious to llf a or health. Explicit
auctions, wmcn snouia De read, accompany each box.
ran i. x or saie m jtempnis ny
s. Mansfield & co,
G. D. JOHNSON,
WARB i. JflKCS.
O" Sent by man by enclosing $1 to Dr. CORNELIUS
t. uuEsasaan, no. in uroaaway, Kew Tork.
AND for sale low to the trade
20 hhds. Brown Sugar;
100 sacks Rio Coffee;
15 bales Dundee Bagging :
100 half colls Rape.
DorjdHERrr 4 axdlett,
bsxS U Front Row,
ITS THREE GREAT REAUTIES.
FIRST They are more brilliant, and will never fade.
SECOND Tbey can be taken equally asweU, If not
better. In cloudy as dear weather.
THIRD There can be given to the impression on the
Japaned surface an artistic effect and finish that cannot
be produced on any other surface known to tho Photo
Remember! ThatW. H.'DeSHOKQ, 181 Main street,
has the exclusive right of the city cf Memphis for the
Healo makes Amhrotypes, Daguerreotypes, Flouro-
types, celereotypes, Tlthneotypes, Photographs, etc. as
HORSES FOR SALE.
ffv-v- PAIR of young trentle CARRIAGE HORSES,
2ajpurchasad in Baltimore list summer, for sale on
time, if application be mada soon, inquire at
HOLLAND'S Stable. Jan27-it
Htm tint? Implements,
A LL KIKD3 We ti.ve Just added to our previously
J.X. large sioci ol mcse goons.
J an! 6 J. E. MERRIMAK It CO.
aw uuiiuss fauua.
"T7ARI0US brands, from the test Extra to Superfine,
V ror saie cy a. mekkill,
oct28 Mirn street.
OK Lauderdale stret t. outside the corporation.
NINE ACRES OF LAND, which has been oc
cupied for years by a Gardener. On tha prem.
ises is a small dwelling, containing fonr rooms
ana casement. There Is a good cistern near the house,
Trere Is also a good orchard, and a fine grape arbor. Ap
ply immediately to
Jan22-tf JOHN CANNOVAK.
OK the night of 25th December, a small ches-
nut sorreu mule, four, years old, marked with
the collar, in good order, had one shoe on before.
had a rope on his nesk when he left. Any in
formation left at Cayce's stable, or to myself, two miles
Korth of Memphis, will be thankfully received, and all
trouble liberally rewarded.
JanlS-dawtf VT. DONALDSON.
SHELRY MALE HIGH SCHOOL,
KEAR GERMANTOWN, TENK.
THE sixth session of this School will commence on
MONDAT, February 9th, 1857. The expenses per
session, including Tuition and Board, are $65 to $70.
For farther partlcultrs, address
A. M. RAFTER, Principal.
J. R. Evaxs, A. B., Assistant. JanSS-dswlm
BYUALIA FEMALE INSTITUTE,
BYHALIA, MARSHALL CO., MISS.
TnB next Session will begin MONDAT, 2d day of Feb
ruary, 1857, and continue twenty-one weeks.
Ancient Classics, (extra.)
Modern Languages each, (extra,)
Musicon Piano or Guitar
Use of Instrument
Payment one-half In advance, and tha balance when
the session is half ont. Pnpi:s are charged only from
the time of entrance to the close ot the session.
The Course of Study Is thorough and extensive, embra
cing all the branches usually taught In the best Female
The Teachers are faithful, experienced and well quali
fied. Arrangements hare been made to supply tha Insti
tution with a complete set of Philosophical Apparatus.
For additional information, address the undersigned.
Jan3I-lm P. J. ECKLES, President.
Classical and Mathematical School,
A SCHOOL of the character abore Indicated will be
opened In this place on the 9th of February, 1857.
The course of instruction will be the same as that pursued
at the University cf Virginia, and adapted to the prepa
ration ot youth for the University, or tha business pur
suits ot life. The different branches that will be taught
in this School are:
English Language and Literature;
Moral Philosophy and Ethics;
Mathematics and Katnral Science;
Greek Language and Literature;
Latin Language and Literatute;
Mcdern Languages and Literature.
Ha vine attended the Lectures in the Literary and Sci
entific Departments of the University of Virginia; ob
tained the degree at Bachelor of Arts, and been several
years engaged In teaching, I flatter myself with the hope
that I will be ab.e to give general satisfaction in ths dif
ferent branches which I profess to teach. As regards
qualifications, moral character, and standing, I can refer
to the Professors ot tne university, ana to tne citizens of
Charlottesville, Va., from whom I hare ample testimo
nials. Terms. $10 per sessien of fire months, payable inva
riably in advance. Ko deduction made except In case of
For further particulars, see printed circulars, or can on
me, at the Commercial Hotel.
janSO JOHN E. JONE3, A. B.
HAVING qualified at December Term, 1866, of the
County Court cf Fayette'county, Tenn., as Adminis
tratrix ot the estate of the late John W. Bond, deceased,
I hereby notify all persons baring claims atalnst said
Estate to present them for payment within the time pre
scribed by law, and all thoee indebted to said Estate to
come forward and make immediate payment.
Jan27-dawlm MARY F. BOND, Administratrix.
THE co-partnership heretofore existing between Drs.
K. P. WATSON it A. L. KIMBRO, has been dis-
solved by mutual consent. Dr. Klmbro settles ths old
N. B. Dr. KIMBRO will continue business at the old
office, on Union street. Jan21-daw3m
Pianos, Pianos I
A run superior instruments, ircm
1 best makers, fully warranted, at
GEO. FLAHERTY CL BBO3,
Jan25 Corner Main and Unlon-sts.
Fine Parlor and Chamber Setts,
WITH a general assortment of Furniture, at
Jan25 GEO. FLAHERTY & BRO.'S.
Sasli, Stairs, Ranisters,
AND a thousand and one useful articles, too tedious
to mention, can be had at
UKU FLAIIEKTr CL J1KO '3,
Corner Main and Union streets, Memphis, Tenn.
PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSE.
Factors, "t.l3co IKTotico.
THE undersigned having leased the spacious Cotton
lY'arehcwse. corner of Monroe ami Third streets.
lately occupied by Messrs. Chapman & Co., are prepared
to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and Merchandise
generally, upon faTorable terms.
feb3-6m w. rt. uu..M at lu.
A BEAUTIFUL Cottage, with six rooms, in
the corporate limits, with one and a talf acres
of Land. Apply to
W. C. ANDERSON,
Janl3-lw 215 Main street.
BRADY & DAVIES.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Mam Street, Louisville, liy.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope, Bag
ging, Jeans, Linseys, cc. Jan23-ly
SEVEN THOUSAKD DOLLARS of Arkansas Swamp
Land Scrip, old Issue) for sale at PAR.
l;D3 is. jj. tuii. .11.
A LL persons Indebted to us either by note or account
Xx. will come forward and
settle, as longer indulgence
cannot be given.
POPE & BROTHERS.
235 Main-st., Memphis, Tenn.
Drugs JDrugs :
Ward & Jones,
229 MAIK STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
KEUP constantly on hand a rery heary stock of goods
in their line of trade
Country dealers, physicians, and others wiu una it to
their Interest to purchase ot then ratier than from
Korthern or Eastern cities.
The rapid increase of trade In Memphis demands of ns
to compete with other larger cities. We are determined
to do it
53Kone but punctual men or cash customers need
e1 BAGS Rio Coffee ; 10 tierces Rice ;
ejU 25 bbls. Mackerel;
200 den Garret's Snufr Bottles and Papers ;
SO bigs B. W. Flour;
200 drums Figs; 25 boxes Raisins;
15 cases Sardines;
100 bbls. Potatoes;
lOOdosen nostetter's Bitters;
25 casks London Porter ;
25 boxes Maccaronl and Vermicilla ;
25 boxes Claret; 25 doz White Wine;
100 doien Bed Cords ; 25 do Brooms ;
25 boxes Garden Seeds.
Also, Oranges, Lemons. Figs, Balslnf. Tea, Tobacco,
Sugar, Molasses, &c. For sala by
J. i . i KAHh.,
J an20 Ko. 35 Front Row.
J. C. JACOBI & CO..
(Ko. 323 Main, bet. Union and Gayoio-sts.,)
Importers and Manufacturers of
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGAES KM TOBACCO.
10KSTAKTLT on hand, a large assortment ot the most
j tivorite brands, at moderate prices.
A Desirable Rusiness House for
THE House I now occupy will be rented toa
good tenant, on early application to
J. W. MCCRAW,
JaaS-tf 295 Main-st., one door south ot Monroe.
THE undersigned having purchased the Mam
moth Livery Stable formerly owned by Messrs.
M. C.OATCE fc SON, are now prepared to
attena to any cosiness in tneir line, .persons
wishing to board their horses, by the month, week or day.
can sa accommeaatea dv calling at tne above namea place.
Proters and the traveling public are respectfully Invited
ta call, at we have ample room to accommodate all.
Board per mouth $15 00
" ' Week 5 00
' " Day 1 25
Single Feed 50
fet3-dlm J. H. ATKINSON SOK.
I OFFER my Residence, on Alabama street,
nearly osposlte Mr. Beatty's. Lot fronting 75
feet, ana running back 172 feet. Good new
House, with four rooms, good cistern and gar-
Also, Lot In South Memphis, on H tiling street, fronting
08 feet 4 tncnes, ana running user isu reel.
i Alio, ISO .acres unimproved Land In Tippah county.
For terms apply at my office, on Court street.
. J. W. SANGSTZR.
K.B. A bargain win ba given la exchange for No
groei. . JaaSS-lm
DR. 'EKKER attends exclusively to Surgical Diseases,
suss as PUes, Fistulas In Ano, Strictures, Stone In
Bladder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, Polypus, Diseased
Bones and Joints, Determines from Burns, Hair-Lip,
Contracted Tendons from loss of Lips, Cheek, Kose, Eye
lids, &c. Closed Jaws from Salivation, and aU other die.
eases and deformities requiring Surgical aid.
"TV R. FENKER also attends Wall Diseases of the Eye
jls ana far, ana is preparea to uoara .ratients from a
X3T Office on Main street, In Walker's Building, rest
uence on uoun street. sepu-atwawiyins
DR. JOHNSON'S INFIRMARY,
TOR DISEASES Or THE
EYE AND EAR,
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c.
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East or Commercial Hotel,
mayzraaw .TiK.iiruis, iE.fl.
CANDEE, MIX & CO.,
eXrtaxuxvary- lest, 1857.
TK offering our card to the public we tender our ac-
X knowledges cuts, for the rery libera patronage extend
ed us during the past year, and promise for the future to
furnish our customers the LARGEST, CHEAPEST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK O" onnns ,n ,ha sthem
Our Senior partner win be constantly In the Eastern
market, and will keep us fully supplied with erery destra-
Die styie or
Staple end Pancy Dry Goods, &c
We are Agents for some ot the best brands of DO
MESTICS, OSKABORGS, buz., which we offer at Factory
CANDEE, MIX Sc. CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS & SHOES,
MILLINERY GOODS, &C,
Jan3-daw3m 225 MAIK-ST., MEMPHIS, TEKK.
fJOK fiflfi WORTH of new and seasonable
&iJJJ CLOTHING and FDRKISH1KG
UOODS, at actual cott for cath,
Owing to a change in our business, we offer at actual
cost for cath and cath only, our entire stock ot Clothing
and Furnishing Goods. As the business must be closed
up, and to do so the stock must be sold, persens is want
of Goods in our line, will find It ts their advantage to
gtre us a call. KELLER & JOHNSON,
Ko. 3 Clark's Marble Block,
Janl-3m 272 Main street.
13" Enquirer copy three months.
TEN CIGAR-MAKERS can find employment at J. C.
JACOBI i CO.'S Manufactory. Apply Immediate
ly at Ko 323 Main street. Jan27-lw
I HATE three HOCSES and LOTS to rent far
tha present year, situated in the Northeastern
part ot the city, n what Is known as Winches
ter Avenue, it being the property upon which I
now live. For a more particular description, and for
dosing the contract of rent, call on MaJer William Rut
in, at the Gas OSce. BOB PRICE.
NEW CASH STORE.
ST. I: TATLOR,
164 Main-st., opp. Worsham Honse,
PLANTATION, STAPLE AND FAKCTi
Men's and Touth's Clothing,
Hats, Shoes, tte., Jtc,
Saddlery, Guns, Rifles, Cutlery,
Boys' Double Guns, Fine Tobacco and Tea,
)LOW for cash
To Consumers or Dealer.
Profitable and Honorable Employment
FOR THE WINTER.
PERSONS In town or country in search of empkyment
as a source ot income, or to fill up their leisure hours,
may hear ot such by enclosing two stamps, to pay post
age, to Professor J AMES T.UOB5E, BOX KO. 4,rol .sew
Tork Pot office. The employment is fitted to either sex
station In life Immaterial. It Is an article of daily
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 ii Won.
Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Madison street, bettceen Main and Front Row,
OPPOSITE THE CITIZEKS' BANK, MEMPHIS, TENK.,
RESPRCTFTJLLT announces to his friends and the
public in general that he has permanently located
himself at the above stana, wnere ne may constantly ce
found, ready to give attention to those who nay favor
him with their patronage. I will always haTe cn hand
a splendid assortment ot rarious Improves spectacles,
also a rariety of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, ic. Re-
pslring done in erery branch of tho business at short
notice, and warranted. janll-dtwawiy
JUST rece red, a splendid assortment of rarious kinds
of Improved SPECTACLES,
Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Madison Street, between Main and Front Row,
Opposite Citizens' Bank, Memphis, Term.
These celebrated Glasses are groud on the exatt prin
ciple of Spherical Accuracy, of a concivo-coivex mirror
form, admirably adapted to the organ of sight, can be
used to pursue tne mcst minute r-aptoymeni, cimer dt i
day or -udle light, with perfect ease to the eye, and
never causes mat graainegsotti.e new, or paiarm sen
sit len In the eyes, that many experience in using the
common Spectacles, bat strengthen and improve the
sight, as will ba seen frarn the following testimonials:
From Hon. A. Johnton, Gov. of Tenn.
Mr C.MniLEF Sir: Having fully tested tha merits
of your Improved Spectacles, I do not hesitate to say
that they excel any I have ever trivd, and find the pecu
liar manner In which they arsground, obviates the pain
I have frequently experienced in uslr g other spectacles.
Fror Dr. Barton, of A'eto Orieant.
Knoxtille, Tesv., June2Stb, 1S5S.
Mr. fl Mcleer. Optician Dear Sir: The glasses you
hare prepared for me exceed In distinctness and brilliancy
of rlslon any I bare erer used. The principle of a focus
accommodated to erery motion ot tne eye, is inrainatne,
as it prevents fatliue to the organ, and does not impair
vision. The beautiful transparency of the glass, wtth Its
great hardness, gives a durability which is Invaluable to
those having a constant demand for them.
These Improvements arerecommenaauana for their use
highly meriting public patronage.
very respectf ally, your ooeoient servant,
G. n. BARTON, M. D., of K. 0.
front Hen. A. McClelland, Es-XIenber of Congress,
Mr. 0. mcixer Sir; I find your glasses to be far su
perior to those In common use. A. McCLhLLAN D.
From Hon. IF. H. Humphrey!, Judge of the Federal
I have tried Mr. Muller's spectacles. I consider them
altogether superior to the spectacles commonly used.
From Saml. R. Rodgert, Senator from Knoz and Roane
counties, j tnnesste.
Mr. C. Mcixer Sir: I take great pleasure In stating
the public that I am using your Improved Spectacles with
perfect satisfaction, both by daylight and candlelight. 1
consider them a valuable Improvement.
SAM. it. RUIXiKBH.
G. H. Kyle, Jackson, Tenn.
Thomas Gamewell, Jackson, Tenn.
Hon. John Read, " "
V. B. Woodfolk, M. D., Cotton Grore, Tenn.
W.W. Hawkins, Brownsville, Tenn.
Wm. C. Bruce. M. D., " "
Mayor A. M. Shaw, Somervllle, Tenn.
Wm. H. Polndexter, "
The Ssedacle Lees In common use. terms coubIe con
vex, hare but one focus, and that being In the centre, ad
mits of a perfect rision only through tha centre. Now as
the eves. In retting from side to sHe. depart from this
point, It Is affected by the distortions Incident, and occa
sions In weak eyes fatigue and pain, ana in strong ryee
a more frequent change of glass for those of higher power,
than Is caused by tha simple flattening of the eye by age ;
or, to use the language of many, they make the eye grow
nlrfrr. Cur.h the class be attached to the eye, so as to
move with It, or the head be made to turn and aecommo
ri.tn the aieht. while the eyes remain fixed, ths double
ennvRlena would not be so objectlonsble. But as neither
of these plans could be rery well accompllthed, an easier
method to remedy tnis important orirenBiuuimciig
construe: ed helps to the defective human rision Is deslra
w. This end it obtained In these glasses, which, baring
not only central focus, but, for all practical purposes, one
throughout, the objection abore named Is obviated, as they
will enable the wearer to perceive objects at every angle
of rision, with all the carrectness ot tne natural neauuy
. - . letlltl.wClH
A SITUATION as Book Keeper or as Clerk fh a Hotel,
or any situation where a young man. by constant
attention to and interest In the business ot his employer,
will enable tbe latter to pile up tha dimes, and at tha
same time give the former a chance to make a smal' a
rery small pile for himself. Address D. S. BURTON,
thrnnch the Post Office, or Inquire at the Memphis Fe
male College, Adams street. References can be given. It
SACKS choice Irish Potatoes In store and for
BOTD St ANDERSON.
MEMPHIS INSURANCE COMPANY,
T. "w. Wilkinson, Pres.; .Ben may, sec
orncE ox jErrnuoir street.
E. 0. Walkxb, Sam. Xosbt,
Q. 0. ATKISSOlf, 1. W. WILKIXS05,
w. B. Gbxexlaw, T. H. Aixrs,
J. J. RAWLIUQI.
TCIFTEEN Thousand pounds Goshen Butter In store and
n for sals by
BOV27-U BOTH k ANDERSON.
3ri. 33 IWX O "7" j3l. Xj
NEW DRUG STORE.
fl WE take pleasure In Informing the citizens of
eOMemphls and the public generally that we haTe re
W moredour stock at Drugs to the corner ot Main and
iS, Union streets, and will take pleasure la accommc-
u. ng all who may favor us with a call.
We are also in receipt ot & full supply or fresh and gen
uine Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, Ac.
Particular attention paid to filling of Prescriptions at
all hours ot day and night.
dec31-tt B. JOTKER & CO.
Thos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
I HATE for sale the Residence and I83K acres of land
Winging to Thomas Peters. Esq., lying on the State
Line load nd the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, 21
miles east ot Memphis, at Bray's Station The Improve
ments consists ot a Jwe ling, built is Gothic Style, 9 large
rooms and 2 small oces, with closets, store rooms, &c
Kitchen, 2 servants' rooms, cistern, well, stables and
bam. carrlige house, wagon shed, (te., &c. In short, it
Isonaot tie best Improved places in Shelby county, all
new ana m perfect oraer. iwui sell ths Improvements
and 83 K acres of land, or all together. If desirf, I win
sell theskxk ot sheep, hogs, and cattle, corn. fodJer, oats
and pork, sJaughtered and packed In tha smote house. A
bargain will be given. Apply to Thos. Peters, on the
premls'S, or to G. B. LOCKE,
dec 21 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
I OFFER tor sale, upon goud terms, the f irmer Resi
dence ot C. F. King, Esq., lying on the north side of
the new State-line road, a mile and a half east of the
city. The tract contains 11 acres, and Is Implored with
a small residence of three rooms, well and other Improve
Also, a fosr acre wood 1st, nearly opposite This tract
Is within three quaaters of a wife of a good church and
school, and is In one of the best and healthiest nelghtor
hoods in tha vicinity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE,
norll Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Piano Fortes for Sale.
I HATE in store, Just received direct
from Kew Tork. TWELVE PIAKO
FORTES, from 6 1-3 to 7 octar. of supe
rior finish1 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. Terms
mada ta suit purchasers. G. B. LOCKE,
dec-I3 tt Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
N. B. POBEST,
HEAliER. IN SluVYES,
No. ST Adams-st, Mempliis, Ten.,
HAS Just received from Korth Carolina,.,
h twenty-fire likely young negroes, to which he u3
desires to call the attention ot purchasers.
iSHewiUbein tbe regular receipt ot n?rr. -
from Korth and South Carolina erery month. His Ne
gro Depot is one of the most complete and commodious
estaMiahmefiU of the kind In the Southern country, and
his regeltrtons exact and systematic, cleanliness, neat
ness and comfort being strictly observed axd enforced.
His aim is to furnish to customers A. 1 servants rand
field hands, sound and perfect in body and mind. Ke.
groes taken on commission. as2I
Garden Seeds, Crop of 1S5G,
DIRECT from D. Landreih,forsaiebythepaper,dozen,
poead, and bushel, wholesale and retail by
janzi-dawjw winu it J u.Mia.
A Teacher Wanted.
1 1 1UE undersigned will glre $100 and boarl toaoom-
jl petent jsaptiti Laay, wno can teacn tne jsngiun lan
guage, for a term ot ten months. Only two children to
be ttught. Address, A. F. CLEAVE LAND,
Jan23-42taw SledgeriBe, Miss.
ST. AGNES FEMALE AGADEMY,
THE Spring term and Fifteenth Session will cem
meoce on MONDAT, the 2d of February.
For terms see Circulars.
Dancing at Professor's charges. Jan21dtwaw2m
FOUNDS new Feathers, fresh from the
country, for sala at
McKTNKET k CO.'S.
McKIKKET &. CO. haTe lately recelT
ed a considerable lot of fine FURNITURE
from Kew Tork and Boston, to which
they invite the attention of purchasers.
at 192 Main Street, Memphis. Janl7
BEAUTIFUL black enameled, plain and ornamental
Oak Chamber setts, Just received by
jicAi..Mir & CO.,
Janl7 192 Main street
Hallet, Davis & Co.'s Pianos.
SIA of tEosa spiesaia seven octave
Piano Fortes, received per steamer Pete
'1 fl fl Whetstone, and for sale at Boston nrices.
I " S U freight added, by
Jaal7 McKINNET fc CO.
THREE or focr good MATTRESS MAKERS wanted
Immediately. Good wages given, at
Janl7 MCKIKKET At CO.'S.
DOZEN Garrett's Snuff In bottles ;
100 dozen " " " papers ;
10 bbls " " " Madders,
Far sale by WARD & JONES.
A SITUATION as Beok-Keeper or Shipping Clerk, by a
Young Man from St. Louis. Good reference given.
Address C. H. MARTIN, P. O.
FOR SAXJB !
A FINE TONED PIANO for sale very
(cheap, as the owner wishes to ornCs. up
I housekeeping. Apply at this office.
r'STieceived, 300 bbls. Smith's superior Pittsburgh
Ale. H. H. POTTER.
declS Main-st, 3d door Korth Worsham Bouse.
JLAND AT AUCTION.
jtm OWING to the Inclemency of the weather, the
fcS3 Morrison Land, on tbe Memphis and Ohio Rail
S'jfSroid, near Mason's Depot, advertised tar the 21st
January, did net come off.
The sale will take place on WEDNESDAT, the ISth
March. Those desiring a healthy location, In a good
neighborhood, will do well to attend. Mrs. Alexander's
1163 acres of the tame survey, will be offered at the same
time, if not previously sold. Terras made known on tha
day of sale. J. B. MACLIN, Agent.
S3 Brownsville Journal and SomerrlHe Democrat copy
TWENTT Thousand Havana Cigars In stare and far
nov27-tt BO TP it ANDERSON.
JUST received and for sale by CLEAVES k GUION.
J Ivors ; A Lave Tale, In two relumes, by Miss Sewell.
Vlokt ; or The Cross and the Crown, by Miss Mcintosh.
HeneyLyle; or. Life and Existence, by the Dasghter ot
the late Oaptaln Marryatt.
Tha O'Briens aad the O'FlahTtys : A NaUesal Tale.
Papl Pane; or, Parts of a Lite else untold, by K. Parker
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee.
Tbe Quadroon; or. A Lover's Adventures In Louisiana,
br Capt. Mama Reld.
Marrylrg too Late, by George Wood.
Vera; or The War of the Peasants, and The Conscript.
The Lion cf Flanders; or the Battle ot Gohten Spurs.
Count Hare of Craenbore, Wooden Clara and tha Vil
Tbe Curse ot tbe Village, The Happiness ot being Rich,
and Blind Rosa.
The Miser, Ricketlcketack, and Tha Poor Gentleman,
Little Dorritt. By CharKs DKtens.
febl-daw CLEAVE3 k GUOIK.
New Jjlqiior Mouses
STEAMBOAT BAR STOEE.
THE subscriber begs respectfully to inform his friends
and the public generally that he has opened that
large and handsome building, Ka 3 Adams street, three
doors below the Worsham House, where wtC be found at
all times tea choicest ot bottled Brandy, Whisky. (Scotch
and Irish.) the finest French Winee. Holland Gin, Lon
don Porter, and Tounger's celebrated Scotch. Ale. Also
on hand a large stock of fine Teas, Preserves, Cigars,
Tobacco, ke. Steamboat Barkeepers are respectfully so
licited to call and examine my stock before purchasing
feb4-lm J. K. McDONALD.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
McMlxsviIXE. TENS.. January IS, 1857.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at MeMlnnrllle.
until March 10th. 1S57. for the Grading. Masonry and
3ridglngot sixty miles ot the Southwestern Railroad,
commencing at McMlnnvlIle, the Southern terminus, and
running Korth through Warren, White and Putnam
counties to Livingston, In Overtcn county.
The character ot the work ts heavy, comprising a large
amount of rock excavation, several Jieary Jobs ot bridge,
masenry and twelve hundred lineal feet of floors an
Proposals for the abore work msy be made by sections of
mile one each, or for thirty, or the whole sttty miles, in
cluding iron, tracklsylng, depot buildings, and all the
equipment necessary for operating the road when com
Plans, mans, profiles and specifications may be seen.
and all other tnformatoon obtained at the Engineer's
office after March 1st. at McMtnnvUle, or before that time
by addressing me at tha Engineer's office ot the Mobile
and Ohio Railroad, Jackson, Tenn.
feb3-dtll0mar Engineer in charge.
TO TH hi Jb-U HTiTO:
The Madison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Factory.
rriHE understlgned has taken the stand recently occU'
JL pled by Moore k Halstead, over the F-anlnt Mill of
Whlcnle.MeCullagh it Co.. and Is prepared to fill all or
ders for Sash, Doers, Blinds, Frames, Casings, Mould
ings, Mantles, Ac.
Particular attention paid to dressing and ripping Ltmv
ber, far the Carpenters and Builders.
Jan29-am it. muajiji.
mwo DRATS also two Dray Licenseswhich have eight
X and nine montbs to run. Appry to
feb4-tf UWlAb AU1JMO,!,
BAR-ROOM on Adams street, opposite Worsham House,
aa a LAGER BEER SALOON, in which they will com.
mence on Monday, the 2d of February, to give a splendid
LUNCn, (with glasg or Lager seer J at tne low raw n
fifteen cexti. Good SOUP will be served up at each
Lunch. Lunch at half-past ten o'clock A. sr.. every dST
Jan3t-dlm J. SCHWOOB k 3. MEKKMAy
Somcthins: New to Read.
TTENRT LTLE, by Emilia Karryatt, daughter of
JLL Captain Marryatt;
LENA biters, by the Author or Tempest ana sun
VIOLET; OR, THE CROSS AND THE CROWK, b-
THE QUADROON: CapL Mayne Reld's new book.
REATTN-ARniTAIS AND HIS TIMES:
RECOLLECTIONS OF A LIFE-TIME, by S. G.
PAUL FANE, by K. Parker WlUls ;
HOUSEHOLD ANGEL, by Mrs. Leslie;
OLD MOLL. " "
AURORA LEIGH, by Mrs. B'owuicg,
And other new Books, Just received by i -
GEO. PATTISOXfit CO.,
jau31 First door south of Walker's Block.
Q) v CT fXS- ?Lhave the honor to Inform the pub
i, )Sy lie that they have re-opened their
Regular Memphis and TVhite RiTer
3? ..Su OSS T .
P. MA1NGAULT, Majter J. P. BOOKER, Clerk.
U THIS fast running, freight and passen
ger packet, wiU leave Memphis for Jack-
sonport and alt Intermedute landings,
erery Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, r. at.
For freight or passage, apply oa boarder to
W. W. HODGE, Agent,
drc30-3m No. 3 Bank Avenue.
lOGG. :::::: 1837,
MOSES MCJLEL.I.ON & SUTERIOR.
James P. Smith, Master.
EEGDXAK U. S. MAIL PACKET LETS.
OK the resumption ot iKJJilwe j.
navigation a line of first Ufy&SxZs&S
class packets will com-JS&Mtg
mence their regular tries1'''
between Memphis, Cairo and Louisville, connecting at
Memphis with the New Orleans packet line, at Cairo
with the Illinois Central Railroad, and at LouisrlBe with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packet Una.
These Bjats ar- fitted up and furnished In elegant style,
with erery regard for the comfort and convenience ot
passengt rs, are officered by careful and experienced mat,
who, by strict attention to business, hope to merit tho
confidence and patronage of tbe public.
LAVALLETTE k. MORRIS, Agents. Memphis.
oc21 BENEDICT it SOK, Agents, LoulsvtHe.
Xy Eagle and Enquirer copy.
Memphis, Unite River and Napoleon
TJ. S. MATE, PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia & Concordial
STEAMER KATE r"2EE,
JOHK T. SHIRLEY, Master.... WM. T. WOOD, Clerk.
U THIS new, splendid and fast steamer,
n having been purchased for the Packet
Trade In place ot the James Laagattn,will
'continue regularly In tbe trade, fearing
Memphis erery MONDAT and FRIDAT at 2 o'clock j.
M-, punctually, connecting at Napoleon with White and
Arkansas rlrer boats, taking freight and passengers to
White rlrer at Tegular rates. Returning, leares Kapo
lean erery TUESDAT and SATURDAT, arriring at Mem
phis Sunday and Wednesday evenings.
Thanrful for former patronage, the owners hope to
merit a continuance of the tame to their new boat, pro
mising strict attention to business.
LAVALLETTE &. MORRIS, Agents.
Kotice TO SntrrERs. The Frtsbee" wm receive
freight until one .'dock oa Mondays, and daring the en
tire day Thursdays, aad until one oeleck Fridays.
MEMPHIS & iW ORLEANS
1856. ilSS 1S57.
2-e3-C33C33"3? Ttl IVJjm
rr order to accommodate tbe public, the owners and
masters of the Packets heretofore, in the trade between
the two cities have organist a Company to run a Trl
Weekl) Line af Packets between Memphis aad Kew Or
leans, under the name and style of the
Memphis and New Orleans Packet Co,
"The Boats composing tbe Line are aH ot tha first dass.
Inferior to none In the West or South, for speed, comfort
and safety. They wUI leave each place erery Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 3 o'clock r. it.
Particular attention icitl be paid to ice; business.
NEBRASKA R. Alex. Irwtn, Master.
INGOMAR L.KeDengh, '
JOHN SIMOKDS .Wm. Wrar, Master,
H. R. W. HILL. Thos. H. KeweS, "
BEN FRAN KLIN -M. G. Anders, Master.
BELFAST H. L- Church, "
Shippers and Passengers may rely oa the punctuality ot
the boats ot this Hue.
A continuance of the patrons xe hitherto extended to
tha owners of this line ts respectfully solicited.
LAVALLETTE i. MORRIS, Agents.
3 Office adjoining W. B. Btehmaad Al Co., comer
Court street and Front Row. sep3
I HAVE Jast received seose ot these ele
gant FRBKCH BOCBDOIR. PIAKOS,
from the celebrated Plan. Factory at
Erard, " at Paris and Londea, and af
ter them for sale. I keep those splendid little ORGANS,
called Seraphlne, with tram ten ta thirteen steps, and aH
the latest lmprorrments. These are knawn to be the best
Instruments far Churches, Lodges and School Reetas. AB.
Instruments sold by rae a.e warranted for five years.
Jj-Tunlngand Repairing of Pianos, Vietes, Organs,
Meiodtoas, etc., etc., dene la a wjrkmanttke m inner at
S3 I da not pretend to glre lessons act any number and.
variety of Instruments.
HENRT G. HOLLENBERG,
Jan3-tf 144 Mala sweet.
To the Patrons of the Commercial Hotel
FEELING very grateful to a liberal and generous pub
lic for their support In whatever btaoehes ot busi
ness I have been engaged here, I desire to render my ac-
knewieagments mere especially for their sspport at this
establishment, and far the quiet and geod order my guests
have enabled me to preser-e In it.
The license for rt tailing spirituous Honors at the bar
having expired, It will, in df erente to the law, be closed
from and after this day. D. COCKRELL,
Janl4-tf Proprietor Commercial Hotel.
$2S REW ua.3El.33
Stop the Runaway !
at R ANA WAT from tne suoscrtoer, nrwg stx mtses
55 northwest of Hernando, Miss., a Kegro Man. Baaed
JL ALBERT. Said Albert Is between 26 and 30 yeara
otd, 5 feet S or 6 Inches high, dark cempteeted and.
quick spoken. He wore off three pairs of pants, three
coats, and carried with him two blankets. He was raised
In Halifax, Virginia, from which place he was brssght by
Forrest k. Jones, front whom I had recently bought heaa.
wilt give the above reward for his aBprehensian and cva-
finem.nt so that I can get him.
JanSO-dtvTlm F. C. GABTBSLL.
A GOOD COOH.
Tl ,rAT he had by app.ying to
Comer of Exchange aad Third streets.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
Gonorol Tm,Ti.ri .sozxt.
TTTILL attend personally to the locating of Swamp Land
W Scrip and Warrants in ths Jaeksenport and Helena
Districts, selling Land and paying Taxis.
B. Graham. Memphls.Tean.; A. S. Hsey. Little Reek;
MaJ T. Man, Mbs.i
W. M. FolweB, "
F. Lane S Co , "
H. P. CoeHdge, Helena,;
Myrtle St Moore, "
Allen Polk, '
0. W. Board, Jaricsooport;
J.Kertea kO., K. O.;
J. A. Rousseau, LaGraags,
W. E. Butts, Lawrescerffia,
Pool it Watson, Jacksoapart
DR. J BORDLKT woaW respectfully
inform his friends and the peMic that he
has a fine assortment of Artificial Teeth.
and is prepared, where the gums are sound
and free of sensitiveness, Sic, to Insert Teeth on Gold or
Silrer Plate, in twenty-tonr hours after the east Is taken.
Specimens of Teeth on Plate can ne seen at my ones.
All other operations performed as usual.
53- Office orer Winn's Saddlery Store, Whig BaiMiag,
opposite Court Square. Jaal7-lm
TAJtlsri up at my nouse, one sai uuuoa,
"3tSS-left hind foot white. Had on new saddle and
-hrMl Tnnnlrnnf E!. J B. L WINK.
Janl7-tf No. 231 Maln-at,
THE undersigned, at preent representing the house
of BREWER it CALDWELL. Kew Tori, wat maks
liberal Cash Advances on Cotton consigned to them for
sale. Apply at 47 Front Bow, up stairs.
sep27-tt wa. H. HULL.
fiver e3nnria at Wholesale.
PrST received, direct from Kew Talk, on consignment,
of upwards of $30,000 worth ot seasonable Staple
Dry Goods. The goods being on consignment, I can af
ford and win sell oetter Bargains tnaa ever wm urcivu lx.
this city. Merchants and planters, who wssrt to buy CT
the piece will find to their Interest to examine my stocJfc
before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE,
novo Auctioneer ana nm iauic ura&cr.
FIFIT bbls. Old Rye Whisky and Bourton, warranted
pure. In store and for sala by
nor27-tf Ko. 157 Main street.
Laths and Shingles.
BOGERT k WITT are still making Laths, aad area -ways
prepared to supply the public with the best ar
ticle at reduced prices. They are also making Shingles,
and will keep a supply constantly on hand. Mill en Wolf
riTer, abore the Bayon. July 18,'5e-lr
Lots at Private Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, unimproved Lots.
121,122,125,126,103,104,131, 132. Improved Lota,
189 and 170 being on the plan ot subdivision of Greenlaw,
Satarrans, Looney it Krele. G.B. LOCKE.
Clerk's Sale of Real Estate.
William V. Andersen, 1 Kx- Parte i-eimou to seu iiiai
Adm'r of Thos. S. Simp-
n dei. andothers. Sin Circuit Court of Shelby Co.
PURSUANT to a Decree of tha Circuit Court of Shelby
County, rendered oa the 22d day ot January, 1857, la
tha abore cause, I win, on the first MONDAT, being tho
"d day of March next, in front ot the Court House door ia
Ealeigh.Tennessee, proceed to sell to 'tho highest bidder.
at public auction.
2065 ACRES OF UVMJ,
lying In the 11th Surveyor's District of Shelby County,
In Range 6, sections i auuou wuu u, nuu
rirrr. being the same Land of which, Thomas S. Simpson,
dee'd, selted and possessed.
Tekxs One-half casn ; tne resiane on a creuit ci en
months, with bond and security for the deterred payment.
js. v. i. aiAnAAi,ui
Wr. E. Postos, Att'y for Petitioners.
Corner Main and Jackson-sts.,
THIS well known Hotel, baring changed hands,
and been thoroughly repaired, and provided with
new Furniture, Is now open for the aecommodi
t inn of Boarders and Trarelers.
The nubile may rest assnrtd that erery exertion will
be made on the part of the Proprietor to render tal
House second to cone la West Tennessee. Haring active
and attentive servants, and a table always furnished with
the best the country a fiords, he confidently reues.upoa
giving entire satisfaction to aUwho may favor him with,
their patronage. WM. K. BENNETT,
S3 Enqnlrer copy.
Lifc-Size, in Oil Colors.
Tfa?Z. f n If is
HAS opened his STUDIO la Clark's Marble Butldtig,
where ha will be pleased to see those that wish to
employ his pencil.
S3 Portraits also ralnted from Daguerreotypes and
JOHN CUBBINSJs my authorized stent 'dnriag 07
Jan22-dlw THOMAS CUBBINS.