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THURSDAY MORNING-.. -FEB. 19, 1857.
HOIT. W. H. POLK.
The'Colurabia. Herald advocates the nomina
tion of Hon. Wm. H. Pole, of Maury, as the
next Democratic candidate for Governor of
Maj. Pole proved himself, in the canvass of
last year for the Presidency, a bold, unflinching
and able advocate of the principles of the
partyj and were he now to receive the nomina
tion as our standard bearer, would gallantly
lead the column forward to victory.
Our own preference for Gen. Harris has al
ready been declared through these columns, but
were Maj. Pole or any other well tried Demo
crat honored with the nomination, It would be
our pleasure, as well as our duty, to render to
the chosen champion of our cause an earnest,
zealous and cordial support. From the present
Isdications, however, we entertain but little
doubt that Gen. Harris will prove himself the
choice of the Democracy for the nomination.
HOW THE CASH SYSTEH IS KECEIVED,
A respected correspondent writing from Red'
fork, Arkansas, remarks:
"I esteem your paper as the most In
teresting and valuable in the South, and
G0SSIPK3iG . I ATE E PE'OX JICAEAQ UA.
Misses. Editors: Fully persuaded that all IBS BEmsn interference.
who write do not expect that any permanent The following, received per steamer CahaiB
advantage may or can reiult to a. majority of t't New York, Is the detailed accouuc of the
those to whose notice their productions may be Br1lsh interference with the recruiting service
brought often meagre an they are in thought ror general Walker, at Greytown :
and rJiimatrflni! lnalemtnt in tvle nrmUslon I On.&e'morrtirtrr of the 16th of Januarv. while
is asked through your columns tosome're- g?S SS.'SSSSJZ
flections in regard to virions practices now readiness; others cooking, and the remainder
prevalent in toiauaiu iasmonaoie lire wnicu euuer cleaning meir arms, or lying attneir ease
has recently forcibly amsted the attenUon of "P.0".111 lumber stored between Capt. Scott's
the writer These reflections may not be with- tfftESS 5
out a local application as they are the result bearing the cross of St. George astern, and soon
of observations mads while temporarily so afterwards she was rilled with men. fhe flag
journing in several uouthem cities. The attracld the attention of those on Punta Are-
. . , ... ,. nas, and an impression prevailed that there
writer is not the person, nor is this the time, was something uLusual about to occur,
place or manner to denounce or Inveigh against The boat was watched carefully, and she
those more serious or even heinous crimes over wa8 soon seen moving towards the quarters of
which the big and gemrous heart of philan- Walker's men, with an officer at the h.jlm. A
.. ... , . , . . few minutes brought her to the qnarters, and
thropy is often made to weep, and whose uni- the officer stepping aslcre, inquired for the of-
versal though lamentable prevalence looms up ficrr in command. Col. Lockridge met him,
like a dark cloud to cast a deeper and more and was informed tha,t he, the British officer,)
sombre gloom over hi. path of life whose chief rgf
object is ine dissemination of principles of wno were stationed at Punta Arenas, that if,
morality and the amelioration of the condition tneydtsireii, trios e wno nad a right to it snould
of his race. That there is a disposition on the have the protection of Her Majesty flag, to
... . , r.. , leave where they were and go where they
part of most persons to regard themselves as pieagej 1
more faultless than those by whom they are For the purpose of informing the men of his
ordinariallv surrounds, ii a truth no trite and business, Capt. Coctburn, f who held the Com-
an oWratinn ,n fr,,ntir that it onlr ?dore's order,) asked mat the men should be
j formed into line, tnat h
! Sl 4 A. A A - 1 ti I .
requires its statement to lnsurs Its conces- municatiott to them.
Since this Pharisaical disposition is so gen
advance of either of the daily
papers. Jesides it is sound in
per. and that altogether, it was better tha.'th
had gone, as there-would be more "radons"
leftor'tho'se-whoremained. y v
The steamboattwh'lch. the " emigrant " are
getting in readiness to carry them up the San
juan, is not yet completed. Thi biacicgraiins
and carpenters, under direction of Col. Lock-
ridge, have been busy making carriages for the
cannon namsa above, and tney- are now nearly
It. in b..l?.l?(i Ti.r tSif.4h.re I fln linr!...
standing between thejJritiih Government ami
tne united States, which accounts for tne non
appearance of airAmericau man-of-war.
Since the discovery of the letters stating that
the steamship company have been sending arms
to walker, it is said tnat tne uosta Kicani
nave determined to leave Funta Arenas.
A Hew View of the Burdell Murder,
From the Xew York Herald. 10th. 1
One of our heavy contemporaries, who ha
just discovered that a murder has been commit
ted, sets up an extraordinary theory, founded
entirely on conjectures. The burden of the
argument is that the act could not have been
committed by a woman for these reasons:
'JfThis wound (by which the carotid artery
was severed) was given by a man, and a strong
and determined one; for not only is a tall
woman too short to Have eiven it. but its mm
form and position, and a trace of its grazing
the cheek, show that it was struck downward
and nearly in a right line, the thumb and fore
finger of the hand which graspd the dagger
"""6 "ii"uu3i a. Dkjie in wuicn no woman
delivers a blow, and which in this case It would
nave been, irom tne size of the Tictim impossl
ble for her successfully to adopt, rhe now
fatally wounded man having fallen, the mur
derer completed his work by a succession of
oiows, Dy two or wnicn ne succeeded In reach
ing the heart of his victim, who probably re
wiicii we wuuuus ioudu in uis armB whil
feebly endeavoring to protect himself. The
wounds in the breast and abdomen are also
such as would be given by a man. The opinion
seems to be very generally entertained that
siaooing a man tnrougn nis clothes is a very
easy matter ; but quite the contrary is the case ;
and these blows driven so vigorously and surely
uuuic, uiiuugu me cuai, waistcoat and under
clothes were Btruck by a man "
The writer cannot be well informed in the
mystery of capital crimes, or he would know
e might read the com-
The camp was alive
with iuterest, although none but Col. Lock
ridge knew the nature or Capt. Cockburn's
1, ,,;.,.,,. TV,. .11 l.n l. -i J:iT- . ,
eral, no particular good is likely to result from " t' P?""
. ... ... i - - - ,u" jj w.u iibaid vu .iucic uie jjiimsu
me only one required in this section, for its its too stern condemnation, and still less from officer stood, but were even then unable to ain
commercial news, being generally two days in I heaping a load of contumely on those in whose any satisfactory information.
New Orleans case its too frequent and glaring exercise be- T w momems- consideration, Uol.
.. , . . . . ,t . . ... Lockridge asked one hour's time, in which to
lU doctrines, comes an egregious fault; but the result to M t k. .1 "u "
am glad you have adopted the cash system, which the exercise of this disposition some- and it was granted. The Colonel then went in
Those papers that are worth the subscription times leads is deplorable an inclination to search of other officers, and while in consulta-
price will now be paid for regularly, and such elevate ourselves by the corresponding depres- uo.n w" , ,m?.K .lr aj.esty 1 officers and
as are not worth receiving, will b. permitted sion of others. True merit, Inherent worth, is JVl'i
10 llltt. ' I a I h .ivs modest because its nommor is aware I have to enrnnnter It thrtr sttmnt,A
Our correspondent is correct Tht cash I that hv inimlieionslv r.r nertinirlrtiolr thrnit. up the San Juan river, and of the number, no-
system is better for both publ sher and sub- ing forward even its just claims to recognition, ,lln "J1" ,e"imin"LIn ,r tb a',i?d rn?y-. . I
;t . .. .... .1 . . . . -I iuc uuui-a uiuc uuueu. ana UD . l.nrlfTifle. i j
scnoer, ior k enables us without pecuniary it may cause such recognition to be longer havinc rennire.l Innr Mm. t m. .n ' work eoollv. wouM hive K..n !
Joss or risk to afford the Atpeal at a cheaper withheld, or may perhaps terminate fatally to officers together than he had anticipated, was cutting the artery, knowing that death must
rate to our subscribers than the credit system such claim. This narrow-minded spirit which not ready to give a decision. Capt. Cockburn
would justify. We have enteredupor.it in right conceives its own interest promoted by preju- fonger! TneofiSaS
good earnest, and feel gratified that out friends dicing that of others, is simply pusillanimous, minutes, which was refused The riH
exhibit so laudable a disposition to sustain us. But we are taking a more general view of this then said he would allow Capt. Cockburn to I and forefinger uppermost, we do not see how it
obiectionable feature of human nature than we lelu "ls communication to tne men, and take ,-uu,u uou? "i m or woman in another
atfirst contemplated. Minor fault, are oft J
times more successfully brought to the notice Iso, and giving him to understand that it was
of those who possess them and nlaced within only because of the presence of the BriMh fleet
their power of correction by a slight reference jthe harbor that he was allowed to proceed.
,. Jf , . The emigrants were then paraded on the beach
than by a severely censorious exposition of and Capt. Cockburn, taking hia sUnd in S
mem. iiumau uaiuic, iu (uiid pudnes, is a pro-1 or iue line, read toe loiiowm
Stable and inexhaustible subject of study. To
that the deepest, deadliest blows are those in
women; and that a man who did his
result in a few minutes. Dr. Burdell also was
not a tall man, and the woman under suspicion
is over the usual height of her sex. As for the
style of delivering the blow, with the thumb
OFFICIAL YOIE OF MISSISSIPPI.
The vote of Mississippi, says the Vicksburg
for President, recently furnished a
cotemperary by the Secretary of State, stood
for Bochanak 35,692; for Fillmokk 24,044;
.Buchanan's majority 11,048.
Several weeks since ws published what we
supposed to be the cjficial vote of Mississippi.
tt i . ... .
y e suppose me statement or tne Stntintl is
intended to correct some error in the first re
Accid ext. Mr. D. IL Murrain, of this
place, was seriously wounded on lastThursd'y, I
wune in me act or alighting rrom his norse,
way. Then, because the other wounds were
deep and elective we are told they must have
been made by the hand of a man. The writer
iorgets tnat Uurdell's friend testifies that he
was physically weak and morally a coward,
that, therefore, when attacked in the dead of
night he would have laid himself open to any
viiu noi a sumcient struggle to ex
haust even the strength of a woman. The
wounds were probably made by a large knife
or cane sword, the weight of which would add
mucn to me propelling power.
A small knife or dagger would not make
wounds an inch in length. The wounds on the
co it sleeves Bhow that the knife was used some
twenty times or more, and there are several
cuts in the clothes, which cuts did not rearh
the bodv. One Of these cuts is an inch in,l
half long. These cuts show a determination
to Kin ; but not the cool arrangement of a man
who was master of the wort, it ! mnr lii--
I -. . . 1 f 1 . ... , ..I 1 ....... ..t L. UDD I,. " - " -
iue 10 omtia is always more ongnt ano smooth employ ed to protect his property, and who 1 lDe BP,te or a revengeful woman. The state
than their own. Among no class in connection I nave not been recognized as citizens of the ment " ""s writer that the body bears "exter
OFFER OF BRITISH PEOTtCTIOJf,
By Jehn K!phlntoa Kriklne, Kq., CapUln of Her lUJes
ty' Ship Orior, aod Senior OOcrr of Her Jtilnty'i
hlp asd rctelj Kmplojed on thi Couti of Central
Representation haviner been made to me
that there are at present at Punta Arenas,
among a body of armed men landed from the
notice among person of various classes the
legitimate results and practical operation of a
petty envy which they indulge toward those
who, for the time, happen to be their rivals, is
not always without instruction. This spirit is
. . . . . 1 - . . 1 f, """J - O.UJCU i
m part, no aouDt, im ouspnng or a want or American steamer TexaB, (which had been
content with one's own condition and cir-1 represented to me as emigrants waiting an op-
by a pistol going off in his pocket We under- eumstances in life aggravated by the belief, portunlty to proceed to their destination, but
Jacktonport Union, Ftb. 11
ii oLti.-iB( tax sales in Aricansas ifh irhnm She trriter ha. he.n lh, ! nnited Stalest eveal P-rifi.h ,l(
. . , . I ' ....... - -' .0 Mill . 1 y . -. . " guujIVIO 1,111
"111 UEe PUCe On Ule BeCODd JVIondaV in I anirif mnre evreaairelv nr1ntirei thin I are detainer anil fnrred In hoi- rno i
March, being the 9th day of the month. All moBe who are partly real and partly self-con- their will ; you will proceed to the place where
persons interested will take notice. stuuied oenes. A young lady imagines that "se men are at present quartered ; and having
K n... T - uci iui iiiiura duu jidici iicvct make bo o j- nuu iue umccr commanuing me
EW DIGEST or Laws. JostAn nnrrrn I i . jr , i I ... , . ,. ...
j i anviniaFpnui a mumav an wnen met are rnm. I uauv. vuu win rrnuire rrnm mm iir rr .,11
of Bradley county, has been appointed by the pared with those of another young lady, from I men under his nominal command, and in
Governor of the State of Arkansas to prepare w'hom she who compares them has been re-1 the event of your obtaiuing such a list, you
a digest of the Statutes of the State am? Hon cent,y eparated. lhe consequence of mis be- win ?au me men togetner an read to them
a. uigest or me aiatutes or me Mate, and Hon. ,ef , ghe wh8 fJjnki ghe f tbi. to yon " Shoald a flf
itia. i.. ATnv. nr i.irrie Kni- no I . .. . ... :. , .7 ... - ... . .
, .... ucua lemnorarv aisaavanta?e nr sucn a comnari. i in auesuon ciaim nroiection as Hritish mh.
appointed to supervise the work, when com- son, begins to tax her ingenuity to devise some j'ctsJ and their'claims appear to you to be well
pleted. 1 ruse oy wnicn me claims or ner witli whom tounaea, you win acquaint me othcer command
n . r- 1 r- ur ii 10 oe conpjrea may De seriousir leon- K iiiese men must De permitted to witn
lXAI OTCIE1T. .J:,.! f Vl,.l :..4:..J Vi. UrJnr frnm nr..l :.: . J .n,
movement has been made in Prairie county character and variety of the schemes resorted Kin the event of his acouiescence' either. e-iv
for the formation of an Agricultural Society, to for this purpose, though they argue little for these men a passage to Greytown, or take them
which seems to meet with general favor. ms P-riectabiiity or generosity of womankind, on board Her Mijrsy's ships under your com-
Steamer Sunk. We rprret to learn owtfclco CAV ocmcu1, ot luc casual i awu, iw aai, my uuiaiuu dn iueu aispo-
the steamer Mn Bell, on her downward trin I0""?: ,?l"a7Z' ?a c AIadam Ku' 8a 'Al" .u"lre-.
sunk a few miles below Chamoamole. She "V "5 Bucn employment, ttic ecUl miae aioresaw oincer resisting
had onboard about eight hundred biles of cot- 'Q'7 circuses me report mat M,,s sucn a course as i nave pointed out, you will
ton. We have not vet learned the oarticulars. "T fPO""' vainglorious pnrase ot me miwni mm mat in me nrst place no person
Camim Herald Feb. 12. i numuer 01 Se.nenlen yung ana middle-aged, wuaiever unaer ais command will be permitted
. I ... ...... .......j .,i ollUaiuuilu ....... j-.vc.il. Jn'uu IU I'lUWCCU II 11
Decided. A long-peocin" suit before thel . "'y f nut asuviue,wnomner i" c nv ot eisrwuere unui my uemanus snail
Chancer Cnnrt nF Tin..... ! T;-e. on r"""" . """""5 ' ncx- u ..cu , ..u, acco.miy, luai i win
""-''" nausuDie gaiety nave so comnletelv cantivaferf adop'. such measures to enforce lhe r r .ti f
uuu in amount, oeiween me unioLife andTrust mat mey no longer possess a volition of their British subjects as I may think best adapted to
Comnanr. and the Merrhan Tn.0 rnmB, owi but ueldas lMtant andimnlicit obedience the purpose.
of Nashville, Involve the conUngent liability " d to the pass- OIn ta.nl 4 this
of stockholders in banks, has been decided in raerous tram of admirers are'made of " sterner (Signed) JOHN E. ERSKINE
favor of the Ohio Trwst company. The Mer- stuff," and do not so readily ignore their own To James H. Cockbobj, Esq., Captain of
cnants' Trust Company gave a general guaran- wci ?lc "X magic mastery wnicn "er .ijesiy-s snip uottacK.
ty of the house of A. A. Gowek. Nephews k Xl" ,B.. e?"PPl ln" s "? nber of men at PunU Arenas
Co., of London, who became bankrupt in 1847. the fowler's netT WhmU goundleTsTeVort IS Z:
has become very generally bruitca about, to- fir fnr .h.f. h r-.,i.i-, i..i ...i. '
ether with the additional one that Miss H- You cm imagine the feeling the'reading of
as expressed the anticipation, when she takes fhe shv rr.,t.i t- r. , ,..b.u:
a contemplated trip to New Orleans, of can- line and claimed nrntertinn. Mi,. 5.
vassmg many specimens of gentlemen, among dignai.t at such interference, and others did not
whom are included many honorable limbs of very well know how to regird it. The ri-ht of
the law, and then, at the dictates of her own those who claimed it to Britihh nroiection an.
nal and internal marks of stranculaHnn."
..:c..i i ii . ... D .
nut. rcnucu oy iue reporc or me pott mortem.
When that examination took place on Wednes
day, there were not the slighlest external
traces, and the report contains no allusion to
internal evidence. Hie position that the wound
which severed the artery was given when the
vicwui was near me door is correct, and has
already been taken in these columns; but why
may not the blow have been given by a woman.
the first assaults of her confederates bavin"
proven partially unsuccessful? The writer
further concludes that the murderer left the
house, and gives as proof the slight traces or
blood on the staircase and street
forgets that three persons touched the body,
uhich was lying in a pool of blood, then ran
down stairs and out at the street door, some
for one thing and some for another, and that it
is just as probable that they left the stains
which he takes for the track of the murderers.
If they had been so cautious as to leave but
little, they would have carried prudence so far
as to have left none at all. No, once outside
the doctor's door, the clue is lost si far as phy
sical evidence is concerned. Our contemporary
further says :
The murderer's dapper and hia mne ;,f
have been thrown into a culvert, or into the
river, or destroyed. It is not impossible that
Mr. Clinton ohfected to sending thi
to the city prison, as helkwTw.the judge did not
intend nnv mirh hlncr iI.t.. 1,i -j.2rr. v. .1
had a conversation wilh-JiiJfe iSSdytb that
j - nr,---.
me vcroai statement of counsel shoald not be
deemed sufficient. SupposeUhe prisoner were
to escape, who would thenbe'responslble?
The Coroner I 'will dispatch a message to
Judge Brady, and ask If thio be bo. We will'
now proceed to business, and don't want any
Coroner to the Captain of Police This Is an
order (handing him a paper) for the committal
cJe body of John J- ckel to tbe Tombs.
The captain then retired for the purpose.of
i.un.ifi a. carnage 10 taKe air. tckel to the
The Xate Andrew Stevenson.
In the Richmond Enquirer of last Tuesday's
issue we find a long and highly interesting bio
graphical sketch of the late Audrew StevecBon,
one or Virginia's moat gifted and distinguished
ow..a. i-iuiu wis Biteicii we learn tnat lit.
Stevenson was born in 1784. and that. enn.
quently, at the time 6f his death, he was sev-
cmj-iurcc years oia. ne commenced life In
comparative poverty, as deputy to the then
clerk of the county court of Henrico. Soon
after he was admitted to the bar, and In the
practice of his profession acquired a wide and
enviable reputation for his legal acquirements
??8eIoquence as a PIeater. In the year
1809 he was elected to renrenent fhe ritv r.t
Richmond as a member of the Virginia House of
tir ue,nS lue successor or the celebrated
Wm. Wirt. Upon the burning of the Richmond
Theatre, on the night of theU6th of December,
1811, when the then Governor, Geo. W. Smith,
perished in the flames, James Barbour, who
" ojiear ot me House or Delegates,
was elevated to the nost of Gov ernnr. ami Mr
Stevenson, on the 4th of Januaty following,
n,.sici.iM oucaser in uio piace or jur. .Har
bour." Mr. Stevenson was not content (says
the njuirr) with acting entirely in a civil
capacity. His country was engaged in a war
x..vv A.4.if.. ma jjcmiubisui aiiixmiaieu
him to give his aid in that conflict. Accord
ingly, though a member of the House of Dele
gates, and its Speaker, he raised a volunteer
company of light artillery In the year 1813,
and, as its Captain, made it a most active and
efficient corps. His knowledge of militarv tac
tics, manly demeanor, and power of controlling
I - - I l , , . . . .
uicu uy auuiuniy anu oy love, enabled mm
speedily to render his company ,well drilled and
disciplined. The Legislature adjourned in the
middle of February, 1814, and "we find him,
with his company fully equipped, ""ready for
the field, active, ardent and zealous, and mus
tered into the service of the United States on
the 18th of March following.
In 1821, when ex-President Tyler, who had
been the representative from the Richmond dis
trict in the House of Representatives of the
United States, declined a re-election. Mr. Ste
venson was brought forward by his friends as a
candidate, and was elected to supply the va
cancy. Though a new member, his rennfaf ton
had preceded him, and he was immediately
placed on the important Committee of Ways
Alter having served as chairman nt
the most importaint committees for six consec
utive sessions, on the 3d of December, 1827,
Mr. Stevenson was elected Sneckerof the Hnn.e
of Representatives, in which position he con
tinued for the seven succeeding vearn fir, the
2d of June, 1834, he resigned his office. An his
valedictory he said :
Let not this moment of final separation be
poisoned and embittered br feell n.s nf nerann.
al resentment or political hostility. Let the
spirit of peace and charity shed its holy calm
around us, refreshing a.iketo the affections and
the intellect, and let us blot from our minHa
and hearts every feeling of personal or party
resentment, and separate like brethren of one
household and as the representatives of a free
and virtuous people. I have mvself noininrle.
to complain of, and no memory for them if I
had ; 1 came here to gratify no private friend
ship, to indulge in no personal hostility; and
all that I have now to ask of vou is. to in m.
tice to the motives thathave governed me. and.
when I am gone, to protect my character as the
presiding officer of the House, (which mar he
regarded, in some measure, as the property of
my country,) from all unjust and unworthy imputations."
un me ram or February, 1836. Mr. Steven
BUme thata,murderiWal'pnrr.Tnlffei? that I.ltp.:
JoriwaVlmpIIcate'd trrthe same; that hlslgu'ilty
cuuacience wouia not allow or any.peace. or
mind; that in a fit of remorse-he confessed
having committed the deed ; and that upon, his
arrest and committal to the Tombs the great
fear of suffering capital punishment took such
possession of his soul that he was Induced to
affect insanity for the purpose of escaping con
dign punishment How the affair will termi
nate it is hard to say. At all events, It is very
probable that In the course of the month Law
lor will be sent back to Great Britain, under
the extradition act, and will theie be held ac
countable for the murder he has so fully con
fessed to be the perpetrator of. A'. T. Herald.
(ST The hlghjprlce of cotton has enhanced
the value of negroes In all parts of Texas.
The 2 hive reports a sale recently made in
LaGrange, where one field hand was sold for
$1,720, and another negro man for $1,860.
fl-The Paris Smlinc! of last Friday, saysr
In the Senatorial Convention which met at
Dresden on Monday last, Henry county had 40
votes, Weakly 34 and Obion 24 two delegates
to each civil district in the counties.
- '"4 i.
D. T. ASH,
H. L. JOHNSON",
Benefit of Mr.
TUtJRSDAT, Feb. 19tb, will bs presented Jf r. It
rll'i pjpalir PIit of INOOiTAB; cr. TaeCblMof
the Wllderaeii. rnxomtr (lhe Barbarian.) Mr. Lawler:
Parthenla, ilUi E Drerlnx. DANCE, MIji J. Sinclair.
To conelud wllta the lansh'ble IrUa farce o! BBIAK
O'MSX; or, Tht Irian Mormon. Biltn O'Linn, llr. J.
3 Smith. '
Kf.To-moirow, Benefit ot Mr. KVERBTT.
CT" In tehearael, 'ThSomnimbulIt."
23" Tbe vopul.r American Trazlc JUtreu, MIm E.
LOUAJ,". U enns-d.
ADMISSION. Boi, $1; Parqutlte, $1 Sicond
Clasa, 60 centt ; Colored Gallerr, 25 ccnta.
A FAMILY HESIDENCS, with four room!,
kitchen, stable, cistern. &c. A ppij to
J. V. FrSSBLLNo. Front How,
lebl9-13t Memphis, Tenn.
O Pk BASKEM Creme de Bjuty Chainpazne Win.
II- II. POTTER. Mala atnet,
CASKS Both ic Sedrwick's London Cordial
H. n. POTTER. Main street.
Thlrd door North Wcreham How.
Si fl linn CIGARS, uut rtu euperlor.
H. U. POTTER,
RE3IOTA L REMOVAL.
jr. m ?iccii w
HAS remOTed his GENTS' FUBNISIIINQ ESTAB
LISIIMENr tn the bouse formerly ocenpird by
Mess-s. Churchill, Winston &. Co , on the corner ot Main
and Court streets, when ha Intends kerplnz at all times
a full assortment ot
tefther with a lars rtock of FINE CLOTHING, and
every article for th) Toilet. Persons in need ot any of
lhe abore (roods, will do well by cailinr at the corner be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as his goods are all fresh, and
will be sold really low forcash feblS.2
TOE STOCKHOLDERS In fha MEMPHIS INSUBANCE
COilPANT will tak notico that the .regular annual
erection for sstkx Directors for the ensuing year will b
held at the efflce of th Company, on ilONDAT, the 2d
day ct March. '
By order ot the Board.
feb!2-td BEN. MAT.S-crstary.
nOW is tt that this hsaltag medicament has taken the
place of all other In eTery Dispensary of note tbrouthost
th world? Because of It Intrinsic worth and Immense
superiority ovex all others.
Said at the manufactories, No. 80 Maldsn Lane, New
Tork, and No. 214 Strand, London; and by all druggists,
at25e.,62cand $1 per p-t or bor.
Prof. "Wood's Hair Restorative
IS said to be tbe only sure and permanent cure for
baldness and gray hair. It remotes all scarf, dandrun
and scrofulous eruptions from the scalp, and in a few
days restores gray hairs to Its orlg-nal color and beauty.
This preparstlon contains no coloring matter, but n sus
dtates the hair by inrigoraUng and restoring perfect
health to the scalp, thus Imparting new life and Tlgor to
the roots, and by them causing healthy fluid to Cow Into
each separate hair. Loutnille Timet.
To be had of O. J. Wood It Co., it Market street. St.
LonU. and ot druggist generally. fetS daw2w
AHEAD OF THE "WORLD 1
THE CRY IS STlXIi THEY COME.
PARK & PEPjLOW,
2X 3Vra.ixi. Stroot,
AJtK making tht. finest PICTURES in the world. All
we ask Irfar you all to sail and xamin them for your
selre. rilOTOGRAPIIS. LIFE-SIZED,
made only at the Star Gallery. Jan-datw
HIDES! HIKES ! HIDES!
100,000 Hides "Wanted !
FOR which we will pay th highest market price In
We also buy RACCOON, 0P0S3TJM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAR SKINS. In fact, any Skins used by TAN
NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the HIGHBST CASH
PRICE. GEO. PHILLKR & CO..
noTl2-6m 13 Front Row.
A Great Bargain in Eeal Estate.
FOR SALE, FOR CASH.
A. HOUSE and LOT on Adams street, in the
city of Mimphis. This la part of Lot No. 477, 1
uu iue ouia awe or Aoams street, and adjoiBS
tbe lot upon which th WhitemoreHanirU: im.
lot r.onts fifty leit tn Adims street and runs back 143
feet, six inches to an alley. Tte House contains four
large rooms, a ball and dining room, two good kl chens, a
wel. and cistern, a atible, wood and coal house. This is
a deeirab e resMence kit for any one wishing to purehase.
and il be SjM low for cash It is the present resldeaee
ot Mr. Daneri, and i cssisston will be girra as soon as lhe
money is paid. Tbn title is good, but the purchaser wt:
of course satisfy himself. App.y to WM. B. GRKEN
LAW or JESSE M.TATE.
Win. A. Batclielor's Hair-Dye.
GRAT, RED or RCSTT HAIR dyed Instantly to
beautiful and Natural BROWN or SLACK, without the
least Injury to hair or akin.
Fifteen Sledalt and Diploact har been awarded to
WM. A. BATCRELOB. since 1839, and orer 80,000 appli
cations hare been made to the hair of his patrons of his
famous Dy. Prejudice against dying the hair and wtls
hers Is unjust, as it would be against corerlng a bald
head with a wig.
Wif. A. BATcnrr.OK'1 Eaib-dve produces a color
not to be distinguished fn.ra nature, and Is isarrantcd
not to injur In the least, however long It may be continued.
Made, sold or applied, (in nine prtrate rooms,) at th
Wig Factory. 23J Broadway. New Tork.
Sold in all cities and towns of th United States, by
OT The Genuine has the name and address upon
iteel-ptate engraving on four sides of each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. BATOHRLOR,
2S3 BrairlwaT Ssr TnrV
CT" For sale by 3. MANSFIELD Js CO., and Druggists
itiw '3 nits.
Splendid Hosewbod and Cnoico
City Made furniture,
By Barbiere & Co., 33 Pront Bow.
TO-MORROW (Tbure day) MORNING, at 10 o'eewi.
we will sell, without leserre, the Furniture of sv
f amHy declining house-keeping, consbtlng in part of .
Fine Scrolt Spring-teat Sofa; ,
S handsome Sp-ing-seat Mahogany Chairs;
I splendid Mtrble-topReaewxMl Bureau, withMirrsr:
1 fine Zebra-wood Porta We Wardrobe ;
1 fine Mahogany Secretary and Bookcase ;
1 On-: Sprlrg-eat Mahogany Reading Chair:
I fine Spring-seat Rocking Chair;
1 elegant eight-day CI. ck ;
Fine OH Paintings, Pom-iain Vas , Lamps, Gerandelj
and B -qoet HoM-rj, B-ieks. Feather Beds, Mattrcsse.
BedsSeg. Besteads, and many other articles tageodotdef
and of fine quality.
ttB'8 J. BARBIERE fc CO.
FOUR BRICt TENEMEKTSw h.rnfrof
Cernauda and Sooth Hreetstatt BRscr Ontl
on DSoto, bsiweea Vasxu atiert aad Btna's
Arenae all two etortes Mak. wtak in
porches, la'trced aBd all new, with Ne). 1 itBfvmts
Also, small FRAME B J ILBING, on SJtk afteto, anj
some flre haodred f eet of Tidal groan oer the OTataa
et. I M fa U prepeny is jut Kl by SATORDAT. 3
23th or February, at pritt.fc, it wU be sH oa Ihd
prentlses at pabrte . Terms liberal. For any laftr
znationapiMy to A Wallacx. er
THOMAS B. CARROLL.
A. Wallace, Ans'r.
Sheriff's Sale of Land.
Br Tirtue of a vcndUiani exponas tome directed, from
tl e Honorable tc Circuit Court or Tipton county
Tennessee, I will, on M ON DAT, the 6th day of Aprjl
next, ell for cash to the highest bidder, at the Court
Uoussdoor. In the town or CoTineton. a Tract or r.irut
l'i. d upon as the property of Jame Ralph, to satisfy
SAXVATIOH", YE AFFLICTED !
W." A. GLIDDON,
GCTTA PERCHi TKUSS MANUFACTURES,
NO. I EAGAN'S BUILDINGS,
Adams Street, opposlt tbe Worsham House,
THANKFUL f r the estenslre patrensge receired with
in tte lilt four years, I am now better prepared than
ever fr fitting and curing the worst forms f HerBtal
Rupture. I can, besides, f Ornish, ready-made or manu
factured to order, superior Stockings for Varicose T-ins,
instruments for Prolapsus, Sboalder Brace and Band
ages of rarieus kinds. Artificial Legs and Haas's made
to order; In short, I can a By procure lnstnssBenls of
erery kind, owing to arrMgements made in New Tork
and Philadelphia. The fotlewiBg certificates,
others, speak fer themselves :
I, the undersigned, herebr certify that on th 27th of
80Q was nomhiated bv General Jaeknn n mln. " orderof le'ln UTor Deaklns k. Wood, bartering June, 16W, Iwaa fitted ty WM. A. GLIDDON with oae
Utertothecourtof Sr tam.. r IlT-nP North fn.m G ayron's Northst cor- ' of W Trusses. My age 1 sevtyne, and I been rup-
aff.r llI?e.co"rlorJ p'-Jauiegodwasconfirmed neronMclmjre'sIine,ontbNoriheatof Frobauth's t turel f or nlgb,fiTe years. It Is now aereral raoatha
nenes ij poles; tneece West IM pole, to Bain- "x 1 caTiyeit on wearing me instrument, and so far I
u vr experienceo no return of the- coaipUint. I cordially
after a violent partisan opposition. Ttie JJnout
Ttr nr4prvn- 1
"How well he discharr-eH th rlnti..
ister to England his correspondence with the
British government fully attests; how ably he
conducted the intercourse with that
how faithfully he protected the interests of his
own country, how much he contributed to the
good understanding between the two nations,
and promoted the public peace, the records of
both governments will amply demonstrate. No
The statement, that Roger A. Pbtoe,
late of the Richmond JEnjotrrr, would soon be
announced as one of the editors of the Charles
ton Mtrcury, has been contradicted.
estate, New Orleans, is 524.791 89. It hai SriVrii,., suffi.ci'"t to CapL Cockburn, the men
...i.u em eno:.. . , , j. - , ' . j were uiuvcu uown to iue Doat, ana tne otaers
depreciated $354,693 in four years. The total prejudicial, are once put in motion, and were further informed of the neril. th,?
to accretion as they uro- ed them, should their remain in ih.lr
..Mill : . i - a -
receipts irora tne estate last rear was SS2.626. accretion aaaea to accretion as
uubj 11.4U11V is institutes, oy ail
wno conceive themselves interested, (uhich
The citizens of Mobile are about taking
measures to erect a monument over the grave
of Major Gen. Gaikes.
Hon. I. G. Harris. The Paris Sentinel thus
speaks of our fellow-citizen, Hon. I. G. Has
"We place at our mast-head to-dav the nam
of the Hon. I. G. Harris, of Shelby, as our
vio,ciuui ui uie otaie, suoject to
decision f the State Convention.
In this section of country Gen. Harris is well
ljaK. - 1 WW
jkuuu, udTing resiaea in nenry county from
Kujuuuuj mererore, we aeem it unuecessa
ry to enter upon a lengthy detail of his politi
i.icci. 11 our cuoice, and we believ
he is the choice of the State.' and will r-it-i
the nomination in April next, which amounts
10 aa election, as tne Juiow-Nothing party can
not produce a candidate m the State able to
meet mm, and successfully defend the princi
pies mey advocate. lien. Harri ur (-;,.,.
elected to Congress from this district, both
times by overwhelming majorities. The first
race ne ran ine .Democratic majority was in
creased about five hundred; the second, over
ut tuuuanuu. xuia speaais enougn xor nis ami
ity and personal popularity. He is the man fo:
me times, arm snould receive the nomination.
Z3T The Selma (Ala.) Reporter, of the 7th
lnst., says :
William Waddill, Jr., a clerk in the Post
uiace or mis city, was arrested on an affidavit,
made by D. P. Blair, Mall Agent, on last Wed
nesday, charged with robbing the mail, and
uiuugui uciore ao. joaes, tsq. His counsel
juessri. vvnite and make, waived an eramina
uon, and ne was held to bail, in default of
wmcu ne was committed'to jail.
It may be proper for us to remark, that the
accused is not tie old citizen of this place.
Mr. Blair, the Agent, spoke in the highest
iut wouua 01 iiir. imager, tne 1'ost
Master, during the investigation, and attached
uiauic, wuateirer, 10 uiin.
BucHATAx's OaoAN. The Washington cor
respondent of the New York Pott says:
w t?wn newsPaPer, which is designated
an Mr. Buchanan's official organ, will undergo
a complete change, under the management of
-uuu Appieron, or niaine. it will be published
.....umia, Ke iae ixjnaen Timet, with a
janety of departments, for the purpose of add
ing to its interest as a. mirii3n.n.,. : 1
It is also intended to have a correspondent at
rery American legation, to insure reliable and
correct information from abroad. For the for
, j,a?ah.a JSent,ean has been suggest-
"-Tr "(,-- Hua""cauons, Oat wnose
j.unui.ai j-siuci are not considered as in bar
zaony with the incoming administration.
o-We ccpy the following from the Paris
Aniinei, or tne 13th instant :
si,? VP.PJiCa,ti0 f Co,L TPD Psident of
m. au v. xvdiiroau, judge Peotjles has
agreed to issue One Hundred Thousantf Dollars
f'.u ."k1? Bond8 "Pon his making affidavit that
auiuuni 01 uonus tne companv will
iave sufficient means to build the road from
the Northwestern Road to Paris, and by his
giving bond in Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
that the proceeds of said bonds be expended on
the construction of tbe work in the county.
By this arrangement the remaining $100,000
of bonds roted by the county will be applied to
the construction of the road from Paris to the
.Mouth of Sandy, which will give entire sat
isfaction to tbe county.
I" Thomas Lyle Nicks, who murdered
young Rose, in this vicinity In the fall of 1855.
. lu uuBg iu jticjiiuii county, on me 11 u. of
Jtlaxcb ntxtBuntnUU Democrat, lltk.
or course, well nich evervboJvO an nf th Pntrii-h f i r t
Trpu -tjr of "ucn remarks from Wheat a volunteer, and well known in New
Miss H baying any foundation in truth. York mounted the deck of a craft lyW near
---- - r 1 uy, a-iu auuresseu me "emigrants."
that he or she had an unusal penetration, an As soon as he had reached a position where
......n,.SoU.wu,tiilUU.Uu;citijoooj's ne couia ne neard, trie Ueneral called upon
?e. JC,. .rcler,stlcs? vActnKjn obedience them to remember that they were Americans,
to this belier Gen , who whether deserved- and to do nothing to sully that name. Although
ly or not has acquired some reputation for gos- they were but a handful, with the guns of a
sippiti", has dtstnictly in memory some remrk British fleet pointed towards them, they must
i -i. J". r . sianu iirm ana unyielding preferring deatb. to
which readily connrms his mind ever creadu- dishonor. The conduct of the British was an
lous of evil that she did make these very boasts outrage upon the rights of American citizens,
which rumor sava she did. Col. N .has imii.f..UhM1.i,r..t i....:
M. . , ...... 1 - " - uvutbk fcccuiii nnu mc
" tuc iimuciice ui conuuct or tne tngiisn wneneveran opportuni
r,,e,5iaoB-,n a perieci enuiitionor tyof insulting Americans offered itself. Under
puiuue.uu khowb irom utr uauguty ano mer- the plea of seekirg for British subjects, thev
cunal temperament that she is the verv ladv I ha.i aiain ,i
from whom to expect such toasts. Each of search," and when accident gave them the
the ladies to whom these gentlemen may have power, they detained and searched American
expressman opinion, of course knew nothing vessels on trie high seas. Their act that day
of the character of Miss H , which would was similar in character; but although the men
contradict, such reports, or if thev did charitr th.,. in. ,.t,..t . :
did not prompt them to vindicate the character tion to resent it successfully, they must not for-
of an absent one ; so that Miss II , from get that when the same enemy came upon New
all, or at least a majority, gets the credit of say- Orleans, crying, " Creole women and booty."
ing that which her heart never conceived much a mere handful of hardy yeomanry, under An-
less her lips uttered. drew jackson, sent the .British lion howling
All who have been busily engaged in the cir- back to his lair, with his tail between his leirs.
eolation of these reports, enior a chuckling rrh.nr. 1 Whf , c. a.h.. jij
gratification at the success of their plans, they could do again, when it became necessary
little dreaming that an avenging Nemeses may to teach England another lesson. British offi
commend to their own lips the contents of cers and British soldier were the un th.ni
that chalice which with such deliberate and that they are now. American spirit and AmerJ
sedulous care thev have brewed for another s.,n s..... ......... i i r1
This is a picture, which though not highly no American citizen need fear that the outraee
complimentary to 1 human nature, we are satis- that had just been put upon them would not be
. - ' ' . "c'1c.iu resented at me proper time, if he behaved as
I r m the rirn-itfjl latonn i f I. vr.iL I i . 1 '
w ft.,avua u aii upciuuc npnman Amriron
justice to be done to our characters or perform- With the above remarks the General descend
ances, we must not expect otners to behold e,l tmm hia t.r,t..i nn.;tt . ..e..i
. I - - - f . .1 I. Ur.irLL 1 ll .
- : ) . I. i . . . , . . " '
diuiu iue cueers irora tuose wno decided to re
he misht have had aecomnlire in th. h. I minister from this countrv was ever more nnr.
who facilitated his entrance and his conceal- ularl" the country to which he was accredited
ment; but it is not necessary to suppose this nore better sustained the simplicity of a re-
untess we enter upon the question or motives, P"6""" government, while, at the same time,
which is here avoided. But we u.-in r.m,.t. he showed an appreciation of hi noniiinn hv
that people who are nlanninrr a miml.r ii,. nnf proper respect for the custom ami fi.rm ami
advertise their hatred of their victim to all ceremonials of those with whom he associated,
their acquaintances. Whoeverthe murderer of Bu'hts sympathies, affections, and principles
llr lli.r.ll 1. I.. I. . .. . . q iltmi. .I.J h - I. . e , .-.
uuiucu is. ur is mosr. lTnnanit hm.nn. i owmuiaicu uiin iu a uniiorm ann ariienr ri
reach now. The evidence eliriteH h,r,r.: th. I fense of our Democratic institution, in .vhihit
accusation of no person ; and nearly all suspi- a JevoleJ attachment to the measures and men
cious occurrences which nromised to .rrntv int his own country, and to vindicate at all
circumstantial evidence, have been satisfacto- Polnl3 lne cause ot popular rights. On all oc-
rny explained." casions ne dispensed a liberal and kind hoapi
fow, on tne nteht of tbe mtirrier. all h tair to uis countrymen, and was ever r.a.iu
verts were stopped un. and the nier ami -ii and zealous to render them useful aeripe. with.
were full of ice ; even if the murderer had .ut distinction ot party, thus acting up to bis
n," i "ie auunair to iue river, hi mn oinu suuanon in an its relations. Mr.
menis would nave been found on the next morn- eenson'8 intercourse was of the most pleas
ing. As for advertisinr the nlan nf th. I ant and sociable character with th. .mtn.nf
tier, the people in the house, except Burdell, en of Gredt Britain, and the many honors
were very cautious. The evidence against Mrs. J. ' were DeaPel upon him proved how highlv
ppreciaieu and approve
piace 10 mention amoner
great weight seoaratelv.butn.iite nn.,,i. these that he was tendered 'the freeJom of th.
to excite 8tronir ansnicinn when tal-.n tnn.o... I city ol L.onuon.'and made an hnnnnrv m.m
and chiefly from Burdell's declarations"to his' ber.of th 'Royal Agricultural Society of Eng.
Prl.nrlo th-,t T. . ... 1 - : iu. i . I lanrt If - o
ii. . . pupie in me uouse oenaved as
bildre'. Southwest comer : thence Kurih sa .r.
West 30 poles to Lewis Th.MBit line; thencs Sobih 150 ! recemmendjllr. GlWJon as a, Truss-atter to th comdib-
potes to uatton'e line ; theaco Bast 21 pJes U Burt n'
Northeast.comer; tbeoee Booth and East to tLebecin
nine. Salo withla th hous pretcribej br Jaw.
II E NUT J JtALET.
feb2I-tt3t Sheriff or Tipton conntj-.
nltTatlafzs, satisfied UM he naJerstaiala hisbnslness
(sub-) jous g. Bosncr.
Jlmrnii, Anjoit 08, isf5.
nj the advice t Dr. A. K. Tajlor, Professor of inato-
rar. Jirmpois jieaicu cotKic, I called oa ilr. WM. A
TUEKK wi committed to tbe Jail of Tipton 1 GMDDON, and hadaTr raade (or me and applied,
coanty, oa the 5 hdjj-ot Trbrmrj. a negro raan 11 r esse was an lBEainal 11-rnia. Thfl iastrament was
nitea in Apru, IS6, and I Bow eocsWer tajwlf perfectly
earl Uy ace is thirty- foar, and ocenpaties that of
cistern bsildrr. lean c&rdUlls receraartMl llr. GLID
DON' to all who hare been to nnfrlnnate as to be (diet
ed with Hernia. (Siened) CLAKK BAUBKIt.
Memphis, Jinaary 6, 1357. JanU dawtf
who caIs hlm.'tlf BOB, and says h belongs to
' m. aruiio, or JlaJl on conntr. Sakl bir u aboai
eiehleen or nlneietn years old, flee feet flte Inches bish,
welrbins abont one handn-d and ttlrty-thre. ponnds,
copper to'or, and has a acaron hl left brra-t. and has
on a grey blanket coat and a pair of brown Jjans pants,
a buck wool bat. The owner is noticed to come forward
and proto property and par charges or he will be dealt
with as the law directs This 12th Cay Feb., 1S67
Mrtt-wSt P. Q1BS0.V. Jario Ttptonooagty.
ir rn.tr ir.aii... n Ai. 1 1 1 a.
if " lu" auu piunuer 111m. incse
are the suspicious occurrences, and not the
susuesi explanation lias been given of them.
When called upon to testify, yesterday, Mrs.
unnitignam and Mr. Eckel both declined.
" "w uiey are in some sort held as accom-
in tne year 1641. at the end of Mr. Van Tt,,.
ren's administration. Mr.Stevenaon vntnntarii
asked to be recalled, and returned tn hi rnrrn.r
uomem menmond. .bince his return frnm
England he purchased a farm in the counts n
Aioemane, and delighted himself with the
them with our eyes.
lo ner who is conscious that thouch her
claim may be humble, and actual wrong has
been done her, or justice persistently withheld
from her, there is yet one consolatory reflection:
The hocest heart that's tn tra a
Intended frand r id lie,
TJoweTerTortnne kick the ba'
lias tie some cans to smile.
Emigrants Perishing on the Plains. T)
have already referred to the fact of three traits
of Mormon emigrants to Silt Lake having been
overtaken br a snow storm on the Plain
They were met by Lieut. Kelton and Dr. Page, but had I one third your force, I would not
xon .uremic, me crossing or aweetijieid. lours respectfully,
main " emigrants for Nicaragua."
Those from Her Majesty's ship Cottack re
mained listening with seeming composure, until
tne anusion to ine Dattie or Hew Orleans
when with those who had claimed their pro
tection, they moved towards their boat.
After the excitement had partially subsided
Col. Lockridge drew up and presented the foU
lowing reply, in writing, to the communication
of (Jom. LrsKine :
Punta Arenas, January 16, 1857.
Sir: Your communication of this date has
been received. I yield to yo irdemands, because
1 Know you nave tne means or enforcing them
Water, about the 15th of December, and ac
cording to their opinion, are supposed to have
perished. Nothing has been heard of them
since, and it is greatly to be feared that the
next tiding from them will inform us that the
whole company, several hundred in number,
have perished. At the time they were met by
the officers from Fort Laramie, "they were suf
fering beyound measure ror tne want of provi
S. A. LOCKRIDGE
Aeent of Emigration for Nicaragua,
To John E. Erski.ne, H. B. M. ship Orion.
In the above was enclosed the following pro
Ponta Arenas, January 16, 1857.
Sir: Your communication of this date has
sionsandon account of the cold. They were been received, requesticg the immediate sur
err badly clothed, and in consequence of the
hardships, many of them were dying: in one
camp they buried fifteen in one day. Toe mode
of burial, since they cannot dig the frozen
ground, is to lay the bodies in heaps and
pile over them willows and heaps of stones.
Gov. Briehim Youne-. learsin? something nt
.!..! . .
meir concuion, oispatcned some men and pro-
ti.inn. lit.!. 1 : . 1 1 1 1 .
render of such British subjects as may be found
at tnis emigrant Depot, accompanied by a
threat to enforce your orders unless complied
with, in answer, I have to say that your offi
cers snail be allowed to take buck subjects as
they may find, at tbe same time reserving to
mvself. as tbe Emigrant Aeent for the Repub
lic of Nicaragua, the right to protest, as I now
visions to their relief; but these were met by solemnly do, against so high-handed an inter
tbe mail party returning to the city again, Lav- 'er'oce in the affairs of Nicaragua.
Ing been turned back by the violence of the Very respectfully,
-I il. . i , .... . .. " rc.- . t c? T Am-nmnr"
storm they encountered. "What the
turea will do, or what -will become of them, it
hard to tell. Under delusion. fh.tr irt
their homes in foreign lands; and, to satisfy a of the evening. The British Government
whim ot the Governor, undertook a journey of denounced in all quarters, and those who
..u.i.uuua ui miles, iiul iiair nrni'taiAn.rt
fitted for a trin that, even in vnnA w.ath.r i.
. -uun tuuuju, hi. aionc ai mis inciemsnt sea
I oa of the year. St. Zouu Ntvt.
rSigned. S. A- LOCKRIDGE.
To John E. Ersei.ve, H. B. M. ship Orion.
The transactions of the day were the topics
quarters, and those who bad
accepted tne protection of the neet received a
full share of indignant remark. It was finally
concluded that if they bad remained they would
bare run away on tbe first appearance of dan-
plices, it is not to be cxDected that fhpv will
pursuit of agriculture, and In the nuiet hannl,
k..i. ..-.'.. 7 ...r.J . I iu r.:i.. .i.it. 1 ri-
b..v , uui mey sato very lime wiien I u lauuf uicw
iucy were iirsc oeiore tne liirv. and hat-. Mr S .nun f rjl ..t .
i r . . . . . j -Ji ....... u.iiv.-- i ......niiawii uku at uiciiueim. nix rei
nan a wnoie week in which to prepare a state- dence in Albemarle, on the 19th of January,
ment for the public. Our Wall street cotem- of an attack of pneumonla.and was buried at
J "".m.uincii mure tuorougniy wiien cnnisconny, tne ramiiy seat of his second wife
he next attacks a subject of this kind. His He had been three times married, and had one
tt. ujr iue lacis in iue case. cuiiu uy eacu marriage,
Capron, formerly City Judge, xvlio, i is Vaid s "ETRiB0T,vc Justice.- Extraordinary
engaged by the -heirs of Burdell o tak ca ""--Some months ago we briefly alluded to
M'uJlDBham does not get Islandrenarne f ilf r ta'ea soldier at Bedloe's
erty, re-examined Mr. Blaifdell and RIr.Snn.1. l.l "amf d J?hn Law,or " a-ispicion of
crass at leneth. n,.ir te.Hmnntr vlD5 muruereoa young woman named Mary
w . . w - - vuiiiuiiij i iiinn i -i.rsx .. n . . i . -
notning or material importance, although a fru.?tto?iLiinv"
great deal of time was occupied In makin-them tn tt CLi ,f f Po,1 stal,DS;tl'at ut
say what they have said before We hZ 1 1? ars Prvlou?'y ie teacher in the
neier before heard I of . .t"f" workhouse at Rafhdrum, county Antrim, Ire-
for a corot.er'a iurv. ami if Mr n, . "," 'X ana' violated tne person of the girl alluded
examine the witnesses, whv.hn. llZZ mK.--and. tl?fn ownded her so as to avoid detec-
oner declare the session en verman,nr, U ,. Von 5. "r ? ,r.more? l?a lhe P'"' "f tbe mur-
low the counselfor the th.'ri
cross-examination. 7..T . . ui mum
The only new points evolved veferHa ,.r. u"1 "c e rearm secret, which
t ik. i..ii i . : i "nut men ne nau Kent lociced within hi hr.at
icoiiwuiijr ui a corset maser m riroad- Whil. ir,,.. t ,.. -r i. r T
way, who testifies that Mrs. Cunning, m h., ,V b Ie,1.ncarc.:raU? n. H" Tombs, Lawlor man-
eldest daughter and Mr. Eckel had a conferen;: i"'a "J wn,c.n ,ed -any to believe that
m ner piace or business, and in tbe statement 71 . """oul "unaa-
of Mr. Snodcrass that he came din tion' and had. .n J e.en rumP.slJ "P. tor the
half-past ten on the night of the Border, and I P 4?T g ,au from tbe "PT;
.:.i.i ik. i. it., i , . """.u:r ana The prisoner was examined bv some .Ur,
iiwbi.cu luai iue hey ui iue uocior'fl door wa I V ,t .l . . . 1
not outside the door, where it wa f,,nH ff men ?are " " thtlr. pi on that he was
morning. This would rro to show that the !, nsane' H?? ?aou !i Df B.enl tDe Lu"at c Asy'
was changed to the o.it.Me af.r m. Z "iV. lum on ?acKweu -s island ror medical treat-
u-3 mnmm.A. i. ...... nieot. In accordance with the opinion of the
physicians, Lawlor was sent to the institution
in question, wnere ne nas remained ever eince.
Clerk's Sale of Slave.
Jolin B. rr.-oss, Crntha rer-
sons, and Mary Persoss, nil.
n.rs, heirs or Ams Per-1
sons, deceased, ty th lr Ex-P"te Petition to seH
next trl-iKl and Gaardian.
Starky Rnl.llt. J
PURSUANT lo a decree tt tli Clreslt Cenrt t Srefty
connty. Is this canie renJrreJ n the list -ay of
January last, I will In trout of thri.ffloeof Josiat nrne.
Eq , Id the city of Mem bis, on FBI DAY, tbe 2Q.& day
of Matcanext, s-ll at pab W au:tlon tbe loUenlnz de
scribed slsre. Tlx: A.N'DERS0:., artd about serentecn
years, terms cash
II. D. L. STEWART 0 eik and Uaster.
Jons- rULLtiM. Sol for Petitioners Ietltw3t
rIMEDIAtEl.T fatiL"l M i.et fr6m (.
T B. Carroll's vntVXl win ll a INylsttUt,
on the corner of Va cT and IUre4o atmrs. wth a toi
story Haas., neary new, with all necessary tar.T -aeats,
and Bejutiially Ieatd. Th lot t HH feet dM
ALSO, at the sane tine aod steer, two Yacastt Imtf"
aijstnt K the abTe, frontiss oa HiBBda HIM sa
possUre. Term MM-third cak, r Etsoety day e. Mi
ltf.eterilyet3rsed; hjiaoco w G, 12 asHl IS motrtfcj
with, lbteres t. Ba.aace ot inaa at us. Si!eenHti tt
Fecrsary.atlOu'elocx.oa lb pre cities hebo ttst ot
the sale of Col. Camll's property.
fefc!3-tds A. WALLACE. Autfr.
GRtLAT SALE OF
FINE YOUNG MTJIiES!
WE wUl tell on THCRSDAT, Feknury 26, t
:.o. 23 iladijB ttreet, JttoapU. tktsy w.R
bruxeyovB 4IULB3. well slecl4, all ta flsv)
uriier. barioc Just ciou-el a e ibui mt w. .1.
the Vaxjo Pas., Mis Al., thirty CARTS sad HAK
SS.BWtynew. Xow is the time Ht PUatn .!
Railroad Coetractors aiwt otars, in wast si Vak Tj 3tnti.
an young and socsd Xuw look .harp I trT. Jw.rhf -or
cars, and beta tome for out r th ioky bSEbJFw
90 days ttetr. , J
ueneral Aociwoeeri ana srAEjir
J. E. IIADnCfi'S ADYERTISEilIESli
Will Alwnjs be Found In Thl Coluzaa.
PERSONS wtthins to ktMw wtt be has te r
what he may want to buy ttr aaty of bis niliisi 1.
will be sure to and It in tbe list coi.-saa, oa aScK!OK 0
PAGE. ReraetBber that, and lit- yowsetf th trossU
ot looziBZ all over tbe paper.
All basinets entrusted to rae wta be attended to aiM
fully asd with dUpatcfa. '
OUIce niadison Street, opposite TJalan Bank.
KfSURAXCE, REAL ESTATE AXD GXKBRAL
iEtua Fire and Inland Xavigrm
tiou Insurance Company,
CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS $1,0065,
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS HMJHtO,
Charter OaK L,ife Insurance Co,
CAPITAL ANB .URPLUS $mjm.
POLICIES Issued on reasonable terms. Lrr eaaT v
blyadjted and pronspcly paid.
FOR SALE Seren Acre f Land, earocrf wMk toe
f rj Trees, within half nil ot Ute ctty ItaHi, oa th
Ilersando Plank RaJ. lnaure ot
J. E. CKADW1CE, MeBtpMs LandOSMev
. Opple Hal. Rant-
of Tfctasix I
Clerk's Sale of Slaves.
Wm. ilicniag an4 Wile, Ma y
Elltabeth, Thos. Saunders,
John .launders AaronStun-l
dr, Tennessee Sauud-rs. V Er-parta Petitlen to
James B. Ssanders, ni ncrs, seU SUve for dlrisloa.
by their next friend, John 1
PURSUANT to a decree of th Circuit Court of Shelby
county, In this cause rendered on tho Jlst day of
January Int. I will U front of the Court Ilouse door, in
thetoarn of Rileuh on SATnttDAr. th. 01., .. "
March next, irll to the lilstest bidder, th rUowiod.-
r i rarr atsne. a w t .
FILLIS, astd about 23 yjars, and her children.
JULIA. " 5 "
JOE, ' 2
Teiims One-half cash, and the residue on ttrilve
months credit from day of site, with hnrut ,nd f.A ...
curity, and a lien Mtaloed tn the stares uutll the defer
red payment It made.
. w M D-L. STEWART Clerk and Master.
J. L. n. Harris. Sol's for Pa'rs. febl-w3t
LY IIOXOR OF THE ILLIJSTRTI.ITS
GRAND MILITAEY BALL!
MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 23, '57,
Ia THE WASHINGTON RIFLS COMPANT
has mad extensrre preparations to eel-bra t
j"Jv ue imu-UAi cf him whose name thrs--ber.
with a arand and mieninnt n.n
S3 nrsslnc celebrated Brass ir.l strlxf r-.n,l win
be iu attendanc.
S3" Price ot admission $1 CO. Tickets tolehad at
Capt V RI.VGWALD. WM. Mir rurt
JO. SPECnT, ISAAC StRAUSS.
A TIIUMEL. JO KELLER
P S Positlrely no Tickets sold at the door.
was commuted; out men it is not material
So far we have oniy a combination of uelr cir-
Uv;Vv,dence;Dd1rert ZlrVuTtuk al, to bX rT' M ""l City ha8
the murder home to their doors. ' S been,act,,ve " aTkinff inquiries respecting the
m rnTOi:ririiriniuTiimn.. """"" nuuu umw uiuiacii. cumessea 10
m-Wf! a correspondence was
n -- ------- nau wun tne aumonties at Jtatndrum in rela
The Coroner directed the officer to bring this tion to the afliir. The result of the investl
.uy nuiu uci mum, anu, u it were possible, gatlon goes to snow tnat a murder was com
more anxiety to see her was exhibited by the mitted about the time stated by the prisoner
auaicnc man imuo case or Kctel. who ha.l that T.awlor wjr.i t.arh.r In ,...)., ;
-lt. cl. . i - - - - uui.uuu3c at
J . . . "u.c i"C3eiuiy appeared wun the I tne lime, and moreover tnat he was nrenent at
officials, and entered the room, firm, unmoved the inquest held upon the body of the deceased
and undismayed. She did not seem in the re- These facts, together with the admissions of
motest degree to appreciate her dangerous situ- the prisoner to the authorities in this citv will
atlon. hut ia.rl at.arllltr . : : . l ni.vi.i.i. .. . .". '"
j B t ftiuuiiu luk ...lit i il .h Buiiiiu3cii. i c .1 1 1 1 1. iii nr. n.in. ..nr T.-..I. 1.
meeting the pryine gazes of the spectators with Ireland for trial. When Lawlo? was sent to
a degree of hauteur and boldness unparalleled the Lunatic Asylum he had all the anDearanr.
inner sex. fcne was -handed to her usual seat I of an insane man. He raved nieht and dar
bv her conn!, anil turning In K. t...i c , I ... t.:. v..r. n...ii i t:. . " . . .it
ber.ie7V " nim a.nd witn cool assurance clothes; in short, his conduct led all to believe
waited for the questions that she annear.rt tnl that he was aravino- ma.lmn p.
anticipate would b. propouhded to her. She violent demeanor changed, and by degrees he
was apparalled in a handsome fur cane, with became nuiet and thnntWit fill TT ViiJ ., k...
a silk dress, and in her hand she held a paper informed of the correspondence that was coin?
similar in character tn lh nn nm..j I nn r.....n t. rj, Jj it. - . . .. o
t, i T rt.i 1 . . r . r'u j "" i.unuj, me consul ror tne
Eckel. This paper beinz handed to the Ronrt. Enplish Government in thi. ..if,, .n.i .v.. tr
Mr Clinton rose, and addressing the Coroner, Government, and no doubt thinks that his atorv
said: It has been judicially determined In thi anout the murder ra r.-.u-.,! iik' j...i...i
1S.-.1 ...J!... Ik. I "il-.., ... . . , 7 ..i n.ui UUUUl ailU
"".f1"!. " cBiiKauon or me uor- misgivings ny every one who had heard or read
oner and his jury, this defendant is remanded of it. and honing
, , , , ... . . . I ' . - - o ' - - ... vuv 1IUU1ISU1I-
tn nrltnn rnartrfil 1FI n .1 mnaf hn.. k . I t, . . tl. . .rr-
m rV 7iT r C T v. , , "c nao "JCU BuuKr.Dg ne assumed an the
of which I believe she is entirely innocent. I air of a sane man. Kn n7.n inr,u j... v..
suaii, tueretore, auvise-uer to raaKe no answer now appear tnat Dr. Sanger, the physician on
to the questions that may be put to her. Blackwell's Island, has given a certificate of
The Coroner I will not take upon mvself I his sanitv. and declare him rr.,.,ir
I .:,iii . !i v-.s. -. . u..''.i. rw..w-..,
liic ic3jjuuoiu.nl. j vi Luuiuimiuj uuiu pdtiiesi iiuoi ttic zuaiauy wnicn nau apparently over
to prison as suspected parties. Iam anxious! taken him..
to preserve the bodies of these people in I From all the circumstances snrroiiri'niniT.thi
..r.t.. r v.... .it... i. ii. i l l i ji : . . . .. . 3
atc.j, a ii6 iiv wi vujebs iu wi norm, t musi CAitautuiuaiy case it 13 only lair Wapre
ALL COLORS I
ALL SIZES I "" 7
happy amd glorious hews !
The greatest vender ot tho world haa it last been dis
covereda spociae in disease DR. SLEDGE'S NER
VOUS TOXIC, for the care of Chill and PeTer, and a pre
TentlT to all grades of Ferer, as well as a cnn. It has
been rally letted tor the last tonr years, and It is now
cuacrded by scientific men in be one of the greatest dis
coveries kDowu to man. TU3 will be disputed bythun
lawl. no dooh., bat I. is so. Head, look, and Jodje for
Fifty thtmtand doliart will be psM to any person who
win prednce its superior. 1 hi Medicines can be found in
aM the Drag Stores and towns throughout the entire
West. j. n. SLEDGE.
iiEliruis. Octtber 3. 1SS8.
This is to certify that we hare been selrisg large quan
tltiaet Dr. Sledge's Cerebrated Remedies, and take
great pleasure in recorntaetMling them to the afSlcted as
possesstos remarkable prcpertie in ceatrottiag the dis
eases for which tbey are recommended, and we have no
hesitaBcy in giving onr testimony in favor of their supe
riority over other preparations ror the same dbeaset, as
they seeta to give universal tatisfactioa to at: tbo.e
who nsc them.
ilansfleld i Co., Drsggists. Peyton JtHarMn, Dragglsts.
G D. Johnson, " Ward Jr. Jones, "
Chandler & Co., lInryWde. "
R. Joyner & Co., " W. It. Stwlten,
THE OX1LV MEDAL. AWAKDSD
CT the Xcw York Exhibition to. th English or foreign
Sance itanuf actnrer has been obtained, amongst numer
ous competitors, by LEA &. PERKINS, for their
whereby farther testimony Is acorded of tt tMng the
best Sauce extant.
The celebrity of this Sauoa has extended to every quar
ter of the Elofce, and ita eCcacy in promoting: tbe truer. t
health Is becoming daily more observed and aeknowMced.
In the United States it Is hetd to be the most agrveabM
condiment, and Is esteemed for Its tnlc and inv&ofa
ting properties, it habitual ru enabtuig tht stomach I
digest the food.
On the Continent of Europe, these a.uaHttet han been
testified to by a gentleman, who writes to LKA 4; PSR
RINStbns: " I have carried a bottle of ye.r Worces
tershire Since In a tour I have Jest comnMvd tbrvoxh
Spain and Portugal, and believe I owe my pratlate r
neatin to ita nsej your Since is stomachic, and I think
medicinal. I can with trula av there Is khbIix ib a
ts"e1"'1 Blgse Mntlal to his cosxfart, at least in
Books Which Should be Bead!
CifcI.t,Tlu.s for Sabbath Jfdi g. at Ettrf
Oeons Essays, XarU and XeUgMtts lr"WJ
Krmoirt, Jonmal and Corrmsoodcssae
euiie oj iru jvnn Hosaeit, 31. p.
Rfvw Chiistian and Papal, by Br De Snntets.
Th Prince of the Buose of D.tH reUttns all tacaeni.
and wonderfni incideets in tbe li of Je r yamwin.
from hi Rjpt 1 -ei in Jordan tn his CrnestxioM a Gntt 1
ry. Twmty-arth tbowoMl.
ROls from .he Fountain of Lit, kylUv Sfabatd X.M--ton,
SomBrS-M, a New Lif?, by tVwi. X. Trim.
Life of P'Uiee TaUeyranat, wttb ugtacs Mam Us
spaecne and writing.
A fresh snpnly of Th- At tack- in VttU - ev..
t the Court of l.-abeJUH
Sttto of Prime' Travel, in Enrop and th Bait.
At nowe and Abroad: ar. Thtnri irul TV. 1 -. 1-
Arai rlea and Europe
i.raei rotter, by nermaa He v ills, antlmr at 'Tsc
The DeMrintive. Dramitlc. LermlTT -
tive Power of Wil'iam Gitanoee Sinms
reoio-iw r..ra. by t'LKAVRS & SJITtOTT
Adems Street, Momphis, Tonrit,
IS now peeparrd to do all kinds of Xcblne Worktri,
Steamboat Work of eT -ry docnp Son 3tesn KMb 1,
-" "i tTTT-rr nriKu,n, ioiioa ansl vtWRyQK-
chlne'y, Gin Gearing Planing Mich inc. 1 IntajTrS 1
Puandery. CMting and Pini.hing. Slram fimgr OSftix, J
Cutiac- ot every ikscripon. heavy Wraasgbt IrnruMt
ing, Wroagbt Iron GraOmts fur Jails, fsant VanttlV I.
Ir and .swe-Walk Grate. lion Penctn; ewj JJIcrl
tion nsastt U nrder. Alo, Doom Front, Wlsstow C.
and SiUa, of varion-patterns. la a word, I nea panai.'d,
to do every deecrtptioB tf wot k in amy ba.
I have new ta shop th laUst and meet tsnnrtmd u
v. uvcim cwkik:. UAaV rMKtIW.
" " ' ' " 111
BToaeer rar agent, in Ib Lightnta: M baswiru,
abont tbe Mtk alt .between BrowaseiU H H.r-
rU- Perry. Aik.. a Pednt Accuaat Book, ccrlilntnc two
..VA W u onr order, an Xew Ottean; a (
$S4 33, drawn by Jante S nth. and the or$tVy
Branch. Person am notifted not to-traaa r r id
draft, or inlets Onr sdJres i . in ta:. Aay -torwardinz
it to n at ihu plsce (Memphis,) wU bt n-t-ably
rewarded. It U vaiB.nl to n.
8tiwJw T B. THRALL & 04
13- Utile Reck Trne DenMcmt will pleas copy t ic .
ana end bill to this ofltce. -
Keceived Tills Day, and for SaaSP
1UU 180 hot. Bxtra FaMaly Flasr ,
1W Fancy Illinois
W T ' T IUrriM' "
59'2i C Jasaata "
ggt&2J-1 L at LMd;
"JjPXJi'riew Bacva Haw ;
r6"??5' hi:f i"Wr es Oat ! l
180 Frs WeatetB Rweira Cares- ; 1
509 bag CvSbe, Rio, Lagasra, St. Jagaraod
bM Cntobtel Sneers f
15 bs Powdefea, Sognt:
M and fa holt barrel nis ;
SW bets and half bM IK iter's WWskrSt
30 kegs best Sastem XaUs
Platter Pirts, Ceanea. Lone, Snrfa aad BstiOaart
Chantaasa Wluee and ctaer. Psckars, fetS','
Sie.. Htt:tre Oysters, LsWiet. Mwav Otaafs,
Haiebes, B eons, Backets. Tab a4 eretjaaMsg klpsfln
a Grocery Ilenw. aU of wbieh we win reK, wattesatr or
retail, cheap, tn th trade.
HANCOCK, OLARK it CO..
as. IS front Row,
ALL STTLES I
ALL QUALITIES I"
A LARGE supply of Envelopes Just received from the
J.JL. Minuriclnrers, by
GEO. PATTISON St CO..
ifsln St., one door South Walker'a Block.
ATTORN KT AT IJIW, Madison, St Francis county,
'Arkansas. Will attend promptly 10 all bnIne?B In
tra ted to his care, in the following conutb-a, tc-wit :
St. Francis. Crittenden, Polnsette, Jackson, White, lion-
roe ana -rnuups reDis-wat
these cetmtries. as T.ur Sance.
In India, alio, where it is found at the mess of every
'esiiaent, a medical gentleman write from Madras to
his brother in the same profession at Werce.t-r. in tbe
following terms: '-Tell LEA t PKRRIN3 that their
Sauce lshlgbly approved In India, and that it is. In my
opinion, the most palatable aa well as the most whole
same Sauce made."
This Sauce Is suitable foreveryTariety of dtoh. and the
nnlversal demand which Its excellence has created bu
led to many Imitations beln: offered to tlw public, n ruler
a variety of names, but tbe genuine may be known by
the name or " LEA JcPERRUrs" brtr&lmnreisert nrm
tbe patent metallic capsules, or patent gl stopper of
th bottle, aa well as the labels and wrapper.
Sole Agents for the L nit td States.
JOHN DUNCAN' i. SONS,
at12-ly SOS Br-iadway. N.v Tork.
DB. CHEESETtTA'S PILLS.
THE combination, of IncredlenU is these Pais sto the
result of a long- and extensive practice. They are
mild la their operation, and certain in correeitar all ir
regularities, painful menstruation, rernovtne all obstrae-
I tkos, whether from cold or otherwise, kralacbe, pain In
ii. siue, palpitation 01 tne nean, disturbed sleep, which
alwayi arise from Interruption ol nature. They can be
1 inccessrully used as a prevntlv. Thea Pill should
never be taken in pregnancy, at they woald be sure to
I cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and
rreefromanythlng-lnjurloustollt or health. Explicit
ceviioni, wmca ssouki be read, accompany each box.
Price $ 1 . For lalo In Memphis by
3. MANSFIELD & CO
G. D milKSON,
t WAR3 & JONRS
J3-Sent by maTiby enclosing tl to Dr. CORNELICS
u. uu Bf.aEJaA, Jio. Ifl Broadway, New Tork
NOTICE TO COXTKACTORS.
ON ilONDAT and TUESDAT, the 2-1 and JJ or March
nxt. tbe undersigned will let out to comwtent Con
tractors the budding of several Er.ck Tenements on the
Cn-ersity Ground near Ortfotd, Miss.
The number and (lie ot si id nouses are not definitely
agreed on, but they will be of such character as to war
rant the attention of those who wih to undertake.
J. THOMPSOX, 1
A. n PEGDE3. Ex Committee,
febIS twawt!2S JAMES BROWN, S
DAVID EEID L. T. CABR.
RE1D & CARR,
ATTORNSTS AT LAW Will prattice in all the Courts
in this city, tn the Courts ot Shelby, Haywood and
Madison counties, and Supiems Court at Jackscn
Prompt attention given lo Fecurlnzandcollectine'fnWi-.t
leunesse, Nonh Mississippi and East Arkansas.
On? of ns ma at all times be found at our efflea In
Cnlon Block. South side Court street between M n nr-.t
and Front Row. , fehis-w
IK addition toour-lar'gesUck we have receired a 1) ot
Copenhagen Watches made to our order the flaest
Watch ever oCrrsd Ut thli marks t.
JtWlS F. H. CLARE & CO.
fllEIiiWOTYPES ! MELAIftOTlPES!
DCSHON'GS GALLERT crowded daily sreat rush for
the Melilnotype. Tbey ar nn;isn lhe Am- retype.
Daguerreotype, or Sphcrolype. T3ET WILL NEVER
B;warI Spnrious imitations ar being made black on
paper. The unwary ar liable to b Imposed upon with
thee worthless counterfeits.
None genuine unless taken ly W TX. DeSIIONG, he
having the exclusive rijht ef Memphis, for the Melain
otypePatsnt. GaHery. 131 Main s.reet, opposite th
Worsham House. ttvj
Sweet Potatoes ! Sweet Potatoes ! !
I III III "auLS b'st SWEET POTATOES for
lUu sale at the first toll-gate on the n-rntod-Plankroad.by
WE would call your attention lo oar terse and very
complete stock of." Planters' Farming Tojls and
Utensils, Tii :
Plows. American and EDjrJI-h Castitee)
Hoer. Trace Chains, Hames;
Cotton Ropefo- P,ow Llnrs.Girden Tools
Corn Shelters, Fan Mills, Straw Cutters ;
BlacksmlUx'i Tools,' kc.
lfifi BBl-S- Uarri,nS F. Flour;
1 U J 10 eatks new Hants. 18 cask ejear Sties I
israbls. Roll Batter. M bags B. W. Flonr;
10S bM. Whitsy, S casks Londoe Porter ;
SO beies Candles, 60 d z WsshboaroV;
50 boxes & da Crackers SSbblt. Pis NeC ackefs;
60 b.iX' White Wine, 59 box-s Ctaret;
60 doxea Cove O-sters, 2i easts Sardines ;
160 bag. C- fl 0 griff Garret's SanaT;
40 boxes Pie Fruit, zS boxes Pickle ;
75 boxes Ilestetter'sltilters. 36 da, firsts 1 1
25 IWs. Mackerel. 10 caws nattsad Cbeeee: .
li 0 boxes W. K Cheese, 25 boxes Gaeaea Seeds 1
SO bb's. Dexter's Whlsy, 26 hair do;
M bb- Cranberries, 10 times Rice;
3.0 drams Figs. SO boxes and half daRaisios;
Also. Oranaes, Leawas, Almonds. Pecans. rikti is.
baeca Ti, Sogar, Molasses, &c, for sale by
.... J F. FRANK,
Xo. 36 FrBt Parr.
THE cash system the best for everyeyaay-ds,wH
ourae. We have attracted seate atteatSiB Cr tk. 1
three years in the way or siUingaBeandbeatrtMal eea-:-.
We have decorated anile a Bomber in
have ref sed to par their account wbea ase. W sy
taallsuchwhepassby as, we stull send a ninnaa 1
frenithLawtaspeakawt.rd,ir their aeeMnts asaaot
settled before tbe flrt day or March. Laagtr Inilirtaiai
wi 1 net be given.
febli-lm POPE Sc. BROg.
THE undersigned having on tH st Jsnsaty laitM
sociatvd withu Mr. ROBERT BANCS, naderstt
style of MOORK, IIALSTEAD is. CO., areaaw IrarMtaT
an extensive estaMi.hmmt for the manuf actor
Ooors, Saslt, Riinds. Mould inrs.
Turning, Scroll TVorli, &c.
We have also added machinery tor drcsing' FnterloT
Wetthtr Kiarding, an.1 every description of bwaHiig as -terUl,
with all tbe 'it-t improvements asd invecttaaj
a apted t our line nf business.
Their Xetc EttaUithment is on Second tireet, IraBM
dlateiy South ot Uo:oo, and will be fully nnder warar
the 16th March nut. T
Thankful for past favors they re-peetfully seMeM a,
continuance of the same.
feblS-dawlm MOORE k ITALSXEB.
E wHI py FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS reward far
the apprehension ol the mnrtlervr ar mniirr
WM. G. TANNER, oa the evening of the 9th inst.
NORTHEAST -CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAJM
STREETS, OPPOSITE WORSHAM HOUSE,
fTATING purchased the extensive Boo and JobPrieU
11 ing establishment from Messrs. Dooley b. Sts, ami
ad ed thereto, and are still adding seeae f the- I
tet stTles or JOB TTPE. we arc now prep-red to da Plata
and Fancy Pr.ntinz or every tesuiptlon 'heaper tkan
any other estabfishraeat in the city. Oar motto is nM
nett, ehtapnett awl prowptnett If Inete three rcaitl- .
sits merit .access, we are deter mined to succeed, wl
solicit a share ot patronage. RecpectfoKy,
f-bli-d -Iw A. T NORTON'S. CO.
rttlTT 7.VX PATERS ad nttHed that the Tax Book tar
f 12" the current csrrorsteiyear; Is now suae eat, aad
will be kept at the caeeo'mhelMayoc; where aX prsoa
Interested are earnestly lavUM ta cRand settle.
rebll JOHX NEWSOM, City Tax Cor