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THE DAILY APPEAL.
WEDNESDAY.
MARCH 4, 1857.
tS-We arc Indebted to the clerks of the
steamers Bftfatt. remtfivcMa and RtpuWc for lats
New Oin and St. Loots paper.
KS"The Memphis toot over seven hundred j
. .. . ' . it te far fllBrta.
WfB.WMnwM,JJ,HUJ' -
BattsW-nraetertes.
gS"TVVrefer to the advertisement of Messrs.
Duval, Alseo it Co., in another cat-asa. These In
tereeted had bettor attead to the matter at eoce.
fS- We are Hnder oWiatioBS to Mr. Phil
lips, clerk of ttw steamer Fifing Cloud tor late New
OrieaBS papers.
Temperance Lecture. Rev. James Young,
ef Keasaok). will deliver a Temperance asdress at tbe
Per KdMtt Chart-, ea Tbnr4r evestfog, at 7X
toc-. Tebiic are tarried telUe-d.
Kp"We have not bees famished with tbe
liiewisliiin 1 the Soatbern Reform Medtcal Association,
ill llnr te prec-ise, hence aint lay Ibem Mere oar
IIOdBtS tK BMTBtag.
, JES?" Bt little proeress was made ia the ex
iT7i-in ef the rase of Golwss, c burped with, the
Bstte ef Mr. Tasker, yeelerday.
ttaaea vert thfe merin.
The N was con
Hniutvn Raext. At the how of adioum
eatt-et i i Inc. eseve- Jarars had bees ebtal-ed In the
ease mt She state t. Norfleet. It is precMe the
tuMWk wB k lot this moraine, aad tbe trill com J
Thf.atxx. This evening tbe play of the
Strwsyrr MB be aredoeed at tbe Theatre, Mist LOOAS
aapMrtac M Mrs. HlTr. The MsreeOlaife liyma wHl
be teae by MUi IOOAN, after the ceactasion ot the rst
pieee.
. j"A SeH occurred at the riw, yesterday,
b.wb the eWtk ef a Hca-boat ami a deck band, in
which the latter get severely braised. Pre this skt
the report ertHaated that aa .ris-maa bad been knd at
the laadlag. The men was net seriously iajarcd.
Wbmphis Tti-oaphical Union, No. 11.
She rfrkr xsotrthty m ettag at tbe Mea-pats Typographi-
allhki wBI be beM at the ballot lartacibte Fire Oera
paav, X. 5, this events, at7S o'd.ek. A punctual
atteaaa&ee at m taw. era desired.
5F Oar frieod Col. Cockre-l i-ares to-day
ea a vises M tae luesera ernes ior ik pwiwr?c-i tuum
las, ta taajaattisti with Robertsox Torr, Re.., aad the
AiebWtet. beet Beleis ia that lecwn, in eeder that the
Safes may receive. In tbe pros rets of mstrBCtien, all
the recta tunny asfntii and eoaveniencM. Cel. Coce-
BECT wHl be abeeat an this basiaers abeat eae raoBth.
Memphis Iksbrance CoHrAsr. A Baeetisg
at the ilii' asaiin of this Company was beM yesterday,
a their e4ti Jetferooa street. IneMlewtBggemieeaan
were electad Directors fer the easniae twetre nsosths :
T. W. WtbEISSON, S. Mocbt, J. J. Hawxisss, Q. C.
Ateimok, Thoc. H. Alj.es, A. o. Harris, J. O.
Gceexzaw. At the 8rt Bseetiag of tbe new Board of
biietteis, the Pre-Meat and Secretary wffl he etected.
City CeuNcii- There beiug o quorum
pseeeat fast rffiHw, there was Be eetiss ef the Board
eCJfayeraad Aldermen. As there was to be seme
isdiaasisistieaiac n n In tbn timr -rh-n regalar meetings
at the Beard are beM, it say set be antes to state that
the tret aad third Taceday evenings ot each meets, are
too Tcgvtar nesssag Bights. It trill be seeo by notice
tram Ha? Meyer, there will be a meeUnc ef the Board to
BwnvihM. p""We are authorized to state that Mr.
SnVE, She attiet, win oelj- rvaain ia this city ter a lim
ttet tteae, aad that these who wfsh to esiey his pencil
m ialj avast thtsai elves ef tbe eecasiea by eaBiac wHh
ia a lew days. Jtr. Pete's portrait are very generally
1 Jar their accuracy and delicate eeierieg, and we
i that taoee who desire portraits ef tteaselves
or : steads was set seen have tbe oaperteaity to it better
than e taH ea Mr. FETE.
Histrionics. The " Histrionics," an ama
lar Tkeattieal Aseeetatiea, oompoeed of yagBg raen of
thts etty, five their first pontic ezbrbitioB at Bightewer
est, this evening. These who have attecdd their per
lacsaaees, in private, speak to high terns ef their prefl
otescr, and, no deabt, a large nearer of p rsoes wiU be
j sat is iTttnn t-j- T" -.tjts.i RicKard
On THri aad Bommlet Furioto are tbe pieess seiected
Mr the seoasien. After the theatrical esbiattie&, the
imih ii vrWL be cleared away, and these who desire eaa
white away a few bears in the pleas ares ef the danee.
Fssaet n tail 1 1 inr fifty cents . Tbe paoHc are InrKed to
Thx Way the Cash System Works. :
WesartaicBeteedtbefatlowtEgnote f rem a subscriber at
"Jtfeasrr. McClmmakm, Haten - Co.:
"As I was leasinded teU week by tbedkscoBtlBBance of
the ArrKAL that say term of Eabecripties bad expired, I
teketbe Sret cevortanity ot reaewtog K, as I have felt
Isst a the wee lor the wanted it. I approve of the ad-
vaaee spetem, fer I bad Be Idea that say sabscriptaea had I
exptrsd, aad shoH set have tboaght at paying fer some
ttme, aad swunaintlr weald have bad to pay mere or ysu
ii imH have been a teeer.'
The Lottery Game An Arrest. On
jet tartiy uaialag Marshal Mrs att arrested a man
lanat st. Laais aeaaed Mower, ter abseeedesg from the
Werebaai Both witbeat paying his bin. It seems this
ppsTonicc is ear in at ia carrying on neon steamboats a
lattery scheme, ta the shape ef a sweat data and 4 let,
aad has Jewetry to jece away ta these green eaesgh to
make an tavestaaeat. He arrived here en tbe steamer R.
J. Word, aad task passage on the northerner, en Msn-
hfcf sight far Oatro. For seme caase ar ether he was put
aebere, whea tbe beat was six miles above the city, and
be fasted K back. He eiaims that tbe boat retained his
baccate. He forked ever bis bill ani paid the cutset
sett, aadreft Mesarals sweariag that be weald pabUsfa the
uv iibMlliir far swiadliaz. Persons traveling en
eaaaet be tea earetal to gnerdias against "snar;-
wha make a liviag by traveUg on beats, and fleec-
bae the aawary.
Mbmphk Buildixg and Loan Associa
tion. At the Anaaal Meeting of the above IastitatKn,
bet al aVaaire Horse's cfaee, aa Monday night, Mareh
M.lbi mBstr f iv re-eiected
ta sarve the Aeeeatatien for tbe ensmii-r year : President,
J. O. SRirrlso ; Directors, J M. McCombs, A. D,
wiTHEMreoK, A. wooDRurr andD. H.Towxsend;
Tisfloarcr. T S. Srwin; Secretary. J. E. Chadwice.
She najiil--J AacMsat Report, ssnMBttted by H Treas-
itawAteeeaatteatebeis a highly prefpereas
STATBMRXT
lOftrmHont of the a..Loan
Teeaeheabaad March, 1856 $ 1,494 86
11 1 il.rf taan StMkhaM-
es.V-" ,4 &-$3I)W0 71
CR.
Be- eaah paMTaa advaaees $1,H5 M
ftaw- trntrntKi. ....... 737 95
ireaakaBhaad 37 7J-$32,919 71
Tb Aseets ef the Assedaties are as ft Hews :
Beads EMrtgste $l,ieO 60
Bae feaaa khaMers 2,316 95
IVikaakuS ..............
Real Mstate, say.
J.CM eo-5150,333 S3
Assets March, K56
$9.57 S
Makaaj theMeeats at the year.. 9,9S 12-$160.913 93
v - - ml MemtsHM reaOsaicB ndvaBCes for the
"-,.r., ,
vaar Is &31.S43 eO, beiag an avera( at
. - ' I
an a aavaaces. ' . . .. .
The vataeaf aem taare al saoi 51 paw up, i 1
SJG aa, r SjX ler
AJtec w g KRWIK TrKL(urn..
, iu,,kn 4.sst and the books
ot h,f, w caruty
SAM'L S. SPICfR,
A. J. MONTGOMERT.
Common Law Court of Memphis.-
-Ciuses
sKsartctalea . , ,c.
Websesday. Msrch 4, 1857.
M Bee en demife, be , vs Sweeawyj 19 'WbJtiwy vs
Paweest M Lewe, Pattleon & Co. vs Gilraore; 22 Boyce vs
u ji 7 - c ciiu. Adm'r. vs Houbt- n. Adm'r; 31
(taer vs Bryan; 4S McGee vs IWlton ts. Dickens; 65 Bas-
hw va MoOssar.; SI Bath vs uooi w "'
ia..kU.,. i.rt:lUarrar vs King Adm'x, .1
Gasgor v Satbrraae & Go ; 73 BaillU, lie , vs LUdy,
-2LYTJ.- "r.. .V w .::
STZL ,.JZ' IT v. Jx: 88 Hughes. Adm'r, vs
1iwsaS MaierasiJ Alderman vs Vance; 91 Soatt ne.
trsMcAdamsT 96 CootvTsuckrtey, K2 Fellows k. Co.
&c , ts jacAoums, jo iw ,!-.,.. I
vs Hunt: 107 Walker vs Brews; 168 Bostwick vs Wallace;
M9 Laaeterd vs Bugber, et ; 111 Boyce vs Hawthorne; 1
113 Bavtfeea, ate, ac , vs troaoro, " w- i
MARCTS J WRIGHT, Cleik.
By C. W. Johnstone, Deputy Clerk.
Lawyers' Institute of West Ten
nessec.
Tbb ttst anniversary ot tbe Lawyers' Institute will
t Mri t Jackson, on THURSDAY, the 16th of
Aarfl next. Addreeses may be txpeeted from distln
satshed saeabrrs of the profession. A taU attendance of
she bar at Weat Tennessee Is dVired.
Jewtt-dawSt JOHN M. MORRILL, Gen. Sec'y.
rnii S4t.E.
T OFPRR fer sole ae and a half acre, or the
wfcote of rnyliot. It Is high, dry, healthy, anc
weH impcoved, with a large number et obolee
. Pmt: Tree os it, and enclosed wltfc a good plank
fence. It lies ea the north esae i uass simv, i """""
.senet whea extended, ne-wann
earparatan Une. 1 nasi re on the pcef"rs-
cast cf the
nTSIDEL.
3. A. MOON. i
. J. F. KERN.
MOON & KERN,
A HORNETS AT LAW, Geaeral OoHeetfeC ard Land
A nuH-r-i-J ' . nannties cf
iA aassH, r iw im"ti -
itanatfi. far
Arkaaaes, DBS ARC, ARK.
aly
Cocoa MatUnc!
TTJerT raeelved at our new stand, Xo. 221 Main street.
Jeaal WIXSTOX, CHURCHILL & CO.
Dr. JOHN W. TWEEDY,
. fvti,.! iM.ni. bavtna removed
to
JJ MesBarat. Vrs his professional services tall pab-
nace t roai ew, ra ihc .
tLTT': XggP
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MEMPHIS.
Congressional Proceedings.
Was-IXCtoh, March 2. Senate. Resolutions were
presented Iron the Legislature of "Wisconsin, instructing
tier Senators and Representatives to oppose tbe admission
of any more slave States. Consideration postponed to
10th March.
Home Joint resolutions were adopted suspending tbe
rules which forbid sending bills from boose to house, or
to the President, on tbe last day of the session. The bill
to deposit two millions of surplus revenue with the States,
to be refunded when required, was pasted.
Buchanan En Rente for .Vashits.
Baltimore. Match a. Hon. James Buchanan ar
rived here at 2 o'clock this evening, en route for Wash-
iujtoa, and was escorted by a procession to the CitT nail
THSEE DAYS LATER FBOH ETJKOPE.
ARRIVAL. OF THE NIAGARA.
HAt-trAX February 38 The Canard steaner A'i
ogara arrived early this morning, en. route for Bos
ton.
1 Tbe Siagara left Ltvtrpoof on the evening of the 11th
Inst., heradvioej aretber:fere three dayslster thin those
received by tbe India, at Portland.
She reports a very boHtereas passage. On he 15th,
exchasged signals with the steamer Kangaroo, bound
West.
The screw steamer City of Washington, from Xew
Tor k, arrived at Liverpool ea the 12th last.
The Atlantic arrived oat at 2 a. si., on the 13th, and
thePmtdatSA. M., on the 11th, asking the runiaa
ltttie over nine dsys. She lodged 362 ralies fer three suc
cessive days, and daring the passage she averaged 310
miles per dsy.
The iTemonn, haviag been repaired, sailed f romSouth
ampton ea the 11th last., for Bremen, aad wtll leave there
en tbe 154b last., for New Tork
Tbe steamer Corjf (far fes, from Xew Terk, arrived off
Cowes ea tbe 19th, and proceeded the tame day to Ant
werp. The steamei Cadiz Bitted from'Liverpoolon the 11th
fer Xew Terk.
Tbe Cambria hJ sailed fer Marseilles to take her place
la the Canard AastraNan line.
It Is net Intended, say the Baity Seal, to send oct
as; troops from Knglind to Persia. This announcement
we make with the most entire confidence that It will be
toand to he correct, and we believe that we may add, that
tbe force already at BasblrewHl not advance Into the in
terior, and that an eOrt is being made to brl i about a
seare. The MBTTay aaajr, we an asmrcu, leinu uni
ons part of the negotiations which ere being carried on a
Paris, by Perruk Khan and Lord Cowley; and there Is at
present every reason to hjpe that these negotiations will
terminate In tbe re-estabHshment of amicable Teiatiens
between the Eaglish and Persian Governments.
The Hairy -Xetrt gives prominence to the following
paragraph :
In another column we have .stated that no troops are to
be sent from England to China.
The Timet, after remarking that the satisfactory set
tlement of tbe questions relative to theDsnubian Princi
palities 'cauaot be endangered by such an Imprudent
manifesto as appeared a few days sloce In the iloniteur,
ii-5 it is the intention ef England to declare positively
against temporizing with the integrity ot the Turkish
Empire, and to act with firmness la support of the reso
lution watch has been taken against the proposed union
of the Provinces ot the Danube.
Commercial Intelligence.
BnxAasTcrrs. Richardson, Spence&; Co., report the
market fer wheat heavy and dull, and quotations lower
than at the departsre of the Aria. Flour Is drooping with
a turn in favor ot buyers; quotations are nominal. Corn
is quiet at about former rates.
Provisions. Richardson, Spent it Co , quote the
market for provisions generally unchanged. Lard is
steady at 69s?0.
London- Mosey Mareet. The market fer money
has become decidedly easier, although tbe returns ot the
Bank ef England sIBl exhibit a draw on the bnttlon In re
serve. Fire at Chicago.
Xew Tore, March 3 There has been a fire on State
and Water-strtets, Chicago. Loss, $3O0,C0O.
Snow Storm at Xew York.
Xew Tore, March 2 A terrible snow storm Is pre
vailing. Tery little out-dsor business doing.
River Sewi and Markets.
Cincinnati, March 2. Mess Pork, large demand for
export, $29. Lard, market opened dail; improved de
mand at ctose; prices stirrer ; 13K13Hc asked.
Xew Tore, March 2. Floor unchanged. MlxsdCorn
uacbaaged. Mess Pork, demand moderate; prices de-
d, 2SX. Balk Fork dsH, unchaaged. Lard dull,
prkes nacbasged.
Louisville, March 3. The river has fallen four
iacbee. Arrived, steamers mm wnut, xactisea ana
Wat. Balrd; departed, Gulnare, Selma, Montgomery,
Saltana and Oilesby.
New TORE, March 3. Cotton, MWdHsg Orleans, lis.
St Louis, March 3. River fallen one foot. Upper
rivers f aBing.
Cincinnati, Marco 3 River falling ten feet ia
channel. Flour and Whiskey unchanged, provisions
basyan. Mess Perk held at $20 60. Lard II MC more
buyers than set lei s.
PlTTsncRBH, March 3. Seven feet etgbt inches water.
aad tamos;.
Xew Tore, Kerch 3. Cotton market Arm. Sales
2,500 bales.
Xew Orleans, Mareh 2. Cot ten market, sales to
day 20,900 bales. The steamers news caused advance ot
X 12K to 13K-
Sort of
Arrivals and Departures.
Tuesbay, March 3.
Haaf arlan, New Orleans to Cindsnatl.
BvaasvWe, White River to Msmphls.
RrpaWtc New Orleans to St. Louis.
Pennsylvania, St. Louis to New Orleans.
OresoeBt City. Xew Or'eaas to St. Lesls.
Planet, Xew Orleans to St Louis.
K. Howard, Xew Orleans to Tennessee River.
Belfast, Xew Orleans to Memphis.
E. Walsh. Xew Orleans to St. Louis.
Cemberiand, Nashville to New Orleaes.
Mattle Wayne. Memphis to St. Loals.
J. n. Luca New Orl ans to St. Loals.
Plyieg Cleed, Xew Orleans to St. Leeis.
Memphis, Memphis to Cincinnati.
River Matters.
Appeal News Box. We have placed apon the Wharf
Boat a News Box, fer the reception ef papers f rem our
friends en the river. We trust the officers of boats will
drao papers therein, for this office, and we win return
dne thanks fer sach favors
S3- Tbe weather is delightful at the present time. The
rlverls still falsing slowly. On Mondsy latt, White river
had fallen three feet at Jaeksonport; the river, howsvtr,
Is still Ugh
r?-rh;EeanieiHe arrived yesterday fremUsckionpert.
On last Saturday night, during a storm of wind? whea
n;teen miles below Jaeksonport, she was blown Into tbe
woods which carried away her Jackstaff and broke a por
tion of ner guard She Is being repaired now, and will
leave on Thurf day afternoon for White river. Mr. Bowen
is her gentlemanly clerk, snd makes every one feel at
K. -w, tares pass age. Captain Riley Jcnes, aa expe-
Vfestced officer. Is her commander.
J3" The Jdf e Fritbee will arrive to-night from Xa-
poieea, and return on Friday afternoon
. ,.j . Tlmlt Ttn . -Ml ...It-i.
jj-xae ipwewru p-i."
Irom Ksshville, ana return on Tnursaay aner
anKUnz with the railroad at Cairo,
53-The JfeajiftU departed yesterday for Cincinnati,
with a Urge aaantlly of freight and a good passengei
lit.
53The Editor Is the next packet due from St. Louis
53- Tae St. Louis JlrpuoJiean, of Sunasy last, says:
rbe river at this colnt was almost stationary last even
ing. We have no reports of rapid charges la any ef the
upper river,. The weaxner is coo ana pt-aaui, uu un
nets was uncommdrily brisk en the levee during yester.
day
rj- We copy the following frem the Uttle Rock urue
Democrat, ot the 21th ult
..Tb.riTer. for the last wek. has been rising rapidly,
! and up to ibis time, Monday noon, it lacks bHt four and
. r .--I U.. r. V I -Si It W, S '11 t h, tllrhpt
a DVl J r - v-i wnui, ' -
-fer mark known to tbe oldest Inhabitant." Serious
tin.lons are felt that we will have an overflew.
1U
derf the water Is now natnlns out. over the b.nks. In
many low pfaces TC weam.' n rm io
tbe season to within a few days, but Is niw cool, clear
, ....nt TTeavv rains fell on Thursday and Friday
and pleasant.
night."
DIED,
Ib Dal'as, Texas, February 11th, Mr. Jno. G. Bi.vo
ham, aged at ty-screm years.
53-Lynchburg, Ta., and Huatsvllie, Ala., pipers
please copy.
CHASLES IT. ERICH,
importer or
FOREIGN LUXURIES,
AND dealer in
FAXCF AXD FAMILY (JKUUEKIK
32S MAIN-ST., WEST SIDE,
(sourn of uxiox street,)
TTicittii rArivil alarffe assortment or unuifa-i
XL LUXURIES, snchasPrnsslanCeeseBreasts.llrans-
wick Saneages. Bel In Gelee. Pafcs de Foies truict.ac
Canard, de Becattcs en Traffe, Green Tegetables, con
Beans. Peas, etc.: Anlovlsb, Hoi-
laad nerrlncs. Limburg and Sap Saco Cheese, French
chocolate, German Prunes, Bhenlsh, Hungarian Mosel
1 rw WINES. Cove Ovsters. Lobsters. Sardines.
. ... - --- i.,iiivrv
I Seaces, i Kales, etc., sou - eeniai asawuucj wi i ..... .
I and FAMILT GHOUKKies.
Many of the above articles are for the first time irn
B irted into the United States, and can be had In Mem
pl.isOM.10It uuas j.uuvu.
feeSO II ,
NOTICE TO 1 HE WOULD.
1 LL persons are hereby fetewaraed net tn trad for
n tanncrtv at riresent OWBed br CHAS. J HHS-
TRR in tbe State, as 1 have brnght the same, and am
; 1 J. ntraet at anr time. I
Uinyclalms to the extent of th
l am ceiermiacu
the law.
fe2S-lw A. V. BBTTIS.
fiommatial iMm
MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OFFICE,
'Wednesday, March 4, iso7
Cotton But little offsring la the msrket yetterdiy.
Tbe stock now in first bards number only about 3000
bales, and the greater portion of l. being withheld from
market by Instructlocs-f rom planters to their merchants,
Prices are firm at onr outside figures. We continue quo
tations as before.
MEMPHIS COTTOX QUOTATIONS.
Inferior nominal Strict Middllng.l2K12K
Ordinirv 10MI310M I Good Mldding.I2K(au
Good Ordinary....! 1 1IX I Middling Falr..l3X13K
WW jttaaiing....iirnc,ii.i I rair....,
.ncmlnal.
Middling..
.1H12
I
REcrirrs or Cotton at Xew Orleans. The
receipts at this port since 1st September, says the Xew
Orleans Price Current of the 25th ult., (exclusive of the
arrivals from Mobile, Florida and Texas,) are 1,176,501
bales, against 1,168,777 bales to samedatelast year; and
the increase la the recrip s at all the ports, up to the
latest dales, as compared with last year, Is 2,030 bales
In the exports from the United States to foreign' coun
tries, as compared with the same dates Isst year, there Is
deci ease of 222.C05 bales to Great Zritaln, 61,015 to
France and 63,578 to other foreign ports.
XEW ORLEANS MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE PICATUXE,
Wednesday Evening, Pebru.ry 25, 1857 (
Cotton There has been a better attendance ot buy
ers In the market to-diy, and the sales hive amounted to
about 9000 bales. Trices are without any material
cbsug, bat the market closet with rathermore firmness
We repeat our last quotations
Inferior 8 & 9K 1 Middling 12I3
Ordinary 10 GtlOK I Good Middling.. 13K13K
Go-d Ordla. ry..llKAll.H Middling Falr...13H13K
Low Middling.. -12!12X Fair 13k-
STATEMEXT OF COTTOX.
Stock on hand 1st Septcmber,1356 Bales 7,133
Arrived since 1.211,133
Arrived to-day 6,850117,933
1525,186
Exrerted ta date S60.S36
Exported to-day 1S,095 838,631
Stock on hand and on ship-board.. ...... ..bales, 326,655
Thurf day. February 26, 1 r. M,
Cotton There appears to be some Inquiry hut thus
far we bear of only about 1000 bales sold
Sugar Some 250 heds have been sold at about yes-
t du's prices, hut with a dml market.
Molasses we notice rales of soo to 30U dd;s ot wnica
150 prime In. two tots at 60c ; 60 choice at 62 H c. and some
fermenting at &3B55C. r gallon.
Flour The only sales that we hear ot thus far arc
200 bbls extra at $7 60, and some common at $125 per
barrel
Corn Market still Improving. The sales lielude
about 300 sacks at 70c, and a lot cf yellow at 72c per
bushel.
Pore We notice a sale ot 500 bbls uninspected Mess
at 321 71 bbl.
bacon small sales at iiCforriDoea Maes, anauc
fl a for clear.
Lard 300 kegs prime sold at. n He f E.
Whiskt Sales 100 bbls Rectified at26.HCp gallon.
Freiohts Tbe consignment of a British ship given
away at 15-32d for Cotton to. Llrerpjol, aad American
vessels tilling up at the same rate.
Exchange and. Bank IVote Lint.
BARKING HOUSE
or
O. . !- -!T7T?"V c CO.,
COR.. FROST ROW AND MADISON-ST. .
BUYIKO RATES.
SELLING RATES.
EXCHAKOE.
Xew Tork.
. Kprem Xew Tork.........l prem
.lXprem Xew Orleans 2 prem
Mprcm Louisville & Cln. 1 prem
. Kprem SCLouls. 1 prem
BANK NOTES.
. 1 prera 1 Xew Orleans... ...IMprem
. 2 dls. I AH large Upper
Xew Orlean.
Louisville St. Cln.
St. Louis .
Xew Orleans.....
North Carolina.
MUs. Mux, Ins. Co.
par. Ceuntry. Kprem
SPECIE
American Gold. v..lKprem I Gold 2 prem
Silver lH'prem Sliver 3 prem
Highest markets rates paid for Land Warrants.
Mi-MiKlDDi Ijinil srlo for sal.
ROME INSURANCE COMPANY.
OP MEMPHIS, TENW.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL I GUARA XTT CAPITAL
SIOO.000. $100,000.
CHARTERBU br the Legislature cf Tennessee. Session
ef 1S55-'5G. to make Fire. Life and Marine Insurance
and to cause themselves to be re-Insured when deemed
expedient. In view of which tbey have arranged with
the following Companies, for re-insurance by means ci
open policies:
British Commercial Life, London Capital $3 DWJ.ww
Equitable Fire, " ' 2,000,000
Infrnatlonal Life, " 2.600.000
Knickerbocker Life, United States, " 200,000
Great Wi stem Marine, " ' 1,000,006
Howard Fire ni Marine, " " 600,000
Gohsolldatcd Fire and Marine, U. S. " 300 000
Alliance, " " " " " 250,000
Lombard, " " ' " " 300,000
At the annual election on Tuesday, the 10th r slant, me
following Directors and Committee were elected for the
ensuing year:
directors.
JAMES B. THORNTON, L. J. DUPRES,
UKO R UltANT, THUS. 11CAUAH,
STEpnEX b. curhs, j. n. mulford,
HENRTS. KING, JOS BARBIE11E, it
JAMKS BOUU.
FINANCE COMMITTEE.
B. crrrtTIS. L. J. DtrPREE. E. 3. 21X6.
Medical Examiner GfO. R. GRANT, 1 D.
Attorney J. B. THORNTON, Esq.
AttUtedbyS P. BANKHEAD. Esq.
Andatameetlngof tbe new Directory 01 TFednesiay.
the 11th lnst., the following efflcers were tboseafcrthe
year:
JAMES B. THORNTON, frWIdfnl.
GEO R. GRANT, Vice Pretidcnt.
TTIOS. McADAM. Secretcrv.
OFFICE No. 8, Madison street, comer Float Rtw.
fi"bl7-dly
District Inspector
01
F STEAMBOATS, Steamboat Boilers, and Steambost
Machinery, under the provisions of tbe Acts of Con
gress ot 1833 and 1812. Office, 8 Madison street.
marl THOMAS McADAM, Inspector.
Furniture!
YKRT variety now receiving at our new stand, No.
221 Main street, one door south of McKinnry k Co.,
(Robinson, Morgan 2c Co.'s old stand )
TrTvcwiv pnmirinrT it rn
J3 Ef ening News copy.
A. JUST reoelv d from Norm Carolina, boau caro
2f Una, Georgia and Kentucky among them two good
'R. Blacksmiths.
- xeozi-aawim a. runnaai.
"The Best in the World."
OX the arrival of the Memphit, (now due.)
we will have for sale, at short proQts. lr the
sal- s are quick, a lot of superior .HARNESS
HORSES, both slncle and double. Call only
at tbe centre of trade the Great Western Livery and
Sale Stable, on Second street, next door to Post Office.
feb23-lw WHITNEY & JJttTWIUH.
Oil Clotli !
BEAUTIFUL Pattc ns, Just received at our new stand,
Xo. 221 Main street.
feb21 WINSTON. CnURCHILL cc CO.
Shades! Sliades!
T ARGEST assortment ever brought to this market, at
l our new stand. No. 221 Main street.
teb2t WINSTON, oHUBCHILL St CO.
Wall Paper!
"MEW and beautiful Patterns, Just received at onr new
It stand, xo. SI Main street.
feb21 WINSTON, CHURCniLL 6t CO
lUESIPHIS INSURANCE COMPANY,
Memphis, Tennessee.
CAPITAL -$150,000.
T. W.Wilkinson, Pres.; Ben May, Sec.
OrriCE ON JEFFERSON STREET.
DIRECTORS.
H. O. Walxer, Sam. Mosby,
q. C. Atkinson, t. w. Wilkinson,
W. B. Greenlaw, T. H. Allen,
J. J. Rawlinoj.
marl--tf
W. E. IMILTON,
26 Madison Street, Up Stairs,
INSURANCE AGENT,
FOR SOME OF THE BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in the United
States.
Exchange and Note Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of all
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
ocl7
' For Sale!
m I OFFER for sale five hundred and twerty
acres 01 una, iounren mues .Dortneau of som
ervllle, on the Jackson read, known as the former
residence of Stephen Jarmon. The place is well
Improved, hss a good flamed dwelling house and excllent
out bouses, gin-bouse, with glo snd thresher. le-house.
tc. There Is 00 tbe premises an extensive orchard, with
all kinds ot fruits grown in the country. There are two
hundred and fifty acres ot land la cultivation, and the
remaining portion well timbered. Apply to the under
signed, on the place. B. F. JARMON,
mar3-w6m iiiacx oak urove, Tenn.
LOOK HERE, EVERYBODY !
The Madison Street Sash, Door & Bllad
pactort:
mH! undersigned has taken the stand recently occn.
L pled by Moore tt Halstchd, over the Planing Mill of
Whlnnle. McCulIaeh it Co.. and Is prepared to till all or
ders for Sash. Doors. Blinds. Frames, Casings Base
Moniamgs, etc. ah oraers rrom me couuixy aiicuure 10
with .ptomptnet s and dltpatch.
ac29-wEm it. iiimtiuo.
Sheriff's Sale of Land.
BTvlrtueof a venditioni exponat to me directed, from
tie Honorable the Circuit Court of Tlptcn county,
Tennessee, I will, on MOXDAT, the 6th day of April
next, sell for cash to tbe highest biaaer, at xne lioun
House door, In the town ot Covington, a Tract ot Land,
1-vi d UDonasthe nronertv cf James Ralsh. to satisfy
an order of sale, in favor Deakins k Wood, beginning
eighty-seven poles North from Grayson's Aonncasi cor
ner on McLemort's line, on the Northeast ot Frobauzh'i
location, thence 112 poles; thence West 120 poles to Baln
bildre. Southwest corner : thenea North 60 coles : thence
West 30 poles to Lewis Thomas' line; thence South 160
poles to Burton's line ; thence East 21 poles to Burton's
Northeast comer; theno South and East to the begin
ning. Sale within the hours prescribed by law.
HENRT J. MALET.
fctfll-ttSt Sheriff of Tipton county.
Administrator's Notice.
.1 LL persons Indebted to the estate of D. B JohntDD.
J. dee'd, are requested to come forward Immediately
and raako payincnt; and those having claims against
said e tato are hereby notified to ptesent them within the
time prescTlPen Dy law, ana as me Jaw directs.'
TT. A. TURNER, Erq , will represent at LGranr.e
JAS M. WHITE.
W. B. WALDRAX.
Administrators nf D. B. Johnson, dee'd,
Memphis, February 10th, 1857. w2m
l-lr
'Holloway's Pills
ARB especially adapted for the cure of Dyspepsia, and
bllljus complaints. It is a universally aamiitea ia,
that they never fall to cure these disorders, even after
all other medicines have been tried la vain.
hia . ts.. manufactories. No. 80 Maiden Lane, Xew
Tork, and No. 211 Strand, London; and by all drBlxUt
at25e.,62MC,anaipcrpnji v.
febW-dtwawiw
Wood's Hair Dye.
THIS admiralle article Is rapidly Improving the hair.
No article of a similar kind, now before the public, en-
Joys a better reputation as a restcTatlve and invigorating
hair tonic. Its peculiar chemical qualltiea nave a Bene
ficial effect upon the growth and character ot the nair.
giving a silky and glossy texture to that which was for
merlv of a coarse and dry nature. It has, also, we un
derstand, a tendency to preserve the youthful coior ann
appearance of the hair, and destroying or counteracting
tbecaectsof age. With such recommendatloni In Its
favor, we hardy perceive how any lady or gentleman
should be without so valuable an adjunct to their toilet.
Tbe article may be had cf Pr-f. WooD,onMarretsire
under Wyman Halt. AfiMOurf Democrat.
To be had of O. J. Wood k Co., Ill Market strott.Bi
Louis, and of druggists generally. feb22 dawaw
JlVETf9 FASHIONS
Por Spring and Summer of 1857,
FOR GENTLEMEN.
ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Casslmere HATS, re
ceived at WHEATON'S, 75 Froat Row, where those ia
want of a superb and fashionable nAT will please call.
Constantly on hand and receiving the largest and finest
stock of SOFT HATS In the city at
fb2i WHEATON'S, 75 Front Row,
OjSlsh:! oasec:
HIDES! HIDES! HIDES!
100,000 Hides Wanted I
FOR which we will pay the highest market price In
rash.
We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER
and BEAR SKINS. In fact, any Skins used by TAN
NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the HIGHBST CASH
PRICE. GEO. PHILLER k CO.,
novl2-6m 73 Front Row.
THE cash system the best for everyooay pay-uay win
come. We have attracted some attention for tbe lsst
three years in the way of selling fine and beautiful goods.
We have decorated quite a number la our business who
have refused to pay their accounts when dus. We say
to all such who pass by us, we shall send a messenger
from the Law to speak a wcrd, if their accounts are not
settled before the trst day of March. Longer indulgence
wi'l not be given.
feblt-lm ru1fi.a,r"a--
AHEAD OF THE WORLD ?
THE CRY IS STILL. THEY COME.
PARK & FEPLiOW,
AT THE
STAR GALLERY,
219 lVXaaax Stroot,
ARE making tht finest PICTURES ia the world. All
we ask is fer you all to call and examine them for your
selves
PHOTOGRAPHS, LIFE-SIZED,
made only at the Star Gallery. Jan-datw
Win. A. Batclielor's Hair-Dye.
GRAY, RED or RUSTY HAIR dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and XaturalBROWX or BLACK, without the
least injury to hair or skin.
Fifteen Zledalt and Diploaat have been awarded to
Wm. X BATcnELOR since 1839, and over 60,000 appli
cations have been made to the hair of his patrons ot his
famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair and whis
kers Is unjust, as It would be against covering a bald
head with a wig.
WM. A. Batciielor's Hair-Dye produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and Is trarrenfed
not to Injure In the least, however long It may be con
tinued. Made, sold or applied, (In cine private rooms,) at the
Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, Xew Tork.
Sold In all cities and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
J3" The Genuine has the name and address upon a
steel-plate ecgraving or. four sides of each bottle, of
WILLIAM A. DAlliUSLUtt,
233 Broadway, Xew York.
t3T Por sale by 8. MANSFIELD St CO., and Drags Is Is
generally. may31-dtwawly
SALVATIOI YE AFFLICTED !
W. A. GIIDD0N,
GUTTA PERCIIA IttUJ MANUFACTURER,
NO. 1 KAGAN'S BUILDINGS,
Adams Street, opposite the Worsham House,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
THANKFUL for the extensive patronise received with
in the last four years, I am now better prepared than
ever for fitting and curing the worst forms of Hernial
Rupture. I can, besides, furnish, ready-made or manu
factured to order, superior Stockings for Varicose Teias,
instruments for Prolapsus, Shoulder Braces and Band
ages of various kinds. Artificial Legs and Hands made
to order; In short, I can easily procure Instruments of
every kind, owing to arrangements made In Xew Tork
and Philadelphia. The following certificates, among
others, speak for themselves:
I. the undersigned, hereby certify that on the 27th of
June. ISM. I was fitted tv WM. A. GLIDDON with one
ot bis Trusses. My ageiscvemy-eae, auu a oecu rup
tured for nigh five years, it is now several momus
na I have left off wearing tbe Instrument, and so far I
have experienced no return of the complaint. I cordially
recommend Mr. Gllddon as a Truss-fitter to the commu
nity at large, satisfied trt he understands his business
and trace.
(Signed) JUitfi u. BUBiiun..
Memphis, August 28, 1655.
Br the advice of Dr. A. K. Taylor, Professor of Anato
my, Memphis Medical uoiiege, i cauea on air. ji. a
GLIDDON. and had a Truss made for me and applied.
My case was an Inguinal Hernia. The instrument was
fitted In April, 1SI5, and I now consider myself perfectly
cured. Mv aee Is thirty-tour, and occupation that of
cistern builder. I can cordially recommend Mr. GLID
DON to all who have been to unfortunate as to be afflict
ed with Hernia. (Signed) (JLAKK iiakbeu.
Memphis, January 6, 1857. janll-qawj
look:
HAPPY AND GLORIOUS NEWS!
The greatest wonder of the world has at last been dis
covered a specific in disease DR. SLEDGE'S NER
VOUS TONIC, for the cure of Chills and Fever, and a pre
ventive to all erades of Fever, as well as a cure. It has
been tuny tested for the last four years, and It Is now
conceded by scientific men to De one or ue greatest an
coverles known to man. This will be disputed by thou
sands, no doubt, but It Is so. Reaa, look, ana juage for
yourselves
Fifty thoutand dollart will be pstd to any person who
will produce Its superior. Th Medicines can be found in
all the Drug stores ana towns tnrougnout ice entire
West. J.M. BLKUUK.
Certificates.
Memphis, October 3, 1856.
This Is to certify that we have been selling large quan
titles of Dr. Sledge's Celebrated Remedies, and take
crmtnleasnre in recommending them to the afflicted as
possessing remarkable properties In controlling the dis
eases for which they are recommended, and we have no
hesitancy In giving our testimony in favor of their supe
riority over other preparations for the same diseaset, as
they seem to give universal satisfaction to all those
who usr them.
Mansfield it Co., Druggists. Peyton it Harbin, Druggists.
O D.Johnson, " waraetjones.
Chandler it Co., nenry Wade,
R. Joyner k Co., a w . M. sneiton,
novlS-datwly
THE ONLY MEDAL AWi RDED
BT the Xew Tork Exhibition to the English or foreign
Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst numer
ous competitors, by LEA At PERRIXS, for their
Worcestershire Sauce,
whereby further testimony is afforded ot Its being the
best Sauce extant.
The celebrity of this Sauce has extended to every quar
ter of the globe, and Its efficacy in promoting tl e g -neral
health Is becoming dally moreobserved and aclaeirialged,
In the United States It Is held to be the most agreeable
condiment, and Is esteemed for Its tonic and Invigora
ting properties, Its habitual use enabling the stomach to
digest the food.
On the Continent of Europe, these qualities have been
testified to by a gjntleman, who writes to LEA St PER
RIXS thus: "Ihavecarrledabottle of your Worces
tershire Sance lnatourlhavo Just completed through
Spain and Portugal, and believe I owe my presentstate of
health to lbs use; your Sauce is stomachic, and I think
medicinal. I can with truth say there Is nothing In a
traveler'sbaggage so essential to his comfort, at least il
these countries, as vaur sauce. "
In India. a!o. where It is found at the mess of every
regiment, a medical gentleman writes frem Madras to
his brother In the same profession at Worcester, In the
following terms: '-Tell LEA St PKKBiKia mat tneir
Sanea fshlehlT improved In India, and that it Is, In my
opinion, the most palatable as well as the most whole
same Sauce made."
This Sauce is suitable for every variety of aisn, ana tne
nnivmal iiemand which its excellence has created has
led to many Imitations being offered to the public, under
a variety of names, but tbe genuine may aeanownoy
the names of "LEA it PERRIXS" being Impressed upon
thcpatentmetalllc capsules, or patent glass stopper of
the bottle, as wen as the labels ana wrapper.
Sole Agents for the united states,
JOHN DUNCAN St SONS,
apl2-ly 105 Broadway. New Tork,
Tm portin t. to JcPotjcltCIo ss
DR. CHEESEMAITS PILI.S.
rpHK combinations of Ingredients In these Pills are the
X result of a long and extensive practice. Tney are
mild In their operation, and certain In correcting all ir
regularities, painful menstruation, removing all obstruc
tions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain In
the side, palpitation ot the heart, disturbed sleep, which
always arise from lulermntlan of natnre. Thercau.be
successfully used as a preventive. These Pills should
never be taken In pregnancy, as they would be sure to
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and
tree from anything Injurious to Ufa or health. Explicit
directions, which should be read, accompany each box.
Price $i . ror sale in Memphis by
S. MANSFIELD St CO
G. D. JOnNSON,
WARS it JOXRS
XS" Sent by man by enclosing $1 to Dr. CORNELIUS
L. tjUKbscaiAjM, Jxo. in Hroaaway, kcw xorc.
raavM-dtwawtv
FOR SALE.
mWO DRATS also two Dray IJcennes.whlch have eight
fcbl-tf QWTNXE St GIBSON,
SwistdteffirsT
Choice JPinlC'JEye
POTATOES!
100 Barrels
TUST landing from steamer Northerner, and for sale
J low oy WANT k CASK,
feb21 City Feed Store.
Februarv 23. 1857.
TTIIFTr barrels Derby k Day's Star Whisky;
J? Fifty barrels J. Hunt's Whisky,
r or saie low to the triae.
feb21-l w BARNETT k WALKER.
Notice to Everybody.
ALL persons Indebted to me will please call and settle,
and all having claims against me will please present
them, as I intend to leave for California in At.ru next.
an there wiu never occur another opportunity.
rerat-aiw m. a. t-tBit.
DAVID REID.
.L. r. CARE.
REID & CARR,
ATTORXETS AT LAW Will practice In all the Courts
In this city, in the Courts of Shelby, naywood and
Madison counties, and Supreme court at jaexson
Prompt attention given to securing and collecting in West
lennesse, North Mississippi and East Arkansas.
One of us ma at all times be found at our office in
Union Block, South side Court street, between Mam street
ana Front Row. ieoia-m
CASH ADVANCES. .
rn TIE nndenlRied. at nr..,nt representing the hoaec
I nf rrkwer k niT nwEr.T New Tork. will make
liberal Cash Advances on Cotton consignee; to mem jiw
sale. Apply at 17 Front Row, np stairs.
sep27-tf WM. H. HULL.
Sweet Potatoes! Sweet Potatoes
I I
1 (fC BUSHELS best SWEET POTATOES for
A.VIUW sale at the first toll-gate on the liernanac
Plahkroad, by J. T. MITCHELL.
feb!0-3w .
Candles.
BOXES CANDLES, for sale by
febll-lw STOCKLKT, NELSON k CO.
500
Rice.
10
CASKS RICE, for sale by
febll-lw
STOCK LET, NELSON k CO.
Meninhis Gas X-icht Company.
rpnE election for Dlrectore of the Memphis Gas Light
A Company win be neia at ineomce on aaiunuai,
23th Instant.
Tbe particular attention of all Fitters and Consumers
of Gsa is called to the 1th, 6th. 9th and 10th sections of
the By-Laws, as they will be rigidly enforced.
.M TT.r T TTT.-T7T VT TLfAnS
Coal ! Coal !
RECEIVED about 4,000 barrels of COAL, at the land
ing, near Messrs. Titus it Co.'s Cotton Shed, and for
sale at
75 Cents per Barrel.
Orders leit with Messrs. Todd k Goyer, Front Row, or
with David Park, will receive attention.
-w. v. Bituwiii at tu.,
feb21-2w Madison street.
GARDENING.
4-1 lonovr Tilnnolit finlt Iv.tnra. Repd.aowf M. Snaitea
Lr Forks. Rakes, Hoes, Reels, Floral noes, Transplant-
ine Towels. Grass Lawn Rakes, Pruning Knives, Pruning
Saws and Chisels, Grafting Chisels, Ladies' Pruning
Sheai s, Lopping or Branch Shears, uaraen, eoruer and
Sliding Shears, Grass, Hooks, &c.. for tale by
lAJYl UltUlLU Ot LU.,
feb21-lm 13 and 11 Front Row.
FOR RENT,
A NEAT GARDEN SPOT, of two acres, with
a residence for a small family, two miles east of
the ciiy. For further particulars, apply at the
.Appeal Offlce. feblS
PLOWS! PLOWS!
WE are now la receipt of a fun supply of Avery's
Llvlngstoi county and other patterns of Plows.
ALSO, Hall at Spear's ana AI.en-s w rouzni iron Flows
and Scrapers. MCC0MB3 k TRICE.
febl7-2w
COFFEE! COFFEE!
TTJST received, per steamer Simondr, and for sale low
J to the trade
200 sacks Coffee ;
25 " Java Coffeo;
10 " Mocca "
DOUGHERTY t ATDLETT,
febll No. 23 Front Row.
SUNDRIES!
BBLS. Powdered Sugar;
25 " Crushed "
10 boxes Loaf "
25
S tierces of Rica,
10 bbls. Porter and Ale,
Which we offer unustfallv low to the trade.
DOUGHERTT it ATDLETT,
febll No. 23 Front Row.
FINE WATCHES.
IX addition to our Urge stack we have received a lo ot
Copenhagen Watches made to our order the finest
Watch ever otrerea m this market.
feblS F. H. CLARK St CO.
CARPETS, Curtains, Shades, etc., at
GEO FLAHERTT k BRO'S,
febll Corner Main ana union. Mempnis, Tenn.
REMOVAL REMOYAL.
JT. if. dllc CM AW
HAS removed his GENTS' FURNISHING ESTAB
LISHMENT tn tbe house formerly occupied by
Messrs. Churchill, Winston 5t Co., on the corner of Main
and Court streets, where he Intends keeping at all times
full assortment ot
Gents' Fashionable
Furnishing
Goods,
together with a large etock of FINE CLOTHING, and
every article for the Toilet. Persons In need of any of
the above goods, will do well by oiling at the comer be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as his goods are all fresh, and
will be sold really low forca'h febl9-2w
TOBACCO!
$80,000.
WE have In store aad ate conr tautly receiving the
most celebrated brands of TOBACCO from Virginia,
Kentucky and Missouri, which we sell at manufacturers'
prices. We would call attention to the following brands
Trotters itougn ana iteasy iwist.
Pace's " ' "
Walker St Co.'s " "
Holland' Extra Pancake;
Mohican, pounds ; Whit Tucstall, pouads ;
Pocahontas " Emma Adams "
Bigg " H. John's "
Parkins " Sutherlln'a "
Persian Smoking Tobacoi.
SEABR0OK it CARSON,
f e21-6m Madison strtet, two doors frem Main.
The Best in the "World
CAX oe done by those who wish to purchas
City Property, or handsome Country Residences
In the suburbs. On some of tbe latter can be
had a flue Residence, ready for occupation
Terms liberal, and title good. Apply to
OCtl7-tf CHAULJK4 D. MCLEAN
NOTICE NEW FIRM.
TTTE have this day associated with ns In business Mr,
VV GEO. W. TROTTER, late of SomerviHe.Tenn. The
style of our hiuse will be HANCOCK, CLARK it CO.
We would respectfully solicit from our patrons a contin
uation of their patronage, as we will, at all I Imes. keep a
large and wen selected stork or Groceries and produce.
which we sell cheap, call ana see us.
HAN CUCK. St CLARK,
Memphis. February 1, 1857. feb3
A. I. IIAXCOCX...
Late Williamson &
R. O.CLARK.. ..GEO W. TROTTER.
Late Aydlett it Late ot Somervule,
Co.
Hancock.
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO..
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
DEALERS IN
BAGGING, ROPE, BACON, LARD,
PORK, FIiOTJR,
AXD
An TCIti rtrt of JProduco,
XO. IS FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
febS
Matches! Jtlatclies!
ATtheAgenciof the Western Chemical Works, 1,000
. gross superior HATCHES, Just received and tor sa".e
at manursciurcr's prices, oy wis. .1 jsitiuu,
feW-lw 32S Main street, below union
DISSOLUTION.
mn! co-partnership heretofore existing between Drs
I K. P. WATSON k A. X KIMBRO, has been dis
solved by mutual consent, ur. aumbro settles the old
business.
N. B. Dr. KIMBRO will continue business at the old
offlce, on Union street Jan21-daw3m
HEDGES! HEDGES!
TTIRESn OSAGE ORANGE SEED, Just received and
X for sale by WARD k JONES,
feb26-daw2w 'za Mam street,
EDWARD GRAHAM,
GENERAL LAND AGENT,
TTTILL attend to any land business in Souteeastern
V V Arkansas, with promptness ana aaeiity. Address,
Florence, Desha county, Arkansas.
feb21w.3me
Notice
rrtnE undersigned having on the 1st Januaiy last as
1 soclated with us Mr. ROBERT BANKS, under tne
style ot MOORE, HALSTEAD it CO., are now building
an extensive establishment for the manufacture ot
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Mouldings,
xurnxntr, scron norK, &c.
We have also added machinery for dressing Flooring,
Weather Boarding, and every description of building ma
terial, with all the latest Improvements and Inventions
adaoted to our line of business.
Their Afie Ettablithment Is cn Second street, imme
diately souin of union, ana wm ce rally under way by
the loin narcn next.
Thankful tor past favors they respectfully solicit a
continuance ot the same.
feblS-dawlm MOORE it HALSTEAD.
lmiiortcA AlMon.
THIS thorough bred Imparted STALLI0X
win make h's fifth season at my stablrs, near
Gallatin, this year, commencing the 16th
March, and closing the 15th July. Terms. 820
the eaf on, and $1 to the groom. Msjes weU taken care
of at tl per week.
ALBION is too wen known In Middle Tennessee to re
quire any detailed description ot himself or pedigree.
The latter Is pure, ard he and his celts have taken the
first premiums at most ot the Fairs In Middle Tennessee,
marl-wit GEORGE ELLIOTT.
J. W. WATSON,
Merchant Tailor,
HAVING removed to No. C Court street, between
Main street and Front Row, begs to return his
thanks to his friends and the public generally for their
liberal patronage for the last tlx years, and hopes, b
strict attention to business to merit a continuance ot the
same.
Having engaged a No. 1 Crtter, of long experlenee.be
is now prepared to make up his goods In first rate style,
and cheaper than any other house In Memphis, fer cash,
ne buys far eash and sells for caslL feb27-3m
GEO. DIXON.
A TT0RNF.T AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Memphis.
j Tenn. Office, south side ot Court Square, one door
west of Wallace's Auction uouse, up stairs.
feb5-dtt
SURG BUY.
DR. t BXXER attends exclusively to Surgical Dlseaas,
su as Piles, Fistula In Aco, Strictures, Stone In
Bladder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, PoljpuJ, Diseased
Bones and Joints, Determines from Burns, Hair-Lip,
Contracted Tendons from loss of Lips. Cheek, Nose, Eye
lids, Stc., Closed Jaws from Salivation, and all other dls
eases and deformities requiring Surgical aid.
sep20-dtwawlyls
ElfE AND EAR.
TiR- FENNER also attends to all Diseases of the Eye
XJ and Ear, and Is prepared to Board patients from a
distance.
rt- Office on Main street, In Walkers Buuaing, resi
dence on Court street. sepSO-dtwawlyina
DR. JOHNSON'S INFIRMARY,
TOR DISEASES OF THE
EYE AND EAR
aTSTJ-FTT? TTOJJS.
litiERTioa or
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c.,
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,
my27daw MEMPHIS, TESfl.
Hallet, Davis &- Co.'s Pianos.
sis. or trose spiesraia ncvea vcave
i Piano Portrs, receired per steamer Pete
f If U If (7 Whetstone, and for sale at Boston prices.
freight added, by
Janl7
MeKINNET CO.
E. W. RUCKER,
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
i r FElia his servhM la tbe nnMIl iihI will rive
J prompt attention to any business connected wth his
vocation. He may be found at his - face on the west
side of Main street, sooth of Union, (Caaevaa's Band
ing,) No. 3J6, unless absent n pr ifeestenal basinets.
REFERENCES
J. B Chadwlck, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. Prevlae, Rebertaon Tepp,
B B WaddeB, Philip H. Thompson,
John S. Claybreek. fet-5-ly
PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS ! !
WE are raaaaractarlBg the "Bellf ar" aad ''Livings
ton" Ploughs. Persons waatiBg them will give us
a call. A. STREET it CO.,
feb5-daw2m Poplar street.
NEW CASH STORE.
T. XX X -3Z" Xa OH,
181 Mala-St., opp. Worsham House,
PLANTATION, STAPLE AXD FAXCTI
DRY GOODS,
Men's and Tenth's Clothing,
Hats, Shoes, Stc, Stc,
Saddlery, Goes, Rifles, Call err,
Boys' Double Guns, Fine Tobacco and Tea,
LOW FOR CASH
To Consumers or Dealers.
ocl2.dtwawly-U
$500 Reward!
BT an Older of the Board ot Mayor and Aldermen ot
tbe city of Memphis, the Mayor is authorised to pay
a reward of Five Hundred Dollart tor the apprehension
and conviction of the murderer or murderers ot WM. G
TANNER, on Monday evening, the 9th lnst.
Now, thereiore, I, Thomas B. Carroll, Mayor ol
the city of Memphis, do, in obedience to the feregolcg
order off r th? sail reward of Five Hundred Dollars for
the apprehension and conviction of the murderer or mur
derers of Wm. G Tanner.
febl3-2m THOMAS B. CARROLL. Mayor
Co-Partnership Notice.
MR. MILTON McKNIGnT, late of New Orleans, ha
become associated with ns In the Grocery and Com-
mlssicn Business dating from tbelst lnst The stylecr
the firm will hereafter be GATES, WOOD iMcKNIGHT.
Memphis, Teb. 10, 1857. GATES it CK)D.
M. GATES A. M- WOOD 5L M'XNIGKT
GATES, WOOD & McKNTGHT,
Gvocavs, l v o il u " A
AND
COilETnSIOi JEERCIOlIVTS,
XO. 3 CXION STREET, MEMPHIS .
AGENTS Haiard Powder Company ; Colliers Whlli
Lead and Oil Company, St. Louis; for sale of LI?
erpool Salt feb!3-tt
NEW BOOKS,
AT LAMB, YOUNG & CO.'S,
SO. 259 AfALV STREET.
KANE'S ARCTIC EXPEDITION, a new supply.
Xew Grenada: Twenty Months In the Andes, by
Holton.
Perry's Japan Expedition, a new supplr.
El Gringo; Or, New Mexico and Her People, by
Davis.
Dot 1, by a Stroller in Europe.
Prescott's Robertson's Charles V., 3 vols.
Recollections ef a Life Time; Or, Men and Things I
nave Seen, by S. G. Goodrich.
The Adventures of a Roving Diplomatist. By Htnry
Wyoff.
Mtllednlcta; Or, A Thousand Pleasant Things.
The Play-Day Beak, 1 y Fanny Fern
The Humors of Faleoabridge. by J. F. Kelly
The Poddleford Pipers ; Or, Homers of the West, by
H. H. Kily.
Little Durritt. by Charles Dickens a new supply.
The Toung Tagers ; Or, Hunting In the South of
Africa, by Capt. Mayae ReM.
The History aad Records of the Elephant Club, by
Does ticks, i
Home aad the World a new work.
The War of the Peasant, Hendrlck Conscience.
Grandmother Lee's Portfolio, for Children.
Poems of Horace and James Smith.
Abbott's Henry IV.
Abbott's Science ot Common Things a valuable bock
tor children.
The above are lust received, together with a number of
other late and valuable works, to which we would call the
attention ot the public.
feb26-lw LAMB, IUUAU et. iu.
WANTED.
A SITUATION as Book-Keeper or salesman tn a Dry
XV. Goods or WhoJesaleGroceryHeuse.byanexpeneacea
hand. Unexceptionable references can be given.
Ad
dress H. R. , a', the offlce of this paper.
fb21-lwe
FOR SALE,
ON the most liberal terms, a very desirable
RESIDENCE, on Jane's Avenue, containing stx
rooms besides a servant's roounand krtceea, all
new and In cool order. The Lot Is one bunured
feet front by one hundred and sere ntv deep, and If yea
want a bargain, call on JNO. W. LEFTWICH, on Secoad
street, next to the Post Office, or
feb2S-lw J. at. aiiAW .
ffiissolution
fTIHE partnership of Smlthwick, Wray St Co. was dls-
I . . ... . n . . , . 1 . I 1 .... I 1
i soveu on tne lutn lust., uy iuc wiiuuuhiivi a
A. Smlthwick
J. R WRAT and X W. SMITH will continue the Dust
ness at the old stand, under the name and style of J R.
WRAT et CO Tne dooes or tae oiu arm wui reman
with J. R. Wray St Co., who are ready to settle all out
standing claims. Those owing smitnwicx, ray & vo,
wi,l please pay as soon as convenient.
J R. WRAT.
A. W SMITH.
Memphis, Feb. 21, 1357. feb28-3w
Camets & Curtains
tttst re- eired. a larse assortment of elegant Velvrt,
J Brusse.g, Tspestry, Three Ply, Superior and Common
Carpets, Rugs, (juris ins, uomices, etc
Sep!io-lI 11- Jt. uwwtflaw.
TO PLANTERS
TTTE would call year attention to our large ana very
ur l
VV complete
stock of Planters' Farming Tools and
TTtenalls. viz :
Plows, American ana t-ngiua wara,
noes, Trace Chains, names;
Cotton Rope, to- Plow Lines, Girden Tools ;
Corn Shelters, Fan Mills, Straw Cutters ;
Blacksmith's Tools, Stc
febl7-2w McCOMBS St TRICK.
Received This Day, and for Sale.
1 AH BBLS. Superfine Flour;
1 U U 100 bbls. Extra Family Flour ;
150 " Fancy Illinois "
60 " T narrisoa's '
60 ' Capo Jassamin
100 tegs No. 1 L-af Lard ;
5 casks new Bacon Hams ;
250 lwxe, halt and quarter boxes Candles ;
100 boxes Western Reserve Chees ;
200 bags Co See, Rio, Lagulra, St. Jago and
Java;
110 hbds Sugars;
60 bbls Crushed Sugars ;
15 bbls Powdered Segals;
25 bbls Coffee Sugars; x
50 bbls and 50 halt barrels Molasses ;
200 bbls and half bbls Dexter Whisky ;
300 kegs best Eastern Nails-
Plaster Paris. Cement. Lime. Soda anf Butter Crack'
ers, Champagne Wines and Cider, Pickles, Catsups,
Sauces. Baltimore Ovsters. Lobsters. Tobacco. Cigars,
Matches, Btms, Buckets, Tubs, and everything kept in
a Grocery Honse, all of which we wiU sell, wholesale or
retail, cheap, to the traae.
HANCOCK, CLARK At CO.,
febi7 No. 16 Front Row, Memphis.
C. P. M. K0LA5D A. S. IIVET
IVOIxAND & CO.,
GENERAL AGENTS
AND
Collectors,
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
REFER TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen and Capt
Charley Church. feb7-tt
53-News, Enquirer aad Fowlkes' Express copy till
roruia.-iy-
1. R0RO i. J. JESNV
JAMES BORO & CO.,
(WHOLESALE GROCERS
L ASD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
NO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
feb21-dawly
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY
HUBER & WINKELMANN,
CARFFNTJERS
AND
CABINET MAKERS,
Main-St., 3d Door helow Union
ARE prepared to fill all orders in the
House Carpentering and Furclture busi
ness with neatness and dlpatch.
Repairing and Varnishing executed la
the best style. We warrant all work done in our shop,
Uiva us a can. feti7-tm
L. FEATHERSTOy.
ATTORNKT AT UW, Madison, St. F
. Arkansas. Will attend promptly 10 al
trusted to his care, tn tbe following con
St. Francis, Crlttendea, Polnset te, Jackson, &
roe and Phillips. -
gtisrdlattcnus.
Thos. Peters' Residence for Sale.
I HAVE for sale the Rhlesee and 183H acres ot land
belonging te Thomas re ten. Esq., tying on the State
Lino Road and the Memphis and Charleston Ratlrcad, 21
miles east ot Memphis, at Bray's Station The Improve
ments consists of a Jwe ling, built In Gothic Style, 9 large
rooms and 2 smalt ooes, with cUsets, store rooms, Stc
riurhen. 2 servants' rooms, cistern, wen, stables and
ham earrlaze house, waxes shed, Stc, Stc. In short, it
Is on- of the best improved places in Shelby county, all
new and In r-erfect order. I wUl sea the improvements
and 63 H acres of land,- er a'l together. If desire!, I win
sell the stock ef sheep, hogs, and cattle, corn, fodder, oats
and pork, slaughtered aad packed lo-the smoke house, A
inmin win be riven aotIt to Thos. Peters, on the
premises, or to G- B- LOCKE,
dec 21 Aactlefieer and Real Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sale.
I OFFER tor sale, upon good terras, the former Resi
dence of 0. P. King, Esq., lying oa the north side of
the new State-line read, a mile and a half east of the
city. The tract contains II aires, and Is improved with
a small residence of three rooms, well aad other improve
ments. Also, four acre wood lot, nearly opposite. Tils tract
la within three quaaters ef a mBe ot a good church aad
school, and Is In one ot the beat and healthiest neighbor
hoods In the vicinity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE,
novll Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Just Received.
80,000
via
CIGARS, soue very superior.
11. 11. ruiit-a,
Main street.
f bl9
Piano Fortes for Sale.
I HAVE la store, jast received direct
Vow T.rt -PWSPT.V1? PT AVfl
ejjffl FORT'S, from 6 1-3 to 7 octave, ot supe-
J y rlor Snua and different styles, sosae being
tola Id with Pearl. Tty-y will be sold at greatly redao-d
Driees. This pretenls a most faveraMe opeartUBity to
purchase a superior Instrument at .a bargain. Terms
made t salt psrobasers. G. B. LOCKE,
dec-:3 tf Aactleoeer asa Kai estate ureter-
Wanted.
THREE ar fear ged MATTRESS MAKERS wanted
tmmvdiatery. Gud wages cirea. at
Ianl7 Mia.ije.i vu.-a.
JYetv Furniture
MeKINNET it CO. have to tery races v
ed a cooslderabie lot of SBC FURNITURE
from New Tork and Bos tea, to which
they unite the attention of purchasers,
at 19 Main Street, Memphis. Jnl.
Chamber Furniture.
BEAUTIFUL Mack enameled. paia and ornamental
Oak Chamber setts, just received hv
MeKINNET CO ,
JsnI7 11 Main street
WANTED,
A SITUATION as Baok-Keeper or Shipping Clerk, by a
jLV. Teaa;
Man from St. Loots. Good reference given.
Address
C. H. MARTIN, P. O
!aal7
New JAqiior Mouses
AND
STEAMBOAT BAR STORE.
THB subscriber begs respectfully -o inform his friends
and the public generally that he has opened tha:
large and handsome buildinz. No 3 Adams street, three
dears beow the Worsham House, where will be roand at
all Ubks tee choicest o. bottled Brandy, Whisky. (Scotch
and IrMs,) the Soest French Wines, HotUad Gin, Lon
don Farter, and Toaster's celebrated Scotch A- Also
on bawl a large stark of floe Teas, Preserves, Cigars,
Tobacco, Stc. Steamboat Btf keepers arc resaectf aUy so
licited h call and examine my stock Before parenasing
elsewhere.
feM-lra J. K. McDONALD.
T WE NTT Thensaad HaraaS Cigars tn store aad for
sale by
nev27-tf . HUIDXA.MIK1U.,I.
FIFTEEN TEMBsaBd peasas Goshea Batter la store and
for sale by
nev27-lf BOTH JtA.MIKtl50.t-
200
SACKS chetce Irish Potatoes in store and for
sale by
nav27-tf
BOTD & ANDERSON.
FIFrr bMs. OM Rye Whisky and Bosrtoa, warranted
pure, in store and far sale by
BUIU fit JMlSSMJ.-i,
nov27-tf Ne. 157 Mala street.
CHAS. D. FONTAINE,
ATTOBNET AT LAW, Pontotoc, Miss., wffl at'.er.d
strlctiv to all nrefesstenal business which maybe
eatrnat d to him in any ot the Courts ot North Missis
lppl. reon-iy
Pianos, Melodeons, &c.
A FEW more an band, from best ma-
9kers, Including Chiekerlng Jc Sons'.
Pianos Tuned, by applying at
feill GEO. FLAHERTT St BRO'S.
At MerrimmVs9
YOU WILL FIND
s
PECTACLESt Slncle Temple, gold.
SPKCTAC! E3 1 Jack Downing Slides, goto.
SPECTACLES I Heavy SIMIes, gad.
SPECTACLES 1 Wire Temples, gold.
SPECTACLES I Turn Pin Temples, gM.
SPECTACLES I Extra Fine Temples, gold.
SPECTACLES 1 Gold Frames Perisospic Glasses.
SPECTACLES l Gold Frames, Doab e Convex Lens.
SPEOrACLKSl Gold Frames. Convex Lens.
SHCTACLES! Gold Frames, $5 to $20.
SPECTACLKSl S-lver Frames Silver Temples.
SPECTACLES ! Silver Frames, Jack DowBlng Slides.
SPECTACLES! Silver Fr mes, Heavy SIM'S.
SPECTACLES ! Silver Frames, Periscopie Lens.
SPECTACLES ! Sliver Frames, d'bie Caavex Glasses.
SPECTACLES I Silver Fran e, Coseave Lens.
SPECTACLES I Silver Frames, $tto $1.
SPECTACLE i I Steel Frames, Perlsooaic Less.
SPECTACLES! Steel Frames, Double Convex Lem.
SPECTACLES ! Steel Frames, Concave Glasses.
SPECTACLES Steel F ames, S rgle Temples.
SPECTACLES! Steel Frames, Turn Pin Temples.
SPECTACLES I Steel Frames, with Clerical Eyes.
SPECTACLES! Steel Frames, Bine Glasses.
SPECTACLES I Steel Frames, Green Glasses.
SPECTACLES 1 Steel Frames, Grey Glasses.
SPECTACLES I Stl Prames.wlth Doable Eyes.
SPECTACLES I With fine set work Protectors.
SPECTACLES ! Gold Frames, with Seringa.
SPECTACLES I With Springs, Shell, eeacave.
SPECTACLES t With Springs, Shea, nearer.
SPECTACLES ! With Springs, SHver. aval,
sr-, r -CLES! With Springs, oval. Steel.
SPECTACLES! With Springs, round Eyes.
SPECTACLES 1 Hand Spectacles.
SPECTACLES! With Doee-hoMef s.
SPECTACLES t For yoang perseaa.
SPECTACLES 1 For middseage.
SPECTACLES t For old people.
SPECTACLES! For short sight.
SPECTACLES 1 For weak sight.
SPECTACLES I Por cataract eyas.
SPECTACLES ! For ladies.
SPECTACLES! For gentlemen.
SPECTACLES! For servants.
SPECTACLE31 For all Mads at ayes.
SPECTACLES! Of all prices.
SPECTACLES ! "With noBansease abeut them."
SPECTACLES t Of the "Sparkler" variety.
SPECTACLES 1 For Railroad OSces.
SPECTACLES I For Railroad travelers.
SPECTACLES! That will salt you,
EverythiBK else In our line that yea may be ia want ot:
Watches, Jewelry, SHver Ware, Plated Ware, Guns,
Canes, Cloaks, wHl suit yon.
Com and see ( J. E. MHRRIM AN St CO.,
2J3 Maln-st., Union Block,
febS? daw2w Memphis, Tens.
Drv Goods at Wholesale.
TUST received, direct from New Tork, an consignment,
J at upwards of $30,000 worth ot seasonable Staple
Dry Goals. The gooUs being oncnsIgnraent, I can at
f ard and will sell better bargains than ever was offered lr
thlcity. Merchants and planters, who wsshtobuyby
the ple will And to their Interest to examine my stock
before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKS,
nov5 Auctioneer ana itesi restate uroaer.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
mHE RESIDENCE recently occupied by James T. Fel
I tit. on the New State Line roaJ, with fourteen acres
of land, or more. It desired.
ALSO, anew Frame uweujug, wnn six cemionai..e
rooms, good garden and out-houses, on Central Avenue.
oppoMte the nsldence of Gen. I. G. Harris. Apply e
J. M. SHAW St CO., or JAS. A. CARNES.
ftb-21-dlw
IMMENSE SUCCESS!
Over Two Thousand Bottles of
J. H. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED STRENCiTfiriN
IXG CORDIAL AND BLOOD PUMFIEU
WAS s.li
last week,
and the de
mand Is In-crcaslngeve-ry
day The
great sa c
that has so
very rapidly
sprnag np
for this rem
edy. Is ow-
Its. Tncusands of weak, feeble and debilitated persons In
tbli citr have been made healthy and strong by taking it.
It Is tbe best alternative ia me worm, and toe on y
remedy that wiU purify the Mood, and at the same time
strengthen and invigorate the whole organization.
It will eurctuany cure all complaints of the Liver,
Stomach or Bowels, such as Liver Complaint, Headache,
Biliousness, Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Loss
of Appetite, Nervous Diseases, Fatntness, Weakness or
any disease of the Womb, Kidneys or Bladder ; and re
move yellowness or seres Irom the skin. It is a sure
pretentlve against Teilow Fever, Chills, Ague and
Fever, Cho era, or any prevailing epidemic. There is no
mitake about It.
Jj- Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction. Try
it It is very pleasant. It leaves a deUghtful aromatic
flavor In the mouth after taking it.
J. H. McLKAN, Sole Proprietor of this Corli.
Also. McLean's Vokante Oil Liniment.
CJ-Principal depot on the corner of Third w! Pin-
streets, St. LouU, Mo. For sale in Memphis, by
O. D. JOHNSON. Agent.
feh3-dawlv corner Madison and Main treev.
Restaurant I
OIT TJNION STREET.
TnE subscriber respectfully laforms his old friends and
ALL the public, that he has. opened a new Restau
rant 00 rui-m street, wkrre ne is prepared to iaiu
the best vltnds that can be found in the market served
in the beat Parisian styles, Oysters, Game. Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds In fact, everything suited
to the flaet aad most delicate epicurean uste.
Give me a call I have six dlfiVrent rooms for the ac-commudili-'H
of Private Parties I wUl not be outdone
in any branch connected with my business.
fet20-tf UU3. uuri-itnui.t.
Just Received.
1 r A CASKS Booth it Sedgwick's London Coriial
1 O U Gn. by H- H. POTTER. Main, street,
f,19 Third door North Worsham House.
Imio5tant to Commission Mer
chants and. Others.
SrPEaiSTESDEHT'S OrricE.M. JtO.R. R., )
February 18, 1S57.
".WING l tie fact that many claims are presented to
If thu olte- far loss and miscarriage of Freight, it has
compelled ci to is ue and publish the following lnttruo
tleas to r Agent here:
s aitkte f Freight wHtbeuenvereaioauyi-n.oraT,
I
I. en aad aft-r this date, without a written
In person r firm to whom the f- eight nuy be
A Hai will e fauna at tne emce or ice agrnt
any each morning, showing to whom freight
it and for wnem receive-.
HENRT COFFIX, Superintendent,
New
3
Regular
JTant
P. MAINGAU
dec30-3m
GENERAL STEAMBOAT AGEI.T,
SHIPPIJiO, RECEITIXG AMD DISCHARGING
avEBHOECja.TsrT,.
SO. 3 ROWARVS ROW,
WILL attend faithfully to all business entrusted to his
,r- decl8-2m
13153. S t : S S t 1857.
MOSES MCLELLON & SUPERIOR.
James P. Smith, -Blaster.
BEGTTLAB TT. 8. MAIL PACKET LIKE.
U ON the resumption ot
j? navigation a Une of first
class packets wiu corn-.
-n-nv their resular tries"
ii.ni, riira and Louisville, connecting at
Memphis with the New Orleans packet line, at Cairo
with the Illinois Central Railroad, and at Louisville with
the Louisville and Cincmzatl packet Use.
These Boats are fitted up and furnished inelegant style,
wKh every regard for the comfort and convenience of
passeaga r, are once red by carefol and experienced men,
who, by st 1 t attention to business, hope to merit tha
ceafldeace .nd patronage of the public
LAVALLETTE k MORRIS, Agents. Memphis.
oc2I BENEDICT St SON, Agents, LoulsvlHe.
Jj- Eagle aad Enquirer copy.
jlempbls, White River and Napoleoa
TJ. S.. MALL PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia & Concordia,"
STEADIER KATE TiEEE,
JOHN T. snTRLXT, Master.. ..WM. T. WOOD, Clerk.
I. THIS new, splendid ana rasi steamer,
afi having been purchased for the Packet
Trade la place 01 tne james lmiu,"oi
I mtinne rerolarlv In the trade, I caring
Memphis every MONDAT and raAi stJo-wr.
sr., punctually, connecting at Napoleon with White and
Arkansas river beats, 'akiag freight aad passengers to
White river at regular rates. Returning, leaves Xapo
hoa every TUESDAT and SATURDAT, arriving at Mem
phis Ssnday and Wednesday evenings.
Thanxf..' tor former patronage, the owners hepe to
merit a con tlnaaace ot the 1 ame to their new boat, pro
mising strict attention to business.
LAV ALL-TIE it MORRIS, Agents.
Xotice to Shippers. The "Frlsbee" wM receive
freight until one 'clock on MoT ays, and dBring the en
tire day Thursdays, and until one o'clock Fridays.
oetlS
MEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS
& 1 QrW
1856.
AUt I
PACKET Til ISJit
r order to accommodate the public, the owners and
masters of the Packets heretofore in the trade between
the two citi-s have organlied a Company to rcn a Tri
Weektj Line ef Packets between Memphis and New Or
leans, under the name and style of the
Jlernphis and New Orleans Packet Co.
""The Boats composing the Line are all of the first class,
inferior to none la the West or South, for speed, comfort
and safety. They wiU leave each place every ilcndoy,
Wednesday and Friday, at 3 o'clock r.x. .
Particular attention vrill be paid to vay buttneu.
Monday Packets.
NEBRASKA B Alex. Irwin, Master.
INGOMAR L.MeDonoaxh, "
Wednesday Packets.
JOHN SIM0NDS -Wm. wray. Master.
H. R. W. HILL. .inos. it. .-ui,
Friday Packets.
BEN FRANKLIN -M. G. Anders, MalUr.
BELFAST H. X Church, "
Shippers aad Passengers may rely on the punctuality of
the boats ot this Une. .. .
A centinBince of the patronage hitherto extended to
the owners of this Une is respectfully solicited.
LAVALLETTE St MORRIS, Agents.
5- Offlce adjoining W. B. Richmond 4t Co., corner
Court street and Front Row. ep
sep 3
CMRN. JIUXjIjERs
Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler,
HadUon street, betieeen ifoia ani Front Rom,
OPPOSITE THE CIT1IENS' BANK, MEMPHIS, TEXX.,
TJ KSPKCTFULLT announces to his friends and the
JX public in general that he has permanently located
himself at the above stand, where he may constantly be
found, ready to give attention to those who ray favor
him with their patronage. I will always have on hand
a splendid assortment of various Improved Spectacles,
also a variety ot Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, kc Re
palrisg done in every branch of the basinets at abort
notice, and warranted. Janll-dtwawly
ET1PKOTED SPECTACIES.
JUST received, a splendid assortment of various kinds
ot Improved SPECTACLES.
Optician. Watch Maker and Jsweler,
Madiscn Street, between Main and Front Row,
Opposite Citizens' Bank, Memphis, Tesa.
ThMr!hrated Glasses are grouad on the exact prln-
etpteot Spherical Accuracy, of a concavo-convex xnlrr
form, admirably adapted to the organ of sight, can la
used te pursue the most minute employment, either by
day or cam He light, with perfect ease lo the eye, and
never causes mat sjumae u m. v. ,-- -
sallerrtntbe eyes, that many experience In using tha
eaBHBea Spectacles, but sirengmen ana improve ice
essst, as wm be seen from the following testimonials:
JYom lion. A. Johnson, Gov. of Tenn.
w. n iiBi t i- Sir: Having fully tested the merits
at year Improved Spectacles, I do not hesitate to say
that laey excel any I have ever tried, and find the pecu
liar raaaaer la which they are ground, obviates the pain
I have ireqieatly experiencea m J"-X 'XT
. ran Dr. Barton, of A'ew Orleans.
KSOXVILL r, TESS.. June 2Sth, 1S55.
?r r. v nr.T.En. OotlcianDrar Sirr The glasses you
have prepared fer me exceed In distinctness and briHlaacy
af vision any I have ever used. The principle of a focus
acee medated to every motion 01 iuicjc,hii..
as It prevents fatiaue to the organ, and does not impair
vHssn. The beautiful transparency of the glass, with Its
great hardness, gives adnrahlHty which is Invaluable to
these having a constant demand for them.
These improvements are recommendations for their we
highly meriting public patronage.
Very respectfully, your ooeeat khuu,
1 ' G. H. BARTON. M.D., of X.O.
Froa Eon. A. SIcCleUand, Ex-iteaoer oj wsyrw,
lennetsee.
Mr. C. Mblixr 5rrl find your glasses to he far su
per ler to those la common use. A. Mctjiijj.u.
Prom Eon. W. H. Humphreys. Judge of the Federal
IMUri, enneuec.
t t,... i-rieA u r. K niter's scectactes. I consider eta
altogether superior to the spectacles commonly used.
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n AA. JlVJUUiiaaw
From Sand, R Rodgers. Senator from Knox and San t
Counsici, itTwewe.
Sir: I take great pleasure in stating
the pubiietbat 1 am u-ingyourlmproved Spectacles with
perfect satisfaction, both by daylight and eandetlghU I
consider them a valuable Improvement.
OAJU A AVWA -
REFERENCES.
G. H. Kyle, Jackson, Tenn.
Thomas GameweU, Jackson, Tenn.
Hon. John Read, " "
V. B. Woodfolk, M. D-, Cotton Grove, Tenn.
W.W. Hawkins. BrownsviHe, Tenn.
Wm.C. Bruce. M. D-. " "
Mayor A M. Shaw, Somervffle, Term.
Wm. H. Poln-lexter, " "
The Spectacle Lens la common use, fence double con
vex, have but one focus, and that being in the centre, ad
mits of a perfect vision only through the centre. Now a s
the eyes, in relllng from side to side, depart from thta
point, It Is affected by the distortions Incident, and oeca
slonsia weak eyes fatigue and pain, and tn strong ey
a more frequent eha- ge ot glass for those of higher rowo
than is caused by the staple flattening of the eye by ate ;
or to use the language of many, they make the eye grow
older Could the glass be attached to the eye, so as to
move'wlth It, or the head be made to turnand aceoramc
date the sight, while the eyes remain fixed, the doubl
convex lens would not be so objectionable. But as neither
of thse plans could be very well accompllihed, aa easier
method to remedy this Important defect In all hither to
construe; ed helps to the defective human vision Is desira
ble This end UOOtainca in toeac iai -iiv,
not only central focus, but, for an Practical purposes, one
thran-hout, the objection above named is obviated, as they
wm enable the wearer to perceive objects at every anjpe
of vision, with all the correctness of the natural healthy
steht. lanll-daw.-
PUBL1C COTTON WAREHOUSE.
- -. tojUKO JNTOTIO.
THE undersigned having leased tho spacious Cotton
iK-niu earner of Monroe and Third streets.
lately oecuplrdby Messrs. Chapman k Co are prepared
to Stare Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and Merchandise
generally, apon favorable terms ntTVWTnitr-
ETCHATABIwE fc SRO.,
NTJESEEIMEITj
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the
Horn Lake Road, have on hand a fine as-.
nr SHK RHKtir. in mrrt
partment, consisting ia part ef
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Poors, CQiexiriosi
Apvicots, IXcetavmcs, &c.
Also. Rasoberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply of Xvergreess, Green House
Plants, Bt-bous Roots, Rhubarb and Asiaragus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be runc-
tually attended to, and all Plants guaranties 10 oruer
and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens In town
or country, at the shortest notice.
fb20-2m miiUAi ao. . aw.
NOTICE.
HAVING qualified at December Term, 1S56, of the
County Court of Fayette county, Tenn., as Adminis
tratrix of the estate c-I tne late jouu . wuui, -cv-.-cv..
I hereby notify all persons having claims asalnst said
Estate to present mem xor pays-co wiuiiu io uaw pt -arrihed
bv law. and all those Indebted to said Estate to
come forward and make learned lite payment.
jan27-dawlm MAltx r. jsuau, Aomi latratrt-.
Laths aad Shingles.
BOGERT St WITT are still making Laths, and are al
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. Mm on Wolf
Tlrer, above the Bayou. July I8,'S6-Iy
Lots at Private; Sale.
I OFFER for sale, upon easy termat unimproved Lots,
121, 122. 125, 12S, 103, 101, 13(313-, Improved; Lots,
169 and 170 being oa the plan ot subdivision of Gteesuaw,
SaCirrans, Looney it Keele. -Pi?- LOCKS.
Bov2-tf Auctioneer aad Real tTa Bgaihr.
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