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M EMPHIS .
EOSKISG, SOTEKBEE S, 1S57.
BELL, BESTOH AHD EOUST05.
Tbl trio were H,'t one time, honored and
disliDjaUhed members of the Democrttic party.
.Tbey were each arrayed, shoulder to shoulder,
byjOje oM hero of the II trait age as trusted,
leaders 1b the victorious policy, which he
Uaagwited 8,PreIdent of the Dnlted State.
Ope the arms of the Democracy tnej were
raited up to distinction and trust. Mr. Bell
wastfee saccessful candidate for Speaker of
the United 'States House of
over J Axes K. Pots, and his
that he was a better Jackson man. Mr. Ben
ts stood by the Old Chieftain and manfully
faogbt for his policy against the Titans of the
"Wfi4g party in the Senate, endearing himself to
tbe Democracy of that day by his vigorous ad
veeacy of tbe principles of the party.
G- HfrCsTox always claimed to be the pe
caHar champion of Gen. Jacksok, and the De
mocracy of Texas made him their first Senator
in Congress. Cut in an evil hour, each of
these able men, who became men cf mark by
associating themselves with the Democracy,
f eH from their high estate, listened to tbe se
deetire whisperings of Ambition, and joined
the opposition. Where are they now? Tbe
first of them who felt 'has been the last to re
reive the emphatic condemnation of his con
stfraents and has at last been expelled from the
Senate by a deliberate vote of the peaple -whom
he has misrepresented. Mr. Bill has been
rejected by Tennessee from the councils of the
confederacy, asd now takes his place by the
tMe-cffBESTOX tod Houston the victim of a
It Is true that he has a short probation cf
two mere sessions in the Senate to finish his
coarse. Bat of what value or honor will this
be to him when he is conscious that a majority
o9 the State which he represents has pronounced
& verdict of condemnation upon -his acts, aud
has appointed a successor to await bts retire
ment? He now holds a seat in the Senate
rafirrlj- pre ftrma, -He only represses his
State by the forms of the CoestHutiee, ami not
by tbe wish of these who first elected him
tfce&Kftrtty of the people. Haw hassiliatiBg
Basset such a position be to a man of intellect
sal one who has been honored and trusted in
tAtj-astl Beats asd Houston are happier
In she onnvicttsn that their race is already rut,
then Mr. Bell can be in tfces wearing tbe
QMknry f official station, without any of the
lienor and true dignity which it ought to brine;
1 its incnabeat. He is bow emphatically tbe
Ssnater Jrm Tennessee, not TeenesssVa Setta-
Oae of the coolest articles that we have
Mnly seen, emanated from the Eagle and E--futrtr
Sunday morning, advising er Sena
tor and Representatives in tbe Legialatare
what to 4n with the suspended basis. It wiH
boc be forgotten that this sastt Ealt stereo
typed apen these geatiemeo tbe charge of being
"Bank candidates " in tbe late canvass, it
etns that it bas not new confidence eaongh in
tfeeaosfe procBrities of these geutletnea to trust
afcee as " Bank" members, wHhest tbe benefit
of lis adtice. When will wonders cease?
S2T Some parts of New York State have
beea risked by furioas snow storms.
2" There is a sleepy ceaaty in 'Mlssonii
called Nodaway county.
57" One of tbe members of the Missouri
Legislature in named Blow. .When his time is
u there wttl be a ' Bievv et.
3?" Tbe London Tinea estimates that it will
cost five hundred mUHoos of dollars to suppress
tax revK la British ladie
s'" The Bember of emigrants arrived In
IS?, tbas far, bas been 155,613, against Wi,
S6S le tbe period last year.
Qsr" A- Kansas correspondent of the Clncin
uitf TimttMyt the 1,681 names returned as
vaWng in ibe'Oxfnrd precinct were, except 138,
eopied from WHKams' Cincinnati Directory.
gTTbe government Insane Asylum in
Taebsngton is deficient in space. One bandred
and eighty patients are cooped op in apart
BKacs intended for eighty. Additions to the
battling are bow proceeding.
"Tfce Washiagten Slur says that no ap
prebentioss are fek in Wasbibgtea bat that the
xeveaae of tbe Government wiH be entirely
adeaaate te Ms necessities. There is a surplus
of $13100,000 in the Treasury.
S Tb bard times wiH bare tbe effect of
filHag a Ae army with bstter material than
bas beea ottering fnr several years past, The
mjarityef tbe new recruits .lately have been
MttW ban cittzeas.
Col. Benton used to talk about geM
flawiag a tbe MIsseari river, but it is now
ci art ay 4awn. Nearly oae baadred ibaasand
Mhws airived at St, Louis on tbe steamer Caf.
Crfrs m Monday, te pay old bills and
pat abase gaeds.
AtPiam, in Obtaiast week, the oiti-
i were uf in arms against tbe negro popu-
, twe,nf whom had made an indecent ex-
peeare of their persons, which was the cause
of ihe excitement, One ef them bad been
feafM whipped, and another tarred and feath
ered. 5?" Tbe freight en cotton to Charleston
aad Savaanah, from aM stations en tbe Mem
phis sad Charleston Railroad rast of Dickson,
is tferee dollars asd eighty-five cents perbale,
not eaceeding five baadred pounds in weight,
aad eeventy-five cents per hundred peunda for
bales weighing over five hundred pounds.
Tbe moreraents of specie appear to be
iatecestiae; to ihe public at this time. The Mo
bite tatty -Vermry, of 22d alt states, thai
" ibe steamer CiHforia brought to Mobile on
tbe 2ist $mft08 to gold, $38,988 for the Bank
oC Mobile and $Xjm let the Southern Bank
New Mail AanANecxENT. Among other
w&r arrangemeats Pestmastar-Genera) Bxswn
Las cealMssl a contract with the Northern
Jtalkuad Cespaay, Allan MAcraneN, Presi
eat, to oaavey the mails from Charleston, S.
C.. by Maant Holly, Monk's Corners, Uenrd
lns Tsranat, Klnzstree, Camp Ridie, Lynch's
Lake, aad Effingham, to Florence, Alabama,
sad bask daHy.
Swindles Qacght. At St, Louis, last
week, Mr. Daniel EaEaseN a wealthy resi
dent ef tbe ctiy,'feraery engaged 'and exten
sively known as a wholesale. SealerTin flour
aad produce, was arrested at bii heme on
Faarieth street, Bear FrankHn avenue, on a
charge f siodling to tbe extent of $14, m.
He was iaaa4 stowed away in a cupboard under
tbe stairs in bis own house.
Heavt Fxoods. Terrible ifary h been
etsrel In tbe East from floods. In Keerser
vilk, K. Y., bridges, mills, factories, bouses
aad stares were swept away, causing tbe lore
ef many thousands of dollars. At Albany ihe
basin ces part of the ckj was sabmerged. All
manner of basiness carried on near tbe river
or cnsnl was entirely suspended, and merchants
coW aaty apfroach their stores by means oi
boats, and enter in the second stories. On
Lake Ontario several vessels foundered. At
Oswego, also, several vessels were wrecked.
At Syracuse the southern part of the city was
covered with water. The inhabitants bad fre
aauatly to wade through three feet depth of
-water te escape. In Massachusetts several
brlogoi em the Eeaebee were carried off. Oa
tbe -OgdeMtmrg Railroad, in New York, the
track was swept away in several placet and
Jleatfc of Xlestenaat B. Harris.
We are pained to leam, from tbe Vsktburg
Xrse Seuliroathat Lieut Resben Habbis, U.
S. X , died (n New. York CHy en the 27th alt.
Lsaat. Sabbis has a bast of -warm fjiends In
tbH city who will deeply deplore his early
eeeih. He possessed many noble and generous
WaHs, which endeared him to all who knew
bira. Tbe Sevtbrtn that alludes to'hiaidecease ;
DstiH or a. Natal OrricEE. We regret
toibear of the death of Lieut, Reuben Harris,
at tbe U. S. Navy, tbe only brother of our
townsman, H- J. Harris, Esq. Lieut Hams
dtetl 1m tbe city of New Y irk, day before yes
terday, aged 31 jeata.
Lieut. H. entered tbe nary in 1840, and was
ie active service from that period to within a
few weeks of bo death. Dunns the war with
Mexico be was attached to tbe Pacific squad
ron and on bis. return to the United btates he
was maieamister in tbe na vy. For two yea rs
lee was stationed at the Navy Yard at Mem
Sls. jtfter which he was atuebed to the Japan
ailion. when be went out in charge of tbe
3$nLczizlo- - rnral ,B ibe CWDa
sSS he was transferred to Commodore rVrrj's
flTrtliUD lie SiuowA. bi-li pe
rtterny to the Oulted S aie wlienhe wa- pfo
, j I. i Lieutenancy. Hie SttagnfAauna
raotta w Meoiterraueu squad
W"fndHa assigned toer,
lervineon berbe paiticipated in ihe
ftfcd ""lfJpt to ly Hie u6- arine tel
asMccessfuUttemp J fc.4hh.tae was in
egraph cable. Btt- M h be IMchtd ,
rSllded and teat '' breatbebls last
orf. time ce, I", Dtrth. Peac.lo
ffi &2Sf w fitfa1 ttvtI m-y hs
The OxrostD MEacuar. The second nam-
berof this ps per published by Messrs. Stsven
s on & Phifps, has come to band. It is gotten
up in handsome style, and It really creditable
both in respect to its typographical appearance
and the. taste and anility with which it is con
ducted to the intelligent and worthy people
whose organ it is. We wish it the greatest
Lafayette Circuit Cbdit. As an evi
dence of the sound condition of Lafayette coun
ty, we may mention the fact ,ihat the number
cf suits 'brought to the last term of the Circuit
Court is unusually small, the session continu
ing one week. The Oxford -Hereto y justly in
lf fr tbu a t .
1..-. ... r 1 r
and free from debt
Col. James R. Cualsjebs. It will be seen
in this issue, that our talented friend and
townsman is now before tbe people as a can
didate for the oSce of District Attorney. Of
his qualifications for tbe office, itisusufess to
raiK ne -win mi ice run ne'ii do ne's a
No. 1. Hersan to Prat.
CoL Chalmers is one of the most brilliant
young men In Mississippi, and would do honor
alike to his State and himself in the position
which be seeks.
E. Baxeidale. We recret to learn that our
able cotemporary, E. Barksdale, of thejtfiiiit-
ttppian, is at tnis ume so muca inuispesea as
to be unaoie to attend to we ewtoriai aepari
ment of his paper. We sincerely hope bis ill
ness will be of short duration, and tnat he will
soon be able to take charge of the helm of our
efficient state organ. runtBr; lun, z.ia.
Nominations in Cab roll. The Democrats
of Carroll county, in convention, nominated
O. L. Kimbkodch for a seat in the lower
branch of the Legislature,' to fill the vacancy
occasioned by Ihe death of Judge Beeves.
The Democrat says that he is as widely and
favorably known as any citizen of the county,
and one of the oldest residents. The election
took place on Saturday last.
The same convention expressed a preference
far the Hon. A. G. Bbottn for United States
Mississirri Centbal, Raclboad. Tbe road
has reached Cvnress creek, eiehteen miles
north of Canton, and tbe passenser train is
running to that point daily. Tbe track laying
U Foiae an steadilv at each end of toe' road.
Early in December the road will be completed
to tbe Teagas Ferry road, on tbe southern end.
and to Water Valley on tbe Bortfa, which will
snake one baadred and tea miles in ranuin; or
der. Carrolton Democrat.
Fob the SrEAKEUHir or Cokobess. T
TascamMa Dtm&crat suggests the Hon. Gi
S. Houston as a proper person to fill the
Speaker's Chair of tbe next Congress, and ex
presses the opinion that Alabama is entitled to
such distinction :
"Though tbe Banner Democratic Slate, and
without a blot on her pobtieal escutcheon, she
has never, we believe, been honored with a sin
gle Cabiuet appointment, nor with any other
aisttngui&hed Federal position, with tbe solita
ry exception of William R. King's nomination
and election to the Vice-Presidency."
Cel. J ere. Clemens, wbo bas been t pending a
few weeks in Philadelphia, superintending the
stereotyping, and reading the proof ef bis new
romince, ' Mustang Gray," has returned home
in fioe health. He informs us that the book
wiH be paUisbed in about three weeks. Lip-
niiicott &. Co. are tbe nublieaers, to WBom or-
tders saoaM be addressed iiuaiiniie Indepen
dent. Tbe same paper says that notwithstanding
tbe cry of bard times, the Missionary Baptist
denomination intend erecting a chnrch edifice
la HantsviHe. The Metbobisis, too, desiga
building another house ef worship in tbe same
Sad ArrLicTioN. We are grieved to an
nounce tbe death of Ana H. Howie, who died
en Wednesday UsU This makes tbe sixth
deatfa in tbe family of Mr. Howie, wbo in this
instance oaa ear sympuBy m wis soaoen ana
sorrowtal aateaea. 1 tor cute jsiran.
Withdrawal. C. P. By.ncm, Esq., has
withdrawn from the Fiereace Gazrtte. He has
been succeeded by Mr. IIayenf-obt.
Hmiicibe in Tallapoosa, We learn frost
tbe Tallapoosa Timer, of tbe 23d last, that Y
B. GeMen was killed in that ceaaty, oc the
lath inet,, by one Elijah Baker ; tbe occurrence
took niace sosae ten or twelve miles south of
Dadeville, near Centre Port,
Tt'e following letter is bat a epecicsen of
what we receive daHy at ear eifiee. We bepe
tbe proper ones will rectify tbe complaint:
EnewsiriLLr. PilrteOw9tr Alt.. I
Ucetfeer, T7tb, I&S7. J
EnrroKS Attzxs. : It bas been nearly two
weeks since I received my Weekly ArrEAL.
This Is a cemsaon occurrence of late, and un
less there is sosse means of maksng tbe time
tborter, it will certainly pat a stop to tbe cir
ealatieo ef your paper at this place te a great
extent, It is a popular paper hi this vidnty
and a favorite one of mine, and ne deabt would
bate double tbe circulation if it coald be re
ceived in due time. It bas come to tbis ofiee
in three days after tbe date of K, which is the
proper lime for it te get here, bat in the place
of that, we receive K six and tea days after tbe
date of it, when every thing becomes old. If tbe
detention is -Wt at Memphis, it saait be at Napo
leon or Aberdeen, both of tbe two latter places
hiving tbe character otbeing nogligeet in their
port eifiee afisirs, and te ray. certain knowledge
they do a reckless bastaesa ia tbe office at Ab
erdeen. L. W. M.
Ia an affray wbteh took place at
Hayaesviiie, Ala., on tbe 19th lost,, James L.
Hainbcwobtu was instantly killed, aad Thos.
A. Scales daBgtreeely wounded. Messrs.
Scales and HAixEeweaTH, betb highly respec
table planters, resided aboat twelve miles be
low Haynesville. An eld misunderstanding
wag. the "origin ef tbe a Sir ay, and pistols the
Kansas Election. A dispatch dated Qaln
dare, K. T., October 22, says : -
" An Injunction from Jadge Cato to Governor
Walker and Secretary Stanton, commanding
them to give certificates of election to tbe
members that were intended te be elected by
the frauds in Johnson county, was served day
before yesterday by a.Deputy Sheriff at Stan
ton's residence, near she old camp, about two
miles esat of LeeoeapWn."
Dispatches from Baltimore state that on
Thursday last martial laiv was proclaimed in
that city by Gov. Lico.v, who has obtained
from Gov. Wise, of Virginia, the use of three
thoasod muskets for the troops sent fo-Balii-,mre.
The editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer
rtmarks upon this subject:
'"That is about the first instance ia which a
city of any State has beea placed aader mar
tial law. during a time of peace, by its Gov
ernor. That Governor Ligon wefgbedwell all
the necessities for such a step, we have no
doubt. He is a very cool aad deliberate gen
tleman, and is not inclined from tempera ment to
so anything rashly. Tbe history ef Baltimore
for the past two years shows that tbe present
Mayor of Baltimore cannot, or will not, pro
tect Ihe citizens from the violence of rowdies
and cut-lbroais ; the latter seems to bo the dif
ficulty. Tbe step taken by tbe Governor will,
in bH probability, determine the future of Bal
timore. If tbe organized bands of deepera
iocs, wbo bate had tbe control of tbe city for
sometime past, are not kept in cheek on net
Wednesday, tbe day of ttfe State election, Bal
timore may be regarded as'a doomed city, to be
banned as if it were the seat of pestilence
The dispalch.es say :
".-Gov. Lt'oif has issued a proclamation plac
irg Ibis city -under martial law, and ordering
out two division consisting of seven thousand
men. Tbe'-cammanding officers 'are ordered to
oroll at-oneTaed report for service by Satur
day Bext, and to hold themselves in readiness
a preserve the peace en Wednesday Bext, tbe
dsyfor tbe general electlf-n. The Governor
takes this step against desires of the Mayor,
aut tbe request and up representations made
Ir respectable citizens. The proclamation
bas produced quite a sensation aad some ex
citement, An extra Das just neea puoiiaoetij
giving tbe coTespe-ndeace between tbe Cover?
nor aad Mayor. Tbe latter objects to any in
terference by tbe Governor in the government of
tae city ana says, in coociusioe, uiai as mayor
of Baltimore,-" I bold my commission directly
frojn the people, and am accountable to them
for the manner in which I discbarge tbe trust
of ihe otSce which I have been calerd npon to
assume. It was conferred upon me without
solicitation, and it will be laid down whenever
it shall be made to appear that I bare lost the
confidence of those woom it nas neen my D
ett endeavor to serve, and Ian recognize sab
ordination to do other power within tbe sphere
tf mv ilatv. I deemed it due to courtesy to
afford your Excellency the amplest information
m regara to tee matters io wuicu juu reicr in
your letter, and now invite from you any relia
ble evidence (upon which Ian legally act) of
a combination of part or any of onr citizens to
obstruct the laws of the coming election; but
while I am thus frank in foreshadowing plans
forth e preservation of tbe publice peace and the
twoteetion of everv voter or ever means at mv
rommand, I must be equally scelo declining to
recognize any joint administration of the affairs
of tbis city.
" The powers oi tbe Mayor are believed to
be ample. H bas bis reort In caee.of emer
gency to the civil posse as well as to -the 'mili
tary arm, which, like the former, is placed by
law tinder his control.
It will be bis duty to usa "his best endeav
ors to see that every citizen Is protected in bis
feostKutienal rights, and that the peace of the
city is preserved by tbe means at his disposal.
If, however, it should be attempted to intro
duce a power into tbe city of Baltimore above
that of its regular constituted authorities, oi
if a power fhould be assumed in anticipation
of a slate of things which may not occur, to
brine the military in contact with tbe people
on tbe day of election, without any official re
cognition oa the part ef tbe local authorities,
I can- only -expreta my ainco belief that taeh ;
policy might seriously endanger the peace .of;
tbe city, and lead to consequences which should
be the duty of all good citizens to endeavor, if
possible, to avert.
jsignedj THOMA5 SWANK, JUryor."-
(raoK oca own coBazsrosczsT.
Washington, October 25, 1857.
The organization of the next House cf Rep
resentatives Is what is attracting tbe most al
tsntion at'present, at the Federal Capitol.
There are any quantity of candidates for all
For Speaker Hon. James L. Orr, of South
Carolina, Thomas S. Bocock, of Virginia, and
T. S. Phelps, of Missouri.
For Printer Cornelius Wendell; of New
York, and John W. Forney, of Pennsylvania.
Fcr Clerk Hon. T. C. Allen, of Illinois,
Hon. T. L. Robinson, of Indiana, A. D. Banks,
of Virginia, and Messrs. R. B. Connolly and
Mike Walsh, of New York. . ,
For Sergeant-at-Anns A. .T. Glosbrtner,
For Post Master Messrs. M. W. Cluskey,
of Georgia, S. V. Hunter, of Kentucky, T. M.
Johnson, of Virginia, and Johnson, cf New
For Door-Keeper Messrs. Z. IV. McKnew,
of this District, Peter Gorman, JJ iioraey or
Marvland, R. B. Hackney, J. F. Divine, and
W. D. Phillips, of Virginia, Mr. Wilson, of
Texas, B. D. Daniels, of New York, end a
host of others too numerous to mention.
These gentlemen are alt candidates for tbe
Democratic nomination, for the respective offi
The following table exhibits the political
character of the House.
ep. Dm. X. jr.
it lis "
jfew Hampair... 3
Yermeot. .... 3
Grarsta... ....... ......
TUl.... ...'.M 1J8 - 14
Kefabtteaa u4 Ksw-XUlnrs... 106
Dtssocratte maieritr.. 33
In Louisiana and Maryland. the elections
have not yet been held j but they will probably
stand as we have put them.
The Hon. J. Glaney Jones, of Pennsylvania,
no matter who is the Speaker, will be the
Chairman of the Committee of Ways and
Means, and as a necessary result, the Demo
cratic leader of the House. Mr. Jones' vast
experience, his ability as a speaker and his
thorough knowledge of all subjects connected
with the finances of the country, eminently fit
him for such a position. Besides all this, Mr.
Jones' standing as a national conservative
statesman and as a .Democrat in favor of an
economical government, will Inspire great con
fidence throughout the country that the public
monies wiH not be wasted whilst he heads the
committee that emphatically holds the purse
strings of the government.
The next Congress will be engaged in the
discussion ef many questions which until now
were thought obsolete.
A United States Bank will again be urged at
tbe panacea for the present financial crisis ex
isting in this country. '
A bankrupt act will be looked to for relief
by these whose reckless extravagance and ad- j
veatarous disposition for wild speculation have
brought poverty upon themselves, mined others,
and contributed to destroy the public confi
dence, the lack of which has had so much to
do with tbe present condition of things.
A high protective tariff will be demanded
by the manufactories of New England who at
tribute their own failures to the existence of a
tariff which rather advances toward the Demo
cratic idea of duties for revenue, not for pro
tection, than retrogrades to that demanded to
pamper up capital at the expssss of tbe people.
The friends of Senator Seward, of New York,
are attributing to bim great sagacity for having
ia 1865 predicted a monetary revulsion in 1857.
Tbe Herald of yesterday, attributed the fore
sight of tbe Senator to his constant reading of
that journal. Without wishing to depreciate
tbe merits of either Senator Seward or the
Heratd as prophets, I think the speech of the
Hen. Joseph A. Woodward, of South Carolina,
in the House of Representatives, as far back
as 1S52, beats both of them in knowledge of
future events connected with the finances of the
country. At that time everything was pros
perous and the idea of a commercial revulsion
at an early day was considered chimerical.
Mr. Woodward said, " We should pursue tbe
same financial policy as if the mines of Cali
fornia bad no existence. The discovery of
thesejBiiaes, by the by, and their yield has saved
this country from a commercial revulsion. We
are new ia tbe midst of the period when that
revulsion weald have occurred, bat for those
mines. Tbe causes which were about to bring
on this revulsion are to be found In the great
expansion ef bank currency, producing high
prices, and thus stimulating the mercantile ad
venturer to exhaust his credit abroad, in the
hope of realizing high prices at home. This
foreign debt has been discharged as far as re
quired by the foreign creditor by means of Cal
ifornia gold. But lf no gold had come from
California tbe metallic currency would hive
been drawn off to pay debt, and your paper cur
rency would have lost its basis. Th6 conse
quence would have been tbe calling in of their
paper by tbe banks, leaving tbe people without
any kind of money, either metallic. of paper.
And :f the State Governments will incorporate
banks indefinitely, if the people will receive as
money tbe scrip of town councils, , rail roads,
and other corporations, and if - tbe commercial
adventurer prompted by the high prices thai
follows wilt exhaust bis credit abroad, the
country must take the consequences.
"The gentleman from North Carolina seems to
suppose that as long as the yield of gold con
tinues what it is, we will have a safeguard
agalcat such revulsions for all future'time, or
for an indefinite future. I dissent from that
It will only poMpotie It for a certain time,
under the laws of political economy. Tbe
yield of gold, too, must be progressive in
order to put off sneh a crisis. If a people will
bave a bank currency based upon credit three
paper capitals to one specie capital, or proba
bly no specie capital at alt they must suffer
the consequences, and all the governments on
God's earth taDnot save them from It"
Mr. Woodward, by this speech, showed him
self, as the result proved, to be worthy of tbe
reputation he had whilst in Congress, of being
oae cf the best political economists In it
Mr. Stephen I). Dillaye.the efficient apprai
ser at large for the State of New York, has
made some valuable suggestions in a reeent re
port to the Secretary of hhe Treasury, which I
think will meet with his approval ai-d be in
stantly carried out He recommends that a
general appraiser be sent to Europe to make
.arrangements by which all our consuls and con
sular agent; abroad be required to keep tbe
Treasury regularly posted as to customs, model
of examinations, values of manufactures, mar
ket changes, fluctuations, sudden rises and
falls, general character of shippers and ship
ments, and every species of information neces
sary to promote a more exact and uniform ap
praisal of articles Imported into this country.
.The Department will no doubt avail itself of
tbe high capacity of Mr. Dillaye to go abroad
and arrange all the details for the initiation
and continuation of tbis new and important
Fer tbt Jlrapbll AppeaLI
Motrins, October 31, 1857.
Mcesas. Esitobs: In anarticle appearing in
your issue of this morning, in reference to the
mail for Bay Springs, JUUsissIppI, the Post
master indulges in some strictures upon tbe
Route Agenta for what he deems their derelic
tion of duty or ignorance oi the route:
All we have to say in reply, Is, that If he
will only require of the Postmaster at the point
of delivery, or direction cf the matter for bis
office an "assortment ana forwarding or tae
same he -will not be under the painful iteees-
tity of awaiting " five or sir days for what
should be ree'd In twelve hours." We can in
no wise become resposlble for the failure of
Postmasters at tbe point of direction, assorting
the mags anoVferwardlcgtbem to the points of
dstinatlon. Bay Springs is often reassorted
after having been properly distributed. In reference-
to. the point of direction, Iuka the
Roots Agents Beed no prompting, for their con
slant application, to" the.baslnesspresnppoees a
degree of information' commensurate -with the
full discharge -of their duty.
This mail has been indiscriminately put off
at Corinth, Burnsville, Iuka, (at yoa'request)
every office in Tishomingo county, and frequent
ly returns from each point to the Route Agent,
for reassortment. ..Look to the Postmaster's,
for we cannot Inon lb em.
. . N. 3. SANDERS, ,
Ths Engliii Vie- cf the Tanfe.
The following from the Liverpool .European
Timer ahowa the anticipations of the English
respecting our difficulties:
The Bank of England bas raised the rate of
Interest to six per cent., and the opinion of
many, whose judgment and experience' are
lam. is. that monev harreacbed the minimum
,nftif-f!nrin the nreHent reir. This la almost BO !
nnnreredented event after a harvest of unex- I
ampled prosperity, bot only lathis country, but
VBghout the civilized globe, 'ftevertnelees,
there are slens dlstinetlv marked on the com
mercial honzon which leave little or no doubt
about the fact we have indicated. On tbe con-
tinent. am mare eneeiAl1v In the German
markets, the value of money Is In excess of j
cur own, attriouiaoie, accoruing to some, iu u
excess or railway speculation, and the ab
sorption of large masses of capital in very
questionable undertakings. At Berlin, for ex
ample, the rate of discount is 'six and a half
per cent ; at Hamburg, seven per cent ; at
Frankfort, six ner cent : and at Amsterdam.
five per cent. ; which is sn unusually hieh quo-t
tation lor the last named place, ice iianx or
France cannot but feel this influence, and, in
fact, bas already felt it, as may be seen in the
difficulty which it has found In keeping op its i
stock of bullion the inevitable consequence
of the disruption of the equilibrium elsewhere.
Whilst this is the condition or things on the
continent, our own position is rendered addi
tionally critical by the aspect of affairs in In
dia, and by the commercial tornado which Is
now sweeping over the United States. In the
last named country tbe low state of the ex
changes is such that, instead of sending us gold,
as heretofore, we may probably have to reverse
the operation, and in this position of matters
the payment of debts due from American mer
chants, will be postponed to as remote a time
Add to these discouraging features another
which agitates the money market on this side
of the Atlantic a loan for India and we bave
all tbe elements of commercial embarrassment
in operation at one and the same time. Al
ready the Bank of England has agreed to ad
vance tbe East India Company a million of
money upon the secnritY of its bonds; but this
is notoriously insufficient, except for immedi
ate wants, while there exists a moral certainty
that the East India Company will have to ap
peal to the British Government for assistance.
Ibe Indian authorities are anxious to delay
this appeal until tbe last moment, in order to
avoid, if possible, that change in the system of
Indian administration which might be required
for the concession of the boon, but tbe causes
referred 'to are all conspiring to Increase tbe
rate of discount, aud thus hamper the legitimate
operations of trade.
An opinion prevails that another source of
temporary embarrassment will be f ootid io the
readiness with nblch English merchants will
employ their capital In the American markets
at the present tempting TStes. This coarse, it
Is alleged, will check imports of British goods
and stimulate the shipment of American pro
duce a natural consequence, sappoting the
temptation to bo extensively indulged in. Tbe
low state of the exchanges between this coun
try and the United States will probably continue
ts long as the American securities are ab-
soroea oy iiruisu capital ai ujc ucjjrcciaicu
prices. It is evident that money must com
mand a bish value on the western shores of
the Atlantic for a considerable time yet Tbe
Bank of Enelind, under the circumstances we
bave indicated, is beginning to feel the drain,
and the " screw" will be used In the emergency
as just the feelings aud the interests of the bank
parlor may indicate. Perhaps, before another
year has elapsed, the present anomalous posi
tion of the Bank in reference to the Govern
ment and tbe nation may be modified in a way
which will promote the interests of commerce,
and arrest tbese unseasonable convulsions.
The Great Saca la England Triumph cf Pri
oress. It was announced by telegraph that at tbe
Newmarket races In England tbe Ceaarewltch
stakes, worth $20,000, were won In .gallant
style b the American ratre Prioress over'thlr
ty competitors. Very heavy bets bad been
made acainst her previous to the day of con.
test The well known horse Leeompte, also
tbe property of Mr. Ten Broeclr, died snddenly
of colic Pryor has been rnled off from all bis
engagements for the season. Tbe English pa
pers have tbe following account of tbe race :
The flag was dropped to B beautiful start.
Dusty Miller bore his colors to tbe front with
Queen Bess, Cerva M. Dobler asd tbe Plash
colt following neailf in the order named; Odd
Trick, Fright, Emulator, Zigxig, Warlock,
Prioress and Poodle lying in tbe middle of the
ruck. These positions were unchanged until
reaching the Ditch, wben Cerva rushed to the
front, Queen Bess being in close attendance up
on her, with Odd Trick third, Emulator, El
Hakim, Prioress, Fright, Z'gxag, Trarloek and
the Plush colt, forming the ntxt lot.
At tbe Bushes the pace began to tell, and
Warlock, Plush colt and Poodle dropped back,
and Cerva resigned tbrlad to Queen Bess. As
. . . 1 1 . 1 ll I I I . 1 . 1
t2g?ZZ Z tS T onu
On.ppcbinc th..VQ-. Bess, with
El Hakim at her neck, still held a slisbt lead.
with Prioress r inning by herself on the far side
third ; Fright. Z-czag, Warlock and Emulator
sbowiog in front of the nick. One of tbe most
exciting Cesare witch finishes ever seen then en
sued. Prioress, half way up the cords, seemed
to be about coming in alone, but tbe tiny jock
eys of El Hakim and Queen Bess made a de
termined set-to. and the jadre unable to sepa
rate the first three, pronounced a dead beat
with Prioress, Qeeen Bess and El Hacim.
Fright was next, about a length and a halt be
hind them ; Z-gzag was fifth, about a length in
advance of Warlock, wbo was sixth, and Mar
tinet seventh ; Emulator and Saunterer beaded
the next lot that straggled In. In the extreme
rear, pulled up, were St. Giles, Wild Honey,
Poodle, Fisherman, Black Tommy and the
Mr. R. Ten Ilroeek'r Prioress, by Sovereign,
(bred in America,) -1 years, 6st 91b., (Ford
ham) 1 ; Capt Smith's El Hakim, 3 years, 6at
91b., (Bray,) 2; Mr. Saxon's Queen Bees, 3
years, -1st 10lb., (Grimsby,) 3.
Betting 5 to 4 against 61 Hakim ; 2 to 1
against Prioress, and 3 to 1 against Queen
Bess. The i'heat" was run after the laat
race, In a deepening twilight, which rendered it
Impossible to distinguish the colors of the ri
ders at a distance. El Hakim was first off,
but after goine; about fifty yards. Prioress,
overpowering Fordbam, rushed to the front and
carried oa tbe running to the Ditch gap, where
she was pulled back, and y about three
lengths In the rear, Queen Bess going on with
the lead, closely attended by El Hakim. -.Oa
com io? dowts tlie Bmhtt Hill, Priertti hung
to the left, and a eheut vat railed of "The -imer-tcas'a
beaten !" but Fordkam routed the mare
with hit tekip, and before reaching the foot of the
hill the bore her colert in advance, and, quitting
her opponents half way up the cords, von clever
ly by a length and a half $ El Hakim beating
Queen Bess by a head only for sTcoud place
J load ihont and prolonged cheer hailed the frt
nmph of the .imtrican colon, and Mr. Ten
Broeck was warmly congratulated upon the
first victory achieved by hint In England.
New York Citt Post Office. A New
York correspondent says that the offer made by
the Postmaster General to purchase a, site in
the Park for a Post Office was refused on' tbe
.ground that tbe city authorities had no power
to sell :
According to the New York Timet, tbe city
government, however, 'has full authority, by
virtue of a law passed at the last session of the
" Make conveyance by deed of grant orleate,
of any portion of the Park, to the Government
of the United States, for the ere- tion thereon,
at tbe expense of the said Government, ot sucD
building for tbe purpose of a Post Office, or ac
commodation for the Courts of the United
States, held in said city, and for the officers a
tacbed to said Courts, npon being duly compen
sated for the same." CAan. 770, 3, Laxci of
ft seems to be universally conceded (says the
Timet') that the new post office should be situa
ted5nthe Park; and our city authorities,-it
seems to us, would do well to enter upon nego
tiations with the President in regard to 1L If
the purchase could be made, and tbe erection of
the building could be at once commented, it
would contribute very largely towards iumieh
Ins employment to the laSorirg poor, without
which there must inevitably be extreme suffer
ing among them doring the coming winter!
A National Bank The National Intelli
gencer continues its exploration of the causes
of the financial evils afflicting our country,
finds them to lie in the fact that "our curren
cy has perished,'' and, at the end of a two
column and a halt editorial, says that " a na
tional bank would afford tbe speediest, surest,
safest and wisest remedy."
We cannot possibly atfree-wilh our cotempo
rary, says tbe Boston Pott. In the idea that
our currency " " has perished." Our legal
constitutional currency, we suppose, is our
bard money. No State shall make anything
but cold and silver coin a Tehder in payment of
debts," tbe Constitution says. This sort of
Currency bas not perished ! it sttll lives, doing
ila woric noojy, atniasi toe wrecK oc paper
issues and tbe crash of expanded credit.-
Let us see tbe extent ot tbe damage before
we venture tfoo confidently on the work of reform.-
Let us wait. Washington Slalei.
OrriciAi. Vote of Penhstlvania. Offi
cial returns haver been received from every
county in Pennsylvania. The summary is as
Packer over Wllmot 42,743
Packer over both 14,683
The amendments to the constitution were
adopted by mijorities varying from 91,000 to
109,000. The vote for canal commissioner and
supreme judges was nearly the same, with thai
for Governor. -
A WONOXI-FCL FB.EAK OF NaTUSE. A
lady in Blackford county,, Indiana, recently
gave birth to tt ehildtinly sevf a weeks after a
previous cocfirtmeht. The first child was a
bo v. and was born on tbe 13tli davcf June.
The second child was a girl, and was born on
me 1st or August, uoin emiuren are living.
Filubustees and the Mojcev Panic
It is reported that a number of men from
; Mississippi, now In New Orleans awaiting to
r - u i. ' ih.k..,!:,.i n7.il-... pui. ...
arp In. a "destitute condition. -They are with
out money and the ptessnre of tbe times pre
vents them from obtaining It. Many of them
are. dissatisfied and wish toTeturn to their
Tub New Ekglakd Democbat. This Is
tbe name of a new German paper just started
In Boston. It supports the Democratic ticket
and is anlmatid by the right spirit Success
Senator HcstesT, of Virginia, is out In a
letter denying rumor that he was bpposed to
Mr. Buchanan's Administration.' He disap
proves,! however, of .Ihe' 'come of .Governor
, Nash viW-e. October 30, J 557.
Smdf. Mr. Monday, a bill to prottet the
slives.of married women. ,
Mr.Tl.atcher. a bill to amena the road laws
thi.'Sta.teSr . . . t
Mr. WDittnorne, n oiu io mruu - , .r
February 7, 1850,being an act to authorize the
, n-Mnlbe eAmnaniefl.
Mr whiHhnme. hill to authorize- the
jbuildine; of the Mount Pleasant' and Hamp-
iDire turnpike road.
Mr.-Hetskell, a bill to prevent tbe conflict of
courts in East Tennessee.
Mr. Helskell.for the relief or. coumy u-
... .ih .a
jtr, Helskell, a resolution that the Clerk be
directed to place In the State llbranr cooln ot
every document ordered to be published for the
bse of the Senate, -ties over.
nonsE bills os yibsi bbadino.
A bill to prevent useless expense in appeals
and writs of error.
A 1,111 ,),... lh nime OT tVm. ItaVU
A bill to incorporate Byrd's Commercial Col
lege at Alempnts. Kererreu.
Senate bill to give furiher time to Vttttet
titles to land In tbis State, was taken up, the
amendment of the House concurrcu m, .
mi ...i .-ii., nn the third reading.
miTSm iUimU, the usu
i :.k . S..11 it. n.. The consideration
ry laws wiiu a u . , i .
of the subject was made the special order for
Tuesday, November 10. o,l..n
Senate bill to incorporate the lew Orleans
and Memphis Telegraph Company, passed on
- The Senate then adjourned until Monday 10
Zf0t-The House met, and took recess pre-
i ino Convention with the
tion of a Treasurer Comptroller of tbe Trea
sury, and Registers of tbe Law! Offices.
r called to order bvthe
Pl entYlr Burcbrand th. resolutloh'c.l-
ing the Convention wis read by the fcecr.iary
0":.0.tluV...- ..: -ii f the two Houses,
libra t,iilll tun - ,
nominations were declared to be in order for a
Comptroller cf the Treasury, ai'd .
Mr. Lamb nominated James T. Ounlap,of the
C0Ther Convention proceeded to vote with the
following result: t.m..
Jamen T. Dcnlso received 57 votes r Jtnt
C. Luttrell received 37 votes.
James T. Dunlap was declared duly elect ta.
Mr. Hill nominated Wm. F. McGregor, f
the county of Warren.
ih.r nnninatlnns beint made, the Con
vention proceeded to vote with the following
WnC F. McGregor received 56 votet j H. T.
Dick received 33 votes.
Wm. F. McGregor was declared duly elected.
A Register for the Land Office for the Mid
dle District was next In order, and Moses S.
Swan, of Davidson county, received tae enure
! 41,. ,-
j Tjje conTention then proceeded to the elee-
tion of a Register for the Ltnd Office In the
Mountain (District. -
vMr. Denlon nominated Pmckneyyi. Trnett,
or White county. .... . T v
Pinckney B. Trnett received 53 votes ; John
F. Vass received 37 votes. ...
Pinckney B. iTuett was declared duly
The Convention then adjourned.
The House was again called to order.
BEPOBTS OF STANDING COXXtTTBKS.
Mr. Carter, of Carter county, from the Com
mittee on Military Affairs, recommended the
passage of the bill to abolish mustering, tc.
Mr. Turner, of Sumner, reported sundry bills
as correctly enrolled.
The unfinished business of yesterday being
in order, was called op. beine; the bill to limit
the fees of Attorneys-General, and to prevent
unnecessary cost ; after farther discussion, it
was lost- The vote being taken by the yeas
and nays, stood, yeas 38, nays 30.
The ilouse receded from its amendment to
Senats bill giving further lime to perfect titles
to land In certain cases, and the bill became a
Adjourned till Monday morning at ten
Fbee tiEGaoES m Boston. We find the
following paragraph in tbe Boston TV-areler,
the home of Garrison, Wendell Phillips, asd
all the most prominent professed friends of
.' Death bt Stabvation. The jury sum
moned by Coroner Smith to investigate tbe
cause f death of a colored child, returned the
following verdict: 'That said deceased, the
illegitimate child of Charles B. Williams and
Emma Jones, (colored) was born healthy in
every respect, and came to her death, wben
nineteen'diva old. at the house of James Por
ter, Ho. 1 Orange Lane, In the city of Boston.
. . ii. i . i. ii. . .
to- starv.tlon'by the negleci of it. mother;
! ' aL" ! JtSfe
of birth, at tbe bouse of Ann Rogers, Cabot
Does any one believe, says tbe New York
Day Book, that such a case as this ever occur
red in all tbe South ? Starved to death, In tbe
midst of plenty I and that, too. by tbe neglect
of its own mother I Cannot the fertile brain
of some New England novelist gives us this
depicted in Uncle Tom's Cabin stvle? What
is the whipping of some surly, lazy negro to
be compared to the starvation of a helpless,
innocent babe? Where are tbe sympathies of
the pnliantDropists t
A Good Example Let Othebs Follow.
The Superintendent of tbe Southwestern Rail
road bas ordered bis supply of negro clothes
to be made of tbe cotton from the Houston
county factory, (Tooke's Mill,) Georgia cot
ton, Georgia wool, and Georgia mills I They
are to be cut br a Georgia tailor, and given
out to bo made up by seamtresses in Macon;
uius diatrinuimg more tnan a wousand dollars
at home, Insteai of going to the North.
Tbis is the true way to achieve Southern in
dependence, and particularly in these bard
times. Let all our Southern people follow tb(s
wise and liberal policy. You deserve" credit,
ilr. Adams. Macon Telegraph.
An Anticipation. TheN. Y. Herald speak-
insr or our commercial dimcuities tnus con
cludes: In this state of thir-gs look out for
wild fruit from tne present revulsion, me nl
libusters are on tbe watch, and war is always
a popular cry. It will be more so than ever
during tbe coming year. Mexico, Cuba v Cen
tral America and at, Domingo, are all prepar
ing themselves aa fields of battle. Internal dis
sensions and civil strife already exist in most
of them, and which will send us the first invi
tation is now tee only question."
To be llo.so William McAllister, tbe first
settler and original owner of Ihe land on which
Albion. Orleans- county, N. Y., s'ands, bas
been sentenced to be bung on the 231 of Oct.,
for firing the house of the County Superintend
ent, McAllister is seventy-eignt years or age,
He received his sentence with the most perfect
American Securities. There la one fea
ture In the last news from Europe which Is not
to be overlooked.- The American stock held In
England will not be returned on sale here. On
the contrary, a disposition was evinced to spec
ulate in them 'at the low prices, tbe London
market being kepi thereby in advance of onr
own for three or four prominent railways, stock
A Milliovof Specie. Most of our readers
would fancy it an easy matter to count over the
large sums of specie frequently spoken of in
tbe papers. But It would require upwards of
to months usual workirg hours fora single
individual to count and envelop properly, in
small packages, one million of gold dollars.
Gold Is not counted now tc large sums It is
Private Claims on Government. It Is
said that JudgefGreeHwdod.'of Arkansas, bas
a bill prepared and ready to be introduced into
Congress abolishing the Court of Claims, and
re-transferring all the business; to tbe several
committees ot Congress.
A Uksate. Safe. ' Uncle Sam," having
omitted to construct a vault In the new custom
house in this city, sent on a large iron safe
from Baltimore, to supply the deficiency. It
had a patent burglar and fire proof lock, sim
ilar we suppose, to that which bas lately been
broken In Richmond. After it had been placed
in the custom-house, the workmen locked lbs
door- and were wholly unable to unlock it,
One of, the men had previously been inside of
tbe safe, and the door waslocked and unlocked
while be was inside. After be stepped out It
was locked a second time, and all efforts to
unlock It were unavailing. Tbe miker ot the
safe had to come on to unlock it, which he die,
by altering the key. Had the difficulty occur
redn locking it the first time, while tbe work
men were inside, It must have proved fatal to
him, aa he would have suffocated before it
could bave been opened. Portland Jdrertiier.
Haib IlEaxoRATivE. The demand for this
unrivalled preparation for tbahairand skin is
beyond the potjlbilityof a doubt, "arid Its sale
Is greater than any other Hair Restorative that
bas ever beenJief ore the public. Teps,of thou
sands of person's who were bald and gray, and
other whose faces were covered with unsleht
iy blotches and pimples,.are now, with their
own glossy hair, and with faces comely and
fair to look npon, seen daily promenading tbe
streets of all the principal cities of the Union.
and by their Inflence spreadingbe fame of
ivuou-s nair nestoratlve tnrougnout the civil
ized world. But the trial of one bottle Is more
convincing than all we could say in & whole
It doer not dyebuf gives life,heath and
beauty to the decaying, falline, and dead,
restoring aa If .by magic, that which was sup
posed -to' be Irrevocably Jost, Heads hearty
bald and others nearly white, aje xlallybelng
changed to their pristine beauty, and faces
covered with pimples are rendered' as smooth'
as nn infant's and btuaSlne as a rose, all by tbe
use of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative 5.
Lonit Commercial Xltl. ' r
SoJ4 hyall respectable druggists.
ilARTELous Cubes, We have always been
slow to believe the wonderful cures which one
medleine after another pretends to have made,
but slow as we are we will own up when we
are fairly convinced. Those of our readers
wbo are are acquainted with tbe cases ot Mrs.
Beach and Mr. Farewell, will not thlnU us
lightly turned, when we confers our belief that
Ayer's Cathartic Pills have virtues for purify
ing the blood which excel anything within the
ranee of our acquaintance hi' herto. For those
wbo-are not coRnlZmt of the facts we will say,
ate bad been afflicted for' over eisbt years with
scrofula which only grew worse inBplte of alt
the remedies she, could emplov, until she took
Jytr't Pilh. . Under iheir Influence one after
another of her sores bave healed, until she is
apparently aafreo from complaint as ourselves.
He bas had liver complaint with pain In his
side that disabled him from work for a long
time j allolher medicines hadfalled to afford
him any-permanent relief, but a few doses of
rfyer'a'iOTacmedhlm andshe is.now steadily
at hipld oost7ofj-ocducto'ron tbe cars ifcfii
dUiouni'J)aUf Courier. f
(UKLXEH thM outward apalieaUoBt which reUereptln
frrlneiasiseatbrpara'rzrai lb nerreus orgs'itUon
ot tbtltta.) pltree Uiroorb tta absortxaU t tbeieat
of la&amoatlM, and tbnt rxUaralakes tb Am wbkh
feed tbarrspUsn, twit, r ulcer Iran wblch Um psUeai
BWdattb nana! setoff, Xe. M Vallai Xah, New
Tort, and br all drsrrltta, at lac.. Be, a-id l pr box
T pott . ecta-datwtv
Tbe aroales cf Racuisatlsaandircenlfla are anocr
th moit acati with wbleb lbs basun frua U mr r
clctel, and ba-r beretorore ttta focad the moil diacult
to reman. V pptlr a remedr U now Ueerered br m blda
the Biott ebttlnaU curl can be lmnedlatatj cured. TbU
aoTereisa retaedr Is BaiOO S ABCTI0 UVIIfIXT,
for . alt by DmciitU suwralli-. It Is oalr neseiiarr for
thoiofferer totr7lt, U be SMsred of Hi eccacr. gee
admlUintit In another column. norS.lw-
j0 R ! a o
moat this datx
Canilcc, Mix fe Co.,
A Ooiat Tor O n six,
Their tameste stotk tf
STIFLE AND FASCT DRY GOODS !
In quantities to aoH psnhaaers.
Ttds ! probab'r tbe best bsujit Mxl.txit selected stock
in til South wett, cobraeter crerr variety ot
SILK AND Y ANCT GOODS,
SU.TIZ and rLAjrrzss' goods,
. . . . .
Wa trust wo seta not uiarooar patrsa at ni iln-
crrlt, as on j the one price, wist be aatod or taken.
CAXDEE, MIX & CO.
FB0F. EA3M te 80H3 DANCING SCHOOL.
Flobexce. Ala., October SS 1857.
The aadersliaed tale great pieasare In recommend
ing Vr. J. G. Baatml aa a xntlnia emlaesuy quail
fled to tea's daadnr. Ho baa tajjht oerorat sessions
In this place, aad has (Ires, nut saUafaetloa to ht
patron aad poptli. Ho is a Uksrtees, lalthrot and at-
compllihed teacher, and We can tecommenl him i
I entlnnan to whoso care pancta and guardians can safe
ly exlrast their aaoghtera and ward .
JNO. W. McAUJSTJSE,
KD. A O'NEAL,
a. n risk.
R. W. WALXEB.
W. F. XAKSKBR,
J. T. BDRrw-ELL,
B P. FOSTER.
S D. WE4ELIT,
J. X. DATIS,
J. T RIOK,
norl-lra J. SIMPiOK.
S15O.O0O WorlU or
VTatchei, Jswetry, Stiver Ware, GHKks, Gana, Fancy
Gwds, etc, lor silo at a great dedaetlaa la prices for
cash. In anticipation efa good season wo laid la a very
largs itockot Choice Gooda, which rather thaa hold
OTr, wowfli ror the next rev. toonlha sen at Groat
Bargains. T e public are tattled to eumlao oar l
sortaent which Tor extcat aad variety has na inpeitor.
r. n. clirk & co.,
noTl Xo. 1 Clark's Xtrble Blorx.
CANDEE, MIX & CO.
WILL receive Xerth aad Svsth Carolina, Georgia. H-
Itaols, Vlsaoarl, Ohio, Kentaezy, Virginia, Louisiana,
Kew Tula: and New Bngtaad earrtsoy (or Goodj
allgxd Fm and Sloth Banks of Tosaetaee.
Harnett's Oriental Tooth iTash
TUX l'.ISowlag Is oao ot maay tastlaualala In tta
It PA LI. X ALU Loedoa, Sept. SJ, 1SSS,
Thanks for tin bottle of ORIENTAL TOOTH
WASH, which 1 hare ased wlih tfee greatest pcaitbie de
light and aatlitactloa. It Is the article, par exerHence,
for the gnat aad teeth! aside freca that. Its deHghtfal
aromatic flavor Is so very saperser te alt other articles
which I haTaerer t'ied, that It Is deadly agreeable.
Very tralr yewa, c. D. V.
To. Messrs. Joseph Buucett St Co , Botloo.
Prepared by Joaeph Banwtt k. Co., Boston. Fvria'.o
by 8. fABsriELD at Co., asd alt dealers, at COcpcr
AN ant Hot for the polaon of motaaUoes, beea, wasps,
has beea frond la BCBNETTS EA.LLISTOK, pre-
pared by laesirs. Joirm JSenxETT Ja Co., Tfemont
street, Boston. This rrtpiratloa ooatalaa a pecallar
property, which, upon boiag tboroaghty ribbed into the
bites and stlafa of laiects, isttaaay EeoraUa a tha poi
son and allays the leaaramatloo.
For sala by S. MANSFIELD A CO., and dealers gene
rally. Pri 60c per bottle. cctS-dtwawIw
EJ- DR. SMITH'S only traa, ortgtaal bad geaaiao
For It n SO ATISir X EHBALGIA, NKBT0U3 DIS
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
WARD A. JONES, Sragg'iU,
Sole Areata for Memphis.
riXi JJ S3 X S7- 33 .
For the cars or etery form ot
HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES;
Whether of losg standing or reeeat orirtn Intersil er
External wb-ther altrad with Prolapses, Heaur
rbags, or oeitraction ; aad an by
EXTERNAL APPLICATION I
Ki interna! adjaraata betas leaatrrd la any case, oa'y to
regalatc iha Bowela, lf Ceottlpated, or la ClatThcea aad
A large number of gra'lesien threaghoit tha coaatry,
of high character aaa iLCeence, hare votantary attested
to IU eflcacr la their own catea, not ot hearsay, aad
whose certificates maybe seeaVy reference to the pro
prietors' pnbHcatloas to bo bed ot their agents, thronth
oat the United StatesV
rlce,l per Box. reUH. v
The FILE SaLTE li pt cs la glass Jars, Inclosed la
a paper-box, property latx-Bl, aad will ket any length
XJ- For sale in tats oMy by
Joirnos h. Leso,
Waxd A Jos El.
MAKsriELO ta Cn
H. F. FARSlWORTn,
II. 8. HCOitES,
W. It. SflELTOST,
3. U. Sleooe fc Co.,
Hxrav Test, aad
B. S. LaxrBIEB.
T. H. CAVANAtTGH tc CO.,
octs-dawly Proprietors, St. Loals, Mo.
ENGRAVING AND PRINTING
WE are prepared to fnrcita la a s-parlor stylo, IbtI-
Utloo, Wadding, Tlsltlag aad B mine, I Cards.
tcU F. H. OLABC ta CO.
Edmondson & Armstrong,
Woolesala aad Bali Dealers la
HIDES, OIL JXD LEA THE S,
NO. 517 MAI? STBBBT,
Opposite Court Square Sign of the
Ooldon 3 T. A r r ix TP.
CBBFcoaataatly oa hand a faB assortmeat of attldes la
their line, eoailitlng m part ot French aad American
Calf Skins nemlock aad Oat-Taaned Sols Leathor,
Skirtings, Harneas, Bridle, Wax aad Elp Upper Leather,
Eaaneled and FaUat Leather of all kinds; Pad, Heg,
Chataoif , Seer, Lin lag and Teppiag Sklaa Also, a faB
assortment of I aid! era'. Shoemaker' aad Taaner'
Toolt, A. Saddlery Hardware aad Haraeas Moaatlags
of every variety to which wo TespectlcHy Invite
the attention of persoaa baying in oar lias.
Saddles, Harness, Bridles, &.C
VI are now Jnat ncrlTieg a troh and wen selected
slock of goods in this line, sneh as
BRIDLE FILLINGS, HORSE COVERS,
SADDLE BAGS, KTO., ETC., XT0.,
OF ZVZBT VAXIETY.
An of which we wffl scB at the very lowest market rates.
EDMONDSON A ARMSTRONG,
No. -tn Mala street,
aagSO-Iy Sign of the GoMea Rtlrmp
Hands! U.indsl Bauds!.
WE keep caatttnily a band a fart a taortment of beta
Machine-Stretched Laatber and Gum-Rustic
GIN AND MILL BANDS,
of all s&es, from two to sixteen lachesdn width, aad aa
wo are the Agents ol tbe maanfactaiers, can, seTi thorn
aa low.ti they can bo found in the market, aad gaaraatee
theatoheof thebeat-qaalUy.taada. '
. XDMONDSOK i. ARMSTRONG,
. -. . ' No'. Mala street,
angM-1y . Sign ot tha OdSSea Stlrrcp.
Ilidesl'Htdes! Hides! "
WE are prrpand at"kar tl'na ta -par & HIGHEST
1IARSET PRICES, la CASH, for .
DRY HIDES, SHEEP AND DEER SKINS
ShlpmeaU solicited, to which we pfomlse oar prerapt
Lasd apodal attention.
- ' BJJMONDSOJI at ABMSTBONG,
No. Mi Main street,
angM-ly Sign of the GoUca Stlrrap.
A. H. HISE,
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DEALER IN
miles, Vicathcr aud Iilnlngs,
NO. 262 MAIN-ST., DP STAIRS,
Over G. B. LocktU Store.
HAS now oa haad and wU bo receiTlng wecklyby tbe
Memnhli and St. Loals packets, dlrwt from the maaefac-
tnrera, ercry desertpHoo ef LEATHER and LININGS,
which will bo told, wboleaale aad rlUU, a t tha St. Lords
marker prices. . .
"HIOBS.t HlT)Ka! -HIDES I
f wiat FITB HUNDRED TnOUSAND DRT aad
GB.K8N nnESforwhlch I will pay the highest prices
Furs and Peltries.
.1 in partasat ait times the httbett cash prices far
FaTs, Deer aad Sheep gklna. Dealers woold da wed to
can a-vl ere me, at MJ Mala street, CP stairs, before
selling elaewhr. sepl dawta
PERSONS hartng claims against tbe late Arm ef Z. B.
TnttALLfcCO.,oragalast E,B. Thrafl. deceased,
wit pleaas preaeat tbra fo' parmnit to Dr. T. B. Thrall,
reu nr Dra. Shanks k ThraBI.IIT Mala straet.. Those.
tal-bod t.rf united to caB aad ttU. or tohokt theo- f
telTesln rsJtas ta pay when csBed apoa. A liberal j
lseoaat win bs mads on aotes sot daet, octll-tw '
TIf EODORB C COXE,
ATTORN r AT LAW. WcmpbU Ttaa. Oae la
ITnlan Mr. nor Hmm a. nB(n.
Fitly "Barrels Xlcc Apples,
JUST recelTtd asd for sale br
corn at nbxlt.
OOTS-dlw .j No ST Fruit Row,
Union Street Residence lor
IWIJn to n th cocarartaMe smal Rnldence
oa Union strvrt. oocapled j Xr. N. L. Law
tooca. Foaaetslan ftvtnattborad of tha pres
ent mr. pniup h. Tnotcrsosr.
eora-gw Omc.Coarttt. , Lnt to 0Sd rtllow's HaB
Likely noose Servant and Coacbiaan
AGKNTLEKAN from 8-th Carollta. has a Terr
tna-tr i-erTnt whtct bo U dlroo of tf upxmc ot
tsuatdlatdr Tbo Mmst Is Uli and ttrj lUelr, IS
yean old. Xaalro at Utun. LaraUettr, S trior a. Co
JSricc for Sale.
Q O n Ofin GOOD BBICT tn (a o U qsaatl.
0JJmJJJ tUete salt pare awrs, at tba sua,
dtheenar at any pta- in the oily or Tlcmltj, or Uw ma
tetUl faralaboi and work dont. Apply to
A C. BBTTIS.
POTS-tm SUUUnr roaI,ear lha Bit SprtaK.
BY SIMPSO.V, HAYES & CO.,
No ll Wiloit .XiBrtH-.Tma.
Haul liatj: Hat:
Cflfl BaiS or Pfimo Tiuwiby By, leav rootlTod
J J J and for saliAl l!J ernu par baadnd.
L. OAS I Si. CO..
City Food Store.
Of, BOXES Prime Swtas Cbesi
u a, uamosrg do.
3 L C4SI h. CO.
PRACTIOAL FHBENOLOGIST AND FHTSI0GNA
MIST.mearpiurnllytalrea the LaOiea aad Gea-
Uineaot MsrapMs aad leant r toilteWta acal at tha
Gemmereia! Hotel, Boom No. 63, where he wM resale,
(or a short time, aad teal hta pwea ta tbe Bxtrardk
nary exaatlaatloa of every t eky," either by, or witb
ostaight, orthoaxid f beiog feft
BeqamiaralratroTery bealtoaawBI boaet dowa oc
orery chart, aad tboao wa, an already la ooaspatlaa
woold do writ to leara tboao regulations I aad tha others
aboatraaklag chalet, ooaM do aothing graaUr far torte
walfaro thaa to hart tbetr eturU Ukes, aad see when
they a ay either tlak or rlie.
X. B. ErMyexamlaatieawaibemada la prlrate, M
oaee hours from 8 o'eUek a. sc ta r it.
Proftraor Kmn will gm lectures ia a few days.
FOR CASH! FOE CASH!
r eotaoce of the hard taniea and the s trimmer sa
lha mosey maiket, wo ban owctaded to aea oar wail
auorted stock of
Fancy Coods at Cost Prices for Cash.
BrgtSBtnteaMONDAT. Nevraber 3. aad tasttag aattl
tho lit DennDer ztrtog the lattea aa epscrtMttT of
thirty daya to buy the best BABGA'NS ever aaTered ta
the city at MrmsbiJ, lhaa prefetlag to give oar io-l
mere I n adrarUTe to bay our goods ereo at gnat SAC
RIFI0ES. aad thereby esabM ss to meet protastlr ear
, . W milt and will seal, asd ibaB mak tha prior to alt
the time. E. BARINB-a i CO.,
BQa 5 Mala sweet
VINCENT'S 0Y5TEB SALOON,
NO. 93 FKONT HOW,
Corner of Wasiiingtoit Street.
rpnE proprietor of this p polar
1 savioa baa the pleatai
auuoeacieg to ua patieaa,
the paMK geaeraay, that
sow mralarly opea fcr the teas-a
The Ion. stllme
deiickas blalTea, can bosanedlaaay style from tb
tboll, sttwed, rtaated. actllepM or fried He latecds
keeplag a largi Jtotk. and wm farabh by lb des-n. raa
or barreL a-, ret aoatMn rates. norl-d3m
IS ccaa-queaco of th determinatloa ef my
aepbaw to return to the N-wtb. I ofiar my
rTEAM SA STAND ORIS. MILL for sale. Tho
MtU is .Hosted about oa ha'f mBa aorta of w.
N. Sberm.a's Ferry, on tbe Tallobask rtr, nd about
tbe sao diataace Iioti thn tawa cf Gr ada. Tho raa
chlaery It all bw and ta comitate raaaAg orarr harleg
Been raa only slace the lltb of May last. Th MH t a
circular working ene 60 loch aw, aad ia capable ot
aMraalagdatlT. wbea properly raa, at le.it 6300 free
Tnre Is al atuebed to tbe Mas a set of Lath Saws, ca-
PN'f """S w was aaay.
I aUo .ffer fur sal m acre of LAND t tA eret of
whkh r rleared and la eulilratiaa Ttsu i.e n h.
ajK.unicej.uiir jesireai otherwise, la parcri, to .nit
For laT-heriafonaattoa. terms. Ac . acrxr t or ad
dress tbe aaderstgard at tbis .Uee
Grenada, Mill. -WM. L. TnOMPSON.
BROKE J.B, at Br-wn'eft", Tma., oa u- .ichi of
to !h ait,. ElIHERSOX JT FDDMf.S.
rathera oud lootlug yoaag nu, aacataSoe M y-a of
age, weighs 113 or 1S lb , dark hair. wnewtat stow of
tp -eca, s Utile bow-iegted, and about 6 toot iache ta '
height a aaddler b. Uato. 8ald Kdeiag waa laicd la
th town ot Trenton, Ttaa., and was ctalBed ta Jail at
O.e time f bis eseape, tor the mar Jr et Na b.al I Pr
bassoa tho lOthday or Jaae l.st. We win piytkaak
reward for bis apart beaiioo aad f f. re iTery to Ihsprt-
per OBtberttt., or to aay JaB la th Vataed State, ss he
caa be broeght to iastlss. Eddiag. has beea- a esember
of fw Order af Odd FeMwws, arH assy altearet lo make
himself krwwa aa tech. The- Tietrat W Teageaac
waa alto aa OWd Fellow JaS. T. PTBAS9,
Treotsa, Tena., Oct 31, 1967. WJf. B. PTBASS.
XEtT l,AtT IAKT.EnSHIP.
WM B. POLK, and Sn lib P. Baakkead. harieg
fermd a BartBerthlB, wttt here. tier praettos raw
togtfw la th diyof Meeapbls nMy
TJ ECEITED with the bagcare ot IS Fire Detegittan,
a a. a vox e, uM.etna, etc, roaiaea "jr rtaata.
Sara-rua. Ga " which tae owner will strati call far
al ios 30 cay, or It win be sofd to par stanr.-.
& A KOHL. FET.
Oner Mala aad Excbanm street.. KemoM
Saeaaaah Repnticn easy six umea aad esd ball to
tBHacae. tnty piser c-bt. Tvrrt.lra
SCnwOOB'S Nw t)T.lr Salooa AAim-f s
street oppneite th jrorhsm Iloa. iaiCvu I m A
BOw.B forth taaoB. aad our rte ds ioTi if
aadca.tomrrs will bs farnlaked tlh tb "r
best Mablle Outer, .l ei.ry hour, al iner-ry style that
may b doetred. srehaUageeoapetiia both to aaai-
ityaataiTKor cootiag. jui. ocoiroOB A OO.
Fire Dollars Reward !
QTRATED frem tbo pmnffe of Ibe sataeri-
kj ber. sbeiky Oaaaty, Teaaete-e. oa th
alzhtottheSth alt., oae FORRBL HOR3B.
1S.H haad blah. Whes last heard Irsm be waa usrehag
lataea'rreteaeor atemiaw. Any ia'armanso. reneet.
lag said horaewBIba thaakraDy rreolred aad libera'ly
remunerated . v. H. ALLSN-
Memrha.TennerOetetrgIst, ISIT n'-3t-llw
T7IOR th faHowiae aruei oa storase at Dura'. Algeo
X' at Oo 's Wkarf Boat
A B.ttoa. 3S barrs vinegar; J. 3 Olarr.oa hoi!
BurtoaA Perkio. o box i John Irwia. one box I J
JowML three tacks ted ; M Sktl'tag, oa knadle ,gws ;
J x nitns, oa can rp: a. stkt boxes uai aa
mark, on 00B rope ; Joha Beej, thro bam.
THE BEST BANK
TO DEPOSIT YOUP HOXET IS
IN GRAHA M; & LEES',
No. 6 Monroe street.
THET will receir It la large or auiaB note retsmag
th right to pa. year chocks at sight tn
Wood and Willow Ware
HOUSE Pl7HltT3HriTG ABTICLE3,
Cbeape than anywhre eto la M wphts. aerl
OUIl "WHOLE3AXE STOCK
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
AND READY MADE CLOTHING,
TT TILL for th aexL to months be so'd t ary purcha-
n aeroy ta ptoc lorctan at rvuace-4 arte, or Is
palnwodi at prtt that wilt tally meet Ih time.
W-waad particularly em in atteatrsa of buyer to
ur aortmBt of Ceraeyt. Ltoeys, FlanaeU Sattaeta.
Tweed., white and colored B.anku. SX, I0X, lljf asd
UK red Blanket Dress goods o Tarioua dMcrtpHons
asd oualitl-, Optra F.aaieis, Prist. Bleecaed Sheet-
lsgs and Sblrtiegs, Ac our stock Is heay aa I wB as.
. orieu, .mi we sr uetrrmuwa io reouce 11. therefM
wt oerour rwda to all paicha.ers'by the piece aC re-
uu-a raxs ror vasn
j OOS.ITT. BIL. ATALM.1DQE.
noTlrdawSa Oraer ef Mats aad Jetreraeustreeta.
Just Iteceiveil :
A ff BOIg" W. B. and E. D. Cheese;
ft U U 100 hakets Piper's HeWaelck ChampaT;
CS Flrkta IT B. Baiter;
otiBal DarrU' a!; (f mh)
100 barrels Dea and Doc 's TChltar;
60 ca Ire P rlcT, Q s and Plats
100 boxs Fresh Prach-s and Pine Apples;
100 d-s-n fresh Cot Oytrsi
to. d xen fresh Tomatoes and Je lies'
100 boxes ueerted Fickle; .
23 boxes Cllreoi ;
10 hU. Currastst
SO barrels assorted Kits;
00 Drum. Flgs
M groaaOatret'l SOUS', botttes aad papers;
Also. Of acker i. Tea. Sazar. C.ffee. Molaaaea. Tobacco,
Cigars, Ac, AA. For sale by J r. FRANC,
ool lo. rrnnt now
A W0BDT0 MY FRIENDS.
niVB thU day sold out mr laurest tn thesV
SADDi.EHT AND nABNES balness to
Mtr. Feao. Bebiic A Co. fla'eof Charles
too. S. C. aal AMastA Ga.l It Urea m much
pteasure t say to ray o d cuatamer that my successor
will bo found rarer cl and anxious to cl'.e th m, la
their line; tat they ar cob rt eons aad ebliglas la their
altentim., aaa prepare nyineir lacreaseo rsa'tiie u
aeil s rh.ap. If not eheaper, thaa asy other similar
honaa ta the Veal orSoaihwest.
My frtrad wM pleaM accept mytbaatsrer pan ta-
rcr. dsnug tbe last fifteen years, and i (rait me to re-
commecd my soocejsors to thetr aetice.
A. J. . i. HIM,
Merarhls, July 15, IES7.
Th subscribers harUg purchased h estahHshipeBt
af r. J. B. L TFIKX. on Mala a tree t, oppMiie ware
Square, are pr-pared to aecouimoaat ins oia ro.
ot Mr. Wloa, aad all r.ew eastomera who may fa-wr
tha albs caB, la th best style asd ayoa satlattcury
t-raia, In aae tbtng pertolMcg to the Sadltery, Bsrness
asd Trunk maklag business.
,fw. T.lp.lf-1 OnUer.-d LeathT. Gin
aal Mill Bands. Skirting, Bl Idle, Gta Band and Lace
SatoAgeats for Kumbl's celebraled -f arb to Stret ch
ad Latber Bands roau, '
. A SnlRiiiIIiI narrrnih.
A TEST beanimi new iioaewooa r,.
aerra oeure.. 1 exhibited for sal. '
Vaaira SllBmao'a mtlHscry store Too
-,-.-.,. kn.nt rl.h. tm.ursa.s-
td in tWtxx. Ttlf ricwn-iir 4-w
lui, luit .,, . " . - , I.
Itrscnqmroatho store, orof
octJI-Im Pfanlrt and Teacher of Mg 1c
THE Dwelling Hooas north eMo of Madlioa
rrtnlt.1 on Fonrlh ifeer, with .lx
good room, two culeras, and Tery pjeasaatly
r,Bir-er Viftvetetv-wjii an -ppnmd rsdorMf, tJTtl
aatarterrr; rrqnircHl la !rtimal.
rr9aV&maW r.I'-A kdABA A HA - - AA avta
, wm. p. paouorn, i
ocUO tml" No. 8 Frost Row.
NOT QUITE DEAD YET.
TWELVE. ntlNDRED bbla. ooU'o Una ta prim or
der. XJso Oement Plaster Paril,tr sal law to th
Also Satan supply of eora. hay. oats, bran. Ac Four
doors north ot A dans street, froutlog the rlnr.
Peonies Feed Store." GtremeacalL
octll-lm w. WANT.
TTTSICU I bare lopaalura, andwtll deArer
th owoer,. waeu pnrml aad cttrg-s
O. C. WILLIAMS,
Corner Oalon and Second lU.
Crisp's , Gaiety Tlieatrje.
ItOW OfEX EV2R.I IVEXIXO-.
Meo ud Xanaxer ir. IT. ORISP.
SUIO MtBHT .Xr J.Q.CAKTUTCB 4
...... ..... Mr. Mm O. LMOTN.
Coadutorof Orchottra, .........rrofesoorOBSSINO.
Standard flcalo 01 rrtct.
fcnicij: ood txKQcrm,. .w cu.
BllCOXT. or raaUr ciusio . nnt.
vnrrrn ballxbt....... . ct.
OOLOBED OALLBBT. ..'.
Seoad .Ylrht of tbe Star Ccnon.
Taetdar Brealns, win bo prromltd th btaoUfal play of
I .T GOTJ.AR The Barbariaa.
Uromar Xr. Coerad Cl.rk
yrtanU ZUta Grry
Gnad ras Da Dear, Xiuea Xmitluud Aaatt Hesrad.
To caododo with lb new Farce ot
Sly Wlfo-a Dintl.U
Dkk HJiird ......Xr. TTood Besaoni
For ful cartleoUrs, see bias of the day.
ASE'S MESIPIJIS THEATRE.
SOLE LESSBS AND MANAGER. D. T. iH.
AyriNO MANAGKR. B. B. MAGIKLET.
aiAMAUKK Q. c. BBTDON,
TRBAaUBEB n. P. JOHNSON.
Bagagemeat for in alghta saly of tho popalar actress
o. . a. aviiu.
Tatsday Evening, Vor. J, tha Uaatlfal comedy ot
IHE LOVE CHASE.
Oastaaco Mrs.J H Boters.
AfUr whKh, MONSIEUR MABTB .VIA. la his wonderful
Ta coaolada with the Dracca ta S acts of
THE IDIOT nriT.tESS or, A Tale of Bleed,
rjForparltealars, a dally proaTaaraes. botX
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
ism. xaioionaHO aiyu or iJAACINU
PUOF. 1ASIMI A SOS,
PROF. BA8INI it SON meat nspeetraNy la
tanas lb ottlsa of Mempaia aad Tleul'y. 2N
tkat thT win eameace thatr Daaeasg 8a4 joik9
WXD'EOAT llhof Vawuter tT.it LLBi
Tho GeaOcceen Class oa Vodaesday 41t iaat Iht
Toaog LaM aad JaTeaBca Oaaa wl coaMaesce oa Sat
araay enwg. Tia last., at a 'dock. For Unas aad
fa'ther particulars. apy to Mr BeaaoVaMaaic Store,
Mala street; Otearea A Gal- a'a BjoIl Star. Mala etreet.
PrlTate Boardtbg Sctoat wm alao be taozh by asstl
OATS, OATS, OITSI
FOUR hasdrad baaheU Oct' tftr site taquaatMie to
att putctuam. DCTAL, ALSBO a. CO.
NOTES of NewOrleaas saarXBdMor Bot saepeB
dod Banks, wB be rccrtTwi at par, la payaMat ot
OeMa, a asata- or Bote. ManoTer, Ur aB gooda
BT at. I wSBtak aaM aut Bete atsr. With
taaallowaaeootthe aaaal duets! frraa
P B. BBttl ATOVS,
SdCcuaar of TBOi, 1NBT t CO. .
t2.lB U OH Lerea ?. sfew Drt-im.
Rope and Twiue.
TTrST BEOKIVdD, per steaaurs Wa Dkksoa asd
MO best Machiae Byse;
903 eotta aad bafwwtla Haad Bopst
M kaie aaperlar Twfcce j
For eala law to the trad by
DOUGH BRTT A ATDLETT1
if" Baak Atcbtm.
WE wttt pay tho Mthnt market price for all roc
KApat deUTTml at lb MH.
Flear, Draa aad Shorts tar sal at tae market price.
. WM. WAIXEB A. CO.,
i"-4" OHr MBta. MeraA. Term.
DR. G. W. ACREEj
OOtTRT STREET. CORNER BAST ALLBT
i K LLdeataloporatieasperfaimed ta the
V most ski lfol BUBaar with tbe lea.t
poaaaMe aaia. Fait or pirttU sett of1
t-h tBri4 with tho lateat ieaBTore-
mBt and auiraatled Salteat Fro Bask mosey ukea
a par wbea tbeeaah la pan apwa actrrlly
Strayed or Stolen.
FROM wPhia, the eeeiooar ot ta Fair
Graaada oo Tnondar the 31 iaat . aa
RON OUT HORSE, with Saddle aad BrtiSo.
Be haasaodktmarUoahlakMk.witboutha r.
aod ta alow S years old. aatrid a wfl. An latum-
j ta respecting hies or lead tar to hi reeerery win bl.b- '
1 iariy rewarded ay tho sabaslser. L H. TEMPLE. '
ce-U No. K5. Mala Street.
ValmWe Property for Sale.
TN order to Hapeer h th? couatry. I offer f.r
1 1 aale Ihi ptae mm wkteti 1 Bow lire at the
ZL.a ,VTV. . . JZ... " .1
. ThU tat la o po.it tb. iM.b- of F W bah-'ei-i llTiLT.C: """"T.-S 1
Rorstor. aad adlolaiac Dr. Tfaa T Taato, . . tAl.lT .h
i set fet on the street raaatse liKO
.. . - . . r . "
i tag four acre. It haa a (sod boa
balMtags, asd a chef seieetloa of trait trees. Abar-
gsta aaa so aa u this property, by sa early apaoteatiea
atray Oin Walker'a bail lag. Malt street.
oetM Im w S. PBt ANT
Employment as a Teicaer iranted,4.
iji bnwiu lairwao.is nasriarwtth tearhiag!
Liins'ms nua oeaactMMata.autii. T calase
Plaaa Maasc. Braatag aad Paaatkag, tsakorvderr, aad
teach to a taaatty er f srattVs. art or aay tke aoore -
aam-db-saiWs Th MrMcMepird te- aad aftor-
ik r- a: 'aanaa. .k wakt ta aa iaatltatian
wards taagbt ta a of rh tawt eVwratd EaMfra
Female Ltterary Io.tlistlooa. to k omxe v wkb. aa
I " Mbr -. ko will b- baeey to refesper-
I WJtM J krr aerrieea
a 4uiia.a, neruaaao, mm uuuury,
Important to Planters."-
HATING btea lafu. m d ik .t, g to Ike price al
whtrh Co ua ta sow t,id, mB, ra fact all, bare
ended not V atop taeir Cettoa to Memshi at prtset
I bg leae to isf.rm yvu. or all who an- lateretud, to
ship tkir Cottoa br the Meraphls aaa OMoBsBraadi
tkat ihe roB'sg stock of the Company la of sack a char
acter tkst ihey will be east. y osxb'e to fs-ukn era
to get IhecMtoaatr, .MM It iepr ia piiee, (whack
is of OMrw partible.) whta my oae aaldwaattoget
their cot It. a to market.
Therefore, to atotd d.t-stMn or rose. tat, sMpyour
Oattoa bw. aad la event ot aa increase, yoor CMtos
wtM bo where t alt c a a-rxd ourielTar it at osce.
oens-dawtf HBNRT OOFF1N. Sawtoaeadent.
TTTE hare morsd ear slock ta No 44 Freat Row.
r r oaaza-im
H FtTBSBBALD A CO
TTf ANTED imsaadute ly, osa or tw goal Mat
VV Makers. Apply sea, at
oettj MetlNNBT A GO
lcsaro Woman tor Sale,
FOR Northern Bank of MfetisitfiBt Btooer.
G. S. &UBINSON A CO..
ccrM Iw m pre-1 Row.
City Lot" South Half ETo. 40.1."
Joha rialy Meaas, by next friend The. L. SadiTan
Ripirto pMltioaf.r sjieof tot for rotBTestawat Ac
BT virtue r a neeeeetal order of th Oireuit Court of
Shetby-uoaatr, term made la ihia caa e at tta Sep-
mterterm. IS6T, I wBI on tb premise oa WEDNBS
DAT, the loth dUyot D-cemer ant. oOr atpaolle.ale
r oao-thlrd ca at d tee h-aace oa a ereou of alx
twdT aa I eigbieeo moetba, with boada aad ceod se-
eurily. b-ariag Luereat from data, aad a lien retained
Ihe fattoirleg eecritel tot la tke ettr ef MempMa,
Teaaexsee. to lag th sooth half of origtoal tot No. 4M
frentfii7t frt a laches oa Alrd street, aad rune, tag
hack Its feet S laches to a prtosto a' ley, welt impraTed
asd occupied at preterit by Dr Geo W Jivi.
wen M. P STgwtRr, Otork. Ac
Alarcr .asortment. aeleeled with (reak cars for this
martet, a-ay b fjaad at GEO. PATT1ION ACQ'.
OTRATtD fraea tkedepot at Ihe Mmehis and
i ou ST9
O Ohio Bal roan, oo the ZSW U"C. BORSX
jtOLK. ma.e o-retl. wim aaio marks
wft shoaVtor hls-la. 8 or S year.-old IkwW
ire the ihns nwsrd tor his recseery to"m at t de
pot. ANDREW ntSSION.
A GOOD Coot. Wuher aad Inner. Xao hst one o
good character need appty
TBOS J HAS BIS,
ocCVlw STT Mai street
Arcliitects and Builders.
W. CHILDS & CO.'S
Patent EliiUe Water Bad Fire Freer
TTTE wroil respectfully saaoaace to the dtii-ss of
V 'Memphis, aal the .arrou'-ding ceunter, that wo
prepared to coairact asd put oa, our FIIE asd WA
TERFitlOFCEBSXT ROOFING, Itbetogibo ool) ar-
tide yet toresbd, that wt!I laoreauuiiy reakt 'a scuea
t tb anopaere la rrery eamat. It is perfect y Fir
and Water prwf aad In poaat ot daraadtty. qual tf not
eanerfar to anr mtalse raosar. e caa pu oa srer
M Ua, tor of .hurtle roofs. It maklcg ua iLaVreee how
Bator top tat roor n.y oe. pa. ou vt
rreadaflart per hundred stuar f ot. We wm apply
.arceaeat pattaaad Iron roof for two dollars asd
i-.n e.reralar an aire. It betne oasocsaat ot Its
el.ttxtlf asd-datiBity. ths cheapest fatot that caa be
used. Our cement tothe best tsmc extaa , for patching
arfldtrwats,chlaBJsskylights, Ac. Wa warrant
all oa work. '
WlTtt aB that want w roof, or their old one. re
,ui u ein at Rlek's .tT. tare. No-tStM.la itreut.c
asd.extataeaaapleaaadaalMry taemaeiTes r sboub-
rablllty and prailtcaaillty or aaeag iai rounsa
a yr . ar prepareo, to a. en.-i.
to thoe restdlEg at a dtruace. with printed direction.
fTtMoWiVr root er fpartng doao. "will." plexro calr
at Bilk's star store, or address a Jh rough the Pott
oar-' ... .- ' . '
jry csuniy ngata rr aar. .
BUTIBRWORTH A EASTMAN. J
e.r; n. mtot. B. R G'aescock. D. T. Wltkina.
Warren A Moore, WtBiaat Stock.H. MaJ. A 3. Denald
mr J V. WUHard. NaihroMes 01 A. 3. Polk Ash-
wu! ot. rt- r. Aalersoa. Superia'eadeat NaahTltl
and CbatUatog BaHroad.
ReaUthS toriewmx cerllflcates ;
Web it W. E. Child A Co '., Cement Roooiae upoa
STaeof our buttiings. Itgtres antlro ra'l.faeilon, and ;
wacaaildtf-ittha best sooBog of which wo bars any
knowledge. We are exteasirely encaged la bal dine la
ttuUUgi with aB the rartoua metalM aad othtr rsosag
.MeKiT.e. kt, inimrfruwi .."
.V . -H t.H-ttlll. Ih. t.. . . . t
iBrrstlgaUwi.we,, without Itoltoa.BroMUBce Cauda
A Ca.'s, pretertbie Uanroth-r j
MEBRtT A rEMrrON, Banders.
CneinaTT. Cv May S3 h, 1SI7.
W. Jl. CaiLDi A Co Tbo root oa ear perk bouse
giro retire tstUtactisa. It has preyed Itself both Fir
-Some f juVtaooths slncp, a large in occurred directly
adjowtug- a,ead- ourroof waa anertty tried by the j
flames and hurnlghrsnaa. bat stood the trstaaharmtd. :
We cordla!y recotcmecd thlsjuot at a rood tllsg. ,
JOHN BICE A CO.
OrnezoFCtscijrSATt, Hamiltovabd ) ,
. . DATTOis-BaiLBoan I
CrtlLDS Acs' Patent Cement Booln-. liBovaMd'
hereon our be.tda.a oi buddings. We are;corerlxrt
our might etr with' It, ad uur Master raeetariViT-
porta r-ry lararasu tolt. - ,
. S. S.L, HOMMEDIgrr PrsUat.
TT- .. .. ;
- erwaTI. My StlLiSST
". WiphVre tuHrlnwtfgatjdW. M. i CwiLOJ ;,Xo 's,
Pltepf eemeat RcOtog' aid are- co.-CMnt.thsl ifia su-
Mt. 1 tfa.mW4. M lul, . . I .V '
rtnreelTitee.der.1. rtfeo r-fnelrjTiair rVl a tCAT t
This company hae sdoptrd CBItDS A. Co 't, Pateat !
lie. tia. Water and Fire Prrof (VrTent Boofloff. eir'eow- .
f"" ""- v V"r Jz. ; J k,,u v retaiwoj, ta toiwwug eacnaea trsrt ot laaao-ieo
raetauc rc.taaieod It to afrwih a cheap, da- .ereaot land, bounded that: lying la ih raeiM; of
iaasaxcizot-zooi. u uj-vjtaruai tears. aa-pvy.SUte of Toonotaee. ta tbo Sixth OtrH W.t Jet,
J- ". " 1 . - adj lalngthelaad-of J B, Potto, w Ibe rwr(h by oajr
! T r -r-rr r,Ur 1 tr &. Tir AiCnr trvnr-. slriii Tr. w 1 - .vru u ,t v. , r k rti. tv .
Ih JeiiaghaiMlags. a'so forpitoltcg tlu aad.'ron oa btWgrsJ xrem Memphis, and wlthia,s.shGrtit)dof!hjritr.
fffe 1 depr, atd wr lathsa, sadTsrto eare.asdWafis j - . . ,. M DtTjajyTSWABT, Clerk, Ae
ff9 I wenp-n.-dwiih It. '- C,ir. MLG0r5S?V, Bow1, STi5rTf.f and WALXgB, Attorney tor
1 ii. 1 ojt-oi . SsrtoteadsL ' petltunns. ocrTS
Oh ITes: ok es: :
MONEY TO SELL.
C. CAYCE 4t SON SELL 10-DA'iS,
2 Bacxy Bars ;
I A Kg. I Maleat
Aad Furaltato la absadaa-o.
'It. . .
u-w. aooxaaarp. Balapusl-
m.. aa. iAls-Jt.5(JrF
AaetloBeer aad Baal Bttate grater.
Home For The Wearv. "
CKJLIrSTREET ALL THEKAGE1
A aiauiav aoaae su rooms, wHbaBetkrrC'
XX oni aoaae, aaa eisura -Lt n leet treat
br ISO deep, oa tho north iVia ofBaal, aad eaaa
of Beaotsi third hoaio from tha corner of Do-.
wt wtll hiuLtfflnnlr . . . :
at 10 o'clock Sold at our auction mart. "Tnt forget
tb lucky e&areo tor a homo. Terms, ne-dllh ta A. t
aad 3 ycara with latareat for i ha fcalnco. Look "ihTro
- M. C CATCS-ASOX,
jA. and B, B. Bfeters. '
Broadway Street, '
ONE LOT oo tho earth sidt BraadvaV atmt'ri.
ttr tba ; M LaOraog. aad -WrlSShEET
and SO reetweat ol.Laaderdalo street, oB-fretlti
60 dees Tali tat li In , . i . . . '
In-iBcemetUtopurchaaeTS. La-k sharaf fTwj2
at our place ot trad. TUBSDAT tho wis,
her, at 10 oVtecr. Torma-Oae-ihird tun; oalaaco. Li
oa aad two years without lat res' ' m
C CATCK A SfleT.
LASDS, AECROEvS IIORi'ES, JIDLE9,
Corn, Fodder and FanaIn?-jBDic-mcnts.
A eeunly, proBoaaced atlh Osetwr term 1841 -f ,.w
rt, at Aa.ua, to the reK of Umt BoetaL
Joha Bobtaaoa. A4mMWritr'i ot wrm.m
dereaaed. aad otkor
Cocum-stiaBer oa 1
tbar . t Juui 1 riw -uJ. .
Cocam-ttwer oa Tf'BBDAT'-aad vs-kiuit 1
MtkaadSltdi of Decambti.
.... r :.
I9ST. oa Ik proaaScs'
Jm,'H Onu. liTlag ia w, or Rmaaael
tb Heraaad. nn. iiH.g to C-ffla erw" Vl
of Oaaaaree,tk faitawiag pros-rty to
?waMsttmfIef negttea. pe) eusawSvtaa
TaaMaeomty. MiaaUttppI TwMy-two aeerae' am',
womeo- aad MrePi Mes Oottt.. TT.rsoaa. ' Oam.
Foddtr, sad Farateg Inrp-em-M to tb baakWt Vfadar.
oe-rttrd es.B. thebalaaea af the parekaH anw id
two equal paysKeta, ta oa aad two j,r.btrtfli
ratereat at tb rate of Hgbt per sent, j-- . .
Tbe above lasd eaeasttM a ai rat bottoai frm.
some (oar erflTe haadred ace cleared. sMaatadToa
Bark lataad Bayea, ill mfle traca tho fomnium isTjuI
tar. wHh a good rnd tbirito
Boada wrlh asmed teowrtty, wBt b rcaatred. aad a
TBBXS Os abttd eaah j balaace la aad letaaoaah!
wHa mt-rt.t Te,abaaMt4 Vtk, eataertog
a..., .xn ..'vrrta, ooona ateBWOJM,
' SB ptats, aaaMty : Ttyrv
w itx., ay rot, reef qml aaa I
oa BBMt street. M fet frost, by IM feot deZV--closed
by a apcrWr plaak feac.
Thts tvieaata baSMtag stt is Sm wn kswva tBeed
coataaeat. AM aaawt aeaH tkat they caaaot b beat la
taeHy,aad bo raiatako. Al r ettkwr ot tb lota a
be had at fair agarrs, at prrrato sal, bat K awt. sHui-a-4ww
good-eo WBDNESDAT, Nneaokor dab. tmi
'stork. - - -
Salooa thoprtmites. Omaiea free. Al wW it.
M O 01TOE A Staff,, "
t AaeHnar w Real B'tato-Beaktrr . i
w ar. meakfaa ta lb.
A GOOaaeU bow off-rod as get a gboaa ia-a
iJL good eetgabarhaad, HJ mito. eaat t HrapSU.- on
the GereaaaaewB Plaak Bead, aad tko " ajblt in!
Charles Buwoac. vn H acre ot laa. ifawV
tauBdrafso4fee-. aB reset U't Sotbk. waar aot
,Teofe ageodpaakrnee. Tae laal Oa welF-kaa
gool iBproTaevu, orchard. 9 -ace, aee, plem aai
oataee tree. TB taiproti meats eta-tat of a faioa. i
hoaae, with 1 nemt, aad 4 iWsisi) a, tawko boaae. Urn
tatMe aad gaB-hooe aad geartag. sew otateta. Oa
tb lasd 1 (Vod etock water for aj tb year. - -Peraoas
wlaklaa a caoa hano mal a. mi -a-v ..J
f-tho ptec, aa K wtB be s M petratrty oa r aaaaaW
terms, an ugetber. K deaired, or wiB be oaatAee tits
three pa-ti awper plat of same ; lf net MM leWr;'
. "oi men, rasiSIAT, tA l ot
. uiw aero-wen cuiBeT or eouft rsaar.
a ar. Tkia nl ....
a-at tadeeeaesta, betag wtuia thirty meaetee tsso or
"W" y oa jiaaraaa, wares paaar ereiy f bears
TEBMS-Oa-third cash, ba'ance la oae aad two rear.',
without tat eat. Nw, took akarp. aad doaljattet ft
"law M n catcb .v ax
Aaettoaeera aad RhI XeUto Bakeea
Suburban L, ts at Auction.
ON TBtTBaDAT. Nor Sh I8ST, I waBMcM a'th
pretalaea at aectM, TBTBTEBN LOTS. .stASr-ri.
ston f N. Hapfwrt'a three acre tract. The tata f r. at aa
BaM asasa- aadBFpert street, a'd It eaat-ar aad il
t!MB toe J. Bart.fOnH.iM ImmnlU rtf f Ur aMeh
I will s H SKTBNTBBN LOTS, s part af Mrs. Bettar'a
Ta bahae m
ea irli r-.ZH r'?r:Trt- ' toaidi.tety wet f ta re.-3cefof
.Zi t Li"b- aadsthofth rctdeac or CM. 0Sa.
. "- r. Wto are deairaVi far eaaatry ratieeace.
T w uasi-mLer vni t reaMeacrtat
. Tiasrs Oa third cash, balaace ia aad twa react.
- G B UMUM,
eetM-tos Aaatioeeer aad Beal Brtato Bnkets -
Trustee's Sale. .
BTrlrtae of a dee at trut made to me a truste try
JTifOasa Walter aad Cathariae Ms wV. ot dato
ekfaarySth, ISS7 made to secure th r-rrnl af a
certain pramiaaMy aot meattooed ts Mai Seed t twL
iSZWBieh JfMj t. '- - w, w
i atster' ctoe a' Oniteadra eo-aty. A'taaaa's. I wsB seal
rtr oa.h to the hlckest btdaer, at M o'fSaek aji 'oa
page w, n ta B.
SATCRDT the Tth af KoT-mtor next, la treat? too
Csmserc-al Hotel, ia Mem!, the last eaaToyedraa aaht
ed.f traat, n. - FraeikiBal SMM so. stt aomt
Frarttooai Seestoa Jl. J70 ecrel, ia Towaahro S Nwrth.
Raage S Bart, asd S00 acreaaT Tiect oa 3d. ta Ti.-iufca., a
L North of BaageT Bat, ouoi.IbIbc ia aB 1IK acre.
mere or lea, sad bereg is ho'cosaty ot Crtttrsdoa Ar
kas. th tarn lasd asld to-sae.Wa Walker be Baatrl
Hsghe.. to whoMdeed retenatots rnado f - r fast deeerip
ttoa. Tho right at rodemsAya jt Rprea,iy warred la
aid deea of treat, JOHN M 3HAr.
New Auction Honse,
W. N.-HIJNT & COl,
NOftlA MADISON STREET.
TTiriVJl . , 1. , . m - - i. -
XX Aacttosear, are sow prepared to watt oa our oM
'riends aod4he psArr- to a sew capacity, asd aotteK a
share t bt-e. We wvl attesd to sale at Nagroeo.
Real Batatr. Merrhaadtoe, Funrltat., Ac . Ac, la or aal
of door. R-rstar Jl d.ys. Taaya, Wsdaday aad
Salarday. Te ka ceasBcd oar r, gatar stgM aale
( M-rtAaaaaM. oasetoiisg of Hat, Boots, Shoes, Bora-sties,
Prist, Ac . Ac . ad win- eoattose tho ceatr
seasoa Cash aireasce. aad oa all cesalfaseaos. Ao
couat of sale roadned area pily
W jr. HfTNT A Mf
A S LatrT. Aacttoseer. saMt-rra
HA2EI S ,
RBAIa ESTATE I101vEI
277 MALV-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
IAM mentast receipt ot caBBseata ot sratoko.
Jweii y. Cck. Faaaw Goods, Ban asd Ptotato, Ae:
Ale. Watch Material, whtoh I sua a B at ansa Iocs
thaa tke aaaal trad prtoe. wholesale aad retail. e
TJ AdeaaeeamadeoaeaBetosaeato. aeplo-Ir.
THE debtors of be lite turn of CBaSF A NrSIfOLS
are hereby noua-d tk.t tk book, at tb rnnrnm
harr-neea rrasiferrrd to tk uaitstslgaod, to wh-m aB.
payar-ts ah. aid be made.
-' Sgw B St. MOORE.
To the CttlZgHS .or 3!raipah aad tbe
jl. tiaa or tritna,-Biej sa rLarrrs, obxa
MdNTAL SHRUBS aad BTBRGBaBNS of every
ertpttoa UrMh'r wHh the start nteswire-
soUeettia of FRUrseV of aB aaertottosa, BLBeJ
ROOTS, FLOWkRSEIDS aad all pertatotog to get ral
Naraery baitoeaa AR orders addressed to the aader
Used, Box KB, wtH recsl re prompt attoattoe .
Narsery oa Haia Lake Road I H males trecB stty.
- S. W W BEATON.
octio-dtn Memohes. Tesa.
Cot, Cost, Cost! '
Xtf are nw tKT'rlnx our as Mock ot Mraa aad
I V Boy's Slothing, FurBtshtog Gooda, Bt, Shoo.
HM, Cap, Ax , at coat for caah. Whoeeaaw purchasers
are resptcUBnr aoUelted to call. ad examlB our atock.
Sales room upstairs. W. N. EH XT A ee . -"
It-Ira Maatooa streot
Fricts to Suit the limes.
JURIES I STlflT & EO.
HAVE oa I ad a Urg slock ot FANCT and SrAPLB
DRT GOOB3, rich Silka, Dr.es Goods f rrerydo
aoriptlea Ot- tk aad Teieet Otoaks aad Maatie. Shawta,
Searfe, A ; BmeroMerte., LaaeaJ BeUBe.s, As., waiah
wBI he sold at redaeed prices. Alas, a Iarx stocc of
BtaaUtlan .Govla, at very low prisrs. tueh aa Btoa
kets, Aerr-jf, Ltnsryg, Jeaas, Oaaaburgs Negrs Shoes,
Negro Hat. Metro Ototkisg, Ac ; GeatJewiea't Bas
Ototh ag aad Parai.ktat- Goods, together wtth a faB
stock of Boys' Ctothlsjc. CaH sad ex .nine.
JAMES A. STRRRTV A 00..
octtS Wo ! Mass sateet.
rnnB undefined haro aswri.led thcniarlna
a a ISO
X TART3 PDBLIC a: No 3 Bank Areas
nea entrustod to them wBI be crempUy asd atcafty exa-
cutrd H0MB F. STILL. .
orm A WOODWABtt.
A Partner Wanted.
WANTSD as a partner, a geatlersaB who has a eaah
capital of twelT er fifteen hundred dxfire. aad
acqualated wBh conduct to s Sieaa MH aad Mackieen,- .
aa ooaoeiBBltT ta jrredf raaklnc a ufo aad nrofluMe
larestment, la a Snety ttmberrd rrgtoasear 'ho OaUatr
depot, oa too Mteslaoul aad 7anese RaHroad. Ad
die., th uadenlgned. 3. Q. BATBBBN.
Oakl.sd Mt . Octeber 73d. ISS7. oeaBo-dalwim,
nicp rpnw t.atjti cpA.-TTie
vawa mvii . i n iw Maaii,yu.
. SMALL.tocktostrecriTed.or th-s de4rJt4exoodl
V wHh cora, capaMa of hoMmg oae hundredpcTandi
ot lard. Aba a largo stock ot
Meat or Sausage Critters.
LOWS ES, OBGILL A 00
No. 13 aad U Treat Bow.
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes.
TUB largeatard moat- eared sUk la the West, ot
R1CHBS- CELBBBATBD FIRE PROOF SAFES,
Ca Belle Potf tier Proof Iiocfc
Sites aad pttteras tolsult erery ralrem t- r ralett'
th Memphis Agency. "by- L0W!TK3. OfiOim. i efl.
h -ootSS No 13 and It Freat-Bsw
Sn car and Molasses.
HHDS Jbolce9ugar ;
SOO bbis. Sugar House Molasses. aa esaettxineBt '
tore. toby w. HOWARD A tfO
WASIededtBthMrm?ttt dty ill, JAMBS
C COMMACX, axed about It year I wetght
about WO lb, ot fair cample. Ion. AIsu, a Bears'
man in company with the aVor. wh. a'S his
samox TOM, tho said b,ty la Bl c00er.colr, weiirilt
srout 1SS lbs aged about S rtarsjia feet 8 or S lathe
high. Tha abort namod say they ran sway from Aahhy
ceaaty. Aikansas. 0. A. MAL8RT, Jaitorst
T) ANA WAT, about th Stth of August LBCT,.
aT Jf3" old, weighs about oo hundred and fertyi
pounds, has Urg Mack eyes, sreaks load. and. has.
IV jrmw wnufl, atoas .nut, aoooa sweaty-,
V1--"0?" tLf.ber ar-s, shore tho wrist, shapedatt
e imrr u am iru wsw ot mna xw, Mr Git-
He letter L.
asla. Ml., and la supposed to bar retsrned that
direction, along tho rattroad track, I wttt aay a-reaaeo? .
ablo reward far h- r appnheastoa and deUrery to Brot
for tatkrmatlon ot her. at my retideacs, oa atBe couth
ot FarLPlckeriag. oa the railroad,
cctl-tf r. a. LATHAM,
Valuable Earm of 425 35-100 Acres.
Mary C. A Ben, administratrix of Wm T Aaen..to.
ceased. Chat. S. AHea. Jeha R. A Bra, asd XsrU
Allen, vlner chBdren ot decraSed. Wm. F inn-a-
ceased; by thetr guardiaa X. McDarttt Bxparto pe-
-'iw,wi..l iraa estatajor luriaioa, ar -
X) 'Shelby couaty,Teun-. maJo ta this can- it th
f .-.., vi s oecreriai oroer or xaewrcoti oouraor
SoStetnher teres. thereof 1847, 1 wm offtr at paetto tsto-
oa SATDBDAT.th ISih day ot December wen. at tt
Conn Hocae tfor lath town at BaJetgh, ooe- fourth
c,s ml is. v. .n .
on, two aad threoyesrs frotn dais of sale (beast, with
approred aecarlly draw lag totoreat from dato, and sea
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ttoa ot aald tract la sader cuMratloa. wM bDprrrred,
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