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THE DAILY APPEAL.
"W235ESDAY HQ25IK&, TJSCESJSEB 9. 1E57.
5?"If .IIcvBekjaium Waltwx will report
to the ArrEAL rjgce, he cab bear of
soniEtlilEg mt ialent. to him.
"Christian CnoucH We are requested to
giirejwtlceUsit EMer Cooper will preach at
tits eli to-BlgUt.
EST We lear tbut the Grant! Jury failed
jestenijy te fiwi a true Mil in the case of D.
GeoMBii., for Buewttog Dr. HoK', thus dig
1HE.JBAN. Tins lively little steam craft
rfM leave oer laudnig pv the first riae, and
make "paeaagM p the Bin Hatchle to Bellrer.
Her Captain, Mr. Uearixo, tptTt co
paisM 10 aaite Big paMeagera comfortable.
The Weather The weatber wag very
warm yeatertUj-, art beavj- clouds in the cast,
wHfe friqaest flashes of ifcbtnlng, showed that
etorras vere ragtag not far from as. The
" weather -wist" predicted an earlr chance to
The TJoxettc Trobpa. We learn from J.
M. Kixsey, Ess., aret of the celebrated D- 's
netMTroape, tbU oa Men-lay Dext, the exhtbi.
n el the trafaed animals will commence, at
JM a-eltovT Halt. Does, monkeys and goat
act as If eJwed with human Intelligence,
they perform feats of the most astonishing
Aitva, aftd manifest powers that the s'udent of
aaitnal Tlfe wfil ponder over with profound Ii
Bible Panorama. Every body will go and
see this beautiful and Instructive painting at
the Odd Feiknt'a HaM, before it is taken from
the city, as it is positively to close oa Satur
day. Qar citizeas are mating most of the
timej Y-a rents are taking their children whole
families are goieg to see this intellectual enter
lainineat together. Take this piinl lug In parts
or as a whole, we have never had a more pleas
ing and popular ee ia Memphis. Iileavea on
Monday, for Ha.tsv.lie, Alabama, where we
bespeak for ft, the aWenttenit so richly mtrits.
Building in Danoer. The cross beam of
the Iron sappert of the new UHdingat the cor
cer.of' Alain Mas on streets, which is now
approaohteg coapletiofl, hreke in to yester
day Borates, wbea the portion of the waH
We the fracture sunk rasny inches. A crowd
-waited, pazing for a i6Bg tine to see the strac
tre faU a nria. The unsafe place waa saored
"PJ hw'vtr, and the expected faM will preba
7 prerMted. The street was barricaded
etppersoasfrem bete? exposed to danger.
SeS' pieasare yesterday of
at; Mr. Batemax, father of the Bate- j
tAK ct'';rent sf Aawrfcaa aad Earopean ce
lebrity. " He iaformed ss that he had made ar
rangements to produce irr three or four weeks,
tthe Gaiety Theatre, the play of Stlf, writes
by Sirs. Batbuajt, his highly esdewed lady.
All reaiers of newjpiparu are a urate f the re
ception its represeatstteabas preered for it in
the principal ciUei hi the Union. In Cincin-
sati'K'was played forty Rights to crowded and
aamuing' andtewces. Got up as tt wHi be by
the tatested eeadaeters of the Gaiety, ear citi-
zobs may cowt upon barters a rich treat to ea-
Ceimixal Court. At this court yesterday,
the Grand Jary swde their final rerwrt and were
Us.ehred fac the term, hariac beea in session
Stay stays. They naV preseittaeBts for raia
deraeaBor ia one htadred aad forty-five cases,
thirty-three of which were for ttafowfnl warn
ing, and the rest for awlacrf ally relaMwt- iiqer.
TMs wakes five hundred and ninety-five each
Wvie the Grand Jury have fe:l cHtrr; the
preseot session. Indtctewats were feaad against
upwards of fifty ittdiridaa's for felaMes. In
the case of D. Cocessu. for (hseine; Dr.
Hoess, the jary foaad no troe hill. Nearly one
bendred ferMtares were taken ia sifdeineanor
cases, the pnrtiis having failed to attend. The
Gaart is sxpectad to adjoora on Stti.-day, hav
ing beea ia eefl tw noaths.
Chas. N. Erich, Main street, below
Uafen, has jast received, aad is ifeivin, a fise
staek of groceries for the approaching bolida3 s ;
each as pick lee, preeervej, capers, aloes,
Batten, pie fratta, fruMs in their nataral state,
sahflsw, lobsters, cove oysters,raisias,cnrrabts,
csifpq, maesaraai, veraicilh, brandied fruits,
chocolate, tea; aloe, Cbampapie, Aladeria,
Pert, French aad Rhioeish wines, genuine
Freaeh cagaac, eM Boarboa whisky, London
porter, Scotch ale, fine Havana cigars, and a
great saay Mre good things too mimeroua to
nentiea. Give hiss a call by all means. We
have known Charue a longtime, acd are sure
he will do nethiag bat what is right.
Et?" There is a heavy pressure In the money
raarket, as the mouse said when the keg of
sprtis foiled over him.
Robs sir bt CnujRoroRM On Sanday last,
one cf the omnibus drivers employed by Mr.
Pattersok, whose name is TnoyAs Totfiro,
went to sleep la one of the omnibases standing
by the stable on Madison street Oa awaken
ing ne perceived a peculiar odor and expe
rienced strange sensations. Its .soJh discov
ered that three twenty dollar cold pieces and
a one dollar piee he had in bis pocket before
s'eepln,hftd disappeared. He acquainted Mr.
f aTtersok with bis loss, and tbU gentleman,
suspecting the thieves were some of the other
drivers, kept Cn the watch- Yesterday two of
hie hands, Geo. Scott, wbo came to Mmphis
TO ASSOCIATED TRES OF MEMPHIS
Importing from tVUhingtOH.
WAnioTo, Dnsmttr 8. Tise Prtildnt tiji tht
or lor to the lite and pre-eul mon-lrr draitcaesto(
the coantry, a (sreramsst lus Citr tx leqslrrd txfm
tb ca t sf itt prrant i-nlcn. Ttut the naxaeUl bis-
lory of itt Uit fort rein tat bcia one of ierjcitrt
gat (zpuilon Id fculoi aod rsUonl by tiloon Cot
trtctluit. That tk rlrrl Oorernment cuuut do tauch
e prorlde abut a renureaa of tb ezuUes rll
That naut rdr malolr oo h patriotUm aad m idom
or tfco State, vblen ebsnll afford a real tptde tala (or
oar lnrn!U4n, ard rrcoDmtndf the paiaat of fcact
npt an, wbieb wUl be apptlcaVle to all taatlaf buUtB-
tlena in the coastrx
With a show company, and Jko. Keeb, who is fjiaylm and Balwer treaty In a i n.i dlrert-y epootlte.
lays that tte viteat eoane la to at rotaU ltbf O-otiial
(eateat, and to toamMiej xttw oTertom for a amicable
a Jaaiornl, ncently made by ths Britlah roTtrnment tn
frwully rplnt wblcb be, tie PreaMent,) eonilaUy rccip-
rucitea. WHh all ether eoremciprU, except f piln, our n
Uttoai ar aa peaeefol a ve ounll dealie. It la the Pr.
from Waverly, Tenn., applied for what wages
were due to them, statins they were going over
to Arkansas to hunt, and should be away some
time. Mr. Patterson had them arrested,
and in the stockings of Reed were found
twenty dollar cold piece and some other
money j while on the person of Scott were die
covered two -drifts on the Rtrer Bank, payab)
in New Orleans, and endorsed by Sol. An
dpejs, of this city. One of them was for $700
and the other for $500. It has been ascertained
that they are genuine, and the sapposition is
that they have got into Scott's hai,ds by a
robbery of the mail. He states that they were
paid him by a party ia Little Rock. The ar
rest was made by Officers Wise aad Tdceer,
who discovered the chloroform bottle In tb
pocket of one of them, from which it is sup
posed they rendered their victim insensible.
The men acknowledged their guilt. The re-
maininz forty dollars had been spent on guns
and various other things, and the active officers
showed no little ingenuity in tracing op th
places where the various purchases had been
made, until they had secured for Young the re
turn of all his money, except a few dollars,
The prisoners will be examined before Esquire
Hokxe at Hi o'clock, this morning,
CouecM held a special meeting last night, the
Presifteat, Mr. Woodruff, ia the Chair.
The object of the meeting, as explained by
the President, was to ceafer as to the steps to
he taken with respect ta a memorial presented
to the last meeting by Mr. Robinson, President
of the Memphis and Little Rock Rai'road.
The PresHeat of the read explained that the
campaay had cowjjied with all the conditions
required to entitle them to the subscription of
the city. That inetead of $100 000 being eub
tKrvbed, there was $150 ,000, thus fulfilling com-pietety-tMg
iraportaat ceadttion. The Secre
tary explained what was the condition-ot the
read, its pecsaiary refreee, expend! tares, &c
AMeraMB Hagfcas offered the following reso
lution, which was seconded bv Mr. Martia : I
Rtidad, That the aity of Memphis shall
provide for the payment of the interest on
SS3,0a f the beads given the Memphis and
Little Reek Railroad coatpany, known as the
Jiary Yard beads.
Alderman Hagbes was of opinion that these
beads aboard be provided for by the city the
same as any other boads, whether the Navy
Yard property woatdfnrBish the means or sot.
Al4e rnvan Martia agreed in the correctness
of this principle, bat asked where the money
was to cone from, beyond the Xavy Yard, to
provide, aat for $33,000, bat for $300,000, the
whole ssaoaat of the city's subscription. Tax
ation ia this city was as high as it could be
-placed. He e docked the road as the best
Memphis was eagaged ia. The cestpaay claim
ed the power f seUfng the Xavy Yard propor
ty to pay the interest if the cttj 'ailed to do
eo. lie saM if the aartgage gave them the
power, let these ssH it. He cenleaded that the
company had na power to sell, bat they had
power to tease aad reat the Navy Yard and
collect the iacoave arssfeig from it, in case the
city fatted otherwise 1o provide payment.
This night, he arged, the Council should per
met the read exercise.
Alderman Hashes thoaght the real object of
the goaspaay was to avoid having the bonds
discredited, therefore, the true policy of the
Caaacit was at oece ta vote a aoficient sum to
pay the interest en the bonds actually cold.
Altertoan Street offered the following reso
lution: Jlettlted, That the Major issue to the Presi
dent of the Memphis and Little Reck Railroad
Compaay the Botes of the city having 9, 10, 11,
It aat 13 months to raa, to tue amount Of $10,
$00 in the aggregate, to pay the interest due
January 1st, en the bonds guarantied by the
city, the rents from the Ifavy Yard having
failed to produce. satae amount.
Alderman Street was of opinion that ss these
notes become dae, the property held by the city
ia the Charleston railroad could be made avail
able to pay them.
Alderman LosUad offered the following res
JUtottfd, That oa aad" after January 1st,
next, k shaft be lawfal aatil July 1st, 1S63, for
the City Treasurer, Tax Collector, Wnarf
Master, aad aay other officer who received
money for the city, l receive In payment for
taxes, or ia payaieat far aay other debt due
to the city of Memphis, the coupons of any
bonds far the py meant af which the cily is
bound, either directly or indirectly, especially
iLcliiitac the coupons attar bed to the bonds of j
the M.& L. R R- Co., reerred to la a mort
eaee exeeated by Myor Doof lass, May 10th,
'the mover af this resstatien afterward with
Mr. Street warmly contended that whatever
the city might think or the road, policy to
wards her ow interests required her to save
theee bands from dir credit, if they were sacri
ficed, aH the interest the city bad in the road
would be sacrificed and the road could cot be
Ex-Mayor Douglass, by invitation of the
Board, expressed bis views upon the question.
He cemaHmeDted the Board on the warm feeling
it showed towards a work so important to the
interests of the ci'y ss the Little Reck Rail
real. He arstied that the true policy for the
Council to pursue, was to permit the company
to take the Navy Yard, and make their best of
H in rents and leases.
A vote was taken upon referrirg the whole
matter bark ta the Finance Committee, which
was carried without dissent.
AMeimsn LeflanJ offered a resolution au
thorizing Coeamittee on Navy Yard and Fi
nance to rent end-lease the remainder sf the
Navy Yard tor periodsef not over thirty years,
the proceeds ta be applied to the purposes of
the Memphis and Little Rock Railroad Com-
Secret Sessions. The habit that our City
Council havs contracted of holding "secret
sessions " is a bad one, and it ought to be abol
ished. Why should the members of Council
desire to meet in tcertt t Have they plots to
hatch, and scheming designs to carry out?
We lo not for a moment believe they have.
We think our Councilmen are actuated by hon
eft motives, and are sincerely desirous of la
boring for the welfare and prosperity of the
city. But these unpleasant questions are sug
gested by the very term ttertt sessions. We
know that the polite call tbem Extniitt sea
sioas, but that is only a convenient way of
avoiding the mention of an awkward fact.
Sessions from which the public and the press
are excluded, and the minutes of which are
passed over without reading at the next open
sessions, are aecret sessions and nothing else.
Although our present Councilmen may make
no IH use of the secret conclave, they are cer
tainly Introducing a precedent which, at some
future period, less scrupulous Councils will use
for evil. Beside, the poirer of holding secret
sessions is altogether aa assumption. Such a
secret way of doing business is "neither per
mitted nor contemplated by the City Charter,
and business performed ia this " hole and cor
ner" style, may very properly be open to the
charge of illegality and lead to further litiga
tion and difficulty.
On a tecent occasion Mr. Martin did him
self honor by moving the abolition of secret ses
sions, bat be, unwarrily, was led into the trap
of accepting as an amendment, the addition to
his resolution of th: words " unless the pub
lic interest should require it." We say tb's
amendment was unwarrily admitted, for, wbej
Council voted that, for the future, no secret
sessions should be held except such as " the
public interest" required, they said, by impli
cation, that during the past, secret sessions had
been held which " the public interest " did sol
require ; and this we re sure Mr. Martin had
no intention of asserting. We are aware that
Council has to do things which it is not desir
able to make public, as in canvassing over the
private character of candidates for offices in the
gift of the Council, in money arrangements,
aad in other things. But these are matters ia
which committees should take the preliminary
steps which are not desirable tobe made known,
the committees will then present the results of
their investigations aad deliberations to Coun
cil, which can then, without difficulty, act with
that noble, manly openness which is in conso
nance with the American characters and insti
A dull levee yesterday, the rirer was rising
The arrivals since our last report, are the St.
Alciolat and the JVttccemo from New Orleans,
the former for St. Louis, the latter for Lou
The Jagemar, one of the handsomest boats
that floats on the Miasistippi, will leave this
evening for New Orleans.
The Daniel Boone left for St. Louis last
At 4 o'clock this evening, the beautiful GUn
dolt, the brothers Bugber, Captain and clerk,
leaves for Cincinnati. To passengers for ports
on the Ohio river, we commend the Gltndalt
on such a boat and with such officers they will
enjoy the trip.
Cincinnati. From the Eqirer, December
o: it is a tact we are nappy to aanensce that
business upon toe landing Is daily improving,
and that may be attributed to the large num
ber of hogs that are being packed. Three
weeks ago it was a difficult matter to load a
boat for any port in less thsn three weeks'
time. Now a boat for St. Lsuis or New Or
leans can be loaded ia a few days. In the
channel between here and Louisville there is
not far from eight feet water, and receding
slowly. The rates of freight to Memphis are
Whisky, Oil and Ale, 75c; Pound Freights,
40c ; Heavy freights, 50c.
Wabash The Wabash river was falling at
last accounts, witn inree feet water on the
Evanstille. From the Enquirir, Decem
ber 1: The Ohio opposite our landing is still
receding a trifle, but it will doubtless commence
swelling to morrow, the late rains having been
generally above. There is in the channel now,
between here and Louisville, not far from eight
feet water, which affords the St Louis boats
an abundance to get out oa. Business on the
1 india; yesterday was much more lively tban
usual; ia fact, tbere was a good deal of ani
mation all along tbe city wharf.
Boat Combination. The Evansville -qirer
states that the combinatioc among the
boatmen at Cincinnati to load by turns has, we
understand, been broken op. The boats nsed
to temporarily tie up, and load by turns the
first come the first served. Ca pt. Sebastian, of
tbe Oiia BdU, has a lot of soldiers, some 500,
engaged for New Orleans, and concluded to
pitch in and not wait her turn. This broke up
Louisviixe'Canal. Petitions to Congress
soliciting aid towards a new canal around the
falls at xouisviIle, are now bting circulated in
Cincinnati, and, of course, receiving a great
Going Hunting in a Steam Canoe. The
Titama, a 50 by 15 pleasure steam yacht, owned
by the brothers Cummlngs, of Pekin, III., en
tered KU Louis on Thursday. Tbe ownt rr and
several other adventurous gentlemen of that
city and other points, start shortly wira this
elegant little craft on quite a romantic expedi
tion. She will proceed down the Mississippi
to White river, and up that stream to the vi
cinity cf its source, and will be absent neveral
months. Her passengers will bs well provided
with implements with which to make war upon
the inferior portion of the animal creation, as
hunting is their chief object. Tbe Cummlngs'
also contemplate laying tn a return cargo of
IsTKSoto connty, Viae., on tbe STth of Komnber,
Hrs. Kz.iz a beth A., wife of Tfcomia C. Dodrry, in tbe
21th yrar of her ace.
Blrawd are tbe pore la heart, for tbry (ball aee Jo4."
sMenti's rnrpo-e to Kttl out a MlaUtrr with Fptclai In-
tract loni on ail qnnUona pendtat betveen tba tiro v
ermaenla, ani with tba detennlaatien to bare tbem apeed,
fj ant amleabiy adjaated if saaibie. MTiV.t oar XlnUter
to China baa been inatrncted to oeeapy a nratral position
in regard to boitSttleaexlitlsg at Cantos, bo win cordial
ly co-aperatl ultb tbe BrIUab and fnnch mlnU-Uraln
aa peieetnl meaaurra to secure by treaty alipulattepa
and thoaa ju t eoaertaiaoa locommtrce which the na
tWna of th ' wrld bare a rfeht io expect, sod which
OMna cannot be permitted to withhold.
Osr did cam ta with New Grenada are, It la to
haped. Is a fair train far settlement, la a manner Jut
and hosor.hie to both parlies ; that lb Ucltrd fltatra are
mere derpty intmtd than any otbtrrjallan, la prwrr
Ins ihe freedom and ttcarlty of all the coicmanlcaUon
term the Ithmca, Caatral America, lndoJlLSPasama.
lie reeaaaMnea Ihe paxes of an act aslbo.rr.tos Ihe
Pre.llt is cxte of ntceaaity to ernplay Lima and Kara!
f-H-eea U carry lata eaVt thta (sarantee of DesUallly and
alMtome ahallar I'ttfiatloa farlhetecarlty of any other
o:e acrua Ui Iithanl la which we may acqalta as In
ter tat by treaty.
The Freardest coodrmaa any lawless expedltlose fitted
out aratnat lodefeodent BepobLca cn lbla Continent and
eammenda tbe whale anNect to the aerl.na atUntlon of
rXBfrear.btlKrtEf oar daty and osr Interest, s well a,
oar natlosal character, leqstrethal we adopt aschmeaa-
sreaaa wtH beaffectmal lareatrasins osrdUaeot from
oocBGu It lief aaea estrrg es.
Xaxsis. The rreridist si it that tba rasaaa Can-
UlsfcBalOBrentioa waa not rwssd by tha Easaaa
Xebraita an to au&mlt any other portion of tbe Consti
tution ta an election, except that which Males to the
doiuea.ic lntltotKns of aUrery. That as election will
be held nudtr LeglUatlTt asthorlty, aul It any portion
of l be lebsbiUnta relate to Tote after baring a fair op
portunity to do eo, that this will b: thetrowa rotiistary
act. and that they atesc wlB be refpxittble for the eon-avqseceea.
Dtau. Tbe President sijs that the rebellion In Utah
Is the drat which haaerer existed in onr Territories, aid
that humanity rojalree that It should be pat djsra Is
Booh a manner aa ahall proro to bo tha best. 1 bat ia or-
dtr ta eo tbta effectually, it win be necessary to raise fcinr
addKwsal nalsi nta of V. S. troops.
Be alsa reegtamendsth establishment of a Territorial
GoremsBent for Arlionla; and commends to tbe friendly
OuBiMeraiiea of Onzress the esbject of tha Pactae rail
road withoet Saally coxunlttlas hims.lf to asy particular
He caHs special attention to tbe recommendation to
the Secretary of the Nary ia raror of constructing ten
smalt ateamer of llibt drascbt The President refers to
other astoecta of Lalional importance.
In the Booae tbere waa a spirited debate on the pro-
ceediBgaef the cascss far the election of a public printer.
Tbe PreaMent says, is refuting to the gnsnnal Tills,
it tbe fatuities of wett leg dated banks cannot be enjeyed
wilhant calsmiiiea oocsrrlnc lite tb present, which tbe
basts hare hUbrrta it Aided, it would b better to de
prire the banks altosether of tbe power to lasso paper
currency -conflni&g tbem entirely to fa&ctiocs f dis
Public Laxds. He thinks that tbe public lasda
ahaald to disposed of to hardy, todepesdsBt and lsdns
trlons citizens wbo are desirous o- csJUratiog tb act.
instead of sqcaodering lands upon oojecta of questiona
ble cuistitnUenality: be betiereaiito be a mot lmpor-
aat trust, and deprecates -speculation, a&4 recommcsda
that anrrrja should only be made aa fast aa emigration
desnauds, and ears that if Congreas oa'y grasta alternate
seUioss to State orcmpanlea, other aectioas saoud btf
retained for a&ual settlt rs at a moderate price. lie ooo-
cemna mi tier prewnu to the Indiana, and n-sch prefers
coienlerbg aad educating tbem Is habits of Industry.
ne also says that tbe late financial revolution will b
beaeadallf It ehall cause the return of public and pri
vate economy deprecates Ihe tart that tbe moat tmpor
taalbUt are crowded istoCeegreea at tbe laat raosu&t
tbe session, and determines to approve of no bill un
less time la a flirted for examination and aske Congress
exempt tbe Preaideat, two daya prior to adjournment.
from the reception of anyCoogresa baalsest for apprc-
In the House there waa considerable discsailos In rota
tion to a pibtic printer, during which XT. Clemen
charged that a perron, whose name he declined giving,
with having endravered ta procure hla rote fer Wendall
tbateSln. Mr. Smith, of Ta., tflered a resolution
for tbe appiistmest c a committee to examine lha sub
ject cf pahltc printing and to postpone the ele.tion of a
printer. Oreagman preferred to appoint a printer ties.
J and alsa U lavestUate the subject.
The President's message coming n thin Interrupted tbe
debate, afterward Hr. Booocx atkrdfor the election of
Printer. Growwisbedtbe enormous bock expenditures
atoped. Without eoseJndlug a- Joirned.
15 the Sezate Doutlasa expressed himtelf farora
Heloall themesaage excptthat which related to the
Hasaas and Lrcemetsa CosTe&Uon.
lllontfarj ani) inannal. cCommtmal Mattes.
aCEwvnis pah.t appsal times, I
WEnnExnAT, ltmber S. IS37.
Cixciiuxti P'ons tbe Br qntrer of D-cmtxr 6 :
Tbe paymeita yesurday. the dth. were ois1erable, but
tht demant fercsn7 wa ne-t g'oater than it hat been
fi-r several days pat t, th indebtedness barlnr bm pro
vided t r iu tb rally portion ef the wevk. Thaptp-rsf
alt pirtlet la rood standi-ic was promptly met. but a
nsrober of cotes of snaltenst were held over and pro
tested. In exdiasge and ela we hear of no alteration.
The oilerlnxsat tbe discount boasts ceatlsued numeraas,
but Third street waa doll.
Chicago. From the Timet of December 8: There
I so IraaroTcsieut yet In monetary affaire, but It la
expected that after to-1ir too supply ' Western car
rercy wm be at least equal to tbe d-mand There S
been a sood deal of paper In the street te-dar. and e on-
or it made by good men ; but only a small portion of It
haa be discounted. The d- mand f ar money 1 greaUy
la excess of the supply. peat lBeotrrraleoc lathe
mult. Kstterd et-hante is firm at 7 9 cent. Goldli
UJoteplentra'DSTrlc'ct. We sale at blthov
treme, and a-)i at.S ?l c nt. Itocty commands 2KS
"P cent, smooth
JfEKpniS DAILT APPKAL OrPICK, I
WEnaisOAV, December S," 1837. (
Cotton. Tbe market waa again very dull yesterday,
buyers shaved no dlspsaltUs ta prrata, The sal a mad
were at 10!ill H e.-nls, the toiler price for a very nic
article of Cottf-n.
Dicraber 1, Mobile, thro was at general lrtjalry to
day ; sellers were disposed to realli-, and at a shads esaler
prices about fOO bale were sold, tba ralrtel daslBg
quietly asd is faror cf bsyer Jf.dJUag 11V11I.SC
D crmbeT t. Kaw Orleans, la th morning early some
buyers caste fitward ant leek about 350 bales at yesttr-
day'a rates, bat aubsequestly, the Ana Ties' advices be
coming known, cperatioBs wars at ones srreitsl and
prices Kcotnpl'tetynu,tt:edtht qnotatlonj are out ol
Baooino and Rorc...Th lamsnd is gaod and tha
stock tart. W qooUi India Baaglng IIti; Ken
tntVy Band Loom BaWr. H!C Ceatscky Power
Loom 171S Rope. nnd Spurf, 78e., City Ma-
A CARD. chlse. 210 sent. Mcoomo- iron Tie 8 X cents fl .
In order to reller the business community we wHI af- WHEAT.. ..Wequo'e TI73e. V bushel for fair to
ter Xoreaber tat. receive oa deposit and in payment of prime, and ehol-e Iota dry bright at 80s.
collections the folWwing Baak Notes, reserving tbe light
U par all checks la aay of si 1-1 currency at our option
W wltl nit .ecelre os deposit notes of any f ank under
five dollars, except Bank of Tennessee and those pro
tected or payable In Memphis.
COfMKRCIAt. BAlCr OP TRVJfBSSEK,
SOCTOBHS' BANX OP TRVWiSSKK,
kivbb BA-vr; or texkkssee,
BANC eiP MElfPUti;
BANC OP WKST TEXKESSSX.
October 1, 1857.
UBT OP CUBKIKCT.
All Kentucky Banks,
AH Missouri BaRkt,
AS Sooth Carolina Hacks,
Slate Bank of Ohio,
BUta Bank of India at.
northern Bank sf A'abaraa,
Southern Bank of Alabama,
Bsnk o' VoMls,
Bank of Empire State Ga .
Commercial B nk Bruns
All Auguata Banka
All Savsnah Hanks except
All baska paytein Memp'a,
Back of Cbafanooga,
Basket tbe Dnlon,
Bank of Commerce.
ltisaieelppl Mutual Ins Co.
Memphis Lots and Houses for
r HAVE nmt -very deatrab'e Mempkls Property, which
A. wut ex uanaro ror acstucb.
1I-Stwlm HEVRTO SUtTt
-fTlOOa H0KDBKD AVD SEVKNTT-SKVltrT
A. acres cf LAND, on tbe Memohis and oaaslea-
toa RaUr-ad tblrtr-are miles eaat of M-tarAU,
known aa nay's crossing It well snited f-r a
SUck Pa'ra and Wo-d-yard. Aout Ton Hundred acre
nneiy nxu-mi Balance In cultivation, all wetl en lesed
A yocng Orchard ; good Cabin and other convenient lm.
prurements en tbe plaev
I wilt sell with tbe pi are th stark of Mule. Cows,
Bjgs and Sheep, with as abaodasce of Corn and Fo der.
aod give poeeaaen at any lime. Persons wlibine to
bay, had best call son on B. Sals oa tb p ace, o- on m
I aiempctt. w. B. WALDBAIT.
ABOUT tbe drat of Octobir. a amall yellow boy,
K0MOKO lZrr IS years old. spare made, had
os a Mae cloth military coat and a white wool hat.
will pay a liberal reward for the delivery ot htm.
ror informs i mat win enat:e mt to xet him.
decIlawSt Uemnbt Tern
BOOES'BAMKR, M. D , of few Terr, contem
plates belux Is Xew Orleans by the 30th Dec-m
ber, to remain there two or three- montba ne wBl. as
usual, devote hla eiduelre attention U the Vedlealase
Surgical Treatment of Cbrrslc Dlseasea ; especially those
of tb" lower Bowel such aa Pir,OoiwllaU, Fists'a
Fissure, Falling of the Bowel. Ulceration of the Bswef
Stricture of the Sowel (lc Bis rrsMenee will be at tbe
. Chirl-e Ilotel, and his otaee win be made keows aa
soon he r aches Xew Orleans.
utters can be addressed to Dr Bodenhaer. Xew Or
leans. I -a , snd the will be promptly alien led to.
XestTobk, Deceo-ber 8 Cotton dec lned X j Upland
II. Piaor firs. Aed Wheat 1 Sol 37. Corn de
eUud. CbtcagaBeef 11!1. Lard advanced X. Coflce
heavy. Ltnssd Oil Sl5t. TaHow 10. Klc advanced K.
Cmcis.t ATI, December 8. Flour dull at $t. Whisky
1SV. Oats3Sa)?. Wheat 75 85. Early 6065. Bogs
635V. Mess Park UKolUH.
Memthis, Xovember 17th, 1857.
THK pa-tnershrp heretofore existing between tbe un
flersUnejJ, esier tbe nn aad title of I. VEST at
CO." Is thr day dltaolTed, by moteal content B Gra
ham having bvught L. Vesl'a latere t la the business cf
sM arm, I hereby authorhted ta eoTret tbe detru owing
to H, and assumes and undertakes to par Its llstl'it lea.
Signed, HARNETT GBABAM,
AT COST FOR CASH.
$75,000 Worth of Dry Goods at Cost 1
THE scarcity of money, the d!flcuty Is exchanges
and tbe absolute necessity of tm&ctualilv. haa In
duced roe to buy Mr. L. VEST' S Interest tn tha business
of L. Test a Co.," with a vi-w to winding- up said bu
siness; aad I noweffer at COST FOR CAStl. and manv
arttoie as k s men con, mo enure stock: on ba&d
amouaung to over $75,000. B. GBABAM,
Ij. m o c c o ,
And dea'er Is aH kinds of
Green ami Dry Fruits,
PRESERVES, PICKLES, NUTS, OYSTERS.
bAHUlNES. SUOICH ALE AND LO.-
DOy PORTER, WINES, COR
DIALS AND CIGARS,
3To. 220 IVTrt-lxa. atroot.'
BEG leave to can the attention of dealers and consu
mers af goods in my Una Io my unusual lam ainck of
above-mentioned rwds, feeling confldrnl that I can suit
m ooaeai Buyers, at ncnnts f rem tha country are pr
leuIar1y!Bvitedtoexamls ray stock before purcbaslcg
Mwuera. a bato a rs y extrntlve slock cf Wood and
In Tvr, and a general assortment of facer artlclea
aulUble for the approaeeiaz holidara. which I wit sen at
coat to dealers ntv7.Vl!v
Oox.l....r Corn sa ta esc, in licit aw u eoc, sa-
Flour.. The demand U gaod and ta fnJly equal to tb
top ply, but priors sro rapMry dectlalsg. SuperSa. &
SOatS 50: Xxtra, 7 603. r. Hart bun . Co. 3 M
WnisKT.... Common reetlflrd MI 51c. Dexter's IS
Strain.. ..Stocks light, with rood den and. Fair
Loaf aso OnrsnED SvoaB....l OUKc
Oorn....Talr asd Choice, ills QUe.
P0WDin....Eettucky Rifle tenx.ee lots asd upwards.
$7 25; amderten, not less than are krgs,$7 60; under
Kolloway'rj Oiutmeut nnd Pills.
T11E approval of Royalty Is only valuvtl becassa
monarcbs are supposed to bar rtcrlred the best adrlce
of the aooit lesroed is their respeetlre klcgdemai and
fer thla rss-.n, tb adoption of UOLLOWAT'S ULU
AND OIKTMEXT by all th Royal Famlllrs ot Esrope b
I a significant sign, ss It rtjrt seats th opinion of tb Es-
rooean C Urges.
Sold at th manufactorr, XorSO Maiden Lane, Xew
Tork, and by all druggists, at 15c., fie., and $1 per box.
THE fonowlageoaamaTSlcatlan explains Itself. Atarge
stack at las sam sort k.pt f onttanUy on hand.
U)WNi3, ORQILT. it CO.
Aj-nlt far Stearns & Marvin.
MEHrms, Texw., XoremberSi. 1&J7.
Messrs. noma, Oram f Co.!
OavTLEMiH ti reply to your Inquiries caneernlag
the attempt made by barflara on lhanlght af 'tb ih
Instant, to rob our Fire Proof Safe, Xa 8SS1, wa take
pkaesr t- slatlag that th eSbrt, thugh evidently
made fcy aklllts! pe-aonj, with tools pecuUailr adapted
to tbelr TlSalnoB work, and perhaps employing a goodly
portion of th Bight, proved a signal f altars.
Th Safe Is th tarn we brutht of you aoms time art.
snl ws (eel It due to the mauul actum. Messrs. Steams
Marvin, to rommuxOcOe, to them through yen these
Th attack, la all prsbabHtty, waa first mad l upon the
lock, which bring on of th - La Befla" powder-precf
they bad to abandon, after oraplely damaging It for
uae, by cold chisels or eharp steel Instrument. They
then cut a hole about tb slit ot aa egg to lb right of
end a Utile below th key-hale, asd after malting
quantity, ct filling atfflslsntt have beea replaced by at
CHROMIOTYPES JUST DISCOVERED.
THE only Chrom't jpa O athry la Memphis, whsr yes
can gal ail kinds of Pictures -axes, at prices to ault tha
These beautiful gems of Art, fCroml type) hare bea
recently d scovereJ by F. X. Vaisallo They H soon
supercede asy other kind f Pictures known; there is sn
elegaaci and relief tSxX aHout the Cbrtmtstyp that ha
only to b seen to be appreciated. Th Chromtetp9 Is
tvt known or taken a t any olier GaHery in tha country.
WiB yon be so kind ss to hecor this GaSery with a caa
aad rtamlcaltoa of tha Comparer! re awrtta of Its art.-
They are taken at tbe Chrealstrpe GaBery. T
novlS-Iy Xo. 311 Main street.
Saddles, Harness, Ilriiiles, &c.
WE are now Just recelvtog a fresh and well selected
stock of goods la this Una, such as
Barn lb fiixi.vqj, dorse covers.
SADDLE BAGS, ETC.. Trie.. ETC..
OP ETEKT VABIETT.
AH ef which we wHI saM at tbe very as-vest market rates.
EDMOXDSOX a, ARMSTRONG,
X. in Mala street,
aatfO-ly Miga at th GoMeo Htirrup.
nandsl- Bnntll Bands!
ITE keep coaatsBtry ca hjad a tea assortment ef both
Machine-Stretched Leather and Gsm-Etasttc
GIN AND MILL BANDS,
flvetfxj, ft 15; Mining Powder, ten keg lotsaad n- I least a'poundcf Dowjee.exploai.as wr rr,ducef, wllb- I "Jlslreij, frem two to slileen laches la width, and aa
wards, $4 75; five keg lot and upwards, 15; under live I out aay visible efl)Ct ca the door or Safe. The TiBain I r lft Agesta of the siaaaf actsrets, can aefl tbem
a uw as iney can befauod In th market, and Euarasteo
usem to oa of tha best quality made.
Xa. 3t7 Main street,
angao-ly Wm at the Galdeet Stirrup.
iBAVE tn store and far sale tow to tbe trade :
d hhda. Fresh Figs;
6 caaes Vew Citron;
10 bbla. Currants;
S30 botes Raisins layer X R whale, half and
SM boxes assorted Pickle;
00 boxea hermetically sealed Fruit assorted;
100 boxes Pie Fruit;
10-1 box-a Core Oysters;
33 cases ball and quarter boxes Sardines;
SO boxes Rock Candy;
JO bbls. sort sh-ll Almonds;
303 bbls. sssorted Kota;
to boxes Fire Crackers;
100 baskets Champigne various bran-is;
50 casks Tecnet double Sherry Ale;
50 casks London rotter;
15 cases assorted Toys;
100 boxes aesarted Preserves;
100 boxts assorted Jellies;
10 cites Guars. Jtlly;
10 caaes Prune is Jars snd boxes;
300,000 Cigars various brands.
nov25 3w L. ROCCO.
Horn Lithe Road,
PORT TarrFtr-FTiT ttt.,
rp 1119 oW and extensive Hot IIiuo aat Gar-
jl. ara. nas now n nana tse ure-tt col-c I -n
ol GRtEX-noUSE PLlXTS, ORXAMEXTAL
SHRUBS aad EVERGREENS, tete'her with the'
moat extensive a41-dion of FRUIT TRKE3 of au de
acriptliBs; BULM1U3 ROOTS FLOWRBSEED. Ac , and
are now prepared to fill all ord'rs. Al-o will attfnd to
the laying on and ornamenting Hardens Is town or
country au oroera an TessM to me, care of tr. X
Bunt A Co., will receir prompt atteail-vt..
novt-dtm JOSBPB RTCHAVAXE.
kegs 5 35.
Teas... .Retail prices: Imperial !$1 - tj aun-
powrJer$ltI50iTouBgHyren80csS,lU, Black 60
PnovitloxsCJear Sides.. ..Xomiial 13U. Shoul
ders, none. Bams UXQISc. p.rx frsmwagrms, $
Potatoes. Receipts largo, ss4 prices continue at
60s. per bushel.
Star Cakoles... .15937 llgit and run weight.
Sardixei... .Wholes, none; Halves, i 50 aldoses;
trnAfriria PAPIB...Lari alia, $1 Ji rtara; me
dium, 80c; small slsa, (Oc
Molasses. ...30 to 35c for prim In barrels.
Cheese....''. R. 15 c; S. D. I5-31SC
XlJTJ....Sof t Shell Ainonda, IB toSOS & Paeans
HDIOO....tl 35 U l 50 1 t.
3r.T....1oars5, litits, ! 05)1 10. Tims, $1 50
1 tmbex... .Poplar, $30 00; Cypress, $15335
TeQo- Pine, $35337 60; Pise Tloortsg, (37 601 -VTait
Pine, dressed, $35 0$W.
Cuacxebi... .Water, H bbl, $535; Butter, $S5 S
Bursa, tiH Tf b; Soda, lie; Boston, tic
TOBACCO....'equotMlsatrrl, Kentucky and Tenaea-
see, pounds aad half pound at 31 2; Vlrglsla, ft
and Osgood brands, 3540c; TirgiBla, extra brands.
pcmnds.tnOc; and chslce and fancy, 60$l 00.
ViHEeAB...U.pp!e(pure)$ 003469 9 bhL, JsTaaa-
factnred(psre) $53 $5 60.
CoBJt Meal.. ..From wagons past week at 90s$l OS,
Bice.. ..By tbe tierce 6X(.
FEATBEru....t5 to 60c; but little demand.
STA&cn. . ..Ohio Pearl, 9 g J X .
LACXIto....Maeon's $3 363609 gross.
WOODEli WABX.. .tainted Palls, $3 60$35 ft dex
Painted Tsbs,$t I3X4 35 ta nest.
STEcr.... .Spring, I3X! German, US'! Xsgllsh Blis
ter, 30c; American Blister, 10c J Cast Steel 35c
Cobdaoe... .Manilla, 16!Cc ? t; Cotton, 3SO30C
Stoxe Ware.. .emng at l6c V gallon.
Shot abo Lead,.. .Per bar, 8Xc. Shot, $3 15a
Mackerel.. ..Scarce at full figure.
FREiariTS.. ..Rates Irregular. wa quota: rom
Memphis to SU Louts, Cotton, $1 35 t? bale. To Xew
Orleans, Flsur 35c. H bbl.; Coiton, $1 36 per bale ;
Hoi see; $3 H head; Cattle, $7; Sheep, $1; Bog, $1
SO V bead.
Labd.... Stock keg very light at US15ct and no
barrels in tha market.
Inoir.. ..Tennessee Camber! and bar,) 6 X c fFennsyrra-
nla (PitUburgh bar,) 6c; Castlsgs (hollow ware,) t
Machine Castlnrs,6Mcfi ft.
TIS....I. o. $13 87 X, IX., $11 62 X ; Block 43 X eta.;
Bar 45 cents.
GLAtl....PrmcbTVlndow,8xI0, $7 60; 10x12, $37S;it
box 69 feet. PitUburgh 8x10, $350 11 box; 10x11, $375
NA!U....$,3S to $t 60 ft keg, according tooaality far
Eastern and Wheeling.
Lixseeb OlL....$10O3$l 05 per bbl. Lard Oil $130;
WntTE Lead.. ..7 to SX Wholesale, asd 8 to SX Re
tail; Bed Lead 8 X to Be.
Walt. Papeb.. ..Tba stock Is moderate, and compri
ses ereTy rariety of style and price; demand active, at
I0c$3 60 t roll of I yards, as la quality sad price.-
CnicSEKs....30JOc; Kgjs 1013Xc; Butter 30
BB00Mf....Fany, $Jg4 60; Gomssan, $335376k
Black PzrrEB....'Wo quote at 15c ft, with small
supply and demand.
LiazE....$l 10$l 35 T barrel.
Stock Market.. ..Wa qs.te good beeves at 4 to (Sc.;
Hogs to Sc.; Sheep $1 60 to $3.
HibE Alio Leatiieb Market Dry Flint 7cf-
Dry SaMed 63 ; Green silted 3c. Leather stationary as
seeds. ...We quote- clover at $10 baaael; bice
grasa$J 50; timothy $4g $5;; herds grass $3603$160;
muskeet, $3 60; orchard $3.
Mosetart Matters were dullyesterJay. Gold sold
at from 7 to 8 j eeut. Xrw Tk Kicbangs scarce at 6
v) cent premium. Xew Orleass also scarce at from 5 to
then abandoned tb. work, ooapletely beard.
deel d'Jsnt MASOX. KORVELL A BQ3XE.
The Cures made br A. XI. Smith's
ARE so Bearty miraculous as to resemble the famed
Scripture aceiusta cf almDar caret la anclrst tlaea by
the anointing with oil; aad these curve are so wanderfut
asd Instantaneous, so satisfactory aad mitigating of hu
man 111, as to call upon posUs functionaries, and those
havirg charge of pitlis iBitltutions far tha sick aBdsuf-
ferlBg.to look into th well attesfd merits, the simple
earacy of this "Electric Oil "
I win forfeit $100 If th BLEOrRIO OIL, sold at ccr-
rer at Walnut and Eighth Streets. Philadelphia, falls'to
car a slag' ca of Rheamatim,orPaisx In ths Back
er Limbs, PUe, Sores, or Burns, Fever Seres, Ulcers,
Caked Breast, Sore XiEptea, Bronchial ArTJCtlona. SsreQ.
ed Glands, Felocs Stlffatn la th -Jelats or Xeck, also
Palp'tatlon. To n mov all sorrnesi and swifting In f . om
6 to S3 mlButes, If appled:ta aay pattest, mala or I'-
mala, ta th aloahout, or aay public institution ia the
Sold la Memphis, by WARD at JOKES,
dcc!-d3w 323 Maia-at.
Soro and Inflamed Eyes.
THKSl dtiagreeabl comptalata are becoolag rema(k-
ably prevalent oMate, and give any thtag bat tn inter- I GREEK BIDES, for whleh I wHI pay tb highest price
Hides! Hides! Hides!
" prvpazmal any ttm to pay tha BIG BEST
jsakkst PRICES, ia OASn.far
DRY HIDES, SHEEP AND DEER SKINS.
Shipment aottetted, I which w premise our sremst
ana special aitesUra.
EDMOXDSOX A ARMSTROKO,
augSO-ly Slsa of the GoMea Stirrer.
A. H. H I S"E, "
WBOLRSALK AXD RETAIL DEALER IX
macs, LieatUcr and lilnlngs,
AU. 262 MAIN-cT., UP STAIRS,
Over G. S. LodW, Store.
BA8 now on band and will be recetrtag weekly, by the
Memphis and St. Louis packets, diref from th maaufao-
turers, every desert ptluo of UATBEK and LIXIX6S,
which wHI be seM, w holes al asd retail, at th St. Louis
HIDES I HIDES ! HIDES 1
l wans PIT HUXDRED TBOUSAXD DRT and
aa. lot lock to the posseisor ef th diseased organ. "A
red asd fiery eye " la not pretty to look at, aad certainly
cannot be agreeable t hare "for Wpi," as th boy
tsy. We can tell those afflicted la thla manner how to
cure the evil aad wos't charge them any thing tor the
Information. Let them get some ef BRAGG'S ARCTIC
LIXIMEST and touch the lsfiamel part with It a few
tlms, and tb work la dour. -The Arctic Liniment may
be obtained at asy of the Drug stores la this place.
TBE superiority ot the Ambrotrp over the Daguer
reotype is universally acknowledged, and they la their
tarn are totally eclipsed by the ZO-OXOGRAPfl, which ,
la th result of a a-w chemical process discovered by
Professor REMIXGTOX, aad perfected after much labor
Fnrs and Pel trip.
aa carisxat all Umu v... ..
r Jrs, Deer asd Sbeeo Skina rink, wvs a- w
call and see me, at 353 Mala atrwt. no at.iv. hefne.
a,ItTaV avIoawvarKsBM - 1 ' " w
-.-"a- .- aval.iXfi vCTn
LETTER from a dUllaaraLJjea physlctaa ia Massachu
Messrs. JotErit Bcbxett A Co . Boutoo Gentle.
men: Agreeably to your request. I have car-rerT.
ammed the formula whlea yo empsey in the manulae
tsr of the article to kteb you give tbe name of BtTR
XETrS KALUSTOX. and I m bapoy ta say that I find
tbe Ingredients eemprUteg It to be audi as asedteal men
weu'd approve of, for amettoratlsg the coodHlaa 0f the
akla ta CBtaaesos afTiMteBa
Tht com bins Hon is entirety Judieaeas sad mniuu.
aad perseverance and weH ca-eoj.ted to promote a healthy casdltiaa of
The picture and all the style known to the art are I 'he akla. I am glad ta persr-rre that glycerine w one ef
taken by Piof eaacr REMIXGTOX, In the new operating 1 1 eompoaents. As a eofmattc, your sTilM'ten sssst ta
verydtrabn,aalaadrlioa to its efficacy. 11 la a de
lightful perfums. ResKecffuly yours.
Prepared by 1 osrrir Bqbuiett A Co., Beaton.
Par sab by S. If AXSVIELB 4. CO.. and dealers sene-
Tally. Price 50c and $! per bottle. m,1M,i.i.
F. H. CLARKE A CO.
I while In t
. W. HODGE & CO.,
So. 55 Front Row,
oct3-m MEMPBIS. TEXX
T) AX AW AT from th undersigned, living in De-
ib B9o couusy, jaiaa . anoui rmtr miles east
Hernanu, ea irwsth Car of Novemb-r. a nerrc
man naaiea nnnssi . oata negro la auout 3Z or
years of ate, ia of a yellow completion, 6 feet 4 or
6 locBes Btxh. win weir, a abtut 115 or 140 pound i; hasa
sear oa ose cbeek or the other, not reflected which.
caused from a barn. Is very fun cbasted, asd walks with
hi beeat aad sNiuMers thrown back. Be had oo aa
aid watt wool hat. Hnsey cost, osaabura panta. and bre-
x.n stK-s. i wm give me a -ore reward If taken within
tbe Slate ot Mmls-lppt, or $50 ut ef tbe State, If
secured ia JaHsothat I can get him. Addrea uv at
Berriaada post OSte. J. L. SXtTB,
GOODS AT NEW TORK COST
AND ON A CREDIT.
IBAVE at Memphis, la tte care of Wilkinson. Par
'kC.. Xo 17 Front Raw, np stairs. TfllRTT
PIV; THOUSAXD DOLLARS W0RTB OF MERCBAX
DtSE. era bra dry every variety of
Staple and Fancy Goods.
SHOES, BOOTS, SADDLERY,.
i wui cu ax t,ir ani give the parcaasen- 3, (, 9,
13, 16, 18 and 33 tn nth time, for the wble stock, or
will divide it la Invoice of not le tbaa $3,0X1 each.
Call on WSklnsoci, Parham A C, who are fully au
tborlxed to act for mt in tbe matter of maklai sales, or
call on me at Pise Bias. Arkansas
l-a-l:w4t WM. G. CRA7LET.
Eaxla and Eeejatrs- copv.
WE are thla day In r e-lpt ol a superior article of
OBEWIXG TOBAtXX) pecn larly adapted to the
uitBvi mrta-niDi. tyau ana iry it
Also, six V CSStsSTDerlor BRANDT, dirretlv rrnrn an
Importer Far sals only by tin cat.
dect-lw CAPERS A SMITH.
Or Exchango-for Zfcgroes.
OFFER for al my Slrlfty Street JU$'denct. This
p-f-perty cannot be surnaawd in tbeci r. forbeantv
or location, or 1U eon ven fences for a frivclt cllf retl
sfrnce. Cbacgiux my locaU'n from a tl y, t that sf a
co.ntty life, is tbe on y Induce ment to ptrtwilh thla
pro enj . m- terms, axe, vmtcs are ressonoou apply
tu me, persouaay. JAS. O. HcMAKCS,
o Io J G. LOXSDALE, Esq., uu Ug my absenca
frem the city. tec-I m
laost and Unclaimed
Alderman Ftncie wan added to the Navy
Yxd Connlttee, aad Uie ou4 adjourced.
AT COST FOR CASH.
WE ARS SELLING AXD WILL SELL FOR TBE XEXT
Oar large stack of
Watches and Jewelry!
AT COST FOR CASH I .
J; E. JSIEUIUSaAN & CO.,
rrrS m 353 Malr street, Unlos Bkcr.
IfBW PIASO "STOKE.
THE STODART PIANOS.
BAB th. pleasure to smoounee ta his frleods aad the
public grneraUT. that be has been appointed by Messrs.
Stodart A Morris, of Xew Tork, Ageal for tt sals ef
B la now opening at their store en Adams street, a tew
doors ixtow the Wombats Booae, a targe stock which
which win be sold at -Vese I'ort price).
TTTILLbaaoll atthe Memphis snd Charleston Rall-
On the 12 lit day of December,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
TO PAT VREIQ1TT AXD CHARGE, to wit: Rnpe,
Bagging, Q?eeaswara Sal'.T mb tooes Trunks, Cloth
I ig, and Carpet Bg with 'heir contents, and vulscel
'aaeour artld -a, S'le r-illve B ATRES,
decl-tds BspertBqend'iit ef Transportation.
A LARGE assortment of ROSE-,
WOOD PARLOR SUITS OF FDR
MnJRE covered with B u-atene
and Plush. Also rich Marbletos
Bedroom bolts, just receiver, t'y
decJ-lm B. M GROSVEKOR.
STORE B0DSB. Xo. 375 MalatreetPes
aatsloo givra tbe 1st day of January.
d-rt-Jw B. GRAB AM.
c h Williams, xa u r. He xisicx.
WILUAWS . MCK.I81CK,
ATT0RXET5 AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee Offlee,
. north aid of Court Square. bot3-'p
Christmas is ETear at Hand,
AN D families caa rely on getting such artld as they
say want formaklng Mlree Pi a Currants, Rals-
tBa. Ot'ron, Cidtr etc., etc.
AB fresh asd fine.
K X. SPICKRkSOX.
A FARM of ctchty acres two aat a half mite
. from Court Squire, This p!a-e baa aboutiO
acre cleared. DwrtUui and all aeceaury out
House. Cistern and Brat rate Orch.M. For fnr.
therparticalars apply at Use office f TREADWKLL at
TALLIXTIXZ, two doors balev tbe Commercial t
BirrSXf 8. YAiLLKTISE.
T1EIKS desirous to cjrxeatrate" my basinet-, I
l"l viii mu -either one" of my stock of Co' blnr. alt-
mtnrl at tba tnrserot Bslon and Rbetby streets, orXo.
165 Main street, wuh lesaa, fixtnraj, Ac Far any one
that has rocney. and being de-itoai of engaging In a
pe n labia btttlneaa wBh a fair start atreadr ms'e
apply to t wiLOBfBGEK.
X. B If either stocks are not sold by tbe 1st January
next,X. 355 MalatLreitwmUf.rrent.witbflxlures.
' decS-tw J.W".
HAVIXG been appointed Aaatgrsea of PXTTOK A
BARBIK, notice is hereby glv-u to alT persons In
ert led t .sld Una by no'e y acc-rtmt, to coma forward
Immediately and settle, as IsdulceBos cannot be xlvjD,
Uia the underslrned la alaae acthetir-d 10 rlvs recelptj
Is discharge f the Uahilitte to tha said firm.
box! 6-daw3ta By hla attoro-y. at. D. Aagtasd.
A a K X T
FOR THE IfEAV ORLEAKS AND CAIRO
River Mali Packet CeiampaHy,
f9 GENERAL EfiEIGHT AGENT,
iio. iiag x nun x aunj
Xext door abor w. S. B4cAbmb4 A Co.' eaaoe, .
Iflfl OASES Lemon Syrup Juat received aad for tale
llU b- B. B. POTTER, Mais-et,
myl s-trd door Xorth or Worabam nous.
COFFEE 150 bats coffeejuit received, aad for sale
lew to the trade by
novSt FLUnaXOT, COOPER A LEA EE.
RICK AXD MACKEREL. To arrive on the B. B. W
Bill, and for sale by
FLOORXOT, COOPER A LEASE,
rv34 m Mai street.
LEA & PERBINS'
of a Lettr from a
TO BIS BROTBEB.
TO BS TBS
'Oaly Good Sauce,'
AXD APPLICABLE TO I .SU
WORCESTER, May, '61
Tell LEA A PEB
RIXS that tbelr
SAUCE is highly es
teemed In India, and Is,
in my opinion, tcenwet
palatable as well as the
most wholesome Sasce
that 1 made.
Tha sly Medal awarded by tba Jury ct the Xew Tork
Exhibition for Foreign Sauce, was obtained br LEA A
PERKINS for their WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, the
world wide fame of which bating led to numerous tmlta
Uons, purchasers are earnestly reuuested to see that tha
aarne of "LEA A PBRRINS" are Impressed upon tbe
Bottle and Stopper, and printed upon the labels.
Bote Wholesale A cents ir th Cnlted States.
John Duncan & frons,
405 BROADWAY, rt . Y
A stock always la store. Also, orders received for di
rect shipment from England. ray-ly3p
r. M TorrLAXD. c. W. EDMOKPf. E. w. CALDWELt.
COPELAND, EDMONDS & CO.,
73 TEARS OF AGE.
Whoso rands of life have nearly run out, discovered
i taeBiir. imsiee, a certain cere ler Contumn -
thma, Bronchitis, Congee, CH is, and General
Deoimr in- rem' ay was discoverer by u!m waeu his
only child, a dasthter, was xlven u to die. ne had
heard mu:h of tbe wosderlul restorative and healing
qual tie, of preparations mad from thsEastlndta Hemp,
.nu tne taasans occariea to ntm trial ne migat make a
remedy for hi. child. Be studied hard and succeeded. ta
realiztaa his wishes Bis child was cured, and la sow
alive and well. Be has since alniEiiteml tne wcn-ler
fat remedy to tbousaBds ot saserera In all parte of th
world, and be has never failed Is making tbem complete
ly h-alU.y and happy. Wlahlsg to do aa much good as
possible, be wnl send to such of his afflicted tellow-bet&vs
as request It Ihia recipe, with lull and explicit dlrec-
tl.us for msxisg ti up, and successfully nlng It. II a
requires each appdeant to ladoae htm on shilling I
three cents to be returned aa pottage on th recipe, aad I
tb remainder to be appid to tbe pasmrat of tki.
alverttfement Address Dr. B. JAMES,
novU-lmls Xo. 19 Grand St., Jersey City, X. J.
CL0SLVG OUT SALE IT ACTUAL COST
WE offer at ACTUAL COST FOR CASH, th balaar
of our stock cf
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
Also a Urge and very complete assortment of
GEXTLEMEX'3 FrJRXISBlXa GOODS, .
Ssperisr SOLE LEATHER TRDXES,
LADIES' TDXKS, Ac
We Intend ro humbug, as our stock must be pad for.
and to do so. It must be sold FOR CASH. Therefore,
we will rrlea our Goods at ff rial coif, and will have but
oE PBicc JOHNSON A JDST.
nortl-Sm Xo. 3 Claik'a Marble Block.
I) R IT GO O&S.
FROM TBIS DATE
Canilcc, Mix. Si Co.,
J.t Cost for OabIii
Their lmmanse stock c f
STAPLE AND FASCY DRT GOODS 1
la quantities to suit purchasers.
This Is probably the belt bosgat asd best selected shack
la th Southwast, embracing every rariety ot
8ILX AXD FAXCT GOODS,
STAPLE AXD PLaXTERS GOODS, a . -
BOOTS, . Cf .
TBE nvt severe case of thts dreadful oamMalnt hare
beea cured by a few dose of JONAS WBITOt-MB'S
REMEDT FOR A3TBMA, ani la no instance has tt
failed to glee Immedlatr r Hef.
Prepared oaly by Jotnpa BrRinrrr tt Co..Treaont
For sale brS. Miss riELO A Co.. aad aH Drusrlsta
at$ p-rb.ttle. nrrrll.i-i-
A POMADE for beautifying the BAIR-oixtlTner-
tumed, superior to any Frerjch artieta imported, aad for
half the price. For dresshig Ladies' Hair It has no
equal, giving it a bright, flossy appearance. Iteassea
Geatlemea'eBalrtocur! la th aust natural manner.
It removes dandrutr, always giving th Hair th appear
aaco ot being fresh shampooed. Price only fifty cents.
Xone genuine uale signed, FETRIDGE A CO.
Proprietors of the "Bains of a Thousand Flowers."
BAr For sale by an Drnggtsta. apI7-dcodly
it, ntre xeetli. Perfumed Rreatk
uuu uenitiuQi uonipiexiou.
uaa e aiqaired by using th "Balm op a Tboc
iasoFlowibs." What lady er gesHeman would re
main under the cars of a dUaireeaMe breath, when, by
aaing too Balm or a Thousabd Flowim" a a
Identrifice, would net enly renter It sweet, but leave the
teeth while as alabssUr? Many persons do not know
their breath 1 bad, and the ichfect Is so delicate their
friends will never mentka tt. Beware of counterfeits.
Be sure each bottle is atgaed,
FETRIDGE A CO.. Xew Tork.
Cy For sale by an Druggists. spI7-deodlr
A BEAUTIFUL HEAD
Ricli, Glossy Ilalr3
TO THE GB5A.TEST AGE.
AMD wbo that Is xrar waoM sot hsva It restored to
.... '.riar ' " bar, bat vnmsX havw tb growth
rearM: or troubted with aaa-irutr ani Itcbtag, but
r.vTV. removed; er trwrtte with serofsla. aeald
.lr bn- woakl be cured; or wilt
ilrrl.. ..!,"ir,t- "OW be cur-d. It win
Wi?OBaiB?2lD'0 tm 'n. PROF.
An Anno a. November S, ISM.
PROP. O. J. WOOD Bear Mr - I has Ke.rrl -rr,
saM of lb. wesaVffa SvrVta ef y, B.?r Resr,
boa having beea s. fsea sa,,l!,l a?,.x"roua
Reaterauve la th ass tateierr wtak tk t..-J-?Z
ne SOTnHy-lrurapeted rjaact reuMdiet, urfH I met yoa
In Lawrence county tome montba aiace, when you cave
raa seen assurance laaVaeed the trial of year Re. tar a
Uve in aay farsaly, first by my good wife, whose hair
bad beoatt very 'bio aavt entirety wipe, aad bef.re ex
bauUir tmeof vif urge hbttte, her hair wm restored
Beany to its original beasjurat brown color, and hod
hlckroed and beeesae b-atssifol and xosst ssoa arvt eo.
tiresyevertaehead. SLecoaiUoea tou It. aat atmsiv
beraaae of rts fceaatlfytsg enects upaa the hair, bat be
cause .1 hs ne ana rat iBSaeace npoa use aeaa ana raisi,
Other of my fuslly and rrleBds are aeioc rear Restora
tive, with th bsppteat aereets; taerefere, my skepti-
fsea ami csuats ta reference to Hs character and value
are entirety removed : aad I caa and do Baoat cordially
aaa eeoaeeeualiy reeamtaearJ its use by aft who werd
have their hair restored fremwMte or rrsr. fby reason
af aarkBCM ar age,) to trtgtsal color asd beauty, aad by
u yews persons wao weau has tbetr hair beaatttai
ana gsy. very truly sad grateraqy year.
FnlEWO WOOD : It was a Isms lien after 1 saw vrn
as srwatN oerore 1 yet tbe bottle ef Boterattv far
wnion yea save me aa order anon v sr iwet to rvt-Mt
aad when I got Itwecuaetasl'd tatrr M Vn kus'i
hair, a th uret teet ef Hs power. It has dene all that
yea u"tsred me H wesM do J sad ethers of my family aad
friends, batter wHsessed Us erects, are Bow astas and
rrotB uxndtaa Ma uae to ether as estttted to tha hif h-
n.i TOosioerawep you c at B rer IX.
Atala, very ntgtxttmtj aad truty mn,
"SO LOB OX MAXX.
CAnr.TT.lt. ILL , Juse S3. 1S33.
I haveusM Prof. O. J. Wood'a Balr Restorative, aad
hre atfaatr- 4 Ha wvojerrei erTtcU Mrbairwaakeem.
Irr. aa 1 thoaeert, prematsrery gray, but by tbe us of
m. rmwsen rs oas reeuetea tu ongmal coisr, aad I
rarsatBsan parroaaesrsty so
S. BRZSSS, Es-9-nalor B. S.
o. i. worst) j 00 . Preartetors. all na,tw.v v
T , ft the rrnt X. T. WtreRarhBtg EstabHshseat,) aad
O A tasMby sat r trntsls. arj dawtv
For Uatcltie River.
(On the a -st itseaf tlse rvr )
JOAX OF AR3.. .......... .Jso ScARaass. Masstar.
rTIHrS fiao sreaser win mate reenter
X trBM between Xesta! aad Batrear.
o-smesvater en tte 9rt rl of tee tteerJ
aa I eei)Batag threughout th 1
PEOPLE MOVING !
GRAND RDSH FOR
REMBMSBB. he has the eaclasire right of Memphis
for this new aad beaBiiral style of psclure.
Bla X ,m MAIX STREKT, opposite the
Werahaai Bauae. over Jones. Brown A Go's.
UcSHONG bat lut received another lot of fine Lock-
rw. F.ncrr... Xc ets
ENGRAVING AND PRINTING.
WE are prepared to furnish la a superior style, nrt-
tatlen. Wedding, Tlsitug sod Bustnees Cards.
p. rt clark m.
BOXES Cheese, Just received and for sale by
u u. porrBrw
171 Xala-st., 3rd door above Adams.
QUGAR Twenty hhda. iugsr,new srop Just received,
tj are ror v tow ioiub iraoe py
novSl FI ODRVOT. COOPER A I.tttEB
1 rf Afi A SDPKRIORClnrs.lustm-flvedaad
for sale by H. B. POTTER,
H' 173 Mala at., 3rd Ooor above Adama.
CIiIII. Fever 2111 il true
THBRE Is. p-rbaDs. su disease morec. B,n n In mill.
maucuisincts toao tee oae nee me .taoaed; ar persons
are mora er leas suMeci to its iofloence .n-i narMmi.ri.
the unaceHmated Arxl ootwllhsurxlinr., there are many
pitpmi.irau. ataBty spoceti or a Deing Den-scral -or the
cure of this rompIaUt 1 yet. there Is none that hsa aloud
the teat, aad aoae a valuable, a SLEDGE'S KEKTODS
TONIO It ia truly a valuable, preparatioa, as may of
our leading citliua ta Memphis aaa testify, particularly
uw..nivruirnii-eiini,. Strang era settling, tn
miasmatic omricia or in is cur should not hectare
one sum Bt frem pror-urlas a bottle. Even the .itetit.
est sy-rKa-a -omeltm- result. In lour protraCed sUk
Bes hence the necessity of Ira mediate attention lm
as yen feel that Decullar chillv avniailn ,i..T, mmo.
1- .....a . ever ana A cue, raxe a cats of t
Xervoua Tonic four times a day tha effect sf which will
pro-n sue ea-acy 01 is prrparaUoal aad for Colds,
uouxss. Broocaitis, AstfHn. InBuenss, Croup, Whoop
tng Ojugb, Incipient Cousumptloa. arxl aH aCVctio-a of
the Lun pt, mee the BOARBOCXD PECWtRAU As it
CT f Tt II I V P I " now cBceoeu try an me-ilcal practltlonera that Hoar
liU A UIilU) hound is 00 of the pest expectorant now la sse, and
ibis aeinx a concentrate extract af IWrh ,nnt ith ,!-
Juvaau, to render It palltab' even to the yousgest in-
ians in cases 01 uronp, is a ess almo-t rustantaneoO",
relieving tha chtHI Lnmedlateiya no faaxlly or ladivtd-
usi ooBta nesmte one mora nt from procuring this
and Messrs. J WslkerACo.Xo 317 Mala atreet. oc- iTiauou.
We trust vroaeednot assureour patrona ef our aln-
cerlty, aa on y the one price wm be asked or takea.
CA5TDEE. UlIX &. CO.
DR? GOODS AND
AT COST FOR CASH.
WE call attentiw to the adrertlscment of. iirsrrr. B.
Walker A Broa , 7S Front Row, corner of Adams street,
Dealers In. Fine
Liquors A Cigars J
Store and Sell
myS-dlyla XO. 11 FRONT BOW, MEMPBIS.
A 4TT deftraMe Bout aad lot, frosting gt teet .
ATX on atamsoQ street, an to courmvu oraer.
I win take Negroes tn exchacxe.
Apply ta JO-IX n. TATLOR.
at w. B. Miner, corner af Main and Madbun-sts.
TWOUkelyXEGROWOMEsI Apply ta
deel-lw Xa 4B Frcst Row.
Dr. II. J HOLMES. Jr.
trPICX Xo. 173 Mala street. Memphis, Tena.
House and Lot for Sale.
TO be sold on terms very adraatag-oss to the
purchaser, that dlrabte lot and premiea
situated cn Laroe street, near Dr. Walker's.
now Inhabited by Mrs Wilson. It e-m jrlses a
commodious dweiliug-hous'i. coauinlng thre rooms; also
twaaeiarale kltcb as. The tot contataa 6H acres, en
which are a p'ach aaa apple orchard. The whole caa be
seen by appl j Ug ca the premises . Enquire of
1 a Wilcox,
At the Maror's OOce. 1 r of
J. J. WILSON,
dec o-3m Clerk of tVe steamboat Xebratka.
A LARGE lot of Xsarn CRANBERRIES, la whole,
half aad quarter barrels, direct from Curtis A Co ,
tVs.ua, at whvlesal or reta'l, melvod per Bt(aat
dc3-lw R. H etrltKR At snrf
AKOTBER lot of Xew Tork Bull'd Buckwheat rrcr.
360 boxes per Be! last.
6ME.iv ja. at erit. sa ex but..
Residence in LaGrange for Sale.
Tl ftta. as w. akpirsov, as aoe lateoaa
J.TX mviBg 1. jeempnia, err re ner oesirarxe
raKIeooe la Laorsag, tor sale. For panlsnlars.
enquire of T G. AXDERSOX.XaGrange 0' J.
A AXDEK.'iors, aieciptus. novzaxiawim
Choice rruits of All Kinds.
THE subscriber ha oa baud thelanrest co I
lion of GREEX-BOCSR.PLAX. ORS s
MEXTAu SBRuBS and EvERGREEXSOfe-. tiS
description I tor-th-r wttu tae raort extecuve
cotlecttm of FRUITS of an descriptions SilliSOCS
ROOTa, PLOwKII.aiBa.us ana an pertaining 10 1 vtrai
Xuraerr buslrwsa AH orders addreated U tl - ter
aimed. Box 1C3. will reeelre prompt attentive.
Xurscrycn uorn Laxaawaa ticxi saoa swfi taiaun
O, W WUO.St.n,
octSO-dtni Mepph 'era.
Are promptly cured by
McOOWS'S ESS. TAR,
Uj&Q X31arSt3a.sor3 ofXru caa; at.
PREPARED and sold by B. S. BTJGBEH, v.inrld
Bisu at Xr al MorUr, Xo. 112 Main.-. Hem-
15 Madison Street,
OPPOSITE TBE UNION 6 AXE,
TBE ATTBXTIOX OT
City and Country Merchants
AND BUSINESS WEN GENERALLY,
la respectfully caSed to the tmaarpatted facilities of lbs
Possessing every awdern improvement la
'A' if -b-M3 nriri
And aH other desirable requisites, tba Compaay ta prepar
ed to execute every description at
FROM A CARD TO A BOOK,
"Io the first style ot Ihe art, at tha
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
DESIGNS FOR 8TOBE BELLS,,
Of these we have the lsrgrst variety af
NEW AND NOVEL DE8IGN.S,
Andtheb-st agraved, to be louad la tha state, adapted
to every business, sad salted ta every last.
If you require PRINTING cf aay kind, ut tha Job be
large or amall, wa invite yon to visit this estabUshsoeat,
believing that nowhere else win yoa secure BETTER
It Oar, BETTER TREATMENT, OR BETTER TERMS
THE BCLLETI.1 COjHPAffY,
Xo. IS Madlsoo street, Memphis, Tena.
ADAMS STREET, NEAR TBE BATOU.
MANUFACTURER ef SUttanary Entlnes, SswMiBs,
Qia sad Cotton Fadory Machinery, y ra sad.' Lift
Pomps of aUUnd aad sixes Circular Saw Milla. with
oneortwoSaos C"t aad Wrouvbl Iran Ralllnr, Bal
cony Kallinx, Bouse PronU, Window Cap. and SUls And
rxor Sllla cf v ar lona patterns 1 Bank Vaults, Ax. Car
Wheels for pasa user, freuht aad ravel care ; all kinds
cf Rallrrud w ,rk dooa Straraboatrepairtag aadioaclag
of all kind promptly atienoea to. aruiorury rngme
and a lance amoont of otoer win avpt constanuy on hand.
Dinlng-Koom Seivaats Waafett.
T WISB U hire, f.r tbe remainder of 1HY7, and do ring I
1 tbe casuist year, from roriy to sny aa, I DIKIXQ-1
p- sib, Odd Fellows' Ba3. These gesCemea .ar new
eelllag their extesaiva stock ef Dry Goods, Clothing, he ,
at Coat for Cash.
They have about $160,000 worth of Seeds on hand, and
TBI sallgrsat bargalss to sake room far thetr- Spring
tock. his Is a great inducement ta persons who wish
to suyp'y 'heusMlTe with rach articles. Bevxl.lm
$150,000 wrortu or .
Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Clo-ki, Guns, Fancy
Goods, etc, for ssle at a great deduction la prices for
cash. In asUctpatlsB of a good season are laid ia a -very
targuitockofChelc Oaads, which rather than. bold
over, wawtL for tha next few raantha aeil at Great
Bargalaa. T e public are-tavlted to examlB ouras-
aortmeat which for exlent and variety hss so enp-itor.
F. B. CLaRC A CO.,
Bovl X. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
Edmondson & Armstrong.
Wholesale asd BetaB Dealers Is
HIDES, OIL AND LEATHER,
X0. S47 MAIN STREET,
Opposite Court Square Sign of tbe
EEEPconstanUy an band a fun assortment of articles fa
their line, consisting la part af French and American
Calf Skins. Bemlock and Oak-Tasaed Sole Leather,
Skirtings, Barsess, Bridle, Wax and Kip Upper Leather,
Enameled and Patent Leather of all kinds; Pad. Big,
Chamois, Deer, Lin lag aed Topptag St Ins Also, a full
assortment of faddlera', Shaesnakere' aad Tanners'
Tools, Ac Saddlery Hardware aad Barsess Mountings
ef every variety to which, we respectfully invite
the attention of persons buying In our line.
Prof. Haskell's Electric Oil.
A supply cf this wofarcTtal MedleiM for th care of
Rheumatism, Deafsees, Piles, Coras and an nervous dis
eases. Headaches and Pains, has been received br H AR
BIX A CO , where tt can be obtained. The icttrtng
should purchase a bottle Immediately. See advertise
ment la another column.
Paor. HAIKXLI Tbe following teathaouyin favor
of Dr. Baaksn'J Electric Oil Is furuiibsd as for pabUea-
Pxor. BAXXELtv Dear Sir: I feet It to U my daty Io
Inform tb public, through you, what your wonder ml
Electric Oil " baa done for myfamny. My wife haa
been alarmingly troubled with falling of the womb and
pains ia the back aad breast. I bought ona bottle ef
your Oil yesterday, and to-day aha Is entirely free from
pain, aad sends her warmest respects for your success
sad prosperity. I have hid a rheumatic pata in my
theulders and ana for a long time, aad tn ten minute
from the time I applied your OD, the pain was all gone-
It la truly a wonderful remedy far all pains, such as we
hare been suffering with, and I cheerfully glr this tes
timonial of its eSecte.
a. X- SWIFT, Verrltt Bouse
Swots' asd subscribed before me, tbiadiy, 2ttbof July
1357 UREXTT WATTE, Justice of the peace.
Such testtraony tells an " o'er true tale" worth col
umn "of rasde certl&catea an ever the land,' and a great
ForsaJe by 8. MANSFIELD A CO., iffl Balo-lt.
Try It, ye suSbrjag aad afflicted. out inlawly'
ror ue sure ar every form of
Diarrhoea, Flux and Dysentery.
Bowel A&Vctiona. even IB tb-t mitleat farm. ar. re.
garded as among the o at forma of sickness and die
ease, peculiar to thla or aay other dlmate aad is fre
quently tae cause of other more eerleae streetlassj
thereby laying the fouodatiias for a leag prevaeted
chronic disease Parlieularlv In this, the r-MM with
childrea and mldd'e aged p. rsons. wbo, aamladrul of
tneronjequ-ncxs that await them, are disposed to treat
slight affliction with contempt, aad rrgar 1 it aa oae of
the moment and not for a Uae. Bat remember. Health,
rs tbe richest ble, lug we caa acquire; aad It behooves
ustotakecare. Soon aa we exn-rt-nce tie slightest tymp
tcma of Dlatrhsoea. to to lmmedlatelv and onrehase
b.ttle of Dr. Sled re's Durrbsra SrrnD. 009 doe at
which. If taken tn lime, wia rsiieve the nait
casei sod ahouM It continue, u to the Syrup every two
....... , .mi urwimj am relies is 1 suit
ana p-easans, so taa cnudren win take It with Impunity.
Any erall f th above Medlrlner .n tM rnnn.s .e n
at the Drug Stores la th principal cities and towns
tbrcrexboot the country.
Remember to tnquirefor "Dr. Medgt. Xervoua Tonic,"
"Dr. Sledxes Hoarh-rmd Prctr.1." .n.-t . r. ai.
uuwns or siarrarxa oyrup.
a-iepaiou only cy
J. If. SLEDGE A CO.,
Dmrrlit, Uerr,-.hl. tmi-.
To wh.ra an ortera mst be artdreesj. oct7
XHX CELEBRATED HOLLAND RJ'-IDI F0A
DISEASE OF THE KIDXEIS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND,
FEVER AE3D AGUE.
SUOE a tadtgsetioa. Acidity of tbe Steraacfa, Colicky
Pales. Heartburn. Lrx ef ABcetHe. Despondency.
CnstiTrcesa Wtsvd aad Bfeedrac Pile. Ta aH Xervoua,
Rheumatic and Neural tie ASectloc., It hss in Bumerous
lastaacea prored hlrhrv r-eaaeAciaL and la others eirected a
Tats ta a nurelr vegretaMe coraoouad. nrenared ea strict
ly acientlfic principles, a ter the manner of the celebrated
Holland Professor. Boeiaav. Because ef lta treat suc
cess tn atoat ef tha European States, It Introduction lata
tba United States wa bMraded more espectalty for those
ef eurfatheriaait scattered hereaad lb-re over the face of
able mlxhty coaatry Meeting with great surces among
tbem, I rw ofler It to the American paMle. kaowtag thai
its truly wonOerfnl medicinal virtues must be ackaaw-tedgox.
It la paiUealarly receai mended to the persona whose
cocstKntlocs euy have beea larpalred by the ceatsauoua
use or ameel aatritt, or other forma or aieetpauon.
OenenBy tnalaataaeone la eSTect, it end Hs way directly
to Ihe real of life, thrtHUr asd qulckenta; every nerve,
rataiag up the drooptag tpLtt. and, la fact. Infusing new
health aad vlrnr in the aysteax.
Xotice Whoever expects to Had this a ber rare wffl
be efappolnted I bat to the sick, weak and low spirited.
It win prove a grateful aromatic ccrdlat, possessed ef
singular remedial properties.
The treat porularlty of tat defixbtre' Aroma haa In-
cucm maay tmiutlons, which tbe puetrc abeuM guara
arairut purchastug Be cat persuaded to buy auythlsg
els. until yea have xlven Boerh area Holland Bitter a
fair trial. Ona bottle w!H convince you bow InHnltety
upertor It Is to aU these imitations,
tj-Sold at $1 per bottle, or sU bottles for $S.bythe
SESJAJaiX PAGE, JR., & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
ty S.M la Memphis by S. XAXSPTELD A CO.;
atao oy w anus cs. juiiao aaa es. IJ. JumioUlt.
Leave WEDXB3DAT, shet lawt., at m
Regular Passenger Packet for
Cairo, Louisville and CJHCia-uari.
OLSXDaLE JAMES M7I3BBR. Maater.
TBIS rnegBtaVeeat passeacer peeket,
haetBg Baaare eased aeromatosltiaOas,
will leave pesMtveiy as above, aaat an ,
For frevgbt passage spaaiyea boa:, er
A 0. WTEZBACB.
deeS-M PrvOt Row
Jlenphls & X. Orleans Regular Packet,
BROADWELL, Matter J. PORTBst. CVrrk
TTTILI. rM , eexafcr paetet tolweesl ,jt4M"U
' V Xemafcl. d Xew Ora-aas. assa
aad eenttaue rb-eeekewt ike seaawB. VRsSai
7o say, -Ut Inn Mm, aria, SATS 3D AT, Besarasber a.
Z 1 " " -
Z Z " Jaaraawy I.
Z " " m " m.
7. Z Z rtntr iz.
z z 1 z
, I, 4. " f -
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Th a maxnifScent stesner aes Iteeaeol est tts BPasstasns
Wat-rs, aast ia -epeclaUr aasates) SabT TrnvTZm
nect at Mesfabfa wtto the sreeer sas-i ..s. -
heriaad and Watte Biver Parte., Bbl Msssaai.
r--'--'-- n w. -- --. .. . .
Far freight er passaa. apply an aeeed, er a
IATALLETTE. SIIRUrr A CO , Aansa
Pratat Bwe ass Geo-t aareew.
185T. REGULAR I85S.
U. 8. H1IL LIGHTSIA'C LISB 3TE1XBJC
F. SMITH, aster HOLUsMT. Clan
I f w atempn's every Mcsaiay, at S
.a-a vwmK t. ar.. artevsw.in. -e ,w-
eeeaiaa-1 raise, and arrives at Oatto ta
S.1 Batt ,,n "ls fer the orth-
Lreve tJaf- fer Loatrrisse everr Waelaewiary
' w-a-w t laaWntVIrT AnaasdabW
ThU boat mi tm v-ll .
awinU-sr tat-esAas a - AtV . . - '
' ' WW aVraTsWV. Ffi Ihasl till n r ibbbm i
puastc can d-pead Be tbt- beat laMisag ass&ciBalv at
tte boor, aad msktee ta rexasar iZJtTd
-TAIETTB, S8IRLET A CO
White and Llltle Red BIrer Packet.
RETURN' Ritrr Joins. MngUr.
TTTlf.T. lav., aaf.. .a. a ... .
MmpH ami Ceartt, nJZZl"-1
For frughter paaaage, appty ea board Vte
w w rrrxatas i co .
. .... 7 H
Eegnlar Thursday Packet
BAILBOAD ItlGHTHTTTO T.nra
Mabsw, Maater.... u
maiau. . - --.
J JL - rasa ruaaiBC JBSBJJat.
Fatry Packet wsn i WTT
r . . " aeove pen aaa ail
m-rr H,e aaaaaBf, at 3 e'dw k, r M.
Fare to Xw Madrkf......".""!" "
Fare to mrkBtaB
Fare te CoetHnb&s
Fare to Oalre. " ' "
Fare to Care Olsardeaa .....'".
Fare to St. Loaj,
For freight or paseacr aaaarae
BATH WKXJAJHI it OO.,
X. J saVtw.aPs How, ,
, , LA TA LLXTTst, StatatLatT 4 00 .
For Jfew Orleans.
Carrying the . S. Meet.
TBt splentHd paawr-g- stesaer At
LEOBEXT. Curr -
"Ll'r? every alsemale SATejatBAT
rUtarday, Ortober S. ea ah arrrraa af the Case.
Xev. T, ,.
" " J. " M
Monday, Xevember, 3, Scyttoek, A. tt.
" " ,
Tat fretght or paaaage, apply ea board er t
A T RRSWAK 1 .
Xew Orieaaa aad Oatra Mail Lsee,
M H P.esrt Hew
ew Orleans anil Mempkls
FOR COD5TTY TRlTSTKr:.
W ire aatborlsM to anivinTneR WT IT T iw n r w
01 r 4acrTuir, caaardA for Ct.ntr
Tlwtasain Bsusdaw ..A a .a.- . . . '
FOR COVXTX TRUSTEE.
WILLIAM P DAT Is a candidate r
the oCce ef County Trustee ef Shelby cooaty at the cn-
miwi cmMsn. aerjI7-c. wte
ROBT. L SMITBlsaeaBdil.tefn.trWB,a..vi
-.Mmww.,l(a.,enQI( sepa aaiwte
J. M. SAIXT is a candidate for the nfltm
" election ia jearcn, la the Fourteentb. CtviS
are authorlxed and reenettl - .nn
B6LLSXSECC aa a candidate rr th trace ot Constable
la tba Fifth Civil District, at the enaung March el-c-
To the Voters of Shelby County.
uw nus; . BARTES. E,., of Morning Sun. res-
r . ... j iimmrn,. oiuwir in, hi t , ..nrti
lorxru-teo al Iheenauine tr.reh .t4k
octl daarte t
WX are aathor xej to aanonm jnnx R MOSBLET
a a candidate for Sheriff of Sb-tlby County, a I the enaa
Ing March ejection. trpS
FOR ITOXSTT AniT.
WE are asthorixed to anaoncea jnnx W. TATLOR.
aa a eaadldste for re-e ectlea fc-r the efic of Constable,
tn tba Fifth Qui District octr
WE are authorlxed to auaonane W. It BRIDGR3, al a
caadklate for Constable of tba ttb ClvC DUtrlct. Bkc
Isoa la March next. ctl
FOR COPXTr TRUSTEE.
WE are authorised to eaieanea THOMAS X. BILLS
as a candl at for tbe offlee ot Caus'y Truslee of Pbslcy
eouuty, at tha ensul- g March election. sepSJ-ta
FOR COUSiTr TRUSTEE.
WZ are authorised to an s ounce Rer. JAMES R.
tTALEER aa acasdatate for Couaty Trssle- of Sbetby
eeuuty atlbeeasatrat sfarrb election. satB-tc
ROOM SERVAXT3. for the Oayoo BoUI. Tboanjiav- HEMORRHOIDS. OR PIT P ?.
lBgserr nu tohU wlldo wel toeall on me aooe, ss I 111" . Jl rlLt'ai
sbaube conipeiiea. is case tar anotenumDer or colored
servant, ar not engaged by the 1st December, leremploy
watte ooes. nsseapayaora monuuy
oetM tf At Com menial rtotet.
WE are asthorixed to asaouace J AM ES S. FELTS a a
Whether of -long standing or recent origin Internal er I issuing Ma-ch election octl
CjCBWOOB'S XewOya'er Balooa Adam',
O street oppre lie tha wrsbam Bouse,
aowepen for the s-asoo, and our rla i
and ens tome-a will be furnished with tha
best Mobile Orsters at every hour, and Is erery'sty lethal
may cvue-iini. H.viuiiniscniBjauiisa Dom III eusl
Ity and iyle of ccoklsg, JO A BOB ffOOB A CO.
ONE huad-ed thousand ClQAXs, varying rrom M t
tao per thausand.
B. B. POTTER, Mala ttreat.
r SMwSb ee WAe.ti.wi ST.e.-
LOOKtNG-QIiASS 8c GELT TRAXS
OLD Frames re-gllded, Lookmg-GUsses re-sllreredlfta I
new. AO work warranted. Oil Paintings and Fie. I
tnrc on Bang lor aaia, wiaaUTniati atreet, ceiaw aabrt,
Externa J whtther attended with Prolapau, Bemer-
rhaga,orabstructloai and all by
EXTERNAL APPLICATION I
Xo internal adjuvants being required ta any ease, eu'y to
rscttlaiA th Bowels, tf Oonsttpated; or In Stxrtbosa and
A large number at silemen throughout the ooantry.
of high character and tnaoence, have voluntary attested
to 1U eOcacy tn tbelr own eases, not of hearsay, and
whose certllcales may be sera by,refereace fa th pro-
prbrton' publications to he had of their agesta, through
out thUalted States.
price, $1 per Box, retail.
The PILE SALTS ia put np tn glaas Jars, Inclosed la
a paper heat, properly JabellM, and will keep any lecglb
J-J- Tor ana in this uty by
4OHBX0B S IjOBB,
Ward A Jorxx.
XAiisriXLO A Co.,
B. F. FABJtawoETB,
B. 8. Bdohxx,
W. M. fHELTOB,
J. X. 8LEDOS A Cov
JIxxxt Text, and
X. 8. LABraiEBw .
X. E. CAVAXAUOH A CO.,
Iat wtr Propriatcrr, St. Loci, Xa,
WE are asthcrrsed to aanousea WM JAMES at a
candidate far Constable In the Fifth Civil District attht
soauieg stares election. anx27 te
FOR COUSiTl TUUSTEE.
WE are asthorixed to aa-eanee FRAXCIS BAUOB aa
a candidate for C uaty Truste of Shelby eeurrty at the
ensulnr March elee 1 n Ar37-lee
Land and Other Valuable Property
BATIVG determrotd to remove tn Ar-fr
ik.nsaa, I on r for sale by TRACT OPlSjiri
LAXD Ijl-g three mll-a nailh ef ta.Clr7r
Cranio Tena., ltbeica the farm HrraMsuo.
pled bs Captala Tbos J P-lk, and at prriect ty Mr X.
A. Cotton, eon tat-tog BlxhS Hasdred and Xlneteen
Acres, well laprwved. A Cn aad heal'hy lucatien ant
Ocieutiy near taboA the Mala, sad Prmal CollegrstQ
send te echod from home A an-, market for ererytblag
ral-edon tepUce. If thla place I not sold by the ISlh
of December next. I will on that dayotTr II lor sal r
reoi, ruoiiciy, saicentcnrsiBiidrr.at my residence, tour
mllea-Borthweator LtGraege, on the Somerville road, at
whleh time and Place I win sell to lbs hiebeet budin- r-
most af ray ,Dsrisher proper It, to wit : Boss, Catle.
nv. m- u ai w tw cotsa. uorB, raooer. Ilouaa-bo-d
and Clt-hea Furniture, y arming Utensils, hr , Ac
. t . wm.. iiawa oa cay CI SSI.
rw-d WM. X. XATO.
Cf-Sagl vy tin ima, aaI taaU K3 ta tiy eSos.
VICTORIOUS OVER PAHT.
BRAGG'S ARCTIB WMSl.
AeoT or emA4 1 Srau or
SmiUx I lifs or tic-ill. 1 Tbe
mt tfae ajvie-slkmA ix.roIrtl ia tti
aerptiMa or lection of thi !
.ll-vrTss-wt-s, VAU sSArreJT. iUTUSg ITv"
ceiTd Um iiatjejra-armrnt ul tb &
kaguiAl JAwtsit, lha Ut Pr.
aKANC, u4 HvSc3t tctvtea dur
ing two awtal l'a(er ta tb r
pxms ef eternal ice, it u do w coca
insr ialo txotal ov ia cverr m-
tka T th ciffliitd glttba and its
martjawtis eiin-a am ftici-rwhspi-t.
cr ' CXCmO UUUIanWBl.
THE AFFLICTED REJOICE.
irrN'rtREM and TBOC? AXIS
save tested its -drtstea. aad are
lejoiciwg in fieedom frem aseg
aurertsur I-AUN aad WtlU-E.
whsch other lemesaea had failed
to euro. Have yea the BHOX
ailTK, NtX'RAlaJU, RHHJ
II AT ISM, tRTtOrTLA, EAR
ACHE erTOrmi ACHK Are veo
afiveted with OLD SORES Sef
teraag from BRrt-RS, a-RAIXS,
CORNS, SORE EYIS, PILES f
THE ARCTIC IJX1MEXT
wiat aArd yea hutut relief.
Everybody is liable to
FertJM-o drfntfir aUcaatfala tb
kept ea band, fer it taenia snr
awl lwmetiiat nit, Ara ut
ln tram tieala. Kttrj steam
boat axxl nulrthad tnia ibovld
kepit. TVho tbat ba bfrd tb
afeneU ef anmish sttered br tb
iKaUfti1 and niAlnd aaStims of
fTpwena and coiteeni. Cua doi
frei tbat NtM neacs of nliUir
their tortiut afaevM alwajrs be
acressibi Sucb dor exixt m tbis
balm r paia eoatntUieaj agent. Xtis
THE MOTHERS' COHPAHIOH".
It cares CACE3 IX TBE
BREAST, SHIRK XltTLIB,
WtRt Ufti, ltllrlJS, Ac. La
dies wbo prae a pure alia.
voaler ptaaeaM, aseaeiiea, acun
, aad all diaraiiOrattaoa aad x
' iie.nfm, Bbeohi attack
: tbe trespassers oa beauty'a
dsanin as wo as uey a prear
with tbe ARCTIC IJXIMKNT.
It ta exeeRrat &r the Balr,
giving it a healthy, glossy ap
GOOD FOR DIAK AND BEAST.
It H a eovereira remedy Jbr
th varioes diseaae wita
w hj,:h lior-es are aEDicted, cur
ing the most alArmingeasesaf
pp.i i&, a'RALvs, sntrxG-
ILU.T, WOtrxiS, SCKATai
FH SttXEVf. SI'ATlX.ItlSC
BUNF, BK-BEAD, TOLL
EVIL, te. So fanner, livery
ajabiv keeps r, or any person
3tbing vabiable HOB SEA
should ho wttiout this Taloa-blaremedj-.
For aale by all respectable Druggists i od Dealers.
Price of the liniment, S3 cents, SO crnta and $1 a bot
tle A ooe-doBar bottle contains aa ixuch liniment aa
eight twrnty-nTe-eeaC bottles.
Every purehaeer a dollar' bottle of the ARCTIC US
UI S-NT reeetvea, aipr- Brant's eipesse, the UNITED
STATES J0URVAL. of Xew York, tor one year. The
Journal Is a large iHustrated paper tach Bamber eoa-
lairung fixteea pasa. W-autrmny pnnua ea clear wute
paper, and SWed-srfth origtaal aaatter ferra tba moat bril
baat writers of the couatrr Certlscat ef subscription
aad full particular of th novel amfr-bUantbropic en
terprise, wfwbica this offer forms a paBtlaccompaaj
each bottle, ..-t,.
Aa AGENT WASTED la ETERT TOWS arTBXACi
TXItAGa k IIUIUIOWES, St. Loals.Io.
Naw Yotil Ornoc. No. STl DRflaDWAT.
Communications ahoald always te aadressed to Et-Lo-iin.
WARD A JCXRS. G C HA3.SIXACO- S. MAXS-
FIKLD A CO rrn. F. FARXSVORTB A CO X. A
LNPniSR, Ax-ut, Memphis, Tenn,
StZAyctr or StSltB.
FROM within the endcsire ef the-Falr
Orosoda oa Tear, day tbe stttnsrptaa
lanx QKtr uuxis. wim sanoic aaa orxue.
nahaaaOsmsrkaen hla br.wlthout hair.
m1 t..noTilR vearaold. aadffidia wed. All tnrarm
Un respecting aim ar leading to his recovery wRl be lib
era Ity reward! by tha subscriber. I. B. TZMPLR,
ctSS-daartf Xa.aU.Xat Streat.
PACKET L I iT E .
T hirXL "l t tansn
THE MEMPHIS & ITEW OBIVBAKS
Bare aew the pleasure ef aBO.u-tte to their fries,
and the pahltc geeeraMy, that mtr arraaaeeseata fee tae
?2L!'.w6?.n;LTV0a lre P""1- " rresn and af
ter the IstOcteeer, their beats win t rBlarrr hi ra
trade, and wm leave eo.Htvte .-J - - T,J "T"
,7V.i!T'a,I J'0NDATS. WRWgsjsjsjiATS aad
enivASO. as p. SX.
The boat are aSor tie fir. 1 a... .mi -
leareaafoHowa: ' r
BAN FRAXatLIX r. n. rir .r .
OX WEDVtan i v .
IXOOMAR. jr. -nr. 8wux, "
R W BILL.. w Vjh., v .
BRLFAST. F.Ta.v -
The Oempaay bar ia addeuea. mttm mmmmm -mi, w.
owners ef other boat of targe capaetty, te raa IB th
ooa wits terem, as the seaesy ef Cotton
arm oher freight may reqatre; tbelr sejeet heros; le sas
uJy teeaare tufUei-nt fer (he waste , f the trade
Our Way and Plartatien fries. mmmmr t.i
wHI pa. particular attention ta arTamrnortiHilhaat ha th
Fretabt aad Paswaajet way.
Our bears have bees thereearnty evetbsaaeal aad reea
l"d arH .re in cbarre at rae-t expertsaeesl, pen oral aad
able oscamaader. aad espeeial regard wig be peso, ra the
eattre maaagemeat. to every rerjualte thst wB naiilam
to th comfort, safety and ptraaure of Pam apsis, t ta
careful transport at la of Carre; and te the smrrraamds
tloa rener.Hv of our patreaa.
These ParkH eeaaect al Measawl with teoat Packet.
fr Cairo. St Itmit, Lour vine. Oeetsmati sod Xaah
vtBe; and wMh tbe Heurohle aad OBarsretea. she Mess,
phi aad Ohio, and the Mempbte aad Rraaasaa RaBveaos.
. J W OOeK.BR, Prestdsat.
For aH business counecW with rke thse, asalr at the
office o' the Compaay, to
J. J. RAWLIX63. Seery aadTrsaatjrer,
tl Maaby A Haat'a Bsfcwex, MeBspM.
and J. B. FRELRIGH, Reaeral AaetM,
ag-dwtm Under th 3t Cbaeree BetH. X Orleans.
SPKKD. SAFKTT AXD eeXFsavVT.
United States Mail,
LIGHTNING LINE STEAM KK
O. W. TREPLSTT Master.
J. C. SHIRLXT. ami THKHX SMITH, Ork.
TE .TBS JSBBPHia KTRRT PHI- MISStatsT
arrival t the evestag Trains; aaat ar-
rivtag at CAIRO ta mate cstsaectasB
with TTs ins rer the Xorth ad East
Leaves CAIRO for LOBISV1LLK every If ON DAT.
Leave LOUISVILLE far MSMPHH every SUXDAT
at S p. 3t
Leave CAIRO far VdMPBIS rrery ntVRSBAT st
Thin boat Is espeetaS dss4e4 to sarts trae, and baa
superior acramrnodarters r the aasafart at ptsisagti 1
TbeTraveHng PuMtc caa aweesal sew tats hsaat leaTtBg
puuetuaHyatthe hour, and saafcisKr the reaular throe aa
LAVALLKTTR, SHIRLXT A CO., Agesras.
av7,, Orleans $ Cairo
V. S. MAIL. LIKE.
THR regu'ar hour ror the departure of the MaH. ea
rente, TSOS, la 6 o'clock, r. a., except oa Sanoav..
wbea the pt earners
T. C. TWICHELL H. W. Smith, Mastar,
VIRGINIA C. F. Retxwlbs, "
WM leave either port. Xew Orleans aad Gaana, Butital-
rrom Cairo to xew Orleat a, taey wBl srrlre at Mem
phis ea Meaday. and leave for Xew Orleans iesreesliate-
ty afterthe arrival of the ears, at 80'eteek. r. af.
Retarulaxfrom Xew Orieaaa. sM arrive at Memphis
on Wecnesdays aad proceed to 01 ro.
L. P. noILtDAT. PTeeteesrt,
Xew Orieaaa ard C tire Matt Ceeapaay.
For freight or passage sppry ea biard er te
R. T RKDMAX. A rent
Xew Orieaaa aad Gain Ma Uae,
aaglf-tr Xe. 51 H Fremi Raw.
TThKe and Little Rti Elrcr Facke.
tBXXR BAIRD, Maater... JtlJAS Thoias "
TB splendid PASSKXGK STEAMKR
KTAXSTILLK, Capt. Abaer Ralrd. bav-
taxbeea taoroacaiy repairea ana rtfur-
nlabed within tn Is.t few weeka, ex 1
preesly for the above trade, has now entered pevataaem
r for the seesoo, aoa will leave aa above far Aberdeen
Clarendon, Dea Are, Mouth of I title Red river, "W-r-.
Point and Searcy, every WKDXISDAT, at 8 p. af , e
uie arrival ex aaecara.
For freight or passage spply on board, or to
DAVIS, WILLIAMS A CO.. Area's.
TH-cra Xa. 3 Howard's Row
Memphis, TtTiIte River and Kapolese
IT. 8. MA TTs PACKET,
Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia & Coacordia
STEAMER KATE F2""?SE,
JOBX T. SBTALKT. Master....WM. T. "STOOP. Clerk.
TBIS new. aslendld and fast steamer. aaMaaa 1.
having been purchased for the Packs' f imj , - ngl
Trade 1b place of th James LaaxhUn.wHI aaaFJgl-WK
continue regularly In tha trade, I earing "BnBnaTfaaEti
Xrmpal every atiuiuAi ana rsiOAi at 3 ccJocst w .
at., punctually, connectlnx at Xapoleoa with White and
Arkansas river boats, taking freight aad passengers o
White river at regular rates. Return lax. leans Xarns
lean every TCXSDAT and SAT0RDAT, arrlrtng at Mem
p&is nunoay aaa w euscscay evcuaga.
Tbanxfi, for former patronage, the owners hope to
merit a coptmaaace o 1 the same to their new boat. stu.
m;eg strict attention to business.
LAVALLXTTE, 311 IB LET A CO., Areata.
Xoticz TO Snirrxas. The "Prlsbee" wtu recerre
freight until oae o'clock on Mondays, aad dirog the en
tire dsy Thursdays, and until oae o'clock Todays.
STEAMBOAT & KAILrKOAD
orncx at allxx a m-doxalds,
No. 37 Front Row,
YT Partkmlar attentloa paid to recelvUMr aad oHs
chaxgtag carxoea aad collcct'Bg bias. inMHm
TITS uadersigaea havlag permaneattv aeaatett s
themaelTe, oa Muloerry street, Vteksbarrg. ah
have on hand, aad intend to keep. a seleetgzX
lot of AXo.l TOUXQXXSROBS ter sale
and also buy aad sell on commission. Persesa wiebiag
to hoy win Jo well to give them a caB before chasm
ALXXAXDIR A GW1X,
P. 3, Xcstv fer sale at ail tlats, npj-4ru