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IHTTBSDAY 3S0SHIHG, DECEHBEK 21, 1857.
(T- We invite attention to the card of Mre.
Hamilton, dregs -falser, who l recemmttjded
in the highert terms bj her lady patron.
(ST Oar friend, Dr. Jko. D. Martis, with
hu fair and accomplished bride, retmned to
the city yetterday, from a short sojeurn among
oar egialbre at the State Capital,
Navt Yaxd Sals. A coBtiderable qnantitr
of material remaining at the Nary Tarl wii
gold by ancUon yesterday at very fair prices.
There was a large lot of castings which went
ftt from a cent and a half to a cent and three
qn&rters a pound.
(FThe sale of the movable property In
the Navy Yard will bt continued to-! ay on the
premises at 10 o'clock, by Col. Lmks, auc
tioneer, when the entire baiaoee-of machinery,
&c, will be disposed of. The sale on yester
day was at very low fi'ares, and largs specn-
lations will bs made bv purchasers. All wno
want for their own use or on epecalation should
Bethlehek Semikarv Sodtexir. MesMT.
J. B. LirriKcerr &. Co., of Philadelphia, have
now in progress of publication a magnificent
work, with fine engravings, designed a poavr
nir for the pupils of this eldest established ir
BtituMon in the UrtVea. It wiH be bound in
Turkey, and saM at $5. A catalog of all
the pupils, from Ms foandatien, and a watery
of the institbtion, with its soslal regaia-ione,
will be published. Views of the village of
Bethlehem, aad of the Institute grounds and
other engravings-will adorn the boot.
"Woman Fight. While w were In jail laet
nlrhl. x nlaee we often eet into, a woman en-
p , i j
tered with blood streaming down her face from
A wound on her bead. Bat little couH be got
from her, except that the wound was inflicted
by Mrs, Cosoixt. Mayor Bauoh, who was
alai in Jail, kindly sent for a physician to at
tend to the gory wonnd. Poor unhappy wo
man ! like thousands of har sex, little did she
think of the gloomy horrors that lay before
her when sae lapsed from virtue.
Another Stabbws Case. On Tueeday
evening, as Officer Barxes was going his
rounds, he heard cries of "police,'1 and found
an Irishman, named James McOeauies, on
Second Street, near the Post Offiee, to be the
author of the outtry. The man immediately
gave himself up as a prisoner, declaring that
he had jnst stabbed a man who slept in the
same room as himself. He we s plaeed in Jail.
It appears that the two parties la the cace
work in Forrest's stables, beyond the Foft
Office; that McCoaMicE came heme intoxica
ted, made atiifficulty with his room mate, who
is known as " Mike," and stabbed him in tl e
back and ribs with a pea-knife. The wounds
are not serious.
Patpiotic. Among the property sold at the
Navy Yard yesterday, was the flag staff from
whose side the Darted States officials bare
often thrown to the winds the pread barter
that in many a bard fought fight, aBd many a
daring voyage, " has braved the battle and tte
breeze." "To what base uses may we coce
at last?" Was the oM staff that had bo often
borne the colors dear to patriotic heart? be
side the Faiher of Waters, to be pt to igm hie
uses, or sawed up for .fire wooJ? Not vo,
thought Mayor Bacch, who bought from the
purchaser the glorious relic, and handsomely
presented it to Col. Cockerel, who will have
it mounted by the Gayeso House, and, as of
old, when National ABaiversarie-s are celebra
ted and public occasions call for the display,
the stars and stripes will etill wave on the MefF
banks ol la Mississippi, from uie same oM
flagstaff. Well dene, Mayor Badqh.
A BATTLE IN HEitfPHIS.
THE AUCTIONEER AD THE ALOSRUIS.
THE nS8T THE TeTALS AAP THE FIXES.
Court Htnte Sfnere Stormed Tie Laidtn
Raited and Ciimbtd Tkt StfSgi in Pol
lution An Eatt India General Jo tit Ret
.cneFigti icUA lit Prince of Ike Btaekt
Retell and -Mack .of Henry tkt Pittefcj
Tie Brekr 'Sword L-a-xr, Lite FUaU
According to advertisement, A. Wallace,
who resides on the south side of Court Square,
prepared yesterday morning to offerfor Bale by
auction " four good house servants, Tie
Sqiare being unoccupied and fenced in with a
handsome ornamental railing, Mr. Wallace
Ihoaghtfit offered a splendid spot for the dis
play ofiBfrVrtres and the dispatch of bis busi
ness, therefore procured a few dry goods boxes,
on which to display the goods for sale, and a
short ladder, by which, he and the negroes
mounted the eect and took.up thwr qnaiters
within the enclosure.
The Court House Square is a beautiful im
provement, and wiH one clay be the pride of
the city. Col Fin me, AMerraan of the Fourth
Ward, a gentleman who is earnest, zealous,
diligent and indefatigable in Hie perforsaBce
of bis public duties, and also a lover of the
BeUet L'ttret and' the fine arte, has long taken
this future centre of sylvan loveliBess mxler his
special care. He has spared neither toil,
Ujoh bt, nor time to act-empties! its EuccessTuI
completion. Hew thoroughly the sensifcMties
of this gentleman swat have been aroused,
when be saw what imagination had pictured
as a future qrintesre of beauty, taken pos
session of by vandals, who bad s appreciation
of the esthetic, the reader may reaaly ima
gine. Tbe action was no less than sacrHegions.
It was defacing the beautiful, at the very
shrine dedicated to beauty's charms. The se
quel will be host understood from seme pro
ceedings, consequent upon the above state of
farts, which took place yesterday afternoon
before the respected City Recorder, Esquire
col finnie'3 trial
At three o'clock in the afternoon the Recor
der's Court room was crowded, as it bad be
come understood that proceed lags had been ad
journed from Court Square to the Court of the
Recorder. The parties who had been within
the Court Spare raHiag in the morning,
appeared within the Recorder's Court railing
in the afternoon, where Alderman Thomas
Fin sir, Attorney at Law, was charged with
having broken the peace of the State of Tennes
see, by breaking his cane over the bead of one
of its citizens, and of having assaulted the
aforementioned A. Wallace.
Sr. Woodward was sworn, and stated tba
his office was Bear the spot where the diffi
culty look pce Wallace bad some large
boxes plaeed in the public equate, which has re
cently i-en surrounded with an orMaental iron
fence aad the gate spaces closed in with weed
en fenclrg. He plaeed a short ladder against
the fence, by means of which be and some ne
gro women get over it. He then, having
mounted the negroes on the boxes, proceeded
to open the sale In the manner usual to auc
tioneers. Mr. Fisme then came up to the
sp A and informed Wallace that be bad no
right to sell negroes there, as it was contrary
to the laws of the city. Wallace dec'ared
be would sell there. Finkie took him by the
collar and pulled bta towards Second street.
Wallace bad one band hi a sliag, and Henry
came to bis assistance juet as Fisme
had raised bis cane aad breffgbt it sud
denly down, as if striking Wallsce.
Henet attacked Fikme, who struck him on
the head with bis cane, which shivered with
the blow, discovering a sword within. The
men cleBehed, saw Wallace pick up a spear
blade and throw it away.
Crett-fzt mined. Fiknie had a stick in his
hand. I cannot say whether it was a Bword
cane. I have often seen bim walking with such
a stick in his hand. I was present from the
time Col. Fiknie ordered Wallace off the
nrounds. Wallace bad taken up bts position
at the southwest corner of the Square. Wal
lace had a ladder plaeed so as to be a slight
obstruction to the side-walk. The fence is a
new one. but. I think, not a stout one. I think
it will last only a few years. (Laushter.) I
did not hear Colonel Fiknie tell Wallace
it was unlawful to sell negroes in the
street. Before Hekbt joined in, Fin
nie had seme conversation- wilh Wallace.
Finnic said, " If you come within strlkiRg dis
tance, I will knock you down." Fikme or
dered the oegro women down from the boxes,
and Wallace directed them to remain. Fik
me tried to pull Wallace from the enclosure.
Wallace tried to hold back. Both appeared
pretty obstinate. Some little time elapsed be
fore Fiknie used his stick. He is a clever
man in a gen'ral way. At the beginning of
the affrsy, Fiknie did net mike any attempt
to use the cane. I could not see whether
Wallace struck bin or not I think Finkie
never stwck at Henkt until be interfered. I
never saw Wallace strike during the whole
Col. Cos em an here wished to Interrogate
the wttotfM on Ihepart of the prosecutor, but
Mr. Watts, for the defense, objected, and he
was not allowed to proceed. The cross-examl
I saw the difficulty with Het, who came
from the direction cf Main street Fixnie
was thee remonstrating with Wallacz lor
violating the street ordinances by selling slaves
' a He street. Two or three ntsro women were
I mounted upon U e toxea. Col. Finrie .poke
with Wallace for tome lime, after which be
stepped towards the noith side of the square and
blew a whistle for the purpose, as 1 suppose, Of
summoning the police, bat no officers' cam1.
My view was asmewhat ir.terra pled, and the
next thine I saw was, Finkie had Wallace
by the collar, and Wallace had grasped him
in the same manner. Fiknie pulled Wallace
on some ten or fifteen steps. Wallace, in the
mean time, was trying to trip Finkie up; there
seemed, however, no disposition to fight.
Henet, at this point, said he would not staa d
such usage, and he went up and Interfered.
Fiknie's manner was a little rough, bat he
showed no disposition to fight. I heard htm
ay it was his duty to execute the law, and be
would do it, whoever resisted.
In reply to questions by Mr. Coleman, the
witness said: When Fiknie was cursed a n
called a liar, he threw up bis stick as If in
tending to strike, but at first without doing so.
I aid not see him strike Wallace at all.
Henet got over the fence and joined in. I
heard Wallace call Fiknie a liar, or some
thing of that kind, and cuise him.
Alderman Dak. Hughes, of the First Ward,
said the Square, the side-walks, streets and
allMgaawere public property. He considered
it the duty of the Chairman of the Vigilance
Committee, the place held by Mr. Fiknie, to
prevent parties infringing tee c:ty ordinances
or breaking the psace. Indeed, be thought it
the duty of every member of the City Council,
and be had made such arrests himself.
An objection was here made by Mr. WattSj
Aid. Ftnnie's counsel, to Mr. Colemak taktpg
any part in the investigation. The Court ruled
the latter gentleman out
Mr. Wilkinson was next sworn. Si w the
girls on the box in the Squire ; beard the auc
tteaeer call attention to the sale; Mr. Finkie
blew a whistle. He and the auctioneer cellar
ed each other. Fiknie drew up his stick and
motioned the girls to go away. Wallace said
he would go on with the sale. (The witness
then dercribed the tussle with Wallace and
the interference of Henet. ) I heard Wal
lace say he would be d A K be would not seel
tie niggers there
Mr. Jacksox was the next witness. He is
a stranger in the city from .Louisville,
Kentucky. He described the crossing of the
fence on a ladder by Wallace and the negroes
as the other witnesses bad done, and the fight,
he aaid: Hekbt called out why do you serve a
cripple who can only use one hand that way;
why don't you strike a man Hke me, that cat.
defend myself. I won't let you serve him
so. He then entered the enclosure and attack
ed Fiknie. The two clenched. Finkie bad
something in his band which be seemed about
to uae. (Liugbter.) Finnic afterward said
to witness that the sword bad not been oat of
its case for years, aBd could not be drawn out
The stick was broken in striking Henkt and
the sword was exposed. Wallace broke it
off and threw it over the fecce. Finnie told
Wall vex be bad authority for what he did.
Mr. Lett corroborated the preetoig testi
mony; be heard Col. Fiknie tell Wallace he
was a city officer ; had authority to step him,
and would do so; After Hekbt put in he and
Finkie were down ; Finkie withhe sword i
bis band; Wallace broke the sword off and
threw it away; Wallace was a friend of
witness ; Henbt is in Wallace's employ and
a family connection.
Mr. Houseman testified 'that AMerman
Finnie gave the orders for the work dene on
Mr. Watts then argued from the city ordi
nances that the Aldermen bare all the powers
of a peHeesaan. Page 72 of the book of or
dinances says: "Each AMerman shall hare
power to call on the police force of the city
U attitt him la arresting violators of the
laws Jcc u It shall further be the duty of
each AMerman, without being required to dis
charge police duties, to preserve the peace and
see that the city ordinances are enforced"
He argued that in the first instance Mr. Finnie
hid used no violence, but simply endeavored to
enforce the law.
The Court said it would be a curious way
of carrying the law into force by violating it
(This elicited applause free the crowd outside
the bar, which was quickly repressed by the
Captain of the Police.)
Recorder Eavt then fined Alderman Fiknie
$10 for assaulting A. Wallace. The fine was
John Henry was charged with assaulting
AW. Finnie. He expressed bis;willlngness to
be Judged by the evidence already given, and
was fined $5, which was paid.
A. Wallace was charged with selling Be
grses out of doers, contrary to the city ordi
nances. The lateness of the hour prevents us
irivine the remaining testimony. .Messrs. Av
ebt, Fsanklin and Sr. Woodward testified
to the facts detailed above. In reply to a ques
tion, Mr. Fbakelik said the manner of Col.
Finkie was not violent, bat it was turbulent.
Mr. Colemak was engaged in this case, and
considerable amusement was excited by one of
the witnesses replying to a question he put ;
u I cannot express myself in such eloq-ient lan
guage as you do Colonel, but it was Jitst eo."
ALBIHKAV nSHS'S KVIBENCK
AMerman Finnic being sworn raid : May it
please the court, I bad come out of my office
when I saw Wallace about to proceed to the
rale T several negro women in the public
square. I told him that was against the city
ordinance, and begged hia to desist. He re
fused. I Mew 6 whistle for the police, none
came. I then recollected that I had police
authority, and saM so. Wallace said
he would surrender to trie policemen
but not to me. I never tbeugnt of
harming bim, and mildly asked bim qaietly te
leave Ihe eqoare. I ordered the slaves away.
Wallace directed them to remain. We seized
eaeb other by the eoHar. He tried to trip me
up two or three times. I then struck at him
in seif-defense. Henbt then Jumped in. Some
outsider struck me ia the face. Don't knew
The sword In the cane could not be drawn
I and another gentleman tried that in vain a
few days ago ; this I ay on oath. The cane
was broken and the sword exposed. I offered
no resistance to Wallace breaking it off. 1
tvas glat! be did so, for I wanted to kill no
Neither of us were much hurl ; I got a lit' e
mud, that was the worst of it - (-Laughter.)
Hekbt and Wallace both abused me, calling
me a G d d d scoundrel. The first I knew
if Hekst taking a part, was bis putting his
fingers in my eyes aad trying to gouge me.(The
attbmpt to gouge was sworn to by ether wit
nesses.) Mr. Wallacc also stated: I knew there
wav an ordinance forbidding me to sell in the
streets, but I did not knew that it extended to
the Square. I had seven or eight nrgrees to
sell, and kind of thought it would be as well to
sell them in the Square, as I had not good ac
commodation in ray bouse.
1 got a ladder and paesed with the niggers
into the Square. Fiknie cime up and said I
shook! net selt them. I said I wou'd, aBd sup
pose I was pretty mad (laughter). Finkie
tipped up the box en which two negro woalen
stood. He otdored the negroes away. I said
they should not go.
We jumped iu. I think Finnie struck me
on the ebouMer. Then Hekbt came in he
and Finnic clenched. I baw a sword in Fix
kie's hand, which he sorter turned towards
bim. I got K and threw it away.
Id answer to a question from AMerman Fin
nic, witness saM : " If I bad known you bad
authority, I should have obeyed you."
AMerman Finkie, (in that tone of gentle in
sinuation which baa made him bo popular,)
"Did I not Just say Mr. Wallace you can
a cH .
not If gaily sell negroes here? "
Mr. Wallace rpMed, " You did not
it so mild as that, Colonel." (Laughter.
Mr. Colemak then claimed that bis cli.ra
had committed bo eff-ase. He was charged
with selling negroes out of doors, whereas the
testimony plainly ehowed that he did not sell a
single negro. The difficulty arose, the negroes
were removed, and the sale was made on Mr.
The Recorder fined the accused $25. This
fiue was not paid, Mr. Wallace contending
thatas bebad hot made a sale on the Square, be
was not guilty of th offenne charged, and
ehoHld appeal to the Caeamon Liw Court from
Oa the let r Seceaber, hy the Bcv. Jafcn ITHsen,
Xr. Jena A. 3f eoar to Jhi X. J. MtCLOSkin, both
of Ttptoa coamly, Tenn.
On the Sth of Itecrrafeer, hy the Rsr. Jabs 'PTtBtes, ef
the Meth d-.rt Cbsrcb, Mr 3 1 a Icctu of Fa ette
csasty, Tras., to Mtsa LAUBA, daaghter 6f Tlifli S.
Canihers, F-sq , ef Ttpton comity, T.na.
At the rtdeaeeat the bride's falter, en tte 15th of
December, by the Rt Jaba WBson, Mr. A. Jamiios
triLsoK u iciss Eliza H.. sioeod dsoitter of w R
McCain, all ef Tipton eotnty. Tenn.
Residence in LaGrange for Sals
,ll". is w. A&UEKSUN, aa se Intenss
iA QOTtsg to Memphis, effrs hrr desirable
residence In LaGrenge ttx sale. For particulars,
enquire of T S. AXDKKSOK, LaGrange o 2
A AKTirjR'ON". Meranbls turrTSViawlo
QrBAR-Tntr hhds. ccger, 1
top icaV lec&lied.
and for sale jow to tba trade by
Boris FLOURKOT, COOPER It LEAKS.
TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF JIEMriHS.
WiinuoTO. DeaaUr JJ. Warren, of Artaarw,
tff-na prtwaKe ana rttoHUaaa, l;lrtol ibt the
rL.utiim Tenltorte rrport tn the topftfT of it
dsdlos tb Dflffile from tfUil from el stt ia
Honx. on tba sr ol tbt tbt TwHWty It morw.j "
lefalljln ojnrrttlU n slat tte GoTemnent of tte
V r BH tbourtt ttt tie premble tx-A a qwtlooof
Kr. Boeick tU lht ContreM couM not docUie a 3
rttarr In condition of moral rebellion.
Rtlrailn of Mr. Mu,
Stir Tom Derrmbtr 21. Tlx Timet' oarropon-
dest xr tbit the rmldnit lu rcctlred letter from
Mr. Miwa UtIci la bit munition a Jllnl-trr to
Franco Mr. Von romp mini bltwrlr of UM njn-H fiH
n tl of pronlvi cud tr Mr. Bodiuii. The !tlef it
a tone one and li alto ratter riiarp.
Salllaf of Steamer.
XEW Tobe Dtonaber 21 Tba lUimihlp EuTT
uHedte-dif for Liverpool with cpwardi of two and a
qmr'-rrmnBtoi In specie.
Xew Tom, DteraUr St. Tbo bark Jlaaa l yt-
trrdr attached by tbo Uinta! ai a (ItTtr. Sh bad on
boa'd aipaasenma arty Alabasters ftir WaThar la Nica
ragua. Sbemset-d on lnfirnutlon from tho Slate
DTrtm-nt at Waiblnrton.
St. Looit, December SJ-: The D-nlcrci taj-i that
toe Is ia&tare bat pud an art abmltUEg tbo dclnf t
of tba OaHtaun Coo mitten to the pop on iteS.t of
J;arr Mil. Strtnfent meainrrs wero adepted for
wat-hirf the paU.
Oa the Hit, at Dnlpbaa, a free State man named La
tham vat murdered.
no report of Lane's death la false.
staatca haa vetoed lbs MM U ad other o'.noiUn
JfcwOaLEaKi,DcembS3 Saks of CotV-o to-Jay
iseoobrlej. Prices lmotar and hive adecUnlnr tfn
daey. nMra are pretrial" on the market. Bate
Sk'ASMc. Sntar dosed baoyant at 4KIS'C Floor
steady at (( 60g$l 8. O ira has a decHulni leniency
at 663. HesPrk, (U. Olher arlMea nnehaatfd.
Although the river is reportedXalling above,
it still continues to rise here and drift to run
down the swift current. Business on the land
ing yesteidar was tolerably active.
At noon to-day the Daniel Boone, under its
new owners, makes its first trip to Napoleon.
She will become a favorite in the trade, we
have no Joust,
The H. R. W. Hill arrived yesterday morn
ing. Sae bad a quantity of railroad Iron on
board for the Little Rock road which she
Iaaded on the other aide of the river. She
leaves for New Orleans' this evening.
The Herald made its trip from Loais with
a new captain on boarc, uapiain liOHanu
This gentleman, though young, is experienced
in bis business and will be a great favorite in
his present position. Oa the trip, the passen
gers, including Signor Keller and his troupe,
were so much gratified -with the kindness, at
tentions and unceasing effort on the part of
Capt, Conant to promote their comfort, and
were also so well pleastd with tht boat and its
liberal accommodations, that a subscription
was raised and, by the hands of Signor Keller,
a h&bdsome gold chain was presented to the
Captain, who cannot bat feel proud of obtain
ing such a trophy on his very first trip in that
position. Messrs. W. Hill and W. F. "White
hall are the clerks. The Herald will be a reg
nlar St. Louis packet. She leaves this after-
neon at 4 o'clock, and travelers will Cod her
just the right boat for the trip.
The Ocean Spray, we learn, baa gone iBto
the New Of leans trade, and will be down to-day
Remember that the fleet Southerner is the
regular packet for Cairo aad Louisville to
The Kate Fritbte will be in port as usual to
day, and leaves at her regular hour to-morrow
The Emprett and Scotland passed down, and
the ffiaaatha. Oiletbv. Kennnett and one cr
I two smaller crafts passed np yesterday.
KOTES OF AIL SOLVENT
OF THE WHOLE UNION
I Oil AID WILL
PUT MY GOODS ATA LOWER FIGURE
HOUSE IN MEMPHIS
GUNS & PISTOLS.
GOLD AND SILVER WARE JIAIaT
FACTORED AXD REPAIRED.
Akoso atrsrooc Torj tnLt. fikd a laror
PL.AIY COLD PINS,
Heavy Gold & Silver "Watches.
SILVER AND PLATED ARE,
CasIorj &c, &c,
Toarrnia vnia a vabiktt of goods
Of Vll JDosoriptions.
T. J. HARRIS,
277 Main Street,
1f f IOXE3 Virginia Tubaces, fer ssle ty
UU setSl FLOURKOT, COOPER & LK1KJ5.
X. U O C O,
r to g x :s
S S 2 If
2S OS - a
S3 a J Bgls-I
C3 O EC i5
-JW & FANCY CANDilS,
Ara iitt m an unos ox
Circcri ami ry I? mils.
PRESERVES, PICKLES, NUTS, OYSTERS,
SARDINES. SCOTCH ALE AND LON
DON PORTER. WINES, COR
DIALS AND CIGARS,
ZrXTo. 220 TVTfvlTL Stroot,
T BKQ leave to call the a'tentloi of dealers and cossn-
J. m-rs al goods In my tine to my onnsnal lareo stocx or
aboTe-mesUoned goods, feeling confident that I can salt
tka csnaest hnrers. Mrrcbsnts from the country are par-
Itcalariy laslted to rxsslno my stock before porchssleg
elviehere. I bare a ve.y eiUcjlre atock of Wood and
Tin TOTS, and a general assortment of fancy articles
seftsale for the approaching liolldays, which I arin sen at
coat to dealera. nTa.j
AT COST FOR CASH.
HAVING sold eat our stock of BOOKS AVD BTA
T10NBRT, to take ffT-et on tbo 1st January next,
we offer great lndnremenU to cash customers.
Blank Books, Taper, &.c.
Wsrchaauwbn Ictead opening new setts of books win
Bad it f the r Interest to give si a call, as we are sell
ing at cost roa. CAtn.
llusio, Pianos.' Guitars, Violins,
Arc, AT COST AT
ALEXANDER k. WHITZ'S.
dcl7tjanl Under Odd-Fellowa' Pall.
C R WILLIAMS, JR. L. D. SteXJJICI.
TT1LLIA9CS ."s. McKISlCK,
ITTORJfBTS AT LATT, Memphis, Tennessee. OXcr,
fi norta aiae si uonrt so,cAre. mme-in
JIKMPniS DAU.T APTKAL UFF1CZ, I
ThbbjOAT, December St. 1857.
KewTobk. :oathWitof D eemb-jIB: Money
Is la bitter drrasod, a?d It llkly to lncreaso at the new
year arp'osebes. wbmold are nnta are (tttltd op aBd
bs'sncedi tot tb d m.nd li b low the fnppir Itn
r eaiy it 51 cirt. Loamoo Btiteatocka are mwt
ly p oat. Tkere Is rather morepsper offirtBI f.w-ls-ctmnl
bnt ths ratM do not dTiloe impt for bsnka
blepeperthersiesareSSUpcent for tbo mast part,
with rome at 15313 fl cent. The Llrerrool steamer
f rtm Bnttoo touk ont tbo lsrge snm of (1,034,000, cf
which (700 000 was sent from this rtiy
The American Xxchancp Bank has relinquished tke nn-
current Sfeney ba- Iness. so that Ihe Metropolitan Hit
Is mw the only or wklrh takes It on deposit for nd -rap-lloo.
The ether banks tik It, bul send It to Ihe lieiro
polltan Bank Thl- ban waa established with a view to
effet par redemption, and It Is working, as fsr as the
lswperml's toooLIn IMmlttalte object.
The stork market appears trjn hot wllkont mnch
aetlrlty Tht bear party Is losing, and the Boll eecms
raining faith and boldmr a. .A largo ad rant would bring
ont a considerable topply of slock tor sale, so that a limit
is placed ou the adraico.
T4 Knhanir-s at th'Ceariog eocso to-osy inwuuw-u
to (II 417,631 45, andthebauncsa to i.un, u.
BALTIMOBE. From iho San cf D.inr 17: The
better reruns: la a reality in rcoory. ttocc ana Durness
circles, tbocrn for the time being wo bare hero la Bl
tlmoresorm local drawbteXs-aatto restrictive tnSeonce
tj the tre Bars' loos fsr the almost bank ttitesenit, and
for the Is: of Jsnutry parmeett and settlements. At
tbe same time, bowerer, then will at thst period M
mneii tnazMT nselnc ont from corDwralams. Sc. In la-
terest ana dlitdeodt. which prUea wHl be dastrout to
Inr-at, and which will ahto b a cansHerabio amount Ol
secnrltlea. of one sort or other. Thst unwieldy nut
npsaaion whlrh sfflleted our whole blnes trttera
htvlnr saw bten I4rd eff minis are orooKBl wiiaia
that entlrelr cortrnaalo limit from whieh cwiedeneo
cau mux more fc safely amll ni and an entire reaump-
llanof sped payments Dy aaaa nuutainos go
10 band therewith.
LoctsriLLE F-ora the Jiwmttl of Dre-mber 1:
Tfc nnw mrfrl liaa muter MO CklsnCe It It BW t.
The bank are discount ncnoae but A No I paper. Tbo
sellttg rate Isr New Tor sight exchango continues at 1
O fl fi BOXSS W. R and B. B. tteeaej
U yJ S9 birre.t roll Batter;
100 baskets Fip-r's neldselrk Cham parte)
60 bariets Ale and Lager B--eri
IU0 b,xs Wolfe's achie-ismStuaappt; t
ice dam Frtsh FVaca-s snd Fleo Apptrt; 1
101 iDirs assorted Tie FiOlUJ
60 b-xes sssorVd Brandy Fro IK
10 barrel Currants and CUroat;
100 boxes Ratlss snd FKs;
l&t' boxes assorted Ficklesj
300 boxee Sre Crackers:
S04 bbls Bussett Applo ;
61 bolt O-anges ana Coceanutti
WO boxes Sard tie;
100 brxea Star Randies;
Also. Ssxar. CefiVe. Metasm. Tea. lohaoco. Rlee,
Wtiiky. Krandy. Wine, Cigars, tA
ForssMDy i. r. rmni,
decSO Ks. Hi Frrsit Row.
GOODYEAR, KNAPP & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO J. 3f. SLEDGE fc CO.,
Dealers In Drugs, illedlclnes, Faints,
Dye Stuff, Ferfaaery, Fancy Goods, Brnihes,
&c, V;c., aScc, Ve.
n IX fact every thing j rtainlng to the Dreg and
' Apulhocary bnnea. cn At all tlmea b foandat
f THS CKNTRlL DSPflT AND AFOTUECABT
L SlURIC. No 4. PwtOffl-eButldtiig. J-ereoo street.
airmpHis, Teunersw, to oblch we w iM respectf illy 1&
vite aa who a-e la want of pore Kidktaes. at we shall
maks It our express duty, to sell none tut pare, unless
otherwteo lr oted. Physicians can rely upon baring
th.lr praoripUona carefully c mpoonded at all
hours or tbo Ssy and n'gnt. As wo dercte aur personal
attention, notalBg li permitted lo leave the cuunt-r oa
lesa In perfic order. Plaarers. FhysMans sal Couatry
Dealers should ever bear In mini that If they want pore,
unadulterated Dratjs and Jledicioes, thst tht Is the place
to get them, ard on as xotd terms mm say other house In
the clly; ana whatereryod purchase yau can rely upon
lta qsaHty being at represented, or sub ect to be returred
at aur expense. All wo ask It only a trl dcQ
G. F. CARDONA,
RESPECTFDLLT Li form i the pabHc thst his tgea',
Xr. U. ARAOON. haa jest anlrod la New Orleans
tram Baraaa with a Leary supply of
Cigars and LicaC Toliacco,
wfcleh wlilbs 1 Xeaphls in a few dsys, and which he
Kill sell LOW FOS, CAStf. House to Jtfferton street.
eppodto the CommerctsI Ilatel.
reruns tnaeetea to me, espectany those wno nave
borrowed m -ney frem me, will pleate call and settle.
CUC1P-IW U. r. UA1UUHA.
WE propce renting to rwpousrtfe par
lsps. twratr-are or thirty SKT
PIANOS far twelve taoalbt. aad let ifce
rent apply In p ymeai far the riaaq. if,
at the rxsuraUoa of ' hat Use, parties siar wish tc pur
chsae Can soon at
declS-lm MrTtV NET t. CO'S.
ROCCO TO HIS rATSONS.
TTIRIKNDS and pi Irons, far aad near,
JL? Stop and read tula notice here,
Tta Rocco s pakt to thank you all
For vatrenage, grrat or amal .
Not patron, thst my thaskt you have,
Ons moment listen, yet I era re.
I wish to tdl yon, "aae" at d a,
I've handsoae goods fsr eve gy soul.
I ksre, of every "kind" a i bj.
Of diffsreat styles, far girl or hoy.
I've toys also, to phase t! e babies,
And &Btst kinds of goods for ladles.
I've "cakes" for Ohrlst- nas,d.etsed very fine.
I've everything kept In nr Hoe,
Frem candles up to sph U trait,
bo cams anl get aoch g oell to tuK.
The Snest, best and cheapest," i
Krer faun I la any st ,ra.
Ho, fer Rotas I ths t's the cry,
Krery one goes there fsbuy.
Jtt. JiAKlJNUB K UU. .
WILL I10LD LACIE 3' ACCTiOKS
S THEIR ROOM15 UP STAIRS,
Every Tuesday and Friday,
FaTOM 3 TO 5 O'CLOCK,
DORtyania no.vrn of- dzckmber, cokmex.
CLN'G OK J.' SIT
srn iKsr., vmxs iner wii t. offer for sal
Drcsa Goods, Shawls,
MILLINERY, CLOAKS, EMBROIDERIES,
ro tti i 73. a , Xiacoo,
And a variety of .tser FAKOT AR1T0LB8, thas gl,LEg
the tastes a etuaoe to boy joo-ls at
THEIR OWN PIIICES.
E RARINDl Ji CO..
Ia Ihe store they wffl ewtlene o sell regularly at cost
pricee far taa balance of tba aeasoa. B. B. a. OO.
BAR GAIN 8!
A I.ARGKavrtmrrt of RHSK-m
tVOOn PARLJR SUITS OF FUR IjA
5Tiaad PlosSu Also rich Marbletas' '
Bedroom Salts, Jnst received by
decS-lm Ft. M GROSVKKOO.
Dr. . J. HOLLIES- Jr.
0FJ1CK. Ko. 179 MaK street, MsuapkU, less,
Encourage Home Industry.
TITR CXDRRMuNED wouM reeoectfully simnn to
tht taerctiant. ef Mesa phis a d earreualBg country.
that be has now on bard and eosmaaaUy tasBufaHartsg
Tranks s nd VaHiea of everr grade, carier, atjle aid qual
ity, w bit n do is prepared to sell lower tb.n they can be
pnrthec In any tart of the Ualoa. Orders proesptly
allesxlol ti, wbvesale or retail. Tranks made to order
with neatness and despatch. M. GEKSBURQRR,
decS-Ir Truck Maeufscturer. U Frost Row.
GEO. ffJHERTY . BRO.
IS" CGO-- qTJa-pCa Of It
KO XONKT, we m Hf
fTwvDy nnr V ..9 U "
SASH, t&C, c&C.,
At price that -wW piy prcbTai to mm la and decU
CEO. FLAHERTY Sc BRO.'S,
novTl-aw Corner ot Main end Ualen streets.
no arrived some dsys age, and with a lsrg;
supply lt ai give him a do recesliea ard ca-
L-onlie him weB, to as to make him remaln la our good
tawaof Memphis I
11 V M JR. c2
He Is stopping at
J. C. RODNER'S,
Corner of Main and Madison-sts.
.ty dear "Grand Fa" and "Grand Ma." let ns go
and see htm Father aad Mother also that he may come
and aatury ns allwiut
Toys, lOllS, eSiC, e&C,
Also, WAX DOLLS, aad every description cf Jeujens.
TTigs, Haadeaux, Carls and Braids !
AH of which are of direct luiportatm from Farls.
A Ladies' HAIR DRESBXR always ready to attend any
Gentlemen will please call cn the undersigned, who
will take p ea tire to wait nprn them
A larzeastortmentof FERTUMBRT oa band.
ttecl-U-n J O. ROnVJtR,
Rill! AND UMQDE
IPiroct from tvxrlis-
f to SiO Each.
Fancy Hair Pins,
18 TO S8 EACH.
BREASTPINS, EAJH DHOP3, &C.
XVBRT TARIXTT AND FRICB.
277 Main Srteot.
I ((f( SCFSklORClgsrs,lastreeelve4aad
iUU.UUU forssleby H. H. POTTER,
nevlt 17J Ual.st., lrd doer alxrre A1ins.
JsKMPaiS tAm fr APfKAJ. OFF1CH, I
TntmiDAT, Decmbera. 1557.
Cotto. I. stagnant marietyealerdsy, with a d-dloe
of f nllr a cent. Coualdf rablj cotton was sOred for ssle
at a cent lower taan portions' of ths same lot had been
so!d fortheday before, without abalo belJC purcLla'd.
tre heard cf sma'l sale; at 7 it, 8, .V, OH tor Inferkiv
andOrd.nary, and at 10e'. for t good bright article. Ths
Icdlne Is gTateston theloworqoallllca, and those qoall
tleacoastltntetbebalkof ooc stockist Uls time. We
sawaprlratedlspalehreeelTll froraXev Orleans, ys
terdsy. ean'alnlng deprrajlng-intclUgracs. It coactnd d.
" Cotton down one cent."
Decemb-r 17, Colnmbls, eglrerafa iUQ9Hi Charles
ton, X rldltng Fair, 10X. Dci-mibtr IS, Xashillle, from
agio. Jfacoo, Gmt JIW!ltg to Millllng Fair, X.
Savannah, eiremesttIDa . D'cemberlS.ilontgoa
eiy, 8ig9H. Angnsta, e.tJera-, 810
Itooa. Frtm IbeFardy (tun.) Reviews The weath
er ihpst week has been vay Bne, acd howl reds of
boga bsve been killed. Fr fjr pirk hare settled
down at $5, w,lh n salea raeeps to consnmers.
The L-'olsrllle Jovrnel. o' Deetmbtr 19, sais. Wo
conM not h-ar of a solitary Kil' f.b.gs rstdty, and
doLbt whotber over S3 cash t nil nave been obtained far
gd he gi. Tie prerslUsg PIK l Ihe leadin pMnU.
at the last dttes. were al f o"l : Clnelanatl, SogSSSS
net t Madison, Indiana. SSP I3r.WJ LonviHe. 5
S 25; M. Locla St eSBJi 75; nscnlbsi. Mo., $1 SO
S 7 K-oknk, $J 6C; llam-y, J 303S; Feurla,
t soati; Xaples, III , $1 RorlnseAI, Illinois,
(1 C0ai: Terra IUato. tl i Cble.g. St 2a
I7S; saswneelown II TJ; Rrsnsrine, $t 24
$4 60, Indlsospolla. Si ffa 7N atUfayetl. St JJ
Alton. Ill ,$lSl CO. acd at DelphL Indians, (li Sa
In Green ana Owen rosaries, Indiana the lug cholera
easprerat-erit an alarmist "oe farmer having
lost t.O0 head.
Rrctirxs v Railboad rer St. - C. BslSwl
Sample. Mlicbetl ft co M bilis fnlUn; Masos. orrell
ABmneH: n.muun & 7iil Hi Fark'r Kldrr k. Ps-
iliili X M Arp-rso i 1ST, Harris, WVrrael-yte ro S4
Rlr.lln-l Itrn.rllt ll nv: SsteS. Toil It HK tlht
J; Graham h. Hid 3; Tiina as Co 67; Jlke. Mooat &
toll; Meutttcnery fcTle FLane a tasn. sSett
fx ; W n rsrd . co : Vbb U Bawllnsa S3; X
gsa at, Chrtsa S; Betas er Ik tlne Ji J M Pstrl A t.
Walker. Ndaon fc co II; tJXL K Dorson t; W rt SeeTer
l( stmpseo. Usees i eo ro; urufii', anim a. u,
Slr & Warren ; J n Oolhsnk 5; T B Nrienl 9;
SWT roon U; J I Terser ii Ste.att Sc Klrg IS; Jones,
Brown & ra Hand it ill b'i J Pair lot pi jn-r;
0 nsmmotk boxes; K XI a B a l. taej. a
palikk I coop torkeys; nsoir - ' .
JFRbbtnerw lot rsoBdrtet Fwarrny .i
Stewart. King M V js unn . .. , T
ReldS; Ashe. VTBtan fs co al tlj peas; nSl tL
najleylkrg; AgneiS Mnrphr It tree-.
ApeLra....Gree, SJeJi ? barret.
BA0OlKO....lnJU, Jl Uentnekyn7J Imm, IJ
11 He; Kealncky Fowruem,irfiirx.
BIABS.Whtte, $S$5 Uperwiiliei.
BROOJis...Coiam a, $1 M&attmi Fancy, $1.
PLAmo...nun boiet, 5? gross,; aledlnm,
$S 75; Large, 5 S3.
Boron. ...Oooniry. X3V1 V Gosa-o, as3-es.
Cncrsc. ..yritfrn Reee-re. ieJIIe.T(l .
OarrEE....Rio, UQlie. Y
Cos....Ear Me? bsskil; la Sacks, fiOOeec; retail.
Coitx MEAL....g5c.fl buhf.
CaACgxa....Wat. (I ft bW; BUtar, 81 W; 3a-
gar, $3 23; Soda, 3S03.
OAXDLES....Star. SSS. r
EO0S....1SC ? dsxea.
Tea tbeiu... .Goose, SOe. t .
FLOC....Snperfle. $5 10 Tl bel; Bxtra, $7 S8; T.
Guro'roEm....Katockr RMe, $7 7J j keg; Mi
ning, t S.
UiDEJ....Dry rnct,8i.?iA; Dry Salted, C4 Green
LiME....Comaion, SI ICQJ K Tfl IM; St. Geaevleve,
Labd....Io kgs, 15iC jl r; in barrels, 10
L1QOOKS....OM Brarboa Wtlsky. tl SO? gallon J
OldRye. ttfci$3; Old Rewive. Slfl M; Imitation,
0c.; IrUh, $21 Bran's, 2JtCc ; Dter"s, XOgaSe;
Pike's, 56c ; reach Brandy, $1 Vaj$t; Apple Brandy,
XcTS....Frcans 15c ft I,; Almerds, SsfLSboBe, 13
10c.; TtardSheBs, 13H01Sc.
KAIIA....4 iSStt C 7. keg.
Fonx....n.ronnd, 7e. ?&;BHk, tU? barrel;
POTATOES.. .. tl MgJltbbl.
r.orE....nanaspcn,Biic. y a; i.aesice, IC j
McComb's Iron Tie, Eeasxc.
BlLE....S7C fl .
SaLT....Coare, $1 259HI SS-rVsaek : Fuse. II em
S0Ar....Br. 4g5He.'a F;,
Starch... Jltt. ? ft.
Uriel a TS CVkfT 5
" w " .rte-rl IV lar
Sncta.. ,.BUek peerjer lSc'Ta
vtea.. .,llapertj 75c.(.J; oanpawder.
.OBACCO....xiranrl, Leatncky and Tennessee, 13j
tJC ri b; Virginia, :$il.
Vixeoar. ...Pars wait) Prlm',75; ft gallon; Pare
Apple, 1 10 $bbl; Chemical, $J S0$S3.
Wheat... .7 eg s 1 fi bi.-h-i
THE GREAT BEA.UTIFIEE,
SO L0XG ONSUCCKSSFULLT SOUGHT,
JFound at last:
FOR It mures permanently Gray Hair to Its orlglnsl
coWr. oarers lnxarlinthr lh. h.LI K..l , ...
dsndrun. ticking and an rcrifula, scaW heal and aM eroe-
tlMl! wifrutk.1. I...... . .
- , . . . "ixaaa SKMSy, aeu WHI
preserve K to any laagini.Ue age lemoees. as If by
Bam ST 1 a ek ai A k . . A . . .
a "or., cm , rW 4 Ire f CV Dd CtttTV MM Mil
r!Fl4 aud nuTons beadACtiti. See circaUr, aa4 the J.
"st.tk V . AA f AT Ct 4. IDW.
Kr' Wood A. On Genu : Within a fewoars
TlAVva V TT V.V a waats
- " v lucmeTiTtrvsi u itaanT r rnera asvwi cilia wm D( r
. "Mr Kesoraun, ibat te-day we were com'
p. rjo i a.ra to Btn fi a quanlliy. (the i dcr-n
you f orwanied all being sod.) while we uilaht order
',unUtr from va. Em, tmatw ... j
have predaoad three or rant Mvaninnm nA v I .
probaibm.and nalreeaxe It receires from thernt sab-
aeiiai aru wertny dllini ef our Tie nity, fsl!y c-n-vlnee
us that It is a m-st vitaaMe prrparalian.
Send ns a h n as may hi one jcr-i ot tl Hit I and
5 sue, anj bene re us vours recy resptfaMy.
fnznMll nsvivr. r i,tm . rtn '
Hicxort Grove, lit. Charles rounly. Mo.,
VaTeentvr IB. WJL 1
Va.or O.J Wood D-a-Sir: Ssme tia lat ins
mer we were i4acrd to u-e s..me of your Hair- Bxtsra-
ie, ana us tan were so venaerful, srefsH It kurduti
toyouaudtbesaicaed. tirto.rtii. T
Our little son's bead for eae time had ben perfectly
covered with sores, ard aeasraHed 't aeM bead The
hair lBt enllrcle came n"ln esnsequenee when a
frtoBd. seetnz hi isfr.Tingi, alrtsM us to use year Rrs
t rattre; we did so with I .tile bo-e of aaroxs, but u
our sarprbe, and thst of alloor Jrpm-ls, a very fewsp-
rr-! nmrm oiaease raumy, aM a new and
amrtsnt erep f bair soon darted out. and we nn .w
say that euc bey hssaa hesllhra rrstn lulu m.r..i
aero,, or Mir as any oinrj- ita. We can, Iberef.re,
aaa aereny recommentyinrR-stenllre. as a perfect
(nw; t tut etajpana aair.
m e are, yeurs rrspeaiutiy
oe-ur;k w. niGGiKBtrtntM,
SARAT A niGGINBOTHAM.
OiamxSB Maixe. JuneSJ. 1S5.
Plior. O. J 'Wood IVst Sir: I have nsel twa koi.
t es ef prof Wood' H.ir Rrsterat ve. ard can tra.y say
. . -. .. qixpmr lap in Mr r . i jtn r . r.i
ne nsir. uerore l nog it i waa a man ef sev
-f. Jy nulr ns !W alti Jred Ha orlalnai iva.r ru
can Teenrareend Ittothewnral without the least fes r,ss
J " " . .nit
Tsars respeif ally,
O.J. WOOD & CO.. Proprietors. Ill Brealway N T ,
(Jo S1 N T. Wira RaillogEiUMithmeat,) audits
3"APd eo d by all enod -iroeztta auta 1awe1y
WSIO 1! YOI3H
E. TREfiEIVZ i, -
TJRA CTICALCDTIKR ASD BOnr-MAKBR, who wM
a nanuiactereaii ororra us new lata prices, work
Freo-h Calf Ing Bools, arwed to oidr tT "
French Oalf L.x,g Foots, pegged, ( 00
IVang Baols, (fooled) seared, s 00
Long Bw.ts, (foiled) pged, t co
Lace Shoes, a to
Jmk Rjot, (balf.aoled and h-eKd) I CO
Long Bjois (naif-sole.) rrid, 75
115 Main st., between Cr-Iar and Excbange sis.
LrVINGSTOITS 15 YEAES
MUSTAVG G3KT-XEW SUPFLT.
Rifles and Fercrlcs of Sir. Aesop Smith.
BT MR. M. I'. TCFPXR.
Jlomanlio Paassajjes in Southern
SONGS AND BALLADS OF THE SOUTH.
An Oration del'verrd at the- lirtui of the Corner-atone
of taeNsUaasl Moaumeat
TO HEtfSlY CLMC
BTRET. DR. SlBCatlXRlDGR
AB to bii had at
drcSl GEO PATTISO." Ac CO'.
E. BltCAlUITT J. K. STOUkK.
Iu TIIOIIPHOaV & co.,- "
(Ssueirors to IU R. Racixc,)
IMPORTERS AND DBALKRS IX
FIXE BR INDIES, WISES &LIQ00RS,
ALSO, rtSi: QUALITT
BRRATirlTT AND STOS KR'S NS W BmLDlXT,
ME II I'll IS, TE.VAESSnE.
TU3T S33EITKD The a K'l B,andteu, Wines acd
OW C'tiillan Brand r;
Old Henry Mantle fa Co llraaly;
Old Utt trar Bran-lrl
Otd Martell Brandy!
Old Marett ft Co Brand;;
OM Lsrroude Brairlj;
Old Frands 1. 1 randy;
Champ ;na f. X. U i
Oresasst uid Ro al Grape;
Fieur d tSjazn
JaaAtca and St. Croix Rem;
Inh awl s.-otrh WhUkis:
At L THOMPSOS A OO.'S,
d-clS-'lm Ma-vphit. T.nn
c. at. utrrncaioKD a. w. loo.
f. JI. RUTHERFORD &L0SC,
OFFICE No. SI Kstchei-st , and Arcada Paassge,
SPECI AL a'trnltrm glrrn to Ihe sa'e cf Slaves, private
sa well as public Hsrlag ample quartera (or ISO
slaves at No 117 darendeiet-at d cJOUm
Harnett Rouse I
CORNER WATER AND ADAMS STS.,
R. C DARSETT, Prsprleter.
rniS fioae has recently aodTgone th Tonrh
reptlra, anl fitted up lor the aoeotnmod.
tiouof the traveltng public Ths table Is ssp
neied with the best the nsrk't aSirds. Tbo
Propeieter asaares the putxis that they win aid aa good
a'cemmidatloo at 'he abort p ace la say hose In tee
ctty. A few bsiarders caa te accommodated by Imme
diate applies' loo. dee'SSm
Or ExchanRe for Kegroes.
I OFFER fir sa'e my SAitor Street Ret'dacc. This
prooerty cannot be aurpud lu thediy, for baaty
of Vacation, or lu cocrenieacej f..r private city reti
cence. Ohaagtag ray leeats-n from a cl y, tethu f a
co.ntry life, la the on'y I'lduoxmcnt to par arttb thla
pro eTty. For term, at a., rhles are rettmabte apply
tome, persoaa'ly. J A3, o. McMAKUS,
Or to J G. L03SDAL1I, Esq., dulag my absence
from the dty. decs-lra
A LL p-rsons sr notified lot to trs1. fo- a rte given
CX. by b to Jacsb Halt, fir one handret and twenty
are eoliara, as the con.lJ.nition for which the note was
given has fallal, and I d) nut intend to pay it.
dTfti-n" HQmPX HILL
HATING aM out oar lotnett in the flr nf R. F.
Carson a; Co. U Messrs. OAPKtS tt SMITH, lar
the purpose of eloslag out itnr b astaeas, we rrspattf illy
request to ladeblsd to Came f JTjii aad aetooibflr
rean.ct!v dars tjsd
'VTa aks pasture la rstirnesdsg loaurald p.t-esa
sad trietds, our aaaceisora Ma rr fan ra i fra th.
S3V la S'ABE JOA k 0AR-OX.
IsoTFamiaF or InrliTidHal Should
e Walkout ihe follewlns
DR. SL SrKSK'3 JTERTOUS TONIC The only snre
remedy for Chios, Fever and Agne, BLlom, Intermit
Urt, Remittent, Typheid and Scarlet Fevers, Dlspepsla,
net rirrorn. Indigestion, Kerrons neadschs. Lire r Com
pie! tn ana Arrvcns ArTectkws, Is this medicine particu
larly adapted, and to those convalescing from attacks of
fe'er,ltls particularly r-commeiided. Knmerons cer
USiatM could ba adduced to pro re the crflcacy, If neces.
DR. SLBDas'S TIOAR1IOUKD FECTORAI. For
Cdls, Coothr, Asthma, Bronchitis, Inlnenas. Solltlng
Sfcwd, Crcnp, Consnraptlna, and 'aU affse'ions of the
1sjs. Tats remedy has no ejaal, and la fomd to give
relUf tn all esses. Try It well, irtce, $1 per Dottle, or
six bottles for tS.
DR. SLXDGX'SCWOLXRA OR PIARI1KA STBUF
A certain care for Cholera X irbiis. Dlsrhea, Dfsentery,
Bloody FInx snd aa airn l!m, a, bowels, and for
children, when teeth'ng, j, tnU reaedr nsrtlcnlarly
adapted as It Is mHd pleasant to the teste and
card rm will take K wiefl ifflpaaltr prtCT j, per bot
tle, or alz MIHea far t. jh
tySomehiTpnr.J,,w.j $1,000 wjrth at a time !
Omie and ae the '.etters. and sea how aX srak ef Da. .
Do any ssk if it can d harm 7 No! II Is pleasant to
take, aad does R Jt Irritate the skin of a delicate la rant.
Come and see for yonraetees, ye Unw and suffering! O,
yerh-om!l"i aad drug, enaeasd see
t . h"r' 119 'emWIng limb be slroog.
An" XTo.n. ol ansa!,!, metlew InM ,
sw2.,!:''," 80 iu breast,
Shan fosdty. play, or smHhtg, sink lo rest.
Xo pedlars sea) tots artlde Beware 1
Sold la Memphis, by ,rABB . r0.VKS.
nrag's Remedy for Tooth-Ache
A drop or two of BRAGQ'S ARCTIO LIKIMIKT.pnt
Utothe bollew ef an aeMartoolh, wiu quickly rellm
the anffrreCi a?T. Iu rrtaetraUve property Is so
great that tt Hsttnlr resehea tba seat of pain, and
drives oat the teStmaaHaa from the tartbtia guerre.
If the f see be swH-n eee or two appHcatlsns ef the
Lteftaentwia lemeve the swelling, by causing the bad
human to be absorbed and driven oa. There la no loo
grranyooeaslaa torsaSrrera from teoth-ashe passing
aleepijM nlihts of a loir; BriVJJ'3 ARTII0 LIKI
XBNT afftrds speedy reH-f, aal raty be obtained at any
respectable Drag stre. ilecl5-tsw7w
The Mustang Ueauiest eurea RhenmaUam
The Mustang Llnlratol cares Stiff Joints I
The Kustang UatmeAt cures Bursa aad Wounds ;
The Maatasg LTitsaent cares Sores and V ears ;
The Mustang IAabnent ejrea CakM Breasts aad Sere
The Masiang Liniment cares Xeurelgla ;
The aiast ass Uslment cares Coras and TFarta ;
The Ma tang Uetmeat Is wjrth
1,000,000 Dollars per Annum
To the Uniled Slates, as the preserver snd res tarrr ef
vtleaate herses and eartte. It cares aH Sprs Oalds.
n obsos, aas joiau, at c
WB you answer tats question? Cll
rou ever bear
ay ordinary Sore. SweHi-ur. Sorsn
euro? D1I you ever visR ..r resiect.v
.srertar ih. ,M. . L' . Orugg'st in
whodSdnot "u .' innrlcs-
I a-"-very of the
three sixes. 'uy sooum tare 1
. "CIJ .lf . k ...
BARNES a. PARC,
Sold everywhere, and by . "I'""W,r'- 'w ork.
JeclSHltw..Im. ' MAlfSFlSLD It CO ,
. War. - . ..
nemeiaa-r sinv toe Moaat Morlsh
Oralb' ,C"tH oHblB ot the magic power of Be
a "KLltCTRTO OIL" Mr. rjHtBg.worth. pre-
, . .aroa, i seventB street, can tell If It
Iped htm tT bis eruleliea lu two dsys. Mrs. Gordon,
No. C Blrtes eeert, eaa tea If It relieved her of palnMn
" ai saenneas of breath.
"ra. xasns, r1.,Bvlsoa agent, eat teB If he fold
Mr. Bradford -waM lh,, n.
(genab.-,) xiectrie OH weasl care his rheumatism ; and
'dr ' S S Ann street, esu teH If it cured a felon lu
tbre days; aad Mr Ferbes, f Harrlaonburgh, can tell
II It eared baa of great pasa la his loins and rata ma
tlsm, after aslng Dr. Jayae's medicine, and had other
treatment a long Mm J ask John TTreth, Esq. Atsi,
see case cr awrui p.e. Just cured certificate la the
cfiver, wHh hundreds of others ; msny new ones daBy
occurring. Osme aad see. If it won't cure, come get
Bask ysur mosey.
Don't fergtt, the offlee Is No. ii Soath Eighth atreet,
three oors ef Seath Cheitaat.
speetaMeiaedtetaels esM by pedUrs aaywkere, ai aa y
mas of seaae sheaM knew.
PROF. 0. DB GRATH,
tl S. Eighth street, PhBa.
N. B. Xztatao lb- name la the g ass and the wiltiea
algaalare, to a read trawls.
Price 59 eeats aal 75 eta ta per battle.
Thla Great ReaKdy can he bad of the agent here. Mr.
CHA3ELEB. TaeTrobater, Jr., Is at preaeat stopplariat
lae woreaam rienae. aa 1 wl'l armlr tba nu u an ,nrr...
era. awn e. as. del71awlw
DMT1 G O ODS.
FROM THIS DATB
Camicc, Mix eAs Co.,
a.x Oaoeat for OAtali,
Their immense stock f
STAPLE AAD FA5CT DRF GOODS I
Iniiaaatttles to salt purchaser.
This Is prebaWy the best bought and best selected steak
In the Soathwest, embraciag every varltty of
SILX AND FANOT GOODS,
8TAPLB AXD PLANTEBS' GOODS,
Wetrust we need aMaasure ok natrouaof oar sin
cerity, si onlr the one price wsH be asse-t or taken.
CAKDEE, MIX & CO.
CHROMIOTYPES JUST DISCOVERED.
THE only ChraaaMype GaHery la MssaeAla, where yea
ran gat aM Iin4e ef Fissures ulaa, st prices to salt the
These beautiful gems of Art, fChraaBl itypea) have b -ea
recestiydattveredbyF.N.TAasALLO They wtB soca
saprreede any ether kind of Pletaree kneara ; there is an
elegaace aBd relief f (Tt ateut theOarmletype that haa
only t , be ar-o ta be appreclsted. The Chromestype Is
n-t krewn or taken at asy ether OaH-ry In the eanmry
VTiHyewbeaokiBdaatolioearthlsGaH-ry artth a caB
and exavluattea ef tee cemtaraltve merits of ra art,-
They are taken at the Caroailetype GaBery. by
F. X. VAVSALLO.
B4vl-ly No. Ill Mala alreet.
Edmondson & Armstrong,
Wholesale and Re's! Dealera lu
HIDES, OIL AND LEATHER,
NO. 3(7 MAIN STREET,
Opposite Court Square Sign of the
CJ-olcdoax Siirvu td.
CEEPeoastaaty on hind a fall assortment of articles In
their Uee, costUtlng In part of French aad Amertcin
Calf Sktss Haleck and Oak-Taaaed Sol Lesthtr.
Skirtings. Haraess, Bridle, Wax and slip Upper Leather,
Enameled aad PaUnt Leather ot all kinds; Fad, Hcg
Chaatels, Deer, Lialag and Teapiag Situs Also, a fan
assortmeat ef raliia', SboeuiakeTS' aad Tanners'
Tec4, lae. Saaaaery Hardsrare aad Hamesa Mountings
of every variety to waleh we respectlcHy Invite
lae attention of persons baying la our line.
Saddles, Harness, Bridles, &c
TB are now Jut reotisleg a frssh aad wen selected
stock of golds la this line, saeh aa
BRIDLB FILLINGS, HORSE COVERS,
SADDLE BAGS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
OF EVERT VARIETY.
AH of whieh we wtH set! at the very lowest market rate..
XDMONDSOX ft ARMSTRONG,
Xo. Msla street,
aug29Iy Sign of the Goidea Stirrup.
Bands! Bands! Bands!
WB keep coastaasly on hand a fall assortment ot both
Kaiae-StreUfeed Leather and Gum-Elastic
GIN AND MILL BANDS,
of all a ilea, from two to sixteen laches In width, and as
we are the Agents of the manufacturers, can sell them
aa lew aa rfcey tan be found la the market, and guarantee
them to be ot the best quality made.
EDMONDSON ta ARMSTRONG,
No. S4T Hala street,
augSMy Sign cf the Golden Stirrup.
Hides! Hides! Hides!
WE are prepared at anytime to pay lb HIGHEST
MARKET PRICES, la CASH, fer
DRY HIDES, SHEEP AND DEER SKINS.
Shiparata ssMelted, ta watch we promise oar prompt
aad sprtlil attentats.
XDMONDSOX t ARMSTRONG,
No. 317 Main street,
earaa-ly Sign cf Ihe QoMea Stirrup.
PXIjE J3 -cSl. Xi "7-23 .
For the cure of every form of
HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES;
Whether of brag ataadtag or recent orizla J Internal or
External; whtaer attendee with Prolapsus, Hemar-
rbage, or abetraetlea ; and all by
No Internal aUcvant b-lng required In any case, cny to
regulste th Bouis, it Constipated, or tn Stance aad
A largeanaiber ef gra learn througheet th country,
of high charactn aad Inflaenos. hare voiustary attested
to its eCeaxy In their own case, not of uearssy. and
who certt.cat m ay Na ee-n T raference to the pre-,
pri. tars' puMKallcns to be had ot their agK, through
out the Uaited States.
Price, $1 per Bor, retail.
The PILE SALTS' Is put up ia glass Jar, lacloeed la
psper box, properly labelled, aad will keep aay length
J3- Tor sale ta this dty by
Johxsox 3t Loxo,
Ward k. J oats.
MAXtrtCLD A Co.,
II. F. FaaxswoaVTH,
K. S. HCORES.
W. M. Sheltos
J. M. SLES9C St CO ,
Mexstt TrsT aal
' t X. S LAXPKtZR.
7. H. CATASAU3H St CO..
ottS-Ktaily ftafiWaa, St. Louis, Ma,
THS dlseasea of the ILah and the skin, to whisn chf
ren are moat ssbjo at, such aa entuosUd sores on tka
bead and face, rash ", ringworm, teller, salt-rneaa,
plmpes, Sc, srseoti-Ur Rlirr4 ty this crag-teat, aa
w.U aa the angriest nil ers, aid aa klada 0f weusaa and
Sdd at the manufactory 80 Maiden Lane, JTew
Tark, and alt dnryltU, tU.t ejt, as4 tl per pet.
DRY G00D3 AXD CLOTHISC.
AT COST FOFf CASH.
vrcanattenrlito taaadrerUsenisrit cf Messrs. u.
WsJker (a Bros., 71 Frcnt Row, corner ef Adams street,
and Messrs. J tValker Jt 0"'. Ko. 2lT Main street, ep.
pisltr) Odd Fellows' Haa. Taese t-Hcxa sn- a
at Oost for Cash.
They have abut JIM, 030 wertb of Soods oa hand, and
will sen grat bargains to make room fr their S;ric
st-ck. 1 his is a great ladacemest to pereeos who wtshi
to supply hem-elves with eneb articles. ncreSl-lm
Siro.ooo wortu or
Watches. Jewelry. SHrer ITarr. faWks. 17aaaa Viafr
uooos.eic, isr ssi at a great c&teetten ta prseeafer
caah. Ia aatktcaH -a ef a ged season are laM M a very
large stock of Choice deeds, wasea rather taaa hosd
over, are will fer the next few months seal at Great
Bargains, p pubHe are leaHed te exsaitae oar as-
aortseat which for extent aad variety have aa ssaperler.
F 8. CLARK h. CO..
botI Xo. 1 Park's Maiaee Btsrk.
Prof. Haskell's Electric Oll
A supply of this wMvferfal MlMstri'i fer the cure ef
rheumatism. Deafaeea, mes, Coras aart'aM nrnsqa dis
eases, Headache and Paha, has been teeeteed hy HAR-
BIN fa CO , where H oa be saataauasal. The seflaelac
shoaU purchsse a beetle saesaeeHalety. See saeertrse.
mnt ta another cailaatja.
Psor. Has SELL. The fsstewtegUaaasMny as far.r
of Dr. HaakeB' ErMtrie OH ta facastahwl a fer pahMea-
Pxor. Hajtxll Dear Sir: I feel K tebe my daty I
aforai the petals, threugki yeei, what year wiajiifa
Elect rteOrl" has (hoe fer aay faaawy. My wire haa
beea a'araaaasjly IraeeeM with faHaagof thewtmeisaat
palaa lo the lack and breast. I besgatea botsjeef
your OH yesterday, aad ts-day she is iBSitaly free frem
pala, sal seals her warmest respeat fer year saotees
aad proeperHy. I hare ill rbeaaaatlc pats ia aay
sheeMer aad a -ma fer a leac itne, snd ta tea Batautee
from the Una I appeted yar OH. ike sale waa sal go-'
It is truly a srenderfel remedy fer aH pet., sa
have beea soaVrlag with, aad I chaos fusty -Mt
tlmoali ot Its eSocta. tva tbtt tej
Sworn aad sabso-i 1PT. MrrrMt Heese.
1557. tafareaae, hats dey.zathef Jafy
S3tv ajacRTT WAITB, Jaaraiee ef tee Prtee
- tesllBMer tets aa "e'er tree tele worth rot
.trans at made eerfcUeates al ever the lead, tad a great
Forsiie by S. MANSFIELD St 08., M7 Ulla-at.
Try W, ye safleetag aad aaMoted. oati-dawly
Tilt rfawto;eemmaenia.ir,aioa Beetf. A large
stsck ot the ssm sort kept 'eetataaair oa basd.
LOWXRS, ORGILL ft BO.,
Ateatt ferStearas A Marvta.
Memphis, Tc-i.f , XeTeraeer It, 187.
lfcsar Lotenet, OrjUt ej- Co J
Ok rLZttgtf la reply te yoar awqelries eene-rDrSg
the atlempt made by berglass oa tee aaM ef the SCta
lastaat, to ret oar Fire Proof Safe, X. 86, we lake
pleasure 1- l 'a tear that the eOert, teaseea eraleatly
m.!e ty atliHa paraans, wKh tools pecuMartv adapted
te their veHaiaoua work, and pethapa ariteayfag faedty
portion of the night, proved a sternal faarare.
The Safe la th same wt bsagat of yea eeme Hate sa.
sad we feel It dae te the Btaaafaaaaeer, Mesers. Siaara
&. Marvla, to asamumlcat te them taeaatfk pe these
Ths attack, ta aH praftabtHty , was Sftt sad epea th
1-xr, wtjlth Mug eee of th "La Bwle" peweVr-preef.
mey nau ta aaaaaaa, after eatpieaely damaging H for
use.byestdehtselaer shsrp steel saksUumeata. Taey
men s a nets street tae atj s rp ec to tee right ef
aad a little aesaw the key-heeraf aad after resaeviaz
quaatHy st fltang sea Heat twtsve beea rtetased by at
leasi a posmt tf powder, exW .la were prude, with
onl sajr TliHrfe etlt M le doer r Safe. The vtaVatae
then abaadsned the werk, oumplisuly beasd.
deel dijtal MASON. WORTEtL ft BOONE.
CLOSIaVG OUT SALE IT ifiTDAL COST
WE effir at S.BT8AL OOit FOS CASH, tee halaase
of our stock st
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
'Also a large aad very tempiel aaaartsaing ot
GENTLEMEN'S FtfRNISQlKG G03DS,
SjpevfarSOLS LR ATHBfl TRBXCS,
LAMBS' TBNCS, Ac
we lateae e hameeg, a ear ateek aaast be said fer.
anniedeso, K meet be sefet FOR SASH. Taerefere,
we waa priee ear Goods at oeeate eest. east srau hare bast
otiE mil r. JOBKSON ja J oar.
narrtl-Sm X. 1 Stalk's Martee Btsek
A. H. HISE,
vTSOLBSALR AND BBTA1L SCALER IX
Ulics, liCiUhcr and lilisings,
NO. 2fl2 MAIN-iT., UP STAIRS,
Over G. B. LaekcU Store.
HAS new ea hand aad wta be reeeiatoi weekly, by the
Meaaphis aad St. Louts yicaeta, 4irer rreea sue maaafaa-
turer, every deserlpttsa f LEATHB& aad LIKINGS,
whieh am bo sold, wheieeai sad retaB, at the St. Louis
HIDES I HTDas I HIDES !
I want FITS nUNDRBD TtrBtlSAND DST and
GRRSN HIDES, fer which I wsU pay sue htgnest prices
InOASH. Try as.
Fnrs and Peltries.
I aa par tot at all Usee Ike aivkeat cask psaara far
Furs. Deer aad Sheep Sates. Deawts weutd dewaM to
eaMawl sea me, at OS Mata street, up stairs, before
seMag elaewaere. aepl-dawtai
A POMADE for eeaatWrtsu the HAIS-aigtiy per-
faaed, sapertST t aay Fnaaeh aa-tkaa) aaarertoif, aaatfaw
halt the pries. Fer desan Laeues Hair H has ae
lsl, givtas K a keifBt, gaewy spiasrsaee. Iteaas
Gentlemen's Hair la earl as the neet aacwal asaaaer
It remove daadratr. aiwaya gtvtas; the Bate the appear
ance or bets frees shanapioaal. PrleeeBsy 3ft y eeats.
Seat geBUsa anie sefav FBTRIaaSE A. CO.,
Preprietea's ef the MSaeat ef a Tkaeaaart Flewert.''
Eg-For sale bp-a larrasatsts aaeT lwlly
LETTER ffaai a dMegasraaal peyeAan la Maasadie-
Messrs. Joseph BtrMETT 1 Oo , Bsse Oseite
men : AgreesMy le year raajeest, I have earaaBj ex
amined tte feroMaia wafe yartl emaasraa taw saaiMara--tureet
the aetata I .btrk yee xiea as name f BfJR
NETTS KALUSTOM-, aad I 'maaaaay aeaey that I Bed
&.-lagreJTewUearaprtsaBgstt beaadh as at all nil asea
weuVl aapraee of, for aasaaaratiag the sieelllaa or the
skis la cataueoaa aattaa
Ths ceniMnaUen Is retire ty JeaHoim aad osmpatihl
and weH calealated to praasete a health r oaeeetaos of
the skha. I as Ili le pereetve that gsyesriae Is eee of
Its components. At a ore m rate, jnr aUtwetea aaast be
verydlraMe.aalaadoMieato ttsseaeaay, K h a aV.
Hghtrul perfame. RespecSferly years, eee
Prepared by JosErH BcajiETT A Co., Bestaa.
Fer sal. by 3. MANSFIELD & 00.. aad dealers geae-
rsBy. Price S0c aad )l perlMtUe. BovII-datw
NEaT PIAi0 STORE.
THE STODART PIANOS.
HAS the pleasure te aaaeeaee te has frleaais aad the
public gsnsrsHy. that he hu beea appelated bv Messrs
Stodart av Morris, of New Turk, Ageat fer the sale ef
He is now opening at their stare en Adams street, a few
doors below the Worsaaai Reese, a large stek whieh
which wtn be sold at .Vena Tark prices.
IVliite Teeth, Perfumed Breath
and Beautiful Complexion,
CAN be acquired by ustag the "Balm or a Thoc-
saXD FLOWraa." What lady sr raetiemin weeM re
main under the curs ot a disagreraMe breath, when, by
aslng the " Balm or a Thousaxd Flqwebj" as a
deatiiflce, woakl net only render It sweet, but tear the
teeth white aa alabastsrl1 Many pereea do net kaow
their breath fa bad, and the subtest Is so dcateate their
frleada wiH aever ssentktB It. Beware of coaatcrfeK.
Be sure each bottle Is signed,
FETRIDGE A CO., New Terk.
Fy Per sale by aH DrMglat. ap!7eodly
IMPORTANT TO THE
DEAF AND BLIND.
DR. 3Icl,E0D, of Scotland.
HAS ARR1TED IN MBIfPHI", TBIfX.. aad mav be
ooniulted at the hooae north ee. career nr vdt.i
anal Third streets, far short tiaae. Early aiteatiea s
EBAFXBSS. DIZ2INK33 N8ISB IN TUB TIEAD.
aid an ttteebarxea flam the EAR. M04TTH ar NO-TRILS
Dr. MeLeod has made a nnrdiacoTereaf a laid that
IH prove perfect absorption of the "fJaUract." aad
restore permanent vblsa t the eye wMWut the sue ef
ihportaxt Aim tube.
I have a son fiflaea yea-s of in whs baabeea deaf aad
dumb from the age of twe years llweavetef scarlet feser.
Hearing of Dr. MeLeod, 1 breeght asy sea to htm. aad la
three weeks, under his head, he begaa to glee sign of
hearing, tad at the expiration of ave arek he eeejd
near wen, aaa la nowraaMIy Karotaz le speaa. a aeaae
thla aUiem st aasollersed. aad fer tee seed of an
eflWalcoamu'lty. ALBX C. MORTON.
BT. "ADL, Feeruary, lOOO. aware-a.-am
WILL five the abi.-e reward for the apereheaalon
aad doHTery to me lu C.vritea. Tenn.. of MNJA-
utar nauvsa wa wa. cnaaa-d la 1M ra ail tewa.
on two tndlHmenta for Murder, I d who hreee sal I sB
oa ihe Uht ef lae ina ini.
Said Oeoaer laaaout iniriy or airr-nee jmi ou
,w. .tat 130 or lift avaaeds i has htack hair, a eaii
of whleii hangs orer bta rlaht eye is ab tt Sre teet aix
era it ht Inches Men ; U geaaeel ta Ms appeaxaaee aad
pieastag la Me AStreas, is a iaieerreaai jaraaaa, a aD
ariianalat. acd a slight of baud pesferaer. He had ca
nut cassimere or doth paata. a dark blue or brack drese
coat, a black atlk hst. a gray overcoat and a pair ef boots,
th t.b newly rspslred eo the bB ef the foot.
H. 1. Jttl.itr,
deel J-wtt Skerltr f Thftoa ooealr.
SI 12 ves:
CHEAPERTHAN AT ANY OTHER PLACE
I X ME IU PHIS,
CAN BE FOCSC AT
INGBAHAM & IVES'S.
.V. a Al 0-YfiOE STREET.
BARRELS Mvtra 'arnHr Flour ;
73 boxes ruties sn4 satsu
10 barrei PllnM Rod Butter
to ooxe s'arca ;
10 barrels Dried Apples 1
60 onia Washboards t
SCO pesnda Live Geese Feathin.
Also, a lot of D; par, Calttzis aad Xlp Lealiier Is aterc
asdforaamby. 0SA3 McLBaN.
qaf.iw xo. n Front bow.
" are ankeriaed to aUBounoo T IOKAS R 11 T
THni.V,"f' for.C'ole 1 the Fourteenth
JL J 11 ensuing March election.
Q v j"M
SlM.wtf ' ' tt "" ejection:
FOR, COrjXTX TRUSTEE.
t!!y.TJ!: ' reaction for
itoV V.V ; "usiee or Shelby county at the e -
robt r nFOT Sheriff.
OasaMv; Ttb 3Si Vaadatttr SnKfUFFof Saefty
wawHT at ttte, enaulug Msteh . leetlw sep9 dAwte
aajhe Fifth Olva tHslrtst, at the e.a.g MsSc!
To the Taters or Shelby Cnntv
BBIRelB W BARVES. I,., ef Mswatag Sm,
aeeMr assiasm htavarir aa the "IVtaan,,
sle" sr Tvtvteeat tax ensuing Marehlon! "
w a: are ausawr i"S ao aanoanse JOHN B. vvr
" - aw m.iu wa Bawf at the eaaa-
log M area rfectleai
FOR CO.VSTA H I.K.
WK are aasaeriseat to aanoaace JOHN W. TATLOB,
as a eaivrMate ler re-e ectun far the raee of CsasUMe
la taw rseaa, nui a..
-. .... eexT-
WE are aaaaattaa d ta aeaia ar at aamma
rl!.',' Ooo of the Ota OlrH DUlriet. iiee.
taaaa le Meeea ont
m FOR CO.VSTAULE.
VI m atlsaaial l.,u.r. aa . .
FOR COUNTY TRUSTEE.
Vt ar" a IStl a 111 1 ta ,aa..naI. -
lV. .' 'r tee 33ee of Ceaeatr Tr- BILLS
li! -W" 'v-g arareh eleeta-- nM atr
K see aaeaasraw . at TRHSTrr.
WALE KB, aa a
V at 1" .Aadktata ar IW.I. . v
WBareautaawiswdaeaaaaHseeeJAMBS E. FELTS as a
csaMaaeawrreetsaateUe eOce of Sheriff, at tee
B'Bteg Maeeh eaeetko.
FOR COUNT VT RUST EE.
WE are aatao'taed 'oan-oaace FRtKCIS BACSH as
a ceedi-Ute fer C eaty Trastee of Shelby eeuaty at the
e-vorec H irrt, rw r-n et7.l..
15 Ailatlison street,
OPPOSITB THE UNION tANsT,
THE ATTRXTION OF
City anil Couutry lerchants
AND BDSINESS MEN GENERALLY,
terrseeetfasly eaJSed te the aasurpsssed tecBttie of bat
Posaeasiac every seders tsprevesaeat In
"X" VJ.J2 X33.d - a-a??'Cg-tT'e.
Aad aB otaer eealrsWe reaueslles, the Ossaeaay Is prrpar-
d te exeeate every desexlatton of
FROM A CARD TO A BOOK.
Ia tee Srst style of the art, at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
DESIGNS FOB STOHE BHVL3,
Of taws we have Ihe largest variety ef
NEW AND NOVEL DESIGNS,
And the best enured, te be .onnd la Its State, adapted
le every besleces, aad suKed to every taste.
It yea reeetre PRINTING f aay kkvt, let the Job be
etas or rasata, we lavHe yea to visit sals estAbllshment,
tearing that aewhere esse wH yea secure BET7" Kit
WORI, BBTTBR THRATMKNT. OR BETTER TERMS
T1IS BULLETIN COSIPAJIY,
No. IS Madiaea street Memphis. Tenn.
nritHwWi dear-e o' the Prveele Cnert of ,
XJ tee tuety ef Lsaaeardaie. Aaebaaava. the
eorser gaed. Ataaielairatevs the . ale ef
Jriara ka Bailey, deeraaed. will seil a MOei-
BiT, 1 1 ta a r Jaaaury. 19H oa the oresat.s. ale
saita rsuaa the fesre f Fie eaxa. Alt . ihe celebrated
raaaetaat.ieaee. kaewa aeBAILETi'SPRIN6S.
Ta e spiirce ara so a Mali and tavr!rr kaewn. as
aeiBf te aaeet larmarteel water tec lae rare efdyaaa p-
at. ropey a roruSa aM alt eataaesara diaeii, that it
as eeaaveeaary tu speak ef their carat ive properties ra
Beste. Tar iaeasaaats ef perMsaa was have beea
cared see) r tore te keai h by the aee of tee waters.
isattsaseai an ever ike co.nl rr. North aeal aeeth aa
are se assay 4ving artteaasra ef their virtues It will
a. r atei at t say, taey are caaaaer-d the a.t reatarx-
aal sw-iaaa aa lae weras, aad taetr waters hav eSted
sa re cans lees aev a leer taewe.
Mferetare thelc aHeeverytae threes a r Ttaeters has
aea-a ee great, tbet tee profit tr r aajaat Beeer aeeeeaase-
eaie teem, sets u u belaiieal Va be the meat prostatas aa
sn se the aaeet ewnttv a,alriiaat-elai aa the 9ean
Tuere aee via aaai'ii ' a aai sweaty aaeet or Isae ef
- Vret aeeltry. aa a aaaad tate ef raittea'lea. wHh
ar Bar-, a isna, tMaaea a art etaer valaeav lmprove-
A credit ef oee, two and teree a ears will be gleea. the
erraaeer arm eav wise eparere'i persist areeruy
mm I a rva a lae preperty mw it tee aaate n pass ar.
KrTJHAHB A. Btll.atT,
JAMBS J BAILHT,
VICTORIOUS OVER PAHT.
BRAGG'S ARCTIC VMffi.
4eMr or tiU-&Am er
W&llki life or dwtl.1 )Vm
aailsn er rejiatiea ef teaW see
ceae ay the suartyra a eateraal
daaaauaes aad awjerHaa. teaaisag re
eemai the ineeniemael ef ths eis
twaaaiaahid aeeam, the lase Dr.
KANE, aad aUiliie.IT tested dar
img tare aelavl Wieteea is ah se
si an i of eterBal are, M is saaw seaaa
fasg late general aae ia every see
tiaaaef taaeavWRd atsee. aaat Ma
marra Ions eaieee are eaarawtuiee
J exestJeat asteniahment.
HlTXWtM aad TMi8AXIe3
bar tested iu etrtaiee. and are
rejoicing ia iavedem frean laeg
noaraTieaT PA1K and I.!!,
which ether remedies had aukd
to cure. Hare tee the BRON
CHmrj, NEGRAUilA, RrtnlT-
WATtSM MlMMltU. E.IR-
1 ATHE or TOOTH-ACH K Are roe
BSswterl with OLD WKiiS .-r
Iferieg frets BatntES, IrPRAtKS,
THE ARCTIC LLVKiIEST
ill aSerd yea iawtaat leaef.
isrjbodyia liaWe t
mm AMD SOALPS.
'or iseee aieaaret aceteeafs aae
I ' ', .XKVC IXMHKNT siveeat be
r-i 0'l7 rtA eat kaed Bu- It mum
ano. lie mi ease ie reeet, eecea sar
iog troaa death Every sSaaas
boat aad rajareed. train shield
keep It. Wtuj tkat baa heani She
.1 . shrieks of aawuatk ottered be as
(t 'WTCL&rirs aeahJed aad maJmed vietsaea ef
mrmt ei,WB.aad coeawisneeeeae
aT A TaWfe feel that ieoe aaaas of rteatwiae?
Ss rga their torture abemM aWays be
eV balaaypamceotrateasg aaeet. Bia
THE MOTHERS' COMPANION.
It cares CAKFS Ef TH"
BREAST, SORK NirPLES.
KiRE IJW, IIMniS, Ae- Lv
diea wa rma a pore sAsa,
toad ef samptH, VMcAea. seerf
aad ail daradawataoas aad el
ereaeeocea, seaaakt attaek
thew lieaeeiaars ea beaaty a
domain aa Jhw aaxear
with the AWTICTJNIafltNT.
It is eteeeVnt r the Bair,
giTtor it a healtbj, pVf a p
GOOD FOR MATT AND BEAST.
It la a sovereign remedy r
the tarioes eaaeaaea wttfe
keh awraes are aaateted, ear
hag the aet alartiaitireaeesef'
BOTnaH, SPRAINS, STRING
HALT, WOCX1W. SCRATCH
US. SWBBNY. SPATIN, MSti
BONE, BrS-HBAD, POLL
EVtL, Ae. No farmer. Beery
aaaUe keeper, or any lesson
ewaeac tehaaele HORSES,
seeekl be wtiaoat tma valaa
For sale r afl re-peetaWe lorU and Pealera.
Prices ef the Ilwirrif at, 3 cents, M cents aad SI a bot
tle A ooe-doBar aettle ceataiaa aa maeh Liasmeataa
eight tveMy-lre-eeac beteles.
Krrrr perehxaer of i aMttr hettle ef the AlutTKLPt
WEXT reeeites. at Dr. Brarsfa expense, the VXTTW
STATES JOCRNAL, of New teak, for eee year. The
Journal Is a large iB tinted psper each aMseber cea
taiBiserixteea pages, hraattfany priate oa i esear watte
Cper, aaat SBed with orieinal matter nwes emt teat
at writers of the eoaatry Certiaaat. of saaeerrstasa
aadfaB iNsrtieelars ef tee novel and psaaeatkrepie r
tartiVe, of wUeii Una oafar isanBl a part, n aeeompaay
Aa AGENT WANTED in EVERT TOWN and YT7XASH
IIRAGO alk BUrmOttTSt.IoiSjMo.
New You Otvsrx, No. XTl BROADWAT.
Coinmualcat4eas should always be addressed to SL Louis.
WARD AJONBS. G C HARBIN A f.. S MANS
FIELD A CO . H. F FARNSWORTH AC0..K. 3. LAN-
pniER, Ageets. Memphis, Tena.
O. O. WOODMAN, J. WRIGHT A. CO., Agrnla New
Adrertised to be Sold to Fay Charges.
ON THB 1ST OF JANsTART.
IF not called for, the following articles sn oar wharf
beat: I box marked a. s. Brown, O enters vile, Ala.
1 a.e (no mark) Cation Tarn.
It bundle Gotten bale Irea Be, msrted D. L. D.
1 hag Buckwheat, aemark.
1 large box J. Stewart -A Co., Natch, Mhta.
1 box R. Burnett A 6o , Natchrx Miss.
1 box Merchandise. Reynolds k. Rynoa, care st P. M.,
1 Cheat, vo mark.
1 dark Trunk, marked Daa Hays.
I Ta'lar, light color, ne mark,
t Carpet Sack, marked R. Lewis.
1 Bed Truak, marked 3lU Langsure.
1 Trank, no mark.
1 Black wooden Truck, marked Kihetratv.
z Carpet Bags, no mark.
1 pair Sadtara Bags, no maik.
1 Black Trunk, no mark.
1 Carpet SaA, bo mark.
I Carpet Bag, marked Mr. Cryer.
I Trunk, marked B. H. O.
1 Carpet Sack, bo mark.
1 Trunk, marked L- Lawrence 1 X, fati.
I Trunk, no mark T V
1 Carpet Bag. marked TtvH Greer.
1 Carjet Bag, marked Mr. Centre.
dcc-lm DCTAL. AL3ZO fc CO.i,Fropr'ors.
A TEW morftantlciaaa ean b te mBoii,ra with
board, by early aeBatiot, cn o-eeed reet. le
tareen Mataon and MoTtfoa. L K CRZIN..
MEMPHIS AND NAPOLSON Pi 7&ST,
DANIEL BOOKS:.. A. S. HtXOOCE. Mettav.
W P MljrTASVC aTMik.
rp II IS das passenger aad frHhtpeket
A win learwae aooteon rnun-tttil.
the Mia last., at 4 o'clock r
wM eeaMnae to run rexularlr. Haarsie1
beea boaakt expressly fer te. aheie trade, wait 1- are
Memphis very Msvday at H ealack. aaat Tees ae i
tsycaeck r yt Betaiaiag. wiH leave Nipetaaa .verv
TadsyaalFridarat4aeio(k, p. at AUanybststaaiw
itrietly attended to. WW. BOOTS & CO .
For Bi? Hatcltle River.
(Oa the first ilse of th riwar )
JOAN OF ARC -JnO. TrEAR'
rpBIS flpe steamer arW aaake rear- "a Kec
A taiae Between jsemseiis aae sr
aemmeaeeag en tea fleet st- - -ilrs,
andesritaaulax ikronxbear ..- aVe rrerr.
-R FRIDAT avTONTJISA PAtTCsTr.
Loas-Pressare Okie Ml -
aa laeaae. a-VT.' jT I Beata
AUo. asake a-, M,
laamu. atsaisa taaata estr.
tba so aha.
.a w-i. , !. e-: -wr
asi t -
. Far sat
eaui vseujajas) a, lknr
RRTnov- "C PMkct.
8,Lr- Jmu, MtMtU,,
sVAT. at t met aa e-reer r.avww
Meraaea - -aw p m .saaarrlv leaTtae .
yr ' -an uatanes-ra lUlleea I
.rriget r paa.ae, aare ml Naaeat era,
w. W. lleaBMACO .
Me HJreatBjsja. BBMaaea
Parataaiar aMesetea gtee. u, fseaaat
aev n sasei "aaaa..
Eegular Thursday PtMAtjt.
BAXIROAD ItlQRTXIXG IbTKM
T -,' l"'" . fas ren.m jPsBsliuai.
T-TTReVSAT fer tae .bee at aaa L esJaWaBBBaV
leaaaje. attsAdeakr w SaecBElMeaTasl
...... B ro
rare a Mekasae.
Fare to Oileaaeai.
Fare U Oaae-.
Pare tost. Leaaes .
Fa.r rrataat er aassaas aeaiTta"
ATI. WfLUAJeta A Cat ,
LAVALL-rra; itSmt a"S-."
1S57. RKte ULAR i5S.
F. S. 3IAIL LIGnTXISfi LI.YB STEA3IKR
t T ;"-. aLUfAT. Oerk.
L'jV""!" every Maaaeep, u ,
' "oameaJertBei li
evewtog traiea, sad arriee. at Cease as If
fT oeeeeetwltt tsate Ur the Nera.
Learee Calr. , LawaaU. eeeev THai
Le.v s Loearew. r XeaTeTprsW
We-, Calr. fee Mel, -ttUt
etST.elsT Xertaeea-r. aaMl .
Trf7il atT.r, fT- " trwveui,,
vj; tj, JZ, Z??SZZzzy 41
L. TALLJeTTB, letlBLltT A CO..
Xcmphls it aY. Oileans Rfaiar Pacfeet
BatOABWBLl, Meaeev. J. rOeaTtTL CV-,
VV ZT '''i s-wHtaeoarees,
Y MsBiphSs aed NW llitm, eaaaa- ,
I tee 1
7 say, wit leave Msetsjhll, SAPaTBBAT, Baasawaer
m m ae
Water ami ta eseeesaaw aeteat s a. aa.
aet at MemeN, wwAee.gjper Mts at. .arat eVaa.Carss.
rertand aed Watee Rraer Paea-a.. aaa eth ska, arTaasMi
Fer fretget r paaw, aa-a aaaaed ar aa
LATALLBTrR SBJIUKT A X
W. W. HODGE & CO.,
ITo. 5." Front Raw.
"t-m MBMPsTIS. TWfN
STEAMBOAT AXD KAIIaKOAD
OFFirz AT ALLEN X M'BONALBa.
No. 37 Freat Raw,
X3T Prcrr eeteasiee peel le reoatr . .
aarti- a 'art, ea aaaeeaiactaag aeB. JaaS
R. T. REDMAN,
FOR THE NErORU!A?rJ AND CAIRO
River Mail Packet CemtHtn)-,
G1XERAL FKBiGHT ACIsaT,
No. 511 FRONT ROW,
X It eoer te W. B. Blchitsnsl A Co. 'a eaSee
ef a Ltoeas liaae i
TO BS TUB
WR-VWB, ia, '6!
-TeilLBA A PSA
BINS abet their
ASS ArrLICABLX TO tee
tCjeWlSAVCB aa klsaaty ee-
The easy Medal awarded be tka Jure at- aw saw TWfr
Rxateetlea for Feretga Sauces, waa eatataaal bp LAVA Sa
PERRINS fer their WOaM'irertlBSailBA SAaRBat, the
wwiMwMefaateet -lii-h Itsrlnr l i In aeaeiraae sums
laeaa, po relators are aaurieetlT rxiaiitiS teaee saaat tte
aasae ef -LB A A PBRRINS" are tstpiiienal aaaaa tee
Bote aw Stepper, aad printed aaeet the lattaae,
Soto WTweesateAerats far tba Vmilmi Btaaae
JMR MrKaH k FM,
, taM BBetABWAT. N. V
A stock always ' sese. Aaat, eadais leesava ass 01-
reea saapmeat r a aoaglanal.
Sl.OOO.OflO te He Given Aivr.
NAVV YARD GROUND
TBI p-aeeVy kaewn . ibe BlalPMa NAFT TMI
wtB he taeeed ai P-Nlc Aactlee, aar TatKy Tears
at IBo'cloek, a. St.. ea the gteeees, ass
Tuefdar, '2'Jd ef Dccmayr.
The Aren aee dir 'led tel. Late te sees
Al e oe WBBXrsDAT. ML aU the s as ash.
aste pre rty se tee yard, wsU Iwseat e Ma
pax, weasel ma. raea ai i s
f WILL (tee Hfteral wears le sa a
isx jaee, t seat laawaateaetv. or the Let Aaawaan.
f pr ferae e, I will taapfey new for a Raw waste ewaiv.
Apsay to at era axratloa, Melsaelit A Oe
eee'Q-'w x M. TajaaaaeAJaw.
Must be 80I1L
V"lT wlasaw t aarrreeev anvaajcfc aad eaaaas.ee ahe
Al aed tiaae. we bare deteratleeal laet sate aawa er
ay awaeeat iM-xeki to . It swat, a srtsi teeaW
ihe times, aeatataaatg y. fraea sal tiawe we , aar tear east re
ock of Bee aad faaaeiiaahh) ready made l"aiTlg. n r
JiiBac z aat, teat traek. at aeek a neaniaae ofasmoe
Mwititaaaawteaaraale. JOiKHOV ,t Atasr,
oct3!-aHaa Ne. 3 Clart't MasM Baser.
r. a. co tela so. c w. rrioetM. a. w. CAtanrsiu..
COPELANI), EDMONDS If CO.,
Dealers la Fa
Liquors A Ofgsrs J
atyg-Wyts let). II PROMT BaBer. MMtge8,
Are prsmptly Beg t ay
Mo GOWN'S 5SS. TAX, -
JXJjao X31ort3o eaf Xaxa x
re BP AX BO aad set ay H. 8. IIBalaVl. Bva at t,
Sisa ef Neeveaad Mortar. Ne. MX Maan-aa.. Aa a.
Phb-i sera e
THB partrrrihp are o-orw exuwtBsT hiaieat li I. St
JFFREAS aad W. H BROW. a taa. aee dt -
oarew er meawst eaa isns. J iwt as.
eepeetiMe for a'l deata eon rate . in "I
3a Saett, aaat Bruwa A J 7 a areS t .
tee sa d 8 met srspariMa. WAT. autraapst.
J AS 9. JIFVwjIsaai.
Iev a reftWA TVeVar. enatr afl . Awli
TO BE ilAB AT T81 FRMtt79C
mmi m saddlery
m ilAlN-ST;, OPP. COURT SYBASE.
WE are bow ateartreeturawf
anal keep e-a-lu.ly ,a
band the larar aed He
sorted sleek aal all coeds la oar
BBwerereecr-d ht Meaaphr..
Ahrt, GIN BANtaS of .rery
OVaeriptiea. te a 1 ef wtalrh aro
levate tee alt. of toe purbi
sera, as we raa aed wiB It lor
eaah or area-pt pay se e ee as
aee curcpest, aa' gearaBiae wt-
tare aasfaSaealAia wt'
prempity tsaeiMM se aee
JaaoiATh 1m- Tona,.
TV BALER ta Ale, Porter, Otewr aBd Wtaea oialtBads,
te the Oalted State. Fer !, vyrait ay
a i.ua ni. r'r-taww rw aar 1
wti-eo bee b- as city of 5
with he aaanBSw I hav- BisJ
llilm, .. llaea xaeweeers am
aaeet nh ill ussas