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TIT-F1. MEMPHIS DAILYAPPEAL-TI-1 U RSI )AY, J ANUA.EY31, 1867.
fiee !fo. 13 Madison Street.
lOlVTY tOt'RT MATTERS.
JAKt'AKT 3L, I7
Jail Affairs, Paupers, Etc.
GAYOSO bAVISS INSTITCT10N,
Banking House No. 19 Madison St.
Till Institution, organised In US, k been
In continuous and euooessful operation for the
past ten yean, oonlinu Lo transact a
GENERAL E X C II AIT OB AND
Will Heeelve Deposits, Bar and Hell
Foreign A Domestic Exchange,
Uold, miser and raearrait Money.
sri,!,s Exchange In nnu to salt parchaeera,
on London snd all leading cities of the United
Btale, and Till make oolleetloaa on all aooeaal
hle plaeea In the Sot-th and West.
B. H. iTkKT, Cashier.
JOHN C LASIIR, President.
CLOMrlU OF THK MAI LA.
Via WA a R- K.. Washington, i . m -
Bond. Va., Columbus .. Aijriutta. Ua, M"; - .
hH AU...nd all liona o tf.AC. B. K, ijjje f0COedln?S Of aC&tlTUa.
11 D al It . n
nim cu. r--
Mobile Ohio K. R-alOpm.
Via Mia-. 4 Tenn. R. R.. New Orleans. U,
Jarkron Miss, Viegsijunr. Mis., and alt sta
tions on Mi Tenn. R. P.., at 3 p. m.
Southern R R- at S p.m.
3 p. in.
Cairo. TlL,7-iicsgo. III.. BL Louis. Ma, and all
we-" u sttlaa at S p. m.
' At e Rock R- Ki anJ " Landings on White
Riv.r semi-weealy. Tuesdays and Saturdays
Pine Bluff Ark-, aud Landings on Arkansas
River, semi-weekly, Tueadaysand Friday.
Miss. River from Memphis to Cairo Ave timer
A light bar HORSE, swob ull, high beaded,
heavy maue, one hind foot, last trotter, arid
about nine years old. An one returning Hie
hove flora, to Korresl'w S'shlp,
street, will be liberally rewarded.
on A iaaui
A stolen from the aubscrl her, en the corner of
day and Lai lose, on Sunday night. WW
Inst, one Rrown'Horw M CLE about fifteen
hands Ms, eight years old. with U. s. on left
shoulder, shod sll a ound. Any person rem rn
tng the same at IV. Ileal street. wll lreealw are
ward oftM L)antf J. SThPHLfsS.
ULE BROKE LOOSE
from So 36 Madison street, on eneu:iy
evening i.ne sorrel Ml L.C, l or B years ..in.
medium slae . ith saddle and harness marks,
ah d all aro nd and had on an old bridle. A
Mkers! n-ward will be paid on delivery ot said
mole at No. M Madison street. deel u
Two pleasant Front Rooms, with Board, ean
be obtained In a private rrmlly ; a so, uey
Boarders wanted at So t Linden street.
Terms moderate, and convenient t the Main
street cars. J5i? tw!
VUAKD AN1) LODOINO
front Rooms for gentleman and wife also,
good acconiinodatlons bbt single gentlemen . by
ear.v epplieatlon at im Msoison St. Jrtl Im
O AUDI N
Severs! very desirable rooms nannaonici
famished, for fans lies or single genueinen. can
i...i with ti.ti.nl. on rt.sonat.e teruis. at asl
4 K T E D
A et.mnetrj:-. "rgsnls- J1M a Jliuat on lit
tilt of the Frot.-siartt Churches. Kesl ot ret
............ ,.t, s:.d cnraoter slven tor
further particulars Inquire of K. Kaienbch
r.1 in s:reei. .
nil inldsamiiir.-. a situation as teacurr in a
private famny, l.v a lady wLi has had twenty
fears eiprrieure' and has presided over some
at the first Institutions in the south. In Rlch
u ond. , and t lsewbere. Hhe can teach
Knalc on Fiano and Guitar, Latin and Mathe
u alios Krench and Oerman. spoken and wrlt
tan. and English branches as taught m schools
of the htghesl order, salary le.s an object
than a comfortable home, une within eay
rea h of Memphis or !e: red. Amplest testimo
nials xiven Addrrs'lr B H. FORD, or Dr. A.
A. BI'RLESO.s, So 31, Front street, Memphis.
To the "Crescent ratmly Hewing
ehlne." the best low pried Machine made.
Please send lor ciiculars and obtain foil par
Uea.ara. Addreaa, CHAR F. H ASTY.
v. 5 Hecontl street ,
uS-8mS-JnQ MempUla, Tenu.
bonk- in the eveniug. vfald Kk
By a com
a very retwonitbte conipcasation.
7 watTnirr"" sir?i.
irANTKP -ARfDin 100 to 2rf per
f f MMK Agenl wanted eTerjwhere to
aDTa- for the only ger uid "New Improve
Common Kcdm Family Hewing Machine.
Prl,eJO. Warranted three year. Vom rr
feet work and ia the greatent invention of the
e. For :r.- Is agnla and circclaia. addri-tw
aa at Kntnklin, Ky.
B. M. Tu LIVER 0VO . ManofArturer,,
and tienerai Ageata for the isonth.
pot; I w.-A-S-nw
OnelS-Horee Power Ei.gliif and Boiler oom-
pleu- and nearly new.
urn a mlix.
JH Main street.
A fine stock of Harness. Saddlery and Harness
Hardware, Fixtures, Tools, and evety requisite
in a tirst-elawestab.lsliment. sold only bee . use
doiaeatle circuniM ancf s r. quire a change of e. s-'..--
If applied forsoou, the stand, which Is
very fkvorably located, r in be rented for a
.ougerumetnan (g- gtt "
oo4 if Vo. 171 Main, near Poplar s reet.
A Store House. Ifo. . SortL Ct tlrt streeL In
sriKQU'in'Ol the present oocupauU romov
,ut to a Israel house, the above place is lor
tent. Inquire on the premises.
kj O T
' inere will be no bills paid by the steamer
HE VlCRSoN unl ordered by the lapiaia
h"lrUn and A valsnclie copy.
To tbe Patrons of the Appeal.
Yon are requeetd not to pay any car
rier without a certificate from me, aud
to report at the counting desk any ir
regularity in camera. L Davieb.
Carpets, wall paiwr and curtains, at
J. Griesbaber'a. 375 Main street. ja24-lm
Jewelry Htore for Sale A good
chance offered to buy an old and well es
tablished business " stand ; " none better
in the city. Apply at 217 Main street,
under Woraham house. de20 tf
Dr. Petit, French physician, makes
chronic diseases a speciality and guaran
tees cure after examination. Medicine
furnished gratis. Office 57J Jefferson
street. jn25 Sm
Planters, what do you want? Plows,
scrapers, etc. Treat & Hamilton, Mem
Look to Yocr Feet. We call the
attention of all who are bothered with
corns aud other ills to which the feei are
heir to, to the card of Dr. Murphy in
Disnsoi ishei. Arrival. General
Beauregard arrived in thi- city per Mis
katapi and Teuneeseo railroad last
night. The old hero looks hale and
hearty Ing may he live. The general
is stopping at the Overton.
Police Hi. sikeas Yesterday was a
light diV in the Memphis police world,
only thi'rtv-three cases in all being up,
fAr trial siul n "Tester fart of the lines
ggsewHed was paid over, SH lieing taxed
and $1 paid.
TsvTEit uv Time. For throat disease?,
colds and coughs, Brown's Bronchial
Troches have proved their efficacy by a
test of many years. The good effects re
sulting from the use of the Troches have
brought out many worthless imitation-.
Obtain only Brown's Bronchial Troches.
Horse Thjkvf-s Aoais. Two very
valuable horses, the property of Mr.
Oscar Hyatt, were stolen from the vicin
ity of the race track, for which a liberal
reward is offered. .See advertisement in
Recovered. The horse stolen from
Ed. Doutsz a few days since was recov
ered yesterday moruing, at the place of
a negro, about six miles from the city on
the Hernando road. No arrests were
made, the negro stating that he was left
there by some parties unknown.
Alarm. The engines were called out
yesterday moruing about ten o'clock,
but fortunately were not required. The
alarm was caused by fire being discov
ered in a frame houne occupied by Mrs.
Creightou, at Xo. 15 Front row. The
roof was slightly damaged only. The
fire was extinctiiihed by the neighbors.
A defective Hue was the cause.
Dr. Ml'Ri'HY's rooms were visited by
quite a number of patients on yesterday,
all of whom sj-cak in the highest terms
of his skill in removing corns without
From Major J. J. Murihy, hauler,
ilttuphit. Dr. Murphy has operated on
my feet, extracting several corus which
had given me great pain. 1 cheerfully
bear testimony to his skill iu removing
corns without pain. J.J. Mfrphy.
Memphis. January 28, lsi?7.
Wood Thief. A negro of the dark-
colored peruana) on, named 4fja Baflron,
WMjMt im jail yesterday charged with
stealing a half a cord of wood, the prop
erty of a dark-skinned individual named
Lewis Johnson, who lives near the i
lr-land at the junction of Wolf river. If j
.Tim would'nt take a red-hot stove, he !
wanted something to heat up with.
Left for Holly Sprisos. Our old j
and well known fellow citizeu, John B.
Botto, Bat- has gone to Holiy Springs,
where he intends to go into husiuess.
He is one of our solid men, and we re
commend him to our friends In that city
as a whole souled and social gentleman,
and one who thoroughly understands
any business he undertakes.
Pi.astek-, have you been to Treat A
BjgflaORi A Lodoer. One Ptfe Rog
ers, an inuocent negro from the couutry,
engaged lodgings at the "shebang" of
Lllen Dixon, on Rotten row, on Tuesday
night. When he woke up yesterdsy
morning he found himself minus of
thirty-two dollars iu greenbacks. He
gave informalion to the police, who ar
rested Kllen. She forked over the
stamps, autl Justice Moore committed
her to Jail to await the sitting of the
1st u L., w
-Tiber, one and a-huil nilte .orlh ot lite city,
n the slemphiH and.la t reek p road, one f
,1AT HOKsti.illti.' or ten years old. bta.4. ,Uimr
sal tall, one wnite foot just at leUock J-u!
aotd dent m foreheal just bolow left eje shod
all four feat- Also, a light sorrel guss
Mt'LF alwut lour years old, snon coupon
rump and hav
oask and top
and a little spo
tor return of . Iber anneal, and one Hundred
a.r ani.rehensioit or and pro-f to convi-t the
th e-. Janl Jw .
The county court met yesterday morn
inv. nuisnant to adjournment, Justice
Miller in the chair.
Alhoritev Oeneral Wallace moved that
ano a.t u.u". tte account of airs. r. r.rntatou, mow
of the late coroner, amounting to ao, oe
Justice Goodlett offered a resolution
empowering the court to appoint a com
mittee to investigate the account of Mr.
Cook, the architect of the new jail, and
settle with him.
Justice Creighton offered an amend
ment, that Mr. Cook be notified to give
a bond", and that the amount of his salary
be reported by tbe committee.
Justice Goodlett .accepted the amend
ment. . ..
Justice Creighton offered a resolution
to increase the salary of Judge Reeves
S1000 per annum, upon which some con
versation ensued, when the mover con
sented to accept an amendment reducing
the appropriation to foOO- Carried.
Juan- Leonard took the chair. Jus
tice Hall still insisted that the court had
no power to make such an appropriation-
. j i ..,
An amendment to 'Squire Goodlett s
motion was submitted by Squire treign
ton. that the architect, Mr. James B.
Cook, be notified to appear and give
bond with two good securities, fixing
his salary and specifying his duty.
Adouted and made instanter.
Gen. Wallace asked that an appro
priation be made for tbe board of a uum
b r of lunatics, as they will not ie re
ct -ived at Nashville unless an appropria
tion be made for the same. Adopted.
On motion, $200 was appropriated to
transport them to Nashville.
Justice Miller moved that five com
missioners he appointed to report the
cost of the construction of a bridge or
culvert over the bayou iu rear of; Fort
Pickering. , , ,
Justice Miller presented a memorial of
KdL Wiekersham, F.sq., asking the pay
ment of the rent of the apartment occu
pied by the criminal court.
Justice Creighton moved the payment
of the account, as the couuty had the use
of tiie proper y and should pay for it.
Several other small appropriations
were made remitting taxes, etc.
Mr. Cook, by his attorney, appeared
and declined to give the bond required
bv the court.
' Justice Creighton moved that Mr.
Cook be discharged and another person
appointed in his stead.
'justice Miller desired to coutinue the
- rrsOM of Mr. Cook, and hoped that
some amicable arrangement might be
come to in the matter.
By consent the consideration of ttie
appointment was deferred till after din-
Attorney-General Wallace moved an
approprlaHtn of as a remunera
tion for the services gHbe investigation
committee on jail affairs.
Justice Creighton moved to AH the
blank with twenty-five dollars per day
The bill of Reuben Dally for services
as phonographic reporter to the said in
vestigation committee amounting to
The account of D. Winters for esti
mates, etc. furnished same committee,
T. S. Ayres, Est)., appeared as attor
ney to pieseut a memorial from Amy
A Co., in refereucc to interest on county
Memphis aud Ohio railroad bonds held
by Amy A Co., of New York, amounting
to about $JS0,000, which had been dde fjr
years. The following was offered :
Ordered, that the legal amount due
that firm be included in the assessment
to be made for county purposes for the
Hon. Jud,e Leonard was in favor of
the passage of the order, as the money
was borrowed on the credit of the tuuty
aud in good faith, aud he kneW that
Shelby county would not refuse to pay
it" honest debts.
Some inquiries were then made by
bastfeM) after which the order was passed
almost, if not quite unanimously.
On motion, tbe court took a recess for
Judge Leonard presiding. The ac
count of Koyster, Trezevant A Co., for
two tables, $15, was allowed.
Justice Creighton, from the special
committee to ascertain the amount of
work done on the bridge, at Brinkly
avenue, reeommende I that an appropria
tion of Jl:t7 be made in favor of W. C.
A communication from Judge Ionard
was read, stating that there were twenty
two paupers at Fort Pickering.
Justice Creighton moved that they be
turned over to the poorhouse commis
A good deal of conversation took place,
'Squire Walker said that he had made
a motion to lay tb communication on
the table. The judge decided against
him, when he took an appeal from the
decision of the chair. Apical sustained.
Justice Cr ightou submitted a report
from the special committee appointed to
investigate the accounts of Owen Smith,
for burving paupers, amounting to $!'.
Justice Walker stated that the paupers
spoken of in tli judge's communication
were once sent to Raleigh and would not
Ue received there.
The judge stated that the twenty-one
paupers si nt out there were fit subjects
Personal We had the pleasuie ys- Tor tne poorhouse.
terdav of meeting with W. H. Morris, ' Justice Blakely desired that the Judge
K-q "of the City Bank of Cairo, who is : should furnish a list of the paupers
:ilso the chief insurance agent of thst i spoken of, stating the length of time
city. He is here on a sliort ttusiness ttiese ieis)ii imi icm .u "- -' "":-'
Weslhrr and BnslueM.
The weather yesterday was pleasant
and warm. Should i continue for a few
daystho ice will disappear in tbe rivers
above as it has at thin point.
Business upon the landing was dull.
At Louisville the canal ia frozen over
aLd the Ohio is full c f ice. The gorges
between Cairo and rit. Louis yet exist.
There is no ice In the river at the latter
Tbe river is falling fast at this
point. Our di'patcheB from above show
the stages of the Ohio and Mississippi
both at rit. Louis and Louisville.
Steamer Henry Amen, Louisville.
" Wild Wagoner, Louisville.
" Indiana, New Orleans.
" Louisville, New Orleans.
. " Ida, Cairo.
Steamer Henrv Ames. New Orleans.
Ida, New Orleans.
" Mercury, White river.
" G. W. Graham, Ht. Louis.
" Gleaner, Arkansas river.
" Wild Wagoaer, Louisville.
W. B. Dantw, Ht. Iouis.
" Indiana, Louisville.
Koala in Port.
W. B. Dance.
Capt. Steve Wiikine, our wharfmaster,
received a letter from the interior of this
state, making inquiries about Mr. Nich
olas Henderson, whr , when last heard
from in 18t2, was a mate on tlie river.
Any information concerning him will be
received by Mr. Willtlns ami communi
cated to the brother of Mr. H, who lives
fat Franklin, Tenn.
W The Yankee passed up yesterday with
several barges in tow.
The W B Dance arrived from St.
Louis with a good freight trip.
The Wild Wagoner passed down last
The Indiana passed up from New Or
leans. The Louisville, with a large lot of su
gar and molasses for Louisville, came in
from below last night.
Why is a washerwoman like Saturday "
Because she brings in the i close; of the
Few young girls are so inconsolable
that their hearts can't lie kept afloat by
a i boy buoy!
Six men attempted to cross the Mis
souri river in a skiff at St. Charles, on
Friday morning last. The ferryboats
could not run on account of the ice. Per
sons ou the bank tried to dissuade the
men from the attempt, hut they were ob
stinate. Their skill' was crushed by the
ice and all six were drowned.
The Louisville Vovrier of Monday says :
We learn that the steamer Wm. White
exploded her boilers last Tuesday night
OFFICE OF THK DAILY APPEAL. I
Memphis, Jaounry on, lsti7. t
Gold has advanced slightly in New
York, and brokers Were bought during
the day at .'13 to 33c. But few large sales
have been reported for several days.
There is very little silver offered at the
counter for sale. Buying at Jl to 35c,
and selling at 27 to 30c.
City scrip has declined to 70c buying,
and selling at 73 to 75c.
The market is well supplied with ex
change. Our banks buy at 1 to J off, and j
sen at par to i ou.
County warrants are firm at 93 to 96c
Uncurrent money is unchanged.
There is a fair demand by brokers for
Tennessee money at our quotations.
Iianks of other states are declining
Hon six hundred and sixty-nine thou
sand bales at which ratio of increase
of the crop of last year (ISM) sbonld
have been seven million of bales, instead
of a million aud a half of hales.
In further explanation of the above we
will add that 420,000 bales of cotton
reached our ports from the close of the
war, May 4, 19o5, to September 1, 1865
making the amount received at those
ports to September 1, 1S6, 2,571,913;
from which deduct the 120,1)00 bales re
ceived up to September 1, i-T, and we
have 2,151,000 bales for the crop of 1865.
From all wo could learn from the pa
pers and from otuer sources there was a
much larger area of land in cultivation
in cotton in 1866 than in 1865. The great
falling off in production can be attributed
only in part to tbe unpropitious season.
It can be fully explained only by the
Bank of Chat- rttPidly lD"ea8lD Inefficiency of the
riankot "yh-y Thy uii"1 work nearly so
tanooga, 15; .J2kT wall the second year after toe emaneipa-
85SLi 2ttTLttX$. 1 counterpart ot the history of negro free-
IB: Merchant' Bank, 75: Ocoee, 20;
ad collar marka on
i-d mane and tall,
uer right ear. ahod
ty uoaiaxa 1-.,.
j 1 1 11 N . WALKER-
aiwUtippi fotlon Plantation for Salr
(.ONTA IS0r8 W acrea.entlre section under
fen. high Mate nf cultivation, good
frame dwelling house with five rooms, glu
n.Tuae all nece.y oot b"use. orehatd. etc ,
all in' good oid-r. plenty ol goo.1 water, goo.i
team "alder, hav, oats, com, kll'lng hogs,
.TJs' .r everv kind usually found on a farm.
utensils of all kinds
oiete 1 1 carry on a w
arm l.r sale.
A argenumo-ror toe n:ma sws,t r
wll remain, tftieaired. In a good heallhi- Iocs;
lion convenient to church and ch' ol and
verr convenient lo Ihe railroad -about Ihlitj
flve miles rrom theelly. rallies calling soon
maks lloeisl and easy ter jta ror further
t?forano:. call OB JKfFREsS, KLACKWhl.L
Iv co No Si Main street. Memphis, Tenn.
This larm is offered for thirty days, a the party
iow on It will keep everything In good order,
and gel -anas to work the place, and will de
...n-ihina over to tbe purclisser, and
. i ntaoK. prT
DIXON It PERCY.
Attorneys at law. oreenviiie Miss.
W ill practice In the Ccmrt of runlra.
f-ohoma, Holirar, Washiugvon and lsau,uennn
..unties. Amtia ly
visit. Mr. Morris is one ol '.tie most in
telligent and enterprising gentlemen of
the 'apital of Figypt, and has by hiscour
tesy ano kindness to all, drawn around
himself a circle of friends aud acquain
tances that any mat. might feel proud of.
Harness. It seems that sou, white
men have a weakness for harness.
Boyd is one of this fraternity, having
apuropriated one aett of buggy harness,
two collars and a pair of bridles, the
proerty of Mr. Rollins, of Chelsea, who
sought the interference of the law in his
lhalf by applying to Mr. Justice Creigh
ton, who issued.his warranLand had Joe
incarcerated. His case win be iuqtiired
into to-day, and no doubt full justice
The judge stated that he would furnish
the names to Justice Mercer this day,
which settled that matter.
Attorney-General Wallace stated that
Mr. Co ok was in court by his attorney
ti. P. Koute, who stated that Mr. Cook,
the architect of the new jail, was willing
to enter into the necessary bouds for the
faithful performance of his duty, the
ompeiisation to be fixed by the com
missioners, and he to execute a contract
to perform the work for the specified
ajjni of $600.
An attlcg was made to that effect, the
salary to be paid quarterly.
Ou motion, the court adjourned till
the first Monday in April.
iu Green river, bv which Capt. AL Brink
water and tm engireer were killed No
further particulars given. The explo
sion was heard in Oweusboro. The m.
White was owned and built at L'vaus- j
ville- a stern wheel uraft aud was plying
tbe Rvansville and Green river trade.
The western and southern engineers' j
benevolent association in Louisville, at
their last meeting adopted the following, j
in reference to new inventions, improve
ments, etc. :
Jlcsoied, That the public be notified I
thrcugh the pres tiiat the W. A H. En- j
gineers' association have a committee,
whose duty it is to examiue all of the
new Inventions and patents brought be- j
fore them, and report their qualifications
and merits to the association for their j
We, a a commi'.tee, solicit patentees
or others having models, drafts, or chas
ing lines of new inventions of machinery
to send them before us for consideration,
aud if found worthy of merit in the opin
ion of tbe association, will recommend
the same to the public.
j. r.. curry. "
K J CANKIKLL. -Committee.
W. T. EVANS, J
The following decision which will in
terest steamboutmen, we take from the
New Orleans tVcsctnf of Sunday: The
case of T. C. Mohan vs. steamer Olive
Branch, reached conclusion In the third
district court yesterday, the verdict be
ing in favor of the defendant. The case
was tried two years ago, was decided in
favor of defendants, appealed to supreme
court, who rematded it for another trial,
which occurred to-day before a jury.
Plaintiff sues defendant for $327 damages
to forty barrels of apples shipped on
board the Olive Branch at St. I,ouis, Mo.
The defense was that thedefeudents wi re
not resnonsible for the damage that oc-
Bank of Shelby ville, 80 J Traders' Bank,
50 ; Southern, 20.
Bonds. 8tate of Tennessee 6's, long
loan, 92c ; Memphis city bonds, witn
coupons for lt6l,70c; Interest ooupons,
lie ; Memphis and Charleston railroad j
bonds, 75c ; Mobile and Ohio railroad
bonds, ; Mississippi and Tennessee
railroad bonds. 60c.
Government 20's are now quoted offi
cially for the first time on tbe Paris
bourse. Heretofore tbe French market .
has been cled to legal transactions in
American securities, and our miui-ter i
and citizens have applied in vain to M.
Fould to authorize their introduciiou.
It is said the bouse of Van den Brock,
which is largely engaged in Amtrricau
bunking, has been successful in accom
plishing this really important result.
It would seem from recent indications
that the friends of the proposition pow
before congress lo retire tue national
bank notes by redeeming them iu legal
tender notes at the l.'uiied States treas
ury, will not be permitted to have every
thing their own way. The friends of the
oauks are beginning to show fight. Tbe
Ptiiladelpbia Xorth American i radical'
concludes a disoussiou of the subject un
In the meantime let us regard as ene
mies to the prosperity of the republic all
who would destroy the national banking
system, no matter by what means they
propose to do it.
Again, a correspondent of the Phila
delphia Age, on tbe earue subject, thus
discourses in opposition to the radical
It seems impossible that one fatal ob
jection to this scheme can have been
considered by its friends.
It lies hre ; When the $300,000,0110 of
new legal-tenders shall bave performed
their work of abolishing the same i
amount of national bank currency, by
whom and how are they to be redeemed '.' j
By the United States, of course, which
Will thus have $u80,0ut),000 of paper to 1
redeem or fund, when we are now told
that two or three years more are too
gfcdrt a time to effect the redemption or j
funding of the $3811,000,000 now in circu- I
lation. When could we hope for specie !
payments aud a return to sound business
tf the new amount be thus superadded ? ,
But this is only a minor difficulty to
be seen in contemplating the case from
this point of view. The grand, and as it
seems to us, iusuperable objection i
brought to light by the question, " What
is to form acircufatiug medium for the
after the redemption
use of the Deonle.
.- H . . 1 ...,.ll,wl-.-rf ul.ull
h. ."3. n a. " SoV: TheVe 1 i -nd 141 to lb iu kegs.
man iu the country who contemplates
permanent use of an unconstitutional
paper money emitted as legal-tenders by
the general government.
The state bank currency is redeemed,
and cannot be reissued. The national
I 1. ... : 1 1 ki 1, 0l uK.
sorbed by the new " legal-tenders. The I LW-vt There a. i .
.1.1 :i,.i... .;n .,,, ,imi 1 MAL KhI.KL There is only a
.0. ... ! atocif tin hanil
dom in the West Indies.
APPLES The stock is falling off.
Good winter are becoming scarce, and
prices are firm at $5 to $6. Common sell
at $3 to $5 per barrel. Receipts, none.
BRAN The receipts have been very
light for some time back. Prices are not
quotable Receipts, 225 sacks.
BUTTER Choice fiuds ready sale, as
the market is not well stocked. Roll and
tub, 35 to 37c. For common there is but
light demand selling at 25 to 30e. Re
ceipts, 21 tubs and e7 kegs.
BAGGING The stock on band Is not
very large and the demand is light.
Prices are weak at 25 to 30c for both
Kentucky and India. Receipts, none.
CORN Receipts are becoming lighter,
and prices are firm at $1 to$l 05 on
levee ; f om store at from 2 to ic per
bushel higher. Receipts, 1824 sacks,
COFFEE There is a good demand
forr.li kinds, and prices are steady. Rio,
27 to .Srje ; Lauagi'a, 35 to 38c ; Java, 43
to 45'!. Receipts, none.
CHEESETne demand continues good,
with fair receipts. English dairy, 20 to
B( ; factory, IS to 19c ; western reserve,
16 to 17c. Receipt, none.
CORNMEAL A good demand exists
for fresh ground, and prices are firm.
Sales on levee at $5 25 lo $5 50 ; from
store, $5 50 to $6. There is no quotable
difference between fresh ground and kiln
dried. Receipts, 830 bbls.
EGGS Receipts coutinue light with a
good demand, aud prices firm. Fresh
packed tfi to J7 Jc. Receipts, 3 packages.
FLOUR Tbe market is well supplied.
There is a good local demand fur Be
brands, with fair shipping trade doinn
commoner grades. Prices are weak and
hard to quote accurately. Common, $7
toSb; superfine, il'J to $11; X, $11 to
12 50; XX, XXX, aud all fancy brands
from $13 to $17 per barrel. Receipts,
GAME Wild rue of all kinds are
quite plentiful, and prices Vary daily.
Bear meat, 18 to 0c ; venisou, 10c;
wild turkies, each, $1 to $1 50 ; ducks, $2
per doxen; prairie chickens, $5 per
doF.en ; squirrels, i per dozen ; quails,
$2 per dozen ; wild geese, $9 per dozen ;
rabbits, $3 per dozen.
HAY There is a fair local demand for
prime, which sells on levee at $40 to $45 ;
common, $35 to $37. Receipts, none.
HIDES There is a good demand at
7 to 8ff for green ; green salted, 84 to 9c ;
Hint, 11 to 12ic; salt Hint, 144 to Pic.
IRON TIES The demand has almost
ceasetl. Selling at 11 to 12c per lb.
LARD There is not a large stock ou
hand. Prices are firm at 13 to 14c in
MOLASSES There is a good supply
of new iu market. Old has almost dis
appeared' The demand is good, and
prices have not been effected by the in
coming crop. Fair to good, 75 to 95c:
choice, $1 to $1 05 ; syrups, $1 10 to $1 50.
I. ... 1 ...
In the name of all the financiers of the " N j g f t ; $20
,.ivilir...d world, where ara tbe neonle to flr No- A- HsJf hTTela aDd klts ,n Pro"
obtain a currency with which to transact Portl"Q-
their business? Until this question snail
be answored, no further objection need
be urged. But we might add that it
seems an unusual anomaly to propose
aovthintr so obieelionable to couslitu-
! tional men as the continuauce and ex
pansion of the unconstitutional legal
! teuder paper money system. All true
constitutionalists are lookiug eagerly to
the day when the supreme court can
satetv announce tue am isnnnsj i - - -
..f . V.",. r. tha latt. i.nntrrii.4 tit tO M
curred. The eviJence showed that the ' ms.ke' lawful money out of ixipr.r. That
day after the vessel left St. Louis she ; this will be done at some future day, ;
grouuded 130 miles below, where she put i when the absorption or redemption of the
out every pound of freight except a lot of greenbacks shall have placed the condi-
leeu put it out on a oatiK, empioyeu (,()D of our nnant-e so as to aumil tuereoi
another boat to bring it here, where it j without risk to the couutry, we cannot
arrived in bail condition. Tbe supreme i doubt.
court decided, on this question, that
' low water," of which the defendant
complaiued, " is not to be classed among
the dangers of the river, which absolve
tlie carrier from bis obligation." W. W.
Handlin, for plaintiff. W. H. Hunt, for
The CSi. Ic.uis TtiHUr -f tlto ilkl.l bsi
the followiug : We understand from the
Never having been a friend to the Na
tional banks, it scarcely lies in our
mouth to urge the gross injustice that j
would be dne them by thus taking away
MM of their chartered privileges under I
the Uv. But there should lie houor j
among thieves. su we are. alwey told
that even "Ould Cloutie" should have:
his due. Such a departure from the
supervising inspector that the matter of j common principles of Justice would, if
Temple. A building ..n the corner of
I Mil IRHUHMK
Criminal Imw Court. This court was
iuuwmIsJ ill fioUliinir lin unfinished BH
u'...i,t........ -...I t; ra-ti. "-r"
a-ouit ' -ti otto .nam t-t.M., t it it I s.
oolly called the temple of virtue, is in- j A. MagiM for a new trial was granted
habited iu pert by two of the frail sis- ; jn the eim of .scallion vs. Snell, Taylor
terlusiU funnel name i(eai auu .tmii- hji
tlon3fi I ill
A VALUABLE PLWTAT10V
FOR SALE OR RENT,
Eight Mile. Eaat of Helena, Ark.,
in Tunica County, Miss.
Tnw TraVt consists of Eight Hundred Acres,
r ive HunJredof winch are cleared hour
t.unareo ire- the I. act was cultivated
i.i.ih. tt vesavr K ami
' . - V,as
la now in a good con-
. ...... loran.rtn nfi ;'' fr i ur it.ur.,
-hia Taluabic i-Ui
atatswliou la nbovv-tivfrnow una
- m . , t.t n. u hiriH'i-u ' luiua,
lVnt W.te,-. a"d a new steam Kawm li
lad U. house Mules and farnung I lensl .
Si r lOtrnstrl ... lha place, and many
rreortTut r, i.ow on the place couul be induced
rreeniu . means desire 1"
siaj . - '-,,, t. ..-Vrjat
r information apply to I I BCHBY
Pr'KS i co , Memphis. Tenn.
wltl h. offered gfijgfc&jfa
: slant, i
.r K. M.
ait 1 ii
MURBA y J;llGLEV,
HO. 31 MADISON STB BUT,
Mmbtot Tailoring (ioods.
Moore, who occasionally break out in
one of the brawls so common to that sis- j
terhood, were up before tbe police com
missioner this moruing, charged with
being drunk and fighting. Of course
they were fined. To have this cla of
people in the community is bad enough,
j but their disgusting druuken orgies is a
i little too steep.
From J. iWWllM BMnWAMf. Dr.
J.J. Murphy haviug operated on my feet
i in removing several ugly corns, irihout
or), 1 can cheerfully recommend him
to any one needing hia services.
J. Al'lil STISK sU.NAIt.it.
Dr. Murphy will only remain a few
days longer at the Overtou hotel.
The Atthob Of the Bonnie Blpk
Flat). Harry McCarthy, the author of
I the "Bonnie Blue Flag, who was hissed
1 off of the stage In several northern cities,
on account of his being the itcr of that
I song, will be In Memphis with his trou e
on tbe 11th of February next. He will
' open at tbe opera house, under the man
agement of Mr. J. H. Rogers, when we
trut he will get a "rouset" as a recom
pense for his being hissed in tb north on
i account of his political seutiments. We
1 may as well say here that be was fined
! $-V in Indianapolis a few days ago, for
i drinking a toast to .leffersou Davis.
Miss Blanche DkBar. This aceom
j plished young actress will commence a
six nights' engagement at the New
Memphis theater on M. n lay night next.
This lady is a niece of hdwiti litKitn s,
and belongs to a family that mm fur
nished a galaxy of stare to the American
stage. Tbis announcement will no doubt
be gladly received Dy ner many aiem
make every garment ourselves, i
Bwarauteeseusraeuoii in an t
l.le to Manager Thompson, who Is one
i of the moat csreful and popular mana
gers in tbe south.
INQI EST- Mr. David Ii. Kox, the man
who was shot by ex-policeman Hopper,
ou Court street, on the tU iust., died at
his residence, on Gayoso street, yester
day morning about nine o'clock. Tbe
coiintv coroner, W. B. Cotton, held an
inquest. The Jury returnwi a verau-t
finding " that the said David R. Fox
came to his death from ti c effects of a
pistol siiot fired by tbe hand of one
Hopper." Tbe coroner immediately
latrtied bis warrant for the arrest of Hop-
i pert who is at large on tsinds, bit up to a
ii.r-h sis course of late bour last night he
S iiiKtruction . i arrested. Tbe lnds required from him
Mayor Lofland was fined 550 for con
tempt, but the judge in giving his decis
ion did not bold, or rather did not say
that Mr. Ford is entitled to his position
as street commissioner.
The court stands adjourned till 9 o'clock
"( i.tui. rry Court. June E. Nokes ve
P. H Nokes, decree for divorce.
Jane K. Weaver et al. vs. S. Andrews
et al., decree for sale.
Jas. T. Haley et aL vs. Jas. A. Namee
et al., decree for sale.
J.l". Lanier vs. B. Merrill et al., de
cree in favor of complainant.
Eliya proudtit, ex'r., vs. S. P. Walker
et al., decree of sale.
B. M. IMes vs. J. M. Alexander et al.,
CALENDAR FUR TH I'RsDA Y, J Alt. 31.
sen. William 0. Bayllat vs. H. B. S. Williams
SM. 1 liuora tlret-nlaw vs. same.
Sri. John II. Brown A Co. va CHiwsld Pope
et al. -
tr.s p ti. Mt ath vs. J. M. Craig el al
s:7 L. Ik Baugh vs J. J. Brasweli et al.
t'is K. M. Appertain vs. lS'Stito insiirince ivim
pany lt.ii. Mary E l:wing et al. vs. Aithtir Beatty
SSL John Harding va. John M. Ward et aL
Sis. rnilly Armorer vs Junta W. Ar i urer.
a7. s liicabelh Vt slker vs. Martha Triggetial.
sMl Tln'iuas S. Marr vs. Bank of wwM Tenn
i:i:OiafV OK I.f.KIiS AND MORTOAt.RS.
ii B flackett to Jamrs Musao. Jr., Sw'.i, west
half lot No. 1:1, Hill s subdivision.
Imposition. Complaints long, loud
and fietiueut, iand we beueve JtMUT are
tlailv made by planters passing through
this city with hands, of tbe impositions
practiced uiam mem at tue railroad ue
pots and the levee, by runners, drivers
. . ' I-.., U'U'rtltla 11 II i 1 .Ifl.lL'M W I 1 . liuf.
O a . ui ril'ircj w "A"" awaiw ssss..., ar. a
phis friends, among wno n are ner i.-rtuer ; sua(1t-thel) egto wjth them ftnd
classmates at tne rt. Agues Mm ,ft,m,m m eihorbttaut price for
No doubt her engagement will be as , nQ m or take them to tue wrong
grati ylng to herself as It will lie prorlta-1 an Tnii annoyance is chiefly felt at
steel or Bessemer iron boilers for boats,
which or late bat been considerably dis
cussed, and sevtr.s.1 builders even decided
to try them, caunct p.v-s inspection for
the reason that the laws of congress
strictly dci'iiijy hat kind ol Iron ..
shall be nKtdWd. The inapt
ion jjKie matter, ts will be seen
by tbe follMring extracts from the law
uni tlie subject :
Sec. 13, Act oi congress passed August. ;
' And 'if H further enacted, That all i
plates of boiler iron shall be distinctly I
and permanently stamped in such man
ner as tlie secretary of the treasury shall
prescribe, and if practicable, in such j
place or places that the mark shall be
left visible after the plates are worked
lata boilers, with the nsme of the manu- j
facturer, the quality of the iron, and j
whether or not hammered, and the place !
where the same is manufactured.
A correspondent of the .s,t. Louis lime, i
however says :
The main point arrived at by the laws ,
of congress, and by the demaud of the
people touching steamboat boiler iron, is
security for life ami property.
On the test o! quality g.siti cuarcoai ;
iron has been considered the standard ;
and therefore the 14th section of the law
of 1 883, declaring tbe quality of the ma-
ferial for Isiiler plates, repeats aud con
cludes that borers may be made of iron, I
of a quality equal to good iron matie
with charcoal. '
The object ol stamping the boiler plates
which is gotsl, is of far inferior consider
ation, being merely, as stated in sectiou
l i, for ti.e purpose ol marking tne
name of the manufacturer, the quality
of the iron, and whether or not ham
mered, and the. place where the same is
Iu proof that this rigid and punctili
ous euforcemeut of the stamp rules is not
required by the law, it is only necessary
t i glance at tt e last clause ot tuc i.ui
section, providiug a penalty, which is:
" If any person or persons shall stamp or
mark plates with the name or marks of
another, with intent to mislead, deceive, I gi
or defraud, such person or persons shall
lie liable io any one injured tnereoy ior
all damage occasioned by such fraud or
The deduction, therefore, flows irre
sistibly from the law, that if there is no
intent to mitlead, deceive or defraud,
then the maker of the boiler is
justified in stamping tiiree marks on
tne plates. vn oilier itn oiou.s auu tmo
tory pleas that may be thrown in to pre
vent a fair trial on the merits of the Bes
semer iron for steam hollers may be dis
Dosaibw. disgrace even this congress
Xo state can pass a law violating a con-
tract, and the United States has hereto
fore avoitled so doing, aud always ought
so to avoid it.
Jan 1 Im
llf HOLEHALK Mauultarturer of Omdin.
Huicar riuina t.uin uruaa., t'boenlate,
Ayrap-, LoM-taft-a,. JajutH- Paate. w'nnch Cop- i
fwclloTicry ly t-ieam. o. S old lirve atrwt, I
heHwfu tSt. Loola ami OmM atrU, New Or
lMDt. Hla Prica will lar uv competition.
bovII Im i 1
THE BINGHAM SCHOOL,
North Caroi.ina Railroad-!
npFirF. am THK DAILY AHPFAL. t
M km pais, January J'. IS6T, s p.m. j
With fair arrivals of produce from I
above the market oiened this morning ,
rather weaker. We have no change to
renort in other branches of trade. Our
wholesale houses daily All small couutry ; natural
orders to a limited extent, telioulu tne
present im.dcrate weather continue we
may lo.ik- spring stocks much earlier
than u-uaW Agricultural implement
are examined by, our p anting menus . smoking. .olol ou.
with interest, and their merits are WHISKY There is a good dem
.atForlv itmuired about. . for fine brands, with fair shipping tra
A St. Louis circular of Monday says of i in c uum m at
the bus'.uess of .tue
OATS The receipts are very light,
and prices advanced and firm. Ve
quote on levee at SO to 85e. Receipts,
ONIONS The stock is rapidly dimin
ishing, aud prices are firm at S4 for grml
OILS There is a fair stock of all
kinds on hand, with good demand,
i'oal oil, 85e: lard oil, SI 30; lijjw
t il, f 1 to fl 50 ; train oil, iWK
PROVISIONS There is a light
supply on hand, and prices are firm.
Mess pork is selling at $25 to $26 ; prime
mess, $22 to $23 clear sides, 15 to Ma ;
plain sugar cured hams, 23 to 24c ; break
fast bacon, 17 to 18c; bulk meats are in de
maud; ribbed sides, 12 to 13c ; shoulders,
H I-. 10c. Receipts, S20 barrels, 4 casks
111 pieces pork ; 21 casks and 24 tierces
POULTRY The market is firm.
We quote chickens at $7 to $9, and tur
kies at from $18 to $22 per dozen,
ducks and geese from $5 to $10 per dozen.
FotaTOES There is a good local de
maud, and fair stock. Prices firm at $3
to $3 25 per barrel. Receipts, none.
ROPE A light sts?k with little de
maud. Prices are steady. We quote for
machine made 12A to 13c ; baud
made 10 to lie. Receipts, none.
SUGAR The receipts have not been
large for the past few .lays. The stock
on nana is jroo-.l. Crushed and powdered,
19 to 20c ; A coffee, ISc ; B, 17c ; C. lujc
SAl.l there is a gooa stock on nanu
and demand active. Sacks, $2 75 to $3 ;
barrels, $3 75 to $4. Receipts, none.
TOBACCO There is a good demand
'or all grades and prices are the same.
A fine stock is on hand and new sup
plies are receives! aauy. vte quote
leaf at $1 18 to $1 30 ;
fsncv irginia, new work, 1 2o
to $1 40 ; fine bright, pounds, $1 to $1 10 ;
medium M , pounds, n to boc ; common
bright, pounds, 60 to 75c ; flue and fancy
the hog market :
I week has been quite irregular; almost
i daily alternating between activity and
j quietness, without, however, beiug ac
i companitd with corresponding cbnug s
i iu prices, though these by no means
' have been uuiform, aud at the close are
i decidedly lower. The impression among
i packers, at the opening of the week,
j that "a crop" of 2,500,000 hogs would
be perfectly mauageable at its present
I average cost, served to inspire conli-
denee; and, notwithstanding ttie scarcity
aud tiearness oi muurj, so un.c tuns
into the market for hogs, thereby pro
duciug a competition, ol which drovers
availed to secure an advance. Tbis
1 55 to $2 : imitation
Bourbon, $2 25 to $3 ; Bourbon, $3 25 to
jo. Receipts, none.
Wrs. Dr. TlHi-vey. The wor!d-renoWTVtd
Clairvoyant and Magnetic Physician, whose
instantaneous cure of disease antl clairvoyant
perception have laen the wonder of the world,
has arrived ia Memphis and taken rooms for
the season at the Overton Hotel, I'office. room
So. au.) where she can be consnlted upon nil
matters pertaining to life and health. rb
treats nil the so-railed incurable diseases as
specialties, to-wlt : Cancer, rousnmpton, asth-
posed of with niital ease, to the damage 11,627. At last advices there were
i : . . , . i ... i a .. i i : ass mi in i'... . 1 1 .... 1 1
ma, rlieumal.sm, dyspepsia, epilepsy, heart dis-
teeling was strengthened somewhat by ease, and female diseases, and all other chronic
liffbt receipts of bogs at several leading complaints wlthspce y and happy resnlla. Kor
poiuts, and by their irregular delivery at j particulars cU or send for a circular. Prof,
others; but when the drifting of tbe Harvey.the discoverer of a certain and painless
snows aloug the railways had been
sufficiently overcome to atimit of unin
terrupted travel, the deliveries at the
several packing points became so con
siderable as to produce a decided reac
tion not I its effect was felt iu a general
iviug way, at all leaoiug poiuis, in tue :
value oi bogs, as wen as in ic uruiura-,
if not in more disposition ou the part of:
packers to sell. Tne marKel lor nogs
opened at $i to $6 50, aud ;6 H grs,
aud continued to advance until Wednes
day, when it reached its culminating
values $6 80 to $7 gross. Since then it
has been decidedly weak, and has ulti
mately settled down to $6 to $6 25, as the
closiug value of light to heavy bogs.
The number of hogs packed at this
place, up to the present time, is M
being an increase within the week of
the depot of the Memphis aud
Charleston railroad, where large
numbers arrive from (reorgia, des
tined for Mississippi and Arkansas.
A day or two since, Mr. Jno. Abbott ar
riveu there with a lot of hands. The
driver of an express wagon took a part
of them from him, and charged bim an
exorbitant price for bauliug them, for
which he bad the driver arrested, when
bis services were not needed. Trie ne
groes went, not knowing any better. If
an extra force of policemen were sta
tioned at these public throughfares, it
would do much to abate w hat bus post
of the objector, and the case must be de
termined on the main question of issue,
to wit : Is the Bessemer iron " of a qual
ity equal to good iron made with char
coal." For LonsviLi.E. This morning at 12
o'clock the big Louisville will leave our
wharf for the above city. Nothing is
lacking on this fine packet to make a
passenger comfortable, ("apt. A.Q Ross
is her first officer aud a better command
er she could not have. Larry Harmstad
4 Co., agenls.
For Whitk River. The splendid and
regular passenger packet J. S. McCune
will leave for all points along old White,
on to-morrow evening. Capt. Morg.
Bateman is in command. W. Jay Jobu
Fob Vicksburg. The ever reliable
and magnificent passenger steamer Die
Vernon wiJ I go out on her accustomed
trip to-rooirow evening. Capt. Frank
Hicks Is her deservedly popular com
mander autl will carry her through on
time. Lew A Miller, agents.
For St. Louis. The St. Louis packet
company advertises the tine steamer W.
B. Dance for Cairo and St. Louis this
evenintr at tbe Usual nour. tuts is a
packed in Chicago 540,000, in Cincinnati
425,000, and in Louisville 173,000. From
the interior our advices are not reliable,
but seem to indicate a falling oft from j
the business of last season iu Missouri, i
Iowa, and perhaps Illinois, and a con- I
siderable increase in Ohio, Kentucky,
Indiana, Michigan and Kansas, thus
leaving tbe question of production an
open one, notwithstanding there is a
tacit acquiescence in tbe probability of
its reaching 2,500,000 hogs by tlie close of
COTTON The market was quite ac
tive etrly in tbe day, aud large sales
were made at our quotations of yester
day. The evening dispatches, which
were not favorable, had the effect of
weakening the feeling, and buyers were
shy. Receipts for the day, 13S6 bales;
shipments, 345 bales. We do not chauge
ordinary - - t27
Uood Ordinary 'Si
Low Middling is sai
Strict Middling -. 1 alo
Good Middling -
cure for cancers and tutnoi-s. Assists in her prac
tice and eompouudsall hermedlcluea. Address
alllettarsto PRer. Uabvky.
deHMy Memphis, Tenn,
Removal lira. Moitlmoredt Bayse have re
moved their office from the Commercial Hotel
to the Worsham House, Room No. (tbe one
occupied by Dr. MorUmore the past four years),
walre all, w ho desire to, ean consult them and
procure treat menL
Special attention given to all the various
tortus of euroHio dlse es, especially Disease of
the Lung and Throat, Disease of the Heart,
Liver, Spleen, Kidneys and Spine. Dlspepsla,
Chronic Diseases of the Stomach and Bowels,
Rheumatism. Neuralgia and Nervous afTee-
I tlous ; all the afflictive forms or female in-
aeHsett. as also all diseases having origin in im
purities of the blood and vital fluids.
I OBloe hours from 8 o'clock a m. untU 6 o'clock
p.m.. daily. May
Plttabnrc Cosvj brigKs Peterson Office
I 13 Madison street. Branch office. 311 Main.
J. B. MOSELEY. AganL
BICE, STIX & CO.
No. 307 Main Street,
OFFER THEIR ESTIItE
AT PRESEXT SEW YORK
FOR THE XEIT
PRE lAKt TORY TO
U It HULL.
L S. CRAWFORD.
OEO H. HULL.
Adily, Hull & Co.,
Cotton Ir ii c t o i
118 Carondelet Slreet.
d No. Vina Street,
LIBERAL advances msfton consignments
of Cotton to eliher house. AU shipments
covered by our Insurance policy unless other
k. T. BRUMBY, SB.
a. a. T
B. T. BHCJtBT. JR.
R T. BRUMBY it SONS,
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
10,000 Asparagus Roots,
JL'ST received at
K. ti. CRAIO CO. -8 Seed store.
379 Main sL, Jackson Block,
nnftl Vam -.Ma. leitn.
SOI THEUX HOTEL.
Bur and Barber Shop for Kent.
At the offlce.
Looin Gronauer vs. Anderson Haul.
meat suit btrroi p . a. m 0 ire, j. r.
Louis timuauer w John Hunt. Attachment
tuil Wefore W A. Moore. J. x.
KF1HAV1T f-r sttarhm'-nt having been
made in this cine io pa nuance ol settlor
.jajol ht? c nle nt reuufijr, anj attarnmvai
L:iving is-ueii agniust the e.tate ol the anove
nanidd defeudauiH for the nam of flb6 INN
RRtri8i John Hunt aud $210 U-100 attiat.t An-ter-on
Hautdae by- accoanf. and nxve been
retnrned " levied, etc.," It l tuerefore ordered
that salti defendant anUr hia appearance on or
ltefore the iTth day of February. 1", to pleavil,
answer or demur to th sad pUlutitTa ooin
T'U'ni, or he Kanie will be U.ken for cor MM
:tnd the caae set for bearing ex-barteand th t
copy of this oruer e pubilbhed once u wttek
ior roar consecutive weeaa In th Memphis
AprE i A. MlXRE, J. P.
tanl 1 w4w
yo. 280 Second Street,
Near the corner of Madison and Second streets.
at fi t
1 nMJSSSS1 nirl" can benaetl
iM of .n'ordiuarj'd rlm-IlV a W
n,n.iv? ' flne' lvoi-" pot h to mmtm Ot
isie. aid linen look tike now.
Oatsgg done up wita it keep clean mneb
1 ineer. thereby saving time and Sk r In
Warranted not to inlare the clothea
Twontr-flvecenu par cake. Liberal discount
BFJST IN THE WORLD.
Soluble In hard as well as soft water,
w arranlcl not to streak the clothea
trade" 'UU p" UbrJ discount to the
Agents wanted everywhere to sell the above
dncetZents w" offer ejtraordinary la
,.rV.!.P AHHilii; powP1i- on receipt of shove
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
,,?' Y2K"rARCHt)LOrW CO,
Jan II lmdew .to ;i ru,n Ht smY,,
The Hew Sabbath School Singing
"THE COLDEN PROMISE "
BT T. TC PERKINS,
Auinwoi- l ne snntlsv school Banner, M The
..vw .if.t.tt.g osar, - rue r"sa!m Kinw,"
-The Sae d Lute.' id.
WE wlU send a specimen copy, postpaid, to
amir aaMgsn, on receipt or twen-.yceata.
- ' . wHtiitiovi:
ngi copies in paper c .vers
single c . pies in lioatd covers s
bytheioij, " .. ; x n
Sabbata School latlc Krrf K.erj Moatk.
We puull ha New Song every montk, and
give it away, send for a Circu ar to
Janll lm-daw Uu Broome street. N. T.
Piano aud Furniture Polish.
JrT INTRODUCED, and heinr. adopted by
all leading housea in tbe manafarUire of
Klon. "rKt.i:-. Qja Tab.ea, Puroltare, etc ,
et 3. Ev. ry one who has a Piano aUocid have a
b -ttie ofthifl aVu'tab. Heod for i'lreaUara. and
we wll1 give fuli pMrticulara turn JlrTtioiaa. It
ia put up In tvrt'lca at 'j rent and 0 taants, and
w u : - !.: a ttuMD are ordered at one;, we wl Li
forward, prepaid by expreaa. p;41i?i,tlwo for
Ttrrltorj" Atteui lee receiVfHl bv
bKOWN v inDaCOVL
Uenerai Ag-nU fur ih- Called Statea,
janll lm-daw So. tX Broome St., K T.
fmoHx a prukivs'
Pianos for the People !
420 Broome St., New York.
1ST K wouid cali the attention of tbe public to
f f onr -l-tyiit New Scaleri'ianua, In the foi
lavMgM i tatl :
STYLE "A." 7 ocfavfl. Front large round
corner plain case, either ortagou r
rtsurrei legH, Ktraght oot torn, bead mouUl
ins on pUnlb ftfO
rtTl LE " B," T octitvv-, aameaa ijie A, wlLh
serpentine m-midlng on plintliv, carved
lacs and lyre
MTYjjsE " c." 7 octave. Front corners 1jv.-xv
i in, d. aerpentine bottom, moaidluK
&ame aa on Hty e L, raived lyre and doJt.
faucv carved leg- .,..
STY LE ' D, ' 7 octave, r ... large round
corner, flulshed bars . mouldings on mu
and pli q 1 h, oerpentiDn hottom, carved
m re una nt-i-. ei-a.ut ,'.n .mi rrutt :eg
1 ue above styie are ail aalataaq In eigant
Roseood Catfte, and have the fall Iron frame,
French action, barp pdai. beveled top, vorv
keya and key rrouu. and exaeed moverHtnang
bi netrly alt the 7 o-tave iia ios now man
afae'eted. They are nade of the beat materials,
aud for finish, darcbiUty, purity and aweetnew
of tone, cannot be Murpaeaed.
The four style aercrlbed above, embody all
the essentia! chang in ex, rior Sniah of ease,
men sre ey manuiaciorers run up to w ana
e mvite t hf a' :.-ntion of the public, of deal
ers and the pro eg loo, to a crit.cal examination
of the merit of oar Pianos.
By svo dins the great expense attendant upon
costly 'atoriea and expensive wareroomj In
the c.ty, we are enabled to oTbr tiene Pianos at
price, which defy competition, and invite all to
call and examine vhein before purchasing else
where. When references and testimonials are re
quired by those about to purchase, instead ol
presenting a display of professional natoes, we
rt fer to the parttea io whom we have sola our
Pianos. Their judgment a to the real merits
of our instruments as to thetrdnrabillty, touch,
aweetneSHand power of tone, standing ! n tone,
etc, based on actual -x-erieu-e, being of far
more value than the mere good npiulon of tn
artist, however capable, who merely tries la a
wircrroDj. instruments in perfect tone and or
der, whlcn t. ave jut received tne workmena
last n Isblng tout.hes
OfsT motto la, " Liut'k sales aud small proflts,"
(Send for a cireaiar to
Janll lm-daw 431 Broom- Ht , ew York.
230 Main Street,
WILL be kept open the antire year and new
pupils can begin any day. in Writing.
Book-keeping and Arithmetic, etc., etc., etc.
ssw- sir. Dtiibear relets to the cittsens ol
Son t hern States aud lu,uui of his former raplla,
AIK on Cotton consigrs.-d to my friends la
new lork. Mew on. ns auu uiiftr.
novls 2al Front street. Mesophla.
ESTABLISHED IN 1882.
A Weekly Newspaper, publtshe.1 every Satur
day Morning, In the ity of Mew York,
and devoted to
News, Politics aid General Utnratm.
The At-Biow baa been widely known for forty
four years throughout North and South
America mid the West Indies. Thoroughly
iT.M-iml.n, in tone. I:. Witt be found to com-
tuienran luri.it u: that
MiUhell's Patent Cotton Scraper
TT AVUra granted to
Messrs. I irgUl Bros. A
Co. the exclusive privilege of rtianufac-
'.uung, or navlng inanuiaciurea. tne
Mitchell's Patent Cotton Scraper,
atl penious are cautioned not to Infringe npon
irgiil Bros. Co. are my agents or attorneys,
repieseutiog my further Interest in the above
Mi: dawlm JONATHAN U. MUUHJ I.L
DOLLAIW PER AXSL'Jf,
OR TEH CENTS WEKKLT.
2Ti Cents per line, single insertion.
st ........ I I.1..1 mi 'mr monfha
li , for I yeartai. ling uuenangeo
Money may betransmilteu In registered
letters or r. o. Ltruer. at tne risa 01 me unite.
a-M. H. MoKKKLL Proprietor
w Park Row. Nw 1 nrs
A.. "W. STOKES
Formerly Stoke. Chalmers Mckenzie,
ATTORNEY AT i.AV
stxrun To I. M. Hill. Memphis. Tenn.
Orgitl Bros. A Co..
Meachara 4 TrendwelL "
Newton Kord A Co "
R s. Jones Co., "
RIT KM tf. A HAIL PACKET.
For PIsm lasTasMl Utile Isek
fiUIOON Wtftaker ma
This splendid paeaenger packet
SAT f RCA Y. 3d pmz., at S p.m.
JAS. T. Bt)CRB Ct., Agta,
JaJl si No. 12 JarTerson sussK.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
RKGLLAT. MKMl-HIH A. YD WH I i KJ YKF-
For Hclesis, I rl., . po nt trwvall's
BlulT. Little Roca, Angusia. Dm Arc
and Jackson port.
J. a McCVNE store. Ustawsn master
Tcts splendid passenger sUamer
no. 12 Jefferson
MMVLAK MMM PHIS A XI WHITK RIVJCK
For Helena. Delta, friars Polat.
n Wrr uk onia, Carson's. Coacorrlla. jsontli
White Rlvwr, Indian Bay, St. charlas,
Davall's Bluff and Augrasta.
DBS ARC EU1U 1
This splendid passenger packet
wUl leave Ior the above
SATURDAY. 3d February st S p.m.
srUi leave for the above on
FRIDAY, 1st February, at i o'cloe. p. -.
JAJ4. T. BOURN K at CO. IsSSOSa.
LEVY MILLER. Agents.
KKUL LAJt MKMPHIB AUD WHITK MU YZR
Far Aimasla. Jaeksoaleart. Little Bierk,
BaLes ville. P irahoutas, and all points
on Whits, ana Black rivers.
J. s. MrCUNE -..Morg. Bateman, sasassr
will leave as alxtvs
FRIDAY. 3d Feb-uair. At 5 p.m.
W. JAY JOHNSOt. Asont.
janll 2t Star Wharf boat.
RKGCLAB yKW HRLKAya AJfD LOCI
Far Cairo aad Law lav 1 lie
LoriSVILLE A. Q. Ross master
This superb passenger stssrs sr ,
will leave as above on
THURSDAY, lat last., at 11 m.
LA KRT HARMS I Alt A CO., Agents.
No. 14 Jsfferson si re. I, or
Jan3l It City Wharf boat, f ot ourusat.
RKtiVLAR MlSlrHlH AD VICKSRVRU
Far Vlrhshorg and all way Lsssiscs.
DIE VERNOS Hicks, ma ter
This exc Hen! patt-ton-tr stetune.- .
will leave as above
FRIDAY. 1st February, at 111 a-m.
LEVY a MILL- K. Agents.
JanSl it Madlsou street.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
RRIil'LAR MKMPFt AXD ST L OM
Far Cslrw assd at. Lou..
WI.TER B DANCE
This splendid isa-eDger jati-ct .
will leave as above
THIS DAY, 31st iasL, at 8 p m
W. C PtsvTA U Sup-t.
AD. STORM. Sae",
Or to K. B. Btiioto!. General T cket Agent,
No. 5 Jefferson street, where tickets may na
had to al. points in the L ntted States. janA It
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
ATLAXTICAyD MIHtilSBIPPt HTr.A VSHIP
COMPAyrl. 3. HAIL
Far Vlrkburg alrhra and New tr-
LADY UAY Btlt msr.tr
This elegant steamer WlU leave.
'nr fisaoovs on
THIS DAT, 31st ins., at 5pm
LARRY HARMSTAD A OTA. Agents.
No 14 JeflVrst.n street,
lanti-lt and City Wharf boat foot Monroe st.
FOR OSCEOLA AND THE BENDS.
Si EM fills A.I OS'EOLA TM-WSEKLT
Far Oaeeala aad the Bends
LADY S. Ward master, B. P Ward clerk
Leaves Memphis far the above .
auu inlermrtllale points evury
MONDAY. WELNEStDAY AND SATLRDAY.
Begalar nempkis aad t. Fraaela Kir
NATOMA -J. S. Cummins-, master.
Wash T re nary, t lerk
Leaves Mem nhis rs . -v K
5 p.m. Returning, leaves W."u1
eve y Monday at IS m. .
ssJ7oclo3m . . A""-
mnv n PACkLT rtOSTA.
UJ xK R. CHEEK, : : Master.
SCHKDirLtK OW TIME:
Leaves her Lauding fool of Adams , . afT k.
st t set ats and lis, .m.. and - ,aaaassSaaaW
and l'. p.m.
Lsaves Mound City at 7 and 10 a.m., and 1
and t p.m.
MOUND CITY HOTEL is now open and of
fers all desirable accommodation! kstfcg tra rat
ing public. sg.l.nqyT.'Im
JOB PRINTING HOUSi
leaphls, September 1. 136.
AT the commencement of another Commer
cial i ear. I desire to ter der my gratsfnl
ackDowiedgemants to the Merciiants a a i uai
neas Men tr Mempa.s for the more it an iirio
ral patronage tte-towed on the Fianklln Job
1-rlnting Mause t..e
During the sunim
flee suoiher of Oortl
Presses, v. till- In tt
signs, ornaments a
from the New Yort
dries sll tbe newest
ties, which will eual
in a si vie unsurpas.
In addition to M
which is a speciality, I sha!
cs.rt.cn. ar aitentluu to
I have been practically engaged In the print
ing business in this city for near flfuen years,
and I shall endeavor, by strict pers uai atten
tion to all orders, and by giving ;n ever, case
good stock, flne work, and low. nnlform urines,
lo merit the confidence of my irieuda and tha
s. a. TOOF,
ded to the of
scute ail o der
FINK S i LAM BO AT
BALES b-avy India Bagging,
lto boiu Kentucky
lt ii -
60 bbls. New Louisiana Molaai
US) S "
3is) boxes New Lyer Itsislns.
20, S - ' "
I... sacks Liverpool salt.
1U0 olis Rope-
For sale very siw.
THOU. TROUT A SONS,
JUS Front street
HE copartnership heretofore existing i-e-tween
the uti'lerslgned, under the Arm and
,.a,r,u i.r t iirttiskv rirue. a lo...h jntt.tu ttit-ts
and Chapsky Bros. 4 Toube. 173 antl 175 Adams
street, has been dissolved by mutual consent.
to dste trom January sin. inapsay orw.ittrt-.
will continue the business at '111 Main street,
and Mr. S. Toube at 171! and 175 Adsms street.
Chapsky Bros, will settle all claims against the
:alenrm,an'i iue ssswvw tiv .... ..........
lectand receipt fbr moneys due M itht-same.
IMAItK s. CHAPSKY,
MAUN US CHAPSKY,
JanlS It S.TOCBK.
CLOTHING !CL0THING !
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
MENS', YOUTHS', BOYS'
Select School for Yoiiii Lid u
TlOR information, refer to Prof. W. O.
JT ardson, or to th Rev. J. N. Wadde..
cellor of the University of Miss.
Ox-roan, July 24
sat teal aad Commercial
tou WM. BINUHAM.
The Life and fampaiens or Lleoi..6ea.
Thus. J. Jackson.
Sy Prof. K. I. DABNEY, of lha TnaologJca
'Wmiuary ol Virginia.
RLELOCK & CO.,
SIS Main si ret" : : MKMPHIB. TENN
rpHIS is ;h only edition authorised by (Jen.
mu. imui witi'-ii snf nt irt.
tivelv baoocM a musaUL-e. We wou.d
nuri, inn uji wi su(rgrt to the comraissioners the neces-
. i ?rm Mm i Mty of this step on their part to protect
nretl from him rW ,urollh 'triB ri, '
are said to have Uen very small cotisid- """ew t " '
erlng the ofTeiiM- committed, and the
iirowlvt for ins am-: - i-v uo means
briKlit. I thin a oae tt SWN
IKKI AND. W
House Kntered. The bouse of Mr.
Rii.k, on Mulberry street, was entered at
au early hour yesterday morning. A
very valtiame goiu waicu ana some
was etoien. :u
-. . . . . T f I t :. j IL1IIV Ulllisiit tu titi-iit.
Hlbernicon oi a tour "iirn.ua, ouis. , - . , burclar8 haB ve. liecr, dls.
llm is-liiisalslirl (tiuns ufiiaoot
ty, stru rtlioae, wouaeriui lalliiury ftire
aaKlit aud hravtry which burkM-u-rtutMi istu
JajCjaou nud givsaa faithful Htsta.ry ot the grat
i.jsuiisHiT2- wl.tch ma-lf hia hriiuaui rt-putV- !
lion . IK-tavopi' TW. C'lotb N lo- Ball Calfi - I
AfeuU wuid throusjUout Tnipssiici , Missla
slrV(t aiid Ar-tsusas.
Kor A.rin iea sue! 1 1 rru lara 0011141111. full
information, auurea. fMJBOtM A VO,
ajjl2 Hi Mala atrwl, Msmpuis Trn.u
last night in the tireeulaw bail, wuicn
was crowded, standing room lieing at a
I premium. The entertawmeul was well
received. The paintings are true to life
ami nature. Miss Dal ton, though not
j possessed of a powerful has a very sweet
I voice, oue js-euliarly adapted to the
reudition of Irish mejodie, which she
; sang in a very pleasing style. Mr. Chas.
MacKvoy's performance on the violin
.luring which lie gave some very exoel-
lent imitations ot the Irish pipes was
I loudlv enrel. The professor gave very
. interesting deacriptiuiis of tbe soeuesi
thr,..ih which the traveller passes
during a tour through Ireland. are
glad to learn that for the tienertt of
ladies and children, matinees will tie
given at half past two to day and Satur
day, Tickets for sale at the look and
New Memphis Theater. Vestvali
was irreetcd with a good house last night,
on which occasion Temptation was put
on the stage and enacted as before very
creditably to all the players antl highly
satisfactory to tbe audience. To-night
we are to have a meoiey oi luigneu,
Italian and German acting and singing,
to conclude with tbe farce of Dodging
for a Wife.
A g-oeal price will be paid for a complete file
of tne Dally ArrtAt. embracing lb period
from January 1st lo Juae 6th, lstix Apply at
th Counting Room. No. 13 Msdiaoa street
Decrease of the Cotton Crop. We
ftnd a " statement of tbe total amount I
of the cotton crop for tbe year ending
si.leiitild or,noritinltv for travelers goice 31st August, 1S6, as prepared for the ,
....ii. ...,.t . .H.Hu ant-h to take .w Vortr aliinoinr list.'' in Dt-H . - -
advarkage of it, W. C. Postal, supcrin- ! .Bevies for January 1867. From this It I (Jne Si'J4rC FrOln Her Old Stand,
tendent and Billy UUl lb ner passeugt-r appears mat tue ni"uuim me crop ior
agent. 1SS-SS, was 2,11.646 bales. This ex-
Kor Write River. The fine passen- . eludes the amouut of former crops that
ger packet Del Arc, wltb Capt. John E'.- ! had arrived at our ports from May 4,
liutt in charge, will leave as above on ; 1885, to .September 1, Waft, but includes so
Saturday evening. Levy & Miller are 1 much of tbe crop of 1866 as arrived at
agents. these ports up to September, 1S66.
For Arkansas River The U. 8. ; Heuce 2,151,646 is au accurate statement
mail steamer Guidon, Capt. Ike Whit- : of the crop of 1665, unless a large amount
taker, goes on on Saturday evening for ! of the crops previous to September, 1865,
the above and way points. Get your ! were withheld from market until after
Agents Appeal, is. T. Bcphht A Bows,
lruta".ts and Cnemlsts, Marietta, Ua., ar sol
giil bir lilt Arrlal. IB Nortkcru uoiis.
that date, than the amount of the crop
of 1S65 so withheld from market until
after 1st of September, 1S66. Thus, "it is
ascertained, as near as practicable, that
the crop grown in 1865 was 2,151,646
Tbe crop of 186R is variously estimated
from nine hundred thoaaand to seven
teen hundred thousaud bales. Assume
it to be fifteen hundred thousaud bales.
From this it would appear tnat the crop
t .esse .I... 1... .- ., .. . -i .
grown iu iooo im, isot jcsi oi tue war, i
under many and great disadvantages,
civ hiinrlratl anil flftv.ooa lhi,.j
VV aoTatSS ,,ieXun7yu. colored bales, or more than a third, greater than
older, rrovuled lor by act ul congress, ap
freieht ready. Jas. T. Bourne Co.,
For Kiw Orleans. The A. S M. S.
S. Co., send out the Oeautiful, swift and
elegant piissenger steamer Lady Gay for
New Orleans at 5pm to-day. She ia
in charge of the courteous and affable
rapt Relt, and will move promptly at
the hour. Larry Harmstad 4 Co., agents
and Jim Hay res is her polite passenger
Important to colored Soldiers.
E tal;e pleasure tn announcing tb
now coll.s.-uug the Beunty due
provetl June 16th. IHkh,
HAS ON HAND
i FILL 4D COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
HUMAN HAIR GOODS,
BRAiDS, WIGS, ETC.
Also, a large stock of
Toys, Motions, Etc.,
All of which she offers for sale at th
Please give her a call belore purchasing elsa
' dec '-' Ito
C. H. BRACKETT & CO.,
Crescent Lhen. Aactlon
HE finest Harness Buggies and Carriages for
lurtton Sale Every Day at 10 OTlwtk.
Special attention paid to tha unloading oj
Stock irom Steamboats and Cars.
Y RU KOOj fnrnlshed with or without feed.
octSI tf BOB. CAYCK. Auctioneer
tbesauTt'bonn'iy rideo in preuu of cotton grown in mm or in 1Mb, thi,,
jients Ior while troops.
Bring or send us, immediately, your CsR
rtriCATKi or Lischakok. and your claim will
be prepaied aud coi leveed al once.
MJTCU-4.L A MuCRILUS.
Soilcllors for llalmanta.
Boom No. I aud .Irving Block.
Mamwlib) t ua-isf lyU-
Dissolution or o-Partncrhip.
r,,nr nartnerstiip heretofbre existing between
1 Larry Harmstiid. J. W. Jennings and Robert
tilbon, under the name and style of 'LARRY
UARWrfl D A CO., In the General SteamlKini
AAaSTatal Wharfooat Business, Is this day
."otsoived bv muliial consenL
at least, we are UUght by the Statement I Larry Harawuyd and Robert M . hav na
from which we are quotiuii. aud from I Puh?;. "'t., I as. the same stv'eas
that of 186U. Hut even if it be impoasi-
ble to arrive accurately at the amount
...... Attt.r tttlthoritieS. tltat IK. A,.l,.n . . nuumln9 .'til
.sit. too raici ' " issst , nereioiote, --- - - ,..,,..
... ami IMS vvns ln ...,ii,.,,. LAKKY nAltilisiAli,
trsirii oi - " utiittitu
eight hundred and forty-seven thousand
bales, and that of IS and 1660 four mit-
Mtmphls, Jauaary 14, law
sty e as
labilities ot the firm.
J. W. JENMNOfi,
Rl IHLKT UlfaMJN
Wm. H. STaaaT, W. B. CBISMAS,
K. B. CalsafAK. Oweasboro, Ky.
STREET, CRISMAN & CO.,
Xo. 823 Center Alley,
MEMPHIS, :::::: TBBTff.
CHILD HENS' CLOTHING,
FornMiliig (ioods and Hats.
Vmbrtll4U, Trunks, Valises, Etc.,
No. 3-45 Main Street,
' (First door South of Jefferson),
MEMPHIS. : : : : TENNKSSKE.
ITsKE pleasure In announcing to my pa
trons and the public generally, that 1 hav
Just received my
FALL AND WINTER BTOCK,
which Is now complete, comprising a large and
well selected assortment of tbe at ove named
goods. They are of the Uttst styles and fab
rics and manufactured expressly for this mar
ket, by tbe most approved workmen. wll
adapted to both city and country trade.
I respectfully solicit a call Irom parties de
siring to purchase goods in my line, either for
their own use or for the trade, before purchas
ing elsewhere, as I feel confident that I can
otter them such inducements as will warrant
them In buying.
V. iim; gTaUMUl forth patronage so liberally
btsioweo on me, I hope, by strict attention to
business, to merit a continuance of th same
Genera! tiobert E. La. President.
Carter J. Harris, Prof of Latin.
James J. White, Prof, of tiraek.
Ed. s. Joynea, A M Pro.. Modern Languages
(To be appointed.! Prof. Moral Philosophy.
A L. Nmiu, A. M.. Prof. ataaaaawaV
Wm. Allan. A M., rf. Apphed Mathxnatlc.
R. S. McCuUoh. A. M.. Prof. Natural Fhiloo-
Johcampbell. A. M. fBffgt
Jt hn W. Brecken oroug n, L L m.Wtm. asww.
Harry Esull. A. M.. Ast- t Tot ""f"1
i- Powell Grsdv. A. M-, AsL Prof. Latin.
,To he anoointed.i Ast Prof, tireaa.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
For Young Ladies.
Mr. A Mas. Witao M. Cabt.
Mas. li. JoHM Pauaax )
Ike Tali gesAloo begins Monday, Sept. 17.
SINCE Its establishment in 1S42. thU has been
well known to the public as essentially
A Southern Home School.
Th Principals still depend for patronage open
their southern ft '.ends. For circular or other
information, addras WILSON M CARY,
sstx- Box 4U5. Baltlnaura. Ma.
IN PRICK OF
Passage to Europe,
BT the only American une to r-ngianu ran
France. Tlie New Y ork and na re steam-
first class aiatl sxeaaish:
w'h.sh renti. nnprspared for he Regalar
SaBxeaV may receive instruction In BMaeary
hrinches. the Session bsspoa. second Tliailgty
ana euus last muraisy ia
Tuition, and all other Coilete WM
All other expenses, includuig Board, rue1..
Light, etc., need not exoeed Ms
For inrther latormatioo. or far Calalogu.
addrsss tha Faculty o' Waahlxigtou College,
Lexington. V i rain Is tjt
ST. LAZARUS COLLEGE.
rs ha been instituted, in
xltAiio and KI'LTUN. having been thorough
saaaksA. will leave Ker No. North river ft
Havre, caUIng at Kaunouth, the following Hays,
at noon precisely :
Fulton. 8. Samuels, Saturday. Aug f. IBM.
Arsgo.Henry A Uadsden, Saturday, 8aO,a,
Fultou. S. Samuels, Saturday. Sept a, Ufk
arago. Hsnry A. Oadsden.jsaturrtay. BtJrrm. .
ruiton. S. Samuels, Saturday . Nov. 24. lSos.
An.l ttverv atdavsthererttler. Price r
aavabl in gold.
) Main Saloon- ...
First Class. J , tsaloon
Second Class - , '. j
An experienced sorgaon oo board.
Th eompany wul not be responsible for
specie or valuables un less bill of lading, having
Ike value eapirwa, . jw-"- .
jtjnara s .
. J. COMSTOCK, AganL
7 tttttsitva, . . - .
STRICT persona! attention glvsn to the sals
of Cotton and other Pruduea.
orders solicited for th parebaeel produce,
lirrtsrtits auU isutKl MerchanduBs.
Consign manu insured oudr our open policy
I Uaaral a4vap oa com lanmenta, sJMsa
I ' n rnierprtsiu . T . ...
I . htir.-n have secured the flne lei and buUd-
tugs of th Medical College on Bsaistra.
Tbe primary department ! j1 PJJ
lsh school tor th small sir's T
aud ten fre cholarsalp Jr" i""f,
rat Boldleie ha bean prsivtded. KTO
Ji. C A Ti D
To the General Traveling Public
Mj OM Friends and Gaeatfa.
1 THINK It bsrdJy worth whit to say to joh
that I never have bee" nnd m anytnlug I
hav attempted to do In the way of csi.rlus to
the rubllc from the earli.-t day I racli.d this
... t . . .. ,.,... Isfllill slan 1 have
taaaV that I will not trai' or follow in th wake
r,"2 iJu7ilno-ilisl will snow who
id If th - one
aud mean what
two good hotels
D. cot XRFLL
BBWa w mrm mm "--
t " Mrt is in ea a
tjsayakF, w w l hav al
u M.mpn-. nffmtaUj
BTEATLY PTJH NI3HBD CO TT AOS
OH Rath street, onns-stlne; af Bauroom Fur
nitnre. Carpels, SitiaesavO. rx--nto Ta
kta, cook Stove, " ery tfi. "
will VsBMd U)W Full CAHH. A"J Bawisit
tcg to purchase tha sssiv aaavM awBarsa, - . .
And It totbalr iatwtiot
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