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- . ' ' " aTL3a, j -aE V ' BBS m k. W' - ' F CTW. -i T ii a- . -. - ' W -ar si II e -r ".n , ey.As -Vi a ssT )- . LIT -V. m iCT' S ..- - at? .TW 1 i KT'yBEVBUBMV JT VT I .T . T 1BBBBBBBB-. hM VBIMM nBSIBab- ! i I'l I aam ' l. r BHD I, f m 4 ssssV V I 1 i .udtVa. ii J I - B I 7 ; THE DAILY APPEAL. THOBSDAY JANUARY 1, 1857. r fiMr. IL H. Fx ret advertises soraeffo. 1 imuti (or bin, la osr paper this moraing. Kg" Col. B. F. Dili demited for lb South 'UitMbt s the H. it IK. f He nil V- absent gboct tbeee weeks. , ffg?- We learn that tiftwn free negrees ware arrested yesterday, by ctncers Tax Cajjpek and Cope laxq. We did oat learn what dtspwitton was ma them. We heard it intimated yesterday, that -.. tbe most gaBeat iicbrtots f At editorial corps or 'city Is to be married to-day. A-!heay Sew Too, netghbar, sad year bride,. , -f BuiLBiNe and Lak Association-. baare clderstetfee above wsltVarJe wd that iku is tl daj- jtlwr will Mm nniifliig- tie) tbe sa errand tAfcht wfflbept-e. Kei il. i iiaat.aa acaaantot vttttter. , V bare JS Me. 1 Negro Men, ooe of Which I wfe&tesslL ascuie eraer tear i visa 10 aire. Twe ef tbe latter are gwS bUctsadtbs, sast Mw ether tire gMr. Jokx C. Lanier, Clerk ani Master of nt CtuBferr Oewt of MraipbK, w msI. Oh sera, inc. t tievw totoct, In Iron', of htt W, fmtk tit at Cot Sure, att tfce-etve trHau(se M'the esuteo! Bcubo- B, Beeet, deeeaaed. Ihere -are deren etaTea is noaaw, astf sM are twy TalwMt. Xhse irke wWh te fanaiH, ttM da v0 taleon tiaag at fterec efdeA taja mamint, at Ms f atet finis lij ritsw. TS ASSOCIATED PRESS 0F MEMPHIS. Relioiods Mestins at Om Fellows' Hall Revy Dr. James Shavkm; dCgilaeoari. ad El r S. P. Hkcogsmik, af iMtevflHiiW ewi t in ne tfcetr seria at aeeataea te-atgM xl T at rM FeBvi Baa. Stdct taw-aafkt: " TV CimUiflitt. Jc Cr iian 0rrt, as cntrstd uitk HM f the Jtmhk." O'er Ktas wai kave aa ottanrtanitr at adk Uitc 4tlisadgeBtfet3ea at tbe Hall In af 111 . - Three roans; bha, nsidetfts of HeJeaa Alt., jaM a Sylmc Tistt te air dVr, tte ether star. Mt iosaettbek-aidriU p, ibejcaaeU the eaBClnstea they MM lite Xeaafhis, aad, aocordtsxrjr.-CMnaeaced break tyikls. Theyeaaae to eeaHactwsthliatahalMrNATT, aa isflaial paHee otters CKatke. Aikcs iftd Oraxt, irtaeleiifcd tkestt mWr in the ealabaaee, treaa wlik ifcey Vare released br the yaysaent e $13 S9, each. Moral Vheostraaci cwne here thexAeadd Wbant tkcBete. T . Washington Fire GnuMrr's Ball. This estve Fire Ceaapahr sm a beat at Bsehaaae SolldlatK, NtiattistkBt: ythia; aa btr Xt alar by theaMav. Isn taae K a rreJttrdt aaSdr. Wetoara that two vcM ojhli at TZsMd rraai the lasdcvlBe Hotel, irMeh, tf thearrl'we hsttoe, wakrace the appo' tkh. UrtlPtft lahadM baad baa keest rmftgnl tor the eora etta. AakarUtaaay bee3ecUVaaBadoa,aU-Kr imiiiIh if lidrr ami gt imim a he la atteadauie. "Oa itth the da ,"IlK-II.vt.v. A moat pleasant re-Hnioo oCtfce ... 3JMlkk area Hat piaoe at lk Ustoe HeUart, UaW -Hrgt.rTuiitr t'cMtthwt. m eeers. SntBEBvoLri i OtTTER, ike praBrirtorc, did, their doty at tbe eaier tataaseat aa beU ef the airaeiiin. Serrr lamr of the mm s arorMfd, 2nd traa well dtcr3srd bythe "preec KS.,we hc ramed ar aad vride ir '.kelr ki'J ta tmct BMttent. The mtaanat te ec Uakin strretn tar Iran the Jtarckaate' Botes, which sraee that oaeood "insU is iikeir U javdaoa MMJner in tbe seal- Betsit- . yf wtah atnm'aat aBeeeas to the acw eatab. aad tract that the- will a!ar aad a aapre- reikKe gar4! m thT did en the ocatioo resemd U. ' 'TbeEotteapreralledaailtlo resstaUonihras adjptsi j Tao resolctioa appoints x Committee to'seaorUlitg the Lf!slxtur2 o: JUkanias. Tie Qoeitkm tlihi recurred npoa the resolulltas, which btisr. anif&Jrt were efiopttd aSsnlnously at follows - Wiieecas. The city of HtmDhU has already inmiea alwot two buBdred ihonstnd dpUara In ths Meiaphis aod Arrivnl of the Steamer FllltOtl. Little Ziot. Eattroad Cempanyl and wfcertea we deem It ArrtTUI t1B -atMMtr a mtuu. ot the ntsstst Imporunco to the city anj State to complete -....J. ,-.. tw.-,w., n t, ..t. T.-rr-n r.I stWRaUrtadto IitUe ltock and Pnlton bttht esriieit EW To, Dectir .-The steamer rUfw hv ptactlCkM od brittherefcre arrited Plonr his declined Cd. Pott occhaEged. lard Rcttfrtd Thai he Board of Ald"rmen hertby ayree to I doll. Consols qnlet Sales for the wetk 50,0p0 bales. SodsaiSro ' a Utm -peci5tors'fcek 15,000 bales. Fair Mobile, 7J fair Cy- l.t. That two badrd and flfty thonsend dollirs be r nb. I Undr, S 13-1. The market closed Una. Sales cn Tees- Vie feed by salrent asd boaa 2Je rtoct-toliers, sUUctory I day 7,030bales. Aiatrlcaa' stocks firm, iltied corn S3; I .Vdrd t. coamcfltogcOhlolSa. Baau doU. Manchester Ubeir bonds payable with jierai annual Interest In the dly I trade satisfactory. V- rsi m '""' wuan. i icetteamer n tnjton arriTra prior ia ins utpiriuro tert.tht. clly against anias.es, 1U roads n aU lands of the Julff. whiraJbey have received nd may hereafter reied te, from The steamer irraenn eneoontered terrible weather, the Stiff .,f Artinns, or frcm tbe tjnltrd SlaUs GoToro- ghis brake the shaft ef one engine" when one thocsand L-li'fnlTA", mires.cistantfromSoutkampton. She was compelled to CBtactetljs and coadiUns, as above set forth, are com- I refm; TboFuiten brings her malls' and passengers. pHed wiUtbt the iljrorl. hrrlr lnitrectec to raort- gie the iwoMfty known as the Xavy Tard.wltb Its Bxtteru, prinkgn and apnrteean&sto protect the ulli- h. And it it further Retulted. Thit saldJTaTr Tart hproperty be leased by the Cty at the earliest practicable pertou, ror a term or years cot exceeding tte tune within whtak said Eeadsrnay mature: that the crocetds of snch leases be apptld t&tbfrtnyBKat ot the annual Interest ttaratag aa said bends ; that the mortgage provided to be t jkan fram said Callread Company, srovida also for the tecBTllyot the city against tbe paytaent or lots of snch Interest, u well eg for. the fiaal pajment of said bonds: and in case the leases ef sale property sbonW amount to a sua greattrtban tke asasal Interest ea said bonds, said sarples is to be paid lla,thc City Treisary. to bestedaa a sUiklng fond to pay thfoetstandinc debts of the dty. Knotted. That a Cammittee ef Oils Board be aSDolnted to saeesertaliae the Legislatstre of Arkanias U rztend the time within wbieb sud Heal jdj be competed ta the St. Praadt river, aul to make stack mod&sitlon of existing nvs as the em coEapany mar arptytfar. iff ay ferlUsh vessels scfiercd sererery from hurricanes en- co'interedGear the ccast. JTbe Qaccnof England visited the barq.ne Rtiobi.t Pirsta his accepted England's declaration ot -farasalnst Swltserland. The Atufchittl qsestlcn Is a very serious ins. Fire at Louisville. Loots VILLI, December 31. Themedlcal department of the University, Including library, museum and labora tory, has been destroyed by fire. Loss $100,t00; insured far $50,000. X temporary arrangement has beui made for lectures. The portion destroyed will be rebuilt. MM. LIST OF LETTERS, TOIMAIXING In tbe Post Office, at Memphis, Tenn.. oa m. the 1st of January. 1557. persons cauinz for ta aionld tar that they are advertised. LADIES' LIST. A AbernsLhy Miss Mtttlt Andrews Mrs S T Alexandria Miss Laura Andersaa Mm Stllft M Andraw'sHtTA . Ansanaa'hTba peerless AstTMrilsabeUa BrqknMrsBM BallXlss r BafMIisa en Atrs m MlssMargaretE anMlssAdellM e Bllxibeth J MIs Martha A Mlts Eveline vrom aajr mi mm Ed tUMary W Mrs Lucy A kett Mrs Martha erMlssE ainpbell Miss Llrxle' aft Mrs Mary per Mrs Fannie n (CoxMlss E A Sanlap lllfs Llrrls OowlingMary Ann Davidson Mrs 3rah L Davis Mrs MaryL Dixon Mrs Nancy L Dxrrah Martha EMU Miss MoUle IT Everson Mrs Sasan Edmondson Mrs S F From Sew York. Xrw Tout, December 30. Huntlngion, the forger, his I Fronln Mrs Snsaa been convicted and sentenced to four years and ten months Tke Chairman tbea appotBs AMenaeB Depree, Barry I Imprisonment In the State prison and Donates tbe Ceamlttee trader the last rrselatien, Tbe City Marshal Ihes Dade an t zpttBatien of the ceases af the iailur teheed aaettotlan, after which the Board adjoaraed. . Max Dbowked. Yetterday taoRiing, aboot half aaaC tlrrm a'clxk, a deck band uu baard the ktramer imnmit, erhUt haat wm lytBS at tbe wtarlbaat a the hfewr. lesl ii uphill id aad was drownrd- las poor feOow jftis saakaag saaae repairs iaane of the wheet-haases, whea. It ts aappsHit, hat feet slipped aad he was piaas- tased kata tbetver. He swaat scasedteUace. udirr- JhSC taaaat' thaTwtrire abcre, but, it is ssmpaaail, his DmI VxaiiB cbiM. the water bUag wry casd, hh aad tie saatk withia sight af at he were aaable to reader aay aasia- taaae. Jitahedywae aat nauvand. We leara faaaiaaF agfrr Utt kaada aa hoard the JOtltou, that the cararto- i at liaa hj Urn Basse cr "liw-au latj raaasessot kesac katnr wt larthar learaed he was ahaut naaca-tKa yearf xrrimJ rraentlj tnaa Gmaany. He b a brather rcaSdiapg ta Xew Tdrfc city. TnfcATRR. La &aasWa tras trivm last aagktby tke Opera Clisaaary, with aaeajaHwesf raeteis Civiasga Imgijeaid eri- ithlsbMatstalpeTrtrBaaea Bcxsjoeltlaeiy, the ftf aatdad all fhejr pretbaas iffcrsi, the Open be. aKssSaai of taatpieie trramjUai freatharisiacto i; at tke car tain, 'm-m DuaofD, Xiat HekasoK ssrs. .Ztxettox, rRscit and tke voit I la lfrgaf tkiT havt aevrayaedi.tX . vf Ling MiecOEOMMkA HCMMpijd ldh t. b;ch occasicn t be cpera af " La reatrd atJ la addrtaaa tbe warkJl is? zrataeae of Pocmhtmtat. TkJe . of bsrHsqve writ nr from the pj of "JBK BKTVJaaHO, vw rlr vii n.tim fur Msm BeokJiu HvQ. waa jamdoecd tlm tim- but y.ar bj ber -3ni 1-TkialaTi w Tart, i I.e. til 1! eat. --d a stra f two kneaiettao tdaWaaast ta ihathcala Jsrst atliiapt to describe? ''-ipaea; ia faefit cannot be wrtl aas iBaaaiilaUuB s of cavftza , sla taV aiaHeeae. The aaarcky at TTs s b iagtat si the ' rVre Ihtrhta.;a Htt; the MaaaachasetWcomBtsH' UmitMrnt, aad Hiawatha ; Sachet aid ixr a inan twiii sii oi i ir r rrncii ar4WtsgettJkje with iOGSmerable aXe ISLtke shape af rfc orpei sobs, shaped ae srJkratlr laterJeo in tbe daeaic p'ot natti sags tstaboraat-atow of taei, we have tk EofaseMic. AttiBM-i theellectfi Thofxeest paptslar opaaas are VaM ili. aaoa wMch the rant, dagpe els atraatdowa Arrival i cad Departcrjsr ' ' ," "Wedsesdav, Betember 9. VT. H. Pea ate. New Orleans te St. Dauls. IBtaaws, w Orieaas ta St. Losls. Aalesnn. N.wOrieiBi to LaeUTikt. Jaa. VPaewer, Kew Ortraas to Cairo. Natflara, Latsviaado Xew Orieaas. 1 That P. Tow, St Leats ta Kew Orleans; Tunic, Memfkte to St. Lafts. K Hew id. Xew Orteaas te Tennessee River. 11. R. V. Hal, Measphls to Xtw Oileans. ' The ship John Gatron, engaged In the Kew Orleans and Liverpool trade, was abandoned at sea. Tbe Captain and crew have arrived here. Xew Toac, December 31. The ship TUher Coiiff, if r acw Orleans, strntk a rock near Cape Clear. She Is 1 likely to became a total loss. Fumely Miss Margatet Fletcher Mrs Amanda Fergnson Mrs Margaret Garrett Mrs Sallla IT Oarrigan Miss Mary Gibson MlM MoUle Howard Mrs U Ilenhtnc Mrs Hannah Ucgan Mrs Mary Holder Mrs Georgians nester Mrs Tirglnia Markets. Kew Orleans, December 30.-CoUon, sale, tosy, uiVIiX Ciscixicati, December 31. Flour iluU live, unchanged. Groceries very firm. Xew Tone, Dec 31. Cotton market steady; sales to-day, S.000 baks. Sales yesterday, d,C00 bales. Sales I far past three days, 12,000 bales. Flour dalL ITheatde dinlsg. Corn declining. Pork Arm. Ltrd very dull. B 'Brown Mrs Maigaret Barkes r.lts Hsuuh ButhrMrsMarr -JBradshaw Mrs M P Barchet Miss Funis Branan Miss 3lurj Bestrick Mrs A Bledioe MrsPG c v Ccbb Mrs L M Carr Mrs Cherry Coleman Miss Msry Q CenwayMUs Johanna 3 Crawford Miss Mary Campbell Mlts J Y CagaMUaTaUey D Dunn Miss Emily P Doherty Miss Mary Dickson Mrs Sa' lie 0 Dnery Hannah Davidson Mlu JonUns E EHIton Mary Earle Miss Lou M Eppet Mrs Elizabeth F Franslln Miss MatUs Fiild Mrs Carrie D 3 Fitzgerald Mrs Johanna Fetgason Mrs Ellxa G Greathocse Mrs Mary A Gallon Mrs n nallowell Miss Mary B UUderbromeU Mrs Margaret nirginsbottom Mrs Eliiabeth noward Mis Margaret Hardy Mrr CM ' Masdebamn X ' Martin TV L May GTS" MaralreF M adlson Heary Manning Jacob Marian Sllrancs Magulre Thos Manypeny G W Maden Albert Mathews E W Mabany Mike Mason Slchard Mason J D Maicn Chti Mather R C Masa Antonio Marsh Ensel HcKamard Wa KcCarthyJ McCaats W W McClntle Wm Melted J K Mcllwrath Tbos McCnight V P McDonough C McGawn J Miller M J MilltrKJ MCIerG & Miller Auguttui MUlerHn Miller Wm MItc el It E Myers B Mye s Jco Myers James MUlct II 3 2 Mills J 0 Mortard A Montee VT 0 MoQaney Thos 0 Mcoa J K Moon TV S MunroeWT Morris Geo Monaghin Jss Moot Wm Morgan E H Murray Geo Mnrpby J LFQR SALE 2,610 ACRES OF LM1), Mississippi CRT. MnlUnty 2 jsorruonAmtour Muth L Kei'ODr. Kash James Kalley Tbos Kalley K O'Con-orJ Obrlaa Wm Obrlan Dennis Oberat O " " Oilman M Ptrklsm G W Parklsm S C Psrtln Jss A Plazco WR Pork C L PearalA ParrK Parsons R Patter H 0 PattonM Painter S C Payne WraM Payne U U Randall D A Kavner J Moore Jens Moore R J Moore Prank X Moore Wm MC . JtcKamara Pit McCartbyB A McKaj R L McLean Wm McBrlde M MeKlnley W J McKnlgtitWnt McClure W H KcitIs G W Klch Chas Kormaa P J Korman A J o Omahany Wm Organ J S t OconnerJas O'DonnellM OtyGG 1? Pittet Geo Pledge R A Prasi 0 R Peterson WP Pearson J W Perry Jas Ptnn GL Peon Co radDr Printer E B Preston Chas Prlntets JP Phillips J W Phillips J M R Richie L F Rice Jno MulholhtneWm Mosburgh C K MUs CJ.V May Hugh McCargleJFM McCarrary RE McDerxnst J McPbarsen Wm McCblntbey Wm Metnigbt J M MeDo aid H McMullen Koland W Q KlbUt H t Klgbt Wm Olmited B J 0"en K Wm O -livanS Owen James Phillips H Pickets Jno Price Wm P.emt F Pierce Jno 3 Prince J Prentice G X) PopeB Portr r n R Porier Wm Pottei K Parser I'M wmcrfmt. raJts bssH . A jrtbasoi; Xh.el P3AC VtPKE cn I I3-Qc i On Mempkis aad Ohi Kallroad. I CAVE for sale In separate tract 2,5 lu acres or valoable Land, situate on f and near the dividing line of Shelby and Fayette, and Memphis and Ohio Ball- ' road. Six hundred and forty-acres 2X mlle tnfit1iet f XITml h TlTVe. tMU tj-flve miles f tin Memiils, conslderol a Ko. 1 tract ? oniatnmg a large body of rich, dry, bottom, 115 acr la -t-.t, ,rrvvvii .lCj , . Jm- " -culttTaUon. good cablnf, and spring water. Another T ) S?r.? tsl7i Diseases, tractot 350 acres, near Vie Dtpot-Il Uautlfal wood- f fi laAno, Strictures, Stone la land. And another tract of 1,230 rTes,atthecrt.?Ing ! .J-'i?'; cf?f Tumors, Potits, Diseased .ir t,i.iTM. t ...T: . , . t Bases ana Joints. Deiormiti- rmn, tt.i.'ti. lit. VrTJV " i.ceca Jose, uye- I Udi, iu:., posed jws from SaUvation, and aU other dls- ! S2f. hfa friends. saaemed tte grn- street, first door from Sopsd street. for Mttniiiig ta BUtem of the 'rest 9 fa 11 JU 31.. end from wsihlngto conjolt Dr. C for Disease of these Organs m. j i ananseoent. Innlv-dtwawlr I East, most of which is rich t liable land, and all covered with the flntat timber for saw mills. Also another tract ef 3t0 acres about two mllea above. I am anzions I to realize un tbe above lands, and curchasers are ran - I clatly Invited to tee me atmy residence lathe Delghbcr hood of Hickory Wythe, whea they will be waited iron U bxamlne the lands, aad the highest Inducements oi- terea - ir c. S. WILLI Ail 3 Hickory Spitcgs, Fayette county,Tenn. seclS-twawlm eaiies otMt deformities requiring Surgical aid FOR SALE. THE subscriber oCers for sale the tract of land on which he now reside. In navwra! ennntv. iTennestee, through which the Memphis and Ohio uauraaa msses. Sale tract contains abant four thousands acres. The lmorovementa cor.iUt cr a fin irame aweiang, witn ten rooms, negro qcartars, gin bouse, stables, a line steam andrrist mill, cml urchin! . and aa the necessary lmDrovemtnta foralaree farm, or can ba conveniently divided tuW several small ones. For ueaita ana fertility ot soli this olice Is nn.amujed Lt eny In tbe country. For furthsr particulars apply to the i mcscTiutrrauie premises. gecio-aawtt THOS. SHAPARD. Kazband James DrRlchzrdson Dan Wheat ax-1 Ingram Mrs Elirs D Jackson Mrs EllzaleUi Jones Miss Mary E Hirer wi, Ac. The river rBB eaaUaaes to recede. There It a rise re- parted is tbe aprer Mlssisilpot, but lt wilt net, probably. reach bare hatae ha-oaorTow. There was little business traaahcted at the Usenag yeaterday, awing to tbe lacta- ancy of the wasHwr, The tMurtte arrived tratn Whtit (KoiMitOTtal gtattcrs Kane Mrs Sue A 0 Kean Mrs William Kimble Mrs Mary G MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OPF1CE, ) TncnsBAT, January 1, 1857. J COTTOX The day being so disagreeable far out-doer b'tuhMss, aad pirties being cn the qui vitt tor the steam- river, aid hbiTrsc and H. R. W. Hf defirted-Ue "tlcUw.re reived lathe afternoon, but , . . - - , S37 bals at former pries. We coalinue quotations with- foeai:rtorSt.LoBis aad the latter tor Kew Orleans. From lb daptain ef the i teenier TAoe. S. Tult, which beat left St. IiBBis ea Seaday eveatng last, we leara that- the weather was very eotd, aad he gives lt ashlsoptsiontbat aavigaUen betSvim St. Loctt and Cairo is rutpoBded be far this. The Tuff settfaejfctie Wayne aboot one hundred aDes betow St. Leets. She passed the Siran hard acroand Sve attlet above Cape Girardeau, and the Art? Meant ia the sate ax a ime twenty Baiiesbetew. The river was f ssU ef reaottag ice, and pragrass sp stream was vegseiwi TlaeesPowiDC from the St. Levis Rtpub Veen, o lea ill last, shows that tbe upper Mississippi was sa-aDssajamst oa Saturday evening : Tbe rive rat this point bad rfeea about two feet at S 'deck last erea.i. There was very little lo to be seen yeesrsdar artaiai;, aad tke river maybe reported opea fram toe stanta of the Illinois down. Tbe Alton packets out change. . Sau-obalesatlOHieiatll; HatllK; 10 at 11. V: 171 at IIS; 150 at 11S(; 2C7at 11 9-10; 130 atll:S0; SO at 11 XJ 2t at I2; 15 at l!Ki 2Z at 12K; 13 at I3K. MEMPHIS COTTOW QOOTATIOKS. Inferior 7H3 8K Ordioarr Q- 9H Good Ordinary.... 9.1(jI0 LowliddUng....lOKC9lOf Middling 11 lli StrlctMiddling.il KGUH Good MIddling.ll HftllX MiddUng Falr..llXAI2 Fair (scarce).. 12MQ KE1V ORLEANS MARKET. OFFICE OF THE PICATDKE, Thursday Evening. Deiember 25. 1856. . C Cottos A few buyers were out to-dsy, and although tbe banks were closed and the day was generally observ-' eJ as a holiday, we have heard of some 4000 bales sold In trior SH Sfi I Middling I1XA12K Ordiaary to t10H Good Middling.. .1212K Good Ordinary.. 11 11 IMlddUng Falr,.12K12K Lo'MlddUGg...llHSllM I Fair. 13 STATEMENT OF COTTOK. Stock on hand 1st September, 1S56 Bales 7,1 fS Arrived since... Arrived to-day... Exported te dale, Exported to-day.. .45,501 ... G83 esuceed tkeir "rtM jestevday. aad tbey report tbe river fwltliaut any material change In prices. We still quote :sroc raueiy at Allen, an it tne ice cotrini down la very largv qaaaOtM atd very heavy eay, tlI ipokee in thick -new We seamed yesterday that the Miesouri river wa rhtnc verjirapMHy at the nieatk, bat have had uo report fram above. We expect to see the river full ef neatlag ee this naming, lruot he btvakieg ef gorges in the up per rivers. X3T We are Indebted to the offlcers et tbe steamer Thai. E. TWf sere St. Lea Jtaaalstcaa ef Suaday rest. We leara from sheas that the Ohia was fall's; fast when they patsefi Osdre, aad that the OMe as aUod wrtfa fieansg ae. 3-Tsss aat steamer Anitife passed ap veetenfay aftemaeay We aae ladebted taker desk far Kew Ofteans pspers f I(BMsr eveaiac; hHt. 13-The B. JL H'. JWt depsrteJ last evattagfer Kew odeaas. Ovrita; to flat peiaavstsbls weather she was Dot I enabled to tat e uutafal lead. She lad ea beard abeat taa kales oTcjitcn. . J3"Ttt aae steamer EttKimMt, Captaia Janes, ar rived -'illy vatterdar atoraWg frees JackeeBeert. Skt broaglitTrajatthe White Mm cavalry about 149 bales of ootUc, Wtdtt a larae qaaattty ef other freight. She leave cn ta-saorrow evening, at S o'clock, en bar return trip Per failber leleraiatkB ceejatre of her gentlemanly 1-rki, Meeut, Burr and farter. We leara fram these ..a. . . . : geafietrMe an it wnne river is falling. Lrgm MisDrSF Law Miss C C Loving Miss Emma Lestlm; Mrs Loeser Marrley Mrs Harriett Mltehetl Mra G Ann Martin Etiza M Msbeay Miss Catherine Moore Miss M A Kye Miss Lizzie KolanMrsHM O'Brlin Mrs Mary Palmer Mrs Charlis Frice Miss Msry E Phillips Mrs Ellxrbeth QulnlawMaryT Richardson Mrs L A Robblns Mrs anian Rodgers Mrs Elenor ECley Catherine Smith Mrs Laura L . Staples Mrs Sarah A Salllvan Miss Catherine Sevts Mrs Jane : Shea Miss Johsnna Sorrels Mrs Mary Smith Mrs William 3 Smith Mrs P Jonas Miss Sarah A Johnson Miss Xancy K Knott Mrs M J Knoakts Mrs Lucid W Lewis Miss Harriett Long Mrs Margaretta J Lang Mrs M J Lucas Mrs Price M Murdock Miss Agness Marvea Miss Mary A Mathews Mrs Mary P Mallsry Miss Eliza W Murlga Mrs P P X Kicholson Mrs nannah o p Price Mrs John Pitman Mra M A Pence Mrs Maria l It Rsy Mrs Martha E Richards Miss Laura Rice Mrs Jane Razbacd A J Rabentlne F Roddick G W Ruce W W Rue H r RtderG Reis B Rlggs Wm R Revis L O Snopell H K Sands Henry Strattan.Thos SeelyWm; Sbelton Sam Stewan 3 A Sbe-tA 13 Sweatt ThoS FJ Sbeter C Soclss J Stout J Stone James X Suddith L Sea rr Thos Smith Roland Smith W H Smith D U Tardy G Y Taylor Tbos J Tyler PH Thompson J W 2 T dd Jno Thomas C 0 Richardson M V Honey Wm Hlmbergb M Rochford Wm Roberts Wm A Rbodcs Geo Rhodes Frank Rhodes R n Sanders K S 2 Strachar J B 3 Stacy J P Steele J Dr StegleOB Spur W A Stein J A S epenson n Still G W 2 Sdfnes J.M Scott J L Stonnntz Geo Shook J II SMUtbard M Smith wm Smith Ed Smith Rnrd . T Taylor w B TeweU JJT , Thomdlea C Register W J Robinson Jas J ltbb J II Rausland Jas W nowe,Ge F Roberson Daa J RozeU B LDr Rogers Ann RMeyena H Heme Jaa Rush X Smart Jss Swan M G Stacy M A Shelby E R Strehl B StrSp-r W Spencer Thos Schroeder Wm S mpaen J E Swhrney EH 2 Seott 0 W Shouse Geo SnggsJno 0 Smith G W Smith 0 TsylorJX Tlnbrock J W Thompson Wm Land for Sale. I OFFER for sale that tract of Land, well known as the) " Xashoba Land, " near German town, in Shelby coun ty, ana contain log about 2,000 acres. This Land Is well limbered and lies advantageously for cultivation. Mnchi or it fronts on the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and' Germantown Plank Road, affording most eligible sites for conairy resiuencca witlin three-quarters of an hour's ride from Memphis. On a part of lt are Mineral Springs, which are much resorted to In the summer, and might be made source ot proat. If well Improved. Tbe land baa been I'tvided into several parcels. Persons wishing to purchase can obtain any further desired Information by trptvlng to me at Memphis. oeca-atwawim TITOS. W. PRKSTOX. Agent, Valuable Farm for Sale. HAVING determined' to move to Texas, I cfrVr for sale the Farm on which I now reside, situated in Mar- IMnWJiJiar snau county. Hiss., three miles fnm ar,, wvryrv-ti,. Mississippi Central and six mile Irom the ilemnhl mil PhirUtlrtn TkH- road. It contains 903 acres. ibontSGO r Mrh .r-in cultivation; is well watered, having three perennial I springs on different narta or the Pi htri n Mra- dance of well water. It la ia a healthy neichborhood. the sodety of which is noted for its intelligence and reflae- b, anu ia witnin eicnt miles of bath a malo n.t imii. I college The improvements consist of a good dweUinK. Ice house, cabins and all necessa'y ontkeuses. For further narticnlan. lr.infrii tKnrmiu - I dress me at Lamar, Marshall county. Miss. '"' urwuatwtKwira K. H. BOXXEK. .EZZE Jrn J?.rf?. pitt.FKXXEE also attends to all Diseases of tbe Ere Jb aod Ear, and Is prepared to Board Fallents from a uit4kv: . J- OSceon Mala street, in Walker's Building, reap UK. JOHNSON'S INFIRMARY, roK bijeaxes or the EYE AND EAR, txscmlox or ARTIFICIAL EYES, &ca KO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET, Tiro Doors East or Commercial Hotel, envCTdaw SIPMPUK. TPVW ' Tormacook Jno ;Touey Thos T Umitf ad J 7S5.977 .733 500,113 415,134 Stock on hand and oa shipboard not cleared 351,229 Friday; December 26 1S55 1 p. si. Cotton The mark.'t opens with some Inquiry, and teas far we h ave beard ot a boat 2000 bales sold. SrOAR Prt have fnrtber eiven way, and we notice sales of 203 to 300 hhds. at 99.';c for good common to fair Molasses Lr wer alfo, and 1000 bMs. have been sold mostly at 36463 Sc. gallon. v CorrEE Sales yesterday and to-csy tro nags Bloat Kfi 300at 10. and 750 prime at lOHc V. Si. fREiOHTS A ship bat 'been taken for Liverpool at: I9-32d. for Cotton anllld. fur Corn, and one for Boston at23-33c. for Cotton Thompson Mrs Agntj Towles Mis Mary Turk Mrs E B Talley Miss DendeOa Taylor Mrs Margaret Todd Martha a Taylor Miss S Taylor Mrs htary A Thurmond Mrs Mattha L Whitley Miss E.Iea Williams Mrs J Wendell Mrs MaryE Williams Mrs Catheriae Wolfe Miss Ellen D Ward Miss Jane Ward Mrs Autln Wurlzell Mrs Brula McCne Mrs Mary r McCombsMrs McXeU Mrs Applets McCracken Miss Lizzie Stokes Heneretta A Stewart Mrs Mary Sanders Susan H ! Stewart Misa Annie Stark Mrs M W Sherman Mrs Mary Scott Mra E V Skelly Mrs Martha T Turner Mrs Martha Thompson Mrs Mary Taylor Mrs Jane E Thomas Mrs Jane Tucker Miss Xancy C Tallass Mrs -V P Tetter Miss Msry Ana Todd Martha A IT Wood worth Mrs H Lizzie Werner airs Volenttne Williams Mrs Annie L Whitfield Mrs D M Winford Mlts E O Woodbury Mrs Jno Wslker Mrs Mary Ward Miss Jane Mc MeKean Mrs M B 2 McWillJsms Mrs Virginia McMeans Mrs Bettle R Tanhorn J B 3 Walsh P . Walters W B Wray R Warner J Waters Chas 2 Weber Dr West J R 2 Wilson WW 2 Wilson A WilLerger Jno Winston Dr R L WIson Jno W WIseE Thomas Ssm ; Tucker R II U V Cnworth James' V Vanpeltw D YK i Walker D . WardL Warren A WardP Ward A M Wells P a WIbb James Wilson G W L WlsonJF Welett Geo Winston It T Wnght B F Wllletts G X- ThomasGS 1000 Acres of Land for Sale. THE above tract of Land Is situated la the county ot Dyer, on tbe Obion river, ten miles from -T) vers burg, and win be sold cheap for cash, or In ezchznge for real estate In the dty of Memphis. For further part li ti ls rs apply to the undersigned, at Memphis, Tenn. nwaraa JOHX F. SALE. Williams Col W 3 WBllams X Walker, iSnMsr Walt M Warner Sam A Wash & Mason Watsoa O D Weathtrall J T WWlsmson T B WHson G A Wilson J 0 Wekh Paul Wlnterwiti J WlggsML WUIetts E W WHHams G J Williams A T WbitOeH G W Whit R Woodin A T WoIfBF, a WhltntrBsn D Land and Eesidence. XEJj, THIETT acres of Land, and- ReeMence of Mrs. i, one mile South ot Memphis, on Jackron 5i5trrTt, will be Rented or Leased for several years. Tbe pltce Is well Improved, and has everv verietv of line fruit. Apply to JOHX PARK. dec2-lm Choice Gills for the Approachinj fceason PRE3EXTS FOR CDRISTM1S AAD IVEiF YEAR, AT TnE BOOKSTORE Or Grcorgo 3rt.trtifii on es G.. 263 MAIN STBEET. GEO PATTISOX fa CO most respectftdry Invite tbe " attention of these who are la pursuit of HOLIdat PEES EX TS, to rat and examine their collection ot Bock Stationery. Fancy Articles, and Games. Ihe assortment Of Books, embrace ih On ileal, His torical, Poetical, Btorraphmi. Biblical, Voyages, Tra.eis Anauals, J a verities. Fldleo. Bibles ami The P.-.t e ml Prayer, lri varieties of bindtsgs to smt the purchas ers. Some in v ftet, ikhly omameBted; some lnMo roe, Csif and Turkey Antique, with clasps and oroa malted :omrs. V'ritlnzDrtts In PaDlerMach. Wurk TUvmrfat Tart Folios do; ReUcales do ; and Inzstands do; Puft FUio ef-f wi acHioiseyjiorocco, writing Dests at Mahgany and Rooewooi, Work Boxes of Mahogany. Ruswood and EUny, Cabas and Companions or Turkey and Velvet Gold Pens anl Gold Casey, Gold Pencils, Inkstands, Fecfctl. En. ves. Pocket Books, Cud Cases, Jewel Boxes, RetP cults, Traveling Bags. Gaines, Directed Maps, and the nk.at Game out for children, catd Changitg PlgureSi soaAthiag new ; also. Cloth hocks of every vs nsty For mote particulars call and eee them. dec!9-2w Leaves THIS DAT, Jaai axj 1st, at I x. How "W-ekly?Packjt for Caira ik ITashviLle. ' ALEOXIA..ames MUler, Ml iter; Jams Hunt, CIsrkj U TUI3 splendl I passengeracket mas la - MTI caaaeetkm with he MtmpalAnd Ken 'Orleans Packet Line, and Illinois Cent Railroad. For freight or sxsaage. sdi onboard or to LATALLETTZ & MORRIS, Agents, Jan-it j Leaves FRIDAT. January 2d, at 3 o'clock, r. , Tv rTkite Kirer, -. EVAKSVILLE .RJLX r Jo.ts f, -Master. Burr sna Farley; Clerks. THIS light draught passenger Jack, will leave as above. Tor grsfshtorpas sage, basing superior accommodations, apply a board er to Agents. lan-lt LATaLLETTE t MORRIS. Agents. -JSC. Regular illcspbis aad White Rlrer James JLaugJiliM, P. MAIXGACLT, MasterS 'j P. EOOKEB, ClersT. J. THIS fast raacrog, freight aaapaiseo iTI gerpacxn.'wiu leave aiemsnuzor act- sonport?and all internweiate laniunat, , every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, r. if. For freight cr pstsage, apply oa board or t TT.yr. HODGE, Agent, dec30-3ta Xa 3 BanKArrsne. : 185G. r r r r 2 t 18Q7, 3ICL.EL.1.0N & SBPEIUOR. James P. Smith, Master. BEGULAE U. 3. HAIL PACKET USE." I. OX the resumptlca of .fK3fe&W r.avltlcna line of first I jM-j. yrf dass psckets will com-flA meace their regtilar trttaaaaeBBjBE53Ba bhi Uemnhn. Cairo and LonirrJle. cocnectrcz at Memphis with the Kew Orleans patket Uoe, at Cafro witn tbe Illinois untrai sauroaa, ana at uuisvins wiia the LoulsviUo and Clarmruti packet line. m These Bau ar fitted up and f urnltced la elegant style. wLi every regard for the comfort and convenience ot pvsseai rs, are fleered by careful and expertaKed men, who. by strict atttntloa to business, hep to merit the Ofifideace sad patronage of the public. LAVALLETTE It MORRIS, Agents, aempws; oc21 BEXEDICT JtSOX. Agents, LouUvUle. 3 Eagle and Enquirer copy Christmas is Coming! TUST received a kt of Firo Crackers, by eJ H H. POTTER, tiCl6- Mi.ln.st., 3d door North Wortbsra House. For Sale, "ti, i u a v t; a small improved place for sale near !3So Raleigh midway between Baltlch and nnloaSe- Mason House. THE stftscriber having opened tbe above men tioned Uoute, on the West aid of Shelby street, between Gayoso acd Union, Is now prepared to receive all who may favor him with their nat- ronage. His bouse Is Miuated convenient to the steam boat landing, and contiguous .to the bustae portienof the dty, and passengers .wishing to take the Railroads can take the omnibusts from tbe door. The House j eatlrrly new, and has been newly famished from top to bottom. He solicits a share ot the public patronage d18-3m M. W. MASOX. JOHN B. B0TT0, BOOT AND SHOE m,y:xj' if act : No. 66 Front Row, Willlsms E B Williams E P Willisms Joe X Wil'lams C 0 White Geo 2 White J White L Woodward A Woodhall A M Wormllghter H Wolf M Wanwell fl Tarbcrengh CAM Teatman J W Taung M X Zoush n W. II. CARROLL, P. M. Memphis'; January 1, 1857. V pot, on the SomerviHe Plank Road cantalnine .eight acres and a fraction. The lmrrovemenu I consist cf a dwelling with four rooms, kltchea, smoke boose, stables and a mill house all new. It Is a deslra M fl. (SrwA rfn lirl.H . -n .11.11.1. 1 the vidnity of 2ne school, and a good aad healthy S1GA OF THE BIG BOOT, Iucifcuvjiuwu. iur arc Booscriptions already secured to erect a fins Academy within three-noarb-rs or a mis Iff lb place. The place will be sold far less than the Im provements cent, If application be made toon. Apply to W. M. HCTTOX, er G. B. LOCKE. riovS8 Auctioneer aad Real EsUto Broker. Memphis, - White Rirer and Sapoleoa u. s. 20JI, PACKET, Hdena, Friar's Point, Laconia & Concor3iaT- . STEAMER KATE FRISBEE.Ifc? .. JOHX tT SHIELIir, Master....WM. T. WOOD, Clark.sr THIS new. splendid and fast steamer, , n having teen purchased for the Packet Tiad.- is place or the Jam's Laugminwtu 'continue regularly la the trade. leaving Memphis every MOXDAT and V21DAT at 2 o'clock p. it., punctually, connect fag at Kapoleoa with White id Arkansas river boats, tikwg freight and passengers to White river at regular rat eav Returning; leaves Kap- ' ken every TCESDAT and SATURDAT, arriving at Mem phis Sunday aad Wednesdar.evenlngs. Thankful for former patronage, the owners hspe to merit a eoatlnuance of the i am to their new boat, pro mising strict attention te Boslni-ss. LAVALLETTE & MORRIS, Agents. Koticx TO SnirrEM. The "Frisbee" win receive, freight until one o'clock on Mondays, arkkdurlng the en tire day Thursdays, and until one o'clock: Fridays. is HoIIOTiay's Ointment. Allen MA Anderson J aha Anders M G Andrews w A flThefaamrtte Kaibville Backet Aleona. win leive Ibis e Teniae, at 3 elaltek, for Hsckataa. Caiio and Kash- nro nwivcij rrmedr raned thronrhoct the rlfihe t hTne-, ; She itltl lraVdWrht; aad paagVri fih"ray"iI?)S7 fS-"5"riifu7of the luck-woods la his wigwm, and the I ASlre?rl,r:a . ... . . ... .... . -h- fi.n.,4. ,i.i, I .v . .- ii- . I Jk , -l I AHiriCU t. Mm wouma -i.y iuv i unSI IWi,lBn Ul AUSimil IU IU UCSVII, rc K11LC I 1.1 T.I.,. ia rat Kaateae at Patre, ana persons leaving on familar with this all-powerful Ucga-ct. It will cure any 'hat Ml arrive jit Uate for the G a'ctuck train en Sa'.urdry j 0M standing wound cr sore. x iag. She ha good accasmedat4is for passengtrsSI at the manufactories, Ko. 80 Maiden Lane, Kew aa hat gvrjte-inialr afaeers. rrhuare heriagents. J3 The-Mtut u now dut fram Xew 0ant,-.She, tc-enmowaficrticen will be at fneBBBBteg to-day. . .Tejrs-rr, . ... at 2 r.-rlorkrWfwr'- ? - IfMsWJIaVlt; icr. "MR TTIrVllWrJ5Sw,-uH,?li?" vsra Mathinsfor passeng.'n st at the manufactories, Ko. SO Maiden Lane, Kew Mijirs ijvaillcStt fMork, and Ko. 244 Strand, London; and by all drugglsti, - -wfttS5e.,axc.,aad lperptor box. V " S ! tlVattwawlw A 1 esfls taay, WEiraa otkfr aelekri. nto pua, aadjcoasbiafd e eoostaat Izwrfeetly sBicted to aaf lkTBMe BstaV, uA- i wubxaaUttic glee. Mis Ho: y tsi aalai, be aaaea a name wtjitk Is knowa tFakeaat u Avast aad Sure swrtk to enalh 1m acting, sinaAg. drea iflaeiikC, hav- created a perfect strcr wVrei feas appeal id Msm Vmlako, aa Capfain .'tlrk, plsy faaWeeaa witk tbe amt perfeetlErace aad elc0Bce. Mr. flla ail ASt's paaa that occaiai. namely, thetejiawaa. aPWtsssasi tather et Pat aaafes-win be tatrfe br. Mr JktnaOtTSOV, wbsjrls rptiten of by tbe Noctkerrf ts at p!isac the prt with tbe znttetf sjMrit aad trssteT We LkcttkefWr iturjfictmtrt will ksre aicrewoed i te with tetymxauj Xw Tetr. ' , ot Citt CtwxciS. Ac- eit Board ef AJtstaieu jLanaet Pftawal, Chainaaa Sauarsux; Al- Barry, Varider, Bupreef Cutis , aaddprrnd. I a?ftl tbe tuUowtas rdiaanO : Board of AayoT arnd AU Buval. AlCro wtr.. ttCrcmtfT' Inaar- v BBUjeoat4Jiuie;-tha1r occapattati la ttseseaBtseaM 1 tr JWpVet to flk sjhdsaknoe ef the cMr sa rekateVto TjQsanceuf this sort b K'ordex.' ' " eri4-T'' aali laul, Sbr.w aad Hatha f fEr4AL M3..c 1 piage t-Car IK f retain he CUfmf aal i ill ii in at-. ' MRti tkgsMtMt0feh. TJJBansummmKmfr pate,;'.,- i atE-jmaBBBBCUUT FlrraBBaaBTthsk vitisrSblludeaaan saaB AltrBT.-b rtncatM selfe1JtewS a VStth,'! Wjrt. osa If ts-erdi- - 'ft . eaia ret - - a . ifwth X '11 Aafcrasaail 'Aaaartll HatV s : taeOMinance Cosuslit. aa. - - - 'rd1rittstaf Mr. JatbS iSMssLWasTsrsdiaeceirrd. aai JL TrJairBiJieedWthet pf.i ta;'asjn-raki3nrd ay n was stal at Sherlcsile, en . uoi i-ara sae namsicxjatr left XishviB list tvrallt iff ce. . ' V 1 v. OrycnsaATi3kj(eBiber St. River fear feet and a halt! sa chacDel.aafl fSlhsr St. Lorts, fseeesaeer 31. The river la faniBg fL Atrrvrd ssaaaa Planet ; departed steamers KennetM smiaa aaa jtoeseaa. LomgriLLE. DeceaiUi- 31. It has been snowias; all day. IhereareSvefeetlathecaBal. The Empire, is iss4 p. Arrived eteamert Sataaehanna. Virciela. WkMltw aad Ttom iL.. rA a-.. i . . ' r . i . unwi. u j 1 1 1 A akav. . J Is in th Itast-diseased, to go at once to O. J. WOOD A I Rowers W M aaa xeaaraaaua Ol iaatkjplara 1- AMeriMBiikaaeB arggTtiiaaTTliar - f fwUcsrwitt K -4 MJil EteswaxaaMtT fi K ' dLsjoo cf tbe 1 1 iiiWI aeasM!' a 'La- ITsVl hCal k f I .eaartm, aocef teeVg t null imm nil aaosBCTva' iae,ntiM.. f 'Jgpx-A- stayiJs,! ed Mr. WtBl4a Tveaevrtw t 4 -r. mraer. .;- 1 iTV. J..m. . - a deettl4pal, M. the Board ldertagpYresn USe Fifth Wafd u-.t 'it L i A s 1 a; deexue4MtVlecedaKuRT .W laeseB. n waretvp atfbMaCet. Ae ih . ii AhHrBa FaJpBler lvm Jyi Wi AMeraiaa tsaareessnxBBt . : ' A.eraua aominated Mr. i V AMsrssaa Beghrt aaatoated f : The BBl8JtsB were . praceedtd lohaaht for A! ? Tbt fttov4ttKthreialt JL Hi BVRtjaaafc ait a 2 Mr. WorajfJeja. .... J i Mr. ir9SfSer.t.....v.. .. Mr. A. H. IJmbjI was 1 f the nsrdaf Otderaaess aad;a IbeartAoHxeiLSA. itwzas election. Jfliatoey, Thai OMDouirtaH he delyed vnaniawtsty tegctea -mrmp a or the mi a ware, aa, duaee er ar. t mast, rvatnev Tip) Vi dtVvt thBt&sericf reaorclioa oaaaUB r lhrle3attsiue4S) U .. lv. AIJl aaatWOtaVEVCt W use APiarW. AsA!. tedkj arotEasr redMes(an..tfij 'alt ' - - , . t Papbe etT.Tedrt Vreaatbte aad TeaMnl (aftBad?Ulew. - . as Haafb rnsistcO ttet s TuetBCaiiarai first Kb Aid. Herii,itwr and rjaaii MARRIED. Oa tkeSMk althB. br Rev. J-W. KeelL Mr. E.G. Garrett ard MtW M. A. Collisc, all af this ettv. Taaterday evtatac Slat altme, eaCsart street, by Rt. Her. James H. Otey, OLIVER R. Miixeb, Kq., of Rip ley, Ml., and Mis Ji lia M. Tomo, f Memphis. J TSEW ISAIaIa! ' GRAXD FIREMEN'S FESTIVAL. AT ESCHAUGE BUII1DINGS, JIMiAUY l.T. AtfRAXD Plmet.'s and Cttixesu.' Bill wld beglnn. t Exrhaage Butldtncs on THURSDAT EVEXIXG, Jaaeary 1st, br Wahington Fire Company JS'o. $. Ke exertion kill be spared on the part ot tbe Managers to xaaki this the grandest .fair ot tberseasen, One 1 f the most celebrated rettaurcteun et tbe city beeatssfaged to set the SUPPER, which the Mass era Dressier wMIVeeh aaei as the ladlxa and nU- 'ana whe haaor the Festival by their presences Win be pessedly sattsayd wi;b. - --j.,. e xaeaey qrttsse win b spared In raakicr .this Ball every way wtth'. of thepiaretageaf ourPl:vfcenfrlndi and tbe ckttseas rezrTaHy, . Ticket. Ftfni StliOCitizens i3 00. lobe ha! at the HoMta, ot tajr iliaag-rl, ar al the door. cormiTTEE or aurancemehts. i4 D. P. HOLdmITH, W.S. FULTON, ' JAMES HOLT, T. W. HICKET. t r TLOOK MASACEBI. 9. p. goldsmith, joiixzext- w.tiittkt.t.'e. v u.&iii, u. i.r.L.1,1, jAau7utiiiy KunaiiT alli, usti uuk.ns. . , ,? Jr LADIES COJtMITTEE. .. JORXTRAIXBR. P. MAKXLXG. iT. DOUGHERTT. . , - - - , TTet Nurse Wanted. A7PLT at the res kleno of J. p. rRTaR,on Court street, east of Third, or aivthe lUmle and Enmirtr office. Piease appij Immtdiately? JTtx most liberal wares -nil be JSven. dec24-tf SSpCiIf acy one should ask us what, in our I J?13-" BiKiyarnviM at by an impartial test, wss in bast ana mMtlionbtRtvmpouadad remedy for prtssrvlng, beau tifying aad gray hair to lta original color, we sbould,thFijtailon, say Prof. O. J. WOOD'S Halr rstoratlver rf''" His preparation thoa&nds har tested and ar ready ia endorse Its ejCceHeac. Thousands mora bars need ot Ihs tame preparation, and w would advise all whose hair GENTjLEMENS' L.IST. A Alexandria John Able Jacob Asber Edwin Anderson Wm AsbyPreaion AtbryJaaws Apple gate T Apple Jacob Allen Thos Arrlngton Wm Avers T J Ansborn Silas Armstrong T A AlboyDan Amorrt J J Ashbrocks Theo 2 Abestock Jame R 2ivkwell J Bla.k DM Ballard A B t Bra -Hey Joseph B ack V M Baleman W II Birker Henry Barrey W H 'J Barless Dr F n 2 Bala W P. Brace Martie Battle WM Blair John H ' Baker P R Bell P BelsherBT BelsherBT Asbtord J If Abbott Moses Blanher W11 Blake I, G Black K Balrd Dr B F Bell, Johnson & Co Bernard S M B-nnett W M Bel and Louis Brigham John Droyles Joba CO 'S store, 114 Marktt street, and lay In a supply of bis invalcabls Restorative Tvtit of n J. Wnnd i. rv... ltl Uarkei atrevt.St. fLoult, and of druggists generally. dec!2 daw2w Bowen Arthur Bowen A Brown G S Brown M R Brown John D Brown Jason Bunch A M BnOngton Chas RENT. . FOR RENT. 1 A tZtSh TWO-STOar DWELLING HOUSE onjler-l Mu!!!l well et-water, a large garden, and ah tb'enc-' . ST. iiH.eessarfcnvesiterce tore lsrge family, t Pos- Apply 10 J.J5.STAXTOX. sesrten given 1st January r-rxt, 5ec21-2Tr . . f, , ror sale, A LOT OF G0UXD oa Hernando streeti jnst forth ot Seal street. Tbe lot has Jivrdllnj lecpoa ilvDuittb'e forastnalt famitri For rsrtler particulars, itqwre er juum ukuwt( m dec! 9-1 m - - - rtfir.i J- "i j? m 9 aHof whlehwe areeeiling very low. i dc23 V J. rl JIKKRlKAHyft CO. 1 A Oreat Variety Of ueecx.!Bcsas are generally sept most beautiful ftytea, sultabUs for Holiday Presents, r jtJt Debate tc&a 10liiSaitd the foBouteg sroeniraen.-, tofA. . . r-:- . m v BgBfjS- xagaiBueaz Retilced, Tbatiit Hrw and Fie a ace 9unlttet are inv aaMnarfua siav an aaa tease out ip easier iiavv Trd m aecb pareehi as they ausKhlBs: beat calejaletflAo rva crij,ajo itk 10 rmaiofcL he first t January ftnt. .1 ., ' 2GBIatli!oii Street, Up Stairs,; IiNTStUlAJOE A M Tfl trnti sntrsi np'-rrrr ntfr y I Marine Insurance Companies in Unmlnited .States. 2 Excliange and iVote Broker. 1 -IwlHttendlothe aegb'iatlcii of alls KOTES AND BILLS OV EICIIAXGE.' ocl7- - - f , . I..JW . 'nst deceived, by Adams' Eatress, A LARGE LOT OF ibseqaiartly witbetawii. . f " hs reaaMlea, aadKallcd" fori 4 AJfh IlaPrt. tttlag.the (hSast rrHteClotliing', Ladies' XD ether good, wbkh we will tell a . low v.rices tamo traae. to cioje out. siaiuit b an. tdecSd, lw J& Front Bow, coraer JrSeri ONE MONTH LATER. From tbi Photographic end Fine Art Journal, pub lished in Kw Tori City, November number, page 352: THE MAIiAINOTYPE. "This style of picture w have tpoksn of In a former number, and wa can only add here that our prediction as to their capability of superceding the Ambrotype, is fast -becoming realized. There Is a pleasing artistic efftct about them that can never be produced by the Ambro type'. This, together with the perfect ease with which they can be made, tbe certainty of their everlasting I coX jj w- ua!lty, and the Impossibility of their destruction by anr I Cummlngs of those accident which would be lbs ruin cf an. Am brotype, will secure their general adoption. " W. 3SC. XJoSSCOlNTCr. 181 Main street, opposite the Worsham House, has the exduslre right of this dly for the MALAISOTTPE FATEXT They are much superior to the Daguerreotype, Ambro type or Sphereotypc, and cost utt the same. dec2-tf Win. A. Batclielor's Hair-Dye. GRAT, RED or RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a beautiful and Katural BROWK or LACK, without the least iaj ury to hair or skin. Fifteen iledalt and Diplomat have been awarded to WM. A. Batchelou since IS39, and over 60.000 appli cations have been made to the hair of his patrons Qjfr-'?ahP D . Xi i.fi. -.;n.i .1 .,.. i-. v.i ni. , 1 w " 'reft Is ucjast, as ltrwonldbe against covering a bald fcad with a wig. ti iU. A. iiA n.lii.lAJJi UAiu-uiiI. pivuatcii a hwi not to.be dlstlagalsheif from nature, and Is aarranted not to Injure In the least, however long lt may be continued. Made, sold or applied, (In nlze private rectus,) at thr Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, Kew York. Sold in aU dtles and towns of the United Slates, by Druggists ana fancy uoous scalers. - t3 The Genuine haa the name and address upon a steel-plate engraving on four sides ot each bottle, of WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR, "e 233 Broadway. Kew Toi k. EJ- Far i 1 Mby S. MAKSFIELD & CO., and Druggists generally, u mayxi-itwawiy Blake John Maker S 2 Barkes J F Bales T R Barklett G M BanncnPat 2 Barber Tbos W Bartlett E 11 Barker Tbos n Eslesly J Bell G E Berges John Benard Sam M' Brit bam R S Eroyles Wm 2 BaydD J Boyce Wm Bower C E Brown James K Brown Hon Milton Brown Robert 2 Broi-n W A Bosh L X EurkPJ Beatty H K Clark A M Hark Joba Caldwell S W Chapman J L Carpenter John CaflVyP.W Carr Frands Cheek A Clinton J J Cook JT Cole n W Cummours D B Davis WP Dsvls Thos Dsvles Din W Daly M P Dyer Aug Dickscn John Dodge KE 2 Dorherty P Derson K Dupole A Dun R T 2 Elliott Joseph Engl lib. S English Thos Evans R 3 3 FarrenF Parrel James Ferguson W W Fleming Andre Fisher Andrew" Foster Charles Fos'erWH Bennett 1: A Brink D n 2 Brooks George Bleck Kick Bsyd.C BostickA IloydD Brown W B Brown A Brown Carroll Brown Wm H Buckley E Buster Walker c Clark 1 lira D Carltonr.C Claiborne John C Campbell AD wrrM Chase J F Carson James Cheatham V T 2 Crisp E V CastUIoMM Coleman J P Comer James Crump Wm II Cunningham A D Davis Charles Davis Wm H Davidson Henry Den ire Wm Drlscoll R Dixon Robert Donaldson P Donegan Jas E Djyle John Dunlin WT Duncan T J E FJllottC-" Hdrldre JW, JIarly S W. Etanslofeph EstesAB Evans Jas n F FrianePp Freeman Edwin Fatherarn John a'riersonTW B Fsurths Dr Steven Foy G W. Foster T-D Foster Wm rallertonWm 3 Fuller George Osyton Mosbr Clark Adam Campbell Jas R ChampUn John D earner James Chaffee X Carr Jas W Cllf ton Thos A Cooksey John W Coleman T B Cowly J J Ooddrlngton David Cunningham D T Davis D S Dayton II G Drake Jas T Dearmond J B Dyer B T Dickey John Dowell DrAlex Dodge WK Duval James Dun WD "EDHOSDSOX & ARiUSTROiVG, Dealers in Hides, Oil & Leather, NO. 217 AULV STREET, KEEP constantly on hand a fell assortment of artldes la their Une, consisting in part ot French and American Calf Skins, Hemlock and Oak Tanned Sole Leather, Skirt ing, Harness, Bridle, Lace, Wax and Kip Upper Leather, Japanned and Enameled Leather of all kinds, French Patent Calf Skins, Black and Colored Morocco, Kid, Fad, Lining, Topping, Hog and GuatSklns. Also, a full assorts ment of Saddlers', Shoemakers' and Tanners' Tools, Sad dlery Hardware and Harness Mounting. Terms Cash, or satisfactory paper. BANDS! BANDS II BA5)"DSIII Constantly on hand a tun assortment ot both Machine Stretched Leather and Gum Elastic Gin and II III Bands, of all sizes, from 2 ro IS Inches wide. Also. Gum Elas tic Hose and Packing, assorted site. EDHONDSOX & ARMSTRONG, sepll Ko. 247 Main street. look : look: : HAPPY AND GLOEIOUS HEWS ! The greatest wonder of the world has at last been dls- covered a specific la disease DR. SLEDGE'S KER- VOUS TOXIC, for the care of ChiUs and Fever, and a pre ventive to all grades ot Fever, as well aa a cure. It has been fully tested for the last four years, sod it Is now conceded by scientific men to be one ot the greatest dis coveries known toman. This will be disputed by thou sands, no doubt, but It Is so. Read, look, and Judge for yourselves. " Fifty thousand dollari will be psid to any person who will produce Its superior. 7bi Medicines can be found In all th Drug Stores and Iowa throughout the entire West. J. H. SLEDGE. Certificates. Memphis, October 3, 185S. This lstoceitifythatwehavebeen selling large quan tities of Dr. Sledge's Celebrated Remedies, and take great pleasure la recommending them to the afflicted as possessing remarkable properties In controlling the dts peases forwhicb tbey are recommended, and we have no hesitancy In giving our testimony in favor of their supe riority over other preparations for tbe same disvaset, as tbey seem to give universal satisfaction to all those who use them. Mansfield & Co., Druggists. IV j ton & Harbin, Druggists. G D. Johnson, " Ward 2c Jones, ' Chandler St Co., nenryWade, " a, joyner tc uo., " W. M. Shtlton, novlS-datwly Suburban Residence for Sale. IT OFFER for sale, upon good terms, tbe former Resl X dence or C. F. King, Esq., lying en the north skle of the new state-lice road, a mile and a lAlt east ot the dty. The tract contains II attes, and Is Improved with a small residence of three rooms, well and other Improve ments. at Also, a four acre wood kt. nearlvonooslte. ThU trrt Is within three quaatera of a mileot a good church and sthool, and Is In one cf the best and healthleat n.l-M,r- hoodi In the vicinity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE, novn Auctioneer and Heal Estate Broker. FINE RESIDENCE FOR sTLeT" j orris uxor sale, on easy terms, tbe Que resi dence known as the Hter place, eathe Mem phis and Germantown Plaak Road, tw indoBe . half miles from tbe dty. Ten to twitttv-Sve acres of land will be sold with tbe residence. Apply to I x,. a. iiaiiAvrwtH V,. V. JICI.CA.N. - UeClO-lf IVTc ixiioiui s , 1oxi3a..- rSV -j KKBrccoBstaBtiyonband, BOOTSand,. j3di'J SHOBS. of bis own mate. a:s ef other s I W.rBaaaaetBrers. He keps, alw, Leather, V ' ,p"Soe and Oncer. Calf Skins. Frrnrh ni Am-rican Shoe Findings. Trunk. Carset Baes and Vi Use, all of which he wfl set! as cheap as any ia this mariei. uive nun a can Before perchaslng elsewhere. dcIS WANTED TO HIRE, BV TBE ilUmphis & Charleston Railroad Co. 20O 2nEG-07aLO TTAivmcai fllC' work on repairs ot Track, at nations and on Trains X tmpwyraent perraaneat, wages, pay monthly. Apply will, aj mm or personally. u B. AIRES, d(t3-dlm Supt. of Transportation. Mempkis FJ1I'U, FOR SALE. S TWO-STORT Brick House on DeSeto street, Tr.l n. Rfiwn'i lnn, n . 1 i " i g.V. 1C1WUIS, trltrhen anil aervanL's rrAm .Haw m w j., .barrel caters, two-ttory porch. lattlcfd. Tirn A A . wfnn.r .. . ' Q Enquirer copy. det3-tlan Family Residence for Rent. A COMFORTABLE BRICK DWELIIXG. on St. Martin, near Vance street, containing feer rooms, nail, porch, and cellars, kitchen. c. The lot contains about H of an acre of ereund. Possession given January 1st. For terms apply to HEXRT F.JAMES. ALSO, a small FR-iME HOUSE, with two reams, kitchen, i.c ,on Vance street. West of Bayoa Gayoso. dec!6-tljaa HKXRT F. JAMHS. WBDEA.TOIsr, HASJnst received those tine Cassimere and Dress Silk lists. G- ntlrmen who have been walttnc can now be supplied with those decant Hats. diclO-tllsn FittPburgli Ale. Tl'ST l eceived, 300 bus. Smith's superior Pittsburgh d Ale. n. H. POTTER, dec!3 Maln-st, 3d door Xorth Worsham Heose. Christmas fljTss AMD NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS: C0X3I3TI3O OF Ulnsical Instruments, AT OXE-TniRD LESS THAX THE REGULAR PRICES .Your is tht Time to nale Four PurcAssct axif Sarr onr-Tftird of 1 our Money I MTiicipl MT stock comprises all ar- a i -.r.' i ii.'Im i ir..t.;iiv. , . Piano down to a French; FOR SAlaE OR RENT. I OFFER for sale or rett, the RBSIDEXCK lately occupied by Dr. Bagby, sitnated ji the Raleigh Plank Road, ooe-half mi.e East f the city limits. The Residence contales tta raim with an efflce. kitchen, aervants rooms, dstera, well, smokehouse, carriage bouse, stables, good gardes, an frulf, sbade and everrreens, ic., all ia perfect order. Piesess.on given 1st February. Apply to G B Locke, r W. G. HARDING. dU3-f fllEiliPIIIS IXSURAXCE C03JPASY, Itlcnipltis, Tennessee. CAPITAL '150,000. T. W.Wilkinson, Pres.; Ben Hay, Sec orricc ox JErrEasox street. DIRECTORS. H. O. WALKER, SAIL M0t3T. T. w. Wjuriaios, T. H. At.t.vx, MEMPHIS & IsTEW ORLEANS 1S56. 1857. " rr order to accommodate the publ-c, the owners and . masters of the Packets heretofore in the trade between the two cities have organiK-d a. Company to run a Trt- Weekl Line ef Packet betwetn Memphl ana .tv ur leans, under the name aad style of the Memphis and Sew Orleans Packet Co. The Boats composing tbe Line ar: all of th first dass. Inferior to none in the W it or South, for speed, eemtsrt and safety. Tbey win leave each place every AtondJjf, Wednttday aod Friday, at 3 o'clock r. af. Particular attention trill tepaid to vay ttirin nr. Monday Packets. NEBRASKA It." Ate x. Irwla, Masters IXGOMAR L. 'McDonough, " Wednesday Packets. JOHX SIMOXD3 -Wm. Wray, Uaster. E. R. W. HILL. .Thos. U. Xeyell, Friday Packets. BEX FRANKLIN... .M. G Anders, Master. BELFAST ..II. L. Church, " Shippers and Passeager mxy rely oa the punctuality cf the boat of this line. A ceatiBBaace of tbe patreaage bjtherte extended ta the owners ot this line is respeetfBUy salMted. LAVALLETTE i MORRIS, Agent. ' 33 OOce adjdtatag W. B". tchaand U. Co., cerser Court t treet and Freat Rpar. sep3 sep 3 Q. C. ATSinsoir, W. B. Ghees law, J. J. BAWLiaes. atrlMf Dry ;ootls at Wholebale. TX'ST received, direct from Kew Tork, on carasigaraent, J uf upwards of $30,000 worth ot seasonable Staph Dry Goals. Th goods being on consignment, I can af ford and win sel 1 better bargains than ever was ooVrei U this dty. MenhanuaBd planters, who wish to bay bj the piece will find to their Interest ft examine ray stod before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE, nc v5 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker. Estill FT Enlow J W ErwinJD . Exhoin E II' Edmondson C.D FavIUeAO 4 FleUherFM Furgeson Horatio Firth WT Just DEl.oo?ci nnn CASES Turner Brothers' Celebrated Ginger wine : CO cases Blackbery Brandy; 25 Pure Juice Port Wins ; 60 " assorted Cordials. ' . s " - urn. POTTER, dec27 Main-st.rMtloor north of Worshau House. Farm worth J C 2 Fowler Robert X Granuis John H Growcs R W 2 Gul'lvan John Gentry Jame 2 Green Hiram Goble Samuel B GMdaianXorrl Gsff David G cllero M H cash: cash: HIDES! HIDES 1 HIDES! 100,000 Hides "Wanted ! FOR whlehwe will pay th highest market price In cash. We also bay BACC00X, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER and BEAR SK1XS. In fact, any Skins used by TAN KERS or FURRIERS, wa wsnt at the HIGHBST.CASH PRICE, GEO. PHILIJ,irIc CO., novl2-Cm 73 Front Row. III des Ml l e.s !KS TWO hundred thousand Hides wanted, for-.whlch we will pay the highest market price la CASH. We also buy DEER and SHEEP SKINS tnd LEATHER In the rough, at all times. EDMONDSON & ARMSTRONG, novlB , Ko. 247Main.strtL HaUE nanley Peter Oawllns A Harris A H Harris Ievin 2 Hanson Wm A Harrison Z list Joseph A UeloaWm" Hester JB It HIT) L HU1R Holmes George TJ HowlandW.E noustrn w EopeRS Hoover A P nonck T L Himmel G Hunter Thos Glanrey Michael GatUU!KF Carey-Jonathan George John: Gldem Jileph " Goldstcne'TWia Golden Jo)a Goff Wmtt Guest Jsil II HachJPj Hsllerberglv F Harrison J2S Harper S W HardyAA' ngana WJT Harrison A?H narrla A Henderson A J Henry Was Highland Jiirsn wm D Irwin Peter Ingraham C James John Jamts Gro W James J H JoinerA Home GeoM Hornsby ILTJ Howard W,W linDOardR Hecks G B Hunt Thos'-B XP Irwin RM.. IngalsbeFI Jlllg Georgia Jt Jack-on George It Jotley Henry Geray W Gage James Garrett B G George Wra Gillespie George Goodwin Levi D Gorman John Gordan Dr Jas nll James M UamUton T A Uachenberg DrGP Harrison Geo R . 2 narden W G " HarlDH Hargrove R W narrlson John H Herring E Hendricks Geo IIII1 John D nsUltcd Elliott nolcomb J W Hope Jshn ' Howard JJ Houston Goodwin Harty Ma(hen nuntJ t Herllly" T t 'KHOwIes1 ratcnt Malay Saw Mills. ORDERS will be received for the above celebrated Mills at $1200 half cash, balance In six months: or. in lien of any deferred payments, we will take the taring In Lumber, exhibited fay the Knot Ira Saw, over the common Saw, for twelve months. The Mill Is guarantied to cut 1,000 feet per hour, cutting time, with six horses' Dower. I Address or call on J. BEATXIE, Jr., general agent, Ko. 43 Ir runt now, j&empms, Tenn. K. B. These Mills, with power necessary to drive them, will be sold for S1S00. . Thn Mulav and a cans of three Saws, with potrsr, wiil be sold for $3,000, guaran tied to cut 20,000 fit t of Inch board per ten hours, cutting time, on forfeit of deferred payments or saving of lum ber. dec27-tf Memphis and Charleston Railroad. Waf 'g-mraBaaii.aaaBBa,!; Freight will be Received for Corinth Station, TiROVIDIKO that assurance be riven that lt will be re- X moved from the Company's charge within twentr- four nours after arrival. This requisitions imperative, as th Company Is not yet provided with buildlnrs or piattorms ror storage. In case of non-removal, the freight wli! be transhipped tn rlhlwal'a Station at tb rl.t-in.1 ik dfcJl-Jlw II. AYHKS, Sapt. of Transportation. narp. 200 Guitars, beauutlfully InlaW with Peart, at S3 to 850 COO Violins, French Sermen and OMCrraosea, 76c to 6C ou sans,aouoieanaintlebeads,pncrsfroiB93 to 15 " - to 12 " 7 to 20 " 75c to 10 75c"to 3 ' $1 to 4 " I5c lo 4 " 1 to 26 Garrett's SnulT. 1CA D0ZEX Garrett' Snuff In bottles t JLtJU 100 dozen ' "papers; 10 bbls f bladders. For sale by WARD & JOKES. -decS Harness, Saddles, Bridles, -&c. WE have also added to our stock a full assortment of I Jackson Wm A Ready-Made Harness, Bridles, Saddles, Collars, Whlpj, I Jones I N &c, to which we Invite the attention of both th whole- " v -sale and retail trade. n ..4. woyner Jackson F.LT JacksoaAM. Joses'P " ' Jones Dr Van Jones MV- 4 Eepll EDM0ND30N & ARMSTRONG, Ko. 247 Mala street. Jones WK Jones Morgan P Jones'JJ!; 1 Johnson James D Johnson J j Johnson Andrew Jj 5" Knapp O S Kennedy J.n ting a Kingwell J W Lanier BP' - Laughtta David vn Kay Wm Ked WC KlnaeyO--- AlCgUI . Is Landlss AL Lent John ssnreet4 I XT'TOXT'toJXTJ 'tO ZPoTX3.a3.CB DR. CHEESETiT A TTS PILLS.- THE combinations o( Ingredients In tht le PUIS ar the result cf a lonr and extensive cradlce." Thev ar mild in their operation, and certain In correcting. ail Ir regularities, painful menslrnatloa. removlac all chstrse- tloas, whether frbm edd or otherwise, healche,fte In I Lewis Jame ijf Lererett GM the side, nalnltatlon o' the heart, dtstnrlyrf W-r('ai!cJi t Lewis S -rttlt. v . always arise from laterruptloB ot nature. liuj ti be I LltUeJohn J.B- Lynch The i successfully used as a preventive. "Thaaa'Ptls ehealdi Llwlsaavi Joha Lord tmr, never be taken in pregnarxy, at they ,weH a.SBt,Wl-UfsejrJtT5--t Levyjasepli rrreirom airuuiii lninnour to mi or aan directions, which should be rekd. "r "-nrirr nari msi, -zorasMia auspatv T JataWlT ' - . 'M Alll lCTlSfi C1 S.'Ma 8.D. JORKSOst, fc JOXtsti. "? ' WARD try- 8ni by mnty mclosiag $r to Dr. COtiM t. nTtKRWiTAV. Vs. Ifti Rnnatwav Vw Tist majM-etwavriy Jjoyfrr-B ft . irn iCllwiaend-A;- Ltrmptlanlf it!dlXtia& NMaialA P k Marsh Jfw ,i f. Mncker W W 1 staii . Aiitci isenry Mohan Geo, J W MlskleHB-' MsAle' PT-iw Ml'klhu Thot Mwtai. BMtn.aijtiMer Peter Tb.VI., O Jennings Danlil Jackson JF 2 Jones R F Jones RS 2 Jones W Jones Kelson Johnson S W1 Kenner F Kennedy Denis KlngET KlngWA Lathrop Charles Leonard Dr G H 7a John Light RW J.HndseyL f LeckwocdH rC Lock Mr IacyJ) Moore 0 B Moore Crrus A Morton M R Montgomery P MontjotneryNtlson Mor and A s -Xots at Prirate Sale. I .OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, anlmproved Lott, 121, 122, 125, 12S, 103, 104, 131rn32. Improved Lots, e bbu, i ucui uu mc pian or suDoirision ot ureexuaw, SeArrans, Looney & Kede. G. B. LOCKE, govg- Anctloneerand Real Estste Broker. F.r Cfaristiaas &. New Year Holidays 1 JOSEPH SPE0HT, Manufacturer of IN AIA BRANCHES, American, lYeneh and German, .Ma'disou Street, eae Door Xast ef Slain. IX reiarnlng his thanks to tbe dtixens cf Mrmphlsfsr the.Tery liberal patronage extended to me, I wouVl la. test tbeas,- aad the public generally, that I haveiu't re ceived a- fres-a laaportat Ion, direct from Paris', of nryiicb and fins mods, suitable for 'presents and gift ia the coating holidays 7a addition to these. I have lt most extensive variety ef artldes of my orn -mannractnTe I ffnlLn cat IWlba vervbeci atai t.i. -Ith I CaMU afid Cakes, so that 1 am Drenared to ehajs-aCi I wivn EOOia m ray line. - AJo en haaa, Oraages, Lemons, Pine Apples, Ba Islet Cfaoesiate. Wises. Champagne. Sealed Frnlia. Xnt. Sar I dine aad Lobsters. ;,iU-.ireer ror jt-abtiks, balls, Ac, eiecuttxj (s the ateet dilraki aitnaef and oa tbe shortest cotloa. I Onlerj; fraa ta eetry carefully and promptly attead. l ed te.' . jM. rN, B Fjas M15CE Piag every day. deafS-liB .fiURiXO mil teasperary abesce, Joust E. Sapfas XJ Haks, Esq., 1 antbarlred to attend ic-any bnslaess appci talfilEg to His Mayor's o3oe. .T ' THOMAS B, ff AM0UC, Mayor. 600 Accordeons, 8, 10 andJ2 keys, iw r imioas a, tu ana n sevs 100 Drums, Snair.Tener andhildrens, " 100 Tambourine. 10, 12 and 13 inch, 50 Guitar and Violin Cases, " 560 Violin Bows, 200 Flutes. 1 to 12 keys, silver lined, ' PIANOS and MELODEOXS at cost lot cash. ALSO, Piano and Guitar MujJcaaWlsitotjllthe very lt"t aijflirillrf 8-lTitiflfnYrT, "lvut CanesrViWC HsgecfftJ, ClarioneU, Violin and Guitar Strings, ot the best quality. K. B. Persons living at a distance can, wit perfect safely, remit the amount of money they wish to lay oot la any kind ot aa Instrument, and I will select to suit "them. If not, the money will be refunded. Send in your orders lt you want good bargains, as my stock must be closed out. y..X BEXSr,X, decl9j2w Main street, Memphis, Tenn. To City vV Country MERCHANTS-! We have received a fresh assortment of WIJVTER GOO&S, fV? various Qualities, comprising Blankets. Kerseve. J Unseys. Satinets. Tweeds. Jeans. Fancy and Solid toiorea IX Lames, and 50 Cases late Stvlc Prints, all of which will be sold at 1 jwer prle?s than tbe same qualities were over before eftred la'this. market Mer chants wanting to replenish thdr stocks will find lt tc,. tneir interest to cau upon us, as we arecatpelled to dis pose of our Winter Styles to make room' to' the largest arni. irsturja, ever nrougct to mil city. nov25-dawlat-Is COS31TT HILL St TALMADGE, NEW CASH STOKE. T. Xi. TATIiOR, 184 Maln-st, opp. Worsham House. PLANTATION, STAPI.E AXD FAXCTI DBY GOODS, Men's and Youth's Clethisg, Hats, Shoes, &c, &c, Saddlery, Guns, Rises, Catlerr, Boys Double Guns. Fine Tobacco and Tea, LOW FOR CASH To leiiunin orD.ealefri. oct2.dtwawly-ls Christmas, 185G. ::::::: New Year. 1857. HOLIDAY CLOTHING. D. KAUFMAN & BROTHER, No. 10, : : PBONT BOW. ; : 26. 10. HAVE on handa most extensive assortment of Fash ionable Clothing for Wmur use, suitable tor the exquisite, the business man aad farmer. A LSI', a urge tixsr sta-lxi uii uuuus, jrur-T nlnhing Goods. Guas, Pistols, Ac r rerthermarr, tiow, silver ana Ptrteit watctici, Dotttat wholesale or retaL' Xo charge trade for showrng their Goods. deel3-d:waw GENERAL ( OLLECTiXG AGENCY. TTtSOM and after the flnt nf Jinmrr. 1T th'a niub... A? signed offers his services to the Merchants, Mechan ic :md Professional Men ot Memphis, as a Collector ot Notes aad Accounts. All Papers placed la my hand wi 1 be secured by re- ccir a iiq eaaorsemeat. Arrangementa made with buslt.ess houses by the year; or f er a stipulated per cent. Letters addressed to me through th Post Office, or left at tsy offla,Xorthweit corn r of Mala and Adam streets, up i.iiir. ui rvcvavv prompt atrenttea. "l!ClJ.-3a- J. MARSHALL WOODWARD, Piano Fortes for Sale. a UAVJi ia store, Jnst received direct 34 from A err Tork. TWELVE pfAVrr aoitiKa, from 6 1-3 to7 octave, ot supe- iu u.u .uuuinarak sarirs. Eaxne Deinr In'sld wUhFearff They vrlllbe told at greatly reduced prices. This presents a most favorable opportunity to purtcaae a superior instrument at a Bargain. Tel. t mam to sn: parchasers. G B. LOCKE, dic-13 tt Auctlcceer and Rial Estate Broker. JVotice CASH ADVANCES. rp HE undersigned, at preterit representing the house l or BKKH iiii ec. ualbwjjll, Mew York, win raakr liberal Cash Advances on Cotton consigned to them foe sate. Apply at 47 front itow, upstair. sep27-lf i WM. Tt. HULL Prepare for Christmas: TT H. POTTER'S, on Mala street. Is the placed get AA nue ssu aa indispensable acuclaa f ill ' ) i mm' JamammwamamKammCmm ct land .skBBBBBBaBBaSBBBBBBF'flr"' .eeaf aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBt rood! BBajBBBBM'BBBBiaBnBBBBl- fjaVe. tktmii Thes- Peters'' T HAVE for sale the X belonging to TOom1, Line Read and 'th; m milts east efX'mph: meets consists of a rodms end 2 eaMtJl Kitcaenu2''8e bam, carriae aiz 1 rone of thftkeet new and lii aerfecf and 83 K .acres of leBtUer sell the stock ot sheesv boa. : and pork, slauch'xrvd and bs bargain will be gtvdiii " Apeey1 yi mia. n v a mv Jt aaa " " I Irevssrprove IV large I, Ac !fd Itfltortit y eSflty, aH Ilaivt;rraent5 "ticnrei.i wni w, WI n, i L. . i , oats t tfco t bkAc house. A i 'The. Peters, on tha -1 i t rj.vi inpre AncVloneerand Bj-ai EatataBroker '!itANA?rAir,: " 4U. FROM tny alanUUca In Yalabfuia cccntr. Miss. . XC carSnoJjy, th-23ddascrNojabr last, iny negro ' boy IS.MCviAcst rrja tm' Isaac Is cf HlkViajtin fVa-aBB WIti BBBBBJBNr BBBBBBEaBBr BBBBBl SSWN-STWV1 t A Ifj- and IftkUiaaat , f,a wJsWSahslr by trade. I jbokea vrm give a reasoa asisai msm J; r jtoABBBahecsIan, My Post Otkhie CtlMastrstlM. ' aetia aaiwgw . JAMBfty. MW&TWr -TTJL'attesfdaeveeaatjy fi the reeking of Swsrco Lard YV aariji Warrw! u 'Ifis Jaekejupc.-t and aVbra rTTTHIIttri flfaka.l 1- n SAtlir -.-iis JVI"C" a- x aae sa , utue iter:, ATT,, Mag: sj. NerOrlainsi jr. p, akaai Polk, Hefiina, lir.rt.J; Pools. Watsoa. C. W. akaard Kouseeau Ltraaaai. sail ' laViaiiiii ttrn.i A. s. let. Jteere; abssi tpen, Arvrv. A- ALL pertons Indebted to me, titter by note or acconnt, .will please call at the oiilce of the Worsham House, and settle before the 1st Jannary next. Mr lmnrove- meiits navo cost me largely, ana x.net money. J. 3. WORSHAM, dsc!4-2w Proprietor, dL Card, TiR- SAMUEL GILBERT. So., has returned to his old XJ homestead near Memphis. nd reopened his Infirm ary, aaa wm remain prnimeniry. He treats the follow ing Chronic Diseases ; Cancers, Seroffhla, Wbl e Swelling. Tuiiors snd Wns. without Surgical operations. He alsc treiits all Chronic Female diseases, Soreset longstaadlag, Tet ler. Rheumatism, Syphilis, and all forms ot Mercurial Afflictions. Cr G. deems it unnecessary to say more, as he has liv ing witnesses of his success from Main to Oregon. dxl4 BARGAINS! BARGAINS! J. H. MCNEILL'S. WISHING to red tic; mv present extensive stocks ot FALL. AND VTINfER GOODS. IwUlcfTir therufor a very small advakce os East ltt5i.?tDBTvto cash parchasers consisting ot splendid. iYelret.SUk and Cloth MAKTLES AOTL CLOAKS ! SIXES of every. variety and price ajarge and elegant as- Soots, Hats, Caps, Blankets, and Ready- i jiaaoe Uotning, Carpets, Cloths, -Cassimeres, and Negro Gooae. S-X V jb! HVTR -A. 0.XaXj! As :t am determined to sell LOW. ! v t 3 h. McNeill, Iie7-tlJaaldaw Ko. 27Maln-st , Memphis To Southern and Western Mer chants. "Wolfe's Celebrated Schiedam AROMATIC SCHNAPPS! isepet, Ko. Common Street. New Orleans, JAMES W. BURKE, Agent. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. THE whole ro pa try ts flooded with Ooasterfeit and ' Imitation Schnapps. The pubUe should be careful, to purchase only the genuine article, manufactured and, imported by CDOLPHO WOLFE, which has the name of' the manufacturer on the bottle, cork and labeL. For sale by all the respectable Druggists and Grocers Read the opialous ot the Kew York Press. J. W. BURKE, Aent, 85 Common street, Kew Orleans. . From tte Kew York Mercury.' Fraudulent Imitations ef Superior Commodities. Among tbe many dlshonesfle or trade which tbe moral sense ot tbe community i called npoa to suppress, w weukl particular ft notice a met: pernicious, and infamous practice adopted by unscrupulous dealers, cf imitating aad counterfeiting the exterior appearaace and precau tleaary labels bfpopaUrUrugs.xaedlcaaents, and other artldes of personal consumption, and thus, by seizin: upon the west acquired reputation of an tntrprisiBg tra iler, palming oA most destructive and worthless com pounds, to the sore detriment not only of the a ntamer, but to the character ot the mari who has expended thous ands ot dollars In bringing the genuine article lata es teem and demand. These petty larceny thieve are the pert tt all honorable dealers and traders and thetrada is as much highway robbery as tbe violent appropriation of their uelgator purse; intact, they' an beneath th burglar and highwayman in dignity 4r these latter fetes exhibit a bravery or recklessness of character ia nowise distinguishing, tbe mercantile asaasstn who- slaV la the dark. And onghthey not to be rewarded with a. punishment rommeasurate with the cuwatdice ot their ' crime? We were led to-these remarks by accidentally oc-i serving a spurious counterfeit of Udolphe WoUVs Schie dam Schnapps. Tha labels were Imltat d perfectly, with the slight addition of a tew letters ta plead technical -njtt,nreiir the law asialnst counterfeiting; the ha tile. were very similar, and everything prepared U Ire note hy a-,' J. ; I... . . r la V . w I. . , apoa a tarcicsa uiumii, ..v m,,ii wuv perpetrated this fraud a reloa, a rshbtr? Assuredly he is; tor. as Mr. Wolf eliiia' expended; large sum tob.ing. bis ger.-lne imported Schnapps into popular demand,' that demand .xiay be jnstly considered a part of his capital InV trade.and a fellow stealing a part or hi reputation laXs xunchV thief aa if he had stolen a barrel of his Schnapps laba't. And tothlsgrtmeheadds a further one .or te-i , trandlng the conmnnitj-ty giving them a ruinous article tor the money they intended to expexdrtor ayfcamodity in which they bad confidence. And, further, every nan who part-dpiies indirectly lata tratvEJPy sdliag spu rious artid, Is as much or aaoCl'sdec aj-' the p rind pal who planned the lmpcaltlon. The remedy ot Mr. Wolfe should I e In hU holding all concerned np to- thecontempt of the community thus swindled fiy their cperatioBS, and unconsciously Imposed cpon by Uelr noxious ccmposl tions. We trust that Mr. Wolfe wul obtain names, hot only of the concoctora ot these counterfeits, but'ot every man offering them for sale, and therpcbliih then tor tbe world ; for bis own repuXatios and the health of the com munilT demand that all -parties should be nailed te.tis Binorr of public execritka. ciiv2VdtwawIra 73 Front JUaril F-v IDRESfiiHATS ! DRESS HATS! 1 1, ar rect ivrtriwo dozen Winter Slo Silk Ha y wrssueny .GEO. FHILLElt a-C rmv36 ctwawita j, e 73 Front.! . FUR, CAPS! FOR CAPS! rp WO dozen assorted c uiUties lor s ale low- by V mrTw-ttwawira . ATO ' ' asaat ST. AmyjrrtB4LL,r A, GROV1 . NEAR HOI. j TT AVE tie people ef Metvohi iet to leara-1 MJt ooy irom mat city namig yeeibeen mis rjaaflol Ht rsesi. no vy asatisitnatcd by our ne: us iptercqarte be Bsc alio Doaimog tccool, free from wail Hiving the sons of. f tteSevUtt r re r 3iL x aUVsMV rrj dir, ITTbII L a aBseaaBfwaBeeBBBBBa i . A-mnva i "X. b, BBBBBSBBar j! tTi fl !H-5. 0.'laUX,. 2.faaMK From the Kew Tori: Dispatcluj . ' AxslBatasauJBaslnr.. When an enterprislndtain.atarts ouita new-.business, ,A to the establishment of vchr heaves his Indaatrv.talv. erst and pecuniary means, eaa'aaythlnc be jao're con-' leraptible thai to hare another 'sb;al to, and, nndersy-' ctot3 pretexts, noia oat to tne pucuc aa inrenor artzele, and endeavor to obtain thdr pUronage! Pray,' what difference la there, so tar aa tne'honestr of tha thins Is concerned, between purloining the business by which a citizen hopes, to tnake his bread and steaUng lher treid ' Itself t A common thfef. If he takes without, leave, how- i ever hungry, a loaf of bread: front a baker's abep, It ap- prehended and condemned to the penitersyary Air daring . T in a surreptltioua'ataantr to appease his appetite; buvj put a respectable looking-coat on his back and. a tw c!ol-V lars In hi pocket, aad he may, with Impunity, 3ajvt4 with the applause of his fellows, by knaverr..furftar ' otner tniamous mraos, taae-ute Business otrraftsi man from htm, and go. unscathed of jastico. Altrhitia wrong. Some years since a.gentleman ef this" dlr (Udolpho Wolfe) Introdcced fb the citizens of thtrCsired States a medicated artld er gin. which was -t&hlv ar- nroved by professional gentlemen as a auperJfrr Jcnlc and deohatrnent. and the knowledge ot which hKbvnivr- ibemeit and otherwise, disseminated thronghoot, the try. so soon.aa mcxsier a, wno pas ia me easiness -unity as honest men, saw tcac 3tr..wclfo was likely 'frmnoseme returns tor tne raouey wnica he had tbey set about forging nil labels and palm lag-oft people detestable and poisonous cornnouads they have the hardihood 'to call "Schiedam pps." In some Instance they have cane so far as Wolfe's name to their vilfalnonsltquids. Aa this are, growing bold In thetr rascalities, it Is tune tne rtvaui- ia town anu wuaitj acre pa- upou tnsir guarju, jjCsaisumers shculd lsure.UIattheyjpurchsse the genS? fca artlcle, or else their hcsltb msy.be irreparably injured itff by usl; the horrible siatr that -tmscrspulon. men. he- SOFT HATSlfSOFT HATS! TMRECX lmporUtba from Paris, n few dozen. J mt ".,CT.aUlMilTI ,Sf.IB! the, cn htrv llchi-m. will nSt-v a th. lni. (j&u. ruiLLEii x i n.. -r t rr ' : " 1 - tide. Pure Schledan'Schnapp cani only te obtained at tne stores ot rtsptctaoie umggists. -ana merchants, tit town and country, and at the establishment 'cr.'UdohliiS C -. .1 M.. Tl . - ... . ...(.,. . Ulic, uj . jo, un iicaicr . V. tola Clly where It IS scttea up exclusively. WsihlnkMrWoIfo owe lt to hlmseif and the community te publish, by name, the rascals, who are thus attempting; to defraud both him aad those who would be" his eastozaers. " He should not permit bis modesty to hold him barsfrom rat king to righteous aa.rpoe. ,atS0-3mls D1SS8)HJTI0N: ? VE firm kpreteforeexistlnr nnderta.atvt. ne rtTte .'"JsVMItIlS was dlitolved cn the l4:h ijbtant, bvma dMWesat. n .' X.H. CAPP3, V ' MILLS. f JLC. MILLS will costmue taeibutlsest. at the old -.mad; No. IS Madison, street. I.takefcsuraietnrecstj sr'i:ng J. C. Mill to myStrlend -ifcaBnlflie as s. aaa akin sn tTeryTrayTvortSy of tsaW cacfideace and pat- Shi, B. ST.' CAFFS. ra' Oif. lor silebr - m . ill 3 ejfS mL ft)o8the!astbEe WAr JO.VS3. ' VlTifa5' - A rt e - if.' -r " -. it astern mm t m-l ts f Tea.. JL Mr, - VV 1Jis4&t, tJ?- .vv- T aajr er m : aaaa wk i a a sin aa i i ' Hi air al ' - i A Ajrfi lum w1-.'i- . . --r . '.... y . ... fi 1. ae. s Xfterzz HHnBMbaaaaBaiHiHaTaaai.'