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i ' - . THE DAILY" APPEAL SUJfDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1857. IVI7E SERVICES THIS DAY. OantbeslsBd Presbyterian Church, Oeuxt street, between Swssad aEdTnird. Rev. X M. Bryax, Paster. Services at MK 'dMt a. at., and 7 to tlx eveatnc. ItTtt TlMtf triB ChurSh, earner of Poptar ud Third straett. Rev. J. S. Steabuak, Pastor. Servtsee t MH edefc a. M ; and at early pas-Hcht, Lectures Waaeiuny "sains, and Flayer Meeting as Friday m tag at eaa. week. CfcltlCt0Tti, corner, ef LWn and SC ratrick ritea, Ker. Br. w. j. Bamee, Pasta-. Serrtoes at' in eeJock a. x., and 7 r. M. Willy Oboists, coraer sf ropfsr an. Second tfreets Rot. J. X. Kam, Faster. Services at 1H o'clock A v., and 7 P. x. Jitwf Oataprl, earner at Hcrnaadoaad Unasti streets, Rev. P.T.TvenxE, Factor. SerYtees at 18H eeseck A. M., assd?. X. FtostKafttHOkarck, Stem street, between Adams aad Wa;klal.ri streets, W, Cabey Crake, Fait?. Service at WK a'deek A. X.,snd ? p. m. Lathee an Church, en Msgs between Market and Win ejteeterrtreetf. Rev. Mr. 'hves, raster. Serviees at iH eetaek a. x., aad 3 e'cfs.-.k r. M. $2?" The Co-inty Court meets at Raleigh tSte. Mr. Dow.in will preach at the "Tsnujg Ves"t Chrtett-u AHMMta Mmh" tarts Sb- bata) msrateg at 11 o'clock, aad at 7 r. M. EWer Jacob CspJLTk.of Xissoari. will e 1b tee ObrMUa Ghur.a, this (Senear) nerBhg, at ltacMaetfcTeTMM(ftfeScritafc. TbavskUe are iavtted to attend. grT-M next awetiiie of tbe Arieakitrai an-osty ar -juieuj wi aaata-, wsu aw muh lusesgti te-mer The Txrson who advertised a few dvs ape n we ArrsAL, vnr mnuue e " A. . 1 T.-M Hmh uU and get Um )tW left for him. ' Tb ArrEAt. bavinc tbe Utrat rircola- ar paver ta ta cnr, e Ul f Let ew " tafa awili;, laefirffl k faaad on tbu page. KSWe are indebted to Caatain Mai.v. sAplt, C tfce itwait Jociw tawaaliw lar Ik; armat ( a ntMt aad tw docti. Tail ae aad napalar ateam. r krMCat dowa a Urfe qaaattt; at yae tt til kiedt . Oar friend Col. TitHXANv starts in a firF Jar Waaiaatea cttf . We tears that oaMe a aaaatr at aar etttaea -wfll eeFreeratattaeiBaagarattea at James BcckaxaX, asFicaldeat. TH9- Xavv Yam Lsases. Twenty-fonr m. caat a( tae wrUcal ml, tiaatiac aa Caickaaw Street, aad raaatac taraaga Fracaaade Street, ITS feet, aad at aa arence Trout of 61 feat, ware leased yeaUrdaf kr Oat. 1ocKii. ggT The Waetneton Rites intend having a ffm yaiadi aa tae M at Feataaaj ftae SSd eoatiacaa Saadaf) ia wnaeratlaBaf W.uHUierox's btrtb dr Snnie's kaad will dlieaaiit mnic a tae occj'ioe, aad a taatilar anaiaal laatranmt (aaw aaett) ha keea aiaeared, a craad treat aaar ae esaeeted. Ia the i LiaataaaaaB vfllaa tirm at Rsctuage BaBdicee, u -wWek the aawlr, gtaeragf, are tatHed )P"Xks" Auction- Store. Mr. M. C.Catce. ksawa ta aar cMr aa the araariatar af a lirery staale, , baTlBS dkaosed ief hU taterast la the Bewajotag ta aaeateht whole Uaw aad saiuha ta tbe proeecatlea af a peaerat aacttoe aad eaaaaasaaa hnaani . la which he vU be aeeieted by his saa. Xr. Oatce as aa otd dUaei, aad le m well kaowa to aar aeaasaaaitr, that it Is aaly laonsaaty to Mate that Me yam at hactaeM ie Xa. Xatlsaa street, to totro daea hk haahwH ta the paMK. Tmeatse. Last night, the theatre was jpata cMward, a caaaatinsaat alike ta the aMaacer aad Wh UAamEMiTCXEUvthepteetat "Star." We are isHdta he tnsWed ta ataea, that tbe aunaaer, 3fr Ask, baka; annaid by the wishes of aar dtisea, has re-ea-eaajed Hit UlTCHEU. far the preaait week. She wQl aapear aa .Master vifht ia new phaes, aad aa Tae i ear atgat, the Cricket oa the Heartbr will be pilimt'd. Ber aasjaceaaaat has been the saeet steceeefnl eae af the We kara that the firsjnen ef the city partwee faimnaj thaseres iato a "Basaa Aseectattea," far reH( paipusi, aad tbe caaaUeraOoe af ad eahects haat arfjaawatetr partata ta aa Association where each r at laBawaeaaed. We are atad to see the areasaa that nattier, aad traet tat-areateet fead wil, Mtt treat their aaioa. It haeheta Isttaaated teas that a uinltnK wia he held lariat" the praeat week, when a Caairnatiar wtV b areaeated far the aaraideraUaBar the dshaalae af the dMereat coeaaaaiee. New WokiC. it the Author or " Axr Xekbekt " lvaaa ; ta two Tolaases. Ivor hi, to f ar as the aaata thread of it plot K eoaseraed, a sters-af Lera; and fc watares aa aae of ta ntMt delicate aad lf feattnanaas ha which, that paaaisa prat atr Kself tatbe aseenat the ntatleai hetweea a aua aad a weaua where the filiaaahlfi af the faraser i laet by e saont pasaien. ate hrteaa the partaf taeetber. Weda aat kaowaay Starr whete this sabject Is atare gi ainMli treated. We wdlanr walcaaae Irons, not as one af the eaheateral baaksaf the Ma m, bat asaae to which the thoaghtfol reader win he clad hi Tetara aeeta aad ajaia. Paisfw i. Accident. On yesterday mormnr, batwean sWiea aad twerre a'dark, a paiarat aecMeat eo carred an the Xentphfe and Okie KaUrees. Wbeawtthla ahaatSveasBesar thtcitj, taeeaciaeeraf tbe trala dis cerned, aaeaediitanee ahead, a maa aiatiac oa the track, aad gave the aUraa: the ass arose, aad the eaateeer thaakiat; that he waald get eaT the track, dM sot lessra the spied af the laosaaotlTe. Whea, hwlate, it was di eavetvl that the mswK attnaa tbe track! Tbecars na aeer aha, cattinc otT both leas and aatOaUne one of hts heads. The train stopped as teen aspnntlHi, aad '.he weadnd bmb was plaeed la the bacKSfestr aad baasht to the ej. Xa penaa an the cars kaew the saaVrer, aad Tariaas were tbe eoaJjectars a te the eaase whtcb ladaca t hhx ta resaala apaa tbe tract: after tbe whietle was htsiim. It is snaamd death wffi easae Iram the Me was taken ta the Hecpital. I.a Grange, Tenk., Job, W, ISiT. Te iktEMlTl if Ike Memfkft Apptal: I resiet nceedaagly ta aaaaaace.the death at Mr. Ba Tf n . JosucaOK, the worthy aad amswp'lthrd FrasMaat ef LaOtaage FaaMie CUIeae. He died at his retdeaae ha the fmidlate vtctatty ef the CuOepe, last eTeaiBg,at hah past screa e'ewct. The death e aae aa peeatierly wen Sited tar the stetkw he BSfd, aad se eatarelr worthy af the bra pahllc and pntvate sstttaa he eajtyed, will be deeply ihpkwrd by tbe aattaas frleads of the Canece, and by the ceameBity at atrae. Bat the parents aad gaardlaac of the yotm; laatu aaw at at heal hare, er of ethers toteattiag te casae, amy he astarsdtheeaBrgreaucltss wfflcaBtlBrae asnsaal aad a Wheat tatestaatlaa Im this sad bereavtaKnt The preseat larga aad able corps af laaehen and professors wflt reaaasa at their pasta; aad the laetitaUea will at ease he ptaoed aader the sapervleiea of a taiaprtrat and tsdtahle Pisstdaat, to he cfaeeea ay the Board ef Trusters, at a aseetiBE te he called far that parpeee, isBBtedlatelr, dee aattee af whase electeB will be gives threap tbe The saeaeat ef the CaOexe, far and near, may rest sat lened 'hat not only will it be ratittnaid an a persaaaeat aad sadarlac hash;, hat every care aad atteatian will be gsvea h aaakdaasjhaars' wctfare that tbe asset parenUl tsaatsajs aaasd tagsjest. Ta assare pareats of this fact and a aSar aar aaxtoty that ay arise In their atiad aa the wwptlsa af the latellsfeace of the death of oar late, hftertsd friend, Preeidwat JohnsO!, this pablica. thsa Is Biade. Kcspectfally, S. WIXSTON. Fresiaeat af the Board ef Trutires. Rear. Perhaps aecnrtbe entire catalogue t aaraUveaaaaes which waane the Fhaimaeapia. there is Baae u hlsh Is so f recjaeatly adalteratd ar nVred to the iBiiiwaallr hi a spartoas farta, at the vartoas prepara Maas of Sarsaparina. This aMdwrae Is largely aeed at eetteta tsssent af ttc year, aad beyesd all aaeaHea the sseat vilaiWi adieiaal aseat we are aware r, bet the" great dimcaHt which hitherto existed, in pfxeering a gee aiae aad reliable article, tocether with tbe BnmhTle-s ejaaek pjeaarattam off -red to the pab te, has eperet'd to pseeeat its aae, aa extensively it deserves. " KUR IXT1" H theeafly aaeoat af the entire aeeaber which eaa b depended apoa, aad porchaers will do well to take as wther San (S. C ) Xewterry. REPORT OF THE HOARD OF HEALTH. Ltst sf jntsiaauaU of tbe week eadtag Satarday, Jan nary 31st, 1817. Jan. M. Kere child, aged 3 jearc ; dtseaee, PaesBienia. " M. Gbfad of T. S. Crahj, aed 4 weeks ; disease. PS. Mrs aged 30 years; dtaeate. cae- !7 PrMobel, aged II years; disease, eon- SS. Mrs Heatley, aged 37 years; disease, pnerpe- 1. SO. Mrs. J. B. Jones, aged 30 years ; dteeate, ex- " 38. Mrs 0 sed 11 la, ag. d 16 years ; disease, old pe. W. S. SMITH, Sextan. Jea. 3C. Laatee Fnssefl, agd3 years ; dieeese, trpaaid sever. C. Jir L. W. Faeeell, ad 38 years; dsteate ia nasBsaHaaof tawMeaaach. H St. Batata Fry, aged 10 saoatbt; aiseaes, searlet " . 0. F. Sartth. ed t jrars ; dissate, creep. " 31. heasaa Davis, aged 3 years; disease net re ported. 6 BO. FLAHERTY & BEO., Sextan. Job. M. Xegre ehtU, aged IS -asatbs; disease, ceo vaAsiaBS. a " M. Mrs. beyd, aged S years ; disease oU age. " 90. tin BUeabeth JaatesSS years; disease, per pusl fever. C. K. HOLST & SOX, Sextan. W. J. TUCK, Secy of Beard ef Health . MARRIED, Ofi theSOd ef Jeaeery, by tbe Rer. E. n. Green, Ifr. Ouabwis Stxs, sea af the late W. J. Streeg, Esq.,, aad Mies it. Aaw, deagbter ef the late if. 1L SHksao, aB of TljK) twectf, Teaii. Xew eemt tbe wsjd weather eerae sleet ar We win staad hr each asher, however tt m Opprecslonand tWkaes, aad rerrew aadtparBj SbaH he te etr taae'tnve as Kak In thecaata. " Mife - 2-rS M- 'Bsm& a - - ; - latest "gAu Irj Sricgrajf TO ASSOCIATED PRESS OF MEMPHIS. From Waahlnston. TTAJHlKOTO.f , Jan. 29 lb Hoaw and Senate were eoeanted la esleeies apoo Mr. Brooks Alter reeet of TJoete, the oerpse wat breojht into tlte praeeaor of mem bers cf beth IeSrs. The funeral was attended bj- tbe Frestdeat, Jadvasef the Supreme Court, Hon. James Ba chaaas, aad efr praailaent cittzeas. The chaplain of tlM8aedediBrider,rericadtecoarse. The corpse wia harted m tbe Oassresalaaal Cemeterr. Consresalonal Kansas Jnde. Washisotok, Jaenarr 30. Kstwc The Jadieiarr earaastttee resalred that Judge "Watson, of Texas, should be iatpeaehed far htsh crimes. Three bears debate a id. The carraptlaB committee wBl net report bsfere e or ten days. . It i theacht ttit Mr. IIrrtf2 will set he assHrmed as a Eaaaas Jade. Later from Nicaragua. KEvrOrxEAsaiJaaaarr 3d. Tbe ship Supty tma Sana, with fertraae eaaMls. Is at Sosth Pass. AH wen The steaaser Eweere City has arrived. Xatbise has htea heard lreai Gen. ITitw for the past three weeks The OoeU Blcaas are ia aseeession ef Greytewn and have cat atTGaa. Walker's aaataiBBieation with tbe Atlantic. From SewYork. New tosc, Janaarr 3fl. The tlsamer IMnzu took Sttrecraits far Gee. Walker. Steamboats Injured. Louisville. Janaary 39, p."m. The lea yesterday streak tbe steaasr BttU Sheridan, causing her cables to pirt, and she was driven against the JJeffic. The cabin works of the former txat were considerably The MalUc was farced across Utile Bead Into the bazk, aad is now agrcand and in danger of breaking- It rained for three hoars te-day, aad is bow Howies. Xew York Senator. Xbw Ton, Jaa. 31 - The RepnWiacs have Beralna tad Frestaa KtBg for Senator. The BOfBiaatieB is lyolva WttoaaelaatiaB. Hnrricane. 7EW Tok-c, Jan. 31. InteeSgeoce has been received here that the PhKUptoe I4eads bavebeea devastated by a har-tceae. Markets and River Vews. St tol-is. Janaary 30. The weather is wares the ice is gradaaRy disappearing- The Baderwrtters have or dated tbe heats te aalead. ABaaiher af Kats hare sttas apte go with the lee. PiTTSBrnsH, JeBaarr 30. The river has risen trine siace yesterday. The ice ii ana. The weather it mild aad dear. Xew Tore, Jaaaary 3 P. M. Tbe cotton market is oases. The steanaer news has bad notnvct it is re garded as faverabte. Xew Tone, Jaaaary 30. Hear. The steamers news caased bayers to withdraw treat the market dosed dull aad aasettled ; wheat ditto; aixed earn steamer's news depressed market, prices tower, qaoted TOe.; mess park, desaaad good, upward tendency, 13 H. Cincisxati, Jaauary 30. The river is rtlH doseJ. Th weather Is mild, 1 at dandy. ClctKKATi, Jaaaary 30. Hoar daM, BesaiBal; mess pork active, prtses teadtac apward, $18 for eeaatry city picked, very flrat, holders asking hiser rates; lard la demand at good prices, sttfler, llHe; whisky ettn".r,S2M emc; wheat active-red $1 IS, wh.te $1 10e)$ 20; corn scaica. Bra. CntJaTc Xew Tore, Jan. 30. The cetisa market is arm, la eonseqaeace of decreased receipts at Seathera perls Stewarts drcalar qaetes sahMliag OrleaBs, 11c Orapae. eeaatsfatr. The market wtB protuHf dedlae. Sterling exchaagedall. ot- r. - River Matters. 53 fhe river contianes to rite slowly, end is almost clearaf ice. Theweather yesterday was clear and pleas ant. The had condition of tbe taadtag predaded the trap aetata f nuseh bastaees. rJ-The Jsf; is the regalar packet for Xew Orleass hmorraw. 13- The Aieoais is adverrleed te leave te-morrcr af- teraeoa for Xashviite. S3- The assaater EdUerbu retired from tbe WhKe River trade, aad has new ber shingle eat for St. Loeis. J-f-The Ktt Yritket win arrive from Xapoieonts- Bisjht with the Uaited SUtes mail. She will leave to Bserraw afteraaon an her retarn trp. She caaBects with the White river mall packets Captain Shirley is her 13-Tar Oseefaw did aat pet eft yesterday. Captain Smesly says aae wU leave as sees as there I aaa- cknt water aa the river to jaatl'y his etpartare. X3T The Omsaerfead, attar a trip af three weeks irora Cairo, arrived at ear U ad teg yesterday altameaa. We leara f rata her ofacers that at aa tine was she asraead, reporu te the contrary aotwithstaadinc that she was heataitd ia by the ke, from which she was eztracahd ea Friday last, alter two dare labor, by tbe EuTfa. She had aa water le the held at aey Hbm, neither did her hall laser in the least. The report that are atea were diewBtol we are glad to at ate was iseerreet. The Cua- hrriaMf last aa freicht, aad her only km is the detention she was subjected te by tbe tee aarraaadiBE her. We are gtedahe escaped se easily. 3The fast freight aad sS!eafrer packtt Jet. Laugh- Kn arrived la port yesterday, aad will leaTe pncctcaliy. Ta today, at S o'clock, r. M. W. W. Bodce, Xo. 2 Bsnk Aveeoe, is her ageat. X3T The ateaaaer T. C. TisUheU, CapU H. Worthlnztsn Salth, left hereaa Friday BaorBiae for Xew Orleans, with the paasrasjers of the Xlmfara and Cumberland, aad the mails of tbe ifioewc; and tbe largest aBteant of mall Btattor that ever was shipped f rota this port at eae ttne, all In charge ef Dr Carson, tbe energetic mil, aceat,whe is all tbe tiase at bit past, endeaveilBS to set the auls to their destiaalion. (Kommcrrial lltatta MBMPII1S DAILT APPKAL OFFI0B, StJKDAY, Ftbreary 1, 1867. Cotton. There was a slight rally in tbe market yes terday, aad 1081 bales chanced heads at a loll H cent de stine ob farmer agar. This dedine was roagbt about by tbe Arabia's advices which breaght another dediee of Kd la the Liverpool market, and the aaosat number of bates ea band ap to tbe boar of tbe Arahla't sailing. The nasBber af hales betas; 31S.090. Tbe Baltic' t advices ftem tbe Uaited States had no eOttct Bpea the Liverpool cotton markt. W omit enotatio-is for the pref eat. 'alee. 7 bales at 8 rests ; 4 at 10; 171 at 18 X ; 159 at ll;l6tllH;317at 11H;S1 atl2X;90at2K;12 at 124. Total namberef bales, 1051. Eschango and Bank Note last. BAXKXXG HOUSE or O. W. O i-f. ?;StIE-t."g r&s CO., COR. FROM ROW AND MADISOS-ST. Bcrine rates. trixiito sates. EXCHANGE. KewTsek Hprem I Xsw York , Hprem I Xew Orleans Kprera I Losisviiie 2c Cin. Hprem j St.Loais BASK NOTES. Sprem I Xew Orleans..... 1 prem lXprta 1 prent I prem Xew Orleaas... Loer-rlHek. Ote St. Laais ...... Kew Orleans... Xerth Carolina. Miss. Mat, ins. .1 Hprem 2 dis. I AH large Upper Co. . par. j Cetmtry H pren srscic American Gold.... . I Kpreen I Gold.......... ....2 prra Silver.............! prem I Silver... 3 pre a Richest markets rates paid for Land Warrants. Mt-'issinni Ijind Serin for sale Farm for Sale. I AM extremely anxious to sell one et the best Farms in DeSoto county. Miss 1 offtfr for sale my entire tract, consist ing .f 1290 acres, on which there Is an. exce-.tionebte improvements, at what is in reality a reduced priee S25 per acre. Or I wilt. In tbe event that it would suit the par efaaeer, sell smaller portions of the same, (net less than 100 acres ) at $10 per acre. The Farm is situated sixteen miles from Memphis, and eicht mil's from Hernando. The Memphis and Kemando Plankroad nl directly by the dwelling, while I be Mississippi and TeBttesse Railroad also bisects tt about a half mile still west of tbe dwelling. It woaioj be well for any oas who might with to pnrchise, to maklt known eany Terms of sale, one-third cath; the resadae ta one aad two years. Address tbe subscriber, at Horn Lake, Miss. J. A. MAXNIXG, sag-lw for It, S. Manning. KA.1VAWAY aj FROM tbe SBbecriber, oa tbe Bight ef the 25th .? Instaat, air .Veers Men. fear of a dark eepprr color. aad two ef a biack color, the latter being spare Tbe fear capper colored aiegtees are rather lew aad stout! r be lit. Their names are JOS, a Mack smith, BILL, HEXRT, CATO, MAJOR and SAM. I will give a liberal reward for tbdr apprehension, or cny in formation respecting them will be thackfelly received. X. T. BRAZLKMAXX, aB30-dawlm" Cotton Plant, MUs. TO -rjbL-fcJ -PTJBIiIO: The Madison Street Sash, Door and Blind Tactory. THE aaderstlg-Kd has taken the stand recently occu pied by Moore c Halstead, over the Planing MHI of WMppte, MeCallagh ft, Co , and is prepared to 'All all or-d-rs far Sash, Doors, Btlads, Frames, Casings, MouM iagt, Mantlet, tc. ParttcBlar attention paid to drelnj and t.pping Lm ber, for the Carpenters aad BolMrti. iaB29-d6m R. T 1RGES0X. T& City & Conmtry MERCHANTS. WE are wHUng to dose out the remainder of our Win ter Goods, at extremely low pvices, having a small assortment left of Blankets, Kerseys, Llnseys, Satinetts. Tweeds, Jeans, Flannels, Wsoien TJress Goods, and Dark Prints. Merchants wishing to vecruit their stocks wgl 2nd It te their Interest le 'all D7n as. One cf our firm bu been eageced the past fear weeks In buying and ship ptag a SPRING STOCK. We are particularly anxious to mat roses for It. Aleo on bend a heavy stock ef O'nibarcs, at mannfac tHtexa' prices : Brown, and Bleached Sheetings and Shirt ings. JanSS-dlwSw trial; LIST OP LETTERS T KMAIX1XG in tbe Post OOce at Memphis, Tenn., on ' H. the 1 st of February, 1S57. Persons calling far them should say that they are advertised. SADIES' LIST. A Alexander Mrs S Blackweil Vrs Uary Batbee Jlra A Biyliss ilrs O C Bsrbee Mrs Mary Brawn Miss E O Bird Mrs E BlaekzianMrsAM Barnes Miss A Abestock Miss T B Burle Miss A Biurx Catberan Burdlne Mist Mary E Biyan Mary Brawn Mrs E Byrne Mlts Alice Bedford Mary K Cemmlngs Mrs Cettlns Mary Cammlnn Mrs M Cassaday Miss 0 Calvin Miss Hlltn Crump Mrs Alloa Caldwell Miss M K Oachren Mrs Sarah Carnthera Miss Maggie Crnd Mrs M A Coleman Miss M 0 Conway Mrs T Caldwell Miss Xellea O D SeWolt Miss II M Demerest Mrs Mary E Dellangborn Miss L X Davis Miss Fannie R E Rdmondson Mrs Jane Engliih Mrs Mary Oar) tea Miss Sarah Carr Mrs D J Cebb Mlts R Alice OoekMM A Crane Miss M Cage Mlts Oarrell Mrs Margaret Craft Mrs Mary Dickens Miss Annie Davis Mrs Maty K Deaaldson MIsaG Densriton Mrs M II Douglass Mrs Sarah Edmonson Mrs A II Btli tea Mrs Mary Eckles Miss Martha F Fields Mrs CD Freeman Mrs J I Foster Miss K R Fletcher Miss Jane G 2 Fechtig Miss L A Cr Garrey Miss G Goodwin Mrs Sarah Griffin Miss II Harrison Miss S 0 TJarry Mrs Kile n Helm Mils R J nam Miss Martha Hussy Miss Fannie Helm Miss Mary Foiter Mas Rosie Farretl Ann Gande Mrs MA Gale Mrs Adeie Grif&a Mrs Mary A Green Miss Bettls ntrrer Mrs S neyden Miss B Herndoa Mrs Sarah Ann ir-mmun Mary K llanklns Miss Jennie nelm Miss Jans lUlloweUMlss MaryB Jones Miss Addle Johnson Miss Bettie Jones Miss Adelaide Jones Mils Polly Johnston Mrs B It King Mrs Laura Li Lydon Mrs Bridget Lamsford Miss Mary Leake Miss Lucy A Law Miss Carria M t M 2 Montgomery Miss Xannla Moon Miss Bmma Myers Mlts C B Matsey Mrs P S Maniug Mrs P AT Xcwell Mrs Sallie O Ohara Mrs E ofl'Xell Mrs nil Olivar Mrs Martha P 3 Parker Miss K Fatten Mrs Mary 2 Perry Mrs Sarah 11 Rice Mi!l Lucy Rayall Mrs Mary E Rice Mrs Mary Robinson Mis Sarah J Jackson Miss MoUie Jones Miss Bmma Johns Miss AnMe Key Mrs Battle (jester Mr Law Mrs 0 Life Mrs Law Miss C O Msy MhHMsry WhKs MooreiBg Mies Sarah A Mania Miss LanraM Mageveny Miss Mary J Mendhem Mrs Adeline Middkvile Mrs L Arnold Xorten Miss Mary L OMham MUs C O'Brien Mrs Mary Brien Mrs Win Orgn Mrs Ann E Perkins Miss Maggie Parker Mbs L n Pearcy Mrs Bobertsen Miss S A Rebersen Mis R- Rsyster Mrs Ilelea Rsbinsea Mrs A II Richards Mrs L Step.Mrs Sarah South worth Mrs M P Shryock Mrs G Smith Mrs C II Smith Mrs FJ " Schoonover Mrs Mary Stialey Mrs Sarah B Sorrtllo Mrs Mary Smith Mis A Smith Miss Jane P T Taylor Miss Ann M Tycen Miss Carolina Tnbbs Mrs Mary w White Mrs L Willi am 1 Mrs Ann L Wright Mrs Margaret Wandeil Mrs Mary K Wood Miss S V Wlnferd MissPJ Y Tarbrough Mrs E MC McCracken Mli R M Mclean Miss Sasau Taylor Miss Mollis E Tarter Miss II R Thompson Miss IHln Wraelew Mrs Ssrah P WiDtamiea Mrs Henry Woodbury Mrs J4m WlOmrneMrsLE Wiloa Mrs Ann Walsh MHs Catherine Williams Miss Lucy F Teoman Miss Maria J McCally Mrs Martha Mchoeey Mrs Catberiae GEXTLEaiEAS' LIST. A ABderen Jas A A Hen Gel MA 3 Allen RM Anderen W G B Baugh Francis Baldwin Jas W Ballard Lncius Barnes L C Burnett J J Bradshaw Jas B B loateC R Bedford B W Bearett KevT x. Byns William Allen John Acre Gen K L AHenR A Alexasder R F Blackweil Leroy Bladwia M B Barker Bdward Battle W L BaiTy William Blaka Dr M Barker Thos Balrd Dr B F Barkla Isaac Batbee The Brad rate A H Bled.o'ES Beojsrain II L Bvnrer Juhn Brian Kdmoac Biere Jemes L Bradshaw Thos Bedford Col B Beeket Iwis Bibb Lockbart Bryant L Bryant D Bryan Wm A Brkigewater Co' Jas Bickers Horace Brook T'ms J Broyle? John W 2 Biswell D K Brongbey T Bonnett Jokn BotetorWP Bsnae Richard B BoywtanWA 4 Broadrnp V A Bond X P Brown Wm H 2 Brown Jessie A Barton Wm Barney S U Bnrens C c Clark Uenry E Clark Uenry 0 Carlton 11 M Crane Rev W C Cartwrlf ht J T Calne A E Carpenter John Ceilni Louis Cork Josedh S 2 Coleman James Canler Alfred Corwan John Cowan Alex 2 Cornelius Wm F Bonus T W Bearers Chas E Broylts William Brown Dr Benj Brown Wm Brickner A J Barton Dr David L Burnes James Canfleld ft Co Charles Jas S Calboun XMe Chapman Jas L Cary S S 3 Clayton Geo W Carter Edward Chltwood Wm Cork VL Coleman The- M Cobb Bayless E 2 Cox Bob Conner James 2 Bowers Wm E Brown D G BrkkmrP II Bruce K P Boooks J T Clemen Jas II Cartey D R Campbell c Co Clark Thomas K Chapman Col U T Cannon Thos T 2 Carr Jtmes Cenwav Peter ilton Wm Cork Joe Crocker L W Oockran R . 2 Cardano Anthony OaxG Cowan G II Cammtcgs Henry Davis E J Cowan M A Cunningham Pat CulkertsanF CnnnlngbamA D Davis W C Davis WS Dau'.e S Dalryple Chas L Dialtry Wm DJvanport M L Dougherty John llonsho W Dolman Jas F DukelUT Davis J C Days Mieheat DayGP Denton Jas A DeckeyJas S Denart Cbas D Daylc Wm Dotey Jas II DoHaan S F Dnke W A Davis C R Dail Joseph M Darlej Frank DevH W Dttdd Drennm Wm DifleEIt Doegiass &Co B Dodge UK Damel l J G Dembar David Bills E J Edwards Dr RG 2 Edmondson C D 2 Everett F C Edmondses H B 3 F Frease 0 W Frasler Alex Ferguson P W Fergnten (J W Fith S B Fester W H G Grant Wm Gsirlson DrllT Farris Dr T B Ferris H rieUber W Foersch C H FnliertonWm ! Grace Xat Gray H A Prase Wm Fesn M R Fly Wra D Fewter Rebt. Galvin John uis Isaac t; ramps J Graham OD Graham Joseph GrayG C GUbert E W GoMtticker Carl GoebomThemp Gurtheu F Griesbaber Joaeph GilmoreAT G I bony K Georas Wm X G'rgasJ.sR 2 Good an R A GstdifizJohn 2 Goods BF IX Haskell a P Hamlin W B i JJalfley P U Harday John C HaffeyJorin tt Harrison O J Hart R TG Hays KB UeGerman J nenderson D D Ilendrick On '. Hill Robt n Holler Thos F Ilsgen J S Horn M J Hunt L HaeyLM Humphries P Hall Joseph A nallM lUrtwell nt naUyPJS Harper Joseph Hay Jos-ph W Ilaidie John W 2 Harrison II II Hamphill R O lleindon J M Hester & Lewis Hyatt S Hicks wn Hogan Thos Hope Rob S Hopkins James Humphrey Geo nuey Marshall Hunt Bosweil R arlan Wm 2 netknb.ck J H Hally F Hart M lton 3 Ilamner James II narberer Cbas air O UWbing A do! tics Hcistn C C Henry M n Hicks J B Riskey Joseph IMmes A Hope Wra Hogan Saml UuEtUaryU Hughes G Uughel Jas Inwood BdwsrJ Jack enWm M Jabe Wm L J mi DrMS Jones Jaiher X Johnson C M Johnson Lewis KlrtiRM Keif Gen X Keneay D King Henry Kirth Joseph LaekBF Lanlgsn Daniel Langdoa W S LocyJ Lennen James J Llliy Owen Loflus Ralph Loudin John MaloneGW Manning James Mason Capt R Martin E L May Wm D Meath P G Mnder A Miller Wm MtHerML Mitchell Morris Morriton D Montgomery PC Morrow J S MurriHWm 2 Mullens J M Xorth M H Xims Alexander Owen J B Oliver Geo Oren James Or-OW O'Xtal Joseph L Parker JW Parks rohn Perry WW Fenn fleo L Philips Benj F PestonRW PoweU n Rayner E Rankens Joseph. Ruse Tho '- Inlaw John B J Jachsen Wo A Jacobs John Jones W Jones J C Johnson CD 2 Jamersen David James J II Jones Jasper X cr Esaw Johnson Frank P Johnston Alexander XL Kumper John II Kennedy W T KelleyAJ King Benj KlndLJ L Lundiea J Laughlln A Levy Chas Iewis Hugh Lee E T LoodyMieteal : Logan D Kealh Sllns Ketemon Rev John Kind Lewis J Kincbuly Pat KImbell W H Lexton James II Lawrence L Lee Thos V Lewis John LenterWmO Logan S F Lorain M Mall Wm Mahonry Mieheal Mason Wm Martin Wm Martin G A Murm.Wru MerrlnF MlUcr D II 2 Miller J D Mlms James Morris Geo Morgan II Menathaw J Mnnch D MnrpheyJM Maxwell &. Starr Mapes J S Mayberry DrllT' Martin Hugh Mason RM Mctth-r Martin MeniiesWW 2 Millers OH Mltefaell CaptCB Miffleton J Montgomery E F Moore S A MurfreeTR Mnford R D Moore & Markraw I XibltttHK Xorth G L Xorrls W S o Oliver Thos O O'Conner J Odell Saml K O'Xeill Johu Ox Geo P Father John W Palmer J B Petitt Geo Pike Henry Philips Tit Poole OT . Procter Wm R Oliver J W Ott Columbus 0 Owen J D Osborne J S Palmer Thos 2 Pres'on C W 3 Pearssn M Pryor P A Philips P C Pnwers J T Push J F Ramlis Jaecch Raggniantl L Jternnig sn prof 3 Reynolds JH 3 j.ReldJM ' -Richardson j s Richardsen D Jlobiitton D J Eobtaejn J Raulsttn W E Rodgers A M RoyeRP s Stmple B F Stark R Smart X Skeggs A Spees Fronk Street T 8 Richards 3 RoUg-on J J RoJgersnpgh,. Rons WmC Rodger J W Smalsreld Geo Saundtrs J W Sbelton E 3 Sbellenbom Thos Stewart Wm L Stewart I v Setcy Frederick Stewart M Smith Wm 2 Staltb E R Smith Jonathan Still Geo Simmons J W Slmpsr a John Slrinu T M Stevens John A Stevenson k Owen Stewart Chas 2 Stewart Joseph smita n w Smith Wm II Smith F J Smith Wm C Smith Ssml Swilk H M Sheppy Isaac Smlthwlck Dr T K Slgman J Simmons J W Silth F Scott WT StedmanWm Stoddard W W Scott J T Talllfallro 0 R 3 Taylor J T Terrell Rev M Tippett Dr n n Temlins W E Tham J C Thompson F 0 Thompson J L Turler J R Tappan E S Taylor W P Trt tevant L n Timmons J Themis C 0 Trabntr Joseph Talley F D Tsrril J M 2 Tribune E Tedd James Thomas Mnnselli Thsmas P II ToleySn TnckerDS Tbomby J L Thomas J M ThemasoRobt W Tucker J R Trnas J L Vanketl J Walker R S Tucker it Son Til V IV Wade Z C Wannan J J Warren A L Weakley RL Well. Dr J F ' WheaUy Wm B Watson Wm Ward Mr Ward HO Wendel D WestD Wiliem Wm Watkica A S Watcher O Wa'-neeM Wheeler 0 G weodelRS Wilton J J Wilson Saml Wilson Miles Williamson B M Williamson Henry Wright William Wrlsht W B &. Co Winterbum Chas wubsrn Geo L WIIHima Thos n Williams W T 2 Williams W F WiHiams A J WlHlams G J WlHlams Gideon J WilHamt n B S White JM WlUUauscnJ B Wood Zeba W Woodard J D Y Tonng Marcus L z WLlte G M White Wood Prof Woodward This TesngJ B Taltman Wood Toang, Co Howard c Zahnke John MC McCarthy P McRayDsncan MeLaugblln McCarglllTJ McGeaa Edward McLaneWm Uirunir UrGheeMr MCLetion J McMcKIalavs W J McKoraith Thos McWlllUms Dr A R McBrtde J F McDowaM Sol Mccemb V u MtGuyer J H McDowald Edward W. H. CARROLL, P. M. HIempiiis, February 1, 1857. Holloway's Ointment and Pills. XONE need despair. Here Is relief for all who suffer I Th9 sickly may gain renewed health, and strength by a careful use of these marvellous remedies Said at the manuf actorlee, Xo. 80 Maiden Lane, Xew Tork, and Xo.2tf Strand, London; ana By au orngEisu, at 25c.. 6J xc, and $1 per pt or box. Jan29-dtwawlw Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative. Advertised In another column, is spoken of, by all who have used It, aad by the press everywhere, at an excellent article for the preservation of hair, and for tbs promotion of Its grewth. We have onself tried 1 as a toilet article, and find It to be superior to any other; and have known others who experienced great benefit from Its use. It Is werth a trial, at least, by these whose hair has a tenden cy ta come out. Kentucky Yeoman. To be had of 0. J. Wood & Co., Ill Market street, St. Louis, and of druggists generally. Jant9 daw2w AHEAD OF THE WORLD! THE CRY IS STILL THEY COME. PARK & PEPjLOW, AT THE STAR GALLERY, 213 jSZziitx Street, ARK making tho finest PICTURES la the world. All we ask is far you all to call and examine them for your selves. PHOTOGRAPHS, LIFE-SIZED, made only at the Star Gsllery Jan-datW f Wm. A. Batclielor's Hair-Dye. GRAY, RED or RUSTY nAIR dyed Instantly to a leautif ul and Xatural BROWX or SLACK, without the least injury to hair or skin. Fifteen Mtdalt and Diploma htrt been awarded to Wm. A. BATCHELOB. since 1839, and over 80,000 appli cations have been made to.the hair of his patrons of hi; famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair and whis kers Is anjnst, as it would be against covering a bald head with a wig. Wm. A. Batchelor' Haib-Dye produces a color net to Iw distinguished from nature, and Is warranted cot te injure In the least, however !n; it may te con tinaed. Made, seed ar applied, (In Bine private rooms,) at tbe Wlc Papery, 233 BroaflwaT, X-w Tork. Soy. m all cities --.J to-... -of tbe United States, by Drocitsts and Fancy r-: Dealers. rS" The Genuine hat e name sad add-cs upon a steei-pUte e&graving on four sides of each mottle, of WILL! IK A. UAlliliKlAm, 233 Broadway, Xew Tork. rf- For sale by s. maxsfielu c go .anc-n--- generally. may31-dt'A HIDES! HIDES! HIDES! 100,000 Hides Wanted ! FOR which we will pay the highest market price In cash. We also bay RACC00X, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER sod BEAR SK1XS. Ia fact, any Skins used by TAN NERS or FURRIERS, we want at the HIGHEST CASH PRICE. GEO. PH1LLER ft CO., Bevl2-6m 73 Front Row. W. E. MELTON. 2G Madison Street, Up Stairs, NSURANOE AGENT, FOR SOME OF THE BEST Marine Insurance Companies in the United . States. Exchange and Koto Broker. I will attend to the negotiation of all NOTES AXD BILLS OF EXCHANGE. ocI7 SHIPPING, RECEIVING AXD DISCHARGING 2VX 33 3Ft- O SEX T, AXD STEAMBOAT AGENT. NO. 3 BAXK AVEXVE, WILL attend faithfully te all business entrusted to his care. declS-2ra THE ONLY MEDAL AW,I RDED BY the Xew York Exhibition to the English or foreign Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst numer ous competitors, by LEA k PERRIXS, for their Worcestershire Sauce. whereby further testimony Is afforded of Its being the best Sauce extant. The celebrity of this Sauce has extended to every quar ter of the globe, and its efficacy in promoting the general health Is becoming dally mo re observed and acknowledged. In the United States It Is held to be the most agreeable condiment, and Is esteemed for its tonic and invigora ting properties, IU habitual use enabling the stomach to digest tbe food. ' On the Csntlnent of Europe, these qualities hare been testified to by a gentleman, who writes to LEA & PER RIXS thus: "I have carried a bottle of your Worces tershire Sauce In a tour I have Just completed through Spain and Portugal, and believe I owe my presentstate of health to Its nse; your Sauce is stomachic, and I think medicinal. I can with truth say there Is nothing In a traveler's baggage so essential to his comfort, at least In these countries, as ysur Sauce. " In India, also, where it is found at the mess of every regiment, a medical gentleman writes from Madras to his brother In the same profession at Worcester, In tbe fallowing terms: ' Tell LEA & PERRIXS that their Sauce Is highly approved In India, and that It Is, in my opinion, the most palatable as well as the most whole seme Sauce made." This Sauce is suitable for every variety of dish, and the universal demand which its excellence has created has led. to many imitations being offered to tbs psbllc, under a variety or names, out tne gennine may be known by the names of "LEA ftPERRINS" being impressed UDon tbe patent metallic capsules, or patent glass stopper of the bottle, aa well as tbe labels and wrapper. Sole Agents for the united states, JOHX DCXCAX k SOXS, aplO-ly 405 Broadway. Xew York. Ttti TpOArtoaxt; to 25oxxxeHoBt DH. CKExESEMAjY-S PILLS. THE combinations of ingredients la these Pills are the result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild In tbelr operation, and certain in correcting all Ir regularities, painful menstruation, removing all obstruc tions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain ia the side, palpitation of the heart, disturbed sleep, which always arise from Interruption of nature. They can be successfully -used as a preventive. These Pills should never be taken in pregnancy, at they would te sure to cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything Injurious to life or health. Explicit directions, which should be read, accompany each box. Price Jl. For sale la Memphis by S. MANSFIELD k CO. G. D. JOHNSON, WARB k JONES X3 Sent by man by enrtaslng $1 to Dr. CORXEUtJS L. CHEESEMAX, Xo. 1E2 Broadway, Xew York, mayll-dtwawly WANTED, ASTTUATIOX at Book-Keeper or Shilling Clerk, by a Young Man from St. Louis. Good reference given. Address C. H. MARTIX, P. O. Ianl7 BRADY & DAVIES, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Main Street, Louisville, Ky., MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Bcpe, Bag glng, Jeans. Llnseys, ke. Jan23-ly Valuable JLand for Sale. - I OFFER for sale a valuable trier or Land, tltn- g&ated In Favetie and naywood conni ies, containing pjqaaiouiieuu acres, c-tag the trait of Land on which . 1 B B DeGrafT-urei.t n-nded at tbe time of his ilffi. Thi- land wit be divided to suit purchasers. It is tfttoaud near tbe Meruit s and Ohio Railroad, and It regarded as equal to sny tract of the size la Fayette. Purchasers are Invited to come and examine It. Terms of sale will be liberal. Aiply to me at my residence In Fay ette, or to Calvin Jones, or W. A. Williamson, at Somer vlllei - U. E. DeGRAFFEXREID, Exe-ator. Janl6-2m Relckel P Robertson P A Robinscn W A Royster W A Roberts FM Rose S T Satcrlee J S SaUirlP Saunders P Sheffield J A Street Joseph Shrpard O W cih.rHsn rttnfl ItistdlantaiiSe The SlalalnotTpSH . . . ITS THREE GREAT BEAUTIES: FIRST They are more brilliant, and will never fade. SECOND They can be takn equally as well, ir not better, in dondy as dear weather. . THIRD There can be given to the impression oath Japaned surface aa artistic effect and finish 1 hat cannot be produced on any other surface xnoft n to ae raoto- eranblc world. Remember 1 ThatW. n. DESHOXG. 181 Mam street, has the exclusive right of tbe city cf Memphis for the Malalnotrrie nrocess. Heal'O makes Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes, Floarar types, Celereotypes, Tlthneotypes, Pbotograpns, etc. &. jan-aiy HORSES FOR SALE, fr-v A FAIR of vnani rentle CVRRIAG: nORSES, AMpnrcbasad in Baltimore list summer, for sale en " time, if application be made soon, laojaire at nOLLAXD'3 Stable. laaT7-lt K-eS07Cl, 50 BAGS Klo Coffre; 10 tierces Rice; -a this. Mackerel t 200 dozen Garret's Snuff Bottles and Papers ; 60 bags B. W. Flour; 200 drums Figs; 25 boxes Raisins; 15 cases Sardines: 100 bbls. Potatoes; - 100 doien nostetter's Bitters; 25 casks London Porter ; 23 boxes Maccaronl and Vennleiria ; 25 boxes Claret ; 25 dos White Wine; 100 doien Bed Cords ; 25 do Brooms ; 25 boxes Garden Seeds. Also, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisin;, Tea, Tabasco, sugar, aioiasses, tc. For sale by J. F FRAXK, JanM Xo. 38 Front Raw, limiting Ininlements. A LL KIXDS We have Just added to ear prerieasly XA. large siocx or tnese goods. JanIS J. E. MERRIMAX k CO. lOO Barrels Flour, TTARIOUS brands, lrom the test Xxlra to Seperflne, r tar sais b. mekrill, oetH . 3 to In strOrtt. Ward e& Jones, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 223 MAIX STREET, MEMPHIS, TEXX., T7E"Z.V constantly on band a very heavy stock of goods J. in the.r line of trade Country dealers, physicians, and others wiH aad it is 1 heir interest to purchase of theai ratler than from Xortbern or Eastern cities. The rapid increase of trade In Memphis demods ef as to compete with other larger cities. We are dttemined to do it 5C3 Xone but punctual men or cash eaatoiBers need apply. Jaa21-daw2-r 1YOTICE. HATIXG qualified at Dacember Term, 18M, of the County Court of Fayette county, Tenn., as Adminis tratrix ef tbe estate of the late John w. Road, deceased, I hereby notify all persons having claims atatast said Estate to present them for payment within the time pre scribed by law, and aU those Indebted to said Estate te come forward and make Immediate payment Jan27-dawlm MARY F. BOXD, AdmUlstratrlx. Clerk's Sale of Real Esiate. William V. Andersen, ) Ex. Parte Petition to sell Real Adm'r of Thos. S. Simp- V Estate. son, dee'd. and others, tin Circuit Court of Shelby Co. PURSUANT to a Decree of tbe Circuit Court of .Hbalby County, rendered on the 221 day ef January, 1807, In the aboie cause, I wlE, on tbe first MOXDAY, being the 2d day of March next. In front of tbe Court House door In Kalelgn, Tennessee, proceed to sell to the highest header, at public auction. 2065 ACRES OF LAND, ljlnglntbeltthSarveyor's District ef Shelby Ceanty, in Range G, Sections 1 and 2, on tbe snath side ef Waif river, being tbe same Land of which Thomas S. Sua mob. dee'd, seized and possened. Terms One. half eah ; the residae on a credit of six months, with bend and security tor the deferred pafnttut. M. D. L. STEWART, CsHk. Wm. K. Postox, Att'y for Petitioatrs. Jan30-tds TO REXT. OX Landerdale stre t, oatstde tbe carpers lion, XIXK ACRES OF LAXD, which has been ec cupiet for years by a Gardener. On the prem ises Is a small dwelling, containing f ear reams and basemtct. Ttere is a good cistern near tbe boese. There is alto a good orchard, and a fine grape arbor. Ap ply immediately to Jan22-tf JOnx OAXXOVAX. SHELBY MALE HIGH SCHOOL, XEAR GEKMAXTOWX, TKXX. THE sixth session of tbis School will commence en MOXDAY, February 9th, 1867. Tbe expenses per session, including Tuition and Board, are $05 to $70. ror runner parucnisrs, aaaress A. M. RATTER, Principal. J. R. Evass, A. B. Assistant. JartzB-dawl m TWEXTY Thsusaad Havana Cigars In store and for sale by WT27-tf BOYD i AXDERSOX. FIFTEEN Thousand panada Goshen Better la store and for sale by , novn-tf BOTD fc ANDERSON. MOXEY! MOXEV! A LL persens indebted to as either by note or account IX will ootne forward and settle, as loaeer tndalgeBce cannot be gives. POPE k. BR0THHB8. 235 Main-it., Memphis, Teaa. Janl-lm Just Received, AXD for sale lew to the trade 20 hbds. Brown Sngar; loo sacks kio i-ooee; IS bales DnraoVe Bagging; too naif coils Kepe. DOUOnERtr k ATBLETT, 3d Front Row. DAY BOARDING "a. TAT be had tor a few geetlenten, also a good reom for J.YA. . a family, by applying early to MRS. PARHAM. Jan9.1m Corner Etc ang and Third streets. JAMES M. MURPHY, t3t-oiaoi.l T-imi cl .g-oxa.'t. JACKSOXPORT, ARK., WILL attend personally to the locating of Swamp Land Scrip and Warrants in the Jacksonpcrt aad Helena Districts, selling Land and paying Taxes. References. B. Graham. Mnphis,Tenn.; A. S. Uaey, Little Reck; R. 0 Brlnkley, MaJ T. Mall. Miss.; J. Norton k Co., X. O.; J. A. Rousseau, LaGraaga, Tenn.; W. E. Butts, LawreweTl&t, Pa ; Pool k Waiseaadis sapar t W. M. FolweU, " F.XanefxCo, n. P. Cooltdge, nelena,; Myrtle k Moore, " Allen Polk, " ' C. W. Board, Jacksenport; dec27-ly 'Garrett's Snuff. 150 DOZEX Garrett's Snuff in bottles; luo dozen " " papers; 10 bbls " " ' bladders. For stle by WARD k JONES. dec9 Estrayed. OX the night of 25th December, a small ehes- nut sorrell MULE, foar years old, marked wtth the collar, in good nrder, bad one shoe oa before, had a rope on his Desk when b left. Any in formation left at Ca yce's ttable, or to myself, two miles North of Memphis, will be thankfully received, nd all trouble liberally rewarded. JanlS-dawtf W. DOXALDSOX. Webster's Private Correspondence, WITn Antobtograpby and Personal Reminisce aces, containing aho a Biographical notice of Kaekid Webster. Two vols., 8vo. A new Life of SammtrfleW, by William W. WUIett ; Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee, in two votataas ; The Miter, Ricketicketack, and the Poor Gentleman ; Three Tales la one volume by nendrick Coooa science ; Poems of nenry Wadsworth Longfellow corsptetain two volumes. New Juveniles. The Castaways; or, the Adventures of a Family ln the Wilds of Africa, Illustrated; The Flay-Dty Book, Xew Stories fer Little Folks, by Fan ny Fern ; Chanticleer, A Thanksgiving Steryef tbe Prabody Fami ly, by Cornelius Matbews, with Illustrations, by Darley; Oar Grandmother's Stories, and Aunt Tale's Fireside Memories. Jnst received and for sate by t Jan21-daw CLEAVES fc OUIOX. J. S. WHITE, M. D., LATE of Hardeman county, having removed ta Mem phis, oaers his professional services to the dtlzens. Offic on Court Square, cnt door west of Wallace's Aae tion honse. Residence on Pontotoc street, sooth side, between St Patrick and St Martin. )an93 tf WONDERFCIi FREAK Exhibited in. Memphis for a Few Bays Only. Can be seen, far a few dars only, the wonderful Calf, JENNY LIND, - J0W seven months old, having SIX LEGS, aadotaer- wise remarkably developed one ef tbe rates panilos ities of the day. Also, the celebrated animal, CAMANCEE, ' born with only TIIREB LEGS, new a tout three years otd, and otherwise fully developed. Alio, that beautiful nondescript Pig, TOM PAINE, a perfect Hermaphrodite, aad a perfect curie! It y ta bis way. Tbe above all form a MUSEUM OF NATURE rarely to be met with, and can be witness d at tbe lew ptlee of Twenty-Five Cents. Call in ana see the curiosities. JanTT-lw Wanted IminelHatcI A SITUATION as Book Keeper or as Clerk in a Hotel, or any situation where a young man. by osastaat attention to and Interest ia tbe bnsiaess of his empieyer. wlU enable tbe latter to pHe np tbe dimes, tnd at the same time give the former a chance to make a smal' a very small pile for himself. Address D. S. BIIRTOX. through the Post Office, or Inquire at the Memphis Fe male College, Adams street. References can be tlvn. if required. Jan29-dlw Classical and Mathematical School, IN MEMPHIS. A SCHOOL of the character above indicated will be opened la this place on the 9th of February. 187. The course of Instructlonwiu be the same as that pursued at Ihe University of Vlrgiria, and adapted to the prepa ration of youth for the University, or the business pur suits of life. Tbe different branches that will be taught In this School are: English Language and Literature; Moral Philosophy and Ethics; Mathematics and Xatural Science: Greek Language and Literature ; Latin Language aadLlteratute; Modern Languages and Literature. Ravine atteuOed the Lectures in the Literary and Sci entific Departments of the University of Virg'sia; ob tained the degree ef Bachelor of Arts, and been several yeais engaged In teaching, I flatter myself with the hope that I will te ab.e to give general satisfaction in the dif ferent branches which I profess to teach. As regards fluallficatlons, moral character, and standing, I can refer to the Professors of the University, and to tbe citiiens of Charlottesville, Va., from whom I have . mple testimo nials. Terms. $40 per session of five months, payable Inva riably In advance. Xo deduct Ion mads except In case of protracted Illness. Tor further particulars, see printed circulars, or call oa d, at the Coomereil Hotel. , 1 ' . J"33 JOHN E. JONES, A. B. ItiijtHaireonSe p " $ WMGMM I eVn DTPV'.-Tla .aou. -xi . Ml,;; Ifiashinr, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, Puly pas, 'Diseased Boars and Joints, Deformities trora Burns, nair-LIp, tutraii ituww. jiota nu us i.iwri, Jose, Eye lids, ftc., Closed Jaws from Salivation, and all other dis eases and deformities requiring Surgical aid. srpSO-dtwawlyis JZ'l!! cge9IP JSSlIi. DR. FEN'XKR also attends to all Diseases of the Bye and Ear, and Is prepared to Board Patients from a distance. 3 Office on Mala street, In Walker's Building, res', dence on Court street. sep20-dtwawlyBs DR. JOHA'SO-V'S IXFIRMARY, TOR DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR, oa- t-: ts A.'nojjs, i.isertion or ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c. NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET, Two Doors East of Commercial Ilotcl, mayxraaw .ilb.ill'llkb, COST S FOR CASH. 253000 WORTII of CLOTHING new an.! seasonable and FURXISH1XG UO0D3, at actnal cottfor cath. Owing to a change in our business, we offer at aetnal cost for calk and cath only, our entire stock ef Clothing aaa reroisumg uooas. As the business must be closed UP. and to do SO the Stock must be uld. neraosts In want of Goods In our line, will find It te tb-ir advantage to give as a call. KELLER c JOHNSON, Xo. 3 Clark's Marble Block, inl-3ta 272 Main street. 83 Krqnirer copy three months. OFFICE OF CAOEE, Mil & CO., Ttxxxxzxxry 1st:, XSKV. IX otrerlng our card to the paWic we tender our ac knowledgments, for the very liberal patronage extend ed os daring the past year, and premisefer the future to farniih oar customers tbe LARGBST, CHEAPEST aad BB8T SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS in the Southern roan try. Oar Senior partner will be eonetaBtly ia tbe Eastera market, and will keep as folly supplied with every destra- Bte style of Staple tnd Fancy Dry Goods, &c. We are Agents for some of the best brands of DO MESTICS, OSXABUR6S, Jtc., which we offer at Factory prices. Jaa-daw3m CANDEE, M.IX & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in BOOTS & 8MOMs CARPETING, CL.OTIIHVG, MIXaLIXERY GOODS, &C, Jan3-daw3m 215 MAIX-ST., MEMPHIS, TKXX. NEW CASH STORE. ISt Mala-st., epp. Worsham House, PIAXTATIOX. STAPLE AXD FAXCTI DEI GOODS, Ken's and Tooth's Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Slo., etc., SsAHery, Gnu, Rtaes, Oatlery, Beys' Doable Gans, Fntefabaeeo and Tea, LOW FOR CASH To Consumers or Dealers. oct2.dtwawIy-Is Wanted. TEX 6 fGAR-MAKKRS eaa and empiovmeat at J. C. JACOBI tt CO.'S Manafadsry. Apply Immediate ly at Xo 3i8 Main street. Jan27-lw aWOTlCE. I HAVE three BOUSES aad LOTS to rent for the present year, ettnafd la the Northeastern part of the city, -n what Is kaowa as Winches ter Avenue.-It beiac tbe property aeaa which I bow live. For a more partica:ar stescripttoa, aad far doting the contract of rest, call on Major William Rai ls, at the Gas Oatce. BOB PRICE. jau3-dtf HANCOCK & CLARK 250 BAGS RIO COFFEE, for tale by jan HANCOCK fc CLIRIC Q AA BBLS. FLOUR, various brands, for sale by OUU Jan9 nAXCOCK k CLARK. 500 KEGS NAILS, best Eastern for sale by Jaa9 HANCOCK is. CLARK. Optician, Watch Maker asd Jeweler, Maditon Urttt, between Main aad Frtnt Rore, OPPOSITE THE CITIZBXS' BANK, MEMPHIS, TEXX., T ESPRCTFULLY announce ta his friends and the XL pnhUc In general that he has pevmaaently located himself at tbe above stand, where be may constantly be found, ready to give attention to those who may favor htm with their patronagr. 1 will always nave an nana a splendid aisortme-t of various improved Spectacles. aUo a variety of Washes, Clocks, Jewelry, ie. Re pairing doae in every branch of the business at snort notice, and warranted. Janll-diwawly IMPROVED SPECTACLES. JUST rece'.vid, a splendid assortment of various kinds of improved SPECTACLES. CHRX. MCLLER, Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler, Madison Street, between Main and Frost Row, Opposite Citizens' Bank, Memphis, Ttnn. These celebrated Glasses are gToead est the exa:t prln cipse ol Spherical Accuracy, of a eoncavo-cosvex mirror form, admirably adapted to the orgarr of sight, can be used to parsae the most minute employment, either bv day or candle Ugbt. wtth perfect ease to the eye, and never causes that giddiness of the bead, or painted sen Mi Ion in tbe eyes, that many experience in using the common Spectacles, bat strengthen and Improve the sight, as will be seen from the following testimonials front Bon. A. Jeinaon, Cap. of Tenn, Mr CMctLEF Sir: Hat ing f ally tested the meritt of your Improved Spectacles, I so not hesitate to ray tb-it they excel any T have ever tried, and find the pecu liar manner ia which they are ground, obviates tbe pain I have f requsetiy experienced in ailoc other sp-ctacl. AXDREW JOHXS0X. frost Dr. Barf en, 0 A'ew Meant. Kxoxtille, Tznx.. JuneSSth, 185. Mr. f! MCLLER. Opticus Dear Sir: The glasses yoc have prepared for me excerd la distinctness aad brilliancy of vision anv I have ever used. The prtndple of a focus aeeemmedeted to every motion of the eye, is invaluable as It prevents fatltae to tbe organ, ami does not impair vision. The beautiful transparency of the glass, with its great hardness, gives a durability which is invaluable to those having a constant demand fer them. These Improvements aroreeommendatlens for tbelr nse highly meriting public patroeaee. Very respectfully, your obedient servant. 6. H. BARTOX, M. D., of X. O. From lien. A. McClelland. Ex-Memter of Conjrett, Tennettee. Mr. C. Muller Sir: I find your gas ses to be fir su perior to those in common use. A. McOLKLLAXD. Trom Hon. ir. H. Humphreys. Judge of the Federal Court, Tennettee. I have tried Mr. Mailer's speetaystee. I consider them altogether superior to the spectadrs caairaoaly used. W. H. HUMPHREYS. Trem Saml, R. Rodders. Senator J 'rem Knox end Roane counties. Tennettee. Mr. C. Muller Sir : I take great pleasure In statins, the public that I am Being year Improved Spectacles with perfect satisradrm, both by daylight and caadk light. cons tder them a valuable Improvement . SAM. R. RODGBRS. REFERENCES. G. n. Kyle, Jacksoa, Tenn. Thomas Gamewest, Jaeksen, Tenn. Hon. John Read, " " V. B. Woodfolk, It. D., Cotton Grava, Tens. W. W. Hawkins, BrowssvlHo, tan. Wm. C. Bruce. M. D., " Mayor A. M. Sbaw, tamervllle, Tenst. Wm. II. Pol dJ titer, " " Tbe Spectacle Lens in ooraaten nse, erase faubte con vex, have but one focus, aad that being In tae eentre, ad mits of a perfect vision only through tbe eentre. Xew aa tbe eyes, in rtlltng from sMe to side, depart from thl point, it Is arfected by tbe distortions Ittctaent, and occa sions In weak eves fatigue tad pais, and la strong eyes a more frequent charge of glass for those of higher power, than is eaased by tbe simple Battening of tbe eye by age ; or, tease the langaage of many, they make the eye grow order. Could the glass be attaoked to tne eye, so as to move with It, or the head be made to turn and accommo date the tight, while the eyes remain fixed, the doable convex lens would not be so object kmab'e. But as neither ef these plans could be very well accompli bd, an easier method to remedy this important defect in all hithetto construe: ed helps to the defective human vision Is desira ble. Tbls end Is obtained in these glasses which, having not only central focus, but, fer all practical purposes, one throucbout, the objection above named is obviated, as they will eaWe the wearer to perceive objects at every angle of vision, with all tbe correctness of the natural healthy sight. Janll-dawftr DISSOLUTION. THE co-partnership heretofore existing between Drs. K. P. WATSOX fcA. L. KIMBRO. bas been dis solved by routual consent. Dr. Khnbre settles the otd basinets. X. B Dr. KIMBRO will continue business at tbeosd effiee, on Union street. Jan31-daw3m 200 SAf y ctMfo0 Ir,n Fstatoes & ItorB a-1 ,or no-rTJ-tf BOW) Jc ANDERSON Fine Cj'press Timber for Sale, Dyer County, within two miles of the Mississippi river. Into which it can be easily floated. Address the undersigned immediately at Dyertburg, Tenn. Jsnl5-daw2w S. R. LATTA. MEMPHIS INSURANCE COMPANY, Memphis, Tennessee. CAPITAL -$150,000. T. W.Wilkinson, Pres.; Ben May, Sec orncE ox jErrEnsos street. DIRECTORS. H. C. Walzer, Sam. Mossy, q. 0. Atxisjos, t. W. WlLKt-tJOJ, W. B. GREEXLAW, T. H. Arr.rw, J. J. RAWLl-tOI. marl K-tf R. F. LOONEY, A TTORXEY AT? LAW. Office ever C. W. Cherry fc ue.'s. jsho-u T.Ldfcl T. 'XS&jFt .mi,,,!'- "' 1 ' " -"- . ,'?'J " ges-pin-ignnaB., 2Et 33 -EacT O -7- k. Xi or THE NEW KUG STOHE. WE ttke pietaare in iafermtnz the cinseas of Memphii and the pnbi.c generally that we have re moved our stock of Drags to the comer of Main and Uolou streets, and will take pieasare ia aecemmo- auug alt who may favor as wltb a call. We are also in receipt of a full supply ef fresh and gen-nin- Drags, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, Jte. Particular attentioa paid to filling of Prescriptions at j all boor, of jj, nj night, I dec3I-tf B. JOIXER k. CO. Thos. Peters' Residence for Sale. T HATE for sale the Residence aad ISAM aores of land A betoagtag to Thomas Peters, Esq., lying en tbe State- uim Koaa ana the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, 2! mues east ef Memphis, at Bray's Station The impreve- otoiwihii at a Jwe img, built in Gothic Style, 9 large rooms aad 2 small ones, with closets, store rooms, ice. Kitchen, 2 servants' rooms oistera, well, t tables and barn, carriage honse, wagon shed, ke., ir. Ia short, it isoneet tbe best Improved pUees la Shelby county, all new and in perfect order. I wilt sen" the improvements aad 83 K acres of lad,era!I together. If desiree", I wBl sen tbe stock of sheep, hogs, and cattle, core, fodder, oats and pork, slaughtered aad packed la tbe smoke house. A bargain will be given. Apply to Thos. reters, or the premises, or to G. B. LOCKE, dec 21 A act tourer and Real Estate Broker. Subnrbau Residence for Sale. IOITFR for sale, span good terms, the former Resi dence of 0. F. King, Esq., lying ea tbe north side of tbe new Slate-Use road, a mile aad a halt east of the -1ty. Tbe traet osataiss II arret, aad is improved with a small residence ef three rooms, well and ether laterove- mentsi Aran, f oar acre wood lot, nearly opposite. Tbis trad Is within three qaaaters of a mile of a good charch and school, and Is ia oae of tbe best aad healthiest aetghlor hoods In the vicinity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE, Bsvl I Auctioneer and Real JSstate Broker. Piano Fortes for Sale. I HATE in store, Jast received direct from Xew York. TWELVE FIAXO FORTES, from S 1-3 to 7 octave, of saee rior finish and different styles, some besng ircaw with Pearl. They will he seat at greatly redaced prices. This preterits a most faverabte aaaartnalty to parchase a superior Instrument at a barastn. made to salt purchasers. 6. B. LOCKE, uec-13 tf AaetloBeer and Real itstaea Beeker. GOLD FEXSI Morton's 1 GOLD PHX3I Bailey'i ; GOLD PKXSI Kapp's ; GOLD PEXS I Superior Petals : GOLD PENS I Short Xtbs; GOLD PEXS I Leag Ns ; GOLD PEXS I Small Sin; GOLD PEXS I Mediam Stae; COLD PEXS! Large Size; GOLD FEXSI Engressisg; GOLD FBX5 1 Mammoth; GOLD FEXSI Staoeth aad Easy WriMag; GOLD PENS I Warranted Petals; dec2S J. E. MERRIMAX & CO. THIMBLES I From Xo. 1 te Xo. 12 ; THIMBLES! Opedaod Closed Top; THIMBLES! All Sdver; THIMBLES! Steel Tap; THIMBLES 1 Gold Octagon: THIMBLES I GcM Embossed; THIMBLES! GoM Engine Tamed ; Till V BLRS ! BsgYaved GoM ; THIMBLES! Chas'd aad Plata. Aa excellent assortment of the above eaa 'always be found at oar store, and especially at taia Hme. oec3 J. E. MERRIMAX fc CO. A Great Variety OF speeds saeh as are generally kept in ear nse of tbe meet heaalifal it j Ies, satiable tor Holiday Presents, aH of which we are selling very lew. dedW J. X. MBRRIMAN c CO. Guns. A NBW astfiaeat Jast received. -A. JaalS J. E. MERRIMAX fc CO. Shawl Pins. TTTI eaa bow supply this very daslrabie article. V V 116 J. E MERRIMAX fc CO. Spectacles. TTTE keep every variety of Seectatles that are te be rt had ta aay market We have jnst received a vary large aasJttiea to our stock, Jaol J. E. MERRIMAX fc CO. N. B. P0REST, IftEAIiEIl IX SIaAYBS, No. S7 Adanis-st, Memphis, Ten., m HAS Just received from Xorth Carolina,.,. 7h tweaty-dve likely young negroes, to which heO 572 desires to call the atteation of purchasers.) i2iHe will ba in tbe regniar receipt of Becrees!. from Xorth and Sosth Carolina every month. His Ne gro Depot is one of 'he most complete and eommedioat eotaMlshrnent ef the kind in the Southern country, aad his regalatioBs exact aad systematic, cleanliness, neat ness aad 00 v fort betag strictly observed aad eaforced Hra aim Is to t aralth to nstosrevs A. 1 tervauls 'and aeht hands, soand and perfect In body and mind. Xe groes taken ea eeattnlseiea. larrll Garden Seeds, Crop of 1S5G, D1RBCT from O. Land rath, for rte by the paper, doae a, pound, and iushel, wholesale asd retail by JeaSt-dawSw WARD fc JONES. A Teacher Wanted. THE aneVrsigned wiu give $106 and beard to a com petent Baptist Lady, who caa teach the Radish laa gaage, for a term of ten months. Only two children to be ttaght. Address, A. F. C LEA VB LAND , Jan-maw4t Slaagevtlla, Miss. ST. AGNES FEMALE AGADEMY, MEMPHIS, TENN. rTTHBSpriag term aad Fifteenth Si nam waH esm- JL mencc asi jiuauai . sac oc Tuoruary. Far terms see Circulars. Dancing at Professor's charges . jaar.ldlw.witH NOTICE. I Tl HIS Is to fnrewarB all persons f rata baker bag or em JL ploylag FRED. YOLMBR, boand to ma as aa apprentice ta the Gunsmith business far a B Banker of years. The law will be en forced against aay person or persens who will give him emphtyment, as bo has ten my sksp without eaase, before aattaias his tiase as obligated to me. A. WBISSHRBER. ,sn2lw Fresh Feathers. 1500 Jaal7 TOUXD3 new Feathers, fresh from tbe country, for sale at McKlXXET fc CO.'S. PORTRAITS, Life-Size, in Oil Colors. 0 7I jr It? A7? "fro 7T? HAS opened his STUDIO In Oark's Marble Building, where he will be pleased to see those that wish to employ his pendl. S3 Portraits alto painted from Daguerreotypes and Photographs. Jaal7 NOTICE. JOHN CUBBIXS Is my aathorUed agent daring my temporary absecce. Jaa22-dlw THOMAS CUBBIXS. olYew JFurnitwre. MrKINXEY & CO. have lately receiv ed a considerable lot of due FURNITURE from Xew York aad Boston, to which they invite tbe attention of parcaasers, at 192 Main Street, Memphis. Janl7 Chamber Furniture. BEAUTIFUL Mack enameled, plain and ornamental Oak Chamber setts, Jast received bv McKIXXEY fc CO., Jn 198 Mam strtt. Hallet, Davis & Co.'s Pianos. sia. or taose spieaaia seven Octave Plana Fortes, received par steamer Pete 3 O (J II Whetstone, and fer sale at Boston prices freight added, by Janl7 McKIXXEY t CO. Notice. I HAVE received lately a very good recsnd-hand BOIL XR. also, BRICHBX and STAND-PIPE, which I am aalborizd to sell very low for cash. The Better Is twenty six feet Ijag, thirty-six Inches diamater, two twelve taeh Hues. G. M'LEAX, Bciler-Maker, JanS-d3w:w3t Opposite Xavy Yard. Msmphls. Wanted. THREE er fsnr good MATTRESS MAKERS wasted immediately. Good wages given, at Janl7 MeKlXXEY fc CO.'S. t?25 aS-TE-LX: Stop the Runaway ! at. RAXAWAT from the subscriber, llvisg six miles Jjr northwest of nernaado, Miss.,aXegroMaB, naraec TL ALBERT. Said Albert is tetweca 25 and 30 years old, 5 feet S or E Inches high, dark complected and e.atck ipokea. Be wore off three pairs of pasts, three coats, aad carried with him two blankets. He was raised ia Halifax, Virginia, from whtcb place be was broaght by Psrrest & Jeaos, from whom I had recently bought him. I will give the above reward for hie apprehension and con finement so that I can get him. JanSO-dalm V C. GARTRKLL. NOTICE. To the Patrons of the Commercial notel FEELING very grateful to a liberal and generous pah lie for their support ia whalevsrb-arches of basi nets I hare been engaged here, I desire to reader my ac knowledgments mors especially for thdr support of this establishment, and for the qaiel and good order my gaests have enabled me to preserve in It. The liceme for retailing ipiritoous liquors at the bar having expired, it will, la deference to tbe law. be closed from and after tbls day. D. COCKRELL, Janlf-tf Proprietor Commercial Hotel. Plantatioa and Ne-rroes for Sale. iiik suDscrioer, living in i ay- ma. ette county. Tennesjee, about four Vjr mHea south of Hickory Wythe.'JV and five northwest of Macon, will 1 sell to 'ha highest bidder, on the 25th of February Next, five hundred acres of excellent LAXD. being the tract en which I now reside; 350 acres cleared and la fine state of cultivation. Improvements consist et a substantial new two-story Frame Dwelling, Gin House. Press, and all the Becessar out bouses, a most excellent well of water, good orchan et peacues, apples, pi urns ana var-out emer iraus. Also, fifteen XEGROEs, of all sexes and ages Men. Women. Girls and ChUdren and at tee same tame and place all the Com. Fodder and Oa-s, Horses, Males. Cat tle and ITegs, Carts, Wagons. Oxm, aad all aad every species of property on the Plantat! d, Including about 15, IAX pounds of fluett quality BACOX. Terms One-third nurchase money for Land dae nex' 25th December, the balance ia one aad tw. years froa that lime, in equal insiaimetHS. .negroes anu au otcei property will be sold on a credit ta 25th December, fer aH sums over $10; that sum. and under, cub. Persons wishing to examine the premises wm call on me, on the place, or my sen, L. F Dapree. jaaSS-dawtds H. DUPREE. C3 Enquirer copy anda" end bill to B. Re id fc Bro. Profitable and Honorable Employment FOR THE WINTER. PERSONS ta town or country in search of employment as a source of Income, or to fill ap their leisure hours, may hear of tech by endorln: two stamps, to par post age. ta Professor JAMES T. II0RNE, Box Xo.4.,551 Xew Yotk Post office. The employment is fitted to either sex station In life Immaterial. It Is an article of daily consumption, and can be manufactured In aay person's dwelling; secured by copyright; sales as permanent as 'flour. , An agent is wanted In every town In the TJnien. Jan21-lra Ijlcplar fatltffse Leaves MONDAY, February 3d, at 3 P. M. FOR NETT ORLEANS. BELFAST. U. L Church, Cap,; 2d. J. Berknr, Clark. , TBIS splendid rjataera packet, eCsr gt inc beat sHXosamoaatsons far passen gers, will I ave as above. Far riespK or usee apnlv en board ar to Anrata Jan311t LATALLETT8 i MORRIS, Agents. Regular .llcmphis and White RKer PACKET. Barnes ZauffIiHn3 P. MAIXGACLT, Master .J. r. BUOiLJtK, csesx. u THIS fast rattBtag, freight aad passes eS?) ger packtt, will leave Memphis tor Jaok- soaport and all intermediate ! "every Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, r. M. For f rettrht er aassage. apply on board ar to W. W. HODGE, Ageat, de38-3m Xa. 3 Beat Aveaee. 18GG. :::::: 1857, MOSES McLELLON & SUPERIOR. James P. Smith, Slaster. BEGTJLAS TJ. S. MAIL PACKET USE. u OX the resumption af fpi-':W an sarigation a line af arst jyrLLai class packets wm o-aa- arni i mence their regalar tilpt1 '""" ""' between Memphis, Cairo aad LosisvlBe, asBBeeiiB-i at Memphis wth tbe Xew Orleans packet ttae, at Cairo with the Illinois Central Railroad, and at LoaisvtOe with tbe LomsviUe aad Cinctanatl packet line. These Boats are fitted up and f nrntebea IB etegaai style. with every regard for tbe comfort and convenience of passengsrs, areoCaceredky careful aad expert-need men, who. by strict attention to business, lsope to merit the confidence and natroaaxe of tbe abUc LAVALLBTIR fc MORRW, Aaeate, Memphis. OC21 BKXBDICT fc SOX, Agents, LoutsviBe. Q Easae aad Baejatrer copy. Memphis, White Rirer and Napoleon TJ. S. MAIL PACKET, Helena, Friar's Point, Laconia & Coertia7 STEAMER HATE FRISBEE, JOHX T SHIRLEY, Mas.er....WM. T. WOOD, Clerk. ). THIS new, spleasnd aad fast seeamer, 1 aaviat; seen parcaaaea ser tae jraexei Trade in place of tbe James La.jhtlii.wa'l conttnne rzularry ta the trade, leavinz Memphis every MONDAY aad FRIDAY at 2 aatoek r. M-, punctually, connecting at Xapoleon wltb Wtrtte and Arkansas river boats, taking freagbt and paaeaagers to White river at regalar rates. Ketaransg, leaves Xapo leon every TtTBSDAY and SATORDAY, arrtvtag at Mom phis Sunday and Wednesday evtniags Thanxfal for former pattenage, the owaen hape to merit a oaatiaaaace of the jams ta Ikeir aaw boat, pe messag: strict attentioa to bnsln'ss. LAVAIXBTTE fc MOKRtS, AaenU. Xotke TO SmrpzBS. The ' Prita i ; " wist nestle freight until oae 'clock aa Mondays, and daring the en tire day Thursdays, and until one ecleek Fridays. oesIS MEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS 1856. 1S57. t err-TnT Tit INiJbi: TX order to accommodate the public, the ewaers .nd X masters of tbe Packets heretofore in the tr between the two cities have organised a toatpaayta ran a Xrt Weeki, Line at Packets between Memphis and Xew Or leans, aader the name and style of tho Memphis and New Orleans Packet Co. "TTbe Beau composing tbe Line are ad af tbe Irs atasj, inferior to none in the West or South, far speed, asmfort and safety. They will leave each place every SSmdof, li eoVinatay aad J-rMoy, at 3 o'lkxk r. at. ParfwuEer attention issU tefU I weay iuir.aw. Monday Packets'. NEBRASKA R- Alex. Irwin, Master. IXGOMAR L. Mensaaagb. " Wednesday Packets. JOHX SIMOXD6 Wm. Wray, Master, H. K. W. HILL. .Thos. Xew est, " Friday Packets. BBXFRAXKLIX -M. G. Aadars, Master. BELFAST H. L Charch, - Skinaers aad Pa 1 1 eager a may refy aa the lunalaiMlf of the boats of this line. A eontlaaaBce of the patronage Utaorte exaanded to tbe owners of this line is r-ttfully sotscsted. LAVALLBTTB fc MOUJa, Agnats. TT- OaVe adjotaing W. B. Rlrbmiatt fc Os., earaer Court s treet and Front Row. sep3 sepS I HAVE lust received ssste af I gant FRENCH BOCROOIR PIAXeL trom tho rrb-brated Ftono Faotatyr af Era KB. " at Paris and Liens it, aad af ter them for sale. I keep those splendid little OetSA;3, called Seraphlne, w.ih from ten ta thtrtam i Isua. aasl ail the latest improv meats. Tbee ar. known to ho the bsot Instruments forCkurckes, Lodges aad Srhael Roams. AK Instruments seM bv me a.e warranted for gsre ysass. X3 TuiB and Kepalrtae of Fiiass, Tkteaas, Otgans, Mtludeans, etc., etc., done ma wjrlmMBlike Bnanaar at moderate prices. X3 I da not pretend to give lessons an aay nambsr aad variety of Insli nam tits. HEXRT 6. HOLLBXBER, tanl-tt Ut Main street. Mechanical Paradox. K have far sale a tew at these saltans luiisuiniass, wbscb. by tbe aaUrely need psiacspbiof aenraper- ttaa, eonsnteteiy pa sale atiko tho phissssasisr asst aae BhihlnkiB:; no one bas yet keen aat. to aims ant tar tare Class of the not tea exhibttad by thee. Jekets, wbtah seems to set tbe taw of gravttataan allatstber at denaaae. Yea have deeVtless witaessed spiritual maaMtslstlaBi aad pasil'd voar krams ta account for tbe pbiassniri ; here ts uatetkiag eqaatty atystetiotu aa watch yon may stady as vainly ta aaaVrstand tho cans, as aa tbe satt 'ect af SftritaMlisoa. If you do not setsevo, easae aad see for yourselves aad you win acknowli ape that M is the most mysteries development of ntecbsairal laws pea have ever seen ar heard af. J. X. MBRRIMAX fc GO. THE undersigned has a set of the latest improved St. L nis Steam Saw aad Grist Mm Machinery, watch be wishes to sell, either part far cash or all oa Usne. Any person wtskiag to bay tbe macbiaery, and bas ant a feed situation to pat the mill up, I will sett him, tar nery or oa time, six ar seven hundred acres of as aeed llartir'il, land at is in tbe county, nine miles from MenaMs, and two from tbe Memphis and Ohio Railroad. My mill has a 10-inch cylinder and two 33-inen boilers, IS teat tsnur. All of tbe machinery ts sew aad in good run Brag order bands for Saw aad Grist Mill. My Macbiaery runs two Ssws tbe lower oae flfty aad tbe apper oae thirty inches. This Mill is warranted to cat one tbeesaad feet of la alter per hoar, if attended ts as it should be. Aay person wishing to bay anil eaa get a bargain by caHtag an tho subscriber, at his residence, oae and a half asifel sf Ral etgh, Shelby county, Tnn. ian9-tf D. M. SANBHRI.IN. Trustee's Sa!o of Real Estate. In pursuance of a Deed ef Treat executed tome . . b t i. in . n uirr ivr sir nut.t vl v -u. .wfe-isrra- eighteen bandred and fifty-nve, and duty reeeeded ia the Register's once of tbe county at Shethy, aad Statu of Tennessee, in Book Xo. 19, pages IPS, 167 and 16R, ea March 21st. 1868. 1 will proceed to sell tar cash, at poetic sale, in front of R B. Lsdre's Auettea Honse, east eide of Main street, Memphis. Tennessee, at 11 o'clock, aa SATURDAT. tbe 11th of February, A. B. lSe7, the fol lowing described liOt Of GrZTOISLXXCL, with the improvements thereon, to wit: Begtaatae: at a stake oa tbe east side of Raybnrn street, atW. T. Avevy's (new R A. Parker's) tonthwest earner; thence tooth wtth said street four haadred feet and six inches (tee feat) to a stake; tbeace east s.vsn hondred aad sixty-oae feet and six laches pt feet) to a stake on Paik's ave nue; thence north with said avenue four tsaadred feet aad six inches (tWM feet) to a stake at the said W T. Avetx's (now R. A. Parker's) southeast corner; thence wtth salt W. T. Avery's (now R. A. Farker'a) south ttase, was seven handred and sixty-one leet and six laches fTStH feet) to tbe bestianias;, con taming 'seven acres (7 aena); being the north halt of Lot Xo. 199, laid of by Wltasssah by Williams, sooth of and near tbe city ef Memphis, sad the same that was deeded to Wm Joyner by H. L. Oaten ea the 3d day of April, 1861. and registered in tbe Regis ter's e-Boe of Shelby county. Teaa., ia Book 18, pages Na. 394 and 305. on the 7tb--4ay of May, IM. and atea deeded by Wm. Joyner to Wra. Richardson Hunt, cn tbe 6th ef January. 135-1. and by said Heat deeded ta Wm. Walker. The title to the above property ts undisputed, bat I convey only such title as It vested la me as Traetee. Equity of redemption Is waived by tbe terms of tbe Deed of Trust. J D. WILLIAMS, Trustee. Memphis, Janaary 10th, 1867-Janlltds JDental JVottce ' iIMl af. UK. J. MIKPU5I RUWUl an innws MS fl . -ra has a fine assortment af Arttectai Teetst. and is nresared. where the gams are soand and free of sensitiveness, ke.. to Insert Teeth en GsW ar Sliver Plate, in twenty-four hoars after tbe cast is taken. Specimens of Teeth ea Plate can be seen at my sAee. All other operations p-r formed as usual. 53- Office over Winn's Saddlery Store, Wats Bath-Maa, opposite Cart Square. Jnat7-tm ESTRAY. TAKEN ap at my house, aae BAY Jr&aSH, "yjiStttthiai foot white. Had an new saadteaad bridle. Inquire of K. J. B, L. WIXX, Jaal7-tf Xo. 23i Maln-tt. CASH ADVANCES. THE tSBderstened, at present representlBg the honse ef BREWER fc CALDWELL. Xew York,, wag malr Ctheral Cash Advaaeas on Cotton consigned te them loC sale. Applj at -17 Freat Row, up stairs. Sp27-tf WM. TJ. HULL. Nut Crackers. C10ME very suo-taatial and Wea.tltul arttdes of tMs kind sew for sale by as. Jan 15 J. K. MERRIMAX fc CO. Dry Goods at Wholesale. TUST received, direct from Xew York, ea consignment, J of upwards of $30,900 werth of seasonable Staple Dry Goods. The geods being on cenetgnment, I eaa af ro rd and win sell belt :r bargains than ever was etTrred ta thlsdty. Merchants and planters, wbe urteb to bay by the piece will and to their Interest to examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. G. B. LOCKE, nov5 Auctioneer and Real Bstate Broker. FIFTY bbls. On Rye Whisky aad Boarkon, warrant est pure, la store aad fer sale by BOYD fc ANDERSON, nev27-tf Xo. 157 Main street. Laths and Shingles. BOGERT fc WITT are still maktrtq Laths, and are al ways prepared to supply the paMtc with the bestar- ttete at reduced prices. They are also mskist. Sbtagles. and will keep a sapply constantly on hand. MM On Welf river, above the Bayou. July 18, S6-ly Lots at Private Sale. I OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, unimproved Lots, 121,122.125,12, 103, 1M, 131, 132. Improved Lets. 1 S3 and 170 being on the plan of sabdivkiOBOf Greenlaw, Saffarrans, Looney fc Krete. G. B. LOCKE, rmvz-tr Auctioneer and Real --state atreier. R. S. PARHAM, LAWYER, Memphis. Office en Main street, oppssMe Clark's Marble Block, ap stairs, above John "oil's drng Store. Jsn30-diw!w A COOK WANTED. A GOOD COOK ts wanted fer a smalt family. An eiXi woman preferred, and one that has no cMdrta. A fs.tr rrice win be paid, it early application is made at tka Appeal (Mice. eZl3l A GOOD COOS. MAT be had by applying to MRS. PARILUT. JanJ-lra Cerser of Exchange and Third streets. i i j aisTiiat.jiiT i i, iifi,,,, , U av"i-Br-nf r . i tlnttr 1 1 'iltsiii