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THE DAILY APPEAL.
THURSDAY- FEBRUARY 26, 185", (TP-IVe are indebted to Charley Steele, our rMuwfl iimu, imt i u"; .... call attention to the large-sale of aegroes by Mr. Tf. H. Macos, at Semerrttte, on 2d asy ef March next. (gT Mr. "W. H. Gotan, of Holly Springs, Mis., bu plseed hi coder eferigittans for a package of New Orleans papers. We learn that the cabin of the Hum beta sas bets secsred by wreckers, and tbat a port ten ot the cargo has ben get en s here. g" Attention is called to the card of Nor ton tL Co., who lure established a publtttil&g houss, on Adaxi street, I execatt&g in a handsome itjle any work in their line. (g?" The bodv of Frederick J. Miller, sssoc OsL Wm. L "Milieu, etDeSote eesety, Miss., was brovgat sp oa the Simonit day before yesterday, and yitrrday hsterred In Blmwoed Cemetery. Rev. Dr. Grundy departed on board the Elaine (Kajne.eniloBaiy last, rer nis Dome in aisysvilie. We aaderstasd be hag net yet determined npon accepting the pastorship ft I be Second Presbyterian Cfesrch. KS" There was almost a comDlete mail fail sre aigfet before last. "We only received eight papers yes- tetday, and tbey were far tonied time, We do net tsow new to account fr a fallcre or this tied, when tbe weather In alt direel iocs Is represented by the telegraph as fair. Monroe Street. Ob behalf of pedestrians geeeraSy, we again ran we attention or or city antaor i ties to the seeesetty ot pferMing croiFia;en this street beyond Second. They are much seeded and we are cacti' deet " the powers that be" wilt hearten nnto oar en treaties." S?"The steamer Jamt LaueMin met with an aorMest M Tuesday morning aben't four o'cleck, by eessBS in cosrteet with a snag when Just alwe the month of 'Waste rtTfr. descending. The snag entered under her larboard guard, aBd passed tbrooeh the boiler-deck and hurricane reef, tatoring two of the state-rooms. For taasteiy bo paswefiers were injured, or damage done to any at tbetreigat. Memthis Medical Coixege. Oa Fridar CTeaiBK ezt the dettrertag at the Dipt" to the crsd vattas ctas at tbe Uedtcal OoKege win tile place In the Oaayge Halt, ExcbaseBaMtBs. Tbe exer etoes wffl be peaed aadelesed bT.Kfv. Dr. BRTASJ the Diptemis WW be jvrt leated bTtEEQ- Pope, E?j ; and the address deilrered by Dr. Shakes. The pnbttc ceBeraHy are in TMedtoattead. 2rThe "Lady' Eome Magazine" for Itartsi, has been receired tram tbe pbtt4ers, T. S. ia TBCS &. Co , MS TTalsat stmt, PbtUdeipbla. It is a Kagszlne that caatatas a large amenst et lsteresting restiag matter tor lad es, and derates a large space to tathioas aad beatexeeptng. It is pabtisbed at $3 per aassa. In adranee. Coal. Tbe nastier of coal bests which has gee down the rirtr, says the LeaisviHe Journal, et last Satarday, IntinJed tor SmHatand, Memphis, Vkhsbsn;, Natchex, asd Nsw Orteaas, is thlrty-serm ptlrs. Nine t thtm assd arer the F.Hs and twenty-eight through thtCaaal. Tbey areraged 2,W9 bnsbels per pair, which win make the tatal shitment ot coal over 936.699 bnshels. Memphis and Charleston Railroad .Nearly riiiHED. -'Wt learn tbat two sets ot hands are bow assirdy engaged, day and sight, la petting do wn tbe iraa oa both eads t this road, and that tbe whole work wW. be probaMy eoeaateted tor tbe cars abast the IstetApra. Tats iscfaeeria: news, indeed! The cam' plettsn ot this ETeat eaterprise wM tend a thriU ot de- Xltt ram tbe Attaatic ssabaard to tbe MtssiMlppl river, aad pr is sn ear already steadily prospering city, a Used ot eeamercia! wealth which will net only please bat astoaith the most ardent friend ot the road. Let ns pre pare ti reaHie osrhrdiant destiny. Theatre- The tragedy of Romeo and Jalitt was presested at the Theatre last night, to a large and appredaHre aadieace. Hiss LOQAK, in her treat char acter of Jutict, waa Bew laarels. In the most effective parts cf the last acts of the tragedy, the aadience seemed spelt beaad, so Garth d away were their feeitags, by the H.'f-lUe disdatmlag at grief asd firm refolve of the In Jared aad dittreseed cbiM et proed and Laaglty parenu. Itr. Liwler'i Kosaeo was a See piece ot acting, and be received, as be deserved, tbe meed ot praise from those 1h attendance. Ta-atgat, Fazie, or tke IleXan Wtt, vM be presentml, Hiss Los AS aapeartag as Bianco. Criminal Court. The trial ef Frederick Stosekes, abarged with'beBMrderot Oesst Vaciie, was ysterday osuciaded in tbe Criartnel Oaert, and the case given to tbe Jary Tfery had net retnrned a rerdict at tbe hoar ot adjaaramcat. H. it. True was braaght betors Jaage McK'tERXAS yesterday atlernaB, on a writ of hebezi torpm, and dis charged from eaetedy. We leaned last night that II. 21. True was a till ia castady. Tke person who west bis baB as the eM charge dsavered bha ap, and the Sheriff teek charge of him. Nicaragua Meeting Postponement. Owiag to eoBM BaisaaderetaadicE Odd FeHav'a Itall was Bat legated ap last atgi t in dee zeasoa, so thit oar ctti xeas were deoied tbe pteosare of hearing Cel. Xeivev, taaebtag the araseat coedittan, the objects aad sttimate triomabart. termination at the 'Walker cease In Nicara gua. Be wB certainly speak to-night at Old Fdlows' EU. Cl. Kxwen is sot snly perfecCy familiar with the c jwtrr abest wfaiefa be proposes to speak, bat having 00 capted a Bear aad eongdeatUl postMan toward President Walker tram tbe Srst cosmeBeemeat of bis enterpi he in Central America, ap to tbe present boar, li felly pre pared to eemmeaieate inch infsrmatiOB as will be inter esting aad desirable by all wbe sympathise with oar strng giactrfcsd la tie Sooth; and tbedo Bet? Webe?peak Ix him a large aadseace, and doett sot sack an osc wH weieome and cheer him. Fugitive Slaves Picked up in the River. Tke desk ot tbe steamboat FalU City. Mr. WM. II. BctJDBER, appeared at Justice JOHSSOX'' Ooart, Pine street, St. Lot, ea Satarday fortiMoa, with two ne groes picked ap la tbe river opposite Booth's Point, New Madrid coenty, ea Friday night. Between nine and ten o'clock crie et distress were teaid on bo aid, -proceeding from tbe river. Tbe boat was stopped and a yawl lovar d, aBd after some search, two half-drowsed segroes were reteatd from the wreck of a capsized tits'. Tirty stated that they were Peier aged 36, and Arcby 36 years, slaves of llr. Watxiks. of HaatsriBe, Alabama; that wh two otheri, Tbofsal aad Prettei, tbey bad mn away from hit piaataMea at Caavers, bnsse tbe overseer was about to So: them, aad bad traveled by night far two weeks the distance ot a haaored sides, till they came to Booth's Poiet, where tbey state as old skin and pat acroes the river, the skMT SfAag when they were abact a handred yardi tram the ebore. Tbe fear desg to H till it rotted ever, when the two last their hold asd were drown. Peter and Areby are ooaaaed to be kept for their master. So says the St. Laais Seaecrci ot iloaday last. Drs. G. W. & H. M. Acree (Dentists) morn their thaBks to Dr. KcGowax for tbe rp-4-imtn ef Tooth Powders presented by htm. We have tested it and flad it an rxcaHent dentifrice for tbe teeth, and as triegent for ths gaias. "We presume tbe. Dr. has a few more boxes of the same sort left. Lst every one who hss diseased gams and teeth try it. It Cleansethe System Prevent Disease. Hurley's Sarsaparilla, is aBqaestioBably tb mot surpri sing asd wobdrtal mediciae et tbe age No matter bow inveterate tbe disease, or of wbatderaiiea or character, it Is eertaia to reach it. TheaaBd aee it dnring the spring to psrsfy the blood. Bolt . Clipper. Oil CI01I1! BKATJTIFCL Patte- ss, Jast resolved at onr.new stand, No. 221 Jtain street. febJt WINSTON. CHCBCHILL k CO. Shades! Shades! LARGEST assortment ever broaeht to this market, at oar new stand, No. 221 if ate street, f ewl t WINSTON, OH PRCHILL fc CO. TFall Paper! "VI EW asd beantif al Patterns, Jast received at ear Bew yi siasd, No. 221 Main street. febfit WINSTON. CHURCHILL & CO. Cocoa Urattinc! ; at oar rtw sued, No. 231 WaVn street. TtJST received WINSTON, CHHKCHILL&CO. Furniture: EVKRT variety sow receiving at oar new stand. No. 221 Uatn street, one door soath of MeKtaney k Co., (Rebiasoa, Morgan t Co. 'a old sUad.) febM WINSTON, CH0RCH1LL ft CO. g3- EvoBing News copy. 3etiroes, m A VALUABLE Family of NEGROES, consisting f of a Woman pood Cook, Ironer asd Washer with iat three vert likely children, heaKhy and sound sold gat for no fault. Apply Immediately 10 febSi-wlt SPEED & STRANGE FOR SALE OR REST. THE RESIDENCE recently occupied by James T. Pet tit, on tbe New State Line roaJ, with fourteen acres ef toad, or more. It desired. ALSO, a sew Frame Dwelling, with six comfortable rooms, rood garden aad eat-boasej. on Central Avenue, oeeasKe the residence ot Gen. I. G. Harris. Apply .to J. M. SHAW & CO., or JAS. A. CABNKS, febSI-dlw FOR SALE, ARB6IBSNCE oa Beal street ; A COTTAGE oa Bcbei street A LOT ea Mala street; Several beaatlf al LOTS in tbe country. FOR REXT. Asamber ef BOOHS, soluble rsr Oflces and Seeping Booms, ia tbe Post Office Block. Also, a number of Booms ia tee Richmond House. Apply to febSi-dSt B. B. WADDELL. WASTED, A SITUATION a) Boot-Keeper or Ssiesnan in a Dry XX. Good, or Wholesale Grocery House, by an experienced b.ssd. Unexceptionable references can bo given. Ad dress H. XI.. at ths cSee of this paper. b24-Jw Arrivals and Departure!.' Wedsesdat, February! Peter Tetlen, New Orleans to Louisville. Ogleeby, Nw Orleans to Louisville. NewMonongahtla, NewOrleans to St. Louis. Win. Noble, Cincinnati to New Orleans. Aleenla Nashville to M npljlj. J. E. Woodruff, New Orleans to StsLooli. Col. Crossman. Louisville to New Orleans. Ambassador, Nashville to New Orleans. Jobs SimonHs, New Orleans to Memphis. James Laugblln, White river to Memphis. Empress, Louisville to New Orleans. J W. Gheesaian, New Orleans lo St. Louis Monarch, New Orleans to Cincinnati. Hiawatha. New Orleans to St. Lonls. Aleeala, Memphis to Nashville. Magnolia, It. Louis to New Orleans. River Matters. Appeal News Box. We have placcduponthe Wharf Boat a Newt Box, for the reception et papers from our friends en the river. We trust tbe otacers of boats will drop capers therein, for this omce, and we will return due thanks for saeh favors. S3 The river continues to rise opposite our city. The weather Is dear and warm The steamer Aleor.ia arrived early yestetdaymorn- log with a heavy lead ot f rsight, a portion ot which was landed for re-tbtpmeBt to New Orleans. She departed last evening for Na-hville, crowded with passengers. S3- The Xatt FrUbee will be found at the lanOisg this morning, from Xapoieea. She departs on her return trip to-morrow afternoon, carrjlag the United States mall, and connecting at the meals ot White river with ths mall packet far Jacktecpert. S3-The fine, fast steamer Danltt Boone, the prids ot Csmberlasd river, will be here this mornlBg from Nash- vitte. She parsed nickman yesterday morning. She is one ef tbe flaett packets that we have, and Is Justly pcpU' lar. She ivm return on Friday afternoon at thrceo'dock, oonnectiag with tbe lit roe la Central Railroad at Cairo, and taking passengers to anyot the Intermediate land tags between this city and Nashville, Hir accommoda tions are aasarpassed by any boat In the trade, and com manded by tbe popular Captain James Lee, passengers can rest assured ef beirs mad at home. The gentle? manly chi-t drt, Mr. Charles Sosxtagg, will be foand in the office, ready and willing to glrewhatever in formation may be desired and our yoaog friend, Mr. Claiborne, wIH be foand on shore attending to ths wants ef shippers. Tbe itor dM not leave St. Louis until Tuesday last. She win arrive te-Blght or to-morrow, and return with dispatch. S3" The UtmphU is dee from Claeinaatl to-morrew. J3" The Joan Simonit arrived from New Orleans yesterday morning, and discharged her f rrlgbt, asd start ed np to Randolph, whertasbe will take on board a quanti ty er freight, and return t ) our city to day. She will de part far New Orleans lo-morrow evening. T- Tbe Xaeestar is sow due from New Orleans. She wil. nest likely arrive to-day. S3 "c copy the f olUwisg trcm ths St. Linlt Deao- crcl, ot ths 23d Inst : " The river was on a stand yesterday, and lacks only four feet ot getting cn the summit of the levee. Last reports tram ail the upper rivers, stated tbat all were rising, aad we presume taty are new on a stand, or near ly so. Business very brisk. Twelve arrivals Saturday, and seven yesterday. Although about twenty boats left on Saturday, the landing yesterday was girded densely with beats. "The weather was delightful yesterday, and thousands et the fair and tbe rough promenaded tbe levee." oil Jtlerpiman'Ss YOU WILL FIND SPECTACLES ! Sincle Temple, gold. SPSCTACt ES! Jack Downing Slides, gsM. SPBCTACLES 1 neavy Slidles, gold. SPECTACLES! Wire Temples, gold. i-PBCTACLES! Turn Pin Temples, geld. SPSfTACLESI Extra Fine Temples, gold. SPECTACLES 1 Gold Frames Periscopic Glasses. SPKCTACLBS 1 Gold Frames, Doub e Convex Lens, SPECTACLES! Gold Frames, Convex Lens. S'ECTACLKSI Gold Frames, $5 to $20. SPECTACLKS! Slver Frames Silver Temples. SPECTACLES ! Silver Frames, Jack Downing Slide, cprrt ipivci cn 17. Mu 11.. 1-1 r .1 . SPECTACLKS ! Silver Frames, Pertseepic Lens. SPECTACLES! Silver Frames, d'MeCenvexGlasses. SPECTACLSS ! Silver Fran e. Concave Lens. S SPECTACLES I Silver Frames, $1 to $1. ai-jstfAtLEU steel r rames, Periscopic Lers. SPECTACLES! Steel Frames, Double Convex Lens. SPECTACLES! Steel Frames, Concave Glasses. SPECTACLES! SteelF amei, S rgle Temples, SPECTACLES! Steel Frames, Turn Pin Temples. SPECTACLES 1 Steel Frames, with Clerical Eyes. SPECTACLES! Steel Frames, Bine Glasses. SPEOTAI LES! Steel Frames, Green Glasses. SPECTACLES ! Steel Fran, Grey Glasses. SPECTACLES! Steel Fram's, with Dnb!e Eyes. SPECTACLES ! With fine net wort Protectors. SPECTACLES! Gold Frames, with Springs. SPECTACLES! With Spi lags. Shell, concave. SPECTACLES! With Springs, Shell, convex. SPECTACLES! With Springs, Silver, oval. SPECTACLES ! With Sprinzs. oval. Stel. SPECTACLES I Wlih Springs, round Eyes. SPKCTACLBS I Hand Spectacles. SPECTACLES! With sese-boWers. SPECTACLES! For yessc persons. SPECTACLES 1 For middle age. SPECTACLES! For old people. SPBCTACLES! Per short sight, SPECTACLES! For weak slgtt. SPECTACLES! For cataract eyes. SPECTACLES! For ladies. SPECTACLES! For gentlemen. SPECTACLES! For servants. SPBCTACLES! For all kinds of ej cs. SPECTACLES! Of all prices. SPECTACLES! '-With so nonsense about then." SPECTACLES! Of the ' Sparkler " Tariely. SPECTACLES! For Railroad Onus. SPECTACLES I For Railroad travelers. SPECTACLKS! TOat will suit you. E rerythiug else in on- line that yea may be In want of: Watches. Jewelry, Silver Ware, Plated Ware, Guns, Cases, Cloaks, will suit you. Comeaadsee! J. E MERRIMAN t CO., 253Maln-st. Union Block, feb2I-daw2w Memphis, Tenn. fflcmpliis IFoundery AKD IACHESiE SHOP, Ad3ms Street, Mempliis, Tenn., IS now prepared to do all kinds ot Machine Work; also. Steamboat Work ot evsry description. Steam Engines, Saw Mali ot every description. Cotton and Wool Ma chinery, Gin Gearing. Planing Machines. Also, Brass Funndery, Caetiag and Finishing, Steam Gusge Cocks and Cakting of every description, heavy Wrought Iron Forg 1b?, Wrought Iron Gratiasa for Jails, Eonk Vaults, Cel lar asd Side-Walk Grates, Iron Fencing ot every descrip tion made to order. Also, House Frosts, Window Caps asd SiUs, of varhm patterns. In a word, I am prepared to (to every description of work In my line. I have doit is shop the latest and most improved pat terns of Steam Esgiaes. ISAAC PHE LON S. McKekxa. Snpeilnteadest feblO-Iy Received This Day, and for Sale. Ififi BBLS. Superfine Flour ; 1 U U 100 bUs. Extra Family Flour; 160 " Fancy Illinois " 60 " T Harrison's " M " Cape Jassamln " ISO kegs No. 1 L-at Lard; 5 casks sew Bacon Hams ; 269 boxes, halt aad quarter boxes Candles ; 100 exs Western Reserve Checs ; 200 bags OoSee, Rio, Lagnlra, St. Jago asd Java; 110 bads Sogers; SO bW Oraebed Sugars ; 15 bWs Powdered Sagais; 25bbis Cofre Sugars; 60 bbis and SO half barrels Molasses ; 260 bbis and half bbls Dexter'a Whisky ; 380 kegs best Eastern Nails Plaster Paris, Cement, Lime, Soda and Batter Crack ers, Champagne Wloei and Cider, Pickles, Catsups, Sauces, Baltimore Oysters, Lobsters, Tobacco, Cigars. MaUbes, B earns. Buckets, Tubs and everything krpt in a Grocery lioase, all of which we will tell, wneiesale or retail, cheap, to tbe trade HANCOCK, CLARK U CO., feb!8 No. 16 Front Row, Memphis. Received per steamer Memphis. BEDSTEADS, Tables, Sofas, Bureas, Desk, Chairs, of every variety aad style, including fifty doAS Split Chain, best quality. Send Is yonr orders to. GEO. FLAnERTT & BRO., febll Garner Main and Union JVotice. THE sndertigned having on thn lst Jasuaty last as sociated with u Mr. ROBERT BANKS, under the tt;te ot MOORE, ITALSTEAD 4c CO.. are now building an extensive establishment for the manufacture of Doors, Sasli, Blinds, mouldings, Turning, Scroll ITork, &c. We have also added machinery for drestlcg Flooring, Weather Boarding, and every description ot building ma terial, with all tbe latest Improvements asd inventions adapted to our line or business. Tbeir JV'cts jfoimcnf is on Second street. Imme diately South of Union, and will be fully under way by tbe IStb March next. Thankful for past favors they respectfully solicit a continuance ot the same. feblS-dawlm MOORE k HALSTE AD. Candles. BOXES CANDLES, for sale by febll-lw STOCKLET. NELSON i CO. 500 Rice CASKS RICE, for sale by feblMw STOCKLET, NELSON i. CO. 10 Memphis Gas Eiclit Company. rpHE election for Directors oftbe Memphis Gas Light 1 toipiaj Kin ue fiewak iucouicc uu uaiuAvaj 2Slh instant. Tbe particular attentien of all Fitters and Consumers of Gas Is called to the 4th, 6th. 9th ahd 10th sections of the By-Laws, as they will be rigidly enforced. feb!7-d2w WM. UCFFIN, President. Coal : Coal T) ECEIVED about 4 000 barrels of COAL, at theland- XX Ins, near Messrs. Tltns & Co.'s Cotton Shed, and for sale at 73 Cents per Barrel. Orders left with Messrs. Todd & Goyer, Front Bow, or with David Park, win receive attention. W. D. BROWN & CO., feb21-2w Madison street. DISSOLUTION. THE co-partnership heretofore existing between Drs, K. P. WATSON & A. L. KIM BRO. has been dis solved by mntual consent. Dr. Kimbro settles the old business. N B Dr. KIMBRO win continue business at the old office, on Union street Jan24-daw3m IVegrocs, Negroes, &c Si. EIGHT likely and valuable NEGROES for sail Jft two women, splendid Cooks, Washers and Ironers; Tl bays and girls, good house servants far cash or In exenance at a fair cash valuation, for the erection asa completion of Building Houses on Adams street. Alio, a very large acddeslrab'.e HOUSE asd LOT on Poplar street. Also, eight or ten very desirable Lets on, Washington street. . Tbe above wil be sold orglren In exchange upon liberal terms for cash, or for building, A.C For particulars apply to E. H. PASHIELL, feb34-3t Poplar street, f atet Dkfos I)g dcflrajf TO ASSOCIATED PRKSS OF MEMPHIS. AEBIVAL OF THE STEAMEK INDIAN. Four Days Later from Europe. Baltimore, February 21. The steamer Indian has arrived, with four days later Intelligence from Eurrpa. Cotton arm. Middling Orleans, 7K J Mobile middling 7 9-10 Upland,77-10. Sales for three day s, 83,000 bales. Floor declined CJ. Other articles unchanged Money un changed. The political news Is unimportant. New Tors, Fsbruary 34. Ptr Indian The Cotton market exhibits so new feature; quotations ateadn de mand fair. Bat few circulars received by this steamer. Private letters quote Cotton market unchanged. Specu lators and exporters took 20,000 bales. Fair Orleans 8K Mobile 7 13-16; fair uplands 7).'; middling Mobile 7 1S-16. Flour advanced Is. CJ.2a. Wheat dull. Corn cn changed. Provisions generally unchanged. Money easy at previous rats a. Contois Arm, unchanged. Tke America had arrived out. Telegraphic markets Ciscixxati, February 21. Flour dull, nominal. Pro visions unsettled New bacon sides, 10X. New Tork, February 21 Flour, declined. 'Wheat, Arm. Cora, dull. Irregular. Pork, buoyant, sales Mess, $23- (Kommtrrial flatters MEMPHIS DAILT APPEAL OFFICE, I FRIBAT, February 26, IS57. COTTON There was a geaeral dullaeai is tbe market yesterday and we hear cf but few sales. Prices are un. changed, and we csntlnue former quotations. MEMPHIS COTTON QUOTATIONS. Inferior nominal I Strict MIddllng.l2J-S12X Ordinary 10M10K I Good Mid.Ulng.l2rrdlS GoodOrdlnary....!! 1IX I Middling Fair..UK13K Low MMojinr....nsnH 1 fair ncmlnal, Middling 11X12 I Exchange and Bank Koto List. BANKING HOUSE or O. TftT. CHEHRY eto CO., COR. IKO.tl HOW AAII MADISOX-ST. BVT1SB RATES sELLIXO BATE. EXCHANGE. hew Tork......... Kprcm I Jew Tork.. ...... .1 prem ew Orleans.. ....lKprem I New Orleans 2 prem LeatsvllIeJt Cln. Kprem I Louisville & Cln. I prem St. Louis xprem 1 st.Louis. 1 prem BANK NOTES. ew Orleans 1 prem 1 New Orleans I Vcrem rtertsuarouna.... 2 au. all targe upper Miss. Mut, Ins. Co.. par. Csuntry...... Kprem STECIE. American uoia.....lxprem tuold...... 3 prem Silver IX prem I Silver 3 area iiignesi marten rates paia tor Land warrants. Hi.iirpl Ijind Serin fnr Ie. A. JUST received from North Carolina, South Caro Tjf Una. Georgia asd Kentucky among them two good luackunitns. . VT, f.bciMlawtn v rt vnnnifST FINE WATCHES. addition toour large steck we have received a la' ot JL Copenhagen Watches made to our order the finest Watch ever offered lu this market. frbl5 F H. CLARK it CO. LOCKETS ! LOCKETS! TUST rec Ired, a fine assortment ot superior GOLD LOCKETS, male expresslv for Melalnotypes, by W. H. DESHOKG. 181 Main street. febll Opposite the Worsbsm House. ( ARPET3, Curtains, Shades, ate , at UU FLAHERTY t BRO'S, febl4 Corner Main and Union. Memphis, Tens. In Chancery at Memphis. STATE OF TENNESSEE At Rules held in the Clerk's ems, Chancery Side cf the Common Law and Chan cery Court et the ally of Memphis, Monday, February 2d, 1S57. A. J. White, Complainant, VI. George Dixon, A. N. Edmonds, George W. Cheek and John U. Wagcencr, Defendants. It appearing from affidavit tiled in this cause, that the Defendants, ueorge W. Cheek and John H. Waggener, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee: It is ordered that they do enter tbeir appearance herein before or with in the first three days of tbe next term ot said Court, to be held on the fourth Monday in May next, (1857,) and plead, answer, or demur to Complainant's bill, or the, same will be taken for confessed as to tbem, and set for hearing ix-parit. asd tbat a cops of this order be publish ed once a wek, forfaur successive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. A copy attest : JOHN C. LANIER, Clerk and Master. Jas B. Thornton. Sol'r for Compl't, feb!2-law4w In Chancery at Memphis. STATE OF TENNESSEE At Rules held in the Clerk's odce. Chancery Sldeot the Common Law and Chan cery Court of the city of Memphis, Monday, February 2d, IS07 William D. Brown, Complainant, vt. James Jobsson, W. A, Jshnson, Dcmpiy Weaver and Thomai James r lnnie Def esdsnts. It appearing from affidavit filed In this cause thit the def esdant,W. A. Johnicn.la a non-resident of the but? of Tvnsrssee : It Is ordered that be do enter bis appearance herein before or within the first three days of tr.e next term of said Court, to be held on tbe fourth Mc uay la May next, (1857 ) and plead, answer, or demur to Complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed aa to him, and set for hearing ex-part e. and tbat a cony of this order be published once a week for four successive weeks in the Memphis Appeal. A copy attest : JOHN C. LANIER, C'srk asd Muler. A. Wright, Sol'r for Compl't. , febl2-lawlw In Chancery at Memphis. STATE OP TENNESSEE. At Rules held in the Clerk's office. Chancery Side ot the Common Law and Chan cery Court of the city ot Memphis, Monday, February 2d, 1857. Jobt M. Taylor asd Thtephilss Paalding, firm of Taylor and Paulding, Complainants, William Hill, John M Fowtll and J. J. McMnrray, Defendants. It appearing from affidavit Sled in this cause tbat tbe Defendant, John M. Powell, Is a son-resldestof tbe Stats ot Tennessee: It Is ordered that he do enter his appear ance L-Tcin before or within the first three days of the next term of ssld Court, to be held on tbe fourth Monday in uay next, (lu?,; ana plead, answer or demur to Complainant' bill. 01 the same will be takes for con fessed as to him, and set for hearing ex-parte, and that a copy of till order be published once a week for four successive wetks In the Memphis Appeal. A copy attest: JOHN O. LANIER, C &U. A. Wright, Sol'r for Comp'lts. teb!2-ltwlw In Chancery at" Memphis. STATE OP TENNESSEE At Rules teid in the Clerk's office. Chancery Side of tbe Common Law and Chan cery Court of tbe city ot Memphis, Monday, February 2d. 1851. David M. Currln, Complaisant, ft. John McSheely and Thomas Peters, Defendants. It appearinf from affidavit filed is this cause that the Defendant, John McSheely, Is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee: It Is erdered that he do enter his appear, ance herein before or within the first three days ef tbe next term of said Court, to be held on the fourth Monday in May next, (lbS7.) and plead, answer or demur to Com plainant's bill, or tbe same will be taken for eenfetsed a. to blm and set for hearing ea porte, and that a copy ot this order be published once a weak f,r four success ive weeks in tbe Memphis AffetX. A copy Attest: JOHN C. LANIER, Clerk and Master. Wright, Currin and Eldrldge, Sol'rs fcr Cemplalsasts. febt2-lawlw In Chancery at Memphis. STATE OF TENNESSEE. At Rules held In the Clerk's office. Chancery Side of the Common Law and Chan cery Court ot the city of Memphis, Monday, February 2d, 1857. The Memphis asd Little Rock Railroad Company, Complainants, VI. Vose, Livingston it Co., ard F. H. Cossltt, Defendants. It appearing from affidavit filed In this cause that the defendants, "Tose, Livingston h. Co.," and r. H. Cossltt, are non-residents of tbe State of Tennessee: It Is ordered that they do enter their appearance herein before or with in the first three days ot the next term of said Court, to be held on the fourth Monday la May next, (1857,) asd plead, answer or demur to Complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them, and set for hearing ta-parle, and that a copy of this order be published ones a week for four successive wsska Is the Memphis Appt al. A copy attest: JOHN O. LANIER, Clark aad Master. A. Wright, Sol'r fer Compl't. febl2-lawlw In Chancery at Memphis STATE OF TENNESSEE: At Rules held in the Clerk's office Chancery sldeof the Common Law and Chancery Court of the city ot Memphis, Monday, Fbruary2d, 1657. Moses Bombcrger, Ada'r of Wza. Goodman, d.c'd, Complaisant. vt. William Goodman, Calvin Gs-dman and James Goodman, J. E Ward and others, creditors of the estate et Wm. Goodman, dee'd, Defendants. Bill tuggettina Intolvency of Extate, frc. It appearing from affidavit filed In this canst that the Defendants, James Goodman and J. X. Ward are non residents of the Stste of Tennessee: It Is ordered that tbey do enter their appearance herein befrre orwlthia the first three days of the next term, ot said Court,'asd plead, answer or demur to Complainant's b.ll, or the same alll be taken for confessed as to them, asd ret for hearing ex-parte. It Is further ordered that all persons Interest ed or claiming to be creditors ot the estate .cf William Goodman, dee'd, be notified arid required to come forward, exhibit their demands and have themselves made parties Lithe bill, and Use belr claims with tbe Clerk and Mas terof said Court, properly authenticated, on or before the fourth Monday in May next, (1857,) or the same will be for ever barred, and they prohibited from becoming parties thereto, and 'bat a copy ot this order be published once a week for four successive weeks Is the Memphis AfpUl. A copy attest - JOnNC. LANIER, Clerk and Vartsr. James Wlckersbam, Sol'r for Complainant, febl2-law4w In Chancer? at Memphis. STATE OF TENNESSEE. At Rules held In the Clerk's office, Chancery Side ot the Common Law and Chan cery Court ot the city of Memphis, Monday, February 24, 1857. William Gar via, John Bell, Samuel Getty asd Samuel Gar Tin, arm of Garvin, Bell & Co.,. Complainants, vt. A. T. Hill, The -Etna Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn., and J. E. Cbadvrick, Defendants. It appearing from affidavit filed In this cause that the Defendant, "Tbe -Etna Insurance Company, ot Hartford. Connecticut." Is a nos-resldentof the State oi Tennessee: It is ordered that ssld Company da enter Its appearance hereinbefore or within the first three fays ef the next term of said Court, to be held on the fourth Monday In May next. (1S57,) and plead, answer, or demur to Com plainants' bill, or the same will be taken for confessed, and set f 0 hearing ex parte, asd tbat a copy of this order be published osce a week for four successive weeks la the Memphis Appeal. A copy attest: JOHN O. LANIER Clerk and Matter. Hayes & Tursage, Sol's 'or Compl'ts. tebl2-lawiw HEDGES! HEDGES! TTIRESn OSAGE ORANGE SEED, just received and J? for sale by WARD k. JONES, xeb2S-daw2w 229 Main street. HoUoway's Fills ARB especially adapted for the cW of Dyspepsia, o bilious complaints. It is a uMverse.Hr admitted fact, that tbey never fall to cure these disorders, even after all other medicines have been tried in vain. Bold at the .manufactories. No. 80 Maiden Lans.New Tork, and No. 211 Strand, London; and by aU druggists, at 25c.. 62 XC, and $1 per pet or box. feb26-dtwawlw . - NOTICE. top cwiri-TrnT TiERS In the MEMPHIS INSURANCE COMPANT wUl take notice that the regulsr annua! election for seven Directors for the ensuing year will be held at the office of the Company, on M0NDAT, the 2 day of March. By order cf the Board. febl2-tde BEN. MAT, Secretary. For Spring and Summer of 1857, MR GENTLEMEN. ELEGANT Dress, Moleskin and Casslmere HATS, re ceived at AVHEATON'S, 75 Froat Row, where those In want of a superb and fashionable HAT will plrise call Constantly on hand and receiving the largest and finest stock ot SOFT HATS In the city at fib2t wn EATON'S, 75 Frost Row. HIDES! HIDES! HIDES! 100,000 Hides Wanted I FOR which we will pay the highest market price In cash. " We also buy RACCOON, OPOSSUM, OTTER, DEER asd BEAR SKINS. In fact, asy Skins nsedby TAN NERS or FURRIERS, we wast at the HIGHEST CASH PRICE. GEO. PHILLER h CO., novl2-Cm 73 Front Row. ml emit. THE cash system the best for everybody pay-day win come. We have attracted some attention for tbe last three years in the way ot selling fine and beautiful goods. We have decorated quite a number In our business who have refused to pay their accounts when due. We say to all such who pass by ns, we shall send a sieuenger from tho Law to speak a wcrd, it their accounts are not settled before the first day of March. Longer indulgence win sat ti given. lebll-lm rom jx. URU3. AHEAD OF THE "W0ELD', THE CBY IS STIEL, THEY COME. PARK & PEPjLOW, AT THE STAR GALLERY, 2X9 Alalia Stroot, ARE making thb finest PICTURES In the world. All we ask is fr yon all to caU and examine them for your selvee. rHOTOORAFIIS, LIFE-SIZED, made only at tbe Star Gallery. Jan-datw Win. A. Batclielor's Hair-Dye. Q RAT, BED or RUSTT HAIR dyed Instantly to a beautiful and Natural BROWN or SLACK, without the least Injury to hair or skin. Fifteen iledclt and Diplomat have been awarded to WM. A. BATCUELOR since IS39, asd over 80,000 appli cations have been made to the hair ot his patrons ot his famous Dye. Prejudice against dying the hair and whis kers Is unjust, as It would be against covering a bald head with a wig. Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair-Dve produces a color not to be distinguished from nature, and Is iBexrented sot to Injure In the least, however long It may be con tinued. Made, sold or applied, (in nine private rooms,) at the Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, New Tork. Sold in all cities asd towns of the United States, by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. TJT The Genuine has the name and address upon a steel-plate engraving on four sides ot each bottle, of WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR, . 233 Broadway, New Tork. tJ For sale by S. MANSFIELD X CO.. and Druggists generally. may3I-dtwawly LOOK IiOQK ! HAPPY AND GLOBIOUS 2TEWS ! The greatest wonder of the world has at last been dis covered a specific In disease DR. SLEDGE'S NER VOUS TOXIC, for the cure of Chills and Fever, and a pre ventive to all gradesof Fever, at well as a cure. It has been fully tested for the last four years, and It Is now Conceded by scientific men to be one of tbe greatest dis coveries known to man. This will bo disputed by thou sands, so doubt, but It is so. Read. look, and Judge for yourselves Fifty taoutana aouan will be paid to any person who will produce Its superior. Th Medicines can be found In all the Drug stores and towns throughout the entire West. J. M. SLEDGE. Certificates. Memphis, October 3, 1858. This Is to certify that we have been selling large quan tities ot Dr. Sledge's Celebrated Remedies, and take great pleasure in recommending them to the afflicted as possessing remarkable properties In controlling the dis eases for which they are recommended, and we hare no nesitancy tn giving onr testimony in favor of tbeir supe riority over other preparations for the same diseaset, as they seem to give universal satisfaction to all those who use them. Mansfield & Co., Druggists. Peyton St Harbin, Druggists. G D. Johnson, " Ward & Jones, " Chandler &. Co., " Henry Wade, " R. Joyner & Co., " W. M. Shelton, novls-datwly SALVATION, YE AFFLICTED ! W. A. GLID DON, GUTTA PERCHA TRUSS MANUFACTURER, NO. 1 EAGAN'S BUILDINGS, Adams Street, opposite the Worsham House, MEMPHIS, TENN. THANKFUL for the extensive patronage received with in tbe last four years, I am now better prepared than ever for fitting and curing the worst forms of Hernial Rupture. I can, besides, furnish, ready-made or manu factured to order, superior Stockings for Taricose Teias, instruments for Prolapsus, Shoulder Braces and Band ages of various kinds. Artificial Legs and Hands made to order ; In short, I can easily procure Instruments of every kind, owing to arrangements made in New Tork and Philadelphia. The following certificates, among others, speak for themselves : I, the undersigned, hereby certify that on the 27th of June, 1854, 1 was fitted by WM. A. GLIDDON with one or his Trusses. My age 1 seveniy-ene, and I been rup tured for sigh five years. It Is sow several months since I have left off wearing the Instrument, and so far I have experienced so retarn of the complaint. I cordially recommend Mr. GUddon as a Truss-fitter to the commn slty at large, satisfied tMt he understands his business ana iraae. (Slgsed) Memfbis, August 28, 1855 JOHN G. BOSTICK. By the advice of Dr. A. K. Taylor. Professor of Anato my, Memphis Medical College, I called on Mr. WM. A GLIDDON, and had a Truss made for me and applied. My case was an Inguinal Hernia. The Instrument was fitted In April. l&tS, txd I now consider myself perfectly cured. My age Is thirty four, and occupation that of cistern builder. I can cordially recommsd Mr. GLID DON to all who have been to unfortunate as to be afflict ed with Hernia. (Signed) CLARK BARBER. Memphis, January 6, 1857. Janl4-dawtf THE ONLY MEDAL, AWARDED BT the New Tork Exhibition to the English or foreign Sauce Manufacturers has been obtained, amongst numer ous competitors, by LEA & PERRINS, for their Worcestershire Sauce, whereby further testimony la afforded ot Its being the best Sance extant. The celebrity of this Sauce has extended to every quar ter of the globe, and Us efficacy In promoting the general health is becoming dally more observed and acknowledged. In the United States It Is held to be tbe most agreeable condiment, aad Is esteemed for Its tenle ahd invigora ting properties, Its habitual use enabling the stomach to digest the food. On the Continent of Europe, these qualities have been testified to by a gentleman, who writes to LEA & PER RINS thus: "Ihavecarriedabottte of your Worces tershire Sauce in a tour I save Just completed through Spain asd Portugal, asd believe I owe my present state of health to lu use; yonr Sance 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 uicsc countries, as yeur sauce. " In India, also, where It Is found at the mess of even regiment, a medical gentleman writes from Madras to his brother In the same profession at Worcester, In the rouowing terms; '-Ten lea Jc perrins that their Sauce Is highly approved Is India, and that it Is. In rar opinion, the most palatable as well as the most whole- sameaance made." This Sauce la suitable f or every variety of dish, and the Universal demand which Its excellence has created has led to many Imitations being offered to the public, under a variety ei names, nut tbe genuine may be known by the names of "LEA &PERRIN3" being Impressed upon the patent metallic capsules, or patest glass stopper of the bottle, as well as the labels asd wrapper. ooie Ageuu xor me united states, JOHN DUNCAN fc SONS, splS-ly 405 Broadway. New Tork. A Great Bargain in Eeal Estate. FOR SALE, FOR CASH. A HOUSE and LOT on Adams atreet. In thit city of MemDhls. Thla 1i mrt .r l.i v. in in th. fl.Tiih.it! .m.,: " "V"-;.:,.-; .the lot upon which the WhltemamTTnnutl. ; thu lot fionts fifty feet en Adams street and runs back 148 feet, six Inches to sn alley. The House contains four large rooms, a hall and dining room, two good kitchens, a wen and cistern, a stable, wood asd coal house. This is a desirable restdesce lot for any one wishing to purchase, and will be sold low for cash It Is the present resldeice of Mr. Danerl, and t "session will be given as soon as the money Is paid. The title Is good, hut the purchaser will of course satisfy himself. Apply to TTM. B. GREEN LAW, or JESSE M. TATE. XeblS-dlm Sheriff's Sale of Land. BT virtue of a rcnd(finl erponat tome directed "from tie Honorable the Circuit Court of Tipton county, Tennessee, I will, on M0NDAT, the 6th day of April next, sell for cash to the highest bidder, at the Court House door, In the town of Covlngtos, a Trast of Land, ictich upuu yiufiij oi james najpn, to satisfy an order of sale, In favor Sesklss & Wood, beginning elghty-evtn pole- North from Graysos's Northeast cor ner on McLe mo.-e's line, on the Northeast of Frobauth's location ; tbence142 poles thence "West 120 poles to Baln bildges Southwest corner thence Nerth 0 poles J thence West 30 poles to Lewis Thomas' line ; thence South 150 poles to Burton Use ; thence East 21 poles to Burton's Northeast.corser; thesee South and East to the begin ning. Sale with!, the hours, prescribed by law. HENRT J. MALET. XebM-wSt Sheriff cf Tipton county. KF..l cllistelteiTitSv Cnoice jPinc-JEve P fXi A m W "TT1 KJ JL 'I () H J S - ' ' ' 100 Barrels I Bones and Joints, Deiormltles from Burns, Hair-Lip, JUST landing from steamer Northerner and far Contracted Tendons from loss cf Lips, Cheek, Nose, Eye low by steamer Aorwerner, and for sale m,t c)osrf JiwJ from s,utioni m otn ,!:. 1 WA?.r UA?l I eases and defonnltlM rennlrlne flnrelcal aid feb21 City Feed Store. Februarv 23. 185T. FIFTY barrels Derby tc Day's Star Whisky; Fifty barrels J. Hunt's Whltky, I. .For sale low to the trade. 1 J''" BARNETT & WALKER. Notice to Evcrrlioely. a LL persoas indebted to me will olease call asd settle. J ssd all having claims against me will please present them. a I inienu to leave for California In April next, and there win never occur another opportunity. feb2t-dlw' M. A. KERR. DAVID BEID L. T. CASK. ItEID & CARR, A TT0HNETS AT LAW Will practice In all the Courts rx. ts mis city, IB IL'e courts or aneioy, uajwooa ana Madlsnn counties, and Scprema Court at Jackson Prompt attention gives .'o securing and collecting In West lennesse. North Mississippi and East Arkansas. One of ns ma at all times bo found at our office is Union Block, South aide Court street, between Main street and Front Bow. reDio-aw Prof. L. A. Audigier itmctlon of the FREKCH ien. nn MONDAY EVEN- TTTILL open a Class for tbe Instruction V V LANGUAGE, for GesUemes. on MONDAT EVEN ING, tbe 23d Inst , at his room. No. 30 Madison street, corner ot Main, np stairs. Class will meet at 7 o'clock p. M.. on Mondays. Tuesdays. Thursdays snd Fridays of each week, at which time and place applications can be made. Lessons will be given to ladies and families In the day-tlmo, at their residences. Apply at Lamb, Young ts Co.'s, or Alexander & White's, Booksellets. f(D20-ll Earm for Sale. I OFFER my valuable Farm tor sale, consisting cf 1100 acres, twisty miles from Memphis, on the mall route to Covington, Tipton county. Tens., oa mile west of nosstown. ana four from Shelby Depot. It Is capable of being divided Into three exceliest Farms. There are 300 acres under a high state of cultivation. The Improvements cons'st of a large, fine Brick House, with six rooms : G.n House Negro Houses, and all necessary out homes; three wells and a fine spring of water, convenient for use. A rare opportunity Is now afford: d those who wish to have a raolei farm. The land Is ver fertile; lies well, produces well, and has full nutlet to the range of Loos a iiatenie and crooked PrMV HHnmt Vnr fnrlh.r n.rtlenlarfl.. addreaa meat nazel Flat P. O.. Tens., or apply to me en tbe premises. Myobject In selling lsa desire to remove West. tebst-wim William miss. FOR SALE. rnWO DRATS also two Dray Llcenses.whlch have eight X and nine months to run. App:y to ftbt-tf GWTNNE & GIBSON. CASH ADVANCES. THE undersigned, at present representing the coast of BREWER i. CALDWELL, New Tork, will makt liberal Cash Advances on Cotton consigned to them for sale. Applj at 47 Front Row, up stairs. sep27-tf WM. n. HULL. Sweet Potatoes ! Sweet Potatoes 1.000 BUSHELS best SWEET POTATOES for sale at the first toll-gate on the Hernandc Plankroad, by J. T. MITCHELL. fCbI0-3w AMERICAN PRINTS, At Manufacturers' Prices. Crtf CASES of the various Brands of American ej J U TRISTS, for sale at manufacturers' priees for nett cash, by JAMES LOW it CO.. teLZl 413 Main street, Louisville, Ky. CANNELTON SHEETIXGS. KAA BALES Cannelton Sheetings, for sale by eJUU JAMES LOW & CO.. fcb2I 418 Mais street, Louisville, Ky. LAWNS. inn CASES Lawns of the Pacific, Hsdley .Falls, A U U Portsmouth and Glasgow makes, on band and tor ssle by JAMES LOW k. CO . rem 413 ilaln atreet, Louisville, Ky. COTTONADES. CASES Cottonades New Tork Mills, Rlpka's asd other brand), on hasd asd for sale by JAMES LOW & CO , 418 Main street, LoaUvtBe. Ky. 200 feb21 Chemicals. rynA OZS. Sulph. Quinine, (Farr'a.) . Quinine, (F. Morphlse, t J J .'OOH. lo ' acet CO Ch'oroiOTSi. For sale by feb7-2w WARD & JONES, 229 Msin-lt. Just Received Q X BASKETS Creme de Bjuiy Champagne Wise. H. H. POTTER. Main strict. feb!9 Third dcor North Worsbsm House. CHAS. D. FOXTAIXE. ATTORNET AT LAW, Pontotoc, Miss., will attend strictly to all professional business which may be entrustid to him in any ot the Courts of North Missis ippl. iebl7-ly MEMPHIS IXSDRAXCE COMPANY, Memphis, Tennessee. CAPITAL -$150,000. T. W.Wilkinson, Pres.; Ben May, Sec. office 05 JErrrRjox street. DIRECTORS. H. 0. Walker, Sail Mosbt, Q. C. Ateissow, T. W. Wilkiksox, W. B. Greenlaw, t. H. Axles, J. J. Bawlixos. marlS-tf FOR RENT, am oAnun.1 iii ui, ivo ea, mm a residence for a small family, two miles east ol .v. ....... ,m.ivuw., ir,jj . . lire Appeal Office. febI2 PLOWS! PLOWS! WE are now In receipt of a full aupoJy of Avery's Livingston county and other patterns ot Plows. ALSO. Hall & Spear's and ALen's Wrought Iron Plows asd Scrapers. McCOMBS k TRICE. febI7-2w COFFEE! COFFEE! TUST received, per steamer Simondt, and for sale low tl to tne iraae 200 sacks Co dee ; 25 " Java Coffee; 10 " Mocca " DOUGHERTT & ATDLETT, No. 23 Frost Row. febl4 SUNDRIES! O K BBLS. Powdered Sugar: AO 25" Crushed " 10 boxes Loaf " 5 tierces ot Rice, 10 bbls. Porter and Ale, Which we cfler ususuallt low to the trade. DOUGHERTT & ATDLETT, febl No. 23 Front Row. TO PLANTERS. WE would call your attention to our large and very complete stock of Planters' Farming Tools asd Utensils, vlt : Plows, American and Esgli.h Caststeel; noes, Trace Chains, Hames; Cotton Rope, fo- Plow Lines, Gsrdtn Tools ; Corn Shelters, Fan Mills, Straw Cutters : Blacksmith's Tools, he. febl7-2w McCOMBS & TRICK. CHARLES N. ERICH, importer or FOREIGN LUXURIES, AHD DEALER IX AXCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, 32S MAIN-ST. ' MUX S. SAJLIXJ, (SOUTH OF UNION STREET,) HAS Just received a large assortment of EUROPEAN LUXURIES, such as Prussian Ceese Breasts, Bruns wick Sausages, Eel is Gelee, Patet de Foiet d'Oitt, de Canard, de Becauet en Truffc. Green Vegetables, con sisting of Asparagus, Beans, Peas, etc.; Anjovlsb, Hol land Herrings, Llmburg and Sap Sago Cheese, French Chocolate, German Prunes, Rhenish, Hungarian Meiel and French WINES, Cove Oysters, Lobsters, Sardines. Sauces, Pickles, etc., and generalasssrtmeat of FANCT andFAMILT GROCERIES. Many of the above articles are for the first time Im ported Into the United States, and can be bad In Mem phis ONLT of CHAS N. ERICH. feb20 If T O B A.C C O ! $80,000. WE hare In store and are courtantly receiving the most celebrated brands of TOBACCO from Virginia, Kentucky and Mlsiourl, which we sell at manufacturers' prices. We weu'.d call attention to the following brands : Trotter's Bough and Ready Twist ; Pace's " " Walker Jc Co.'s " " nolland'a Extra Pancake; Mohican, pounds ; Whit Tnnstall, ponn4s ; FocahoBtas Emma Adams " Blg II John's " Parkins " 'Snlherllu's " Persian Smoking Tobacco. SEABROOK & CARSON, fc21-6m Madison atnet, two doors from Main. LOOK HEBE, EVEBYBODY! The Madison Street Sasli, Door & Blind THE usderslgsed has taken the stasd reccstly occu pied by Moore k. Halstead. over the Pinin- urn . Whipple, McCullagh k. 9a.. and Is cremrerf tn nn .n nr. ders for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings Base Auutuiug., jui orurra irom we country attended to with ptomptnets and dispatch. jama-nom r. VIRGESON. The Best in the "World CAN oe done by those who wish to purchas City Property, or handsome Country Residences In the suburbs. On some of tho latter can be had a flue Residence, readv fnr ninn.iin Terms liberal, asd title good. Apply to ct!7-tf CHARLKS D. M CLEAN EDWARD GRAHAM, GENERAL LAND AGENT. TTTILL attend to asy land business In Souteeaitern r v jwi, wun promptness and fidelity. Address. Floreice, Desha county, Arkansas. feb24w.3m NOTICE NEW FIRM. WB have this day associated with ns In business Mr. GEO. W. TROTTER, late ot Somervllle. Tenn. Tbe style et onr hiuse will be HANCOCK, CLARK k. CO. We would respectfully solicit from our patrons a contin uation ot their patronage, as we will, at all i lme, keep a large and well selected stock of Groceries and Produce, which we sell cheap. Call and sea ss. . HANCOCK & CLARK. MEMrnn, February 1, 1857. febS Dwelling House for Rent. MI HAVE a DWELLING HOUSB of eight rooms, with good well and cistern, near the Memphis and Charleston Railroad Depot, which I will rent at a fair price. TT. B. WALDRAN. f:bl3-d2w Siacdlattwus. SUHGERW B I T 'SNER attendsexcluilvely toSurgical Diseases, I ML me. Fistulas In Aso, Strictures, Stone in IBUdder. Ulcers. Cancers. Tumors. Pntc.n. n;.....ui eases and deformities requiring Surgical aid. srpu-aiwawiyis 3'M lJVn JEmlM. I TTR. FEKNER also attends to all Diseases ot tbe Eye I JJ and Ear, and is prepared to Board Patients from a distance. - 0 Office on Main street. In Walker's Bulldlsr. real. dence on Court street. tepSO-dtwawlylns DR. JOHNSON'S INFIRMARY, FOB DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR, KSEBTION OF ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c. NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET. . Two Doors East of Commercial Betel, Hal let, Davis & Co.'s Pianos. EE2j (1 fj U fTfJ u " bia. or tLoie- splesdid Seven Octavo Piano Fortes, received per steamer Pete Whetstone, and for sale at Boston mire. f rellht added, bv ' Jn" MrXINNET CO. E. W. KUCKER. SnrVPVnr nTtrl TironceTifomor. wUfVeyur aHQ UratlgntSman, Urrr.ua ms services to tne public and will give prompt attention to any business connected with bis vocation. He may be found at his tax em thwr.t sldeof Main street, south ot Union, (Canovan's Eulld- "; ii". uueaa aoscni cn professional business. REFERENCES. J. E Chadwlck, Henry O. Smith, J. it. Previse, Robertson Tpp, B B Wadden, PhUlpH.Thoa.psnn, Jobs 3. Claytrook. feb5-1y EX C 0 UR A GE II 0 III E INDUSTRY, . kasjitriL at uiiintiiiiriiLAA, AND CAE MET MAKERS, iTiain-M.. ou JJOOT UCiOW Union. u- ARE oreoared u flit .11 rd. m thl t-4ro-.P.-i tt.. rVrr,.r za s.:;;. " T . T www we av a, u s m fc a a. a 1AA o fcj u mrt ness with neatness anddlssateh Repairing and Tarnishing executed In the test style. Give ns a call. y e warrant an work done in our shop, leb7-4m Co-Partnersliip Notice. MR. MILTON MCKNIGHT, laie of New Orleans. ha become associated with ns In the Grocery and Com- mlsslcs Business dating from the If t Inst. The style of me arm win nerearter oe UATta, WOOD Be MCKNIGHT aiempnis, teo. 10, isot. uates et WOOD. S.M. OATES A. M. WOOD X. Jl'tUCIOHT GATES, WOOD & MeKNIGHT, Grocers, 1 r o d u e c A5D COMMISSION MERCEIAiYTS, NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHIS. AGENTS Harard Powdsr Company ; Colliers' White Lead asd Oil Company, St. Louis; for sale ef Lie erpool Salt febl3-tr J. BOBO J. J. JES3T JAMES BORO & CO., (WHOLESALE GROCERS, AI COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW. MEMPHIS. TENN. feb21-da7ly A.S. nA5COCE....K. O. CLAEX....GEO W. TROTTER. Late Williamson & Late Aydlett 4c Late of Somervllle. Hancock. Co. HANCOCK, CLARK & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers, DEALERS IN BAGGING, HOPE, BACON, IiABD, PORK, FLOUR, ASD NO. 16 FRONT ROW, MEMPBIS, TENN. feb3 c, r. at. NOLAKD. iVOJLALVD & CO., GENERAL AGENTS ASD Collectors, LITTLE ROCK, ARK. REFER TO J. Knox Walker, Mfles Owes and Capt Chsrley Church. feb7-tf J3"Aews, Eaiulrer and Fowlkes' Express copy tin fortid..!y W. PARR B. S. PDRVEER R. C. PARR. PARR, PUR YEAR & CO"., Receiving and Forwarding Merchants, Wholesale and Retail Grocers, HALE'S POINT, TENN. feql7-dltaw2t wrrvwwT v- a nn r-inan -a. -srsi -srv Jj Jii. tit JL CP Jtl 111. 181 Main. St., opp. Worsham House, PLANTATION. STAPLE AND FANCT1 DBY GOODS, Men's asd Touth's Clothing, Hats, Shoes, tec, &c. Saddlery, Guns, Rifles, Cutlery, Boys' Double Guns, Fine Tobacco asd Tea, LOW FOR CASH To Consumers or Dealers. oct2-dtwawly-ls IMMENSE SUCCESS! Orer Two Thousand Bottles of J. H. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED STRENGTHEN ING CORDIAL AND BLOOD PURIFIER WAS sold last week, and the de mand is In creasing eve ry day The g eat sala that has so very rapidly sprnng np lor this rem edy. Is ow- J"-arrTr tug to us in fRE.TAWtt6 trlnsic mer TA ltt its. Thoussnds of weak feeble and debilitated persons Is thli city have been made healthy and strong by taking It. It Is the best alternative Jn tbe worLl. and the only remedy that will purify the blood, and at the same time strengthen and Invigorate the hole organization. It will effectually cure all complaints ot tbe Liver, Stomach or Bowels, such as Liver Complaint, Headache, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Loss of Acpctlte, Nervous Diseases. Falntness, Weakness or any disease ot the Womb, Kidneys or Bladder ; asd re move yellowness or sores from the skin. It Is a sure pretemlve against Yellow. Fever, Chills, Ague and Fever, Cho'era, or any prevailing epidemic There Is no mistake about it. JE3" Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction. Try it It Is very pleasant. It leaves a delightful aromatic flavor in the month after taking It. J. n. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor ot this Cordu.. Also, McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment, Principal depot on the corner of Third .-.nd Pine streets, St. Lonls, Mo. For sale In Memphis, by G. D. JOHNSON. Agent, feb3-dawlr corner Madison aod Main treets. W. E. MILTON, 26 Madison Street, Up Stairs, INSURANCE AGENT, FOR SOME OF THE BEST Marine Insurance Companies in the United States. Exchange and Note Broker. I will attend to the negotiation of all NOTES AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE. OC17 HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OP MEMPHIS, TENN. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL I GUARANTT CAPITAL $200,000. I 8100,000. CHARTERED by the Legislature of T.nnessee. Session ef 1855-'56, to make Fire, Life and Marine Insurance and to cause themselves to be re-Insured when deemed expedient, InTlewof which tbey have arranged with the following Companies, for re-Insurance by means of open policies: British Commercial Life, London... Equitable Fire, " International Life, " Knickerbocker Life, United States, Great Wf stem Marine, " Howard Fire nd Marine, " Consolidated Fire asd Marlse, U. S. Alllasce, " " " " T K..,! " Capital $3 000,000 2.000,000 2,600.000 200.0CO 1,000 008 600,000 " 300 000 " 250,000 300,000 At the annual election on aucsuay, m i" following Directors and Committee were elected' for the ensuing year : DIRECTORS. JAMES B. THORNTON, L. J. DUPREE, GEO. R. GRANT. MOS. McADAM, STEPIIEN B. CURTIS, J- H. MULFORD, HENRT S. KING, JOS BAHBIERB, Jr JAMES BORO. I-I5AKCE COMMITTEE. 3. B. CURTIS. L. J. DUPREE. H. S. SSUS, Medical Examiner GTO. R. GRANT, i . D. Attorney J. B. THORNTON, Esq. AttittedbyS. P. BANKHEAD, Esq. And at a meeting ot the new Directory gi Wednesday, the llih Inst., the following officers were ifiOKafcr tho year? JAMES B. THORNTON, Fretident. GEO R. GRANT, Fife PrcHdenf. Tn03. McADAM. Secretary. OFFICE No. S, Madison street, corner 1 rent Row. febl7.dly PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS!! WE are manufacturing tho "Bolivar" and "livings ton" Ploughs. Persons wanting them will give ss a call. A. STREET fc CO., febS-daw2m Poplar street. T. '17ir'T'gww.r'rO'r ATTORNET AT LAW, Madlsos, St. F rkansas. Will attend nromntlr to a! St. Francis. Crittenden, Polssette, Jackson, 1?KxV?J: 'U "J -x l "StisttflaneouB. Thos. Peters' Residence for Sale. T HATE for sale the Residence aod 183 X acres of land -S. neiosging to Thomas Peters. Esq.. lvier eta th St.u- Linn Road and theMemphls and Charleston Railroad. 21 miles east of Memphis, at Bray's Station The tmprove- menw consists or a uwe ling, ouul la Gothic Style. largo muni sua smaii ones, wun closets, store rooms, &c Kitchen; 2 servants rooms, cistern, well, stables asd bars, carriage home, wagon shed, &c, &e. In short, It Is one of the best improved places In Shelby county, all w peneci otaer i will seu the improvements and 33 X acres of land, or all together. If desire, I will sell the stock ot sheep, begs, and cattle, corn, fodder, oats uu puis, auiuguvrea ana paciea in tne smoke house. A bargain win be given. Apply to Thos. Peters, on the premises, or to o. B. LOCKE, dfC 21 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker. Suburban Residence fnr Snlv. I OFFER for sale, upon good terms, the former Resl dence of C. F. King, Esq., lying on the north side of " aiate-uno roaa, a mile and a half east of the city. The tract contains 11 acres, asd Is Improved with luuii rvaioesce or three) rooms, well ssd other Improve- G1CUU. Also, a four acre wood let, searly opposite. This tract Is within three nuaaters of a mUe of a good church and suiooi, ana is in one of the best and healthiest selghtor hoods la the vicinity of Memphis. G. B. LOCKE, sovlt Auctioneer asd Real Estate Broker. Just Received. 80,000 Cm "POTTER. J klta W-l. -m -at Piano Fortes for Sale. 1 HATE la store, Just received direct from. New Tork. TWELVE PIANO FORTES, from 6 1-3 to 7 octave, ot supe rior finish and different styles, some being tniall with Pearl. They will be sold at greatly reduced prices. This presents a most favorable opportunity to purchase a superior instrument at a bargain. Terms made to suit purchasers. G. B. LOCKE, dec-13 tf Auctioneer and Beat Estate Broker. Tf anted. TnREE or four good MATTRESS MAKERS wasted Immediately. Good wages given, at lanl7 McllNNET k CO.'S. Jew Furniture. McKINNET k. CO. have lately receiv ed a considerable lot of floe FURNITURE from New Tork asd Boston, to which they invite the attention of nurchasera. at m Main Street, Memphis. Janl7 Chamber Furniture. BEAUTIFUL black enameled, plain asd ornamental Oak Chamber setts, Just received by McKINNET k. CO., Jal7 191 Mam street. WANTED, A SITUATION as Beok-Keeper or Shipping Clerk, by a Toang Mas from St. Louis. Good reference given. Address C. H. MARTIN, P. O. !anl7 ' JYetv lAqxior JIouse3 AND STEAMBOAT BAB STOBE. THE subscriber begs respectfully to inform his friends and the public generally that he has opened that large ana nasasome nuiiaiag, no x Aaama street, three duors twlow the Worsham House, where will be found at all times tee choicest of bottled Brasdy, Whisky. (Scotch asd Irish,) the fiaest French Wines, Holland Gin, Los den Porter, and Toungers celebrated Scotch Ale. Also on hand a large stock ot fine Teas, Preserves, Cigars, im.vo, att. airamoosi uaraeepers sre respectfully so licited to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. feM-im j. k. Mcdonald. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. ON MONDAT and TUESDAT, the 2d and 3d of March next, the undersigned wi l let out ts competent Con tractor, the building ot several Bnek Tenements on the Un' erstiy Ground, near Oxford, Miss. The number and size of said Houses sre not definitely agreed on, but they wHl be of such character as to war rant the attention of those who wish to undertake. J. THOMPSON, ) A. H PEGUES. Ex. Committee. fehI3 twawtKS JAMES BROWN, TWENTT Thousand Havana Cigars In store and for sale by nov27-tt BOTH k. ANDERSON. FIFTEEN Thousand pounds Goshen Butter In store and far sale by novzi-tf BOTD k. ANDERSON. Onfi SACKS choice Irish Pota'oes is store asd for sale by novJ7-tf BOTD & ANDERSON. ITIIFTT bbls. Old Rye Whisky and Bourton, warranted : pure. In t tore and for sale by BOTD k. ANDERSON, nov27-tf No. 157 Main street. FREESE & FLOWERS' NEW MERCANTILE COLLEGE No. 338 Main Street, Bet. Union asd Gayoso, TV1 r-.lcT3? H I'g, i'jjjjorxr.. IS now open for the reception of Students. Everything that Is taught Is any Institution ot a similar kind in the United States can be learned here. Tbe course i m- bracea Single and Double Entry Book-Keeplsg, Penman ship, Commercial Law, commercial Forms and Calcula tions, Basking, Wholesale and Retail, Commisslos, Steamboat, Manufacturing kc Students are not taught in classes ; they are Instructed lndivida.Hr asd siparately; so there wHl be no detention on account of classes. It takes but a few weeks ts com plete the course. lhe hoars of Instruction will be from 9 to 12 A. M.,and from 2 to 5 r. M. Also, Evening Lessons from 7 to 9. TERMS: For full course, time unlimited.. ................ $50 00 For partial coarse.... 25 00 For Penmanship, time unlimited................ IS 00 For " twenty lessens... S CO Fer further particulars, address FREESE k. FLOWERS, feelQ-Gm Proprietois. TO RENT. ON Lauderdale street, outside the corporation, NINE ACRES OF LAND, which has been oc cupied fer years by a Gardener. On the prem ises is a small dwelling, containing four rooms asd basement. There Is a good cistern sear the house. There Is also a good orchard, asd a fine grape arbor. Ap ply Immediately to Jn22-tf JOHN CANNOVAN. Classical and mathematical School, IN MEMPHIS. A SCHOOL of the character above Indicated will be opened In this place on the 9th ot February, 1S57. The course of Instruction win be the same as that pursued at the University of Vlrgli la, and adapted to the prepa ration of youth far the Unlierslty, or the business pur suits of lite. The different branches that will ka taught in this School are r English Language and Literature; Moral Philosophy Aid Ethics ; Mathematics and Natural Science; Gretk Language and Literature ; Latin Language and Literatuie; Modern Languages asd Literature. Bavins attcai'ed the Lectures In the Literary asd Sci entific Departments of the University ot Virginia; ob tained the degree of Bachelor ot Arts, and been several yeaia engaged In teaching, I flatter myself with tbe hope that I will be ab.e to give general satisfaction In the dif ferent branches which I profess to teach. As regards qualifications, moral character, and standing, I can refer to the Professors of the Usiverslty, and to tbe ctixess ot Charlottesville, Va., from whom I have ample testimo nials. TERMS $40 per session of five months, payable Inva riably in advance. No deduction mads except In case of protracted lUne.s. For further particulars, see printed circulars, or call on me, at the Commercial Hotel. jan30 juun s. JU.NE3, A. a. Pianos, Melodeons, &c. t a few more on sasa, rrom nest ma--3kers, Inclodlng Chlckerlng k Sons'. Pianos Tuned, by applying at 1 febll GEO. FLAnERTT k BRO'S LOOK HERE! THE undersigned having purchased theMam raoth Livery Stable formerly owned by Messrs. M C. CATCE k. SON, are now prepared to attend to any business In their line. Persons wishing to board their horses, by thn month, week or day, can be accommodated by calling at the above named place. Drovers asd the traveling public are respectfully invited to call, as we have ample room to accommodate alL TERMS. Board per month..... ......................... ..$15 00 weet a do Day 1 00 Single Feed 60 f eb3-dlm J. H. ATKINSON k. SON. Drv Goods at Wholesale; TUST received, direct from New Tork, on consignment cJ of upwards of $30,000 worth ot seasonable Staple Dry Goods. The goods being on canslgnmest, I can at ford and will sell better bargains man ever was ofl-ered lz this city. Merchants and planters, who wleh to buy by the piece win flnd to their Interest to examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. O.B.LOCKE, novo Auctioneer ana neat estate Broker. Laths and Shingles. B0GERT & WITT are still makisr Laths, asd are al ways prepared to supply the public with the best ar ticle at reduced prices. They are aleo making Shingles, and will keep a supply constantly oa hand. MBI on Wolf river, above the Bayou. July IS, '56-Iy Lots at Private Sale. I OFFER for sale, upon easy terms, unimproved Lota, 121, 122, 125, 126, 103, 104, 131, 132. Improved Lots, 163 and 170 being on the plan of subdivision of Greenlaw. SafZirrans, Looney ft Keele. G. B. LOCKE, novz-tr Auctioneer ana tuai Ksiaie Broker. NOTICE. HAVING qualified at December Term, IS55, of the County Court ot Fayette county, Tenn., as Adminis tratrix of the estate of tne lite Jons w. Bona, deceases. I hereby sotlfy all persons having claims arainst said Estate to presest tbem for payment within tbe time pre scribed by law, and all those indebted to said Estate to come forward asd make immediate payment. janzr-dawim MART F. BOND, Administratrix. FRESH ARRITAIi. 1( A BBLS. Harrison S. F. Flour; U U 10 casks new Hams. 10 casks clear Sides 1 10 bhls. Roll Butter. 25 bags B. W. Flour; 100 bbls. Whisky, 6) casks London Porter ; uj boxes candies, oa ax. washboaras; 60 boxes Scda Crackers. 25 bbls. Ple-Nle C ackers ; 60 boxes White Wine, SO boxrs Claret; ' 60 dosen. Cove Oysters, 20 casss Sardines; j. 100 bags Code. 60 gross Garret's Sanff; C- 40 boxen Pie Frsit, 25 boxes Pickle; , 75 boxes Hostetters Bitters. 25 dot. Brooms ; 2S bhls. Mackerel. 10 cases Holland Cheese ; 100 bexos W. R Cheese, 25 boxes Garden Seeds : 60 this. Dealer's WhisVy, 25 half do ; 13 bbls Cranberries. 10 tierces Rice; 300 drcms Figs, 60 boxes asd halt do Rata Ins ; Also, Oranges, Lemons, Almesds, Pecans, Filberts, To bacco, Tea, Ougar, Molasses, kc, for sale by J. F. FRANK, f ebli No. 35 Front Bow. Important to Commission Mer chants and Others. EcrmiNTEJiDiTXT's orncr.M. fcO. R. TL, February 16, 1357. OWING to the fact that many claims are present! to this office for loss and miscarriage of Freight, it has compelled U3 to Is-ue and publish the following Instruc tions to o ir Agent here : No articles f Freight win be delivered to asy cart, dray, oe.Lii?iiIti-l.onaBd art-r this date, without a written Cl. .iJCC he person or firm to wbomthef'tlghtmaybe OSCh jxCm A list wine found at the office ot the Agent ex tfcSCuGt any each morning, showing to whom freight Epsi2.",t asd for wnom received. fSTWnSfl HENRT COFFIN, Superintendent, Leans FBIDAT, February 27th, at S r jr. For Nashville. Begular Nashvilfe and Memphis Packet. DANIEL BOONE Jiatl'lis, Master. THIS fleet and elegant steamer will n!v regularly In the above trade, connecting with the six New Orleans Packets asd with tho Illinois Central Kailroid For freight or psssage apply on board er to fel2g-lt LA VALLETTA fit MORRIS, Agests. Regular Memphis and White RiYer fames LtOiig1ilin3 P. MAINGAULT, Master J. P. BOOKER, Clerk. U THIS fast running, freight asd passen 0 ger packet, will leave Memphis for Jack- sosport ana all in termed lata landings, every Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, sr. For freight or passage, apply on board or to W. W. DODGE, Agent, dec30-3m No. 3 Hsward's Row. W. W. HODGE, 5 GENERAL STEAM OAT AGENT, SHIPPING, RECEIVING AND DISCHARGINa avr 33 n o oet jBl. 3sr a? ,. SO. 3 HOJFJilD'S -ROW, WILL attend faithfully to an business entrusted to his care. declS-2m ISGC : : : : : t 1857, MOSES Mrt.EL.LON & SUPERIOR. James F. Smith, Master. REGULAR TJ. S. MAIL PACKET LIKE. U ON the resumption ot can navigation a Use ot first class packets wlU com mence their regular trips" between Memphis. Cairo and Louisville, connecting at Memphis with the New Orleans packet line, at Cairo with the Illinois Central BaHroad. and at Loslavme wit the Louisville and Clndsrati packet line. These Busts are fitted up and furnished In elegant style, with every regard for the comfort aad convenience ot passengirs, are efficered by careful and experienced men, who, by strict attention to business, hop to merit tho cosfidesce asd patronage of the public. LAVALLETTE k MORRIS, Agents, Memphis. oc2I BENEDICT k SON, Agents, LonlsvlBe. S3 Eagle and Enquirer copy. Memphis, White River and Napoleon TJ. S. MALL PACKET, Helena, Friar's Point, Lacooia & Concordia? STEAMER SLATE ""flF, JOHN T. SHIRLRT, Mailer WM. T. WOOD, Cierx. W THIS sew, splendid asd fast steamer, an having been purchased fer the Packet Trade tn placeof the James LaigsHn,wUl 'continue regularly Is the trade, leaving Memphis every MONDAT asd FRIDAT at 2 o'clock 7. St., punctually, connecting at Napoleon with White asd Arkansas river boats, taking freight and passesgers to White rivtr at regular rates. Returning, leaves Napo leon every TUESDAT asd SASUBDAT, arriving at it era phis Sunday asd Wedsesday evesiegs. Thasifc! tor former patronage, the owners hope to merit a continuance of the tame to their new boat, pro mlalng strict attention to business. LAVALLETTE k MORRIS, Agents. Notice to Smrrrns The"Frlabee" wm receive freight until ose .'clock oa Moadays, and daring the en tire day Thursdays, and until one o'clock Fridays. ocUS MEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS 1856. 1857. rr order to accommodate the public, the owners asd masters of the Packets heretofore In the trade between the two cities have organized a Company to run a Tri Weekl) Line et Packets between Memphis asd New Or leans, under the name asd style ot the Memphis and New Orleans Packet Co. rise Boats composing tbe Use are aHof the first class. Inferior to none in the West or Sooth, for speed, comfort and safety. They will leave each place every Monday, Weinetaay and trvlay, at x o'clock r. at. Particular attention will be paid to teay butintu. Monday Packets. NEBRASKA...... R. Alex. Irwin, Master. INGOMAR L. MeDanaugh, Wednesday Packets. JOHN SIMOND3 .Wm. Wray, Master. H. R. W. HILL............. ..Thos. H. Neweti, " Friday Packets. BEN FRANKLIN M. G. Anders, Master. BELFAST H. L. Church, Shippers and Passesgers may rely on the punctuality ot the boats ot this Use. A continuance at the patronage hitherto extended to the owners ot this line is respecttBHy solicited. LAVALLETTE X MORRIS, Agests. J3 Office adjoining W. B. Richmond i. Co., corner Court street and Frost Row. sep3 sep J CUIUS. MTJL.JL.1ZIt, Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler, Maditon ttreet, between Main and Front Row, OPPOSITE THE CITIZENS' BANK, MEMPHIS, TENN., RKSPKCTFULLT announces to. his friends ssd the public in general that he has permanently located himself at the above stasd, where he saay constantly bo found, ready to give attention to those wbo rosy favor htm with their patronage. I will alwaya have cn hand a splendid assortment of various improved Spectacles, also a variety of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, kc. Re pairing done in every branch ot the business at short notice, snd warranted. Janll-dlwawly IMPROVED SPECTACLES. TUST received, a splendid assortment of various kinds J ot improved SPECTACLES. CHEN. MULLER, Optician, Watch Maker asd Jeweler, Madison Street, between Mais asd Frost Row, Opposite Citizens' Bask, Memphis, Tenn. These celebrated Glasses are grouid on the exact prin ciple of Spherical Accuracy, of a concavo-convex mirror form, admirably adapted to the organ of sight, can ba used to pursue the most minute employment, either by day or candle light, with perfect ease to the eye, and never causes that giddiness of the head, or palsfsl sen sal Ion la the eyes, that many experlencs la using th common Spectacles, but strengthen and lmpmve tha sight, as will be seen rrom tne loBowtag testimonials: From Eon. A. Johnton, Gov. of Tenn. Mk C. Mnuxi. Sir: Having fuHy tes.ed the merits of your Improved Spectacles, I do not hesitate to say that they excel any I have ever tried, and find- the pecu liar manner In which tbey an ground, obviates the pais. I have frequently experienced is nsleg other spectacles. ANDREW JOHNSON. J"ro Dr. Barton, of Sew Orleans. K50XVIIXE, TX3nr.. June 2Sth, 1R5S. Mr. C MtriXEB, Optician Dear Sirr The glasses yon. hare prepared for mexceed Indistinctness and brilliancy at vision asy I have ever used. The principle of a focus accommodated to every motion of the eye, la Invaluable, as it prevents fatliue to the organ, asd does sot impair vision. The beautiful transparency of the glass, with Its great hardness, gives a durability which is Invaluable to those having a constant demand for them. These improvements are recommendations for their oso highly meriting public patronage. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, G. H. BARTON, M. D., of N. O. From Bon. A. McClelland, Ex-Member of Concrete, Tennutet. Mr. C. MwiXER Sirr I find your glasses to be far su perior to those tn common use. A. McCLK LLAND. Toss Hon. W. B. Eamphreyt. Judge of the Federal Court, Tennessee. I have tried Mr. Mailer's spectacles. I consider then altogether superior to the spectacles commonly used. W. H. HUMPHRETS. From Saml. R. Badgers, Senator from Knox and Boons counties. Tennessee. Mr. C. Muixer Sir : I take great pleasure In stating the public that I ana using yourlmproved Spectacles with perfect satisfaction, both by daylight snd candlelight. I consider them a valuable improvement. SAM. B. R0DGERS. REFERENCES. G. H. Kyle, Jackson, Tenn. Thomas GameweB, Jackson, Tens. Hon. John Read, " V. B. Woodfolk, M. D., Cotton Grove, Teas. W. W". Hawkins, BrowssvlEe, Tenn. Wm. C. Bruce. M.D., " ' Mayor A. M. Shaw, Somervllle, Tens, Wm. H. Polndexter, " The Spectacle Lens In common use, terme double, con vex, have but one focus, and that being ia the centre, ad mits of a perfect vi! Ion only through the centre. Now as the eyes, la relllng from side to side, depart from this point, it is affected by the distortions Incident, asd occa sions la weak eyes fatigue asd pain, asd la strong ey j a more frequent change of glass for those of higher powo-. than Is caused by the simple flattening of the eye by age ; or, to use the language of masy, they make the eye grow older. Conld the glass be attached to the eye, so as to move with It, or the head be made to turn and accommo date the sight, while the eyes remain fixed, the double convex lens would not be so objectionable. But aa neither of these plans could be very well accompli ihed, aa easier method to remedy this Important defect ia al hitherto construe: ed helps to the defective human vision la desira ble. This end is obtained la these glasses, which, hsvlug not only central focus, but, for all practical purposes, ona throughout, the objection above named la obviated, as they will enable tho weaver to perceive objects at every anglo of vision, with all the correctness ot the satural healthy tight. lanll-daw' GEO. DIXON, ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis, Tens. Office, south side ot Court Square, ose doir west ot Wallace's Auction House, up stairs. febS-dtf PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSE. yaotors, T..VIr o TSTotdLoo. ThK undersigned having leased the spacious Cotton IFareiouse. corner of Monroe and Third streets. lately occupy d by Messrs. Chapman & Co.. are prepared to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and Merchandise generally, upon favorable terms. feb3-em w. a. uu.i.Ma w. FOR RENT. THE fine residence heretofore occupied by Col. W D. Brown, sear St. Agnes Institute, con taining Ave acres cf ground. Is for rent. Pos session given immediately, appt to HATB3 St. TUAaAu., f eM-d2w Corner of Washington and Maln-ats. $500 Reward! BTan order of the Board of Mayor and Aldermnot the city et Memphis, the Mayor Is authorized to pay a reward ot Firs Hundred Dollars tor the apprehenska and convlsttoa of the murderer or murderers sf WM. G. TANNER, on Monday evening, the 9th lsst. Now, therefore, I, TnoatAS B. Carroix, Mayor ot the city of Memphis, do, is obedience to the f.regolng order ofT r the said reward of Five nusdred Dollars for the sFprehenslon and conviction ot the murderer or mur derers of Wm. G Tanner. feMJ-Sm THOMAS-B. CARROLL. Mayor Carpets & Curtains TUST received", a large assortment of elegant Velvet, J Brussels, Tapestry, Three Fly, Superior ssd Coomca Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Cornices, kc sejb-tt H.M.GR0STBN03.