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BY M'CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9. 1857.
VOL. VIE. NO. 253.
rtasUHIKD DAILY, 71-WK BELT AND WXKKXT, BT
Of. ju m'claxakax, lkoxidas tsousdalEj
WX. 1C. HUTTON, BENJAMIN F. DILL,
SMBJrB, THE STYLE AKB FIRM OF
SPOLANAHAK, HTJTTON & CO.,
T0 WMH ALL LETTERS OK BCMSEM, OK OTHED.
TIE. SHOULD BE ADrUKIS.
PRICE OF JDBCRirriON
Bfly, is airmctr aanosn
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Wersrty, 3 og
Q- Ike Weekly paper will be furnished to Ctata at Ten
M(nbrTair,it$tH Kt; to Clob ef Iweatr
aa ir?k, a $t each payak-re tevMiaHr la adytace,
ad eeear te be auoe up atorreotaoe.
Q- A Btacribw and a new gate will be taken ta-
zetaw st ij Nwdi
T2- 1 a caw will th paaor be Hat to anr rrsbecri-
r lor rate saa ts ubm wiui im
stj- AB Baity suaecriBUons will be CMS eced da aad
iaMe ua'f-jeariy la advaace.
tj Tie nrecaanc terms will be trteOr rely
DAILY RATES FOR ADVERriSIXG.
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X3" O" 41 Bare, Teaewabie weekly, per anaant, $M
" " ' iwtot a week, 0 00
X3 saaaref, resewable tceekly. per amron, CO CO
" " " telaeaweek. " SO 00
3 AM adTerrtoeaMats reaaired to be kept on second
pace, CftABOED At new each AV, aad oB third pasp,
aa ad vaaeeorer stated rate .
J3- Adrertleeaaeata directed to be ditaOaycd, or itt in
taraytaae. caaiced 1opble rate.
t3 rearty advertiters wi I be tbaifjed extra for ocra
aptac apace over coatract, aad wben la sec txrz is rr
alrd ta be aaed. or tbe advcrtlMaaeat kepvoo iutdc of
3" Tearlr adTertfcMrg wfll be cbarM'' extra at recular
lUee for Waata, Hen's, Beaaovala Copartaeiabip N'o-IDe-.
Ta Coatttaeec, Ice
X3 IBAKIJOT AaERTIStSO MCST BE PAID TOR
Xj So adrerttaeBMOt will appear U tbe WecUr paper
BatoM by apee al oaatract.
E3 AaVertiaraaeats to be laaertml la ta ITeetiy paper
aaly, or at irroxalar iabrrrala lr ertber of the paper, will
be charged $1 per rqaare for every iaaertloa.
X3T Aaaaaacrnc candidates for State, Coaaty aad Mn
atclpal Qoxis, $S each, to be paid In adraacc in every
13" All advertiseaaeaU for Charibabre Institution,
Fare Osaaaaaies, Ward. lawn, aad other PohHc Meetiats,
to b craaraed half price.
CJ- Marrlacea aad Peatba are paMisM as new ; bat
Ohttaatir. Tribute- of XeBer aad FaaeraJ lawitatioas
a otkr adnertlnaaiats.
13" AH Legal and Tran stent Aslnrtaaeaatots will be
charred by the lanHtaii.
Zj Blltorlal Nattoei fn Local Colsam wffl be charged
3D cent, per liae
t3 Xo dedartian or variation will be atade frosn the
XcCLAXAHAX. HUTTOX & CO
HAVIK6 prepared myself well ta practice
Statist yU Memphis 1 rwpectf oily miMck
the patraiar of all vUo may twvd any M
'vscea ta tb? Dental !uu and bind atyaelf to
pecfarm all oaeratkan on the Teeth, and insert ArtMetal
Teeth ta tbe aaot approved style a well as it eaa be
deae ta thi-or any other ebontry.
(Moe an X alu street, oppuaite Voraham Bat.
SMITH P. BANE.HEAD,
AITOUXUr AT LAW, Meaaphis. Teaa. Utace la tbe
Pact Otaoe Kook, or AydVstt & Co., tbirt story.
Br. R. I,.
LAS BtarPhyaaciaa and M'tctcr of several Bos-pitals
la Ciaiaay, aaraiWr of diaerent Medical Societies
iaJtowTark has located in the city of jfisaphis, aad of
tersMsfervstiestotae paMic as Physiciaa, Accoacher,
aad far all uawialioai an Surgery.
0 OSace a TTaiJbHicton street, betweea Jiain aaa
HASK.EX.L. & SEARCY,
A TTOmXstr AT LAW. jtemphi., renoeee. Wm. T.
SX XaskeU aad Kobert S.arcy have aasociated tben
ts tagether la the practice of Law. OfBc la tbe
Waabar Itanck. BorS-d4ni
JU T. BICtfAKDSOX-.W. W. WHEATLXT.-Jt. A HIOSC.
Ricliardson, Wheat ley l lliggs.
ATTOKKrrS AT LAW Office on the corner of Second
, aad Coart atreels, afrmpbts, Tina. ocll-ly
B. C BROWN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, jiarNa. Ark., prectlow in
. PUUtps, Crutenden, Ktstisaippi. Green, Kandotpb,
lwreaoe, iBdepeadence, Jarfcsoav Poinwdt, St. FraBCM
aad Maaro Coanttes, 1 Arkansas. iictT-oOm
LATE ! Tascnmbia Alabama, has located persaaaeBt
ly ia Xempk'-. an oters bis serrices to tbe public
to aU the braacbes of hit profeKn He has tahea the
Otoe heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
aad Uataa streets. Having recently nude a carefal and
E sacral setection of Snnrieal lnstrnments, be is prepared
for an tbe operations of Sarzery. ReMence on Shelby
itrect, betweea Sjo anCTreieviat strete.
HTOLLIXTISK, Kq., has removed bis Law Oflke
. ever tbe Store aad CoanaiMion Boose of Fawikrs,
Jtoaat t& Co., ee Jcavrson street, betweea the Post Ontoe
aad Mala street. V12-U
ATT0RXET AT LAW, CoviaftoB, Teas. An bastes n
tatraatfd to his care win receive proatpt attoatks.
LEROY POPE, .
ATTORXXT AT LAW, Memphis, Teae., wm pnctlee
. to ail the Owarta of Memphis and the Tf eatera Die-
$3- OOee aoath cf Coart Square, adjoiaiBt; that at tbe
Ohpeiy Oonrt Ocrt. nsarll-ly
JOHN A. NOOE,
ATKMIXBT AT LAW. OOce in the lStt Ootoe BaiW
. bar, Mesaahta, Teon. novgl-tf
I 'n. DUBOSE,
ATTORXXT AT .AW, Memphis Tenn, Ofice on east
atde of Mala street, between Jeflers. b aad Adaae.
Heeer to F. Titos, McBwen, UarrU & McXrUl, J. D.
WUttaats, W. B. Miller and Hike Owen, Metaahis.Teaa.;
Moon. Titas 0., Xew Orleans. Jenlt-tf
AJtOKN P. FARKELL7,
TIORXST AXD COCXSKLLOK AT LAW, Memphis,
. Teaa. Office corner of Maia aad JeffersoB streetr,
vnt Lohataa 4c Co.'e.
Refer ta Hoars. Henry PlrOe, W. F. Bollock aad Messrs.
A. L. Shutw. 11 & Sob. Louisville, Kj.; Hon. James Pryor,
OarroDtoB, Ey.; McGrecor, Alloway & Co aad Mosori
Hik iwrl Xew OrleaBSi E. M. Apaersos a. Co., Meat
Q. C. GRASTY,
ATTORXKT Al LAW, and Commisoiaoer for the
States etTircittia, Alabama, Miaeiaippi and Ten
aaaeee. LOOMVlLLt, KT., wUl roatptly attend to bas
raats eatraated to his care, and enforce tbe roHertton of
caatans hi tabs aad the adjoining Stales.
KcrEKElscES Hon. Jacob Tbompsoa, taford. Miss.;
Haa. J. J. MceUe, Governor ef MiaaUaippi, Jackson;
HOB. H. S. Beaaett, Wasblngtoa City; Col. B. F. Dili,
Mttapais, Teaa.; Brat & Deval, Tacker, Braaaau & Co.,
Baakers, Geo. Btaacra'd, Hugbea It Hutchtnson, Loute
CJ- Oatot, "Mar. Hall Buildings," Fifth street,
betweea Market and Jefferson. jntrM
EGBERT 15. OSBORNE
7 LI, practice Law in the OoarU of HardemaB Fay
ette. Tiptoe aad Sbejbr, hlsa la Mr'.y aad Har-
dar ceaBttes, aad to the Sapreme C ar. M. Jarkaaa. All
bajlnrjio eatrapted to hire receive pt aaspt aad fattb
f al ataaatase. It'- Jbce is ta the Chaacery Cask's offior,
BottVa'- Uimn coaaty, Tenn . novW
B. I. HEIUIOS J- B. ABMeTBOHO.
KERRON & ARMSTRONG,
ATTORSKTS AT LAW, Cofleevilh:, Talobusba county,
Mi!ieipai. Will practice in tbe caantteaof Tatobu
Hm, Tatlabatcaite, Lafayette, Panola, Carroll, Choctaw,
OMekasaw, aad Calhoun. Also, in tbe Patted States
Coart at Poatotoc, Vice Chancery tfourt at CarrolltoB,
aad Htgh Court of Errors aad App'als at Jackson.
Xew OSLEAKS McRae, Coffmac & Co., FaBlTulase
Co., Bacbenaa, Carroll & Co., J. BaraaWe &. Co..
Frtenea, Fawtex Sl Co.
Memphis CoearU, Hill i Tahsodse, Feriuson, 4c
XeM, Lewhes, OrgiU k Co., G. D. JohtMOB, B. F. Dffl,
ppeal Otace. Jaa30-ly
C. C. MAYDWELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
W8BRK can be found ali description of Grave Work,
watch win be famished as cbeap as it can be got
ta asy market West. Also, BaUding Work done at short
It is to tbe interest nt all persons wanting seen work to
' purcba'e from the yards at Memphis instead of parch js
ieg freta Ageuts, as tbe Manofactors have to addj the
twenty per cent, that is paid Agents to toe work sold by
them, southerners, moe 10 your loirreat.
dc3-dawfia C. C. MAT DWELL.
M. WISWELL & CO.
THIS extensive establishment coatteues
at tbe old stand on Union street, between
"Main and Second, where may be f.und a
-very fine assertmeat of Carriages, Bng-
Cles, Rocfcaways, ic, of their own manufacture. They
take this method of returning thanks fer past favors,
aad Invite those wishing to hay to examine their stock
tferpurchastag elsewhere. - '
e7 f 8 G O OS !
We are now receiving sol opening oar
Fall and Winter
CONSISTING of every variety of Staple sad Finer Dry
Goods usually kept la tbis market. Saperaae Black
arid Blue Cloths, Cassimeree, Doeskins, Cloak. Mantillas,
Voire Antique, Velvet Shawls, t-e latest style: Ladies'
Dree Owls, or a superior quality ; Crape Shawls, a
fence lut of HaakeU. NeKro Carth, Broaarn, Heady Made
Cloth tof. Boots aa4 Sbees, IIU, aad a varsity of artrcW,
tOO BSBWroBl to BWDtlOB.
All I uk is, "Come oae, come all," and examine ray
stack, before making your pureha.ws. I bought n tbe
cry beet terms, aad am determined tbat nose stall un
dersell me. I shall adopt the Cash Ststem, esxtpt tt
paaetaal dealers. A. 0. BLAIR,
Xo. 277 Slain street,
ectI3-dtwswSei OM Staad of Ferguson k Neill.
BRETO & CALDVELL,
GENERAL C03DIISSI0X MERCHANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
T) F.FER to J. T "Soatter, Kq., President Bant of th
AX Kpoblic. Xew Tork I J. K. Sass, Esq.. PreMen
Bask of GbJdUi&tS.'' Iteasrs. Jobn Fraaer &. Co.
J. VT. CaJdwrTl.TJM., Cnarlestoo, S. C; Cal. "TTra. U
Cbarcbwetl. Prestdeat Bank of Sast Tennessee, Krwx
vllle: I. B. KIRTLAXD, Bsq., and llesirs. FALLS
vr. j. wish, Oxford, III::......!. M. wzsb, Kempbls,
W. Ja WEBB & CO.,
WilOLESALE AXD RETAIL GROCERS,
C0RXEX .VA.VAAD CA70.V STREETS,
tTILL k?ec n sure a fx a-i compttte stock of Facily
Uroceritt, aiS we WiJ sc.: tcra as low as we can auoa
7 FROJiTT H.O7-,
J. B. SHAEPE,
.Ye. 35 Madi'on-tt.. betaeen Front Rme end Alain,
WOCLD respectfully inform tbe merchants ot item
phis and f urroon. Idr country, that he his jolt re
tatsed frjm tbe cities ot Virginia, where be established
a permanent Agency (T tbe sale of all grades ot Virg'n
la Tobacco, aad in tend 3 to keep cventantly on hantz
atock etiaal to tbe demand, at manufacturers' prices.
Being fully able to compete with tbe Xew Tork, Balti
more, CincmnaU and Xew Orleans marketr, he invites
tbe attention of ail dealers in tbe above article to hi.'
stock before pBrchuittc elsewhere.
ocCI-d&w-t' J. B. SFIAKPE
A. I. 2CCAXaa ssssttstsisssststst ala S- TFX U.I ASf t
McCAKE & WILLIAMS,
(Snccessora to 'Wheat Ic Taylor,)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Duv&ll's Bluffs, Arkansas,
.If the erotics of the Aff-!WMs arA Utile Reck RaS
read on White Rieer.
THST keep constantly on band Sor ar, CoSeo, Salt,
Floer, Motasses, and all other articles usually kept
In a Grocery, which they will soli low tar cash or ex
change for H'det, Furs and Peltries, or any ether articles
brought to the market.
Jj- Ooois desMnedtfor Little Bock or the adjacent
connties shipped to Duvali's BtuSs, win be fcrwarded
immediately, as there are always wagaos and teaicis is
readiness to haul to any point.
A. STKEET & CO.,
MAXTJFACTCRERS OF ALL KIXDS Of
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets',
agr2 MEMPHIS, TEN IV.
"Walker & Brothers,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING,
AND SEALERS IK
Rry Goods, ISoots & Sliocs,
ITo. 79 Front How.
WE have just received one hundred rases of
Clothing, expressly manufactured for this mar-
Vtl ,nH ,r, imNilnrth. hAtL aelwtet ktneks of
6vj'all kind of Dry Goods. Boots and Shes, ever
brought here, which weeffer at tbelowestposMble prices,
being enabled to Ampete with any house through the
facilities of our house in Philadelphia.
We would especially invite the attention ot country
merchants, known g that ; sn and will suit all -d
very ve c ' aro see. aucio-
A. J. "WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
G M O M M S ,
AND SEALERS IS ALL KINDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner ef Malu and Union Sts.,
HAVE always on band a well and carefully selected
stock of article In their line, which they will sell at
the loTrcst current prices.
tj- Orders promptly BDed with dlspatcn.
S. I-KAKSIOLI r. It. WILLIAX30H.
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
' And Eai'tlieiiware,
French, and German Vases,
SILVER, SILVEB PLATED,
GERMAN SILVER & BRITANIA WARE,
FIXE TABDE CUTLERY, tc, &c
1SS Main Street, Memphis.
ALSO, Looking Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Tea
Trays, Parlor Lamps, Chandalicrs, Glrondotes, etc,
etc., etc Jnlyl7
a JLPa JZAVf'JtB.Jaa
Auctioneer -nd General Agent,
HEAL ESTATE BHOKEH,
9 MAIX STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR -attention to sales of City or Country
Property, Xegroes, Merchandise, of every description.
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Slocks, Rentlnj and
Leasing Property, &c
Storage and Consignments solicited.
Ilavip; engaged the services of Mr. J. H. Calbwell,
an "id and experience Auctioneer, late of HnntsviUe, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
saks of eery description. Liberal Cash Advances
H ITO? ON CONSIQNMETS.
33'dtorage and ctsislimmeirts stdieittd.
p. S. I am Agest for The Adams Xxess Ocmpjrey.
"CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
AfalB tirtet, r.ezt doof to Odd FeSovrt' Halt,
t-tt! -r.i.:;-f jt XKT
PORE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medietses, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
53- Every article sold by us warranted as represented,
subject to be returned at our expense. JulyS-ly
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
THE NEW STYLE FOR ,
FALL AND 4 WINTER
IS RECEITED BT ,
Fashionable Hatter, 75 Front EoWt
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGASS,
FOR 3AL3 CHEAP AT '
-W a- r-?VTQjgra3 I
octlg-ly Xo. 7S Front Row.
Ragging,, Bale Rope and Twine,
COXSTAXrpT on hand sad for tal&by
ccUS Menroe sOtet.
JAMES T. TAYLOR ....W. I. E0II
TAYLOR Sc. ROSS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 6 Monroe Street, Memphis
l TTJLL make liberal c .sh advances on all consignments
r V of Produce or Mercbandlie.
RtferencttUtnitTton. Terry St Co.. J. O. XeUon &.
Co., New Orleans; Spetd X Stranze, K. 31. Apperou &
Co., Jtempbli. noTii-sm
PATTEESON, MAESHAIi u & CO.;
Grocers, Cotton Factors.
No. 49 Front Raw, Memphis, Tann.
0TO charges for stillng Cotton on arrival are Fifty
Cents per Bale ; for iturinr and sdline 3eTenty-Flre
Cents. All Cotton Insured unleis otherwlis instructeu.
J. N. SMITn...J. B. MEACIIAM... - WIIITEF1ELP,
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
Wholesale Gvo ccrs,
Forwarding & Commission merchants.
(il:by 4- Utrnf A'ttt Buildingi,)
No. IS Front Row, Memphis,
HAVE cow on hand a fine assortment of Bagging aid
Rope of tt e best brands, together with a compute
and well selected stock ot the various articles uiuaCJ
kept in our business, to which wo Invito tbe attention o
Agents far the sale ot "Plks's celebrated MagncUs
Whisky," and Jones, Lloyd jtCo.'s Southern Uancfac
turrU.V SUS. SJIUU, JttAUUAilS. uu
J. r. HILL 3. T. HATLET.
HILL & HAYLEY,
Cotton Factor So
OVER D. II. TOWXSEXD'S,
FOR Selling, 60 cents per bale. Fer Storing and Sell
leg, 75 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
btorea by us will ss covered by insurance, unless slher
S3 Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished
10 customers. tepio-aawsm
A. A. SMITUIVICK.
.j. n. WRAT.
.A. Vf. tJIITH
S3HTH-VICK, WRAY & CO.,
lf. 3 Sla<ori-it., beateen Front Row end Zlein-tt.,
Vp Stain, MEMPHIS, TEXN.
ClTRICT attention given to Selling .ahd Storing Cotton
X. B. Orders for Bagging, Rose and Plaatatlan Snr-
plies Qlled with care and d spatch. Charges for Selling
and storing Cotton, fifty cent per bale. aug21-6m
A. HI. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Succetiort to Povell 4- Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sepl7-ly XEW ORLEAXS, LA.
g. O. SELSOX H. C. WALKER. .....T. A. NELSON.
WALKER, NELSON &, CO.,
SPECIAL attention given to the sale of C0TT0X in
Memphis, or shipments to eur Xew Orleans house.
S. O. XELS0X 3t CO.
Liberal cash advances maco on consignments to either
S. WILDS VERNON,
S. C. WILLIAMS, S
J W. A. BRTAN,
I St. N. BR VAN,
Late of LaG range, Tenn.
Late of Panola, Miss.
YEHNON, BRIAN & CO.
Cotton Factors, Comniission and
jc orn iiruiu;
Ifo. 6 Front Row, aver Menchnm 4c GalbraltU's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Btrlsg, Shipping and
Selling Cotton. Charres 50 cents per bale.
E3" All cotton sent to us will be covered ; Insurance,
unless otherwise Instructed. sug2
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
A LAP.GE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
E. St. APPERS0N....C. DELOACH... .DAVID ADAMS.
E. ITS, APPERSON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
Bagging, Rope, Groceries, &c,
No. 65 Front Row, and G Jefferson Street,
ty Particular attention paid to storing, selling and
shipping Cotton. aug3-dsw6m
Xew Orleans, La.
....N. C. SNIDER,
WALKER & SNIDER,
No. 123 Canal Street,
JulylS-dawly XEW ORLEAXS. LA.
C. M. HORTON,
H. C. HORTON,
Late of Montkalia, Miss.
LateHorton &. Hunter.
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
No. 3itadiion-Si.,cppotite I. B. Klrtland't OJiee,
TTTE will continue as heretofore, giving special atten
II tlon to the Sale and Storage ot Cotton, at fifty cents
per bale, and to the selection and purchase of any article
in market. Offlce removed from Xo. 3 Front Bow to Xo.
3 Madison street, nesrly opposite Union Bank. auc20
...R. A. MOON, n. T. PATTISON.
TITU & CO.,
Bank BMiing, Jejenon Street,
OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL HOTEL.
LIBERAL Cash Advances made on Cotton In store or
for shipment to Messrs. Moon, Titus h. Co., Xew Or
Orders for PlsntMraa.arrppnes fined st wholesale cas
Charges as nereteiore, legitimate n perjumtes.
g. at. OATES A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON jFACTOBS, GEOCEHS,
Produce and Gecsral Gomaissioc
isa: n 3R. o ec jSs. iar T J3 ,
No. 3 Union Srerf. oeftreen .Vain end Front Roa,
AFTER aa arfive application to tmilness, for over
eleven years we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage of our friends In the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel coafldecl of our ability to please such as nay
confide their buuness to our charge. Our stock of Bag
ging, Rope and General' Supplies will not be excelled in
the city. Casi advances, or aoaptances, will only be
made on consignments In store. Insurance cn Cotton cr
other Produce, St store, will only be effected upon actual
lnstructlsns, of when under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by stearlers will, at all times, be Insured while In
transit, with oen policy, unless otherwise lnstrnctel on
the faceot billtladiug.
To all our friends who have so liberally patronlxei us
during years ptst, we shall offer the same inducements as
heretofore for i continuance of their patronage.
JdnlJ-dawljj GATES St WOOD.
WARS LAW HOWARD WM. 1. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Barging, Rope, Twine. Surar, Coffee, Mo
'lasses, Rles, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano.
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock new on hand, and for sals at reasonable prices.
tCash advances made on Cottons In store for sale cr
shlcment. All Cottons Insured nnlessotherwlie Instruct
ed. Onr Open Policy of Insurance covert all Cotton con
signed to ns by water ; also, the risk of Fire whDo la
sore, unlets otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
sod selling Cottons, the same as wa have charged fur
Iars past urtr cents per Bam. lulyTu
............ ......J, f. RXIS,
B. HELD & BRO.,
XO. 33 FRONT ROW. MEMPHIS, TEXX.
ALL Cotton sent to our address Insured, unless Initrno
tlocs to th contrary are received. Plantation
orders fillediath care. Sure twi fjtn it flrtr
) stats per bjft. lrtC-tart7
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
dec30-daw3m X0. 9 FR0XT ROW.
r. . DAVIDSON..
... B. ELLIS.
.A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS
Receiving, forwarding and General
No. SU Main Strut, Eat tide between Jtffenon end
Aaamt, jiroy, a cnn.
T)0PE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
Al hand. i a ;nmwwu
J. ffl. PATRICK & CO.,
NO. 13 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN
r ttilL give strict attenuo to an uotion sent ns ror saio
YV in this markst, or shipment.
rvttm romirned to cs will be Insured sgainst tho dan.
cers of River Xavlgatlon and Fire while In store, unless
otherwise Instructed. Orders for Bagging, Rope and
Supplies will meet our prompt attention.
aug 13-dawem J. at. rAir.iuj. . i,u.
T r. AYDLETT
.......J. C DOUOnERTT,
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
SO. SS GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
X0 2J FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
TT7ILL make cash advances on all Cotton or other Pro-
V V duce shipped to T. P. Aydle tt it Cs., Xew Orleans,
No. 5 Monroo Street, bet Front Row & Main,
"O ARTICULAR attention paid to sain and shipment sf
JU Cotton and other Produce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices. oct'JS
R. A. PASKES JAMES ELDER C. R. DAVIS
PARKER, ELDER & DA3TIS,
G-RO C3 JZ. ri ,
NO. 6 HOWARD'S HOW,
TT'IEP constantly or. hand Bzggcig, Eopt and Plaata-
AV tiou SupplUs generally.
Memphis. July 1. 155S.
From and after this date tha style of our firm will be as
above. R. A. PARKER Ja CO.
MILES OWES- HENDERSON OWEN.
Of Memphis. Formerly of Somerville.
OWEN & OWEN,
No. 'J7J West side Main St., 3 doors South ef
WILL give prompt attention to tbe sale, storage and
shipment of Cotton and all other products of the
country shipped to them, and will attend to the Receiv
ing and Forwarding of Goods. &c.. fcc Jy 12-6m.
F. JL Werscr3
Cotton Factor & Commission merchant.
Mosby & Hunt's New Block,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
y WILL pay particular attention to filling orders for
A Groceries, Bagging and Sope, &c.
C. GRtrriNO.. ....J. B. GRIFT1NG.
J. C. GRIFFING & BIIO.,
M&in Street, Memphis, Tenn.
E will furnish supplies to our friends as heretofore,
and make advances on shipments to our friends in
3u"ot7C7- Orloan jErVjjtrrrTi .
S. TnEOBALD..J. C. ORirriNO..E. S. THEOBALD.
Frankfort, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. Frankfort, Ky.
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
NO. 71 CAMP STREET,
ItUytflrdawtf NEllr ORLEANS. LA.
Holly Springs, Miss.
L. C NuRVELL
MASON & NORVELL,
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
COXSTAXTLT on hand, Bagging, Rope and Plantation
O. O. TOWKSEND C. II. WHITMORX.
TOWNSEND & WHITMORE,
NO. I BANK AVENUE.
DEAR SIR: We take this method ot Informing you
that we have associated ourselves together for the
purpose of doing a Cotton Factorage business. We have
a large Brier Shed for the StorltR of Cotton and other
Produce shipped t o our care. All Cotton sent to our care
will he covered br au open Policy of insurance, unless
otherwise instructed. Anything you may do for us will
be duly apprecia.ed, and should ycrffavor us with tour
patronage, we pledge our undivided and united exertions
o promote your interest at all times, strictly obeying
Instructions. We Ship, Store and Sell Cotton at Fifty
Cents per Bale.
We hope to have the pleasure cf serving you.
Constantly on hand, a good supply of Bagging, Rope
and Twine. Very respectfully.
Tour ob dlent servants,
TOWXSEXD & WHITMORE.
MEMPHIS. July 11. 1S54 Jny32-daw6m
t. L. BEASLEV A. W. LOVING.
EIEASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission merchants
XO. IS FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock of Kane and Barzlnz alwavs on band.
VA. Charges fifty cents per bale, all other Produce at
usual raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
r-mltance. All Produce Insured, unless otherwise In
structed. aug20 dawly
STERLING FOtTLXES SAMUEL C. MOUNT.
TIIOS. JEFFERSON FOWLXXS.
FOWLKES, MOUNT & CO.,
Post Office Building, Jefferson-St.,
QTORE COTTOX In Fire-Proof Warehouse. Insurance
& S5 per cent, less than any house In the city.
3 Cotton In store placed under Insurance, unless In
structed to the contrary.
J3 Cotton consigned to us on good steam, keel and
flatboats covered by oar Open policy of Insurance, unless
otherwise expressed in face of Bill Lading.
T3T Ordeis for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies
solicited from our patrons. July2-dsw?m
JX obedience to an Interlocutory decree ot the Chancery
Court at Rirley. Tenn., at Its December Term, 1858, I
will sell t the highest bidder on Mendsy, Feb. 2d, 1S57,
at the Court House doer in the town of Ripley, a tract of
Land eontainlcg one hundred acres, belonging to the es
tate of John MulUns. Said land lies within three miles
sf Ripley, and has about fory acres cleared, feneed and
In cultivation, very eo.4 houses, Sis. Tersis One-half
rash, tbe balance on a credit until the first of December,
1377; stb and good security, And a lien open the land.
HEXRT H. RICHARDSOX,
decli-wtt Clark and Master.
BOGERT k WITT are now prepared to furnish the dty
and vicinity with
2?"3rof5sla Corn IVTort-l.
rrom I heir Mill on Wolf nver. lust above the Bayou.
They arc also grtpdiag for toll. Msrket price will bo paid
I In cash for CORX delivered at tbe Mill.
Their LATU -MILL Is also Incomplete operation, an
they are p-tpared ts fill all ord rs on short notice.
Attention, Housekeepers I
"T-1VERT variety of fine and csmmon Furniture, Chairs,
JUi Carpets, Curtain Goods, Floor Oil Cloths, Tabl Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c, &c, cn be bad as cheap or
chesper than any sthrr house In the Southern country, f
vaiung ii4jjatrMj ctauiisaLto.
Ms, Skstarcnfa, fir.
ra? subscriber havlngopened tho above raen-
oucu iioH.e, on me west side of Shelby street,
between Gayoso atd Union, is now meirr! in
.receive all who mar favor him wiln tbeir nt-
'"--' uuo is wuaiea convenient to the steam
boat landing, and contiguous to tbe business portion of
tha city, and passengers wishing lo taka the Railroads
can takatbo umnibusss from tbe door. Tho House Is
ptlrely new, and has been newly furnished from top to
bottom. He solicits a share of the public patronage.
decl8-3m ji. vr. MASOX.
Corner of Main and Adams street.
TniS npnsa Is situated in the centre of business, sod
Is nowjflnlshedaad In complete order. Tbe Proprietor
pledges oTrrself it shall not be surpassed by any Hryuse In
the Sontl west.
Being grateful for tha VSrr lib.r.1 mlmnan Wtmn.
on him for the last two years, h hopes by a street atttrj-
.wn uu.iuc.1 u merit a continuance of tbe same.
o-" J. J. WORSHAM. Proprietor
CORXER FROXT ROW AXD JEFFERSOX STS.
THIS riabllshment has Just undergona thorough re
pairs la every department. Rrami newlr nl-
and papered; bedding thoroushlv
even a mattress tbat is not new or equal to new; carpet,
mostly new, tc. In one word the house Is new In de
cidedly better oner than It has ever been since It was
built. Very irrateful for the liberal patrooare to tbo
House since I have oocunled It. and havlne reoewrd two
leases, one o tha House, the other upon my age, I hope
to be able to give more attention than heretofore. 1 trr
determined to make my guests comfortable.
tToc7-tf D. COCERELL, Proprietor
WORSnAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IX
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under the Wor-
KEEPS constantly on band a large assortment ot Green
and Dry Fruits. Fruits in their own Jnlce. Jerll..
Pmerves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, alt
kinds Xuts, &c.
In connection with this estab
' eUshmentI have fitted up an Oyster
tSfSitoon. and will rtcele FRESH
utsi tjia oy every packet.
S. P. BRICHBTTO.
By V. BACIGAIiTJPO,
Corner Washisgtoii-St. and Front Row.
BE0EIVE3 FRESH SHELL
OTSTBRS by every prcket, and H
low ready to wait upon all wbe
will give him a call, la the very
3" Families supplied at all tours.
t3 Satisfaction given, or no sale. ocr2$-jSm
By B. A. Vaccaro.
House, Xew Orleans. Oysters, Retreshmnts, aad all
other Luxuries, day and night. oct!7-3m
TnE Proprietor would In-,
form the public that he hniZCE.
opened for the season, and fitted up in the
best style, and Is now prepared to accom
modate the traveling public equal to any Restaurant In
the city. Having had considerable experience In catering
to the public, be hopes to receive a liberal patrcr.age
Every attention paid to my patrons and tbe route
Wild Game. Oysters, Lobsters, Sardines, always or
band ; tbe best the market a Sorts. Call at Xo. JO Jef
ferson street, Xorth side, nest -ioor to Main street.
P. S. Meals at all boars. augl5
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AXD DEALERS IX
PAPEHS OP ALL KEITDS,
17T Main-Strcet,-LoiiisTilIc, Ky.
. M. IIARTET R. B. HARTET.
C. M. HARVEY &. CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
XO. ISO GRATIER-ST., XEW ORLEAXS.
Mrl OUR personal attention
J3S. will be given to tbe Sale or
CJrliy Produce consigatd to our
33SkV addre,s. We will coatract Freight oa tbe
above i.nc-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience la our market
In ths purchasing ot Staples and assorted Merchandise
REFER TO Cook k Co.. J. C. Oiifflng k Bro , Spe
k Strange, Hannah 3t Shanks. declS-ly
J.,I?I. ITIcFABBIN & CO.,
(LATE TRIFLETT, M'rADDIN fi CO.,)
No. 2S Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, neinp, Previsions, Flour,
Grain, Ac., solicited and promptly executed.
. FITZGERALD. ..CHAS. C. BILL. .J. WO0DW0RTII.
II. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Succesiors to Perk, Siapion I'jCo.,)
Grocers, Produce 3D)caIers3
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 iTont How, Memphis,
THE firm heretofore existing under tbe style of CAPPS
k MILLS was dissolved on tbe 10th instant, bv mu
tual consent. B. n. CAPPS,
J. C. MILLS.
J. C. MILLS will continue the business at the old
stand. Xo. 18 Madison street. I take pleasure in recom
mending J C. Mills to my trlenis and tbe public as a
gentleman every way worthy o"f their confidence and pat
ronage, a. 11. GArra.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
PROPOSALS will be received at the Engineer's Office ot
the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, until February
10th, 1657, for the Grading. Masonry rnd Bridging t'f said
Railroad, from Spring Hill to opposite the town of Colum
bia, about thirteen miles.
The above work comprises tome heavy rock cutting;
abou' six thousand perches of Bridge Masonryan4 six
teen hundred feet 01 unusing
Plans. Profiles and Specifications msy be seen at sny
time, and any further information obtained by addressing
, H. DETEREUX, Division Engineer, at Columbia, Tenn.
A. ANDERSOX, Engineer.
Xashville. Deo. 15, 185S dec2S-atawtlllfssa
Cotton Brokers' Marking: Ink.
AX article essentially different from what has been sold
, heretofore In this market. Warranted not to wash
S. MAXS7IHLD k CO.
SEMPLE BROADDUS COLLEGE,
CENTRE HILL, DeSOTO COUXTT, MISS.
THE Preparatory and First Collegiate Classes will be
fsrmed cn MONDAY, February 21, 1S57.
Rev WM Caret Crane, tbe President, will assume
Immediate control of tbe Co.lege, and Instructors sf es
tablished reputation wm be engaged.
dations apparatus, cabinet and fixtures, sudden, for
present use are secures, uood board can be second for ,
39 per month, psyable quarterly In advance. Tultlja
tees, payable semi-annually in advance, at the rate ot $13,
20 and 73. according to grsde. The offlcars ar said
salaries, hencs no credit will be allowed. For fur her
particulars, see circulars.
dec27-daw2t Secretary of the Board f Trustees.
gsy Enquirer jpy da wit.
HOWARD FEMALE INSTITUTE,
UALLAI1M, SUMNER COUXTr, TEXX.
JOSEPH S. FOWLER, President ; undsr the charge of
Howard Lodge, Xo. 13, Independent Order of Odd 1V1-
This Institution Is now In successful operation, and no
efforts have been spared to nlae- it In the frnnr mtiV nl
our Female Schools The large increase In th numberof
Pupils over tbat ot tbe opening sesskn,afjrds substantial
ground to believe that it Is destined to tale a position not
Inferior, In any respect, to the most popular Institutes
for Female Education In the, South.
The Academic year cmtnfneed on the first of Septem
ber last, but pupils are received at an, time
BOARDIso -A Boarding nouse Is connected with the
Institution. Boarding can also te procured In tbe best
families of tht place.
For farther inforcutlea, apply to the President, or
Board of .visitors.
r, BvAfTktlr1ttr- - T'taWe. 'W. S. Munday,
B--.42. 3" S ,taib' TV- More. T- Boysrs.
CYiHgtn)n Female Seminary.
T.',f!SS?Vcof tbu I""Uoa will commence
Janusry27, 1S57, and continu five months, ra-
IMT??n,vWm .,ecnre ,he " Interests of their
ranU?SednfrenUrinKthela at lne -
ThU Instltatbn Is rend-red accessible bv means of a
ni vP0. .,alDd"iS wa.hing, ,lgbt and
fnel, can be obtained In eicellent families at t per
jgjfflwn., De. l6-w
HAIICOCK & CLARE.
Piff BBLS. FLOUR, Extra Suparflae. .ecelved thU
tJXJKJ day, and far sale by
HAXCOOI k CLARE.
BBLS. WHISET, for sale by
3t HANCOCK & CLARK.
BAGS Xo. 1 COFFEE, for sale by
"g HANCOCK k CLARE.
9 r f! n fl 'ArOLEOX CIGARS, for sail by
U j U U U decSt UAXCOCE k CLARE.
W RICE 10 tierces nsw Rice, for sale by
ecr. HAXCOCC f&CLABX.
(SucccitO'to Williamson 4r llantotk,)
! GROCER m
PINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars &c.
XO. 19 FROXT BOW, MEMPHIS.
Received thio Day,
r: A BBLS Mess Fork;
SO kegs Xo. I Leaf Lard;
vo tierces augar-cured Haas ;
20 kegs Shot, assorted sixes;
100 ti!s Whisky.
AH of which wo will sail cisap for cash at X
rrroBi bow, atempbis.
JUfl S. B. WILLIAMSON.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
1 KRO PIECES Barging, hand and power-loom
AeJeJU Brands ;lt50 colls Rope, best brands;
fit hbds. best Brown Sugar;
;00 sacks Coffee; SO hbds Bacon;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra quality;
600 bbls best brand Boston Nails;
100 bUs. and half this Mackerel ;
60 kits Mackerel Xo. 1;
to bbls. iiushed Sugar ; 25 boxes best Loaf Sugar
1090 sacks Salt ; 5j bbls. Mclusee j 60 half bbls do:;
100 best brand Flour;
100 bbls. best Drxter and Dean Whisky ;
10") reams Wrarjolns Passr:
And a general assortment of prime Brandies and Wines;
also, Teas, Pepper, Spice Ginger, Sada, Shot, Lead, and
aa articles kept in our line of business, which, we will
sell on the very best terras to our customers and the
THE subscribers keep on hand the following articles,
which they warrant to be ot first quility, and far
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
K. Carver k Co.'a Improved Cotton Gins ;
Waions, Northern and Soul hern manufacture;
Fiour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco ;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Leal;
Brandies and Wines, superior article ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris ;
Tagether with a gs neral assortment ot all articles usu
ally kept In a Grocery store.
GWTXXE k GIBSOX,
July? Xos. 1 aadg Eiehaaie BeiWinr.
WOULD announce to the ladies ot Memphis and the
adjoining country, that she is prepared to
Cut and Make Dresses
after tbe new Invsnted style, and at tbe shortest notice.
She is prepared with Mod.ls and Book instruction
to CUT DUKSSES, and sll kinds of Ladies' wearing appa-
ral. after tbe newly invented Pat urns of MRS. J. C.
GEORGE, of Buffalo, Xew Tork.
Mrs. Susan Land professes to teach or Impart tbe art
of Cutting to any person In a few hours, so that they caw
measure themselves or other:, and make beautiful fits.
Her residence Is on tbe corner of Main and Union streets
up stairs. In the third-story. sep2?-6m
jF w goods:
ELIPOBIUai OP FASHION,
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
and Mantilla Estabhshmtnt,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE art now receiving and opening one of
the largest and most magnificent stocks of
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods 1
ever broucht to this oity. Also, a very select assort
nwnt of Rich Dress Goads, entirely new. Silks, Cash
meres, Marenos, DeLalnes, end a largt variety ot all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aarticular attention ts our Millinery Depart
ment, consisting ot Chenille, Moss and Uncut Velvet,
Satin. Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bjnnsts; Flow
ers, Feithers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, 85.000
worth of fine French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and ulmpure Laces; ail styles of
Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladies' Cloth and Velvtt for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Dresses, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, Eld Groves,
Furs, Trimmings ot all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress,
es. &c, kc.
X. B. Embroidering and Stamping done, (Soaks asf
Dressee made to order In a few hours at cheapest prices.
Ladies, please call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl X. STII.LMAN k CO.
FORMERLTof the firm of Mooney k ,
Green, would respectfully say U hiaoMJ
menus ana customers mat ne is aim a;
the c4d stand, with a good supply of Fruit
ires, consisting of
Also, R-ipberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, la va
rieties, with a good supply ot Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bolboas Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be pasctaaHy
attended to and all plants guarantlrdto order and de
livered any patt of the city, free or charge.
Nursery cn Main street, South Memphis.
ctU-d6in Receiver of M.xraey k Green.
TO HORTICULTURISTS AND PLANTERS.
U2. 1 wonld respeetf ully remind the citizens
vi -aicurfuis uiu su-rtunuiBg country snai
the season for transplanting Fruit and Or
namental irees ts fast approaching. Great
additions have been made in every decart-
txeni, murv particularly among Fruits. A more select
and varied collection has never been offertd for sale In
tbe Southwest, consisting In part of over cn hundred
Cstawbs, Isabella, Ohio, Scuppernong, California, etc
Grape Vines, Figs. Raspberries. Strawberries. Cnrrants.
Oooseberries, etc; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
rewuji, cucsaoi.s,cic, etc
Green-bouse plants. Bulbous Flower Roots, (imported.)
Evergreen of everr desirable varietr. amune which axe
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In addition -o tbe above, I am now receiving a large lot
ct Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence ot baring to
move most of my stocs on band, I will tell it very low.
rurcnasers may rely on everything being what It Is
represented and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, oy applying at tne Garden and Xurtery, near tbe
RjlIroadDebot, or addressing
ocl W6m 3. M. WHEATOX.
P. S. Daring my absence from the city, all ordeis will
merit with prompt attention If left at the store of J.
Wlldberger. ; 3. M. W.
ETCHAVARiSE & BRO.,
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on tha
TtArn Tr TTn.il Si.vMnf. Si.n,l An. a r Cr r V.
sortment of SURUBBERT, In every Ce-F5?
partment, consisting In part ot --.
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, lcclariiics, &c
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rieties with a good aupplyof Evergreens, Green House
Plant, Bulbous Boots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orjters from a distance, accompanied with draft er or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be rune
tuallr attended to, and all Plants guarantied to ordsr
and i!eveied to any part of the city, free of charge.
Tfeattend to arranging and laying off hrdns in town
or eaiintry, it the sfaortett notice.
ectl7-m ETaHAVAaMR k BRO.
, t. A Teacher Wanted,
TO take charge of the Searcy Female Academy, oa the
first of January, 1857, Address,
1 SAMUEL D. KEY, President,
iecg-wtrfl Searcy. White Connty. Ark.
T MO usjs:
R. MARSHALL, Sr., xe-
Rspecttnlly Informs the Cap-
'-y;ius sum icwarus cr
opened s Meat fto,w foot of Howard's Row, where sll or
ders In thstllnt wtir be thinkfilly reeelvexJ, and promptly
attrmoedjtawlth the best tha market can afford, and at
the lyrest postlbl prices. dec7Im
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
II efl. I Ij It Q 0 12 .
FROM aad after this date, the Passenger Tram wOl
make daily trips, (SuBdaya excepted) uatll farther
notice, to A. E. Strattoa's, five miles s. .hef Seas4ao
ba, at which p'.ace 1 be train conaeeta with a dairy Mae ot
jer raneta ana urcnasa ; also where inapt' ar
rangements have beea male fr mia and horse by Cat
omiioo. . ji. PATRICE,
Memphis, Dec. 27, '6t. dawtf Sspertttteadest.
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
OPEN TO CORIKTH.
X and alter A'oe. 16, IMS, THROUGH MAIL TRAlV
J will leave Memphis, DAILT. at 7 00 A. at , arriviste
at Corinth at 12.30 r. M.; at Somerville at lO.UO a. m.
Returning Leaver Corinth at I r. JI.; SacaervlUe, 3
jr. ax. Arrives aiaiempnisai t.oo r. ax.
"This Train connects at Csrmth with a doable Dally
Line of first diss Pest Coaches ta tbe tersataaa of tbe
Eastern Division ot the Memphis aad Caartestoa Rail
road. Thence by Railway direst, and oseetasas sure
with all Eastern cities.
Staging reduced U forty mitt, and track-laylsg pro
TUEOUGH TICKETS soM,A the foSs'xlng pelnU:
This Train also connscts wNh the Mbsisaat Cestral
Bailread ta DeHy SprlsgJ, Oxford, Grenada, Castas,
Jackson, kc kc.
Also coaBects at Grand Junction Statiss wtth Tcanes-
see Central Railroad to Beitvat, Jaekses, Uaatlagdea
and other places.
AUoounaects at Pocahontas with TrI-Weekly Liae tt
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Cataneu,
XIIKOUGII TO NASHVILLE IN 31 HOURS,
Yla tbe Memphis and Cbartesten. Nashville aad Chatta
nooga Rati roads only -iO Isiiea ef Staging, agalast
X80 ty any other route.
The ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIX rasa daBy ia-
cept Sundays) between Memphis and the Jusctton with
the Mississippi central Railroad:
Leaves Junction 7.00 a. il. ; arrives at Meaphls 11:00
Leaves Mesnhis 2:00 r. M. ; arrives at the Junction
Freight TralBsle.-ve Memphis far Pacahsatas DAILT
at 7 a. st. Doors dose at t p. at.
Through Tickets only, ob the above Routes, eaa be eb-
tataed at tbe Commercial Hotel, as well as Information
coasected with tbe Road.
Passeofers are rmuested to purchase Tickets before ca
tering tbe ears, and save payment of extra fare.
Baggage cheeked te all stattoas a tbe Raliread. aad
Be Baggafe will be received wlthoat belag checked.
Haeh aassoBiRr will be allowed seveaty-Sve peaads at
baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage ; bat Be
article will be carried as baggage that is sot racirfeBt te
the persea of the patseBger. 1b case ot less the Com
pany will held themselves responsible fer aa aBioant oat
Xegrees, when traveling alone, mast have a permit, sa
raiug the potat to which they are te ao, aad speetryia;
that they ar to travel by railroad, or they will net be
epcl Sfiperinle-ent of Traaspertatiea.
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Line for tho East!
JBattimore ami Ohio
I cbi ecs 12LT I
rpHlS Road ran from Wheei ng to Baltimore, (375
1 mues, j auu 10 n asningioB, iuo muesj ana preseau
the fullest advantages both as a freight aad passeages
line. It runs through wild and romauuc regions ot the
AUegbenies; aad being solidly constructed, oomptevrt,
equipped aad carefully managed, is etw ot the moet at
tractive aad safest Railroads is the United State. The
Out ral Obk KailroaJ, from Coiumbas aad ZaBesvala to
Wheeling, unite this road with all port tans of the West
The onlt Through Tickets trom Memphis,
Louisville aad St. Louis to the National me
tropolis, are seid by this road, which ruas direct te
Washington without tbe delay of pa? nog through Balti
more. It Is also the only liae by which baggage can be
checzad to Washington mm the UOto river,
3By tbe mail route from Memphis, take tbe mall
steamers, running daily for Louisville, connecting th.re
with mail steamers or Jtoenoaville Railroad for Cincin
nati, when they arrive so a to coaaect with the cars of
Little Miami Hail road for Colmabus, coaBectisg then
with Central Ohio Railroad, threaeh Xrwark aadZaaes-
vilie, to Wheeling. By the express trala of this route,
the time from ClBcmnall to Baltooere aad to WasUagtoti
is less than 27 hours.
3-Be sura to ask far tickets by the Baltimore aad Ohio
vTfPasseBgers from Memphis gstBg East threanh St
Louis, can bay Through Ticket by the Baltimore aad Oat
Railroad. This rente lays t hroasb Vincenrie, Terra Haute.
Indianapolis, etc., te Wheeling, ever the acw ohie aad
Mississippi and cennaeettBg Roads. Tares cooaectroai
are all direct, and the time from St. Lout to Battiastrre
or Washington Is but about 43 hours. Through Tickets
by tbis route may be had ot the Agent, under the Plas
ters Houst, at the foHowing rates: From St. Louis te
Baltimore $2S; te Washington $26.
At .Wheeling the passenger takes tbe sueerie; cars 01
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times
dally for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia aad Xew
Tork. Tbrougs to is or 17 Boors, lacntdiag stoppages.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of the country, aa
general comfort, this road is second to nose la the nates.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses tbe largest
equipment ot any Railroad in the United States, aad is
prepared to do an Immense business In traassortatlea.
The road makes immediate connection at tbe wharves aad
in tbe stre.ts ot Baltimore with tbe Railroad te Philadel
phia and Xew Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and Balti
more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea te Xew
Tork, and by new Merchant.' and Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Xorfoik, Charleston, Savannah, kc For
particulars, see freight tariff, copies ot which mar be had
of the Forwarding Houses la the West, oro' J. B. Fork,
receiving ana x arwaruiag ai v neeiing.
WM. 5. WOODSIDE,
Master of Transportattsa, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVA LLETTE,
lUBSo-ly Agent, 51 Front Bow, Memphis.
NEW ABBANGEMEiNT !
ESPECIALLT FACILTTATIXG TRAVEL BOUND
To tiie North and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
M.1 1 IM o n:
From. Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen liourt.
: uatrM atca. vj insure or nangc oj cars or
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
, leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Xiagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, Xew Tork, Boston, and ail Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change ot Cars from
Cairo to Xiagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to Xew Tork. Time from Cairo h Xew
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as lew, aad comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers thmmd. ...
NOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana aad
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Saftttwrri
Trains, fer Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers far Racine, Milwaukee
Sheboygan, &c, and with a splendid Line ot First CUr,
auamers ror oaui. aie Jiarie, j-axe superior. Coiling
wood, Toronto, kc.
"rains leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol
lows! 6:05 A. II., Chicago ami Dunielth Express.
This Tram connects at Chicago with Xew Tcrk Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
Xew Tork Central Railroads, through in thlrty-oae hours.
This Train also connects at Sandoval who Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Louis aad Vlncennes; at
Pana, with Trains ct the Terra Ilaute, Alton aad St
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisville and Clncin
nati; at Decatur, with Main Liae Express for Galena
DunleKh; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring
field, Xapies, Rock Island, Burlingtea aad Quiccy.
6:10 r. M., Xew Tork Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at important Stations, except oa Signal
connecting with Main Line Day Express f rem Decatur U
Dunielth, and arriving at Chicago at 2 1. n.
Passengers tar the Upper Mississippi, will find at Due
leitb, steamers ot the Dunielth and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival or either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, SI. Paul, Ac. Passengerc
for Janes vllle, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nectat Freeport with Trains to Betel t and Janesviite, aac
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. The Maps and Charts Indicating th Great Central
Route to the North and East are an exact transcript of
Colton's Msp of the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as wen as the raining
time cards of the connecting Roads, and Judge for them
selves as to thecorrectness of the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler,
a well as the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North and East, which surpass those of
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by th Company for tha convenience of the trav
eling public, the permanency of the road and structure,
the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves to those who desire In traveUng tpeed
comfort and safety. '
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the prlvUfge
of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Offices on the Una
A. T. LAVA LLETTE, Agent,
lurri-lT MrmphU. Teun.
GEO. PLATTEBTY & 'BRO.
RECEIVED per steamboat Lebanon, this day, 43010
worth of Safes, Tablts, Bedsteads,Sofas, Chairs, ie ,
all of. which we offer at anusuaay law prices, belag press
ed for ro;ra to store Intra, at comer of Mala and Union
P.S. SUPlknos.foria.e. OMInstrnnots Toned and
eflem&his and Ohio
Daily Through Route to XashTillc.
NEW ARRANGEMENT IdADE,
PARTICULARLY TO ACCOMMODATE THU CIT.Z2N3
OX THE LINE Or THE ROAD.
Two Daily Trains Each Way.
TRAINS wiH raa an this Bead as faUews aacu fur-ih-raetlre:
MaU Passenger Trata leaves Brown Tffje rMTy puadey
excepted) at 7:38, a. X.. sad arrives al MempMaat HctO
Returning Leaves Meiaahls st 3 rtftek r. at., sad
arrives at Bf.wa.vUte at &M r. ijSsiMti; at Ma.
sou's with a liae of Hack ler tVriagtea, aad at Browa
vUle with FortaBe k Xerweed's Haa of Staae te Xsh
vdle. vu Jacksea aad Cetasaala, aad raaatae ta cea
nectton with the AUbaan aad Teaaeesce RsrOreod.
Kotbevford's iri-weekly Isae ec Caacaai tram Btawa.
vule every Wedaeey, Frida; aad Saaststy, at A. M,
ror .iisnviu., vu Tree ten, Mctasotsvine aaa Wm
den, naasctbag also wMh a hue of Stagea te Parts.
Aa Arrnsnatedatiea Traia .rearm MsaaaM
(Suadays eaeeeted,) at 7Meek a. sr., aad arrive at
BrewaaviU at 12:3a p. it., esaaeettB2 with tha Stages
ReturatBC Leaves BrowstsvtVe at la p. St., aad ar
riving ai Mesaahis at 6: to r. 31
By this arrange saeat, p iafc neias; aa the Hae ot the
Road, bavras; btMta-.ss at Measafats, oaa easae dews la tha
mornrsg, have three or leer hears to astead te K, aad re
luru ta the eveatag.
Paaseagor caa reauta ta Memphis natal Saltckaa
Saturdays, aad to lo BmraoifOe, aad star ever Bight,
sBdsMteaSideysrBtBgeB the Stag atoeeetocx
te NMhvdle, etc.
Taroaeh rickets fer Jacksea aad XishvMs wbe had at
. be Werseaat Hoase, Mesaahis. j.
XZrs!asa tats road a Sasdar.
HEXRT rOFFBi. Saat,
1' A 1 Si i ii 1 C El 15
JACKSON AND NASHVILLE
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
R A 5 li K O A
TO the MissiMiapi Juoclua, cqeasscting wttk the Tea
nessee Central Bail road to Bolivar, lhere eeasssefjag
with J. J. Wyly's Daily Liae of four terse Feet OoHtn
lo Jackson, aad tri-weeklv to NasavilkL Uuim wu.
tvesdays aad Fridays, taraega ia
1hetravellspaMiewtJiaadthas the cheapest, beat aad
quickest route. Railroad and Staae tan eaty eaa an
This is the best route to Jseksea, gets? threSik ta Ban
hears, and a eaylsght 10 te. Fata te Jar&eaa, $4. The
Ttaseseee Central Kail road is rast awuschaK faraaaat-tissteJcks-a.
Tats Liae te Xaehvtlle is teked trMrk
Coaches and Hones, iafevrer te aese la tha Seaehweat.
Sober aad rxpe.-ieBeed Drivers aa the eselrcIUe
Pare to Jackson. - -- -- 84 00
Terryville, Q 25
" Huatingdon, - - - 7 00
' Nashville, - - - --10 50
3 For seats or iBturm.tiea. call at tar rtii ,t R.n
reart arvd Stage OfBce, Cotasnerctal Hotel, JerMtsea stseet.
Prom Memphis to Jackson. 88 50. '
From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50.
Via Jackson, Wayneshoro and
COXXECTIXG Bear Browniviiie with shs MesaafaU
and Ohio Railroad aadat Tbonrov -a with tss.'VW-
Bee aad Alabama Raliread. Tht 1 tbe eheepest saate
to Middle Tennessee, aad travelers ar assared tsuCso
pains or expense will be spared to reader then rrjmlsrta
Me. The ewebes, berse aad drivers are saperter.
Oar liae connects at Jacksoa with J w.
Ca.'s liae of four horse post coaches to Xasavtae.
JaljrlS NORWOOD fc FO&TtTXE.
l?avc to Grenada, 1 OO,
Including Omnibas Ticket to H0H7 SfriagF.
The Cheapest and Quickest Route
Between Memphis and Grenada
Is nmu presented to tlc public ria fas
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads.
FOR tickets or information, apply to
auglO-dtf SIMS Jr. CO.. Artenls. Gocusercial Hetei.
3 0 flfl 'ACKASsM f XKW URXm7SE.hav
jWUU hern received at eur establlihBttnt dartag
the ydst week. Great iadacrmer.ts a now hetd oat to
purcaasersJa oar liae, in prkt, quality aad atyt.
McKINXET k CO..
"evIS us Kara r-irrrt.
Carpets, Matting, &c.
VELVET Tapestry, Braseets, Tarer Ply. tearatB aad
Heap Carpets ; Urstva, Cost aad Sriss Matttsg; All
cant, Jute, MaailU aad Cocoa Deer Mats, tor sate law by
IOTtit McKlXXET k OO.
Wardrohes and Bookcases.
1 Qfl WARDROBES and Bookcase rsceivest to the
last few days by
McKlXXET it OO.
1 On COPBOAROeS asd
cam rata Ertehes Safes,
McXIXXBT k CO.
A f J
1 jaat received by
ALL ktads ef Chairs, item the floes, ta the asmmanest
Rosewood Parlor Setts.
SEVERAL beautiful Restweod Setts last received by
O'-S Ml EIXXET Al n
FINE Rosewood, Mahogany aad Waiaat Caseay aad
French Bedsteads; also. Cottage aart Misses' B4st
ivaas, in great variety, taeap at
A XEW, liiht, eiegaat ond cheap Patent SPBIXO
MATTRESS, for sale by
n. M. GROSVEXOR.'
A SUPERIOR assertmnt of Piano aad Meiodeeos.
A. Just received by
sep2S-tt H. M. GROSVEXOR.
Carpets & Curtain
PtST received, a large assortment of vlvgaat VeJvet.
Bruseels, Tapestry. Three Plv. Surwrlor sJ n.,.
Carpets. Rugs, Curtains. Cerniees, it
seyza-tr 1LM. GROSVEXOR.
OX et Nut tbe istb July, freai Mr Cw
ha's pasture, a DARK BAT HORSK'arxmtlK
teen heads high, with black legs ami afecraasf.
die marks on his back. A litem r..
txt givaa to any persos on delivering the above bene to
j. j. MuSPHr.
aEjfia-dgwawtf X. 54 Front Row. Msaaehls. Tertn.
WE have Just received tht day, aad offer fer sale, law
10,000 yards Kentucky Jeans aad Ltadeer. tar VrJ
gro Clothing, ot various cuiori aad prices ;
590 dozea Old Brandy, battled ia 1317 ;
ISO boxes aad half boxes Star Candles.
DAVIDSOX, ELLIS k BLAEt,
X. 1 Main street.
TOMBS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES, &c.
COXSTAXTLT on hand. Monuments of all derle
tlons, from $100 to Sieeo. of latest ityte and" pat
terns. Tombs at.'. Head and Foot Stone,, faraUhedas
low as any other establishment who do their work welt
and satisfactory. To those needing anything is tha
Monumental liae would do well to rail aad examine be
fore sending their orders to the Xorth. The uadeislrned
wUlbefounaat theoWstaridea Adams Str4t7beweea
Mato and 1 Front Row, opposite the Worshum House,
ready to fill any orders, having the best of Marble and
Workmen, no pains shall be spared to give satlsfaattaa
o a v. v v . . JOHN WHITE."
ir. a. Jir. Ji- L. Sort Is new aa a tour through
Xorth Mississippi and the adjacent counties of aamesiee
soheitiag orders tor Marble work, ardwtn eswtract for
Marble at sbep prkea, tbe abject of his tear being cbwr
to remove tbe impreeslon tbat orders must be snt to ibo
Xorth for good work. The pnbllc being satisfied that
it is the best policy to encourag heme industry snd If
rood work and reasonable prices wt, leep business at
LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENC1T.
J. A. MANNING,
LEAVENWORTH CITY, K. T.
THE subscriber begs leave to offer Ms services to tha
puN,ca3 Land Agent, Surveyor, Draftsman, and
Dealer lo Land Warrants
He wm att'rd promptly to bayiag aad sesJtag Real
Estate, collecting debts, paying taxes, bay log. aC,i,d
locating ljrrf Warr.nts, and t, 5
to a General Land A Rene?. w
References -Col. E. C. McCarty, Cel. J. J. dark
son and J. D. Henderson, 1 raveaw rrth Citv j a
Ssiriv 'r?rr;.r-,:."' pnw. j.r.
Per Annum saved in Wheat alone,
by tho use of
LANGMAN'S FARMERS' FRIEND.
A CERTAIN DreTfniiYr nt um i
XA. awarded a premium by the Eojal AgricuKural si.
cletv and e.-dorsed by the largest ltot S 'S
53roadw:a?IXllle'iJriTOltnnl1 CitIe1 Compacr,
L0WXSS. 0RGILL k CO..
XOS. 13 and 11 Venn Sm
This preparation Is put splu Cans, cash ecnUInlng a
sufficient quantity to mix with three bashels f Wheat
Prlc,$l 00 pr package. L., p. x CO,
100 Barrels Flour,
TTARIOUS brands, from tha test Extra to Strprrfine,
.Vjjrsalcby S. MERRILL,