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BY IvPCLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1857.
VOL. VIT. NO. 256.
rOHUSRXD MAILT, TRl-TUKKLT AND WKKEXY, BT
na TT vVnviuit. LHIKIBAS TROUSDALE,
WH. M. HBTTOK, BKJTJAXIK F. DUi,
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fOr I" aaaares, reaowable weekly, er annam, SO 09
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aa adiaare over otataa rate .
Z3 AdvarHnateato directed b be dbaaaytd, or set
bMiM! ana, charged bocblx rates.
f3 Tearlr adverUsers wt 1 be cbarted extra for ocrn
pytac; sce oror eonrrsct, and wfcfTj lakoe Trrr U rr-
alied tab aaea, or the advertlaeneat kept a lasMe
t3 Taarir advertteers wfQ be chanred extra at regular
rate tar vTaata, Ken's, SeavtvaU. Copartnership No-
t.eaa. To Oaartoiprs, kc.
(3TBAjmcirT AovEKTiauu mcst se paid roa
3 No advertieemfct win appear ia the Weekly paper
Meat or saec-at cooiraci.
'X3 Advertijeeaent to be inserted in the Weeily paper
oaty, or at irremar interval la eUber of the papers, will
be camned SI per rature for every inserlien
t3 Aamoaciar candidatos tor State. Ceamty aad Xn
WW I pel OOaOta, $6 each, to be paid in advance hi every
O-.AH advertlscaaeaU tor CbarJtabre iMtitattions,
jr-wm o liaaxn, ward, lawa, aad other ranue Jiectiase.
to cnarnt half price.
t3 MarriMDM aad Beaths are pnbUahed as new ; bat
Obhaiiliii.TiibaUi of Re-pect aud yaneral larltatloai
a athar adfeertteeaeeats .
O-AbUbsI aad Ttanstaat Advertlif to wlU be
cbjanmd br the taertioa.
VJ IQWerael Xatiori ia I.ocal CJaaaa wai he charged
i or variatioB win be aade fraaa the
KcCLAXAHAX. BUTTON &. CO.
BE.VJA3IIA HOTVCOTT, BeRtisf
B ATING Drepared mraeU weU to practice
Scntisti y in Memphis I reapeeuoily solieU
line pal rem art- of all who may need ar aer.
' vices in the Dental line, and biad myself to
perforat an operations on the Teeth, aad insert Artitclal
1eth la the mort approved style a. writ as it cas
dear ia ttl-or any other eonntry.
(Mce oa Mala street, opposite Worsham Boase.
(l Car do
TV- UKaTKL 6ILBKRT. Sa.. bas returned to hi old
XJ hooaeataad sear Mempbia, aad reopeafd bis lodraj-
I reaaaia permiBeaUy. He treats :be fellow.
Daoeasse: Cancers, Scrofraia, IThi e EwriHns;
I W. as. without Surgical otK-r.tMns. He i
llltu afl OhroaicFeaaaledi!ase.. Sores of loacstandiac.
Tetter, Kbeaatatisaa, Srphilis, and a'l faiBa or Jfeicarial
It UBBJcenary to say more, be bas Hv
of hi saacess fraaa staiao to 'Jioasn.
0. vo ACRCE a analC. 9C. ACKEo
G. W. & H. 3X. ACRES,
BKNTISTS. OOJce FBioa Block, Ooort
street. b.-tweeB Jtaia seat rront Kow,
All Dental Operations performed with
the toast possible pain. Diseases of the Alveolar Process
aad Sana treated in the Best skillful Manner. Fail or
partial sets of Teeth set oa Cutta Fercba or Gold, with
the latest impioiisaaQBtl, and eCAKAMTIEB.
J. WICCEKSMAW ED. A. SEECHES.
niCRERSMAM &, BSECHER,
A THHtirKTS AT LAV. Xerapbu, Tecnesoee. OMos,
J Xo SI Jeckrsan street.
SaHTII P. KAXKJIEAO,
A TTOKKKT AT LAW, Hempbis, T'-na. Office la the
XL Pest OSSce Mock, over Aydlett Sr. Co., third story.
Dr. U. X.. I.ASKI,
T ATI StafT Physician and Director of several Hospitals
I i la Oenaaay, member of different Medical Societies
in New Tark has located in the city of Memphis, and of
fers has service to the public as mysKaaa, Accoachcr,
sad far all eaerataen m Sir eery.
X3T Ossce sc Vaington street, betwees Main and
r. t. icHA?.nso..w ye. wni.vTLrv. M. a Hiaas.
RicliardsoB, WItentley & Higgs,
h rTOKVKTS AT LA W Office on the corner of Second
XV. aad Court streets, Memphis, Tena. ocll-ly
H. C. BRO.YX,
A TTOWrtT AT LAW. Marion, Ark- practices in
M rhUltaw. CrLtendea, MK.isa;ppi, Green, Randolph
Lawreaee, Iirfepcndeuce, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Fraads
ar.1 Manro Counties, in Arkansas. oct7
IIK. THOS. KLLER,
LAT9J f Tascumbia ,Albania, ha located permaaeBt
ry la Mssspli! . aa oabrs hi-, services tatbe publie
ha an tha branches of his profession He ha taken the
sdtso hiMtotorr oiKapiwl by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
and SsaoB atreets. Having ncrnttr made a careful aad
aeaeral sstautisB of Surgscal Inst mast a, ho k prapa-Hl
far an the oserataons of suncery. Jtosidence oa Shelby
stsaet, koHicea Jlmg and Treaevant straeto.
TT TOIXUmXX, Ksq., has removed hit Xw Officf
XX. aver the Store and CWmiMioa Uouoe of FowM
Maaat A Co., aa Jefleraou street, between the Post On
and Main street. wll-tr
I1ASKEI.T, & SEAJIC,
ATRyRNET AT LAW, Memphis, Teaneosee. Wm.T.
HasMI aad Robert 8-arcr have associated tarn-
the practM of Law. (Mao?, ia the
A TPOOWfltT AT LAW, Oovtagtoa, Teaa. All husroo.il
XI. oatraatod to his cars wJI receive proiipt all4rtk..
A nOUTBT AT LAW, Memphis, Tna., win practice
XL- Mi an taw ooarts of Memphis aad tha Wattera Bts-
X3T 99" ' or Court Square, adjototaz that ar the
OhMKeryuoarl vtesK. marrS-ly
JOHX A. XOOE,
A TTOsUntT AT LAW. Office in the Post OOce BotM
f tat, Memphil, Tenn. , novSI-U
D KJ. BUR8SE,
A TKMUTnT AT UW, Memphis, Teaa. OOce oa east
Xa aktsnf Main street, betwrea Jefwrsoa aad Adams.
to r. Titus. McBwen, Harris k McNeiB, J. B.
, W. S. Miller aad Miles Owoa, Meaaphl. Teaa.:
Mooa, TKB4 Sr. uo., AfV uneaas. MBI4-tr
JOHX P. FARSXEL-IY.
ATTORXBT AND COUKSKLLOK AT LAV, Measahis,
, Team. OaVa corner of Mala and Jefferson stroetr.
oar Leaaasa ar. oo. s.
Bator to Hon. Henry Plrtle, W. T. Buttock aad Messrs
A. L. Bhat w II k Son, Louisville, Ky.; Hon. James Pryor,
OaiiuBtoa. Ky.; McGteaor, AOoway k Co., and Moses
moBuwnoa, Mew wneaas; s. M. ApprraoK & Oo., Mem.
Q. C GRASTt,
A TTOfUTKr At LAW, and Cstamiaasacr for the
XX. States of YirsiBla, Alabama, Mississippi aad Ten-
, lAHJisvii.UK, i.1 ., win promptly attend tobas-
i entrusted to his care, and enforce tha csdjectton of
la this aad the adjoininc States.
BEfEP.CSCES Hob. Jacob Thompson, Oxford, Miss.;
Baa. J. J. Mejue, Governor of Maesissiiipl. Jackaoa;
Boa. M. 8. aett, Washington City; Cot. B. V. Dili,
Mampais, Team.; Beat tc Duval, Tneker, Braanaa & Co.,
Bankers, Geo. Bachs-d, Hughes & Hutchinson, Loais-
E3 Odsce, "MaKrf Han Buildings," Firth street,
betwrea Market aad Jefferson. Joiril
EGBERT II. OSnOiUfE
3. practice Law is the Cuorts of HardeaMB. Fav.
otse, TJatoa aad Shelby, also in HeN-kv ana Har-
dar saaarlM, aad la the Supreme tsri at Jaokson. AO
bailams tatratded to htm rUi receive ptssapt aad falth
tm attoataas. ! omce K hi the Caauoary Clerk's omo.
, tiaemta county, Tena. novSS
. w a
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Be. . deem
D. L. nERBOK J. n. ABMSTH0SO.
IIEKROX & AIWISTUONG,
ATTOKNErS AT LAW, CoffceviUe. Talebasha ceusty,
.Mississippi- "Will practice in the couuticaof Taleba
sha, TsJlsAatcMe, Lafayette, Panola, Carroll, Choctaw.
Ohtekasaw, aad Calhoun. Also, in the United Stales
Osart at Pontotoc, Tiee Chancery Court at OxrroOtoHT
aad High Ooort at Brrors aad Appeal at Jackson.
1 fiFaUCJICEifi "
New Obleahs XcJUe, Ganaan&Oa., FaalTalse
it. Oc, .Ttarainu, Carran & 0o., J. Sarsside & Co.,
frier oo, Fawtor & Oa.
MEMrnn Os.alrt, BM & TblmUgs, farsuson &
X9H. Lanate. Siaal & 0.. O. B. Jabnnnn. B. V nm.
JHo0S. , , .aSO-lr ,
We are bow receiving and opening oar
Fail and Winter
riONSIWlXG of every variety of SUpie and Fancy Dry
w unai usaauy sept la i bit market. Superfine Black
aad Blue Cloths, Cassitaeret, Doeskins, Cleans. Hantillcs,
M aire Antique, Velvet Shawli, the lattft style; Ladlfi'
Dreat Goo4s. of a tnperlor qaitlty; Cra?o Sbtvls, a
lame lot of MaakeK. lirfto Cloth, Brosans, Heady Hade
uatoiBc, Dnoii b aaees, uats, and a variety of articles,
tea naaaeioaa to aMstion.
AH I t it, "Coate oae, oome all," and namina my
wt Delete Btaang yoar psreaases. 1 bossnl an ttte
my beet banao, aad am determined that nose f kail nn
darooH ate. I sbaH adopt the CAsn System, esapt to
pasciBal dealers. A. C. BLAIR,
No. 277 Xiia street,
acttS-dtirawSa Old Stand of Ferguson St StOl.
w. J. wibb, Oxford, Kiss.. ....(. M. webb, Hemphli.
W. J. WEBB & CO.,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL GROCERS,
CORXER HAIXAXD VXIOy STJIEETS,
RTLL tcep in store a foil and complete stock of Family
Grecerlet, aul wo will sell them as low as we can affod
J. B. SHARP1,
Jo. 3t Aifsason-t;., oetaeea rorj June ana Main,
TTTOCLD refpectndly inform the merchants cf ileHi-
V phis and surrouaiag countrr, that be has Just.re
tnraed from the cities of vlriiala, where be eataMUhed
a permaaent Aceacy f.ir the sale of all grades of Virgin
ia Tobacco, and intends to keep constantly on bands
SMSC-Sunai to the aemaaa, at manufacturers' prices.
BeiaR tally able to compete with the New Turk, Bait!
ibk f ally able to compete with the New Turk, Haiti-
.Cincinnati and New Orleans markets, be invites
stack hijr BarchatiBg elsewhere.
J B. SHARPK
A. r. M'CASE r. S. WILLIAMS,
He CANE & WILLIAMS,
(Seecessors to Wheal iz Taylor,)
I'OSleTAUDEVG ASTD CO3IMISSI0N
Duvall's BlulTs, Aritansa3,
At the croHing of the Mntphit and UUW Rett Ratl-
raaa en wave wttr.
mBXTkeea constant ;t ob hand Surar. Cofies. Salt.
X Flour, Moiassee, and all other articles usually kept
In a Grocery, which they wiB sell low for cash or ex
change for Hides, Furs and Peltries, or any ether articles
brought to tbe market.
O" Good destined for Little Rock or it aiHacent
eoaaties. shipped to Duvall's Bluffs, win be forwarded
tmawdiateiy. as there are always wagons and teams in
readiness to haul to any point.
BREWER & CALDWELL,
CErtERAL C0.1I3IISSI0X DIERCUANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
n. 0. BREWER & CO.,
RKFKR to J. T. Soatter, Bar., President Bank of tn
KepnhUc New Tori ; J. K. Sass, Heq.. Presiden
Bank of Charleston, S. C; Messrs. John Fraur &. Co.
J. W. Caldwell, B., Charleston, S. C; C.I. Wra. it
Church well. President Bank of Eatt Tennesee. Knox-
ville; I. B. KIKTLAND, K3., and Matin. FALLS &
CASH, Memphis, Tenn. cp27-6m
JOHN 3. BOTTOj
BOOT AND SHOE
JLiSl'F AC 13 1 ,
Wo. CC Front Row,
SIGX OF THE BIG BOOT,
r - - . . , ,.... nnnnv..j .
,i SHOES, of his own make, also of other es
.1 nunilKiuin a. jie kitut, Bitv, xieaLuer, v ta
Sole and Tpper. Calf Stins, Frrsch and
AmericMi Shoe Findings, Trunk, Carpet Bags and Ta
te. aH of which be wi 1 sell as cheap as any in this
market. Give boo a call before purchasing elsewhere.
l. STKSET & CO.,
MANnFACTUREBS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CiVRTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
aug!2 . MEMPUIS, TENN.
"Walker & Brothers,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING,
AND DEALERS IN
Bvy Goods, liools &. Shoes,
Wiiolosalo firiri jELotaSl.,
No. 79 Front Bow.
WK have Just received one hundred cases of
llwins, exprcesiy mauiliaciQreu lor iuis mar
Jl krt, and areopeBice the best selected stocks of
all kinds of Dry Goods, Boots snd Shoes, ever
Veua-ht here, which we .tier at the lowest possible price,
bttru enabled to compete with any houfe through the
tacilittes of oar house in Philadelphia.
We woaU otpoeiaBy Invite tbe attention of country
serebaats, knewit g that w ; an and will suit all 3d
very -re. ue-i arc see. augib-
J. "WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
a M O C M M $
AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
.,. X. . 1 , J. '
Southeast Corner of Main and Union Sis
HATK always oa hand a well and carfni!y f elected
stock of articles in their line, which they will ceil at
the lowest current prices.
Jj- orders promptly ailed with dispatch.
FKAXttOLI r. n. WILLIAMSON.
FRAXSIOLI & .FILLIAMSOX,
Importers, Wboiesale and Retail Dealers In
French and German Vases,
SILVEB, SILVEB PLATED,
GERMAN SILVER & BRITANIA WARE,
FINE TABDE CUTLERY, &c, etc
1SS Main Street, Memphis.
ALSO, Lfwkiag Glasses, Looking Glass Plate, Tea
Trays, Parlor Lamps, ChandaUers, Girandoles, etc.
etc, etc jtuyw
G. S. LOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
BE AIi ESTATE BEOKEE,
S3 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
T) ARTICULAR attention to sales cf City or Country
1 Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every description,
fnitT t-Uj .vrir, u-,rr,rt. fir-v. iiiinr .n,?
Paralture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and
Leasing i-ropeny, etc
Storage and oonsignmenti solicited.
Having engaged tbe services of Mr. J. IT. CALDWELL,
aaoM aMexperwocea Auctioneer, late or unntsrtlie, Ala.
bama, I am f aUy prepared to attend to consignments and
safer of every description, liberal Cash Advances
MADE ON OOMIONHENTf .
J3"Storag and consignneots lotrcltcO.
P. S. I am Agrol for The Adams Express Octspany,
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
.Main f rrrf, nexf door fo Odd FeSewt' Hall,
X 1 1-:X-t-i3 X3NT
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
"HIEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Good!,
J Paints. Oik, Window Glass. Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
lira.-Miii.-a auu n lues.
J3" Every article oW by us warranted as represented.
subject lo 00 rexamou aiour expense. juiys-ty
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
wines, Cigars, Frmtg, &c,
NO. 29S MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
lOO Hfirrftlq PIniir.
VTARIODS braadsfrem1Uie bciti Extra to 1 Superfine,
JpgM . : Mala itreet.
JAMES T. TAYLOR... W. B. T.01S.
TAYLOR & ROSS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IVo. G Monroe Street, Mcmpitis,
"TTTILL make liberal e tab advances on all coBilgtimems
V V of Prodeee or Merchandise.
Reference Henderson, Terry & Co., S. O. Kelson &.
Co., New Orleans; Sped &. Strange, E. 31. Aprerona
Co., ilcmphls. novll-Sm
PATTERSON, ILABSHAIi j & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
He. 49 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn.
rvr& charces for eelllng Cotton on arrival are ?iMy
W Cents per Bale ; for storins and sclllns Seventy-Fire
cents. An cotton inisrcd unlets otherwlie Instructed.
J. R. SMITH.. .J.B.lIEACnAH.. . . WHITKF1ELP.
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
Wholesale G v o cevs,
Forwarding & Conmlssion Mcrcliacts,
(Motby Kunf 'r Ken Buildings,)
"io. IS Front Kow, Memphis;,
EAVK cowon hand a 0ns atsortmcx't of Bagging and
Kopeof tie best brand, together with a cetaptele
and well selected stock of the varies! articles osuiUlf
kept in our buiinesi, to which w s invito the atuatlsa of
Agents for the isle of "Pike's celebrated Macnoil
Whisky, " aad Jones, Lloyd &; Ce.'s Soathom itanefec"
turd Nails. SMITH, MKAOIIAM & CO.
3. f. FtlLZ.. .......................... ..J. T. KAYLEY.
HILL & HAYLEY,
Wo. S3 3ix-02x-t Kow,
OTKR D. II. TOWNSBND'S,
T7I0K Selling, 60 cents per hale. Far Storing and Sell
JL lng, 75 cent rr bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
stored by us will be crered by Istnraace. uuiess other
J3 Baggin;, Bopo and Plantation S applies furnished
to customers. tepio-dswsm
A. A. SMITflWICZ J. It. WItAY A. W. SMITH
Memphis. Memphis. Hernando,
SIHITHTTXCKjeTRAY & CO.,
A ArnrpAAT P A rtADO
11,111 H Air (IK i
Xo. 3 Mudlton-st., levleen JYonf Roa and Hain-tt
Vp Slain, MEMPHIS, TENA'.
CJT7UCT attention given to Seiilng 2Jhd Stories Cotton
kJ ana rroauce consignea tons.
N. B. Orders for Bagging, Hope and FlaBtatioB Sup
plies filled with care and dispatch. Charges for Selling
and Storing Cotton, fifty cent per bale. aagsl-Sm
A. ftl. ISOPKIIS,& CO.,
( Succettort toPoirtllfr Co.,)
XO. 41 UXIOX STREET,
sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
. O. SEU0S n. C. WALKER T. A. NELSON,
WALHEK, NELSON & CO.,
ffoffortaoja Strooi ,
SPECIAL attention given to the sale of COTTON tn
Memphis, or shipments to our New Orleans bouse.
S. 0. NELSON &. CO.
Liberal cash advances made on csns&nae&ts to cither
a. wilds vehjiox, i
D. C. WILLIAMS, (
W. A. BRYAN,
Late of Panola, Miss.j
Late of EaGraag;, Tecs
YSBSOS, WIAE & CO.
ittoii Factors, Coiuimssiaa ai
?fo. G Front Row, over Meacliara tt Galbrailh'i.
Ti ARTICULAR attenttoc paid to Storing, Shlpptn; isd
X Selling Cotton. Charge 0 cents per hale.
J3 All cotton sent to us will be covered ; insuraocr.
unless otherwise lBatrurted. augs
T. B. NORUIENTj
MOSBY & STOUT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Kow,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Ropa always on hand,
r. M. AVERS0N....C. DELOACn.... DAVID ADAMS.
E. HI. APPERSON & CO.,
Commissioii & Forwarding Mercbants,
AND DEALERS IN
Bagging, Hope, Groceries, &c,
nr n 1. I j r T.. rr 4 1
iu. mo rrum nuw, aim u jcut'ituu cut-ei,
23" Particular attention paid to storing, selling aad
snipping cotton. augj-oawam
,y. c. SNIDER,
New Orleans, La.
WALKER & SNIDER,
No. 123 Canal Streot,
JulylSlawly NEW ORLEANS. LA.
C. M. MORTON,
Late Hortes It nunter.
R. C. NORTON,
Late of Monthalu, lilts
C M. HORTON & CO.,
Coaniission & Forwarding Merchants,
lfo.3MedUon-Sl.,oppotite I. S. Klrtland't OJJiee,
IV tlon to ths Sale and Storage of Cotton, at fifty cent".
per hala, and to tee selection and purchase of any article
in market. Office removed from No. 3 Front Kow to No.
3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank, angw
T. TITUS R. A. MOON, .'..R. T. rATTISON.
TroUS & CO.,
Bank Building, Jiffenon Street,
OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL HOTEL.
LIBERAL Cash Advances made on Cotton in store or
for shipment to Messrs. Moos, Titus tt Co., New Or
leans. Orders for FlintsllOT Snpelrcs filled at wholesale cas
Chi ryes as Jjeretofcre, legitimate no perquisites.
S. M. OATE3
.A. II. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOBS, GBOCEBS,
Produce and General Commission
3VT 33 3F8. 0 SHI u3k. 3XT T J3 ,
Union Street, between Main and Front Roa,
AFTER aa active application to basinets, for over
eleven years, we, for the Orel time, solicit tho pa
tronage of our friends In the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of oar ability to please such as may
confide their huiiness to our charge. Our flock of Bag-
the city. Cinas ct pt, will ordy be
made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Prod ace, in store, win only be effected upon actual
lnstructisns, or when under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured while In
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise instructed on
the f see of bills lading.
To all our friends who have so liberally patroniicd rn
during years past, ws shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a contlncance of their patronage.
Jcnl3-dawly GATES & WOOD.
WARDLAW HOWARD WM. T. nOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine. Whisky, Vinegar, Guano;
Ltroa. Land-Plaster, aad Groceries generally. A good
stock new on hand, and for tale at teanable prices.
QCath advances made on Cottons In store for tale of
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed te cs by water : also, the risk of Fire while In
store, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling OoKcns, the same as w havo chargod for
yar rost flftv ceuta per bale. lalyiO
..J. 21. REID.
B. REID & BR0
NO. S3 FRONT ROWI'MEMPHIS. TENN.
ALT. Cotton f ent to oar-address Insured, unless Instruc
tions to -the contraryiitre received. Plantalion
order dlleiTjrith care.. Store and Sell Cottm; at flit y
centi cer bile. . , , - decS-tmyntJ
- GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer ' Merchants,
NO. 9 FRONT SOW.
T. J. BAVIWON
nun a. c nr-Ain
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIH,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
cok Biissroa merchants,
Ke S19 MMn Strttt, Erntt tiit bttvseen Jqftrton and
Amt, HewtpJtit, Tenn.
TiOrK, atoCstog aau iiaaiaiion mrppne always on
J. M. PATRICK & CO,,
COTTOrJ 3? OTOR.S
KO. XS FRONT ROW, MEaU'IHS, TE?fJf.,
TTTILL give strict attention to all Cotton sent ni t er sale
W in thts tcarkst, or shipment.
Cotton consigned tout win be Insured agaistt tha dan
gers of River Navigation and Fire while in store, trains
otherwise instructed. Orders for Baggin;, Hope and
Sonnllea will meat our prsaDt attention.
ang!3Iawm J. il. PATRICE & CO.
T. P. AYDLETT,
, rs. V. AYDJ.ETT & CO.,
SO. 84 CRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
BOUGJEEUTY & ATDI.ETT,
COMMISSION MERCK ANTS,
NO FRONT KOW, MaMPHIS,
TTTILL make cash advances on all Cotton or other Pro-
V V duo ihipped to T. r. Ayairn .x Aew unans.
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet Front Row &Main,
TlARTICCLAKaUrniloBpaidto fat awl shlpmaatof
X Cotton and other rretince
Bagging, Hope and Plantation Sapfnes furnished tt
lowest market price. oora
R. A. PARKER .JAHkS ELDER C. R. DATII.
PARKER, ELDER & DAVIS,
NO. 6 HOWAED'S BOW,
KIKP enastantly oc band Basgiag, Rope and PlaEta
tra Suppiiot paierilly.
MEMrnit, July 1, 1866.
From aad titer (Ms dale tbe styM of our Brat will be as
above. P.. A. PARKBB & CO.
MILES OWEN HENDERSON OWEN.
Of 'ilaaiiihlr Formerly of Somerville.
0EE & OWEN,
No. -73 West tide Main St., 3 doors South el
WILL give prompt attention to tbe sale, storage and
shipment of Cotton and all other product of the
country shipped to them, and will attend to tbe Receiv
ing aad Forwarding of Ooods. &c. &c. Jy 12-6m.
JT. JL Verser3
Cotton Factor &Coiwisslen3Ier;hant;
Mosby & Hunt's New Block,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
f WILL pay particular attention to fllttac: orders fei
L Grocerii a. Bagging and Kopo, oic.
j. c. oRirnNO b. ssirriNC.
J. C. GRIFFING & BKO.,
Iilain. Street, Memphis, Tenn.
E will furnish supplies to our friends as heretofore,
aad make advance oa shipments to our friends in
S. THEOBALD... C. 9RirriMQ..E. S. THEOBALD.
Frankfort, Ky. Memphis, Tnn. Frankfort, Ky.
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
XO. 71 CAMP STREET,
lolylflrdawtf ,VIK ORLEAKS. I.A.
CARRIN6T0N MASON, L. C NKVELL
Holly Springs, Mist. Ripl'T, Mitt.
MASON & N0RVELL,
NO. 165 ItlAlN STREET,
"10KSTANTLT on hand, Bagging, Rope and Plantation
J Supplies. may31-ly
O. TOWSIEND. ......
C. IT. WniTMORE.
A'0. 1 BANK AVENUE.
-rBAR SIR: We take this method of Informing you
J that we nave auoclaieu oorteivet toaether for th
parpvso of dung a Oottoa Factorage butiaest. Wo have
large Brick Shed for the stori: z of Cotton and other
Prodace shipped to our care. All Cotton sent to our care
win be coveix! by in open Policy of insurance, unless
otherwise instructed. Anything you may do for us will
be duly apprecia.t-d, and should you favor us with tour
patronage, we pledge onr undivided and united exertions
a promote your interest at an timet, strictly obeying
instmotioat. Wo Ship, Store aad Sell Cotton at Fifty
We hope io have the pleasure of terring you.
Ooaetaatly oa hand, a good supply of Bagging, Rope
ana Twine, very rovptctratiy,
Tour ah tnrat servant!,
TOWNSBND & WHITMORE.
Memphis, July II. 1966 juy22-dawm
L. BEASLEY A. W. LOVING.
REASIxEY & L.OTING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
GSr O 32L O 3C- C. i Gr 3T O 3 O X" I
NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MBMPH1S.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on band.
Charges aft; cents per bale, all other Produce tt
usual rases. Instruction strictly obeyed, ond prompt
r-mltance. All P.odnco iuturtd, unless otherwise In
structed. aug20 dawly
STERLING rOWLSES SAMUEL C. HOUKT.
THOS. JEFFERSON FOWLZES.
FOWI.iK.ES, MOUNT & CO.,
Post Office Building, JeiTorson-St.,
QTORE COTTON in Fire-Proof Warehouse. Insurance
9Snriviit Imi (hin .n, h..nca In O.. .11.
- " . t j .,wu .u wj .
Cotton in store placed under Insurance, unless In
structed to the contrary.
3-Cot ton consigned tout ca mod steam, keel and
flaiboat covered by our Open J-oMcy of Insurance, unless
otherwise expressed in face of Bill Lading.
S3" Orders for Bagging, Roj and Plantation Supplies
alicited from our patrons. Juy3-daw7m
N obedience to an lnterlocutcrr decree nf the Chanrerv
JL Court at Rtpl'y, Tnn., at lis December Term, 185S, I
win sell te the highest bidder en Monday, Feb. 2d, 1537,
at the Court House deer in the town of Ripley, a tract of
Land ooBtainibg one hundred .'itrres, belonging to the es
tate of John Mailtos. Said iind lies within three miles
of Ripley, and hat about for y acres cleared, feneed and
in cultivation, very cool lionse-i. Sic. Tbiimi-. nnr-ttf
cash, the balance on a crecit until the first of Deeemb-r,
, un ,uw Kcorur, sou a ilea upon tne lana.
USiRx ii. RICHARDSON,
declt-wtt ciorfc and Master.
BOGERT & WITT are now prepared to furnish the city
and vicinity with
Sjecss23l Corn TvTr--T-
frora tiielrilltl on Wolf river, lust above the Bayou.
They are aire grinding for toll. Market price willbe paid
In cash for CORN, delivered al the Mill.
Their LATH MILL is also In com the te oneratloa an
thv are prepared to fill all ordi rs on short notice.
"TTtVERT variety of flne and cmmon FBrniture, Chairs,
XU Carpets, Curtain Goods, Floor Oil Cloths, Tablo Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, Jcc, &c, caa be had as cheap or
cheaper than any othr fatuse In tin Southern country, by
calling a; the mammoth estaUishmeat of
. ' - - McKiNNKT &CO.,
,jCovl8 R3 Mam street. '
. Mason House.
THE subscriber having opened tha above men
ttonej rioate, oa tha West side of SheTby street,
bftweon Gayoso ard Union, It bow prapai od to
receive an who may faVor htm with their nat-
ronage. Tift botue is tltuatcd ceaveeleiit totaetteam-b-t
lindirie, andcontlinous to the business portloBof
ih8eity,aad pasMigers wishing to take tho Railroad!,
can take the ojnnttiuxs from tha door. Tat Hons is
oatltvlynew, and has been newly furnUhrd from top U
bollooi. He solicits SB him of IhopaMto patrons'-.
decl8-3m . M. W. MA90K.
Corner of Main and Adams Etroct.
rnniS Hoate h tituaUd in the centre of cosiness. r.
J- l tow OfililKri and In OMnpletsorder. TboPioprator
tncoan uiroscn n inaiiDot De surpassed by any Howe in
Bring grattfnl for tho very liberal patronage bestowo:
on him for the list two ytart, ho hopes by a street alUe
t ion to business to merit a continuance of the sane.
O"7'" J. J. WOKSHAM, Frbprlstor
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON 5T3.
THIS ettablUhment has just undorgoao Ihnnjggh ia.
pairs la every dmartment. TtiMmi wwh ntorl
and papered I bedtling tfaoroughl v renovated : then t net
erau a mattrea that Is not new or equal new ; carpet:
mostly new, tc In onn word the house is now in de
ctdedly better orferthan It has ever been tinea 11 was
built. Tery grateful for tbe liberal patronage to lie
iiousc since 1 nave occupied it, and having renewi d two
leases, one on the House., the other npon my I aofe
to be able togtrb raore attention iBaiT bmtofore. 1 rrr
aetermmed to mak. my guests comfortable.
rft- D. C0CK.RELL, Proprietor.
WORSIIAilI HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie TFor
KEEP3 constantly on tand a large ascortmeat of Sraea
and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their .wn Juice, Jsiliea,
Preaerres, Sardines, Lobsters, Spleed and Pickled Oys
ters. Plckter:, Cordials, Syrups, Cne Wlaes, Braadl, all
nCTPn. ,a connection with this tstab-
rij a. t-Ff CMIshment I tiaTe atted up an Oyster
y,3loon, and will neelve FKBSII
Ui9ir.ua Qf every paetot.
3. P. BKI0HRTTO.
By V. BACIGALTJPO,
Corner Wosliingtaa.St. tad Troat Sow.
g ? 8. OTaTKKS by every asokct, aud Is
Afts wUl give him a call, in tbe nrrr
53- Familiss snppll at all hours.
Ij" Satisfaction clvt-n, or no sale. ostK-dSs
M E C Si S
RE ST AIT-RANT,
AlJAiTIS hi iiEET,
By 25. A. Vaccaro.
i tTjnas; tlx
. Cigars. Jtc.
direct from Custom
House, New Orleans. Oysters, Refreshatenti, aad all
other Luxnrlet, day and night. ectt7-3m
TnE Proprietor would in-,
form tbe public that he has
opened for the season, and fitted up in the
best style, and Is now nreoared to accom
modate the traveling public equal to any KUur.iit in
the city. Having had considerable experience in catering
to tbe public, be hopes to receive a liberal patronage
Kvery attention paw to my patrons aad the cute
Wild Game, Oysters, Lobster. Sardines. alwar or
hand; tbe bett the market affords. Call at No. JO Jef
ferson ttreet,North side, next door to Main street.
P. S. Meals at all hours. amtIS
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT.
; MANUFACTURERS OF
NE.rS.ANI) BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
- AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OF AI.Ii 3TINDS,
ViH Main-Street, I,ouIsvilic, Ky.
CM. IIARVET R. B. KARTET.
C. M. HARVEY & CO,,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 150 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
ill be given to the Sale or
VMmrilliuf nf riAAila n
Produce cousicutd to norhi
jSf address. W will contract Freight on tho
tboe i.r rc-shlpment either by tall or steam vtstels, at
We have had several years' experience in our market
In the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
Refer to Cook it Co., J C. Grifang tt Bro , Speed
i Strang, Hannah & Shanks. declz-ly
J. Itl. nicFAUIMN & CO.,
(LATE TSIPLETT, M'FADDIN & CO.,)
No. 23 Lcrce, and 56 Corfimercial Street,
ST. I.OUIS, MO.
LVRDERS for Bagging, Rope, nemp, Provisions, Floar,
W urain, xc, fioiiciieu ana promptly caccwcu.
IT. riTZOERALD...CIfAS. C. BILL..J. W00DW0RTII
II. FITZGERAL.D Si. CO.,
fSucccj'orjfoPT't, Simpton $- Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Scalers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
no. 02 Front Bow, Memphis,
THE firm heretofore exist lug under the style of CAPPS
& MILLS was dissolved on the 10th instant, by mu
tual cepsent. B. n. CAPPS,
J. C. MILLS.
J. C MILLS 1U ctelinse tbe business at the old
stand. No. 18 Madlton street. I take pleasure ia recom
mending J. C. Mills to my friends ana tbe public as a
gentleman every way wormy ox ircir counaence ana oil
rooaie. B. n. OA TPS.
Cotton Ilrolvers' Marking Inlc.
A N article esentiaHy dlaarent from what has beta m
XJl heretofore in this market. Warranted not to wash
nov22-tf S. MANSFIELD fc CO,
GENERAL COLLECTING AGBNCY.
TTUtOir and after the Orst of January. 1S67, tbe nador.
A? signed oOera his servKet to tie Mcrchaatt, MochaB-
ics and Professional Men of Memphis, as a Collector of
Notes and Accounts.
All Papers placed In my band wi I be secured by re
ceipt and endorsement.
Arrangements made with basinets houses by the year
or for a stipulated pr cent.
Letters tddressed to me through the Post Offlce, or left
at my CfSce, Nerthwest eorni r of Main and Adam streets,
up tairs, will receive prompt attention.
Uecll-sm J-xi.aiL.Nil Al.l. MlHJMWAir.il
D. PANTE & CO,,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
11 Main street, Memnliis. Tenn.
fTllu: nigncsr. marser. prices paa for reugn anu rennera;
J TcJIew, JAraaudfteap Grease. -novx-iy
The Mississippi icmalo College,
THIS Institution will commence ltt next session on the
FIRST MONDAT OF JANUARY NEXT, under tbe
Presidency of Profr-sscr James C. Dockery, who has been
called to that snair, vacated by the resignation of Rev.
Wm. Carey Crane.'
Competent teachers will be encasM for every depart
ment, and no expense cr paint wiB be spared to keep up a
system of thorough training f er all who shall eater tbe
The long experience of Prof. Dockery as an Instructor
of youlh. and his high character as a dtixea, warrant the
Trustees in offering the College to the public as equal to
anr in the South. Its location on the Mississippi and
T-nnesiee Railroad makes It easy cf access to any por
tion of tbe country.
The Steward's Drpsrtment wilt be under romnetent
managers, and good board can ho bad at reasonable rates.
WM. T.A. BOON,
nov27-w2m Secretary Board Trustees.
SAINT JOSEPH'S COLLEGE,
Near Somerset, Perry County, 0.
HE Annaal Session of this Institntion will be re-
JL mined on thsrrf Monday of September, IS56.
TEH 31 s .
For Board and Tuition In Kusllih branches, wash
ing ana xneimius iiacu, anu use ox ueu anu oeu
For Board (as above) with Tuition ill Algebra, Ge
ometry, surveying, uoo5-s.eeping, Knetcxie, His
tory, and the use of the Globes..
For Board (as above) with Tuition In the Classics
and Natural Philosophy
For Instructions on Piano, with use of Instru
ment per annum
For Instruction on other Instruments....
Stationery, Books, Medicines, when furnished, at
To those who remain at the Institution during va
cation, an extra charge wul cemadeof 0
J. A. KELLT, President.
13- Refer to Est. J. V. Dalt, Memphis, for further
II a s; in?, Rale. Rope and Twine,
CONstahlx on nana ana lor. taiaoy, . .
ecus --.-.. - arouroe itreet.
j ladattoiiupltf s, (Btt.
(SuccettO to WilHamton tr llaneack i
- IMPORTER 01
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars S'c.
NO. 19 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
Eeceivcd thin Day,
"U60 kegs No. 1 Loaf Larf;
25 tierces Sagar-Cured Hxras;
9 kegs Shot, assarttd tiiea :
100 bi4 Whisky.
AR of which we will nil citap for cajh at N. 43
a rear, ttaw, Memphis.
l1 S. B. WILLIAMSON.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
JiHOK3 Baegtmr, hand and power-taom
isranas; 1 4od cutis Rope, best brands:
60 hads. best Brown Sugar;
'jm tack CoKbr ; 60 htdx Bacon;
H boars Chewing Tobacco, extra quality;
6B0 bbta best brand Boston NaBs ;
108 bbls. and half bMs Mackorel ;
68 ktta Mackerel No. 1 ;
. J '" n ,ud s"ar 5 bett Loat sugar
10W tacks Salt ; S bbls. Melaues to half bbb do;
190 bbls. best Dtxter aad Deaa Whisky;
100 reams WraoDlne Pxwr:
And a gearral assortment of prime Brandios and Wln-i ;
1.' fs r-Wer, Splee. Ginger, Soda, Shot, Lead, aad
all articles kept In our Hue .r boiiam -.hirh .m
tell on tbe very best terms to our customers aad the
iue senerauy. aogtd
WEkJuit received this day, and oior for safc, low,
10,698 yards Kentucky Jeaus and Lladsey, far N'c-
imHiiMi. oi various eutor aad priors ;
300 dozen Old Brandy, bottled in 1817 ;
ISO boxes ani half boxes Star Candles.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS it BLAIR,
No. l Main street.
THE sabicribers keep on hand the foUowia: articles,
which they warrant to be of flrtt qaxllty, and for
tale low for cash ;
Wheat Pans and Threshers ;
R. Carver it Ce.'s Improved Cotton Oias;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufaetsrt;
Flour, Salt, wwlky and Tobacco ;
Sagar, Co flee. Teas tad Meiasse ;
Candies, Powder, Sht and Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior artlola ;
IJme, Cement and Plaster Paris ;
Together with a general assortment of all aitielei usu
tlly kept In a Grocery store.
GWTNNE & GIBSON,
Julys Nos. 1 aad g Kzcbaarr BalMtnr.
WOULD announce to 'he lar!ia of Mempbis and the
adjoining cowotry, that she is prepared to
Cat and Hako Dresses
after tbe new invented style, and at tbe shortest notice.
She Is prepared with Mod.ls and Book Instraction
to CUT DRESSES, and all kinds of Ladies' wearing appa
ral. after the newly lnrenud Patterns of MBS. J. O.
GBORGE, of Buffalo, New Totk.
Mrs. Susan Land professes to teach or impart tbe art
of Cutting to any person in a few hours, so that they cai
measure themselves or others, and make beautiful fits.
Her residence is oa the corner of Main and Unka streets,
up stair, in the third-story. sep37-6m
eJ3 W GO qip:
J EMPORIUM OP FASHION,
And Ladies General Furnishing, Cloak
and itfantilla Establislnsmt,
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are now receiving and opening oa: of
tbe Isrgest and most magmOoent stocks of
Preach MiUiaery and Fancy Dry Sood','
ever b. ought to this oity. Also, a very select assort.
meat of Rich Dress Goods, tnUrely mw. Siik, Cash
m 'res, Maronoi, DeLalnea, and a largo variety of all
styles for Str -'t, Traveling and Evening Drearies.
We call particular attention ts our Milhnery Depart
ment, confuting of Chenille, Most and Uncut Velvet,
Satin. Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets ; Flow
ers. Fextbrrt, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths. $5 060
worth of flne French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and G impure Laces ; all styles of
Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladies' Cloth and Velvii for Cloaks, Drets Caps, lie ax
Dresses, Ladtet' aad Mhwes' Shoes, Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Purs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks aad Drte.
es, &c, he.
N. B. BmbroWerin; and Stamping done. Cloaks an
Dresnes made to order in a few hours at cbtapeit prica.
Indies, pleate can before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from tho country promptly attended to.
octl N. ST1LLMAN & CO
. FORMRRLT of the firm f Mooaey &
tureen, would respectfully say to his
the aid stand, with a good supply of Fruit 4r-
arm u Jinnitu ludt 13 tH at ,ni,r
Trees, coroutine or
Also, Rpberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a dittance, accompanied wtthdraft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attended to. and an plants guamnlledto order and de
livered any pa it of the city, free of charge.
Nursery on Main itreet, South Memphis.
ectli-d&n Receiver of Mooaey k. Green.
TO HORTICULTURISTS AND PLANTERS.
ssgr I would respectfully remind the citizens
jbls- ot Memphis and su-rounding country that
fj the season for transplanting Fruit and Or
GoHnalKS. nJimfnll rM Is fastapprsacbing. Great
g asa ,i .af x.Mfa have been made In every depart
meuL, mom particulariy araotg Fruits. A more select
and varied collection has never been oeerd for sale In
tbe Southwest, eorjisllBrg ia part of ortr one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, Ohio, Seuppernong, CalltorBla, etc.
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
Pecans, rhesnuts.ctc, etc.
Green-house plants. Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 2.000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In addition to the above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Bulbs, ot all kinds. In consequence of having to
more most of my stock on band, I will sell It very low.
Purchaser! may rely on everything being what It Is
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, oy applying at ine uaruen ana Nursery, near the
Railroad Debet, or addret sing
ocIl-dSm S. M. WHEATON.
P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders win
meet with prompt attention It left at the store ot J.
Wlhlberger. S. M. W.
ETCHAVARIVE & BRO.,
NTJIt.SE K YME K",
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on ths
Horn Lake Road, have on hand a Cne as-3.-a
sortment of SURUBBEBT, In every ue-rjff
partment, cccslstlng In part cf t
APPIiES, PEACHES, PL.UMS,
Poors, Clici riotsi
Apricots, Icctavincs, e&c.
Also. RaspberiT. Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply of Erergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbons Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be pene
tua'ly attended to, and all Plants guarantied to crdr
and delivered to any part of the city, free ot charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Sardsns In town
or country, at the shortest notice.
OCtI7-1ID ETfjn ATAItMu . ERfl.
ON oi about ths 15th July, from Mr. Cur-'i-iN
pasturo, a DARK BAT UORSEabout Cf-(-!.
bands hizh, with black l.gsano a tew sad
dle marks cn his back. A liberal reward will
be given to any person on dslrrerin. the abov trorxo to
J. J. MURPH
anglO-rCwawtf N. 51 Front Row, Memphis, iffin.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS.
PROPOSALS will be received at the lnjiaeer's OfBc? ef
the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, until February
10th. IS57, for tbe Grading. Masonry and Bridgin: of said
Rtllroad, from Spring Hill to opposite the town ot Colum
bia, about thirteen ruuej.
The above work comprises seme hetvy rock cnttlng;
about six thousand perches ot Bridge. Masonry, and six
teen hundred feet ot Brldzlng.
Flans. Profiles and SDeclncatlont rcav be seen at in.
time, and any further Information obtained by addressing
J. H. Deveszvx, Division Enjinetr, at Columbia, Tenn.
- - . a. A.NDKiisoN, snginccr.
NsshvllleDee. 15, 1S5 Jec2S-3tawUlIfeW
EAST AND NORTH,
irminTTT.-t ,-vm. nTT.7,TT,m
.QiJiJurillO iliiil LUil Klih iISTiJN
ft'PE'V T A tPefiitr? 5 T fgi Tftr
U" TTT.. '""".on ji.xii. xn.nr.
.r fV.:.,i ,. . o ' ' . "J .
Aeiurntng Leaves cortntst U r. H
triads Traia conneets at Otetath with a doubts Daily
una! erst cl u. Post Coathes to the tonamsi of tho
JS4M0TB ifivuton ei tae Mttaahis and CkxrtMtoa Kaa.
road. Theace by Baitway direct, aad eartnaotiuat tare
wHhan Exx tern cities.
Staciag redaeedtosffyistter, aad isaek-hta: pre-
THROinTH TiCrSTS mU to the foaawla: points:
CHARLBflfON, J ..
.ArBasnTCTf - "
Tbit Train atsa eoaaecU with ths Mlt.lMlBnt Caatrai
Aaaroaa to liatir aanaos. axtmta. Urenadx. raLaa
Also eonnroas atOraod Jnaanae Sta tiaa wtthTMaes.
toeCealfat RaHatad, U SUivar, Joektoa, HaetiugdoB
AkMeestaecaa at Psaaaontas with Trl-Weakrr line af
Kify, Pontotoc, Abordeea aad Culumbaa,
11 ! x t atii'i r v if w a b n nitni-
TIIKOURII TO NASHVILLE IS 34 HOURS.
VlatheMtarpkisasdChartesten. NaahviUe aadCaxtta-
nooca RaUroxds only 40 mttes nf Staging, hifaiast
nr y any oiu-r ronu.
ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN runs daHr fex.
cept Sacvdays) between. MeasaaU aaH the Jsnuthra with
tke Mlt.la.ippi Centra! Pjdlraad:
Leaves Jaaction 7.W A. iz. ; a trivet at Meaaaab 11. -0
Leaves Memphis 2:&3 r. t. : arriva at tho
6:00 p. sr.
Prttiht Trains Ii v Mexaahis Jar Ptaahaataj DAIT.T
i ia. h. uoori close at 4 r. x.
Through Tickets only, on lb above Boase. uab ob
tained at tbe Otauuereiat Hotel, aa won aa tntonaatina
coanected with the Rexd.
Passeassen are rwtnested to nurehaM TiekeU bthnn.
tcriBK iae car", ami save payment of extra lam.
Baggaga cheeked to all stations oa tho RaUmad, and
w 4ir nr ix: irnrm wehbovx aeins; caecaod.
Aaea passenger will be allpwod iwoary-ao poaadt of
Mi! by Railroad, aad sixty pouatts by 3taa; but ao
article wHt be carried as baatcaca that u nut laolrui t
we person or tae passenger. In case of iota the Com.
assy win botd theauelrea resaonswi for aa amount act
negroes, waan irarettag atoao, mutt have a permit, aa
aa; the point to which they are to an. and anecianna
that they are to travel br railroad, or thev win notbr
tpxt SupeTiBteadeat of Transportation.
For Baltimore, 'vVasliinston, New
York, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Lino for thei&stl
Baltimore and, OUlo
THIS Road runs from Wheeling t., Baltimore. (JTt
miles,) and to Washing ton. (too mil .) and preeents
tae rairest advantaj's Dom as a rreigm and pacseiuEVt
line. It runs through wod and romantic regioas ot the
Ailtgbenie ; and being solidly constructed, cocapieieiy
equippeu ana careruiry man3;M is ur or the most at
tractive and safest Railroads in Ibe U? ited States. The
Central Ohio Kxdrvari, from Columbus aad SaaesviUe to
Wheeling, unites this road with ailpurtMUS ot the West
The only Tnneoan Ticeets troh ilBsrmt,
ifOcitv xlle ana ar. wtvis to tne national Ms-
TRorOLis, are sold by this road, which ran direct u
Washing lea without the deity of nattiag t broach BMi-
more. it it alto the oniy.lUM by which baggage can be
checked te Washington front tbe Okie nver.
3-By the mail route from Mempbta, take tht mail
steamers, runalng daily for Loniirtlle. canttBg then
with Btatl ttcamen or JedMrsoavuw RxUruad for CaBctu
nati, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars ot
Little Miami Railroad for Goiuntbat, eoanectxg these
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark andZaaet-
viae, to Wheeling. By the expre tram ot this ruats.
tbe time from CtactanaU to Saittmare and to Washtagtea
is lest than 27 hour.
S3B nn to ask for IkkeU by tae Baltlsaore aad OW
rPatsensers from Memphis going Ratt through St
Ixxiis, can boy Throexh Tickets ay tar&kitfsBore xadOhw
Railruad. This rout !ay throuu vincenaes. Terra Uaate.
lndmnapolis, etc., te Whetting, over the new Ohio aid
Mississippi and conniMoting Road. These riatMHamr
are ail direct, and the time from St. Lau.s to Baltimor,
or Wathtagtwa it but about 43 boar. Thsowxh TlckeW
ky this route may be bad of the Agent, under the Plan
ters Jlouss, at too following rate : Prom St. Loais U
Baltimore $26; to Washington $K.
Al Wttcerbig the passenger takes tb taperiorears ol
tbe Baltimor and Ohre Rauroad, which leave three thaes
dally for Baltimore. Waihtsztoa. Paiiadeiabia aad Nee
Tori:. Through in IS or i7 hours, itrcladug stopaagst.
Fortafety, speed, regurarttr, beauty of the country, and
general comfort, this road is tecuml te none m the Hates.
i'KKIUUTS. xsis company poetesses ths larfeM
eqnipmeot of any Raaread in the Uatted State, aad is
prepared to do an immense badness in transrtortatioo.
Tbe road make immediate coBaectiea at the whaites and
ia tbe strctt ot Baltimore with the Rattroad to Philadel
phia and New Tori, steamers et Xrkstua and Balti
more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to Now
Tork, and ky newMerchant' and Miner' Lute to Boston,
steamers to Norfolk, CharHstea, Savannah, &c. Per
particulars, see f reaiht tariff, copies ot which may be bad
ot the Furwardtag Houses in the West, or o' J. B. Po&s,
Rtceiviag and I'orvxrdlng Ajeat at Wbevliag.
WM. S. WOODSIDE,
Mastor of Transportation, Baltimor.
A. T. LAVALLETTB,
juasS-iy Aunt, SI Prosit Row, Memphis.
BSFSCIALLT FACILITATINQ TRAVEL BOUND
To the North and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
From Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighties. Horn,
irunoui jireajt oj uuagc or ijaange oj Lars or
AT Chicago, connecting witu Michigan Centra! Cars
, leaving the same Depot, fur Detroit, Niagara Fails,
Rochester, Albany, New Tork, Boston, and all Bastera
and Atlantic Cities. Only two Changs of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New
Tork, torty-mae hours. Fare at low, and comiort great
er, than ny any outer route. i-asMugera through are
not subjected to the delays consequent to the rrequent I
changes by short line of Railroads through Indiana xad I
Ohio, to the East and North.
AIM, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland; Dunkirk, and the Bast, with Lakt
Shore Kanroaa atm oiexmers rer ruciae, Milwaukeo,
Sheboygsa, txc, and with a splendid Line ot First Clact
Steamera f cr sauit Sle Marie, Lake auperijr, CoHiBg
wood, Toronto, &e.
"rains leave Cairo Every MomtBS and Ereaias as fol
6.-06 A. St., Chicagg and DunleHh Express, Sundays
This Tram connects al Chicago with New Tcrk Light-
ntor frarwi aver M h-htrm n.t -nr... I
NewTorkCentnaRaUroI, throngh'lr, tMrV-one
This Train aim ennneetx nt inlii iu. nu i I
Mississippt iuuroaa lor St. Loals and Vlaeenaes; at
Pxna, with Trains cf the Terra Haute. Alton serf fit
Louis Railroad, for Indiana poll', Louts rote and Cutcta-
natl, axuecaiur, wixn xiam uh kxp a. f.r es.lra.
Dnoieitb ; tbe latter connecting with Trains to Spring
BeM, Naples, Rocklsland, Burlington aad Q itncy.
6:10 r. St., New Tork Expresi, Saturdays excented.
Stepping only at Important Stations, exent an Sim.)
cokxiih, niwjuiu xmj jkxprrss irom xiecaturtv
UHSKiin, anu arnvms ar, tntcago XL i r. u.
PasseBgerstor the Upper MiSstiaipil. will find at Tin?;.
leitb, a tenners ot the Dunleitb and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
xrain ror ia uroase, iuuwuis, aa. faui, etc Passencer
forJanesvlUe, and Central And Eastern Wisconsin, oon
uectat Preeport with Trains to Beloit and JanesvBlr, a no
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. Tbe Maps and Chartt Indicating th Great Central
Route to the North and East are aa exact transcript of
Cotton's Map ot the UnHed States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as well as tbe raining
time cards of the connecting Roads, asd Judge for them
selves as to the correctness of tbe above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicazn. and thus form tnc a snemiv n,t rftr -.
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, aad I
the Lower Mississippi, anbrds to the pleasure traveler.
as well as the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North and East, which surpass tho;. of
any other route whatever. The accommodatioas fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
eling public, the permanency of the read and structure
the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Car, com
mend themselves to those who desire In trxTeitag need
comfort and ttfely. '
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege
of laying over at any point, can te- had at Memphis,
Cairo, and at tha principal Railroad Offices on th Hue.
A. T. LAVALLRTTS, Agent,
lunt-Ir Merajihls. Tena.
LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
5. A. IflANlVIIVCr,
L.EAVENT70RTH CITY, II. T.
rrtHE subscriber begs leave to oCer his s-rvlcet to ttt
L public as Land Agent, Sdrveyor, Drattsinxa, ard
Dealer In Land Warrants
He wilLttend prcmpl'y to buying and telling Real
Estate, cycling debts, payteg tax's, buying, selling and
locating Land Warrnts, and to all busiaut peruiniag
to a General Land Agencv.
References. Cel. B. C. McCarty. Col. J. J.curk-
soa and J. P. Healerson. leavenwjrth CItri J. C.
Dougherty and R. B. Hawley, McnphU, Term.; J. R. !
Connellv. TTernniL, VI.. . . I
GEO. FLAHERTY & BRO.
RECEIVED per ttf ambeat ieianou. this day, $30Y)
worth at Safs. Tables, Bedtteads,Sofas, Chairs. Jcc,
all of which we offer at tmnsuaBy law prices, being press
ed for ro.ra to ttors them, at comer ei Main and Union
ttreett. - - - --r.
P. 3. Six Pianos fcr t !. 014 Injtrtrn- Tuned and
Repaired. , - - decj-jy
anssissipn and Tennessee
Opoa to kCoaio.
n aM'rryatb, lew, TjreoTOH
Uxcpxi )at7:J0A. M , artna xt Coa at Ia x'j,''
BMrjrlte,liT4 0Nw it 10:30 a. jt., aadarii'.ca at
Memphis at I r. at.
Ibi Train coact-ts at Canto with J. P. MaAitxnader It
Co.'. dafly lia of Pivot Civs P.-rt Coarbet for Panola
I Grnarfa Sixgin; redooed U 3 nuks httweea Moos-
pwuc a-svrery as last boib; a taaner ana cneaper tocte
I . ' , -- .- ,uv,B nay
Tha PBKIOHT TRAIN will make daliv tiins. fSandV
excepted ) from aad after Monday, the 19!b of Jaaaary.
toComn. It win be expected that con? irnec will have
itr: aacemeats made te retire their aooda at the aaaiimi
od arrtval, as the Company havo on.y tt-niporary asTaaas
wh rar uwiag care or rrnjgata, aad whi aot Be nspm
siMe for tho los, or data-go to the tame at that stattta.
Patieasar are reouMted to nor hje tickeu befbra
eaieriad the cart, and lava payment tt extra far.
vgaga caecbea to all atatioa oa tbr rtiiiroad, aad aa
tagafawut be rtceivid wMhuat beiag rh-caed. Kcb
laateagcr will be allowed Hts snnadx nxzpii. n.i-
rond, and go potmds by vte. bn no axtlestvaal be car.
'tHaahadoiiuvtis aat dim ti iMasrlsjot t
lnoateorioet. tho Oompary. wi hataV tbeaiamvet re
seonjible f r aa amoaat not rxoardtag iW.
st3-N-gro.-s, wh-n traveling aloaeraraM harva permit
aasuac the point to which t);ey are to co, ssMtaacifyinz
that theyare to travel by BaUroad. or thev will mx k.
carried. K M FATUIf'r
Jtlemplis ami' Ohio
V-f A T? f) A j )
DaUy ThroBgh KttHte to NaskriHe.
tZSW AliRA WGE JfTEKT MADS,
PAKT10DLARLT TO ACCOMMOOATB TBS CTO3BN3
UK THK LIaB Of TUK BUAD.
Tito Daily Trains Eacu Way.
TRAINS will ran oa this Rond as tuUowa antal fur
Man Passenger Train leave Brownaviii. dairy (BnatUyx
exoepted) at 7:M, a. sr., and arttva at Meatahitat lft: to
KerarairMt LetTO Meamhls ad 2 o'cWiei- w ma
arrives at BrawasvMa at C:nr. x., connecting at Ma
aa't with a llnaof Hacks tar tvingtsa, aad at Mntwn.
rille with Pailaau Jr. Xorwoud't lino of Stage to Hath
vtUe, via Jackaoa aad ratamhls, aad runamc i een
aection with the Alabama and T THTTmiumi
RathertWd' iri-weekly lot of Coachcx leave, afunx.
vtllo every Wtdnesdaa, Priday aad Saatlay. at S a. Jf
lor Xahvi!l. via Treaiaa. McLt-mure.-. .: v mrji - -- -
Oou, owKCti&g xiM with a Un. .f Stasv. to Parts.
A a Accommodation Traia .loaves Wranphis dnfar
(Snndayj excepted,) at 7 oMock a. M . and arrrsatat
Brown.iUt at ! p. a.
lag witstth arsgod
Betaramg Leaves Brownsville aaiianVy. sr.. xnd
riving at Mempht at 8c id r. it
By this arraogrment, peoelo UTingaB the Bas at tha
Road, naviae hnttnes at IfiBithlt tin wtilsmt tn nw
niorninf. aave-wree or lour nouximxil
turn ia the c mains.
Paxsscgers ni reauia ia Mi
Satardnys, and gn to arewntvlBe, adL aax
aad go oat oa Saadty int. est tb 3h
o Nashville, etc
Threoaa t relets far Jackson aad Nashville te be had at
ho wraham Hease, Mempho.
u this road ou Sandav.
HgNKT COrPIN, Sapt,
5: A IV Si i e 11 liCED
JACKSON AS D lYA'ilvir TT.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
TO tbe MissUsippi Jacction. cmcctmt with the Ten
aebMe Central Hilroad to Boirvar then earraeetlnr
with J. J. Wyly's Dairy Lue of rear bora Peat OmehM
u Jackson, and tr:-weekly to NathvlB-, Monday. Wed
aesdtye aad Friday, threads ia
The traveling pchisa wl had Ihla Ihr rhnintai t il .!
uuickest route. Railroad and Stan r.r. em m
Thi is the best rones te Jackson, gottg threuch hi nina
hoars, and a daylight route. Vxxe la rtina. St The
TiB-tessee Central RaCroad is raxt approaching coatpir
tion to JacksMt. ThU Line to Nashville is stocked with
Coaches and Horstt, infvnar to lyvrt ia tha Soatliu est.
Sober and evpe.ieaud Drtrvrs a the eniinilbt
Pare to Jackson, - - - - - S 4 OO
Terry villG, - - . . g
"d011. - - - 7 OO
IvashvilTe. - in cr
Jtf" For teau or wfunaatioa. call at theSenem v.m-
roai J'. I Staze OOlo.. Commercial Hnsi Jm&.u.
095-213 ' -
From Memphis to Jaekson. 83 so.
From Memphis to NasiiTille, SIO 58.
Via Jackson, VrayueBoro and
CONXKCTING near BruwnsvUie with th VmM,
and Ohio Railroad, aad at Thnml ?.U
lease and Alabama Railroad. ThM i in -7. .
toiaai.Tenae.se.fc.aBd trareien a-e aseured rmatal
paias or expense win he snarnl u
We. The coaches, bone xrvi ri . TTr
Oar Une eoanect at Jack. wtth J W Jfemod Sc
Go 's line of four horto poxt coachc ix.
Xo Gvcnadn oo
Iflcluilinj Offlnibos Ticket to HoJlr Aa.;..
The Cheapest and Quickefst Bouts
uetwecn illeaipius ami rcBafla
Is noa pretexted to Mcaaatc rfa lit
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads.
FOR tiek.t. r intr nation, apply te
xumo-un siaa & Ul'.. Aa ats. - Tte
3nnn new roxxi-rTjjET
JJJ been rrceived at our HiihikkiMi
the paxt week. Great iadoOHnent eronowhaMaaf te
purchasers in our line, in price, quality anu style.
McsUNNKT bt 00 ,
noT'3 m Main staet.
VELVET. Tapestry, Brattrl, Three Pty": ntg-atu ami
Hemp Carnelt : Cocea. Coir and ti Jtr i u-
caat, Jste, ilsatHa and Cocoa Dour Mate, for 5jhwby
,"J MailNysr tt QO.
Ward mil p.. rind n
1 f)A WARWtOBRS aad nVwaranai iiijtlniia.lta
IU last few days by
1 Of! CUPBOARDS and
Just received by
MeKrNNaT It 00.
A LL kinds of Cbatrs, irota the Saeet h tha a
jL rtna,ny, at
T" V McEINNETiOO-'Si.
ROSGiTOOtl Parlor Kcfte'
"y?1-""" X "iUr SCIIt?.
S Ko J?'
Uisewood. Mahv x wr
X1 French Bedsteads; alee, Cottana aad. mC'
iu great variety, cheap at - - -.
WIS McKTNNET Coir's.
A NEW, Ibht, elegant ead cheap Paieat STRING
CATTEBSB, for sale by
n. X. GR3SVXNOR.
A SUPERIOR assertm.nt ot Pianos ana Meiedeeas, .
J eist received by
PS3-tt H. M. SROSTZNOR.
Carpets S Curtains
JU31- receiTro, a large assortment ol eiegant Vtivel,
Brussels, Tapeslry. Three Ply. Superior at Oxm'mon
Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Cornices. Ac
sepS3-lf U. X. GROgVRNOR.
Per Annnm saved in Wheat alone,
by tho use of
LANG3IA.VS FARMERS FRIEND.
A CERTAIN" preventive of SMUT aad WEATHL
awarded a premium by the Basal AinhVan.
ciet.. ami endorsed by the larrest Wheat tmm In a
Manufactured by the Agricultural ChoaUea 1 Cempany
ii Broadway, N. T.
Agents, L0WNES. 0B8ILI. & 00.,
nvl3-w2Ht Nos. IS and li Front Kow.
This preparation Is put an in o Mb -
sufflclent quantity to mix with thrw bathejt f Wlteat
Price, $1 W per package. L.. O. it CO. "
TOMBS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES, &c.
COhSTANTLT on hand, Mon?-nts of aH ilescrtp
tions, from $100 te $180. ot latest style aad pat-
terns. Tombs and Hfad and Foot Stones, farnishedas
low as any other establishment vh do their work well
and satisfactory. To those needing; anvthimr tn tha
Monumental line would do well to call and examine be-
will be found at the eld stand jn Adams street, batnra
Main and Front Row, opposite the Wershsm nease
ready to aa snr orders, having the beet ot MarHaaad
Workmm, no pains shall be spared to gtve tatIsfeB
P. S. Mr. M". L. SORT Is now on a tour tim,.'.),
North MissUsippi and the adjaotnt ceenties of Tennessee.
soliciting orders for MarMe work, aad RL-eealract fur
MirUe at !bep prices, tbe oaiect of fit feurbeing chietTr
to remove tne tmpreesien thalordeatininstibaisfnt to tae
North fer good work. The puhHOemg jsUsled that
tt is tbe best policy to encourage Bemetnaastrr. ani ft tr
EMtTark aad raxsonabte prices war keen.,bnslne.t,
hesgrve year orders to r. Soty.or call eppotltejtba
wcrshia Hefee. aBg2S-wtf j. -w.
I Ii K O A D
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