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BY : M5CLANAHAN3 BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN.., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1857.
VOL. VH. NO
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rtJBLlSHED DAILT, TRI-WEEKLT AXD WEEKLT, BT
JNO. R. bt'CLAKAHAX, LEOXIDAS TROUSDALE,
VOi. M. HUTTOX, BE.WAMIX F. DILL,
trXBER TE TTI.E AXD TIRM OF
M?CIA2f ATTATT, HTJTTON & CO.,
T WHOM AU LETTERS OX BtJSIKESJ, Oil OTHER
WISE. IHeCU BE ADDRESSED.
FRICE OF SUBSCRIPTIOX.
BaHy. hi adraaee, per aaaam .......$16 00
Tri-WeealT, " " S so
weeny. " 3 ee
J3- The Weekly papr win be fanit4.-d to Crab of Ten
and mk Twenty, at $t 50 rack; to Clabs of iwaatr
aad upwards, at $2 each payMe bmtfeMv hi adrance,
and evtry CM) to be made up at ee otace.
E3 Aa aid subscriber aad a sew aae win he taken to
gether at $ 49 eai.
J- Id n case wtH the paper be seat -to new saeeerl
bercnfestlK(tter for the tame is attended with th
13" AM Bflr ssriptloBj wm fee coos dered da asd
Pye Eta'f-yaarty to advance.
53-Th forotac terms will be itrietiy and rigidly
DAILY RATES FOR ADVERTISING.
Adtpltst by rte Apjtccl and Eagle etui Enquirer.
For eecHeeareef ten liasr less, eaetaertiea...$l 68
For eaeb ajdwtaaal taoertioB of eame 68
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to- . . . ?rrrj
1. 388 408 S80 6 68 8 80 18 00 IS SO 16 8 2a 88
S. .4 fit 6 88 1 68 9 68 88)16 OftJlS 78 68 38 60
5. 6 68 S 68 18 88 12 00 1 Oo'm 66,24 6T 38 08, 48 00
4. 7 68 M 69 12 60 14 Bite 6026 06 SI 37 60j 68 00
6. , 9 68 IS OsjlS 08 IS Oeis4 OftM Sla7 Sri 45 00 68 68
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. 66 14 06)17 6T M 6a3 Q,a ;- M 2 &' 79 86
7. It 6t IS 68 86 68 il OsjaseojM 8068 00 SS SO, 80 60
5. IS S 16 69jS2 60 17 0lx 00 45 00 6S 25 87 SO, 90 00
S. 15 6l8 6886 68 38 00'46 08 60 00 82 6oi75 60 100 60
Q Oae rcaare, renewable weekly, per aanaB, $0 00
" " " twice a week, SO 00
Z3 Two sxr, reaewablo weekly, per annaes, 60 68
" " ' twice a week, " 81 68
X3T AH adrertbeaMBts repaired to be kept on secoad
page, ciuMES as kew each oat, and on third pace,
an adrweever stated rate .
X3T AdrerttseBMOU directed to be displayed, or S4 in
X3T Tearly adTerlisers wi I be charged extra for oocx-
ryS spate over eoMraet, and when labse ttpe is re-
atred to b ased, or tbe adeertlsesest kept en taeide of
V3 Tearlr adrertieers will be cfcarged extra at regalar
rales for fTaats, Bes's, Bsasorals. CopartBonaip Xo
tiees. To Goaeiffnees, hx.
X3T tkansiekt Adtestuixs mcst Br paid 10 r
Jj- Xo advortiseaaeat wBJ appear in the Weet ly paper
Gses by seec'al contract.
X3T AdTertheraenU to be in ertod is the "VTeellr paper
oaly, or at irrognlar laterrals la ejaber of tbe papers, will
be charred $1 per f qatre for every iatertioB.
X3T Anaoaacins candWasas for SUteoCoanty and STc
nlctpal oaoes, $5 each, te be paid in advance in every
52"" AH advertiferaests for Cbaritabio Iastitntions.
Fire Osapsniei, Vsrd, Town, aad otber Fahlic ileetings,
to be charged half price.
V3T Marriages and Deaths an pobflahed as aews ; bat
ObHeariee, Trlbates of Bespect aad Foaoral lavitations
as other advertisesneats.
S3 AH Legal aad TrilMiifit AdvesttaemeBU will be
ehareed br Use iasertioa.
X3 BaMortal Xotices in Local Cataaaa ffl be charged
jo ohms per nste.
E3 2o dedactiea or TariatloB trO be aad from the
KcCLAVAHAK. HUTTON' &. CO.
JL. o. rives,
ATTORKKT AXD OOUN8BLOK AT LW, Memphis,
Tobb. Oflci in the Post Ottce BaOdiag.
AH basmetsentrasted to his care wfll jpeceive prompt
aad faMWat atteatkn. Oil lections pnaaaatty aadc in me
inrr&aadtog eoenties of West Te&seHee, Miesiscippi and
J. A. ANDERSON,
ATJORXET AT LAW, Memphis. Teno. OQee in
Walker's Building, ev:r Mansdid's Brag Store,
Mate street. Jaal6-ly
BENJAMIN IIOTFCOTT, Dentist.
HATIX6 piepored myself well to practice
Dentistry in Memphis I respectfully solicit
ithe patronage of all who may aeed mr ser-
' vices in tbe Dental line, and bind mytelt to
perform an operations oa tbe Teeth, aad insert ArtlOeial
Teeth in tbe most approved style as well as it can be
dear in tUar aay other coantry-
OCce oa Main street, opposite Worshaai Hoase.
So Wo AC2LCC 51 . ACILC
G. TV. & H. M. AGREE,
saAiuiia. tmce enwn kock, ueeri
stret, between Mais and Front Bow,
All Dtfntal Operalisas performed with
the least poselbie pain. Diseases of tbe Alveolar Process
and Gams treated la tbe most ekillfal naaaer. Fail or
rarttal Sets of Teeth set on Gotta Fercha or Gotd, witb
the latest improvements, and gtjaraktied.
TH. SAMUKL GILBERT, Sn., has retaraed to his oid
XJ bomested near Memphl), and reopead Lis Inflrra
ary, and wBt remain permsBeatly. He treats tbe follow,
lag Obmmsc Diseases; Cancers, ScroffnU, Whi e Swetlio?,
Tamers and W ns. witboat Sarsical operatioiis. He alec
treats aH Chraaic aVraale diseases, S res ef loag staadtog.
Tetter, BheemaUaai, Syphilis, and ail toims of Mercurial
Dr. G. dicau it iumeceary to say more, as be has liv
lag wttaesies of bis saccess from Maine le Oregon,
.ED. A. BEECHEB.
TVICKERSHA3I & BEECHER,
ATKORXETS AT LAW, Memphis, Teaeeseee. Omce,
. Xo. 2i JoBVrsoa street. Jaal-tf
SMITH P. RANKS! E AD ,
ATTORXET AT LAW, Memphis, Teas. OOJoe in the
Post Omee Block, ever Aydiett & Co., third story.
Dr. R.I,. LASK.I,
LATE SUZPhystotaa aad Director of several Hospitals
in Gfmaay, mesabor of drOerent Medical Societies
la Xow Tork has located la the city of Memphis, aad of
fers bis services to tbe pabUc as Fhyiiciin, Aocoaober,
aad tar aD operations la Sergery.
X3T OSee en Wathiagton street, between Mala and
. T. JUCHARDSOS..W. W. WHEATLET..M. A HIOGS.
Richardson, Wlicatlcy & Hig;s,
ArTOP.KKTS AT LAW O ace on the corner of Second
. aad Court streets, Memphis, Tcnn. ocll-ly
R. C. DROWN,
ATTORXET AT LAW, Marion, Ark , practices In
. rbitHf, Crittenden, Mississippi. Green, Randolph,
Lawrence, Independence, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Francis
asd Matiro Counties, in Arkansas. oci7-dm
DR. THOS. KELLER,
LATE of Tascambia .Alabama, has located permanent
ly la Memph'-, ad offers his services to tbe public
la aH tbe branches of hi profeastoa He bas taken the
See heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
and Untoa streets. Htvins recently made a carets! and
gsaeral aeieeUon of Sarfieal lastruraeBts, he is prepared
for aH the operations of Surgery. Residence oa Shelby
street, between HJiag and T relevant streets.
HASKELL Si SEARCY,
ATTORXBr AT LAW, Memphis, Teeaessce. Wm. T.
Basked aad Robert Searcy have associated Uaea
seives togsabe7 th r"Hw -r Laic osa.i. In it.
Walker neeV. novie-dtm
AT20&XKT AT LAW, Covington, Teas. Alt basinet n
. entrusted to bis care will receive prompt attentica.
ATTORXET AT LAW, Memphis, Teas., win practice
in aH tbe Courts of Memphis aad the Western Dis
trict of Tesaessee.
X3T Oace south of Court Square, adjoining that of the
OhanearyOoart Clerk. Brl2-ly
JOHN A. NOOE,
ATTORXET AT LAW. OSce in the Post OSoe BalM
. lug, Memphis, Tenn. nsv21-tf
EGRERT H. OSBORNE
YX7TLL practice Law In the Courts of Hardeman, F.y
V V ette, Tipton and Shelby, also in McXairy and Har
dlr counties, and in the Supreme Court at Jackson. All
business entrusted to him -rfc. receive ptompt and faith
ful attention. Hi' Jfbce is in the Obaacery Oleik's office,
BoHvar, Harseman county, Tenn. nov33
JOHN P. FARRELLY,
ATTORXET AXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
. Teas. Office corner of Main and Jefferson streets,
over Lehman & Co.'s.
Refer to Hons. Henry Pirtle, W. F. Bollock aad Messrs.
A. L. SbOtwHl it Son, Louisville, Ky.; Hon. James Pryer,
OarroaKen, Ky-5 McGregor, Alloway K Co., and Mees
Greeswoed, Xew Orleans; E. M. Apperson & Oa., Mem
q. C. GRASTY,
ATTORXET AT LAW. and Coramisstoser for the
. States of Virginia, AlabJtai, Mlssieslppi' aad Ten
nessee LOUISVILLE, EX., wtil promptly attend to bus
iness entrusted to his care, and enforce the collection of
claims In this and the adjoining States.
BEFErXKCES Eon. Jacob Thompson, Oxford, Miss.;
Hon. J. J. McRat, Governor ef Mississippi, Jaeksen;
Hon. n. S. Bennett, Washington City; Cel. B. F. Dffl,
Mtraphls, Tens.; Beat &. Duval, Tucker, Eransan & Co.,
Bankers, Geo. Blancfaa-d, Hughes ts. Hutchinson, Losls
J3-03ee, 0arlrt HaJl BniKings," Filth streit,
bet weea Market and Jefferson. Jan2S
D. L. nEBXeX....".. 1- B. ARMSTR050.
HERRON 1 ARMSTRONG,
ATTORXETS AT LA'S', CoCeeville, Talobusha county,
Mississippi. Will practice in the ooanties of Talebu
tha, TalUhitthle, Lafayette, Panola, Carroll, Okootaw,
Chickasaw, and Calhoun. Also, in the United States
Cettrt at ?eatetoc. Vice Chancery Court at CarreBton,
andHtgh Oourt of Errors aad Apprals at Jackson.
XzwJ)BI.EAK MeRae, OoSman i Co., .FaalTulane
& Co., IBBebaaan, Carroll & Co., J. Born&ide h. Co.,
Friersoo, Fowler fc Co.
Memphis Count, Hill h. Talmadge, Ferguson &
KeLUTLownss, OifLU & Co., G. D. Johnson, B. F-Tlttl,
Appeal 'OfUco. Jan30-lT
M W & & :
Vt are bow recetvtac aad oponla: oar
Fall and Winter
"lONSISrtN'G uT every Tariety at Staple aad Fancy Dry
vy ixxm uaaitr kept la t&i martet. sapercae Black
aadBloe Ctetiu, Cmiiaeres, DoeakiM, Cleata, llantlllo.
Moire Aatiqae, T.lret Shawls, te latett style; Ladies'
Dtfm G4s, or a saaerier qsality ; Crape Saawla, a
larce tat of Biaokets. Ke?ro Ootb, Brogaas, llcady Made
Qotbinr. Boote b4 Sboes, Hats, and a Tariety of article,
too BBBKroae to bmoUob.
All I ak is, "Oobm oae, oome all," sad examine Ely
stock, before makiac. yosr parchases. I boacht sn tbe
very best terms, and am determined that aone skill cn
derseD, me. 1 sbaU adopt the Cask System, empt to
paBctBaldoaters. A. 0. BLAIR,
Ko. 277 ilaia street,
ottl-dtwaw6m Oid Stand o! FerEtuoo &. Ketll.
TT. J. rrs, Oxford, Hiss s. 31. weed, Memphis.
Wo J. WEBB & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
CORSZJt ifai.VA.VD DA70.V STREETS,
TTILL keep in store a foil and complete stock of Family
Groceries, a wo win sen them as low as we can affod
J. B. SHAEPE,
.10. 30 Muaum-K., eaatcn jtToni jwk aaa Jiein,
"TTTOCLD respectfojly laforai the narreaaBts ef item
V V pbto aorrooaiwo: OttMnly, that b hM Jast rfc.
taraea from tbe cities 01 Yiratnu, sere be eesaMiscea
a permaaeBt Agency r r trie sale of all grade of rlra'n
ia Tobacco, and intends to ke-p contantly oa banlr
stock eqaal to the demand, at maanfactcrers' prices.
Being tally able to compete with the Xew Tori, Baitl
moR, Cincinnati and Xew Orleans market., helnvltet
the attention of alt dealers ie the above article ta hit
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ec2I-d&w tr J B. SJIAEPK
A. r. M'CAVE.
.r. s. vriLUAin.
McCAlfE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to "VYhent 4; Taylor,)
FORWARMKCr AND COMMISSION
Davall's Bluffs, Arkansas,
At the cretins of the MrnpMi cni Littie Roek Rati-
ra en frmie Jiivtr.
THETkeer ron,(ant!y on hand Sarar, Coffee, Salt,
Floor. Molasses, and all otber articles nsnally kept
Ik a Grocery, which they wUl sell low for cash or ex
change for H'des, Furs and Peltries, or auy other articles
brought to the market.
3- Goods (Wined for Lltlle Knck or th adjacent
counties, shipped to DnvaU's Bluffs wiU be forwarded
Immediately, as there are always wagons and teams in
readiness to haul to any point.
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GEXERAL C03DIISSI0X 3IERCIIAXTS
Cotton and Grain factors.
h. oTbrever & CO.,
V Mvnvitj teta Mtew Kvansvtlte'in a perilous
f' Be,., Is elected President of the
xttBEof sseoari, at St. Loals.
Intensely Cold Great .Snfferln
Jf Tore, Jan. 19. The woatbor is awfat cold and
. great esiBcriBg amoag all classes. The railroad
Ql mwnrnremmTU il in OireCllOnS
The streets la all
-iiern eatles are almost
isipiftiWe on accoaot of
- tra .tt,w person, crossed
iilerday. Af terwards Me narrowly escapeddrowB
Jtbe breaHagef the ice.
Expreos tram oa tbe Xew Tork and Erie road ran
itraokaod was thrown Tnto tbe Delaware. One
iot through th- ice, by which oae person was iffied,
t fatally iafared aad several others seriuuHy hart.
i"??"3"; The steamer Cilur it.,i I
C I SSOCS, of hU own auk-, also of otber
V rK' mana'acaarrrs. lie serp, a:w, urLHcr,
".Sole and Upper, Calf Skins. French and
American Shoe Findings, Tranks, Carpet Bags and Va
lises, all of whteh bo wi 1 sell as cheap as any In this
market. Give buna call before purchasing elsewhere.
MAXCFACTCBKRS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
aag 12 J1ESIPHIS, JTESiX.
Walker & Brothers,
3IAXCFACTCRERS Of CLOTHING,
AMD DEALERS IX
tiy tioous, ISoois Sliocs,
A iaolosaJo jviacl ZFrLotn iT ,
TSo. 79 Pront Eow.
WE have just received one hundred cases of
Clothinc, exprefaly manufactured for this mar
ket, and are opening tbe best selected stocks of
'all kinds of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, ever
brought here, which we after at the lowest possible prices,
beinq enabled to compete with any house through the
facilities of our hoase in Philadelphia.
We would especially Invite tee attention of country
merchanls, knowiLg that wt sn aad will suit all 2d
very -re. c'l ar see. aaglS-'-
SCHNEIDER & GLASSICK,
ftiiyiarl,niflrlfq'r(i .IlpiS t oX3 ,
Jefferson Street, opprtite Commercial Hotel,
. AMIUIO, 11.1.1,
IT WE ask the patronage of citizens and
.-; y those visltinc Memnhls. We warrant all
of our work, and our hmg experience In
the bnsiness will enable us to make or re
pair Guns and other Fire-arms in a superior and work
manlike manner. augl-dawCm
S. rEASSIOLI F. n. WILLIA1II0S.
FRAXSIOLI & WILLIAMSOX,
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia
rrench and German Vases,
SILVEE, SILVER PLATED,
GERMAN SILVER & BRITAMA WARE,
FINE TABDE CUTLERY, fcc., Sic
1SS Main Street, Memphis.
ALSO, Looking Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Tea
Trays, Parlor Lamps, Chandaliers, Glrondeies, etc,
etc., etc julyl7
G. B. liOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
HE Alt ESTATE BROKER,
83 MAIX STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
Property, Xegrees, Merchandise, of every description,
FurnHare, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and
Leasing Property, he.
Storage aad Consignments solicited.
Having engaged tbe services of Mr. J. Jf . Caldwell,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, late of Ilnntsville, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to coaslgnraents and
sales of every description. Liberal Cash Adtaxccs
MADE OX COXSIONMEKTS.
-Storage and constgusrnts sol lotted.
P. S- I am Agent for The Adams Express Csmpaay.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
ifsin rfrerf, next door to Oid TeOoTsx' Hall,
rURE DRUGS AND 3IEDICIXES,
CHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
JCJ Every article sold by us warranted ts represented,
suhiect to be returned atour expense jalrS-Iy
" LAW NOTICE.
TT VOLLIXTIHB, Bso,., has removed his Law Office
XA over tee store an uommisston lioose 01 rewires.
Mount 2c Oo., en Jefferson street, between the Post OtOce
and Main street. rpel3-tf
D M. DUBOSE,
A TTORXET AT t.aw, Memphis, Tenn. Opce en east
O. side of Main street, between Jefierson aad Adams.
Refer to F. Tttas, MeEwcn, Harris k MaXelH. J. D.
WWams. W. B. MWer and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
Moon, Titos & Oa., Xew Orleans. janU-tf
TDST received, MObhtf. Smith's ruperier Plttsburgbi
tl Ale. It. 11. POTTER,
.'dtol9 Mala-st, 3Woar Xorlh Wort ham House.
JAMES T. TATLOR-o. .......W. B. BOSS.
TAYLOR & ROSS,
GENERAL C03HIISSI0X 31ERCHAXTS
IV'o. C Monroe Strest, Menipliis,
WILL make liberal c ish advances cn all comtjnmtDta
of Frodoce orMtrohasdise.
Jiejcrcjicet Hendersoa, Terry & Co., 8. O. Xelson &
Co., New Orleans ; Sp?d & Strange, . If. Apperson &
vo., Jtempnis. noIt-3m
PATTEBSOH", MAHSHAUu & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
Re. 40 Front Rorr, Memphis, Ttan.
OUR charges for selling Cotton 00 arrtral are Fifty
Omts per Bale ; for storing and Mlling Serenty-Flre
uents. All uotton insured unless otherwise Instructed,
J. S. IMlTn...J. B.MEACnAH... trHITXrlZLP.
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
W liolcsalc Gro ccrs,
Forwarding & Commission Jlerchants,
(Mttby fy Bunt's JS'rt Dttildingt,)
No. IS Front Row, Memphis,
HAVE now on hand a fine assortment of Bagging and
Bopeot the best brands, together with a complete
and well selected stock of the various articles usually
kept In our easiness, to which wo invito the attention of
Agents for the sale of "Pike's celebrated JftsnclU
Whisky," and Jones, Lloyd & Ce.'s Southern Manufac
tured Nails. SMITH, MEACHAM &. CO.
J. P. HILL..
.-7. T. HATLET.
HILL & HAYLEY,
23"o. GS jE'roxa-t How,
OVER D. II. TOWXSEXD'S,
FOR SeHini, CO cents per hale. For Storing and Sell
ing, 75 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
stored by us will be covered by Insuraace, unless other-
wi instruct ea.
3" Bagging, Dope and Plantatlsn Supplies furnished
10 customers. seplo-dawSm
A. A. SMITKW1CE..
.J. a. tVRAT.
.A. W. SMITH.
SMITHTVICK, TVRAY & CO.,
Xo. 3 2Iaditon-tt., betel ten Front Rom and Ucln-tt.,
Up Stain, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
STRICT attention given to Selling hd Storing Cotton
and Produce consigned to ns.
X. B. Orders for Bagging. Rot and Plantation Srra-
piies nuea witn care ana dispatch, charges for Selling
ana a ions, cotton, mty cents per bale. aag21-m
A. HI. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Succcutrt t o Powell $ Co., I
COilEfOSSEOIV MERCn ANTS,
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sepl7-ly XEW 0RLEAX3, LA.
s. o. iielios n. c. walser t. a. seuoh.
WALKER, NELSON & CO.,
SPECIAL attention given to the sale of C0TT0X la
Memphis, or shipments to our Xew Orleans house,
3. O. XELSOX &. CO.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments to either
S. WILDS TEMOS, I
D. C. WILLIAMS, (
W. A. BRTAS,
St. H. Sit TAX,
Late of Panola. Min i
Late of Laurange, Term.
I ' '
S3T3RIOJ?, BETM & CO.
otton Factors, Commission and
. AI rnrrcnrrliiiir
6 Front Row, over Meachara k Galbralth's,
CHI'tARTICITLAR attention naid to Storlnz. Shlnolnc and
Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per bale.
3 All cotton sent to us will bo coveted 2 insurance,
MeVless otherwise Instructed. aug22
A". IS. J UlCiTI tZA A3
tfuk COMMISSION MERCHANT,
BankoL . , , , , n-.-rr-
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Ropo always on hand.
E. M. ArrERI0X....C. DELOACII....OATID ADASII.
E. M. APPERSON & CO.,
COTTOW 3T- C TORS ,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AXD DEALERS IN
Bagging, Rope, Groceries, &c,
No. Co Front Bow, and G Jefferson Street,
Particular attention paid to btorUig, selling and
shipping Cotton. aug3-dawEm
FELIX WALKER, X. C. IXIDEH,.
Xew Orleans, La. Coffee vllle. Miss.
WALKER & SNIDER,
Cotton J? act or s
No. 123 Canal Street,
JalTlB-dawly XEW 0RLEAX3, LA.
C. M. HORTOX, R. C. IIOBTOX,
Late norton 2c Hunter. Late of MonthaUa, Miss.
C. M. HORTOX & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
Xo. ZMaditon-St.fOpposite I. B. Kir Hand's QJfice,
TTTX will continue as heretofore, giving special atten
II tion to the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at flf ty cents
per bals, and to the selection and purchase of any article
in market. Ofica removed from Xo. 3 Front Row to Xo.
3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank. aug20
R. A. MOOX,.......R. T. FATTIS0X.
TITUS & CO.,
Bank Building, JeJ "erson Street,
OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL HOTEL.
LIBERAL Cash Advances made on Cotton in store or
for shipment to Measrs. Moon, Titcs h. Co., Xew Or
leans. Orders for PlaatafRa Sopsri. CMlwl M. vhoiM.1 w.
Chares as heretofore, legitimate no pesrrsltltea.
S. M. GATES.
.A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON .FACTORS, GROCERS,
Produce and Gessral Commission
Xo. 3 Union Street, letween Main and Trent Rote,
AFTER an active application to builness, for over
. eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage of our friends In the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of our ability to please such as may
confide their business to our charge. Our stock of Bag
ging, Rope and General Supplies will not be excelled In
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only bo
made on consignments In store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Produce, In store, will only be effected upon actual
lnstructlsns, or whsa under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured while In
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise instructed on
the face of bills lading.
To all our friends who have so liberally patronised us
during years past, we shall offer the same Inducements aa
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
Janl3-dawlr GATES WOOD.
WARD LAW IIO WARD WM. T. HO WARE.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
TTvEALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo
J lasses. Rice, Flour. Lard, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock cow oa hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
3"-Cash advances made on Cottons in store for sals or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to ns by water ; also, the risk ef Fire while In
atore, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
and sillier Cottons, the sams as we have charged for
rars past cVttr cents ser bale. lutySO
.J. M. REID
B. REID & BRO.,
XO. XS FRONT ROW. MEMPHIS, TEXX.
ALL Cotton sent to our address Insured, unless Instruc
tions to the contrary are received. Plantation
otdors rUledSdrk ears. Store and Sell Coftsn at 11 My
eoTiperSlS, i ' t-tniyl7
CUDDY, BE0WN & GO.,
35 CAMP STREET, XEW ORLEANS.
ftASH advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
dec30-daw3m XO. SB0XT KOW
T. J. DAVIEJOrf...... J. B. ZLXiIt.......A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
Xo. 21S Jfain Sfrtrf, Eatt ride bttueen Jtfferstn and
Mams, Aimp-itr, j oin.
Tj OPE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
AV hand. junwuawn
J. M. PATRICK. & CO.,
AO. 18 FROST ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXX.,
WILL give strict attention to all Cotton soot us for sale
In this market, or shipment.
Cotton consigned to us win be Insured against the dan
gers of River Xavlration and Fire while In store, unl.sx
otherwise instructed. Orders for Bagging, Rope and
Supplies win meet our promptattentlon.
augi3-uawem J. a. rATKicK. & co
T r. ATDLETT.
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
NO. f5 GRAVIER-ST., SEW ORLEAKS
XO. 23 FR0XT ROW, MEMPHIS,
TTTILL make caih advances on all G-tton or other Pro-
V V duce shipped to T. P. Aydiett & Co., Xew Ori'aas
Xo. 5 Monroe Street, bet. Front Row &Main,
"PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
X Cotton and other i'reauce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices. octSSu
B. A. FAEEEIt.
JAJIES ELDER C. R. DATIX.
PARKER, ELDER & DAVIS,
NO. 6 HOWARD'S ROW,
KEEP constantly oc hand Bagging, Rope and Planta
tion Supplies generally.
llESlpnu, July 1, ISM.
From and after this dale the stylo of our Arm will bo as
above. R. A. PARKER & CO.
Formerly of Somervlllc.
0EE & OWEJf,
Xe. 273 "West aide Main St., 3 doors South of
WILL give prompt attention to the sale, storage and
Diriment of Cotton and all other products of the
country shipped to them, and will attend to the Receiv
ing and Forwarding of Goods, ac, fee jy lz-trn.
J. JL ferse
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
Mosby & Hunt's New Block.
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
WILL pay particular attention to filling orders tot
. Groceries, Eagglng and Rope, &e.
j. c. CKiFTixa J. b. amrrixa.
J. C. GRIFFING & BKO.j
Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
E will furnish supplies to our friends as heretofore,
and cuke advances on shipments to our frit nit in
Orloanffl TSPiyrm .
T. S. TnFOBALD..J. C. OBIFFIXO
Frankfort, Ky. Memphis, Tenn.
Z. S. THEOBALD.
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
XO. 71 CAMP STREET,
lulytArdawtf XEW ORLEANS. LA.
CABRIXOTOH MASOX,................L. C NOHTELL
Holly Springs, Miss. Ripiy, Miss.
MASON & N0RVELL,
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
C0XSTAXTLT on hand, Bagging, Rope and Plantation
c. II. VrniTMORE.
XO. i BAXKAVEXVE.
DEAR SIR : We take thli method of Informing you
that we have associated ourselves together for the
purpose of doing a Cotton Factorage business. We have
a largo Brick Shed for the Storlr g of Cotton and other
Produce shipped t o our care. AU Cotton sent to our care
will be covered by sn open Policy of insurance, units s
otherwise instructed. Anything you may do far us will
bo duly appreciated, and should you favor ua with your
v. tron.fr, w riar r-m4.vid4 ul vQltaxl .a.rtl.ua
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 of serving you.
Constantly on hand, a good supply of Bagging, Hope
and Twine. Very respectfully.
Tour oh Hlient servants,
TOWXSEXD k. WHITMORE.
. MEJirnis. July 11. 1S5 JuIyK-dawSm
I . L. BEASLEY.
BEASLEY & LOYING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Or oner al Grooorsj
XO. 12 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on hand.
Charges fifty cents per bale, all otber Produco at
usual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ocd prompt
rmltance. All P.cduca Insured, unless otherwise In
structed. augM dawly
STEBLIXO FOWLKES SAMUEL C. MO EXT.
THOS. JZFrZBJOX FOWLXES.
FOWLKES, MOUNT & CO.,
Post Office Building, Jefferson-St.,
STORE COTTON in Fire-Proof Warehouse. Insurance
25 per cent, less than any house in the city.
3 Cotton in store placed underinsurance, unless In
structed to the contrary.
3" Cotton consigned to us on good steam, kesl and
flatboau covered by our Open Policy of Insurance, unless
otherwise expressed In face of Bill Lading.
t3 Orders for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies
solicited from our patrons. Jnly2-daw7m
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS. TENN.
octal ' r
10O Barrels Flour,
VARIOUS brands, from the best Extra to Superfine,
fsrsaleby . B.MERRILL,
ociA Mln stKbt.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
1 OA SACKS f or salo by '
1U , B. MERRILL,
CIM - Xo. Monro lUset.
folds, t$tmiTKni$, r.
THE subscriber havlnzopened the above men,
tloncd Home, on the West side of Sheibv street.
between Gayoso and Union, Is now prepared to
receive all who may favor him witn tneir pat-
ivuaKc. ins noose is situated convenient to the steam
boat landing, and contiguous to the business portion of
iuc cur, anu passengers wishing to take the Railroads
can take the omnibuses from the door. Too Heuse is
entirely new, and has been newly furaished from top to
u .uncus a suare oi me pumie patronage.
des!8-3m a. W. MASOX.
Corner of Main and Adams street,
THIS Ho,usa Is situated in the centre of business, and
1 s no w finished and in complete order. The Proprietor
pledgea himself it shall not be surpassed by aay House In
uio miii i writ.
Being gratiiful for the verv liberal natranar. beirvM
ou una lor me lait two years, ho hopes ty a street atten-
iiwu i. ouiiness to merit a continuance of theaame.
J. J. WORSIIAM, Proprietor.
CORXER FROXT BOW AXD JEFFBRSOX 3TS.
rpniS establishment has Just undergone thorough re-
JL pairs In everr department. Ttmm. nmi. mi.-w
and papered; bedding thoroughly renovated; there is net
a iiumcii mil is namew or Mini tA new: rmt.
mostly new, tc inona word the hoase Is new In de
cidedly better Orferthan It has ever been lir.ltni
built. Very grateful for the liberal Datronare ih
House since I hare occunled It. and h.vini. runrr
leases, one on the House, the other upon my age, I hope
. . . . attention man Heretofore. J arr
ucicnuiuca 10 max my guests comfortable
rc7- D. COCERELL, Proprietor
WORSnAM IIOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IX
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie Wor
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits In thlr own Juice. Jellies.
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, j-icaies, voruiais, syrups, ano wines, Brandies, au
kinds Xcts, &c.
. et G T C s-w la connection with this estab-
dVj; e'ianmenii nave ntted up an Oyster
SJ rSsIoon, and will rtcelve FRESH
oraiuii3Dy every packet.
novlWly 3. P. BRICHETTO.
By V. BACIGAI.TJPO,
Corner Washlngton-St. and Froat Eow.
RECEIVES FRESH SHELL
" f OTSTERS by every picket, and Is
y4uow rcaay to wait upon all who
wm give nim a cui, ta the very
E3 Families supplied at all hours.
3" Satisfaction given, or no sale.
By B. 'A. Taccaro.
au fcranmj iia-
'cvana Cigars, ac,
direct from Custom
ITouse, Xew Orleans. Oysters, Refreshments, and all
other Luxuries, day and night. octl7-3m
THE Proprietor would in
form the public that ho has.
opened for the season, and fitted up in the
.best style, and is now prepared to accom
modate the traveling public equal to any Restaursnl In
the city. Having had considerable experience in catering
to the public, he hopes to receive a liberal patronage.
Every attention paid to mr patrons and the r.rMle
Wild Game, Oysters, Lobsters. Sardines, always or
hand; the best the market affords. Call atXo. SOJtf.
f erson street, North side, next door to Main street.
J. BOG G IAN O
P. S. Meals at all hours. auglS
OUISTILLE JAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
SEWS ASD BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AXD DEALERS IX
PAPERS OP ALL KINDS,
477 -Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
M. HARVEY R. B. IIARVET.
C. M. HARYEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
XO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., XEW ORLEANS.
HL OUR personal attention
T will be given to the Sale or
J i ' . V IT I : n f -
ST'Produce cossintd to out
iSS address. We will contract Freight on the
abote ler re-shipcitnt either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience In our market
In the purchssiog of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
Refer to Cook & Co., J. C. dicing & Bro , Speed
Strange, Hannah & Shanks. declS-ly
J. Iff. HIcFADDHV & CO.,
(LATE TRIPLE TT, Il'FADDIX & CO.,)
No. 28 Leree, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour,
Grain, &c, solicited and promptly executed.
FITZGERALD. ..CHAS. C. BILL.. J. WOODWOBXH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Successors to Park, Simpson $ Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Pront Row, Memphis,
THE firm heretofore existing under the style of CAPPS
& MILLS was absolved on the 10th Instant, by mu
tual consent. B. H. CAPPS,
J. C. MILLS.
J. 0. MILLS will continue the business at the old
land, Xo. 18 Madl;on street. I take pleasure In recom
mending J. C. Mills to my friends and the public as a
gentleman every way worthy of their confldnce and pat
ronage. B. H. CAPP8.
Cotton Brokers' Marking Ink.
X article essentially aiaerent from wnai nas Deen som
heretofore In this market, warranted cot to wash
S. MAXSFIELD & CO.
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENCY.
TTtROM and after tbe first of January, IS57, the under
signed offers his services to the Merchants, Mechan
ics and Professional Men of Memphis, as a Collector of
Xotea and Accounts.
AU Papers placed In my hand wl'l be secured by re
ceipt and endorsement.
Arrangements made with business houses by the year;
for a stipulated per nt
Letters addressed to me through the Post Office, or left
my office, xortnwest cornt r of iiatn and Adam streets,
up stairs, will receive prompt attention.
deCII-331 J. ilAUSUALL. V. UUUli Ai'.U.
D. PANTE & CO.,
ard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
r I iiir. tuques t maraei prices na,a ior rou&a ana renucrvu
J Sallow, Lard and Soap Grease. novi-ly
AVIKGJast returned from a bnsiness tour Xorth,
with all the facilities for taking fine, durable
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, &c,
am now ready In person to serve my friends and the
public generally In my lice, on tbe most reasonable terms.
I nave no csw langiea patents and clap-trap processes
offer the public. Mr establishment has to standee
fall amid an the blatonry of its neighbors, upon its own
CnEWING AND S3I0KING TOBACCO,
At Jxianuiacturers Prices.
AMOXG which may be found
Wm Ctompton's celebrated brands, Lynchburg;
nesderson and Holcombe brands, "
Dr. James Saundsra' " Harry of th West, &c "
J; ora-s aaai licc, etc.,
J. Wade's brands. "
Jas. Thomas, Jr.'s Crescent City Paragon, Richmond;
uosoy a. n wircc's oiar oi iticnm'a iTWo of Ta. "
A. Dill's Fig, Mayflower, lit. "
Coleman Wertham's " C. W. Iris, " "
nardgrovea "Indispensable, &c.,
O. M. Cosby, (C. M. Cosby brand! Danvfflet
Withers ts. Ayres' Toung America, "
W. T. Southerllns' braad, "
R. P. Richardson " Old Caswell, ReedvIHe, X. C.
With a great variety of common brands too numerous
to mention, all of which will be sold at IXVOICE PRI
CES, to close consignments.
Every article warranted fresh and genuine, and direct
from the factory.
J. B. SHARPS, Wholesale Tobacco Factor,
dec8-lwdaw3m Xo. 55 Madison street.
Refined Sheet and Shred Isinglass,
FOR BLAXC MAXGE, TABLE JELLIES, he. A
prime article for Conf eel loners, Hstels, and Family
nse. To b ebtalned, with dLjeeHoss for using, t tie
principal Grocers and Druggists thrqnshont the Unlitd
StaU.. FE'TEil COOPER,
iT-ia Xew York.
"r Ve -cri
(Successor to imiiomson f Hancock,)
FINE WINES, 3EANDIES
Havana Ci&ars &c.
19 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Eeceived this Dav.
tPljMkegsXo. I Leaf Lard;
-o tierces Sugar-Cured Hams :
SO kegs Shot, assorted sixes;
100 fcSM Wfclikv
All Of which we will .M eha.n fo ...i. . ar. j.
. .wu. ww, jtcmpuis.
vn -a . .
S. 3. WILLIAMSOX.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & ELAIR,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
1 rrf) PIECES Bsgglng, hand and power-
AeJeJU Brands; ItfOceUs Rope, best brands;
AA hUi 1 1 n r. '
00 sacks Coffee; 60 hhds Bacon;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra quality;
600 bbls best brand Boston XaUs ;
100 bbls. and half bhls MackersI;
0 kits Mackerel Xo. I ;
CO bbls. Ciushed Sugar; 25 boxes best Loaf Sugar
10C0 sacks Salt; 50 bbls. Molasses; to half this do;
100 be.t brand Flour;
103 bbls bt Dtxter aad Dvaa irhUkr I
101 reams Wrarmlnr Pin.;
Anda general assortment of orlme Brandkea nJ inn.
also. Teas, Pepper, Spice Ginger, Soda, Shot, Lead, aad
al! articles kept In our line ef business, which we will
sen on tbe very bt terms to our customers and the
WX. t-,0,t ""'Trf "U day. nd oSer for sale, law,
10,000 yards Kentucky Jeans and Llndsey, f sr Xe
kiu vKHumg, ox various colors and prices;
200 doxen Oid Brandy, bottled In 1817 ;
ISO boxes and half boxes Star Candles.
DAVJOS0X, ELLIS & HT-rg,
Xo. 19 Main street.
THE subscribers keep on hand the f Slewing articles,
which they warrant to be of first aualttv. aad far
" neat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver & Co.'s Improved Oettoa Gins;
Wagons, Xorthern and Southern raaaufactcrs:
Bacon, bog-round ;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot ard Lead;
Brandies and Wines, supsi'or article ;
line. Cement and Plaster "sris:
Together with a general assorts ent of all articles usu
ally kept m a Grocery store.
GWTXXE & GIBSOX,
Jnly7 Xos. 1 aad 2 Exchange Building.
fXrOULD announce to the ladies of Memphis and the
T r aojotumg country, mat she is prepared to
Cut and Make Dresses
after the new Invented style, aad at the shortest notice.
She Is prepared with Models and Book Instruction
to CUT DR ESSES, and all kinds of Ladies' wearing appa
ral, after the newly invented Patterns of MRS. J. C
GEORGE, of Buffalo, Xew York.
Mrs. Susan Land professes to teach or Impart the art
of Cutting to any person In a few hours, so that they cai
measure toemseires orotners, ana make beautiful fits.
Her residence la on the corner of Mala aad Union streets,
up stairs, in the third-story. sep27-6m
jvje Jf9 a o oi$:
EMPORIUM OP PASHION,
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
aim Mantilla Establisiiment,
99 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
WE are now receiving and opening one of
the largest and most magnificent stocks of
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Good..
bv.r bronchi to thU oily. Also, a very select assort,
ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new. Silks. Cash
meres, Marecos, DeLaines, and a large variety of all
styles for Street. Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aartlcular attention ts our Millinery Depart
ment, consisting of Chenille, Moss and Uncut Velvet,
Satin. Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets; Flow
ers, Feith-rs, R.bboni, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5,000
worth of fine i Tench Kmoroiuerles, Ileal Thread, Maltese
and G Impure Laces; all stiles of
Emliroidercd, Yelvet and Cloth
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, nead.
Dresses, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, Eld Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress.
, &C, He
X. B. Embroidering and Stamping done. Cloaks anf
Dresses made to order In a few hours at cheapest prices
Ladies, please call before purchastBg i Isewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl X. STII IJLAX it CO.
F0RMERLT of the firm of Mooney &
Green, would respectfully say to his ekl'
friends and customers that he is still at
the old stand, with a good supply of Fruit
trees, consisting of
Also, R-spberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens. Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attenaea to, anu au plants guaramieuio oruer ana ae
llrered any pait of the city, free of charge.
Xcrsery on Main street, south Jterapals.
ectW-d6m Receiver of Moeney & Green.
HORTICULTURISTS ANU PLANTERS.
-jy Si. uLiia ixjprctiuiiy reminu me citizens
rS& ' Memphis and smrcnndlng country that
rumental Irees la fast approaching. Great
additions have been made In every drtcrt-
ovui, more particularly amorg Fruits. A more select
and varied collection has never been ottered for sail In
tbe Southwest, consisting in part of orer one hundred
Catawba. lnMi.,'Oiu, wrn.T.a'-cuiomit.
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; EcgUsh Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
recans, voesnuis,etc, etc.
Green-bouse plants, Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen or every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Marnolia Grand Flora.
In addition to the above, I am now recelvicr a large lot
cf Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence of having to
move most of my stock on hand, I win sell It very low.
Purchasers may rely on everything belcg what It Is
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden and Xursery, near the
Railroad Debot, or addrets jug
ocii-aom 3. at. wusjiu.i.
P. 3. During my absence from the city, all orders win
meet with prompt attention If left at the store of J.
wiwberger. s. M. w.
ETCKAVARISE & BRO.,
SITUATED in Fort Pickering, on the
Horn Lake Road, have on hand a cue as
sortment of SHRUBOERT, in every de
partment, constating in part of
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, Nectarines, &c.
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asiarasus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punc
tually attended to, and all Plants guarantied to ordr
and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens la town
or country, at the shorteit notice.
octl7-4m ETCnAVARNB fc BRO.
JX ot about th 15th July,
OX ot about th 15th July, from Mr. Cur-
Un's pasture, a DARK BAT nORSE,bout fif
teen bands high, with biaot legs anu a f tw sad
dle marks on his back. A llwral reward win
be given to auy person on delivering the abov horse ta
J. J. Jf UiirHT,
acaCO-dSwawtf Xa. 54 Front Raw. Memphis. Texa.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS.
PROPOSALS wiU be received at the Xnglneer's Office of
the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, until February
10th, 1S57, for the Grading, Masonry and Bridging ot raid
Rtllroad, from Spring Hill to opposite the town of Colum
bia, about thirteen miles.
The above work comprises some heavy rock cutting ;
about six thousand perches of Bridge Masonry, and six
teen hundred feet of Brldcinr.
Plans, Profiles and Specifications may be seen at any
time, and any further Information obtained by addressing
J. H. Dkterecx, Division Engineer, at Columbia. Tenn.
A. AXDERSOX, Engineer,
aihrille, Dec. 15, 1S5S dedS-JtrmiEfebS
EAST AND NORTH,
OPE TO CORINTH.
fX d ftr Nov. 15, 1S3S. THROIGII MAIL TRAIN
v wmicTc jirmpuis, 1aili at ..go a ar , arrivinz
vw. . iw n.t i. Aucisrvmc at 1U UU a. iX.
jKiuiuiu, leaves vorism as i p. m. ; Somervllle 3
r. 21. Arrives atMemphis at 7.0O p. m. '
KThls Train connects at Corinth with a doable Dally
...at, u. unituHXHi oacoes ie too lermifius of the
Eastern Division ef tbe Meawbki aad Charlestea RaU
read. Theece by Railway litre it, and ceseectisns sure
with an Eastern eKles.
Stagteg reduced to forty mile, and track-laying pro-
Kirawun 1 luij .
THROUGH TICKETS seid to tie (oBawtnf nolTit..
This Train aba cennect a wMhtlie MU.inten) Rnmi
Railroad to UaDy Sarlszs. Oxford. Grenada. RantmL
Jacksea, he., Ac
amo cesnects at Grand Junction Station wKh Tsases
see Central Raitmad to Balivar. Jacksaa. nunttowdjB
and atherpueas. -
jUuU iTTVl'llirUn irtfb Tri.Wlfrriiuf
C.che. ta Rrpfey, Poststoe, AtxTdeen aaa CWambn..,
JHltOUGU TO XASUVILXE IS 21 HOURS.
Via tae Memphis and CharlMioB, Xasa vllle andChaUa
asga Railroad oaly ,0 miles of Staglsg, against
1 f?Q ty any other route.
The ACCOMMODATION- WAT TRAIX rans daHv fex-
cept Saadays) between Memphis aad the Jaactiaa with
ice JtiMtssippi Ueatral Bailread:
Laves Jaaction 7.00 a. Ji. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 p.m.: arrives at the Jcncthm
6:09 T. iX.
Freight Trains larva MemDhls fur PtcaheBtai DAILT
at 7 A.M. Doors close at 4 p. m.
Tbreagh Tickets oaly. oa the above Roates. can beob-
tatned at tbe Commercial Hotel, aa wtt as lsfermatlan
coaaected with the Road.
Passengers are reo nested to purchase Tickets before n-
teriag the cars, aad save payment of extra fare.
Baggage checked to all stations oa the Railroad, and
no Baggage will be received without being checked .
Each passesger will be allowed seventy-five pounds of
baggage by Railroad, aad sixty pounds by Stage ; bat bo
article will be carried as baggage that I cot incident to
the person ef tie passenger. In case of loss the Oora-
pany wui hold themselves responsible for an amount net
Xegrees, when traveling alone, mast have a permit, ca
ms the point ta which they are to go, aad specirytag
that they are to travel fcv railroad, or thev wHl cobe
eptl Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, &c
Direct Tnrough. Line for the East!
Maltlmore and Ohio
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (379
miles,) and to Washington, (100 miles,) and presents
the fullest advantages both as a freight and passeoget
tine. It runs through wild and romantic regions ot the
Allegbeaies ; and being solidly constructed, cempieteiv
equipped and carefully managed, Is one of the most at
tractive and safest Railroads in tbe United States. The
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus aad Zanesvllle to
Whwiiag, unites this road with all portions of the West
The oxlt Tnnocort tickets rsosx Mrurms.
Locistille and St. Locis to the Xatioxal Me
tropolis, are sold by this road, which runs direct t
Washington without the delay ot passing through Balti
more. It is also the only Ua by which bazzaxe can bt
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
SyBf the 31 ail. bocte from Mempbts. take the mail
steamers, ru&ntag dally for Louisville, cennectiag there
with mail steamers or JeCVrsonvilie Railroad for Cincin
nati, when, they arrive so as to connect with tbe ears ol
Utile Jilami Bailroaii for Columbus, connect sg there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Xewark and Zanes
vllle, to Wheeling. By the express train ot this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore aad Id Washington
is less than 27 hours.
r3Be aura to ask far tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
FaPassencers from Merachls catac East thro nab St
Low, u bay Theeagh Tleket. br th. lUlilnMr. and Oh.
Railroad. This roate lays through Vincennes.TerraUaute,
Indianapolis, etc., to Wheeling, over the new Ohio and
Mississippi aad conanecticg Raid. The connect tons
arc all direct, and the time from St. Louis to Baltimore
or Washington Is but about 43 hours. Through Ticket
by this route may be had of the Agent, under the Plan
ter's House, at the following rates: From St. Louis to
Baltimore $S5; to Washington $25.
At Yt nceitBg the passenger taKes th superior cars of
the Baltimore and Ohi Railroad, which leave three times
daily for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Xew
Tork. Through ia 16 or 17 hours, inctndiag stoppages.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty ot the country, and
general comfort, this road is second to none ia the Union.
FiusiiiiiTS. Tula company possesses th largest
equipment uf aay Railroad in tie United States, and Is
prepared to do an immense business in transportation.
The road makes immediate connection at the wharves and
In the strests ot Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia aad New Tork, steamers el Ericsson aad Balti
more Steamship Lines, by Canal aad Sea to Xew
Tork, aadkynewjlercfaants'and Miners' Line to Boston.
steamers to Xorfolk, Charleston, Savannah, he. For
particulars, see freight lanff, copies of which may be bad
ot tbe Forwarding Houses In tbe West, oro' J. B. Ford,
ueceiving aau urwaruing Agent at w neeung.
WK. S. WOODSIDE,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLEYTE.
JnniS-ly Agent, 51 Frost Row, Memphis.
NEW ARRANGEMENT !
ESPECIALLT FACILITATIX-3 TRAVEL B0UXD
To the North, and East!
Turongh in Three Days and a Half to
From Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Hours.
Tl':, l . . 17 l r .. f", t. r r.
tr uavim ift v txiMc ui wuinyc vj cars err
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Xlagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, Xew Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Xlagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to Xew Tork. Time from Cairo to Xew
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as tow, and comfort great
er, than by any other roate. Passengers through are
SOT subjected to the delays cocseiuent to the freonent
changes by short lines ot Railroads through Indiana and
Ohio, to the East and North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake
Shore itanroaa anu steamers rcr xtactne, Jtilwaukee,
Sheboygan, &c, and with a spteciud Line of First Class
Steamers for Sault St Marie, Like Superior, Colling
wood, Toronto, he.
Tains leave Cairo, very Jiornirg ana Evening as fol
6:05A. at., Chicago and Dura cub Express. Sundavs
This Train connects at Cljchgo- with Xew Tork Light
ning Express, orer Michigan Central, Great Western and
Xew Tork central iiaiiroaoj, throng n in thirty-one hours.
This Train also connects at, Sandoval with Ohio ui
Mississippi Railroad lor St, XodtJ 'and TtncennOs; at
Pana, with Trains cf th Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisvills and Cincin
nati; it Decatur, with Main Linn Express for Galena,
Dunlelth; the latter connecting w.th Trains to Spring
field, Xaples, Rock Island. Barllng'.on and Qulncy.
6: 10 p. Xew Tork Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, except on Signal,
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur to
Danleith, and arriving at Chicago it 2 p. si.
Passengers for the Upper Mlsslsi Ippi, wui find at Dun
leith, steamers ot th Dunlelth ted Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, he. Passengerr
for Janesville, aad Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at Freeport with Trains to Belelt and Janes viae, and
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. The Maps ard Charts Indicating th Great Central
Route to the Xorth and East are un exact transcript of
Cotton's Map ot the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as well a the running
time cards ot the connecting Roads, aad judge for them
selves as to the correctness ot the nbove 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
tbe Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler,
a well as the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the Xorth and East, which surpass thou of
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company for the coivenlecce of th trav
eling public, the permanency of tb.) road and structure,
the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves to those who deilre la traveling spud,
comfort and safety.
TICKETS GOOD FOR 0XE TEAR, with the privilege
of laying over at any point, can la had 'at .Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Offices on the line.
A. T. LAVALLETTE, Agent,
Junf-ly Memphis, Tenn.
LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
J. A. IflANNIIW,
LEAVENWORTH CITr, K. T.
THE subscriber begs leave to offer his services to th
public as Land Agent, Surveyor, Draftsman, and
Dealer In Land Warrants
newlll attend promptly to buying and selling Real
Estate, collecting debts, paying taxes, buying, selling and
lecatlng LamfWarrints, and to all business pertaining
to a General Land Agencr.
RcrEBEXCES. Col. E. 0. McCirty, Col. J. J. Clark
son and J. D. Henderson, leaven worth City; J. C.
Dougherty and R. B. nawley, Memphis, Tenn.; J. R.
Connelly, Hernando. Miss. novl9-w3m
GEO. FLAHERTY & BE0.
RECEIVED per steamboat ieianoit. this day, $3073
worth of Safes, Tablss, Bedsteads.Sofas. Chairs, he..
all of which we offer at unusually liw prices, being press-
ea ior rocm to store mem, at corner or Mala and Union
P. S. Six Pianos. for sale. Oldlnstrumentj Tuned and
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Open to Como.
OX and after Monday, January 12th, 1357, THROUGH
MAIL TRAIX will leave Memphis daHy, (Saadaya
excepted.) at 7.30 a. m arriving at iw t la-os .
Returning, leaves Como at 10:O a. 3., and antve at
Jaempais at 1 p. r.
This Tram coanecta at Coma wHh 1 T unur,ub.i.
Co.'. daily lice of First Class Post Osacbes fr Paaela
and Grenada. Staging redaced ta S3 assies between Mam
pals and Grenada thrM2h ts is km t.
pablje a-ay rsiy oa this being a shorter aad cheaper roate
to Gieaada, Canton, Jacksea and Tick.bsrg tkaa aay
Tb FREIGHT TRAIN" wH make daiiv irtei
excepted,) froaa asd after Monday, the lta t aaaary,
tocoato. HwiUbeexBeted that Miinm a IL
arraosemeiHi raa.le la rcetre their gsod at the stattoa.
Si5?Ta,'."ltn Co"aoBr e oaly teseorary arraage
meots for taking care of freights, aad wm cot be respon
sible for the loss or damage to the aaase al that ataUea.
J;":1!'" " xeaa.sted to panlnse iKkeH ere
ntertag the ears, and save payment f extra fare.
hei,fl -ui H al'"1,1ni a tbe Raslraad, aad ao
bsegagewiu be receivtd witaoot beteg cbMked. Baah
pasMBger win be allowed u a v T fTTT
pa4seri. tbe perse of th
spsaHMe f sr aa auoaat sot xceedaac $M.
?esrfee, wbea traveling v. . ..
naming the p.lDl to which tl'- ire ta xa. and sill!u .7!L
that they are to travel bv p.mLzT !t?VS?T?r?.
earriad. e v .iT.iitr
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
fTl0 the Mlsstssiapi Junction, aaaKtisg with the Tea-
JL aessce Central RaMraadta Bali..,.
with j j. Wyly's r.Uy Line f Umr horse Past Cmbm
The travellag public will Sad this the cheapest, best aad
Quickest root. Railroad aad .tti -
pis is the best rH. to Jackson. Mag tWzh lTnki,
hoar,, aad a daylight ru.tr. FVteJackT TiSf
ija-iessee Ceatra Katlrd is IMSt awraohteg'mfS:
ttoa to Jacka-a. En Lis toJ,1asMa b.siMkeSvrftfa'
Coaches and Horses. infrrW a. UTT .v- EfrTEZSr
Sober and expe.-leBced Drivers oa the eatlr Ha
Para to Jackson, - -- -- 84 oo
uic, - - - u ao
Huminirdon. t nn
'" Nashville, - - - - - 10 SO
ty For seats or information, call at theGeaeral SaB
roaa and Stage Office, Commercial Hotel, Jefibrsaa street.
Prom Memphis to Jackson, $3 J50.
From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50.
Via Jackson, WaynesooriV and
10XXECTLNG near Brownsville with th Mesrohia
y and Ohie Railroad, and at Thompson with th ta
?.?w?iQd AUklHil KjrJ- This is the cheapest reuto
ta Middle Teaaessee, aad travelers art assured thatlao
pains or expense wgl be spai ed to render them comforta
ble. Tbe coaches, horses and drivers arr saperlsr.
Our Use connects at Jackson with J. W. Xorwood h
Co ' line ot four horse post coaches ta Xashvlltc,
l"15 XORWOOD FOBTTTXB.
Fare o Grenada. "3 OO.
Inclnding Omnibus Ticket to Holly. Spriags.
Tho Cheapest and Quickest Route
Between Memphis and Grenada
Is novprttentsd to IkepubHc via tit
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads.
FOR tiskets or Information, apply to
aoglO-dtf SIMS h. CO.. Agents. Commercial Hetel.
A XEW, ;tht, elegant ond cheap Patent SPRING
MATTRESS, for sale by
ep28-tt IT. Jf. GROSVEXOS.
A SUPERIOR assortrant of Plasos ana Mefedeens.
ri Just received by
Carpets & Curtains
JUST received, a large assortment of eiegaat Velvot,
Brasses, Tapestry, Three Ply, Superior aad Oammas
Carpets, Rugs, CurUius, Cornices, &c
tePS-'f H. M. GR03VEXOR.
Music I eiWusic:
nROr. T. R1T1XAC would rerpectfally aaaoesce to the
a. cuizens or atempuis ana viciBily, that be wsM give
ictructkm on the Piano and Galtar. Also, would state
that he will Tun and Repair Pianos, Meiedeocs, etc En
tire 'atl. faction will be given.
Tboje wibing to take lessons win please apply at Alex
ander & While's Music and Book store.
Those wishing to purchase a good Piano, Jast caH cn
him and he will select you tho best in tbe city.
Reference Dr. Turner, E. S. Tallafers Dr. Wm.
Rogers, n. S. Bradford, Dr. Tallafero, J. L. WtaSeld,
Rev. J. ;Rogers, Easoa Jeaes, Brawns. ate, Tenn.
ITAEEgreat pleaure in ncemmeadiBg Mr. P. BI
VIKACto thecituens of Memphis, and partaaulatly to
my friend., as one of the first Teachers la the South, and
hope yea will patron ic- him in his Use of business, as f.a
gives entire satisfaciioa. RespeettaHy, '
oov2S-2m J. BARRIERS;
53" Enquirer ccpy.
For Sale Lovr to the Trade.
KArt EECS Balls.
l)UU 350 pieces best Power arid Hand Loom Baggiest
200 e-Us Machine Rape; -50
ceil MaaBta Rope ;
100 pounds Twine.
DOCGHERtT & ATDLETT.,
23 Frat Row.
THIS day lest In Memphis, aad as I believe, est Wash,
ingtea street, a small meajoraada-boii, aad $1604 of
Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip.
Xo. 1013 for $ 4Q
Xo IBUfor jso
issued in September, 185$, and payable at Pice Pln2.
This is to notify tbe finder who the owner Is, asd to giro
all persons notice not to purchase th- same. A proper
compensation will be given by me ii the Under on detimr
nov2-tf THOMAS JAM 36.
TOMBS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES, &c.
C0XSTAXTLT on hand, Mooamects of aH descrip
tions, from $100 to $1000, ot latest style aad pal
terns. Tomb and Head and Foot Stones, famished as
low as aay other establishment who do tb.tr work wtB
and satisfactory. To those needing anything ia th
Monumental line would do welt to call aad examine be
fore sendincl their orders to the Xorth. The undersigned
will be found at the old stand en Adams street, between
Main and Front Row, opposite the Wershcm Heuse,
ready to fill any orders, having the best ot Marble and
Workmen, no pales shall be spared to give satlstaessse.
P. 3. Mr. M. L. Sort- Is now on a tour throaxh
Xorth Mississippi and the adjacent coon ties of Teancittjt
Maibte at shop prices, the object r hr V'n,J?tJ:
Xorth for cood wart. Tb" bobll bemghsal&fUd''tblI.
it ia the best policy to encaurag homsl lndnrtcrEOd"&r
good work and reavmaM. prices wtB keep' ousinesa at
horns, give your orders to Mr Sory, or sail opposite th
Wore ham Hoso. aug3-wi j. .
James and WUUamRodgers,
vs. Petition for lb Sal ef
Elisabeth Rodgers, t al., V Real and Personal Pro
heirs and dlstrlbutsts oft perty far Division.
Cullen Rodgers, dee'd. J
ET virtu et a Decree of tru, .unty uocrt of Sheny
County, made in tbe above cause, at th January
Term. 1S57, of said Court. I will offarat public sale, on
TUESDAY, February 10th, 1E37, on the premises,
The Tract of Land
belonging to tbe estate of Cullen Rodgers, dee'd, about S
mHe east of Raleigh, on tie LaGrange road, eontaaatsg
200 acres, more or less, and also the SLAVES, seven, in
number, belonging to the said estate
Terms The Land will be sold subject to the widow's
dower, for one third cash, and tbe balance on a credM ot
one and two years; tbe Slaves for one-halt cash, and the
balance on a credit of one year, the purchaser giving
bond and good security, and lien being retained on th
Land until final piyment.
Janl 0-wlds JOHN F. TREZEVAXT. Clerk.
Clerk's Sale of Land.
Wm. Rogers and wife, Mary1)
Rogers, Wyatt Bland, et
al., heirs ot Htlind Bland,
Petition ex-parte to sell Land
In County Court af Shet-
-by Co., January Term,
BT virtue ot a Decree In tbe above causa, made by th
County Court of Shelby County, January Term, ISST,
I will offer at public sale, at the late residence of Cages
Rogers, deceased, on the LaGrang. and Raleigh road, on
TUESDAY, February 10th, 1S57,
A Tract of Land,
containing 125 acres, belonging to the heirs of HBsad
Bland, deceased, situated In Bange 5, Section I, north ot
Wolf river, !n the county cf Shelby.
Teems Half cash and half on a credit .of one year,
the purchaser giving bond and security, acd a ien beteg
retained on th land until final payment.
JaulO-wtds JOHX P. TREZEVAXT, Clerk.
OX good terms for cash, a HORSE andJJUGw'
GT, or Horse without th Buggy. Applyitot
deelJ-tf THOS. GOB BIN S3. "
Crystalizcd Nitrat SilverT53(f
-f OA OZS. pure Xltrat Sliver, for sale by ,
lOU decO WARD&.JOXES
A store Mouse ror Rent. v
un roai tuv, in uia ceair or . onitcejs.
Apply to Joseph Bar bier' Xo. 33 Front Umr, or
B. B. WADDLE,
novS Unlac street.