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; i THE MEMPHIS DtMOr APPE AlT
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BY WCLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO.
MIMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1857.
VOL. VH. NO. 266.
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JTcCLAXAHAN. HUTTON" it CO.
L.. O. RITES.
, TTOSXET AXD COUNSELOR AT LAW, Menpfais,
X Ten. Offlc: In the Feet Office BaildiBg.
AM bnscacts entrasted to als care will receive prcntpt
and fattfcfol attest ton. CalectioBs promptly aad in the
.sarrsnndlnc ennnties et "West Tenaeasee, Missieeippi aad
J. A. AXOERSON.
ATTORKET AT LAW, Memphis, Team. OSee la
. ICalker's Balldteg, over Maasfleld's Dras Siere,
Main street. Jaal0-iy
BENJAMIN IIOWCOTT, Dentist.
HAVING prepaecd ameif wH toarMtfee
Dentistry is Memphts. I respecUatly seUcK
the patreaaze of all who may need my ser-
' vices in the Dental line, and bind any.ett to
1 all operations on the Teeth, and insert Artioctol
Teeth ta the most approved style as weO as it can be
dene is this or any other eoontry.
Osace ea Main street, opposite 'Worsham House.
Q. W. ACRES... H. 21. ACREE.
G. W. & H. M. ACREE,
DENTISTS. OtBce Union Block, Ooart
1 street, between Main aad Front Bow,
AlMDratal OperatleBS performed with
the VeMt possible pain. Diseases of the Alveolar Process
and Gams treated in the meet skinful manner. Fall or
partial Sets of Teeth set oa Gutta Percha er Geld, with
the latest imBroveraests, and GUARANTIED.
VR. SAMCKL GILBERT, SR., has retaraed te his old
' hssniuHid near Meawhls, and reopened his Inarm-
arr. and U rnulB pormaaently. He treats the follow-
lag Ohreaic Dtteases : Caaeers, Seroffala, Whl e Swvlliag,
Tamers and W as. witheat Sargical operatteei. He atsc
treats all Ohrooie Female diases. S-res ef hg standint;.
Tetter, Rtesnaatisw, SrphUis, and alt fotms of Mereaiial
Br. G. neesas it uanecw ary to say Biore, as he has liv
ing wilnesiits of his sucss from Mains te Oregon.
. 1. tvtCEEBCHAM ED. A. BEECH ER.
WICRERSHAM & BEECHER,
A TPORKKTS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Office,
ii. Sm 21 Jetlersen street.
SMITH P. BANKHEAD,
ATTOKNKT AT LAW, .Memphis. T'nn. Offlce in th
. Pest OSee Block, over Aydlett & Co., third story.
Dr. R. E. EASH.I,
LATE Staff Physician aad Director f several Hospitals
in Getaway, aesaher of diflerent Medical Societies
an New York has located in the city of Memphis, and of
ten Ms services to the pabiic as Physician, Aoooecher,
and far all operations la Sargery.
3 OdBee ea WashiagtoB street, between Mala and
Seeead. " oct30
R. T. RICHARDSOK..W. W. WHEATLET..M. A IIIOOS.
Richardson, TTheatley Is. Hi?gs,
ATJORNBTS AT LAW OSee on the comer ef Second
XX. and Ooart streets, Memphis, Teen. ocll-ly
B. C. BROWN,
ATTOK.NET AT LAW, Marion, Ark , pnettee
. Pastusps, CrHtesden, Mississippi, Green, Randotpfa,
Lawressce, Independence, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Francis
aad Mnare Counties. In Arkansas. ect7-d8i
DR. THOS. KEEEEIIU
LATE ef Tnecamhla tAlabama, has located permanent
ly is Mesaph ad o Iters his services to the public
is as! ti branches ot falsprbfetSMB He baa taken the
See herttef ore occapied by Dr. Bryan, corner ef Shelby
and Oalen streets. Having reeeotly made a earefal and
'geaezel setectton et Sargical Instraments, he is prepared
far aV the operations of Sargery. Residence en Shelby
street, between Haling and Tmevant streets.
HASKEEE &, SEARCY,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Wm.T.
. Hasken and Robert Searcy have associated them
sarves together in the practice et Law. OtacN In the
'Walker Black. nv9G-dm
ATTOSNET AT LAW, Oovtsgten, Tens. AH basteei n
. estrssted to Ms care win receive prompt attention.
ATTOBNET" AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., win practice
.Hi all the Courts of Memphis and the Western Dis
tract ef Tennessee.
X3 OOee south of Court Square, adtotalBg that of the
OhaaeeryOourt Clerk. marl2-Iy
ATTOfi.NET AT LAW.
. lag, Memphis. Teas.
Ofoce In the Pest O0cc BbsM
EGBERT H. OSBORNE
ILL practice Law la the Courts of Hardeman, Fay
ette, Tiptea and Shelby, also in McNiry and Har
der eeesttes, and La the Supreme Our v,. at Jackson. AH
anstneea eatruMed to him receive prompt aad faith
fa atteatiau. Hi smce is in the Chancery Clerk's outce,
BeaVvar, lLiraeman eosnty, Tenn. nor22
JOHN P. FARREEEY,
ATTORNKT AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
. Sena. OSee comer ot Main and Jefferson streets,
ever Lehman & Co.'s.
Refer to Hobs. Henry Plrtle, W. F. Bullock and Messrs.
A. L ShotwMl & Son, Louisville, Ky.; Hon. JameaPryor,
Carrearton, Ky.; McGregor, Alloway & Co., aad Moses
Greenwaed, New Orleans; E. H. Apperson i Co., Mem
ped. x novll-tf
Q. C. GEASTY,
ATTORKET AT LAW, and Commissioner tor the
, States of Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi and Ten
nessee, LOUISVILLE, ZT., will promptly attend to bus
iness esUrasted to bis care, and enforce the collection of
dales In this and the adjoining States.
References Hon. Jacob Thompson, Oxford, Miss.;
Hen. J. J. MeRae, Governor ef Mississippi. Jackson;
Han. H. S. Bennett, Washington City; Cel. B. F. DHL
Memphis, Tenn.; Bent &. Duval, Tucker, Brannan k. Co.,
Backers, Geo. BlsnchSTd, Hughes & Hutchinson, Lonls-
ti" Osiscs, "MarUe Hall Buildings," Fifth street,
between Market and Jefferson. jun23
S. L. HERROX J. n. ARMSTROSO.
HERRON & ARMSTRONG,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CoSeevllle, Yalobusha county,
. Mississippi. Will practice in the oountlesof Talobu
sha, Tallahatchie, Lafayette, Panola, Carroll, Choctaw,
Cbickaaaw. and Calhoun. Also, in tho United States
Ceart at Pontotoc, Vice Chancery Court at Carroll ton,
and High Court ot Errors and Appeals at Jackson.
New Orleaki McRae, Cofiman k. Co., FaulTulane
Ik Co., Buchanan, Carroll & Co., J. Ruraside & Co.,
Frierson, Fowler k. Co.
MEMPms Cossitt, HU1 tt Talmadge, Ferguson &
XeJE, Lownes, Onlll & Co., G. D. Johnson, B. F. Dill,
Appeal OSee. Jan30-ly
Bttmjm, iirminiili-'-'r ifin, Si iiaalmi"'" naMi'i 1 1 ,. Ani'ilti r m .i mil n n 1 n,- - ' ihi.j-j. ... . , " 1 r" 1 ,lr " " , 1 ' i, in susnnaaiii mi , iiinssaaaisiissiaiii iiiiiiimi
We are cow receiving and opening our
Fall and Winter
10NSlSriKG of every Tarlety of Staple and fancy Dry
j iiooa waxlly ctft in this market. Superfine Slack
im Btw Ulottis, CastinKiu, Doeskins, Cloaks, Uantillas,
JioireAniKjue, TelTft Sbat, felatt style; Ladies
Drt-ss Goods, of a superior qaalirr ; Crase Shawls, i
lare lot of Blankets. Kegro Ctoth, Brocans, Krady-Uade
ClotbiBC, Boots asU Sbom, lists, and a variety of artlder.
tee namerens w sseaiioB.
All I ask is, "Coae one. (ome all." and examins my
stock, befere making rear rerc&ases. I bonsbt n the
very best terms, and am determined that nene still un
dersell ae. I sfiaU adopt toe Cash System, evnpt to
ranetnai dealers. A O. BLAIR,
No. 277 Kain street,
octlSItwawSsa Old Stand of Ferguson k Xelll.
r. J. webb, Oxford, Ut;s i. M. wxBB, Iferapals
W. J. WEBB & CO.,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL GROCERS,
CORXER 3IAIX AND UA'IOX STREETS,
"WILL keep in store a foil and complete stock of Family
groceries, and we vlll sell tnexn as low as we can afrod
J. B. SHAEPE,
Ao. 36 Aiaauen-jr. , eerie ten trenx now ena Main,
TTTOCLTJ rf sDectrullr Inform tbe merchants of Mem-
V V Phis and surroon in; country, that be bas jnst re
turned from the cities of Virginia, where he established
a permanent Aiceacy frr toe sale of all grades of Virgin
U Tobacco, and Intends to keep constantly en nam! a
stock eqaal to the demand, at manntactBrers' prices.
Being folly able to compete with the New Tork, Baltl
more, Cincinnati and Xew Orleans market, he Invites
the attention of all dealers in the above article to 111.
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
odl-deiw-tf J. B. SI1AKPE
JL F. 2l'CAXEoossoooocr'' S WI1I.XAKJ
McCAisE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to Wheat & Taylor,)
FORWARDING JJVD COMMISSION
Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas,
At the ereuitig of the Memphis end LitHt Rock Rail
reed on M'hilt River.
TlTETkeep constantly an band Sa?ar, CeSec, Salt,
Ftoar, Molasses, and all other articles usually kept
In a Grocery, which they win sell lew for cash or ex
change for DHles. Furs and Peltries, or any other articles
Dreamt to tae marxet.
83" Goods df tmed for LIU!" Rock or the alacent
counties, shipped to Duval.'s Walls, will be forwarded
immediately, as there are always w agens and teams in
readiness to hac to any point,
unto, -or? ynororT jotzxt,
oc-lf MEIPHIS, TKXN.
" BREER & CALDELL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
h. oTmettor &co.,
RBFKK to J. T Soatter K-q., President Bank of th
Republic, Xew Tork; J. K. Sass, Esq.. Presides
Baak et Charleston, S. C; Messrs. Jobs Frazer & Co..
J. VT. Caldwell, Jisq., Charleston, S. C; Cel. tVm. It
Church well, Prvstdent Bank ot East Tennessee, Knox
vstlc; I. B. C1RTLAND. and Meesrs. FALLS &
CASH, Mesanais, Tenn. fep27-6m
JOHN B. BOTTOj
BOOT AND SHOE
No. G6 Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
KEEPS contantly on baud, BOOTS and
SHOES of his own make, also ot other
manutaetnrers. He kerps, also, Leather, v RVt
'JU!e an.1 rfnner. f!alf Stina. French and
American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va
lises, all of which be wil sel. as cheap as any In this
market. Give hire a call before purchasing elsewhere.
A. STKEET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main aud Second Streets,
aag!2 MEMPHIS, TEX?f.
Walker & Brothers,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING,
AXD DEALERS IS
Ivy Goods, Hoots &. SUocs,
AJ ivolosalo OTi.cl 3rJ.ot.il,
No. 79 Pront How.
WEhavejast received ooe hundred cases ot
Csothiac, expressly manufactured for this mar
ket, and are opening the best selected stocks of
'all kind of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, ever
bronchi here, which weeDer at the lowest posstbte prices,
being enabled to compete with any bouse through the
faculties ef oar honse in Philadelphia.
We woofct especially invito the attention ef country
merchants, kaowiLg that ! an aad will suit all 3d
very -re. O.'l ard see. auslC-"
SCHNEIDER & GJLASSICX,
Jefferson. Street, opposite Commercial Hotel,
MKMI HIS, TSAA.
WE ask the patronage of citizens and
fcUWlk. imMI AEUIUIB. I, C W.rTttilfc All
feof our work, and oar tons experience in
Vthe business vriH enable us to make or re
pair Guns and other Fire-arms in a superior aad work
manlike manner. augl-dawGm
S. FRAVSIOLI r. H. WILLIAMSON.
FRANSIOLI & WILLIAiMSON,
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
French and German Vases,
SILVEB, SILVEB PLATED,
GERMAN SILTER & BRITANIA WARE,
FINE TABDE CUTLERY, &c, ccc
1SS Main Street, Memphis.
ALSO, LooUng Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Tea
Trays, Parlor Lamps, Chandaliers, Girandoles, etc.,
etc, etc 'jalyn
G, B. liOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
HE All ESTATE BROKER,
88 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales ot City or Country
Property, Negroes, Merchandise, ef every description,
Fntnature, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and
Leasing Property, etc
Storazje aad Consignments solicited.
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. If. CALDWELL,
aa old and experienced Auctioneer, lata of n ants vine, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend te consignments and
sales ot every description. Liberal Cash Advances
made on Consignments.
S3Storas aad conilgwnerlis solicited.
P. S. I am Agent lor The Adams Express CorapMy.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Afain street, next door to Odd Fellows' Kelt,
-r-s-rr; a T. t.' U t XTST
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, Surgical Instraments, Fancy Goods,
Paints, Oils, Window mass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, fmuB, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
X3 Every article soM by us warranted as represented,
ekject to be returned at oar expense. july8-1y
T LAW NOTICE.
TTH YOLLINTINE, Esq., has removed his Law Offlce
JJL. over the Store and Commission House of Fowlkes,
Mount & Co., on Jefferson street, between the Post Office
and Main street. spe!3-tf
D I. DDBGSE,
ATTORNEY" AT T.AW, Mr xnpbis, Tenn. Ofaoe on east
side et Main street, betv-een JeSerson and Adams.
Rf er to F. Titus, McEwen, nsrris &. McNeill, J. D.
WBllazis, W. B. Miller and Miles Owen, .Memphis, Tenn.;
tttxm. Titus & Co., New Orleans. Janl4-tf
TUST leceived, 300bbls. Smith's ruerIoT Plttshurth
J Ale. H H.POTTER,
decIS Main -it, 3d door North Wertham House.
JAMEST. TAYLOR. .?? B. XL
TAYLOR & ROSS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Xo. 6 Monroe Street, Mempliis
WILL make liberal c.h advances on all conslgnraenU
of Produce or Merchandise.
Referenett Henderson, Terry & Co., S. O. Kelson Jc
Co., New Orleans ; Speed & Strange, . M. Apperson St
mo., jiempnii. noTis-jm
PATTEBSON, MAKSHAIi U & CO.
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
Xo. 49 Front Row, Memphis, Term.
0UB charces for selling Cotton on arrival are Fifty
Cents per Bale; for storing and selling Seventy-Five
Cents. All Cotton insured unless otherwise Instructed,
J. S. SMITH. ..J. B. MEACHAM... . WHITE FIELXt
SMITH, MEACHA3I & CO.,
"W liolesale Gvo eevs,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants
(Slotby 4- Hunt's New Buildings,)
Xo. IS Front Row, Memphis,
TTAYB now on hand a tine assortment of Bagging and
AJL Rope of the best brands, together with a complete
and well selected stock of the various articles usually
xept m onr business, to which we invite the attention ot
Agents for the sale et "Pike's celebrated Magnolia
Whi6ky," and Jones, Lloyd i-Ca.'s Southern Mancfac
larea. asus. aJtlxli. jtEAULLsAt & UU
r. niLL J. T. HATLET.
HILL & HAYLEY,
-KTo. SSC3 552?oxxt jEto-co",
OVER D. II. TOTOSJEND'S,
FOR Selling, SO cents per bale. Tor Storing and Sell
ing, 75 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
aiorea ny us will Be covered Dy insurance, unless ether
3 Bacsinc. Bone and Plantation Scnslles tarnished
to customers. seplO-dawem
A. A. SMITHWICK.
J. R. TTRAT
SMITHTyiCK, WRAY & CO.,
A'o. 3 AfnJion-f ., beteteen Front Roto end SXein-tt.,
Up Stairs, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
STT.ICT attention flven to SflUng;ihd Storing Cotton
and Produce consigned to us.
2,B. Orders for Bagging. Rope and Plantation 8nt-
pllej filled with care and dispatch. Charges for Selling
arm aiorinc uoiion, arty cents per bale. acg21-Cm
A. M. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Successors t o Powell i- Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
cepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
S. O. NELSON n. C WALKER T. A. NELSOH.
TYAL.ELER, NELSON &. CO.,
SPECIAL attention given to the sale of COTTON In
Memphis, or shipments to our New Orleans house,
S. O. NELSON & CO.
Liberal cash advances made ea eenilgnmeats to either
S. WILDS VEI1N0N, t
V. C. WILLIAMS, S
Late ot Panola, Miss.
W. A. BRYAW,
M. K. BRYA!,
Late ot LaG range, Tenn.
IWm, BETM & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
Ifo. 6 Front Bow, over Meacham Ic Galbralth'i,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
Selling Cotton. Charges 0 cents jer hale.
13" All cotton seat to us win be covered j insurance,
unless otherwise Instructed. aug22
T. B. NORMENT3
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Dp Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock cf Bagging and Rope always on hand.
E. M. ArrERSOH....C. DELOACH.. ..BATID ADAMS.
E. ill. APPERSON & CO.,
Commission &. Forwarding Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
Bagging-, Rope, Groceries, &c.,
No. Go Front How, and G Jefferson Street,
3 Particular attention zid to storing, selling and
shipping Cotton. aug3-daw6m
New Orleans, La.
......N. C. SNIDER,
WALEEtt & SNIDER,
Cotton Fact or s
No. 123 Canal Street,
JulylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
C. M. II0RT0N,. .........
LateHorton & Hunter.
.........n. c. noRTON,
Late of Monthalla, Miss.
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
Xo. 2Madlson-St., opposite I. B. Kirtland's OJJice,
llK will continue as heretofore, giving special atten
II Uon to the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at fifty cents
per bale, and to the selection and purchase of any article
in market. Once removed from No. 3 Front Row to No.
i Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank. augSO
R. A. MOON, R. T. PATHS ON.
TITUS & CO.,
BanJt Building, Jefferson Street,
OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL HOTEL.
LIBERAL Cash Advances made on Cotton In store er
for shipment to Messrs. Moon, Titus 4. Co., New Or
leans. Orders for Plantation Scppttes filled at wholesale csi
Charges as heretofore, legitimate no pesquUltes.
(. M. GATES
..............A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON FACTORS, GROCERS,
Froduce and Gemral Commission
Iwl J. O EC -t- 3NT T S ,
Xo. 3 Pnlcu Street, between Main end Front Row,
AFTER an active application to business, for over
. eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage of our friends In the capacity ot 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 be
made on consignments In store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Produce, In store, will only be effected upon actual
lnttrnctlsns, or wnea 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 as
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
JunlS-dawlr GATES & WOOD.
WARD LAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO., s
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHI8,
DEALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock new on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
EJ-Cash advances made on Cottons In store for sale or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to us by water ; also, the risk ef Fire while In
store, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as wa have charges for
years pat nf tr cents per bale. IttrjCO
BEKJ. REID..... .............a.......... ..X. 2f. RXID.
B. RED & BRO.,
WO. SS FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL Cotton seat to our address Insured, unless Instruc
tion! to the contrary are received.' Plantation
orders fillrd with care. Score and Sell Coctsn at fifty
cents per Dele, otet-tmylT
CUDDY, BROWN & GO..
36 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
1ASn advances mads on all Cotton or other Prodnce
I . , 1 .. h. urr v nwpv
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Mercbants,
decSO-dawJa NO. 9 FRONT ROW.
T.J.DAVIDSON..... J B.ELLIS A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAH,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
Xo. 519 ilein Street, East side between Jefferson end
ACams, jueapnis, irar..
T)0PB, Bagging and Plantation supplies always on
JlX hand. jmawawu
J. M. PATRICK & CO.,
COTTON FA OTORS
NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TjSIsNi
TTTILL give strict attention to all Cotton sent cs for sale
VV In this market, cr iblpment.
Cotton consumed to ns will be Intured against the dan
gers of River Navigation and Fire while In store, unless
otherwise initrnrted. Orders for Bagging, Rope and
Supplies will meet our prompt attention.
augiz-dawem j. ji.rAiiuuii.sw
T. r AYDLETT...... .....J. C. DOUOnlRTT,
Xew Orleans. Mcmpius.
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
NO. 65 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
DOUGHERTY & AYDEETT,
NO. 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
TTTILL make cash advances on all Cvtton or otner rro-
V V due shipped to T. P. Aydlett & Co., New Orleans
No. 5 Monroe Street, bcL Front Row &Main,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment cf
Cotton and other Produce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices. o28
.A. PARKER JAMES ELDER C. R. DAVIS.
PARKER, ELDER & DAYIS,
NO. 6 HOWARD'S ROW,
X7-FKP constantly on hand Bagging. Rope and Plants-
JV Hon Supplies generally.
Memmiis, July 1, 1SS8.
From and after this date the style of our firm will be as
above. R. A. PARKIER b CO.
MILES OWEN HE3DERS05 OWEN.
Of Memphis. Formerly of SomervlUe.
OWES & OWEN,
No. '215 West tide Main St., 3 doors South of
rxriLlj give prompt attention to the sale, storage and
W sblsment of Cotton and all other products of the
country shipped to them, and will attend to the Receiv
ing and Forwarding of liooas. c. etc jy i.-om.
F. JL terser.
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
jaoSDy fie nunrs an ew .biock,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Frent Row, Memphis.
X WILL pay particular attention to filling orders for
X Groceries, Bagging and Rope, Jcc.
, GRirnso J. b. OBirrmc
J. C. GRIFFING & BRO.,
f-tain Street, Memphis, Tenn.
K will f umlih supplies to our friends as heretofore,
and make advances on shipments to our friends in
3NTO-CS7- Orloona JEPjbrm.
S. THEOBALD. .J. C. ORirrlKO..E. S. THEOBALD.
Frankfort, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. Frankfort, Ky.
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
NO. Tl CAMP STREET,
Julytflrdawtf XEW ORLEANS. LA.
CARRINOTON MASON,.. L. C 10BVELX.
Ually Springs, Alias. iupiey, aiiss.
MASON & NORVELL,
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
"10NSTANTLT on hand, Bagzing, Rope and Plantation
J Supplies. may3l-ly
.......... .c. n. WHimoRE.
DEAR SIR: We take this method ot Informing yon
that we have associated onrselvrs together for the
purpose of doing a Cotton Factorage nullum. We have
large Brlcc Shed for tee atonic of uotton ana otner
Produce shipped t o our care. All Cotton sent to our care
will be covered br sn open Policy of Insurance, nnWss
otherwise Instructed. Anything yon may do for us will
be duly apprecla.ed, and should you favor us with tout
patronage, we pledge our undivided and united exertions
o promote ycv interest at au times, strictly coeyinE
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 ot Bagging, Rope
and Twine. Very respectfully,
Tour ob silent servants.
TOWNSEND ft WniTMORK.
Memphis, Jnly 11, 1S5S JnlyM-dawSm
1. L. BEASLEV A. W.LOV1.10.
BEASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
. NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock cf Rope and Bagging always on hand.
Charges fifty cents per bale, all other Produce at
usual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
r-mltance. AU Produce insured, unless otherwise In
structed. aug20 dawly
STERLISO rOWLEES SAMUEL C. 110 CUT.
THOS. JEFFERSON rOWLZES.
FOTVLKES, MOUNT & CO.,
Post Office Building, Jefferson-St.,
STORE COTTON In Fire-Proof Warehouse. Insurance
25 per cent, less than any house In the city.
J3 Cotton In store placed under Insurance, unless In
structed to the -contrary.
Cotton consigned to us on good steam, keel and
flatboats covered by our Open 1-ollcy of Insurance, unlets
otherwise expressed In face of BUI Lading.
t3 Ordets for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies
solicited from our patrons. July2-daw7m
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
100 Barrels Flour,
VARIOUS brands, from the best Extra to Superfine,
far sale by B. MERRILL,
oet28 Main etr&t.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
1 OA SACKS for sale by
LsCVJ B. MERRILL,
oc23 No. 6 Monroe street.
fotcb, Restaurants, fa.
THE subscriber having opened IBM above men
tioned lienae. an th wt .Me or Hbdltv itr.t
Jj'l between Gayoso and Union, is now prepared to
-ili. receive all who may favor him wita their pat
ronage. His house Is situated convenient to the steam
boat landing, and eentlzuou to the business portion ef
tne city, ana passengers wishing to take the Railroads
can take the omnibuses from the door. The Boose Is
entirely new, and has been newly tarnished from top to
iwuom. us solicits a share ot the public patronage.
decl8-3m M. W. MASON.
Corner ofMain and vldams street.
rpniS House is situated In the centre of battues, bdc
J l now finished and In complete order. The Proprietor
pieuges mm self it ball not be surpassed by any Hesse in
Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestow ec
oa una ler ine iiu two years, be hopes by a street atten
tion U business to merit a continuance ot the same.
? ' J. J. WORSHAM. Proprietor
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON ST3.
niHIS establishment has Just undergone thorough re.
X pairs in every department. Rooms newly pala'ed
auu papcrcu , oraamg inorougniy renovated ; there Is net
even a mattress that Is not new or equal te new ; carpett
mostly new, fcc In one word the bouse Is new in de
cidedly better orf er than It has .rr.r been ainmltwa.
built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to the
Home since I have occupied It. and havinff renewed two
leases, one on the House, the other upon my age, I hope
losive mare attention tnan Heretofore. I err
aeierminea lomiAe my guests comfortable.
To-lt D. COCCRELL, Proprietor
WORSHAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under the YFor-
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their iwn Juice. Jellies.
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced aad Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordial, Syrups, one Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Nuts, &c.
in connection with this estab
lishment I have fitted up an Oyster
Saloon, and wlUrxceive FRBSII
OYSTERS by every packet.
nov!6-dly S. P. BRICHETTO.
By V. BACIGAIiUPO,
Corner "Washingtsn-St. and Front Bow.
r'CZTE'-, RECEIVES FRBSII SHELL
ftti 3LSr 0"0i'"a oyevery aecxet, asa is
Vl 5 S now ready to wait apod all who
fac will give him a call, in the very
t3 Families supplied at all hours.
S3" Satisfaction given, or so sale. eetSedam
M m C JE s s
By B. A. Vaccaro.
all brands: Ila-
avana Cigars, Ice.,
direct from unstom
House, New Orleans. Oysters, Refreshments, and all
other Luxuries, day and night. octl-3m
TnE Proprietor wonld In
form the public that he has
opened for the season, and I'tted ap in the
best style, and is now prepared to accom
modate the traveling public equal to any Restaurant la
the city. Having bad considerable experience la catering
to the public, be hopes to receive a liberal patronage.
Every attention paid to ay patrons and the public
Wild Game. Oysters. Lobsters, Sardines, always or
hand; the Vest the market aabrds. Call at No. 30 Jef
ferson street, North side, next doer te Mais street.
P. S. Meals at all hoars. aagtS
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DUALS RS IN
PAPEBS OP ALL KINDS,
ij"7 Main-Street, Louisville, .Ky.
CM. HA R VET...
.11. B. HARVEY.
C. M. HARYEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
tOUR personal attentioa HgS5T )jl
v will be given to the Sale or LHas'r'
v Forwarding of Goods or 222Ei-
- address. We will contract Freight on the
above ir re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years experience in onr market
in the pnrchsslBg of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
REFER TO Cook Co., J. c. Grlfang& Bro , Speed
k Strange, nannah & Shanks. declS-ly
J. ITIcFAI5N & CO.,
(LATE TBIPLETT, M'FADDIX & CO.,)
No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour,
Grain, kc, solicited and promptly executed.
II. FITZGERALD. ..CHAS. C. BILL. W0OD1VORTH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Successors to Park, Simpson 4- Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Front Kow, ilempnis,
THE firm heretofore extoting aader the style ot CAPPS
& MILLS was dissolved on the IOih instant, by mu
tual consent. B. n. CAPPS,
J. C. MILLS.
J. C. MILLS will oontmae the business at the oH
stand. No. 18 Madison street. I take pieasare la recom
mending J. C. Mills to my friends and the paaltc as a
gentleman every way worthy of their coniMence ana pat
ronage. B. n. 0APP3.
Cotton Brokers' Marlcin? Ink.
AN article essentially different from what has been sold
heretofore in thli market. Warranted sot to wash
S. MANSFIELD it CO.
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENCY.
FROM aad after the first ef Jsanary, 1867, the under
signed offers his services to the Merchants. Mechan
ics and Professional Men of Memphis, as a Celiecter of
Notes and Acceants.
All Papers placed In my hand wi 1 be secured by re
ceipt and endorsement.
Arrangements made with business bouses by the year;
or for a stipulated p r cent.
Letters addressed to me through the Post Office, or left
at my era op, Northwest cornt r of Matn and Adam streets,
up ktalrs, will receive prompt attention.
decll-3m J. MARSHALL WOODWARD.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
THE highest market prices paid tor rosgti and rendered
Tallow, Lard and Soap Onase. DovS-Iy
c .-a. jei UT. ' s
Prcm i u 111 duller y !
HAVING Just retnrnod from a business tour North,
with all the facilities for taking fine, durable
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, &c.,
I am now ready In person to serve my friends and the
public generally in my line, on the most reasonable terms.
I have no ntw fangled patents and dap-trap processes
to offer the public. My establishment has to stand u
fall amid all the Masonry of its neighbors, upon Us own
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
At Manufacturer's Prices.
AMONG which may be found
. Wm Crompton's nlebrated brands, Lynchburg;
Henderson and Uolcombe brands, '
Dr. James Saunders' " Harry ot the West, 4c. "
O. Ford's Anna Rice, kc, '
R. J. Wade's brands, "
Jas. Thomas, Jr.'s Crescent City Paragon, Richmond ;
Cosby &.Wlnfree'sStar of Rlchm'd Pride of Va.
A. Dill's Fig, Mayflower, ke.
Coleman Wortbam's 0. W. Iris, "
nardsrove's " Indispensable, ftc., " -
0 M. Cosby, (0. M. Cosby brand) DanviUel
Withers k Ayres' Toung America, "
W. T. Sontherllns' brand,
R. P. Richardson " Old Caswell, ReedvHle, N. 0.
With a great variety of common brands too numerous
to mention, allot which will be sold at INVOICE PRI
CES, to close eon.lgnments.
Every article warranted fresh and genuine, and direct
from the factory.
J. B. SHARPS, WheHsale Tobacco Factor,
dec5-lwdaw3m No. 25 Madison street.
Refined Sbcct and Sbrcd Isinglass,
FOR BLANC MANGE, TABLE JELLIES, ic. A
prime article f.r Confectioners, Hotels, and Family
nse. Tobeebtalncd, with dlacctioas for using, of tie
principal Grocers and Drngglits throuebout tbeUsircd
States. PETER eOl
nov22-3a New fork
Iatiatt0ii ilttjlus, (Efr-
(Succeiso to Williamson 4- Hancock,)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Mavana Cigars fc.
NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
26 tierces Sugar-Cured Hams ;
xrgs snot, assorted sixes;
100 bMi Whisky.
AH Of Which wn vlll ..11 i.W. .t. . XT. An
Front Row, Memphis.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
IRrtH PIECES Bagging, hand and power-loom
JLeJtJV Brands; 1150 coils Rape, best brands;
CO hhds. best Brown Sugar;
;000 sacks Coffee ; 60 hhds Bacon ;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra quality;
EOObWs best brand Boston Nails ;
100 bUs. and halt bets Mackerel ;
60 kits Mackerel No. 1;
60 bMs. Clashed Sugar; 25 hexes best Loaf Sugar
10?0 sacks Salt; 64 bUs. Molasses; 63 half bUs do;
100 bet brand Fioux;
100 bMs. best Dexter and Dean Whisky;
100 reams WraDoine Parwr:
And a general assortment of prime Brandies and Wines ;
also. Teas, Pepper, Spice. Ginger, Soda, Shot, Lead, and
an articles kept In our line ef business, which wewBl
sell on the very best terms to our easterners and the
WE have Just received this day, aad offer for sale, low,
10,000 yards Kentucky Jeans and Llndsev. for Ne
gro Oietblag, ot various colors and prices;
200 dozen Old Brandy, bottled la 1S17;
vujcs aim nail ooxes Mar Candles.
TAVaflSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
NV 1 Main stxeri.
THE subscribers keep on hand the Mlowln: articles,
which they warrant to be of first oualitv. and far
1 ale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
K. Carver k. Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ;
Wa$ous, Northern and Southern manuf aetsrs;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot aad Lead;
Brandies and Wises, superior article ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris ;
Together with a general assortment at all articles usu
ally kept In a G rooery store.
GWTNNE k GIBSON,
Jalvi Nos. 1 k.l 3 Exchange BesMinr.
Uli's, Susass, liand
WOULD announce to the ladies of Memphis and the
adjoining country, that she is prepared to
Cut and Make Dresses
after tbe new invent-, style, and at the shortest notice.
She Is prepared with Modess aad Book iostrocttoa
to CUT DRESSES, and all kinds ot Ladies' wearing appa
ral, after the newly Invented. Patterns of MRS. J. C.
GEORGE, of Buaale, New Tork.
Mrs. Susan Land professes to teach or Impart the art
ot Catting to any person in a few hours, so that they cab
measure themselves or others, aad make beaatiful fits.
Her residence Is on the corner of Main and Union streets,
ap stairs, in the third-story. sep3?-6m
eF.S W G o o & :
a, AT THE
EMPORIUM OE FASHION,
And Ladies' General Famishing, Cloak
ana Mantilla EstaDlisnrntnt,
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are now receiving and opening one of
the largest and most magnificent stocks of
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods'
ever brousht to this oity. Also, a very select assort
ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new, Silks, Cash-
m-res, Marenof, DeLalnes, and a large variety ot all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aartienlar attention ts oar Millinery Depart
ment, consisting ot Chenille, Moss and Uncut Velvet,
Satin. Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets; Flow
ers, Feithers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils a Ed Wreaths, $5,000
worth of fine French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and Gimpnre Laces; all styles ot
Emuroideretl, Velvet and Cloth
Ladies' Ck'h and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Dresses, Ladles' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions tor Cloaks and Dress,
es, kc, kz.
N. B. Embroidering and Stamptas done, Cloaks ant
Dresses made to order in a few hoars at cheapest prices.
Ladies, please call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl N. STII LMAN k CO.
paint rt5 cS JruWif rg-
FORMERLTof the Ormef Mooney
SifeGreen, would respectfully ssy te hisoMggQi
teS friends and castotaers that he Is still atKjr
vO-tbe old stand, with a good sappiy of Fruit
Trees, conslstics of
Also, B-spherry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, 1b va
rieties, with a good sappiy of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Reots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attended tc. and all plants gaarantldU order and de
livered any part of the city, free of charge.
Nurssry on Main street, South Memphis.
octll-i6in Receiver of il.ioney h. Green.
TO HORTICULfURISTS AND PLANTERS.
01 itemphW and au'reunding country that
f 1 iuc muu jui nHFmi4i flan wiu vi"
frjlC-S. namental Irees U fast approaching. Great
additions have been made in every depart
ment, more particularly amoEg Fruits. A mere select
and varied folkctwn has never been offered for sale In
tbe Southwest, consisting in part ot over one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, OMs, Seuppemong, California, etc
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; English Walnuts andFilberts, Texas
Pecans, Chesnute.etc, etc.
Green-bouse plants. Bulbous Flower Reots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a-iditlon to the above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence ot having to
move most of my stock on hand, I will sell It very low.
Purchasers may rely on everything being what It Is
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the
Railroad Debot, or addressing
ocll-dSm 3. X. WHEATON.
P. S. Durln; my absence from the city, all orders will
meet with prompt attentioa If left at the store of J.
WlWberger. S. M. W.
ETCHAVARIVE & BRO.,
ariCfc SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the.
ajjjjl Horn Lake Road, have on hand a fine as-
-rsortment of SHRUBBRRT, In every de-9
partment, consisting In part ot
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, Kcct-.iviiics, afce.
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply ot Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asiaragus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft er or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punc
tually attended to, and all Plants guarantied to order
and delivered to any part of the city, f re-j of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens in town
or country, at the shortei t not Ice.
octlT-tm RTCHAVARNH k "BRO.
ON ot about the 15th July, from Mr. Cur-1tn-s
pasture, a DARE. BAT HORSEabont fit
tern hands hlzh, with blask Itgs anil a tew sad
dle marks cn his back A liberal reward win
be given to any person on delivering the above horse to
J. J. MURPHT,
smtrtO-dSwawtf Ne. 64 Front Row, Memphis. Term.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS.
PROPOSALS win be received at the Engineer's Office of
the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, until February
10th, 1S57, for the Grading, Masonry and Bridging of said
Railroad, from Spring Hill to opposite the town ot Colum
bia, about thirteen miles.
The above work comprises some heavy rock cutting;
about six thousand perches ot Bridge Masonry, and six
teen hundred feet ot Bridsinir.
Plans, Profiles and Specifications mar be seen at anv
time, and any farther Information obtained by addressing
J. H. Detereux, Division Engineer, at Columbia, Tenn.
A. ANDERSON. Engineer.
Nashville, Dee. 15, 185S dec2S-atawttllfb5
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHABLESTOK
OTEiV TO COROTE.
-N and after Xov. 15, IMS. THROUGH MAU.TRA1N
J will leave Memphis, DAILT, at 7:00 a. 31., arrtvmz
at tjormin ai vr su r. is., at som.rvnn a-. 10:00 a. a.
Returning Leave Corinth atl r.st.i SomervtnsvS
r. it. Arrives atMemphu at 7.09 r . u.
Thls Train connects at Corinth with a doable Dally
Line ot first clsss Post Coaches te the terminus ef the
Eastern Division of the Memphis and Charles ton Rail
road. Thence by Railway direct, and ceanecUsns sere
with all Eastern cities.
Staging reduced to forty niles, aad track-Ujtsg pro
THROUGH TICKETS sold to the feSowlnz points:
This Train also connects with the Mississippi Central
Railroad to HeHy Springs. Oxford, Grenada. Canton,
Jackson, kc., ke.
Also connects at Grand Jnnctisa9iatlen with Tennes
see Central Railroad to Bolivar, Jackson, Huntingdon
and other places.
Also connects at Pocahontas with Trl-Weekly Line of
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus,
TIIKOCGll TO NASHVILLE Iff 34 HOURS,
Via the Mempbis and Charleston, Nashville and Chatta
ncega Railroads only 40 miles ot Staging, against
3J30 by any other route.
The ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN runs dally (ex
cept Sundays) between Memphis and the Jusctlea with
the Mississippi Central Railroad :
Leaves Junction 7.00 A. M.; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r. at".; arrives at the J unci lea
Freight Trams torre Memphis f-er Pecaaontas DAILT
at 7 a.m. Doors dose at 4 r. u.
Threagh Tickets only, en the above Routes, can be ob
tained at the Commercial Hotel, as wsll as information
coaaectea with the Road.
Passengers are reaaested to paicaase Tickets before en
tering the ears, and save payment ot extra fare.
Baggage checked to all stations sn the Railroad, aad
ao Baggage will be received without being checked.
EaehpasseaiierwUl be allowed seventy-five pounds ot
baggage ky Railroad, aad sixty pounds by Stage ; bat ne
article will be carried as baggage that is not incident to
the person ot the passenger. In case ot loss the Com
pany will bold themselves responsible for an amount not
Negroes, when traveUag alone, must have a permit, na
Baing the point to which they are to go, and specifying
that they are to travel by railroad, or they will net be
epSl Superintendent ef Transportation.
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through. Lino for tho East!
Baltimore and OMo
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (379
miles, and to Washington, (JOO miles,) and presents
the fullest advantages both as a freight aad passenget
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions ot the
AUeghenies; and being solidly constructed, completely
equipped and carefully managed, is one of the most at
tractive and sales 1 luuroaas in tae united a la if 3. The
Central Ohio Railroad, from Geiwaabas aad Zasesville te
Wheeling, unites this road with au port Was et the West
THE OXLT TlIROCOn TICKETS FROM MEMPHIS,
LorisviLLE and Sr. Louis ta the National Me
TRoroLis, are soM by this read, which runs dtrrct to
Washington without the delay et passing through Balti
more. It is also tbe only Una by which baggage can be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
r3-By the mail route from Memphis, take the mall
steamers, running daily for Loai.vtile, connecting there
with mail steamers or Jefferson ville Railroad for Cincin
nati, when they arrive so as to connect with tbe cars of
Little Miami Railroad for uoramtras, connect iz there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark and Zanes
ville, to Wbevtiag. By the express train of this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Washington
as less than 27 boars.
J3-B-! sun to ask far tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
J3Passeagers from Memphis going East threagh St
Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore aad Oass
Railroad. This route lays wroaga Tlncennes, Terr Haute,
Indianapolis, etc, to Wheeling, ever the new Ohio and
Mississippi and ctinnnecting Heads. These connections
axe all direct, and the Uaw tram St. Loass to Baltimore
or Washington is but about 43 hoars. Through Tickets
ly this route may be had ot the Agent, under the Plan-
tefc Houso, at the following rates ; JrTom St. Louis to
Baltimore 25; to Washington $36.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior cars ot
the Baltimore and ocie Railroad, which leave three times
dally for Baltimore, WashiagtoB, Philadelphia and New
Tork. Through la 16 or 17 hours, including stoppages.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of ihe country, aad
general comfort, this road is second to nose in the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment of any Railroad in the United States, and is
prepared to do an Immense business in transportation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and
in the stre.ts ot Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia and New Tork, steamers et Ericsson and Balti
more Steams 11 ir Lines, by Canal and Sea to New
Tork, and ky new Merchants' and Miners' Line ta Boston,
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, kc For
particulars, see freight tariff, copies ot which may be had
ot the Forwarding Houses in the West .r o' J. B. Ford,
Receiving aad Forwarding Agent at Wheeling.
WM. S. WOODSIDE,
Master ot Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVA LLETTE,
JuuSS-ly Astnt, 61 Front Row, Memphis.
NEW ARRANGEMEiNT !
ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND
To the North and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
B& 1 Xj M G
From Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Hours,
Without Break of Guage or Change of Cars or
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
, leaving the same Depot, tor Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, aad
four from Cairo to New Tork. Time f roai Cairo to New
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as lew, and comfort great
er, than by any other rente. Passengers through are
NOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana and
Ohio, to the East and North.
Ako, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Clevtland, Dunklik, and the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers far Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, kc, and with a splendid Line of First Class
Steamers for Sanlt Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Collirg
wood, Toronto, ke.
"rains leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol
6:06 A. 11., Clicago and Dunlelth Express, Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New Tork Central Railroads, through in thirty-one hours.
This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and
Mississippi RaBruad for St. Louis and Vlacennes; at
Pana, with Trains ct the Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincin
nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena.
Dunlelth; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring
field, Naples, Rock Island, Burlington aad Quiney.
6:10 p. M., New Tork Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, except on Signal,
connecting with Main Line Day Express f rem Decatur to
Dunlelth, and arriving at Chicago at 2 r. M.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will find at Dun
lelti, steamers ot the Dnnleith and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, kc. Passengers
for Janesville, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at Frreport with Trains to Beloit and Janesville, and
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. The Maps and Charts indicating the Great Central
Route to the North and East are an exact transcript of
Colton's Map of the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this mute as well as the running
time cards of the connecting Roads, and Judge for them
selves as to the correctness ot the above statements. The
opening ot the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler,
as well as the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North and East, which surpass those ot
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
eling public, the permanency ot the road and structure,
the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves to those who desire In traveling speed,
comfort and safety.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege
of laying over at any point, can be bad at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Offices on the line.
A. T. LAVALLETTE, Agent,
Jun4-ly Memphis, Tenn.
LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
J. A. MANNING,
LEAVENWORTH CITY, K. T.
THE subscriber begs leave to offer his services to the
public as Land Agent, Surveyor, Draftsman, and
Dealer In Land Warrants
He will attend promptly to buying and selling Real
Estate, collecting debts, paying taxes, buying, selling and
locating Land Warrants, and to all business pertaining
to a General Land Agency.
References. Col. E. C. McCarty, Col. J. J. Clark
son and J. D. Henderson, leavenwjrth. City; J. C.
Dougherty and R. B. Hawley, Memphis, Term.; J. R.
Connelly. Hernando. Miss. novl9-w3m
GEO. FLAHERTY & BRO.
RECEIVED per steamboat Lebanon, this day, $3010
worth ef Safes. Tables, Bedsteads.Sofas, Chairs, kc,
all ot which we offer at unusually lew prices, being press
ed for rocm to store them, at corner ot Mala and Union
P. S. Six Places for ss'e. Old Instraments Tuned and
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Open to Como.
ON and after Monday. January 131a, ISnT. THROUGH
MAIL TRAIN will leave Memphis dally (Sandu
excepted.) at 7:30 a M., arriving at Cobs at 10:06 A yc
Returning, leaves Como at 10:10 a. X , aad arrives at
Memphis at 1 r. M.
This Train connects at Como with J. P. McAIexaader k
Co.'. daily 'it of First Class Post Seeches tot Panesa
and Grenada. Staging reduced to S3 anises between Mem
phis aad Grenaca threagh in 15 hears. The tvavesaag
pabiic a ay rely oa this being a shorter and cheaper seate
to Gienaaa, Cantos, Jaeksoa and TMcsewg tnan aar
The FREIGHT TRAIN win make daily trips, flans'
excepted.) from aad after Monday, the 19th of Jeanary
c"jo- It wi be expected that eenslZBees win fcaTe
. essrvit aHISf (M UllssslI
" v asa wau net ac rcspon-
slete for the lees or damage te the sane at that s4knT
Fasseagers are rcaa.sted to panhase uckeia -riZ
the car, and sar. parmt ,xt,a
Baggsgo checked to all staUens ea the Rarad aari-M
beca-ace will b w. . 1. . v . . .' SBd-no
passenger wBl ba aHewed Ho pounds eTbagaaelir Su-
trStOtm hfl iraWsalaa.B.n. .
namsag th. point to whtcnTar. hTgT UTsS
Uatttey.rctotr.vH by X'TZtZ
JoI0 S.IZ.T', .
JACKSON AND NASHVILLE
Memphis and charleston
It A 1 f , W fi a un
v ti a y
IXIO the Mississippi Junction, eniecthg with the 7
1 nessee Central Rjilrn.rf - n-i. .rzi
w,,h j j. wyiys Di5rio7rnr zzzsz
to Jacks, and tri-weekly to NashvinMVnET
aesdays aad Fridays, through ia ' ' Wrt
The traveiiag.paeiic will Sad this the cneaaest. heat aad
laHkest rente. Railroad and Stag tln lhl md
This is the best real, to JkIvLTJJ?.
hears, aad a daylight rote to JaeklS! 1
avawessee G-rl ltaflread is last apacter'LS!
SOW aad ,-iYi7.oBUT,ni-
jcaru io jacKson, - - . . Sinn
""J.,1U ----- o 25
Huntingdon, 7 00
ITS- For Mat. .... . ." " 4.U OU
Prom Memphis to TnoTrervn an tzn
From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50.
Via Jackson, Waynesboro' and
p0J.NBCTING near Brownsville with the Vnaulu
V J and Ml. R-iirr..i ..j t, . . wnia
rxee aad Alabama Railroad. TW. is the ZL7?5Z
to M.4BeTeaae.se,. aad travel .sSSTuX
Oar liae DOtMUtrtH t T-.-n.im w v . .
Co-' " 'r torse poet caches to Na.artoT'
Fare to Gvcnaila SI 00.
Inclading liinnilHis Ticket to IIoRj Sfriugs.
Tho Cheapest and Quickest Eoute
uetween Memphis and Grenada
Is now presented to the nlsc via the
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroad-
FOR tickets or information, apply to
aagiunr aua a. CO.. Agents. Cotaraerctal Hates.
tut. eiezani .id rw.r. i
A tilwV''. 'iSlv uBi t1' Pltest SPRING
. MATTRESS, for uk .
H 31. GROSVEN4SS
A SOTXRIOR a.sortm.nt of Pianos ana Mesodeens.
last reoglved by
H. If. 6B08TENOR.
fjJEcts & Curtains
TUST received, a large assortment of eiegaat Vervet-
Carpets, Rugs, CarUlns, Cornkei, ic.
ta3-tf H. M. SROSVENsMt.
PROF. P. RIVINAC would respectfully innnrrecc te the
citlsens ot Memphis and vicinity, that he wW arte
lnstractloB on the Piano aad Gailar. Also. waaM state
that be will Tana sad Repair Planes, Mesodeens. eta. En
tire satisfaction will be aivta.
Those wishing to Uke lessons win please apply at Alex
ander it White's MnsK and Book store
Those wishlag to purchase a good PUno, Jast eaK on
blra, aad he will select yon the best In the city
Reference Dr. Tuner, R. 3. TMlafere " Dr. Wra.
Rogers, H. S. Bradford. Dr. TalUfere, J. li WtafleW.
Rev. J. IRogers, Eason Jones, BrownsriUe, Teaa.
I TAKE great ptesare m "reeSmJtjiln; Mr. P BI
vTNACto thedtuens of Memphis, aad partaeatasir to
my f nenda, as one of the flrss Teachers la the SeBSeTaad
bopeyoB wlU patronize him la his Hoe, ot bsisteeiaTaa he
gives entire satiifietam. RespeettaBy,
227:1- , J. BARBIERK.
For Sale Low to the Trade.
3S0 nieces beiit Pnw.r.iLtf tx.a t .
50 coils ManlBa Rope ;'
100 pounds Twine.
DOUGHfiaiT k atdlett,
bot2 . 23 Froatow.
I THIS day lest in Memphis, and as I believe, est Wash
ington street, a smalt isemeranda-beik, and S1004 of
Arkansas Swamp La ad Scrip.
No. 1913 fer 49
No. 1014 for 968 SJSW
Uaned In SmtnhT tut . i . . -
r- , w. k j r faig aaoi
This Is to notify the finder who the owner Is, and to give
4M. yciawm wim m W IRtiXBase 1U" SSffiS. A prOPCT
compensation will be given by me ts the finder ea cMverr
"o-tt THOMAS JAMES.
TOMBS, READ AXD F00TST0SES, &c.
iflONSTANTLT on hsAd. VtsHnult . .n A.. i
W tlans, from $100 to $1680. ot Utest style aad pat
terns. Tombs and Head and Feet Stones, tSTnasaedas
low as any other establishment who do their week welt
aad satisfactory. To these needlag anythiag ta the
"vOTjuental line woaM da well to cast aad examine be
fore sendtBgHheir orders to the North. The uadersigBed
will be toand at iAe old tnrf m Irf.n,. . . .
Main and Front Raw, opposite the Worsbaat Haase,
readv to flu tar order., lurhn .ku. K A, v..u- 1
Workmen, no pains shall be spared to give satlsfaettes.
T 1 v. r T nn I. . . .J .
North Mississippi aad the adjacent counties ot Tennessee,
Miuita.un.i.j.,inQ wtk, asM wau centsaoc for
Marble at shop prices, the obfeet et his tour being chiefly
w jcuw.v iuc lutrmtwu m.b orttezs lBst DCSrnvto le
North fer good work. The pabiic being satisfied that
It I. th tMt TlAltrY In MaAAUMT. v In ... l J 1 .
good work aad reasonable prices win keep business at
uvttrc mijto wwta vu ji. oary, ut can eppestte tne
Worsfaam Hosoe. aaeS-wtf j. -tr.
James and William Badgers,")
vs. I PetMien tor the Sale of
Elteabeth Rodgers. et ai., V Real and PersonalPre-
heirs and distribatces. of J perty forDirtiiea.
Culten Rodgers, decd. J
BT virtue-of a Decree of the GesatyOeart ot Saesay
County, msde in the above eaase, at the Jaasary
Term. 1367, of said Ceart. I will offer at oaeeV sale, m
TUESDAT, February IOih, 1E07, oa the premises.
The Tract of Land
belonging to the estate of Cttllen Rodgers, dee'd, aboat S
miles east of Raleigh, oa the LaGrange road, eontafaiig
200 acres, more or less, and also the SLAVES, .seres la
number, belenglng to the said estate
TERMS The Land will be told subject to tie wMaw'i
dower, for one third cash, aad the balance on a credK ot
one and two years ; the Slaves for one-halt cash, and tbe
balance on a credit ot one year, the purchaser giving
bond and good security, and Hen being retained, ea the
Land until rmai paymeBL
JanlO-wtds JOHN P. TREZEVANT. Ctork.
Clerk's Sale of Land.
Wm. Rogers and wife, Maryl
irt Tn.-u. - I
. . I In County Ceart f Shel-
deceased. ' lT po., January Term,
petition ex-parte to sell Land J
tor partition. J
BT virtue of a Decree in the above cause,. made hy tho
County Court of Shelby County, January Testa, 1S57,
I will offer at public sale, at the late residence et QoKea
Rogers, deceased, on the LaGranre and Raleleh mid. An
TUESDAT, February loth, 1S57,
A Tract of Land,
containing 125 acres, beieaging to the htlrs ef lOanit
Bland, deceased, situated in Range 6. Section I, Berth ef
Wolf river, !n the county of Shelby.
Terms Half cash and half on a credit ot one year,
the purchaser giving bend and security, and a Hen being
rtalned on the land until final payment.
JaalO-wtds JOHN P. TREZEVANT, Ceik.
ON good terms for cash, a H0RS2 andBUG-
GT. or Horse without the Burirr. Armlv to
113. decl3-tf .' TH03. CUBRiy.3.
Crystalized Nitrat Silver
OZS. pure Nitrat Silver, for sale by
dc9 WARD k. JONES.
A Store House ror Rent.
ON Front Row, in the centre of business.
Apply to Joseph Barblere, No. 33 Front Row, or
B. B. WADDLE,
nov8 Union street.