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BY M'CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1857.
VOL. VII. NO. 268,
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jno. . m'clanakax, leonidas trousdalx,
wm. m. htttton, benjamin j". dill,
tjxber the sttxe axd firm or
fcFCLANAEAIi, HUTTON & CO.,
To whom ml Letters ok Buiiseis, or OTHER
WISE, SHOULD RE ADDRESSED.
PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION.
DaHy, In edraaee, per annum......... ......... ..$10 00
Tri-Weekiy, " " 6 00
Weekly, " " 3 00
J3" The Weekly pp-r will be xarnlarvd to Clabs of Tea
and asdef Twenty, at $2 58 eicfc ; to Clubs of Twenty
and upwards, at $i each payable inrasUlrfy in adyance,
atd every Crab to fee made ap at see eSee.
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IHVr at S3 59 eacb.
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ber. Esk t the order for the tame is alUudtd with the
Q AH DaUy subscriptions will be coas.dered dee and
payable half-yearly 1b advance.
J3 Thi f.regoter terms will be strictly and rigidly
DAILT RATES FOR ADVERTISING.
Adopted by Me Affeol end Eagle and Enquirer.
For one tqttKil tea nates or less, one insertion.. .$1 03
Per eath aMMwil inserrioB of tame 60
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Ooe sejertre, reaewaMe weeklr, per annam, $0
" " " twice a week, ' 80 00
J3 Two satres, resewaMe weekly, personam, 60 00
" twjee a week, " SO 00
rf- AU advartiseaMoU repaired to be kept oa Meted
pase, CHAUEB as sew each sat, and en third page,
as adTaare ores ataled rale .
tj- dretttMaMts directed to be displayed, or set la
tare ckatged bocble rates.
Jj Tearly i4nrU(n wi 1 be ebarced extra far occn
P71BS aaace erer cts act, and wbeaLAKOE ttfe ii re
quired to be ued, or tbe advertiMBest kept on taiide of
E3 T.arir adverttma will be dkfi' extra at repslar
ratee Wanii, Bee's, KeeaoTals. CopartBertbip So
tice. Te OoBsienees, He.
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trntMa br spec al contract.
EJ- AdTecmessestU to be inserted in tae weetir paper
only, or at rrregBiar roterrals ic ettbw of the papess, will
be enarfed $1 per raoare for every imertion.
AhiwocIik candidates for Stat, Coanty and if l
cictpal OSots, $6 each, to be paid in adraaee is eery
Jj- AU adrertiiieBe&ts for Charitable InatlUtietu,
Tire Cerapaaiea, Ward. Town, and other Poetic Meetings,
to b- charged bait price.
T3T Carriages and Heaths are pnblif bed as newr ; bat
OMane. Tribctr. of Kepect and Faneral InvitatiOBs
as oth;r adrertiseaeats .
AU Legal and Transient Advertisements will be
:barcd by tbe insertion.
Z3T BdKerial Xotices in Local ColnmD will be charged
SO cnt per line
t3-KoddsrtsonorTariaUes win be made from the
KeCLAXAHAX. H0TTOK & CO.
t,. O. RIVES.
ATTORXET AND COCNSELOK AT LATT, Memphis,
Tetn. OBC ia tbe Post OSsce Bnttdisg.
AU bnstee-sesHrnstedtobis care win receive prompt
and fatthfat atlenttoa. CtllectioBS vospstr mada In the
aarretHsdnig eoaaties of fest Tennessee, Mississippi and
J. A. ANDERSON,
ATTORNKT AT LAfT, MemphU, Tenn. 02K in
Walker's BaUdtng, ovr Manss-ld's Drag Store,
Main street. JanlO-ly
HAVING prepared myself well to practice
IJentist.y in Memphis I respectfully solicit
libe patronaze of all wno may need my ser-
' vices in tbe Dental line, and bind myself to
perform all operations on tbe Teeth, and insert Artificial
Teeth in tbe most approved style as well as it can be
done m thi.or any other country.
Oflce on Main street, opposite Worsham House.
. -BT. Af REE H. . AC3.EE.
G. W. & H. M. ACREE,
DENTISTS. Oace Baton Block, Cenrt
' strict, between Main aad Front Row,
IMesnphi, Toae tte.
AH Dntal OperatioDS performed with
tbe least pessiMe pain. Disoases of tbe Alveolar Process
and Ganu treated is the most skiHf nl loaaner. Full or
partial Sets of Teeth set on Gatta Percha or Getd, with
the latest ssprevemeBts, and guabaxtied.
DR. SAMTEL GILBERT, SR., has retaraed to bis eM
hemesteadBearMeaiphis, and reopened bis lafirm
stry, and will remain prmsnent'T- He treats the foltew
i ng Chreitk IHease : Cancers, Scrofiala, Whi e Swelling.
Tumors'SBd W as, witbont Sargical operations. He alsc
treau ail Chronic Female di-e&s-i, S.tcs ef Vong standing.
Tetter, Bbesmatusc, Syphilis, aad all forms of Mercurial
rr G. deetas it nnaeeesFary to say more, as be has Uv
ng witaes5s of bis success from Mains to Oregon,
3 WICEZKSRASI.. ............... ...ED. A. BEECHER.
TTICK.ERSHAM & BEECHER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Office,
No II Jeaersoa street. iaal-tf
SMITH P. BANK.IIEAD,
ATTORNEr AT LAW, Kempt U, T-nn. Coe in the
Pest Omce Block, over Aydtett & Co., third stery.
JOHN A. NOOE,
A TTORNET AT LAW. OCoe in the Pest OBet Batd
r. jbst, Mesnphiii, Tens. nortl-tf
Dr. R. I. LAStil,
LATE StaCPhysidsa aad Director of several Horpitals
in Germany, mtmber of different Medical Societies
ie XewTork bas located in tbe city of Memphis, and of
fers bis services te the pontic as Physician, Accoocber,
and for 341 ecerstaons ia Surgery.
S3 OtSoe ea Washington street, between Main and
2. T. R!CHAKBOX..W. W. WHE ATLET. .M A HISOS.
Richardson, Wheatley & Higgs,
ATTORNETS AT LAW 03oe on the corner of Second
and Court streets, Memphis, Tenn. ocll-Iy
B. C BROWN,
ATTORNKT AT LAW, Marion, Ark., practices in
Phillips. CrittesoB, Mississippi, Green, Randolph,
Lawrence, Independence, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Praaeis
aadMabro Counties, in Arkansas. ect7-dSsa
DR. THOS. KELLER,
T ATE of Twcasnfcia .Alabama, bas located peraaneat-
I J ly fas Menspli'-, ad oSers his services to the pabiic i
In all tbe barancaes of bit profession He bas taken tbe
eSee bersiafore oocapied Ly Dr. Bryan, comer of Shelby
aad Uaase streets. Having recently made a caret nl and
reneral setecttoa of Sorgical Iostrnmenls, he Is prepared
tor all tbe operations of Sorcery. Residence oe Shelby
street, between H J tog aad Tresevaat slrneta.
HASKELL & SEARCY,
A TTORNET" AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Wm. T.
, Haskell aad Bebert Searcy have associated them
trelvss together ia tbe practice of Law. Oatc in the
Walker Week. nvt-d4m
A TTORNET AT LAW, Govtngtcn, Tenn. All bsatntia
entrusted to bis care will receive prompt atteatios.
A TTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., win practice
A in all tbe Courts of Memphis and the Western Dis
trict of Tennessee.
t3T Oace teeth of Cesrt Square, adjoialng that of the
Chancery Court Clerk. marllMy
EGBERT II. OSBORNE
ILL practice Law In the Courts of Hardeman, Fay
ette, Tipton aad Shelby, also in McK:rr aad Har-
dir coeattes, and in the Supreme Car. at Jackson. AH
business eotruMed to bis wj, receive prompt and f attb
ft; attonttoa. H Jk it in the Chancery Clerk's oCce,
B JlTt' Bwueman oonnty.Tenn. nov22
JOHN P. FARRELLY,
ATTORNKT AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
. Tena. OSee comer of Main and JeSVrson streets,
over Lehmas K Oe.'s.
Refer to Boas. Henry Pirtle, W. F. Bullock andMessrt.
A. L. ShotwH Je. Son, Louisville, Ky.; Hen. James Pryor,
CarroDtos, Ky.; McGregor, Alloway & Co., and Moses
Greenwood, New Orleans; E. M. Appersoa & Co., Mem
Q. C. GRASTY,
A TTORNET AT LAW, and CemmissioBer for the
Slates of Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi and Ten
nessee. LOUISVILLE, KT., will promptly attend to bus
iness entrusted te bis care, and enforce the collection of
claims In tbis and tbe adjoining States.
BErxp-ExeES Hen. Jacob Thompson, Oxford, Mist.;
Hon. J. J. Me&ae, Governor ef Mississippi. Jackson;
Hon. H. S. Bennett, Washington City; Col. B. F. Dill,
Mere phis. Tees.; Beat & Duval, Tucker. Braasaa & Co.,
Bankers, Geo. Blancbsvd, Hughes k Hatcbtasea, Louis
J3-0ee, "MarUe HaU Buildings," Fifth street,
between Market aad Jefferson. junS3
P. L. HERROX J. E- ARM3TROKQ.
HERRON & ARMSTRONG,
ATTORNETS AT LAW, Oofleeville, Tabasba county,
. MiMleilppt. Win practice in the conntiesof Yalobu
sha, Tallahatchie, Lafayette, Panola, CarroH. Choctaw.
Chickasaw, and Catboaa. Also, in the United States
Court at Peatotoe, Vice Chancery Court at Carroll ton,
smd High Court of Errors and Appeals at Jack sen.
New Orleaxi MeRat, CeStnan k Co., FanlTulane
k. Co., Beehaaaa, Carroll k Co., J. Dornside k Co..
Frleisea, Fowler i. Co.
MEMPHIS Oessltt, HH1 k Talnudre, Fergaeofl 6:
Keffl, Lowaes, OrctB & Co., 6. D. Johnsen, B. F. Dili,
Appal OSoe. janJO-ly
J. WAIT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL
G & 0 C M M ,
ASD DEALERS IX ALL USDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner f Malm and Union Sts.,
TTAVE always on band a well and carefcEy (elected
JLX ttock ef articles in their line, wnich they will sell at
the lowost current prices.
53" Ordera promptly filled with dispatch.
AXD DEALER IX
TVatclies, Clocks, and Jevrelry,
CORNER OF VAIN" AND ADAMS-ST3.,
TAKES this method cf lnf amine bis friends,
and pnblic sestraltr. that lie has rooTcd frora
his old stand to tbe corner of Main and Adams
Itreets, where he will take pleasure In axhiblUnt
a new and choice let of JEKTSLP.T, to theee who say
orders for malrs in his line. Tie boren. bT (nntr. In- !
tecniy, ana nis eceru to piesse, to fain the confidence
and liberal patronage of all who may find it ccaTnien.t to
vim ci esiaoiisnment.
J3 AH ordera for repairing la every branch of me fraj
sines promp.iy aiienaea m. an31ly
tTe are now receiving and opening oar
Fa51 and Wimter
CONSISTING of every variety of Staple and Pascy Dry
Goods n&oally kept In this market. Ssperaae Blixk
and Bine Cloths, Casslraeres. Doeskins, Cloaks, 31 antlUAs,
Moire Antique, Velvet SbawU, l-e latest style; Ladles'
Dress Goods, of a superior quality ; Craje Shawls, a
lartn lot of Blankets, Negro Cloth, Brogans, Ready Hade
Clothing, Boots an-i Shoes, Hats, and a variety of article.,
too nenwroBS to mention.
All I ask is, "Come one, come all," aad examine my
stock, before making yoor parchafes. I bought tn the
very best terms, and am determined that none shall un
dersell nte. I shall adopt tbe Cash System, enept te
punctual dealers. A. C. BLAIR,
Nc. 277 Hala street,
oct!3-JtwawSai Old Stand vf Ferguson k Nelll.
w. j. tteeb, Oxford, Hlss......s. m. webb, Hemphls,
W. J. WEBB & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
CORXER AfAX.VA.VD U.V0.Y STREETS,
"WILL keep in store a fall and complete stock of Family
Groceries, xua we will sell them as low as we caa aSol
J. B. SHAEPE,
.yo. zo juosuon-sr., caiceen i ron: jaw and J&ain,
TTTOtTLD respectfully laf arm the merchants of Moen-
VV phis and sarroua. lnicconntry, that hebas jnst re
tamed from tbe cities of Virginia, where he established
a permanent Agency :r toe sale of all grades of Vlrg'n
ia Tobacco, and intends te kep constantly on hands
slock equal to the crmaaa, at manufacturer' price.
Beisz fully able to eomp'te with the New Tort. Baltl
more, Cincinnati and New Orleans market i, he invites
tbe attention of all aeaiera in the above article, to lui
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
oe21-d&w t' J. B. SRARPK
A. r. zi'caxe. .......r. s. vriLXiAaia
Sic CANE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to Wheat A: TnylorV)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Duvall'a BluiTs, Arkansas,
At the crottituj of the ileiahit and fjittlt Hock Hail-
mHET keep constantly oa band 3urar. CoSee. Salt.
X Flour, Molasses, and all other artiOis asually kept
in a Grocery, which they win ssll low lor cash or ex
change for H'des, Fars and Peltries, or. any other articles
brought to the marxet.
13" Goods destined for Little Rrck or the adjacent
counties shipped to Dnvall's Bloffj, will be forwarded
immediately, as there are alwavr, wagtns and teams in
readiness to hau. to any point.
UNTO. 3SJEtLOTSn? ZEtOXIV,
oc23-tf MEMPHIS, TENN.
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
H. 07MEWER & CO.,
p EFER to J. 1 Soutter, Esq., President Bank ef th
XX Republic. New Tork; J. K. Sass, Esq.. Presiden
Ban't or Charlestoc, S. C; Messrs. John Frarsr it Co.,
J. W. Caldwell, Esq., Charleston, S. C; Cel. Wra. M.
Churehwell, President Bank of East Tennessee, Knox
vilie; I. B. EIRTLAND, sq., and Messrs. FALLS &
CASII, Memphis, Tenn. sep2T-m
JOHN B. BOTTO '
BOOT AND SHOE
A'o. 66 Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
stEBPSooBstantlyeaband, BOOTS and
SHOES, of his own make, also of other
raanuf aetorets. He keeps, also, Leather,
Sole and Upper. Calf Skins. French aad
American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va
lises, all of which ht wi 1 sell as cheap as any in this
market. Give bun a call before purchasing elsewhere.
A. STKBET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
aazi: MEMPHIS, TENN.
Walker & Brothers,
MAXUFACTURERS OF CLOTniXG,
AXD DEALERS IX
Dry Goods, Boots fc Shoes,
AJ XiolostrtXo nnd 3rtotvl,
No. 79 Front Eow.
f-fti-a WEhavejast received one hundred rases of
f?R?i 4 Clotblng, expressly maanfactured for this mar-
'igjktt. tnA re PenlnS tte fc' selected stocks of
pa"all kinds of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, ever
brought here, which we tSer at tbe lowest possible priors,
being enabled to compete with any house through the
facilities of our bouse in Philadelphia.
We would especially Invite the attention of country
merchants, knowing that w, an and will suit all -d
very -vr Ca'l ard tee. augl6-'
SCHNEIDER Ss. GLASSICIi,
Gunsi , tFtilTLoralcJfcj JlPiastolo,
Jejerton Street, opprtUe Commercial Hotel,
WE ask the natronase cf citizens and
those visiting Memphis. We warrant all
of eur work, and our long experience in
the business will enable us to make or re
pair Guns and other Fire-arms in x superior and werk
raanlfkc manner. asgl-daw$m
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 29S MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS. TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Main ttreet, next door to Odd FeSouf HaU,
X333 VT iXiljbJ3 X3XT
PURE DRUGS ASD MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent aad Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigart,
Brandies aad Wines.
t3 Every article sold by as warranted as represented,
urjeet to be retaraed at our expense. July8-ly
HVOLLINTINE, Eso,., bas removed his Law Office
over tbe Store and Commission House of Powlkes,
Mount k Co., on Jefferson street, between the Post Office
snd Mala street. rp13-tf
A TTORNET AT T.AW. Memphis, Tenn. Office on'esst
side ef Main street, between Jefferson and'Adamt.
Refer to F. Titus, McEwen, Harris k McNeill, J. D.
WHrlams, W. B. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
Xoea, Tltcs a; Co., NswOrltaos. janli-tt
JAMES T. TATLOTt W. D. B0SJ.
TAILOR & ROSS,
GENERAL C03IMISSI0X 31ERCHANTS
IVo. 6 Monroe Street, Nempliis,
WILL snake liberal cih advances on all consignments
of Produce or Merchandise.
Reference! nenaeraon, Terry it uo., a. u. .Nenou a.
Co., New Orleans ; Speed Strange, 1Z. 31. Apperson
Co., Uernphls. novli-3m
PATTERSON, MABSHAL -. & CO
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
Ho. 49 Front Ho TV, Memphis, Tenn.
OUR charges far selling Cotton oa arrival art Firty
Cents oer Bale: for storing and sailing Seventy-Plve
Cents. All Cotton Insured unless olberwist instrnctea.
NX. SMITH. ..J. B. SIEACnAU... i WHITXrlX LT.
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants,
(Hoiby 4- Hunt's Sea Buil&ingi,)
A'o. IS Front Roir, Mcmpliis,
HATH now oa band a fine assortment of Bagging and
Rape of the best branJs, together with a complete
aad well tileeted stock of the various articles usually
kept ia oar business, to which we invite the attention C
Ageatafor the sale of "Pike's ce'ebrated Magnollj.
Whisky," and Jonas, Llojd &. Co.'s Southern Manufac
tured Nails. SMITH, VEACHAM i. CO.
I. r. HILL J. T. HATLIT,
.HILL & HAYLEY,
JSTo. SS rE"x"oxxt Row,
OVER D. II. TOWNSZND'S,
TOR Selling. 60 cnla per bale. For Storiag and Sell
JD Ing. 75 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
stored by as wiu be covered by Insaraace, unless ether
wise ins tract ed.
X3" Baggiag, Rope aad Plaatatian SurpHes furnished
to customers. sepiojawoai
A. A. SMITH T7ICE
....J. n. WHAT.
SMITHWICK, WRAY & CO.,
A'a. 3 Hadiion-it., bevteen Front Row and Main-tt.,
Up Stein, MEMPHIS, TEXtf.
STRICT attention given to SeUla-.ahd Storlns Cotton
and Produce coaslgnedto us.
N. B. Orders for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Sup
plies ailed with care and d spited. Charges for Selling
and Storing Cottoa, fifty cents p-r bale. aug2I-Cm
A. WL. IIOPKIKS afc CO.,
( Suctetsert ta Poiscll t- Co.,)
COMIfSISSION IflER CHANTS,
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
eep!7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
J IT. A. BRTAX,
( M. X. BRTAX,
Late of LaGrange, Tenn,
D. C. WILLIAMS, S
Late of Panola, Miss.
YEMON, BRIAN & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
Xo. 6 Front Row, over Meachnxa ; Galbralth's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping asd
Selling Cotton. Charges 50 cents percale.
KJ-All cotton sent to us will bo cavrred ; Insurance,
unless otherwise Instructed. an 522
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
E. M. AFrERS0X....C. DELOACH....DATID ADAMS,
E. M. APPERSON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AXD DEALERS IX
Bagging;, Rope, Groceries, &c,
No. 65 Front Row. and G Jefferson Street
S3" Particular attention paid to storing, selliag aad
shipping Cotton. aug3-dawSm
FELIX WALKER, X. C. SXIDER,
New Orleans, La. Coffee vUle, Miss.
WALKER & SNIDER,
Cotton IP act or s
No. 123 Canal Stroct,
JalylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
. M. HOKTOX, n. C. BORTOX,
LateHorten tc Hunter. Late of Monthalla, Miss.
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
No. 2Meiiion-St.,oppoiite I. JJ. Jarflana" OJice,
K will continue as heretofore, giving special atten
tion to the Sale and Storage of Cottoa, at fifty cents
per bale, and to the eelectlon and purchase of any article
in market. OCce removed from No. 3 Front Rtw to No.
X Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank. angSO
S. II. GATES A. SI. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON EACTOBS, GBOCEBS,
Produce and General Commission
roar o asc :rcr t ss ,
AV. 3 Union Street, between Main and Front Bote,
AFTER an active application to business, for over
. eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage of our friends in tbe capaolty of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of oar ability to please aueh as may
confide their business te our charge. Our stock of Bag
ging, Rope and General Supplies will not be excelled in
the eity. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Produce, in store, will only be efiected upon actual
lnstrnctisns, or wbta under advance. Sblpmenls 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 ss liberally patronised as
during years past, we shall offer the same inducements aa
heretofore for a continuance of tbelr patronage.
Jnal3-dawly GATES k WOOD.
WARD LAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
"pvEALERS in Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Oofitee, Mc
J lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wins, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock eew on baud, and for ssle at reasonable prices.
3Cath advances made on Cottons la store tor sale or
shipment. AU Cottons Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Oar Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to ns by water; also, tbe risk of Fire whBeln
store, unlets otherwise instructed. Our prices for storing
and telling Cottons, tbe same at we bare charged for
vars at (WW cents per bale. lulyS)
BEX J. REID
J. M . REID.
B. REID & BRO.,
NO. SS FRONT ROW. MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LL Cotton seat to our address Insured, unless instrne-
erdvs fiJUA with ears,
eurh pw tK.
Store and Sift
Corttn at fifty
T P. ATDLETT J. C. DOUGHERTY,
Nets Orleant. Memphit.
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
NO. 85 GRAYIER-5T., NEW ORLEANS.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
NO. II FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash advances on all Cotton or other Pro
duce shipped to T. P. AyiSlett k Co., New Orl'ana.
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
dtrt0-dawa NO. 9 FRONT ROW,
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
35 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
CASn advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
consigned as above, by MILES OWHN.
T J. DAVIDS OX .J. B. ELLIS ..A. C BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
No 519 .Afcln Street, Eatt side bettseen Jeffenon end"
JLiasu, MempAU, Tenn.
TsOPE, Baggluz and rianiaimn supplies always oa
XV hand. inn30-dawtf
J. M. PATRICK & CO.,
COTTON" D51,-e2L OTOEIS
NO. IS FRONT now, MAiairais, xjaa..
TTTlLL glvestrlct attention u au uouea stnius itrssie
W in this market, or sDipmeat.
cotton eonslcned to us will t Insured ssalnst tbe dan.
r. n wivrr Navlratlon and Fire while la store, unless
otherwise instructed. Orders for Bigglng, Rope and
Supplies will meet our prompt attention.
augi3aawum . i. AimuK .
15. 'MBBI jL TL-s
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet Front Row &Main,
(SO Dill SIDE,)
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale aad shlpmeatof
Cotton and other Produce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies famished at
lowest market prices. txia
oJ- 1L. Terser s
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
fjlosDy ea nunrs jmcw xsiouh,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
' WILL pay particular attention to filling orders for
. Groceries, Bagging ana ttope, ac.
ORirrixo b. GRirrixo.
J. C. GRIFFING & BKO.,
Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
E will furnish supplies to our friends ss Heretofore,
and make advances on shipments to our f riends ia
JSTo-w Orleans S'isrsaa..1
S. THEOBALD.. J. C. ORIFriXO..E. S. THEOBALD.
Frankfort, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. Frankfort, Ky.
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
NO. 71 CASIP STREET,
InlylPrdawtf NEW ORLEANS. LA.
L. C "uBIIU.
Holly Springs, Miss.
MASON & N0RVELL,
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
CONSTANTLT oa band, Bagging, Rope aad Plantation
. BEASLET A. W.LOTIXO.
BEASL.EY & E.OYING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
G- onoral Gr x" o c o r g (
NO. IS FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on band.
Charges flftv entt per bale, all other Produce at
u,ual raees. Itistraetlons strictty oceyeu, ona prompi
r-mltanco. AU Podnce insured, unless otherwise In
structed. aog20 dawly
8TERLIKO FOWLEES SAMUEL C. HOCJT.
TIIOS. JETFESSOX TOWLXES.
FOWEItES, MOUNT & CO.,
Post Office Building, Jofierson-St.,
1TORK COTTON in Fire-Proof Warehouse. Insaraace
2S per cent, less than any bouse in the city.
V Cotton In store placed nnder insaranee, unless ln-
tmrte,! tn the contrarv.
53- Cotton consigned to us on good eteam, keel and
fiattwats covered by our Open 1-oliey of Insurance, ur'.ess
otherwise expressed in face of Bill Lading.
JjJ- Ordais for Bagging, Rope aad Plantation Snptlcs
solicited from our patrons. Jnly2-daw7m
E. 0AS31IEM. & CO.,
For the Sale, Stirnge and Shipment of
NO. 69 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL orders for Bagging, Bale Rope, Groceries, Provis
ions and Plantation Supplies, ailed carefully and
oromptly. at the lowest current rates. eagl-wly
STRATTON, McDAYITT & CQ.,
GROCERS AND GENERAL
NO. 70 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TRNN.
ALL consignment! Insured unless otherwue instruct
ed. Agents fo'GEISWOLD'a" celebrated COTTON
We continue to Store and Sll Cottoa at FIFTY CENTS
per bale. .
On hand, a large ttock of rower-locm and India Bag
glng. Machine adHandR.pe, together with aheavy stock
of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wc
will furnish to our customers at the lowest market pi ice.
aui!2w6m S., McD. &CO.
S. TRASSIOL! T. II. WILLIAMSOS-
FRANSIOLI & VvlLLIAUISON,
Importers, Whoiesale and Retail Dealers in
French and German Vases,
SIIWEB, SILVER PLATED,
GERMAN SILVER & BRITANIA WARE,
FINE TABDE CUTLERY, &c, &.e.
1M Main Street, Memphis.
A LSO, Looking Glasses, Looking Glass Plates,
XX Trays, Parlor Lamps,
Chandaliers, Girandoles, etc,
G. B. liOCE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
83 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales cf City or Country
Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every description,
FumltUTe, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and
Leasing Property, ke.
Storage and Consignments solicited.
Having engaged tbe services of Mr. J. M. Caldwell,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, late of Uontsrille, Ala
bima, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
talis of every description. Liberal OAsn Advances
2IADE OX COXSIOXMEXTS.
EStorage and consign meats solicited.
P. S. I am Agent for The Adams Essprsss Compsny.
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BT
Fashionable Hatter, 75 Front Row.
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT
octt2-ly No. 75 Front Bow.
C. C. MAYD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
TTTHERE tsn be found all description of Grave Wort,-j
r 1 wnicn win ve lurouoru as eoeap as 11 caa be got
in any matket West. Also, Building Work done at short
It It to the Interest of all persons wanting sueh work to
purchae from the yams at Memphis instead of purchas
ing from Agents, as tha Manulactors hare to add' tbe
twtnty percent, that it paid Agentt to the work sold by
tbem. Soutkerntrt, look to your interest.
dtc-dawlo C. C. MATDWELL.
TIIK sabscrlbrr havinc opened the above men-
1 tiesed Hou-e, on tbe West side of Shelby stteet,
I between Gayooo and Union, it aow prepared to
L receive an who may favor htm witn their pat
ronage. His henee ia tltuated coavenleut to the steam
boat laadlog, and contlHoout to tbe boNlness portion of
the city, and passengers wishing to take the Kali roads
can take the omnibuses from the door Tbe House is
entirely new, and bas been newly fertilised from top to
bottom. He solicits a share of tbe public patronage.
deel8-2ra M. W. MASON.
Cornor of Main, and Adama street.
,! MEMPHIS, TENN.
THIS House is situs ted in tbe centre ll bnstness, ana
is nowdlnlsaed and In complete order. Tbe PftaHsetor
pledges bfeself it shall not be surpassed by any Bsnse la
the Sontl west.
Being grateful for the very liberal pat-onage betdowec
on htm for the tost two years, be hopes by street atten
tion to buslne.s to merit a oootsnoence of tbe sMnr.
X?-tt J. J. WORaHAM, Proprietor
CORN Eft FRONT ROW AND JEWSRSON STS.
rpHIS establishment has just undergone tboroacb re
X pairs la every department. Rostnt newly peia'ed
aau paperea , Decern mciooxbly reoorated ; tbere M Bet
even a atr that it not new or equal to new ; carpeit
mostly new, &c. In one word the hoese is n.v in de
cidedly better oner than it bas ever ti staeettwat
built. Very grateful for the- liberal patrons to tbe
House since I have occupied it, aad havinc renewmUwe
leatet, one on tbe noose, the other 'ipott my age, I nof e
io or xui lagive more attention man Heretofore. J in
aeterminea to make my gueito cetafbrtaMe.
oe7-tf . D. COCKRKLL. Proprietor
U'ORSRAM iiuUSE COSFECTIOXERY.
WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie Wor-
TT'EEPS constantly on band a lAireaMortaoeat of Green
Xb- aod Dry Frnits, Fruits in tbelr own Juice, Jetties,
Preserves, Sard Mrs, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, rttxieii, cxroiais, syrups, nne wines, urandiet, an
in coanecttoa with tbis ettafe-
' , lV ... IT . . . , A .
Salwn, aad will ncelre FRESH
OYSTERS by everv packet.
aovlS-rtly S. P. BltlCHKTO.
By V. BACIGALTJPO,
Corser Washington-St. aad Front Eew.
1 3 E. fc-J-f r OYSTHRS by even- Packet, and it
9LbCe3r will live him a call, ia tbe verv
Cg" Families ruppluxl at an boars. -
Satlsfactiou eiven. or no sale. eetK-dlra
jB E S S
My 13. A. Taccaro.
.rOTPb. ? ?U0.?S'
VeV GtN S Taaa Cigars, &c,
Ssics direct from Custom
House, Nrw Orleans. Oyttrrs, Refreshments, and all
ether Luxnrl?t, day and night. oct I7-3m
P. H. HEINRICH & BEO.,
237 MAIN STREET,
T7"EEP constantly on band a large variety of PLAIN
iV and FANCY" O INDIES CASKS, rru.ts, Pr-serves.
rtc , wholesale and retail. We are also prepipd to tar
nish patles at the shortest notice.
. ,-, r-r IN coaneciion witn tut we
Nf i P. -? ekwp c.pen our LADIES' usd
(tT VoGENTrLRMENS OTMAR SA
51s ASs LOON from S o'clock A . K.. to 12
o'drck p. M.,and are receiving during tbe whole season,
FRESH OYSTERS by every steamir. We solicit a share
of the public patronage. nov3-dm
THE Proprietor would !D- , ffrrnnT
form tbe pabiic that he hasesSSfi
opened for the season, and fitted ni- in tbe
best style, ana is now prrpared to accom
modate tbe traveling pnblic equal to any Restaurant in
tbe city. Havint; bad considerable experience in catering
t3 the public, he hones to receive a liberal patronage
Every attention paid to my patrons and tbe pEtlic
WltdGeme, Oysters, Lobsters, Sardine, always or
band ; tbe best the market affords. Call at No. M Jef
ferson street, North side, next door to Main street.
P. S. Meah at all hour. aoglS
M. HARVET K. S. HARTXT.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIBR-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR pTtonal attention
will be given to the Sale or f
Forwarding ef Goods or ,
Produce consigned to our"
f t-w aaari'ss. w e win cmiiraci rreigoi oa lae
above rr re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels.
We have had several years' experi-nce In oar market
In tbe purchstlBK of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
r.ErxR TO Cook & I'o . J. C. Giifflog it Bn , Speed
V Strange, Hannah ic Shanks. eer2-iy
J. SEcFABBIN & CO.,
(LATE TRIFLETT, W'rADDIH & CO.,)
No. 28 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour,
Grain, &c, solicited and promptly executed.
LOUISYILLE JAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS,
477 Main-Street, Leuisvillc, Ky.
II. rlTZQERALD...CHAS. C. BILL..J. WOOOWOKTH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
f Surceuori to Part, Simpton - Co.,)
Grocers, Pfotlncc Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Front Row, Memphis,
GENERAL 10LLECTING AGENCV.
FROM and alter tb flt of January, 1887, tbe ander
slgned offers his services to tbe Merchants, Mechan
ics aad Professional Men or Memphis, as a Collector of
Notes and A' counts.
All Papers placed in my band wi I be secared by re
ceipt and endorsement.
Arrangements made with business bouses by tbe year;
or for a ttipalated per cent.
Letters addressed to me tbronsb the Poet OsBee, or left
at my oQc, Northwest convrof Main and Adam streets,
up ftai -i. will receive prompt attention.
decll-3m J. MARSHALL WOODWARD.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Mexnpliis. Tenn.
rpHE highest market pric- s paid for roeaii and rendered
A iabow, Lara ana soap urea.
O j3i. DR. jEt S
Pvcmiu m Gallery!
HAVING Jast retumod from a business tear North,
with all the facilities f r taking fine, darable
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, &c.,
I am new ready ia person to serve my friends and tbe
public generally in my line, on tbe most reasonable terms.
I bare no newfangled patents and clip-trap processes
to offer the public. My establishment bas to stand ct
fall arald all the blazonry of its neighbort, upon Its own
03 0,000 X7tr o Tg t Tr
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
At Manufacturer's Prices.
AMONG which may be found
Wm Crompion's celebrated brands. Lynchburg;
Hesderson and Holcombe brands,
Dr. James Saunders " Harry of the West, ic "
C. Ford's Anna Bice, &c, it
Jl. J. Wade's brands,
Jas. Thomas, jr.'s Cressent City Paragon, Richmond ;
Cosby k Wlnfree's Star of Riebm'd Pride of Va. '
A. Dill's Flp, Mayflower, te.
Coleman Wertbam's ' 0. W. Iris,
nardsrove's ''Indispensable, ke., i
0 M. Coby(C. M. Cosby brand) DanvlHo;
Withers fe Ay res' Tonne America,
W. T. Southerllns' braad,
E. P. Richardson " Old Caswtll, ReedrWe, N. 0.
With a great variety of common brandt too namerous
to mention, allot which will be sold at INVOICE PRI
Ever, article warranted fresh and gennine, and direct
from the factory.
J B. SHARPE, Wholesale Tobacco Factor,
i!ec5-lwdaw3m No. 24 Madison ttreet.
C O OSMM
Rcflned Sheet and Shred Isinglass,
nOR BLANCMANGE, TABLE JELLIES, fce. A
prime article fsr Cen!laers Hotels, and Family
nse. TobeebtainM, with dlrectloas Its using, of lie
principal Grocers and Druggiits throughout' tberrnKeJ
Staws. TETEll COOPE3,
norSS-Jm New Ybrk.
fSucctttorfo inaioBUon Hancock,)
PINE WINES, BRANDIES
Mavmia Cigars &.
NO. U FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
Beceived this Day,
J 60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard ;
25 tierces Sugar-Cured Haai ;
SO kegt Shot, as sort d sizes:.
AH of which we will tell cheap for cash at Jf. 49
JI S. B. WILLIAMSON,
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
1 rrl PIECES Esggtng, band and power-loom
.wvy rranos, iuucous uope, beat brands;
60 bbds. best Brown Sugar;
tacks Coffee ; 60 bbds Bacon ;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra qaaUty;
680 bUs best brand Boston Naiis ;
100 bids, and half bkls Mackerel ;
SO kits Mackerel No. I;
60 bbls. rtasbed Sugar; 55 boxes best Loaf Sugar
1060 tacks Salt; 5 hWs . Molasses l to half bbls do;
100 bet brand Floor ;
180 bbls. best Dexter and Dean WMsiy ;
100 reams Wrapping Paper ;
And a reneral iiurtmMi ..-jt a
also. Teas, Pepper, Spice. Ginger, Soda, Shot, Lead, and
an articles kept in oar line ef businest. which we will
tell on the very best terms to our customers and the
iranr generally. augH
WE have Jast received this day, and offer far sale, low,
18,068 yards Kentucky Jeaas and Lindsey, for Ne-
aro uietoing, or various cofort and prices;
909 desen Old Brandy, bottled In 1317 ;
ISO boxes an half boxes Star Candles.
DAVIDSON, E.LHS k BLAIR,
Ne. If Main street.
rpHE subscribers keep on hand the following articles.
X which they warrant to be of first nuaHtv. and for
Wheat Fans aad Threshers ;
E. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cotton Gut ;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture;
Flour, Salt, Whitky aad Tobacco ;
Sagar, CoOee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot aad Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior artloie ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris :
Together with a general assortment of all articles usu
ally kept is a urecery store.
GWTNNE k GIBSON,
Jalv2 No- 1 aad 2 Exchange Building.
TTTOULD annoance to the ladies of Memphis and tbe
f r aigoinmg country, that she Is prepared to
Cut and Mako Dresses
after tbe new lavnted style, and at tbe shortest notice,
She .1 prepared with Models and Book instrnctijn
to CUT DRESSES, and all kiads of Ladies' wearing apua-
rai. arier ine newiy mveniea ratums of MRS. J. C.
GEORGE, of Buffalo, New Tork.
Mrs. Susan Land professes to teach or Impart the art
oi uniting to any perron in a few bonrs, so that they cab
measure themselves or others, and make beautiful fits.
Her residence is on the corner of Main and Union streets,
up stairs, in tbe third-story. sep27-6m
EMPORIUM OF FASHION,
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cioai.
ana liianuua Establishment,
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE art now receiving and opening one of
the largest and most magnificent stocks of
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Good..
evr biouxht to this olty. Also, a very aelect assort
ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new. Silks, Cash
meres, Marenoi, DeLalnes, and a large variety of all
styles for Street. Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aarticular attention ts our Millinery Depart
ment, consisting of Chenille, Moss and Uncut Velvet,
Satin. Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets ; Flow
ers, Feathera, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5,000
worth of aae French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and Gimpure Laces ; all styles of
Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladies' Cloth and Velvtt for Cloaks, Drets Cast, Head.
Dretees, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets", Kid Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress,
es, ic., ke.
N. B. Embroidering and Stamping done. Cloaks ant
Dresses made to order In a few hours at cheapest pricea.
Ladies, please call before purchasing olsewbere. '
Orders from tbe country promptly attended to.
octl N. ST1I LMAN k CO.
patut Srtc s JjntMjcr
. FORMERLY of tbe firm f Mooney it
2ip8 Green, would respectfatly i ay to blsoM'
f rieLus and customers that be Is ttfil at'
J22 the okl stand, a 1th a good -.apply of Fruit
iiwa, eousianng of
Also, R-spberry, Strawberry and Grape Tines, In va
rieties, with a good aupply of Evtrgreens, Gretn House
Plants, Balbous Reots, Rhnbarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order
oa a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attended to. and all plants guarantledto order and de
livered any patt of the city, free of charge.
Nursery on Main street, South Memphis.
octU-dfim Receiver of Mooney k Green.
TO HORTICULrURISTS AND PLANTERS.
I would respectfully remind the eltirens
of Memphis and su'reumting country that
tbe season for transplanting Fruit and Or
namental lrees i, fast approaching. Great
additions have been made In everv denart-
nwui. more particularly among Fruits. A mere select
and varied toUectibn has never been otftrJ for sale la
the Southwest, consisting in part of over one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, Ohle, Scnppernong, California, etc
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries. Strawberries, Currants,
Goosebetvles, etc.; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
Pecans, Cbesnats, etc., etc.
Green-bonse plants, Balbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 3,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a 'dition to the above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Bales, of all binds. In consequence of having to
move swet of my atock oa hand, I will tell It very low.
Purchasers may rely on everything being what it Is
represented, aad sales miy be effected on very favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near tbe
Railroad Debot, or addressing
ocll-dSm S. K.WHEATON.
P. S. During my absence from tbe city, all orders win
meet with prompt attention if left at the store of J.
WBdberger. S. M. W.
ETCHA.VAR1VE & BKO.,
SITUATED la Fort Pickering, on the
TTorn Lake Road, have on hand a fine as
sortment of SHRUBBERY, in every Ce-I
partment, consisting In part ef i t
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, Nectarines, &c.
Also, Ratpberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in ti
rl.tlet, with a good supply of Evergreens, Greta House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Atiaragcs.
Ord-ri from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be pene
taally attended to, aad all Plants guarantied to order
and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranglns; and laying off Gardens la town
or country, at tbe shortest notice.
ccm-im KTCHAVARNS 3c BRO.
For Sale Low to the Trade,
JUU 30 pieces best Power and Hand Loom Bsggla:
00 c Us Machine Rope;
50 coils Manilla Rope
100 pounds Twine.
DOCGHERST k ATDLETT,
anvS S3 Front Row.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS.
PROPOSALS will be received at the Rnglneer's Ofaes of
the Tennessee and Alabamt Railroad, until February
10th, 1S57. for the Grading, Masonry and Bridging of raid
Rsilroad, from Spring HiU to opposite the town of Colum
bia, about thirteen miles.
The above work comprises tome heavy rock catting;
about tlx thousand perches of Bridge Masonry, and six
teen hundred feet ot Bridziag.
Plans, Profiles and Specifications may be teen at any
time, and any .further information obtained by addressing
J. H. Deverbcx, Division Engineer, at Columbia, Tenn.
. t A. ANDERSON, Engineer.
Nasavlllt, Dm. 15, IMS dtoS8-ltwttllfM
. . -t -z-z- ; . - iki",'r .-aisaLtadMBL-i -zmLmmM
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
JL tt O o &
OPE IV TO CORINTH
-Nand after Nov. 15, 1858, THROUGH MAILTRAIN
wiu leave iiempais, vxilt, at 7:00 a. at , arriving
wfiium i-.j'j r. zi., as somervuie at 10. VO a. m.
jwiurniBg Leaves Lorinut at I r. at. Somerriila.
r.M. Arrives atMrmohia at 1.00 r.yi.
ZTbls Train connects at Corinth with a double Daily
Line of first class Post Coaches to tbe term inc. r it.
Eastern Division of the Memphis and Charleston Rag-
roaa. Thecee by Railway direct, and conaectieas sure
with an Eastornclties.
Suglng reduced to forty rAUt, and trsck-laytag pro-
THROUGn TICKXTS told to the toHowlsg points :
HUNTS VI LLE.
Tbis Train also connects with tbe Mississippi Central
junroaa to iienr sonnzs. oxfera. Gnssua. rjaaton
weuson, etc., c.
Also connects at Grand Junction Station wHhTsaees-
te Central Railroad .to jiSuilvar. Jackson. Hustiagdea
aad other places.
Also connects at Pocahontas wMb Tri-Weeklr Line of
uoacaea u Kipiey, i-oatouc, Aberdeen aad Oeluaaas.
TIIKOUGU TO NASHVILLE IN Zl HOURS.
Via the Memphis and Cbarleitoa, NasbvUle and Cbatta
nuoea Railroali only -iO miles of SUging, against
inn ty any ointr routo.
The ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN runs dafly fex.
cept Saadays) between Mtmpbis and the Jucctlsa with
tbe Mississippi central Railroad:
Leaves Junction 7.00 A. u. : arrives at Memphis 11:90
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r. at.: arrives at the Jasetioa
C:00 r. M.
Freight Trains le. -ve Memnbis fsr Pecahontas DAILT
at 7 a.m. Doers dose at 4 r. M
Th rough Tickets only, en tbe above Raates. caabeab-
tainea at tae iMmmeresai list el, as well as iafermattos
cosaecsea wiin tae Jtoto.
Passeagers are requested te purchase Tickets before tn.
wring iae cars, ana save payment of extra fare.
Baggage checked to all atattoas ea the Railroad, and
no Baggage win be received without belag checked.
Eacb passenger wHI be allowed seventy-live ceads of
baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage; bat no
article will be carried as baggage that is not IncMeat to
the person ef lae passenger. In case of toss tae Osa-
paay will bold themselves responsible for aa aaueat cot
negroes, waea traveling alone, mast have a permit, na
ming the point to which they are to go, and specifying
that they are to travel by railroad, or they wist not be
p2I Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, &c
Direct Through Line for the East!
JSaltimore ami Oliio
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (ITS
miles.) and to Wanbington, (100 miles.) and unseats
the tallest advantages both as a freight and passenger
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
AUsgbenles; and being solidly constructed, completely
equipped and carefully managed, ts one of tbe most at
tractive and safest Railroads in the United States. The
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus aad ZaaesvlUe to
Wheeling, unites this road with all portions of tab West
The oxlt Tiiaocan Tickets moat Memphis.
LorisviLLE and St. Locis to the National me
tropolis, are soM by this road, which rans direct U
iv asntngun witaout tne oelay of passing through Baltl
mure. It Is also the only line by which baxgage caa be
checked to Wasblagtoa from the Ohio river.
T?By tbe mail ROUTE from Memphis, take tbe cub
steamers, running daily for Louisville, connect Is; there
with mill steamers or Jesssonville Railroad for Cincin
nati, when they arrive so as to connect with tbe cars oi
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, connecting there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark and Zaaes-
ville, to Wheeling. By the express train of tbis route,
tbe time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Washington
is less than 27 hours.
r?"Be sure to ask for tickets by tbe Baltimore and Ohio
ill u raid Rome.
tr-Passengers from Memphis going East through St
Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. Tbis route lays through Vlncennes, Terra Haute,
lndianapobs, etc., to Wheeling, over the new Ohio aad
Mississippi and connnecting Roads. These connect Wei
are all direct, and the time from St. Louts to Baltimore
or Washington is but about 43 hours. Throuzh Tickeu
ky this route may be had of the Agent, nnder the Plan
ter's Uousa, at the following rates ; From St. Louts to
Baltimore &S5: to Washington $26
At Wheeling tne passenger takes the superior cars ol
tbe Baltimore and Ohio Kail road, which leave three times
daily foe Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New
Tork. Through ia 16 or 17 hours. Including stoppages.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of the ooaatrr. aad
gsneral comfort, this road Is second to none la the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment of any Railroad in tbe United States, aad it
prepared to do an Immense business in transportation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and
in the strests of Baltimore with tbe Railroad to Philadel
phia and New Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and Balti
siore Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to New
Tork, and ky new Merchants' aad Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Norfelk, Charleston, Savannah, ic. For
particulars, tee freight tariff, copies of which may be had
of the Forwarding Houses la the West, or o' J. B. Ford,
occcivmg ana a orw truing Agent at r neesmg.
WM. S. WOODSIDE,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLETTK.
JnnlS-ly Agent, 51 Front Row, Memphis.
ESPECIALLT FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND
To the North and East!
hrough in Three Days and a Half to
1 jl jr o cn:
Fran Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Howe.
1f:flMit n.,.l.f i'... r
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cart
, leaviBg the tame Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Fattj,
Rochetter, Albany, New Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
aad Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, aad
f oar from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare at low, and comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passtagers through are
XOT aubjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana and
Ohio, to the East aad North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, tor Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad aad Steamers fsr Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, ke., aad with a splendid Line ot First Class
Sttamert fsr Saalt Ste Marie, Lake Superior, CoBinz
wood, Toronto, ke.
""ralni leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol
6:05 A.M., Chicago and Danleith Express, Sandayi
This Train connects st Chicago with New Tork light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New Tork Central Railroads, through ia thirty-one hours.
This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad for St. Louis and Vlncennes; at
Pana, with Trains cf the Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincin
nati; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena
Dunleith; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring
field, Naples, Rock Island, Burlington and Qnlacy.
6:10 p. it.. New Tork Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, except on Signs',
connecting with Mala Line Day Express from Decatur to
Dunleith, and arriving at Chicago at 2 p. at.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will find at Das
leitb, steamers ot tbe Dunleith and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for La Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, ax. Passengers
for Janeavllle, aad Central and Eastern Wisconsin can.
nect at Freeport with Trains to Belolt and JanesviBc, and
from thsnce to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
consin, The Maps and Charts Indicating lh Great Central
Route to the North and Eatt are an exact transcript of
Cotton's Map ot tbe United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as well as tbe rnmiag
time cards of the connecting Roads, and Judge for them
selves as to the correctness of the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thns forming a speedy and direct means of.
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and'
the Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler,
a. well as the business msn, attractions aad facilities
for reaching the North aad East, which surpass those of
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company for tbe convenience of the trav
eling public, the permanency of tbe road and structure,
the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cart, com
mend themselves to those who desire la traveling tpetd,
comfort and tefety.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege
ot laying over at any point, can be bad at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Offices on the line,
A. T. LAVALLETTK, Agent.
Juni-ty 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, bad
Dealer In Land Warrants
He win attend promptly to buying and telling Real
Estate, collecting debts, paying taxes, buying, selling and
lecatlng Land Wamnts, and to all business pertaining
to a General Land Agency.
BEPERE-tCES. Col. E. C. MeCarty, Col. J. J. Clark
son and J. D. Henderson, leavenwarth City; J C
Dougherty and R. B. Hawley, Memphit, Tenn.; J.
Connelly. Hernando. Mist. novl9-W3m
GEO. FLAHERTY & BRO.
RECEIVED per tteamboat Leianon, this day, S30M
worth et Saftt. Tablet, Bedtteads,Sofat, Chairs, ke.,
all of which we ofler at unusually ltw prices, being press
ed tor ro:m to store them, at corner of Maia and Union
P. S. Six Fiasss for tale. Old Instruments Tuned and
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Orpon. to Cottio.
ON and alter Monday, January 12th, 1887. TlOrOtMTH'
MAIL TRAIN will leave Memphit dally. (Swadapt.
excepted,) at 7:10 A. ii., arriving at Co mo at lShlSftA. yt.
Returning, leaves Como at 10:19 a. St., aad arrfees at
Memphis at 1 P.M.
This Train coouects at Como with J. p. McAtexander ft,
Co daily line of First Class Post Celebes str Paaefa
aad Grenada Staging reduced to 62 mists b twees Mem
phis aad Grenaca throogh in 15 hours. Tbe teareitng
puMK a ay rtiy on this betns a shorter aad eheaper son'
to Gienada, Canton, Jjxisoa aad Vkk.borg tnan air
The FRE1G HT TRAIN will make daily trips, (Saadays
excepted.) from aad after Mosday, the 19th of Janeary,
to Como. It wilt be expected that eetsebraeea will bave
rraagements made to receive their gee4t at ttn statiee
oa arrival, as tha Company hare only temporary aRaagt
raema far taking care of freights, and wtu not sw respon
sible for tae loss or damage to tbe same at tbat atatteo.
PasseBgers are requssted te porthase ttcsess beasts
eatetiB tbe ears, and tare payment ef exits tare. '
Bagge checked to all ttatiess en tbe Railswsd- asaVa.
baggage will be iweivrd wttboat bets eaetW. Jfett"
passenger will be allowed KO posads of kyiggsge by Ratl
road, aad 60 pounds by stage, bat no article wtB be car
ried as bassjage tbat is sot iatldeat to tbe persea at tbe
coflo.i,tbe Compary will bold tbemstlves r
teotMiMe ftr aa amonat ne exceeding SM.
E3-Nroet, wb-n traveling atone, as.l have a ptetatt,
BamiBg tae petnt to which they are to go, and ntJeHTtmi
that tbeyare to travel by RaUread. or UwtaTS?S. .
E. M. PATRICK,
Frora Memphis to Jackson, S3 50.
From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50.'
Via Jackson, Waynesboro and
n0NN5Cn-VG near BrowsKvOte with tbe Msma
O and Ohio Railroad and at Taoasp wlaCZ
aessee and Alabama Railroad. This u the esVtiess least
to Middle Tennessee, and travelers r,
pains or expense wm be spa.ed to render lmm.
We. The coaches, horses and drivers are sMertsT
Our liae connect, .f j,rvn. . JT . .
Cof l, "t f horse post coaches lo i.rtar
-'"-L -Mitt WOOD Jc FORTUNE.
Fare to Grenada GO,
Including Omnibas Ticket to liollT Sftwz.
The Cheapest and Quickest Eouto
xscurccn iiienphis and Grenada
Is nov; preitnltd te the public via the
Memphis and Charleston nn.i
Mississippi Central Railroads-
FOR tiakets or information, SBaiy to
"""" J'-aa a. co., Agents. OoatiawcaaH HrtiL
miis-ce pies !
TRBSHand bet MINCE PIES are t. be bad every kr
X at SpocJitfs oa Madi-on tttret. !
families servtd regularly, on the .h.,r.. STzJrr
saperior article. -
S3" Parties furnished with Cakes, CMfeettotit Wto..
te . oa tbe shortest notice, ral t wV. ir-fl ' ,
style. Givebimacall t.vf
iinil CASES Turner Brotben
J J wine :
00 cases Black bery Brandy;
i-are jtnee Port Wine ;
H. H. POTTZR,
3d doer north ef Worsts., Hettse.
A l''.'i'"'. th1P ' SPRING
MATTRESS, for sale bv
H. M. GROSTENQR.
tfi'23-" H. M. 8R0SVENOB,
Carnets S Cm
PTST received, a large assortment of elecaat Veimt.
Brussels, Tapestry. Three Plv. Sn. rs-T'T;
Carpets, Rugs, Curtains. Cornices, ie.
gfca-tr H.M. GROSVBNOR.
PROF. P. RIVINAC woald respectfaby minima cc to tbe
citiaeas of Memphis and TieinMy, that be wW d..'
instruction on ihe Piano aod Guitar. -.
tbat be will Tub aad Repair Planes, Mekdeess, eto. EaT
Ure satiifaction wUl be given. '
Those wi.hir g to take lessons will please aaaiv at 4U -ander
t Wbiie-s Masic and Book store.
Taos-wish IB c to curchas. a rood vi u
bl n, and be will select you tbe best ia tbe city.
.si. lararr, a. xa.tasero Dr. W
Rogers, H. S. Bradford. Dr. Taltater.. J t ni.
Rev. J. .Rogers, Eased Jones, BrowBsviOe.Tena.
I TAKE great ptea.are in ReauuA.. ir- n .
VINACtolbecitisens of Memphit, and vn.alrt? t
my friend., as one ef tbe first Teachers ia the Sea4B, tM'
hope you wiU patronise him in hit line r ws.. --ZZ
gives eetlre eatUfacUsa. Setpectfnlly. '
2SZ:i-Sm , J. BARBIERSL
53 Eaqnlrer copy.
f THIS day lest m M'fflplt. aad as I bettov. m u-.-u
L iacton street, a small mesaoranda-betk. aad tl&mnr
Arkansas Swamp Land Serin. 1
No. 1043 for .B
No. 1044 for.. ........................ ...... Jwetawi
issued la September, 1856, aad eavahto il'w.. IT
Tb's is to BotMy the finder who the owner is. act! toTsXT
aU persons notice not to parchase th- same A waner'
compensation will be given by me to the finder ea aeMve-T
BOTg- THOMAS JA MB.
T03IBS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES, &c.
X-C- , 1 T ,
Ciu.o.ai.i ua auia. -XOQUmentS ef all dtserin.
i ttens, from $100 to $1900, of latest ttytaaad piu
terns. Tombs and Head and Foot Stones, fanHabedas
low as any other establishment who do their week wtfi
and satisfactory. To those needing anything m t
Monumental line would do well to call aad examine be
fore sending tbelr orders to the North. Tbe smdersizaed
will be found at tbe old stand on Adams street between
Main aod Front Row, opposite -the Worsbam Hwse.
ready to fill any orders, having tbe best ef Marble and
Workmen, co pains shall b- spared to g.ve satMaattaa.
, . , WHITE.
P. 3 Mr. M. L. Soar is new on a sr t
North Mississippi and the adjacent csbhU.. j
MlicitiBR orders for MarMe work, and win eentraet far
Marble at shop prices, the object of bis tear being chiefly,
to remove tbe impreetlea tbat orders mast be sntte tae
North for good work. Tbe pabt ben tt..) ..,
it is tbe best policy toencoarage beae inttastrj', and if
good work: aad reasonable prices will keep btlBe-s at
borne, give year orders to Mr. Sery, or eaR eppettto the
Worsbam Hosoe. aorSS-wtf r w-
James and WUUam Bodgers,1
IPtiillen for the SiM of
BHztbeth Rodger?, et al., Real and Personal Pm.
heirs and distributees of I perty forDiviston
Caliea Redflers, dee'd. j
BT virtue ot a Decree of tbe County Cocrt of Sbtlhr
County, made ia tbe above caose. at the Jattaarr
Term. 1SS7, et tstd Coart. I will oCsrat pabtie safe oni
TUESDAT, February 10th, 1837, on the ptestses,
Tho Tract of Land
belonging to the estate of Culfc-n Reisers, deM, abeai S
miles east et Raieixh. on fie LaGrasce read, eaas.bu-
200 acres, more or lest, aad also tbe SLAVES, sevea-ln,
KaI nll m ttkm m.lA
unora.il .v em r t IT. .1
Terms The Land will be sot sseiect to the wktawi..
dower, for one third cash, and tbe balance ea a arnlat r
one and two years ; tbe Slaves for oae-balf cash, aad the"
balance oa a credit ot one year, tbe pascaaser giving
band and good security, and lien bei&s retained oa the"
Laad uatu a oil ptynwat.
JanlO-wtds JOHN P. TREIEVANT. Qeik-
Clerk's Sale of Land.
Wm. Rogers and wif, Mary"l
Rogers, wyait nt&mi, et i , ,
iTThelV. ot Hilaad Biaad, I Coiy (3eart Shri-
decead. HLS ' J"Bary Tiro,
petition ex-parte to sell Laad ,DJ'
BT virtue o a Decree in the above caase, made by the
Cesaty Court of Shelby Ceasty, Joacary TermluaTt
I will oner at public tale, at tbe late residence of CuHta
Rogers, deceased, oa the LaGrange and Raklzb mmA
TUESDAT, February 10th, 1667, '
A Tract of Land,
containing 125 acres, belonging to the heirs of HHind '
Bland, oeceaiea, siiHiiru mnangeo, section I north of.
Wolf river, 'n the county of Sheiey.
Terms Half cash and half on a credit of one year
tb purchaser giving bond and security, xtd a Men beinz
p-talaed on the land until final payment.
JaalO-wtds JOHN P. TRBZEVANT. Clerk.
THE next session of this Institution wi3 commence on
Pectlur advantages are here offered to young men who
desire a thorough course of iastractiee. The r,nH.
efier every facility that their scholarship, experience and.
energy uuj aiiow. urat care wm oe takeo to make
thorough scholars. t
Sp'cUlatUntion will te glven-te the departmenieof.
MoiiTn Languages and. Civil Engineering. Very SHertr "
Mathematical Instruments have, been purebased fer fiie
Department of Practical Mathematics, laotading Laad
Surveying, Civil Engineering, ke.
The discipline of the Institution -will-be prompts-jeb
parental, and no student of Incorrect deportment wW.be
The vlHsge is healthy, highly raoraj, free from ex
travagaace and retired frrm places oOeriag indacesBents
to vice. Nature seems. Indeed, to bave designed pre
eminently as a place for Llterar pursuits. ,
The Russellville Female Instituto is an Iastltalfon of,
high grade, and thus the brother and sister may accom
pany eacn otner. i ae course oj intlrvction Is thbj-
ouga, more so iu.in most ueneges ot tne seata and West
The buildings are eonmodloas, neatly tarnished and-ven
finely situated. The Faculty are gentlemen of thorpugbd
scholarship, oi rips experience, and of great energy.at
FnrfartheppartlcaUrs, address the PretMent, Ht-T
BLEWETT, or , R. n. CALDWEI1L. .
de:20-w2m lecretary e the Board of. Trustees.
Choice, Irish Potatoes.. ,
ion sacks for isle tr
XU B. MERRILL,
orr: 8 No. 5 Monroe street.
1 sat' ilsalirsiBfeaAAtofc-rfW SmiL j ?