Newspaper Page Text
- nMtt, - . -mill ; g ,,. . eaaaaMr j- ..v. -ia . . we, i. ..
PAIL y rm AFPBAI - r :
- . , ,..,r.. .
JttWGLANAMAN, HUTTON & C0.
MEMPHIS, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2S, 1857.
VOL. VH. NO. 316-9.
t r j
8BUHBD DAILY, TRI-WEBKLT AND WBEKLT, ET
5jje. r. m'claxahax, leonidas tbousdale,
WSC M. HOTTON, BENJAMIN F. DILL,
trsiUER THE STVXE AND FIRM OF
K'COaANAHAN, HUTTON & CO.,
7 whom all Letters ok Business, or othxb
viii, should be abbremed.
vnini? nr iffnsPRTDTrnv i
Dxttr, In advance, per annum. $10 04
M-ftiHr, " ' " 6 80
weettr. " " 3-00
3" The Weekly paper irill be runus-Vd to Qubtof Ten
as susskr Twenty, u $t SO each ; to Club ef lwenty
m asswaree, . race paysDit larattaMy R advance,
aew every Crab to be xn4e up atoaeoace.
J3 Aa oHl suribr and a jiesr one irill be tikeo to
gether at ST St each.
CJ- la case will ike paper, be Hot to sew sobcri
beSaets the order tor the same is at tea did with the
t3 AH Dally suVsaripttoas U1 be aasfcfered in aad
MtHe ba'f-yearty Id advance.
fjJ-TI sacesetag terms wBl be strictly and rigidly
:"DAIIiT RATES TOR ADYERTISEVG.
'Jaffsaf ky Appeal end Esfit end linqvtrer.
Far one teas re at InllMitrlm, eae tertiea...e,l ea
F-eoeach addtttooat insertion ef same...... 60
I 3j s k i a a s h
gk? ff- 5 1 5 5 f
g : : : ?Jf -- r :
: : I : : : j : : : ;
l. set ajse sm s wie-ftis m is e( m eo
t. 4M G.BM -7 9 00 IS 00 15 M IS 7i ii 60" 30 09
3. 6tm eew es w Botea a at.e as ea: u ao
4. eate ejefiH ose e,at teat S437 soj Me
Si '9 M W Mjtt M 15 esftt 69139 St tf j 69 S
(.HH M Jjl7 Mj38 0,36lfU M 40 TO HO
7j M M IS 9j9 99 H 9ja8 e-W 9969 90 AS 89 89 60
s. Mjis oom ejg7 9a,s eo 5 es m t so 99 99
91 9919 9906 9oia9 0Qt9 9969 00 t 00-75 99196 99
3 Ooe SftHtre, lusimabli wer per aanara, $t0 00
j- - - " urinsntr, " WOO
X3T T sjMres, renewable -weekly, per tana, 99 00
" " twice a week. " SO 66
X3 AH adrrtieHients Teqatred to be kept on second
page cnakoeb as SEW EACH DAT, and ob third page,
aa adTaara over stated Tate .
K3 Adeartfeeateats directed to be dtoatayed, or set in
tevre tya,BSKd bocble Tatee.
X3T Teartr adrertrsers wl I be charted extra far oeen-
fifing, spate aror eoatract, and when lame TvrE Vi Te-
ejarredtob ased, ar the adeertteeaieat kept ea ineMe of
T3T Taartr adeartleers wilt be aha- ged ztra at regalar
rite far Wants, Ken's, Beawvalg. Capartaership Xo
ttee. a ai 1 1. &c.
X3 jRAsatEXT .VnrESTiajsB acusx be paid ror.
t3 Xa adeerBsesaeat wia appear in the ITsetly paper
sbbms ajr specal contract.
t3 Admttsesnents to be Inserted in the 'VTeetly paper.
My, ar at Irreanslar interrals in -either of the papers, win
be chftaed $1 per rqnare for every iasertioe.
CjAaaaaacin: caadMatos for State, Caaaty aad 11a
njcaiiil Ofltots, $5 each, to be paid in advisee ia ovary I
XjT AO adeertlseBKnts for Charitable JStttHntteas,
rtff Osasaialu, Wrd, Town, and athar Pahue iieeuacs,
la b charKed baH price.
.X3 Mania ms aad Deaths are pahMrhed as aewr ; bat
AMtaartes. Tribnter of Xeepact aad Faoerat iBTltatiaBS
as adher adaerUeeaaenU .
iy All Lesal and Transient AsivertaseBteats wW be
ita.ni by the tertc
t3 Mttortal Xotices in Tjscal OsbjasB wQ be eharged
E Xa edaction ar Tariation w be nade froea the
KeOLAXARAX. HffTJOK i. CO.
T.. O. RITES.
AtSSORXSr AXD COCNSKLOK AT LAW, Metsabfe,
Ji. Sana. Oalcc a the Past OOce Battdtoc;.
1 fin t-snsnaiir Trtr-IT-1 '' care will receive premat
aad InWhlal atteatton. dHeatisaa preaaptly aade Hi the
sariaaaaiac ooanties of "Wtt Tenneasee, Mitstotlppt aad
J. A. AXOERSOX.
AVHHUOn: AT LAVC Measphki, Tcaa. Odaoe U
. Walker's BaiMuBf, ever Maasasid's Drac Stoee,
Mam auetC tanlO-ly.
BENJA3ILV HOWCOTT, Dentist.
HAYING iweuared rayseUwen to practise
Dentiat.y in Memphis I reapactroily solicit
inte patraaac- at all who stay nrwi my ht-
' rtoes la the Dtal line, aad bind m to
perform all operatwns on the Teeth, aad insert Artificial
Teeth IB the most approved style as well as It ran be
daae i tbl-or any ether coantry.
.tMce ea Mala street, opposite WorshaBi Honse.
W. ACREE H. II. AGREE.
G. TV. & II. M. ACREE.
DENTISTS. OaXe Union Btock, Conrt
' atrset, between Mam aad Front Sow
AH IMctal operations performea wim
the toaas aatslMe pain. Diseases af the Alveolar Process
and Gaass taaated iatbeaoat skiBfal Miaaaer. Fall or
artaal Sam Teeth set on Gatta Percha or Gold, wMh
the lalart laaatm ements, and ouarasti ed.
R. SAMUEL GILBERT, Sr., bas ndaraed to bis oM
hasaestoad Bear MeasnWf , aad reapsaed his laarm
ary, aad U nmshi permtnently. He treats the toUaw
1 ag Chreeic Diseases : Canoers. 8croaa!a, Wit o SwalHag.
Tamns aad "W as. wltbaat Serf leal operattoas. Be alsc
traaas all Chreaic Female disease. Sera f fcwg staadltie,
?atar, Ubiamiliisi, Sfphilii, aad all forms at Menarwl
3ar B. Aaams It aaseoeMary tosay mote, as he has tiv-
agc loHaaases ef Ms saocess from Matso to Oregon.
J. WICKEHSHAil ..ED. A. BEECHER.
-WICK.ERSHAM & SEECHER,
A TTORNKTS AT LAW. Memphis, Teaeessee. Oaice,
JI.V. -M JHrerson ft reel.
;. . SMITH" P. BANILKEAO,
AeTTORNEr AT LAW, Memphis. Tean. Omoe ta the
iFest Oatoe Btock, over Aydlett & Co., third story.
JOHN A. NOOE,
1 ' TTSpRXET AT LAW- OaXe m the Pjt jOSoe Bafid
iA. toe, Jleaaphls. Tenn. Brr-tf
Dr. R. I LASKI,
LACE JUTPhpslelasi aad Director 0r Kteral HoTpitats
taeermaay, member of dlSerent Medical SacaetW
iBXawThrk ha laaaud in the city of Memphis, ami of
ten Ms services to the pabUc as Physician, Aeoaachar,
sat1 tor an operations in Sargery.
X3 Oatoe an Washington street, between Mats aad
R. , RICHARDSOS..W. W WUEATLET.-SI. A H160J.
Richardson, Wheat ley & Hisgs,
ATTOtVNETS AT LAW OOc on the comer at Second
; and Coart streeU, Memphis, Tesa. adl-ly
B. C. BROWN,
ATTORKET AT LAW, Merlon, Ark., prsctiees In
. FhOBBt, Crittenden, Mississippi, Green, Bandolpb,
Lawreaee, Independence, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Francis
and Metro Counties, in Arkansas. oct-d6m
JDR. XROS. KELLER,
LATE af Taccamhia tALbsma, has located permanent
ly ha Mssaph! a ofrs his servlees to the pehHc
IB-all the hraachea of his prafesston He bas Ukeathe
aae Marttofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, comer of Shelby
islITaiaR streals. Having recently made a caret a aad
taMril selection of Sargical Instruments, be is prepared
trFn the aperaUons of Sargery. Btdsca on Shelby
treat, between H-lUig and Traieraat street.
- IIASK.E1.I Si. SEARCY
l" TTOSXEr AT LAW. Memphis, Tennessee. Wm. T.
J3L Haskell aad BoVert Searcy have aeeaclated tbem
Ks toaatheris the nraettos ef Law. Oalee. in the
Walter Ktoek. nov;6-dlm
ATWt&KT AT LAW, Owtngtsn, Tenn. All busiest n
eatrested 10 his care wm reoetre j-roeapt attanUct.
A TTORX5T AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., will practice
ilLfB'al the Goarts of Memphis aad the Wcstent Dis
J3" Oatoeseuth ef Court Square, adtoUlng that ef the
Ohi awry Qenrt Clerk. marl2-ly
EGBERT H. OSBORNE
rILX praetice Law In the Courts ef Hardeman, Fay-
Ue. Tipton and Setelby, also in Mefr auy ana Har-
eatsttat, aad In the Supreme Oar. at Jaeksea. All
s eatranea 10 nun -rj, receive prempt ana f aiw-
tal attcattoa. HI jflwe Is in the Chancery Ctork's eaace,
BaHTse Karaeman county, Tean. bot32
JOHN P. FARRELLY,
A TTORXKT AXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Xl5aTeaa. OSce earner et Mate aad Jefferson streets,
ever Lehman. 2t Oo.'s.
Refer to Hosw. Henry Plrt, W. F. BqDockandHrssrt.
A.C. fihetwU & Son, Louisville, Kg-.; Han. James Pryer,
Canattten, TZfj McGregor, Altoway & Co., and Moses
GrawesC, New Orleans; E. M. Apperton c Co., Mem
, . Q. C GRASTY,
A TTORXKT AT LAW, and Commissioner far ins
estates ef Vintrato, Alabama, Mississippi and Ten
nessee, LOUISVILLE, ET., win promptly attend to bus
iness eaftraetod'to his care, and enforce the collection of
etobss hi this aad the adjoining States.
Befekescex Hen. Jacob Thompson, Oxford. Miss.;
Hon. J. J. MeRae, Governor of Mississippi. Jackson;
lien. H. S. Bennett, Washington City; Cel. B. F. DDL
MesassMs, Teas.; Bent & Duval, Tneker. BraBnan ft Co ,
Bankers, Gee. BlaBChad, Haghes & Hutchinson, Leois
S3-OSes. "Mrl.e Hall BsUdlags," Hfth street,
Vetwaaa Market and Jegersea. Jnn22
D-J HERROS.... J. E.. ARMSTR0SO.
HERRON & ARMSTRONG,
ATTRKZT8 AT LAW, CoSeerille, Tabusba county,
. .Mississippi. Will practice in the counties of Yalobu
sha, TattabAtebJe, Lafayette, Panola, Carroll, Choctaw.
Chfekaaaw, aad Calhoun. Also, In the United States
Goe-Vat Pentetoe, Vice Chancery Court at GirroHton,
and.High Oourt et Errors and Appeals at Jack sons
Xew Orleakx MeRae, Ceffman & Co., FanlTclace
Sl Go Jtoehaaan, Carroll & Co., J. Boras ide h. Co..
Fxierren, Fewtor& Co.
MEMfHIS Oosiltt, HtH-.it Talmade, Ferguson &
NetM.'WLownes, Orttll ic Co., G.D.Jahssca, B. F.'DIH,
J. WALT & CO..
trnoLrsALE akd hetail
G M O C & M ,
A3D DEALERS IN ALL XlKSi Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Sanlhemt Cerner ef Mal anil Union Sti
HAVE alwirs on hand a wdl and carefully selected
atock t articles In their lice, whtcH they will aeU at
tbe lsirit csrrent prices.
3" Orders promptly filled with dispatch.
AKD DEALER IV
Watches, Clocks, and Jeirelry
COKXEK OF ASD ADAMS-STS..
TAtE3 tblsmetboAof lnfarznlue his friends.
and tat public cenerally, that be has mnred from
I, lus old stand to the comer of Main and Adams
fstreets, where hs will take pieuare in exhibiting
a new aad oboice lot ef JEWXLKT, to these who raay
faror him with a calf, and will be pleased to execute an
orders for repairs la blslloe. He hojes, by honesty. In
tegrity, and his effort to please, to gain the confidence
and hberal patronage ef all who may 2nd ItcoQTanlent to
Tisit his establishment.
13" AH orders far repairing In erery branch of ray bnj
si Bess promptly attendee to. aniSl-ly
Ve are now receiving and opening onr
Fall and Winter
CONSISTING of every variety of Staple and Fancy Pry
Goods nsaaily kept in this market. Saperfiae Black
and Bine Cloths, Castuaereti, Doeskins, Cloaks, Uantlll is.
Moire Antiqoe, Velvet Shawls, te latest style; Ladles'
Dreos Goods, of nsoeerior qaaHty; Craje Shawls, a
large tot af BiankeU. Xacro (Jtoth, Brrrans, Heady Miude
CtothiBg. BooU an-; Shoes, Hats, aad a rariety of article,
too nuaierous to mention.
All I ask is, "Come one, come all," and examine my
stock, before raskine yoar purehsMj. I bonght n the
very beat terms, and am determined that none sxall nn
dersell mo. I shall adapt the Cakh STSTEJr, esnp: ta
pnnctsal dealers. A. C. BLAIK,
Uo. 277 Main street,
oet!3-ltwawSm Old Stand of Fersson & Neill.
TT. J. WEBB, Oxford, M1S5......S. M. WEBB, Meaphls,
W. J. WEBB & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND "RETAIL GROCERS,
CORNER MAIX ASD PA70.V STREETS,
"STILL keep in store a fall and complete Mock of Family
Groceries, and we win tell them as low as we can a3od
J. B. SHAEPE,
So. 26 JkTaduon-sf ., bttxsita Frmt Jlov and Main,
WOULD reapeetfolly inform the merchant; of Mem
phis and sartamWtng coentry, that he bas Jost re
tamed from the cttie ef Virginia, where he established
a permanent Axeocy f -r the sale of all grades of Virgin
la Tobacco, and Intends to keep constantly on hands
staak eqaal to the demand, at manBraetBrers' prices.
.Being fahj- able to cnaapete with the Xew Tort, Btlll
more, CiocjaaaU and Xew Orleans market., be invites
the attention of alt dealers In the above article to hb
stoek betore parchasinc etaevrhere.
ecSI-d&w tr J. n. SIIARPK
A. r. M'CASE. ............... ......V. S. WILLIASfS.
McCAKE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors ta "Wheat ic Taylor,)
FOR TFARDKYG AND COMJIISS50N
Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas,
At tke ereastae 0 Me 3IrTipk.lt and Little Rotl Rett
read on White River.
THET keep constantly on hand Sorar, CoSea, Salt,
Floor. Molasses, and all other articles usually kept
In a Grocery, which they will sll low for cash or ex
chance far Hides, Pars and Peltries, or an;- other articles
braacht to the market.
X3 Goods destined for Little Bock or the adcent
counties shipped to Duvall's Bluff's, will be forwarded
Immediately as there are always wagons and teams in
readir to haul to any point.
37 i"jL-tOTvrr row,
BREWER & CALDELL,
GENERAL C0.1DIISSI0X DIERCIIAXTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
REFBR la J. T. Scatter, Ess.., President Bank ef th
Republic. Xew Terk ; J. K. Sass, Bsq.. Pres'tden
Bank of Charleston, S. C; Messrs. John Frazer it Co.,
J. W. Caldirell, Esq.. Charleston, S. C; Col. Win. M.
OharchweH, Preseteat Bank of Bast Tennessee, Knex
TiUe; 1. B. KIRTLAXD, Esq., and Messrs. FALLS &
CASH, Memphis, Tean. sep7-Cm
JOHN B. BOTTO,
BOOT AND SHOE
KAsaVFACT 13 1 Eli. ,
No. GG Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
d. EKKPAconstanUyon Land, BOOTS and
EKKPAcoDstanUyon Land, BOOTS and
tlttt.WrC . . LI- .V . . . . , I.
SHOES, of bis own make, also of Uher -Arf 1
7 Swi maaa'actan-rs. He keeps. alm.Leatber.v vLl
maaa'actan-rs. He keeps, aim. Leather,
Sole and Upper, Calf Skins. French and
American Shoe Fiodincs. Trunks, Carpet Bags andVa
liws, all of which ha wi 1 sell as cheap as any in this
marfcrt. Give him a call before purchasing elsewhere,
A. STKEET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
ast2 MKMrUIS, TENX.
"Walker & Brothers,
3LAXCFACTCRERS OF CLOTHING,
ASD DEALERS IS
Dvy Goods, Hoots & Slvocs,
No. 79 Front Bow.
WE bare lust received one hundred cases of
Clothing, expressly raannf aetored far this mar
ket, and are opening the best selected stocks of
'an kinds of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, err
brought here, which we .Her at the lowest possible prices,
being enawea to compete witn any boats throngn tne
facilities of our house tn Philadelphia.
We would especially invite the attention of country
menhants, knowiig that at an and will salt all 2d
very -re w i arc see. augib-
tsCIINEIDER Ai GLASSICK,
GcXzsxBi, lJct 1 -TlogCcfla JEPira toXra,
Jerton Strett, opprtite Commercial Hotel,
WE ask the patronage ot clUitcs and
those visiting Memphis. We warrant all
t'-v of aur work, and our long experience in
vtbe business will enable ns to make or re
pair Guns and other Fire-arms in & superior and werk
manake manner. augl-dawSm
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 29S MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Afcin etreet, next door to Odd Fettowt' Halt,
T7? i" X3NT
PDRE DRUGS ASD MEDICINES,
tHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
J Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanlo
Medicines, Gsrden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
J3 Every article sold by us warranted as represented,
subject to be returned at our expense. JulyS-ly
HYOLLTXTINB, Rsq., has removed his Law OOce
. over the Store and Commission House ot Fowlkes,
Mount h. Oo. , en Jefferson street, between the Post Offlee
and Main street. pel J-U
A TTOBXET AT .AW, Memphis, Tenn. Oace on east'
X side f Main street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to F. THns, McEwen, Harris & McNeill. J. D.
WJHlarai, w. B.' Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
Moan, Titus & Co., Xew OrUans. JanH-tl
JAMES T. TATLOB.. .............. -W. B. ROSS
TAYLOR & UOSS,
GENERAL C03L1IISSI0X MERCITASTS
1V0. 6 3Iouroc Street, Memphis,
TTTILL make liberal c.sh adrances on all consignments
V V of Produce or Hershandlse.
Jltcrenttt Henderson, Terry & Co., S. O. Xelsen it
Co., S( Orleans! Speed i Strange, . K. Apperoa tc.
PATTERSON, MARSHAIi j & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Pactors,
Xo. 43 Front Ravr, Memphis, Tnn.
OCR charges for selling Cotton on arrival are Fifty
Cents per Bale ; for storing and sailing Seventy-Five
Cents. All ration insnrea niuess otherwise lnstrcctea,
J. . S3IITR...J. B. J1EAC1IAK... VrnlTXFIELD.
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission merchants,
(Motby 4- Hunt's !ita BuUAingt,)
IVo. IS Front Row, Memphis,
TTAVB now on hssd a fine atsortmeat of Bagging and
n Bono of tie best brands, together with a complete
and well selected stock of tne virions artlclea nscally
kept in our business, to which we Invito the attention 01
Agents for the sale of "Piks's ce'ebrated MtgncUs
Whisky," and Jones, uoydfc Co.'s Sdnthern Mancrac-
tared .Kails. sxiiu, jikauilau . uu,
J. r. BILL .J. T. HAYLXY,
HILL & HAYLEY,
Cotton Factor Si
2NTe. 55 JSroxi.t Row,
OVER D. n. TOWXSKND'S,
TOR Seiling. 60 cents per bale. For Storing and Sell
JO ing. 76 cents jut bale. All Cetton Shipped to or
Stored by ns will be covered by Inanrance, aalrss other
EJ Bagging, Bops and Plantatlsn Supplies furnished
to customers. tcpiu-aawem
A. A. SMITinrlCX J. R. WKAT..
. tr. JiHTn.
SMITHWICK, WRAY Si CO.,
.Vo. 3 Ifciii'icm-if., bevteen Front Row and Hain-tt.,
Vp Stein, MEMPHIS, TEA'.V.
STRICT attention given to Selling .aud Storing Cotton
and Produce consigned to ns.
X. B. Orders for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Sup
plies ailed with care ana dispatch. Charges for Selling
and Storing Cot ton, fllty cents per bale. augSl-Cm
A. M. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Succtuore to Povell Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET, .
sep!7-ly XKW ORLEANS, LA.
. WILDS VEBSOS,
D. C. 1TILLIAU1,
Late of Panola, Miss.
S W. A. BRVAH,
( 91. N. BRTAS,
Late of LiG rinse, Tenn.
7EHN0N, BETM & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
Xo. 6 Frsnt Row, over Meacham fc Galbralth's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storlny. Shipping and
Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per bale.
13" All cotton sent to us will be covered j insurance,
unless otherwise instructed. aug22
T. B. NORMENTj
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-S Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rupe always on hand.
E. SI. AFrERSOS....C. DLLOACI1.... DAVID ADAMS.
E. i!L APPERSOT & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AND DEALERS IS
Bagging, Rope, Groceries, &c,
No. Go Front Row, and G Jefferson Street,
S3" Particular attention paid to atoring, selling and
shipping Cotton. aug3-daw6ra
Xew Orleans, La.
s. c. ISIDER,
WALKER & SNIDER,
Cotton Fact or s
No. 123 Canal Street,
JulylS-dawly XEW ORLEAXS, LA.
C. M. KORTOS, H. C. H0RT0S,
Late Horten & Hunter. Late of Monthalla, Miss.
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
Ao. 3 Madiion-St., oppotite I. B. Xirtland't OJice,
ll rK will continue as heretofore, giving special atten
W tion to the Sale and Storage ot Cotton, at ;'ty cents
per bale, and to the l..icn and purchase of any article
In market. Office removed from No. 3 Front Raw to Xo.
3 Madi;on street, nearly opposite Union Bank. ans20
t. il. GATES ..A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOBS, GBOCEBS,
Produce and General Commission
JVo. 3 Union Street, betiseen Xsln end Front Row,
AFTER an active application to business, for over
. eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage ot our friends In the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of our ability to pleae 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 eflected upon actual
lnttructlsns, or when under advance. Shipments ot
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be insured while In
transit, with open policy, nnless otherwise Instructed on
the face of hills lading.
To all our friends who have to liberally patronised us
during years past, we shall offer the same inducements as
heretofore for a continuance, of their patronage.
Jinl3-dawly GATES & WOOD.
WARDLAW HOWARD WIT. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ltOW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS in Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, OoCee, Mo
lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wins, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
siocx now on nana, ana tor sale at reasenanie prices.
)3Cash advances made on Cottons In store ar sale or
shipment. All Cottons insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to us by water; alto, the risk of Fire while in
aiore, unless otherwise instructed. Our prices for storing
and setliBg Cottons, the same as ws have charged for
years pt Of by cents per hale. lulySO
..J. 1. SEID.
R. REID & BRO.,.
XO. IS FRONT BOW. MEMPHIS, TEXX.
A LL Cotton sent to our address Insured, unless lnifrnc-
XX. tlons to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders flllfd wire ears. Store and Sell Cettm at tiny
cam per Bare tfeee-tmrlT
T T. AYDLETT.
J. e. D0UG1TESTY,
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
NO. 85 GRAVIEK-ST., ET 0RXEAS5.
XO 2t FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash adrances on all Gotten or other Pro
duce shipped to T. P. Aydlrtt & Co., Xew Orleans.
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
decSO-dawJa XO. 9 FRONT ROW. " : "
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
36 CAMP STREBT, XKW ORLEANS.
CVS II advances made on all Gotten er ether Pmlece
'consigned as above, by MILES OWBX.
T j TJAYlDSOIf. .....J. B. ELLIS. ...... A. C BLAIK
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
A7 SIS Main Street, Eat tide bittettn Jtfftrton and
A&amt, MemphU. Tenn.
OPE, Bagging and Plantation Sspplies always on
hand. j ..re-.. "
J. H. PATRICK & CO.,
.0. 19 TROST ROW, MEMPHIS, TJ5JW.,
TTTILL give strict attention to aU Cotton sent us for sale
VV ta this market, or shipment. ,..,.
Cotton consUned to us will be Insured against the dan
gers of River Navigation and Fire while in store, unless
otherwise instructed. Orders for Bagging, Rope and
Supplies will meet our prompt attention.
augI3-daw6m- J. M. PATRIOC U CO.
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet. Front Row &Main,
T)ARTICCLAR attention paid to sale and shlpmont of
X Cotton and other rroiiuce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Sapplies furnished et
lowest market price. ecrss
jr. J&-" 'terser 9
Cotton Factor &. Commlsiion Merchant,
Mosby & Hunt's New Block,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
r WILL pay particular attention to tilling orders for
L Groceries, Bagging and Rope, Jtc
c. onirriKO j. b. oriffixos
J. C. GRSFFING & BRO.,
Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
E win furnish supplies to oar friends as neretorere,
and make advances on shipments to our frit ads in
T. S. THEOBALD. .J. C. OBIi riNG..E. S. TnEOBAI.lt.
Frankfort, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. Franktort, Ky.
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
NO. 71 CAMP STREET,
Inly Wrdawtf JVIK ORLEAKS. LA .
L. c "jSTllL
Holly Springs, Miss.
MASON & NORVELL,
Cotton Factors 9
Gr jL O O j3 jFJL 37 ,
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
"10XSTAXTLT on hand, Bagging, Rope and nanutloa
I. L. BEASLET A. W. LOVING.
BEASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Or o n oral C3- x o e o x s 4
XO. 12 FRONT ROW. MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock ot Hop- and Bagjia; always on band.
Charges fltU cants per bal, all other Produce at
u.aal raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ona prempt
r-raiunca. All F.odsce. insartd, ualass otherwise in
structed. augSO dawly
STEBLIKUrOWLKES SAMUEL C. W0D5T.
TH03. JErrERIOS towlkes.
FOWLKJSS, MOUNT & CO.,
Post Office Building, Jefferson-St.,
OTORE COTTOX In Fire-Proof Warehouse. Insurance
C 25 per cent, less than any house in the city.
JT5- Cetton in store placed ander Insurance, sales In
structed to the contrary.
Jj Cotton cuntijeed to ns on good steam, keel and
flatboats cvTerwI by ucr Open 1 blicy of Insurance, unless
otherwise expressed in face of Bui Lading.
63- Ordeis for Bagging, Bope and Plantation Suapltos
sdlclted from our patrons. JuIrS-dawTas
B. BASIOELEi & CO.,
For the Sak, Storage and Shipment of
HO. 69 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL orders for Bagging, Bale Rope, Groceries, Provis
ions and" Plantation Supplies, filled carefully and
proraplly. at the lowest current rates. augl-wly
T. STRATTOK, J S. n.
E. M'DAVITT. J i W. B.
STRATTON, McDAYITT & CD.,
GROCERS AND GENERALS
XO. TO FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
LLeooiignnients Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Ageits fur'GRISWOLD'S" celebrated COTTON
We continue to Store and sell (Jot tea at l ira cts.Mt
On baud, a large stock ef Pewsr-Ioora and India Bag
ging. Machine a-d UaadRpe, together with a heavy stock
of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wc
will tarnish to our easterners at the lowest market pikes.
autlSwfcn 3., McD. U CO-
I. TRAXJIOLI F. It. WILLIAMSOS.
FRANSIOLI & WILLIAMSON,
Importers, Wholesale and Retatl Dealers in
French and German Vases,
silveb, silver plated,
GERMAN SILVER & BRITAXIA WARE,
FINE TABDE CUTLERY, &c, ic.
135 Mniu Street, Memphis.
ALSO, Looking Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Tea
Trays, Parlor Lamps, Chandaliert, Glrondoles, etc.,
etc, etc. iulyl 7
Auctioneer and General Agent,
BEAIi ESTATE BBOEER,
SJ MAIN STREET, OPPOS.TE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City er Country
Property, Nejroes, Merchandise, of every description,
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting aad
Leasing Property, &c
Storage and Consignments solicited.
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, late of UtmtsvUie, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
asks ot every description. Liberal Cash Advances
MADE OS CO.VSIQXMENTS.
J33torage and consignments solicited.
P. S. I am Agent for The Adams Express Cempsty.
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BT
Fashionable Hatter, 75 Front Row,
, 10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SnOES AXD BROGAXS,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT
Vh'.S-S' if-: fl.TOJT'S I.
Xo. T5 Front Row.
a C. MAYD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
TTTIIERE can be found all descriDtlsn ef Grave Work.
VV which will be furnished as cheap as It caa be gat
In any market West, Also, Buildinz Work dons aj. short,
It Is to the Interest of all persons wanting such work to
pureha'e from the yards at Memphis Instead ef purchas
ing from Agents, as the Manulactors have to add the,
twenty pr cent, that Is pshl Agents to the work sold.by
Ihem. Southerners, look to your Interest. '
tc4-dw8m O. fl. lTATnwl'.T.' '
j folds, ftstaitraiiTS7 Jcr.
TIIR subscriber baring opeatd the a have men
tioned Hoae, on the West tide of Sbeiby street,
batween Geroso ard Union, is new prepared to
rooaiw ail who may favor hfca with their pat-
roBage. His ho sac is ttuated convenient to the steam -but
Isodtnc, and cunt It-nous to the business portion of
the city, anJ passeugers wlsbim; to take the Railroads
can take the emmbneea "f rem th aeor. The Heaea Is
entln-ly new, and has beta newly furnished fraas top to
bottom. He solicUs a share of lee public patrenasp.
decl8-3m M. W. MASOX.
Coruor of Main and Adams s&eet.
mitlS House is situated In ts centte ad hnsineas. B
j Is now smshedaiid la conrpleteorjer. faePiepitttor
ptadaes hbnsetf It shall not be rarpaaeed by any Hooae- In
the ItoHiraptot. .
Bcmi aatafBl for tLe vary llhenl palipaaae heatowsv
on mm I or ina laat two years, ha bopea tya street alios)
tien U basilicas to merit a centinnauce of the same
oe7- J. J WORbHAX, FrteteT
CORNER FRONT ROW AXD JHVBMOK STS.
rpHlS ettablishaieat has Just andercone tharaash re
X pairs In every department. Rooms aawly pain-ed
ana peperea ; aeaatng uoroughly renovated ; there Is act
eveaa mattress that Is net new er equal to new ; carpet'
awtthr new, &c In one word the haaae Is aenr la d-
dskdly better ortertbaa II has ever bora tiaosKwae
boat. Very grateful for the liberal patroaaga to :ke
nonee rtner I have occupied it, and harinji renewed twe
lraaes, eae en the Heose, the other wean my age, I here
tone ease lesser more attention than hewlefaiw. tea
determined to make my guests comfortable.
rott D. COcmtELL, Praprirler
WORSHAM HOUSE C0KFECT10KERF.
WnOLBSALE AND RRTA1L DEALER IX
Plain and Taney Candies,
Adams Street, under the Wor
T7BKP3 constantly on band a Tarf assortment of Green
Ah. and Dry Prette, Frnitata tbetr i.wn Juice, Jellies,
Fmerves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced sad Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, CordiaU, Syrup, ane Wlnea, emttin, all
kinds Nuts, &c..
In connection with this estab
lishment I have fitted up aa Oyster
.Saloon, and will rccel.e FRESH
01" STUBS by every packet.
novl6-dly 3 P. BRICHETTO.
By V. BACIGATjTJPO,
Center T"ashixgUn-St. uid Broat Baw.
V 8 A KfYtOT3TBRBkyeTery packet, aad Is
wUI give aim a caU, la the vary
X3 Families supplM it all Soars
J3- Sartaraetion aivm, or ao aale.
M M VIS S S
By 15. A. Vaccaro.
s of all lrand ; fli-
if.vana Cigars. e.
Af direct from Custom .
Hense, cw Orleans. Oysters, Xefreaharato, aad al
ether Luxaries, day and n!;h . octn-Sat
P. H. HEINRICH & BRO.,
M7 MAIX STREET,
KEEP coast anUy an handatarte variety ot PLAIN
an! FAXCTCAXDIES CAKES, fruits. Prraervea,
etc. . wbolenle ana retail, we are also prepar a to rur
nish paille at the shortest nottoe.
IN connect inn with this we
our LADIES" and
clock j . sr., to 12
o'ctock p. as., and are receiving dartaa toe whole season.
FKRSH OYSTKito by every steam r. wa soueu a share
of the ublic patronage. novS-dani
TH Proprietor would la
fena the pnbiic that he has
opened far the season, aad fitted up la the
beat style, ami Is now prepared to arcom-
naodate the traveling pnbiic ee.nal to ' y Restaurant tn
the dtp. Maetae: has eeSMMtraMe exp-. rlaace in slr.n
to the pnMie, he Aoae to reeaire a Itbral patrcnaea
Kvtry atteatloa pasd to my patrons and the public
Wild Game. Oysters, LaMters, Saralaes, atwaes or
band ;tbekeat the market aahrds. Call at Xo. SO Jef
ferson treet, North aide, aest deer to Main street.
P. S. Meals at all boon. aaglS
C. M. RARTET ...R. a. KARVSr.
C. M. HA.RYEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
XO. ISO SHAVIBR-ST., XEW ORLEANS.
OCR personal attention
wl! be r"v;n to th Sole or
Fewarding of Goods or
Pradaca coo. leu ed to onr'
adlriss We wUt contract Freteht oa the
aboe ttt ra-shtpment either by salt or steam vessels, at
Wa have had several years' experience tn oar market
in the puohaslBg of Staples and u.sortod Merchandise.
REFER TO Cjuk Ji t o . J. C. U:iamg at era , p-ea
& Strange. Hannah Jc Shanks. decM-ly -
J. M. mcFADDHV Sc CO.,
(LATE TRIPLETT, Jf'rADDIK i CO.,)
No. 2S Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS far BajnrSng, Rope, Hemp, Prorlslaai, Flear,
Grata, &c, solicited and promptly eaecatad.
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DnPOMT,
XEWS AXD BOOK TRISTIXG PAPER,
AND DEALERS IX
PAPERS OP AIiL KINDS,
i?r Maiu-Strcct, Lenxsville, Ry.
H. riTZOERALD...CHAS. G. BILL.-J. WOOOWORTH-
II. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Sutteteort to Park, Simpion a- Co.j
Grocers, Produce Ucalers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 02 Front Bow, Memphis,
FROM aad after the aest of January. 1867. the naeer
fiEned 0Vra hi. servace to ibe Mnrchaato, Mechaa
ic. and Prof rational Men ot Memphis, aa a Collector ef
Notes and A.founts.
All lepers plaera in my hand wl l be secure; by re
ceipt aad endersement.
ArrcnceaaiBtt made with buainess hoaaas hr the year ;
or for a atipalated per cent-
Letters aenressed to me tTnram Th Post oner, or left
at my omoe, North aaat earn, r af M an aad Adam atreeta,
up stairs, wot receive prompt aneniton.
aecii-am j. aaiuhalii auutiwaav.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candte
341 Mniit street, Menisiliig. Tonn.
rrius nttmeK marsri prn- pain rur roam ant renoerao
J Tallow, Latd and Soap fln-aw. limS !
o .c3 J5
HAVING Just returned from a baalaees tour Worth,
with all the facilities for taking Has, darahle
Dagucrrootypos, Ambrotypes, &c.,
I am now ready in person te servo my friends and the
public generally in my line, on the moot reaeeaabte terms.
l nava bo now laamea paienu aas eiaa-ttap proeeM re
to offer the public. My establishment has to stand u
fall amid all the Masonry of Its neighbors, upon its own
330,000 -w c 32. t aa:
CHEWING AXD SMOKIXG TOBACCO,
At Manufacturer's Prices.
AMONG which may be found
Wm Croraeton's celebrated brands, Lynchharc;
Ilexcterson and Uotoembe brands,
Dr. James Satmdera' ' Harry of the West, &.C
C. Ford's Anna Rice, tee.,
R. J. Wade's brand,,
Jas. Thomas, Jr.'s Crescent City Paragon, Rarhaued;
Cosby & Wiafree's Star of Riehra'd Prlae of Va. "
A. Dill's Pis, Mayflower, &c. "
Coierssn Wertbani's "C. W. Iris, " '
nardgrove's "Indispijable. 4te.,
0 M. Cosby. (0. M. Cesby bread) PanrOie)
Withers U Ayre' Toon? Araatica, "
W. T. Southerllas brand, t
R. P. Rlehardmn " CM Caswell. "KeedtUe. X. C.
With a great variety of common brand tea sememes
to mention, allot which win be (old at INVOICE PRI
CES, to close consignments.
Every article warranted freh and genuine, aad direct
from the factory.
, J. B. SHARPE, Wholesale Toeaeee Fatter,
dcS-lwdaw3m ss Madison street.
Refined Sheet and - bhred Isinglass,
FOR BLAXC MANGE, TABLE JELLIES, Ac A
prime article f.r' Genfoetieners, netets, aad Family
nse..To be. obtained, with rti sect isni far cslivs, of.tha
nrinsioal Grocers and Drugglsta thaueheatJ tbe milted
iSiWiil ' " ' " PETER COOPER, .
noTVi-jra aenr iorx.
Iar.1attoii vm, (Bit.
S. B. WIjLIaIAHISON,
(Succettvto IVilliasuon $ Hancock j
PINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars &c.
IS FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
Received tnis Day,
W kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
sa Merees sagar-care( Hams ;
90 kegs Shet, assorted siirs ;
AM of whtet we wfll sell cittp for tali at Xa
aia iww, aiempats.
Jnlyl S. B.WILLIAMSON.
DAVIDSOX, ELLIS & BLAIR,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
1 rF( PIRCE3 Bagging, band and power-loom
JLcJtJU Brands; 150 coils Rope, best brands;
SO hhd. bast Brown Sugar;
J660 sacks Coffee; EOhbds Bacen;
ISO boxes Ohewlng Teeaeco. extra quality
600 bbiabest brand Boston Nails;
109 bbls. and half bUs Mackerel ;
SO kite Mackerel Xo. 1 ;
60 beis. flushed Sugar; 55 boxes best Leaf Sugar
1090 sacks Salt ; 59 bets. Molasses ; CO hstf bbis do;
108 bett brand Flour;
108 bbls. best D-xtor and Dean Whisky;
I9 reams Wrappins Paper;
Aad a general assortment ef prime Brandts aad Wines ;
also, Teas, Pepper, Spice. Ginger, Seda, Shet, Lead, and
allantoic kept in out line ef baslnecs. which we will
sell on the very best terms to our customers aud the
WE have just received this day, aad oser far sale, law,
10,000 yaris Kentucky Jeans and Lindsay, for Ne
gro Clot bine, of various colors and prices;
S09 deaea Old Brandy, battled In 1M7 ;
10 boxes aad half boxes Star Candles.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & ELAIB,
Xo. IS Main street.
THE subscribers keep on band the faHewln? articles,
watch they warraat to be of first quality, and for
sale tow for cash;
Wheat Faaa aad Threshers ;
E. Carver &. Co.'s Improved CettonGlas;
Wagons, Northern aad Southern manufacture J
Bacon, boa -round;
Floor, Salt, Whisky and Tebscce;
Sugar, Coflee, Teas aad Melassea ;
Candles, Powder, Shet and Lead;
Brandies aad Wtaes, sapertor article i
Lime, Oeineat aad Plaster Parts ;
Tegathar with a general assortment ot all artlolas uti
lity kept in a Grocery store.
GWTNNE & GIBSON,
Jalyt Xna. 1 aad 2 Exchange BeHdffiC.
Mrs. Susan liand
WOULD announce to the ladles of Mesaphls and the
adjuinmg country, that she is prepared to
Cut and Uako Dresses
after the new invented style, and at the shortest notice.
She i prepared with Models and B-wk iastreciton
to CUT DRESSES, and all kinds of Ladles' wearing appa
ral. after the newly invented Fattarns of MRS. J. C.
GEORGE, ef Butfaio, Xew Tort.
Mrs. Susan Land professes to teach er impart the art
of Catting to any person in a few hours, so that they caw
measure themselves or others, and make beautiful ats.
Her residence U on the corner of Main and Union streets.
up stair, in the third-story. sepT7-6m
EMPORIUM OF FASHION,
And Ladies1 General Furnishing, Cloak-
and mantilla Establishmtnt,
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are now receiving and opening one of
the largest and mo.t magnificent stocks of will
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Good., P
ever brought tu this oity. Alio, a very select assort
ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new. Silks, Cash
teens, Marrnos, DeLalnes, and a large variety ot all
styles tor Stret t, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aarticnlar atteatloa ts our Millinery Depig
ment, coosistine; of Cheaine, Moss aad Uncut Velvet,
Satin. Silk, Grecian, Italian and Bugltih Baeaets ; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5,900
worth of Sue French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and Gimpure Laces ; all styles ot
Embroidered, Telvet and Cloth
Ladles' Cloth and Velvet for Ctoaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Dresses, Ladles and Misses' Shoes, Oori ets. KM Gloves,
Furs. Trimmings ef all deecrlpUoBs far Cloaks aad Dress
X. B. Embroidering and Stamping done, Ctoaka an
Dresses made to order in a few hours at cheapest prices.
Ladies, please call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders trum the country promptly attended to.
octl N. STII LMAX & CO.
, . FOSMERLTof the flrraef Moooey it.
(Sliti Green, would respectfully say ta bis oh;
TfOcv friends and customers that be is still at
the ed stand, with a good supply of Fruit
Trees, euasUtlBg ot
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rhrt, wMh a goad supply e-f Evergreens, Green House
Plants, BttKwBS Raots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order
on a re. pec table merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attended te aad all plants gaarantiedto order and de
livered any part af tbe city, free of charge
Nursery on Main street, South Memphis,
eetl4-d6ra Receiver of Maey k Green.
TO HORTICUL WRISTS AXD PLANTERS.
I would respectfully remind the citizens
ef Memphis and sa- rtnndieg country that
the season for traaaplaatlng Fruit and Or
namental 1 rees if fast approaching. Great
additions have been made In every depart-
meui, eon' particularly a most Fruits. A more select
and varied raOeetion has never been ord far sale In
the Seathweat, cembting in part of over one bandred
CjbLoxacdLo a ,
OaUwbs. Isabella, Ohla, Scappereca;, California, etc
Grave Vines. Fias. Rasbrrls. Strawberries. Currants.
Geoseberries, etc.; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
recaas, ( nesnurs.etc., etc
Green-house plants, Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Bvercreea et every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a dttton to tbe above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Batbs, of all kinds. In consequence ot having to
mere most ef ray stock en band, I win sell It very lew.
Purchasers may rely oa everything being what It Is
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the
RiOroadDebot, or addressing
oclI-dSm 3. M. WHEATOX.
P. 3. During my absence from the city, all orders wiH
meet with prompt attention it left at the store ot J.
Wlldberger. S. M. W.
JETCEIA.VARNE & BRO.,
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the
norn Lake Road, have on hand a line as
sortment of SHRUBBERT, In every ce-
partment, consisting in part st
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, 3Kcetaviu.es, S:c.
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asiaragus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft ar or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punc
tually attended to, aad all Plants guarantied to order
and delivered to any rart ot the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens in town
or country, at the shortes t notice.
octlT-tm ETCIIAVARXZ k BRO.
For Sale Low to the Trade,
p. (1(1 KKGS nails.
JUU 360 pieces best Power and Hand Loom Bagging;
20 c lis Machine Rope;
60 culls Manilla Rope;
10O pounds Twine.
DOUGHERTT Jt ATDLETT.
23 Frant Row.
TO RAILROAD COXTRACTORS.
PROPOSALS will be received it the Engineer's OOce of
the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, until February
I0lb, 1SST. for the Grading, Masonry and Bridging of said
Rsuroati, rrom spring 11 ill to opposite the town of Colum
bia, about thirteen miles.
The above work comprises some heavy rock cutting;
abou six thousand perches of Bridgo Masonry, and six
teen hundred feet or Bridtini
Plans, Profiles and Specifications may be seen at any
time, and any further Information obtained by addressing
J. H. Devesevx, Division Engineer, at Columbia, Tenn.
. , A,,AXDERSOX,Eajtnsr.
"Xastovill. Dee. 15, IMS dec23-j:awt!Jlfrf)5 '
Jk'JE F MOUTE
EAST AND NORTH,
H I L It Q 1$ .
OPE IV TO CORINTH.
ON and after Xev. 16, 1836, THROUGH MAIL TRAIN
will leave Memphis, DAILT. at 1:00 a. m., arriving
ai Carinvh al VIM r. jr.; at Soraemile at 10:00 a. 31.
Returning Leaves Corinth at I r si ; SomerrOle, 3
TThi Train cannects at Corinth with a doable DaHy
Line of first olasl Post Coaches to tbe termlaus of aa
Eastern Dirisien of the Memphis aad Chaittstoa Rail
road. Thence by Railway direct, aad oaaasoltons sere
with all Easteraeities.
Stagias redocejl to forty trMet, aad track-laylag pre-
THROUGH TICKETS sold to the IsBawlnz polsU:
4 HUNTS VILLB.
- 111. 3TBVRCiOX,
This Train also connects with the Mtsstosfppt Central
RaHrsad to HeHy Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Canton,
Jasksen, Jt-., hx.
Aiseeeeneets at urasa jascusn statuai wnn Tsaaes
see Central RaHrsad to Bolivar, Jackson, II satin dsn
aad other places.
AbocoBaecu at Pocahontas with Tit-Weekly Line of
Csaches to Rrjtey, Pontotoc, Aberdeen aad Cotumbus,
Miss IJ.M pat.
-IHKOUGU TO NASHVILLE IX 34 HOURS
Via tke MempUsasd CharlMtoa, XashvUle aud Chatta
nooga Railroad only 40 miles ef Staging, against
TPlf ay any other route.
Tbe ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN runs daHyfex-
cept Sundays) between Memphis and the Jucettea with
the Mississippi Central Railroad:
Leaves Junction 7.00 A.M.; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r. 31. ; arrlrex at the Jasdlss
Freight Trains Ie ve Memphis far Peeabeslas DAILT
at T a.m. Doers dose star. at.
Through Tickets only, on the above Rentes, can beeb
talaedatthe Cearaereial Hotel, as well as inf.nnatfan
ceenected with the Raid.
Passeaers are reqaested te parehase Ttaketa be Is re en
teTtag the cars, aad save payment ef extra fare.
Baggage cheeked te all stations on the Railroad, aad
ae Baggage wHt be received without betaz cheeked.
Each passenger win bo allewed sevesly-ave pounds ef
baggage by Railroad, and sixty pound by Stage; bat ae
article will be carried as baggage that is not iacMeat to
the person et the passenger. In case of tot th Ceea
paay win head themselves responsible far an amount set
Xegnesf wbea traveHsc; atone, mast have a permit, na
ming ibe point to which they are to go. aad specifying
that they are to travel by railroad, or they win not be
pSl Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, TTashington, New
Yorii, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Lino for the East!
JBaltimore anil Ohio
THIS Read runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (37S
miles,) and to Washington, (f 00 miles,) aad presents
the fullest advantages both as a freight and passenger
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
Ailegbenies; and being solidly abstracted, completely
equipped and carefully managed, is one of the most at
tractive and safest Railroads in tbe United States. The
Central Ohw Railroad, from Columbus aad Zanesville tc
Wheeling, unites this read with aU portions of tbe West
The osly Tunocon Tickets rnor Motrins,
LonsviLLE and St. Louis to the Xatioxal Me
TROrOLts, are said by this mad, which runs direct to
Washington wltbaat the delay ot passing through Balti
more. It Is also the only lln. by which baggage cant
checked to Washington tram the Onto river.
J"By tke MAIL ROUTE tram Memphis, take the mat)
steamers, runaiag daily far Loal.vitte, caanecttnj there
with mall steamers or Jeffierseavule Railroad fur Cincaa
natl, whera they arrive so as to connect with the cam 01
Little Miami Railroad for Cotnmbsa, connect nt then
with Central Ohio Railroad, threagh Newark aad Zaaes
ville, to Wheenag. By tbe express train ef this rente,
the time from CtaeiBnaU to Baltimore aad to Washington
is toss than 27 hours.
Q-Be sura to ask for tickets by the Baltimore aad Onto
(Passengers from Memphis going Bast through St
Lotus, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. This route lays through Vineenne, Terra Haute.
Indianapolis, etc, to Wheeling, over the new Ohio and
Mississippi and cenanectiug Reads. These eeeeeettoaa
are all direct, and the time from St. Loals te Baltimore
or Washington is but about 43 hours. Through Tickcs
by this route msy be had ot the Agaat, ander the Plas
ter's House, al the following rates : Prom St. Louis to
Raltimere $25; to Washington $2S.
At Wheeling tbe passenger takes the saperier cars et
the Baltimore and Onto Railroad, which leave three times
daily tor Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia aad Xw
Turk. Through In 1G or 17 hours, incradinf; stoppages.
Per safety, speed, regularity, beauty ef the evuntry, and
general comfort, this road is second to nose la the Uatoa.
FRE1GUT3. This company possesses the largest
equipment of any Railroad in the United Slates, and is
prepared to do an immense business in trantportaiien.
The road makes immediate ceanectien at the wharves and
in the stre.ta ot Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia and Xew Terk, steamers ef Encssen and Balti
more Steamship Lists, by Canal aad Sea te Xew
York, and by new Merchants' and aiiarrs' Line to Boston,
steamers to Xerfalk, Charleston, Savannah, Ac Far
particulars, see fretcht tariff, centos ot which may be had
ot the Forwarding Houses in the West, or J. B. FORD,
Receiving and Forwarding Agent at Wheeling.
WM. 3. WOOBSIDB,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLETTK,
JaaSS-ly Agent, 61 Freat Sow, Memphis.
NEW AKRMGEMENT !
ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOCXD
To the North and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
M .1 1 Ij M O . IP!
Frost Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Hours,
Without Break of linage or Change of Cars or
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving tbe same Depot, tor Detruit, Xiagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, Xew Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Xiagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to Xew Tork. Time from Cairo to Xew
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comfort great
er, than by any ether route. Passvhsers through are
aOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
ehaages by short Hues of Railroads through Indiana and
Ohio! to the East ana North. "
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, f er Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, wHh Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, &c, aad with a splendid Lino ot First Class
Steamers f or Sault Sts Marie, Lake Saperier, Colling
wood, Toronto, Jtc.
"rains leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol
S.oS A. M-, Chicago and Dsnleith Express, Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago with Xew Terk Light
ning Express, everMlchlgan Central, Great Western and
Xew Terk Central Railroads, through la thirty-one hours.
This Train also connects al Sandoval with Ohio aad
Mississippi Railroad tor St. Louis and Vincennes; at
Pana, with Trains cf the Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Leuisvfite aad Cincin
nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express tor Galena,
Dualeilh; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring
field, Xaples, Rock Island, Burlington and Qulncy.
6:10 r. M., New Tork Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Station?, except oa Signal,
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur U.
Danleith, and arriving at Chicago at 2 r. n.
Passengers tor the Upper Mississippi, will find at Dan
leith, steamers of the Dnnleiih and Minnesota Puket
Company, ready to leave on the arrival ot either Cairo
Train for Lo Crosse, Redwin j, St. Paul, Jtc. Passenzen
for Janesvllle, and Central and Eastern Wteeotsln, con
nect at Freepori witn Trams to eefeii ana jaaesvue, aac
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. The Maps and Charts Indicating th Great Central
Route to the North and East are an exact transcript of
Colten's Msp of the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as well as the raining
UnVe cards of the connecting Roads, and judge for them
selves as to theeorrectness of the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
tke Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler,
as well as the business man, attractions and facilities
tor reaching the North and East, which surpass those et
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company for the convenience ot the trav
eling public, the permanency of the road and structure,
the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com
mend themsetves to those who desire in traveling tpeed,
comfort and eafety.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege
of laying over ai any point, can be had at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Oaces on tna line.
A. T. LAVALLETTE, Agent,
Jani-ly Memphis. Tenn.
LAXD AXD REAL ESTATE AGEXCY.
J. A. KAJtflVIiYCr,
LEATENWORTH CITY, K. T.
THE subscriber begs leave to offer his services to tbe
public as Land Agent, Surveyor, Draftsman, and
Dealer In Land Warrants
He win attend promptly to bnylng and selling Real
Estate, collecting debts, paying taxes, baying, senior and
locating Land Warrints, and to all business pertaining
to a General Land Agenev.
References. Co!. E. C. McCarty, Col. J. J. Clark-
son and J. D. Henderson, leavenwjrth City; J. C.
Dougherty and R. B. Hawley, Memphis, Tenn : J. R.
I Connelly, Hernando. Miss no19-w3m .
GEO. FLAHERTY & BRO.
RECEIVED per steamboat ZrJcnon, this day, $3010
worth ot Safes. Tables, Bedsteadsfas, Chairs. &c,
all of which we ofier at unusually lew prices, being press
ed for ro.m to store them; at corner of Main and Union
streets. i i' j , .
P.S, Six Pianos for.ia'e.'Oldlnitnimests Tuned and
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Opon to Cozzto.
X and alter Monday, January 12th. 1867, THROCGK
MAIL TRAIN will leave Memphi ' 111 fTTiali 1
OTs.ro.jM .;ja. as., arnrsnsastMsao at lace a. jc.
Returning, leaves Cento at 10:30 a. x., aadartivea at
Memphis at t r. M.
This Train connects at Como with J. P. McAiu ander &
Co.. daBy line of First Class Poet Coaches far Paaeea
andGrenada Stagiac redaerd to 62 mttos between Mam
phis aad Grenada through in 16 bears. The trsrtiiBK
peMic way reiy en this betas; a shorter and rheapur revte
to Gieaaaa, Castes, Jasksoa aad Vtekebars thaa aay
The FRBIGGT TRA1X wiH saabe ay trips, Massfays
excepted.) f rasa aad after Monday, the ISth at Jeaeary,
u come. It wfll beexpecpM that cosMlgeees will have
ariaegemaBts awae to taceive their gstits it th atoliuii
oa arrival, as the Cempaay have estfy temporary arraaas
meats far tokbageare ef fretchto, aad wf aa Tr Tupaa
MtM fur the to, ar damage to th 1111 a. that slatssa
Passengers are reqaoated te panh.se ticket baser
eatortoc the cars, aad save payment as exam hue.
Baaaaae checked to all statsae ah lKreV aasl ao
baagacewiu b reeetod wtsejoat beiaz eheahed. Each
aniiaa'r will be allowed K8 powad. af bitofa' HaaV
aad pouads by stage, bat ae article wfll be car
ried as oaccaoe that is aot lactdaat to the peraea ef the
Oaaaaaay wtNbeki tbrsai.tves ra-
spuasiMe far ai aawnat aot exceediag $66
sQ-Xearaaa, when travnttsg atoae, atva have a penal t
aarnia; the potat to wuich they are rt sndsnsearTtor
ttattteyare to travel by Ralfr. or aTSw
' PATRIOCa -;
From Memphis to Jackson, 88 50.
From Memphis to XashrHIe. ?!0 50.
Via Jaclcson, tTayneslioro' and
invVKr-xivr: un....i.. .v .
. . . -. ... . u n . .a m jaaaaaaia
Lr aadOhto Rallread aadai Tboaspsw. with
, " " .ai u, me haapestsaaa
uaui3t.TMllMuw . WLi --r1 .
" ' - zwma aaaaae
paias er expense wtu be spared to reader theas caearta
bie. Tbe coaches, horse aad drivers are asaerier
Onr Kae eaaects at Jaeksea with J. W. Xenreed St
Co.'s line of fear horse post catches to XashetOe.
J"'" juswwb Jl fortumb.
Fare to tircuaiiu g" OO.
Indudiiig toiuDus Ticket to HaUy Sftas.
The Cheapest and Quickest Eoute
Between Uleaphis and Grenada
It nm presented to thepuMc via the
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads.
FOR tiakeHs or information, apply to
aaaic-asr siata a. w.. Areata. Cosnnaaraiil Betel.
MIjCE PIES !
FRESH and bet MINCE PIES are to be bad every day
' Spoclkt's, oa Madiees atreet, aad
families trtd tecularlr. ea the shorts i Baataa. wtak
S3" Parties taraiaaed with Cakes. fearscMeajf Wines.
Jte , oa tbe shortest notice, and in hPECKT3 a.aal xaed
style. Give him a call. aos27-otf
200 CWtaeS- T"rBW BwUBr' cakAlM Gasger
SO cases Bieckbery Braady;
25 " Pare Jaice Port Wine ;
68 " asserted Cardial,.
. H. H. PiPPBS,
kc7 Maln-st..3ddoornerihotWoTshaM Haase.
ANEW, lisht, alefaat oad cheap PatosU WJUXS
MATTRBSS, far sale by
eeeW-f H. M. IMaWTOIepR.
SPERIO& assestBMet at Paaaea aaa Mtlsifcaas,
U. Jast received by
H. M. SROSTBMOR.
Carpets r Curtains
rrST received, a largr assortment of elegant Velvet.
Brussals, Tapestry. Three Ply, Sapertor aad Oseaajan
Carpets, Rugs, Curtains. Cornices, it
"epSS-tt H M.GROSVEXOB.
cJflastc I Music!
PROF. P. RIVINAC wjaid respxetiuliy innaancn to tic
cilisens ef Memphis and vicinity, that he wm give
iiistractiea on the Puna aad Galtar. Al, weMaale
that be will Tuna and Repair Pianos, Melodaaus, eto. Sa
tire satisfaction win be gtvea.
Those wihir.s; to take lessons win please aaatjr atAeaz
aader & White's Music and Book store.
These wsshiag to parcbata seed Piaao, sssakeal ea
hi n, aad he will sehi you the beat in the cAty.
RErERESCE Br. Turner, R. S. Taliaser Br.-Was.
Rogers, H S. Bradford. Sr. Tattofete, J. L. WtastoM,
Rev J. "Rogers, Eason Jones. Browas.Ula, Tesa.
I TA EE great piatv.Br ns li r.imiastbH Me. P. RI
VINAC to the citiiews ot Memphis, atsd aaasueaaaety to
my f nnd., as e ef the first Teachers tss th i. 7blh. aad
bope yea will patroolie him in bis Uae at baitoui, aa be
gives entire satiarMiioB. E especially,
nortS-im J BARBIBRZ.
gj- Eaqairer copy.
T THIS day hut la Mrsasshts, aad as I believe, en Wsjcv
1 iBCton street, a small awmeraaea-bevk, aad SMMef
Arkaaeas Swaarp Laad Scrip.
Xe. 1043 for 3 la
No. lOttfor 90 J)0
issued la Sepssmber, H6S, aast payehle ad Ptae ra.
Thrs is to notify tttoOadeiwa the mass i,iul It iHtu
an persons notice aot to parchaae th sasaa A praeer
ceapensatian wilt be given by me to the flsatsi oa deJtoaTy
THOMAS JAM Bei.
T03IBS, nEAD AXD FOOT STOXES, ic.
CONSTAXTLT on hand. Moaumeats of alt dsseria
tions, from $100 to $1000. ot latest style aad pat
terns. Tombs aad Head and Feet Stones, faraisbed aa
low as any other establishment wrio ao their watkwsll
and satisfactory. To these s-eeHa: aaytbieg ta the
ManumeatUlineweeMdoweHip.ttAaad examsae be
fore sendingjtbetr orders to tbe Neath! The nnderstzaed
win be toand at the etd stand jt Atfams street, betweea
Main aad Front Row, opposite the Warshaa Hease,
ready to oil any orders, having the beat et Marble aad
Werkraen, ae pains shall be spared to gte sails fsaabin.
P. 3. Mr. M. L. Sort Is bow en a toar tbrsags
NorthMiMuaippt aad the sMJaoeatcaaalles at Teaaessee,
soliciting orders for Marble work, and will ceatraet for
MarWe at shop prices, the eeiect et bis ur betog ehteay
to remove the impreeitoa that orders mast ba seat ta the
North for pod work. The settle brmft saUefled that
it I the beet policy to encourage hem iTschtstrv, aad if
goad work aad reasonable prices win keep bastaess at
borne, give year orders to Mr. Sry, or Clll appelMe the
Worshara Huso. ang2S-wtf J. W.
James and WUtiaa Rodgeis,
vi. I PetHloa far the Sato f
BHfsbelh Redsers, et al., V Real aad PtoiaaulPia .
heirs and diatilbatee of i party tot Phalli.
Culrea Bedzers, deed. I
T virtue ot a Decree of the Baaaly Caatt eg flhasbj
Caaaty. mad is tbe above caase. ai the Jhaairy
Term. reW7,ef said Court. I will oner at paafjt sat, ass
TUBSDAT, Febrsary 10th, 1867, oa the priests is,
Tho Tract of Land
belonging to the estate f CuUea RaJgers, deVd, ahaatS
mile, east of Ratettm, ea, the LaGraace read. laiiliastofT
200 acres, mereor lea, aad alee the 3LAVBS, seven ia
numrcr, beiaagms to the sasd eatato
Terms The Laad wfH be sold sahjeet to the wtfew's
dower, tor a third cash, aad the bahtace ea a esadttsf
one and two years ; the Slaves for Mtr-haU cash," aasl the
batanes on a credit, ef eae year. the paeehaser givaaic
beet and good security, aad Ilea betas setaiaed as the
Land until Snal payment.
Jaaie-wta juh tr. rKstanv ..vt. ipeit.
Clerk's Sale of Eand.
Wm. Reaers aad wile, Mary"!
Rogers. Wyatl Btana, et
al , heirs ot Hitand Bland,
Petition ex-parte to sell Land
Ia Coastay 9art f Sael-
Vhy Co., Jaastary Terra,
BT rirta ot a jMcrae ia tss aeave caaee, miar ay sae
County Court of Shelby Cvaaly, Janes ry "Perm, IS5T,
1 wHi aar at Dsshile sato, at the late restdsneeteC CaHea
deceased, ea tbe LaGrang aad Raleigh read, eo
TUESDAY, February Mth, 1867,
A Tract of Land,
ceBlalBieg 145 acres, betengtnz to the heirs efBHaad.
Bland, deceased, situated ia Range 6, Secttoa 1, north of
Wolf river, m roe oran.j nnoj. mi
Tmsts Half cash and half oa a credit af eaeyear.
the purchaser giving bond and security, and a Hen beieg
retained on the land nnsil final payment.
JanlO-wtds Juu.i r. TaigsvAall ueic.
THE next session ot this InstMoHea wWeemmases on
FEBRUARY 2d. .
Pec sliar advantages ara here ofltred te yeans: men who
desire a thorough course otitsiustractton. The Feeattr
aaer every facility that their schelaf ship, axpertoaee aad
energy may altow. Great care wW be taken te make
Sp-clal attention will te given te the departmcat af
Modern Languages aad GivR Engineering; Very sapertor
Mathematical InstremeaU have been parahssed fectha
Denartraest et Practical Mathematics, taerodlBg utssa
Surveying. Clvit Engineering. &c
The diytptine af the Institeltea wen b pramptSsjet
parental, and no student of Incorrect dtpestment wWb
Tbe village Is healthy, highly maral, tree crest ex
travagance aad retired tr nt places offcriag indneemeBts
to vice. Nature seems. Indeed, to have designed it-pre-emlnently
as a place for Ltterar pursuits.
The RasseHville Female Institute is an Instltssttonef
high grade, and thus the brother aud stater may aeeara
pany each other. TA Count of Instruction is Ihec
oush, more so than most Colleges of the South and Wast.
Tke buildings are commodious, neatly furnished and, vary
finely situstod. ThqFacalty are genUerren Lthereagh
scholarship, of ripe experience, and f crelt?enersy of
For further particulars, address the PreisdeaOL T.
BLKWETT, or P.. H. OA LDWELI
de;20-w2m Secretary of th Board of, Tsasteea.
- Choice Irish Potatoes
ocVCS ' ' ' " ' - ' No.OMofcwtstreet.
,tV .Iifi'i'J i
fi. .e . t : f
1 v -
i . t'f '-tri'.!--.'