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MEMPHIS, TENN., THlSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1857.
VOL. VII. NO. 270.
B'MCLANAHAN, HUTTONu& CO.
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MoDLAXAHAJf. HCTTON & CO.
I. O. RIVES,
AT30RSBT AXD OOUKSELOK AT LAW, 3IeiaaUs,
Tea. OSca in the Post OSoca BaiMlsg.
As1baslBe.seatrastedtobU carewfll receive prompt
and faHhtnl attention. CnllecttoBs promptly made la the
sajiusMdang coanUM el tfeat Tcaneee, illuitslppi and
J. A. ANOEUSOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kemphb, Tenn. OSoe In
Walker's BaUiiaj, ovsr ilansSeld'a Drag Store,
Main street. Janl0-ly
BEXJA3HX HOTVCOTT, Dentist.
HAVINe-nreoared mrelfweU to practice
Dentisbytnilemphis. I respectfnlly soliett
.the patronage 01 au wno asay neea my vzi- 1
r vices in the Deatal line, and bind myself to I
rerform all aperatlons on the Teeth, and Insert Atticial 1
Teeth in the most approved style as well as it can be 1
dose in tMsr asy other cosntry.
OSce a Xaln street, opposite Worsham Hease.
W. ACRXE.. ....... ....K. M. ACREE.
G. TF. &, II. 31. ACREE,
EEKTIST8. OSce cnion Bluer, uonn
stmt, between Main and Front bow,
Au JJentai uperaMens pengnmn w
the east possible pain. Diseases of the Alveolar rreeese
and Gams treated la the meat skiBf al laaaBer. Fall or
partial Sets of Teeth set on Gutta Pereha or Gold, with
the latest improvements, and OUABAKTIED.
DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, SR., has rotcraed to his old
cocsestead near Memphis, and reopened bis Infirm
ary, aad w remain permsaeatly. He treats the fellow
ag Ohreatc Diseases : Cancers, Scrcffula, Whi e Sweiliag,
Zamars and W.ns, without Surgical opratres. He aJsc
treaU an OhroaK Female diseases. Sores ef loagstaBdiBg,
Tetter, RhsamaUsm, Syphilis, and all f ernsa of Mercortil
Dr. O. deems It unnecessary to say more, as he has liv
er wtlaeeses of his success from Maine to Oregon.
J. WIClrBIHAM ED. A. BEECnEK.
1FICREBSHAJI & BEECHER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Merapais, Tennessee. Office,
. N. II JeEtrson street. Jsal-tt
SMITH P. BANRHEAD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office In the
Poet Offlee Mock, over Aydlett &. Oo., third story.
.TOHN A. NOOE.
A TTORNET AT LAW. Office in the Tost Office BaHd-
lag, Memphis, Tenn. pe-rtl-n
' Dr. R. I.. I,ASIU.
T ATE Staff PhTitd in and Di" or of several Res pttals
I i in Germany, member of discreet Medical Societies
In New York has locaiea in me city oi nemymz, ami oi
lers his eerviees to the public as Physician, Ascoacber,
wi ftr an AMriUms.in Sarcerr.
13- Office on Washington street, between Mala and
X. T. SJCHARBSOH..W. W. TTHEATLET..M. A. JUDOS.
Richardson, VFlieatley & HiS5,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office on the corner of Second
. and Ooert streets, Memphis, Tenn. tl-j
it. r. TiROATN.
ATTOUKJT AT LAW, Marion, Ark., practices in
Fhtlllps, Crittenden, Mississippi, Green, Mndolpfa,
Lawrence, iBdependence, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Francis
and Moure 3 Counties, ta Arkansas. . oci,-n
T1K. TIIOS. KELLER.
LATE of Tuscumbia vAlabama, has located pormaneet
lytnMemns!?, nd oilers bis services to the public
ra all the branches of his profession He has taken the
oSee herstorore oeeapted by Dr. Bryan, comer of Sheeny
and Union streets. Having recently made a careful and
general reiictiMi of Surgical Instruments, be is prepared
tor an the operations of Surgery. Residence eo Shelby
street, between EJlsg and Treievant streeU.
HASKELL & SEARCY,
s TTORSEY AT LAW. Memphis. Tennessee. Wm. T.
jti. Haskell sad Robert Searcy have associated them
selves together in the praetloe of Law. Office, in the
Walker Bteek. anvM-dlin
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Oovingt.n, Tenn. All bestow n
J entrastrd to his care win reoelve prompt atUntsos,
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Teas., win practice
jt. In all the Courts of Memphis and the Western Dis
triet of Tecnessee.
Q- OSce south of Court Square, adjoining that of the
F.OBERT H. OSBORNE
TILL practice Law In the Courts of Hardeman, Fay-
f else, Tipion ana aeiuy, aiso lajiwiuj
Air eMmtles. and In the Supreme Oun at Jackson. AH
Vjuinn .ctnuted to him wlL receive prompt and faith
f el attention. Hi' office is In the Ohancery Clerk's office,
Bettver, Hardeman county. Tenn. nans
OtJxx.v jr. i AiukxiSiaiSf
a TTOB.NRY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Ttn. Office corner of Mala and JeSSrson streets.
ever Lehman & Co 's.
Refer to Hans. Henry Plrtls, W. T. BaBeck and Messrs
A. L. SbotwB Jt. Son, Loalsvffie, Ky.; Hon. James Fryor,
OarrosKon, Ky.J McGregor, AHeway & Co., and Moses
Greoswood, New Orleans; E. M. Apperson Jt Oo., Mcm
Q. C. CRASTY.
A TTORNET AT LAW, and Commissioner for the
.X States of Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi and Ten
nessee. LOUISVILLE, ZY., will promptly attend to bus
lness entrusted to his care, and enforce the coXeetien of
claims In this ana tno adjoining Biases.
ErrrnxHers Hon. Jacob Thompson, Oxford, Miss
Eon. J. J. McRae, Governor et Mississippi. Jackson;
Hon. H. 8. Bennett, Washington guy; col. u. Y. Dm
vsm-hls. Tenn.; Bent tc. Dsral, Tncker, Braanan & Co.
Bankers, Seo. Blanche nl, Hughes & Hutchinson, Louis
X3- Office, "MarUe Hall Buildings," Tifth street,
between Market ana jtnerson. junxi
n. x.. HEitnoir armstboxo,
HERRON & ARMSTRONG,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CofilevIHe, Talohnsha county,
Missietlppl. WiUpractteeln the counties of Yalobu
thal TaBahatchle, Lafayette, Panola, Carroll, Choctaw,
Chlcksaaw, and Calhoun. Also, In tho United States
Court at Tontotoc, Tlee Chancery Court at Carrollton,
and Blgh Court of .Errors aa appeal aiwauaoo.
NEW ObLEAKs McRae, CoCman tc. Co., FanlTilaEe
it Co., Buohanau, Carroll & Co., J. Sornsida & Co.,
yrierscv'w'er fc Co
vhtrii Cassltt. HOI Talaadge. .Ferrcsoa
jfeUL Xownes. Ortta fc Cc,, G.J). Johnson, B. F. DIB,
J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AXD ItETAIL
G JR O JB M 8 ,
AKD DEALERS IK ALL XISDS OP
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner of Slain and Union Sts.,
HATE always on hand a well and carefaBy selected
stock t articles In their line, width they will sell at
the lowest earreat prices.
J3r Orders promptly filled with dispatch.
AKD DEALXB 1ST
TFatches, Clocks, and Jewelry,
coR.vr.K or main" and ADAMS-ara.,
A TACBS this method of informing his friends,
and At pablic generally, that he has moved from
(f3, his old stand to the corner of Vain and Adams
&s&streeta, where he will take plrasnre in exhibitlnc
a new and cboKe lot of JEWELRY, to tboee who may
favor him with a oaH, and will be plsased to execute an
orders tor repairs In his line. lie hopes, by honesty, In
tepritr. and his efforts t. please, to gain the confidence
and liberal patronage of all who may find it convenient to
visit his establishment.
ry- An ordsrs for repairing In every branch of my bn;
slaeks promptly attended to. aotSl-ly
We are now receiving and opening oar
Fall aiui Winter
CONSISTING of every Tariety of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods usually kept in this market. Saperflne Black
andBlae Cloths, Cassimeree, Doeskins, Cloaks, Jisntillis,
Moire Antfciiie, Velvet Shawls, te latet style; Ladles'
Dress Geeos, of a sapcrtor qcality ; Crape Shawls, a
lire lot of MaakeU. Negro Cloth, BraRans, Kady-Made
Clothirtg. Boots aBJ bw, Rats, sad a variety of arl icier,
too Baaserons to aseatlon.
AU 1 aek is, "Oome one, come all," and examine ray
stock, before making yoar paresises. I boeght en the
Tety best terms, and am determined that none skill nn
dersell mt. I shall adopt the Cash System, exnpt te
panetaal dealers. A. u. bl,aik,
No. 277 Xatn streeC,
Old Stand of Fercoeon & Neill.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Jlemphis. Tenn.
rp ng hisheet raerket prices pW for rongh and rendereo
J 'EiSeW, LacdaBdSeapCwate. Boi-1y
J. B. SHAEPE,
jfa. 35 AfadUon-tt ., between Front Rote i ifain,
' XEUPniS, TENN.,
TTT-OCLD respeetfnBy inform the mereaants at Mem.
VV phis and surroonJins country, that be has jast re
turned from the cities of Virginia, wherebe established
a pemtaaeet Aewxt fr the sale of all grades of Virgin
ia Tobacco, and intends to keep constantly en hand e
stock eqaal to the demand, at maanracturers' prices.
Beieg tally ase Xf ooapeto with the New Tort, Balti
more, Clncmnatl and New Orleans market r, he invites
the atteotiea of all dealers in the above artiel. to nb
stock before parchasing elsewhere. '
ecSt-d&w tr J. B. SnAKPE
A. r. M'CASE........."..1 a WILLIAMS.
McCAIfE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to "Wheat is Taylor,)
FOUTJ'ARBIXG AST) COMBITSSION
Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas,
Af f frosiir.y of the MrnphU and Little Rock Rail
road on White Rivtr.
THIT keep oesttsntly on hand Sngar, Cofrw, Salt,
Hoar, Votastes, and all other articles usnaUy kept
in a Srooerv. which they will sell kw for cash or ex
change for Hides, Furs and Fdtries, or any other articles
brought to the market.
rj- Goods destlaod for I.ltlle Rock or the adjacent
counties, shipped to Duvall's Blafis, wffl be forwarded
immediately, as there are a'wsys wageus and teams In
readiness to haul to any point.
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
h. oTIrewer & CO.,
TiEPBR to J. T. Scatter, riasaoess jsaoa oi in
Jtt Repabllc, New York; J. K. Sass. Kq . PresUen
Bank of Chartesion, a. v- jiraw.. v '
J W. CaldweU, Kso.-. CharlestoB, S. C; Col. Wm. M
ChurehwrlL President Bank of Fst Tennessee, Knox
rlUe; I. B. KIRTLAND, Eeq., and Messrs. FALLS k
CASH, Memphis, Tenn. sep27-Cm
JOHN B. S0TT0;
BOOT AND SHOE
No. JG Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
wotu. j l - T,T u
I SHOES, Of his own make, also of other
,7 manufacturers. He keeps, alM, Leather, f
-c.j. .i iTnn.1- rir Skiaa. French and w
American Sbo Findings, TruBks, Carpt Bags aBo. a
Ihee.allot which he wl.l aeU as cheap as any la this
Give htm a call before purchasing elsewhere.
A. STREET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
augl2 MEMPHIS, TENN.
Walker & Brothers,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING,
AND DEALERS IN
ttVV UOOltS, IbOOtS afc SOCS,
TTo. 79 T"ront Bow.
nnthinr nnrrulr mannlactnred for this mar-
f BM ket, and are opening the best selected stocks of
uall kinds of llrv Goods. Boots ana anoes, bt.i
bmirtit here, which we efier at the lowest possible prices
being enabled to compete with any house through the
r.rimtu ml Mr house in PBIlaoeipnia.
Wo would e-pedally invite tho attention of country
merchants, knowitg that wt an and wiU salt all
t . i;r. l arc see. -um-
SCHNEIDER & CLASSIC!.,
Jsjmort Street, oppcMe commercial uoiei,
WE ask the patronage of citltens and
those visiting Memphis. We warrant all
tfcv 0r our work, and our long experience in
STth. business wM enable us to make or re
pair Gans and other rire-arms in a superior and work
manlike manner. miw
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Afainfrrf, nest door to Odd Fettovt' nail,
DE P T s I IXrtLS X1NT
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
i-IHEMICALS. Surgical lajtrnments. Fancy Goods,
j Patau, Oils, Wladow Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
X3 Every article sold by ns warranted as represented,
susjeet to ce retnmed atour expense. juiyo-iy
HVOLLINTINB, Esq., has removed his Law Office
aver the Store and Commission House of Fowlkes,
Mount & Co., on Jefferson street, between the Poet Office
and Mam street. speij-ir
- D f. DUBOSE.
A TTORNET AT .AW, Memphis, Tenn. Office oa eitt
X sM of Main street, between Jefierson and J dams.
Rater to Titus. MeEwen. Harris k McNeill, J. D.
WisHams, W. B. Miller and Miles Owen, M asphls,Tenn'.;
(kottoii M acioxSe
JAMES To TATLOR-""- R0S
TAYLOR & ROSS,.
GENERAL C03L1IISSI0N MERCIUNTS
No. G Monroe Street, Memphis,
TT7ILL mako liberal csh advances on all consignments
V V of Froduee or -Merchandise.
References llenderson, Terry f. Co., S.
Co., New Orleans; Speod & Strange, E. SI
0. Nelson li
PATTEHSOW, MAESHAIi O & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
Xo. 49 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn.
0TJR charges for selling Cotton on arrival are Fifty
Cents per Bale ; for storing and selling Seventy-Five
Cents. All Cotton Insured unless otherwise Instructed.
J. Jt. SMITH. ..J. B. MEACKAM... WHITE FIELD.
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
W lvolcsalc ft v o ccrs,
Fonrarding & Commission aiercliants,
(ilttby 4- Hunt't Nev BuildinaeJ
K"o. IS Front Row, Memphis,
HAVE now on hand a fins assortment of Bagging and
Repe of tba best brands, together with a complete
and well sileettd stock of the various articles usually
kept In onr business, to which w invite the attention of
Agents lor the sale of "Pike's celebrated Magnolia
Whisky,-" and Joaes, Lloyd i. Co.'s Southern Manufac
tured Nails. SMITH, MEAOUAlt & 00.
J. f. HILL T. HAYLET.
HILL & HAYLEY,
Cotton Factor Si
OVER D. n. TOWNSBND'S,
OR SelliGg, 50 cents per bale. For Storing and Sell-
Int. 76 cents per bale. All Cotton aotpi'ea 10 or
btored by us will be c.vered by Insurance, unless other
XS Bagging, Rope and Flaatatien Supplies furnished
to customers. xplO-dawSm
A. a. satiTimiCK.
...J. R. WBAT...
SMITIIWICK, 1VRAY & CO.,
.Vo. 3 iladiton-tt., bewteen Front Row end Afafn-ef.,
Up Stain, MEilPWS, TAT.V.
STRICT attention given to Selling ;ahd f.torine Cotton
and Produce consigned to us.
N. B- Orders for Bagging. Rope and Plantation Sup
plies filled with care and dispatch. Charges tor Selling
and Storing Cotton, fifty cents per bale. ang21-tm
A. Ifl. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Svcceuort to Powell 4- Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
S. tVILDS VERNOX, 1
D. C. -WILLIAMS, J
Late of Panola, Miss.
W. A. BB.YAK,
M. H. BXTAIt,
Late of LaCrange, Tenn.
YEEION, BETA! & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
No. 6 Front Bow, over Mcacham fc Gnlbrnlth's,
"nlRTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
JT -VUln? Cotton. Charges 60 cenU per bale.
All ootlon sent lo us win ce cowreu juubiuvt,
unless ctherwiso Instructed. xttB.
T. B. NORMEXT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S KEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, ir 1-2 Front Row,
LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
. M. AW,EHS0rt....C. DELOACB....DATID ADAMS.
E. JL APPERSON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
A5D DEALERS IN
Bagging, Rope, Groceries, &c,
No. G5 Front How, and G Jefferson btreet,
53- Particular attention paid to storing, selling and
shipping Cotton. i"3.w?n
New Orleans, La.
..N. C. SSIDEB,
WALKER & SNIDER,
Ho. 123 Canal Street,
JnlylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS. LA.
, M. HOKTOJt,.. ........ ..............H- C. H0RT05,
Ijite Horton Hunter. Late of Menthalta, Miss.
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
So. 2iIaii3on-St.,oppctite I. B. KirtUni't Qflce,
WE will continue as heretofore, giving special atten
m tii. Kila aad Storage of Cotton, at fifty teats
per bale, and to the selection and purchase of any article
Is market. OOce removed from No. 3 Front Row to No.
J Madison street, nearly opposite union pant. aus--v
g. M. GATES A. M. woou
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTORS, GBOCERS,
Produce and Gcisral commission
A'o. X Union Sfreef, itlween .Vain and From Kins,
FTER an active application to buslners, lor over
XX. eleven years, we, for the erst time, soucu me ps
tmnin .f onr friends In the capaelty of Cotton Factors.
We fe.l confident of our anility 10 piease sucu as icaj
confide their business te our charge. Our stock of Bag
ninr. Robo and Geniral Supslles will not be exoeUed in
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Produce, In store, will only be effected upon actual
lnstructlsns, or whsa under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be insured while in
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on
the face of bills lading.
To all cur friends who have so liberally patronised us
during years past, we shall offer the same inducements as
heretofore for a continuance ex tneir paironare.
JunlS-dawly GATES & WOOD.
WAXDLAW HOWARD WSf. T. nOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
t orivaramg mcrcnanis,
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
fvlJALERS ia Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Cofifee, Mo-
Ay lasses, nice, Flour, Lara, Bacon, Maexeret, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, wine, wnurr, vitersr, lluano,
Lime, Land-Tlsster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock now ob nana, ana isr sale at reasonable prices.
rCash advances made on Cottons in store for sale or
shipment, au ueucna insurea unless oi nerwise instruct'
ed. our open reueyoi insurance covers auueuencoB'
signed to us by water ; also, the risk et Fire while in
tore, unless otherwise instructed. Our prices far storing
and gelling txxions, ue same as we asva ccargea for
yara p Cfty ceou per bale. lulyM
BEKJ. REID........ .... M. REID,
B. REID & RRO.,
NO. M FRONT ROW, MBMPHIS, TENN.
A LI. Cotton scut to our address Insured, unless lnitrne-
XX, tlans t the eoatrary are rsceivoa. riant
T- 1". ATDLETT..
T. F. AYDLETT & CO.,
JIO. SS ORATIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
NO. 2 FROST BOW, MEMPHIS,
TTTTLL mako cash advances en all Cotton or other Pro-
V dues shipped to T. P. Aydlf It & Co., New Orleans
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission aad Grocer Merchants,
dect0-dwSra NO. 9 FB0KT ROW.
CUDDY, BROWN &'00.
OTTON F AC !I0JR;S
AKD GENERAL . ;f)
JS CAMP STREET, NEW uulAxa.T
. air uivaaces made on au Cotton or ahtrPrcduce I
'IsmedTs above, by SIILXS OWEN.
J""- r Z
.J. B. ELLIS. ...... t. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSUX, ELLIS &,BLflK; Z
OTTON EACTORS. GRPCERS,
lleceiving, Forwaraing ana general
Ko. 31 Maxn w , "J? -sr-
a w.. a fl.HlI Sk1war AM
R0F nd BiSElag wt naui.u "wy,,-
J. M. PATRICK JtCO.i
FROM ROW, MEMPHIS, TKM,
fOFFICK CT-STAIRS.) . "JL
. . . ii 1- .11 rs.ttrn iuiinn tat sals
rTTlLLgIveBirKiaiUuv--. -. ajm-
W in ihi. market, or shipment. .IJ.
sned to us will be Insured agamstm. n,.
gersot River Navigawou
1'- . J Vlea arhILm IQ lUflLmmtU
otherwise Instruaea. uruer. i ' 5
Sapplle. will meet our PPlATBtcr. , 50.
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet. Front Row fcilain,
T)ARTICOLAK attention paid to sale and shipment of
Baermng. Rope and Plantation Supplies frrnbhed at I
lowest market prtees.
Cotton Factor fcCommissioiiJIcrcliaiit,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 went now, aenipuu.
... i a i 4 - Allln-e n1Sl fnT
r.rrit.. Bagging and Rope, &C 1
,J. B. ORlTFIKOs
m . ..... ..r.. . . .v.... i
i. usca 3
lYTAin street. Memphis, Tenn.
'R will furnish supplies to our friends as heretofore,
and make IdvanoeVoa shipments to our friends in
. ,,rni.rn.j. C. OBirrlSO..E.S. THEOBALD.
Pmnkfort. Kv. Memphis, Tenn.
THEOBALD, GUIFFlftU &
General Commission Merchants,
NO. 71 CAMP STREET,
lulTfflrdawtf iiy u....
E. C "tOHVELL
H4iy Springs, Miss
MASON & N0RVELL,
Cr 3ci O O 33 25. "ST ,
f nr TV STRRET.
Al W JLWW
tONSTANTLT on hand, Bagging, Rope and Plantation
V Supplies. . Zi.
L. BEASLET A.W.LOTIHO.
REASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
NO. 12 FRONT BUW, Briui3.
A LARGXstockof Rope and Bagging alwaysoo band.
A lL . atsrr bale, all other Prodaco at
ji ....... , . . , . .
usual races, lastractlons sincuy uj, 4Y'?'
r-raltance. All r.oduce issuroo, l1-"""", r
..SAMUEL C. MOCJtT.
tiios. jErrxRsos fowleei.
FOWLKES, 3IOUNT & CO.,
Post Office Building, jeuurauu-Qu,
MEMPHIS, TEA i"M.
ran rnTrns in Fire-Proof Warehouse. Insurance
O per oenL less than any house In the tty.
rr Cotton in store placed under insurance, unless in-
"CcttrS.o.nn good .te.rn.krel and
flaatVcored by our Open 1-ollcy of Insnru.ee, unless
otherwise expressed In fa . ot Bill Lad tag
53- Orders for Bagging, nope ' .w7m
solicited from our patrons. Jnly2-daw7m
E. AIIXEIiXi & CO.,
For the Sale, Storage and Shipment of
mo. fio "FRO XT ROW, MEMFHIS,
LL order, lor Bagging, Bale R;, ,J!0
l i.n. .nd Plantation Sunpli', filled carefully am
rromntlv. at tbejowestrrent rates augl-wiy
T- ITHATTOS, I
. II. DTJASCOUB,
) w. s.Dosono.
STRATTON, McDA 1 1 1 a at uw.
GROCEUS AND OENEUAIj
NO. 70 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEH.N.
LLunient. Injur 'gg&
Aed. Agent, for" GR1S WOLD'S ceebr.Ud COTTON
We continue to Store and SeU Cotton at FIFTY CENTS
Pl . ..... t ,rv1 IndlaBis-
uu n.nu, a . . .
Onhaaa, a larse . "VJ"W .CTVlTr.,
..n n.rjv.ra tnretherwiinaneaTysuK.1
of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, woita c
... , . . at ih.lAtr.it market wices.
wia ruraio wi oui . rn
S., McD. fcCO.
s. traksioli r- u. iu...U.
FRANSIOLI & WILLIAPIhOA,
Imoorters, Wholesale and Retail De Jers In
Frencli and German Vases,
SILVER, SILVER PLATED,
GERMAN SILVER & BRITANIA WARE,
FINE TABDE CUTLERY, &c., 4ie.
1SS Main Street, Memphis.
ALSO, Looking Ulasses, ixamg uw ' , '
Trays, Parlor Lamps, Chaadallers, Glrondoles, etc.,
etc, etc. 3
Auctioneer and General Agent,
REAL ESTATE BBOKEB,
63 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
Furniture, Lam scrip ana arrauu,
Leasing Property, fcc.
Storage and oonsignmeois sMiuiru.
TT.-i--h uniaM of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL,
. "? i I.MU,-. l.i.nf Hnntiville.Ala-
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to ron; laments and
sales of every aescnpiioo. x.ij.s.oai.
MADE OX COSSIQHMEST.
JTrStorage and oonstgnme cs soiicm-a.
PT S. I am Agent far The Adams Express Ccmtr.
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BY
Fashionable Hatter, 75 Front Row.
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES AM) BROGASS,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT
W.lr k-;A1703XPfi I
octl2-ly No. 75 Front Row.
C. C. MAYD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
tttHERE can bo found all deserlDtlon of Grave Work,
VV which will be furnished as ehesp as it caa be got
in any market West, AlsoBnlldlng Work done at short
It Is to the Interest 6f all persons wanting such work to
nnreha.e from the Tarda at Memnhls instead of purchas
ing from Agents, as tha Manufactory have ta add the
twenty per cent, that Is paid Agents to the work told by
them. Southerners, leek to your Interest;
dtc3-dwBm 0. C. MAYD WELL.
THE subscriber having opened the shove men
in linme. on tha West side of Shelby street.
between Gayoso and Union, Is now prepared to
receive all who may favor mai wun iwr pat
ron age. Ills house is situated convenient 10 sae steam
boat landing, and contiguous to the basinets portion of
the eltr. and nassencers wishing to take the Railroads
can take the omnibusss from the door. The Hoe.e is
entirely new, and has been newly furnished from top to
deelSJm M. W. MASON'.
W OHSIUM llOSli,
Corner of Main and Adams street.
THIS House Is situated in the centre of bwtues, and
Is now finished and in complete order. Toe Proprietor
pledges himself it shall not be surpassed by any Hosse in
Being grateful Jor the very liberal patronage beatewed
on him f er tho last two yars, ho bopf by a street atten
tion U business to merit a continuance of the same.
oo7-tf J. J. WORSHAM, PrbprietoT.
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON ST3.
THIS establishment has just undergone thorough re
pairs in every department. Rooms newly pslated
and papered; bedding thoroughly renovated ; there is net
even a mattress that is not new or equal to new ; carpets
mostly new, fce. In on. word the hoase is now in de
cidedly better orcer than it has ever been since it was
built. Tery grateful for Ihe liberal patronage to the
House since I have occupied It, aad having renewed two
leases, one on the House, the other upon my age, I hope
to be able to give more attention than horetoforo. I so
determined to make my guests comfortable.
oc7-tf D. COCK.RBLL, Proprietor.
mSSTATTH V INTO?
ON CNION STREET.
THE subscribers respectfnlly inform their old friends aad
all the public, that they have opened a new Reetao
ranl on Union street, where they are prepared to. tarnish
the best brands that can be found in the market, served
In the best Parisian styles, Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
sod Fresh Water Fish, Birds In fact, everything suited
,neflaMt and most delicate epicurean taste
tost delicate epicurean uste.
Give ns a call. We have six diflVreot rooms for the ac
commodation of Private Parties. We will not be outdone
In any branch connected with our business.
ianl6-tf UKarsKui.r uiiiii
0RSHAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALER IN
Adnms Street, under tuo iTor
T'EEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
14 . i . - tv.:i.I. Ih.ll . vn, l,iM JftiltM
Kirdiues. Iobsters. S Diced and Pickled Oys-
In connection with this estab-
' lishmentl have fitted apan Oyster
s3,Saloon, and wUl receive FRH6II
uaare.no wy every i...
S. P. BRICHBTTO.
By V. BACIGAIiTJPO,
Corner Washiagtoa-St. and Front Bow.
RECEIVES FRBSH SHELL
i s 0TSTKK3 by every petei, aaa is
now ready to wait upon all who
will give him a call, In the very
" Families suppuea at an Boars.
Satisfaction given, or no sale. octM-dSm
R E C F & S
Rv R. A. Vaccaro.
. nre r
FIKE LIQUORS, jCS
tf t 1 ,W all brands; 111
Q)'ro ftK V.vana Cigars, &c,
I. A. direct from Custom
House, New Orleans. Oysters, Refreshments, aad ail
other Luxuries, day and night. octl"-3m
P. H. HEINRICH & BR0.,
297 MAIN STREET,
jj-eeP constantly on hands largo variety of PLAIN
.nd FANCY CANDIES. CAKKS. Fruits, Preserves,
etc., wholesale and retail. Wo are also prepartd to fur
nish parties at the abortest notice
. IN connection with this we
stf SIR, If. rskepp open our LADIBS and
c-iy '"KgEN'TLEMENS' OTSTBR SA
,LOONfrom9o'clockA.M.,tel2 o'clock p. M.,and are receiving during the whole season,
FRESn OYSTERS by every steamtr. We solicit a share
of the public patronage. nov2-dSm
-2 THE Proprietor woaa.in--s1Jj!.
?TZ form the public that he hesgSfl-jg
ijyi?. opened for Ihe season, and fltied up in the
i v -irif itTlr sntl li now prepared to accom
modate the traveling public equal to any Kcstaursnt in
the city. Having had considerable experience ia catering
to the public, he hopes to receive a liberal patronage.
Every attention paid lo my patrons aad the public
Wild Game. Oysters, Lobsters, Sardines, always or.
hand; the best the market affords. CaU at No. 30 Jef
ferson street. North side, next door to Main street.
p. s. Meal at all iwrs. angl5
. O. SMITH. ...B. T. HJTH1UE....8E0. J. KOWiASD.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic itqiiora,
AND A8ESTS FOR THE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 364 31aln Street, Detween secona ono aniru,
Janl3-ly IXICISVILLE, KY.
.H. B. HARVEY.
C. M. HARVEY
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
OUR personal attention
will be given to the Sale or
iv,f( sv rv .mviui v. .... . .
1 tr ni4.n.. . .in..t i .
rSy address. We will contract Freight on the
I .. . . . ., . .i.
i above t.r re-snipment enoer vj ..u vi .kuu
We have had several years' experience In our market
in t. j ium-h..inirnr Ktanfcs and assorted Merchandise.
BEmn to Cook fc Co., J. C. Grirnng fc Bro , Speed
fc Strange, Hannah fc Shanks. decl2-ly
J. M. HIcFADDHV tfc CO.,
(LATE TRIPLETT, M'FADDIX fc CO..)
No. 2S Leree, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. I.OUIS, MO.
r RDERS for Barging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour,
J Grain, fcc, solicited and promptly execateu.
LOUISYILLE PAPER MILL.
& A. V. DuPONT,
HirS EniiK PRINTING PAPER.
AND DEALERS IN
PAPEBS OF ALL KINDS,
477 Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
n. 7IT10EBALD...CHAS. C. BILL..J. W00DW0BTH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Stiftctiori foParfc, Simpion ir Co.,)
n. Amei-e TlMAfllltn If at sTa 1 f
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. G2 Front How, Memphis,
CHEWING AND S3I0KING TOBACCO,
At Manufacturers Pnee3.
AMONG which may be found
. Wm. Crompton's celebrated brands, Lynchburg J
Headerscn and Hoi combe brands, "
Dr. James Saunders' " Harry of the West, fcc "
0. Ford's Anna Rice, fcc., "
R. J. Wade's brands. "
Jas. Thomas, Jr.'s Crescent City Paragon, Richmond j
Cosby fc Wlnf ree's SUr of Rlchm'd Prida of Val "
X. Dill's Fig, Mayflower, fce. "
Coleman Wortbam's "C. W. Iris, " "
HardgroWs "Indispensable, fcc., "
0 M. Cosby, (C. M. Cosby brand) Dinville
Withers & Ayres' Young America, "
W. T. Southerlins' braad . "
R. P. Richardson ' Old Caswell, " Reedvgle, N. C.
With a great variety of common brands too numerous
to mention, allof which will be sold at, INVOICE PRI
CES, to close consignments.
Every article warranted fresh asd genuine, and direct
from the factory.
J. B. SHARPE, Wholesale Tobacco Factor,
deeS-lwdiw3m No. 5i Madison street.
THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory on
Second street, between Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture ami Re
pair Carriages at the shortest notice. Ait work clone sy
them will be guarantied, and a lhare of -public patronage
JanJ-ly L, S. BURR & CO,
ISIar.iattim duplies, lc-
S. B. WMililAMSON,
(Succeuor to JWKaeuon ir llantoekj
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars &c.
NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
60 kegs No. 1 Leaf lard;
:s tierces Sugar-Oured Hams ;
20 kegs Shot, assorted sixes;
All of which we will sen cheap for cash at No,
x iuul now, jaempius.
Jnlyl S. B. WILLIAMSON.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
Wholesale and Retali Dealers la
IKKrt PIECES Bagging, hand aad power-loom
leJUU Brands ; 1160 coils Rope, best brands;
SO hhds. best Browa, Sugar;
GO0 sacks Coffee; 60 hhds Bacon ;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra quality;
600 bW s best brand Boston Nails;
100 bus. and half hbts Mackerel;
CO kits Mackerel No. l;
fiObbls. flushed So car; 25 boxes best Loaf Sugar
1000 sacks Salt ; 60 bets. Moi lists ; Co half hMs do;.
iuu oei srana nour;
100 bUs. best Dsxtcr and Dean Watsky ;
100 reams Wrapping Pan.r;
And a general assortment of prime Brandies and Wises ;
also, Teas, repper, spice. Ginger, Soda, Shot, Lead, and
allartleieskeptln ear line of bookless, which we will
sell on the very Utt terms to our easterners and the
trade gsaerauy. augl
WE have Jast received this day, aad oer for sale, lew,
IO.OlO yards Kentucky Jeans and Lisdsey, for Ne
gTo Clothing, of various colors and priors ;
300 dosen otd Braady, bottled in 1S47 ;
150 boxes and half boxes Star Candles.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
ntie- , No. 19 Mam affect.
THE subscribers keep ob hand the foUowiag articles,
which they warrant ta be of first quality, and for
tale lew tor cash;
Wheat Faas aad Threshers ;
E. Carver 2c Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ;
Wagons, Northern and Southera manufacture;
Baoon, heg-roaod ;
Flour, Salt, Whtsky aad Tobaeeo ;
Sugar, Coffce, Teas aad Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead ;
Brandies and Wises, superior article ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris ;
Together with a general assortment of all artlaUs usu
ally kept in aGrocery store.
G WYNNE fc GIBSON,
Iaiv2 Nos. 1 aad 2 Exchange Battding.
WODLD annoaace to the ladies of Memphis and the
adjoining country, that she is prepared to
Cut and Make Dresses
after the new invented style, and at the shortest notice.
She Is prepared with Models, sad Book instruction
lo CUT DRESSES, and aU kinds of Ladies' wearing; appa
rel, after the newly Invented PatWrns of MRS. J. C.
GBORGE, of Buffalo, New York.
Mrs. Susan Land professes to teach cr impart the art
of Cutting to any person in a few hours, so that they cas
measare themselves or others, and make beautiful bis.
Her residence Is oa the corner of Mam and Union streets,
up stairs, in the third-story. sep87-6m
EMPOBIUSI OP PASHIOIT,
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
and Mantilla Establishment,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are now receiving and opening one of
the largest and most msgsiacent stocks of
French Mdliaery and Fancy Dry Good", l
ever brought to this oily. Also, a very select assort
ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new, SUks, Cash
meres, Mareoos, DeLaiaes, and a large viriety of all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aartlcular attention ts our Millinery Depirt
ment, oontistiag of Chenille, Mess and Uncut Velvet,
Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets ; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons. Bridal Veils aad Wreaths, $5,000
worth of flae French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
aad G impure Laces ; all styles of
Embroidered, Velret and Cloth
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet for Cteaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Dresses, Ladies' and MWsea' asnes, uerseis, u moves.
Furs, Trimmings of an descriptions I or uoaxaaaa mess
N. B. Embrosdf ring and Stamping done, raoaxs act
Dresses made to order in a few hoars at cheapest prices.
Ladies, please call before pnrcaasiae elsewnere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
oetl N. STILLMAN fc CO.
fuuit Cms rubbcrg
FAHJIi GREEK, "
mnvKKITn the Arm of MooneT fc
;Q Green, woutd res peetfeOy say te Msesd
Irienas SOU raiwmwi wh a
the old stand, with a good seppif of Fruit
Ins, consisting of
Abo. rfsaherrr. Strawberry aad Grape Vines. In vi-
rieties, wita a goou sappsy or jsvsfcvu, uiwu uuu?.
iunt n.tbnes Beets. Rhubarb aad Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanW with draft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be puactuaHy
attended to. and all plants guaranlledto order and de
livered any peit of the city, free of charge.
Nursery on Main street, souin Jieispnis.
ectll-dSea Receiver of Mooney fc Green.
HORTICULTURISTS AND PLANTERS,
I woald resrytfalrr reramd the eitiaens
of Memphis and surrounding country thst
the season lor transplanting Frait aad Or
namental trees is fast approaching. Great
additions have been wade ia every depart
meui, mora particularly among t runs. a. mer. inrei
and varied eoUectloa has never been. ard for ssle la
the Southwest, ceasistiBZ in part of orer oae aunareo
Catawba, Isabella, Ohl, SeupperaoBg, Catlfornta. etc.
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
Pecans, Chesnats.etc, etc.
Green-bouse plants, saloons Flower Itoots, (imporiea.
Evergreen of every desirable .variety, asaoag which are
nearly 2.000 Magnolia Grand. Flora.
In a 'dittos lo the above, I am now receiving a large tot
' Bulbs. ofall kinds, in eoosequeuc- of having to
i Inur. rant nf rav staek I
move most of my stock en band. I will sell it very lew.
Purchasers mar rely on everything being wast His
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, by applying at the uaraes aaa nursery, neariao
IUllrosd Debet, or addressing
ocll-dim S. M. WHEATON.
- p. S. During my absence from the city, all orders win
meet with prompt attention it ieu at ino siore oc J.
WUdberger. a. ji. n .
ETCHAVAKIVE & JBRO.,
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the
norn Lake Road, have on hand a Que as-
'sortment of SURUBBK&r, in every a
partment, consisting in part of
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMSf,
Apvicots, Nectarines, &c.
Also. Raspberry. Strawberry and Grape Vines. In va
rletlrs, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants. Bulbous Roots. Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft er or
der on a respectable mercnani as jiempnia, wuiLe punc
tually attended to, aad an rianis guarantiee; to order
and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens la town
or country, at the shortest notice.
ootl7-4m aiuujiv AJvrK a. tutu,
For sale Low to the Trade,
frtA KKGS nails .
OUU 3S0 pieces best Power and Hand Loom Bagging;
200 c us Mscntae turps
CO coils Manilla Rope ;
100 pounds Twine.
DOUSBCRrr fc aydletj,
uov3 S3 Fr.at Row.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS.
PROPOSALS will be received at the Engineer's Offlee of
the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, until February
10th. 16S7 for the Grading. Masonry ana Bridging of said
Railroad, from Spring Hill to opposite the town of Colum
bia, about thirteen miles.
The above work comprise, some Heavy rock culling
about six thousand perches of Bridge Masonry, and six
teen hundred fret of BrWzlnz.
Flans. Profllss aad Specifications may be seen at any
time, and any f urthert information obtained by addressing
J. H. Devxhxux, Division Esglneer.atColumhla, Tenr.
a. AMJBmua, Engineer.
Nashville, Dm. is, 16M dofS-3tswtUlfet5
VJE Jf JS O U JCF
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
M 1 I Ju It O 1
WESTERN DIVISION ,
OPEK TO CORINTH.
ON and after Nov. 15, IMS, THROUGH MAIL TRAIN
will leave Memphis, DAILY, at " 00 a. it , amving
at Corinth at 12:30 r. M.; at SomtrvUle at 18:08 a. ic.
ReturoiBg Leaves Corinth atl T. M.; Sosnerville, 3
r.M. Arrives at Memphis at 7 00 r. a.
Thls Train connects at Corinth with a doable Dally
Lisa of first class Post Coaches to the terminus of the
Eastern Division of the Memphis and Charleston Rail
road. Theaoe by Railway dbvet, and oonneetioas sure
with aH Eastern ettles.
Staging reduced to forty v.Utt, aad track-laying pro
THROUGH TICKETS sold to tba fotowlng points:
... W .. 'STEVBNSO.V,
' " ' " GRENADA.
This Tsaln also connects wHh the Mississippi Central
Railroad te Hotly Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Canton,
Jacksen. fce.. fcc.
Alsoeasaecta at Brana junettea iind wiiunanrs
see Ceetral Railroad to Bolivar, Jackson, HuntiBgdea
and ether places.
AlsacoBnects at Pocahontas with Trl-Weekly Line of
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus,
THROUGH TO NASHVILLE IX 31 HOURS,
Via the MemptiU and Charleston, NaahvtHe and Chatta
nooga Railroads only -3,0 miles of Stagiag, agaiast
"I ftri It aar other route.
The ACCOMMODATION WAY TRAIN runs dally (ex
cept Sandays) between Memphis aad the jaectton wun
me .Uiisissiesi uentrai Kaiiroaa:
Leaves Junction 7.00 a. at. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2.-00 r. St.; arrives at the Junction
8:00 p. ar .
Freight Trains lervs Memphis for Pocahontas DAILY
at 7 a.m. Doors close at d r. M.
Through Tickets only, on the above Routes, can bo ob
tained at tho Commercial Hotel, as well as tsformauen
connected with the Koed.
Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before en
tering the cars, and save payment of extra tare.
Baggage checked to all statteas on tha Railroad, and
no Raczaze will be received without being checked.
Each passenger wBI be allowed seventy-five pounds of
barrage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stan; but no
article will be carried as baggage that U not inddent to
the person of the passenger. In case of lees the Com
pany will hold themselves responsibfc) for aa amount set
Negroes, when traveling alone, must have a permit, na
ming the noiat to which they are to go. and specifying
that they are to travel ty railroad, or they will not be
epSl Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Trasuington, Neiv
York, Philadelphia, &c.
ti.-j. mt..ntiVi T.J-no VifTToal-l I
- - st-k-t I
of it.yiui visf lsil
jL2Vtll (LJ3A17M y teifHC-
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (379
miles.) and to Washington, (100 miles.) aad presents
the fullest advantages both as a freight and passecges
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
Alleshenies: and being solidly ooustneted, oomptetetv
equipped and carefaBy managed, is oae of the most at
tractive ana safest, naureaas ia me uoitm oiaies. tax
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and zaaesvilie to
Wheeling, unites this road with aU portions of the West
The olv TnxocoH ticxeti from Memphis,
Louisville and sr. Louis to the National Me-
TuoroLi j. are sold by this road, which runs direct to
Washington without the delay of passing through Balti
more. It Is also the only Hue by which baggage fan be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
oTyBy ILe MAIL Jio wTE xrom jaempass, iac ia. man i
steamers, runaiBg daily for LeassvUit, ceuneettng there
w,ih K-ilsUamers or JeaVrsooTiUe Railroad for Oinda-
j3By the MAIL koute from Memphis, lake the man
with mail steamers or Jeflersenville Railroad for Oincin
natl. where they arrive so as te connect with the cars of
Little Miami Kaiiroaa ror fjetumuus, ceaBes saere
with Central Ohio Railroad, throngs Newark and Zaaes
vilie, to Wheeling. By the express train of this roate,
the time from Cincinnati to .Baltimore anu to asiongun
is less than 27 hours.
ri-Be sure to ask for tickets by the Baltimore asd Ohio
"--Pastensers from Memphis gomg East through St
Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
RaUroad. This route lays through Vlncennes.TerraHaute,
Indianapolis, etc, to Wheeling, over tha new Ohio aad
Mississippi and connnecting Roads. These connections
are all direct, and the time from St. Louis to Baltimore
or Washington is but about U hoars. Through Tickets
by this route may be had of the Agent, under the Plan
ter's House, at the following rates : rrom si. uuis to
Baltimore 425; to Washington 23.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior cars oi
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three timet
daBy fur Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia aad New
York. Through in is or n aours, tactaamg stoppages.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of the country, and
general comfort, this road is second to cone in the Uaies.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment of any Railroad In the United States, aad Is
prepared to do an immense business la transportation.
The road makes immediate connection at the wharves and
ia the streets of Baltimore with the Kallroad to Fhilade.
ohta and New York, steamers of Ericsson and Baltx
more Steamship Lines, by Canal asd Sea to New
York, and ky new Merchants' and Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, fcc. For
particulars, see freight tariff, copies of which may be had
ef the Ferwaraiag ileuses tn inc esi, orer J. js. roiLD,
Receiving and Forwarding Agent at wneeung.
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLETTE,
Jau25-ly Agent, fit Front Row, Memphis.
NE"V AERAN6EMENT T
ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND
To the North and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
JK .11 i JK o a d:
From Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Iltmrt,
Without nreait oj uuage or iMange oj uart or
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New York, Boston, and all Eastern
aad Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
foar from Cairo to New Yark. Time from Cairo to New
York, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
HOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of RailroadslthMCgh Indiana aad
Ohio, to the East and North. M
Also, connecttag at Chicago wllK'Mleh!gaa Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, asd the East, with lake
Shore RaBroad and Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, and with a splendid Line of First Class
Steamers for Si alt Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Colling
wood, Toronto, fcc
"rains leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol
lows: 6:05 A. M., Chicago and Dunlelth Express, Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago with New York Llcht-
Bing Express, over aiicnigan ventral, ureal westers and
ew York Central Katireaas, through tn thirty-ode hours.
This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio asd
Mississippi Railroad tor St. Louis andVlncennes; at
Pans, with Trains of tho Terra Haute. Alton and St.
Louis Bauroaa, tor lnaiasspous, Lotusvwe and Cincin
nati; at Decatur, wun J ain une Express for Galena,
Dunlelth; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring
field. Naples, Rock Island. Burlington and Qulocy.
6:10 p. M., Tiew xors express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at important Stations, except on Signal.
connecting with Main Lin. Day Express from Decatur to
Dunleith. and arriving at Chicago at z r. at.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will find It Dun
lelth, steamers of the Dunlelth and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave oa the arrival of either Cairo
Train for La Crosse, Redwing. St. Paul. fcc. Passengers
tor Jauesvllle, ana central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at Freeport with Trains to Belolt and Jasesville, and
from thence to Madison asd central and Eastern Wis
The Maps and Charts Indicating tho Great Central
Route to tha North aad East are an exact transcript of
Cotton's Msp of the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as weU as tho running
time cams or me connecting rioaas, ana juage tor usm-
selves as to the correctness of the above statements. The
opening of tho Illinois Central RaUroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler,
a well as the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North asd East, which surpass thosaof
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Compaay for the convenience of the trav
disc nubile theDermaneney of tho road and structure.
the strength and elegance of the Eaglnea and Care, com
mend themselves to those who desire In traveling tpetiT;
comfort asd tafety.
TICAJbXd iiUU- UA u,ia 1AJS wua ui. privilege
of Iavinr over at asr coist. can bo had at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal nauroaa ucceaon ino use.
A. 4. It t - i.i.ivi i r., B " ,
Jund-Iy Memphis. Term.
LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
J. A. ItlAiVNIIVG,
LEAYENTVORTH CITY, K. T.
THE subscriber begs leave to offer his services to the
public as Land Agent, Surveyor, Draftsman, and
Dealer In Land Warrants
He will attend promptly to haying asd selling Real
Estate, collecting debts, paying taxes, buying, selling and
locating Lacd warrants, and to all Business pertaining'
to a General Land Ageuev.
RErEBZSCEX. Col. X. C. McCarty, Col. J.J. Clark-
sea asd J. D. Henderson. Leavenworth City; J. C.
Dougherty and R. B. Havrley, Memphis, Tens.; J. R.
Conaelly, Hernando, Miss. novi9-w3m
GEO. ELAHERTY & BRO.
RECEIVED per steambcat Xsianott, this day, $30M
worth et Safes, Tables, Bedsteads,Sofas, Chairs, fcc..
all of which we offer at ur-nsually lew prices, being press
ed for roots to .stove them, at corner of Maiu asdiUnlon
streets. . . ... .
P. 8. Six Planet for sale. Old Instruments Tuned and
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Oxxsxx to Cozxto.
N and after Monday, January 12th, 1507, THROUGH
MAIL TRAIN win leave Memphis dally. (Saadaya
excepted,) at 7:30 a. m ., arriving' at Cemo at 19:05 x. Jf.
Rrtantiag, leaves Cocao at 10:10 a. At., and arrises at
Memphis at I r.lf.
this Tram OMSuw.-ts at Cocao wHtt J. P. McAIexasder &
Co. 'a daUy line of First Class Post Coaches tor Panola
aad Grenada. Staging redusd toS5 rattes bstweea Mem
Phil and Grenada through la IS hours. The travsHnz
pablie may rely on this tttlng a shorter and cheaper roata
tn sJicsada, Canton, Jacksou and Vtcksburg than aar
i he FR BIGHT TRAIN witl make daUy trips, (Ssadaya
excepted,) from and after Monday, lh 19th of Jinairy,
to Como. It win be expected that censlzaeta wsH hava
arranzemests made to reosivo their goods at the statlea
oo arrival, as the Company have only temporary arraage-
zr uuigun w rrsignu, ut wau act be respon
sible for th. less or damage to the same at that statlea.
j-asKBsers are reqa.siea to parcbase Uskets before
i sae rs, aaa save payraeat of extra fare.
Baggaga cheeked to all stations on the RiStnJ ...f u
baggage will o received without beteg ehcesed. Eaeh
passesger wm be allowed lto pounds of baggage by Rail
road, aad CO poands by stage, bet no article tH bo ear
o baegjge that Is not lseMiat to the wn ut i,.
a Company wWheU tbemsalves n.
EJ-Negiw, wtM travellagaloae, must have anerrsK
namiaiThe petut to which they are to gi, aaJieSS
tfcattheyan, to travel by Railroad, or they wtntbt
Prom Memphis to Jackson. 33 so.
From Memphis to XashTille, $10 50.
Via Jackson, 1Taynesooro, and
CONNECTING near Brownsville with the Memsfcl
and Ohio Railroad, and at Themo-.M -su. .CTl"
oessee aad Alabama Railroad. This is the eheapest mate
to Middle Tennessee, and travelers are assured that no
pain or expense wffl be spaiod te render th-m JT
Me. The coaches, horses and drivers are .
Our Hue connects at Jackson with J. W Norwood .
Co.'s line of foar horse post coaches to NashvlUe.
juiji j .MjsvroOD X FOR-rmne
Fare to Grenada Si OO.
Inclading Omnibus Ticket to Holly Springs.
The Cheapest and Quickest Boute
Between Memphis and Grenada
It bow pretexted to thepiiblii via the
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads.
FOR ttskets or Information, sppiy to
CO- CoouaereUl Hotel.
MIICE PIES !
t5-Parties faralshed with Cakes. flr-.. w.
ic-. ou the shortest notice, aad la UPECHTS asaal rt-i
.ij. civi- u vi o useasgoea
Turner Brothers Cesekraled Ginger
SO cases Biackkery Braady;
25 Pare Juice Port Wins
60 " assorted Cordials.
,..,, n. n. POTTER,
Maln-st., M door north of Worshua House.
ANEW, light, elegant oad eneap Patent SPRING
M ATTSBSS, for sale by
n. it. SRosviNtva.
A SUPERIOR assortm.nt of Pianos aaa Metodeaa
tljnst received by '
"P33-" H. M. GR03TXWOB
(Lai J?lS & $JlirtfF9d9
T. . J.5. ttt0
Juar received, a large assortment ef elegant Vslvet
Brussels, Tapestry. Three Plv. Saaeriu- .iwt r
Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Cornices, fcc.
tnftf-V ILjC. GEOSTENOB,
PROF. P. R1VINAC would respectfully aaaauaee te tha
citiseus of Memphis and vicinity, that he (Its
instruction on the Pnao and Guitar. Also weald stain
that he will Tub. sad Repair Pianos, Meiodeoas etc -tire
satisfaction will ba given. '
Those wiahisg t. take lessens will please aaslvat ll-
anderfc White's Music aad Book store.
Thosi wishing te purchases good 'Piaao, last esB on
his, aad he will select you the best in the city.
jw.i-.n-.-v.. ui. luocr, c. a. laiuieeo Br Wm
Rogers, n. S. Bradford. Dr. Taliafero. J. L WmSeJd.
Rer. J. Rogers, Easos. Joaes, BrownsviBe, Tees.
I TAKE great plea. ore ia recoameaiMar w. w ir
VINACto the citizens of Memphis, and n. rti.
my friends, as one ef the first Teachers la the SoadhTaBd
hepeyou will patronise him tn his Use of buttnessaaha
gives estiro satisfaction. RespectfaSr '
Z:tZra , J. BARBIKXX.
ITHIS day lost ia Memphis, and aa I believe, cn Wash
tagtoB street, a smalt memoranda-beOt, and aifXXlo.
Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip. '
Ne. 1043 for $ i0
No. 10M for ,5o eiouo
Issued la September, 18M, aad payahls at Pine WtT
This is to notify the finder who the owner Is, aad ta ul
aH persons notice not to purchase th- same. A tamer
compensation win be given by me ta the finder oa deMTOr
aoTS-H THOMAS JAMES.
TOMBS, HEAD AXD FOOT STONES, &c.
-tONSTANTLl" on eaae. Monuments of all dsscrln
j tlons, from $100 to 31000, of latest style and nt-
terns. Tombs and Mead and Foot Stones, furauhed aa
low aa any other establishment who do thtlr work w.-s
aau utnija a rising tn the
Monumental line would do well to call aad examine Jm-
. lttilr miff t t. 111. V.Mk t.T .
in .tw.u.sf-.- - -- -wi iss usaertigued
win be found at the oM stand on Adams street, between
Main and Front Row, opposite the Wersbam House
ready to fill any orders, having- the best of Marble and
Workmen, no pains shall be spared to give satisfaction
- . . JUtLN WHITE.
P. S. Mr. M. L. SORT Is new on a torn- t v.
North Mississippi aad the adjacent coaaties of Teaaeasee
soliciting orders for Marble work, and wffl contract for
Marble at shop prsces, the obfect of his tour being chiefly
to remove tho lmpreetioa that orders mast be seat ta the
North for good work. The pubiis being satisSed that
it is the best policy to encourage home industry, aad If
goad work asd reasonable prices win keep bassaess at
home, give your ordrs to Mr. Sory, or can opposite tho
Wars ham Hosoe. acgtS-wtf j
James and WBMam Rodgers,")
- . I retHton for the Sale of
Ettsabeth Rodgars, st al., V Real aad PersenalPro-
hetra and dlsiriaasees of perty forDjvisiea.
CuKea Rodgers, dee'd J
TY virtue of a Decree or tuo ceeaty Court of SheJhr
il (Vaatv. made in the above cause, at the J...
Term. 1967, of ssid Court, I will offer at pabtse sale, oa
TUESDAY, February 10th, 1867, oa the preside,.
Tho Tract of Land
besoagiag te the estate of CuHea Re-lgers, dee'd, about S
miles east of Raleigh, on the LaGraage read, eeatalniag
200 acres, more or less, aad also the SLAVES, sevea In
namber, t-dngiag te the said estate
Texms The Land will be sold subject I o the widow's
dower, for one-third cash, aad the balance ea a credit of
oae aad two years , u sum jer eoe-aair casn, and the
balance on a credit of one year, the purchaser giving
bond aad good security, asd Ilea being retained oa the
Land ualH Anal psymesii.
tanlB-wtas vm r ixvk-j,v...m. tjleik.
Clerk's Sale of Land.
Wm. Rogers aad wife, Mary"!
R?e". ?5: In Countv r-t .e m-i.
- . , - ey o..
deceased. , .S.-
Petition ex-partete sell Land I
-t TlMltUBy&KMSLl. . .
far partltton. j
BY virtue or a irecree ra in. aoeve cause, made By the
County Court of Shelby Oeuaty. January Term, 1SST,
I will offer at public sale, at the late resideaoe of Cane
T.,.r, deceased, oa the LaG ranee aad RaJeezh read. ri
TUESDAY, February 10th, 1S57,
A Tract ot Land,
containing 125 acres, beJoagiag to the heirs of HHand
Bland, deceasea, siiuatea is aasge o, section 1, north of
Wolf river, la the county of Shelby.
Tzuscs Halt cash and halloa a credit of oae year,
the purchaser giving bond and security, asd a Han being
retained on the land until dual payment.
JanlO-wMS autta r. tkszstaNT. Clerk.
THE next session of this Institution wiHcsmzasBca oa
Pecsliar advantages are here offirnl to young men who
desire a thorough coarse of Instruction. The Faculty
efftr every taciUty that their scholarship, experience and.
energy may aiiow. ureal tare wiu ce taksa to make
SpMlal attention tvai te given to the department of
Modern Languages aad Civil Engineering. Very superior
Mathematical Instrument have been purchased forth
Department or .-radical Jiainemallcs, inclading Land
Surveying, Civil Engineering, fcc
Th discipline of the institution wm be prempt, yet
parental, and so student of Incorrect deportment will ba
The visage is healthy, highly moral, free from ex
travagance and retired frcm places offering inducements
to vice. Nature seems, indeed, to have designed it pre
eminently as a plsee for Llterarpursults.
The RussellvlIIe Female Instltnte is an Institution of
high grade, and thus the brother aad sister may accom
pany each other, a Ac count oj jruirucnori is tnor
ough,more so than most College of the South and West.
Tte buildings are commodious, neatly furnished aad very
finely situated. The Faculty are gentlemen of thorough
scholarship, of ripe experience, and of great energy of
For further particulars, address the President, H. T.
BLEWBTT, or R. H. CALDWELL,
dec20-w2fa Secretary ef the Board' cf Trustees.
' Choice Irish. Potatoes.
1 U B. MERRILL,
sctSS No. 5 Mocro itrtet.
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