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BM'CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1857.
VOL. VII. NO. 271.
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JN. X. M'CLAXAHAX, LEO.VIDAS TROUSDALE,
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So bt charged half price.
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3-XodedacJonor vtriition will be made from the
McOL.OCAHA.S-. HITTTOX & CO.
ATTORKJT AND COUSSBLOK AT LAW, XerapMs,
. Tesm. OCc in the Post Office Kuildlog.
AM hosieeiseatnisied to his care will Teceive prompt
and taithfal attentton. Collections promptly mad in the
sarroaadtas: conn ties of West Tonnessce, Xteswtippi and
J. A. A3TDERSOX.
A7TORKET AT LAW, Memphis. Tens. Oaee in
. Watter'a BoUdlnf, over Itansfleld's Drnc Store,
Itsen street. Jsnl0-ly
BEXJAMUV- HOWCOTT, Deutist.
HATIXG prepared myself well to practice
Dentistry in Xemptus I respectf nlly solicit
the patronage el all wao may need my ser-
' vices in the Dental lute, and h;nd myself to
perform all operations on the Teeth, and insert Artificial
, Teeth In the most approved style as well as it can i'
doae in this or any other country.
OSee oa Main street, opposite Worth im House.
t). w. Aearr... h. h. aceee.
G. TV. & II. 31. AGREE.
DENTISTS, oace Union Block. Court
street, between Kaln and Front Bow,
All Dental Operations performed with
the least possible pain. Disuses of the Alveolar Process
and Gams treated in the most skinful nanser. Foil or
Srtlal Sets of Teeth set on Gatta Fereha or Gold, with
s latest improvements, and ouabaxtied.
DK SAMTXL GILBERT, SB., has retarned to his old
homestead nesr Msmpfals, and reopened bis lofirm
cry, and wni remain permanently. H treats the follow
ng Obrsalc Diseases : Cancers, SeroSala, Whi SweUiog,
Taaors and W ns, without Sargical operattoas. He also
treats all Chronic Female diseases, Sores ef long standing,
Tetter, Rhsamatism, Syphilis, and all forms of Meftarial
Dr. G. deems it unnecessary tossy more, as he has liv
ng witnesses of his success from Maine to Oregon.
ED. A. BEECH EB.
ATXOBXETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Office,
. Xo 21 Je Srsen street. Jaal-tf
SMITH P. SANIi.KE.lD,
ATTORXEr XT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Ofloe in the
. Pest Office Block, over Aydiett h. Co., third story.
JOHN A. NOOE,
ATTORXET AT LAW. Office in the Post OSee BeOd
. ing, Memphis, Tenn. novll -t f
Dr. R. L.. LASK.I,
LATE StaffPhyslciaB and Difctorof several Hospitals
in Germany, member of different Medical Societies
la Xew Tork has located in the city of Memphis, and of
fers his services to the pabUc as Physician, Accoecner,
cad tor all operations in Ssrgery.
OfSea oa Washington street, between Main aad
B- T. BICKABDS09..W. W. WHEATLET.-M. A HIOOS.
Richardson, TTheatley & IIiggs
ATTORKETS AT LAW Office on the comer of Second
, aad Ooart streets, Memphis, Tenn. ocll-ly
B. C BROWN,
ATTORXHT AT LAW, Marioa, Ark., practices in
. Phillips, Crittenden, Mlsilseippi, Green, Randolph,
Lawrence, Indepesdesce, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Francis
aad Manro ' Ooaaties, in Arkansas. oct7-d6ra
DR. THOS. KEIiLER,
LATE of Tuscumbla alabama,has located permanent
ly in Memphis sd oSers his services to the pabUc
hi ah the branches of his profession He has taken the
fice heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, comer of Shelby
and Union streets. Having recently made a careful and
general selection of Surgical Instruments, be is prepared
tor aB the operations of Sargery. Residence oa Shelby
street, between Haling and Treievant strrcts.
HASKELL & SEARCY.
ATTORXET AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Wra. T.
Baskett and Robert Searcy have associated them
tevs together in the practice of Law. Offic. In the
Walker Block. novSC-dlm
A TTORXET AT LAW, Oovingtsa, Tenn. All bsslnm
XX. estrasted to his care will reoive prompt attsntics,
ATTORXET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., win practice
. in an the Coarts ef Memphis and the Western Dis
X3T OSee soath of Court Square, adtoialng that of the
ChaaceryOourt Clerk. mar!2-Iy
EGBERT K. OSBORNE
l " 7 ILL practice Law in the Coarts of Hardeman. Fay
VV stte, Tipton aad Shelby, also in McXairy and Har
dee counties, aad in the Supreme fnr. at Jackson. Alt
business eatrtuted to him wfli receive prompt and fatth
tai attentloa. Hi oSas is in the Chancery perk's office,
BoMvar, Haroeman county, Tenn. nov23
JOHN P. FARREL.LY,
ATTORXET AXD COUXSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
.Team. Office comer of Main and Jcfierion streets,
over Lehman It Co.'s.
Refer to Hens. Henry PlrtH, W. T. BaHock andMessrs.
JL, L. ShetwMl . Son, LoaisvDle, Ky.; Hen. James Pryer,
Oamttton, Ey.; McGregor, Altoway &, Co., and Moses
GreenwDod, Xew Orleans; E. M. Apperson fc Co., Mem
Q. C. GRASTY,
ATTORXET AT LAW, and CommissViser for the
. States of Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi and Ten
nessee. LOUISVILLE, EX., will rromptly attend to bus
iness entrusted to his cars, and enforce the collection of
claims in this and the adjoining States.
RErEXXBCEf Hon. Jacob Thompson, Oxford, Miss.;
Hon. J. J. McRae, Governor ef Mississippi, Jackson;
Eon. H. S. Bennett, Washington City; Col. B. F. Dill,
Memphis, Tenn.; Bent h. Dnval, Tucker, Brannan & Co.,
Bankers, Geo. Slanchsrd, Hughes & Hutchinson. Louls
X3 Ol&ct, "Marl.e HaH BuUdlags," Fifth street,
between Market and Jefferson. Jon22
D. L, KEBB0B.... 1. a. ABMSTBOXO.
HERRON & ARMSTRONG,
ATTORKETS AT LAW, CoffteviUe, TsOebusba coanty,
. MlseleslppL WW practice in the coantiesof Taleba
(ha, Tallahatchie, Lafayette, Panola, CarroD, Choctaw,
Chickasaw, and Calhoun. Also, in tho DnMed States
Court at Pontotoc, Vice Chancery Court at CarreUion,
nod High Court, of Errors and Appeals at Jackson.
BErEBEXCES : '
XEW Obleaws McRae, Cofttnan & Co., Paul Ttriane
k. Co., Bochanaa, Carroll & Co., J. BumsliU i. Co.,
FrierscayTowler k Co.
, .'MEHrBIS Oossitt. Hin i Talmadge. Ferrcson it
'XelH, lownss, Orgia k Co., G.D.Johnion, B. F. DUl,
Affm wo jano-iy
Bl-J- -- r-- - ifflJT- i hfcjf -i --a HSlfr 111 sn --errrrCta ... - . ..., , a, ...fT, ,. .y. ..fciK, , V"' ,Vrr " . . aft 1 , , '
J. "WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL
G M O C M U ,
AKD DEALERS in ALL KIKDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Seuthes.it Corner of Mala and Union SU.,
HAVE always on band a well and carefully aelected
stock ef articles la their line, which they will sell at
the fewest current prices.
X3 Orders promptly filled with dispatch.
AXD DEALXR ISC
Cloclu. and Jewelry
COR.VBR Or ilAIK AXD ADAHS-ST3.,
TAlCS this method of informing his friends.
and Shi pnMic generally that he has moved from
his old stand to the corner f Mala and Adams
streets, whsre he will takepleasnre in exhibiting
a new and choice let of JEWELRY, to thoe who may
I avor Him wiin a can, ana wuibe pleased to execute as
orders for repairs In his line. He hopes, by hoaesty, in
tegrity, and his efforts to please, to gain the confidence
ana uooru patronage or an wao may nad it convenient to
vim nis tstaensiimeat.
J3- AO orders far repairing la every branch of ray bo
ernes promptly aiienaca to. augxl-ly
cr w v w x ju tr
We are now receiviag and opening car
Fall and Winter
nONSlSTlXG uf every variety of Staple and Fancy Dry
W lioods asaauy xept in mis marxet. supernne Black
and Bine Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins. Cloaks, Mantillas,
Moire Antiqne, Velvet Shawls, te latest style; Ladles'
Dress Goods, of a superior qnality ; Crape Shawls, a
tarsclotof BlsakeU. Negro Gtotb, Brogans, R.sdy-Made
CHthing, Boots an. Shoes, lists, and a variety of artldes,
too nBawroas to mention.
All I ask is. "Dome one, come all." and examtes my
stock, before making yoor paresises. I bought sn tba
very best terms, and am determined thit none ski II an
derseU me. I shall adopt the Cash Ststem, esae.pt to
pBsetaM dealers. A. 0 BLAIR,
!o. 277 Main street
octt3-iltwawCm Old Stand of Ferguson &. Xeill
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
l-Il Main street, Hremnliis. Tenn.
riiui sus&est maxxet prices pua for rec$a an renoerea
Jt ifeKsw. L&sd and soap Gtease. new-ly
J. B. SHAEPE,
At?, so Moauen-tt., etitceen i rvm kbk nc jiam,
WOULD respecttany inform the merchants of Hem
phis and sarroaaJing country, thst he Lss Jnat re
tarned from the cities of Virginia, where he established
a permanent Areocy fir the sale of all grades of Virgin
ia Tobacco, and intends to keep constantly on hand a
stock eqaal to the demand, at manafaetnrers' prices.
Beioc f any able to compete with the Xew Tork. Balti
more, Ctnctnaatl and Xew Orleans msrkete, he Invites
the attention of alt dealers in the above article to hi
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ecSI-d&w-tr J. B. SHARPS
A. T. M'CASE.
.V. a. WILLIAMS.
McCAKE & WILLIAMS,
(Sncceseers to Wheat Jc Taylor,)
Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas,
Af the creninj of the Mrmpku and little Reck RaO-
rsM on lYiuit Alter.
THKT keep constantly on hand Sagar, Coffee, Salt,
Ploar. Metasoer, aadan other articles nsaally kept
in a Grocery, which they win toll low for cash or ex
change for Hides, Fits and Peltries, or any other articles
broasiht to the market.
O" Goods destined for Utile Rock or the adjacent
counties. shippM t.' Duvall's BluBs, will be forwarded
immediately, as there are always wagons and teams in
readiness to had to any point.
HXO. -07" IFTIOHTT ROW,
oc23-tf MEMPHIS, TENX.
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCH1NTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
h. oTbrewer & CO.,
' GENERAL COMMISSION
REFER to J. T. Soatter, Esq., PresMent Bank of th
Republic, Xew Tork ; J. K. Sas, Efq.. PresMen
Baak of Charleston, 3. C; Messrs. John Frazer tc Co.,
J. W. OsMwrll, Esq., Charleston, S. C; Col. Wm. M.
OharcaweU, Prestdect Bask of East Tennessee, Knoi
vtUe; I B. K1KTLAXD, Esq., and Messrs. FALLS &
CASS, Memphis, Toan. sep27s
JOHN B. B0TT0,
ROOT AND SHOE
No. 6G Front Row,
SIGX OF THE BIG SOOT,
Mom rTi 1s, Tenn.,
1 CE BPS consuntly en hand, BOOTS sndsj,
SHOKS. of bis own make, also of other -?V I
J maaufactor-rs. He keeps, alto, Leather, DXl
American Shoe Find jigs, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va
lise, all of which he wl 1 sell as cheap as any in this
market. Give hua & call before purchasing elsewhere,
A. STKEET & CO.,
MAXCFACTCRERS OF ALL. KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
vAa. G-OXXTS , (Sic,
Poplar, between Jlain and Second Street,
aegll MEMPHIS, TEXX.
"Walker & Brothers,
MANUFACTURERS OF CL0T1IIXG,
AXD DEALEBS IS
ftvy Goods, IXoots & Shoes,
w jtiolcwnjlo arirt jtrLotAdJ,
No. 79 Pront How.
rT- WE have just received one hundred cases of
H'brP,! Clothing, expressly mannlactared for this xasr
V ket, and are opening the best selected stocks of
"all kinds of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, ever
brought here, which wetfier at the lowest possible prices,
being enabled to compete with any house through the
faculties of oar house in Philadelphia.
We woald eepedally invito the attention of country
merchants, knowirgthat m an and will suit all sd
very -f. Ca'l ard see. aug!6-'
SCHNEIDER & GLASSICK,
Jtferton Street, opposite Conatrcial Eotet,
WE ask the patronage of citizens and
those visiting Memphis. We warrant all
of our work, and our long experience la
tho business win enable ns to mske or re
pair Cans and other Fire-arms inassperior and work
manlike mansor. augl-dawCm
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c.
NO. 298 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
XIainttreH, next door to Odd FeBowt' EaU,
X)E XaTFTOJS XIVT
PURE DRUGS AXD MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS. Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
S3" Every article soMby us warranted as represented,
sskject to be retuniedatoBT expense. jsIyS-ly
HVOLLIXTIXE, Esq., has removed his Law Office
. over the Store and Commission Hoase of Fowikes,
Mount & Co., on JeSersan street, between the Post Office
aad Main street. peI3-tf
D f. DUBOSE,
TTORXET AT .AW, Memphis, Tenn. Office on east
O. side of Main street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to F. Tttas, MeEwen, Harris it MeXeiil, J. D.
WBUaas, W. X. Miller and Miles Owen. Memshls.Tenn.:
Moon, Titcs tt. Co., Xerr Orltaas, ;aaI4-tf
JAMES T. TATLOB. V. B. BOSS.
TAYLOR & ROSS,
GENERAL C03DIISSI0N MERCHANTS
A'o. 6 Monroe Street, Memphis,
WILL Bisks liberal c.sh advances on all consignments
of Prodcee or Merchandise.
KefereixCtt Henderson, Terry 8t Co., S. O. Kelson i.
Co., Xew Orleans; Speed &. Strange, E. M. Apperson Is.
Co., Memphis. novl4.3m
PATTEKSON, ItlABSIIAI. u & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton FactorB,
A'o. 49 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn.
OCR 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. 2f. SMITH. ..J. B.MEACHAM... WHITE FIELD,
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
w lio l c s a l c tiro cevs,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants
(Mtsby Hvnt'i Ana BuildingtJ
A'o. IS Front Row, Memphis,
TTAVE now on hand a fine assortment of Bagging and
XX Rope of the best brands, together with a complete
and well salected stock of the virions articles usually
Xept la our business, to which we invito the attention of
Agents for the sals of "Pike's celebrated MsgncUa
Whisky, " and Jones, Lloyd fc Co.'s Southern Mantrac
tnrea Mm. suitu, meauilau k km.
..3. T. HAYLET.
HILL & HAYLEY,
KTo. S3 3Jx-oxa."t jR.ow,
OVKU D. H. TOWXSBXD'S,
TT'OR Srlling. 60 cents per bale. Far Storing and Sell
J? ing. 75 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
Morrd by us will be covered by Insurance, uleea ether
F3 Bagging, Rope and Plaatatisn Supplies famished
10 customers. repiu-aawom
A. A. SM1T1IWICX
.J. It. WRAT
.A. w. SHITn
SJIITHWICK, WRAY & CO.,
-V. 3 3Iaditon-tt.. beietetn Front Row and ilcin-it.
Up Stein, MEMPHIS, TEKX.
STRICT attention given to Selling ahd Storing Cotton
and Produce consigned to us.
X. B. Orders for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Sup
plies filled with care and dispatch. Charges for Selling
and Storing Cotton, fifty cents per bale. ang2I-6m
A. IS. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Successors t o Paaell 4 Co.,)
AO. 41 UNION STREET,
sep!7-ly XEW ORLEAXS, LA.
I. WILDS TEBNOH, I
D. C. WILLIAMS,
J W. A. BBTAS,
M. N. BBTAST,
Late of LaGrange, Tenn
Late of Panola, Miss. J
TERKOK EETM & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
6 Front Row, over Meachnm le Galbralth's,
"T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
1 Selling Cotton. Charges eo cents per aie.
S3" All cotton sent to ui will bo covered lnsaraacr.
unless otherwise Instructed. sags
T. B. NORMENTa
ilOSBY & HTJITT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row,
4 URGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
. 1. ArrZSX03....C. DELOACH....DATID ADAMS
E. Hi. APPJERSOIV & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchant?,
AXD DEALEBS IK
Bagging. Rope, Groceries, &c,
Xo. G5 Front Row, and G Jefferson Street,
Particular attention paid to storing, selling and
shipping Cotton. aug3-dawem
Xew Orleans, La.
...X. C. SSIDEIt,
WALKER & SNIDER,
Cotton Fact or s
No. 123 Canal Street,
JnlylS-dawly XEW ORLEAXS, LA.
C. M. HOBTOX,
Late Horton & Hunter.
II. C H0BT0X,
Late of MontbaUa, Miss.
C. M. HORTON
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
Xo. 3MadUon-St.,cppotile I. E. Kirtlani't Office,
T. will continue as heretofore, glvleg special atten
tion to the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at fifty cents
per bale, and to the selection and parchase of any article
lu market. Office removed from Xo. 3 Front Rew to Xo.
3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank. augSO
t. U. GATES.
A. II. WOOD.
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOES, GEOCEES,
Produce and Gc&ral Commission
3VE 33 It O OBI 3SX t js 7
No. 3 Union Street, between Main and Front Rote,
AFTER an active application to Dullness, for over
eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit tho pa
tronage of our friends in the capaolty of Cotton Factors.
We fesl confident of our ability to please such as may
confide their business to our charge. Our stock of Bag
ging, Rope and General Supplies will not be excelled In
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, win only be
made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Produce, In store, will only be effected upon actual
lnstructlsns, or when under advance. Shipments cf
Cotton by stesraers win, at all times, be Insured while In
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on
the face of bills lading.
To all our friends who have so liberally patronized us
during years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
un!3-dawly GATES & WOOD.
WARD LAW HOWARD.. ....... ......WM. T. iTOWABD.
W. HOWARD Sc CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, OoCee, Mo
laases, Rice, Flour, Lard, Bicon, Mackerel, Silt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock sow on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
53-Csih advances made on Cottons In store for sale cr
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Our Open PeUcy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to ua by water; also, the risk of Fire while in
alore, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
and toning Cottons, the same as w have charged for
Tears past fit hr cents per bal. InrySO
.-I. II. BEID.
B. RED & RRO.,
XO. S3 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
ALL Cotton seat to oar address Insured, unless iattruo
Coos t the coatrary are received. Plantation
eiders filltrKi tare. Store and Sffl Cotlsn at ftty
T. r. ATDLETT...... ....J. C. DOCOHEBTV,
Xew OrXeant. Mtnphit.
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
NO. SS GRAVIER-5T., XET ORXEAXS.
DODGHERTY & AYDLETT,
XO. S3 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash advances on all Cotton or other Pro
duce shipped to T. P. Aydiett Jl Co., Xew Orleans.
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
dteiQ-dawfcs. X0. S FBQXT SOW.
CUDDY, BE0WN & 00.,
3 01 MP STREET, XEW ORLXAXS.
"tASn advances mads on all Cotton or other Produce
V eonsbjned as aosve, Dy JiiLta uwia.
T. J. DAVIDSOJf..
..J. B. ELLIS.
A. C. BLAIB
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and Ueneral
Xo. 219 Afain Sfrrsf, .Easf tide between Jtjfcnon and
TtOPB Biasing and Plantation Supplies always on
M. PATRICK & CO.,
XO. IS FKOXT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXX.,
TTTILL give strict attention to all Cotton seat as for sale
W in this market, or shipment.
Cotton consigned to ns will be Insured against the dan
gers of River Xavigatlen ans iiro wnue in iwre,
otherwise Instructed. Orders for Bagging, Rope and
Supplies win meet our prompt at tenUon.
augl3 -Jawem -J. it. PATRICK fc CO.
No. 5 Monroe Street, let Front Row &Main
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
Cotton and other Produce
Bagging. Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prie-s.
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
Mosby & iiunrs xnew xsiock,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Frent Row, Memphis.
T WILL par ysrticular attention to fUUng ordors for
X Groceries, jagging ana rope, oic.
j. c. anirriNO J. b. auirnnw
J. C. GRIFFING & BRO.,
Commission Uler chants,
Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
TTTE win furnish supplies to our friends as neretorore,
V and make advancca on shipments to oar friends in
KTo'tTC Orloans je'iaraaa..
t e THroBAi.n..j. c. OBirriKO..E. s. thlosaij;
Frankfort. Ky. Memphis, Tenn. Frankfort, Ky.
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
XO. 71 CAMP STREET,
lalvtPrdawtf XEIV ORLEAXS. LA.
CABRINOTOS MASOJf L. C fuBVELL
Hlly Springs. Miss. up:ey, aiisi
MASON & N0RVELL,
NO. 1G5 MAIN STREET,
"tOXSTAXTLT on lmad, Bagging, Rope aad Plantation
Vy Supplies. majji-iy
I BEASLEY A. W.LOTIKO
BEASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
XO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock ef Rope and Bagging always on nana.
Charces flftv cents per bale, all other Produce at
Ueoal raees. IQ.trnctlons strictly ooeycu, aaa prompt
r-nutance. AU Prodacs insured, unless oinerwiss in
struct.. augiO dawly
TEBLIKO rOWLXES SAMUEL C. HOUST.
THOS. JBrFEBSOK FO wLKES
FOWLKES, MOUNT & CO.,
Post Office Building, Jefrerson-St.,
1TORE COTTON in Fire-Proof Warehouse. Insurance
3S per cent, less than any house in the city.
t?" Cotton in store placed under Insurance, unless In
itmrtnl in th mntrarv.
y- cotton consigned to ns on good steam, keel and
flatboats covered bv our Open Policy of Insurance, unless
otherwise expree sed m face of Bill Lading.
J3 Orders for Bagging, ilope ana i-ianuiion auppuei
sollciteafromonrpairoDs. jui,-h m
E. AShHEIill & CO.,
For the Sale, Storage and Shipment of
XO. 69 FROXT ROW, 31EMPHIS TEXX.
ALL orders for Bagging, Bale Rope, Groceries, Provis
ions and Plantation Supplies, filled carefully and
promotl v. at the lowest current rates
J S. n. DCKSCOUB,
I W. B.DOK0HO.
STRATTON, McDAYITT & CO.,
GROCERS AXD GEXERAL,
XO. 70 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
LL consignments Insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Agents for " GHISWOLD'3 " celebrated C0TT0X
We oontinne to Store and Sen Cotton at XIITT CATS
On hand, a large stock of Powsr-loom and India Bag
ging. Machine avUIaadR-pe, together with a heavy stock
of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wi
will furnish to our customers at the lowest market prices.
auglSwCm S.. McD. & CO.
r. H. WILLIAMSON.
FRANSIOLI & TI1LLIAMS0N,
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
rench and German Vases,
SILVEE, SILVEE PLATED,
GERMAN SILVER & BRITANIA WARE,
FINE TABDE CUTLERY, ic., &.c.
1SS Main Street, Memphis.
LS0, Looking Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Tea
Trays. Parlor Lamps, C band alien, Girondoles, etc,
etc., etc. Jnlyl7
Auctioneer and General Agent,
EEAIi ESTATE BEOKEB,
S3 MAIX STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
T1 . Tir-.. Um1i.iIh a. -- .la. rJ Inn
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and
Leasing Property, 4tc.
Storage and Consignments solicited.
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL,
aa old and experienced Auctioneer, late of HuntsvUle, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
siMs of every description. LIBERAL CASH ADVAKeci
ADE OK COKEIOKSIEKTS.
JQ-Storage and consignments gbllelWL
PT S. I am Agent for The Adams Express Conxarsy.
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BT
Fashionable Hatter, 75 Front Row.
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES AAD BROGANS,
TOR SALE CHEAP AT
octl2-ly Xo. 75 Front Row.
C. C. MAYDWELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
WHERE ein be found all description of Grave Work,
which wm be furnished as eheap as It can he got
in any uaiket West. Also, BuUding Wort dons at short
It Is to the interest of all persons wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis instead of purchas
ing from AgeLts, as the Manufactors have to add the
twenty per cent, that is paid Agsnts to the work sold by
them. Southerners, Joefc to your Interest.
drtJ-dawSm 0. 0. MATDWEIX.
THE subscriber bavins epeeed the above men
tioned House, on the West sue of Shelby street,
between Gayoso and Union, Is now prepared to
receive all who may favor hlra with their pat
ronage. His house Is situated convenient to the steam
boat landing, and contiguous to the business portion of
tne city, ana passengers wishing to lite tae Jtauroad
can take the umoiba.es from the door. Tho House Is
entirely new, and has been newly furnished from top to
oonom. no solicits a share of the pubrK patronage.
dec!8-3m M. W. MASOX
Corner of Main and. Adams street.
mil IS Houia Is sltnated in the centre of botlness, and
J. is now finished and In compieteordee. The Proprietor
pieugea ej resell it than not M surpassed by aay Haato in
Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestowed
on nun ior tne last two years, ho hopes by a street atten
tion u Business to merit a continuance of the same.
. oc7.tt j. j. WORSHAM, Proprietor.
CORXER FROXT ROW AXD JEPPEBSOX ST3.
rpHIS establishment has Just undergone thorough re.
JL pairs in every department. Rooms newly paiR'ed
and papered ; bedding thoroughly renovated ; there U net
even a mattress that Is net new or equal to new ; carpet,
mostly new, kc In one word the hosse is new in de-
croeoiy better orferthan It has ever been since It was
wmi. very grateful for the liberal patronage to the
House since I have occurred It. and havinr renewed twn
leases, one on the House, the other upon my age, I nop
voiv more attention than heretofore. I art
oetrrminea to mate my guests comtortaMe.
:rc7-f D. COCKRELL, Proprietor
OS UXIOX STREET.
THE subscribers respectfnny inform their old friends and
all the public, that they have opened a new Restau
rant on Union street, where they are prepared to f nrnlsh
the best brands that can befeund in the market, served
in the best Parisian styles, Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds in fact, everything suited
to the finest and niot delicate epicurean taste.
Give ns a call. We have six different rooms for the ac
commodation of Private Parties. We will not be oatdose
In any branch connected with our business.
Janl6-tf DEMPERWOLF & GITTER.
WORSHAM IIODSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IX
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under llto Wor-
KEEP3 constantly on band a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits in their t.wn Juice, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordials. Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, aU
kinds Xuts, ice.
vr prw Ia connect lea with this ettab
. ti L air?eUsbmentIhiveflttiupanOyster
J!5 SD Saloon, and will rtcclve FRESH
9tkdr OTSTER3 by every packet.
novI6-dly S P. BRICHETTO.
By V. BACIGAI.TJPO,
Comer Washisgtcn.St. and Front Bow.
RECEIVES FRB8S SHELL
0TSTER3 by every packet, and is
now ready to wait apon all who
will give him a call, In the very
SCT Families supplied at all hours.
3 Satisfaction given, or no sale. eerK-dim
M F C F 4-
House, Xew Orleans. Oysters, Refreshments, and all
other Luxuries, day and night. octI7-3m
P. H. BEINHICH & BE0..
297 MAIX STRBET,
T"EEP constantly on haul a large variety of PLAIX
IV. and FAXCT CAXDIES. CAE.X8, Frnlts, Preserves,
etc., wholesale and retail. We are also prepared to fur
nish parties at the shortest notice.
I.-i connection witn tun we
open onr LADIES' and
EXTLEMENS' OTSTSR SA
from 9 o'doek a . m., to 12
'dock r. m., and are receiving during the whole season.
FRESH OTSTERS by every st-amt r. We solicit a share
of the public patronage. nov2-dm
THE Proprietor would in-,
form the public that be hasJlSSv
opened for the season, and fitted np in the
best style, and Is now prepared to accom
modate the traveling public equal to any Restaurant in
the city. Having had cvnsiderabte experience la catering
to the public, he hopes to receive a liberal patronage.
Every attention paid to my patrons and the public.
Wild Game, Oysters, Lobsters, Sardines, always oc
hand; the best the market affords. Can atXo. 30 Jef
ferson street, Xorth side, next door to Mam street.
P. S. Meals at all hours. aaglS
O. SMITH.. ..B. r. OCTIIBIE....GEO. J. ROWLAND.
SMHII, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AKD AOEKTS TOR THE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
Xo. 364 Main Street, between Second nnd Third.
janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
B B. KARVET.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MEHCIIANTS,
XO. 120 GRAVIEB-ST., XEW ORLEAXS.
OUR personal attention
v wui oe given to ine saie or
!v Forwarding of Goods or,
tHProduce consigned to our
iy address. We will contract Freight on the
above ier re-shipmsnt either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience In our market
In the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
Refeb to Coos at uo., J. c. uiunng ac sro , speea
Strange. Hannah k. Shanks. dec!2-Iy
J. McFABDIlV & CO.,
(LATE TBIPLETT, at'rADDIK k CO.,)
No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO. .
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour,
Grain, &c., solicited and promptly executed.
C. I. & A.
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AXD DEALERS IX
PAPERS OP ALL KINDS,
47'J' Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
. FITZGERALD. ..CHAS. C. BILL..J. W0ODW0BTIT.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
ISuccatort to Park, Simpton 4" Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealerg3
iOMMBSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
imo. Jbxont now, iiemphis,
CnEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
At Manufacturer's Prices.
AM0XG which may be found
Wm Crompton's clebrated brands, Lynchburg
iieBaersoa ana iioicomoe oranas,
Dr. James Saunders' " Harry of the West, itc. -
0. Ford's Anna Rice, ke.,
R. J. Wade's brands. "
Jas. Thomis, Jr.'s Crescent City Paragon, Richmond;
uosoy a. n wiro-i atar or Ktenm'd Prtdo of Ta. "
A. Dill's Fig, Mayflower, ke. - "
Coleman Wortham's O. W. Iris.
nardgrove's "IndispenssWe. ke., -
C M. Cosby, (0. M. Cosby brsnd) DinvSej
Withers k Ayres Toung America, "
W. T. Southerllns' brand,
. p. Bicnarason old Caswell, " ReedvEle, X. 0.
With a great variety of common brands too numerous
to mention, allot which win bo sold at 1XVOICS PRI
CES, to close consignments.
Every article warranted fresh and genuine, and direct
from tho factory.
J. B. SHARPE, Wholesale Tobacco Factor,
dec5-lwdaw3m Xo. 25 Madison street.
THE undersigned have opened a-Carrtage Factory on
Second street, bttween Washington' and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair Carriages at.tbe shortest notice. All work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share of nubile citrons c
JatU-Iy L. 3. BURS & CO.
r 8. & ff 4of aU brands; Ha- 375
6 Sana Cigars. ic.,Orv
94e,A direct from Co Mom . .S.
(Succatorto WUHaaton 4- Honcodt
FINE 7INES, BEANDIES,
Mavana Cigars S?c.
XO. 19 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Eeceived this Day,
SO kegs Xo. 1 Leaf Lard;
25 tierces Sugar-Cured Harm
u ui. osei, assoneasues;
10O tls Whlikv.
AH of which we wm 1 r..-i ... ...v . v. i
J"" S. B.WILLIAMSOX.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
I FFf PIECES Bagging, hand and power-leom
jl. xj jtranas j itsa oous Rope, best brands :
tX bbds. best Brown Sugar;
600 sacks OotTee; 60 hhds Bacon;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra quality 1
600 bets best brand Boston Xatts ;
lea bMs. and half bbis Mackerel;
60 kits Mackerel Xo. 1;
60bbls. Ciushed Sugar; 25 boxes best Loaf Sugar
1090 sscks Salt; SObUs. Mdaises: CO haU bbis do:
100 best brand Flour;
100 bbls. best Dexter and Bean Whisky;
100 reams Wrairoinz Piur:
And a general assortment of prime Brandies and Wines ;
also. Teas, Tepper, Sptee. Glager, Soda, Shot, Lead, and
all article kept In our line of business, which we will
seU oa the very bsst terms tt u. iiiMnn .nA ih.
WE have just received this day, aad oBer for sale, low,
10,900 yards rentackyjeasta aad Undoey. for Xe.
gro Clothing, of various colors aad prices;
280 dozen OH Brandy, bottled ha 117 ;
ISO boxes and half boxes Star Candles.
PAVIDSON, ELLIS it BLAIR,
Xo. II Main street.
THE subscribers keep on hand the fallowing articles,
which they warrant to he or tut ns.ut. m.1
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans aad Threshers ;
E. Carver fc. Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ;
Wagons, Xorthera and Southern manufacture:
Bacon, bog-roand ;
Floor, Salt. Whisky and Tobacco ;
Sugar, Coaee, Teas aad Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead ;
Brandies and Wines, saperWr article ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris ;
Together with a general assortment ef all artidu ih-
slly kept in a Grocery store.
GWTXXE it GIBSOX,
Xos. 1 aad 3 Exchaage BaBdiag.
s. SiiSaia Liiiiicl
TTTOULD announce to the ladies of Memphis and the
VV adjoining country, tint she is prepared to
Cut and Make Dresses
after the new Invented style, and at the shortest notice.
She I prepared with Models and Book instruction
to CUT DRESSES, and all kinds of Ladies' wearing appa
ral, after the newly Invented Patterns of MRS. J. C.
GEOR8K, of Baffslo, Xew Tork.
Mrs. Saean Land professes to teach or impart the art
of Catting to any person in a few boors, so that they cai.
measure themselves or others, aad make beautiful rlls.
Her residence is oa t he corner of Mala and Union streets,
np stairs, in the third-story. sepST-Sat
cF W3 GO 0 1$ ,S' !
EMPOEIUM OP FASHION",
And Ladies' General Furnishinj, Cloak
and Mantilla EstaDlishment,
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE ara now receiving and opening one of
the largest aad most magnificent stocks of
French Millinery aad Fancy Dry Good. I
ever broatht to this otty. Also, a very select assort
ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new. Silks, Cash
meres, Morenos, DeLaines, and a large variety of all
styles for Street, Traveling aad Evening Dresses.
We call aartkalar atteatioa ts our Millinery Depart
ment, coasistiag or UDeniue, aiossana uncut velvet.
Satin. Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets; Flow
ers, Feithers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5,000
worth of fine French Bmbroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
in bimpsre .Laces ; an styles or
Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladies' Cloth aad Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Dresses, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, Kid Glove,,
Fars, Trimmings ef all descriptieas for Cloaks aad Drei s.
es, he, ke.
X. B. Embroidering and StsBpiagdoee, Oteaks anf
Dresses made to order In a few bears at cheapest prices.
Ladies, please call before purcfaaslBg elsewhere.
Orders from the coon try promptly attended to.
ocll X. STILLMAX k CO.
FORMERLT of the firm of Meeney Sc
j Green, weekt respectfally say te Uses
friends ana customers ta.it ae is situ at
the old stand, with a good aaapfy of Fruit
tmf, consisting of
Also, Raspberry. Strawberry and Grape Viaes. In va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Punts, Bel boas Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attended te, and aU plants guarantledto order and de
livered any part ef the city, free of charge.
Anrssry on Main street, Sooth Memphis.
ectlt-dem Receiver of Moeoeyfc. Green.
TO HORTICULTURISTS AND PLANTERS.
.u,- o I would respectfully remind the citizens
ifrxSis?- ct Memphis aad su'reunding country that
T53V! ne season for traasplaatlag Fruit and Or
nftTWik namental Irees is fist approach leg. Great
MijE2225Ei additions have been made In every depart
ment. uwr particularly among Fruits. A mere select
and varied collection his never been oerd for sale In
the Southwest, consisting in part of over one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, Ohis, SeuppernoBg, California, etc.
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; English Wahrats and Filberts, Texas
r cvaiis, iijEuu ts, e.c., esc
Green-bouse plants, Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, imonr which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
Ia aiditlea to the above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence of having to
move most of my stock on hind, I will sell It very low.
r-nrenisers may rely on everything being what It Is
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, by spplylng at the Garden and Xursery. near the
RiUroadDebot, or addressing
ocll-fiSm S. M. WHEAT0X.
P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders win
meet with prompt attention it left at the store of J.
WUdberger. S. M. W.
ETCI2AVARNE & BRO.,
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on tho
liorn Laxe itoaa, nave on nana a one as
sortment of SURUBBERT, In every de
partment, consisting In part of
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, Kcctarin.es, &c
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rtubaib and Asparagus.
Order! from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punc
tually attended to, aad all Plants guarantied to order
and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens In tows
or country, at the shortest notice.
oct!7-lm ETCHAVARWS k RRO.
For Sale Low to the Trade.
P.fr KEGS nails.
ej KJ J 310 pieces best Power and Hand Loom Bagging :
200 e lis Machine Rope ;
SO coils Manilla Rope ;
100 pounds Twine.
DOUGnnRrr k atdlktt,
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS.
PROPOSALS will he received at the Engineer's Office of
the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, until February
10th, 1SS7, for the Grading, Masonry and Bridging of said
RaUroad, from Spring BUI to opposite the town of Colum
bia, about thirteen" miles.
The above work comprises soma heavy rock cutting;
about six thousand perches of Bridge Masonry, and six
teen hundred feet of Bride Int.
Plans, Profiles and Specifications may be seen at any
time, and any farther inf ormittea obtained by addressing
J. H. Devxbscx, Division Engineer, at Columbia, Tenn.
A AXDHRSOX. Engineer.
XsshTffls, Bsc. 15, lS5G-deeWtsmUlfb5
JVF JW MOWTF
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
OPEN TO CORINTH.
rx ma iner am. is, isis, through mailteain
W will leave Mempois, DA1LT, at 7:00 a. m , arriving
at uerimn at ki.Mi r. M.i at somervute at 10:00 a. M.
RetarnlBg Leaves Corinth at 1 r. il. ; Somervtfie, 3
r. n. Arrives aiAiriapais at. i.ira r. r(.
TMs Tvain ooanects at Corinth with a doable Dallv
Liaoof first class Post Coaches to tha termtaas of the
Eastern Division of the Memphis and Charleston Rati.
road. Theses by Railway direst, ard oonneetsons sure
with an Eastern elites.
Staging redaced ta forty jnilet, and track -Ujtng prc-
THROUGH TlOrSTS sold to tho foBowis poinU:
- ThlsJeaias4tijTi-incts wKhthe MlssisaisDi Central
Raifread to Heir Sorbin. Oxford. Grenada. Canton.
Jaekssn, fcc, &c
Also ooanects at Grand Junction Statiea with Tennes
see Central Railread to Bolivar, Ja:ksoa, HuBtingdon
and ether plaoes.
Also connects at Pocahontas with Tri-Weekly Line of
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus,
THROUGH TO XASIIVILLE IX Zt HOURS.
Via the Mempbis and Charleston, XashvUle and Chatta
noeca RaUroals only lO miles of Staging, against
ISO T any other route.
The ACLOMIIUDATIUX WAT T&AIX runs dauy (ex
cept Sundays) between Memphis aad tha Jaactlea with
the Mississippi Central Railroad:
Leaves Junction 7.00 A. M. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leave Memphis 1:00 r. 21. 1 arrives at the Junction
(:00 r. af.
Freight Trains terre Memphis far Pocahontas DAILT
at 7 A. u. Doors dose at 4 r. St.
Threegh Tickets only, oa the above Routes, can be ob
tained at the commercial Hotel, aa well as lnf ermauou
ooaaecieu wun tne iioaa.
Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before en
tenaz tne cars, ana save payment of extra fare.
Baggage cbecxed to aB stations on the Railroad, and
no Baggage will be received without being checked.
Each passenger win be allowed seventy-five pounds of
haggage by Railread, and sixty pounds by Stage; but Be
article will be carried as baggage that is not incMeat to
the person of the passenger. In case of loss the Com
pany will hold themselves responsible tor an amount not
degrees, wbes traveling aleae. must have permit, na
ming t&e point to which they are to go. and spectrying
that they are to travel by railroad, or they win not be
eptl Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Wasnington, Neiv
Yorlc, Pliiladclpliia, &c
Direct Throagh. Line for the East!
Baltimore and OJilo
rpHIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (379
X miles ,) and to Washington, (too miles,) and presents
the fullest advantages both as a freight aad passenget
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
AUeghenies; aad being solidly constructed, completely
equipped and carefully managed. Is one of the most at
tractive and safest Railroads in the United States. The
Central Ohio Railread, from Colambus aad ZanesvUle to
Wheeling, unites this road with all portions of the West
The only Trbocor Tickets from Memphis.
Looisville and St. Locis to the Xatiokal Me-
TBOroLis. are sold by this road, which runs direct to
Washington without the delay of passing through Balti
more, it Is also the only line by which baggage can be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
J3-By the mail bo jte from Memphis, take the mall
steamers, running dally for LonisvlHe, connecting there
with mail steamers or JeBersenvule Railroad for Cincin
nati, where they arrive so as te connect with the cars e
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, connectsg there
with Ontral Ohio Rittroid, throagh Newark andZanes
vine, to Wheeling. By the express tram ef this route.
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Washington
ts le than 27 hoars.
TBe sure to ask for tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
r3Ps-ngers from Memphis going East through St
Louis, ran bay Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Kaimid. tus route lays tnrougn Tincenaes, Terra Haute,
Indianapolis, etc., to WheettBg, ever tho new Ohio and
Mississippi and conanecllng Roads. These connections
are all direct, and the time from St. Loais to Baltimore
or Washington is but about 3 hours. Through Tickets
by tus route may be had of the Agent, aader the Plan
ter's Hous. at the following rite, : From St. Louis to
Baltimore &2Si to Washington US.
At Wheeling the passenger takes tho scperler cars of
the Baltimore and Ofale Railroad, which leave three times
daily for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia aad Xew
lorr. Through in it or 17 hours, lnciading stoppages,
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of the country, and
general comfort, this road is second to none in the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment of any Railroad ia th: United States, and is
prepared to do an immense business in transportation.
The road makes immediate connection at the wharves aad
in the stmts of Baltimore with the Railroad to Pblladel.
phla and Xew Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and Balti
mobe STEASisKir Lines, by Canal and Sea to Xew
Tork, and ky new Merchants' and Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Xorfolk, Charleston, Savannah, ke. For
particalars. see freight tariff, copies of which mar be had
of tne FUrwarcing nooses in tne west, or of J. B. Fobd,
receiving ana i urwanung Agent at n neetmg.
WM. S. WOODSIDK,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A- T. LAVALLETTE,
jua25-ly Agent, SI Front Row, Memphis.
ESPECIALLT FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUXD
To the North and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
Frees Cairo fo Chicago Direct in Eighteen Uovurt,
it uaoiu orcu oj vuage or .nangt oj cars or
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Xlagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, Xew Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Xlagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to Xew Tork. Time from Cairo to Xew
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, aad comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
KOT subjected to the delays cccsequeat to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana aad
Ohio, to the East and Xorth.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake
Shore RaUroad and Steamers tor Racine, MUwaukee,
Sheboygan, ic, and with a splendid Line of First Class
Steamers for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Superior, CoUicg
wood, Toronto, ke.
'Tains leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol
6:05 A. 3f., Chicago and Dunleith Express. Sundavs
This Train connects at Chicago with Xew Tork Llrhu
nine Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
Xew Tork Central Railroads, through In thirty-one hours.
This Tram also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad for St. Louis and Vlncennes; at
Pana, with Trains ct tho Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis tuuroaa, ior laaima polls, Louisville and Cincin
nati; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena,
Danlelih; me latttr connecting with Trams to Spring
field, Xaples, Rock Island. Burlington and Qulncy.
6:10. M., Xew Tork Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, except on Signal,
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur to
Dunleith, and arriving at Chicago at 2 r. M.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will find at Dun
leith, steamers of the Dunleith and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, ke. rassengers
for JaaesTttie, aad Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at Freeport with Trains to Belolt and Janesville, and
from thence to Madison and Central aad Eastern Wis
consin. The Maps and Charts indicating the Great Centril
Route tothe Xorth and East are an exact transcript of
Oolton's Map of the United States, and passengsrs are
requested to examine this route as well as the running
time cards of the connecting Roads, and Judge for them
selves as to the correctness of the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, affords tothe pleasure traveler,
as well as tha business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the Xorth and East, which surpsss thossof
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
eling public, the permanency of the road and structure,
the strength and elegance of the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves to those who desire la traveling tpetd,
coafort and lafety.
TICKETS GOOD FOR OXH TEAR, with the privilege
of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Offices on the line.
A. T. LAVALLETTE, Agent,
Jcni-ly Memphis. Tens.
LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
J. A. MANNING,
LEAVENWORTH CITY, K. T.
THE subscriber begs leave to offer his services to the
public as Land Agent, Surveyor, Draftsman, aad
Dealer in Land Warrants
He will attend promptly ta baying aad selling Real
Estate, collecting debts, paying taxes, buying, selling and
locating Land Warriats, and to all business pertaining
to a General Land Agency .
RErEBEKCES. Col. E. O. McCarty, Col. J. 3. Clark
soa aad J. D. Henderson, leaven worth City; J. c
Dougherty and R. B. Hawley, Memphis, Tenn.; J. R.
Connelly, nemando. Miss. novI9.w3m
GEO. FLAHERTY & BE0.
TJ ECE1VED per steambeat Lebanon, this day. 30M
jl worth t Salts, Tables, Redsteads,Sofas, Chairs, ke.,
all of which we offer at unusually law prices, being press
ed for ro m to store them, at corner ot Mala and Union
P. S. Six riaaw Jo? ia!e. Old Inilrnasnls Tuned and
Opon. to Como.
OX and after Monday. January 12th, 1867, THROUGH
MAIL TRAIX will leave Memphis daily, (Sandays
excepted,) at 7-30 a. x., arriving at Come at 103)6 A. M.
Returning, leaves Como at 10:30 A. if , and arrives at
Memphis at 1 r. u.
This Tram connects at Como with J. P. McAlexaBder Jt
Co.'. daily Use of First Class Post Coaches for Paaeia
aad Grenada. Staging redaeed tot: miles be tweea Mem
phis and Grenada through in 16 hoars. The travkUag
pabiic may rely oa tats being a shorter aad cheaper roata
to Gienada, Canton, Jaexaoa and Ykkshsfg than any
The FREIGHT TRAIX will make daHy trips, (Saadsys
excepted,) from and after Monday, the 19th ef Janaary
Coase. It will bo expected that consignees will have
arraagesaeEHs made to receive their goods at the station
on arrival, as the Company have only temporary arraage
reals fur taking care of freights, aad will not be respoa-sie.-
for the toss or damage to tho same at that station.
Passenger are requsted to parUuse tickets before
eater lag the cars, and save payment ef extra fare
Baggage checked to ill stations on the Railroad" and no
baggage will bo received without being checked! RaesT
,W,leBlT2Iai nowed K0 voaBd' " haggage by Rail-'
road, and M peaads by stage, bat Be artiste liHlmaV
rW as baxgag that U not sBsidnt ta th.
Comaairy will held themselves r
spuwiMe f ,r aa amount not exteediig io
S3-Xegroes, when travsliaz asae. mn.t
aammg the point te which they are to go. ias iiSS,
that theyare to travel bv Tt.ifLJ. '
carried. ' ir v 'S-.tV.V" "
Prom Memphis to Jackson. s.t sn
From Merapais to NashTiile, SIO 50.
Yia Jackson, Waynesboro and
COXXECTIXG near BrownaviUe with the v-m.si.
and Ohio Railroad, aad at Thl'i I,!."3
nessee aad AUbama RaUroad. This is th thitiJiil
to Middle Tennessee, and traveler, ari assured 4a?
pains or expen-e win be spared to rwder them
The coaches, horses and driver. iTttT
Onr lino connects at JaUsea with J. w Xorwood fc
Co Hfi. of four horse post cea.hr, to iihrinT
f""WU Jc FOBTUXE.
jo arc 10 urenaila ST OO
Inclndiug Omnibus Ticket to H0D7 Spriags.
Bctvreen Memphis and Grenada
It nowpruented to tht public via tht
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads.
FOR tickets or information, apply to
Jiagl-dtf SIMS k CO.. Agents. Commercial Bote,.
MIZlNTCE PIES !
families served regularly, on the shortest notice wHhi
.O" fnrnished with Cakes. Ceafsrtlens, WUea,
.Yy.rj'h'.'c.r - " 8P'CHr3jtft
200 0wfaEeS- TSrntr Bntkrn' Celebrated Gb"
SO cases Blackbery Brandy;
rere waice Port Wtas
. H. H. POTTER,
3d door north of Worshsm Bouse.
AXKW, light, elegant end cheap Patent SPSIVO
MATTRESS, for sale by Braise
sepaS-tf H. M. SROSVIXOR.
A SUPERIOR is'ortm.nt of Planes ana Mtiedeess
ti. Just received by -aeioaeoss,
H. M. GE0STEXOR.
Carpets $ Cnrtalns
JUST received, a Urge assortment ef elegant Verne.
J Brussels, Tapestry, Three Ply, Superior and Cemra
Carpets, Rags, CartaitH, OoraleeV, le -aamon
,g8-tf H. M. gBOSTEXOR-
PROF. P. R1V1XAC would respectfully anaonace te tie
citizens of Memphis and vwinity, that hewuiaive
instrnct, en the Piano nd Guitar.' Also, would, u"
that he will Tuns and Repair Pianos, Meiodeoas etc re
tire satisfaction will be given. ' '
Those wbhtag to take lessons win please apply at Alex
ander 4. White's Music and Bwsk store
Those wishing to Dorchasoa rrvrwl .
Ma, aad he will seleet you th. best la taeeitv
Refebekce Dr. Tamer, tt. S. Taliafero Dr r
Rogers, H. S. Bradford, Dr. TaUafero, J. L. WiaeM!
Rev. J. .Rogers, Easoa Jones, Brownsville Tean
JXT O T X O 32
I TAKE great plea.ure in recoRiC if.T,
VlXACtothecitisens of Memphis, aad partelirlr to
my friend., as one ef the first Teachers la th"sta ad
hope you wlU patronise him la his line of buslaew Tlah.
gives entire satisfaction. RMpectfullr ' 5I"
SSTpV . J. BABBLERS.
3" Enquirer copy.
T THIS day lost in Memphis, and as I believe, cn Wash
JLiagtea street, a small memoranda-book, aad SIfMaor
Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip. ' 5noof
Xo. ltM3 for , .
Xo. 1M for SMfL-ewvin
isseed in September, 1866. aad saviKI. .r
This is to aettty the finder who the owner is. ard laafZ
all persoas notice not to purchase th- same. A wJSIr
compensation win be given by me to the finder oa dellvw
a"2'" THOMAS JAMZa.
TOMBS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES, &c.
COtajxl.i on nana. Monuments of all descrip
tions, from $1W to $1000. of tt stvle TJt
terns. Tombs and Head and Foot Stones, famished
low as aay other estabHshmeat who do their workwS
aad satisfactory. To these aeediag aaythiar m .v.
Monumental Una would do well to call and examine be
fore sendlnglthelr orders to th. Xorth. The undersigned
will be found at the old stand on Adams ttrt K.t.Tl
Main and Front Row, opposite the Worsham tt7...
ready to flU any orders, having the best of Marble and
Workmen, no pains shall be spared to give satisfaction
P. S. Mr. M. L. Sort Is now on . . "
Xorth Mississippi and the adjacent counties of Tennessee
soliciting orders for Marble work, and will contract for
Marble at shop price., the object of his tour being chieir
to remove the Unpreeskm that orders must b m.nt
Xorth for good work. The pobll. being satisfied that
it Is the best policy to encourage home Industry aad If
eood work and reasonabt. prices wHI keen hnT
home, give yonrordars to Mr. Sory, or call cppeske tho
Worsham Hosoe. sngfiS-wtf t d-
James and Willi in Rodger j,")
. I PetMlstt for the Sal of
EHxibeth Rodger?, at aj.. V Real and Personal Pro
heirs and distributees of I perty forDivislsa
Callen Rodgers, dee'd. I
BT virta of a Decree of the County CoBrt of Shelby
Ceaasy, made In the above cause, at the January
Term, 1867, of said Court. 1 win oflerat pabliesal. on
TUESDAT, February 10th, 1537, en the premises, '
The Tract of Land
betosging to the estate of Callen Roigers, dee'd, about S
mile, east of Raleigh, on the LaGraaza
200 acres, more ot less, and also the SLAVES, seven in
nnmoer, i." w ..m.b
TEB3IS Th. Land wUl be sakt subject ta the wU.-.
dower, for one-third cash, aad the balance oa a credit of
one aad two years; th Stares for one-half cash, aad tba
balance on a credit of eae year, the purchaser giving
bond and good security, aad Hen being retained on the
Land until final psyment.
JanlO-wtds Jillia P. TRBSEVAXT. Clerk.
Clerk's Sale of EancL.
Wm. Rogers and wife, Mary"j
rr- ( -nft. . 1
iuheirs of HlUadBUnd. ? Cmty Court cf Soel.
Petition ex-parte to sen Land
BT virtu of a Decree m the above cause, mads by the
Coanty Court of Shelby County, January Term, 1357
I wUl offer at pubUc sale, at the lite residence of Callea
Roeers. deceased, on the LaGrang. aad Balelrh m. .
TUESDAT, February 10th, 1S57, '
A Tract of Land,
containing 125 acres, belonging to the heirs of Hlland
Blaad. deceased, sltnated in Range 5, Section 1, north of
noil river, ua u" wum.j acioy.
Tzbms Half cash andhsiron a credit of
the purchaser giving bond snd security, and a Ilea being
retained on the land until final payment.
JaalO-wtds JOHX p. TREZEVAXT. (a.rk.
THE next session of this Institution wtHcommssce on
Ffctliar advantages ar here offered to tbrt mm i
desire a thorough course ot Instruction. The Faculty
offer every facility that their scholarship, experience and
energy may allow. Great ear wlH be taken to make
Special attention wlU be given to the denartment of
Modem Languages aad CivH Engineering. Very superior
Mathematical Instruments have been purchased for tho
Department or rraaicai Mathematics, including Land
Surveying, Civil Engineering, ie.
Th. discipline of the Initiation will be nromot. vet
parental, and no stndeat ot Incorrect deportment will be
The. vlHage is healthy, highly moraL free from ex
travagance and retired frrm places offering inducements
toxlce. - mature seems. Indeed, to have designed it pre
eminently, as a place for Llterar pursuits.
The RusseRvUle Female Institute ts an Institution of
high grade, and thus the brother and sister may accom
pany each other. The Count of Instruction is thor
ough, more so than most Colleges of the South and West.
The buildings are commodious, neatly furnished aad very
nnery situates, ine iracuiiy are jreniieisen of thorough
scholarship, of ripe experience, and of great energy ot
For further particulars, address the President, H. T.
BLEWETT, or R. n. CALDWELL,
dec20-w3m Secretary ot the Beard of Trattese.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
1 OH SACKS for sale by
XXJ B. MERRILL.
octSS Xe. i Monroe itrsst
The Cheapest and Quickest Eouto-