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IBTM'CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1857.
VOL. VII, NO. 273. 1
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SfcCLAXAHAX. HC1T0K.& GO.
L. O. RITES,
AnORKIT AXB OOCNSKLOR AT LAW, Meaaahls,
. Tessa. Oatc? ia the Past Oiaee BalMiae.
Aal hasiae 'seatratted to his care will leoetve pseatpt
sad fatthfal atteattoa. CoIlectioM praaaatbj awSe ia the
rarroandins; counuei ot West Tennessee, Misaisaiaaii and
J. A. ANDERSON.
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Trua. OtBoe in
Walker's Building, ov.r Mansfield's Drssg Store,
Main street. Jaolo-ly
BENJAMIN IIOWCOTT, Dentist.
HAVING prepared myself weu to practice
Dent 1st; y in Memphis I respectlully solicit
ithe patronage of all who may and my er-
' vices in tbe Dental Iter, and bind myelf to
pssfuim all operations 00 the Ttth. aad insert Artidcial
Twth in tbe most approved style as well as it ean be
door ia tbitor any other country.
Onto oa Main street, opposite Woreham House.
B. Wo ACREE.oesseeesaaeseteeseeee.eesH. 1)7 ACfiiCZZo
G. W. & H. M. ACH.EE,
lusiTiirra. ismce truon mocst, uoan
street, hetweea Mala aud Frunt Xow,
L Memphis, Teatnesee
All veatal OperatMns performea with
the least pooewfe pain. Diaaasei of the Alveolar Piper
aast 6aau treated la the most sUnful runner. Pall r
partial Sets of Teeth set on Gutta Percha or Gold, with
the latest lsauiostuients, aad 6UAXANTIEU.
B. C. BROWN,
ATTORNBT AT LAW. Marion, Ark., practices ia
PhilMae, Critteadea, Missiseippi, Graoa, IteaaWph,
Lawrence, BderesMleooe, Jackson, Poiasett, SC Fraacis
aadMauro Countse. in Arkansas. oetTeVSat
TAX SAMUEL GILBERT. SR.. has returned te his aM
XJ harseete aear Memphis, aod reopeaed bis lnftrsa
ory, aad wBl remain permineuuy. He treat the follow
a$ Ohsaaic Mseases : Caacers. Scrorrala, Wbi e SweDiog,
Taasars and W as. without Sureieal operataorw. He asso
traats all Chroaic Female dilates. S reset tons; staadto;,
Tetter, Mauaiattsm, Sypbiils, and aU for ms of Mereetial
Dr. G. deems it unnecessary to say more, as he has lir
ag witaeeses of his success from Mains to Orefoa.
....ED. A. BEECHES.
ATTORKETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tebowsee. Omce,
No ill JefP-rson street. janl-tf
SJHITH P. BANKHEAD,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tesa. Ofdoe ia the
Pest Oasoe Block, over Aydlett it Oa., third story.
JOHN A. NO0E,
ATSORNET AT LAW. Ofnee in the Post OOVe BaCd
iae, Meraphts, Tean. no3l-"
Dr. R. L,. EASK.I,
LATE Staff Physidar, nd Director of several Heaattnls
ia Goratany, manst - of differeat Medical Societies
ia New Tort has locate, n the city of Meaapbis, asd ef
fn ht services to the paMic as Physician, Aocoucher,
aad for all operations ia Surgery.
X3" Oahoe oa Washington street, between Maia and
R. T. SICKABDSON..W. W. WHEATLET..K. A HIS9S.
Richardson, TFIieatlcy & B 1 1553,
ATTORNETS AT LAW Office on the cormr of Seeoad
and Ooart streets, Memphis, Tena. ocll-ly
DR. THc5sT KEEL.ER,
LATE of Tascmahia vAIabama, has located perns sent
ry a Metapht:, ad oOers his serricet to the public
ta aR the braacbes of his profession He has takes tbe
sdaae hsrstatore occapsed by Dr. Brysn, corner of Shelby
aad Uatoa streets. Having recently made a careful and
C tiers! selection ot Surgical Instruments, be is preaared
fr aB tbe operatioas of Surgery. R..adeaoe est Shelby
street, betweea K Jlug and T relevant streets.
f HASKEIiL &, SEARCY,
U TTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, lenaessee. Wa.T.
Xi. Haskell and Robert S-arcy have associated tbem
fetvas tosjether ia the practice of Law. Offlc. ia tbe
Walker Mock. novM-d4m
ATTORNET AT LAW, Oovingtss, Tean. AH Vasts em
. eastrasted ta bis care will rooeivc prompt attaBttcs.
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tesw., win practise
ia an the Ovarii of Memphis aad taw Western Dis
tract of Teaaiasna.
X3 Offlor sooth of Court Square, adSoiaifli; ifclt ef the
OhaticeryCoart Clerk. BsariS-lr
EGBERT H. OSBORNE
ILL practice Law m tbe Courts of Hardeman. Pjt-
ette. Tiptoe and Shelby, also ia McNsiry aad Har-
attr aaaaties, aad ia the Supreme Ctnn al Jacksea. AH
bssstasM sctrnsted to httn receive prompt and faith-
fal attention. H!' jOk is in the Chaaosry Clerk's
BaHvsT- Hraeman county. Tenn. aovSt
JOHN P. FARRELLY,
ATTORNET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
. Testa. Ofnee earner of Mais aad JeafereoB stnete.
eaac Ivshaaaa it Co.'s.
Refer to Hoe. Henry Pirtle, W. 7. BeHaek aad Messrs.
A. L. Shot-! & Sob, LouisvUle, Ky.; Hoe. JasnesFryor,
Oatnntoa, ty.; McGregor. Alio way ti Oa., aad Moe
Oteoawaed, New Orleaas; X. M. A apart in it Oa., Mesa
Q. C. GRASTY,
ATTORNET AT LAW, and CoDfisilauer far the
. Steles of Virgioia, Alabama, Misistpti aad Tsat
jtesose, LOUISVILLE, KY., will promptty atieead te bas
laess eatraeted to his care, and enforce the cajlectioa of
eiattas ia this aad the adjoining States.
KErEP.EBOES Hob. Jacob TbompserL Oiford, Miss.;
Hon. J. J. MeRae, Governor of Misstsrtpai, Jscksoai;
Baa. H. S. Bennett, WashiagtoB City; OoL B. F. DUl,
Meatphis, Tenn ; Beat it Duval, Tucker, Braaaan it Co.,
Baakers, Geo. Btaachd, Hughes &. Hatchtasoa, Loais
X3 CHBoe, "Mati.e Hall BnUdtns," Fifth fdreet,
betweea Market aad JeSerson. Jcnti
B. L. ItERKON J. n. ARMETRONO.
HERRON & ARMSTRONG,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CoCeevltie, Yikb;ha eosmty,
. Misstselppi. WUl practice in the coantiesot Yalobu
sha, TaBahatcbie, Lafayette, Panola, Carroll, Choctaw,
Oatskasaw, and Oalboua. Also, ia the United States
Ooart at Peatotoe, Vice Chancery Court at CarrsUtoa,
and High Court of Errors and Appeals at Jacksea.
New Orleans McRae, CetTasaii it Oo., rialTaiine
iOe., BschaniB, OarreH it Co., J. Bsmstde k, Oa.,
Pises sos, Fowier & Co.
MEMPnta Gossltt, Htil it Taimadge, Fergasoa it
'Neffl, Lewnes, OrBtB fe 0o G, D. JohHien, B. P. DM.
Appeal OQca. JuOO-ly
A. J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLEIALE AND HETA1L
AND SEALERS IX ALL K1XDJ or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Saalbe&tt Carnrr at Slain and Union SW.,
TTATK alwar ao baad a well and cairfsllr sJected
i t. aiais r aruowa is taetr liae, wnitfc thy will tell at
w wwhi carraK pnore.
S3" Ofer premptlr filled wtta, nltpatdi.
AXD DEALER IX
watches, Cloclts. and Jewelry's
OORNEK OP KA1.V AND ADAMS-ST3.,
TAKSS lh infthod of lnformtaz hUtriendj,
and a pabllc gieral!y, that be baa mo red from
SpAi-bisoW tand to tbe corner of Main and Aduna
afeaStnwts, vbere be will take piearare In exblbitiBK
a new and chotoe lot at JSWELKT, te tboee who raiy
lw bun with a call, and wUl be pleaaed to execute an
order tor rupaira In bis ltte. He bopee, by boseaty, lo
tearity, and his eflerta te please, to ala tbe eaeadesce
aad Itaeral patronage ot aO wbo raiy find It oaaTeeiect to
Thdt U( KUMtebBKBt.
t3 All onir tor rvpMrtnf lo eTery branch cf mybnl I
hhh proanwy aiteeaaa io. aarzl-ly
J. B. SHARPE,
avvrvit,t sHB7ITr i I 77 K7T7 OWai JtLWnt
T TTOULP rejpectfnllr Inform the aerchaBts of Mem.
VV Phis aod snrroanlnc; coaatry, that be has Jast re-
tnracd from the ctuea ot Flrctnia, where be eetebtrefaed
a permaarot Aaency for the sale of all credos ot Virgin
ia Tobacco, and intends to keep constantly on hsixl a
stock eqnal to toe oemana, at ntaanractnrers' prices.
BiEE tally able to compete with the New Tort. Baltl-
morr, Cincinnati and New Orleans marketi, he invites
the attrntioB of all dealers in th: above article to fail
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ooai-daiw tf J. B. STIASfg
A. r. at CAKE..... .....V. S. WILLIAMS.
McCARE & "WILLIAMS,
(Secressers to 'Wheat Si Taylor,)
FOKVTARDIXG AXO COMMISSION"
Duvall'8 Bluffs, Arkansas,
At Me eretHHf of Ike Memphis and Little Reck RaU-
rM on n mie tuvcr.
fTtHBT keep constantly on hand Snrar. 0o(f. Salt.
X Moor. Molasses, and all ether articles nsnaUy kept
ta a ttrocf-ry, which they will sell low tor cash or ex
chance for H'des, Furs and Peltries, or any other articles
broncht to tbe market.
Bonds destined for Little Kock or tbe adjacent
coauties shipped to Dcvali's BloffS, will be forwarded
inwKdiatelr. as there are always wagons aod teams in
readiness to nam to any point.
-7& V iTJ ffc tfh JTH c
s jc v v Lf jx-i c
We are now receiving and opening our
Fall asici Winter
ftONBISTIXG of er?ry variety of Staple and Fancy ?ry
ftarWhdsi IlaUia.il V aTiMtt in thi mrlTet Siirtrflna Kl u-V
Dress Goods, of a superior quality ; Crase Shawls.
Urate tot of Bteakets. Nesrro Cloth, Brogans, Ready Made
taotarae;, soots as saoes, tiais, and a variety of artidee,
too BBBteroas to mention.
All I askH,'0ese one, come all," and examine ray
stock, before making your purchases. I bought n the
very best term., and am determined that none stall an
dersetl me. I shall adopt the Cash System, esa.pt te
paactaaiaeams. A. u. blair,
No. 277 Main street,
octl3-JtwawSm Old Stand of Ferguson &. NetU.
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
rr HE hurhest market pries pajd for rugh and rendered
A isusow. umarjisoap t.rcaso. mwu-i
47 SOWT ES.O7i7",
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCIIALCTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
H. 0. BREWER & CO.,
REFER to J. T. Soatter, Esq., President Bank of ta
Republic New Tore ; J. K- Sss, Bsq.. PresWen
Beak of Charleston, S. C; Messrs. John Fraxer & Co..
J. W. Caldwell, Esq., Charleston, S. C; Col. Wm. M.
Church well, . r-ident Bank of East Tennessee, nox
vtne; I. B. KIRTLAND, ., and Messrs. FALLS Si
CASH, Memphis, Tenn. sepS7-6m
JOHN B. B0TT0;
BOOT AND SHOE
No. GG Front ROW, I
ITT nnnT I
SIGN QF THE BIG SOOT,
JVaTorrt TQlxifia, Term.,
aTEEPSeoostantlyeohand. BOOTS alKlO-n
i SHOES, of bis own make, also ot other iAtJji.J
J maautacturers. He keeps, also. Leather, V
Sole aad Upper, Calf Skins. French and
American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va
lises, all of which be wi'l sell as cheap as any in this
market . Give bua a call before purtbasing elsewhere.
A. STKEET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
auglS MEMPHIS, TENN.
Walker & Brothers,
AND DEALERS IN
Rry floods, Knots & suocs,
W i3.olo3uLo and fttotadl,
No. 70 Front Bow.
WE have Just received one hundred cases of
Clothing, expressly mannf actnred for this mar
ket, and are opening the best selected stocks of
all kinds ef Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, ever
brought here, which wesffrr at the lowest possible prices,
betas; enacted to compete with any house through the
faculties of our house in Philadelphia.
We would especially invite tbe attention ot country
merchants, known g that ) an and will suit all nd.
very -te CVI " see. i auglO-'
SCHNEIDER & GLASSICEt,
Jefmon Street, efprtMt Cammtrcial Hotel,
aiissit HIS, Tt.N.",.
WE ask the patronage of citlrens antl
those visiting Memphis. We warrant aDi
of our work, and our long experience In
the business will enable us ta stake or re
pair Gens and other Fire-arms In a superior and work
manlike mariner. augl-daw6m
X VACCARO Is CO., "
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TElVlt.
CHANDLER & COlT"
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Main ttreet, nest door to Odd Fetlewt' Hall,
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines. Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
J3" Every article seed by us warranted as represented,
tct to be retoraedat ear expense. JulyS-ly
HVOLLINTINE, Beq., has removed Ms Law OGce
. srer the Store iDd Coaamilston Hoss- of FowlEes,
Maant it 0., an Jefierson street, between ths Post Office
and Main street. spelJ-tf
D "I. DUBOSE,
A T10RNET AT T.A.W, Messptds, Tenn. OfSce on east
CX saasaf MssB'strtetetween Jeaersen and Adams.
Heser te F. Trias, McBwen, Hanis'ic MsNeftl, J. D.
WHthtaiii, W. E. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.
Horn, Titus & Co., New Orlsaci. Janl t-U
W. B. SOSf.
TAYLOK & ROSS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IV'o. G Ulouroe Street, Klemphis,
WILL mat. liberal c ish advances on all coniljniaenU
of Prodoce or alerchandlse.
Refereuctt Ilenderaon. Terrr it Co.. S. 0. kelson it
Co., New Orleans ; Speed it Strange, . M. Arperson it
Co., Memphis. dot It-3m
PATTEHSOK", HAHSHATj u & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
No. 49 Front Rovr, Memphis, Tsnn.
OUR charges far selling; Cotton on arrival are Fifty
Cents per Bale; for storing and svlling Seventy-Five
uects. au cotton lcsared nsleti otherwise instrnctca.
J. K. SMITH.. J. B.MEACIIAM... WIIITEriEIX.
SMITH, MEACIIAM & CO.,
"W Uolcsnlc Sro cfti'8,
T?Amrnijtiit f iAmnirotAn ITnvnliMntll
a. til naming tx, ViUiuiuidsiuu itivii.uaiiio,
f.lfoiiy 4r Hunt't Xea Building!,)
"So. IS Front Row, Memphis,
HAVE nowon hand a fine aasortrceat of Sagging and
Bepe of the beat brands, together with a complete I
ana wu seieciea siocx or me Tanoas articles oansuy
Eept ia onr htutneat to which we invite the attention of
Alternator the sale cf "rue's celebrated Magnolia
Tfalsty, " and Jeavs, Lloyd it Co.'s Southern Mans fac-
IHrW.Mlls. SM1TU, MACUAMit CU.
J. r. HILL .J. T. niTLIT.
HILL & EAYLEY,
IB if- -J- rk a n ILA tt B- o a
OVER D. n. TOWNSEND'S,
ME SIP HIS, TEO.
FOR'Seiling, 60 cents per bale. For Storing asd Sell
ing, 76 cents pr bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
Morea by us will ha covered by Insurance, unless ether-
0 Bagging. Bdpe and Plautatlsn Supplies furnished
to customers. sepio-aawhm
A. A. SMITntCICE
j. n. what..
a. yr. smith.
SMITHWICK, WRAY & CO
JAMES T. TATLOIl
COTTONFACTORSI lJSSXX. s
.Yo. 3 Hadiion-tt., bewteen Front Row and Mcin-it.,
Up Stairt, MEMPHIS, TEXN.
QTRICT attention given to Selling hd Storing Cotton
C and Produce conslcned to us.
O and Produce consigned to us.
N. B. Orders for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Sup
plies Sited with care and dj patch. Charges for Selling
nna storing lotion, fifty cents per bale. augZI-m
M. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Succettori to Poicell 4- Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sep!7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
S. WILDS VERNON,
J W. A. BltVAK,
I St. N. ERVAir,
D. C. WILLIAMS, t
Late of Panola, Miss. Late ef LaGrange, '.
BETM & CO.
aTlA'VwAH 1Hrin4 n ma h Scolnn na.I I
Cotton Factors, Commission and
N. 6 Front Row, ever Uleachnm A: Galbralth's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping asd
Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per bale.
All cotton sent to us will be covered j insurance.
unless olberwHe instructed. augxt
T. B. NORMENT,
Cotton IF act or
MOSBY & HTXNT'S HEW BLOCK.
Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row,
LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
IE. M. ArrERI0N....C. DELOACII... .DAVID ADAMS.
e. in. APFERSOIV & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
Ttr"-lTt Yrrtnp- Rrnrriic. JtP..
eSS"03 --"A J J 1
:V f!o Vm-t n. ,1 fi T(f,.cn Snt
iiu. uu riuui iiui, uiiu u gciicicvu uuiu,
t3" Particular attention paid to storing, selling and
lUppittg Cotton. aug3-aawbra
New Orleans, La.
i ttstiitiiiiiti a at. C S!fIDEli(
WALKER & SNIDER,
Cotton act or s
No. 123 Canal Street,
julyl8-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
C. H. IIORTON,
....R. C. I10RT0N,
Late of Monthalia, Miss.
Late norton it Hunter.
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
Ao. ZMaditon-St., oppotite J. B. Kirtland't Office,
TT7B will continue as heretofore, firing special atten-
tt ttri Trt lb flat ami KtnrA? nf rttATl. mt rtftv r.nt.
per bale, and to the selection and purchase ot any article
la market. Office removed from No. 3 Front Row to No.
3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank, ausso
M. OATES A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOBS, GBOCERS,
Produce and GcKsral Commission
avr as o jx. 3nt i si ,
: So. 3 Union Street, between Main and Front Row,
AFTER an active application to business, for over
, eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage of our friends lu the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of our ability to plesse such as may
confide their business to our charge. Our stock of Bag
Zing, Rope asd General Supplies will not be excelled In
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton or
ether Produce, In store, will only be effected upon actual
iBstructlsns, 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 f ace of bills lading.
To all our friends who have so liberally patronized m
during years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
Junl3-dawly BATES it WOOD.
WARD LAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
Dw 1.LET " .u Bagging, Rope. Twine. Sugar, OoObe, Mo
lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wins, Whisky, Vltegar, Gnano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock sow on hand, and for ssle at reasonable prices.
23-Cash advances made on Cot tops in store for sals or
shipment. All Cottons insured unless otherwise Instrnct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to us by water; alio, the risk of Fire while In
store, unless otherwise Instrncted. Our prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as we have chargtd for
years past fifty cents per bale. JnryM
. J. M. REID.
B. RED & BRO.,
NO. 33 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LL Cotton seat toonr address insured, unless lnilrnc-
II liens to iae contrary are rereived. PlaBtavoa
erdrs rMcjJ -aSfa ssrs. Stars and SeU Cottrn at fifty
oihs par Btae.
T r. AYDLETT J. C. DOUGHERTY,
A'ns Orleant, Mtmphix.
T. P. AlfDIaETT & CO.,
fiO. 69 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
NO. 23 FB0ST ROW, MEMPHIS,
WILL mike cash advances on all Cotton or other Pro
duce shipped to T. P. Aydlf tt & Co., New Orl'ins.
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
NO. FE0NT SOW.
CUDDY, BROWN & 00.,
36 01 MP STREET, NKW ORLEANS.
1ASn advances made en all Gotten or other Prolate
r. J. DAVIDSON...... J. B. ELLIS ..A. C BLAIB,
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
A'o. 519 Main Street, Eatt tiie between Jfenen and
Adcmt, Xemphlt, Tenn.
J. Ma PATRICK & CO.,
NO. 13 FRONT HUM, .iii.iur.ii.ia, n-n.i.,
WILL give strict attention 10 au isuuum u i.i
in this market, or shipment.
,drsiiiMii will be Insured against the dan
gers of Blver Navigation and Fire while in store, unless
otherwise Instructed. Orders for Bigglng, Rope and
Sapplies wUl meet our prompt attention
ancI3-lawm . j. i aiiv .
No. 5 Monroe Street, let. Front Row &LIain,
PARTICULAR atSutlon paid to sals and ihlpmaat of
Cotton and other Prednce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
inw.it mtrm nncea.
cY. Ij. 'Verser,
Cottra Factor &Co
Dp Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
. onirriso t. OBtrnsa.
J. C. GRIFFING & BRO.,
C O Mi 111 i S S I 0 11 ill e V C ll a II t S,
. . . , . . m
Main street, mempma, xuuu
WE win furnish supplies te our menus as nerevoiorc,
ml mxti advances oa shinments to our friends In
T. S. THEOBALD. .J. C. OBirriJ!O..E. S. THEOBALD.
Frankfort. Ky. Memphis, Tenn. rrantiori, t.y.
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
cotton .1: -n.c torRt
General Commission Merchants,
NO. 71 CAS1P STREET,
talyWrdawif HEW ORU.AMi. I.A.
RAnKIXOTON MASON L. C TunVELL
Holly Springs, Miss. "pij.
' , , , r : . -
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
i 0NSTANTLT on hand, Bagging, Rope ana rianuuon
KJ Supplies. majai-iy
I. L. BEAJLEV.
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Gouoral 3-1-o o o x ta ,
NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
i T.AHfJR Ktackof Rooe and BacEinr always on nana.
t c.h.ran rlftv cents oer bale, all other Produce at
usual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
rniltan. All Pioduco lnsurtd, unless otnerwise in
aTEBLINO rOWLEES SAMUEL C. MUCHT.
THOI. JEFTXRSON rOWLS.ES.
FOTVEIUGS, MOUNT & CO.,
. i .., -riTC OV
fHco Building, Jeffei
JfOSt U1UCO AlUliaiUK, uuuutsuu-ui.,
OTORE COTTON In Fire-Proof warehouse, insurance
f 25 ner cent, less than any house In the city.
S3- Cotton In store placed under insurance, unless in
structed to the contrary.
-- Cotton consigned to us on good steam, keel and
fiatboats covered by our Open lwlicy of Insurance, unless
otherwise expressed In face ot Bill Lading.
J3 Orders for Bagg.ng, Rope and Plantation Susplies
solicited from our pstrr.ua. i"i""
E. BASmELXi & CO.,
For the Sale, Storage and Shipment of
NO. 69 FRONT ROW, aiEJII'lIIS, TKSS.
Bale Rope, Groceries, Provls-
Scpplles, nuea carefully ana
promptly, at the lowest current rates. angl-wly
J. T. sTRATTON,
s. n. DUK3C0UB,
( W. B. D0N0H0.
STRATTOA", McDATITT & OO.,
GROCERS AND GENERAL
NO. 70 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL consignments Insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Agetts for GRISWOLD'S " celebrated COTTON
We eonllnna to Store and Sell Cotton at FIFTT CENTS
On hand, a large stock of Power-loom and India Bag
ging, Machine and Hand R'pe, together with a heavy stock
ot Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, i-hkli wc
will furnish to our customers at the lowest market prices,
an12w6m S., McD. it CO.
F. B. V.ILLIAMSON.
FRANSIOLI & WILLIAMSON,
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
ErenCh and German VaSeS,
SILVER, SILVER PLATED,
GERMAN SILVER & BRITANIA WARE,
FINE TABDE CUTLERY, &c., &c.
1SS Main Street, Memphis
A LSO, Looking Glasses,
Looking Glass Plates, Tea
XA. Trays, ranor Lamps,
Chandallers, Girondoles, etc,
0. B. SdOCJKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
63 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every description,
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and
Leasing Property, Ave
Storage and Consignments solicited.
Hiving engaged the services ot Mr. J. M. Caldwell,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, lata of Huntsville, Ala
bama, I am folly prepared to attend to consignments and
silts of every description. Liberal Cash Advances
made on Consignments.,
V3Storage and consignments solicited.
PTs. I am Agent for The Adams Eatpreii OcmffiThy.
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BT
Fashionable natter, 75 Front Row,
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT
oct!2-ly No. 75 Front Row.
C. C. MA YD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
- MEMPHIS, TENN.,
TTTHERE ein be found all description of GraTS Work,
V V which will be furnished as cheap as it can be got
In any market West. Also, Building Work done at i hart
It is to the interest of all personi wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead of purchas
ing from Agents, as the Manulactors have to add ths
twenty per cent, that ts paid Agents to the work sold by
them. Southerners, look to Jonr Interest.
dscj-daw6m o. C. MATDWELL.
Lias on House.
THE subscriber bavittopeaed the above men
tioned House, on tbe West aide of She! by street.
between Gayoso and Union, is Bow prepared to
receive all wbo may favor hint wita their pat
Ilis house Is attaated wo lenient to tbe steam
boat landing, and contlgnons te the basinets portion of
the city, and passengers wishing to take the Kai!road
can take the umnibnses from tbe door. Tbe Il..ae is
entirely new, and has been newly tarnished from top to
bottom. He solicits a share of the paMic patronage.
deel8-3m M. W. MASON.
Corner of Main and Adams street.
TIIIS House Is sitnated In the centre of baatness, sa
is now Onisbed and in complete order. The Proprietor
pledges himself it shall not be surpassed by any House ia
Being grateful for the very liberal petroaaae beatowet.
on him for ths last two years, be hopes by a street atten
tion u Duunt.s to merit a continuance or the same.
oc7-tf J. J. W0R6HAX, Proprietor
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON 5T3.
THIS establishment has Just undergone thorough re
pairs In every deuartanent. Booms sewlr paiaed
and papered : bedding tberoaably renovated : there is net
eves a mattress that is net new or equal to new; carpet,
mostly new, &c In one word the boese is now in de
cidedly better orfer than it has ever been since It was
built. Very grateful for tbe liberal patronage to the
House since I have occupied it, and having renewrd two
leases, one on tbe House, tbe other upon my age, I hope
to be able to live more attention than heretofore. 1 air
determined to mil. my guests comfortable.
r57-tf D. COCKR8LL, Proprietor
ON UNION STRRBT.
TrtK subscribers respectfully inform their old friends and
all the public, that they have opined a new Restau
rant on Union street, where they are prepared to furnish
tbe best brands that can be found in tbe market, served
in the best Parisian styles. Oysters, name, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds in fact, everything tutted
to the finest and most delicatf epicurean taste
Give us a call. We have six diSWent rooms for the ac
commodation of Private Parties. We will not be oatdoae
in any branch connected with our business.
jsnlS-tf DEMPERWOLF &. GITTkR,
m,n,TIIl? IVn T VI" ITT TlVltVI, TV
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under the Wot-
TTEEPS constantly on band a lartwaseortment of Sreea
JV and Dry Fruits, Fruits in their own Juice, Jellies,
Preserves. Sardines. Lobsters. Soaced and Ptekled Ors-
Jew. Pickles Cordials, Syrups, ane Wines, Brandies, all
kinds J uts, ice.
In connection with this eetab-
! cvlisbmeat I have fitted up an Oyster
VSil.n, and will receive FRESH
i fiv y
UlSTEKa oy every paciei.
3. P. BRICHBTTO.
By V. BACIGAIiTJPO,
Corner "Washiugton-St. and Frost Eow.
RECEIVBS FRESH SHELL
OYSTERS by every prcket, and is
,now ready to wait upon all wbo
will give him a call, in tbe very
O" Families supplied at all hours.
J3 Satisfaction given, or no sale. ctK-d3m
R E C M
Ry B. A. Vaccaro.
CTPs- r INK UQUOKS, jfZZ.
Z3 L trf"f of all brands; Ha
VoX S,"S9,vana Cigars, &c., J3&.
dlrectlrvm Custom "5771 -'.-
noose. New Orleans. Oysters. Refreshments, and all
other Luxuries, day and night. octl7-3m
p H HEINEICH & BRO.
297 MAIN STREET,
T7"EEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIN
JV and FANCY CANDIES. CAKES, Pruita, Preserves,
etc., wholesale and retail, we are also prepare d to f ur
nish parties at tbe shortest notice.
Blsil parura it urc o uvi itt, uviiw.
in connection wnn. tats we
oar LADIBA' and
KNTLEMEN8 OYSTER SA-
f rom 9 o'clock a . M., te 12
o'clock r. M.. and are reo-ivmg during the whole season.
FRESH OYSTERS by every tt-amtr. we solicit a share
of the public patronage. BovS-dSra
THE Proprietor would in
form the public that he has
opened for the season, and fitted up in the
best style, and is Bow prepares to acoaai-
modate the traveling public equal to any Restaurant la
the city. Having had considei able experience In catering
to tbe public, he hopes to receive a liberal patronsge.
Every attention paid to my patrons and the public
Wild Game, Oysters, Lobsters, Sardines, always or
hand; the best the market affords. Call at No. it) Jef
ferson street, North side, next door to Main street.
P. S. Meals at all hours. aaalS
A. 0. SMITH. ...B. T. OUTHBIE....OEO. 1. ROWLAND.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 564 Main Street, between Second and Third,
janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
J. IK. McFABDIIV & CO.,
(LATS TRIPLE TT, H'FADDIN it CO.,)
No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour,
Grain, &c, solicited aod promptly executed.
HARVEY R. B. HARVEY.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NBW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
win dc K'ven 10 in1" Mir or
tv Forwarding of Goods or
IjeVfrAtlnM. GfWsiCTlMl tn nrjr
t"y address. We will contract Freight on the
abovef.r re-shipment either tysall orsteam vessels,at
We have had several years' experience In our market
In ths TurchasiBC of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
REFER TO twos. t lO . J. U. UfUBDg & 13 ro , ppeeu
k Strange, Hannah it Shanks. dec!2-ly
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
vmrs ivn nnntf TJTVTTVf IMnrp
ii.ll 3 ikltif duuiv Ait1.iAi.1u a aii it)
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP ALL KINDS,
477 Main-Street, Louisville, Ry.
riTZOERALD...CHAS. C. BILL..J. W00DW0RTH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Succeuort to Park, Siapton $ Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Bealerg,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Ito. 02 Front Bow, Mempnis,
330,000 W 0 3r. -C EC
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
At Manufacturer's Prices.
AMONG which may be found
Wm Crompton's celebrated brands, Lynchburg
iiea-eraon ana uoicomoe oranas,
Dr. James Saunders " Harry of the West, ic. "
C. Ford's Anna Rice, fxc, "
lt.j. tvaae's uranos, "
Jas. Thomas, Jr 's Creieect City Paragon, Richmsed;
Cosby it Wlnfree's Star of Rlchm'd Pride of Va. "
A. Dill's Fis, Msyflower, itc. "
ColemsnWortham's"C. W. Iris," "
nardtrove's " Indtspenssble, Itc, "
0 M. Cosby, (C. M. Cosby brand) DinvIDe;
Withers it Ayres Toung Aaertea, "
W. T. Southerllns' brand, "
It. P.-Richardson ' Old Caswell, " Beedvllle, N. C.
With a great variety ot common brands too numerous
to mention, all of which will be sold at INVOICE PRI
CES, to close con.ignments.
Every article -warranted frsth and genuine, and direct
f rota the factory.
J. B. SHARPE, Wholesale Tobacco Factor,
dec5-lwdaw3m No. 25 Madlion street.
THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory on
Second street, between Washtecton and Adams
streets, where they are prepared ta Matrafaeture anrl Re
pair Carriages at the shortest notice. AH .work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share ot pabllc patronsge
Ja-3-ly L. S. BURR & CO.
Ijlaulatioit upjffiWo 5k.
(Succrtto- to Willianton 4" Hancock,)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars &c.
19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Eeceived thi3 Day,
n A BBLS Mess Pot ;
CO kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
36 taerees Sagar-Oarad Basa;
aasw aaot, aasenes sues ;
AH ot whsca we win art! oheap for easa at No.
Fran Raw, Memphis.
JM S. B. WILLIAMSON
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
Wholesale aad Retail Dealers ha
I FIBCBS Baggier, baad asd pawer-looai
jsraDaa; use evils sope, best hraads;
60 hhds. best Brown Sugar;
"GOO sacks Coffee ; 69 bbds Baooa ;
109 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra niWr;
600 bbts beat brand Bostoa Naihs;
109 bbls. aad half bkts Mackerel;
60 kits Mackerel No. 1 i
69 bbla. Hashed Sugar ; 3fi Vexes beet Loaf Sagar
lantMiaui, au Dots. Motssoes ; 60 hast bets dsj
100 beat brand Floar;
100 bbls. best IHxter aad Dean Whisky;
109 reams Wrapping Paver:
And a general assortment of prtstte Braadiss and Wines:
also, Teas, Pepper, Spice. Gtaaer, Soda, Shot, Lead, aad
aU articles kept in our liac ef hasiaosa. which we will
senoa the very best terms to ear aasismirs and the
TTTR have just received this dav. aad oaer for salt. low.
V V 10,900 yards Kentucky Jeans and Lindsey, for Ne-
ro uwmiRg. or t arsons colors aad prices;
Seedoaen Ola Brandy, bottsHi ia 1S47;
150 boxes and half boxes Star Caadles.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
"t1f- No. 19 Mars street.
rp HE saaecribers keep oa baad the foDawtstg ariMes,
X watch they warraat to b of Srst qaattty, and for
Wheat Fana and Threshers ;
E. Carver it Co.'s Improved Cetiea 6as ;
Wasjons, Northern andSaathera maaaf aetsre;
Baeon, bog-roaad ;
Floar, Salt, Whisky aad Tabaeee ;
Sugar, CoSee, Teas aad Meiasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot aad Lead ;
Brandies aad Wines, saperter artiete ;
Ltsae, Oeseeat and Plaster Parts :
Together wtth a general aseertmoat ot ail artistes hb-
siiy kept in a ureeery store.
SWTNNE & GIBSON,
Jalvi Nos. 1 aad a Exchange Batldta:.
Mrs. Susan Isanti
TT'OULD announce to tbe ladies ot Memphis aad the
t r adjoining country, that she is preparut Ui
Cut and Make Dresses
after tbe new invented style, aad at the shortest notice.
She Is prepared with Models and Bouk Instruction
to CUT DRESSES, aod all kinds of Ladies' wearing atwa-
rai. arser me newiy inTenira. ratwrns of MKS. J. C
GEORGE, of Buffalo, New Tork.
Mrs. Susan Land professes to teach or impart tfce art
of uniting to any person in a few hours, so that they cab
measure themselves or others, and make beautiful tits.
Her residence is on the corner ef Main and Untoa streets,
up siaire, in ine tutro-siory. sepxr-em
EMP OBrlTJM OP PASHION,
And Ladies' General Furnishing Cloak
ana iiiantiiia EstaDiishnitnt,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TJENN.
WE are now receiving and opening one of
Die largest and most magnificent stocks of.
French Millinery and Fancy Dry &od, 1
ever btonght to this oity. Also, a very select assort
ment of Kicn Dress -Outls, entirely sew, bills, Cash-m-'res,
Marrnoi, DeLaiaes, aad a large variety ot all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aarticalar attention ts our Millinery Depart
ment, consisting of Chenille, Moss and I'ncat Velvet,
Satin. Suk, Grecian, italiaa and English Bonnets; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5,900
worth ot fine rrench embroideries. Real Thread, Maltese
ana brim pure Laces ; au styles ot
Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head
Dresses, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Oertets, Kid Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings af all desA3lpUoa far Cloaks and Dress
es, &c, te.
. h. Bmorouiertng and stamping done, Cloaks ant
Dresses made to order in a few boars at cheapest prices.
Ladles, please call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
ectl Si. STII.LMAN it CO.
WiBUEBTT tfcs rM f Vmm .V
the ed stand, nith a good snpair ofPrait
lru, consistisg of
Also. Rsaberry, Strawberry aad Grape Vines, ia va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bolbens Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, aceompaBied with draft or order
on a retp-ctaWe nterchaBt at Memphis, win be panetaally
attended to and all ptaats saaraattedio order aad de
livered any pat t of tbe city, free of charge.
Narsery oa Main street, Soeth Memphis.
oetli-dota Receiver of Mxoeey it Green.
TO HORTICULfURlSTS AND PLANTERS.
I would respectfally remind the ettizens
of Memphis and sarrtandlae coaatry that
the seasoa for traaantsmtag Fratt and Or
namental lrees B fast appruscbiSK. Great
additions have been made in every deaart-
meui. mure particularly amorg Fruits. A atara select
and varied collection bss never been eferd for sale ts
tbe Sonthwest, csiitijt in part of over oae handred
Catawba, Isabella, Obio, Scappernong. OalMerBla. etc.
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; English Walnuts aad Filberts, Texas
PecaBi, Caesnnts,etc, etc.
Greefi-boase plaat, Bulbous Flower Roots, (imported.)
Evergreen of every deeirable variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a 'ditkm 10 tbe above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Balbs, of all kinds. In consequence of having to
move most of ray stock on baad, I will sell it very low.
Purchasers may rely oa everything being what it Is
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, bv applying at the Garden aad Nursery, near the
Ri II road ltehet, or addressing
oclI-dm S. XCWHEATON.
P. S. Daring my absence from the rtty, all orders wilt
meet with prompt attention if left at tbe store of J.
WHdberger. S. M. W.
ETCH AVA RIVE & J3RO.,
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the
Horn Lake Road, hare on hand a fine as-
sortsient ot SHRUBBRRT. in every tie-Kj
partraent, con sis ting in part of .
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, Tcctarincs, &c
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va
rieties, wtth a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from s distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be pnnc
taally attended to, aad all Plants guarantied to ordsr
and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens in town
or country, at the shortest notice.
ctl7-lm KTCHAVARNE it BRO.
For Sale Low to the Trade.
E fl A KKGS nails.
O U U 366 pieces best Power and Hand Loom Bagging:
203 c lis Machine Rope;
60 coils Manilla Rope ;
100 pounds Twine.
DOUCITERTT it ATDLETT,
bovJ 23 Fruit Row.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS.
PROPOSALS will be rr cetved at the Engineer's Office of
tbe Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, until February
10th, 1SS7, for the Grading, Masonry and Bridging of said
Railroad, from Spring nill to opposite the town of Colum
bia, about thirteen miles.
The above work comprises some heavy rocic cutting;
about six thousand perches ot Bridge Masonry, and six
teen hundred feet of Bridling.
Plans, Profiles and Specifications may be tees at any
time, and any further Information obtained by addressing
J. H. Dkteebdx, Division Engineer, at Columbia, Tenn.
A. ANDERSON, Enftoesr.
NuhTllle, Dc. 15, 18focE3-tartifvbS
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
OPEN TO CORINTH.
fS aad atter Aop. 16,1856, THROUGH MAILTRA1N
vy wm seave xrmpnu, uailt, at 7:00 a. at , arrlvug
as uanauB as iz jo r. it.; at aomervuie at lOruu a. m.
Wewrasag Leaves Ceriath at 1 r. M.; SoBrvUle.3
p.x. Arrives atMempbss at 7.00 r. at.
ZtUs Trata connects at Oorlath with a doable Baity
Line at first class Post Coaches to the terasiaus ot the
Eastern Prvtsiea of tbe Meraphts aad Chartealea Rail
road. Ihsare by Railway d&ect, aad lanaaeHeni ease
with alt EastetBeHiM.
StaJhmK reduced to err y miln, aad trsek-lajisg prc-
7HR0B?K TrOXETS MM to tbe fenawlsz Potets :
Tkts Trata aiee neaasets wtth the Mlsslsstnat Central
iuittaaa u Hour sprtago, Oxford, Grenada, castae,
Jacksea, olc, lit.
Ah ataatcts at Grand Jaaetlea Statiea wMh Tsaaes.
seoOsntral Rattraad to Bolivar, Jackson, Hanttagdea
and other ptaees.
Alsooaanscta at Pocahontas with Tri-Weekir Lis of
Coaches to Riphry, Paatotoc, AberdeeB and Csdashas,
1UKOUGII TO NASHVILLE IN 34 HOURS,
Via the Memphis and Char letoa. Naahvine aad Cbatta-
aooca Railroaits oaly -SiO miles af Staftag, agaiast
JLBO y any other route.
The ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN rant OaRr lex
cent Sandays) betweea Meaaphis aad the JaBctisa with
the MiMtssippl Central Railroad:
Leaves Junction 7.00 a. It. ; arrivos at Memphts 11:00
Leaves Mssphts 2:0 r. II. ; arrives at the Jssetlea
6:00 p. jr.
Freight Trains Verve Meaaphis for Pscaheadax DAILY
at 7 a. at. Doers dose at 4 r. at.
Through Tickets only, en the above Rswtw. ean beob-
tained at the Commercial Hotel, as weU as iBforauBss
coanected with the Road.
Passengers are reaaested to parehase Tickets before ea-
tenag the cars, ism save payrseal of extra fare.
Baggage checked to all staUons ob the Railroad, and
Bo Baaaage will be received withoat bsteg checked.
Each passenger wm bo allowed seventy-lve poands ot
baggage by Railroad, aad sixty pounds by Stage; bat im
article will be tarried as baggage that ia not tactdeat te
the person of the passenger. Is case of loss the Com
pany will hold themselves trrBsible for aa amount not
Negroes, whea traveUBg alone, masthave a permit, Ba
meat; tbe point to which they are to ga, and ttwcifywc
that they are to travel by raUnad. or they will not be
ept Snpertnteadest of TransportattOB.
For Baltimore, Yfashinston, New
York, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Line for the East!
Baltimore ami OJ&lo
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (37
miles,) aud to Washington, (MM miles.) and presents
tbe fullest advantages both as a freight and passenga
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
Alieghenies; and being solidly constructed, es-tpteteiy
equipped and carefully managed, is one of the most at
tractive and safest Railroads in the united States. The
Central Oh to Railroad, from Gu Iambus and ZanesviBe to
Wheeling, unites this road with lU portions of the West
The onlv Thcotjok Tickets from Mem.his.
lo trisviLLE ana t. louis to iae .national me
tropolis, are sold by this road, which ran direct ts
Washington withoat the delay of passing thro-gh Haiti
It is also the only tine by which baggage can be
cec to w asningtoa rrom the uto river.
CT-Bj tbe mail ROUTE from Memphis, take ths matt
steamers, running aaliy for Loal.nue. connecting there
with matt steamers or jeaersoavtue Kailread for Ciscin
nati, whera they arrive so as ta connect with the cars of
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, coaBcct--g there
ville, to Wheeling. By the express train ef this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore, and to Washington
Is less than 27 hoars.
S3- Be sure to ask far tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Pssesgers from Memphis Being East throaoh St
Louts, can bay ThroaKh Tickets by the BalUmere and (Hue
Railroad. This route lays tnrough Vicenes, Terra Haate.
Indianapolis, etc.. to Wheeling, over the new Ohio and
-Usstssippt ana eo-naecting Roads. These eonaoctieas
are all direct, aad the time from St. Loots to Baltiniore
or Washington is bat about 43 hours. Throagh Tickets
by this route may be had of tbe Agent, under the Plaa-
let's Jioase, at iae fouawtng rales ; i rom St. Louis h.
Baltimore 9S to W-Shiagtoa SX8.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior cars ot
tbe SaatiBwre and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times
amy ror Baltimore, Washington, PhadetphU and New
Tork. Through in let or 17 hoars, unlading stoppages.
ror saiety, speea, rvgaianty, eeiatr of ihe coaatry. and
general comfort, this road is second to Bone in the Uatoa.
KfiitsuT-. Tnis compear possesses the larcest
equipment of any Jtauroaa in tbe united States, and is
prepared to do aa taunease basiaess in transport! 1.0a-
The road makes i-uaeauate coaection at the wharves and
ia the stre.ts ot Baltimore w)th the Railroad to FhMndei-
phia aad Aew tote, .teamersef Jlricsson aad Balti
More Steamship Liars, by Canal and Sea t New
Tork, aad by new Merchants' and Miners' Line to Boston,
steamen ta Norfolk, Charleston, Savaniuh, itc. for
particalnn, see freight tariff, copies of which mar be had
of the rorwraing nouses ia the west, or of J. B. PoKD,
Aovivt- aa rww.ns . & . n jmuo.
WM. S. WOODSrDE,
Master of. Tra-sporution, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLKTTE.
JBS-Iy Agent, 61 Front Row, Memphis.
ESPECIALLT FACILITATING TRAVEL OONP
To the North and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
From Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Hovri,
Without Break of Uuage or Change of Cart or
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New
Tork, forty-Bine hours. Fare as low, and eorafort great
er, than by any other rente. Passsagers through are
NOT sabjeeted to the delays ceaieqaent to tbe f Honest
changes by short lines ot Railroads through Indiana asd
Ofate, to the East aad North.
Also, connecting at Chacege wtth Michigan Sou the ru
Tralns, for CVeveiaBd, Daaktik, and the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers for Racine, MUwaakee,
Sheboygan. and with a splendid Line ef First Class
Steamers for Saatt Ste Marie, Lake Seperior, Coilbig
wood, Toronto, c
"rains leave Cairo Every Moralae and Erenisz as fol-
6.-06 A. M-, Chicago aad Dunleith Express. Sandara
This Traia connects at Chicago with New Tork Light
ning Bxpress, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New Tork Central R a Breads, throagk hi thiriy-oae hears.
This Train also connects at S-Bdoval with Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Loots and Vtncennes; at
Paaa, with Trains ef the Terra Haate, Alton aad St.
Louis Railroad, tor Indianapolis, Louisville aad CinciB
natt; at Decatur, wtth Main Line Express for Galena,
DsBteilh ; the Utter connecting with Trains to Spring
field, Naples, Rook Island. BarllBgtea and Qaiacy. I
6:10 p. sr.. New Tork Bxpress, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only t Important Stations, except oa Signal,
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur to
Daniel th, and arriving at Chicago at 2 p. it.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will find at Dan
leith, ateansers ot the Danlelth and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on tbe arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paal, tie. Passengers
for Janesville, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at Freeport with Trains to Beieit and JanesviBe, and
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wls
conila. The Maps and Charts Indicating the Great Central
Route to the North and East are aa exact . transcript ot
Cotton's Map of the United States, and passengers- are
requested to examine this route as well as the runiag
time cards of the connecting Roads, and jodge for them
selves as to the correct-ess of the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means ot
coram ankatkm between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, aSbrds to the pleasure traveler,
a well as the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North and, East, which surpass these ot
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
eling public, the permanency ot the road and structure,
the strength and elegance of tbe Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves to those who desire In traveling yrrf,
comfort and laftty.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege
ot laying over at aay point, can bo bad at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal RaSread Offices on the line.
A. T. LAVALLKTTE, Agent,
Jnnt-ly Memphis. Tenn.
LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
J. A. HIAIVNINe,
LEATENTFORTH CITY, R. T.
THE subscriber begs leave to ofifer his services to the
public as Lar Agent, Surveyor, DraftamiB, and
Dealer in Land Warrants
He will attend promptly to buying and felling Real
Estate, collectlBg debts, paying taxes, buying. seiHag and
locating Land Warrints, and to all business pertalalng
to a General La-dAge-cr.
Bei-ebences. Co". K. C. McCarty, Col. J. J. Clirk
son and J. D. Hendenon. leaven worth City; J. C.
Dougherty and R. B. nawley, Memphis, Tenn.; J. X.
GenaeUy, Hernande, Miss. ovl9-w3m
Scotch and Irish Whisky,
rST received, by ' H. H. POTTER,
declS Maln-at., 3d door North Worshim House.
Extension Dininrr Tables.
ft TAHOGANT, Oik and Wilout Extension Tab'es.
1VA from ten to fourteen feet long, Just received and for
sate low oy
novfs JtcKlNNET & 00,
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Opori to Como.
ON and latter Monday, January 13th. 1867, THROUGH
MAIL TRAIN will leave Memphis cLuly (Sondes
excepts ) at 7.30 A. K., arriving at Cocao at 0:et a. X.
5'!I'.n?,.1?T,':oLBO " 10:30 A- w .a-damsos at
Memphis at I r. M.
Tls iTraia tuuMi at Como with J. P. McklccaaeVr &.
Oa.'. daily line ot First Class Post Seeches for Panola
aadGrenada SiagiBC redacd to fis miles betweea 5i-
pbU and Grenada through in 16 boars. The trat-lm
public aay rely oa this beta; a shorter and cheaper re-t-
to G.eaada, Canto., Jack and TUrg ,,
The FREIGHT TRAIN win -ke dairy trtoa, rSuadart
exempted,) from aad after Moaday, the lth jlaaarV
tafoaao. It wm be e.pted that eoostgne., wuHav.
arraaaemcnts made la rseeive tMr ,. "
lH'.,li cmT have only temporary arrnase
sthle for the lose or dtsas. to the saate at that HatSnT
-JTt" a rST" 10 V1 before
eatertac the cars, and save aayaMat ef extra fare.
u.jj- coec-eo to Ml atatiuaa oa the Hiirad. md n
baggeaewtB ho isestveal withoat tJZTZZZZSr -.?
aasoeanrwmhs aUowe-HOauaadsof bssssiaavlau.
roai. aapmtnd. by ae. bat aa artiSi TcT.
J. f Ce-rpaey win bold themtslves t
siweislble isr an asaoaat not exeeediaf $M
-Neroes, when trT.ha v
" ravet by saad. or tv
E- M. PATRICK,
Prom Memphis to Jackson, 93 SO
troai Mcaphis to Nashrllle. sio m
Tia Jacltson, TayHesboro ana
V and Ohio Railroad, and at TbTmo. .v
nessee aad Alabama .! i..??! wlUl Tea-
to Middle Tennessee, trare. Ir. 7'?
Pa. or exptna. win be spared Zr" lTtL
Oa.'. Mn. of fW ZZZZCZXT'
NORWOOD X. FORTTNB.
Fare to Grenaila S" it.
nel-ding Ommbm Ticket to HoIIj Spring
The Cheapest and Quiokest Route
iicbween jiempais and fireaada
uho prrnnt ti ta the wublte ,.
Memphis and Charlesm,. .v
Mississippi Central Raiirnc
FOR ttskets or lnformatioa, apply to
snvl i A a diko . - . rr
" ' ' Agento. roKBterclAl Hot,,.
MXN-CJS PIES !
TTIRBSHaud hot viv-w !.... . .
M ' "'"".renniM e,TT dav
cle -"" "otice, with a
Parties fnrni.l ..w ,..v. . . .
tyle. Git hum a call. tjscht3 aai
M cases BlaekbetT Braady ;
M ; Fare Jaioe Port wuis;
' -started Cotus.
Mant-K.r orth ,fw?-J
JP latins Jt
A SCFBRlOR asortnwnt of Pianos iim
last received by SM Meiodeons,
H. M. GROSTBNOR.
Carpets & Curtains
Carpets. Ruas. I:rl7r.7c--7J7I: t?rlor Common
:. ' . .
. H. M. GROSTgNOr-
PROF. P. R1V1NAC wldrec-vi,!
r citisens of Memphis and i77?? to 419
u-tructioa on the ft-ao aad Gnitar s x9
that he wtu Tub. aad Rep.ir ftaios v,i.T' J!J L 8
ure wtefaetion wUl f7ve' toOB' CU z-
Ber. J. .R-gers. sa gZ mMd-
TtV..SSii-t, Mr P nr
VI.NACto thecitiiene of Memphis. oii!r, , .
my fnead., one at the Br.T--. V l'.irr
aoaeyoa will patreaiae htaa i, U-Ia-
gives entire . rTI.r,T. " " " basmess. aaho
gives entire satufactioa
3 Baqnlrer copy.
ITHIS day lost ia Mahis ad . r .
iat .Li . .,T " 1 belier. en W.h-t-gtoa
street, a sanall Kmra-b: rJ?, .
ArkaBtas Swausp Laaa Seria
. . a . " .-.. Me.tiniin
- iiir, tejaa, aad ni. . .
This U to notify th fwTthavU . J ' I
aU person, notice not to paraba. f 19
2th win he give, by b h
- Jilt .
Jaatst aad Wttam Re-aers,')
Maabeth Racers, et al l1" R5?S ,ae
CaUea Mam. de I Prtr Wvition.
BT virtue of a Decree the . ,.
CoOBtr. made in tr.7 'SbWy
Term, 1967, of Mid Const. I mltt amr' at JSJL '""
TTTBSDAT, Pebrary isxlt. "
The Tract of Land
belongiae lo tbe estate ef Callea u ,. .v . .
miles eatt ot Raleigh, oTtri Gr-TTT ' M 8
number, bel.nging to the sa!tV ' ""n m
TERMS The Lao will br sold mhiert l ,v , .
Jower, for one-thi- a.. JTk.' ' lcw s
urn at creoptc of am r -. i
jiBIWWM JOHVP TB r . we-
v-r 1 Kft-TMi.
Clerk's Sale of land.
Wm.JRogers aad wife, Mary")
al , heirs at Hilaad Biaad, I la Coanty Coert of Shi-
Petttioa ex-parte to sell Lsad I la7-
ror parintoa. i
Rogers, deceased, aa Ti!-!Lr!--M?,T. c?lleI
TUESDAY, Pury lOthTlTT " un,w ro
A Tract of Land.
SibSl,, V?''5i0m tb. heirs of Hiland
Biaad, deeeatHl, situated ia Raage 5 t .
Wolf river, ia tbe county of ShelVr U ' Bcrta of
Terms Half cash and half on ,... .
the parch. r giving bona I-d surtty d ,?vT!,Vr
rained on the land until fiTl P-ymenl. UeablnS
JOHNP. TRBZEVANT Herk.
Tatum's Patent OH-Groond
From the latest namber of the Photographic and Fins
Art Journal 1
I.? '"ste'-T of Art tn the prodactknot Por
1 traits ot the highest order, no siiigio imnrcVement
!"" ""M"K s mis new process. A3 that
.n.d,.",7! b,,cience ln ,be ot th- camera,
aad the light of tho sun, so weasterfaR. suectssf ul m ih
Daguerrsotype. Ambrotype and Ph.lograBb, have hee
appropriated by this new process to large pic-.uret on tho
most perfect and durable of all grounds to T e,ve the
plastic touch and exquisite tint of the artist's bru-t
Real oil psintiags , oa gronnds Bpoa canvas, scch as
has alwa.s been regarded by the masters of art is the
best receptacle for colors ia oil, are bow readily produced
W??',,.,?",th.0 " "rreotype m del, UonT
and of living, breathing, blooming aatare in color, ton,
v"?8!?0' ,r??te BtinUtare Bp to that ot hf sise,
with a facility and durabsUty that 1s astoaaluig even ui
ina age steam, electricity aad intellectual progress.
Portraits the slie of life miv be seeaml from ..i
g-erreetypes of persons deceased, with is much truth and
accuracy as from tbe living subject
Sittings from tbe llvlug suWeet are almost entirely dis
pensed with, aod the finished portrait delivered na one or
two days from tbe order.
The durability of these oil iad nh.A. i. i-
sared for a hundred years, if desired, as there is r o chem
ical or f -reign matter ased or u..t , .n.
wise afieot the permsaatey or durability of the pi.-nre.
n: tiepua moK k aams as has seen most approved
aad that ordinarily need by artists ba portraiture and
landscape; the vehicles asd pants are also toe same
Mr T-tam, tbe patentee, with a ssiad well stored wt'h
scientific train, asd possessiBg an enviable sk in the
higher walks of art, has thus, in his last achievement,
and the liberal terms aSered his fetlow artists in prosecu
tisg his new process, not only reflected credit npon hi
native country In the great race of human progress, but
dose great honor to his own head, band and heart, and
doabtless will receive from an oblige propie the reward
due bis arduous toll and brOltint achievement,
PARR fc VEPLOW,
ARE the only Artists in the city who make this new and
beautiful style ot Portraits. They have tbe exclusive
right f or the aty, and all other Portraits made upon can
vass by the Photographic process are bat Battalions of
th. original TATUM process.
Many Magtlfal tpwamins ot the arbwes of Memphis
are oa exhibition at the STAR. SALLBRT, where aR are
tevtted to raN and se for ihemseives Ian7 lm
Choice Irish Potatoes.
1 CI A SACKS for sale by
1 & J B. MERRILL,
odd- N. S Menroe strt.
R ' iv "Xi.. . 7 v4I3w.rSSS -
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