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BY M'CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1857.
VOL. VII.---NO. 277.
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MeCLAXAHAN. BUTTOX & CO.
R. S. PARKAM,
LAWTBS, Memphis. Omceon Main street, epfMsite
Clark's Varhto Block, np stairs, above Johnon's
drag store. Jan39-dw2w
J. S. 1THITE, M.
LATE of Hardeman county, having removed to item
parts, oSers his professional services to the citizms.
03n Ooart Square, en door west of Wallace'a A ac
tios Boase. Resrdesce oo Pontotoc street, sonth aide,
between St Patrick and St- liar tic. )aa98 tf
R. F. L.OOXEY.
A rT08.NET AT LAW. Office vtr C. W. Cherry &
J Qa.'s. Jan6-tf
JL. O. RIVES.
ATTORNS T AKD COCNSaiLOR AT LAW, STtmphls,
Teas. OSes in the Post Oaee BaMdmg.
AH basameeseBtrBsted to his earewui receive promnt
and fasthfat atteatioc. CiUeetions protnptly made In the
surrounding eoaataea of Weat Tennessee, XisMsaippl and
J. A. AXOERS02V.
ATTOKNET AT LAW, ItemphU, Term. Once In
. Walker's BaildtBC, ever UaneSdd's Drag Store,
UiW street. JanlO-ly
BEAJAMI.V HOIVCOTT, Dcnti&t.
HATING nrenared myself well to practice
Dentistry in Memphis I respectf ally solioit
ae patronaoe of au who may need my ser-
' vices In tbe Dental line, and bind myself to
perform all operations oa the Teeth, aad insert ArtlSdal
Teeth in the most approved style as well as it can be
aeae ia this or any ether country.
OsSee on Main street, opposite Worse am Eoase.
S. W. ACREE H. M. ACREE.
G. W. & II. M. ACREE,
DENTISTS, oaee Union Block, Ceart
street, between Hals and Front Row,
All Venial operations performed wttn
the least pes sable pa. i. Diseases of the' Alveolar Process
and Gams treated In ite meat skin fill wanner. Fall or
partial Sets of Teeth e on Gotta Perchaor Gobi, with
the latest improvements, .nd guarantied.
B. C- BROWN,
ATTORKET AT IAW, Marion, Ark., practices In
. riiiirtrr Crittenden, Mississippi, Green, Randolph,
Lawreaoa, IsrfepettdeAoe, Jackson, Poinsett, St. rranois
and Matiro Ooaaties, in Arkansas. oot7-d6n
DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, Sr., has retarned to his eM
homestead near Memphis, aad reopened tie iBfirm
sry, and will remain permtaenUy. Be treats the follow,
ag Oneeaic Biseases : Cancers, Serofrala, Whi e Swelling.
Tomars snd W bs, wltheBtSaraleal operation. lie also
treats all CbtobK Female diseases, Sores af VsagstaBding,
Tetter, RhaasaaUam, Syphilis, aad all forms of .MeromUI
Br. G. deems It nanecetFary to say more, as he has liv
ng wttnesses af bis saocsss from Mains to Oreson.
....ED. A. eeecher.
ATT0RKET8 AT LAW, Meaphia,
. No 21 Jeftrson street.
SMITH P. RAXKKEAD,
ATTORN KT AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. OOce In tbe
Bost Office Block, ever Aydlett & Co., third story.
JOHN A. NOOE,
ATTORKET AT LAW. OOce la the rest Office Bs8d
. lag, Memphis, Tenn. nor21-tf
Br. R. L.. EASB.I,
LATE StaffFhysicUn aad Di-ector of several Hospitals
in Germany, mimber of di3rent Medical Societies
m New Terk bas leAVd in the city of Memphis, and of
fers his services to toe peMic at Physician, Aoceacher,
aad for all operations in Surgery.
X3T Office ea Washington street, between Main and
Sensed. - oct30
R. Y. R1CHARDS0K..W. W. TVHE ATLET. .M. A HIS01.
Richardson, Wlteatley &. Higgs,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW OOce on the corner of Second
aad Ooart streets, Memphis, Tenn. ocll-lr
DR. THOS. KELLER,
LATE t Twcnmbia .Alabama, has located permanent
ly in Meapc!-:, od oSers his services to the public
t an the branches of his profession Be has taken the
face heretofore eeenpied by Dr. Bryan, comer of Shelby
and Moa streets. Having recently made a carers! and
geseral select km ot Surgical Instruments, he Is prepared
ror an the operations ot Surgery. Residence on Shelby
street, between H-Iing and T relevant streets.
HASKELL & SEARCY,
ATTORKET AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Wm. T.
. IlaakeH aad Robert Searcy bava associated them
feivts together in the practice of Law. Office. In the
Walker Stack. Bov26-dim
ATTORKET AT LAW, Cevisgtsn, Teas. AH tcalnti n
. eatmsted to bis cars witt recatre prompt attentlcs.
ATTORKET AT LAW, Memphis, Teen., wlH practice
. in an she Conrta of Memphis and the Western Dis
trict of Tennessee.
X3 OSee soath of Cenrt Square, adjoialng that ot tbe
Chancery Ooart Clerk. raarlS-ly
EGBERT H. OSBORNE
TJTILL practice Law In the Courts of Hardeman, Fay.
W ette, Tipton and Shelby, also In McKairy and Har
dir cocntKs, and In the Supreme Cori at Jackson. All
bnslness eatraided to him Ttk roceive prompt and faith
fat attesUoa. Hi- 3fnce is in the Chancery Clerk's office,
Bdivar, S.raeman county. Ton;. nov22
JOHN P. FARRELLY,
ATTORKET AKD CO0NSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
. Tees. Office corner of Main and Jefferson streets,
over Lehman &. Co.'s.
Refer to Hons. Henry Plrtle, W. V. Bollock and Messrs.
A. L. SbetwU &l Son, Louisville, Kr.; lion. James Fryor,
CarrosKan, Ey.J McGregor, ADoway & Co., and Moses
Greenwood, Kew Orleans; E. M. Appersen h. Co., Mem
Q. C. GRASTY,
A TTORNET A7 LAW, and Cemmisateaer for the
J. States of Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi and Ten
nessee, LOUISVILLE, S.T., wui promptly auena to bus
iness aatrutted te his care, and eaforce the cellectlan of
cUhns m this aad the adjoining Slates.
RErEHEKeES Hon. Jacob Thompson, Oxford, Miss.;
Hen. J. 3. McRae, Governor ef Mississippi, Jackson;
Hob. H. S. Beamett, Washington City; Cel. B. F. DIB,
Memphis. Teen.; Beat & Daval, Tucker. Brannan & Co-
Bankers, Geo. Rlanchsrd, Hughes & Hutchinson, Louls-
E3rOacs, "Martie Hall BulMinrs," Fifth street,
etwrta Marktt and Jefferson, Jnn22
A. J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
G M O C F M & ,
AND DEALERS 1! ALL KINDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner of Main and Union Stt.,
HATE always on band a well and carefully selected
stock of articles in their Use, which they will sell at
tbe aawest carrest prices.
J3- Orders promptly ailed with dispatch.
AXD DEALER IS
VTatclies, Clocks, ami Jewelry,
CORNER OF JtAIX AXD ADAMS-ST3-,
TAKES this method of lnformine hia friend.
and tha imblic eenerally, that he has mored from
hiioMitand to the corner of Main and Adams
streets, where he will take pleasure In exhibitinx
a new and choice lot of JEWELRY, to those who mar
favor him with a call, and will be pleased to execute all
rdera for repair In his Hoe. He hop's, by honesty, In
tegrity, and bis eaferts to please, to" rain the confidence
and liberal patronage of all who may Snd It convenient to
Tislt his establishment.
JT? An orders for repairing In CTery branch of my bnj
etnesa promptly ioiii. antii-iy
J. B. SHAEPE,
Xe. 35 Sla&tea-tt., letieeea Front Row out lloin.
TTTOCXD respect folly Inform the merchants of ifcra-
V V phis and snrronn'ing conn try, that he bas jast re-
tnmed f rora the cttlos of VirgiBia, wnerene estannsnea
a nermanesit Asency for the sale of all grades of Tirg'n
ia Tobacco, and intends to keep constantly on hand a
stock equal to the demand, at manfactnrer' prices.
Beiae fallT able to compete with the New York, Balti
more. Cincinnati and Xw Orleans markets, he Invites
the attention of all dealers In the above article to his
stock before purchasing eUewbere.
oc2l'diiw-tf J. B. SHARPE
A. r. M'CAKE....
.r. i. vriLLiAiis.
McCANE & WILLIAMS,
(Sncceasors to Wheat 1c Taylor,)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Davall's Bluffs, Arkansas,
Af the craning of the Memphit end Utile Reck Rail
road on White River.
THET keep renstaatly on hand Surer, Coffee, Salt,
Ftear. Molasses, aad all other articles asaaUy kept
In a Grocery, which they will sll low for cash or ex
change for Hides, rurs and Peltries, or any other ariKaes
broasmt te the market.
3" Goods destined for Little Rock or the adjacent
eotnUes, shipped to Davall's BluS's, will be forwarded
Immediately, aa there are always wsgans and trams In
readinees to haul to any point.
We are now receiving and opening our
Fall and Winter
CONSISTING uf every variety of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods aeually kept In this market. Superfine Black
aBd Btae Cloths, Caesimeres, Doeektea, Cloaks, Mantillas,
Moire Aatiau , Velvet Shawls, te lateet style; Ladles'
Dress Goods, ot a superior ouallty ; Crape Shawls, a
large lot of Blankets. Kesrro Cloth, Brocans, Ready -Made
Ctftttains;, Boots anJ Shoes, Hats, and a variety ot articles,
too BBBseront to mention.
All I ask is, "Come one, come all," and examine my
stock, befcre making yoar purchases. 1 boaght cn the
very best terms, and aa determined that nose shall nn
dersett me. I shall adopt the Cash System, exttpt to
punctual dealers. A. 0. BLAIR,
Jo. - . .Main street,
octl3-Jtwaw6m Old Stand of Ferguson k. Nell!.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil. Soap and Candie
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
THE highest marKft prices paja lornugn ana renders l
Taxefw, Lard and S- ap Grase. nor2-1 v
oc23-tf SIEJIPIIIS, TEK'.
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
REFER to J. T. Scatter, Em., President Bask ot lb
Republic, Kew Turk ; J. K. Sass, He... PresWen
Bank et Charleston, S. C; Messrs. John Frazer & Co.,
J. W. Caldwett, Esq., Charleston, S. C; Col. Wra. M
Church well, Pressdeat Bank et Sast Tetuiesoee, kdoi
ville; I. B. KIRTLAXD, Bsq., and Mesdrs. FALLS i
CASH, Memphis, Tenn. sep27-6m
JOHN B. BOTTOj
BOOT AND SHOE
31 AX U V AC T 13 E I ,
No. GC Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
HVTo xsarp lad , Term.,
ii HEKPSconstantlyonhand. BOOTS an.l
5 manutac'.nreis. He keeps, also. Leather. 1
KSele and Oooer. Calf Skins. French and
American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bsgs and Va
lises, aU of which ha wl 1 sell as cheap as any In this
market. Give him a call before purchasing elsewhere.
A. STREET & CO.,
MAKCFACTCRERS OF ALL KIKDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
anglS MEMPHIS, TENX.
"Walker & Brothers,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING,
AND DEALERS IX
!Hy Csoous, I.ools & Snocs,
No. 79 Pront Eow.
.df-t WEhareJnst received one hundred cases of
Clotliiog, expressly manniactnrea ror ibis mar
ket, and are opening tbe best selected stocks ef
all kinds of Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes, ever
brought here, which weeOerat the lowest pMlMe prices,
being enabled to compete with any Uonsa through the
faculties of our heate la Philadelphia.
We wonM especially Invite the attention of country
merchants, knowing that : an and will salt all 3d
very -v. ue. arn see. a BE lb-
A. VACCAEO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Ci;ars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 298 JIA1N-ST., MEMPHIS. TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Vain strstf, next door to Odd FcBouh" Baa,
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.
X3 Every article sold by us warranted as represented,
subject to be returned atour expense. JalyS-ly
HVOLLIKTIKR, Esq., has removed bis Law Office
over the Store and Commission Hoese ef Fewlkes,
Mount & Co., en Jefferson street, between the Post Office
and Mam street. spel3-tf
D I. DUBOSE,
A TTORNET AT UW, Memphis, Tenn. OSce on east
CX. i Me et Main street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to F. Titas, McEwen, Harris i McNeill, J. D
WHlisms, W. E. Mlfler and Miles Owen, Memphls.'icnn.:
Keon. Tltns ic Co.. Kew Orleans. Janlt-tf
D. L. HERROK.. ................... J. E. ARMSTB0KQ
HERRON & ARMSTRONG.
A TTORKETS AT LAW, Coffeevllle. Tabasba countr.
XJL Mississippi. Will practice In tbe ceanlrssot Yalobu
sha, Tallahatchie, Lafayette, Panola, Carroll. Choctaw.
Chickasaw, and Calhoun. AIo, In the United States
Conrt at Pontotoc, vice chancery Ceart at Carrotiten,
ma Miga vours ox errors ana jtppeais at jaCKSon.
KEW Orleaxs McRae, Coffman & Co., FanlTnlace
St Co., Buchanan, Carroll k. Co., J. Burnslda It Co.,
rrierson, rewier t;o.
Memphis Cossitt, Hill & Talnadge, Ferguson 61
Kelll, Lownes, Orgin & Co.; G. D. Johnson, B. F. Dill,
appeal yaw, janwiy
JAMES T. TAYLOR W. S. ROSS
TAILOK & ROSS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
So. G Monroe Street, Memphis,
"ttttILL make liberal cab adrances on all consignment
V of Trounce or Vercbandise.
Reerencet Uenderscn, Terry &. Co., S, O. Kelson
Co., New Orleans ; Speed & Strange, E. II. Apperson
Co., ilemphls. noTl.3m
PATTERSON, MABSHAL 'j & CO
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
A.. 49 Front Row, Memphis, Taun.
OTJR charges for selling Cotton on arrival are Fifty
Cents tier Bale ; for storing and wiling Seventy-Five
Cents. All Cotton Insured unless otherwlia instructed.
J. S. SMITH.. .J. B. MEACIIAII... WUITEFIELD.
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
W liolcsivlc Gvo cevs,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants
(Hetty 4' Hunt' Xea Building t,)
No. IS Front Row, Mcmplils,
HAVE now on hand a fine assortment ot Bagging ana
Rope of the best brands, together with a complete
and wen selected stock of the Tarlocs articles usually
kept in our business, to which it invito the attention of
Agents for the sale of "Pike's celebrated Magnolia
WhlsSy."aaajones,lJoyao;i;e.'s souinem aiantiac
tured Kails. SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.
J. r. KILL
J. T. KATLET.
HILL & HAYLEY,
jSTo. S3 3T'l-023.t 2Fto7-,
OVER D. H. TOWKSEKD'S,
T70R Selling, 60 cents per bale. Far Storing and Sell-
JL1 lng, 76 cents pr bale. AU Cettoa Shipped to or
stored by ns will be covered by Insurance, unless other
X3 Bagging, Hope and Plantation Supplies furnished
to customers. eepiu-oawoEi
A. A. SMITHVflCE.
.J. R. WRA7.
.A. IV. SMITH.
SMITHWICK, WRAY & CO.,
Ao. 3 ISaditon-tt., lewteen Front Row and Main-it.,
Up Sttirt, MEMPHIS, TA'.V.
STRICT attention given to Selling "and Storing Cotton
and Pro-lace consigned to ns.
K. B. Ordera for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Sup
plies filled with cars and dispatch. Charges for Selling
and Storing Cotton, fifty cents per sale. aug?i-m
Iff. HOPKINS & CO. j
( Succetton to Powell 4- Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sepH-ly JCEW ORLEANS, LA.
S. WILD! YERKOK,
D. C. WILLIAMS, (
w. a. buy AX,
J 21. R. BRYAW.
Late of Panola, Miss.
Late ot La Grants, Tens.
TfflOtf, EETM & CO.
mon Factors, Commission ami
?fo. 6 Front Row, over Meacham Ic Galbrailh's,
TJ ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping aad
X Settlag Cotton. Charges 60 cents per hale.
J3- All cotton sent to us will bo covered J Insurance,
nnless otherwise Instructed. aug22
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBr & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
E. M ArrER$on....c. DEL0ACII....DAYID ADAMS.
E. ill. APPERSOIW & CO.,
Commission k Forwarding Merchants,
AKD DEALERS IN
Bagging, Rope, Groceries, &c,
No. 05 Front Row, and G Jefferson Street,
J3-Particular attention paid to atorlng, selling and
shipping Cotton. aug3-daw6ni
Kew Orleans, La.
WALKER & SNIDER,
No. 123 Canal Street,
JnlylB-dswly KEW ORLEANS, LA.
c. H. nonTO.i
LateHorton & Hunter,
..........n. C. IIORTOX,
Late of Monthalia, Miss.
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
Xo. 3MadUon-St.,oppotite I. B. Kirtland't Office,
TTTK will continue as heretofore, giving special atten
H Hon to the Sale and 8torage of Cotton, at-fif ty cents
per bale, and to tbe selection and purchsss ot any article
In market. Office removed from No. 3 Front Row to No.
3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank. augSO
S. SI. GATES
.A. 21. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOBS, GBOCERS,
Produce and Gctsr.il Gommission
Xo. 3 Dnfon Street, between Main and Front Row,
AFTER an active application to badness, for over
. eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage of our friends in the capacity of Cotton 1 actors.
We feel confident of our ability to please tnch as may
confide their business to onr charge. Our stock of Bag
ging, Rope and Gensral Supplies will not be excelled In
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made on consignments In store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Produce, in store, will only be efiected upon actual
instructlsns, or whan under advance. Shipments ot
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured while In
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on
To all our friends who have 10 liberally pslronlied us
daring years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
)unl3-dawlr GATES & WOOD.
WARD LAW HOWARD Wit. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD fc CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
Jt onvarumg xHcrciiants,
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS in Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London rorter. Ale, wine. Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Flatter, and Groceries generally. A good
stock now on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
13-usiE advances maae on cations in store for sale or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Onr Open Policy of Insurance covers aU Cotton con
signed to us by water ; also, the risk of Fire whHe In
siart, unless otherwise Instructed. Onr prices for storing
and setting uoii.es, tne same a we nave charged for
rears past Of ky cents per bale. JnlySO
2EXJ, SEID'taasJ. Me. KXXDe
B. RED & BRO.,
NO. SS FROKT ROW. MEMPHIS. TEKK.
A LL Cotton seat to cur address insured, nnles Instruo
r tleas to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders filled ulth sure. Stare aad Soil Csttsn at fifty
easts per bale. fa3-tmylT
T r. AYDLETT ......J. e. BOlTOtlERTT,
A'et Orleant. Memphit.
T. P. ATDLETT & CO.,
KO. 69 CRAVIEIt-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
COMMISSION MERCH ANTS,
KO. 23 FROXT R0Wr MEMPHIS,
TTTILL make cash advances on all Citton or other Fro-
r T dace shipped to T. P. Aydlett 4t Co., Kew Orl'ans.
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
decSO-dawnj KO. FROKT ROW.
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
3G DAMP STREET, KEW ORLEANS.
-ASII advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
I : .h t.ir miles owev.
Vy oinsisuw i.vi
wr . nA.TIDSOX......J. R ELLIS. A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS
Receiving, forwarding ana benerai
No 219 Main Street, Eaxl tide betweer. lefftrton end
TlOPB, Bagging ano. ri.ui.nu" """" ,?A
IS FROST Ill, i.....
..Ti,n1,l. "P W
. . . . . . 11 i.itA. ,uil nt fn, lit
TTTILL give strict attention u au
V V in this marxat, or auipmcui. .....
oV..' tA ns will be Insured against the dan
gers of River Kavlgatlon and Fire whlls In store, unless
otherwise Instructed. Orders for Bagging, Rope and
Supplies win meet onr prompt attention.
No. 5 Monroe Street, bcL Front Row &Main,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sals and shiptnaat of
Cotton and other Produce.
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnUhed at
lowest market prices.
jr. Xj. terser
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
Mosby & Hunt's jn ew jaiocxc,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
r WILL pay particular attention to nuing oroers 101
L Groceries, Bagging ana Jtope,
i. r. amrriNS m. b. osiriiauf
J. C. GRIFFING & BBO.,
Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
-TTTE will furnish supplies to our menus as uerewjiute,
H and make advances on smpmenis u our intmu m
a -T,T--in,TT T f (lllirnKO
Frankfort, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. rransiori, aj.
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
NO. 71 CAMP STREET,
JnlyUrdawlf A'CW ORLEANS. LA.
CARRIKGTOS SIASOM, X" C "0RVELL
Holly Springs, atlts. '
MASON & NORVELL,
Gr O O 33 0Ei."S" .
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
C10KSTAKTLY on band, Bagging, Rope and Plantation
j Snnmies. maj31-ly
. REASLEY A. W.LOTIRO.
BEASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
KO. 12 FROKT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock if Rope and Bagging always oa band.
Charges fifty cents per bale, all other Produce at
usual raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
rmitance. All P.odnce Insured, unless otherwise In
STMLISO rOWLKES ASIOl.1. . aiuuna.
Tnos. JErrERSON rowwii.
FOWLIt.ES, MOUNT & CO.,
Post Office Building, jeuorson-ac,
TORE COTTOK in Flre-Froof Warehouse. Insurance
.r.jnt less th.n anv house In tbe city.
V. Cotton In store placed under Insurance, unless In
structed to the contrary.
-3-rM,nn mutinied to us nn good steam, keel and
fiatboats covered by onr Open Policy of Insurance, unless
otherwise expressed In face ot Bill Lading.
J3" Ordeis for itacging, nope i"l,yu
solicited from our patrons. Jnly2-daw7ia
E. ASHBEIXi t& CO.,
For the Sale, Storago and Shipment ot
JTO. 69 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
LL orders for Bagging, Bale Rope, Groceries, Provls
l ions and Plantation Supplies, filled carefully and
pnjilT. t the lowest current rates. angl-wly
. STRATTOJC, 1 S. n. DUKSCOMB,
'DAVITT. W. R.DOSOnO.
STRATTON, McDATITT & C4.,
GROCERS AND GENERAL
COMMISSION MEB CHANTS,
KO. TO FROKT -ROW, MEMPHIS, TEKK.
ALL consignments Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Agents for "GR1S WOLD'S" celebrated COTTOK
Wo continue to Store and Sell Cotton at FIFTT CENTS
On hand, a largo stock of Power-loom and India Bag
ging, Machine adHandRpe, together with a heavy stock
of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wc
will furnish to onr customers at tne lowest marset prices.
auslZwOm a., atcu. a. iu.
FRAXSIOLI r. n. WILLIAMSOR.
FRANSIOLI & WILLIAMSON,
Importers, Wholesale nd Ret&il Dealers ia '
Prench and German Vases,
SILVER, SILVER PLATED,
GERMAN SILVER & BRITAMA WARE,
FINE TABDE CUTLERY, tec, &c
1SS Mntn Street, Memphis.
ALSO, Looking Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Tea
Trays, Parlor Lamps, Cbandallers, Girondoles, etc.,
etc., etc inlJ"
G. B. jLOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER,
S3 MAIK STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
Freperty, Kegroes, Merchandise, of every deterlptlon,
Furniture, Land scrip ana warrants, iuocii, ikuiw
Leasing Property, tc
Storage and consignments souaiea.
Having encased the services of Mr. J. H. CALDWELL,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, lata of nnntavllle, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
salts ot every description. LIBERAL CASH Abyakcxs
made ok Consignments.
53-Storagc aad consignments sollciwa.
P. S. I am Agent for The Adacis Express 9oealOr.
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BT
Fashionable natter, 75 Front Row.
10,000 PAIRS OF
HOOTS, SnOES AND BROCANS,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT
w iri t-: ft.TOwa x
octll-ly Ko. 75 Front Row.
. C. C. MAYD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
WHERE ean be found all description of Grave Work,
which will be furnished as cheap as It can be got
In any market West. Also, Building Work dona at short
It Is to the Interest ot all persons wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead of purchas
ing from Agents, as the Manulactors hava to add the
twenty per cent, thai Is paid Agents to the work sold by
them, southerners, ioor to your interest.
dec3-daw6m C. C.MATDWELL.
MMs, tstKimtst ix
TOE subscriber having onened the above men
Honed House, on the West side ef Shelby street,
between Gayoso and Union, Is now prepared to
receive an who may favor htm with their pat
rouasc. itis nouse is situated convenient to the steam
boat landing, and contiguous to the business portion of
inecuy, ana passengers wishing to take the Railroads
can take the vmnibusts from the door. Tho Haute is
entirely new, and has been newly furnished from top to
Douom. lie solicits a share of the public patronage.
decl8-3m M. W. MASON",
Corner of Main and Adams Street.
mniS Tfonso is situated in the centre of business, ann
A is now finished and in complete order. The Proprietor
pledges himself It shall not be surpassed by any House In
Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestoweu
ou una ror tne last two years, be hopes by a street atten
tion to Business to merit a continuance of the same.
?- J. J. WORSHAM, Prbprletor
;C0RKER FROKT ROW AKD JEFFERSOK STS.
IT1HIS establishment has Just undergone thorough re
JL pairs In every department. Rooms newlr naln'od
and papered; bedding thoroughly renovated; there Is not
e cu a mauress inai is not new or equal to new ; carpeti
mostly new, fee. In one word tbe hoase is now In da.
ddcdly better orfer than It has ever been sine It was
Duui. very grateful for the liberal patronage to tbe
House since I have occupied It. and havin: renewed two
leases, oneod the House, the other upon my age, I her
w . .ui. 10 air? more attention man naretAfore i sn-
ueiennmea to mar. my guests comfortable.
oci-ir D. COCKRELL, Proprietor
3X3" JEW JEUdSTJ-CTtt
OK CKIOK STREET.
mnE subscribers respectf nlly inform their old friends and
JL ALL the public, that they have opaned a new Restau
rant on Union street, warre they are prepared to f nrnish
the best brands that can be found lit the market, served
In tbe best Parisian- styles, Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds In fact, everything suited
to the finest and most delicate epicurean taste.
Give us a call. We have six dlnerent rooms for the ac
commodation of Private Parties. We will not be ostdene
In any branch connected with onr business.
Janl6-tf DEMPERWOLF-Jt GITTKR.
WORSHAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALER IK
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tbe Wor-
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their ,wn Juice, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced snd Fiekled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, fine, Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Kuts, 4cc.
in connection wun mis esiao-
.wlWhmentl have fllt.il tin snflvstr
,Saloon. and will rtcelre FRESH
U I sit. its oy every paeaet.
S. F. BRICnETTO.
By V. BACIGALTJPO,
Corner Vashisgton.St. aad Front Bow.
rf-., REdErVES FRESH SHELL
Sl.Zt I lif?COTSTSRSbyevery psaet. andls
j; fSTV 9 eJnow ready to wait upon all who
will give him a call, In the very
13- Families supplied at all hoars.
53" Satisfaction given, or no sale.
By B. A. Vaccaro.
FIKE LIQUORS, ui
of all brands; Ha- Qft
eA f?J -T.vana uisars, m., 5
sjk direct from CnstomV m . v
House, Kew Orleans. Oysters, Refreshments, and all
other Luxuries, day and night. oetl7-3m
P. H. HEINRICH & BRO..
297 MAIK STREET,
KEEP constantly on hand a large variety ef PLAIN
and FANCT CAKDIES. CASES, Fruits, Preserves,
etc., wholesale and retail. We are also prepared to far-
ish parties at the shortest notice.
connection wun iris we
keep open cur LADIES' and
.GENTLEMEN'S' OTSTER SA
LOON from 9 o'clock a M., to 12
'dock p. M-, and are receiving daring the whole season,
FRESH OTSTERS by every steamir. Wo solicit a share
of the public patronage. nova-dent
THE Proprietor would In-asn.
form the public that he baj2$ii&
opened for the season, and fitted ap in the
best style, and is now prepared to accom
modate the traveling public equal to any Restaurant In
the city. Having bad considerable experience in catering
to the pnblic, he hopes to receive a liberal patronage.
Every attention paid to my patrons and the put lie
Wild Game, Oysters, Lobsters, sardines, always ex
hand ; tbe best the market affords. Call atKo. 30Jf.
f erson street. North side, next door to Main street.
T. I. 1 I
P. S. Meals at all hours. anglS
0. SMITH. ...D. r. OUTIIRIE....CEO. J. ROWLASD.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AGENTS TOR THE SALE Of
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 364 Main Street, between Second snd Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE. KY.
J. HI. ITIcFAEY & CO.,
(LATE TRIFLE TT, M'rADDIH k. CO.,) "
No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour,
Grain, kc, solicited and promptly executed.
R. R. HARVEY.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
KO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., KEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
will be given to the Sale or
Forwarding of Goods or,
Produce consigned to onr
address. We will contract Freight on the
above r ra-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience In our market
In the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
REFER TO COOK l-o., ,J. uruncg a. aro , i3ireu
Strange, Hannah k Shanks. dec!2-ly
,OUISYILLE JAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IK
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS,
477 Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
, rXTXOERALD...CHAS( C. BILL..J. WOODITOSTH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Sticcettort to Park, Simpton If Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Ho. 02 Front Row, Memphis,
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
At Mannfaetnrer's Prices.
AMONG which may be found
. Wm. Crompton's celebrated brands, Lynchburg;
Henderson and Holcombe brands, "
Dr. James Saunders' " Harry of the West, kc "
C. Ford's Anna Rice, but.,
R. J. Wade's brands,
Jas.Thomss.Jr.'s Crescent City Paragon, Richmond;
Cosby ftWlnfree's Star of Rlchm'd Pride of V.
A. Dill's Fig, Mayflower, is. "
Coleman Worth am's " C. W. Iris, - "
nardgrore'a "Indispensable, kc, "
0 M. Cotby, (0. M. Cosby brand) Danvlae)
Wlthera k Ayres' Tonng America, "
W. T. Boutherlins' brand,
R. P. Richardson " Old Caswell, " Reedt Hie, X. C.
With a great variety ot common brands too numerous
to mention, allot which win be sold at. INVOICE PRI
CES, to close con.lgnmcnts.
Every article warranted f rath and genuine, and direct
from tha factory.
J. B. SHARPS, Wholesale Tobacco Factor,
dccS-lwdaw3m Ko. 25 Madison street.
THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory on
Second street, between' Washington and Adams
streets'. -wVere they are prepared to Manufacture anU Re
pair Carriages at the shortest notice. Alt work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share of pnblic patronag
JanS-ly L. S. BOBB k CO.
plar.taftoit Suplus, fc.
S. B. WIiLLIAilISOiT,
(Stucetior to Williamon Hancock,)
12f PORTER OF
PINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars a'c.
KO. 19 FROKT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
60 kegs Ko. 1 Leaf Lard;
tierces augar-cured llama ;
20 kegs Shot, assorted sixes!
100 CMS Whisky.
All of which we will sell chain for cash at Ka.
Front Row, Memphis.
jmyi S. B. WILLIAMSON,
DAVIDSON, ELLIS Si BLAIR,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
1 FkPkfi 7IKCE3 Bagging, hand and power-loom
i cu w iiranas; 140O ceils Rope, best brands;
60 bids, best Brown Sugar;
600 sacks Coffee; 60 hhds Bacon;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra quality;
600 bbls best brand Boston Kalis;
100 bbls. and half bbls Mackerel;
60 kits Mackerel Ko. I;
60 bbls. Crushed Sugar; 25 boxes best loaf Sugar
1000 sacks Salt; 50 bbls. Molasses; W half bbls do;
100 beat brand Flour;
100 bbls. best Dexter and Dean Whisky;
1 00 ream s Wra pnlncPaoer:
And a general assortment of prime Brandies and Wines ;
aiso. Teas, i-epper, apice. Ginger, Soda, Shot, Lead, and
aU articles kept in our line of business, which we will
sell on the vary bast terms to our customers and the
trace generally. augU
WE have Just received this day, and offer for sale, low,
10,000 yards Kentucky Jeans and Lindscy, for Ke-
gro uietnisg, 01 various colors and prices;
200 dosen OM Brandy, bottled In 1S47 ;
ISO boxes and half boxes Star Candles.
EAVIDSOK, ELLIS Jt BLAIR,
anIf- Ko. 19 Main street.
THE subscribers keep on hand tbe following articles,
which they warrant to be of first aualltr. and for
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ;
Wagons, Korthern and Southern manufacture J
Bacon, hog-round ;
Flour, Salt. Whisky and Tobacco ;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas aad Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior arttds ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris ;
Together with a general assortment of aH articles usu
ally kept In a Grocery store.
GWTNNK ft GIBSOK,
July? Kos. I aad 2 Exchange Building.
Mrs. Susan jLand
WOULD announce to the ladles of Memphis and the
adjoining country, that she Is prepared to
Cut and Moke Dresses
Iter the new Invented style, and at tbe shortest notice.
She Is prepared with MoJ.la and Book Instruction
to CUT DRESSES, and all kinds of Ladies' wearing auro
ral, after the newly invented PatUras ot MRS. J. C.
GEORGE, of Buffalo, Kew Tork.
Mrs. Susan Land professes to teach or Impart the art
of Cutting to any person In a few hours, so that they cab
measure themselves or others, and make beautiful fits.
Her residence Is on the copier ot Main and Union streets,
up stairs, in the third-story. sepST-Cm
JE TV goods:
EMPORIUM OF FASHION,
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
and Mantilla Establishment,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are sow receiving und opening one of fr"T
the largeat and most magnificent stocks of US A)
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods, (
ever Diougnt to una otty. Also, a very select assort
ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely sew. Silks, Cash
meres, Marenos, DtLalnes, and a large variety ot all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aarticnlar attention ts our Millinery Depart
ment, consisting of Chenille, Moss and Uncut Velvet,
Satin. Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets ; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5,000
worth ot fine French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and Glmpure Laces ; all styles ot
Emuroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladles' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps. Head.
Dresses, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings af all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress,
es, kc., kc
K. B. Embroidering and Stamping done. Cloaks an
Dresses made to order in a few hours at cheapest prices.
Ladies, please call before purchasing .Isewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl K. STII.LMAK k. CO.
FORMERLT of the firm f Mooney k
Green, weald respectfully say te his old
friends and customers that he is still at'
the old stand, with a good supply ef Fruit
'trees, consisting ot
Also, R-pberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergrewis, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attended to. and aH plants guarantledto order and de
livered any pait of the city, free ot charge.
Knrsery on Main street, South Memphis.
ectll-dStn Receiver of Mooney & Green.
TO HORTICULl'URISTS AND PLANTERS.
of Memphis and anrtnndlnz country that
the season for tramp! anting Fruit and Or
namental trees Is fast approaching. Great
additions have been mads In every depart
ment, more particularly among Fruits. A mora select
and varied collection has never been offered tor ssle In
the Southwest, consisting la part of over one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, Ohio, Scuppernong, California, etc
Grape Vines, Ftfs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
Pecans, Chesnuts,etc., etc.
Green-house plants, Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen or every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a 'dltion to the above, I am now receiving a large lot
ot Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence of having to
move most of my stock on hand, I will sell It very low.
purchasers may rely on everything being what it Is
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden and Knrsery, near the
Riilroad Debot, or addressing
ecu-asm 3. Jt. wheatun .
P. 8. During my absence from the city, all orders win
meet with prompt attention It left at the store ot J.
WUdberger. 3. M. W.
ETCHAVARiVE & BRO.,
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on tbe
Horn Lake Road, have on band a fine as
sortment ot SHRUBBEBT, In every tie-
partment, consisting In part of
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, Xect;iincs, fcc
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asiaragus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punc
tually attended to, ana ail Plants guarantied to ersar
and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge.
Wo attend to arranging and laying off Gardens la tows
or country, at tbe shortest notice.
ocMT-lm ETCHATARKB k. BRO.
For Sale Low ttythe Trade,
Kflfl KEGS nails.
O J J 350 pieces best Power and Hand Loom Bagging;
200 c lis Machine Rope J
f0 colls Manilla Rope ;
100 pounds Twine.
Doucreziurr fc atdlstt,
sorl 23 F'.mt Row.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS.
PROPOSALS win be received at tha Rsglsaer's Office of
the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, until February
10th. 1S57. for the Grading. Masonry and Bridging of said
Railroad, from Spring Hill to opposite the town of Colum
bia, about thirteen miles.
The above work comprises some heavy rock, cuttln: :
about tlx thousand perches of Bridge Masonry, and six
teen hundred teet of Brldzlng.
Flans, Profiles and Specifications miy be seen at any
time, and any further Information obtained by addressing
J. H. DH terrcx. Division Engineer, at Columbia, Tenn
A. ANDERSON, Engineer.
KsibTfflt, Dm. 15, l-d-ilawUllfrtJ
JF w izgutje
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
OPEN TO COKIIVTH.
fy, and after Aon. 15, 1SSS, THROUGH MAILTRAIK
KJ will leave Memphis, DAILT, at 7:00 a.m., arriving
at uonnin at r. sr.; at somerviiie at 10:00 a. m.
Returning Leaves Corinth at I r. X . ; SomcrvUie,
r. M. Arrives at Memphis at 7.00 r. u.
ZTTnis Train connects at Corinth with a doable Dallv
Line of first class Post Coaches te tho terminus of the
Eastern Division of the Memphis and Charleston RaH
read. Thence by Railway direec, and connections sure
with all Eastern cities.
Staging redocwl to forty nilet. aad traei-larinr: pro
THROUGH TICtSTS sold to the feBowtcs Mints :
This Train also connects with the Mississippi Central
Railroad to Hstly Springs, Oxford. Grenada. Canton.
Jackson, tee., kc
Also connects at Grand Jasctios Station with Tennes
see Central Ra lire ad to Bolivar, Jackson, Huntingdon
and other places.
Also connects at Pocahontas with Trl-Weekly Line of
Ceaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus,
'JIIROUGII TO NASHVILLE IN 34 HOURS,
Via tbe Memptils and Charleston, Nashville and Chatta
nooga KaUroils oaly -dO miles of Staging, against
U30 T any other roete.
The ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIK runs daily (ex
cept Sundays) between Mempaia aBd the Junction with
the Mississippi Central Railroad:
Leaves Junction 7.00 a. at. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r. St.; arrives at tha Junction
Freight Trains Ierve Memphis for Pecahestas DAILT
at 7 a. at. Doors close at t r. M.
Through Tickets only, oa the above Rentes, can be ob
tained at tbe Commercial Hotel, as welt as infermauen
ceaaected with the Read.
Passengers are requested to purchass Tickets before en-
tertag the cars, and save payment of extra fare.
Baggage checked to all stations ea the RaBroad. and
Be Baggage will be received without being checked.
Each passenger win be allowed seventy-five pounds of
baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage ; bat no
article will be carried as baggage that is not incident to
tbe person of the passenger. In case ot lose the Com
pany win hold themselves responsible far as amount not
Kegroes, when traveling alone, mast have a permit, na
ming tne point to wnicn tney are to ge, ana specifying
that they are to travel br railroad, or thev will not be
epgl Superintendent ef Transportation.
For Baltimore, Washington, New
Yorh, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Line for the East!
JBaZtimore and Ohio
rpniS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (37$
i miles,) ana to n assinzron, (suu m tes,j ana presents
the fullest advantages both as a freight and passengei
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
Alteghenies; and 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 Railroad, from Columbus and Zanesvllle to
Wheeling, unites this read with all portions of the West
The only Through Tickets i-rom Mrairnu,
Louisville and St. Louis to the National Me
TROrOLls, are sold by this road, which runs direct to
Washington without the delay of passing throegh Balti
more. It Is also the only Una by which baggage can be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
J3"Ey the mail route f.om Memphis, take the mall
steamers, running daily for Louisville, connect lug there
with maU steamers or Jeffersoavitle Railroad for Cincin
nati, when they arrive so as to connect with the cars ot
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, connecting there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark and Zanes
vllle, to Wheeling. By the express train of this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Washington
is less than 27 hours.
S3" Bo sura to ask for tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
J3Passengers from Memphis going East through St
Louis, can bay Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. This route lays through Viseennes, Terr Haute,
IndiaBapelts, etc., to Wheeling, over the new Ohio and
Mississippi and connaectlng Roads. These coneectioss
are all direct, and the time from St. Louis to Baltimore
or Washington is but about 43 hoars. Through Tickets
by this route may be had ot the Agent, under the Plan
ter's Hobs., at the fuUowlne rates : From St. Louis to
Baltimore $26; to Washington $25.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior cars ol
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times
dally tor Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia aad Kew
Tork. Through in 16 or -17 hours, including stoppages.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of lhe coantry, and
general ceratert, this road is second to none In the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the larzest
equipment ot any Railroad In the United States, and it
prepared to do an immense business In transportation.
Tbe road makes Immediate connecUos at the wharves and
in the strests ot Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia and Kew Tork. steamers af Ericsson and Balti
more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to Kew
Terk, and sy aew Merchants' aad Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers te Kerfeik, Charleston, Savannah, Ac. For
partlcBlars, see freight tariff, copies of which may be had
et the Forwardiag Houses In the West, or of J. B. Ford,
KecetviBg aau xorwanuBg ajii ai neeiws.
WM. S. WOODSIDH,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLETTE,
Jna25-ly Agent, 51 Front Row, Memphis.
" NEW AERANGEMENTT"
ESPECIALLT FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND
To the North and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
M o & &:
Tram Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Hours,
Ir unovi area oj vvagc or uiange oj cori or
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Kiagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, Kew Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Kiagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to Kew Tork. Time from Cairo to Kew
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
NOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of Rail roads through Indiana and
Ohio, to the East and North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, kc., and with a splendid Line of First Class
Staamers for Sault St. Marie, Lake Superior, Colling
wood, Toronto, kc
Tains leave uairo Every Jiorntng ana .evening as fol
6:05 A. M-, Chicago and Dsnlelth Express, Sundays
This Tram connects at cnicago wun -w Torr Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Gieat Western and
Kew Tork Central Railroads, through la thirty-one hours.
This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Louis and Ylneenses; at
Pan a, with Trains cf the Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Lonltville and Cincin
nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena,
Dunlelth; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring
field, Naples, Rock Island. Burlington and Qulncy.
6:10 r. sr., Kew Tork Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, except on Signal,
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur to
Danlelth, and arriving at Chicago at 2 r. if.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, win find at Dsn
lelth, steamers ot the Dunlelth and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, i.c. Passengers
for Janesvllle, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at Freesort with Trains to Belolt and JanesvBlr. and
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
The Maps and Charts Indicating tha Great Central
Route to the North and East are an exact transcript of
Cotton's Map of the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as well as the running
time cards of the connecting Roaos, and Judge for them
selves as to theeorrectnets of the above statements. The
opening ot 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, anoras tome pleasure traveler,
aa well as the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North and East, which surpass those ot
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by tbe Company for the convenience ot the trav
eling public, the permanency of the road and structure,
the strength ana elegance ot tne engines ana uars, com
mend themselves to those who desire In traveling tpeed,
comfort and lafcty.
TIUiJiiatiUOUi UllUAls ILAJI, wun me privilege
of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Offices on the line.
A. T. LA-JLL4.i.l-E., -agent,
Jnnf-ly Memphis, Tenn.
LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
J. A. MANNING,
LEAVENWORTH CITY, K. T.
mHE subscriber begs leave to offer his services to the
I publlcas Land Agent, Surveyor, Draftsman, and
Dealer In Land Warrants
He win attend promptly to buying and setUst Real
Estate, collecting debts, paying taxes, buying, selling and
locating Land wamnta, and to an business per mmg
to a General Land Agencv.
Reterences. Col. B. C. McCarty, Cot. 3. 3. Clark-
son and 1. o. uenaerson, leavenworta city; J. u.
Dougherty and R. B. Hawley, Memphis, Tenn ; J. R.
Connelly, iiernanao, aiiss. novis-wam
Scotch and Irish Whisky,
TTJST rreeived, by H. n. POTTER,
J decl6 Maln-st., 3d door Korth Worshan Honse.
Extension Dinintr Tables.
MAHOGAKT, Oak and Walnut Extension Tables,
from ten to faurteen feet long. Just received and for
tale low oy
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Open to Conao.
OK and after Monday, January 12th. 1887, THROSGK
MAIL TRAIK win leave Memphis daily, (Seeday
excepted.) at 7:30 A. M., arriving at Como at 10:06 A. jr.
Returning, leaves como at 10:JO a. m., and imw at
Memphis at 1 r. M.
This Train connects at Como with J P. McAiexaader ft
Co '.dally line of First Class Post Coaches for Panola
and Grenada. Staring reduced to 62 miles between Mesa
phis and Grenada through In 15 hoars. The travestsg
public way rely on tats bving a shorter aad cheaper loots
w uicuu, tyautea, jaexson and Vtckabarz than any
The FREIGHT TRAIK win make daily trips, (SaaaWys
excepted,) from and after Monday, the 19th ef January,
to Como. Itwitlbeexp.cttd that eeaslsaets wHtbavo
arrangements made to receive their goods at the st alias
on arrival, as the Compauy save only temporary arrange
ment s for taking care of freights, and wttl net be respon
sible for the less or damage to the saase at that atatfea.
Passengers are request! to pan base tickets before
entering the cars, aad save payment of extra fata.
Baggage checked to all stations es the RaHruad, aad Be
baggage wM be received wHaeet being checked. Sacs
passenger wm be allowed HO poaada ef bggae by Rut
read, and 60 pounds by stage, bat se article win beear
pseEgersgiSe U ' u,MeBt to the Fnoa of the
.JfLJ' Cwfipl!'r tsems.lves re
sponsible far as amount net exceeding )0
Sy.Vegroea, when traveling ateae, swat have a sersast
nauiiag the pelnt to which they an. to g, aid speeifyte
that they are to travel br .Tt .FCTrJt
. . - .wr-j ww BOSS
FARE REDUCED !
From Memphis to Jackson, 83 50
From Memphis to Nashville, sin iso.
Via Jackson, Waynesoorty and
CSnTSZ IZ! tf phU
nesaee and Alabama Railroad Thi.Tm. . T,a-
toMiddle Tennesseeand 1 tTavefer Iri .. t'trosv
pains or expense will be. c a rJl fa" t so
1 KORWO i FORTCKE
Fare to Grenada s?nn
Including ftiinibna Ticket to Holly SprifigE.
The Cheapest and Quickest Route
DctHcca .uempriis and Grenada
It now pruent id to the rmi, w ,s.
Memphis ana Charl.rn..
Mississippi Central Raiim.
FOR tiakets or information, apply to
M.TNCE PIES !
families serid rTtTlIrTr: cn t'fie ,ho t n , Bi
superior article. ' soonest notice, with a
S3" Parties fnral.fc! wiik e. 1 ..
icTon the shorte.ril'V:"','"ira "T
atyle. 6ive him a eaH.
d.. vi u '- ""voi a
J LUST ys
200 win" Celebrated,?
ow cases Blackbery Brandy :
. . area-ori wise;
3d door north of We'fS:.
!js.S0vedbTrto"ot " M
,cpia-" H. Jf. GROSVTtvn
TUST received, . large assortment of eTeA.t Verw
J Brussels, Tapestrr. Three Pi s KTttTt'
Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Cornices, ic. wmmon
- H. M. GROSTBVOB
PROF. r. RIYINAC would re-pectfulrrVaMMc, t ,v.
cttiiens ef Memnhls and t,T,. . tBa.to
lustructien on the Piano aad Guitar Ala. LT.rT5
that he will Tun. and Repair Piani MelconrS? if?
tire satUfaetton win be given. -Jeofis, etc. Rn-
Those wl.hlng to takelesaoss will please asm. t
aader k While's Music and Book .tore
Those wishla: to rnri-h.t . 1 . .
Ma. and he will .elect you thi beitls tte, "H 08
Reference Dr. Tamer, R. S. Talkie r, ur
Rogera, H. S.Bradford. Dr. TaJiafero JL. lZT
Rev. J. .Rogers, Eason Jones.
' - - jtui.
I TAKE great eiea.arri
VlKACtotheciltxea. of mTllnwi:
my friend., as one .f the first Teaehersta lhlT,
hopeyoa will patroalxe him ts his hneof hujtetsl H
gives entire satUfaCilos. RespectfuiiT
nAeK.,m - '
t3" Enquirer copy.
r THIS day lost In Mrmshis. and ..va.u .
lingua street... mall mesWranda-boXaad iitAfc
Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip.
.iv. ivw itri.
Ko. J64t for,
This is te notify the finder whe the owner is 1
an persons notice net to purThase thm.' i J
' ... j iae so tne aaaer on deHrnw
THOMAS JA U BC
James and WHtlam Rodgers,")
(Petri lea for the Sale of
Elizabeth Rodgtrs. at al , V
heirs and distrieatees off
CaOen Rodgers. deCd. I
BT virtue of a Decree ef the County Ceart of Shasfrr
County, mad in the above r,.J .V- .Br
Term. ISST.of said Court. I wtu eflfe 'at BabMe .TvT Z
TUESDAT. February 10th, lgo7, ontle pr4Sse7,
xne -lTaet of Land
belonging to the estate of Callen Rodgers, dea'd aboac.
mU..t of Raleigh, on the LaGraafe road?!
200 acres, more or less, aad also the SLAVES Mvanta
number. belaBglng to the aaid estate ' ta
.TERMS-The Land will be soM sahjeet to tbe widow's
dower, for one-third cash, and th. n.i. - " ..7 .
one and two years; the Slave, for one-half cash, andthi
balance on a credit or one year.-the parchiw flvtal
janio-wtds JOnK P. TREZEVa v-r ra-.v
Clerk's Sale of Land.
Wm. Rogers and wif, Mary")
Rogers, Wyatt Bland, et - ,
al , heirs of Hlland Bland, I fa cntT Court ef Shel
deceased. iT Oe., January Tarn,
Petition ex-parte to sell Land 18i7
for partition. I
BTvlrtueof a Decree is the above cause made by the
County Ceart of Shelby County, January Term-IBM
I wiH offer at public sale, at the law re.HofftiS
Rogers, deceased, on the LaGranc. mr u.a-i.v .ZTZZ
TUESDAT, February 10th, 1657, " ' "
A Tract of Land,
2fU.lQi!L-1:. ,CTM I to lhe heirs of HBand
"'L "s seeuoa I, Berth, of
Wolf river. In the county of Shelby.
Terms Halt cash and half on a ernwe
the purchaser giving bond and security, and a Hen beina
retained on the land until final payment. 1
jaaiu-wma jquj. p. TREZgyAKT. Gerk.
TatumTs ratent Oil-Ground
PHO TO GH&FM&
rrom tne latest numoer or too Fhotographle and Fine
Art Journal. 1
IK the whole history of Art Is the production of Por
traits of the highest order, no single Improvement
nas coninouicu as stna u 11113 new procest. All that
has been developed by science In the nse of the earner
and the light ot tha sun, so wonderful!, successful is the
Daguerreotype, Ambrotjpe and Phetagraph,.have bees
appropriated by this new process to large pictures on the
most perreci ana aura 01c or an grounds to receive tha
plastic touch and exquisite tint of the artist's brush.
Real oil paintings in oil grounds upon canvas, such as
has alwa- s bees regarded by the masters of art as the
best receptacle f er colors In oil, are now readily proiuced
with aU the truth of the daguerreotype In delineation,
and of living, breathing, blooming nature In color, tena
ana exprvMwu, uuw feiiuibux. up so mat of life stxe
with a facility and durability that is astounding even Is
this age of steam, electricity and Intellectual progress.
PortrrltsthealaAof Ufa may be secured from small da
guerreotypes of persons deceased, with as much truth and
accuracy as from the living subject.
Sittings from the living subject are almost entirely dis
pensed with, and the finished portrait delivered In one or
two days from the order.
Tbe durability of inese on ground photographs Is, In
sured for a hundred years. If desired, as there Is to chem
ical or foreign matter used or Introduced that can In any
wise affeet the permanency or durability ot the picture,
the ground being tha same as has been most approved
and that ordinarily used by artists In portraiture and
landscape; the vehicles and paints are also the same.
Mt Tatum, the patentee, with a mind well stored with,
scientific troth, and possessing aa enviable skill la the
higher walks of art, has thus, in his last achievement.
and the liberal terms onereu nis reiiow artists In prosecu
ting his newprocesi, not only reflected credit upon Ms
native country In the great race of human progress, but
done great honor to his own head, hand and heart, and
doubtless will receive from an oblige propie the rewsrd
dne his arduous toll and brilliant achievement.
IAllv fc 1 E 1 Li O W ,
ARE the only Artists In the city who make this new asd
beautiful style ot Portraits. They have the exclusive
right for the city, and all other Portraits made upon can
vass by the Photographic process are but Imitations of
the origJial TATUM process.
Many beautiful specimens of thecl'iitns of Memphis
are on exhibition at the STAR GALLERT, where all art
Invited to raH and see tor themselves. jan7 lm
Choice Irish Potatoes.
1 Oft SACKS for salo by
1 X U B. MERRILL.
octiS Ko-5 Monroe slrrrt.