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BY M'CLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO.
fljBL18B.RD DAILtTtRI-WKBEIT AND WMKLT, BT
JNO. R. M'CLANAHAN, LEONIDAS TKOOSnALE.
WM. M. KVTT0S, BENJAMIN F. DILL,
rSDER THE STYLE ASH FIUM Or
MTClaANAHAN, HUTTOH" & CO.,
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U-te 'ype. charged wtrsu rate.
E3- yearly adrtler wl 1 be charted extra for eota
tTUiE apace orer oaotract, and -when LiRE type U Tf
c.T:iredtobentd,rtbeadertteeaeerttae tori f
'"S- T.arlT aiwtieera win be cnatged extra at resalar
rate lor Wants, Km'i, Eenteral. Copartaenhip Ke
tlce. To ConeMmees. x.
TRASSIEST ADTEETKWO JTCT BE PAID rOR
53- Xo adertlseaent will appear la the 7eeUy JPr
tuns tv inec al contract.
rj- AdTertheBent to be imerted In the 'VTeftlT paper
onjy or at Irrepalar interraU in either of the papers, will
be charfted $1 per square for erery toserUon.
O- Aanoencin candidates lor Stat, Ceanty and Ms
nt:pal OBces, $6 each, to be paid in advance in "cry
rj-AU admtleenMnts for Chart tab InetHMtons,
Fits C mpanie. -R-ard, Inwn, and other Pnbljc MeeUntr,
3 char(td half price. . .
t3 Marriaee and B:tan are pnMlohed as new. ; but
Obif l-i'B, Tnbnte! of Reepoct and Faneral IaritatioBs
aa of her advet tlnuitntii.
J3 All Lal and Transient Advertisements will be
cfca-xed by the tnwrrion.
J3 Rditortol Kotiees in Local Coin tan win be charged
C oent per line.
XXodedwM or variation wai be aade from the
McCLAVAHAX. BUTTON i. OO.
it. S. PARHA3I,
LA'KTBR, Meaaphia. Onlce on Mam street, opposite
C ark'a Marble Btock, np stairs, above Johnson's
d-ng store. janae-aawSw
J. S. WHITE, M.
LTE of Sardeman county, having removed to Mem
pfcis oners his profeaaionol services to the citizens.
Offlc- on Const Sonar, on- door west of Wallace's A ac
tion likwc. Residence on fontotoc sUeet, MUth-stde,
between St ratrick and St. Martin. lanSS tt
R. F. LOOXEY,
A TTORXBT AT LA IT. (jaice .ver C. "K. Cherry &
I. O. RITES,
ATTORNET ANB COONSSLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Tenn. OOcs la the Post Office Building.
All busiaess entrusted to hi care will receive prompt
and faithful attention. Collections p-omptly made In the
surroendang counties of West Tennessee , Mississippi and
J. A. ANDERSON.
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis. Tenn. OOce In
Walker's Bauaing, ovsr Mansaeld's Drug Sure,
Ma.n street. janlO-ly
BENJAMIN HOWCOTT, Dentist.
v iviKR uneuaifd mvsrlf well to practice
1 Dentist-Tin Memphis. I respectf nlly sotwtt
the patronage of an who may neea my r-"-.r.
in ii ntai line, and bind myseH to
perfom all operations on the Teeth, asm insert Arimciai
Teeth tn the most approved atyle as well as it ean be
done in this or any other country.
Once on Mam street, opposite Woreham House.
O . w. AtBEE.. ............. ...........H. M. ACME.
n IV. Jt Vt. ST. AGREE.
DENTISTS. Oflloe Bnton woea, wan
strwt, between Main aad Front Row,
iMempbis, Tennessee. ...
' All not Operathms perfonao with
the least poistWe pain. Dioses of the Alveolar P cesa
and Gams treated in the Mt skillful wanBer. Fall or
nartial Seta of Teeth set oa GatU Perch or Gold, with
the latest improvonHots, and sttabaxtied.
Tt. C BROWN.
TKltvrt AT LAW. Marion. Ark., practices in
A vk.ni MiMlv. MisslssiBC Green. Randolph,
LawTeace, lnd.pcadance, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Fraaeis
and Monro ooanoes, ibaii '-TOa
TR SAMUEL GILBERT, BE., nas returneo wow
XJ homestead near Memphis, and reopened bis Infirm
ary, and wm remain pernwneotly. He treats the follow
., n.uir ihimiu : roeert. Seroflhla. Wht'e Swollleg.
Tumors and W' as, without Surgical oieratioi. He also
i...t. .Tt (ThrMiicFeBaieerl'eaees. S -re. . f longstanding.
Tetter. Rheumatism, Syphilis, and all forma of Mercurial
Affections. . .
Dr 6 . deems it aaaoeess ary to say more, as he has Mr-
eg wltass of his success from Main to Oregon.
J VltECBIHlM. ................. ..ED. A. BEECHES..
WICKERS HAM & BEECHER,
A TTORNET8 AT LAW. Memphis, Tennessee. OSee,
Ko JfffersoB street. laal-tf
striTH P. RANKHEAD,
a TTrtRNST AT LAW. Memphi. Tenn. OfSce tn th
i Poet Offio Block, over Aydtett & Oa., third story.
.TOHX A. NOOE.
a TTORNET AT LAW. Offlce in the Post OOce BniM-
V ing, Memphis, Tenn. zwr-tt
nr. It- I.. I. A SR. I.
-r itv. tmr Phveaetaa aad Ditctor of several Hospttata
Li ia Germany, BMuabor of dlaoretit Medical Societies
In New Tork has located In the city of Memphis, and of
fer his services to the public as PhysicUa, Accoschor,
n, .ii MMraUiiH la Sarcerv.
C- OOce oa Wathiaetoa street, between Mam aad
T. T. RICBABDSOK..W. W. WHEATLET. .M. A.HIOOS.
Richardson, Wlicatlcy & Higgs,
A TTORNETS AT LAW OOce on the corner of Second
r us uoan iirms, anasin, inu. v..-.j
TIT?. THftS. KELI-ER.
LATE of TuscumWa .Alabama, has located permanent
ly in Memphis, ad offers hi services to the public
m all the tranches oi ms profession u u
. . ku, nrmnM br Dr. Brvan. comer of Shelby
and Uetoc streets. Having recently made a careial aad
general seleetlon of Surgical Instruments, he is Prepared
for aU the operation of Surgery. Residence on Shelby
strew, between H. -ling ana. ireaovaui sirrr...
WiRKEIX &. SEARCY.
a ttor-et AT LAW. Memohls. Teoressee. Wm.T.
HaskeU and Robert Searcy have associated thea
mv.i tocaiher in th practice of Law. OScc. In tfce
-cr.ikcr Black. neviG-dJm
A TTORNET AT LAW. Covingten, Tenn. AH huslnain I
entrasted to Ms care will receive prompt attentlo.
i TTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., wlB practice
the uotsrts or Mempnis ana me n esi.ra ai-
X3r OiSce sonth of Oourt Square, adjoining that of the
Chancery ueun Vytera.
rr.HF.RT H. OSBORNE
tt-vttt.t. wiettee Law In the Courts of Hardeman, Fay.
W tte Ttoton and Shelby, also In McNslrr and Har
Au- nunitiM. and In the Supreme C-nn. at Jackson. AH
.,.. Mtmirf to tlTr tOl receive prompt and faith:
f al attention. H!' office Is in tha Chancery Clerk's offlce,
uiTir V.MM1& coontv.Tenn. novxi
inirvp "P 4 RREIXT.
A Tenn. Offlce corner of Main and JeSerson It reels,
over Lehman & Co.'s.
tt.i.r to Hons. Henrr Plrtte. W. F. Bollock and Messrs
t flhntv-ii A Son. -Louisville. Ky.; Hen. James Pryor,
CarroUton, Ky.J McGregor, Alloway & Co., and Moses
Greenwood, New Orleans; is. au Apperson . uo.,
O. C. GRASTY,
"i-winVTrr AT LAW. and Commissioner for the
A States of Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi nd Ten
nessee. LOUISVILLE, KT., wiU promptly attend tobus
lness ntrusted to bis care, and enforce the collection of i
claims to this and the adjoining States.
BXFEEEKCES Hon. Jacob Thompson, Oxford, Miss.;
Hon. J J McRae, Governor ef Mississippi. Jackson;
i, it's nunMt -nr.shlneton Oitv: Col. B. F. DiU.
-it,i. T-nn : n-nt & Duval. Tucker. Brannxn &
Tiaskers. Geo. Blanchanl, Hughes &. Hutchlnson.Xouls-
iS-Offlce, MarL. Hall BaUdtags," Jllth street,
between Market aad Jefferson. jue
A. J. "WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE A7TD RETAIL.
G M O M M & ,
AKD DEALERS IS ALL KISDS OF
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner of Slain and TJnlen StaM
HAVE alwars on band a well and carnfclly selected
stock of artieles In their line, -which they will sell at
the fewest enrreat price.
J3T Orders promptly filled with dispatch.
AKD SEALER 13
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry,
CORKER OF 1TA1X AND ADAMS-STS.,
TAKES this seised of lnfermlnc bis friends,
nd ih. nahlii: crnerallv. that be has moved from
fcUMd stand tatha oarBtr f ltaia and Adams
uimu. irhare he will take nieasnre in exhibiting
anewandehoieelat of JKWXtBT, to those who may
favor hbn with a can, and will be pleased to execute all
orders tor repairs in his Hoe. He hopes, by honesty. In
tegrity, and his efforts topeease,to tain the conOaecce
and liberal patronage of all who may find It carenient to
vuit bis establishment.
r-j- jui orders lar repairing la every branch of my bnj
ateefi ptoenpW attended to. v&Ulr
J. B. SHAEPE,
So. SS itfadieon-tt., bttaten Trent Rev end Haiti,
WOCtDreepeetfnlly inform the merchants of Jiem
phts and snrroaoltnc eeontry, that he has yait re
tnrned trani the cities of Virginia, where bo stabHshed
a permanent Agency f r the sate of all grades of Virgin
H Tobacco, and Intends to keep constantly on bands
stock eonal to the demand, at aanaraotBrers' prices.
Being fully able to competo with the Xew Tort, Baltl
more, CtneinnaU and Sew Orleans markets, he Invites
the attention of all dealers in the above artida to nl?
stock before purchasing eteewhere,
ocSl-d&w-tf JTB. S1TARFE
V M'CAKVJ........ ........ .....' WILLIAM
McCANE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to "Wheat it TaylorO
Duvall's BlufTs, Arkansas,
At the cretnng of the 3ImphU and Little Rock Rrtl
na& on TPM'fe iJirrr.
THKT keep constasljy on hand Sugar, CoSTee, Salt,
Floor, MoUsses, and all other articles nasally kept
. rzrr- ihifh ibT will sell low for cash or ex
change for Mides, Fnrs and Peltries, or any other articles
broucht to the marie.
J3- Goods destined for Little Rock or th Jt
counties, shipped to Duvall's Hinns, wiu oe wrw.iu
tmmedtateiy, as there are always wagtas aau icaia. w
readiness to ban to any point.
We are now receiving and opening our
Fali and Winter
CONSISTING uf every varnUy of SU pi and Fancy Dry
Goods nsuallT kept in this market. Superfine Black
and Blew OKrths, Oassteeres; Doeskin, Cloaks, MantiSss,
Moire-Aatie.n?, Velvet Shawls.-tfetest style; Ladles
t. . , cnrriAr nnslitr Orase Shawls, a
ku.( HankeU. Negro CMh. Brosans, Ready Made
Clothing. Boots anJ Shors. Hata, and a variety of artWef,
too numerous to mention.
hi . .v i. irmr rnoM all." and examine my
.t-v jrT' n.Yinz vear nnrohasea. I bought tn the
very best terms, and am determined that none shall un
dersell me. I shall adopt the Cash System! erupt to
punctual dealers. . A-u. t
e No. 277 Msin street,
oct-dtwaw6m Old Stand of Fergnson fc Nelll
D. PANTE & CO.,
Tard Oil. Scan and Candle
i tt avn: itrMit. Mmnlii5. Tenn,
ocas-tt aiEMPiiih, its.-;
BREWER & CALDTOLL,
GENERAL G031HISSI0X 3IERCIIAXTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
h. oTrrewer & CO.,
TiBFER to J. T. Soutter, Jisq., rreswi wvi'
11 Republic New Tork; J. K. Sass, Bsc... Prcrtdta
Bank of Charlestou, S. C; Messrs. John Fraier i. Co.,
J. W. OaMwoll, Bk., Charleston, S. O.; Col. Wh. M
OhurchwelL Pr4ent Bac or jsata irentw",
ville; I. B. KIRTLAND, Esq., and Messrs. FALLS h.
OASH. Memphis. Tenn. tp27-0m
JOHN B. BOTTOj
AAm a ivT-n OTrm?
JiUU 1 iiJ. iJ OHUJJ!
V 13 17 A C II "E. 1 ,
No. GG Front ROW, TITE will continue as heretofore, giving special alten
w i I V h. ,.- ndRtorace of Cotton, at fifty cents
S1GX OF THE BIG S00T,
-nanju.,t..il..nhinil ftfinTfl .lid
TSSfl SHOES, of his own make, also of other Adfc i
rttO manufacturers. Hekep., aleo. Leather, V tjj
!ii. .nl tinor. olf Skin,. French and -
i ik piTidmr.. Trunk". Carpet Bags ana ba
ilees, all of which b wl l sell as cheap as any in tnis
market. Give hiriia call ueiore pnrcunn"!. """kh.
A. SraiEET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streeti,
augIS MEMrillSi Tbaa-
Walker & Brothers,
MAXUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING,
AKD DEALERS IS
Iry Goods, Boots Slocs,
Wholeoalo aa.cl Ftot-rxil,
No. 79 Pront Bow.
C vonolesarl nno i vTTbrl Tv1 r9Hfl of
hlnf arnrpltlr tnAOnf AClBred fOT this HM-f-
t-t. and'are oceniDc the best serecKsl ttoctsof
brought here, which we .Her at the lowest possible prices,
being enabled to compete with any bout, through the
faculties of our house m Philadelphia.
U hlUUP VI J uwvw. . . ,
We would especially invito the attention of country
-l,.nt Vnnvtrir that w, an and Will SUtt all SO
very t ' ara sea.
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic
Wines, Cigars, Frnits, &c.,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
TirP-p-ic.f.c. anfi Anothecaries.
3fcin frtf, r.erf door to Odd Fttttuit' Rail,
nrnn nnllPS ISI1 HrnTCUP?
XllUD AliAUUO aiia iiaajaavai.,
-tritrrrAl. Surflcal instruments. Fancy Goods,
I i p. int. Oils. Window Glass. Patent and BoUnle
M rl It 1 P -e , uarucu wb, wuuu, -
5-.Ercry article sow by ns warxamea as rvpresca.
-""' - ... . , .
HVOLLINTINB, Esq., has removal ms uw umce
. over the Store and Commission House of Fowlkes,
I Mount it Co., on Jenexson street, Between isirai um
I and Main street.
B t. DUROSE.
a TTORNET AT t,AW, Memphis, Tenn- Offlce on east
M .Me nf Vain street, between Jefferson and Adams,
"nefrr to F. Titus. MeEwen: Harris Jt McNeill, J. D,
Williams, W. B. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
Moon. Titu. fc. Co.. New Orlsaas. Janl4-u
n I.. nvs0S J S. ARMSTRONG
HERROX' & ARMSTROXG,
a TTORNETS AT LAW, Cofleevllle, Tabusha county.
Mississippi, will pracucew wecounueaoi iiouu"
.v. T.ii.h.trhle. IIarette. Panola. Carroll. Choctaw,
Chickasaw, and Calhoun. Alo; In the United SUles
Court at Pontotoc, Vice Chancery Court at CarroUton,
acd High Court or .Errors ana jipprais iwkuw.
New ORLEAXS-McRae, Coffman a, Co., raniTuune rtnnnrMT -sr A fmmCP GL
JtCo., Bochanan, CarreU uo-'.J. uumsiae a.
Tnwler A Co.
Memphis Coi'ltt, mil fc Tataadge, Ferguson
KeUL Lownes, OrgUl X Co., O. B. jonnson, ji. r.
Appeal Offlce. janjo-iy
JAMES T. TAYL0Rn-----,'-w B K0SS.
TAILOR i KOSS,
GENERAL C03U1ISSI0X MERCUAXTS
IVo. 6 Monroe Street, Mcmpliis,
WILL make liberal c isu advances on all consignments
of rrodnos or Merchandise.
Reftrtnca Henderson, Terry & Co., 8. O. lelson A
Co ,Kew Orleans Speed i. Strange, S. M. Apperaon fc
Co.J Memphis. norl4-3m
PATTERSON, MARSHAL j & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
Ac 49 Front Row, Memphis, Tonn.
Orra charges f r selling Cotton on arrival are Fifty
Ctnts per Bale ; for storing and selling Seveaty-Flve
Cents. AH Cotton Insured unless otherwise Instructed.
feblV-iiawly , ,
jTjtTMlTlI...J. B.MEACKAM... WBlTErlELP.
SailTH, MEACHAM &.CO.,
W liolcsivlc Gl'O cevs,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants,
ISo. IS Front Row, Memphis,
HAVE now on hand a fins assortment of Bagging and
Hope of tt best brands, together with a complete
and wen selected stock of the various articles usually
kept in our business, to which w invito the attention of
Agm'ufor the sals of "Pike's celebrated Magnolia
-tTaUky." and Joaes, Lloyd StCo.'s Southern Mancfac
JuredKaUs!. SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.
1. r. BILL
.J. T. HATLET.
HILL & HAYLEY,
3XTo. 35 IT'rortt ito a--' .
OVER D. II. TOWXSEXD'S,
nrra c.nin fia crnta ner bale. Fer Storing and Sell-
P mr. 75 cents pr bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
btored by as will bs covered by Insurance, unless ether.
Bagging, Bops ana nanuiien auppues
A. A. SMITH WICC....J. what...
RMITHWICK, WRAY li CO.,
3 ifadtson-sf., bwteen from jioib no juin-t..,
Vp Stiirt, MEMPHIS, TESS.
STRICT attention given to Selling .and Storing Cotton
and FrodHce consigned to ns.
s-. B Orders for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Sup
plies filled with care and despatch . Qharges for Selling
and Storing Cotton, fifty cents per bale. angsi-tm
A. 172. HOPKINS fc CO.,
( Sucrmors fo Potrefl i- Co.,)
Cotton Jf actors
JiO. 41 UNION STREET,
sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
tTwiLss veiuiosTj -
,..i,,i. ( ) M. S. JllTAIt,
Late of Panola. MUs.l Late of LaGrange, Tenn.
VEHOT, BEIAK & CO.
Cotton Factors, uoiiiixubsauai a
Ko. 6 Front Row, over Meaeham & Galbraitli's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
a.mn- rutins rhirres 60 cents per bale.
s- All cotton sent to ns will be covered J Insurance,
unless otherwise Instructed. a
T. B. XORJIEXTj
i COMMISSION MEECHA3TT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
1 LARGE stock of Bagging and Rop always on hand.
APl"EBSO!r....C. DELOACH.... -DAVID ADAMS.
E. -ITL APPERSON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AND DEALERS IK
Baszin-, Rope, Groceries, &c.,
No. G5 Front Row, and b Jetlerson bireet,
rt- Particular attention paid to storing, selling and
smpptuf; Liouoa. --
. . . . . . i lirhri
New Orleans, La.
WAL.KER & SNIDER,
No. 123 Canal Street,
JmylSlawly kew uitUKA.a, la.
C M. HORTOS
n. c. noRTOir,
Late of Montnalla, MiM.
C. M. HORTON &
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
zxtfUiStoppotitc I. B.Kirtland'i Office,
per bal, and totne seieciion anu pmuiui 01 .uj ...w.
In market. Office removed from No. 3 Front Row toNo.
3 Madison street. nearly opy-otltc Union Bant. apg20
S. M. GATES """
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOBS, GKOCERS,
Prodncc and Geisral commission
Ifo. J Union sfrrrf, btl-aeen Main ana rmw ww,
A FTER an active application to bmlness, for over
eleven years, we, jor mc mis. wiut,.wiw...
-it-. i fljnt r ,mr abilitv to mease such as may
confide their business to our charge. Onr stock of Big
gins Rope and General supplies win noi oo tiwn iu
the dty. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made on consignments la store. Insurance on Cotton or
other rroduce, In store, will only be effected upon actual
Cotton by st'eaaera will, at all times, be Insured while In
transit, with rroUcy, unless otherwise Instructed on
the faceof bias laatng.
t .11 ,.nr friend, who have ao liberaily patronised os
during years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a conunuaace 01 men l anuu..
JunlS-dawly iAina a. nuuw.
imiulaw noWARD ra. T. ho w Ann.
W. HOWARD fc CO.,
Coton Factors, Commission and
orwa ruing aierciii
NO. 4 HOWAfil'S KUW, fttCiUr-MIO,
lAiulmi Pnrwr. A IT. null, - .j . iimui, uumjv.
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
rtjiih aflTinces Biae on wwni ia iwrc wi me
shipment. All Cottons Insurea unless otnerwise instruct-
and srtllar Cottons, Jhe sam as
years pait flftr cenU per bale.
.J. M. BEID.
B. RED & MO.,
C, Alt O 11 FaCtOT S
n Tmrp Ttnw. MEMPHIS. TENN.
A LL Cotton sent to onr address insured, unless lnstruc-
p. -, -ceivtd
uk .are. Wr and Sell Lextsn at nny
T V. ATDIXTT ......J. o. --
T. F. AYDIiETT & CO.,
KO. M CRAVIER-ST.. Ulix.r.a.ii3
DOUGHERTY & AYDIiETT,
NO. 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
-rxTlLL make cash advances on an uotton or can
VV duce shipped to T. P. Aydletta Co., xew un -
GRAHAM & HILL,
J I T nnr Onen Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con- . ...,,. , ..1.. r;t or Country
T.inilOra S to by water; also, the rlskof Fire while In P7'an.e,o7 every description,
i.iqU0rS, Bl,. ftberw Ustructed Our prices jtor storing fjfig2', Warrants', Stocks Renting and
i, y I iifL 32 AvAvlatJ?
JOIHUllhblWil ailffl uiucei nicivaaBiO
decJO-dawJa NO. 9 FRONT ROW.
MEMPHIS, 1W, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1857.
CUDDY, BROWN & 00.,
36 CAMP STREET. NEW ORLEANS.
pASH advance, mads on an Cotton --
j consigned as above, By
T. J. DAVIDSOR".
...A. C. 2 LAIR
nAVmSON. ELLIS & BU&m,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding aim
jteaiw, ... "'t
. j ,..inn Snonlles always on
R0PH, BaggWg aau ,Qn2jlwtf
J. 31. PATRICK & (JO.,
NO. 18 FROST KMi 'J1-" ' '
. it rtHrn ,uiItii far sale
TTTILL give strict atienuou w u
?.eI!.lV'.?rtM Onlera for Bagging, Rope and
Ur PromPt Jpatrice: k CO.
CO T T ON FACTOR
. -o vv i T wlUin
No. 5 Monroe Street, Dei. troni uuv unuoau,
wr 1, ITIannfillQAfi.
T) ARTICULAR attenUon paid to sal. and shipmoatof
X,iS Plan-UUon Sule. furnlshod at
lowest maraei iur
S.3T. I. Verser
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant
wnhv A: Hunt's Now Block,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Frent Row, Memphis.
. u..ma. in fliiicff orders for
T WILL pay pamciu.t
J. Groceries, JJiSBin. "t
.f. C. GRIFFINS & BRO.,
T.Tftin Street. Mempnis, Term.
. . a. ai,inti heretofore.
W'JSJS .uSmcntno oVfriendsln
Kew Orleans. . -
- on.rr.tn r . THEOBALD.
Frankfort, Ky- Memphis, xenn. x.
THEOBALD, GRIFFlIVti & "m
General Commission Merchants,
NO. 71 CAair Mltr-r-i,
jVEIK ORLEiHS. LA.
,L. C. "COn.vELL
Holly Springs, .suss.
MASON & N0RVELL,
XO. 165 MAIN STREET,
"10NSTANTLT on bnnd, Bagging, Rope and
Q Supplies. ..
rtRASI.EY & L.OTING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
V m. o r tx A vr J- v w t
NO. 12 FROM
LARGE stockof Rope and Bagging alwaysoa hand.
. " r- hi.. all other Produce al
UHUinulU -TJ.'. . I nm T.t
usual raees. Instructions stneuj -"T",':
r-mlUnce. AH Produce usurta,
- .. ;, ,. " SAMUEL C. AI0C2IT.
TIIOS. JErt t.V"
VO W1jK.ES. MOUNT & CO.,
Post Office Building, Jeuerson-oi:,
V "'v" v"iJw." r.C. r,nr,.e in the cltv.
-r rvr ris; in f irr-i iihji naiiuuu i
StSSln '.torPTac aer In.urance, unless In
st-ctea to tno conj. v. ind
flaatVcoverod by our Open Policy of Insurance, unless
"' i r. hirf nm Udini.
otnerwue exprr-. '-""-rm SnBI1iits
X3- Ord " rilrt-dawYm
. c.-wTm-r-r - mt
r Pi LSaUJEnJJai vy)'..
For the Sale, Storag and Shipment of
Ttn. Q FROTT ROTT, MEaiPUIS, TENN
I -orders for Bagging, Bal Rope, Urocenes, rr0T-
7. Plantation Supplies, Oliea careimiy
r'JX .i- .lib tawrftt current rates. augl-wly
T. STBATTOK, J J - C
t M'niriTT. I
s-TiJATTftX. McDAVITT & OO
J J-w- --J
GROCERS AND GENERAL
KO. 70 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN
ALL consignments Insured unless otherwise lnstruct
J Ageit. for " GRISWOLD'S celebrated CTT0.
. j e.ii p.ll. .1 TtWT KTfl
We continue to store aau otu
. .inrv of Power-loom and India Bag.
glng. Machine ad Hand R-p-, togetner wim a o,,
of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wc
will fnrnlsh to our customers at the lowest market pikes.
uaiuau, . " " " - - , .
r. II. WTLLIAMSO.
FRANSIOLI & WILLIAMSON,
Importers. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
y an German VaSeS,
SILVEK, SILVEB, PLATJSJJ,
GERMAN SILVER & BRITANIA WARE
FINE TABDE CUTLERY, &c., &c
luMiln Street. Memphis.
A LS0, Looking Glasses, loosing mass
LAl Traye, Parlor Lamps, Chandaliers, Glrondoles, etc.,
mil. ,lf ' J
and General Agent,
BEAL ESTATE BBOKEB,
nT,n rEI.IlWS' HALL,
or uaui oinni., v.
C avM onrl fVin tir-nmPTiiE rlOilUlCU.
TT..In. Ane..e.w4 . .HrvfrVf. (if Iff. J. IT. CALDWXLL,
U44Uh VMhPvw auv ovs-.- - - , .
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
ssles or every oescnpiion, urn." '
ATADE OS COSSIOSMEXT1.
F -storage ana consignmeirvs dwii-i.
S. I m Agent for The Adams Espross Oominesr,
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BT
Fashionable Hatter, 75 Front Row,
10,000 FAIRS OF
BOOTS", SHOES AND BROGANS,
TOR SALE CHEAP AT
vw ,i-t i-iatojjs
ctlJ-ly No. 75 Front Row.
C. C. MAYDWELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OPPICE,
WHERE an be found all description of Grave
which will bo furnished as cheap as it can
in any market Wt. Also, Building Work don at
it Is to the interest of All persons wanting such work
nnrrhate from thr, yards at Memphis Instead of purchas.
me from Arents'. aa th Manntactors hav to addl th
twenty per cent, thai' is paid Agents to the work sold
them, southerners, lOOE to your interest.
dec3-daw6m 0. 0. MATDWELL.
fltls; steurauls, fir.
THE subscriber havlngopcned the above men
tioned House, on the West side of Shelby street,
between Gayoso and Union, la now prepared to
receive all who may favor him with their pat
Hli house Is situated convenient to the steam
boat landlngand contiguous to the business portion of
the city, and passengers wishing to take the Railroads
can take the omnibuses from the door. The Hons Is
entirely new, and has been newly furnished from top to
bottom. He solicits a share of the public patronage.
dectS-3ra M. W. MASON.
Corner of Main and Adams Stroet,
TniS House is situated in the centre of buslniss, and
is now finished and in complete order. The Ptoprietor
pledges himself It shall not be surpassed by any House In
the Sotttl wrst
Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestowed
on him for th last two years, be hopes by a street atten
tion to business to merit a continuance of the same.
oc7-tf J. J WORSnAM, Prbprletor.
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON ST3.
THIS establishment has Just undergone thorough re
pairs in every department. Rooms neuly painted
and papered; bedding thoroughly renovated; there is net
even a mattress that is not new or equal to new ; carpett
mostly new, fee. In one word the house is now in de
cidedly better orferthan It has ever been since It was
built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to the
Haute since I have occupied it, ana having renewro two
leases, one on the House, the other upon my age, I hope
to be aDl XO give mora aiicuwuu mm uviriuiuio. J BU
determined to mak my guests comfortable.
oc7-tf v. uwjmisu,, rroprietor.
ON rrxiON STREET.
THE sidwerlbers teipecttully Inform their old friends and
ALL the public, that they have opened a new Restau
rant on Union street, where they are prepared to furnish
.v. ,..! thit on be found in the market, served
lnthebestFaritlsn styles. Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Biros in ia, cvnjiiuuto .u.
m ih ( .nd mast delicate enlcurean taste.
Give us a call. We have six different rooms for th ac
commodation of Private Parties. We will not be ouiaone
In any branch connected with our business.
n r wsvon wT"rt TP tw aT. 1 PT L'TJ
J an 1 6-if iii.jix-r.tvti uir v uiiiDii.
W0RSHA3I HOUSE COXFECTIOXERF
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Taney Candies,
Adams Street, under iuo hup
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits in their own Juice, Jellies,
s.rdin... Txibsters.Soiced and Plesled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, nnc Wines, Brandies, aU
-' J . .t. itv. 1,1. .I.K
IB COUU1.llOU wiu .uia -" "
IlshmentI have fitted np an Oyster
Saloon, and will receive fbesh
OTSTEBS by every packet.
S. P. HKIUIIKTTU.
Bjr V. BACIGALTJPO,
Corner "Washington-St. aad Tront sow.
RECEIVES FRESH SHELL
!rC I fc I nTSTItTi!thvevervDcket. and Is
Q; cTi. S'now ready to wait upon all who
will give nim a ii, i"
O- Families suppiiea at ail uoars.
Satisfaction given, or no sale. oct26-d3m
JK JE C E S S
By H. A. Vaccaro.
.rpp. FINE LIQUORS,
JS t ftf of all brands; Ha
uTS vTin Cigars. &c,
NrT V. A5tr direct from Custom
House, New Orleans. Oysters, Rrfrshants, ana au
other Luxuries, day and night. octl7-3m
P. H. HEINRICH & BR0.,
AT - ASD
297 MAIN STREET,
KEEP constantly on hand a largo variety of PLAIN
and FANCT CANDIES. CAKES, Fruits, Preserves,
etc., wholesale and retail. We are also prepared to fur
nish parties at the shortest notice.
IN connedlon with
tkeep open our i.Aiiiisa- ana
rTV OTcf.GKNTLEMENS' OXSTiil OA
SitP' LOON from 9 o'clock A . M., to 12
o'clock r. M.,and are receiving auriug u wuore -ju.
FRESH OTSTEBS Dy every iBWir.
We solicit a share
of the public patronage.
,yS THE Proprietor would in-
.,, nublic that he has
ttVvCv onrneri far the season, and fitted np la the
.....-i- a 1. nnTT DrtDared to accom
modate the traveling public equal to any ResUursntln
the city. Having naaconsiaeraoie eapsireu m ihciw,
to the public, be hopes to receive a liberal patronage.
Every attention paia to my panona mo
Wild Game. Oysters, Lobsters, Sardines, always or.
band; the best the market aflbrds. Call at No. 30Jf-
ferson street, norm siq, neai uwi ,
p. S. Meals at all hours.
A n. MITn....Bo 1 . OUIIIJllI....tUA.w.. u
SMITH, GBTnRIE & CO.,
Foreicn and Domestic Liquors,
AKD AOEKTS TOR THE SALE OF
VirKinia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 564 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
J. Iff. MEcFABBIIV & CO.,
(LATE TRIPLE TT, M'FADDIS & CO.,)
No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. L.OUIS, MO.
"VRDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour,
Grain, oc, soiiciiea ana pruminr
HABVET R. HAUTET
C. M. HARYEY & CO.,
!0MMIS3I0X & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRA-TIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
WrV OUR personal aiiemion , - ' -1
M will be given to the Sale or fesrgl
!SJJ, Forwarding or won "' v: l.
iEHSjaProduco cooiignwl to our""" " "
above 1." -shipment either by saU or steam vessels, at
lowest rates. . . , . " ...
O address. cwiuwBiw-mri.u.
We have had several years- n(tmui i.i T,
In th. purchasing of Staples and assorted erchwdls
REFER TO l., J. l. 1 "" ! J!
Strange, Hannan a ananas.
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. BuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS I.N
PAPEBS OP ALL KINDS,
Main-Street, jLouisvillc, Ky.
n. ITTZOEBALD...CHAS. C. BILL. J. WOODWOTH,
H. FITZGERALiD & CO.,
(Stifcessors to Park, Simpion Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Front How, Memphis,
Jfc a O, O O O WOH.TH
CUEWIXG AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
At lVtonufaetarers Prices.
AMONG which may be found
Wm. Oompton'a clebrated brands, Lynchburg ;
Headerson sna tioicomoe cranas,
Dr James Saunders " Harry of the West, he. "
O. Ford's Anna Rice, &a., "
R. J. Wadt's brands, "
Jas. Thomas, Jr.'s Cresoent City Paragon, Richmond;
Cosby k, Wlnfree's atar or juenm-a rnae or va.
A. Dill's lg, aiaynower, ot.
Col:man Wortham's " 0. W. Iris, " "
nardgrove's " Indispensable, but., "
r. u Coscv. 10. M. Cosby brand) DanviHe;
Withers & Ayres Young America, "
W. T. Southeruns- oraaa, "
Tt. y. Richardson " Old Caswell, " Beedtttle. N. 0.
Wim a great variety of common brands too numerous
to mrntlon, allot wmcn wiu De soia ai,uuiua trm
riPA to close consignments.
Every article warranted fresh and genuine, and
from th factory.
J. B. SHARPS, Wholesale Tobacco Factor,
decff-Iwdaw3m No. 25 Madison street.
rnninnderslmed have opened a Carriage Factory
L Second street, between Washington aad Adams
streets, where they'are prepared to Manufacture and Re
Alr riarriaees at the shortest notice. All work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share ot public patronage
MJan3-Jy S. BURR & CO,
par.iattoit uplus7 (BicJ
(Sttcctuor to inWcBiaon ir Hancock,)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars 8c.
K0. 19 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Bay,
PC C BBLS Mess Poi;
60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard ;
tierces sugar-cured Hams ,
20 kegs Shot, assorUd slses
100 bUs Whisky.
All of which we will sea cheap for cash at N. 49
Front Bow, Memphis.
julyl s. B. WII.I.M 1130.1.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
irholesale and Retail Dealers In
ICCA PIECES Bagging, hand and power-loom
LOOK) Brands ; 1450 colls Rope, best brands ;
60 hbds. best Brown Sugar;
;600 sacks Coffee ; 0 hhds Bacon ;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra quality;
600 bbls beat brand Boston Nails ;
100 bbls. and bait bbls Mackerel ;
60 kits Mackerel No. 1;
60 bbls. Clashed Sugar; SS bx best Loaf Sugar
1000 sacks Salt; 63 bbls. Molasses; W half bbls do;,
100 be.t brand Flour ;
100 bbls. best Dexter and Dean Whisky;'
100 reams Wrapping Passr:
And a general assortment of prime Brandies aad Wises ;
also, Teas, Pepper, Spice. Ginger, Soda, Shot, ueaa, ana
an artieles kept In our line ef business, which we will
sell on the very best terms to our customers and the
trade generally. augld
WE have Just received this day, and oBer for sale, low,
10,000 yards Kentucky Jeans and Ltadsey, for Ne
gro Clothing, of various colors and prices ,
200 doxen Old Brandy, bottled In 1S47 ;
150 boxes and half boxes Stir Candles.
DAVIDSON, ELLIS k BLAIR,
aaslf- ' No. 19 Mam street.
mnK subscribers keep on hand the following articles.
JL which they warrant to b of first quality, and for
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers;
E. Carver it Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior artlcl ;
r ime. Cement and Plaster Paris ;
Together with a general assortment of all artlcl. s isu-
ally kept tn aurocery store.
GWTNNE k, GIBSON,
xifl Nos. 1 aad 2 Exchange Bonding.
Mrs. Susun Ivaiid
TTTOULD announce to the ladies of Memphis and th
V y adjoining country, that she is preparea to
Cut and Mako Dresses
ftpr the new lnrsnted style, and at the shortest notice.
She : nrenared with Models and Book Instruction
to CUT DRESSES, and all kinds of Ladle.' wearing appa-
ral, after the n- -ly invented ratttms 01 nun. j. u.
r.Bntr.c nr Buffalo. New Tork.
Mrs. Susan Land professes to teach or Impart the art
of Cutting to any person in a few hours, so mat mey cai.
measure themselves or others, and make beautiful fits.
Her residence is on the comer of Mala and Union streets,
np stairs, in the third-story. scpaw-om
.V m w goods:
EMPOEIUM OP FASHION,
And Ladles' General Furnishing, Cloak
and Mantilla Establisnmtnt,
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TEWK
WE ar now receiving and opening oneof ,
the largest and most magnificent stocks of
vr.nrh Mllllnerv and Fancy Dry Good.,
K.,.r,M tn tiii ollv. Also, a very select assort-
-.n. .i mrh Tires. Gcnds. entirely new. Silks. Cash
meres. Marenos, DeLalnes, and a large variety of all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
tt- mii a.rttcni.r aiieuLiaii is dui jiuiwtij
raent, consisting of Chenille, Moss and Uncut Velvet
.! an cwiin Italian and Ensll.h Bonnets i Flow.
ers. Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5,000
worth of One French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and Gimpure Laces ; all styles or
Emliroidercd, Velvet and Cloth
n Ti U A Ji. o ,
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, C:ad.
Dresses. Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress.
es. &c, &.C. ,
vn -Emoroiaering ana siimnumuic, viv..,w
Dresses made to order In a few hours at cheapest prices.
Ladles, please can oeror purcoasmg mtwutic.
Ordtr-s from the country promptly attended to.
octl M. STULMAN k. CO.
vnTiucni.T'nf the firm of Mooney ka&ZS:
i,reen, voiuu icijuwu .-j .
r. , , ,k.i i. i. .iui itW'
the OKI siana, wiiu a nvw v,
. ... . 1.1. t .nnn m . , T.' . I , . T
Trees, consisting of
ii, n. Arrv. Sirawberrv and Grape Vines. In va.
rletiesi with a good supply of Evsrgre.ns, Green Douse
t,,.k.. nnt. Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or Order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attended to. and an plants guarantiedto order and de
livered any part of me city, nee oi uir.
Nursery on Main street, South 3t"flBm
ctll-dSm Receiver of Mooney St Green.
TO HORTICULTURISTS AND PLANTERS,
. I would respectfully remind the ettlsens
ifiirt SJses. m Memnhls and auircunding country that
igai'Sg the season for transplanting Fruit and Or
rUllTWk. namental Irees Is fast approaching. Great
5, additions have been made in every depart
ment, inor particularly amorg Fruits. A mor select
and varied collection his never been offered for sale In
the Southwest, consisting In part of ovr one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, oTi, Scuppernong, California, etc.
rir.ne vines. Fiss. Ra.pberrles. Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; English Walnuta and Filberts, Texas
Pecans, cnesnuis, etc., cic.
Green-bons Dlants. Bulbous Flower Boots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which ar
nriv2 000 Maznolia Grand Flora.
Tn .'dltlnn 1o the aDove. I am now receiving a large lut
of Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence of having to
move most of my stock on hand, I will sell it very low.
Pnrtkiuri miv relv on everything being whatltls
represented, and sales may be effected oa very favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near th
-it jm s. M. WHEATON
p s. D-irlng my absenco from the city, all orders win
meet with prompt attention if left at the store of J.
Wlldberger. - "
ETCHAVARWE & BRO.,
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on tha
Horn Lake Road, have on hand a nn as
sortment of SHRUBBERY, In every d-,
iiartment, consisting In part of
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Anrieots. Kcctarmcs, Ac.
i. n..nhrr-r. Ktrawberrv and Grape Vines, in va.
-inti..' with a rood aucnlyot Evergreas, Green House
Plants, uuiDous twoim, Atu
rt.Am.m tmm . iuciiuce. uxamDimc. wiia ui.i. wk wi
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punc
tually attended lo, ana au a-iaoi. pmun
and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge.
We attend to arris slag and laying off Gardens ia town
or country, at the snortesinw ice.
For Sale Low to the Trade,
w r f rECS nails .
O U U 350 pieces best Power ind nand Loom Bagging J
SOO c lis atacQine Aop.j
&0 colls Manilla Hop I
100 pounds Twine.
DOUSEERtT . ATDLXTT,
10Tj 23 Frent Row.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
Tumwiin .S will be received st tb Engineer's Office
r the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, until February
10th, 16o7r for toe uraaiog, uu oiiubui bi im
Railroad, rrom aprmg aim 10 opiwaitc uic w.u v. wmw
bla, about tnirieen miirs.
Th abnva work comprises some heavy rock cutting
about six thousand.perches of Bridge Masonry, and six.
.n hundred feet of Bridging.
Plans, Profiles and Specifications msy be seen at any
time, and any further Information obtained by addressing
J. H. DxTraBtrx, Division Engineer, at coiumoia,
NMbvnl, Dt. 15, 155WtsWtirailiet
J9JE W ROUTE
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
OPEN TO COItli XII.
Nand after AOV. 15, 15SS, TUJlUi.liU MA1LTBA1A
in leave Memchis. 9AILT. at 7:00 A. M , arriving
at Corinth at 12:30 p. K.; at SomerviUe at 10:00 A. M.
Returning Leaves lrmn i r. as., ooatnuit,.
-This Train connects at Corinth with a double Dally I
mr 1 mf h uamsoa l.w r, A.
lone Of nrstciasaxv.. v"., -
Eastern Division of the Memphis and Charleston Rail
road. Thence by Railway direct, ana connecuene sure
with aH Eastern cities.
Staging reduced to forty mlllt, and track-laying pro
gressing rapidly, jt
THROUGH TICKETS Kid to tho to3owing points :
Thl. Triln also connects with th Mississippi Central
Railroad to HoHy Springs, Oxlord, Grenada, Canton,
Jackson, &.C, he. ,
Also connects at Grand Junction Station with Tennes
see Central RaHroad to Bolivar. Jackson, Hnntlngien
and -other places.
ooahontaawitSTri-weekir Line of
Also connects at Pi
Coachei to Ripley, Pentotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus,
xilROCGII TO NASHVILLE IN 31 HOURS,
Via the Mempnis and Charleston, Nashville andChatta
rleoga Rallroaia only 40 miles of Staging, against
ISO y any other route. ....
. f!nv linn ATTON WAT TRAIN runs dally (ex
cept Sundays) between Mraphis and the Junction with
the Mississippi Central BaUread:
Leaves Junction 7.00 a. M. ; arrives a. jseiapiu. .
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r. At.; arrives attho junction
C.-OOp.M. . .
Freight Trains lervo Memphis for Pocanontaa uaiw
at 1 A. i. Doors close at 4 r. M.
Through Tickets enly, on the above Routes, can be ob
tained at the Commercial Hotel, as well as Information
connected with the Road.
Passengers are requested to purchase ncxeis oerero en
tering the cars, and save payment of extra fare.
BiniM checked to all stations on the Railroad, and
so Baggage wal be received without being checked.
Each passenger will be auowea sevemy-uve poaima m
baggage by Railroad, and slxly pounds by Stage; but no
article will be earrtea s caggage inai is no. mucu.
the person of the passenger. In case of loss th Com
pany wal betd themselves responsible for an amount not
Negroes, when traveling alone, mast have a permit, na
ming the point to which they are to go, and specifying
that they are to travel cy rauroaa, or lacj nui
Superintendent of Transport at ton.
For Daltimore, Washington, N'eiT
w.-,r Ph!l,1.1nl,ln. JtC-
Direct Through Line for the East!
Baltimore and Olilo
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (379
ralles.i and to Washington, 1400 miles,) and presents
tho fullest advantages both as a freight and passengei
line It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
AU.rh.nles: and being solidly constructed, completely
equipped and carefully managed, 1. e of the most at-
tractive ana saxes iux. M w. j -- i
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and ZanesvUle to
Wheeling, unites this road wun au poruona oi mo mn
and Southwest. I
THE OStT TnROCOB tickets rnoai amriui,
rYinivir.t.i: and ST. LOOIS to the NATIONAL. ME-
TROroLis, are sold by this road, which runs direct u
Washington without tne ortay or uirenjj wiu-
more. It is also in omy am vj woicu
,wikI tn Withlnrton from the Ohio river.
By the MAIL ROUTE fromaempiHs.taxe in. man
sUamers, running dally for iouivuie, CBnuecims mere
wuq mail steamers or J eiierauu.um nuuu.M mi i
nati, when they arrive so as to connect with tha ears of
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, connecting there
with Central Ohio RaHroad, through Newark aad Zanes
vUle, to Wheeling. By the express train of this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore aad to Washington
is less than 27 hours.
f- sure to ask for tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
ri-Passengers from Mempnis going nasi inrougn oi
Lous, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio I
Rallraad. This route lays throngs vmcennes, Terra iihk, i
Indianapolis, etc., to Wheeling, over tne new unw ana
Mississippi and eonnnecting Roads. These connections
are all direct, aad the time from St. Louis to BaUimore
or Washington is bat about 43 hours. Through Tickets
ty this route may be had of the Agent, under the Plan-
lex's House, at tne lewwmfiiuni xiuudi.wjuii
Baltimore $25; to Washington $26.
At Wheeling the passenger takes th superior cars oi
the Baltimore and Obi Railroad, which leave three times
daily for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New
Tork. Through, in lb or 1 1 noura, mciauius siuwatcs.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of ihe country, and
general comfort, this road Is second to none In '.he Union.
vhkirttts. This comnany possesses tho largest
equipment of any Railroad In the United Sta.es, and Is
prepared to co an uumuisc uwuini w uwiinimuw.
The road makes immediate connection at the wharves and
in the streets of Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia and New York, steamers of Ericsson and Kalti
more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to New
Tork, aad by new Merchants' and Miners' Lin to Boston,
particulars, see freight tariff, copies of which may do nan
of tne xwrwansHg huuki u. ,i.& " V '
Receiving ana l orwarumg asiui n ram.
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLBTTK,
Jun25-ly Agent, 61 Front How, Memphis.
"NEW arrangement !
ESPECIALLT FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND
To the North and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
r j9 i jl n o & jd:
From Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Hours,
' . t, i. ri.... 'r. n-.
a - - . -
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
leaving the tame Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New York, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
.- i-m nairo to New York. Time from Cairo to New
York, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comfort great
er than by any other route. Passengers through are
HOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana and
Ohio, to tne x.t aiw.iuiiu.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunklik, and tho East, with Lake
Shore Rallroaa ana steamers ror iuhuc,
Sheboygan, ic, and with a splendid Line of first Clan
SUamers f or Sault SU Marie, Lake Superior, Colling
wood, Toronto, &c. ,
'Yalns leave Cairo Every aiorning ana urauBg aa ioi-
6.-00 A. M.
Chicago and Dsnleith Express, Sundays
ncepted. -,.. ,.v.
This Tram connccia at i,aico wuu in. iui. usai-
nlng Express, over Michigan uentrai, ureal w estern ana
ew Tork Central Rauroaos, tnrougn in inmy-one nours.
Thl. Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Louis and Vlncennes; at
Pana with Trains of th Terra Haute, Alton and St.
IjOUIs jtauroaa, lor uvwMtiwi, wu..u
nati; at Decatur, with Main Line ExprelWur Galena.
Dunlettn ; in lawer w"cii"i. . . hi wyiiufc-
fidd, Naples, Hock Island, Burlington and Qulney.
610 F. M.,-ew aora nxyrcsm, iiuiij. cbyicu.
ft'tAnninc only at Important SUtlons, except on Signal,
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur to
Dsnleith, and arriving ai cniugo ai x r. ai.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, win find at Dua
leitb steamers of tha Dunlelth and Minnesota Packet
' . .w- ...i .i -.-hi. r i
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Reawing.ai. raui, . rassengert
.n-v.iMiv!iie. and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con -
A ATkJIAiCIA JkTj X.
nect at Freeport with Tralas to Belolt and Janesvule,ani
from thsnee to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis-
The Maps and uaarts moicaiinr. m. ureal nf"
Route to the North and East are an exact transcript ef
Coltoa'aMapof the United States, and passengers ate
requited to examine this rout aawell as th running
time cards of the connecting Reads, and Judge forthra-
selves as totheeorrectnessof the above statements. Tte
opening of the HllnoU Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
l.-al.-. Vaawu 4 i TTwtTwSfP T ,rt Tirt Tt ltFg tA
auni.t r w-T I f)fEa tr f 8IC3.LU, Vu lUbc;uv.hUA UinBl.
aawell as th business man, attractions and faculties "f"f. V. ttu 'ot We may b secured from snail da
f or reaching the North and East, which surpass thosof ""J"' . p.riw deceased, with as much truth and
rtW rontn whatever. The accommodations fur-1 f"""011 n.i- .m.
nished by th. Company for the convenience of the trav
ellngpubUe, tho permanency or in roaa ana siruciurr,
the strength ana elegance or me tnginea aau .t., wiu- the order.
mend themselvea lo those who desire In traveling ipeed, ldirbBitl of these oUgroud photographs Is In
eSItli'iJ'tJu . i. . v .nred for a hundred years, if desired, as there Isro ehem-
lHiaisiuuuiuuiii 'i ""r . .r" C
.1 liTlnrarir itur DO int. can
do naa ai aicmpoi.,
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Offices on the line.
LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
J. A. MANNING,
LEAVENWORTH CITY, K. T.
Dealer in Land Warrants
He will attend promptly to Duying ana swims
Estate, colleellng debts, paying taxes, buying, selling
locating Lana warrmis, aas. toau oumucm puiuu
- nn .r. 1 ijtia Arencv.
Rcrcnrjf ces.-Co1. E. 0. McCarty, CoL J. J. Clark-
son and J. D. Henderson, leavenwarth City; J. C.
Dougherty and R. B. Hawley, Memphis, Tenn.; J. R.
Connelly, Hernando. Miss. novl9-w3o.
Scotch and Irish Whisky,
Jj'ST received, by H. H. POTTER,
daclS Mata-et.. 3d door North Worsham Hons..
Extension Dining Tables.
MAHOGANY, Oak and Walnut Extenslol Tables,
from ten to fourteen feet, ion?, Just received and lor
wis 17 McJONNST k CO.
VOL. VIL---NO. 278f
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE 4
Opozi to Como.
fS and after Monday, January 12th, 1857, THROUGH
MAIL TRAIN will leave Memphis daily. (Sundays
excepted.) at 7 JO a. ar., arriving af Como at 10.03 a. m.
Returning, leaves Como at llhiO A. St., and anlies at
Memphis at 1 r.af.
Thu Train connweta at Como with J. P. McAlexander 3c
Co. '.dally line of First Dass Post Coaches far Panola
and Grenada. Staging reduced to tS miles between Mm
his and Grena'ia through in 15 hours. The traveling
public may rely on this being a shorter and cheaper lento
to Gienada, Canton, Jackson and Vlcksburg than aa
The FREIGHT TRAIN wl make daHy trips. (Sundaya
excepted,) from and after Monday, the 19th of January,
to Como. It will bo expected that consignees wiH have
arrangements mad to receive their good at th station
on arrival, as the Company have only temporary arrange
ments for taking care of freights, and win not b respon
sible for the loss or damage to the same al that, station.
Passengers ar requested to purthase ticket befora
entering the cars, and sav payment af extra fare.
Baggage checked to all stations on the Railroad, and na
baggage wlli bo received without being checked. Each,
Bassengtr wiu be allowed 110 pounds o baggage fay Rail
road, aud 60 pounds by stage, but no article wiH be car
ried as burgage that is not in.ident to the person of the
In cae uf loss, th Cempssy win bold themsslves re
sponsible far an amount nog exceeding $50.
J3-Negroes, when traveling atone, mast have a permit
naming the point to which they are to go, and speetrymir
that they are to travel by Railroad, or they wiH not bo
canie L X. M. PATRICK.
FARE REDUCED !
Prom Memphis to Jackson, 83 50.
From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50.
Via Jackson, Waynesboro and
CONNECTING near Brownsville wiln,,th Memphis
and Ohio Railroad, aad at Thompson with th Ten
nessee and Alabama Railroad. This la tho cheapest routo
to Middle Tennessee, and travelers are assured that ao
poms or expense will bo spared to rendex them comferta
bH. The coaches, horses and drivers are superior.
Our uae connects at Jackson with J. W.Norwood Jt
Co.'s line of four horse post coaches to Nashville.
July 15 NORWOOD St FORTUNE.
Fare to Grenada 1 OO,
Including Omnibus Ticket to Holly Springs.
The Cheapest and Quickest Boats
Between Memphis ard Grenada
Is rum prnntid to the public via t.t
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads.
FOR tickets or information, sppiy to
auglO-dtf SIMS 4. CO.. Agents, Commercial Hotel.
jVT XTOTQ. DPXJES !
TTlRKSEand hot MINCE PIES are to be had everyday
' Sl?tfv aad
families serd regularly, on the shortest notice, wtta a
E" Parties furnished with Cakes, Confections, Wines.
Ac., on the shortest notice, and la bFZCBT'S usual good
style. Give him a call. aev37-oif
OQQ CAbKS Turner Brothers' Celebrated GtEjr
50 case's Blackbery Brandy;
25 " Pare Jaice Port WIb;
AO " assorted Cordials.
H. H. POTTTiR.
Mala-st.. si door north et.Wonhm Hss.
ltf,. o flJllV.
l NEW, light, elegant onl cheap Patent SPRING
AtATTltiisa, ror sale by
H. M. GROSVBNOR.
A SUPERIOR assortment of Piano and Mtlodeoas,
Just received by
H. M. GROSVENOR.
T- v . .ZT.
nyitv C9 CVT 1 J CCC'Jrta
TUST received, a large assortment of elegaat Velr,
1 Brussels, Tapestry, Xhre Ply. Suserlar aad Csmmoa
Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Cornices, Slc
sepS3-tf H. M. GROSVENOR. "
rflasic : Music:
PROF. T. R1V1NAC would respectfully aanousc to tta
cltisens of Memphis and vicinity, that he wis givs
instruction on the Piano and Guitar. Also, would stale
that he wHl Tana and Repair Pianos, Meiodeoas, etc. Ea-
ute sau.iatuou win oc given.
Those wihlsg to take lessons wUl please aeolv at Ale.
anJer h. White's Masie and Book store.
Thoss wishing to purchase a good Piano, Jnst caH- oa
him, aad he will select you th best In the city.
Reteresce Dr. Turner, R. S. TatUfero Dr. Wm.
Rogers, H. S. Bradford. Dr. Tattafero, J. L. Wtafield,
Rev. J. Rogers, Bason Jones, Brownsville, Tena.
I TAKE great pleasure tn recommeaaing Mr. P. RI
VINAC to the clttzena of Memphis, and partscularly to
my friend, as one ef the first Teachers la the South, and
hepeyon will ratrosrse him In his Uae of business, as ha
gives entire satisfaction. Respectfully,
novSS-m J. BARB I ERE.
t3 Baqnlrer copy.
I TSUS day lost in Memphis, aad as I believe, cn Wash,
ingten street, a small memeranda-bmA, and $1070 of
Arkansas Swamp Land Scrip.
No. 1013 for $ 40
i Xo. 1044 for 9o jOM
isiDcuwjtyKuurei, uu pajaeia a& rino
This is to notify the finder who the owner is, aad Is giro
aR persons notice not to purchase th- sam. A proper
compensation will b given by me'tothe finder oa delireir
30v2-tf THOMAS JAMES.
James and WiHlam Rodgers)
- f FetHien for the Sale of
Elizabeth. Bodgrs, St al., V Real andPeraonal Pro
heirs and distributees ofl perty for Division.
Cullen Codgers, dec"d. J
BT virtue of a Decree of th County Court of SheKry
County, made in the above cause, at the January
Term. 1657, of said Court. I wiu offer at public sate, oa
TUESDAY, February 10th, 1857, on tho premises,
The Tract of Land
belonging to the estate of Cullen Redxtrs. dee'd. about ft
mile, eastof Raleigh, on the LaGraage read, contatnlag
200 acres, more or less, and au, the SLAVES, seven in
number, belonging to the said esUV
I Tinsfs Tha Land will ba sold inh
'Th. Land win bs sold subject to th widow's
dower, for one-third cash, and the balance oa a credit of
one aca two years; the siaves for one-haif cash, aad lbs
balance on a credit of one year, the purchaser giving;
bond and good security, and lien being retained on" tho
Land until final payment.
JanlO-wtds JOHN P. TBEZKVANT. Clerk.
Clerk's Sale of land.
Wm. Rogers and wife, Mary"!
.1 Ucnty Court of Sh
deiased. H'L. - 3aa"T Tvm
PeUUon ex-parte to sea Land ( laa u
for partition. J
BY virtue ot a Decree in the above cause, made by tha
County Court of Shelby County, January Term, 1S37,
I will offer at public sale, at tho lata residence of CaOen
Rogers, deceased, on the LaGrange and Raleizh road, ok
TUESDAY, February 10th, 1S57,
A Tract of Land,
containing 125 acres, belonging to tho heirs of HB-aad
Bland, deceased, situated in Range 5, Section 1, north of
Wolf river, in the county of Shelby.
Terms Halt cash and half on a credit of one year,
the purchaser giving bond and security, and a Hen being
retained on the lanu until nnai payment.
JanlO-wtds JOHNP TRKZSVANT. Clrh.
Tatum's Patent Oil-Ground
From th latest number ot the Photographic and Flna
I .. v.i.VI.I. t Krt In Ik nmtvlknnf
TSs ofthe hUhest order, no single Improvement
E I ... . aV -. - IVI. .-u.. at IV.l
nllUmteil mach as this new process.
1 ?as coninouicu . , , J?m ,
has " h ' w woaderfall. sUKtssful In tho
erV-otpe, Ambrotjpo and Photograph, have been,
I. nrorrrlated by this new process to Urge pictures on tho
j-i.uA v tvUaM tn Ti n a nf f ra ww
t nerfect and durable of aH grounds to receive tho
Bh 3 exquisite tint ot tho artist's brush.
Plc wucu mds canvas, such as
""' regarded by themastersof art as tho
'".l-Jie for colors in oil, are now readily produced,
fbetruth of the daguerreotype in delineation,
nivinfc breathing, blooming nature in color, ton.
"i1- from tha miniature up to that of life slxe,
HM V' ' - . .... . - . .
- "f1, ta, Uvlng subject are
t are almost entirely dis-
'"r i.,d the flclshed portrait delivered In one or
1 1, ,f,relim matter used or Introduced that can many
r-;,v.Maev or durabUUvof the picture.
the ground being the same as baa been most approved
and that ordinarily ased by artists In portraiture and
landscape ; the vehicles ana paints are aiso u same.
Mt Tatum, the patentee, with a mind well stared with,
scientific truth, and possessing aa enviable skill In tha
higher walks of art, has thus. In bis last achievement,
and the Uberal terms offered his fellow artists in prosecu
ting his new pieces', not enly reaeeted credltsupoa his
native country in th great race of human progress, but
auo ms aruuou. "
I c- w w- w, -- -rivr
snd I A M- I'lir LO W ,
ARE the only Artists In the city who make this new and
beautiful stylo of Portraits. They have tho excluslvo
right for the dty, and all other Portraits made upon can
vas by the Photographic piocess are but imitations o
tha original TATUMprocess.
Many beautiful specimens of theeUfaens of Memphis
are on exhibition at the STAR GALLERY", where all ara
Isvlted to fall ana see ioi; iucqi.i.c. n--,
Choice Irish Potatoes:
oc3 Na. MonrcViWevt,