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aWM3CLANAHAJST, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY MORSflQG, FEBRUARY 21, 1857.
VOL. VU. NO. 290.
, I PWUSSBD DAILT, TU-WUU.I AND WEBCLT, BY
- IH9. B. MC!TXAHAX, LEOKIPAS TROUSDALE,
WM. At. HPTTOK, BENJAMIN" F. DILL,
TJKOER THE STYLE AND riM OF
SPOXANAHAN, ETJTTON Sz CO.,
"Pa WHOM ALL LETTERS ON BUSINESS, OB OTBER
WU, SHOULD BE ADDRESSED.
miCE OF SDBSCRIPTIOX.
BMr, hi Unm, per wo ' $io oo
Tel-Weekly, " " " 6 00
waewy. " " " . 3 09
J3 Ta Weettf- Wr wfil to foraMM t dobs of Ten
ulwijalmMr, at $t S8 each; to Ctabs f Iwenty
aad aira., at $ each payable tavastaMy la adyance,
nttmy OssstaaBs4e ap at mease.
g? AX triftu aad a. aw aae win be taken to-gtBar-at
Q-1BtM WW thr paper Wseat to new sabserl
tKaBfc8betcr for the mm 1 ls?d with the
AS Mfe-ibMrtias wHl be eests da uJ
ttw-iwnr im xmw.
9Ttfwewtac terns n-W fee strictly aad rieidir
( . DAILY RATES FOR. ADVERTISING.
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Hr each SftttlaBsl insertion ot aase. 60
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g"0 MiMre, renewable wttlr, per aaaon, $40 i
" wieeaxeek, 68
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J3 iejiMoa, rBiriI8 weekly, per anBara,.$e 00
" twice a xnee, tx) oo
3" iM slinUwuiH nqird te be kept en seeend
JW, HAKCB AC SEW EACH AV, u4jB tbirdVagt,
over stated rate .
d- A4art4M8Mto directed te be displayed, ox seMn
lre type, cbOTCediKCBLE-te.
rt" Yearly a4iertHerwt 1 be ctiarged extra for ecca
tfimg epaae irer ootract, and wtwn LAHSE TVPE h re
jjm4 to be need, or the adteitnegatsst kept en feasMe of
KJ- Tt1t adTertitors wHl be cha'gerf extra at regnlar
rates tef Waste, Ken's, Seaweats. OepertBersbip Ke
Oseadrswes&c. ETt.ait AiirEErmss mcst be paid ron
. J3- K adeettlMssteat wm appear in tbe "Weetly paper
uli i hy spec al eoatract.
y3AlMllwiwts to fee Inserted ja the Weetly paper
mitf. Of at In i pals l latemls Is ertheref the papers, vM
I f I per fjrr- ier every lasernan.
c caaataaies lor sun, uoaaiy aaa Jia-
Beaefe, to bepoM re advaBee ra every
gy An adtisesaesiU for Ckaritib ImtltatloM,
Ph Ql I. Wr.7Virg, aadther PaHie Meetrags,
to a-eh arced half vrtee.
Z3T Msnlaaes aad Peaths are paMrahed a rw? ; Imt
oawaanea, Triaate or Keepect ao raaerai iBviiauoas
as other aaiaxltseaaaBte.
t3 A iKnal aneT Traasicat AdTerUssaiaats wffi be
8mim B9 aae isssertiea.
tj- HdttortaJMotiWi la IxKal Cohna win be charged
X3r e sntaclsa or variation will "be Bade from the
JicCLAXAHAN. HOTTOX fc CO.
,f rofrsstanai &&xte.
WlCaVasrortiee nedicuie, ea the principle that there Is
asadtB aH systems, sad none all saateteBt. OKoe
0k J . gtm 1 1 stmt, ra the Pott (Xaoe BaUdlDe;, seeoad
eerMaas the Poet Ofllee. Reseoeaoe ea the corner of
Beraaada aad KHott streets.
OaUJ- Kaaton. X. Adems. Kq., Haywred county
'Htfjtr. X Mxad, Dr. J. B. XacUa. Fayette coaaty.
Taian lilts. F T Madia, Esq., Tipton coanty
J. t. WeW, J. K. Ashe, MtxnpUs.
LAWTK, Meatahh. Oaiceoa Mala street, opposite
Caaik's Jfatato Mock, at suits, above Johaeon's
I.. O. IHTES.
ATTjhHKKT AXIi COUXSIX)R AT LAW, Meraphii,
Teas, Ofltcj In the lot OflC4 Building.
AB baAaesceatrasted to his care wU receive preeaai
aad fail Wat attest ton. GttacttaM prosaptly asade lit tbe
mi m nut, corn tie of West Teaacssee, Massisstppt and
J. A. AXOERSOiV,
ATTORXKT AT LAW, MeMBV, Tem. OSee In
Walker's BaUdtag, ovur Mansdeid's Brnc store,
Jsata street. Jaal0-ly
TB SAMUEL GILBERT, Sr., baa retarBed to bis old
XJ hssasitasl near Memphis and reapeaed his Iaflrm
ary, aad will remain permtnently. He treats tbe foltow
ag OTr ltisnaaes : Cancers, Scrofluia, "WM e Swelling,
Tm a s aad W n. without Sargical opcTitMXii. He also
treats all Chronic Fesaale di-eases, S res rf bag standinx,
Tnttrr. Jtheasastism, SiidUlls, and al foims ol ilercmia!
Dr fT fluaiiii 11 siirimnnij In mi liinir. ir 1 rilmillT
ag witaees of his aaccees from Maine to Oregon,
BESJSlitV HOWCOTT, Dentist.
HATING prepared myself well to practice
Dentistry in Memphis. 1 respectfnlly solkit
j the patronage of an who may new my str
' vices In tbe Dental line, and bind myself to
i all ecerativBS ea the Teeth, and Instrt ArtlScial
Teeth an tbe most approved style as well as It can be
lone ia tbl or any other country.
(Mace oa Mam street, epposKe Wortham IIfrn.
Bo Ws ARCE" R ACUXE
G. W. & H. M. ACIIEE,
ukxtvsts. usm t,ason oioce, uourt
stret, between Mate aad Front Row,
All Dntal Operatnas performed wjtn
the tsast posslMe paid. Diseases of the Alveolar Precesi
aad Gaaas treated In tbe meat skilllal manner. Full or
'partM 8eU of Teeth set on Gotta Percba or Geld, with
the latest isaproveiaeBts, and ocahastIED.
JA3IES 31. iHUKPHY,
s3t023.ozaX Xxo.2a.c3. Asont.
. TXelA attead personally to tbeloCaiiBg ef Swamp Land
V V jfSerap and Warranu la the JackaoBpert and Utlcna
IMlrWii, setting Land aad paying Taxis.
Mamphls.Tenn.; A. S. Haey, Little Rock;
Jiaj x. iiun.Jil.,
J. Norton & Co., X. O.;
J. A. Rousseau, LaGrange,
W E. Batts, 'Lawrenoevllle,
Pool & Watson, Jacksoapart
IT. P. OsaTaler. Helena,;
Mprste is. Xaore,
o. w. Boara.jacEsonpon,
J. S. TRHITE, M. D.,
VT A?Ee HarrfecuRj runly, having resaovedto Mem
JLi phis, oirers hi-i ptsMssehiaaasarvic-8 to tbe cltiuos.
OacraaOourt Squat, ea doer -vest of WallaeefaAoc
Moa apaii. Kesideae en Feadatae- street, seni side,
betneeaSt I'atrtck tni St, .Martto. J&J3-tf
TTORXEY AT LAW.
Cfflce ever C.
W. Cherry h
T 'TTffKXEr AT LAW, llarlon, Ark , practices In
M MaWs, Qctttenden, Mississippi, Green, Eaadetpb,
LoWiaaet, ladepeadence, Jackson, Poinsett, St.- Francis
aad MaVra Counties, in Arkansas. oct-d$m
J. WntERSHAM. .............
.ED. A. 3EECTIEB.
WICK.ERSIIAM & BEECHEH,
ATfOKKETS AT LAW, Mempliif, Tennessee. Office,
Xo StJ. rerson street. jsnl-tt
S3HTH P. I1AXK.HEAD,
ATORXr A LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Offlee In tbe
. Fast OsM Bteek, ever Aydlett & Oo., third story.
Dr. R. E. EASttI,
I MapffitoT Physician and Dl'rctor of several HosplUls
'l 1fl'iaOTy, amber of different Medical Societies
ta XefJorK has located in tbe city ef Memphis, and of
ten WawrTtets to the pnMic at Physician, Accoucber,
aad tor alt operations ia S irgery.
. J3" Osace on Washington street, between Main and
R. T. BtCtIAB.BSOS..W. W WHEATLET..M. A IIIOOS.
Rlcliard'sou, ITlieatley & Higgs,
ATTORXETS AT LAW OOice on tbe corner of Second
. aad Geart streets, Memphis, Tenn. ocll-ly
IIASK.EEE & SEARCY,
A TIOBXET AT LAW, Memphis.' Tennessee. Wm. T.
JA Haskell and Robert Searcy have associated them
serves together la the practice of Law. Offlc. in tbe
' WMtr iMsek. novSC-d4m
A TTORKET AT LAW, Covington, Tenn. All bnslnein
."jOL eatraeted to bis care will receive prompt altenU&s,
A TTORXET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., win practice
in all tbe Coarts ot Memphis ana tbe western ins
jtj- Qsce south of court Square, adjoining mat oi tne
TEG3EUT K. OSBORNE
T ILL practice Law In tbe Courts of Hardeman, Fay-
y V MWV Tip ton ana saetny, also in aicjv sy ani iiar
dlr ceasties. and in theSapreme C:ari at Jackson. All
bruinass entrusted to nlm wiu receive piompt and faith'
lal tttentloa. ni -ftice is in tbe Chancery Clerk's office,
RanVvr Haruemari csnnty. Tesn. nora
.si TTORXET AXD COnXSBLLOR AT LA Memphis,
' .ti. Tenn. OSee corner of "Main and Jefferson streetsy-
Refer to Hens. HennvFlrtle, W. F. Bollock and Messrs,
SJAjbL. Sbstwerl & Son, Lonlsfffie, Ky.7 Hon. James Pryor;
refrreiton, Ey.; McGrcgar,' AHoway & Co., and Moses
TGiwnwocd.3ciVOntaiis!iJS. iiAPperson at uo., atem-phfilf-''1
- - noyli-tf
CANDEE, MIX & CO.,
OTfxiLTXOJry 3Lst, 1QG7.
TN oflering ear card to tbe public we tender osr ac
knowledgments, for tbe very liberal patronage extend
ed us during tbe past year, and promise for tbe future to
furnish our customer tbe LAROKaT, CHEAPEST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK ti' cuutxh i tj,e Southern
Oar Senior partner wtH bo constantly In the Eastern
market, aod win keep us fuliy supplied with eTery desira
ble, style ot
Staplo end Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
"We are Agents far some of tbe best brands of DO
MESTICS, OSXABURGS, fcc., which weontr at factory
CAIDEE3 MIX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
EE O? S 9
3IIL.L.IXERY GOODS, &C,
Jan3-daw3m '225 MAIX-ST., MEMPHIS, TEyK.
J. Co JAOOBI fe CO.,
(Ko. 33S Main, bet. Union and Gsyoso-sta.,)
Importers and JIannfactnrcrs ol
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGAES MD TOBACCO.
flOXSTASTLr on hand, a large assortment of the most
J favorite brausi, ai moreraie yinxt.
A. J. WALT & CO.,
wholesale asd ketail
G M O M M s ,
AND DEALERS IX ALL KISDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Center e( Main and Union Sts.,
HATE always on band a well and carefully selected
stock of articles In their line, which they wlH aell at
the Iowst corrent prices.
J3" Orders promptly filled with dlipatch.
AXD DEALER IS
TTatclies, Clocks, and Jewelry,
CORXER OF MAIN AXD AD.UIS-ST3.,
ja TAKES tbls method of Informing bis friend;,
and lb. public generally, that be has moved Xrom
(ft 3. bis old stand to tbe corner ot Main and Adams
(Zk39itreets, where be will take pleasure In exblbitlna
a new and choice lot ot JEWELRY, to those who may
favor him with a can, and will be pleased to execute all
orders for repairs In bis line. He hopes, by honesty. In
tegrity, and bis efforts te please, to gain tbe confidence
aad liberal patronage ol all who may ona it convenient to
visit bis establishment.
53" All orders for repairing In eTery branch of my bn;
siness prempiiy attenaea to. ang;i-iy
J. B. SHAEPE,
No. 25 Madiion-tt.,bttisem Front Rote and Main,
TTTOULD respectfully Inform the merchants ef Mcra-
V V phis and surrounding country, that he has Jnst re-
tamed fromtbe cities of Virginia, where ne e.taDiisnea
a permanent Agency f r tbe sale of all grades ot Virg'n
laTebaoeo, and intends to keep constantly on band a
stack equal te tbe demand, at manufacturers' prices.
JVicK fully able to compete with tbe Xew Tojk, Riltl
mote, Cincinnati and Xew Orleans markets, he invite
the attention ot all dealers in the above article to hL
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
oc2!-d&w-tf J- B. SHARPE
A. r. M CAKE.
lilcCANE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to "Wheat 3c Taylor,)
FORWARDING AXD COMMISSION
DuvalFs Bluff's, Arkansas,
.If f he crotting of the Memphis and Little Rod Rail
road on White River.
THET keep constantly on band Sarar, Coffee, Salt,
Flour. Molasses, and all other articles usually kept
In aGrooerr. which they will sell low for cash or ex
change for Hides, Furs and Peltries, or any other articles
bwocbt to tLe market,
a-- Goals destined for Little Rock or the adjacent
counties, shipped to Duvali's Bluffs, will be forwarded
immediately, as there are always wagsns ana teams in.
readiness to haul to any point.
We are now receiving and opening our
Fall and Winter
COXSISTIXG of every Tarlety of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods nsnallv kept la this market. Superfine Black
and Blue Cloths, Casslmeres, Doeskins, Cloaks, MantEls,
Moire Antique, Velvet Shawls, O-e latest style; Ladies'
Dress Goods, of a superior quality; Crape Shawls, a
larjte lot of laankeU. Negro Ciotb, Brosans, Ready-Made
Clothing, Boots ani Shoos, Hats, and a variety of articles,
too nauteroa. to mention.
AH I ask is, "Come cue, come all," and examine my
stock, before making your purchases. I bought in the
very best terms, and am determined that cone shall un
dersell me. I shall adopt the Cisn System, exopt to
punctual dealers. A. O. BLAIR,
AO. Ji atam street,
octl3-Jtwaw6m Old Stand ot Ferguson tt XeUl. .
JSTO. i'JttOUT ROW,
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
THEfbJgbest market prices paid for rough and rendered
Tattow, Lard and Soap Grease. cov2-Iy
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
AiA :v actijIe,,
No. 66 Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
KEEPi constantly on hand, BOOTS and
SHOES, of his own make, also of other
manufaeturen. He keeps, also. Leather,
Snie an t Uoner. Calf Skins. French and
American Shoe FlndiDgs, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va
lises, all of which he wi 1 sell as cheap as any In this
market. Give him a call before purchasing elsewhere.
A. STREET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL ETSDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
XPVJ. G-O-TXTiS , c22c.
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
aug!2 MEMPHIS, TEXX.
. Walker & Brothers,
flUXDFACTCRERS OF CL0THIXG,
AND DEALERS IX
ttvy Goods, Uools & Sliocs,
7Ta.olosxilo nnd XtotrvlA,
Wo. 79 Front Bow.
WE have Just received one hundred cases of
r? W, 4 Clothing, expressly manufactured for this mar
V fct. t ket, and are opening the best selected stocks of
Waa-iii Vindj of Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes, ever
brought here, which weefierat the lowest possible priors,
being enabled to compete with any bouse through the
facilities ef ear bouse in rnuaueipma.
We would especially invite the attention of country
merchants, kaewlt g that s an and will suit all 3d
very te. Ca'l ard see aug!6-'
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
TFines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., AIEMPHIS; TENN.
"CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
ilainttreet, nest door to Odd TeUowt' nail,
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
J3 Every article sold by us warranted as represented,
subject to be returned at our expense. July8-ly
V0LL1XTIXE, Esqjfhas removed bis Law Office
over tbe Store and Commission House of Fcwlkes,
iennt & Co.. on Jefferson street, between tbe Port Office
arid Main street. cpeW-tf
TCST received, 300 bbli. Smith's superior' Pittsburgh
J Ale. J . HilHt POTTER,
declS "Jftln-st, 3d door Korth TTenhara Houso.
. . . ' :.- r. .-
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
dec30-daw3m NO. 9 FRONT ROW.
JAltEXT. TAVLOB -."VT. B. X0JS
TAILOR & ROSS,
GENERAL C03L1IISSI0X MERCHAXTS
No. 6 Monroe Street, Memphis,
TT7ILL make liberal c .sh, advances on all consignments
V V of Produce or Merchandise.
Reference! Henderson, Terry & Co.; '.fl. O. Xelson &
Co., Xew Orleans; Speed & Strange, E.'M.'Apperson X
Co., Memphis. novI-3m
PATTEBSON, MABSTTAT. j & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
ISo. 49 Frent Retr, Memphis, Tenn.
0TTS charges for selling Cotton on arrival are Fifty
Cents per Bale ; far storing and selling Seventy-Five
Cents. All Cotton insured unle.s otherwise instructed.
J. X. MITn...J. B. MEACnAM... 1 wHITXriELH.
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
W-li olcsalc Gvo cevs,
Forwarding t Commission Ulercliants,
(Moiby ir Hunt't A'ew Buildlngi,)
No. IS Front Row, Memphis,
TTAVK now on hand a flue assortment ot Bagging and
J.i Rope of tie best brands, logetner wun a complete
and well selected stock ot the various articles usually
kept In our business, to which we invite the attention ot
Agents for the sale of "Plks's celebrated Magnclls
Wbi.ky) " and Jones, Lioya k uo.'s aoutnem aiantiac-
turwl Nails. SM1TU, MiiAUiiAJi a. uu.
J. r. HILL J. T. nATLET.
HILL & HAYLEY,
Cottom Factor Si
JSTo. 55 3Tx-ox3."t Row,
OVER D. n. TOWXSEXD'S,
FOR Selling, SO cents per bale. For Storing and Sell
ing, 75 cents pr bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
btored by us will be covered Dy insurance, unless oucr
23- Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished
to customers. epiifmom
A. A. SMITHW1CE
.J. R. WRAY.
. tr. satiTn.
SMITHWICR, WRAY & CO.,
JVo. 3 AfotJiion-if., bevteen Front Ron and Main-tt.,
Up Stain, MEMPHIS, TEXN.
STRICT attention given to Selling .aid Storing Cotton
and Produce coaslxned to ns.
X. B. Orders for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Sup
plies ailed with care and d.spatch. Charges tor Selling
and Storing Cotton, fifty cents per bale. auggl-sni
A. M. BOPIOiVS & CO.,
( Succeuort to Povcn Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
tepl7-ly XEW ORLEANS, LA.
WILDS VERSOS, I
W. A. BETAS,
21. N. BRTAN,
Late of LaGrange, Teen.
D. C. WILLIAMS, S
Late ot Panola, Mlsi.j
VERNOJI, BEYAI & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission ana
N. 6 Frent How, over Meaeham fc Galbrnlth's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
Soling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per bale.
S3" All cotton sent to us wlU be covered 'insurance,
unless otherwise Instructed. aug22
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & mTNT'S BLOCK,
Up .Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on nana.
Xew Orleans, La.
...s. c SNIDER,
WALKER & SNIDER,
C ott on Fact or
No. 123 Canal Street,
JulylS-dawly NEW 0RLEAX3, LA.
. M. MORTON,
Xate Hortou & Hunter.
H. C. nORTON,
Late of Monthalia, Miss.
C M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding merchants,
A'o. 3MadUon-St.,oppotite I. B. JSrtland't Qflee,
E will continue as heretofore, giving special atten
tion to' the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at fifty cents
per bale, and to tbe selection and purchase of any article
In market. Office removed from Xo. 3 Front Row to X'o.
3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Rank. anglO
M. GATES A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON FACTOBS, GBOCEBS,
Produce and GeEral Commission
A'o. S Pnicn Street, belxceen Main and Front Row,
AFTER an active application to Dullness, for over
eleven years, we, for the first tlmei solicit the pa
tronage of our friends In the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of our ability to please such as may
confide their business to our charge. Our stock of Bag
glsg. Rope and General Supplies will not be excelled In
tbe city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made on consignments In store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Produce, In store, will only be effected upon actual
Instrnctlsns, or whsa under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured while In
transit, with open policy, unless otnsrwise lnsincxa on
the face of bills lading.
To all our friends who have so liberally patronized us
during years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
Junll-dawly GATES & WOOD
WARD LAW HO 3TARD WM. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
TEALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, CofiVe, Mo
U lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock now on band, and for sale at reasonable prices.
n-uash advances made on cottons in store tor sale or
shipment. AU Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to us by water ; also, the risk of Fire while in
store, ucless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as w cave charged for
jcars past fifty cents per bale. ulv20
.J. 1. REID.
R. REID & BRO.,
K0. SS FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
A LLCottcnsent to our address Insured, unless lnstrac-
XX tloas to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders ailed 1th care. Store
and Sell Cottm at fifty
cents per bale.
T. r. ATDLETT -J. C. DOUOHERTT,
New Orleans. Memphis.
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
XO. 8S GRAVIER-ST., XEW ORLEAXS.
BOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
X0. 23 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash advances on all Cilton or other Pro
duce shipped to T. F. Aydlett It Co., New Orleans.
Holly Springs, Miss.
L. C. tORTELL
MASON & NORVELL,
- NO. 165 MAIN' STREET,
CONSTANTLY on band, Bagglng,Bope and. Plantation
Supplies, ' ' majXl-lyj "
.L. C. XORTELL.
Holly Springs, Miss. Louisville, Ky.
MASON, ROONE & NORVEX.E,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
TTo. 161 Main-St., Memphis, Tonn.
.Rrs.vn. Rone. Jeans. LlnSeys, and a general stock
jj ot Plantation Supplies constantly on hand
CUDDY. BROWN & CO.,
AND GENERA I.
3S CAMP STREET, XEW ORLEAXS.
-lASH advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
ly consigned as above, by MILES OWEX.
T 1 DAVIDSON J- ELL A. C. BLAIR.
DAVIDSON, KLLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiviu?, Forwarding ana uenerai
Vo. SIS Main Street, Eat tide between Jeferton and
T) OPK, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
AX hand. """""
J. 31. PATRICK. & CO.,
XO. IS FRONT ItOW, MEMFUIS, TEXX.,
TT7ILL give strict attention to all Cotton sent ns lor sale
YV in this market, or suipmeou
Cotton consigned to us wiU be Insured against the dan
gers of .Elver Navigation and rrre wnue ia urr,
olherwI.e instructed. Orders for Bagging, Rope and
Supplies will meet our prompt "n- . rn
augu-aawem . ...
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet Front Bow &Main,
(SOU! IT SIDE,)
T)ARTICOLAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
X Cotton ana otner itwito ... ,
Bagging, Rope ana j-ianiatiou aujii.i.
lowest market prices. . 0013
co X. terser 3
Mosby & Hunt's JN cw hiook,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Frent Kow, Alempnis.
- WILL pay particular attention W niuug oreem 101
. Groceries, Bagging and Rope, itc.
3. C. CRlrFINO.... -J- ui-
J. C. GRSFFING & BRO.,
Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
TTTE will f urnlsn, supplies te our menus a
V and make advances on shipments to our friends in
Xew Orleans. .
T.I. TIIE0DALD.J. C. Qlliuu..t. .
Frankfort, Ky. Memphis, Tnn. Frankfort, Ky.
- n . t r.
THEOBAJLD, griffing & tu.,
General Commission Merchants,
XO. 71 CA31P STREET,
InlyWrdawtf NEW ORLEANS. LA.
REASLEY & EOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Gonornl 3- x- o o o x- is i
XO. 12 FROXT ROW, MEMfma.
A LARGE etockef Rope and Bagging alwaysorf band.
Charges fifty cents per Sale, all other Produce at
usual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
rmltance. All P.oduce insured, unless otherwise ln
structed. S2 dlwlr
E. RASIHEiLIi & CO.,
For the Sale, Stsrar: and Shipment of
XO. 69 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
ALL orders for Bagging, Bale ttope, urocerro,
Inn. and Plantation Supplies, filled carefully .and
rgqmatly. at the lowest current rates. augl-wly
r. ITRATTOlt, I 5 H. DSC"D
U'DAVITT. W. B.D0S0HO.
STRATTON, McDAYITT & tw.
GROCERS AXD GEXERAL
COMMISSION MEBCH ANxS,
XO. 70 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXA.
ALLcorsIgnments Insured unless oinerwi.e '"""':
ed. AgerTts for "GRDJ WOLD'S" celebrated C0TT0X
We continue to Store and Sell Cotton at FIFTr CEXTS
Otthand.a large stock of Power-loom and India Bag
ging, Machine a-dHand R.pe.togetherwithaheavy stock
ot Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wt
will furnish to out enstomers at the lowest market pilcea.
augl2w6m j., aw. a- w
WORTn of new and seasonable
CLOTHIXG and FURX1SH1XG
G00D3, at actual cottfor cdih.
nwlnc to aehanre In our business, we offer at actual
cost for cosft and cash only, our entire stock of Clothing
and Furnishing Goods. As the business must be closed
up, snd to do so the stock must bs seld, persons in want
of Goods in our line, will find It to th-lr advantage to
give us a call. KELLER & JOnXSOX,
a n. r . k I . TII..aW
o. 4 t,iarx' isruic o.u.
Janl-3m 272 Main street.
X3 Enquirer coy three months.
.F. n. WILLIAMSON.
and Retail Dealers in
enware, French and
German Vases, Silver,
Silver Plated, German
Silver and Britania
Ware. Fine Table Cut
lery, IS Main Street,
Also Loo lng Glasses.
Tea Trays, Parlor
Girandoles, kc, &c
G. B. IiOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
BEAIi ESTATE BBOKEB,
83 MAIX STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
Property, Xegroes, Merchandise, of every description.
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and
Leasing Property, kc
Storage and Consignments solicited.
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. ST. CALDWELL,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, late of HuntavOle, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
salts of every description. Liberal Cash Advakcei
MADE OX COXSIONMESTS.
CJ-Storage and consignments solicited.
P. S. 1 am Agent for The Adams Express Company.
THE NE1Y STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BT
Fashionable natter, 75 Front Row.
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT
W H r-! S TON'S X
octl2-ly Xo. 75 Front Row.
In the Law Side of the Common
Law and Chancery Court of tlie
City of Memphis.
Rebecca Klnnaman, )
vs. Petition for Dlvorc.
Andrew J. Klnnaman J
F' appearing to the Clerk and Master In vacation, from
the petition in this bebalf, tbat the defendant, An
drew J. Klnnaman, is a non-resident of the State of Ten
nessee, it Is ordered that publication be made for four snc
cesslve weeks In the Memphis Appeal, a newspaper pnb-
iUhed In Ihe city of Mempbts, Tenn., commanding him ta
anrxar at the next term ol this Ccatt.-on the first Mon
day In March. next, at the Court 'House, In th' city of.
Mempbts, ana pieaa, answer, or demur to complainant's
petition in this behalf, or the ssme will be taken'for con
'lessed, and set for hearing ex-part e. " .'
lebl-w MABCUi'Ji' WRiGHr? Clerk. ;
.. ....... -j. .
gfgfels, simixmxis, folglarJafcm i$$xts, (Bit.
Vl C? f?lK -bave the honor to Inform itie pub
SifJ He that they have re-opened their
13AU-ROOM un Adams street, opposite Worsham Ilouse,
as a LAGER BEER SALO0X. In which ttey will com
mence on Monday, the 2d ot February, to give a rplerdlil
LUXCU, (with a glass of Lager Beer ) at the low rate cf
FirTEEX cents, Good SOUP will be served up at each
Lunih. Lunch at half-past ten o'clock A. sr.. every dar
Un31-dlm J. S0HWO0B ts. S HERRMAX
Corner Main and Jaclison-sts.,
THIS, well known note, hiving changed hsnds,
and been Jheroufhly repaired, andprovldad with
new Fnrnltore, Is now open for the aconnmoda-
tion cf Boardera and Travelers.
The public mav rest assurtd that every exertion will
be made on the part of the Proprietor to reujtr this
nouseiecondtoneneinWest Tennessee. Havinz active
and attentive si wants, and a table always furnished with
the best tbe country aSords, he confidently relies .upon
clTlnc entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with
their patronage. WM. X. BEXXETT,
Enquirer copy. ,
Corner of Main and Adams street.
mmS ITocse Is situated In the centre of business, ary
J is now finished and in complete order. Tbe Proprietor
pledges himself it shall not be surpassed by any House in
tne bouii wets.
Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestomei.
on mm ror ins last two years, be hopes by a street atten
tion u Business to merit a continuance of the same.
oc7-tf J. J. WORSHAM, Prbprietor
CORXER PROXT ROW AXD JEFFERSOX STS.
rrtniS establishment has Jnst undergone thorough re-
1 pairs In every department. Rooms newly paia'cd
and papered : nrading tnerougbiy renovated ; there Is net
even a mattress that is net new or equal to new ; carpet'
mostly new, &c In one word tbe bouse ia now in de
cidedly better oner than it has ever been since it wa.
built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to the
House since I have occupied it, and having renewtd two
leases, one on the House, tbe other upon my age, I hope
to be able to give more attention than heretofore I err
determined to make jqy guests comfortable.
oci-ii u. i;ui;&.iiEi.i,, i-roprietor
OX UXI0X STREET.
mriK subscribers respectfully inform their old trieads and
X ALL tbe public, that they bave opened a new Restau
rant on Union street, where tbey are prepared to furnish
I be best brands tbat can be fauna in the market, served
IB the bsst Parisian styles. Oysters, Game, Steaks, SaltJ
sou cresn tisierf isa, dicms hi ici, eTerjiHivs itmeu
to the fiaest and most delicate eptcarean taste.
GIvens a call We have six dlnVrent Tooms for tbe. ac
commodation of Private Parties. We will not be outdone
in any branch connected with our business.
JanlE-tf DEMPERWOLF & HITTER.
WORSHAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IK
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under the YFor-
TT'EEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green.
IV. ana ury rmiis, rruiis m ineir ,wn juice, j.nrru.
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters. Pickles. Cordials, Syrups, cne Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Xcts. ttc.
rpt r-, In connection with this estab-.-vT
31 i. R Ff fs'.Uhment I twve fitted up an Oyster
Vet fV S5.Sslo.n, and wlllTccele FRESH
itsCStr OXSTEK3 Dy every pectet.
novl6-dly S. P. BRICIIETTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BRO..
297 MAIX STREET,
T7"EEP constantly on hand a large variety of FLAIX
JV and FAXCT OAXDIBS. CAKES, fruiu. Preserves,
etc.. wholesale and retail. We are also prepard to fur
nish parties at tbe shortest notice.
-o --i r-. IX connection with this we
..sTss H fiH'okeep open ear LADIES' and
Co 'S.GKXTLEMBXS OTSTER SA
S& LOOX from 9 o'clock A M., to 12
o'cieck T. 51. , and are receiving daring the whole season,
FRESH OTSTERS by every steami r. We seHcit a share
t.of tbe tabllc,patronage. novS-dosa
B. VT. ALEXANDER-
aIIK J. LA 5S 15 G
ALEXANDEB & LANSING,
X03. 63 AXD 65 LOCUST STREET,
!3txsxt Xiouis, JVCo.
J. J. Murpby, Memphis; Cook &. Co. , Memphis ;
Barnett St Walker, Todd it Goyer, '
Chark-s Potter, " feb5 6m
KRADY & BAV1ES.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Main Street, Louisville, Ky.,
MAXUFACIURER'S Agents for Machine Rop, Bag
ging, Jeans, Llnseys, ftc. Jaa23-ly
A. O. SMITH.... E. I'. OCTHRIE....CEO. J. ROWLAND.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AGENTS TOR THE SALE Of
Virginia and Kentucky Tohacco,
Xol 501 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly XOUISVILLE, KT.
.-J. IflcFABDIW & CO.,
(LATE TRIPLETT, M'rADDIN it CO..)
No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, nemp, Provisions, Flour,
Grain, &c, solicited and promptly executed.
Cat. HAnVET R. B. IIARTET.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
XO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEAXS.
OUR personal attention . yCSCZSb
V will be given to the Sale or NVsUftS
lv Forwarding of Gcods orS?W
-trs'i'roauce consigneu to our
address. We will contract Freight on the
t . . . ! .
above I.r re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had sereral years' experience In our market
in the purchsslng ot Staples and assorted Merchandise.
REFER TO Cook & to., J. C. Gilfflng & Bra , Speed
& Strange, Hannah Jt Shanks. decl2-ly
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & Af V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AXD DEALERS IX
PAPEBS OP ALL KINDS,
47T Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
It. F1TZOERALD...CIIAS. C. DILL. .J. WOODWOT-TII.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Successors to Park, Simpson If Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 02 Front Bow, Memphis,
Clerk's sale of Real Estate.
William V. Andersen, ) ExParte Petition to sell Real
Adm'r ot Tins. S. Simp- Estate,
son, dee'd. and others. ) In Circuit Court of Shelby Co.
PURSUAXT to a Decree of the Circuit Court of Shelby
County, rendered on tbe 221 day of January, IS57, In
the abite cause, I will, on tbe first MOXDAV, being the
2d day of March next, in front of the Court House door in
Raleigh, Tennessee, proceed to sell to "the highest bidder,
at public auction,
2065 ACRES OF LAND,
lying In the 11th Surveyor's District of Shelby County,
in Range 6, Sections 1 and 2, on the south side' of Wolf
rlrtr, btlng the same Land of which Thomas S-Simpson,
dee'd, seized and possessed.
Terms One-half cash; the residue on a credit cf six
months, with bond and security for the deferred payment,
M. D. L. STEWART, ClsrkV
Wit . K. Poston, Att'y for Petltiontrs.
DR. THOS. KELLER,
T ATE of Tuscumbla .Alabama, has located permanent.
I J ly In Memph!?, . nd offers his services to the public
in all the branches of his profession He has taken the
office heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
and Union streets. Having recently made a careful and
general selection ot Surgical Instruments, he Is prepared
for all the operations ot Surgery. Residence on Shelby
street, between II Jlng and Trezevant streets.
JOHN A. NOOE.
A TTORXET AT LAW. Office In the Pt Office Bulld-
r. lng, Memphis, Tenn - nov2I-tf
. A TTORXET AT'T.AW, Memphis, Tenn. Office on east
CX. side ot Mam street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Kefer to F. Titns, McEwen. Harris & McNeill. J. D,
Williams. W. B. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
..... rm .... t. - V . S.1... .' a. ., . a
atV7U, X1VUA W.,
'-' ''. "
S. B. WILLIAMSON,
(Succenor to Williamson Vancock,)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES
Havana Cigars &c.
X0. 19 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS.
, Received this Day,
A BBLS Mess Pots: ;
U 60 kegs Xo. 1 Leaf Lard ;
25 tierces Sugar-Caret Hams !
2ffkegs Shot, assorted sties;
aU o, wnlfa we will sea cheap for cash at Xs'.
Jt S. B. WILLTAMSOX,
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & ELZJls,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
1 FFkr PIECES Bsgglng, hand ani power-loom
auuu jiranas; isu cobs nope, best brands;
. 60 hhds. best Brown Sugar;
600 sacks Coffee ; CO hhds Bacon ;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra quality;
600 bhls best brand Boston Xalls;
100 bbls. and half bbls Mackerel;
SO kits Mackerel Xo. 1;
60 bbls. Ousbed Sugar; 25 boxes best Loaf Sugar
1000 sacks Salt; c. bbls. Molasses; 6dhalf bbls do;
IOObot brand Flour;
100 bbls. best Dexter and Dean Whisky;
103 reams Wrapping Pawr i
And a general assortment of prime Brandies and Wines ;
also, Teas, Pepper, Spice. Ginger, Soda, Shot, Lead, and
all articles kept In our line r business, which mm
sell on the very t-iat terms to our customers and the
WE have Just received this day, and oSer for sale, low,
10,000 yards Kentucky Jeans and Lindsey, for Xe
groSJlothlng, ot various colors aad pricei;
200 dexen Old Brandy, bottkd In IS47 ;
ISO boxes and half boxes Star Candles.
EAVIDSOX, ELLIS & BLAIR,
s"glf- Xo. 19 Main street.
THE subscribers keep on hand the following articles,
which they warrant to be of first auirltv. and fer
sale low ter cash ;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ; '
i E. Carver &. Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ;
tTafens, nortnera anasouinern manufacture
Bacon, heg-round; J
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco f
Sugar, CofiVe, Teas and Molasses :
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead J ,
Brandies and Wines, superior article ;
' Lime, Cement and Plaster Pads ;
Together with a general assortment of aH articles usu
ally kept In a Grocery store.
GWTXXE St GIBS0X,
Jniv2 Xos. 1 and a Exehaage BulMnc.
Jb?F W GOOJPS!
EMPOBIUM OP PASHION,
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
ana mamma ESUDiisuintnt,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
WE are now receiving and opening one of
ue largest and most magnificent stocks of
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Good..
ever bt ought to this olty. Also, a very select assort
ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new, Silks, Cssh
m;res, Maretsos, DeLaines, and a large variety of all
siyies tor street. Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aarticular attention ts our Millinery Depart
ment, consisting ot Chenille, Moss aad Uncut Velvet,
Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and Kcslt.h BmhwIs; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5,000
worth of fine French Embroideries, Real Thread, MaKese
and Glrapure Laces; allstjles.f
Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladles' Cloth and Veivtt for Cloaks, Dress Gaps, nrad.
Dresses, Ladles and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, KM Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings of all decriptious for Cloaks and Dress,
es, &.c, tc
-X. B, Embroidering and Stamping dose, Cloaks an
Dresses made to order In a tew hours at cheapest prices.
Ladies, please call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl 1H. STIILMAX i. CO.
( . WS1HS)4 WSf aub BI1U Vt AAtlJ Mb
'53Green, would respect tally say to hi-iuM3
f nenas ana customers taat he is still al1
the oW stand, with a good supply ef Fruit
trees, consisting of p
Also, R-spberry, Strawberry and Grspe Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a di.tance, accompanied with draft or onr
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
ait ended to. and all plants gtiarantlfdto order and de
livered any pait of tbe city, free of charge.
Nursery on Main street, south Memphis.
octU-d6m Receiver ofMooney St Green.
TO HORTICULTURISTS AND PLANTERS.
HSit -SS, I would respectfully remind the citizens
tffi.$$& ol Memphis and su-riundiog country tbat
fiiyrgr the season for transplanting Fruit and Or
gafk namental Irees Is Tast approaching. Great
CiSiiila additions have been made in every denart-
meui. uior particularly amorg Fruits. A mere select
and varied roUectien has never been oferd for ssle In
the KouiRwest, consisting in part of over one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, Olils, Sctrppernong, Calllornla. etc
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
recans, t aesnuts,etc, etc.
Green-bouse plants. Bulbous Flower Roots, flmnorted.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are
nearly u.uuuatagnoiiaurana flora.
In a 'dition io tbe above. I am now receiving a large lot
of Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence of having to
move most of my st(ck on band, I win 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 Nursery, near the
BiilroadDebot, or addressing
oclI-d6m S. Jf. WHEATOX.
P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders will
meet with prompt attention It left at the ltore of J.
Wlldberger. S. M. W.
ETCIIAVARNE & BltO..
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, en the jjS-.
H.rn Lake Road, have on hand a Que as-Si?a
sortment of SHRUBBEST, in every at-rj&i
partment, cocslstlng in part of -
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, Kcctarincs, fec.
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and G rape Vines, la va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhebarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, aecompanie! with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be I unc
tui'ly attended to, and all Plants guarantied to ordsr
and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens In town
or country, at tbe shortest notice.
octl7-4m RTCnAVARXE i BRO.
I HAVE three HOUSES and LOTS te rent for
the present year, situafd in the Northeastern
part of the city, n what Is known as Winches
ter Avenue, it being the property upon which I
now live. For a more particn'ar description, and for
closing the contract of rent, call on Majer William Rut
n, at the Gas 03ce. BOB PRICE.
Profitable and Honorable Employment
FOR THE WINTER.
PERSONS In town or country in search of employment
as a source ot income, or to all up their leisure hours,
mav hear of such by enclosing two stamps, to nay post-
sge, to Professor J t M ES T. HORXE, Box Xo. 4,551 Xew
Tore Post cfflce. Tne employment is ntted to either sex
station in life immaterial. It is an article ot dally
consumption, and can be manufactured In any person's
dwelling; s. cured by copyright; tales. as permanent as
flour. An agent is wanted in every town In the Union.
C. C. MA YD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
WHERE can be found si description of Grave Work,
which will be turnlshid as cheap as It can be got
in any market West. Also, Building Work done 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 tne jiauuiactors nave to aaajths
twenty per cent, that Is paid Agents to the work told by
them, soutcerners, look to your interest.
-dec3-daw6m C. C. MA YD WELL.
Garden Seeds, Crop' of 1S56,
"TlIRECT from D. Landreth, forsaebythe paper, dozen.
XJ pound, ana uushei, wholesale ana retail by.
ah21-ia w2w , . WARD At JONES,
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
OPEN TO CORINTH.
VJ and after Nov. 15. 1856. THROUGH uaii.tiiiik
J will leave Memphis, DAILT, at TOO AM, arriving
wiium at r. ax., at somervuie t 18;00 a. ar.
Returning Leaves Corinth at I r. at : Somerville 3
P.M. Arrives atMempbis at 7.00 r. it.
Thls Train connects at Corinth with a deuble Daily
Line of firstctauPott Coaches to tbe terminus of the
eastern uivisioaoi tne jietaphis and Charlestoa Rail
read. Thence by Railway direct, and cannectieas sure
with all Eastern cities.
Staging, redacwl to forty miles, aad track-laying prc-
THROUGH TICKETS soW to the feSewinz rulnts
' ' GREXADA.
TtlSrTraln also cssnects with the Mlssissfboi Central
RaBread to HeHy Springs. Oxford. Grenada: Castes.
Jacksen, ic., &c
Alsecennecu at Grand Junctlen Station with Tennes
see Central Railroad to Boitvar. Jaekson, HuBtingdoa
and other pfaces.
Also connects at Pocahontas with Tri-Weeklv Tine of
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus,
JIIHOUGH TO XASUVIIXE IX 34 HOURS.
Viss tbeMemptitsandCharlestea. Xashvitle and Chatta-
nuoga Railroaia onlytO miles of Staling, against
inn ay any otner route,
lne ACCOMMODATIOX WAT TRAIN" rasa dally (ex
cept Sundays) betwees Meraaals and the Junction with
the Mississippi oentral Railroad:
Leaves junction 7.00 a. at. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r. SZ. i arrives at the Junction
6:00 r. sr.
Freight Trains le. ve Memphis for Pecahontas DAILX
at 7 a.m. Doors dose st 4 p. at.
Threagh Tickets only, oa the above Routes, can be ob
tained at toe uommeretai Hotel, as weil as in forma tioc
connected with the Road.
Passrngers are requested to purchase Tickets before en
tering the cars, and save payment of extra fare.
Baggage checked te all statisna on the Railroad, and
no Baggage will be received without being checked.
Each passenger will be allowed seventy-Ire pounds of
baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds ty Stage; bat no
article win be carried as baggage that Is not incident te
the person of the passenger. Is case ef toss the Com
pany win how themselves responsible for an amount not
degrees, when traverfeag atone, muat have apermK, na
ming tbe point to which they are to go. and SMeJrrinz
that they are to travel by railroad, or they will net be
epSl Superintendent ot Transportation.
For Baltimore, Tfasliingto a, New
York, Philadelphia, .'ic.
Diroct Through Lino for the East!
ilattimore and Ohio
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (37
miles,) and to Washington, (40D miles.) and presents
the fullest advantages both, as a freight and passengei
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
Alleghenhs; and bring solidly constructed, completely
equipped and carefully managed, ia oueot the most at
tractive and nfc.t Railroads ia the United States. The
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and Zanesville to
Wheeling, unite this road with ail portions of the West
The oiilt Through Tickets from Memphis,
Locijville and St. Louis to the National Me
tropolis, are sold by this road, which runs dtrect to
Washington without the delay of passing threagh Balti
more. It is also the only Its by which baggage can be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
3By the mail route from MempUs, take the man
steamers, running daisy fr Loaisvilte, connecting there
with mad steamers or JenVrsonville Railroad far Cincta
natt, when they arrive so as ta connect with Ihe cars oi
Little Miami Railroad ter Cut am bus, connects? there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark aad Zanes
ville, to Wheeling. By tbe express train of this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Washington
Is less than 27 hours.
f3B.ar to sik for tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Rail read Route.
S3Fasengrs from Memphis goiag East tlueugli St
Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohsg
Railroad. This route lays through Viaceases, Terra Haute,
Indianapolis, etc., to Wheeling, over the new Date and
Mississippi and cennnecting Roads. These connections
are ail direct, and the time from St. Louis to Baltimore
or Washington is but about 43 hours. Through Tickeu
by this route may be had ot the Agent, under the Plan
ter's Uoutv, at tbe following rates ; From St. Luuis to
Baltimore $25; to Washington $26.
At Wheeling the pas.cager takes the superior cars ol
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times
daily ter Baltimore, Washingtor, Philadelphia and New
Tork. Through in 16 or 17 hours, Including stoppages.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty ot ihe country, and
general comfort, this road is second to none in the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment of any Railroad IB the United States, and is
prepared to do an immense basisess in transportation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and
in the streits ot Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia and New Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and Balti
more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to Xew
Tork, and by new Merchants' and Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, &c. For
particulars, see freight tariff, copies ot which may be had
st the Forwarding Houses in the West, or of J. B. Ford,
ReceivlEg and Forwarding Agent at Wheeling.
WM. S. WOODSIDE,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLETTB,
Jus25-Iy Agent, 61 From Row, Memphis.
ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND
To the North and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
From Catro to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Honrs,
Without Break of (iuage or Change of Cart or
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
.leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, Xew Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Xlagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to Xew Tork. Timo from Cairo to Xew
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as lev, and comfort great
er, than by any other route, rassengera through are
HOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines ot Bailrnads through Indiana aad
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 far Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, &c., and with a splendid Line of First Clatt
Sttamers for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Colling
wood, Toronto, &c
"rains leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol
6:05 A. M., Chicago and Dunleith Express, Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago, with New Tork Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New Tork Central Railroads, threagh In thlrty-ojo hours.
This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Lpuis and Vlncennes J at
Pana.with Trains cf the Terra Haute, Alton and St
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincin
nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena
Dunleith; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring
field, Naples, Rocklsland. Burlington and Qulncy.
6:10 p. M., X'ew Tork Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at important Stations, except on Signal,
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur U
Dunleith, and arriving at Chicago at 2 p. m.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will find at Dun
leith, steamers ot the Dunleith and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, ic. Passenger,
for JanesvUle, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at Freeport with Trains to Beloll and JanesviRe, and
frrra thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. The Maps and Charts Indicating the Great Central
Route to the North and East are an exact transcript of
Cotton's Map of the United 8tates, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as well as the running
time cards ot the connecting Roads, and Judge for them
selves as to thecorrectnessof the above statements. Tbe
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler,
a, 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 of the trav
eling public; the permanency ot the road and structure,
the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves to those who eeslre In traveling speed,
comfort and safety.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege
cf laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Offices on the line.
A. T. LAVALLKTTE, Agent,
Juni-Iy Memphis. Tenn.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
SACKS for sale by
Xo. 6 Monroe street.
Bagging, Rale Rope and Twine,
(1 OX STAXTLT on hand and for sale by
A NEW, llzht, elegant ond cheap Patent SPRING
tX. MATTRESS, for sale by
sep28-tf H. If. GROSVEXOR.
A SUPERIOR assortment of Pianos and Meledeoai,
.jl jest receivea oy
H. M. GROSVEXOR.
Carpets & Curtains
TUST received, a largtf assortment of elegant VetvsL
J Brussels, Tapestry .'.Three Fly, Superior and Common
Carpets.Rugs, Curtains, Cornices, 4c. . .
sep23-U H. M. GROSVEXOR.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Open to Como.
0Vffr,?J.?d,r' January 12th. 1857, THROUGH
MAIL TRAIN will leave Memphis daily. (Sundays
excepted.) at 7:30 a m., arriving at ComoT!
2Sb5';t iTao at 10M x-
This Tram connects at Como with J. p. MeAlexander fc.
Sf. fi?1- ttei reduced to 42 mUes Utween Mem
phU and Grenaia through in 15 hours. The travetor
other ' Cloton' Jison and Vlcksburg thu nr
iE,RI'1 T?1 wm !Uy trips, Sundays
J )fna and after Monday, the 19th of Jaruary
te t .mo. It will be expected that consignees wUJ havi
r'aatements made to receive theie
frt". " the Company have only ?eorar7 ar-anTe-asrats
for taking care of r,h,. .i. Vl.l r-age-
M tor the loss or damage to IS stTtSST'
Faasesgers are reaneited , ...i."10?.
enbKing tbe car,, and save Vyment oreTtraTarT
Zltl to 111 'tlnonsontn, inroad' and na
baggage win be receivd without betatektd. E,
,Tam M Bo,f1 POundTof bagglitby
ried as baxgage that is not ln.irf.n. .v " . "
peaaesgers. ot us
sa. CmevT wttlhold themsalve. re
eMWefsr an amount not exceeding 50
xj-Xegrees, when travsling alone, must hare a nereis.
2. M. FATRICf.
From Memphis to JafilrGrm aJ stn
From Memphis to Nashrille. sin ah.
Via Jaclison, Vaynesooro and
JtWJIZ XORWYVf-sT, JV MT.wearv.
" w w maU.l ii .
I' arc to tirenartn i nn
focladins Omnibaa Ticket to H0D7 Spring,
The Cheapest and Quickest Boute
Between Memphis and Grenada
Jt no presented to tht public rta the
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads.
FOR ttekets or information, apply to
JWttm CO.?Agenu, Commercial Bote,.
N. B. POfiEST,
1E,VjLiEI IX SIaAVES.
No. STAdams-st, Memphis, Ten.,
9L .J";3 iast..pelv"1 tnm rth Carolina.-
desires to call the attention of purer, !?
.He wui be la tbe regular
"uyui, meiy young negroes,
trvinNrih aad South Carolina every montn Hittr
gro Drpot is one of .he mt tV?lr:u.
esubu.hm.nuof the kind In tlSouTherV SSSsTE
his regulauons exact aM s,,t,mVt7e! cISnltaM.n
ae and contort being strictly ob7,veS aS f.n 4
J'",1 t0 'Bnu,u to "wtupers A I ierv"u si
S.M hands, sound and perfect In body itrf mSS:
groes taken oa commission. ,.,
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
O uotU March 10th, VU7.totttVSS:
uriogiug of sixty miles of the Southwestern RaliraTT
commencing .t JleMtnnvlUe, the SXm teTmufusod
counties to Livingston, in 0. ettcn ceuniy
.J ler of the work is heavy, comprising a latga
amount of rock excavation, several heavy Job! of bridfe
cladlng iron, trataiayinFdeporbugsTVnd "al ?S
equh,mct necessary for eperaiieg the road when com!
.?!,.',.S.1P5: ""MM rpecifleatisna may be sera.
! 'aopn obtained at the Englne?i
eMinnviii., or before that time
Irt rv.'uZ'.r1 c Je Mobil.
...u.vau ..lusti, icnn.
Engineer la charge.
nT-l ,..T"i j .np l ttT house, ens BAT HORSE.
-3K"nmd.f06t white- oa new saddleand
loquue or j R T. wivv
No. 231 Afain-st
H. C. CAYCE & SON,
GeneralAgcnts&Real Estate Brokers
No. 25 Madison Street,
PARTICULAR attention will be given to all sales In the
city or country, of Negroes. Ral Estate, Merchan
dise, Farsitare, Land Scrip, Stock, c. All kinds Rent
ing and Leasing Property, etc. StorSgs and Consign
ments solicited from all sections.
Returning our grateful acknowledgments for the very
liberal patronage heretofere received, we now pledge our
selves, havingdetermlned on making Memphis ourper
manent borne, to double our diligence if posslbls, ani
think wiih twenty years experience la he fradr, the last
efcvea lnMemphU, we ought to be graduates, and feel
confident we can gl.e, as we think we have done
References A. OHarrls Co., R. A. Parker, S H
Lamb Co., W. Howard. H. F. Farnsworth Jt Co . Geo
FUherty & Bro., I. B. Klrtland, R. C. Rlnkley, Eq.,B.
Graham, Esq, Col. R. Tejp, Dr. Sam. GUbert, Mem
phis; Baldwin Starr, N. T. Denison k. Son, W L.
Bruce X. Co., Ciacinuau; Tbos.T. Read, Esq., S Casst
dy, Louisville; Messrs. Duncan, Rawllngs, B F. Shields
it Co., Thos. B. Winston, New Orleans ; R.3C. Splcer k.
CHEWING AND BlOKING TOBACCO,
At Manufacturer's Prices.
AMONG which may be found
Wm Cromptoa's celebrated brands, Lynchburrt
Headersoa and Uolcombe brands. i
Dr. James Saunders' Harry of the West. Jtc "
O. Ford's Anna Rice, c.,
R. J. Wade's brands,
Jas. Thomas, Jr. 's Crescent City Paragon, Richmond;
Coby & Wlafrees SUr of Richm'd FrlJe of Va. "
Jl. Sill's Fig. Mayflower, c .
Coleman Wortbam's " C. W. Iris, "
nardgrove's Indispenssble, c,
C M. Co.by, (C. M. Cosby brand) DaavtHet
Withers Ayres Young America,
W. T. Southerllna' brand,
R. P Richardson " Old Caswell, " Reeds Hie, N. C.
With a great variety of common brands too numerous
to mention, allot which will be sold at INVOICE PRI
CES, to dose consignments.
Even article warranted fresh and genuine, and direct
J. B. SHARPS, Wholesale Tobacco Factor.
Trustee's Sale of Real Estate.
In pursuance of a Deed of Trull executed to ma
ijgjmywm. Wall r for the beneflt of Wm Richard-
vy-ison uunt, uatea on the sixth day of February,
eighteen hundred and lit ty-Cve. and duly recorded
in the Register's cfflce of the county of Shelby, and Slate
ot Tennessee, la Book X'o. 19, pages 166, 167 and 168, on
March 21st. 1S53, I will proceed to sell for cash, st public
sale, in front ot G. B. Locke's Auction House, east aids
nf Main street. Memphis, Tennessee, at II o'clock, oa
SATURDAT, tbe 11th of February, A. D. 1S57, the fol
with the lmprovem nta thereon, to wit : Beginning at a
stake on the east side of Rayburn street, at W. T. Arery'
(now R. A. Parker's) southwest corner; thence sooth
with said street fuur hundred feet and six Inches (iQOH
feet) to a stake; i hence east seven hundred and sixty-one
teet and six Inches (761 H feet) to a stake on Park's ave
nue; thence north with said avenue four hundred feet ami
six inches (100H feet) to a stake at theaald W T. Avery's
(now R. A Parker's) southeast corner, thence with said
W. T. Avery's (now R. A. Parker's) south line, west
seven hundred and sixty-one leet and six inches (761 H
feet) to the beginning, containing 'seven acres (7 acre);
being the nortb half ot Lot Xo. 1W, laid 00 by Wlllough
by Williams, south ot and near the city of M' mphls, and.
the same that was deeded to Wm Joyner by H Gulon
on the 3d dsy of April, 1852, and registered in the Regis
ter's office of Shelby county, Tenn., in Book 10, pages No.
301 and 365, on the ?th day of May, IS52, and also daeded
by Wm. Joyner to Wm. Richardson Hunt, tn the 6th of
January, ISM, and by said Hunt deeded to Wm. Walker.
Ihe title to the above property Is undisputed, hut I
convey only such title as is vested ia u. as Trustee.
Equity ef redemption Is waived by the terms of the Deed
of Trust. J. D. WILLIAMS, Trustee.
Memphis, January 10th, 1S5T-Janlltds
Chancery Sale oi Two Valuable
PURSUANT to a Drecree of the Chancery Court st
Memphis, rendered November Term, 1856, la tbe
ease of Joseph Lenow and Archibald Wright, Ada'rs of
Albert G. Underwood, decd, and others, ex-parte petition
to sell Slaves, Jtc., I will on
Tuesday, 2th February, 1856,
la frent of my once, in the city of Memphis, proceed ta
tell to the highest bidder for cash.
Two Valuable Negroes,
belonging to the Estate of said A. G. Underwood, dee'd
viz : Negro Man .named HENRY, a No. 1 Plasterer, and
his wife AGXE3, as excellent House or Kitchen Servant.
Sale at II o'clock A. IT.
Jan2t-dawtds JOHN C. LANIER, C & M.
THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory oa
Second street, between Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and JU
palr Carriages at the shortest notice. AH work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share of puhlle patronage
Ja -ly L. 3. BURR A. CO.
TUTT received, 180,000 Cigars, ranging in price treat
J $10 to $ a thousand, by
H. H. POTTER,
del6 Mstn-st., 3d doer North Worahata. House.
. 100 Barrels Flour,
T7ARI0US brands, frora the best-Extra to Supers.
. V. - tr. sale by 'MB; MERRILL,
ocCS , :.- ifala itts&i.