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BY M'CLANATTAN, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1857.
VOL. VII. NO. 291.
'life'. R. M'CICNAH&N, LEONTDAS TROUSDALE
fl'CTDX, BENJAMIN r. DILL,
jAcKpstyrJtE sttle akd iirjj or
A3Ci.-AlIAS:AlT. HTJTTON & CO..
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craalss the arte-for the same is attended with the
S3" AinViilj subscriptions will be considered due and
payaaieba f-yearlj 1b advance.
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Isrto'jjjr, charged double rates.
XTf'Xearty lawtlrs wi be caargaa extra for eccn.
pyts; epace over contract, and wben large ttpe is re
paired ta be ased, er tae adrertlfreraeat kept on inside of
J3 Tsaiir adrertieers wm be thaig extra at regular
rate roi wan it. Ken's, HemoytH. tartaerkbip Xo-
ljce. is uanncaees, &c.
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iass Bf spec ai ceatran. .
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t3 Aasoaaeiascasdidates tor State, Ceaaty and if a
nlCMiil OSees, $5 each, to be paid in advance In every
tl" All adrertieraents for Cbarftabie InstitntJeas,
Fire Ossapiaaw. "Ward. Town, and ether I'.Wtc ileetin;9,
to be dtarKed half price.
t3 Karrteges and Itoejhs are pabliehed as sew ; hot
Obttaara,2Tieate af Eefpect and Foaeral Invitatiens
as aster afrttaemeats.
X3 An Lagal and TraBstoat AsrertiseaieBts will bo
ch need ay the iaoertiea.
S3- iMIkarial Katices is Local Cataant wH be charged
0 oad ftr liae
X3T Kad action er TarUtton wiB be Bade from the
JCcCLAJTAKAK. nCTTON k. CO.
t,. o. hives.
A TT8RKZT AND COU.VSSLOR AT LA.'W, Memphis,
XX. nsa one is rost once saining
AB hahc seatraled te his care wit! receive prtmpt
and faKMnl atteatioa. Cdlectiaas p-ouptly Bade in the
rmrrearjdiag ceanties of west Teabeeec, Miasiscippi and
E" 1 OR. 1V3I. HEWITT
WILL prictice nt'OictiR-, en the priactpi thst tfaer is
cwd ia all tytt-a. and none ail saMcieat OQ
ea JrOersoa str-ei, la tht Pin' Office Baildtae. fecund
dear fna the Fwt Offlor. Rttideuce on the corner of
Beraaado and EIHett streets.
Oat. J. B Stoatoi. S. Adams Esq., Raywrad county
IUv. Pi B Btaad, Sr. J 11 Kaciao, Fayette coaaty.
F.. Seeaerri le. B-q., F P HarHa. Esq .Tipton eeaaty
J. L Weh, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
- J. A. AIVDERSOIY.
AijlalyBT AT LAW. Memphis, Tean. OJSee in
WaHer'a Baiidiag, ever Mansfleld's Dra? Stare,
Maw tsjeet. . JaalO-ly
ol Car (I
DR. SAMUEL GILBERT. Sr., has retarsed to his oM
heenertead nar Memphis and reopesw d bis laflrm
ary, and wSI 1 mull permueatly. li. treats the fol
Bg Cheaoic Dteeases : CaTJScn)ffBla, Wbi e SwiHU-f,
Tms ad W a without Srtcal operaWoas. He al.i,
treats fl Chronic Feusaie di'ease, 3 reset leagstarKlitiK,
Tetter, Kheaasatisai, Syphilis, aad afMBis of Mercutia!
Br 6. deem; It uaaceeary to :y more, a be has Hv
ng witeeste of bis saccass from Maine te Oregon,
BEXJAMIT JEOWCOTT, Dentist.
HAVINH nieaMed mneU well tupractioe
Dentist y in Memphis I re poet fatly solicit
iibe patronage of all who may need my ser-
' vices in the Dental line, and bind myself to
perform ail operaikma oa the Teeth, and iuert ArtlacUl
Teeth in the most approved style as well as it ta be
dan in thi-or any other country.
OdBee en Main street, opposite worsham Eoase.
a. V. AfREE.. .............. -..-.....n. M. ACREE. I
G. W. & H. 31. ACUEE,
DENTISTS. Office t nion mecK, Gonrt
stret, between Main aad .Front Row,
An Dntal uperatnat .perionaea wtm
the leaet pMsiale para. Diseases of the Alveolar Process
and Gams treated in the attest siUltul nianaer. Full or
partial Sets at Teeth set on Gutta Percha er Gold, with
tb; latest improvements, and otJAEAKTIED.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
Crczxoral Xjtvn 3. i.goiit.
TTTIt.L attend pefsaoally te theleeattag af Swamp Land
f VV Scrip aad Warrants In the Jaeksenpert aad Helena
IHstriets, ctillag Land and paying Taxes.
B"8raaa,Mephls,Tiin.; A. S. Haey. Little Reck;
R. C Bria-tey, ' Mai T. Mall, Miss.;
W. M. Folwe'J, " J. Norton &. Co., N. O.;
F. Laae A Oo , " J. A. Reeseeaa, LaGraage,
IT. P. Cealidge, Heleaa,; Tean ;
Myrtte Maese, " W. E. Butts, LawreBcerllle,
Atten Pdtk " Pa ;
O. W.jSwd, Jackseapert; Peel Watsen,Jackaeapart
J. S. WHITE, M. !.,
LATE at Hardecaa craety, having reawved to Mm
pWs.aOers his prefesslenal services to the cttiseoa.
0e eo Ceart Sqaace. ea- door west of Wanaoe's Anc
tlea haawe. Reatdeace oa Tuntotoc street, sooth side,
betweaa Si Patrick and St. Martiu. auS3 U
R. F. L.OONET.
A 1-WNETAT LAW. Cfflce ever C. W. Ch'rryfc
A Oa.'a. ia6-tf
" r- " B. C. BROWN,
ATSltRNET AT LAW, Marios, Ark., practices In
. FfcflMps, CrttaeBden, Misslseippi, Gren, Randolph,
1 1 ii snnr, la-ependenoe, Jackson, Pouut, St, Francis
and Mabra Oaantiea. in Arkaa. - wcT7-ASsr
J. WICEEBSHAM.........-. ...... ..ED. A. BEECIIER.
WICH.ERSHAM & BEECH ER,
A TXORNKTS AT LAW, Memphis, Tecnessee. Office.
XlTNe t JrCTtrson street sM-t
. SMITH P. BANRIIEAD,
A5T0RNKT AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office in tbe
. Post Office Block, ever AydieK Co., third story.
Dr. It. LASttl,
LATE Staff Physician and Di-ector of several Hospitals
.to Germany, member of different Medical Societies
In New Tork .bas located ia the city of Memphis, and of
tersihs Svtees to thepablic as Physician, Acooscher,
aa(l'far awvperatleas ffi a Jrgery.
Washington street, between Main and
jl. r. siertAitDsox..iv. w. wheatlet..m. y moos.
RicUardson, Wlieatlcy & Higgs,
ATJORNT.YStAT LAW O See on tbe corner ef Second
. aaaBrt streets, Memphis, Tnn. , oell-ly
. i 8i i
? JOHN A. NOOE, "?"
A "SiRNKr AT-LAW. Office to Ue P t 03 Bnlld-
I1ASKEI.L. &. SEARCY,
ATTORNS!' AT LAW, Mesnpbis, lenaeswe. Wm. T.
Tl-skMl and Robert Searcy have Mssodxted thrm
seives teget-eT la the practice ef Law. OMe. in tbe
Waikea- tfleek. -ovao-dlm
ATTORNET ATJ-VW, Coviatrten, Tean. All Vusinet n
eatrested te his care will receive prompt attentic..
lalyia-tf " - . -
ATTORNXr AT LAW, Memphis, 1nn., w ill practice
. In all the Oacrts of Memphis and the Western Dis
-tpee fath of Court Square, adjelalng that of the
OlimWi MTI Otert. marl3-ly
.4GBERT H. OSBORNE
"rT7TL1atice Law In the Courts of Hardeman. Fay.
W etttTTVpton and Shelby, also in MeNMsy and Har
dlr oounties.nd In the Supreme Onr. M Jackson. AI'
business ntrn?ted to bitp u receive ptstapt and faith
f ul attention. - 11'- ibce is in the Chancery Clerk's office.
BMv- TI..ueman county, Tenn. nov22
JOHN P. FARREL.L.Y,
ATTORN ET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis '
. Ten. OSce cerner-'ef Main and Jefferson street,
over Lehman Ga.'s. ,
Refer ta Hens. HerryiPlctle, W. F. Buttock and Messrs.
A. I Shtw-H h. San, LotusrSie, Ky.; Hen. James Pryer
CarroHtoo, Kyi; McGregor. Alto way & Co., and Moses
Greenwood, New Orleans; X. it. Apperssn Co., Mem
phis. . no-14-tf
J. .TACOBI & CO.
No." 323 Mala, bet. Union and Ga-oio-tts.,)
Importers and manufacturers ci
HAVANA &; DOMESTIC
CI&AES AKD TOBACCO
"10XSTANTLT on band, a larte assortment of tte most
vy isvonie crauas, i moneraie prices.
A. J. WAIT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL,
G M O MM ,
ATO PEALEB3- IX ALL BIKDJ or
UPPER , COUNTRY PRODUCE
Sontheast Corner f Slninaad Union Sts.,
HATE always oa band a -well -and" carefully selected
stock at article in their line, which they wia sen at
the lowmt'-caTreot prices.
J3 orders promptly nuea wiin atipatcn.
AND DEALER IX
Watches, Clbclts. aud Jewelry,
COR.NER OF HAiy AXD ADAJIS-ST3.,
TAKES this metbod of lnformlnz bis friends.
.Ed th nawtc cenerallr. last nr Laa marea from
3. bis eld stand to the corner of ITatn and Adams
aukitreets. where he will take rdeasare in exblbltlsi
a new and choice lot ot JEWXLBT, to those ho tnaj
favor him with a call, and will be pleased to execute all
orders for repairs in bisltne. He hopes, by honesty, in
tegrity, and bis efforts to please, to caln the conSdence
and liberal patronage ef all who may end it convenient tc
Tlilt bis ettabttshnwnt.
J3T AH" orders for repairing in every brancb of my bn;
sioeiis peomBtly atteaded to. aag21-ly
CANDEEi Mil & CO.,
3Tevxi.i3.txry 3jst, 1857.
1J osering onr card to the pnblic we tender onr ac
knowledgments, for the very liberal patronage extend
ed n during the past year, and promise for the future to
furnish ore customers the- LAUUKhT, cueaFST and
BUST SELECTED STOCK-" onn ia the Soctbern
Our Senior partner will be constantly In the Ijilem
market, and will keep us fully supplied with every desira
ble style of
Staple tnd Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Agents for rorre of the belt brands of DO
MESTICS, OSKABURGS, x., which w oUer at Factory
CAIVDEE. MIX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS $ SMOJ2s
225 MAIN'-ST., MEMFniS, TKXK.
J. B. SHARPS,
Ao. S5 jiaduon-if.,xitreen i ronx iimcana Main,
TTTOUIJ) respectfully inform the merchants ef Mem
V V phis and surreuaJlng country, that he has jnst re
turned tr-ja the dtlas of Virginia, where he established
a permanent Agency f r the sale of all grades of lrg'n
la Tobacco, and Intends to keep constantly on bande
stock equal to the demand, at minuraciorer' prices.
Beisz fuar able to oomp-te with the New Tork, Baltl
mere, Cinetnaati aad New Orleans markets, he Invites
the attention 01 an abaters in tae suove article u air
stock befure purchasing elsewhere.
0l-dw t' J H. SllAKI'K.
r. I'CAXE......................r a. WILLIAMS
KcCANE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to Wheal & Tnylor,)
FOR1VAKDINO AND COMMISSION
Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas,
Af the trotting of the Me-nphis and little Rock Rail-
THST keep constantly on hand Surar, Ceffee, Salt,
Floor. Molasses, and all other articles usually kept
In a Grocerv. which they will sell low for cash or ex
change for Hides. Pars and Peltries, or any other articles
brouset to the market.
n..t destined for Utile Rock or the adjacent
counties shipped to Duvall's BlnSs, will be forwarded
iBunediately. as there are always wagons ana teams in
r uliness to haul to any point.
nJBW G o o&s :
We are now receiving and opening our
Fall ai-d. "Winter
CONSlSiING of every variety of Staple and Fancyury
Good usually kept in this market. Soperflne-Black
and Bine Cloths, Casslmeres, Dteskins, Cloaks, Mantillas,
Voire Autiaue, Velvet Shawls, t-e latest style ; Laaics'
nrvi. Ri. or a tunerii-r nualltyt Crase Shawls, a
large lot af Blaiikets, Negro Cloth, Bruises, Ready Made
Clothiag. Beets an J Shoes, Hats, and a variety of articles.
oo ninwient to mention.
AMI ask is, "Come one, earae all," and examine my
stock, before mating your purchases. I bought cn the
very best terms, and am dete ratified that none shall un
dertelt me. I shall advpt the Cash SvsTEsr, exctpt ta
punctual dealers. A . C BLAIR,
AD. -I' Maiuim)
octlJ-Jtw awSm OM Stand of Ferguson 4. NeilL
J. V. FUEI1,
jST- -CIV J'rCCM A. Att-a V ,
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
THE highest market prices paid for rough and rendered
TaHow, Lard and Soap Grease. novi-ly
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
No. GG Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
KEKP3 constantly on hind, BOOTS and
SUOES. of his own make, also of other
manulactorers. ne keeps, a!o, leather,
Aalr nl TTriDer. Calf Skins. French and
American Shoe Findings, Trnnks, Carrrt Bags and Va
lise, all of which b wl 1 e-1. as cheap as any in this
market. Give hiina call before purchasing elsewhere.
- A. STJKEET & CO.,
MiNnrAf-rtlRERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARISJ
vy jlcx-i.j , CUC,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
ang!2 MEMPHIS, TEXX
"Walker & Brothers,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTMNG,
AXD DEALERS IX
Dry oos, lioots &. Sliocs,
7TLx1c3jIo nata.cL roT.vi1,
No; 79 Eront Row.
ria- WE Lave just received one hundred cases of
Wii 1 Clothing, expressly mannf actured fer this mar
fKket, and are opening the best selected stocks of
all kinds of Dry 'Goods, Boots and Shoes, ever
brought here, which we sffer at the lowest possible prices,
being enabled to. compete' with any bouse through, th.
facilities of onr bouse in Philadelphia,
Wit would especially Invite the attention of country
merchants, knowii.g that w: an and will suit all ?d
very ' Ca'l ari' tee. anglt-'
"A. VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
ATotn sfreef, nexf door lo Odd FeUvwi' Roll,
T-s-r- . -r.f-i s-s 3T
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Veiictnes. Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
X3" Every article sold by us warranted as represented,
subject to be vetur-ed at our expense. JulyS-Iy
HVOXLINTINE, Esq., has removd his Law Office
ovrr4ke Store and Commission House of Fowlkes,
Hcunt cco., on Jefferson street, between the Fost Office
n-i Main stret, spelS-tf
" v Pittsburgh Ale.
TTJSTt-celred, 300 this. Smith's ruierior Pittsburgh
J Ale. H. H. POTTER,
tlesIB Main-st, Sd'daer North Wonham House.
GRAHAM" & HILL,
WAX VA' JL' JS. vrjLa.7e;
uommission asa lirocer iilcrciiants,
NO. 9 FRONT BOW.
JAMES T. TATLOR ....IT. B. R01I.
TAYI4OR & ROSS,
GENERAL C03DIISSI0S MERCHANTS
A'o. 6 Monroe Street. Slemnhis,
WILL make liberal c.th advances oa all conslgnmenti
of Produce or Merchandise.
Reference Henderson, Terry fe Co.. S. O. Nelson fc
Co., New Orleans ; Speed & Strange, S. M. Apperson &.
uo., Aempus. novis-ira
PATTERSON, MARSHAL..! & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
Xe. 49 Fro at Row, Slemphls, Tenn.
OUR charges for selling Cotton on arrival- are Fifty
Cents per Hale : lor storing and stlllng. Seventy-Five
gents, ah uotton lnsnrea nmess otnerwiis instraciea.
i. T.. SMITH. ..J. B. MEACnAM... WBtTEriELO.
SMITH, MEACHABr & CO.,
W liolcsala Ci r o cers,.
Forwarding & Commission Merchants, I
(Hatty tf Hunt'i A'tw BuUdingt,)
lYo. IS Front ICow, Ulcmpltls,
TTAVE now on hand a fine assortcent of Bagging and
XX Rope of Ue best brands, together with a complete 1
and well selected stock of the various articles usnaHy J
Kept in onr Dimness, to which we Invite the attention or
Agents for the'-sale of "Pitt's celebrated Magnolia
Whisky, " and Jones, Lloyd k Co.'s Southern Mancfac
tured Nails. SMITH, MEACHAM 5. CO.
r. It ILL -J. T. HATLET.
HILL & HAYLEY,
2XTo. Co Sroat 3rlow,
OVER D. n. T0WNSEN1VS,
rt ClIUw K.AMMsa nr ra1ea Ta QlnatM anrl QaII-
JD ing, 75 cents iir bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
tm Mjciuuk. ww V4. .a .ai uvi Ktti- a w tjtutiu tutu a."isiw
Stored by us will be covered by Iniurace, unless othsr
Yu Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished
to customers. sepitMiawsm
...J. R. WRAT.
SMITH WICK, TI'RAY & CO.
A'o. 3 iladUon-tt., betcteen Front Sow and Mtin-tt.,
Up Stairt, MEMPHIS, TENN.
STRICT attention given to Selling ;ahd Storing Cotton
and Produce consigned to us.
N. B. OrdersforBsgglng. Rope and Plantation Sup
plies ruled with care and d'apatch. Charges for Selling
1 Storing Cotton, ntty cents per bale. augzi-em
A. Hi. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Suceetton to Powell $ Co.f)
NO. -H UNION STREET,
sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
W. A. BRYAN,
( M. X. BRVAX,
Late of La Grange, Tenn.
D. C. WILLIAMS, S
Late of Panola, Miss.
YEBNOIT, BRIM & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
No. G Front Row, over Mencham tz Gnlbralth's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping aad
Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per ale.
S3- All cotton sent to us will bo covered Insurance,
unless otherwise instructed. augt
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
FELIX WALKER, X. C. SXIDElt,
New Orleans, La. CoEeevme, miss.
WALKER & SNIDER,
Cotton F actor s
No. 123 Canal Street,
JulylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
, m. noRTOx,.. n. c. iioxtox,
Lale norten Hunter. Late of Monthalia, Miss.
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
No. 3 MadUon-St., oppotite L. M. Kirtland't OJict,
WE will continue as heretofore, giving special atten
tion to the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at fifty cents
per bait, and to tbe selection and purchase of any article
In market. Office removed from No. 3 Front Row to No.
3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bant. anggO
M. GATES A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOBS, GROCERS,
roduce and Gcssral Commission
IV;Ft O -NTT 13,
No. 3 Union Strtet, between Main and Front Rots,
AFTER an active application to buiiness, for over
eleven years, we, for the first time, 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 te our charge. Our stock of Bag-
gicg. Rope and General Supplies will not be excelled in
tbe city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only he
made on consignments In store. Insnr-ceon Cotton or I
other Produce, In store, wiU only be efi.cted upon actual I
lnstructlsns, or whea under advance. Shipments ef
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be lnsnred while In
transit, with open policy, -unless othtrwtse instructed on
the face of bills lading.
To all our friends who have so liberally patronized us
during years past, we shall offer the same inducements as
heretofore for a continuance ef their patronage.
un!3-dawlr GATES WOOD.
WARD LAW HOWARD ,W. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD fc CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
EALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twine, Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses. Rice. Flour. Lard. Bacon.- Mackerel. Salt.
London Porter. Ale. Wine. Whisky. Vinegar: Guahb.
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock new on hand, and rer sale afieasonahle prices.
J3Cash advances made on Cottons in store f or-sale or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Our Open Policy ot Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to us by water ; also, the risk of Fire while in
store, unless otherwise instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as we have charged for
years past fifty cents per bale. lulySO
BEX. R.EID ,
B. REID & RRO.,
C 0 e nU s s i on- Merchants,
K0. 5 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,. TENN.
A LL Cotton sent to out address Insured, unless instrnc-
lX lions to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders filled with tare.
Store and Sell Cotten at fifty
cents per bale.
T. P. ATDLETTi
T. P. AYDIiETT &. CO.,
BO. 8S GRAVIER-ST., SEW ORX.EAXS.
COMMISSION MERCH ANTS,
NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash advances on all C.tten or other Pro
duce snipped to T. F. Aydlett & Co., New Orl-ans.
CARRIXGT0X 2IAS0X, L. C- -fOBvXLI.
Holly Springs, Miss. Ripley, Miss:
3VIAS0N & N0RVELL,
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
CONSTANTLY cn tend. Ragging, Rope and Plantation
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL C03I.1HSSI0N MERCHANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
H. 0. BREWER & CO.,
GENERA It COMIIIISSION
TKFER to 3. T. Soutter, Eaq., President Bank of th
K Wi-miblle. New Tork; J. JC. Sass. Rsi.. Freslden
Bank of Charleston, 3. C.;-Messrs. John Fraier & Co.,
J. W. Caldwell, Esq., Charleston, S. O.; Cal. Wm. M.
Churchwell, President Bank ef East Tennessee, Knox
vllle; I. B. atlRTLAND, Esq., and Messrs. FALLS 4
CASH. Memphis, Tenn. sep71-6m
c MAIOX.... -...0
C. BOO!E....,...L. C. XORVELL.
Louisville, Ky. Ripley, Mis,.
MASON, BOONE & NORTEL.L.,
. i r. n.-nf.Mtnif 7!Ta.1.tyvc
tomiliissiuii a, ruratutuf3 intnuoau-,
Uo. 101Main-St., Memphis, Tenn.
BAGGiNG, Rope, Jeans, Lin seys, and a general stock
of Plantation Supplies constantly on hand.
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
m AfliJ ULAbHAb
35 CAilP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
-1ASH advances made on all Cotton or other Prodaee i
consigned as aoove, oy " "
T. J. DATICSOX J- B. ELLII.......A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELL18 & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and beneral
No. 319 Main Street, Eatl tide betaeen Jejertoa and
AaaBU, Aierrpnv, cnn.
Tt OPE, Bagglnz and Plantation Supplies always on
J. M. PATIUCK & CO,,
ILL give strict attention to all Cotton sent us for sale
V'v in ihi. -itYbI. or shlDment.
Cotton consigned to us will be Insured against the dan
gers of River Navigation and Fire while in store, unless
otherwise instructed. Orders for Bagimg, Rope ana
Supplies will meet our prompt attention.
angl3-dawSm J. M. PATRICK! & CO.
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet Front Row & Main,
-Tt""r:r"' .. , .r,d .hmmentof
T)Aiiuiiutt aucuiiuu r
I J. Cotton ana omer ru , . . . .
Bagging, Kope ana a-ianu- u,t.
lowest market prices.
jr. jr,. yerser9
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
Mosbv & Hunt's New Block,
Up Stain, No 17 1-2 Frent Row Memphis
I Grcieries.Vgging and Rope, &c
j. c. ORirnxo onirnxo.
I C rnlPPISR fc. BIIO..
J. C. lHI A"a
a-...w.a Issis-n 1X1 s V P. II all 1 S.
Mftin Street, Memphis, Tenn.
K win furnish supplies te our friends as heretofore,
and make advances on shipments to our friends in
KTow Orleans ?ixx.
t. t. TnEonALD..J. c. omrrixa.-r. i. Theobald.
Frankfort, y. Memphis, Tenn. Frankfort, Ky.
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
JtO. 71 CAMP STREET,
In!vl9rdawtf NEW ORLEANS. LA.
I. L. IEAILEV.
BEASLEY & L.OYING,
Pnttnn 17-trtnrS. CorrmiiSSiOn jlCrCliantS
. , --
NO. 13 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stocks! Rope and Bagging always on hand.
Charges ltt, cents per bale, all other Produce at
usual rates, instructions stncuy omrjc-,
remltance. All Produce insurea, unies. in
structed. ang20 dawly
E. AltEIiIi & CO.,
For the Sale, SUrag and Shipmenbof,
JfO. 69 FKOXT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
ALL orders for Bagging, Bale Rope, Groceries, Provis
ions and Plantation Supplies, filled carefully and
rgastflUv. at the lowest current Tate. angl-wly
X. T. STRATTOX. I ) uavu,
E. M'DATITT. . I
OROCERS AXD OEXERAI.
NO. 70 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LL consignments insured unless otherwise lnstrutt
A ed Agents for " GRISWOLD'S " celebrated COTTON
we eonUnue to Store and SeU Cotton at FIFTY CENTS
Pr . . , T-l.T,.-.
, Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, shell
On hand, a large stocs ot a-u-ct-ivui- ..-
will furnish to our customers at the lowest market ptice
angl-wSm .. ... - w.
norm, at act nil coif fer cath.
Owing to a change In our business, we cfTsrat actual
cost for ccjA and cath only, ourentlre stock ef Clothing
and Furnishing Goods. As the business must be closed
up. and to do so the stock 'must b sold, persons In want
of Goods in nur line, will find It 1e tblr. advantage to
give us a call. KELLER -JOHNSON,
No. 3 Clark's Marble Block,
jsnl-Jm 72 Main street.
j Enquirer co-iy three months.
, rBAKSIOLI F. n. WILLIAMS0X.
FRANSIOLI & WILLIAMSON,
and Retail Dealers In
Chlna,G!ass and Earth
enware, French aud
German Vases, Sliver,
Silver Plated, German
Silver and Brit an la.
Ware, Fine Table Cut
lery, 135 Main Street,
Also LooVlng Glasses,
Looking Glass Plates,
Tea Trays, Parlor
Glroudoles, c, c
G. B. IiOCKEj
Auctioneer and General Agent,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
S3 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
T) ARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
X Property, Negroes, Merchandise, ef every aeecnpiion.
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Slocks, Rem lag and
Leasing Property, fee
Storage and Consignments solicited.
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, late of Hunts vllle, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
sales ot every description. Liberal Cash Ad VARCEs
MADE OX COXSIOXMEXTS.
stStorage and consignments solicited.
P. S. I am Agent for The Adams Express Company,
Profitable and Honorable Enpldymcnt
FOR THE WINTER.
PERSONS tn town or country In search of emplrymenl
as a source of Income, o to fill np their leisure hours,
msyhearof such by enelotlsg two stamps, to pay post
age, to Profesor J sMES T. HORNE, Box No. 4Sl New
Tork Post office. The employment is fitted to either sex
station In life immaterial. It is an article of dally
consumptionand can be manufactured In any person's
dwelling; secured by copyright; sales as permanent as
flour. An agent is wanted in every town in the Union. -Jsrl-lm
31a TT-JST G 22:
have the honor to inform lUn pub
lie that they have re-opened tbetr
BAR-RUUJi on Adams street, opposite Wursbara Iluae.
as a LAGEll BERK SALOON, in which they will com.
me tee on Monday the 2d of February, to give a p!erdid
LUNCH, (with a glass of Lagr Beer at the low rate 1 1
FlFTEEXcE.vrg, Good SOOF will be served op at each
Lnnrh. Lunch at half-past ten o'clock A. SI., every dav
Jan3I-dtra J. SCnWOOB & S. UERRMAN
Corner of Main -and Adams street.
mHIS House is situated is the centre of business, ant
Jl is now finished and In completeonler. The Ftopi
i"" uimwru u oauij l. ituvaiKu aur uuut,
BeTnz grateful for the verv nberal natron.ee bestcwoJI S VS? ?ml
on him for the last two years, he hopes by a street atteoO
oc7-tf J. j. WOBSIIAIf PrhnrlelcT
J. J. WORSnAM, Prbprietcr
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSONjSTS.
mis esusutnmeni nas jnsi unuergons tnerougu
1 pairs in every department. Rooms newly paia
and papered ; bedding thoroughly renovated; there is net
(- thtTArfKIr vs.ew.vataMl-' ()-tM ft
even a mattress that Is not new or equal to new ; carpett
mostly new, tc. In one word the bouse is new in de
cidrdly better orterthan it has ever been sine it was
built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to the
House since I have occupied it, aud having renewed two
leases, one on the House, the other upon my age, I hope
loueawe to give more attention than heretofore, lac
uetcrminxi to make my guests comfortable.
w7-tt D. COCKRELL, rreprtetor
Corner Main anil Jackson-sts.,
THIS we 11 known Ilotel. having chanced hands.
and been thoronhly repaired, and provided with
new Furniture, is now open for the accommoda.
-tlonof Boarders and Travelers.
Tl public may rest assurtd that every exertion will
fTAnutnnil t.n.m. In IT.tt Tmiu,... TT- -.!
and attentive ttrvanls, and a table always (untuned with
the best the country affords, he confllentry relies upon
girlngrntire satisfaction to allwbo may favor biwith
.. . ..... ... ju.uit.HlK
their patronage. WM. . BENNETT,
ffOIlSilAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALH AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie Wor-
T"REP3 constantly on band a large assortment of Green
jjh. ana ury t runs, rraiis in loeir twn joioe,
ters. Pickle?. ConiUIf . Syrops. floe wiuea. Br an ??- all
klndii Vntfj. Jt
C.T"r In comtw" Hh this citib-
?. sloon. and will nceivA PIinsiT
: - . ;
ui-r oy every pacaei. .
S. P. BRICHETTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BR0.f
1 f AT 171 TTtTITn AT TM Ti CI
J W 1 JL1 Xlly X X KJ JL All It O
297 MAIN STREET,
TTTSEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIN
AY. and FANCT CANDIES CAK.HS, Fruits. Preserves,
etc., wholesale ana retail, we are also pnparu to rur
nlsh parties at the shortest notice.
. -i IN connection with this we
N3 I RiV'tvkeep open our HDIES' and
a. ?GKNTLEMENS' OTStTER SA-
, """?: " ?
"V..r-'-'"u'c'"uc,"u """'' ?
i ritfcaii uioibiw oy every Sfamtr. we solicit a share
of the inblic patronage. i:ov2-c!6m'
B. W. ALEXANDER B. J. LAKSIXC.
ALEXANDER & LANSING,
X03. 63 AND 65 LOCUST STREET,
gct-lTI - XlOUi , -0.
R&FE RE"NCE S.
J. J. Mnrphy, Memphis; Cjok k. Co., Memphis
Barnett &. Walker. " Todd&Goyer,
Charl Pollet, ' f eb5 6m
JAMES IOW &.CO.,
41S Main Street, Louisville, liy.,
A RB now receiving their Stock of Dry Goods far the
axcomlng Spring Sales, to which they invite the atten
tion of dealers. Their purchases of American dumeatb
goods have been made under the molt favorable circum
stances, for cah, befera the advance, which will ena
ble them to offer laducements l- the purchaw ef these
goods not to be surpassed by any dry goodsoncera In
the United States.
We flatter ourselves to be able to sell Domestic Goods
fully as lew as they can, at preseat, be purchasrd lroiu
th Dry Goods Commission Hoases in jhc Kieiern mar
kiti. We wi.I have on hand of our own direct Importa
tion from Europe, a larg and well-selected stock of Jac
onets, Swiss Mulls. Natnsnok, Mn lins. Cambric, Liaen.
Uambri. Handkerchiefs, IToHery. Gloves, Bagltib Black
Black and White, and Black and Gray Prints. French
Plat Prints, English 4-4tha, Pnrplcsnd Chocolat Printa,
together with a full aa.ortment of ttood. suitable for
Examine onr stock before making rear pur
chases, and you will find that we have ma do no state-
ments that we aro not fully abla to make good f eb7-d2
I2RADY fc 5ATSES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCH VNTS,
Plain Street, -.omsville, Ky.,
"A TANUFACITRBR'S Agents for Machine Rope, Bag
J.VA glng, Jeans, Lmcys, tie. l.rrM-ly
A. O. SMITH. ...B. r. GUTHRIE. ...OEO. J. ROWT.AXD.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AXD AOEXTS TOR TnE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 361 M -tin Street, between Second nnd Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KY.
J. HI. IiIcFADDHV & CO., .
(LATE TRIFLE TT, M'PADDIX h. CO..)
No. 28 Levee, -hd 56 Commercial Street,
ST. I.OUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provision?, Flour,
Grain, &c, solicited and promptly exec-ted.
C. M. HARTXV S. B. IIARVET.
C. M. HARVEY & CO., -s.
COMMISSIOX & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
t-ri OUR personal attention . tSSPC
a-Wv will be given to the Sale or
iSS'Produce consigned to our'
LJ address. We will contract Freight on the
above ler rc-shlpment cither by sail or steam vessels, at
We have hid several years' experience in oar market
in the purchasing of Staples and asserted Merchandise.
Refer to Cook & Co., J. C. Gilding; 4c Bra . Speed
h Strange, nannah & Shanks. dee!2-ly
LOUISVILLE JPAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. VDuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP ALL ICENDS,
PUVXTEIW IRKS, C,
Alt Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
n. rlTtOERALD...CnAS. C. BILL... VOODWORTIJ.
II. FITZGERALD & CO.,
( Sue ceuort to Park, Simpton 4- Co.,) .-T
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 02 iTonfr Row, Memphis,
Clerk's Sale of Real EMate.
WillUm V. Anderson, J Ex-Parte Petition to sell Real
Aanrr or inos. a simp- Estate.
on. dee'd. and others Jin Circuit Court of Shelbv Co.
PURSUANT to a Decree of the Circuit Court of Shelby
County, rendered on the2d(!ay of January, 1S37. In
the ab ne cause, I will, on the first M0NDAT, being the
ia uay or arcn next, in front of tbe Court House door In
Raleigh, Tennessee, proceed to sell to the highest bidder,
at public auction,
2065 ACRES OF LAND,
lying In the Ilth Surveyor's District of Shelby County.
in Range 6, Sections I and 2, on the south ride of Wolf
river. King tne same Land of which Thomas S. Simpson,
dee'd, seised and possessed.
Terms One-half cath; the residue on a credit of six
months, with bond and security trr the deferred payment
M. D L. STEWART, CUrk.
Wm. . Fojtos, Att'y torPrtitiontrs.
DR. THOS. KELLER.
LATE ot Tuscumbla .Alabama, has located permanent
ly In Memphi-, -doners his services to the public
In all the branches of bis profession He has taken the
office heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
aud Union streets. Having recently made- a careful and
general selection ot Surgical Instruments, he is prepared
for all the operations of Surgery. Residence on Shelby
street, between H-iing and Trezevant streets.
A TTORNEY AT .AW, Memphis, Tenn. Office on east
iX'side of Main street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to F. Titus, McEwcn, Harris McNelU. J. D
William, TV. B. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
Mcon, Titus-Co., ieworisans. janls-tr
3. B. WILLIAMSON,
(Succeueto lFUliaBUon Hancock,)
- V isiroRTEa or
INE WINES. BKAHDIEE
FINE WINES, BSANDIES,
May ana Cigars &c.
NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
f Q 1 -a .
letor I ABBLSMess Poi
ui ' V 50 kegs No 1 Leaf t , .
' Wis wwlkt 5
All of which we will sell rSo.r, .. v
wvT. . eea toeP r easn at No. 49
Front Row, Memphis.
S, B. WILLIAMSON.
re - i rnrri' nh-r.h. . ........ .
ed T whfehi,, . L"?. WtaSrUele.,
rVt I . . - aw ao VI 41 ab yUllllT. JVLUi TlyT
ntl.llfv ittif ...
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver Co.'s Improved Gotten Gins;
Wa;ens. Northern and Southern manufacture;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco ;
Sngar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses; "
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead; v
Brandies and Wises, superior article J
Lime. Cement and Plaster Parli:
Together with a general assortment at H .n.
Mj .cifc m a urocery store.
, , . GWTNNS it GIBSON,
Juira Nes. 1 and 3 Exckvanre IlBiMinr
i 1 W
TAP AIIIIVU iniTIHVITlTTHITVnt.1 .
T7 A T1 T) ADH A TATCt
VA AVAJIA X JrJ O,
EMPOBITJM OP FASHION.
And Ladies General Furnishing, Cloak
anu lTianuua laStaunsflintnt,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are now receiving and
me largest anu moat magntflciit stocks of
'men luinerv ana rancv Drv rinmt. s
ever D-OUght to this oitv. Aha. v.rr lol
-l of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new. Si.ks.Caah-
i u;-aw, wn-amcs, uu a. iary Taiiety or ail
We call aartieular iimw, t. -V,. tv. .
ment. conslstinc of fh.nin- .. it
"! ureciaa, iianaa ana Knelt. Wtaoelaj
I o . . . " .r-Pk
Satin. Slit nr,W r.r... 'nj r,"-,-,jr-r.'"'
01 unt i rencb Kmbrot-errrt. RtrhTbruf !.
. -,t a-? 1 . -. . . - '
liiuuiuiucicu, tl'ivui it nil uiotli
I-dles Cloth and Velvtt for Clonks. Dress Cam Tfe.
I Dresses. Ladies' and Misses' Shs. r-r.M. rur.-.-..
Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress.
es. c., &c.
N. B, Embroidering and Stamping dene. Cloaks an
",wJ -uc tu utuer 111 a tew nours at cheapest prices
ij,ia'ci.ii 1 lor. parcoasmg eisewnere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
1x11 N. STIILMAN CO.
j. vi uiuiKi atooney d
tl.Green. wanid'resnectfnt!- u. i i.
T?rttl 1 TT T - t V. . . , r .
Ofi rrtend, and custeraers that he is stiH at
2the old stand. lth a good suaoivef Fruit
'l.-res, consisting ot
Also, R-jpberTy, Strawberry and Grape Vines, let va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreeas, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders freni a .tanc---accompanied with draft or order
on a re.pectaMe merchant at Memphis wHl be panetaally
attended to and all plants gdarantt'dto order and de
livered any pat t ef tbe city, free of charge.
Nursery on Main street. South Mtaiphis.
ocll4-d6 Receiver ef Mooaey &. Green.
TO IIORTICUL 'JURISTS ANU PLANTERS.
I would respectfully remind the mti,n
'St. ot Memphis and su-r.udiag conn trr that
tae season tor transptaatlas Fruit aad Or
namental ireeslsfauapprodching. Great
additions have been matte in everv derurt.
... -u.riy moe rrwns. a mere setect
and varied -oU-ctaoa has never been abrl r.r tm
the SoHttiwest, cen-iating in parte! over one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, Okie, Scupper koo CwKtanla. etc.
Grape Vines, Figs, lU-rerit-s, Strawberries, Camats,
Gooseberries, etc.; Eii-ish Walnu.s and Filberts, Texas
Pecans, Cbeenots, etc., ete.
Greee-beuse plants, Bsribeos Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, aeaoas which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora,
Ib a-'ditton lo tbe above, I am now receiving a large lot
ef Balbs, of all kinds. In ceneeqaeno of having to
rtbive most of my stock on haad, I will eM it tv krw.
Purchasers may rely on everytbjac hates what K i,
represented, and sales may be effected ea very favorable
terras, by applying at. the Garden and Nursery, near the
Railroad Debet, or adlreisieg
ocll-dm s. M. WHEATON.
P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders will
meet with prompt attention if left at the store of J.
WlWberger. s. m. W.
TnE andersigaed have opened a Carriage Factory cn
Second street, between Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair Carriages at tbe shortest notice. Alt work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share ot public patrontge
JanS-ly L. S. BURR 4c CO.
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
13 RECEIVED BT
Fashionable Hatter, 75 Front Row.
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
FOR SALE CnSAF AT ,
octl2-ly No. 75 Front Row.
C. C. MAYD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OPPICE,
WHERE can be found an decrinn ot Grave Work,
which will be furnished a. cheap as it caa be got
In any market Welt. Also, BuRuiBg Wotk done at short
It Is to the Interest of all persons wanting such work to
purcha-e from the yards at Memphis lastead of purchas
ing trom Agents, as tae jwanuiactors Bars to add th
twenty per cent, thai is paid Agents to the wutk sold by
them. Southerners, look to your interest.
dec3-daw6m . C. C.MATPWE LL.
Life-SIzeJvin Oil Colors.
HAS opened his' STUDIO In Clark's MarMe Building,
where he win be pleased to see these that with to
employ bis pencil.
5- Portraits also ralnted from Daguerreotypes and
The Best in the World
CAN be done by those who wish to purchase
City Property, or l-andeame Country Residences
In tbe suburbs. On some ot tbe latter can be
had a Sue Residence, ready for eccupatlea.
Terms liberal, and title good. Apply to
cctl7-tf CnARLKS I McLRAN
E. W. RUCKER,
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
OFFERS his services to the public and will give
prompt attention to any business connected w,ih his
vocation. He may be found at his cfflce en the west
aide cf Main street, south of Union. (Greenlaw's Bulld-
Jng,) unless absent cn professional business.
J. E Chadwkk, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. Prcvlne, Robertson Tpp,
B B WaddsJl, Philip H. Thonapsia,
JohnS Clajbrook. feb5-1y
TO Tl! X-'U.BIiTO:
The Madison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Factory.
THE undrrstlgn'd has taken the stand recently occu
pied by Moore &. Halstead, over th- ."nanlne Mill of
Whipple, MeCnllagh tc Co., and Is prepared to fill all or
d rs fer Sash. Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings, Mould
ings, Msntls, ate.
Particular attention paid to dressing; and ripping Ltxn
ber,fsr tbe Carpenters and Builders.
Jan23.dSm R. VIRGESOW.
100 Barrels, Flour.
VARI0U3 brands, from the best Extra to Superfine,
for. sale by B. MERRILL,
ocS Mam stsaet.
J&W HO UTM
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
Itt isn F?Tl-aw.td. -A' U4A-to I' .J .1 hum i
M S & R O .2 & .
OPEN TO CORINTH.
0-J!?1.,,,,"'.Ar'"' 1Sie- TUROIGUMA1LTRAIN
wUI leave Mnsuhls. Daif.t .t-j-nn . 1-
at . Cenntb at r. it.; at Somerville at 10:00 a. a.
IUturniag Leaver Corinth at 1 r. si.; SoaerrBle 3
r. 31. ArrivesatMeanAU.fr on. ' i
rrnl Tram connects at Corinth with a donate Dally
Llueef first class Post Coaches to the terminus of the
Kastern Division of the Memphis aad Charleston Rail
road. Thence bv RaUwar dlnt i-j i-4i.
with all Eastemeities. '
Staging reduced to forts aUa. and trflrj.tn
THROUGH TICrSTS seU ta the faBalT,. rioi..
MA SON, -
HtxN TS VI LLK,
This Traln'alsocomnectsaitb the- Mtsst h rm!
nanruau w lieny springs. UxfarC!. Graaatala. nantan
Jacks, &c, iua.
Also ceaneexs at Grand Junction Station wtthTsaaes
see Central Railroad to Bolivar, Jackson, HaatiBCdea
Also coo sects at Pocahontas with rri-WeeMr TJaeof
iAscue raiupiey, roniotoc, Aberdeen and Caiaaabfis,
11IIIOCG1I TO NASHVILLE TJI 31 HOURS.
Vu the Memptds aBd Charleston. NaahvUle aadChatia-
I . .
3anbTs) between Memphis aad lie Jatwtien with
the Mississippi Central Railroad:
leaves Junction 7.00 a. it. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r. ax.: arrives at the JnnetUn
G:00 j. M.
Freight Trains lerve Mems-ls for PMhsstas DAII.T
at 7 a.m. uoors dose at 4 r. ax.
Throagh Tickets only, on the above Rantes. cm bcik-
mru mi uie ooatraerctai Hotel, as wen as infrma-n
wuamcu wua acoau.
Fassengrrs are ren nested to nurehase Tickets bef.re en.
taring the cars, and save payment of extra tare.
Baggage checked to all stations on the R-Hrsad. u
u K(,sc wutw ivcetrcu witaout being eatexeq.
acn passenger win be allowed sevaatv-ave aad at
Baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage ; but no
"iK,e -,u cm as baggage that is t iacident ta
Ion t the passenger. In case of less the Com
I DluT will Data I
P"Fr" themselves respon
1 responsible far an ameunt net
-.r'-.V! ' . " m., um-
1 uiiuE tire uviui u wKn idct arts ii vt tad iiwimfp
lhl. thfT ., ,-.-, -,., "VT-
I ! Saperlniendent of Transportation.
or Baltimore, WasIlingtOn, NeiT
Yorlt, Pliiladelpliia, &c.
Direct Through -Line for the East I
JBaltimore and OMo
THIS Roati runs from Wheeling to Baltinwr, (37S
miles.) and to Washington, (too miles.) and aresenta
the fullest advantages both as a fnnht and nassen-n
line. It runs through wild and rumaallc regjuas of the
Allegheni.s; and being solidly constructed, cvrapleteiy
equipped and ear-fully managed, is one of the most at
tractive and safest Railroads in the United States. The
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and Zaesville to
Yt heenag, unites this road with aB Duet ions of the West
The oslv Titnocaii Tickets runs MnMpnti.
Louisville and St. Louis to the Natioxal He.
TnoroLIS, are sold by thu road, which rum dlrecl u
asatngion withonl the delay ot passing thnwgh Baltt-
raure. It Is also tbe only line by which baggage can b
owhu vu n zasron iruci toe unto river.
Suy t-e mail route from Meatus -lake the mail
steamers, running daily fur Loui.vtlle, coXSadarf thefe!
with mail steamers ur JerTersonvril R.llrWj.Tf.-
natl, where they arrive ao as to ceanevt with tharVeri
utile tami natiroaa lor Columbus, coanectng tnert
with Central Ohio Railroad, throatrh Newark aadZ-neti-vtile,
to Wheeling. By the express train of this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltu are and to Wjhintw
is less than 27 hours.
Be sure to ask fer tickets fey the BUino and Ohio
Q-P-sse-gerr frem MemahtscoiazB-stthroneh St
Luuis, can buy Through Tickets by Uw B liaaure and Ohio
Railroad. This route lays throagh Vt-ceaaea, Terra Hautev
Indianapolis, etc., to Wbeeiiag. ever the new t)ha and
MiSMsstppi and cennBecting Roads. These coaarctloas
are all direct,-ana the tune from St. Louis to lUitimeR
or Washlnzton is but about 43 hours. Throu-h TKkca
ty this route may be had of tbe Agent, under the Plan
ters House, at the following rates : From St. Louis to
Baltimore $s to Washington $26.
At Wheeling tbe passenger takes the superier cars ol
tbe BaKtmore- and Obw Radrvad. which leave three tisea
daHy fer Baltimore, Waantmrbo, Pltiladelpbta and New
York. Through in 16 or 17 hours, lacledtag stoppages.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty ot she country, and
general comfort, this road is scoad,WiuiaiB the Union.
FK-1UUTS. This company Mt-Msea the laneai
equipment of any Railroad in the JOTe'SUtes, and is
prepared to do an iiamense bustncM in tra-sportatiaa.
The rood makes Immediate connection at the wharves and
in the streets of Baltimore with the Railroad to PhBadel
phia and New Tork, steamers ef Encesou aud Ualti
more Steamship line., by Cxual and Sea to New
Tork. and by new Merchants aad Mtaera' Line to Bjatos.
iteataefs to Norfolk, CharlestoB, S-vannah, c. For
paMienlara, see f reagbt tariff, copies ot which may be had
of tbe Forwarding Houses in tbe West, or o' J. B. FORD,
Receiving and Forwarding Agent at Wheeling.
WM. S. WOODSIDK,
Master of Transportation, BaJtinwre.
- A. T. LAVALLBTTK,
iur5-ly Agent, 61 FrootKew, Memphis,
NE ARRMGEMENT !
ESFECIALLT FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND
To the North and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
JZ 1 JL. M O 21
From Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen lloart.
Without Break of Guage or Change of Cert or
T Chicago, connecting with Michigan CentralCars
XX leaytng the same Depot, for jtetrojaNMara Fad,
Roctoner, Albany, New Tork, Bettenf a US aft Ea stern
and Atlantic CHles. Only two change ot Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to New York. Time from Cairo to New
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as Uw, and com fort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
SOT subjected to the delays Consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana aud
Ohio, to tbe East and North.
Alao, connecting. at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk:, and the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and .Steamers fer Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, c, and with - splendid Line of First Class
Steamers for SaultkSte Marie, Lake Superior, Coiling
wood, Toronto, &afi
-tains leave CiirtjEiery Morning and X renins as fol
lows I "
6:05 a. M., Chicago and Dsnlelth Express, Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago with New Task Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New York Central Railroads, throagh in thlriy-o-e hours.
This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio aad
Mississippi Railroad for St. Louis and Vtncennes: at
Fana, with-Trains crfihe Terra Haute, Alton and St
Louts Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisv&ie and Cincin
nati; at Decatur, with 'Main Lino Express for Galena
Dunlelth; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring
field, Naples, Rock Island, Burlington and Qulncy.
6:10 r. 31., New York Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only t important Stations, except on Signs!
connecting with Main Line Day Express front Decatur U
Dsnleith, and arriving at Ohicago at 2 p, St.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, win find at Dun
leltb. steamers cf the Dunlelth and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, Ax. passengers
for Janesvllle, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin con
nect at Freeport with Trains to Belolt and Janesville, and
frem thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. " -
The Maps and Charts Indicating the Great Centra
Route to the North and Za.tare an exact transcript of
Colton'sMapof the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as well as the raming
time cards ef the connecting Roads, and judge for them
selves as to the correctness ot the above statements The
opening ot the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Elvers, and
tbe Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler,
a. well ss the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North and East, which surpass those of
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by tte Company for the convenience ef the trav
eling public, the permanency of the road and structure,
the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves o those who desire la traveling fprecf,
comfort and tafety.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE YEAR, with the pTivtleje
ot laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Rallioad Offices on the line.
A. T. LAVALLETTB, Agent,
Junl lr Memphis. Jnm.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
No. 5 Monroe street.
Bauiiiif. Rale Rope and Twine,
oc'- Monroe street.
A NEW, lUht, elegant ond cheap Patent SPRING
. MATTRESS, for sale by
n. X. GR0SVENOR.
A SUPERIOR atsortmsnt of Pianos and Meledeoss,
TlJ a st received by
Carpets & Curtains
TUST received, a large asortment:ofelrant Velrer'
O Brussels, Tapestry, Three Fly. Superior and Coraaioa
Carpets.Rujs, Curtains, Cernices.&c
sejflS-U . -ir.M.GR0SVN6a.
MISSISSIPPI CENTR Ala AND TEN-
" ""W-ajJ-JM-- South iroa
-tVToxir rr- a--.
Leaves Bwilvar DAILY (3aa4ays4xpte) at 5-15 a m
SSSSi.? 7 A" - Tram frtr, & jVncwtoto
?M ? I 'v "f"' " Buck's SxUo
Nashvmc via Huntin-ton: anu
L-avei Black's Stattun ai -i-tt . .
JunetisnwithMaB Train, artivlag Tt Metnh-Tt 7 s.
Leaves Grand Junction ate "t V r a --.-(. - a -. . .
var at 8.JS. - '
Passengers for Jackson.
wiu have 1. sugtng thin ,y anfother '
K P. NKFLT "-n't
MISSISSIPPI AIVD TENNESSEE
ON and aitr Sunday, January 12th. 1867 THSOrnrr
MAIL TRAIN wt, u.it. Mempi,l. ??
zuTr": m 10110 a- "- .
- 1J,"7"'f1 at Como with J P. McAJexander it
t-" ht, tor Panola
f. -Tf1 Sttsog -V mues b. tween Mem!
02- JOhesrs. ThetraveLnr
St her ' ' J'"H sa'' Vifkakarg tVan any
The FR8ISHT TRAIN will make Aariv in.. e...
exc-Dted ) rrwH ad after Moaday, ta. ltB 'ct'
Como. It wtl!beex.-cj.d that cooslBn-., w7have
.r'aogetaeBtsiaadeta receive their xods at the stauJn
oa arrival, w th- Coas, any have onlr ?-.,. ! La
mr'.V".r.Ufc'B -Bt., and wiU not be re,po.
Ms for the loo ar danage to the e-ae at thai sUiionT
f""1 r S-'-d ta panhase -..cket,, beSra
eBterteg tbe ear, and save payment . ,lUa an
Bgag ehech-d io asi .Ia4k) ea the Ra road, and no
baaM wi.l be , cetvd wuhoot betag cheeked Esn
"rfllt o- l-ed K9 ta-raa. of b.ISgehy ij
c.aMWpcarbrsUgba. bo artscte wm b Tcar
rled as bsgae :h; la not iasident tn th.
passeaets. ' " -
.a... CiT CM0!PJ' w1" aokJ themsalvesre-
!PJWe Mr a- an;omt not exceeding $0.
.tr J ,7 iravestag atone, must have a permit
um. ih. p mi u. whKh thv ant u, .-JTrJlZ
natai. ib. p ,n. u. whKh they are ta go, and snecVfvtne
that tyr w.t.-v! by Balteoad. or tA,r
Trom Memphis to Jackson. 83 so.
From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50
Via Jackson, Waynesborc' and
Col i m hi. -l.
CONNECTING near Brown.ville with the Memphis
and Ohio Railroad and at Tbem- , T
flJ"!-1"6 K",re,l Tlw Is thacheapestrouu
to Middle Tennessee, and travelers are assured that no
pains or expense wl be spa. ed to reader them cemf oru
A -ches, horses and dnvers are sopenor
Our liae connects at Jackson Hh r -nr - j .
Co. 's linaf four horse post coaches to Naahville.
Favc to Grenada Soo"""
Including Urnnibus Ticket to Holly Springe.
Tho Cheapest and Quickest Boute
Between Jlcmphis and Grenada
It nov,pretmted to the public via the
.llemphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroadsi.
FOR tiekets or information, apply to
anviu-uir aiits uu.. Agents. Commercial Tlnl.t
N. B. POREST,
piAl!I li SL.AVIS,
No. S7Adams-st3 MenipUis, Ten.,
j-.. in ittu iroaa vrtn Carolina,,
tw.-ntv five likely joung negroes, to winch h
desires to call the atunlioa of purvhaaers TS
, le will tr ia the regular receiot or n.rn. A
ii North and South Carotiua every month. Hi. . -gro
Bvpol is one of he nw.t complete and commodioua
. tab!ibment of the kind ia the Southern countiy and
his re-vi-tiees exact aad syst-raatic, cleanliness, nat
aees and contort being strictly ebMrved and enfor- el
Bt aim a to furnish to custotrers A. I set vants a I
Seas h-al, soaad aad perfect la body and mind " N
gro-' tak.f on eoeimisioa. Ian2t
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
McMixxtille, Tesn . Janaarr 13. 1857.
comeaciag .t MeMiaariile, the SMthern teminus. and
ronuirg N.rta throagh Warren, WhMe aricLFutnaL
otbii. loaavi -tstoa, ia uvertcireeuBty.
The character ef the work H heavy, campfnlng a large
amoaat of reck excavatwa. several heavy lofts ef bridge,
masonry and twelve hundred lineal feet ot Score ou
Pitfposals for the above work my be made by sections ot
mile one each, ar for thirty, or the whole sixty mt es 'n
ctadiag iron, tractlaytns; depot bandings, and all th
rqaipmet-t -eeesaary fer opeiatieg the read when oom-Pl"--
Puns, maps, praos and spedOcatiaBs ra.- h .n
and all ath-r iaianaaleoa obtained at the Engineer's
office after March Is, at MeMinavUIe. arber.ra lb.ttim.
ky addressing a as the R-iguo-rr'a sface at the Mobile
aaa us hi Hauroaa, jaeuaa, Tenn.
teb3-dtll0aiar Eoglaeev ia charge.
V TAKES ap at my house, one BAT H0RSS,
dVeIt hd foot white. Had on new saddle and
-Kr ull- Miti,aaf T- T T, t .. ..A
--. . tf. , a ' 1 .-i .
No. 23t Main-sL
M. C. GAYCE & SON,
- UCTIO NT OR. S ,
General Agents ttReal Estate' Brokers
No. 25 Madison Street, 1
PARTICULAR attention will be given to aB sales in the
city or country, of Negmrs. R-al Batahs, Merchan
dise, FuraUare, Land Scrip, Stock, Ac. AM kinds Rest
ing and Leasiag Property, etc. Storage and Coo si-nut
-als (oHCtted treat all secti- a.
Re'arntBg our gratefnl SrCkmwIedgmenta fertbeverr
liberal patnmage heretofere recetvwt, we bow pledge aar
selves. bavlBgdvterauBed oa Btaklag Mimphis our per
manent borne, to daabte oar dlligeaee it Msslbl. and
think with twenty years experience In the frt th last
eltven iaMTnphis, we eutht to be gradaa!s ind feel
esBfident we eaa (i.e. a we tbiek we have done,
References V. O ,Har1i H. Co.. R. A. rarker, S. H.
Larab Co , W. Ut ward. B. F. Farnsworth Co , Geo.
Flaherty Jc Bro . I. 8. Ei:iaad, R. '. Riakley, Esq ,B.
Graham, Esq., Co.. R. T pa. Dr. Sam. Gilbert, Mem
phis; Baldwin Starr. N T D- aiso-'&. Son. W. I
Brace X Co. . Ctaciaaatt : T o. T. Rrad. Esq , S. Cassl
dy, Louisville ; Measr; lii.'icaa, Eawllngs. B F. Shields
Ji Co., Tbos. B. WiastbB, Nw Orl i , R. M. Spice; k
330,000 "AT 3 ? 33C
CHEWING AND SMOKP.G TOBACCO,
At Manufacturer- Prices.
AMONG which mjy lie faaod
. Wm Oromp'ofl'. ."-I bra ted brands, LTBChhar;
HeadertoB and iluleebe braBds.
Dr. James Si an Jts " Harry of the West, c "
C. Ford's Anna Bioe, &c.,
R. J. WaA.-s braadx. "
Jas. Tberaas. Jr. 'a Crescent City Paragon, Richmond;
Co-fcy te. Winrree's bur ef Rlcbm'd Pride of'VaT "
A. DtH's Fn M.(l.wer, 2tc '
Cole an Wirfam'. C W. Iris, "
Hardsrov'5 ' llirasble, Jtc., "
C M.Cof (C M !osiy brand) CarffleJ
Wi hers & Ay rurar America, .
W. T S.-uthi-riia brand.
R. F icha-di t Caswell, "ReedvBe.N. 0.
With a f n-at vararty ef Cemmea brand! too nomeroua
tomentlen. all of -Lkeb -viil be sold at INVOICE PRI
CES, to coe ocn.ili arrli.
Even article war anted fresh and genuine, and direct
from the factory
J B. SHARPS, Wholesale Tobacco Factor,
dccSlwd-w3 No. 25 Madlxoa strret.
Chancery Sale of Two Valuable
PURSUANT tort Drecree of the Tjhaneerr Court at
Memphis, rendered November Term. 1856 in tho
case of Joseph Lenow and Archibald Wright, Adm'rs ot
Albert G. Underwood, dee'd, and others, ex-part rpttltloa
t sell Slaves "te., I will on - -
Tuesday, 24th Pebruary-, 1850,
la front of my ooce. in the city of Memphis. Brocetd to
settto the hlghett bidder for cash, , "
Two Valuable -Tegroes,.
belonging to the Estate of said A. G. Underwood, dee'd
vu : Negro Man named HENRY, a No. I Plasterer, and
hii wife AGNES, an excellent House er Kitchen Servant.
Sale at 11 o'cloek a. m.
Jar-t-dawtds JQHNC. LANIER. C &M.
ESA1-AYS SIIELRT COUNTY-
taws up by Stark y Reddtt, on the Uth
aCay of January. 1557 -sorrel MARE, shout
f fifteen hands high, supposed te be about twelve
.r thirteen years ofcL biand face, both hind
It white up ta tbe hock a ull saddle mark on ler left
side and wind broken Valued at $12. ' A'so, a 11-,-t bay
HORSE MULE, fourteen bands high, 'three ytars old. a
strip running down each shoulder and along the back,
maae reached and tail shavethst frown onfagaln. Val
ued at $73. Said RdJitj-alis at Green "Bottom, fire
miles East of Rale gh - -
Taken up by Benjamin Cath cm the 15th day of Jinna
ry, 157, a brown-MARE, seven years eM, Uli Unda
high, white spot en the nose, both hlndtettwhlte YaI-
U'd at t35y. Said rash rssldts In the PJth Civil Distjlct,
about thtee miles East ef German town.
T.ken rp by K J. B. L. Winn, on the 10th day of F-b-Tuv.y,
1S57 a bright bay HORSE, about ten jears. old,
ftlrteen hand, ht-h f.i.lsi rst hit. VatM, . l env
rHadonawsaddlanrbrIdM. Said Winn, resideclRthe
ctiy ot Memphls-fith CivH Distriet-
- A,S. TOOMAS,
febI5-w2t .Bwitr Shelbv corcatr.
'i 1 ' 1 "
Sniokern. Attention! .
' I U1T rec-ivej, 180,000 Cigars, ranging i.pr.ee iTera
tl $10 to $i0 a thousand, by-'- " ,:
" - Jif. iH."JLF0TTE,
itclt M-ta-st., 3- drtWy-iaia.).
. i i ffrtr tt,