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MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1857
BYM3CLANAILAN, HUTTON & GO.
VOL. YLT.---N0. 29T2.
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tSJe gUmgliis ptaU
asBOSHBD DA1LT, TRI-WK4KLT AND WEBKLT, BT
J NO. S m'CLANAHAX, LEONID A3 TROUSDALE,
VTH. M. HUTTOX, BEXJAMIX F. DILL,
tTODEE. THE STVLE AXD FTRM f P
HTJTTON & CO.,
Xm TMK ALL LETTERS OS ECJIKESS, OR 0 TILES -WISE,
SHOCLB BE ADDRESSED.
TRICE OF MJBSCRirTIOJf.
Mir, to rBoe, r aaeeci .$10 00
Trt-Weekir, ' " " 5 00
Wekty. " " ' 3 90
EJ-Tbe Weekly rPr will 5x fttrni.d to Clubs of Tvn
and eader Twenty, t $2 50 utk ; 19 (3uh of "1 wenty
and afwirts, at $1 cb parable lavas safely in adrance,
and cry Clab to be made up at ob ottos.
5J" An Vd subscriber and a new one vH be taken to
MW 1 $2 SO each.
33" Id bo ok win th paper be seat to new lubscri
bert.aai.si the order lor the same U attended with the
53" All Daily subscriptions will be considered dat asd
payeie ha f -yearly ia advance.
tj" Thi fiarejouy; tenaa will be strictly and rlgWly
.DAILY RJtTES FOR ADYERnSirfG.
Adopt id bv.tht Appeal and Eagle and Enquirer.
F-er one fquare!etten line or om insertion. .-$1 03
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J3 Ooe sqaare, reoewatile weekly, Pr annus, $ W CO
" " iwioe a week, " 60 9
Q" Two saares, reeowable weekly, per annnra, 0 09
" " twice a vet. " 60 00
J3 aB admsesents rolred to be kept on recoed
paso, OUBOEB AS XEW EACH sat, and on third page,
an a4eaaee over Hated rate .
d A4ortteeMts directed to be dsealayesl, or set In
larA 'ysw. ekarsed sotslx rates.
J3 Toarb advrtirrs wt 1 be charged rjctra f er eccn
pylas pee ow omrtract, and when la nap tvpe l re--qotrasltoeBsed,ortlNadrrttseEBeatketoB
J3- Tarly advertisers will be ebai set extra at rrenlar
rales" Joi Wants, Itea's, ResnoTab. Costartnennip No
tiee. To OoBfisaees,
EJTXASIEXTADrEETIXO 5TUST BE PAID TOR
J3 Sa adrorttcKnt yrm appear In tbe "Weekly paper
salef by ;stee al oontraat.
X3-ArertrmeU to be Inserted ISLtfce 'Weeilypap'r
only, or at trreealar latemts ia ettber el tbe papers, win
be eharsed $t per aare for every fotertioB. y .
t3 AanlaaeWieaasadateo for State, Gosaty aad,Mn
sicatal oaees, $5 each, to be paid in advance in 'every
Jj-AIl advortioeBieats for CSarrtab.e Tnetltattozu,
Tin Oosasoases, Wwd, Town, and tsfaer Pabttc MeetlBs,
to b- cir?e aalf price.
r Marrlacea aad Deaths are pablisbed as newt : bat
OMMsart-. Trfbate of Bospect and FQceral Invitations
as ota:r adverneesaoBU. .
XT' AH lsa aaa 7rassieat AdrertleeBMoU wHi be
tnarcosLhj- sac meraoa.
E3" EdHarioi Xottees ia Lecxl Ooromnwip be harffed
0 out- pwHae
X3T y drtoesisn or TartatloB win be sad: from the
MoOLASaHAX. HOTTOS" & CO.
ATTORNEY AX tXWSSSLOR AT LAW, Xemobis,
Taa ' OfSea'ta the Pot Otic BaildtDC.
AP batlaes etrled to his a-emj: tooeive prsraBt
mill filHifl, iMopri-- C rflectlocs p-ampUr to tr
I of West Tensitss:, XtKeiittppI and
WILLprsokssiiBKiieiu-, oo tbe principf that tber is
&la-ilwn. aadaoae a.1 sog-teat Om
on JiOTerria ttcoet. fa the Poet toe 5aic. rpooec
door from tbe Bat Offlor. KeesoesMe oa the comer of
Eraaado ana BOoU strerts.
OoL J B Stanton. X. AdaBM Esq., Haywrod coanty
Bar, P B Eiaad, Dr. J B Macua, Pjette ooBnty.
B. Sosaerrt le, . F T ii r 1 . Siq . , TTptoc oDlj
J. L Wjsha J. B. Ashe, xeaapus,
WalMr'a Batiatat;, OT.r Msnsa-ld's Drac 8Kre,
DSL. SAMUEL GILBERT, SR. . has retnrnwl to bis tM
BOBKed ivar Menpbi. and irpea d Ms iBflrra
ary, aBd wiB raaiB p ia aenny. He treats the WW
a Ohrohic iHoraeos : Cawrs. Scioffnia, Wbl e SwHB- r,
Taaa its ad W a- wiihoat SiTsical cp-vatwas. Hfralfe,
treats an CnreieFBaedt'aep, a reset 1et;san9taz.
Tetvr. Khe-raaUss, Syphilis, and a.l fuims of Mercsiia!
Br G. deeaw it aaaeeary to say more, asao has Hv
nf ultim of til saceess from Maine to Oregetv.
H AT1X o iapr mrsest weu w prsciicr
1 Deatltt yioMetBubis I respectfully soliett
A be potroaas' or au woo i arm imj -r..
mik, Tkaal lin. and bind tat self to
perform Ul eeeraiioas on tbe Teeth, and iaxrrt. ArtiScial
Teeth ia the maet approved style wl as it can-be
dsoe ia thi or any other ooaatry. '
OCv on Mam straot, eppwHe Wershasa Hoase.
, ACREE H- ACiEE.
G. W. & H. 31. ACifcEfijj
r. .-Tiars; aom fTnLao Bliiek. Gosrt
J5SS5" uml. Deiween aiaia i
UXiP All D.nUl Operations performed with
the least possible pain. Distases of the Alveolar Process
and Gams treated in tbe meft skillfal wiaaner. Full or
partial Sets of Teeth set oo Gotta Perch or Gold, with
the latest improvements, and GUARANTIED.
JAMES 31. 3IDKPHY,
CSrexxox-a-l Xjaztd. jiscrtt.
rr t .iinJ wnuniilT to the locatinr of Swamp Lar-d
icrlD aad Warrant in tbe Jacksonport and Helena
Districts, ssMas Land and payiBg Taxs.
B G rah in, Mkb phis ,TrOQ.; A. . Haey. Utile Bock;
B. C Brtekiey,
naj i aw, jut..,
J. Xortoa k. Oo., X. O.J
J. A. Bonssean, LaGran&e,
W. E. Batts, LawreBceviHe,
Pool &. WaUen.Jackfoojirt
W M. FflwelL
F. LaneS Co , "
n. P. CoolMee, Helena, ;
Myrtle k. Moot, "
Allea Pott, "
0. W. Biard, Jasksoopert;
J. 17IIIT.E, M.
LATE of HarAeoan coBBty, having reaoved to Mem
phis, e3rs Ms profe-iooal services to the cltisens.
One oa Ooart Squire, oa door west of WaBaoe's Aac-
Itom. hoa. jtesioetnTs oh i-ohwvw
between St Patrick and St. Mattm. i53 "
A TTOKKET AT LAW. Cfflee ever C W. Cherry a
A Oo ' . . - lltp6-tf
B. C BROWS,
a TTOKXET AT LAW, Marlon. Afk., PtsctKS In
A vjsMtee. Oriiteaden, illiilMippi. Green. Randolph,
Laiwie7lBSepeBlence, Jackson, FetaiUl, St. Francis
and Mm. re OoonMes.ln Arkanew. xt.-4Gm
J. -WteCERSHAM ED. A. 1EECHEE.
1YICK.ERSHA3I & BEECHEO,
" A TTORXBrS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Office,
A Xo 21 JBeron rtret il-it
SMITH F. 3AXKHEAJ),
ATTOBlr AT LAW, Memphis, Tena. Office In the
Pest Office Stock, over Aydtett Sc Co., third story,
Dr. R. L. L.ASKI,
LATE Staff Physician and Di tctor of several Hospttals
ta Gerauar, member of diBerent Medical Societies
inJJew Tork bl( located in tbe city of Mefaahis, and of
fers his eervlcesto the paMie as PhysKian, Acooacber,
r9-Klleo on Washington street, between Mate and
SeSeir' - ,
B.. T. RICKARBSOX..W. W. WIIEATLEV. -ii. A 11106.
Richardson, TVIteatley & Higgs,
ATTOBKET8 AT LAW OCoe on tbe corner of Second
, aad Ooart streets, Memphis. Tenn. ac"-Ir
--- JOHX A. A'OOE.
TTORKET AT LAW. Office in tbe Pout Office BaBd-
HASKELL & SEAHU1',
ATT0RSET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenaesie. - Wm. T.
Hasketl and Robert Sarcy have associated them
selves together in the practice of Law. oac. in the
Walker Meek. nov26m
A TTORKET AT LAW, Ooviagten, Tean. AH basinet E
jCX entrasted to bis care jns reoeivr preuiyi
t prtnv isTF.
ArwtlAAl Al ban, .atviut'i ' " '1""
in all tbe Oonrts of Mesaphls aad the Western Dis-
trm or lensessee.
E5- OSce south of Conrt Sqaare.djeiaing thst of the
UfiBUWlW".. " ' " "
EGBERT H. OSBORNE
"TWTTLL practice Law la tbe Courts of Hardeman. Fay.
W mttm Tl4m aad Sbelbr. also In McX?:r and Har
ait- mnniirri. and In the Sanrrme C art at Jackson. A)'
business cntraf ted terlln "v. receive prompt and faith
ful attention. H'- ihe is in tbe Chancery Clerk's once
Bntinr H. aeaan fonnty. Tenn. novSi
JOHN P. FARRELLT.
ATTORXET AXD COUXSELL0K AT L-tW Memphis
Tenn. OOoc corner of Main and Jefferson streets
MrTjhmo & Oa.'s.
in nans. Henry Plrtle. W. F. Baiiock and Messrs.
A L.Sbotw-H&Son. LoalsvW2Ky.; Hen. James Pryerf
Carroaton, Ky., jsairtrar. juvowaj a. vo., ana jLomw
Greenwooa, Xiew unsana, jl. Aiipuoa a. Lro., jgciu
LtU. , novl-tf
j. c. jaoobi & CO.,
(X. 3S$-2IalD,bet. Union and Oiroio-tti.-,)
Importers and Manufacturers o(
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGAES MD TOBACCO.
"10XSTAXTLY afcaBd a larce assortment of the moft
j favorite eratMl, at iao."wate prtc.
' A. J. "WALT Ss CO.,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
a M O M M 8 ,
ASD DEALERS 1! ALL ri3DS.br
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Sentheast Corner sf Slain and UnUn SUn
HATE always on hand a wtH asd cartfnHj selected
f lock of irtWf in their line, -which they wIH sell at
the lowvtt corrent prtces.
EJ- Orders promptlr ailed with dispatch.
AXD DEALER IV
Watcbes, Clocks, and Jewelry,
C0RXE3. OF MAIX AXD ADAM3-ST3.,
T4KK3 this method of informing hl friends,
and tb pabiic ;eneraily, that he has moved from
his oM stand to the corner of Main and Adams
'streets, where he will take pleasure in exhlbltlni
a new and choice lot of JEWKLRT, to those who may
favor him with a call, and will be pleased to exreoieai.
orders for repairs In his line. He hopes, by honesty, In
tegrity, and his effsrts to please, to sain the confidence
and liberal patronage of all who may nd It convenient to
visit his estabtiskraeat.
X3T All orders for repairing In every branch of my hnj
slness promptly attended to. anrtl-ly
CAOEE, MIX & CO.,-
Janrtary 1st, 1857.
TX oSSerlne onr card to tbe pablic we tender onr ae
kaowledgmests, for the very liberal patronage extend
ed as ilnriag tbe past year, and promisefor the f ntnre to
mrnith oar easterners tbe LARGEST, CHEAPEST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK osf cnnni u the Southern
Onr Senior partner will be eonstantly In the Eastern
market, and will keep ns felly snpptied with evsry dslra
ble style of
Staple end Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Agents for some of the best brands of DO
MESTICS, OSXABDBQS, ie., which we offtr at Factory
CAiVDEE, MIX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
3HL.LIXERY GOODS, &C,
Jan3-dawlm 225 MAIX-ST-, MEMPHIS. TEXK.
. J. B. SHAEPE,
Vo. 25 Haduon-tt., betirten Front Row and Main,
iULD reswctfollr Inform the merchants ef Mem-
tibis and sarronnJlng cenntry. that he hasinst rs.
tnraedtraa tbe cities of Virginia, wherebe established
a prmaaeBt Agency f r the sale or au graats oi v in; in
laToboco. and lntnd to kefp contant!y on hand a
stock: eqasl to tbe demand, at miDsfactorers' prices.
Bern? folly able t cmpte with the Xew Tork, Baltl
bwp, Cincsaaatl and Kcw Orleans marketa, he invite
the at tent Uo of alldalers in the above article to hl
stock before parchasing elsewhere.
or21-dicw f J B. SnABPE.
A. r. K'OASE
..T". J. WILLIASIS.
McCAKE & WILLIAMS,
FOKWABDIXG AXD C03I3IISSIOIi'
Tlnvall's BlntTs. Arkansas,
At the CTOrinj of the Ieihit end Little Rock Rail
road on Jf'nite River.
THET keep constantly oa hand Sarar, Co3. San,
Floor Molasses, and all ether articles BsnaBy kept
is a Grocery, which they will 111 low for cash or ei
dtanse for II ides. Furs ami Peltries, or any other article
hroncbt to the market.
C?-Gotls destined for Little Rock or tie adjacent
ooanties shipped to Dnvali's BloEs, wiH be lotwardsd
Baediately as there are always wageas and. teams in
re.tne to haul to any point.
JE W GO QMS '
We are cow receiving ana epenwe oar
Fail and Winter
C0XS1SHXG of every variety of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods asnaHy kept In rhl market. Snpertine Black
and Bine CiOtas, cassuneres. umuu;,
Moire Aatsant, Telvet SHawU, f-e latest style; Ladles'
r " 1 - - .n.ri., ninHfr: flrae Shawls, a
lar?e k.t of Blsaketa. Xegro Cloth, Brogacs," Baady-Made
twtninR Boeteaa sows, n.r, , v ,
it t "AMf one. earn aH." and examine my
stock, be?' re maktog y-nr yarchsses. I bought tn the
very best terms, and am determined that none shall an
4eHl me I shall adopt the Cash System, enxpt ts
panctaal dealers. . A. u. ulajk.
octlS-JtwawSm Old Stand of Fergason fc Xeill.
"D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, slempliis. Tenn.
THE hjchest market prices paid for rough and rendered
TaHDw, Lard and Soap Grease. novS-l.v
JOHN B. BOTTOj
BOOT AND SHOE
Ko. GG Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
KEEPAoontantlyonhand, BOOTS and
SHOES, of his own mate, ajsa oi o.un
maanfactnreTS. lie aerps, aito,
.-. . . cvi., Vr.T.rn and
Otc una vyiKi, - -
. . oi vit,nn t-ttitiVk r.xrrrt Bscs and Ta-
Uses, all of which be wi'l sell as cheap as any In this
market. Give him a can oeiore purvuami
A. STKKEX & CO.,
irsVrrFtr-rrREES OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Street!,
augI2 MEaiPHl-S TEMV.
Walker & Brothers,
3IAXUFACT DRERS OF CLOTHIXG,
AXD DEALERS IX
Dvy Goods, Hoots & Siocs,
-Fir TO TVnnt Tlmr.
WEnavejtti received one hundred eases or
ket, and are opening the best selected stocks of
Mlliaoswi ui, mjv-v ,
... . . ..v.... ,.t..4 w..iViTa Tirir-,
broagai nere, wmcu ntuu . . , --,
being enabled to compete with any bouts through the
facilities oi our boh iin.w,u. ...
mercaanu, knowiLg that w an and will suit sll sd
s i j o-a ftncltM
YeTT 1 41 '
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
wines, Cigars, Frnits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
" CHANDLER & CO.,
Drug-gists and Apothecaries,
Main ttreet.next door to Odd FeSev Ball,
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
T-rro iftfi i TO Qnr,(fa1 Tvt,tvwterlf Vmnr feYVVia.
L (1C ItAaO, ajuae,cs-aa auasiisui i - -t
Pxn3, Oilf, Wlniiow GUM, Putexit and BoUbIc
XfKUCtses, uxroen &eeaa, tnun, aoojcco iuu
n It.. -ws.A Tftsfuesi
53- Ererj article coM ps warrarited m repxeientea,
il-l b,. ..nravl ', -artnBh ifllrpv.1v
UDjrVo. J W irtui-v vm 5-e- -
rr T0LLIKTIKE, Ej., has rcmovrd his Law OOce
M . over the Store and Commission House of Fowlkrs,
Mount & Co., on Jefferson street, between the Post Office
nd Mm trel.
Pif f jslturrrli Ale.
TBSTlscelred, 200 bUs, Sailth's superior Pittsburgh
Aie. 1 '
dssll Maln-st,Sd deer XtrthWorsham Boas.
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Slerckasts,
dc30-daw3m NO. 9 FB0XT nOW.
iAMEST TATL0R................tV. B. ROSS.
TAYLOR & ROSS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Xo. G Monroe Street, Memphis,
-ittILL make liberal c-sh advances on all consignments
VY of Prodoce or Merchandise.
Reereneet nenderssn, Terry St Co.. S. 0- Xelson i.
Co., Xew Orleans ; Spaed Si Strange, E. M. Apperson .
Co., Mrmphls. novl4-m
PATTEESOB", MAHSHAIi u & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
Xo. 49 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn.
OUR charges for selling Cotton on arrival are Fifty
CenU per Bale ; for storing and stlllng Seventy-Five
Cents. All Cotton insured aniess otnerwiss tnstrncua.
J. X. SMITn..I. a. MEACHAM... wniTxrizLD.
SMITH, 3IEACHAM & CO.,
Forwarding & Commissioa Merchants,
(Mniy Himt't A'ev BuU&ingt,)
Ao. IS Front Row, Memphis,
TTAVE cow on hand a fine assortmsat of Bagging aad
XI Rope of tte best brands, together witn a compietr
and well selected stock of the Tatloas articles ujuatty
kept in oar business, to which wt invite the attectloa of
Agents for the sale of "Pike's celebrsted MsgncUa
Whisky," aad Jones, Lloyd ce.'s Bouinern jianciac
turedXaUs. SMITH, MXACHAM CO.
J. P. BILL.
..J. T. BATLXT.
HILL & HAYLEY,
3NTo. OS Pront OFto-W,
OYER D. H. TOWXSEXD'S,
FOR Seillng, 50 cents per bale. For Storing and ceil
ing, 75 cents pr bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
fc tared by us will bo covered by insurance, oniess emtr
X3T Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished
to customers. kpihwm
A. A. SMITHWICX.....J. R. TV EAT
SMITH WICK , WRAY & CO.,
Ao. Z ilcdixon-tt., leateen Front Rov sd 2ltin-tt.,
V? Stain, MEMPHIS, TENIf,
STRICT attention given to Selling ;ahd Storing- Cotton
and Produce consigned to ns.
K. B. Orders for Bagging, Bono and Plantation Sup
plies filled with care and despatch. Charges for Selling
and Storing Cotton, fifty cents per bale. apgll-tm
a. m. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Suecettort to Pmccll 4" Co.,)
AO. 41 UXION STREET,
sepl7-ly KEW ORLEAX3, LA.
WILDS TER.V0X, I
W. A. BRTAX,
X. X. IRTAX,
Late of LaG range, Tenn.
D. C triLLIASlf,
Late of Panola, Mlss.j
VEMOIf, BRYAN & CO.
ttton Factors, Commission ana
Xo. 6 Front Row, over Meacbnra Je Gal oral tn's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing. Shipping aad
Soiling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per bale.
X3 All cotton snt to us will be covered J Insurance,
unless otherwise Instructed. atf2
T. B. IVORMEXT,
MOSBY & HURT'S ITEW BLOCK;
Dp Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
FELIX WALXER,.. ...X. C. SXIDES,
Xew Orleans, La. Cofreeville, MUs.
TTALKER & SDERj
Cotton Fact or s
TSo. 123 Canal Street,
JnlylS-dawly XEW ORLEAXS, LA.
C. SI. R0RT0X,..
R. C. nORTOX,
Late of Voathalla, Miss.
Late Cortsn tc Hnater.
C. M. HORTOX & CO.,
Commission L Forwarding Merchants,
No. 2Maditon-St., tppotite I. B. Klrtland' OJUi,
E will continue as heretofore, .ctving specisi aiien
tion to the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at fifty csnts
per bale, and to tbe selection and purchase of any article
in market. Office removed from Xo. 1 Front Row to Xo.
3 Madison street, nearly opposite Pnioa Bank. antfO
K. GATES A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOBS, GBOCEBS,
Produce and General Commission
JV. J Pnfon Sfrrcf , bet-xeen Main atut from June,
AFTER an active application to bnilnets, for over
eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage of cur frienas in me capacity oi vmou
We feel confident of onr ability to please sach as may
confide their baslness ts our charge. Our stock of Bag
ging, Rope and General Sapplles will not be excelled In
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made oa coasigaments la store, lasarance on Cotton or
ether Produce, In store, will only be effected upon actual
lnstrnctlsas, or when aader advaace. Shlpmeats ef
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be lnsnred while In
traasit, with opea policy, uaiess oimrwise inirntn ou
the f ace of bills ladiag.
To all our friends who have so liberally patronised us
during years past, we shall offer the same inducements as
heretofore for a continuance or meir patronage.
Junli-dawly WAT&3 a. wruuu.
WARDLAW HOWARD WM. T. ItO WARD,
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
TiO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Bsgglng, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock new on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices,
re Cash advances made on Cottons In store for ssle or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton eon
signed to us by water ; also, the risk of Fire while la
ltirr. eeImi otherwise Instructed. Onr prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as w bars charged for
years past Bf ty cents per osie. miyau
R. REID & BRO.,
V(l M TROKT ROW. MEMPHIS. TEXK.
ALL Cotton sent to our address Insured, unless Instruc
tions to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders nlled with ears. Store and Sell cottsn at any
cents per bale, "c"ro" '
T- P. ATDLETT DOUGHERTY,
A'ew Meant. jaeapnu.
T. P. ATDSjETT & CO.,
HO. M GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
DOUGHERT1T &, AYDLETT,
KO S3 FR0MT ROW, MEMPHIS,
ILL make cash advances on all Cotton or other Pro
duce shipped to T, P. Aydlett b, Co., Kew.Orieans
CARRIXOTOX MAIOX, L. C. TORVXLL
Holly Springs, Hiss. Ripley, MUs.
MASON & NORVELL,
Q- ROOBH.T f
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
CONSTANTLY en hand Bagging, Eop andTPlanUtloa
Sttppllss. ' "naajll-ly
BRETOR & CALDWELL,
GENERAL C03IMISSI0N MERCHANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
H. 07BREVER & CO.,
TiEFBE to J. T. SoutUr, Esq., President Bank ol : th
U "v.T- x- --,y r j r. 9ui. Esq.. Presiden
iZtScMoi Me-rs. John Fraser fc Co,
J W Caldwell, Esq., Chareston, 3. C.J Cel. Wm. M
President Bsnk of Esst Tennessee, Enoi.
i u riRTT.AXD. Bsa.. and Messrs. FALL3
CASH, Memphis, Tenn.
HouVip.l;iv, sst U.vTe.-kv:-1" K,p".?yR.T5S:
MASOJT, BOONE & NORTEL,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants
Wo. lfllMain-St., Memphis. Tenn.
T AGGlXG, Rope. Jeans. lioseys, and a general stock
II of Plantation anppiiei coai"" v- .
feM-dawly , .
r.TTDDY. BEOWIa" & 00.,
2S OAMP STREET. KHW ORLEAXS.
-1ASH sdvaace. mad. oa aH Cottoa or other Produee
O coaslgaed as above, by MILES OWE .
T. J. DATIDSOX J. ELLIS c-
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
No. 31 Main Street, Eal tide between Jejerton end
jl Sam ive
pOPB, Bagging and Plantation BvmlH
J. M. PATRICK & CO.,
KO. 15 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENJC.,
WILL give strict attention to all Cotton sent ns for sale
In this market, or shipment, .....
cotton eonsicned to us will be Insured against ths dan
ger ofr Xavigstlon an Fire whUe In store, unless
o'therwlsT instructed. Orders for I lagilng, Rope and
B$jtTlUI prompUH pATRici:fcco.
No. 5 Monroe Street, het Front Eow &Mam,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
PB.S"&oa Supples furnished at
lowest msrket prices.
jr. X. Verser3
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
Mosby & Hunt's New Bloc.
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Frent Row, Memphis.
r .. . ....,f.M M fllllnf orders for
I WILL pay particular iu- "
Groceries, Bagging and Rope, ox.
JuU-dawty . .
A. C. GRIFFING & BRO.,
Main Street, Memphis, Tonn.
.. . a -lensi h l TP LO f OTP.
T. I. THEOBALD. J. ;w0rt. Ev.
Frankfort, Ky. atempois, V.A
THEOBALD, GRIFFlflu .
General Commission .Merchants,
Hoftl CAMP STREET,
,,e.-tr .VEJK ORhEANSLA.
I. L. XEASLET " "
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
a aa. 1 rta m
XO. 12 FRONT BUWi '""'
. . i ..Mi., on hand.
A LARGE stockOf nope anu 'Pm,i.M .
rhTreei Ut cenU per bale, all other Produce at
Charges V p . , onj nrompt
neuilraees. insiru.u. ',b,,.
remltance. All Pfocuce uia,
E. DASIUEIili Sc CO.,
For the Sale, St.rag and Shipment of
KO. 69 FROST ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXT.
... T5 nnv-riei. Provls-
ALL orders for Bagging, . d
ions and Plantation Scpplles, nlled csrefuUT ana
cnuanti v. at the lowest current rates. autl-wiy
1. T. ITRATT0X,
5 1. h. ;
X. M'DATITT. )
STRATTON, McDATITT & C.,
GROCERS A71D GENERAL
COMMISSION MEBCH. AX A,
v -m vrnrtXT ROW. MEMPHIS, TEXK.
" w; eontlnue to Store and SeU Cotton at FIFTT CENTS
nht'nrt a tares stock of Power-loom and India Bsg.
oTGrceriesand other rJt
111 furnHh to oar cusiomors a. i'co
MMh"""'.'' .K,ie... w. offtr at actual
cost for c .na eA only, our entire stock of Clothing
gire hi a call. - , ,..v. v.ri,. tuocY.
vi - " ' .
J.nl-am v 272 Mala street.
C- Enquirer copy three months.
.r. H. WILLIAMIOX.
FRANSIOLI & WILLIAMSON,
and Retail Dealers In
Chlna.Glass and Earth
enware, French and
German Vases, Silver,
Sliver Plated, German
Silver and Brilanla
Ware, Fine Table Cut
1SS Main Street,
Also Looting Glasses,
Looking Glass Plates,
Tea Trays, Parlor
Glrondoles, &c., Ac.
G. B. liOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
SEAL ESTATE BBOKEB,
83 MAIX STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALE,
PARTICULAR attention to sales ef City or Country
Property, Kegroes, Merchandise, ef every description,
Faraltare, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Rent lag and
Leasing Property, c.
, .t nnmienments solicited.
Having engsged tbe services of Mr. J. it. Caldwell,
. . u..l .. Ta .AAin.t A netloneer. lat of HuntsvUle, Ala
bama, I am fuily prepared to attead wttaMU ud
.,ia or everv ac.cnpnu".
MADE OX C0XSIOXMEXT1.
rt-Storage and consignments solicited.
pfsT I am Agent for The Adams Express Company.
ProOtahle and nonorahle Employment
rrrnrt TEIF: ITISTER.
TtERSONS In town er country In search of empleyment
lJ .. . .., , inrume. m ta nil no their leisure hours.
msyhearof such by enelotlng two stamps, to pay post
age U Tprofe'sor J UIE3T. HORXE. BoxXo.,S6I Kew
TorkPost efflce. The employment U fitted to either sex
-Mullen In life Jmmateriil. It Is an article of dally
consumption, and can be manufactured In any person s
dwelling; secured by copyright'; tales as permaaeatas
flour. An agent Is wmted in every town in me i
S. KERR MAX
'isvo the honor to mtoi m lb- pub
lie that they have re-opeaed tntu
BAR-RxOjs oh Adams street, oppclte Worsbsio Home,
as a LAGER BEKRSALOOX. In which Jtey will com
mence on M-ndsy the 2d of F-braary. t-. give a sptendtd
l.rJKCn. (with a slas of Lscer ler ) at the low rale I
pirTEEX fEXTS, Good S0D1 will be eervtd up at eatb
Lunch. Lunch at half-put ten o'clock a
aa3l-dlm J. SCUWOOBicS
Comer of Main and Adams street.
THIS Honsa Is sltusted In the centre of business, atn
Is now finished and In complete order. The Proprietor,
pledgee tin: sell It shall not be surpassed by any House In
Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestowec
on him for the last two years, te hopes ly a street atten
tion t business to merit a continuance ef the same.
oc7-tf J. J. WOlianAM, Prbprletor
C0RXER FROXT ROW AXD JEFFEKSOX STS.
rillllS establishment has Just undergone thorough to-
oairs la every department. Rooms newly paia
and.pspored bedJins thoroughly renovated; there Is net
even a mattress that is not new or equal to newr earreU
mostly new; & In one word tbe hoase Isnewlnde
cldedly better orcerthan it has ever been since It was
built. Very grateful fur the liberal patronage to the
House slace I have occupied It, aud having renewed two
leases, one on tbe House, the other upon my age, I nope
to be able to give more attention than heretofore. Itir
determined to make my gaesta comfortable.
oc7-tf D. CO CERE LI., Proprietor
Corner Main and Jaclison-sts.,
THIS writ known notel, having changed hsaes,
and been thoroughly repaired, and provided wtta
new Farnltere, is now open for the aeeommesa
Un f Boarders and Travelers.
Tht public may rest assurd that every exertion wIH
be made on the part of the Proprietor to render tbls
House ,econd to none in Wet Tennessee. Havinr active
and attentive Mrvants, and a table always famished with
the best the country affords, he confUently relies .upon
giving entire satisfaction to all who may favor bins with
their patronage. WM. K BEXXETT,
J3- EBolre r copy.
WORSiTAM ROUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALER IK
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie Wor
KEEPS constantly on hand a Urge assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits la their twn Juice, Jollies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters. Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, alt
kinds Xnts, &c.
in conaecxien wun ibis csud
llshmentl have fitted npan Oyster
Saloon, and will neet'e FRESH
OYSTERS by every packet.
novI6-dly 8. P. BBlOnETTO.
P. H. HELNRICH & BRO.,
297 MAIX STREET,
KEEP constantly on hand a large varMy of TLAIX
and FAXCT CAKDIES. CAKES, fruits. Preserves,
etc, wholesale and retail, tv e are also prepena w ir
nlsh parties at the shortest notice.
, vr Mnn4lAn wllT, IK4. w.
VlSTftfl! skeep open onr LADIES' and
iCXV SC GEXTLEMEXS' OTSTER SA
LOOK from 9 o'clock a. M., to 12
o'clock p. m., and are receiving during the whole season,
FRESH OYSTERS by every sfamtr. We solicit a share
of the public patronage. noy2-d6m
W. ALEXASDER B. J. LAXSIXO.
ALEXANDEB & LANSING,
X03. 63 AXD 65 LOCUST STREET,
ffirit. Tjouia, JXCLo.
R J? PE RENCES.
J. J. Murphy, Memphis; Cook t Co., Memphis;
Darnett c naiscr uw a u.)n,
Charles Potter, " Hta
JAMES I0W & CO.,
41S Main Street, Louisville. Hy..
A RB now receiving their Slock of Dry Goods for lef
iXcomii g Spring Siles, to which they invite the atten-
tin ef dealers. Their pnrchsses of American dftBjetr
goods bavt been made under the most favorable etrcaav
stances, for ca-h, befrrs tbe advance, which will ena
ble them to eff-r Inducement, i the purchase of these
goods not to be surpassed by any dry goods concern it
the Doited States.
Ws flatter ourselves to be aWe to sell Domestic Good,
folly as low as they can, at pree-t, be parcbastd from
th- Dry Goods Commission nouses In tbe Rssiern mar
kets. We win have on hand of onr own direct tmporta
tln from Enrone. a lirce snd wrll-selsclfd stMk of Jc
onets, Swi;s Mulls. Xainsook.Mu Una, Cambric, Liaen
Hambrls, Handkerchiefs. Hosiery. Gloves, Englitb Btack
wi.,v mni White, and Black and Gray Prints. French
Plat Prints, English 4-tthi, Purple snd Chocelat-Prlot
tog.ther with a fun asiortmeni or ooos snnasie ir
men's wear Bxamlns our stock before maklegyearpar
chases, and you will find ttatwe have mad no state,
meats that we aro not folly able to make gutd feb7-d2a
BRADY & DAVIES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Main Street, Louisville, Ry.,
MAXDFACTURER'S Agents for Alacnino KrpMiag
"ging, Jeans, L!neys. Ac. langg-ly
A. 0. IMITH....B. T. OUTnRIE....CEO. J. ROWLASD.
SMUH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic iaijuors,
AXD AOEXT TOR THE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
N. 561 Main Street, between Second and Third,
JanlS-ly LQPISVILLE, XT.
J. 1H. ltlcFADDIIV & CO.,
(LATE TRIPLETT, M'rADDIX & CO.,)
No. 2S Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, provisions, near,
Grain, tic, solicited and promptly executed.
CM. HARTET .ttMLi.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MEBCHANTS,
KO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., KEW ORLEAXS.
OUR personal attention
will be given to the Sale or
Forwarding of Goods or
Produce consigned to our
address. Wo will contract Freight on the
above Lyre-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at
lowest rates. , ,
tr. h.T. li.ri Mveral veara' exoerlence In oar market
In the parchasing of Staples aad assorted Merchandise.
Refer to ook no., j. j. uiiaius , jpi
at Strance. naanah it Shanks. deel 2-ly
lOTISVlLLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING TAPER,
AXD DEALERS IK
PAPEBS OP ALL KINDS,
47'3' Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
nFIT20ERALD...CHAS. C. BILL. .J. WOODWORTH,
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Sutxeaort to Fart, Slmpton If Co.,)
Grocers, Urotluce Bealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Pront Bow, Memphis,
Clerk's Sale of Real Estate.
William V. Aaderssa.l Ex. Parte Petition to sell Real
Adm'r of Thos. s. simp- to tale.
on. decM. aad others. J la Circuit Court of Shelby Co
PURSUAXT to a Decree of the Circuit Court of Shelby
County, rendered oa the 221 day of January, 1867, In
th abve cause, I will, on tberflrst MONDAY, being the
2d day of March next, la treat of tbe Court House door la
Raleigh, Tennessee, proceed to sell to the highest bidder,
at pumic auction,
2065 ACRES OF LAND,
lying In tbe llth Surveyor's District of Shelby County,
in Range 6. Sections 1 and 2, on tbe south side of Wolf
river, being the same Lsnd.of which Thomas S. Simpson,
dee'd, seized and postessd.
Terms One-half ca?h ; the residue on tAdll cf six
months, with bond and security Ji r the defy rfd varment.
t r, T .Tiiiriini'rMv .
WM. K. POSTOK, Att'y for Pi:tltloa.rs. '
DR. THOS. KELLER.
T ATE of Tuscumbla .Alabama, has located permanent-
i j ly in Memphir, od offers his services to the public
In all the branches of his profession He has taken the
oface heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
and Union streets. Having recently made a careful and
general selection of Surgical Instrnments, he Is prepared
for all the operations of Sorcery. Residence on Shelby
street, between H-tlng and Trezevant streets.
D M. DUBOSE,
k TTORKBT AT .AW. Memphis, Tenn. Office on east
CX side of Main street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to F. Titus, McEwen, Harris & UcNelH. J. D.
Win lams, W. B. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis,, Term.;
Mwn, Titus k Co., Kew OrUans. Janll-U
; lar.latiait gupfits, (Site
(Succeuo'to IVUUamson 4 Hancoct,)
LL.f WINES, BRANDIES,
tsE, Mavana Czffars Arc.
KO. IS FROXT BOW, MEMPHIS,
Eoceived thi3 Day.
UfiO kegs Xo. 1 Leaf Lard;
25 tkrrcenSagar-Cared Hams:
20 kgs Shot, assorted sixes ; "
ICO htM Whisky.
All of which we wUl sea cheap for cash at Ks. a
Front Eow, Memphis.
JT1 8. B. WILLI AM SOX.
rpnE subscribers keep on hand ths Jestewlng artWes,'
cdtl which they warrant to be of ent niit, anj tJr
yiale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers :
E. Career & Ca.'s Improved Cotton Olas;
Wagons, Xortbern aBdSouthernmanafactsr;
Bacon, hog-round ;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sagar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candies, Powder, Shot and Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior article ;
Lime, Cement and Piaster Paris;
Together with a general assortment of all artistes usu
ally kept la a G rocery store.
GWTKKE & GIBSOX,
!b!v2 Xos. 1 and 2 Ezrhanre BaUdinc.
EMPOBITJM OP PASHION,
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
and Mantilla Establishment,
STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
WE are now receiving and opening one of
the largest and most magnificent stocks of
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods. I
tt.r b-ought to this oity. Also, a very select aswrt
meat of Rich Dress Goods, entirety new. Silks, Cash-
m.'res, it arenas, ueLatnes, ana a large variety of all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dreads.
We call aartKnlar attention ts our Millinery Depart
ment, consisting of Chenme, Moss and Uncut Velvet,
Satin, Silt, Grecian, Italian and Engluh Bonnets; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils aad Wreaths, $5,000
worth of fine French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and Gtmpure Laces; alt styles of
Emuroidercd, Telvet and Cloth
Ladtet'Gfoth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Dresses, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Corset. Kid Gloves,
Purs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks aad Dress,
es, &.c, &e.
X. B. Embrotderins and Stamping doae, Cloaks an
Dresses made to order in a few bears at cheapest puces.
Ladles, please call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the conntry promptly attended to.
Oct I it. ST1I.LMAX & CO.
lip-en, won.i respectfully say u buoiu
t riems anu ensvmers tail ne is situ at'
the oM st aad, -with a reod supply ef Fruit
liva, ouatlitin: of
Also; R-spberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, la t
rMKi, wtlh a goedsupaly of BvevgreesM, Grrea House
Plants, Barhins Roots, Rbabarb and Asparagna.
Orders from a di.tanoe, accompanied with draft or order
on a respectable merchant al Memphis wiU be paBctaally
atteaaed to and aH plants gaaraBUdte order and de
livered any pat t of tbe citr, tree of cbanw.
Xursery on Main street, Sooth MeBaphis.
octII-d6m Receiver of Monry & Green.
TO D0R.TICCL1URISTS AND PLANTERS.
I would respectfully remind tbe citizens
of Memphis and en- rcundiug country that
f K iMn f r.t- t.in.id.nlln, 1Tn.lt an.1 rr
V. namental irees Is fast approaching. Great
additions hare been made in every depart-
Brui, iuur u.rticnlarly amoi g Fruits. A more select
and varied collection his never bees oerd for sale la
the SoatHwist, consisting In part of over one hundred
Catawba, I Abulia, Ohl., Scupperaoeir, Clternla. etc
Grape Vines, Fns, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; Eng.tsfa.Walaata and Filberts, Texas
I'ecans, CbeHinu,etc.. etc.
Grera-bouse plants, Bulbous Flower Roots, fltarorted.l
Evergreen of every desirable variety, amoag which are
nearly 2,000 Magnotta Grand Flora.
In a ditwa o tbe above. I am now receiving a large let
of Bulbs, cf all kinds. In consequence of bavin: to
move most of my stock en hand, I will sell It very low.
Purchasers may rely on everything .beta: what It Is
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms by applying at the Garden and Kfrsery, near the
Rillroad Dt-bot, or addressinr
OCll-Oam S. M. WUKATUX.
P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders win
meet with prompt attention If left at the store ef J.
Wiklberger. S. M. W.
THE undersigned have opened a Carrls; e Factory on
Second street, between Washington and Adams
streets, wl ere they are prepared to Manufacture and Br-
palr Carriages at tbe shortest notice. All work done ay
them will be guarantied, aad a share of public patronage
JanJ-Iy L. 3. BURR fc CO.
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BY
Fashionable Hatter, 75 Front Rowt
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT
W S a !rl A TOJu'S !
octl2-ly Ko. 75 Front Row.
C. C. MAYD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OPPICE,
WHERE caa be found as description of Grave Work,
which will be furnished as cheaD as It can be got
la any matket west. Also, nuiiams won done at snort
It is to the Interest of all persons wanting such work to
pnrcbae from the yards at Memphis Instead of parchas
ing from Agents, as ins .uaaaiacurs nav to aaa: ta
twenty per cent, that Is psld Agents to the work sofd hy
them. Southerners, look to yoar Interest.
dc3-dawCm O. C.MAYDWELL.
TTAS opned his STUDIO ia Clark' a Marble Building,
ii where he will be pleased to see tfcoie that wish to
Lcmploy his pencil.
U roriraiis aiso paiubcu mm ui&uciinji u
The Best in the World
CAX be dona by those who wish to purchase
City Property, or handsome Country Residences
In the snburbs. on Sjine or me isiier caa uc
id a fliie Residence, ready for occupation.
Terms liberal, and title good. Apply to
octn-tf CHARLES D McLKAX
E. W. SUCKER,
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
-VFFERS his services to the public and will give
' J prompt attention to any business connected with his
vocation. He may be found at his e fflce on the west
side ef Main street, suth of Union, (Greenlaw's Build
ing,) unlets at) sen l m pr uessieaai easiness.
J. E Chadwkk, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. Prcvlne, ' Robertson Tepp,
B B WaddsII, Philip H. Thempsta,
JohnS Clajbrook. febS-ly
170 THE X-LJ r-lT iTO!
Tho Uadison Street
Sash, Door and Blind Factory.
mnE understlgn'-d has taken the stand recently oecu-
JL pled by Moore & Halstead. over th Flanloc Mill of
Whipple. MeCullsgh A Co., and Is prepared to fill an or-
d rs for Sasb, Doors, Blinds, Frame, Casings, Jioaru
lngi, Mantl'S, Ac.
Particular attention paid to dressing and tipping Lum
ber, for the Carpenters and Builders.
Jan23 dSm R. YIRGESOK.
100 Barrels Flour,.
VARIOUS brands, from the best "Extra' to Superfine,
f.r uTa fav bXmBRRILL.
octSi.' ' '' -' -JtalaVatieet,
JE If ROUTE.
EAST AND NORTH,
BlEMPmS AND CHARLESTON
OVEK XO CC.ItliVTII.
OAiaaa aneriiou. ia, two iukuiiiH jsAJLTKAl
wrRKave M.-mphu. DAILT. at 7 W a. at., amvu
at Cefrath at 12:30 p. zn.i at SomewUte at 10:00 a. n
Ret urniag Leave Go-lnlh at X fjM.; Samervffie,3
p. ai. Arrives ai jiemputs ai ..vu p. 31.
ZTThii" Train eeanects at Coriath with a deebte DaHr
Lis of dt etasa Past Coaches to tbe termssns ef the
Eastern Division of the Memphis and Cmarleslea Rail.
read. Thence by RaEway direct, and ceenectieas sare
with au TUsUrn cities.
9tagtngfedaceiIt3o'rr7 allet, aad track-laying pro-
ci'saSBg rspuuyi at u
TOROGUT10ET3soU to thefaSewls: poinU:
1 , MOXTGOMERT,
This Train also connects with the Mississippi Central
RaRread to UsOf Springs. Oxford,' Grenada, Canton,
Jacksea, Ac., &x. ,
Also eeanects al Grand Junction Station wtm.T.UE;
see Oeatral RaHread to Bolivar, Jackson, HeBttBgdea
and other places. .
A 10 connect at Pocahoataa with Tri-Weekly Line of
Coacaee to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Celambcs,
JIIHOCGII TO NASUVILX.E IN 31 HOURS,
Via tbe Memptiisand Charlsanoa. KashvBle and Cbawa-
nnosa TUilioals only 4,0 miles ef Staging, against
XBO ty any other ruete.
Ite ACCOMMODATIOX WAT TBAIK xans daBy (ex
cept Saitdays) betweea Memphis aBd tbe Junction with
tbe MiMiasippi Central Railroad:
Leaves Junction 7.00 A. 11. arrrres al Memphis 11:00
Leave Memphis 2:00 p. M. : arrives at ths Janet ion
6.-00 p. M.
Frelgbt Trains lor ve Memphis far Fecahontas DAILT
at 1 A. K. Dears close at i p. M.
ThroughTickets ealy, on the above Roetes, can beoh-
' ulBt sl Oemmetttal Hotel, as weH as InfermatleB
Passencrr are reaaeeted to parchase Tickets before en
tering tbe ears, and save payment ef extra fare.
Baggage checked to all etaUoas on th RaHread, and
no Burgage win be received without betas checked.
Each passenger wall be aliewed seventy-ave peaads of
baggage by Railroad, and sixty poaad ky Stag; bat no
article wtUbe earned as baggage that is Bet incident te
the person ef the passenger. In case of loss the Com
pany wBI beta themselves responsible far an ameant not
Kegroes, when traveling alone, must have a permit, na
ming the point to which taey are to go, aad specirylBg
that they an to travel by railroad, or they will not be
ep2t Saferiatendentef Transportation.
For Baltimore, Wasliinston, New
YorJ, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Line for the East!
ISallimore and Olilo
R AILR 0 AD .
THIS Road runs frum Wheeling to Baltimore, (37$
miks,) and to Washington. (100 mile ) and presents
the fullest advantage buih as a frtwlii and passenges
line. It runs through wild and romanuc r.-gioas of the
AHvgbnWs ; aad bang solidly coBstrocted, cemaiettl)
equipped and carefariymanag-.il, u one of the moat at
tractive and Mfest RaHroads in the Halted Stales. The
Central Ohw Rauruad, frum Cutumbas and ZaaeaviUe te
Wheeling, unites this ruad with all portions of tbe West
The osly Trmoron Tickets trom. MEasrnu,
Lodisville and St. Louis to the National Me
T&eroLts, are seM by tbw road, which raas dntet te
Washington without the delay of pausing through Baiti
merev It is aho the ealy line by whieh badgaea caa be
checked to Waabtegloa from the Ohio river.
3By the KAIL ROUTE from Memphu, take the mail
ateaatere, rnaaiBgeatiy ir LoauvtHe, eaaaeetinc
with mail steamer or Je&rsonviUe Railroad fr Ci
nalt. whrr teev arrive so as to eeaaect with the eazs?fcf
LiMte Mtaat RailFaad for CoteBtbw cmiacctag VmrA
.Jill iuim vuviMJUvM. uuvui .ivwAi& anu uiint.
viae, to WherStag. By the espreMtraiaof taiareete,
the ume from CuacteBati to Balttmen aad to W aching uu.
Is lees tkaa 2? bearr.
S3Bo sara to ask for tickets by the Baitisere aal Ohio
rjPajBCrs from Memphis joeag Beet tarvnah St
Luius, caa bos' Thioush Ttckcls by the BaiUBwr aad Ma
Railroad. ThB route lays through Vlnceaat-9, Tcita Haute
iBdtanapolts, etc, to Wheeling, over the sew Onto ana
Mississippi and Ounnoccting Koada. Thewe cuuavctioas
are all dtrrct, aad the time from St. Louis to Baitimur
or Washington Is hut about 3 hour. Thfoagh Ticket
by tli route may be had of tbe Agent, unuVr the Plan
ter! Hoasd, at the foUewias rates : From St. Luat to
balitmere $29; to Wanhtngtcn $2$.
At Wheeling tbe passenger takes th saperler cars of
the Baltimore and Ohie Railroad, which leave tnree time
daBy for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Xew
York. Through in 16 er 1? boors, met oiling stoppages.
For safety, speed, resralarity, beanty ef ihe country' and
general comfort, this road is seeuad to nose in tbe Onsen,
FREIGHTS. This company poeesc the largest
eqaipmeatof any Railroad in the PnitM States, and is
prepared to do an immense bacines la trasspertatioa.
The read makes UBBWdiat eenneeuen at the wharves aaa
in the streets of Baltimore wtlh the Railroad-to Phuadri.
pbia and Xew Tork, steamers ef Erics.ua aid ISalti
MOlfX STEAJISHir Llae, by Canal and Sea to Kew
Tork, aad by w w Merchants' and Miners' Line to Btioa,
steaaiers to Korfolk, Charleston, Savannah, Ac. For
particulars, see freight tariff, eupies of whicii may be had
of tbe ForwardlBg Houses ia tbe West, or of. J. B. Ford,
Receiving andFcrwardiBg Agent at Wheeling.
WM. S. WOODSIDE,
Master of Transportation, Baitsmor.
A. T. LAVALLETTE,
ESPECIALLY FAOILTTATIXG TRAVEL B0CXD
To the Northland East! .
Through in Three Days and a Half to
JS 2 JT Xr jB' O fiE JD
From Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen lloun,
n unoui urea oj uuage or uunjt oj ixn or
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
, leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Xugara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, Kew York, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Xtagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to Xew York. Time from Cairo to Kew
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
XOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana and
Ohio, to the East and oru.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers for Racine, Atilwaukee.
Sheboygan, &c, and with a splendid Line of First Class
Steamers for Saalt Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Colling
pwood, Toronto, Axe.
"rains leave Cairo Every Jtomlng ana evening as fol
lows t . - . ...
6.-05 a. a., Cbicago ana Dsniettn .Express, Sundays
This Train connects at imcagorwiia .ev Tork Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
Kew York Cential Railroads, through la thirty-oae hours.
This Train aI.o connects al Sandoval with Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Louis and Vlncennes; at
Pana, with Trains cr me Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis ltaiiroaa, lur isaianapoiis, Louisvuie ana Cincin
nati; itDeeitcr, with Main Line Express for Galena,
Danleitn; the latter connecting xJth Trams to Spring
field, maples, nocxisiiQu, nurungion ana viumey.
6:10 P. M., Iew lore express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, except on Sixna).
connecting with .Main Line Day Express from Decatur to
Dunleith, and arriving at Chicago at 2 P. Mif
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will find at Dun
leith. steamers of the Dunleith and Minnesota Packet
Company, reaay to leave on me arrival of ettber Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, &.C Passengere
for Janesvllle, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at FreeDOTt with Trains to Belolt and Janerrillr. and
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
The Maps and Charts indicating th Great Central
Route tethe Xortb and East are an exact-transcrlpt of
Cotton's Map of the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine mis route as won as the ruininz
time cards of the connecting Roads, and Jsdge for them
selves as to the correctness of the above statements. Tte
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, ana mas forming a speedy and direct means of
communication Deiween me upper Lakes and Rivers, and
io .Luwcrinisausippi, auuru to me pleasure traveler,
as well as the bn-lnees man. attractions and facilities
for reaching the Korth and East, which surpass thos of
any other route whatever. The accommodations tar
nished by tbe Company for ths convenience of tbe trav
eling public, the permanency of the read aad structure.
mestreagm ana elegance o I me .Engines ana Cars, cam-
menu incraserve to inose wno aestre in traveling tpeea,
comfort and tafety.
TICKETS UUOD FOR OXE YEAR, with the privilege
of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis,
uairo, anu at tne principal Kauroaa uaces on the line.
A. T. LAVALLETTE, Agent,
luni-ly Memphis, Tens.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
10li SACKS for sale by
XJ B. MERRILL,
OC123 Ko. S Monroe street.
Racgins, Dale Rope and Twine,
Co.-ar.v.MLl oa nana ana tor sat ny
oct 2ft Monroe street.
Ibrht, elegant end cheap Patent SPRIXQ
MATTRESS, for sale by
ep2S-tf n. M. GROSTEXOR.
A SUPERIOR assortment of Pianos and Metedeoas,
k Just received by
ep2S-tf H. M. GB03VEX0R.
Carpets & Curtains
TUST received, a large assortment of elegant Velvet
al Brussels, Tapestry, Three Ply, Superior and Cemmoa
Carpets, Rugs, curtains, Cornices. AC
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN
OPBX from Janctk.n with Memphis aatt OkartesteaC
Kail mod to Blaek's Station. foarasH osw-kaK suits
North of Boiiyar, and tweaty-two miles S,uth Iran
Leaves Bolivar DAILY (Sundays exceael)fkt : 15 A. M ,
connecting with 7 a m Traia from Grand JasMtien to
Leaves Grand Jaactlea alia a. Jr., or a arrival et
Mad Trat fr-ra Mruphi, caaaeaisg at BiMkVStatfea
with Wyly & Norwood's Itae t Ceache fr Jackson and,
XashvtUe via Heatisgtea.
Lt. BU. t's Stat-B ai 20 p. m . auuattmr .1
JaBctleawith Mail Train, snlvlag at MeaspbU at T:3
Leave Grand Junction at 3:15 p. sr . arrivtez i ct.
var at 8:25.
Passengers for Jaektoa. Htntlrzio. Ac .brtblanate
will have lee Staging than by any oth-r
R r KEELT S"p't.
MISSISSIPPI AN1 TENNESSEE
Opon tO 0O223LO.
OX and after Muadan, January 12th, Ms, THROUGH
MAIL TRAIN w leave Mema!. iWy, (SeBdayi
-xo-Med lat7.30 a. M.. airtilBc atiw.i tac .
Retarma;. I aves Come at la38 a w j
Thi, Train connecU at Coeo with J. P Mcllexaader fc.
Co.'. duar liae of First Clu Pe Gawi u, v
aadGceaada Sugiag redand to SS saues between Mem
phis aad Grena a throaafa m 14 kn -n.
Pe a-ay rely an tht bent a shorter aad cheaper loete
to Gieaada, Caatoa, J.ekeoa aad Vickkberx tnaa aar
The FREIGHT TRAIX will make datlv iriu j...
exeepbrd,) from aad after Monday, the 19th ef' J. unary
- " " ' "-v mi, nsnifittl Will 1, , vm
aaseBMBts made to receive their mliitibii.ik.
oa arrrval, as lb Coaspaay have only tesperary atrial--mans
for Uktng ease ef f retahts, and wW net b. rr,pa
albie for ta toes or daaugc to tbe same at that station.
rsaers ar reaaested lo pan hue tickets before
entering the ears, aad save payawas ef extsa, fare.
B4gage checked to all stataoa ea the Kailseed. and a
beggaaewui be neeitd witfeeat betas bieitd. Eaeh
paseeager win be aliewed H8 aoaad of baaaan br Ran
reed,aBdWpeaasbysta, bat a artich wm be ear
rd as baawage Hat ts not incidest to tbesers tk.
la eae ef lot, the Cetaaarr win beH tw.h..
sponMbie far an ameoat net exceedtag $t0.
j"Xegroes, when traveling aloae, mat have a permit
aamiog the pv,mt to which tbey are to go, aad speeurtar
that they ate to travel by Railroad, er ia- i-t vt
fa'rted. e. V HTSirr
FARE KEDIK73E1D !
Prom Memphis to Jackson. 83 50.
From Memphis to NashTille, $10 50.
Via Jackson, 1Ta3lesDoro, and
COKKECnXG near BrewaaviBe with the' fempsi
and Ohio Railroad aad at Tbesw&oa wuh it., -r .
neesee asd Alabama Railroad. This is the cheapest route
to Middle Tennessee, and travelers are assured that no
pains or expense will be spaied te reader term eemiurtj
Me. Theeaaehe, horses aad driver are saperier.
Our liae easnects at Jackson with J. W. Xbrweed It
Co.' line of fear borse post coache to XuhviOe.
-"r'" NORWOOD it FORT0KE.
Fare to Grenada. 1 00,
Including Umnibns Ticket to Holly Spring?.
Tho Cheapest and Quickest Boute
Between .Hcnpliis and Grenada
J nov pretexted to tte public via the
3Ieiuphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads.
FOR ttekets or information, apply to
aagia-dlt SIMS at CO.. Agents, Commercial Hotel.
IT. B. FOREST,
oNb S7 Adams-st, Meniphis, Ten.,
ivottvis arc-, .nana caraitaa,..
twiniy liveUSUrly joaas sezrees. to which h.TA
desires to caa the attention of BBrcbajer
.-te wui ie ia tb Kenlar reoetst at -?,-- vS-
i:iuXorih aad Seath Carg.iaa every aseath. Ht
gro Depot ia oae of -be nvuat eeaplete and eeapaodteas
sU'j i!ir meu!of the tiudiu the Southern coaaery, and
his rerxaiwas exaet aadsystrmatic, dean ia, atst
n!s am ca-afrt bemg sinctly observed aad safer- (.
H.s a.m ts to furnish, to cusiua-ers A I servant tail
Hold base, seaad and perfect in body and mind. 'Ne.
Kt'r' tokrn on coa.mis,ion. aa2t
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
McMisxviULE, Texx., January 13, 187.
SEALED PROPOSALS wil, be reeeived at McMiaavWe.
aatd March lih. 1SS7, for the Gradta:, Masonry aad
bvMjtisx of sixty mile of the Suatbwtsiera RaHioad,
ostBmrtictes.t MeM laa vine. theSeatBera teinrtaa, aad
ranbii g Xorth through Warren. White and Pataaot
ooanties to Livingston, in Overhn caasty.
Tbe character et tbe wort la heavy, cemerielug a large
am-.oot of rock excavation, several heavy eb er bridg,
BUfenry and twelve haadred lineal feet f Soots es
M cesium's Bridciog.
mile one each, or f thirty, er the whole Mxty t'er in
cindusg iron, trackUyiag, deaat baiMbsHts, aad all th
eeahmet.t necessary lorerailK the read when eem
pirte. Plans, mans, predles and speeifica'leBs may be seen,
and all oth r lafermateen tMalaed at the Eegier-r'a
offl:c afterMatek 1st, atMeillBvilte,rbeJe thatttm
by a-lrr.-ln? me at the Bograeer eOce ef the Mobile
and OhieRaUteed, Jackien, Teaa.
fe3-;tll6mar SeeiaeeT in oB.rge.
ffV-s- TAKBX up at y h. ase, eee BAT HORST,
hvium wane, bh on new saaaieaaa
"bridle. Inquire of
r. J B. L. Wi.VX.
Xe. 2il Maia-t.
M. C. GAYCE & SOI,
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 25 Madison Street,
PARTICULAR attention will be given Is aD sales in the
dtyorcoaatry, otKegnrs, Raal Estate, Merchan
dise, Furniture, Land Scrip, Stock, Ac. Ail kind Rent
ing and Leasiaa; Property, etc. Storage asd Consign
ment solicited treat all sectir n.
Re'urniBg oar gratef nl aekaowledsanents for the very -liberal
patronage nerelefer received, we now pteda eurf
Mires, having determined oa making Memphis eaer-jt.
raanent heme, te doable onr dPig-nee if sseHf and
think with twenty year experience in the trade, the last
ebvea in Memphis, we ought to be gradaaie, aad feel
ceaSdent we can gi.e, as we taiak we have dene,
genet al satisfaction.
ErrERESCES A. O Harris&Ce., R- A. rarker.S. H.
Lamb t Co . W. Howard, H. F. Farnsworth At Oo , Geo.
FUberty & Bre.. I. B. Kirtlaad, R. C. Riakley, Esq B.
Graham, Esq., Col. R. Tvpp, Dr. Sam. Gilbert, Xm
phls; Baldwin & Starr, X. T Drnison A Sen. W. L.
Brace A Co.. Ctacianati; Tbos. T. Read, Esq , S. Oassi-
dy, Louisville ; Mrs Duncan, Rawliags. B F. Sbieids
X Co., Taos. a. wiBsum, .nw (.-rirans, o.jt. apsrerat
$30,000 X7 O O? TT
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
At Manufaetiirers Prices.
AMOXG which may be foaad
Wn Crompten' celebrated brands, Lynchburg;
neaderson and Holcombe brands, "
Dr. James Saunders' " Harry of the West, c "
C Ford's Anna Rice, Ac,
E. J. Wade's brands,
Jas. Thomas, jr.' Creseeat City Parages, Riehntecd;
Cosby it, Wlnfree's Star f Eicm"a ntas of va. "
A. Dill's Fig, Mayflewer, &. . " , .
Coleman Wertham's " 0. W. Iris, "
nard grove's Indispensable. Ac., "
C M. Coby, (C. M. Cesby braadj " DiC7e;.
Withers . Ayr- xeeng America,
W. T Soatherlins' brand,
R. P. Richardson "OldCasweH, "KeedvHr,X. C
With a great variety of common Brands ton namenus
to mention, all of whieh win be sold at IKVOICE PRI
CES, to close, ceu.ignments.
Ever article warranted fresh ana genuine, aaa direct
from the factory.
J. B. SHARPS, wnoiesaie Tooacco Factor,
drc3-lwdaw3m Xo. 2S Madlsoa street.
Chancery Sale of Two Taluable
PURSUAXT to a Dreeree of th Chancery Court st
Memahis-. rendered Kovember Term, 1S58, la thv
case of Joseph Lenew and Archibald Wright. Adm'rs of
Alty-TtG. Underwood, deed, ana others, ex-parte petition
to scH Slaves At, I win oa
Tuesday, 24th February, 1856,
in front of my office. In tbe city of Memphis, proceed to
sell to the highest bidder for cash.
Two "Valuable Negroes,
belonging to the Estate of said A. G. Underwood, dee'd
vix : Xegro Man named HEXRY, a Ko. I Plasterer, arul
his wife AGXB3, an excellent House or Kitchen Ssrvank
Sale at 11 o'clock A. M.
Jan2t-dawtds JOHK C. LAKIER, C. &. U.
"ESTRAYS SHELBY COUIVTY.
TAK.EX up by Stark y Reddlt. on th 19th
.day of January, 1S57. a sorrel MARE, about
1 fifteen hands high supposed te be about twelve
it thirteen years oM, elated face, both hlsd
feet white up to the hock a small saddle mark on her left
side and wind broken Valued at $11. Also, a Uxht bay
HORSE MULE, fourteen hands high, three years eld. a
strip running down ech shoulder and along tbe back.
maae reached and tall shaved bat grown out again. Val-
ped at $75. Said Red-lit resides at Green- Bottom, five
mile- East of Rale gh
Takn up by Benjamin Cash on th 15lh day of Janua
ry. 1S57, a brown MARE, seven yrara old, 14 H hands
high, wfclU spot on the nos, both hind f a, t white. Vsl
udatt35. Said Cah reside, in the llrth Civil District,,
about three miles Eistef Germaatown.
Ttkeu rp hy K J. B. L. Winn, oa the 10th day of F'b-
ruary, 13i7 a bright bay HORSE about ten years old,
slxteea haads btch. left hlsd foot white. Valued at $65.
Had oanw saddle aad bridlt. Said Winn resides lath
city of Mamphls, 6th Civil District.
A. S. TnOMAS,
fcM5-w2t Ra-ger Shelby county.
TTJTT rec -tvdtlSQ,000 Clgxrs, ranging in price front
' . H. H. POTTER,
die 1 5 Jliln-it., 34 door Korth Worsham House.