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BYM5CLANAHAST3 HUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN.. TUESDAY JVTORNING, MARCH 3, 1857.
VOL. VH. NO. 29.
ft J :
.tliAlLT.l-WBr AND WEEKLY, UY
BENJAMIN F. DILL,
Hfib. 'k. -'m'cxanahan,
5 WJI. M. HVTTON,
BSBES THE STYLE AND TIIUC Or
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PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION
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. - t be de up ato-eoatee.
-e arder ! the u alt-- 1
tuipa.it half-yearlr to aava-cc. aiT
-TeeieB terms be strtcdr
-'dailt RATES FOR ADVERTISING.
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10 M 13
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S3- Two iir. rfticwi w!r prr , 60 00
rj- AU 4rtteDBt inir to btifrtejMeooa
piCT. CHARGED AS SEW EACH BAY. H OOWl P.
r- AdTWi(ywwt 4trrcto U be dfcttejtd, orHttl
3-15rly wrtlwrs wl I be chcrgfd extra fr oco
p9te ever mMtkc, u wfc iaboe TvrrU re-
f;THwM'bec,,E xtr t regtar
rttS tw v46. Ren , KeoU rtBersblp
tloe To Ooi tTlee. &c
J3-TRASSIENT AFETIH6 BT BE PAID TOK
r?- lfrtlnaeae to be liwerte.1 in the -R-eetlr lPr
7T . : tfani in either of the outers, will
OSixs. SS erb. w be piS to France te every
lrAn UwrtHweBts for CriUh iMtitathrM,
rtitc.ii.iTTr- wl, T.wn. tmtotiMr Pc Meetingf,
te V" cbHtsod bftlf price.
rt- Mrrtaes leths are poMtsfcrt ew? ; bt
OHWuiti.'MMte of Rpect as4 Faoerxl InTttitloM
a mm w -. ui 1 1 isirMiiir 1 ill 111 1 nil 1 n 1 n nm w 1
j- ismwnai .ikkh m v -
TT - 1 tsiina ii niTlnWi- " bm4s from
per iwe , .
; laies. .
MeOTlNASAJS. Hnw w
1.. o. rives.
ATTOS.NET AND COTJNSSLOR AT KtmtU,
Ta OOc- la the pi Oflkcf Boii uns
.VM aaolnr-n ' ' care will reortve yroEiot
aadfeMMaiaUe-Uon. C.ecMoopptiMln J
uiilliH ooaaties of ffect Ti-nnessee, Mtmctppt ana
J. A. AA-OEUSOtf.
A TIORNKT AT LAW. Memphis, True. Offloe In
A WaHer's BatldiBi, ovsr JiansnfM's Dree Store,
X.m asToot- "1Bly
-rK'AXUEL GILBERT, SK..bas retanwd to his oM
T)rLltj..7tr Memi. od reooe Ms Infirm
Irr will remain perm inentiv. He treats the foliow
M'faicli : Cancer . Seroflola, Whl e Swrtllop,
SLVad w M. withoat S-rplcal operatHHM.. Hal.
tfrK Ignite ii-ea-. S re.f )oostaBa
S.Khofe, SfpbiUs, and all foraas of Korearhl
Acree!' K oBaecessary to say more, as he hat Uv
f wttaW of his success from Maine to Oregon.
BEXJA3IIX HOWCOTT, Dentist.
HAVING prenarea mfsieu oi
1 Beattet ym Memphis I rrjpect rally soHOt
&the patronage of all who may seed my va-
1 1 Tices 111 ia. k.i i"" ,
sertorm all obtbuobb w - -- iT "Z CI
Mh a thVmost approved style-as we as K can he
done is thi- or any other conntry.
Mceoa Main street, opposite TTorslmmllow.
dec9 -6m ,
a w ..Mr. n- M. ACBEE.
str.H, between Mate aad Front Bow,
F ill Dratal Operations reTforraed with
the least wostHepsm Diseases of the Alvowar njent
lGcmiTreated to the wt skfflfnl '""
Jli of Teeth set on Gotta Percha or Gold, with
tt: toUst imwe3ts, aad GUARANTIED.
riLLprmedrcine the,Mt-Wh.t IberM,
in an ct stems, aad none ail sacrt umoe
r iSou- ciW ar
BeTBaade MiSWl streets.
. B. Staatoa. N. Adams Kfq., Haywred cesmty.
V R Mand. Dr. J B Maoin, rayri w
: Serrti. F P Mar' in, E ,Tsonoy.
L W,J. B. Asfca, Memphis.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
Gronoral Tmnd Agoat.
..,1-cnvnnsr ITI7 .
ILL atteml personauy iu - . j,.
- n r.n.iiu to the J.cksvaport aa neteoa
B4fat, ssffliag Land and payine Tax" s.
B Graham. Memphfcs.Tean.; A. S . Hajr. LKe Bk;
Tt n n,i.iiir " MaJ T Malu Miss.,
w If 3J' J. Kortea & Co , N. O.J
P iloeAoT " J. -A. JoaeaB,LGrat,
a.d-Jaokaport; P-V WaUMrt
.T. S. WHITE. M. O.,
T ATEef Kardetvaa ouootj hiV5. "flT! S,rLT
r'fSrT-iVe. on door - WaHe-. A
m. Kesuteno- oa Puatotoc street, "'
betweeaSt Patrick and St. Marwa.
U. F. L.OOXEY.
TWRNBT AT LAV. t-fflor ver C.
W. Carry &
B. C BROW.Y, ,
J VICCEMRAM EO- A CHE-
WICH-ERSHAM & BEECHER,
A TWPRNrrS AT LAW, Memphis, Taoe. Office
SMITH P. BAXKHEAD,
Dr. R. I.. laASHI
ters hH eerTtoe- to the poWtc as PhysWaa, Aoooaehrr
rrnltolreet, between M
BICHARDTOR. W. W. WHEATLET..M. A HIBOS
nimmniRnn. Wlieatlev & HiSs
ATTOENBTS AT L W-OCce en the owner Sw
, and Conrt streets. Memphis, TemjggL-jjL
JOHN A. KOOE,
A TTOENET AT LAW. OOoe iE the Po-t
'X Isl MemphK. Teim
HASS-EIt. 4i SEARCY,
ATTORKKV AT LAW Memph.s, -2
Walter Week- '
TTOBNET AT LAW, Cavtaetea, Tenn. AM
A eatrasted to his care win receive prompt attentk -
w nwnr PilPR.
. waVCT AT LAW. Meawhts. Tana., w Braet h
AWaB-t Cearts of Memphis aad tM Weawre ins
fTHZi fionrt Sauare, sdlolatec that Of t
Caay Conrt Olerlc. ajaria-ly
VVTrrrr KT. fl'Srtfli,S.'!u
-rTILL practice Law the Court. ,Hr'.x
a- waaii r. . ,j ui
kaaaaeaTeatraHed to hltn receive piaapt and faKt
FalattentleB. H' 0ie is In the Caaneery tBerx-aoBc-'
Ralir.' qruemaa county, Tenn vvzz
JOHN P. FAR RE 1 " Vk
TIORNBT AND OOUNSBLLOE AT Mraphh
ATaM Oaraeoaraeref Mate and Jrsn street.
'-LT."! - Aaawar &. Co.. and Mos
SBwaed. New Orleans; E. M. Aypersen ut I
3s il&lQ. bK. Uakwi n- Gj?-sU. J -
! . i itnr ofurAvc nf
Tmnnrtors nnii lUannfacturers Ol
HAVANA & IJO-
,n..0i.ii,i.iTkil larce assort-iealef theniott
"lONSTANTLT on fctod a Uree Mortmnef tbnr
V taTortt Drancs, ai m
A. J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
& M O M M S ,
AKD DEALERS W ALL KtKDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeaal Corner.! Main and TJbLb St
-M-r Vp .Iwara of. hanl a weB and caref bHt selected
H art Joibrtr Hae, B tteyW M at
the lowest current price.
JS-OraeJejroaapUr Blled wlthdUpaUh. ;
AJID DEALER IS
Watclics, Cloclts. lind Jewelry,
CORNER CF MAIN AND ADAMS-STS..
TiSESthH mftbodof mfonaing msirjeaoa.
HHoMatand to the JjfS:
tr.eiA. where b win t.Ve plescBTe lWWttef
. ' . . - vnltTDV t a thASA H'lK) 1X121
S3- All orer lor rcpalrtoc ia evory brxach of my bo
CANDEE, Mil & CO.,
-r- r.-r-cr Xrt. 18B7.
TYiAfHt trd to tb public we teMe our c
I .rSts !r th- T.ry liberal patr-B aKe 'Xtead-
i Js dT. .irt year, VS!TJ
ruui.h oarcaatonon the LAKGK3T, CHBAPLST ana
ror&atorp.rr TVtll b. Ttly in Extern
market and will keep lolly supplied with every aeeira
Wr tyv of
Staple end ITancy Dry Goods, ic.
Wr are Ateaia lor -ow ot ir 1 : i-'7,
MBSTICS, DSXABtnUJS, &c, wnicliwe offer at Factory
prOe . '
CAIVBGE3 & CO.,
WholesaJe and uemu ueaiers m
MILS.ISERY GOODS, cc,
Ian3-dawsm 235 M A1N-ST. . MEMPHIS, TENN.
J. B. SHAEPE,
j u j.A- v
vfl m jaJuon-if ., heiaeen 1 rem iunrono
Ae. 36 Ma4Um-tt., tettceen Front Rowand Mcin,
ai aavr-nma TPW
tirU tr .m he dtVes of JW.
stock be fT. f' 5-"?,,
Heiac rnuy aatr " v. n.,. - - - -
BtlaT. . j - n,inE m9TV.tr t Invite
more. uincmuaii " - u.r. , -- -
theattentienof 1 dealers in the above articte to 1
stock before parcnain:ecr. entRPE
aesi-a&w 1 - 1
A. r. H'CAHE
McCANE & WILLIAMS,
,c ia TVhrat Tailor,)
FORWAIIBIXG A5D COMMISSIOX
KSBCJlAii x ,
-nrrnii'n "Bltiffs. Arkansas,
mwvrvKm roaataatrr on hand Surar, Coflee, Slit,
, oeW wirch '.b win U low Tor ch or ex
SI rnrTtad Pettries, or any other articles
brought to the market. tt adlacent
anties sbtoped to imvaii-a oiun-r -
"... there are always waf. as and teams in
Tfladinees to hanl to any point.
Fall and Winter
tpv n-o o D S .
ONsis rtNG of every variety V!'
C Goods M-allytept ,n ttis market
.!!n.m'?? e all." and exanita. my
dmp vrsa? pttQ
pnaciaal dealers. '0-, wan, urett,
ortl3twaw6m Old Stand of Ferimson &Sedl.
"STpante' & co.3
Lard Oil, Soap and i,an(Uf
sir A IFACTUKSiKS,
,41 Mam itMMemi-
THK hWaesT. wnn f'r" " tu,t2-1v
T.Bollni and Soap Grease. J -',,
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
o. 66 Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
-re r---. -- T T ACT1 Tl.,
......niir.ihjnd BOOTS an-1
i i..nr.i j . ..,1...
I HOBS of hU own make, a so of other
II maaa'sct.rets. ne ke-ps. ala Leather
aarket. ftlve ha.; a call Before pon.-.fc
.r . x-t-p 1 rmKT-fl OP ALL KlKM OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTb,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
aBisr2 MEMPHIS TgXg.
"Walker & Brothers,
MAXUFACTCHERS OF CL0TMXG,
ASD DEALERS IJC
6ry Goots, Uools Slocs.
TjrjioloBalo ctxxcL XtotikOA,
So. 79 Pront How.
iSl ClSSmJ prely maanfactared tartth .mar
ket. d are op-nlM the Best ,
.w;., - a- U -.. enal RlaihM. CTCT
-ntid wry uww, 4wa ' v.
to thronih t
evSrt atTenUea - conntry
WT It je-
ATTACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
TViiics, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. SIS MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS TElih.
r.nANDLEll & CO..
Druggists and Apothecaries,
rfn if ref , door to Odd TeUcW nail,
pirn AT.-?ntjg X3J3"
I Puinta. CUM
ciiMt Tn.traments. Fancy toas.
I "U:,... mi. rimlAw Glass. Patent and uoiaa
retnei? Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars
rK"ve ESS sold by u. warraated as repented
. 1 V uH.HuJ al naf s-rmm1IsaaW 111-I I
.. " ..,-, .tnrf. between the Past OtS
THST le-elvM, 300 bWJ. 3Qu
Malant, M doer Xorth Wonhia House.
GRAHAM & HILL.
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
dec30-.lsw3ro NO. 9 PhONT KOW.
JAMES T. TATLOn..
.vr. b. noss.
TAILOR i ROSS,
GEXERAL G03L1IISSI0X MERCHANTS
No. 6 Monroe Street, Itlempliis,
WILL mil'- liberal c fb advances on all contlenmeats
of Produce or Merchandise.
lUfereacet Henderson, Terry & Co.. S. O. NeUoa &
Co., New Orleans ; Speed & Strange, E. M. Apperson &
Co., Memphis. noTl4-3m
PATTERSON, MARSHAIi j is CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
No. 49 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn.
OUR charges tor felling Cotton on arrival are Fifty
Cent! per Bale ; for storing and Ulns Seventy-Five
Cents. AU Cot urn insured unless otherwiie iustmcted.
J. K. SMITH.. .J. B.3IEACHAM... WHITEriELU.
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
Forwarding. & Commission Merchants,
(Slatby $ Hunt' New Bvildlngt,)
No. IS Froiit Row, Memphis,
HAVE now on hand a fine assortment of Bagging anC
Roo of tte best brands, together with a complete
and well selected stock of the virion! articles nscal
kept In oar business, to which se Invite the attention o
Agents for the sale of "Pike's celebrated Magntilt
Whisky." and Jones, Lloyd & Co. 's Southern Uantfar
tnrtd Nails. SMITH, MEACHAM ft CO.
J. j. HILL...... ............ ...J. T. IIATLEV.
HILL & HAYLEY,
jyjo. SS Iront How,
OVER D. H TOWNSEND'S,
Thrill seiiinc. GO cents Dcr bale. For Storms ani sen
Jt Ing, 75 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
stored by us will be covered by insurance, cniess other
S3- Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies fnrnitnea
to enstomfrs rcjuw..
A. A. SM1TIIWICE.
.J. B. WHAT.. ...A. W. SMITH.
SMITHWICtt, 1YRAY & CO.,
Xo. 3 Me4iion-tt . bartecn Front Rove and .Vcin-rf.,
Dp Slain, MEMPHIS, TEW.
STRICT attention given to Selling .ahd Storinjr Cotton
.iv Tr1,L mn&lrnpd to oft.
N. B. Orders for Bagging Rope and Plantation Sup
plies nUed with care and d .patch. Charges for SelllDg
ano Slorinc cotton, nrty cenw per paie. ua-i-om
A. ill. ISOPKIK & CO.,
( Succeston to Poxeea 4- Co.,)
COMMISSION ME St CHANTS,
NO. 41 UNION ST1UJET,
epl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
S. WILDS VEBSOS. I
D. C. WILLIAMS,
J W. A. BRYA5,
I T W BHTA!f.
Late of Panola, Hiss.
Late ot Laurange, ivsm.
YERNON, BETAS & CO.
Cotion Factors, Comiuissiou ana
No. 6 Front Row, over Meachnm t Galbralth's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping aad
Sdling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per ale.
All cotton sent to us wui i ouiercu 4u.u1.iin,
unless otherwise inf trncted. a"22
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on nana.
S. C. SSIDER,
Kew urieans. La
WALKER & SNIDER,
No. 123 Canal Street,
JalylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
C. M. IIORTOS
n. C. IIORTOB,
Late of Monthalla, Miss.
C. M. HORTON &. CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Jlerchants,
Ro.2Madlion-St.,opzotittJ. B. h-uniaai-x ujice,
tttK wBl continue as heretofore, giving special atten
V V o, .... ar..rr..r r.,AT, .f flftvrents
II UOUIU UlCilUCWlidwi'" J
per bale, and to the selection and purchase of any article
I. w fmm K', 3 Pmnt Row la o.
Ill oj.i.cv. umu. iibhu ..w - -
3 Madison street, nearly opncUe Union Back angSO
I. H. OATES.. '
A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON FACTORS, GROCERS,
Produce and Gecrral Commission
Tec de: jez. o 2ee jnt 'i ,
No. 3 Uition Sfrrrf . betaeen Main and Front Rov,
AFTER an active application to business, for ever
eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa-
iroua$.c ui uui liKutu iu 'j " ' -
We feel conltdent of our ability to please such as may
ooaOde thir business to our charge Our stock of Bag
ging, Rope nd General Supplies will not be excelled In
the Cllv uasa aavaaceB, or autwpiauvc, " "
made on conslgnmenU in store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Produce, in store, will only be eBected upon actual
, . . W,B .(uu. .drinpj Shipments of
111. V i til li. US, Ul " " ' r-
Cotton by steamers will, at all tlms, be insured while In
tranfit, with open policy, unras omw.iic ui.uv w
the faceof bills lading. ...
To all cur friends who have so liberally patronlied us
during years past, we shall offer the tame inducements as
foeretorore ror a comiuuauco .mru j
WAKDLAW HOWARD.. ............. WBI. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
t orwaraing iTiervuuuis,
i:n j wn WARD'S ROW. MEMPHIS,
TYEALBR8 In Eacglng. Rope, Twine. Sagar, CoSte, H
XJ lasses. Rice, Hour, Lara. Bacon, xsatsera,
London Torter, Ale, Wine, Whifky, Vinegar, Guano,
r in. t .iui-Ti.tr and Grneerle senerallT. A rood
stock now on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
rt-Cash advances made on Cottons In store for sale or
shitnxnt. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con-
ebraed to ns by water; also, the risior iire wmiem
store, unless otherwise instructed. Oar prices for storing
aud selling Cottons, the same as wo have charged for
ara tat aftv eeenper raie mny
UEKJ. REID. ................... .......... M. REID.
R. REIB & BRO..
. tmnvf item urvprns TUSV
i 1 l.V, " , . -
ACT. Cetten sent to our address Insured, unless Instruc
tions to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders ailed with care. Store and Sell Cottn at fifty
cent, per bale. decg-tmrn
T r. ATDLETT.
. c. DotranERTV,
T. P. AYDL.ETT & CO.,
JtO. SS GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORI.EANS
NO 21 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
"TTTILLmate cafh advsnces on all 0.tton or other Pro-
V V dace shipped to T. P. Aydlett & Co., New urieaus
CA3RI5CT0S MASON, L. C fuRVELL
Holly Springs, M Us ilipiey, Miss.
MASON & N0RVELL,
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
CONST ANTLT oa band, BltZls?, Rep and Plantation
. ;"-e ,,-.
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL COlttHSSIOX ilIERCIIAKTS
Cotton und Grain. Factors.
n. o". bkeweITco.,
TJ EPER to J. T. Soutter. Esq., President Bank of th
is nnMi. v--'r'A.frf t v Rtm K. Pre&iden
Bank of Charleston, S. C; Messrs. John Kraier & Co.,
J. w. uaioweu, jssq., tnarieaiou, a . vui.
Churchwell, President Bank of East Tennessee, Knox
ville; I. B. tIRTLAND, Esq., and Messrs. FALLS ft
CAS II. Memphis , Tenn. sepCT-6m
C MASO.V O. C. BOONE L. C. H0RTELL.
Hully Springs, Mlf s. LouHvllH, Ky. Kipiey,
MASON, BOONE & NORVEIX,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
No. ieiMain-St., Memphis. Tenn.
TJAGGiNG, Rope, Jeans, LI" seys, and a general ftocx
JJ of Plantation Supplies constantly on nana.
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
36 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
-,ASII advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
consigned as above, by
J anil -if
T. J. DAVIDSON.". J. B. ELLIS. ...... A. C. BLAIB,
DAVIDSON. ELLIS & liLAiti,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
RecGiTins. Forwarding ana ucnerai
No. 219 Main Strttl, Eail tide between Jefenon and
Tt OPE. Bagglnz and Plantation auppiies bi.j- w
II hand. Jn0-dawtt
J. M. PATRICK CO..
SO. IS FRONT KOW, MEMPHIS, TENX.,
(OFFICE UP -STAIRS,)
WILL rtvestrict atUntlon to all uou seal us lur
in this market, ot shipment.
, -rat iw Tn,nrd izalnst the dan-
gersof River Navigatloa and Fire while In store, unless
. . . x- T miH v cr RAna ft Till
otcrwls instruciea. uru-re iw -c.oi
V.7. our prMD,,t .Patrice CO.
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet. Front Row &Main,
PARTICULAR atu nilun part to sale auu enipmeu.ui
Co'ton atl other Ptiduce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices. M"23
if. X. terser
Cotton Factor &, Commission Merchant,
Tvinshv fs. Hunt's New Block,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
I WILL pay parti
'r attentioH to filling orders for
j. c. cBirriso.. J- B oRtrrisu.
J. C. GRIFi ...G & BRO.,
M&m Street. Memphis, Tenn.
B will furnish supplleB to onr friends as heretofore,
and make advances on shipments to our frlend3 in
T. S. THE03ALD..J- C. aRirriO..E. S. THEOBALD.
Frankfort, Ky Memihis. Tenn. Fran-fort, Ky.
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
AN D ,
General Commission Merchants,
NO. 71 CAMP STREET,
lnlvl9rdawtf A'Eir ORLEANS LA.
I. L. BE ASLEY.... ...... W.LOVIKO.
TIFIASJ.KY fi. tOVEAG,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
vn. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on hand.
a tt?" t.-r hir all other Produce at
Ssual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
P-mlUnce. All Prcauce insureu, uw r.'", "
E, fiASXIEEIL & CO.,
For the Sale, Sterage and Shipment of
NO. 69 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL orders for BasglnK, Bale Bope. urocene., i-toti-lns
and Plantation Supplies, tilled carofaUy and
reprg?t'T. at the lowest enrrent rates
T. JTRATTON, J " DTJH5CQU.
M-nVvtTT. X W- B. D0N0II0.
STRATTON, McDAVITT & CO.,
n-anrvnK ivrj flESERAL
NO. W FRONT ROW, EP ms, imn.
We eontlnue to Store ana sen ihou dm ii
per bale. ,-,1 tnsii. n.e-
On nana, a irne iw- vi 'T.
gleg. Machine asd nand R.pe, toBethcr with a heavy s tock
of Groceries ana otaer iBna o-i iiif, -v
will furnish to our customers at u fi rn
j&fl? COST S
OfX rrfi WORTn of new and seasonable
ihO.UUU CLOTHING and FURNISHING
GOODS, at actual cottfor cath.
.(..nM In r li1n.RR. VH Df&rlt aCtn&l
cost for casa and cath only, our entire stock of Clothing
and Furnlfhing Goods As the business must be elaed
nu and to d so the stocx ranst or sow, pers-jns ia tui
of Goods In onr line, will Und it 10 tb"ir advantage to
give a call. nsiiiju.aua,
2U A tun 3 t' ' l :e
janl-3- 2 M" slwt-j-
Enquirer copy three months.
S. TRAVSIOLI. ...... " ii.i.iAijiun.
FRASSIOLI & WILLIAMSOX,
and ReUll Dealers la
Cnina.tilass and Earth
enwar. French and
German Vases. Silver.
Silver Plated, German
Silver and Britania
Ware, Flue Table Cut.
1S3 Main Street,
Also Loo log Glasses,
Look ng Glass Plates,
T-a Trays, Parlor
Girondolee, &ct &c
a. I?. LOGICS.
Auctioneer and General Agent,
Tl-RT, ESTATE BROKER,
83 MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
TJARTICtLIR attention to sales of City or Country
l-e t, . t- . irH.k.ji.. .1 .r r itetrrintian.
Furniture , Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Rentlag and
ueasing i-p-peny, etc.
awugi: auu u?it,iiiiiciii.B waiuHu,
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL,
an old and eiperlence.1 Auctkmeer, lata of Huntsville, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
ssws oi erery UTScnpiren. LinHJkb vasji niJiA.
M adi. on uasiunna;ixB.
3Storage and consignments soHcltvd.
P. S. 1 am Agent for The Adams Express Company,
FrofitaMc and Honorable Employment
FOR THE WINTER.
PERSONS In town erooni.trv in search of emplcymtnt
as a source of Ine me, o' to fill us their lelsuro hours.
mayhearof such ty rnetot lug two stamps. topayp"st
.sr, to Profcsor J MES T. 1I0RNE, Box No. 4,651 New
York Pot effice. The employm-nt Is fitted to either sex
station In life Immaterial. It is an article of dally
consumption, and can be manufactured in any persnn'c
dwelling T secured by copyright; sales as permanent as
.fiaur. An agent waniea m avary jiown in in union
L TJ XT O EC
son woo b .ti ii
the honor to inf 01 m the pub
that lhi-v have re-own eil theii
BAR-RlM)U on Adama street, nnnmlte Woriham Hou.e.
as a LAGER UKKR SALOON, in which ttey will com-
rute on jion'iay tne 2a of February, to give a rpienayi
i.u.niu, iwnn a glass oi Lager Deer ) at tne low raien
rirTEEN tests, Gool SODP will be served upatearb
Luncn. Luuca at baU-paat ten o'cloe-k a. i . every aa,
JanJI lm J. SCnwOOB & S. HERRMAN
Corner of Moin and Adams stroet.
f PUIS 110069 is situated In th centre of business, sry
J Is now finished and la complete order. The Proprietor
pjeages c;msef it shall not be surpatsed by any House in
uc iHj'ii rwesi.
Being grateful for the Terr liberal patronage besteww.
on him for the last two years, he hopes by a street at ten
wou w ouiiness to merit a continuance si tne same.
oc7-tf J. J. W0R3HAM, Prbprletor
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON STS.
mniS esUbllthment hu Inst nnderrone thorough r.
J pairs in every dcnartment. Rooms newly paia'ed
ana paperea, bonding thoroughly renovated; tpera is
even a mattress that Is not new or equal to new ; carpel,
mostly new. fcc In one word the house is naw In de
cidedly better orterthan It has ever been since It was
built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to the
House since I have occunied it. aud having renewed two
leases, pne on the House, the other upon my age, I her
to ne aoie to give mere attention than ncreieiore ' arc
determined to make my guests comfortable.
oc7-tf D. COCKRELL, Proprietor
Corner Main and Jackson-sts.,
THIS well known Hotel, having changed bands,
and been thoroughly renilred, and provided with
'"j new Furniture, Is now open for the accommoda-
tinnef mirier, ana Travelers.
Th nubile roav rent assnnd that every exertion will
b made on the part of the Proprietor to render this
House tecond to none In West Tennessee, navln; active
and attentive m rvants. and a table always furnished with
the best the country affords, he confidently relies .upon
giving entire satisfaction to all who may favor mmwitn
their patronage WM. K. BENNETT,
53" Eoquirer copy.
WOHsilAM HOUSE C05FECTI0XERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie Wor-
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assort ent of Green
and Drr Fruits. Fruits In their own Jnice, Jellies,
Pmerves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Nuts &c
sp In connection with this estab-
y; C fSt) Saloon, and will receive FRESH
SL4,4i oxsteiw oy every pacset.
novlS-dly S P. BRICHETTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BRO.,
297 MAIN STREET,
KEEPcoastantiy on hand a large variety of PLAIN
and FANCT CANDIES. CAKES, Fruits, Preserves,
etc., wholesale and retail. We are also prepafd to fur
nish parties at the shortest notice.
connection wiin tnis we
open our LADIES' and
ENTLEMENS OYSTER SA-
f rem 9 o'clock A . St.. to 12
o'clock p. ai., and are receiving during the whole season,
FRESH OTSTERS by every stamr. We solicit a share
of the inbllc patronage. nov2-16m
B. W. ALEXANDER.
.B. J. LANSING.
ALEXANDER & LANSING,
nAlflfl i3DTAM lIT?DnH ATTO
NOS. 3 AND 65 LOCUST STREET,
S dixit Louis, o.
J. Murphy, Memphis. Cook . Co., Memphis;
Bamett &. Walker " Todd 4. Goyer, "
Charles Po!tei. " fet5 6m
JAMES OW & CO.,
1S Main Street, Louisville, Ry.,
t RE now receiving their Stock of Dry Goods for the
. coming Smlnc Sales, to which they lavite the atten
tion of dealers. Their purchases of American domestli
goods have been made under the most favorable circum
stances, for ca b. befere the advance, which will ena
ble them lo off-r inducement. I theparcbae of these
gnods not to be surpassed by any dry goods concern ir
the United States.
W flatter ourselves to be able to sell Domestic Goods
fully as low as they can, at preseot, be purchas. d ironi
th Dry Goods Commission nouses In the Eastern mar
kets. We will have on hand of our own direct imports'
tion from Europe, a large and well-selected stock of Jac
onets. Swiss Molls, Nainsook,Mn lins, Cambric, Linen
Cambric, Handkerchiefs Hosiery, Gloves, Engli.h Black
Blaik and White, and Black and Gray Prints. French
PJat Prints. English 4-tths, Purple and Chocolate Print,
tcgither with a full assortment of tioods suitable for
men's wear Examine our stock before m ing your pur
chases, and you will find that we nave mad no state
ments that we aro not fully aWt to make good fet7-d2m
BRADY & DAVlES.
GENERAL TODllSSIOX IUERC1I IXTS,
? - c4An. V jititevlll. T
114.11 LI .IllLtl) liUIIUHUl.) wj.,
ANUFACTURER'5 Agents for Machine Kope, Bag-
A. O. EUIT1I....B. r, GDTnRIE....CEO. 3. ROWLAND.
SailTH, GUTHRIE CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AGENTS IOR THE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 5S4 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KY.
J. Iff. IHcFAIIN & CO.,
(LATE TRIPLE TT, Sl'FADDIN fc CO.,)
No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. L.OUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provision t, Flour,
Grain, Jtc, solicited and promptly executed.
C 31. nARVET It- B. HAH VET.
C. M. H 4RVEY. & CO.,
COMMISSIOX FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
mm neruinal aifntton
will be given to the Sale or
Forwarding of Goods or
V Twu) n rit a 1 r rtH f i ,n r '
2 auures.. n, .til wimiki f irigUi VM .Mr
above l.r tc-shipment either by tall or steam vessels, at
ffr address. We will contract Freight on the
W have hd several years experience inour maraei
in the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
REFER TO Cock St Co., J. C. GrlOTng at Bro , opera
Strange, Hannah & Shanks. declg-ly
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
SETTS ASD BOOK PRISTISG PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP ALL KINDS,
47T Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
a. riTZOERALD...CIIAS. C. BILL..J. WOODWORTH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Succettori to Park, Simpson 4- Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Front Row, Mompnis,
Clerk's Sale of Real Estate.
William V. Anderssin, 1 Ex.rarte Petition to sell Real
Adm'r ot Thoa. 8. Simp- Ete.
nn decM. and others Sin Circuit Conrt of Shelby Co.
PURSUANT to a Decree of the. CErcuIt 'Court ot Shelby
County, rendered on the 22d day. of JaritLary, 1857, la
the ahj-e cause, I will, cn the first MONDAY, beln the
2J day of March next, in front of the .Court Hause door In
RaltUga,T nessee, proceed to sen, 10. tne mgnesi ciuuer,
at public auction,
20G3 ACRES OF LAND
ivlng In the tlth Surveyor's District of Shelby County,
In Range 6, Sections 1 and 2, on the couth tide of Wolf
river, bung the same Land of which Thomas a. Simpson,
dee'd. lxed and possessed.
TERMS One-half cash; the residue on a credit of tlx
months, with bond and security ror ine aeierrea payment.
M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk.
WM. C Poston, Att'y for Petition; rs.
DR. THOS. KELLER,
TATE ol Tuscumbla Alabama, has located permanent
. Unnl,. '1 tT..r. hi. K.rvlfJIB to thft tmbllC
in all the branch es'ot hlsprofesslon lie has taken the
offlc? heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, comer of Shelby
and Uuton streets, naving recently made a careful and
, ..iun .f sn 1 1 Tn.trtiT.tits. he lanrenarrd
general .vie. v. - .
for all the operations of Surgery. Residence on Shelby
-treet, between II Jlug ar.d T relevant streets
i tt. nirnosE.
t TTORNEY AT v.AW, Memphis, Tenn. Office oa east
T. side of Main street, between Jefiersen and Adams.
.... . - t. irt.. irfTSv TT. rrl . r WrVTI 3 Tl
Tlillams' W. P.Millti and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.f
AWP " vvt i'fcir , "
S. B. WIJLLIAitlSOI..
(Svecaw to Jf fanwon 4r Ilancoct,)
PINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars Sec.
NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
SO kegs No. I Leaf Lard;
zo tierces scgar-Cureil Hams ;
20 kegs Shot, as SQrtsd sixes;
100 til. Whisky.
All of which we will sell cheap for cash at Nt
rmui unr, aempms.
Julyl 8. B. WILLIAMSON.
THE subscribers keep on hand the following articles,
which they warrant to be of first quality, and far
tale low for cash ;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver JcCo.'s Improved Cotton Gins;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture;
Bacon, hog-round ;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior article ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris ;
Together with a gtneral assortment of all articles usu
ally kept In a Grocery store.
GWTNNE tt GIBSON,
Julys Nos. 1 aad 3 Exchange Building.
Jk9F if go ojps:
EMPORIUM OP FASHION,
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
and Mantilla Establishment,
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are now receiving and opening oneot .ja. u
the large.t and most magnificent stocks of JjfSJ
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Good., P'
ever brooch t to this oity. Also, a very select assort
ment, of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new. Silks, Cash
meres, Marenot, DeLaines, and a larg variety of all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call particular attention ts our Millinery Depart
ment, consisting of Chenille, Moss and Uncut Velvet,
Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets ; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils ad Wreaths, $6,000
worth of flue French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and G impure Laces ; all styles ot
En lUroidered, Velvet and Clotli
Ladies' Cloth and Vrlvtt for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Dresses, Ladles' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, Eld Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress.
es, Jlc, &c
N. B. Embroidering and stamping done. Cloaks ant
Dresses made to order in a few hours at cheapest pricea
Ladles, p!eae call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl N. ST1I.LMAN CO.
FORMERLY of the firm of Mooney fc
Green, would respectfully say te his old:
friends and customers that he is still at'
the old stand, with a good supply f Fruit
litre, consisting ot
Also, Rpberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a di.tance, accompanied with draft or order
on a reipectaMe merchant at Memphis will be punctually
attended to and all plants guarantl'dto order and de
livered any pai t of the city, free of charge.
Nursery on 11 aln street, South Memphis.
oetl4-d6m Receiver of M.Kmey Green.
TO HORTICULTURISTS AND PLANTERS.
I would respectfully remind the citizens
of Memphis and su- rtunding conntry that
the season for transplanting Fruit and Or
namental rees is fast approaching. Great
additions have been made in every depart
ment, mor particularly amorg Fruits. A more select
and varied collection hit never been oflered for sale In
the Southwest, consisting la part of over one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, OhU, Scnppernong, California, etc
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
Pecans. Chcsnuts, etc., etc
Green-house plants, Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a dltlon o the above, I am now receiving a large lot
ot Bulb,, of all kinds. In consequence of having to
move most of my stock on hand, I will sell It vevylow.
Purchasers may rely on everything being what It Is
represented, and sates may be effected on very favorable
terms by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the
Railroad Debot, or addressing
ocll-d6m S. M. WHEAT0N.
P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders win
meet with prompt attention If left at the store of J.
Wlldberger. S. M. W.
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
13 RECEIVED BY
Fashionable Hatter, 75 Front Row.
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES ASD BROGASS,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT
W Ea b'ATOKPS X
octl2-ly No. 75 Front Row.
EST RATS SHELDY COUNTY.
TAKEN up by Stark y Reddlt, on the 19th
.day of January, 1S67. a sorrel MARE, about
i fifteen hantls high supposed t. ce about twelve
r thirteen years oia, Mazed race, both hind
feet white up tn the hock a 'mall saddle mark on her lift
side and wind broken Valued at $12. Also, a light bay
HORSE MULK. fourteen hands high, three ysarscld,a
strip running down e.ch shoulder and along the back,
ni.se roarhed and tail shaved but grown out again. Val
ued at $"S Said Red '.it resides at Green Bottom, Ave
miles East ot Rale'gh
Taken up by Benjamin Caih on the 15th day of Janua
ry, la57, a brown MARE, seven years old. 14 K bands
high, wklte pot on the nose, both hind feet white. Val
u dati35. Said rash resides in the luth Civil District,
about three miles Eistef Germantown.
Taken rp by C J. B. L. Winn, on the 10th day of Feb
ruary. ISM a bright bay HORSE about tea years old,
sixteen baads bizh, left hind toot white. Valued at $65
Had on new saddle and bridle Said Winn resides In the
city ot Memphis, fith Civil District.
A. S. THOMAS,
feb!5-w2t Ranger Shelby county.
&30,000 T7C- C3 T
CHEWING ASD SJIOKISG TOBACCO,
. At Manufacturer's Prices.
AMONG which may be found
Wm Crcmpton's celebrated brands, Lynchburg;
neaderson and Hoi combe brands, "
Dr. James Saunders' " Harry of the West, fcc "
C. Ford's Anna Rlce,&c,
R. J. Wade's brands, "
Jas. Thomas, Jr.'s Crescent City Paragon, Richmond ;
Cosby & Wlnfree's Star of Rlcbm'd Pride of Va. "
A. Dill's FUr, Mayflower, fcc '
Coleman Wortbam's " C. w. iris, "
Hardgrove's " Indispensabls. fcc, "
C M. Coby, (0. M. Cosby brand) Danville;
Withers &. Ayres' Toung America, "
W. T. Southerllns brand, "
R. P. Richardson ' Old Caswell, " Reed t Hie, N. C.
With a great variety of common brands too numeroui
to mention, all of which win be sold at INVOICE PRI
CES, to close consignments.
Even article warranted fresh and genuine, and direct
f rem the factory. ,
J B. SHARPS, Wholesale Tobacco Factor,
dee5-lwdaw3m Ne. 25 Madison street.
C. C. MA YD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
TITHERR can be found all description of Grave Work.
V V which will be furnished as cheap as It can be got
in any market West. Also, Building Work dose it short
It Is to the interest cf all persons wanting such wcrk to
pnrcha'e from the yards at Memphis Instead cf purchas
lug from Aget.tJ, as tho Manufactora have to aildj the
twenty per ccziv. iq is paia aeexus to tne wora sold by
them, southerners, ioox to your interest.
dec3-daw6m 0. C. ilAYDWELL.
rp HE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory on
jL Second street, between Washington and Adam,
streets, wtere they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair Carriages at the rbortes' notice. All work done by
them wtn tie guarantied, and a share of public patron- ge
JanS-ly L S. BURR fc CO
100 Barrels Flour,
VARIOUS brand, from the lie, t Extra to Sop-!if e,
for sale by B. MERRILL.
oct:a Mm strut.
EAST AND NORTH,
1 Ifw W jffSr u1
JK .1 I JL 12 O .1
OPJEIV TO CORINTH.
ON and after Nov. 15, 1S5S, THRO! GU MA1LTKA1'.
wHl leave Memphis. DAILY, at 7:00 a. at , arriving
at Corinth at 12:30 r. M-i at SoraerviUe at 10:00 a. m.
Returning Leaves Corinth at t r. at. ; Samerville, 3
r it. Arrtvea at Memphis at 7 00 z . m.
"This Train connects at Cerinthwith a deaUe Daily
Line of flrstclastPost Coaches to the teratia of the
Eastern Division ot the Memphis aad Chirteawo Rail
read. Thence by RaUway direct, aud canneMsiina sure
with an Eastern cities
Staging reduced to forty miltt, aad track-laying pro
THROUGH TICKETS sold to the fsBowing points:
This Train also connects with th MissMyat Central
RaBrsad to Holly Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Canton,
Jackson, fcc, fcc
Also connects at Grand Junction Station with Tannes
tee Central Railroad to Bolivar, Jackaoe, Hentiagdsn
and alher places.
Also connects at Pocahontas with Trl-Weekty Line of
Caches to Ripley, Peatotoc, Aberdeen aad Culaabas
IIIKOUGU TO NASHVILLE IN 34 HOURS
Via the Memptils and Charleston, Na vtile aad Cba'ta
nuoza Railroads only Q milea of Stasia;, against
X80 ty any ether route.
The ACCOMMODATION WAY TRAIN ruse daily (ex
cept Sundays) between Memphis asd the Junction with
the Mississippi Central Railroad:
Leaves Junction 7.00 A. ax. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 3:00 r. St. ; arrives at the 'Junction
8:00 p. at.
Fr.-lj.bt Trains le ve Memphis for Pacahsatas DAILY
at 7 a.m. Doors dose at 4 P. St.
Through Tickets only, on tle above Routes, can be ob
tained at the Commercial Hotel, well as inform Hen
connected with the Road.
Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before es
terlng tbe cars, and save payaeat of extra fare.
Baggage check i-d to all statfens on the RaDrsad, and
no Bazgage wHl be received without being cheeked.
Each pusengtr will be allowed seventy-flve poands of
baggage by Railroad, and sixty posass by Stage; hat ns
article will be carried aa baggage that is nat incident to
tbe person of the passenger. In cae of loss the Cem-
pany will hold themseivea responsible for an amount not
exceeding $100. m
Negroes, when traveling alone, must have a perSit, na
ming the point to which they are to go. aad specifying
that they are to travel by railroad, or they win not be
p21 Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Washington, Neii
York, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Lino for the East!
Baltimore and Ohio
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore (37s
m j 5,) and to Washington, (400 miles ) aad preseut t
the fullest advantages both as a freight and itassen ei
line. It runs through wild and romantic fkjoiis of th,
Alleghenies ; and being solidly constructed, completely
equipped and carefully managed, is oneuf the moot at
tractive and safest Railroads in the United States. The
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and ZaaesviUe t
Wheeling, unites this read with all portions of tbe West
Tbe only Thbouob Tickets raon Memphis,
Louisville and St. Lodis te tbe National Me
tropolis, are sold by this road, which ran. direct t
Washington without the delay of passing through Balti
more. It is alM the only line by which btigsage can be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
J3By the mail rocte from Memphis, take theaali
steamers, running daily for Loui.viUe, censectiag there
with mail steamers or JtSerseevUie Railroad far Cincin
nati, when they arrive so as to connect with the cars ol
Little Miami Railroad for Cotambas, RMMttetsg tarn
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark aadZaaes
ville, to Wheeling. By the express trata ef this ruatv,
the time from Ciacnati to Baltimore and to WashingtoB
is less than 27 hours.
tJ-JJc sura to ask for tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
S3Passengers from Memphis gains East throsgh St
Louis, can buy Through Tickets by tbe Baltimore aad Obi.
RaHroad. This route lays through Vincennes, Terra Haste,
Indianapolis, etc, to Wheeling, over the new Ohio and
Mississippi and connnecting Roads. TheMi aaascctisBS
are all direct, and the time from St. Louis to Balttmurt
cr Washington is but about 43 hours. Thru ugh Ticket
by this route may be had of the Agent, BBdrx the Poin
ter's Uous, at the following rates : Fru St. 1obs to
Baltimore $25; to Washington $26.
At Wheeling the passenger takes th superior cars oi
the Baltimore and Ohi. Railroad, which leave three timet
daily for Baltimore, Washington, PhUadeiphia and New
York. Through In 16 or 17 hoars, eluding steppage,.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of the cosa try, ir
gent-i. iviiifort, this read is second to none in the Caton.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largev
equipment of any Railroad in tbe United Stales, and is
prepared to do an Immense business in traa.portatwo.
The road makes immediate connection at the wham, ana
in the streets ot Baltimore with the Railroad to PhUadrl
phia and New York, steamers or Ericsson and Balti
more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to New
York, and by n.w Merchants' and Miners' Line to BdUun,
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savann, fcc. For
particulars, see freight tariff, copies ef which may be had
of the Forwarding Haas es In the West, or ' J. B. Peat,
Receiving and Forwarding Agent at Wheeling.
WM. S. WOODSIDE,
Master of TraasportatloB, Baltimore
A. T LAVALLBTTE,
Jan25-ly Agent, 51 Front bow, II -moats.
ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND
To the North and East!
Through In Three Days and a Half to
l -ffMiaP "ifiri'ir
JR .1 1 JL J2 O ! JI
From Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Houri,
Without Break of Uuage or Change of Cart cr
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit. Niagara Fall?,
Rochester, Albany, New York, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to New York. Time from Cairo to New
York, forty-nine hoars. -Fare aa low, and comfort 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 and
Ohio, to the East and North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, fer Cleveland, Duakirk, and the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers fer Racine, Mdwaakee,
Sheboygan, fcc, and with a splendid Line of First Class
Steamers for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Superior, CoHiaz
wood, Toronto, fcc.
ralns leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening a, fol
6:05 a. tt., Chicago and Dunleith Express, Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New Tork Central Railroads, through In thlrty-oae hours.
This Train also connects at S doval with Ohio and
Mississippi RaUroad for St. Louis and Viacenns; at
Pan a, with Trains f the Terra Haute, Alton aad St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisville aud CinriB
nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena
DuUelth; the latter connecting with Trains to opring
Seld. Naples, Rock Island. Burlington and Qulncy.
6:10 r. St., New Tort Express. Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, except on Sims'.
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur u
Dunleith, and arriving at Chicago at Z p. M.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, win Cad at Dcc-
leltb, steamers ot the Dunleith and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on tbe arrival or either Cairo
Tram for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, fcc Passenger
for Jane, ville and Central and Eastern Wljcor,.tn, con
nect at Freeport with Trains to Bdelt and Janes viSr. ani
frcm thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
Tbe Maps and Charts indicating the Great Central
Route to tbe North and East are an exact transcript ot
Cotton's Map of the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as well as the rumln;
time cards of the connectlns Roads, and iudce for them
selves as to thecorrectness of tbe above statements. The.
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, ana thus forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
mi.- uj?riii39iiipi, acunu to tne pieasare traveler,
a. weUas the business man. attractions aad facilities
for reaching the North and East, which surpass tboteot
any other route whatever. The acceainodatlens fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of tbe trav
eling public, the permanency of the road and structure,
the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves to those who d;slre In traveling roif,
comfort and tafety.
licAtiib uuuu jtuk UiK ik, with the privilege
of laying ever at any point, can be bad at Memphis.
Cairo, and at the principal Railioad Offices on the line.
A. T. LAVALLBTTE, Agent,
Inn4-!r Memphis. Tenn.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
-On SACKS for sale by
13U B. MERRILL.
oct28 No. Monroe street.
Bagincr, Bale Rope and Twine,
COfiisTANTLT on band and fer sale by
oetS Monroe' street.
NEW. li.ht. elegant ond cheap Patent SPRING
I J.TTRES3, for sale by
E. M. GB0SVEN0R.
A SUPERIOR assortment of Planes ana MeieOos.
Jast received by
septS-lf H. M. GEOSVENOR.
i TBTT raarv,d, 190,000 Clzars, ranging Is price from
f . BT. H. rtrtTER
I avm Main-strtlddnrNerth Won starrer.
S OOK TO YOUR INTEREST !
TUUOlGii TICKETS TO GRENADA.
Fare lcducci to G 50,
Dlemphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING le miles south of Hairy Springs, havtoz
n.y sixty six miles ot Staging th. cheapest, aioat
p -asani. and quickest rente by flora fear t ten heir,.
On this 'oute the staging is bat ea aslle farther than
oa :V Panofa rante, a'tboagh the latter Is represented tc
be but Cny-two miles staging aad flrteea hea. s through.
Te true d stance over t e Paaota route ts sixty. fly
In a fw weeks the Mississippi Central B a Bread wM N
ex ended to- the Tallahatchie rlvar, still sberttotag th
ttaziag seven miles less Traveler win Inek to toea
am. fort and pocket. A word to the wise l aufflelent.
S3- For Tickets or Information appb to SIMS fc CO. a
Ag-nts at tbe Railroad, Stags and Omnibus Ticket Of
flee. Commercial Hotel. fets24-dL
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN
OPEN from Junction with Memphis and Charles Sen
Rallrctu Black's Station, fear and eae-half cMs-s
North of RoIlTrar .rut twfitv.lv. .. c-i. - -
, - "i . iMU.ll uva
leaves BrfltvarDMLY (Ssadays excepted) at :10;
Arrives at Janeti .t R-v
Cannectrag whh 7 am. Train int. Memphis.
RetarniMf. 1itmJ4 .tin . u ,
n X,uJTria frm Memphla, arriviaz at W'i Stalloc
Coache. ftr Jacks aad Naahnile via. Huattagtoa, al
with NarwonPa Ita.rv.i4 v.
via Uxlngton, CHftoa, Wayaesh.ro, Mt Pleasant, to
. ijpiutt niii ay ise Teanessee aad Ala
bama Railroad Also, with B. S. Smith', Itee ef As
cemmodau r. Hacka.
are. Black's Station da Uv fSandar. n ii .
P M , Cntinectiazat Gra 1 JnMI.it xu, 7.m tii
arriving at Memphis at 7:45 p. m.
Ret-rnini. Ieares Grand Junction a arrival of Acaua.
Pa.seDzerforanyf he above named petets brthla
route wi.1 have less Staging than ayaayeth-r.
. . P. AE8LT, Sapt.
ON and after Manda; , January 12th. 1857 THSnrrw
MAIL TRAIN- vilt lv. ,.. '..JM?WBa
rxc p ed.) at 7:30 A m., arriving ,1 Como a 1 19
Mempbl at i , m. 31 ' at
This Train connects at Como with J P MoAlexand a
Co.' diitrUnair n... r. .. - "Kxaaaer ft
andGr nada St.Jing re-W Tteev
phis ih Greaa a-throagh ia 16 ItourT Tt.r..
other'. ' Cia"c' Jlclsoa Tkxrz tV
The FKXtr.RTTRlIV UT ,v j.,
except, d , pi. kTfSr ,5'
to Omo. II w be expected that cmwtasesa ZmV
.r awemeaw made to reeei I heir seeds at thVat.,
oa arrival, as th Cam, any have only temp,
m. n, . fur tiim-r.r. . 1 . ,"rr '"7 arrante-
Ubieforthelos or damage to the' saa, tSt a"
Pa.J'lF. ow HA-te ai"uW.
.u -ii Miiaoj aa toe Railraad , n.1 .
im77.ii.siu i r.i...t .'TT and a
' " ii uvai near fSMtM t,
paeager will t- allowed M0 W)lo( 6a6l
mad aad fin untwli . "S.tjsi
when traveling ahuw, mast have a ne, it
nammg the p.int to whkh they are t aadsoS,Tn
that Ujeyu travel by luI TAVl'
From Memphis to Jackson, 83 50
From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50.
Yia Jachson, TYayuesoro and-
fl BruTBT" with the Memphi,
j dOh Railrr-ad and at Thops,n wHh thTTeT
ri 3bimi Thi iHtte claV, treat
toMri Teanee, and travelers are assured t?
pains orj expense will be Pa-eJ to reader th.mr.rU
Ht. The ouaehes hvrses and drivers are superr7
Oar liae ceects at Jackson wrthj W. NoVwood
Co. '3 line of four horse post coaches to NavJ7
J"1'16 NORwnrtn n.e
, a ua, ra.
N. B. FOREST.
OEALiEU ll SIaAYES,
No. S7 Adams-st, Memphis, Ten
. HAS just received ffvm .Vjfth Carolina.
y Ave likely joaag aegroes. te wWcThef
desires to call the attention of pureserr. S?
jHtKewiUMln the regular receipt of nft.
from North and Soath Carolina everV ath vt
gro Depot is one of he meat completo aad comSte
etabli,hmenUof tbe kind is the Southern ceuT7?2
his regaUlio exact and sytt-aaUc, cleaaHaers nAt"
a-s.ndco ftrt be-g- rtrlctly o-.erved d'r0
His aim is to furnish to custoirers Al seVvtj Ta
fl-fci hands. K and ef.-. i vl. . ."T.iB."- V0
r ..v. IJ " "J .nm .e
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
McMi.nsville, Tess , JaaaaiT IS. lflT
SEALED PK.lP.lSAt.SwU. be rec4ateMlaL
until March Hhh, 1S57 for theGrtaV Mi
. j v. .us tKmiawr stern itaaad.
comm.-BCioK -t McVinnvUle. tte Southern termiMlurJ
ooaaties to Uviazstoa, ia OrtrUn county
The character of the werfc i heavy, eemurlsing a lirrv
.-, reci4i ara leOS or hetdea
majonry and twelve hundred Haeal fret or 5,m, .
MeCullum's Bridging. ntH' 00
Proposal, for the above work may be made by section. ,
. . ' .j, j fcutj .jntr sixty awes in-
elndtsztrnn traetl.Tlfur .1 k.,. 1 T .
, - - - - a r.- wuiiuui.a, ana an Ihe
equlpmeit necessary fr operating tie road when cc.
Plans, rains, prcflles and spedacatiens may be seen
aad all oth. r lnfermatoen obtained at the Esrteeer-J
brrf,"ffmest,6e fneer's of3ce of the McAD.
and Ohio Railroad, Jackson, Tenn. Mw
,..., R0BT. STERLING,
feh3-dtll0mar Kagiaeer te eharg -
JUST received at our new stand. No 221 Main street.
I'1 WINSTQA-, CHURCHILL CO
M. C. GAYOE & SON.
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 25 Madison Street,
PARTICULAR attention will be given to aK sales la
city or country, of Negroes. Rral Estate, Men hau
oise. Furniture. Land Scrip, Stock, fcc All kinds Rent
ing and Leasing Property, etc Storage aad Osauxa
nwats solicited from all sect! ns
ui i ii.Kiui ftcuruinigBHDu r.r tae very
liberal patr -naze heretofore received, we bow aMzrata
K.I.T.C hmBVlt.t.fmiWl nn msVIb.. ' I
-- .-..u.v ' svw aurper
. vi um6me k yuj nm
thiak with twenty years experience in be trade, tfe-la.
e ven la Memphis, we oeht to be g-ad.ates, aad ft
wu . - c i.v, aa wa uuac we nave ucae
zene a) sat'sf actlen
REFEItESCES-A. O Ha rrl,fcCo..R A. Parker, 3. U
I nb X Co , W. Howard. II. f. Farn.warth fc Oo ,
m.hertv fc Rt. T R TTIrtl.n.1 Xt f nt.bt .J. k
UI.1WB, r.i-, a . it. lupp. vr sam. tinoerl
pais; Hawwin starr. js. x D atsen &
It A. V. I1...!...!! rp. rm T, . ... -
v. vw vv. v. ..uuu , iis i ivma. jarq,, o. t aa.
dy. Loots vib; Hessr. Dancan, RawMRgs. B P. Shirt
S. ( le.:
P. SMet. .
a iiMi-. u. n kuwu, itrtr tneaas ; A.M
Life-SIze, in Oil Colors.
IPcTXa F Jl JCJE
HAS opeaed his STUDIO in Clark's Marble Bultll X,
where he will be pleased to see the that wish ta
employ his pencil.
XjT Portraits also ralnted from Dagaernotyprs hi
TAKEN up at my house, one BAY HORSZ.
-ierth.Dd foot white. Had so new saddle
-bridle. Inquire of K. J. B. L. WINN.
Janl7 tf No. 231 Maia-st.
Clerk's Sale of Slare.
John B. Peras, Cyntha Per-")
sons, and Mary Persons, mi
ners, heirs of Amos Per- j
Ex-parte cetitlaa to i
sana. deceased, by their i
next friend and Guardian, I
Siarky Rddlt. J
PURSUANT to a decree ef the Clreait Court of Sbeity
county. Is this cause rendered an the 31st .a. cf
January 'ait. I will in f roat of th-efflee of Jeslah Hi
Kq , in the city of Mem bis, on FRIDAY, the 20th iay
of Marco next, seH at pabtic auction the faHewtnt
smsea stave, viz: AtUEKaox, aged about sevaut ax
years. Terms cash.
M. D L. STEWART Oik and Master.
Jons nALLDM. Sol for Peimeners fec24w3t
Clerk's Sale of Slaves-
Wm. Manninif and Wife, Ma J
Ehbeth, Thos. Saunders,
John Saunders Aaron3.cn-
ders. Tennessee Saunders,
Ex-parte Petition" tc
James B. Saunders, m nors, sell Slaves for divlsktu.
by their next friend, Jean I
PURSUANT to a decree of the Circuit Cturt of Si; rty
county. In this cause rendered on the list daf ex
January last. I wm la front of the CeurtJIouse doo. Ii
tbe town nc uaun on SATURDAY, the, sist day ef
Hsrch nxt, sell to the highest bidder, the following de
scribed slaves, to-wlt : .
FLLIS, aged about 23 years, and her chBdreu.
, JULIA. " " 5
, JOE " " 5 '
TERJIS One-half cash, antJi'lhe rejldtfl r wtin
mantbs credit from da, ef site; -with bowl and iot i ss
tatH. nda Hen letalnedrn the slaves until the letr
rrd'naf mtn t Is made-.
vn t. srrwitiT rT.-v . ut..
h J.Tiffc, . nAnsu, Sol's fvr Ptt'r-; ftMTrnli.