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- THE5- MEMPHirI)AlLfi
1BY M'CLANAEAN, HUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 4. 1857.
VOL. VII. NO. 29,9.
BU8HBD DAILY. TR1-WB KKLY AND WBKKLT, VY
JW. K- M'CLANAHAN, LEONIDAS TROTJSDALK,
WM. M. HTITTON, BENJAMIN F. BILL,
DKBEH THE STTLE AKD FIRM r
sPCLANAHAN, HUTTOH & CO.,
"to whom all Letters or Busisess, or other
WISE, StOLD BE ADDRESSED.
PRICE OF SEBSCRirTION.
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Tri-Wwtry, " " " 09
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EJ-Th Weekly paper "HI 1 furaw'-ed te CTaaef Tea
aad iifci Tsrenty. at $4 68 each ; to Clobs of 1 wenty
sad Hpwards, at $2 each payable iavaeishiy la ady ance,
and even CM to be made bp at oar oOee.
t3 An oM saacerftet aad a new one wB be taken te
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13- la B ease will tbe paper be sent to Bew sabscri
betcaateie the order far the mm is attended with the
S3- All Ball? satecrtpMoas will be uni t re aae aad
paaata h f-rsariy ie advancr
TheforofioiBSterBM Ul be strictly aad rBT
.'DAlXV RATES FOR ADVERTISING.
A4epied ty the Appeal and Kafte and Enquirer.
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S3 AH aayetlo-aacata reo,airrd to be kept on moad
paat, CHAH4EI) jtt new EACH bat aod oa tatrd page,
aa aovasre over taMd rate .
S3- AdmrtMaaea dir-cied to be l-pl3j-d, or set in
tarae -ype. eaaaaed ROUBLE ratn.
S3- Yearly aiv-vtl-ers wi 1 br charged rxtra for occa
pna apace over coatract, aad when la ROE TvrE hi re-
-tired to be aeed, or the adeertlMtceat kept oa tacidv of
13- Toarli aaverthers will be cbar extra at refaUr
rte 10 Vm . B-b a. Heaaorate Oapartaonhip Xo
thw fcOaailiam 11. &c
S3 TtAVIEJrr ABTERTISiaS MUST BE PAID FOR
S3- K adieitlwaaent wm appear la the 'Weelly paper
aalea br apoe ol coatract.
S3- AdmCM-amU to be laoerted ia the Weekly paper
aaty. or at inogaiar isterrala la either ot the papers, will
be abused $t per aaare for eeery Inowtloa.
S3 Aaatoaactaccaattdaaea for State, Ooaatyc 1X9
rudpal Oaora, $5 each, to be paM ia advance ia every j
S3-AB aaVeriieeaMBt; for Charitalhe IbMUbUob.,
Ftre Caaapaatae, Ward. Towm, aad other Pohlie Meetiags,
to V eharped half price
CS 3iarriacr aad Death art pabHahed as sew ; bat
OaHaari a Triaate- of Kepect and Faaeral iBvttatloas
a oh-r Xi UaeaaeaU
13- AM Losal aad Traacieat Adrerttteateats will be
vraed hv the bvertioB.
S3 Bditartal Xotlcee ta Local Colaaw wm be charged
S3- X didatMaa or TartaWoa wtB be aude from the
StoOLAKAHAJ. . HCTIOK &. 00
t,. O. RIVES,
ATTOKXET AX OOONSHLOtt AT LKVT, Meapfats,
naaa OaK la th- Post Oarer BafMiag.
Allhaaae-eBtrastedtobis care wfl: rreeive prompt
aad fattatfal aMeatioe. CillectioBS p-onrpry mad ia tbe
inadinc nainrlriT nf West TeaneoM, 3d tenia cippl and
J 11 aswly
J. A. AXOERSOX.
ATKMtXKT AT LAW. Memphis, Teas. Office in
Walker's Building, over iiafl"ld's Vrsz Store,
data street- taalO-Iy
DR SAMOEL G1LBBR.T. Sr . has retained to his old
aoaneotead sear llemphii. and reopesrd his ln&rm
Brr oad win rotaain p-rm nentiy. He treats the f eitow
Bg Chrooic Draeases : Cancers. Scroflala, Whi e SweQinc,
Taai m aad W as withoat garpteal upTatraas. lie alsc
treats aU Chronic Female di-eaae. S re ef tone atandiac.
Teer. Trhnamatiiim. Syphilis, aad aJ foras of MercarUI
lr 6. deeaas it BBaeeeeaary tosay more. ahehasliv
Bg wrtae-s of his saecees from Matae to Oregae.
BEXJA3IIX HOWCOTT, Dentist.
HAYIXG prepared rayseK well to practice
Dentlottyie Hempbis I respectfally solicit
the patroaage of all who may need ray ter-
.lex ia tbe'Deatal liv. and Mad myself to
pfrform aU oerratfaas on the Teeth, aad insert ArtlacUl
Seth in the most approved style as well as it can be
done ia tbi- or aay other coaatry .
Odhee oa Main street, opposite Worsham Hoase.
a w AREE. .. M- ACREE.
G. TF. & H. M. ACREE,
BKXTISTS. orace a ana oiou, win
straet, between MaS) and Front Row,
AU Jwatai uperaMwo "
the least posefble pain. Diseases of the Alveolar rrocew
IS sti To the rt stillfal manner Fall or
partial Sets ot Teeth set oa Gatta Pereha or Gold, with
the iates isprovrnwats, aad guarantied.
DR. WM. HEWITT
WILL pr.ct.oe meoicu. on the principle that there Is
aood in all systems, and none all soScteat Offlce
oaJeaSWstrt, ia the Post Offloe Bonding, second
Tt'ZZL ,S7; Office. Residence on tbe corner of
Roraaada aad XUiott streets.
fbd. J B Stanton. X. Adams Esq., Haywood ceonty.
Ker P B Bland, Dr. J B Madrn, Favette ooanty.
Ktierrlle.B..F P Maclra. Esa. .Tiptoa eoaaty.
J. L. wew, J. . Anr,
JAMES M. MURPHY,
3-oxaox-.nl Tianca -A-SOXit.
ILL atsead peraally to ttelorattas: Swamp Lapd
aerte ad WarranU la the JackBport aad Helena
D hill tali. cetUas Land aad paying Taxs.
R enhaa.emBBis,TenB,: A- o. bkj. '"1
K. C Brlatlej-,
F. Lane sr 0a ,
X. P. Oaaladae.
v.l T Man. Miss.;
j. Hsttas & Co., N. O.;
J. A. Koaseeas, LaGrange,
W f Butts, Laaiinoorffle,
Myrtle k. llooie, "
ABen Park, "
C. W. Board, Jaakeoapori,
T WHITE, M. D.
vd to Mem
I - " wrvices to the cHiVD
Patrick and St. Martin. taB "
R. F. LOONEY,
AT LAW. nVae .ver C.
W. Cherry h
R. C BROWN, ,
l tkhxrt AT LAW, Marioav Ark., practices lo
A ,uyi. VteiMlnvi. Green, Raaopn
Lawrenee, liMtrax-adaic Jacawn. roaw
and Mto.ro Qaaaties. ia Arkansas
J. wrfEEtMSIAM A BEECHER.
WICH.ERSHAM & BEECHBB,
. rvoavm T LAW Memphi", Teneasee. Office,
i. Xo M J tt-rm-n tf-e
SMITH P. BANRHEAD,
UBRNIir AT LAW, Mesaphbi, Tma. Oshce In the
A S On Koek. over Aydrett i Co.. thhd story.
Dr. R. L. LAStil,
, .nd Di rctor of s-eral IloprUr"
1 j In" Irai .-f of dirit Medical Societies
ia New Task has located in the cty o- "'"i'
rers hiseervsces to the paMie a. PhyKian Aeeoacber,
a aa a, m 0 s-ffOtT
aTLT-i WaAincton street, between Mala and
. j -rtaa
IV w WHEATLET..M. A HIBOS
niniinriitnn. Wheat lev & Higss
A TWJRKBTS AT LAW Of on tbe corner of SeeoBf!
L . .... . . r "Adti AS! I mi T
XX. ana ustn etreew, ' " -
w w . . fnr
TTORXTBT AT LAW. Offioe Is the Pst Office B-
. Haskell & searcy.
ATTORXBT AT LAW Memphis Ivoesa. Wm. T
Bak and Robert 8 arey have atoeMed them.
srtssis-lheria tbe practice of Law. 0e
Wafaer nlaok. atnK-alm
A TTO&XBT AT LAW. Oevtsgtoe, Tenn. All "c
XX am I an i il io bis caro wm iri .
mnnvTrr iri.iir MeiBBhis. Team.. wiH practice
f m atl'tbe Courts of Memphis and the "Western Dal
r3" Odaat south of Court Squire, adjotkiag that of the
W-OTtTf-flT H. OSHOHNE
T" 71 LI, practice Law in tbe Ooarto of IlarderaaP Fy
yV etha, atpton and Shelby, also in M'KiliJ and Har
.: i- ti sanrene Onr. t Jackson. Al'
hailrrr- eatrnsted te him "f receive pi Jrapt and f atth-
al attanlson H' mot is in las tmancery uiera-B oiaor.
goUvo BWaeman count y. Tenn nor2l
.TOHX P. FARRELLY,
ATTORXET AND COCNSBLLOB. AT LAW, Mem pais,
fana. Ontsx corner at Main and Joaersoa streets
. t - v fls 's.
Ualsr ta How. Henry Pirtte, W. F. Bafsssk sHi Messrs.
A, L. Satw & Sea. LoaUvsne, Zy.; Hon. James Prysr,
Dili lasntini Hy.; MeGregor, ABeway & 0v., and Mares
roonwooi. New Orleans; B. M. Apperson u Co., Mem
J. C, JACOB! & CO.
(Ns. 338 Main, pot. Union and Gayoso-ste..)
Importers and TUanufactnrcrs ol
HAVAITA & DOMESTIC
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
I "'tONSTANTLY oahand a large assortment of the me
, v favorite tnuos, a'- w cran tnw-
J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL
G O C JB M S ,
A2TD DEALERS IS ALL SISDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE
Southeast Corner of Main nnd Union Sti.,
HAYB always on hand a weB and carefully selected
steek of xrtkr in tbelr 11N wan taey will sell at
tbe lowest carreat prMec.
J3-. Oroen promptly ailed with dltpaUo.
AKD DEALER IS
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry,
CORKER OF HA I.N" AND ADAilS-STS.,
TaCES this method of Informing his friend,
aad tt cudHc seaerallr. that be baa moved from
his old Hand to the corner of Main and Adam
streets, where be will take pleasure in exbiMlint
a new and choice lt ot JEvvKLKi t to taote wee may
favor him wttb a call, aad wiU.be pleased to execute al.
orders for repairs In his liae. He hopes, by Honesty, in
tecrfty, and his efforts to please, to gain the coafldeap
and liberal patronage of aU who may tad Hoavesiejit t
visit his eatabKehBKBt.
S3- All orders for Tepalriag In every branch 0 ray bn
tineas prompt ly attended to. aaaSI-ly
ANDEE, Mil & CO.,
arjtxixairy 1st, 18G7.
IX oflering onr card to the public we tender our ac
tnowledgmeats, for th very liberal patroaage itrDd
ed na daring the past year, and promise for the fai r- to
rami b oar castomers the LAWiKaT, uHKAFUbr ana
BEST SBLECTED STOTC 00 aruma in tbe Southern
Oar Sesior partner will be eetantly in tbe Rasters
market and will keep as fully aappuea with every dsira
Ur style of
Staple- end Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Atents for orr of th best brands ot DO
MESTICS. oSXABCTKGS, &c, which wc ofler at Factory
CAiVDEE, MIX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS 4V SHOE ',
SI J. J? 5,
MILLINERY GOODS, &C ,
225 M AIK-ST . U KMPniS. TENT
J. B. SH-AEPE,
He. 36 Me4Un-tt. . ieticern Front Rois and Main,
WOULD reorjedfnlly inform the merchants ef Hem
phis aad snrroaa ing coantry, that be has jost re
tamed fr4B the cities of TlrginU, where he estaUislioc
a permanent Agency I t the sale of all grades ef Virg n
la Tobacco, and iaWBda to ke-p constantly on ban 1 1
stock eqsat to the demand, at xsuratactarers' prices
Being roJIv able te compote with tbe Xew York. Baitl
mor. Cincinnati and Xtw Orleans markets, fee mvl'et
the sttention of ll dealers In the above article to ' l
stock Wore parchasing elsewhere.
orSI-d&w t J B. SHARPE
A. r. X'CANC r. S. WILLIAM
McCANE & WILLIAMS,
(Snccessors to TVheat c Taylor,)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas,
Al the ereuing of the Mewhii end Little Rock RaiX-
TQ&C on nraue Aisrr.
THEY keep constantly on hand Snrar, Coflee, Salt,
Plosr Molasses, aad all other articles nsnally kept
in a Grocr-rv which tbey win sll low for cash or ex
change for Hides. Pars and Peltries, or any other articles
brought to tbe market.
rr- ttani destinetl for Little Rock or the adjacent
counties shipped to Duvall's Blofls, will be forwarded
immediately as there are always wskcbi ami ihbm m
readiness to ban! to any point.
7a te- rao o ffh fh 771 9
a V MJJ r V VJl '-' JLr or m
We are now receiving and opening our
Fall ami Winter
CONSISTING of every variety 01 staple ana rancy wry
Goods asaall' kept ia this market. Saperflne Black
and Bloe Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, Cloaks. Mantillas,
Woltv Antique, Velvet Shawls, the latest style; Ladies'
DrrM Goads, of a superior Quality; Crape Shawls, a
large lot of HaateU. Negro Ooth, Brgan, Ready Made
Clothing. Boots an J Shoes, Hats, and a variety of articles,
00 numeroas to mention.
AH I ask It, -'(Tome ane, come all," and examine my
stock, befi re making your purchases. 1 boazm cn me
very best terms, and am determined that none snail un
dersell me. I shall adopt tbe Cash St'TEM. etopt te
pasctual dealers. A u uixAitt,
r O JL.tu aim,
octlS-dtwawEm OV1 Stand of Ferguson k. Xeill.
ociS-tf MEMPHIS, TESS.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and uancue
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
THE highest market prices paid for rough and rendert.
Tallow, Lard an-l Soap Grease. THiti-l-
JOHN B. BOTTO,
BOOT AND SHOE
SI AXtl F AC Tr V5 IV K IV ,
No. GG Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
'Cja an f Itniwr
American Sho- FlndUigs, Truuks, Carpet Bg and Va-
.. . 1 , 1 i 1 .Ai ce ,h,an a, ant in 1 H 1 a
market. Give bttn a call before purchasing elsewhere.
A. STKEKT & t'W.,
M INCFACTTRKRS OP ALL KINDS OF
RAILIIOAD CARS, CARTS,
Pvplar, between Main and Secoud Streets,
Walker & Brothers,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING
AND DEALERS IN
lvy Goods, Roots fc SUocs.
TJn. 7f) T'ront Bow.
WTt hive Inst received one hundred cases of
n-n,tnr vnrelv tniDttf actsrrd fertbls mar
ket, and are opening the best selected blocks of
'.it i-tirf.-f nrv Goods. Boots and Shoes, evtr
brought here, which w.Ber at tbe Inwest possible prices
beiag enabled to compete with any bobsc through th
. i, i i . r r.ci, in Philadelnhla.
We would especUlly invite the attention of cewitry
mevvduBtS. kBOWit g that W" H 8W1 WUI .UI. .
.err r ue- ilt' v
XACCARO & CO..
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Frmts, &c,
NO. 298 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS TENN
CHANDLER & CO.,
Dniggists and Apothecaries,
Main itreet, next door to Odd FeUou? HaU,
T-TT! A T.Trrr? g TTV
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
TTi?ir-tr" nn starsWt InstrTiments. Fancy Goods,
l Paints," OBs. Window Glass, PaUnt aad Botanic
MedlciBe9, tiarae aecai, auuii, iwaw v--.
13 Kvery article soWty oa -warranted as repir rented
t-v Tnr.T.TNTIKE. Hsa.. has removed his Law 0!
rt. over the Store and Commission Hoase ef Tewtke
Ueuwt 1k Co., on JeSfcrson street, between the Poet Office
md Main street. .v-.q-m
TBSTieeMved, 390 has. Sulth's superior Pittsburgh
J Ale u- n- potteb
declS Main -it, 3d door North Worsham Housv
sto, KEEPS eonsuntly on hand. BOOTS anil rrp-t
J HOES, of his own mat'- also of other I
t1 manu-actrirers. neke ps alo. leather,
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Jferckants,
dec30-daw3m NO. 9 FROXT ROW.
JAMES T. TAYLOR....... w. B. ROSS
TAYLOR & ROSS,
GENERAL C03HIISSI0N HIERCIIAXTS
No. 6 Monroe Street, Memphis
TTTILL make liberal c sh advances oa all contlgntarnts
I I 01 l'roacce or Mtrcnanaite.
Rtfertncet Henderson, Terry &. Co.. S. O. Xeison &.
Co., Xew Orleans; Speed & Strante. E. il. itrntnon i
uo., ii-mpnu. nor!4-3m
PATTEHSON, MABSHAL & C0.;
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
'o. 49 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn. '
OUR charges far eellinj- Cotton on arrival are Fifty
Cents per Bale : for storing and scllinz Seventr-Five
irou. Alt Mtum insured unless olherwua lnstractcd
. K. 3IITn...J. B. MEACHAlt... WUITEFIELP.
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants,
(ilesby - Ifant't Xexp Buildings,)
No. 18 Front Row, Memphis,
TTAYB'nowon hand a one assortmeat of Barging aiu
XX Rope of tte best brands, together with a complete
ana well selected stock of the variocs articles nsnal!
kept in oar business, to which we invite the attentlea
Agents fer the sale of "Pike's celebrated MagndU
whisky," aad Jones, Lloyd & Co. 'a Southern Uaablar
tared Nails. SMITH, ME A CHAM &. CO
HI I. La aoJa To IXA.TIE7
HILL & HAYLEY,
vettoM jf actors,
3Mo. 5S ST'x-oxi.'t Jt5.o-rjrp
OVER D. n TOWNSEXD'S,
T70R Selling. 60 cents r r bale. For Storing and Sell-
L lag 76 cents per bale. All Cotton Snipped to or
tored by as will be covered by Insurance, uclesa otnar
S3 Bagglns, Bope and Plantation SarpUes rarnUbed
. A. SMITIIWICE.
J. R. WRAT A. W. SMITH,
SMJTHWICR, WRAY & CO.,
Xo. 3 iladiton-tt. btwteen Front Row aid Maln-tt
Up Stain, MEMPHIS, TEh'A'.
STRICT attention given to Selling .and Storing Cotton
and Produce consigned to ns
X B. Orders for Bagging Rope- and Plantation Sup
plies Blld with care and d spatch. Charges for Selling
and Storing Cotton, fifty ceau per hale. ac2I6m
A. M. HOPKiN & CO.,
( Saccettort to Poaetl tf Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sep!7-ly XEW ORLEANS, LA.
WILDS TERKOK, (
C. WILLIAMS, S
Late of Panola, Miss.
J W. A. BRTAK,
M. K. BBVA.1,
Late of LaGrange, Tenn.
YERNOH, BRIM & CO.
tton Factors, Commission and
No. 6 Tront How, over Meacham k Galbrallh's,
PARTICULAIl attention pall to Storing, Shipping and
SeUiBg Cotton. Charges 60 ceats per hale.
S3" All cotton sent to us will be covered j Insurance,
unless otherwise Instructed. auiS2
. T. D. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
LARGE stock of Basglngand Hope always oa hand.
FELIX WALKER. K. C. SNIDER,
New Orleans. La. Coffeevule, Miss.
WALKER & SNIDER,
Cotton F act or s
No. 123 Canal Street,
JulylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
. M IieRTOK H. C. HORTOK,
Late norton &. Hunter. Late of MonthaUa, Miss.
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding merchants,
Xo.2SIadUon-t.,opporitc J. B. Kirtland't Office,
ittr will continue as heretofore, giving special atien
IV itnn to the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at fifty cents
per bale, and to tbe selection and purchase of any article
in m.rbet. Omce removed from No. 3 Front Row to No.
3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank angSO
-GATES A. H. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOHS, GROCBBS,
Produce and General Commission
DE 33 O 3r3C j3l. 3XT M7 Z3 ,
.Vo. 3 Union Street, between Main and J row tuns,
AFTER an activa application to bniiness, for over
eleven years, we, f-r the first time, solicit the rs
Ironage of our friends In the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of nr ability to please such as may
confide their business to our charge. Our stock cf Bag
ging, Rope and General Suppiles will not be exesaea in
the city Cash advances, or acraptanccs, will only be
made on consignments la store. Insurance oa Cotton or
other Produce, In store, will only be eflected upon actual
lnstrnctlsns, or when under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured wblle In
transit, with open policy, unless oinerwise iuaini.u ou
the face of bills lading.
To all our friends who have so UberaUy patronized as
during years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a continuance 01 ineir pairouasc.
unl3-dawly WATKa wuuu.
WARD LAW HOWARD ..WM. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW. MEMPHIS,
DEALERS in Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mc
lasws, Rice, Flour, Lard, Bacon. Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Gnano,
T.ime. lnd.Platter. and Groceries generally. A rood
stock now oa hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
53-Cash advances made on Cottons in store for sale or
shipment AH Cottons inrared unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to ns by water ; alio, the risk of Fire while in
store, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling cottons, me same as w nave .nr,;ru iur
tears past flftv rents per hale nlv2C
..J. SI. REID.
B. REII) & BRO.,
n FRONT ROW. MKMPHIS. TENN.
ALL Cotton sent to our address Insured, unless lntrnc
tios to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders rilled with care. Store and Sell cottsn at nrty
cents per bale. necj-tmyn
T P. A YD LETT.
. C. DOUGHERTY
T. P. ATDLETT & CO.,
NO. 83 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
COMMISSION KERCH ANTS,
NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
TTfTlLL make cash advances oa all Gttoa or ether Prc-
V T duoeshlpped toT. P. Aydlet & Co., New-Orleans
Holly Springs, Miss
L. C XORVELL
MASON & NORVE-LL,
Cotton Fact or ss
NO. 165 MAIN STREET
"tONSTANTLT on hand, Rilag, Rope and .Plantation
W supplies. jaijn-iy
BEEWER & CALDVELL,
GENERAL tOJMIISSION 31ERCIIANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
h. o." mWerITco.;,
Tl EPKR to J.T Soatter, Tm., President Bank of th
At Republic, New Tork ; J. K. Sass. Esq. Presldea
Bank" of Charleston, S. CI Messrs. John Fraier fc Co.
J. W. Caldwell, Esq., Charleston, S 0.; Col. Wm M
Church well, President Bank of East Tennessee, Knoi
vllle; I. B. KIKTLAXO, csrr., ana Jtessrs. ri,iv
CASn, Memphis, Tenn. sepff-tm
C MASON 0
Holly Spriugs, Mils.
. c. noexc......
MASON, BOONE Ai NORVJELL,
COTTON 1 ACTORS,
Commission &, Forwarding Merchants
No. 10IMain-St., MempWu, Tenn.
T) AGGiNG, Rope, Jeans, Lliieeys, ard a general itock
1 1 of Plantation Supplies constantly on band.
CUDDY, BROWN & 00.,
38 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
"1ASH adranoes made on all Cotton or other Produce
V eonslgnea as aDove, iry au,Muni.i.
T. J. DAVIDSON...... J- B. ELLIS... ....A. c. EU1U
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS, GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and ucncral
Yo. 219 ifafn Street , Eatt tide between Jejenon and
Adams, Mestpfut, lenn.
jy OPE, Bagging and Plantation ourpues aiwsjs ou
XX, harm. juuwm ,
" J. 51. PATRICK & CO.,
NO. IS FK.ONT ROW, MEMPHIS, iMa,
tttILL give strict attention to an uouou sent us isr tiv
YV in this market, or shipment,
ivtton rnnsiznMi to ns will be Insured against the dan.
gars of River Navigation and Fire while in store, unless
otherwise Instructed, orders tor bsssius, nv
Supplies will meet our prompt attention.
No. 5 Monroe Street, let. Front How Oaki,
TlARTICULARatteniKinpaidto bale and shipment of
X Cotton and otbf r Prsloce
Bagging, Bope ana Plantation aunrnca
lowest market pricei.
eJ. Ij. terser 9
Cotton Factor fcConimission SIcrcbant,
Mo3bv & Hunt's Now BlocK,
p Stairs, Nofl7 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
WILL pay partlcr'ar attention to Oiling oroers 101
Grocenes, Blaxiut --d Rope, &c.
ORirrlNO.....,.. .... R- ORIFFINO.
J. C. GRIi ; '"G & BltO.j
M&m Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE wiUfurnHh supplies to our friends as heretofore,
and make advances on shipments to our friends in
KTox-tr Orleans S'lx-Jtxa..
S. THEOBALD. J. C. ORIFriNO..E. S THEOBALD.
Frankfort, Ky Memphis. Tenn. rranaren,
THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO.,
Cotton s-.c:i.ti re
General Commission Merchants,
NO. 71 CAMP STREET,
ul?19rdawtf I El UKfcArta u.
L. BEA8LEV A. W.LOVIHO.
BEASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Gonoral Gc i- o o o x" ,
NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MKXl'1113.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on band.
Charges fift cents per bale, ail other Produce at
uual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
mitance. All Pioduce lnsurca, umess oiuerwjf: m-
structed. JJ alwlr
E. BASIBEEIiIi & CO.,
For the Sale, Storage and Shipment of
NO. 69 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL orders for Bagging, Bale Kope, urocen, rrui i
lons and Plantation Supplies, filled carefully and
rrnrnrjtlr. at the lowe,t current rates. angl-wly
i-r.vs. . -
1 . 1V.V
STRATTON, McDAVITT & OU.,
GROCERS AND GENERAL
NO. TO FRONT ROW, Mr.MPHlS, TENN.
LL consignments insured unless otherwise instruct-
Agents for' GRISWOLD'3" ccieoratea uurxu.N
We continue to Store and Sell Cotton at F1FTT CENTS
per bale. . . , ,, ,,
On hand, a large stock of Power-loom and India Bag
..1.,,. u.-hm . .riTf and Rne. together with aheavy stock
of Grocerli-s and other Plantation Snpplies, which wt
will furnish to our customers at me lowesi mut.ci pikt.
aut.l2w6m a.. v..
WORTH of new and seasonable
CLOrniNG and FURNISHING
00001, at actual cottfer cash.
Owinr to a chance In our bnslns, wo offer at actual
cost for cash and cash only, cur entire stock of Clothing
and Furnishing Goods As the business must ne ciosea
np and to do so the stock must bo sold, persons in want
of Good in our Hoe, will find It io lhlr advantage to
.. T-ut, i-n t. Tmtvtinv
give us a can. . XT ,
iiO A 1131.. JWIDr U'r.
Janl-3m Main street,
gy Enquirer copy three months.
y ka:;sig i.i ,
......F. n. WILLIAMSON.
and Retail Di-aler In
Cbna.GJass and Earth
enware, French atd
Gi rman Vases. Silver.
Silver Plated. German
Silver and Brit ami
ware, Fine Table Cut
1S3 Main Street,
A'so Loo ing Glasses.
Looking Glass Plates,
Tea Trays, Parlor
Girondoles, ecc., &c
G. b. LOCKE,
Anctioneer and General Agent,
BEAT. ESTATE BROKER,
S3 MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS HALL,
T)ARTICULAR attentloa to sales of City or Country
X Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every description,
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Rentlsg and
Leasing rroperty, Uc.
Storagn and Consignments solicited.
Having engaged the services ot Mr. J. M. Caldwell,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, late of Huntsvllle, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
sales of ever description. Liberal Cash Advances
MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Jj-Storage and consignments solicited.
P. S- I am Agent for Tbe Adams Express Company,
Profitable and Honorable Employment
FOR THE WINTER.
TJERSONS in town or country in search of empkymrnt
X esasonrceor income, o to nil up their leisure hours,
may hear of each by enclotlug two stamps, to par post
age, to Professor J IMES T. 1I0RNE. Box No. 4,551 New
York rot office. The employment la fltted to either sex
station la life immateriil." It is aa article of daily
consumption, and can be manufactured lc any person's
dwelling; secured by copyright ; sales as perTane'ntas
Hour. An agent is wanted in every town in the union
&i tV fhave the honor to inform the puo
XAC5S' lie thil thev hare r-nrned thel.
BAR-BiiOJI n Adams street, opposite Worsham House,
as a LAGKR USER SALOON, in which tbey will com-m-nee
on MonJay the 2d of February. t give a splendid
i.u-wi, twnn a pass of Lagt-r Beer i at the low rated
FIFTEEN cents, Good SOCP will be tervrd np at each
L.uncu. i.uncn at bail-past ten o'clock A. M. every da
Jan3l-dtm J. SCHWOOB & S. nERRMAN
Corner of Main and Adams street.
rpniS nouse is situated in the centre of business, an
J is ROW finished and in complete order. The Proprietor
pledgea.feltr.selx it shall not bo surpassed by any House In
BelDE grateful for the verv liberal natrsnage bestewe
on mm ior ine last two years, he hopes by a street alter
tioa t business to merit a cont inuacco of the same
Q"-tf j, j. WORSHAM, Proprietor
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON ST3
rp HIS establithment has Inst undertone thoroncb re
JL pairs In every denartment- Rooms newlv eaiaed
ana papered ; Deooing thoroughlr renovated; there Is no
even a mattress mat ts not new or equal to new; carpet
mostly new, &c. In one word tbe home Is now in de
cidedly better oner than It has ever been sines It was
built. Terr grateful for the liberal patronage to tf
House since I have occupied It. and having rsnewrd two
leases, one on the House, the other upon my age, I hope
io oe as:o 10 give more attention than heretofore I re
determined to make my guests comfortable.
oc7-tr d. COCKRELL, Proprietor
ConTer Main antl Jackson-fcts.,
It. BROWNSVILLE, TENN.
THIS' w31k"hewTi net etTMvlngtbinsed hands,
and been thoroughly repaired, and provided with
new r Brnithre. is aow open for the aoootnmoai,
tinnof Boarder, and Travelers.
Th' public may rest assur d that every exertion will
be made on the part of tbe Proprietor to render this
House econd to none ta West Tennessee. Havine active
and attentive n rvants, and a table always f arakhed with
the beet the country affords, he confMenlly relies upon
giving entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with
their patronage WM. K. BENNETT,
J3" Enquirer copy.
WOiTsiTAM liOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALBR IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie Wor
KEEP3 constantly on hand a large assortment 0f Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their wn Juice. Jellies.
Preserves. Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, rtckres, uorutais, syraps, one wines. Branaies. all
kinds Nuts &c
r 2 rj" P" , In connection with this estab
M7 ?5 1 Psff svlisbmentlbavefittedBpanOyster
I fS wSiloon, and willrtcelve FRESH
novl611y S P. BRICnETTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BRO..
207 MAIN STREET,
J'EEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIN
A. and FANCT CMNDIES CAKK5, Fruits. Preserves,
ete , wholesale and retail. We arelso prepared to far
nish parties at tbe shortest notice.
IN connection with this we
keep open our LADIES' and
.GENTLEMJSNS' OTSTER SA
LOON from 9 o'clock a.m.. to 12
iVleck p at., and are reiving dnring tbe whole season.
FRESH OTSTERS by every st-!am r. We solicit a share
of th inbllc patronage. nov2-d6m
W. ALEXANDER R. J. LANSING.
ALEXANDER & LANSING,
N03. C3 AND 65 LOCUST STREET,
Saint Xiouis, IVTo.
3. Mnrphy, MerapUsi C X k. Co., Memphis;
Barnett & Walker " Todd & Goyer, "
CharltsPo'tei, " fs6-6m
JAMES LOW & CO.,
41S Main Street, Louisville. Ky..
A RE now receiving their Stock of Dry Goods for the
rAcomlng Spring Sales, to which tbey invite the atten
tion of dealers. Their purchases of American domestl-
goads bave been made under tbe most favorable circum
stances, for ca-b, befere tbe advance, which will ena
ble them to offrr inducement. I the purchase ot these
goods net to be surpacsed by any dry goods concern ir
tbe United States.
We flatter ourselves to be 'able to sen Domestic Good!
fully asluwas tbey can, at present, be purchas-d irom
th Dry Goods Commission Houses la tbe Eastern mar
kels. We will have on hand .of our own direct Imports
tlon from Europe, a large and well-selected stock ot Jac
onets. Swis Mulls, Nainsook, Mu tins, Cambric. Linen,
ttambric, Handkerchiefs. Hosiery, Gloves, Encliib Black
Blaik and White, aad Black and Gray Prints, French
Plat" Prints. English 4-lths, Purple and Cbeolat- Print".
tos ther with a full assortment of Goods suitable for
m.n's wear Examine our stock before maklngyourpur
cbases, and you will find that we have made no state
ments that we aro not fully able to make goodi teb7-d2a
BRADY & DATIES.
GENERAL ( 03DIISSI0N MERCHiNTS,
Main street, Louisville, 14. y.,
" TANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope.Bag-
AVA ging, Jeans, Lmseys,
O. SMITIT....B. F. GUTHRIE.. .. GEO. J. ROWLAND.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AGENTS FOR TnE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 584 Main Street, between Second and Third,
jaM3-ly LOUISVILLE, KY.
J. 31. McFADDHV & CO.,
(LATE TRIPLE TT, M'rADDIN tt CO.,)
No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, nemp, Provisions, Flour,
Grain, &c, solicited and promptly executed.
HARTEV R. B. HARVEY.
C. M. H 4RVEY &. CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NHW ORLEANS.
' OUR personal attention
v will D3 Riven to ine oaie or
Ivjv Forwarding of Goods or,
Lf"Froduee consigned to our
address We will contract Frvlght on the
above I.r re-chlpment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience in our market
In the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
Refer to cook as i;o.. j. u. Mitmng uro , apeeu
ti strange, nannah it Shanks. decI2-ly
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK FRINTINfi PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS 01? Alili KINDS,
47T Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
n. FITZGERALD. ..CHAS. C. BILI...J. WOODWORTn
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Successors to Park, Simpson Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dcalcrs3
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 82 Front Sow, Momphis,
Clerk's Sale of Real Estate.
William V. Anderson, J Ex.Parte Petition to sell Real
Aom'rotTnos s.aimp- Eitaie.
on. dee'd. and others In Clrcnlt Court of Shelby Co,
PURSUANT to a Decree of tbe Circuit Court of Shelby
County, rendered on the 221 day of January, IS57. In
tbe abate cause, I will, oh the first MONDAT, being Ihe
2d day of March n-.it, in front of the Court nuse door In
Raleigh, Tennessee, proceed Io sell -to the highest bidder.
at puniic auction,
2065 ACRES 0FLAND,
lvlng la tbe llth Surveyor's District of Shelby County,
la Range C, Sections 1 and.2, on the- south side cf Wolf
river, btingtbe same Land of whku'Thomas S. Simpson,
dec d. seized and possessed.
Terms One- half cash ; the residue on a credit of six
months, with bond and security tor tbe deferred payment,
M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk.
Wm. K. Postok, Att'y for Petitioners.
DR. THOS. KELLER,
T ATE ol Tuscumbia Alabama, has located permanent
ly iy in Memph!:, i.a oaers his services to ine pnnuc
In all the branches ol his profession He has taken the
offlce heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
and Union streets. Having recently made a careful aad
general selection of Surgical Instrnm- ats, he Is prepared
for all the operations of Surgery. Residence on Shelby
.treel, between II Jlng and T relevant streets.
D M. DUROSE,
A TTORNET AT ".A'rf", Memphis, Tenn. Offlce on east
A side of Main street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to F. Titus. MeEwen, Harris tt McNeill. J. D.
TUllams, W. B. Miller ami Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
Moon, Titus K Co., xtewurieans. janit-tf
Dlar.lafton Sujplus, k.
S. B. WILLlAilISON,
(Succcsso to WiBiaason f Hancock,)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES
Havana Cigars &c.
AO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Dav.
UfiO kegs A'o. 1 Leaf Lard:
25 tierces Sugar-Cured Hams s
20 kegs Shot, assorted sizes;
lOOU's Whlskv. '
All of which we will ett rt.. ... ...v xr.
thnnt D If. 1 .
S. B. WILLIAMSON,
r 1 iHE subscribers keen nn tt,. hiu-i....tiju
wnich they warrant to ha or er.t n,i.
sale low for e..h- .
het Fans and Threshers ;
E; Carver & Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture:
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sugar, ConVe, Teas and Molasses;
Candle., Powder. Shot and Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior art Ms ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris ;
Together with a neral assortment or all artieu. n..
ally kept in s Grocery store.
GWXNNE tt GIBSON,
Nos. 1 aad 2 Exchange Baildlng.
jje w goods:
EMPORIUM OP PASHION.
AnttLaaies' General Furnishinr, Cloak
and Jlantilla EstaDlisbmtnt,
299 MAIN STREET. MEMPHIS. TENX
WE are now receiving and opening one of
the largest and most magnificent stocks of
French Millinery and Fancr Drr Good.
tr ought to thu oity. Also, a very select assort.
ment or nieo uress iroods, enurely new Silks, Cash
meres, Marenos, DeLaiaes, and a largo variety of all
ior aireet, iraveiing ana evening Dresses.
We call aarticular attention ts our Mdlioerv Denart
ment, consislinc of Cbenitte, Mess and Uncut Velvet,
Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bmnets; Flow
era, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5,600
worth ot fine French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
uiuuiutpure ibices, .11 fl IJlfS UI
Embroidered, Velvet and Clotli
Ladies' Cloth and Velvtt for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Dresses, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. Corsets. KM Gloves.
Pars. Trimmings of all descrioUens far Cloeks and nmu.
es, &c, &c
11. EmbrokHriag and Stamping done, Cloaks ant
Dresses made to order In a few hours at cheapest prices
iuies, pitsw tin colore purcnaswg niewnere.
Orders from tbe country promptly attended to.
octl N. STI I LMAN & CO.
wurmi, wouru respcciruny say to nil ow
friends and customers that he is stw at
tbe old stand, with a good supply of fruit
irees, consisting ol
Also, R-spberry, Strawberry aad Grape Vines, la va-
rieiies, wjm a roou supply or evergreens, breen Mouse
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb aad Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order
on a re.pectaMe merchant at Memphis. wiU.be punctually
attended to and aU plants guarantl-dto order and de
livered any pal t of the city, free of charge.
Nursery on Main street, South Memphis.
octl4-dSm Receiver of Mooney it Green.
TO HORTICUL'URISTS ANL' PLANTERS.
j.m I would respectfully remind tbe dtixens
of Memphis aad su- rtanding country that
VsK" 'S the season for transplanting Fruit and Or
3esjjAy namental rees Is fast approaching. Great
L!T-,"'-i-ta additions have been made In every depart
ment more particularly amorg Fruits, A more select
and varied collect lira has never been oCferd for sale ia
tbe Southwest, consisting in part of orer one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, Ohio, SmppernoBg, CalllornU. ete.
Grape Vines, Fits, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; Eng'.lsh Walnuts and Filberts, TVxas
Pecans, Cbesnat.,ele.. etc
Green-bouse plants, Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a dlllon o tbe above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Bulbs, nf all kinds. In consequence of hiving to
move most of my stock on hand, I will set It very low.
Purchasers may rely oa everything being what it is
represented, and sales nay be effected oa very favorable
terms by applying at the Garden and Nnrsery, near the
Rillrnad Debot, or addressing
oclI-d6m S. M. WHEATON.
P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders win
meet with prompt attention it left at the store of J.
Wlldberger. S. M. W.
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BT
Fasbionable Hatter, 75 Front Row.
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
FOR SALTS CHEAP AT
W in! i'.A TOJJ'S Z
oct!2-ly No. 75 Front Row.
EST RAYS SHELBY COUNTY.
TAKEN up by Stark y Reddit, on the 19tb
.day of January, 1S57. a sorrel MARE, about
r fifteen bands high supposed to be about twelve
r thirteen years old. watwl face, both hind
reel white np to the hock a small aadd4e mark en her left
side and wind broken Valued at $12. Also, a light hay
HORSE MULE, fourteen bands high, three years old, a
strip running down e.ch shoulder and along the back,
mane roarfaed and tall shaved but grown out again. Val
ued at $75 Said Red lit resides at Green Bottom, five
miles East of Rale'gh
Taken np by Benjamin Cash on tbe 1 5th day of Janua
ry, la57, abruwn MARE, seven years old. 14 K hands
high, white .pot on the nose, both hind f t white Val
ndat$35. Said Hash resides In the loth Civil Dlstiict,
about three miles Esstsf Germantown.
Taken rp by K J. B. L. Winn, on the 10th day of Feb
ruary. 1S57 a brigbt bay nORSE about ten years old.
sixteen bands btgb, left bind foot white. Valued at 63
nadoan-w saddle aad bridle Said Winn resides la the
city ot Memphis, 6th Civil District.
A. S. THOMAS,
fcbl5-w2t Ranger Shelby county.
$30,000 "VC" O 3ri I" 33
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO,
At Manufacturer's Prices.
AMONi which may be found
. Wm Cremptoa's celebrated brands, Lynchburg;
urnaerson ami uoicomDe Drams,
Dr. James Saunders' " Harry ot the West, ke. "
0. Ford's Anna Rice, 4x., '
R. J. Wadea brands, "
Jas. Thomas, Jr.'s Crescent City Paragon, Richmond;
Cosby ttWinfree's Star of Richm'd Pride ofVa. "
A. Dill's Fig, Mayflower, tte.
Coleman Wortham'a " C. W. Iris, " "
nardgrove's " Indispensable, kc, "
0 M. Co-by, (C. M. Cosby brand) Din vllle;
Withers Sc. Ayres' Toung America, "
W. T Soutberllns' brand,
R. P. Richardson Old Caswell, " Reedville, N. O
With a great variety of common brands too numeroni
to mention, allot which will be-sold at INVOICE PRI
CES, to close consignments.
Every article warranted fresh aad genuine, and direct
from the factory
J B. SHARPE, Wholesale Tobacco Factor,
decS-Iwdaw3m No. 25 Madison street.
C. C. MAYD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
WHERE can be found aU description of Grave Work,
which will be furnished as cheap as H can be got
In any market West. Also, Building Work done at short
It is to the Interest of all persons wanting such work to
purcha-e from the yards at Memphis instead of purchas
ing from Agents, as the Manulactors hare to add' the
twenty perxent. mat is paia Agents to the work sold by
them. Southerners, look to roar luterest.
dec3-dawSm C. C. MATDWEI.T.
TnE nnderslgned have opened a Carriage Factory on
Second street, trtween Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture aad R--palr
Carriages at tbe thortes-notice. All work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share of public patron' ge
Jtn3-Iy L. S. BURR A CO
100 Rarrels Flour, I
VARIOUS brands, from the best Extra to Superfine,
for sale by- b. MERRILL. I
w . Mala street.
TOT TJIB' -
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
II L 1 1L 11 O 1 B
OPEN TO CORINTH.
s: ana after iYOD 1 5, 1888, THRul Gil MAILTRai
j ww leave Mempius, DAILY, at 7:00 a. M.. arrivmr
ai vsnnin at uaa p. ji.; at oomcrviue at 10:60 a at,
Returning Leaves Cortnth all p. m.; Ssmerville,
r . ax. Arrives tt Memphis at 7.00 p.m.
"This Train connects at Corinth with a ceaate Dam
line ot first ctattPuel Coaches to the termasuj of the
Jtastern Drvlsioa or th Memphis aad Chariestaa Ran,
resn. Tnence oy nsnwey-rureer, ana coasesslana sare
with all Easterneities.
Staging reduced to ury -aXLet, aad mck-Iayisz cro-
THROUGH TICtETS lohLto the fsewlss points :
OA v ANN Ail, j JA
WILMINGTON, : -CHATTANOOGA;
Thu Train also connects with tha Vlnl.aSaji rentr.i
ivanreaa w uony sprmgs, uxlsra, Grenada, Canton
JKkssn. &e.. ate.
. Also connects at Grand Junction Station with Tennes
see Oeatral RaHnuLd la Rolivar. Jackasa. " J
and Mhtr places.
AlKanaects at Poeabonlaa with Tri-Wesktr Line of
wsaeors. io uipiey, routsnes, Abesswea aa Oatamans
THROUGH TO NASUVILLC IX 34 IIODRS,
Via ttMMmpiilsandObarle.iui. Nashvtlss aixlChaiu.
nnoga RaHroaJs only -IO miles of Stains, agaiaw
"L330 ty any other ruate.
The ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN man daMT (ex
cept Sundays) between Memphis and the Jacetiea wMfa
the Mississippi Central Railroad:
Leavsa Junction 7.00 a. k. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r. St.: arrives at the Janet lae
6:00 r. M.
FTught Trains Ie ve Memphis for Pocahontas DAILY
at 7 a. sr. Doors dose at 4 p. sc.
Through Tickets only, on the above Routes, aan be ob
tained at the Commercial Hotel, aa wen as intonaaaoa
Connected with the Road.
Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets bet are en
tering ine cars, ana save payment of extra fare.
Burgage checked to all stations ea the Ratlnad, and
no Baggage will b received without heme checked.
Each passenger will be allowed seventv-ave aiands of
baggage by Railroad, aad sixty pounds by Stage ; bat no
article will be earned aa baggage that is not inctdVnt to
the perocu of th passenger. In ease of lass the Com
pany will bold theauetves responsible for aa asaoanl not
Negroes, when traveling alone, nwst have a permit, na
ming tbe point to which they are ta go. and speclfytag
that they are to travel by raarsad. or ther wtu not b
epl Saperintesdent of Traasportatwa
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Line for the East!
Baltimore and OMo
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (37
milis.) and to Washington, (40U mues.l and ureaenu
tbe fullest advantages both as a fr-rght and pannage,
line. It runs through wild aad rununtic region at in
Allegheny s ; and bring solidly constructed, ccmpteUi,
eouipa.d and carefully managed, is one df ibe most at-
tractive and safest Railroads in the baited sutrg. Th,
Central Ohio Railroad, from Cui umbos aad fnia .i illi u
Whe. ling, unites this road with all nortmas uf the West
The esxv Tuhoobh Ticexts froji Memphis.
Louisville and St. Louis to the National me
tropolis, are seM by this road, wench ran tsuect fa
w asbiagioa wttaoat tae delay or passing Uuoagh SaMl
nmr . U is also the only Ihw by which tmniisi can w
checknl to Washington from the Ohio rter.
TJ-Ur the iiAiL. route from MrsaahM. take taa bus,
steamen, running daily for Looi.vuit', coatKctias: there
with maii steamers or Jeatrsonviile RaiUoad Jar Ciacia
Bati, where they arrive so as ts miau.d with the caw at
Little Miami Railroad tor Coiamnns, ODnaeaas csxn
with Central Ohio Raliraad, throngh Newark and Zum
viBe, to Wheeling. By tbe express tram uf thisroaw,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore aad to Wdshiagtut
is less than 27 hoars.
rrBe sura to ask for tickets by the Baltic or.- aad OMs
rPassesgers from Memphis wta Bast taraash St
Louis, can bay Through Tickets by the SaitiaaoswsjullMiM.
Railroad. This route lays through VTncennes, Terr Hants
Indianapolis, etc.. to Whn-unc. over the new Ohu am
Mississippi aad oannaectiag Roads. These- laan liniifi
ar-- ail direct, and ihe time from St. Lams to &utimur
or Washington Is bat about 43 hoars. Through Tick,
by tins route may be bad ef tbe Agent, ussier the Plan
ters Uoaiv, at the following rat : Prom St. Louis u
Baltimore $25; to Washington $26.
At nceirng ine passeBger takes tar supenor cars ot
the Baltimore and Obi Railroad, which leave three lira.-.
daily for Baltimore, Wuhingtoa, Philadelphia aad New
lort. Taronga m i or it louts, including stuupags.
For safety, speed, regularity, beaaty of ihe coantry. aav
genn. . .nfort, this road is seeaad to aooe in tar L'nloa
FREIGHTS. This company passesssa the ,a.n
ec.aiprar.nt of aay RaUroad m the United States, and t
prepared to do aa immense bus lit,-as m tras-puflaUoi.
The road makes intBKdiate coanectluo at the wharv an
in the streets of RaHtmere with the RaUroad to PbUadt
pbla aad .Now York, stoaaers ef Binsuusi assd Balti
more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sr to Nea
Tork, and by new Merchants' and Miners' Lane to B.iot
steamers to Norfolk, CharMetoa, Savannah, tic. For
partkalars, see might tanlT, espies of which may he hs.
of the Forwarding Hsasea la the West, or u' J. B. Pons.
Receiving and iurwinriDS Agent at Wheeling.
WM. S. WOODSIDB,
Master ot Transportalioa, Bsttisnore
A. T LAVAL LKTTK.
un25-Iy Agent, SI Proiit Row, Memphis.
ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND
To the North and East!
'h rough in Three Hays and a Half to
n ei i Ij it o i 1$ :
From Cairo fo CAicaoo Direct in Eighteen Hours,
Without Break of Uuage or Change of Cars or
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara. Falls,
ltocbeiier, Albany, New Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, aad
roar iromt,airo r.ew tors, xuae rrom uairo to New
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as low. and comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
not subjected to the delays oaaseqaeat to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana and
Ohio, to the East ana North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, aad the East, with Laki
Shore Railroad and Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee
Sheboygan. &c, and with a splendid Line of Firt Cla.t
Steamers for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Supertax, Ceiling
wood, Toronto, &c.
"rains leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as f ol
lowst 6:05 a. m., Chicago and Dunleith Express, Ssndays
This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New Tork Central Railroads, through in thlrty-ooe hours.
This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Louis and Vmornaos; at
Paaa, with Trains tt the Terra Haute, Alton aad St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Losisviile and Crnrta
natl ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express tor Galena
Dunleith; the latter connecting with Trains to bpriug
Qeld. Naples, Rock Island. Burlington aad Qaincy.
6:10 r. M., New Tork Expreas, Saturdays except ou.
Stopping only at important Stations, excent nn Sim v
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur t
Den let th, ana arriving at uaicago at sp.ii.
Passengerafer the Upper Mississippi, will find at Das
leitb, steamers ot the Dunleith and Minnesota Packet
Omrany, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Trafti for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, Ac. Passenger
for Janesville, and Central aad Eastern WtecoLMn con
nect at Freeport with Trains to Beioit and Janetvillant.
firm thtneo to Madison and Central and Eastern Tvis.
The Maps and Charts indicating the Great Central
Route to the North and East are an exact transcript of
Cotton's Map of the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as well as the m-iniar
time cards of the connecting Roads, and lodge fr them
selves as to tho correctness of the above statements. The
opening o: me iianois uemrai Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus farming x SDeedv and direct
communication between the Upper Lakes aad Rivers, and
tbe Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler,
a. well as the business man, attractions aad facilities
for reaching the North and East, which surpass those ef
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
eling pnouc, the permanency of the road and structure,
the strength and elegance ot the Engines aad Cars, com
mend themselves o those who desire In traveiins speed,
comfort and safety.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with tbe prtvflezr
or laying over at any point, can be bad at Memphis
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad OiSees on tbe hoe.
A. T. LAVALLETTE, Agent.
Jrm4-lr Memphis. Tana
Choice Irish Potatoes.
lOll SACKS for sale by '
L6J . B. MHRRILL,
octiS ' Na. i Msnroe stnet.
rjapcinpr, Rale. Rope and Twine,
Ctu.-sarArs ri.v on nana ana ror saiec-y
J B. MERRILL,
nct Monroo street.
A NEW. Utlit, elegant ond eheap Patent SPRING
XX. MATTRESS, for sale by .
. MATTRESS, for sale by
n. M. GR0.SYENj)R.
A SUPERIOR assortment of Pianos ana Meled'oB-
. last reteived by
H. M. GR03VKK0R
TTTTT reeeivcd, 180,000 Cigars, ranglns te prWefren
.1 J-rSlloSloa thap9and,by .
H. H. rCTTBR,
'--is Maln-st., 3I door Nerlh Watshaa Hnse-
i OOIi TO YOUR INTEREST!
THiiOlGli TICKETS TO GRENADA.
Favc UciAucca lo G SO,
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi -Central Railroad?,
C'NNEiTIaG ie miles sooth ot Hoiiy Sanags, bavin,
-niy sixty sis raiies of SUging the cheaaeat. at
P asar-.i, aad antckest route br fiura four ta urn aan
OnthUroatethestazinz Is bat one mUe furahsr thai-
oa '.V Panola roate, a' though the latter ts reprsseafeil fe
bs bat tlfiy-two rjrrles staging and fifteen hew s tfcraaga
T- trae dutanos ever t e Paneti, raata Is tisty-av
In a fw weeks the Mississippi Ootral BaBroad win b.
ex enuVdto the Tallahatchie river.i still sbsstealag th.
tUgrsg evn miles less Travelers win look ta then
crslert and jwckrt. A word to the wise 1. MflVtient.
r t or Tickets or information appi, to SIMS k.Ct '3
Afrats at the Railroad. Si an and Ommhas Ticket lYr.
ace. Commercial Hotel. ehS4-di '
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ANI TEN-
OPEN from Jonetion with MemaUsf and CharlsMou
RaUroad to Blacka Station, foer aarf sae-hatt msVs
North of Bolivar, and tweatv-tun. aau !to, .
Jaekses,Teun. " .ra
Leasas Buliv.r DAILY (SadaysextaaMsT) at -18;
Arrives at Junction at frsa
CnasCTlDs; wh7 A si Train lata Memehai.
. w uri'' " J"lon at 18 a M . or H arrtvai
. Jii'Jr,u ,nm 'l-. arriv-as; at Btaeks Stltton
: II. Ms eoDBeetrnr at ihiimiu - -
Cuaeae. tar Jasksua aad NsMhrlHe vis r .TL
Z!!.?J?a'tt Co3- o Jacisasi aad Nashvate,
vta axtasrioa, CHlton. Wayaesfriro, Mt Pwaaaat- rl
assoia ad Irwa SortBS'H.li hy iheTeaaesssa andjtla.
bam Kail road Also, with R- K ScBlth's bm Ts leL
Kraraaaath-n Hacks. s-a oc ac-
Iavsv Black's SUttuodVaiiy ft"-'it. airmiliJi Ll in
r M . eornectitts;at Hr. jTTr. JTTT-' tLa, f"
arrivteg at Memphis at 7:44 r. at.
Retr.rnin. leaves Grand Jisrtia a arrival at tsaaaa
SSftarltS '" U"Bpl,K " 8:45 H ' "Ct"
Iseagers for any he above ataned p.aato ar ttds
rvriiiuarea Staging than a, layotlVr
it i vvvr a.-
- - a ssu a.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Opoll to C-r-n
ONands.tri Moada, January uth ISaT Tiiaruacv,
MAIL TRAIN wilt Kav- lfemi.1.
xftp,rd.)at7.3A sr., arrlviug lt CoaotliST7
Betarains;, srav-s Usso at IStM a. m , and 1,
Mempbl at 1 - a. ' aves
Tfci Tr in rnllnas4 .. i.a. . - -
and Gr nada Staaing ivdood bum UtmJvZf
phis aad .. tasaah in KTf 1
PKihlic ay my so tbls ht.si a shuewr asd eawVotif
Shi?. Jci aM f-Si
Tha FRHIGrrt TRAIN wstl raak a
Vtd ) in aad alter Mood,,, the h n?7
rjLii,' "2Se4r w
-r anaiBMBls maaV to reeeivt- tarir goods at iM.TJIi-1
on arrival, as ih tBay haveowy -mrxr7n?mZ?
av n. s fur tetras; car of irsisrht, Li
sibic tor ia. kv or daaaaae to the Hate at that '
Passenger, are ream sled to panhe ssTwLr.
Mit-riDg tbe ears., and save paF!8a7 JTatrTrar.
Baggage saeeked to an stations sa the Rrfrraal aad m.
baguiewia as rcoind wstaasit .Jrrrj
pa.siasjtr wm a. anawcauaauaadsuf hL,ZiL
rd and nomad, by stase iTt. IsiSSVt
riedashaasaaetfeati. not racMeat tarZ&m
passensjers. srrast at si
"? ka" Conapary wia hold
spoii-dole ftf aa axuomK not exceedsag $g
J s, wrs iraveuag atone, asast svar u
aamsag la. p tat to which taey are tTiT Vtl
tr theyatatatraaai by slSaad LJT.TI1
K M PATHMJKL
From Memphis to Jackson, 83 60.
From Jitsmphfs io Nashville. SIO 50.
Via Jackson, Wayneshoro and
CONNBCTIS near ISp.wDatiile with the KnaaM.
sad Ottso Railroad and at -faospsLa wMfc mEtST
ZT uLlTT ""in iris m ta heapestjattr
MfcW TeonesMMi, aad travelers are assamsfaW
pauis or. xpeae will be sps- e-I to render taea asmfstta
ble. Tbr coaches horses and drivers areroeriaT
Oar uae connects at Jackson with J W Narweed A
Co 's bn.- of fwar srse post cohe, to N.-ST
'"J'& NORWOOD at fOHTBNK.
N. B. FOREST,
No. S7 Adama-st, Memphis, Ten..
HAS just received from Xorlh Carariaa
tw-nty rive likly oaag neawes, t. wbrthhJEA
Sdcaaiea to call the attoatiM at panVAY
iS'lewillbom the regular receipt of arataJS
''"",!i,t' iml Carolroa every laeatn. n(T7
g.o Drpoi is one of hemost essslete aad TsmTnnjT.m
tabiiatmeot.of the kladla the Soolhera cstrTv
hi- regurailon exaci and syst malic, - I town n
rj- s and Co fsr t hetag strktry oirTed zZTZtZ ed
" 11 " Jw A. 1 sasvawtTi;
wmhw mn tiriRVl IB DfMnr ud MteJ
TO R1ILROAD CONTRACTOR?.
McMi.NNTiixE, Tenst , Jaaaarv lfi aw
SKAiiD PROPOSAL wit bereraWafaMawvVk
untu March 10th, 1867 far the 6ndinL MiLlsswv
Kndtnagor xt Wte, ta. SswthwiTarraTlilaalL
cooiaic&rtus .1 ilciliiHiviiiu, Um SMtarra l .raiaai
man- g .North throagh Werrea. White walaw
ooanlirsio Livingston, in Overfan es!uy
The character ot the work is bear. rsaiiittsiL a .rr.
smonnt 01 luck excaratwa. twatai mTst Wat
maMQiy aad twelve hand red nasal Netaf flnsT. 1T1
MrCaEasa's BrKarmg. "
Proposals lor the shore work m,y he ma lhr nrnltar, r.
mtW one each, or for thirty, or the vk .ixtysabw toL
undiagtrvn traekMytag, dapst ba aTall '
eqaiprae. t necessary for oaeratiag th. rood when ess
Plans raatx, profiles aad speeiaealioBs may be sera
and all atb, r iaf.rmato.n shtataed at tas IMsar'
otBcc after March 1st. at MeMinavilte, or belar ttafck
TJa?lr,itC?5!B'J"UH Er efflw ef the MtMia
aad Ohio BaUread, Jackson, lean.
,.,.,. KOBT STHRLING,
, Parlor Setts!
TUST received at oar new sUr.d, No 291 Maht .treet
0M&i WINSTON. CHURCHILL it 00
M. C GAYCE & SON,
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 25 Madison Street,
PARTICULAR attention wis! be given. aU sales Sr u.
city or country or N.gro-s. Ral Bstata. Marthaa
otse, Furnttue. Land Sarip, Stock, io All Maas R sat
ing and Lrasing Proaerty etc .Santas ,ad tmm,vm
meats sottei.ea from all secti- as
Re-araiaa-oargratHal aahnowlidguieasa Ssrtbases.
liberal patr-Jksce hrrrtotonr rtcerrtd, we aaw nMas -ux.
Mtvas. havtagdeterraMMsd oa aaaVaa. w, maataa ar
maaent home to dsvbte oar dtHc-aee if m taints, a:
ihink whh iwenty years extsrrteaca ha ar trade, ta. l.r
el- vea tn Meaapaie, M.ht to a. r-Tnaior, assi f
csaddsat we ran gi e, as we thrsk wa hava Oaa.
BErERESCES- A o Harris A Co.. R A. Packer, (.at
Lasah f 0 . W. Howard. H. Faraawseeh A , 2o.
laarrty tt Bro , I B Kirtlaad. R. G Baafeaaa. Baa. a.
Graham, B-t 0 R T pp Br Sana. MbcH an.
phis; Baldwin & -Starr N. T f aasaa & Ssst W 1
Brace it Co Cincinnati ; T s T Read. sW , s. Qu.
dy. LoaisvUle; Mrr Danes b. HanHagS- B P. SWe
Cn., Thos. B. Wnsststt, New Orlt aas , R.M.Safre
Life-Size, in Oil Colors.
JfeJ?I. F u i?m
HAS opened his STUDIO In Clark's Marble BaSdl r,
wh-re he wm be pleased to see those tas t wish ta
employ h i pencil.
33"" Portraits also painted from Dagaerreskypea bjU
frv TAKEN np at my house, one BAT IIORf-K,
aAj.let hind foot white. Had on new siddli ivl
' bridle. Inquire of K. J. B. L. WINN.
Cleric's Sale of Slave.
John B. Persons Cyatha Per-'i
sons, and Mary Persons, raj.
ni ts, heirs ef Ames Per-1 , ,
sons' deceased, hy th e 1 r f petiUan 'o sett
next friend and Guardian, J siaT
Slarky R-ddit. I
PURSUANT to a decree ef th Clrcnlt Court ot Sha Ay
coonty, is this cause rendered sn the 31st a. tJ
January ast, I win tn front of the efflee of Jeslah rs.s,
Ei , ia the city of Mem nil, on FRIDAT, the SSitl day
f Marco next, sell at public a action ihe laHtntigaa
serlbed slave, vta: ANDBRSON, aged absat sere it va
years. Terms aash.
M. D. L. STEWART O-etk and Master.
Jons HtlxtTM. Sol. for Petitisaers. teb24w3t
Clerk's Sale of Slaves
Wm. Manning aad Wife, Ma y
inn-st-em. tbs saunoers. I
John Saunders Aaron 3an- I
ders. Tennessee Saanders.
Sx-parte PetHtant ta
james u. daunoers, m nors,
by their next friend, John
seH Slaves lerdivHtoa.
PURSUANT to a decree of tho Circuit Court of Sh- .ty
county, la this cause rendered on the Jilt !.-t
January last. T wBt la front of theCnurtHeusedoor.il
tbe town ot Kaleuh on SATURDAT, the 21st day sf
March naxt, sell to the highest bidder, the feHawlog cW
scribed slaves, to-wlt :
F'LLIS, aged about 23 years, aad her chBdren.
JULIA. " " 5
JOB " " 2 "
Terjis Oae-half cash, and the residue on wrly
Bwtbs eredK frem dav ef ste, with bend and ku ' se--arllT,
and a Haa retained en tbe slaves natRthe detr
red payment is mad.
M. D. L. STEWART. Oerk and Matter.
J. 1 k. . nARRlSa Sl'3 tor Pet'rs. re21-rf3.