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MEMPHIS, TENN.. THRUSDAY MORNING MARCH 5, 1857.
VOL. VH. NO. 300.
BY M'CLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO.
3BL1SHKD DAILT, TRl-WKBaU.T ANT) WEEKLT.BT
fXO. K. M'CLANAHAK, LEONIDAS TROUSDALE,
TO. su HUTTON, BENJAMIS V. DILL,
, , CSDES. THE tTTLE AND FIRM Or
STCLANAHAJT, HUTTON & CO.,
TownOM all Letters oa Buiixess, es otbee-
WWE, tnOCLD BE ADDBXSiE2.
PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION.
DiHv, Ic advance, per nana ...$10 00
Trl-Weekly, " 5 00
Weekly. " " " 3 00
rSTke ffcllj paper will be farnls -ed to Club of Tvu
mJunJf. Twenty, t$I 60 each; to Ctib ef weaiy
aad upwards, at $2 -ach payable lnrisUWy In adyance,
and evefj-Olnb to be made up at one office.
X3" An ed subscriber and a new one wtS be taken to
3" la no ease wMl th paper be sent to new subscriber-
onli s the erdetyor the same Is attended with the
EJ- All DaHv snbtcrlptkms will -trie red due and
piy.veh, f -yearly In advance.
Q- Th fereg amg terms ill be strictly and risHly
DAILY RATES FOR ADVERTISING.
Adopted bf the Appeal and Eagte end Enquirer.
Ferone-uareof t-n lines ex less. onelaserHon...$I 00
7r eth aMMio al lesrrllou ef fame
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(- Oue ssuare, renewable wertly, per annum, $10 TO
" .. .wkeawert, " MOO
rT Two snaarei, renewable weeily. per a Bm, 60 00
. . twlee a wjek ' 88 00
r- AU a"dre-tlsnaeBts repaired to be kept o foosod
page. CHARGE At sew each day. and oo third pie,
an aTanre orrr stated rate .
AdTrtliements directed to be displayed, er set In
larf yp. ehatsrd double rates.
mrtr Terllvrs wl 1 be eharcrd xtra feroron-
tsb 'Df.ee 0TrDtret, and when iaroe tvpe is re-
fo DC SWett, OT U CI uscnnik in. . . w.
rj- TsxrK adTtrtiwrs will be chats; extra at reetrtar
rates fo TTan's. Krai, Removals Copartnership No
tice.. To Ooatiras, c
E3-T!eSIEST ADVE-TISISO MUST EE PAID TOR
j-. iTertlsfra'ntwiJ! appear In the eelly paper
b spec al ceatrart.
r- AdTTTtiVents to be lpserted in the 'Weelly piper
oslj or at irresatar intervals in either of the papers, will
Ve cha-sl $1 per cre fer erery isrtloB.
rj- isra-inncinr. candidates for State, County and Mn
Bicspal Oces, $5 each, to be paid in advance in every
tarAfi advertlemeats for Charttab-e Institattans,
Kre Completes, TTard . Town, and ether PabHc Meetings,
to b eharsed half price
r- Marrtises and D-aths are paMlsaed as news ; but
Obltnari s Tribute- of Re-pect and Faaeral Invitations
s oth-r advrtiseets
JJ" AH Legal aad Transient Aivertiseoents will be
:b.Brd y the tesertion.
E5" Editorial Notices in Local Crfunw will be charged
0 cent per Hae . ..
O-No dedocilon or variation wtll be made tr the
fregsiag rate,. AS. TrOTTON i CO.
L,. O. RITES,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Tean OSc In th' Post OSce BaiMttig.
AMbasiae.BeBtrBStedtohls care win receive premiit
and f aMhfal attention. OnBeettons p ompily mada hi the
tmrrosodlBg coaaaes t West Tennessee, Mississippi an
J. A. ANOERSON.
AT70RNET AT LAW Memphis, Terns. Ol
Walter's Building, ovsr Mansfield's Drag
Do SAMUKL GIL3ERT. SB.. ha retarasd to his old
hsmestes-l near Memphl- and renpeB'd bis Io8rm
ary, nd . remain p'rm nently. He treate tho feMow
cl cbrB.k Diseases: Caacers, ScroSttla, Whl e sw-ai'-g,
Tamers snd W ns, wltheat S-rgical op-ral.eas. He iSJsc
tre7tsallOr.ie Female di easeS3 res.f JoflgstaadrK
Tetter. EbeasutUifl, SypMll! and an foims of Mercaiial
deems it nnaeces.ary to say more, as he has Hv
ng witase of his sacceas from Maine o Oregon.
BENJAMIN HOWCOTT, Dentist.
H WISG prepsred myself well wcracstee
Deati.t y la Memphis I respeetfaHy solicit
I he patntaair of all who may need my er
i.l. rmiiit IIik- asd Mad myseif to
perform H opTatUcs oo the Teeth, and lnert ArtHcUl
Teeth in the m t approvea style as to " " "
dose i tsd or any other couatry
Ono- oa Mala street, opposite Worsham House.
7 acbxe "lllx acme.
A tt s- . HI. ACRES,
nrvTira n-.n- Union Clock. Court
,tr-t, between Main and Front Row
r ah IKntal OperattoBS performed with
t v.u.it nassiWe Bain Diseases of tne Aivroiar rvr
InreaW Utb.rn.st skiUfal "rFnll or
cI?tlliSH' of Teeth set on Gatta Pereha or Gorf. with
the latest improTemenU, and guarantied.
TSTT TV1T- HEWITT
WILLpr.ciiC- ta-olci., on the princloje that ther-i?
i6 i in all sj.u-ms. and none a.1 iuflt OOo
. 3 TTT ....i . ,k Post Offloe Bmldlng. secod
55,. "JS: "lit Offloe. Residence on the comer of
Hernando and Elliott streets.
CoLJ B Stanto- N Ad.ms Esq.. Hayvrrod cooaty.
r!t p B Blast Dr. J B aeha, Fayette canty.
R SoLrvile Eq..P P Martin. Esq .Tipton county
J." L Webb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
s&oxn.ox'al Tmnd Asont,
J A OSSQNPORT. ARC.,
'' . n. tnhrtamlnc of Swamp Land
DUtricts, irfllDg Lano ana partus
B Graham. Mempbls.Tenn.j A. ?-H'SStMl.s
x, n ' MaJ T Mail, Miss.,
w M rXe? " J- Norton & Co , N. O-!
J.0, " J . A- Rjuseau, LaGraagSj
CW arl,Jis"pert; pl fc Watsen.Jaeksonpart
J. S. WHITE, M. , '
. fc.viBC removed to Mem
T A1.c """Zt. nr.l rvlie. to the orti.ra.
4 fa"S .T:n", i of Wattaoe-s Aac-
between ai x .ur.
rr -C I nnvp.v.
A TT0RNET AT LAW. lO .ver C. W. Ch-rryk
t TTORNET AT IJtW, Marlon, Art, Practices in
. X.. ED. A. BEECHER.
wir-KERSHAM & BEECHER,
A'TTORNKTS AT LAW, Memphis. Tennse-.
jj. yo 21 J fferson tr". ' -
SMITH P. BANRHEAD,
A TTORNET AT LAW, Meniphls, Tenn. Office la the
Post oae. Block, over Aydlett fc Co., third story.
Dr. U. L. LASIil,
L.TE suSPhystcHn and Dl rctorof several TlospttaJs
luclrmlny. member of dMerent Medical SorteUe.
tn New Tork has located in the city of MempMs, and I af
ter? Ws services to the public as Physiciaa, Accoacher,
OeTS WasSnltolreet, betvreen Msmand
X. T. BICnARDSON..W. W. WHEATLXV.-M. A HIOOS.
Richardson, Whcatlcy & Higgs,
ATTORNETS AT LAW-OfScs-on the corner of Second
and Court streets, Memphis. Term. ocl 1-1 r
JOHN A. NODE,
A TTORNET AT LAW. umce vi me rii
fK. tnx, Memphis, Tenn.
ir s CCPI.I, .t SEARCY.
1 TTORNET AT LAW. Memphis, Tennessee. TVni.T.
J7V Ila3Kll Vmjuiw. w " J " " ,
sHve75getherla the pracUco of Law. Ojae-. In the
Walker it lock.
A TTORNET AT LAW. CoringUn Ttta. JU1 1 ,
XX. entrusted to nis care iu
ilyl-tf . .
r rnnv ITPE.
'XX. in all the uourts oi zLanym
fSS-f Conrt Square, adjoUing that of the
.ChaaceryCourt Clerk. :
EGBERT H. OSBORNE
"rTTLLaracUce Law in the Courts of Hardeman Fay
.? i'i'?rr.rrc;';rr-rr.i Jackson, ai
tmt.t and faith
fSvS.' a .. in the Chancery Clerk's oOce
BoHva- n..-uemin connty, Tenn. ""t
. ,vn rnmcs'Kt.TITt. at LAW. Memphis,
A Terra! Office corner of Main and Jefferson atreeta
HT 5?SLf. w;Pirtl. W. F.BuHock and Messrs
iihotw-a fc Son, Loal,vul.; Hon. Jsm Pryor
OanoUton. SJ-i .ncrrnj., 7".
Oroeawaod, New orisani, s. w.v 'u-tT
j. c. jacobi & CO.,
(Ko. 3iS Mala, bet. Union and Gsyjso-ste.,)
Importers and Hiannfactttrcrs ol
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
C0N3TANTLT on hand a Urge assortment ef the most
favorite brands, at mc-eiate pii-s.
A. J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE ASD BETA I L
G n E M
AMD DEALERS til ALL IIOTI Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner or JIaIn and Union Sts.,
HAVB always on Liixi a well and caret ally selected
sleek of articteti to their line, which they wllleU at
the lowest current prkw.
jj- Orders promptly filled with dispatch.
AND DEALER IX
"sTatcliesj Clocks, axid Jewelry,
CORNER OF MAIN AKD ADAMS-SIS.,
,o TALES this metBod of lnfermias; his fries ds,
od tt. pubnc gfnerally, that he has raoved frens
tpl SLhls oM und to the corner of Main and Adx
itjj'lir n I where he win take pleat a re In exbfbititw
mt and choice lot of JKWELRT, to those who nsa)
farorhirawitka-Ul, and will be pleased to execute a!,
orders for repairs in his llae. Ue hopes, by honesty. In
tecTily. and his efforts to please, to fta the conMenoi
and liberal patrons of all who may flod it convenient u
TWt his estaMUhment.
j3 All orders fer repairing m eyery eran "t"1""
CAOEE, MIX & 00.,
o"xvrr Xf3T. 1G57.
TNoaertOKoor card to the poblie we tender oar ac
I kBowledsent, for the very liberal poiras extend
ed as daring the past year, and promise for the future to
rnrni-n oar customer the LABGRsT, CKEAPSST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK na omns w the Southern
OarSenlor partner Trill bo oonetaatlyla the Eastern
market, and will keep as fully sapptied with every dslra
W. style of
Staple end Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Agents for some of the beU b-M.6 of DO
MKST1CS. OSNABURGS, &c., which we oBer at Factory
CAIVDEE, MIX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealors in
BOOTS S? JI&H3
3IiL.IXEItY GOODS, &c,
1sn3-daw3 225 MA1N-ST-. MEMPniS, TEKN.
J. B. SHAEPE,
,-0. 26 JUadison-sf , betieeen Tront Remand Main,
WOULD respeclfBlly inform the merchants ef Mrm
plus and soiroon log country, that he has ja.t re-
taraea f rem the cities or viriinis, ctummm.
a permanent Agency f r the Fale of all grades of Virgin
la Tobacco, and Intends to kep constantly on tan I e
stock equal to the demana, at msnuracinrers- price.
Tisir rnUv able to comtvte with the New Tork, Baltl
more, OlnrinnsH and Now Orleans markets, he invite,
the attention of all dealers tn the above article to hi?
stock before porchasing elsewhere. 1T1
ortl-dScw f j n. c
A. r. M'CANE. ............ WILLIAMS.
McCANE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to Wheat t Taylor,)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
TJuvalTs Bluffs, Arkansas,
Al ike CTOHtag of the MnphU end Little Rack Rcil-
roOG on rmi. -
THETkeep constantly on hand Sarsr, CoTfee, Salt,
m. vdiuu. and all other articles nsoally kept
i . n whixh thev will sell low for cash or ex
change for H-des, Furs and Peltries, or any ether articles
broocht to the market.
Goods desttaed for Little Rock or the adjacent
counties shipped to Davali's WoSs, will be forwarded
immediately as were av- aiw -readiness
to haul to any peiat.
H "If3 G O O 128 t
We are now receiving ana openta or
Fail ami Winter
COSS1S . ING of every variety of Staple and Fancy Pn
Cwl B.U1U3 kept in this market. Snp-rllne B ark
ndBlo Ctbs, Casstmeres. DW,-V'Mnt"!"i
oireAB4iqae,VeJve.S-awl., Uelat.'st style; Ladles'
" '. . .-...i , n.lltv: firaie Shawls, a
Urce Udof Blanket. Negro Cloth, Brrjesn., Eeady Malf
Clotblog Boot an.' Shoes. Hats, and a variety of article.
in I aikis." "oe oae. com alV and eiamlns ray
nsTch. k- I bought tn the
wry best verms, and am dotermin.il that none sn.lt aa
lersel! me I shall adopt the Cash System. . pt to
A. O DLA1B,
No 277 Main street,
Old Stand of yergawn fc Neill.
J. V. FXJSSEIX,
T). PANTE & CO.,
- r 1 t
T.nrri Oil. Soar ana uanQie!
7 X. .
1.11 Main street, Mcmpliis. Tgjn.
rriHE hKhest mstket prices paid for rough aridrenrterei
J Tallow. Lard and Soap Grease. n l
JOHN B. B0TT0,
E00T AND SHOE
jLVtF ACT i l- i'-a ,
No. 66 Front Row,
j SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
rr.EP.-l eoosuntly onhaad. B0OT3n',sr,73"3
OHOES of hlsownraak', also it fM
maautactore.. II" ke-ps. aleo Leather, f
. ", r, r.i, svin. French and
"! -.,t. r..nt Bags andVa-
.iTofwhirt he wllseuli cheap as aavlnthls
mket gTvc blLa call before purvhasiag eLwhere.
iLANUFACTUBERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS.
t r. r a RONS, ctjc.
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
Walker & Brothers,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTIHXG,
Hry Goous, tuk ciivja,
CaTliOlOSiXlO nXXCX OrtOX.AJ-,
STr Tn "RVont ROW.
WE have just received one hundred cases of
.t"V ir.v. :.r.t the InwMttsMWe Prices,
broagM . ,,h ivn thranzh the
'oay"lavUe tt. attentiou o, coaatry
vn..xvii c that w' sn and will suit all d
verr ' w -
XVACCAR0 & CO.,
roreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, ft rwns,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS TENiV
"CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
. . . njj Tvni?,' lTall.
Alain sfrtef, nen coot m
PDR E DRCGS ANL??IEDICISES,
s-IHEMICALS Surgical Instrriments Fancy oods,
U Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Tattnt and
ictoes, Girdea Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
BwSSS-by us warranted as represented.
"TuWect to be retnrned it our exrwnse inlvg-iy
LAW NOTICE. nm
HVOLLINTINE, Esq., his rernoyed his LiwOce
. over the Store and (JommUslon House of Fewlkes,
loantTco., on Jefferson street, between thePost Office
ae'I .VI am its p a i -
m 4-o1it irTi A 1 n . .
.-rCST.eeelTtd, SOObbls. Smith's vgK$gx'
diclS Haln-lt, 3d door North Worsham House.
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merckaats,
NO. 9 FRONT R0 .
JAMES T. TAYLOJl. " B. SOSS.
TAYLOK & ROSS,
CEXERAL G03IHISSI0X 3IERCIIASTS
Xo. G Mourue Street, Memphis,
WILL mike liberal c eh advances on all consignment!
of Produce or Merchandise.
Refermeee Henderson. Terry & Co., 8. O. Nelson &
Co., New Orleans; Bpced & Strange, E.M. Apperson tt
Co., Merapals. noTl-3m
PATTERSON, MARSHAL j & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Pactors,
:Vo. 49 Front Row, aiempUIs, Tenn.
OUR charges for selling Cotton on arrival art Fifty
Cents per Bale ; for storing and Silling Stvcnty-Five
Cents. All Cotton Insured unless otherwise instructed.
1. X. IJHTTI...J. B. MEACHAM... WHITE rlXLD.
SMITH, MEACHAM & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission aierchants.
(Sloiiy If Hunt' A' BtrfldinjsJ
No. IS Front Row, Mcmplils,
HAVE now on hand a fine assortment of Bagging and
Rope of the best brands, together with a complete
and well selected stock of the various articles uscaD
kept in oar business, to which we tnvito the attention o
'""Agentsfor the sale of "Pike's celebrated MagaoUi
TVhisky. " and Jones, Uoyd & Cos Soutljern Mantfae
tured Nails. SMITH, MEACHAM CO.
J. T. MATI.EY.
J. r. HILL 1
HELL & HAYLEY,
OTER D. n. TOWNSEND'O,
FOR Selling, 60 cents per bale. Foi 'Storing jind Sell
ing, 75 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
Mored by cs wUi be covered by Insurance, unless ethcr-
G-Bssgin'Rope and Plsntatlon Supplies furnished
to castomers. tfplO-dawSra
A. A. SMITUWICK R- WBAT A
SMITHWIJDR, WRAY & CO.,
Xo. 2 HadUon-tt be-jteen Tront Rov taut 3tatn-tt.,
Vp Stciu, MEMPHIS, TESH.
OTRICT attention given to Selling .ahd Storing Cotton
S. B. Orders for Bagging. Rope and Plantation Sup-
olies filled with care ana a spsica. iuwsa ."V""
A. M. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Succestort to PoveU fr Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
seiin-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA
J. WILDS VERNON, I
D. C WILLIAMS, S
W. A. BRYAN,
I M. N. BRYAN,
Late of LaG range, Tenn.
Late of Panola, Miss, j
VERNON, BETAN & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
No. G Frent Row, over Meaehnm fc Galbralth's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
SHllng Cotton. Charges 60 cents per kale.
n- All cotton sent to as will be covered :tosnranee.
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
New Orleans, La.
..N. C. SNIDEB,
WALKER & SNIDER,
Cot to 2i Factors
No. 123 Canal Street,
JulylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
.Tn- n. c noRTON,
Late ' Borton & Hnnter. Late of MonthalU, Miss.
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission &, Forwarding Merchants,
Xo. 3 Zledlton-St.,eppetite I. B. Kirtland't OJUe,
.n , . ti.retofire. clvlng special atten
VJ rl,"'"r at.,f Cotton, at nftr cent.
per bale, and to the selection and purchase of any article
tW m.rvit. Office removed from No. 1 Pmnt Rowto No.
3 Madlsm street, nearly opposite Union Bank, ansso
, o.TT! A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTORS, GROCERS,
Produce and Gerrai t,oiamiiMuu
Xo 3 t'nion Street, between Main and Front Rots,
A FTER an active application to tnlness, for over
l . . - ... .. fj rsrt t ms SAlinttnfl Dsn-
oWof onr friends in the capacity of Cotton Factors
We feel confident of JurabiUty to please such as maj
"lii. .v... n-rr th.rce. Our stock of Bag'
"ruS.l"r" r::,7. V,m,n lH not be excelled In
the city; Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made on consignments In store. Insurant onCfctton or
other Produce, in store, will only be effected upon i actual
instructlsns, or when under advance Shipment of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured while in
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise instructed on
. . . . , i.ii,. i.Jin.
To all our friends who have so liberally patronbed as
during years past, we shall offer tho aame Inducements as
heretofore for a conuauaucc i u;" f"oo t'
GATES & WOOD
ni.nr.iv nOSAim WM. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD 3c CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
x-ri a tinwARfl'S ROW. MEMPHIS,
DEALERS in Bagging, Rope. Twine. Sngir, Coffee, Ko
lasses, Rice, Flour, IPt"1""'
London Porter, Aie, wiue, nuu.,, ..mv,-.,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock nw on hand, and for ssle at reasonable prices.
rj-Cajh advances made on Cottons la store for sale or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers ii
signed to us by water; aho, me nasci xirc .uiu.
store, nnle-s otherwise instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as ws have charged for
iirs nmt fiftv cnU per bl. Inlr30
. J. M. BEID.
B. REID & BRO.,
Cotton Factor s
rn . imnOT ROW . MEMPHIS. TENN.
LL Cot I on sent to our address Insured, unless Instroo
A Il0as to the contrary are received. Plantation
nn mied with care. Store and Sell Cottsn at fifty
cnt per bsle.
.rnt rrr C. BOVJOHEBTV,
Xev Orleans. Memphis.
T. P. AYDIXTT & CO.,
HO. 83 GRAYIER-ST., SEW OM.EAK5.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
COMMISSION MERCH ANTS,
NO 23 FROST ROW, MEMPHIS,
TTTILL make cash advances on all O.tton or otter Tro
VY duce shipped to T. P. Aydieubi wo.. "
I C WORTILt
Holly Springs, Miss,
MASON & N0RVELL,
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
CONSTANTLY on hand, Bf gtof , Rope aad .Plantation
BREWER & CALDWELL
Cotton and Grain Factors.
H. 07 BREWER & CO.,
SHIPPING MERCHANTS, ju
nrrKRin J T Soutter. Esq., President Bank of th
RElnblic, NewTrt E S Esq. PrMden
Bank of Charleston, B.C.; Messrs. John Fraier fc Co,
J. W. Caldwell. Esq., Charleston, S C., Col. Wm a
Churchwrtl. President Bank of East Tennessee .
...... . noTiiKn Rbo.. and Messrs. FLL3 s
CASH, Memphis, Tenn.
c siaso.s o. c. noesE... l pk.oR-'!
Ht.Uy bp.i-g.HIs. Louisville, Ky. Ripl-7. Mis.
M4SO.V, BOONE & NOttVELL,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
JS O. 101 ja.aiH-31., F- '
T4.GG.NG. Rope, Jeaas, Lli seys, and a general n
D of Plantation Supplies consiauuj ou u.
flTTDDY. BROWN & GO.,
MHiMP STREET. NEW ORLEANS.
riASH advance, made on all Cotton J other Produce
yj consigned as above, oj
T.J. DAVIDSON J.B.EIXIS.......A.V.
DAVIDSON. ELLIS & Biiitt,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Rpceivin?. torwariung anu uuucrai
A'. 21S Jlfoin Street, Eett tide betieeen Jefferton 3f
. m . i . t ! n Q.nnllH .1V.T9 tSS
Rhand ' r"" ' " juriowtf
J. SI. PATRICK & CO.,
COTTON 3PS. OTOn-S
NO. 19 FRONT UOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
TTTILL give strict attention w au lyoiouu..
W la this market, or shipment.
orwYnrnctO Hope and
a"XZlr 1 r Pr0aPt,,iU0FATRICK fc CO.
CO TT ON F ACTOR
No. 5 Monroe Street, bcL Front Row &Main,
pARnenKSpa'idto saie and shipmentof
If Cotton snd other Produco
Bagging, Rope ana i-i.ui.nu-. .
lowest market prices.
jr. Ij. terser 9
iuroVTr Xr TTnnt.'R r6W AJIOUii.,
Dp Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis,
.. ... ,1. flllln. nrders fot
IWILL pay particular n"
Groceries, Bagging and Rope, fcc.
j. b. cBirnso.
Willi XlW www--
.1. C. GRIFFING & BRO.,
Mam Streot, Memphis, 'lenn.
Ill SJ.XWM w--
WW win furnish supplies to our hk" - j
and make advances on shipment to our friends "
- n.n.n..r. s. THEOBALD.
T. S. THEOBALU.-J- ,.nV,rt. KV.
Frankfort, Ky. nrrapnu, '
THEOBALD, GIUFIWU -"m
General Commission Merchants,
HO. 71 CAMP STREET,
InlvlSrd.wtf iVEW ORGANS LA.
L.BEASLEV A- W.LOTIBO.
BEASL.EY & L.Oiial,
iotnnTa-MinTitclbK ther with a full as.ortnwut of .oots suitable fot
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants ZJrl ,nExamtne oar stock befr n akiog,ourpur
awd nd von will nod thit we bive made no state.
NO. 12 FROJiT uun, m-i "'-
AT iTtflK stockef Rope and Rigging always oa hand.
nm am nu Pr bale, all other Produce at
mitance. All P, ounce lusuiw, - ------ - - -
E. DASHBELL & CO.,
For the Sale, Starage and Shipment of
n. n FROJIT ROW, .MEMPHIS, TEXJI.
A LL orders for Bagging, J;, ijj
'tSsntly atth. lowest current rates nE:w,T
,-,, , " I S. n. DUSICOUB,
J. T. STBATTOH, I J nosono.
STRATTON, McDAVITT & OO.,
ntlOCERS AND OENERAi
. j n(hn,l( Inctrnrt-
OlN. . . . . vtptv c.r.XTt
We continue to atore anu jcu -
On hand, a large stock of Power-loom and1 India Bag
rig Machtae ."dHindR.pe, together vnthaheavy sloe.
furnish to our cush. . ;vm.
WORTH of new and sessonsble
V fc r-a I II 11 I A, nrvivvn .nd FURNISHING
-V"VVin.,s. wo eirerat actus,
cost for cash and cash onfy, our entire stock of Clothing
and Furnishing Goods As the business must necked
up. and to do so the stock must bs sold, persons In want
fP,Goodln our line, will And It tj th;lr advantage to
give us a cau. . , -,.,v. v.rhi. ninck.
J,nl-3m ffc 2T2 aln street,
yy Enquirer copy three months.
rRASSIOLI r- WILLIAJISOS.
FRANSIOLI & WILLIA3IS0N,
and Retail Dealers in
Chtna,Glas and Earth
enwire, French and
German Vases, Silver,
Silver Plated, German
Silver and Britania
Ware, Fine Table Cut
Is3 Mnin Street,
Looking Glass Plates,
Tea Trays, Parlor
Lamps, Cbm Jailers,
Girandoles, fcc., fcc
ft. 15. liOCKE,
AnpHnTippr and General Agent,
AUCUOueLr itllU v&aaA". Q '
m? A T. "ESTATE BROKER,
""ft Is XiOlfl-iiJ JJ ' .
83 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD rJvLiA.no
TiARTICULAR attention to sales or wuniry
JT Property, Neg, Merchanaise, or .71'
JL rropnij, iitww., v-, - . v.
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, uemio
leasing rroiurt, a.
Storage and Consignments solicited,
w.vlne enzazed the services of Mr. J. K. CALDWELL,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, late of HuntsvUle, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to J'10"''
sil.s of every description. LIBERA I. CASH ADVANCES
MADE OK COSSIOKMEHTS.
3-Storage and consignments solicited.
PT 5. I am Agent for The Adams Express Oompsny.
Profitable and HOnOraWC Employment
IluuwuiKauii iiuuoiouit. u f rf
FOR THE WINTER.
TiERSONS In town or country In search of emplcymtnt
JT as a source or income, o' to nuupmcir ici.ui
mayh.arof such by enrlcing two sumps to ray post
age, to Proreror J MES T. HORNE. Box No. 4,551 New
v-.V Duf nrs T na SvTlTMTTTvSIl T. II niiru VU tlian
sutlon in life Immaterlii. It Is an article of iaUr
nA ..n K. m.nnf.HnrHl tn 1DV verSnn'S
dwelling; secured by copyrlgMj ssles as permanent as
Coar. An ajent Is wanted tn every town m tne union.
Jan21-ln ' ' ' -
jottlg, glMauraiiTSs fc
Tl AR-Ki.Ujtuu Adams street, ousosite Worsham House,
as a LAGKR BSER SALOON, ii whlth tcey will com-
m nc oil M -nlsy the 2d of Ftbruary. to give a spieiraiQ
LUSCII, (with a glass or Lar r Beer ) at the low rata 1 1
rir-rEEX rEKTS. Good SOOP will be wrvwl up at each
Lumh Lunch at hall-past ten o'clock A. M. every ds
Jsn31-dlm J. SCnWOOuoxa iiriitn.aAn
Corner of Main and Adams street.
THIS House is situated in too centre of busiaoss, '
I. tin. flr.uiwv! .ti.i in rnninMc order. The Proprietor
pledges .rrselt it shall not be surpassed by any House in
the somi west.
Rlne rr.tcfnt fnrlhn verv liberal nstronage bestOWOu
on him for the last two years, he hopes by a street attri
tion to Business to merit a continuance oi iwmiuu
oc7-tf J. J. WQRdllAM. l-rnpriewr
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON STS.
THIS establishment has Just undergone thorough re
pairs lu every department. Rooms newly paia ec
and papered ; bedding thoroughly renovated ; there Is net
even a mattress that is not new or equal to new; carpet
mostly new, fcc In oae word the house is tww in de
cidedly better oner than it has ever been slBColtwM
.t.m Vm- rr.iefni fr th. liberal catronage to the
Hou.e since I have occnpled It. aud having renewid two
1V. one on the House', the otter upon my age, I b
to jUe torlTe men .ttention than bsrelofora I
UV HI SAai- w immshw moj s-. . .
oc7-tf D CQCKRELL. Propritlor
Corner Main and Jackson-sts.,
ttttq .!vnr,vn natel. baviBechaaged hands,
and iKrn thorouibly repaired, andprovMed with
new Furnltsre, is now open far the aoomimoda-
i.n nt TtA.ril.r. m! Tr.velers.
n. ..vi.. rr. ...rit that every exertion will
be made on the part of the Proprietor to reader this
House lecond to none in West Tennessee. Havint active
and attentive Krvauts. and a table always furnished with
the best the country aCbrds, he coafHently relies .upon
glvlngentlre jatUfacUoa to allwbo may favor Wm with
their patronage. WM. K. BENNETT,
J3 Knq nlr-rcopy.
WORsiTAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under llie Wor
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Frnlts in their vwn Juice, Je"l.
Preserves, Sardlnrs, Lobsters, Spiced and Piclled Oys
ters. Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, nno Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Nuts &c . , .
. in conneciioa who iui.
tellshment I have lilted np an Oyster
-3.Si!oon.nd wllmceie FRESH
OTSTERS by every packet.
covl6-dly s r. usiwdriu.
P. H. HEINEICH & BE0.,
297 MAIN STREET,
KEEP constantly on band a large variety of PLAIN
and FANCT CANDIES CAKES, FraMs, Preserves,
etc , wholesale and retail. We are al.o prepaid to fur
nish parties at the shortest notice
X WUJjrvlsVI wasa war ' -
een open our LADIES' and
.GKNTLEMENS' OTSTKR SA
LOON from 9 o'clock A . a., to 12
o'clock i. i., and are receiving during the whole an,
FBESn0 sam r. sohcUare
B. W. ALEXANDER J- LA-'S"""
ALEXANDER & LANSING,
N03. 63 AND 65 LOCUST STREET,
Sc&ixrt Xiouis, IVTo.
J J. Mnrphr, Memphis
Barnett fc Walker
Cook fc Co., Memphis;
JAMES I.OW & CO.,
. KE ow receiving tbMr Slock of Dry (Ml for tb
iTAComlsg spring aaics, uj iuej
Urn ut dealers. Their purchases or American aome.u.
goods have been made nnder the most f svorabte eircanv
stances for ca-h. befere the advance, which will ena
ble them to oflVr loducemf nt 1 the partba of these
g.ods nt to be surpassei by any dry goods concern "
the United SUtes
We flatter ourselves to b able to -H Domestic Good
fully as lew as they can, at present, be porchas- d iroiu
th Dry Goods Commission nouses In the Eastern mar
kets We will have on hind of onr own direct Imparts
ion from Europe, a lsrgs and wtll-seleeted stock of Jac
onets Swi Mulls. Na.nsook.Mu l.ns. Cambric .Linen
t'ambrlc. Handkerchiefs H.iery Gloves, BBillJiBlack
tii..v .nJtrhiie. and Black nd O-sy Trints Frenct
Plat- Prints, English 4-lth;, PnrpMand Chocelat. Prints
ments thit we aro not f uiiy aoi io ma oou
BRADY tfc DAVBES,
GENERAL rOJIIHSSlOX JIERCILVNTSj
Main Street, LouisTiiie, i.y.,
TV TANUFACTURER'S Agent lor Jiacame any-, u.s-
1VX glng. J ans. L n'eys. ac.
A. O. SMITH.. ..B. T. aCTTIBIE....OEO. J. uLA.-u
SmH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
I FOTeiCn antt HOmCSllC l'lla)
AKD AOESTS rOH THE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 381 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE. KT.
J. HI. McFADDIiV & CO.,
(LATE TBIPLETT, STFADDIS fc CO.,)
No. 2S Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. L.OUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, nernp, Provisions, Flour,
Grain, fcc., solicited and promptly executed.
CM. JTABVEV B. HARTET.
C. 31. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
j-tri OUR personal attention .FS&W
-ri.-T -o-m be even to the Sole or I Hzmtissam)
EDiiV Forwarding of Goods or,
rtti. I . : ... fA am.
.i.irHi We will contract Frvlsht on the
abovet.rrwhipmtnt either by sail or steam vessels, at
lowest rates. .,vt
. 7 " " . bi1i.. .r.,1 i..orted Merchandise,
W have hid leversi years-
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP ALL KINDS, -47T
Main-Street, L.ouisvUlc, Ky,
H. rlTIOEBALD...CHAS. C. BILL.J. WOODWOBTTI.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(S-cccisors to Park, Simpson $ Co.,)
GrocerrJ, Produce Dcalcrsa
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Pront Row, Memphis,
Clerli's Sale of Ileal Estate.
1 William V. aaaeiwa, i h-miic i iium m.
Adm'rofrho, SSlmp- c r-..
tjursuantio & Decree of the oiicuit court of sir
Jt County, rendered .a lhe22i day of January. 1837. in
I ths a)-e cause, i win, on tne nrsi jtunuAi, ociug mi
2d day of Mirch next, In frontof the Court House door in
U.!iJh.T.nnM.ee. nrocectl to sell to the highest bidler.
m ACRES OF LAND,
Jth ,g DijtT,ct of SaeJbT ccly.
tB Bange 6. Sections I and 2. on the routh side of
u muj, Kcniu, , anus, on m rouia siuc oi
riyfT n-the 4me Land of which Themis S. Simpson,
Amf'A .1t1 .n,l TvitK.fMied
Tebms Ohe-halfcafh; the residue on a crrmi oi u
months, with bond and security trt the deferred payment,
jl. u i. airt Aiii, "-'
Wm. K- Postos, Att'y forr.tltlont.rs.
Fill. TITOS. IfP.T.l.F.R.
LATE of Tuscumbla vMibama. his located penasnent
ly in Memptir, nd oifcrs his services to the public
In all the branches of hlsprofesslon He has taken the
0faceher.tofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
.nd Doion streets Hiving recently made a careful and
general selection of Surgical Instruments, he is prepared
I for aU the operations of Surgery. Residence on Shelby
t.reft, oeiween u. jiuj u uanvu ..tcu.
ik m. nimnsr..
TTORNET AT .AW. Memphis, TVnn. Offlee oa east
f side of Main street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to F. Titus, McEwen, Harris & McNeill, J. D.
wmum.. W: B.-Mlller and Miles Owen. Memphis, Tenn.;
Moon, Titus fc Co.j New Orlesas. 'aai4-tf
' n- r-. . J.SCnWOOBsi S5r-
Uladaftoit jSttjjKw, (Sk.
. B. WIIiLlAiUSOAI,
f Succeito to IWllanion Hancock,)
PINE WINES, B BANDIES,
Mavana Cigars &c.
NO. 19 FRONT SOW, MEMPHIS.
Received tMs Day,
ABELS Mess Pets:;
60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
23 txree. Sugar-Cured Hams
20 kegs Shot, assorted sixes j
100 bt's Whisky.
All of which we will sen cheap far cash at N.
Front Row, Memphis.
Jnlyl S. B. WILLIAMSON.
TnE subscribers keep on hand the foOowlBg articles,
which they warrant to be of first qa.niy, and for
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver fc Co.'s Improved Cotton Glas;
Wagons, Northern andSeaihtrnmWa8tare
Ilour, SaK, Whisky and Tobacco ;
Sugar, Cotfte, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead ;
Brandies and Wines, superior artMe J
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris ;
Together with a gf neral assertsaeat t aa articles usu
ally kept In a Grocery store.
- GWTNNE fc GIBSON,
jnlyl Nos. 1 aad 2 Exchange BusMlng.
j M W GO QJDS:
emporium: op pashion,
And Ladies' General Furalshing, Cloak
and Mantilla Establislinunt,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are now receiving and opening one of
the largest and most mtgniOcrat stocks of,
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods, fi
ever b-ormht to this oity. Also, a very select assort
ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new Si'.ks, Cah
meres, Marenos, DeLaines, and a Urge variety of all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aarttcular attention ts ear Millinery Drpsrt
rarut, consisting of Chenille, Mom and Cncut Vrivet,
Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnet, ; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $6,000
worth of nne French Embroideries, IV a! Thread, MalUse
and Glmpure Laces; all styles of
Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladles' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Dresses, Ladles' and Misses' Shoes, Cor.ts, Kid Gluves,
Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress
es, &c, fcc.
Jf. D. Embroidering and Stamping done, Cloaks anf
Dresses made to order In a few hoars at cheapest prices
Ladies, please call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl N. STll.LMAN fc CO.
. F0RMERLT of the Arm of Mooney &
5?5reen, would rerpectf ally say to hlM
S-S friends and custnniers tbit he is still al
TCySthe old stand, with a good sappiy of Fruit
Iros, consisting of
kin TL-TOkerrv. Strawberry and Grapo Vines, la va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreesrs, Green House
Plants, Bnlfcoos Roots, Rhubarb aad Asparagus.
Orders from a artiance, aooompaaKo ww mr onra
on a respectable merchant at Memphis will be panctuaDy
attended to and all plants guaran: ! dto order and de
livered any pait of the city, free of charge.
Nursery on Main street, aouta jiempais.
octU-16m Receiver of M.wacy fc Green.
TO I10RTIGUL 1 URISTS AND PLANTERS,
A KHUN irriviwJ
. 1 . ,..11. hmI-J ik. .Il-.IU
f fj-t Ol JlCBipoia auu s u Hynumh mmm.i, .- -
4 -Tr the season lor transpsanius r run am w-
E32S.TfV aamental irees In f st approacbiag. Grea"
NlrSSfSa additions have been made In every desnrt-
txeui. inure particularly asms Fraits. A more select
ind varied collection his never been oCerd for sileln
the Southwest, censbtiag In part of over one hundred
Catiwbs, Isibella, Ohio. Scupperaeag, Cliiorata. etc
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooaeberries, etc.; Eng:lsh Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
Pecans, Chesnuts, 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 dition o the above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Bulbs, of all kinds. In aHueqaerw of hiring to
move most of my stock on hand, I nllisHI It very low.
Purchistrs may rely on everything being what It 1,
rmrM.ninl. ind sales raav be effected on very favarabk
terms" by applying at the Garden and NurseTy, near the
rtiiim.d n-.tk.-t or mareniinc
-i!Jtn S. M. WHEATON.
p. s. During my absence from the city, all orders will
meet with prompt attention ir leit at uw store oi
S. M. W.
Gentlemen'1 s I&atsf
THE NEW STYL.E FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BT
FasIilonaWe Hatter, 75 Front Rovr.
10,000 PARES OF
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT
octlS-ly No. 75 Front Row.
FSTR AYS SHELBY COUNTY.
TAKEN un by sure y itcaoii, on tue 191a
day of January, 1S57. a sorrel MARE, about
fllteen hinds high suppo-ed to be about twelve
r thirteen vears old. Mazl face, both bird
feci wblw up to the bock a small saddle mark on her left
tide and wind broken Valued at $12. Also, a lkht bay
HORSE MULE, fourteen hands high, three years eld, a
strip running down e.ch shoulder and along the back,
.n. mehed and tail shaved but grown out igiln. Val
ued at 375. 5ato Heajil resmes ai ureeu wiwui, ui.
miles East of Bale gh , . .
p.v-n nn hv R.nl.min Rath on tb. loin day of Jsaua-
iqsr. a brown MARE, seven years oW 14M bands
high, wtlts spot on tha nose, both hind fet t white. Val
ul at 35. Said Ca.h resides In the 10th Civil District,
.t.t tT,rmiwriii.r Germinlown.
Taken rp by K. J. B. L. Winn, on the lOlh day of Feb
ruary 1SS7 a bright bay nORSE about ten years old,
sixteen hands high, left hind It white. Valued at $85
nid on nw sa'Ule and bridte SaMWian resides in the
city of Memphis, fith Civil District.
A. S TH0MA3,
febl5-w2t Raeger Shelby county.
53 3 O , O O O WOB.TH
CHEWING AND SMOKINf TOBACCO,
At Manufaeturer'a Prices.
AMONG which may be found
Wm Crempton's ctlebra'ed brands, Lynchburg ;
Hexderson and Holconibe brands, "
Dr. James Saunders' " Harry of the West, fcc. "
0. Ford's Anna Rice, fcc, "
, R. J. wade's Grants, "
- m . i. i. (-m,m.( nlvSirirnn TtLrtimnnd t
jas. uuulo,sl. o uisawM, J . w , . ' '
Cosby fcWlnlrfe's Star f lticam-arnae ox ,a. -A.
Dill's Fig. Mayfliwer, fcc '
Coleman Wortbam's " C. W. Iris, " "
nardgrove' "Indispens.bl. i.c.,
O M. Co-by. fC. M. Cosby branJ) Daav He,
Withers fc'Ayres' Toant America,
W T. Southerllns' brand,
K. P Richardson " Old Caswell, " ReedvWe, N. C.
wi.w . ..... w.,if Ar ooitnao brand, too numerous
to mention, aUof which win be sold at INVOICE PRI
CES, to close conlgnraents.
Every article wirr.mcu ucsu
frsm the factory. ,.
J B. SUAivTlb, WHec . ....,,
deca-lwdaw3m No. 25 Madison street.
C. C. MAYDWELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OPPICE,
WHERE can no lounu m ucsci-iiitiwi oi urave vtora,
which will be famished a, cheap as it can be got
In sny market n est. Ait9, fluuuiu n mm. vuuu afr snot.
notice. ... - . .
It is to the interest or an persoiiawaauugsucnwora io
purchase irom tat, jaiu. . tcuiiui. iu.tMtti yuiu..-
lng rrom Ageiis, a. iik .iiui,n(i u.vo ui uu, tu.
twenty per cent, that Is psld Agents to the work sold by
them. Southerners, look to your Interest.
dcc3-daw6ra u. u. jiaiuh kll
Carriaiff e Fact or yT
THE ua-lerslgned have opened a Carriage Factory on
KMnnd street, between Washington and Adams
streets, wl ere they are prepared to Minufscture snd Re
pair Carriages st the sbortes' notice. All work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share of public patron gs
JiBJ-ly - L S. BURR fc CO
100 Barrels Flonr,
"TTARIOCS brands, from the best Extra to Suptrflne,
. Y, fsrsawpy. . . ; . n.ii,
octn ' ' J, , . MUa street,
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
1 I JL Jl O & 1$ a
OPEN TO COR1WTH.
ON and after .Yap. IS, 1E56. TliKOl UU MAU.TUA1K
will leave M uiphii, DAILT at 70 A M , arriving
at Corinth at 12:30 r. M.; at Somervill. at 10.00 a. m.
KetarniK Leave. Cotinih at I r. m. ; SemervineI3
T. St. AifivsatMfS3phuat7 00r. ar.
"Ibli Train coaaects at Corinth with a doaMe Dally
Use of flrttdaas-Post Coaches to the term iocs of the
(.Eastern Division of the Memphis aad Caartestoa Rail
road. Theace by Railway direct, and ceaneasjons sure
with all Eastern cities'.
Staalag' redaewl to forty milts, and. track-laying pro
THROffSn TICKETS said to the toBowlng points:
. . NA6UVJIJ.K,
ThlsTrabaateoeouneeis with tho MisslMippt Csntral
RaUroad to Cosly Sprtags, OzMrd, Grenada, Canton,
Jackson, fcs., &c
AXoceaaoet atGraad Junctien Station with Tsnaes
see CentrU.Bairsasl to Bolivar, Jackson, HsBtlngdoa
aad other places.
Aboconaeets at Pocahontas with Tri-Weekiy Lice of
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Ostombas,
IHKOUGH TO NASHVILLE IN 34 HOURS,
Via tne MtropMsaad Charitou. Naviile aadChatta
rxega RailroaJs only miles of Stagtsg, against
3.f3tO ' y any other rvotr.
Tae ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN raas dally (ex
cept Sundays) between Memphis and the Janet isn with.
the Mississippi central sanreaii:
Leaves Junction 7.00 A. il. ; arrlvts at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r. at.; arrives at the Junction
6:00 r. 21.
Freight Trains le ve Memphis fer Pocahontas DAILT
at 7 a. M . Doors close at 4 p. sr.
Through Tickets only, on the above Routes, can be ob
tained at the Commercial Holei, as well as Informansn
coaaected with the Road.
Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before en
tering the cars, aad save payment e4 extra fare.
Baggage checked to all staUoasos the Railroad, and
no Baggage win be received withoat betBg checked.
Each passenger win be allowed seventy-Bve pounds of
bsggsge byRaitread, aad sixty poasMis by Stage; bat no
article will be carried as baggage that is not incident to
the persoa of the passenger. In case of loss the Com
pany win heM themselves reepeas&io for an amount not
Negroes, when travetiag sioae, mast have a permit, na
mios the point to wbrKh taey are- to go, andspeetfying
that thoy are U travel by TaMrosa, or they will not be
ep2t Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Wasliinston, New
Yorlt, Pliiladelpliia, &c.
Direct Through Line for the East!
Baltimore and Ohio
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (376
roues,) and to Washington, (400 miles,) aaj presents
the t attest advantages both, as a freight aad passengei
liao, it rem through wild aad romantic regions of thi
ADegBenlea; and bring sotidiy constructed, eompietei)
equipped and carefully managed, is one of the most at
tractive and safest Railroads IB th United States. The
Central Ohio Railroad, from Coinmbas and Zaaesville to
Wheeling, unites thi road with all portions of the West
The only Tnaouon Tickets thou Mzatrnts,
Louisville aad St. Loots to the National me
TKorOLls, are sold by this read, which raas direct U
Washington without the delay of passing throagh Batti
more. It is also the only tia. by which baggage can be
cheeked to Washington from tho Onto river.
JT-Bj ike mail BOUTE from Memphis, take the mall
steamers, running daily fer LoaUvaw, eoasectiag: there
with mail steamers er JeCersvavale Railroad fur Ossein.
sail, when thoy arrive so as to connect with the cars ol
Utile Miami Railroad for Coiuntbas, connect there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark aad Zaaes-
vitte, to Wheeling. By the express train or tfew route,
the time from CtaeiaaaU to Baltuaow and to Washingtes
is less than 27 hoars.
sor. to ask far tickets by the Balttssere aad Ohio
-?Paasen8ers from Measpeis go tag East taroagh &t
Loan, caa buv Throagh TtckeM by Ua BastinvM aad Ohio
Railroad. This roate lays through Viacenaes, Terra Haate,
ladiaaapoiis, etc., to Wheeling, aver (he new ua and
Mlssissurot aad ct,nnactuig RomIs. Tbcm coaaactiuas
. indirect, aad the lime irum at. iai, o jununort
or Washinaton is but aboal 43 hoars. Throagh TickCti
by this route raay be had of the Agent, naaer toe riaa-
let's House, at tao zouowrog rases : rne ai. iwo u
baltimore SSi to Washington S26.
At Wheeling the pas.eugrr takes the superior cars ol
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times
daily for Baltimore, WasbntoB, PMUdespbla and .New
Tork. Throagh la it or i l sours, isusmibs stoppage..
Fur safety, sneed. ngalanty, beauty of the coantry, aac
gsaeral eomlort, this road is second to aoa in the Union.
FREIGHTS. rats company pooseaaes lae iargei
ea stamen t or any Railroad in the United Statos, aad it
prepared to do aa immense Durness in iranpuruiuoii.
The nnd makes immiiate connection at the wharves and
in the streets of Baltimore with the Kauroad to Piuladel
nhia aad New Tork. steamers mt Ertcsoa and Balti
alOBE STEAMSHir Llnas, by Canal aad Sea to New
Tork. aad by aw Merchants' aad Jtinen.' Line to Boston
steamers to Norfolk, Charieatoa, Saran&Ji, fcc For
particasars, see imght tariST, copies of which may be haa
ut tae rvrwararag uoases in uie n est, oro- j. ihkv,
Receiving aad Forwarding Agent at Whee.ing.
WM. S. WOJDSIDE,
Master of TraasportatinB, Ualtiraore.
A. T LAVALLKTTK,
an25-ly A sent, 51 Frontltaw, Memphis.
ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND
To th.e North, and East!
Through in Three Days and a Half to
B A I Ij M O A B:
Froa Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Hours,
Without Break of uuagt or Change of Cert or
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New Tork, Boston, and aU Eastern
and Atlantic Clttrs. Only two change of Cars from
Gilro to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New
Tork, forty-Bine hoars. Fare as low, and comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
hot subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana and
Ohio, to the Eist and North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, aad the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers fer Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, fcc., and with a splendid Line of First Class
SUamers for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Celling
unml Toronto. Ac.
"rains Icive Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol
6:06 A. JL, Chicago and Doaleita Express, Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light
ning Express, over Michigan txntral, Great Western and
New Tork Central Railroads, through la thirty-cue hours.
This Train also connects al Sandoval with Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Louis and Vlnornnes; at
Pna. with Trains cf the Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis Kauroaa. xor lautaaapotts, kquistuio ana itinera
nitl; at Decatar, with Maia una Express for Galena.
Dunlelth; the latter connecting with Trains to Sprtag
Sdd, Naples, Rock Island. Burlington and Qulncy.
6:10 r. a!.. New Tots: isxpres. aaiuruays excepted.
Stonnlnz only tt important Stations, except on Signs!.
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur to
Danleith, sad arriving at intcago atz r. M.
Passengers fer the Upper Mississippi, will find at Den-
leltb, steamers of the Dunklth and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, fcc. Passenger,
f or JaaesvUle and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con-
nectat Freenort with Trains to Beloit and Janesvlllc. anu
f rtta thenco to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. The Maps and Charts Indicating tho Great Central
Route to the North aad EaUare aaexact transcript of
Col ton's Map of me united states, aad passengers are
requested to examine this routs as well as the ruining
time card, of the connecting Roads, and Judge fer them
selves as to the correctness of the above statements. The
open lug of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi aCbrds to the p.easure traveler,
a. well as the business man. attractions and facilities
for reaching the North aad East, which surpass those of
any other roate whatever. The arxoraraoda'ions fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
eling public ths permanency of the road aad structure.
the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves to those wao desire la traveling sveen.
contort and sefettt.
' I.T- u, , f.rnn rrtT nw TV t V wtlh 11, r,.tlri
of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad OSces oa the tine.
A. T. LAV AJUL&l jri, AgCBl,
lun4-lv Memphis. Tenn.
Clioice Irisn Potatoes.
No. 5 Monroe strtet.
Hnsclntr, Bale Rope and Twine
CuaxAMLi oa nana ana ror sue oy
octss atonrae sireev
k NEW, light, elegant oad cheap Patent SPRING
XI. mattress, for sue by
n. JT. GROSVINOR.
A SUPERIOR assortmsnt of Pianos and Meledeons.
Jsst received by
H. M. GROSTEN0R.
TTJTT received, 130,000 Cigars, ranging la price from
. " " : ' ' IT. Tt POTTER.
'dsclS "'- Uala-it:, dsor-North Wonhxa'Housa
.J i"-a6Ji5 ..rrK :
1 OOK. TO YOUR INTEREST !
i mi rsr xz
THR0CU TICIiETS TO GRENADA.
Fare lciucei to G 50,
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING e mHes south of Holly Spring,, having
on.ysixiy sis miles of Staging the cheapest, moot
p rasant, and qatczest route by f.om four U ten hours.
On this route tho staging is bat on mile farther than
oa the Panula roate, a' though the latter Is represented tc
x bat Sfty-two mires stag and Siteen boa thranca.
Te true distance over t a Panola route Is Blxty-Cv-miles
la a few weeks the Mississippi Ostra! BsHroid will W
ex'taoVd to the TaUahatcbie river, still shorten lug the
staging seven miles less Travelers wit! look to their
con fort aad pocket. A word to th wise 1- safOdest.
$3 For Tirkets or information apcit to SIMS fc CO.'S
An-nn, it the Railroad, SI age and Omnibus Ticket Of
nco, Comraetesal Hotel. fcU2t-dtx
MISSISSIPPICENTRAI. AND TEN-
OPEN from Junction with Memphis aad Charleston
Railroad lu Black's Station, four an t one-half raLe
N'orth. of BoHvar, and twenty-two mass South frora
Lraves B-div.rDAILT (Sundays excepted) at :10;
Arrives at JuBctloa at 6:30,
CoMseetlag wlih 7 AM. Train Into Memphis.
Retarsiag, leavM Jaactien it 10 A. Jl., or a arriva.
f Mail Train frm M'raphl. arriving at Black's Stailou
at 12:18; coaneetlPf at that poiat wHh Wjly'. tine af
Coacae. f.r Jaekson and Nash vil'e via H-nitnrton, and
with Norwood's lin'of Coaches to Jackson ad Nashve,
pin LexiBgtoa. CHrton, Waynesboro, Mt Pleasant. Ca
'ambla. and from Spring Hut by theTenaeajee and Ala.
bjb RaUroad Also, wlih . E. Smith's Mao sf Ac
Leave. Black's Station rUuy (Sundays excepUd) at 1:19
r. K , rLnectiagit Grand Jnncti.n with Mall Trala,
arriving at Memphis at 7:44 r . M.
ReturaiRt leaves Grand Junction on arrival of Accca.
moditloa Train from Mrm;hls, it:t5r. at , arrlvingat
Bolivar at 855.
Passengers for any of he above named points by this
route wid have less Staging than ky any otb r.
tehgl R. P. NEELT. Snpt.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Opon to Como.
ON and alter Monday, January 12tb. IS57. THROUGH
MAIL TRAIN will leave Memphis daay, (Sundays
-xcped,) at 7:30 A. M., arriving it Como at 10:05 a m
RMaraiBg,Jives Como at 113:10 a. X , and arrives si
Mem pin ill p il.
This Tram osaaects at Como with J. P Mcllexasder fc
Co daily line of First Class Post CoKhes for Panola
and Grenada Staging reduced to 42 miles between Mem.
phis and Grena- a throagh m 15 hoars. The travellrg
poetic a ay my on this being a shorter and cheaper roate
to Gieaada, Canton, Jacksoa and Vickburg than as?
The FREIGHT TRAIN wffl make caHt trim. JSrr.rm
excepted.) Irja aad after Moeday, the 19th- of January
to Como. It wUl be expected that conslgns will have
r aagemests made to receive their goods at the station
on arrival, as the Cumpa-y have only temporary arranie-
ui-ut. in uus( uit si i.-njau, ana wm not bo respon
sible for the loss or damage to the same at that stitlon.
ruKupn are rrqocsiea io punb.se tickets before
oateiiBE the cars, aad save payment f extra fare.
Baggige checked to all stations en theRadrcad, and no
bsggagewtt! be recelvtd wHbout being chrcked. Zc
passenger will be avowed ltO pound of baggage by Rali-
roBo. uw w pounu. uj .use, du. no article wm be car
ried as baggage that is not Incident to the persoa of the
In ease of less, the Company will hold themselves rs
lausMiUe f sr aa amount not exceeding $50.
Jj-Nf groes, when traveling alone, mast have a permit
naming the pi. tot to which they are to go, aad specifying,
that they are ts travel by Railroad, or they win cot be
carried. . v piTRICZ.
From Memphis to Jackson, 83 80.
From Jlemphls to Nashville, $10 50.
Via Jackson, WaynesDoro and
CONNECTING near Brownsville with the Memphis
and Ohm Railroad and at Thompson with tho Tea
nesseo aad Alabama Railroad. This is the cheapest route
to Middle Tennessee, and travelers are assured that no
pains or expense will be spared to render them coniorta-
ate. Tae ceacaos nerses ana drivers are saserior.
Ov line connects at Jacksoa with J. W Sarrand Si
Co.'s line ef four borse post coaebes to Nashville.
niyio .NORWOOD fc FORTUNn.
N. B. FOREST,
HEALER 1 SLAVES,
No. ST Adams-st, Mempnis, Ten .
HAS Just received from North Carolina,-,
tweaty-tlveliki-iy yeang negroes, to which heap
desires to call the attention of purchasers
.ilewillMin the regular receict of neroes
tr,m North and Saath Caroliaa every month. Hi. Ne
gro Depot is one of he most complete and commodities
rsUMbemeatJ. of the kind to the Southern country,' a"i
his regaialiuai exact and syst matlc, cleanliness, nr-tt-nes
aad co-nfort being strictly observed and enfuted.
nts aim is to furnish to cuaterrcrs A. 1 servanta aad
flM hands, soaad and perfect in body and mind Ne
grow takn oa coamission. aa2l
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
MCMISSVILLE. TE3N., Jaauary IS, 1S57
SEALED PROPOSALS wil be received at MrMiaavias
aatil March ldih. 1S57 for the Gndinc Masonry a-d
Bridging of sixty miles ox the Soutcwtstrra R.Hrad.
commencing .t MeMinaviiie. the Southern terminus, and
ram,!- g North through Warren, Wuie and Putnim
ceaatiesteLtvtBcston, In Overtcn county.
The character at the work I heavy, com: rising a largo
amoant of rock excavation, several heavy jobs or Bridie,
raavtnry aad twelve hundred lineal fett of floors os
Proposals for the above work m y be made by sections of
mile one each, or for thirty, or the whole sixty mbes la
ciadiaslrin tiactlsyiug, depot truiidlnas, and all the
ejnlamet.t necessary ror operating tha roai when ecu
Plans, maps, profiles and specifications may ha scsa,
and all other informs teen obtained at the Engineer's
wfflcc after Match 1st, at MeMinnviUe, or before thattsso
hyaldresslagmeat the Engineer's once of the MobL-o
aad Ohio RaHread, Jackson, Tenn.
feb3-dtll0raar Engineer in charge.
TUST received st oar new stand. No 221 Mila street.
fttJ. WINSTON, CHURCHILL fc CO
H. C. CAYCE & SON,
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 25 Madison Street,
PARTICULAR attention wW be given to all sales is tc
city or coaatry, of Negroes, Rral Estate, Merchaa
.ise, Furniture, Land Scrip, Stock, fce. All kinds Rest,
in? and Leasinc Prunertv. etc Star.ee .nd rrn-t.,.n-
raeatslbliciied from al sections.
Re'urning our grateful acknowledgments forthevrry
liberal patr nage brretofsre received, we now pledge oct-
s.ives. nivingticierminea on making Mrmphis ourpar
miaent home to double oar dilig-aca if -wssltle, as
tbiok with twenty years experience la the frsdf. the la4
el. ven In Memphis, we ought to be gradsates, and lr.
cooadent we ran giie, as ws think we have deso.
REFEnENCES A. O Harris U Co.. R. A. Parker. 3. h.
Lamb fc Co , W. Howard, H. K. Faras worth fc Co , Gj.
Flaherty fc Bro. . I. B. Elrtland. R. C RInkley. Eso. P.
Graham, Esq., Co.. R. TVpp, Dr. Sim. Gilbert, Meas-
phis; Baldwin fc Starr, N. T TXnlsen fc. Son W L.
Bruce fc Co., Ciadanatl; Tos. T. Read, Esq., I. Cassl-
dy. Louisville; Messr Dancan. Rawllngs. B P. Skteit's
fc. Co.,Tbos. B. Winston, ew Orleans; R.M. Splcer k
Co. fM J'
Life-SIze, in Oil Colors.
WM. F B 5JS
HAS opened bis STUDIO in Clark's Marble Balldl r.
where he wOl be praised to see those that wish :e
employ h's pencil.
53- Pertralts also painted from Daguerreotypes Jd
L TAKEN up at my hnse, one BAT HOSti-Jt,
M3enhJM foot white. Hid on new saddles!
' FvrWH. Tn.inir. X T R V. WUV
JanlTtf o. 231 Mita-f
Clerk's Sale of Slave.
John B. Prrsoas Cyntha Per-
sons, ana Jtiry i-ersoa s, mi-1
...... a. In... T.. I
de.i. t,-, ih ei, x-parte petition to -4T
next friend and Guardian, I aiT
Starky Reddlt. j
PURSUANT to a decree ef the Circuit Court of Sbeiby
county. Is this cause rendered cn the 31st -a. tf
January last, I will In front of the offlee ct JosialHut
Esq , in the city of Mem his, on FRIDAT, tho 20th Csrf
of Marcn next, sell at public auction the loHowlnt de
scribed sis ve, vis: ANDERSON, aged about seveat sa
years. Terms cash.
D. L. STEWART CeiVand Miller
Jqtn nALLVar. Sol for Petitioners feb24wst
Clerk's Sale'of Slaves.
Wm. Manning and Wlie.Ma y
Knxabetn. rnos sauaders,
John Saanders AaronS.cn-
uers. -icnn.ssee saunaers.
James B. Saunders, m nors, I s
Sx-psrte PetlUcn '
sell Slaves far divlaicn.
oyinetr next mend, John
PURSUANT to a decree of the Circuit Crnrtof Ss It
county, la this cause rendered on the ,41st d. r
January last. I wiH la front of the Court House'doof. I
the town of JUIeigh on SATURDAT, the2Isr dl, sf
Msrcb next! sen to the higtest bidder, tisffoUowlrxjU-
scribed slaves, to-wit: ;
FiLLIS, aged about 23 years, and her chBdrei
JULIA. 5 A
JOE. " " 2 '
i Terms One-hilf cash, and the- reside o wtrr
morths credit from davef ssle, with bond and got ' se-rurlty,-and
a lien letalnedcnthe slaves until the Oetr
redpajmeat is made. , ,-
M D. L. STEWART Clerk and M asl. r.
: JLC".-ITAUI( Sol's MftPtt'ls: fs.S24.wJt