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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TENN., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1857.
VOL. yn. NO. 306-
BY M'CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
8 BUSHED DAILT, TRI-WiSKLT AND WKKOtTbT
JJCO. - M'CLAXAHAN, LEOX2DAS TROUSDALE,
KM. St. HUTTOJT, BENJAMIN F. DILL,
CI023 TBI ITTLE AND TIKM-Or
M7CHaANAHAN, HUTTON & CO.,
to Triton all letters on Bcsixess, ce otiiee-
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an a4Taaretter stated rate .
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lsrc type, charged double rates.
-5- Yoarly adrrtlrr wl 1 b- charged extra far cca
pyg spas er.r contract, aBd whea large Trrr Is re
tr4 to be ased, or the adrertteeaest kept oa inside of
iy Tearlr advertteera wDl be ebaigH extra atreralar
rate tor Wanta, Ren's, Removals. Copartnenbip No
Uen. T Oenslgsees. &c.
J3-iRASatEST ADVERTISISO MUST SE PAID TOR
t-f Se adTerttsraient will appear in tie Weesly paper
oalt by pe-a; oeatrart.
XS A4rrttets to be iaierted is the Weeily paper
eatr. or at irregular isterrals in either of the papers, wiL
be charged $1 per rqare far every hwertion.
X3r ABBoanelng candidates for Stat?, Geaoty and Ma
jituso il oae, $5 each, to be paid ia adraace in every
X3T AH avertieaents for Cbaritab Istltsilens,
Fire Ctaapini's, Ward , Town, and ether PBhUc Meettegs,
ta h)' charged hplf price.
X3T Marriage and Deaths irt pchHhed as oewr ; but
OMMarka. Triaatei of Respect and Faaeral Invitatioss
s other admrtiseaeats.
J3 AH Legal as Transient Advertisements wHl be
zhareed ay the tef ertion.
Sdltersal Notices in Local (Maaa wiK be charged
jJ-NodedaciienorvarlaUoa win be made from the
feregotas rates. KeCLAXAHAN. HOTTON i CO.
Ti. O. RITES,
ATTOBNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Tan. OSes in the Pssi Office BaiidieE.
ABbaelBessentrBSledtohis carewii; receive promjt
asd taHhtal attentioa. Oillectloos p'oeaptly raa 1b the
nrroaadiag coeaties of West Tennessee, Miulssippi and
J. A. ANDERSON.
A'TTORNET AT LAW, Meaphls, Tenn. Office In
A Wafter'a BeHdlng, over MansaeM'a Drag Store,
Mrtn street. JaalO-ly
DK SAMUEL GILBERT, Sr.. has returned to bis oM
haes4ead near MeaphK and reopened his Infirm
ary ad wfll remain perm tnenUy. He treats the follow
ai'oBWilc Dlseans : Cancers. Scroffula, Whi e awenirg,
Taaars and Wen,, without Sargical operations. He also
treats aB Chronic Female diases. S res of losgMandlBg
Tetter, Ebeasatlsis, SyphUls, and a3 ferns of Mercmia!
AOectMBS. , . . ,.
Br G. deems It unaeeewary to say more, as he has Uv
Bg witaee of hU success from Maine to Oregon.
BENJAMIN HOYFCOTT, Dentist.
HATIKO prepared myself wen In practice
DentlsLy inMemphts I retpectf ally solicit
ishe patronage of au wno may neeu aij :r
r.... itw Dental line, and bind myself to
Derform all .perations on the Tem, ana luseri aiiiuii
Teeth in the most approved style as weH as it can be
dose la this or any other country.
Oflce oa Main street, opposite Worsham Hease.
. W. AREE.
.H. M. ACBEE.
G. W. & H. M-ACKEB,
DEltTiaia. umcc uuwu ivi vw-..
tret, between Main aud Front Bow,
' All Dsntal Operations performed with
the htaMpeifibie pain. Diseases of the Alveolar "coesa
Bd Gams treated in the most skillful Manner. Fall or
parttel Sets of Teeth set en Gatta Percha or Gold, with
the latest improvements, and OUAB.ASTIED.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
Cronorol Xnaaxci .sont.
TT71LL attend persoaaUy to thelocattag of Swarp Land
W Scrap and Warrant a la the Jacxseaport asd Helena
XMstrlets, seUng Land and paying Taxis.
B Graiam.Memphls,Tecn. A. S. Haey. Little Rockj
R O BrtaklCT " MaJ T. Mull, Mlts.J
5: .r J?sZ.Tl .. J. vorton & Co.. N. O.l
T Lan. fc Oo ', " J. A- Roasseau, LaQraxge,
. B apW 2 J
a. W. Beard. Jatksonpert; Pool iWaUonaeksenpart
.tsct -rtrr HEWITT
. ... u... h- -.metnle that Ihere Is
w W rota, m lu cywrm. jsm.
dome ?rm FtPl umoe. xwww w e
lii.r X-IaE.A V J .
. B. Slaston. . Adams. Bk- Hjwrd countj.
R. SomervMle. Ei., F T. MacllB, En.,Tlpton county.
J. L We, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
T ATE at Hardeman eoesty, having removed to Mera-
tlon hsase. aesweirce u "" ,7 i, '
betweea St ratnea ana ft- jih-
R. F. EOONEY,
A TTRNET AT LAW. Of .vrr C. .
. C- TtROTTN.
ATTORN ET AT I-ltW, Marion, Ark., Practices In
Phtmp", OriMendea, Miesiselppi, Green, Randolph,
LawnaVpendesKe, Jack, FetessU, St.Francu
sad Mao ooaaiiem, m "
.....XD. A. EEECnER.
noV7T-i at LAW. Memphis, Tennessee. Otaee,
No 21 JeffrrsMi uree.
SMITH P. BANRHEAD,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Mempats. Teaa. Office In tbe
Post Oflce Block, ever Aydlett k. Co., third story.
Dr. R. IASE.l,
LATE Staff Physidn and Di-ector of several Hospitals
cSmany, wmVr of dUfcrent Madteal Societies
H .V.rTrt I- located ia the city of Memphis, and of
fors Ms slrvloes totbe pabUc as PhyeiclaB, Accoacber,
sadBKal operations in Ssrgtry. .
SrZZTL w.Aimton street, between Mala and
R. T. RIOHARDSOH.-W. W. WHEATLEY..M. A nlCOI.
Ricnardson, Wlieatley & Higgs,
EfelOBNETS AT LAW-Of3ce on the corner Second
J aad Oonrt streets. Memphis. Tenn. ocll-ly
JOHN A. NOOE,
A TTORNRT AT CAW. Office In the Post Oflce BnHd-
X lag, Memphis, Tcna.
HASK.EI.L. & SEARCY,
ATTORKET AT LAW, Memphis, Tennesw. Wm.T.
Basketl aad Robert Searcy have ssclated them
..i t-uk- In lhe tiractlce of Law. Offlc. In the
ATTOP.NET AT LAW, Oevlngten, Tenn. All buitee c
entrusted to his care wHl receive prompt atteatlc.
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., win practice
" aBhe Courts cf Memphia and the Western Dis-
U0TfflUu"hof Court Square, adjoialng that of the
GhTnoery Court CKrk. mull-lT
EGBERT II. OSBORNE
T- TILL practice Law In tbe Courts of Hardeman Fay
W&!ttPtonind Shelby, al in McNs'ry and Har
filr counties, snd In the Supreme O-nr. at Jackson. Al!
husiuess entrusted to him wiT rec-Ive prompt and faith.
I2n m- vftico Is in the Chancery Clerk's offl.ee.
BnHva" Haroemaa cotmty.Ttaa.
JOHX P. FARHELLY,
ATTORNET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Tenn. Office corner of Mala and Jefferson streets.
0TEertrlSn6M 'nenry Plrtle, W. F. BaBock and Messrs.
A. L. PbetweH & Son, Louisville. Ky.; Hon. JamMPryor
, irr.rror. ABowav & Co.. and Moses
Or, New 65S M. Apperso.
ENCOURAGE HOME IXDUSTRr.
Main-St., 3d Door below Union,
ARB prepared to fill all orders la tbe 1
Home Carpentering aoa nronnre oaii
ooiwlih neatneta aoddlpatcb.
Benalrinc and Vamnbing execnted In
tbe lt tyle. We warrant all work done In our inop.
GIt. ns a call. feb7-4a
R. MILTON MCKNIGHT, late of New Orleans, bat
Ikwek associated with ns In tbe Grocery and Com
munion Bnloej dating from tbelit Inst Tbe atyleof
the firm wiU hereafter be GATES, WOOD &MCKN1QHT.
Mempbia, Feb. 10, 1857. GATES WOOD.
S. M. GATES A. M. WOOD M. M'ESIOHT
GATES, "WOOD & McKNIGHT,
G V o C G V S , V O l u c c
NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHU.
A GENTS Ht'ard Powder Company; Colllera White
j Lead and Oil Company, St. Louis ; for sale of Ll
erpool Silt 'tb"-
Bono &. co.,
NO. 2 nOWARD'S BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
NOTICE NEW FIRM.
WE have thi rty asoclitd with as In baslnrss Mr.
GEO V TROTTER, 'ate of Pomervlile.Tenn. Tbe
stylo of oarh . will be HANCOCK, CLARK A. CO.
We wool tepertfolly solicit from oar patreni a coatln
natlM of their patronage, as we will, at all limes, keep a
large and veU selected stor k of Gnxrles and Produce,
which we sell cheap. Call and wm. ...,.
Memphis. Febrasry 1. 1S57 Itbl
A S. HAHCOCE....R- O.CLABK-...OEO W. TROTTER.
LateWiMamtoafc LateAydlett& Late of SomerviUe.
HANCOCK, CL.ARK. & CO.,
tTlioIerale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, HOPE, BACOU", IiAED,
AIT TTlnrid of iroduoo,
NO. FROXr ROW, MEMPHIS, TSXN.
J. Co JACOBI & CO.,
(No. 32S Main, bet. Cnkra and Gayo!o-its.,)
Importers and Manufacturers ol
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGAKS ABD TOBACCO.
COSbTASTLT onhand. a large assortment ef the meat
favorite brands, at moderate prl--es.
A. J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
G M O M M ,
AKD DEALERS IS ALL EISDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner of Main and Union Sts.,
HATB always on hand a well and- carefully selected
stock of articles in their line, which they will sea at
the lowest carrent prices.
$3- Orders promptly filled with dispatch.
CANDEE, MIX & CO.,
TV oerig oar card to the public we tender our ae
L'kaowledgBieBts. for the very liberal patronage extend
ed ns daring the past year, and promise far the future to
farBUh ouTcast..n.er. the LARGEST, CnEAPBST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK the Southern
OaSeBlor partner will be constantly In the Eastern
market, and will keep us felly supplied with every desira
ble style ef
Staple end Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Agenta for soire of the best brands of DO
MESTICS, OSNABCRGS, &e., which we offtr at Factory
CAISDEE, MIX & CO-,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
MIL.L.INERY GOODS, &C,
tanS-iawJm 225 MAIN-3T-. MEMPHIS. TENN.
J. B. S1AEPE,
ti'o. 55 liquor.:., btiaeen 1 tutu mib
. s. MHant aaf Um.
WOULD TTrPCliaiJy lUHMlil ivki mt:.v-
pWandinrrounJng country, that he h .just re
tarBed the cities of Virginia, -berebe hed
. permanent Agency f -r the aale of all grades of Tlrg Ji
la Tobacco, and Intends to kep ounstantly tJ
tBeing5 fully aWe to orapete wit h the Ne w Tk, Bait 1
OnctoMUandNtw Orleans market., be Invites
'tSTo: all dealers lu the above article to hlf
stock before purchasing elsewhere,
J. B. SnARTE.
A. T. M'CABE.... r
- www r r a
HcCAItfE & "WTLLIAMb,
(Successors U Wheat & Taylor,)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Duvall's BlulFs, Arkansas,
.If tU craning cf the MgffUaglMtU Rack Rail
road on White River
hand Sugar. CoSee, Salt,
T Fr, ao ses,andall other article, usually kept
ncVrV. which they wtH ssll low for cash or ex-
Tfcatun for Hides. Fnrs and PelUies, or any otner aniaes
broaght to the market. ...
Goods destined far uun - " " :
coantleXhlpped to DuvaU's Bluffs, wffl be forwarded
.V ,h .re always wagens and teams in
readiness to haul to any point.
6? O OJ$
We are now receiving and opening our
riOXSlSrING of every varl-ty of Staple andTancy Dry
( yfi.njnallvkeDt in this market. Superfine Black
foods nnally kept in this market . supernne ciata
Ho? (XoO, asilmere., Doeskin?, Cloaks MsntU as
Antique, Velvet Sl.awls, te latest style; Ladles'
Gooda. of atnoerieranaHty; Cra?. Shawl, a
large MirVrtt. Negro Cloth. Brcgans Beady Made
CWhlng. Boots ani Shoes, Hats, and a variety of articles,
too nameroBs to mention. mT
All I askls,"Comeone,com- a.l' and 1 nlne my
.... ..... .vinr w.nr rmrrheB. I bought cn the
vy best terms, and ak determined that none shill jm
derielTme. iVhaU adopt the CAsnSTS7Et, etc.pt to
No. 277 Main street.
OMtandof Fergaon fc NeUl.
J. V. PUJSSBIili,
wo. -av JEP-Oisrvr blow,
D. PANTE & CO., r
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
rpHE highest market prices paid for rough and rendjied
JOHN B. B0TTO,
BOOT AND SHOE
jtl A J v aj a. - . J"
No. 60 FrontfRow,
SIGN OF THE JBIG BOOT,
KEEPS constantly oa hand, BOOTSand,
Sf'l SnOES. of his own nuke, a'so of other
. -r"i,u5U "cart Bag. andVa.
all of which he wl l set. as cheap as any in this
market. Give htm a call before purchasing eisewnere,
A. STREET1 & CO., .
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
aagIS MEMPHIS, TENN.
TT V0LLINTINE, Esq., has removed his Law Office
H . -.ik.cinnt nd (lommlsrlen Hoase of Fowlkes,
Mount & Co., a Jefferson street, betweea the Poet Office
GRAHAM & HILL,
ComissiOH and Grocer Merckaats,
dec30-daw3m NO. 9 TROKT ROW.
.J. T. RATLEV.
HELL & HAYLEY,
Cotton Factor Si
OVER D. n. TOWNSEND'S,
FOR Selling, 60 cents per bale. For Storing and Sell
ing, 75 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
htored by us will be covered by Insurance, unless ether,
3- Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished
to customers. seplO-dawgm
a. in. noPKircs & co.,
( Suceettort le TovitU J- Cts,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sep!7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
f . WILDS TERMOR,
I W. A. BRTAK,
M. . BRYAW,
Late of LaGrange, Tenn.
D. C. WILLIAMS,
Late of Panola, Miss.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
X. 6 Front Row, aver aieaeliRm fc anlbralth's,
PARTICTTLAB attenUcn paid to Storing, Shipping and
Sfiinr notinn. Charses 60 cents per eV.e.
EJ All cotton sent to as will be covered
unless otherwise instructed.
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HTmT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGB stock of Bagging and Rope always oa hand.
New Orleans, La.
..It. C. aSIDEB,
TFAL.Ii.ER & SNIDER,
Cotton Fact or s
No. 123 Canal Street,
tuMS-iUvrly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
. M. H0RT05,
Latenorton & Hunter.
H. C. nORTOX,
Late of MonthaUa, Mls.
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
.Vo. 3 ATiaJkon-Sf., oppiiile I. B. Klrtlcnd't Office,
WE will continue aa nereiorore, givinx .iirvn
. ,h. q.i. .nri Stariffeef Cotton, at fifty cents
per bale, and to the selection and purchase of any article
nnirm. f ifflco removea xnini jw. intv
3 Madison street, nearly opposite Dnloa Bank.
S. 21. GATES """"
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON FACTORS, GBOCEBS,
Produce and Gensrai ijommissioH
JVC 23 H. O S: -c3- 'JL- f
A'tf. 3 Union Street, between Mam ana ww.
AFTER an active application to builness, for over
eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage of our friends in the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of our ability to please snch as may
confide their business to our charge. Our stock of Bag
ging, Bope and General Supplies will not be excelled In
the city. Cssh advances, or acceptances, will only be
' i . in ,t. inmrance on Cotton or
ether Frodace, in store, will only be effected upon actual
instructisns, or when under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamera will, at all times, be Insured whUe In
transt, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed ca
the face of bills lading. . . .
To all our friends who have so liberally patronized aa
during years psst, we shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a continuance i umi
GATES & WOOD.
wardlaw no ward wm. t. nw
W. HOWARIJ & CO.,
a. . 1
Cotton Factors, Commission unu
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Bagging, Bope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses, Bice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter. Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock now on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
E3Cash advances maae on uoiions m "" "
shipment. AU Cottons insured unless otncrwiK iu
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cottoa con
signed to us by water; also, the risk of Fire wnlle to
store, unless other Ise Instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as we have chargedfor
y.ars psst fifty cents per hale. laiygo
.J. M. SXID.
B. RED & BRO..
NO. SS FRONT BOW. MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LL Cotton seat to our address insure., amc. iu..,--
rt th. omtrarv are receiver. 1
oroers filled with tare. Store
and Sell Cottsn at fifty
cent per bale.
T r. ATDLETT.
Arw Or leant.
T. P. AYDL.ETT & CO.,
HO. 89 QUAYIER-ST., IsEtV oiu-tAns.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
N5 23 FROST ROW, MEMPHIS,
TTTILL make cash advances on all Ctt.n or ether Pro-
T T dace smppea to a. r. Aymrn. a. w.,
H.lly Springs, Miss.
L. C. XOBVELL
MASON & N0RVELL,
Or o o as mr ,
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
-tONSTANTLT on bnd, Bagrbg, Rope and Plantation
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
Mosby & Hunt's jm ew aiiock,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Bow, Memphis.
WILL pay particular attention to filling orders foi
Groee.-ies, Ba;gtng ano ivpe, ac,
C MASON. ...... C. SDSfiC L. C
nolly Sptlogs, Mils. Louisville, Ky. Rlp'ey, Mlsl,
MASON, BOONE & NORYELX,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
No. lGlMain-St., Memphis, Term
T AGGING. Rope, jeaBS, unseys, ana a general siocx
J3 of Plantation Supplies constantly on hand.
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet Front How frMain
(so uin side,)
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale .and shipment of
Cottoa and other Produce
Bagging, Bope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest mtrket prices.
T. J. DATIDI0K J. B. ELLW.....A. C. BLAIB,
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS
Receiving, Forwarding and General
.V. 219 Slain strut, Eatt-ti&t between Jeffcrion and
Aaam, inempnu, jenn.
TTJ0PE, Bsgglng and Plantation Supplies always on
JX hand. JuaaWawtf
TUSTiecclrel, SOObbls. Smith's superior Plttstrurgh
O Ale. a. h. POTiE,
iecis .Slaln-st, M.dwr North WonhsmBoasa.
C. r. M. K0LAKD.
.A. S. JICET
L.ITTL.E ROCH, ARH.
REFER tO-J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen
MtVr i TM Kxprcs, copy UU
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
OFFERS his services to the public an d will give
O prompt attentioa to any business connected w. h hU
vocation He may be found athU efflce on the w.st
Iu?cf Main street, south of Hnlsa. Caaovan BuUd
lag,) No. 316, unless absent tn professional business.
J. K Chadwlck, Henry G. Smith,
t m Prevlne. Robertson Tvpp,
n waddfn- FhUip H. Thompsoa.
If JohnS.Claybrook. .!tL.
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
DEALERS. IK '
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Slain ttrnet, nest four to Odd FeUou' BcU,
. MEMPHIS, TENN.
TDRE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS. Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Piints, OUi. Wlidow Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medlclr.es,' Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Bh282r sold by a. warranted aa represented,
Tnhject to retnrnatnrexpense. inly8-ly
AKD DSALE-A IK
TFatcbcs, CIocIcb, antl Jewelry,
CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAMS-ST3.,
TAKES this method of lnfurmlng hismenoa,
and the pub.lc generally, that he has moved from
btsoU stand to the corner of Msia and Adams
streets, where he will take pleasure In exhibiting
a new and choice lot of JEWELRY, to tnose wuo mj
favor htow.th a call, and will L- plea- -d to execute
orders for repairs in Ms '-ine. lie hopes, by honesty, in
JeCTlty. and hu efferts to please, to gain the confidence
endl ral patronage of all who may find It convenient to
visit his establishment
'XsT-rre-palrlngln every branch of ruy baj
inels promptly attended to. n'-'r
53" All order
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL C0IIMISSI0X MERCHANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
H. 07BREWER &"C0.,
REFER to J. T Soulter. Esa,, President Bank ol : th
Republic New Tork ; J. K. Sass, Esq.. Men
Bank of Charleston. S. C.; Messrs. BtTJL
J. W. Caldtrell. Esq.. Charleston S O , Cl. Wm ; M.
Churchwell, Prestaeni in oi -----vllle;
I. B.' KIRTLAND, Bso.., and Messrs. FALLS &
" Jir irmnnn. i ena.
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
35 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
n ASH advances made on all Cotton or othei V"
U consigned as above, by MILES OWEN.
, oRirriKo " oh'""10
J. C. GRIFFING & BRO.,
M&ln Street, Memphis, Tenn.
tttRwIU furnish auppUes to our friends as heretofore,
WndmVk?advanson shipment, to our friend. In
ewOrleans. ' ; .
REASLET & L.OVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Gonorai jri-- - - "
NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
ATJIRGEstockef Rope and Bagging always on hand.
aTgfsaftl " ntsplr bale, all other Produce at
naulrae2 " XnUtwtloni strictly obeyed, end prompt
gffiS? M oduce insured,
a. avs A
E. DASHEEMj & CO.,
For the Sale, Storage and Shipment of
HO. 69 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL orders for Bagging, .MJrrmr and
Ions and Plantation Supplies, filled carefully and
ypfyitly.attho lowest cnrrentrateS; augl-wly
STRATTON, MCDAt 111 &. -'
GROCERS AND OENERAI.
. .i ..1... ivra-id Inttrnrt.
A '"men.,f ,Tun." "iiSrViS cams
We contlnae to Store and Sell Cotton at FIFTT CENTS
Po5hd, large stock cf Power-loom .urt I India Bag--.r"
T. " v'i -3 tt.twI rtirw tneether with a heavy stock
r Groceries and .tto PU.UIk Supplies, which wt
will furnish to our custom
Q00D3, at actual cottfor caih.
rvi , . rh.ns- la our business, we cflerat actual
cost for easi and eath only, our entire stock ef Clothing
and Furnlthlug Goods. As the business must be closed
up, and to do so the stock must be sMd, persons In want
of Goods In our line, win find It to tb-lr advantage to
give us a cau.
jZ3 Enquirer ropy three months.
272 Main street.
r. n. WIUIA21I0K.
and Retail Dealers In
Chtna,G!as and Earth'
enwaiv, French aud
German Vases, Silver,
Silver Plated, German
Silr r and Brltanla
Were, Fine Table Cut-
1SS Main Street,
Also Looilng Glasses,
Looking Glass Plates,
Tea Tiays, Parlor
Glrondoles, J-c, Stc.
fi. 15. liOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
TAB AT, ESTATE BROKER,
8J MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of eJnPtmI
Furniture. Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and
Leasing Property, it
Rfnmr nrf fVn.lrr.Tnenta solldtod.
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, late of Huntsvlhe, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
salts of every description. LIBERAL CASH ADVAKCEl
made ok Consignments.
3Storage and consignments solicited.
P. 3. I am Agent for The Adama Express Company,
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
13 RECEIVED BT
Fashionable natter. 75 Front Row,
10,000 pairs OF
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT
eilS-ly No, 75 Front Row.
loitls, staurants, &c.
T TJ .lT O JE31 1
JJ Vvhave e honor Vi inform the pub
5i6 lie that they have re-opened their
BAR-ROOM on Adama street, opposite Worsham Home,
as a LAG Kit BEER SALOON, in which they will com.
mene- on Monday, the 2d of Ftbruary, to give a ipiendld
LCN'CII, (with a glass of Lager Beer ) at the low ralert
rirTEEK CEKTI, Good SO OP will be served np at each
Lunch. Lunch at half-past ten o'clock A. M .- every day
Jan31-dlm J. SCHW0QB fc 3. HERRMAN
Corner of Main and Adams street.
niHIS House is situated In the centre of business, s&S
J is now finished and in complete order. The Proprietor
pledges himself it shall not be surpassed by any House in
the Sontl west.
Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestowet
on him for the Jast two years, he hopta by a street atten
tion U, business to merit a continuance of the same.
ort-tf J. J. WORSHAM, Proprietor
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON STS.
THI3 establishment has Just undergone thorough r
pairs in every department. Rooms newly painted
and papered; bedding thoroughly renovated; there Is net
even a mattress that Is net new or equal to new; carpeU
mostly new, tc In one word the hease Is new In de
cidedly better orcer than It has ever been since It wj
built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to the
House since I have occupied it, aad havlns renewed two
leases, one on tbe House, the other upon my age, I hope
to be able to give more attention than heretofore. 1 an
determined to make my guests comfortable.
oc7-tf D. COCKRELL, Proprietor
ON UNION STREET.
THE subscriber rcipectfally informs his old friends and
ALL Me public, that no has opened a new Restau
rant on Union street, whera he is prepared to famish
the best viands that can be found lu the market, served
la the best Parisian styles. Oysters. Gsme, SU-aks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds la fsct, everything salted
to the finest and most delicate epicurean taste.
Give Hie a call I have alx different rooms for tbe ac
commodation of Private Parties. I will sot be outdone
In any branch connected with my bnstae.s.
ttbSO-tf GU3. DBMPERWOLF.
Corner Main and Jaclison-sts.,
THIS we!! known Hotel, having changed hsndi,
and been thoroughly repaired, and provided with
new Furniture, Is now open far the accemmoda
tinnnf Tkirdera and Travelers
rh. nnMiamar mt assnnd that every exertion will
be made on the part of the Prop . 'tir to recder this
Houseteconl to none in West Tennessee. Having active
an attentive nrvants. and a table alwaysfrraished with
the best the coontry affords, he coofi-'eatly relies .upon
girlngentire satisfaction to allwbo may faor him with
their ratronage. WM. K. BENNETT,
Jac8-dlwaw3m Propri. tor.
t3 Feqalrer copy.
WOHbli.DI HOUbE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie "VFor
KEEPS constantlv on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Frultsj Fruits In their own Jolce, Jellies,
Prerves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and PickH-d Oys
ters. Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Nuts, &e.
r i Ia connection with this estab-
5fs L RW'e.llshmentl have fitted up an oyster
t srt3.q.Inon. and wlH Ttceive FRESH
A OTSTERS br every packet.
novl&-dly 3. P. BRICHETTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BSC.
237 MAIN STREET,
KEEP constantly oa hand a large variety of PLAIN
and FANCT CANDIES. CAKES, Fratts, Preserves,
etc.. wholesale and retail. We are also prepared to fnr-
alsh parties at the shortest notice.
... A. I n U. , K ! . .
nisu panic iuc fj
d open our LADIES' and
ENTLEMENS OTSTER SA
LOON from 9 o'clock a . M., to 12
o'clock r. M..and are receiving during the whole sea'on,
FRESH OTSTERS by every steam r. We solicit a share
of the tnbllc patronage. nov2-d6m
B. W. ALEXANDER LAKSIKO.
ALEXANDER & LANSING,
NOS. 6S AND 65 LOCUST STREET,
Srvin. Isoniw, Mo.
3. J. Murphy, Memphis; Cook k. Co., Memphis;
Bamelt h. Walker, " Todd & Goyer, "
rh.rir. Potter. " feb5 6m
JAMES IOW & CO.,
41S Main Street, Louisville, Ky..
A RE now receiving tbtlr Stock of Dry Govds for tbe
coming Spring Sales, to which they isvlte the atten
tion of dealers. Their purchases of American aome.ui
goods have been made under the most favorable circum
stances, for ca'h, befere the advance, which will ena
ble them to oflVr Inducements 1 the purchase of these
goods n.tto be surpasses Dy any ary gooos concern ic
the United States.
Wo flatter ourselves to be able to S'H Domestic Good
fully as low as they can, at present, be purcnasad iroui
th Dry Goods Commission Houses In the Eastern mar
kets. We will have on hand of our own direct Importa
tion from Europe, a large and well-selected stock of Jic
onets, Swiss Mulls, Nair.sook.Mu Hns, Cambric, Linen,
Cambric, Handkerchiefs, noslery. Gloves, English Blsck
Blatk and White, and Black and Gray rrlnts, Frenrh
PIat Prints, English 4-tthi, Purple and Chocolate Print,
togtther with a fall assortment of Goods suitable for
men's wear Examine our atock before makingyourpur
cbases, and you will find that we have made no stale
ments thst we aro not fully able to make good feb7-d2ns
BRADY & AV1ES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Main Street, Louisville, JS.y.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Macnine Bepe, uag
glng. Jeans. Lim-eys, Ac. lan23-ly
O. SMITH. ...D. r. QCTHEIE....GEO. J. XOWLAKD.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
4 DEALERS IK .
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AKD AOEKTS TOR THE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 561 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly L0UIST1LLE. KY.
J. M. McFAD3IN & CO.,
(LATE TRIPLE TT, MTADDIK k CO.,)
No. 28 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. L.OUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour,
Grain, fcc, solicited and prompUv executed.
M. HA It VET R. B. HABTET.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120GRAVIBR-8T-, NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attrat m
v Will DC K'TCU tu iic w v.
5X Forwarding of G00..S or,
WT-Prodnce consigned to oar
IO, ddreS. We Will Contract I -lg OHlfrI1,(h,,. Wmnnrln-U. In Unul.'vtll Vw
above f.r re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at
lowist rates. , .
We have had several years- experience in our nmt.
in , r,nn-t,.tnr tit Stanlei ami assorW Merchardlse,
RErLK TO tAOX . I.O., J. M. UII1.1U& a. l.u , li
& Strange, .Hannah te Shanks. decl2-ly
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS ASD BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP ALL KINDS,
All Main-Street, Louisville, DLy.
. FITZOERALD...CHAS. C. DILL. .J. W001J70BTn.
H. FITZGERAL.D & CO.,
(Suceettort to Park, Siapton Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Pront Row, Momplus,
DR. THOS. KEIalaER,
LATE of Tuscumbla .Alabama, has located permanent
ly In Memphis, od offera his services to the public
In all the branches of his profession He has taken the
office heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
..n.inn.irMti. navlnr reeentlv made a careful and
general selection of Surgical Instruments, he Is prepared
for all the operations of Surgery. Residence on Shelby
itreet, betweea HJlng and Trexevant streets.
D T. DUROSE.
1 TTORNET AT v.aw, Memphis, Tenn. Office on east
side of Main street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Tief to F. Titus. McEwen, Harris & McNeill. J. D,
WIU lams, W. B. MUler and Miles Owen, Memphls.Tenn.;
Moon, Titus fc Co., New Orleans.
!Iar.iaft0it ujylus, (&k.
S. B. WILllAMSOi,
(Svccettar lOjfVUliataton - Hancock,)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars &c.
. . . NO. 19 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
iierces augar-ocred tarns t
20 kegs Shot, assorted sizes I
100 ts Whisky.
AH of which we will tell chtsp for cash at Ne,
W1 3. B. WILLIAMSON.
THE subscribers keep oa hand the follewiag articles,
which they warrant to be of first quality, and far
sale low for cash; '
Wheat Faas and Threshers ;
E. Carver &. Co.'s Improved Cotton Glni;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture J
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco ;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Moias.es ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead ;
Brandies and Wines, superior article ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris;
Together with a general assortment of all articles usu
ally kept In a Grocery store.
GWTNNE St GIBSON,
lalya Nea. 1 aad 2 Exchange Building.
TV JE W GO oi$:
EMPORIUM OF FASHION,
And Ladies' General Famishing, Cloak
and Mantilla Establishment,
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE ire now receiving and npealng one of
tbe largest and met magaifiaat stocks of
French M thine, snu Fancy Dry G-jd.
b-ooght to this olty. Also, a very select a.tort
ment of Rich Dres Good., ntirely new, Silk. ( a-h-aeres,
Marnos, DeLalnet, and a Urge variety of all
styls for Street, Traveling aad Evening Dresses.
We call aartlcular alttution ts our Millinery Depart
ment, consisting of CtenlEe, Mws and Cccut Telvet,
Satin, Silk, Grciia, Iuilac and EngUOi Basnets; FWfc
ers, Featoers, tub boos. Bridal Veils aad Wreaths, $5 GOO
worth of fine French Krabroidertrs, Real Threau , Mb.te
and Glmpure Laces ; all styl"- ut
Emuroidcred, Velvet and Clotli
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Drss Car, Head.
Dresses, Ladles' and Mlssts' Shoes, Corsets, KM Glove.,
Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cleaks and Dresj.
es, Ate, &c
N. B. EnuroiJeriug and Stamping dose. Coaks an
Dresses raade to order 1b a few hoars at cheapest prices.
Ladies, please call before purchatlBg elsewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl ti. STILLMAN & CO.
ETCHAVARKE & BKO.,
SITUATED la Fort Pickering, on theR
Hnrn Lake Boad. hare on hand a fine as-TS
sortmcnt of SHRUBBERT. In every de
partment, coattsiiDg in part of -
APPLES, PEACHES, PL.UMS,
Apvicots, KccUwiucs, &c.
Also. Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines. In va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rtuba'b and Asiaragns.
Orders from a distance, accompaaied with draft o or
der oa a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be ruBC-
tuauy attended to, asa all Plants guarantied to era. r
aad delivered to aay part of the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens In town
or country, at the shortest notice.
frco-m kivjuavar.sk & bho.
FORMERLTof the firm of Mooney t5-v.
Green, would rerpectfully say to his otdjlVS
friends and customers that he Is still at
the old stand, with a good supply ef Fruit
lre, consisting of
A'so, B-spberry, StrawberrraBd Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply of "Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Reots, Rhubarb asd Asparagus.
Orders from adl.taaee, accompanied with draft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be pnnctaaHy
attended to. aad all plants guaranttrdto order and de
livered any pal t of tbe city, free of charge.
Nursery on Main street, soum jieapnis.
octl-rtm Receiver of Money & Green .
TO HORTICOLIURISTS AND PLASTERS.
cf Memphis and sn-rcundlsg country that
ine season zor .ranspiauiiag x mil anu ur
namental Irees Is fast approaching. Gnat
additions have been made In every depart
ment. mor particularly amorg Fruits. A mere select
and varied collection hat never been offerd for sale In
the Southwest, censLttng In part of over one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, Oltle, Scuppernong, Caltlornla. etc
Grape Vines, Figs, Rapberrts, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; English 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 'ditlon to tbe above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Bulbs, cf all kinds. In consequence of having to
move most of my stock oa hand, I will sell It very low.
Purchasers may rely on everything being what It Is
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the
RillroaaueDot, or aaarett ing
ocll-A6a S. M. WHEATON.
P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders will
meet with prompt attention It left at the store of J.
WlWberger. S. M. W.
THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory en
Second street, L-twecn Washington and Adama
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture aad Re
pair Carriages at the shortest iwt.ee. All work dene by
them will bo guarantied, and a share of public patronage
Jan3-ly L. 3. BURR i CO.
PIIIIaADEEPIIIA, JAN'Y, 1S5T.
To Dealer in Tennettee, snttiuipfi ani Arkamat:
GENTLEMEN: We are now established In the WHOLE
SALE BUSINESS la this city, and beg leave to invit.
vour attention to an
ENTIRE S'EW STOCK.
BOOS AND SHOES,
I jersey, a.id feaavylvan a ; and relieving, with oir long
I experience and superior "actlt'le, our STOCK fer
. XOUR TRADE, and forthe saMifactlcn of your enstom-
era, cannot be surpassed, we solicit AN KARLT CALL
when yon corns to this city.
Tours respectfully, JOS. S. LEVETT & CO.,
No. 122 Market street, third store from Sonth.
Joseph S. letett, late of Memphis.
PAPL STICKSEY. of Boston. 'n gj-wSia
LOOK HERE, EVERYBODY!
Tto aiadison Street Sash, Door & Blind
3B o t o n "s-:
THE undersigned has taken the suad recently occa-h-r
Moore i. Halstead. over the Planlog Mill of
Whipple. McCnllagh le. Oo.. and l prepared to fill all or
ders for Sa.h, Doors, Blinds, Frame, casings Base
Mouldings, tec. All orders f rtm the country attended to
with promptness and dlpatch.
Jan29-wom i.. 1 .nuajyn.
t t.t. T-ertnns lndentea 10 inersiateci u. a jonnsi.
J. dee'd, are requested to come forward Immediately
and make payrrrn., ana mu.c aiuui ciaima axainsi
said estate are hereby notified to present them within the
time prescribed by law, and as the law directs.
W. A. TURNER, Esq., will represent ns at LaGraaga.
J AS. M. WllITB,
W. B. WALDRAN,
Administrators of D. B. Johnson, dee'd.
Hem pb Is, February 10th. 1S57 w2m
In Chancery at Jadtson, Tenn.
William 1. unuer
Jane Taylor aad others.
TN pursuance to an order of sale made In the above
A cause, at the February Term, I shall, on THURSDAT.
the 231 of April next, offer for sale In the city of Mem
phis, befor? tbe cBloe of 3. C. Lanier, Clerk and Mastar, a
Lot ot Ground, situated In the Butler Division of tee
City of Memphis, lu Bloc no. 3, as designated on his
p'an. Fronts 60 feet on Tennessee street, and ransTbaek
150 fret, more er less, to an alley, and the same sold by
Butler to Thomas Taylor, dettated. Oa said Lot la a good
Dwelling Hm.se tee.
terms or Sale 411C0 das January 1st. IBS', and
balance due Januarylst, 1819. Bond and grcl security
required, and a Hen retained. Said Lot sold without re
demption. THOS. CLARE. Clerk and Master.
Jackson, March 0, 1537 rairl0-w3t
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATJLANTIC CITIES
By IV.uivovul from Cairo!
To Chicago Direct ia Sixteen Hoart, xolthovi Break
cj linage or IMnge of Can or Baggage.
BRANCH FROM CENTS ILIA 13 NOW FINISHED,
Thas shortening the time to sixteen boars to Chicago.
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Car.
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, 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, and
four from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New
Tork, forty-nine hoars. Fare aslcw, and comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
KOT sabjteted to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana aad
Ohio, to the East and North.
Also, connecting at Chicago' with MUhlgaa Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East; wllh Lakr
Shore Railroad and Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, ic., and with a splendid Use of First Clas.
Staamers for Sault Stc Marie, Lake Superior, Colling
wood, Toronto, Sic
"raina leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol
6:05 A. at., Chicago and Danlelth Express, Sunday,
This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New Tork Central Railroads, through ia thirty-one hours.
This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and
Mississippi Eailruad tor St. Louis and Vlacenses; i
Pana, with Trains cf the Terra Haute, Alton and St
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincin
nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena
DaolelUi; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring.
fiM, Naples, Rock I. land, Burlington aad Qnlaey.
6:10 iv m., New Tork Exprecs, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, except 09 Signal
eoBBecUBg with Main Line Day Express front Decatur U
DBBieith, and arriving at Chicago at 2 r. M.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will find at Dnz
leltb, steamers of the Dunleltb and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrived of either Cairo
Train fer Le Crosse, Bedwteg, St. Paul, Au". Passenger.
fsrJanesvllle and Central and Eastern Wisconsio, con.
aectat Fret-port with Trains to Beiolt aad Janeaviik. n,
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. The Maps asd Charts Indicating the Great Central
Roatetothe North aad East are aa exact transcript of
Gotten'. Map of the United State?, and passenger, are
reqaested to examine this route aawell as tbe ranniag
time cards of the connecting Roads, asd Jadge for them
selves as to the correctness of the above statements. It
opesingof the Illinois Central Railroad fren Cairo to
Chicago, anl thaa forming a speedy aad direct mesas of
cemmuakatlsa between the Upper Lakes aad Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, ards to the pwa.ure traveiei
a. w'l as the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North aod East, which sarpass those of
aay other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by th Company far the convenkece of the trav
e'lrgpur'ic, the permanency of the road aad structure,
the strength ami elegance of tbe Engine, and Cars, com
mend themselves -o those who desire is traveling need
comfort and aeftty.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege
of '.ayiag over at aav point, can be h i Vmi-h..
Calr, and at the principal RaUiMd Offiera e-i the line.
WILLIAM MOKIN. Agent,
JunMy Memphis, Teaa.
C5 office. No. 15 Jefferson alreet.
WJEW9 ' M O IT TIB
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
OPE i TO CORINTH.
ON and after ,Vor. 15, 1S3S, THROUGH MAILTRAIN
will leave Memphis, DAILT, at TOO a. m.. arriving
at Corinth at 12:30 r. M.; at SomerviUe at 10:00 a. m.
Returning Leaves Corinth at I p.m.; Somerville, 3
r. m. Arrives atMemphls at 7 00 r. m.
Thlt Train connects at Corinth with a doable Daily
lane or erst class j-ost uoacnes to me terminus of the
Eastern Division of the Memphis and Charleston Rail
road. Thence by Railway direct, and connectiensjure
with all Easterndtles.
Staging reduced to fort'J nllte. and track-laying pro
THROUGH TICKETS sold to the foBawlng points:
This Train also connects with the Mississippi Central
Railroad to Holly Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Canton,
Jackson, &c., Ac.
Also connects at Grand Junction Station with Tennes
see Central Railroad to Bolivar, Jackson, Huntingdon
and other places.
Also connects at Pocahontas with Trl-Weekly Line of
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen aad Columbus,
IUKO0GII TO XASUVILLE IS 31 HOURS,
Via the MeraptUs snd Charleston, NasnvSe andChatta
noga Railroads only 40 !!, .at .Stastni. axaiast
T r c any other rouw.
The ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN runs dairy (ex
cept aanaaysj cetween Memphis ana the Junction wi:o
the Mississippi Central Railroad:
Leaves Junction 7.00 A. It. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r . II. ; arrives at the Junction
(:00 r. M.
Freight Trains le ve Memphis for Fecahontas DAILT
at 7 a. m. Doors close at 4 r. it.
Through Tickets only, on the above Routes, caa be ob
tained at the Commercial Hotel, aa well as information
connected with the Road.
Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets befere ca
tering the cars, and save payment of extra fare.
Baggage checked to all stations on the Railroad, anc
no Baggage will be received without being checked.
Each passenger wfil be allowed seventy-five pounds of
baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage; but no
article will he carried as baggage that ia not incident to
the person of the passenger. In case of loss the Com
pany will hohl themselves responsible for an amount not
Negroes, when traveling alone, must have a permit, na
ming the point to which they are to go, and specifying
that they are to travel by railroad, or they will not be
ep2l Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Washington, NeiT
York, Philadelphia, &,c.
Direct Through Lino for the East I
JSaltimore and OJiio
THIS Boad runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (374
miles,) and to Washington. (400 mlies.) aad presents
the fullest advantages wis as a rreai ana passengej
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of th
AlleEhenles; and beiag solidly constructed. comDlctels
equipped and carefully managed, Is one of the moat at
tractive and safest Kauroans in uie .aiietx a laics. Th.
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and Zanesville U
Wheeling, unites this road with all portions cf the West
The oslv Tnaocon Tickets from Memphis,
Louisville and St. Louis to the National Me-
TBOPOLlt, are sold by this road, which runs direct u
Washington without the delay ot paa.iag through Balti-
morr. It Is also the paly iib. by which baggage can be
checked to Washington from the umo river.
JTBy th? mail ROCTE from Memphis, take the mat.
steamers, n iun!ng daily f.r Louisville, connecting then
with mail steamers or jesersonvuw uailroad fer Cincin
nati, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars 01
Little Miami Railroad fer Celcmbus, connect -ng ther
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark andZanes-
vie, to Wheeling. By the express train of this route,
the time tr.m Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Washington
Is less than 27 hours.
J-B sura to ask for tickets by tie Baltimore and Ohio
Rail real Route.
JCJ-Passecgers from Memphis going East through St
Louis, can boy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ob
Railroad. This rente lays through Vino ones. Terra Haute
Indianapolis, etc , to WheeMig, t,m taa new Ohio ani.
Mississippi and Cbaanectin- Roads. These connections
are all direct, aad the tune from St. Louis to Baltimun
or Washington la but about 13 hours. Through Tleke'w
Ly this route may be bad ef the Agent, under the Flan
let's Hobs, at the following rates : Fran 3t. Louis u
Bal-Uaere to w asningion 8.
At Wheeling the pasaeeger takes the superior cars ol
the Faltlniore and Oat Railroad, which leave th e times
daily for Baltimore, Wasningtoa, PWUVlphli and New
Tort. Through 13 16 or 17 ; jura Inefadtag stoppages.
Fbr safety, spec-, regularity, beauty of ihe country, ani
general comfort, this road is second to none in the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses tho urges'
eqalpment of any Railroad in the Called States, aad t
prepared to do as Immense business In transportation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves anc
in tee streets 01 Baltimore witn the Railroad to Philadel
phia aim iw iuii( .leaders si jrtcssoa asu Balti
MORE STXAMintr Lines, by Canal and S to V
xorx, ana oy new atercnanis' and Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Aorralk, Charleston. Savannah, tec For
particulars, see freight tariff, copies of which may be had
oi .ne 1 or" arums nouses in me west, or 0' J. B. FORD,
Kcceivisg ana jrorwaratsg Agent at Wheeling.
WM. . WOJDSIDE,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. EAVALLETTS,
lan25-ly Agent, SI Froat Row, Memphis.
O X BASSETS Creme d Bouzy Champagne Wlue.
i&O H. H. POTTER. Main sine;,
feblB Third Ucor North Worsham House.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
-f Oft SACKS far sale by
oct23 No. i Monroe street.
Dn-jciny, Bale Rope and Twine,
L, IJ.l JlAal A A-A Vii UX1U UU jg IM61;
oet24 Monroe itreet.
A NEW, light, elegant oad cheap Patent
. MATTRESS, for aale by
H. K. GROSVENOR.
A SUPERIOR assertmsnt of Piascs and Meledaoa.
L Jast received by
aeplS-tf H. M. GROSVENOR
TUTT received, 1S0.000 Cigars, ranglag la prtea from
t) $10 to 40 a thoismd, ty
H. H. POTTER,
declS Mit-st., 3d deer North WJrjEJa Howe.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL. AND TEN
OPEN from Junction with Memphis aad Chariest'
Railroad to Tjone's Slatioa, eight miles North ot
Bolivar, aad eighteen mile. Saath ot Jackoa, Tenn.
Leaves Bolivar DAILT (3andays excepted) at :1C;
Arrises at Junction at S:30,
Connect lag wlih 7 a it Train Into Memphis.
Retarnlag, leaves Junction at 10 A. it., or n arrlvs; ef
Mail Train tr.nt Memphis, arriving al Toone. Suit, at
12:30 p.5t.; connecting at that point wUhWyly'sltee..
Coaches for Jackson and Nashville, via Hanttnrton. a. -
with Norwood's line of Ceaches to Jacksun and KatbviLt
via Lexington, Clirton, Wtyaesb.ro, Mt Pleasant. Co
arabla. and from Spring 1IM by the Tennessee sod Ata
bama Railroad Also, with E. E. Smith's bee f Ac
Leaves Twee's Station dally (Sundays excepted) at I S
p M , connecting at Grand J uncll.a with Mail Tlatos
arriving at Memphis at 7-45 p. at.
RetBTainx, leaves Graad Juncilsn on arrival of Accent
sodatioo Train from Memphis, at (:15p. M , arriving ai
Passengers for any of he above aamed nclats bythi.
route will have less S' aging than y aay oth r.
B r NEKI.T -p't
OOK. TO YOUItINTERESTI
TIIROLGU TICKETS TO GRENADA.
Fare Bciluccd to 0 SO,
Memphis and Cliarleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads.
CONNECTING te mVes south of HeBy Springs. Saviti
aiy sixty .U mUes of Stagier ia. ch..,
p easant, and quickest route by tnrx four U tea boar.
On thi. rente the staging Is bat one mKe further th
on 'J Panola route, althosgh the utter U represeatat t.
be tat fifty-two mUes sUging and fliteen hoa a tireact
Tbe tree dtUna, over t e PaaoU rwale u slxtv.a
,B :V. wJbe Mississippi fBf al BaOread wW b
extead-dto the TlUbauh:e river, aid! .Urt.om- fh.
suglsg seven artlea less. TraTfir. m iv . ..
eomortand pocket. A word U th wl.e ,,nes-nt
t?- rr Ticket, or Informattoa apl, to SIMS A. CO
Agents, at the R.ilroaJ. Si.in. .rut r,v. ...
floe, Commrrcl Hotel " tL,,
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
0,. Open, to Coxno.
y ami after Mc-sday, Jan iTI2th ISST thboih-.
MAIL TRAIN wm w.. v--i.,:IJ7LOCG
excvp'ed ) at 7:30 a St., arr: vial .Tcome t VST
ReturniBg7 leave, ctow'.t 10-.W ArfnJtSL
MempbU at I p.sr. nvea t.
luis Train coai.ectstCoBwHh J P MeJu,..
Co.'. dairy Has of Pint Class Pwt wf.. . MLJ" "
and Grenada Staglag redact tcM t"9
phU aad Gresa- i throoah b, TTLr "l.""" Mm,
p-Mie aay rely on this beiag a tterteraad eh. Tt,,
to Gunada. Oastoa. J.ekJa .Si.t""?1'
otper. man any
The FREIGHT TRAIN wlH aiie o,,. trin, ,
excepted.) from aad alt.r Mot IhT "U 2' S'
toC-mo. It will b, expected that consftie,?
ar asgemenu made to receive theli e??c tiT.fc?
on arrival, as th Company have oafy fenLr.
ra-nta for takteg care of f reighuL SHmas"
sible for th. Ha. or damage ift& XtU"-
Passengers are r-qae.ted to parths" tiii.
entering the cars, and aave pa.rmcnT.T 1 '
Baseare rkkl .rr ..f-- 1 extra fare.
baggage will b, reccld w '5 "
passenger I be aUewed It 0 ponsdj.? C ?. n
rled as baggage that is net taetdfiVir'L'V'
paaseagers. "waaa or u-.
In case of less, the Cemparr will hold tv.
spoolMe far an amoaat not eieeedSg thns,tttt'
J3--Negroes, when traveling alone, mast have a rj-i-aamiag
the point to wnWa they am L r fJ!ALv.T
thattheyare to travel hr b-uV.!? "' Peerjra
earried. ' VTtr . JL" Botb ,
JlBl0 - .aiawi.
FARE REDUCED! "
Prom Memphis to Jackson, gn
From aiemphis to IVasflvJlle, $10 50.
' ""wuu, lTuynesOoro' and
CONNECTING near Brownsville with th. v.,....
aad Ohio Railroad and at n?J2 iS ?
nessee and Alabama Ballroad This 1,,1 ,TJfJf.Tei '
to Mid. Tennessee, and travel VSSS!"
i-rtS " ,sar n S
.!7l5. NORWOOD ic WtWs
N. B. FOREST,
DEAliim IX SLiAYES
No. S7 Adanis-st, Memphis, Ten
gro Depot Is one of .he m-tC;,..' r.cf ,n- HN
rstabiUhmcnUof the kind la taTsouthera rZ.f
his regulations exact andsT.t,T?5l!!?.aal'7.
nes and coufart being 1 1 nct-ToLV.', ' nr
His aim is to furU.h SoSSLSt"'
hands, sound and perfect to df Jnd '
groes taken on commission. auamina. J-
Q BALED PROPOSALiwU. be r.vA at M.iI85Tr
O until March 10th. lS57fr.'Z.'?,iJf.eJ'la"
Bridging of .atr miles Jt the
commencing .t McMlanvBle th CCr ih.V-' . 5 r
rnuLlrg .North .fJS " 1
co?atte.toUvmg,toa.OveuSoBWtr, P,IU '
The character of the work is hearr
amount of rock excavation VXU? r
masonry and twelve hundred lineal iJ.V w
McCoUum's Bridging. " rm ef Cowt
iToposai. rr the aoove work m.y be made bT .Klien. ,
mUe one each, or fur th.rt n. .k! rfr f "cien 1
cladtoglrjn.trklaylB.. aepot ba,r7aa"g;:
slsm.tiiii.r. ., "', ana aH the;
pjte' ' vg me road when cecj,
.tf.V,m.,t".' P.r6!5k? laJ P12taMea, may be scer
aad all other lsfermatoon nht.-i .. .CT-i. 0 .
eacc after March 1st, at McMiaavBl., N-Xr. tlfrt!! .
.UU UBMJ llll.rfi.fT ra.Viu. "
-, - acaa.
Engineer la ehargr.
I U3rroeive.atoarntwftrd No i w.i t .
J bl wLvsioyrc,1,-;
JUL C. GAYOS & SON,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, "
General .sents&Real Estate Brokers
No. 25J3Iadison Street,
PARTICULAR attention will be girea f aH saJes te
c.tyor ceaatry.ofNegroes.ini Estate. MerSai,
ae, FaraUBre, Land Scrip, Stock, tee. All is aTnv
iBg aad Leasing Property, etc Storage aad Con.ig
31-ats solicited from all tectl ns. -
Re-B'alBgoorgratefBl aekBowWgmeata fer the vs.,
.iberal patronage htretofare received, we new pledg- .c
Ives, having determlartl on making M.CDV.nr4-tn01.'-
" ,JoaNe 0Br " ro-l-. V
ISI ,Mr P" the trade, th. !a
ekvente Memphis, -e ought to be gradaatos, aad
coo nt ran gi.e, aa we thtok ws haTe dene,
ceaeral satisfaction. "
Kcrrurx.ES-A O Harris te Co., R. A Park a, 11
Lamb te Co., W. Heward. H. T. iZAZZj. .V. 'r
rlaherty te Bro..I. B. fitlrtland. R P iku.. v'. i
Graham, Btq , Co: R. Topp. Dr. Sb. GItberL Mbu
phis; BaMwlnte Starr. NT DsnlsS tes 4 ?
Breca te Ca.. CUngaatl ; Ta. T. Bead. E4.. s. Cai .
lap T Aniatarlrti . WV-u sn . . . .
v, ww,.uiv, a., 1 mo. navm.;s. B F Scleti
v. Co.,Thos. B. Wwsiss. New Orleans; R.M. Spire. S
liuc-iuc, 011 -colors
TF,71r. F M J9 S
HASop-nedhls STUDIO la Clark's M-Me BaKdi .
where he will he kased to tee those tt --iv)-
employ bis pencil.
53- Portraits also painted from Daguerreotype s jC
TAKEN np at my house, one BAT HOZ.' E.
tefthiad foot whHe. Hd on new saddle tad
bridle. Iaqalr e f K. J. B. L. WINN.
Clerk's Sale ol Slave.
John B. P.rseas. Cyatha Per-1
sons, and Mary Persoas, ml-1
Birs, heirs of Ames Per-1 .
son., deceased, by their -Psrte petition t
next friend and Guardian. 1 3'1T
PURSUANT to a decree ef the Circuit Court of Set try
county. Is this cause rendered n v ,. j. . e
January last, I will in front of the .fare of Joslal E ja.
Esq., In the city of Memphis, on FRIDAT. the 20lh ja
of Marco next, sell at public auction the foSowlnE la-
... -- ou., asro aooni latent eat
years. Terms cash.
M. D. L. STEWART Ceik aad Masts .
JorrsHALLPM. Sol for Petlltoa-s feh21w3t
Clerk's Sale of Slaves.
Wm. Manning and Wife, Ma-y""i
Elizabeth, Thos. Saunders, I
John Saunders. Aaron Sana-1
der Tennessee Saunders,- Ez-parte Petltlcn
J ames B. Saunders, nuors, f sell Slaves for dlvlaio i.
by their next friend, Johnl
PURSUANT to a decree of the Circuit Court ef To ."by
county, In this cause rendered on the Slst iUff
January last. I will la front of the Court House dour. L
the town ef Raleigh en SATURDAT, the 2tst day ef
March next, sell to the highest bidder, the fsUowln, de
scribed slaves, to-wit r
FLLI8, aged about 23 years, and her children,
JULIA. " 5
JOE. " 3
TraMJ One-half cash, and tie rslda n 1 It
avjpths credit from dayef sale, with bond asd go as
rarity, and a Ilea retained cn the slaves cnUlthe j;fsr
red payment la mad.
M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk aad Mas. r.
J. L. & . Habxis, Sol's for Fet'ri. teb21-w3t.