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MEMPHIS, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1857.
YM5CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
VOL. VH. NO. 307-
THE' MEMPHIS D
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3 BUSHE BAILT, TRI-WRHKLT AND WEEKLY, BT
rso, , m'clakakxn, leojhdas Trousdale,
KM. M. HUTTON, BENJA XN r. Dili,
UXDEKTBE STTLE AXD ri tt Or
PCXANIAN, HTJTTON & CO.,
To wesh all Letters on Bdsixeii, or other-
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PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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n Ber Twenty, al $t 50 each; to Globs of Twenty
and upwards, at $2 each pa Fable invat la hly In advance,
- an- evty Cteb to be Bade Bp at one ofice.
An eM s u-wrrber and a new one wtB be taken to
gether at. 2 53 each.
5"" ao ease wl the paper be sent to new tabtcrl
bers a ess the order or the iame is attended vita tbe
J3" AH Dally subscriptions wi .slered da. and
payaMe a -yearly is advanc.
-e foregoing terms will be strictly and risidly
DAILY RATES FOR ADVERTISING.
Attopted by the Appeal and Ea;lc and Enquirer.
For one sqaareef tea Maes orless, eeieerttoB...$l 03
For each addtttoaal mernoc of same
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" ' " (wioe a wt, " 99 00
r- Two Moares, renewable weekly, per aiwara, 68 00
" twice a week. " 80 00
53- AB aTeate-mit repaired to be. kept on second
tmtt, chaws ED as new each bat, and on third page,
an adran-'e erer stated iato .
Adnrtteeaents dtneted to be -tspteytd, or set ln
tarx-e tpe, CBarged double rates.
jj- xearty adrertiirrs wi 1 be ebarged utra for ooea-p-tER
rpaee orer contract, asd wb- LARGE TTrr is re
aired to be ed, or the adTertiseaiest kept 00 inside of
. X3T Tearir adTerUsors will be chaiCff". extra at rejnlar
rales Jor Wants, Ren's, xrvs. Copartnership Nc
tires. To Caiuienees'. c
t-TASJtEST ADTE-TISIK- 3JCST BE PAID TO
J3" No adTertiscnem win sppear rfi le weetly paper
UMc s br tpec'a oea tract.
S3-AdTertisrmtiiu to be Inserted In the Weekly paper
erJj. cr at iwralar Intervals 1 oirbor of tbe papers, will
be -barged I per fejaare fer erery imerrion.
53- AmaeBCtareaBdid ites for State, Coenty andMn
iKal eaets, $5 earn, to be paid in adrance in e cry
X3T All airertjsemenlB for Cbarttabie Institatloes,
IVe OaMpantet., Ward, Town, and other Peblkc iteetings,
to V.ebSEd bait crice.
rT Warriaae and Deaths are nobiUhed as news ; but
OMtoarsts. Ttwatea of Beepect and Faseral Inritatiens
as etb:r adrortiserae&is.
J3 AH Legal asd Transient AdTertlseseots will be
chirir- ay the InstrtioB.
C3 Editorial Notices in Ideal Col emu wilt be charged
0 ctot pr lkto.
jj- No dtdac (ten er Tirtitlaa wiS b made fro the
. 'eGLANAIIAN, HCTTON k CO.
Tj. o. rites.
ATB9R.NET AND COCNSKLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
TE. 0c in the Post OStee BnikttDg.
All oseit etr-sted te his care will TeceiTe precast
and ftt-ai attention. OoUeetiou prorlly ad in the
sarro idS catties of West Tennessee, Mississippi and
J. A. ANDERSON.
ATTOBNET AT LAW, Mc phis, Tenn. 0oe in
Walker's Bnilding, ot.t Mansfield's Drug Store,
Main, street. JanlB-ly
TR SAMUEL GILBERT, SR., has retnrned to his old
. 1) .stead near Meaphiv. and reopec-d bis loflnn
arr and wBl remain pens tnently. He treats the foflow-
''c-aielHseases: Cancers, Seroffola, WW o Swrtliag,
-T-sisrs asd Wens, withoat Sosgical opaeDs. He also
' treats all Chronic Female dleass, Sfi sf long standing.
Tetter, Ehem satis, Syphilis, and all fot as of Mercnria!
ABrGLdee s it mcsf ary to say ore, at he has Uv
sg wttnse!! of his success from Maine to Oregon.
BENJAMIN HOTVCOTT, Dentist.
tjBP DeHtlsUy in Memphis I respectfully solicit
t e patroaa se of all who may ned my er
LL. in the Dental line, and bind mytelf to
nerf n a all optratloos on the Teeth, and Insert ArtltcUl
ith is the raost approred styie as wU as it can be
dose i . this or any other coantry.
" Offiee on Main street, opposite Worsham House.
m yc. irME n" ACREE.
G. W. & H. 31. ACREE,
BENT tTS. O ce ne bw,
str.et. between Main an- tzent ww,
AU Dnt uperaiioos j ni
the least possible pain. Diseases of the Areolar rrccess
Lad G ra treated !n tbe -est skilli-l nanser. Fall or
partial Sets of Teeth set on Gntu. Percha or GeM, with
the latest lmproTeaenU, and oUA autied.
JAMES Iff. MURPHY,
C3ro.ox-vl. TiBTict Agont.
I JACK SONPORT, ARK.,
TTZ1LL attend personally to the '-orating of Swamp Land
' W Scrip and Warrants in the Jaeksonport and Helena
Mstmts, eoUtn g Land and paying Tax- s.
B araham,Keophls,Tenn.jA.S. Hy, LUtls RockJ
B. n BrlB-tar. " aj i..
W. M. Prtwen, "
T. Xane Oo , "
H. P. GooWfe, Helena, i
Myitis Moore, "
. ABen Polk, "
C W. Board, Jaebssrt;
J. Norton Co , N. O.J
J. A. Rocsseau, LaGraage,
W. B. Batts, LawrenceTille,
s.rr wit HEWITT
-tr.T.'r.f BHdtctBe. on the principle that there Is
-red ia?ses, and none all saaeteat. 0
aaJeffhsM-treet, In the Post osee
frtbePott OBoe. Residence on the corner of
Kon-ndo asd Elliott streets.
Oal J. B. StantoB. N. Adams, Es Hsywfd oonnty.
Rr. P. B Btaai, Dr. J. B. Madln, F.vrtte coanty.
TMaerTle. ? P. M-elte, Ss... Tipton oonnty.
J. L. Wee, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
J. S. WHITE, 51. D.,
LATE of Hardsoan cottf. baring re0Ted to Mem
phis, offers hi, protessisaal services to thedtUem.
O-eTaa Court Sv.aa.re, dow west of Wallace's .IK
ttos hoase. Reideee on Pontotoc street, sonth sWe,
betweeaSt P Mock and St. Martin. Un23
R. F. L.OONEY,
A TTORNET AT LAW. LOce erer C. W. Cherry &
A Co.'s. S-1'
B. C. BROWN,
A TTORNET AT LAW, Marion, Ark., practices In
rbttllM. Ciittend-n, Ml-.isppl, Green, Randolph,
L.w,1Udece;jk". PotaseU, St Francis
,; Qon-tle-, in Arkansas. .t.-d6m
3 WICSERSKAM ED A- BEECHER.
-tTICKERSHAM & BEECHEII,
ATTORNETS AT LAW. Memphis, Tennessee. 0,
No g' Jeff-rs-n street.
SMITH P. BANKHEAD,
A TTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn pace in the
PU Otto Keck, erer Aydlett h. Co., third story.
Dr. B. L. LASKI,
r itt ar Phrstcin and Di-ector of several HospKaJs
L Gfir. ber of d.flerent Medical SocieUc,
iiVewTork has located in the dty et Memphis andof
ferV Ms eervtees to tbe pabttc as Phyrtetan, Accoocher,
aad for aH operations m S Tgery.
x oace WaahlEgteo street, between Malnari
B, T. RICHA-DSOlt.-W. W. WIIEA XT..M. A nlOOS.
' Richardson, Wlieatley & Kiggs,
A 3TORNETS AT LAW OOce on tbe comer ef "-ond
. and Conrt streets, MeraphtyTean. ocll-ly
A TTORNET AT LAW. OBVee in tne. a-osv uuw
V Memphis. Tenn.
HASKEI. Ai SEARCY,
mv r.v at LAW. Memnhis. Tennessee. Wm.T.
A naakeil and Robert Sfarcy hare associaled them
. . . . . , . ... f 4 1. 1 11,
1 tflf,tr in ina nru vi a " .
1 -npvrr AT TJiWrarl-xta,Ten. All bciicei
.il entrasted to his carj SriB receive prompt atteaUci
t siiiV POPE.
"a miBVltT 'i LAW. Memphis, Tena., wiB practice
iln all the Courts of Memphis and tbe Western is
ii" "SOcThof Court S.re, adjol.lng ttat of tt.
L .r-juj-t rrr m arl2-ly
: EGBERT H. OSBORSK
T wtTTJ, nracHce Law in the Courts of Harderflao Fay
vAff JzTZ. 7i i.!v, .i. In McNsifT and Har-
BaHv,- rdeman county. Tenn
JOHN P. FARRELLY,
ATTOBNET AND COUK-KL-Utt At a."
Term. Office comer of Main and Jefferson streets.
' Refer to Hens. Henry Pirtle. W. F. Bullock' and Messrs.
. r sa- TTjr-ifi. v.: Hon. James Pryor,
olrioHtorv Ky.; McGregor. AHowiy Co., aiid Moses
-'nfMnwoad. New Orleans: E. M. Appersoas k Co., Mem-
EXC0URIGE HOME INDUSTRY.
HOBER At WINKEL.MAIVX,
& M M J T M II S
Main-St., 3d Door lielow Union,
ARE nrepared to Ell all orders In tne
Hoaee Carpentering sud Karr ltnre busi
ness vltb neatness anuaispatcn.
KeeairlnK and Tarnltnlnc executed in
tbe tt style. We warrant all wotr done in our snp.
GIt. ns a call. feb7-im
rR.ilILTON JIcKNIGllT. lave of Nrw Orleans, baf
IVJ- beeoe associated iritb ns in the Grocery snd Com
mission Easiness datiae from tbe 1st Inst Tbe style of
the flrra will terearter be GATES, WOOD & McEKlGIlT.
Jtempbis, Feb. 10, IS57. GATES & WOOD
S. at. OATES. ....... A. M. WOOD.......!!. Jt'KStOHT
GATES, WOOD & McKNIGHT,
G v o c e v s , 1? v o i u c c
NO. 3 UNION STREET, UBMrHI?.
A GENTS Ha'ard Poirder Company ; ColHeri.' Wb'.tc
Xx. Lead and ou uompany, si. uuu. , iai
JA3IES BOKO CO.,
NO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, ME-PHIS, TEN.
NOTICE NEW 7IKM.
ttte taTe this dsy associatnl with ns In botiner s Mr.
yy GEO W. TROTTER, late of SoraerTitle. Tenn. The
style of oarbiae will be HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
WewooWrefpertfoIlT solicit from oar patrons a ooaMa
aatloFj of tbetr patronage, as we will, at all 'lines, keep s
Urge and well selected stock of Groceries and Produce,
which we tetl cheap. Call and see ns.
-EMrms. Febmsry 1.1S67 fb3
A. S. HAKCOCE...
.R. O. CLARE...
Late Aydlett &
OEO W. TROTTER.
Late of SomerTille.
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.,
iVliolcsale aud Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, BOPS, BACON, LABD,
a i 3ia.ci.s1 01 iToauoo,
NO. IB FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, ISNN
.1. C, .IAOOBI .& CO.,
(No. 323 Main, bet. Union ard GayosorsU.,)
Impor.ers and manufacturers ol
HAVANA & DOESTIC
CIGAES AID TOBACCO.
CONST ANTLT on hand, a large assortment of tbe most
farorite brands, at moderate pi ices.
J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
G u O C M m
AXD SEALERS IX ALL KISDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE
Son least Corner of Main and Union Sts.,
HATS always on band a well and earefnlly selected
stock of arHeies in their line, which ttcy will sell at
the lowest current prices.
X3" Orders promptly filled with dispatch.
C ANDEE, MIX & CO.,
43.xx.xx- 1st. 103V-
TNoffertegoar card to the pnMie we tender oar ac
n led resents, for the rerr liberal patronage extend
ed as dnriag tbe past year, and promise for the fatore to
fnrnlsb oarenstomers tne Ai1.e.01, v,nar-i ai
BEST SELECTED STOCK 0 crun iB the Sonthern
raontlT. . ,
Oar Senior partner win eosaiij i ,
market, and will keep ns folly supplied with every desira
ble style of
Staple end Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
tr .r int for some of the best brands of DO
MESTICS. OSNABUBGS, c, which w. offer at Factory
C ANDEE, MIX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
MILLINERY GOODS, &C,
an3-daw3m ' 5-5 MA1N-ST., MEMPIIIS, TENN.
J. B. SJIAEPE,
.Vo. 26 MadUon-tt., bttuttn Front Row and Main,
vlf PHIS. TENN..
WOCLD respectfnlly inform the merchants of Mem
phis and sorronn-ing country, that be has Jo:t re-
.permanent Agency for the sale of art grades of Vlrgta
la -Bbacoo. and intend to seep cob"uhj
stock eaaal to tne otmau", m-"- r'" " ,.,
Being f nlly able to compete with the New Tk, Bait,
mere, Olnetnnaa and Nw Orleans markets, be inrlles
theVttentlenot .11 dealers In tbe abore article to hlr
stock before parcaasins
J. B. SIIARPE.
A., r. M'CAKE.. r- WILLI ASM.
McCANE & WILLIAMS,
(Saccesscrs to Theat k Tnylor,)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Duvall'8 Bluffs, Arkansas,
At the crouing of the Mmphil and little Rock Rail
road on While River.
TnET keep constantly on hand Snrar, Coee, Salt,
Floor Mola.fes, and all other articles nsoally kept
in aGrocerV. which they wilt Mil low for cash or ex
dUnge for Hides, Fnrs and Peltries, or sny ether articles
Oc-SuS! LHlle Kock or the adjacsnt
coSftles Shipped to Davall's Bluffs, will be forwarded
atiy, M there are always wagens and teams In
readiness te haul to any point.
W O 0 12 S
We are now recelTlag and opening oar
Fall and Winter
and Blue Cloths, Casitavrcs.D-etklns, Cloaks, MantUIas.
M Ahti-e7relT.t Shawls, f e latest style; W
. A. , . tirrinr nn.Htr: CraD snawis, a
Uree Wtof BUnkets, Negro Cloth, Brogans, Ready Made
CWhlng, Boots ani Shoes, Hats, snd a variety of articles,
too numeroas to mention.
. t,.v 1, nr. one. come all," and examine my
....... ..in. -nar mirehases. I bought cn the
verr best terms, and am determined that none shall an-
- . . a. m w s a v r T 1
dersll me. 1 snau aaopi i
nnnrtcal dealers. A- u. oia,
No. 277 Main street,
Old Stand of Ferg"vn & NelU.
TVr . "rtM - n wv ,
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Mcmpuis. Tenn.
rriHE highest market prices paid for rough and rendered
J Tallow, Lard and Soap Grease. naxO-ly
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
Til A "X F A C Ti1 13 ,
No. CO Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
I VXoLT3i rat , To n.,
KEEP-constantly onhand. BOOT-ana
SnOES,of hisownEJe, also or tner4
msnnlactnrers. He ps, aifo,eio-i.
Sole and Upper. Calf Skins. French and
. , 01... .n- t m Carnet Bags an--
j acii ik . , ivi.
Uses. aU of which he wi 1 sell as cheap as any in this
Give hrma call before purchasing elsewhere.
A. STKEET &S.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
aagl2 MEMPHIS, TENS. .
LAW NOTICE. -
HVOLLINTINE, Esq., has removed his Law Office
over the Store and Commission Hoase of Fowlkes,
Mount it Co., on Jefferson ttieet, between the Post Offlce
and Main street. speJS-tf
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Ulerckaits,
deeSMaw3m NO. 9 FRONT HOW.
J. r. BILL.
J. T. HATLET.
HILL & HAYLEY,
OVER D. n. TOWNSEND'S,
FOR Selling, 60 cents per bale. For Btorin t and Sell
ing. 75 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
Stored by us will be covered by Insurance, unless othar-
X3T Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished
zo customers. .epiv-uawoui
A. M. HOPKINS & CO.,
f Suceeuort to Powell 4- Co., J
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sep!7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
. WILDS TER.105,
D. C. WILLIAMS, ,
W. A. BRTAW,
M. X. SRTAR,
Late of LaG range, Tenn.
Late of Panola, Mlis.j
VERION, BETA! & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
!fo. 6 Front Row, over Mern cham k Gnlbrallh's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping aad
Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per sale.
- All cotton sent to as will be covered j in saranoe,
unless otherwise Instructed. Aac-i
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & ITCTNT'S HEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
tCr - -
...IT. C. S5IDER,
New Orleans, La.
W 1LKER Ac SNIDER,
Cotton Fact or s
Coniniission Merchants, ,
2To. 123 Canal Street,
JalylS-da wly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
c. SI. nORTOS,... ......
Late He. - ft Hunter.
R. C. HORIOIT,
Late of Uonthalla, Mils.
C. M. HORTON At CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AV. 3 Madison- St., opposite I. B. Klrtland'i Office,
r: win continue as heretofore, giving spedal atten
tion to the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at Bity cents
per bale, and to the selection and purchase of any article
In market. Office removed from No. 3 Front Row to No.
3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank. ang20
I. SI. OATES A. . WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOBS, GBOCEBS,
Produce and GctJral Commission
J'o. 1 Union Street, between Main and Front Row,
MEMPHIS TENJi. .
AFTER an active application to huilness, for over
eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit tbe pa
tronage of oar friends in the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of our ability to please such as may
confide their business to oar charge. Our stock of Bag
ging, Rope aad General Supplies will not be excelled in
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made on consignments In store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Produce, in store, will only be effected upon actual
Initrnctlsns, or when under advance. Shipment of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be insured while in
transit, with opeS.pollcy, unless otherwise instructed on
the face of bills lading.
To all our friends who have so liberally patron ed as
during years past, we shalfoffer the same inducements as
heretofore for a continuance ef their patronage.
JunlJ-dawlr GATES X WOOD.
WASDLAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. i HOWARD'S ROW. MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mc
lasaef, Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Tlnegsr, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock now on had, and for sale at re nah!e prices.
-ariii ,niyi TnaanTi notions m store xor b.io or
shli ent. All Oottocs insured unlets otnerwise nmrucvj
ed. Our Open Policy of insurance covers aoon con
signed to us by water ; also, the risk of Fire while in
store, unless otherwise instructed. Our prices for storing
and sellicr Cottons, the same as w have charged for
ysars past fifty cents per bale. lnlr20
BEKJ. REID....... 21. REID.
B. REID & BRO.,
NO. 35 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LL Cotton sent to our address insures, umess.insimo
. tions to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders filled with care. Store and Sell Cottra at fifty
cent, per bale. dec2-nyl7
T T. AYDLETT.
.. c. XOUonCRTT,
T. P. AYDLETT At CO.,
HO. 6. ORATIER-ST., IVEW ORLEANS.
DOUGHERTY At AYDLETT,
NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
VTTILL make cash advances on all Citten or other Pro
W dace shipped to T. P. Aydlett Co., New Orlans.
CATiniNOTOK MASOK L. C "rORVSLL
Helly Spriags, Miss. Ripley, Miss.
MASON & iiQRVELL,
Cr O O 33 "ST ,
NO. 165 MAIN STREET,
i-M-PTT TH, TENN.
COXSTANTI.T on band, Bagging, Ropo and Plantation
jr. JL. terser 9
Cotton Facto r Commission Merchant,
Mosby & Hunt's New Block,
Up Stairs, No. 17 L-2 Front How, Siemphis.
IWILE TT particular attention to flllicg orders foi
Groecrle., Ba.gin K and Rope, ic.
C MASOX.........O. C. B0OKE......
Hully Spi legs. Miss. Looisville, Ky.
.L. C. XORTELL.
MASON, BOONE At NORVELL,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
No. 1611ain-St.f Memphis, Tenn.
TJAGGING, Rope, Jeans, Inseys, and a general .stock
JJ of Plantation supplies consiauuj ou .
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet Front Bow &Main,
PARTICULAR attention paid. to sale and shipment ol
Cotton and other Produce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest maraet pneea. w. .
T. J. DAVIDJOIf. R. ELLIS A. C SLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
0 Rcce'iYing, Forwarding and General
No. 21 A lain Street, Eatt tidcbetwcen Jejerion and
jLaam, Meapnu, Tenn.
T)0PE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
XV hand. jura Q- wti
XUSTiecelvel, SOOhbls, Smith's superior Pittsburgh
tl Ale. ui.run,
deelj Ualn-st, 3d door North Worsham Bouse,
C.r. SI. BOLAKD
.A. S. 1ICET
NOIiAND & CO.,
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
REFER TO J- Knox Walker, Miles Owen and Cap!.
JfCWS, J-OUH-. - w - -
E. W. RUCKEK,
Survcvor and Draugntsman,
r . . . . -vn- rnuA will eive
OFFERS his services m ""- .
prompt attention to any business connected wjl hhis
vocation. He may oe iobdu ami. . .-- --
Ilde.f Msin street, south of Unl.n, (Canovan s Build
ing,) No. 3JG, unless absent cn professional business.
J E Chadwick, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. Prcvlne, Bobertson Tpp,
B B. Wadden, Philip H. Thompsin,
John S. Claybrook. i feto-iy
A VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic .Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, fitc,
NO. 29S MAIN-ST., AIEMPHIS, TENN.
"CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Main sfrf, ntrf door to Odd Fellow? Hall,
MEMPHIS, TENN. a
FCRE DRUGS ASD MEDICINES,
-IHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, jrancy -ooua,
I . n.i... nn. -iT,,tw Ola... Patent and Botanic
Medicines,' Garden Seeds, SauT, Tobacco and Cigars,
u .....I .nrl wines.
X3" Every arliae soio. oy ns wnu """,
7 eject to be returned atout expense. Jnly8-ly
ASD DEALER IX
Watches, Cloclts. ana jeweirjr,
CORNER OF MAIN Aftl ADAM3-ST3.,
TAKES tls method of Informing bis friends,
. .1 ih. rinKiie -Hierallv. that he has moved from
his old stand toe comer of Mala and Adams
t ,t wher. he will take plasure in cxhibltlnt
a uew and choice lot of JEWELKT, to those who may
n- V i . with a call.
and wi e pi-aseii 10 execute
i . i i . . . i Ln n '.nn,,. t nouestv. in-
oruera lr ij '"-. -"-.--"' y.,. . '
tegrity, and his erreris topiease, v u
.r, i,-.-.i n.trnnare of auwno mar una iioodtc-icui .
visit his establishment.
J- All orders for repsl ringm evt,y oraucu oi j .
ainpM nromnT atien-i tu. .-. j
BREER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL COSIMISSIOX MERCHANTS
.Cotton and Grain Factors.
H. 07B11EWER & CO.,
REFER to J. T. Soulier, Esq., President nans or ta
Republic New TcrkJ.J. K. Sass, Esq.. Preslden
Bank of Charleston. S. C.rMessTS. John Fraier X Co.,
J". W. Caldwell, Esq., Charleston, S. C.; Col. wm. it
Churchwell, President Bank of East Tennessee -jnox-ville;
I. B. KIRTLAND, Esq., and Messrs. FALLS ft
CASH, Memphis, Tenn. r
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
36 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
lASn advances made on all Cotton r other Produce
I f mnilPRM as acovei DT
C. OBirrilt- J- Ots'FWOe
J. C GRIFFING & BRO.,
Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
. . ... -i .,. ti. tfftf .-ir.
..dmakeadvanceson shipments to oar
New Orleans. .,
L. BEASI T A.W.LOTISO.
liKASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Gr cn oral Grroooxra,
vn. 12 FRONT ROW. MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on hand.
Char-esfifU Tcents per bale, all other Produce at
nsuamees lnstructlcTs strictly obeyed, ond prompt
"m.Ln.'-AU P.-odac. insured,
..i r .
E. ASHIEIiIi & CO.,
For the Sale, SUrage and Shipment of
NO. 69 FRO.VT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEN.
. . frnMrlf TTll-i
A rS STp;ilrrre'tul,yd
C-njqntly. at the lowestcajrent rates. aagl-wiy
STRATTON, McDAlTr a- .
GROCERS AND GENERAL
vn -0 FRONT ROW. MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL consignments Insured unless otherwise 'JAU?.
S & " GRISWOLD'S celebr.ted(COTTO.N
GIN. . . . .1 Trr rBNTS
We continue to store ana otu w" -
Shd a large stock of Power-loom and India Bag-J
Onhand.a urge fiocs oi tnn.thma.zbei t0
wUl furnish to our customers -
jaJT COST !
G00D3, at aetual coitfor caih.
Owing to a change in our business, we offer at actual
cost for csJ and caih only, our entire stock ef Ctolhlng
and Furnishing Goods. As tbe Vuplness must beejosed
up,andUdosothostock.mnt bsold, persons in want
of Goods in our line, win flnd''lt,t th.lr sdrantage to
give us a call. A.
f3T Enquirer copy three months.
I- AXStOLI F- H WILLIAMSOS.
FRANSIOU & nLLIAfllSOX,
and Retail Dealers ii
-German Vases, Silver,
SU-er Plated, Gersn
Silver and Britsnta
Ware, Fine Tsble Cut
1S3 Main Street,
Also Looking Glasses,
Looking Glass PlaUs,
Tea- Trays, Parlor
Lara pe, Chandallers,
Girandoles, &c, c
Auctioneer and General Agent,
R-EAT, ESTATE BROKER,
83 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. .
T) ARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
X Property, Negroes, -ercnanoise, OI
Furniture, Lana cnp ana warraun,
Leasing Property, c
TT. Int. mnwmA f . K.r 1 . nf !fr. J. M. CALDWELL,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, laU of Huntsville, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
ailes of every description. Liberal Cash Advasces
JC"Storage and conilgnmenls soiiciiea,
P. S. I am Agent for The Adams Express Company,
THE NEW STYLE FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BT
Faskienahle Hatter. 75 Frent Row,
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES AND BRO GARS,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT
w i-. m rs-Toixpa :
octl2-ly No. 76 Front Row.
V- tV S hare the honor to inform tho pub
Ji ixar tic that thev hare re-ODtned their
BAU-ltOOil on Adams street, opposite Worsham Home,
as a LAGER BEER SALOON, in which they will com
mence on Monday, tbe 2d of February, to give a spfecdld
LUNCH, (with a glass of Lager Beer ) at the low rate rf
fifteen cests, Good SOUP wilt be served up at each
Lunch. Lunch at half-past ten o'clock a.m.. every day
Jan31-dlm J. SCHWOOB fc S. HERRMAN
Corner of Main and Adams Street,
THIS House Is situated in the centre of business, ano
is now finished and in comnlete order. The Proprietor
pledges hire self It shall not be surpassed by any House In
Being erntefnl for the verv liberal natronage bestcwe-
on him for the last two yesrs, be hopes bj a street atten
tion ta aneinees to merit a continuance or toe ta o.
oc7-tf J. J. TTORSHAM, Prbprletcr
CORNER PRO NT ROW AND JEFFERSON STS.
THIS estabUsbment has Just undergone thorough re
nalra In everr drtrtment. Rooms newly pala'ed
and papered; bedding thoroughly renovated; there Is net
even a mattress that Is not new or equal to new ; carpeL
mostly new, c la one word the hoase Is now In de
cidedly better ort'erthan it has ever been sine it was
ballt. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to
House since I have occupied it, and having renewed two
leases, one on the House, the other upon my age, I hope
to be able to give more attention than bvretofors. J srr
determlned to make my guests comfortable.
oc7-tf O. CUC HELL, r ropnetor
ON UNION STEEET.
THE subscriber respectfully informs his oW friends snd
ALL the public, that he has opened a new Restau
rant on Union street, where he is prepared to furnish
tho best viands that can be found in the market, served
in h h.t Pirlilm atvlei. (Waters. Game. Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Flib, Birds In fact, everything suited
to the finest and most delicate epicurean taste.
Glvi me a call I have six different rooms wr tne ac-
conimudatlor. of Private Parties. I will not be outdone
in any branch connected with my business.
fel20-tf UU3. i r r.
Corner Main and Jackson-sts.,
THIS well knownnoULhavlB changed hsmls,
snd br- n thoroughly repaired, aad provided with
!i!. linn i,f Boarders and Tuvt.i rs.
Tht public may rest assnnd that every exertion will
be nade an the pirt of the Proprietor b reod'r th
House tecond to none in Wot Xennessee. Haviai active
and attentive ttrvaats, and a table always tarnished with
the best the coantry affords, he onfidently relies .spoa
. i.i., ,nl ..tl.f.rttan t alt
rho may raver n. a wi
WM. K. BENNETT,
t" Ennnlrer copy,
WOiiMtAilI HOUSE CONFECTIOXEnV.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under the Wor
KEEP3 constantly on hand a large assor tent of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits in their own Juice, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled oys
ters. Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Nuts, c. '
twm r-f in connection wim mis eso
TS I i . l .,!..,.- haw Mt4 w .n ft fr
f 5gSiloon. and wUl rcceite FRESH
LbCfB uisia or ZTKIJ p.cac
novlS-dly S. P. BRIOHETTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BEO.,
237 MAIN STREET,
TT EEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIN
JLV, and FANCT CANDIES. CAKES, Fralts, Preserves,
etc.. wholesale and retail, .we are aiao prvpanu u mr-
nlsh parties at the shortest notice.
with this we
. F9 OvkfP open oar
C Sl,'f.'5ENTLEMENS' OTSTER SA
VLk L& LOON from 9 o'clock a . M., to 12
ffc p. sr.. and are r-ceiving during the whole season.
FRESH OYSTERS by every st'amir. We solicit a share
of the rubllc patronage: ov-d6m
R. J. LAMI.NU.
NOS. 63 AND C5 LOCUST STREET,
giu t Xjouia, VXo.
. J. Murphy, Memphis i Cupk & Co., Memphis ;
Barnett t Walker ' Todd Goyer,
Charles Potter. " feba-sm
JAMES LOW & CO.,
41S Main Street, Louisville, Ky.,
4 RE now receiving theltif lock of Dry Goods for the
incoming Sprlns Sales, to--hlch they lavlte the atten
tion ef dealers. Their purchsses of American dsmestK
Cools have been made under the most favorable circum
stances, for cah, befere the advance, which will ena
bit them to offer Inducements 1 the purchase of these
goods net to be surpassed by any dry goods coaoera in
the United SUtes. ,
We natter oarseiTes to be able to sell Domestic Goodi
fully as low as they can, at prese&t, be parcbastd iroin
th- Dry Goods Com mission Iluuses in tbe Eastern mar
kets. We will have on hand, of our own direct Imita
tion from Europe, a large and well-selected stock otOac-
onets.Swlss Mulls. Nainsook, Mu llns, Cambric, Linen,
Hambric, Handierchlcfs. Hosiery, uioves, r.nsuiu maia
Blaik and White, and Black and Gray Prints, French
Plati Prints, English 4-sthJ, Purple and Chocolate Prints,
togither with a fall assortment of Goods sultaole for
mea's wear Examine oar stock before making roar pur
chases, and you will find that we have made no state
ments yiat we aro not f nlly able to make good f eb7-d2ci
BRADY & DAVIES.
GENERAL COMJIISSIOX MERCHANTS,
Main Street, Louisville, ly.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine itrp", Bag
ging, Jeans, Linseys, Ian23-ly
A. O. SMITH. ...B. rOUTliniE....OEO. J. ROWL -ID.
sinn, GUTHRIE CO,,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AXD AOEXTS FOR THE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 36t Main Street, between Second and Third,
JsnlS-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
J. M. HI cFADDEV & CO.,
(LATE TRIPLETT, Il'FADDIK & CO.,)
No. 2? Leree, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provliicns, Flour,
Grain, ic, solicited and promptly executed.
J. HARTET R. B.. IIARTET.
C. M. HARYEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 URAVIP.B-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
-t-t OUR personal att ntlon
Z5-v3k 1U be given to the Sal or
4 .WnSv Forwarding of Goods or,
;J'OyProduc- consigned to our
rVrw address. We will eont. act Freight out-
above fer re-shipnrnt either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have bsd several years- experience in our m artei
in the purchs'lng of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
REFER TO COOK l J . U. -Iimug a Jro , cu
Strange, Hannah ft Shanks. dec!2-ly
& A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AXD BOOR PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP ALL KINDS,
T.rff.IVi' IifcliiS, &C,
Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
. FITZOERALD...CIIAS. C. SILL. .J. W00DWORTH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Succeuort to Park, Simpson If Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Pront Row, Memphis,
DR. THOS. KELLER,
-v ATS! of Tnscumbla .Alabama, has located permanent
Jl ly In Memphi-, nd offers his services to the public
in all the branches of his profession He has taken the
offlce heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
and Union streets. Having recently maae a careiai a
general selection of Surgical Instruments, he Is prepared
for all the operations of Surgery. Residence on Shelby
street, between H Jing and Treievant streets.
D M. DUROSE,
x TTORNET A- .1W, Memphis, Tenn. Offlce on east
"A. side of Main street, between JeCbrton and Adams.
Refer to P. Titus, McEwen, Harris McNeill, J. D.
Williams; W. B. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
Moon, Titus k Co., New Orleans. Janll-tf
S. B. WILLliVftlSOK,
(Succeuor to Williamson Hancock,)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars &c.
19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
W U60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
25 tierces Sugar-Cured Sams;
20 kegs Shot, assorUd sixes;
100 bs Whisky.
tmi?. wlCQ UI sea cheap far cash at N. -Front
JTl 8. B. WILLIAMSON.
TnK subscribers keep on hand tho following articles,
which they warrant to be of first quality, and for
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins
Wagons, Northern and Sonthern manufacture ;
Bacon, hog-round ;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco ;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Sfcot and Lead;
randies and Wines, superior article ;
Lime Cement and Plaster Paris;
Together with a genera assortment of all articles usu
ally kept In a Grocery store.
GWTNNK & GIBSON,
July- No.. 1 aad 2 Exchange BnHdinc.
JVF W GO QI2:
EMPORIUM OP PASHION,
And Ladles General Famishing, Cloak
arid IautHla ErtaDlishmtnt,
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN
WE are now receiving and opr!n; one
the Itrgeet and most magnuicent stocka
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Good
ev.r bioucht to this olty. Also, a very select assort
ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely c w. Silks, Caal i-m-res,
M .. uoi, DrLaiD-, in-4 a rgs variety of all
styies for Street, raveig acd Kveolsg Dres.es.
We cal 1 aarticnlar attentioa ts our MJhnery Erart
mert, contis:ing of Chenille, Kc r a.d Ci Y lvet.
Satin, SUk, Grecian, Italian tn1 EoUh Bjnnets; Flow
ers, Feather, Ribbons, Bridal VeHs and Wreaths, .6,0CO
worth of fine Fres Bmbroiu-.is, R-u Thread, Maltese
and G impure Laces; all styles of
Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladles' Cloth and Velvtt fer Uoals, Dress Caps, Bead.
Dresses, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets. Eld Gloves,
Furs. Trimm lns of all description, for Cloak- an' Dress,
es, &c, &.c.
N. B. Embroidering and Stamping done. Cloaks an
Dresses made to order in a few hours at cheapest prices.
Ladles, please call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl J,. STILLMAN CO.
pqiut to s--S jritbhrg.
""ETCHAVARKE & BRO.,
sjfc. SITUATED in Fort Pickering, on tte
SSCft norn Lake Road, have on hand a fine as
Sysortmnt of SURUBBRRT. in every ce-Pi
'rfr- partment, consisting in part of f
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, Tcctarincs, c.
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vices, in va
ri.tles,with a good supply of Evergreens, Green nouse
Plants, Bulbous Roots, RLoba b and Astaragus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be ;unc
tua'iy attended to, aad all Plants guarantied to order
and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens In town
or country, at the sburte't notice.
fbI0-m ETCHAVARNE BXO.
FORMERLTof the firm ef Mooneyd
Green, would respectfully say t his oteV;
friends and custnmers that ho is S1U4 al
the old stand, with a good supply f Fruit
Trees, consisting of
Also, R-spberry. Strawberry and Grape Vines. In va-
rietieswtth a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Balbous Roots, Rhubarb aad Asparagas.
Orders from a dittanee, accompanied with draft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attended to aad all plants guaranltdto order and de
livered aay pal t of tbe city, free of charge.
Nursery on Main street, South Memphis.
octls-d6m Beceiverof Mooney Green.
TO HORTICULrURISTS AND PLANTERS.
2&yc or Memphis and su' rcunding country that
rj tne season I or transpisnnag rail aa ur
4wL namental 1 rees is fast approaching. Great
" additions have been mad.i in every depart
ment. taor particularly amocg Fralts. A mere select
and varied collection has never been offerwl for sale In
the Southwest, censUtlng in part of over cue hundred
Crxox o a ,
Catawba, Isabella, Ohls, Scapperaoog, Calltornla. etc
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc ; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
Pecans, Chesnuts, etc., etc.
Green-house plants. Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every dVsirahle variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a 'dlticn to tbe above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Bulbs, ef all kinds. In consequence of basing to
move most,of my stock on hand, I will sell it very low.
Purchasers may rely on everything being what It is
represented, and tales may be effected on very favorable
terms, by applying at thjGarden and Nursery, near the
Railroad Debot, or addressing
oclU6m S. M. WHEATON.
P. S. Dnrlng my absence from the city, all orders will
meet with prompt attention if left at th store of J.
WUdberger. S. M. W.
THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory on
Second street, b-tween Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair Carriages at the shortest notice. All work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share of pnblio patronjgr
JanJ-ly L. 3. BURR & CO.
rllTADELPKIA, JAIV'Y, 1S5T.
To Dialers in Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas:
GENT -EMFN r" W re jowctabllsbid in th eWHOLB
SALE BUSINESS ii this city, and beg leave to intit.
your attention to an
ENTIRE NEW STOC-,
BOOS AND SHOES,
Direct from ite Manufactories la Massachusetts, New
Jersey, a-d Pen-sylvan a ; and believing, with e long
experience and superior i.cilltles, oT STOCK for
TOUR TRADE, and fort ha satisfaction of your cretom
cts, cannot b surpassed, we solicit AN EARLT CALL
when yon come to this city.
Tours respectfully, JOS. S. LEVETT & CO..
No. 122 Market street, third store from couta.
Joseph S. Lztett, Iste of Memphis.
PatlSticESEY. of Boston. Jan i-w6
LOOK HERE, EVERYBODY!
Tho Madison Street Sash, Door & Blind
p a o t r :
THE undersigned has taken the sta sd recently occu
pied by Moore Halstead, over the Planing Mill ct
Whipple, McCulIagh & Co.. and U prepared to nil all or
ders for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings Base
Mouldings, &c. All orders f rem the country attended to
with ptomptnets and dispatch.
jan3-w6m R. YIRGKSON.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of D. B Johnson,
dee'd. are requested to come forward Immediately
and make payment; and those having claims against
said estate arc hereby notified to present-hem within the
time prescribed by law, and as the law directs.
W. A.TURNER, Esq., will represent us at LaGran g.
JAS. M. WHITE,
W. B. WALDRAN.
Administrators of D. B. Johnson, dee'd.
Memphis, February 10th. 1857 w2m
In Chancery at Jackson, Tenn.
v ia flsucr
Jane Taylor and others.
IN pursuance, to an order of sale mads in the above
cause, at the February Term. I shall, on THURSDAT.
the 1 of April next, offer for sale in the city of Mem
phis, before the office of J. C. Lanier, Clerk and Masttr, a
Lot of Ground, situated in the Builer Division of the
City of Memphis, In Block No. 2. as designated on his
plan. Fronts 0 feet oa Tennessee street, aad ruusjback
150 feet, more r less, to ah alley, and the tame sold by
Butler to Thomas Taylor, -ceased. On said Lot is a good
Dwelling Mn.se. c.
Terms cr Sale $1110 due Jsnuary 1st, lS5Vai1
balsnce dee January 1st, 1S69. Bond aud good security
required, and a Hen retained. Said Lot sold without re.
demptlon. THOS. GLARE. Clerk and Master.
Jackson, March 6, 1S57 mar!0-w3t
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Ilourt, wtttovt Break
oj uuageor iaangt of cart or Jiajgage.
BRANCH FROM CENTR4LIA IS NOW FINISHED,
-aas suonen ingtae time to sixteen hours to Chicago,
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Car,
a- searing iae same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls ,
Rochester, Albany, New Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
. . i viiies . uniy two mange of uars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New
Tork, forty-alae hours. Fare as low, and comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
ROT subjected, to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of Sal roads through Indiana and
Ohio, to the East and North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Mlehfran fVinil.ra
Tral i, for Cleveland, Dankirk, and th East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, Ju, and with a splendid Line of First C,
Staamers for Sanlt St Marie, Lake Superior, Colling
wood, Toronto, 4c.
"raini wave Cairo Every Morn x and Events- ent.
8:05a. 11.. Chicago and Daniel th Exarei. Snad...
This Train com iccts at Chicago with New Tork IJiht-
aing Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New Tork Central Railroads, through in thirtr-oa boors.
This Train also eeaaects at Sandoval with Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Louis and Viacena m; at
wn iia ci tne Terra uanie, Alton aaa at.
Lonis Railroad, far Indianapof, Louisville and Cincin
nati; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena
Dameith; the latter connect g with Trains to Spring
field, Naples, Rock Island, Barlia gtoa and Qulney.
6:10 p. 51., New Tork Exprets, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stiltons, except na Signal,
coDxuxtlcg a lthMaln Line Day Express from Decatur
Dnlelth, and arriving at Chicago at 2 r. M.
Passengersfor the Upper Mississippi, wiB find at Dut
Wtb, steamers ef the Danlelth ad Minnesota Packet
Osstpaay, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Trata for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paal, e. Passenger,
for JanesvBl. aad Ceoiral and Xuum tnr.n
hectat Freeport with Trains to Befett and Janes viiic an.
from thrnc to Madison and Central and . . -w.
The Maps and Charts Indicating the Great Central
Route tothe North and East are an exact transcript of
Cotton's Map of th United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this rente as weO aa the rmning
time cards of the connecting Roads, and Judge for them
selves as L, the correctaers of the above stateaeats. The
opening of the Liiuols Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chlo.ro, and thus forming a speedy and direct ma r
, oeoinunicaUon btween the Upper Lakes aad Rivers, aad
' -ie Lower Mississippi, affords tothe pieasare traveler,
l a well as the business ma n, aitractos and farimi..
fot reicLlcgthe North am lEast. which surpass thosaot
any other rente, -hatever. The accommouatiees f.r
nlshed by tit Company for tbe cor.venien of the trav
el g public, the permanency- of the road aad structure
the strength aid elegance or the Engines aad Cars, eon
Jend ttems-Ue to those who desire in traveling
ce-ifort and safety. r '
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, Witt tbe p-tvHege
jf la y .as over at ary point, can be had at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Rarl Offices on the 1 a.
W1LV MOMN. Ag t,
zui-lj Memphis, Tena.
I-Offlce. No 15 Jefferson street.
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
M I JL tt O & J9 .
OPEN TO CORINTH.
ON and after Nov. 15, 1&SS. THROUGH MAIL TRAIN
will leave Memphis, DAILT. at 7:00 A. M , arriving
at Corinth at 12:30 p. M.; at SomervUla at 10:00 A. 2f .
Returning Leaves Corinth at 1 p.m.; Som erv e,3
p.. Arrives atMeephis at 7.00 p. M.
Thls Train connects at Corinth with a dsabie Daily
Lin eof first class Post Coaches tothe terminus of the
Eastern Division of the Memphis and Charleston Rail
road. Thence by Railway direct, and connections sure
wlih all Eastern cities.
Staging reduced to forty vUles, and track-laying pro
THROUGH TICKETS sold to the foUowicg coin ts :
MONT GOM ERT,
This Train also connects with the Mississippi Central
Railroad to Holly Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Canton,
Jackson, 4c, c.
Also eeaaects at Grand Junction Station with Tennes
see Central Railroad to Bolivar, Jackson, Huntingdon
and other places.
Also connects at Pocahontas with Tri-Weekly Line of
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus,
'XIIROUGIi TO NASHVILLE IN 31 HOURS,
Via tbe Memphis aad Charleston. Nashville and Chatta
nooga Railroads ouly.0 mUes of Staging, against
ISO ty any other route.
The ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN runs daily ex
cept Sundays) between Memphis aad the Junction with
the Mississippi Central Railroad :
Leaves Junction 7.00 A. t. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r . . ; arrives at the Junction
C:00 r. si.
Freight Trains le. ve Memphis tar Pocahontas DAILT
at 7 a.m. Doors close at IP. M.
Through Tickets only, on the above Routes, can be ob
tained at the Commercial Hotel, as weU as information
connected with the Road.
Passengers axe requested to purchase Tickets before en
tering the cars, and save payment, of extra fare.
Baggage checked to all stations on the Railroad, and
no Baggage will be received withoat being checked.
Each passenger will be allowed seventy-five pounds of
baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage; bat no
article will be carried as bagage that is not incident to
the person of the passenger. In case of loss the Com
pany will hold themselves responsible for an amount not
Negroes, when traveling alone, mutt have a permit, na
ming the point to which they are to go, and specify g
that they are to travel by railroad, or they will not be
p2I Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Washington, 2Ve w
York, Philadelphia, Si.c.
Direct Through. Iiino for tho East I
Baltimore and Ohio
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (37
miles,) and to Washington, (10O miles,) and presents
the fullest advantages both as a freight and passenger
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
A Ueghenies; and beiag solidly constructed, completer,
equipped and carefully managed, is one of the most at
tractive and safest Railroads in the United States. The
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and Zanesvilte tc
WheeUng, unites this road with all portions of the West
The ohlt THBOUon Ticrets rno.M Mrarpais,
Louisville and St. Louis to the Natiokal Mx
tkopolis, are sold by this road, which runs direct U
Washington without tbe delay of past g througa..ti
more. It J.' sifo the only line by which baggage canoe
checked to Washington from tho Ohio river.
X-By the mail rout- from Memphis, take themali
steamers, running daily for LonlavOle, connecting there
with 11 steamers or Jefferscnville Railroad for Cincin
nati, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars ol
Little Miami Railroad for Coluaibu., conncctsg theie
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark andZanes
ville, to Wh-viin g. By the express train of this route,
the time from Cincinnati to BalLmore and to Washington
' is less man i nours.
I S3"ls sure to ask far tickets by thBttcre and Ohio
I Itailmad Ri te-
-Passerrs from Memphis going East tnronTh St
Louts, can "uy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. Tbi route lays through ViaotnnesTerra Haute,
Indianapolis, etc., to Wheeling, over the new Ohio and
Mitsls.tppl and ccnnnecLng Roads. These connections
are ail direc, ard the time fro St. Louis to Baltimcrt
or Washington is bat about 13 hours. Through Ticket
by this route may be had of the Agent, under the Plan
ter': ous, si. wi? louowmg latee : rem St. Louis to
Baltimore $26, to Washin gtta $26.
At Wioelin g the pasee . lakdrrthe "uperior cars ol
tbe Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which inn th i ...
dai , f or BaMlm rs, Washington, Philadelphia and New
lora. -urui . id or 1 1 bouts, including stoppages.
For safety, speed, rtgula xity, beauty of lie coantry, a !
general com fort, this road is second to none In tbe Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses tho- largest
equipment of any Railroad in the United States, aad U
prepared to da an lmmrnse buslnes a in transportation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and
in tne siroe oi t re wita me Railroad to Philadel
phia and New Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and Balti
ORE ST ASHlp Lines, by Canal and Sea to New
Tork, and by new Merchants' aad Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to itorro , L'narieston, Savannah, Jtc For
particulars, tee freight tariff, copies of which may be had
,ui s u ouscs in me west, oror J. B. FORD,
Receiving and Forwarding Agent at Wheeling.
WM. S. WOODSIDE,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLETTE,
Inn -ly Agent, 61 Front Row, Memphis.
d X BASE TS Creme de Biusy Champagne Wine.
CO H. H. POTTER. Main strict.
fcbl9 Third door North Worsham House.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
1 OA SAC 3 for sale by
LX) B. MERRILL,
oct2S No. 5 Monroe street.
Bagginc, Bale Rope and Twine,
f ON STANTLT oa hand and for sale by
NEW, llxbt, elegant ond cheapPatent SPRING
Si. M ATTKK s, for sale by
II. M. GEOSVENOR.
A SUPERIOR astartmsnt of Pianos and Melodeoas.
Just received by
H. M. GROSV-NOR.
"TTJTT received, 10,000 Cigars, rangla j la price from
tl siuiosiu a uwusana, by
.HI H. POTTER,
decH , Maln-tt., 3d door North Wsrsaim Hbose,
Uy lailvoail from Cairo!
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN.
OPEN from Junction with Memphis and Chariesu
Railroad to Tooae's Station, eight mifet North of
Bolivar, and eighteen miles Sauth of Jacksso, Tenn.
Coros c 'nlxx
Leaves Bol tvar DAILT (Sundays excepted) a't :I0;
Arrives at Junction at S:30.
Connecting with 7 a 31. Train Into Memphis.
-Returning, leaves Sanction at 10 a. sr., or an arrival f
Mad Train frm Memphis, arriving at Tooae's StatM ti
12.30 p. x.; connecting at that point with Wvlv's Hat .
Cuact tes for Jackson and NathvHle, via Huntington, a.
with Norwood's line of Coaches to Jackson aad Nashv
via Lexington, Clifton, Waynetbsro, Mt Pleasant. Co
lomeu. and from Spring nal ty the Ten nessee and Al
bania Railroad Also, with R. E. Smith's line f Ac
-S-rp-TfT-g Train !
Leaves. Tooae's Station dslly (Sundays excepted) at 1 IS
P. M , connecting at Grand Jnncti.a with Mail Tla .
arriving at Memphis at 7:15 r. II.
Retnrnlng, leaves Grand Junction cn arrival of Access
as odaUon Train from Memphis, at J: p. it , arriving ar
Passengers for any of ihe above aamed neiats hr lb.
route wm have less Staging than by aay other.
R. P. NEELT Sept.
TEA VEL IN G PUBLIC,
OOE TO YOUR INTEREST!
TIIROIGJ TICKETS TO GRENADA.
Fare Wcduced to G SO,
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING te mBes south sf Hohy Spring,, hartr
:y sixty tla miles of Stagier the chunrtt. .
peasant, aadqaiekeat route brfie fear to Sea boor
Ucthl. laute the ttazlnr ia bat. mB ,-.. ...
oalh Panola roa . although tbe latier is reoreeestMt i
be but fifty-two He staging asd fifteen he a t ,
Te trae iittaace over t e Panola route is six tv.av
In a few weks the UnsisslBpl Cintral EaUrsad wtii t
ex'endf to theTalla hauhie river, still thoritxg It
staging seven miles Has Travtlers win look to the!
co-fort and pocket. A word If the wise 1. selSrkat.
J3 For Tickets e inf oratu aol, to SIM StCO J
Agents, at theE silroid. Si ags and Omcihas Ticket 6t
fice, Comm-n-clai Hotel. -tit-dr
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE-
C-Siojo. xo Como.
ON and after Monday, January Uth. 18S7. THHt.
MAIL TRAIN wat have
excepUd,).t7:-9A. ., arriving atOmo as l5 "
StoSu-t? vr. " ,9:M A" -This
Train concU at Coma wih J. P. ifcAleiarxf
Cc,'. danr line of First Class pt Cct, f"Ta t
and Grenada Staging reduced to ailcl ,lw-a e
phU and Grena ji Urouxh In 15 . ... r.;.. .
pubBc n ay rHy on this being a shorter and cheaper Tw
other taida CiDt0n' JuXKa t Tlcisburg t- xj
rrangements made to receive their rl. ,t .... .
oa arrival, as the Company have only temporary arran
meats fer takm g care of freights, and -illsoth,
titrte for the less or damage to Ihe same at that stotsea
Passengers are requested to panhasa ticket. ..
entering the ears, aad save naymeat Jf extrarar.
Engage checked to aU sutaa on the EaUroad' aad .a
baggage wm be recelvid withoat Legehked xJct
paaseager wffl be aBowed It 0 panada f buttsTir T -road,
aad GO pounds by ttage, hat ao iitlgimlfZf.
P-gerff86 U 004 to the P8
a "?!,"Mu"' Compary willboH thenselve. rs
sponilbio f tr an amoaa t not excetd-g o
2-Negroes, when traveling atone, mast have a rmcit
naming the point to whis h they are to go, aJsr!ecMy-1
th.ttheyaretotr.ve! by -aluoad. or t,T KtU
Prom Memphis to Jackson, 83 50
From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50.
Via Jackson, VFaynesoro ami
CONNECTING near Brownsville with the Meanhia
and Ohio Railroad, and at Thoansa.
nee ana Alabama Railroad. Thit ia the chr. , ...
to Middle Tees.e. and travelers ar .u7eS?t,
Dliai Or TTnu Will K on. . 4 t 77 lfcHJ
-. Wse. and drivers are tapT
iv . h-T;."-.: "?"" . w- w
la,l"5 NORWOOD : nurrtw
If. B. FOBEST,
K V111 Ii SLuVVES,
No. ST Adams-st, Memphis, Ten
desire, to ca r.ttene o ' rlsera L
.He w,H ln the recni.- . . '
frwaNorthaodSo.th Carolina every nmib HlT
gro Depot u one of het compieto d wrnrnod- .
esubtishmeau of the kind In !ehra coLauT.
hU rega-t-nsexact and sy,USe, elenle. I7r.
ne,. and co .fort being atrlcUy oeVA vrf and enf ,,crU
"'i1" 10 fnrnisn u A 1 servaau nd
fi.ld bands, sound and perfect in body -
ffTOCft tlkra nn ijtu.i- J -tw. -
O BALED SS feviY.
Bridging of sixty mile of the Southwestern RanT,j"
commenciag t McMinnvBle. the SoXra to?m!T i
runurg North through Warren Wii. . pS
countiest.Llvtnr.oD, in OveruTc.uaty pBtIU
Proposals for theboveworkm.yneiii!li.
mlh. one each, or for thirty, or ThYwhSe sixTr w
eMUc lr.n. tracklaytegi-r,'-
equpmei.t necessary for operaU.g th, roadwittcci
Plans. mDS. nroaie. n4 -i .
and all other formatoob?a1eo: the E3
once after March 1st, at McMinv.. or &IS5,?1
WINSTON. CHURCHILL CO.
M. C. CAYCE & SON,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, "
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 5Madigon Street,
PARTICULAR attention win be given fo al sale, in a.
cilyor eoaatry.of Negroes. Real E.ate, Mercha-,
use, PornltoreJjnd Scrip, Stock, etc AM kinds Reus,
at ad ia.iag Property, etc storage anTii
meats solicited from all tec ns
t?'V,SODrSvlt,1,a, scknowledjmeBU for the vet,
liber.1 P.tr.sge heretofore received, we now pledge
selves, having deu-rmlned on makin, MemphuTour per
manent home, to doabfa our dlHgs.ce al
r. ,iVWtUS'Jt"s S1s - trade, th- L,
el. yen la Memphis, we ought te be graduates, s "
eonadent ,,n gi,e. a. wo w. ha.edik
RrrzRxtxs A. O.iHarrisJiCo & a r-..y - i n
naherty-Bro., I B. -inland, R. c. Rinkley "L 1
.h. ?"'?. TeW Dr Sam.Gk4rt, Met,:
phis; BiWwini. Starr, N. T Deljon it Son. W ,
Brace & Co Ciacinaatl; Thos. T. Bead. Esq.. s. Cs.
dy, LomsviBe; Messrs. Duncan. Rawhngj, b. T SLiei ,
mos. . win ston.jfew Orleans; B.r. Sr?f .
iac.ic, ah uu uoiors.
IfcM. F H 22
HAS opened his STUDIO in Clark's Marble BaQdi r
"be he wUl be pleased to se those that wish to
empley his peneiL
-Portraits also r ted from Da guerr-c types t A
V. . TAKEN up at my hre, one BAT HOI i-
' 't whibs. Had 'oa new .JdVrS
Clerk's Sale of sin -.
John B. Ptrsoas, Cyntha Per-")
tons, andaryPersoBs, mi-1
ncrs, heirs of Amss Per-1
son., deceased, by th elr "P1" petition t U
next friend and Guard n Is17-
Staiky ReddlU 'I
X coatlty, Is this cause th!..! ,y. .... ... .1
!V,l2s tro,f15em,,,U'oaFIlIDAT the 20th iT
i.T V . 0,rc suction th foBowinf
iil!: Tb:A,DERS0-V' td sesent ea
years. Terms cash.
. M. D. L. STEWART Cerk aad Mssio.-.
Joh Hallum. Sol for Petitioners fe24w3t
Clerk's Sale nf Sin -.
Wm. Manning and Wlfe,Ma-y"i
ii oein, Tnos. aauaders, I
John Saunders Aaron Stun-1
dera, Tenaesseo Saunders, V Ex-partei Petit a'
James B. Saunders, m.nors, I tell Slaves for dlvlslo-i.
by their next friend, John)
PURSUANT to a decree of the Circuit Court of St r
county, in this cause rendered oith' slit -U .
January last. I win la front of the Court House dW. ta
tne town ot aieign. en SATCRDAT, the 21st uav oe
March next, seB to the highest bidder, the JoBowlnv da
scribed slaves, to-wit :
FILLIS, aged about 23 years, and her children.
JULIA. " S "
JOE. " " 2
Terms One-half eath. aad ihe residue on I
months credit from day t aale; with' bond! and go so
cnrltyand a lien retained en th slaves .until the J.xr
red pajra at is tnad v ,
M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk and Mas r.
J.L.& . Harris, Sol's for Pet'rs fb2-w3t