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BY M'CLAJSTAHAN, HUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1857.
VOL. m NO. 30k
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SBLISRED DAILT, TBI-WI.ELY.AND WEEELT, BT
JNO. K. M'CLANAHAN, LXONIDAS TROUSDALE,
TO. M. HUTTON, BENJAMIN F. DILL,
under Tnr sttle and rir or
6TCTLAHATTAT7, HUTTON & CO.,
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MeCLANAIIAX, HBTT0N it CO
Li. O. RIVES.
A TTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
il Teas. OS-in tae Fest oaoe Mtsc.
.AM bosini eatrasted to his care will receive prompt
a-d'faMhtat attention. OiHeetioBs promptly made In the
serrauBOJfig eeasues of West Teasessee, Mississippi and
J. A. AXOERSOX.
A TTORNET AT LAW, Maphis. Tens. Once in
L Walker's Bailding, evor Maacfleid's Drag Store,
Mala street. JaalO-ly
DR. SAJIUZL GILBERT, SB.., has retnrced to his eid
homestead near Memphis, and Teopeerd Ms Iaflrro
ary, aad wH remaia penasaetitiy. Ho treats the follow.
&g Ctqaaic Diseases: CaDoers, ScrudTula, Wbi e Sweilieg,
Tamars and Wens, without Sort. tea! operations. He also
treats aS Cbreoie Female dd'eases. Soiw sf loag staadiag.
Tetter, Rheamatis--, Syphilis, and all fotass of Mercatla!
Dr O. deems it aasecessary to say more, as he has llv
Eg witnesses of his saccess from Maine to Oregon,
B Eli JAM tit HOWCOTT, Dentist.
HAVING prepsred myself well to practice
Dentistry in Memphis I respectfully solicit
lihe patronage ef an wbo may need ray ier-
' vices in the Dental lis, aad bind myself to
perform an operations on the Teeth, and insert Arti.eial
Trcth In the most approved style as well as It can be
deaela tMser sny other eoaatry.
Oa ee oa Main street, opposite Worsham House.
9 W J tllEE! VS AC St EE-
G. TiT. & H. M. ACREE,
bttiX3. -mee senen siocx, ixran
1 strset. between Mats aad Front Row,
AH Dental operaueas penormea witn
the toast possible pain. Diseases of the Alveolar Process
aad Obsu treated In ths xi.st Ekillfal naaaer. Fell or
psrttal Sets of Teeth set on Gctta Percha er Gold, with
the latest Improvements, and ouabaxtied.
JA31ES M. aiDRPXIY,
Crcnorol Tinnf. iXsont.
1II.L attend perseBRy to tbeleeatlag ef Swamp Land
V V Scrip and Warrants tn the Jacksoaport and Helena
DCHriets, seaa( Land aad payiag Taxi s.
B Grattsm, Vea-(s,TeBa. A. S. Heey, Utile Rock;
R. 9 Brlakley,
Ma T. Mali. Miss
P. lane & Co", '
H. P. Cooaiage. Helena,;
Myrtlo tc Moore, "
A lam Pstk, "
C. W. Board, Jaskseoport;
J. Norton 2c Co., N. O.;
J. A. Roasseaa, LaGraage,
W. E. Batts, LawrencevHle,
Pool i. WatsetuJackseapart
DR. VTM. HEWITT
WILL jesetlce asedictae, on the prrBCtaie that there Is
oed 1h aD system, aad nose ad sajaeient. OSJc
e-Js-hsea slret, in the Post OfOee BaOdiag, second
door tim the Post Oflee. RestdetMe oa the corner of
Horaet.de aad Elliott streets.
M.J. B. Sta-toa. N. Adams, E.. Haywred ooanty.
Rev. P. B Btamd, Dr. J. B. Madia, Fayette os-aty.
X. SmerrMe, Bq., F P. Maclii, so.-Tiptoa coanty.
1. L. WeM, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
J. S. 1TIIITE, M. D.,
LATE of Hc'm eoaatr. he viag resaeved to Mem
phis, ofler Bis professloaal Mn to the dtisens.
Oc-o cs Ooart Square, on' door west of Wattaee's Aac
Mea h.ae. Btatdetwe os Pontotoc street, south side,
between S Patrick and St. Martta. 'ana6 tf
B. F. LOOsYE?,
ta TTORSET AT LAW. UBeo .ver C. W. Cherry k
B. C. BUOiTX,
ATTORNEr AT IAW, Mnrtoa, Ark-, practices la
FMaaps, Critteaden, isetsespei. Green, Randolph,
Lawrence, IsiepeBdence, Jackson, PoiateU, St. Francis
aad Maura Ooaatles, in Arkansas. oet7-d6m
I. triCEEB-WAM ED. A. BEECnEB.
WICKERSHAlft & BEECHER,
ATT0RNKT3 AT LAW, MeapbU, Tennef Sec OfSce,
No 2t JoaVrsoo street Janl-tf
SMITH P. BAXILIIEAD,
TTORNET AT LAW, Memphis. Tenn. Oftce In the
past Office Block, over Aydlett h. Co., third story.
Dr. R. I. LiASHI,
LATE Staff PaysieUn and Di-ector ot several Hospitals
in Gossany, member of different Medical Societies
in New Tork has located in the city of MempUs, and oT
f ers his servtee to the pnWic as Physician, Aceoacher,
and for-aN eaeratiens in Sargery.
rr" oaee on Washiagton street, hetweso Main and
R. V. RICHARDSON. .W. W. WIIEATLEV.-M. A HIGOS.
Ricliardson, TVheatley & TTiggs,
ATT0RNET3 AT LAW Office on the corner ef Second
. tad Ooart streets, Memphis. Tenn. ocll-ly
JOHX A. IVOOE,
A TTORNET AT LAW. OfiSce in the Post Ofllce BnHd
lns, MeBphie, Tenn. nov21-tf
HASK.Er.I & SEARCY,
A TTORNET AT LAW. Memphis, Tennessee. Wm.T.
Haskrll and Robert Sarcy have associated them
selves together In the practice of Law. OOoe. in the
Walker Block. aov26-dtm
A TTORNET AT LAW, Oavingten, Tenn. All bsen
entrusted to his care win receive prompt attentics.
A TTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., wiH practice
in alt the Courts ot Memphis and tbe Western Dis
trict of Tennessee.
,r- 03e south of Court Square, adJotBlng that of the
Chancery Conrt Or k. marl2-ly
EGBERT H. OSBORNE
T5TTLL practice Law In tbe Courts ef Hardeman. Fay
VY ette. Tipton and Sbelby, also in MeNslry and Har
dir cennMes, and in tht Supreme Our. at Jackson. AR
bns-ness entrtuted to hlr -Z receive prompt aad faith-t-l
attentiOB. H- oflioe is in the Ohtnoery Ch-rk's oSce,
BsNvs' garaeman county, Tenn nev23
JOHN P. FARRELLY,
A TTORNET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Tenn. Office corner of Main and Jeff-nan streets,
ove&Lehman & Oo.'s.
Refsr to Hons. Henry Plrtle, W. F. BuHock andMtssrs.
A. L. hotwK &. Sen, LouiST8, Ky.; Hen. James Pryor,
Garrottton, Ey.; McGregor, Aftoway & Co., and Moses
Greenwood, New Orleans: E. M. Apper.cn k. Co., Mem-fHi.-
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ENCOURAGE II 0 M E INDUSTRY.
HCBER & WINKELMANN,
iMain-St., 3d Door TSeloTV Union,
ARE prepared to ail all orders In the
ITonie Carpentering and Pnrtiltore busi
ness with neatness and dispatch.
Repairing and Varnishing execnted In
the best style.
Give ns a call.
We irarrant all work dace In our shsp,
Tl.fR. MILTON' MCKNIGHT, late of New Orleans-has
iVJL become associated with ns in the Grocery and Com
mission Business dating from the 1st Inst Thestyleof
the Crra-irlH hereafter be GATES. WOOD & MCKNIGHT
Memphis, Feb. 10, 1SS7. GATES & WOOD.
S. M. GATES A. I WOOD M. II'ENICIIT
GATES, WOOD & McKNIGHT,
NO. J UNION STREET, MEMPHIS.
AGENTS Harard Powder Company; Colliers' Whin
Lead and Oil Company, St. Louis ; for sale of Llv
erpool Sslt fcbH-tf
J. J. JEKXr
JAMES BORO & CO.,
NO. 2 IIOWARD'S HOW, JIEUPHIS, TENN.
TTTK bavthi-4iy stssortaled with ns In business Mr.
V GEO. W. TROTTER, la e of Sorcervitle.Tenn. The
stvleof oarhae will be HANCOCK, CLARE i CO.
ft', would re.irtrnlly rctt from oar patron, a csntin
-nation of their patronage, as "re will, at all times, krep a
large and well selected stock of Groceries and ITodcce,
which we sell obeap. Cau ana see ns.
nANOOCK k. CLARE.
Memphis. Feknury 1, 1857. f3
A. S. HANCOCK... .K. O. CLABK....GEO W.TBOTTEB.
Late WQliamson & Late Aydlett &. Late of Somerville,
HAXCOCIt, CL.ARS. & CO.,
YTIioIesale and Retail Grocers.
BAGGTTTG, HOPE, BACON, IiAIiD,
c3l.11 Tg-'nrtst of 3?rocluco,
NO. 16 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
J. C, JACOB! & CO.,
(No. 528 Main, bet. Union ami Gayoso-sts.,)
Importers and Maimfacrnrcrs ol
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
GIGAES AH) TOBACCO.
"tOXSTANTLT en hand, a large assortment of the mMl
favorite brands, aimo-'erate pitces.
A. J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND It -.TAIL
G M O C JB M IS ,
AND DEALERS IN ALL EINDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Seothentt Corner at Slninand Union Sts.,
HAVE always on hand a wen and carefslly solect-d
stock at articles in their line, which they will sell at
the to wesLcarrent prices.
J3 Orders promptly filled with dispatch.
CANDEE, MIX & CO.,
iTaxxuary Xect, 2SS7.
NeCerlngosr card to the public we tender our ac
knowledgments, for the very liberal patronage extend
ed ns dariag the past year, aBd promise for the future to
fnrni'th eurcastomers the LARGKaT, CHEAPEST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK n or-nw io the Sohthern
Our Senior partner will bo constantly In the Eastern
rsark't, aad will keep ns fuHy supplied with every dtsira
ble style of
Staple end .Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Agents for foire ef tbe best brands of DO
MESTICS, OSNABCRGS, ix., which we offer at Factory
CANDEE3 MIX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
MOOTS & SMOMSs
.1IIIIAERY GOODS, &.C.,
JsnS-drrtm 225 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TKNK.
J. B. SHAEPE,
.vo. 25 Maauon-tt., oeivieen t roni now ana main,
WOULD respectfully inform the merchants ef Mem
phis and surrouu.'lug cocntry, that he has Just re
turned from the cities of Yirglnia, wnerene estautsnea
a permanent Aeency f.r tlie sale ot all grades of Vlrg'n
ia Tobacco, and intends to kerp constantly oa hand a
stock equal to tbe demand, at manufacturers' prices.
Being folly able to compete with tbe New Tork. Balti
more, Olneinnati and New Orleans markets, he Invites
the attention of all deaiera In the above article ts hL
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
oc21-dS-W-tf J- n. aiiAiu-js.
A. F. M'CANE.. ......... ...........V". t. WILLI A1IS.
McCANE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to "Wheat J Taylor,)
FORTFARDIIVG AIVD COMMISSION
Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas,
jlf the crouing of the MemphU end Little Rock Reil-
roaa on n aue mver.
TnETkeep constantly on hand S-far, CoJTee, Salt,
PVsnr. llolasses. and all other articles usually kept
in a Grocery, which tney win srfl low for cash or ex
change for Hides, Fars and retries, or any other articles
broncbt to the market.
5- Goods destined for Little Kocr or tne aqjacent
counties, shipped to Duvah's Bluffs, will be forwarcea
Immediately, as there are always wagens and teams In
readiness ta hsnl to any point.
We are now receivirg and opening oar
Fall and Winter
CONSISTING of every variety of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods usually kept la this market. Saperflae Black
ami Blue Cloths, Casslmeres, Doeskins, Cloaks. Mantillas,
Moire Antique, Velvet Sbajvls, Ue latest stj'.e; Ladles'
Drees Goods, of a superior quality. Cra? Shawls, a
large let of -Hank-t-, Negro Cielb, Brogans, Ready Mede
Clothing, Hoots an." Shoes, Hats, and a variety of articlu,
too numerous to mention.
All I askls,"Come one, come all," and examln my
stock, before making) oar purchr.... I bonglt cn tbe
very beat .er-ua, an am determined that none still! un
dersell me. I rhall adopt the Cash Stctem. etapt te
punctual dealers. A. O. BLAIR,
l'o. 277 Main street,
ec ' lSI-wawto OM Stand of Ferguson & Neill.
TSTO. -fl-V i'KOBuT r-.0A,
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Mernpliis. Tenn.
fXIHE highest market prices paio xor rum-, ana -uurvu
J TaHow, Lard and Soap Grease.
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
1 A-& F AC T 13 1 E I ,
No. CO Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
EEEP3 censUstly on hand, BOOTS and fe"w
Vrfl I 8HOBS, of bis own nulce, alsj of other Ml
f BDjI minalsetnrers. He K also. Leather, gfej
Sole and Upper, Calf Skias, French and t
American Shoe Finding-, Trunks, Carp-t Bags and Va
lises, all of which he wil seh as cheap as any in this
market. Give hue a call before purchasing elsewhere.
A. STREET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
8ngt2 MEMPHIS, TEKS.
HV0LL1NTINE, Esq., has removed his Law Office
over the Store and Commission House ef Fowlkes,
Mount --'Co., on Jefferson street, between the Post Office
and'Ma)! stretU -speI3-tt
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission aad Grocer Merchants,
dec30-daw3m KO. 9 FRONT ROW.
J. r. HILL.
HILL & HAYLEY,
Cotton Factor Si
JSTo. 55 .Croat Ho-w,
OVER D. n. TOWNSEND'S,
T?0R SelUng, 60 cents per bale. For Storing and Sell.
JJ Inc. 75 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or
awrea oral wui ce corerea by insurance, nnless other
K3 Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished
10 -.... sepiuMiaw-m
A. III. HOPKI & CO
( Suceettort to Powell tf Co.,)
NO. 41 VNION STREET,
sepI7-ly NEW ORLEANS, I.A.
S. WILDS VERNON, J
D. C. WILLIAMS. 1
J W. A. BRYAN,
( M. K. BBT AN,
Late of Panola, Miss.
Late of LaGrange, Tens,
TERUOIT, BETAT. & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission an
No. 6 Front Row, over Meacham tc Oalbralth's,
T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
A Selling Cotton. Charges 50 cents per sale.
53" All cotton sent to as will be covered 3 -.urs.nor
unless otherwise lnstrnctcd. aug22
T. 3. lYORMEWT.
MOSBY & HUITT'S 3STEW BLOC3I,
Up Stairs, It 1-2 Front Row,
A LARJE stock of Bgln3 and Hope alwan cn tan
rELtX WALTVEB, N. C. SNIDER,
NewOrlexns, La. CotreevUe,Mlss.
iVALKER & SMDER,
Cotton Fact or s
Xo. 123 Canal Street,
JulylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
C. Sf . nORTOS, II. C. nORTON,
Late norton &. Hunter. Late ot Monthalia, Miss.
C. M. HORTOX & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
li'o.2 3IcdUon-St.,ojiptrite I. U. Klrtlani't Office,
TTTE will continue as heretofore, giving special attcn
H tlon to the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at fifty cents
per bale, and to the selection and purchase of any article
In market. Oa.ee removed from No. 3 Front Row to No.
2 Madia .a street, nearly opposite Union Bank. aug20
S. II. OATES A. K. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOKS, GBOCEBS,
Produce and General Comaission
avr -S -Et O 33C . 3Xr "27 & .
No. 1 Union Street, letwtcn Main and Front Row,
AFTER an active application to buiiness, for over
eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage ot onr friends in the capacity or TOllon factors.
We feel confident of jnr ability to please such as may
confide their bnslness to onr charge. Onr stock ot Bag
ging, Rope and General Supplies will not be excelled In
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made on cxnlsnmens in store, insurance on uoiion or
ether Produce, in store, will only be effected upon actual
lnstrnctlsns, or when nnder advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured while In
transit, with open policy, nnless otherwise Instructed on
the face of blllsladlng.
To all onr friends who have so liberally patronized as
during years past, we shall offer the tame inducements as
heretofore for a continuance ef tbeir patronage.
Junl3-dawly GATES & WOOD.
WARDLAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
jc ui n uiuuig luci -uuiiiB,
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Bagging, Rope, 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 band, and for sale at reasonable prices.
J3"Cas h advances made on Cottons in store for sale or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to ns by water : al.o, the risk ot Fire while In
store, nnless otherwise instructed. Onr prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as we have charged for
ysara past fifty crnta per bale. 1 TjlrtO
BEKJ. REID J. M. ZLEID.
B. RED & BRO.,
NO. 35 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LL Cotton sent to our address Insured, unless Initrne
jUL Hons to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders Oiled with care. Store and Sell Cottsn at fifty
cents per bale, dec3-tray!7
T T. ATDLETT.
T. P. AYDLETT &
SO. 85 GHAYIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
NO S3 FRONT RO TT, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash advances on all (Xttoc or other Pro
duce shipped to T. P. Aydlett & Co., New Orleans.
Holly Springs, Miss.
L. C. rbRVELL
MASON & NORVELL,
Gr TEt a 33 . TET ,
NO. 165 MAIN STREET.
CONSTANTLY on hand, Bagging, Rope and Plantstloa
F. JL. terser 3
Mosby Sr Hunt's Nov Block,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front How, Memphis.
I WILL pay particular attention to filling orders foi
Giocertes, Ragging and Rope, Stc
C SIASON O
Hol!y Spriags, Mis.
L. C NORVELL.
MASON, B007JE & NORYEIIi,
Commission & Forwarding itlerciiaHts,
No. lQIMain-St., Memphis, Teni.
BAGGiNG, Rope, Jeans, Llnseys, and a general stock
ot Plantation Supplies constantly on hand.
No. 5 Monroe Street, Let Front Row &Mam,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
Cotton and other Produce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices. ' octSS
T. 1. DAVIDSON J. B. ELLIS A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwaffiing and General
No. 219 Main Street, Eatt tide between Jeferton end
Adam, MemphU, Tenn.
ROTS, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
TUSTiecelTod,300bbls. Smith's superior Tittslmrgh
O Ale. -: H H. POTTER,
dssl 3 ' Msla-st, ii dosr North Worshans'HoMe.
C, T.M. N0LAND.
NOJLAND & CO.,
1ITTIE ROCK, ARK.
T EFKR TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen and Capt.
53" News, Enquirer and Fowlkes' Express copy till
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
"VFFBR3 his services to the public and will give
J prompt attention to any business connected with his
vocation. He may be touna at nts cuice on mew.
side of Main street, santh of Unlsn, (canovan's uuuu
lng,) No. 316, unless absent n professional bnslness.
J. E Chadwick, nenry O. Smith,
J. M. Prcvine, Robertson T.pp,
B B WaddeH, Philip H. Thompsia,
John S. Claybrcok. feb5-Iy
a."vaccaro & co.3
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
TTines, Cigars, Fruits, &cv
NO- 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & C0.5
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Main ttreet, nest door to Odd FeUotst' Hall,
-pyre; T .T7Tf XINT ,
FDRE DRUGS AKD MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
XST Every article sold by ns warTantea as representee,
subject to be returned at onr expense. Jnly8-ly
AND DEALER IN
Watches, Cloclts, and JeweliT;
CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAli3-3T3.,
TAKES hl method of informing his friends.
and the doIi- generally, that he has rroved from
his Old stand to tbe oorne- of Main and Adam,
'streets where Le.will take pleasure in exhlbltln;
a new and choice lot cf JEWELRT, to those who may
favor him with a call, and will be pleased to execute all
orders for repairs In lusline. H' hoc ts, by honesty. In
tegrity, and ' is efforts to 1 tease, U gain the confidence
and liberal patronage cf all who may find It convenient to
visit his establishment.
E3" All orders f jr repairing In every branch of my hn;
alness promptly attenaea to. anr-i-iy
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL L05DHSSI0S 3IEIICIIANTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
H. 07BRETO & CO.,
T EFER to J. T Soutter. Esq.. President Bank of Ih
IV l-eoubll-. New Tork : J. VL. Sass. Esq.. Preslden
Bank of Charleston, S. U., Messrs. jonn rraier cs o.,
J. W. Caldwell. Esa.. Charleston. S. C.i Col. Wm. M
Churchwell, President Bank of East Tennessee, Knox
ville; I. B. KIRTLAND, Esq., and Messrs. FALLS ft
CASH, Memphis, Tenn. sep27-m
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
36 CI MP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
CASH advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
consigned as above, by MILES OWEN,
. c. GRirrisu . omrriNO.
J. C. GRIFFING & BBO.,
Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
TTTE will furnish supplies to our friends as heretofore,
lV and make advances on shipments to our friend in
New Orleans. Julyl9-daw
I. L. BEASLET A. W.LfcTINO.
BEASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
G-onoral G- x- o o o x & .
NO. 12 FRONTHOW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on band.
Charges Bfty cents per bale, all other Produce at
usual raees. instructions s-ru-uy .--, .ua.
remltance. All Produce insure-, unless oiaerwjse ,u
stmcted. ang0 dawly
E. BlSBUDEIili & CO.,
COMMISSION MEBCHANTS, -
For the Sale, SUrage and Shipment of
NO. 69 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL orders for Bagging, Bale Rope, Brocenes, novis
lons and Plantation Supplies, filled carefully and
rggjgtly. at tbe lowest current rates. angl-wly
J. T. STRATTON, I ).-. -un-.u-.
E. M'DATITT. J t W. B. DOSOHO.
STRATTON, McDAYITT & OD.j
GROCERS AND GENERAL
COMMISSION MEB.CH ANTS,
NO. 70 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL consignments lnsnred nnless oinerwue lntirnct
ed, Agects for ' GRISWOLD'S " celebrated COTTON
We eonllnne to Store and SeU Cotton at i i-xi uts i-
On hand, a lane stock of Power-loom and India Eag-
ging, Machine asd Hand Hp, together with aheavy stock
of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wt
will furnish to our customers at tne lowest mirxet puces.
augl2wm a., mcv. a. tu.
new and fcesonable
G00D3, at actual cott for caih.
Owlcgtoacbange ioour business, we offerat actual
cost for cask and cath onlg, onr entire stock ot Clothing
and Fnrnisblng Goods, as me basirtess must ne aoseu
up. and to do so the stock must be sold, persons in wint
of Goods in our lue, will T.nd it te Ih'lr advantage to
give cs a call. Ui-L-ii-. JUUN-U,
Tin 3 Clark's ilarbie Blccx.
ian1-3m 272 Main street.
J3- Enquirer copy three months.
S. TRAXSIOLI F. K. WILLIAMSON.
FilAXSIGLI & WILLU5IS0N,
lrar -lers, Wholesale
an- lUUil -Dealers In
Cnma,Glass and Earth
enware, French and
German Vases, Silver,
Sliver Plated, German
Silver and Britanla
Wa- , Tine Table Crt
1SS Slain Street,
Also Loo. ing Glasses,
looting Glass P'ates,
Tea Trays, Parlor
Girandoles, &c, &c.
G. B. LOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
HEAL ESTATE BBOKER,
83 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
TJ ARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
JL Property, Aegroes- ?-ercbandlee,of every description,
Furniture, Laud Scrip and Warrants, Stocks.. Renting and
neasing nopeny, tc
Storage and Consignments solicited.
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. ST. CALDWELL.
an old and experienced Auctioneer, late of Hnntsville, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
saws of every aescripuon. liberal Cash Advances
made on Consignments.
'Storage and consignments solicited.
P. ,S. I am Agent for The Adams Express Company.
THE NEW STEL.E FOR
FALL AND WINTER
IS RECEIVED BT
Fashionable natter, 75 Front Row,
10,000 PAIRS OF
BOOTS, SHOES AM) BUOGANS,
FOB SALE. CHEAP .AT ...
WJtrJ FIA.TO-XPS I - , ;
octlWy- : - J.0. 78 Front Bow."-. . e-
Wst tsiKixnxBt fc
U-KTC -E3I I
: a.S. U J-Jill MAN,,
f-bare the honor to inform the pub
jt Sirs He that thev have re-ooened the) r
-JiwHjux on Adams street, opposite Worsbam House,
as x LAO Kit BEER SALOON, In which they will com
mence on MonJay, the 2d if February, to give a splendid
luauu, iwitn a glass of Lager Beer ) at the low rate n
FIFTEEN cents, Good. SODP will be served up at each
Luncn. Lunch at half-past ten o'clock a. m,. every dar
JiHl-din, j, SCHWOOB k S. HERRMAN
Corner of Main and Adams street.
rnms nocse Is situated In the centre of business, tor-
i Is now finished and In complete order. The Pioprietor
piecges b.mself it shall not be surpassed by any House in
Be In; grateful for the very liberal patronage bestowo.
on htm for tbe last two years, he hopes by a street at ten
tion to business to merit a continuance of tbe same.
oc7-tf j. j. WORSnAM, Prbprietor
CORNER FRONT BOW AND JEFFERSON STS.
rnniS establishment has inst cndercoBe thorough re
JL pairs in every diartment. Rooms newly pain ed
ana papered; bedding thoroughly renovated; toere is cd
even a mattress that Is not new or equal to new ; carpet
mostly new, &c In one word the bense Is n.w In de
cidedly better oner than It has ever been sine. It was
built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to :hr
House since I have occupied It. and havlne renem-d two
leases, one on the nouse, the other upon my age, I hope
10 tie aura 10 give more attention tnan nsreieroro. 1 ar
determined to make my guests comfortable.
ocrr-tf D. COCKKKLL, proprietor
ON TJNION STHEET.
TITE subscriber reipectf ally informs bu. old friends and
all the public, that he has opened a new Restau
rant cn Union street, witere he Is prepared to famish
the best viands that can be found in tbe market, served
in the best Parisian styles, Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds in tart, everytMng suited
to Ihe Onest tad most delicate epicurean taste.
Ulve me a can I have six dint-ri-nt rooms for the ac
commodation of Private Parties. I will not be oatdone
In say branch cornected with my bntlness.
fet20-t . GU3. DEMPERWOLF.
Corner Main and Jackson-sts.,
THIS well known Hotel, having changwl hands,
and Kn thoroughly repaired, and provided with
new Furniture, Is: ow open fjr the accommoda
tion of Boarders and Travelers.
Th public may rest asennu that every exertion will
be made on the part of he Proprietor to reader this
House recjnd to none In West leaae-see. Having active
and attentive .irraats and a table always fnrrbbed with
the best the country aflbrds, he conflie-.tly riles .upon
giving enure satisfaction to aHwno say favor mm wild
their patronage. WM. K. BLLNETT,
$3 Enquirer copy.
WOKSli AM HOUSE ONFECl'IOXEUY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie Wor
REKP3 constantly on hand a large assortment ot Green
and Dry Fraits, Fruits In their own Juice, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Piciled Oys
ters. Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Nuts, &c.
. r--. In connection with this estab-
si 1 "Lfv allshmntl have lilted np an Oyster
f? 1& Saloon, and will receive FRESH
Lhdir 0 THIERS by every packet.
novlS-dly 3. P. BRICIIETTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BRO.,
297 MAIN STREET,
T7"EEP constantly oa hand a large variety of PLAIN
and FANCT CANDIES CAKES, frait., Preserves.
etc., wholesale and retail. We are also prepared to fur
nish parties at tbe shortest notice.
i.n concecnon witc tnis we
open our LADIES' and
ENTLEMENS' OTSTKR SA
LOON from 9 -"clock j . M.. to 12
o'clock p. M.,and are receiving during tbe wbrte season.
FRESH OTSTERS by every st-am- r. We solltit a share
of the public patronage nnv-d6m
B. W. ALEXANDER..!....
MO 3. C3 AND K LOCUST STKCKT,
SrvixiT Xsoixiss, IVIo.
J. J. Murphy, Memphis; Cook 4l Co., Memphis; "
Barnett St Walker, " Todd -t uoyer, "
Charles Pottei, febSCm
JAJHES -LOW & CO.,
418 Main Street, IouisvilIe, Ky..
4 RE now. receiving tbeir Stock of Drr Goods for the
A-Lcomlcg Spring Sales, to which they invite Ihe atten
tion of dealers. Their purchases ot American domestl'
goods have been made nnder the most favorable circumstance-,
for ca'b, befere tbe advance, which will ens
ble them to onT inducements 1 the purchase of these
goods net to be surpassed by any dry goods concern ir
the United States.
We Hatter ourselves to he able to sell Domestic Goodt
fully as low as they can, at present, be pread tru
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 stack ot Jac
onets, Swiss Mulls, Nainsook, Mu 11ns, Cambric, Linen
Catpbric, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, English Blsck
Black and White, and Black and Gray Prints. French
Plate Prints. English 4-Jths, Purple and Chocolate Prints,
together with a foil assortment of (foods suitable for
men's wear Examine our stock before makingyourpur
chases. and yon will And that we have-made no state
ments that we aro not fully able to make good ftb7-d2o
BRAJDY & DAV1ES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
main street, .011.sv.11e, ay.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope, Bag
ging. Jeans, Llnseys, S.e. an23-ly
A. 0. SMITH. ..B. F. GUTHRIE. ..GEO. J. ROWLAND.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
and Domestic .Liquors,'
AND AGENTS rOH TnE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 561 Main Street, between Second and Third,
JanlS-ly LOUI3V1LLK, KT.
J. IIS. IflcFAUDIN & CO., -
(LATE TRIPLE TT, M'FADDIN & CO.,) "
No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. I.OUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bsgging, Hope, Hemp, Provisions, Fknr,
Grain, &c, solicited and promptly executed.
C. -L XIARVET R. B. LARVET.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 110 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention JUJJtot-i W
will be els -n to the Sale or lrMrnl
Forwarding of Goods or JSSSZzMZL
Lri7"Produce consigned to our" nrv irr,n
-V address. We will contract Fright on the
above i.rTe-shlpmtnt either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had sereral years' expe lencc in our market
In the purchasing cf Staples and assorted Merchandise.
REFER TO Cook &-Co., J. C. GiiOlng fc Bro , Speed
& Strange, nannah & Shanks. decl2-ly
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS ASD BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DSALERS I.
PAPERS OP ALL KINDS,
477 Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
H. n TIGER ALD...CH AS. C. BILL..J. WO0DW0RTH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Succtuort to Park, Simpton - Co.,J
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Pront How, Memphis,
DR. THOS. KELLER.
T ATE ef Tuscumbla .Alabama, has located
JU Itln Memphir, nd offers his services to the public
In all the'branches of hisprofesslon He has taken the ,
omce ncrc-oio-c uo-uiiicu uy xr. nryan, corner of Shelby , tne 33 . or April nexi, oner ror saie in tne cjiy of atem
nd Union streets. Having recently made a careful and I phis, before thecfllea of J. C. Lanier, Clerk and Master, a
general selection ot Surgical Instruments, he Is prepared ' Lot of Ground, sltusted in tbe Butler Division of the
for all the operations of Surgery. Residence on Shelby
street, irctwcca --jujs auu -rrzevan. streets.
D M. DUROSE,
A TTORNET AT '.AW. Memphls, Tenn. Offlce on east
side of Main street, between Jeflerson and Adams.
. Refer' to F. Tltns, McEwen, Harris & McNeill, J. D.
wiUlams.'W.-B. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
Mooiv Titos' b Co:, New Orleans. Janll-tf -
lar.laftflit guptirs, (Sir.
IS. B. WI-LMAJUSONT
(Svcceuor to JVUliamton Hancock,)
PINE WINES, BRANDIES
Havana Cigars &c.
0. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
A BnLS ---;
WJiOkegsNo. I Leaf Lard;
25 tierces Sugar-Core Earns :
20 kegs Shot, assorted sizes ;
100 ti'.y Whisky.
-T. "i00 wm ct'? Jet cash at No. O
.-i. ww, jsempnis.
Jjf i S. B. WILLIAMSON.
rp HE subscribers keep on hand the following articles.
-L which tbey warrant to be ot Oral quality, and fer
Wheat Fan's and Threshers ;
E. Carver &. Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ;
wagons, Northern and Southern man of actnre:
Floor, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco ;
Sugar, Coffee, Tea and MoUssea ;
Candles, Powder, Shot aBd Lead;
Brandies and Wlaee, saperior article ;
Lime. Oment and Plaster Paris :
Together with a general assortment of all articles asa
a-iysepiin aurocery store.
GWTNNE & GIBSON,
jnlj N-a. I and 2 Exchange Building.
12 W GOODS o'
EMPOlilTJM OT PASHION.
And Ladies General Furnishinsr. Cioak
and Mantiila EstaDIisiuntnt,
299 MAIN STREET. MEMPHIS. TENTC.
WE are n v rtcetrlog and opening one of pry.
tbe largest aad most masraiOceat stocks ofjliJV
French MlHiaery and Faacy Dry Good., ifw
e b.ooxht to thu oitr Arse. w . ' t .svirv-
ment of Rirh Drs Good., estiKiy new. Silks, Cta'v-
it -m, -. ioi, ucuini, sea large variety -l .
styles for Street, Traveling ami Erecifig Dresses.
We call aarthrolar . ttentio'. ts oar Millinery Deoart
ment, oossHtiag of Chenille, Mors and Uncat Velvet,
Satin, Sflk, Grecian, Italian and English Baets ; Flow
ers, Feathers, K:bbons, Bridal Veils aad Wreatks, $5,000
worm or use jrrencn -.mororeene., lieai mread, -laltese
acu 'impure i.aces , an siyiea or
Embroidered. Velvet and Cloth
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head.
ureases. Lames- ana xi ses' &bees. Corsets, Eid Gloves,
c ur, i run c-in; . er ail atscripuons lor UMaziaztQ Dress.
es, sc., xe.
N. B. EmbrokWin; and Stamping done, Cloak- ant
Dresses made to order in a few boars at cheapest prices
Ladies, please call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl N. 8TII LMAN & CO.
ETCIlTARWE & BRO j
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the jtfT
norn Lake Road, hare on band a fine $-fTr
sortm'nt ef SHRUBBKRT. In every de-Fjp
partment, cotslstlng In part of
APFI-ES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Anvicols, IXectaviucs, :c.
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Tines, in va
rieties, with a good supply ot Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Ilt.ba b aud Asiaragns.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be rune
tcaUy attended lo, and all Plants guarantied to ordtr
and delivered to any part of the etty. free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens In town'
or country, at tfe shortest notice.
r.l.lAK.Ml & BSO.
. FORMERLT of the flrm.f Mooney i s
Gf3 Green, wonld respeetfally say te hisoWSvS
faCja. friendi and customers that he Is still ai&rS
J2e-tDe old stand, with a good supply of Fruit
Irc-s, consisting of
Also, R-spberry, Strawberry aad Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Reots, Rhubarb and Asparagas.
Orders from adi.tanGe, a-"-mpanied with draft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attended to and all plants gaaraall'dto order and de
livered any pait of the city, free of charge.
Nursery on Main street, South Memphis.
octU-dfim Receiver of -f.woeyit Green.
TO HORTICUL WRISTS AND PLANTERS.
T r-1,1.1 .--.. ,1Y . I I ,.-.
ot Memphis and so-rtnndlag country that
.uc kuvu iui fc..usin--iiiaK rruii ana ur
namental lrees Is fast approaching. Great
additioiis have been made In every denart-
metit. mure particularly amorg Fruits. A more select
and varied collection has never been offered fer sale in
the Sonthwest, consisting in part of over one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, Ohl, Scupperaong, Calllornla. etc
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
Pecans, Chesnuts,elc, 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 io tbe above. I am now recelvisc a large lot
of Bulbs, of all kinds. In ccn-eqaeaee of ha vine to
move most of my stock en band, 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
IUllroadDebot, or addressing
ocu-a&m s. 31. WHEATON.
P. S. During my absence from the cit", all orders will
meet with prompt attention If left at the store of J.
wiwberger. 3. it. W.
tTWT. undersUned bar. opened a Caiiage Factorr on
A. Second strtet. between Washington and tdani
streeUf, where they are prepared to Manafactnre and Re
pair Carriage- atthe shortest notice. All work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share of pablic pstrossgs
Jau3-ly L. S. BURR &. CO
PHII-.EI-lHIA, JAN'Y, 1S57.
ToDtalertin Ttnnctiee, MUtutippi and- Attentat:
GENTLE-TEN: Wearenrwotablishrdintbe WHOLE
SALE BUSINESS In this city, and beg leave to invlt
your at t. .ion to aa.
ENTIRE NEW STOCK
BOOS AND SHOES.
Direct from the Manufactor.ei In Massachusetts, New
Jersey, a. dPcnnsylvaa a; and believing, with onr long
experience and superior facilities, our ST0CE for
TOUR TRAD 1. , and for the satisfaction of yonrensiom
ers, cannot ba surpassed. we Sjllcit AN EARLT CALX
when yon coma to this city.
Tours respectfully, JOS. S. LKVETT & CO..
No. 112 Market street, third store from South.
JosErn S. Letett, late of Memphis.
Paul Sticknet. of Boston. Jan2J-wra
LOOK HERE, EVERYBODY!
The Madison Street Sash, Door & Blind
THE undersigned has taken tha stand recently occn
pled by Moore & Halstead, over the Planing Mill of
Whipple, McCullagh Jt Co., and Is prepared to fill an or
ders for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings Base
Mouldings, fcc. All orders from the country attended to
with piomptnets aLddltpatch. .
Jan29-wm R- VIRGESON.
ALL persons Indebted to the estate of D. B Johnson,
dee'd, are requested to come forward immediately
and make payirent; and those bavins claims against
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 LaGrange.
JAS. M. WHITE,
W. B. WALDEAN.
Administrators or D. B. Johnson, dee'd.
Memphis. February 10th. 1S57 wlm
Winiam E. Butler
at Jackson, Tenn.
Jana Taylor and others.
TN pursuance to an order of sale made In the above
JL cause, at the February Term, I siall. on TnURSDAT.
City of Memphis, in Bloc . No. 2, as designated on his
plan. Fronts GO feet on Tsnnessee street, and runsback
ISO feet, more er less, to an alley, and the same sold by
Butler to Thomas Taylor, deceased. On said Lot Is a good
Dwelling Hcn.se, Itc.
Terms or Sale $1400 due January 1st, lSS, and
balance doe January 1st, 1859. Bond and good security
rcnuled,r and a Hen retained. Said Lot sold without re
demption: ' THOS. CLARK. Clerk and Mailer,
Jackson, March 6, 1S57 cur.0-w3t .
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATJL ANTIC CITIES.
By laiAvo;ul rirom Cairo 1
To ChUaeo Direct in. Sixteen llourt, without Break
oj uuagc er uaangt of cart or Baggage.
BRANCH FROM CENTRA LI A IS NOW FINISHED,
-m.m-Iuk .. .! to ,iLiceii oours so vnieago.
AT Chicago, connect Ing with Michigan Central Cars
ieavuv? the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Ubany, New Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
andAtLautU Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to New Tork. Time trom Cairo to New
York, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comfort great-
- route. rassoDgers through are
NOT subjected to the delays consequent to the freouent
. - - .-uiiimu, aroagn inuiana and
Ohio, to the East ana North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with yinn sniv,
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee
Sheboygan, &cand with a sslendid Ijne or vw.t m...'
SUamers for -Unit St Marie, Lake Saperior, CoHtcg
nut-. ,u,v n
"tains leave Cairo Ivenr Mornlnr and Ereninr .. m.
6:05 A. H., Chicago and Dsnlelth Express, Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light
ning Express, over Mlchlean Central. nn,t -j
New Tork Central Railroads, through In thlrly-oae hoars
This Train also connects at Sandoval wuh Ohio and
Mlssisalppl RaHread lr St. Loals aad Viaeenncs; af
"" -- si uio inra uaaie, aboq and St
Loals Railroad, fr IadiaaapelU, LoaisviHe aad C-rin-nati;atDecator,with
Main Line Express for Galena
Pr?6' conaeetlag with Trams to Spriag-
fleW. Naples, Rocklsla-B. Burlington and Qaiiicy
:iu t. Jr., ew ToriPKxpress, Satnrdays exeepted.
Stepping only t tmaartint S-atiima. m-nt otn.i
r.r."1 -. ,ml?al' tn DecaWrt:
-ii.uis 11 vuKagaatz r. it.
PasseagersfortbeUDner iu.iuinr .i. t
Wlh, steam-nof tbe Daniel th and Mlnnou Packet
V--II-I7. caul winn db i. . m ? . , v .
Trass for Le Cre.se, Redwing, St Paal, itc. Passenger,
for Jaaesville, aad Central aad Eastern Wlaeonsin, coo
nectat Freeport with Trains to Beioit and JanerrHie. aac
f rem tlwsee to Madisbn and Ceitri nrf v,..- -,.
The Maps aad Charts Indicating the Great Central
Boalete the North and East are aneExact transcript of
Coitoa'.lapot the Called States, and passengers are
requested te exa-Btae this route as well as the ru-iame
time cards of the connect lag Roads, sod Jodge lor them
selves as to the correctness of the iW .1.1,1, ti..
opening of the IUiBeis Central RaHroad from Cairo to
CBKage, and thus forming a speedy and direct means ot
eemmuaicatint between tbe Upper lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, ajferds ta Je pteasare traveler,
a well as the business m.n, attractions and facfllties
frrtaehlag the Nrh aad East which surpass those of
any other lovie whatever. The acoommodatlens lur
debedh, the CoJnpiBT fr the coavenHw of i. 1----
ellEi public, the permanescy of the read and strectav
the strength and elegance of the Xaglues and Cars, com
mend tbescseives to those who deire in traveling need
cenfvrt and tefctj. '
l-i.-ETS G(Xr FOR ONE TEAS, with the privilege
of laying over at aav coiat. can he k,i t r..s.
Cairo, and at the psUKipal RaUsoad OSetrs ea the line.
n iLLiA-l ilOitlN. A-ent,
Juat-ly Memphis, Tenn.
3 oace. No. 15 Jeff.-rson sir et.
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS ilND CHAPtLESTON
OPEN TO CORINTH
ra and after Nov. 15, IS3S, THROUGH MAILTRA1N
W wl leave Memphis. DAILT. at T:00 A. m.. arTivlnr
at uorimn at i- -u r. Ji-i at oomerviue at 10:00 a. m.
Retarnlng Leaves Corinth at I r. M. J SomerviBe, 3
.St. Arrives atMemphis at T.OO r. s.
TMi Train connects at Corinth with a doable Daily
Line of first class Post Coaches to the terminus ot the
Kasiera Division or tbe airmpois and Charleston Rail.
road. Thence by Railway direct, and connections sure
with all Eastern cities.'
Staging reduced to forty mllet. and track -lsTinr ro-
gr essing rapuuy.
THROUGH TIC-ET3 sold to the foBawlnz notntx:
BAT ANN AH,
nis Train also connects with the Misslssteci Central
iiaureaa to uolly Springs. Oxford. Grenada. Canton.
Jackson, fee, &c
Also ooanects at Grand Junction Station withTsaaes-
see Oentral RaHroad to Bolivar, Jackson, Huntingdon
ana oiner places
Alsocooaects at Pocahontas with Tri-Weekly Line of
ixtacaes to Kiptey, Foatoto Aberdeen and Columbus,
THROOOII TO XASHVILl-E I. 31 HOURS.
Via the Memphis and Charleston, Nashville and Chatta
nooga Railroads only -IO mHes of Staging, against
1QO ty any other route.
Tbe ACCOMX ODATION WAT TRAIN runs daHr .ex
cept Sundays) between Memphis and the Junction with
tbe atississlppi Central Railroad
Leaves junction T.OO a. af . ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis S.OOr.at.I arrives atthe Junction
:00 r. ar.
Freight Trains le. ve Memphis for Pcabontas DAILT
at 1 a. ar . Doors close at 4 r. if.
Through Tickets only, on the above Routes, can be ob
tained at the Commereia: Hotel, as well as Information
connected with the Road.
Passengers are 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 without being checked.
Each passenger will be allowed seventy-Are pounds of
baggaae by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage; bat no
article win oe carried as baggage that Is not Incident to
the person of the passenger. In case of loss the Com
pany will bold themselves responsible for an amount net
Negroes, when traveling alone, mast have a permit, na
ming the point to which they are to go, and specifying
that they ara to travel by railroad, or they will not be
opgl Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, &.C.
Direct Through Lino for the East!
Baltimore and Olilo
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (TT
miles,) and to Washington, (too miles,) and presents
the tallest advantages both as a freight aad passengei
Hue. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
ABegbenles; and b-Hag solidly Constructed, complete,
equipped and carefully managed, Is one ot the most at
tractive and safest Railroads In the United States. The
Central Ohio Railroad, trom Col umbos and ZanesvUle tc
Wheeling, unites this road with all portions ot the West
The only Through Tickets nib at Memphis,
Louisville nd St. Louis to the National Me
tropolis, are sold by this road, which runs direct U
Washington without the delay ot passing through Balti
more. It is also the only line by which baggaga can be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
$3By the mail route Irum Memphis, take the miu
steamers, running dally tor Louisville, connecting there
with mail steamers or JeT-rsonville Railroad for Cincin
nati, where they arrive so aa to connect with the cars ol
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, connect jig there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark and Zanes
vUle, to Wheeling. By the expres train of this route,
t- time from Cincinnati to Baltimore aad to Washington
Is less than hours.
3Be euro to ask for tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Rail roa ! Route.
13Passengers from Memphis going East through St
Luais, can bo. Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Obio
Railroad. This route lays 'hrongh Vlnceanes, Terra Haute,
Indianapolis, .., to Wheeling, over c-r Ohio . -d
MissUsippl aad cennnectlag-ada. There csi-ceetlons
are all direct, and the tlrue from St. LocL. ta Hi mm,.-.
or Washington Is but about .3 L-un. Thro'il Tickets
tv tais route mny be baa or tho Agent under the Plan
ters House, at the following rates: From St. Louis tc
Baltimore $25; to Washington $2S.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior cars ol
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times
d-HyforBAHimere, Washington, Philadelphia and New
Tork. Through la IS or 17 hours, including stoppages
For fe., speed, regularity, beauty or ihe country, and
general comfort, this road Is second to none la the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment of any Railroad in the United States, and is
prepared to do an Immense business In transportation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and
In the streets of Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia and New Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and Baltx
more Steajijiiip Lines, by Canal and Sea to New
Tork, and by new Merchants' and Miners' Line to Boston,
stea-aers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savaniuh, he. For
particulars, see freight tariff; copies or which may be had
of the Forwarding Houses In the West, or of J. B. Ford,
octvi.iu. iw. i-ii. ix..l a Kneeling.
WM. S. WOUDSIDE,
Master of Transportation. Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLETTE,
Inn25.lv Agent. 51 Front Row, .Memphis.
Q C BASKETS Creme de B-nry Champagne Wine.
H. H. POTTER. Mainstnet.
Third dcor North Wor-haa House.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
No. Monroe streeC
Bnptnc, Bale Rope and Twine,
(T ON STANTLT on hand and for sale by
V-V B. MERRILL,
octM Monroe street.
A NEW, light, elegant oad cheap Patent SPRING
. MATTRESS, for salaby
H. JI. GROSVENOR.
A SUPERIOR asssrtmsnt of Pianos and Melsdeons
Jast received by
H. M. GROSVENOR.
TUTT received. 180.000 Clzars. ranging la nrice from
v iu o sv a uousana, Dy
- ' H. Hs-POTTER,
decU i;Mta.st.,J4doryortt: wtr-a Hoae.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL. AND TEN
OPEN from Junction with Memphis and Chariest. 1
Railroad to Tuone's Station, eight miles Nertte at
Bolivar, and eighteen miles South ef Jacksaa, Teas.
Leaves Bolivar DAILT (Sundays excepted) at ilO;
Arrives at Junction at S:30.
Cenn-cttngwlihTA x Train lato Memphis.
Retnmlng. leaves Junction at 10 a m.. or as arriTSl nf
Mail Train t rm Memphis, arriving at Toon SUUcs at
12:30 p.m.; connect ice at that mint with Wt1t'Vb .
Coach e, fur Jackson and Nashville, via Honttnston,s
with Norwood's due of Coaches to Jackson and Nashva e
via Lextoiton, Clifton, Waynesb.ro, Mt Pleasant, Co
inmoia. ana from spring HHI ry the Tennessee and A.i
bama RaHroad Also, with R. E. Smith's Hne ef Ac
Leaves Twee's Station daUy (Sundays excepted) st l 45
M , caanectlngat Grand Junctl.n with ilxtt Trim
arriviag at MemphU at 7:t5 r. at.
Returning, leaves Grand Junction on arrival of Actrerj.
modation Train from Memphis, at t: 15 r. at , arriving at
... . .. .o.
Paesengers for anv of ihe above aimed tw1(c trrll '.
rea'-.,u DTe than by any othtr.
& p xke.lt. s .vt.
OOK TO TOUR INTEREST !
THROUGH TICKETS TO GRENADA.
Fare Wcduced to G SO,
Memphis and Charleston aud
Mississippi Central Railroads.
CONNECTING te miles south of Hot. Springs, harsn
enly sixty sis mile ot Staging the cheapest, aaoy
p.easant, and quickest route by from fear t. ten boats
On this route tbe staging Is bat ose ratie further Ih-t
om the PaaoU route, aithoagh the Utter is represented t.
be fcjt fifty-two miles s agiag and flitees hea. a tbSMgs
Tbe tree dutance ovvr t e Panola rtste is s .ty-Sv
In a few weeks the Mississippi Ontral Railroad vH o.
exiendedto 'be TartabaUhte river, at-!! shortsnlag ih.
staging seven m.ies less Trar lers will look to ibeli
oomTiniiA pocket. A word to the wise Is saadect.
J3 For Tickets or inftrmatwn apply to SIMS it C'j a
Ag-nts, at the Railroad, Sage and Oinnibas TVtkK Ot
floe. Commercial Hotel. febSt-dv
Qpcn to Como.
ON and after Monday, January 12th. 1857. THROBS S
MAIL TRAIN w U-it- --p-(, daBy, &9nn
exerp.ed,;at7:30A. sr., arriving at Oomo at 10:06 a t
RstBrnimr, leaves Conso at 10:30 a. t., and arrives at
Memphis at I r. r.
This Train connects at Cono with J. p. MeAIed k
Co '.daily line of First Class Put Coich-, for Pan,
sad Grenada Staglag reduced to42ml.es bstweea Hen-.
ui j i.refi?- m io hosts. The traveling
pabfic a-ay rely on this being a shorter and cheaper re. it
to Gienada, Canton, Jackson and Vkksburg than auy
The FRBIGHT TRAIN WUI make dally trips, (Sunday,
exeepved,) trom and after Monday, the 19th or Sanaa-V
to Como. It wiil be expected that consignees wm Lare
r acgemenu made to receive their goods at the stall,
oa arrival, as th Company have only temporary arramc
meats for taking care of t .eights, and wm not be resBen.
siNe for the less or damage to the ssme at that staKoa
Passengers are requested to punh.se tickets fcef.ra
entering tbe ears, and save payment of extra far
Baggage checked to all stations os the Railroad and
baggage will be received without being cheeked. X.rc
passenger will be snowed 110 pounds of baggage by lUii
rsad,andSOponndabystage,bot no article wlH.be car
ried as baggage that is not incident to the person cf ths
In case at toss, the Compary wiH held themselves r
iponMMe.sran amount not exceeding $50.
J3Negroes, when traveling alone, mast hare a nets. ML
naming the point to whiss they are to t0, and speeU,lg
that they are to travel by Railroad, or they wW njt tie
n"T X-M. PATRICK.
FARE REDUCED !
Prom Memphis to Jackson, 83 50.
From rtlemphls to A'asliville, $10 5.
Tia Jackson, Waynesboro and
CONNECTING near Brownsville with the Memphis
and Ohio Railroad and at Thompson with thele
f 'S?THAU6m B1I"', This is the cheapest raa-e
to Middle Tennessee, and travelers are assared thati .
ins or expense win be spai ed to render them comfort v
We. The coaches, horses and drivers are superior.
Our Use connects at Jwksoa with J. W. Norwood k
Co. s Bne of four horse post coaches to Nashville.
Jolyl5 NORWOOD X FORTUNE
N. B. POEEST,
TiE-VLiEW IX SIaAVES,
No. ST Adams-st, Memphis, Ten .
A. just received from North CareHaa,.
twenty- five likely joung negroes, towhidihet
call the attention ef nreh.r I
JBne will be j
be In the resnlar remnt . Vr.
from North and Soath Carollaa every month. litTw
gro Depot is oae of ihe most cnmni.t. ..hi ..
esUNubmenUof the kind la the Southern country, a
his regahsuoas exact and syst-matac, deanliaess, net.
nes and eonfort being strictly obser vtd and eaforcesl.
? ,!.v"a .IS tTal,tl to cnstairers A. I servants tu
flM hands, sound and perfect in body and mind N
groes taken on commission.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTOR,.
Mf-UfVUTI T T Tww w an .-.-.
SEALED PROPOSALS wm be"rrce.,rJ it vWflT itt
nntu March lOih. 1357, for the GradiafclfTi
Bridging of .ixty miles of tbe Sonikn. n.ut-
commencing .1 . MeMinavWe, the Southern term in ta,
runui-g North through Warren, WtMe and Putn.x
countiesto Livingston, In Overtca ceaaly
The character of the work Is heavy, eompristag a lain
amount of ruck excavation, several hr . . i. s-. .
Proposals for the -ott work msy be made by sections ol
mBe one each, or for thirl-. r w. '
eluding iron, traciuylng, depot buihllags, and all'the
equipmett necessary for operatlog the roadwbftn cota-
Puf,1.,'. Profiles and specifications may be seen,
and all other lnformatoon t-mi k. u ,
office after Match 1st, at McMlnavtHs, or before thatf-aie
i YrX., , "'"'."". ogmeera cace cf the Mottle
aad Ohio Railroad, Jackion. Tenn.
,.k--...e ROBT. STERLING,
fcKH-tllOmar Engineer la charge.
JUST received at onr new stand. No 221 Mala street
M4 WINSTOJC. CHURPnir.T. r.n
M. C. CAYCE & S0N,
General A?ents& Real Estate Broke-s
No. 25 Madison Street,
"Q ARTICULAR attention will be givento all sales la :o.
A. city oc country, ot Negroes. IUil Estate. M.rrh..
Jise, Furniture, Land Scrip, Stock, 4c. All kods Feci,
ing aad Leasing Property, etc. Storage and Con'igs
ments solicited from all sections.
Re'urning our grateful acknowledgments fortheveri
liberal patrjuge heretofore received, wj now pledge c
selves, havingdetermined on making Memphis our per
manent home, to doable our diligtvce if pout,
think wlih twenty years experience in he trade, ikr- Lo-I
eltven iaMemphls, we ought to be graduates, and fur,
confident we can gl;e, as we thlsk wa hare dene,
lene.al satisfaction. .
References A. O .TIarrls 8t Co., IL A. Parker.S. H.
Lamb k. Co , W. Howard, H. P. Parnsworth Sc Ce , G
Kaherty St Bro.. I. B. Kirtland, R. C. Rinkley, Es.
Graham, Esq., Co;. R. Topp, Dr. Sam. Gilbert, .Mem
phis; BWwiaSt StarT, N. T Denisoa it Son, W U
Brace jc Co., Cincinnati; Tbos. T. Bead, Esq., Z. Ca.U
d), Louisville; Messrs. Dnncan, Rawllegs. B F. Shieft--V
Co., Thos. B. Winston, New Orleans ; R.X. Sain' &
Life-Size, in Oil Colors.
Tfjfl. F n:lf 'F
HAS opened his STUDIO ia Clark's Marble Balldi ,
where he will be pleased to sea those that wish ta
empley his pencil.
I Portraits also rslnted from Ssguerreotyis sjA
Photographs. jsal I,
rv TAKEN up at ray h-iusa, one BAT HORSE,
"KSJ-Wt hind foot white. Had on new saddle icd
bridle IaquUeof K. J B. L. WINN.
JanI7-U No. 231 Hala-sr.
John B. Persons, Cyntha Per
sons, snd Mary Persons, ml-1
acrs, heirs or Ames Per-1
sons, deceased, by their fx-pirte Peoa t K.
next friend and Guardian, J T
PURSUANT to a decree of theClrcnlt Court of Stcjftr
county, is this cause rendered ta the slst trU
3 anuary last, I win In front or the efflce of Jos la 1 Cut ue,
Esq., In the city ot Memrhls, oa FRIDAT, the SOih isy
of March next, sell at public auction the followir.g a-
scrio-u sisTe, via: JLXvatisvs, aged about sevent
years. Terms cash.
M.B. L. STEWART C eik aad-tfsste .
John Hallum. Sol for Petitioners feb2w3t
Clerk's Sale of Slaves.
Wm. Manning and Wife, Ma y
J-llzabeta, Thos. Sauaders, I
John Saunders Aaron Snn-
ders, Tennessee Saunders, V Xx-psrte PetltScn te
James B. Saunders, mjors, I sell Slaves for divislwi.
by their next friend, John I
PURSUANT to a decree of the Circuit Court of Sb - r
county. In this cause rendered on the 31at lcf
January last. 1 win ta' front of the Courthouse door, ti
tne town or iuiieixn, en aATURDAT, the 21st da
March next, sen to the highest bidder, the foUowln, da
scribed slaves, to-wit:
FILLIS, aged about 23 years, aad her children.
JULIA. ' " 5
JOE. " " 2
Terms One-bslf cash, aad Ihe residue So- tr
months credit from day af sale, with bcndiaaid go so
rarity, and a Ilea retained cn the alaTsj.ratU thai nxt-
red payment Is made. ."",",.,; .
M. D. L. STEWARTS Clerlr-idMss t,
J. L. & . Harris, Sol's for Pet'rs. tsMtiwJ.