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.rBY M'CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1S57.
VOL. VH.-NO. 309.
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t3"XodedocttensrTarlatioa win be Bads from the
hcclaxahax. udttok it CO.
t,. O. RIVES,
ATTOttXtrr aNB COe.VSKLOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Tens. ObVc; m the Post OMce Bafldtoc
AW battas'seatrsnted to bis care WW receive prompt
- and fatthtat attention. C ltectisas p-nptly Bade in tbe
mue dins eoahties of West Tennessee, JItastseippt and
DTL SAMUEL GILBERT. SR., has retnrned to Ms old
hosnestead sear Memphis and reopesKd Ms InArBi
ary. and wMmaatn perm inently. He treats tbe foltew
ns Oaeoate Diseases : Cancers, SeroCMa, WM e SwUUbc,
Tamers aBd Wens, wMboot Sorptel operations. He alt
treat aH Chronic Female di-easee. 3 res of loe standing.
Tetter, Bheamatisai, Syphilis, and ail form of Mercnria!
AjJG?deHM It nnaeessf ary to say more, a he has liv
ac wstaeoses of his success from Maine to Oregon.
BEXJA3II' HOITCOTT, Dentist.
irmsc ntwared mxacU wen u. practice
Dentistry in Memphis I respectfully sosscrt
iihepatronace of all who may need my ser
in tbe TnUI Hae, and bind fayteU to
vorform all ep-Tatiens on tbe Teeth, and insert Artifldal
Teeah in tbe most approved style no wH as it can be
dose in this or any other country.
Oaoe on Main street, opposite Worsham Honss.
tf AFREE n- M ACBEE.
'' ' G. W. & H. M. AGREE,
DENT15T3. omce biuoa wn
strset, between Main and front jmw,
All IXntal Oprrawoos person
tbe beaat possible pain. Disease of tbe Alveolar rnoea
and Gams treated in tbe most skillful wanner. Poller
partfal Seta of Teeth set on Gntta Porcha or Gold, wttt
tbeUtost ImprovemenU, and goarastied.
JAMES SI. 2HORPHY,
Groza-ox-zil Xaxci -e3-50Xi"t.
TI71LL aUend personally to thelocattoe of Swamp Land
VV Serip and Warrants In tbe JackMsport and Helena
XlfcfeteU Land and paylnR Taxrs.
B lUahm.Hempbif,Tenn.; A. S. Haey. LKtle Beck;
K. 0. Brtaklry. " MaJ T. M.H. Mus.;
ir vr PaimJi " J. Norton k Co., .!.,
V "e Co!! " J- A. KoBsseau, LaGranfe,
Alien Poik. . r
C W- Batd,Jaeksooport; Pool &. Watson,Ja;ksonpart
e27-ly ' .
J. A. ANBERSOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Terra. OSee In
Walker's BnUdine, ov.r Mansfleld'a Drac Store,
Main street. JtnlO-ly
DR. WSI. HETF1TT
TT-rILL praeuce medicine, on tbe priocpelbat th'rjj
-W Itosd Tin all systems, and none att wsSleieat. Ofle
eljeCfcTstrret; 1. the Post Offlci Ilrtldas, second
dromthePoW Offlce. BeeWeuce on the- corner of
Haraanda and Estwtt streets.
Osi J B Stanton. N. Adams, Efj., Haywrad cennty.
Ttiv P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. Madln, Fayette eonnty.
B Somervl l. E-q-. P V. MaeUn, Esq .Tipton eoanty.
J. L Woo. J. B. Ashe, MemfJWs.
J. S. TTHITE, ffl. T).,
sr-JUEaCHaraeoaa connty. havinc renwved to M m
JJlSsts." his professional services t . the cj.iss.
eon Oonrt Sqnare. on- door west of Wallahs Aoc
tlon hene. B-sidenw on Pontotoc street, sooth side.
between St Pstrick -id St. MarHn.
J TTORNET AT LAW.
lifftca ever C. W,
B. C. BROIFA,
A TTORNET AT I,W, Marion, Art.,
PMOtPS. Critt?aden, Mississippi, Green, JUodolph,
LawrWcndrpendence, Jackson, Potosl, St. Frauds
iTanro CnUes. In Arkai.-..
.ED. A. EEECHER.
WICRERSHA3I & BEECKER,
a TTOBSETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee Ontt,
f 2m si j-rrTsoB
SSIITH I. BAXRHBADj
ATTOUKT AT LAW, Memphis. Tjan. Offloe In tbe
Pest Om-e Hiock, over Aydlett & Co., thud story.
Dr. R. ! IASH-Ij
T ATE 8taffPhyeUn and Di-rctorot several noU)
I , m G eras My. rn'mber of dawreat Medtoal Scctetie
tewTerk has located la t ferity of Memphis, and of
feVbl.totbe pnbHc as Phyclan, Aocoaeher,
and for aM operations in Ssrsery.
nan n Washlnston street, between Main ana
. - nrt
' R.'V. RICHARW8K..W. MT. TOT ATCXY . .M. A ItlSOt.
Richardson, Wlieatley & KiSoSj
ATTORNETS AT LAW OfSce on tbe comer of Second
and Curt streets. Memphis, Term. KU-IT
JOHX A. XOOE,
k TTORNET AT LAW. Offlce In the Post OOce BnlM-
V ms, Memphis. Tenn.
HASK.EI.T. & SEARCY,
ATTORKET AT LAW. Memphis, Tespessee. Wm. T.
HasVeB and Robert Searcy have ttwtej them
tetber In the uracttee of Law. Omcr. In the
SnORNET AT LAW, Covington, Teen. All basis c
vi. , win recMve Dromst atteatlcs
CUUWWM W f
.. Aovr iTT.i r vn lnhls. Tenn.. win practlc
.iLln allWconrtscf Memphi. and the Western Dls-
Offlceltnth of Court Sanare, adjolnlns that of the
Gbibry Court Cfrk. toxtII-It
rtre THfic. KEIiLEKi
T ATE of TnScumbU .Alabama, has 1,:
liaX thebrantieTof hUprofeeslon He has taken the
otacs heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner cf Shelby
and Umon streets. Havln? recently made a careful and
treneral selectioo of Sorglcal lnstrnment.Jbc M P
for aS tbe operations of Sorcery. Residence on Shelby
street, between H -ling and Treievant streets.
Tl M. TIITFIOSE.
TTORNET AT .AW, Memphis, Tenni OEce on eatt
1 Trt.ms. W.
j business Gterjte
ENCOURAGE HOWE INDSSTRT.
HUBER & WIA'KEOItXJr,
Ulain-St., 3d Door below Union,
ABE prepared to Oil aH ordert In the
Iloase CarpeBierins aoo t WMtnr ittifii
mtt tritk BeatB aoddlcnatch.
Repalrlne and Ta'BVhloc execatedln
tbe best tj"t.
Uire na a call.
ire warrant ail wore tune in oor ap.
-J. J. JEN.NT
JASIES BORO & CO.,
NO. SHOWAED'S BOW, MEMPHIS, TKXK.
Jr OTI CE--XEW FIRST.
TTTE baT tkfe lar asxidatrd with n In bcslnecs Jlr.
V V GBO. W. TBOTTER, late of &?mrTiile.Trnn. Tbe
style of oar h w will be HANCOCK, CUBS K CO.
Wf iroolJ t. jxvtraUr wl W t from ear patroos a coiln
aatlon at tbrir patruaage. at we will, at all iim, keep a
Urge sad well selected t'k of Groceries and Produce,
wfclcti we sen cheap. Call and re
HAKCOCE t CLAEK.
Mckthis. Febrnsry 1, 1867 frt8
1 c uKMirr n . n.ARK....GEO Vf. TROTTEB.
Latewniianoot LateAydett& Late of Saaervlllej
H.COCK., CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale anil Retail Grocers,
BAGGITTG, HOPE, BACON, LAED,
e 1 inr; of PTodviOO,
NO. 16 FRONT BOW, JIESirulS, TKXN.
J. C. JAOOBI & CO.,
(No. SS8 Main, bet. Union and Gayoso-sts ,)
Importers and Jlanafacturcrs cl
HAYAHA & DCMS3TIC
CIGARS AID TOBACCO.
COKSTANTf.T on h sad a Ian.- nortment of the mctl
favorite brands, at metferale ptiscs.
J. WALT is CO.,
VTHOLXSALE ASD RTAIL
G M O & U S ,
ASD DEALERS It ALL XtSBS Cr
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Ssnthrnst Corner el Slain and Union Sti.,
ROTE always on hand a well an J carefully selected
stock of articles in tbelr line, which they will sell at
the lowest en rreat price.
53- Ofdr promptly Mled with dUpatth.
CANDEE, MIX & CO.,
arxtnunxy X--at, 1357.
IV oOerine oor card to tbe public we tender oor ac
fcnorled(eats, for the Ty liberal palrunage extend
ed a during Ibr past year, and promise fr the future to
rarat.li aarcaaeemers tbe LARfiBaT, CHEAPEST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK (if cn" n the Southern
Our Sealer partner win be ecnataatly in the Eastern
market, and win keep us fully snppiKd with every desira
ble style ot
Staple end Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are A?rtt for crf of tbe tat brands of DO
MESTICS, OSNASCRGS, 5-C, v Uidi we oSfcr at Factory
CAISS5EE, I?53X &
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOT V SHOES
, MEMPHIS, TENN.
J. B. SHAEPE,
Ko. 26 Jfodiien if . between Front Rota and Xtn,
WOULD repeetrUy Inform the merchants ef Mem
pbls and suTreon. lns country, that he has just re.
tamed frura tnecHtes 01 mm', ,
a permanent Aeeocy f r the sale of all erades et TUg'n
iaTnbaee, ami iBteads to keep constantly on hsnl,
stock equal tu tbe demand, at msnnfaeturers' prices.
Belns fuUy able to compete with tbe New Tork, Battl
more Cincinnati and X' Orleans markets, helnvit
the attention of H d'-ahrrs In the above article to hL
stock before purchasing s ewnrrc :.
J B. SHARPE.
-1 rR M1LTOS Mc-NIGHT. late of Nw Orleans ba
tVI become assortsted wllh ns In tbe Grocery and Cem
i Jistt Buss-dstlnR from ibe lt lost Tbe style of
Sn7m will heieatterlH-GATES WOOD feMcKNIGHT
1le! Fcb0,1857. GATES & WOOD
. 3t. GATES ...A . wouu - .
GATES, "WOOD & MciUMiUxiT,
dvoeevs, V v o a u c c
NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHU.
, GENTS Hid Powdr Company; Ceaters' yhltt
A IdSdimtOU Comply, St. Iis; for Ml fU
A. r. M'CANE ""r
McCAHE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to "Whent & Taylor,)
FORWARDISO AXD COMMISSSOIV
DuvalL's BlulTa, Arkansas,
bTa GrowVwhteh Wy win sll low for cash or -o
tTrH-d'ptirs aid Peltries, or any other article.
GdSunS tor Utile Bock or th , adjacent
JiatleTshlPPed to Duvall's Bluffs, wttl be forwarded
SZuS. thSff are always wsgsn. -nd team. In
roodtness to baul to any point.
We are now receiving and opealn; oar
Fall and Wisitey
i-iOVSISrlNG of every variety of Suple and Fancy Dry
H etowaanykrpt la this market. Superdne Buck
.7l Vtet Shawls. te latest style, uni
Sr GeJir. of a swerlr quality; Crape Shaw.s a
SraeiaoTBIankets. Necro Cloth, Broaani, Ready Made
lUE, Boot, ani Shoes, Hits, d a variety of article.,
t.m,l?.U: .a.. aid examin. my
stock. loVe'makiByVpurch.. 1 bought on the
vy terrod sL VinM that -one .fc.ll na-
derseBme. I shaC adopt tne T i7
Bssetnal dealers. - LAK,
?HDCI No 277 Mate street,
ootI3-Jtwawm CHd StandJrgnX
J. V. FUSSEIii-,
oxro. -37" arxt-OTsr-- -t-757",
-tt Riairiiia, i t.v.
S7 PANTE & C0.3
Lard Oil, Soap and uancue
11 Main street, Mempliis. Tenn.
f Tt HE highest market prices paid for rough and rendered
J Tallow, Lard and Soap Grease. nov2 1?
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
So. 6G Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
KEEPS oonstaaOy en hand. BOOTS and
qtioES. of bis own rj. , -
anSactors. He?S. 1. Leather
. a - - vif iti Fimch ana
aorc mi upt-'. v-" w - : -.
American Shoe Findings, Trunks wrpet oags yj
.11 Tvhirb he wi I fcl s cheap s any in this
market. Give hua a call before purebatlDg elsewhere,
declS . . :
A. STKEET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
A "V-GrO!SIf3 , cSjc,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
angl- MEMPHIS, TENS.
-r m.r.TTTTlNE. Esn.. has removed bis Law Offla
XX. over the Store and Cota -listen House of Fowpas,
Mount k Co., on Jefferson street, oetween tae roci uwr
and Main street, . ipell-tf
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
dec30-daw3m NO. 3 FRONT ROW.
HOPKINS & CO.,
( Succruort to Fotetll j- Co.,)
NO. 41 CIVIOX STREET,
sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA
S. WILDS VER.V0N, (
D. C. WILLIAMS,
Ite of Panola, Miss
W. A. BRTAK,
I St. S. BRTAS,
Late of La Grange, Tenn,
VERNON, BETAN & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
"o. 6 Front Row, over Meacham U Galbralth'i,
T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storlns, Shlpplne ltd
X SeiBne Cotton. Oharxes 00 cents per aie.
rj- AH cotton sent to us will be covered J lnsBrance,
cnlees otberwlse'lnstructert. anpc
T. B. JTORSIENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S HEW BLOCK,
Up Stair3, 17 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
, V. C. SNIDER,
New Orleans, La.
TFA1.EI.EU & SHaDER,
No. 123 Canal Street,
Julyl 8-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
S. M. GATES.
.................. A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTOK PACTOBS, GROCEBS,
Produce aed Gcnsral (,'ommisston
A'o. 3 Union Street, hrtwee Mam end tnr,u iw,
AFTRR as active application to bailees J, for ever
m. wi n vr. for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage of onr ftifnds In the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of our ability to please such may
conflde their business to oar charge. Oar stock of Bas
jtiDS.Rope and. General Supplies will not be excelled In
tbe city. Cash advances, or acceptances, wfll only be
made on consignments In store. Insurance on Cotton or
other rfodace, in store, will only be eSected upon aausl
lnttructisns, or when under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all ttm-s, be latnred white In
transit, with open poHey, unless otherwise instructed on
the f ace ot bills lading. J
b .11 nr f- - id who have so liberally patronbsea as
durins years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a continuance 01 tncir
lunlS-lswtr i.vi.a a. niruu.
WABDLAW nOCTARD...............wai.T. nur. Ann.
W. now ARB & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission ana
m 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In BaspicfC, Rope, Twine. Sncar, Coffee, Mo.
lasses. Rice, Flour, Lard, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London l'orxer, Aie, wmr, umii, , ,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries rewTTtly. A good
stock now on band, and for sale at teionable prices.
--nh adnnces iyiue on Cottons In store for sale or
shipment. AH Cottons insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to as by water ;!, the rlskef Fire while In
tore, unless otherwise Instructed. Onr prices for storing
and tenia; Cottons, the same as we have chargedfor
Tarspst fifty rents per bale. !BiZ,
BEKJ. EEID. ..............J. JB- x-.i.
B. REID & BRO.,
NO. S3 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
1 I.I, Cotton sent to our address insure, um-w i""'
A Hons to tbe contrary are received. PmnUtion
orders dtled with care. Store and Sen Cetlsn at any
cents per bile.
T r. AYDLETT.'
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
NO. S3 GRAVIER-ST., JEW OIli.tAJi3.
DOUGHERTY & AYDI.ETT,
COSISIISSIOK SHE RCII AATSj
NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash advances on alt uiton or omcr 110
duce shipped to T. P. Aydlett It Qo., New Ori-ana.
I.L. BEASLEY .-uiiu.
BEASL.EY & L.OYIXG,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Cr ortornl Gr x- o o o r a
NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LA ROE stock ef Rope and Bagsing always on band.
Cbarges fllty cents per bale, all other Produce at
usual raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
rmltince. All P.odoce Insured, unless otherwise In
fracted. "Z2 dwlT
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL DDlDIISSiOX JIERCIIAIVK
Cotton and Grain Pactors.
H. 07BREWER & CO.,
REFER to J. T. Soatter, E-j., I'reswent uant 01 in
Republic, New Tcrk ; J. K. Sass. Esq.. Preslden
Bank of Charleston, S C; Messrs. John Trazer & Co,
J. W. Caldwell, Esq., Charleston, S. C ; Cot Wm M.
Churchwell, President Bans or i;afi iranH, jkoroi
vllle: I. B. KIRTLAND, Esq.. and Mws. FALLS
CASH, Memphis, Tenn. tea2T-6m
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
36 CAM? STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
CASH advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
consigned as above, by MILES OWEN".
9J. jLo Verser9
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
Hosby & Hunt's New Block,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
I WILL pay partienlar attctl U filltng ordrnfsi
Groceries, Bagging and Rope, c
C MASON. O. C. EOB-KE.....
L. C NORVELL.
Huily Spi leas. Miss. Iulsville, Ky.
MASON, BOONS & KORVELJi,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
No. 101 Main-St., Memphis, Tenn
BAGGiNG, Rope, Jeaas, Lloseys, andageoeial ft
of Plantation Supplies constantl; on hand.
No. 5 Monroe Street, hot. Front Row &Main,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
Cotton and other Produce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies Xarnlibed at
lowest market price.. oct23
T. J.DAVIDION B. ELLIS A. C. -LAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
RecciTing, Forwarding and General
.Vo. 219 Afflin Sfrref, Eatt tide between Jejfcrtan and
Adam, Meaphit, Tenn.
ROPE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
hand. Jnn2 Olawtf
TUSTieeeiTdd, 303LWS. Uaillh's euiwrlor Plttstrargh
le. H. H. POTTER,
-uecl8 ' " Malaist, 3d door North WorehaniHijnsa.
el - --7 .
WALKER & BROTHERS,
JTo. 70 liront Row,
WASBFACTtJllEIlS OF CLOTHING,
AKD WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
STAPLE AND FANCY
vv Goods, Itoots &. SUocs,
ARE Just recelvins ni rpenlng a MKI "'"'nfhe
of Sprlrgand rt?.ZJffi
to undersell a good many. Please eaU and s-e.
r r- sr. NOLAKD
.a. a. hue Y
MOIvANP & CO.
JLITTIsK ROCK, ARIi.
T) EFER TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen
News.Euuer and Fowlkes' Express cpy tDI
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
-OFFERS his services to the public and will give
n!'t .uralion to any business connected with Ms
ath' cfilce on thewrst
Tx, soutbBof Unten, (Canovan's BuUd
Ug ) No! 3JS, unless absent cn pr.fc.swnH bu.laess.
t Chadwkk. nenry fl. Smith,
J M Prevtne. lloberteen T.pp.
Joen-S. Claybrook. 'ITT.-
"A. VACCAR0 & C0.5
Foreign and Domestic Liquor3,
Wines, Cigars, rnx3
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS. TENN.
"CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
AlaJu.frwf, next deorto Odd FtUovst' Kail.
FCRE BRUUS AD MEDICINES,
..a.n c...-;l TnaimiTienta. I'MICT Goods.
Brandies and Wines. rfenled.
IT- Every article so.a oy u ,,
TuVJect to be returned at our esynse. inly3-ly
AKD DEALER IK
Watches, Cioclcs. auu Jewciiij
CORNER OF MAIN AT.U Ai)i".i
TAKES this method ot Informing tlsrnenaa,
and tb public generally, that be haa moved f rom
?h3 his old stand tot-e corn-' Main "
streets, where be will take pleasure In exhibttinir
a new and choice lot of JSWBLKX, to inow J
?.whta with. call, and willb 'J''"1'
orders for repairs In his line. He bopes, by honesty, ia
Ky and hts effort, tq please, to gain the
and liberal patronage of all who may find It convenient to
visit his establishment. . .
T3T AH orders for repairing m crerj "
slnrii prompMy attended to. ay21-ly
at actual cost or ceth.
. . ... ir htwln. WS oflef it actual
cost for cs and auk sny, our entire stoc of ClotBtng
and Furnuhiug Goods. As tne business hiuj. "7 """"
i . ..h. tt-v must bs sold, persans In want
of Goods in mir line, will find It to ttrtt ?Jn8e t0
mens a call. .KKLLEKfti0IS!,2?Jv
Janl -3m 272 Main street.
53- Enqnlrtr copy tnree montas
THE HAZARD rOiVHEK tUJU'AAii
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
TT AVIN'G rtlacrtl tbrlr prices to rorlD with th
cH .1 Ar Raitrura cnnttiinc to offir tneir
irliknewn brands f ELECTRIC INDIAN RIFLE and
i-pvrnrrr 1MPI V POWDER in kegs and ca-lsters.
Al.o. Gun Powder for Blasting and Mining, comprising a
full ass rtnwnt of qualities and kinds required by the
trade, guaraotitd to give entire satisfaction,
-h.. ct.nd.rdor their Powder, which has now enjoyed the
niches t reputation tor more than twenty-five years,, will
he found unsprpassio oy any oiaer -
'For "InttSiW by GATES k WOOD, Agent, and
at the race of the CompsLT. Ko..89 WsltT'corncr Water
street New Tor k. A. G. HAZARD. Pt";
E. Douglass, see y
L THOMPSON & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO E. R. RACIKE,)
IMPORTERS AND DEAL-lts
Vine .vivivtUcs, mcs,
' ASa THE riJtEST crALtTr OP
JEFFERSON STREET, (Breathett At Stoner's Budding.)
Between u 1 anu oro.
JUST R8CEITE0 Brandies, Henry MounteiCo.,1810;
Old Castlllon, 18i5; 0d Lamood, 1S2D;
Old Rochan, an-l aia'ieni urasuiogs.
Wines, Ch.mpsCTie and CI s ret;
Old South tide Maderla, Topaz Sherry;
Chsmpagae, Flenr d- Bongy, Criam do;
Cre'cent, O lvler OH Cbampertin Bergundy ;
OW Vieux Cipt Spukling Bergundy;
Clarets, Cbatiux Margeanx, Latour Glass Stopper,
Lkflte, St. Eslpbe. and other brands, too numsrom
Scotch Ale, London Porter ;
Fancy Groceries, c, ke. feV25-a8m
r? Hour Springs Democrat copy three months, and
send bill to tbis office for coMrctlon
THE undersleued, at pre.ent representing the hoast
or BREWER CALDWELL. New Tork, wUl matt
liberal Cash Advances on Cotton consigned to them tcx
sale: Appt, al n Front iujw, up stairs.
ep27-tf w . u. iiui.-.
CASl.8 asort'd Cordials for ssle ly
H. H. rorrKK, Jistn street,
Third dr North Worsham H ue
CASES Pur. Juice Port Wlci, for ssle hy
II. II 1 until. itnii,ci,
Third door North i'f Worehsm Hone.
In f CASES Uostrtter's Bitters, tor sale by
UU H. n POTTKR, Malu sticet,
mail Third door North of Worsham House.
rSR HUNDRED cases Both JtSedgewlck Loudon Cor-
W dial Gin, in store and for tale by
n. II. POTTER, Main street.
TfalraMoor North et Woisbam House.
THE undersigned bsvlng on tb 1st Jsnaaiy last as
withu. Mr. ROBERT BANK5, under the
stvle of MOORE, JlALSTRAD it CO., are now building
au extensive osUNHament lor me auaia.ia m
Doors, Saslt, Blinds. Mouldings,
Turning, Scroll Work, &c.
We have also added machinery for dressing Flooring,
Weather Bwrdlng, anl every description of hciWing ma
terial, with all the latest Improvements and invnttees
adapted to our line of business.
Their "'fa EitaMtthment H on SeeonJ" street, lramt
dl.tely South of Uaran, aad will be folly tmd.r way by
Use 16th Miichnext.
Thankful for past favors they re, pert tally solicit a
continuance of tbe same.
feblB-J.wlm MOORE 3c nALSTEAD.
s rsAssioLi r. 11. wilx.iaso5,
FRASSIOLI & WILLIAMSON,
and RtfaU Dealers ia
enware. French and
German Vases, Silver,
Silver TUted, German
Silver and Briianla
Ware, Fine Tabic Cut
lery, 1S3 Main Street,
Looking Glass Plates,
Tea Trays, Parlor
Glroudoles, &c, c
G. B. LOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
BEAIi ESTATE BBOKEB,
"83 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULA"R attention to sales of City or Country
Property, Negroes, Merchandise, ot every description,
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and
Leasing noperty, e.
Storage and Consignments solicited.
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL.
an old and experienced Auctioneer, late ofTIuntsvtlle, Ala-
nama, a am rany prepared to attend, u consignmenis auu
salts of every descript'loL. Liberal Cash.Advahczs
MADE 03 UOSSIOXMEXTS.
Q-Storage and consignment solicited.
P. S. I am Agent for'The Adams Express Company,
marl! Jl '
sJtaunints. fi-r.5JIar.latioii jSnpRts, (Bit.
Corner of Main and Adams street,
mnlS nouse I. .ltaated In the centre ot business, tor
J Is now finished and In complete order. The Pioprletor
pieagea oneself it thau not be surpassed By any House In
Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestew eu
on him for tbe last two years, he hopes by a street atten
tion to holiness to merit a continuance ef the same.
oc7.tf J. J. WORSHAM, Proprietor
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON STS.
THIS estabUshment has Just undergone therougb re
pairs la every dnartment. Rooms newly paia'ed
and pspered ; bedding thoroughly renovated ; there Is not
even a mattress that Is not new or equal to new ; carpet,
mostly new, tc In one word the house Is now In de
cidedly better oner than it has ever been since It was
built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to the
Home since I have occupied It, aud having renew rd two
leases, one on the House, the other upon my age, I here
to be able to give more attention than heretofore I sir
determined to make my gaests comfortable.
oc7-tf D. COCKRELL, Proprietor
ON UNION STBEET.
THE subscriber reipectfaliy inforai his old friends and
ALL the public, that ho has opened a new Restau
rant on Union urect, where he Is prepared to furnish
the belt viinds that can be found in the market, served
In theb;at ParlsUn styles, Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds la fact, everything sailed
to I he SauU and most delicate epicurean tatte.
Gtv ute a call I have six different rooms for the ac-
eoffirfsdstkrti of Private Parties. I will not be outdone
In any branch connected with my business.
t1etSO-tf - . GUS.DEMPERWOLF.
Corner Main and Jackson-sts.,
THIS well known Hotel, having changed binds,
snd ben thoroughly repaired, and provided with
new Furnltsre, is no open for the aeosmmoda-
itianof Boarders and Traveler..
Th public may Test asaund that every exertion will
be made on tbe part of the Proprietor to render thi.
Itousesecond to none In West Tenness. H.vlni active
and attentive servants, and a table alweys turnlihsd with
the best the country afibrds, he conaiently relies .upon
givlngentlre satisfaction to all wbr may favor him with
their patronage. WM, X. BENNETT
53 Enquirer espy.
WORSHAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Pancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie Wor
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Frnits in their twn Juice, J "to
Pre rrc-. Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordials, Sy ips, Una Wines, Brtadies, atl
kinds Nets, fee.
in connection wnn mis eeo
.ylishmentl have fltted apan Oyster
Saloon, ana will receive rtit-sii
OYSTERS by every packet.
nov!6-dly S. P. BRICHETTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BRO.,
237 MAIN STREET,
KEEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIN
and FANCT CANDIES. CAKES, Fruits, Preserves,
etc., wholesale and retail. We are also prspand to fur
nish parties at the shortest notice.
ej- IN connection with this we
-ii 5 I & ekeep cpen our LADIES' and
Otryv TJSS'-'.GKNTLEMF.NS' OTSTBR SA
51b LOON from 9 o'clock a . M.. to 12
o'clock p. M.,and are reselviug during tbe whole season.
rRESIl OYSTERS by every st:am r. we soncit a snare
of the public patronage. nov2-d6a
B. W. ALEXANDER
.R. 3. LA5St!tO.
AIiEX ANDER & IiANSING,
NOS. 63 AND 66 LOCUST STREET,
Sai t Xjouis3, VEo.
J. I. Murphy, Memphis ; Cook k Co., Memphis ;
Harnett fc. Walker. Tooa uoyer,
Charles Pottei. " fe5-6m
JAMES MW & CO.,
118 Main Street, Louisville, Ky.,
t RE now receiving their Stock of Dry Goods for tbe
Acomlf g Sprln? Sales, to which they invite the atten
tion et dealers. Tbeir purchases ot American domeitli
goods have been made under tbe most f svorable circum
stances, for ca-h, befere tbe advance, which will ena
bte them to oQVr Inducements i tbe purchase ot these
goods net to be surpassed by any dry goods concern ic
the United States.
We flatter ourselves to be able to sell Domestic Goods
fuHy as low as they can, at present, be purchasid from
th- Dry Goods Coatralsstea Houses In the Eastern mar
kets. We win have on hand -ot our own direct Importa
tion from Europe, a large and well-selected stock of Jac
onets. Snl't Mulls, Nainsook, Ma lias, Cambric, Linen
tlambrie, nandkerchli f s. Hosiery, Gloves, English Black
Blatk and White, and Black and Gay Prints, French
Plate Prints, English 4-tttu, Purple and Chocolate Print.,
tog' ther with a f nil assortment of Goods suitable foi
men's wear Examine onr stock before makiugyourpur
chsses, and you will find that we have mtde no state
ments that we aro not folly able to make good f ehT-d2
BRADY & DAVJES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCH ANTS,
Mam Street, Louisville, !.,
T ANUFACTURER '3 Agents for Machine Rope, Bag
iVJL Sine. Jsanj, L-nseys. he. Jan23-Ir
O. SMITH. ...B. r OUTIIRIE....QEO. J. ROWLAND.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
WHOLES ATiE GROCERS,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AQEXTS FOR THE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
Tio. 564 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
J. HI. ITIcFADDEV fc CO.,
(LATE TR1PLETT, M'FADDIS k CO..)
No. 28 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. I.OUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Previsions, Flour,
Grain, kc, solicited and promptly executed.
C. St. HARVET R. B. HARTET.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR reronal attention
33T-v will be given to the Sale or
Iit5Jv Forwarding of Goods or.
An N.J VD ln MRiimMl In Ml,
STSaiV address. We will contract Freight on the
above ler re-shlpment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had ssveral years' experience In our market
in the purchasing of Staples and assorted ilcrcta ndlse.
Refer to gook - u., j. v. uritnng ro . tpeea
at Strange, Hannah Shanks. dec!2-ly
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP ALIi KINDS,
Illl?iTrRS' llXlvS, .fee.,
XV Main-Street, Louisvi2Ie, K.y.
. rtTZOERALD...CIIAS. C. DIL1...J. WOODWORTn
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Succeticrt to Park, Siapton 4 Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers.
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 02 iTont Row, Memphis,
C. C. MAYD WELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
TTTHERE can be found an description of Grave Work,
VY which will be tarnished as cheap as It can be got
In say market West. Also, Building Work done at abort
It is to the Interest ot all persans wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead of purchas
ing rrom Ageiits, a. tne ,-uanuiacur. navs 10 aaoi in.
twenty per cent, that Is paid Agent, to the work .old by
them, soatnerners, ices to yonr interest.
de3-daw6m C. C. MATDWELL.
MIJSTCE PIES !
FRESH and hot MINCE PIES are to be had erery day
t Spoo .t'S, on Madison street, -and
families served ieg ally, on the shortest notice, with,
JC3- Parties famished with Cakes, Con fectleas, Wines,
AC, oa loesnoriesb ooucr, auu iu dtavui o bsusi aoou
,styl, Olyehtaacall. R0T27-dtf
Received Tliis Day, and for Sale.
Ififi BBLS- Supr0oe Pwur;
1 U U 100 bMs, Extra Family Faar J
160 ' Fancy Illinois "
60 " T narrlsen's "
60 Cspe Jsssamin "
100 kegs No. 1 Laf Lard ;
S easks new Bscoa Usras ;
-2f0 boxes, half and quarter boxes Oaadtes;
100 boxes Western Reserve Chees t
100 bags CeSee, Rio, Ligairs, St. Jaga aad
110 hbds Sugars;
60 bblj Crashed Sugars ;
15 bMs Powdered Ssgais ;
25 tWa Coffee Sugars ;
50 bMs and 60 half barrets Molasses ;
200 bbls and half bbl Dexter's Whisky;
300 kegs best Esitera NaBs
nistsr Parts. Omsnt, Lime, &U and Batter Crack
ers, Charapisae 'Wlce, and Cider, Pieklec, CaUups,
Sauees. Baltimore Oysters, Lobsters. Tobaoso, Cigars,
-itches, B ooms. Buckets, Tubs and everything kept in
a Grocery House, an of which we will ,ett, wholesale ot
retail, cheap, to the trade
HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.,
w" No. 1 6 Front Row, Memphis.
1 AH BW- "srrlson's x raFour;
1UU 60 bbls. and 60 half bMs. MacVrel;
20 drums Codflih, 60 kits Mackere , Nos. 1 ard Si
10 casks naras, 10 casks Sides;
60 casks Bysss London Porter;
10O Uxes Hostetters Bitters ;
60 " White Wine. 60 box. Claret:
10 easks Claret, 100 box' s Star Candles;
100 bags CeSee, 25 dex'n Brooms ;
10 bbls. Roll Batter, 60 gross Girrtt's Snuff;
20 eases Sardines. 6 boxes Cheeie;
S-l bbls and 60 half bbls Dexter's Whisky:
15 bbls Harris' Ala, 100 bbls Whisky ;
60 boxes Lemon Syrup, 60 boxes Pickles ;
60 " Soda Crackers, 60 bMs Pic-Nl: Craskers :
50 " Pie Fruit, 60 b .x B-Ulns;
60 dsen Oysters. 60 dcin Washboards;
10 bbls Cranberries, 0 dozen Bed Cords.
ALSO, Oranges, Lemons, Oicoannts, Figs. Tobacco,
Sugar, Molasses, he. For sale oy
J. F. FRANK,
No. 34 Fn nt Row.
S. B. WIIililATflSON,
(Sticcewo-f WOHanton tr Hrncock,)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars S?c.
NO. 19 FRONT HOW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
V U50 kegs 1 Leaf Lard;
25 tiero. Sugar-Cured aa
20 kegs Scot, as90rtedei.es;
AH of which we wBl eetl cheap tor hatNs. ta
Trent Row, Memphis.
Jnlyl S. B. WILLIAMSON.
THE snbfcr.bei. keep on hand the fsllow lajr artlelrs,
which they warrant to be of Brst quality, and ter
sale low for cash ;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver k Co.'s Improved Gotten Gift. ;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior article ;
Li e, Cement and Plaster Paris;
Together with a gtneral assortment ot aH articles ttau
tlly kept In .Grocery store.
GWTNNE k GIBSON,
Jaly2 Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange BaMtag.
a'JE W GO OH Si
EMPORIUM OP FASHION,
And Ladles' General Furnishing:, Cloak
and Mantilla Establishment,
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are now receiving and opening efteet
the largest and mo.t magaiOcrnt stocks of
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Good. I
ever b:onht to this olty. Also, a very select assort
ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new, Silks,' Cash
meres, Marrnos, DeLalnes, and a large variety of all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aartlcular attention ts our Millinery Depart
ment, consisting of Chenille, Mess and Uacut Velvet.
Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $ S88
worth of fine French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and Glmpure Laces ; all styles ot
Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladles' Cloth and Velvet tor Cloaks, Dress Caps, Header
Dresses, Ladies' and susses' soots, corsets, Kid Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings ot all descriptions for Ctoeksand Drees.
tt. ke., kc
N. B. Embroidering and Stamping done. Cloaks an
Dresses made to order In a few hours at cheapest prices
Ladies, please call before purchasing elst where.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl A. ST1I LMAN k CO.
ETCHAVARKJE & BRO.,
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, rn the
Horn Lake lioaa, nave on hand a cue a.-
sortraent ct SHRUBBERY, In every tit
partment, cocslstlng In part ot
APPL.ES, peaches, plums,
Apvieots, Keclavincs, &c.
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va
rieties, with a good supply ot Evergreens, Qteea Douse
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rttba b and Asiaragus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be raae
tua'ly attended to, acd all Plsnts guarantied taordar
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 sh.rtett notice.
fib20-2m KTCQAVARXK k BRO.
X'nrtAIRftr.'V'Af 1h rtrr n mf Vfwuu. V
Si Green, would respectfully say to hltoM-
rrtenas ana customers tnat ue n sim at
the oM stand, with a good supply of Fruit
Irces, consisting ot
Also. R-saberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va
rieties, with a good supply et Evergreesu. Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a di uce, aooampanied wsthdratt or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attended to and all punts g irantl-dto order aad de
livered any pait of tbe city, free of cbarxe.
Narseryoa Main street, sontti Memphis.
octl4-t!Sra Receiver of Mwey k Green.
TO HORTICULl'URISTS AND PLANTERS.
I would respect tally remind thciten
of Memphis aad so rcsudlng coaatry that
tbe .eavri tnr trsn.nl.nf liuy Prall . f.'
Vk. nameatal Irees Is fast arproichlnt. Great
additions have been made la every deMrt-
raem. mo'. i.rticnlar!y anvirg Frvlts. A more select
and varicu coUecuon haneer teen osrd for saVt
the Soutkwes, censlsting In partot over one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, Ohle, ScuppcrnoBg California, etc
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawbirries, Currants,
Goosecen-les, etc; Kngusa Walnut, ana jftiserts, Teas
Pecans, Chesaats.etc, etc.
urcen-nouse plants, unisons lower koois, iimportea.1
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Ma lolla Grand Flora.
In a 'dltlon (o the above, I am now receiving a large lot
ot Bnlbs, of all kinds. Ia consequence of having to
move most ot my stock ca hand, I will sell It very low.
Purchasers may rely on everything being what it Is
represeated, and sales may be effected on ve-y favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the
Railroad Debot, or addressing
oClI-dSm S. M. WHEAT0N.
P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders win
meet with prompt' attention it left at the store of J.
Wlldberger. S. M. W.
THE partnership of Smithwick, Wray &. Co. was dis
ro'ved oa the lO'.h Inst, by the withdrawal ot A
J. R. WRAT and A. W. SMITH will centlnae the bust
ness at the old stand, uader the name and style of J R
WRAT k CO The books cl the oM firm will reniali
with J. R. Wray k Co., who are ready to settle all oat
standing claims. Those owing Smithwick, Wray k Co
will jleas pay as scon as convenient.
A. A. SMITHWICK,
J R. WRAT,
A. W SMITH.
Memphis, Feb. 21, 1S57. fet2!-3w
THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory cn.
Second street, between Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepsred to Manufacture snd Re
pair Carriages at tbe shortest notice. All work donesy
th'ta will be guarantied, and a share of public patronage
Jo3-IF L S. BURR k CO
Bagging-, Bald Hope and TwifieT
CONSTAJiTLT cn hand and for sale by"- :
B. MERRILL. -
MISSISSIPPI & TENNESSEE RAILROAD
MOBNING TRAIN, PJ0I COMO.
F ROM and alter TI ESDAT, Mateh 10th,,1657, natfl
further notice, the Freight aadAceem modatlos Train
will make daily trip. (Sundays excepted ) leaving Come
at 7:38 a. t , and arriving at Memphis at 12 M. Re-
tarawg, leave Memphis at 2:30 p. M , and arrives at
Cemo at T r. M. The regular Mail Train will ran ss
heretofore, leavtag Memphis at TT30 A M , and returning
t 1 r. 21. 4
a-f'O E. M. PATRICK, Sap't.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
Railroad from. Cairo
To Chicago Dtrtet ia Sixteen Heart, without Break
oftkitfeor Ckanjt of Cart or Baggage.
BRANCH FRO CBN rR ILIA 13 NOW FINISHED,
..uncuiuj m ume 1 sixteen Bans to Chicago.
AT Chkaao, coerwetlag with Michigan Central Cars
ksaving the same Depot, sr Detroit, Niagara False
Rochester, A.baay, New Trk. Boston, aad all Eastern
sad Attain tic Cities Only two change r oars tie.
Cairo ta Niagara, and tare rro Cairo to Albany, and
tear from Cure to New Tor- Time from Cairo ta New
Task; forty-awe hours. Hare as Ww. aad cumtart .
T. than by any other sate. Passengers through are
HOTsstVJectedtwMayeeaseqBeBt la the frequent
change by short lines of Radroac Is through Indiana aad
Okie, ta the East and North.
AIM, connecting at Caseaga with MMhlgxa Southern
TraisM. fur Cleveland, Das ktik,aad theEast, wHh Lake
"sum" aaa ases trs rr Kaetne, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, kc, and with a sptendtd Line ef First Clat.
S-amer for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Superior, CetHsg
www, .vreaie, ac.
"rasas leave Cairo Even r Moraine an.1 TmtaraiM
6:06 A. SI.. Chicago aad Danleeth Exnresa. tnl...
This Train emneets atWcao wlthrffew TerkXlght
nhsg Bxpress, orMrrtaa Oratral, Grit WntevnTad
N ew York Central Railroads, through iu thsrty-ene hours
TbU Train also eoan-cta al Saadeval wtta o-io aaj
..iyi 1 n.. o.. ioum ana y cesm eo; al
Pana, with Trains tf the Terra Maute. Attest aad St
Lou. RailreoJ, forlndi poi!S LoaisvtSe a; CincJ
natt: at Decatur, with Mam Lin- Express tat Galena
Dunlrith; the latter coMctiag with Trams ta sbi s-tl-cld,
Naples, Rwklslanl, Bar'ingtoa and (jafaey.
:10 r. at.. New Tork Bxpres, aaturtays axeeptod
Stopping only at important Siattoas, eicKWoal
conaiHrting with Maia Line Day Expreaa :rn Deatur U
DanMth. aad arrivias; at Cbicaa at Jr.st.
Passengers lor the Upcr M aiMippi, wUl find at Duo
leitb, steasaen of the Danieith aad Mianeseta racket
Compaa), ready to leave oa the arrival of eMher Ca.ro
Tram for Le Crosse, R-dwiug, St. Paul, kc. Passenger,
for Janes vllle, d Ontral aad BasSera Wiscwsra, cwi
nectat Freeport with Trains to Bdoit aad Jaaftviile, anu
from tbrnce to HadUm and Central and twn Wis
consin. TaeaapsaM Chart, ladtcatiaa: tbe Great Central. I
Route to the North and East are a a met inuM.7.A
Cotton's Map of the United States, and r sa-ugers art
reqae.Ud to examine this rate as wen as '. j- ia'vstc
time carda of the ceauectlac Heads, aad Jadge for tae
selvex as to the correct b-js or the above staiemenss. Tbe
epeaiogof too Uliao Central RaUroad. tm Cains to
Chka.-, aud the i forming a spt-v tad red means of
emmaalc&UoB b twoea the Upper Lakes and Rivers,ad
the Lower Mississippi, aSbrds to the pasure traveler,
a well as the bitnes man. attnetioas aad riiist,
fsrreaehtag the North and East, which surpass those of I
aar other roots whatever. Tb r -ii,. . t-r
niehed by tbe Company for tbe ccavenMoeof the trav
eHs pltc, the eermaBescy f the road and structure,
the strength aad etegaaee or the and lr m .
nsead themselves -o those who desire la traveling tpetdJ 1
TICK TS GOOD FOR ONE TEAK, with the privilege
at tayias; ever at any peiat, can be had at Memphis.
Cairo, and at the prmcipal Rathead 0ees oa the line.
WILLIAM MORIN. Agent,
J ent-1 y Memphis, Tenn.
53" 0ce. No IS Jflr.n street
?l'jBW MO UTE
EAST AND NORTH,
H I Jj M O & H
Nand att- r March 10. 1-67 THRO! UH MAILTRAIN
wiil leave M'mph.s, DAILT at 7.00 A M., arrtvug
at. Barns at 2 25 r. St.; at Somerville at 10.00 a. at
Returning Leaves Burr.s at 11 15 a. 21. ; So en e,
3:00 P.M. Arrive. aiMeupbss at 1.00 r. M.
This Tram connects at Bums with a double Daily
Line et first cu?s Post Caches to the termtaas ef the
Eastern Division ot the Memphis and Chi rteaioa Rail
road. Thence by Railway direct, aad connections sure
with all Eastern cities.
Staging reduced la aheat ttuhe miles. The Road will
be entire! completed hy the arst ef April.
THROUGH rtOKEraseM to the (stowta- points:
This Tram also ooaBects tth t&e MtMiaaippi Oentral
RaHread to Hotly Spriags, OxJard, Onaada, Canton,
Jackaoe, he, kc
Alsoconaects at Grand Junctioa Statiso with Tsanes
M Central Railroad to Bolivar, Jackson, HuaUBgdoa
and other places.
AlseceBaects at Peeaheatas with Tri-Weekly Line of
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen aad Gets .bus,
IHUOUGH TO NASHVILLE IN 31 HOURS,
Via tbe MempUsaBd Cbarwtou, Na ivuie and Cbaita
seeca Railroads oaly . miles of Staging, against
ISO DT say ether rwMe.
The ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN runs daily (ex
cept Sundays) between Memphis and tbe'Juectiea with
tbeMii.sippl Central Railnwd :
Leaves Juactioa 7.00 A. M. ; arrives at Memphis 11:60
Leaves Memphis 2.09 r. M. ; arrives at the Junction
6:0C r. M.
Freight Trains le. ve MsiaphU ttz Prcahontas DAILT
all a.m. Doors close at 4 r. M.
Through ckets only, ea the above Routes, can be ob
tained ct the Commercial Hotel, as well as iafarmattes.
c-jonected with the Road.
pissagers are requested to pemhase Tickets beiers en
terlas: tbe cars, and save payment of extra fare.
BaKgage checked te an station on the Railroad, aad
so Burgage will be received withoat being checked.
Each pe-wasrr win be allowed seventy-Sve pounds' of
baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds or Stage; but no
article will be carried as baggage that la not incident to
tbe person ot the passenger. In case of loss th Com
pany will hold themselves responsible for aa amount net
staves, when travettag atsae, ra .t have a permit, na
ming the peuu to which they are te ae, and .peeifyiag
that they are to travel by railroad, or they wM not be
OHvird. No ticket wdl he se4d them, nor win they ie re
ceived on the ra s, unle.s their owner or agent be present
or known le the J t:ket Agent and Conductor, or other
peia-B to vouch far genuineness ef permit.
feall Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Washfngton, Sew
Yorlt, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Line for the East!
JBalilmore and Olilo
THIS Road mas from Wheeling to Baltisere, (371
miles,) and to. Washington, (400 Ues,), id presents
the fnliest advaLtanes both as a freight aad passeBge,
liae. It n.as through wiW aad rum aatie regions of the
ABegheBws; and brips solidly constructed, complete!
eqaipnedaadcarefuliymanatrrd, i. neof the oio.t at
tractive aad sat.'Sl Ksiiroads in tbe Onited States. The
CvQlral Ohio Railroad, from Columbus" and Zanciville U
WheeUag, un.les this road with au portlcna of the West
Ins or.LT Through Tickets rctoai MEairais,
Louisville and St. Lot is tu the National Me
tropolis, ire scld by thie road, whNa runs direct te
Washing ten witaoat the daisy et passiag t rough Baltt
mure. It is lo the only .iue by whftfc baggage can be
ehecked to Washtagtos from the Ohio tjver.
iJ-By tie mail route from Memphis, take them al
steamers, r rring daily for LouiitM, ceMtins; tbert
with i 1 stea ktsst JefftrsaavtUe RaHroj id for GlnciB
nsti, where they arr.ve so as ta cacscct lth lie cars u
Little Miami Bs -tread for Cx'asta. -inect-g there
witu Central Oh-, Railroid, tiuoigN .warfc ands
vlDe. ta IVhcellac. ltv the- mi,,., .k.-
-!-- aXX ' 13 "WtWm.-ManBinl aisd W-i, Ma y
E3-E su to ask tar tickets by theBaittoore d Ohio
r-PsseBgers from Memphis coins East thracrh St
Lows, can buy Throes Tickets hy- the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. This rwsie lays thronjsi Vlnct-nmsi. Trr. tt. j t
Indlanapo.'ls, etc., to Wheeims, over the new Ohio and
Mississippi and conaaeetlng Reads. These connections
are au oireci, aaa iae time from st, Lotus to Bal timsrt
or Washington is bat about iZ hsmrs. Through Ttckeie
by this route m Ay be had of tbe Agent, under the ptin-
ter's House, at the following rales: From St. Lonis u
aiHmere xa, to wasaingtea S-b.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior cars ol
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, whtch leave three times
daily lor Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia aad Nea
Tork. Through ia 16 or 17 hoars, lnelc nc tonn
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty ot U country, and
gooeral comfort, this road Is second to cone la the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment ot any Railroad in the United States, and is
prepared to do aa Immense business la transportUs n.
The road makes Immediate connection at the whams and
in tbe streets ot Baltimore with. the Railroad to Philadel
phia and New Tork. steamers st Ericsson aad Balti
more Steamship Lines, by Cans; and Sea to New
Tork, and by new Merchants' and Miners' Liae ta Boston
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savai mah, ke. For
particulars, see freight tariff, copies ot which may be had
of ice a-orwaroing uon.es ta the west, or o J. B. FORDj
tseceivisg ana x orwanung g i( ai r, neeung.
WM. S. WOODSIDE,
Master ct Transportation, Baltic re,
& tl LAVALLETTE,
ltti3-ly Agent, 51 Front Bow,Menphls.
Pelltisn to divide land. In Caun-
court of Shelbyconnty.
TN this cause It appearing that J. T. Stewart, thede-
X fendsnt, Is a non-re.iJent of this State. It is ordered
that the Clerk ot this Court make publlcatl.n la the
aempnis -l-rtAL, newspaper, rtqulrlag the rait J. T.
Stewart o make his appearance at the neatterm of this
-qkCc.urtAtobaLeld.ori.thsfirit Monday In April next, and
i (m,m.h,'i wuiuc to me s cuiioa iu u s ovnsii
rni'a.cr tne same will tetaten for coafe.seit as to him,
and set forbearing ex-pcrtt.
"mar6-e6sp JOHN P, TSEZE-ANT Gcrk.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL. AND TEN-
Ou'TJV0? V'h ltBl' d Charle.tc.
Jtliro.dlo Teae's Staitoa. eisbt mil.. s
Bolivar, andelghtcn ms. SauU o? J Uou, TeT '
Leaves Bjivar DAILT (Swsdays excepted) at It
Arrives at Jeacltea at '
(aectiogwi.h7A M TraiB lata MemphU.
Returning, leaves Junction at 10 a Jr., or en arrtr., of
"'Jl'ff. st TICZ ,1
. 31. OMJs-fCilf r at ils.t - -... t--
wlin Nerweod's urtrof Coaches te J.ciws awl MT,
eiaWihgroo, thru, W.-ieUr., T r,i
urnb. aodfrnitortBgMia 17 be xeaaeweSd T
banu Railroad Ahu. with R v s!;!r .
et-medatios. Hacks. " "
33X rolr ?:i-.r---.
-.ve Twae'sSUtloB dUy (Sundays exeet at 1 as
P M . eonaecttogjt Gr.e Jni.; JlTrr? 1
amvtog at Memphis ,t 7-45 aT
Retcrnmi leaves Grand J Kliea oa -,r-i,., ,
fet . - "7 a r.
v v xtjsjis. i.vxfiHEST.
tare ledu(!Pti in .t zt
Memphis and Charlesrnv.
Miaslssinni tent mt --. .
OONNECCTNCMe miles south
Et-;. i " . v""toitat
..v sn y ,u miles vt Surf r-Tkl. VC. 7 .
tbis SMte the stagisg t, but'
to lest hoars
r route. aitfeisSi t . i.. -
be bat BMy-two i., ,lilM , -WwsW U
The tra. S Jbc, f f " - tkra.-h
-Ue, .Uei" " 1 " P"0' U atxty-av
la a few we. rs tie ifn.i. ..
ex'ead.d to tbe TattahatohH ir " uro "l
.t.ri. " river, etui shjri.nte- .
l. Commercial H,..V. ummbes TJekM or
MISSISSIPPI AND TENN
ON aad alter Moadk.. J-rvT-fP
MAIL TRAIN wm Z2!?Vb:. ies7- THROCG
xcep. -d,) at 7J0 a. sr.. ar,,7.-f Suajy .
Memphi. at I p k. A- u id arrives i
This Tram conuects at Cm. i.k - ..
Co '. Uy line VT". J-P AIexsadeT a.
d Grenada Stagtoe reduced -." Pan-
PBaandGrenaia-tbroBrh in T rt Mrzz-
paaiie 1. ay rely oa this beta- a .K-..!: . Te
to bienada, Caatoo. J.-. ,i iL!"? CB!r ie.tr
osacr. . --.o & raia ,T
. . ' au.M C k . W
Use FREIGHT TRAIN wi'I m.v. ,,.
tfx cepted.) from aad after tT l,rt,- (3-4a,s
"WW. ItwBlbeexrnet. Jauaa.-.
r-aagemeats made to r-. . ,lxa" will ,T
Mbfe Jar the lo. or d ...... ,Bd et be rets-a
Passeagers are rou-sitd la r-V ",thit n
Irtog the cars, and . J?J?,,r, ll"
Bk ir. e-vi sprmeat f extra fa
passearer wm .11 , " H5C &I ehf sied. M.re
"d. and M pe-Mts by tt.l, CT' ' esegage by,alr
ried as baggage that
passTBgevs. . " ' person of tbe
in etwees' kta, the Oair- .- ..
Poflble fr aa a-oast
exceediB- e 1 lc,Tf 1
nm..g the pt tX whiTaVr a,'. S' 6fT W
that they are to travel by HaTL 'WiflUit
arrle.1. 7 "Uroad, or fr m aath
a r ...arees.wftMiM-.it . - - -
So perm tend-
miTM0n,?hiS t0 Jacon, 83 50.
rrom Memphis to Aashviilc, $10 50.
Via JacHson, TVajnesboro and
r-rfAlaW-it" I "T'
tMMe Tm,Jrve2r. nW
e-ae or expense wffl beipl "
Me. The coaches, torse I id dri C0BlMta
Oar Hue cemsectwctlet .i TtUr
Cyine of t PIV
. wV, . xuriii. S
M. C. GAYCE & SOIL
COMMISSION MERfTH Acf5 '
General Agents & Real Estate RrokP
,No. 25;Madiaon Street,
PARTICULAR attentton wul be git ; acTa"
r otyor caiiiry,of Negroes. Bai Bstafe M?r!h
rise, Puralture, Land Scrip, Stittii in Ti-rfl '
mgaod Leasing Pror-rtv' '-?
menu sosMtted Inn all sections UM,3
Re'uralsg oar grateful ackBewierfr.. . .v
Wtruiage h.retore rM. IV '
.elves. bavmgdetermiBed on suli- v,.; "'
manentbeme, to deuo "r,.?'"
Vzzr"T' "hirt?jvM,h. -..
wTe'gire4.;" -j;11"1"' "
ensatiffactn. ' we hi"
MrtHiacri-A.O "irrUiCs R. A n,rV , .
Lamb k Oo.. W. Tf..- it - -'. A: ririr. S.
Graham, Esq., Co.'. R. T.poDr Saaf rtSZlb
p4s; Baldwin k Starr. N T Denises" kZ' k"?
IDC I i-ar liiiisMa rt s. .V rT '
- 1131-3 1
iic-siie, xn on Colors.
employ b s pencil. "'- O
" J Ot Ad I
.....i a. J. B. L. 1SX
N. B. E0REST,
No. Sr Adams-st, Memphis, Ten..
JAwres to can the attention ? purtAasers ST
SH.wulbc,n tbe regalar reee.pt of groe.
rromNorth and South Carolina every mUtatuTs
gro D-t Is oae ef he most amii .. ... r,"
?tsblbnt,ot the tied te ShecS
ht rscnltksn stipi bj --.. . r.
ne-sandco-nfort b-iog .trktiy ohwvM a frcecl
Hi aim Is to fnrenh to a , . " ."IT;
Mkuif. sound aad perfect la hod? and mid ' nV
groes taken on coram isftva.
Jobs B. Ptr-eas. Crctha per-1
seas, aad Mary Prsoas. mi-)
nsrs, heirs ef Ames .Per-1
sons, Accessed, by th-lr ("J-IWTta-petltlen t
next tri-Bd and Gaardiaa. I lT'
PURSUANT te a ieeree tie Clrcnrt Court of 3sl.,
r couaty. is this, cause rendered en t! -
A county, ts this cause rendered en the
January last, I wMfta front ef the efflee of J!
11 , ia the city ef Mem. bis, oa FR1DAT
.f Mirm next, sei. it publi-: aactl. . the'
, the roth Jj
Kribedslsve. vir: ANBBRS0N. a red Li .
. - .
years. Term scasfa. iV
M' L STE1rART CeicxsMiMisUr
Jon!t Hallum. Sol, for Petit fan-re feaflaf
Clerli's Sale of Slaves.
Slfiabeih, Tboi. Saunders
John Saunders Aaron Sinn-
by their next friend, Jhn I
Saunders. j , ."
PURSCANT to a decree ef the Cirtralt Cowtet Sh
county, la this cause rend.-rf ..-.:: VI I
January last. I win U front of the Court House deV. x,
- --.""" or n! uourt Bouse deot. ii
Raleig m SATTRDAT, the 5Ut fcy
SeMtott,hlglieatbWd,'tli9 folVwlni -
March next, I
FILLI3, agtd about 23
jrLlA. " ' 6 .. '
JOE. " " 2
INFANT. 1 - -
Terms One-half cash. .rf- .v., .l.
aontbs credit from day of ssle, with band; sad roc d se
curity, and a Hen retained cn the slaves ustim dif r
red psjment la made.
M D. . STEWART. Clerk and Vaster.
Harris. Sal's for Pst'rs. feb24-St
j. l. &
Q K BASC7 Creme do Boj v Cbatr paras wine.
- H. H. POTTER. Mala strict.
""""cortOpa wonh.m House.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
3. MERRIU .
No. 5 Monroe str at.
ANEW, Tlebt, elegant ond cheap Patent SPRIS3
MATTRESS, for sale by
ep2S-tt Tt. M. GB0STENOR.
A SUPERIOR assortmint ot Pianos and UcMiooi,
X Jast received by
H. M. 0R0STEN0R.
TOTT received, 10,000 Cigars, raaglar la prlea front
J $10 to $10 a thousand, by
IX. . POTTER,
- decic Mala-st., 3 door North Warslaia Hons j.
7Xxo, THui k Oo., Ktw Orleans,