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E'CLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1857.
VOL. VH. -NO". 311.
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MeCLANAnAN. HUTTONft CO.
t,. O. RIVES.
ATT4JRNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
. Tens. OSc: in the rati OSoe RaUdia;.
AW aw;'3 eatrasted to his care win rrceiTf prompt
asd fatthf at attenllen. C-illcetioes promptly mad In the
smrraandtas cosnties of West Tennessee, JIlsaLfSippi and
TVR. SAXDXL GILBERT. Sr., -has retnrned to his old
I J h.stestead sear Meatphlf. and reopened bis IaSraa-
ary, and will remain pennwentiy. Tie treats thaof uIJow
cr Cnroaic Diseases : Cocrs. SeroCala, Wbi e SsfeTlrap,
Tamers and Wens, withoat Sarptcal operations. He also
treats al Chronic Female di-ease., S res of lecgsrandisie.
Tetter, Rheamatism, Syphilis, and aU forms of JtercujiaJ
Br G. deems it ennecessary toaay more, as he has Hv
g witnesses of his success from ilaine to Oregon.
BEXJA3IEV HOTFCOTT, Dentist.
TT iVTVf; TtreTed niTself well tunfaaiice
6g5? Denti.t:y in Memphis 1 respeetfunrMlWt
e paironaire oi au uo a ay or u y
'Tices in tbe Dental lin. and bind myreif to
perform all operations on the Teeth, and insert Artiftdal
Teeth in the most apstored style as well as It can be
done la this or any other eonctry.
OSes en Vain street, opposite Worsham Coasa.
B). W. Af BEE ......IT. M. ACXIEE.
G. TT. & K. 31. ACREE,
DENTISTS, once union Hocr, uosn
strt, between Kaln and Front "Row,
All Dntal Operations performed with
the least passible pain. Diseases of the Alveolar Froeeas
tad Gams treated in the mast skWfnl manner. FnO or
partial Sete of Teeth set on GBtta Fercha or Gold, with
the latest Improvements, and GUARANTIED. 4
y raar-S-ly ,
JAMES M. MIIRPHY,
v Crcnorol Tinnrl gozit.
tttILL attend personatty to tnelocarins of Swamp Land
- af YY Scrip and Warrants la the Jaeksmp-rt awl Helena
':,If6tieli, ssSSni Land aad paying Taxra.
B;Grahaa,MempWs,Tonn.; A. S. Iloey, Little Rock;
R. O. Brlnkley,
KsJ T. Mail. Mis.;
W. H. Falwen,
T. Lane ft; Co , "
.V Trti &. ileerr, "
Aitea Poik, "
O. W. Bard, J-tksoaporl;
J. Norton Co, N. O.; -J.
A. Roasseaa, LaGrange,
W. E. Batls, Lawrencevflae,
Pee. WaisonacksonpF t
J. A. AXOERSOX,
ATTOP.NET AT LAW, MemphU, Tenn. Offlse la
Walker's Baildias, over MansBild'a Drag Store,
Mam street. JanlO-ly
jm. wiw:. HEWITT
XTT I LL PIi-SWw medicine, en the principle thst there is
W sod Van systems, and none all safflcieat. OSce
o.Jrff7rioa.r-t, in tbe Post Offlee BaHdlBg, second
-J&rfre3 tb- Post OsHce. Resid-oe on the corner of
Bota&n&e and Elliott streets.
" Cot. J. B. Stanton. X. Adsras, .Bsq., naywfiod coanty.
'Rev. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. Magin, Payette coasly.
R. 2Somerrl3e. E.. V F. MaflrTfl, Es .Tipton connty.
J. L. Wet, J. B. Ashe, Memphis. .
LJS. TTHITE, O.,
ATE of IMktT-R awBty, having renwved to Mem
pWs.odwlis professional servk-s to the citiiens.
"Oai on Conrt'Sqaare. on, door west of Wallace's Auc
tion, faor !e. Residence on Pontotoc street, .oath side,
between St Patrick ad St. Martin. la"28 U
R. F. LOO.VEY,
ATT0RNETAT LAW. CCS ver C. W. Cherry i
B. C. BROWN,
s rnrtvicv at IW. Marion. Ark., practices
A rWBips, Crittenden, Misslrsinpl, Green. Randolph
Lawreaoe, IndependenoB, Jackson, Fomrett, St. rrantis
J. WICKERS HAM ED. A. REE CHER
tFICKERSKAItl &. BEECHER,
ATTOR.VETS AT LAW, Memphis, Te-nesree. Office,
No 21 J-"-r.n .treet. "'-tf-
SMITH P. BAXIiKEAD,
ATfORNET AT LAW, MempMs, T-nn. Office la tbe
. Post Ofiee Block, over Aydiett &. Oo., third story.
Dr. R. I. I.ASK.I,
- its iT Phldn and Director of several Hospitals
I . i. n,fu)v. n..w of dlAtreat Medical Societies
tQ Sen Tort has located in the city of Memphis, and of
fers his service- to tne pnotic irajeKoa, iv-.,
. u MitLin. in R .iTT. nr.
S3" Oace on Washmston street, between Mam and
t- TlirTrnn50K..W. W. WHEATLET. M. A HIOOS.
Richardson, Triieatley & Kigss
ATTORNETS AT LAW Office on tbe corner of Second
. and Court street;, MemphU, Tenn. ccll-lr
JOHX A. NOOE,
ATTORNET AT LAW. Office In the Post OSce BaHd
. Ins, Meaphfcs, Tena. por21-tf
HASS.EL1I1 & SEARCY,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Wm.T.
Haskell and Robert Srarcy have associated Ihem
j selves together ia the practice cf Law. Office. In the
Walker Block. nv2$m
ATTORNET AT LAW, Covlagtea, Term. All buslno n
entrusted to his cara win receive prompt attentk,.
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., .will practice
la all the Courts of Memphis and the Western Dis
trict of Tennessee. W1. -
t3- Office south of Coart Square, airjolalnr that of the
Ofcatcery Court Clerk. mtiK-lf
DR. THOS. HLELXER,
J ATE of Tuscnmbla vUabama, has located permsaent-,r,M-
nd eOn his services to the public
TtrTaftthe branches of his prof Maion Tie has takes the
. -bnce heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, csmeT or Shelby
and Doion streets, navlng recently made a careful ana
general aeleetica of snrgieai insirumenis, ur. i"t--jer
aH the operations of Surgery. Bsldence ca Shelby
- '(treet, tctweea H-ling and Trcxtvant streets.
. v LPW?pSBA
. TTORNET AT '.AW, Jitmpmi, aagfj.
jjAi sHe of Main street, between Jefferson awLAdams.
Kr.ir7i Hi. uivTf TT.rrls t MeNeiH. J. D.
r . ..iSms, W. S. Miner and Mfies 0w-cniphisJTeanj
.omiifc Co.. Kw Oilcans. Or al4-tf
s-jFTt-r ui X . a wo, w...."vw -a-- .
ENCOURAGE II0ME INDUSTRY.
HUBER & mXRELMAXX,
Main-St., 3d Door helow Union,
ARE prepared to fill all order, la tbe
House Carpentering and arcitare busi
Draa with neatness and dswatch.
Rewiring and Varnishing executed la
tbe best ttjif. we warrant all work done in oar 6 nop.
Uiv. asa,All. feb-4m
J. BOKO. .....t... ..........
J. J. JEXNV
nono & co.,
2 tlOWARD'S ROW, JIEMPHIS, TENS'.
XOTICE "ETV FIRUr.
WE have thla day S6octtnl rMi us Is bonnets Mr.
GEO. W. TROTTER, late of Somtrrtile. Teao. The
styj of oar h . wUl be HANCOCK, CU1RK S. CO.
WeireflW rerr"a'lT Wt from onr palroei a coaiia
satlM of t-!rJr natrun.ge. as we will, at all !, keep a
ars and -reTi Jlttu-d atof k of Groceries and r rod see,
wWch we !H cheap. OaU and eee ns.
HANCOCE i CLARK.
f- MEM rail. Jebntary 1.1S57 KM .
HANCOCK. ...3- a. CLxA....OEO W. TROTTER.
Late Wfllii.Bsea &
Late Aydtett &
Late of Sotuerville.
HAXCOCK, CLARIS. & CO.,
Wholesale ana Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, HOPE, BACON, LARD,
NO. IS FRONT ROW, UEMPH1S, TE'N a
'Importers and .llanHfactErcsiTol
HAVANA & bo'MESTIC
CIGAES KD TQBA6G0.i:
CONSTANTLY on baCa larp askoTtmeBt of the most
favorite brands, aCmw'essJIP'l-.
, A. J. WA-1.T& CO.,
AND DEALERS Iff ALL KIND- Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Sonlheast Corner of Alain cad Union Sts.,
TTATE always on hand a well and caref nUy seleet4
Jtl st.k of articles in their line, which they win en at
the lowest carreat prices.
X3 Orders promptly -lied with dispatch.
CANDEE, MIX.& CO.,
Tzxsxi3.tX3rsr 1st. 1857.
LNeringoar card to the public wo tender onr ao
. knowkdcnsenis, for tbe very liberal palnwage'exte-d-edns
daring tbe pat year, and protnitef-r the fctnre to
favni.b or euttouHT. the LARGRHT, CHEAPEST and
BtiST SELECTED STOCK; O" ennnt in the Soathern
Oar Senior partner Trill b eanetaatly in the Eastern
market, and will keep ns f ally supplied w ith every desira
ble style of
Staple end Pancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Agents for sottc of tbe best brand of DO
MESTICS, OSNABCRGS, &c, which we oer at Factory
c an-eT mix" &Tco.,
IVhoIcsalc and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS & MJl&s
MILL.IXERY GOODS, &C,
Jan3-dawJm 225 MAIX-ST., MEMrniS. TENK.
J. B. SHAEPE,
.Ye. 36 Afdion-Jf., between Front Rowand tlain,
WOULD reapecttauy inform the mercnants or item,
phis and sarronaing country, that he has Ja.t re
turned trosn the cities of Ylrilnia, where he established
a permanent Acency f -r the sale of all grades of Virgin
ia Tobacco, and Intends to kep constantly en hand a
sloes: eiut to tbe drmand, at manufacturers' prices.
Betog tally able to cvapte with the New Totk, BaltL
more, Ctncmnatl and Nrw Orleans markets, be invites
the attention of all dealers la the above article to :is
s lock before purchasing efeewhere.
ortl-d&w t' j ri. oiiaki-r.
- fR MILTON MCKNIGHT, late of nr uneana. aa
iVl beconte associated with us m tie Grocery and Ci.ra
mldn Baioe dating from the Ut Inst The styles!
toe lirra wUl hereafter be GATES. WOOD & MCKNIGHT.
Memphis, Feb. 10, 1357. liATBS s. wwo.
S. X. GATES.. ......A. I m duu
GATES, "WOOD & McKNTGHT,
Gto c evs, I'i'oiuuc
NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHU .
l fiKNTS Haraid Powdor Companv; uouwrs' hum
2. Dkad and Oil Company, St. Louis; for sale of LI
r. M'CANE..............".."r"- WILLIAMS.
McCATTE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to Wheat it Taylor,)
FORIVARDIXG ATXD COMMISSION
Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas,
Af fAc craning of tht Menphit end Utile Rock Rail
road on WMtt River.
THST keep constantly on hand Surar, Coffee, Salt,
vinar Hniac.es. and all other articles usually kept
in a Grocery, which they will s.ll low for cash or ex
chance for H'des, Furs and Peltries, or any other articles
breaaht to the matsei.
13- Goods destined for Little Rock or the ailjacent
couutws. shipped to Duvall's lilacs, wi:i oo lorwarueu
immediately, as there are always wag.as and teams in
readiness to haul to any point.
We are now recening and epenlng oor
CONSISf INGirevery variety of Staple and Fancy Dry
OWU nsually kept In tW msrtet. Superane lllaci
.i miTHoitu. ruimerea. Dueskias. Cloaks. Matiilar,
XMolrasABtiaue, THvst Shawls, t'eUtett style; Ladles'
laTP5aii5r. f a suwrlor qaslity; Craje Shawls, a
saxire'saFox Da.iew.iM.wv. . . , - - - -aia&Sz.
Boots anJ Shoes, Hats, and a variety of irtldee,
Joo nameroas tsawntloo."
AU I ass: IS, "UaC onr, wo? an," a . -stock,
befora making your purchases. I bought en the
very best .terms, and am rtefradnrd that none ss!' un
derail me. I shaU sdept the Cash SvsTEil, ett.pt U
jtanetaal dealers. Aj:,B,I'iB' .
' Na. 277 Vain street,
' cott3-dtwawSm Old Stand of Fernuson & Neill.
J. V. FUrBfI,
Dr-PANTE & CO.,
Lard 0a, Soap and- Candle
141 Main streerj-Ufcmpliis. Tenn.
rr.nrii.i.k.if m.rVeinrices tald for rough and rerHtere!
I P Tiiiow. Lard and Soap Grease. nov2-Jy
JOHN B. B0TT0,
B-O0T AND SHOE
yi A "K 13 F A C 15 IV 1L 1 ,
No. 6G Front How,
SIGNJJF THE BIG S00T
rEKPi! constantly on hand, BOOTS and r6,
SHOES, of hlsownrrke, also of other JSi-l
A..n iwr r.if fi'.iBS. French and Lr'
American Sh"oeFlBdir4r, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va
lises, all of which he wi I srh as cheap as anv 111 ims
mayket. Giro him a call before purchaslns elsewhere.
A. TKBET & CO.,
yUANUFACTDRERS OF ALL KINDS OF
LROAB CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Stxeels,
an12. : aiEaiPlIIS, TENN.
XT' V0LI.lNTINE,IEsq.,hssrm9TOd,hU Law, Office
ri . over the Stere and Oommlstloa.House cf Jowlkes,
llonnt it Co., oaJeBerson street, between thsPost.Olncej
ad lUln street.
GRAHAjVI & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
dec30-daw3in NO. 9 FRONT ROW.
A. M. HOPKINS & CO.,
f Succmort ipPoaeH $ Co.,)
COHETBLSSION I?iEK CHANTS,
A'O. 41 UXIO.V STREET,
sep!7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA. "
a. wild i verkon, )
I). C. WILLIAMS, (
Late t Fanola, IfUs
XT. A. DRTAS,
M. K. BRVAS,
Late of LxG range, Term,
TEBNOff . BRTM & CO.
Cottoa Factors, Commission ni
So. 6 Front Row, oTer Meachcra t Galbralth'a,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storlnj. Shipping ad
SeHlne Cotton. Chines 60 cents per sale.
3" All cotton sent to us win bo corered : Insurance,
unless otherwise lnstnicted. aCS
T. B. XORMEXT,
Cotton W act on
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row.
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on band
...rr. c. snider.
Near Orleans, La.
Tr'AIKER & SXIDER,
C&-tt om Factors
No. 123 Canal Street,
JhlylSawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
S. M. GATES A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON 37ACTOBS, GROCERS,
Produce and Gensral ComRiiSbion
use u c 3S -a- sxr s ,
A'o. 3 Ufu'oH Strttt. betacta naiit crj. Front Row,
A FTSR an active application to bailness, for over
J. el-Ten years, we, for thv Erat time, solicit the pa
tronage; of oar friends in the capacity of Cotton Faciei .
We feci conndent of onr abilitv to please snch as may
confide their bnslness to onr charge. Oar stock of Bag
CiDg, Rop and Gecanil SappiK's will not be excelled In
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only I
made on consignments m store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Prodace, in store, will only be eBected cpoa actual
inktractisne, er when under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be insured while in
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise instructed on
the face of bills lading.
to l! r.cr friends who have so liberally patronised cs
d urine years past, we shall offer tbe same inducements as
heretofore for a continuance f their patronage.
InnlS-dawlr GATES cc tttwu.
WASDLAW HOWARD WSI. T. nOWARD.
W. HOWAliD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS in Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffce, Mr
luet, r.ice, F.our, Lard, Bacon, MackerS. Salt,
London Torter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Gaano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A ;ood
stock now on hand, and fur sale at reasonable prices.
53-Cash advances made on Cottons in store for sale or
shipment. AH Cottons Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Oar Open Policy of Insurance covers sll Cotton con
signed to us by water; also, the risk or Fire while In
store, unless otherwbe instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as we have charged for
y.ars past (If ty cents per bale. lalv20
2EXJ. REID. .... M. REID.
B. REID & BROs,
NO. S5 FRONT SOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LI. Cotton sent to our address Insured, unless Instrnc
Xi tions to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders ailed with care. Store awl Sell Cottsn at fifty
cent, per bale. deeS-tm vl 7
T r. AVDLETT.
, .....J.C. BOTJOHERTY,
T. P. AYDL.ETT & CO.,
SO. GUAVIER-ST., XEYT ORLEANS.
COMMISSION KERCH AA'TS,
NO 23 FROST ROW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash advances on al. C .tt.n or other Pro
dac4 shipped to T. P. Aydl'U It Co., New Orleans.
I. L. BEASLET........C ...A. W.LOTIKO.
BEASL.EY & L.OVIIVG,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Gouorxtl G-r o o o 19 ,
NO. 12 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stockef Rope and BsggiBg always on hand.
Charges flftj cents per bale, all other Produce at
usual raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
T-raitance. All Produce insured, unless otherwise in
structed. augSO dawly
BREWER & CALWELL,
GENERAL CD1I3IISSI05 MEUCIIAXTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
H. OTMiiY M "FCO.,
TJEFKR to J. T. Soatter, Esq., Presldeat Bank of lb
JX Republic. New York; J. K. Ssss, Esq.. PresWen
Bank of Charleston, S. C; Messrs. John Fraser ii Co ,
J. W. Caldwell, Esq., Charleston. S C; Cel. Wm. M.
Ohnrchwell, President Bank of East Tennessee,. Knox,
vine; I. B. K1RTLAND, Esq., and Messrs. FALLS t.
.CASH, Memphis, Tenn. sep27-n
CUDDY, ER0WN & CO.,
35 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
CASn sdvanees made op sll Cottoa or other rrcdooe
consigned as above, -by MILES OWEN.
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
Mosby & Hunt'u New Bloek,
Up Stair5, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
I WILL pay particular attention to filling orders Xei
Groceries, Bagging and Re;, &c.
C )IASOK O
Holly Spi logs, Miss.
C. B0SSE L. C. NOEVELL.
Louisville, Ky. Ripley, Miss.
MASON, DOONE & NOI1VEL.L.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
No. 16lMain-St., Memphis, Term.
BAGGING, Rope, Jeans, Llr.seys, and a general stock
of Flantatioa Supplies constantl on hand.
No. 5 Monroe Street, let. Front Row &Main,
PARTICULAR atiratloa paid to sale and shipment of
Cotton and other Produce
Backing, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished al
lowest market prices. oct28
T. J. DAVIDS0S B. ELLIS A. C. 2LAII1
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIIt,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding anil General
Ao. 219 Main Street, Eatt tide between Jtferton and
Adam:, MemphU, Tenn.
0FE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
JUSTiteclTid, 300 bbls. Smith's superior Pittsburgh
Ale v ,n. H. POTTER, . .
dklST Msln-it, 34 door.North Wonhsm House, .
WALKER & BROTHERS,
No. 79 Front Row,
MANUFACTURERS OF CIiOTiHXG,
ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
Ury Goois, Boots Ss SUocs,
AREJastreclvlngandep-Plng a "'',m!
or Spring and Summer Goofls, to which they call the
rr........ rv.,,r,irr fKrrhinl. and River Tra-
dersT Oar factlitks ate such as to compete wtih any, andsl
lo undsrsell a good many. Please call and s e.
c. r. ar noland a. s. huet
NOfiAM & CO., .
I,ITTI,E ROCK, AUH.
REFER TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen and Cspt.
Charley Church. . ttVl'H,
53- News, Enquirer and Fowlf-s' Express cpy ttl
E. W. KUCKBR,
Surveyor and Dranghtsman,-
0FFERS his services to the pallet and wHl give
prompt attention to any bMws connect fd wn h bis
vocation. He may be found at Ms craco on the writ
side of Main street, south of Union, (Canovan's Build
ing,) No. 31, unless absent r n prjfeaslonal business.
J. E Chad wick, Henry G. Smith,
J M. Frovine, Robertson T?pp,
B B WatfcUU, Philip 11. Thmps-in,
John S. Claybroek. feb5-Iy
" A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-Sr., MEMPHIS,. TENN.
HCHANDLER & CO., .
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Main street, nest doer to Odd FeSovt' BeS.
PURE DRUGS ASD MEDICINES,
C HEMIC AI, Scrgical Instruments, irancy uooo.
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medlciaes. G3rden Seeds, Snuff, Tooarco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
! Every article roio oy us TKnoiru u jrjpnirunw,
. . 1 . . . . . . . n 1 T
sualeci io o iHrfiw.miiny- .
AND LZALER IS
Watches. Clocks, unit .lewciiTj
CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAMS-ST3.,
TAKES this method of informing hisfrlemls,
and tbe public generally, tba: he has moved from
his old stand to the corner of Main and Adamt
'streets, where ho will take pleasure In exbibltlns
a new and ehotceiot of JEWELRY, to those who may
favor him with a call, and will be pleased to execute all
orders for repairs In his line. Ha hopes, by honesty, in
tegrity, and his efforts to please, to gala the confldenn
and liberal patronage of all who may dad It convenient U
visit his establishment.
7 All oraers tor irxii .u v. j
iIiwm promptly attended to.
new and seasonable
UOOD1, at actual colt for caaft.
Ovlnr tn ach.nie in our business, we offer at actual
cost for fas4 and ca$h onff. our entire stock ef Clothing
ami Furnishing Goods As the business must be closed
up, and to do so the stock must bs sold, persons In want
of Goods in our line, wHl and It to ib'lr advantage to
give ns a call. KELLER Jc JOnNSON,
xv J liars. 3 jnarorr Diuifc,
Jsnl-3m 272 Main street,
53" Enquirer copy three months.
THE HAZARD POWDER C0.1IPAM,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IX
TTAV1NG reduced tbelr prices to correspond with th
Xl reduced cwt of Saltpetre, continue to off. r their
well known brands f ELECTRIC INDIAN BIFLE and
KRMTITCKY RIFLE POWDER In kegs and ca -i.ters.
Al, Gun Powder for Blasting and Mining, comprising a
fall ass rlnirai oi qaauues ar.u aious ri-quucu vj iuc
trade, guarantied to give entire satisfaction.
The tt.ind.rd at their Powder, which has now enjoyed the
btghct reputation lor more than twenty-flve years,, will
be found unsarpasHd by any other m.nufacture of tbe
kind in the world.
For sal in this city by GATES & WOOD, Agent, and
at the cJttee of the CompaLy, No..S9 Wall, fcorntr Water
treet New Tork. t A. U. uauuv, rrrsiaeni.
A E. Dovolass, 3c'y
E. BUEATHETT "05LK.
L THOMPSON & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO E. ft. RACINE.)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Vine "Kviuulics, "Wines,
Havana Clg ar s s
ANB THE rlXEST QUAL1TV OF
Assoztod 33 x-uti els,
JEFFERSON STREET, (Brratkett 1st Stoner's BuildlDg,)
Between Mat i ana secona.
JUST RECEIVED Braudie, Henry Mocnle it Ca ,1810;
OKI Casiilion, 13i5; OA Lamonde, 1S30;
Old R icb- Ii, an 1 dllTTent orauuiogs.
Wloes, C'hampacoe and Ciaret ;
Old South aid' Maderia. Topaz Sherry;
Champagne, Flenr de Bonzy, Crlam do;
Cre-cent, Olivier. OH Champertin Bergucdy ;
OM Vieux Caps Sparkling Bergundy ;
Gi.rets, Cbataux Margeaux, Latour Glass Stepper;
-.LiBte, St. Estphe, aud cher brands, too numeroui
to mention. .
SeaTch Ale, Wndon Porttr t
Fancy Groceries, tt, saa feb25-d6nt
S3" nolly Sprlugs DemKratvc1pyJtthrcc months, and
send bill to this ofUce- fdr oSlecflontS
THE undersigned, at prr.-ent representing the boast
of BREWER &. CALDWELL, New Tork, will niakt
liberal Cash Advances on Cotton consigned to them for
sale. Applj at 47 Front Row, cp stairs.
sepZ7-lf V- Al. . liULL.
'JAStS aseortrd Cordials, for sale Ly
n. n. POTrER, Main strrr
Third dr Norlh Worsham H iU-e,
CASES Par Juice Port Wise, for sale b
Hfll POTTER. Main itr.et,
Third door North of Worfbsm House.
1 HA CASES Hostel tor's Bitters, lor sale by
t VI U n. II POTTER, Main stieet.
Third door Norlh of Worfham nouse.
ONE nUNDRRD easeji B oth ttSedgewlck London Cor
dial Gin, la store and for .ale by
H. ii. rorrssii, sain street,
mail r Third door North of Wd sham noase.
THE undersigned having on h 1st Jsnuaiy last as
sociated with n Mr. ROBERT BANKS, under the
stvle of MOORS, IIALSTEAD it CO., are now building
an extensive establishment for the manufacture of
Doors, Sasli, Bllmls. Mouldings,
Turning, Scroll Worlt, &c.
Wahavo also add.-U mschinery for dressing Flooring,
'.feather Bordia?, an 1 every 'kscrlptitn of buikling ma
terial, with all the 'atest impreremnts and icventlens
acaptd to our line or bnslness.
Their A'eur EifaWienf Is cn Seond strrct, lmms-
dlately South of Uoioa, and will be fully undtr way ly
the 16th Marcn next.
Thankful for past favors they respectfully solicit a
continuance of tbe same,
feblS-dawlm MOORE &. nALSTB ID.
...r. n. WILLIAMSON.
and Retail Dealers In
Chiaa,Giass and Earth
enware, French and
German. Vases. Sliver.
Silver Plated, German
Silver and Brltanta
Ware, Fine Table Cut.
ls3 Main Street,
Also Loovlng Glasses,
Looking Gists Plates,
Tea Trays, Parlor
Girandoles, sc., &c
G. B. LOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER,
63 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales ef Clly or Country
Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every description.
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and
Leasing Property, ke.
Storage and Consignments solicited,
navln; engaged the services of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL,
an eM and experienced Auctioneer, late cf Huntsvllle, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
eaKs of every descriptions. Liberal Cash Advances
MADE OM COWIORMEKTS;
..Pj. S. raia.Asent for.Tho AdaatjExpress Ccnpany:.' ,
Motels, tstaiirantg, fc
Comer, of lilain .nd Adams street,
' MEMPHIS, TENN.
3" AHISHoBse is situated In the centre of business, sna
Is now finished and la complete order. The Proprietor
pledges himself it shall not be aurpassed by any House la
the Sontl west.
' Being grateful forth Terr liberal patronage bestcwe
on him for the last two years, ho hopes by a street atten
tion U business to merit a continuance of tbe same.
oc7.tf J. J. WORSHAM, Prbprle'or
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFBRSON 3TS.
TniS esUUishment has jast undergone thorough re
pairs in every department. Rooms newly paraded
and papered; bedding thoroughly renovated; there is net
eyeaa mattress that Is not new or equal to new; carpet
mostly new, ke. In one word the house Is now In de
cidedly better ercerthan It has ever been since it wss
built. Very grateful tor the liberal patronage to the
House since I have occupied It. aad having renewed I wo
leases, one on the House, the other upon my age.l hop
to be able to give more attention than hsretoforo. isrr
determined to make my guests comfortable.
oc7-tf D. COCXRELL, Proprietor
ON UNION STREET.
THE subscriber respectf elly informs his old rrlends and
all the public, that ho has opened a new Restau
rant on Union street, where he Is prepared to furnish
the best vUnds that can be found in the market, served
In the best Parisian styles. Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
aad Fresh Water Fish, Birds la fact, everything suited
to I he finest and most delicate epicurean taste.
Giva ate a coll I have six diSVrent rooms for the ac
commodation of Private Parties. I will not be outdone
In any branch connected with my business.
feb20-tf GUS. DEMPERW0LF.
Corner Main and Jaclsson-sts.,
MTHIS wll known Hotel, having changed hands,
and been iheroughly repaired, and provided with
new Fnrniture.ls now open for the accommoda
tion of Boarders and Travelers.
Ths public may rest assurtd that every exertion will 1
be made ea tbe part cf the Proprietor to recder this
House tecond to none In West Tennessee, navias active
and attentive ttrvants, and a table alwsys f urnishMl with
th best tbe country affords, he eoofllently reHes .upon
giving entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with
their patronage. WM. K. BENNETT.
WORSHAM nOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy CandiC3.
Adams Street, under tlie Wor
KEEP3 constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their cwn Juice, Jell ire,
Preserves, Sardws, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, nne Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Nuts, &c.
ryr rw In connection with this estab-,-S75s
1 &?vlUhmeBt I have ntted up aa Oyster
s3tcp. iey- JiSalooo, and wUl receive FRESH
S P. BRICHETTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BR0.,
297 MAIN STREET,
TTEEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIN
LV and FANCT CANDIES CAKES, fruits. Preserves,
etc., wholesale and retail. We are also prepard to fur
nish parties at the shortest notice
IN connection with this we
our LtDIES' and
EMENS' orSTBR SA-
from 9 o'clock a . to 12
o'clock P.M., and are receiving daring tbe whole season,
FRESn OTSTERS by every sUsmT. We solicit a share
of the tublic patronage. nev2-d6m
. W. ALEXANDER
H. 3. LASSIKO.
N03. 63 AND 65 LOCUST STREET,
fZSn-i-n-t. XjOUOS, IVXO.
R EFERE IfCES.
J. J. Murpby, Memphis ; Cook k. Co., Memphis ;
Bamett t Walker Todd it Goyer, "
Charles Pottei, ' 1 eb5 6m
JAMES LOW & CO.,
418 Main Street, Louisville. Ky.,
. RE now receiving their Stock of Dry Goods for the
A coming Spring Sales, to which they lavlte the attrn
tln of dealer's. Their purchases of Amerlcaa domestic
goods have been made under the most fsvorable circum
stances, for ca-h, befere the advance, which will ena
ble them lo ofpr inducements In the purchase of these
goods net to be surpassed by any dry goods concern ir
the United States.
W natter ourselves to be able to sell Domestic Goodt
fully as low as they can, at present, be purchasrd irom
th" Dry Goods Commission Houses in the Eastern mar
kets. We witl have on hand of our own direct Importa
tion from Europe, a large and welt-selected stock or Jac
onets. Swl.s Molls, Nainsook, Mu tins. Cambric, Linen.
Cambric, Handkerchlels. Hosiery, Gloves, English Biact
Biatk and White, and Black and Gray Friuts, French
PJatrrlnts, English 4-4ths. Purple and Chocolate Print,
toptber with a fnll assortment of (ioods suitable for
men's wear Examine our stock before making jour pnr
chases, and you will find that we have made no stale
meats that we aro not folly able to make gucd feb7-d2ai
KRADY & DAV1ES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ulaui Street, Louisville, li.y.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rcpe, Bag
ging. Jeans, Lin.eys, Jic Jan23-ly
A. O. SMITH. ...B. '. OCTIIItIE....QEO. J. ROWLAND.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND A 0 EXT J TOR THE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
So. 50t Main Street, between Second and Third,
jsnl3-lr LOUISVILLE. KT.
J. IB. ITIcFADDEV & CO.,
(LATE TRtrLETT, at'rADDIH i. CO.,)
No. 2S Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, n-mp. Provisions, Flour,
Grain, &c, solicited and promptly executed.
C. 1. HARVEV...... ...R. S. IIARVET.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
will be given to the Sale or
Forwarding of Goods
Produce consigned to. our'
232jtSr address. We will contract Freight on the
above far re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience la our market
la the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
R TITER TO 1ooE at .. J. u. uiimng at Iiro , peea
St Strange, Hsnnah it Shanks. d-cl2-ly
I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP ALL HINDS, .
47? Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
H. riTZOERALD...CHAS. C. BILL. J. W00DW0RTH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Successors to Park, Sintpton 4- Co.,)
Grocers, Produce iicalerss
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Pront Bow, Memphis,
C. C. MAYDWELL'S
OPPOSITE POST OPFICE,
WHERE can be found aU description of Grave Work,
which will be furnished as cheap as It can be got
In any market West. Also, Building Woik dona at abort
It Is to th Interest of all persons wintlngsnch work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead of purchas
ing from Agents, as the Msnulactors hava to add I the
twenty per cent, that Is psld Agents to Ihe work sold by
tnem. southerners, loek to your interest.
de3-daw6m 0. C. MATDWELL.
MrjKTCE PIES !
ERESn and hot MINCE PIES are to be had everyday
t Spccllt'B, on Maf-isoa street, and
families served regularly, on the shortest c.tlce, with a
superior article. ,.
53 Parties furnished w'th. Cakes, Cenrcctlsns, Wines,
&ca on" the shortest notice, and la bpECHT'S usual good
style. Give him a call.- . :. ,..;.; ,aov27-dtf
j plantation guplics, tt.
Received This Day, and for Sale.
Inn HBLS. Superfine Flour;
UU 100 bbls. Extra FamHy Flour ;
150 " Fancy imnels "
60 ' T Harrison's "
80 " Caps Jassamln "
1C0 krgs No. 1 L-af Lard;
S casks new Bacon Hams ;
250 boxes, half and quarter boxes Candles;
100 boxes Western Reserve Chees ;
200 bsgs CeSfee, Rio, Lsgulra, St. Jago aad
110 hhds Sugars;
SO bbls Crushed Sugars ;
15 bbls Powdered Sagais;
5 bbls CSVe Sugars ;
60 bbls and 60 half barrels Mslstses I
200 bbls aad half bbls Belter's Whisky J
300 kegs best Eastern NaKs
Plaster Paris, Cement, Lime, Soda and Bitt- Crack
ers, Champagne Wtoej and CUer, Pickles, CaUopt,
Sauces, Baltimore Oysters, Lobsters, Tobacco. Clears,
Matches, B corns, Buckets. Tubs and everything kept In
a Grocery House, all cf which we will ,ell, wholesale or
retail, cheap, to the trade.
HANCOCK, CLARK it CO.,
frWJ NoL 1 6 Front Row, Memphis.
1r( BBLS. Harrison's Ex raFoar;
Jl 60 bbls. and 50 half IMs. Mack rel;
20 drums Codasb, 60 kits Mackerel, Noi. 1 ard 2:
10 casks Hams. 10 casks Sides ;
60 casks Byass' London Porter;
100 bexes Hos'.etlrr's Bitters ;
60 " White Wine, 60 Doxe, Claret;
10 casks Claret, 100 box a Star Candies;
100 bags Coffee. 25 dcxen Brooms; j
10 bbls. Roll Butttr, 50 gross Garret's Snuff;
20 cases Sardines, 6 buses Cbeeie;
6VJ bMs and 60 half bbta Dexters Whl.ky ;
75bbls narrls Ale.lOObbls Whbky;
60 boxes Lemon Syrup. 60 bixes Pickles ;
60 ' Soda Crackers, 60 bMaPle-Nls Crackers;
CO " Pl Fruit, 60 boxes Raisins;
60 dnea Oysters, 50 doia Washboards ;
10 bbls Crar berries, 60 dosen Bed Cords. j
ALSO, Oranzes, Lemons, Coooaauts, figs. Tobacco,
sugar, jaoiaases, ac ior sale lir
J. V FRANK,
.o. 3S Frr-!t Bow.
S. B. WILLIAMSON,
(Succetto to IV'iUiasuon Hancock.)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars &c.
NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
ST nEBLSMe.s Polij
9J U60 keg No. 1 Leaf Lard ;
25 tierces Sssar-Cured Kasia;
20 kegs Shot, assart d kfces J
100 bt-H Whisky.
All of which we will seH cheap fcx cash at K. 19
Front Row, Memphis.
Jnlyl S. B. WILLIAMSON".
TnK subscribers keep on hand the f oUowlng artleles,
which they warrant to be of first quality, aBd for
selow for cash;
' Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver &t Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins;
Wagons, Northern andSoatheramsnufaature;
Bacon, hog-round ;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco ;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead ;
Brandies aad Wises, superior article ;
Lime, Cement aad Plaster Paris ;
Together with a gtneral assortment of aH arttetes ea
sily kept In aGiocery stere.
GWTNMB k GIBSON,
July! Nas. 1 aad 2 Eschanaa BaiMsac.
EMPORIUM OP FASHION,
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
and Mantilla EstaDlisiinnnt,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are now receiving and opening one of
the largest and mbstmagniacrat stocks of
French Millinery aad Fancy Dry Goods
et.r brought to this oity. Also, a very select assort
meat of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new, Silks, Cash
meres, Marenos, DeLalnrs, aad a large variety of ail
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aarticular attention ta onr Millinery Depart
ment, consisting of Chenille, Moss and Uncat Velvet,
Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets ; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, (5,000
worth of fine French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and G impure Laces; all styles of
Embroidered, Velvet and Clotli
Ladles' Ooth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Dresses, Ladles' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress,
es, ke., ke.
N. B. Embroidering and Stamping done. Cloaks anf
Dresses made to order la a few hours at cheapest prices
Ladies, please call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl N. STII.LMAN it CO.
paint rws- J rubbers
ETCBIAVARISE & BRO.,
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the J2U
Horn Lake Road, have on band a fine as-rgB
sortment of SHRUBBERT. In every te-rSP
partment, cucsltting la part of
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apvicols, jSeeta. vines, &c.
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rtxba b and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft o' or
der on a respectable merchant at MemphU, wilt be punc
tualy attended to, asd all Plants guarantied to order
and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens la town
or country, at the sh.rtest notice.
f.b20-2m KTCnAVARNK it BRO.
FORMERLY of the flnaef Mooasy i.
iipi Green, would respectf nliy say t hisoWj
rrienus sou cubwuices iu.. i.d o hu
the old stand, with a good supply of Fruit
iTers, consisting of
Also, R-spberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, ta va
rieties, with a good supply cf Evergreens, Green House
Plant., Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied wit draft cr order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be pancta-U'T
attended to. and all plants guarantl'dte ordsr and de
livered any pai t of tbe city, free or charge
Nursery oa Main street. South Memphis.
octli- '3m ' Receiver cf Moeoey k Green .
TO HORTICULTURISTS ANL' PLANTERS.
I would respectfully remind the citizens
of Memphis and su-rcundlsg country that
ttie seson for transplanting Fruit asd Or
Lr mtal is fastappreschlBg. Great
additions have been made in every depart-
meui, more partlcular'y amoi s rruits. A more 'elect
and varleil coHectloa has never b-rn o"rd fur sale in
the Soutkwest, consisting ta pan of oter coe hundred
Catawba, Isabella, Ohl, Sccppernong, CalUornla, etc.
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc.; English Walnuts aad Filberts, Texas
Pecans, Chesnuts, etc., etc.
Green-bouse plants, Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are
rinrlT 2.000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a aitloa 10 tne aoovc, a am uu , a taibc hi
of Bulbs, of all kinds. In conseqnenee cf having to
move most of my stock on hand, I will sell it very low.
Purchasers may rely on everything being what it Is
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the
Rillrosd Debet, or addressing
ocll-d6n S. M. WHEATON.
p. s. During my absence from the city, al. orders will
meet with prompt attention if left at the store or J.
Wlldberger. S. M. W.
THE partnership of Smlthwlck, Wray it Co. was dis
solved on the 10th last., by the withdrawal of A.
J. R. WRAT aad A. W. SMITn will ccallnue the bus!
aesa at the old stand, uader the name and style of J. R
WRAT it CO The books of the old Una will renal'
with J. R. Wray it Co., who are ready to settle all out
standing claims. Those owiny Smlthwlck, Wray it Co.
will please pay as soon as convenient.
A. A. SMITHWICK,
J R. WRAT.
A. W SMITH.
Memphis, Feb. 24, 1857. feb2-3w
rpHE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory cn
L Second street, between Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
u.ir Carriages at the shortest notice. All work donebv
them will be guarantied, and a share of public patronage
L.SBHRR it CO,-
Bagginc, Bale Rope and Twine,
LI UUAAi4fi4 va WssUU eVAsl HJif AiC UJ
' B.. MERRILL,
octl? Monroe street,
MISSISSIPPI & TENNESSEE RAILROAD
MORNING TRAIN FROM COMO
IT' COM and alter TUESDAT. March lOth. 1867. aatil
I? lurther notice, the Fretibt jod AecoSBaafjUieaTratiiH
wm make daHy trips (Sundays .xceptrd ) leaving Come
atTtSOA. it, and arnviag at ManphU at 12 M. Re-
tarntag, leaves Memphis at 2:30 r. M . asd arrives at
Coma at 7 r. it. The regular Matt Train wM ren as
heretofore, leaving MempatTat 7.30 AM., aad returning
1 r a. .11
MarlO E. M. PATRICK. Sap't.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
By lV.iiAvoail li:oiu Cairo 1
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Hoars, vithout Break
J iruoje or .aange oj VMrt or Baggage.
BRANCH FROM CENTRtLlA 13 NOW FINISHED.
Thus sniirieoingtheume to s.xteen hoars to Chicago.
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
leaving the aaats Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New Tosk. Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change er Cars from
Calm to Niagara, aad three irom, Uairw to Albany, aad
four from Cairo to New Triv Ttae from Cairo to Nrw
Tork, fotty-Btee hours. FaratawvaBd oomtert great
er, than, by any other nsotswgaucngau throasa are
NOT saMeeted to the defayi consequent to the freaneat
caaagM by short riB-s of Kailroada through Indiana asd
Ohio, to the Bast aad North.
A toe. coaBeettnz at CMeage wrtn Msnigaa Soathern
Ttaans, for Cteveiaad, Daakuk, aad the Bast, wsth Lake
a re galiroaa aad bteasaers for Kactne, Milwaukee,
Seeaorgaa, ke., and wHb a sptrulid Line ef First Class
StoasMts for Saait St Marw, Iike Superior, CoHtag
weed, Toronto, kt.
'rates leave Cairo Every Morning aad Eveninc as fol
6.-05 A. M.. Chicago and Doaterlh Exmess. Sand.v.
This Train connects at Chicago with New York TJzht-
nin Kxprns, ovct M tchisaa Umlrai, Ortat Western aad
New Tork Central Railroad., through to liirty-oue bears.
This Train al.-o '.oaMci. at Sandoval with (V.to .ml
Manusippi Kailrnad tor St. Lonis and Viacennes; at
Pana. with Trains f Ism Tfcrra Haute, Alton aad Si.
LoaX Railroad, see IadUaapelis, LoassvWe and ObKin
oaU; at Decatar, with Masa Line Express tar Galena
Danleith; the latter connecting with Trains to Sprats
Held, Naples, Rvcklstaad, BarnsHclea aad Qataay.
6.10 r. ii., N-w Tork Hipee-s, Saturdays excepted.
Stepping oeiy at tmeertaat Stat Ions, except on Signal,
ouuiectiag with Main Line llay Xvpresu fsoa. Dwatsrt.
Fasears for the Upper Msssisstppt, W Ossi at Ds
ielth, steaaKTs of the Doaleith and MianeieU Packet
Company, ready o 'eave on the arrival cf either Cairo
Train for Le UroMe, Redwing, St. Paul, ite. Baseeni; -r,
for JanesvUV , and Central and Eastersi WiietBim, coa
nectat Freepori with Trains to Beiclt and JanesvUV, usl
f r thenee to M urban aad Central aad Bastera WVs
eontia. The Maps aad Charts indicating the Great Ceat-al
Rovte tthe North and Sasture anexact traaearrptof
Cettcr.'s Map of tbe United States, ard passengers are
reqeeeted to examine this rente a weft the rsiniag
tUae cant, of the esssnecttaa: U.jkJ-, d .isdae for thea
sejves as to the r. rroctacse X th above sutements. The
openiBgof tbe Illinois Central Rairraad from Cairo ta
Chicago, and thus foresing a speedy and direct raeaas of
asramaaseatsea between tbe Upper Laaes and Htvers, and
the Lower MiuhMiapt, affords to the pieseare traveler,
a. well as the bueiBess snaa, attractaoaa and faalttses
tor reaching the North and Ba't, which surpass thee of
any other rente whatever. Th- aeeosnntodatlons tar
nished by the Company for Ihe convenience of the trav
eling public, the permanency ef the road aad structure,
the strength and elegance ef the Engines and Cars, com
mend tttemselTrs to those who desire in traveling tpetd,
comfvrl and eaftty.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege
ef laying over at any potat, can be had at Memphis,
Cairo, aad at the principal Rallioad Offices na the line.
WILLIAM MORIN. Agent,
Junt-lr Memphis, Teas.
O" OnVse. No. 15 JeflVrson street.
aftmW MO UTS
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
M 1 I JL M O $ JB .
03e333ST TO BTTH.3MS!
ON and after March 10. 1867, Til HOI OH MAIL TRAIN'
will leave Memphis, DAILY, al 7.00 AM., arriving
at Burns at 2:25 r. 31.J at Soaie-vilte at 1O0O a it
Returning Leaves Burns at ll:t a. M. ; SomerviEe,
3:00 p.m. Arrives atMemphis at 100 p.m.
Thi. Tram connects at Ba.as with a doable DsHy
Line of first class Post Coaches to the terminus of the
Eastern Division of the Memphis aad Charleston Rail
road. Thence by Railway direct, and connections sart
with all Bastera cities.
Staging reduced to aeeatfwafe stKes. The Road wilt
b eailrrlr cuaspteted by the artt ef April.
THROUGH TICKETS sesd to the lotto wing points :
This Train also connecto wlih tbe Mtsskslppt Centra!
Railroad to Holly Spriasjs, Oxford, Grenada, Canton,
Jackson, ke., ke.
Also ceeeets at Grind Jaactten Station with Tennes
see Central Railroad to Bolivar. Jaekson, Huntingdon
and other places.
Ataecoaaects at Pocahontas with Trt-Weekly Line of
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus,
IUKOUGII TO NASH VI LLE IX 3d UOUHS,
VlatheMempblsaadOhariealen. Nashvme and Chatta
nooga Radroale only 1 V. raises of Staging, against
r3 ry any other route.
Tne ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN runs dally (ex
cept Sucdayi) betweea Memphis aad the Junction with
tbe Mississippi Central Railroad:
Leaves Junction 7.00 a.m.; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 p.m.; arrives at the juactioa
6:00 p. M.
Freight Trains le ve Memphis for Pocahontas DAILT
at 7 A.M. Doors dose at s p. M.
Through Tickets only, oc the above Rentes, can be ob
tained al the CotamercUl Hotel, as well as Information
connected with tbe Rod.
Passengers are reqaested to purchase Tickets befere en
tering the cars, aad save payment of extra fare.
Bsggage checked to all stations on the RaJroad, aad
no Baggage will be received without being checked.
Each passenger win be allowed seventy-five pounds of
baggage by Railroad, and sixty ponado by Stage; but no
article will be carried as baggage that is not incident to
the person of the passenger. In case of less the Com
pany will boh! Uteaueives responsible for an amount not
Negroes, when traveling ahme, mast have a permit, na
ming tbe point to which they are to go, and specifying
that they are te travel by raHroad, or they wtfl not be
carried. No ticket will be sold fhem, nor will they be re
ceived on the ca s, unless tbelr owner or agent be present
or known to the : icket Agent and Conductor, or ether
person to vouch f.r genuineness of permit.
sep2I Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Tfasliington, New
York, Pliiladclpliia, &c.
Direct Through Line for the East!
Baltimore ami Olilo
R AILR 0 AD .
rpHIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore (37
X miic-) aud to rasnmgtoD, (SiAi miles,) and preotutt
the fullest a4vanagcs both as a freight aad passenges
line. It runs through wild ar-l romantic regio 's of tht
Ade;bemrs; and being solidJy constructed, completel
equipped and can-fnlly managed, is one of the n'ost at
tractive and safest RaOrotds iu tbe United States. Th
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus aad Zaaeavflle U
Wheeling, anitek .ui read with all portions or the West
The osli- Tnnoran Tickets ihom Memphis,
Louisville and St. Locis to the National Me
tropolis, are sold by this road, which rans direct U
Washington without the aeiay oc passing through Balti
more. Itisalsoiccoaiyiiaa By which, bazxagecaaee
cn. .ed t: Washington from the Ohio river.
Jj-Uy tie MAIL ROCTE from Memphis, take the mail
stea&teri. maaragdtuly for I-Mlsj-rne, connecting there
with mail steamer, ur JeffersuavBle Railroad for Cincin-
naii, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars oi
Little Miami KaBioad for CoHimbus. cooneetsg then
with Central Ohio Radroad, through Newark and Zause
viue, to Weeding. By the express train of tins route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore aad to Washington
U less than 27 hoars.
7B sura to ask for ticks ts by the Baltimore aad Ohio
3ra5seagers Lorn Memphis golag East through St
Loots, can bay Through Tickets by Ihe Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. This route lays thraughViaceaaes, Terra Haute,
Indianapolis, etc, to Wheeling, over the new Ohio ana
Mississippi ana conunccunz uasas. These connections
are all direct, and the time from, St. Louis to Baltlmon
or Washington Is but about 43 hours. Threagh Tickeu
by this mute may be had of the Agent, under the Plan
ter's House, at the following rates ; From St. Louis to
Baltimore $25; to Washington $2S.
At w a erring tne passcsr taxes xce superior cars oi
the Baltimore and Ohio Ran road, which leave three timet
dally for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia aad New
Totk. Through in IS or 17 hours, including stoppages.
For safety, speed, regnlartty, beauty of ihe country, and
general comfort, this road is second to none ia the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment of any Radroad in the United States, aad it
prepared to oo aa immense Dusraess in transportation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves aad
in the streets ot Baltimore with, the Railroad to Philadel
phia aad New Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and Balti
moue Steamsuip Lines, by Canal and Sea to New
Tork. and by new Merchants' and juners Line to Boston,
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, itc. For
particulars, see freight tariff, copies of which may be has
of the Forwarding Houses la the West, or of J. B. Fo BJ,
Receiving aad Forwarding Agent at wheeling.
WM. S. WUODSIDB,
Master of. Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLETTK,
) 325-1 y Agent. 61 Front Rjw.Memphls.
Pstlllta to divide land. Ia Conn-
Court of Shelby county.
James T. Stewart,
TN this cause It actwariag that J. T. Stewart, ineae-
JL fendaat, is a non-resl4ent of this State, It is ordered
that the Clerk or this Court make pabHcatl.n In the
Memphis Appeal, newspaper, reqalrlig th sihlJ.'T.
S'.ewart to make his appeatance at the sestHerm of thU,
Ltourt, te oe.ueta on.tnc urst jiouuaj m .uw
pltadf answer, or demur ta tbe jetltioaln' this be ball
flhd, or Ihe ssmewtll leitaieu or confessed'' as to him,
'anaetfor.neari3grx-pos v. mm
' raar5-tli? JOHXiP. TREZEANr, CIerk.ti
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN-
OPEN trosa Junclwn wlih Memphis and Cbar'.r.-c
Railroad to Tooae's -Siailoa, eight miles North of
Bolivar, aad eighteen. mite. Suth of Jackson, Tena.
Leaves Bolivar DAILY (Suadaysexcepted) at :!;
Arrives at Junction at S:30,
Censecilng wtih 7 A M TiamintoMeapbia.
Rt-tarmag, leaves Janet ioa at 10 a. a., or ta arrlva ef
Man Tram fr.ni Memphis, arriving al Teene's SU'lei at
12jep.M.;caaaeaIcgat that point wsrh Wvlv's lint a
Coaches for Jackson and Nashville, via Hsatingtca. ai
with Norwood's line of Coaches to Jatksoa and Nisbr....
Lexlngren, Oliiten, WayBeSb.ro, Mt Pleasant, Co
lumtu. at.d from Spring HiU fr the Tennessee asd A
basu Railroad Also, with R. E. Smith's line it Ac
La ve. Twwe's Slatia daHr (3adays exeeptedl at 1 43
P U , connecting at Grand JancrUa with Mall Trau.,
arriving at Memphis at 7:45 r. ir.
Itetoraiax. leaves Grand Jnnctlfla. arrival of Aocem
modatlon Trsin fron Memphis, at :45p. M , arriving at
Passrrgers for any of he above named sclats br lhl
route' wht have less Slajhig than ky any oth-r.
it P. NEELT. Sup't
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
TUK0CGU TICKETS TO GRENADA.
Fare IteCLuccO. to G SO,
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING te- mdes south ef Belly Springs, kav
only sixty si. mile of Stagtog the ehatt. m
peasant, and qakesLxeate by f.om f. ur t tn Loon
Oa this loule the staxsar is hat en nsoe farther th..
oa the Panota route, although the latter Is represent x. :
be bat flfty-tws miles staging aad Srteen hos. a ihroBit
The tree di.taace over t e Panola rente la stxty-cv
In a few weeks the Mississippi O steal Bal'resdWii: b.
exteadVd to the T.lta: atchte r.ver, still sho.tea.Eg th.
stagmsr seven mile, less Trav iers wiii look to tLe.
eoafortaad peekrt. Awotd to the wise U seSJcient
E3" For Tickets or iniormatioa apl, to SIMS It CO -tavats,
at the Railroad, Stage and Omnia ca Tick, t 0
ace, Comoacrcial Hotel feb24-'
MISSISSIPPI AND EJrajBSSE?:""
Open to Como.
ON and after MoadaT, Jaaaary 12th, MS7, THROCG'
MAIL TRAIN iave Memphis rfaliy (SuneVi
excepted,) at 7:3d A. k., arming atCoesa at I6 a ji
KMarniDg. leaves Coura at. 10:3O a. U , aad arris rs a
MempbU at I p. sr.
lm Train ceu..is at Com with j p McAlexandrr
Co.'. daily line of Fi.-st Class Pst Coaches foe Pasw rn
andGreaada Staging redGced te42 mUc, bitweea Mem
phis and Grenat-a threagh in 15 hears. The lra-ei;r
par-He a-av rely os this being a shorter and cheaper rocf
to Gtenada, Canton, Jackson aad Ttchabnrg than any
The FREIGHT TRAIN wtfj sake dally trips, (Suada.s
exetpted,) from aad alter Meaday, the 19th ef Jataa-s
toOoaH. It will be expected that cmsig3e.s wm Imr
i.r.agemens made to receive their goods at the static
on arrival, as the Uuapany base oaty teaporxry arrante
re ": feelghts, and wsu , be respen
sWafac the less or damage to the same at that sU'.io
Paseeagers are reqnested to panh.se tickets before
eatesing the ears, and save payment .r extra fare
Baggage checked to all stations oa the RaHread' asd no
baggage will be receiv.d wiihout being eheekedl E.cn
passenger wa, be akawed H3 rads of baggage by Sal
read, and 00 pounds by stage, bat a. astute wm te cr
rted as ba;a;e that i not Incident to the person of th
paeseaaefs. In case of lees, the Ccmpary wiu hold themselves re
spoasiMe fsraa amount not exceedtsg J50
J3"Negrees, when traveling atone, mast have a cerm'i
naming the point to which they are to go, aad specifying
thit they are to travel by Railroad, er they wmnolb
rxia 2- PATRICK.
Prom Memphis to Jack3on, 83 60.
From Memphis to Nashville, $I0 50.
Via Jackson, Wayneshoro and
CONNECTING near Brownsville with the Meaph s
and Ohio Railroad and at Thompson with thTe
aes.ee and Alabama Railroad. This Is the ch'apes: r '
to Middle Teaaetsee, and travelers are as SB red that's
pains or expense wilt be spaied to render them comforts
Me. The coaches, horses and drivers are superior
Onr line cecnects at Jackson with J W. Norwood St
Go's tine of tour horse post coaches to Nashville
J"1' NORWOOD X FORTUNE
M. C. GAYGE & SON,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, "
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 25 .'Madison Street,
PARTICULAR attention wm be glvea.'o aK sales in ,
cMyorasaatry, of Negroes. Rul Estate, Mntau
else, FatnHare, Land Scrip, Stock, ke All kinds Sec
ibs and LrastBg Property, etc. Storage and Consig -meats
sesKtted from all sects as.
Re-asasogoargratofat acknowledgments far ths re r
liberal patruasge hretofr received, we new pledge t;
selves, havteig determined oa making Mrmphia our pet
maneat heme, to doable our diiige.ee If pesslbls, -think
with twenty years experience tn she frodr the & t
et ven ia Memphis, we oaht to be graduates, ana ;
coafldent we can gi.e, as we thlak we have dc
Rri ERE.tcEs A O .Harris k Co.. R. A. Parker, S. I
Lamh it Co , W. Howard, H. P. Faraswerla it Te . G.
Flaeerty it Bro , I. B. Kirtland, R. C RinkHy. E, J
Graham, Esq., Oau. R. Tepp, Dr. Sam. Gilbert, Mea
pbls; Baldwin &t Starr, N. T Drnlsoa k Son, W.l
Bruce k Co., CiuciaaaU; Wos. T. Read. Esq., S. Cass -dy,
Loafsville; Messrs Duncan, Rawliegs. B. F Stiel s
k Co., Thea. B. Winston, New Orleans j R. M. Sptcer .x
Life-Size, in OH Colors.
HAS opened bis STUDIO in Clark's Marble Build f,
wh-re he will be pleased to see these that wist s
empevy h.s pencil.
J3 Portraits also related from Dagaerreetypes s. a
TAKEN up at my hose. one BAT HOS.-f.
-left hind toot white. Had en new saddle t d
-bri ".e. Inquire of K. J B. L. WINN.
JanI7-ti ,. 121 Malnt
N. B. FOREST,
lAliEll IX SLilYES,
No. ST Adams-st, Memphis, Ten j
HAS Just rteelvtd from Netth Oarollra, ,
Tj. twenty five likely young negroes, to which bellO
52; desires to call the attention of purchaser.
"w will be la the regular receipt of n.?m T
from North aad Seath Careriaa every moath. His N
gro Dvp4t is oae ef .he most complete asd cemmodto s
establishment, of the kind in theSaBthern count: v. a
b:i regulations exact and sysLnwCc, OaBltsess, ne
ness and oo-nfert beiag strictly observed asd enforced
(I J aim is to famish ta csstoo-ers A. 1 ssrvanta arid
Held hands, sound anu perfect la body aad m. d. N
gross taken en cosratsston. an2
Clerli's Sale of Slave.
John B. Pirioas, Cyatha Fer-V
seas, sad Mary Persons, ml-1
acrs, heirs of Ames fvr
son., deeased, by their
next friend aad Gaardsaa,
psrte petlHan t . Cu
StarkT Reddit. I
PURSUANT to a decree or the Ciccait- Coa-rt of Sttl
cermly. Is this came rendered in the 31at . -
January last, I wiB la front of the eftler-efJeslal Ir . .
Esq.. in tbe city of Mem his. en. FRIDAT. the?0tb 1 v
ef Marcn next, sell at paMtc a net Sea the leHew u n
scribed slave, vu : ANDBRSON, aged abeat sevezt :n
years. Terms case
M. D L. STEWART O ei acd Mssto: ,
Jons HALLUsr. Sal for Fetitreaer. fet24w3t
Clerk's Sale of Slaves.
Wm Manning aad Wife, Ma y"
Elisabeth, Taos, sauauers, I
John Saunders Aaroa Sana- I
ders. Tennessee Saunders, Sx-narto Petltksi
James B Saunders. m.nors, I sen Slaves for dlvialou.
by their next friend, John I
PURSUANT to a decree of th Circuit Cenrt ef SB
county. In this cause rendered on the Jlst ! r
January las:. I wUl la front of the Court House deot
the town of uaieiga ea aATURDAT the 21st ear
March next, seH to ths alxkest bidder, the fotlawla dr
scribed slaves, to-wtt :
Fi LLIS, aged about 23 years, aad hsr chBdroa.
JULIA. " " 6 "
JOE, " " 2 '
TEHMS One-half cash, aad" the rasldus an w- r-
mecths credit frem dav of sale, with bead, and go 1
curlty, and a lien tetalaed n the slaves until tie Oar C
red paymeat Is made.
at D. L. STEWART. Clerk and Mister.
J. L. k . Haiixis. Sol's for Pal'rs. feb21-w3t
0 ft BASKETS Creme de Bjusy Champagne Wine.
A) O H. H. POTTER. Mala street,
f ebl9 Third dcor North Worshsm House.
Choice Irish Potatoes.
1 OA SACKS for sale by
IJGU B. MERRILL,
oct28 No. 5 Monroe strret.
A NSW, llzht, elegant oad cheap Patent 3PRJ
XJl ai ai iiifcsa, lor sale Dy
IT. M. GR03TEN0R.
A SUPERIOR assertm.at ef Pianos ana Meled ssj,
JL j asi receivew oj
tp28-tf H". St. GR03VZN0X.
'TTJTT received, lgo.OOO 'Cigars, rojiaglal prtea fraM
J. 10to$10 a thor:tand,br .. fcj isi
H. H, POTTER,
j declS - Jfato-st.,J toorNortoWorstamHou