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daily . ; ' APPEi ir
'JY M'CLAJSAHAN, HUTTOIS & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1857.
VOL. OTI. NO. 3.
, ' T,
T IBLISHKD DAILT, TBI-WEKKLTAND WEKKLT, BT
JKO. R. m'cLANAHAN, LEOiNIDAS TROUSDALE,
WM. a. HUTTON, BLKJAMIN F. Dili,
wnni im: mnx aso raui or
M7CLAITAHAK, HUTTON & CO.,
Te whom all Letter ox Eujixess, or otheb-
WttS, SHOULD BE ADDRESSED.
" PRIClToF STJBSCRIPTIOX.
DaVy, In advance, per annum.. ............... ...$10 09
Trl-WUy, " " " 5 00
Q- The Weekly paper win be famished anbs of Ten
aad ipnHi at $5 60 each ; payable lBTJbly ie a
aace. and evtry Clob to be ule tip at one offlst.
E- An oM aabscriber and a new oae wltt tw taken to
gether at $2 SO each.
J3 Ifi no cafe will th paper br; Met to new subscri
ber, asks the order far the tame Is attended with the
AM Daily sabMxirtlons wfflV cc-stOejed dec a15
pajaMe ha'f-jearty la advance.
,3-ThtIrsetas terras wfll be ftcktlj and rfciety
DI RATES FOR ADVERTISING.
Adopted, bg the Appeal end Eagle and Bnfutrcr.
Far en eaiare of ten Hnes or less, one Insertion. ..$1 00
.far each adOHlecat insertion ei aame.
CJ" Oacwinare. reoevable vettly, per annam, $10 H) 1
MM MM MM . 1 T 11 . ' Ol Art
XT" Two sqaares, renewable weeSlj. per annnra, 60 80
" " twice aweek. 0 00
J3 An adTertlseraents reqoired to be kept on second
pace, charged as hew each DAT, and on third par,
an adranre erer stated rate .
X3 Adrertlsenents directed to be diipiiyed, or sot in
larce tjpe, ebarged double rate.
- XS- TsalJ advertisers wi I be cirBr3 extra for eeca
PHBK space over osotrsct, and wbeo laeoe tvpe k re
Qtcred to b nsed, or toe adrertiseseBt kept on isetde of
J T.arir adTertifers will be cka'R extra at roKBtar
t raves for Wants, Ben's, RcsbotsIs. Oopartnenaip No-
Oeea.'To CeosKrnw, ie.
' E?"Traksiext Advertisixo most be paid rOK
' S3 No adTrHement-will appear is the Weotiy paper
CBtes by spec al contract.
J3 AdrettiseraeBts to be inserted is the Weettr Pfr
asny, or at irroptiar latenrals in eHber of the papers, wfli
be catarsed $1 per cqiare for eretr inscrtioB.
X3- Annoaccirtg candidates for State, Connty and M
nWpal Oricea, $S each, to be paid in advance in ovcty
Ail advertisements for ObariUbie Inatltntlons.
Fire Coeapin ies. Ward, Town, and other PnWsc Meetings,
to be charged bait Briee.
X3T Marriases and Deaths art pnfetfetied as news ; bat
Obitsarirs, Trioate. of Oerpect and Faaeral InTliatiOBs
as ewer acTertisesaeMs.
AM Ivyxl and Transient Advertisements wilt be
ssuad kr the insert ion.
E3 Sdttorial Nettees in Local Coteaui wffl be charged
8 (s4 per lute.
X3T X. dclsottoc r varUHea wtH be made from the
McCLANAHAN. FJUTTON i OO.
f nfeumal Claris.
CHAS. B. FOXTAIXE,
ATTORN ET AT LAW, Pontotoc, MiM., will attend
. strictly to all profeeskaal buess wbkh ntayb
ontrmtUd to blra in any ot the Courts of North MimIs
t. a. itoosr J- r. ei;rx.
MOOX & KEUX,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Genera. Oaflectisc; and LMd
. Agents, for the Northern and BosSein CoseUes of
Arkansas, DBS ABO, ARK.
E. O. RIVES,
ATTORN ET AND COHNSRUHt AT LAW, Memphis,
. Trim. OOc in the Post OSee BaiHtng.
AHbostnensentrssledteMs oare will reeerra prompt
andiaMhtal attention. CuUocUons pramptlr awk in the
iiiiiWnillBLiinnllrii of West Tennessee, Mississippi and
TB. SAMUEL GILBERT, SR., has retnrned to bis eM
1 besestead Dear Memphis, and reoponed bis lnflrm-
ary, sad wBl reraain perrfuneatly. Tie treats the foUow
nr Chronic Diseases: Cancers, ScroSnla, Wbi e Swell lop,
Teaurs and Wens, witboot Sarilcal operations. He ate
troata all Chronic Fesaale diMsases, S-re.( loos standing.
Tetter, Rbenrnattsm, Syphilis, and all twas of Metcurhd
Dr. G. deems it nnnecessary to say snore, as be has lev
er, witnesses of his snccess from Maine to Oregon.
BEXJAMIX HOWCOTT, t)entist.
HATING prepared mTSlftren in practice
' Dentistry in Memphis. I TesneeUally "wlleit
be xatronase of all wno may Beea osy ser
rr oes in the DenUt line, and Mod Btref to
ferfonn an opraiiens on the Teetb. and insert ArtiScial
Taeth Ir the most approved style as well as It can be
dour in this or any other coonlry.
Office on Main street, opposite Worshara House.
S). W. ARE...R. at. ACREE.
G. W. & K. m. ACREE,
DENTiaia. once unioa juocs, uosn
' strut, between Main and Frost How,
Alt Dantal Operations resrIo-rsMd with
the least possible pain. Disease of the Alveolar Process
aad Gams treated in the most Eiltlfsi manner. Fall or
partial Sets of Tueth set en Gatta PerchaorGoW, with
the latest improvements, ana guarantied.
JAMES M. 3IIKPKV,
TTTIM. atteed penonaely to thosooatiag of Swamp Laud
Scrip and Warranto in the Jacksonport and HHesa
DbMriou, sellinc Land, and paying Taxes.
B Graham, MerflT)his,Tenn.;-A. S. Hney. Little RockJ
B. 0 Brlnkley, " MsJ T. Mull, Mis ;
W. M. FoUeil, ' J. Norton it Co., N. O
T. Um Co , - " J. A- Roasceaa, LaGraMge,
X. P. Gsotidge, Hetena,; Tenn ;
Myrtle &. More, " W. E. Botti, Lawrencevttta,
in Psft, " Pa I
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' J. A. AXOERSOX.
A TTOBNET AT L.1W, Memphis, Tem
J3l -Walker's Boiiding, ofi
Maneaeid's Drag Store,
Ttn. TTM. HEWITT
ILL praettoe ratdtclae, on the principle that there is
in ill Mimi. and nose all satacleat. Onte
ilerrsoa street, in Ifcs Past OSes BaHding, second
jUS doar frffrn the Post Office. Besldenon a the oeraer of
Hernando aadSHiett streets.
. j j- REFERENCES :
- Col. 3. B. Stanton. N. Adams, K-1-, Haywrod oaaaty.
"Ear. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. MaeHn, Fayette coeaty.
R. Sdmerriilz, -Ka.., F P. Maclin, Eo..,TiptoB coaaty.
J. L Webb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
" ' J. S. WHITE, M. !-,
?rATE of Hardrnaa oonat,. having renwved to Mem
" JLl-pblr, oflers his professtooal services U the cttiieas.
OfHsr oa Court Square, a. -door west of Watlaee'a Aac
" ib bouse. Residence on Pontotoc street, santh sHe,
be4wen3t ratrick and St Martin. tawB9 tf
R. F. LOOXEY,
ATTORNET AT LAW. Onios sver 0. W. Cherry &
B. C BROWN,
ATTORNET AT LAW, . Marios, Ark., practices ta
A vhtuio. Mttmtttm. Mlartssttwl. Groesu Randolpa,
XawreBce.Indepeadence, Jackson, rotntt, St. Fran
aadMaoro Counties, in Arkansas.
J. TTIOKERSHAM. ..........
ED. A. BEECHER.
No 21 JeBerson-streo.
. rr WTRnAaDSOX..W. W. WHEATLET..M. A Hiuua.
Richardson, Whcatley & Higgs,
1 TTORNETS AT LAW OEJce on the corner of Second
- il and Court streets, Memnnis iena.
rTflWV A. TVOOE.
A TTORNET AT LAW. OSce in the Pest Office BbM-
rt. tag, Memphis, Tenn.
HASKELL Si. SEARCY,
a-TTORSET AT LAW. Memchls. Tennesf. Wra. T.
f Tlukell aad Robert Searcr have associited them
elves tocetser ia the practice of Law. OSIev la the
Walkta- Uloct. aov26-dim
a TTORNET AT LAW, CoTington, Tfcan. All basteei ii
J. entrasted to his care will receive prompt alienltcs
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Term., wiH practice
, in an the Courts ot Memphis and-ths Western Dis-
rt Mtf rTll..M.
r- OOce south of. Court Sjnare, adjoialng that of the
U lancery oour vji.j k. '
DR. THOS. KELLER,
-r int., Ttioinihla .Alabama, has located permanent'
,1 i r ia Mempht, rd oBers his services to the peUic
la aM the branches of bl profession He has takes tee
oOoe herttof are occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shetty
tt iah tT--t. TTavlnr recentlv made a careful and
general selection of Surgical Instruments, he Is prepared
for an the operations or ourtrry. itcivicuvt u
atreet, between HJtng and Treserant streets.
n nr. nnnosE.
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Term. Office on esst
side of Main street, between Jefferson and "Adams.
Btfer to F. Titus, McEwen, Harris & McNHU, J. D.
WiBlams, W. B. MUler and Miles Owen, XejnphisWfan,
Wilson, T4tHj&G., NswOtleiES. JnJjMf
a. a. nAicocs:....R. Q.cuir.K....bEO r. trotter.
Late 'R'Mlamsaa & Li Ardiclt is. LalecJ Socierrllle.
HAJVCOCK, CIAKK CO.,
Wliolesalc anil Ketail Grocers,
BAGGING, HOPE, BACOH", IiABD,
.n 3EClxa.ci of sToauco,
J0. 16 FRONT BOW, JlEliPniS, TKNN.
TV rK.SlHJOS McEXIGUT, law at New Orteans.hat
iVX become aMOdated vilh us ta the Grocery ud Com
Bittun Bafioess datlnf from tbaltt ift The ffjrleof
tbe firm wtU hereafter be GATES. WOOD &3feK!flUIlT.
Meaphis, Feb. 10, 1867. GATES is. WOOD.
S. M. GATES A. M. WOOD K- Sl'KSIOIfT.
GATES, WOOD & TcKNIGIIT,
ffl v o c c v s . IM'Oflncc
NO. UNION STREET, 11KMPHU.
1 RENTS Harare I-owoer ComoasT ; Comers' White
ii Lead awt Oil Corapsaj, St. toraale of
ernnfll Salt ""a
EXC0UR AGE HOME INDUSTRY.
Ulaiii-St., 3il Door below Union,
ABE prepared to fill an orders wine
noate Carprnterins uwtsreinre uusi
c villi neatness aaddiraatcb.
. Epairwe and Va-niahlng cj.ecn.-d In
the best style. We warrant ail wort aoucjui .u-j..
j. 3. JE'
JAMES BORO & CO.,
NO. 2 HOWABE'S BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
J. Co JAOOBI & CO.,
(No. 328 Main, bet. Union and Gayoto-sts.,)
Importers and Manufacturers ot
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGARS AUD TOBACCO.
CONSTANTLT on hand, a large assortment of the most
favorite brands, at BKK'erate prices.
A. J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL
G M O JE M & ,
AMD DEALERS IX ALL EIXDS or
TTTiTkTtTi nnTTXTrnnir TjD nTiTTHT
urriui tuuiMiti niuiuijxi,
Sontheast Corner of Main and Union Sis.,
HAVE always en hand a well and carefully selected
stock of article m their line, which they will soil at
the lowett correct prices.
X3 Ordors promptly tiled with dispatch.
" J.V. FIJSSELli,
oc3-tf MEMPHIS, TEXX.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn-
THE hichest market prices paid for ronsh and rendewd
Tallow, Lard and Soap Grease. nov2 1?
CAOEE, MIX & CO.,
. S"ajCLX3.fXxry 1st, 1357.
INonvriSBToar card to lae paeitc we lenwr oar k
kswwtedasaeats, for the very liberal patronage extend
ed as daring the post year, ana promise iw ine
faraisti oorcnstor.er the LARGRoT, OUHAPEST and
BBSTSKLBCTKD STOCK " rw.n i he Soot hern
"-P1- . . .... .
Oar Senior partner win i vuiauw: . .-.. ...
market, and will keep ns folly supplied with every (issua
ble style of
Staplo end Fancy Dry Goods, &c.
We are Afrits for -oire of it- best brands of DO
MESTICS, OSNABCRGS, fcc, which we offer at Tactory
CAXBEE, 5IIX & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BO & 811&s
OI Jk. T IS 9
226 MAIN-8T.. MEMPHIS. TKVN.
J. B. SHAEPE,
So. 25 3iadicn-f ., betaetn Front Rvxand Mum,
WOULD rwctf oily inform the. merchants of Mem
phis and MurounJIng country, that he lias jest re
tnnted from the cities of Virginia, wherhe esUMIbhed
a p-rmaent Acerjcy t -r the sale of all grades of Virgin
la Tobacco, aad Intends to kerp constantly on hanur
v :.. thf- demand, a! raanofactorrri,' prkes.
Being fully able toe nipele with the New Ti,.t. Ba:ti
more. Cincinnati and New Orleans markets, he lnvltet
attenttoa oz aiiurai:ia u .i..v
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
oc21-dCtw tr j. o. ciiALt-c.
M'CAXE S WILLIAMS.
McCANE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to TTneat fc Taylor,)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Duvall'8 Bluffs, Arkansas,
At the tf9tHng of the MeaphU aid Littk Rock RaB-
TIIBT beer constaatly on hand Susar, Cotfte, Salt,
OTr Mdasses. and all other articles asnaUy kept
la a Grocery, which tbey win H low fur cash or ex
change tor Hides, Furs and Fettrtes, or any other articles
brought to the market.
CS- Goods dpstiaed for Llt'le Rock or the adjacent
eoSntleg shipped to Dnvall's Bluffs, wfll be forwarded
immediately, as there are always wagons aau immi ui
reieess to haul to any poiat.
WEW G O O 1? & :
We are now receiving arm opening oar
Fall aswl Winter
nONSISHNG of every variety or aiapre ai:u r aucy uis
nt. uui.ll. Vnt ta Mils market. Superano Black
and Blae Cloths, Caseimerea, Doeskins, Cloaks. Mantillas,
Moire Antique, Velvet Shawls, t-e latest style; Ladies'
n.... cima tit an&erlar naalitTt Craae Shawls, a
Jar?e kit of BUakeU, Negro Cloth. Brogans, Ready Made
Clothing, Boots an- s&oes, Jiais, aim a i
too anmeros to mention.
in i -v l. nr.mr me. cosie all." aad exantlns my
stock, before making your purchases. I bought cn the
very best terms, and stadetertnUf-d that none soil! un
dersell m. I shall adopt the Cash Svsteji, esapt to
A. 0. BLAIR.
No. 277 Main street.
Old Stand of Ferguson & Nelll.
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
7IAiS 1JF ACT u IVESV,
No. G6 Front Row,
SIGN- OF THE BIG BOOT,
H. i SHOHS. of his own ln--, also of other j if 1
V L1 rasnafactureis. He also. Leather, f
C&u. irnrr. rial! Skins. French and
American Shoe Findings, Trunks. Carpet Bag and Va
. u f which he wil sH. as cheap as anv In tLls
market. Give hua a call before purchasing elsewhere
A. STKEET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
auc!2 MEMPHIS, TENX.
atriTU r niYKHEAD.
A TTORNET AT L1W, Memphis, Tenn. Office In the
CX. Post oraca iJiocr, over Jtymei' x-v.,
Tv. It. J.. 1.ASK.I.
-r- iTn uiirthnifin and Director of several Hopltal
j la Germany, m-mber of dlfSsrent Medical Societies
In New Tork has located la tee city of Memphis, and of
fers his services to the public as Physician, Accoucher,
sad for all operations in S lrgery.
53" Office on Washington street, between Msln and
HVflLLINTINE, Esq., has rvsaoTpl his Law Office
evar.the Store and Commission House of Fowlkes,
MeunC& Co., on JelTerson stmt, between UiePostOfflce
and Mala atreet, s-
GRAHAM & HILL,
Commission and Grocer Merchants,
a3fdair3m NO. 9 FRONT ROW.
"A. ia.KOPKINS & CO.,
(Succaton toPowtll? Co.,)
COITttII01T ItEEIi CHARTS,
NO. 41 DlVIOIff STREET,
tepl7-lr NEW ORLEANS, LA.
S. WILDS VERK0N,
D. C. WILLIAMS.
3 BIT AX.
Late of Panola, Miss.
D aGranse, Tcnn,
TEMOK WIU & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
No. C front Row, over Mencham fc GalbraltU's,
T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shlpplnjaad
X Selling Cotton. Charges CO cents per hale.
S3" AlUtton sent to ns will be covered j insurance,
tnless otherwise lnstrncted. ang22
T. B. XORJUEXT.
MOSBY & HUUT'S HEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Frojit Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always cn hand.
New Orleans, La.
...X. C. SXIDEB,
No. 123 Canal Street,
JrUylS-dawly "NEW ORLEANS, TmA.
S. M. GATES A. M. WOOD.
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON" PACTOBS, GBOCERS,
rroduco aud Gecsral Commission
3VC 23 O 331 ua- 3XT T SSf ,
A'o. 3 Vnisn Strut, between Main and FrorJ Row,
AFTER an active application to builness, for over
eieven years, wefor the Erst time, solicit the pa
tronage ot oar friends in theapaeity of Cotton Factors.
We led confident of our ability to please snch as may
confide their easiness to our charge.- Onr stock of Bas
gteg, Bape and General Supplies will not be excelled In
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made on consignment In store. Insurance cn Cotton or
other Produce, In store, will only be effected npon actual
Instructions, or when under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers win, at all tunes, bo Insured while in
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on
the faceof bills lading.
Ta n nr trtend who have so liberally palronlied us
daring years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a conanuance or tneir purooue.
Junl3-dawly GATES & WOOD.
WARDLAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD.
W. IIOWAKO & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Barelug, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard, Bacon, Mackrrel, .Salt,
Lorwon rorter, Ale, nine, naaij,
r.im. Tjn.l-Iiiter. and Groceries generally. A good
stock cow on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
t3Casa advances msae on uoiions la siorr iui ric ui
shipment. All Cottons insured unless otherwise lusirun
ed. Onr Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to ns by water; also, the rlJkof Fire while-in
sSore, unless otherwise instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling uottons, ice earns aa w ui
,ars cast fifty cents pT bal uly20
BESJ. REID.. ............. M. RXID.
B. REID & BRO.,
NO. S3 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LL Cotton sent to our address Insured, unless Initrec-
XX. tiens to too contrary are received, nantauon
orders diled with tare. Store and Sell Col tin at nixy
cent per bale. owrj-miyi i
T P. ATDLETT.
i no Orleans.
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
KO. 69 GRATIER-ST., SEW URLEA!.
DOXTGHERTi' & AICLETT,
COMMISSION MERC1I AXT5,
NO 23 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash advances on an union or ouier j. r
dnw shipped to T. T. Aydle tt St. Co., New Orl'ins.
. L. BEASLEIT A- W.LOViau.
BEASLEY &. LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
G-onoral Gr x- o o o r f3 1
NO. 12 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGS stock of Rope and Bagging always o-n hand.
Charges lift, cents per bale, all other Produce at
ntaal races. Instructions siriciiy oocycu, cuu jirompi
rrmiuace. AU P.oduce insured, unless otherwise in
structed. aug20 dawly
BREWER & CALDWELL,
GENERAL tOlLUISSION ilIERCHASTS
Cotton and Grain Factors.
II. 07BKEWER & CO.,
T EFER to J. T. Soutter, Esq., President Bank of ta
JtL BepuWlc, New Tork ; J. K. Sass, Esq.. Prclden
Bank of Charleston, a. v., itessrs. jonn t rarer a W(
J. W. Caldwell, Esq., Charleston, S C; Col. Wm. M.
Churchwell, Presideat Bank of East Tennessee, Kacx
ville; I. B. KIBTLAND, Esq., and Messrs. FALLS A
CASH, Memphis, Teaa. scp27-Cm
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
35 CaMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
1ASn advances msde on all Cotton or other Produce
I . i . wii vsniffrff.
jr. jL. Verser
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
Mosby & Hunt's NeW'Block,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
T WILL p7 particular attention to flUlnj orders for
1 Groceries, Bagging and llopc, ac.
MASON O. C. n09iE L. C XORTELL,
nMy Spilfg,Mls. Louisville, Ky. Ripley, Miss,
MASON, BOONE ia NORVELL,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
Ho. 161Eain-St., Memphis, Tenn,
T AGGiNG, Rope, Jean, Llnseys, and a general stock
X) of Plantation supplies ronsianu, oa nana.
15. ITlJERKili L,
No. 5 Monroe Street, bel Front Itow &Main
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
Cotton and other Fred ace
Bagging, Rope aad Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices. i-o
T. 1. DAVIDSON...... J. B. ELLI3. ...... A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS'. GROCERS
Receiving, Forwardirig and General
So. 219 Main Street, Eatt tide between Jejerton and
Adam, Mepphii, Tenn.
OPE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always oa
TUSTlccelred, 300 bbls. Smith's superlor.Plttsbnrgb
H. H,. POTTER,
ilaln-et, 3d dojr North Worshara House.
WALKER & BROTHERS,
Ho. 79 Pront Bow,
MASUFACTCRERS OF CLOTHING,
AND WHOLESAtE DEALER! IS
STAPLE A2VI FANCY
Goods, Soots & Sliocs,
1 TtTHast reMlrlns and rn'alBC a rltd ajsortment
A. or SpriCR and Summer Good. , to , www iwcj
especial awn 1 on -..h and
d,m Onr faculties ar
to undersell a good many.
Fleate call and se.
.A. S. HUES
c. r. at- xolakd.
WOIiAND & CO.,
Collec o ic &
MTTLE ROCK, ARK.
TJ EFER TO J- Knox Walker, Miles Owen Mdapt.
jKsrs.?nDlrtr and Fowlkcs Express copy U1I
. B. W.-BUCKER,
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
OFFERS his services to the pnblle and wil rive
I l"r. r......r, , ,nbnlness connected with his
rn S 7bi - .this effle, oa thewrst
.. ".. , .. . -ik Tini.n rranavan'a Balld-
siueoraisin aimk, reu.u v w --, - -lng.)
No. 335, ualess absf at tn prjfessloaal buslaess.
J. E Cbadwlck, nenry G. Smith,
J M. Prcvlne, Robertson Topp,
B II. Waddeil, PbUlp H. Thcmpsia,
JohnS. Jlaytrook. febWr
A. YACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
"CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Main itreet, net door to Odd FcUovt' Hall.
TDRE DRUGS AXD MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, iancy uoooa,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanls
Medicines, Garden Seeds, anna, iouscoi
Brandies and Wines.
Cf- Every article sola ny ns irama .c,..:-...,
subject to be returned at onrexpense. Jcly8-ly
AXD DEALER IX
Watches. Clocks, ana jeweiry,
CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAMS-ST3.,
TAKES this method of informing his friends.
Tv, ih. TinMle cenerallr. that he has moved from
3 his old stand to the corner of Main and Adams
,,. where he will take nleainre In exhlbltln
a new and choice lot of JEWELRT, to those who ma,
favor him with a call, and will be pleased to execute all
orders-for repairs la his line. He hopes, by honesty, In
tegrity, and his efforts to" please, to gain the confidence
and liberal patroaage of aU who may find It convenient to
visit his establishment.
J AU orders for repairing in every orsucn
slness promptly attended to. aug21-ly
jlT COST !
U00D3, at actual cottfor cath.
ntn, . riiiTip, in nnr htislness. wa offer at actual
cost for cath aad cash only, onr eatlre stock of Clothing
and Famishing Goods. As the business must be closed
up, aad to do so the stock must be sold, persoas la want
of Goods in our line, will find It to their advantage to
give us a call. KELLER JOHNSON,
AO. I U1IL a aimo ,
jaal-3m 272 Mala street.
E3 Enquirer copy three mouths.
THE HAZARD POWDER COJaTAMI,
MANUFACTCRERS" AND DEALERS IN
nATING reduce.1 their prices to cormpoad with ta
.tni mt of flaltrjatre. coatiaue to oflVr their
well known brands cf ELKCTRI0 INDIAN B1PLE and
KENTUCKTB1FLK TOWDER In kegs and ear'stoTS.
Uo, Gun Powder for Blasting amVMinlng. comprising a
full assortment of qualities asd kinds required" by th
trade, guarauUed to give entire satisfaction.
The standard or their Powder, which has now encored the
highest repntatioa lor more thaa tweaty-flve yars v.lil
be found unt urpasd by any other minufacture of the
kind in the world.
For sale tn tall city by GATES & WOOD, Agents, and
at the t fflee of the Compsty, N0..SJ Wall, corner Water
street Xsw lork. A. U. UA1I4U, rn-,iu..
A E. Douglass, aecy
L. THOMPSON & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS) TO E. It. JlACIKt,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALEUS
muc nvuudics, Viiics,
Mavana CI, a ar s s
AX THE TIXEST QUALITT 8T
JEFFERSON STREET, (Breathctt Stoner's Building,)
Between Malu anu sccona.
JCST RECEIVE D Brandies, nenry Mounle h. Co., 1810;
OM Castlllon, 1815; Old Lamonde, 1820;
OM Bochell, and ainereni oranaiogs.
Wines, Champatne and Claret ;
Old South slJe Madcrla.Topsz Sherry;
Champagne, Fleur de Bougy, Criam do;
Crecent, Olivier, 0U Champertln Bergundy ;
Old Vienx Caps Sparkling Bergundy;
Clarets, Chatanx Margeaux, Latour Glass Stopper;
LsCte, St. Estphe, and other brands, too numeroui
Scotch Ale, London Porter ;
Fancy Groceries, fcc, &c feb25-uCm .
"5 Uoliv SDrings Democrat copy three months, a
send bill to this office for eollrctloa: .
THE undersigned, at preent representing the hoasi
of BREWER & CALDWELL, New Tork, will makt
liberal Cash Advances oa Cotton consigned to them for
sale. Applj at 47 Front now, up stairs.
gep27.t, w. 11. nun,.
CASES assorted Cordials, for sale ly
II. II. rOTTKK, Main strrct.
Third d)or North Worsliam n-iu-e.
IA A CASES Pure Juice Tort Wine, for sale by
UU H. H POTTER. Main striet,
marl Thirauoor Kortn or worsnam iioor-e.
CASES Hostelter's Bitters, lor sale by
H. H POTTER, Mala street,
Third door North of Wonham House.
isai. x. amou-. ia riuur,
UU 75bbls. S. F. Flour, 10 casks nam.;
10 casks Clear Sides, 10 casks Shoulders ;
75 bus Harris' Ale, 60 half bhls. Ale ;
60 casks London Port' r, quarts and plsU ;
100 bbls. Whisky, 75 bags Coffee ;
10 drums Coda h, 25 ILL. Mackerel ;
iObbs and 25 half btls Dexter's Whisky;
100 boxes Hostettrr's Bitters, 60 gross Garret's Snuff;
60 boxes White Wine, 60 boxes Claret ;
10 casks Caret. 25 boxes Lctnon Syrup ;
60 boxes Pie Fruit, 25 boxes Garden Seda ;
60 dox Cove Ojsters, 25 boxes Cheese ;
10 bbls Rol Butter, 25 kegs Pigs Feet;
25 boxes Sodi Crackers, 25 bbls. Pic-Nlc Crackers ;
16 cases Sardines, 25 boxes Raisins.
Ttrt. Oranees. Lemons. Fig, CvCoaauts. Almonds.
Sugar, Molasses, Tea, Tobacco, Sunn", fcc. For sale by
marl 5 No. 35 Froat Row.
1 tbaxsioli f. n. williamsox.
FRANSIOLI & WILLIAMSON,
aad Retail Dealers ia
Chlna.Glai! and Earth
enware, French aad
Germsa Vases, Silver,
Silver Plated, German
Silver and Brltaala
Ware, Fine Table Cut
IdS Alain Street,
Also Looting Glasses,
Looking Glais Plates,
Tea T-ays, Parlor
Girandoles, fcc, fcc.
G. B. liOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
HEAT. ESTATE BHOBZEH,
83 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR atteatlon to sale of City or Country
Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every dcscrtptloa.
Furniture. Land Serin aad Warrants. Stocks, Beating and
Leasing Property, fcc.
Storage and Coashmmeats solicited.
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL,
an old aad experienced Auctioneer, lata of Huntsvtlle, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
talis of every description, liberal gash dtaxss
MADE OX C0XSiaXMEXT3. -
U"3torage aad consignments solicited.
P. S. I am Agent for The Adams Express Company,
mtrli - - - "
lotcls, rfairrdiits, tit.
Corner of Main and Adams Street,
THIS House Is situated ia the ctaire of business,
'Is now finished and in complete order. The Proprietor
pledges himself it shall not be surpassed by any House In
Being grateful for the rrry libera! patronage beatowei.
oa him for the last two years, h hopes by a street atten
tion t. kcslaess to merit a continuance of the same.
cc7-tt J. J. WORSllAM, Prbprletor
CORNER FRONT BOW AND JEFFERSON ST3.
THIS estibllfhment has Just undergone thorough re
pairs in every department. Roc rat newly paia'cd
and papered; bedding thoroughly renovated; there li net
Ten a mattress that Is not new or equal to new; carpet
mostly new, fcc In one word the house is now in de
cidedly better oner thaa It has ever been sine It was
built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to lie
House since I have occupied It, and having reneard two
leases, one on the Hoose, th other upon my age, I hope
to be able to give mora alteatlca thaa horttoforo. 1 srr
determined to make my guests comfortable.
oc7-tt v. cuu tuiLL, rropneiar
ON TJTIOr STSEET.
mirsscbscrlber respectfully laformshls old frleads and
X ALL the public, that ho has opened a aew uesiso
rant oa Unloa street, where tie Is prepared to farals'i
the best viands that can be found In the market: served
in the best Parisian stvlrs. Ovsters. Game. St-aks, Salt
and Fresfl Water Fish, Birds In fact, everything suited
to Ihe.flaeit and most delicate epicurean taste.
Give me a call I have six dur.reot rooms for tne ac
commodation of Private. Partita. I wHI net be outdone
la an, -branch connected with my business.
reo- tr u us. vtLu re is u .
Corner Main and Jackson-sts.,
THIS well known Hotel, having changed hands,
and been thoroughly repaired, and provided with
hew Furniture, Is now open for the accommoda
tion of Boarders and Travelers .
The public may rest assund that evry exertion will
be made on the part of the Proprietor to reader this
House tccond to none ta West Tennessee. Havlaz active
aad attentive sirvaots, and a table always f araished with
the best the country .afford j, he coefideatly relies. upon
glvlngratlre satisfaction to all who may favor him with
their patronage. WM. C BENNETT,
S3 Knanlrer copy.
WORSHAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie Wor-
KEEP3 constantly on hand a large assortment of Greea
and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their own Jaiee, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pietlrd Oys
ters. Pickles, Cordials, syrups, nne wines, jjranaies, u
kinds Nuts, fcc.
in connection wjin mis esiao-
Qlrgv vS 53aloon, and wLlncelve FRESH
S. P. BRICHETTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BRO..
297 MAIN STREET,
KEEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIN
and PANCF CANDIES CAKES, rraits, Preserves,
etc., wholesale and retail. We are also prepar-d to fur
nish parties at the shortest notice.
ia connection wua i we
cskrep open oor lauiks' ana
,GENTLKMENS' OTSTER SA
LOON from 9 o'clock j . M.. to 12
o'clock p. St., and are recerridg daring the whole season,
FRESH OYSTERS by every stamir. We solicit a snare
of the public patroaage. nov2-dGm
GARVIN, BELL & CO,,
Nos. 442 and 444 Main-st , Louisville, Ky.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Manufacturers of Clothing,
DESIRE to Inform their customers aad Merchaats gen
erally, that th'lr larce tock of STAPLE DRT
GOODS li now f nil ana complete ; also, mat iney cave
rented and fitted up tt hoase adjoining their old stand,
as a SILK AND FANGT DRY GOODS AND VARIETY
STORE, and made large additions to their usual Stocks
in those lines, iney particularly mviwi ai.rauou 10
their extensive asd varied assortment of
Their Stock In this line is all ot their own maaafactnre,
and as they have added largely to this branch of their
business, are prepared to offer great Inducements for
cash, or on time to prompt dealers; and to snch they
pledee themselves to tM as low as slml ar Goods can bo
bonjht la the Eastern markets. mar,-dm2m
C. I. & A. V. -DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK FRISTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP ATjIi BINDS,
47T Main-Street, Eouisrille, Ky
, riTZOERALD...CHAS. C. BILL..J. WOODWORTK.
II. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Sue cextort to Pari, Simpion 4- Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Front How, Memphis,
B. W. ALEXAXDEZt
N03. 63 AND 6S LOCUST STREET,
Saint Xiouis, aVOCo.
J. J. Murphy, Memphis ; Cuok S. Co. . Memphis ;
Baraett fc Walker, " Todd fc Goyer, "
Chatles Potter, " feb5-6m
JAMES JLOW & CO.,
41S Main Street, Louisville, Ky.,
ER now receiving their Stock of Dry Goods for the
looming Spring Sales, to which they Invite the atten-
tloa of dealers. Their purchases ot Amerlcaa domestl
goods have been made under the most favoraue circum
stances, for ca , befere the advance, which will ena
ble them lo ofTir Inducements 1 the purchase of these
goods net to be surpassed by any dry goods concern ic
the United States.
We flatter ourselves to be able lo sell Domestic Goods
fully as low as theycaa, at present, be purchastd Iroru
the Dry Goods Commissloa nouses in the Eastera mar
kets. We will have oa hand of our own direct Importa
tion from Europe, a large aad well-selected stock of Jac
onets, Swiss Mulls, Nainsook, Ma lias, Cambric, linen,
Cambric, nandkerchlcf s. Hosiery. Gloves, English Black
Blaik and White, and Black and Gray Prints, French
Plate Prints, English 4-4lhi, Purple and Chocolate PrinU,
together with a fall assortment or faoocs suiraote lor
men's wear Examine our stock before makingyourpur
chases, and yon wilt find that we hare mads no state,
mtnts that we aro not fully able to make good f eb7-d2ni
BRADY & DAV1ES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Main Street, Louisville, K.y.,
TV TANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Hope, Bag-
1VX Ring. Jeans, Lmseys, fcc. Jan-ly
A. O. IITn....B. r. OUTII&IE....OEO. J. TtOWLAXD.
SMITH, CsUTHRIE CO.,
Commiss io ii V c vchaiits
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AXD AOEXTS TOR TTIE SALE OF
"Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 561 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
J. M. IflcFADDEV & CO.,
(LATE TRIPLE TT, M'rADDIX fc CO.,)
No. 28 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
VBDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour,
uraia,.c, soucttca aaa promptly execatea.
CM. HABYXT B. B. HARVKT.
C. M. HARTEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRATIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
wtll be glvea to the Sale or
Forwarding ot Goods or,
Produce coushToed to oar1
address. We will contract Freight oa the
above r.r te-shlpmeat either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have hsd several years' experience in our market
In the Tinrchssine of Starves and at sorted Merchandise.
REFER TO Cook fc Co., J. 0. Giifflng & Bro , Speed
fc Strange, uanaan & snaaxs. oeci-ly
NE HUNDRED cases Booth fc Sedgewtck London Cor
dial Gin, in store aad.Xor rale by A.,
,i, iiruiiam j
marl - ' Third door North of Woriham House.-
. PT aC .
lar.1afiDit iSu jplies, (Bit.
Received This Day, and for Sale.
In1 atui. supernne iiour,
JJ 100 bbls. Extra Family Flour ;
150 ' Fancy Illinois "
60 " T. Harrison's "
60 " Cape Jassamln "
ICO kegs No. 1 Laf Lard ;
5 casks aew Bacon Haau ;
250 boxes, half and quarter boxes C idles;
100 boxes Western Reserve Cbeew :
200 bags Coffee, Klo, Liguira, St. Jago aad
110 hhds Sugars;
0 .b Crashed Sugars ;
15 bhls "owdered Sngai'.;
25 bbls Ckfee Sugars;
60 bhls and i"o half barrels Molasses ;
200 bhls and ba'i u Dsxter's Whisky;
300 kegs best Eastern NaHs
Plaater Paris, Otmit, Lime, S.xla an! Batter Crack
ers, Champagne Wises and Cider, Pi: ties. Catsups,
Sances, Baltimore Oysters, Lcbstrrs, Tobacco, Cigars,
Matches, B-ooms, Buckets, Tubs, and everything kept la
a Grocery House, sU of which we will ell, wholesale or
retail, cheap, to the trade
HANCOCK, CLARK fc CO.,
tb-7 No. 16 Front Bow, Memphis.
S. B. WMiLIAillSON,
(Succeuo'to JVilliamtcn fr Hancock j
FINE "WINES, BRANDIES,
Manama Cigars &c.
NO. 19 FRONT EOW, MEMPHIS.
Received this. Day,
PS A BBLS Mess Poi ;
60 kegs No. I Leaf Lard;
a tierces sugar-Cared ams ;
20 kegs Shot, as sorted sliest
100 b-.'s Whisky.
All of which we will sell cheap for cash at No. i
Front Row, Memphis.
Jalyl 8. B. WILLIAMSON.
THE subscribers keep on hand the following article,,
which they warraat to be ot first quaHty, and for
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver fc Co.'s Improved Cotton O Ins;
Waoas, Northern and Southern manufacture;
Bacon, bog-rouad ;
Flour, Salt, Whltky and Tobacco;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Motasies ;
Candles, Powder, Shot aad Lead;
Brandies and Wines, snperior artiste ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris;
Together with a general assortment of aa articles na
si!, kept ia a Grocery store.
G WYNNE fc GIBSON,
Jaly2 Nos. 1 and g Exchange BuUdiag.
J9JE IF GOODS:
EMPOHIUM OP FASHION,
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
and Mantilla Establishment,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE am bow receiving and opening one of
the largest and ut magnificent stocks of
French Millinery and Fancy Dry Good',
ever b; ought to this olty. Also, a very select assort
ment or Rich Dress Goods, entirely aew. Silks, Ca.h
m?res, Mareno., DeLaines, and a large variety ot all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses.
We call aarticalar attention ts our MUiinery Depart
ment, consisting of Chenille, Mess and Uncut Velvet,
Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and Bsgllsh Biaaets ; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons. Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5,000
worth of fine French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
aad G impure Laces; all styles ot
Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladies' Cloth and Velvtt for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Dresses, Ladies' and Misses' Shots, Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress
es, fcc., fcc
N. B. Embroidering and Stamping dene. 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. STILLMAN fc CO.
SITUATED la Furt Pickering, on the
Horn e Koaa. nave on nana a nne as
sortment cf SHRUBBERY, la every ce-l
partmeat, consisting In part of
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, -kcct;v"mcs, :c.
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va
ritle, with a good supp'y of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rcrbai b and Asi.aragBS.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der oa a resprctable merchant al Memphis, will be pUBC
lually attended to, and all Plaats guarantied to ord.r
and delivered to any part ot the city, free of charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens la towa
or coualry, at the shortest notice.
ftb20-2m ETCn AV A RNE fc BRO.
F0RMEP.LT of the firm of Moonty fc(1
sUreen, v.oaa respectiuHy say is ait old:
tprSs friends and customers that he is still at'
Jthe old stand, with a good supply ef Fruit
Hea, consisting cf
Also. Rpberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with a good supply ot Evergreens, Green House
Plaats, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb aad Asparagas.
Orders from a dlttance, accompanied with draft or order
oa a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be pnacte&lly
attended to. end all plants guarantl'dto order and de
livered any pat t of the city, free of charge.
Nursery on Main street, sontn Memphis.
oct!4-d6 Receiver of Mooney fc Greea.
0 HORTICULTURISTS ANU PLANTERS.
I would respectfully remind the citizens
ot Memphis and sn-ixunding country thst
the season for transplanting Fruit and Or
namental Irees Is fast approaching. Gteat
additions have been made la every depart
ment, morn particularly amocg Fruits. A mora select
and varied collection bis never been cfieitd for sale la
the Southwest, cerulstlag la part of over one hundred
C no xloe 1,
Catawba, Isabella, Oh!, Scapperaong, Calif omia. etc.
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
Pecans, Chesnuts, etc., etc.
Green-house plants. Bulbous Flower Roots, rimportea.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a dition 10 the above, I am now receiving a large lot
' Bolbs, of all klads. Ia consequence of having to
move most of my stock on band, I will sell It very low.
rarcnasers may rely on everything belcz what It is
represented, and sales may be effected oa very favorable
terms, by applyiag at tee Garden aad Nursery, aear the
OCU-Com S. M. WHKATON.
P. S. Daring my absence from the city, all orders will
meet wttb prompt atteatlon It left at the store or J,
Wlldberger. S. M. W.
rpnE undersigned, having been qualified as Admlnls-
l iraioro: JUll- a. JAtitiiaun, aec-u, ai luejiarta
Term. 1837. of the County Court ot Shelby, notifies all
persons Indebted to sa'd deceased to make immeaiate
Davment. and those having claims against said decedent
are requested ta present them in the time anu as tue iaw
directs, or they will be for ever barrea.
mars dim J AMK3 K. aiuiimmi, .ira r,
- SIX PIANOS from the wor Id-renowned
lR manufacturers. Messrs. Chlckerlng fc
Sons, the original Jonas Chickering, were
shipped lo us on the 27lh of February, per
ship AfdHoar, and will be recelvtd In a few days, which
we shall offer for sale at the manufacturers' prices, ex
penses of transportation added only
M vn...... . U. mJ.,
rrarlO 192 Main atreet.
nallett. Davis & Co.'s Pianos!
siAin oi iue uuiTer,aiiy popular
Piano Fortes fire now la store and eleven
I to arrive per ships iiiuieafAa and Mara-
' than and bark Allot M ef which v. HI be
sold at extremely short profits by
McKINNBT k CO.
Raven. Bacon & Co.'s Pianos!
. luunitisa rianos irom ineaDovemaa
I uf aeturers, seven now on hand, the balance
i stuppea last mnnta per ships Vicktburg
' and Sheppard Know. These Pianos are
so well known la Memphis and the turroundlag country
that further net ice, from ns is unnecessary, only adding
that we can afibrd and will sell them at leas prlcas than
heretofore jmariuj MCKINNBT fc CO.
Albert IT. Ladd is. Co.'s Pianos!
i7r""1. n EIGHT PIANOS from the manufactory
raasS of Messrs. A W. Ladd fc Co , Boston,
fl fl 11 (I (1 shipped on the ship Marathon. These
U u punas wlU be due here next week.
wilt be sold low by
McKINNBT & CO.
fVNE HUNDRED THOUSAND low price Cigars, for
J sale by
H. H. POTTER. Msln street.
Third door Noith cf Worthsm Hoase.
Bagging, Bale Rope and Twine
. art vii stati tlx on nana ana (or saie oy
oct28 - ,i 'Konrse'strtet,
MISSISSIPPI & TENNESSEE RAILROAD
MOHNING TBAIN FROM COMO.
FROM and after TUESDAY, March 10 ih, 1357. untH
farther notice, the Freight and Accommoditioa. Train
wMl make dally trips. (Sundays excepted,) leaving Cbmo
at 7:30 A, ar, and arriving at Memphis at 12 m. Re
turning, leaven Memphis at 2:30 r. it, and arrives at
Osrao at 7 r. M. The regular Mail Train will ma as
hevetof are, leaving Memphis at 7:30 A. 11., and returning
at s r. x.
aarlO E. K. PATRICK, Sop't.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM ME SI
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
By lairoad from Cairo I
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Hourt, ulthout Break
of Gauge or Change of Cart or Baggage.
BRANCH FROM CENTBALIA IS JfOW FINISHED,
Thus shortenlngthe timo to sixteen hoars to Chicago.
AT Chicago, connecting with. Michigan Cectral Cars
. leaving tie saaw Depot, for Detroit. Nlazara Falls.
Rochester, Albany, Aew Tork. Boston. andattKrn
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change ot Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
tour from Cairo to .New Tork. Time- from Cairo to New
Tork, I orty-nlno hours. Fare as low, and comfort great
er, thaa by any other route. Passengers through are
XOT subjected to the delays eonsequeat to the frequent
changed by short lines cf Bailroada throaga Indiana and
Ohio, to the Kast and Xorth.
Ao. connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Clevel d, Dunkirk, aad the East, wills Lake
hireiiiroaa ana steamers tor sasjne, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, fcc, and with a splendid Le of First Clan
SUamers for Sault St Marie, Lake Saperlor, Colling
wood, Toronto, fcc
Taiaa leavt. Cairo Everr Moralns aad Eveniar it fol
6:06 A. St.. Chicago and Dunlelth Exaress. Sundav.
This Tram connect, St Cctcags wUh New Tork Liiht.
nlag Express, over MKaigaa Central, Great Western and
New Tork Central Railroads, through In thlrty-oae hoars.
This Train also Connect al Sandoval with OV10 and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Louis and Vlaceaaes; at
Faaa, with Trams cf the Terra Haab, Alton and St.
Loals Railroad, for Indianapolis, LoniaviUe and Cincin
nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena
Dunlelth; the latter connecting with Trains to apring
fletd, Naples, Rock Island, Burlington and Qulncy.
r. ., ivew iorx Kxprecs, saluraays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Station, exceot on Slraal.
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur U
uaamia, ana amvtn at Chicago at 2 r. at.
Passeagers for the Upper Mississippi, will flad af Drrn-
leitb, steamers ot the Dunlelth and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, fcc. Passengerr
for Janesvllle, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at Freeport with Trams to Beioit and Janesvllle, anu
fronfthenca to Madison aad Central asd Eastern Wis
The Maps and Charts indicating the Great Central
Route to the North and East are aa exact transcript of
Col ton's Map ot the Unite Scales, and passengers are
rrquesieu to examine mis rente as well as the ruining
time cards ot the connecting Roads, and judge for them
selves as to thecorrectness of the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy aad direct means of
cemmualcatloa between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, aSbrda to the pleasure traveler.
a, wen as me Business man, attractions ana faculties
for reaching the North and East, which surpass thoss ef
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
eling public, the permanency ef the road aad structure,
the strength aad elegance of the Engines aad Cars, com
mend themselves to those who desire la traveling tpeed,
comfort and tafety.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege
of laying ever at any poiat, can be had at Memphis,
Cairo, aad at the principal Ralhoad Offices oa the line.
WILLIAM MORIN. Agent,
Jen 1-1 r Memphis, Tenn.
J- Office. No 15 Jfferoa street.
JYE If M-OUTJS
EAST AND NORTH,
MEMPHIS AND 'CHARLESTON
It I JL M O D .
top3sr to BTjnws:
ONand after March 10, 1ST, THROL GH MAIL TRAIN
will leave Memphis, DAILT, at 7-00 A M., arriving
at Burns at 2 25 r. St.; at Somerville at 10:00 a. M.
Returning Leaves Burns at 11:45 a. M.I Somerville,
3:00 p. M. Arrives atMrmphis at 7 00 p. 21.
This Train connects at Bums with a doable Dally
Line of first class Post Coaches to the terminus ot the
Eastera Divlsloa of the Memphis and Charleston Rail
road. Thence by Railway direct, aad coaaeetieas sure
with all Eastern cities.
Staging reduced to about twelve mitet. The Road will
be entirely oaapleted by the first ot April.
THROUGH TICKETS sold to the XeHowlng points:
This Train also connects wHhthe Mississippi Central
Ballruad to Holly Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Ctton,
Jackson, fcc, fcc
Also connect 1 at Grand Junction St at lea with Taanes-
see Centra. Railroad, to Bmivar, Jacksoa, Huntingdon
aad other places.
Also connects at Pocahontas with Tri-Weekly Lice of
Coaches io Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen aad Columbus,
TIIUOUGII TO XASUVILXE IN 31 HOCUS,
Via the Meaptils aad Caar'eston. Nashville aad Chatta
aooga Railroads only TO miles ot Staging, agalast
1HO By auy other route.
The ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN rans dally (ex
cept Sundays) between Memphis aad the Junction with
the MlssUsiprl Central Railroad:
Leaves Junction 7.00 A. at. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00
Leaves Memphis 2:00 r. at. ; arrives at the Junction
;00 p. M.
Freight Trains lerve Memphis for Pscaheatas DAILT
at 7 a. M. Doors close at tr. m.
Through Tickets only, on the above Routes, can be ob
tained at the Commercial Hotel, as well as Information
connected with the Road.
Fa meager are requested to purchase Tickets before en
tering the cars, aad save payment of extra fare.
Baggage checked to all stailenj oa the Railroad, aad
no Baggage wBl be received without being checked.
Each passenger will be allowed eventy-five pounds of
baggac by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage ; but no
article will be carrlea as Daggage that is not incident to
the person of the passenger, la case ot loss the Com
pany will held themselves respoasible far an amount not
exceeding A 100.
negroes, vnen traveling alone, mast nave a per 11, na
ming the point to which they are ta go, and specifying
that they are to travel Dy ratiroaa. or they wt! not ce
carried. No ticket wilt be sold them, nor will they be re
ceived on the ca-s, ualess their owner or agent be present
or knov, to the Ticket Agent aad Conductor, or other
person to vorch far genuineness of permit.
iep21 Superintendent of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, &c
Direct Through Lino for the East!
wore and, Olilo
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (379
miles.! and to Washington, (100 miles.) and presents
the fuUest advantages both as a freight and passenger
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions ot the
ABeghenles; and being solidly constructed, completely
equipped aad carefully managed. Is one ot the most at-
.J nlm,flt In 1 tl- ffnltMl lt.t TH
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and Zanesville to
Wheeling, unites this road with all portions of the West
The oxlt Trmouan tickets rRoar iiphis,
LntTisvim: and St. Louis to the National Me-
Tsn.m.n. are sokl by this road, which runs direct to
Washington without tne ueiay or passing tarougn jsaltl
mt.tf. It Is also the only line by which baggage can be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
S3By tke hail route from Memphis, take the mall
steamers, running daily tor Louisville, connecting there
with P"'1 steamers or JeSersonville Railroad far Cincin
nati, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars oi
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, connect 2ig there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark andZanes-
ville, to Wheeling. By the express train of this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore aad to Washington
is less than 27 hours.
rBe sure to ask for tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
t-Psengrrs from Memphis going East through St
Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. This route laya through Vlacennes, Terra Haute,
Indianapolis, etc, to Wheellngover the new Ohio and
Mississippi and connnecting Roads. These connections
are all direct, ana tne time rrom si. louu to Baltimore
or Waahlruton Is but about 13 hours. Through Tickets
by this route may be had ot the Agent, under the Plan
ter's Ilonie, at the following rates : iron at. Louis to
Baltimore $25; to Washington $2S
At Wheeling the passenger tans ice superior cars oi
the Baltimore and Ohle Railroad, which leave three times
dally for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New
Tork. Through io or w boots, inciumsg stoppage.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of Ihe country, and
general comfort, this road Is second to none In the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment of any Railroad in the United Stales, and Is
nmared to do an Immense business in traniporUlion.
The mad makes Immediate connection at the wharves and
lu the streets of Baltimore witn tne nauroaa to rauaaei-
shla awl New Tork, steamers or fncsson ana xsalti
' . . . T In ..n.t -.,, .
OJX OTaat,,r wj m . w
Tork. and by new Merchants' ana Miners' ne to uoston.
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, fcc. For
particulars, see freight tariff, copies ot which may be had
of the Forwarding Houses In the West, or of J. B. FORD,
Receiving and Forwarding Agent at w neeung.
w. a. WUODSIDK,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LATALLETTB,
tr25-ly Agent, 61 Front Row, Memphis.
Petltisn to divide land. In Conn
James T. Stewart.
1 ty Court of Shelby county.
TN this cause It appearing that J. T. Stewart, thede-
I fendant. Is a non-resMent ot this State, It is ordered
that tho Clerk ot this Court make publlcatkn la the
Memphis appeal, newspaper, requiring the said J. x.
Stewart to make his appearance at the nextterm ef this
Court, to be held oa the first Monday in. April aext, and
plead, answer, cs demur to the tetltlon in this benui
filed, or the same will te taken for confessed as to him..
and set for bearing tx-partt.
arM16ip.. JOHN P. TREZEVANT, Clerk.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ANB TEN-
OPEN from June .on with Memphis and Cha-lesicr
Railroad to Toone's Siiln, eight mites Jfortlt of
Bolivar, aad eightean miles South at Juksoa, Tenn.
Leaves Bolivar DAILT (Sunday excepted) at 1 0:
Arrives at Junction at e0,
Connecting whh 7 a m Train into Memphis.
Returaiii?- ...ta . . .
---- - . . w A. H irmu ,i
Mall Train fr.ro Memphis, arriving at Sta'tot at
12.30 r. M.; connecting at that poiat wHh Wyly', lt
Coaches for Jackson and Nashville, via Haattaglon at a
with Norwood's line of Coaches ts Jackn t V,
n LexlBgiea, CUfton, Wayaesboro, Mt. Pleasant. Co-ia-ji.
and from Spring Hut by the Teasessee and Al
btrna Railroad Alao.wMhR. E. Smith's imt
IsTt. Toone's Station dally fSandars ncoBtodl at 1 as
p. ar , connecting at Grand JuaetWn with n TV-.,..
arriving at Memphis at 7:15 p. .
. Retnrntng. leaves Grand Janrttea on arrival or Accommodation-Trala
from Memphisat :13p. ar , arriving at
PaifnrersforaHTOf the above named rv.h-t i,s,.
route will have less SUrlrir than bru,u
trK0 R. P. NKELT. S-pV
LOOK. TO YOUR INTEREST.
TIIROICII TICKETS TO GRENADA.
Fare llciAuecil to G SO,
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING teivnllea south of Holly Spring,, having
n.y sixty-sis mlls of Staging the cheapest, nxst
u easant, aad qakkest roate by fcoat fonr ..-
On this route tke stagiag la but ese mile farther that,
oa the PanuU route, although the latter is representea tc
be but nny-tw miles sugng asd firteen bob. s thrveca,
The true dutaace over t e Panola route stxtv-Cv.
miles staging J
Ia a few weeks the Mississippi Oi ntral Railroad will b
extend.dto the Tallahaiie river, stdl shortening the
uius 1.3 iraveiers win look ;o their
cumlort and pocket. A word to the wise is sutficieat
I" For Tickets or in!ormata a.oiv lasivts ,c.
Agents, at the Railroad, S age and Omaihus Ticket Of
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Opon to Como.
ON and after Monday, Jaaoary mh. 187. THROmn
excepted.) at 7:30 a. M., aniTlsg at Owae at I-05 a
Retarnlag, leaves Como at 10:30 a. k.. asd arrive, at
MempbU at I p M. 's at
ThU Train coaiiecU at Como with J. P MeAtexander
Co.'.dauybaeor Flr.t Cass Pt Caacbes !Kp,
and Grenada Stagiag reduced ta S3 mtsw between Mem
phis aad Grenat a through ia 15 bean. The traveling
pabHe n ay rrty "on this betas a shorter aad cheaper rocte
to Gteaada, Canton, Jackson and Tklj .
other. " "
The FREIGHT TRAIN will raake daUy trips, fSaodays
excepted.) maa and after Meaday, the !9ta of Januarv
to Como. Itwlllbeexpeeled that eoaslgne-s win hav-bnaagemea-
made to receive their gosh at the station
oa arrival, as the Cuapaay have oely temBorary arraBte.
raeais fer takltsg care of f rerghls, aad win M be resuon
stbie for the loa- ar daauge to ibe same at that juIiot
Passeagers ar. nqarsted ta parOuse tKkete beftrs
eatertog the ears, aad save paymeatcf extra fare
Baggage checked to all stattoas oa the EaUread, and Bo
baggage will be received witboot being checked Eact
DKJtf 6e allowed HO peaads .f baggage by Ba
road, aad 60 pounds by stage, bat no artsde will be car
ried aa baggage that is not eMt to the person of th
passengers. In case of h. the Ccmpary w.aheM themselves re
sponsible f tr an amount sot rxeee-Uag $60.
J-groes, when traveling aksse, nasi have a penal
aamiag the poiat to warth they aro to ge, aad specify lac
that theyare to travel by Railroad, tr they will not b.
"id. E. M. PATRICK.
Prom Memphis to Jackson, S3 50.
From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50.
Via Jackson, Waynesboro' and
CONNECTING near Brownsville with the Memphis
aad Ohio Ranroad aad at Therapa with the Ten.
nessee and Alabama Railroad. Thlr la the cheapest route
to Mid-He Teaaeste, aad travelers are assrred that no
pains or expense will be spai ed to reader theat comforta
Me. The coaches, horses and driver, are saporior
Oar Use cosnect at Jacksoa wHhJ W. Norwood fc
Co.', line ot four horse post coaches to N hviDe
KrtylS NORWOOD fc FORTUNE
"XfT COAL na coeae at lat; wwd aad oad weathe
1X has kept It back so has. I received one pair '
Duals, (tS.eoa barrels ) vat of four pair that I ha-e
beaght, thrs (Satarday) eveatag. I shall be at the B '
Office from this time oat, ready ro waH en my friends and
easterners with a large and constant stock of Coal I
have had a supply of Coal on hand for the hist four and a
hair jea: until a short speil the Utter part ot Jaaua-y
I will now promts two thing. that I will lay ia mer'
Coal, aadir I make a dollar on it I will keep it am-nr: t,
at borne. I boy ray Coal at the head of the creek it firs"
coat marchs tl THOS. JAMES.
I. C. GAYCE & SON,
. TT O 7 X O X S
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 25 Madison Street,
PARTICULAR attest ion will be glvcaip a& sales In tuc
city or eoaatiy, of Negroes, Rral Bstale, Mt-cha
dise, Faruttare, LaadSctp, Stock, fcr. All kinds Rent
ing aad Leasing Property, etc. Storage aad Casisri
meats soHdtedfrsra ail Jettons.
Retarnlag oar gratetal acknowledgments for the very
liberal patruuge heretofcre received, we aew pledge ,a.
selves, tarlBg determined on making Memphis onr per
manent borne, to doable oar ditlg.'toe M possible ad '
think with twenty years experience la the frsaV. the 2 t
ehvea iaMempS. we ought to be g-adaates, and fen
coatldent" we can gi.e, as we think we nave dear
Reftrexces A- O..HarrfcCo.,B A. FarkerS. II.
Lamb fc Co. , W. Howard, H. F. Faratworta fc Co-, Go.
Flaherty fc Bro . I. B. Kirtlaad, R. C. Rlaklev. Eaa. F.
Graham, Esq., Col. K. Topp, Dr. Sa. Gilbert, Men..
phis; Baldwin fc Starr, T. Deatson fc Sea, W. L.
Bruce fc Co , CtBrisaaU; Tbes. T Read. Esq.. S. Caasi
dy, Louis ve; Messrs. Duncan, Rawlirgs, B F Shld
it Co., raos. . wsastoa, Aew Orleans ; R.M. Splcer ft
JP OH TIt$IT$3
Life-Size, in Oil Colors.
HAS opened bis STUDIO la Clark's Marbir BaBdi r,
where he will be pleased to see those that wish U
employ bis pencil.
J3 Portraits also painted from Dagaerreetypes a a
TAKEN up at ray buase, one BAT HO SF,
fthiad foot white. Had on new saddle t tid
bridle. Inquire of K. J. B. L. WINN.
janl7-tf Ho. 231 Mair-at.
N. B. P0REST,
TilVlAEI. i SLAVES,
No. St Adazns-st, Memphis, Ten.,
HAS Jest reoeivrd from North Carolina,..
tweaty-five likely young negroes, to which he CN
desires to call the attention of porchasers.ok
He will he In the regular receipt of negroes t
from North and South Carolina every month. His Ne
gro Depot Is one of ihe most complete and commodious
estabtiibment of the kind In the Southern country, a-1
his regulation, exact aad systematic, cleanliness, ae-it-ne-s
and confart being strictly observed arid enfstceci.
His aim Is to furnish to customers A. 1 servants ana
field hands, soaad and perfect In body aad mind. ' Ne
groes taken on commlsilon. 1an2l
THREE HUNDRED boxes, H and H box. Star Can.
dies, for sale by
mar 17 lUJima, CLARK fc C 1.
PHILADELPHIA, JAN'Y, 1S5T.
To Dealert in Tenneuee, MUtitnppi and Arkantat:
GENTLEMEN: We are bow estabHsbed la the WHOLE
SALE BUSINESS ta this city, aad beg leave to irmt
yoar attention to an
ENTIRE NEW STOCK.
BOOS Aim SHOES,
Direct from the Manufactories la Massachusetts. New
Jersey, a..dFersylvaa a; and believing, with 'onr long"
experience ana superior faculties, our STOCK, rot
TOUR TRADE, and tor the satisfaction of yoar custom
ers, cannot be surpassed, we solicit ANwtLT CALL
when yon come to this city.
lours respectfully, JOS. 3- LETKTT fc CO..
No. 122 Market street, third store from South.
JOSEPH 3. LEYETT.late ot Memphis.
Paul Sticexet. of Boston. JaaJl-wSm
Q C BASKETS Creme de Bouzr Champagne Wine.
eJ H. H. POTTER, Mala strict.
febl9 Third door Jforth Worshara House.
Ciioice Irish Potatoes.
lOn SACKS tor sale by
iZU B. MERRILL,
oct28 No. 5 Mnarce street.
ANEW, light, elegaat oad cheap Patent SPRING
MATTRESS, for sale by
sep28-tf n. M. GROSTKNOR.
1 SUPERIOR assortm.at of Pianos and Meledeqns,
. Just received by
sep23-tf H. M. GRQ3TENOR.
PITT recelveiL.130,000 Cigars, ranging in prtce from
$10 to 4 10 a thousand, by
- 4ecl I v Kara-it., ti deer Norti WjrjTua Houm.
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