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tf'CLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1857.
VOL. Wll. NO. 13.
"""-Vs -?A TTAV1' TR--WJ-JEKI-T TOK-LX, Br
jfiAtlA-Cl oKAHAS) xONIDAS TROUSDALE,
WM. SC. HCTTOX, BENJAMIX P.JMLL,
UXBEB. THE STYLE AND FIRM or
. iffCLANAIIAN, HXJTTON & CO.,
TO WHOM ALL LETTERS OS BUSINESS, OROTHER
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snt 'sae, charyea double rate.
r rart$- adrertiien wl I he chanced extra farocca
stnac sataeeaver contract, and wfaea t t -i-i-r. t i
aatoheaortheadvertieeBMUtxeetM iasMe of
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ter Wants, Kea's, Reraorals. CenartaetabJt) Ko
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sny. or at IrrefoTar laterral ta either of the paatrs, wta
fccaai;ed $1 per tqvare forewry insertion. I
fjT AiininBctBd canitaaM for State, Cosuty and Xs
Btdpal Offices, $5 each, to he paid ia adraaoa ist every
C3" Ail adTeTtieetaeats lor Charitahrt IasUtottoaa.
Fire Ompanm, Vtri, law, as ather FaaVc 3etiacs.
to h charted haHprtee. '
5" Slarrtasjes aad Deaths are paHtoaed as new : hat
(SattnariFs, Tnaatoe at Kespect and Faaeral IavMatioa
K3 All Lejal ad Traasisat ATerttseaMots will be
Q-Hdttortal Xattce ia Ioai CabsaawiK be charged
at per line.
jr o oeaocnox or Tartattn wnl be made from the
MoCLANAHAX'. HDTTOK & CO.
RS. MOORMAN & BROVF3T.
irnvEos Aaams street, ia rear of Jonea, Browa h.
vy u., ob jsata strert. Or. Xiraui't Tmlitimro on
Airhole street, between Vines and Klliett stteets.
VF. G. WEATKEStFORD,
COCXSKLOK AT LAW, and Xeal Kstatc Ageat. yps.
Jteter u A. Wright. Kfq., and Col. X. G. Pjjm, Mmb
pats; Jndg K. L Carnthere, Ssprease Caart; K R
Stastsaaa, Ksq., XiarUlei il.jor G. A. Bears. Clarks
yBk, Teaa , and 6j. T. B. Kluarooy, Deha o Ark.
E. G. PAYSeT
ATTOmVKT AT LAW, JCrmphis, Twa.
Post OB Bnilding, Jetftrson ttieit.
- Oil AS. iv KUIXTAJA'E.
ArMMIXKT AT LAW, mwww v-
strictly to all ptotesatoal hasisteM wUrt asaybe
ratrast d to Mat ia aay at the Courts af Xartn MM
J. A. SfOOS J- S- KERK.
MOON & KSKN,
AnORXRTS AT LAW, Geswral OssjtctllMr asd Load
Agents, for the Northern xad BaSaSTB OoSWtl'f of
ArCasnas, DES AKC, AstK.
L. O. RITES, .
ATTORXET AXB COOXSELO AT LAW, Meapt.li,
Ter.B. Oacz ia the Pest Office KaUdier
All haitae isesrtrasted to his carewtV receive prompt
at txittrfal attest ion. CoOectlMis proaajitty made In the
counties ot West TCanessea, JlwiMWH am
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6J S al Mjts eejlg 0 fl
Sju 017 jt OOjaS KSMMS M 60 79 t0
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7.11'J at ;C aoA on9A flnM uji mu natxb a1 o. m '
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"TCil SAMUEL tHLBBKT. Sr.. hat retamed to his oH
it . . . . , . , ... tna I
X SNStnusa sesr aemswi, sw inmR m.
mtf, aad will remain p-rmmently. He treats the foilo j
. ssg 6afKiie Dtoeaset : Coaeers. Scroflhla, "XTht e SwrtHiilr,
Taaurs aad Weac. without Sarsicat operattons. He also
ttaaU all Chronic Female dieee, S res ef SsagftanoloK,
IMaer, Bhfmaatttm. Srph- aBd al foimsl ot .Mercurial
. Br S. deems It uaareeapary toaay store, as heasliv
' ag witarsse of his success tram Maine to Oregon.
. W. AtREE................."H M- ACBXE.
G. W. & II. 51. ACREB, .
tjmvsm DKXTISTS. Offlce EbK CW1, Ourt
5CL&jmiX strtet. between Main aad Front Raw,
-'-t-I T T J All DenUI Overs t loos perforated with
Ska least possible pain. Diseases of the Alvestar .Process
aad 6nass treated in the most Skillful (tanner. FdH or
partial Sets of Teeth set on Gat la Perdu or GW, with
taetateot improvements, and GUARANTIED.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
-VT71U attend penoaally to thesocatlngal SwasapLaod
VT Scrip aad Warrants in the JackstBfiert sad llelean
Mssrims. saOing Load aad parwg Taxes.
B Brshnw. stemahis.Teno.-, A. S. Haey. IJttls Beck;
K.O Brtaidey, " SlaJ T. Ma, SflM.;
fr. X. Patweil, " J. Xortan & Co., X. X).;
T.LssM Sr Co , " J. A. RasMeeau, LaGraswe,
Xyrue at Sfawte, - .,
'tfiaa Patk. Pa 3
iTW. Jtoari, Jsotrt; . Pool ttTaUoo.Jaeksosmart
J. A. ANDERSON.
1 T70UXKr AT l..iyr, Sfesaishls, Tenn. Offloe la
JL Walaer's BuUdiag, ooor Siansao'.d's Drag Store,
.kotm rireet. jnW
Da. WI5L HEWITT
WILL pracX.ce madione, an tie sciucipio that there is
Ksa4 in ail systems, aad nane all mmcient. OsBce
ssj Ti-sTmit- in the Post OtBos Building, seeoad
aaar from the Post Oflos. Basidenoe on the eoreer at
. ITsnaanlii aad BUiott streets.
, ,tM. J- B. atsatao. X. AOass, !., Haywrod ataaty.
Brr r B Bias ! Dr. . B. itaclia, Fayrate cunnty.
Saawrvi le. Bq.. f P Maciin, Bso, , Tipton county.
J. L Webb, J. B. Aee, Heasphis.
J. S. WHITE, M. D.,
-r ATB at Kardesswa coaaty. having removed to Mem
, , paia. OBers ats profosasoPal STvtoes to the oil liens.
Mheeon Court Square, w W west of Wattaee's Aac
T1T boos, nigidrsir- on Poatatoc street, sosith side,
botweea St Patrick an4 St. Martin. lanS8 tf
R. F. LOONEY;
A TWROTT AT LAW. CSaos
W. Oherry t
B. C. BROirN,
1 wmwvsrr ir UV. Sfar'mu Ark., psacttoes in
t mtltm Critteaden, HHiMippi, Gren, Randolph,
iMastacs. Jaatnoa. Potstsett, St. Praac's
atsdStUMn Oonoties, in Arkansas.
J. wlCKZKSHAM........a-BD A. SEStCHER.
WICK.EKSHAM & REECHER,
ATTORKKTS AT LA 'ST, Sfeaphts, Tennessee. OSce,
. Xo n JetTerson gtreet 1sl-t
R. v. XICKAF-nSOX-.W. -W. VTHEATLET..M. A HIOGC.
Ricliardson, Wlteatley &. Higs,
ATTORKKTS AT LAW Office on the corner of Beooad
. and Court streets, Memphis, Tenn. odl-ly
JOHN A. NOOE,
ATIORXET AT LAW. Offlce In the Post OSee liuiM
. lag, Memphis. Tenn. nvgl-tf
ATTORSET AXB COUNSELOR AT LAtv, Memphis
Than. OtBce, south eid4 of Court Sauare, one dvor
wat at Wallace's Auction House, up stairs.
REN. SKERROD, . .
ATTORXET AT LAW, Covington, Tenn. All btuteei n
sstrasted to his care will receive pro pt attentics.
DR. THOS. KELLER,
LA2E ef Tnscumbia Alabama, has larnted permanent
ly In Meapfai:, ud ssVi his .serrlces to thepuUlc
,h,aBthraacbes of his profession -He has lakea-lee
i ajas heretefore oocuated y Dr. Bryan, comer e! Shethr
sad Ssmw streets. Having recently made caret ol IB
-aaaera! selection of Surgical Instruments, he is prepared
aB the oaerations of Surgery. Residence on Shelby
attest, between H Jing and Treaevant streets.
Ti TI. DUBOSE. .
' A TIORXET AT t. AW, Memphis, Tenn. OSee on east
1 ... . . . . 1 1 1 i.i T fleu 1 J . m a
r sasa ax jibso r .1 cv. tn.ni ..r.
JHjRefT ta F. Tttns, MeKwen, Harris & McXHB, J: D.
HHaats, w. B. Mr ana sibs uwen, stenipais, iew(
Moos, TMcs & Co., XewOrletas. JanM-tt
A. S. HANCOCK....
Late Wiiltaawoa &
R- O. CLARK.... GEO W.TBOVTEB.
Late Aydlelt & Late or SomervHle.
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, BOFE, JBACON, LABD,
-ATI JCinca.a of 3?rod-jLCo,
--VU. Ik rKU.M SOW, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
"A TK. MILTON MeKXIGRT, fate of New Orte3as,ha'
aMCtated with TO In the Grocerrind Cora.
railai BoMiem itUnc frsm tbeut tnt Thertrleot
ana -win nereafier n uatks, WOOD X iictMOUT
Ktmfbtt, Feb. 10, 1867. GATES & WOOD.
S. M. GATES.. ...... A. St. WOOD M. M'KXIOHT.
GATES, "WOOD & McKNIGHT,
v o e c v s , ir v o a u c e
SO. J UJfTON' STREET, XEMPilW .
A8KNT8 Hazard Powder CeBptnr; CoUlers'
Lead and OU Copmy, St. Louit tor iale or Ur
erpool Salt feM3-tlf.Jon
EXC0URAE H03IE INDUSTRY.
SURER & WIXKEIIAXX,
Wptain - St.. 3d lloor IipIoto-Union,
ARK prepared to SU all otders is the
Iloure Carp -ntenn; at J mtMturr bsai
ntss with neatne sd dt spates.
K'pslriiir ul V-cistilnc executed Id
the Set tjie.
"Ke vrarraat all work done in oox shep.
I Gm ac a call.
- 1 J.JEJMiV
JAMES RORO & CO.,
COMMISSION MERC IX ANTS,
XO. 2 nOWARD'S BOW, MBMPHIS, TBXX.
J. JACOBI & CO.,
(Xo. 336 itain, bet. Union and Gayoso-sts .)
Importers and Manufacturers ol
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CWtBTASTLT onnand. a large aaaortsient of toe most
farorue brands, at mot erate pi ices.
A. J. "WALT & CO.
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
" AKD DEALERS IN ALL EIDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner ef Main and Union Sts.,
HATE always as hand a Will and rarefnHy selected
stock of articles in their line, which they will sell at
the lowest current prices.
-2 uraers promptly aiied with dispatch.
J. V. FUSSElila,
oeS8-tf MEMPHIS, TESX.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, SoaD and Candle
141 Main street, Meiniihis. Tenn.
i in a nisneei maraei pncea paia xor rongn ana renuena
J Taflow, Ijird and S.ap Grease. sov2 lr
GANDEE, Mil & CO.,
TixxxTi.nzry 23t, 1857.
XKllgWnrflrr cant Li the public we tender our ate
rd its during tho past year, a.TTotiit 1.'"
furhisb ourcustomers the lajsww, w"'
BEST SKLBCTKD STOCK fl" ,n "i the Southern
Our Senior partner wiu oe .u! '"
market, and will keep us fully suppHttf with every desira
ble style of
Staple end Eancy Dry Goods, &c.
n-. m mukf tome of the best brands ef DO
MESTICS, OSXABL'RGS, ice, which we oner at Factory
OAS.DE3 MIX & CO.,
Wholosalc and Retail Dealers in
g$,O0T ST M OH 3
OARrCTSaT:, . CtOTBOQSG,
MILLINERY GOODS, &C,
JaWlawSm 2 MAIX-ST-, MBMrniS, TEXX.
J. B. SHAEPE,
.Vo. 25 2I&Mtort-tl., between Front Row and Slain,
WOULD laspsctlully inform the raerehnts of Mem
pbte aad sarrowilng eoaBiry, that he has Just re
taraed fr.,m the cities of VlrfinU, whore he estaWlshefi
a permanent Agency fT the sale of all grades of Vlrgai
ia Tvatrct, aad iateads to keep constantly on banJ t
stock eoaal to the demand, at manufacturer-.' prices.
Being fully able to onip-te with tbe New Turk, Ba'.tl
more, Cincinnati and New Orleans markets, he invites,
the attention t all dealers In the above article to tL
stock before purchasing elsewhere. -,-.
ecSt-dicw tr J R.SHARPe..
A. r. MCAJE ...T". S. WILLIAMS.
McCANS & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to TVheat ic Taylor,)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Duvall's BlniTa, Arkansas,
At the crsasisw of the Memphis and Little Reck Reil-
read on li'Mte River.
mnriM ennMastSv an hand Sugar. Coffee, Salt,
I Ftear. Matosees. and an ott r articles nsaaHy kejit
tTaGrecery. which they wtB s l low for cjah sr a
chance fer HMes. Purs and Pettrtcs, or any other artirje
- - a tKs alrV"t .
S3- Goods destined for Iattle Rock or the adjacit
countieo pred to Dnvall's BtutTs, will be forwarded
tmmediateiv. as there are always wagons and teams in
resritHMos to ha"! to any point
cB JS IF9 G O 0 1$ 8
VTe ar now reoeiviag aad epemng our
FaSi and Winter
T) T?. Y GOODS,
COKSlStlXG of every variety of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goads assully kept in this market. Superfine Biack
aadBtae Cloths, Casshneres. Doeokms, Cloaks, Msntillas,
ui velvet Shawls. t-e latest tyle; Ladies'
r, '.. .r . sanerler aaality; Crave Shawls, a
larste M. of BUnkeU. Xegro Cloth, Brogane, Ready Made
CtOthiag, Boots as. Shoes, Rata, and a variety of artlcier,
too numerous to mention.
All I ask is, "Come one, osme all," a&d examine my
stock, before making your purchases. I bought on the
. k- nj ,m dctermiaed that none s&U un-
detseH me. I shall adopt the Cash Ststeh, etcspt to
punaualaealers. A. u. jjuai,
Ko. S77 Main strut,
ctI3-Jtwawm 014 Stand of Pergason k Xeal
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
Mu-XIj V ACT
No. 6G Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
KKBPSoousUntlyonhxnd, BOOTS and
SHOES, of his own nyie, also of other &fi 1
f Rl mansilaetorets. ne ktTps. also. Leather,
C3.T-.rvi it.n.r rir Skins. French and u
. . r.hm Trunks. Carpet lilgs anuta
srt . 11 . ' rt - .
rThieb he wll sel. as cheap as any in this
markeL Give hUA a call before purchasing elsewhere.
A. gTKSST & CO.,
St AXTJFACTCRERS OF ALL KttDS OP
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
XTtrr COJSTS. esse,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
augl2 MEMPHIS, TEXX.
smith- . nAMtHEAII.
s ttorvet AT LAW. Memrhls. Tenn. Offlce In the
, third story.
Post Omce liiocx, over Ayu; o w
lv. it. I.. l.ASiLI.
-r iTV u.erphiri.n .ml ni.ectar of several Hopltali
JLf in ftennany, member of dine rent Medical Societies
in Xew Tork has located in the city of Memphis, and ot
ters his services to the pabiic at Physician, Acconcher,
.rut .at .11 ArutrallAfia In A lreerv.
ITS- OOce on Washington street, between Jfaln and
v Tfftr:T.iVTlKE. Baa., has removed his Law Ofli
:rrl '-t-jiv,.cin-ml Oommlsslen House .of-Fowlkes,1
Mount Co., oa Jefferson street, between the Post Otace
and Main ttreei. '" "
E. SI. APPERSOS....C. DELOACI DAVID ABASH
E. M. APPERSOA" & CO.,
Commission itFonrardlng Mcrchauts,
AND DEALERS IS
BAGGING, EOPE, GROCERIES, &c.
Mu.borjtuxTXon, and 6 JEFFERSOX-ST ,
P iR?1CI7?;AR "nt PW to Storing, Shirmnz and
PRATT'S COTTON GIXS.
nAts '.or ,b ,aV of D- ntATT'S celebratM
COTTON G1K3 hKh have betn to f,T0Wy tjxwn for
the last number of yrirj. Persons r lshiDg to parcbase
are reqaetted to oaH and examine tUem. All Gins are
sold under a loll goarant y.
SII'S3 -. T..X.A PPERSOX Jt CO.
S3 nony Sorinrs. !ll,s.. Tihims r:rmi. uiu tt
paUlcan; Panela, Miss .Star; linn grille, Ala , Advo-
lu.vuuiun, ah . f.oqairer; uromitTlUe, Tenu,
-' 'i jiiomni. joa genu bull to Ints otace.
HI. HOPKINS & ,co.,
f Succettort to Poirell t- Co..)
ftU. iA UIOA STREET,
sepl7-ly ygr ORLEAXS, JA.
WILDS VERKOA, I
1 W. A. EH YAK,
( PI. 5. BRTAIf,
Late of Panola, Miss. Late of LaQrange, Tenn.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
6 rrcnt Rew, orer Iricham tc GalLraith's,
TJAKTJCDLAR attention pill to Snrlnr, Sbipplag asd.
.iiiuk voiuja. l aarces oo cenis per bale.
53" All cotton sent to tu will be covered ; InEurasce,
we iminiiiB'- lunirattra, togZ
T. R. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 X-2 Front How,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
Xew Orleans, lj.
N. c. SNIDES,
WALKER & SNIDER,
ot t on I? act ot s
No. 123 Canal Street,
JalylS-dawly XEW ORLEAXS, Li.
S. SI. GATES.
GJiTES & WOOD,
COTTON FACTORS, GROCERS,
Produce and Genaral Commission
2VE 3S 21. 0 J3i 2L ONT T S3 .
3 IMioa Street, betteeen Afcis and Front lUru,
wis Til er ww- aia
A FTKR an active application to bu lines s, for over
XL eieven years, we, for the nrst time, solicit the pa
tronage of our friends lu the capaciy ot Cotton Factors
w e reel ronaaent of our ability to please such as may
tuuBur loeir ousiness 10 ourcnarge. uur stock of Bag
glbg, Hope and General Supplies will not be excelled In
the city. Carh advances, or acceptances, will only be
mane on cwuisnmenis in store, insurance on (joiton or
other Produce, in store, will only be effected upon actual
instrnctisns, or when under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured wblie in
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on
me race or dhis laaing.
To all our friends who have so llberallv natmniced n
during years rust, we shall offer the same Inducement as
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
lunlJ-diwly GATES it WOOD.
WARD LAW HOWARD.......... WM. T. HOWARD.
W. EOWARB & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
a orwartiing iuercuants,
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW. MEMPHIS.
-TV BALERS in Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mc-tisi-i"
"Yjixi -i'l Vs t e'r, and 'Groceries geaefaHy. A leva
stock bow en hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
S3"Cosh advances made on Cottons In store for sale or
shipment. All Cottons insured unless otherwise instruct.
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers aH Cotton con
signed to ns by water ; also, the risk of Fire while In
asore, unssM otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
ad selling uouqbs, me same as .
y.arsnast fifty cent per bale. lulygQ
.J. 21. BEID.
B. REID & BROs,
no T-nnXT ROtv. MEMPHIS. TEXX.
t LL Gotten sent to our address Insured, unless lnttruc-
r tieas to the contrary are receiveu. tianiauoa
onicrs KMwith tare. Stare and Sell cottsn at miy
cent per bale.
T. I. AYDLETT & CO.,
SO. 6b GRAVIER-ST., SEW OBLKARS.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
X0 23 FROST ROtV, MEMPHIS,
TTTII.L make cash advances oo all Cotton or otner rro
W doe shipped to T. P. Aydleti & Co., Xew Orl'ans.
, L. BEASLET A. W.LOTISO.
BEASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
XO. 14 FROXT E0W, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE Hockof Rope and Bagging always on hand.
Charges flftj rents per halo, if. other Produce at
naual r&ees. lattrocUons strictly obeyed, onl prompt
r-mltance. All Pioduce Insurttl, unless otherwise In
straeted. aug20 dawly
CUDDY, BROWIa" & GO.,
OTT ON FACTORS
3 CAMP STREET, XKW OKLK A SS
CASnadvxnefsmideonallCotuji or olMarPrndnce
cttMtgnjd as above, by MILKS OW EX.
Jf. JL. Parsers
Cotton Factor & Commission .uercuani,
Hosby c Hunt's New Bloc,
Up Stairs, Xo. 17 1-2 IJfpnt uov,-, Memphis.
IWILL pay particular atftntlen to Oiling orders for
Groceries, Bagging and Rope, ix.
IMly Sp legs, miss.
MASON, BOONE NORYELL,
Commission & Forwarding 3Ierc3;ants,
No. lGlMain-St., Hompliis, Tenn.
BiGGiXG, Hope, Jesu, Lir.seys, and a general stock
of Plantation Supplies constantly on hand.
No. 5 Monroe Street, let. Front How &Main,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale aad shipment ct
Cotton and other Produce.
Ragging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices.
T. 1. DAVIDSON. -J. B. ELLIS.......A. C. BLAIB
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
So. 21S Main Street, Xatt tide between Jefferton end
Adam, MemphU, Tenn.
OPE. Bareine and Plantation Supplies always on
Laths and Shingles.
BOGERT& WITT are still making Laths, and are al
ways prepared to suptly the public with tbe best ar
ticle at reduced prices. They are al'o mtklng Shingles,
anil will keep a supply constantly on hand. Mill on Wolf
river, above the Rayon. Jnly 18, '58-ly
Ragging, Rale Rope and Twine,
tONSTAXTLT' On'bandandfor sale by 1
octSS atonree street.
WALKER & BROTHERS,
No. 79 Front Row,
MAXDFACTDRERS OP CLOTIIIXG,
AIID WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AA'D FANCY
Ivy Goods, Wools Ai Sliocs,j
ARE Jast recelvlne and t peninir a ipkndld asrortmrnt
of Sprioc and Summer Goods, to -which tbey call the
eepectal attention of Coastrr Slercnanti and Hirer Tra
cers. Oar facilities are such as to compete wlin any, and
to undersell a good many. Plvate call and si e.
C. r. 21. N0LAND.
A. S. IIUET
NOIiAND & CO.,
fTy JVTTTT AT A TD XT m
UllilX JLHAJj r iTl'i l I
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
REFER TO J. Enox Walker, lilies Owen and Cspt.
Cbsrley Church. feb7-tf
J3"Xews, Enaulrer and Fowlkes" Express copy tin
E. W. RUCKER,
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
OrFERS his serrlces lo the public and will gire
prompt attention to any business connected with his
vocation. He may be fonnd at bis office on the writt
side of Villi street, stath of Union, (Canovan's Build
ing,) Xo. 33G, unless absent in pr .fessional business.
J. EChalwick, nenryG. Smith,
J. SI. Prwrtne, Rebe-tson Tepp,
B BWsH!l, Puilip n. TLtmpsm,
John S. Claybrook. fobS-Iy
A. VACCARO & CO."
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS. TENN.
CHANDLER fic C0.3
Druggists and Apothecaries,
atiin ifrf, next door to Odd Feltowt' Hall,
XJaHVX sETEtlS UST
PORE DRUGS AM) HIEDICIXES,
inEHICALS, Snrgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
J Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff. Tobacco and Cigars.
Brandies and Wines.
X3T Every article sold by us warranted as represented,
subject to be returned at our expense. JuIyS-ly
AKD DEALER 19
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry,
C0RXER OP MAIX AXD ADAMS-STS.,
TAKES this method of Informing his friends.
and the public generally, that he has moved from
his old stand to the corner of Main and Adams
streets, where he will take pleasure In exhlLltlni
a new and choice lot of JEWELRT, to those who maj
favor him with a call, and will be pleased to execute all
orders for repairs In his line. He hopes, by hsnesty. In-
tegrlty, and his efforts to please, to gain the confidence
and liberal patronage ot all who may find It convenient tt
visit his establishment.
S3" All orders for repairing In every branch of my bn
slneis promptly attended to. aug2l-ly
WORTH of new and seasonable
CLOTHIXG and FURXISHIXG
UOOD3, at actual cottfor cath.
Owing to a change in our business, we offer at actual
cost for cosi and cath only, our entire stock of Clothing
and Fnrnl.lilnff l?,wtff 1, 11i.ln.ln.i mM.t
up, and to do so the stock must be sold, persons lnwant
ot Goods In our line, will nnd It to
0 their advantage to
give us a call. - KELLER &JOHNSOX.
Xo. 3 Clark's Marble Block.
Janl-3tn 272 Main street.
w Enquirer cor,y three months.
TTAVIXG rtduced their prices to correspond with the.
H ra.t r.t Sittnetre. continue to offer their
well known brands of KLKCTR10 1XDIAX B1FLE and
KEXTDCKT RIFLE POWDER In kegs and ca -lsters.
Also, Gun Powder for Blasting and Mining, comprising a
full as rtnunt of qualities and kinds required by the
trade, guarantied to give entire satisfaction.
The standard of their Powder, which has now enjoyed Ihe
highest rerntatlon lor more than twenty-five years,, wll.
be found unsnrpisstd by-any other m.nnfacture of the
1 For MteirthUctty by GATES & WOOD, Agents and
at the tfilcc ot the Compaty. Xo.,89 WaH. fcorntr Water
street Xew Tork. A. G. HAZARD, PrcsWent.
A E. Docolass, Sec'y raa.o-d6m
E. BREATH ETT STOSEB.
L THOMPSON & CO.,
(SUCCESSOZS TO E. R. RACISr )
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Vine Ki-andlcs, Wines,
Havana Clg ar s ,
AN THE riNEST QUALITV OP
YSHGIM5 A TOBACCO,
JEFFERSOX STREET, (Breathett St Stoner's Building,)
Between Mai 1 aad Second.
r5T RECEIVE D Brandies, nenry Monnle Co., 181k
OM Castlllon, IS15: Old Lamonde, 1S29;
Old Ruchell, an I dlff'tent braodiogs.
Wines, Champagne and Claret ;
Old South siJf Maderla, Topat Sherry ;
Ch.nipagne, Fleur de Booey, Crlam do;
Crescent, O-ivier OM Champerttn BergundyJ
Old Tleux Cap Sparkling Bergundy ;
Clsrets, ChaUux Margeaux, Latour Glass Stopper;
LsSte, SL Estphe. and other biands, too numerous
Scotch Ale, London Porter ;
Fancy Groceries, &c, &c feb25-dCm
53" Holly Springs Democrat copy three months, and
ceari Mil to this offlce for collection.
TnE naderugned, at Treent representing the houst
ot BREWER Jc CALDWELL, Xew Tork, will mati
liberal Cssh Ad r noes on Cotton consigned to thesi lov
ssle. Apnlj at tT Front Row, up stairs.
aep27-tf WM. H. JIPLL.
iTrxAsrstoLi r. it. Williamson.
and Retail dealers 111
Chma.Gla. anl Earth
enware, French and
German Vases, Silver,
Silver Plated, German
Silver and Brltanla
Ware, Fine Table Cut
lery, &i ,
1S3 Main Street,
Also Loo', lng Glassf",
Ijwk ng Glass Pistes,
Tea Trays. Parlor
Gitoudoles, c, &c
G. B. liOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
HEAL ESTATE BEOEEB,
83 MAIX STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
Tt ARTICULAR attention to sales ot City or Country
jf Property. Xegroes, Merchandise, of every description.
Furniture, Lana scrip anu n ariauio, "--o -
Leasing Property, etc
Storage and Consignments soiioiieu.
tt.,-1.. - i.nnrl fi. serriccs of Mr. J. H. CALDWEIX,
an old and exparlenced Auctioneer, late of Huntsvllle, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
siius of every description. Liberal Cash Advances
hade on Consignments.
133torsge snd consignments soucii.
PT s I am Agent for The Adams Express Company.
Valuable Negroes for Sale.
n. TH1RTT XEGROES Just arrived from Kentucky
5& and Virginia, among the number three gd Me
ff chanlcs. K. B. F0RRKST,
,. marT-tf Xo. 87 Adams street.
O Pl BELS. Powdered Sugar;
AiU 25" Crushed
10 boxes Loaf
3 tierces of Rlc-,
10 bLU. Porter and Ale,
Which we offer unusnsllv low to the trade.
DOUGHEETT & AYDLETT,
febH Xo. 23 Front Rew.
TUST received, per steamer Simons!, and for sale low
t to tne traue
200 sacks CoSee ;
.25 " Java Coffee;
10 " Mocca "
D0UGHERTT k ATDLKTT,
febH Xo. 23 Pront Row.
rTtHKco-partnershln heretofore existing between Drs.
J. K.P. WATSOX &A. L. EIMBRO, has been dis
solved by mutual content. Dr. Kimbro settles tha old
" X. B Dr. KIMBRO will continue business at tbe old
offlce, on union street . Jan2t-daw3m
TrpHRKE nUXDRED boxes, H and Sboxi8Far' Can:'
A dies, itr caie oy, . -r.-
Corner of Main and Adams street.
TIIIS noose is situated in the centre of bnsiness. air
Is now flni shed and In complete order. Tho Proprietor
pledges hJitself it stall not be surpassed by any House in
the Son!! west.
Being grateful for the Terr liberal patronage bestowe.
on him for the last two years, be hopes by a street alien
nuu u, Business to merit a contineaoce of the same.
o07-" J. J. W0R3KAM. Prbprletor
C0RXER FROXT HOW AXD JEPFERS0X ST3.
rjiniS establishment has Jnst undergone toorouzh re
A pairs in erery department. Rooms newly pala'ed
""wrai oeaaing uoronKniy renoratea; there is net
uuuress tnat is not new or equal to new; carpeu
CI rT at In.one Tora lbe " is new In de-
O r"rvS5"r oner man it u ever been sincaltwa
- - uuus. , ery grairini for tbe liberal Datronice ta ih
ioc i nave occuptat it, and baring renewrd two
leases, one on the Honse, the other upon ray age, I bor
w sawro tVtiTc mwrc aivruoHm uiaa ntreiorore. itxr
tAtjuriiuiun io maEe mj sum OMafortaaw.
y-tt D. COCERKLL, Proprietor
ON UNION STREET,
mnE subscriber respectfully Informs his old friends and
j au. me puHtc, that he has opened a new Itestan
rant on Union vtreet, wfcere he is prepared to furnish
the best Viands that can befnntul In r. .rV.t ,
In the best Parisian styles. Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
water Pish, Birds In fact, everything suited
to the duett and most delicate epicurean taste.
Glit'tx a call I bate aixert rooms for the ao
coDusodaUcn of Private Parties. I wilt not be outdone
iu auj urancn connected with my business.
fetSO-tf GPS. DUMPER WO LP.
Corner Slain and Jackson-sts.,
THIS wsll known notl, having changed hsnils,
and been thoroughly repaired, and provided with
new Ftrnlture. is nowocen for th
lion or Hoarders and Travelers
Tilt public may rest assnrtd that every exertion will
be made on the part of the Proprietor to render this
ueusececon'l to none In West Tennessee, navlng active
uu .umii.c nrvaius, aiM a table always furnished with
the best the country affords, he confljently relies upon
vl.lnfentl a.tl..-,L. . . - . .. - .
. . w my xavor mm wita
tnelrpatroaage. WM. E. BEXXETT,
tlSti1 T3m Proprietor.
3 Enquirer copy.
WORSHAH HOUSE COXFECTIOXERY.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IX
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie Wor-
T7EEP3 constantly on band a large assortment of Green
j.a. auuisryrruiis,rnitstn their own Juice, JeHles.
..i..., wiiuiura, ifusiers, opicea ana jficsiea oys
ers, Pickles, Corditu, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Xuts. tc. '
-1 R T B In connection with this esLib-
aV ZZA't JV "'hm11' I hav fitted up an Oyster
v t i rl saioou, arra wiu ruelre FRESH
i o o o 1 3T t K3 0 v every packet.
novlg-dly g, p. BRICHETTO
P. H. HEINRICH & BR0.,
297 MAIX STREET,
KEEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIX
and FAXCT OAXDIES. CAKES, Fruits, Preserves.
etc., wholesale and retail
c ic aiso prvpaxra to inr-
nlsh parties at the shortest notice
I.N connection with this we
open our LADIES' and
GEXTLEMEXS' 0TSTER SA-
l" -fsfiV frnm Q nV a w if
r. sr., and are receiving during the whole season.
FRESH OTSTERS by every st-am. r. We solicit a shsre
of the tuMlc patronage. nov2-d6m
GARVIN, BELL & CO.,
NOS. 442 and 444 Afn5n-st . r,nnie.viile Vv
uujai.i: DEALEBS IN
STAPLE AXD FAXC DRY GOOD55.
rti .ml fliie.1 nn tit bnuse adtstnlng their old stand.
as a SILK AXD FAXGT DRT GOODS AXD VARIKTT
S rORC, and made large additions to their usual Stocks
In those lines. They particularly Invite attention to
their extensive and varied assortment of
Their Stock In this line Is all of their own manufacture,
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 uraiers, ibu w iuu
pledee themselves to sell a. low as siml'ar Goods can bo
bought In the Eastern markets. mai7-da2m
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AXD BOOK TRIXTIXG PAPER,
AXD DEALERS IX
PAPERS OP Alils KINDS,
477 Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
H. FITZOERALD...Cf!AS. C. BILL..J. WUUUWUBIJi.
II. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Sue c titan to Park, Simpton 4- Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealer s3
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 02 Pront Bow, Memphis,
B. W. ALEXANDER
............It. J. LANSING.
XOS. C3 AXD 60 LOCUST STitKKT,
J. J. Kurphy, Memphis ; Cook Co., Memphis f
Barnett & Walktr, Todd K Geyer,
Charles l'ottei, " febS-fim
JAMES IsOW & CO.
41S Main Street, Louisville, Ily.,
RE now receiving their Stock of Dry Gtods for ths
nLCori'iE" Spring Sales, to Thleh they invite tho atten
tion ot dealers. Their purchases of American domestli
goods have beer mad under the most fivorable ctrcum
tances. fcr ca h, befere the advance, which wilt ena
ble them to fclT-r lmloceni-nts i the parcbase of these
grods not to be surpassed by any dry goods conotrn In
the United States.
We natter ourselves to be able to sell Domestic Goods
Hully as low as they can, at preiwut, be purchased irom
th Dry Irooas tmmisston nouses in 100 Ksstem mar
kets. We will have on hand of our own direct Importa
tion from Europe, a large and well-selected stock -of Jac
onets, Swiss Mulls, Xainsook.Mu lins, Cambric, Linen,
liambric. Handkerchiefs. Hosiery, Gloves, Englls 11 Black
Blaik and White, ami Black and Gray Prints, French
Plat Prints English 4-lths, Purple aad Chocolate Prints,
tog' ther with a lull assortment of Goods suitable for
men's wear Examine our slock before making: your pur
chases, and you will find tbat we have mads, no state
ments that we aro not fully able to make good ftb7-12n;
KRAD-T & DAVIE?;"
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Illain Street, Louisville, K.y..
"S.fAXUFACTUTtER'S Agents for Machine Hope, Rag.
1VJL glng, Jeans, Linseys, he. Jsn23-Iy
1. smith. ...n. r. gcthhie....geo. 3. bowland.
SMHII, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign antl Domestic Limrors,
AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobaoco,
No. 56t Main Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
C. St. HABVEV Tt. B. ILARVET.
C. Iff. KARTEY & CO..
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
XO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLE AXS.
OUR personal attention
will be given to the Sale or
Forwarding nf Goods or,
Produce censimed to our1
SfV address. We will contract Freight on the
above far re-shlpment either by sal! or steam ves sels, at
We have hsd several years' experience la our jnarxei
In the purchasing ot Staples and assorted Merchandise.
TtEFER TO Cook J. O. GllfflnB fc Bi-O , P"
Si Strange, Hannah &. Shanks. iecl2-lr
WATT C. BRADFORD
'S Q D0Z. Crucibles, Xos. IS to 40;
1 IS Circular Saws. tS to 0 Inches ;
300 bbls. Xewark Cement ;
200 " Plaster Paris ;
A good stock ot Gum Bolting ;
Files of a superior quality, all sixes ;
French Burr Mill Stones, all sizes ;
A larga lot superior Belting Cloth;
For sale low at the Union Foundry, Popla street.
.. Choice Irish. Potatoes.
'-I'DYVSaCKS fort ale by
X 17 ' B. MERRILL,
No. sUourca strest.
$Iar.laftoit Sujylws, (Bfr
S. B. WIlililAittSOIV,
(zucctuorio iVUliamtorx f Hancock,)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES
itavana Cigars c.
IS FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
VUMkegsXo. 1 Leaf Lard:
" ""Sugar-cured i-.am, ;
, ;s Shot, assorUd sues :
100 ti!s Whisky.
TIHE subscribera ke
Wheat Pans and Threshers ;
B. Carver & Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins :
Waons, Xorthern and Southern manufacture:
Bacon, hog-round; 1 '
Plour, 3alt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead ;
Brandies and Wines, superior article :
Llms, Cement an1 Plaster Paris:
Tecether with .1 .:
sJlr rent I, . n . .V aroaes usu-
GWTXXE -V cirwv
Xos. 1 sad 2 Exchange BniidtnT-
if9 GOOD 8 '
AT THE '
EMPOEIUM OF PASHIOTT.
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
ana Jiantilla EstaDlishmrnt.
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
n r. are now receiving and opening one of
French Mlllinerv and Pan n n 1.
W WtT Also, a V3r select assort-
ws, entire'y new, Silks. Cash-
xirl. , V. . r'm iuu iveniag Urts.rs.
Wecall aartlcular auentlon ti nnr vim.,. .
meet, consutlnz of nheniii u... .. - . .
Satin, SUk. Grecian", IUJlan iud Engliiih BCnoets ; Plow
w7iti"J i"'1 Bfl Tells aad Wreaths, $5,000
and .7.; n,';..".' "reiiaiu.e
. """.at aba4 mKJKB Ul
Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladles' Cloth and Teivtt for Cloaks, Dress Caps. HeaS.
Dresses. Ladles' and Ml.-,' Shots, Corsets, KM Gloves!
Purs. TrimralBF. t .11 .1 .1.1 . VJ " ."WT""
X. B. ErabrolderlBg and Stamping done, Cloaks anf
rV. .Z Xr """" v m iag eisewnere.
iiuia me country promptly attended to
X. STILLMAX CO.
ETCIIAVARIVE & "broT"
SITfJATED in Fort Pickering, on the
TTnrn l,t. Xt.A v. . . " j
".". uiib du nimi - nne r-
.wiiiueui 01 SUSUSSE1T In
partment, couslstlng in part of
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, IVcctarlncs. -fen.
-ilT' RfP)erStr'"erry and Grape Vines, In va
p,,',nlT'n1M,e?d ,nPI"" KvergreeVs.Gree'u Howe
PlanU, Bulbous Roots, Rtnba: j and Asiaragus.
Orders from a dlstasos. imnmnuj -1,Z
fr.?" .7 !?!!aUe nerchlnt Memphis, will be rune
in5 iw,'?td ,0' Wts guarantied to'oX
We attend to arranifnz and Uvinrorr n.i.. .
or ce.mtry, at the shortest notice.
BTCHAVABXK it BR0.
JBrn-.r.C!Rlri5LJ0' tte flnnef Mooney
Also. Brnberry, Strawberry and Grape Tines. In va
rieties, with a good supply ot Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually
attended to. and all plants guarantledto order and de
livered any pait of the city, free of charge.
Xursery on Main street, South Memphis.
octlt-d6m Receiver of M.wney & Green.
"WUEATOX'S NIJMERT. T
TO HORTICULlURISTS AND PLANTERS.
o, I would respectfully remind the citizens
Jat of Memphis and su-rounding country thst
T? season lor transplanting rruit ana ui-
namentai trees is fast approaching, ureal
additions have been made In every depnt-
nem. more particularly amorg Fruits. A more select
and varied collection has never been offered far sale In
the Southwest, consisting In partot over one hundred
Catawba, Isabella, phi., Scuppernong, California, etc
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Gooseberries, etc; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
Pecans. Chesnuts.etc. etc.
Green-house plants. Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a 'ditlon to tbe above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Bulbs, ot all kinds. In consequence ot having to
move most ot my stock on hand, I will sil It very low.
Purchasers may rely on everything being what It Is
represeuted, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden and Xursery, near the
RiUroad Debit, or addressing
oclI-dSm S. M. WHEATOX.
P. S. During my abvnce from the city, all orders win
meet with prompt attention If left at tha store of J.
WlWberger. S. M. W.
THE un-'ersigrml, having been qualified as Adminis
trator ot JOHX A. GARR1SOX, dee'd. at tbe March
Term, 1857, of the County Court ot Shelby, notifies s'l
perscus ln-KOted to sail accessed to maxe tmmeaiaio
payment and thong having claims against said decedent
are r quested to present them In the 'ime and as the lsw
directs, or they will be for ever barred.
marS dim JAMES K. bAKiuauH, Aam-r.
SIX PIANOS from the world-renowned
manufacturers, -Messrs. Chlckerlng
Sons, the original Jonas duck-ring, were
shipped to us on the 27th of Februaty, per
ship Slalibar, and will be received In a few days, which
.h..r Affe for sale at the manufacturers' nriees. ex
penses ot transportation added only.
McKlXXET & CO.,
1-atlO 1W Main street.
Hallett. Davis & Co.'s Pianos!
aiAlb&A gi I1HM. umiciij pvfuii
Plsno Fortes five now In store and eleven
to arrive per ships liiatrat&s and Aiara
tAonaud bark Allot all sf which Till be
so!d at extremely short proQts by
Tcnvnti.Rncon & Co.'s Pianos!
1 LluniaiXiri jruuwiiiiu
j uf acturrrs, seven now on hand, the balance
J shipped lasttnnth per ships nctjour-;
1 and SArppari Knapp. These pianos are
so well known In Memphis and the surrounding "p?"
that w. can afford and will sell them at less pries i than
heretofore. rasrlO "",al1
Albert W. Ladd & Co.'s Pianos!
v- n tst s vnQ fmm tr to m nn fa rt nrr
Xa lUlil Aa' x i .iv
Jot Messrs. A W. Ladd Co . Boston,
f shipped on the ship Marathon. These
1 Pianos will oe uue dcio uen wcv, auu
PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSE.
SActors, talco KTotico.
miiRiio'Intltiinlliifls; leased the spacious Cotfen
I ii'irrAAtii- corner ot Monroe and Third streets.
lately occupbd by Messrs. Chapman & eo., are prepared
to Store Uulton, nais.y, oaiw, ui uv aciuuuuw
renerally, upon lavoraurc icrca
fens-bm i. . ... uw.,...
QAYOSO SAVINGS INSMTTJTIOIT,
SAYINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
No. 26 Madison Street.
THIS Institution, having been organised uncsr a charier
r ran ted by the General Assembly of the State of Ten-
. frv. Ti:-4... ...r Ine
nessee, is now icuj . u. wu,uv... vuw.- v. -ensuing
year are : .,,
FRAX M. Wilms, auu-ai a. iuuii,itiii.
ri r ICI T1SS. B. M. AVERT. CatMcr.
By the charter, married women snd children may de
nn.it all sums ol not less than SI per week, subject only
te their control. Interest allowed on all deposits for
more than four months, at six per cent, per annum. Ex
change on Xew Tor and Xew Orleans. Collections made
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Tenn . Dee. 7th, 1S5S. ly
WE are manufacturing the "Bolivar" and ' Livings
ton" Ploughs" Persons wanting them win give us
call. A. STRBET CO.,
-lebS-cUwam ?oplsr trtet.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
li lV.ulvoatl from Culro!
To Ciicafo Direct in Sixteen Ilourt, vithout Break
J sir uwiwe or uart or Eeaaaae
BRAXC1I FROM CKXTR ALIA IS XOW PIXI3HED
Th a. shoneOiBg the time to sateen hours to Chicago.
AT-Chseago, connect Ifig with Michigan Central Cars
leaving the same Depot, fr Detroit. XUzaraPalla
'"V'f- Tork. Time from Cairo to Xer
lZ!?n2T'Jl' fyfcfct, with Lake
Sheboygan. Jul. and wlthii T" . ..
wrtTi;' -perior. CoiMag
'Vaias leave Cairo Eve if nrrinT . v :
lowiz t' " -"--ar-
6:06 a. si.. Chicaxo aGdrneclMth v .
ns Train Connects at Chicago with Xew Tork LiehU
?I.rif entral JUilrwul- rough U tbirty-we bourT
r.n. 1 of as. uis ana vtneennes; t
rasa, with Traina ef t-. ir..-
Louu Railroad, for Indiana!. 1 .JZ'ZZSJzLZ?-
sitl:ilTw.i,.. i.v .r u B-
J-ST'i littercoimectlcg wltb TraMs to as
HeW.Xapies, Rock Isla-VBurtlngton and OulntV.
" Saturdays excepted.
Stoopiuj only t i-BDortsat M.ti, ivl..
Dsnl-lth, iBdmring at Chicago it 2 r. sr
Passngera:or the Uooer Jtibuivi ,u x.m
toth, steamers of the DunH.ih and Minaewta Packet
Oemoany. readvtoteavo on . -., T7l!T. -1
Trato for Le Crosse. Redwg, St. rlll l rZn
for Jane.Tllb - n.l . . ..
nectat Freeport with. Trxlua u Beieit aau JanesviBe' atw
rrctn ta.Tce to Madison and rntr7, V37irL5,,
The Maps and Charts iBdicaiiag tke Great Osursl
Route to the X irth and P...t a .1-. . J!
Celton'.Mapof the United States, aaTpaser.',"
requested to exaaune this route as weu aTthii.,
lime cards of tbe ccrmeetiiur n.rf. ..
selves as to the correctness of thzk 1 T"
l'v!???' B.f" Ca.ro W
-s a ipeeoy ana afreet means af
coramunicaUoo between Ihe Upper Lakes and Rivers, ami
the Lo-er Mississippi, aSbrds to the pleasure travetaT
a well as the basutess man, attractkes and faetltties
forreaching the Xorth and East, wen iiI.!
nfJ!r.vr0rlM WBtT- The aeooaesedatlens fur
nisied By the Comnanv br . ... .v. . :
ellng publfc. tha penaanetey of the road and structure
the strength and elegance of the Engines and Oars. nm-
'"T yoa OXE TEAR, with the privilege
of laygover atauy point, can be had at MiptS?
Cairo, al at the principal RiU,oad 0ees oa the Hse '
Innt-lv WILLIAM MORIX, Agent.
0-0Sce.Xo. 15 Jeffern street. Uem'-
EAST AND NORTH.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
JtC v5C JL Jb tt O e? 9
RAILROAD connexions direct f-um MEMPHIS to
Xew Tork Phuade.ohi. r,ii. .
t uy, Ricbnsond, Charleston, and Savannah
THROUGH TICKETS sold to tke following points
...suiiiic, iusiianocga. Aueuau. niuriuius wii...
Savannali -"""w'i, as, tia., Macoa, aad
THKOUGU TO XASUTILXE IX S HOURS,
Through Ticket Office at ue Rn .i n.,
phis, Tenn., P M. PA1TBRSOX. Agett . '
Tickets always good.
Fare as low as by any other nrst-da roete.
For Passengers, a new rants t .,j i..ie-
KRX and ATLAXTIC CITIES nn.,,.... ' , rr'I
and safety-direct and expediM..us, with eeanectiona sase
Passbsg though slave territory, perfect security is Uiered
for tbe conveyano of servants
Fvr FREIGHT from .New Tork, and other Eastern eHtes.
by s earners to Charleston or Savannah, and railway di
rect to Memphis. The aLeatioa of Southern and Western
Merchants ts sa led to this roete, belag as cheap, and
mere expeditious, than any other '
inreusQ rates and conneetieos eatabtisbed
The ADAMS EXPRESS COMPAXT ts now in coaaec-
Also connects at Grand Junction WHS xae anascssivv.
Central Railroad to Hotty Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Can
ton, Jackson, Sic, &c.
Also connects at Grand Junction Station wish Tsnaes
see Central Railroad to Bolivar, and Jackson.
Also connects at Pocahontas with Trl-Weokly Line 01
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc Aberdeen and Columbus,
The ACCOMMODATION TtvAli leaves jiempnis
DAILT (except Sandays) at 5 r. sf.. (2:30 Memphis
line.) for Junction with the Mississippi Central and Ten
nessee Central Rai. roads. SuiiervlBe and intermediate
Baczase checked to all stations oa the Railroad, ana
no Baggage will be received without being checked.
EachDassenzerwBl be allowed seven ly-nve pounds or
baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage; bat no
article will be earned as baggage inai is nei mcmeai 10
the person of the passenger. In case of less the Com
pany will hold themselves responsible for an amount net
Passengers are requested to purcnaae nans oerere en
tering the cars, and save payment ot extra fare.
Xegroes, when traveling atone, must have a permit, na
ming the point to which they are to go, and specifying
that they are to travel by raHroad, or they will not be
carried. Xo ticket will be sold them, nor wUl they be re
ceived on the ca-s, unless their owner or sgent be present
or known to the llcket Ageat and Conductor, or other
person to Touch tor genuineness ot permit.
General Superintendent, nuntsville, Ala.
serin B. ATRE3.
Superintendent of Transportation, Memphis,
Notice to Owners & Agents of Negroes
TRAVELING BT THE
Memphis and Charleston Bailroad.
ON and after MARCH 29th. Xenroes traveling alone
on the Cars of this Company must have a Permit,
snecif rise they are to travel by Railroad
Their owner or his ageat must be present to proenre
ihe ticket, and to nlace the Xegro aboard the cars; r
sotje p 'son, known to the Station Agent or Contactor,
must vouch for the genuineness of the Permit.
mar2S41m B. ATRES. Sopt. of Transpettatliin.
For Baltimore, "Washington, New
Yorli, Philadelphia, &c
Direct Through Lino for tho East!
Baltimore and OMo
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (373
n,iie ad to WashiDgton. (too miles,) and presents
the fullest advantages both as a freight aad passeagei
line It runs through wLd and romantic regions of the
Alleghenies; awl being solidly constructed, completely
enlcoed and carefully managed, Is on? of the most at-
tractive ana saieM -
Oeutral Ohio Railroad, from Columbus aad ZaaesvBle tc
WheeiiBg. nnite this road with all partlona ot the West
THE ONLY THBOCOH TICKETS FROM MEMPHIS,
LoctsviLLE and St- Lou:s-to the Xatiqnal Me
TBOrous, ire sold by this road, which runs direct U
W ashlngtoa without the delay of passing through Baltl-
nre It is a.j xae oniy un j m oassaso tau u
cheeked to Washington from the Oluo river.
-.By the mail ROUTE trunt Memphis, take the man
steamers, running daily for Louisville, connecting there
with mab steamers or Jeflersonville Railroad f er Ciaein
catl where they arrive so as to connect with the cars ol
Little Miami Railroad far Columbus, connect -ag there
with Central Ohio RaHroad, through Xewark andZanes
vlHe, to Wheeling. By tne express train of this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore d to Washington
Is lee. than 27 hours.
B sen to ask tor tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
rlPasseBgera from Memphis going East through Si
- H.n...ak h,tlm1lltimiu.,nilOhlD
Hallread This route tsya tsueush Vtsieeswes. T-rr Haute,
'.i ' j -dM K-ads. Thebo coarections
I ltt tl dlrti, al she tue frsm St. Umis to Baltimort
or Waihingtun is but about i sours. iBroogn ncae
by tbi. ruuu may be had of the Agent, under the Plan-
ipj'S llOUI. at WW iawnia, nws; rmuAi. wau v
Baltlmsre $25; to Washiugton AW.
At Wheeling the passenger lakes the superior cars ot
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times
daily for Baltimore, Washington, PhUaddphia and Xew
To'k. Through In IS or 17 hours, including stoppages.
For safety, speed, rtg amy. oeaoiy os iu-z anmur,
general comfurt, thU road la second to none In the Union.
..I, i i (i iti This comnanv possesses the largest
equipment of "any RaUroal In the United States, and Is
i .1, .n immense business In transportation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the -hsrvee and
In the streets ol tsaiiuaoro iui u... '".t"
nhia and Xew Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and Balti
moke Steamship Hues, by Canal and Sea to Xew
i!C .nH hv new Merchants' and Miners' Line to Boston,
.. ' . to Xorfolk. Charleston, Savannah, &c For
cartlculars, see freight tariff, copies of which may be had
of the Forwarding Houses la the West, or o' J. B. FORD,
T-winr ind Forwarding Agent at Wheeling.
WM. S. WOODSIDB,
Master ot Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLETTK,
Jun25-ly Agent, 51 Front Row, Memphis
MIDSTCE PIES !
FRESH and hot M1XCS PIKS are te be had every day
at STJOClit'S, on Jladlsoa street, and
families served fcgularly, oa the shortest natlte, with a
"i.Hia rnmlsbed with Cakes. Confections. Wines
c7on the shortest notice, and in bPECHTS usual good
style, eitve htm a can. -"'
KJ tale by
HAXC0CC, CLARK & 00.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
open to JScvi-clis.
Two Daily Trains each Way
Fnxr , (3CXDATS JtXCBPTED.) '
S?Air"!V"-JrKD-SJ3DjlT- "S, 18S7.th,
JIAIL TRAIX leaves Msmphts dailv w,rf,
A l.' """"s ati'
This Tr.ia coaacto at Sardia with Messrs. J P MeAi
exaader Co.'. Diily Line ef first ctass Pest e.ieh "if
Pl; Caaia. J.cV aBj Vkksbarg
vntmag the c. d save paykeVj lt eitri "
ha!"rl?Hf' ! litlHo en tneRaitread; aad no
bSAVaae will be raind wsikt -.. ,vk . TT
?"'T arewed 11 a poaads of baggage hyKalr
n as baasge that la sot uiti.ii,.K ....
sni'.'Sr r.'' lle -he isesselres rt -ameant
ast exeeedtag $89.
tr"Xesies, whea travellswaawe .., .....
to which tsy inu,, al sici
thatajeyaretetrave, by K.JTX
CTKasairt Eorutrer v-s- Jt'l??.?'' ' .
PPs, rea pap,, ,ai Tt he alaek
soocopv, atd dlscoatuae former advert!a?aTu
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN-
y-V ! w . . 1
Boiivr ardrtr - " o"- f f
' - --Hia or i4 -!oaf ina.
Lrar-a B..yar r -1 -T 3uU exc tedl -tar
Arriveaat Jna- tionatlSO ""J -,9
Coauecmg wt-h 7 a x. Irai" U M.tnphis
au Tram iaiMeBaat., arriving i. laoaVaStailoi at
?:,.Tl!1., .t!"1 --twyi,"5;
rSJSli7a, ? ' " luessee aad Alt
ivave, Tuoae'sStatiea oaiiy (Saaaayte-eeotedl'.t ix
Retaraiag, lea es (i rand . , , ,
ts fsr a- t it, km .mj . ...
W X VTfDt sr ,.
LOOK. TO YOUR INTEREST.
AiiUULlsH TICKETS TO GRENADA.
Fare UeiAnecd to G 50,
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads
COXXBCTIXS tea miles soataof Hol.y Seesssn. k..n -
p essaat, aad quickest r te by r.oit fear tTy
Oa this rent, tae sugins is St one ae uATee it."
It?"? roa,f,' '- Is repeLea
,t''7'l70 flfteen boa stared "
la a few weeks the Mtsstsetppi 0 nt-ai BaBread will W.
extended to the Tallahatcbje rtrer, . shea-g the
staging seven wire, less. Travelers wfflltVk thSr?
J XOT TiCXf IS or iaitirmjastkn sBsia ua e - -
FARE REDUCED !
Prom Memphis to Jackson, 33 50.
From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50.
Tia Jac&son, Waynesboro and
COXXKCTIXG near Bruwnavaie with the V
and Ohio Railroad and at Tho
neaadAtobaaa Railroad. This i, the cheapest row
toMiddle Twaessee, and travelers are assured thaVna
: s - ui r:ra. so reaaer thea cemforta.
coaches, hessee and drivers are supertoT
Oar liae eeaaects at J ut. r
"I . .-- r...,U1wQC K.
1VJ. has kept it hack s kag. t recnven ea pair uf
boats, (tz.ees aarresa ) out er four pair that I has
boaght, this (Saturday) eveaseg. I shaB be at the R.l
OsSce from this tune obi, ready ro wait oa ray friends ai 1
easterners with a targe and eeastaat stock of CoaL t
have had a sapaly of Coal oa hand for the last four and a
halfyears until a short spell the latUr partef Januar..
I will new promise two taiags tbat I win lav m men
Coal, audi' I make a dollar oa it I will keep it araoag i
at borne. I bey ray Coal at the head of tbe creek at fl t
oo3t: marehg tlj THOS. JAMBS.
M. C. CAYOE & SON,
JlTJCTION-EE 3t s .
General Agents & Real Estate Brokers
No. 251Madison Street,
PARTICULAR attention will be gtveuro aB sales in Lo
dty or ceoatry. ef Xegroes, Real Bstate. Mercbau.
oise. Furniture, Land Scrip, Stock, ic AO kinds Rent
ing and Leasing Pre perty, etc. Ssetsge aad Cessigr
meats sol idled f real ail sections.
Re'urniag our grateful ackaewtedgnents for the ret y
liberal patrase heretofore received, we new pledge er.,
selves, havtagdetersained oa nuking Mrasphis oar prr
rasaeet home, to doaaie our diligesee if postM, and
think wilh twenty years experience in the trade, the la -t
ehvea is.Memphis, we ought to be g-aduates, aad fei
eoBodent' we eaa site, as we tbifik we have den-,
References A O ..Harris Co. , P.. A. Parker, 3. ll .
Laaib ts Oa . W. Howard. U. P. Faiaawerth Sc. Co , 6v.
Flaherty Bro., I. B. Kirtlaad, R. Of Rtakiey. Esq. P.
Graham, Esq , Co.. R. Topp, Dr. Sim. GUhert, Msn
phis; BaMwia Starr, X. T. THpn-k. Son. W.L.
Bruce h. Co., Ciacinnatl ; Thee. T. Read, Esq., S. Cassi.
dy, LoalsvtBe; Messrs. Daacaa, Rawttags, B. P. SBiebl
X Co., Tsscs. JS. wsasvw, .lev utkss ,
. TAKBX aa at ray buase. eae BAT B0RS J.
IANleft hjHl Suet white. Had ea new saddles 4
"-bridle. Inquire A
K J . B. L. WINS,
No. 231 Maln-r
N. 33. P0RE3T,
TsEAIaTIIV IIX SLiAVES,
No. ST Adams-st, Memphis, Ten.T
HAS JU . ncrinu jrt .wiw vsvt.K,g.
twenty Ave likely young negroes, to which ho OT
Jf desires to Call the auenuea ot pvrccsairs.rzs
He wiu ta in the regaiar receipi ef negroes.
fresu Xorth aid South Caroitae every aeatav Hla'N
gro Depot is ooe ef oe most cesBniete and retassodleai
estabtl.bmeati of the kind io UcSoatbem feBtry, a d
his regoVamas exaet aast syst'-uatie, cteaallswss. net
nes and osya fort betag strscy observe d aad enferced.
His aim is to ftiatss to custorr s A. 1 setvanu inii
fl.W bands, soasd aad perfect ta body aadmiait . 1
groes taken oa commUstoa. 102'
PHILADELPHIA, JAN'Y, IS57.
To Dialers in Teimettee, Mktiuippi rt4 Arkantast
3ALB BCSIXX3S la this city, aad beg Have to invito
your attention to aa
ENTIRE NEW STOqK
jO T 0 r 2Q. 3f
BOOS AND SHOES,
nireet from the Maauf acteTles In Massacansetts, X w
Jeoev.a. 4 Pen atvlvaa a; and believing, with otr loag
. e.eilisle. one "CTOTr 'or
TOUR TRADE, and for the satlstaetiori of your custo a
ers, csanotbo surpassed, solieH AX SARLT CA X
when you come to wiiy.
Toars respecstejiy, jvo.i. i.ix4iiw.,
Xo. 122 Market s'reet, third store ftera South.
JOSEPir 3. LETETT, late ef Memphis.
PAUL Sticknet, ot Boston. Jaa2I-wgnt
CORN AND WHEAT MILLS.
TH03E who are in waat of Portable Muls for bor!,
Inst or water power, or Burr MIRstones of every
sire, aad best quality, are Invited to call aUxay Factory,
where they are made, which are second to none In tha
United States, sty Horse jsuis wui grwa irom six w
and eleven bushels gsed meal per hoar; and lean fully
substantiate th- assertion. I guaranty satisfaction ta.
alt cases I refer to a few ef the merchants sf the city
who have sold many of my Mills, and can testify of the
high character they bear.
F Lane & Co., Graham. .Hill,
Jones, Brown & Co.. J. C. Griflng X Bro.,
E- M. Appersoa & Co., Stratton, McDavltt Co.
Sample-, Mitchell & Co.
All ordars addressed to me direct, or ttrocfhmfr -eh.nte.
shall have nrcmp. attention. Tactory cn Poplar
i .t .niiJnlnr Cttr Mills, near the river, aempnti.
BTaneiaerof taenoaru. oi w '--- '
the dty of Memabls, the Mayor is authorized to par
a reward of Fist Hundred DoUart tor the -apprehensloa
andconvlelloa ot the murderer or murderers ot WM O.
taKXER. on Monday evening, the 9th Icit.
Xew. thereiore, i, iiiojiAa
.vt v vi, Ho le abedleace to the foregollg
order off r said reward of Five nendred Dollars for
, a Minn of thn mnrderer or mil
tn. spprt . -
rtlViT3'0 TTnbMAS B. CARROLL, Mayor
WE have Just recelved.a fresh supply otBeJ. Gove T,
Bias Grass and Timothy Seed. , .
LOWXES. 0RG1LO kCO..
Agricultural Warercoms, 13 snd U Front Row.