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SY M'CLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO. MEMPHIS, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1857, VOL. VH.---NO. 265. c t t t t tr f,: V 1 fUBUSHED DAILY, TRI-WBfiKLT AXD WEBKLT, BT J.VO. X. M'CUKAHAN, IXONIDAS TROUSDALE, TO. M. HUTTO.V, BENJAMIN F. BILL, TJNBEB. THE STTLE AMI) rlRM Or JlFCIiANAHAN, HUTTON" & CO TO WHOM ALL LETTERS OS BUSINESS, O& OTBK' w JScv SHOULD IE ADDRESSED. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. iHmr, tb, per una $10 ea innctw, ......... D Mj WHr, " " 3 so 53- Te weeny pasrr win e raraied te Clubs of Tn aad-oodir Twenty, at $3 50 each; to Clubs at twenty nrfHwsrfi. at $2 Met-payable in ratably la adyaace, tm VI w w wave one OSCS. ;3AaMastrieerand tsevMC win be taken to gether at St 00 neb. tjT 1b '"111 the paper be swat ta new subscri- lr aaieee tereer lor the same is attended with the cats. Q- All BeDr sabsertaUo&s irOt te ceas'dered doe and payaese na'f-yeariy lo advance. tjT The f legem; terms will be 1 trictlj and rigidly taent te. DAIXT RATES FOR ADVERTISING. Aiaptti bf tke Apfeil and Eatit end Enquirer. Fer oae Kjaire of t tlaee or lees, oae iBeetiea...$l 09 For each additional insertion of cuh 60 3 43 - 61 O t ? I r 5 ? K J m m . .. M - - j . - . 1. co i eel s oc 6 s w-,18 w it so te eej a ea 2. 4H 6 Ml 1 69 9 09 IS eel 16 0jlS 7 9t Sej 30 OS s. 6 m s eajw o 03 16 eojao no'ts ao wj -u ea 4. T eofts se 11 oe m 00 k 00 si ss 37 so so eo E. S M KBOjte 00 IS OU !4 00 30 80 37 & 46 M 69 60 E. 0 II 0617 Sf lit OojtS 09 35 0'43 SS SO 70 00 I 1 ' ' 7. 11 er is eotae voki eb 99 40 ee oogas so so 00 1 j , 1 5. 13 9 18 00(i2 SO 27 03jK 00 46 0965 25 7 50 90 00 9. tS Q?i 0026 00 JO Bo'jQ 099 09 05 00,78 00 100 00 Oae ttun, reoewaM wertaj, per annual, $10 00 " " " twice a week, " 64 00 Q" FmrM, reoewaHe weeklj-, per annssa, CO 8 - " twice a irfet. " 89 99 All adpertlceateaU repaired to be kept on second pace, charged as NEir each OAT, and oc third page, aa lerawrc orer (tated rate . X3 AdvertltecBestc dliected to be dtaplared, or sH in larre spe. ckarged double Tates. 3 Teirtj admllrf wi I be charged extra far oeci-pj-Bc tpaee orer eontraot, and w&en LAB6E Tvrr Is rr bad to be vaed, or the adrertisemafit kept an iatide of WT. , S3- Tearir adTCrtkers will be ebai c estra at regalar rates tor Wants, Kena, Beraoralt. Copartnership Xe tiees. To OetMtcneei , Sue. J3-TSANSIEST ADVEETISIXG MUST SE PAID rOK IK ABVASCE. S advertisement win appear in the Week It paper caoef s by specal contract. $3- Adrertieenients to be inserted in the TTeeHy paper entr, er at trretrnlar iotemls in either of the papers, will be charged $1 per square (or every insertion. 3 Annanncinc candidates lor State, Connty and Jfn- I vaces, 8 eacs, 10 se pats so advance in every tlAn advertisements or ChariUbie Institntions, Flee Osnpinies, Ward, Tows, and other Public Meeting, to be charged halt price. C3- larrises and Deaths are paMitfaed as new. ; hut OMasnrtes. Tributes of Respect and Funeral Invitations as etb.tr adrertisenaeats. X3 AK Legal and Transient AdecrUeeQents will be :3arsed by the rnrtioa. E3" Bdttorial Xotices in Local Cosnann win be irged , J1" ttorrox at New Orleans. The r5 :k6 Jrt Mnee let Septesaber, aiys the Xew te "i utseasK Fnee Cwrrntitt the 17lh Inst., (exclusive of the anteaft fsaa Mohae, Figrioa and Iters,) are SMJ07 ir u r f sea, ifiuasa- SM.1 bates to saste date test year; and taaore hi the receip.s at all the porta opto the "". ceaopared TrtU UK year, U ls.MBbaie, In anaexpsft lnsa the United Statec to forrita cm asea, as aesaaaesd with the saate dates tost yefcr, there is a etasoase of 9s9 bales to Great Britain, 3l,i lo w One aiaaea aaa m&m to other foreisra ports. Wirt Whifpers. Two 04 these subieei ' harere Keorder Hill, yesterday moraine. at in r rst deserts. One of the case -wm vaty afisctiac. The wife, with a chad in her arms, jp peared in Saart, being subpaenaed to give evidence mhut her hntkaad. Tears c inrsed down her cheeks freelv. and HAVING prepated mrseif well so practice ' Dentistry in Jdecrptns. I respectfally solielt the patronage of all who may need my er ' vices in the DenUI line, and bind myself to perform an operation on the Teeth, and insert ArtMcial Teeth in the most approved style as well as it can be done la this or any other country. Oace on Main street, opposite Worsham Hoase. W. ACRES n. St. AGREE. G. W. & II. M. ACREE, DENTISTS. Oface Snion Block, Cosrt stret, between Main aad Front Eow, IMempbts, Tennessee. All Distal upsrauons periormea witc the least possible pain. Diseases of the Alveolar Process aad Gams treated in the meet skiBf al manner. Full or partial Sets of Teeth set on Gatta Percha or Geld, with the latest improvements, and GUARANTIED. iaar36-ly M Card TR. iAXCEL GILBERT, Sr.. has retnrned to his old 3 hams stead near Memphis, and reopened bis Infirm ary, aad wai remain, permanently. lie treats the f ullov iag Chronic Diseases : Cancers. ScrosTa'.a, Whi e Ewetllng. Tamstcandw as. without Surgical operations. He slsc treats afl Chronic Female diseases. Srea sf long standing. Tetter, Xbeumattom, Syphilis, and a3 forms of Mercurial 3r 6. deems it unnecessary to say mors, as he has liv lag wttaesses of his snccess from Maine to Oregon. deeU -r JtVJjlSXBSHASI. ........ ....... ....ED. A. BEECH ER TtTCKEKSII.OI ii BEECKER, AOTekxETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Office, JiXa-MJeffM-son street. jani-tr TIE P. B.IKKHEAD, AT law, u em pais. Teas, umce m ids Blocx, orer Aydtett & Co., tniw story. J)r. R. E. EASRI, yslctan and Di'tctor of several Hospitals . rn'mber of different Medical Sodetiea I located in the city of Memphis, and of- to the public as Physician, Aoooucher, atioas in S-rgery. Washington street, between Main and won R. VtI,OHr.IJO.V..W. W. tVHEA1LET..ai. A HIOOC. RigbcRIson, TTlieatley & Higgs, SZOBNkrS AT LAW OSice on the corner of Second R. C. BRCSTA, ET AT IJIW. Marion, Ark., practice In Crittenden, Mississippi, Green, Randolph, , Independence, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Francis uonnues, in Arsansas. oci.-own DR. THOS. KELLER, LATE of Tnscumbia vUabama, has located permanent ly in Memph:. ud oners hi services to the public T ATSStaST 1 1 lsGtrroaar jnN-ewtrrfc$a cm bWteiTtes andioJMjSri Secoad-Br t ir ' 1 IMIVHWBiss, . ja an the branches of his profession Be has taken the '"&aee herttofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby i TTu ..pa. . TTvlR9 rwn tr n A . r nt mI general sekction of Surgtcal Instruments, he is prepared tor all the operations of Snrgery- IU4deaoa on Shelby street, between H-iing and Treaevant streets. mS-ly - HASSELL & SEARCY, ATTORKET AT LAW, Memphis. Tennessee. Wm.T. . Haakeil aad Robert Srarcy have aceeciated thom seives together la the practice of Law. OSk-. hi the Watkcr Black. no t-: 5-4 lea BEX. SHERROD, ATT0RXKT AT LAW, CovingUn, Tenn. All bassBM n entrusted to bis care win receive prompt attenMcs. Jslyl9-tf EE ROY POPE, ATT0RXET AT LAW, Memphis, Tena., win praetre is all tb- Coarts of Memphis and the Western Dis trtet at Tenses 1 ee. J3 OQce south of Oonrt Sjnare, adjoiaisg that of the GksaeeryOourt Clerk. marl2-ly johiv a. rooE, ATT0RXKT AT LAW. OSce la the Post OtSce Boftl teg, Memphis. Tens. ' novl-tf EGBERT H. OSBOiWE ILL practice Law In the Coarta ef Hardeman, Fay ette. TiDton and Shelby, also in MeXalry and Ilar- dfcr ceanttet, and in the Supreme Onn at Jackson. All bestoeM entmted to him wlu receive prompt and fatth f al attention. E! 3face is in the Chancery Cierk'e office, BsMva". H.raemac county. Term. nov22 JOHN P. FARRELLY, ' A TTORXET ASD COUXSGLLOR AT LAW, Memphis, jtx. Term. Ofloe comer of Main and JeSirsos streets, ever Lehman & Oo.'s. Refer to Hens. Henry Pirtle, W. F. BsBock and Messrs. A. L. Shot well & Son, Losisvtlle, Ky.; Hon. JamesPryer, CarnnHao, Xy.; McGregor, ABoway & Co., and Mote Greenwood, Xew Orleans; . M. Appirsan i. Co., Mem phis novlt-tf CI. C GRASTY, ATT0RXET AT LAW, and Commlisioner for the . States of Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi and Ten nessee, LOUISVILLE, ET., win promptly attend to but tness entrusted to his care, and enforce the collection of claims in this and the adjoining States. RErEP-ESeES Hon. Jacob Thompson, Oxford. Miss.; Hon. J. J. MeRae, Governor cf Mississippi. Jackson; Bon. H. S. Bennett, Washington City;. Col. B. F. DM, 11 err phis, Tenn.; Bent & Dsral, Tncker, Brannan St Co., Backers, Geo. Blanoha'd, Eoghes 2c Hutchinson, Louis -TUcKy. J30Sc, "Marl Hall Building," Fifth strtet, between Market and Jefferson. jas22 S. L. HEEEOX 1. n. ARHSTROSO. HERUOA' & ARMSTRONG, ATTORXF.TS AT LAW, Cofleevitie, Talobnsha connty, . Mlselrsippl. Will practice In the conn tin of Talobn sha, Tattifcatehle, Lafayette, Panola, Carroll, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Gamenn. Also, in the United States Cosrt at Pontotoc, Vice Chancery Court at Carrottten, and High Court of Zrrors and Appeals at Jackson. REFXREKCES : JTiw ORLEAKS McRae, CoSman & Co., FanlTsUre SlCo., Bochanan, Carroll & Co., J. Bomalds & Co., Ftjersen, Fowler it Co. MEMFnis Cossttt, Hill fc Talmadge, Ferguson k Kelll, Lownes, OrgUl & Co., G. S. Johnson, B. F. Din, Appeal Oae. jan4-lr justness feDs. tTe are cow receiving and opening oar Fall antl Winter STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CON-SISrtN'G f every variety ol Staple and Fancy Dry Goods asually kept in thi market. Superfine Black and Bine Cfcttit, Cassimeres, Dueskins, Cloaks, HanUllls, If elre Antique, Velvet Shawls, te latest style ; Ladles' Dress Geods. or a stuxriar qnahty; Crae Shawls, a large tot or Blankets, XegroOloUi, Brofam, Hudyiliide Clothiar. Boots au-t Shoes, Hats, and a variety of article. too anaserooa to aaeatioa. Ad I ask is, "Cosne one, eome all," and examine my stock, before maUnc your purchases. I bousht en the very best terns, and am determined that none eksll un dersell me. I shall adopt the Cash SrsTEMrsnpt to peseta! dealers. A C BLAIR, Xo. 277 Main street, ectIS-Jtwaw6si Old Stand of Fersnsou fc Kelll. i tr. J. webd, Oxford, Miss.. ....a. u. webs, Heaphla. W. J. WEBB & CO.., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCEUS, ASD PRODUCE MERCHAXTS, CORKER XA1X AXD PA70-V STREETS, WILL keep in store a fan and complete stock of Family Groceries, and we will sen them as low as we can nnod them. Jnly22-daw!m J. B. SHAEPE, WHOLESALE. . - , TOBACCO FACT0.R, .Vo. S6 -Vofuif ., mveen Trent Rev ana Jfrtn, MBMPHIS, TEXX., WOULD respectf no' inform the merchant ef Hem phis and snrroun.'ing country, that he has jait re. tamed from the cities of Virginia, wnerebe esuniisiieG a permanent Agency f r the sale of all grades of Virsn la Tobacco, and intend to keep constantly on lianJs stock equal to ttSf demand, at manaractorers' prices. Being faliy able to compete with the Xew Tork, Baiti more, Cincinnati and Xw Orleans marketr, he invite, the attention of all dealers in the above artlel to hit stock: before purchasing elsewhere. oeSI-dJcw-f J aitAiifK A. r. M'CAVE.. .................... WILXIAatS. McCAIiE & WILLIAMS, (Successors to Wheat Taylor,) FORTFARDIXG AND COUOIKSSIOX KEECHASTS, Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas, A! tke crttint of tke Mrxphi) and Little Rock JlaC- roc on iymic tunir. TnET keep constantly ea hand Sagar, Co let, Salt, Fienr. Molasses, and all other articles astuJly kept in a Grocery, which they win soli low for cash or ex change for H'drs, Fnrs and Peltries, or any other articles broaght to the market. 19- Goods destined for Little Rock or the adjacent conn ties, shipped to Duval.' Blnfis, wiU he forwarded immediately as th're are always wagons and teams in readiness t ban to any point. r28-dawtf oc23-tt MEMPHIS, TENN. BREWER & CALDWELL, NETF YORK, GENERAL C03DIISSI0N MERCHANTS AND Cotton and Grain Factors. h. o7brewerT"co., Xobile, Alasaraa, GENERAL COSI3EISSION AND SHIPPING MERCHANTS, T)EFKR to J. T. Soatter, Esq., PreMen-. Bank of th JX Republic, Xew Tork ; T. K. Bass, Ki(.. Preeiden Beak of Charleston, S. C-i Messrs. John Frazer & Co., J. W. Caldwell, Ksq., CharlestoB, S. C; fM. Wm. it Charon well, President Banc of Hast Tennessee, Knox, ville; I. B. KIRTLAXD, Esq., and Meeirs. FALLS & CASH , Memphis , Tenn. eep27-m JOHN B. B0TT0, BOOT AND SHOE AX F AC T 13 i K I , No. 6G Front Row, SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT, IVTo Tnp"hi rs , ToriTi 1CRKP3 constantly on hand, BOOTS and SHOES, of his own rusk-, also of other jl fifK manufacturers, iseae-p. bjmj, katircr, fiArfe and Unrer. Calf Skins. French and 1 American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va lises, all of which he wii set, as chea-a as any In this market. Give hua a call before purooasmg elsewhere. declO A. STKEET & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ALL K.IXD3 OF RAILROAD CARS, CARTS, Poplar, between Main and Second Streats, aart2 MEMPHIS, TEXX. Walker & Brothers, MANUFACTURERS OP CLOTHING, AMD SEALERS IS Dry Goods, ISoots & Sliocs, No. 79 Front How. WK have Just recrtved cne hundred cases of Clothing, expressly manufactured for this mar ket, and are opening the beit selected stocks of 'all kinds of Dry Goods, Bails and Shoes, ever brooght bete, which weefffcr at thl sweat possible prices, being enabled to compete with any house through th: facilities of our houee in rhiladelpfcU. We would especially Invite the Mtentioa of country merchant!, knowii g that w in nod win suit all 3d very -re Ca'' ar see. aaclS-' SCHNEIDER & GLASSICtt, MANUFACTURERS OF Jefenon Street, appetite Commercial Hotel, At ISM I HIS, WE ask the palientge of citizens and those visiting Memphis. We warrant all ; vto. oi oar wora, aaa oar ions experience in tbe business will enable ns to make or re pair Gun and other Fire-arms in a superior and work manlike manner. a gl-daw6a S. FRAMIOLI F. H. WILLIAMSON. FRANSIOLI & WILLIAMSON, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in CHINA, GLASS, And Eartfeesaware, French and German Vases, SILVER, SILVER PLATED, GERMAN SILVER & SRiTANIA WARE, FINE TABDE CUTLERY, etc., &c. 15S Mnln Street, Memphis. ALSO, Looking Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Tea Trays, Parlor Lamps, ChnndaUers, Girandoles, etc. etc. etc jaiyij G. B. liOCJSE, Auctioneer and General Agent, A!tD REAL ESTATE BROKER, 81 MAIX STREET, OPPOBITB ODD FELLOWS' HALL, MEMPHIS, TEXXESSEE. PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country Property, Xegroes, Merchandise, of every description, Farnitsne, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and Leasing Property, &c. Uatim anH rVAsinmenl a solicited. Having engaged the cervio) of Mr. J. St. ClLDWELL, aa old and experienced Auctioneer, late ef Uantsville, Ala bama, I am tally prepared to attend ta consignments and sales of every description, liberal uash jluvascci made ox Consignments. E3SUratT and cons lean icrltj sollesicd. P S. I am Agent for The Adams Express Ccmpsfy, marlO CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, Main ttreet, next door to Odd TeUowi' Hall, MEMPHIS, TEXX. I t-j X T-,.7.f V-tft xrsr PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, 1HEMICALSt, Scrglcai Instruments, Fancy Good, W Paints. Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars, Brandies and Wines. J3 Every article sold by us warranted as represented, suVlecl tab returned at our expense JulyS-ly LATY NOTICE. TT VOLLIXTIXK, Bsc;., has removed his Law Office AA. over the Store and Commission House of FowiEes, Moaat fi Co., on Jefferson street, between the Post Office aaa Mam street. pei3-tr D r. DOROSE, A TT0RXET AT t.aw, Memphis, Tenn. Office on east IX. stae ci Main street, netweec Jenerson ana Aaams. Refer to F. Tltns, IcEwen, Harris &. McXeffl, J. D Williams. W. B. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.: tfoon, Titus & Co.. Xew Orleans. Jinlt-tf Pittsburgh Ale. TTJSTjectived, 300 tMt Shiith' uierlor Pittsburgh J Ale. H. H. POTTER, declS Msln-it, ii door North Wcrshaa House, JAM EI T. TAYLOR., S. BOSS TAYLOR & ROSS, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS ASD WHOLESALE GEOCEES, Xo. 6 Monroe Street, Mempliis "ITTILL make liberal csh advances on all consignment Vr of rrodoee or Merchandise. RtfereiiCtl Henderson, Terry i. Co., S. O. Jfslion it Co., Xew Orleans; Speed & Strange, X. if. Appersnn & Co., .Memphis. nor 11-3m PATTEESOIT, IrlAHSHAIi u & CO. Grocers, Cotton Factors, AXD COMMISSIOA' MERCHANTS So. 49 Front Raw, aieophls, Tsnn. OW. darges f tr selling Cotton on arrival are Fifty Cents per Bale; far storing and sailing Seventy-Five Cents. All Cotton insured unless otherwls lnitrncted febl7-dawly J. JT. SMITH. ..J. B. MEACIIASI... WRITXriELP. SJIITH, 5IEACHAM & CO., W liolcsalc Gro ccrs. 1 n w.t-h m,1 I n n- f. nAmmtrrliii fftwili.nla (ilsiby 4- Hunt'i 2fm Building!,) No. IS Front Row, Mempliis, HATE cow on hand a fine assortment of Bagging and Rope of the best brands, together with a complete and well selected stock of the varions articles nsnally kept in our business, to which wo invite the attention 0 narriiasers Alien! for the sale of "Plis ccUbratfd Magndi Whisky," and Jones, Lloyd Si Co.' Southern Mancfac tnrwi.Naus. axiTU, auiAUiLa-u . w augS7-6m J. r. HILL .J. T. HATE-XT, HILL & HAYLEY, Cottozi Factors, OVKR D. II. TOWXSBXD'S, MEMPHIS, TETsfN. "TT'OR Seilinc, Co cents per bale. For Storing and Sell J lag, 7i cents par kale. All Cotton Shipped to or Stored by us will bs cevtred by Insurance, unless ether wise Instructed. Q- Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished to customers. t epio-aawsm A. A. SMITUWICE... .J. R. WHAT. Memphis. A. W. SMITH Hernando. Memphis. SMITHWICK, 1YRAY & CO., COTTON FACTORS ASD Commission Sld'ciiaiits, .V. 3 JfiKf ion-f ., beiBtctn Front Roa and 3Seln-tl., Up Stcirt, MEMPHIS, TEKX. STRICT attention given to Selling "and Storing Cotton and ProJcce consigned to us. X. B. Ordera for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Snp- plies tilled with care and dpatch. Charges for Selling and Storing Cotton, Sfty cents per bale. ang2I-m A. ITI. HOPKUVS & CO., ( Suetenori to Poteelt j- Co.,) Cotton Factors ASD COIH3IISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 41 UNION STREET, scp!7-ly XSW ORLEAXS, LA. S. O. KELSON II. C. WALKER T. A. SEUOH. WALKER, NELSON & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, tTofforrsosa. Stroot, MEMPHIS, TENN. SPECIAL attention given to the sale of C0TTOX in Memphis, or shipments to eur Xew Orleans house, S. O. XELSOX is, CO. Liberal cash advances made on consignments to either house. JulylS-dawCm S. WILDS VEKNO.N, ) D. C. WILLIAMS, i J W. A. BRYAS, M. If. BRTAS, Late of LaGrazge, Tenn. Late of Panola, Miss. TERMS', BRYAN & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwarding MERCHANTS, Xe. 6 Front Row, over Meacham Jc Galbrnlth'i, MEMPHIS, TKXX. T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, SMpplEg and X Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per sale, S3" All cotton sent to us win be covered unless otherwise Instructed. 3 insurance, acgZS Cotton Factor ASD COMMISSION MERCHANT, MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK, Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row, 3IEMPIIIS, TEXX. A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand. tX. JolfC-dawly E. M. ArPEttl0.t....C. DIL0ACH.... DAVID ADAMS. E. 271. APPERSOI & CO., COTTON FACTOIDS, Coiamisslon & Forwarding Merchants, AND DEALERS IN Ragging;, Rope, Groceries, &c, No. 05 Front Row, and G Jefferson 'Street, MEMPHIS, TEXX. E5- Particular attention paid to storing, seTUng and shipping Cotton. augS-daw6m FELIX WALXER,. ...7. C. SNIDER, Coffteville, Miss. Xew Orleans, La. 1YALH.ER & SNIDER, Cotton Fact or s ASD Commission merchants, No. 123 Canal Street, JulylS-dawly XEW 0RLEAX3, LA. C. M. nORTON, n. c. noRTON, Late of Monthalia, Miss. Late Horton ft Hunter. C. M. HORTON &, CO., COTTON FACTORS, Commission & Forwarding Merchants, No. aZIaditoa-St.,oppotite L-B. Mrtlcnd't QSice, MEMPHIS, TEXX. TtTE will continue as heretofore, giving special atten H tlon to the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at fifty cents per bale, and to the selection and purchase cf any article in market. Office removed from Xo. 3 Front Row to Xo. 3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank. aug20 r. TITCS. .R. A. MOOS, R. T. PATTISON. TITUS & CO., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ban Building, Jtferton Street, OrrOSITE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. LIBERAL Cash Advances made on Cotton in store er for shipment to Messrs. Moon, Titus & Co., Xew Or leans. Ordera for FlaataTXa SspsTies filled ct wholesale cas Prices. Charges as heretoioie, legitimate ao perquisite. uly23-dlwaw6a I. M. GATES A. M, WOOD GATES & WOOD, COTTON FACTORS, GROCERS, Produce and Gc&:ral Commission B2EIS.OSCi.WTa, Ifo. I Cnfan Street, between Main and Front Rout. MEMPHIS, TEXX. AFTER an active application to builness, for over , eleven year, we, for the first time, solicit the pa tronage of our friends In the capacity of Cotton Factors. We feel confident of our ability to please such aa may conade their business to our charge. Our stock of Bag ging, Rope and General Supplies will not bs excelled In the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, win only be made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton or other Produce, in store, will only be effected upon actual lnstructlsns, or whta under advance. Shipments of Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be tnsnred while in transit, with open policy, nnles otherwise instructed on the face of bills lading. To all our friends who have so liberally patronised cs during years past, we shall offer tha tan inducements as heretofore for a continuance cf their patronage. JcnlS-dswly GATES ft WOOD. WARD LAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD. W. HOWARD fe CO., Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, NO. 4 HOWARD'S KOW, MEMPHIS, DEALERS la Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt, London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Tinegar, Gnano, Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good stock now on hand, and far sal at reasonable prices. JCjfCash advances made on Cottons in store for sals or shipment. All Cottons insured unless otherwise instruct ed. Our Open Pellcy of Insurance covers all Cotton con signed to u by water ; also, the risk of Fire while in lore, unless otherwise instructed. Our price for storing and sell leg Cottons, the sm as wa have charged for v.ara past tit ty cents ner bale. IntrlO BENT. SEID.... ..a. M. SEID. R. REID & RRO., Cotton Factors CommlssioB Merchants, XO. IS FROXT ROW. MEMPHIS, TEXX. ALT, Cotton sent to our address insured, unless Instruc tions V tke contrary are received. Plantation orders Jlltirsira car. Stort and Sell Ccdten at fifty oefrf prr 9t. sl-tajl7 i)pu factors- CUDDY, BROWN & GO., COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, 35 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEAXS. -lASnadvancea mads on aU Cotton or other Produce I 7ZTT. kt Mil KS OWKV. comisacu . janll-tf GRAHAM & HILL, COTTON FACTORS Commission and Grocer Merchants, decS0-daw3m X0. 9 FBOXT ROW. t n.vTn.nN...... J. B. EIXIS.......A. C. SI-AIR DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR, COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS, . Receiving, Forwarding and beneral COMMISSION MERCHANTS, So. 519 ifain Sfrtrf, East tide between 3tffmm and Adam, nestpnu, iron. TjOFB, Bagging anl Plantation Supplies always on XX, hand. " J. M. PATRICK & CO., COTTON PAOTOHS AXE Commission Merchants, XO. IS FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS, TH.., (OFFICE UF-STAIBS,) TTTILL give strict attention to all Cotton sen tnt for saie Yr in this markst, or snipmcnt. Cotton eonslcned to us will be Insured against the dan. t-.r. nf Tti.rr v.vlntlon and Fire while in store, unless ctherwlse instructed. Order for Bagging, Rope and Suppllss will meet our prompt attention. augI3-dawtrm j. jx.rAiaiuv. T r. ATDLETT 3. . BOCUll"' Ke-jo Orleans. Mmpnu T. P. AYDLETT & CO., COTTONFACTORS FORWARDING MERCHANTS, 1VO. n GRAVIER-ST.. XEW OllLEAM. DOUGHERTY & A YD LETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, XO 23 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS, TXTiLL make cash advances on an uiten or oiacr .rro- V V duce shipped to T. P. Aydlett uo., J ew un-anj. ocS-ly COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 5 Monroe Street, bet. Front Row &Main, (sotnii SIDE,) liTemTihis. Tennessee. T ARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of X Cotton aad other r-roauce Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished tt lowest market prices. oct2S R. A. PARSER JAMES ELDER C. It. UAV1S. PARKER, ELDER &. DAYIS, G- XI O OBH.S, AND COitOnSSlOlV 3IERCIIAKTS, NO. 6 HOWABD'S BOW, MEMPHIS, TEXX., KEEP constantly on hand Bagging, Roys and Planta tion Supplies generally. MEMrnis, July 1, 1930. From and after this data the style of our Arm wlU be as above. R. A. PAKEXH u CU. Jolyl-dawSni MILES OWEN. ...HENDERSON OWEN. Formerly of SomervUIe. Of Memphis. OWEK & OWEN, Ctton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Xo. 275 West side Main St., 3 doors South of Madison Slrlet, MEMPHIS, TEXX. WILL giro prompt attention to the aa:e, storage ana hinment of Cotton and all other products of the country shipped to them, and will attend to the Receiv ing and Forwarding of lionas. oc., etc jy i-.u. J. 1j. terser 3 Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant, Mosdv as .bLunt's jMew .chock, Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis. T WILL pay particular attention to filling orders for J. Groceries, Bagging and Rope, ftc Julyt-dawly . oRirnso J. b. anirriKG. J. C. GRIPPING & RRO.j Commission merchants, Hain Street, Memphis, Tenn. K win furnish supplies te our friends as heretofore, and make advances on shipments to our friends in ew Orleans. Uoxr Orlonnw lETVLrnxi.. T. S. THEOBALD. .J. C. ORirHNQ..E. S. THEOBALD. Frankfort, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. Frankfort, Ky. THEOBALD, GRIFFINO & CO., Cotton i'aoiors AXD General Commission Merchants, XO. 71 CA31P STREET, InlyMrdaiolf A'fiir ORLEANS. LA. CARRIKOTOX MASON,.... .L. C fRtELL ittpley. Miss. Hlly Springs, Miss. MASON & NORVELL, Cotton Factors GH.OOERT, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 165 BIAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. OVOTltrrTV n Ka m! Ttjirrlny. Tijne .nd Tlnttlfln J Soppiles. ma31-ly . O. TOWXSEItD .......C. H. WniTMORE. TOT7NSEND & XVHITMORE, Cotton Factors ASD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. BANXATESVE. DEAR SIR : We take this method of informing you that we have associated ourselves together tor the purpose of doing a Cotton Factorage business. We have a large Brick Shed for the Storirg of Cotton and other Produce shipped o our care. All Cotton sent to our care will be covered by. an open Policy of insurance, unUss otherwise Instructed. Anything you may do fer us will be duly appreda.ed, and should yon favor uswllhour patronage, we pledge our undivided ana nnuea exertions o promote yocr interest at all times, strictly sbeyins instructions. We Ship, Store and Sell Cotton at Fifty Cents per Bale. We hope to hare the pleasure of serving you. Constantly on hand, a good supply of Bagging, Rope and Twins. Very ref pectfully, Tour ob client servants, TOWXSEXD & WHITMORI. Memphis. July 11, 1S56 JnlyM-dawSm I. L. SEAS LET A. W.LOTIXO. REASLEY & LOVING, Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants AJID Or onoral Gr rooorsj XO. II FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS. A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on hand. Charges fifty cents per bale, all other Produce at nsnai raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt rrmitance. All Produce Insured, unless otherwise In structed. augSO dawly STERLING TOWLEES SAMUEL C. MOUMT. THOS. JEMTRSOK rOWLKES. FOWLRES, MOUNT & CO., COTTON MOTORS AKD GOMMISSION MERCHANTS, Post Office Building, JofTorson-St., MEMPHIS, TENN. QTORE COTTON In Fire-Proof Warehouse. Insurance O 25 par cent, less than any house in the city. EJ- Cotton in store placed under insurance, unless ln itrncted to the contrary. S3 Cotton consigned to us on good steam, kesl and flatboats covered by our Open Policy of Insurance, unless otherwise expressed in face of BUI Lading. ra-Ordtis for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies solicited from our patrons. Jnly3-dawTm A. VACCARO & CO., DEALERS IS GROCERIES, Eoreign and Domestic Liquors, YPincs, Cigars, Fruits, &c, NO. 293 MATN-ST., MEMPHIS. TENN. oct3t 100 Barrels Flour, VARIOUS brands, from the best Extra to Superfine, far sale by B. MERRILL. ocCS Main street. Choice Irish Potatoes. 1 OA SACKS for sal by 1iU B. MERRILL, octss Xo. 6 Monro strtet. Mason House. THE subscriber havingopened th above men tioned House, on tbe West side of Shelby street, between Gayoso and Union, is now prepared to receive all who may favor him wltn their pat- uome is eiiuatea convenient lo the steam boat landing, and contiguous to the business portion of cur, ana passragers wishing to tale the Railroads Can take the omnibuses from the door. The House is entirely new, and has been newly fornished from top to uouom. nc Elicits a scare of the public patronage. lS-3m M. W. MASOX. Corner of Main and Adams street. MEMPHIS, TEXX. mniS House Is situated in tha centre of bcsloess. anr. J Is now finished and in complete order. The Proprietor pledges cinsseti it shall not be surpassed by any House in lhoFVmtl v... Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestuwec An him f., th 1.,, . - ... . . . .. tlon t. busine.s to merit a continuance of the same PC?-" J. J. WORoHAM, Prbprletor COMMERCIAL HOTEL. CORXER FRONT ROW AXD JEFFERSOX 5TS. m HIS establishment has last nndemn. lkonnik . JL pairs In every department. Rooms newly pain ed am paperra ; oenuiag inorougBlr renovated : there is net even a mattress mat is nt new or equal to new ; carpets mostly new, &c In one word the boase Is now In de cidedly bet ter ort'erthan It has ever been sincaitwas built. Very grateful for the liberal mtronase to the House since I have occupied it. and having renew, d two leases, one on the nouse, the other apon my age, I hope loueame iosiys more aueninn man heretofore. Ire aeterminea to mate my guests comfortable. rocT-tt D. COCKRELL, Proprietor WORSIIAM HOUSE COXFECTIOXERV. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX Plain and Fancy Candies, Adams Street, under the lYor- shani House. KEEP3 constantly on hand a large assortment of Green and Dry Fruits, Fruits in their wn Juice, Jellies, Fmerres, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, all kinds Xsts, &c. rfGTCh. In connection with this estab . i B. Rjf3-lishnentl have fitted np an Oyster ' F t r7i VSaIoon, and will rtotiv FRRSH iiw OYSTERS by every packet. novI6-dly S. P. BRICHBTTO. SHAKSPEAREAN HOUSE, By V. BACIGALTJPO, Corner Washington-St. and Front Esw. RECEIVES FRKSH SHELL )TSTEKS by every tweet. and is now ready to wait apon all who will giro him a call, ia the very best style. S3" Families supplied at all hoar. J3 Satisfaction given, or no sals. aeeK-dSai M M M 8 RESTAURANT, ADAMS STREET, By 53. A. Taccaro. FIXE LIQUORS, 2 rrands; Ha- LjS Cigars, &c, -5"?x. from Cu'tom iii i . House, Xew Orleans. Oysters, Refreshments, aad all other Luxuries, day and night. octn-am VERAXDAII RESTAURANT. THE Proprietor would in-. form the public that he has opened for the season, and fitted np in the best style, and is now prepared to accom modate the traveling public equal to any Restaurant in the city. Having had censiderable experience b catering to tbe pabttc, he hopes to receive a liberal patronage. Every attention paid to my patrons and the public. Terms moderate. Wild Game. Oysters. Lobsters. Sardines, always nc hand ; the best tha market affords. Call at X. 30 Jsf- tersen street, Xorth std, next door to Xala sweet. P. S. Meals at all hoars. aaclS .OinSYILLEJAPER MILL. C. I. & A. V. DuPONT, XAXUFACTURBRS OF XEWS AXD BOOK ri.IXTIXG PAPER, AXD DEALERS IX PAPERS OP Alili KINDS, 17T Main-Street, Louisville, Ky. oecso-aawiy CM. nARVET R. B.HARVET. C. M. HARVEY & CO., COMMISSION & FORWARDIXG MSRCIIASTS, XO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., XEW ORLEANS. ri OUR personal att'htioo fJt will be given to the Sale or Forwarding of Goods or. Produce consign i to onfTt f 1 iSS2' address, we win contract rrigni on tne above lar re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at lowest rates. We have had several yesrs' experience in our matket In the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise. Refer to C"OS & Co., J. C. Gilfflng & uro , speed & Strange, Hannah & Shanks. decIS-ly J. HI. McFABUIN & CO., (LATE TRIPLE TT, Sl'rADDIS & CO.,) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 28 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp. Previsions, Fioar, Grain, &c, solicited and promptly executed. feaia-ly . FITZGERALD... CI! AS. C. 3ILL..J. TTOODtVORTn. H. FITZGERALD & CO., (Successors to Park, Simpson 4 Co.,) Grocers, Produce Sealers, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, No. 02 Front Bow, Memphis, AJD JACRSONPOST, ARKANSAS. InljS-dawlv DISSOLUTION. THE firm heretofore existing under tbe style of CAPPS Jc MILLS was dissolved on the 10th instant, by mu tual consent. B. H. CAPPS, J. C. MILLS. J. G. MILLS will realms the bastnees at the sM land. Xo. IS Madisaa street. I take pleasure ia recom mending J. C. Mills to ray friend and the public as a gentleman every way worthy o'f their confidence and pat ronage. B. II. CArPS. declS-lm Cotton Brokers' Markins Inlt. 1 X article essentially different from what has been sold V, heretofore in this market. Warranted not to trash ut. nov2J-tf 8. MANSFIELD k. CO. GENERAL COLLECTING AGENCY. FROM and after the first of January, 1867, tbe under signed offers hia services to the Merchants, Mechan ics and Professional Men of Mtmphts, as a Col lector of Notes and Accounts. All Papers placed in my band wi 1 be secured by re ceipt and endorsement. Arrangements maoe wiib Bsstneas nooses oy tne year; or for a stipulated per cent. Letters addressed to me through UK Post Office, or left at my efloe, Xorthwest corn rot Main and Adam streets, up stairs, will receive prompt attention. decll-3m J. XAliSUALL, WOOUWABU. D. PANTE & CO., Lard Oil. Soap and Candle I?IANsjFACTIIK11BS, 141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn. riijiK mgnest roarxei pncea pvu tor rougn ana rencerea J isHow, Laid and Soap Grease. novi-ly O -e. IE. IE. ' J Premium Gallery! HAVING Just returnod from a bnslaess tour North, with ajl the facilities for taking fine, durable Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, &c., am now ready in person to serve my friends and the public generally in my line, on the most reasonable terms. I have no new f angled patents and elap-tran processes to offer the public. My establishment has to stand u fall amid all the blazonry of it neighbors, upon its own merits. segS-dawtf 0130,000 WOB.TH CHEWING AXD SMOKING T0RACC0, At Manufacturers Prices. AMONG which may be found . Wa Crempton's celebrated brands, Lynchburg Headerson and Hotcombe brands, " Dr. Jama Saunders' " Harry of the West, &e. ' 0. Ford's Anna Rice, he., " R. J. Wads' brands, " Jas. Thomas, Jr.' Creseect City Paragon, Richmond t uoeoy . winrrce-s Star of Rlchm'd Pride of Ta. " A. Dill's Fig, Mayflower, &e. Coleman Wortbam's " 0. W. IrW, " " nardgrore's "IndtspeBsaUe. &c., " 0. M. Cosby, (0. M. Cosby brand) Danvlllei Wither ac Ayres Tonng America, " W. T. Southerllns' brand, " R. P. Richardson Old Caswell, " ReedvIHe, X. C. With a great variety of coamen brands too numerous to mention, alio; which will be sold at. INVOICE PRI CES, to close consignments. Every article warranted fresh and genuine, and direct from the factory. J. B. SHARPS, Whslesale Tobacco Factor, dec5-lwdaw3ra Xo. 25 Madison street. C O OFFM' Refined Sheet and Shred Isinglass, FOR BLANC MANGE, TABLE JELLIES, &c. A prime article far Contact ltners, Hotels, and Family nse. To b obtained, with directions fer using, of principal Grocers and Druggists thrqucbout the United States, PETER COOPER. tf0v23-ra New Tork, -'1 Iar.lati0it ltpfes, (fe- S. B. WliLIilAiSISON. (Succttior to Williamson f Hancock,) GROCER AWD COMMISSION MERCHANT, IXFORTXR OF PINE WINES, BRANDIES, Havana Cigars &c. NO. 19 FROXT BOW, MEMPHIS. Jalyl Received this Day, XnSBLSMessPota:; UfiO kegs Xo. I Leaf Lard; 23 tierces Sagar-Oured Harts 20 keg Shot, asiortsd sixes : 100 bt4s Whlskv. All of which we will sea cheap for cesh at X. 4S 'wai. jww, jsempnia. J1 S. R. WILLIAMSON, DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In BAGGING, ROPE, A3D PLANTATION SUPPLIES. 1 rrC PIECE3 Bagging, hand and power-loom XfJfJKJ Brands; 1150 coils Rop, best branJs; w uuus. ur crown sugar; IMO sacks Coffee; SO hhds Bacon; IDO boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra quality; 600 boss best brand Boston XaB ; 100 bWs. and half Ibis Mackertl ; SO kits Mackerel Xo. 1 ; 60 bbU. Hushed Sugar; 25 boxes best Loaf Sugar 1.8S2.Mcil 84115 w fcWs.iloluiesj 6tf half bMa do;, 100 be.t brand Flour J 100 bNs. best Dexter and Dtan Whisky; 100 reams Wracolng Pimr; And a general assortment of prime Brandies aad Wtaei ; f' T.P-Wer, Spice. Ginger, Soda, Shot, Lead, and all articles kept in our line ef business, which we wilt sell on the very bt terms to our custom. n and tbe K.ncraiiy . aag!4 For iiiis W'J" tbu Ff OS!- w. 16,860 yaris Eentcckv Jeans and T.ind.f v. for Vi gro Otethiug, of various colors and prices; 200 doiea Old B randy, bottled in 1SI7 ; 150 boxes and hall boxes Star Candles. DAVIDSON, ELLIS & ELACt, Xb. 18 Main street. GROCERIES, &c. THE sabtcrtbers keep ea hand the feOowtog artWes, which they warrant to b of first nniiitr ,nd tr sale low for cash ; Wheat Fans aad Threahers ; E. Oarver it Co.' Improved Cotton Gins; Wagons, Xartaera and Southern manufacture; Bacon, hog-round ; Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco ; Sugar, Co See, Teas and Molasses ; Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead; Brandies and Wines, supsrior art id : Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris; Together with a gtnrral assortment of H ariMei nin- illy krpt in a Grocery store. GWTXNE h. GIBSON, lair? Xos. 1 and 2 Exchange Baildtnt. DRESS MAKING. Mrs. Susan JLand WOULD announce to the ladies ef Memphis and the adjoining country, that she is prepared te Cut and llako Dresses after the new invented style, and at the shortest notice. She Is prepared with Models and Book instruction ! to cur UKKSSaa, and all ainda of Ladles' wearing appa rel, after the newly invented PatUrns of MRS. J. C. GEORGE, of BafTalo, New Tork. Mrs. Satan Land professes to teach or imnart the art of Catting to any person la a few boars, so that they cab measure ineauetves oroiners, ana mare beaatifot ats. Her residence Is on the corner of Mala and Union streets, np stairs, in the third-story. srp27-6m eT G O O f GREAT BARGAINS, AT TUB EMPOBITJM OP FASHION, And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak and Mantilla Establishment, 299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. WK ar now receiving and opening one of the largest and most magnificent stocks of French Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods. ever brought to this oily. Also, a very select assort ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new. Silks, Cash meres, Marvuos, DeLaines, and a large variety of all styles for Mreet, Traveling and Evening Dresses. We call aarttcalar attention ts oar Millinery Depart ment, consisting of Chenille, Moss and Uncut Velvet, Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets; Flow ers, Feithers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5.(300 worm or nne a rencn xmorotoenes, ileal Thread, Maltese and U impure Laces ; all styles of Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth CLOAKS, ladles' Coth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head. Dresses, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, KM Gloves, Fnrs, Trimmings of all detcrlptioBS for Cloaks and Dress, es, Stc, &.C. X. B. Embroidering and Stamping done. Cloaks an( Dresses made to order in a few hours at cheapest prices. Ladies, please call before pnrcbaslng .lsewhere. Orders from the country promptly attended to. ectl N. STII.LMAX 4. CO. Smut &rws S Jruibtr FAUIi GKEEiV, FOKMBRLT of the Brmet Mosney fa. v ifGreen, would xspectfaliy say t his oM'I vri-n.i. .nil ra.uira.r. lull ru. sftn t . the old stand, with a good supply of Fruit xrc, consisting of Apples, Pears, Plums, Peaches, Cherries, Apricots, Nectarines, &c. Also, R-spoerry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va rieties, with a good supply of Kvsrgrcens, Green House Plants, Balaous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus. Orders f rani a distance, accompanied withdralt or order a a respectable merchant al Memphis, will be punctually attended to. and all plants guarantlcdto order and de livered any pait ef the city, free of charge. Nursery on Main street, South Memphis. PAUL GREEN. cctl4-dSm Receiver of M.ioaeyfc Green. WIIEATOX'S NURSERY. TO HORTICULl'ORISTS AND PLANTERS. a woaia rrspectraiiy remtna the citizens jifet of Memphis and au-rcuudlBg country that jji tne season lor iranspianuag Fralt and Or- 5ZQCS u"m"11" irees is zast approacaiag. ureat 1 addition have been mad.) in every depart- meui.iuoi- larticularly amecg Fruit. A mora select and varied collection bss never been offered for sale in tbe Southwest, consisting in part of ortr one handred varieties o? Foachos, JtPlxjyr-ifa, cn-toxarloa, Catawba, Isabella, OM, Scupperaong, Cullternla, etc. Grape Vines, Fig s, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants, Gooseberries, tc. English Walnnt al Filberts, Texas Pecans, Chesnats.etc, etc. Green-bosse plants. Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.) Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are nearly 2,600 Magnolia Grand Flora. In a dition io the above, I am now receiving a large lot of Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence of having to move most of my stock on hand, I will sell it very low. Purchasers may rely oa everything being what It is represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the RtilroadDebot, or addressing ocll-dSm S. M. WHEATOX. P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders will meet with prompt attention if left at the store of J. WUdberger. S. M. W. ETCMAVARNE & JBRO., NTJHSEEYITEN, SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the J3f Horn Lake Road, have on hand a fine as-5& cortment of SIIRUBBERT. in every ue-fff partment, consisting In part of A APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS, 2oar3, CltorrioB) Apricots, Nectarines, &c. Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va rItles,withagood supply of Evergreens, Green House Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and ABiaragus. Ordtrs from a distance, accompanied with draft or or der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punc tually attended to, aad all Plants guarantied to ordsr and delivered to any part of the city, fre of charge. We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens la town or country, at the shortest notice. octn-im BT0HAVARW5 ft BRO. OX or about the 16th July, from Mr. Cur !. s pasture, a DARE BAT HOBSEabout fif teen hands high, with blast l.gsaai a few sad dle marks cn his back. A M&eral reward win ten to any person on delivering hn above horse to J.J MURPHT, smrTrt-cSwawtr 1. 64 Frnnt Row. Memphis. Tenn. TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS. "PROPOSALS win be received at the Engineer's Office of a we Aim Aiauama Muioia, until jreoruary 10th, 1S57. for the Grading, Masonry and Bridging of said Rillroad, from Spring Hill to opposite the town of Colum bia, about thirteen miles. The above work comprises som? heavy rack cutting; about six rransand perches of Bridge Masonry, and six- iccu uuuurcu icefc oi urraiiux. Pt.n. Tr.etA. nt Vn1n,.(lMi.-..v. . , time, and any further Information obtained by addressing T TT nnMw ni-i.i.. .... u. iubiuvA, viiuwu juiKinvcr 21 ioinmoim. Tvnrt- A. AXDERSON, EBgiacer. NaihTllIe, Dec. 15, 1S55 decC3-Jtwtillfvb5 bTgf TO THE EAST AND NORTH, TIA MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON M I Ij M O ol 1J , WESTERN DIVISION, OPE IV TO CORINTH -Nand after Sov. 16, 1838, THROUGH MAILTR.UN j wiu leave aiempnts, vau.1 . at TJ a. ts , arriving fr iorroia . r. a., as aomcrviue at sotw A. st. iteturnmg Leave Corinth at 1 r.3l.; SomervUIe, P.M. Arrives at Memphis at 7.00 r. M. "This Train cuenecta at Corinth with a doaate Dally Line of first das Post Coaches to the tena ins ot the Baatern mvlslon of the Memphis and Cbariestaa 3au. read. Thence by Railway direct, and ceanectsoas lore with an Eastern cities. Staging reduced to erfy ciiiei, and track-laying pro- grrssiBg rapsoiy. THROUGH TIGEETS seM to the feBowmz polnU: CHARLESTON, SAVAXXAH, WILMINGTON, CHATTANOOGA, NASHVILLE, AUGUSTA, MACON, HUNTS VILLE, M0NTG0ME2T. STEVENSON, GRENADA. This Tram abd aascect wHti th MIssIssIddI Otntral RaBroad to-HBty'Springs. Oxford. Grestada. Ouataa. jacxaon, xe., u. Also osanects at Grand Junction Station with Time es se Central Railroad to Boiivar, J season, Huntingdon ana other places. Also connects at Pocahontas with Tri-Weekly Use of coaeaes to Kipiey, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Ceiumbos, atuMssippt. UIHOUGU TO XASHVILLE IN 34 HOURS, Via the Mem puis and Charleston. Nashville and Chatta nooga Railroads only -CiO mHes of Staging, against 1BO sy any other roate. Te auuummudatiox WAX TRAIN rasa daily f ex cept acmaaysj between Memphis and the Janettaa with the Mississippi central Railroad: Leaves Junction 7.00 A. II. ; arrives at Memphis 11. -00 A. at. Leaves Memphis 2.00 r. si. i arrives at the Jsnetlan 6:twr. M. Frl4it Trains le.-ve Meapals for Ftsahentas DAILT at 7 a. at. Doors cloee atlr. ax. Tbraagh Tickets only, on the above Rentes, can beofc- tained at the Commercial Hotel, as well aa isuarmatito conaecieq witn tne itoao. passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before an taring tbe ears, and save payment of extra fare. jsaggage eneczea to all stations oa the RaBroad. aad no Baggage will be received without being checked. Each passenger will be allowed seventy-five Mauds of baggage by Railroad, and sixty posnds by Stage; bat no arttete will be carried as baggage that is not iacMent ta the person of the passenger. In else of Iom the Cora- pony win held themselves responsible for an amaeat not exceeding 3109. .Negroes, wnen traveling alone, nsst have apenait. na ming the point to which they are to go, and specifying uai taey are to travel By railroad, or they wlH not be caxrreu. B. AT1ES, tptl SaperiBtendeat of Transportation. For Baltimore, Washington., New York, Philadelphia, SiC. Direct Through Lino for the East! Maltlmore and Oliio RAILROAD. THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (173 miles,) and to Washington, (400 mues,) and pre seats the fullest advantages both as a fre.jjht and passenger line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the Ailsgheaie; and being solidly constructed, comnietelv equipped and carefully managed, is one of the most at tractive and safest Railroads in the United States. The Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and Zanesville to Wheeling, unites this road with ail pertioes of the West and Southwest. The oslt Thbccoii Tickets from Mrjirnu, Louisville and St. Louis te the Xatiosal Me tropolis, are sold by this read, which raits direct to Washington without the delay of patsiag taroagh Balti more. It is also tbe only line by which basag can bs checked to Washington from the Ohio river. 3" By tke mail ROUTE from Memphis, tnke the mail steamers, running daily fer Louisville, ceasHcting there with mall steamers or JeoVrsoaviil Railroad for Cincin nati, where tbVy arrive so as to connect with th cars of Little Miami Railroad for Cetambss, coBaectug there with Central Oato Railroad, through Newark aad Z&nes ville, to Whenlmg. By the express train of this ronte, the time from Cuivinnatl to Baltimore and to Warning ton is less than 27 hours. 3" Be sure ta ask for tickets by theBalttmors and Ohio Railroad Route. S3Pasengers from Memphis going East throagh St Lotus, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohs RaBroad. This roate lays thraaghVincenn. Terra Haute, Indianapolis, etc, ta Wheeling, over the new Ohio and Mississippi and connnecting Roads. Thess connections are all direct, and the time from St. Loai te Baltimore or Washington is but about 43 hours. Threagh Tickets by this route may be had of the Agent, nadir the Plan ter's Hooss, at the following rates : From St. Louis to Baltimore $25; to Washington $26. At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior ears oi the Baltimore and Ohle Railroad, which leave three times daily for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Xew Tork. Through in IS or 17 hours, incladiag stoppages. For safety, speed, regula-ity, beauty of Ihti country, and general comfort, this read is seooad to none in the Union. FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest equipment of say Railroad in the United States, and is prepared to do an immense business ia transportation. The road makes immediate connection at the wharves aad In the streils of Baltimore with the Raiiread to PhBadel phla and Xew Tork, steamers f Krics.cn and Balti more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to Xew Tork, and ky new Merchants' aad Miners' Line to Boston, steamers to Norfolk, CharlestoB, Savannah, fix. For particulars, see freight tariff, copies f which may be had of the Forwarding Houses in tbe West, or of J. B. Ford, Receiving and Forwarding Agent at Wheeling. WM. S. WOODSIJE, Master of Transportation, Baltimore. A. T. LAVALLETTE, Jun25-ly Agent, 61 Front Row, Memphis. NEW ARRANGEMENT! ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND To the North and East! Through in Three Days and a Half to Xew York! ILLINOIS CENTRAL M 1 JL M O & 10: Fron Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Hours, li'iiAouf Break of Uaage or Change of Cars or Baggage. AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars . leaving the same Depot, for Detr jtt, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Albany, Xew Tork, Boston, and ail Eastern and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from Cairo to Niagara, and three from Caro to Albany, and four from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare u lew. and comfort great er, than by any other rente. Passaagers through are NOT aubjected to the delays consequent ts the frequent changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana and Ohio, to the East and North. Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, aad the East, with Lake Shore Railroad and Steamers fer Racine, Milwaukee, Sheboygan, ftc, and with a splendid Line of First Class Stsamers for Sault Ste Marie, Lak3 Superior, Colling wood, Toronto, &c. "-rains leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol lows I 6:05 A. M-, Chicago and Danleith Express, Sundays excepted. This Train connects at Chicago with Xew Tork Light ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western aad Xew Tork Central Railroads, through in thirty-ooe hours. This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad lor St. Losiu and Vincennes; at Pana, with Trains ef the Terra Jptute, Alton and St. Louis Railroad, lor Indianapolis, Ijouisvllle and Cincin nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena Dunleith; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring field, Naples, Rock Island, Burlington and Quincy. 6:10 P. St., New Tork Express, Saturdays excepted. Stopping only at Important Stations, except on Signal, connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur ta Danleith, and arriving at Chicago it 2 r. 21. Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will find at Duc lelth, steamers of the Dunleith and Minnesota Packet Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo Train for Lo Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, fee. Passengen for Janesvllle, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con sectat Freeport with Trains to Belolt and Jicesviflc, and from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis consin. The Msps and Charts Indicating th Great Central Route to the North and East are an exact transcript of Cotton's Map of the United States, and passengers are requested to examine this route as well aa the running time cards of the connecting Roads, and Judge for them selves as to tbe correctness of tbi above stateraenta. The opening of the Illinois Central iallroid from Cairo to Chicago, and thus forming a speisly and direct means of communication between the Uppir Lakes and Rivers, and tke Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler, a. well as the business man, attract loos and facilities far reaching the North and East which surpass those of sny other route whatever. The accommodations fur nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav eling public, the permanency of the road and structure, the strength and elegance of tat Engines and Cars, com mend themselves to those who desire in traveling speed, comfort and safety. TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis, Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Offices on the tine. A. T. LAVALLETTE, Agent, Jua-ly Memphis. Tenn. LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY. J. A. HAlVlYINCr, LEAVENWORTH C1TV, K. T. THE subscriber begs leave to offer his services to tke public as Land Agent, J.urreyor, Draftsman, aad Dealer in Land Warrants ne will attend promptly to buying and selling Real Estate, collecting debts, paying taxes, buvine. selllne and locating Land Wamnts, and to all business pertaining IO ucuciai xmuii .latucr. References. Col. 5. O. McCartv. Col.-J. y m..v. lon and J. D. Henderson, leavenworth City; J. c. iuiutii;uiu i. u. uawiey, jicmpnis, Tenn.; J. R Connelly, nernands. Miss. novI3-w3a GEO. FLAHIsHTY & T?RO RECEIVED per steamboat Lebanon, this day, $3070 worth of Safss. Tables, Iiedsteads.Scfas, Chairs. &e all of which we offer at unui ually law prices, being press ed for rocm to store them, st comer ef Main and Union P. S. Six Pianos for ii'i. flM Tni Repaiied. decfj-ly MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILRO A TY . - Jjpoix To Coiao. .N aad alter MunJay. January Hlh. 1867, THROUGH 1 MAIL TRAIN win wrkl. w . 11 S'lsat1?" " I8:G " This Train coaawU at Cocao with J p. MeAlexaBder Co ', daily line of First Class Post CWtxs JTTfcrfa aad Grenada Starin rtnr-t ..." .. a - -- - - w wHti iM.weea aiem phis aad Greaa :a-Ueagl, t. 16 The f aveter f'TT v oa sal oeiag a aaerter aad cheaper route to Giesada. Lis tan J,.kua .n t-i., -V o . isa aay The FREIGHT TRAIVwm .v- . . excepted,) frees aad alter MotHtay, the ij,h V Jrl' to Cema. It will h. mri .1-1. I ' " i.rraagerieMsmaletree1ve their g Tt taeVtatte on arrival, as the Cesapany have only tCJclnJ? met.,. fr Ukiag r7W rr-EetsHL w"" PaseBr. are reeassted to panbsK Tiekis. illL, Baaaae checked te all starioaj oa the RaUread aerf aa baggage wiu be rrceid witaeat biaVected' .2? nassesMer mtn h. .n - rr . eea. Rich read, a- toUZJZZZ L"""" T Rall- ried-a, .iTe.TaU, lsTiSiSu "TLVtl' passeagers. ' 9n-M of the la ease of loss, the Cesapasy will al.l ,w , r.Negiees. wbmi i....ii..-i v . -.nimgthe p,rn, te tl JcT ZZLgZS that thev iittainmi. . . . recfyta.g carried. 1 or tbey UI net bo Jaaw a.fMiaiesmat. FARE 1EI1LCE15 JACSSON AND NASHVILLE .TLX MEMPHIS AND I . ei4LaAUlJJ.Val I , LIT I. lpw JODton- eoanectiag with th.r JL neasee Central Railroad to Beiivar TLT.JlI with J. X wrrr. ew.i- , "r. taere ceoaMtiae WJjcksoa. ami tru Nashvi'lT';? eiayi and Friday. thriwhV. MeasUys, Wed- Thirty-Eicrht TTnr, The travelinc nnhlk- -,n ' naickeUreoV. TTad" 2??!. S Tbi ta the best rent te Jactsoo, getar IfcL.3 hrs. aad a daylight otTYs?Z?i? Tiawasee Cerurai KaUroad ia last .o-rf.ol, IsonteJacts-n. Th. Line to a V?Z ?ZJ?T" CeacBes and JZLT. r"'rutr aseeked wlsk - - . Rim Huntingdon, ... ' Nashville, - - X rrwui,i.. . .. - AU OO Stage 07 FARE KEBU47E! Prom ITemtihiq tn ti, iroa Meiaphis to Xashviiip cm rt - - -...v, V W KUi Via Jachson, TVayneslJoro and with the Memoes tiHuUkTu.u. . e apapet roate pain, er expeas wifl pa edTreX ble. The coaches )v,r. .Ii h "-r tk,ia Blocta- Our Uae connect at Jaclsea visj !v!!l!l - iilKWIKIII im&irrrn , V.L,,-11.. Fare to Grenarta ncluding' Omnibus Ticket to Holly Springs. The Cheapest and Quickest Souta aictitccu .ueapius ana Grenada now present id to Ike -iKm .i . Memphis ana Charleston and Mississippi Central Railroads. FOR tlsket er information, apply to .v-.. oijj a. tu.. Agents. Qimmercial Hotel. AMlSoSbv034 PitMt 5 tfpC8-tf TT. Vf QBAsttva, JPianos ' " via. A SUPERIOR assortm.nt ef Pianos aaa ViMm,. -A Just received by Metedeons, H. M. GROSVBXOR- Carwets s aw- TUrecorved, a large ae elt Vefv .J Brussels Titw.t Vk -TT V-l " Vert t. Carpets, Rags, Carta ins. Cornices, it nn. "T"" If V r.TIUir.vn. aWlZSic I JVtTaa PROF. P. RIVINAC would rtipeetfailylassMBceta tie citizens of M-mnhi. -T.l . "" 43 118 iastructen the Pi cSur" .U,V. Zl ' n" wul ma na Repair Piaaes, Melodeess etc Pn tire satisfaction wui be given -seeo, esc. En- "Mrteg to take lessons win please apeiv at AIsx ander it-White's Mask aad Book store ThOS: WlshiBZ to urrb,u . n, . . him. aad be will sehct yoa the beTta ,e eity Regers, H. S. Bradford. "ft WUIe, J L. Rev. J. -Rogers, Eason Jones, BrowMT.Te jXT O Tics' VINACto the citizen, of Mem. ar-TrtarVv to my fnead., as oae of tbe first Teacher 1, JhVseaa7r!j bepeyea will patronise him la htuneef botaessi give entire sitlsfaetlon. RespeetfSry " b9 S3- Baqalrer copy. ' For Sale 1.twr r rr- Kflfl KFGSnalla. attuc, eJUU 350 pieces best Power and nivSTTi . 203 6.8s Machine Rape j b,' 60 cstts Manilla Repe; 100 pouads Twiae. nnrrnnmiw i- a i e mw. T THIS dar lsftst ia vrriai aBj..Th.u . . togieBslret.asraaU meaeranda-betk, ad iltWucf Arkansas Swamp Laad Scrip. Ne. 1043 for. - . No. 1014 for " esSin issued in September, 13, and peysAse arpteTtint? This is te notify Ike finder who the owner Is.lSto an persons Botiee not to parchase th s.m A vrr.-.-eeeBpensatioa wUl be given by me to the tinder ea deliveiy c)T- THOMAS JAHRS MAEBLE MONTJMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD AXD FOOT STOXES, &c. CONSTANTLT on hand. Moaumeats ef an descrto tleas, from $100 to $1000. of latest style aad a terns. Tombs and Head and Foot Stones, furnished aa low as any ether esUbUshraeat who do their work wen and sitis-actory. To those aeedlng anything in the Monumental line would do well to caU and examine be fore seodlngibeir orders te the North. Tbe undersigned willbe frd at the old stand on Adams stivetTbetween Mate and Front Row, opposite the Worsaua House, ready io fill any orders, having the best of Marble and Workmen, no pains shall be spared te give satisfaction t . xr ,r . . JOHN WHITE. r. 3. Mr. M. L. sort Is now oa a tear thrones. Ierth Mlsssseiopi and the adjacent ceunii.s ef Teaaessee - - w. , am. wm oDscxacs rcr Marbfe at shop price, tbe obfeet of bis soar lejag chieflv Ia rmatw thji InniM.bui 11... . . . North for good work. The pnblis betas; saUsSed that it is the best policy te eaeearag heave tasmssu. and if good work and reasonable prices will keep k4sess at home, give year orders te Mr. Sery, er can eaBesttethe . w. Clerk's Sale. James and WUHam Rodgers, n. IPtlMleu for the Sale of Bllssbeta Redgers. i al., V Real aadPeseenal Pro heirs and dlstritattsa of) pettr ferMrfs4a. Cnllen Rodgers, deeM . j BT virtue of a Decree of the Coaaly Cecrt of Shelby Ceaaty, made la the above caase, at as Jaanarr Term. 1867, of said Coart. I will ooer at pehtte sale on TUESDAT, February 10th, 1857, en the pmake,, TUB Tract of Tjanri J (A itfMtai A rSetlAn T.. J sl . . uvrtw.o vasasrew iwnsgl3. BH 3, aDOCt O mitt east of Kamia. on the IGi-iope read. B4inrir Afhrt oseaSl frMfCflfUll OUV.1 .1. K- OT a wmr. -w w laAi avo- MTen .a narafeer, iMtasisc te tbs takl estate at T m T -situt w ill Ka a lil .-VI a a 4.Am.'ij AMm visa vrv bun siiiiAti-s;,, jq ggQ VXIOW'S dower, St oee tbirf cash, aad the balance a a credit of ns nrt t'crn wixiT r th Uwm tao n. to v . wi vHi-iM.iwa &H ataln4a ATT CTtmmX. AF aba vaae Ik. u. a . " - FUHX5f3X CiTiaC bond and need ierfttr, aad Men b4s rataiaed oa tha T ut nrvl 41 n ! in n mwr JanlB-wtas JOHN P. TMgKVANT. Clerk. Clerk's Sale of Land. Wm. Rogers and wife, Ifarj") V.n VTv.tT Hl.iwl . I sry"! al , heir of Hiland Bland. I Ja aaty Owrtef SSI- deteaieU. JaMa''7 Term, Petition ex-par te to sell Land j fer partition. J BT virtu of a Decree in tbe above cause, nude by the Ceaaty Ceurfof Shelby County. Jaacary T.rra, 1S57. I vHt oar at pnblte sale, at the late reeWence ef Callea Rogers, deceased, oa the LaGrange aad Ralstck m.n i TUESDAT, February 10th, 1S67, A Tract of Land, containing 123 acres, betengiag t the heirs of H3and Diana, oeoearca, suuaiea in Range o, Sesaien I, north of Wolf river, in the county of Shelby. Terms naif cash and halt on a credit; or onaiyear, the purchaser giving bond snd eecarlty, astCa lien being retained on th land until Baal payment. ; JanlO-wtds JOHX P. TRBZEVAXT, Clerk, FOR SALE, OX rnod terms far nth. . TTrtTlQT Tjrrr SjlGT.ornorse without tha Baggy. Applr to 2? dedg-tf Tnn.t rrrnnTwa Crystaized NItrat Silver. 130 ozs. pure Xltrat SUver, fer sale by dc9 WARD tc JOXZS. A Store House tor Rent. ON Front Row, in the centre of business. Apply to Joseph Barbler, Xo. 33 Front Raw, or B. B. WADDLE, novS Union street.