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CLANAHAN5 HUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 33 1S57. VOL. VII.---NO. 274. i f i ' if ( nWUSHBD DAILT, TRI-WRBKLLT AND WEBiT.LT, BT AM. K. x'CLANAHAX, LEONIDA6 TROUSDALE, WM. K. HCTTOX, BENJAMIN T. DILL, CKDEK THE STYLE AND FIRM Or aat?OLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO., 1)8 WHOM AU LETTERS ON BUSIVESS, OR OTHER WISE, IMCUI BE ADDRESSED. PRICE OF SimSCRIPTIOIY. Basts-, ta advnooe, per wigs $! 00 Til-WwsHy, " " S AO Wee-sty, " " " 3 00 U-lfce Twtly paper win be tarnished to Clubs of Ten MM aaair Twenty, at $t to cuk; M Clabs of Twenty at nnw, at $ each payable invasiaary la adyiuee, aaat cossy Oob to b made up at on osace. "CJ- Aa eld eabci Urn aad a new dm will be titeB to ttlart$SMeach. J5J-,Ja ne case wtu tbe ps-per be seat to newsnbscri- tt orner par the emm 1 attended with Um stj- AH Belly suVMaiptteas Trill be considered dec and y ijrabb half-yearly la advance. p-,! fersgetng terras Mil he strictly sad rigidly DAILY RATES FOR ADVERTISING, gmnstsst aw the AmpoM ami Smote ami Jfrowfe-T tmt aae saaareof tea liae or Mac, oae amitlMi f l M jnjr aeon aacwanai rosertloa of V If . 1, s OMMooitt ono 00. 30 00 7 Ml 001 tf 00.18 7 23 00, SO 00 M O0ltt 00M : ooao 0tf ot 30 00 40 00 V M,W OOilz 60 U 00 SO OO.aTt t M JRVS7 SO M 00 4- 64 9 0JOII3 00; 1& 00 18 00S( 00 SO 00 37 00 45 00 00 00 oa-otM ooji7 tern oojss oox eo.43 75 58 00, 70 00 TJl M OD-ao ooa 00 (St wise 00.40 00 SO 00-sS SO, 80 oo s.)t Miis otv.ss mm 00' 45 OOSS IS 07 SO M 00 4- 9 Mf 00. M OtXSS 00 JO 00 40 0M 00 00 7S 00 100 00 f3 On of aare, renewable weekly, per annum, $00 00 " " " Iwiee a week, " 60 00 .. a3" oanorej, ma maala n it 1 , per aaaaat. to 00 " " " twice a week. " 80 00 ItJ" ABJ adTortleemento repaired to be kept oa eeond perayWABOca as hew each tuv, aad on third paaa, H ffTrf orer Mated rate . fj- AdiialM-aiiatiidliacied to be dtaalBred, or set in taat'rat, cnarsad double rates. JC3" Xnarlr adeertiaen wi I be charged extra for oeca- PJWBK aBnce orer contract, aad when la roe type Is re- aindtob need, or the adTwtlatsaeat kept on ioe-de of J3T Taattr adeerUeers win be cha't? extra at resralar wens Ss wants, Jtea's, jtemovals, Copartaenhip No- tsasa.mfjesssarnes, ate. B3TSVAMIESrr ADrEBTMIKO SttmT BE PAIS) FOB. IX AtrrasscE. tj Mo advertisement win appear in the Weekly paper bbsjbsw snr spec ai contract. tj" Aoertisesaento to be Inserted in the Weekly paper oatp, r at ltresrular insemls ia either of the papers, wKI ggoaarsses f I per K)ore for every laeertion. f3 AnnoanciBt candtaatos for State, Ooaaty and Ma aactpal tMoes, $6 each, to he paid In advance in every KJ-AH asrseallseaaeats far Charitable Institution!, ran uampaaa i, rtara. Town, aaa ataer nuwc aeetincs, so hersmigsd half price. O jtaarlaons atad Deaths are putlssbad as aews ; bat Wsniaarb i, Tribale. of Reepectaad Faatnil Invitations as esaer STorllorment. f3 All LeyaJ aad Traartsat AareetHinafnU win be snasaag tty the iaitiaa. S3 sMatocial Natioes is Ical Colwaaa win be charged 0 oaf per line. stf-Jfodjedactionor Tariatlon win be made from the : rases. McCLANAHAN. HUTTON" & CO. Irflfrssioiml (torts. I. O. RITES. ATTOWfST AND COCNSHLOR AT LAW, MemphU, . lesaa. Oalc: la the Post Oflrce BaMis. AM sssseaevs entrusted to bis care wOl receive prompt seal fasthtlll attent lea . Collect ions p-omptly made in the pa i loaadmi, oanaties of West Tetmeesee, Misetostppi aad Aitaaoas. JantS daerly J. A. ANDERSON. ArTOItNBT AT LAW, Memphis, TVnn. Offlce tn Walker's aiMin$, orer MansaeMs Drag Store, MaOa street. JanlO-ly BENJAMIN IIOWCOTT, Ceatist. EATING prepared mseelf wea to practice Dentist.' y in Sfemphts. I reapectfaffr solicit J the patiuatai of all who may need my t r " vices in the Dental line, aad bind mvK-lf to perfarm all operations an the Teeth, aad insert A: Ulna! Teeth in the rtoet approved style as weal as it can be dear is tailor any other eoantry. Oasee oa Maia street, opp.slle Woreaam House. W. Af REE H. M. ACKEE. G. tV. & H. M. ACIIEE. DBNTI9TS. Oatee rjnioa Hock, Court street, between Main aad Front Row, 1 Memphis, Tetmessee. All Bntal Operations performed with the leas possUili. pain. Daseases of the Alveolar Process sard rams treated in the most skUtfal ataaner. Full or partial gets of Teeth set on Gutta Percha or Sold, with the latest Isnproecsaents, and tTABAJCTIED. ibjuM ly B. C. BROWN, A nOHNsir AT LAW, M.rion, Ark., praetices Vb Jy. Psdlltps, Cntteadea, Mississipsd, Green, Randolph, I mian , iortepeadenofc, Jackson, Potasett, St. Fraacia aadMaars Ceantias. in Arkansas. oct7 1 Card. C TR. SAJIVKL GILVBRT, 8s., has returned to Ms H . XJ ssnsyaatoad near Memphis, aad raopeaf d his I aati as- I will remain penntnentry. B treats the feitow Cancers, Smtfala, Whi e Swenii.g. i asad W.ns. wltboat Snreycal oneratioas. Bssac treats all Chronic Female dti tales, Suresef loncstaasnag. a, Syphilis, and a J tut ma of Mercarial Xar fi. deems it nnnece;sary to say more, as he has Ur ns; aUneims of his saocoss from Maine to Oregon. J. wtxsunsstAX WICKEKSHAM .....ED. A. BEECKEB. BEECHER, AITORNXTS AT LAW, MssapbU, Tennessee. Oalce, . Ms. ;l afariua streot. Jaal-tf SMITH P. BAXRHEAD, A TTtJSt.Vcr AT LAW, HesophU, Trna. Othce la tb XL Fast Oabos stock, over Aydartt k. Co., thtrd story. apt JOHN A. NOOE, AiaOftNBT AX LAW. OaVM to the Vast Ontoe BaM tasu Memphis, Tean. aov7i-r Dr. R. JL. EASH.I, LAW StasT Physician aad Director of eeves! Hospitals in Getaaaay, msusber' of diflbreat Medical Societies laKewTork has located ia the city of Meaaphis, and of wa has seivicas to t- pabllc as Physiciaa, Acconcber, aad tar all operations im Sorgery. tr" OSSce oa Washington street, bsnveasa Main and ortso X. T. BICit ABDSOS. . W. W WHEATLET..X. A HinflS. Richardson, Wheal ley & Hiegs, ATTORMKTS AT LAW OfBce on the corner of Second . aadOoart streets. Memphis. Tenn. ocll-ly DR. THOS. KELLER, L ATS at Tarn aiabia vAlabama. has located permanent if'sBMeasph:, an oners bis servtees to the public ta SB the breaches of his profession He has taken the eOtee horasofer- occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby aad tTaisa streets. Havtmc recenthj made a careful and aoansl lelmiun of Snrrtcal Instrasasals, he is prepared tar sal the oprations of Saraery. B sesames on Shelby atrsat, betwton H -Una; and Tresevant steeess. my-ly HASKELL & SEARCY, ATSOBSntT AT LAW, Memphis, Tesmassee. fa. T. . Hash all aad Robert Searcy have associated them-j-ev tssawhai- tn the mactiee ot Law. One. In the nmSC il4ui BEN. SIIERROD, A TJORMsTr AT LAW, Oovuaj tea, Toon. All bsfrifiu n to his care will reotive prompt atteetics. MytO-tf LEROY POPE, ATJOUKXr AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., win practice saag theOonrts of Memphis and the Western Dis trlstaf Tesnnaseee. 3" OsOnr soath of Ooort Square, adjotsiae that of the i taerx. maric-ly EGBERT H. OSBORNE WILl. practice Law in the Courts of Hardeataa. Fay ette, Tipton and Sherby, also in McNu-y aad Har der tataatiss, and in the Supreme Cur. at Jackson. AO saashaaM entrusted to htei -vt. receive ptostpt aad f aith fal stseatisa. H" face K In the Chancery Clerk's eOce, Bstrwie. Hroeman county, Tenn. novSS JOHN P. FAR RELLY, AXSORNET AND OOa.VSKIJjOR AT LAW, Menophis, . Than. Omce corner of Main aad JeahrsoB streets, eear Ishasin &. Co.'a. Jbsjor to Hons. Henry Pirtle, W. T. Bmuock and Messrs. A. I ataut n & Son, Louisville. Ky.; Bon. James Pryor, Oanatsri. Xj.; McGrejsor, Ailoway &. Co., and Moses gasaawet, New Orieaae; E. M. Aaaenw & Co , Metn rnt. ' , nevii-w Q.. C. GRASTY, ATTORKET AI LAW. and Commissioner for the . Btut u of Vtratnia. Atabasaa, Mississippi aad Tcs seseee, LOUISVILLE, XT., wiu promptly attend ta bae Ismss saatrasted to his care, and enforce the collection of etastss in this aad the adotntng States. Refekekcec Hon. Jacob Thompson, Oxford, Miss.; Han. J. J. McRae, Governor ef Mississippi, Jeoksea; Hea. H. 8. Bennett, Washington City; Cot. B. . DDL MmiibbIi, Tenn.; Bent Daval, Tucker, Braaaan k Co., Bankers, Geo. Blancbs'd, Hushes & Hatcbtasos, Loais rtn. Ky. X3" Oebee, Marl,e Hail Buildings," Fifth street, feetweea Market and Jeflerson. jnaSt D. L. KEKJIOX J. n. ARMSTROKO. HERRON & AKitlSTRONG, ATJOBHRrS AT LAW, Oofleeville, TaahtMha ossnty, MI'riseipsd. WB1 practice In the cotmtiesof Taloba eba, TaBaastChis, Ijfiyette, PanoU, OerreH, Choctaw. QhMataw, and Oarhoaa. Also, in the Canted States Ooart at Pesatotoc, Van Chancery Court at GuiaMten, and RiHh Osart of Errors aad Appeals at Juksea. KErE&EXCEC : NEW ObLEAXS VCRae, Coomaa it Co., FantTntane it Oav, BaahsaaJi, OarroU & Oo., J. Bninsfcie k Co., FrtesnsSL Mtar & Co. MbmeEhis OstsHt, HtH k Talraadee, Feren-oa & . v ?MKt Orgs & 09., G. D. JebBson, B. F. Die, iushtcss (Saris A. J. "WAIiT & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL G M O C JE JR B , AND DEALERS IX ALL XIrlDS Or UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE, seuineuti corner si main ana union als., MEMPHIS, TENN., TTAYE always on hand well aad carefnlly selected jlj. "tcx or artsctee m inetr line, watcn imj van lea at toe lowest current prices. 3 Orders promptly Blied with dispatch. .2. 1SEMS!T&, ATCH JIAKEE, AND DEALER IS Watclies, Clocks, and Jewelry, OORXKR OF MAIN AND ADAMS-STS., TAKBS thi method of lotormin: hit frleada, aa Ma liaMU newer jJly, that be has aw Ted frora T. hi ok! Hind to the oraert Uaia aad Adaau wsiSB&rtreeU, where he will take pleatare is exhthitinc a new aad choice lot of JEWELRY, to tboe who mj faTor htm with a call, aad will be pleased to execate all orden for repairs in hU ltae. He fcoeee, bf boaeatT, Jn-teerltj-, ad his efihrU toaleaae, to eain the eoBfldesoe aad liberal patronage of all who nay Cad it eosTeaient to nan aw ewawmaie nu S3" An ardors lor repairiagia everj briucb ef Bsjbo praapttr attended U. aixrSl-lr J. B. SHAEPE, fTHOLBSALK tat) A'nnr t? a ptati JL VJJ-Ci.V KJ J JL- J.X X'VXl-M .... . . , . .... el jfm. no jnniw-ai., -Mfwrea t rsK ju ana Jgots, MSVPHI8, TKXX., TT7"OrLD reipectrullj Inform Ike merah-iata of Urm V V nhte aad snrroanJinK ooontrr, that he has jot t re-. toned from the cibes of Tlrnaia, where he eatabllehed a permanent Acencr f ir the sale ef all aradof of Ylrcin ia Tobacco, aad inieads to ketp Cbastantly oa haatla stock eqnal to the demand, at manafactaren' prices. Beiat: fnilT aMe to compete with the New Tork, BoitL more, Cincmsati and New Orleans markeU, be iBTifet the attention of all dealers In the above article to hi." stock before parchasraE etsewbere. oeSlcw tr J. B. SHARPS A. r. X'CANE r. s. WILLtAUS McCANE & WILLIAMS, (Saceeasers to "Wheal Sc Taylor,) FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Duvall's BluiTs, Arkansas, At Ike asstVay the Menpku and little Reck Roil rod on WkUe River. rrt HST keep constantly on haad Sagar. Coflee. Salt, A Floor. Matesees, and all ether arttctes asaally kept ta a moony, waaoa tbey will soli low for cash or ex istence for Hides. Furs and PeNrie, or any other articles broccht to the market. t3 Goods destioed for Little Rock or the adjacent ooaatiea shipped to DuTaU's Btusrs, will be forwarded iauaediately. as there are always wageas and teams in readinese to ham to aay point. aepSS-dawtf We are now recetriag and opeatBg ear Fail and Winter STOCK OF DRY GOODS "lONSIStlNG of every variety of Staple aad Fancy Dry w tjooas nsaatv nt Hills market. sanerOao Black aad Mae Cloths, Camimeres. Doeskin', Cloaks. Mantillas, Moire Antasae, Velvet. Shawls, te latest style; Ladies' Dress Goods, or a saaerior quality ; Crape Shawls, a iarce lot of Bssoketo. Nearro Cloth, Brogaas, Ready Made OotbtDC, Boat asH Shoes, Hats, and a Tarioty of artider, too namerviM to mention. i'l I ask is, "Oomt one, coe all," aad examlna my stock, before maktas: yoor parchases. I bought on the very best terms, and am determined that none skill un dersell me. I shall adopt the Cash Ststxm, estpt ! paactaal dealers. A. O. BLAIR, No. S77 M4n street, octlS-dtwawSm Old Stand of Ferguson &. Netll. D. PANTE & CO., Lard Oil. Soap and Candie JfkOTJFACTURERS, 141 Main afreet, Memphis. Tcnn. rp HX bhrhest markt t p ric s paid ii r ivugh and rendTd no2 1' JSJO. oc2-tf ME31P1IIS, TENX. BRETOR & CALDWELL, NEW YORK, GENERAL C0.1HIISSI0X MERCHANTS AND Cotton and Grain Eactors. H. 073RETO&"C0., Kobilo, Alsoamz, GENERAL COMMISSION SHIPPING 1MERCHA1STTS, RRFEU to J. T Soutter, Ess;., President Bank of th ReaaMie, New Tork; J. K. Sass, Esq.. Preaiden Beak ef Charleston. 8. C.; Messrs. Joha Fraaer k Co., J. W. Caldwell, Esq., Charleston, S. C Oat. Wa. M Churchwell, President Bank of East Tennessee, Knox vine; I. B. KIKTLANV, Esq., and Messrs. FALLS a CASH, Memphis, Tenn. aep37-3m JOHN B. B0TT0, BOOT AND SHOE UIuVFAGTullEU, No. 06 Front Row, SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT, XVCcnt 10T1 i tn , Tcnn.., EKEPd toasuntly on band, BOOTS and & 3 SHOES, of his own make, also of other Jt-? manaf actaret s. He keeps, also. Leather, V i3 Sal nmw ruif SUrina Frma inH V- American Shoe Findings, Truaks, Carpet Bags and Va lises, all of which he wi I sell as cheap at any In this mark't. Give hini a call before purchaaiag elsewhere, declt A. STREET & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF RAILROAD CARS, CARTS, Poplar, between Main and Second Streets, aaclS MEMPHIS, TEXX. Walker & Brothers, MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING, AKD DEALERS IK Rvy Goods, ISoots & Shoes, wy nolosalo and -Erf-otnJJ.f No. 79 Pront Bov. fgtfs-t W have Just received one Lundml cases ot ytrJVl Clothing, expressly manutactared for this raar f wket and are opening the best selected stocks of ,ft"all kinds of Dry Goods, Boots aad Shoes, evtr bronght here, which we sOer at the lowest possible prices, beina; enabled to compete with any hoate through the facilities of our house In Philadelphia. We would especially invite the attention of country merchants, knowu ( that wi an and will suit all 3d very -te CVI arfl see. anglG- SCHNBIDER & GLASSICK, MANCFACTUREKS OP Jtferten Street, oppotHe Commercial Hotel, XKHrillB, TEAS. WE ask the patronage of citliens and those visiting Memphis. We warrant ail of our work, and oar long experience in the business will enable us to make or re pair Guns and other Fire-arms in a superior and wcrk ssaslike manner. augl-dawSin A. VACCAR0 & CO., DEALERS IX GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Fruits. &c, NO. 2S MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. octM CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, Main ttrtei, next door to Odd FeBovt' Hell, MEMPHIS, TENN. XD33S XilTTEsS X3XT FORE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, CHEMICALS. Snrgical lastrsmentt, Fancy GooO, Passsts, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic Medicine, Garden Seeds, Snail, Tobacco and Cigars, Brandies and Wines. S3" Every article sold by us warranted as represented, eabiect to be returned at our expense. July8-ly LAW NOTICE. HV0LLINTINZ, Esq., has removed bis Law Office over the Store and Comnisston rtoase ef Fowlkrs, Mount & Co., an Jefferson street, between the Pest Office aad Main street. speI3-tf D T. DUBOSE, A TTORNET AT T.AW, Memphis, Tenn. Offlce cn east LX sfcts cf Matarstreet. between Jefferson and'Anams. Motor to r. JT, Aiefcwen, u arris &. MeNeiH, J. D. w . -, , Muunu, uin a. jniLnefH, J. Li . lams, W. BMHIer and Miles Owen. Memphis, Tenn.; n,Titnsfc Co., New Orleans. Jsnl-tf wiutam. Moon, J "waew ij.nl sna S'.ap tireare mttn J arms JAMS T TATLOK ..W. B. fiOSS. TAYLOR & ItOSS, GENERAL C03HIISSI0N MERCHANTS AMD WHOLESALE GEOCEES, Xo. G Monroe Street, Memphis, WILL make liberal c itb adraoces on all coniignmenu ot Prodeee or Merchandise. RtfcrtKCtt ITendersoa, Terry k. Co., 8. O. Nelson & Co., New Orleans; Speed & Strange, J". II. Appermn b. Co., ITemphU. MTlt-Sm PATTERSON, MARSHAL U & CO., Grocers, Cotton Factors, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 49 Front Rott, Memphis, Ttnn. fBU cbarges for se!Une Cotton 'on arrival are Fifty J Cents per Bale ; far itorinc and f ellln: Seventy- iTe benu. AU Cetton lesnred unless otherwise instroetsd. febI7-UwIy J. K. SMITH...J. I. MEACIIAM... WIIITEFIELD. SMITH, MEAC5IAM & CO., W 1101.CSiXlC wvo cevs, ForTrarding &, Commissiou fllercliaiita, (Mosby $- Hunf ' Nets Building t,) Xo. IS Front Row, Memphis, HAVE now on band a fine assortrceat of Bagging and Rope ot tte best brands, together with a complete anu wen setectea stock ef the rations articles nscauy kept in our Easiness, to wtucn Tte invite tne attention or purchasers Agents for the sale of "Pike's celebrated MsgncUa whisky, " and Joavs, Lloyd X Co.'s Southern Manufao tnra a aus. suiiu.n EAUUA-H h uu. aajan-oci . r. HILL. .. T. HATLET. HILL & HAYLEY, uotton factor S, OVER D. H. TOWNSEND'S, MEMPHIS, TENN. TT'OR Sell lag, SO cents per bate. For Stortac and Sell- J? lug, 76 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or a. area by ns wui M eve red by Iasuraace, unless other wise instructed. X3 Bagglar, Rope and Plsutatiin Supplies furnished to customers. sep10-daw6si A. A. SMITHWICE. Memphis. .J. B. WHAT. Memphis. , W. SMITH. Hernando. SMITHWICK, WRAY & CO., COTTON FACTORS AKD Commission Merchants, ye. 3 Maditon-it.. betctern Front Row end Malnst. Vp Stein, MEMPHIS, TEA'X. STRICT attention given to Selling .atad Stories Cotton andProdnce consigned to us. X. B. Orders for Bagjlng, Rope and Plantation Sup plies filled with care and dispatch. Charges for Selling and atorlng Cotton, fifty cents per bale. aus21-m A. 'iilIiopeins & CO., ( Succeuort to Poattl i- Co.,) Cotton Factors AKD COilOnSSION iTEERGHAKTS, NO. -11 UNION STREET, sep!7-ly NE1VORLEANS,JJ:: S. WILDS VEHN0.T, I D. C. WILLIAMS, S W. A. BBYAX, (M. X. B3.TAK, Late of Panola, Miss. Late of LaGrange, Tenn. r03r,BBTAN&C0. Cotton Factors, Commission and a- onvarum; MERCHANTS, 6 Front Row, over Jlrachnm Ic Galbralth's, MEMPHIS, TENN. Tl ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping aad JL Selling Cotton. Charges &o cents per bale. AH cotton seat to us will be covered : Insurance, unless otherwise Instructed. aug22 T. B. NORMENT, Cotton Factor AKD COMMISSION MERCHANT, MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK, Up Stairs, 17 1-3 Front Row, 3IEMPHIS, TENX. A LARGE stock of Ragging and Rope always on baud. iJL. JnlyS-dawly I E. SI. ArrERS0!T....C. DELOACII... .DAVID ADAMS, E. ITS. APPERSON & CO., COTTON" FACTORS, Commission &, Forwarding merchants, AKD DEALERS IK Bagging, Rope, Groceries, &c, No. Go Front Row, and G Jefferson Street, MEMPHIS, TEXN. EJ" Particular attention paid to storing, telling and shipping Cotton. aug3-dawem FELIX WALEEB, New Orleans, La. issvtsss ??. c. sy 1 DER Coffeerille, Mlas. WALKER & SNIDER, Cotton Factors AKD Commission Merchants, No. 123 Canal Street, julylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA. C. M. RORTOK, H. C. nOBTOK, Late liorton k Hunter. Late of Monthalla, Miss. C. M. IIORTON & CO., COTTON FACTORS, Commission & Forwarding Merchants, No. ZMcdaon-St., opposite i. U. Kirtlani'i Qfice, MEMPHIS, TENN. WE will continue as heretofore, glvln; special atten II tion to the Sale and Storage ot Cotton, at fifty cents per bale, and to the selection and purchase of any article ia market. Office removed froa No. 3 Front Row to No. 3 Madison street, nearly opposite "Union Bank. angSO Z. M. GATES .A. M. WOOD. GATES & WOOD, COTTON FACTORS, GBOCEBS, Produce and General Commission So. 3 Union Street, between Main and Front Row, MEMPHIS, TEXX. AFTER an active application to builness, for over , eleven years, we, for tbe first time, solicit ths pa tronage of oar friends in the capacity of t-otton Factors. We feel confident ot our ability to pleassf&nch as may on fWe their business to our charce. Our stock of Bag Xing, Rope and General SuppilclpvllI not be excelled in the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton or other Produce, in store, will only be effected upon actual initmcttsns, or when under advance. Shipments ot Cotton by steamers wiH, at all times, be Insured while tn transit, with open policy, unless otherwise instructed on the face of bills lading. To an our friends who have so liberally patronized ns daring years past, we shall offer the same inducements as heretofore for a continuance of their patronage. JanlS-dawly GATES k WOOD. 7ABSLAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD. W. HOWARD & CO., Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, DEALERS in Bagging, Rope. Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt, London Porter, Ale, Wins, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano, Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good stock now on hand, and for sals at reasonable prices. 53-Cash advances made on Cottons in store for sale or shipment. AU Cottons Insured unless otherwise instruct ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con signed to us by water ; also, the risk of Fire while in store, unlets otherwise instructed. Our prices for storing and selling Cottons, the same as wa have charged for years past fifty cents per bale. uty20 85. SEID B. REID & BRO., Cotton Factors AKD Commission Merchants, NO. FRONT ROW. MEMPHIS, TENN. ALL Cotton sent to our address Insured, unless instruc tions tr the contrary are recolrs-1. Plantation erdsr s fillefvUh care. Store and Son Cettin at fifty oentS ar tst. deet-rmylT T P. ATDLETT ......J. C. SOCOnEBTT, A'ev Orleant. Memphlt. T. P. AYDLETT & CO., COTTONFACTORS iKB FORWARDING MERCHANTS, I.O. S5 GUAVIER-ST XETV ORXEAXS. DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 23 FROST ROW, MEMPHIS, WILL make cash advances on all Cotton or other Pro duce snipped to T. P. Aydlett & Co., New Orleans. ocS-ly "GRAHAM '& HILL, 9 OOTTOjS FACTOKS, Commission and Grocer Merchants, NO. S FRONT ROW. (fconon factors CUDDY, BROWN & 00., COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL Commission merchants, 36 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. 1ASn advances made on all Cotton or other Produce y unsigned as aDOTe, oy janll-tt - . n.nniM J. B. ELLIS A. C BLAIH DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR, COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS, Receiving, Forwarding ana bencrai COMMISSION MERCHANTS, irin strtrt. Eaxt tide bttwttn Jtfmon and Atnvu. hltmvhit. Ttnn. npF nim: and Plantation Supplies' always on ir me ia iwo years, no hopes oy a street aiitn T? J 'a " junlO-dawtf ,lon u o"ln to m..it a contlnuauce of the Mine. JLX hand. oc7-tf J. j. WOrUJlIAM, Proprietor J. M. PATRICK & UO., COTTON apOTOJEtS AXD Commission Merchants, SO, i vnnNT ROW. Jtt.uriiis, (OFFICE UP-STAIRS,) TXTILT. riLL give strict attention to all Cotton ttnt nt for sale W ii.i.m,ii ftr .hinment. rncimrA ta us will be Insured against the dan- gera of River Navigation and fire wniie m avore, uu otherwise Instructed. Orders for Bagging, Rope and Supplies will meet oar prompt attention. auglS-dawem j. .-win-. ' B. IBEBRIILj COTTON FACTOR AKD COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 5 Monroe Street, bet- Front Row &Main, (SOOTH SIDE,) TtffiTrmhis. Tennessee. T) ARTICULAR attention paid to sals and shipment of X Cotton ana otiwr rreauce Bagging, Rope and Hantatloo Supplies furnished it lowest maiket prtcej. jr. Sj. terser 3 Cotton F"tor&Coim AU.ua ujr o- Afcuuv a ' Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Frent Row, Memphis. t WILL pay particular atUntlon to filling orders fot J. Grocerle-. BafgiBE sr- riope, o.c. Jum-dawly . r. BRimso J. B. OBirriHO. J. C GRIFFING & BRO.j O m all i S S i O II ITS C 1" C II H II I Sj n -KTU;, rnOT1T, ri 111 II OU VUll -UAOAAIAJ"0! wi-i. TTrB will furnish supplies te our friends ss heretofore, and make advances oa shipments to our friends In New Orleans. Orloon r HPii-xra. T. t. THEOBALD..!. C. OKIFTIKa Frankfort, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. E. S. THEOBALD. Frankfort, y. THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO., Cotton Jt- notoiM AND Qeneral Commission Merchants, KO. Tl CAJ1P STREET, lulyLlrdawtf yell" ORLEAKS.LA. cmnivaTAS si ASOX... ............ ..L. C toKvELL MASON & M0EVELL, Holly Springs, Miss. rupiey. "- Cotton Factors, CrB.OOEH.TT, AND COffllSSION MERCHANTS, NO. 165 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. fIONSTANTLY cn band. Bagging, Rope and Plantation J Supplies. mayai-iy L. BEASLEV W.LOTIKO. BEASLEY & LOVING, Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants ASD Gronoral Gr x" o o o r & t NO. 13 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. i T. A ncx tek of Rone and Bagging always on hand. Charges fifty cents per bale, all other Produce at usual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt rmitance. All P.oduce Insured, unless otherwise In structed. aUKuaawiy Trnr.iNn ronutl SAJIUEL c. nooai. Titos. jErrEBxos rowuii. FOWL3LES, MOUNT & CO., COTTOI EACTOES AKD GOMMISSION MERCHANTS, Post Office Building, Jetlerson-bt., MEMPHIS, TENN. OTORE COTTON in Fire-Proof warenouse. lLsnrance i 56 nr eenL less than any nouse in me ciiy. "ISHflrr TTSS w,. imi1 O- Cotton in store placed under lnsurarKe, miless In- mimntluiiKWu.'j. . ntton construed to ns on good steam, keel and flatboats covered by our Open I-ollcy of Insurance, unless aitoririi eTBTessed in face of Bill Lading. 53- Orders for Barging, Rope and Plantation Sniplles fllKlwu iiwauui y . ' . J E. BASSHEEiX, & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For the Sale, Storage and Shipment of COTTON, XO. 69 FrtOXT ROW, MEMPHIS, Xll.H.t. ALL orders for Bagging, Bal Rope, Groceries, Previs ions and Plantation Supplies, filled carefully and promptly, at tbe lowest current raws. augi-wiy T. STBATTOK, II'DAVITT. 7 J 1. II. DUKSC0VB, J ( W. B.DOKOnO. STRATTON, McDAYITT & CO., Cotton Factors, GROCERS AXD GEXERAL COMMISSION MEBCHANTS, NO. 70 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN. A LL consignments Insured unless otherwise lnstrnct- XleJ. Agests for GKIS WOLD'S " celebrated uottoa GIN. febSMy We continue to Store and Sell Cotton at FIFTY CENTS per bale. On band, a large stock of Pawer-Ioom and India Bag ging, Machine aad Hand Rpe, together with a heavy stock of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wc will furnish to our customers at the lowest market prices. au(12wem S., McD. 4. CO. 3. I-RAXSIOLI r. H. WILLIA1I10K. FRANSIOLI & WILLIAMSON, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In CHINA, GLASS, And Earthenware, French and German VaSeSi I SILVEE, SILVEE PLATED, GERMAN SILVER & BRITANIA WARE, FINE TABDE CUTLERY, etc., Jtc. 1SS Main Street, Memphis. ALSO, Looking Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Tea Trays, Parlor Lamps, Chandaliers, Glrondoles, etc, etc, etc Jnlyl7 G. B. liOCKE, Auctioneer and General Agent, AKD SEAL ESTATE BROKER, S3 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL, MEMPHIS, TEXXESSEE. PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every description. Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and Leasing Property, ke. Storage and Consignments solicited. Having engaged tbe services of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL, au old and experienced Auctioneer, late of Hunts rille, Ala bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and sales of every description, liberal Cash Advances made ok Consignments. ?3torage and consignments solicited. P. S. I am Agent for The Adams Express OompwoV. maris Gentlemen's Mats! THE NEW STYLE FOR FALL AND WINTER IS RECEIVED BY Fashionable Hatter, 75 Front Row. 10,000 PAIRS OF BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGASS, FOR SALE CHEAP AT W I t r-!.rT03Xys3 X oct!2-ly No. 75 Front Row. C. C. MA YD WELL'S JfIoIlBZ,F IJRJD, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, MEMPHIS, TEXN., TTTHERE can be found all description of Grave Work, V V which will be furnished as cheap as It can be got in any market West. Also, Building Work done at short notice. It is to tbe interest of all persons wanting such work to purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead of purchas ing from Agents, as ths Manufactora have to addl the twenty per cent, that Is paid Agents to the work sold by them. Southerners, look to your interest. dtcj-daw6m C. C. MATDWELL. ifofcbo steurknfe, Mason House. THE subscriber baTiaK opened tba'abore men tioned Home, on tbs West aider oriSaelby street, between Gayoso and Union, Is now prepared to receive all who may firor Mm witn their pat ronage, his nonse is sitaated convenient W tke ttesm boat landtag, and contiguous to the basloecs portioaof the city, and passengers wishing to take the Railroad I can take tbe umnibusts from the door. The lluose is entirely new, and bas been newly famished from top to uouom. ue solicits a share of tbepewie patronage decl8-3m M. W. MASON. Corner of Main and Adams street. MEMPHIS, TENN. TniS House Is situated in the centre of baslness, am lsnowanisbedandlncompleteorder. The Pioprietor pledtjes biniselt it shall not be surpassed by any Hoose in tie Sontl west. Being grateful for the rerr liberal ratroaas hestowci. COMMERCIAL HOTEL. CORNER FRONT ROW AND JRFFBRgON STS. rj-IHlS establishment bas just undergone taoroasb re A. pairs in ever? dettartmeat. Rooans nawtr nata-ed ana pspereu, dcuubk tnorsnghly renovated; there is not eren a mattress that Is not new or equal to new ; carpet. suaaiir new, . in one wore tne noise is Bow m de cidedly better otcer than It has ever beta since it was built. Very grateful for the liberal patraaege to tbt House since I tare occupied it, and havlns jjenewrd tars iraava, ooe on ise ltouse, tne outer upon mpnge, I Uoe-e to be able to give more attention than heretofore I aw determined to maks my guests comfortable. rc7-tf D. COCK.RKLL, Proprietor NEW 3KJEJ53T-CX XyjEZJSTI ON UNION STREET. THB subscribers respectfully inform theirold friends and ALL the public, that they have opened a aew Restau rant on Union street, where they are pri-parea to furnish the best brands that cn be found in the market, served In the best Parisian styles. Oysters. Game. Steaks, Salt and Fresh Water Piih, Birds In fact, everything suited to I he fiaest and most delicate epicurean taataj. uive us a can we nave six ainereni rooms for toe ac commodation of Private Parties. We will not be outdone in any branch connected with our business. JanI6-tf D nil PR R WOLF It, GITTBR. CONFECTfoiVERV. rnmacur ivnaa-m Mioaiv Plain and Fancy Candies, Adams Street, under the Wor- sham House, ITEEP3 constantly on band a large assortment of Green k and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their two Juice, Jelllea, PreaerTes, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, ane Wines, Brandies, all kinds Nuts, ke. flCTPfa connection witn tats estae- J. Stj5.Saloon.and wui nceire FRESH ila OTSTKRS by every packet. novI6-dly a. P. BarjCHBTTO. SIJAKSPEAEEAN HOUSE, By V. BACIGAI.TJPO, Corner "Washiagtsn-St. aad Froct Sow. r T C . RBCKIVRS FR8SH SHKLL V S 1 rLff & OTSTKRS by every packet, and is ) CS ?Lnow ready to wait ansa all who SJjle2 will give Mm a eau. la the very test style. ET5 Families supplied at all hours. 3" Satisfaction given, or no sale. odM-dSni RESTAURANT, ADAMS STREET, By B. A. Taccaro. FINE LIQUORS, f all brands; Ha- .vana Cigars, ke.. direct from Custom House, New Orleans. Oysters, Refreshmsnts, and all otner Luxuries, day anamgui. octi, -3m P. H. HEINRICH & BRO CONFECTIONERS AKD CANDY MANUFACTURERS, 297 MAIS' STREET, T7"EEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIN IV and FANCT CANDIES. CAKES. Fruits, Preserves. etc., wholesale and retail. We are also prepared to fur nish parties at the shortest notice. IN connection witn tnta we open our LADIRM' and ,0 BNTLKMENS' OTSTBR SA LOON from 9 o'clock A . X., to 1 o'clock p. M.,aad are receiving during tbe whole season, FRESH OYSTERS by every st-amt r. We solicit a share of the public patronage. nov2-dm VERANDAH RESTAURANT. THE Proprietor would in- vwflfK. form tbe public that he hasa!5& opened for tbe season, and Sited up in tbe best style, and la now prepared to accom modate tbe traveling public equal to aay Restaurant in tbe city. HaTing had considerable experience Mraterlnf to the public, he hopes to receive a liberal patror.aae. B f7 , ,,,. .- JT. Terms moderate. Wild Game, Oysters, Lobsters, Saralasjs, always et fcacd ; tbe best tbe market adonis. OaB al No. JO Jef ferson street. North side, next ooor to xaia street. J. WbiAitl. P. S. Meals at all hour. ane.15 iimp (forte- , SMITH. ...B. r. GUTHRIE. ...GEO. J. BOWLAKD. SMITH, GUTHRIE &. CO., Commission McvcUants AND WHOLESALE GEOCEES, DEALERS IK Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AKD AGENTS FOR TflE SALE Or Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco, Xo. 3G4 Main Street, between Second and Third, Jaul3-ly LOUISVILLE, KY. J. iff. ITIcFAlMMN & CO., (LATE TRIPLE TT, M'rADDIK k CO.,) COltlMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 28 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flear, Grain, kc, solicited and promptly executed. febl2-ly CM. HARVEY It. B. HARVEY. C. M. HARVEY & CO., COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, NO. 120 GRAYIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. OUR personal attention . jTlsW' '"U. Ill be given to tbe Sale or f Jfeyssri Forwarding of Goods or E2S5?i!231 Produce consigned to onrira """ ti Ts address. We will contract Freight on tbe abOTeterre-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at l.iwarl atshal IflwnilAira. A W iiare had several years experience ia our mariei In the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise. REFER TO Cook k Co., J. C. Giifflng k Bro , Speed k Strange, nannah k Shanks. aeclg-ly LOUISmLEPApER MILL. C. I. & A. V. DuPONT, MANUFACTURERS OF NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER, AND DEALERS IN PAPEES OP ALL KINDS, 477 Main-Street, Louisville, Ky. aeeau-oawiy II. FITZGERALD. ..CH AS. C. BILL..J. W00DW0RTH. H. FITZGERALD & CO., (Succeuort to Park, Simpton 4" Co.,) Grocers, Produce Dealers, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, No. 92 Front Bow, Memphis, AKD JACKSONPORT, ARKANSAS. ull6-dawly $30,000 WORTH OF CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, At Manufacturer's Prices. AMONG which may be found Wm Crompton's evtebrated brands, Lynchburg; Henderson and Holcombe brands, " Dr. James Saunders' Harry of the West, ic " 0. Ford's Anna Rice, &c, " R. J. Wade's brands, ' Jas. Thomas, Jr.'s Crescent City Paragon, RkhBiend i Cosbj h Winfree's Star of Richra'd PiWe of Va. " A. Dill's Fig, Mayflower, ke. ' Coleman Wortham's " C. W. Iris, " . " Hardgrove's "Indispensable, ke., ' O. M. Coby, (0. M.Cosby brand) Danville; Withers k Ayres' Young America, " W. T. Southerllns' brand, R. P. Richardson " Old Oatwell, " Keedtm, N. 0. With a great variety of common brands too numerous to mention, all of which wm be sold at INVOICE PRI CES, to close con.ignments. Every article warranted fresh and genuine, and direct from tbe factory. J. B. SHARTZ, Wholesale Tebscco Factor, deo5-lwdaw3m No. 15 Madison street. Carriage Factory, TnE undersigned have opened a Carriage Faetery cn Second street, between Washington and Adams streets, where they are' prepared to MaBOfaetnre astt Re pair Carriages at the shorten notice. Att work done by them will be guarantied, and a share of public patronage solicited. jan3-lr L. S. BURS k CO. sfCTx w Iar.iatioii npli &k. S. B. WIlIAittSON, (Sutcato- to irOKonton i' llantock,) GROCER m AKD COMMISSION MERCHANT, iJtrORTER or FINE WINES, BRANDIES Havana Cigars Sec NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. In;yl Eeceived this Day, ErnBBLSMessPeis:; J U 60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard ; 26 tierces Sugar-Cured Haas ; 20 kegs Shot, assorted sixes; 100 b-,'s WbJakv. jIU of which we will tea cktap ioz cash at No. 49 iiwh now, AtsupuiS. J"!1 S. B. WILLIAMSON, DAVIDSON, ELLIS & liLAIK, Wholesale aad Retail Dealers in BAGGING, ROPE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. 1 Fr( riHCSS Bagging, hand aad power-ssoa auuu jsranos ; i tao coils Kopa, best brands ; 60 hhds. best Brown Segar; ;600 acka CosTee ; 50 kkds Baeaa; 109 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra, quality; 699 bbis best brand Beets Nahn; 100 bbls. aad half bats Mackerel; Mills Mackerel No. 1; SO bbls. flushed Sugar ; 2s boxes best Loaf Safer 1000 sacks Salt ; Su bbis. Moliases ; So half bbis dec ISO heat brand Plear; 100 bbls. best Dexter aad Dean Whisky ; 104 reams Wraaainc Panr: Aadageaeraiassortmeatef Mime Brandies aadWte..: also, Teas, Pepper, Spice Ginger, Soda, Shot, Lead, and all articles kent in ear line of bastneM. which w.wan selloa the very best terms to our 1 'rmin aad the .rauessaerauy. aaglt For Sic. WB have just reeeived this day, aad oOer for suit, low, 10,080 yards Kentacky Jeoas aad IAadaey, for Ne- - uioiowst, or various colon and prices; 200 dosen Old Brandy, bottled la 1817 ; ISO boxes and half boxes Star Caadsss. DAVIDSON, BLL1S k BLAIR, No. 19 Main street. soglf. GROCERIES, &c. THK sabscribers keep oa haad the Mlowmt; arttctes, which User wariant to be of Brat aaalltr. sd av ..re miw hit eim i Wheat Fans and Threshers ; X. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cottnii; Waaons, Northern aadSoutheraoaaafactBret Ha eon, hog-rsnd ; Flear, Salt, Whisky and Tooecco; Saanr, CofP. Teas aad Metass ; Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead; Brandies and Wines, saperier article ; Lime, Cement aad Plaster Parts ; Together with a general assortment of att arsiesea sic. ally kept in a Grocery store. GWTNNK it GIBSON, lalyt Nos. 1 and Kachanste BaiWiag. DRESS MAKING. i!Hs. Susiiji Land WOULD announce to the ladies ot Memphis and the adtoiaingcoaatry, that she is prepared to Cut and Mako Dresses after the new Invented style, aad at tat shortest notice. She ; prepared with Models aad Book ins traction to COT DRBSSBS, and all kinds of Ladies' wearing apna ral. after the newly invented Patter as of MRS. J. C. GEORGE, of Buffalo, New Tork. Mrs. Susan Laad pmsesaes te teach or impart the art of Catting to any person in a few hoars, so that they cat, measure themselves or others, and make beautiful ats. Her residence is oh the corner of and Union streets, up stairs, in tbe third-story. sep2T-0m JFM If Gp G2$2 GREAT BARGAINS, AT THK EMPOBIUM OF FASHION, And Ladies' General Fnrnishinff, Cloak anu Mantilla EstaDiishrutnt, JIAIN STREET, JIEaiPHIS, TENN. WE are now receiving aad opening one of tne largest and most matmtnornt stocks of French Millinery and Fancy Dry Good.. ever b-ought to this oity. Also, a very select assort ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new. Silks, Cash- antes, Marenos, DeLaines, and a large variety of all styles lor street. Traveling ana Hvening Ureases. We call aarticular attention ts nr Millinery Deptrt ment, coasistinc of Chenille, Mass and Uncut VHvet, Satin. Silk, Grecian, Italian aad English Bonnets; Flow ers, Feathers, Ribbons. Brtua Vetts aad Wreaths, $a,009 worth ot One french Kmbroideries, Real Thread, Maltese and U impure Laces ; sil styles ot Emliroidered, Yelret and Cloth CLOAKS, Indies' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head. Ureases, Indies' and Misses' Shoes, Corets, Kid Gloves, Pars, Trimmings of all desert ptioas for Csoaksaad Dress. es, kc, ke. N. B Brabrotdertna: and Stamping dene, Cloaks aa( Dies see made to order in a few hour at cheapest prices. Ladles, please call before purchasing elsewhere. Orders from the coaatry promptly attended to. octl N. STII LMAN k CO. FAWh GREEiV, FORMKRLTftf firm of Xoaer & Grrm, woiud mpecUMr Mr to Li oitrH St-l. - tk-t k-aa. la .G I I It-i,rU UU VHIWlBTIl OUSBb JartS M SIH at V tbe old stead, -a lib. a good sapaly of Prait 4?- Trees, consisting of Apples, i-ears. Plums, Peaches, Cherries, Apricots, Nectarines, &c AIo. R-sabsrry. Strawberry aad Grape Vines, in va rieties, with a goad supply of Evergreens, Green House Plants, Baiboas Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagas. Orders from a dtetaace, accompanied with draft or order on a respectable nserchant at Memphis, will be punctually attended ta. aad all ptaats gaarantledto order and de livered any part of the city, free nf cbanse. Nursery on Main street, son .. lesepnis. PAUL GREEN, ctll-dOm Receiver of il.Kiatey it Green. WHEATON'S NURSRRr. TO HORTICDLrDRISTS AND PLANTERS. I -vr&sM Tfdta1r remit! tbe cttbeB yapsjs. ut dtwinim sBtsvst W at t V II aastsyW sjajijni J t,tlsa JCT' tia abstaAsm t.ur t set matwaJ aaat baaev Tws aaaJ s. na mental trees Is tastaanfaacsatag. Great additions have bean made ia every depart- dhdi, more particularly amorg Pratts. X more seieet and varied collection has never bosa enrrsd far sale ia the Soutbwest, consisting in part of over one hundred varieties of -cTPJP-lofiJ, a.-"o.r, a -EPoftcfcaofa, J&Xiirmst, Oliorrios , Catawba, IsabetU, Obis, Scnppemeng. Calltoraia. etc Grape Vines, Pits, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants, Gooseberries, eta.; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas Pecans, Chsnat,etc., etc. Ureen-hoose plants, Bulbous Flower Roots, (rmperted.) Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are nearly 3,000 Magnolia Grand Flora. In addition io the above, I am now receiving a large let of Bulbs, of al! kinds. In essseqaenee ef having to move mos of my stock on band, I will aell it very low. Purchasers may rely on everything being what It Is represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the RitlroadDebot, Or addressing oclI-d6m S. M. WHEAT0N. P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders will meet with prompt attention if left at the store of J. WlWberger. S. X. W. JETCMAVARiVE & BRO., NTJP.SEBYMEN, SITUATED la Fort Pickering, on the Horn Lake Koad, have on band a nne as sortment ot SHRUBBERY, in every oe- partment, consisting in part of APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS, ypcrurQ. C3aorriosf Apricots, "Kcctavincs, &c. Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House PUnta, Bulbous Roots. Rhubarb and Asparagus. Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punc tually attended te, and all Plants guarantied to order and delivered to any part ot the city, f ree ot charge. We attend to arranging and laying ctT Gardens In town or country, at the shortest notice. octl7-tm ETCHAV4RNK & BRO. For Sale Low to the Trade. ernn KEGSaaiu. tj U V 350 pieces best Power and Hand Loom Bagging ; 200 c ils Machine Rope; to coils Manilla Rope; 100 pounds Twine. DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT, nov2 23 Front How. TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS. PROPOSALS will be received at the Engineer's Offlce of the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, until February 10th, 1837. for tbe Grading. Masonry and Bridging of said Railroad, from Spring IIU1 to opposite the town ot Colum bia, about thirteen miles. The above work comprises seme heavy rock cutting; about six thousand perches ot Bridge Masonry, and six teen hundred tret of Bridling. Plans, Profiles and Specificatisns may be teen at any time, and any further infermatiea obtained by addressing J. n. DxvERBUx, Division Cngmter. at Columbia. Tenn. A. ANDERSON, Engineer. NtiOTille, Dee. 15, IS-dex23-.tawtillM6 IMlroate. tvVsW ttfiWrWlE EAST MH) NORTH, MEMPHIS MI) CHARLESTON ttl7rrvWeffl western division. OPJSaV TO CORINTH. fix and after AovMo, IS56. THROUGH MAIL TRAIN W will leave JtesaaMs. DAILY, at 7.00 a. m , arriving ai tonain at iz jo r. x.i at somervuie at 10:00 a.m. Returalao-LeaveeCariath at 1 r. M.j SomerviUe,3 V. M. Arrives at Memphis at 7 00 r. M. "This Train coaneett at Corinth with a doable Daily Linear. arstcussMst uoacaas to the terminus ot the Haetern Division of ana Jtetspau aad CaarlestM Rati. raad. Thenee by Railway direct, and eaaaecttons sue wiUall EasUrn cattes. Staghsg rt&taAQ forty milet, and traak-bying pro- Breessas; rapiorr. TH ROCC H TIC atTTS sold to the IsflowtBS poisU: CHARLBSTON, H SAVANNAH, . WILMINGTON, 0HAS1UN0OOA, NASHVILLE, 'iDGDSTA, .; MACON, HTTNTSVILLE, MONTGOMERY, STEVENSON, r GRBNABA TtnTralmatsaesnneets with the Misaiseiaot Ceatral Kauroad to HasssTOarmgs. uxieast. Gresuda, Gantan, jacasea, euo., ksbbj Alsooaaascts atissraasuaaetioB Station wtthTi tee Central Railroad to Bolivar, Jackson, Haatinjiiasi aad ocaer ptasea Also connects at Pocahontas with Tri-WeeklY Ltaeof Coaches to Ripley, Pesrtotoc, Aheidsin aad tMasabas, xtMiauaat. IIIKOUGII TO NASHVILLE IX 31 HOURS, Via ta Mempais aad CbarWUn, NashvlDe and Cbaata- aoaca Raiifoads only .O muss of Staging, aaatast f If I ey aay other route. The AOVOUXOBATtUN WAY IR.U5 rittS SDy tex cent Sundays) between Memphis aad the J wet ton with l we jtiasMsippt ueatrat Katirsad Leaves Jaaction 7.00 A. M. ; arrive! at Mttaaais 11:08 A.M, Leaves Memphis 2:00 T.il.l arrives at the JaactisB b:w r. M. Freight Trains lerre Mesophis for Peeahentas DAILY at 7 A.M. Doers close at t p. M. Th roach Tickets only, on tbe above Rentes, can beob- tatasal at the Commercial Hotel, as well as mforsaataoo nanrtw witn tae jteas. PasMOgeu are renneoted to parebase Tickets before ea tertnc tae can. aad save paycaeatof extra fare, Baanaae checked to alt stations oa tbe Railroad, and ss Baggage wni oe reenvea vntsst oerag caecxea. iiacs pMMnzrr wui be allowed seventy-lve vmnds of bsgxaire by Railroad, awl aixty poanda by Stage; but no article will be carried as baggase that is not incident to tbe person of tbe passenger. In case of loss the Com. paay wiR held taeauerres refponsibn for an amount not exeeeeung siao. negroes, when travel tnz alone, maat hare a permit, sa- sssstg tbe potat to watch they are to go. aad specifying that they arc ts travel by railroad, or they win not be eamen. B. AYRES, sssil Superintendent of Transportation. For Daltimorc, 'sTashington, Neir York, Philadelphia, &c. Direct Through Line for the East! Baltimore and Olilo RAILROAD rpHlS Road runs from Wheeling ta Baltimore, (JTS l miles, i ana io asningion, isuu mnes.i ana presents the fullest advantages both as a freight aad passenger line. It runs through wild and romantic regioas of the Alieahenies; and being solidly eoaetrncted, completeiy iiulsped and carefully managed, is one of taa most at tractive and safest XjUroads in the United States. The Oeatral Ohio Railnd, from Coinmom and ZaaesvBle to Wheetmg, aaitsa this road with aUportioas of the West and Soathwest. The oxlt THRonan Ticxxts from Mxsirnis. lowisville ana st. loitis to tne .national Mt TBOroLls, are sold by this road, which runs direct U Washington without t as delay of passing through Balti more. It is also the only lias by which baggage can te checked ta Washington frora the utna river. r?-By t'.e mai L KOCTE from Memphis, take the mail Ifconnect'tng tame .lLJ steamers, running daily for Louisville, with mail steamers ar Jettersoaville Railroad i natl, where they arrive to as to connect with the can al Utile Miami Railroad for (Mambns. coaaettng there witn central UftaaSailroasL tnnxuh Newark us Iim. tile- la Wbtvtlnff. Bv tbe e-roreta tralia n, thl. mitt T ' ' the time tmsn ClnoBBati to Sxltuuore and ta Wasltingtoa is in. bflau mvhvs. . , J3-Be anre U ask Jr tickets by the Balttaere and Ohio Railroad Route. r3-Passenrers from Memphis leoiagRast throaoh St Louis, can bay Thrsagh Tlckats by taoBalttiBore and Ohio Railroad. This route lays through Viucenaes, Terra Haute, Indianapolis, etc, te Wheeling, over the new Ohio and Mississippi aad eananrrtiag Roads. These camnectlona are alt direct, and the time from St. Louis to Baltimore or Washington Is bat aboat boars. Tbroagh Tlckett I hy this route may be had of the Agent, nader the Plan uilvr tlwi Plan. I ters lloaee, at th following rates ; From St. Louis to Baltimore Ma; ta Washington $26. At Wheeling the passenger takes ths saperior cars ol tbe Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, whicn leave three times daily far Bolltmere, Waahlsgton, Philadelphia and New York. Ttfrocjtli in 18 or 17 hoors, IncladiBg stoppages. For safety, speed, regalarltr, beauty of the eoaatry, and general comfort, this road is second to none in the ITbIob. FREIGHTS This company possesses the largest equipment or any Haureaa la tne uatted states, aad U prepared to do aa immense httsiaes. in traaMportataas. The road makes Immediate connect tun at the wnarves and in the strots ot Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel phia and New York, steamers ef Ericsson and Balti more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to New Turk, and by new Merchants' and Miners' Lino to Boston, steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savaarub, kc For particulars, see freight tana, copses ot which may be bad of the Forwarding Houses in the West, or ' J. B. Ford, Reeeivtac and Forwarding Agent at Wheeling. WM. S. WOOD6IDE, Master of Transport itkn, Baltimore. A. T. LAVALLBTTR, Jturao-ly Agent, tl Front Row, Memphis. Ww'aerangement ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND To the North and East! Through in Three Days and a Half to New lork! ILLINOIS CENTRAL tit Trs OJL JL JU Jtb, LiV OJL MP a Trot Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Bonn. Without Break of Guage or Change of Cart or naggagc. AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars leaving tbe same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Palls, ukMlar. Alh.nv Knr Tark. Bn.lnn .11 I 1 l- cn t niv tm .-i.... n . .... v. " - w .u vi u.ia IHfla I Cairo ta Niagara, and three freer Cairo ts Albany, and foar from Cairo to New York. Time from Cairo to New York, forty-aine hoars. Faro as law, and comfort creat or, than by any other route. Pas .angers through are HOT sabjeeted to the delays coassuaeBt to the fresneut by short lines of Railroads through Indiana and Osaka, to the Bast and North. Also, eonnecttag at UBieaco with Michigan Palhem Trains, for Cleveland, Dankirk, aad the East, with Lake Shore Railroad and Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee, Sheboygan, ke., and with a splendid Line ot First Class Steamers for Saalt Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Coiling wood, Toronto, ke. ains leave Cairo Every MotbissT and Evening 11 fol lows I 0:05 A. 51 , Chicago and Dusleitu Express. Sundava excepaea. This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light- Bins Express, over Michigan Central. Great Western and I New York ueatrat jUMroads, through to thlrty-oae hours. This Tram also connects al Sandoval with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad tor St. Louis and Vmcennea; at Paaa, with Trains of the Terra Haute, Alton and St. Loais Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisville aad Cincin nati; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena, Dunletth; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring field, Naples, Reck Island. Bartingten and Qaincy. o:iu p. sr., .aew xora express, aataroays excepted. Stopping only t Important Stations, except on Sima!. connecting with Main Line Day Expn.ss frora Decatur to DUBteitn, ana arriving at unicago al 2 r. St. Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will And at Duc- leitb, steamers of tbe Dunletth and Minnesota Packet Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo Tram for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, kc. Passengers uect at Freepo'rt with Trains to Beloit and JanesVme.S frn.ih.T.n.inV,, , a T.n . ML. . Tl I .n ( . 1 - E.. . TtT"l from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis consin. The Maps and Ctvrts indicating the Great Central Route to the North and Eatt are an exact transcript of Cotton's Map ot the United States, and passengers are requested to examine this routs as well as tha raining time cards ot the connecting Roads, and Jadge for them selves as to the correctness of the above statements. The opening of the Illinois Central Railroad trust Cairo to Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of communKation between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and the Lower Mississippi, a&ords to the pleasure traveler. So well as the business man, attractions and facilities for reaching the North and East, which surpass thossoi any other route whatever. Ths accommodations fur nished by the Company for the convenience ot the trav eling public, the permanency of the road and structure, tbe strength and elegance of tbe Engines and Cars, com mend themselves to those who desire in traveling tpeed, comfort and tefety. TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE YEAR, with the privilege ef laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis, Cairo, and at the principal RaUioad Offices cn tbe Hue. A. T. LAVALLETTH. Agent, Junt-lr Memphis. Tenn. LAND AND REAL ESTATE AGENCT. J. A. MANNING, LEAVENWORTH CITY, K. T. THE subscriber begs leave to offer his services to the public as Land Agent, Surveyor, Draftsman, and Dealer In Land Warrants He will attend promptly to buying and selling Real Estate, collecting debts, paying taxes, buying. selling and locating Land Warrmts, and to all business pertaining to a General Land Agencv. r.ErERrjtcES. Col. E. C. McCarty, Col. J. 3. Clark son and J. D. Henderson, Leavenworth City; J. C. Dougherty and R. B. nawley, Memphis, Tenn.; J. R. ConseUy. Hernando, Miss. novl9-wm Scotch and Irish Whisky, TUST received, by H. 11. POTTER, J deelS Maln-at., 3d door North Worshsm Hotiio. TTO I'M 17 S TT Th JtOU Extension Dining Tables. MAHOGANY, Oak and Walnut Extension Tab'es, frora ten to fourteen (eet long, Just received and tor sale law by novlS JIcKlNNEY&CO. lailrDafe- aiississippi and Tennessee RAILROAD. o Opon io 00230.0. N anr after Monday, January liU. 1807, THROUGH MAIL TRAIN Will leave Memnhis daUv iDiyi " - arnviHsaiuomoat 19:0s A. x. Returning, leaves Couo at 10-.M a. x., aad arrives at Meaphuatl r.st. This Tram cuaiieus at Cocao with J. P. MeAtaander Ji Co.'sdaUyiineot First Class Post Oaacaes far Panola andGrsaada. SUgtatT redtwed to OS milos hetweea Meat phis and Grenada through ia 16 hoars. The travelinc public a-ay rsty oa this bstnt; a shorter and cheaper route to Gienada. Caatoa. Jaekam au viv... i - other. ' 1 The FREIGHT TRAIN will saaVodViU Mm. ; exceptedj froa: and after Mosatay, the ltth ot' jaaoarv wvoaao. jt win to expected That coasKraees will have rranceaaents madote roeia their gnuds at the station afrtval astbe tympany have only temporary arrange- Hly wtta K damage to tbe sam. at that suiion ' " ' COKICO IA til ItlMIU atB tk. D.li baggage will be received wtthoat betoges4ed Each passengers . wM hstd thamlves re ' rar an aassaat aot excetdins: 2asi 3-Nr,. wasm trTZr aam. ta. patat to whlchlbVare' Ual a-d7 that ty are to travel by r!uW Z?t?-TClJl.U carii.L , - aaa awaa ina M. PATSItTK. Bitaetinaaadeat. Jas 10 FARI3 REUUOEDI From Memphis to Jaokaon. a &n From fllempkis to SashrJile. sio m. Via Jackson. irrni.i,..ni . . , - . j--wa.w tJl II l:nliimh;o C,'l hruwu.v,,!. with the MemahM to Middle Tenaossee, and travel are a2that bT-xhe-T." Oar iiae coaaeet. i,,.. " 11 " . Ca-'s una uf four MZ'iLS!? k J",T,a NOBwmn v vi ' uniua. Fare to Grenada ST fii, iMiutUflg Omniiwa Ticket to Holly 8prings. The Cheapest and Quickest Eoute iseiwecn Jicmphis and Grenada J nowprnenttd to Ike oublic tk. Jicmphis and Charleston , Mississippi Central Raiirn. FOR tishets or information, apply to ryT"' -. Agents. Ccmaretal Hotel. tJfIXJ9CFi JPIJR ' " JVIICE PIES ! J?"" MINCE PIES are to be had every day superior article. . 53" Parties furnished with r-.w. a 0O - ami i:ashk T.. -- .! CASKS ZUU Wine: """"" Guaasr Wine : cases Btackbery Brandy; a-ure J nice fbrt WlSMS aaaorted Cord tola. to decS7 MaFn-M. " arain J Kr.OTatTBManT- I t NEW, light, ewcast d ... . ii, MATTRESS fcrsSeh " PjUM SPRING ZTZi H. M. GROSVEXOR. jPiatsnst ' A SUPERIOR assorisMBt of FianM .and va,. A-J a at received by 1 JteiodeoBs, septS-tr H. M. GXOaVENOa. Cai'lJCtS & CUrtVlSj& TU receV a UaLrSs - 52Z?& J nimlt TaotrTrbrtlw!i','"t VclT". roX KntL. ?JT ftmuaon I o ' I r TT I v. . m. rjRagvjcvAB I 73 JfT - i erAafrdTft i AJris sifTk j- - D"OF. P. RIVINAC would rn..t cliai . . ,v I cltneas .r v,i. .-7 -..r. . 'T. """uuce to tie raelM hi ia. . i . IJJ give that he will Tun. ami Repair K "jiT ' fire sati. fact ion will be aWea JieHB3 ete- n- . iwk ri.m .ad asni..- t , . . - Thote wi.-hir.r tetakelMua. -i . . ander 4. While's Music and Book stare Those wtshinc to Dnrrk.. ,.i him, and he will select yoa tbe aZuii krrrirrv Tw , A J" Rogers, H. S. Bradford. Dr.' TaViSerlTL. -S Rev. J. Ttogers, Bason Jones, n tW""8"' TVT r TV T- -r-. I TAKE great ptea.are in reeoaameidiae v, t VINACtothecitiatns of MesBatTi-.P.:R.r- my f rlen. as oae of tbe nm Teacbenlk tawL" IiS bene yon will pa4raafaje him ta his lie. !f gives entire satisfaciion, Respeetrally, J BARBiBSK. rrr,-ssa Ij" Baa utrer oopr r THIS day lost ia M-mph. aad a. I bU,T, enWah I lagton street. a sanaU aaraaia mil l i i" ah- -ad $K)laf ArKaasas 9wamp Land Scrip, wit for w Xo. law tor 3 49 tasaed in September. 180S. .ud -a- This as taaotifv the Sooer wh. ZUL'L . J ,8tt- all persons not ice aot to parcbase tk- ta, and to sivo atlon wn be given by me to the imdZJJ. aa. A novS-tf THOMAS JAMES. Clerk's Sale. James and WllRasa Redgefs,') vt. I T of Ettsaheth Redswrs. et bdrs and distnhattes of I Catkn Rsaers. decM. I 9rtr tatMfa. at the Jannarr rerm, won, of said Court. I wtn t pabHc sale . r TUBSDAY, February 10th, 1807, , uja The Tract of Land beloagtBgto the estate of CnneB Refers. oWd. aaamt mile, eaat of Raleigh. the IOr" 200 acremoreorless. and also the SLATR v m Busaeer. betoualmr i th. .. ...... J' seven in TEBaiS The Land will be u uaiia i- . : V:" "a ssuaaeesst a eivditor one and two years ; the staves ear alaoc oa a credit of one year, the parctuser rtv bond and oaod amr,t. uJL . . . ,TIB ijinft tmtn an,i Mnu. "WtBBsI on the " .. u . ,ijuiu. jaalS-wtds JOHN P. TRBEEVANT. Clerk. Clerk's Sale of land. Wm. Rogers and wife, Mary avi, n yaia jsiaoa, et I . at. , heirs of HUand Btsnd, I 9XTar Sas- deeesaed. ' y Oa.. Jnnaarr t.ttd Petitien x-parte te sea Land j 57 for partition. t BT virta. of a Decree in the bsve oaaj nuda br the Ooaaty Ooort of Shetbr roMtT rJSZ.'l J5? I wilt oOer at public sale, at ia aat rr j tiiiauj -J r t.T-' ' Rogers, dsceased. oa the IuGMaJTLT 2SJL TUESDAY. PehrTur. 1AM, ukt A Tract of Land, AalaBisilarlBir tB BSPMSI A as v Bland. deeeasesL itnilH TTi.- .J. HUiad vcvdr ,1 . Tk- . v-,I ' TO ar' Wolf river, !n tbe county of SsteuVr. Terms Halt cash and half est a oredit at snevaar the purchaser giving bead aad seeartty, and a lien heW reUtned on the land until Anal payment jaaiu-wHts JOHN P. TREZRYAXT. Clerk. EXCELSIOR ! latnm's Patent Oil-Ground rrom tae laiesi numner or the Photographic and Fine Ut Journal. IN the whole history ol Art in the production of Por traits of the highest order, no single iraBrovement has contributed as much as this new process. All that IVtTtt'1' 01 l3" tte "g1"' ' . no woBderfan, susetssful in Um Daguerreotype, Ambrotype aad Photograph, have been appropriated hy this new process to large pictures oa ibe most perfect and durable ot ail ground to receive the plastic touch and exquisite tint ot Um artist's brash Real oil paintings in oil grounds upon canvas, such as hasalwa a been regarded by themaslersof art as the best receptacle for colors in oil, are now reSMilj prefaced with all the truth of tbe daguerreotype ia dettaeatioB. and ot living, breathing, blooming nature in Color, torn and expression, from the mmiature up te that ot life shto, with a facility and durability that Is aatsaniKng even in this age ot steun. electricity and mteBectaal progress Portre Hs the slie of rife may be secured from small da guerreotypes of persons deceased, with as macs, truth and accuracy as from the Irvine; subject. Sittings frora the living ssbieat are almost eatireiy dis pensed with, and the finished portrait delivered in one or two days frora the order. The durability ot r kl rhntnrjmphi is' in sured for a hundred years, it (test red. aathere is ra chem ical or foreign matter need or lBtredaced that can in any wise affect tbe permanency or durability of the ptctarr. uibsieanu obk ibs sara. as ins peea most approved aad that ordinarily need by artists in nortraltare and landscape; the vestries and paints are also the- same. 3Ir Tatum. the patentee, with a mind well stored with sctentiSc trujh.itd possessing at enviable skill m tha higher walks ot art, has thus, in bis last achievement, and the liberal terras Ottered his fellow artists in prosecu ting his newpreces', not only resected or edit apenhu native country m the great race of human nroeress. but dene great honor to his own head, hand and h art, and aoastiess wui receive frora an abjure people the reward due his arduous toll and brilliant achievement, or THE STAR GALLERY, ARE the only Artists In tbe city who maks this sew and heaatlfal style of Portraits. They have, tbe exrtciivo rigat for tbe city, asd alt ether Portraits made upon can vass by the Photographic process are but Imitations ot tha original TATUM process. Many beautiful specimens of the cfiierij of Memphis are on exhthWsa at the STAR GALLERY, where aa are itvited te raa and see for themselves sb7 lm Choice Irish Potatoes. 1 OA SACKS for sale by -OU B. MERRILL. oct23 Ivo. S Monroe atitet. i -4- . , . .... . .SfS 4x f SL-t .-Salty - . X- . HBBBK. fcaiMsssssssssssssssl - k -