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"''SBaTaaE, In B t--aiBaj . tajfa-s' T nM-""". " " $atetfM15-'' ' -w 1 1 a MEMPHIS APPEAL. BY M'CLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO. MEMPHIS, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1857. VOL. VH. NO. 287- LSt. tastess fens dvflttoit Manors THE JLJAIL. Y - t M VaB to' sip KASi.1 3 E.NYE. PAl 3 At W. ttee 1 Tewls b c 1 rBBUSHBD DAILT, TRI-WEKKLT AND WEEKLY, BT fJXS. R. M'CLANAHAN, LEONIDAS TROUSDALE, WM. M. HUTTON, BENJAMIN P. SILL, CXDER THE STYLE A!TD riHM OF JfcTCLAITAHAN, HUTTON & CO., To whom aix Letters on Business, ob otiub- WISE, SHOULD BE ADDRESSED. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTIOX. 0a fly. in ad per annum ......$10 00 Ttt-Weekly, ' " " 6 00 Weekly. " ' 3 00 3" The Weekly paper win b furnished to Clubs of Ten nt aader Twenty, at $2 6- each; to ClBbs of Twenty i Seward., xt i" each payable iBrastebtj in adyance, aad every Ctab to be Bde ap at one office. CT" Ab oM subscriber and a new one wHl be taken tc geher at St SO each. f3 In so case will tbe paper be sent to new sobscri bwiH the order for the wm-is attended with the caea. X3 All DaHr sHbralpiioRs wM be considered doe and psjaMc Bi'f-yearly la advance. tj The foregoing terns will be strictly and rigidly aoBorea te. DAILY RATES FOR ADVERTISING. Adopted fry the Appeal and Eagle and Enquirer. Fer one square of ten Hoes or less, one insertion... $1 00 For eaeti aMMioBal lasertton of same.. 50 T B 3 5 o rr :r i. in tw cm see 10 eOjia so is ooj ao oo 5. St 6 08 7 SO 9 00 12 08jl6 09I8 ? 60 1 30 06 3. G'ej 8 08 10 6 12 00 16 0e"90 f-2t Of 30 OQj 40 00 4. 7 se ie 68 is so u eojse eojse oe si r 37 so so oo 6. 9 88 12 08 16 80 IS OSl 03 30 08S7 5a 15 GO 60 00 6. H 58 U 08 17 K 21 0828 00 35 G0j-I3 76 62 60 70 00 7. r 8C f S 88 98 88 U 09(32 09'M edjso 00 63 50 SO 00 8. 13 S8 IS 0t 22 SO 27 M3S 08tS 09 55 26 6" 60 90 00 8. M 88B8 8S6 09 38 OO'-tO OoiSQ 68' 02 O0I7S 00100 00 J3 Ooe sre, renewable wwkiy, per aaaura, $40 00 " " " Iwkeaweek, 60 00 E3 Two sqaares, renewable weekly, per aanam, 60 00 " " twice a week, " 80 00 X.J All adrertisefBests mjnired to be kept 00 second page, charged asjcevt each DAT, aad on third page, as avB-t ow soated rate . 13- Aorrortluennts directed to be displayed, or set la lam sysa. csnrgoo. socble rates. tj Teorty adrerflfers wl be charged extra for occn Pf-kg opaee aer sasttract, and when large ttpe Is re-jatr-4 to be Bred, or the adrertHesMat kept on las We of Jor. C3" Tlkrtr adrtlers will be eba'C-d extra at regnlar ritsis for Waats, Best's, RemoTats. Copartnership Xo- ttce. tw uwmui it. &c. S3- Trajohett Axitertisixs must be paid tor lli AlfrACS. J3" No advertlsetBest will apeear In the "Weekly paper EBtrfS y spec al contract. J3-A?errBeneBts to be inserted la the "Weekly paper oaty, or at Irregalar iatemls is ettber of tbe papers, will be ettarged $1 per 'qaire for every lasertloB. 3 AtiaoBBCiag candidstes for State, County and Hu- SMspal IMaots, $6 each, to be paat in adrance in every KMaaee. 3 All advertisements for Charitable Institutions, Fire CoBtaaates, Ward. Tows, and other Pablic it e tings, to be charged half price. C3 Carriages asd Deaths are paUisbed as news ; but OMtaartee. Tiitiate. of Respect and Faneral Invitations sS'Otaer avcrttseaents. S3" AB Legal and TraasitBt Advertisesteats will be by the mwtioa. C3 Bditorial Nattces in Local Coiatao wis be charged v o-sx per Itae. 13" No dedactioe or variation will be made from the itcCLANAHAN. nOTTON it CO. Sroffsstonal (llacis. Dlt. TTM. HEiTITT WILL practice isediciiie, en the prtneiete tAt there Is Hood ia all sfstesus, and bobc all saaMeat. OQcs a Jeaareoa street, in the Post Osaoe BaiMisg, second oar froai the Tost OMcc. ResideBoe est the corner of Horaaado aad Elliott streets. REFERENCES : Oat. J B. Staatoa. N. Adans, Esj., Ilaywrod county. Itev. P. B Btaad, Dr. J. B. Kadta, Fayette county. K. Soassrvt'te. Kq , F P. MaeJiB, Esq., Tipton ceanty. J. L. Whfc, J. B. Asbe, Keapbis. K. S. PASIHAM, LAWTKR, Meicpiiis. OWoeea Male street,- oppislte Ctark's Marble Block, Bp stairs, above Johnson's fagsiore. janao- diw2w L.. O. RIVES, ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis, . Ttaa. Oma im tbe Post Oteoe Baiidiag. jM kontasi t eetratted to his care will receive prompt aad tatthfat atteatioa. Collections proeisily ssadc in tbe sariaaadtag ceaaties of West Kaaessee, Misataslpei aad Arkasms. Jas43awly J. A. AXDEKSOX, ATTORNET AT LAW. Memphis, Teao. Oface lc . Walker's Baiidiag, ovsr MassSeid's Drag Store, Mssa street. JaalO-ly 1 Card. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, Sr., has rotamed to his old boateotead sear Memphis, and reopened bis Iaflrm arr, asd w3l remslQ permsrtently. lie treats the follow ag Chroic Diseases : Cancers, Scroffola, Wbi e Swrtllog, Taaiors and W bs, without Sarclcal op?rstiens. Tie also treats all Chronic Female diseases, S res f long standing. Tetter. Xhetnaatissa, Syphilis, and all forms of Mercarial Affections. Dr G. deetas It naaeoesfary tossy more, as he hasllv sg witaesses of bis ssccoss from Maine to Oregon. decH-dawly BEXJAMIN HOIVCOTT, Dentist. TT trtVfi nrrasn-d mvw4fwtll tA practice Mi&O I?otitry in ilea phis I respectf ally solicit itbe natronaee of an who may seed my ser- ' vices ia tbe Dental lia. and bind myself to perform all operations on tbe Teeth, and insert ArtiScii' Teth in tbe raoet approved style as well as it can be done ia thlr any other country. OsBo oa Mais street, opposite "Wercham Haase. dec9-6ta G0 W m AC&Esassss XTb f A Cft sC Co G. W. & II. M. ACREE, Btistb. msec union uiocr, uoun stmt, between Main aud Front Bow, iHemphts, Tennessee. All Draui operations performed witn tbe leaot possible pain. Diseases of the Alveolar Process aad Gams treated in the most skillf al manner. Full or partial Sets of Teeth set on Gutta Percha or Gold, with tbe latest Improvements, and ocarantied. Br26-ly JAMES M. MURPHY, Cronoral Tmnd A.sorat. JACESONPORT, ARC, ILL attead personally to tie locating of Swamp Land Serta aad Warrants In tbe Jackssaport and Helena Dtstrkots, EetHBg Land and paying Taxes. References. B Graham, Memphls.Tean.; A. S. naey. Little Rock R.C Brlakfcy, Mai T. MaH. Miss.; w. x. fmiwnij F. Laae ft Co , " H. P. Ceelhice. Hekaa,; MrrWe &. Moote, " Allea Polk, " C. W. Board, Jacksoaport; dee7-1y J. NortoB k Co., N. O.; J. A. Roasseaa, LaGraage, Tenn ; "W E. Bstts, LawTeneeville, Pa ; Pool it Watson, Jacksenpart J. S. WHITE, M. D.-, LATE of Hardecaa coaaty, baviBg removed to Mem phis, oaers bis prof essioaal serrices to tbe citizens. Ofic oa Ooart Staare, oa doer wast of Wallace's Aac Moa boese. Residence on Poatotoc street, sonth side, betweos St Patrkk and St. Martin. 1sb23 If R. F. L.OOXEY, TTORNET AT LAW. CfSee ,ver C. W. Cherry & J Os.'s. Jsa6-tf 13. c. nuowx, ATTORNET AT LAW, Marion, Aik., practices in Phillips, Criaeaden, Mississippi, Green, Randolph, Lawreaoe, lDdyprndeooe, Jacksoa, Poinsett, St. Francis and Mattro Ceanties, in Arkansas. ect7-d6m . WICKERSHAM.. ......... WICRERSHAM ........ED. A. BEECH ER. & BEECIIER, ATTORNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tecnesses. Office, No 21 JeSersen street. Jsnl-tt SMITH P. RA.VRHEAD, ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Otlee in the . Post Office Block, ever Aydlett U Co., third story. Ml Dr. R. Is. LAS HI, LATE Staff Physician and Director of several Hospitals in Germany, swrnber of different Medical Societies In New York bas located in the city of Memphis, and of fers bis services to tbe public as Physician, Accoucher, aad for all eperatioas in Surgery. 3" Office on Washington street, between Main and Second. oct30 R. T. BICHARDSOS..W. W. WHEATLET.-M. A IUOOS. Richardson, TVIieatley &. Higgg, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office on the corner of Second , aBd Ooart streets, Memphis, Tenn. ocll-Iy HASKELL. & SEARCY, ATTORNEY: AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Wm. T. . nask'fl and Robert Searcy have associated them selves toeother in the practice of Law. Office. In tbe Watkn- itteck. nov26-dlm BEX. SHERROD, . A TTORNET AT LAW, CoVlngton, Tenn. All buslnei n J eatrasted to his care will receive prompt atuntlc. Ja4yl9-tf LEROY POPE, ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., win practice is all the Courts of Memphis and the Western Dls- X2T Office south of Court Square, adjoining that of the OaaBcery Ooart Clerk. marl3-ly EGBERT H. OSBORNE WILL practice Law in the Courts of Hardeman. Fay ette, Tipton and Shelby, also in McNalry and Har dtr ceesties, and In the Supreme Onn. at Jackson. All busteess ntrtLted to him t'Oi receive prompt and faith 1ai attention. II" Jfiioe is in the Chancery Clerk's office, BoH'' Haroeman coaaty, Tenn. nov22 JOHN P. FARRELLY, A HORNET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis, . Tenn. Office corner of Main and Jefferson streets, ove- Lehman k. Os.'s. Refer to Hens. Henry Plrtje, W. F. Bullock and Messrs. A. L. ShetwH & Saa, LoulsvrHe, Ey.; Hon. James Pryor, CarreKtoc, Ey.; McGrtgar, Alloway tt Co., and Moses Greenwood, New Orleans; E. M. Apperson & Co., Mem phis, novlt-tf OFFICE OF CANDEE, MIX & CO., raja.ixn3ry Xst, 1857. IK offering onr card to the public we tender our ac knowledgments, for the very libera patronage extend ed us during tbe past year, and promise for the f uture to furnish our customers tbe LARGEST, CHEAPEST and BUST SELECTED STOCK o omn m the Southern (VaTi titter Our Senior partner will be nstantlyln the Eastern Ii.a.CI- I1IU 111 kCTTL UBIIUIJ ULJtt nikU ISIJ UDU1' ble style of Staple end Fancy Dry Goods, &c. We are Agents for so ire of the best brands of DO MESTICS, OSNABUBGS, &c,, which we offer at Factory prices. Jaa3-aaw3m CAIVDEE, ITIIX & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in BOOTS & SHOES 3E3. ATS, CARPETING, CLOTHIiVGj MILLIXERY GOODS, 0y Jan31iw3m 225 it AIN-ST-. MKlfPHIS, TENN. J. C. JACOBI & CO., (No. 32S Vain, bet. Union and Gayoso-sts.,) Importers and Manufacturers of HAVA1TA & DOMESTIC CIGARS AM) TOBACCO. S"tONSTAXTLT on hind, a large assortment of the most favorite erases, ai moccraie puces. JH5-lT A. J. WALT & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL G K O C E M S , AKD DEALERS lit ALL EI.1DS Or . UPPER COUNTRY PEODUCE, Southeast Corner of Mala and Union Sts., MEMPHIS, TENN., HATE alwavs on band a well and carefully selected stock of articles in their line, which they will sell at the lowest current prices. Q- Orders promptly fllled. with dispatch. )anlS-datw-ly .2. JflERETO, WATCH MAOR, AKD DEALER 121 Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAMS-ST3. TAKES this method of informing his friends, and the public generally, that he has moved from his old stand to the corner of Main and Adams streets, where he will take pleasure in exhibiting: a new and choice lot of JEWELRY, to those who may favor him with a call, ana wm be pleased to execute all orders for repairs in his line. He hopes, by honesty.iln tegrlty, and his efforts to please, to gain tbe confidence and liberal patronage of au who may find it convenient to visit bis establishment. J3" AH orders for repairing In every branch of my buj slness promptly attended to. augzi-ly J. B. SHAEPE, WHOLE3ALE TOBACCO FACTOR, Ao. 25 Aioiuon-ir., oeiieetn front now ana Main, MEMPHIS, TENN., WOULD respectfully Inform the merchants f Mem phis and surrounding country, that he bas Just re tamed from tbe cities of Virginia, wberehe estsbiished a permanent Agency for tbe sale of all grades of virgin la Tobacco, and lBtends to keep constantly on hands stock equal to tbe demand, at manufacturers' prices. Being fully able to compete with tbe New Tork, Balti more, Cincinnati and New Orleans markets, he Invite tbe attention of all dealers in the above article to his stock before purchasing elsewhere. oc2l-dStw tf J B. SnARPK A. r. M CANE. .T. t. WILLIAMS. McCANE & "WILLIAMS, (Successors to "Wheat lc Taylor,) FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Duvall's BlulTs, Arkansas, ylf the croaing of the Menphii and Lilile Rock Rail- roaa on trnut juvcr. mHEY keep constantly on band Sugar, CoffVe, Salt, A Floar, Molasses, and all other articles usually kept in a Grocery, which they will sll low for cash or ex change for Hides, Furs and Peltries, or any other articles broaeht to the market. in- Goods destined for Utile Rock or the adjacent counties, shipped to Dnvall's Bluffs, will be forwardtd immediately, as there are always wagsns and teams in readiness to haul to any point. sep2S-dawtf W G o 012 s : We are now recelvlsg and opening our Fall and Winter STOCK OP DRY GOODS, t ONSISriNG of every variety of Staple and Fancy Dry V J Goods ussallv kept in this market. Superfine Black and Bine Cloths, Casslmeres, Doeskins, Cloaks, Mantillas, Moire Antlqae, Velvet Shawls, te latest style; Laaies' Dress Goods, of a superior quality; Crae Shawls, a large lot of Blankets, Negro Cloth, Brogans, Ready Made Clothing, Boots n Shoes, Hats, and a variety of artlcler, too numerous to mention. All I astis. "Come one, come all," and examine my stock, before making your purchases. I bought cn the very best terms, and am determined that none shall un dersell me. I shall adopt the Cash Ststem, excapt to punctual dealers. A. v. blaiu, ko. ii atain siren, octl3-Jtwaw$m Old Stand of Ferguson & Nelll. J. V. FUSSELIi, OMISSION MERCHANT AND General S.gent9 oc2t-tf MEMPHIS, TENN. D. PANTE & C0.3 Lard Oil, Soap and Candle IfllTFACTlIRERS, 141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn. THE highest marset prices paia tor rougn ana renacrta Tallow, Lard and Soap Grease. nov2 ly JOHN B. B0TT0, BOOT AND SHOE ' 3.1 A K 13 F A C 11 IV li I , No. 6G Front Row, SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT, SygoaML toTi is, Tonn., . ww... , . , n I nnvK.ni fa Till enjiDO VI. n ... .V. . , .,11. a. 'A f. , . dllUI I, VI 111. V"u w v.uv. Sis' maaulactnrers. He keeps, also. Leather, I a"Sal n I TTnrwr- flair Skins. French and American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Ta llses, all of which be wl 1 sell as cheap as any in this market. Give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. dec!9 A. 2TKEET & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF RAILROAD CARS, CARTS, WA.C3r03XTS, c&c. Poplar, between Main and Second Streets, aml2 MEMPHIS, TENN. Walker & Brothers, MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTIIIXG, AND DEALERS Iff Ovv Goods, Koots $ Sivocs, rTOjLolosalo nnrl ArtotzxiT., No. 79 Front Row. WE have Just received one hundred cases of Clothing, expressly manufactured fer this mar ket, and are opening the best selected stocks of 'all kinds of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, ever brought here, which we oner at the lowest possible prices, being enabled to compete wtin any house inrougn tne facilities of our house In Philadelphia. We would especially Invite the attention of country merchants, knowlr g that s! an and will suit all 3d very -re. ce i arc see. angio- A. VACCARO & CO., DEALERS IK GKOCEKIES, Poreign and Domestic Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c., ICO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. OOtJt ' CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, Slain ttreet, next door to Odd FeUoiet' Hall, MEMPHIS, TENN. xe a XjTjTTtj3 mxr PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods, Paints. Oils. Window Glass. Patent and Botanic Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobscco and Cigars, Brsndlesand Wines. Q- Every article sold by us warranted as represeniea, subject to be returned at our expense. Jnly8-ly LAW NOTICE. HTOLLIKTINE, Esq., bss removed his Law once . over the Store and Commission Honse of Fowlkes, Mount h. Co., on Jefferson street, between the Post Offlce and Main street. spei3-ir Pittsburgh Ale. TTJSTieceiTed, 300bbls. Smith's superior Pittsburgh J Ale. H. H. POTTER, sects xain-sT, sa soor iiorta worsuam tiousi. GRAHAM & HILL, COTTON FACTOKS, Commission and Grocer Merchants, dec30-daw3m NO. 9 FRONT HOW. I JAMES T. TAYLOR.. .w. B. ROSS, TAYLOR & ROSS, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS ASD WHOLESALE GROCERS, IVo. 6 Monroe Street, Menipliis, WILL make liberal c ich advances on all consignments of Produce or Merchandise. Referencet Henderson, Terry &. Co., S. O. Jseison jt. Co., New Orleans; Speed & Strange, E. II. Apperson &. Co., Memphis. novlt-3m PATTERSON, IIARSHAI. -. & CO., Grocers, Cotton Factors, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ao. 49 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn. OTJR charges for selling Cotton on arrival are Fifty Cents per Bale : for storing and selling Seventy-Five Cents. All Cotton Insured unless otherwise instructed. febl7-dawly J. X. SMITH...J. B. MEACITAM... WHITE TX ELD. SMITH, MEACHAM & CO., Wliolesalc Grocers, Forwarding & Commission Merchants, (Hatty Hunt's yew Buildingt,) No. IS Front Row, Memphis, HAVE now on band a fine assortment of Bagging and Rope of tte best brands, together with a complete and well selected stock of the virions articles usually kept in onr business, to which we invite the attention o purchasers. Agents for the sale of "Pikn's celebrated Magnctls Whisky, "and Jones, Lloyd tcCo.'s Southern ManLtac tured Nails. SXIIU, MKACIIAM. s. uu. aug27-6ni J. P. HILL.. ... T. HAYLET. HILL & HAYLEY, Cotton Factors, 2STo. 55 Jaxroxxt Row, OVER D. n. TOWNSEND'S, MEMPHIS, TENN. TT'OR Selling, 50 cents per bale. For Storing and Sell JO lng. 75 cents per Sale. All Cotton Shirpedtoor Stored by us will be covered by Insurance, unlet s othsr wise instructed. 3- Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished to customers. sepio-aawsm A. A. SMITHWICX. J. R. WRAY.. Memphis. , w. IMITn Hernando, Memphis. SMITHWICK, WRAY & CO., I P A T rP fl AT 1? A PTHD Q W W JL AW XX J? ilV 1 UIllJ Comiuissioiv Mcrclia.iits, A'o. 3 Sladiion-tt., bewteen Front' Row end Mains t., Up Stairs, MEMPHIS, TENif. QTRICT attention given to Selling ;ahd Storing Cotton U ana fToauce constgnea to us. N. B. Orders for Bagging, Rope and Plantation sup plies filled with care and dispatch. Charges for Selling and Storing Cotton, fifty cents per bale. aug2I-Cm A. Iff. HOPKUVS &i CO., f Successors to Powell Co.,) Cotton Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 41 UNION STREET, sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA. 1. WILDS YERNOB D. C. WILLIAMS. J W. A. BRYAN, M. N. BRYAN, Late of LaG range, Tenn. Late of Panola, Miss. TWO'S, BRYAN & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission and jtorAvaraiug MERCHANTS, No. 6 Front Row, over Meacham k Galbralth's, MEMPHIS. TENN, T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping aad X Selling Cotton. Charges 50 cents per bale. S3" All cotton sent to us will be covered j Insurance, unless otherwise Instructed. aug22 T. B. NORMENT, Cotton Factor AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK, Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row, MEMPHIS, TENN. A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand. tX. July2-dawly rELIX WALKER,. C. SNIDER, CofTceviUe, Miss. New Orleans, La. WALKER & SNIDER, Cotton Factor s AND Commission Merchants. No. 123 Canal Street, JulylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA. C. M. HORTON, ....II. C. HORTON, Late Ilorton U Hunter. Late of Monthalla, Miss. C. M. HORTON & CO., COTTON FACTORS, Commission & Forwarding Merchants, A'c. 3 Mad Ison-St ., opposite I. B. Kirtland's Qffict, MEMPHIS, TENN. TTJK will continue as heretofore, giving special atten I V tlon to the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at fifty cents per bals, and to the selection and purchase of any article In market. Office removed from No. 3 Front Row to No. 3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank. snggQ I. M. OATES A. M. WOOD GATES & WOOD, COTTON FACTORS, GROCERS, Produce and General Commission 3V3C 33 JtS. O J3L -fla. TNT "X1 S , A'o. 3 Union Street, between Main and Front Row, MEMPHIS, TENN. AFTER an active application to Dullness, tor over eleven years, 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 as may confide their business to our charge. Our stock of Bag ging, Rope and General Supplies will not be excelled In tbe city, cash advances, or acceptances, wui oniy an made on consignments la store. Insurance on Cotton or other Produce, In store, will only be efiected upon actual Instrnctlsns, or when under advance. Shipments of Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured while in transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on the face of bills lading. To all our friends who have so liberally patronlxcd us during years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as heretofore for a continuance of their patronage. Isnlg-dawlr GATES & WOOD. WASDLAW IIOWARD. ..WM. T. HOWARD. W. HOWARD & CO., Cotton Factors, Commission anil t orwaramg iuercnanis, NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, DEALERS in Bagging, Rope, Twine.Sugar, Coffee, Mo lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt, London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, "Vinegar, Guano, Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good stock now on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices. 3Cash advances made on Cottons in store for sals or shipment. All 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, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing and selling Cottons, the same as wa have charged for years past fifty cents per bale. Iulv20 BENJ. REID. ............ .J. M. REID, B. REID & RR0.f Cotton Factors Arrn Commission Merchants, NO. SS FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN. ALL Cotton sent to our address insured, unless Instruc tions to the contrary are received. Plantation orders filled with care. Store and Sell Cottsn at fifty cents per bale. aK3-nyl7 T. r. AYDLETT. ....T. C. DOUGHERTY, Hew Orleans. Mempliis. T. P. AYDLETT & CO., COTTON FACTORS -.ND ' FORWARDING MERCHANTS, ItO. S3 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS AKD COMMISSION MERCH ANTS- NO. 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, WILL make cash advances on all Cotton or other Pro duce shipped to T. P. Aydlett k Co., New Orl'ans. ocS-ly CARRIKQTON MASON, L. C VORVELL Holly Springs, Miss. Ripley, Miss. MASON & N0RVELL, Cotton Factors Gr H O 33 2X.-S" , AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 165 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. C0NSTANTLT on band, Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies, majJl-ly C 3IASOK O. C. BOONE ..L. C. XORVELL, Holly Springs, Miss. Louisville, Kjr. Ripley, Miss, MASON, BOONE & IVORVELL, COTTON FACTORS GROCERS, Commission & Forwarding Merchants, No. 10lMain-St., Memphis, Tenn QAGGiNG, Rope, Jeans, Linseys, and a general stock X) of Plantation supplies constantly on nana. feb9-dawly CUDDY, BROW & GO., COTTON FACTORS AMD GENERAL Commission. Iflcrcliantg, 35 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. 1 ASH advances made on all Cotton or other Produce J coaslgnca as aoove, oy " J anil -tf T.J. n a rtntnir. ..J. B. ELLIS A. C. BLAIR DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BtAIIt, COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS Receiving, Forwarding and benerai COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 219 Main Street, Eatt tide tetaeen Jtjerton and Adam, Mempnu, i cnn. T-iOPE. Barging and Plantation Supplies always on It hand. Jnn20-dawtf J. M. PATRICK & CO., AND Commission Merchants, NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, Tx2Nv., (OFFICE UP-STAIRS,) WILL give strict attention u au liouuu nai u ibi ..i. in this market, or shipment. ...... rvittnn mrKipned tn m will be Insured against the dan gers of River Navigation and rm wnue in store, mm otherwise Instructed. Orders for Bagging, Ropo and Supplies will meet our prompt attention. augl3.daw6m J. M. PATRICK k CO. Jt. M ERR I lit-j COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 5 Monroe Street, bet. Front Row &Main, (SOCIH SIDE,) TvrnmTihig. Tennessee. T) ARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of X Cotton ana otner iveauco Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at lowest market prices. oti-o J. Xi. Verser9 Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant, lVIosby & Hunt's new jsiock, Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Frent Row, Memphis. T WILL pay particular attention to fitting orders fox JL Groceries, Bagging ana nope, ac. Julrt-dnwly i. c. ORirriNO J. ORirriNO. J. C. GRIFFING & BRO., Commission Merchants, Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. TTTE win furnish supplies to our friends as heretofore, Y and make advances on shipments to our friends in New Orleans. XTo cr Orleans Era.. T. S. THEOBALD. J. C. OBIFFINO..E. S. TfltDSA ii Frankfort, Ky- Memphis, Tenn. rranxion, j. THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO., Cottori ?nctors AND General Commission Merchants, NO. 71 CAMP STREET, tnlylSrdawtf reif ORLEANS. LA. Z BEASLEY A. W.LOT1NO. BEASLEY & LOVING, Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants AND Goaoral C3- ooor &t NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on hsnd. Charges fifty cents per bale, all other Produce at asual raees. Instructions strictly ooeyru, ouu pruiup. r-mltance. AU Piodnce lnsurea, unless omerwise w-itrucU-d. acgM dswly E. DASHIEI-I- & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For the Sale, Strage and Shipment of COTTON, NO. 69 FRONT ROW, ME3IPHIS, TENN. 1 LL orders for Bagging, Bale Rope, Groceries, Provis- V. ions and Plantation Supplies, : prpmjtly. at the lowest current rates. augl-wly J. T. STRATTON, I J I. H. E. M'DAYITT. J W. B DUNSCO&iB, . DONOHO. STRATTON, McDATITT & CO., Cotton Factors, GROCERS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 70 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN. ALL consignments insured unless otherwise instruct ed. Agents for " GRISWOLD'S ' celebrated COTTON GIN. ttbZl-lT We eontinne to Store and sell cotton at rinx ukim. per bale. finhand.a large stock of Power-loom and India Bag ging, Machine and HandR-pe, together with a heavy slock of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wc will furnish to our customers at the lowest market piiccs. augl2wm a., -ten. ou. &t gost: AT COST I FOR CJlSH. AflK fCr WORTH of new and seasonable tSwO.UUU CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS, at actual cost for cash. Owing to a change in our business, we offer at actual cost for cash and cash only, our entire stock of Clothing and Furnishing Goods, As the business must be closed nn. and to do so the stock must be sold, persons in want of Goods in our lice, will find it to tti'ir advantage to give us a call. . ,kljsh ec juii.-3u., 2ia. 3 uarx's Mamie jjiocx, janl-3m 272 Main street. X3" Enquirer cony three months. s. rRAxsioLi r. n. Williamson. FRAXSIOLI & WILLIAMSON, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Chlna.Glass and Earth enware, French aad German Vases, Silver, Sliver Plated, German Silver and Brltanla Ware, Fine Table Cut lery, kz., 1S8 Main Street, MEMPHIS. Also Loot lng Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Tea Trays, Parlor Lamp?, Chandallers, Glrondoles, kc., kc Julyl7 G. B. liOCKE, Auctioneer and General Agent, AND RE ATj ESTATE BROKER, 83 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS HALL, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every description, Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting and Leasing Property, &.C Storage and Consignments solicited. Hsving engaged tbe services of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL, an old and experienced Auctioneer, lata of Huntsvllle, Ala bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments aud sales of every description.- LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on Consignments. G-Storage and consignments solicited, p. s. I am Agent for The Adams Express Company, maris GentlemeiVs Mats! THE NEW STYLE FOR FALL AND WINTER IS RECEIVED BT WHEATOiV, Fashlonahlc Hatter, 75 Front Row. 10,000 PAIRS OF BOOTS, SHOES AM BROGANS, FOR SALE CHEAP AT YiV H HA TOIXPa Z oct!2-ly No. 75 Front Row. , In tlae Law Side of the Common Law and Chancery Court of the City of Memphis. Rebecca Klnnaman, ) w. V Petition for Dlvorc. Andrew J. Klnnaman ) r1 appearing to the Clerk and Master In vacation, from the petition In this behalf, teat the defendant, An drew J. Klnnaman, is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee, It Is ordered that publication be made for four snr cesslve weeks In thsJVfempAfj Appeal, a newspaper pub lished in the city of Memphis, Tenn., coin -landing him to appear at the next term of thla Court, on the first Mon day In March next, at the Court House, in tlw city of Memphis, and plead, answer, or demur to complainant's petition in this behalf, or the same will be taken for con fessed, and set for hearing cx-parte. ' -febl-wlt MARCUS J. WRIGHT, Clerk. UNCH! --'-. J. SCHWOOB k Sf 5 I tffrvS. HERRMAN, inform the pub re-opened their BAR-ROOM on Adams street, opposite Worsbam House, as a LAGKR BEER SALOON, in which tbey will com. mecce on Monday, the 2d of February, to give a splendid LUMJH, (.with a glass or Lager ucer ) as me low rate rf rtrTEES cents. Good sour wm oe serves up at each Lunch. Lunch at half-past ten o'clock a. M every day. Jin3I-Jlm J. SCIIWOOB k S. UKKUHAN BENNETT HOUSE, Corner Main and Jackson-sts., BROWNSVILLE, TENN. THIS well known notel, having changed hands, and been thoroughly repaired, and provided with new Furniture, is now open for the acccmmoda tlon of Boarders snd Travelers. The public may rest aisurid that every exertion will be made on the part of the Proprietor to render this House second to none In West Tennessee, Having active and attentive strvants, and a table always furnished with the best the country affords, he confidently relies .upon siTiuaraure saiisiacuon to aiiwno may ravor nimwita their patmnage. WM. JL. B ENNETT, JanS-dlwaw3m Proprietor, C3 Entnlrer copy. WT01SIlVl 1I013SE- Corner of Main and Adams strect, MEMPHIS, TENN. mniS nouse is situated in the centre of builniss, snrf J Is now finished and in comnleteordr. Thliwiritnr iiioj.c. oinieeii u snau not do surpassed by any House in U1V OU'llI will. Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestcwec on nun ior me last two years, he hopes ly a street atUD uoa im Dolmens to merit a continuance of the tame. J. J. WORSnAM, Prbprletor COMMERCIAL HOTEL. CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON STS. rpms establishment has Jnst undergone thorough re JL pairs In every department. Rooms newlv nala'sd auu pap-rcu , ucuiuafi ujorougmy renovated , mere Is net even a mattress that Is not new or equal to new; carpet, mostly new, kc In one word the hoase Is naw In de cidedly better on er than it bas ever been since it was built, very grateful for the liberal patronage to the House since I have occupied It, and having renewed two leases, one on the Honse, the other upon my age, I bspe to ne aoie to give more attention man heretofore. err determined to make my guests comfortable. oc7-tf D. COCKRELL, Proprietor Tane Changed! -NT33W ISTXTJ.JT ON UNION STREET. rnHE subscribers respectfully inform their old friends and X ALL me puDiic. mat they have opened a new iteslan rant on Union street, where tbey are prepared to furnish tbe best brands that can be found In the market, served in the best Parisian styles. Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt ana t resn water isn, Biras in fact, everything suited to Ibe flaest and most delicate epicurean taste. Give ns a call We have six different rooms for the ac commodation of Private Parties. We will not be outdone In any branch connected with our business. JanlS-tf DEMPERWOLF k GlTTER, WORSnAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Plain and Fancy Candies, Adams Street, under the Wor sbam House. KEEP3 constantly on hand a large assortment of Green and Dry Frnits, Fruits In their cwn Juice, J.llles, Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys ters. Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, One Wines, Brandies, all kinds Nuts, kc. in connection with this estab lishment I have fitted up an Oyster saloon, ana win rtceue i Ktsil OYSTERS by every packet. novlS-dly S. P. BRICnETTO. P. H. HEINRICH & BR0., CONFECTIONERS AND CANDY MANUFACTURERS, 297 MAIN STREET, KEEP constantly on baud a large variety of PLAIN and FANCY CANDIES CAKES, Fruits, Preserves. etc., wholesale and retail. We are also prepared to fur nish parties at the shortest notice. IN connection witn this we keep open our LADIES' and ,GENTLEI1ENS' OYSTER SA LOON from 9 o'clock A . M., to 12 o'clock r. M.,and are receiving during tbe whole season. FRESn OYSTERS by every steamtr. We solicit a share of the public patronage. nov2-d6m W. ALEXANDER.. ... R. J. LANSING. ALEXANDER & LANSING, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, N03. 63 AND 63 LOCUST STREET, &ax3.-t XjotjlJjhj, IVXo. REFERENCES. . J. Murphy, Memphis ; Cuok k Co., Memphis ; Barnett k Walk.r, " ToddiGoyer, " Charles Potter, ' febS-tm BRADY & JJAY1ES, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Main street Louisville, iy.y " MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rep. Bag- XX glng. Jeans, Linseys, Sc. Jan23-Iy O. SMITH.... B. T. OUTIIRIE....CEO. J. ROWLAND. SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO., Cominissiou Mcvcliants AND WHOLESALE GROCERS, DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco. No. 64 Main Street, between Second and Third, Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT. J. M. McFADDHV & CO., (LATE TRIPLETT, M'FADDIN k CO.,) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, nemp. Provisions, Flour, Grain, Ac, solicited and promptly executed. reois-iy O M. IIARTET. .R. B. HARVEY. C. M. HARYEY & CO., COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. OUR personal attention . ti will be given to the Sale or Lib." 'sip Forwarding of Goods orgjWgs Produce consigned to our-'""" address. We will contract Freight on the above fer re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at lowest rates. We have had several years' experience in our market in the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise. REFER to Cook it Co., J. C. GrlOtng k Bro , Speed k Strange, Hannah k Shanks. decl2-ly LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL. C. I. & A. V. DuPONT, MANUFACTURERS OF NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER, AND DEALERS IN PAPERS OP ALL KINDS, 477 Main-Street, Louisville, Ky. dec30-dawly H. FITZGERALD. ..CHAS. C. BILL... WOODWORTH. H. FITZGERALD & CO., (Successors to Park, Simpson 4- Co.,) Grocers, -Produce Dealers. COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, No. 92 Front Row, Memphis, AND JACK.SONPORT, ARKANSAS. Jnlj6-dawly Clerk's Sale of Real Estate. William V. Anderssn, 1 Ex. Parte Petition to sell Real Adm'r of Tbos. Si Simp- Estate, son. dee'dand others. J In Circuit Court of Shelby Co. PURSUANT to a Decree of the Circuit Conrt of Shelby County, rendered on the 22d day of January, 1S57, in the abite cause,I will, on tbe first MONDAY, being the 2d day of March next, in front of the Court Honse door In Raleigh, Tennessee, proceed to sell to the highest bidder, at public auction, 206. ACRES OF LAND, lying In the Ilth Surveyor's District of Shelby County, In Range 6, Sections I and 2, on the south side of Wolf river, being the ssme Land of which Thomas S. Simpson, dee'd, selxed and possessed. Terms One-half cash ; the residue on a credit of six months, with bond and security for the deferred payment. M. D. L. STEWART, Clsrk. Wm. K. Poston, Att'y forPetltlontrs. Jan30-tds DR. THOS. KELLER, T ATE of Tuscumbla .Alabama, has located pennanent XJ ly in Memphir, ad offers his services to the public In all tbe branches of his profession. He has taken the odea heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby and Union streets. Having recently made a careful and general selection of Surgical Instruments, he Is prepared for all the operations of Surgery. Residence 0.1 Shelby street, between Holing and Trexevant streets. myJ-ly JOHN A. NOOE, A TTORNET AT LAW. Odes in the Pott Offlce Bulld rV lng, Memphis, Tenn. rov21-tf D T. DUBOSE. A TT0RNRT AT .AW, Memphis, Tenn. Office on east CX. side of Main street, between Jefferson and Adams. Refer to F. Titus, MeXwen, Harris k McNeill, J. D Williams, W. B. Miner and Miles Owen, Mem. phis, Tenn. Mora, Titus & Co., New Orleans, ' Janlt-tf J) l fhave the honor to Asr i;c that they have S. B. WIIililABISON, (successor to mwamson 4- Hancock,) GROCER I AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, IMPORTER OF FINE WINES, BRANDIES, Havana Cigars &c. NO. ll FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. Jalyl Received thi8 Day, fCflBBLSMessPotc; WU60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard; 25 tierces Sugar-Cured Hams t 20 kegs Shot, assorted sties ; 100 biU Whisky. All or Which WS will I.Jl rhc.T. . -..k . v. 19 ,w. imj.j Acupnis. S. B. WILLIAMSON, DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In BAGGING, ROPE, AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. J rr( riECKS Bagging, hand and power-loom - w j nnnai , iuu cons Kope, Best Brands : 60 hhds. best Brown Sugar; .600 sacks Coffee; SO hhds Bacon; 100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, extra quality; 600 bbls best brand Boston Nails ; 100 bbls. and half bbls Mackerel; 60 kits Mackerel No. 1; 60 bbls. Ciushed Sugar ; 25 boxes best Loaf Sugar 1000 sacks Salt ; 5-j bbls. Molasses; 60 half bbls do; 100 best brand Flour; 100 bbls. best Dexter and Dean Whisky; 100 reams WrapnlnePaotr: And a general assortment of nrlme Rrandl.. .nd tri- also. Teas, Pepper, Spice. Ginger. Soda, Shot, Lead, and allartlcleskeptln our line f bmin .wh - wmi sell on the very best terms to our customers and the iraueieoeraiiy. auztd For Sale. WE. Jn,t ""JTrf hU day, and oBer fer sale, low, 10,000 yards Kentucky Jeans and Llndsey, for Ne- ' various cotars ana prices ; 200 dot en Old Brandy, bottled In 1817 ; 150 boxes and half boxes Star Candles. UAYIDSON, ELLIS k BLAIR, No. 1 Main stmt, soir- GROCERIES, ifec THE subscribers keep 0n hand the foHewteg articles, which they warrant to be of Srat an.Ht- .t,i . sale low for cash; Wheat Fans and Threshers ; E. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ; Wagons, Northern and Southern m-nulictore J Bacon, hog-round ; Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco; Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ; Candles, Powder, Shot aad Lead ; Brandies and Wines, superior article ; Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris; Together with a general assortment of aM article. n- slly kept in a Grocery store. G WYNNE k GIBSON, 'dr? Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange Building. llilltittrg Dais. V JE if 8 goods : GREAT BARGAINS, AT THE EMPORIUM OP FASHION, And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak ana tuantiua ustaDiisnrntnt, MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. 299 WE are now receiving and cpeninz ooe of the largest and most magnificent stocks of Preach Millinery and Fancy Dry Good ever nought to this olty. Also, a very select assort ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new. Silks, Cash- urcc., jiarcuos, ueai-es, ana a large variety of all nyies ror street. Traveling and Evening Dresses. We call aartlcular attention ts our Millinery Depart ment, consisting of Chenille, Moss and Uncut Velvet, Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and Englt.h Bonnets ; Flow ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $5,000 worth of fine French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese and Gimpure Laces; all styles of Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth CIOA-KS, Ladles' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps. Head Dresses, Ladles' and Misses' Shots, Corsets, Kid Gloves, Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress, es, kc., kc N. B. Embroidering and Stamping done, Cloaks anf Dresses made to order in a few hours at cheapest prices. Ladles, please call before parcbasiag elsewhere. Orders from the country promptly attended to. octl H. STII.LMAN k CO. PAUJL GREEtf, F0RMERLT of the firm of Mooney k6 Green, would respectfaHy say to hi. old? friends and easterners that he is still at the old stand, with a good supply of Fruit Trees, consisting of Apples, Pears, Plums, Peaches, Cherries, Apricots, Nectarines, &c. Also, Rspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb aad Asparagus. Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order on a re.pectable merchant at Memphis, will be paactually attended to. and all Plants goaranllidUi order and de livered any patt of tbe city, froe of charge. Nursery on Main street, South Memphis. PAUL GREEN, oct!4-d6m Receiver of Mooney k Green. WUEATON'S NDRSERr. TO "HORTICULTURISTS AND PLANTERS. I would respectfully remind the citizens of Memphis and sn'rcnmling country thst the season for transplantlag Fruit and Or namental lrees Is fast approaching. Great additions have been made In every depart- meui, more particularly amoag Fruits. A more select and varied collection his never been efierod for sale in the Sout-west, consisting la part of over one hundred varieties of -0P-lo3, Fooxs, Poachos, E3xcrLJ5, sCT-ao-rxdlos . Catawba, Isabella, Ohle, Srupperuong, California, etc Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants, Gooseberries, etc; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas Pecans, Chesno t s, etc., etc. ureen-Douse plants, buidous Flower Roots, (Imported.) Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora. In a 'ditlon to tbe above, I am now receiving a large lot of Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence of having to move most of my stock on hand, I will sell It very low. Purchasers may rely on everything being wbat It Is represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the Railroad Debit, or addressing ocil-asm S. M. WHEATON. 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. ETCHAVARIVE & JBRO., NURSERYMEN, Kfe SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the gU.orn Late jioaa, nave on hand a fine as rQI!,'sortment of SHRUBBERY, la every -t- partment, consisting In part of APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS, Poors, O-a.ozrx.os; Apricots, ISccturincs, Sc. Also, Rsspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines. In va rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House Plants, 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 to, aad all Plants guarantied to order and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge. We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens In town or country, at the shortest notice. OCtl7-4m KTLiti AV A K K & 111U. JVOT1CE. I HAY a. three HOUSES and LOTS to rent for the present year, situatM In the Northeastern part of the city, n what Is known as Winches ter Avenue, it being the property upon which I now live. For a more partlcn'ar description, and for closing the contract of rent, call on Majer William Puf fin, at the Gas Offlce. BOB PRICE. Jan3-dtf Profitable and Honorable Employment FOR THE WIXTER. PERSONS In town or country In search of employment as a source of Income, or tor fill up their leisure hours, msyhearof sucn oy enciosisg iwo stamps, to pay post age, to Professor J AMES t. huk-NE, box x 0.4,601 .Sew York Post offlce. The employment Is fitted to either sex station In life immaterial. It Is an article of dally consumption, and can be manufactured in aay person's dwelling; secured by copyright; sales as permanent as flour. An agent Is wanted in every town In the Union. Jan21-lm C. C. MA YD WELL'S OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, MEMPHIS, TENN., TTTHERE can b fonnd all description of Grave Work, W which will bo furnished as cheap as it can be got in any market west. Also, uuuding won cone at short notice. It Is to the interest of an persons wanting such work to purchase from the yards at Memphis instead of purchas ing from Agetits, as me Mannractors nave to aaajme twenty per cent, that is paid Agents to the work sold by them. Southerners, look to your interest. dec3-dawSm C. C. MAYDWBLL. Garden Seeds, Crop of 1S5G, TMRECT from D. Land re th, for saie by the paper, dozen, XJ pound, and LUshel, wholesale and retail by en21-daw-w WARD k JONES. WjEIF route to the 'EAST AND NORTH, TIJL MIPHIS AND CHARLESTON H&IJLHO&H, WESTERN DIYISION. OPEiV TO CORIIVTH. ON and after Nov. 16,1858, TUBOCGH MAILTRAIN will leave Memphis, DAILT, at 7:00 a. m., arriving - in- a aomervme at 10:00 a. m. Returning Leaves Corinth at 1 r. m. ; Somerrffle 3 f.m. Arrives at Memphis at 7.00 f. m. ZThls Train connects at Corinth with a double Dally Line of first class Post Coaches to the terminus of the Eastern Division of the Memphis and Charleston Rail road. Thence by Railway direct, and connections sure with all Eastern cities. Staging reduced to forty wiUes, and track-laying orc gresslns rapidly. THROUGn TICKETS sold to the foSowlng points CHARLESTON, SAVANNAH, WILMINGTON, CHATTANOOGA, NASHVILLE, AUGUSTA, MACON, HUNTS VI LLE, MONTGOMERY, STEVENSON. GRENADA. This Train also connects wMhtha viai.in-t n-t-.i Railroad to HoDr Ssrlnxs. Oxford, o nd. r.ntnn Jackson, kc, kc Also connects at Grand Junction Station with Tennes see Central Railroad to Bolivar, Jackson, Huntingdon and othtraUces. Aoconnectatat Pocahontas with Trl.wil- t in..) Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus, I1IKOUGU TO XASUVILiE IS 34 IIOIIRS. Via tbe Memphis and Charleston. Nashville andChatia. nooga Railroads only -Q miles of Staging, against 1 . -ti 1 cy aoy outer route. The ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN runs daltr fex. cept Sundays) between Memphis and the J auction with the Mississippi Central Railroad: Leaves Junction 7.00 a. m. ; arrives at Memphis 11:00 . M. Leaves Memphis 2:00 r. it. t arrives at the Junction 6:00 f.m. Freight Trains lerve Memphis for Pscahontas DAILT at 7 a. at. Doors close at 4 r. m. Throagh Ticket, enly. on the above Routes, can be ob- iaiwiaiu commercial Hotel, aaweu as Information connected with the Road. Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before en tering me cars, ana save payment of extra fare. Baggage cheeked to all stations on the Railroad, and no Baggage will be received without being checked. Each passenger will be allowed seventy-five pounds of baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage ; bat no article wlH be carried as baggage that is not Incident to the person of the passenger. In case of loss the Com pany wm bow themselves responsible for an amount not exGtrcung $iuu. Negroes, when traveling alone, musthave acermlt. si, mlng tbe point to which they are to go, and speclfyiBg that they are to travel by railroad, or they wit! not be B. AYRES, Superintendent of Transportation. ep21 For Baltimore, Washington, Neiv York, Philadelphia, &c. Direct Through Lino for the East! Baltimore and Oliio R AILR 0 AD . THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (379 miles,) and to Washington, (40O miles.) and n resents the fullest advantages both as a freight and passenger line. It mas through wild and romantic regions of the Alleghenies; snd being solidly constructed. comdetHv equipped and carefully managed, is ooe of the most at tractive ana safest Railroads in the United States. The Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and Zaaesville to Wheeling, unites this road with all portions of the West and Southwest. The only Through Tickets from Memfhis, Locisyilxx and St. Louis to the National Me tropolis, are sold by this road, which runs direct to Washington without the delay of passing throagh Balti more. It is also the only lla by which bargage can be checked to Washington from the Ohio river. S3-By the mail route from Memphis, take the maB steamers, running daily for Loaisville, connecting there with mall steamers cr Jeffersoavilie Railroad for Cincin nati, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars of Little Miami Railroad for Colambas, connectaig there with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark and Zaaes ville, to Wheeling. By the express train of this route, the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Washington is less than 27 hours. 3" Be sure to ask fer tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Route. Kl-Passengers from Memphis going East through St Louis, can bay Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. This route lays through Vincennes, Terra Haute, Indianapolis, etc., to Wheeling, over the new Ohio and Mississippi and connnecting Roads. These connections are all direct, aad the time from St. Loots to Baltimore or Washington Is but about 43 hours. Through Tickets by this route may be had of the Ageat, undtr the Plan ter's House, at the following rates : From St. Louis to Baltimore $25; to Washington $2S. At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior cars of the Baltimore and Ohio RaHraad, which leave three times daily for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New York. Through In IS or 17 hours, iBClading stoppages. For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of lhe country, and general comfort, this road Is second to none In the Union. FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest equipment of any Railroad in the United States, and is prepared to do an immense business ia transportation. The road makes Immediate connection at tbe wharves ami lr. the stmts of Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel phia and New York, steamers ef Ericsson and Balti more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to New York, and by new Merchants' and Miners' Line to Boston, steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, kc. For particulars, see freight tariff, copies of which may bo had of the Forwarding Houses In the West, or of J. B. Ford, Receiving and Forwarding Agent at Wheeling. WM. S. WOODSIDE, Master of Transportation, Baltimore. A. T. LAVALLETTK, Jnn25-ly Agent, 61 Front Row, Memphis. NEW AERANGEMENT ! ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND To the North, and East! Through in Three Days and a Half to New York! ILLINOIS CENTRAL iz .1 1 jl 11 o i From Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Hours, Without Break of Uuage or Change of Cars or Baggage. AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars . leaving the same Depot, tor Detroit, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Albany, New York, Boston, and all Eastern and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and four from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New York, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comfort great er, than by any other route. Passengers through are NOT subjected to the delays consequent to 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, and the East, with Lake Shore Railroad and Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee, Sheboygan, kc, and with a splendid Line of First Class Steamers for Sault Sta Marie, Lake Superior, Colling wood, Toronto, etc talns leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol lows! 6:05a.M., Chicago and Dunlelth Express. Sundava excepted. This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and New York central Railroads, through la thirty-one hours. This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad ior St. Louis and Vincennes; at Pana, with Trains cf the Terra Haute, Alton and St. Louis nauroaa, ior inaianapoiis, Louisville and Cincin nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena, Dunlelth; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring field, Naples, Rock Island. Burlington and Quinsy. 6:10 p. M., .New .on jsxpress, Saturdays excepted. Stopping only at Important Stations, exceut on Slra.T. connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur V. Dunlelth, ana arriving at Chicago at 2 p. m. Passengers for the upper Mississippi, will find at Dun lelth, steamers of the Dunlelth and Minnesota Packet Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Calm Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, kc Passenger! for Janesville, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con nect at Freeport with Trains to Beloit and Janesville, and from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis consin. The Msps and Charts Indicating the Great Central Route to the North and Jta stare an exact transcript of Cotton's Map of the United States, and passengers are requested to examine this route as wen as the running time cards of the connecting Roads, and Jndge for them selves as to the correctness of the above statements. Tbe opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and the Lower Mississippi, anoras to the pleasure traveler. as well as the business man, attractions and facilities for reaching the North and East, which surpass those of any other route whatever. The accommodations fur nished by tbe Company for the convenience of the trav eling public, ths permanency of the road and structure, the strength and elegance of the Engines and Cars, com mend themselves to those who desire in traveling speed, coajon ana scjeiy. TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege of laying over at any point, can be bad at Memphis, Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Offices on the line. A. T. LAVALLETTK, Agent, lunt-lr Memphis, Tenn. Choice Irish Potatoes. fOn SACKS for sale by Xs6J B. MERRILL, oct28 No. 5 Monroe street, Bagginsr, Bale Rope and Twine, CONSTANTLY on hand and for sale by B. MERRILL, oct23 Monroe street. Carriage Factory. THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory on Second street, between Washington and Adams streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re pair carriages at me shortest notice. All work done by them will be guarantied, and a share cf public patronage soiacitea. JenS-ly L. S. BURR k CO Smokers. Attention! TTJTT received, 180,000 Cigars, ranging in pries from eJ 810 to 310 a thousand, ay n. n. potter, declS Mals-st., 3J door North Woraham House, MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD. Opoa to Como. 0Nw"?1rTOJ2ldT.JMO!lT,U,' lserr- THROUGH MAIL TRAIN will jeave Memphis dally, SundaVs excepted,)at7:30 A. M., arriving at Como at 10-03 ?l MepBb'lf;t,r;e?oa,o " 18:30 a- This Train connects at Como with J. P McAl ri-d.- Sd rUr,"nVf nm at" Pe" CoeTfo and Grenada Staging reduced to 62 miles betweea m- ncbuc tray rely on this betng a shorter and cheaper roata to Gienada. Canton. J-ri .. T-..tJr .C."onI gtj.- - ' in- s uuui any CnT T?AIV ul dallr trips, (Sundays Er' " Monday, the 19th of January to Como. Itwillboexpoetid that consignees wmhave ar.aBgementsmadetoreceiv h.i, .JjT...Cl.a.V9 oa arrival, as the Csmpaay have only temporary arraare srtje for the loss or damage to the same at that sUtlon. J '.,&1 "Te "t of extra IxA b.!vlSJm lJl,,U"w" ae RaMtiad and no baggage wilt be rreelvtd without beinz dwi-, v..k passenger wi be aDowed HQ Vwlzfbr S read,ao4 60i!oaBdsbv.t., iZ,i .J?:!'1!?..''! iLlx- X"' ttU'U Bt "to thTpersoflk; tJf'!'.tb9 fflboH thsmselvesre spuoMW fir an amount not exceeding C0 j--Nesroes, when travelini.t -.-..'v. XJJ P"10' to 7 are'to go,an,pSS that theyare to travel by Railroad, or 1115 carried. JaalO . Jt. rAiic. . Saperiatendent FARE REDUCED! Prom Memphis to Jackson, pa ka From Memphis to NashTille. SIO 50. Yia Jackson, Waynesboro and uoinmoia, O ,'TLNG,,nt,ri Bre,"-t" with the Memphis aad Ohio Railroad and at Thompson with thT-r rrJxiUb!lnliIUi'roi'1" nuiaecVeantrouta to Middle Tennessee, aad travelers are assured tU no "fn "I he spared to render theTco5or! Me The coaches, horses and drivers are snpertoT ri.fe.?nnettJiCl'on W. Norwood Is 'i1? 01 hor I"01 eoi(At' to Nashville J1"7'5 NORWOOD 3t FOBTTN-. Fare to tireiva.ua SI OO, Including Omnibas Ticket to Holly Springs, The Cheapest and Quickest Route Between Memphis and Grenada Is now presented to the public via the Memphis and Charleston and Mississippi Central Railroad.. FOR tickets or information, apply to gl0tfSLWSi.C0.. Agents. Commercial Hotel. N. B. FOBEST, liEAIal-R. iS SLAVES. No. S7 Adams-st, Memphis, Ten., a HAS Inst norinvl .. v- ,1. & twea,y.ve.liiy-yoaB. 'aegroes To whK, n."?"?".," atteataoa of purchaser.. -SHe will b la the recniar rmM -. CV from North aad Soath Carolina every month HNe gro Depot is one of ifceaMst m-nl.i. . ri..T establl.nment of tbe k iodic the Southern coaatry aVd hls regu.atioas exact and systematic, cleanliness, neat-n-samico-fert being strictly observed aad enfored ,5.A ., to fBrott custtHrersA. I servants sal flvld hands, sound and perfect la body and mind. "Ni grues taken oa co-uatssioa. O RAILROAD CONTRACTORS McMlNNVILXE. Irw . tin.,- ia 1- SEALED PROPOSALS win be received at McMtoavl le. aatu March 10th. 1857, fer tbe Grading, Mryad Bridging of sixty miles of the S,inthwi.t,-i tj.,i.-. ownnKuctog .t McHiaavtile. th- Southern teiminos. and runaipg North throagh Warren. White and Putnam counties to Livingston, ia Overtca county The character of the work is heavy, comprising a largo amoaot of reck excavation, several heavy Jobs of bridge fvtlF ?i lTe.lTe handrM et of floors .a McCnliam's BrMglsg. Proposals for tbe above work msy be made by sections of mile one each, or fr thirty, or the whole sixty miles, la- ctBding Irea, traeklaytng, depot bandings, acd all ths eq-uynwr-t owxisary fer operating the road when com- - Plans. a.. nreales aad roeeiiKiti. ,.- k - and all other lafermatdea obtained at the Engineer's yfflsc after March 1st, at MeMlaaviUe, or before that time by aildrrniog me at the Baglaeer's office of the Mobile and Ohio Kail read, J action, Tenn. , ROBT. STERLING, fc.3-tH0ar Bagineer ra charge. ESTRAlf. TAKEN ep at my house, one. BAT HORSE, i-jleft hmd fet white. Had on new saddle and J??1!- No. 231 Main-st. M. C. CAYOE & SON, -3 ttctio xr z 23 . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, General Agents & Real Estate Brokers No. 25 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. PARTICULAR attention wUl be given to aH sales In the city or country, of Negroes, Real Estate, Merchan dise, Furniture, Land Scrip, Stock, kc. All ti.m inr and Leasing Praprr . oterage and Consign ments solicited from all sections. Returning oar grateful acknowledgments for the verv liberal patronage heretofere received, we new nled-e oar- selves, havlag determined on making Memphis our per manent beme, to doable oar diligence if possible, axtd thlnk with twenty years experieaee in tbe trade, the last eli ven ia.Mempbts, we oaiht to be gradaatea, aad feel connuem we can .1 . e, as we mtax we have done, genera! satisfaction. References A. 0.Harrls 4 Co., R. A. Parker, 3. H. Lamb St Co., W. Howard. H. T. Faras worth k Co , Geo. Flaherty k Bro., I. B. Clrtland. K. C. Rinkler. Esq.. B. Grahin, Esq., Col. R. Topp, Dr. Sam. Gilbert, Mem phis; Baldwin & Starr, N. T. Denlson it Son. W I Brace k Co., Ci-ciofiatt; Tbos. T. Read, Esq.. S. Caasl- dy, Loaisville; Messrs. Daacan, Rawllags, B. F Shields X Co., Thos. B. Winston, jiew Orleans; B.M. Spicer. Co. febl-3m sso.ooo w o f ?: CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, At manufacturers Prices. AMONG which may be found . Wm. Crompton's celebrated brands, Lynchburg; llenaerson ana lioicomoe oranas. Dr. James Saunders " Harry of the West, ie. " C. Ford's Anna Rice, ie., R. J. Wade's brands, " J as. Thomas. Jr.'s Crescent City Paragon, Richmond ; Cosby k Wlafree's Star of Riekm'd Pride of Va. A. Din's Fig, Mayflower, ie. " Coleman Wortbam's " C. W. Iris, " " Hardgrove's " Indispensable, kc, ' C M. Coby, (C. M. Cosby brand) DanvKe"; Withers k Ayres' Young America, " W. T. Southerlins' brand, " R.P.Richardson OM Caswen, " Reed.ffie, N. C. With a great variety of common brands too numerous to mention, all of which will be sold at INVOICE PRI CES, to close consignments. Ever, article warranted fresh aad genuine, and direct from the factory. J. B. SHARPS, Wholesale Tobacco Factor, decS-lwdawSm No. 25 Madison street. Trustee's Sale of Real Estate. In purtnance of a Deed of Trust executed to me by Wm. Walker fer the benefit of Wm. Richard son Hunt, dated on the sixth day or February. eighteen hundred and fit ty-five, and duly recorded ia the Register's office of the coanty of Shelby, and Statu of Tennessee, In Book No. 19, pages 1W, 167 and 163, on March 21st. ISso, I wui proceea to sen tor casn, at public sale. In front of G B. Locke's Anctlen House, east side of Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, at II o'clock, ca SATURDAY, the Uth of February, A- D. IS57, the fal lowing described XlOt Of G-I-OTOXlci, ith the Improvements thereon, to wit: Beglsnlnz at a stake on the east side of Rayburn street, at W. T. Avery's (now R. A. Parker's) southwest corner; thence south with said street tear hundred feet and six Inches (40034 feet) to a stake; thence east seven hundred and sixty-one feet and six laches (761 S feet) to a stake on Park's ave nae; thence Berth with said avenue four hundred feet and six inches (400 4 feet) to a stake at the said W T Avery's (now R. A. Parker's) southeast corner; thence with said Y . T. A very s inuw l.. a. x-ra.es .j Nam line, wesfc seven hundred and sixty-one leet and six inches (761 X feet) to the beginning, containing 'seven acres (7 acres); being the north half of Lot No. 199, laid oa by WUlough bv Williams, south of and near the city of Memphis, snd the same thst was deeded to Wm Joyner by H. L. Guloa on the 3d day of April, lbos, aad registered in the Regis ter's efflce of Shelby county, Tenn., la Boot id, pages No. 304 and 305, on the 7th day of May, 1852, and also deeded bv Wm. Joyner to Wm. Richardson Hunt, cn the 6th, of January, 1SS1, and by said Hunt deeded to Wm. Walker. The title to the arjove property la undisputed, but I convey only such title as Is vested In Ul as Trustee. Equity of redemption is watvea by the terms ef the Deed of Trust, J. D. WILLIAMS, Trustee. Memphis, January loin, ibsr-janutas Chancery Sale of Two Valuable iegroes. PURSUANT to a Dreeree of the Chancery Conrt at Memphis, rendered November Term, 1866, tn th case of Joseph Lenow and Archibald Wright, Adm'rs of Albert G. Uaderwood, deed, and others, ez-var:t petition to sell Slaves, kc, I will on . ' Tuesday, 24th February, 1856, In front of my office-, in the city or Memphis, proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, Two Valuable Uegroes, belonging to the Estate of said A. Q. Underwood, dee'd vix: Negro Man inamea HENRY, a 2io. 1 Plasterer, and his wife AGNES, an excellent House or Kitchen Servant. Sale at II o'clock A. M. Jan24-dawtds JOHN C. LANIER, O. k M. Economy. NEW, llxht, elegant end cheap Patent SPRING . matirkss, for saie ay sep2S-tf H. M. GR0SVEN0R. Pianos I A SUPERIOR assortment of Pianos and Melsdeons, L J ast received by I ep2S-tr H. M. GS03VZN0B, Carpets & Curtains TUST received, a large assortment ot elegant Velvet. J Brussels, Tapestry, Three Ply, Superior and Commoa Carpets, Bugs, Curtains, Cornices, ic sep23-U H. M. GR03VEN0R.