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-xr": M'CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO. MEMPHIS, TEM, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1857 VOL. VIL---NO. 289 HE MEMPHIS rVBLOBSD BAILT, TXI-WESKLTAXD WKKKLT, BT jy. s. m'claxahan, ixosidas tmusdaij:, WM. M. HUTTON, BENJAMIN J". DILL, UNDER THE STYLE AND FIEH Or M70LANATTAN, HTJTTON & CO., TO -WHOM ALL LETTERS ON BUSINESS, OB O THE II WIIE, SHOULD BE ADDRXBED. rnicc OF SUBSCRIPTIOX. BaOr. In advaaee, per annom $10 00 Trl-Ww-Ur, " " e oo ffMttr. ' " " 3 00 EJ"e Weekly pefr wttW faralstied to CteU of Tea aad assier Twenty, t $t 4. each i to Clab ef 1 wenty mm apwar, at aen aayaaie wvasUMy ia aayanoe, bad every CMk to be made ap at ea office. IB" Ah otct sab.cilLti and a "hew one win he taken to cataeratSt Wcmsi. 3" In a ease wUl the paper he seat to new snbeeri H aah the order far the hoc 1 attended with the J3 AH BaHy stfCTipties wOl be considered dec and aacaMe haf-aaaili la adraaec K3-m laeagaiag torns wUl be sUfctly-and rigidly DAILY RATES FOR ADVERTISING. Aiwfiei ay the Apfeul ami BafU end Enquirer. Far esse asare af tea Uaeg or lees, oiaertie...$l 00 BcraaaaMtMej41arHt( Mate CO X3T Oae sqaare, reeewable, iraeby, per l&fiim, $40 00 " " iwioeaweek, ' 60 09 3 Two Miasres, resewsMe weekly, per aDanci, 60 60 " " twlot a weefc. " 80 00 X3 AH aaVerttaement? reaaired to be kept 'ea reossd ae, cnamcb ai xcw EACH DAT, and oa tbM pace. aa amn em nam rale . I3 AdewUfMiitg directed to be difalayed, or set in Me ijm, caaissa bocble rates. . f3 Xaarly adrcrtiters wi 1 be claused extra f&r eocs- PftK r camrict, aad when LAB8E tvpe Is re qatreat to be ased, r tbe Spdvrttnnr at kept on ia&ide of pssrr. T3T THr advertisers will be cha-gs astra at rejralar rates far Wants, Sea s, KeawraU. Copartaership Xo- wex. nausaiirtawr. tut. tS'TKAKMEKTABTEKTISIiro MUST SE PAID TOB IX ABr.VSCE. X3T -S o adnrtiteatent wll aaaear is the Weesly paper Tialm ay spec al contract. E3 Adeaitiftieats to be inserted in tae Weekly paper aly, r at irrealar lotrmls ia either ot tbe papers, will ae cnartia si per aaare tor every iatwar t3 A9aaacia candidates for Stale, CaeMtjr aad Mb nieifU 0 Mem, -.5 eack, to be paid la adraace in every Q-JkH advertiaMBts for Charitable lastHstioa, Fire Plan) iali, Wrd, Town, and other PaMic Meetiags, to be charaad aatf price. E5 Marriaaas aad IHatas are poMistted as aew. ; bat oastaarses, Trtaate of Bepect and Faneral larttatiess as esanr MTerttseaeats. S3" AB taal and Traaeteat AdverttseaMats wUl be sharsjef af the imertioo. t3" BtMarfM Notices in Local CalnawwOlhe charged a caw per nae. t3 Xe asslacthia er varlatioa will be Btads from the " """ XerUXAKAX. HCTTON fc CO. Iroftsstonal (Laris. DR. TM. HETTITT TTILLaasetiee medicine, an tbe principle that ther is 'V im fsTalleystoms, and aone all tcsacieat. Office aa Jiaerjsa. Steves- la the Pest Office BolWlBe, s daarirtaB the Pest Offlce. Xesidence aa the comer of Hiiaiaai aad KUiott atrerts. RBP8RKNCKS : Cat. J. B. Maaasa. X. Adams, Use,., Haywrod eeasty. Jlev. p. B Kaad, jh. J. B. Madia, Fayette eB4r. K. siwiiiJ, Jtq., F P. Macius, Bee..,Tte4eB eeaaty j. a, weasa, j. at. Ashe, Jitmpbis. II. S. PARII.VM, LAWYSR. Meaaahnt. Oaee oa Maaa street, oppite CUrt'i Marble Blocs:, ap stairs, above Jahasen's drag seate. Jan3a-daw2w L. O. RIVES, A TKORNKY AMD COUXSAUJR AT LAW, Memphis, Xk Jwaa. osnc; in tae paw sjasoe staudiag. Aa baste i r rtmalrd te has care will receive preraet aad Mthtai atteatioa. fj-stlarlssfn p-onptly ad in the smriaasatag oseaatice of Weet Termi ai r, Mieesseippi and JaalS-eawly J. A. ANDERSON. A TTOKXSY AT LAW, MeaaahK Tenn. Offlce in XX Wether's BBildsag, Tr MaaefleM's Drag Store, JSirai eereet. janio-iy e Card. DR. SAMITKL SILBERT, Sr., has retaraed to his old haasestead aear Meeaphl. and reopened his Infirm ary, aad wgl ri-tnam permsnrntly. He treats the follow. as ChroHte Diseeees : Cancers. ScroSula. WM e Swelling. Taaiars and W as without Sargical operatioM. ne also treats an Chronic Female diseases, Suredef kwg standing. Tetter, RbesaiaUem, Srphilis, and aU fes me of Mercaiial AIRCtaoM. Dr 6. deems it unneessary to say more, as be has liv- Bg-wttaeases of his sacoeee from Maiste la Oregon. decM-dawly BENJAMIN IIOWCOTT, Dentist. HAYIKG prepared myeelf well to practice Deatiefcy mMeaiphis. I respectfnlly solicit 1 .be patronas of an woe may need my seT- ' vices in tbe Dental line, aad bind myself te perform all operations on the Teeth, aad iosert AttiScia Teeth la tbe asost approved style as well as it (an be doaala tailor any other eoantry. Otada afTMaia street, opposite Worsham House. 9 WAl&eaa) IT X ACSEEa i-G. TT. & H. M. AGREE. aK a tisto. omce DBvon-taocE, uourt strset, between Main aad Front Row. Memphis. TcBBeesee. All Daatal Operatioss performed with the least possible pats. Diseases of the Alveolar Process and Gums treated in the meet skiDf al manner. Full or partial Sets of Teeth set en Gotta Perch er Geld, with tne latest impiui imts, and guarantied. reariMy J.OIES M. MURPHY, 3rOX3.CX1.1 Iirtici Asont. . . JAOKSONPORT, AKK., TT71M. M personalty to tbesKatinc ef Swamp Land V V Seaip aad Warraats la the Jacksospart and Heiena ltietnote, seuasg ini aad payiag Tosts. Heferences. B Srseaass. Mphi,feem.; A. S. Hoey. Little Rock; X. O. BrteMer, MaJ T. Man, Miss.; W. M. FaiweJL " J. Xertea ft Co., X. 0.; F. Laae .V Co , " J. A. Reaeeeau, LaGraags, ii. t: Lass, nee, Helena.; Tenn MjTtse&Meete, " W. E. Batts, LawreacevUte, .laeai rate, i"a ; 0. W. Beard, Jaekeoaport; Pool &Watsen,Jackseapart J. S. WHITE, M. !., T ATS of HardecuiB ooaaty, having removed to Mem I i pass, ewers his professional services to the oitiis. OAc- est Court Square, on. door west at Wallace's Anc- tta snaee. Residence on Pontotoc street, sooth side. aetweea at i atrKK and St. Martin. larea tr R. F. LOONEY, A TTORXBY AT LAW. Office ever C. W. Cherry h Oi.Oe.'e- JaB6-tf R. C. BROWN, ATTORN ET AT LAW, Marios, Atk., practices in , Phittia, OritteadeB, Miseiselppf, Green, Randolph, Lwiuta,laawi;adiuoc, Jaokaon, Paiasett, St. Francis as ausstre uoant es. in Araanses oct7-g6gi J wlCKEBHA2f ED. A. BEECH Ett. WICRERSHAM & BEECHER, TTORNEYS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Office, XX. No SI Jeir-TSOfi street Janl-tf SMITH P. BANRHEAD, A TTORNRY AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office In the XX -feet Oases Block, ever Ardlett & Co., third story. P Dr. R. L. LAS K.I, LAT StaSTPhysidtn and Director of several Hospitals re Canaaay, nmober of dfaerent Medical Societies lc Xew Tart has located in the rttv of Memnhis. and of- texs htt set tle te the paUic as Physician; Accoucher, a4 far aU eperatlaas la Surgery. S3 Oace ea Washing Ion street, between Main and secotae. m octaa X. V. BICHAKDSOI..-tr. W. WHEATLET..3I. A.HIQQt, Ricliardson, Wlicalley & Iliggs, A TTORNEYS AT LAW Offlce on the corner of Second ,t aad Ooart streets, Memphis, Teen. ocl I-Iy HASKELL & SEARCY, A.iUKHBt at ua , jaempnis, lennessee. wm.T.i Heeketl and Robert Searcy have associated them- afTva BBBBjl, IUI 4 AZ1 UT6 L."S VI AA OQe?. In the Walter eck. novsEHm BEN. SHERROD, A TTORNEY AT LAW, Covington, Tenn. All buslnem I XX. eateasted to bis care win receive prompt attention. Hyl9-tf LEROY POPE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., win practice . in all the Courts of Memphis and tbe Western Dis trict ef Teaaessee. X3 Oflsce sath ot Court Square, adjolsing that ot the I laccery court uerk. mariz-ly EGBERT II. OSBORNE TTTILL practice Law In the Courts ef Hardeman, Fay VV ette, Tipton and Shelby, alio In M'Xairy and Har- dlr ceanttec, and In the Supreme Onrt at Jackson. All bnstBess eatrnfted to him "vlii receive prompt and faith ful aiteauon. ii" oaice is in the Coancery Clerk's omce, Boli vy, tLwaeman county. Tenn. nov22 JOHN P. FARRELLY, ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Memphis, . Tenn. Office corner of Main and Jefferson streets, over Lehman & Co.'s. Refer to Hom. Henry Plrtle, W, F. BnBotk and Messrs. i A. aiiaetwTt a. sxufjjjasjmv. uj.i ttos.yamesa'ryor, CarreBton. Ky.; McGregjr.' AHorray h. Co., and Moses Greiwood,NewOrieaiisj,E, Mj'Apperson'& Co., Mem. ptli. " novl-tf ' , " S . 3 ' A 3 ' s 3 ? k a s a Xs ' E 5 H. a I a c 3 2 St : : : r j r f r : 1. 3M 4S (N (N SMIS 69' 12 SO 16 60 ' 20 00 1 I 2. M 6 M 7 Mj S M 1? 0016 M)16 76 iJ 56l 30 00 3. 6M SHH eajlTaojU 60,10 00,36 Oil 30 Ovj 40 O0 i. ; fw etw u eoite mis ooai m 17 aoi eooo - 1 1 ' 6. 9 UUP BBI16 t 18 80 (S 00,30 00,37 SO 45 00, 60 00 6. w Mju eejir y si eojss eose e 76 69! 70 00 7. KjK OajaB 00 4 00j3-8 00; 40 06.60 00 8 60 SO 00 s. tt sajts wpi m ee 45 eoss 3&7 so so eo 9. it 6l mhe oi eo 40 o'w eo eoi76 eo'wo 00 mmtss clarirs OFFICE OF G AND EE, MIX & Ct)., TXoHerlncour card to the public ire tender onr A. EnewieagmeDU, tor me Terr noerai patronise itena ed na darins tbe put jtr, and promise for the future to farnUhonrcTUtomers-the LAKGEbT, CHEAPEST and BESTSELKCTEDSTOCJt ne cnnnn i the Southern country. Oar Senior partner wlU be eonstantlr In the E 11 tern market, and will keep of f ull j snrplled with ererjr desira ble style of Staple end Fancy Dry Goods, &c. We are Aftrnts for some of the belt brands of DO MESTICS, OSNABOEGS. Jte., which tro offer at Factory prices. Jsu31aw3si CAIVDEE3 MIX & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in BOOTS v hoj:$3 CARPETING, CLttTMIIVGj - MILLINERY GOODS, &C, Jan3-dw3m 221tAiy-ST..itEMPin3.TEyy. J. C. JAGOBI & CO., (So.'32S Main, bet. Tnlon and Gayosc-sts.,) Importers and JIannfactnrers ot HAVANA & DOMESTIC CIGARS AUD TOBACCO. CONSTANTLY on hand, a Isrce assortment ot the roost favorite brands, at moderate prices. JaoSo-ly A. J. WALT & CO., WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL GKOCMMS, AKD EEALEKJ I2f ALL EIKDJ or UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE, Southeast Corner of Main and Union Sts., IfEMFHIS, TKXX., HATE always on hand a well and .carefully selected 1 Block ef articles In their line, which they will sell at the lowest correct prices. J3" Orders promptly filled with dispatch. JanH-datw-ly .'I. THERETO, "WATCH MAOR, AKD DEALER IX TTatclies, Clocks, and Jewelry, COEXER OF MAI.V AXD ADAMS-ST3., TaEES this method of inTorming his friends. and th public generally, that he has mired from his oM stand to the corner ef 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, and will be pleased to execute all orders for repairs in his line. He hopes, by honesty, in tgrHy and his efforts te please, to gain tbe confidence and liberal patronage of all who may find it convenient to Tisit his establishment. E3 AB orders for repairing In every branch of my bu siaess promptly attended to. aag2I-ly J. B. SHAEPE, WHOLESALE rrm y- . . y-v -ar-. a rT1 T tujauuu J?au uji, .Yo. 6 iladitovtt.. between Front Row and Slain, MEMPHIS, TEXX., I TTTOTJLD respectf oily inform tbe merchants ef Mem I i'V pals and surrounJIng country, that he has Just re turned from the cities of Virginia, where he established a permanent Agency f.r the sale of all grades of Virgin la Tobacco, and intends to keep constantly on hand a stock equal to tne demand, at manufacturer' prices. BeiBg fully able to compete with the New York, Balti more, Cincinnati and Xiw Orleans markets, he invites the attention ot all dealers in the above article to hi.' stock before purchasing elsewhere. odl-datw-tr j. b. an arte A. r. M'CANE.. ......r. t. WILLI A alt. McCANE & WILLIAMS, (Snccessors to Wheat It Tayler,) FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MEECHANTS, Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas, At the craning ef the Mnphlt end little Rod Rail- rooa on tr aue juvwr. mHEYkeep constantly on hand Sugar, Cotfte, Salt, 1 Flosr. Molasses, and all other articles usually kept In a Grocery, welch tney will sail low tor casn or ex change for Hides, Pars and Peltries, or any other articles brascht to the market. 3- Goods destined for Utile Rock or tbe adjacent counties, shipped to Duvall's Bluffs, will be forwarded immediately, as there are always wagsns and teams In readiness to haul to any point. sep28-dawtf oft' .23 W G O OUS We are now receiving and opening ocr Fall and Winter STOCK OF DRY GOODS, ClUaintiil. ul every variety oi aiaptc auu rautj uij j Goods nsnallT kept in this market. Superfine Black and Bine Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, Cloaks, Mantillas, Moire Antique, Velvet Shawls, the latest style; Ladies' Dress Goods, of a ennerier quality; Crape Shawls, a large lut of Blankets. Xegro Cloth, Brogans, Ready Made Clothing, Boots an J Shoes, Hats, and a variety of articles, too numerous to mention. AH I ask IS, "Come one, come all," and examine my stock, beftre making your purchases. I bought cn the very best terms, and am determined that none shall nn. derseil me. I shall adept the CASH SrtTESf, exapt to punctual dealers. A. 0. BLAIR, no. -xn aiain street, oct!3-dtwawSn Old Stand of Ferguson & Xelll. 7 r'llU'HrTQ'QT AT ir T?!? fTTAfVlT OUMMlOlJlUil Jlljjliu JliLLi X General gent9 oc2S-tf MEMPHIS, TENN. " D. PANTE & CO., Lard Oil, Soap and Candie 11 Main street. Mcmtiliis. Tenn. TUB cjgnesl market prices paid lor rougn ana renaervu Tallow. Lard and Soap Grease. iov2-lv JOHN B. B0TT0, BOOT AND SHOE No. 66 Front Row, SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT, 'iVTotvi T -t a r ToriTI., fcp-a K.EKiaeonsisniiyonnana. jHiui9inoras iFIsnOES, of his own make, also of other JAjM L1 manufacturers. He keeps, also, Leather, "Sole and Utwer. Calf Skins. French and American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va lises, all of which be wi 1 sell as cneap as any in tms market. Give him a can before purcnasing cisewnere. decl9 A. SXKEET & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF RAILROAD CARS, CARTS, PoplaT, between Main and Second Streeti, angI2 MEJirHIS, TENN. "Walker & Brothers, MANUFACTURERS OP CLOTniXG, AND DEALERS IN Dvy Goods, llools & Sliocs, A JaolosaJo rmd jtrtoiVxiT, No. 79 Pront Bow. WE have Just received one hundred cases of m 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 weefier at the lowest possible prices, beiBg enabled to eompete with any house through the facilities of eur house in Philadelphia. We weald especially Invite the attention ot country merchants, kwwti.g that ws an and win suit all sd very "f . ca i aro see. augit- A. VACCARO & CO., DEALERS IS GROCERIES, -i j, ti ;, T- OreigH and. UOHieStlC XiiqUOrS, ITines, Cigars, Fruits, &c, NO. 298 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. oetit CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, Afain if reef, nest deor to Odd Fettovr Ball, MEMPHIS, TKXX. TYrflT..;LjB XIM PURE DRUGS ASD MEDICIXES, "tnEMICALS. Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods, ly Paints. OUs, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic Medicines, uaraen seeds, snurr, xosacco ana cigars, Brandies and Wines. J3 Every article sold by ns warranted as represented. sueject to re retnmeo. at our expense. juiya-iy LA1T NOTICE. HVOLLINTIXE, Es., his removed his Law Office over the Store and Commission House of Fowlkes, Mount & Co., oa Jefferson street, between the Post Office and Main street. speis-tr Pittsburgh Ale. TTjSTiecelved,. 300 bbls. Saiith's surlar Pittsburgh O Ale. 11. Ji. POTTER, decis - Main-it, sa coor henn worshata House. av ATT AM. ft-. TTTT.T. OOTTON FACTOKS, ac LOmmiSSiOll aBtt UfOCer MerCMailtS, dec30-daw3m XO. 9 FRONT ROW. J ASICS T. TAYLOR, t ..,.T B.-&0SS. TAYLOR & ROSS, GENERAL C03H1ISSI0X MERCHANTS j AJID WHOLESALE GBOCEES, No. G Monroe Street, Memphis, YT7ILI. make liberal c sh advances on all conilgcmenU T T of Trounce or Merchandise. JUftrenctt Henderson, Terry it Co.. a. Oi Xelson it Co., Xew Orleans; Speed & Strange, E. il. Apperson & uo., Jiempms. noTit-3m PATTEHSON, MAESHAL u , CO., Grocers, Cotton Factors, AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Pfo. 49 Front Rsw, Memphis, Tenn. 1UR charges for selling Cotton on arrival are Fifty W Cents per Bale ; for storing and sIling Seventy-Five Cents. All Cctton insured unless otherwlis instructed. feb!7-dawly J. K. SMITII...J. B. MEACnAJI... WHITETIELS. SMITH, MEACHAM & CO., YV liolcsavc uroccrs. Forwarding &. Commission Ulerciiants, (Motby 4r Hunt's AViff XviUingtJ No. 18 Front Row, Memphis, TTATE now on hand a fine assortment of Bagging and XX Rope ot tie best brands, together with a complete and well selected stock of the various articles usually kept In our business, to which we Invite the attention V Durchasers Agents for the sale of "Pike's celebrated Vagncllt Whisky, "and Jones, Lloyd & Co.'s Southern Mantfao tured NallS. BM1TU, JiEAUUAit a. cu. augZ7-jm J. f. BILL J. T. RATLET. HILL & HAYLEY, Cotton Factor Si 3NTo. SS "JPjcoxxt flow, OYER D. n. TOWXSEXD'S, MEMPHIS, TENN. TT'OR Selling, 50 cents per bale. For Storing and Sell- X lng, IS cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or stored by ns will be covered cy insurance, unless othsr- wtfe instructed. 55- Bagging, Hope and Plantation Supplies furnished to customers. sepio-dawcm A. A. SMITItWICK J. R. WHAT.. Memphis. Memphis. A. W. SMITH. Hernando. SMITH TFICK, TFRAY & CO., COTTON FACTORS AKD Commission .Merchants, Xo. 3 iladittm-tt., beirteen Front Rent end Main-it., Vp Stain, ZIEMPI1IS, TENN. QTRICT attention given to Selling .ahd Storing Cotton aVUU AiUUUtC UUa(UCU 4V 119, X. B. Orders for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Sup plies filled with care and d.spjtch. Charges for Selling and Storing Cotton, fifty cents per bale. aug21-m A. M. MOPKIIVS fc CO., I I Mea-s-st-ws a av vasy. y cotton Factors OI!IITIISIOIV MERCHAIVTS, NO. 41 UNION STREET, sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA. S. WILDS TERIfONj J w. a. nnVAS, I it. N. BHVAS, D. C. WILLIAMS Late of Panola, Miss. Late of LaGrange, Tenn. VEMOB', BEYM & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission i Forwarding MERCHANTS, Xo. 6 Frcnt Row, over Mencham 1c Galbraith's, MEMPHIS, TENN. PASf?CB3? tu5iion 10 w snirping ad X Sellinc Cotton. Charges 60 cents ner bale. T3 All cotton sent to ns will be covered 2 insurance. unless otherwise Instructed. aura T. B. NORMENT, Cotton Factor AXD COMMISSION MERCHANT, MOSBY & HTJNT'S NEW BLOCK, Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row, .MEMPHIS, TENS.. A LARGE stock of Baggisg and Rope always on hand. July2-dawly FELIX WALKEE,. It. C. SSIDEB, New Orleans, La. CoffrevUle, Miss. WALKER & SNIDER, I tf7 n B: H: (i n J? tre t c I w v r -J- I Wa- a - fJUIIaUUSSaUI HiUl CIiaillSj No. 123 Canal Street, JulylB-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA. c. at. hortox, n. c. nOETOH, Late nortvn n unnter. Late of Montnaua, Jilts. C. M. HORTON & CO., COTTON FACTORS, Commission & Forwarding Merchants, No. 3 &Iaditon-St.,oppotite I. B. Kirtland't Office, MEMPHIS, TEXX. i -vvjE will continue as heretofore, giving special i M Uon to the Sale and Storage of Cotton, at fifty per bale, and to the selection and purchase of any a giving special atten cents article in market. Office removed from Xo. 3 Front Row to Xo. 3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank. auc20 f. M. OATES A. M. WOOD- GATES & WOOD, COTTON FACTORS, GROCERS, Produce and General Commission OVT 23 R. O 33C a- 3V T JS , iVo. 1 Union Street, between Main and Front Row, FTER an active application to Dullness, for over Xl eleven years, we, for tho first time, solicit the pa tronage of our friends in the capacity ot Cotton Factors. We feel confident of our ability to please such as may confide their business to our charge, our stock of Bag gleg, Rope and General Supplies will not be excelled in the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will nly be made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton or other Produce, in store, will only be effected upon actual instructlsns, 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 patronized ns during years past, we shall offer the same inducements as heretofore for a continuance of their patronage. lunlS-dawIy GATES X WOOD. WARDLAW II01VAHD...... WMi 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, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano, Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good stock now on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices. J3Cash advances made on Cottons in store for sals or shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct ed. Our Open Policy ot Insurance covers all Cotton con signed to ns by water ; also, the risk of Fire while In store, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing and selling Cottons, the same as w have charged fin years past fit tr cents per bale. InlySO BE3J. SEID ...J. M. BEID. R. REID & BRO., Cotton Factors AKD Commission Merchants, X0. 3 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 Cotlsn at fifty cents per bale. dec3-tmyl7 T. T. ATDLETT. l. C. DOT70HERTY, MemphU. & CO., Acta Orleam. T. P. AYDLETT COTTON FACTORS -aKD FORTTARDINCJ MERCHANTS, SO. S3 GRAVTER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT, "WHOLESALE GROCERS AITD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AO. S3 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS, TTTILL make cash advances cn all Cotton or other Pro VV duce shipped toT. P. Aydlrttct Co.. Xew Orl'ans. ocS-ly - CAnninoTOR masoit,, Holly Springs, Mils. L. C. KGBVELL Klpley Miss. MASON & NORVELL, voiton Fdctorss Gr HOOERT, AlfD COmSSION 5IERCHANTS, NO. 165 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. CONSTANTLY on band, Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies, - 'majsl-ly taou factors. . uicm O. C. E08SE L. c. KORTELL Holly Springs, Jills, touiivjue, .y. Aipiey, wiCAV. P.nnR Al XflRTRUi. . - nnmmn il L1 A ll'IWl If SJ J l L U i. 1! XTl U X. U itU, GROCERS Commission & Forwarding Merchants No. lGlMain-St., Memphis, Tenn. -T-iARGiXG. Rope, Jeans, Linieys, and a general stock XJ of Plantation Supplies constantly on hand. feM-aawiy CUDDY, BROWN &.G0., COTTON FACTORS AKD CE3EKAL. Commission illcrcliants, 36 CAMP STREET, XEW ORLEANS. , rotten or other Produce pASH advances made on aU Cotton " "?ce L consigned as above, by iiiLtsa Janll-tf w . niTimoK S. ELLIIm , Al C BLAIR DAVIDSON, ELLIS & ULAlit, COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS, Receiving, rorwaromg ana ucnerai rAMMmmON MERCHANTS, t, O HI OI A S A ? "a. a TsOFE, Bagging ana rianiauu" "y"" ' "..(. Jun20-dawtf XV hand. J. M. PATRICK & CO., roTTOW 3?" O-i'OArtfcs Commission Merchants, vn is FROXT HOW, aiii.urjiu, aai.i.,., (OFFICE UP-STAIRS,) ... n i...m.,i,. TTTILL give strict attention u iu lV t : ..V.t nr .hfnnent. ILLglvestnctaiienuouiuuvvi..w.w..-.. Cotton consigned to ns will be Insured agalnt tha dan cers of River Xavlgatlon and Fire while In store, unless otherwise instructed. Orders for Bagging, Kop ana Supplies will meet our prompt ""- . JS. HEKRILIi, COTTON FACTOR AflU COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 5 Monroe Street, bet Front How &Main, (SODin SIDE,) TiTomnliis. Tennessee. PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of ,n(j other Produce v . . . 1 c 1 1.. inMilttittt .t RsPFinS Kalte ami ftauiatlllU CBLinK. .u.w..uv lowest market prices. jr. Kj. Werser Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant, Mosby & Hunt's new iJiocic, tj StaifS K0. 17 1-2 FrOIlt ROW, Memphis. I A ' f T WILL pay particular attention to nutns omen iui X . Groceries, Bagging and Rope, ftx. Jalr4-dawly i. r nnirFisa J. I - J. C. GRIFFING & BRO., - .r s, GOm in 1 S S 1 0 R ilA C r C II a. Ill Sj Main Street, Memphis, Tenn, TTTE will furnish supplies to our inenas as nriuiu;r, ,1 and make advances on smpmtnts to ouriiKuuim New Orleans, T, . THEOBALD. -J. C. ORirrto..c - Frankfort. Kr. Memphis, Tenn. Frankfort, Ky. TJtiKOI.Aiill, tilSItA-li.lir s OOnon A!"4M3lOi General Commission Merchants, NO. 71 CAaiP STREET, InlvtSrdawtf NEW ORLtAAA LA. 1. L. BEASLEY w. J.uvaji. BEASLEY & LOVING, r0non Factors, Commission Merchants wiiuuiuvw) w. AKD Gonoral G-x-oooi-sj NO. 12 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS. A LARGE stock ef Rope and Bagging always on hand. r!hn? fiftv cents ner bale, all other Produce at uual r-?es. Instructions strictly ooeyru, ouu prumpi remiunce. AU Produce insured, unless otnerwise in- strected. aogJ uawiy E. IAHIEIiIi & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For the Sale, Storag and Shipment of COTTON, NO. 69 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN. a t . I Tl .1 . n.na IZ r,iT ri.. lnTll J loni imi plantation Supplies, filled carefully and SPtlT- tthtowe,t current . . , II. n. DDNSCOMB. I . ca w-a T m - ' E. M'DATITT. $ DONOIIO, STRATTON, McDAYITT & 00., Cotton Factors, GROCERS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 70 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN. A LL consignments Insured unlets otterwlie instmct- led. Agents for " GRISWOLD-a " ceieDratea uuitos OIW. feb22-Iy We continue to Store and Sell Cotton at FIFTY CENTS n.r hale. On hand, a large stock of Power-loom and India Bag ging, Machine ad Hand Rpe, together with a heavy stock of Groceries and other Plantation Supplies, which wc will furnish to our customers at the lowest market pnecs. ang!2w6m 3., mcd. Dt ct). elT POST! FOR CASH. SDK AAA WORTH oi new and seasonable 40,UUU CLOTHING and FURNISHIXG utOD3,at actual eostjor coin. Owing to a change in onr business, we cfierat actual cost for cath and cos only, our entire stock ot Clothing and Furnishing Goods, as tne business must ne ciosea up. and to do so the stock must be seld, persons In want of Goods in our line, will find it te th'lr advantage to give ns a call. kelusu . juuasu.-,, Xo. 3 Clark's Marble Block, Janl-3m 272 Main street. 53" Enquirer coy three months. S. FRASSIOLI F. II. WILLIAMSON. FRAKSI0LI & WILLIAMSON, Importers. Wholessle and Retail Dealers in Chlna.Glass and Earth enware, French and lierman vases, Silver, Silver Plated, German Silver and Brilanla Ware, Fine Table Cut lery, &C.J 133 Main Street, JIEJIFHIS. Also Looting Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Tea Trays, Parlor Lamp,, Chandallers, (Jironaoies, fee, etc JulylT G. B. jLOCKE, Auctioneer and General Agent, AND REAL ESTATE BROKER, SJ MAIX STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country Property, Xegroes, Merchandise, of every description. Furniture, Land scrip ana warrants, oiocss, turning sua Leasing Property, ic. Storage and Consignments solicited. naving enraged the services of Mr. J. M. CALDWZLL, an old and exnerienced Auctioneer, late of Huntsville, Ala bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and sales of every description, liberal uasii advances MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. S3Storage and consignments solicited. P. 3. I am Agent for The Adams Express Company. maris Gentlemen's Mats! THE NEW STYLE FOR TIITT A ATTi YX7,Trp L7T3 X? A I 1 1 a J W J VV I IN 1 XllXt IS RECEIVED BY WMEATOW, Fashionable Hatter, 75 Front Row. lU,OUO PAIRS OF BOOTS, SHOES AM) BROGASS, FOR SALE CHEAP AT TT1 f.n?ON& X No. 75 Front Row. octl2-ly In tlte Law Side of the Common Law antl Chancery Court of tlie City of Memphis. Rebecca atinnaman, ) Petition for Divorce. Andrew J. Elcnaman F appearing to the Clerk and Master In vacation, from the petition in this behalf, tkat the defendant, An drew J. Einnaman, is a non-resident ot the State ot Ten nestee, It ts ordered that publication be made for four s ne cesiire weeks in tee juempnil Appeal, newspaper pub lished In Ibe city of Memphis, Tenn., commanding him tc aspear at the next term of this Ccurt, on the first Mon day In March next, at the Court niuse.in th city oi Memphis, and plead, answer, or-demur lo complainant's petition .In this behalf, or the ssme will bs taken for coa- f esseayana set ior nesrwg ex-pane. . t -t, W-w JlARcuoji WRIGHT, Clerk. jptels, 'Jfitaurants. TiN J SCIIW00B fi-TVS. liJSKK JXJia. VJtTiX W-Have the honor to inform thepub V J6 'uc that they have re-opened their as "a'LAGKR BEER SALOON, in which ttey will comi mrnce on Monday, the 2d ot February, to give a splendid w.iuu, iwunagiass of Lager Beer J at the low rale rt rir-TEEN cemti, Good SOUP will be served up at each Lcncn. Lunca at half-past teD o'clock A. M every day. jan3i-dim J. SCiXWOOB & S. HERRjlAK BENNETT HOUSE, Corner Mnin and Jackson-sts., BROWNSVILLE, TENX. TIlIS wrllkncwnnottl. havlngchanged hands. and been tharaTifhlr renlred. and nrorfdfd with JK.tion ot Boarders and Travelers. The public may rest assund that every exertion will be made on the part of the Proprietor to reoder this uouietecend to none in West Tennessee. Having active na ""Uve strvants, and a table always furnished with the best the country affords, he confidently relies .upon giving entire satmfartinn in ill who mv r.rnr htm with and attentive strvants, and a table always furnished with giving entire satUfactlon to all who may favor him with tneir patronage. WM. K. BEXNETT, jsns-diwaw3m Proprietor, t3 Ecqnlrr copy. WOISBLV HOUSE, Corner of Main and Adams street. MEMPHIS, TKXX. OiniS nouse is situated in the centre of business, arid J i, now finished and in complete order. The Piocrielor pledges h.rBWlf it shall not be surpassed by any House In me ojnu veil. Being grateful for the very liberal ratrenae bestcweo in him, for the last two years, he hopes by a street atten tion to business to merit a continuance of the same. o"-" J. J. WO R3IT AM. Proprietor COMMERCIAL HOTEL. C0RXER FROXT ROW AXD JEFFERSOX STS. THIS establishment has Just undergone thorough re pairs in every deiiartment. Rooms newlr nala'ed ana paperea , Deaaing tnorougniy renovated ; there is not to ie arret. ",;!,-?,,Lr1 even a mattress mat is not new or equal i ue- mostly new, &c In one word the hoase cidedly better orterthsn It has ever been slnceltwai built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to the Home since I have occupied it, aud having renewrd two leases, one on the House, the other upon my age, I hope loneaoie to give more attention man noretotore. lexr determined to make my guests comfortable. oc7-tf D. COCKRELL, Proprietor. Tune Changed! OX TJXIOX STREET. TnE subscribers reipectf nlly inform their old friends and ALL the public that they have opened a new Restsa- I rant on Cu'on street, where they are prepared to furnish I the bet orands that can be found in tbe market, served I in Va n.-i.i.M n. . . - Qi..v. a. i ..imiui.ii'a,i.u3iii aijjio, uj.icia, ll.mv, uiriii, .i b and Fresh Water Fish, Birds in fact, everything salted to tne naest and most delicate epicurean taste. Give ns a call We have six different rooms for tbe ac- rommodstion of Private Parties. We will not be outdone in any branch connected with eur bu'loess. Janl6-lf DEMI'ERWOLF X GITTBR. WORSHAM HOUSE COXFECTIOXERr. WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IX Plain and Fancy Candies, Adams Street, under the Wor sham House, T"EEP3 constantly on hand a large assortment of Green As. ana Dry r runs, t raits in tneir cwn joice, juies preserves-. Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys AV and Dry Fruits, rrmts in their own joice, jiiies, ters. Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, sue Wines, Brandies, all kinds Nuts, ic. in connection with this estab- mii f sjrjp euinmenti naveniieuupan uyster & CV 53'h9,Saloon, and wilt rteel.e FRESH u i ait. us oy every pacxet nov!6-dly S. P. BRICnETTO. P. H. HEINRICH & BRO., CONFECTIONERS AND CANDY MANUFACTURERS, 237 MAIX STREET, KER? constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIX and FAXCY CANDIES. CAKES, Fruits, Preserves, etc, wholesale and retail. We are also prepard to fur nish parties at the shortest notice. ClTI? t connedinn with this we . . a-w arv arcp open our j,auim- anu i. fr 3C1KNTLEMENS' OYSTKR SA Lfci LOON from 9 o'clock A . sr., to 12 o'clock r. M.,and are receiving during the whole season, FRESH OYSTERS by every steamir. We solicit a share of the tnblic patrouate. nov2-d0m , W. ALEXAXOEK ........ll. J. LA51IX0. & LANSING, ALEXANDER COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 63 AXU 60 LOCUST STREET, Snirrt Xiouis, 3VXo. REFERENCES. J. J. Murphy, Memphis; Cook & Co.. Memphis; Barnett & Walker, Todd & Goyer, " Charles Potter. " f. b5-6m J8UABY & IAVIE, GENERAL COMMISSION 3IERCHAMS, Jiain street, laouisvilie, icy., Tl fAXCFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope,Bag- AtA eing, jeans, Ltnseys, , c. Jan23-ly SMITH. ...B. r. OCTnRIE....OEO. J. ROWLAND, SHini, GUTHRIE & CO., Commission Mcvciiants AND "WHOLESALE GROCERS, DEALERS III Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AND AGENTS TOR THE SALE OF Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco, No. 564 Main Street, between Second and Third. Jaril3-ly LOUISVILLE, Kr. J. HI. IttcFADDIN & CO., (LATE TRIPLE TT, M'rADDIN k CO.,) COiffiMISSION MERCHAIiTS. No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. ORDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour, Grain, &c, solicited and promptly executed. lenrz-iy HAnVET R. B. IIARTET. C. M. HARVEY & CO., COMMBSIOX & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, XO. 120 GRAY1ER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. OUR personal attention will be given to the Sale or Forwarding of Goods or to. -rv2' rroauce consign ea to onr' 11 " LbV address. We will contract Freight on the above ir re-chipment either by sail or steam vessels, at lowest tales. We have hsd several years' experience in our market in the purchasing ot Staples and assorted Merchandise. REFER TO COOK & ttt., J. U. UllOUg & Bro , speed h Strange, nannah & Shanks. dec!2-ly LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL. C. I. & A. V. DuPONT, MANUFACTURERS OF m'vivTTCi m'Ti nfinrr nmi'mli'fi ninnn a till a diiii uuun, iitituuib lArtiit, AND DEALERS IN PAPERS OP ALL KINDS, 471' Main-Street, Louisville, Ky. urejiHiawir riTZOERALD...CnAS. C. BILL..J. WO0DW0RTB. H. FITZGERALD & CO., (Succettort to Park, Simpton $ Co.,) Grocers, Produce Dealers, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, Xio. 82 .Front Sow, Memphis, AND JACK.S0NPORT. ARKANSAS. 'aljS-dawly Clerk-s Sale of Real Estate. "William V. Anderson, ) Ex. Parte Petition to sell Real Adm'r of ThoS. S Simp- y Estate. son. dee'd. and others. Sin Circuit Conrt of Shelbv Ra. PURSUANT to a Decree of the Circuit Court of Shelby County, rendered on the 22d day of January, 1857, In f.it abate cause, I will, en the first MONDAY, being the 2adayof March next, in front of the Conrt House door In Raleigh, Tennessee, proceed to sell to the highest bidder, 206j ACRES OF LAND. Mng in the 11th Surveyor's District of Shelby County, ia Range 6, Sections 1 and 2, on the south side of Wolf river, being the same Land of which Thomas S. Simpson, dee'd, selied and possessed. Terms Oue.half ear h : th.rMMn.ji. . 1 1 .1- I months, with bond and security for the deferred payment. J M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk. wsi. K. tojton, Att'y forPetlUonirs. Jan30-tds . DR. THOS. KELLER, LATH ot Tuscumbia .Alabama, has located permanent ly In Memphis, aa offers his services to the public in aU tbe branches of his profession He has taken the offlce heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby and Union streets, naving recently made a careful and general selection of Surgical Instruments, he Is prepared for all the operations of Surgery. Residence oa Shelby street, between H-Ilng and Trezevant streets. my9-ly. JOHN A. NOOE, A TTORNEY AT LAW. Offlce In the Post Offlce Balld r. lng, Memphis, Tenn. nov21-tf D T. DUHOSE, TTORNEY. AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Offlce on east CX: side of Main street, between Jefferson and Adams. Refer toF. Titus, McEwen, Harris ft. McNeill, J. D. Williams, VW.'BiMUler and Mnes Owen, Memphis, Tenn.; How, Titus tt Co., New Orlsans. i Janll-tf l Ijadaiioit upjltrs, (Bit. S. B. WJMilAMSOIV, (Succtttoto WUUazxton 4- Hanrcfctj GEOCER AMD COMMISSION MERCHANT, IMPORTER OF FINE "WINES, BRANDIES Havana Cfgars &c. JfO. 19 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS. Julyl Received this Day, fnBBLS Mess Port-; 60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard ; u ucrcrs ocgar-enrev Hams j 20 kegs Shot, assortsd sizes : 100 est. Whisky. All of which we will ..n ... n n. -.v. . JmT1 S. B. WILLIAMSON. DAVIDSON, ELLIS & ELZJR, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In BAGGING, ROPE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. I nf I "'a Baggisj, hand and power-loom oranas, isou ecus Rope, best brands; 60 hhds. best Brown Sugar; 1600 sacks CoSee ; 0 hhds Bacon ; 100 boxes Chewing Tubacco, extra quality: 600 bbls best brand Boston Nails 1 100 bbls. and half bbls Mackerel ; 60 kits Mackerel No. I; 60 bbls. t lushed Sugar; 25 boxes best Loaf Sugar 1000 lacks Salt ; 5 bbls. Molasses : So half bbis do; 100 bet brand Flour; 100 bbls. best D.xter and Dean Whisky; 100 reams WraDDlnz Par: And a general assortment of prime Brandies and Wines : V1?0' P". Spice Ginger. Soda, Shot, Lead", aUarticleskeptln our line ef bnslnesi. whU w.'m sell on the .r . ... . "T.7f" seil on the very best terms to our customers and the iwHiwiiij. xnzti For Sale. WE Uve just reeved thU day, and ofler for sale, low, 10,000 yards Kentucky Jeans and LinOsey, for Xe na CinlBf. of variess colors and prices ; 200 doien Old Brandy, bottled In 1817 ; ISO boxes and hall boxes Star Candles. DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR, No. 1 Main street. snglf. GROCERIES, &c. THE subscribers keep on hand the following articles which they warrant to be ot first quality, and for sale low for cash; " Wheat Fan s and Threshers ; B. Carver fx. Co.'s Improved Cotton Gias; Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture; Bacon, hog-round ; Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco; Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Motasees i Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead; Brandies and Wines, superior article ; Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris ; Together with a general assortment of all articles asu slly kept In a Grocery store. . G WYNNE St GIBSOX, Win Nos. ! and 2 Rxrhanre Balldinr. sStilliiitrj' 0ul)Se V JS W GO OWS! GREAT BARGAINS, AT TIIK EMPORIUM OP FASHION, And Ladies General Furnishing, Cloak and Mantilla Estaolishmtnt, MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN. WE are now receiving and opening one of the largest and most magnificent slocks of j-rrucn ai turnery and aacr Dry Goodi. i ever bt ought to this oity. Also, a very select assort ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new, Silks, CaJi- iairww., acaiaiuca, am a large variety of all lur oircn. araveiing ana livening Dresses. We call aarticnlar attention ts our Millinery Depirt ment, consisting ot Chenille. Moss and llncnt Velvet Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and English Bonnets ; Flow ers, Feathers, Ribbons. Bridal Veils and Wreaths. s nrm worth of fine French Bsabrolderies, Real Thread, Maltese aim uirapure apices , ail styles OI Embroidered, Velvet and Cloth CLOAKS, Ladies' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head. Dresses, Ladies' and Mlssea' Shots, Corsets, Kid Gloves. Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress es, Ac., &c X. B. Embroidering and Stamping dene. Cloaks ant Dresses made to order in a tew hours at cheapest prices. Ladies.please cal'.,befor purchasing elsewhere. Orders from the country promptly attended to. o"i M. STII.LMAX & CO. PAUJL GREEN. . FORMERLY of the firm of Mooney 3.purcefi, woum respecuBiiy say te nit old' fajp'at friends andenstomers that he is still at' J2jthe old stand, with a good sBrplyef Frait arses, consisting or Apples, Pears, Plums, Peaches, Cherries, Apricots,. . Nectarines, &c. Also, R-spberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb aad Asparagus. Orders from a diitance, accompanied with draft or order on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually attended to. and all plants guarantlrdto order and de livered any pait of the city, free of charge. Nnrsery on Main street. South Memphis. PAUL GREEN, octU-d6m Receiver of Mooney it Green. WHEATOX'S NURSERY. TO HORTICULTURISTS AXD PLANTERS. vs 1 woaui rejpectruiiy remind me citizens r. Eiujiuu ju m duswiuK couuiry mat toe season ior transplanting Fruit and Or namental lrees is fast approaching. Great additions have been made In every denarl. meui, juur. particularly amoi g t rant. A more select and varied collection has never been offtrod fer sale in the Southwest, consisting la part of over one hundred varieties of -t-liPTploGf, 3?oarB, 3?cnclios, 3PlTi-msg, Catawbt, Isabella, Ohh, Scnppernong, California, etc Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants, Gooseberries, etc.; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas Pecans, Chesnuts, etc., etc Green-house plants. Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.) Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which ire nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora. In a dltlon to the above, I am now receiving a large lot of Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence of having to move most of my stock on hand, I will sell it very low. Purchasers may rely on everything being what It Is represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable terms, by applying at the Garden and Xursery, near the Rillrnad Debot, or addressing ocll-d6m S. M.WHKATOX. P. S. During my absence from the city, all orders will meet with prompt attention if left at tho store of J. Wlldberger. S. M- W. JETCIIAVARiVE & BRO., NTJRSERYIflEN,- SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the Tlorn Lake Road, har? on hand a fine as- sortment of SHRUBBERY. In everrde- n. . . .... . . tt panmeui, cociisting tn part oi APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS, Apricots, Kcctarincs, .fee. Also, Raspterry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhuba'b and Astaragus. Orders from a distance, accomnanieil with draft or or der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punc tually aitenuea to, ana an Plants guarantied to order nd 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. oct!7-4m KTCHAVARXE 4 BRO. WOT1CF. I HAVE three HOUSES and LOTS to rent for the present year, situated in the Northeastern now closing the contract of rent, call on MaJ.r William Rof Cn, at the Gas Offlce. BOB PRICE. Jan3 dtf Profitable and Honorable Employment FOR THE Vf INTER. PERSONS in town or country in search of employment as source of income, or to fill up their leisure hours, may hear of such by endoiiig two stamps, to pay post age, to proressor JAJtayjT. uukmk, box o. 4,551 Xew Tork Post office. The employment ts fitted to either sex station In life immaterial. It is an article of dallv consumption, and can be manufactured In aar cerson'a-l dwelling; scureaoy copyrigow rsiesas permanent as flour. An agent is wanted in every town in the Union. Jarfll-lm c. C. MATDWELL'S OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, MEMPHIS, TEXX., WHERE can be found it description of Grave Work, which will be furnihd as cheap as it can be got In any market West. Alto, Building Work done at short notice. It la to the Interest of all persons wanting such wcrk to purchase from tbe yards at Memphis instead of purchas ing from Agents, as tne .nanuiactors have to add the twenty per cent, that is paid Agents to the work sold by them. Southerners, look to your interest. decS-dawgm C. CM A YD WELL. Garden Seeds, Crop of 1S5G. ' pvIRECT from D. Landreth, for ,a.e by the paper, dozen, Xs 'pound, and tuthel, wholesale and retail by aiui-iiawsw j . , ward x joxss. ST! Lfliiil v " " ' " iu.iur- , toumiuuitaiiuu ueiwcen ice upper Lakes and Rivers and JaaUiU-ter Avenue, it being the property upon which I the Lower MisslsslnuL. afSirda tnth. n,-,. . .'., lire. For a more particular description, and for ia well as the business man. atir.-iin. ..-ni.i.i SaUri)ai)s. fJB W ROUTE TO THE EAST AND NORTH, MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON JtC 6C Jf Jb H O ml IP WESTERN DIVISION. O P Si Pi TO CORllVTII iteturnmg Leaves Corinth ills, h: SIttthii. P. at. Arrives atMrmshis at 1 00 p . m ' ITYhls Trafer connects at Corinth with a deuMe DaHy Line ot first class Post Coaches to the terminus of the ouiouvimiBigi me aiempnis and Charleston Rail road. Thencerby Railway direct, arvl mmxi,.. . 19 with all Eastern cities. Staging reduced to forfv mile, and tivvj.riti... THROUG If T1CXETS sold to tbe fnH.-iwlni ii.t. . CHARLESTON' ' OAVAXXAn, WILMINGTON, CHATTANOOGA, NASHVILLE, AUGUSTA, MACON, HUNTSYILLE, MONTGOMERY, STEVENSON, ftHievana This Trsla.also connects wh th via.i.nni T5 . 0 T. " i . . -. uu.. . Jackson, tie., 4c. - ' ' Also connect at Grand Junction Station with. Tennes see Central Railroad to Bolivar, Jacksea, Huntingdon XMH.VM Mf IITTaM. Iirn,d r.nfAn "i vi mi ytx. Also connects at Pocahontaa with Ti.tr.vi- ti... Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus. IHKOCGII TO N'ASHVIlT.t: IV ai imtisc Via ins Memptils and Charleston. XashnHe and rh.tt.. nocca Railroads only -5LO miles of Staging, against ISO tr any other route. The ACCOMMODATION WAY TBAIX n rf.tlv r.v. fwr Cnfu1iwa rlwun tu-.t-i . . hue jivBissrppi uenim tuiiroaa; Xeearea Jnnciioa7.U0 a. m.; niTe t McmpUa 11:00 tarn Leaves Mempnls 2:00 p.m.; arrives at the Jcactloa 00 p. sr. Freight Trains lerve Memnhls for peahoiit niti v i . . tra ctose at r. M. Through Tickets onlv. on the above tbuit. no h.K. tan araiBcrciai liotei. as well aa nf.rat.Uni, connected with the Road. Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before en tering the cars, and save payment of extra fare. Baggage checked to all stations on tbe Raiim.ri .nd no Baggage will be received without being checked. Each passenger will be aUowed seventy-five pounds of baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage; but ne article win be carried as baszaze Uutiaui inrii.a . the person of the passenger. In case of loss the Com pany will hoW thsmsetves responsible for as amount not excteding $100. Aegroes, when traveling a'oce. mmt have a mtt n.- ming'the point to which they are to go, and specifyrag that ther are to travel hr rillnul tK-. .ui v. carried. B. AYRES, Snperlatendeat of Traasportation. epSl For Baltimore, Trashington, New York, Philadelnhia, &c Direct Through Line for tho East I JBaltimore and Olilo RAILROAD. THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore (37$ miles,) and to Washington, (trJ miles,) and presents the fullest advantages both as a freight aad passengei line. It runs through wihl and romantic regions of the AiKfcucui'S , sou wring souuiy constructed, complete!, equipped anu carefully managed, is one ot the moat at tractive ana sanrs i juiiroaas in tne united States. The Central Ohio Hall road, from Col umbos and Zanesville to Wheeling, unites this road with all portions of tbe West auu aoemwest. The only TiiROcan Tickets mnn v..,.. Louisville and St. Louis to the-XATioNAL .Me tropolis, are said br this read, which rnx ,u.- ... Waitungtoo without the delay of passing through AalU- uiuiv. aw u aiso me omy raw ty wnica baggage caa bs checked to Washington from the Ohio river. J3"By tie mail route from Memphis, take the mall steamers, running daily fer Loal.ville, connecting there .iiuuwiKiuti..jtiianiTiH xtaiiroad for Caacsa nati, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars ot ajiue jaiami itauroaa ior Colombo, coanect ng there with Central Ohio Radread, throagh X'ewark asdZanee vlBe, to Wheeling. By the express train of this reuse the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Washington Is less than 27 hours. E3"Jie sure to ask far tickets by the Batttmore aad Ohio &3Passengers from Memnhls rriirgici k o. Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Obis jwiiiiwu. auuruuteiars mrouga v llKTunr5, Terra Haute IndianapolU, etc., to Wheeling, over tbe new Ohio and Mississippi and cennsectlag Roads. These cenaeetkiBs are all direct, and the time from St. Louis to Baltimore or Washington is but about u hours. Through Tickets by this route may be bad of the Agent, under the Plan ter's House, at tbe foBowing rates: From St. Louis to iwiuwc tu naaaisgbea s.t. At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior cars oi the Baltimore and Ohio RaHroad, which leave three times daily for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Xew a or... aurussu ia is or it nours, including stoppages Fer safety, speed, regularity, bcautr of the omnir. gtneral comfort, this road is second to none In tbe Union. jiu.iouu.-uu tompany possesses the largest equipment ot any Railroad in the United st.to. .. . prepared to do an immense business ia transportation. The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and In the strr.tt of Baltimore with the Railroad to Phil ad W- aui At. a via, ateamrrs et Ericsson and Balti more STEAMSHir Lines, by Canal and Sra tr. v York, and by new Merchants' and Miners' Line to Boston steamers to Xorfslk, Charleston, Savannah, ftc. For paxtt.iuai, .tr: ireiKai urm, copies of wiuch may be had .a aiuuij, aisuacs in tne nest, or or J. B Ford tlM'felvlna' .nil C.-w.nllnv k an. .. tit. ,i ' WM. S. WOODSIDE, Master of Transportation, Baltimore. . , . A. T. LAVALLETTE, JnngS-ly Agent, 51 Front Row, Memphis. UEF AERMGEMENT! ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUXD To the North and East! Through In Three Days and a Half to icw York! ILLINOIS CENTRAL n & i L n o m From Cairo to Chicago Direct tn Eighteen Ilcrart nitaout Break ef Uuagt or Change of Can or ' and Atlantic Cities, only two change of Cars from Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and four from Cairo to New York. Time from Cairo Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comfort great er, than by any other route. Passengers through are .iy i ..Kjtvkci w uic wiijs GODHqafiii ia tie 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, ic, and with a splendid Line of First Class Stsamers for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Colling wood, Toronto, he. "ralna leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as .fol lows! 6.-05 A. 21., Chicago and Dunleltb. Express, Sundavs excepted. This Train connects at Chicago with New York Light ning Express, over Michigan Central. Great -nrt. New York Central RaUroads, through in thirty-one hours This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad lor St. Louis and Yincennes at Pana, with Trains cf the Terra Haute, Alton and'st Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisville and CincUw nati; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena Dunleith; the latter connecting with Trains to SDriac field, Naples, Rock Island. Burlington and Quincy 8:10 r. at.. New York Express, Saturdays excepted Stopping only at important Stations, except on Signal connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur t Dunleith, and arriving at Chicago at 2 r. m Passengers forthe Upper Mls'lsslppi, will" find at Don leitb, steamers of the Dunleith and Minnesota Packet Company, ready to leave cn the arrival of either Cairo Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, &c Passenger for JanesvIIle, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin con nect at Freeport with Trains to Beloit and Janesvillc and Ircm thtnee to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis consin. The Maps and Charts Indicating the Great Central Route to the North and East are an exact transcript of Cotton's Map of the United States, and passengers are requested to examine this route as well as the ruining time cards of the connecting Roads, apd Judge for them selves as to the correctness of the above statements. The opening of the Illinois Central ftanm.rt r-.i. Chicago, and thua forming a speedy and direct means of for reaching the Xorth and East, which surpass those of any other route whatever. The accommodations fur nished by the Company for the convenience or lh lev eling public, the permanency of the road and structure, the strength and elegance of the Engines and Cars, com mend themselves to those who desire in traveling need, comfort and tafety. TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis, Cairo, and at the principal Railioad Offices on the line. A. T. LAVALL3TTE, Agent, Junt-ly Memphis. Tenn. Choice Irish Potatoes. B. MERRILL, No. 5 Monroe street. octSS Ratrgintr, Bale Rone and Twine. no i.NSTASTLT on hand and far sale by B. MERRILL. octa; Monroe street. Economy. ANEW, lUht, elegant ond cheap Patent SPRING MATTRES3, for sale by sepgS-tf It. M. GR0SYEN0R. Pianos f A SUPERIOR aisortm.nt of Pianos and Meledeons, !X Jo st received by sep2S-tf H. M. GR0SVEX0S. Carpets S Curtains TUST received, large assortment of elegant Velvet, J Brussels, Tapestry,' Three Ply, Superior and Common Carpets, Sags, Curtains, Cornices, Jtc sep2S-ti H. M. GR03TEXOR.' MISSISSIPPI AND TENiYESSEE"" RAILROAD. 0 Opoa to Como. wff,!iS:!?i,r' taa1 1JI11. 185T. THROUGH ssssw; m mt ic:ao x- -.." pubue n-.y rely on this beingl shorternd eSSS toG.enad,, Canton. Jackson ySSS The FREIGHT TRAIN will make dallv trin. rq knangements made to rscelv th.i. ZZjt., ul on arrival, as th. cWmThavl oy fS" ,UUon meats for taklM c. 77JXf. T I?nr? "ang!w slhte fer the less or damage to the' aam- . t ,K . . rMP"-a- baltS passenger wWbe allowed lTo Ll cberted- road, and 60 pounds TS, Ilaee f ?'W2e b' 'W as bargsg, ,tZ f ,5."A,cto be car- rausecgers. . tae person of the la case of loss, the Comnarr win ... spoihlef.ria anuntno?" tt'lT re-E3-.Negroes. when tr.r.u.Vt-i.11"-. naminr the tv.im . " "'r have a sennit that they are to travel bTSZrZZ Z'Z.? '!f,lnj nr.M . uier carried. .111 . V . Jacio Sopertntendent. Prom Memphis to Jackson, 83 50 From Memphis to iYashrniP An Yia ckson es, ' CSaRall B7.0r the Memnhls aessee and Alabama Itailroad tm. i .ila wlti len to Middle Tennessee, udua'vetes Ct"I't ""to Patos or expense win be spaced "red "t no Me. The coaches, horns a drlveH. heraeomtort- Our Use connects at Jart.n H.ixJ '"Perior. Co,', to. of foSsVpeTch """"""" a, KlRTmre Fare to Grcmiiair- Ilgcket to IIoUv Sprkgi -vvnccaiiweiapnisana Grenada "nowprutntedtaih.u.. Memphis and cw Z . Slississipni CentmV " "aQ auelOlir qtuq -vvi m rAgenta. Commercial Hotel. N. B. F011EST, " No. S7 Adams-st, Memphis. Ten . HAS Just received from vJ ' .?e,l, He will Uin '.hT Lil0 . Purchaser.. A tu North and s..V nlZZ? 1 negroes gro Depot is one of .h. "57 month. His N- estab:limenUof the k.nd m Tv. "a eommodlous his regiiauona exact and systematic wT S0"1. t new and comfort betoI;t,.,lnIlnes' neat Hisaim is to furnh wJ??V "ll eafr fi.kl hands, sound and wrln t 'S ' 1 t giotok,n on coromU,, 2- TO RAIJLUOAD COSTlUrTnno" O nntH March rT,?JmnvilIe. Bridging ef sixty miles of the ,,.? s' ""onryand oommenciog .t McMinnvllie toe ?lUroa1' tani.irc North throegh T Warren ten5lnn.snd lading iron, trx.terdeIihL,'5,'?(e ,u,J-ntles, la. l?52tts?lsa aid Ohi,. i.!,,1?' Eofineer'a offlce ef the Mobile sndOhtolUHroadwrekiTn: n. ROBT. STERLING, fehJ-itllOmar oagmeer in charge. ESTll A-- . No. Ml Maln-st- . M. C. 0AY0E & SON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS ' General Agents & Real Estate Brokers No. 25 Madison Street, P1T Memphis, Tenn. ARTICULAR attention will be given fo alt sales to ta Returning our grateful acknowledgments fortheverv 'rl Ptre heretofore receivedfw. now pledged selves, havingdetermined on making Memphis Vl manentheme. to donM. rfm-.i ' ra,1...nr P"" cMw??angT?e.,hwS general satlsfactton. ' tt,ak w tlTe ne, . Kr"P-A. O pJarrisfs Co.. R. A. Parker S W uranam, stq., Col. R. Topp, Dr. San nu&rtiiiZ' Phis; Baldwin X Starr, xTr. JJeX 4. S?nV wT Bruce X Co. . Cincinnati ; Tbos. T. Read. eT, a Ca.sU r;0 ' .u., jv.ji. spicerat xcBi.aci CHETTIXG AKD sSwKKC TOBACCO. At MannffintriT'flTJa t; AM0XG which may be tound ' Wm Crompton'a celebrated brands, Lynchburg I Hesderscn and Holcombe brands J r,' SVt?." .nners' Harry of the West. Xe. ' O. Ford's Anna Rice, itc, ' R. J. Wade's brands. J r'.1' ,' Crescent City Paragen, RIehraand: Coby. WinfreCsStarof Elcbm'd Pride of Va " A. Dill's Fig, MayfiKwer. Xc ,. Coleman Wortham's " C. W. Iris " nardgrovCs Indispensable. Xe.. C M. Cosby, (C. M. Cosby brand) Danvm.t Withers X AyVes Tonne AmHr, Danvfflet W. T. Southerllns' brand, R. P Richardson Old Caswell. Se,.i. v r. With a great variety of common brands tnumerons to mention, all of which win h. itirr'i CES. to close con.ignments """" ra' fnt,nc?oerTri"tttIftel!ladteanlna' tUra..J!i!iJrUSPX' ynu1" Tobacco Factor, dec8-lwdaw3m Xo. 25 Madison street. Trustee's Sale of Real Estate. aooursuaoce of a Deed of Trust executed tome ifnn;. TValJer for the benefit of Wm Richard son Hunt, dated on the tivih rt.-.r x.. eighteen hundred and flftv.ev. ..j ,ii In the Register's office of the eonrtv ss.it,. .i a Iy5z of Tenneasee, in Book Xo. I, pages 16S, 1S7 and 1ES on ? "! :ilt'.,S?5A 1 wUI proc to tor "so, . t K sale, in front of G B. Locke's Auction House' east sldo of Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, at 11 o'clock oa 3ATURDAT, the 11th of February, i. T, iKin TZL'tZl lowing described ' Lot of G-i"oxiXAc3. with the Improvements thereon, to wit : Beginning at a stake oa the east side ot Raybnrn street, at W T Area's (now R. A. Parker's) southwest comer; thence soeta with said street four hundred feet and six Inches (ICO M feet) to a stake; thence east seven hundred and sixty-one feet and six Inches 751 X feet) to a stake on Park's ave nue; thence north with said avenue four hundred feet and six inches (190 H feet) to a stake at the sa id W T.Avery's (now R. A. Parker's) southeast corner; thence with said. W. T. Avery's (now R. -A. Parker's) south line, west seven hundred and sixty-one leet and six inches (751 H feet) to the beginning, contatnins Tseven aerr. rr being the north half of Lot Xo. 109, laid oft by WlUongh- uj n n.4u, .uuiu vi uu near. is. ciry or aitmphls, and the same that was deeded to Wm Jsvner br Tt. T. rrnin.. on the 3d dty of April, 1852. and registered In the Regis ter's office of Shelby county. Tenn., tn Book 10, pages No 301 and 305, on the 7th day of May, 1S53, and al.o deeded by Wm. Joynerto Wm. Richardson Hunt .n m. cii. January, 1SSI, and by said Hunt deeded to Wm. Walker. The title to the above property Is undisputed, but I convey only such title as is vested la us asTrastee. Equity of redemption U waived by the terms ot the Deed of Trust. J. D. WILLIAMS. Tnit... Memphis, January 10th, lS57-Janllttis Chancery Sale of Two Valuable Negroes. PURSUANT to a Drecree of the Cbanetry Court at Memphis, rendered November Term irac i- . case of Joseph Lenow and Archibald Wright, Adm'rs ot Albert G. Underwood, dee'd, and others, eje-vartt petition, to seU Slaves, Xe., I will on Tuesday, 24th February. 1858. in front of my offlce. In the city of Memphis, proceed to ell to the hlgheit bidder for cash, pieces to Two valuable Neeroes, belonging to the Estate of said A. G. Underwood, dee'd ' ".T&iVJ flxmtd nEI" Xo. I Plasterer, and ..".' aieni uouie or sutchea srvant: Sale at 11 o'clock A. Mi? jamt-dawtds JOHN C LANIER. 0. X V. Carriasre Factorv. THE undersigned have opensd a Carriage Factory oa. Second street, between Waahlnlton and Adama streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re pair Carriages atthe shortest notice. All work done by them will be guarantied, and a share of publlo patronage solicited. Jn3-ly L. S. BURR it CO. Smoker. Attention! PTT received, 130,000 Cigars, ranging In price froa $10 to $10 a thousand, by B. B. POTTXB, daclS Main-it.. 3d door North Worsham House. 10O Barrels Flour.. VARIOUS brands, from the best Sxtra to-Superfine, for sale br B. MERRILL, cw " ' Jsua rtsfet.