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MEMPHIS, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1857.
VOL. VIT. NO. 293. BYfM'CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO. I lf 1 'I &t Hciitjijjis pral O BUSHED DAILT, TRl-WRK-LTAND WEK-LT, BT JNO. X. m'C-ANAHAX, LEONIDAS TROUSDALE, WM. M. HTJTTON, BENJAMIN T. DILL, rKDEll THE STYLE AND nM Or STCIiAITAHAU', HUTTOH" & CO., TO WHOM ALL LETTERS OX ECSIKESI, OH OTHER WISE, should be addressed. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION Daily, In advaaee, per annum ....$10 68 Tri-Weekly, ' " " 6 8a Weekly. " " " 3 68 J3T The Weekl y paper -will be ruraisr-ed to Clabs of Ten a-tasder Twenty, at $? 50 each; to Cteb of Twenty aad'npwards, at $2 each payable ravaeiabtj- In France, and every Cleb to be made ap at one efitee. YTT An eM f abs -iber and a new one will be taken to gether at $ 50 each. t3 la ne ease will the paper be sent to sew i nbserl ber safe ss the order for the came Is attended with the cad:. J3" AH TIiHt Bbsrript-ns will he considered ict aid payable ba'f -yearly li advance. EJ-Thsfereg-eins terms iH be strictly and rigidly adhered to. DAIXT RATES FOR ADVERTISING. Adepted by the Appeal and Eagle and Enquirer. For one sq .reef ten lines or leu, one insertion... $1 09 Tor eath additional Insertion ot sane 0 &u - 4j3 C- C ft .- X a a s n 3 5 grrrssn-s; : 1. 109 SH CN S 6 14 16 00, M T. 4 sa 668 ;h sni: ei6 o-ms m so. jo oo xT e 03 s ea ie 09 12 oi is m!m m s ee! it. 60 4. 7 66 16 03 14 66 14 08 16 60j3a 08,31 Wi SOj 66 60 6. 9 6 IS 09 15 69 13 etS4 06.30 60 XI 6 46 60, 68 00 T. 10 5 14 69 IT 5- SI 0js3 0043 76 M50j 78 00 . t 0 '6 69 40 60 i4 603l 68 40 08 69 09 66 SO 68 8. Sa 13 6f 34 &' fl 6 l3S 60 45 00 5S 46 VI 5' 90 60 T. 15 69U6 6686 68138 90 jO 08 56 00 84 66176 00 108 60 j. c. jacobi & CO., (So. 323 Main, bet. Union and Gayoio-ets., Importers and manufacturers ol HAVANA & DOMESTIC CIGARS AND TOBACCO. CONSTANTLY oa hand, a large assortment of the most favorite brands, at moderate prices. JanSo-ly A. GRAHAM & HILL, COTTON FACTORS, Commission and Grecer Hercfeaits, decSO-daw.m WO. 9 FRONT ROW. J. WALT & CO., WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL G.M O C M M S , AXD DEALERS 15 ALL XI5DS Or UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE, Southeast Corner of Main and Union sis., MEMPHIS, TENN., HAVE always on hand a well and carefnHy seleclod ttwk of articles in their line, which they wUl sell at the lowest current prices, rjr Orders promptly filled with dispatch. janH-datw-Iy JAMES T. TATLOIl........................ ROSS, TAYLOR & ROSS, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AMD WHOLESALE QHOCEES, So. 6 Monroe Street, mempuis, WILL make liberal c sh advances on all consignments of Produce or Merchandise. RiftrttiCtt uenaerson, Terry a. a. u. - Co., Sew Orleans; Speed 4. Strange, K. H. Apperson k PATTEBSON, MARSHAL 'j & CO., Grocers, Cotton Factors, AND 2. JtlERMTO, WATCH 1AKER, ASD DEALER IX Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAMS-ST3., r TaSES tfcis BMlbod of informing bis friends, and lb poUK geserally, that be has moved from ftS 3. his oW slaod to the corner of Main and Adams U&i&Vitreet, where be will take pleasure in exhlbltlni a new and choice lot of JEWELRT, to those bo may favor him with a can, and win be pleased to execute ah orders for repairs in his ltee. He hopes, by honesty, in-K-imly. aadhisedorts to please, to gain the confidence and liberal patronage of all who may find It convenient to visit his establishment. rj- AU orders for repairing In every branch of my tra. siness promptly attended to. awfll-ly COIMISSIOA MERCHANTS, X: 49 Front Rovr, Jltmphls, Tenn. OUR charges for sailing Cotton on arrival art Fifty fiecti tier Bale : for storinc and selling Seventy-Five Cents. All Cottop insured unless otherwln Instructed. tbl7-dawly BREWER & CALDWELL, tsEW YORK, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND Cotton and Grain Factors. H. oriiREWER & CO., Hobilo, Alasama, GENERAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING MERCHANTS, REFER to J. T. soaiwr, ,V" KepubUc, NewTorkJ J S. to.. Jreslden o.u it T7.M r,vTitfin. S. O.S Col. win. a- vllle : 1. B. KIRTLAND, Km-, Messrs. FALLS " inrMui CASH, Mempnis.Tepn. mason o. c. noenE....' tiniiv sntlnrs. Miss. Louisville, ST, MASON, BOONE & fluitt;, n sepCT-Cm i. C. XOXTEtX. Ripley, Miss. rj- Oe aaaro, reaewable weekly, prr anasm, $46 Q " " iwice a week, " 88 69 CJ- Two saaircs, reaewaHe weekly, per anaaai, 80 60 twieeaw.ek. " 88 69 X3" AH advcttsemeats repaired to be kept on second page, charged as new each BAT, and OB third page, an a4vaare over stated rate . Z3T AdvrrUseaents directed la be displayed, or set in larce Tp-. diarged DOUBLE rates. E3 Tearty advertlr wi 1 be charged extra for ecca pying spare over contract, and when LARGE ttpe is re qalreJ to be used, or the advertisement kept en inside of '"cTTurtt advertirers "!!! be eki'gV extra at regular rales foi Wants, Ren s. Removals Copartnership No tice To Conitgnees, Ax Q" Transient advestuixo most be paid tor IX ADVANCE. 3- No advorttsemFBt will appear Is the "Weekly paper case's by Pc al eoetract. EJ- AdrertteatenU to be Inserted la the "Weekly paper only, or at IrresaSar iatrvaH in either of the papers, will be rbargd $1 per -ouare for every Insertion. X3" Annoaacin; candidates for Stale, Coasty and Ms zdcspal OSces, $5 each, to be paid in advance In every lniaae. rj-AH dveTtiemtBts for Cbaritab TnstitatkiBs, Fire Companies, Ward. Town, and other Public Meetings, to b- charged half price. EJ" Marrteses and Deaths art pabttshed as n-ws ; bat OMiaari-s. Trtbate- of Respect and Faaeral Icvitaiions as eah-r advortiseBMsts. AH igal and Transient Advertisements will be charcd ky the to'frftao. X3T Editorial Notices in Local Column win be charged 0 o-at per rise J3" No dedociion or variation wiH be made from the foregoing rates. MeCLANAHAN. mrTO & CO. professional OlacDs. T.. O. RIVES. ATTORNET AND OOONSKLOR AT LAW, Memphis, Xssn. OOoi ia the Post 86et BaJMIag. AS basoae eatrasted to bis core wHi seodve prsmpt .and faHhfal attention. OoHeetioas pomplty made in the nrroaadtag cocatses ot West Teasessee, Mtsstosippl and Arkansas. Jania-dawly DR. WM. HETTITT TTTILL praetieo mediciee, en the prrociple lhat ther Is W Kad ia all systems, and soae all saacient. Odor oa JeCersoa street, la the Past Office BaiHisc;, seeood door from the Po"t Office. Reeidenoe on the comer of Hernando and Elliott streets. REFERENCES: Got. 3. B. Stanton. N. Adams, Esq., ITaywrd county. Rev. P B BUad, Dr. J. B. Macrin, Foyelte coanty. E. SoBMrvi4e. B-, F P Maclta, Esa.., Tipton coanty J. L Woa. J. B. Ashe, Meatpku. ob4-dtei J." A. ANDERSON. ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Teaa. Ofiee 1b Walter's BaUdt-fe, evr Mas-Scld's Drag Store, Mats street. JibIB-Ij' OFFICE OF C AND EE, MIX & CO., "rvX3.xx n-i-y 1st, 18S7 . TNofferinKoor card to the paMic we tender our ae I tblraeiits. for th vtrr liberal patrjuage extend ed as daring the past year, and promise far the f ulnre to faralb Mr customer-the LARGEST, CHEAPEST and rkst SELECTED STOOK oif w in the Southern Oar Senior partner win bo eonstantlyin the Eastern , market, and will keep us f niiy suppiicu i ui bie style ot Staple end Pancy Dry Goods, &C. We are A rents for soe of the bot brands of DO MESTICS, OSNABCRGS, ic., which ws offtr at Factory prices. jm-u-i CAIVDEE, ItEIX & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in BOOTS & SHOES CARPETING, CLOTI-IISG, MILLINERY GOODS, &C, Jn31aw3m 25 M AIN-ST.. MEMPmS. TENN. J. H. SITn...J. B. MEACHAK... wili. SMITH, MEACHAM & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Forwarding & Commission Merchants, (iliby & Hunt 't Ifew Buildings.) No. IS Front Row, Meniplile, HAVE now on hand a fine assortment of Bagging and Rope of tie best brands, togethtr with a complete and well seletted stock ot the various articles ujoiEj kept in our business, to which we invite the attention o purchasers .u Agents rar me saie oi --i-i-- .cicui --" Whisky, "and Jones, Lloyd it Co.'s Southern Mantfac tured Nails. SMITH, MKACHAM-CO. aug27-m OTTODf FACTORS, GEOCERS, Coiamlsslon & Forwarding Mercliants, No. 16lMain.St.f Memphis, Tenn. BAGGING, Rope. Jean,, Limeys and a general s of Plantation Supplies constantly on hand. febS-cawiy mm-DY. BE0WN & 00., OTTON FACTORS AXD OE.HEBAX. Coinniission Iflcrcbants, i? i MP STREET. NEW ORLEANS. nAStt advance, made on aU Cotton it consigned as above, by MILK3 Janll-u t. r. niLL. .J. T. BATLXT. T.i HILL & HAYLEY, Cotton Factors, No. 55 E'ront Row, OVER D. H. TOWNSEND'S, MEMPHIS, TENN. FOR Selling, 50 cents per bale. For btcnng ana sell ing, 75 cents per bale. All Cotton Shipped to or stored by ns will be covered by Insurance, unlets ottwr- wie Instructed. , . . r- Bagging, Rope and Plantation auppues i-.rm.u-- to enstoraers. se?n-aawom i . rmniv......-l. B. EtXlS. DAVIDSON. ELLIS & BLAIR, OTTON FACTORS. GROCERS, ReceiYing, Forwarding and General nnmriiiSIOS MERCHAiVis, JLdaat, ilmphlt, Tenn. T0Pr.,d Bagging and Plsntatl.n SnppllJ.IQ" .J. K. WHAT. Memphis. A. W SHITR. Hernando. J. B. SHARPS, WHOLESALE TOBACCO FACTOR, No. 25 Afa-uon-if., ferfireea Front Row and Zlain, MEMPHIS, TENN., WOULD respectfnlly Inform the merchants of Mem phis and sorroun-'lng country, that he has Just re turned frum the cities of Vlreinla, where he esUbHibed a permanent Agency f r the sale of all grades of Ylrg ia Tobacco, and intends to keep constantly on han.lr stock equal to the demand, at manufacturer-' prices. Being fully able to compete with the New York. Baltl more, Cincinnati and New Orleans market,, he invito the attestion of nil d-alers in the above article to hi. stock before purchasing elsewhere. .-.-. or5l-dw tt J B.SnARPE. A. A. SMITH WICK, Memphis. SMITHWICK, 1YRAY & CO., COTTON FACTORS Commission Icrcliants, j,'o.ZiIadUon-tt.,beicteentront Havana -uoin-.... Vp Stain, MEMPHIS, TENN. STRICT attention given to Selling .ahd Storing Cotton and Prodnce consigned to us. v. B. Orders for Bagging, Rope and Plantation Sup plies filled with care and d spatch. Charges for Selling and Storing uoiion, niiy ctn prr mit. J. M. PATRICK & CO., COTTON jtJ-jSL. w a. ----- - Commission Merchants, -r,.uni7TC VV. 18 FRONT KUW Hi.i-i i OFFICE DP-STAIRS,) . . . .. .it r'Attnti ratns far sale WILL give strict a.ienim w.2 ZZS wWsured against th. dan- eers of River Navlgstlon and Fire while in store. nnie otTerwi?. h-l-A Order, for Bagging, Rope and Supplies will meet our prompt ttenUon augI3-aawm NO. A. HI. HOPKINS & CO., ( Succeuort to Pouell If Co.,) Cotton Factors AHD COilDIISSION BIJEKCH-VIVTS, NO. 41 UNION STREET, ep!7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA. J W. A. BRYAN, 1 M. N. BRTAK, Late of LaGrange, Tenn. s. WILDS VE son, I D. C. WILLIAM!, Late of Panola, Hiss, j McCAIil. & WILLIAMS, (Snccessors to "Wheat k Taylor,) FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MEBCHANTS, Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas, At the enwrinj of the Menphit and Little Reck RaO road on White River. THET keep constantly on band Sugar, CoSeo, Salt, wn, Mr- and all other article, usually kept in a Grocery, which they will s.ll low for cash or ex change for Hides. Purs and Peltries, or any other articles r?- Goods destined for Little Rock or the adjacent coanties. shipped to Duvall's Bluffs, will be forwarded immediately. a there are always wasoi - readiness to haul to any point. sep2S-dawtf ,vje w goods: We are now receiving ana opening our Fall and Winter STOCK OP MFTON, BRIAN & CO. ton Factors, Commission ana Forwarding MERCHANTS. No. 6 Front Row, over Meaeham fc Galbralth't, irinimn TESV. PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping i Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per bale. X3 AH cotton sent to ns will bo covered : Insurance, unless otherwise Instructed. , o. w. e6f Card -rTt StvrrrRT. GILBERT. XJ homestead Bear Meaphit. and reopenl bis Infirm ary, aadwBl remain perm Hntly. He treats the foMow ' Eg ChroHie Diseases: Cancers, ScroflWa, Whl e SwelHeg, Tamers and W ns. without Sargieal opratns. He alio treats iD Chronic Female diseases, Svesst loegstandiac, Tetter, Rheas m, Syphilis, and all loims of Mercarlal Aflecttoas. , Dr G. deems KaBecesfary tossy more, as he has Hv- ug wttaeases ot his success from Maine to Oregon. dec!4-dawy . BENJA3IIN HOITCOTT, Dentist. !.. s HAVING prepared myself well to practice JeSSSS-L DenlUt-yiBMemphls I respect tally solicit fTyaSS ;be patronage of all who may seed my er-t-' 111 'vices in the Dental lin, and biad myself to perform aH operations oa tbe Teeth, and int Atiic4il T-.lh in the ax Mt a UD roved style as well as It can be don in tbi-er any other country. O-Sce oa Mala street, opposite Worsham. House. decS-6s ACBXE 21 At tz. XV. J I?, nr. ACREE. DENTISTS, omce unn jm war. tr-t between Mam and Front Row, I T T " ,m DMtal Operations performed with the least possfMe pain. Diseases of the Alveolar Process and Gum: treated la the most skUlfnl manner. Full or partial Sets of Teeth set on Gotta Percha or Gold, with the latest improve u i uui - . nar-S-ly JAMES M. MURPHY, G-oxo-J-.l Tmnd Agont JACKSONPORT, ABE., tttii i. tt ner-ABailv to theleratin: ot Swamp Land W Serip and Warrants in the Jacksunpsrt and Helena Districts, selling Land ana paying -axes. Eeferences. B Graham, Memphis.Tean.; A. S. Heey, Little Rock; R. C Bnekley, W. M. r , " T. Lane Co , " H. P. Geottdge, Heiena,; Myrtle tt Moore, " Am Polt, T. B. NORMENT, Cotton Factor AXE COMMISSION MERCHANT, MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK, Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row, MEMPHIS, TENN. i LARGE stock ot Bagging ana opo always on Jnlyg-dawly TELII WALKER, ' j,,, ui..1 New Orleans, La. Cofieevllle, MUs. WALKER & SNIDER, DRY GOODS ACotton Factors Coinniission Merchants, COKSIS HNG of every Tariety of Staple and Fancy Dry Good nsnorfy kept In this market. Superfine BUck and Bine Cloths, Casslmeres, Doeskins, Cloaks. Mantillas, M otre Anuque. eivcvonw, . J ' , r. . r-.,. n. . .nr.rtnr anftiltvt Crae Shawls, a Urge lot of Blankets. Negro Cloth, Brosans, Ready Made Oothiog, Boots an Shoes, Hats, and a variety of article, too namereus to mention. 11 t ..vi. ( . one. eoTiie all." and examine my stock, before making your purchases. I bought cn the very bet terms, and am determined that none shsll un dersell me. I shall adopt the Cash System, erapt to punctual dealers. -u , . " t .In cfrM. ortU-dtwaw-m Old Stand of Ferguson fc Kefll, J. T. FUSSEIili, COMMISSION MERCHANT "Af-J General tSLfjent -vr. i'-ttJiM "A.' JC-W V- r No. 123 Canal Street, JnlylS-dawly NEW OKL-AJ.a, -a. n. C HOBTOIf, Late ot MonthaUa, MUs. & CO., c. at. noRTON, LateHorten ftuunter. C M. HORTON COTTON FACTORS, Commission & Forwarding Merchants, No. zMaditon- St., oppotile I. B. Sxrtland't Qce, MEMPHIS, TENN. - win mriinni. heretofore. Elvisg special a c W ti-ntn. ih. and Storace of Cotton, at fifty cents per balo. and to the selection and purchase of any article in marael. umwirmoTcu iiu mw. . 3 Madison street, nearly opposite Union Bank, ang-0 oc-t-tf MEMPHIS, TENN. C. W. Board, Ja-ksoaportJ dec27-ly Mai T Mall. MUs- J. Norton Co.. K. O. J. A. Roasseaa, LaGrange, Teas W E. Batts, Lawreacevaie, Pa : Pool .Watson,Jacksospart .T. S. WHITE. M. D., -r i tp ii.nu, -,s onstr. having removed to Mem Jl phis, eSers bis prof ensioBal services to theejttKOS. : oa CoaTt soaare, on ooor wm 01 -j.-- - .i w n.w-. rr. nn PiLutoc street, soatfa sit Patrick and St. Martin. lan?S D. PANTE & CO., T.tirfl Oil. boat) and uanttie ITjtAIVlJFACTlJIlEIlS, tt itrooi. T(niTilig. Tenn. X - . I'M o...-7 ... " . -j 1 THE highest market prices para lor rou&a w "IT , Tallow. Laid and Soap Grease. ,v JOHN B. B0TT0, BOOT AND SHOE JlAXijF ACT IV v , Xo. 6G Front Row, SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT, TAoi-ioat3, Tcrtn., A' Tt. V. T.OOXEY. TTORNET AT LAW. Oface ever C. W. Cherry mm . .. . nnn-a.n t-i KEBPSeonsnuyo-inauu. duu. z? 1 .. . li. .,v .!- nf others .I11IC. UI uiau.uui - ne tens. also, uraiun . prencn ana Os.'s R. C BROWN, 1 TTORNET AT LAW, M.rioB, Ak., practice. rt philHes. Oriitenden, MUisippl, Green, Lawreaee, Ind-peadence, Jacks-a. Poisis-tl, and Mm.ro Qoantles. in Arkansas. m-nnaclnrets. ...... vfn ,. r.ir S-ins. ,- n . kiuui, v.- . . . . . pi Trinrffci i Triin-n. camct Bags ana .11 of which he wll sel. as cheap as any minis . ... . . . .k..ln. , uvhfff. market. Give niin a a ui oeioi- i'-"---r" - - - d19 t. M. GATE. - "uu" GATES & WOOD, COTTON PACTORS, GROCERS, Produce and Gesral (,ommissioa tvt 1 n. c? : . jnt -xr , Na. I Union Street, betveen Mam ana xtbju w, ill ..lltUl-, 1"W. v-rvTt n active anollcatlon to bnilness, for over . eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the p tronage of our friends in the capacity of Cotton Factors. arm .i mnflrtent of anr ability to please such as may confide their business to our charge. Onr stock of Bag gltg. Rope and General Supplies will not bo excelled In the city, uain aavaucca, or w-jt-wn, . j made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton or other Produce, In store, will only be effected noon actual ' . j . C V I .. . m m mtt Instractlsns, or wnem -anaer auvau-o. iiii-i-. . r..it--i .tf .mpr, will, at all times, be Insured while In transit, with open policy, unless oinrwi. -- - To all onr friends who have so liberally patronlied us during rears past, we shall oner tne same i-oam-u as heretofore for a continuance oi ineir paironaK-. )nnl3-iawlj ai-j a. nuuu In Randolph, St. Francis o7-t6m . SEECHES. wtr-rrna RAH...... ED. A. WICK-ERSHAM & BEECKER, a TTORNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tetnessee Office, . No M J ffersoa stree-. lrl-tf siflTH P. HANI-HE AD, a T-mRVET AT LAW. Memphis, Tenn. Once In tbe iJ. Post OSlce Block, ever AytUett Co., third story. ap4 nr. Tt. L. LASK.I, t hi: (TPknidi- and Dl or of several Hospitals J, in Germany, mHber of dMHareat Medical Societies In New Tork has located in tbe city of Memphis, and ot ters his aerviee. to tbe pobKc as PhysVeian, Aecousher, .n irw-r. ti n. m ft rserv. rS-Oaee a Washington .treet, between Main and Seei-d onM -. siriraltB10!C..W. W. WHEATLET.-SI. A HIOOI. Ricnarason, neaiicj &6 i TTORCTTS AT LAW Office on the corner of Second r iiu s irt streets. MeraDBIs. T-nn. ocii-iv A. STREET & MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF RAILROAD CARS, CARTS, 7rCt--Nrg esse. Poplar, between Main and Second Streets, aagl2 MEMPHIS TENN. Walker & Brothers, MAX-FACTERERS OF CLOTHING, AND SEALERS IN Dry Goorts, oois s ruuci, TXn. 79 Pront How. ... i. . (,,.. -MivM mi. rinndred cases of 4if -!..-- . . ...-jr.. 1 .! Clothing, expressly mannracturea r.r.nis rn.r- f L VAKTJLAW HO WARD TO. T. nOwA W. HOWAJKD & CO., Cotton Factors, Commission ana jborivaruiag uia-a.-a.n, Ten a HOWARD'S ROW. MEMPHIS, TEALR3 in Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, CofR-e, Mo- 1 . . . - n t bVbhI 3 I t 1 lusrs, nice, j-iour, -iru, mwu, T nnnnn Pnr. A P. TV lTir- n lllihl. llMsai. mitmv. Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good ..-v n.w hand, and for sale at reasonable prices. E"Cash advances made on Cottons In store for sale or shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct. ma n-.- rwn Pnilcv of Insnrance covers all Cotton con signed to ns by water ; also, the risk of Fire while In .tore, unless otherwise Instructed. Onr prices for storing and selling Cottons, the samt al wo have charged for y.ar. pait fifty cent per bsle. 1lT T TT TVT 3 HPS" 9 5f & P-ffS. HERR MAN, V EoV lf.havethehoi lie that thej mm .A. C. BLAIB, ) honor to inform the pub ; they have te-opened their BAR-RUX-1 on Adams street, oppo'ite Worsbam Huuse, as a LAGER BKER SALOON, in which they will com mence on Monday, the 2d of February, to give a splendid LUNCH, (with a glass of Lager Beer ) at tbe low rate n riFTEES cents, Good SOUP will be served up at each Lunch. Lunch at half-past ten o'clock A. M.- every day Jan31-dlm J. SOHWOOB k 3. HERRMAN "V01SVA HOUSE, Corner of Main and Adams Btreet. MEMPHIS, TENN. THI3 House Is situated in the centre of buslntss, ana Is now finished and li ximplete order. The Proprietor pledges himself it shall not be surpassed by any Honse In the Sontrwest. Being grateful for the very liberal patronage beotcwec on him for the last two years, ho hopes by a street atten tion U business to merit a continuance of tbe fame. oc7-tt J. J. WORSuAM, rrppne-er COMMERCIAL HOTEL. CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON STS. THIS establishment has Just undergone thorough re pairs ia every dspartment. Rooms newly pala'ed and papered ; bedding thoroughly renovated ; there is net eren a mattress that Is not new or equal to new ; carpet mostly new, he In one word the house is now In de cidedly better oner than it has ever been sine It wis built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to the TTnTT.e since I have occunied It. and havtnr reaewvd two leases, one on the House, the other upon my age, I tepe to be able to give more auemion i in - determined to make my guests comfortable. 0c7-tf V. UUL --,, l-roprmor BENNETT "HOUSE, Comer Main and Jackson-sts., BROWNSVILLE, TENN. this well known notel. having changed hands, and been thoroughly repaired, and provided with new Furniture, 1. now open lor tbe aeeoramoda tinnr.f Bo lrders and Travelers. n. nnhiie msv re-t assnrtd that every exertion will be made on thn part of the Proprietor to render this House iecond to none In West Tennessee. Bavin t active and attentive s rvants, and a table always f arnkhed with the best the country sfDrds, he conflJently relies .npon glvlngentlrefatlstactlontoallwho may favor Mm with their ratronsge. WM. I-. BENNETT, Jin8-dlwaw3m Proprietor. gy Bnolr-r copy. WOUbilAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Plain and Fancy Candies, Adams Street, under tlie Wor sliam House, T7"EEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green XV and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their own Juice, J-llles, Pre-erves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pie-led Oys ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, ah kinds Nuts. ice. In couneaien wnn mis es .o .Ushmentl have lilted op an Oyster .Saloon, and wlllncele FK-.ll OTSTERS by every packet. novlG-dlV S. P. BKICIIETTU. P. H. HEINBICH & BR0.. CONFECTIONERS AHD CANDY MANUFACTURERS, 297 MAIN STREET, KEEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIN and FANCT CANDIES CAKES, fruits. Preserves, etc, wholesale and retail We are also prepared to fur nish parties at the shortest notice. TV AnT.Arilin with Ibis we open onr LADIKH' and LEMBXS' orsr-it sa from 9 o'clock a . M., to 12 m B. ITIERRII'I' C0TT0NwFACT0R commission'merchant, . n a T) f. limn No. G Monroa Street, on, rruni nu ,-uai, (SOUTH SIDE,) Memphis, Tennessee. o'cleck p. M..and are receiving during tbe whole season. -PARTICULAR attention pata 10 saie u-.-.if-- I FRESH OV-TKBa oy every si-.'i. r.- -- V .-H .lh.r Produce . rVtng.Rope and Plantation Supplle. tnrrshedat lowest market prices. nisn pariirs ai iuc suuuer. . r. -, IN conn -Sf T I &3 fekeep open 0 of the rnbllc patronage. nov21Sra .r. Ij. Verser, Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant, Mosby & itunt's xw !--. . W. ALEXANDER. ALEXANDER B. 1. LAM15C. LANSING, S. B. WILLIAItlSOiV, (Successor to WUllaaton & Hancock J GROCER AKD . COMMISSION MERCHANT, I-rORTEB. or FINE WINES, BRANDIES, Havana Cigars NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. Jnlyl Received this Day, KABBLSMessPota; 60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard; 25 tierces Sugar-Cured Ham.; nA i mi. . . .. -u -r ana i, assonsasuea: 100 WhUky. AU of which we will sell cheap for cash at No, a Front Row, Memphis. JnlJ' S. B. WILLIAMSON. GROCERIES, &c. THE .ubscrlbers keep on hand the following articles, which they warrant to be or first quality, and for tale low for cash; Wheat Fans and Threshers ; S. Carver Co.'. Improved Cotton Gins ; Wagons, Northern and Southern manufactures Bacon, hog-round; Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco; Sugar, Cofiee, Teaa and Molasses ; Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead; Brandies and Wine., superior article ; Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris ; Together with a gsncral assortment of all article. u.u slly kept In a Grocery .tore. GWTNNE & GIBSON, Jnlri Nos. 1 sa l 1 Exchange BulMing. lEUltiitfrjr (0olrSw wf w go GREAT BARGAINS, AT THE EMPOBITJM OP EASHION, And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak and Mantilla EstaDlishmtnt, MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. WE are now receiving and opening one cf the Urgt-sl and most magnificent stocks of French Millinery and Fancy Dry Gcod, li ever b-ought to this olty. Also, a very select assort ment ot RKh Dress Goods, entirely new. Silks. Cash meres, Marenoi, DeLaines, and a larg variety ot all styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dresses. We call aarticular attention ts oar Millinery Depart ment, consisting of Chenille, Moss and Uncut Telvet, Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and Engli.a Bonnets; Fluw ers. Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veil and Wreaths, $5,000 worth or fine French Embroideries, Rral Thread, Maltese and Glmpnre Laces; aH styles or Embroidered, Telvet and Clolb. CLOAKS, Ladies' Cloth and Velvtt for Cloaks, Dress Caps. Head. Dresses, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, EM Gloves, Furs, Trimmings of all description, for Cloaks and Dress es. c, c N. B. KmbreideTlng and Stamping done, Cloaks a f Dresses made to order in a tew boars at lespest prices. Ladies, please call before purchasing elsewhere. Orders from the conntry promptly attended to. octl N. STII I IAN & CO. Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Frent Row, Memphis. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, T WILL Py particular attention to filling order, for j.()3 ,,.-5-. street, I Groceries. Bagging and Rope, --C 4-- Tjouis. IVTc JnlT4-dawiy . It E FERENCES. c. OBirrmo I, t nmh. Memnhis: Cook -Co., Memphis; Barnett wairr .oau uvjn, j. b. oBirnso. - . -mw-- .r.-C. ORIFFIA it & n,m;..inll HI Cr CliantS) Carles Potter, vuuiui.l -,-,w,.3 a-nirr C- -Main street. Mempnis, Tenn. ji.iiij3 a. febS Cm WE will rurnlsh supplies to our friend. " ne" 41 S and make advances on shipments to onr frier-, in New Orleans. CL- . E. .. THEOBALD. Frankfort, y. S. THEOBALD.'. C. ORirTIHQ.. VnnVhrt It. Mempnis, ivu-. THEOBALD, GBIFFlaw General Commission Merchants, NO. 71 CAMP STREET, ,ul,lrdawtf NEW ORLEANS. LA. .,EA.LEY W.LOTIBO. BEASLEY & LOVWU, Main Street, Louisville, Ky., 1 nn nnw recelvlnc their Stock ot Dry Goods for tbe a . : .... , ..i- .ee inlog spring sues, 10w.11. iut, u .- tlon ot dealers. Their purchase, of American.domtli goods bavs besn made under the most f-voraWe dream stances, for cah, befers tbe advance, which will ena ble tbem to offer Inducement, 1 1 the purchase ot these goods net to be surpassed by any dry goods concern Id the United States. We flatter ourselves to be able to sell Domestic Goodi fully as low as thty can, at present, be purchased irora th- Dry Goods Commission Houses In Ihe Eastern rasr v.i. to win have on hand of our ol direct Importa tion from Europe, a large and well-ielscted stock ot Jsc onets, Swl Mnlls. Nainsook, Mn llns, Cambrto. Linen. Uambris, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, English Black Blaik an While, and Buck and Gray Prints. French vi. 1. r.in!.. r.nrlh 4-4thi. Pnroleand Chocolate Print. full aiiortmen. ox woou mn c iw " 'p auTgkeeV " pnt?IEIlI.T of tie Arm of Unrv fc SSGreen. would respectfully say U 1 his old- rrienas ana customers iaai ue is sun ai. tbe old stand, with a good supply of Fruit lra 1, consisting ot Apples, Fears, Plums, JL'eacnes, Cherries, Apricots, Nectarines, &c. Also. RrDberry. Strawberry and Grape Tines, In vs r ties, with a good supply or Evergreens, Green House Plants. Bulbous Roots. Rhubarb and Asparagus. Orders from a ai.i aoe, a smpaoiea wiin arai. or oraer ob a respectable mere bant at Memphis, win be panetaaHy attended to. and an piants gaaranii-u-o oroer aau ae- llvered any pal 1 01 me city, nee or cniree. Nursery on Main .treet, South Memphis. PAUL GREEN, octI4-6m Receiver or M.wney h. Green J9JEW ROUTE TO TUS EAST AND NORTH, TIA i MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON It&I Ij HO .1 I . WESTERN DIVISION, OPEN TO CORINTH. ON and alter Nov. 16, 133S, THROUGH MAILTKaIK wUl leave Memphis, DAILY, at 7.00 A. Jt., arriving at Corinth at 11:30 r. M.; at Somervllle at 1O.0Q A. M. Returning Leaves Corinth at I r. 3oznervie,3 r. tt. Arrives at Mempnts inwf. at. 7Ttls Train connects at Corinth with a doable Daily Line of first Class i"osi v. o -.es to un ler-Buaa ex uc Eastern Division of the Memphis and Charles ton Rail road. Thence by ' Railway direct, and cconeetijai sure with all Eastern cities. Staging reduced to forty unlet, ana -zcx-uylng pro gressing rap ly. THROUGH TIC-XT- sou to tee iseowis; points: CHARLESTON, F SATANNAH.fe WILMINGTON, CHATTANOOGA, NASHVILLE, I. AUGQS3TA, V MACON, v HUNTS VI LLE, M0NTGOMERT, STEVENSON, GRENADA. TMs Train also ossaects yrHb the MtsotMtppi Oeatral Railroad to Hoilr Spring- Oxford, Ores ada. Canton, Jackson, e,, jtc AMo-connecto al oral's Jcneuon saattm wwa innw- see Oeatral Railroad l- Bolivar. Jaeksoa, IItiBa and ether places. 1 AlseooBaects at Pocahontas with Tri-Weekiy Use of Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeta and Colaabas, Mtsisstppi. 1 JIIKOUGII TO NASHVILLE I?l 34 HOBK5, Via the Mmp sand CbarWtoih Nsjkvitte and Chatta noca Raurea OBly 40 mite, of Staging, agalaat TfjQ ty any other rouir. T&e ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN tsbs tally fax- cept Saadays) between Memphis and the JaccttoB with the Mlsstsstppt Central Railroad : Leaves Janet 7.00 a. m. ; arrives it-.eep6 iiuai A.M. Leaves Memehls 2:00 r. St.; arrtvea at the Jasctian 6:00 r. at. Freight Trains 1 ve Memphis for Pocahesta- DAILT at -J a u. Doors dose at 4 j. at. Through Tickets only, oa the above Raates, can be ob tained at the Cs-joercial Hotel, as welt as Information ceanected with the Road. Passengers are reqaested to nnrchase Tickets befere en tering the ears, and save payeet of extra fare. Baggage checKed to all stations oa iae Kauroaa, ans no Bargage win be received without heiag cheeked. Each pa eager wall be altowed seveoiy-ave poaaos or baggage by Railroad, and sixty poaadd by Stage ; bat no article will be carried aa baggage that U not UxHent ta the person ot the pasMsgor. Ia case of Jos the Com pany wiH bold themselves responsible for an aa teal at net exceeding $100. ' Negroes, whea traveuas alone, most have a permit, na ming the point to which they are to to. aad specifying that they are to travel by railroad, or they wui net be carried. B.ATRES, f pSl Superintendent of Transportation. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD, OPEN from Junction with Memphis and Ch.rie.tea Railroad to Black's S (alios, fear sad eue-halr mHes North of Bolivar, and twenty-two oHes South trso. Jaeksos, Tean. IVXorS lyn-in Leaves Birilvtr DAILY (Saadays excepted) t 5:15 a. M , o meeting with 7 a. m. Train from Grand Jasetloa to Memphis. - Lr.ves Graad Jaaction at 10 A. St., or m arrival of Marl Train f.-.m Maphis, ceane-lag at -task's Statkia wKh Wyty Norweod's fine or Cea iss for Jatkson and Nashville cits Heatingtea. JE2tron1-ns Train L'avei Biark's Statiea at Jr58 r. M , omaecHag at Jaaeu.nwith Mall Traia, arrivisz at Memphis at 7:45 r. m . Iaves Grand Jasetloa at C:45r. it , arrlviag at SoM var at 8.5. Passengers for Jacksoa, Hantlrgles, & e . by this roata win have less gtaging than by any other. fe R P. NKELT, Sap't. MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD. CT30. tO C . C3. ON and alter Moada, January IXh. 1867. THROUGH MAIL TRAIN wUl leave MemaW. daily, (Saadaf s ex--p-d)at7 - A 31 ., arriving at Com at r06 a. a.,. Reu irautg, leaves Cocao at 1M A. M , aad anttfrs at- Memphis at 1 r 31. This Traia connects at Cook 1 wtta J. P. McAMxaader . Co daily liae of First CUM Pool Osoekes for PaaeU aad Gru -4a SUgiac redaeed to 6 ariles between Mem phis aad Greaa a throng h ia 16 sim. The trave bc pakiic a ay my oa this being a shorter aad cheaper roate u Gicsa t, Can tea, Jacksoa and Vicksberg than any other. Ihe FREIGHT TRAIN wiH make deity trips, Igaodaya excepted,) fruoi aad after Moaday, the 19th of Jaaaary, to CuBse. It will be experKd that laaetgnu s wiN have r jr-nmiBli aa4e to rc-tve th.hr gssi at the staliaa 00 arrival, as th. Coaaway have oajy teaparary anaage- aa us fur takkagcare ef freight, aad wni aet be respact stbte for the lue- or d-jaag to tbe sasae at that s44s. Paseaera are rraaested to aarMe tickets bedlsre eateriac the cars, and save payateat f extra tare. B-ggafe caecsea ia aa uaiteas ea iae ati peaa, aa ae bae will he rcetvid wuhoat bag cheeked. aeh pasteaicr witi be allowed HO puoadsW baggage by Kali rvad, aad 90 peaada by stage, bat ae assMe wta he ear ned as twinge that u nut iacidest to the person of the passesgerf. la 1 -e ut lues, the Coops ry wM heM fl leasstve. re spao'iMe ftr aa anioant Dot exceed tag SCO. Jj-.SVgroes, whea traveliag aloae, mast have a permit aamiag the punt to which they are to (ia, aad spectfyiag that they are to travel by Railroad, or they tt aet be earned. E. M. PATRKC aa!0 Saprriattpdt at. XTD G-onoral Gc x- o o o r . - -r. .t B.e.rlnS' llwlTI AO hmd. A QB ?.."r-.K.r.i other Produce at . Charges ni.ju .r' M ond D-omPi usual races. in.. " u-.r-ise in- remltanco. stmcted. All Produce insured, aug20 dawly n !nnt-w Mn-etl'inrS fh.tth.r with a fntton FaClOrS, t0-U-luu .11-Z',.sxxmn our stock before maklngyoar par chases, and you will nna u wo oave m.u. it ments that we aro not fully abl. to make good f eb7-d2ni ISRADY & DAV1ES, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Main Street, Louisville, Ky., MANUFACTURER'S Agents tor Machine Rope, Bag glng, Jeans, Llnseys, He J.a93-ly ATo..-iiTn....B. r. orrrnsiE....aEO... bowlasd. SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO., Coisiiiiissioii Icvcliants ASD WHOLESALE GROCERS, DEALERS IS . Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AND AOESTS TOR THE SALE OF Vireinia and Kentucky Tobacco, No. 564 Main Street, between Second nnd Third, janl3-ly LOUISVILLE. KY. E. IJASIIIEI-Xi & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For the Sale, SUrage and Shipment of COTTON, HO. 69 FROST ROW, MEMPHIS, TETIIt. Crgiarjtly. at tne inwe;-. -ui.u. STRATTON, McDATITi . Cotton Factors, GROCERS AND GENERAJ- COMMISSION MEECaAflXB, NO. 70 FRONT ROW, X-aruia, . i nit rnrt- nik " : ' j - TrTT? -. TerfiTfr i.orwa 11 mri Krnvisiin . wi wnllnne to Store and SeU Cotton at FIFTY C--,T fjr aid promptly executed. O-hJnd.a large stock ot Power-loom and I India Bif-glnV,M.e-lne.dHandR.pe,togetherwithahea wUl furnish to our cusiomcr. --- . 2l-w6m : WHEATON'S Nl'RSERY. TO HORTICULrURISTS AND PLANTERS, . 1 vumuiTSeillDllJ leuiM , t wiuc 24 of Mempnts and sn- rcunamg country mat iae season zor iraasp i-us 1 roi. u ui namental lrees Is fait approaching. Great additions have been made in every Uepart- Dteui. ruur. particularly amorg FraKs. A more select and varied collection bss never been otlerwi for sale in the Southwest, censbtlng In part of over one hundred varieties of ?I30-, 2?on.rs, 3PO-k.C-.03f Plums, C-torrioa , Catawba, Isabella, Ohio, Scurpernoag, CalUemla. etc Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Currants, Gooseberries, etc.; English Walnuts and Fdberts, Texas Pecans, lesnuts,et , etc. Green-boose plants, Bolbous Flower Roots, (Imported.) Evergreen ot every desirable variety, among which are nearly 2.000 Magnolia Grand Flora. In a dition to tbe above. I am now receiving a large lei or Bulbs, or all kinds. In consequence or having to move most ot my. stock on hand, I win sen it very low. Purchasers may rely on everytblB beta: what it Is represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the RilIroadDebot, or addressing 0CIl-dm a, a. nu-aiu.. P. s. During mr absence from the city, all orders win meet with prompt attention it left at the store of J. WlWberger. - a. " Factory- Carriasre THE undersigned have open-1 a Carriage Factory on x-nnd street, between Wa'blngton and Adam. streets, wrere they are prepared to Manufacture and Re pair Carriages at the shortesi not.ee. All work done by them will be guarantied, and a share of public patron-ge solicited. Jin3-ly a o. rvu it w For Baltimore, TTashinston, New York, PJiiladelphia, &c. Direct Through Line for the East! Baltimore and Ohio fifcaw-frgsgsawgag RAILROAD. THIS Ruad runs from Wheel tog to Baltimore, (37. miles.l and to Washington, (loo miles,) and pre 11a the tallest advantages both as a freight aad paasesgei line. It runs through wild and romantic r-siuns ot the AHegheni-s; and being solidly constructed, completely equipped aad carefully managed, Is one or the most at tractive and sain- a aurvaas in .-e l ui.ru aiaicj 1. w Central Ohio Railroad, from Cot abas aad Zanesvilrs to Wheeling, unites tlus rvad with all portions of the West and Southwest. The oslv Throuoh Ticxets from Memfbis, Louisville and St. Louis to the National Me TROroLia, are sold by this road, which rosia direct to Washli ton without the delay or p ising threagh B alti more. It is also the o ly lino by which. bM caa be ce :ed to Washington from the Ohio river. 3By tbe MAI route from Mesnpbts, take the xsj li I steamers, running daily for Leai. vil!e, connect ibs there with mail steers or JeHersenvilie B jl th road tor Cu m natl, when they arrive .0 as to conn eel with the cars ol Little Miami KaUroad tor Cotombas, coanwt g there with Central Ohio Railroad, throagh Newark amlZaaes viBe, to Wheeita ig. By the expres traia or this roate, the its t e from Ciac Ud m ati to Bai timore and to Washington is less than 27 hoars. -Be sure to ask tor tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Roate. rT-l'sMBcers from Memphis going East threagh St Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltin-10 re and Ohio Railroad. This roate lays tbroaghViBcennes, Terra Haute, Indian apotis, etc., to Wheeling, ever the new Ohio and Mississippi and. eel ectiag Roads. These ooaaectioBi are all direct, and the tune from St. Louii to Baltu aore or Washing Is but about 43 hoars. Throngh TickeU ly this route may be had of the Agent, nnder the i-ian -t el's House, at the foUewiag rates : Fro. St. Louis to Baltimore 25; to Washington $2S. At Wheeling the passenger taxes tne saperM r cars 01 the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times daily for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New York. Threugn in 10 or . sours, inuui be stoppages. For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of Lhe country, and general comfort, tnis roaa is seco-a to none in tne untu . FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest equipmrht of any Railroad In the Uaitcd States, aad is Muni to do an Immense boi ilness in traasportaU on. The road makes immediate connection al the wharves and ln the streets of Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel phia and New Tork, steamers of Ericsson ana balti -.ORE TEA3ISIIIP lues, oy t ai um ea to cw Tsit. and bv new Merchants' and -liners' Liao to Boston, steamers to Norfolk. Charleston, Savannah, c. For particalars, see freight tariff, copies of whiel may be had ot the Forwarding Bosses ia the West, or a' J. li. Ford, Receiving and Forwarding Agent at Wheeling. WM. S. WOOD3IDE, Master ot Transportation, Baltimore. A. T. LAVALLETTE, Jr5-ly Agent, 61 Front Raw, Memphis. Ye AliRMGEMENT V ESPECIALLY FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND To the North, und East! Throngh in Three Days and a' Half to New York! ILLINOIS CENTRAL FARE REDUCED I Prom Memphis to Jackson, 83 50. From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50. Via Jackson, 11356500 and CotuniDia. CONNECTING near BrowasvUle with the Memphis aad Ohio RaHread and at TheasaeoB with the Tea- aes-ee and Alabama Raitrsad. This ia the cheapest rente to Mid tt le Teaa -ee, aad trav-ton i aiv aisared -hat no pa or expense win.be spaied to reader them eea-forta-Me. Tbe coaches, horses aad drivers are saperis t. Oar line connects at Jacksoa with J. W. Necweed Jt Co. s line of fear horse post roarbrs to Nabv4e. JulylS . NORWOOD St FORTBNR. i?ivc to Gvennila S"l OO, Including ttmnibua Ticket to EoLly Spriagt, The Cheapest and Quickest Route Between Memphis and Grenada Is now presented to tkepvMc via the Memphis and Charleston and Mississippi Central Railroads. FOR ttskets or U iformatton, apply to soglo-dtr SIMS CO.. Agents, conrnftetai -tot. N. B. FOREST, 15ATull 1? Sii-WES, No. ST Adams-st, Memphis, Ten., HAS Just received front N rth Carolina, ... tweaiy-Ove likely yeaas negroes, to w bee he JO desires to call the a ea ot para sers fji He will be ia tbe regaiar receipt ot negrae? . VT. ir 11 North aad Soath Carat iaa every bu th. HU gro Depot is one ot the most oasaplete and ee imed s estabiistimenu of the kied ia the Seathen 1 ceaBtry, aad his regnUtions exact aad y-make, cteanuaess, neat ness and ca -fort being strictly observed and eafors(. His aim is to faraish to cas-ar-ers A. 1 servants, sax fluid hands, sound and perfect la body aad mind. Ne groes taken on eonmissio . laai No, nfiT cost: roR CASH. $25000 J. Itt. IlIcFAIDIiV & CO., (LATE TRIPLETT, M'rADDIS St CO.,) commission merchants, Gwitleme&s Mats: r CI I. I ' ' ' THE NEW STYLE FOR FALL AND WINTER IS RECEIVED BY WHEATOW, Pfishionablc natter. 75 Front Row, 10,000 PAIRS OF BOOTS, SHOES AM) BROGANS, FOR SALE CHEAP AT W JkdL3-TO-Vr'S t oct!2-ly No. 75 Front Row. WORTH of CLOTHING new and and seasonable FURNISHING 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial -street, ST. LOUIS, MO. RDERS for Bagging, Rope, Hemp, Provisions, Flour, Iebl2-ly CM. ZtARVET -ARTET, C. M. HARTEY & CO., COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, NO. 1-0 GRAYIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. OUR personal attention . ftrjiSfJ U. will be given to the Sale or Xirt Forwarding of Goods origg3 Prodnce consumed to our' hr .-b .it. T. will CAntraCL rn-icnt on tar aboTe' tor re-shipment cither by sail or steam vessels, at W have had several years' experience In onr market 1.11... t,..t..i,f ii,njea and assorted Merchandise. I RcrtR to Cook Jt Co.. J. 0. dicing it Bro .Speed A Rtrmre. Hannah & Shanks. deeiz-iy GOODS, at actual cost for cash. ,.,., Owing to a change In onr business, we oflir at actual 9Ss3StMmnsvimi mill. of Goods in our line, will find It t o th'lr dv.ntge to give ns a can. 3 BIoct BtSJ. MI- .!. U. REID. v.t -nd are onernng tbe best selected stocks ot .11 n 1. of Drv Goods. Boots and Shoes, evtr brought here, which we.ffer at the lowest posfltle prices, being enabled to compete with any house throngh the .11.11.. nr hAncs in i'riiiM(ifiriniL. We would espeo any u iviuc m- iu..-. . .--.. ....... - Chants knowiTc that w! an and win suit all .d cent, per bale. augle- B. REID & BRO., Cotton Factors AND CoamlssieH mercnaa is, .WHS A. NOOE. A TTORNET AT LAW. Oiace In the Poet Office Bulld- A mr;. Vemshls. Tenn. '"" HAKRF.LL Si. SEARCY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Memphis, reoiiw. Wm. T. T7..V-11 . n vrt S arcv have asiod ated Ihtm- '.-i- 1 -eher in the Dractlce of lw. Ofl-t-. In the w.tYr-r lort . nov26-dlm BEN. SHERROD, a vtornet AT LAW. Covlngten. Tenn. All brlnn A. entrusted to his care wHl receive prompt aUentlcs. Ilyl9-tf T.v.nnv pope. A TTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn., win practice jJln all the Gonrts of Memphis and the Western Dis- wrt n l?t ltvsvc CM C3- Office south of Court Square, adjoin Lag that of tbe fliancerruenrt laera. -.-.. rnrnT TS. OSI.ORNE TTTLL practice Law In the Gonrts or Hardeman. Fay W ette, Tipton and Shelby, also In MeN.lry and Har-id- coanties, and In the Supreme Carv at Jackson. All buslaess entrcyted to hltr receive prompt and ralth InJ attention. H' -fice is in the Chancery Clerk's offlce, uinr n-raeom com ltv. Tenn. not t JOHN P. FARRELLY, a vwiRSET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Memphis, .Tan. OOoe corner ot Main and Jefferson streets. over Lehman Ca.'s. vtT to Hans. Henry Plrtle. W. F. Bnlloct and Messrs, 1 v. ttw.n Ik San. Louisville, Kr.i Hon. James Prror, n.rreJMon. Kv". McGregor. JLBeway &. Co., and Moses -nenwoo d. New Orleans; . M. -apperson. it Co., Mem- hi. novI4-tf merchants, knowli c that verr -f Ce" v see. ATVACCAR0 & CO., DEALERS IS GROCERIES,, - Foreiarn and Domestic ..Liquors, Wines. Cisars, Fruits, &c, NO. 293 M AIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. in vTtnKT ROW. MEMPHIS. TENN. A LL Cotton sent to our aaarws insurrmjuui... -.. uv ,- .Ions to the contrary are rne. 1 ' OWIC . - vw ... - -. dee--tmvl7 T T. ATDLETT. Neu Orleans. ..J. c. DOUOHERTT, Mempnis. T. P. AYDLETT & CO., COTTON FACTORS jsnl-Sm ,. TTr" Enqnlrer copy three months. 271 Main street. C. I. & A. V. DuPONT, MANUFACTURERS OF C. MAYDWELL'S OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, MEMPHIS, TENN., "HERE can be found SB description of Grave Work,, which will be rnrnisnea as cneap as u caa oc iu. In any matket Wctt. Also, Building Work done at ehort tiM It Is to thp Interest ot all persons wanting sueu wsia w ..r. n. WILLI AMI OJI. VHAVSIOLI...... FRANSIOLI & WILLIAMSON, Importers, Wholesale rm 1 i ------------- de tO-dawly octsi CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, Main street, next door to Odd Fellows- nau, MEMPHIS, TENN. -v-s-rr. a r .-rrrr? 54 US" PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, v.TrwvrTrtlT t Rnrzlnl Instruments. Fancy ooas, ( Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic Medicines. Garden Seeds, Snuff, todscco ana Brandies and Wines. J3" Every article soia oy ns warrau tea a ieiJiv.c.- subject to be returaed at our expense. JulyS-ly FORWARDING MERCHANTS, HO. S9 QRAVIER-ST., BIW unLtam. DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT, "WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS- NO. 2J FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TTTILL make cash advances on all Cotton or other rro- VV duceshlppedtoT.P.AydlfttitCo.Newuri'-s. ocs-iy LAW NOTICE. HTOLLiNTINE, Esq., nas removea nis iw umtv over the Store and Commission House of Fowlkes, Mount fc Co., on Jefferson street, between the Post 00c and Mfttn street.- speI3-tf Pittsburgh Ale. TCSTiecelTed, 300bbl. Smith', superior Pittsburgh J Ale H. H. POTTER, isclS Mln-t,M-oocXert-iTrcrshamHous. .nii R.t.tl T", t in Chlna,Glas and Earth- 47T Main enware. French and German Vaaes, Sliver, Silver Plated, German Silver and Brltanla Ware, Fine Table Cut lery, AC, 1S3 Main Street, MEMPHIS. Also Loot ing Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Tea Traya, Parlor Lamp., Chandallers, Glrondoles, etc, ac Jnlyl7 NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER, P, .tihe'-a'nnlMtoMhw to Padd?thi , ..- . .. . , . . ., . 1 A K- AND DEALERS IN I twenty per cent, wav is paw .-igcms to me -m -. . --- I them. Sootterners.iooa to your latere... PAPERS OF ALL KI-STDS, dec--daw6m C. C.MATDWELL. I Street, Louisville, Ky. PORTRAITS. Life-Size, in Oil colors. IF'jfo F Jl 19F eie -if, i mmin in uiarx's aiaroie u-ii H where he wUl be pleased to see those that wish to TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS McMin.nvilxx. Te.h.. Jaaaary 13, ISS7. SEALED PROPOSALS wm be recetved at MeMtaavHre. noun March 10h. 1S67. for tbe Grading. Vuearr aad xruiniu- of sixtv miles of the Soathwtetrra B aUroad. co-seae BdDg t McMiaaville, tbe Seatl n teraiaBS, and reaalrg North tbroagh warren, WLiie aaa m. eaeaUestoLlvuigstua, is OveiUn eeoaty. The character of the work Is heavy, ce-aaris g a large amuaat of rocK exeavattea, several heavy Jobs ef bridge, masonry aad twelve hundred Haeal tt or floors oa McCollnm's BrsAgrBg. Proposals tor the above wort nnybemaae oy seet s ot mile one eath, or fur thirty, or the whole sixty mitos, a ctadlag iron, tracayias, depot bask-ngs, aad alt the twoipsMLt necessary lor operatteg the real whesr com plete. Plans, maps, preflles aad rpeeiaeatlens ay be sees, and all other tofonaateea obtained at tbe Eagtoeer's office after March 1st. at McMtaavill., or betore that t b. by addrewiai; sae at tbe Ragiaeer's offiee of see Jteane aad Ohio Railroad. Jacksoa, Teaa. AUD I. S , fk3-.tltaar -tagiaeer abaige. ESTRAY. - -a. -. n t V TTf CT TrVVft hmd foot white. Hid a nw iad4le aad Janl7-tf bri e. Inquire of FIT-GERALD. ..CIIAS. C. BILL.J. WOODWO-iTH H. FITZGERALD & CO., (Successors to Park, Simpson 4- Co.,) Grocers, Produce Dealers COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, No. 92 Front How, Memphis, AND JACKSONPORT, ARKANSAS. JnlfCdawly 1, employ ni.pe"--. , ,nd X3 Portraits also ramie- nu -.-..w..,-- - G. B. .LOCKE, Auctioneer and General Agent, AKD BEAL ESTATE BEOKEB, Clerk's Sale of Real Estate. William V. Anderson, ) Ex.farte Petition to sell eal Adm'r ot Thos. 3. Simp- V Estate. son. decM. and others 1 In Circuit Court ot Shelby Co, PURSUANT to a Dscree ot the Circuit Court ot SEelby County, rendered on the 22d day ot January, IS57. In tha abite cause, I will, on the first MONDAY, being the 2d day ot March next, In front of the Court House door In The Best in the World CAN be done by those who wish to purenas City Property, or bands.me Country Residences In the suburns. va some 01 ... - bad a flue Residence, reaay ior Term, liberal, and title good. Apply to octn.tt B. W. KUCKER, Surveyor and uraugntsman, 63 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL, j -. P - hlghe.Uld.er, qpfERS h .ervl ce, to ttalte, ..nirTO -p-z-w WVrSl!". i.pu v.ui. u, i y prumy. . 1,1. rmrn n fh w-t MEMPHIS, TEMNESSEE. I -'. . .,iin. He may be found at hia efflce oa the vrrst Ti ARTICULAR attention to .ale. of City or Country I.,..,. slde.r Main . .treet, rvmnertv Negroes. Merchandise, ef every oesenptio-, i . -rr-J-ry. I ins,) unless aosin- tu ww -.-Ti .-rf'.rtiSto'and Warrants. Stocks. Renting and in Range 6, Sections 1 and 2, on the south side or Wolf BEFERENCE- river, bttng tne same Land of wni i i nomas s. simpsoo, 12. 1 1 JL it o jb: From Cairo to Chicago Direct in Eighteen Hours, illtaouf JtreaJt of uuage or uiange oj vars or Baggage. AT Chicago, connecting wiin aiicniga ientrai uars leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Albany, New York, Boston, and all Eastern and Atlantic Cities. Only two change ot Cars from Cairo to Niagara, ana inree rrom tairo to joany, ana four from Cairo to New Tork. Tune from Cairo to New Tork. forty-nine hours. Fare as Uiw, and comfort great er, than by any other route. PaMovers through are HOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana and Ohio, to the East and North. in connective- at Chicago with Michigan Southern Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the Bast, with Lake Shore RaHread aad Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee, Sheboygan, c, and with a splendid Liae of First uUji SUamers for Saalt Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Colling wood. Toronto, Ac. "rsiaa leave Call -o Every Morale is and Evening as foi 1lVW, 6.-e5 A. M., Chicago and Dcnleith Express, Son days ..rTi ! ti . This Train connects at Chicago with New York Light ning Express, over Micnigart ventral, ureal western ana v.w Tort central auroaas. tareuxn m tairt j-oae aours. This Train also connects at sanaovai wita unio ana Missis ppt Railroad lor St. Louis and Vlnceanes; at Pans, with Trains tf the Terra Haute, Alton and St. Louis Railroad, far Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincin nati; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena, Dunlelth; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring field Naples, Bock Island. Burlington aad Quincy. 6-10 r. M, New Tork Express, Saturdays excepted. Stopping only at important Stations, except on Signs!, connecting with Main Line Day Express rrom Decatur U Dunlelth, and arriving at Chicago at 2 r. m. Fassenger. for the Upper Mb alsslppl, will find at Dun leitb, steamers of the Dunkith and Minnesota Packet Company, ready to leave oa the arrival ot either Calm Train for Le Crosse. B Mwing, St. Paul, c. Passenger. tor JanesviUe and Central and Eastern WUcor.sin, cun TiMtat Freenortwith'Tralas to Beloltand Janesrlilc, anc mm thence to Mad on and Central and Eastern Wis consin. ' The Mass and unarts lnaicating tne ureal uentrai Route to the North and Eait are-an exact transcript of Cotton's Map ot the United States, and passengers are requested to ex amine this route aa well as the raining time cards or tne coouectinK r is, iu j uugc .or icm- selves as to thecorrecU less of the a bo -re statements. The opening ot the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to Chicago, ana inns rormmg a speeay ana aireci means or communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and the Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler, as well as the business man. attractions aad facilities for reachlnc the North and ast, which surpass those oi any other route whatever. The accommodations fur nlshed by the Company for the convenience or the trav eling public, the permanency of the road ana structure, th -inmetn ana elegance or tne i ines aaa ?. 'tu rn end themselves to those who desire In traveling speed, eryoLfort and safetv. TIL S. Era UUUU JTU U.11 1U , Wli wo tnnurs. of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis, Cairo, and at the principal Railroad OOces on the line. A. I- ll&lAlitllA, .", Jun4-ly Memphis. Tenn. C J. B. L . WINN. No. 3.1 Maia-sU M. C. CAYOE & SON, j3 TT O T X O TNT G- JEi ?. & , COMMISSION MERCHANTS, General Agents & Real Estate Brokers No. 25 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. t- innr.tTT. AR atte&iiea will be given to aH sales ia the V nivi reountrv. of Negroes. Real Estate, Metehan- otse, Faraltare, La ad Scrip, Stock, c inland Leasing rmienj, e-. m,ni. inml f rom all secras. Re'orala; oargratlnl aeiaewieagmenis lorsnewrj Uberal patr e heretofore received, we bow pledge ear selves, bavteeejetermined oa making Memphis ear per manent hose, to dMMe oar diligence K pes-, sad think wish twenty years experience ia tbe trade, tbe last ekvea ra Memphis, we oaght to be paiteates, aad feel ronSdeBt we caa gt.e, as we taiaa. we aavs wv. AU ktodsReat- Storage aad Caasign- -..! ..ii.f.rll a. References A. u ,-iarTisct u - -- mtri Imb it Co . W. Howard, H. F. Fannwerth X Da , Geo. Flaberty &. Bro., 1. B. KlrHaad, R. C. R-lMey. Esq., B. Graham, Esq., Col. R. Topa, Dr. Sam. GUbeit, Mem phis; Baldwin Jt Starr. N. T. Deaisoa St Sen. W. I Brace St Co. . Ciacinnatl ; Tos- TRead, Eq , S. Cassi dy Louisville; Messrs. Dancaa, RawHags, B F. Shields XOo Thos. B. Winston, New Orleans ; R.M. Spicer-. fCbI-33 3 CABRIKOTOlf MASOK, L. C. ORVE L Holly Springs, Miss. Ripley. Miss. MASON & NORVELL, Cotton FdctorSs G-ROOEKX, AHD COMSSION ilERCHMTS, NO. 1G5 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. CONSTANTLY on band, Bagging, Rope and Flantatlco SappUes. raayll-Iy Furniture. Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Renting leasing Property, .,.., Storage and Consignments solicited. Having engaged tbe services ot Mr. J. M. Caldwell, anold and experienced Auctioneer, late of Huntsvtlle, Ala ba.lamrully prepared to attend to consignments and 5Ss or every description. Liberal Cash A-VAHtxi MADE OS Cojtstos-iEirn. .. rl-Storage and consignment. .ollclUd. yf S. I am Agent for The Adams Express Company. marl . dee'd. seized and possessed. I Terms One-balf -cash; the residue on a credit of s : I months, with bond and security for the deferred payment. n. v. . 91-wiir, u rs- - wm. -. postok, Atl'y forFttltlon.rs. jan30-tds DR. THOS. KELLER. T ATE of Tuscumbia Alabama-has located Dermancnt- JLi ly In Memph:, nd offers his services to the public I In all the branches ot his profession He has taken the REFERENCE- J R Chadwrck, nenry G. Smith, j' M. Prcvlne, Robertson Tvpp, b" B Waddell, " Philip H.Thompsia. John S. Claybrook. t'bS-ly The Madison Street Sash, Door and. Blind Factory. . , , ... n--..Ho UnnlnraoBf in all the Drancnes ot his proression ue nas taxenw -r-rrE nnderstlgned has taken the stand recently occn Prfital)IC and IlOnerauie b-P10J-eHL oace heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby rI,iebv Moore it Halstead. over the Planlnt Mill of FOR THE " -V . , I general selection o'f Surgical Instruments, he is prepared I Jpf 84,b, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Casings, Mould- JT as a source of Income, or to flUnp their lelsurs boars, . Ueet bet--cea HJlng and Trexevant streets. pa'rtlcnlsr attention paid to dressing and ripping Lnra Ssyhearof such .by "?! 1" UEttm.p! 10. PAt raji-ir her tor Uie Carpenteri and BuUd.rs. . .. w nnRKmi jar 3-c.m OOO "VJV O -E-. T -3C CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, At Manufacturer's Prices. AMONG which may be feaad Wm Crompton's clebrared brands, Lyachban ti..' rr sr Hiitoombe braads. " Dr. Jaaies Saunders' " Harry of the West, Ac. . . ora'S Ansa i -v , T -. hran .. Jas. Thomas, Jr.'s Crescent City Paragon, R-hmsnd ; Cosby St Wlafree's star or -item - ni A. Dill's Fig, Mayflower, ic "M Coleman Wortham's " u. . in', J nardgrove's Indispen,ble. ice., Kl C M.Co-by,(C. M.Cosby brand) DtarBej Withers Ayres' Toant America, " '. T. Soatherllns' brana, P Rkhardsoa ' Old Caswett, ' Reedv e, N .'a --i.h . r-.tvarlev of com man brands too numerous to mention, alt of which win be S-d at INVOICE PRI CKS, to dose eengn-aats. . Ever, article warrant! rresa an a gen- , -u from the factory J B alt Art r , Hi e?aio iwiwur, ded-lwdawjin No. 23 Maditon street. Choice Irish Potatoes. 120 SACKS 'or B. MERRILL, No. S Monroe street. oct28 Ragsin?, Bale Rope and Twine, CONSTANTLY on hand and for sale oy B. MERRILL, oeUfl Monroe street. Economy. llsht, elegant oad cheap Patent SPRING MATTRESS, for saie ny sep-S-tf H. M. GR05VENOR. A NEW, may . ' - nivv v a hi New Y6rkPoVtefflce. The employment U fitted to either sex --station in life Immaterial. It Is an artlole of dally consumption, and can be manufactured In anysperioa's Swelling-, secured by eopyrlghl ,; saleja. , " flour. An agent is wan-u im -h-j J 21-lm 3t D M. DUROSE. A TTORNBY AT ".AW, Memphis, Tenn. Offlce on east r .(da of Main street, between Jefferson and Attains. Refer to F. Titus. McEwen. Harris & McNeill, J. D. WUllami, W. B. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.; Moon, Titus & Co., New Orisans. jani -ir 100 Barrels Flour. VARIOUS Jiran i, from the beat Extra to Superfine, fir .ale by B. MERRILE, petjg.'j Mara strSst. Pianos : A SUPERIOR assortment or Pianos and Meledeoas, lJnst received by sep2S-tr H. M. GR03TEN0B. Carpets Sr Curtains TTTST received, a large assortment of elegant Velvet J Brussels, Tapestry, Three Ply, Superior and Common Carpets, Rugs, curtains, cornices, -tc sep-S-U H. M. GROSTKNOR. Chancery Sale of Two Valuable .iesroes. - TtURSUANT to a Drecree ot the Chancery Ceurt at U . , vr.--.l- T--. ISM in t case of Joseph Lenew and Archibald Wright, Adm'rs of Albert G. Underwood, dee'd, snd others, ex-parfepetitloa to sell Slaves c, Iwinoa Tuesday, 24th February, 1856, in front ot my offlce. in the city of Memphis; proceed to sen to the hlgheit Mooer ror cam, Two Valuable Negroes, belonging to the Estate or saWA. G. Underwood, dee'd vix- Negro Man named HENRY, a No. I Plasterer, anil his wile AGNKS, aa exeeaent noose or -ucne a snvaat. Sale at 11 o'eiseE A. M. jai4-dawtd JOHN C LANIER. 0. - M. ESTRAYS SHELBY COUSTY. TAKEN up by S!it y Kedait, on tne i.tn day of January, 1357. a sorrel MARE, s$out fifteen hands high supposed to be about twelve thirteen vrars old. blazed face, both hind feet white up to the hock a smalt saddle mark on her Kf t side and wind DroEen veinea at 513. aiso, a us-- -j HORSE MULE, fourleea hands high, "three years old. a strip running down e.ch shoulder and along the back, maae reached and tall shaved but grown out again. Val ued at $75. Said Red-it resides at Green otrom, avo mUes East or Rale'gh Taken np by Benjamin Cash on tB iota cay or Janua ry, 1S57, a brown MARE, seven years old, 14X hands high, white spot on the nose, both hind ret t white. Vsl- nedatS . aaia t.asn res es iu ton x-m wiwv about three miles East r Germ antown. Tikea rp 6y .. J. B. . Winn, on tne lutn oay 01 rnary.IS-7. a bright bay HORSE, about tea years old, sixteen hand hUh, left htad loot white. Valued at 565. Had oa aew saddle aad brldfc. Said Winn resides lathe city or Memphis, 5th Civil District. A. 3. TuOMAa, rehl5.w2t Ranger Shelby county. Smokers, Attention! Prrr reciived,lSO,000 Cisars, rangiag la price from .10to40athou.and,by H. H. POTTER, dscIS Mala-.t., M door North Woraham.Honse. h i ! .r