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MEMPHIS, TENN.. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1857.
VOL. VIII.-,-N.O.. 12.
JK ANAHAN HUTTOiN & GO.
fotcls, gltstaurattis, fa.
lanlaliffit Sujpltcs, (Bit. nixmh:
P IBUMKD BA1IA -T
JNO. K. M'CLANu "
K TOHbef, LBOKIDAS TROUSDALE,
-NPTHS- BENJAMIN F. DILL,
. ri5? - Cats and firm or
' olknasj Sutton & do-
TO yntOK ALL "LETTER ON BCSISE!!, OB OTHER-!
WISE, SHOULD BE ADDRESS BB.
PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION.
,B3r, advaac, per annum .$10 00
Trl-Wely, " " " S
Weekly, " " " 3 08
J3 the Weekly paer nffl be tarnished to Globs ef Ton
MtanycJ at $2 M each payable lavasUbly Id aa
MMK aad every Clab to lie made as at om edaos.
- - 13" A U subscriber aad a mw will fee liken to
gether a; St M each.
JC la aa case wai the paper be rest to Bewsahscri
ten anhu the order lor the teat fa attested with the
13- All IHUt sahrateUflM wOl c stdered doe and
payable ha f-paarly in advaaoe.
M- The foregoing term ffi be strictly aad rigidly
j, DAILY RATES FOB. ADVERTISING.
Adepts ty -4peal aae J3aoie aa .&tirr.
-.Far m aqaareof hmHaeeorlets, oaelaertiaa...$I 09.
For each additional Insertion of aaaae SB
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try Oaa aaara, rcae able eea y, per aanam, 00
" iwtee a week, 80 00
rt- Two Maarea. renewable ly. per aanani, 00 00
- twice a week. - 00
- All aarertleneata reatiired to be lw t oa nconl
lage, cbamid as raw each dav, aad 00 third ja' ,
:aa ad mre aver stated rat .
Adert:samaU dirrct.-d to be displayed, ar set in
vlaraa'-pe, arte- dolble rate
t Tcarly adwtisers wi 1 be char exata far oeM
ggmt iac er a attract, aad whea lare type if re
paired to be osed, or tbe adrertlaeo a t kept aa iaaidt of
IV Taarir ad ertwe 1 wfll be mc) r at rei Tar
cabas far waata, e a, aiasi an. lmi -
MB . To Cooaaraaes. c.
tJ-TK 1IEST .lOTtaTJSlWa MOOT BE paidfm
3- Xo adeertrvaaent w iU appear la the Weekly pa(er
.aaa r by apee'alca atract.
rj- AdTertueanta to be ineerted ia IbCWeesty pasr
aoly. ar at in ratar mterrall ta rtth o the papers, wfll
he chand .! pereqaan for e r iaaw ttua.
t3 Aanoaa a caaatdaaea far State, Oaaty and Ka
eipaioatoea, $aach, to be paM ta adraace hi ev 7
tjf AM adverrlMaaeats far CharHaae laetttatlaev,
Omapaaka, wrd , Tawa, a 1 other PaMIe eetli-,
to ! charced half price.
. TJ Marr tacea aad 9eath arc pahHahad f aew ; bat
laitaaraea. TrtaaU. ml Xeapoat and Faaerai larttathw a
father adao -tlataai ta.
tf All L !1 aad Traasteat Adrtrtlse meats ye Bt be
tarai by the inmrthai.
13" Xditoriai Natsoaa ta local CoinamwIS be charged
. Ic t per ttae.
f-iad-laaer-Hiattaawni be made troaa the
, rate a.
XcCLAXAHAK. HOTIV s UU.
v ihrrV vw v w -
DISK. MOMA2V & BROWX.
OFFtCKua Adama street, ia rear of Joars, Braa;
0-ea Jtata at et. Dr MwmaB's pel ideuc
Jrrhsls -liatjli 11I Taca aad EUnttaUeets.
Jim . -. . . - k win r T
W. tif. nti.ixrtl.uiuuui
CO-nXUBat AT LAW, and Krai Eatate Ageat. Xapa.
I ai, A ' '
Jtefer to A. Wright Xhj , andCol. X. G. Payne, Mem
pbt; Jade 11 L Carnthrs, Snpreme Court; E. G.
Mnttia rn. Xa-hviile; Major 6. A. Heary,Cmrk
Titte, Ttaaand Sen. T. B. Kioainuy, Doha oa.. Ark.
A3t. G. PAYNE,
TttmXEf AT UW, V-rpbis. Teaa.
f-U Mx BaiMW. JeUersua stieet
t law, routoioc, jataa., wiu
strieUy to a.1 prsteastoaal basmeas waica may m
otraat d ta him ia aay at the Court of Nona JiMaas
j . Mona ......J.
ttSOX & KERN, ,
ATTOSHSTS AT LAW. General CoOt-Jag sod Laod
Ageata. far taeXatthera aad Hastna CoanUca of
, DK8 ABC, A (
T . . ...
t,. O. RIVES.
ATTOBKET AXB COUXSaXOB AT LAW, Xemphlt,
ftmm. ma ta tarn Pact Odhce BatMibS.
ABbeame-oeatraa-dtaida carawM Jeoetye prompt
aad f aithtol atteatloa. OntWctloo promptly mad ia the
imwaaadm gceaateese WeatTeaamiiL Mlujlulpai aad
Arkansas. , -
j i-dwiy . f
-r va BS-irKI. aiLBSBT. SB.
I f w snr Wei Btt4. and noinaed htt
C cbroaic Diseaaes : Caaeera, Seroaala, Wbl e 9nglC
T , aad Weas. w tthoat Bat alcal apn ratMes. mc
efirrTBimsai,arsUH, aad ail totma at
Dr G. ' "" tt unn-o "arr to say more, as ae mm w
at all sm ia" aiaaaocass from Haiae to Oregoa.
. W. AeUBC...... ..H. M. AGREE.
w s- TT- sr. ACREE.
DBNTI8TB. U ce cnaw Bt., "
atrsrt, between Hats a t rroa v rw,
i .. .
Ail Datal uperaaauaa rrnw
the laaat po'sibte pain Diseases of the Alveolar Ilwsf
aad earn treated ia the most sfcUlfal awnaer. XBII or
partial S. ts of Teeth set oa Gatta Percha or Gold, wfsh
the latesl rmproremoiite, aad auA&A tied.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
G-onora.1 Tmnri. gon.t.
-fSJKArmtbrae y-aas-Try to the locaUnc of Sii amgt aad
YlV Scrip aad WarraaU ta the J--rt aad Bileaa
Btnrtfl I, selling Land aad paytag Tax i.
B eraham. Xemphts.Tmn.; A. 8. Hoey, Ltttl Hoc ,
W. st Fol-asL "
Kal T. Koll. Miaa.:
3. Norton 4c Co., N. O
W . BaUi.Xa
C. W. Boara, Jackaonport;
I. A. ANDERSON.
IT LAW. 3Ln rphis, T-na,
. O-os la
A Tutrf Baiiais. aver JSanaaclaVa Brag Store,
DR. WX. HEWW-
TwriX -act..- m!tcuw, on the priaclple that the is
YV smmt ia aatarateias', aad .a all sotacteat. OOsce
'jj-iV ia Ui Pr.t Otaos BaUdlast, aeeaad
tar tram the Post OfBce. H rooe on tbe ooraar of
tiiiiiawli aad UlioU .treets.
Oal i - Btoiims) X. Adama Bq., Hjrwrod coaaty.
Hcr.P.B Btaaa, Dr. J. B. Jiadsa, Payette ooaaty.
aTs-acrri ie. I.-q.,F T. Mac'io. Xaq ,Tipta osaety.
J. L Webb, J. B. Ashe, Jtempois.
.T. 5. trHITE. ill.
X Afloat WWpwaa eaaaty. Tmrtng nJ
!l - to the MHisei;.
aU Kvl raa-. aae door wru of Waraces Aaa
Sa An. Basil" -aae gs Pontotoc street, asath aMt,
a. T.Mrfc .ad at. Vat tin. tai s u
-T- r - - -
. Oatca e tr C.
ATTOftNBT AT LAW.
W. Cherry h
?. r- BROWN.
t -frSRKET AT LAW. Marion, Art., practieeslil
f rhUUlw.'CTicteBdea, MittlMipri, Grsea, Bahdolph,
fcwrTlH-id-', Poinsett, .Prsnri,
mfM-a rbvmiTMHI. tn ArUBN. wv.--a
.moiu EB. A. BEECH ER.
wickersham: & beecher,
t TTOBKKTS AT LAW. Memphis, TetDessoe. Office,
JX X Jeffcraaa at i "'.
Jt, V. KICK ASUJaOK . . T7 . -w. WHBATLET..M. A.IIIQOS
itiohirdson, Wheatley & Higgs,
i XTORKKTg AT LAW OfScr on tbe comer of Secoad
X. ssaa caars atreeis, atempois. iqm.
JOHN A. NOOE,
TMBXBT AI LAW. OBSce in the Pest Offlee BaBd-
. wit AVB OrtUNSBLOR AT LAW, MerMdns
A - fMaoa. saath sidi ot Ooort Saaare, aaa der
uutal Hrlsiii''i Aaettoa Hoose, up stairs.
i Tntvmxwr AT LAW. Covington, Teaa. All bait nil d
A bsi ait i f " i M" win rt eive prompt attentfcs
riR. TWOS. K.EL.k.ES,
t if i-1 tmHi .Alabama. 1ms located permanent.
I iT nuii. I - i asters his serviees tothepabt'c
taBtMhra chesof bis profession He baa takes tbe
ijg TaaStiiaoii ae pied by Dr. Bryan, comer ot Shelby
scUJa m stroaia. Having raeeatly mode a aaref al and
aMtrsa sail fflr- of Bargtcal laatrameats, he is prepared
isrl the operations of Sorcery. Residence on Sheby
staM Mtssaas -Has aad Tret raat streets
.... D T. DUROSE,
i lOsUTBT AT T.AW, Memphis, Teas. Offlee tn east
A KoSa atrcas. betwees Jetfersen and law
. Ktrar ta X. THas, MaBt-a, Harris fc MJNriS. J. Dv
WMIasaa. W. B. MHer and Miles Owen, Je phlsTennfl
i . "L" - -.:;.; uf ff i' i . ii if 1 ' i' i iAfM- !- jjMlSSimm j mmHimitmtn i miu imi-s'tfhT i iml n
A. S. HANCOCK. O. CLARK.. ..SEO W. THOTTEU.
LatonnntaBHeB LaU Aydllt & late or Saraerrttle.
IIAXCOCK, CLAUR & GO.,
Wholesale and Helail Grocers,
BAGGING, HOPE, BACON, LABD,
. PORK, FIj&VR,
A 11 T-r-i-r-trfra of Produco,
NO. 16 FRONT SOW, MEMPHIS, TKNN.
- Co-Parfnersliip Notice.
MR It,TON MCKNIGHT, lair Ntw Orteaai. ba'
become associated with ns tn the Grocery and Com
mUoiea Butineas dating from the l?t in ft The ftjhrof
the flrra hereafter be GATES. WOOD McKNlGHT
Jlemphia, Teb. 10, 1807. GATRS WOOD.
S. M. GATES A. M. WOOD V. Si' ICI1T.
GATES, WOOD & McKNIGHT,
Ca v o c a v s , odncc
-; NO. 3 UNION STBEKT, MBMPHU .
AGBNTS HaTard Powdw Oompaay; Centers' TTV.tt
Lead and OU Company, St. I.li; fur tale of IJ?
EXC0UUAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
HUHER & TTIXKELItrAXXa
e? M JP M T & M 8
3Iaiii-Sr., 3d Doer toelovr Union,
:h Tin-pared nil all mere mine
Tloui-e Oaipuitfrrig afcd I an. Rare basl
n witb af-aloesa anodtapatch.
Bairi-.c o1 Va-a.ablna; (xecated In
TTe warraut all work doae ia oar ste p.
. J. J. JESSY i
JA31ES BOKO Ik. CO.,
NO. 2 HOWARD'S BOW, J4EMPU1S, TKJN.
J. C. JAGOBI & CO.,
(No. 3i8 Slain, bet. Tnlon and Gayoo-ste)
Iaportcrs ani Manufacturers g
HAVANA & DOMBSTISr
CIGARS ASD T0BAC6QJ
-HMs iXTl.T oa hand, a large aaaartaent sC tM Jacn
L faroriU brands, at mo'erate prixs.
A. J. WALT & CO., -
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
G M O M M & ,
AHD DEALERS IS ALL KIXDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Seetheast Corner of Mala nnd TJnlen Sts.,
HATE always on band a will and carefully s163
stock of articles in their fee, which they will sell at
the low eat carreat rices,
tj- Orders promptly ailed with dispatch.
J. V. FUSSEMi,
xsro. -17 ?sisrT -S-oxtct,
vdl-U ME3IPIIIS, TENX.
T). PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
J41 Slain street, MciP"ls-c"R-.
THE Btgbest martat prwea paw w '""7"
TaBew, Lard aad Soap Grease. weei-lt
CANDEE, MIX & CO.,
-eTxrvx7- 3st, 1857.
TX offering oar cam to tae panic -r
I i iw, f.,r l ho verr iiberal patroaace rxtaod-
a aa darimr the past year, airf promise r to
faraMi oarcaatoaaers the Liw.n, vn- "
BKST aKLKCTKU STtH -
-- '-tTtll Ml fiMMiI-Hy I mc jniia.i
. . a il- u lorn
Mrkt. mud wtU teep tu fully supplied with every 4ra-
Staple end Fancy Dry Goods, sc.
V. .tl . the best braads of D0-
AIKST1CS, OSNABUEGS, ic., w bich w oar at
-CAIVBEBa MIS. & CO.,
Wholesale and ReUil Dealers in
CARPETING, ' CLOTHING,
MII.EINERY COODS, &c,
1gla-tei 8M MAIN-ST. MEMPHIS, TKNN.
So. 36 Jfdiios-f., bclvecn Front Row and -Vain,
M Itil PHIS, TENN.,
WOULD respsotruUy in(iii:U: worth tats of Kern
phis and sarsaasu'lng ooantiy, that be has it -tarned
fr-a tbecitaw of VlrginU, where he estabilahed
a penaaneat Aoeacy I r tbe aaie of aU grade of VitSla
UTohacoi, aad iatends to keep prtiuntly onbanJa
st-M-k equal to the demand, at min.ractiirCT' prh J,
Being f oily SUs to compete witU tbe New Turk, Brt
aHra,C4aanDaUand New Orleaos markets, be tarltat
theaMtatiaaof abd aiera ia the above article to tb
stoet befor. pn.-ds eUowbeac. ..
ecSt-d w tf j. n. 5HA sra.
A. r. M'CASE...... ...V. S. WILLIAMS.
McCANE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to Wheat k Taylor,)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Davall'8 Bluffs, Arkansas,
At titer of e MewyMtmd LittU Rtck RaU
roc or. White Rtvtr. x-
i avM & n.t&nLiv oa aaaa 2wrar. uu.i '. ,
Jl FW?. Wniaa, and all other articles Baaatly kapt
. rfreOPrT. WUrl a W 1U o-is av a -a --- '
etrnaae for H'd-, Furs and Peltrks, or any athor arttelse
tbieuibt to the mart-i.
, 1 1 ,
t?- , Dnnli'. MaSrS. wiH be forwarded
munedilteiyas there are always wafoaa aad teams B
readiness to haul to any potat,
jS 9 G O & 1? &
We are now rt vrving ana op-- ,
Fall and Winter
COKSIsn KG of every variety of Staple andFaaey Dry
Good asaalli kept in this market. Saerfiae Watk
aad Blae uleths, CassinvTes. DoeaWaa, Oaaks, MantBas,
Kot-Antkit-e, Velvet Shawls, t- latest IMes
n i r:-vl or a awriw anallty ; Cape BbawH, a
tarcehrtof Waokets. Negro Cloth. Br,H.i.6
Otothtag. Boots ae anoes, uata, ,
too aameroas to meatkm. .
AH I a 1, "Vf one, come all," aad .x,rrac my
stock, before raa-iug year parchaees. I boaght en the
. , -a iL. halt BR
very beat terms, aaa am r-nn a -
it, seS me. I shaH adept tbe Cash Ststem, esa pt to
punctual defers. 02Ki
otl3-dtwawEm Old Stand ot Itogeton &. Nstfl.
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
M ATS 13 F ACT -UBU,
No. 6G Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
. . a I trtTHI -Td ,
'T?T9 A..Aa. U. -.mt-ra -- fr. Csf Othtr VjUII
"Mffi SH VI iawv.-wa --- iW
CO msnufactnrers. He 11. alw. Iathar.T-t
-Sol and Upper, isir " t
tcanShoeFindiogs, Trunk, Carpet can arm w-
i,f which ha wll seli as rheup as anv m inis
" " - . . . ..nwKiaillf aaas;nfrp-
A. gTKEET & CO.,
MANTFACTORERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, betweea Main and Second Streets,
augl2 MEMPHIS, TEXN.
1 TORNKT AT LAW. Meapfao, Teen. Omce m tbe
f Fort Offlco Bhxk, aver Aydlett Co., third story.
Tlv. tt. g- T.ASItl.
-rr ITT? QitrphniH.Ti nrf rHrpctr of several Hospitals
JLl in Oerennv, ni'mber of diflerrat Medical Sodettes
In New Tork has located tn the city of Memphis, and of
fers bis services to tbe public a' Physician, jLccoucua,
.ifAMMfiMU In jtn 1.1 9
SXMtte ea Washington street, between Main irrd
mr TH1T.l.TVTIK"E..15sa..as rcmovedd
H - snr-iheStorecaad Commission Hesse 'of Fowltes,
Monnt ts. Co., on Jefferson str est, betweeff the Post Office
and Mala street.' -. ' ' n "ipeia-tx
the beat style.
(Jits as a eaa.
BOOTS & SJlOMSs
E. M. ArrEBSOS...-C. DELOACn.. ..DAVID APAMi.
E. 31. APPEUSOX & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AKD DEALERS I.V
BAGGING.BOPE, GROCERIES, &c.
iVO. 66 TROSTItOW, end C JEFFEIISOX-ST ,
PAKTICCLAR attentiga paid to Storms, Shipping IJ
PRATT'S COTTOX OIXS.
WS are Agents tor tbe sale ot D. PRATT'S celebrated
COTTON OINS Ttblch barebetn ao fToribly known for
the latt BCtafcer ot yeari. Ptrsoaa T.ishtDS to parche
are reqaeeted to call and ezasune them. All GUu are
teM aader a fall eturanty.
lstrle-em . E. 31. 1 PPEHSON H. CO.
53- Holly Sprin. Miss., Timet ; Greneda. JIm., Re
publican ; Panola, Jiiss.. Star; Ban strille, Ala., Advo
cate; TttMcmbia, Ala , Enquirer; Brow nsriUe, Tenn.,
Joaroal, copy Mxmftnth.i. md stndhiji to tblt office.
A. HI. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Svcctttort to Fovocll $ Co.,)
1KO. 41 UXIOX STREET,
sep!7-ly NEW ORLEANS, IU.
S. WILDS TEUSOS, I
D. C. WtLLIAMt, 4
W. A. BUY AS,
) M. K. BRTAX,
Late of Fastis, HIS.I.J
Lata of LaGrange, Tenn.
YEENON, BRYAN & CO.
Cotton Fuctora, Commission and
No. 6 Front Row, orer Mench'3- & Galbralth's,
PABTICTL-VR atteoiion paid to Slorlag, Shipping tad
BeUingCotion. Chaises .r5 c-.st-per bale.
J3 All cotton ten' to ur -a iU be a vwd 2 inanranor ,
nnlesa otbtnrioe initrvcted. aagSS '.
T. B. NOR3IENT,
ott5i IF act or
MOS3Y & HUNTS NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock of lUiigtng and Rope always on band.
FELIX WAJUrSR,... ..S. C. SXIDER,
New Orleans, La. OofleerUle, MUs.
ITAlKEn & SNIDER,
C ott on 3? act o v s
No. 123 Canal Street,
JmylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Z. H. GATES A- a-
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOBS, GBOCERS,
rrodnco and Gcnsral Commission
IMC 23 O -2E 3 3NT ? S; ,
Ao 3 Union Street, bttteten Main and Front Row,
AFTER an active application to briiness, for OTer
elewBTeaM,'we,for the first time, solicit the p
treaage of our friends in the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We teH con fi. lent of oar ablltty to please swh as may
coaade their baslness to oar charge. Our stock of Bag
Cing. Rope aad General Soppiies will not be excelled in
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, ffl only be
made on coassgnments In store. Insurance on Cotton or
ether Produce, in store, will only be eff-tei upon actual
lnstractlsna, or when under advance. Shipments of
Cettoa by steamers will, at all times, be IB so red white in
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructs on
the face of bls lading.
To aH our friends who have so liberally patronised ns
dating years past, we shall offer the same Induccmtnta as
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
!nnl3-lawly GATBS ic WOOD.
WARDLAW HOWARD . T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DBAI.KRS in Bap; tag. Rope, Twmr. aunr, wwr, ,
taws, Bice, Floor, Lard. Itoon, Mackerel, Salt,
Loadea Porter, Ale, wine, wmkj,
Line, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock now oa haad, and for sale at leasonable prices.
trCaah advances msde on Cottons in store lor sale or
shtpm- nt. All Cottons Insured nnieae oinerwi mm"
ed. Onr Opt aPolicy of Iniarance covers all Cotton con-
siCBed to us by water; alo, tne nsaor zirc .uwi"
stere- oaless otherwise instructed. Our prices for stertng
and Launc Cottons, tbe samo as wa have charged. for
y.ars rt fifty outs rev bale.
J. II. REID.
B. REID & BRO.,
i-n 5 mnvr ROW. MKMPniS. TENN.
I lt. Cotton sent to onr address Insured, unless instruc
: . .. . mimm! Plantation
."1 tn. U IM I1H1 LI 91 T 1 a " " .
orders rilled with aaie.
and Sell Cottsn at fifty
e its tjt bale.
T f. ATDLETT '
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
DOUGHERTY & AYDI.ETT,
COMMISSION MERCIX ANTS,
NO 23 FR0XT ROW, MEMPHIS,
TT TILL make cash advances on sli (XtU a or other Pro-
VV loWimltoT.P. Ardlrtt Co., New Olt-ans.
I. L. REASLET A. W.LOVISO
REASf.EY & I.OVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission7.Iercliai.ts
G-oaoTl e3-r o o o r .3 .
NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock ef Rope aad Bagging always an hand.
A s.r- ai i eit. tot bale. al. other Produce at
usual raees. lnstmctlons strictly obeyed, ond prompt
t nua. AL I. edo.ee Insured, ualess otherwise ln-
CUDDY, BROWIi" & CO.,
X CAMP LrRKK", NEW ORLEANS. fgA
rIASn advar-.-s niide on aR Cotton cr cthrr PrcdtxSj
j n.-iiknit! it aUive. br MILES OWEN. Wt
. "janll-tf .
CottTjn Factor & Comnission Merchant,
Llosby & Hunt's New Block,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Sow, Memphis.
WILL pay vartiealsr attention tocuing ora-rsioi
. Grot rtos, Bagging aad Rope, &c.
C MASON 0. C. BOeKE t c. auaiuu
Hully Sb i S. ' LouitvUle, Ky. Ktptey, -is.
MASON, BOONE & XORVELL,
Coiaiaission & Forwarding Merchants;,
No. lOlMain-St., HemphiB, Tenn.
BACGrNG, Rope, Jeans, Llnseys. and a general stock
of Plantation Supplies constantly on hand.
No. 5 Monroe Street, oct Frout Row &Main,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sala and shipment of
Oe'.ton and other Produce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnUheJ at
lowest market Trices- . s.--.
T. 3. DAVIDSOK J. B. ELLIS.. A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
Ifo. 219 Main Street, Eat tide letaeen Jeferton and
Atamt, Al trip Alt, renn.
Tl OPK. Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
IX hand. - Jag20-daw
Laths and Shingles
T)OGERT&wmareslin making Laths, and are al
iS i TrrvTd to annril v the Duhlic with the best ar-
i irfe at reduced prices. They are slo making Shingles,
and will keep a supply constantly on hand. Mill on Wolf
river, abgve'tne nsyon. jury ia, -ao-iy
'Sale Rope and Twine,
LT on hand ana lor gate cy
- JS. AtaltltILL,
' '" "Monree street.
,.-. it tf &
a a.-.''i'- S
WALKEii & BROTHERS,
No. 79 Front Bow,
MANUFACTURERS OP CLOTHKG,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
STAPLE AND FANCY
Dry Goods, Boots to SUocs,
ARE last receiving and f peiilng a fplendM asortment
of Spring and Summer Goods, ta which they callthc
especial atfnllon of Country Merchants and Rlrer Tra
df rs Onr facilities are inch as to compete with any, ana
to nnderfdl a good many. Please call and S'o.
C. T. M. KOLAXD A. S. JIOEY
LITTiiE ROCK., ARli.
T) EFBR TO J. Knox Walker, Jliles Owen abCapt.
Newl,?ttlu?rer and Fowltes' Express copy H
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
rvFFERS bis services to the public end -ill gtre
U prompt attention to any bnsraess connected with hb
vitlonT IK may be feand at bis efflco on tlrf west
Bide of Jlain street, soata of Union, (Canoraii's Build
ing,) No. 316, cnless atssnt c professional business.
J. Cbadwkk, Hanry G. Smith,
J X PrcTtc , Rabertson Trp.
B S. WaddeB, Philip H. Tbcmps-UJ,
John S. Ctaybrook. J!?.-
"aTvaccaro & CO.,
foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, fiC,
NO. 208 MAIK-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & C0.3
Druggists and Apothecaries,
aXorn ttrett, next door to Odd FeSoai' Hall,
PDRS DRUGS AXD MEDICINES,
CUKUICALS. 'Surgical Instrumeuis, rancy wmj
Pamts, Oil. Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
MedMnis, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wtoes. ,.-..,.-i
3- Every article sota oy os '"" ' Y',Zi
aubjeet to be returned at onrxpense. JnlyS-1 y
ASD DEALER IK
Watches, Cloclts. ana jcwciry,
CORN'BB OF MAIN AND ADAlia-are.,
TAKES this saethod of Informing blsfrleaas,
and th pobUe general'y, that be has moved from
hisoldsur-d to tbe corner of Main and Adam,
...j. x. h-, he will take measure in exhibitinp
a new ana choice lot oi .-.!., ",
favor him with a call, and will be pleas-d to execrate ab
orders for repairs in his line. He hopes, by tenesiy, in
tegrity, snd bis aeons iiwm-,v r T..
and liberal patronage of all who may And It convenient U
visit his estabtlshment.
3 All onleri for repairing m era7-i.-u"
5ns promptly attended to. tn&UlJ
nmwr ... iin in Attr hiiness. we off at actual
cost for caih aad ce$h oat, our entire stock of Clothing
and Fnraishlog Goods. As the business must becjosed
up. aad to 0ihe stock must be soH, persons In want
of Goods in our line, win find it to th'lr to
give ns a call. KELLER & JOnNSON,
. , n..hl. 1U.J-V
. O LHI. S
Janl-Sm 273 Main street,
3 Eoq nirer copy three months.
THE HAZARD F0.VDEK tUJirArti,
MAN0FACTUKERS AKD DEALERS IN
H WING rMncal their prices to corre,pond with tb
redBctdcoft of Saltpetre, cool.nae to ioff-r tbeir
v-,..fc-i. ,r Ei.KirrRlO INDIAN BIFLB and
rrp.VTrricv rifle POWDER In kegs and carlsters.
Al, Omb Pi dcr or Blasting ami Mining, comprising a
full ass ,rtmf nt of qttalltle atJO kinds i joi d by tht
. j, , . -nt lr satisfaction.
The standard of their Powder, which has now enjoyed the
highest retuUtton tor more thin twenty-five years,, wu.
U found unsurpassed by any other m.nufactnre of the
k12r s.irt. city by G WES & WOOD Ageat. and
at the otBce ot tbe Compaay, No..S9 Wall, (career Water
slreet Netv Tork. A, G. UAZ.IED, r-
A E. DovolaSs, secy
j., ... . - "
-Till- 1 I . 4.
L THOMPSON & CO.,
(SCCCESSORS TO E. R. RACINE.)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
inuc IbViunUcs, W incs,
ASD THE riSEST QUALITY Or
YIRGINS A TOBACCO.
JEFFERSON STREET, (Brealhett Stoner's BuBding,)
Between Mali aaa aeconu.
TDST RBCB1VE0 Brandies, nenry Moanle K Co., 1S10;
.1 nu n.afin.fi iriR: Old tiaoade. 1S20I
W -- " . w .
OM Rocheii, anl difT'tent brandlags.
Wines, Champagne and Claret ;
Old Sooth side Maderia, Topat Sherry ;
Chsmpagr . Flear A" Bongy, Crista do;
Creei it, Olivier. OW Chan;prtia Denfundy ;
OM Tieux Caps Sparkling Bcrguody ;
nurata. Ohataux Margeaox. Latour Glass Stepper
Laatt, St. Bstpha, aud other brands, too nuraeroui
Soateh Ale. London Porter J
Vmatr Oroaerses. Jtc. he. ftffiS-dim
53" HuUy Springs Democrat epy three months,
send bin to this office for collection.
mnT' nrutt.imM!. at Lreent rTresentlng the hoasi
J. of BRBWER & CALDWKLL. New York, wfll make
liberal Oash Adraacesod Cotton consigned, to them for
sale. Appll at 47 iron I bow, cp siairs.
seiOT-tf WM. H. HULL.
, F. U. WILLIAMSON
and Rr-UII .r)alers In
C Uina.Glas and Earth
eiiware, French and
G.-rmon Vases, Filver
Silver Plated, German
Silver and Brifaala
Ware, Fine Table Cut-
1S3 Main Street,
Also Ijoo-ing Glasses,
Iiooking Glass Plates,
Tia Trays, Parlor
Girondolcs, c, c
G. B- ILOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
EEAIi ESTATE BHOKEH,
S3 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to salea of City or Country
Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every description,
T....t, t .r,H 5 in nd Warrants. Stocks. Renting and
f UIDIkBI.) -
Loaning Property, he .....
Storage and Consignmenis smiaM.
TT.-I.,., -.-.,! ,),. crrvlr i of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL,
- .JL.1i.j Hrtixwr lateof lluntsville. Ala-
b.ma, I am fully prepared to attend to conslirvmrnt-arid
sales of every uescnpiion. uuuai,
MADE OS COSIIOSMEKTS.
53-Storage and consignme ms sonuueu.
p7 s. I am Agent for The AdamS Express Company.
Valuable Negroes for Sale.
. ...flDnn. i .. . , --i.-.l fmm ITentuckv
&5 and Virginia, among tho number three good Me-
chanica. N. B. FOR BEST,
V mar7-tf No. 87 Adams street
25 ' Crushed "
16 boxes Loaf "
S tierces ot Rte,
10 bblt. Porter and Ale,
Which we offer nnusnallv low to the trade.
D0CGHERTT & ATDLETT,
tebl 1 No. 23 Front Row.
fftPPEE I COFFEE !
TUST received, per steamer Sinonit, and for sale low
j to tne trauc
200 sacks Coffee ;
25 " Java Coffee;
10 " Mocca "
D0UGHERTT & ATDLETT,
febll No. 23 Front Row,
mnReo-nartn-rshin heretofore exlstlne between Drs
X K. P. WATSON 4. A. L. KIM BRO, has been dis
solved by mutual consent. Dr. Klrabro settles tha old
" -N. B Dr. KIHEU0 win continue business at the old
oBcs, on Union str ;t Jarrat-oawatn
mnREE'HDNDRED boxes, K and U box;SStafCan
X dies, for laie oy, nv .
rxarl7 HANCOCK, CL'ARK U CO,
JIll,' 1 uju. 1 i.a:iij.i! ..sr
r -""TV ir" "
Comer of Hain and Adams street,
TIIIS House Is situated In the centre of business, ani
ls now finished and In completeorder. The 'Proprietor
pledges himself lt shall not be surpassed bf any House In
Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestowei.
on him for the last two years, he hopes by a street atten
tion ta bt-slness to merit a continuant of tbe same.
oc7.tf J. J. WORSHAM, Prbprletor
CORNER FRONT ROW AND JEFFERSON 3T3.
TniS establishment has Just nndergo-e thorough re
pairs In every department. Rooms newly paiu'ed
and papered ; bedding thoroughly renovated ; there Is net
even a mattress that is not new or equal to new carpcu
mostly nw, &c. In one word the bouse Is now la de
cidedly better oner than lt has ever been ilucx it w
built. Very grateful for the liberal patronage to the
House since I have occupied it, and having renewrd two
leafs, one en the House, the other upon my age, I hope
to be able to give mere attention than bttretofera. r
determined ta make my guests comfortable.
oe7-tf D. C0CKRKLL, Proprietor
dew Mestimrant !
ON UNION STBEET.
TnEsnbserlberreipectlnlly informs his cM friends and
ALL tbe public, that be has opened a new Restau
rant on union .trect, waere be ts propareu vo i
hc best viands that can he found in the market, strved
in the best Parisian styles, Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water fish, Biros in fact, everyi-ua s n"
to the- flm st and most delicate eplearraa uite.
Glvs tr' a call I have six diflcrent rooms for tne ac-
"eemiaodsuon of Privet Parties. I win not be outdone
In any branch connected wih mj bnsiaeM.
febSO-tf GU3. DBraiiwvr.
Corner$Main and Jacltson-sts.,
THTo well known notel, having cbaaged bands,
and bn theroagh.y tipaJruI, and provided with
new Ffrnltare. Is now oprn for tbe acaommoda
Tht public msy rt assond that evry erartion will
be made on the part of the Proprietor to render this
nauseorod t'. lie eta West Tennessee. Having active
and attentive . rvants. aad a table always furnished with
he best the country ansrds, be eenfldeauy rettes .cron
giving entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with
their patronage. WU. K. BENNETT,
53" En.;ilrr copy.
W0RSIIA3I HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PEALKR IN
Plain and Taney Candies,
Adams Street, under tlic wor-
KEKr3 constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Frails in tbeir cwn Joiee, Jellies,
Preserve!, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Ptekien oys
ters. Pickles, Ccrdiais, Byrups, nne v ines, jm-sii, au
kinds Nuts, &. . .
n pi - - in eonnecuon with tats esiae-
L I J1 - .1.1 wTl..ll-ln..nnMi
J V 3e3SaIo.w, and will receive FRESH
novl8-dly S. P. BKICHETTO.
P. H. HEINMCE & BE0..
197 MAIN STREET,
KEEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIN
and FANCT CANDIES CAKES, Fralts, Preserves,
etc., wholesale and retaU. We are also preparid to fur
nish parties at the shortest colic.
T -J It. !,,, I . -
open onr LADIES' aad
EM ENS' UlbTSK 5A-
from 9 o'clock a . M-, to 12
o'clrck r, St.. and are receiving during tbe whole season.
FRESH OY5TEKS oy every si-amT. ncsouai suoic-
of the inbllc patronage. novs-aem
GARVIN, BELL & CO.,
Nos. 442 and 444 Main-st , Louisville, Ky.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Manufacturers of Clothing,
DESIRE to Inform their customers and Merchants gen
erally, thst Ihrir larae stock of STAPLE DRV
GOODS it now full and complete; also, that they- have
rented and tilted up ttt house adjoining lr "
a. . Rir ir AND PANGT DRV GOODS AND VARIETY
STORE, andmade large additions to tbelr usual Stocks
in tho.e line. They particularly lavne aiirniraa io
their extensive and varied assortrrent of
Their StattrrBiM'fa ts aH of ibir own manufacture.
and as Ihey haveadaea largely to ibis orsaca oi u;cir
bosinesi, are prepsred to offtr grat Indttcements for
cash, or on time to prompt dealers; and to such they
p edge themselves to sell a low as siml ar Goods can be
bought in tne uasiern marxeu
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
h MANUFACTURERS OF
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP ALIi KINDS,
P1UNTCE11S' VKlvS, &C.,
Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
, FITZGERALD. ..Crf AS. C. BILL..J. WOODWORTH.
15. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Saccttiort to Part, Siapion 4r Co,,)
Grocers, Prodncc Dealers.
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 92 Pront Bow, llemphis,
B. W. ALEXANDER B- J. LASStNO.
ALEXANDEB & IiANSING,
NOS. 61 AND 55 LOCUST STREET,
&odjoct XsoviJLs, XVZo.
J. J. Mnrphy, Memphis; Cook & Co., Memphis;
Barnrt& Walkir, Todd Goyer, "
Charles Potter, " feb5-6m
JAJIES lOW & CO.,
US Main Street, Louisville. Ky.,
A RE now receiving their Stock of Dry Goods for the
CJ.comiug Sprirg Sales, to which they invite tho atten
tion of dealers. Their purchases of American domes tit
goods h.ve been made under the most fsverabte eireum
stasces, for ca n, bcfci-e the advance, which will ena
bte them t- cfur Inducements 1 1 the purchase of these
goods net to be surpassed by any dry goods concern In
tbe United States.
We Hatter ourselves to be able to sell Domestic Good
fully as low as they can. at present, be purchased Irom
th Dry Goods Commission Hons In the Eastern mar
kets. Wt, xsW h.ve on band of our own direct Importa
tion trom Europe, a large and well-selected stock ot Jac
mti Swiss Mulls. Nainsook. Mu Una. Cambric. linen,
Hmh-ie. ITandkirchicfs. Hosiery. Gloves. English Black
Black and wnit. ana macs ana uray rams, irauu
Plata Prints, English 4-4tbs, Purple and Chocolate Prints,
toe, ther ivUh a full as-ortmrnt of Goods suitable for
men's wear Examine our stock before makingyoar pur
rhss. and vuu wnl find that we have made no state
ments that we aro not fully able to make good Jeb7-d2m
GENERAL V03I3IISSIQX WERCI11NTS,
Main street, Louisville, liy.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rop, Bag
ging, Jeans, Linseys. he. Jan23-ly
O. SMITH. ...B. r. GUTHRIE.. ..GEO. J. ROWLASD.
SMITH, GUTHRIE &. 0.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 561 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Jatil3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
C. 21. HARVEY R. B. HARTET,
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR perrons! attention
will be given to the Sale or
Forwarding ot Goods
Produce consigned to our1
2fZeZZi address. We 111 contract Fretcht on the
above f r re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience in our market
in the purchsslng of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
REFER TO cook A. oo., J. C. Gilfftng K Bro , specu
& Strange, Hannah Shanks. dec!2-ly
WATT C. BRADFORD.
IO D0Z. Crucibles, Nos. 18 to 40;
16 Circular Saws. 43 to 60 Inches;
300 bb's. Newark Cement;
200 " Platter Paris ;
A good stock of Gum Bolting;
Flies ot a superior quality, all sixes ;
French Bun Mil! Stones, all sites ;
A large lot tuperiorjieltlng Cloth ;
For sale low at the Union Fsundry, Poplar strat.
Choice IrishlCotataes. " '
SACKS for salo HylK-
ttt r jpRPB. MERRTIX.
Mi Al" rSNoS,yonrt..stmt
t ' A
- i nr -
8. B. TULLlAilISON,
fSucccMor fo mitiamton f Hcneoek,)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars &c.
NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MKMPHIS.
Received this Day,
VUfiOkegsNo. I Leaf Lard;
23 tlerct a Sugar-Cured bams 5
20 kegs Shot, assorted sixes;
100 hi's Whisky.
All of which wo will sea cheap for cash at JTe. 49
Front Row, Memphis.
Ml 3. B. WILLIAMSON.
THE inhscribers keep on hand the fettawlng articles,
which they warrant to ba ot first quality, and for
ale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sugar, Coffee, Teaa and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead ;
Brandlrs and Wines, superior article ;
Lime, Cement aad Plaster Paris;
Together with a general assortment of "aH articles nsu
tlly kept in a Grocery store.
GWTNNE h. GIBSON,
lalyg Nos. I and 2 Bxchanre BtLldisg.
jpm w GO OJ&
E3VrPOBITILI OP FASHION,
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
and Mantilla Establishment,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are Dow receiving and opening one of
the largest and most magnificent stocks of
French Mininery and Fancy Dry Goods,
ever b ought to this oity. Also a very select assort
ment of Kith Dress Gocds, entirety new Silks, Cash
meres, Mrenos, DeLaines, and a larg variety of all
styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dret.es.
We call aartlcular att ntioa ts our MUIu&.ry Depsrt
mtnt, centuttng of Chenille, Moss and Dncot Velvet,
Satin, Silk, Grecian. Italian and English Bjonets; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $6,000
worth ot Hue French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese
and G Impure Laces ; all styles of
Embroidered, Velvet and Clotlt
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head.
Drees, Ladles' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, KM Gloves,
Furs, Trimmings ot all descriptions for Cloaks and Dress
es, e , e.
N. B. Embroidering and Stamping done. Cloaks ml
Dresses made to order in a few hours at cheapest prices
Ladles, pleae call before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
octl N. Sni LMAN k CO.
ETCIIAVAIIIVE & BRO.,
SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the -fS
XVOLSHarn Lake Road, bare on hand a One as-lfe
?g9-or!mtnt of SHRUBBKBT, in every
4j?t- parlment, cossIstlDg In part of
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, XceVAViucs, &c.
A1m, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va
rieties, with a good supply ot Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubatb and Astragus.
Orders from a dlstacce, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punc
tua'ty attended to, and all Plants guarantied to ord.r
and delivered to any part of the city, free ot charge.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens tn town
or country, at the shortett notice.
f.b20-2m XTCHAV1RNE is BRO.
jvGreen, oa,d respectfully say to hlsoM
tejt friends and customers that he is still al
tv - tbe okl stand, with a good supply of Fruit
'lrves, consisting of
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, la va
rlties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagas.
Orders from a dl.tance, accompanied with draft or order
on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be pasctuaHy
attended to and all planta goarantl'dto order aad de
livered any pai t of the city, tree of charge.
Nursery on Mais strest, South Memphis.
cctlt-dSm Receiver of Mey Green.
TO HORTICULiURISTS AND PLANTERS.
I would respectfully remind the citizens
of Memphis and au- nunding country thst
tbe season for transplanting Fruit and Or
namental 1 rees Is fast approaching. Great
additions bare been made in every depart
ment, mora particularly among Fruits. A more select
and varied collection has never been fferd for sale In
tbe Southwest, consisting In part ot orer one hundred
Catawbs, IssbeUa, 0M, Scuppersong, Cslllornla, etc
Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberries, Strawberries, Carranta,
Gooseberries, etc; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas
Pecans, taesnuts, etc, etc.
Green-bouse plants. Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.)
Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are
nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora.
In a dKton o tbe above, I am now receiving a large lot
of Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence ot havtng to
move most of my stock on hand.I will sell it very lew.
Purchasers may rely on everything being what It 1
represented, and sales may be effected oa very favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the
Kiiiroaaueoot, or auareising
ocll-dSm S. It. WHEATON.
P. S. Drrlng my absence from the city, all orders will
meet with prompt attention lt left at tha store of J.
WlHberser. S. H. W.
THE enderstgnrd, having been qualified as Adminis
trator of JOHN A. GARRISON, dee'd, at the March
Term, 1827, of the County Court of Shelby, notiaes all
persons ladtMcd to sad deceased to make lranedU.'
payment, and those having claims against said d. cedent
are pqnested to present them In tha time and as the law
directs, or they will be for ever barred.
msr8 dim JAMES R GARRISON, Adm'r.
SIX PIANOS fn-m the world-renowned
manufacturers. Messrs. CS Icier in c
Sons, tbe original Jonas CfaIckriBg, were
shipped to us on the 27ih of February, per
ship Malibar, and will be receliedln a few days, which
we shall offer for sale at the manufacturers' prices, ex
penses of transportation added only.
McKINNET & CO.,
rrarlO 192 Main street.
Hallett, Davis & Co.'s Pianos!
aiA,i&&a oi uwse nnivera;iy popular
Piano Fortes Ore cow in store and eleven
to rrive per shins Uiairalha and Mara-
fAonand bark Allot xM ef which will be
sold at extremely short profits by
marlO McKINNET K CO,
Ravcn, Racon &, Co.'s Pianos!
j- i ruum u, riauoi iroo mcuu. iuiu.
'. . i . . v - I
uiaciurcr., seven uonr ou rur umiu,.
shipped last m.nth per snips hcjuoutq
and Sheward Knatv. Thes. Pianos are
so wel known In Memphis and the surrounding country
ti. i rnri7,rnsitiA frfim ns Is Titinecessarr. only adding
that we can afford and will sell them at less Pricss than
nereioior. i.uj --"-"-
Albert W. ILadd & Co.'s Pianos!
EIGHT rlAXOj rroni luc wauuutiwj
of Messrs. A W. Ladd St Co , Bolton,
shipped on the ship Marathon. These
Pianos will be due here next week, and
will be sold low by ,
PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSE.
2Pnctors , "tuls-O Uotioo.
THE undersigned having leased the spacious Cotton
-ivrrthamt. earner of Monroe and Third streets.
lately occupi'd by Messrs. Chapmsn Sc. fjo., are prepared
t stAve Cotton. Whisky, Salt, Sugar and MerchandUe
generally, upon favorable terms
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAVINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
Noi-36 Madison Street.
THIS Institution, having betmorganlted under a charter
granted by the General Assembly ef the State ot Ten
nessee is now ready for business.. Tbe Directors for the
FRANK M. WU111S, auw oi m. ruuia, J rt l.
C J. SELDBN, E'- M. AVERT. Cathler.
n" the charter, married women and children may de-
Msit all sums ol not less than $1 per week, subject only
to their control. Interest allowed on all deposits for
mare than four months, at six per cent, per annum. Ex
change ortXew Tori and New Orleans. Collections aide
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Tenn.. Dec. 7th, 1856. ly
PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS ! !
WE are manntact nrlng the "Bolivar" and 'Livings
ton" Ploughs; Persons wanting them win give us
,cttt-i - A.'STREETt& CO.,
. teb5-daw2 . . . , . , Poplar street.
K : .-" t"
a -fii' " sn -"
iiajfl 'aajs i a i '.isaiju.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Harurt, ttlihout Ertai
of Guage or Change of Carl or Baggage.
BRANCH FROM OENTRALIA IS NOW FINISHED,
Thus shortening the time to slxteex) hours to Chicago,
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cara
. leaving the same Depot, far tftdrelt, Niagara Fans,
Rochester, Albany, New Tork, Boa ken, and aH Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Oars from
Cairo to Niagara, and Uueo from Cairo to Albanr. and
four from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New
Tork, forty-atae hanrs. Pare as low. and aorafurt great
er, than by any othrr route. PASeors through are
hot subjected to the delays coasaatteat ft the f reorient
changes by short lints ot Railroads tioogh Indiana aad
Ohio, to the East and North.
Also. eaaaecUng at Chicago with MKhhraa Soathern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, aad the Bast, with Lake
Shore Kattroad and Steamers for Raetaev Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, etc., and with a sptend Ltoa of, FtntOatt
Steamer for Sanit 3U Marie, LiX Ssperior, CoMlag
wood, TeroBto. he.
"rains leave Cairo Every Morning aad' Eitnag as fol
6.-05 A. il., Chicago and DOEleiMi Express, Ssadays
ThH Tram eoanects ar uaicago girr cw xor ugftt
ateg Bxpross, over Michigan CenUa?rOrat. Western aad
New Tork Central Kanroads, thrsngu wsrxuiy-ooe noars.
This Train also cennecta at Saadeval with Oil la and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Loals aad ViacenrMn; at
Paaa, with Trains f tho Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis Baaread, for Indianapolis, Louis viBe and Oiar.a
nati; at Decatur, .nth Main Line Expre s, for Gaieca,
Uuideith; the latter coBGecung with Tratna to Sptlng
Md, NapVa, Rock Island, Burlington aad Qatar.
6:10 F. sr., New Tork Express, Saturdays excepted.
StopgeBiyatlmporuntautioaa, except on Signal,
coaavctiB with Main Line Day Express from Decatur U
DaurettL, aaa unvtng at Chicago at - r. 21.
Paaseagers for the Upper Mustssippi, win aad at Dtrs
Milb, steamers of the Duaseith and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on tbo arrival ot either Cairo
Tram for Le Cruaae, Reilwmg, St. Paul, c raseng?r
for Janesvine and Central and Eastern Vl9Cu.sai. con
nect at frtport with Trains to Bjtort a09aaeviBe, and t
from these. 1 to Madises and Central aaauKastern Wis- 1
TheMapaard Charts fncHcatiag the Great Central
Roete to tbe North and Ea.tare aa exact tMascrrptof
Cotton's Map -t the Units atis, and passeagt.'a are
r tstd to examine this roots a well as tbo rutaiBg
tirae cards of the coaaectiag Roads, and Judge for them
setv 1 as to theeorrectaess of the above statements. The
opening ot the Illinois Central RaarMd from Cairo to
Chicago, and thas forming a speedy aad direct means ef
commuaicatioa bet ween th- Cpper Lakes aad Rtves, and
tbe Lower Mississippi, afford to tbe pfeasur? traveler,
a well as the baslness man attraclieBS and facilities
for reaching the North and Bast, which sarpass thosaef
anv other reals whatever. The accomme&itiess fur-
ntod by tbe Cnmpaay for the convenience of the trav-
eting pabltc, thepermanercy of the road and strnctare.
the strength and eiegaEee ot the Baatnes and Cars, cam
mead themselves to those who desire la traveUax need.
comfort aad tafety.
tickets uuuu ruK ONE ijsai;, witt tne pnvuege
of laying over at any point, ran be had at Meatpats,
Cairo, aad at the principal RaHiesd Offices oa the ttae.
WILLIAM MORIN, Aaeat,
Junt-lv Mempbts, Teaa.
C5- OSVce. No. 15 Jeflfcrsoa street.
EAST AND N0HTH.
JS 2 I Sj M O c
RAILROAD connectieat direct from MBMPHIS to
Nw Tork Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing ton
CHy, Richmond, Charleston, aBd Savannah.
THROUGH T1CKBTS sold to the taUewisg petals:
Nashville, Chattanooga, Aagasta, CbariestoB, Wilming
ton, Atlanta, Moalgoeaery, Colum as, Ga., Macea, aad
THROUGH TO XASUVILXE IS 2J HOURS,
Through TIck't OtOce at the CeauaercUl Mot I, Mesa
phu.Tenn., P M. PA1TMRSON, Agent.
TtckMs always good.
Fare as lew as ay any other Bret-etas, reate.
For Passnt(r, a n-w route is bow opd to EAST
ERN aad ATLANTIC CITiE ' ua.nrpasse'i la cemiort
s nd safety direct aad expeditions, with eenneettens sat e
Passing taoogh stave territory, perfect security is efltred.
far the conveyzne af servants.
F-r FREIGHT frouNew Tor k,abdotherKasteiBCHies,
by s earners te Charleston or Savaasah, aad railway di
rect toMeraphls. The atteation ot Soother aad Western
Merchants is sailed to this rente, being aa cheap, and
more expeditious, than any other
Throosh rates aaat cennectiMS estaousaea.
Tne ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY ts now In cermec-
tlon with tbls liste.
The THROUGH MAILTRAIN leaves Memphis DAILY.
at 7 o'clock A. M., (6.15 Memphis ItmeJ esaaectteg with
Eastward and Westward trains on the Nashville aad
Chaltanaeea Railroad, at Stevenson, same day.
Also couaects at Grand Jaacttsa with tbe Mississippi
Central Railroad to II oily Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Can
ton. Jackson, &c.
Also connects at Grand Jaacthn Statlea with Tenses,
are Central Railroad to Bolivar, and Jaeksea.
Alsoceanecta at Pecahoataa with Tri-Weekly Line of
Ceaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus,
The ACCOMMODATION taij reaves empsts
DA1LT rexemt Sundays) at 3:a r M., 12:30 Memphis
in, I for Jnactlon wuh the Misistiai Ocatral aad Tea-
nessee Central RaLroads. SoaierviUe aad intermediate
Baggage checked to all statieae oa the RaBroad, and
n -R.rrxr wMt he reeetved wMheat being checked.
Each passenger wai be allowed seventy-lve peands of
baggage by Railroad, and sixty poands by Stage ; bat no
article win be carried as baggage that 1 not incident to
theperseaef the passenger. Ia ease of less tne iem
pany wiH held themselves respeaaeMe far an amount net
Fassengers are reqnesteu io pvraue isvas oeisrc en
tering the cars, and save payment of extra fare.
Negroes, when traveling aleae, mast have a permit, na
ming the point to which they are to go, and specifying
th.t ther are to travel by railroad, or they will not be
carried. No ticket win be sosd them, nor win they be re
ceived ea tbe ears, unlet s their owner or agent oe preseni
or known to the UcketAgeat aad Conductor, or ether
persn to roach for genulseaess oi permit.
F. C. ARMS.
General Superintendent, UuBtsvBle, Ala.
sepM B. ATRES.
Superintendent of Transportation. Memphis, Tenn.
Noticcto Owners & Agents of Negroes
TRAVELING BY. THE
Memphis and Charleston Bailroad.
ON and alter MARCH 29th. Neeroes traveling aleae
on the Cars of this Coapaay must have a Permit,
specifying they are to travel ay Railroad
Their owner or his agent must be present to procure
tbe ticket, and to place th Negro aboard the cars; r
semap tsn, known to the Station A g star Oeadscter,
mast vouch for the genuineness of tbe Penult,
marta-dliu B. ATRES. Sopt. of Transportation.
For Baltimore, TTasliinston, New
York, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Line for the East!
JSaltlmore and Olilo
THIS Road tubs from WI -ellrs 'o RaHimor.?. (T79
mUes 1 and to Washington, (X) mUos,) and presents
the tallest advantages boOi as a freithi aad passeng
line It tot through wijd '.d romanuc r-gtoar -f the
AUeabeniea; and tuing solidiy constructed, conipieteiy
equipped aod carefully managed Is oat ot the most at
trjctivTand safest RaBroads to the United States. The
Central OMo RaBroad, from OMa-abfa and Zaanvsto to
WheeaW, unites this read with aH portions ot tae West
THE ONLY THROUGH TICKETS rHOJt MEMPHIS,
Louisville and St. Louis to the National Me
"oli W road, which runs dtoect - to
Washington without the dc.ay of passing through BalU
!re It is also the only Una by which baggage caa be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
s--Br the mail route from Memphis, take the mail
steSeri.ruaaingdaily for Ltmlsvll . comecttog there
with man-steamers oreu!". ...
. ', , wbtr. they arrive so as to connect with the cars C
little Miami Railroad, lor CcTtrmbos, concect jig there
with Central ObloRaUroad, through Newark and Zanes--rin
to WheetlBg. By the express train of this roate,
the time trom Ciwcinnatl to Baltimore and to Washington
is less than 27 boors.
J3"Be sura to asx tor iiuc uj uwwuiiww,. v.-
Railroad Route. . .t .
53-PasargeTS from Memphis going East thraagh St
Lolas can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohia
Railroad Thisro-e Uys ihrouiViucenjies.Terrallicte,
Indianapolis, etc., to Wbeellw, o. -r hejvOhw and
tssi5Vpt ind cLnnnecttas Roads
Mis.lippt ana annse cii5
aro aa direct, and tbe time from St. Louts to Baltimore
or Washington u but about U hoars. Through Tickets
... tki. ..,t. miT cm had of the AzenU aauvr the. Plan
ter's Housv, al the following rates : From St. Louis to
Baltimore $26; to Washington $26.
At Wheeling the paseBsjrr takes the superior cars of
the BiHlaiofe and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times
daily for Baltimore, Washington. Philadelphia and New
York. Through In 16 or 17 hours. Including stoppages.
For safety, spocd, regularity, beauty of tho country ind
general comfort, thy road Is second to noae In tbo Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment ot any RaBroad In ths United States and Is
nrecared to do in immense business ta transportation.
ThTrmaiVs immediate connection at the wharves ami
tathT.trm. of Baltimore with the Railroad to PhUaiW-
. x- .v .mxm r Eneason and BALTt
more STEA-suiV Lines, by Canal and Sea to New
rSt, Merchants'- and Miners' Lin. to Boston
steers ti Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, &c For
partSSlrsVsee freight tariff, copies of which may b- had
horwardlng Houses ta the West, or of J. B. IORD,
Receiving ana irorwaruiu. YLymoVStO.
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLETIE,
Agect, 51 Front Bow, Mmphls.
MIJSTCE PIES !
-ovctv .rut hat MINCE PIES are to be bad everyday
X? at Sr0b.t'a, on Madison street, and
families served tegnlAriy, on tha shortest notice, with a
tTf Parties furnished -with Cakes, renfectlens, Wines
icfon the shortest notice, and in WE CUT'S usual good
style. Give him a call. ov27-qtf
riANCOCK, CLARK Jr. CO.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
i,-----l ! y WJ "WHi
-NToxr Open, to Srci3. ;
Two Daily Trains each Way,
(BDNDATS EXCEPTED )
FROM and af ur WEDNESDAT. March 25, MoT, Hm
MAIL TRAIN leaves Memphis daily, (Banoays ex
cptd.)at7:19 a. sr., arriving at Sardtrat 18 A. it. " '
RaMrning. leaves Sirdls al 10:30 A. M.,aBd arrives at
Memrfatsat l:lr. M
This Train csnnrcta at SanlU with Messrs. J. P. MeAI
exaadfr Jt Co 's Daiiy Line of first class Past Coaches Ut
Paaota, Grenada, Oansen. Jsckses aad Vkksbsrg
Tbe ACCOMMODATION and FREIGHT TRAIN leaves
Sarcis at 6 A. Jt . arriving at Meat,hia at 10:15 a. x.
Retaraiag. leaves Memphis at 2:15 r ii , and arrlvea
at Sardls al 7.10 r. M.
Passengers are requested to panhase tickets beftra
eaiersag the cats, aad save paymeat af extra rare.
Bssrgsge checked to all stations oa the p'Hff 1 1 xadrw
bsggaaawM aa T cHrnl wrtheat beiargr sheeted. EaCtt
aasaea. r will be allowed U0 pooads baigageby RaiT
read, and 8 poahOt by stage, but aa rtfeb wsV be. car
iwd as hawage that is not tncjdeat to Hie persoffof
la ease of leas, the Compary- it! MM themserves r
spoasiUe lor aa aaoontsaa sxeeedlag $A; -
S3--groe, whoh USveliac atoae. iasg bav-a.BspDi
aaatog the p.lat to waiea they arf.tiEo-, aad i'peerfjfejc
that they a.-e to travel by RaJiaoad, ay-they wlsl not fc,
". E. M. PATRICK,
r-Eai!e and Enn r. Morshsg Express, Hemaado
paper. linaoa pap-rs, and the MIsaL-rrppn, at Jack
soo. cpy. a"t .hjciotlaae formar advevtls'moatj.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN-
OPES from Jtctlu& wl.o Merart . aad Charleston
RairFesdto Twine's SlaitoB. eigbt al'ss Nsrth r
Bolivar, at.a eightesa muao South ot Jack, Teams
Leaves B-rra D ''T.rcandayxc-.tee at :M(
Arnes at Jeneatsa at i,
Conaecttag wUh 7 a ar. Tram .-ito Memphis,
Retarnisg, leave Joect.n 18 a at., or ia arrival of
Mail Tram Ir.ai M :aphki, amviag at Tur''Stamt
lSer. M.;conaiiisga'. thatpclat v.iah Wj4rtasM ot
Coachc. tor Jackssa aad Nahvtffe, ria Ifafttisttoa- .aH
wah Norwood's line of Coaches to Juwi aod NaihviBe.
via Lexttg.oa, niton Wayash.re, 5't. Pksaiaat, Co
louhsa. and frosa bpcwg Hill by thaTeaavssee aad Ala.
hama Railroad Also, wuh R. B. Smith'k Has ot Ac
Leave. Thus. Suttoa d.uy (BaMaya exoeptedf atf-43
r. st , coaaectinc t Graad JaactUa wMh Mas! Tsali.
arriving at Metapbts at 7:45 r. M.
Retcrjia leaves Grand J canton as iriiraeof Aacom.
modatton Traia from M'mpt;., at 6:r. n , arrlvtaz ai
Bolivar at 8.2S.
Pa-.4ngerferaayrf .be above samed potots by this
route wi;i have lets Staging lUaa by any othrr.
R. P. N:BLT. SapT.
LOOK TO XOUU INTEREST.
THROUGH TICKETS TO .GRENADA.
I?:vc lcdccil to G 5t,
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNBCTING tev. mDea south uf H?i:y Springs, ha v IBS
soiy sixty sit miles ot Staging the cheapest, mess
p easant, and quicker! mete by dual fear to tea hoora.
Oa this route the staging is hat one mile farther than
oa the Panola Teste, aUhoagh the latter it represented to
be but Sfty-twe miles staging aad aftrea ben. s threagh.
The true diataace aver t e Paaela rente is sixly-Cve
miles siaaiDg. .
Inafew weeks the Missssaiaal 0ni-al Bailread wM be
extemkd to the TaUahatcMe, jfvar, ttsH sherteniBg thd
stagbag seva miles less. Travelers wilt teak ta their
comfort and pocket. A word to the wise Is taSKient.
J3" Tor Tickets or information apply to SIMS ac CO.
Agents, at the Rsilroad, S age aad OnudbuT Ticket Oo
flea, Commercial Hotel ifag' ilu
Prom Hemphis to Jackson,- 53 60.
From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50.
Yia Jadison, lVaynesboro and
CONNBCTING Bear Brownsville with the Mesishts
and Ohio Raairoad and at Themasoa wfth 7w .
seesee aad Alabama Railroal. This Is the cheapest saase
to MbhBe Teaaessee, aad travelers are assared that t-o
palas or expease wMl be spa led te render them comtarta.
Me. Tbe coaches, horses and drivers are superior.
Oar Bae connects at Jackson with J. W. Norwood fc
Co.'s line ot four horse put coaches to NashviHe.
JalylS NORWOOD X FORTUNE.
rr COAL has come at Ust; wind and had weather
lVl. has kept it back so long. I received one pair (
boats, (II.WjO barrels ) oat or fear pair that 1 hav
bought, this (Saturday) evening. 1 shall be at the R.d
OAce from this time eat, ready re wait ea my trteBds aLd
castomers with a large and eeastaat stock ot 6aaL I
have had a supply ef Coal oa hand for the but tear aad a
bait years until a short spu the latter part ef Jaaaary.
I will sow promise two things that I will lay la mass
Goal, aadir I make a detiar ea it I will keep lt among it
at home. I boy my Coal ar the head ot the creek at fir.t
eesU marehS tf THOS. JAMES.
M. C. CAYGE & SON,
XT O T I03NT J E 3 JS .
General Agents & Real Estate Brokeis
No. 25Madison Street,
PARTICULAR attention wUt he given fo asT sale? hi l. a
city or coast ry. ot Negroes. Read Bsttile, Meithais.
else, Faraitnre, Land Scrip, Stock, &c. AH khads Rem
tegaad LeasiBg Pro petty, etc. Storage aad Oaaiigi
meats solictted from all sectiuaa.
Re'nrBtBgoargratefal sokaaw ledgaents far the rety
liberal patruge heretofore J reed, we new piedgeect.
.elves, having determined on makiag Mrmphts aatpeo.
manent heme, to double oar dfllgeiee it postthfe, ac-l
think with tweaty years experience la I he trade, th ta-t
ekwa la Memphis, we ought to be graduates, and te i
roBadea. we caa gie, as we thiak we have denr,
genet al satisfaction.
Referesces A O 'Harris Co , R. A. Parker, S. 11.
Laatb at Oe., W. Howard, H. F. Fara-s erth So , Go.
Flaherty &. B.o , I B. Kirtlaad, R. C. Rls.ley. Esq ts,
Graham, Bsaj., CaC. R. totf, Br. Sam". Silhert, Mem
phis; Baldwin & Starr, N. T. D'aamt h. Sea. W.l
Bruce & Co . Ctaciunat! ; Tkos. T. Read. Beaj., S. Lassi
ey, LoaissUse ; Meser-. Baacaa, ItawMage, B F. SbieK
H. Co., Tho. B. Winston, New Orleans ; R. M. Saieer .t
TAKEN up at a,y hoase, one BAT HO.-:!,
i2I5-Vtt bold feet watte. Had. ea sew sjMesjd
-bridle, la-awe of K. J. B. L. WINN,
tat7-tt No. 231 MalB-ai
N. 35. FOREST,
lEAlaYiiy ITS SliiVVES,
No. S Adams-st, Memphis, Ten.
twenly- five likely young regruc, to whs I hcyO
desires to call the atteattea ef pareanars.
. lin will be la the regular reesln o' nsgtoes,
from North lid soaut tarorroa every TO a. ma
gr Depot is use et hc snt eampieto and eemmoho ts
estabti.bmeat ot tbe kind in th Seataera eoaatry, a H
his regalatioas exact snd systrautlc, daaalioess, net
es and ee tart betag strict r eeeerved aad eaf.rceJ.
Hts aim is te fu dsfa to castears A. 1 servants and
ntld hands, stead arid perfect la body aad rated, x
grues Uken au eemmtsstea. Ian2t
PHIEADEJLVHIA, JAX'Y, 1S5T.
To Veclert in Teiamtee, Mtuiuippi and Arkantast
SALV, BUSINEJS la this eity, aad. beg leave to Invite
your attention to an
ENTIRE NETT STOCK
BOOS AND SHOES,
Direct from the Manufactories in Massachusetts, N w
Jersey, a.id P-siuavJvaa a; and beiteviag, wish or Io ig
experience and superior facilities, oar STOCK tor
TOUR TRADE, and for thMattsfaetien of your tmsto a
ers, cannot be surpassed, we solicit AN EABLX CAM.
when you come to this city.
Tours respectfully, JOS. S LEVSTT CO..
No. 122 Msrket street, thud store trom Sesth.
Joseph S. Letett, tate oi Memphis.
Paul Sticenet, or posion. jag zs-wai
CORN AND WHEAT MILXS.
TnOSE who are in wi'it of Portable MBis for horse,
steam or water power or Burr MBistenee of -every
size, and best quality, are invited ta car! at ay Factory,
m here they are made which are second to nbae In tbe
United States. My Horse Mills will grinitrom six to ten
and eleven bushels good meal pr hoar; and I can fully
substantiate th assertion. I guaranty sattsfactlen In
aB cases. I refer to a few of the merchants st the city
who have sold many et myMCss, and can testify ot the
high character they bear.
F. Lane Jt Co., Graham &.HH1,
Jones, Brown X Co., J. a Grilling tt Bro.,
E. M. Apperson St Co., Straiten, MeDavlttfc Co.
Sample, Mitchell A Co.
All orders addressed to me direct, cr. through m x
chants, shall have pronpi attention. Factory em Pep sr
street, adjoining CI'; MBls, near the liver. Mempt-.il.
Xenn. WM- BADGES.
dcc7-3m . -t
BT an otdcr of tbeBaard ot Mayor and AMajjnea
the clly of M'mpjls. th Mayor & authoTlsed tc .
a reward r twe. atmum
.n.iytnn nt the ninrdererarmordrers of WM. G.
TANNER, on Monday evening, the 9th lnt.
New. theretor. I, thojias a. vjiuv, . j .
tbe tali of Memphis, do. ia eb-dlence to the tow eg
erfer off r the saH reward of Five Hundred DoBars tor
th apprehension and conviction of the murderer or ma-
bn0-01-0 T'THbMA3B. CARROLL, Mayor
WE have Just received a fresh strpply of Bed Clorer,
Blue Grass and Tlrnothy Seed. rf .-je
1 'AgrletfitarsfWareroo-s, 13 and H Front Bow.,
faaii i iMin n ii ' MiWMMTswirw if .