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BYM'CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN.. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1857.
VOL. .VOL NO. 15.
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JJ0. K. tt.'CJ-ANAKAX, LXOKIBAS TROUSDALE,
WM. M. HTJTTOK-, BENJAMIN F.-DILL,
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X'CLAXAHAN, HUTTON & CO.,
T WHOM A IX LETTEIU OH BVtfiCBSS, OS OTHEU
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an annate aver stated Tate .
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Hrae tjae. enarpea bocble rate. .
Taarlr ad.trtliHia wl 1 be charged extra Hroctn-
pilar aaaee aver contract, and when la Bar. ttpe 1 e
atred ta be aaad, ar the aJTertlrrnarat kept aa laelde uc
Taarlr adrerthreri wfll be cfcatgw- aztra at realar
rates far "WaaM, Ben's, Keawrat. Oaaartaerahis Xe-
ttee.. Ta oaaaicaeea, ac.
Cj- Tranie?.t ABVE&ritura must be paid tor
J3 advertieentent wfll appear in the Treat lr paper
TOMrM ar apec at canuaci.
S3 AdeertiwaaeBts tabe la?erted in the WeeMr paper
oaljr. ar at lrreraiar laterrala in either of the papers, will
be chananl $1 per taware far ever? tnaertlan.
r ABaaanrlagcaadWatea for State, Coaat-r and Mo
nletaal OaTWtJ, $9 each, ta be paid la adraane la CTerr
rT All ?aTsaatato far Charitable Iastitntiona,
Fbe Otanpaatas, "Ka-d, Town, and other PnbUc Meetiaga,
to be chained halt price.
tj Waiiiim aad Rata are pabliabed as new; bat
Obitaarkw, Tribato at Kpect aad Faaerat laTltatteac
a ether adeieruaeaiente.
ty All Lepal ad Traaiaiat AdrerttaenteBts wIM be
shsrsea or taa mtenaa.
t3 Bdltarial Xatieei In Lecal ColBatB wHi be charged
a ot per me.
J-t-Va artlacthin ar Tariattan win be BMde treat the
HcCtAjTlWAV. HOTFOK & 00.
Dr. II. I LASS.:,
T AT91 Staffnpalclaa aad Bisector of aereral Haapttala
JU ia eeiRwar, nraher af dUereat Vaalcal Sadettec
in Kw Tort, has located in the city af MenaMc, and of.
fen has Mrricee ta the sbbUc a rnjrcician, Acoascaer,
aad for aB operatton tn S raerr.
J3 Otaoe on traabmgtoh street, betweea Vatn and
XY. . TVBATKERFORD,
COtTNfiBUMl AT LA T, aad Real Rotate Ageat, Naps,
Refer to A. Wriest Sai , a Del -Col R. 6. Fayae, Vera
pha; Jade R. L Caraibers, Sapreane Court; K. 6.
Kastaaaa, Sq , Vhvilt; Hajar 6. A. Henry, Clark, -Title,
Tana , aad Gea. T B. noaraar, Deha co.. Ark.
DRS. atOQRX&S 4i BROWS'.
OmOBoa Adam street, ia rear of J on, Btrwn &
Co , on Main street. Dr. XormaH's r sidenoe on
Rrhohi street, betweea Vine- aad KUiatt streets.
CI1A5. D. FOSTAIXE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Poatatac, .Vb., wm attend
atrtethr to aQ profrMloMl bosiue wbKh Baay be
entratt.d ta him is any of see Ceerte af Xorth Xtsah
stpat. . IeM7 ly
J. A. X003f.oaaa.ea.aaasoesoaoaaof (J. Fa KJCaUfa
3IOO.Y & KERS,
ATTOKKSrS AT LaW, Geaeral Cottecttac aad Laad
Areata, for the Xorthen aad BaetetB Oaaattet af
Arkansas DBS ARC, AUK.
TTORVBT AXB OOCXSKljOR At LAW, Memphis,
A Teaa. Uffic la the Past Otoee Baildlne.
AB hassaim aatraned to bis carewiB rasataa pmaapt
and fatthf Bl aUeatton. OilssctioBs p'oaspthr saade la tee
trrauadiag eoonuee of West T -asjeaoce, Miatraotasd aad
VR, SAXDRL 6ILBERT, S&., has returned to his aid
' htsantsat aear JtssarhH. ana ruupeacd his lnarsa
ary, aad vis raaatn perm inestly. He treats the foltow
Bg Ghraase Itiseaiaw; Caacen, ScroflVtia, Wbi e S-'Wkap,
Tuaurs aad Wea, wtihaat Sarsjcal operatssas. lie aait
treat. aC Thi iinir l'lsssl ili li'rn Svesof laacstanflaaj.
Tetter, Rhsamitliai, SjraMH', and an fonas oi Vercnrfct
Dr. G. eaeaw it smwcea ary to say more, a he has Mt-
witaeasee of Ms aaocass trom statue 10 OreaoB.
K. THOS. KELLER,
LATZ af TBseshahia vUahama, has located permAnent
hj ia Mamphit. ad otfers his serrlDK ta the pabttc
ta aB ths braachts af hHproresston He has takealkr
sasce h aatun occupied br Dr. Bryan, comer of SIBRii
a&4 Oasaa streets. Marine recently uiade a carefal aM
geaeral urasrtiua of Sartucal IcstnuncnU, he is prepared
tor an the operations of Sorcery. Reahhmceomahrjbf
street, betwotn H Jing anl Treaevant streets.
JAMES 31. MURPIii.
Groaoral Ttnrrff, Agont.
rilL attend perooaally to the lecatinr. of. Swasap Laad
Scrip aad Warrants in the JarrscnnsTt aad Henaa
MstrieU, seUins Lin! aad sarins TaaiB.
B Graaara, Xsasphls,TfiB.; A. S. Haey. Little Rock;
R. 0 Brtakkr, " ilaj T. Mam, Kiss.;
W. it. PMwaR, " 3. Xortoa & Co., X. O.;
F. Laae .t Os , " J. A. Rousseau, LaGrsBge,
H. P. OiajhtgF, Helena,; Teaa;
MyrtJe i. Bom, " W. S. BaUs, Lawjmosvttm,
Allen Pask, ... Pa I
C. W. .Hurt, Jack sour;!; . pai-&-WAtossvJaeksoBpart
R. C. PAYE,
A TTORMCr AT LAW, XeaaphM, Veaa. Oatoa la the
Ja: aat Quae BaiMiag, Jefle rsoa street. marMtr
J. A. ASDERSOS.
ATTORXaJr AT LAW, ysaMs, Team. Oasce la
Walker's Building, out Mausseid's Bras Stare,
Hata street, ' jaatO-ly
DR. IViJl. HEWITT
riLL praetiee medictoe, on the priaciB'- that there l
asod la all sreteaas. aaa Bone all snmcient,. U'UKe
ea Jeaarsoa street. In ths Post Office BaiJdtag, seeand
door from the Post Oasce. Reatdeuce oa the corner af
Heraaaao aad RUastt streets.
OH. J. B. Saaatos, X. Adama, Haymnad coaatr.
Ker. r. B Blaad, Br. J. B MacHn, ftyetse-easjaty.
R. Sam -ii i le. Ra., r P. Jtacaja, B ,TsHa
J. L. Webb, J. B. Ashe, XcmpaU. '
J. S. WHITE, fil. D.,
LATE af Hardroan eonnly. harha; remased ta Jteaa
phls, aaers his profeasUnal serricas ta the atiaea. .
(Hac aa Court Square, on door west af Wallace's Aac
thMS hoase. Restdeace on Pontotoc (Street, south side,
between St Patrick. and St Martin. 98 tf
SMITH P. UAiKHAJ),
ATfORKRT" AT LAW, Memphi V Tenn. Oafee in the
. Foot Oatoa Block, erer Aydjett ttOe., third story,
It. F. LOO.VEY,
A TTORXRT AT LAW. Crnce tver 0.
B. C. BROWS,
ATTORXET AT LAW, Marion, Ark., practices ta
FhlHlpa. Crittenden, Mhuisaippt, Green, Kaodotpb,
LawrrBCe, Ismeaeadence, Jackson, Pohmsstt, St. Francis
aad Masm Oaaattos. in Arkansas ert7-t6n
3. WICEamCHAM.. ED. A. EEECREK.
WICRERSKA3I & BBECHER,
A TTORXETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Once.
J Xa St Jeaersoa street
E. V. HICHAXDSON..W. W. WHEATLET..M. A HIOOS.
Richardson, Wltcatlcy & Iliggs,
ATTORXBTS AT LAW Office on the comer of Second
. and Court street. Memphis, Tenn. ocll-ly
JOHS A. SOOE,
ATTORXET AT LAW. Omce in the Peet Office BaBd
hag, Memaais, Teen. nerSl-tf
ATTORN ET AXB COCXSBLOR AT LAW, Memphis.
Teem. Oatoa, south side of Court Siaare, one door
jrast of Wallace's A action House, Bp stairs.
ATTORXET AT LAW, Ooringtea, Tesn. All bsstso n
eatrasted te bis care will receive prompt atteatfet.
ATTORXET AT .AW, Memphis, Tenn. OSce en east
side of Mala street, between Jefferson aad AaasM.
Refer to F. TMus, UeEwes, Harris &. MeXaH, J". D
wmUass, nr. B. MHier aid Maes Owen, IfemrWs.Tenn.:
A S. nAXOOCK....R. O.CLABK....OEO W. TBOTTBIt.
Late wailajaeea & Lata Aydlett k Late of SaaMrrifle.
HASCGCK, CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
BAGGmG, HOPS, BACON", LARD,
y T Blinds of 3roiuco,
XO. 16 FROXT ROW, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
"74. fR. MILTOK ilcS KlftHT, laie ot X'W Orieaaa, ha
IVX baaaaie aafoctated with tm in the Grocery and Oam
nUatan BaatsM datlag frcaa the Ht (oat TheM-dee
the arm wUI hereafter be Q A TBS. WOOD & MoKN'HiHT
Voatphia, Feb. M, 1S67. GATES U WOOD.
S. ST. DATES ..A. M. WOOD M. K'KXIflHT.
GATES, WOOD & STcKNIGHT,
KO. 3 I XION STRKET, XKXPnir .
i GKKTS Hvard "Powder CaBUMnr"; CoUier' TThttf
Lead and OU Oonpaar. St.
LonH i ior cale of IJ?
ENCOURAGE HOME IXDUSTRr,
Colli I JS eft T&M
ISIain-St., 3d Door lje2ov Union,
ARE prepared to 811 all order ta the
Hoaae Carpentering aoa rnn ltnre east
ot with Deataeas and dispatch.
Repairing and Va-niaiung executed in
the best style.
TTe warrant all work done in oar ahep.
Gira vs a call.
J. J. JESST
JAMES BORO & CO.,
XO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, ilKMPHIS, TBXX.
J. Co JACOBI & CO.,
So. 34S Main, bet. Union and Gayosots.,)
Importers and Manufacturers of
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGAES AND TOBACCO.
"tOKSTAXTLT on band a large a ortment of the atost
W f avorite brands, at nux'erate pi ices.
J. WALT & CO.,
ASD DEALERS J!t ALL, EUfDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner of Main and Union Stj.,
HAVE always on hand a well anl care!allr nlected
atork of artidea in their Use, -which they wtn sell at
the lowest current prices.
f Orders promptly BBed with dlf patch.
3STO. 7 raOUT 3S.OTE7-,
aCU-tf MEMPHIS, TJiXX.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candie
141 Jin in street, Itlcmpliis. Tenn-
THE bighekt aaarket prices paid lor niogn ana renaeKo
Tallow, Ijrd and Soap Grease. Port 1
J. B. SHARPE,
AO. 36 Madiion-tt., bayceen iTon: Momana iuatn,
WOCI.P refpeetfnllr taferm the merehaBto nf Mem
phis and sareoWKins, CMratry, that he has just re.
tamed from the cltres of vimtnu, M or. mumhmo
a penBaneat Apency f -r the sae of ail grades of VhT
tuTobaoo, aad latend. to keep r.-nstantly on haade
stock equal to the demand, at manufacturers' pnoaa.
Beiag able to wsaa'lt with the Xew Tot'k. Balti
more, Cincmustl ari-i Xw Orieaaa markete, he inri'
the attention of U dealers la th-. ahere article to 1 li
stock before purchaeicg ekewhere.
ncSi-d&w tf J. B. SHABPB.
A. r. ja'CASE... .......... .........r. i. Williams.
McCAHE & WILLIAMS,
(Sneeeosor to fTirat fc Taylor,)
FORWAROISG ASM COBSMISitOK
Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas,
At the rroiteao of the UnphU cad Iatttr KvcJc mtl
road o Yr'Mc Rnmr.
THRT keep eonLaDtf- on band Sucar, Coffte, Salt,
Ploar, Molasaes, and aa ether articles ouUy kept
In a Grocery, which they win soil low for cash ar ex
change for ii'des, Furs and Peltries, or any other'krtielec
broncbt to the market.
EJ- Gouds destined for LHtle Rock or the adjacent
-counties, shipped to Durall's Bluffs, win be to-warded
immediately, as there are always wapoas aaa teams in
readtue.-i to haul ta ny point.
vV JB W 6? 0 O MP
We are now recirirE and opening onr
FaSl and WiiBter
COXSIStlXG ut erery variety of Staple and Paacy Dry
Goods usually kept in this market. Saperaue Black
and Blae CioCbs, Caseiiurres, Doeskins, Ctoaks, Mantillas,
Moire Antique, Velvet Shawls, te latest style; Ladies'
Bress Goods, of a sni ri-r quality; Crape Shawls, a
htrae lot of Blankets. Xro (Both. Br mans. Ready Ma)e
GhMhlas:, Boots aa' Shoes, Hate, and a variety of article,
too nameroos to mention
All I ask ss, "Come one, come afl," and examtas my
stack, before xaaktag yoar paroheses. I bought on the
very best terms, and am determiaed that none sasH un
dersell me. I shall adopt the Cash SrVTEK, era pi to
paBctaal dealers. A. 0. BLAIR,
Xa. 177 Main street,
octlJ-JtwiwEm Old Stand ui Ptrgaeon & Xetll.
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
So. G6 Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
TVTf.-m i" i S3, Tenn.,
KBEPS conMantly en haaa, BUUTsani.
SHOES of his own make, also of otherTAgjtX
maau'aetnrei s. He Wps. al-o. leather, gL'
-Sole awi rruer. Calf Skins. French and
American Sbo Findings. Trunks. Carpet Bags and Va
lises, all of which he wi I ael. as cheap as any in this
market. Give huu a call before ;wrcluuiaelwbere.
A. STREET & CO.,
MAXrFACTURKRS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
aul2 MEMPHIS, TEXS.
G. B. IiOSE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
RE Alt ESTATE BROKER,
S3 IfAlX STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' II AIL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
Property, Xegroes, Merchandise, of every detcription,
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks, Besting and
leasing Property, &e.
Storage and Consignments solid ted.
Flavins engaged the services of Mr. J. U. CALDWELL,
an eld and experienced Auctioneer, late of naatsTffie, Ala
bama, I am tuny prepared to attend to ossMtcsmeBts and
salas of every description. Liberal Cash Advakcei
MADE OX C05SIOJ5MESTS.
Kjs-Storage aad consignments Mlietted.
p. S. I am Agent far The Adams Bxpress Company,
N. B. T0REST,
DFA1a11 IK SLuVVES,
So. ST Adams-stj renipliis, Ten..
s, HASJnst received from Xerth CarollBa,-.
? twenty nve likely young negroes, to which be '1
desires to call the attention of purcbasers.'Ti
"'le will be in tb regular receipt of negroes
from North a"l Soath Carolina every month. Ills Xe
gro Depot is one of the most complete and easttaodieB
cstabtisbmente of the kind in the Southern country, axr
his regulations extet anl systematic, cleanliness, nest
nef s and contort being strictly observed aBd enferceA.
His aim is to furnish te cusiosr-ers A. 1 servants mx
fluid bands, sound and perfect in body and mind X
groes taken en commission ,b2'
Valualile Negroes for Sale,
TH1RTT XEGROBS Just arrived from Kentucky
Vf5 -and Virginia, among the number three gsod ile
A chanics. X. B. FORKEST,
-V. rar7-tf Xo.'S7 Adamt streot.
ROOMS TO LEI'. "
.rRS. C. E. SATTBRFIHLD. corner of Madison a:
1VX Second streets, can accommodate several famines,"
also nay jsoaratrs. ;au3i-a:m
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1 - i, u,mSm ji.i i. nil NjiiiaaT- 1i r g - A -" 'aaa-nar- IX rrWI sa .. - . . ifjsfr
MitiaaBBtm.ai2asBBa "-f.-fi.- .mesr stiThali - - fr'; . i ,ut . - eti . . - - 'lalain aihti .-.-..a-u. ... .. , -..liti-arinK.,-,.- , mISA. azA, i'bbbssIi i . . '.-ai. . .. .JZ-z. .. aaafi siiIrT
T. B. XORMEKTj
2E0SBY & TITJNT'S NEW BLOCK,
W Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Rotv,
A LAHGE stocV of Jlg?lo; and TU.pt always on hind.
New Orleaiiq, La.
...... ..It. C. SNIOEIl,
WALKER & S.YIDEU,
CottoM JF act or s
No. 123 Canal Street,
JolTlfMawlT NEW ORLK.UfS. LA.
E. M. APrEBS05....C. DELOACIt.. ..DAVID ADAMS,
e. ar. APPERSOS & CO.,
CommSssion & Forwarding merchants,
A5D DEALE&S U
3 AGGH? G, HOPE, GROCERIES, &c.
rKOXTROW, and 6JErFEBS0.V-ST ,
T3 tRTICCTLAR attention paid to Storing; Shipping and
JL Selling Citon.
PRATT'S COTTON GISS.
WE are AsenU for the sale of D. PRATT'S celebrated
COTTON" GIXS ubtch hare been so fiTorably known for
the last camber of year i. Persons vi.hiDE toparchase
are requested to call and examine them. All Gini are
sold under a loll guaranty.
ni.HJ-Sm K. 11. APPERS0X ft CO.
53" Hotly SpriflRS, Miss., Times ; Greneda, Miss., Re
pubiKau; Panola, ilisj.. Star; Hon srllle, Ala., Adro
cate; Tuecumbia, Ala.. Enquirer; UrvwnsTitle, Tenn.,
Journal, copy eix mon the . tnd scndb..ls to Ibis office.
A. HI. HOPKIKS & CO.,
( Snccew)rt to rcicell Co.,)
SO. 41 USIOS STREET,
sep!7-ly XBW ORLEANS, LA.
S. WILDS VERSOS, (
D. C. WILLIAMS, t
J W. A. BETAS,
I X. S. BBTAK,
Late of LaGrange, Tesn.
Late of Panola, Hiss.
YEMOU, BRYAN & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission" and
Xo. C Front Row, over Meacham k Galbraith'i,
PARTICULAR auction paid to StorUyr, Shipping and
Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per hale.
J3 All cotton sent tons will be covered j Insurance,
ua1es otherwise instructed. aoctz
WABDLAW HOWAM3...............WSI. T.OTOwARD,
w. nowAita & co.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
I- orwaruing jicrcnanis,
K0. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
T XAUtRS In Baceinz. Rone. Twine, sow. Coaee. Mo-
U lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
adoa Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, inesar, unano,
Lime. Land-Plaster, and Groceries gene-ally. A good
stock now on hand, and for sale at ioiefrnaMe prices.
r-Cash advances maoe on ueiioas in store ror saie or
shii.tui n t . All Cottons insured unless ot herwise tnstr act
ed. Our Opt n Policy ot Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to us by water; aM, tne rise oi fire wnueiu
store, unless athrrwfce instraotod. Oar prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as wa have charged for
years past Bfty cents per bale. inivvu
SE3U. 2.EID.. ..... .....w. M. SEllJ.
B. REID & BRO.,
Commission ill e
XO. 3S FRONT ROW, MEMPIIIS, TEXX.
A Lt. Cotton sent to our address insured, unless Instruc
r trans to the oontrary are received. PlanUtion
orders flHed with care. Store and Sell Cottsn at fifty
cents per bole. decg-lmTl7
T r. AVDI.ETT
....J. C. DOnOHEHTV,
T. P. ATDLETT & CO.,
SO. SS GHAVIER-5T., SEW ORLEANS.
DOCGIIERTY & AYDLETT,
COUSBalSSI OS MEKCH ASTS,
XO 38 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
7ILL make cosh advances en all C.-Uon nr other Pro
duce shipped to T. P. Aydlett &. uo., new uneans.
. L. BEASLET A. W.LOVISS.
BEASLEY & LOTISG,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
G-ouoral Gr ooorS)
XO. PROXT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE f'oci of Rope and Bagging always on hand.
Charges ttft; cents per bale, all other Produce at
uyual raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
r mitaaoe. All r.-odtK-e insured, unlets otherwise In
structed. augiO dawly
CUDDY, BROW & GO.,
OTTO N FACTORS
36 CAMP STRTET, XEW ORLEANS.
CASH adtsnses made on all Cotton or other Produce
consigned as above, by MILES OWEX.
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet Front Row &Maln,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sabs and shipment of
Cotton and other Produce
Bagglnir, Rope and Plantation Supplies famished at
laicest market prices. oct23
Cotton Facto r & Commission Merchant,
Mosby & Hunt's New Block,
Up Stairs, Ko. 17 1-2 Front Row,' Memphis.
T WILL pay particular attention to filling orders fci
X. Groceries, Biaging and Rope, &c.
C MASON O. C. BOONE.- L. C SORTELL.
Holly Epilogs, Miss. Louisville, Ky. Ripley, Miss.
3IASOS, BOOSE Ai SORVELL,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants.
TTo. 101IiIain-St., Memphis, Tenn.
B.KHG Nii, Bope. Jeans, Lii.seys, and a general stock
r Plsxlation Supplies ronsiantly on band.
T. J. DAVIDSON ..J. D. ELLIS..... ..A. C BLAIB
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
Ko. 219 ilala Street, Eatt tide bettnten Jetferton end
Aiamt, 2demph.it, Teaa.
ry OrE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
JX hand. Jnn20-davt(
B. M. GATES A. 1. WOOD.
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON FACTORS, GROCERS,
Frodncc and General Commission
JVT 3S OR. O DEC 3NT M" Ef ,
A'o. 2 Union Street, between Main and Front Row,
AFTER an active application to holiness, for over
. eleven yean, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage ot our friends ia the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel roofWent of jur ability to please snch as may
confide their business to ocr charge. Our stock of Bag
Clog, Rnpe and General Supplies will not be excelled lr
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only U
made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton oi
other Produce, in store, will only be cflEcted njoa actual
inttrncttsns, or when under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be lnsnred while to
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise instructed on
the face of bills lading.
To all our friends who hare ro liberally patronlied m
daring years past, we shall o3cr the same inducements a
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
JunI3-dawly GATES WOOD.
Laths and Shingles.
B0GERT & WITT are still makinx Laths, and are al
ways prepared to supply the public with tbe best ar
ticle at reduced prices. They are al'o miking Shingles
and will keep a supply constantly on band. Mill on WcJI
river, above the Bayou. July 18, 'SS-Iy
Raskins, Bale Rope and Twine,
VaOXSXAXTLY on hand and for sale by
IWV B. MERRILL,
ocUSVis Monroe street.
"STALKER & BROTHERS,
Wo. 70 Front Row,
MAXCFACTEREKS OF CLOTIIHYG,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
STAPLE ASD PA5CT
Ivy Goods, Hoots !& Hlu.cs
ARE Jnst receiving and epening a s ptenoia hoiucji
of Spring and Summer Goods, to which they caliche
et,peotal atfDlion or Loom it neituaau .
de rs. Oar facilities are snch as to compete wph any, and
to und-rell a goad many, nease ecu ana are.
C. r. M. K0LAKD
A. S. ItUEY
MOIiAIwD & CO.,
LITTLE ROCR, ARK.
T5EFERT0 J-Knox Walker, Miles Owen acd CapL
JCJ-N'ews, Knalrer and Fowlkti' Express copy till
E. W. RUCJ-EB,
Survevor and Draugntsman,
OFFERS bU services' lo the public and will give
prompt attention to any business connected with bis
voeation. lie mar bo rouna aims raw ...
aldeof Main street, south of Union, (CsnoTan's Bnlld-
ing,) No. S6, unless aoaeni en pr.nessieiiai Bti.uive..
J. E Chadwick, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. Pre vine, Robertson Tn.
B B. Wadden, Philip n. Thempsm,
John S. Olajbrook. le5"il.
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines, Cigars, Frnils, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Alain ifrMf, next door to Otd Fellow? Ball.
FURE DRUGS AXD MEDICIXES,
Nnvutnte. Rnrzlcal Instrnments. rancy uoous.
I i T.mi. oils. Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Bonn, jooatwj su uiti,
Brandies and Wines.
tj Every article sow oy us wmuiwi i."""'
subiect to be returned at our expense. Jnlv8-ly
ASD DEALER IS
Watclies, Clocks, and Jewelry,
CORXER OF MAIX AXD ADAMS-ST3.,
. TiEnsthismethodof infoming his friends,
and the publle generally, that he has moved from
W3 niaoW stand to the corner oi 1
tiijtreets, where he will take piealure In exhibitins
a new and choice lot or jwmu, "
f.. .im with n. and will be Dleased to execute at
orders for repairs tn his line. He hopes, by honesty. In
tegrlly, and his efforts to please, to gain the wnfldence
and liberal patronage or au wno may siw ui.
visit his establishment.
5CJ- All orders for repairing in every branch of my bu.
nes promptly attended to. aoc2l-ly
WOODS, at actual cettfer rsift.
Owing to a change in our business, wo offcrat actual
cost for casft and esuA only, our entire stock of Clothing
and Furnishicg Good. As the business must he closed
up, snd to do so the stock mast be soW, persons In want
of Goods in our line, will And It to th'ir Advantage to
give us a call. KELLER J0IINSON,
Xu 3 Clark's Marble Block,
Jnl-3m CK M'Q f'1
53" Eoqolrer copy three months.
THE HAZARD POWDER COMFASY,
MANUFACTURERS AXD DEALERS IX
CONTINUE to oTcr their w&l known brands rf ELEC
TRIC INDIAN BIFLK aad KKXTCCCT RIFLE
POWDER in kt gs and ca- iters. Alo, Uun i-owoer lor
ir.mr u,niuf. cnmixisine a fall assortment of
qualities ard kinds required by the trade, guarantied
to rive er.tire sauaiaeii a.
Th standard their rowUer.whlehhss now enjoyed the
higbert repntattoa lor more than twestty-ave years,, wu:
be fourd unsurpasstd by any other ra.BUfictura of the
kind in the world.
For sale in 'his cRy by J WES fc WOOD, Agenis. aau
at He efflce of the CompsLT. Xo.,89 Wall, 'coruer waier
street Xew York. A. u. iiA.vnu, i
A K. Dooolass, Scc'y
L THOMPSON & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO E. R. RACINE,)
IMPORTERS ASD DEALERS
V inc. Ill aiulics, "W Uics,
Havana Clg ar s s
AS THE TISEST dtJALITT OP
JEFFERSON" STREET, (Ureathett ci Stoner's lioildlng,)
Be'.wi-en Malt ana secoea.
TTJST RECEIVB0 Brandies, nenry Mounh) &. Co., 1810;
J OM Casllilon, 1816 : OM Laotoode, 18i0;
OM Rocbell. au-i diHrent Dranorogs.
Wines, Champagne and Claret ;
OM South siJe Maderia, Topaz Sheny ;
Cbtmpagae. Flenr d Bougy, Criam do;
Cte'cent, (Hlvler OM ChampcrtiB Hergundy i
OM Vieux Cap Sparkling BergUBdy ;
Clarets, CaaUux Marfeaux. LatoarOtass Stepper;
Little, St. Estphe, and oiber brandr, too numerom
Scotch Al, Iisnden Porter ;
Fancy Groceries, &c, ttc. feb25-H6fa
tTZ Iloily priors Democrat copy three months, aae
send bill to this office for collection.
t. r&ASSIOLI F. II. WILLIAMS0S.
FR.VXSIOLI & U1LLIAMS0X,
and Itetall Dealers In
enware, French and
German Vses, Sitver,
Stiver Plattd, German
Silvr and Brilanla
Ware Fine Tible Cut
lery. &; ,
IS? Main Street,
AJ'lj Ing Glasses,
Look.ng Glass Plates,
Ta Trays, Parlor
Qin.ndo'es, &c, &.C.
FOR SALE LT
Hob't. M. IS a U
15 feycamorc-st.. Cincinnati, O.
H. G. McCOMAS,
Commission & Forwarding Merchant,
XO. 16 SYCAMORE STREET, CIXCIXATI, OniO.
mar 19-1 y
CORS ASD W1JEAT 31ILLS.
Tn03Bwhoareinwantof Portable Mills for borse,
steam or water power, or Burr .Millstones of every
sine, and best quality, are Invited to call at my Factory
ahere they are made which are second tiKUene in th'
United States. My Horse Mills will grind from six to ten
and eleven basnets good meal per hour; and I can fully
substantiate th assertion. I guaranty satisfaction in
all cases I refer to a few cf the merchants st the dtj
who have soM miny of my Mills, and can testify of th
high character they bear.
F. Lane & Co., Graham k mil,
Jones, Brown fx Co.. J. 0. Grlfflng it Bro.,
E. M. Apperson & Co., Stratton, McDavltt & Co.
Sample, Mitchell & Co.
Alt ortl'rs addressed to me direct, or through mer
chants, shall have promp. attention. Factory on Poplar
street, adlolnlng City Mills, near the rlrer, Memphis
Tenn. Wit. BADGER.
Coal ! Coal 2
1 JT COAL has come at last; wind acd bid weather
LVjL has kept lt back so long. I received one pair of
boats, (12,000 barrels.) out or four pair that I have
bought, mis caainrujj; evening, i snail De at tnejieu
OSee from this time oat, ready ro wait bn ray friends and
customers with a large and constant stock of Coal. I
have bad a supply or Cos on hand for the last four and a
half years until short rp-ll tbe latter patt of January.
I will now promise two t v"ng that I will lav In more
Coal, audi! I make a dollar on it I will ki-ep it among ns
at home. I bay my Coal at ths head ot tie creek at first
cost. marcas tf j thus. JAMES.
Coruer of IfEain and Adams street,
TniS nouse is situated in the centre of business, arte
is now finished and In complete order. The Proprietor
pedges hbsselx it shall cot be surpassed by any neat in
BW5 grateful for the very llbsral pstrenago bestewo.
on mm -tor me isst two years, he hopes by a street aiioo
itan to Business to merit a continuance of toe same.
oC7-tf ' J. J. W0 Ran AM, Prbprteter
ON UNION STREET
mnE subscriber respectfully Informs his old friends and
j. all ioe puDiic that ho has opened a new jiesiau
rant on Unon street, kto he is prepared to furnish
the best vianili that can be found In the market, served
in tbe best Parisian styles, Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
ana r resn water Fish, Birds in fact, everything suitea
10 ine anesi ana most aellcais epicurean taste,
Give me a call I have six different rooms for the ac
commodation of Private Parties. I will not be outdone
In any branch connected with my badness.
leLCU.lI GUS. DEMFEKWOLF.
Corner Alain and Jnckson-sts.,
THIS well known note!, having changed hands,
T'. . . . arul been lhnrnTlhlv remtreri nd nravklsd wtth
FSjJJI new Farnltnir, Is now open for the aocomiaoda-
jioaraers and Travelers.
Ths public may rest z&suri d that every exertion wRI
be made on tbe part of tbe Proprietor Jo render this
House teoond to none la West Tennessee. Havtnj active
and attent i ve s rvant s, and a table always I urnkhed with
toe ijett tee country aoords. he confidently reties .upon
glvlngentire satisfaction to all who may favor him with
their patronage. WM. K. BENNETT,
Jj Hoqulrvr copy.
Vt'ORSHAM HOUSE COSFECTIOXERY.
WII0LE3ALB AXD RETAIL DEALER IX
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, tinder the Wor-
T7"ErP9 ennstautly on hand a Uneeasrtaeat of Green
IV and Dry Fruits, Fruits in their own Juice. Jellies.
Preterws, Sardinia, Ixibsters, Spied and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickle., Oo ratals, Syrups, nae Wines, Brands,, all
kinds Nuts &c.
Ia connection with this estab-
' ?a a. flishmentl have Sited up an Oyster
'C? f?0 v?l,1"n. nd wiflrcfl-e FRESH
5fefe OYSTERS by every packet.
S P. BRICHETTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BRO.,
597 MAIX STREET,
KEEP constantly on band a large variety of PLAIN
. and FAXCT CANDIES CAKES, Frulta, Preserves,
etc., wholesale and retail. Wears also preaarrd to fur
nish parties at the shortest nutlce.
i connection whb ibis we
seen our LADIES' and
KNTLIIMENS OTSTER SA
LOON from 9 o'clock A . St., to 12
o'cterk p. i., and are receiving during toe whale season,
Fit HSU 0TSTESS by every steam, r. We solicit a share
of the tubUe pitronase. novr-dSe
GARVIN, BELL & CO.,
N'os. 412 and Ml llain-st, Louisville, Ky.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
STAPLE AXD FANCY DRY GOODS,
Manufacturers of Clothing,
DESIRE to inform their customers and Merchants gen
erally, that th'ir htrse stock of STAPLE DRT
GOODS ic now fall and complete; also, that they have
rented and fitted np tbe bouse adjoining their OM stand,
as a SILK AXDTAXGT DRT GOODS AXD VARIBTT
STORC, and made large addltlm to their usual Stocks
in those lines. Tbey particularly Invite attention, to
their pxtenslve ana vanen ..urtirefit or
Thflr Stock In this line Is all of tbelr own manufacture.
and as they have added largely to this braach of their
business, are prepared to offer great Inducements for
cash, or on time, to prompt dealers; and te sach tbey
p'edge themselves to sell as low as simi'ar uooo ran oe
bought In tbe Eastern markets. matT-daicSm
,OUISYJLLE JAPER MILL
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
REITS AXD BOOK PRISTIXG TAPER,
AXD DH YLBRS IN'
PAPERS OP ALL KINDS,
477 Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
. FITZOERALD...CHAS. C. BILX..J. W00DW0RTH.
K. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Sitccetton to Park, Simpeon Co.,)
5rocers, Produce Bcalers3
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 02 Front Row, Mempnis,
W. ALEXANDER R. 1. LARSISG.
ALEXANDER & LANSING,
NOL 63 AXD 65 LOCUST STREET,
SniTTt Xiouis, IVCo.
S. Mnrphy, Mi raphls i Cuok k Co. , Memphis ;
Barnett k Walktr, ' Todd &. Goyer, "
Cbarlea Potter, " feb5-m
eJAittES JLOW & CO.,
1SS main Street, Louisville. Ky.,
4 RE now receiving their Stock of Dry Goods for the
tl coming Spring Sales, to which tbey Invite the atten
tion of dealers. Their purchases of American domes! li
goods have been made under tsu mott favorable circum
stances, for ca-h, befere tbe adrauor, which will ena
Me them to offer inducements l i the parebase of these
gnods net to be surpassed by any dry good concern is
the United States.
We flatter ourselves to he able to sell Domestic Goods
fully as low as they can, at present, be purchased I row
th Dry Goods Commlssrsa Houses in the Eastern mar
kets. We will have on hand of our own direct Importa
tion from Europe, a large and wi ll-selected stock of Jac
onets. Swiss Mulls, Xainsook,Mu lins. Cambric, Linen.
tsambric, ll.mutt renters. Hosiery, t; loves, English Black
Blaik and White, and Black and (5 'ay Prints, French
Platn Prints, English 4-4th, Purple and Chocolate Prints,
tog' ther with a toll assortment of Ooods suitable for
men's wear Examine our stock before making your pur
chases, and you will find that we have made do stale
ments that we aro not felly able to make good f eb7-dai
BRADY & IJAY1ES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
main street, Louisville, ivy.,
AXUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope, Bag-
glng. Jeans, I.inseys, fkc.
A. O. SMITH.
r. OCTHRIE....CEO. J. ROWLAND.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
ASD AOESTS FOR THE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
Xo. 50 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
C M. IIARTEY R. B. IIARVET.
C. 31. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
XO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., XEW ORLEAXS.
OUR personal attention
kwill be given to the Sale or
Forwarding of Goods nr
iProduce consigned to onr' " rff
address. We will contract Freight on the
above for re-shlpment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience In our market
In the puTChislng of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
Refer to Cook & Co.. J. 0. Gtimng h. Bro , Speed
& Strange, Hannah ft. Shanks. dec!2-ly
WATT C. R RADFORD.
-J Q D0Z. Crucibles, Xos. 19 to 40;
X ti 16 Circular Saws, 13 to 60 inches ;
300 bbls. Xewark Cement ;
200 " Plaster Paris;
A good stock of Gum Bolting;
Files of a superior quality, all sizes :
French Bon Mill Stones, all sizes;
A large lot superior Belting Cloth ;
For sale low at the Union Feundry, Poplar street.
lAimber I Miumoer !
I HAVE the largest assortment of Lumber on band 1
hare evr offered, consisting In part of Seasoned Cy
press and Poplar, H, 1, 1 H and 3 inches wide and dear;
SUH 6x8 and 8x10; Jolce 2x6. 2x8. 2x10 and 2x13: Scant
ling 2x1, 2x5, 2x6, 3x1, 4x4, and 4x6; Weatherboanllng,
sheeting, ooiugicsaua wamut Lumber on hand; also a
large lot of dressed Xellow Pine Flooring and rough Pop
lar Flooring, Red Cedar PosU ot all sites.
Tard on Bat tore, Sooth side ot Centre Landldg.
JunliUltwawIy M. K. COCHRAN.
TnE co-partnership 'heretofore existing between Dr.
K. P. WATS0X&A. L. KIM BRO, hajTbeea.dls
solvrd by mutual consent. Dr. Klmbro settles the' otd
X. B Dr. KIMBR0 win continue business at the old
caw, on Union street. jan2f-daw3ra
piniatioir eSupjIlcs, 05tc.
8, B. WILLIAi!ISOi,
fSaccmoe to Williamson 4- Hancock,)
FINE "WINES, BRANDIES,
Jt&avana Cigars &c.
Received this Day,
" U60 kegs' No. 1 Leaf Lard;
25 tierces Sugar-Cured Hans I
M kgs Boot, assorUd slits;
100 t&!s -WTiUkv
we. m tell chsap for cash at X
rs . i i . i ,r
rrtnE saesrrlbers keen k.ni w
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver & Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture;
Bacon, hog-roaud ;
, nour. Silt, Whisky and Tobacco ;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot aad Lead ; ,
Brandies and Wines, superior article :
Lime, Cement and Plaster Fails;
Together with a genual assortment of all artMes nan
ally kept in a G rocery store.
GWTXXE & GIBSOX,
Xos. 1 and a KxehaBf BsaMinz.
EMPORIUM OP FASHION.
And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak
ami jianiiua listaoiisJimtnt,
MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
Wi are now receiving and opening one of -t-thelsrzest
and mo,t m.enisknr C
French Millinery and Fanrr Drr iii. ?
tv b ought to thU oitr. Also, a vrrr u4t
ntent of Rich Dress Goods, entirely new. SUks, Oash
mtres, Marrnoi, DeLaines, and a large variety of all
styles for Street, Travel Ing and Evening Dres.es.
We call aarticular attention ts our Millinery Depart
ment, consisting of Chenille. Mess and rm rdt
Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian aad Kngfteh Bjunets; Flow
ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, $6,086
worth of fine French Embroideries, Real Thread, MaRese
and Ulmpure Laces; an styles ot
EmTiroidered, Velvet and Cloth
Ladies' Cloth and Veivtt for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Tlesd.
Dresses, Ladles' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, KM Gloves,
Fori. Tnniuiifws of aH descrtetiona tar ninsa-i ivs n ..:
es. i.c, &.e.
X. B. Embroidering and -St imping done. Cloaks aaf
Dresses made to order in a few boars at cheapest prices
-. tv-7 van orrorr parcnasmg i isewnere.
Orders from the country promptlyattemkd to
i X. STI1 LMAX & CO.
guuit Srrr s cS Jrubhf rj.
ETCHAVARNE & BRO.,
SITUATED In Fort Tickerlsg, en the fZK.
II.rn Lake Road, have en hand a line as-5T2Ss
sorimeot of SURUBBERT. in every Le-r5r
partmenf, oh sisting In part of
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUm,
Apricots, Nectarines, cc
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, la va
riUre, with a good aapplyof Evergreens, Green House
Plant-, Bulbous Roots, Kit) ba band Astaragus.
Orders flora a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a reitabie merchant at Memphis, will be rune
tua'ly attended to, aad all Plants guarantied to ordsr
and delivered lo any part of the city, free or charge.
We attend to araning and laying off Gt rdena tn town
or country, at the shortest notice.
f.b26-2m ETCHAVARXE & BRO.
. uiui(,r.i,i . nmtor Meeney cc
353 Green, won d respectfully say to htsefcf
friends and custvmers that he is MM at'
j2ibe old stand, with a good supply of Freit
iroea, consisting 01
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va
risttM, with a good sanely of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Aeparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order
en a respectable Merchant at Memaai.. will be punctually
attended to and all plants guaranty dto jrder aad de
livered any pait of the citr, free of charge.
Xorsery on Mala street, South Memphis.
octlt-dSrj Receiver of M-maey k Greoa.
IIORTICULl'URISTS AND PLANTERS.
I would respectfully remind the cltiaens
of Mruphls and sa-rtundlag country that
the season J or transplant lag Fruit and Or
namental lreee is l ast approaching. Gnat
additions have been made Is everr desart-
Dieui. iir particularly amorg Fruits. A mora select
and varied collection has never been offered for sale in
the SonUwest, Cizshtlng ia part of over one Lcndred
Catawba, Isabella, 0M, Sesppernong, CalUornia. etc
Grape Vines. Figs, Raspberries. Strawberries, Currants,
Geoet berries, etc.; English Walnuts and Filberts. ti
Pecans, Ch(snuts,etc, etc.
Green-boase niants. Balbens Flower Roots. ftamrt.l t
Rvergreen of every desirable variety, among whiah are
iieany jiagnona tirana Flora.
In a ditlen to tbe above. I am now receiving a larre tat
of Bulbs, of all kinds. In cosseaaence of bavine to
more most of ray stock on band, I will sell it very low.
Purchasers may rely on everything being what It is
represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable
terms, by applying at the Garden ani Xursery, near the
R tilroad Debot, or addressing
ocII-6ni fj. M. WHEATOX. '
f- a During my absence from the city, all orders wiH
meet with prompt attention if left at the store of J.
WlWberger. s. M. W.
PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSE.
IPnctors, -tJLco KTotico.
THE undersigned having leased the spartous Cotton
Warehouse, corner of Monroe anu Third streets,
lately occuul d by Messrs. Chapman k 6o., are prepared
to Store Cut ton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and MerchaadUe
generally, upon-favorabie terms
feb3-6m W. R. GUXNI3 &. CO.
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAVINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
No. 26 Madison Street.
mniS Institution, having been organized under a charter
X granted by the General Assembly ef tbe State of Ten
nessee, is now ready for business. The Directors for the
ensuing year are :
FRANK M. WHITE, AUG'ST M. F0UTE. PrM'f.
C. J. SELDBX, E. M. AVERT. CatMer.
By the charter, married women snd children may de
posit all sums oi not less than $1 per week, subject only
to their control. Interest allowed on all deposits for
more than four months, at six per cent, per annum. Ex
change on Xew Tori and New Orleans. Collections made
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Trim., Dec. 7th, 1S5S ly
ploughs: PLOUGHS I!
WEaremanu-acturtngthe '-Bolivar" aad 'Livings
ton" Ploughs. Persons wanting them win give us
a call. - A. STREET k CO.,
febS-dawIm Poplar street.
C -c3l. jR 2?t. ' 33
l r cmium Gallc r y
HAVING Just returned from a business tour Xorth.
with all tha facilities for taking fine, durable
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, &c.,
I am now ready la person to serve my friends and the
public generally in my line, on tbe most reasonable terms.
I have no new fancied patents and clap-trap processes
to offer the public. My establishment has to standee
fall amid all the blazonry of Its neighbors, upon Its owe
BT an Older of the Board ot Mayor and Aldermen of
the city of Memphis, the Mavor is authorized to pay
a reward cf Fire Hundred Dollart tor Ihs apprehension
and conviction of ths murderer or murderers of WM. G
TAXXER, on Monday evening, the 9th lnt.
Xew, therfore, I, Thomas B. Carroll, Mayor ot
the city of Memphis, do. ia ebdleare to the ioregolcg
order off r th said reward o Five Hundred Dollars for
the apprehension and conviction of the murdeier or mur
derers of Wm. G- Tanner
fbl3.2m THOMAS B. CARROLL, Mayor
MI2STCE PIES !
THRESH and hot M1XCE PIES are to be had every day
JP at SSpoclxt'S, on Madison street, and
famines servca regoiany, on tne soonest notice, with a
yrf Parties furnished with Cakes, Cenfrctlnns. Wines
&&, on the shortest notice, and in SPECHT'S ntnal goad
style, litre mm a can. Bnv27-dtf
TTjEhaTeJustrecelvedafresh supply of Red Qorer,
y I Blue urass sou zimotny aeea.
i - LOWNES. ORGILL & CO.,
Agricultural Wareiooms, 13 and II Front Row.
GREAT SOUTHERN ROUTE
Prom Ne-w York, Philadelphia, Bal
timore and Boston,
i jm: 21: ivxep js: x s ,
Yia tliarlestoi!, S. C.
fTinROHSrl RAMS of Tialgbt frm XeV Task aad
t .iif1'' to Mtasphi aaa Statasas ea Mssathss
a Qfrsyn Ratlrua, by XewTork aM PMtadeiphia
Ikoaa. tiiasis. Oil.
BManat tsjiiBjiiiae aaa aaastts Tan
in kcrrraUt; triviiug. Lbtaa, Gjaas aad
titBMisnre, vulgar, n eases; darks.
Oaayeatsaasrtes, Cotton Cues, Gallery ta
cases, uska aad bcxe.; Dry (soada ta
boxes aud sales; Dross, Fratta, frast
Trees aad jsarahbery, Ftrs, earaVtai JSeeas,
Laeking Glasses and Looktaa; Glaas Platos,
(at owner's risk,) Ojrsbm hi eaas aad
jars, Saddlwy, Tin and Brittaala Vase.
Teas aad Spee,-er we poaad.. -..St IS
SBOOXD OLASS. Hardaata. ocept saah
ase-cif)d ia First and Third C'laasee; .
CMS Mats ilacriiaery. POTrisa IAaaWs la .
barrets aad ptpas, Tobais. ta seaLeathrr
taete aad boxes, oils ia barrets aad eases,
Crockery aad Qaeeaawasa is sism aad
casks. Rice. Whiting, Fater7 Sheet Boas
aad Capper, nar 100 ceuads i ai
THIRD CLASS. Axes, Sbovals. gj idsi, Sast
iroas. zinc ana Tin in pigs, Tin Plate, An
vils, Vices, casks ot Castas aad Haas, Ma
al la aad Col ton Cruage, Gea Heavy
Castings, MiH Gearing, ferriage ferntg4
ani Axsss, Railroad Wknets aad Aaaos,
Chairs and Spikes, aad Rasia ta barrel, arr
IWtweees . 4l a
SPECIAL RATES Box a. Hats ..$tlZ
iwuim m Laraffrs ooxea, aaa osaer
iBjat aftictes not enaaierateai; alsa, SJar-
boys ot Acid, or other Osemlcals, wtTtha
charged by actual weight, bat at doable
First Cla Kales, m 11 peaaaa.....'.... MM $4 SO
VST FOR WARDING AT CHARLattlfjjr FSJkK OF
The above rates carer all expenses trcm Xrw Tat aad
PbUadVlpkm ta Tibcamhta aad Memphis, wheat shipped
JCJ-Cooilgii yoar ands U Agent. South Caioiiaa B.
R-, rtarltasea, and hare pftskagea BMihMearaS C BT
R., Caariestsa, S. C.
Mare every package ptaicly marked with consignees'
name or thtaasng mark. Also, have asarhai aswa the
package the Depot of delivery, and the iailUlt of the
aoau sunrerwg. Atteatiott m t6ts saattrr prevents de
lay aad mstciiasiinaieaus.
Goods by tats route are Uaoseortad with great disaatch
overtkeSuathCaroliaa,GeHgM, aad caaasastng reada,
by Day and Xight KxpreM Trains. Shipprrs may reiay
cooMeaUy on the dispatch and certainty ef the Charles
Persons shippiKg by Sou Vessels and Piwaeili rs from
Bait more, Xew lork. Finlseaahsa aad Be.ua. wM re
ceive tbe full benefit of any contract they assy make with
th te vessels, aad by eanstgetag their eoeds to the Agent
of tbe Soeta Camliua Road, they wkl be serwasded free
oi enmiHiMi"n, at belollowi. g rates:
FROM C1IARIJDSTON TO TCSCITMBIA,
First Clas, (see ClassilcaboB
a Bore ) per leopoends $t 30
nsad Liass. (do. do ) at te
Third Class, (do do.) $ 87
Seeeta' rates for Lght go i.
per 100 peuad...... SA 76
team -r are generally but one dar aaicker th.D Pro-
periors, and from two telbreedais qatcaar thaa Sainas:
VomIs, from Xew Toik aad Patiade.phsa, aad other
Eastern ports, ta Charleston. And where a :ew days of
time is not an object, f asm 90 to 40 estate per lets pounds,
iau be saved by shipping en the latter cUs of Vesa. Is
We ara-nuw delivering goods Is Xassm.le at froai 9 te
14 days from Xew York, and it wul take a boat 36 hear
more to deliver at Memphis.
FACTS FOR COSSIDERATIOS;
1st. Charleston has sebtcribrd aad natd half amil-
lloa to tbe Xashriil' and Chattanooga, and halt a nauUon
to tbe Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
2d. Savannah, and roads leading ta that petat, hare
invested nothing ia Western Railroads
34. All things being eaaal. (time, rates kt .1 the ettv
and line which has conlr.buted m iarstiy to the advance
ment of our Roads and tbedvvelopmeatof the resources
ot oar Stale, eboakl certainly be patraatsed in prefeteace
tataose taat aare coatrieab-a nutbing.
4th Northern Transportation Lines have no etattas
upun Southern people. The Charl sten Liae Is eosaaosed
ec Koads, all home institutions," connecting the great
Father of Wab-rs with the Atlantic Scaboatd
01b. Oveichargrs by tki. Line will be psempUy ad
lasted by the Agents ot the Memahla and Charleston
FREE FORYVARDISG .
The forwarding dep. rtment at Cbartrsira is ander the
exoleelva nsaaagcBKBt of the eM rMakswaed haase at
B. LAFITTt kCo , whoie txpexienceand kaowB repu
tatlea tor preasatBess, is a rnaranty tb-rt the bastaess
wH; bo well auead.d te aad evd pcoasaUy dhpaiaaid.
ExprseM:ls, showing chaiges te Char.cktoa, will be
BMttrd te caasigners.
Renumb. r I hat goods by steamers fcoai Xew Tork
aad PMtadetpbia are forwsrded whoa ceaslgaed and
marked aa directed, free of ail charge. When .biaaad by
sailing vessel, or TMaptiiers, they w.B te forwarded ireeot
ceenaissioas, drayaje aad naarfage oMy charged.
Freights to aUStAtaaus on lie MeauaUs aad Chailrstoa
Raliroad between Stevens s and Taecambia, are titled
aad wilt be cbarard the same rates a ta Ta. cams' ia. aad
all petets betweea Tescumbu and M-arpkls, the saaie
raieas to .at.aiffuis.
Tbe rates by Chariest a lb all at all tiaa, be as law as
by &.vaaaah, aad all cluages will Le duly amaoanced in
taa Mtmahts papers.
Par further later raatien, apply to or a Ureas
CHAS W. ASDBBSOX,
Westers Agent, Charlostoa LMe,
Xo. MColI lejlrcet Nashville, Tina.
Eastera Ages,:, CLariestoB Liae,
apl-tf Xo. 196 Brosdway, Xew Tork.
SHORTEST ROUTS FROM 3IE3I-
PHIS TO ATLASTIC CITIES.
Siy WaiVroaA fvoni Cairo
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Hours, without Areak
o Ullage or Cnertoe of Can or Jscoyopr.
BRANCH FROiJ CKXXRtLlA IS Xo T FINISHED.
Thas shorteuing the time to sixteen hours lu Cbi-sgo.
ATCMcago. co-iBecting with Miefaigan Central Cars
. 'raving the tame Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, Xew Tcrk, Boston, and all Xastera
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from ci.-b to Albany, and
fear from Cairo to Xew Tork. Time from Cairo u Xew
Tork, forty-nine hoars. Fare as sow, and Douses rt great
er, than by any other route. Passerigera through ar?
SOT saraected to the delays coaeeaaent to the freauent
changes by short haes ef X-uiruad-i threagh ladtaaa and
Ohm, to the Bast aiwi Xorth.
Also, eenriera-tng at ("Mcaaxi wtth MfShtgaB SantherB
Trains, for CieveUad, Dunkirk, aad the Bast, with Lake
Shore Railroad aad Steamers far JUcne, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, fee, aad with a sptoadid Lane of Ptrst Class
Steamers for Saalt Sto Marts, Lake Superior, Ceilicg
wood. Toronto, he.
"Tains lea v- Cairo Every Momlog and. Evening as fol
6;03 A. St., Chicago and Dsaleith Exaress. Sandavs
This Train oonnects at Chicago with Xew Tork Llaht-
nifig Express, over MrShtf an Oenlral, . tat Western snd
Xew Tork Central Railroads, through ia thirty-ode hours.
This Train also connects at satxioval with O ia and
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Loess aad Vlacennes; at
Pana, with Trains cf the Terra Haaie, Alton aad St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis. Lotrtsvine aad Cincin
nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena
DtudtlLH : the latter connecting with Trains to SDriast-
fleld, Naples, Reck Island. Burlington :ui-t Quincy.
6:10 1. M., New xork jsxpress, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping oaly at important Stations, except est Stomal.
connecting with Main Lino Day Bxprees from Decatur to
Danleith, and arriving at Chicago at " r. ai.
PasseBcers for the Upper Mississippi, wiH find at Dsc-
leltb, steamers of the Danleith and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Pasi, kc PaseeBgort
for Janes vilie and Central and Eastern Wlscocissa, con
nect at Free-port with Train to Beioit and Janesvllk, aae
f rem thence to Madison aad Central aad Eastern Wis
Tbe Maps and Charts Indicating tha Great Central
Rete to the North and Ea.tare an exact transcisM
Cotton's Map of the United States, and pawBSars are
reqaestaJtoexammetbisroete as welt as the rtruriBg
ttase cards of the ouoia-ctlDg Roads, and Jtwlge for thera
selres as to ibecerreetae". of the above statrmeBts. The
optBiagof the Illinois Central Raurwad troat Caue ts
Ohicafo. and thus forming a speedy and dirtct aseaaa o;
canuuuaicauoa twtween the Upper I jkes and Kivers, aad
the Lower Mississippi, anbrds to tbe p rasnre traveler,
as well as the business man, attractions ami liwilRles
for reaching the North aad Rest, watch a-araaes thassot
aay other route whatever. The a.-oruuiudatiris fur-
naihe 1 Ij the CunHay tor the convenli eat ot thetnv-
eHngpnhtie, the permaaexcy oxtbe ruul and itructare,
the strength aad etegaace ot tbe rgtaas aad Cars, eom
raead thrTBeetrs to those who ie.insia traveitug Hieed,
comfort sod tafttf.
Ti-Jausrs tiuuu roi. ui THAI., with the arivSeee
of laying over al amy cotnt. can bad at Vmuku
Criro, and at the principal Railroad iK9ce oa the tine.
WILLIAM MORIN. Ageat,
Jal-1 Memphis. Tenn.
S3" Office. Xt. IS Jefferson street.
LOOK. TO YOUR ISTEREST.
THROUGH TICKETS TO GRENADA.
Fare Wcilueed to G 30,
Menipliis. and. Charleston ana
3Iississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING ten miles south of Holly Spring., bavins
only sixty ill miles of Staging the cheaaest. rues
p.easant, and quickest ronte by fim four t lea boors
On this route the staging Is but -one mite further thai
oa the Panola route, although tbe Utter is represented t
be bat fifty-two miles staging and fifteen boa s through
The true distance over t e Faaetx route is sixty-fiv
In a few weeks the Mississippi Orntral Railroad wiH b
exttaded to the Tallahatchie river, stilt shortening tb,
staging seven miles less. Travelers will look to thet
comfort and pocket. A word to the wise is sufficient.
23- For Tickets or information apply to SIMS & CO.':
Agents, at the lUllroid, Slags and Omnibus Ticket Of
See, Oommerdal Hotel. fetll-dt'
City Tax Payers.
GITT TAX PATERS t notified that the Tax Book lot
the current corporate year Is new made out, ana
will beikept at theefflcaot ths Mayor, where-all persons
interested aro earnestly Invited to can and settle.
IsbIS JOHX XEWS0M, City Tax Col.
9HSSISSIPPI ' ASD TSSSEsiEE
fT1.. -T-1 -l am . 11 rstm
xww jjauy xrams each
fc ,JXDAT KTi-irrers'T,
FK)K and ft-r WTDXESDAT, March 25, 1867 the
al 7 '5 A- M , arrtring at S.rtis at 10 x. li.
ThasTram ronarcu at Sardis with Messrs J P MrAt
esaaia, Grrtada, Cantoo, Jackson and Vlssburg
The Atroil MODATIO.V a!H FREreTHT TRAIN ie.ves
A. jt., amvtag at Mesaphb at KhwT M
k.!-,"1 U,bB ,b BaBroad, and Be
baiightewbl be ncerr.d withoat being cheated. Jbsn
P-aijar ! be it,owea K 0 preMi b.ijby
"VT " ixUau he person of tbe
'"'i,'" Comsary WhoM UfeSitrlves .
Mlha rer aa amount nm exceeding im
t tvgasa-t. tr.,., ZJF!
E. M. PATRICK.
es, Greaiuii. oap-,.. ,,, ,k, u..rii' "'Vr'
-u. espy, aad disc-tin,. form,r TUis.
MISSISSIPPI CESTRAL ASD TES-
RAILRO A r
l ) Sh.7.; "T, V" VUtl 'l' h Charles tcr
Bolrrar, ad.lghte aih South oTtTenn "
Leaaes, Ba DAILY (Sundays excelled at :10;
Affrbres at JattetUM .r n-a '
CanrjeOiag wi.b t a m Tram into Vn l.
Mf5iU5eJL VJ Ji'UcB A. is or arrival ef
'rB Memahls, arr.vmg at ToobV. AsaUw at
r.K.;coaiawiB!raz ikt w.
Ohes lor JackMn aad Xathviile, via HesMaKtelTaaa
-utie's ihseef Coaches to7ackslaaa
ijIiton, CiiMea, w.yaeshjra. Ml. pW,aBj
rrom saria n,n t ,k. r z
Kaa-road Aiaa.wiih H K - ..Z
n Hacks. '
L-are Tjoae-. Statioa dailv fSaadas. .
,J.Vm?Mnt Grand JoaetLa with MasI Train,
arnsarsj at Hempbis at XtS r. K.
"rT" JT srand Jnaetloa ea arrival of Aecom.
" - .,c.ai
Soiivar t8:2S. ' ' ar.
n.'!? 'L"l '-"'' B pssats by this
o wi. bave less SUarinx lkin a ... .VLLV
R- P. XKBLT. Saxes.
EAST AND NORTH.
M & I JL M O IP
RAILROAD eoantciion. direct from MEMPQI3 te
New Tork PhHsde.phia, 3alltmore, Washing tee
uiiy. JtKhniuud, ( harlesioa. aadSavaaeah
T,'S,GIK TltKBTr, to foUwlBj Bts:
XubrtUe, Ohattaiieogi. August,. Charbtea, Witoteg
'aastaaaU' Mo,u',n"Jr -". GaMaeoa. aud
JIIROUGH TO SASIIVIIXE IX 23 nOORS,
. .7TlWh Tif "" ' mmsrrlal Hob 1, Mem
phu. Teaa., P. M PA1TBRSON, Ageot.
Tickets always goad.
Para as low as y aay ethor lrst-sasM rerste.
Far Passengers, an. w reatels bow apeeid ts KA3T
ERN aad ATLAXTMJ C1TIS , nwaraZIe., m eomeMt
aad fasety dirrcl aad.xaitiaaswTthcrMiaretlsna awe
rassug theagh sure territory, perfect tvcartiy UtBered
F.r FR8IGRT from New Tetk, aad other BastetneHlos,
by a caasers te Ctnnnm er Savaaaah. ass rasway -rret
toMemohis. ibe-atieattoa ot Soathera aad Western
etetrhanis rs acted lo this route, beiag as efc.au and
sore tspedilteas, than anr ether
Threegh rate cd eeaaecti'jas eslakllshod.
The ADAMS BSPBR83 COMPAXT Is sew in censec
iloe wtth this line.
T a THHIJ-WSW M AIL TRAIN lear. Memphis BAILT
at 7 'Stock A. x.. (:4tMaaBMs ttase.) cooaectwt with
Bass ward aud Wotward Ir.ias ea tbe NssavShe aad
Chattanooga BaHroatt, at Stevrasa. sease day
Aiw. eoiu.ccis at Gr.ut Jubcsmh wtth ther MtMsslepi
Ceatrjil ICulroad to Holly Serines, Oxlurd, Grenada, Caa
toc, Jhcksoa, &.C., ftc.
Also twaiMLls at Grand Jaacttoe SUtioo.wlth T.suet
se Caatral Railroad te Bolrrar, aad Jacksea.
Aueeassaccts at Pet-ahea4as wsth Trl-Weeidy Liae of
Coadtcs to Ripiey, Pontetoe, Abwaota and Oatambus.
Tae ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Isam Mvasehts
DAILT (except Suaday.) at 1.43 P. M..(2-30 Msshhs
ti-ae.) tar Juactava with the M l.rssippt Hb'. ral aad 9ea-
iveurxi Kas.iaaia. bosaeivaaa aad aatesmeaiate
Bai-e checked teaB statietMen the RaBread, aad
aa Bwajag-. will be received witaaat betSKcsseeked.
each -wseeasrtT wtn be atlowed stevrsart-ave poases of
bsrgage by Railroad, aad sixty poaad ar Stage; bat no
article win be carrfcd as baggage that iaaat iactdsBt to
te pea-eon ef tha passsmgar. In ease af lass the Cam
paay will bold : hemselTes rcspoasible Jar an amsnat not
exci ciitsig $100.
Pasetagers are triaeatl te purchase Tickets befere an
teriBic the care, ami save payment of extra fare.
XtSMut. whea tsarrfaa: aJsee. mast hove remit, u.
to WhlCa ther ae tA n iTMlMiie
that tbey are ta travel br ra arrow! mr imv was JTZ
carried. Xo ticket win be seal them, aer wg they be- re
ceived en th? ca 4, unjess their awaer or ageat be present
or knssra to the Iscket Ageat aad Cuaeucter, or other
persea to vouch for jeanlBeneBii st peraUt.
F. a XRMS.
Ueacsal Snperint.neiai, HraaUvsTMei Ata.
MB1 B. ATRE3.
asuniitsissn-liatef Tmasportatloa, MrmaM., Tenn.
Notice to Owners & Agents of Nccroes
TRATELISO BY THE
oiTemphis and Charleston Railroad.
OX and after MARCH -29th. Negroes traveling ateae
oa tbe Cars ef this v."opmy Biht have a Pesmit,
specifying tl.ey a, t.. i - .in oy Kai'roaa
Their owni r or h.s a n must be resent to procure
the tteket, and tcjn iv Negro aord th on; r
omep tsvB. known to the S;atta Ag utor Conductor,
must vouch far the g-i.inae:s of the Permit.
marao-dlm B. VKES. Si.ptof Transportation.
For Raltiiuore.'iVasliiufjton, A" civ
Yorlt, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through lone for the East!
Maltlmore and OMo
THIS Raai runs rrom Wheeling to Btltisnore, (373
mBes,) and to Washington, (400 miles,) and sise.ru i
the raaVst advaataites both as a freight and passeager
line. It runs through wild aad ntaaatie regies ei the
AJf ghenles ; and be.-ag solidly cooiructed, cempleteiy
equipped and carefully managed, is one ef tbe most at
tractive and safest Railroads ia tbe United Stales. The
Central OMo BaBrvad, from Col am bus and ZABfivuTe to
WheaHng, unites this ivad with U portions of ths Wt
The osly Thbouoh Tickets ntoir MEstrstre.
LoutsriLLE aad St. Loots to the National v -TBOFOLis,
are Mitd by thw road, which aaaa etnet
Wastsbigten without the delay of passing thtms-h Bazta
more. It is also tbe only Its by which baggage cxa be
eherhad to Washington from tbe Ohio river.
gj-BJ- the MAIL BOUTS from Megapels, take thesssil
steamers, running daily for Iisrlue, oaaaeetiss thMa
with mail staers or J-sfcrsoavilie RaBread for Ginein
natl, where they arrive so aa to nonasct with the ears of
Little Miami Bailrued for Cetamhas, eaaneet-ng thero
with Oentrai Ou Railroad, threagh Xetraik and Zaaes
TiBe, to Wbeetlng. By the express Ira la of this route,
the taae rrom Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Washington
is less than 37 hours.
J3B: sre to ask for ticket by the Baltimore and Ohio
Jj-l'iaseBgers from Memf-aM go-tag East through st
Loais, can boy Throagh Ticketa by the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. This route lays through Vt-MS-ases, Terra Haute,
Indianapolis, etc., to Wheeling, erer the new Ohio and
MiMfeMippi aad ens-meeting Roads. These connect Iocs
are aS direct, and tbe time from St. Loots to Baltimore
sr Washington is bat about 43 hoars. Through THkeia
by thferoal' may be h,1 of tbe Agent, under tha Plan
ter's House, al tbe folio .ag rates : Prom St. Louis ta
Baltimore $25; to Washington $96.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior cars of
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times
daily for Baltimore, Washlnglon, PMadelphiA and Xew
Tork. Through la 16 or 17 hours, including stoppages.
vr .affair. smeeuL recnlarltv. beaatv e ta mnnt n .-,.
general comfort, this road is second to none ta the Union.
FREIGHTS. This" company possesses the largest
j equipment of any Railroad la th: United States, and is
Dreoared te da an immense business in tranrDortatian.
The road makes immediate coanectloB at the wharves aad.
in the streets ot Boitrmore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia and X'str Tor-, steamers ef EriessaO and Balti
HOSE bTEAMSHir Lines, by Canal aad Sea to Xsw
Tork, and by newMerthaats' and Miners' Liae ta Boston,
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, kc Fur
reticulars, see freight tariff, copies of which may be bad
of the Forwarding Houses in the West, or oi J. B. Font),
Eecetving aad Furwardlng Agent at Wheeling.
,WJf. 3. WOUDSIDS,
Master of Traasportatioa, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLETTE,
jtaSS-iy Ageat, 61 Front Bow, Memphis.
FARE REDF47FJ)"! "
Prom Hemphis to Jackson, 83 50.
From Ulcnipliis to NasarUle, $10 50.
Via Jackson, VFayxieslaoro and
C0XXCCTTXG near Brownsville with the Memphis
aad Ohio Railroad and at Thoxipson with thoTss
neswee and Alabama Railroad. This Is the cheapest ront"
to MhttHe Tennessee am! travelers are assured that no
aams or expense w'ttbe, spated to reader them comforta
bht. The coaches; horses aad drivers are superior.
Our Hae cecnects at Jackson with J. W. Norwood i.
Go.'s Hae of four borse post roaches to Xa'hvffle.
, juljlS j NORWOOD it, r0RTUX3.
F OKXT THOUSAND pounds Balk Port, for sale by
Barn HAXCOCK, CLARK k CO.
i, 11 1- ' 'aasil'li
'iriii'i- f niAlfriiiiitiriiiri