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KQLANAHAN. HUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1&;18&.
7ol. yin. N,o.t&.
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PC JL1SSBD DAILY, TM-WEEKLT AND WEEKLY, BY
JNO. R. H'CLANAHAN, LEOXIDAS TROTJSDALX,
aWM. K. , HUTTON, BENJAMIN P. Dili.
rSDEB THE STYLE AND FIR3X Or
?GIiANAHASr, HXJTTON & CO.,
TO W1JAM ALL LXTTXRS ON BUSINESS, OB OTIIEB.
WX .E, inODU) BE ADDRESSED.
PRICE OF fcDBSCRIPTIOX.
Daiy, la advaaee, per aauai.. ........ ...... ....10 00
Trt-Weekty, " " 5 oo
Weekly, " " " j oo
ilC eekl- paper will be f urBished to Clubs of Ten
KB. Si'winJi at $S 60 neb ; payable InvaslaMy In ad
.acftoa errQlfctobeBaiep ateaeaee." .
A eM subscriber and a new oae will be taken to-
" j5" In Bo dtse will the paper be srat to ncwiaBbscrl
ljyM at the order for the sime is attested tttUi toe
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, , .33 AM DaHj- s'crtplions Willi-- e.:si4ere&dueraa4
..aSBBse half-yearly in advance. -
Cj" The foregoing terms wHI be strictly and rjetay
DAILY RATES FOR ADVERIISIXG.
-Adopted by the Appeal and Eagle osu2 Qwainx.
rTo. teKT'yawSMC finrVer ?f s , eeelnrt "... $1 03
For eaSs additeiialJnarrlian of save..
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Cj- Ooe fsare, rwtOTaMe weekly, jwr aannm, $10 00
" twice a week, " 60 00
X3T 790 squares, resewanle weekly, per anaura, 60 00
. , ' " " " twice a week. " BO OO
V3T iVadrerttseiuests reqnired to be kept on ieees4
pace, chabsed as sew each CAV, and on third page,
an alrasre erer stated rate .
XjT AdrertiKKneBU directed to be di (flayed, or set in
Jrtre ype, chanted double ratee.
' 7 E?" Tearly adrertisers wi 1 be charged extra Xer ceca
rytos spate pver contract, and when large type is ic
1 tolred to be aoed, or tb- adTertiseaaeet kept on inside of
,CJ Tearty adrertfeers wllllte chaigei' extra atregnlsr !
raUa for Wants, Ben's, Removals. CepartBenhlp Xo
tlees. To OoMietttes, 4lc
EJ-TRAJME3tT ABTraTISISS S4T7ST BE PAID FDR
r? ADFASCE. ' , i
t " E3 No aTerrtseaqit wffl appear Is the TVeeklylnar er i
cies Vr epec a! eeatract.
t?AdTerUKmeB( to be inserted ia the TTeetlr caner
f3" Annennesng adsdates for State. Oeentr and Mn-
nkapal OOees, $5 each, to be paid in advance in every
t3An adTertisemests for Charitable Institutions,
Fire Comptnieg- Ward, Town, and other Pcbtte Meetings,
tebe Charged barf price.
C3 Marriages and Deaths are pabHsheil as sews : bat
ObHearb-s. Trrbote- ef Rsroect and Faseral Invltatlnna
a other advertisements.
, J3Z AN Legal and Transient Advertisements -win be
charted by the laser! ion.
3" Editorial Notioes in Local Oetaan wiH be cbarged
0 cet per ltse.
. - Ef" No dedaeaies or varlatien wtH be made from the
HcCLANAHAN. HUTTON & CO
ju Dr. R. L L.ASKI,
.r.-ATE StiffrSyftcian and Director ef several Hospitals
LLrtia Gerasany. member ef dMrereat Medical Societies
In XlriT York, has located in I heity of Memphis, and of-
aersnra-terTieeato-tBe paMic as Physician, Aoosacher,
!arKlfer all werations in S irgery.
3 Oaee OH Washington street, between Main and
XV. G. WEATHERFORD,
aMfl arijjw, aaa ami isstate Agent, iaapo.
lgltfer to jl Wright, Esfl , and Col R. G. Payne, Mera-
OlastBan, Esq., NahTilie; Major G. A. Henry, Ciarks-
fD$Tnn , aad uen. T. a. flvainoy, Dekha oo., Ark.
rfRS. MOORMAN & BROWN.
ICE OB Adams street, ia rear of Jones, Brown &
V IiO . &B Stain Ktrvrt Tr Ummin'i tiuLmu-. rr
a street, between Taace and Elliott streets.
.4 , CHAS. D. FONTAINE,
XTORNEr AT LAW, Pontotoc, Miss., will attend
A.trictr to all prefessteaal bnsiaess whkh maybe
tlSrtatto&tmiaanyof the CoarU of North Mleais
.1. V. KERX.
MOON Jt KERN.
lAffORNETS AT LAW, General CoileetiBg aBd Land
jflLfkseats, for the Northern and Eastern Comities of
An.lltfll, VA9 AltU, JLItlL.
k Li. O. JUTES,
"E33RNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Tens. Once in the Pest Office BatkHn g.
All baslaeaseetrastedto bis carewHl receive prompt
aad falthtal a Wention. OiHeetsses p'emptly mad in the
jatyaaiiidmg coanttes of West Tennessee, Mississippi and
mix. cava. T"
VR. SAMUEL GILBERT, Sb., has returned to hj oM
leaieaq iyar ateapm, ana reepcnin nts inarm
l wtB remain peraMnwitiy. He treats the foMow-
I sod Wcbs. .withoBt Snrcical operations. He also
ran Chronic Feruile dd "eases, S reset longstandlaK,
Tetter, Bhearastiim, SnlllSj and ail foiras of Mercurial
"Br. G. deems it VBnecess ary to say more, as he has Uv--6ga
Kmttos of Us saecess from Maine to Oregon.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
),'Gron.oraI Tinnfi A.goaxt.
LL attend personally to the locating of Swamp Laad
Sortp aad Warrants In the JacksoBport and Helena
Distncts, s-ntag Land aad paying Tax- s.
B Graham, Moeiphis.Tenn.; A. 3. Haey, Little Rock;
BrteUey, " Mai T. Moll, Miss.;
WwM. FoJotJI, " 3. Norton k Oo., X. O.;
P. Lase k Co , " J. A. Rovssean, LaGrasge,
H. PjtOMHdffo, Helena, ; Tenn ;
Myrtte & Moore, ' W. E. BbUi, Lawresoeville,
AUestPoik, " Pa
C.Board, Jatkreaportj Peui ft WatoaJaeksospart
DU. THOS. HELLBR,
LXtX of Tswcaabsa .Alafusw, Baa locatid penaaent
rfcsMenspbiC. ad oflet sue serrlces to the pohtk
Si att tfat oranchesot MspreHtstsa He has taken the
f3ee heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryaa, corner of Shelby
aad tjauon sUi ata. Havtng recesttty. mode a oret si and
gffefal sdection of Surgical Instrraeeto, be is prepal
lor all te operations of Surgery. Residence oa Sheebi
streeVbetweeH H Jng and Trezevant streets.
It. G. PAYNE,
ATjoRNET AT'LATf, Memph!-, Teiu. Oaeejn the
XI. Post easoeju me, Jtuwwm street, marzi-aiy
' J. A. ANDERSON,
ATTORNET- -AT SIAW, Metaphls, Term. Office ir.
..Walker's BaUding, over Mansfield's Drug Store,
Mate' street. ' Janl0-ly.
' DR. WM. HEWITT
Trj! III! pjacMce medietrie, on the principle that there is
VVaxdtB Ml systems, and none all srffleieat. OfCee
oa JesTersaa street, la the Past OQee BaiHia;, second
'par testa tho Post Office. Kesideaoe on the corner of
iftfsZttdo and EUioU streeU.
OoUJB. Stan ten. X. Adams, Esq., Hayvrrod ceanty.
Rot. P. B BUad, Dr. J. B. Madtn, Fayette county.
Soseri le. Eo.., F P Maclia, Esq., Tipton county.
J. L Webb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis. '
J. S. WHITE, M. D.,
LATE ef Harderiaa aoaaty, havtag removed to Mem
jts,oaeiJiii poafetslonal services to the citizens.
Offlc'oa Court S4ar, on. door west of Wal!aees Auc
tRa boas. ResuleacSi on iPoatetoo street, soath side,
between St Patrick: ant St. Martin. laaSStf
SMITH P. BANK.HEAD, .
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Offlee,ln the
Post Offica Block, ever Aydiett fx Co., third story.
. R-F. L.OONEY,,
A .TTORNET.ATT.AW: OHco ever C. W. Cherry fa
Oo.'s. Jsn6-tf "
3. C BROWN,
A-5T0BNET AT LAW, Marion, Ark., practices In
,PhUHps, Crittesden, Mississippi, Green, Randolph,
xf wince, Iadependence, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Francis
-astf Jfpfcsg-flonaMos. tn-Arkapjaa oct7-deni
J. WICXEEJIlAM I ED. A. BEECIttB.
A TXORNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. OOce,
Aaa Jeffleraon street Janl-ttirq
B. T. BICIIARDI05..W. W WHCATLET..M. A HICOSi
Ricfiardgon, Wlieatley & Higgs,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office on the comer ef Second
. aad Coart street s, Memphis, Tenn. .. ocll-ly
JOHN A. NOOE,
TTORNET AT LAW. Office in the Post Office Bulld
L lag, Memphis. Tton. - . if twv21-tf
fzfn. mvn.v. -
A TTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis-;
Tenn. OfSce, south side of Court Square, one door
wee tof Wallace's Auction House, up stairs,
febo-dtf . . - ia
' BEN. SKERROD,
A TTORNET AT LAW, Oovingten, Tenn. Allhnalnei s
-entrusted to W care will receive prompt attention.
D "I. DUBOSE. M
A TTORNET AT i.AW, Metapbls, .Trrin Wlfflceoneait
side of Main street, between Jefferson -and Adams
Refer to P. Htui, McEwm, Harris k McNeill, J. D.
Wtfilapis, W. B. Miller and MUes Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
Koon, Otus k Co., Kw Orleans. Jtnll-tf
-faoj 6 eaj 7 so
t. ',es s ewe oo
iiTtnii Tn ills ii Jl
BOOTS, SHOES AKD HATS,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TJT 1st? attirals, we are in receipt of all kinds of Boots,
' one of lae largest and brst slocks of flee custom- made
I Trerk for retail trade to be found In Memphis. Prices
will be low for caBh. Call and fee.
HICKS, TERRY k ANDERSON",
Xo. 215 Main stmt,
mir25-Jly Opposite Cesrt Square, Memphis.
AT W5IOIiESALE !
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
- . TV fey" speetfnfly call the attention of Merchants Sa
wonlr. Those barksz fur cas c t sibljciory t
;t, at bort dates, will nad it to their Interest to site
us a call before mails? tbeir porcliates.
ft" rielesale Booms up stalri.
HICKS, TERRT & AXDEHSOK,
jvo. 3a mm sirrei,
Opposite Coart Sowars, Memphis.
A S. HAXCOC1C....R.'G. CLABC....OEO W. TE OTTER.
Late "WMUmtca it Late Aydiett h. Late of Somtrville.
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.,
TTlioIesale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, SOPE, BACON, LAHD,
J 11 35Zixxcl of jtProciu.00,
XO. 15 FRONT ROW, MEMPniS, TfiKNT.
I Co-PirtnersliIp A'oiice.
! J TR. MILTON McKXIRRT. late of Xew OrieariS. ha-
1 iVX berune associated with as m the Oroce.y and Com
miSMun Bosireea dating from the Itt Inst The styleof
1 the Una wiH hereafter be GATES, WOOD k McKKlGHT
Memphis, Feb. 10, lS. GATES k WOOD.
S. K- GATES A. M. WOOD M M'KXtOnT.
GATES, WOOD & McKNIGHT,
. 0. 3 CNI0K STREET, MEMPHIi.
AGENTS Harard Powder Company; Colliers' trh'.tt
Lead and Oil Company, St. Loois ; for sale of Li '
I55JBER & TTIXH.E LiMAXIS",
C o$M JB TM M S
c-. o.i w. t:
mnu-ai') u ucau. uuauu
llance trpntering aca rnn itcre oast'
nee "with eeatness anddlimtcb'.
Repairing and Varnishing execnted in
Ice test style, we warrant ail work done in ear shop.
Uire vj a call. frD.-Jru
JAMES BORO & CO.,
NO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
J. C. JAOBI & CO.,
(No. 326 Maio, bet. Cnion and Gayoto-tts.,)
Importers and Manufacturers of
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGAES AID TOBACCO.
"lOXSTAXTLTonband. alarge assortment of the most
lavonte cranes, at moceraie prises.
A. jr., WALT & CO.,
.WnOLESAIX ASD RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN ALL XIITDJ Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Ssntheast Corner of Main and Union Sts.,
TT1TE alwavf on hand a well and carefnllv selected
XX stock f articles in their line, which they will sell at
the lowest current prices.
J3" Orders promptly flUed with dispatch.
J. T. FUSSEIili,
3sro- i-iiC3Ticr,r now,
oc23-tf MEMPHIS, TENN.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
rriHE highest market prices paid for rough and rendered
A Tallow, Lara ana soan urease. novz-iy
J. B. SHAEPE,
Ko. 96 MadUoR-tt., hctween Front Row and Main,
WOULD respectf ally inform the merchants ef Mem
phis and surToan 'tag country, that. he has jatt re
turned frm the cities of Virginia, wherehe estaHisfaed
a permanent Agency It the sale of all grades of Tirgin
iaTobaco", and intends to keep couatantly on hand a
stock equal to the demand, at manufacturers' prices.
Being fatly able to comp "te with the New Turk, Bsltt
more, Cincinnati aud New Orleans markets, he invite
the attention of all dealers la the aboTe article to hit
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ocSI-d&w-tr J. B. SnARPE.
A. r. M'CANE.. ..r". S. WILLIAIIS.
McCAKE & WILLIAMS,
(Sccceatora to Wheat tc Tnylor,)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Duvall'3 Bluffs, Arkansas,
At tit cresting ef the ilempitit end little Rod Reil
road on Tt'hite River.
THET keep constantly on hand Snrar, Coffee, Salt,
Floor MelasseS, and all other articles uscady kept
in a Grocery, wuich they wiH ev.l low for caah or ex
change for Hides, Pars aad Peltries, or any oU.?r article
broaxbt to the aarket.
r? Goods destined for Little Rock: or the adjacent
eoBBttea. shipped o Darah's BlnA. wW be forwarded
uaaaeitutety, as there are always wagons ana teams in
readiaess to haul to aay point,
JOHN B. "B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
1 A"K H3F AC J 1EU,
No. GG Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
MCom X3t 1 g , Tenn.,
ribm KEEPjconstantlyonbaDd. BOOTS sn1c.A"
J SHOES, of his own make, also of other JS il
hLI manaractnrers. Heteps. a:to Leather. SaJ
'"'""Sole and Upper, Calf Skins. French and
American Shoe Findings. Trank, Carpet Bags andVa-lis-s,
all of which he wl I sell as cheap as any in this
market. Give bus a call before purchasing elsewhere.
A. STKEET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KIND3 OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
auglS MEMPHIS, TENN.
G. B. 1LOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
REAL ESTATE BBOBEB,
83 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every description,
Furniture, Land Scrip aad Warrants, Stocks, Renting and
Leasing Property, kc
Storage and Consignments solicited.
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. X. CALDWELL,
an oid and experienced Auctioneer, lata of Huntsville, Ala
bama, I am foHy prepared to attend to consignments and
Sales of every description. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
made on Consignments.
S3"Storage and consignments solicited.
P. S. I aim Agent for The Adams Express Company,
N. B. EOREST,
"BEaAXtfLI. IX SliAVES,
No. S7 Adams-st, Memphis, Ten.
twenty-five likely young negroes, to which he Jg
desires to call the attention of purchasers. Tl
He will bain the regular receipt of negToes32
from North and South Carolina every month. His Ne
gro Depot is one of he most complete and commodiout
establishment of the kind in the Southern country, ir
his rrgolaUons exact and systematic, cleanliness, neat
n7s and coufort being strictly observed and enforced
His aim is to furnish to. custorrers A. 1 servants aoc
field lands, sound and perfect in body and mind. Ne
groes taken on.commls'lon.' . . sn2l
Brooms to jlet.
- ,fRS- C E- SATTEBFIELD, corner ef Madison and
IVX Second streets, can accommodate several families,
alto Day Boarders. JarJl-dJm
r. M. APPEr.SOS....C. DELOACn....DAVID APAMS.
E. 31. APPEKSOX & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
BAGGING.BOPE, GBOCEB.IES, &c.
If O. CS FROXT ROW. end 6 JEFFERSOX-ST ,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
PRATT'S COTTON GIXS.
WE are Agents for the tale of D. I'R ATT'S celbraU-d
COTTON GINS which bare been to fTcrMy known for
the last number of years. Per bod withlog to purchase
are requested to call and examine them. All Gins are
sold under a full guaranty.
rar!5-m E. X. JPPKRS0S- k CO.
J3 Holly Springs, Miss., Times; Grenedi, Miss., Re
publican; Panola, Miss., Star; Uun srille, Ala , Advo
cate; Tnscambla. Ala . Enanlrer; Urowr.si'le. Tenn..
JonrusT, copy tlx months, i nd s'ml I ,1s to this office.
A. M. HOPKINS & CO.,
X Sttccntort la Poivell i Co.,)
C . . -rr
O t-fc OH el C t O F
IVO. 41 UXIO" STREET,
epl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
X. WILDS VERXOH,
D. C. WILLI A3I3,
l w. A. BSTJUI,
II. X BHYAS,
Late of LaGrenge, Tenn.
Late of raco'.a, misi.j
TBMON, BETA! & CO.
mon Factors, Commission and
Forty ar din 5
No. 6 Frsnt Row, over Mencham tt Galbralth's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Srortng. Shipping aad
Setting Cotton. Charges 60 cents percale.
t3 All cotton sent to as will be cuverul 2 insurance,
unless otherwise instructed. augvs
WARD LAW IIOK ABJJ WM. T. HOWARD
W. MOWilKD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
TV BALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twise, Sugar, Coffee, Mo-
JL lasses, Kioe, J-lour, Lara, itacon, iiscterei, bait,
London PorUr, Aie, Wine, Whisky, Ticegar, Gaaao,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries .generally. A goud
slock now on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
t3Cash advances made on Cottons in store for sale or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unlets otherwise Instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers ail Cotton con
signed to as by water ; also, the rise of Fire while in
store, unless otherwise instructed. Our prize for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as we have charged for
years past city cents per bate. lalyso
...J. M. BEID.
R. REID & BRO.,
NO. 35 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LL Cotton rent to onr address Insured, unless instruc-
XA lions to the contrary are received, nantatioa
orders ailed with care. Store and Sell Cottsn at fifty
cents per bale. drl-tmyl7
T P. ATDLETT.
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
0. S9 GRAVIER-ST., SEW ORLE.VNS.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
COMMISSION MERCH ANTS
NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
TTTILL make cash advances on all C-tton or other Pro-
V Y dace shipped to T. P. Aydiett k Co., New Orleans.
CUDDY, BROWN & CO.,
36 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
1ASn advances made on all Cotton or other Prod ace
a consigned as above, oy juilm unu,
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet. Front Kow & llainj
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
Coi ton and other Produce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices. octSS
J. Xj. terser s
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
Up Stairs, Ko. 17 1-2 Front Eow, Memphis.
WILL pay particular attention to filling orders foi
Groceries. Bagzlng and Rope, kc
T. B. NORMENT,
KOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
ALARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always ca hand.
FELIX WALKER, N. C. SNIDERt
Near Orleans, La. CoffeevlUe, Miss.
WALKER & SNIDER;
Cotton Factor s
No. 123 Canal Street,
JulylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
L. BEASLET A. W. LOVING.
IlEASEEY & LOTING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Mcrciianls
Gr oaoral Grooors.
NO. 14 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
ALARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on hand.
Charges fifty cents per bale, all other Produce a'
usual raees. initrpctlrns strictly Obeyed, ood prompt
rmitane. All P.oduce Insured, unlets otherwise In
truded aiur3 da- ly
MASON ....O. C. E06NE.. L. C NOItVEIX.
Ilully hp'lcgs. Miss. Louisville, Ky. Rip' y, Miss.
MASON, BOONE Ai NORVEL.I,,
n r. rn nn n w i?Anrnr.TDc
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
No. 101Main-St., Memphis, Tenn.
BAGGING, Rope, Jeans, Licseys, and a general stock
of Plantation Supplies constantly on hand.
T. J. DAVIDSON...... J. B. ELLIS.. A. C BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
No. 219 Afcin Street, East tide betaeen Jefferson end
Adams, Memphis, Tenn.
ROPE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always cn
hand. JcngO-da tf
S. II. GATES..-. A. M. WOOD.
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON1 PACTOBS, GBOCEBS,
Produco and General Commission
.Vo. 3 Union Street, between Main and Front Row,
AFTER an active application to builnrss, for over
, eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage of our friends In the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of jur ability to please such as may
confide their business to our charge. Our stock of Bag
ging, Rope and General Supplies will not be excelled in
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
mads on cc alignments In store. Insurance on Cotton or
ether Produce, In store, will only be effected npon actual
luttrnctitns, or whea under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured while is
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on
the face of bills lading.
To all our friends who have so liberally patronised as
during years past, we shall oner the same Inducements as
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
lunlJ-dawly GATES ft TVOOD.
, Laths and Shingles,
B0GERT k "WITT are still making Laths, and ate sj.'
ways prepared to supply the public with the bes ar
ticle at reduced prices. They are al-o making Shingtes
and will keep a supply constantly on handi Mill on'Woli
river, above the Bayoo. July 18. '56 ly,
Bagsihrr, Bale Rope and Twine,
"i ONSTANTLT on band and for sale by
O B. MERRILL,
oct23 Monroe street.
WALKER & BROTHERS,
. No. 79 Front Bow,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTRIXG,
A!CD AVnOLESALE DE.VLEHS IK
Dry Clooils, Boots & Slsocs,
ARE lost receiving and rmlag a splendid assortment
of SprtBg and Snmnier Goods, to which they call the
espvetal att nttoo of Country Merchants and River Tra
ders. Onr faculties aie eacn as locempeie wnu aoy, auu
to and r'eU a good many. Pleaee call ana s- e.
C. r. 31. KOLAKD.
I0.ANs & CO.,
J.ITTi.E ROCK, A"K.
TJEFKRHO J. Kbox yaitsr, MUes Owen and Capt
I XX- Charley Chaixh. . oi-u
SI a--, toirnm H Powlk-V Eiuress ccpy tin
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
0FFEB3 his services to the futile and will give
prompt attention to any buflnr-tscot.nectfd w, h his
veealioB. Ho may be found at hts effloe on the w. st
sidecar Maun stmt, soath of Uaioc, (Caaovan's Build
ing,) No. 3U, oolea aoeent ib prfoslaoal baslness.
J. E Ctadwick, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. Trcvine, Robertson Topp,
8 X. WaddeO. PLilip H. Themr-iri,
JakaS. Gtsybrook. febS-Iy
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
I Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines, Cigars. Fruits, &c,
NO. 293MAIN-Sr., AtiMHIIS.. TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Main street, Herf door to Odd FeUtnet' Hall,
PURE DilCCS AXI) MED1CIXES,
nHEMIOAI. Sarglcal Instruments, Fancy Goods,
V j Paints. Oils. Window Glass. Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden seeo, anas, louacco ana uigars
Brandies and Wines.
X3T Kvery article seed by as warranted as represented,
satject to re reiameaaiour fxpwse. juijo-iy
AND DEALER IN
WatcUes, CSocIcs, and Jewelry,
CORKER OF MAIN AND ADAMS-STS.,
TAKES this method of Informing his friends,
and tb public generally, thai he has moved from
his old stand to the corner of Main and Adarn
'streets, where he will take pleasure in exaibitlnr
a new and choice lot of JEWELRT, to those who may
favor him with a call, and will be pleased to execute all
orders for repairs in his line. He hopes, by honesty, integrity-,
and his efforts to please, to gain the confidence
and liberal patronage of all who may Sad It convenient It
visit his establishment.
S3" All orders for repairing in ovary branch of my bu
aim-as promptly attended to. angSt-ly
THE HAZARD POWDER COMPAM,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
"tONTINrE to ofllT tbeir well known brands rf KLEC-
w tkiu 1.NIJIA.N nirLS ana KKriiuim nui.h
POWDER In kegs and canisters. Alo, Gun Powder tor
Blasting and Mining, oomprislag a full ass. rtment of
qualities and kinds required by the trade, guarantied
to give entire satlsfactivn.
Thi staadaniof tbeir powder,"wbJrras cow enjoyed the
highest rot RUllon lor more taaa iwemy-ave years,, wm
be found anaurpasMd by aay other manufacture of the
kind in the world.
For ssle in this city by GATES & WOOD, Agents and
at the eft! Ob of the Com piny. No. 83 Wall 'corner Water
street New York. A. G. HAZARB, President.
A K. Douglass, Sec'y raa.o-UBm
L THOMPSON & CO.,
(srecEssOBs to e. n. racine.)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Fine IbViuidics, Wines,
Mavama CI g ar s 3
AND THE FINEST QUALITY tP
JEFFERSON blREET, (Breatbett f Stoner's llolidlng,;
lielween Mai 1 anu s,xoua.
fUST RBCEITEO Brandies, nenry Mounle & Co., 1810s
I Old CasUllon, 18ifi: Old Lamoude, 1S20;
Old Rocbrll. ani dlff rent brandings.
Wines, Champagne and Ciaret;
Old Soath siJe Maderia,Topax Sherry;
Chimpaffae. Flrur d Boagy, Criam do;
Cre-oest, Olivier Old Chaaperlin Bergundy;
Oid Vieax Csps Sparkling Bergundy;
Clarets, CfcaUax Margeaax. Latonr Glass Stopper;
Laflto, St. Estpfae. and other brands, too numeroui
Scotch Ale. London Porter ;
Faacy Groceries, kc, ke. feb25-dCra
S3" noBy Spriaes Democrat copy three mentbs, and
sead bill to this office for collection.
FRAXSIOLI & W1LLIAMS0K,
and Retail Dealers In
Cbma.Glass an.! Earth
enware, French au'
German Vases, Silver,
Silver Plated, German
Silver and Eritanla
l are Fine Table Cut
153 Main Street,
Also Look ing Glasses.
lAok'ng Glaas Plates,
Ta Trays. Parlor
1. 1 .Tps, Chandallers,
FOR sale tr
ttohZ. MI Mall
15 rjycamorc-st., Cincinnati, o.
H. G IfcCOluAS,
Commission &. Forwarding Merchant,
NO 15 SYCAMORE STREET, CINCINATI, OHIO.
AT LaiMI), T0UXG & CO.'S,
No. 269 Main Street.
PRUE AND I, by G-orge William Outtls.
Irviog's Sketch Book of Geoffrey Ci ayon.
The American Citizen : His Rights and Duties, Accord
ingto the ConMituiiun or the UniUd States, by Joli"
Dopklae, U L.D. and D. D.
Autvbiugrapfay of Peter Cartwright, the Great Bark
woods Prracher, by Strickland.
Sermons by S. II. Spargeon, of London.
ljt.-GBaml; Or, Wanderings In Southern Afrira.Vf
Aedersea. , -t
My Latt Cruise; Or, Where We Went and What Wfl
Saw with an Account nf Voyages to China, Japan
Leecbo Islands and Liberia, by A. N. naberiham
The Lives of the Lord Gbaneellers Of England, by Lcid
John Campbell, L. L. D. and P R. S.
Webster's Private Corretpondence.
Torrmin s Chemical Charts
Tollman's Chemical Atlas.
Webster's Pocket Dictionary.
Swedenborg'a Works. apl
A GREAT SPECULATION I
PEARL WORK UPON GLASS,
NOTICE Is hereby given to all whom It may concern,
that the undersigned Is the Patentee, having theer
elusive aiKlsele right to manufacture and vend SnAW'S
PATENT PEARL WORK, being an eotirely new and
beautiful mode of ornamenting glass In imitation of pear
wirk. ly an original design and process, imparting a
brilliant, ti legated appearance to the surface of llic
Glass. Tt isadmVrably adapted to lettering upon signs
show cards, kc , kc , being Impervious to water, dnraUe
and lasting, and cheaper in execution than ordinary pain
trriV and can be learnt In one hour.
Any infringement upon my patent wilt by prosecute-i
to the extent f the law. 'Persons' whodeslre to purcha e
State .or CouU)y RUhts, rithrr. In Tennessee, Arkansas--.
Mf'alstlppl, can apply to J. M. SnAW it CO.. comer cf
Bank Avenue and Madison street,, Memphis. Tenn'., wb
arefullyauthorUsdtoactforma?' ' -- '-
Choice Irisli Potatoes.
1(1fl SACKS for sale by
LXtJ B. MERRILL,
ocUS No; S Monroe street.
fofels, Sacstaurairfs, &t.
Corner of Main and Adams street.
J MEMPHIS, TENN.
TniS House Is situated in the centra of business, ana
is now flnlshe4 and in compleu order. The Pioprictor
plcdgesnirseif u shall not be surpassed by aay House in
Btln grateful forth very liberal patronage beslowet.
on htaJor the last two years, he hopes by a street atteo
tlon Ubuilness to merit a continuance of the same.
QC7-U j. j. worUHAlf, Prbprletor
f ON UNION STEEET.
rnnEtcbscrlbtrrc.peclfnnjLTfonnshls old friends and
j. Aiau ia punicinat he nas opeUKi a new iMsiau
rant all. uniid street, wkm he la nmun li fnrnlsbrl
the beftnclaali that cm hefonnd In the market, served
in the bssTPariHiri atvl. nrtera Rima KtAls. Salt
and Ftelv Water 11th. Bird m fact.
to IheJIjiaatand moldflieatevnlTireAn
Give .ii a caH I have six different rooms forlhe ae?
commodjtUjn of Private Parties. I will not be eatdbne
in any branch connected with my business.
lebSj-lf GU3. DSMPERWOLF.
WORSniU HOUSE COXFECHOSERY.
,WH0LESAL3 AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Eancy Candiea,
Adams Street, under tlie Wor-
KEEP3 constantly on hand a large astortatent of Grern
abu Dry Fruits. Fruits in their tin Julc Jellies.
PiTt.erves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Picskd Oys-
tersLPickfes, Ct rdials. Srrnrs. tine Wines. Braadle. all
kinds Nuts. &j.
rj jy m conaect.un with this estab-
sC,4i a? jSr tollshmeatl hav-flltelupan Oyster
fV ?9 S?Saloon and will ncel.e FRESH
Cufcdai' OTSTERS by every packet.
no-iss-iiv a p. be i -.Htrrro.
P. H. HEINRICK & BRO..
f 297 MAIN STREET,
T77:KP coastantly on haod a large variety of PLAIN
JASaurt FANCrO INDIES. CASKS, Fraita, Preserves,
eC4 wuoietaie ana rau. we are also prepaid to fur
nisi parties at the shortest notice.
IN conned!- a with this we
open oar I.ADIB8 and
F.NTLEMENS' OTST1SR SA
LOON from 9 o'clock a . M.. to 12
o'clock p. si., and are receiving daring the whole seasea,
FRESH OYSTERS by every st-am r. We solicit a share
of the UMic patrnoase. novz-d&H
GARVIN, BELL & CO.,
Nos. 442 and 444 Main-st , LonisTille, Ky.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AXD FAXCF DRV GOODS,
Manufacturers of Clothing
DESIRE to Inform their customers and Merchants gen
erally, that th-ir larite stock of STAPLE DRT
Gyons 1: now full and complete; also, that thry have
rented and fitted up Ut bouse adjoining their old stand,
as a SI IX AND FAN8T DRY GOODS AND VARIETY
SrORE. and made large additions to tbeir nsual Stocks
in Uio.e lines. They particularly Invite attention to
their extensive and varied assortment of
Their Stock in this lice Is allot their own manufacture,
aad as they have added largely to this branch of their
bnalcesi, are prepared to ofTer gr"at Indacemeats for
cash, er on time to prompt dealers; and to such ther
p'edge themselves to sell as low as siml'ar Goods can be
boasht in the Eastern markets. rnar7-da2m
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
SEWS AND BOOK PRIXTIXG PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPEBS OP ALL KINDS,
4TT Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
R. FITZGERALD. ..CHAS. C. BILL..J. WOODWORTR.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Successors to Park, Simpson Co.,)
Cfrocerss Produce ealers3
COMMISSIOX & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
no. 82 iTont Bow, Memphis,
B. W. ALEXANDER H. 1. LANSING.
ALEXANDEB & LANSING,
Aua. bs Astu oo luuusr antstT,
Saint Xiouis, 3VCo.
J. Mnrphy, Memphis ; Cook k Co.. Memphis ;
Barnett Sa Walker " Todd & Cover. "
Charles Pottei, " feb5-6m
GEXERAL COMMISSIOX MERCHANTS,
Main Street, Louisville, Ky.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope, Bag
ging, Jeans, Linteys, kc. Iatr23-ly
a. o. SMiTn....B. r. atrrnniE....GE0. j. Rowland.
SMHII, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 564 Mala Street, between Second and Third,
JsnlS-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
M. IIAnvET n. B. HARVEY.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
will be given to the Sale or
wartLng of Goods r,
cabsigned to oar
We will conflict freight on the
above mr re-sLiptaent either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience In ear market
in lb- purchsji--e' Staph j and assorted Merchandise.
Refer to Coo k Co., J. C. &..9lng k Bro , Speed
faStnnge. Hannah k Sflanks. ded2-ly
PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSE.1
3S,ctoirsis XzxLtl.o Wotico.
TnK un-lerslgned having leased the spacious CotUn
Warehouse, corner of Monroe and Third streets,
lately occupied by Messrs. Chapman k So., are prepared
to Store Cotton, Whisky, Sail, Sugar and Merchandise
generally, upon favorable terms
fb3. 6m W. R. GUNNIS k CO.
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAVINGS BANK & EXCIIAXGE OFFICE,
No. 20 Madison Street.
THIS Institution, having been organized under a charter
granted by the General Assembly of the State of Ten
neteee. Is now ready for business. The Directors for the
ensuing year are :
FRANK M WHITE, AUG'ST M. FOUTE, Pret't.
C. J. SELDBN, E. M. AVERT. Cashier.
By the charter, married women and children may de
posit all sums oi not less than 81 per week, subject only
to their control. Interest allowed on all deposits for
more then four months, at six per cent, per annum. Ex
change oB New Tori and New Orleans. Collections made
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Tenn.. Dec. 7th, 1S5S. ly
WATT C. BRADFORD.
- O D0Z. Crucibles, Nos. IS to 40;
1 A 16 Clrcula- Saws, 43 to 60 inches ;
300 bbls. Newark Cement;
200 " Plaster Parts ;
A good stock of Gum Bolting ;
Files of a superior quality, all sixes ;
French Bun Mill Stones, all sizes;
A large lot superior Belting Cloth;
For sale low at the Union Feuadry, Poplar street.
Lumber JLumber f
I HAVE the largest assortment of Lumber on hand I
baveeveroffered, consisting in part of Seasoned Cy
press and Poplar, H, 1, 1 X and 2 inches wide and dear;
Sills 6x8 and SxlO; Jolce 2xS, 2x9, 2x10 and 2x12 ; Scant
ling 2x1, 2x5, 2x6, 3x1, txl, and 4x6; Weatherboardlng,
Sheeting-, Shingles and Walnut Lumber on hand : also a
targe lot of dressed Yellow Pine Ffeorlng and rou gh Pop
lar Flooring, Red. Cedar Posts of all sizes.
Tard on Batture, South side of Centre Landldg.
jnnlS-dtwawly M. E. COCHTSAN.
THE co-partnership heretofore existing bet wren Drs.
K. P. WATSON it A. L. KIMBRO, has been dis
solved by mutual consent. Dr. Elmbro settles the old
N. B- Dr. KIMBRO will continue business at the old
office, on Union street. Jn24-da-w3m.
O jSL 3
HAVINGJust returned from a business, .tour ISortb.
-with all the facilities for taking fine, durable
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes. tStc.
I am now ready In person to "serve my' friends and" the
public generally in my line, on the most reasonable t inns.
I have no new tangled patents and clan-trim nm xaea
to ofTer the public. My establishment has to stitadtr
tall amid all the blazonry ot Its neighbors, upon Its. oa a
THE subscriber would retpectfuUy an.
. li MD ujr i MtutpoiB asa sur-
i j a naia J ub. an, as aauw V iy:al LUa J
t FANCT DEI GOODS, LACE 3, EM BRO I D-
KRIES ltd a -snrT l.c.Tl mant nt T. 1 HI tQ
FANCY GOODS, T7hlch he U prepared to sell at it
itij lunni prices, jorcatn.
an Kinai or AIIL.UNERT a4e laordrr tttaeihertesl
wv nn DG,ni.
No. tCO Main street, third ,L, Jh... i-t. i.'n
ROSE P. THOMPSON,
Xi JU. u V i L) .
I WOULD anno an re to the ladles of Memphis aad sur
rouod.B? ceaatry that I have removed to Ne. 27
- i -a. u5 maur ansa I nave removi
Jaam aireei. ttsi St Nrtil'. i.t .1..1 t 1
f connected wl h mrMii.inetr buim. .n.,'t.i. n.
1 Making estauH.hmtnt. hr n tF . a,,
j 7,1.1 "Ju,u " reoivsuainctfroau Kurope,
e-anii solicit ipeir pstronage. nurM-lni
JiAUlUi' FURNISHING DEPOT
' BY MADAME ET.,
'Ao.730Mair Street, MempTiis,
(Over Drt. Shanlt and TtralTt OJlce )
Corsets and Shoulder Braces,
2-! IDE AND SOLD,
DRES3iS made la the neatrst aad raoit fashMauMe
Embroidery Stamping neaUj done. Also,
Stamps Mado for Embroidery.
Fartieatar attention gives to th asaaafaetare of
Shoulder Braces and Inmroved cornets.
Tbo art af CatUag aad Makiag Dresses taaaht, and
u-iii ir soiling inroi-oMi to all of which tax at-
t cation nf the lad.es is invited.
Reoan open frea 8 to 12 a. t.. and from 2 to 6 r. 3f
53" Mr. 11., manofactarer and repairer of Sewla:
C BOXES Star Candles;
100 halt boxts Star Candst :
loo quar. "
10 barrels Lard Oil;
38 boxes Pearl Starch :
30 German Soap; Jast to band and for sale.
vu avunuuMruatjui, t,7s. Uin, a.' w
P No. 23 Front Row.
O F BALES Eentacky Twins and laorfTS, Jest received
w U aad for sale low to the trad"
DOUGHERTY k ATDLETT.
No. 23 Front Row.
S. B. WIfililAMSOlV,
(Successor to Williamson Hancock,)
isa va v vy jlu jlv.
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
JEmvana Cigars &c.
NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
0 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lari;
so tierces sugar-Cure Hams;
29 kegs Shot, assortd sixes :
100 ti's WhlskT.
All of which we will sell cheap for cash at N.
r rum now, jgempus.
Jnlyl S. B. WILLIAMSON.
THE subscribers keep on hand the following articles,
which they warrant to be or first quality, and for
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver k Oo. ' Improved Cotton Gins;
Tva;ons, Northern and Southern manufacture;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder. Shot and Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior article ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Parts ;
Together with a general assortment of all artieles can
al ly kept in a Grocery store,
G WYNNE k GIBSON,
Ialv2 Nos. 1 aad 2 Exchange Building.
ETC5IA.YARLVE & BRO.,
aria SITUATED In Fort Pickering, on the
a.rj r.iiorn Laxe itcaa, nave on nana a nns as-
-"S5,ortment of SHRUBBERY, In every Ce-
n.fm nl Mt.iltli... 1m . . a.
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, Kcctavines, &c.
Also, Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va
rieties, with: good supply of Evergreens, Green House
Plants, Bnlboas Roots, Rtubaib and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant si Memphis, will be rune
tua'ly attended to, and all Plants guarantied to order
and delivered to any part of the city, free of chaige.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens la town
or c. a try, at the Fhen-at notice.
Nb-.-0-gm BTtrnAVASNE k PtO.
VniXTWIY At K. ...... . , Ifnn.W
0 Green, would rcpuctfally say to 014 01
rrienos am castoiaers tnar. m is siail at
the i-fcl stand, with a good supply of Fntlt
arctai, cunaisiiDS t
PI u nig,
Also, R-spberry, Strawberry aad wrape Vines, is va
rieties, wMh a good supply of Evergreen. Green Haas
Plants, Batboos Roots, Rhubarb asat Asparagus.
Orders from a dtatance, acompaaiel with draft or order
ou a -eipeetabte raiehant at Mesapfais. w.n panctaaCr
attended to. and ail plants gaaraollrdto order aad de
livered any pai t of the city, free f charge.
Nursery on Main street. South Memphis.
octll-d6m Receiver of MKjey &. Green.
. BOOTS, SHOES, BROGAXS. &C.
. DO you want to buy Shoes of any kind
Ifk Ladies', Mens', or Children, Gentle-
JMj&twmrnV. Boys and Youths' flneorcosmon
Tss BOOTS, SHOES, or BROGANS? Go to
301 Main Street, Memphis,
Next door to W. H. Hunt's Qaecnsware Store, where
there Is now opening a Urge and entirely new stock, and
where all who wish can be accommodated at either whole
sale or retail, at low pi Ices, for ca.b
rasrl0-2m - WALLACE & VAN PELTS.
ice: ice: ice:
HAVING completed our MAMMOTH ICE HOUSE on
Beat street, near the corner ot Shelby, we are now
prepared & furnish our friends and customers with ICK
at ONE CENT PBRP0CND. All otdersfor pscklng wi'l
be promptly ami carefully attended to in all -easons ot
the year at lowest rates.
The community may depend upm our sr-pp'jing then
wl'h Ice at the above rate. It Is our Intention to keep
prices within means of the poor as well as rich.
53" All orders left st the Wharf-Boat, at the Mam
moth Ire Hore, or at Barnett k Walker's, (190 Main
street ) will be promptly filled.
mar24-6m DUVAL. ALGEO k CO.
InAVE seld out my Stable on tha corner ef Union and
Secand stt eets, resigned all ray accounts, and made
an arrangement ror tne prompt seiiiemem oj au my ttt
debledncss. I take this public mode of returning my aln-
cere thankfo my kind frlendt and patrons, (those who
paid.) and ef cordially recommending my successors. In
whose nonesiy ana iniegwy a autre iuc moat implicit re
liar ce, anoVwbom I take a special pleasure in recommend
ing to my numerous tiirnds as kind and courteous gentle
men, from whom you can always get value tor your
money. u. at. slalx.
Memphis, February , itui.
The above card of our old friend Black will spprise our
friends of Memphis and surrounding' country that we
can be found at t tie above stand at all hours, both day and
night, rady and willing to serve our friends 'n.any de-
nrss wUl be DrompUy
R. R B'.ark.
X. P. FERRELL it CO.
JUTA'CE PIES !
FRESIt and hot MINCE P.IKS art to be bad every day
at f3T30Cl3.-tTS, oh Madison street, and
families served tegularly, on the shortest notice, with a
J3 Parties furnished with Cakes, Confections, Wines
i kc, on we shortest notice, and In UPECHT'S nsual good
I style. Give him a call. aov27-dtt
GREAT SOUTHERN TROUT!
Prom New York, Philadelphia, Bal
timore and Boston,
TO IkCC 23 IVX X3 do: X ,
Via Charleston, S. C.
THROUGH RATES of P'etghi Ir New Yk and
Patlade phia, to MemsWs am Suiisn. Mam. haa
aadCharlestoaRaauraad, by New York, ant Phiaadetpbta
oLcamauip i.meB lousarrestaa, a. cj. :
FIRST OLAS3 Plaaa Fertest Bsakt, SU- '
aeaef, ihiats.Shbaa, Itnts, OslsV Ac m
batOaai Oaatf btaw aad spirits Tawpsatlsn
to bimet-s ilarpettajr, bbtea, Oko smT
cases, coat a ad kssceSp Dry (isua In
bx aad bakt; Drags, 'raMavPtaM
Trees asrl Sbrsbbery. Fun, SiresiSeeds,
LoekiEK G buses and Lookksg Utass Plata,
(at owner's rtek.) Oysters ia caas aad
iatt, (SaWr. Tin and Brittaaia Wan.
Teas and Spitsiuber lM poaad.......,M$z 13 SAM
SEC05D OLASf-Uatawate. except a
astp-esn.-a in rmt aad Third Classes;
Osa MtUs, Maekiaerr. Fomra moats SB
batrais aad pipes, Tobacec in tsaxr, Leataer
ia rolls aad tuxi, OUs ib barrels, aad cask,
Crockery aad Q-iteitsware is eras aatt
evsks, Riee Wbiirng, Plaster, Sheer Braes
aad Capper, w lee poaads 41 St .! 99
THIRD CLASS. Axes. Sc vets, Sitadts. Su
troaa, aib ana us la pic. Tit mate, Aa--lls.
Vms. casks or Chains aad Urn, Ms
ai la aad t4tn Cordage, Otflv Beavy
Caattnss, Mill Gearieg, Carrtaise Sprsats
au-i .s.Ti.s, JUitnud HMit aad Asa.-.
Chairs aud Spikes, and Kotibia barrel, per
lOOroaiirtt etes t
a-skiai, saiss uain list.. ......... 5 is $8 is
x'. wiiuitr duu . arr-atn-s Doaeo. aaw otaer
light artacka. bt wutaus-aied; sita. Oaf
toy of Adds or otzwr Chetaicats, will be
caaraMl by actual weight, bat at d.ablo
rwst mats Rates, per 113 passad. $4 96 $1 99
U-rUWAUUlAU AX VILVatLSBSTUM HCAK Or
Tsk a bars rates cover all exrxases f rasa Now Tait aad
Phgaddpkla to Taecasbta and Mesapfca, wtjea shlapsa:
J3 Csasiza yoar euods to Ana Soath GsreiasttR.
R , Charleatoa, aad havt packages aurksA car S. C R
R., CttarsKtsa, S. 0.
Have every package plainly marked wMh eeasfgaeea'
saaio .or shipping taatk. Also. smiv. marked asm tbr
packages the Depot ot Mivesy, aad tha iaMUss a the
Road doltveriag. Alien tava ta tats matter pwitu de
lays aad neeoaetguBMnis.
Goods by thU raale are araasMrtsd with ml dtsssatch
over toe Soaib Caroliaa, Geo' gta aad cuaaMltag reads.
ayvay aaatgai nxpreaa Tram. Sbiapr atay re ar
osaSdeatlyoa the dispatch aad certainty of the Caarlirs
tuLtae. EUBTHEB ADVANTAGES.
PersoSM shisntE br Sail Vessels aad PimmM. rs from
BallisaoR, Nw I.t, Philadelphia aad wtU re
ceive the full benefit of aay contract ths-y may male with
th'te vrseets, and try eoasigaiag their goods a. the Agt ai
of the Seats Carwtiaa Road, they wt.1 be forwarded free
of coamusstas, at the foMawl, g raiea :
PROM OHARLESrON TO TUSCCMBIA. MEMPHIS.
First CUss, (tee Classification
above ) per 199 soaads Si 30 SI 56
Second Uass, (do. da ) si 8 SI 24
Third data, (do d.l y 87 $1 00
Special rates for light got.ds,
per iev poaaa $: 16 $3 10
bp a mer are geeerally bal aae dar Qasckaur th.a Pro-
pellors, aad frusa two to three davs qntcker tttaa Sailing
Vessels, itoaa New Tork aad PsatadeipiMa, aad other
Eastern ports, to Charleston. Aa-I where a tew days. 1
time is not aa ebjeet. treea SO to 49 ceat aer M aoaads.
tan be sat ed by shipping oa the latter da of TeaeM
Yi e are now delivering goods in Nashvi !e at from 9 t
14 day. from New York, aad K will take aat 26 hoars
more to deliver at Memphis.
FACTS FOR CONSIDERATION.
1st. Charles-toa has sobtcribnl aad pa.4 bit a mil
lion to the Nashvi.le aad Chattanooga, and haat a mtation
2J. Savaanah. aad reads lea J lag to that paint, bare
Invested nothing lu Western Railroads.
31. All thiags being eqasl, (time, rates kc .1 the city
aad line wbKh has contr.bated o largely ta the advaace
aient of oar Road, and the devetuprarat of the retoatcts
of our State, ahoaM certainly be patreaisad hi prefereace
to i aostf mat nave cunirtastra nothl&g.
4th Northern TransportatioB Lines have aa claisa
apon Southern people. The Charkslea Line ts cotaeeatsi
of Roads, all "home lastltuttws," coarMCtsag the great
ainer ot aters na the Atlantic seaboard
6th. Overcharges by this Liae wHi be nrosstto- ad
lasted by the Agents of the Memphis and Charleston
The forward iBg den rtawntai Chart, stoa is oader th
exstatrva management of the oM esiablMhed boose f
a. Lafittc k Co , whoe experience aad kaewn repa
tatlon tor preaplmn. is a gaaranly that the bdelBess
will t well attend, a to and got.ds promptly dl-puch d.
Exp-tse bids, thowmg charges to Charleston, will be
xsaueu 10 cvosiKiiees.
Remember lhat goods by steamers from New Tork
and Philadelphia are forwarded when consigned and
marked aa directed, free ot all charge. Whea shipped by
eatting vessels or propslrers, they will te forwarded tree of
commlssieas, drayage and wharfage oaly charged.
Freights to ail Stations on the Memphis aad Charleston
RaUread between Stevens-m aad Taacerabto. are entitled
aad will be cuarged the same rates as te Taecasibta, and
all paiats between Tuscumbia aad M mpais, the same
rate as te Mi mpbis.
The rates by Chariest n shall at an times be as lew as
bfSavaaaah,andallchaages win be daty aBneaBeed la
ta Uempais papers.
Por further lafonnatloa, apply to or aUress
CHAS. W ANDERSON,
Western Agent, Charleston Line,
No. 26 OMIegeStreet, KashviHe, Tean.
Eastern Agent, Charleston Liae,
ap3-tf No. 196 Broadway, New York.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
By IVaUAroatl from. Cxviro 1
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Hours, without Break
oj uuage or uienge oj van or tsaggage.
BRANCH FROM CENTRA LI A IS NOW FINISHED,
Thus snort cuing the time to sixteen hours to Chicago.
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Car?
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Palis
Rochester, Albany, New York, Boston, aad all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities Only two change t Oars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three Irani Cairo to Albany, and
four frost Cair.i ta Stve York. Time from Oalr- to N-w
York, forty-Bine hears. Fare as low, aad comfort steal
er, than by aay oth-r route. Passengers tareagh are
SOT suejectea ta lae aetays eeateaaent to the frequent
changes by short Haee of RaRroads taraagh Indiana a-jt
Ohio, to the East auto North.
Also, connecting at Chicage with Mtcalsaa Smithon.
Trains, for Cteveiaad, Daaklrk, aad the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad aad Steamers far Ractae, Mttwaakee,
Sheboygan, Ac, and with a sptsstdrd Line ef irst Ctasr
Stesmers for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Superior, CoRtag
wood. Toronto, kc.
"rains leeveCatro Every Morning aad Evening as fol
6:05 a. it., Chicago aad Dsaieith. ExpreM. Ssndayv
This Trala connects at Chicago with New Yotx Light
aiag Exprw. over Michigan Oesttral, Great Western and
New York OMral Railroads, throagh ia thirty-oae hoars.
ruts Trata also ceanects at Sandoval with 0ie iaf
Mississippi Radruad lor St. Loabs aJ Ytncestae; i:
Paea, with Trains cf the Terra Haate, A.Uo and St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, LoatsviUe and Otorln
au: aLDefialnr. with Maui Ijnai Rnmi Snr cun
Uunleith; ihe latter cenaecg with riains ta aprhar- f
SHu, Naples, Rocklsiand, Barlinglon and Qatucy.
6:10 f. M., .lew Tork Lxprer. Saturdays excey:ed.
Stepping oaly at importaat Stations, except oa Stgna',
canatcttBg with Mala Liae Day Express from Decatur t.
DuaJeith, and arriving at Cnlcago at 2 p. M.
Passengers for the Upper Mlsaissiypl, will findatDaxt
leltb, steamers of the Dnakith and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave oa the arrival of either Carrv
Train tor Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, fxc. Passenger
for Janes vllle. and Central and Eastern Wlscet,sin, con
nect at Freeport with Trains to BeVolt and Janes viHc, an
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern. Wis
consin. The Maps and Charts Indicating the Great Central
Route to the North and East are au exact transcript of
Col ton's Map of the Unltesl States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as weR as the reining
time cards of the connecting Roads, apd judge for them
selves as to the correctness of the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railrocd from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
comaiunkatlsn between the Upper Lakes anoT Rivers, and
(he Lower Mississippi, aSPinls to the pleasure traveler,
a well as A- bnalness mas, attractions and faculties
for reaching the North, and East, which surpass those ot
any other route whatever. The accemmlatiens fur
nished by the Company fer the convenience ef the trav
eling public, the pennancrcy of the read and structure,
the strength aad elegance ot the Eaartnes aad Cars, com
mend themselves to those who desire In traveling speed
comfort and safety.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE YEAR, with the privilege
of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis,
Cairo, and at the principal Railroad Offices on the line.
WILLIAM MORIS. Agent,
Jnn4-lT -Memphis, Tenn.
tj Office. N.i 15 Jefferson street.
LOOS. TO YOUR INTEREST.
THROUGH TICKETS TO GRENADA.
FavclciuccCl to 30,
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONN ECTINO tea miles south of Holly Spr in gs, b avlns
only sixty-six miles of Staging the cheapest, mcs'
nTeasant. and Quickest route by Mm four ta ten hours
On this route the staging Is but one mile further thai
0u"! PnoU route, although the latter Is represented t
The true distance over t e Panola route Is sixty-fir
In a few weeks the Mississippi Crntral Railroad wilt b
extended to the Tallahatchie river, stilt shortening, th
staging seven; miles less. Travelers will leok to then
comfort and pocket. A word to tha wite is sufficient.
53" For Tickets 6r informstlonapplt to SIMS k CO.';
Agents, at the Railroad, 51 age aad Omslbus Ticket Ut
flee. Commercial notel. ft24-dt
Citv Tax Payers.
s-trrr TAX PATERS ar notified that the Tax Book fai
J the current corporate year is new made out, and
will be kept at the office of the Mayor, where an persons
interested are earnestly invited to caU and settle.
JeblS JOHN NEWS0M, City Tax Col.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
TsTo-tTC Opoaa. to Sffix-ciisi.
Two Daily Trains each "Way,
FROM aad affc-r WEDNESDAT, March 25, 1S67, the
MAIL TRAIN leaves M-nrahia daitr. fSoMava n.
opti at 7:15 a. M , arriving at Sards, a I I9rr a v.
ite-.uraiag. v-aves Sardas at 18:36 A. SI- aul arrtsaa at
Mem at rS r. M
Tba Trata csasu ct at Sard.a with Messrs. J. P Uc AI.
rxiader X. To Dally Liae of Urt class Poat Coaekea fr.r
Paaaia. Srnala, OaataavJaekiB aad Vltksbarg'.
The ACC' 1M MOD ATI ON aad FRaUSHX TB AI.V Uavea
erdtsat5:W A. M., arrtsrhsg at Meakais at 19:40 a. X.
"""8- snm xesapsas av.':3U p u , aad arrives
at Sard:, at 7 30 r x
Punira me reaxtted te vmsssi tlfkeaa- heter-
estteTinst the ears, aod sar. papmeaat of extra, tare.
"nap caaraa to ail ttatkeau on the Kaitraad, aad no
hlM re win rcaiai wsthMt taarehh4. Bach
PaT Ul be alioWTd 119 poatsda if taa hsclaaii-
aaad. awd 99 p.awds sy staj- frat aa sxtSes wa $e r v.
sraMBBMaacMtati not istssdsstt thepeneaot the
la sat, af loss, the Usaiaaur wsWltsM ihcsusa.Tea r
pwislb;r fee aa i nissrat sjat i cssiltisT 111.
50"K.r, van tiatiafxasi saaae. btsl have a pssmH
aaua the U which they iraf.ro. ladMMirri
tat they an to travel br RaUraa! tar m h-
"W- K. if rAfimrr -
rEaleafad Enoulrer. Merc in r Saor-na ruMi
papsra, Graaada papers, 1 Hh- Mini. .Spalan. attack-
w , sMi oncoouaii. toraaer a Jraitm saeast
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN-
0P8X tr Jonctu a with Memphis and Chariestco
Eailrrwltn Taocr's fialioa, .:fbt satfH Xstest af
Eolivsr, a. de.ghie-u m:es So-th of Jcto&, Tsaaau
lmiei at Janet aoa at bJO,
Ontaeetraa: whh 7 i M. Train 1-.Meatptis
Reiuniausv ieat. Jaaetio. alio a. .,er arrrval ef
Mart Trata rr-.m Meatphls, arrlvjag at ToaaM atattac at
K:F.ai.ssiiaetiecat tketpsat -rtrh irTtr", fsso of
Ccsm sor Jacxs. asaiKaahvitle. tKiaatauta. un
wtlb Norwood's ruaeef Caarhea to Jas.ka aod NasttvSd.
SM Utss,u, Cttttoaa. irfriw Mf fRsaut,
.MabU. ar,d -.on Spnaa; Hill by Use tesweasae aad Ala
baauJUtlroad Also, wuh R. B. Smith's Has at Ao.
Iy are- TooaCs Station daily (Saadaya .xo.pl i-it at It4S
' . ftiafliartat Glaad JattMUa wtth Ma T-aJn.
arrttaaf at MetsraMs at 7:4 f. m. '
Hetcraiaa. leaves SraasUasctlsB oa arrival af Aoccm-
sarttoSa? ,r ' tMe- '
Paiengars far any of 'he above aviated pssats br this
roartewi.1 have less Staging than by aaj eeker
f"h9 E. P. NUgCT. Sp.
EAST AND NORTH.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
T AILROAD connection. !utct from MEMPHIS to
AA. N-w Tork. Phuade.ahta, BiUmurc, WsafctBCtea
i-t. T Richmond, (harlestua, and Sar abash.
tw TH.b.BT3 sotti ta tae roilewtag psdnis
Naahvtlle. Chattaaooca. Aacaaia. OsiImu sa-iatT-I
wb AiUaU, Munlgooierr, Cotuauas, Oa , Maess. aad
IIIKOUGU TO NASUVILLE IS UOORS,
Thfoach Ticket Ossasa at tha " - - - -
phis Teaa . P M PA1THRSON. Ageat. '
TKkets always geetC
Plara 4 aw as y aay ether 3rst-ctads raate.
Par Pasosagats. a Bow raate ka saw .n.narf a v.a c
ERN atad ATLANTIC C1T1B ., BBaarpasaM to escMort
nd aafaty sBitct aad xpedtUoSM, wtU rnnntattiuj muu
Paastusj Hasaah slave territory, perfect sectsriiy baered
tor the CMtvepaSMs. at servaatia.
F r FR BIGHT from New Tork. and other Zaaaa.nui
bys eaatorstaCaariMlMM Savmaaah, and rawwiTdl
rsttltoMtmatis. Ihe atteataoa of Stbern a ad Western
etbMiistsa.!edtiate rwU, brs.c a, cseaa. and
aaore expedtisoas, than aay ether
Throah rales aad ctaaecttMis fslihltihed
The ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY is Baw h catssee
tiea wath thss line. a-
The THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leave MempbisBArLT
at 7 o claek a m , (6:4 Metaphis ttase ) esMecsiag with
Kas- ward aad Weward !rlr aa sa Nashvatte aad
Caattaaooga Rail road, at StevaSHwa, samoAay
Aisa ceautets at Grand Juactsaa wtih the WaistjiilTjiit
Caatrai Railroad to Hetty Sprtaas, Oxeanl, GreadiTaa
toa. Jackson, kc, kc.
AJseeoeseets at Graad JasetJas SSadMr sHta -Maes-e
Ceatral Railroad ta Bolivar, aad Jaekfes. -
Akoeoaaects at Pecahoatas with Tri-Weekly Lseeot
Ooachee t Ripley, Pantotoc, Aberdeea aad (Msgstas.
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN teams Msarahls
DAILY (except Sandaye) at 2:S p. M.. f:J Measshls
time.) for Janctlva with the MassiasspplCsBtsal aad rta
aesaee Oeatral Rai reads. S.aervilt .ad t itatt.t.
Baggage cheeked ta an stattoason the RaUui
na Baaaage will be received wMaaat beiisgaheeked.
Bach passesoer will be alloweal aeveauv.aw uui.
baggage byRsHread, and sixty pemnfe by Stage; hast na
article will b carried a haggaga tsiat Isaat saeWant te
the person of the passeBger. la case of lass the Csm
paay wUl hold thesuetves rwpooetbfe fr as aaseastBot
excess! lug $100.
PasseBtrars are reeoested ta parchas Tickets before en
teriac the cars, aad save payment of extra fare.
Negroes, whea traveling alone, aatt have a permR. na
ming the point to which they are te ge, aadspeytag
that they are ta travel bvraiinuJ vik..ti
carried No ticket wttl be sold theat, nor wm they be, re
ceived e the cars, safes a their owner or ageat be present
orknowBto the .Uket Ageat and Coadaetor. er other
persen te vsnest Jar gesrateeBess st peraatt
F. G. ARMS.
Geswral Soperintendeot, HaatsvaVe. Ala.
m B. AYRES.
Sm-rintendatUaf TransperUttsn,MeiiihU, Tean.
Xotice to Owners &. Agents of Negroes
TR-VVELUtO BT THE
Memphis and Charleston Bailroad.
ON ai 1 after MARn m Negro's travelisrg ateae
or the Car, . this I upaay aw-, hare Pwmlt,
speeifr'nit tbej are L traot by Rati tad
Their own. r or has agent Lint tie preecat ta ptaeura
he ticket, aad to- place the Nee-o ab art! the ore; er
,jmp ison, known lathe St.uoa Aga or Ceadaetor,
must vouch for the cenrt:neos of he Peratit.
maracdrm B. AYRES. Sept ut Traaspartattcsi.
For Baltimore, Washington, iVuw
York, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Iiino for the East I
Multlmore ana OJmo
THIS Road ruas from Wheati'i- u Eartla is, tj
uii!"s.) and to Wathington. (430 miles,) aad ptaseais
Ihe forest advansas both aa a freight aad paaBBfer
rne. It nuts thrtusb wild and rouiau' -c .vgtec af the
Alert- sv sad brsatg seUdlv or t4rncM, eosapletety
equpp-d au i carrfa.iy xuanaees., is one .4 th. raaet. at
Iractlw aad safest Railroads m the Patted Stele. Tha
Oaatral Ohao Rastroad, tmot Oaten bus aad ZaaesvsHe to
Wbeelii-u. naiies thts road with sR portioas jt the West
The o.nlt Tbrouoii Ticzets rnasi Mdmphis,
LoPisviLLi aad St. Locis te the Natiosax, Ms
trofqlm, aw Mtid br IMa read, watch rfflstsWnst te
VasaiBctesi witbont the delay f passtag thrassifvjlaltl
ntor. It t alsa the aly Haaa by whMa lasgago exube
checked to Washington freer the Ohio river.
S3ly te KAIL ROOTX riua Memphis. ake tkiniH
e teams rs, running daily for LooUviur, coaaecttag there
with-maal stswBvsM ar JcOhrsaaviUe RaBreaSl far flasetn-
cati, waertt loey arrive so as te eutaect with Utecars ef
Little Miami RaBread tor Oetambas, eaaaectvg there
with CtnttaO-OhiOiRattaMd, thtwegta. Newark aad Ztses-
vUle, to WheeUast. By the express train of this route-,
the ttaetfrem Osnctnnslt to xtaiwsaore and to WaAsJagtaa
is less Hun 27 hours.
ri-BAsaiwte ask fer tickets br the Baltimore and Ohio
Q-PissenKers from Memphis going East tbranrh St.
Lotus, can bay Throagh Ttekets 07 the BaMmereaatTOhio
Railroad. This route lays tbnagh VtiKenriw,Terra(aute,
Indianapolis, etc., to Wheeling, over the, new Ohio and
Mississippi and ccattaectmg Roads. These connect lens
are ail direcvand the time from St. Louts to BaHlmora
or Washington is but about 43 hoars. Through Ttekets
by. this reuta may be had of the Ageat, usderthe Plas
ters Hours, at tne rounwing rate. : jrrem St. Louis to
Baltimore $25; to Washington $26.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior Cars of
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times
daily for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia- And, New
York, inrougri m. io or 1? soars, isctaang steppage.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of Ihe coaatry. 'and
general comfort, this road Is second to none in the Dntea.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses tha largest
eqaipmeatot any Railroad in the United States,, and is
prepared to do- an Immense business Is transportation.
The road makes immediate connection at the-wharves and
In the streets et Baltimore with the Railroad te PbUadek.
nbla and New York, steamers ef Ericsson and Baeti
itoac Ste.vmihip Lines, by Canal and Sa HJIrw
' - V-tnaw t .rV-t.1 nt. . ml X. .-a-.' T In. UK H.-istnn
stumers. to Norfolk, Charleston,. Savaanah, kci Tut
mftimi.rt. ass. rrwlcht tariif. conies of which in sr be IiaJ
of the FerwarcBsg nooses In the West, or or J. B. ?0XT,
Receiving and ForwardiBg Agent, at neeung.
WM. S. WOODSIDB,,
Master of Trassportatlen, rtaMBtore;
A. T, LAVALLETXS,. ,
Jcs25-!y Agent, 61 Front Raw, MetghW
FARE REDUC?ED I'm
Erom Memphis to Jackson, S3 SO.
From aiemnhis to Xashville, $10"5e.
Yia Jacison, TV'aynesloro,' 'aid
,. .- uoiuniDin. - w tiiav
CONNECTING near Browosvllle, with the.JIatophlJ
and Ohio RaUread and at Thompson with I5l Ten
nessee and Alabama Railroad. This la the cheapest routA
to HlddTe Tennis ee, and travetrrs are assured, flat Co
pains or expense win oo spa- eu to rentier inem coraicxiAV
Me. The coaches, horses aud drivers are superior.
Our line connects at Jackson with J. W. Nerwood k
Co.'s line ot four horse post coaches to NashviBe.
JulylS NORWOOD ft FORTUNE.
FORTY THOUSAND pounds Bulk Pork, for sale by
msrn HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.