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F: THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
bxclanahjust, HUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1857.
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McCLANAHAN. HUTTON & CO.
Tir. K. t,. L.ASK.I,
LATE StanPkici,n sA Director of several Hospitals
te Owmaay aber of dtSVrent Medical Sseieties
in XewTwk, has lecatr 10 tbe dtr of Veaphis, and of-
len bis .ervieM la the .PaMK a-aysiaan, Araocuer,
ft an operatiess in,' Sirgery.
USBee OB n a&ili I ueiwreu auu UN
W. G. ir"EATHERFORD,
COUNSELOR AT LnA1r' 1Dd K4S1 Agent, Naps.
es. Ark. w
Kefer to A Wrltht. Esq , and Col. E G. Payne. Mem
phis; Jtrffe R l CarBthers, Sres(w Gwrt; E. O.
i'astauB. Esq v.P-'BVille; Major G. A. Henry, Clarkt
IWTMi , iMTTfen. T. B. Ptoaiaay, Desha Co., Ark.
DRS. MOORMAN & BROWN.
VFFICEoa Adams street, la rear of Jones, Brown &
Ob., ea Main street. Dr. jlwmatD'i residence on
BetMl street, between Taace and Eliiett streets.
CHAS. D. FONTAINE,
ATTORNETAT LAW, Pontotoc, Miss., wBl a,ttend
strictly to all prefessioBsl business which maybs
eetrsstcd to him in any of the Courts of North Musis
slppi. febl7 ly
J. A. MOON,
ATTQENET AT LAW, General OoHectlng and Land
Agents, for the Northern and Battel n Counties of
Arkansas, DES ARC, ARE.
I. O. RITES,
ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Tens. Offlc: in the Pest Office Building.
AH basinets entrusted to his care will receive prompt
and'fiMhtal attention. Collections promptly made in the
t arreandiBg coBnties of West Tennessee, Mississippi ard
DR. 'SAMUEL GILBERT, Sr., has returned to his old
homestead sear Memphis, and reopened his Infirm
arrand wtii remain permanently. He treats the fellow
ng ChroHic Diseases : Cancers. Saoffsla, Whl e SwoHlag,
Tnmjrs and Wens, without Surgical operations. He also
treats aX Ohrsoic Female diseases. Srresof longstanding,
Tetter, Rheumatism, Syphilis, and all forms of Mercurial
Dr. G. deems it unnecessary to say more, as he has liv
cg Wftaesses ef his success from Maine to Oregon.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
Gronoral T.n -- .soxx't.
TTTTLL attend personally to the locating of Swamp Laud
W Scrip and Warrants In the Jaeksonport and Helena
Districts, setting Land and paying Taxes.
B Graham, Meophis.Tenn.; A. 3. Huey, Little Rock;
R. O Brlnkley, "
W. Mi Peiwefl, '
F. Lane sOs, "
H. P. GoatMge, Helena, J
Myrtle k Moore,
AKen Potk, "
C. W. Board, Jaeksoaport;
MaJ T. Moll, MIfs.;
J. Norton & Co., N. O.;
J. A. Rousseau, LaGraage,
W. E. Butts, Lawrtneevllle,
DR. THOS. KELLER,
LATE of Toscumbla vAlabama, has located permanent
ly in Memphi:, nd oSVrs his services to the public
in all the branches of his profession He has taken the
oflce heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
and Union streets. Having recently made a careful and
general setectioB of Sarglcal Instruments, he is prepared
for all the operatloM of Surgery. Residence on Shelby
street, between Hling and Trezevanl streets.
R. G. PAYNE,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office In the
XX.' Pest pace BatidiBg, Jefferson stiect. margl-dly
J. A. ANDERSON,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Once in
Walter's BuSdicg, over Mansfield's Drug Store,
Main street. Janl0-ly
. DR. WM. HEWITT
TTTTLL practice medicine, on the principle that there is
W good in a8 systems, and none all sufficient. Office
on Jefferson street, in the Pest OtSee Banding, second
door I rem the Post Office. Resldenco on the corner of
Hernando and EHiett streets.
OoLJ. B. Stanton. N.Adams, Esq., Haywod county.
Her. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. Maetln, Fayettexeunty.
R-Somervl le. Esq., F P. Maetln, Esq., Tipton ceonty,
J.L Webb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
J. S. WHITE, M. D.,
LATE ef Hardeman county, hiving removed to Mem
phis, offers his professional services to the citixens.
Offie on Court Square, on" door west of Wallace's Auc
tion house'. Residence on Pontotoc street, sonth side,
between St . Patrick and St. Martin. lan2S tf
SMITH P. DANKIIEAD,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office in the
. Post Office Block:, ever Aydlett k Co., third story,
R. F. LOONEY,
TTORNET AT LAW. Office ever C. W. Cherry k
, B. C BROWN, ,
ATTORNET AT IJIW, Marlon, Ait, practices' in
. PhUtlps, Orittenden, Mississippi, Green, Randolph,
Lawrence, Independence, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Francis
and-Mutiro- Counties, In Arkansas. . oct7-d6m
J. WICXEnSItAM ED. A. XEECIIER.
WICKERSHAM & BEECHER,
ATTORNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Office,
Jfd. 21 Jefferson street. Janl-tf
X. T. BICRAROS0X..W. tf. WIIEATLET..2I. A BIOOS.
Ricliardson, Wheatley & Higgs,
ATTORNETS AT LAW Office on the corner of Second
. and Court streets, Memphis, Tenn. ocll-ly
JOHN A. NOOE,
ATTORNET AT LAW. OSce in the Post Office Bnlld
'ing, Memphis, Tenn. Pov2I-tf
ATT0UKET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
,Tenn. Office, south side of Court Square, one door
west, of Wallace's Auction House, up stairs.
ATTORNET AT LAW, CovingUn, Tenn.. All buslnesn
entrusted to his car win -receive prompt attentics.
ATTORNET AT L4.W, Memphis, Tenn. Office on east
side of Main street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to F. Titus, McEwen, Harris it McNeill, J. D.
Wlfllsma. W. S. Miner and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
JCmw, Stes ts Co., Nnr Orleans. Janlt-tf
jVT A -RCH, 1857.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
BT late arrival!, we are In receipt of all kinds of Boots,
Shoes and Ittts, that are new and desirable, matins
one ef the largest and best stocks of fine custom-made
work for retail trade to be faend In Memphis. Prices
will be lew tor cash. Call and see.
HICKS, TERRT k ANDERSON,
No. 30 una street,
rnar2S-dly Opposite Court Square, Memphis.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
r-O OUK strock in the wholesale department
pgtM is now large and complete, to which we re- JhM
f VfeJ spectfolly call the attention of MeichinU
""onlr. Those buyinc f -ir cash, or satisfactory p-
per, at tbort dates, will nnd it to their interest to Eire
us a call before making their purchases.
S3" Wholesale Rooms ap stairs.
No. 215 Main street,
lp3-diwly Opposite Conrt Sqoare, Memphis.
A. S. IIAXCOCK...
Late Williamson &.
.It. O. CLABK...
Late of Somerrille.
KAXCOCK, CLARK &. CO.,
TFiioIesale and Retail Grocers,
a n 3FgjTceB of nroduoo,
NO. 16 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
T pt. MILTON MCKNIGHT, late of New Orleans, ha
! I become af soclated with us In the Grocery and Com
mission Business datlag from Ihelst Inst The style of
the firm will hereafter be GATES, WOOD & MCKNIGHT
Memphis, Feb. 10, 1SS7. GATES & WOOD.
5. M. GATES.
.A. M. WOOD..
GATES, WOOD & McKNIGHT,
G v o c a v s , P v o v i c c
NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHIS.
AGENTS Harard Powdsr Company; Colliers' Wh'.tt
Lead and Oil Company, St. Lools ; for sale of Lir
erpool Salt febl3-tI6Jun
ENCOURAGE II 0 HI E INDUSTRY.
HCDER & WINKELMANN,
d (3 BIT ff-9 SVi 'IS' BA B-C Sti
Main-St., 3d Door below Union,
ARE prepared to fill all orders in the
House Carpentering aria r urr iture busi
ness with neatness and dispatch.
Repairing and Tanishing executed in
the best style.
Clr. vs a call.
We warrant all wotk done in our shop.
-I. J. JENKT
JAMES BOnO & CO.,
) WHOLESALE GROCERS,
NO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
C, JAOOBI & CO.,
(No. 3iS Main, bet. Union and Gayoso-sts.,)
Importers and Manufacturers oi
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CI&AKS AM) TOBACCO.
CONSTANTLY oo hand, a large assortment of the most
favorite brands, at moderate pi ices.
J. WAIiT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
G M O M M S
ASD DEALERS IX ALL EISD3 Or
TTATE always on hand a weW and carefully select
XA siocx oi arucies in meir line, wmca iney wui seu ai.
S3-Orders promptly sued with dispatch.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main jtreet, Memphis. Tenn.
TUB highest market prices paia lor rougn ana renaeno
Taltow, Iird and Soap Grease. nov2-l?
J. B. SHAEPE,
I o. 3 jtiaauon-ti., ceiueen i rom now ana Atom,
TTTOULD respectfully inform the merchants ef Mem
V V Phis and surrounding country, that he has Just re
turned from the cities of Virginia, where he established
a permanent Ageocy f r the sale of all grades of virgin
la Tebacos, and intends to keep constantly on band a
stock eqnal to the demand, at manufacturers' prices.
Being fsdly able to compete with the New Tork, Balti
more. Cincinnati and New Orleans markets, he invito
the attention of all dealers in the above article to his
toct before purchasing elsewhere.
oc21-dlw-t' J B. HIIAIlrB.
A. r. M'CANE..
.T. r. WILLIA1IS.
McCANE & WILLIAMS,
(Successors to Tfhent 3c Taylor,)
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Duvall'8 Bluffs, Arkansas,
At the crossing of the Uemvhls and Little Rock RalU
roaa on tvaue tuvtr.
THET keep constantly on hand Sugar, Coffee, Salt,
Flour. Molasses, and all other articles usually kept
In a Grocery, which they wlH sell lew for cash of ex
change for Hides, Fnrs and Peltries, or any other articles
brought to the market.
53" Goods destined for Little Rock or the adjacent
counties, shipped to Duvali's Bluffs, will bew forwarded
immediately, as there are always wagons and teams In
readiness to haul to any point.
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
MAX Y3F ACT 13 11B1V,
No. G6 Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
lb. KEEPS constantly on hand, BOOTS and
SHOES, of his own mace, also or otntr
manufactnreis. ne kftepa. also. Leather,
RaI. .mi rrnnr- Half jtrfni. French and
American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va-
Uses, all of which he wl I sell as cheap as any in this I
Give hue a call before purchasing elstwhere.
A. STREET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
A-a-GrONTSI , cSsc,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
aug!2 9IEMPUI.S TENN.
G. B. liOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
BEAIs ESTATE BEOEEE,
83 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every description.
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, Stocks.. Renting and
Leasing Property, kc
Storare and Consignments solicited.
Tfivlnf ennred the services of Mr. J. X. CALDWELL,
an oid and experienced Auctioneer, late of HuntsvUle, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments ana
sales of every description. Liberal Cash Advasczs
made ox Consignments.
E3Storage and consignments solicited.
P. S. I so Agent tor The Adams Express Company,
N. B. P0REST,
BFVliTalV YX SIEVES,
No. STAdams-st, Memphis, Ten.,
m HAS Just received from North Carolina,
? twenty-five likely young negroes, to which heqQ
J7jr desires to call the attention of purehasers.Tl
SnewiUbtln the regular receipt of negroes JJ5
from North and South Carolina every month, His Ne
gro Depot is one of the most complete and commodious
establishment of the kind in 'the Southern country, a-"
his regulations exact and systematic, cleanliness, neat .
ness and comfert being strictly onserrea ana enrsrcea
furnish to custorrers A. 1 servants aoc"!
His aim is to furnish to custorrers A. 1 servants ao
fisM hands, sound and perfect In body and mind. ' Ne
groes taken on commission. Isnai
ROOMS TO LET.
Tl TBS. C E. SATTERFIELD, corner of Madison and
1V1 Second streets, can accommodate several families,
also Day Boaracrs. janai-cisn
X. M. ArPEES0X....CDELOACH.... DAVID ADAMS.
E. M. APPERSOX & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
BAGGING, EOPE, GROCERIES, &c.
IfO. 65 FROXT ROn , and 6JEFFRSON-ST ,
T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
JL selling iun.
PRATT'S COTTON GIIVS.
WTJ are Agents for the sale of D. PRATT'S celebrated
COTTON BINS which haTebetn so Nrorablr known for
the last number of year. Persons wishine to nnrchase
are requested to can ana examine them. All Gins are
sold under a full guaranty.
marl6-cm K. II. APPERSON & CO.
S3- Holly Springs, Miss., Times: Greneda, Miss., Re
publican: Panels, Miss., Star; Hansrllle, Ala., Adro-
cate; Toscumbla, Ala., Enquirer; Ilrownsvlile, Tenn.,
journal, copy six montus, rna senn bus to this oiace,
A. 171. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Succestort to Pouelt $ Co.,)
XO. 41 UNION STREET,
Bfpl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
t. WILDS VEKNON, j
W. A. BBVAN,
I St. K. BRTAlf,
D. C. WILLIAMS.
Lata of Panola, Miss.
Late of LaQrange, Teen.
VERSOS, WI&S & CO:
Cottou Factors, Comnussion and
6 Front Row, over IMeacham Ic Galbralth's,
T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping aid
1 Selling Cotton. Charges 00 cents per eaie.
S3" All cotton sent la nt will bo covered Insurance,
unless otherwise instructed. augz
HOWARD ...WM. T. UOWARDi
W. HOWARD &. CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
TVEALERS in Bagging. Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo-
U lasses. Bice, Flour. Lard, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar,
Lime. Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally.
stock now on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
J3"Cash advances made on Cottons in store tor sale or
shipment. All Cottons insured unless otherwise instruct
t nn. Own P.Jirvnrlncnnnm rn.Dft lit rAttnn mn
signed to us by water; also, the risk of Fire while In
store, unless otherwise Instructed.
Our prices for storing
and selling cottons, the same as
wt have charged for
ysars past fifty centa per bale.
.......I. M. BEID.
E. REID & BRO.,
cotton Jb aeXOPS
NO. S3 FRONT ROW. MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LL Cotton sent to onr address insured, unless tnstruc
XX tlons to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders filled with care. Store and Sell Cottsn at fifty
cents per bale. dec2-tmvl7
T. r. ATDLETT..
. J.C. DOUGHERTY,
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
KO. S9 GRAVIER-ST., SEW ORLEANS.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,.
I TTTII.L make cash advances on alt C.tton or other Pro
VV dnceshlppedtoT.P. Aydlett&Co., NewOrl'ans.
0 T T 0 N FACTORS!
s6 (jiMP STREET. NEW ORLEANS.
s-t ieti .'., a ,, n fl.r.
I ' - t"" """""
W consigned as above, by
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet. Front Bow &Main,
T) ARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
JL Co' ton and other Produce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices. octaa
J. JL. lersers
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
iao8Dy as -turn t" b Axew xuocii,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Kow, Memphis.
T WILL pay particular attention to filling orders lor
A Groceries, Bagging ana nope, &c
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
New Orleans, La.
...17. C. SKIDES,
Coffee viae, miss.
WALKER & SMDERj
Cotton F actors
. . amd
No. 123 Canal Street,
Julylo-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
I. L. BEASLEV A. W.L0TI1I0.
REASLEY & LOVING,
CottoaFactors, Commission Merchants
NO. 13 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on hand.
Charges Sift, cents per bale, all other Produce at
usual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
rmltance. All I'.OQUce insured, unless otnerwise in
structed. augSO dawly
C MASON ..O. C. BOe.VE.....
Holly Spticgs, Miss. Louisville, Ky.
L. C. NORTELL.
MASON, ROONE & NORYELL,
COTTOU FAOTOBS, J
COfflmlSSlOn & FOrWardiDg Merchants,
no. iux jjaam-at., jutiinpuis, ienn.
T) AGG iNG, Rope, Jeans, Linseys, and a general stock
1 1 of Plantation Supplies constantly on hand.
T. 3. DAVIDSON .-J. 3. ELLIS A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
No. 219 .Vain Street, East tide between. Jefferson end
Aaavu, jaeapnis, l enn.
T) OPE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
Al hand. J ntcm-dast tf
I. SATES A. if. WOOD.
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOES, GEOCEES,
Produce and General Goamission
avr. 23 -Et. o jb: j. axr u & ,
No. S Union Street, between Slain and Front Row.
AFTER an active application to Dullness, for ovrr
eleven years, we, tor the first time, solicit the pa
tronage of our friends in the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of onr ability to please such as may
confide their business to our charge. Our stock of Bag
ging, Rope and General Supplies will sot be excelled In
the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, wjll only be
made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton ot
other Produce, In store, will only be effected span actual
instrcctlsns, or when under advance. Shipments ot
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured while in
transit, with open poller, unless otherwise instructed on
the face ot bills lading.
To all our friends who hare so liberally patronized us
daring years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
lunlJ-dawly GATES k WOOD.
Laths and Shingles.
"rjOGERT&WlTT are still making Laths, and are al
ii wars -nrrcared to supply the public with the best ar
tide at reduced prices Tnf r ra 1 maklrig Shingles,
ana win xeep a supply constantly on nana. X.U1 on wolf
river, above the Bayon. July 18, 'M-ly
BagKiRK, Bale Rope UHd Twine,
t ONSTANXLT on Band and for sal by
L 2. MERRILL,
octse lteaxM street.
1 jH II B ji 1 W fl3Js.JL MU (9
No. 233 JIdin Street.
WE Invite attrollcn to our large stecx of Spring am
Summer Guodg, which we are selling and Intend to
sell cheap for cash.
FHILirS Ic WHITE.
tttH are now in receipt of a Urge portion of our bean-
V V tlfol and magnificent Sprlug stttE or
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
Consisting in part of
UERAGE and ORGANDEE ROBES,
LACES, f every variety.
EXQUISITE LACE SETTS and KMBRO'DERIES, of
every description all latest styles.
A general and cotnp e'.e asrortment of Planters' Goods;
Genls rioths; Plain and Fancy c.ulmeres and Testings.
of the most aDDrored patterns s Men and Boys' Furnish
ing Goods'; Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes ; Trnr.ks, Ta
llies, Carpel Bags, carpeting ana .uatucg; ana in aaai-
U n, all articles usually Kept in onr line, au 01 wnicn
we propose selling very low for caih.
Give us a call, and we pledge ourselves yon shall have
good Goods, and at the lowest martei prices.
March 19. rura a. jmua.
"WALKER & BROTHERS,
No. 79 Front Bow,
aiANCFACTORERS OF CLOTHING,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS M
STAPLE AND FANCY
Dry Goods, Boots S Uocs,
A 11K just receiving ana rpeainx a ipicuuiu luuiuunik
' SorlcE and Summer Goods, to which tbey call the
espectal attention of Country Merchants and River Tra
ders. Our facilities are snch as to compete with any, and
to underretl a good many. Please call ana 3' e.
C. r. SI. K0LASD - A. S. HUET
VOti AND & CO..
LlTlIili ltUUta., 3.1gIA.
T ErER TO J. Knox waller, Jtues uwen ana wapi.
JX Chsrley Churclf. jem-u ,
S3" News, Enquirer and Fowlkfa Express copy till
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
OFFERS his services to me panic aim win give
prompt attention to any business connected wth his
vocation. He may be found at bis emre on tfce wrst
side of Main street, south of Union, (Uanovan's uuiia-
lng.) No. 336, unless absent tn pr.iessionai Business.
J. E Chadwlck, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. Prcvlne, Robertson T.rP,
B B. Waddell, Philip H. Thompson,
John S. Clsybrook. febo-ly
X YACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Jfaiii street, next door to Odd FeUovis' Kail,
T-STT! n. T.TJTT fl jwf
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, uaraen seeas, oauu, iw.ui uu uuui,
Brandies and Wines.
X3 Every article sow oy us warraniea as irpieseniru.
suBJect to Dfl reinrneaaioureapeuMj. juijj-.
AND DEALER 19
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry,
CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAMS-ST3.,
TaEES this method of Informing his friends.
and the public generally, that he has moved from
his old stand to the corner of Main and Adams
iutreet. where hs will take pleasure in exhlDlltns
a new and choice lot of JEWELRT, to those who may
favnrbim with a call, and will be pleased to execute all
orders for repairs In his line. He hopes, by honesty. In
tegrity, and bis efforts to please, to gain the confidence
and liberal patronage of all who may find It convenient tc
visit his establishment.
y- All orders for repairing in every branch of my bn
slness promptly attended to. ang21-ly
THE HAZARD POWDER COWAM,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
-iONTINUE to offer their well known brands cf ELEC-
l TRIfl INTiIAN BIFLE and KENTUCKT RIFLE
POWDER In kegs and canisters. AHo, Gun Powder for
Blasting and Mining, comprising a full assortment or
qualities and kinds required by the trade, guarantied
to give entire satisfaction.
The standard of their Powder, which has now enjoyed the
highest reputation lor more than twenty-nve years,, win
be round unsurpassed by any other manufacture of the
kind In the world.
For sale in this city by G ATRS k WOOD, Agents, and
at the office of the Company, No..83 Wall, fcorner Water
street New Yoik. A. a. UAZAKU, jresiaem.
A E. Douglass, Sec'y maio-abm
THOMPSON & CO.,
(successors to b. r. hacisje.)
importers and dealers
viuc Iivnndies, l ilies,
Havana Clg ar s
ASH THE FINEST QUALITY OT
jeffekson ;lrfibDdt8sQld0C"'s BniMlnE''
JUST RECEIVED Brandies, Henry Moanle k Co ,1810;
OM Oasiillon, 18i5 ; Old Lamond", 1310;
Old Richell, an I dlff lent brandings.
Wines, Champagne and Claret ;
Old South side Maderia, Topaz Sherry;
Chimpagne. Fienrde Bongy, (Mani do;
Cre-oent, Olivier Old Chan.pi rtln Bergundy J
OSd Virus Caps Sparkling Bergundy;
Clarets, Uhatiex Margeaux. Latour Glass Stopper;
Liflte, St- Est phe, aad other brands, too nnmeroui
to mention. t
Scotch Ale, Ljndon Porter j"
Fancy Groceries, ke.. ke. feb25-d6m
!Tt" IloUy Springs Democrat copy three months, and
send bill to this otlice for collection.
FOR SALE BT
JKo&'f. M. Mails
15 Sycnmore-sr., Cincinnati, O.
H. G. McCOMAS,
Commission & Forwarding Merchant,
NO. 15 STCAM0RE STREET, CINCINATI, OHIO.
--E"Y BOOKS !
rrwjij va boohs
AT LAMB, TOUNG & CO.'S,
No. 250 Main Street.
PRUE AND I, by George William Curtis.
Irving'a Sketch Book ot Geoffrey Ciayon.
The American Citizen : His LMehta and Duties. Accord
lug to the Constitution of the United States, by John
liui.iu, u. u. u. ana u. u.
Autobiography ot Peter Csf twright, the Great Bark,
woods Preacher, by Strickland.
Sermons by S. H. Spargeon, of London.
LakeGnami; Or, Wanderings In Southern Africa, or
My last Cruise; Or, Where We Went and What We
saw. wun an Account of Voyages to China, Japan
Loocho Islands and Liberia, by A. N.' Habersham
The Lives ot the Lord Chaneellurs of England, by Ixid
r. V.11 ... n v '
dOUM Aiuirucil, Li. U. V. suu X A. O.
Web.ter's Private Correspondence.
Tcnman s Chemical Charts.
Touman's Chemical Atlas.
Webster's Pocket Dictionary.
Swedenborg's Works. ap?
""INE THOUSAND BUSHELS best Sweet Potatoes for
J sale at the first Toll-Gata on Hernando Plank Road.
Price $3 per hushsl. J. T. MITCHELL,
jMrls, Restaurants, it.
ll'A71l A - lliITS3S?
Comer of Main and Adams street,
mniS House is situated in the centre of business, inn
P'e3' uroMIf it shaU not be surpassed by any House in
Being grateful for the Tery liberal patronage bestowo.
on mm lor the last two years, he hopes oy a street aiD
iion to easiness to merit a continuance or tne same.
oc7.tf J. J. wORSnAJC, Prbprietor
ON UNION STBEET.
qiHE subscriber respectfully informs his old friends and
a. Au. tno pupae, mat no nas openea a new ac.mu
rant on Union street, where he is prepared to furnish
the best viands that can be found in the market, served
in the beat Parisian strles. Oviters. Game. Steaks. Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds In fact, everything suited
10 ine naett ana most aeucato epicurean taste.
Give me a call I have six different rooms for the ac
commodation of Private Parties. I will notbeoutdoni
in any branch connected with my business.
TFORSHAM HOUSE COXFECTIOXERr.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie IFor-
KEEP3 constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their own Juice, Jellies,
Preserves. Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, rimes, cordials, syrups, nne Wines, uranaies, an
kinds Nuts, ice
In connection with this estao-
llshment I have fitted up an Oyster
vr.saloon, ana will rtceiie fkksh
uiaisaa oy every picset,
S. P. EHtcnBTTO.
P. H. HEINRICH & BR0
2J7 MAIN STREET,
KEEP constantly on baud a large variety of PLAIN
and FANCT CANDIES CAKES, fruits. Preserves,
etc , wholesale and retau. We are also prepardtofnr
nlsh parties at the shortest notice.
,-, rgm r-, IN connection with this we
i. V I S,tf Sf-Veep open our LADIES and
ks GENTLEMENS' OTiTSR SA
s LOONfrom 9 o'clock A.M.. to 12
o'clock p. si., and are receiving during the whole season.
FRESH OTSTERS by every st'amr. We solicit a share
of the t chile patronage nov2-d6m
GARVIN, BELL & CO.,
Noa. 442 and 444 Main-st , Louisville, Ky.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS I.f
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Manufacturers of Clothing,
DESIRE to Inform their customers and Merchants gen
erally, that lh'ir large stock of STAPLE DRT
GOODS is now full and complete; als, that they have
rented and fitted np Us bouse adjoining their old stand,
as a SILK AND PANGT DRT GOODS AND TARIETT
SPORE, and made Urge additions to their usual Stocks
In tho.e lines. They particularly invite attention to
their extensive and varied assortment of
Their Stock In this line Is all of their own manufacture,
and as tbey have added largely to this branch ef their
business, are prepared to offer great IndoeeraeBts tor
cash, er on time to prompt dealers; and to such they
p;edce themselves to sell as low as slml ar Goods can be
bought In the Eastern markets. mar7-daw2m
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AXD BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPEES OE ALIi KINDS,
4TT Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
R. FITZOEBALD...CRAS. C. BILL..J. WOODWOETH
II. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Successor to Park, Simpson fr Co.J
Grocers, Produce Dealers
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 02 front Bow, Memphis,
B. W. ALEXANDER
Saint Xiouia, 3VXo.
J J. Murphy, Memphis; Cook i Co., Memphis:
Barnrtt k. Walker, Todd k Coyer, "
Charles Potter, " febS-Sm
BRADY & DAV1ES.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
main street, Louisville, ii.y.,
TITANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope, Bag
JLYJL glng, Jeans, Linseys, Ac. Jan23-ly
. SMITH. ...B. r. OCTnRIE....GE0. J. ROWLAND.
SMIIH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
, WHOLESALE GEOCEES,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AOEXTS FOR TnE SALE OP
Virginia and Eicntucky Tobacco,
No. 261 Mala Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISTILLE, KT.
C. M. HARVEV R. B. IIARTET.
C. M. HARYEY Si. CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
will be given to the Sale or
forwarding of Goods er,
Produce consigned to our
,iy address. We will contract Freight on the
above it re-shlpment elthw by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience in our market
In the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
KEFER TO Cool & Co., J. G. Gilfflng fc Bro . Speed
k Strange, Hannah k Shanks. dec!2-ty
PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSE.
Factors, "taisio DKTotico.
THE undersigned having leased the spacious Cotton
Warehouse, corner of Monroe and Third streets.
lately occupied by Messrs. Chapman kBo.. are prepared
to store cotton, wniscy, salt, Sugar and Merchandise
generally, upon favorable terms
feb3-6m W. H. GUNNI3 . CO.
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAVINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
No. 28 Madison Street.
THI3 Institution, having been organized under a charter
granted by the General Assembly of the State of Ten
nessee, is now ready for business. The Directors for the
ensuing year are :
FRANK M. WHITE, AUG'ST M. FOUTB, Pres't.
C. J. SELDBN, E. M. AVERT, Cashier.
By the charter, married women and children mav de
posit all snms ol not less than $1 per week, subject only
to their control. Interest allowed on all deposits for
more thsn four months, at six per cent, per annum. Ex
change on New Tora and New Orleans. Collections made
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Tenn.. Dec. 7th, I85S. Iy
WATT C. BRADFORD.
D0Z. Crucibles, Nos. IS to 40 ;
16 uircuiar saws. 43 to so modes ;
200 Plaster Paris;
A good stock of Gum Bolting;
Flies of a superior quality, all sizes;
French Burr Mill Stones, all sizes ;
A large lot superior Belting Cloth :
For sale low at the Union Fsundry, Poplar street.
dumber : Lumber :
I HAVE th largest assortment of Lumber on hand I
have ever offered, consisting in part of Seasoned Cy
press and Poplar, K, 1, 1 H and S inches wide and dear;
Sills SxS and 8x10 ; Jolce 2x5, 2x3, 2x10 and 2x12 J Scant
ling zxt, 2X9, ux, ax, sxs, ana sib ; weatherooanueg.
Sheeting, Shingles and Walnut Lumber on hand ; also
large lot of dressed Tellow Pine Flooring and rough Pop
lar Flooring, Red Cedar Posts of all sizes.
Tara on satture, south side of centre Landldg.
JunlS-dtwawty M. E. COCHRAN.
mHE co-partnership heretofore existing belweeaDrs.
A K. P. WATSON &.A. L. SIMBRO. has been dis
solved by mutual consent. Dr. Klmbra settles tba old
N-iB. Dr. EI x BRO win continue business at the old
face, on union street. Jsn2swxawtm
O -t3u JEt. JES. JS
TTAVING Just returnod from a business tour North-,
I I wun ail tne faculties lor taxing fine, durable
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, &o..
I am now ready In person to serve my friends and tfes
public generally In my line, on the most reasonable Unas.
I have no new tangled patents and dap-trap processes
to offer the public. My establishment has to stand iff
fall amid all the Masonry ot Its neighbors, upon Its osn
WE w go o&s:
EMPORIUM OP FASHIOIV,
wt art receiving and opening, for the
inspection of .he ladies, one of the most,
rancy wry uooas ever brought to this city. Also, a very
select assortment of Dress Goods, SUks, Beregee, Chal-
. "oe notes, p'ain ana aottea
Muslins, ke. We call particular attention to our
Consisting of all styles of French Bonnets. Leghorn. Kng
Ush Straw, Neopolitan Eugenles and Glpiles, Flowers
and Ribbons. Five thonsand dollars worthot fine French
Embroideries. Talencines, Glmpure, Bonbon, Point Lace
setts, Chantilly Lace,
Eraurolderetl Sillc Mantillas.
Lace Basquines. Dress Trimmings of all styles ; Parasols.
Fans, Glmpure Laces, ic.
Also, at the Kmporlem of Fashion, Dress and Mantilla
Making done, guarantilng satisfaction as to ,.1.1. vt
Mourning goods a'wsys Od hand, and orders promptly
attended to. The ladles are most respectfully invited to
caQ and examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere.
. 5TILLMAN i CO.,
ap 29 Mala street, Memphis. Tenn.
218 Main Street,
UNDER ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
I" HATE lust rerelred a splendli stock of fashionable
L DRT GOODS, consisting of all styles of tlch Sorlnr
and Scmmtr Silks, Berrges, Berege Robes, Organdies and
Organdie Robes; a largs assortment ef Lawns, Lace and
Silk Mantillas, and Silk Embroidered MsntlUas. Also,
a splendid assortment of Dress Trimminn and Prince, or
every inscription, ana of our own Importation. Plain
aim unci Parasols. Also, a large and well seiecttd stock
of rrenrn tmorolJery and White Jols, and a great
cuny outer goons, suiiao e lor tne ladles' toilet, which
we will sell at very rrasoaable rates.
We ra'l particular attention to our MILLINEUT DE
PARTMENT, which we will open to-day, comprising all
styles or rrentn uonneis, Misses' Bonnets and Flats
Head Urct.es. Ribbons. Flowers and everything asner
tainlng to th' Millinery.
former customers and the ladles generally are resrect-
tully invited to call and examine befoie purchaslns eise-
wntre. itememserttie establishment of
ap7-1m SIS Main street, under Odd Fellows' Hall,
CJ" Evening News copy
7TJE TP9 STOCK:
THE subscriber would respectfuBy an
nounce to the ladles of Mtmphis and sar-
roundlng country, that he ts now opening a
complete fresh stock of PARIS MILLINERT,
FANCT DRT GOODS, LACES, EMBROID
ERIES, aid a general assortment of LADIES
FANCT GOODS, which he is prepared to sell at the
very lowest pi Ires for cash.
At; kinds of MILLINERT made to order atthe shortest
notice. WM. BILBERBERG.
No. 100 Main street, third door above Lehman's Dry
roots House. mirai
ROSE P. THOMPSON,
EEHO V ED.
WOULD announce to the ladles of Memphis and far
JL round. ng country that I Lave removed to No. 277
Mala street. Ferguson & Neill's late stand I have alo
cennectrd wi'b my Millinery business aa extensive Dress
Making establishment, where all the latest attl-s of ma
king and trimming will be received direct f rem Esrope,
ana vwicu ineir patronage. mars-im
LADIES FURNISHING DEPOT
BY MADAME H.,
No. 139 Main Street, Memphis,
(OverDrs. Shanks and Thralft Office )
Corsets and Shoulder Braces,
MADE AND SOLD,
V Jiolosalo and ZET.otadA.
"TVRESSSS made In the neaLst and mast fashicnable
Embroidery Stamping neatly done. Also,
Stamps Made for Embroidery.
Particular attention given to the manufacture ot
Shoulder Braces and Improved Corsets.
The art of Cutting and Making Dresses taught, and
Charts for Cutting furni.hed. To all of which the at
tention of the ladies is invited.
Rooms open from 8 to 12 A. Ji.. and from 2 to 6 r. it
53" Mr. H-, manufacturer and repairer of Sewing
IJIatiaftw JlttjjGfs, (Sir-
tr A BOXES Star Candles;
J U 100 halt boxes Star Candles ;
100 quar. " "
10 barrels Lard Oil;
SO boxes Purl Starch ;
30 " German Soap ; Just to hand and for f ale.
on accommodating terms, by
DOUGHERTT & ATDLETT,
apt No. 23 Front Row.
Q C BALES Kentucky Twills and Linseys, Just received
and for sale low to the trade.
DOUGnERTT k ATDLETT,
No. 23 Front Row.
S. B. WILIilAilISOM,
(Successor to Williamson 4 Ifanrodtj
FINE WINES, BSANDIES,
Havana Cigars arc.
19 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
Beceived this Day,
C f BBL3 Mess Pox ;
60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
zo tierces sugar-cure nams ;
20 kegs Shot, assorted sizes ;
100 bus Whisky.
AH of which we wtU sell cheap for cash at Ne.
Front Row, Memphis.
Julyl a. B. wiLLlAJtaoji.
THE subscribers keep on hand the following articles,
which they warrant to bo ot first Quality, and for
ale low for cash;
Wheat Fans ana Threshers ;
E. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ;
Wagons, 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 Paris;
Together with a general assortment of all articles usu
ally kept in a Grocery store.
GWTNNE k GIBSON,
JulyJ NoS. I and 2 Exchange Building.
ETCHA.VARiTE & BRO.,
SITUATED in Fort Pickering, on the
Horn Lake Road, have on hand a fine as
sortment of SHRUBBSST. in every be
partment, consisting in part of
APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS,
Apricots, Xccttwincs, &c.
Also. Rasnberrr. Strawberry and Grape Vines, in va-
rUties, with a good supply of Evergreens. Green House
Plants, Bulbous Roots, Ktubatb and Asparagus.
Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or
der on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be rune-
tua'ly attended to, and an Plants guarantied to orasr
and delivered to any part of the city, free ot chaige.
We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens in town
or country, at the shortest notice.
feb-o-gm huuahuas a. sum.
BOOTS, SnOES. BROGAXS, &C.
ifu yon wans us ouy aooes oi any kind
Ladles', Mens, or Children, Gentle-
mtns. Boys and Tooths' fine or common
BOOTS, SHOES, or BROGANS? Go to
301 Main Street, Memphis,
Next door to W. H. Hunt's Queensware 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 prices, for cash.
Eaario-zm walubb . van FELTS.
ice: ice: ice:
HAVING completed our MAMMOTH ICE HOUSE on
Real street, near the corner of Shelby, we an now
prepared to furnish our friends and customers with ICE
at ONE CENT PER POUND. All orders for packing will
be promptly and carefully attended to in all itssons of
the year at lowest rates.
The community may depend upon our sucpMng them
wi'h Ice at the above rata. It is our intention to keep
prices within means oi tse poor as wen as ncn.
r- AH orders left at th. Wharf-Boat, at the Mao
moth Ice Hone, or at Barnett k Walker's, (190 Main
street,) win ne promptly miea.
msr2J-6m DUVAL. ALGEO k CO.
TUST reo lved, a fine assortment of superior GOLD
O LOCKETS, made expressly for Melalnotypes, by
W. H. DSSHONG. 181 Main street,
f ebl J Opposite the Worsuam House.
7 T fittl
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM.
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
By Wailroad from Cairo!
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Hours, without Break
of Guage or Change of Cart or Baggage.
BRANCH FROM CENTP.ALIA IS NOW FINISHED,
Thus shortening the time to sixteen hours to Chicago.'
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit. Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two Changs ot Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
iunuiuuibuiuiujKw aura, iias irom Cairo to New
Toik, forty-nine hours. Fsre as low, and comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
NOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines ot Railroads through Indiana and
Ohio, to the Bast ana North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, kc, and with a splendid Line cf First Class
Stsamers f or Sault Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Colling
wood. Toronto, ke.
"rains leave Cairo Every Morning and Evening as fol
6:03 a. M.p Chicago and
This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Llght-
vm HKiuiia uenirai, ureas western and
New Tork Central Railroads, through in thirty -ooe hours.
This Train also connects at Sandoval with ntin ,nH
Mississippi Railroad tor St. Louis and Vlncennes; at
Pana, with Trains ct the Terra Ilaute, Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, tor Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincia-
uau, Hiroaiar.wiia jtain Line Express for Galena.
uumciui , mc isuer connecting wun Trains to Spring'
t -.-, .,.1. jMA.iii.uu, jsaruogion ana ijuincy.
6.10 r. If., New Tork Express. Saturdays .reenter.
Stopping only at imnortant St.ttr.p..
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur U
u.uiciui, auu arriving at vnicago at 'Z T. ar.
Passengersfer the Upper Mlsstaslncl. will find at rnn.
leltb, steamers of the Dunleitli and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
rram lor L utwie, Reawlng, St. Paul, kc Passenger
for Janesvllle, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con.
nectat Freeport with Trains to Beloit and JanesvlHc. .m.
from thence to Madisoa and Central and Eastern Wis
The Maps and Charts Indicating tha Great Central
Route to the North and East are an exact transcript of
Cotton's Map ot the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as well as the running
time cards of the connecting Roads, and Judge for them
selves as to the correctness of the above statements. The
opening or tne Illinois tjeniral Rail road from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
iac tower .aiisisiippi, asorcu co toe pleasure traveler,
a. well as the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North and Bast, which surpass those ot
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company for the convenience ot the trav
eling public, the permanency of the road and structure.
uic s-ieug-u uu ctegance oi tne engines ana uars, com
mend themselves to those who desire in traveling need.
comfort am safety. State rooms secured on all packets:
ii.--.iouu.viuiiu.ts isas, wunine pnvii.a.
of laying over at any point, can be had at Memnhn
WILLLLM MORIN, Agent,
lnn-l UemnM. Tn-n
GREAT SOUTHERN ROUTE
Prom New York, Philadelphia, Bal
timore and Boston,
-E ivx :
Via t harlcston, S. C.
THROUGH RATE3 of Freight frm New Tork and
PhUadeipbia, to Memplsis. and Statiossoa Menu his
ana unarteston Bauroaa, fty New Tork aid PblladelDhla
steamship Lines to Charleston, 3. c. :
FIRST CL.VSS Plane Fwtes, Bsln, Sta
tionery, soots, shoes. Liquors, Osts, Xm., in
bottles ; CasaphlBO and opitlts TssrpentlBe
la barrreis ; Carpeting, Uhiaa, Glass and
Glassware, Cigars, la cases; Clocks,
CotueettoBeries, Cotton Cards, Cattery la
oases, casks and Lcxes; Dry Goods in
box.s and bales; Drags, fruits, fruit
Trees and Shrubbery, Furs. Garden Seeds,
Loo tics Glasses and Looking Glass Plates,
(at owner's risk,) Oysters in cans ana
jars, Saddlery, Tin and Brittania Ware,
Teas and Spices, per 100 pound... ....... .42 13 2 30
31-1,1. -nu UUA33- uaraware. except soea
asspecUed ia First and Third Classes;
Coffee Mills, Machinery. Frriga Liquors la
barrels and pipes. Tobacco in boxes, Leather
In rolls and buxes, Otis in barrels and casks.
Crockery and Qiteensware in crates and
casks. Rice Whiting, Plaster, Sheet Brass
and Copper, per 100 poasda ....il SI
THIRD CLASS. Axes, Shovel. Spades, Sad
Irons, Zinc and Tin la pigs, Ttt Plate, An
vils, Vices, casks ot Chains and Hoes, Ms
nula and Gotten Crdage, Co flee. Heavy
Castings, Mill Gearing, Carriage Springs
arrt Axles, Railroad Wheels aad Axles,
Chairs asd Spikes, and Resin In barrels, per
100 pounds $1 61
SPECIAL RATES Boxes Hats S2 13
Furnltare and Carriages boxrd, and other
light artiUes not enumerated ; also. Car
boys of Acids or other Chemicals, wW bo
charged by actual weight, bet at double
First Class Rates, per 100 porsad $156 $168
TiUKWAHBlSB AT UUAKLfiSIUN J'KSAt Ui
The above rates cover all expenses from New Tork and
Philadelphia to Tuscumbia and Memphis, when shipped
fry cuoslga your goods to Ageat, south Carolina K.
R., Charleston, and have packages marked care S. C B
R., Charleston, S. C.
Have every piciage ptalsly marked with consignees'
name or shipping mark. Also, have masked upon the
packages the Depot of delivery, and the Initials of the
Read deliverisg. Attention to this matter prevents de
lays and miscoBsltnmentj.
Goods by this route are transported with great dispatch
over the South Carolina, Geoigia, and connecting roads.
Dy Day and Night Express Trains. Shippers may relay
confidently on the dispatch and certainty of the Charles
ton Line. "
Persons shipping by Sail Vessels ami Fropeilira from
Baltimore, New Tork. Philadelphia and Boston, will re
ceive the full benefit of any contract they may make with
thse vessels, aad by consigning their goods to the Agent
of the South Carolina Road, they will be forwarded tree
of commissions, at the follow!, g rates:
FROM CHARLES TON TO TUSCUMBIA,
First Class, (see Classification
above i per luu poonoj..... si a
Second Class, (do do $1 09
Third Class, (do do.) $ S7
Special rates for light gocds,
per loo Donna s- 7k
steamers are generally but one day quicker than Pro
pellers, and from two to three davs quicker than Sailing
Vessels, from New Tote ana Philadelphia, and otner
Eastern ports, to Charleston. And where a tew days of
time Is not an object, from 20 to 10 cents per 100 pounds,
can be saved by shipping on the latter clas of Vessels
We are bow delivering goods in Nashride at from 9 te
II days from New Tork, and it will tale about 36 hours
more to deliver at Memphis.
FACTS FOR CONSIDERATION;
1st. Charleston has subtcribrd and paid half a mil
lion to the Nashville and Chattanooga, and half a million
to the Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
24. Savannan, ana roaas leaaiog to mat point, nave
Invested nothing la Western Railroads.
3i. All things being equal, (time, rates fee.,) the city
and line which has coutr.butea so largely to the advance
ment of our Roads and the development of the resources
of our Slate, should certainty be patronized in preference
to these that hare contributed nothing.
4lh Northern Transportation Lines have no' claims
upun Southern people. The Charleston Line Is composed
of Roads, all "home Institutions," connecting the great
Father of Waters with the Atlantic seaboara
5th. Overcharges by this Line will be promptly ad-
! us ted by tha Agents of the Memphis and Charleston
The forwardlogdeprtment at Charleston Is under the
exclusive management of the old established house of
E. LAriTTC k Co . whose experience and known repu
tation (or promptness. Is a guaranty that the business
wili be well attend, d to and gocds promptly dlspatchi d.
Exp- tse bills, showing charges to Charleston, will be
mahed to consignees.
Remember that goods by steamers from New Tork
and Philadelphia are forwarded when consigned and
marked as directed, free of ail charge. When shipped by
sailing vessels or propellers, they will te forwarded ireeof
comnilssloas, drayage and wharfage only charged.
Freights to ail Stations on the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad between Stevenson asd Toscumbla, are entitled
and will be charged the same rates as to Toscumbla, and
all points between Tescoabia and M ropils, the same
rate as to aimpats.
The rates by Charleston ib.ll at alt times be as low as
by Savannah, aad all chasges will be duly announced in
th Mtmphis papers.
For further Information, apply to or alires.
CHAS. W. ANDERSON,
Western Agent, Charleston Line,
No. 2S College Street. Nashville, Tenn.
Eastern Agent, Charleston Line.
ap3-tf No. 195 Broadway, New Tore.
LOOK TO l'OUR INTEREST.
TimOUGlI TICKETS TO GRENADA.
Fare IUjuyiccu to G SO,
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
"tONNECTING tei. miles south of Holly Springs, having
j only sixty-s is mues or staging toe cheapest. n.os
s:easant. and quickest route by ficia four to ten hoors
On this routs ths staging Is hut one mile further thar
oa the Panola route, aitnougn tne utter is represented b
be but fifty-two miles staging and fifteen Lou. a through
The true distance over t e Panola route is slxty-flv
In a few weeks the Mississippi Central Ball road will V
extended to the Tallahatchie river, still shortening th'
staging seven miles less. Travelers will look to theli
com fort and pocket. A word to the wise is sufficient.
J3 For Tickets or Information apply to SIMS CO.'
Agents, at tne tuuroaa, si aga ana umninus nciet ui
flee. Commercial Hotel. ftb2t-dtr
City Tax Payers.
niTT TAX PATERS ar notified that the Tax Book for
j tha current corporate year Is now made out, and
will be kept at the office of the Mayor, where all persons
interested are earnestly invited to can and settle,
fehll JOHN NEWSOM, City Tax Col
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TENNESSEE
OPEN from Junction with Memphis and Chariestcr
Railroad to Mecon. IS H miles North of Bolivar, ax.1
eleven mlie. South ot Jacksoo. Tenn.
PASSKNOR AND MAIL TRAIN leaves Grand Junc
tion daily at 10 a af . or on arrival ot morning mall
train from Memphis. cooBMting at Medon wlih Wjlj'i
line of Coaches for Nashville via Jackson and Hunting
ton, and by way of Lexington. Clifton. Warn es tore.
Mount Pleasant, and from torlnz HUI br the Tennesseo
and Alaban.a Railroad.
Retcrn.ng, leaves Medoa at 1:30 r. M , connecting at
Grand Jusctioc with evening mall train into Memphis,
ap!5 B. P. NEELT. Sup'L
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
roroTJtr Qpon to JSardj3.
Two Daily Trains each Wav.
FROM and after WEDNKSDAT. March. 25, 1SJ7, this
MAIL TRAIN leaves Memphis dally, (Sundays ex
cepted.) at 7: 15 a. M , arriving at Sardts at 10:05 A. as.
Returning, leaves Sardls at 10:35 a. St., and arrives at
Memphis st 1:25 r. at.
This Train connects at Sardls with Messrs. J. P McAI
exander k Co.'s DiUy Line of first class Post Cosches for
Panola, Grenada, Canton, Jsckscrs and Vlcksburg.
The ACCOMMODATION and FREIGHT TRAIN leaves
Sardls at 5:30 a. it., arriving at Memphis at IfcM a. at.
Returning, leaves Memphis at 2J0 r tt., and arrives
at Sardts at 7.301' M
Passengers are requested to purthsse tickets before
entering the cars, and save pajmeat af extra rare.
Baggage checked to all stations on the Railroad, and ou
baggage will be receirsd without being checked. Each
passenger will be allowed HO pounds of baggage by Bali
read, and 60 pounds by stage, but no article win be car
ried as baggage that la not incident to the person of the
In case of loss, th Compary wttt hold themselves) r
spon.lbte for an amount not exceeding $ 50.
EJ"Negroes, when traveling alone, must have a permli
naming the peint to which they are to go, and specifying
that they are to travel by Railroad, or they will notbe
carried. s. M. PATRICK.
Silt? . . Superintendent.
Q-Basle and Enquirer, Morning Express, Hernando
papers, Grenada papers, and the Missiipptan, at Jaek
son. copy, and discontinue fermer advertisements.
EAST AND NORTH.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
H 1 1 Ij II Q X
RAILROAD connections direct from MEMPHIS to
New Tork Philadelphia, Baltimore, Waahiagtcu
city, Richmond, Charles ten, aadSavaaaah
xuHuiuu IKS.KT3 sold to the luUowlng points
Nashville, Chattanooga. Augusta. Charleston. n-Mmw,.I
loa, Atlanta, Montgomery, Culnrat as. Ga., Macon and
IHKOUGH TO XASIIVILXE IX 25 HOURS.
Through Ticket OfSce at the Commercial Hat, I Mem
phi.. Tens. . P M PATTERSON, Agtnt.
Tickets always good.
Fare as low as iy any other first-class route.
Per Passengers, a ru w route la now .rw.rr.rf . w k.
RUN and ATLANTIC CITIES. nn.crr,.. ir, .
and safety direct aad expeditious, with connections suie
Pa.siag though slave territory, perfect scurlty lssCerrd
fr the coaveyaao of servants.
Fwr FREIGHT from New Tork, and other Eastern cities
by s earners to Charleston or Savannah, and railway di
reet to Memphis. The atteatten of Southern and Western
Merchants M sailed to this route, betftg as cheap and
men expedittsos, than any other
Tnrougn rates aad connectloas established.
The ADAM S EXPRESS COMPANT is isvlnm....
tlen with this line.
The THROUGH MAILTRAIN leaves Memphis DAILT
1 7 o'clock A.M.. (6:15 Memohis tlrre 1 ,r,nxi..
Eastward aad We.tward trains ca In. Ns.h-.ni.
Chattanooga Railroad, at Stevenson, same day
Also connect, at Grand Jaacttea wh the Mississippi
Central Railroad to Holly Springs, Oxford, Grenada. Can
ton, Jackson, ic, Jlc.
Also connects at Grand Junction StatTua with Tennes
see Central Railroad to Bolivar, and Jackson.
Also connects at Pocahontas with Tri-Weetiv ts -
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Columbus.
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Memphis
DAILT (except Sundays) at "15 p. sr.. ri-XQ v,tm.
time.) for Juaction with the MlfslssinolC.nrt im 4
Bessee Centra! RaLroads, Somerrille and Intermediate
Baggage checked to all stations en the RaSroad. and
no Baggage wffl be received without betas: cheered
Each passenger win be allowed seventy-five pounds of
baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds bvStan: hnt
article will be carried as baggage that la not incident to
the person of the passenger. In case of loss the Com
pany will hold themselves responsible for an amount not
Passengvrs are requested to purchase Tickets before en
tering the cars, and save payment of extra fare.
Negroes, when traveling alone, must hmvo a nermit .
ming the point to which they are to go. and specifying
that they are to travel by railroad, or they will Botha
carried. No ticket will be sokl them, nor will they be re
ceived on the ca.s, unless their owner or agent be present
or known to the llcket Agent and Conductor or other
person to vouch for geauineness of permit. '
P. C. ARMS.
General Superintendent, HuntsvlHe, Ala.
sep21 a. ATRK3.
Superintendent of Transportation. Memphi., Tenn.
Xoticeto Owners & agents of Xegroes
TaAVrilXO BT TUB
Memphis and Charleston Eailroad.
ON and after MARCH 29tu, Negroes traveling alona
on the Cars of this Company must hare a Permit.
pec if ylng they are to travel by Railroad
Their owner or his agent most be nreunt -
the ticket, and to place the Negr. abjard the cars; r
some p tson. known to the Station Agent or Cocucetor
moat vouch for the genuineness of the Pencil.
marea-oim 11. ai kks. anpt of Transportation.
For Baltimore, Washington, New
orli, Philadelphia, &c
Direct Through Xiine for the East!
Baltimore and Olilo
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (S79
miles,) and to Washington, NM miles.) and cresent.
the fullest advantages both as a freight aad passenger
line. It runs through wad and romantic regions of tbu
Alleghenles; and belag solidly constructed, comcl.tetw
equipped and carefully managed, is one of the most at
tractive and safest uauroaas in tne united States. The
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and ZaneavtUe to
Wheeling, unites this road with, an portions of the West
The oult Tnsouon Tickets i-box Vrv.nn
Louisville and St. Louis to the Natiosat. c.
tbopolis, are sold by this road, which runs direct ta
Washington without the delay of passing through Balti
more. It Is also the only lia. by which baggage can bo
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
J3-By tke mail houte from Memphis, take the "M
steamers, running dally for Louisville, connecting iw.
with mail steamers or JeCersonville Railroad for Cincin
nati, where they arrivo so as to connect with th. cars of
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, connecting there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark and Zanes
vine, to Wheeling. By tha express train of this ronte,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Waahlagtoo
is less than 27 hours.
O-Be sura to ask for tickets by the Baltimore axil Ohla
r3Passengers from Memphis going East thmnxh St.
Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohla
Railroad. This route lays UmughVlscnnes,TerraHaate,
Indianapolis, etc, to Wheeling, over the new Ohio and
Mississippi and connnectlng Roads. These connect lona
are ail direct, and the time from St. Louis to Baltimore
or Washington ts bnt about 43 hours. Through Tickets
by this route may be had ot tha Agent, under tha Plas
ter's Douse, at tne following rates : jrrom St. Louis to
Baltimore $25, to Washington fs.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior can of
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three time.
dally for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New
Tork. Through in i or it hours, including stoppages.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty ot lhe country, and
general comfort, this road Is second to non. Ia tha Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment ot any Railroad in the United States, and Is
prepared to do an Immense business In transportation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and.
In the streets of Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia and New Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and Balti
mobe Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to New
Tork, and by new Merchants and Miners Line to Boston,
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, kc For
particulars, see freight tariff, copies of which, may be had
of the Forwarding Houses In the West, or of J. B. Foarv
TT I !. . I....-U. 1 ... m .. -
WM. 3. WOOD3IDX,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
A. T. LAVALLXTTB,
Jnn25-ly Agent, 61 Front Raw, Memphis.
FARE REDUCED !
Prom Memphis to Jackson, 93 SO.
From Memphis to iYashTiile, $10 50.
Yia Jackson, Waynesboro aad
CONNECTING near BrownsvUlo with the Jfamphls
and Ohio Railroad and at Thompson wlili tha Tec
nessee and Alabama Railroad. This Is tha cheapest roote
to Middle Tennessee, and travelers an assured that no
pains or expense will be spared to render them comforta
ble. The coaches, horses and drivers are superior.
Our line connects at Jacxson with J. W. Norwood
Co.'s line ot four horse post coaches to Nashville.
juiyis nohwuod is. raarusg.
Coal : Coal :
Ti CT COAL has come at last; wind and bad veslatr
1VX has kept It hack so long. 1 received on. pair of
boats (12.0CO barrels ) out ot four pair that I have
bongut, this (Saturday) evening. I shall be at the Red
Office from this time oat, ready ro wait on my friends and
customers with a large and constant stock: of CosL I
have had a supply of Coal on hand tor the last four and a
bait years until a short spell the latter part ot January.
1 will now promise two things that I will lay la mora
Coal, and tt I make a dollar on ltl will keep it among us
at home. I buy my Coal at tha head of th. trees: at first
cost. march-tf I THOS. Ji MIS.