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MEMPHIS, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1857.
YOL. VHL NO 34.
BY M'CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
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IS. K- St'CLANAHAN, LEOXIDAS TROUSDALE,
TO. M. BUTTON, BENJAMIN T. DUX,
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McCLANAHAN, HUTTON it CO.
f ruffsstanal fcis.
Dr. It. L.. L.VSK.I,
LATE StaffPhysician and Director of several Hospitals
ia Ocrasaay, awmber of different Medical Societies
la New Tock. has located In the city of Memphis, and of
fer hie servioee to the poMic as Physician, Accoucher,
and fer an oseratieas in Sjrgery.
X3- Oeiee an Washington street, between Main and
WA. EDMONDS, M. D , (late of lloftinsvllle, Ky J
. Hoaeapethic and Hydropathic Phyrldan, tenders
bes prefessteaal services to the citizens of Memphis.
ReHdeBce Madikon street, rtex to tee Planing Mill.
Otaee Madisea street, adjoining the Advocate office.
Refers to McCoaite it Trice, J. Torlan 5; Son, W J.
Bavte aad W. E. Milton. mar2-3-m
XV. G. WEATHERFORD,
A--tOONSELOR AT LAW, and Real Estate Agent, Napa.
I Imb Ark.
Refer to A. Wright. Esq., and Ool. R. G. Payne, Mem
phis; Judge R. L Oara Users. Supreme Court; E. G.
KaMBMB, Esq , NahviUe; Major G. A. Henry, Clarks
vHte, Teaa , and Gen. T. B. Ftoarney, Desha co.. Ark.
DRS. MOORMAN & BROWN.
OFFICE an Adams street, in rear of Jones, Brown it
Ca , ob Mala street. Dr. Moorman's residents on
Eeboic street, between Vance and BUiott streets.
CHAS. D. FONTAINE,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Pontotoc, Miss., wUl attend
etrietlr to all professional business which may be
eatraeUd to aim to any of the Courts of North Missis
J. A. MOON,
ATTORNET AT LAW, General OsHectlng and Land
Ageats. far the Northern and Eastern Counties of
Arkaasas, DBS ARC, ARK.
L. O. RIVES,
ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Taa. Oflte: in the Post Office Building.
AM hnsinets eatrasted to his care wHl receive prompt
aadifaHtfal atteatioa. CoUectioBS peemptly mad. in the
garraaadjsg eaaetie of West Tveuessee, Mississippi and
DK. SAMUEL GILBERT, Sr., has retarsed to his old
homestead near Memphli, and reopened his Infirm
ary, and wHt reasain permsnemij-. ue ui. mo mw.
Akm.it nhMiH Cancers. Scroffula. Whi e Swelling.
rmn m .rid Wens, without Surgical operations. He also
.11 rraaie female di.eases. Sores f longstanding,
Tetter, SheaBsatisas, Syphilis, and all forms of Mercurial
Dr G. deesM It nnnecesary to say more, as he has llv
eg wrtaesees of his success from Maine to Oregon,
JAMES M. MURPHY,
Crouorol Xianri Vsox3.t.
TTTlt-L attend personally to the locating of Swamp Land
Y V Scrip and Warrants in t Be J acasonpon ana iieieua
Districts, setting Land ana paring Taxes.
B Graham. Memphis.Tenn.; A. S. Hoey. Little Bock;
R. O Brinkley,
H aj X. JSUll, AlSB.y
J. Norton it Co.. N. O.t
W. 31. Frtvea,
F. Laae it Co , "
H. P. OoeHdge, Helena,;
Myrtle it Moore, "
Aen Putt, '
O. W. Board, Jack sooport;
J. A. Rousseau, LaGrange,
W. E. Butts, LawrencevlBe,
OIL. THOS. KELLER,
LATE of TBsenmbla vUahama, has located permanent
ly la Memphis nd offers his services to the public
la an the Braneaes or msproiraswu un u
oflee heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby
and Ueien streets. Having recently made a careful and
genera selection of Surgical Instruments, he Is prepared
tar a the eperatioKs of Surgery. Residence on Shelby
street, between H-liEg and Treievant streets.
R. G. PAYNE,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn.
Post OClae Building, Jelfersen street.
Office In the
.1. A. ANDERSON,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office In
Walker's Building, ovr Mansfield's Drug Store,
Mala street. Janio-iy-
nit. WM. HEWITT
TTILL practice medicine, on the principle that there Is
VV seed la aH systems, and none all sufflclent. Ode
ea Jetfetsoa sUtS, in the Post Offlce Building, second
taar t nn the Past Offlce. Residence on the corner of
Heraaado and BtHett streets.
CM J B. Stanton. N. Adams, Esq., Haywrod county.
v.J t h niand. Dr. J. B. Mac! In. Fayette county.
R. Soatervide. Esq.. f Maetln, Esq., Tipton county.
J. L. Wet. J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
S-UITiT P. BANKHEAD,
4 TTORNET AT LAW. Memphis, Tenn. Offlce In the
A. Pest Offics Block, ever Aydlett t Co., third story.
IX. V. I.OONEY.
A TTOKNET AT LAW. Office .vrr C W. Cherry fc
JX. Co.'s. J"6-tf
B. C. BROWN,
a TTORNET AT LAW. Marlon, Ark., practices In
A vuw. Crittenden. Mississippi. Green. Randolph,
Lawrenee. iBdepeBdeace. Jackson, Poinsett, St. Francis
aBd Monro Ooaetles, In Arkansas. oct7-d6m
1. WICKERStlAM .ED. A. BEECHES.
WICKERSHAM & BEECHER,
A TTORNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Offlce,
jfl; No. 21 Jefferson street. JSJI-tf
a. V. RIOHARDSOX..W. W. WHEATLET..SI. A niOQI.
Richardson, Wlieatley & Higgs
A TTORNETS AT LAW Offlce on the corner of Second
Xi. and Court streets, xempnts, Tenn. cwij
JOHN A. NOOE.
A TTORNET AT LAW. Offlce In the Post Offlce Build
M inc. Memphis. Tenn. nov21-tr
ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis.
Tenn. Offloe, south side of Court Square, one door
.west of Wallace's Auction House, up stairs.
ATTORNET AT LAW, Covington, Tenn. All buslnej n
entrusted to his care win receive prompt attenUcs.
" D n. DUBOSE,
ATTORNET AT T.AW, Memphis, Tenn. Offlce on east
aide ef Main street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to- T. Titus, McEwen, Harris & McNeill, J. D.
WBtams, W. B. Hitler and Miles Owen, MeaaphU,Tenn.;
Keen, Titns & Co., Xew Orleans. JanM-tf
B. W. MORRIS c. WARD.
MORRIS & WARD,
CASH DEALERS IN
2r"oxgrx3- cfa 13 oraostio
& Rlf GOODS
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c,
AO. 295 MAIN STREET,
(One door south of Monroe,)
apg-3m MEMPHIS, TENN.
A-r A -RCH, 1857.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Trunks, Yallses, Carpet Bags, 5lc.
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL.
BTlste arrivals, we are In receipt of all kinds of Boots,
Shoes and Hats, that are new and desirable, making
one ef the largest and best stock of floe custom-made
work for retail trade to be foand In Memphis. Prices
will be low for cash. Call and see.
HICKS, TERRY k ANDERSON,
No. 245 Main street,
xnar25-dly Opposite Court Square, Memphis.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
OUR strock In the wholesale department f--.
5S J Is now large and complete, to which we re-LM
fmJ spectfnJty can the attention of Merchants-
'onir. Those bnrlnc f nr can, or sattsractory pa
per, at snort dates, wui nna 11 10 ineir iuim m
ns a cat! before maims ineir piiuutu.
E5- Wholesale Rooms Bp stairs.
HICKS, TEBRT& ANDERSON.
No. 215 Main street,
ap3-dawly Opposite Conrt Snare. Memphis.
JAMES CORO & CO.,
NO. 2 HOWARD'S BOW, MEMPHIS, TENIi.
J . B . SHAEPE,
A'o. 25 ifodiion-sf ., between Front Row end xain,
WOULD respectfully Inform the merchants ef Mem.
phla and surrounitog country, that he has j ast re
turned from the cities of Virginia, where he established
a permanent Agency f r the sale of all grades of Virgin
la Tobacco, and Intends to keep constantly on hand a
stock equal to the demand, at manufacturers' priies.
Being fully able to compete -with the New Tork( Balti
more, Cincinnati and New Orleans markets, he Invites
the attention of all dealers In the above article to hfc
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
oc21-dkw-tf j. n. aiianra.
A. f. HANCOCK.. ..R. O. CLARK.. ..OEO w.rao.a.
Late Williamson & Late Aydlett Late of Somervllle.
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, BOPE, BACOH", LABD,
H TTinrla of XTOdUCO,
NO. 16 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
MR MILTON MeKMGUT, late of ew uneans, na
become associated with us in the Grocery and Com
mission Business dating from thelft lnst. The styleof
the Arm win hereafter be BATES, wuuusacaaiuui
Memphis, Feb. 10, X857. uaim n uuu.
M. GATES A. SI. WOOD M. M'EXIGIIT.
GATES, "WOOD & McKNIGHT,
G r o e o v s , v r o u u e c
JfO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHIi.
AGENTS Harard Powder Company; colliers' n:u
Lead and Oil Company, St. .Louis; for sale of Llv
erpool Salt febl3-tlSJnn
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
HITHER & WINKELMANN,
Main-St., 3d Door Delow union,
ARE prepared to 011 all oraers mine
noose Carpentering and Furniture busi
ness with neatness an J dispatch.
Renilrlnr and Varnishing executed in
the best style. We warrant all won aoneinour enop.
Give us a call. UV7-im
J. C. JAOOBI & CO.,
(No. 328 Main, bet. Union and Gayoto-sts.,)
Importers and Ulannfacturers of
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGAES AND TOBACCO.
C0NSTANTLT on hand, a large assortment of the most
favorite brands, at moderate prices.
J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AlfD DEALERS IX ALL KINDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner ef Main and Union Sts.,
HAVE always on hand a well and carefully selected
stock of articles In their line, which they will sell at
the lowest current prices.
J3 Orders promptly nuea wiin aispsua.
D. PANTE & CO.,
"Lard Oil. Soau and Candle
i.ti itrnin strppf. TtlpniTiliifi. Tenn.
THE highest marxei prices paia ior rouga aau romai
Tallow. Lard and Soap Grease. nov2-l
JOHN B. BOTTOj
BOOT AND SHOE
MAX 13 F AG TUlVEft,
No. 66 Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
KEEPS constantly on hand, BOOTSand---.
I SHOES, of hlsownmjke, also of other I
I KJ manufaetnrers. He EBeps, also, Leather, f J
IBWp.i. tt , ovtn. Viwnrh and u
001c mirA uwii v . -
imii.i,ii,vitiiiiiin. Trnnka. Camet Bags ana va
Uses, all of which he wi l sell as cheap as any In this
market. Give him a call before purchasing eisewnere.
A. STKEET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
aug!2 MEMPHIS, TEWX.
G. B. IdOCKE,
Auctioneer and General Agent,
BEAL ESTATE BROKER,
83 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HAIL,
PARTICULAR attention to sales of City or Country
Property, Negroes, Merchandise, of every description,
Furniture, Land Scrip and Warrants, stocks, Renting and
Leasing Property, &c
Storage and Consignments solicited.
Having engaged the services of Mr. J. M. CALDWELL,
an old and experienced Auctioneer, late of HuntsvlKe, Ala
bama, I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and
sales of every description. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES
made on Consignments.
3Storage and consignments solicited.
pTS. I am Agent for The Adams Express Company.
' maris ,
N. B. E0REST,
No. ST Adams-st, Bfempliis, TcnM
nASJust received from North Carolina,
twentv.flvellkelv vonng negroes, to which ne
desires to call the attention, of purchasers
tr- win k in h rerntar receipt of negroes
v.rth .nrf .q.tiih Carolina everr month. His Ne
gro Depot Is one of the most complete and commodlom
establishment of the kind In the Southern country, a-r
his regulations exact and systematic, cleanliness, neat
nets and co-nfort being strictly observed and tnforCW
His aim is to furnish to customers A. 1 servants, eac
field hands, sound and perfect In body and mind. Ne
irmri taken on commission. ISU2I
ROOTS. SHOES. BROGANS, &G.
no vnnwanttnhnv Shoes of any kind
Ladles' Mens', or Children, Gentle-
mens'. Boys and Touths' nno or common
BOOTS. SHOES. OT BHUUAKOr uo w
301 Main Street, Memphis,
Next door to W. H. Hunt's Queensware Store, where
there is now opening a large and entirely new stock, and
where all who wish can Deaccommouakcu .yu:
"SEES' " '"bS YAH FELTS.
E. M. AFPERSOS....C. DELOACH... .DAVID ADAMS.
E. 31. APPERSON & CO.,
CoHmlssioH & Forwarding Merchants,
AND DEALERS IX
BAGGrNG.BOPE, GBOCEBXES, &c.
NO. 65 rJJO.VTJIOjr, and 6 JEFFEUS Olt-ST ,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
PRATT'S COTTON GINS.
WE are Agents for the sale of D. PRATT'S celebrated
COTTON GINS which have been so favorably known for
the last number of years. Persons wishing to purchase
are requested to call and examine them. All Gins are
sold under a full guaranty.
marl6-6ci I. u.irrasu tu.
5-3- Holly Springs, Miss., Times Greneda, Miss., Re
publican; Panola, Miss., Star; Hun'svllls, Ala., Advo--,;
Tntcnmhia. Ala.. Knaulrer l BnwBavllle, Tenn.,
Journal, copy six months, end send bUs to this offlce.
A. HI. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Succatort to Poattt Co.,)
NO. Al UNION STREET,
aepl7-Iy NEW" ORLEANS, LA,
, WILDS VERNON,
J W. A. BRYAN,
) M. N. BRTAN,
Late of LaGrange, Tenn.
Late of Panola,
Cotton factors, ijomxaii&saui tisaia
Xo. 6 Front Row, over Meacham fc Onlhrmin'a,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per hale.
J3 All cotton sent to ns wiu oe covcnai jLu,iuii,
unless otherwise Instructed. Si??
WARD LAW BOWAKD,.. ....wll. T. BOWAOl).
W. HOWARD Sc CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS in Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses. Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Aie, Hue, iwi
i.ime Tjinrl.Piaster. and Groceries generally. A good
stock now on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
J3-Cash advances made on Cottons In store for sale or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to ns hv water: also, the risk of Fire while In
itore, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling uoiions, iqb same " .
jsars past fifty cents per bale. Iuly20
.J. ii. REID.
b. mm & RRo.,
NO. JS FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LL Cotton sent toour address Insures, unless iniiroc-
r tiona ti. the eanlrarv are received, raraura
orders filled with care.
Store and Sell Cottsn at orty
cents per bale.
T r. aydlett.,
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
XO. 83 GRAVIER-ST., SEW
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
YXTILL make cash advances on all cotton or oiner rru-
VV duce shipped to T.
. P. AydlfttSt Co., New OrIans.
CUDDY, BROWN & 00.,
36 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
CASH advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
consigned as above, by MILES OWEN.
No. 5 Monroe Street, let. Front Row &Main,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
Cotton and other Produce.
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices. 06128
jr. X. terser 3
Cotton Factor & Commission Merchant,
Mosby & Hunt's New Block,
Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis.
WILL pay particular attention to filling oruers ior
. Groceries, Bagging and Rope, ftc.
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 1-2 Front Row,
LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
New Orleans, La.
..K. C. SNIDER,
WALKER & SNIDER,
No. 123 Canal Street,
JnlylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
I. I BEASLEY A. w. J.oria
BEASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on band.
Ch.rees flftv cents per bale, all other Produce at
uual raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
r mltance. AU P.-oduce Insured, nnless otherwise In
structed. ' IW nawiy
C- MASON.. ..... ..O. C. BO.NE......
Holly Springs, Miss. Louisville, Ky.
L. C. NORTELL.
MASON, BOONE & NORYELL,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants
No. 16lMain-St., Memphis. Tenn.
BAGGiNG, Rope, Jeans, Iinseys, and a general stod
of Plantation Supplies constantly on hand.
T. 1. DAVIDSON.. B. ELLIS. ...... A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
So. 21 ATcfn Street, Eatt tide between Jeflerton end
jLtamt, jnempnw, j.enn.
TtOPE, Bagging and Plantation Supqlles always on
XX hand. JniBO-aawtf
1. n AXES. ... A. M. WOOD
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOBS, GBOCEBS,
Produce and Gensral Commission
A'o Union Street, between Main and Front Row,
A FTER an active application to bnilness, for over
f- eleven years, we, ior to. sni uoic, aoucii mo p
tronara of our friends In the capacity of Cotton Factors.
We feel confident of our 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 la
the dtv. Cash advances, or acceptances, wil only be
made on consignments In store. Insurance on Cotton or
other Produce, In store, will only be effected pon actual
lnstrnctlsns, or when under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at aU times, be Insured while In
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on
ih. farecf bills lading.
To an our friends who have so liberally patronised us
during years past, we shall offer the same inducements as
heretofore for a continuance or meir patronage.
Jnnl-dawly GATES & WOOD.
Laths and Skingles.
TJ0GERT& WITT are still making Laths, and real
JJ ways prepared te supply the public with the best ar
ticle at reduced prices. They are also making Shingles,
and will keep a supply constantly on hand. Mill on Wolf
river; above, the Bayou. July 18, 'Sg-ly
Bagging, Bale Rope and Twine,
CONST ANTLT on hand and for sale by
octas Monroe street.
No. 233 Main Street.
WE Invite attention to our large stock of Spring anl
Summer Goods, which we are selling and Intend to
sell cheap for cash. . .
ap7-dew2ui PniLIfS & WHITE.
WF. are now In receipt of a Urge portion of our beau
tiful and magnificent Spring stcck of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
Consisting In part of
BERAGE and ORGANDEK ROBES,
LACES, of every variety,
EXQUISITE LACE SETTS and EMBRO'DERIES, of
every description all latest styles.
A general and comp e'.e assortment of Planters' Goods,
Gents Cloths; Plain and Fancy Cslmercs and Vesting,
of the most approved patterns ; Men and Boys' Furnish
ing Goods; Hats, Caps, Boots and Snoes; Trunks, Va
il.es, Carpet Bag's, Carpeting and Matting; and In addj
tlt n all articles usually kept In our line. All of which
we propose selling very low for cash.
Give us a call, and we pledge ourselves you shall have
gs, and at the lowestmarkct prices. &
"WALKER & BROTHERS,
No. 79 Front Bow,
MANUFACTDRERS OF CLOTHING,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
Dry Goois, Boots afe Slioes,
ARE Just receiving ana opening a spicuuw
of Spring and Summer Goods, to which they callthe
especial atfntlon of Country Merchants and River Tra
ders. Our facilities are such as to compete with any, and
to undersell a good many. rieac uu uu -
C. T. M. NOLAND
.A. s. HDET
NOIiAND & CO.,
LITTLE ROCM., ARK.
REFER TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen and CyL
Charley Church. ,v. ,
forbid.-ly . .
E. W. KUCKEK,
Surveyor and Draughtsman,
11. 1.1 1 H mttA will 01.
OFFERS his services 10 mo i".
prompt attention to any business connected with his
vocation. He may ne ioubu at ua u," -"
sof Main street, south of Union, (Canovan , BuUd
lng,) No. 316, unless absent cn prjfesslonal business.
J. E Chadwlck, nenry G. Smith,
J M. Prcvlne, Robertson Tupp,
B B. WaddeH, Uip H. Thompson
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits. &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Jtfflinsfretf, nerf door to Odd t tuovr uau.
ryp. a. T-.-rrrFaB XjNT
PORE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
CUVMICALS. Surgical Instruments, rancy uwu,
HpE.fnU,Aofls. Window Glass, Patent and Botar,
Medicines, Garden seeds, onuu, i -.--.
Brandies ana wines ....nted.
rf- Every article sow uy f'.Ii
"eject to be returned at our expense. , InlyB-ly
AND DEALER IN
Watclies, CIocks, ana jewtsAAjr,
CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAM3-3TJJ.,
TAKES this method of Informing nismenaa,
and ths public generally, that he has moved from
his old stand to the corner of Main and Adams
... .. ha will take nleasure In exhibiting
a new and choice lot of JEWELRT, to those who maj
favor him with a call, and will bo pleased to execute all
orders for repairs in his line. Hj hopes, by honesty, ln-
tegrltv. and his efforts 10 pieasc, n sia
andllberal patronage of all who may find It convenient U
visit his establishment. . , .
3- All orders for repairing In every branch of my bn.
slness promptly attended to. angzi-iy
THE HAZARD rONDEll tujirArti,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
rlONTINUE to effer their well known brands of ELE0
) THtr I INDIAN BIFLE and KENTUCKT RIFLE
POWDER inkegsandcaristers. Also, Gun Powder for
Blasting and Mining, comprising a full assortment of
qualities and kinds required by the trade, guarantied
to clve entire sausiacituu. , . ,.
The standard of their Powder, which has now enjoyed the
highest reputation tor more man iwcuvj-u - -
befound unsurpassed by any other manufacture of the
kind In the world. . , ,. ,a
For sale In this city by uiiw "l"-.
at the offlce of the Company. No..69 Wll. corner WaUr
street New Tork. A. G. HAZABD, "wmeuv.
A E. Douglass, sec-y
. nun mrrr. -
L THOMPSON & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO E. R. RACISE.)
IMPORTERS AND DEALEIlS
Tine Wvaudics, W ines,
ail THE FINEST QUALITY OF
JEFFERSON STREET, (Breatbett it Stoner's Building,)
Between am I ana secouu.
i - n ,on
TUST RECEIVED Brandies, Henry a oume a.
ci uia uasiuioa, toia. uiw -
Old Rnchell, anl oin -rent uraunu..
Wines, Champacne and Claret ;
Old South side Maderla.Topai Sherry;
Chsmpagne, Fleur de Bougy , Criam do ;
Cre-ccnt, Olivier OM Cbampertln Bergundy ,
Old Vleux Caps Sparkling Bergundy;
i-h.t.n-r Mareeaux. Latour Glass Stopper,
Lafitc, SL Estphe, aad other brands, too numeroui
Scotch Ale, London Potter ;
n . a.. r feb2a-dom
irs- noilv SDrincs Democrat copy three months, ana
send duiio mis our iur uuu-.iu.
FOR SALE BT
Rob't. M. Rail,
15 Sycamore-st., Cincinnati, O.
H. G. McCOMAS,
Commission & Forwarding Merchant
NO. 15 STCAMORE STREET, CINCINATI, OHIO.
AT LAMB, YOUNG & CO.'S,
No. 259 Main Street.
PBUE AND I, by George William Curtis.
Irvine's Sketch Book of Geoffrey Ciayon.
The American Citizen : His Rights and Duties, Accord
ingto the Constitution of the United states, Dy jon
nnnxtna. I.. T- D. and D. D.
Autobiography of Peter Cartwrlght, the Great Bark
woods Preacher, by Strickland.
Sermons bv S. H. Soureeon. of London.
LakeGnaml; Or, Wanderings In Southern Africa, by
My Last Cruise; Or, Where We Went and What Wo
it. wiin an Account 01 voyages " vawa,
Tochn Iilanda and Liberia, bv A. N. Habersham
The Lives of the Lord Chancellors of England, by Lcid
John Campbell, L. L. D. and F K. 3.
Webster's Private Correspondence.
Toumsn a Chemical Charts.
Touman's Chemical Atlas.
Webster's Pocket Dictionary.
Swedenborg's Works. sp2
iNE THOUSAND BUSHELS best Sweet Potatoes for
j sale at tne nrsi.Ton-uaie on uemanao nana mm
Price SI per bushel. J. T. MITCHELL.
Comer of Main and Adams street.
THIS House Is situated In the centre of business, err.
Is now finished and In complete order. The Proprietor
pledges himself It shall not he surpassed by any House In
the sonn west.
Beln eratefnl for the verr liberal patronage bestowe
on him for the last two years, he hopes by a street attetv
tlon to business to merit a continuance or uesame.
oc7-tf J. J. WORSHAJt, aTcprteior
ON UNION STBEET.
THE subscriber respectfully informs his old friends and
all the public, that ha has opened a new Restau
rant oa Union street, where he is prepared to furnish
the best viands that can befound lu the market, served
In the best Parisian styles, Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds In fact, everything suited
to the fiaest and most delicate epicurean taste.
Give me a call I have six different rooms for the ac
commodation of Private Parties. I will not be outdone
In any branch connected with my business.
feb20-tf GUS. l)HMlMSitvuu.
WORSIIAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tne wor-
rIi nm House.
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their own Juice, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardlres, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters. Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Nuts, &c.
rrm mt in connection wuu uui
I E-flJafcllshmentl have tilted opan Oyster
l CS S.Siloon, and will rtcelte FRESH
SkX" OTSTERS by every picket.
novlS-dly 3. P. BKICnETTO.
GARVIN, BELL & CO.,
Nos. 442 and 444 Main-st , Louisville, Ky.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Manufacturers of Clothing,
DESIRE to inform their customers and Mercbanls gen
erally, that th'lr larse stock of STAPLE DRT
GOODS 1: now full and complete; also, that they have
rented and fitted up tbs bouse adjoining their old stand,
as a SILK AND FANGT DRT GOODS AND VARIETT
SrORE, and made large additions te their usual Stocks
In those lines. They particularly mviw aitenuuu iu
their extensive and varied assortment of
Their Stock In this line is all of their own manufacture,
. .1 i. . .., i.ml. 4a t.ranrh of their
IDUM iuj uiwu " -
business, are prepared to offer great Inducements for
cash, or on lime to prompt aeaters, am uvu u.;
p'edge themselves to sell as low as slml'ar Goods can be
bought In the Eastern markets. mar7-daw2m
OUISVILLE JAPER MILL
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEAI.ER3 IN
"PAPERS OP ALL BINDS.
47T Main-Street, Louisville, Ivy.
. FITZGERALD. ..CHAS. C. BILL. J. WOODWORTH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Succettort to Park, Simpson 4- Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 82 Front Bow, Memphis,
IT. ALEXANDER R. J. LANSING.
ALEXANDER & LANSING,
NOS. 63 AND 65 LOCUST STREET,
Soixit Iiouir., Mo.
J. Murphy, Memphis ; Cook it Co., Memphis 5
Barnett & Walker, " ToddJtGoyer, "
Charles Potter. " febo-6m
BltADY & DAY1ES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHAXTS,
Main Street, Louisville, Ky.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope, Bag
ging, Jeans. Llnseys. he. jan23-ly
. SMITH. ...B. r. OUTIIRIE....QEO. J. nOWLAHO.
SMITU, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AOEXTS TOR THE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 361 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
it. HARVEY B. B. HARVEY.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAYIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
will be given to the Sale or
Forwarding of Goods or,
Produce consigned to our
i address. We will contract Freight on the
above i.r re-shlpment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience In our market
in the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
Reter to Cook it Co.,""J. C. Gtlfflng it Bro , Speed
it Strange, Hannah it Shanks. qeciz-iy
PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSE.
Factors, "tfvlio 3Xrotico.
T11E nnlerilgned having leased the spacious Cotton
Warehouse, earner of Monroe and Third streets.
lately occuplid by Messrs. Chapman it Co.. are prepared
to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and Merchandise
generally, upon favorable terms.
feb3-Em w. a. UUAA13 a aj.
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAYINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
No. 26 Madison Street.
rhHtS Institution, having been organised under a charter
A 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. WlllTB, AUU'ST JS. OUTB, TrJ (.
C. J. SELDBN. E. M. AVERT. CdaJHer.
By the charter, married women and children may de
posit all sums 01 not less than $1 per week, subject only
to their control. Interest allowed on all deposits for
more than four months, at six per cent, per annum. Ei
change on New Tore and New Orleans. Collections made
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Tenn., Dec. Tin, ISSti. ly
WATT C. BRADFORD.
D0Z. Crucibles, Nos. 18 to 40;
16 Circular Saws. 3to6U inches ;
300 bbls. Kewarx uement;
200 " Plaster Paris ;
A good stock of Gum Bolting;
Files of a superior quality, all sites ;
French Burr Mill Stones, all sizes ;
A large lot superior Belting Cloth :
For sale low at the Union Foundry, Poplar street.
TTAVIMOJust returned from a business tonr North,
XX with all the facilities for taxing nne, durable
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, &c,
I am now ready In person to serve my friends and the
nubile ceneraUv in my line, on the most reasonable terms.
I have no nsw ranxiea pauuis nu ciap-ira? pnKcasra
to offer the public. My establishment has to stand cr
fall amid all the blazonry of Its neighbors, upon its own
Lumber ! JLumber :
I HAVE th largest assortment of Lumber on hand I
have ever offered, consisting In part of Seasoned Cy
press and Poplar, X, I, I X and 2 Inches wide and clear;
m MrtHTlO: Jalce2x6. 2x3.2x10 and 2x12; Scant
ling 2x4, 2x5, 2x6, 3x4, 4x4, and 4x6; Weatherboardlng,
Sheeting, Shingles and wainnt LumDor on nana , sisoa
large lot of aressea leuow i-i.no rioonng ana rosxa ray
lar Flooring, Red cedar rests or an sues.
Tard on Batture, south sine or uentre lanouw.
JnnlS-dtwawly M. E. COOHRAN,
TOB AC C O !
8 8 0,000.
TTTE have in store and are constantly receiving tne
V V most celebrated brands of TOBACCO from Virginia,
Kentucky and Missouri, which we sen at manuraciurers
prices. We would call attention to the following Dianas
1 roller juugn ana aeauy a wist ,
Pace's " " "
Walker k Co.'s "
Holland' Extra Pancake;
Mohican, pounds ; Whit Tucstall, pounds ;
Tocabontas " Emma Adams "
Bigg " H. John's "
Parkins " Sutheriln's '
Persian Smoking Tobacco.
SEABROOC & CARSON,
feV2I-m Madison stret, two .doors from Main
" A SITUATION as Book-Keeper or Shipping Clerk, by
XX. Toung Man from St,
Louis. 'Good reference given.
0. H. MARTIN, P. O.
NE MILLINERY GOODS.
At No. 8 Court Street,
BETWEEN MAIN STREET AND FRONT ROW.
HAS Just return.-d with her stock of Spring and Sum
mer Millinery, and will open on FRIDAT, the 27lb
tn.tant, consisting in part of
Fine French Floaers;
Fine French Wreaths ;
Ladle.' and Mlses' Bonnets
Rlbbuns, Dress Data;
Lace and Edgings ;
And a gece-al assortment of MHHoery Goods. The la
dies of Memphis and vicinity are respectfully invited to
call and examine for themselves.
mar25-tf H. CARTER.
m w go o&s:
EMPORIUM OP FASHHOiV.
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are receiving and opening, for the r-f
Inspection of he ladies, one of the mostJvi)
fashlonab e stocks of French MHllnerv aad ifw
fancy Dry Goods ever brought to this city. Also, a very
selert assortment of Dress Goods, SUks. Brreges, Chil
lies, Organdies Grandees, Tissue Bates, p'aln and dotted
Muslins, itc We call particular attention to our
Consisting of all styles of French Bonnets. Leghorn, Eng
lish Straw, Neopolltan Eugeeles and Glplr, Flowers
and Ribbons. Five thousand dollar worth of floe French
Embroideries Valentines, Glmpure, Usnhon, Point Lace
setts, Cbautlliy Lace,
Embroidered filk Mantillas,
Lace Ba.qulnes, Dress Trimmings of all styles ; Parasols,
Fans, Glmpure Laces, &c
Also, at the Emporium of Fashion, Dress and Mantilla
Making djne, guarantying satisfaction as to style aid
Mourning goods a'ways on hand, and orders promptly
attended to. The ladies are most rrspectf nlly invited to
call and examine our good before purchasing elsewhere.
N. STIILMAN & CO.,
apl2 299 Male street, Memphis. Tenn.
218 Main Street,
UNDER ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
IITAYK u.t received a splendil stock of fashionable
DRT GOODS, consisting of all styles of rich Spring
and Summer Silks, Bereges, Berege Robes. Organdies and
Organdie Robes ; a larga assortment f Lawns, Lace and
Silk Mantillas, and Silk Embroidered iljotiliai. Also,
a splendid assortment or Dress Trimmings and Fringes of
every description, and of our own Importation. Plain
and Fancv Fara-ots. Also, a large and well selected stock
of French Embroidery and White t.oodj, and a great
many other goods, suttab e for the ladles' ttfBet, which
we will sell at very r asoaable rates.
We ca'1 particular attention to our MILLINERT DE
PARTMENT, which we will open to-day, comprising all
strles of French Bonnets, Misses' Bonnets and Flats,
tImiI n -.. ItlhriAn. FlAwera afid evervtbtnf anoer-
Furm.r customers ana inetaotes generally are resrecr-1
fully invited U call and examine befote purchasing else-
where. Remember the establHhmtnt of
ap7-1m 218 Main street, under Odd Felluws' Hsll.
Qr Evening News copy
NEW ST0EE !
vVJB W STO OKS
THE subscriber woahl respectfnlly an
nounce to the ladles ef Memphis and sur
rounding country, that be la now epentBR a
complete fresh stoekof PAR13 MILLINERT,
FANCT DRT GOODS. LA CBS, EMBROID
ERIES aid a general assurtmest ef LADIES
FANCY GOODS, which he is prepared to sell at the
very lowest prices forrasn.
AU kiads of MILLINERT made to order atthesborteal
notice. WM. SILBERBERG,
No. 200 Main street, third door above Lehman's Pn
ROSE P. THOMPSON,
T WOULD announce to th ladies of Memphis and sur
ronnd'Qg country that I have removed to No. 277
Mala street. Ferguson Ss. Neill's late stand I have ala
connected wi1 h my Millinery business anexten'lve Dress
Uakine esta lishment. where all the latest styles of nu
king and trimming will be received direct from Europe,
and solicit their patronage. niarzo-iiu
T IDirO FIIItXISIIIA'ri DEPOT.
BY lit A IJAXrlxi J.,
No. 139 Main Street, Memphis,
(Otfr Dr. SAan and ThraWt QJfce ;
Corsets and Shoulder Bi-aces,
MADE AND SOLD,
V7S7"lxoloSilo fin el rtotrtaJ.-
TVRES3!S made in the neatrst and most fashionable
Embroidery Stamping neatly done. Also,
Stamps Made for Embroidery.
Particular attention given to the manufacture of
Shoulder Braces and Improved corsets.
The art of Cutting and Making Dresses taught, and
Charts for Cutting furnl-hed. To all or wnien tne at
tention of the ladies Is invited.
Rooms a Den from 8 to 12 A. M-. and from 2 to e P. M
3" Mr. n., manufacturer and repairer of Sewing
1 AA BAGS Rio Coffee, Just received and 1st sale low
X UU to the trade by
DUUlilU.lVl I IA1UUMI,
apl5 Ne. 23 Front Raw.
HHD3. Sugar, Just received and for sale Jew to
the trade, 01
DOUGHERTT it ATDLETT,
No. 23 Front Row.
OC BOXES asortd Pickles;
Z.) u tat., tine old O.Brandr :
25 boxes Table Salt ; Just received and f jr sale low
to the trade by DOUGUKltTT iAXMutn,
ft EVENTT-Fl YE barrels Dean's Whisky, fer isle to
O close account by
pit dim j. cum a.
mWENTT-FIVE barrels, per steamboat Otendale, In
J. store and tor sale by
w iWTa t- ff
apI4-dlm j. iMjiL. w.
BLACKBERRT BRANDT on drft :
Cherry " - "
Grape oranay aim Jiemier.
J. BOTD it CO
SUCH as will stand the test of Judges, viz. :
Superior M Bourton:
Ho. 1 01a aiosoncaneia ,
Pure Kentucky Bsurbon.
aplt.dtm J. BOTD it CO.
RECEIVED by recent 'mportatrons:
Brand If s of every variety;
Iloliana uiu, pure ami pcumi--,
Pure Jamaica Rum, guarantied ;
Port Wine, pure London Rxk ;
th.rrv and Madllra Wine.
.nlltlm J BOTD it CO . 170 Maln-st.
T - . .
fXtsY. hundred thousand CIGARS, Just receivea ana rer
Must received 1
J sale by
J. BOTD it CO.
S. B. WILIilAMSON,
(Suctetto'to WUliemton 4- Eancock,)'
FINE WINES, BEANDIES,
Havana Cigars frc.
NO. 19 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
Seceived this Day,
K A BBLS Mess Por ;
SO kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
25 tierces Sugar-Cured cams ,
20 kegs Shot, assorUdsixes;
AH of which we wUl sell chsap fer cash at X. 49
Front Row, Memphis.
Jtllyl o. D. Willi.. rj.i.
vv-srrE .nhsrrlher fceeo on hand the following articles,
X which they warrant to bo of first quality, and for
tale low lorcasni
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver it 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 ;
T ime. Cement and Plaster Paris ; , . ..
' Together with a general assortment of all articles usu
U -II- h.nt In , nwr. RtArS.
r "J ,.r,r a n.oow
Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange Building,
SIIORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
By llaAYvoad from Cairo t
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Uown, without Breat
ef Gnagcor Change of Cart or Btggage.
BRANCH -sTROM CENIRALIA IS JTOW FINISHED,
That shtrteatng the luue to sixteen boon to Chicago.
ATCfcJfafe. conBBCtln with MIchlgaB OnUal Cars
.seavtbg the same Depot. fr Detroit, NkaearaFaBs,
Kuchester. Albany, New Teik, Boston, and all Eastern
sndAllsnlle CHtes Only tw change of Cars from
Cairo WMagara, and three tseta Cauv to Albany, and
roar f romTJairo to New Tork. Tone irom Cairo to Xew
Tork, futty-oiBe hours. Fare as iuw, and camfert great
er, than y asy otb.-r xusto. Puaeogcrs through are
KOTSUhiectdl to the delays consequent to the frequent
change by short lines of RaHroada through Indiana and
Ohio, to the KastaiM Xurih.
Also, ooamtttBg at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains. IveOeTciaad, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake
Shore Bajfiisad and Steamers for Ratine, Milwaukee
Sheboygan, and with a splendid Line ef First Cta.i
SUamers f r Saait Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Coiling
wood. Toronto, &c.
'Tains btare Cairo Every Msrnteg and Evening as fol
lows! 6:03 A.M., Chicago and Dcnleith Express, Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light
ning Express, over Michigan Uentral, Great Western and
N'ew Tork Central Railroads, through lu thirty-oue hours.
Thfe TradPuso connects at Saadeval with O'.le aad
Mississippi Railroad lor St. Loots and Vbiecnnes; at
Pana, with trains if the Terra Haute, Alloa and St.
Louis Raievdt for IndUaapotU, LouisvWe aad Cinctn
nali; at Dettur, with Main line Sxpreas Tor Galena
Danietth ; the latter ooBnectist; with Tralas to Sprtsg
9W, Naples, Rock Istasd. Csrliagloa aad Qaiaey.
6:10 p. M., New Tork Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at important Sutieas, except ea Signal,
conaectiBg with Maia Line Day Exare term Dtcatur U
Duuleith, and arriving at Chicago at 2 r. JI.
Passengers fer the Upper Mlaebetppi, will and at Duc
ieitb, steamer of the Dunleith aad Miaaeaota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Otmsc, Redwmg, St. Paul, Jtr. Passenger,
for Janesvilie, and Central and Rastern Wlcor,sui, con
nect at Freepsrt with Trains to Betott and Janes vole, anv
frem thence to Madtaon and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. The Maps and Charts ledleatlng the Great Central
Route to the North and Bast are an exact transcript of
Cotton's Map of the United States, aBd passengers are
requested te examine this rente as weH as the ramisx
time cards of the connecting Roads, ad judge tor them
selves as to theeerreetersaor the above stateseents. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of.
ceramunicatwa hetwees the upper Lakes aad stivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, aObrdi to the pleasure traveler,
a well as the business sua, attractions and facilities
fur reaching the North aad East, which surpass these of
any other route whatever. The acooeamodatieas fur
nlsbed by.the Company for the eeaveaieBce ef the trav
eilng public, the permanency of the rd and structure.
the strength ana elegance of tne Knginrs ana uars, com
mend teem selves :o taoe who desire la tra vet lac rated.
comfort ana tafety. State rooms secured on all packets.
T1CKXTS liUVU tint USE TXAK, with IBe prtvtie.
of laying ever at any point, can be had at Memphis,
No. IS Jefferson street.
WILLIAM MORIN. Agent.
Inni-lv M.mnh. Tn
(JT? ri". A T SO Il'PFl ll! R iV POTTTR
va xi. uj-a j. wvvjliiuihi .vvu-o
- "BTTftl? 3? BJC'TT!''
JTVih. B. i JUX1XB4. JLj
rProrn Mew York. Pluladelryhia. Bal-
timorc and Boston,
fldl b .,yJI4ivlglftMfl
Via tliaricstOB, S. C.
TnROUGn KATB3 of F'eight fr.m New Toft and
Pbilade phla. to Memphis, and Stat was on Mean bis
aad Cfeartettwa KaUruad, sy New Tork aad Philadelphia
Steamship Liars to Charleston, 3. C. :
FIRST CLASS Piaao Faetas, Bsaks, Sta-
HoHery, uoa.uau. uaa, UiH, etc., n
Utt:e; Uaatahin aad tMa Taspiiatln
In termn: tTarpenag, I Msa, eiae JW
GlaMwara, Cigar, la eases; Okicks,
Oaatecuoarrtes, IvUoa Cards, oatstsy isv
cases, caeks and bexn; Dry Weeds la
Kata aad bal; Dracs, Frasta, rrait
Tret and Shrubbery, Fur. Garden Seed,
Looking laK aBd lAOKWZ GlaMjPlaie.
fat owner's rik,) Oy.ler ifl eaa aad
Jars. Saddlery, Tin aad Briitania Ware,
Teas and Saieee, per 1-60 aeaad. $t 13 $2 30
I SECOND CI-AS3. Hardware, except such
0fl MiKs, Machinery, Forrtga Liquors in
barrel aad pipes. Tobacco in boxes, Leather
In rett aad twxes. Oil in barrets and casks.
Crockeiy and Queensware la crate and
casks. Rice Whiting, Plaster, Sheet Brass
aad Capper, per ISO pounds $1 Si
THIRD CLASS. Axe., Shovels, Spade, Sad
Irons, 2inc and Tin in ptm, Tra Plate, An
vils, ViOre, ea.ks tit Chains and Hoes, Ma
ni.la aad Cotton Crdage, CeaVe, Heavy
Cast toss. Mill Gearing, Carriace Springs
and Axles, Railroad Wheels and Axka,
Chairs aad Spikes, and Kosla la barrels, per
100 pound $1 6!
SPECIAL RAT83 Box. Hats $213
Furniture and Carr-ages txi. J, ai d other
light arttcks n.t eaaanratra; also, U.r-
tvs of Acids or other Cheraicaw, wn be
charged bv actual w.icM. hat at donate
First Cls.s Rates, per leoposans St 76 1 w
OF0KWARDISG AT CILAKLB3TO.V tW. Or
Tne above rates cover all expenses from Jew Terk and
PhHaaVlpMa to Ta.eamhta aad Memphis, when shipped
!C?-Consign year Hoods to Aaent, Soeth CarefiaaR
R..Uharlelen, aad have packages marked careS. C R
ii.. cnarmun. s. u.
nave everr package plaitly marked with cesMtgneeii'
name or tbipiHOg mark. Alw, nave raatxea apoa e
nackaees the Utvot of detiverr. aad the lailtal of the
Read delivering. Alteniten to tats ntatier prevents oe-
lavs aad ansotmlsnraents.
Good by tht route are transaertea win great oupaicn
over tbeSaulh Carolirva, Ueotgia. and esaaeeitng reaas,
brDar aadMjht Express Trains. Shippers may relay
eanAdentty on the dispatch and certainty of tne Charles
Persons sbipMug bv Sail Vessels aad PnpHkrs from
Baltimore. New Tork. Philadelphia and Boeioa, will re
ceive the tali beaent ef any contract they may maxe wiin
th.'se vsseis, and by cun.lgulBg their good to the Agent
South Careihaa Road, they will ne lorwiraeu tree
eramissloa. at 1 he followl. C rale :
ROM CHARLESTON TO TBSCUMBIA. MEMPHIS
First Class, (see Classification
above I per iwpomu 51 J i
Seooad Class, (do. do ) SI DO $1 24
Third Olais, (to de.) $ 57 $1 00
Special rale tor ugat gus.
cer 100 coaad S- 76 5-i iu
Sbasers are geHetally ant ee ernr qakker th.a Pro
pellers, and from two to three dav quicker than Sailing
Vessels, from snr yerc ana rniiaaeipfiia, ana osaer
Eastern ports, to Charleston. And where a lew days of
time is not aa object, from 38 to 40 cents per 100 pounds,
can be saved bv ibtoBtns oa the latter class of Vessels
We are now delivering goods la Nashvhle at I res 9 io
14 days from New Tork, and it will take about 38 hoars
more to ceiiver at uempnts.
FACTS FOR CONSIDERATION
1st. Charleston has subscribed aad paid half a mil
Hon to the NashviU - and Chattanooga, and half a million
to the Memphis and Caarteetea Railroad.
24. Savaaaah, aad roads leadiag to that point, have
lev. sled nothing ia Western Railroads.
31. All thing bring equal, (tune, rates itc ,) the city
and line wbih has contr.boted so largely to the advance
ment of our Road aad the devesapmeat of the resoarces
of our State, sbeaM certainly be patronised in preference
to these that have osniriootra aeimeg.
4lb Northern Traasportatioa Lines have so etaims
nooa Southern people. The Cbarltston Lis is composed
ef Roads, all home Institution," Connecting the great
Father of Water with the Atlantic Seaboard
5th. Overcharges by lal Line will be promptly au
Justed by the AgenU of I bo Memphis and Charleston
The forwarding dep. rtssvat at Charleston is under the
e-rdasive management of the old established hease
E. Lafittc it Oe . whee experience ana znawn repu
t.ilan ior Dremptness, Is a guaranty that the easiness
wHI be well attend, d to aad good promptly dbpalchtd.
Exp-csebl-ls, showing charges to Charleston, wui oe
mailed to CuDstgners.
Reniemo-r ihat gocds by steamers frem ew lore
and Philadelphia are forwarded when consigned aad
marked a directed, free of all charge When snipped by
sailing vessels or propaller, they wdl tefoi warded treeit
cemmlssteas, a-ayage ana wuarxage oaiy csargeu.
Frelehta to ait Stattoss on the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad between S vensn and Tascumbia, are entitled
and wist he charged the same rate as to Tascumbia, and
all points between TBSjazabla aad il mpols,the same
rate as to Mmpois.
The TAt br Caariesh n shall at aH timrs b! as lew a
by Savannah, and all changes wtH be duly announced in
the Mtmphtt papers.
For f either Mformaiien, apply to er a wren
CHAS. W ANDERSON,
Western Agent, Charleston Line,
No. 26 CeHeseStreet, NasvUle, Tenn.
EattTn Agent. Cbarlsioa Lln,
ap3-lf Ao. 195 Broadway, New Terk.
LOOK. TO YOUR INTEREST.
TIIKOUGH TICKETS TO .GllEXADA.
Fare WcAuccA to G SO,
M"eiaT)liis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING tea miles south of Holly Springs, havlm.
I .nlel.t.W TCllM H t R t PlnOt h t . TV. t R...
n.e'asant. and Quickest route by-fitm four to ten ncura
On this route the staging Is but one mile further that
or the Panola route, although the latter la represented V
be but arty-two miles staging and fifteen boo, S throngs
The true distance over t e Panola route Is slxty.Hr
In a few weeks the Mississippi crutrai aatiroaa wui -extended
la the Tallahatchie river, still shortening- th-
staging seven miles less. Travelers win loot 10 men
comfert and pocket, A word to the wise 1 sufficient.
23" For Tieiets or information appiy to aa.ua w. -Arents.al
the Railroad, Slago and Omnibus Ticket Of
fice. CommercUl Hotel. ftbSI-dtr
City Tax Payers.
I -tlTTTAI PATERS are uotifled that tne Tax tioox 101
M theVu'rrenfcorporate year Is now mada out,; and
will be kept at tne emce or tne jtayor. wiki. hi iwu.
Interested are earnestly Invited to call and settle.
Iebl3 JOHN NEWSOM, City Tax Col.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN
OPEN irom Junction with Memphis and Charles !c
Railroad to Meuon, 15 H mites North of Bolivar, and
,evta rail. Souin of jaczrto. Tenn.
PASS ENG R AND MAIL TRAIN leaves Grand June-
lion daily at 10 a. M , or on arrival of morning mall
trim from Memphis, conuctiQl at Medoa with Wssy'a
line of Ccaebes for Nashville cla'JsrkJCQ and Hunting
ton, and by way ot Leilcptcn, ouun, Waynesboro,
Mount Pleasant, and from prmz Hill bv the Tennessee
and Alabanjs Railroad.
Retara.sg, leaves Medon at 1:10 r. u . connectlnz at
Grand Junction with evening mall train into Memphis.
aplS R. P. NEELT. Sup't.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
KToxty Open, to Sardia.
Two Daily Trains each "Way.
FROM and aru-r WEDNESDAT, March 15, 1S3T. the
MAIL TRAIN leave Memphis dady, (3undaysex
cvpted ) at 7' IS a. m , arriving at Sariia at 10-.C4 a. at.
urtonBS. leaves Sardis at 10:35 a. as , and arrives al
Memphis at 1:2 r. it
This Train connects at Sardia with Messrs. J. P. MeAl-
xaader Jt Co s DaUr Line of first class Paat Coaehea fur
Paasb, fieeaada. Canton, Jacksca. and Vic tabors.
The ACCOMMODATION tnt FREIGHT TRAIN feavee
Sarin at 5:3a a. ., arriving at Memthu atlOfU a. at.
Retart iBic. leave Memphis at 2:30 r hi., and arrliea
at Sardu at 7.30 r. a
Passengers are requested lo punhsse tickets before
entering the cars, aad save payment of extra fare.
Baggage checked to aU stations on the Railroad, aad no
baggage will be ixeivtd without being checked. Each
passenger wui be allowed 110 pounds of baggage by Kall-
reaa, asa mi poena ey srage, but no article win be car
ried as baggage that U not Incident to the person of the
la case ef toss, the Cera par y win hold themselves r.
sponsible for as amount net exceeding $50.
Sy-vegroes, wnen iraveimg alone, mast have a permit
nam lag the point to which tbey are to go, and specif, in
that they are to travel by Railroad, or ther win uittu
carried. X. M. PATRICE".
TBteaad Eaeairer. Morning Express. Hernanda
papers, Grenada papers, and the Mtsskslpplan, at Jack
son, copy, ai-d discontinue farmer advertisements.
EAST AND KORTH.
MEMPHIS AIVD CHARLESTON
11 .1 1 1, R O & D
RAILROAD connection t direct from MEMPHIS to
X-w Turk. Phtladephu, Baltimore. Waahinztoa
1 .y Kicbaiond, Charleston, and Savainab.
TUKULGU TICKETS aotd to tne following points:
NashstUe, Chattanooga, Aagasta, Charleston, Wnmtsg
toa, AH tata, Montgomery, Columlus. Ga., Macoa aad
1HHOCGU TO SASUYIIXE IJf 23 HOURS,
ThrouKh Ticket Omee at the Commercial Hot L Mem-
pan. T. an.. P. M. PATTERSON, Agent.
TKXi is always good.
Far as low as y any other flrst-class route.
For Passengers, a nvw rente is now orsn(d to S I sr.
ERN aad ATLANTIC CITIE -, aaaurpaaai m emiit
aad safety direct and expeditssus, with connection sat .
Paista though slave territory, perfect security isesered
far the eeaveyaaee of servant.
For FREIGHT from ew Terk, and ether Eastern cities
ay s earners to Charleston er Savannah, and railway di-
mi ujiruiiu. iw ai.eutHKi i aoatnern aad Western
Merchants is aa.led to this route, bring as cheap and
move expedittnss, than any other
Tbreusti rates and cennectttea established.
Tan ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANT la now !n ennn-
tioe wtlh tats liae.
TheTHROWGHMAILTRAIN leaves MemnhlaDAll.T
at 7 o'etoek a M . (6:45 Memphis time.) connectlnz with
Bastward asd We.tward trains en the Kaihvlhe ,,.i
Chattanooga Railroad, at Stevenson, same day.
Also connects at Grind Junction wtlh the Misslstlppl
Central Railroad to Hotly Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Can-
Also eaaneets at Grand Juactlon Station with Tmnea
see Central Railroad to Bolivar, and Jackson.
Aisoeennects at i-ocanoatas wiin Tri-Weekly Line of
Oaaehes to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and Celumbu
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Memphis
DA1LT lexcept Sundays) at 2:46 r. St.. (2:10 Merar.hu
Use,) fer Juactloa with the Mississippi Central and Ten
nessee Central Rahreads, SoBierville and intermediate
Baggage checked te all stations on the Railroad, and
ne Baxgage will be received without betas checked.
Each passenger wilt be allowed seventy-are pounda of
baggage by Railroad, aad sixty pounds by Stage; but no
article wru ee cameuas oaggage mat is not incident to
the person of the passeager. In case of loss the Com
pany will hoM themselves responsible fer an amount not
Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before en
tering the cars, aad save payment cf extra fare.
Negroes, when traveling alone, must have a permit, na
ming the point to which they are to go, and specifying
that they are to travel by railroad, or they will not be
carried- So tickst wtH be sold them, nor wUl they be re
ceived on the ea-s, unless their owner or agent be present
or known to the ticket Agent and Conductor, or other
perssa to vouch for genuineness of permit.
F. C. ARMS.
General Superintendent, nuntsville. Ala.
sep2I B. ATRFS,
auprriateadeat of Transportation. Memphis. Tenn.
Notice to Owners & Agents of Negroes
TRATELIXO BT THE
Memphis and Charleston Eailroad.
ON and after MARCH 29th, Kegroes traveling alone
on the Cars of thi Company must have a Permit.
specifying they are to travel by Railroad
Their owner or his agent must be present to procure
the Jacket, and to place the Negro abjard the can; r
some p 1 sun, known to the Station Agent or Condnc:ar.
mast vouch fur the gtnuineuns of the Permit.
mar2S-dlm B. ATRE3. Snpt. of Transportation
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York. Philadelphia. &c.
Direct Through Line for the East!
Baltimore and Ohio
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (379
miies.i and to Washington, (400 miles.) and nresenta
the fullest advantages both as a freight aad passenger
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
AUeghtnios; and being solidly constructed, completed
equipped and carefully managed. Is one of the most at
tractive anu sarest jiauivaua iu me cniieu stairs.. yu
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and ZasesvU: to
Wheeling, unites this road with all portions ot the West
The oslt through Ticxets most Mzxruis,
Louisville and St. Locis to the National Me
TROrons, are sold by this road, which runs direct to
Washington without the delay of passing thrcugh Balti
more. It Is also the only lino by which baggage can be
checked to Washiagtoa from the Ohio river.
3By the MAIL route from Memphis, take the mall
steamers, running daily fer Louisville, connecting there
wHh mail steamers or JeCfersonvllle Railroad for Cincin
nati, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars of
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, connect aig there
with Central Ohw Railroad, through Newark and Zane.
TiBe, to Wheeling. By the express train of this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore aad to Washington
1 less than 27 hours.
53-Bo turn to ask for tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
JPassengers from Memphis going East through St
Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. This route lays through Vtacennes, Terra Haute.
Indianapolis, etc., to Wheeling, over the new Ohio and
Mississippi and connnecting Roads. These connections
are all direct, and the time from St. Louts to Baltimore
or Washington Is but about 43 hours. Through Tickets
by this route may he had ot the Agent, under the Plan
ter's House, at the following rates: From St. Louis to
Baltlmere $25; to Washington $26.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior can ot
the Baltimore and OhI Railroad, which leave three times
dally for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New
Tork. Through In 18 or 17 hours. Including stoppages.
Fer safety, speed, regularity, beauty ot the country, and
general comfort, this road la second to none In the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment, or any itaiirosu in tne unites states, and la
prepared to da an Immense business in transrortation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and
In the streets 01 iuitimore wttn the itauroad to PhRadeU
phla aad Sew Tore, steamers er Ericsson ahd Ba.LT I
more Steamship Lines, by Cana! and" Sea to Xew
York, and by new Merchants' ana Jtlners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, itc. For
particulars, see freight tariff, cnp.es of which may be tad
nt tne rorwaruing: nouses iaironeat,croxJ.ii.jrQRj)t
Receiving ana sorwaruma: Axvat at v seeling.
WH. a. WOODSIDB,
Master ot Transportation. Baltimore.
A. T LAVALLETTE,
Jun25-Iy Aseni, 61 Front Row, Memphis.
FAKE REDUCED !
Prom Memphis to Jackson, 83 50.
From aiemphls to XasliTlIle, $19 59.
Yia Jackson, Waynesboro and
CONNECTING near Brownsville with the KemphU
and Ohio Railroad and at Thompson with th Ten
nessee and Alabama Railroad. This la the cheapest rout
to Middle Tennessee, and. travelers are assured that no
pains or expense will be spar ed to render them comtoita.
lie The coaches, horses and. drivers are superior.
Our Hae- connects at Jackson with J. W. Norwood Jk
Co 's line ot four horse post coaches to Nashvllla.
julylS NORWOOD it FORTUNE.
Coal : Coal f
l"T COAL has come at last; wind and bad. weather
iVX has kept it back so long. I received one pair ot
boats, (12,000 barrels.) oat of four pair that I have
tough t, this (Saturday) evening. I shall be at the Red
Office from in is ume out, rrsuy to wait oa my trieaus ana
customers with a large and constant stock ot Coal. I
have-had a supply of Coal on hand for t ha last four and a
half jeat until a short spell the latter part cf. January
'1 wlU now promtvs two thlngi-that I will lay la more
vat and if 1 make a dollar on It I will keen it amcog us
at home. I buy my Coal at the head ot the creek at first
cost. marduS U) THOS. JAMES.