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BY MTLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10,-1857.
VOL. VIII. NO. 44.
. 1 . gseoe
T UHJSBBB BA1LT, TRI-WEKKLYAND "WEEKLY, BT
J NO. B. ht'CLANAHAN, LEONIDAS TROUSDALE,
WM. JL HUTTON, BENJAMIN P. DILL,
. TJXDER THE STYLE AXD riRM Or
.Sl'CLANAHAir, HXTTTON. & CO.,
TC WHOM ALL LETTERS OS BUSINESS, OE OTHER
WISE, SHOULD BE ADDRESSED.
PRICE OF STJBSCRIPTIOJf.
Ditty, to adraaee, per annum ...$10 00
Tri-We-kly, " . " " -.. 5 00
Weekly, " ' 3 oo
3" Weekly iwpcr will be f nrnlsbtd to Ctatt at Tm
as apwards at $t 58 each ; payable larastaMy la ad
ance. ud every Cts to be mate tip at eae efflce.
3" An oK saaseriber sad a new one will be taken to
gether at 1 SO each.
Z3 In Bo ease will the naner be seat to sew iBfeseri-
Den assess xae eraer fer toe saase is alteaded with the
23" AH Bad? Mbscriptteas will 1 cc(Hred da sad
psyaMe be'.f -yearly ta advance.
CJ The tregteg terms wHI be strietly and rlgMly
v. DAILY RATES FOR. ADVERTISING.
Ateftti y Me Appeal or.d Eagle end Enquirer.
Ferefwsaaareef testates orlecc, see ieeerUen...$l 00
For each addtttoaal laertlon at mbm 60
8 tWte oe
15 06; 20 00
9 eajia eajis eajis 7tj 6 so oa
12 eo;i6 09 se ee.st or
30 00, 40 00
It 60jW 09 V M.25 09 31 36
9 8' I
it eoiie eatis eon oo m eem 6wi
J5 00 60 00
fel 0i38 60 35 OOrU sejw 601 70 00
w ee94 M3Z e98 e60 eatas 59 so eo
son? :fa oatis esso 36W7 so 00
m Mta esbs esie o6a 00 at eel
5 06 100 00
3 Om osre, renewaHe weekly, per aaaaai, Ml PO
" " Iwiee a week, " 66 00
X3T Tw saans, reaewaMe weekly, per aaasm, 60 08
" " twice a wk, " 80 09
AD awrerttseaMBts reaaind to be kept oo secead
page, chabscd as SEW EA6R sat. aad on third page,
aa a4nare over stated rate .
t3 AdeertioeaMate directed to be displayed, or set in
large 'ype, coarse ixjuble rates.
S3" Teerly adTrtiers wi 1 be charced extra for eccn
pyvas space over contract, aad when large ttpe is re
q Mrea to ac aseo, or ae adrarliseaMBt kept ea taside of
CJ Tearlr admlieers wiu be charter' extra at rejnslsr
rates for Waats, Bea's, BeraoTals. Copartnership Ko-
ttce. to DoaMtraees, &c
E TRASStEKT ADFERTISISa MUST IE rAIO rOR
X3 No adeertlses-Bt will appear In the Weekly paper'
caSxniu by spec at eostraet.
t3"AdmUwiinntg to be laeerted la the Weekly paper
eaty. or at irnsalar tatervale la either of the papers, will
be charted $t per rsare for eTery iMertiea.
3 AaaoaBcia; candidates for State, Cosnty aBd Ks
Bktpal OSees, $6 oach, to be paid la adeaace la every
t3" AU adrertisesaeats for CharHabie IataUens,
Plre OoaqMBies, Ward, Tswa, aad other PabKc MeeKags,
to be charged hatt price.
tS" Marriaaes and Deaths are pahHshed as news ; bmt
OhRaartTS. Irihate of Respect and FaBeral IaTKaUeos
3 AH Lefftl aad Traasieet A4v?rttsseats wjH be
abarsed by ttemsertiae.
tjT Editorial Notices in Local OotaBS wfil be eharsed
k 0 rat per line.
-T3-To dedoctlon or Tariatfes wiM be aade f ia the
HeCLAKAHAX, BUTTON & OO.
DR. D. F. WRIGHT
HAS restored to Scab's Buildings, oa Adaats street,
opposite tbe Wonham House . apl7-lm
Dr. R. E. L.ASKJ,
LATE StaTPhyssclaa and Di ector of several Hotpttats
is Grmiir, aMaber of diCcreat Medtol SacteaVes
la Xew Tork. has located in the city of Memphis, aad of
fers bh services to the poauc as Physician, Acoaocaer,
aad tor an operatioM la S-rnery.
lj oee oa WatUBftoB street, betweea Main .aad
TTT A. ESMONDS. M D , (late of HaaHBeritte, Ky.l
r V ttoaseaaatasc aad Hiwraaaiatc Jaj" Utaa, u
hi prefessisoal rrioes to the ctiiieas at Meauhes.
H.ifOOMThlc aad Hfsisapaihtc Jajriictaa, nadir 1
atadiMB street. ei to the BteBmc Mm.
aTadifoa street, adjotaiag the Adeocate otBce.
Refers to r6asabs & Trice, J. Tartaa&Sea, w J.
Baric aad W. E. MOtca. BurM-Cn
DRS. MOORMAN & BROWN.
OFFICE oa Adams street, in rear of Joaes, Brows k
Co., ok Maia stresjt. Dr Mwau'i residf t ee
Krhois street, between Taace aad ElltoU streets.
W. G. WEATHERFORD,
COCNSBLOK AT LAW, aad Real Ketate Agent, Napo.
Refer to A. Wright Esq., and Col. R. G. Parse, Mem
pats; Jadae R. L Garatbers, Sapreaie Court; E. G.
Xastasaa, Eat., NathriDe; Major G. A. Henry, Clarks
TUie, Teaa , aad Gen. T. B. Ptoaraoy, Desha Co., Art.
CHAS. D. FONTAINE,
ATTORN BT AT LAW, Pontotoc, Miss., will attend
strictly toaJI profession 1 bashsess which maybe
eatratt-d to him In aay of the Courts of North Missis
slppi. feb!7 ly
J. A. MOON,
ATTORKET AT LAW, General Collecting and LaBd
. Ageats. far the Northern and Eastern Coaaties of
Arkaaoas, DBS ARC, ARK.
E. O. RITES,
AITORNET AND COUNSELOR AT iVW, Memphis,
Team. Oaco In the Pest Oaee BathHag.
All baswu's eatrssted to bis care wW receive prompt
aad faltafal aUeetiea. Col lections promptly mads in the
tsrroaadsssg eoaaUes of West Tennessee, Mississippi and
DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, SR., has returned to his oM
hotaeetead aear Messpbii. and reopesH bis Infirm
ary, aad will remain permanently. He treats the feltew
Bg Chronic Diseases : Cancers. Scroffala, Whl e Swellleg,
Toes jts aad WeM, wttbent Sarglcal operattons . He also
treats all Caroafcc Female diease, S- res ef long standing,
Tetter, RheaauUsm, Syphilis, aad all forms of Mercurial
Dr G. deems It aaaeeess ary tosay mere, as he has Ur
Bg witnesses ef bis saceess from Maine to Oregon,
JAMES M. MURPHY,
Gonornl Tmnd A gezxt.
ILL attead personally to the locating of Swamp Land
Scrip aad Warrants ta tbe Jacksonpert and Helena
IHstriets, setiiag Laad aad paying Taxes.
B Graham, Mespals.TeiiB.; A. S. Haey. Utile Rock;
R. C BrtokVey, MsJ T. Mall, Miss.;
W. M. Folwen, " J. Nertea & Co., N. O.;
F. Laae &. Cm , " J. A. Roasseau, LaGraage,
H. P. CeoHdce. Heiesu,; Teas ;
Myrtie & Moon, " W. E. Baits, Latrreccevffle,
Allen Folk, " Pa ,
C. W. Beard, Jackseaport; Pool & Watson Jacksespart
DR. THOS. KELLER,
LATE ef Tascassbia Alabama, has located permanent
ly is Measphi-:, ad offers his services to the pabtic
la all the branches of his profession He has taken the
o&ee herrtefere eecapted by Dr. Bryan, corner ef Shelby
aad Vatoo streets. Hsriag recently made a carets! and
general selection of Sargical Instrnmeats, he Is prepared
for aU the opevaUoas ef Surgery. ReaideBce on Sfaeiby
street, betweea H ttng and Trezevtnt streets.
R. G.. PAYNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, lean. Orsee in the
Post Oaee Bui'-lBg. Jettereon atteet. sarSl-dly
J. A. ANDERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Offlce In
Walker's Building, ovsr MusSeM's Drag Store,
Male street. Janl0-1y
DR. WM. HEWITT
TTyiLL praot.ee aedidBe, on the principle that there Is
VY Keed is all systems, and Done all saQcieat. OSlce
en JeSbrsea street, la the Past OSee Beliding, second
deer frem the Pest OOce. Restdeace en the comer of
Hersaade aad Blltott streets.
Cel. J. B. Staaton. N. Adams, Eee,., Baywned eenaty.
Rer. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. Madia, Fayette ceaaty.
K. Seraerrille, F P Maella, Esq., Tipton coasty.
J. L Webb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
SMITH P. BANRHEAD,
ATTORN ET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Offlce In the
Pest OSes Bieck, orer Aydlett & Co., third story.
R. F. L.OONEY,
A TTORNET AT LAW. Cfflce ver C. W Cherry k
J Oo.'s . Jasg-tf
B. C. BROWN,
A TTORNET AT LAW, Marion, Ark., practices In
PUMPS, CrttteadeB, Mississippi, Green, Randolph,
Lawrence, IadepeadeiMe, Jackson, Peiasett, St. Francis
aad Vati ro Oaaaties. in Arkansas. octT-dfen
.ED. A. REECHER.
WICKERSHAM &. BEEGHER.
A TTORNETS AT LAW, Mempbii, Tecnefsee f Oface
X A AO. si jeaerwm airet jmini
W. W. WItEATLET..M. A H COS.
Richardson, Whectley & Kiijgs,
A TTORNETS AT LAW Offlce on the corner of Second
aad Oeart streets, Memphis. Tenn. ocll-ly
ATTORKET AND OOUNSELOR AT LAW, Mecrphls,
Turn. Offlce, south side of Court Square, one door
west of Wallace's Auction House, np stairs.
A TTORNET AT LAW, Corlngton, Tenn. All busine n
entrusted to his care will receive prompt attentics.
D T. DUBOSE,
A TTORNET AT .AW, Memphis, Tenn. OOce on east
side ef Main street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to F. TUns, McEwen, Harris k McNeill, J. D.
Wifilams, W. B. MlHer and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
Mocs, Tltti k Co., New Orletm. JiaH-tf
I J5 23 ,
WHOLESALE DEALER XX
BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER FINDINGS,
No. 262 main street,
(UP-STAIRS. OVER LOCKE'S ACCTIONRO0M,)
Oi HAS Je.t received sixty case staple Bota aad
'J Shoes, which will be fold as low ai tbe fame ar
ticle could now be purchased lor East. Also a
lot or cooler Leather, which will be oM Terr
I will par the highest cash prices for Hides, Sheep
skins, Fars. P ltry. Tallow. Beeswax. fcc apso-im
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, ic.
BT late arrrral, we are receipt of all kinds of Boot,
Shoes aad Hat, that are aewaod dedrabie, DaklBg
oae of she largest and best steck of Use eastern-made
work for retad trade to be found la Jtemphis. Prices
wai be low for cash. Call and see.
KICKS. TKRRT & AOTERS0K,
So. 315 Main street,
Eiar25-dlr Opposite Coo.it Sqoare, Memphis.
AT AYHOIiESAIiE !
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
OUR strock In the whilessle depsrtment
is now large and complete to which we re
pectf ally call the attention of Merchants
oalr. Those bayiDC f r cash, or satisfactory pa
per, at short date. wlH Cod It to their interest to giro
us a call before miking their pnrcbstes.
J3 Wboies ale Rooms up stairs.
HICKS, TKRRT fc ANDERSON,
" Xo. 215 Mae street,
sp3-dawly Opposite Oeart Square. Memphis
B. w. MORBI
.9. C. WARD.
MORRIS & WARD,
CAIII DEALERS IX
Poroisn c TJomcstio
I? M I1 6? O O
XIats, Caps. Boots, Shoes, &c,
It O. 295 MAIN STREET,
(Oaa door south of Monroe.)
1. RORO -J. J. JESSY
JAMES BORO is. CO.,
NO. 2 HOWARD'S ROT, MEMPHIS, TENN.
" J. B. SHA11PE,
So. 35 Afsditon-tt., betutcn Front Rev; and ilein,
W"O0LD retpectfony Inform the BMrehaats ef Mem
phis aad sarroonJlng country, that he has perma
aeatly located his AEeecy 1 .-t tbe sale of all grades of Vir
ginia Toeaeca, aad intends to terp conftsntly on has 1a
tarsed frnai the cities of Virginia, where he established
stock eqaal to the demand, at miaafactnrers' prices.
Beiac t attr able to compete with the New Tort. Baltf-
asore, ChBOtnaati aad New Orleans aurketf, "he inrl os
the attsatUan of all dealers in the above artMe to hit
atock before purchasing elsewhere.
pll aa6EB J. B. snASfC.
A S HANCOCK. ...R. O. CLARE... .GEO W. TROTTER.
Late woiiamson k Late Aydlett k Late of Somerrille.
HANCOCK, CLARK. & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, EOPE, BACON, LABD,
PORK, F If OUR,
n Tiitrcs of Rroduoo,
NO. IS FKOXT ROW, MEMPHIS, TZNN.
"XTR. MILTON MCKNIGHT, late ef New Orleans, ha
4VI bsoatne kssecsated with ns In the Grocery and Cosi-
WIT taa flmasMt daliwcfrein the 1st tost Thettyleof
the ana wm aerNner oe uax&, wood x iicK.v WHt
Mesnphls, Feb. 10, 1S67. GATBS & WOOD
S. X. GATES A. 21. WOOD M. M'KMGHT.
GATES, "WOOD & McKNIGHT,
G v o c c r s , 1 v o d u c e
gOJJMISSION M ERCII A NTSj
NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHIr.
AGENTS Harard Powdar Company; CeiUers' White
Lead and Oil Company, St. Louis; for sale of L17
erpeet SaK feb!3-tl6Jnn
ENCOURAGE HOME ISDUSTRT.
HSJBER & WINKELMANN,
Maiu-St., 3d Boor below Union,
ARE prepared to OH all orders In tbe
nouse Carpentering ard Furniture basl
ihss with neatness anddietcb.
Repairing and Vam.shing executed in
tbe best style.
Glr. vs a call.
We warrant all work done in our shop.
S, C. JACOB! & CO.,
(No. 323 Main, bet. Union and Gayo!o-!ts.,)
Importers and Manufacturers ol
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGARS AM) TOBACCO.
CONSTANTLY on hand, a large assortment of the most
favorite brands, at moderate prices,
A. J. "WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
G M O M M ,
AND DEALERS IS ALL XIXDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner ef Slain and Union Sts.,
HAVE always on hand a well and carefully selected
stock ef articles in their line, which they will sell at
the lowest current prices.
X3T Ordsrs promptly filled with dispatch.
J. V. FUSSEIili,
2STO. -1V JbJtri.03Srr ROW,
oc23-tf MEMPHIS, JXEX?f.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
THE highest nisrkct prices paid for roogh and rendered
Tallow, Lard andSoap Grease. nor3-Iy
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
No. G6 Front Roiv,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
Jblortxia'h i S3, Tonn.,
,( KEEPS coastantly on hand, BOOTS and ,
.JPSt'i SHOES, of his own make, also of other
1 iJiJ mmal actoreia. ITe kerps. also. Leather,
Sse and Uaeer. Calf Skins, French and
Americas Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va
lises, ail of which he wl.l sell as cheap as any in this
market. Give him a call before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B. EOREST,
BEAIaEW IX SliAVES,
No. 87 Adams-st, Memphis, Ten..
4nASJast received from North Carolina,-,
twenty-five likely young negroes, to which begp
desires to call the attention of purchasers.
He will be in the regular receipt of negroesl2
from North aad Soath Carolina every month. His Ne
gro Depot is one of he most complete and commodiou
establishment, of the kind in the Southern 'country, a-x
his regulations exact and syst-matlc, deaallness. nent
nessandco-nfert beng strictly observed and enforced
nis aim Is to famish to enstotreri A. I servants r.
fld hands, sound and perfect la- body and mind. Ni
groes taken on commission. Iin2l
. W. RUCKEK,
Siirveyor and Drauglitsman,
OFFERS bis services to tne panic aim win give
prompt attention to any business connected with his
vocation. He may be found at his effice en the wrst
.trie r Main street, south of Union. (Canoran's Build-
lag,) No. 338, unlets absent cn professional business.
J. B Chadwlck, Henry G. Smith,
J. M. Prcrine, Robertson Tepp,
B B. WaddeH, Philip H. Thempjm,
John S. CUybreok. febS-ly
Laths and Shingles.
BOGERT fc WITT are atlll making Laths, asd are al
ways prepared te supply the public with the best ar
ticle at reduced prices. They are al-o racking Shingles,
and will keep a supply constantly on hand. Mill on Wolf
river, above the Bayon. July 18, '58-ly
Clioicc Irish Potatoes
j Q sac" or "lB
No. 6 Moaroe stmt.
MR. O. C . BOONE, late of LoaiSTille, Ky., has become
atsodsted wltb as la the Grocery and Commission
Ilaalness. dsticc from the If t lnslsm.
DXASOiV, NORTEL. L & BOOXE,
Commission & Forwarding Jlcrchaats
Ho. lQlMain-St., Memphis, Tenn
BAGGiKQ, Rope, Jean, Llnseys, anda (eneral stock of
Plantation Supplies ronstantlyvn band apzs
E. M. AFPERSOX....C DELOACH.... DAVID ADASIS
E. M. APPERSON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants
AMD DEALERS IX
BAGtUN G.HOPE, GHOCEEIES, &c,
0. 65rjIO.VrJlOir, and 6 JEFFERS0X-ST ,
TJ ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
X Selling Cotton.
PRATT'S COTTON GINS.
WE are A rents for tbe sale of D. PRATT'S celebrated'
COTTON GINS which have been so f.rorably known for
the last cumber of year. Persons wishing to purchase
are reouested to call and examine thtm. All Gins are
sold under a full guaranty.
mirl&-m Z- M. APPERSON & CO.
TjT Holly Springs, Miss., Times; Grrneda, UUi., Re
publican; Panola, Miss., Star; nuntsvius, Ala., Adro-
cste; Tascumbia, Ala , enquirer; unwusriue, iron,
Journsl, copy six months rid send bUs to this ogee.
A. M. HOPKINS & CO.,
(Successors ta Powell tr Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sep!7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
S. WILDS TERX0X, I
D. C. WILLIAMS, S
Late of Panola, Miss.
J W. A. BRYA!f,
M. N. BRTAIf,
Late of LaGrange, Term.
7EM0N, BETAN & CO.
Cotton Factors, commission ana
No. 6 Front Raw, orer Meacham fc Galbraith'a,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
Selling Cotton. Char-es 60 cents per hale.
XST All cotton sent to us will be covered 3 Insurance,
unlef s otherwise Instructed. auc-J
WARDLAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD,
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
w . . - m
i-oriv.iruillg iiaca tiliisiaan,
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses. Rice. Flour. Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries, generally, a good
stock now on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
r-Cash advances made on Cottons in store for sale or
sMpment. All Cottons insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed, our open roucy of insurance covera au wiwa con
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 aa we hare charged for
years past af tr centa per naie miTv"
.J. M. REID.
B. REID & BRO.,
NO. SS FRONT ROW. MEMPHIS. TENN.
A LL Cotton sent to our address Insured, unless lnstruc-
xA. tioas to me contrary are recciveu. rau
orders Oiled with care. Store and Sell Cottm at nrty
cent, per bale. decl-tmvl7
T Ti ATDLETT.
.. C. DOUOHpRTV,
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
SO. SS GHAYIER-ST., XEVT ORLEANS.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash advances on all C.-tton or other Pro
duce shipped to T. P. Aydlf tt k Co., New Orl'ans.
CUDDY, BE0WN &, GO.,
35 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
CASn advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
consigned as above, by MILES OWEN.
No. 5 Monroe Street, bet. Front How &Main,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
Co-ton and other Produce
Bagging, Rope and Pliit-tlon Supplies tarnished at
lowest market prices. octSS
T. R. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
, K. C. SKIDER,
New Orleans, La.
WALKER & SNIDER,
Cotton JP act or s
No. 123 Canal Street,
Jnlyl8-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
I. L. REASLET A. W.L0TIS8.
BEASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
G- o nor al Grooorsi
NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on hani.
Charges fiftv cents per bale, all other Produce it
usual raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond promtt
r-mltance. All Produce lnsnred; unlets otherwise 11
structed. augZO dawly
T. J. DATIDSOK .J. R. ELLIS A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and Gcieral
Ao. 219 Alain Street, Eatt tide between Jifferttn and
aoobu, Mrnpnu, l enn.
n OPE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
XL band. JanSO-dawtf
I. M. GATES ...A. 21. WOOD.
GATES & WOOD,
COTTON PACTOBS, GBOCEBS,
Produce and General CokhIssIob
No. X Union Street, between llain and Frent Row,
AFTER an active application to bu lines t, tor orer
eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa
tronage 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 In
the dty. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be
made on consignments in store. Insurance oa Cotton or
ether Produce, In store, will only be effected apon actual
Instrnctlsns, or whea under advance. Shipments of
Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be lnsuted while in
transit, with open policy, unless otherwise isstrccted on
the face of bills Isdlng.
To all our friends who hare so liberally patronized cs
during yeara past, we shall offer the same Inducements as
heretofore for a continuance of their patronage.
JunlX-dawIr GATES fc WOOD.
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAYIXGS BASK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
No. 26 Madison Street.
THIS Institution, hiring 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 U. POUTE, JYtl'f.
C. J. SELDBN, E, M. AVERT. CciMer.
By the charter, married women and children aay de
posit all sums oi 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 Tors and New Orleans. Collections made
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 7th, 1858. ly
A FEW bushels trash Pumpkin Seed, for sale by
ap WARD k JONES.
"WALKER & BROTHERS,
No. 79 Front Bow,
nilNOFACTBRERS OF CLOTHIKC,
AKD WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
STAPLE AND FANCY
Bvv Goods, Boots to Suoes,
AKE jn,t receiving and t pealng a splendid aisortment
of Spricg and Summer Goo.li, to which they call the
e,ptal.tt.ntloa of OmW"w-
ders. Our facilities are
" . rrriV" '
to undersell a good many,
Please call and sts.
ISAAC KETILL ccKnlBOBTAai.
NEVILL & CUNNINGHAM,
-r-n a TTTC T TJ RT TV. Q i"' altI". Rl . t the firm of Shepherd k Mc
DEALEKb IX OliA VliO, CnsmJu Tupper, Esq., Msit.r In Equity; Hoa. W,
... . ....... - . I J. Orar, on. Ex-Collector and Ev.ls n . rrh..i..i.n t
Xo. 174 llaln Street, throe aoors nana ciiaaics.
at WE have
gt and will k
ply of llkel;
and girls, 1
wr hare thirty five likely Negroes for ssle.
ill keep constantly oa hand a goxj sup-
Ilkely Negroes, corsi-ung oi tiei, uoj-
field bands ana nouie serrsnia
tt which will bi sold on reasonable terms, and folly guar-
'"wcwl'l also Board and Sell Negroes, on commission.
belnt well prorHe d for that business. ap-io-oawjy
PHILIPS & WHITE'S
No. 233 Main Street.
WElnrlteatUntlentoouriargesiocs 01 sprinj aaa
Summer Goods, which we are selling and intend to
sell cheap for cash.
PHILIPS fc WHITE.
T. P. PEESC0TT & CO ,
SOAP AND CANDLES,
Foot of Jefferson Street,
tttk also keep on hand cotton skeu uil, wnicn we
en.rantr tn answer an purposes for wmcn Lara
nr. 1..M MrllAMt.i f rtm -nTnnf.nt ftlft... I
ij.rdOUff prr-crar cvirorjcr tnaa
Soriiisr and suininer
G O O D S . .
THE subscriber Ukes plrsture m announcing to nis
friends and the public genera 1, th.t he has Just
penet-Jils large ana carernuy seieciea io 01 oiAru
and FANCT GOODS sn'td to (ha Spring and Summer
seasons, which are en sale low to rash or prompt paying
customers. For the ladies Eugenia, Marsarette, Gren
adine. Organny, B rage and Muslin Robes; beautiful
plain and fancy eoultite Lot, urganaies, lawns, uersges,
Mssllns, Glngbsms and Prints; rich Lace, Silk, and
andclhcr Laces; F lnges, Jubbous, Sress Trimmings,
Glores, Hoiry, Skirts of all kinds, Ladles' umbrellas
aad Parasols, etc.
A large lot of iteaar-Siaaa clouting, iiioiaa, vaaunercv.
Boots. Shoes, lists. Osnaburgi, bleached and Crown
Shi tlnss aod Sheetings. Linens. Linen uruis, uotton.
ades, and in a ward every thing in the dry goods line.
Coantrv Merchants are offtred great Inducements
Call and examine my stock. No charge for .bowing
goods . AO. BLAIR,
ap9-tf jio. stun ureo-. west awe,
V JTeReiajrc 9 9
JLA.sjX0U VJLU m vsy-aa7 O)
s ttF are now1 In receipt of a large portion of our beau-
Y V tlful and magnificent Spring stocg or
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
Constating In part of
BERAGE and ORG ANDES ROBES,
LACES, of every variety.
EXQUISITE LACE . SETTS and EMBRO'DERIES, Of
every aescripiwD auisicsi .ijic.
- . . . . . ...... . 1 .
A general and comp e.e assortment or naniers- uooos;
Gents fTotbs; Plain and Fancy Csilmeres and Testings,
of the mot approved patterns; Men ana coys' arnisn
ing Goods ; Hats, Caps, Boots and Sboes ; Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet Bsgs, usrpeting ana aiaittug: ana in aaai
s, Carpet usgs, usrpeitng anajaaiiing, sun ia aum-
n, all articles usnally kept In our line.'AU of which
we nrooose selling very low for cash
Give us a call, and we pledge ourselves you shall hare
rand Goods, and at the lowest msrkel prices.
March 13 mrc cc onus
aToHTorra on Stroot,
In the home occupied formerly by Mr Thompton,
HAS lust raturred vltn the finest and best
stock of tents' ana laeiea- boots ana aunts,
wh en, being selected expressly for this market.
be warrants for aaranmiy ana late aiyie.
At tbe same time, be te ders his thanks to his old pa
troll for past tarors, and hopes for s libera) patronage In
the new st.nd Just removed to, where he will be always
ready to attend to any work In his line at the earliest no
tice. An early cams sjuciwa.
lp8-3m W3a. RlLLaa
jif-Bulletln please copy.
A. VACCARO & CO.,
rUfUlKU itUU AULUCOi.1U AJllUVPXD,
Wines. Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 298 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Slaimtreet, next door to Odd FtUowf BaO,
T-iTpr; v t.-ptt t XKT
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
-imtMiriAia. Surelcal Instruments. Fancy Goods,
U Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies ana wines.
X3" Every article sold by us warranted as represented.
sueject to oe remmea oar ciycuw. jmj-w
E. BREATH ETT.
.1. R. STOKER.
L THOMPSON & CO.,
(SVCCESSORS TO E. R. RACIKE,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Vine Brandies, Wines,
Havana Clg ar s .
AK THE riKEST QUALITY Or
JEFFERSON STREET, (Breathett fc Stoner's Building,)
Between Malu and Second.
XCST RECEIVED Brandies, Henry Monnle fc Co., 1810;
J Old Cutlllon, 1815 : Old Lamonde, 1820;
Old Rochell, an 1 dlff-rent brandings.
Wines, Champagne and Clare t;
Old South side Maderla, Topaz Sherry;
Champagne, Fleur de Bougy, Crlam do;
Crceent, Ollrler Ol Cbampertln Bergundy;
Old Vleux Caps Sparkling Bergnndy ;
Clarets, Cbslaux Margeaux, Latour Glass Slopirl
Ladle, St. Estpbe. and other brands, too nsmtroui
Scotch Ale, London Porter ;
Fancy Groceries, kc, kc feb25-d6m
J" Holly Springs Democrat copy three months, and
send bill to this offlce for collection.
PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSE.
Factors, "t.Xno KTotico.
rpnK nntoslgned hiving leased the spacious Cotton
X farehouie, corner of Monroe, and Third streets,
litelroccnubdbr Messrs. Chaoman fc Co.. aresrepared
to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and Merchandise
generally, upon farorania terms.
feb3-6m W. R. GUNNIS k CO.
FOR SALE BT
Rob't. M. Balis
15 Sycamorc-sr.. Cincinnati, O.
H. G. McCOMAS,
Commission & Forwarding Merclait, 55
NO. IS STCAM0RE STREET, CINCINATI, OHIO.
ice: ice: ice:
TT AVISO completed our MAMMOTH ICE HOUSE oa
i i Beal street, near the corner of Shelby, ws, are now
prepared to fnralsh our friends and customers wlth ICE
at ONE CENT PER POUND. All brders for packing win
be promptly and carefully attended to la all reasons of
the year at lowest ra'es.
The community may depend upon oar scrolling them
wi'h Ics at the above rale. It is our lntestloa to keep
price, within mesas of the poor as well as rich.
j-Ail orarrs left at the waari-Boat, it tbe Mam
moth Ice Hous, or al ; Barnett k Walkert, (IM Mala I
street,) will be promptly fllled. I
a. LA w TON, C. hf. BREAKER.
iTomeriy of Lawtonville, a. 0 Of Charleston, S. 0,
LAWT0N & CO.,
upland and Sea Island
COTTON AND BICE FACTOR
I i ax axd BOICE k CO.'S WHaRF,
CUARLESTO.'v, S C.
TryJUrti Cotton. Rice. Flour. Wheat. Corn. Naval
Harlag an experience of twenty fire rears lnhtulneat
we guarantee aatiifctir.n to ti ska ..1.1.. n.
I . ' sivca u 11c rorwaruiug
nErEREcEi-Hon. r. d.
h. snepberd. Kso . of the r.rm Br sh.nh.M a vr.
t. Rer. H D. Duncan, Gen. L. U Ayt r, Barnwell, S.
. ui,u,. aarijoajQ, 4 auge t aiocra. ueorgia. E.
u. Jaudon. Kaa.. Dr. R fl V... vma. Tn,v,
ho. n j- vane, Memphis, Tenn,
SUHI. MT 1 rnrrii n Ttro s, en
Gtntral Jgentt to Buy, Sell and. Locate Zand
I it,. I r? . rjj,
Q ARTICULAR attention is paid to the selection of
a. tuiiun i-LANrATiUKS rom the latersal Im
prorement and Chickasaw Schsol Lands.
'Several yeara experience enables them to give saUafao-
iion. irrms easy.
Address "Pleasant Ifoant, Panola county, MlM."
C. N. AVEEILL,
KeceiTin.', Forwarding and CornmtosJon
(SUCCESSOR TO T. STEKH0C1E k CO.,)
NOT 4 HATNE STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. 0,
REFERENCES John Caldwell, President S. 0. R. R.,
Columbia. S C.l Col. J. A. Whltesldes. acd H. W.
M attentate, Chattanooga, Tenn; GrrfW. Williams k
Co., Charleston. S 0.; Chss. N. Anderson, General
Agent. Nailiville, Tenn.; Wm. Tajlcr k Co., Montgum-
Particular attention glren to the SETTLEMENT of
FREIGHTS, and for lost and damaged Goods br Teasels.
1 ap.u uiy
I XjV U J.O V aJjIJXU i?AiHttl MlLil
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
XEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP Alili KINDS,
1 qk i 1 lUUin-aireei, aL,OU18Vll!e, hT.
SITZOERALD...CHAS. C. BILL. .J. WOODWO&TH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Sueeeuon to Park, Simpton Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
& FORWARDING MERCHANTS
No. 92 Front Bowy Memphis,
C. r. M- KOLAKD 4. 1. HUET.
NOIiAIVD & CO.,
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
REFER TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen and Capt.
jCharley Church. feb7-tt
Q-News, Enaulrw aad Fpwlkrs Rxpress copy US
B, W. ALEXANDER
...... ......R. J. LAKSIKO,
N03. 63 AND 63 LOCUST STREET,
t3exxt XjouIs, 2WXo.
RE FEJtE XCES.
J. J. Korphy, Memphis; Cook k Co., Memphis;
Barnett fc Walker, " Todd k Goyer, "
Charles Poltet, feb5-6a
BRADY & DAVIES,
rAAfnio.-tni' ainnnii iiwo
GENERAL tOMSHSSlON MERCHANTS,
us it lis atitctj A.UUISVllse, aa.y.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope, Bag
glng, Jeans, Llnstys, kc. Jan23-ly
A. O. SMITH. ...B. r. ODTHRIE....OEO. 1. ROWLAXD.
SMI1II, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AKD AOEKTS TOR THE SALE OP
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
Xo. 564 Slain Street, betweea Second and Third,
Janlg-ly LOUISYILLK, KT.
C. II. BARVET . R. . IlllrlT
CT. M. H.ARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAYIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
will be given to the Sale or
Forwarding of Goods er,
Produce consigned to our
address. We will contract Freleht on the
above isrre-shlpment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We hare had several yeara' experience In our mirket
In the purchasing of Staplea snd assorted Merchandise.
REFER TO Cook fc Co., J. C. Grifflng fc Bro , Speed
a. strange, uannaa cs anauxs. deciSly
a (foam alomtis, r-
ICE CREAM SALOOJS!
BEGS lesve to inform the Ladles and Gentlemen of
Memphis and Its vicinity thst he has now otxned
his newly fl-ted np ICE CREAM SALOON, in his new
brick building on Madison street, where he will be pleased
to are m o n customers, ana .nepuDiic in general.
tS Always on hand, every variety of Confectioneries
He will also furnish Wedding Parties and Balls at the
Shortest notice. JOSEPn SPECHT.
WORSHAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancv Candies.
Adams Street, under the Wor-
KEEPS 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. Pickles. Cordials. Srruns. fine Wines. Brandies, all
kinds Nuts, kc.
in connection with this establishment, I hare fitted up
ICE CREAM SALOUN,
For tbe accommodation of citizens and the rlaltlngpnbUe.
mys-aiiiBnoT 3. P. BRICHETTO.
Corner of Main and Adams street.
THIS House Is situated In the centre of business, six"
la now finished and In complete order. The Pronrietor
pledges himself It shall not be surpassed by any House In
Being grateful for the Terr liberal natronafe beitaweL
on him for the last two years, he hopes by a street atteo
iion i. soilness to merit a continuance of the same.
0C7.tr J. J. WORSHAM. PTborietor
JYetv Restaurant :
ON UNION STREET.
THE subscriber respectfully Informs his old friends and
all the public, that he has opened a new Restau
rant on Union street, where he Is prepared to furnish
the best Tiaads that can be found la the market, served
in the best Parisian styles, Oysters, Gsme, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish. Birds In fact. evei-.tMnf.nitM
I to the finest and most delicate epicurean taste.
wive swsau l nave tlx different rooms for the ac
commodation of Private Parties. I will not be outdone
In any branch connected with ay business.
iensu-u aUS. DEMPBRWOD.
TXTE hare In store and are coastantly receiving the
V most celebrated breads of TOBACCO from Virginia,
Trotter's Rough and Ready Twist ;
Walker fc Co.'i " "
Holland'. Extra Pancake;
Mohican, pounds j Whit Tunstan.ponads;
Pocahontas " Emma Adams "
Bigg H John's
Parkins " Sstherlln's "
Persian Smoking Tobacco.
SEABROOr fc Rinensr
feb2!-m Madison at net, two doors from Main.
THS public are hereby forewarned front trading for a
cot drawn by tne and cavabls to the order e w n
Edwards, foe the ima nt ei mo aa i.r i ,
The note was lost accidentally this day, asd I wUt not pay
It but at ths extent of th law. mopay
enzi-tw n vmva
NE -MILLINERY GOODS,
At No. 8 Court Street,
- BETWEEN MAIN STREET AND FRONT ROW.
HAS J tut returned with her stock of Spring and Sum
mer Millinery, and will open on FRIDAT, ths J7th
- ., w.wiug ju part 01
Fine French Flos era;
Fine French Wreaths ;
Ladles' and Misses Bonnets ;
Ribbons, Dress Hats;
Lacs and Edgings;
Abu a zeneai assortment r. uniirM r irvt.
fnni anaiwaiu ricmtty are respectfully Invited to
call and examine fcr themselrss.
EMPORIUM OF FASmOIV,
... uiAia aintut.i,ii&ia.i?Hl3,TENN.
1- .. rece,Tloe na opewng. for tbe,--Ts
inspection of he ladles, one of the mostxR .1)
faahlonab s atocka nf Vr-nrs umtn..
FaLcy Dry Goods erer brought to this dty. Also, a iery
, nc uujurucujar attention to onr
Consisting of all styles of French Bonnets. Leghorn, Enz
3,V'. ?!? OIP.l-,r.ower.
i." V;;r. " V ."-u.u uouars wortnof fine French
f.. nti!?, TfJM,aiiBPBre, Honl on, Point Lace
Embroidered 5ilk Mantillas.
iS". n"; Drt"Jrlmmlngs of all styles ; Parasols,
Fans, Glmpure Laces, ke. '
Also at the Emcari Mm n f V . .i fnr. TW.. r .11.-
Making done, guarantjlng satUfaetton aa to t,U aad
..M5Sfst'.'!rT,oahlnJ' lad PrampUy
n 1 5f k mc,t "P8l'7 Inrited to
our gooua oerorr purcnas ng elsewhere.
, am LMAN k CO.,
P" 99 Mala street, Memphis, Tenn.
VjE if stock:
THE subscriber would respectfully an
nounce to the ladies of Memphis and sar
roundlng country, that he la now opening a
complete fresh .tock of PARIS MILLINERT.
FANCT DRT GOOD3, LACES. EMBROID
ERIES ard a seneral aaaurtment ne T. anrpa
FANCT GOODS, which he is prepared to seU at the
very lowest prices for cssh.
All kinds of MILLINERT made to order at the shortest
xi1- , WM. 8ILBERBEBG,
No. S00 Main atreet, third door above Lehman's Dn
lar.laftou ttplt (6tr.
NE HUNDRED barrels Mess Pork, for ssle by
HAJ.COCK, CLARE k CO.
FORTT THOUSAND pounds Rulk Pork, for sale by
mar!7 HANCOCK:. CLARC A rn.
TEN tierces Mitchell, Guthrie k Co.. Hsms ;
10 tierces SUgg k Shay. Ultra Hams, for sale by
UAH LUCK. CLARK k CO.
rvNK HUNDRED AND FIFTT bbis
11 ess Pork, far
vy sals by
HANCOCK, CLARK k CO
ONE HUNDRED bcxes and half boxes Suda Ci ackers,
-or sale by HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
FlFt-T bhda. Sugars, for salebv
nrI7 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bMs. Whisky, fo. sale
by . marl7. HANCOCK.CLARK k CO.
THREE HUNDRED kegs No 1 Leaf LarU. forsaleb)
marl7 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bags Coffee, for sale by
marl? HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
TJ1IVR casks Shoulders, for sale by
J mat-19 HANCOCK. CLARKfc CO.
TEN casks Plain Hams, received and for sale by
marU HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
QETENTT-FIVK boxes Search, for sale by
HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
"VTEW BACON 60,000 pounds Tennessee Bacon, fci
JL! sale by maris HANCOCK, CLARK k CO,
IFTT-ONB boxes auarfFlasks. fe sale bv "
mar is nANCOCK. CLARK fc CO.
rpWENTT-FlYK eaaki Clear Sid. Bacon;
JL 25 csita plain Hams;
25 caaka Shoulders For sale by
mirtl HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
OUR HUNDRED bbis. Flour, for sale sy
1 aifl7 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
TWENTT-FIVE kegs Golden Syrup, for sal by
marl7 nANCOCK. CLARK fc CO.
THREE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Laid;
10 barrela do. For sale by
mirJl HANCOCK. CLARK, k CO.
I rjn BBLS and half bWs. Harris' II Ale;
1UU M casks quarts aad pints Loudon Porter;
lOr dozen Hostetters Strm.ch Bitters ;
ISO bbis. Dextets snd V Ickens Whisky;
200 bbs. Hirrlan's Ohio Flour ;
25 casks Bacon Sides, Hams, and Shoulders;
60 bbis. Mackerel. 0 kits Mackerel;
75 dczn Cove Oysb-rs ;
CO gross Gsrrett's Soaff. bottles ard papers;
200 boxes Stsr Candles, SO d.zen Btooma ;
60 coils Manilla. Rope, all sizes ;
76 ioies Virginia Tobacco ;
25 box's Soda Crackers, 2 bbis. p:c-Nle Crackers;
60 boxes Lemon Syrup, 25 b-iies Smoking Tobacco ;
25 boxes Pie F nit. 25 boxes Starch ;
60 boxes Pickles, 25 boxes Cstsup
ALSO, Sugar. CoflVe Molasses, Tea. Oranges, Lemons,
Figs, Rtlfln-, Almonds, Pecans, English Walnuts, Fil
berts, Sardines, kc For sale by
ap7S J.F FRANC No. IS Front Row.
inn BAGS RIo CoSee, Jast received and for sale low
A W to
i the ttadeby
No. 23 Front Row.
(C HHD3. Sugar, Just received and for sale lowLo
X0 th trade, by
D0UGHERTT k ATDLETT,
aplS No. 23 Front Row.
QS BOIES assorted Pickles;
25 boxes fine old C. Brandy ;
25 boxes Table Salt ; Jast received acd for sale low
to the trade by DoUGHERTT fc ATDLETT,
aplS No. 23 Froat Fow.
SEVENTT-FIVE barrels Dean's Whisky, for sale to
dose account by
apU -dim J. B0TD fc CO.
T WE NTT-FIVE barrels, per steambo.t Gleadale, In
store and lor sale by
apls-dlra J. BOTH fc CO.
BLACKBERRT BRANDT on ilrf t :
Cherry " "
Grape Brandy Ama Mentfer.
apli-dlm J. BOTD fc CO
SUCH as will stssd the test of Judges, Tlx. :
Superior old Bonn cn :
No. I old Mooontshels ;
Pare Kentucky Bourbon,
apli-dlm . J BOTD fc CO.
RECEIVED by recent mportations :
Brsndl'S of every variety;
Holland Ola, pure and senulne;
Pare Jamaica Rum, guarantied;
Port Wine, pure London Dock;
Sherry and Mad.lra Wines.
apU-dlm J BOTD fc CO . 170 Maln-st.
"VKE hundred thousand CIGARS, Just received and fgi
j ssie oy
J. BOTD k CO.
S. B. WILLIAMSON,
(Sueceuor to WUliamton 4 Hancock,)
FINE WINES, BEANDIES,
Havana Cigars &c.
NO. IS FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Eeceived this Day,
r 1 1 tutu neaa rou ,
60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
25 tierces sugar-CsrM Sams ;
20 kegs Shot, assorted sixes)
100 eM Whisky.
All of which we will sell chssp for ash at N. 19
Froat Row, Memphis.
July I a. B. WILLIAMSON.
THE subscribers keep oa hand the following articles,
which they warrant to be of first quality, and for
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
B. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture;
Bacon, hog-round I
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco ;
8ugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead;
Brandies aad Wines, superior article J
Lime, Cement aad Plaster Paris ;
Together with a generil assortment of all articles usn
ally kept la a Grocery store.
GWTNNK k GIBSON,
Jcly2 No. 1 aad 2 Exchaage BnUdlag.
A. STKEET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OP
RAILROAD CARS. CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
attgll MXMFHIS, TKM.f.
P- SI'ALEXASDER ...J. T. CIHDCSTER
i. S NORWOOD.
M'ALEXANDGR & CO.'S
iAVI HQ purchased the Omnlbos Line for
merly owned by F etcher fc Keck, we sre open
for the Sorlnc bnalnea. r. mnK..
-Cnnr flrra are all known to th. ritlr.r,. ne v
biun Ctty aad tbe sarroundlng country.
From oar experience la eablie tm.in. w. e.i
dent that we are qualifll to carry out the enterprise In
which we image. Girt us a trial; we win endeavor to
We shall have new omnlbuea. en t.7n, m
iteady drivers aad accemsnodatlBgageuts. '
Q- Oaee at the General Railroad, Stage and Omnibus
Agency, at the Wursham House, where tickets nay be
procn ed at all times.
BITS m MCALEXANDER k CO.
SIXTY MILES THE SHORTEST
Mississippi und Tennessee
Grenada and Intrmediatp Points.
JF. MCALEXANDER & CO.'S
DalLT USE OF
POTJB HOBSE POST COACHES,
XT' ROM Memphis to Gncada. In connection with the
A. aflssualppt and Teases ee Ratlroa'L a distance of one
hundred and fire miie fifty miles rallnad, atl but one
change 01 baggage. Time through, thirteen boars.
Mew Cos. b s, fine teams and cref afrit 1 vera, and time
and mosey saved no mistake.
Jj-For Tickets, and all ds red lafsrmatien, apply to
our agent, at tbe General Railroad, Stage aad Umnlbus
umo-, at tbe wor.&im ue"se.
my6-3ai J P MCALEXANDER k CO.
WASHINGTON, ARK., TEXAS. &C.
STAGE leaves Gaiter's Landing, Ark., (Mississippi
rlvtr.) MO.NDATS. WEI'NESDATS. and r-KIDATS,
at 6 a M., and arrives in ' WarhtBgton in flity hoars
Far. $18. WashiBgton passeage- save the preference
of seat. Passing through M cUcello, Warren, Hamp
ton and Camden connecting at Camden wi h Stage lines
to R dorado and to HoiSpitngs via Princeton, Tulip aad
Connecting at WashiBgton with vines to CIaikJ!lle,
Texas, Shreveport. Louisiana, aad Little Rock, Aik.
The road through the Ml'sissipci bottrm Is greatly Im
proved and mssey has been appropriated from the In
tertill Improvement and other fends which gaarantles
that It wi 1 be made equal to any other tortlon of he roaii
this summer. H3t OAN k CO , Proprietors.
Beldmo & STOKE. Agents,
ap29-datwlm GasUr'a Landing.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
Uy Wnilroad rrouv Cairo
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Bonn, without Break
of Guage or Change of Cart or Baggage
BRANCH FROM CENTRtLIA IS NOW FINISHED,
Thus abort euing the lime to sixteen hours ta Chicago.
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
leaving tbe same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New York, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities Only two change of Cara from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
four frem Cilro to New York. Tin, from Cslre to New
Tori, forty-nine hoars. Fare aa low. and comfort a-reit-
er, thin by any other route. Passengers tnreagh are
KOT subjected to the delays conseqeeat te tbe frequent
changes by ahortjines of Railroads through Indiana asd
Ohio, to the East ana North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dan kirk, and the East, with Lake
anoreuauroaa ana ateamera for Kactne, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, kc, and with a splendid Line of First Claae
SUamtrs for Saalt St Marie, Lake Superior, Colling
wood. Toronto, kc.
"rains leave Cairo Every Morning and Zveaisg as fol
6:85 a.m., Chicago and Bunlelth Express, Sundays
This Train conaecta at Chicago with New Tork Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New Tork Central Railroads, thr-ugh lc thlrty-oae hours.
This Train also connects at Saadorai with OSilo and
Mississippi RiUruad ur St. Louis and Viecennes; at
Pana, with Trains tt the Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Loais Railroad, far IadianapoUs. LeaisTiUe and Cincin
nati; icueeaiar, wita Mam Line Express for Galeae
Dunleitk; the latter connecting with Trains to oprlng
fietd, Naples, Rock Island. Burlington aad Quiacy.
6:10 r. M., New Turk Express, Saturdays excested.
Stepping only at Important Stations, except en Signal,
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur U,
usnieitn, ana arming at Chicago at 2 r. M.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will find at Dub
leitb, steamers of the Dunleith and MmnesoU Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse. Redwing. St. Paul. fcc. Passenser.
for Jintsrille aad Central and Eastern Wisest. in, con-
nectat .trcepori wun Trains to itetoit ana janesruic, ant.
from thence to Madisua and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. The Maps and Charts Indicating the Great Central
Route to the North and Ea.t are an exact transcript of
Colton's Map of the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as well as the ruining
time cards of the connecting Reads, and Judge for them
selves as to the correctness of the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler,
a. well as the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North and East, which surpass those of
any other route whatever. The accommodation! fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
eling public, th permanency of the road and structure,
the strength and elegance of the Engines and Cars, com
uenJ themselves to those who desire la traveling speed,
comfort ana tafety. State rooms secured on all packets.
TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege
of laying over at aay point, can be had at Memnhls.
No. IS Jefferson street.
WILLIAM MORIN, Agent,
tnnt-1. WmDhls. TVnc
WEIil.EK & ERWUV.
ABD LUMBER YARD,
Overton ttreet, near the ileaphlt and Ohio Depot,
KEEP for sale and make to order Doors, Bllsds, Sish,
Mantles, frames. Mouldings ana everything tn that
line, of the bet materials aad workmanship. They are
also prepared to do all kinds of Sawing and Planing for
the trade, and to erect bnl dlnga of every description; to
shelve aod fit op stores, and other Jobbing.
Having procured snltabt. mscblnrry they will roon be
enabled to manufacture PACKING BOIES of all kinds,
cheaper and better than ever before made In the ctty.
Shingles White Pine and other Lumber for sale, dressed
53" Orders from the country promptly attended to.
C. R MOOnt........J HALSTEAD R RAKKS.
STAR PLANING MILL,
1)00 basa and Blind Alanufactory,
SECOND STREET, SOUTH OF UNION,
FLOORING, Westberboards, Doora, Ssh, Blinds, Door
and Wlnd.w Frames and Casiags, Mantles, Mould
Ings, Co-nice. Ceiling, Laitl e Work, Baseboards, Turn
ing. Scroll Work. Shelving, Boxes, kc, snd every de
scriptisa of Building Material, dressed and undressed,
al ays on band aad made to order.
MUOKK. 1IALSTSAD & CO.
X. B The highest cash price paid for all kind- of
Lumber. mvl ly
THE undersigned bave opened a Carriage Factory en
Second street, btwen Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture aad Re
pair Carriages at tbe shortest notice. Alt work done by
them will be guarantied, and a shsre of public patronage
Jinl-ly L. S. BURR k CO.
i. M. WISWELL k CO.
TI1IS extensive establishment continues
at the oM stand on Untax nrf, bet via
M sin and Second, where mayb found a
Teryflne assortment ef Carriages. Bug
gies Rockaways ic. of th.irowa nunufactnre Tbey
take this mrthed of returning thanks for past favors,
and invite thus shlng to buy to examine Uvelr atock
before pnrchismg elsewhere apl7 ly
J & A. WOODRUFF,
Nos. 3 & 4 Exchange Bnildings,
CONSTANTLY on hand a large assort
ment of CARRIAGES, from the best
manufactories, In the United States.
Csrriages built to order ltd work fullr
guarantied. Alt kinds of Repairing done with neatne.i
and dispatch by
sp30 Cm J. fc A WOODRUFF.
C. C. MAYD WELL'S
rtrta itCiinuvcij iu
Adams Street, bet. Main and 2d,
WHERE caa be found alt description of Grave Work,
which will be furnished as cheap as tt can be got
in any maiket West. Also, Building Work done at short
It Is to the Interest of all persoo wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis instead of purchas
ing from Ageats, as the Maaufactora have to aoaj me
twenty per cent, that is paid Agents to the work sold by
them. Southerners, took to your Interest.
dtO-dswtm 0. 0. MAYD WELL.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN
OPEN from Junction with M.mphis and Chariejtcr
Rallroad ta iletcn. IE H miles North of Bolivar, and
eieven mile. S-mlb of Jacket. Tenn.
PAsSENGsR AND MAIL TRAIN leaves O'and Junc
iton daily at 10 a at , or on arrival of morning mail
train from Memphis, connciinr at .MedOu with W,lys
lias of Ccacbes lorNashriUe Vld Jarksoo and HunUeg
toa, and br war of Leiisatdxi. n-irr-1 1...
Mount Pleasant, and from spring- UUI by the TtosessM
and Alsbaa.a Railroad.
Retara.ng, leaves Medon at 1:40 r. it-, cennecttogat
Grand Jsncilen with evenisc ""H tv.fn Isrn V ...... 1 . 1 .
arrivleg at 7:45 '
115 R. P. NEELT Ssp't.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
a wo .Daily Trains each.
. rSCVT)ATt VTmrrrn .
FR.?1..,0, Mt r WEDNESDAY March 25 1S57 tb
cepted ) ,t 7 15 a. M , arriving .t Sardis at I0-C5 a i
.srr1 " 10:35 x--d
Panola, Oreo i.l, Canbn, J.tWn iljviv.w
Tbe ACCOMMODATION MaTTS AUt leave
Sanili at &30 a. m., srriviag at MemX T?
Ra?g.ge checked to ill .tatiraVea .LTVf?, ." ...
bagg.se wui be r ceiv.d ,lnt beg AS
In case of loss, th Ceapary wHl hc1 themiel.
spooMWe for aa amoanVnoi eteVjio V
iJ egrora, whea trareUsx aJooe meat t... . r . . ..
y"T- Voralag T'do
EAST AND NORTH.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
TJAILROAD connection, direct from MEMPHIS t.
Vr, o T . .-. v "-" iiuaa.iLaiti.
.uoukuu aii.&.a.is awd to tfie feUewiar unu.
Na.hvUie.Chit-anw.E. Aairu.t. r.tZC. t-??U
sfvanf it0t;cm'rT' G. .i.rTiI
1HKOCGH TO JTASUVIIXE IS US HOURS,
Throash Ticket OSoe at ike ij.mmal.l rr . .
pbl.. Tenn.. P M PATTERSON. Axett J'"a"
Tick Is always gsod.
Fare as I.w as uy any other arst-elass route.
For Passengers, a n.-w rent. i. 7"
EHN ud ATLANTIC ClUK ll.Z't
and safety-direct aad expeditious, w,t a ejaectinlta
Pa.HE.hogh slave UrriUry, perfect Ll
tor the eoBrey.Bc- of servant. t.aerd
F.r FREKSHT from -New Tori, aadother Eastern east,
by a earners to Ch.neMea or Sivaaaah. .S rVfcw'
rm uM.rapt,is. lb. aueatte-. of SoWhernaad "wJ
Merihaats Is .. led f this roale, besag c" ,"j
mere rxoeditiees, than aay other M
Threaga rues aod o.BBecti s estabitatuKi
TbeADAMtiKIPRESS COMPANYulew la coaaee
tkm with i bit line M cooaee-
The THROfGH MAILTRAIN leaves MeaU D ULT
.To clock A M . (6:45 MempMt Use ) cct,., wuh'
asiw.rda. d We tward train, .r. ,L ?T!Jr w,t
Chattanooga Railroad, at StTas.a, sia. i
At-3 ttoiirtl. at Grand Juaetioa wru the Mlsrtirtrs
tTack?kl'U7SPrifltS' "'frt- G cS
Also cenaects at Grand Junction Station with Taxjaaa.
see Central Railroad to BoHrar. aBd JxekMa Tc
Also connects at Pocahontas wHi TrJ-Weerlr T
Ch to Ripley. rentotver-Airrr-
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN kare.
DAILY texoptSeadiys) at S:f5 , '
tio,e.) tor Junctl..B with the Mi-sUsippta",'!4
Baggige checked to ill stations, ."a the R,n,.,.
ao i Baggage wit! be received wltbeutg cSed
Each passenger will be llleirr-ierealy WbJ,
baggage by RaUroad, aad sixty pounds hTStaW 2l
article will be carried a, bagE that U net iadilit W
the person of the passenger. Ia ease of tea. itTJwi
Negroes, whea trareling alone, must hare. rirr,ie
ming the point to which they Tu tmVlaA
that they are to trarrt tr rillroid. orhTr wVS
carried N-. ticket wm be "Srnor wmv bf 4!
celved on the ca s, unless their owner .wtW
or known to the lcket Agent and &idar!.r?S
person to Touch for genuineness of peralt
General Saperiateadent, ifrauv'laeflk.
ep-i 3 ATRVH
snperlntendentof Transportatien, Menipbj. Tenn
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, ,&c.
Direct Through Lino for the East!
Baltimore and Ohio
R AILR 0 AD .
THIS Road run, from Wheeling to Baltimore m
miles.) and to Washington. MOO mil.. ... 1 ' .
the fullest adrantages both as a freight iad nassenr
Une. It runs through wild and romantic
Alleghenles; aad being toUHT coiutructeitr
equipped and carefully managed, Is one uf the raost VS.
tractlre and safest Railroad, la the United atari, -rVT
Ceatral Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and Zaaesrille
aSlthwestr Pan"' et tta
The oslt Through Ticrets from 3lrv.HT,
Louistille and St. Louis to the v.
TRoroLls, are sold by this road, which rnns'dlrrct tT
WashiBgton without the delay of passing thmnrh Biltl
more. It is also the only lin. br which JTT .
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
Sj-uy tae mail, route rrom Memphis, tak the null
sUamers, running daily for Louisville, csnnrctlaar tSS
with mail steamers or Jeflersonrille Railroad ferinca
natl. where they arrive so as to connect with the cTr...
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, connectxr
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark ind zln!!!
rifle, to Wheeling. By the express train of thulwt7
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and ta Washington"
is less than 27 hours.
o tPrBfla" to "k t0T tlcieU b7 tt Mtlmore aad Onto
O-Passengers from Memphis zolne lt.i e.
Lotus, can bay Through Tickets by the Baltimore aSdOhii
Railroad. This route lays throogh Vlncenoes, TerrTniEtT
Indianapolis, etc., to Wheeling, over the newohaeaad
Mississippi and connaecting Roads. t..- -,T:
are all direct, and the time from St. Lorn. . otV", "V
or Washington Is but about hours. Throush Til
by this route may be had of the Agent, uader the W-T
Baltimore $25; to Washington $26. U
At Wheeling the pasnger takes the -
the Baltimore aad Ohl. Railroad, which leivVthrr-tfae.
daily for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New
For safety, speed, regularity, beautr' or 15???:
general comfort, this road is second to none ia the BniT
FREIGHTS. -This company possesses i the luvSi
equipment of any Railroad In the United States and la
prepared to do an immense buslaes. ta traasporUUei.
The road makes Immediate connection at the whirvra YrT
la the streets of Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia and New York, steamers sf Ericsson and BAt"
more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea tT v.
York, aad by new Merchants' aad Miners' Line to BoitorL
steamers to Norfolk. Charleston, Savannah fcc Far
particulars, see freight taxi IT, copies of which mar 'be bad
of the Forwarding Houses In the West, or o' J B Foed
Recelrlne and Forwardlnir Arret t v,u. '
- - - - -
Master of Transportation. Baltimore.
THROUGH TICKETS, a lowing the holder. f ..
any point, and resume their seats at pleasure nav ta
parchjaed at the Ctmpaay'a Office. No. 15 Jeff rsan
street, 3 doors Kast ef the Commercial Hotel 'Memphis
juo.wij wit. MORIN Agtat.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
TIIUOUGU TICKETS TO .GRENADA.
Fare Wcilucca to G 50,
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING te miles soath of Holly Springs, having
only sixty sis miles of Staging the cheapest moat
peasant, and quickest route by fism fsnr to ten hours.
On this route the staging Is bat one mile further than
oa the Panola route, although the latter Is represented tc
be but fifty-two miles staging and fifteen hoa a h rough.
Tbe true distance over t e Panola route la slxty.ave
In a tew weeks the Mississippi C atral RaUroad win be
extended to the Tallahatchie river, stai shortening th
staging seven miles less. Travelers will Inok to their
comfort and pocket. A word to the wise 1. sufficient.
X3 Far Tickets or information apply to SIMS fc CO.'S
Agents, at the Railroad, Stage and Omnibus Ticket Of
fice. Commercial Hotel. feb2i-du
NEW BARBER .HOP.
THOSE who are fond of aa easy, o j&fortable and cleia
SHAVK will find accommodation at the new shop of
JOHN BROWN, who has inst re-opened on SheRiy street.
His shop Is comfortably and tastefully fitted np, and he
will be pleased to welcome his old customers and aa many
new one. as may see proper to pstronlia hlsi.
REPORTS of Cases adjudged in tbe Supreme Court of
Mississippi by Robert J Walker. Reporter of the
State. For sal by LAMB, YOUNG fc CO.,
ap21 25' Hals, itrest.