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BY M?CLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TEM, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1857.
VOL. VIII. NO.l.
PUlLISriEDDAlLT,TRI-WRBELT AND WEEKLY, BT
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JfcCLANAHAN, nDTTOlT U. CO.
"TR. SAUNBMRS otBoe at J. if. SledcefcOo.'s Drat
Store, near the Port Offlce.
G. TT. TRBEHEAUTj
A ,TXORNEr AND COUNSELOR T LAW, Memphis
J. Tet.tef. OSlce in itesby A Hant't new Blocs, np
ttatrt, FnoA Sow. Refer to K. M. Apperton & Co.. and
W. B. Miner. ap4-2iif
DR. D. F. WRIGHT
HAS ?esvtd to Fjan'a BoUdlBCs, -en Adams street,
opposite the Worthasi Hasse apl"-lm
Dr. R. L,. L.ASKI,
LATE SUffPhysician and Miector f several nospttals
ia Geoaasiy, ra.mber of dlOtrest iledtcal Secietica
la New Terk, has located in the city of ilemphis, and of
f era his services to the poblic as Physician, Accoccher,
asd far an perations in S ircery.
XS" Office on Washington street, between Main and
DRS. JSOOR3IAX & BROWX.
OFFIOGon Adams street, la rear af Jones, Brown &
Oa , en JiaW street. Dr Moorman's residence en
Ecbois street, between Tance aad ffliettstreets.
WA. ESMONDS. 31 D , (Istetfl Hopkinsville, Ey.;
Doaeopathic and Hydropathic Fhylclan, tenders
his prefetttoBal rvicea to the citUens of ilempbli.
Reetdenee adtson street, nex to the Flantns Mill.
Oaee MadHoc street, adjoining the Advocate otOce.
Refers to HeConbs & Trice, J. Torian S- Son, W J.
Bavie aBd W. E. Hilton. raar22-em
M7. G. WEATHERFORD,
COCNSELOB AT LAW, and Real Estate Astnt, Xapo.
Refer Is A. Wright. Esq-.-and Col. R. G. Payne, Mem
phis; Jade R. L Caratbers, Snpreme Court; K." G.
Xastsaa.,XahvilH; Major G. A. Henry, Clarks
Tttje, Tease , and Gen. T. B. Floumoy, Ps.ha Co., Ark.
CHAS. D. FOXTAIXE,
A TJORNHT AT LAW, Foutotoc, Miss., will attend
XX strictly a'J profeeeieBal bnslaess whkh may be
CBtmattd te him is any of the Courts ot North Missis
ttptd. feb!7 ly
J. A. 3IOO.V,
ATTORKKT AT LAW. General Collecting and Land
AgasMa, for the Northern and Eastern Counties of
Arkaaeas, DES ARC, ARK.
L,. O. RIVES,
ATTORSET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Teen. OOa la the Post OQce BarMteg.
AK'tassae.seatrswteil ts his care will receive prompt
asdifaWatal atteatM. Oohectloos promptly mads In the
sauoaadtag oaaaties of West Tennessee, Mississippi and
TR. SAMUEL GILBERT, SR., has returned to his old
) homestead near Memphis, and reopened bis Infirm
ary, and will remain permanently. He treats the follow
ns Csfoalc Dtseaeea : Cancers, ScraShla, Whl e Swelling,
Tssun and Went, witbeat Sorglcal operations. He also
treats all Chronic Female dfeases, S res of long standing,
Tetter, Rbeaaatisai, Syphilis, and ail f siros ot Mercurial
Br G. detms It anaecessary to say more, as he has liv
cg aWaeea of his s access from Maine to Oregon.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
Gt-oz3.03Tvl Xjazxc3L A gont.
IX J ILL attesd personally to the locating of Swamp Land
VV Scrfp aad Warrants In the Jackaonport and HHeca
Btstrieu, teOlsg Laad and paying Taxes.
B Graaan.Memphis.TeBS.; A. S. Hney, Little Bock;
R. O BriaUT,
Mat T. Moll. Miss.;
W. M. Rttwett, "
F. Las tL Oo , "
H. P. OhMk, Heieoa, J
Mjvtte A Mtore, "
AaB Fttk, "
J.Norton & Co., N. O.;
J. A. Rousseau, LaGrasge,
W. E. Batta, LawrencevlBe,
0. w. Board, Jackeeapert;
R. G. PAYNE,
AT30EKET AT LAW, MesapfaM, Tean. OS re la the
Pest OOce Balhtlag, JeUerson street. rair21-dly
J. A. ANDERSON.
ATTORNET AT LAW. Memphis, Teas. OSee In
Watker't BailcUng, ovsr Mansfield's Drug Store,
Mata street. JanlO-ly
DR. WM. HEWITT
WILL practice medidse, on the principle that there is
aeod s all systems, aad none all sufictent. OSce
on Jrceesoa street, la the Post OSce Building, second
door from the Post OSlce. Residence on the comer of
jF' Heeaxade and EiHott atrerts.
Cot. J. B. Stanton. N. Adams, Esq., Haywrid cascty.
Bev. F. B Btaad, Dr. J. B. Madia, Fayette county .
R. Sonservllle, Esq., F F Maclln, Esq .Tipton county.
J. L. Webb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
SMITH P. BANKHEAD,
ATTORNKT AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. OBee la the
, Foot OQcCBleck, over Aydlett A. Co., third story.
R. F. LOONEY,
ATTORNET AT LAW. GfflM aver C. W. Cberry &
B. C BROWN,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Marion, Art., practices In
FhHHps, Crittenden, Mississippi, Green, Randolph,
Lawrence, Independence, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Francis
and Muitro Oeasties. la Arkansas. oct7-d6m
J. WICEEtUHAM ED. A. BEECnEB-
WICKERSHAM & BEECHER,
ATTORNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Oface,
No 21 Jefferson street Janl-tf
R. V. RICRARDIOS..W. W. WHEATLEY..K. A 11 OOf.
RIcliardson, Wheatley & HIl-'ss,
ATTORNETS AT LAW Office on the corner of Second
. aad Court streets, Memphis, Term. ocll-ly
ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
-Tean. Of&ce, south side of Court Square, one cber
west of Wallace's Auction House, up stairs.
ATTORNET AT LAW, Covington, Tenn. All butlnei n
' entrusted to his care will receive prompt attentl&a.
A jEHJRNET AT law, iiempiaJ, lean
J. aide of Main strset, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to T. Titns, McEwerHHarris Sl McNeill, J. D.
3TUUtnis.!W. B. MUler.aad JfBes Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
yocs, Tl(c is Co., Sew Oritsca. Janlt-tf
City Auction Rooms, Xo.29 Front Row
L. JOHNSON & CO.,
G. W.'IIAXNA and JOHN WINN, Sile-men.
"TTTO0LD rwpectlolly Inform laedtta'nj of Memphli,
T t tbat they have opened thlj diy, at No. 29 rroat now,
A GENERAL AUCTION DEPOT,
And are naw prepared to Oder nnnscal f aeiHCes to parties
baring Uerckacdise Real Bctate or Xegroea to dispose t .
We will have 1aHy safes at onr store, acd are leadyto
attend sales in any part of the city and country far a very
We wi I rOct sales at private sale on commission for
anr deriptien of real or perronsl property
We will keep a Register at oor Rales itwm for Real Es
tate fr Sale, Lease or Rent nd Jtegroe. for sale or hire.
Adracoes in Cailimade on any detcriptioa of property.
I 33 33 ,
WUOLtSAEE DEALER 1H
BOOTS, SHOES, LEiTHEU FIXDIXGS,
Xo. 262 Klniu street,
tUP-STJURS. OTKR LOCKE'S AUCTION ROOJt.)
HAS Jnt received sixty cases staple Boats and
Shoes, which will be foht as low as the came ar-
tle'e oonM now be purchased lor East. Also a
lot of choice Leather, which wHl be sold very
I will par the highest cash prices for Hides , Sheep
skins, Fart. F ltry, Tanew Beeswax, &. ap30-lm
BOOTS, SHOES AKD HATS,
Trnnks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c.
WHOLESALE AND BET ATT,.
X)T late arrivals, we are in receipt of all kinds of Boots,
I J Shoes and Hal, that are Dew and desirable, makinz
oaeef the lancest and best stocks of floe cn&toia made
work for retail trade to be found m Hetrpbis. Prices
will be low for cash. Call and mo
niClCS, TKERTic ANDKRSON,
No. 245 Main street,
raai25-41y Opposite Court Sqnare, Memphis.
AT WMOaLESAaLE !
BOOTS, SBOES AND HATS.
OUU strock In the wholesale department
Is now larce and ootoplete to which we re- tiff
spectf ally call the atteetion of Merchants
'only- Those bayinc; f r rash, or satis lacteryipi-
per, at short dates, will and it 1 1 their interest to tire
as a call before makinc their l urchsses.
13" Wholesale Reonn ap stairs.
niOKS, TERRT & ANDERSOJf,
.No. 246 Main strret,
sp3-4awly Opposite Coart Saare. Memphis.
B. VT. MORRIS D. C WiW),
ITIORRIS & WARD,
eAtH DEALERS IX
S'oroiga ks X3 ot-r?oi3to
m IS. Ti a O .& MS,
Hats, Caps; I?oots,' ShjOos," &6.'t
: AO. 29 5 "jJV STJl'ETj
(One door sooth offonroe
xrS-Jm . aiEUPmS, fENN".
J. Bono... T.3.J.JXXST
Ji.3IES BORO & CQ.,
NO. 5 HOWARD'S BOW, ilKMPJIIS, TKNN". '
Jto. 25 Madiion-t.,'bciatcit Front Rom and Ztcin,
TT7"OUIiD rerpref folly inform the merchants ef-Mem.
V pots and snrroun.'ing country, that he has perma
nently located his Agency f. ruiie sale or all trades of Vir
ginia TobaooK, and iatends to kep oontantly on han I a
tamed from the cities of Virginia, where he established
stock eqaafto the demand, at manufacturers' prices.
Being fully able t ooaprte with the New Tork, BaHJ-
emtp. Rlneuuiatl and New Orleans markets. herlnrlfR
the atuntkm ot all dealers In the above article to lib)
stock before parchaslng elsewhere.
ap!I da 6m J. II. srtAKTK.
A S. HAKCOCE....B. O. CLARE...
Late Williamson k. Late Aydlett &
.GEO W. TROTTER.
Late ot Somerville.
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, HOPE, BACON, LAUD,
it TTinri of Produoo.
NO. 16 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
MR. MILTON MCKNIGHT, late of New Orleans, hi
' becotBe associated with us in the Grocery and Com
miseioB Business dating from the 1st Inst Tbestyleof
the crm win hereafter be GATES, WOOD & McKNIGBT
Memphis, Feb. 10, 1557. GATES WOOD
S. M. SATES. A. M. WOOD M. M'EKianT.
GATES, "WOOD & LIcKNIGHT,
NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHIS .
AGENTS Hatard Powder Company; Colliers' Whltl
Lead and Oil Company, St. Louis ; for sate ef Lly
erpool Salt - tebl3-tlfion
EXC0UR1GE no ME INDUSTRY.
Hl'BER & YFINKEL.MANN,
Col M 1 & j TEM S
Main-St., 3d Door belovr Union,
ARE prepared to OH all orders In the
nouse Carpeatertng and Fcroitore busi
ness with Beapes. and dispatch.
Repairing' and Varnishing executed la
the best style. We warrant an wortUrfljne In our shop.
Giva us a call. ftt7-tgi
J." C. JACOB! & CO.,
(No. 32SMaln, bet. Cnlon and Gsyoso-sts..)
Importers -and Manufacturers ol
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGARS AND. TOBACCO.
CONST ANTLT on hand a large assortment of the most
favorite brands, at moderate pi ices.
A. J. W.ALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE ASD DETAIL:
G M O C M M ,
AND DEALERS IS ALL EISDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner of Main and Union Sts.,
. MEMPHIS, TENN.,
HAVE always on hand a well aad caret ally selected
stuck oi articles in their line; which they win sell at
the lowest current prices. 4J
J3" Ordou promptly filled with dispatch.
OJ7 JPOITX" JcLO-Wi
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
rpHE highest rairket prices pah! for rough and imderrd
j Taaow, Lara ana wap urease.
JOHN B. BOTTO,
BOOT AND SHOE
No. GG Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
ThgTorri T3.QJ-I3, Tenn.,
m KBBPjconstantlyon "hand, BOOTS and
I SHOES, of his owa make, also of other
" manulacturers. He keeps. alo. Leather,
"Sale and Uooer. Calf Skins. French and
American Sboe Finding!, Trnnks, Carpet Bags aad Va
lises, all of which ho wll sell as cheap aa any In this
market. Give lutn a call before pcrcbasing elsewhere.
QAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAVINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
No. 28 Madison Street.
TniS Institution, having been organized uader a charter
granted by the General Assembly ef the 8tale of Ten
nessee, Is now ready for business. The Directors for the
ensuing year are :
FRANK M. WHITE, AUG'ST M. FOUTE. Pret't.
C. J. SELDEN, E. M. AVERT. Cathter.
By the charter, married women and children mcy de
posit all sums ot not less than $1 per week, subject only
to their control. Interest allowed oa all deposits for
more than four months, at six per cent, per anonm. Ex
cfaaage oa New Tork and New Orleans. Collections gaad
aad proceeds promptly remitted.
Msmpkls, Tana., Dsa. 7th, UM. ly
I1TATE this ds? sold my entire i' trrtt in the honr' of
Copelind i.ilchiist to COPBLAKD. EDMONDS &
CO , who assume all llabilltiea, and are folly anlhorued
to settle all the business of th aid h ue.
I takf pleascre in r commtndlns ibe new firm tn the
cnnfllenre f ray friesdt, and hope they wll extend the
aame very libera: patronage to the new Orm, heretofore
Si entneoldh use. J. il. GILCHRIST.
Memphis, May 4, 1857. rayS-lw
r.M COFELAND. C W. EDMONDS E W. CALDWELL
COPELAND, EDMONDS & CO ,
Dealers la Fins WHOLESALE f Store and Sell
Liquors it C gars J l Cotton.
tayS-tf NO. 11 FRONT T.OW, MEMPHIS.
t "R. O. C. BOONE, late of Loutsv He, Ky., has becomo
11A associated with ns in the urocrry ana commission
Business. dstlEc from the let instant.
MASON, KORTELLi & BOOJfE,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
No. 101Main-St., Memphis. Term
BAGGrXG, Rope, Jean, Ll'iseys, anda general stock of
Plantation Supplies ronstanuyin nana apu
E. SI. ArrERSOX....C DELOACn....DATID AD ASH.
E. M. APPERSOIf & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding; Merchants,
AMD DEALERS IS
BAGGING, HOPE, GEOCERIES, &c.
SO. C5 JTOATiZOir, end 6 JEFFERSOA'-STn
v MEMPHIS, TENN.
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 ytars. Persons wishing to purchase
are requested to caj and examine thm. All Gins are
told under a toll guaranty.
marl-m E. M. APPERSON & CO.
J3" Holly Sprigs, Miss., Times ; Greneda, Miss., Re
publican; Panola, Miss. ,Star; Huntorille, Ala., Advo
cate ; Tnscumbia, Ala , Enquirer; Br.wBsrl'-Ie, Tenn.,
Journal, copy six months Dd send bl Ja to this office.
ill. EOPKIRst &' CO..
( Succettort to Powell $ Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
a. WILDS VERSOS,
W. A. BRYAS,
(M. S. BRVAS,
Late of Panola, Miss.
Late oi ULurasae, inm.
tSBKOS, BETAI & CD.
Cotton Factors, Commission and
Jfo. 6 Front Row, over Mcacharnr'aVGnlbrallh'S:
MEMPHIS. TENX. f A
TiABTlCUIJt.B attention pild to Storing, Shlrplagaad
X SeHlng Cotton. Charges 50 cents per hale.
, r?- Ail cotton tent to us wiU be covered J insurance.
unless otherwise instructed. acajf
WARD LAW HOWARD ..........WM. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWASSD & CO., ' '
Cotton Factors, Commission nd
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS in Ruling, Rope, Twine, Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses, Rice, Hour. Lard, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter. Ale. Wine. Whisky. Vinegar. Gnano,
lime, Land-Plaster,-and Groceries generally. A good
stock cow oa hand, aad for sale at reatonable prices.
-Cash advances. made on Cottons in store for sale or
shipment. AU Cottons Insured unless otherwise instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all cotton con
signed to us by water ; also, the risk of Fire while la
store, unles otherwise instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the aame aa we have charged for
years past dfty cent per bale. InlyZO
J. 1. REID.
B. REID & BB0.f
NO. tS FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
A LL Cotton sent toonr address insured, unless Instruc
ts, tions to the contrary are received. Plantation
orders tilled with care. Store and Sell Cottrn at fifty
cent, perbale. dec2-tmv!7
T P. AYDLETT. ................. C. DOUOIIEKT a.
-Yew Meant. Mcmp&u.
T. P. AYDJLiETT & CO.,
fc -1?D '
SO. SS GRAVIER-ST., METV ORLEASS.
DOUG HERTS' & AYDL.ETT
COMMISSION MERCH ANTS,
NO 23 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make eish advances on all Cvtton or other Pro
duce shipped to T. P. AydlettSiCo., New Orleans.
CUDDY, BROWN & 00.,
36 OaMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
CASH advances made oa all Cotton or other Produce
consigned as above, by MILES OWEN.
So. 5 Monroe Street, beL 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. octgS
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock ot Bagging and Rope always on t tad.
A. July2-dawly "..
New Orleans, La.
1 aV. C SJUDECj
WALKER & SNIDER,
No. 123 Canal Street,
jnlylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
1. L. BEASLET A. W.L07IHS.
BEASLEY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commissioo Merchaits
0. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on hand.
Charges Cft5 ceats per bale, all other Produce st
usual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
r-mitaace. All Prtrduce Insured, unless otherwise In
structed. - augZO dawly
T. J. DAVIDSON J. B. ELLIS A. d. BLAIR
DAVIDSON; ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
Ko. 219 Main Street, Eatt tide bet-ween Jejferton and
Aiaat, Meaphit, Tenn.
ROPE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
Factors, "tlx.o 2Totico.
THE ua irrslgaed baring leased the spacious Cotton
Warehoutt, comer ot Monroe and Third streets,
lately occn pi: d by Messrs. Chapman k 80., are prepared
to SUre Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and Merchandise
generally, upon favorable terms
feb3-6m W. R. GUNNIS k CO.
N. B. FOREST,
DEAM&R TO SLAVES,
No. ST Adams-st, Memphis, Ten..
HAS Just received from North Carolina,
twenty-live likely young negroes, to which he
desires to call the attention ot purchasers
.He will be in the regnlar receipt of negroes.
from North and South CaroHoa every month. His No
gro Depot Is oae cf ihe most complete and commodioui
establishment of the kind in th; Southern country, a-w
his regulations exact and systematic, cleanliness neit
riefs and eo-nfort being strictly observed and enforced
His aim Is to furnish to customers A. 1 servants anc
Old hands, sound and; perfect In body and mind. N:
gross lasan oa ccronusiiaa. janai
ISAAC MEVILL A. . CCSKISQnAM.
NEVIIL & CUNNINGHAM,
DEALERS IN SLAVES
Ko. 171 Main Street, three doors North cf Adams,
WE have thirty Are likely Negroes for sale.
witf ymmsitintlroD hand a raid idd-
plyof likely Negroes, consl- ting of cien, boy
and girls. Held hands and house servsnts alUJi
f which will bi sold on reasonable terms, and fully guar
We wl'l also Board and Sell Negroes, oa commission
cetm well provlltd for tbat business. apfc-cawiy
PHILIPS & WHITE'S
No. 233 Main Street.
tttE Invite attention to our large stock of Srring and
V V Summer Goods, which we are selling ana miena to
sell cheap forcasn.
ap7-daw2ia iunura a. minis
"WALKER & BROTHERS,
No. 79 Pront Bow,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING,
ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS IB
STAPLE AND FANCY
Ivy Goods, Boots fc SUocs
ARE just receiving and penlng a spleaaia assonnent
of Sprlrg and Summer Goods, to which they call the
especial atbntlon of Country Merchants and River Tra
ders. Oar faculties are sucn as 10 compete wnu ua
to undersell a good many. Please call ana t' e.
NELSON & NEWELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
OLD BOURBOX AND RYE WmSKY,
Domestic Liquors and Rectifies- Wnisky,
MAIN STREKT, ONE DOOR SOUTOF UNION,
HAVE in SUre
4 half pipes Otard, 1 upay k Co., Brandies -
2 " " Knet. Uasillioa to., uranaiia
8 or. pipes ,r
6 Henersey, r -
10 " casks Pert Wine J
8 Mad "
4 " " O'd Sherry Wins
100 bbls. Old Bourbon Whisky
60 " " P.te "
200 Rectified "
100 cases Ginger Witt;
300 b Is Ale;
100.000 asorhd Clca-a ;
5S h.nrt Br-ivVftcinla Tobacco.
Tocether with a farce and varied, assortment of g"0ds
in our line, to whlih the attention or me traae is respect
fully solicited ' apSO-dlm
J. P. PRESCOTTgife CO ,
- MANUFACTUltKRS OF
SOAP AND CANDLES,
Foot or Jefferson Street,
WE also keep on nana curium seeu uil, wnicn we
guaraaty to answer alt purposes for which Lard
Oil is used. We have certificates from competent Judges
totbjfc-ffect. We caa sell It fen percent eAeaperthan
Spring and Summei'
G O O D S . r
THE aubscrlber takes pleasure la announcing to his
friends and the pnbllcgeaera li, th.t he has Just
openei. his large and carefhlly selected stock of bTAPLE
and FANCT GOODS su led to th Spring and Summer
seasons, which are on sale low to cash or prompt paying
custi-reers. For ths ladies Eugenia, Maraarette, Gren
adine, Organdy, B nge and Muslin Bobes; beautlfnl
plain and fancy Poult de Lol, Organdies. Lawns Bersges.
Mucins Glngbams and Prints; rich Lace, Silk, and
Emhral ered Swiss Mantles; sets Honlton, Maltese Point
and Muslin Sleeves and Collars ; Bugle, Glmpure, Thread
andclhtr Laces; F inges, kiddods. uress Trimmings,
Gloves, Hositry, Skirts of all kinds, Ladies' Umbrellas
and Parasols, etc.
A large lot of Ready Mada Clothing, Cloths, Caslmercs,
Baals. Shoes, lists. Osniburgs. blesched and brown
Shi tings aud Sbeetmj, Linens, Linen Drills, Cotton-
ades, and In a word every tning m tneary gooas line.
Country Merchants are oflVred great inducements.
Call and exanilBe. my atock. No charge for ehowing
goods , , - A C. BLAIR,
ap9-tf A0 J vi Slim airee. west swe.
WE ara now In receipt of a Urge portion cf our beau
tiful and magnificent Spring stock of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods..
Consisting la part ot
BERAGE and ORGANDEE ROKS,
LACES, of every variety,
EXQUISITE LACE -SETTS and EMBUO DKKIE3, Of
every description all latest, styles. -
A general ana comp e.e asforimcub oi rnjiici, uwi
n.nt. Oaths: Plain and Fancy Cosslraeres and Vestlngs,
of the most approved patterns; Men and Boys' Furnish
ing Goods; Hats, Caps, Boots and Sboes; Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet Bags, Carpeting and Matting; and In addl-
U U, all ai.lVieS f)l W UHI ilUt V.
we propose selling very low for cash.
Jllvens a call, and we pledge ourselves you shall have
good Goods, and at the lowest market prices.
March 19 rurr. b. hiiuj.
la the home occupiedformerly by Mrs Thompsop,
bi HAS Ju.'t returred with the finest and best
I ,.!. . r ,.nl. .net 1i1l.. TtnnT.f n,l RIIOF.1
wh.cb, being selected etpressiy for this market,'
he warrants for dnraDi llv ana lite style.
At the same time.Tie te ders his thanks to his old pa
transjor-past tavors, and hopes for a liberal patronage In
trie offiv'Atjnd lust removed to. where he will be always
ready-f?3ttjnd to any work In his line at the earliest no
tice; An early call is s Jicuea.
at-3ra wa. JdlLLCtt.
53-Bunttla pTease copy.
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquoro,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
JtfbJn if rf, next door to Odd FeUowt' Bell,
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, .
CHEMICALS. Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Faints, Oils, Window Glaas, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
j- Every article sold by ns warranted as represented,
subject to be returned at our expense. JnlyS-ly
E. BREATIIETT I
X THOMPSON & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO E. R. RACIKE,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS L
Havana Gig ar s
ASB Tn rlXEST QUALITY OT
JEFFERSON; STREET, CBrealbett k Stouer'a Building-.)
BetwecrJilalj and Second.
rST RECEIVED Brandjes, Henry Mounle & Co., 1810;
Old CastlUon, 1815 1 (Jii Lamonde, 1820;
Old Rochell, aal diff-rent brandings.
Wines, Champagne and Claret;
Old South siJeMaderia,Topax Sherry;
Champagae, Flenr dABougy, Criam dof.
Crecent, Olivier OlfjChampertlnBerguadyJ
Old Vieux Caps SpaifMng Bergundy ;
Clarets. ChsUuxMargeaux. La tour Glass Stopper!
Liflte, St. Estphe. amtolher brands, too numerous
Scotch Ale, London Porter ;
Fancy Groceries, kc, kc tebV-dSm.
t3" Holly Springs Democrat copy three months, and
send bill to this office for collection.
A. STREET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
aagtS MEMPHIS, TEN Jf.
Laths and Shingles.
BOGERT & WITT are still making Laths, and aro al
ways prepared te supply the public with the best ar
ticle at reduced prices. They are alo making Shingles,
and will keep a supply constantly on hand. Mill oa Wolf
rlTsrabsre tkeBoyaa. - July IS, 'Sd-Iy
JOHS E. nTDE ALEX. SIACADLAT
, JOHN E. HYDE & CO.,
t'oKmlssioa & Forwarding aicrchants.
AOEKTS TUR TI1E
Memphis and New Orleans Packet Line,
Cox. Brni n txstSL cj Oo.'sss
Tlirough Line New Orleans,
MOBILE AND ALABAMA B1VER PACKETS,
No. 60 Poydros Street,
NEW ORLEANS; LA.
T) ARTICULAR and personal attention given to the For-
-L warameof Goods.
Reteren eet Messrs. M'Cocats h. Trice, nancock.
Clark ts. Co, Lavallette, Shirley k Co., J. J. Murphy,
Esq Cbas Potter Cspt O. B. Chureh, J. J. Rawllogs,
Avwiioi), irua. my 1 i-BCu
S. LA WTO X, G. M BREAKER,
Pruaerly of Lawtonville, S. C Of Charleston, S. C.
LAWTON & CO.,
Upland and Sea I s I a nTl
COTTON AND FICB FACTORS,
Forwarding & Commission 3Icrcbants
NO. 36 EAST 'BAT AND BOTCE fvGO.'S WHARF,
ClIARLESTO.-V. 8 C.
WILLsell 'Cottca, Blca, Flour, Wheat, Cora, Naval
S ores Ac,
Having an experience of twenty five years in business.
we gutrantee aatlJtsciton to all Who patronize us.
Prompt, personal attention given to the forwarding
References Hon. B. D. Treville, Ex-Llent. Gov.;
J. H. Saepherd. Esq.. of the Ann of Sbeph-rd&Me-
Cr.ary: Jas Tuppcr, Esq.. Master in Equity; Hon. W.
J. Orsy.on, Ex-Uollrctor and Ex-M C, Cb.rlrston, S.
C. Bev. n D. Duncan. Gen. L. M Ar r, Barnwell, S.
C. Gov. C. J McDonald, Judge T Stock., Georgia. E.
G. JiU'lon. Km' .Dr. R. G. Mays. Florida. Joseph
ltamsey, .Esq., le&n. w. J Davis, xruipnis, Tenn.
C. N. AVERILL,
Forwarding and Commiision
AGE 2sT T ,"
(SUCCESSOR TO T. STENHOCSE it. (O.,)
NO 4 HAINE STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
REFERENCES John Caldwell, PresldstS. C. R. R.,
Columbia. 8 0.; Col. J. A. Wbitratdes, atd II. W.
M'SsengaM, Cbattanooga, Ttnn; Grr JW. Williams &
Co . Gbarleston. S C.I Unas. N Anderson, u- ni rai
Agent, Nashville, Teen.; Wm. Tailor &. Co., Montgom
ery, Alabama. ifV
Particular attrntlen given to its BETTl-EJEJ'.Nr or
FREIGHTS, and for lost and damx;ed Goods by vessejs.
SAM'L MATTHEWS & S0,
General jlgentt to JJrty, Sell and Locate Land
tn the Mtssuttppi Uollom.
PARTICULAR attention Is paid to the selection of
COTTON PLANTATIONS rm the Internal I'm
provement and Chickasaw School Lands
Several years experunce enables them to give satisfac
n. Terms easy.
Address 'Pleatant Mount, Fanola coenty. Miss."
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL
C. I. & A. V. DuPOHT,
B MANUFACTURERS OF
NEWS AND BOOIf PRISTIXG PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP ALL KINDS,
Alt Main-Street, L,ouisilIe, Ry.
. yiTZGERALD...CHA6. C. BILL..J. WOODWORTB,
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Svcceuori lo Peri, Siapton 4 Co. J
Grocers, Produce Dealers3
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
No. 02 Pront Eou-, Memphis,
C. r. II HOLAND
....A. S. nCET
NOIiAND & CO.,
JLITTL.E ROCK., ARK.
REFER TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen and Capt.
Charley Church. feb7-tf
J3"Newsf Enquirer and Fowlkea' Express copy tia
s n. J. LANSIKO
N03. 63 AJeD 65iLOCUST STREET,
gQ,lTTt Xiotzis,"' ZbXo.
J.'Mcnihy. Memchls ; Cook k Co.. MemDhla :
Harnett k Walker, Todd & Goyer, "
Charles Potte:, ' feb5-6m
BRADY & OAVBES.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Mam street, LouisTilIe, Ivy.,
"-lLNnFACTURER'S Arents for Machine Rw. Bai-
1V1 felng, Jeans. L'nleys. kc. an23-ly
A. O. SMITH. ...B. r. GDTHRlE....aE04J. ROWLAND.
SMI I II, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AXD AOEKTS TOR TBE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 564 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Jaal3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
CM. HARVEY R, B. HARTET.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
will be given to.the Sale or
Foi warding of Goods or,
Produce consigned to our
address. We will contract Freight on the
atwvo tor. re-shlpment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience In our market
la the purchasing of 8taplea and assorted Merchandise-
Refer to Cook k Co., J. C. Gilfflng k Bro , Speed
k Strange, Hannah & Shanks. dec!2-ly
l-tt (fcant Saloons,
ICE CREAJI SAL00IT !
BEGS leave to inform the Ladles aud Gentlemen of
MempMs aud 15 vicinity that he has now opened
hia newly 0 ted up ICE CREAM SALOON in his new
brtckbollding on Madison street, where be will be pleased
to see his o'd customers, and the public in general.
53" Always on hand, evsry variety jf Confectioneries.
He wfll also furnish Wedding Parties and Balls at the
shortest notice. JOSEPn SPECHT.
VFORSIIAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Taney Candies,
Adams Street, nnder the Wor
.7 sham House,
KEEPS constantly oa hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their .wn Juice, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spied and -Ficaled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, One Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Nuts, Ac.
In Connection with this establUhmeat, I have fitted np
ICE CREAM SALOON,
For the accommodation of cltlxeas and Ihe visiting public.
' nuS-dtlienov 8. P. BRICHETTO.
Cornor of MalgncVdarriB''troet.
THIS House Is situated In tha centre of bustnesi, an
la now finished and in complete order. The Pro jrletor
pledges himself It shall not be surpassed by any House ia
Being grateful for the. very liberal patronage bestowec
oa him tor the last two years, he hopes try a street atteo
tioa U business to merit a continuance of tbe same.
oc7.tf J. J. WO R3H AM, Proprietor,
jtv Restaurant I
ON UNION STREET.
THE subscriber respectfully Informs his old friends snd
all the public, that ho has opened a new Restau
rant on Union street, where he Is prepared to furnish
the best viands that can be found In the market, served
In the best Parisian styles. Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt
and Fresh Water Fish, Birds in fact, everything suited
to the finest and most delicate epicurean taste.
Give sne 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 GU3. DEUPERWOLF.
1 . Hosiery!
r Ann DOZEN Hosa and Half Hose, en hand aad for
OuUU lalsby JAMES LOW &.CO..
saarll 113 Mala stmt, Louisville, Ky.
Room and Accommodation
FOR FIVE HUNDRED STRANGERS AT THE
BAZAAR OF FASHION
NO. 223 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS,
TITAT Is to say, room la our Store and Show Rooms
np stairs for five hand red strangers, whom we can
accommoa.te w;tn me nneit ana rno.t fassionaDle Bon
nets and Mantilla. ; rich Silks and Fancy Dress Goods
Embroideries. Ribbons. Trlmmlars. and ail other flu
Fatey Goods which ar- usuall v lent la the raosfcfaafclon.
I able establishmtnta which we Mil dlspos rf at very
wwciKicijnt. reiioai Tisiimg aimpaia a( inia in
teresting timr, wuj p:ease give ua a can.
SPOT K BARIND3 & CO
PER EXPRESS, five hucdrtd BONNETS, among which
tbe Neapolitans and fine Straw Eurtnlai: French
vut .ui.: .a , .1 - o yji 1 1 .ii. Auauia auu w i.t Ejtraw
A's, one bundred 8hak-r Hoods, ail of which we will
ecu row. x. BARINDS a. CO.,
P3 No. 2-13 Main street.
fV Ave hundred new st Tw MANTILLAS, compoelng
w every vaneiy irom ine cn.aoest to the nut irIendid
brought on, which we win sell at a very small a trance on
' JS. BARINDS A CO..
P3Q 223 Main street.
OUR stock is now complete, and comprises an extensive
varl ty of Silk Rubes. Orxandla. flren.iifne. ..4
Btreg-Robes, of the richest and latt stvles. We can
pirticul.r attention to this department as tbeywerese-
irv.tr Tin a great care, ana oavug a urge slock oa hind.
we win aose mem out at very low prices.
a. BARINDS ec CO.
P30 223 Main street.
2. BABIND3 & CO.,
223 Mala street.
At the Bitaar cf Fashion.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS,
jac no. a uourt street,
BETWEEN" MAIN STREET AND FRONT BOW.
Mrs. n. CARTER
ft AS Just retnrn-d with her stock of Spring aad Sum-
J.O. mer Jiiiinery, ana ww open on FRIDAT, the 27th
m.fc.ub, u-5i.iioi. ia part or
Fine French Fleers;
Fine French Wreaths ;
Ladies' an-: Mis.e.' Bonnets ;
' Elbbons, Dre.. Pau;
. Lace and Edgings;
And a gtne al asaortmer.l ot Mitllnerv Coods. Tk. u
dlea at Memphis and vicinity art respectfully invited to
can ami examine lor tseraseives.
"ra-tf JI. CARTER.
rEtliPOKIUXL OP FAsmoiv.
n.as. . m . J
zsa MAliS oilltifciT, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are receiving and opining for the frTT
inspection of he ladles, one of the mostiAJ
rastiioaab e stocks of Frrach-MnlbierT atd if
rai.cy Dry Uoods ever bronabt to this dtv. aim. a ter
selett assortment of Dress Goods, Silks, Barege t. Char
lies, Organdies Grandees Tissue Riles, p'aln and doited
jtu.uus, k. n e call particuiarattenttocrJoocr
Consisting of all styles of Fretth Botlnets, Leghorn, Eng
lish Straw, N-opvlltan Eugtnlesand Glrncv, F'owers
wi r luuoiij. no inontann uonara wortaof line French
Embroideries V.leaclacs. Glmpure. Hoaton. Point Iiu
aciis, iazmu j i-acr,
Embroidered ilk. Mantillas,
Lace Bajuines Dress Trimmings of ali stylea ; Parasols,
Fans, Glmpure Laces, ke
Also at th Emcortsra of Fashion. Dreia and Mintin.
Making djne, guaranttng satlsfactiui as to stylo aad
Mourning goods a'ways on band, and orders nremstlv
attended to. The ladiea aro most respectfully invited to
cau ana examine our gooaa Derore purchasing elsewhere.
. STII LMAN k CO.,
aplil S39 Mais street, Memphis. Tena.
JVJE IF t o on:
THE subscriber would resaectfellr an
aeunce to the ladiea of Memphis md sur
rounding country, that be Is now opening s
coa'plete fresh lock of PARIS MILLINERT,
FANCT DRT GOODS. LACES. EMBROID-
KRIE3 a' d a general assortment of LADIES
FANCT GOOD, which he Is prepared to seil at tbe
v-ry lowest prieea for cash.
Al, kinds of MILLINERT made to order at the shortest
notice. WM. SILBERBERG,
. No I0O Main street, third door above Lehman's Dry
Gnn'm ITne m.r
Ijlanlattoit cSupfe, (Bit.
ONE HUNDRED carrels Mess Fork, fonssle by
mar31 HANCOCK. CLARE 4
FORTr THOUSAND pounds Bulk Pork, forsale by
taaflT HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
TEN tierces Ml'cbetl, Gnthrie & C. Hams ;
10 tierces Stagg k Shay. Extra Hams, for sale by
marl7 HANCOCK, CLARE & CO.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTT bblsMess Fork, for
ssle by HANCOCK. CLARK 4. CO
VNE HUNDRED bcxes aud half boxes Soda Ci ackers J
vs or saie uy
HANCOCE, CLARK k CO.
Sugars, for sale s. -
HANCOCK, CLARE k CO.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bels. Whiky, fo. sale
by warn HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
THREE HUNDRED kegt No 1 Leaf Laro. for sale by
marI7 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bags CotTee, for sale by
mart? n a N COCK. C LARK k CO.
FIVE casks Shoulders, for sale by
maris II ANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
TEN casks Plala Hams, reel ivrd and for sale by
marl9 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO.
SE ENTT-FIVE boxes Starch, for sals by
marl7 n AN' COCK, CLARE k CO.
"VIEW BACON 0,000 ponnd Tenaesree
XI sale by
HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
FIFTT-ONE buxes Quart Flasks, fxr sale by
marl9 HANCOCK, CLARE k. CO
rpWENTT-FIVE casks Clear Sid Bacjn;
Jl 23 casks plain IUat;
25 casks Shodders For sale by
martl HANCOCK, CLARK 4. CO.
FOUR nUNDRED bbls. Four, for 'aleby .
ma.17 n ANCOCK CLARE k CO.
Inn BBLS end half bWs .Harris' II Ale J
U U SO ca.ks quarts and pints Lsneen Porter;
10 dozen Hostetters Strm.ch Bitters ;
ISO btxs. Dexteis aud F ictens Whisky;
200 bbls. Harris n's Ohio Flour ;
25 casks Bacon Sides, nanu. and Shoulders :
SO bbls. Mackerel. 60 kits Mackerel;
75dixm Cose Oyit-rs;
SO gross Garrett's Snatr. bottles at-d papers J
ICO boxes Star Candles, 50 d zea Brooms;
60 coil' Msntiia R"pe, all sizes ;
"6 boxes Virginia Tobacco;
25 box-s Soda Crackers, 2bWs. P:c-Nle Crackers;
60 boxes Lcmsn Syrup. 25 boxta Smoking Tobacco ;
25 tnies Pie F ul'. 25 boxes Starch;
SO bnx-a Pickles, 55 boxes Catsup
ALSO, Sugar. CofTee Miiiassea, Tea. Oranges, Lemons,
Figs, Itsl-ln , Almonds, Pfans, Engliah Walnuts. Fil
berts. Sardines, Ac. Forsile by
ap.s. , J. F FRANK No. 33 Front Ro.
Tfin BAGS m Conee, Just received and for sale low
A VV to
No. 23 Front Bow
. Sugar, Sucar.
f)K HHD3. Sugar, Just reeelvedacd for sale low to
4J the trade, b.
DOUGHERTT k ATDLETT,
No. 23 Front Row.
O C BOIES as'OTted Pickles ;
i J 25 bcxes line old C. Brandy ;
25 boxes Table Salt ; Jut received acd for sal low
to the trade by
DOUGHERTT 4. ATDLETT.
No 23 Fro.it Fow.
S. B. WILLIAMSON,
(Succettcr- to WUUaauon (r Hancock,)
FINE WINES, BBANDPES,
Havana Cigars &c.
NO. 1 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Eeceived this Day,
60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard J
tierces sugar-cnrM nass J
20 kegs Shot, assorted sizes t
100 bys Whisky.
AH of which we will sen cheap tor cash at Ns
Front now, atempnis.
Jnlyl 8. B. WILLIAMSON.
TDK subscribers keep oa hand the following artlcW,
which they warrant tabs of first quality, and f or
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
K. Carver Sc. Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture!
Bacon, hog-rouad ;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and. Tobacco j
Sugar, CoCfre, Teas and Molasses ( 1
Candles, Powder, Shot aad Lead;' ' "
Brandies and Wines, superior article 1 -' . .
Line, Cement aad Plaster Paris ;
Together with a general assortment of all articles usu
ally kept la a Grocery store.
. ' - GWTNNI k GIBSON,
July. Nca. I aad 3 Xxtoang BtUdlag.
.J. T. CHIDESTEB.
M'ALEXAOER & CO.'S
iAVING purchased the Omnibus Line for
merly owned by F etcher . Kk, we are opea
for the Spring busints.. The members of
our flrm are all known to tha rinmii or t
it.ua Cny and the anrrouadlag country.
From our experience 13 public baslness, we feel confi
dent that w are qualifl d to carry out ths enterprise in
which we entaze. Glva us a trial 5 we will endeavor to
We sbalt hsve new omnibuses, fine teams, careful,
steady drivers and accomaaodatlng ageuts.
S3" One at the General Railroad, Stage and Omalbus
Agency, at tbe Wursham House, where tickets may te
p.-ocn el at all times.
tS 3m McALEIANDER 4. CO.
SIXT1' MIL.ES THE SHORTEST
Mississippi and. Tennessee
O A D
Grenada acd Intermcdiat? Points.
J. P. Mc ALEXANDER k. CO.S
DAILT LINE OF
FOUR HORSE POST COACHES,
FROM Memphis to Grenada. In connection with the
Mississippi and Teaaea.ee Railroai. a distance of one
hundred and are miler dfty nrtles railroad, and bat oae
cbingr 01 baggage. Time through, thirteen hours.
New Coaih-s, fine teams aud caret al drivers, and tims
and money tared no mistake.
E3- For Ti:kets, and all des red Information, saolr to
our agent, at th General Railroad, Stage aad (Jmnlbus
utace, at tne worsbam liose.
my-3ai J P McALEIANDER 4, CO.
vTASniXGTOS, ARE., TEXAS &C.
QTAGE leaves Ga'Ur'i Landtag, Ark., (Mississippi
kj nwr.i au.iuais, njin.MauAia. ana KK1DAI3.
us si., ing arrives IB waeniastoa in nity hours
Fare ,18. Washington D.swnse-s have the crefrrrno.
of seat. Passing tbrough M aticeilo. Warren. Harnn
ton and Camden connecting at Camden wl h Stage lines
fo'EUorado and 10 HotSpiings via Princeton, Tulip asd
Oaearctlng at Washlngtcd with lines to Qarknille.
Texas, hhreveport. Louisiana, and Little Beck. Aik.
The road through the Mbsissipplbottcjais greatly im-
y.w.Tu w wucj u.s wvu apatopriabea rroa inc m
uraal Improvement and other Mads which guaranties.
mat ii w vi oe maae equal to any ether portion of he roa-i
mis summer. HMOAN k CO . Proprietors
Beldio 4. stoke. Ageuu.
ap23-datwlm Gasur'a Landmg.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM-
.PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITItS.
By laiii-oad .l'roni . Cairo !
To Chicajo Direct trf Six teen Houri. uitheut Break
0j4iaaat0T vnange of Cart or Baggage
BRANCH 'FROM CEXfR ILIA IS NOW FINISHED,
.aui luuiicums me uuie 10 .ixiero noura 10 LulCago.
AT Chicagj, conrKCtlng with Michigan Central Car.
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit. Nlaxara Fall..
RachesterMlbanyf New Tork, .Boston, and all Eastern
aad AtlanticClties. Only two change of Cars from
C.iro to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albanv. and
iSar from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Calru to New
Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comfort great
er, tnan oy any oiaer route, nssexgers through are
sot subjected to the delays consequent, to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana asd
Ohio, to the East aad North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern.!
Tiaias. for uievrjand, Dunkirk, and tbe East, with Lake
Shore Railroad and .Summers, ibr Racine, Milwaukae,
Sheboygan," Ac., -acd-wllh a splendid Line of First Class
swamera ror nanii ait iiane. Laze superior,- Colling
wooa, loronio, etc.
'Yalas leave Cairo Every Morning- and Xvealas: aa foi-
S:05 A. St.. Chicago aad Dualeith Ersress. Snndav.
This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork LlzhU
nlng Express, over Michigan Central, Grtst Western snd
new lore unirai luuroads', through la thirty-one hours
This Train also connects at Saadoval with OVlo and
Mississippi Railroad :r St. Louis axd Viaceanes; at
Pana. with Trains tf the Terra Haute. Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, for Iadlaaapolls, Louisville aad Cincin
nati ; at uecatur, witb Jism Line Express tor Galena
Dunlellh; the latter connecting with Trains to Hnrlnc
ueiu, spies, nocKisiana, ourungton ana vinmcy.
o:iu r. at., nr xorg express, aaturdays exceoted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, ex cent oa Signal.
wuucvuus wiui j.aiu use ssay express J rum iecatur I.
uanieiia, ana am vine at unicago at Z r. u.
Passengers for the Upper M isslssiimi. will and at Dun-
leltb. steamers ot tha Dualeith and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave oa the arrival of either Cairo
Train ror Le (.rosse, itedwmg, St. Paul, Ac. Pa-seager
for Jancsville and Central asd Eastern WlscoLsia, con
nect at Frceport with Trains to Beloifaad Jaaeavillr. n.
from thence to Madison aad Central aad EasUra Wis.
The Maps and Charts ladlcatlag the Great Central
Route U tbe North aad East are an exact transcrlntof
Cotton's Map of the Unite States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route aa well aa 4hs raining
time cards of the connecting Roads, and Judge for them
selves as to th-correctness of the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from 'Cairo to
Chicago, and thns forming a speedy and direct meaas of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, alords te the pleasure traveUr,
a. well as the business man, attractions and facilities
Xor reaching the North and East, which surpass those ot
any oiuer route wsatever. Tne accommodations fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
eling public, ths permanency of the road and structure,
the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves '0 those who desire In travellar rated
comfort ana ttfety. State rooms secured on all pickets'.
nuita iiuuu run use ieak, with the pnviieg
of laying over at any point, caa be had at Memnhls
No. 15'JefiJrsca street. , k-
WILLIAM MORIN, Agent,
1nr-l Uempnts TVtm
ELLEB. J, s. ISWl.f.
WELL.ER & ERWIIV.
AJSD LTJMBER YARD,
Overton ttreet, near the ileaphit and Ohio Depot,
KEEP for sale and make to order Doors. Blinds. Sash.
Mantles, frames, Mouldings ana everything la that
toe, ot the be.-1 materials and worsmsnsblp. They ar.
alo prepared to do all kinds ot Sawn.g and Planing f-r
the trade, aad to erect botdings or every description ; to
.helve and at up stores, and other Jcbbicg. . ..,
Having procured suitable machln- ry they will voen be
enabled to manufacture PACKING BOIES ot an klnda,
cheaper and better than ever before made la the city
Shingles White Pine and ether Lsmber for sale, dressed
U Orders from the country promptly attended to.
B MOOBE J HALSTEAD.
STAR PLANLiNG MILL.
Door, Sash and Blind Manufactory,
SECOND STREET, SOUTH OF UNION,
FLOORING, Weatherboards, Deors, S'lb, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames and Casings, Mantles, Mould
lngs, Co -nice-. Ceiling, Latil e Work, Basebands, Turn
ing. Scroll Work. Shelving, Boxes, 4c., and every de
scription or Building Material dressed aad undressed
always on hand asd made to order.
N. B The hlghe.t cash price paid for all kind- of
Lumber mvl iv
THE undersigned have opened a Carriage "Factory tn
Second street, between Washington aad Adams
streets, wi ere they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair Carriages at the shortes-notice. Alt work done by
them will be guarantied, aad a share of public patrca.igr
Jao3-ly L. a. bukk a. 01
K M. ISELL & CO
THIS extensive establishment continues
at the old stand on. Unlos , bet :t
Ms la and Second, her msyb founds
very fine? asrortment cf Carriages, Bug
gies Rikaways. Ac.ot their own manufscttrc They
Uke t hia method ot retnrntng tbanks for pasi tavors,
and Invite those w shlng to buy to examine their .totk
before parchasmg elsewhere. ap!7 ly
J & A. WOODRUFF,
Nos. 3 & 4 Exchange Bnildings,
CONSTANTLT oa hand s large assort
ment of CARRIAGES, from tha best
manufactories la the United States.
Carriages built-to order atd work tally
guarantied. All kinds of Repairing done with neatness
aad dispatch by
ap30 6m J at A WOODRUFF.
. C. C. MAYBWELL'S
MAS HE HO V ED TO
Adams Street, Tiet.MaiiaHd 3d,
WHERE caa bo found all description of Grave Wotk.
. which will be furnished as cheap as It caa be got
la any. market West. Also. Ballding Work done at short
.It Is to the Interest of all persons wanting such work tc
purchase from the yards, at Memphis instead of purchas
ing irota AgeLts, as tne Maaaf actor bare to adtu tat
twenty per cent, that Is paid Agents to the work sold by
them. Southsrnori. look to your Interest.
d3-dsw9 0. 0. MATBWZLL.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL. AND TEN
OPEN trom Junction with Mmphs aad Chariestcr
Railroad to Mo on. IS H rail's North 01 Bolivar, aad
eleven mile Snih of Jack-o. Tenn
FASSENGeR AND MAILTRAIN leaves G-and Jaiio
tloa daily at 10 a jl , or arrival ot Burning auul
train from Memphis. coun.ctmc at MeOca ! hW'Iys
lino ef Coaches tor NahviUe 01a Ja kaon and Hunting
ton, and by way of Leamaton. t inn w,t!ihmr
Mount Pleasant, and from - pring Htl sy th. Teuistse
and Alabaca Railrcwd.
Retnrajg, lea vrs M-doa at 1 . JO r it , concoci'ngar
Grand Jtrr-ction with evtnlag mall tr-lii into itinnt'i
fPjf R. P. NEELT Sap!.
MISSISSIPPI AND TESXESSER
ow- open to SaorcadLss.
uauy Trains each "Wav.
Fmf (SUNDATS EXCEPTED J
ROM and aft-r WED.NESDaT March 25 1837 th.
-J.JRI-S," l T(Sy,'ex!
Tha Tralacoan.ct at Sarda with Messrs J F Vsli
exander k. Co. D.rly Lla. or flrst dZ?rZt CZe
p"?ll.Grre', Canma, Jack-tn aB4 Vrcksb.rx
T?r.A,t?2aMODATION " PLIGHT TEALV , w
SardU at 6:30 a . at. , arriving at Mem hi. at io-io i a
Passenger are rrqaested lo D3nh.se ri,v..
entering the cars, sd save pa, rr.Lr " f "tA ,ars
Baagage cheeked to an .laUoas on trKaSrd" aadra,
taggaaewu be reeivd .itkvgt beiogXeSed'
passenger win be allowed 1. 0 pZulT. r aSglz? br 3?
roiid. and 60 pound, by stage n' s, artto wS, L.r
5J"'gro-, wheatraveitBialosie nT.t h... . ..
namiag -.be p. lat to whseataevTi Et
theyare to travel "t
paper,. Grenada ... .Li TfT Jsx",a Heraaado
tx. ' ' .: a
EAST AND NORTH.
toPHIS AND CHARLESTON
R A I JL M
RAILROAD eouneciioa d,act ricra MfcJiFHia t,,
Nrw Tort Pailid.nh.. r.... V"3
Jfcfmond. ChariwtJi,. aUsaviTaaT 'IHn
v V i TKKETS Sum! t. foTsawtaa ,,.
Na.hitie, Cht'anutE. toe, .1 ri... Points :
ton, AUanta. il'rLtU' . ' Wumm.
Savannah. " """' M' -.Macoa and
'IHKOCGU TO XASUVILXE IX
ThroaahTKkKOneeattlie Cumaereiai Mot L
Ttck is alwjyk good.
ERN and ATLANTIC CITIE , uaTrfr. .n":
and e atety direct and. xpeditk-us wliTrTrLJ, Jfa mi
aP"- IheatieaMo-, ofst In- w
Merchaifts is a led to this r.at.. WUg m J'"
more expedjliotts. than an. other h"p 404
.uiuuaa raiea arui owanecU - a nt.MW
The ADAMS EIPaESS riiunixi
tion with ibis line " wtacoacca-
TheTHRoFGU MAILTRAIN leave. Memau n s tt w
i 7 o clock a m s as .m.,. aU DAILT,
as.w.rd ai-d We i..h ii.T. ai2Z with
Chattaaooga Rallrud .t St. . - . ?hvibe and
Centra, Railroad to Holly SortT' oL''.''"'
ton Jackson, Ac, Ay:. ' ""r"',a caa-
Also connects at Grand JunetUn atatiaa m
ee Central Railroad u lu,,,, ,T wtlhTKlMa-
Also connect, at Pocahontas With fn-wii. r .
Coaches to Ripley. Pontotoc aJl1 7? TJneof
Mississippi. ' voiarabos,
Urxe,) tor Junctk-n with the Mbsjasiafd C n'ni
acssee Central Pjtraad. "KSr.0. '' Tea-
Staitons. ttterme iut
Baggage checked to all I til tens en the K.ihw ...
rio Bazsrase wilt h. ..rzr. . .w K"va, aa4
Each Tnassene,; .7"'
the person ot the a.i.V- '".Dot Wcident to
pany will bold themselves resooasihiV Voa'
exceeding $100. tespoasible for aa aaonnt not
Passengers are requested to parthase tw-v... v.
tertng the car,, and save payaroltfare.'0"
Negroes, when traveling alone ma.t t,T , .
mins the point to which tart!. inalt' n
that they .re to trav iTra f?', "d
ill tKi" w, f HI them,- awulTfe"'
ceived on the ca s,
oruess lOelr vKBer r .
or known to the
I ket Agent aa4 Cobwhv ; v"
persvn to vouch for genmaen.sa of prmtt
sep2I GenerlSaperlnteadeat, nU.'t3'Ala.
Superintendent of Tran.portatlon M.uIj
For Baltimore, bTasbinston, New
Diret5t Tlirough Line for the East!
Baltimore and Ohio
THIS Ron runs from Wheeling to BalUtnoro tz-9
miles,) and to Wa.-hlagtoo. (tto m.iTTr' .
the tallest advaatages both as a freht and rjasensie
line. It runs through wild aad romantic rroonVT, hi
AHeghenies; and ; betag Udlv 0 ,!
ojulpped and carefully managed. u une or Ihe m01 1 , ri
tractive and safest Railroad, in the Cait-auto. ThT
Central Ohio Ballroad, from Coiumbas iBd.'Esievri. ,1
SvT roii with "
The 0.1LT Taaouon Tickets itiom MEsirHi.
Locisville ana St. Louis to tb k . .. ..''
I TBOfOLls, are sold by tbta read, w&kb raw tfuecftr
WWuhlnzun without Ih. d.. ...TT alrrrl- U
' --j v iiactaUig BrOvIn 51' 1
more. It 1 also the only ium bv vh,-h k ".
checked to Washington from ihe Ohio river
J3By the MAIL ROUTE IIUBl Utant.,' r.t. .v .
" - v " oauroaa m Ciocia-
natl, where they arrive so aa to connect with the carVof
Utile Miami Railroad for Columbe,, cjnt
W,1thC.Cti0tliCKiUruiJ' taroo NewarTarriZaMl!
viHe to Whetag. By the express train of ihTs rST
the time from Cteetaaatl to Baltimore and to Washington
Is less than 27 hoars. M
aSAoTte10 "k 131 tKteU T aad Oh
S3-Pa.seagsrs from Memphis going ii through St
Loats, caaTsaTThreagh TKteU bT ik, h.i., '
Railroad. This route lays through Vtaceanw.TmaHaato!
IMlanapotls, etc.. to Wheeimg. arer ,B. new o",
Mississippi and eonaaectlng Roads. These eoaaectteca
are all direct, aad ihe time from at 1,11 .SS!
ur Washington is bat about hours. nrSitV.
',. i' """u tie: rTum St. Louis to
Baltimore $25; to WaahlBgton $2S.
At Wheeling tbe pas.engrr takaa tfc -
the Baltimore aad Ohio Railroad, whu-h .V . 01
daily forBalUmore, Washington. PhiladetahuTaad vw
geaeral comfort, this road la second to non ta the rr'niTT
FREIGHTS. -This comnaav m.L .1-
eqalpmentof any Railroad tn the Unltod State, 75 la
The road make, immediate connection af the whTrrT. J
In the street, of Baltimore with the r,ii.j .ZLV.rrr
phU and New Tork, steamers .f Eneasoa aad BaltT
MOSI STEAJtsmr Uses, by Canal aad Sea toVew
Tork. aad by cewMerchanto' aad Miners' Lice to Bo-,tco
steamera to Norfolk, Charleston. Savannah, ie S
particulars, see freight tariff. oobIm of m,h ' 'v. C .
ot the Forwarding Houses tn the West, oro' J B FoanT
Receiving aad Forwardlmr Arrni .t nrhx, " UJLU
- - - .. .... m..
. . 3 WOUBS1DE,
Master ot Transponanon. Baltimore
THROUGH TICKETS, a lowlnr th, rij.,.
any point, and resume their teat, at
purch-wi at the Ompany's Office- . ,s jTbLJZ
.? . " h"-f ihocomm rclal Hole Merathle.
j--.T WMMORIN Ageht.
NEW DRU STOKE.
() " a Pe,,ure ia tatormm; the ci txtas of
frS Memphis sad the public geaerally that we hate rs
XM 5 onr tx of Drugs to Ihe corner orMain and
cjsV Uaioa streets, and will take r,i.ne.'i?
ia.iussllwhomsyfavo- us with a can.
We are also la receipt ot a full snpHrof fresh and gen
uine Drugs, Chemicals Fsints, OHs, Perfumery, Ac
Particular attention paid to filling of Prescriptions at
all hours of day asd night
T JOTNES A CO.
CORNER OP CHICKASAW ASD JACKSO-Sm
DEALJR In Ale. Farter Cider and Wines of all klnda,
manuf actaredby the most celebrated estatllsh eat,
la the Ualted Slates. For sale, Wholesale or RetaH.
From my long experience In the business (twelve years cf
which has been la the city of Memphis) I fix tr mvself
with the guaraaty I have had from my old costrmera
tbat my exertions haveben appreciated by theu.
HOME FORTY OR FIFTY AC CLI
MATED COTTON NEGROES
FROM the State of Georgia, consisting cf J
raen. women, boys ana girls. Amcng then :
are Sim vey likely famines In a few'
days we Intend to concentrate our sorcbases'
frum K-ntnrkr and Virginia to this point, and siv. ther
buyers of this country an opportunity of Investing their
raney In food Negroes. Give us a call before mating
your purchases. -raari3-3m
,BOUON. DICKIN3 if CO
FIFTT barrels PowdaredsndiOrusfced Ssgars, for sal.
by mam HANCOCK, CLARK kCO.