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BY M'CLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN.5 FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 22, .18.57-.
VOL. VHI NO. 54.
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IfeCLANAHAN. HTITTON &. CO.
"TAK. SACXBKRS' o!ce at J. 31. Sledge Co.
Seore. near the Post Office.
E. . e. EAKAE C. K.M0XT.
L.A31AR & MOTT,
ATTORNBTS AT LAW, HeUy Springs, Uisilsslppl.
G. '.V. TRUE HEART,
ATTOKKKr AND COONSELOR AT LAW, Memphis
Tert. OOce in 3Toby it Hunt's new Biees, up
stein, Fre4 Raw. Refer to B. if. Appereon & Oa., ami
V. B. Miller. api-2m
1IOCTOII IV. C. CATEiVAOGH,
rA vljfti Berai.wsiuy lecatee. in Aiempbis, oners eis
serrtee is an thebranches of bis protessian to the
1 otV HaaaaU and rictnity.
rasTMalBiMieet, (West side.) between Adantsand
gtaa sereeU, to StereBeec'j BeiMings. apt V3m
Or. U. t,. LASGLI,
LATE ataff Thj ttclaa aad Director of several ITospHals
loGaiBSoay, B-nber of dlArent Medici Societies
la New Terr, has leeated rn the city of Memphis, and af
ters bis serriaes to the pablic as Physician, . Acooaeber,
aad Jar an aparatlans in Sirgery.
S3 OBce oa Waahlngton street, between Main and
DRS. MOOR3IAX & BROWX.
OFPlCBaa Adams street, in rear of Jones, Brown k
Oa., an Halo street. Dr. Metrman'e resldeaM 00
' EdaN street, between Vance and EUtett streets.
WA. SOMONDS, M. D , (Uteof HofViBSville, Ky.)
Hameapetbic and Hydropathic Physictan, tenders
Me pref esianal serrUes to the citizens of Ueaphls.
HeeMesee liadleen street, nex, to tie Planing Mill.
O0ee Xaafeaa street, adjoining the Advocate Oee.
Balers ta MeOambs Je. Trio J. Tortin k San, W J.
Parle aad W. K. MUton. mar22-6m
W. . WEATKERFORD,
COWN3BtOKAT LAW, and Real Bstate Agent. Napo.
lean. As k.
Rafar to A. Wright. Zsq., aad Cot. R. G. Payne, Hem
pkis ; Jadge R. L Oaratbers, Sopreine Oowrt ; K. G.
KasHma, Frj., Nashrine; Major G. A. Heary, Clarke
TiOo,Ta , as Gen. T. B. Floor noy, Deiha 00., Ark.
CHAS. D. FONTAINE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fob to toe. Miss., wlH attend
. strictly to all professional bailees which maybe
eatrasted to btm In any of the Courts of North Missis
ssapl. feb!7 ly
J. A. MOON,
1 TTORNEY AT LAW, General CoHeetiBg and Land
Agents, far the Northern and Eastern Ooastka of
Afkaasas, DB6 ARC, ARK.
I O. RITES,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Tean. Oar3 In the Post tMftce BatWmg.
AH bosineas eatrested te bis care will receive prompt
astd faKfefat etteetion. CoUectioBS promptly made In the
sarraaadtag oewtles of West Tennessee, Ml&slselppl and
DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, SR., haa retarned to his old
hamettoad sear Memphis, aad reopened his Ihflrm
aiy, aBd wM TeaatB permanently. He treats the t ellow
Bg Oaraatc Diseases : Caaeers, Scroffula, Whl e Swells g,
Tamers aad Wens, without Surgical operations. He also
treats al Cerente Female dlases. Sores of long standing,
Waiter. RheamaUset, Syphilis, aad aR forms of Mercurial
Dr. G. deems It Baaeeessary te say more, as be has Ut
bx wMaesses ef Ms succecs from Maine to Oregon.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
G-oz2.oza3. Trre-re.cT. Lgoxat.
TTTIT.L attend personally to lee locatlBg of Swamp Land
V Sertp and Warrants In the Jacksonport and Helena
Dietrtets, seSHs: Land and paying Taxes.
B. Graham, Kempbls.Tean.; A. a. Haey, Little Rock;
R. 0. Brsakley, " MaJ T. Mall, MUs.;
W. M. PatweH, " J. Norton & Co., N. O.;
y. Lane h. Oo , " J. A. Rousseau, LaGrasge,
M. P. CooHdge. Hetena, ; Tens ;
MyrMefc Moore. " W. E. Batts, LawrenefrlBe,
A Bra Pair, " Pa ,
O. W. Beard, Jacksonport; Pool it WatsonJackfonpart
R. . PAYNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Tean. OfSeeln the
. Part OCloe BatMiag, Jetlerson street. mar21-dly
J. A. ANDERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Memphis, Term. OOce In
Walker's BatldtDg, over Mansfield's Drrrz Store,
Mais street. JsnlO-ly
dr. vrai. HEWITT
WILL praeMee raeaietBe, on the principle that there is
good ba aM systems, and none all sufficient. Offico
eaJeeersan street, la the Past Office BnHdlr, second
dear (an the Past Office. Residence on the corner of
Heraaaaa aad EfieW streets.
Gel. J. B. Staateu. N. Adams, Esq., Haywnod coarrty.
Rer. P. B. Btand, Dr. J. B. Madia, Fayette county.
K. SeoecrHK Htq., F P. MacUa, Esq., Tipton county.
J. L. Wit, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
SMITH P. BANKHEAD,
AS30RNET AT LAW, Memphis, Term. Office In the
Pest OSes Block, over AydieH & Co., third story.
R. F. L.OONEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. OOea arer C, W. Cherry 4
. WXCXERSHAM. .................. .ED. A. BEECIIER.
TTICRERSHAM & BEECHER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Offlce,
, No. 21 Jefferson streeW janl-tf
B.. r. RienARDS0N..w. w. wheatlet..!;. A.n 00s.
Richardson, TFhcatley & Hijjfjs,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office on the 'corner ot Second
and GoBrt streets, Memphis, Tenn ocll-ly
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Tean. OSlce, south side of Court Square, one door
west ef Wallace's Auction House, up stairs.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Oovlagtan, Tenn. All builr.em
.entrasted to his care will receive prompt attentic t.
ATT0RNET AT T.iW, Memphis, Tean. Offlce on east
side ef Main street, between Jefjerson and Adams.
Refer to T. Titus, XcEwen, Harris k McNeill, J. D.
Wkaismi, V. B. Miner and Kile Oweu, Mompbia, Tenn.;
Moon, Titos k Co., New Orleans. Janl4-U
Citj' Auction Rooms, No. 29 Front Row
L. JOHNSON & CO.,
G. VT. UANNA and J0HK WINS'. Sale-racn.
WOU1J) retpecttally inform the citizens of Mempmi,
tbat the; bave opened Jilt day, atXo. 29 Front Row,
A GENERAL AUCTION DEPOT,
And are bow prepared to offtr oncscal facilities to parties
baring Vereaandise, Real Bt4ate or Negroes to dispose tf.
We will bare daily f ala at ocr store, and are ready to
attend sales in any part of tbe city and country far a rery
We will efTct sales at private sale on cocimlsslen for
any defcriptien of real or personal property.
We wHI keep a Begister at onr Sales Room for Real Es
tate for Sale, Lease or Rent and Negroe. far sale or hire.
Adrascea in Cash made en any decenptionof property,
V. . S . HISS,
WHOLESALE DEALER IX
BOOTS, SIIOES, LE1TIIER FINDINGS,
No. 262 Main street,
(DP-STAIRS. OVBR LOCKK'S AUCTION ROOM,) '
HAS jat recelred sixty cases staple Boots and
1 Uw arhlrh will be Mid aa low as the came ar
ticle conld now be mrcnasea lor r.t&i. Also a
lot of choice Leather, which will be sold very
I will pay the blgheat cash prkes for Hides, Sheep
skins, Furs. P. Hry. Tallow. 3es wax, &c ap30-l rn
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
TrGnks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c.
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL.
BT late arrivals, we are In receipt of all kinds of Boots,
Shoes and Hats, thit are new and desirable, making
one of the largest and best flock 1 of one cnttoni- made
work fur retail trade to be f jnixl In Memphis. Prices
wfltt be low fer cash. Call and see.
HICKS, TKBRT & ANDERSON,
No. 245 Main atreat,
mar25-dly Opposite Conrt Square, Memphis.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
sfc- OCR strock in the whviesaie aepartmeni
ar I 1. uv lrr. mnA mmnwl. In wltith we rft. 9aV
kjepectfolly call the attention of Merchants
""oBly. Those boying for caeh. or satisfactory pa
per, at short dates, win nod ilia meir interest 10 give
ns a call before mating their purchases.
3" Wholesale Rooms p stairs.
HICKS, TKJ1RT & ANDERSON,
jvo. u Jiain street,
ap3-dawly Opposite Conrt Snare, Memphis
B. w. Mortnit....
.D. a. WARD.
1IORRIS fc WARD,
CASH DEALERS IN
3Poxoisx3. c X3 0223.0 ratio
IP M 5 '6? O O DS
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c,
AO. 295 MjIIN STREET,
(One door south of Monroe,)
apS-Jm MEMPHIS, TENN.
..J. J. JEKNT
JAMES BORO & CO.,
NO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW. MEMPHIS, TENN.
J. B. SHAEPE,
,yo. 25 Naauon-u., tavsecn front now ana juotn,
WOULD respect fully inform the merchants or Mem.
phis and surronnJlrtg country, that he has perma
nently local" d bis Agency f.-r the tale of all grades of Vir-
gio'ia Tobacco, and intends to keep constantly on band a
turned from the cities of Virginia, where he established
stock eqaal to the demand, at mannfactnrers' prices.
Being fully able to compete with the New York, Balti
more, Cindunati and New Orlesns markets, he invite
the attention of all dealers In tte above article to hi?
lock before purchasing elsewhere.
apxi oawom . -p. amari..
MR. MILTON MCKNIGHT, late cf New Orleans, ha
become associated with ns in the Grocery and Com
ratssion Business dating from be 1 ft Inst. The style of
the firm will hereafter be GATED, WOOD 2t MCKNIGHT
Memphis, Feb. 10, 1S67. GATES X WOOD.
S. M. GATES.. ...... A. M. WO0D.......M. M'ENIGHT.
GATES, "WOOD & McKNTGHT,
Grocers, P r o d u e c
NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHIS.
A GENTS natard rowder Company ; Coalers' Whltr
j Lead and Oil Company, St.
Iuls; for sale of Llr
EXC0URAGE HOME lKDUSTRT.
HUBER & WINIiELMANN,
Maiii-t., 3d Door below Union,
, ARE prepared to fill all ordera in the
House Carpentering acd Furclturc busl-
Rerjalrinc and Varnishing executed In
the best style. We warrant all work done in our shop,
G irevs acaH. feb7-lm
J. C, JAOOBJI & CO.,
(No. 32SMain, bet. Union and Gayoso-sts.,)
Importers and Ulannfactnrcrs ol
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGARS AM) TOBACCO.
CONSTANTLY on hand, a large assortment of the rsosl
farortte brands, at moderate prices.
J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE ARD RETAIL
O'C M JR SI , .
AND DEALERS IS ALL KINDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner at Main and Unlou Sis.,
HAVE always cn hand a well and carefully selected
stock ef articles In their line, which they will sell at
the lowest current prices.
EJ- Ordsrs promptly filled with dispatch.
47 apoaoaxTT jrto"w,
JOHN B. BOTTO,
BOOT AND SHOE
MAX Xj F ACT V IV E 1 ,
No. 6G Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
KEEPScenstanUyon haad, BOOTS and
SHOES, of his own make, also ot other
manefaeturers. Hekvps also, Leather,
'Sots and Urrjer. Calf Skins. French and
American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va
lises, all of which bo wTl sell as cheap as any In this
market. Give him a call before purchasing elsewhere.
I. L. BEASEET A. W.E0TIB8.
BEASL.EY & tOYING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Gr onoral Grzr o o o r 4
NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock ef Rope and Bagging always on hand.
Charges fifty cents per bale, all other Produce at
usual raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, end prompt
remltance. All Produce Insured, unless otherwise In
structed. ang20 dawly
T.J. DAVIDSON. ....? . EELI3.......A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON EACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
A'o 219 Afaiit Sfrwf, Eail tide oef tcfrn Jefferton and
Aiant, tlcnphit, Tenn.
OPE. Bagging and Plantation Supplies always ca
, . A .
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAVINGS BASK & EXC11AXGE OFFICE,
No. 26 Madison Street.
THIS Institution, baring been organized under a charier
crantedby the General Assemb.'y of the State of Ten
nessee, Is now ready for business. The Directors for the
ensuing year are : .
PRANK M. WHITE, AUG'ST M. FOUTE, Pret't.
O. J. SELDBN, E. M. AVERY, Cashier.
n the charter, married women and children may de
posit all sums 01 not lets than $1 per week, subject only
to their control. Interest allowed on alt deposits for
mora than four months, at six per cent. per annum. Ex
change on New York and New Orleans. Collections made
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Teas., v. iw, aoo. ij
r.M. C0PELASD. C -W. EDMONDS. E. W, CALDWELL
COPELAND, EDMONDS & CO.
Dealers In Plna 1 WHOLESALE ( Store and Sell
Lignors & C'gars
my8-tf J'J1 PRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
f. F0WLKES S. C. MOUNT.. ..T. J. TOWEKES,
FOWIuKES, MOUNT & CO.,
Cotton Fa ctors,
P03T OPPICK BUILDING, JEFPERSON-St.,
OT0RK COTTON In a Fite-Proof Warehonie. Inm-
O rarce 25 ner cent lei's than any home in the city.
E3Cotton in store placed trader insurance nuieas m
atrncted to thecontranr.
Cotton cons lira ed to us on gwa steam, tei ana
flatboats covered by our open policy of insarance, unless
otherwise exnres sed in lace of BUI of Lading.
rs- Orders for BAUUlu, BurK akii ruri
TION SUPPLIES solicited from onr patrons.
Arentsfor the tale of the celehratrd Frcminm Tay-
lar Cotton Gin," mannfactured by demons, Brown k.
Co.. coinmnns. Georgia.
We hare snpplies of rations sues in store, ana win
take nleamre In ahowiSE them to tbota in want of a
Gin. Planters wonld d well to call and examine thete
ftlna before nnrchaslnr elsewhere:
We esteem them the best Gin we haTe erer sen In
qualities moet desirable, vii: speed, light draught and
making a superior sample or union.
myI4-om (UiibiJ.3, buu.m. w.
E. STEWART. Wit. E. STEWART.
JA9. W. E1NO.
M C. EtNO.
STEWART, KING & CO.,
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
NO. FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
-y-iEKLING nrofoundly grateful to onr many kind friends
JC who, during our brief engagement in the above busi
ness, have extended 10 us ineiriiDerai ana ge.creu. pa
trosaee. we now take measure in oaerine to them and
the public generally, large assortment .r GROCERIES
of ire best quality ana at tne mren raca inai can oe
had in the city, and with a extermination to give t an,
faction, we tender to the nub.lc our serrices in thevarl
ons duties Indicated In the above card; hoping by atrlct
adherence to the legitimate principles ef our business to
merit a continuation of that patronage heretofore so lib
1-erally bestowed upon us. a , K. 00
MR. O. 0. BOONE, late ot Loclsr.lle, Ky., has become
associated with us In the Grocery and Commission
Business, dating from the 1st Instant,
MASON, NOUYEL.L. & BOONE,
Commission & Forwarding aiercnaats,
No. 161Main-St., Memphis, Tenn.
BAGGING, Rope, Jeans, Llnseys, anda general atock of
Plantation Suppuea constanuyon nana. ap-ja
E. St. ArPERS0N....C. DELOACH....D AT ID ADAMS.
E. M. APPERSON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants
AN DEALERS IN
BAGGING,BOPE, GROCERIES, &c,
JiO. tSFROXTROir, end 6 JEFFERSOtT-ST ,
T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
X Selling Cotton.
PRATT'S COTTON GINS.
WE are Agents for tho sale ot D. PRATT'S celebrated
COTTON GINS which hare been to favorably known for
the last number of years. Persons wishing to purchase
are requested to call and examine them.1' All Glas are
sold under a full guaranty.
nr! Mm X. M. APPERSON & CO.
53- Holly Springs, Miss., Times ; Greneda, Miss., Re
publican; ranoia, aiiss., star, iiuourin., jiia., auvu
cate; Tnscnmbla, Ala- Enquirer; BrtwasrlUe, Tenn.,
Journal, copy six months, end sen bids to this offlce.
A. -IO. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Succeuori to Potcell fr Co.,)
COIiSTIISSION MLERCH ANTS,
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
S. WILDS VERNON,
VT. A. BETAS,
a. N. BRYAN,
Late of LtGrange, Tenn.
n. C. WILLIAMS.
Late of Panola, Miss, j
"VERNON, BRYAN & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission ana
Ne. c Front Row, tnr Meaeham fc Gaibralla's,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping aad
Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per kale.
53" All cotton sent to us wui oe covcrru j muiooe,
unless otherwise Instructed. aug22
WARDLAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD.
W. BIOWAK & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
Je orsvarumtr inertJiiuiii.s,
"SO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Rigging, Ropo, 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 cow oa hand, and tor sale at reasonable prices.
J3Csh advances made on Cottons In store for sale or
ahlpment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Oar Open Policy of Insurance covert all Cotton con
signed to us by water; also, the rlskot Fire while In
store, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the same as we have charged tor
years past dftr cents per bale. Iuly20
BENJ. H1L1D.. ........ M. REID
B. REID & BRO.,
Cotton F a c tors
NO. 35 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALL Cotton sent to our address Insured, urdess Instruc
tions to the contrary are recelred. Plantation
orders filled with care. Store and Sell Cottsn at fifty
cents per bale. dec2-tmy!7
T P. ATDLETT..
P. AYDL.ETT & CO.,
NO. 88 GRAYIER-ST., NEV7 ORLEANS.
NO, 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash advances on all Cotfon or other Pro
duce shipped to T. P Aydlf tt &. Co., New Orleans.
CUDDY, BEOWN & GO.,
36 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
CASH advancea made on alf Cotton or other Produce
consigned as above, by MILES OWEN.
B. ISGREII It,
No. 5 Monroe Street, feeL Front Row &Main,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and ahlpment ot
Cotton and other Prednce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices. oct28
T. B. NORMENTj
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, 17 1-2, Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand.
EELIX WALKER,. ......N. C, SNIDER,
New Orleans, La. Ooffeerllle, Miss.
WALKER & SNIDER,
No. 123 Canal Street,
JnlylB-dawly . NEW ORLEANS, LA.
factors, taJxe NTotloo.
THE undersigned hating leased the spacious Cotton
Warehouse corner of Monroe and Third streets.
lately occupiid by Messrs. Chapman & Go., are prepared
to Store Cotton, WhUkyJfBslt, Sugar and Merchandise
generally, upon faroratle terras.
fe6I-6m W. B.tsUNMIS at cu.
ISAAC NETILE ,....A. J. CUNNINGHAM,
NEVlJLli & CUNNINGHAM,
DEALEES IN SLAVES
No. 174 Main Street, three doors North of Adams.
we hare thirty-fire likely Negroes for sale,
and will keep constantly on hand a go1"! sup
ply of likely NegToes, corslHIng of men, boys.l
.nd eirls. field hands and house servants all,
rf which will b I sold on reasonable terms, and fully guar-
We will also Board and Sell Negroes,
beln well provided for that business.
PHUilPS & WHITE'S
No. 233 Main Street.
WE Inrlte attention to our large. .. m svims, ".
Summer Goods, which we are selling and intend to
sell cheap for cash.
rHin?3 fc WHITE.
No. 79 Front Row,
MANUFACTORERS OF CL0TI11SG,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
Bry Goods, Boots & Shoes,
ARE just receiving and epeaing a ipieauiu as.oiuucui.
, Qn,i Rnmmfr Goods, to which they call the
tespectal atfntloa of Country Merchants and Hirer Tra-
to tindereen & gooamany. neaso cm uu scb.
NELSON & NEWELL.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
OLD BOURBON AND U1E W11ISK1,
a t .T7fr jFoxi.rx,ji:xi, autc.
Domestic Liqnors and KecUiied Whislcj',
MAIN STREKT, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF UNION,
HAVE In Store ,
4 half plpea Otard, Tnpny k Co., Brandies;
2 " pinet,liastiuoai.oJriiuiw,
8 qr. pipes ' " '
6 " " Henersey,
10 " casks Pert Wine
8 " Mad "
4 " " Old Sherry Wins ;
lOObbls. Old Bourhcn Whisky;
60 " " Rye "
200 Rectified "
100 cases Ginger Wins;
300 bi Is Alt ;
300,000 assorted Cigars ;
Tneether with a larce and Tarled assartment of gcods
In our line, to which the attention mist traae is irsprci.
fully solicited. ap30-d3m
J. P. PEESCOTT & CO ,
SOAP AND CANDLES,
Foot of Jefferson Street,
WK also keep on hand curroi skeu oil, wnicn we
guaranty to answer all purposes for which Lard
Oills'used. "We hare cert locates from competent Judges
to this effect. We can sell It fen percent cheaper than
Lard Oil. apaa-3m
Sorinsr ami Slimmer
mrrc anbicrlber ukes nleasure In announclug to his
1 friends and the nubile genera It. tbst be has Just
openeu his Isrge and carefully selected stock of bTAPLB
ami FANCY HOODS suiwa to me spring aaa oummcr
seasons, which are cn aale low to cash or prompt paying
customers. Forth ladies Eugenia, jiarsareiie, uren
adlne. Organdy. Braze and Muslin Robes; beautiful
plain and fancy Poult de Loi, Organdies, Lawns, Berages.
iriKiins. Ginghams and Prints; Tlch Lace, Silk, and
Embral. ered Swiss Mantles ; sets Honlton, Maltese. Point
and Muslin Sleeves and Collars; Bugle, Glmpure, Thread
and ether Laces; Fringes, R moons, uress trimmings,
Gloves, Hosiery, Skirts of all kinds, Ladlss' Umbrellas
and Parasols, etc.
A large lot of Ready Made Clothing, Cloths, Caslmeres,
TtviL. Shoes. Mats. Osnaburgs. bleached and brown
Shlrtlnga and Shcetlnfs, Linens, Linen Drills, Cotton-
ades, and In a werd every thing in me cry gooas line.
Conntrr Merchants are offtrrd great Inducements.
Call and examine my stock. No charge for ehowlDg
goods A- 0. BLAIR,
ap9-tf ."O. Jliin airee-, weafc me.
JLatest Arrivals 2 !
ttK are now In receipt of a largo portion of our bsan
W tlf ul and magnificent Spring atock of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
Consisting In part ot
BERAGE and ORGANDBE ROBES,
LACES, of erery variety,
EXQUISITE LACE SETTS and EMBROIDERIES, ef
erery description all latest styles.
A general ana comp eic assortment 01 jriamcrB- uoous.
Gents Cloths: Plain and Fancy CJ&slmeres and Vestlngs,
of the most approved patterns ; Men and Boys' Furnish
ing Goods; Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes; Trunks, Va
Uses, Carpet Bags, Carpeting and Matting; and in addl-
tlcn, all articles asuauy Ktrpt iu oar uuv. au wirnu
we propose selling rery low for cash.
Give us a call, and we pledge ourselves you shall havr
good Goods, and at the lowest market prices.
March IB. furis a. jitwa.
3" offorsson Stroot,
ft the house occupied formerly by Mr Thompson,
HAS Just rstnrred with the finest and best
stock ot rents' and ladles' BOOTS and SHOES,
wh.ch, being selected eiprcssly for this market,
he warrants for durability and lato style.
At the same time, he te- ders his thanks to bis old pa
trons for past favors, and hopes for a liberal patronage In
the new stand just removed to, where he will be always
ready to-attend to any work in his Hue at the earliest no
tice. An esrly call Is sjllctted.
arS-3m WM. MILLER.
$3-Bulletln please copy.
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c.,
NO. 298 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,.
Druggists and Apothecaries,
JUoin frf, next door to Odd Fellows' Hall.
PORE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
t i v.mti oils. Window Glass. Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandios ana wines.
Every article sold by us warranted as represented,
snsjecL to oe returnea at ooropenw. jujjj-tr
BBEATHETT R STONER.
L THOMPSON & CO.,
(SYCCESSORS TO E. R. RACINE,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Fine YaniUcs, Wines,
Havana Cigar s
ARB THE riNESTtltJAEITT Or
JEFFERSON STREET, (Bre'athett tt StonerU Building,)
uetween Asia mu orwuu,
TUST RECEIVED Brandies, Henry Mounle A.Co.,1310;
J Old CastUlou, 1S15 ; Old Lamonde, 1S20;
Old Rocbell, aud ain-irent Drauaings.
Wines, Chsmpagne and ClaretT
Old South sldeMaderla.Topas Sherry;
Champagne, Fleur de Bougy, Criam do ;
Cretcent, Olivier, Old Cbampertln Bergundy ;
Old Vleux Caps Sparkling Bergundy ;
Clarets, Cbataux Margeaux, Latour Glass Stopper;
Lafite, St. Estphe, and other brands, too numerous
Scotch Ale, London Porter ; , -
Paner Grccerles. fcc. ke. feb25-d6m
r Tloliv Sorings Democrat copy three months, and
send hill to this odea for collection.
A. STREET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OP ALL KINDS OP
RAILROAD CARS, CARTS,
Poplar, between Main and Second Streets,
agl2 MEMPHIS, TBNI.
LatMs SMi SklKgles.
BOGERT k WITT are still making Laths, and are always-prepared
te supply the public with the best ar
ticle at reduced prices. They are also making Shingles,
and will keep a supply constantly on hand. Mill on Wolf
river,' abere the Bayou. July" 19, '66-ly
JOHN E. HTDE ..ALEX. MACACLAT,
JOHN E. HYDE & CO.,
CoMmissIoa & Forwarding Merchants.
AGENTS FOR THE
Memphis and New Orleans Packet Line,
Oox, J3zr 1 Tt rt Tc3L sdEs Co.'s
Tlirougk Line f New Orleans,
MOBILE AND ALABAMA RIVER PACKETS,
No. 66 Poydras Stroot,
SEVT ORLEANS, LA.
"PARTICULAR and personal attention given to the For-
JL warding ot Goods.
Keferencei Messrs. MrCombs k Trice, Hancock,
Clarkfc Co, Larallette, Shirley A. Co., J. J. Murphy,
B.tf., Chas Potter Capt C. B. Church, J. J. Rawliags,
W. a. EAWTON,..'. C. M. BREAKER,
Fremerly of LawtonvlUe, S. C Of Charleston, S. C,
LAWTON & CO.,
Upland and Sea. Island
COTTON AND RICE FACTORS,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants,
NO. 3S EAST BAY AND BOTCB k CO.'S WHaRP4
CHARLESTON, S C.
WILI, sell Cottcn, Rice, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Naval
8 ores, &C
Having au experience of twenty five years In business,
we guarantee satisfaction to all who patronise us.
Prompt, personal attention given to tbe-forsrardlng'
REFERENCES Hon . K. v. Trevllle, EiEInt. Ger.;
J. H. Shepherd, Esq , of the Ann of Shepherd & Me
Crary; Jas. Tupptr, Esq,, Master In Eeity; Hen. W.
J. Grayion, Ex-Collector and Kt-M. C, Charleston, S.
C. Rev. n. D. Duncan, Gen. L. M Ayer, Barnwell, S.
O. Gov. C. J McDonald, Judge T Stock., Georgia. . K.
G. Jaudon. Esq., Dr. R. G. Mays, Florida. .Joseph
Ejjnsey, Esq., Tean. W. J- Davis, Memphis, Tenn.
C. N. AVEEILL,
Receiting,' Forwarding and Carnimssion
A. Gr E jST T'-5
(SCCCESSOR TO T. STERH0DSE & SO.,)
NO. 4 HATNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
REFERENCES Jahn Caldael, Presidents. C.-R. R.,
Columbia, S C; Col. J. A. Wbiteeides, and H. W.
Massensale-, Chattanooga, TV no ; Grr.;w. WiH tarns k
Co., Charleston, S C ; Chas. N. Anderson, Gtneral
Agent.Nakhville, Tenn.; Wrd. Taj lor & Co., Mentgsm-
Vartlrular attention given to the SETTLEMENT of
FREIGHTS, and tor lost and damaged Goods by vessels.
SAM'.L MATTHEWS iSOiS,
GeneroZ Jgtnlt to- Buy, Sell and Locate Zand
tn the Mississippi Jioltom.
PARTICULAR attention is paid te the sslectian of
COTTON PLANTATIONS -rem the InternU Im
provement and Chickasaw Scheol Lands.
Several years experience enables them to give satisfac
tion. Terms easy.
Address "Pleaiant Mount, Panola coenty. Miss."
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL
C. I.' & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPEHS OE ALIs KINDS, -
i.H Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
H. FITZ0ERALD...CHA8. C. BILE..J. WOODWORTH.
51. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Successors to Park, Simpton 4 Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
No. 82 Front How, Memphis,
C. F. M. ROLAND.
IVOIiANB & CO.,
REFER TO 3. Knox Walker, Miles Owen and Capt,
Charley Church. feb7-tf
13-News, Enn nirer ana Fowiset' Express copy till
.......R. J. LANSING.
ALEX AND EB
NOS. 63 AND 63 LOCUST STREET,
&axxt Louis, IVXo.
J. J. Murphy, Memphis; Coo k Co., Memphis;
Harnett Sc. Walker, " Todd k Goyer, "
CharlesPotler, " febS6m
BRADY & DAVftES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
main street, Louisville, K.y.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope, Bag
ging, Jeans, Llnseys, &c. Jan23-ly
A. O, SMITH.. ..B. F. GUTHRIE. ...GEO. J. ROWLAND.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AOENTS FOR TnE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
Ifo. 064 MalnStreet, between Second and Third,
Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
C. H. HARTET a. B. HARTET.
C. Mj, HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. .
OUR personal attention iKgutv
will be given to theSileor tjtwAti
rtK"Produce censlcned to onr"
s address. We will contract Freight on the
above tor re-shlpment either by sail or steam Teasels, at
We have had several years' experience In our market
In the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
REFER TO cook & Co., j. c. GrlSlng St Bro . Speed
at Strange, Hannah & Shanks. decl2-ly
$rx foant Sloans, t-
P. H HEINEIOH&BEO.,
29.7 avryxaxr srjETL2i:Ti;'x".
WHOLESALE and retail dealers in Fancy acd Plain
Candles, Cakes, Piutts, Preserves, Jellies, etc- We
hare fitted up our fine
ICE CREAM SALOON.
and are nc-r ready to s:rve the cooling luxuries to al! that
giro ns a call. myl2-dim
OPENING OF THE MAMMOTH
:CE CREAM SALOON,
Odd FellowB' Hall.
- RnnPO (St.. l..imr. In 3nnAnnrht,tntili nitmn.
jLi and the public in general tbat he has at a great
expense procured the above place, and is now ready to
serve the cooling Injuries for which everybody knows he Is
famous. To add to the entertainment ot the public he
has engaged the celebrated Mechanics' Brass Band.
ray 1 0-2 w
ICE CREAM SALOON !
BEGS leave to Inform the Ladles and Gentlemen of
Memphis and Its vicinity that he has now opened
his newly fl'ted up ICE CREAM SALOON, la his new
brick building on Madiscn street, where be will be pleased
to see his o'd customers, and the public in general.
13" Always on hand, every variety of Confectioneries.
He will also furnish Wedding Parties and Balls at the
shortest notice. JOSKPIT SPECUT.
WORSIIAM HOUSE CONFECTIONER!.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tlie tVor-
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
end Dry Fruits, Fruits In their own Juice. Jellies.
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pieties, cordials, byrnps, fine Wines, Brandies, all
in connection with this establishment, I have fitted up
ICE CREAM SALOON,
For the accommodation of cttixens and Ihe visiting public.
mj8-dtll6noT S. P. BRICnETTO.
D. PANTE & CO.,
ard Oil, Soap and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
riiUK bignesimarket prices paid lor rough and rendered
JL Tallow, Lard and Soap Grease. nor2 ly
. Room and Accommodation
FOR FIVE HUNDRED STRANGERS AT THE
BAZAAE OF FASHION!
. NO. 223 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS.
rpn.lT Is to say. room In our Slore and Show Rooms
a. up stairs for eve hundred stranger, whom we can
accommodate with the finest and mo.t fashionable Bon.
nets arxf Mantillas : rich SHka and Finn Dr.. rinntt
Embroideries, Ribbons, Trimmings, and all other fine
x.i.cj uocqs wnicn art usually iept in the most fashion
able establishments, which we will dispose of st very
wrier., persons risnisg Memphis at this in
terestlng time, will please give oa a call.
PM E. BARIKD3 k CO.
PER EXPRESS, Cve hundred BONNETS, araeng which
the Neapolitans and "fine Straw Esgenlas; French
vun, muihu , .apontaa, jsnmin aoa Swiss Straw.
Also, one hundred Sbak-r Hooda, all ar which we will
cu low. s. BXRIUDS k CO.,
'P30 No. 223 Main atreet.
fF five hundred new atyles MANTILLAS, composing
-eery iftiinr irom ice cntanesL ia in. vnnm .ni.nM
bronght on, which we win sell at a very small advance on
' S. BARINDS k CO..
P 223 Main street
OUR stock Is now complete, aad comprises an extensive
varl-ty of Silk Rebes. Orrind;..'nr.n. . -j
Barege Robes, cf tte richest and'Iifast strir. w. ,.u
particular attention to this depsrtment, as they were se
lected with great care, and havlnz a Iarre tiu- i
we will close them out at rery lew prices. '
E. BARINDS k CO.,
P3 223 Main street.
AtlheBaisarof Fashion. E. BARINDS k CO.. "
5W 323 Main street.
NE MILLINERY GOODS,
si A. -T" am a.
ao. o tjourc tstreet,
B2TWKEN MAIN STREET AND FRONT ROW.
HASJost returned with her tteck of Boring and Sum
mer MWloery, and will open on FRIDAT, the 27th
Instant, consisting in part of
nne French Floers;
Flue French Wreaths ;
Ladlea' and Misses' Bonnets ;
Ribbons, Dreads lists;
Lace and Edgings ;
And a general assortment of Mllllnerr Cnode. T. i,-
disof Memphis and vicinity are respectfully Invited te
call and examine fer themselves.
Bir25-U H. CARTER.
c9ffl if go ons:
EMPORIUM OP FASHIOiV.
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are receiving and opening, forthe
inspection of .he ladles, one of the most
rasnionaa:e stoexsof French KilllnerT and it
Fancy Dry Goods ever brought to this eitv. Also, a verr
select assortment of Dress Goods, Silks, Brrcgee, Chal
lles. Organdies. Grandees, Tissue Robes, p'sln and dotted
M oslins, &c We call particular attention to our
Consisting of all styles of Fretcb Bonnets, Leghorn, Eng
lish Straw, Neopolltan Eagenles and Ginila... Prowm
and Ribbons. Five thousand dollars worth of fine French
Embroideries. Valentines, Glmpure, Honlion, Point Las
seiu4 uoanuny uiee.
Embroidered Sillc Mantillas,
Lace Ba'qolnes, Dress Trimmings of all styles ; Parasols,
Fans, GiBspuie Laces, ke.
Alo, at the Emporium of Fashion. Dress and Mantilla
MaklegdiKe, guarantying satisfaction as to stile aad
Mourning goods a'ways on band, and on'ers nremctlr
attended to. The ladies are most respectfully Invited to
cali.and examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere.
N. STILLMAN k CO.,
ap!2 299 Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
JVJE w sto on:
THE subscriber would respectfully an.
Vinounce to the ladles ef Memphis and sur-
m ronnamg country, tnat'ne is now opening a
complete fresh ioek of PARIS MILLINERT,
ERIES. ard a geoeraliassortment of LADIES
FANCY GOODS, which he is prepared to aell at the
very lowest prices, for cash.
Alt kinds of MILLINERT made to order at the shortest
notice. WM. SILBERBERG,
No. 200 Main street, third deor above Lehman's Dry
Goods House. mar1"
TO T1TE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF
JAMES MILLSON. fcrmerly ef Cincin.
rati, Ohio, would res.eclf ally announce to
the citizens ef Memphis that he has opened
a BLEACHING and PRESSING Establishment oo Union
street, near DeSoto, where Bonneta, FlaWjrGlpaey and
Gents' Hits will be done In the best style for tbee wko
favor him with thelrpatronsge Also, Bonnets dyed and
pressed for 'tores, at low prices.
Please give him a call, on Union street, Bear DeSoto.
Uar.taftffir uplws, (bit.
A. S. HANCOCK...
Late Williamson ti
R. O. CLARK.. ..OEO W. TROTTER.
Late Aydlett k Lata or Somenrllle.
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, BOPE, BACON, LABD,
a ti Tzri-rn-Ztt oZ I'rodluoo,
NO. 16 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ihfi BBLS. andhaU bbls. IUrrls' II Ale ;
JL U U 60 casks quarts aad pints London Portar J
100 dozen IIos tetters BU-mich Bitters f
150 bbis. Dexteis and Fikkens Whisky; -
200 bbls. II jrrlsMi's Ohio Flour ;
25 casks Bacon Sides, Hams, and Shoulders;
CO bbls. Mackerel. 50 kits Mackerel;
75 drxn Cove Oysters;
SO gross Garrett's Sna.T. bottles and papers ;
200 boxes Star Candles, 60 doien Brooms ;
60 coil Manilla Rope, all sites;
76 boxes Virginia Tobacco?"
25 boxs Soda Crackers, 2A bbls. Pic-NIe Crackers ;
60 boxes Lemon Syrup, 25 boxes Smoking Tobacco ;
25 boxes Pie F-uli. 25 boxes Starch ;
60 boxes Pickles, 25 boxes Cat, op
ALSO, Sugar. Coff-e Molasses, Tea, Oranges, Lemons,
FUs, Raisins, Almonds, Pecans, English Walnuts, Fil
berts, Sardines, &c For sale by
ap;6 , .J.P. FRANK. No. 35FrontRow.
1 A ft BAGS Rio Coffee, just received and for sale low
DUUGUERTT ot ATDLETT,
No. 23 Pront Row.
OF. IIHDS. Sugar, Just received acd for sale low to
X0 the trade, by
DOUGHERTY k ATDLETT,
apt5 No. 23 Front Row.
OK BOXES assorted Pickles ;
25 boxes fine old C. Brandy ;
25 boxes Table Salt ; Just received and for sale low
to the trade by DOUGHERTY & ATDLETT,
ap!5 No. 23 Fro.ll Fow.
S. IS. WILLIAMSON,
(Successor to WUlianson If Hancock,)
FINE WINES, BEANDIES,
Havana Cigars &c.
NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Eeceived this Day,
IX. ft BBLS Mess Poia;
60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
' 25 tierces Sugar-Cured Bams
20kegs Shot, assortcdslxss;
- 100 bt-ls Whisky.
All of which we will sen chssp for cash at Ne,
Front Row, Memphis.
July! S. B. WILLIAMSON.
THE subscribers keep on hand the following articles,
which they warrant to be ot first quality, and for
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
IJ. Carver At Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ; '
Wacom, Northern and Southern manufacture
- Bacon, hog-round ;
Flour, Salt. Whisky and Tobacco t
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior article ;
Lime, Cement aad Plaster Taris;
Together with a general assortment ot all articles usu
ally kept in a Grocery store.
GWTNNH & GIBSON,
Jnly2 Nes. 1 aad 2 Exchange Building.
SOME FORTY OR FIFTY ACCLI
MATED COTTON NEGROES
FROM the State of Georgia, consisting of
boys ant girls. Among them
are ajme -very likely families, la a" few1
days we Intend to concentrate our purchases
from Kentucky and Virslnis-to this point, and slva the
buyers of this country an opportunity of lnrt sting their
money In good Negroes. Give us a sail before making
tnat22-3a BOLTON, DICKINS & CO
1. T. H ALEXANDER J. T. CniDEJTER.
- St. NORWOOD. - ,
M'ALEIANDER & CO.'S
HAVING nnrrhsiMl tfc nm,nn T
merly owned by P.etcher k Keck, we are open
for the Snrinr hn.ln... TV MM.t -
- ,1W w,
.oar n m ... .ti tmnwn f. v i , v -
- v.T ,w .- Mtuiu u. kjn
niuu uiiy aoa me surrounaing country.
Prom our experience tn public business, we feel confi
dent that we are oualiaed to earr nnt tha in
which we en.age. Give ua a trial ; we will endeavor to
We sbaU have new omnibuses, fine teams, careful,
steady drivers and accosunodatleg agents.
rtHflll f lh fSr.,t T7 11 . , . i n
' u . , . i a uu vimnijsus
Agency, at the Worshiai House, when tickets may be
procured at all times.
mOjinx MCAL8IANDER k CO.
SIXTY MILES THE SHORTEST
Mississippi anil Tennessee
A I L R O AD,
Grenada and Inttrniediate Points.
J. P. McALEXANDER St. CO.'S
DAILY LINE OP
EOTJB HOBSE POST COACHES,
FROM Memphis to Grenada, In connection with the
Mississippi andTcanestee Railroa I. a dlaunee or ene
hundred and five miles fifty miles railroad, and but one
change or baggage. Time threnib. thirteen hoars.
New Ccsib-s, fine teams and careful drivers, and time
and money saved no mistake.
EJ For Tickets, and all des red Information, acdr to
oo r agent, at the General Railroad, Stags and Omnibus
Office, at the Worsbam Hoese.
my6-3m J p McALEXANDER k CO.
WASHINGTON, ARE., TEXAS. &.G.
QTAGE leaves Caster's Landtor, Ark., (Mississippi
L2 rlver.l MONDAYS. WEDNESDAYS, and mrom
at 6 a ST., and arrives in Washington In flity hours
Fare $18. Washington psenge-s have the preference
of seat. Passing through M.ntlcello, Warren, Hamp
ton and Camden connecting at Camrfen wlh Stage lines
to Eldorado and lo Hot Springs via . mceton. Tulip and
Connecting at Washington with line, to ClarksvlHe
Texas, Shreveport, Louisiana, and Little Beck, Ark.
if nna inromn me jitsaissippi Dotted is greatly im
proved, and money has been appropriated from the In
ternal Improvement and other funds which guaranties
that It win be made equal to any other portion of the roa4
this summer. BRO AN t CO., Proprietors.
Beldino & Stone, Agents,
ap29-datwlm Paster's Landing.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
By KuilroaU rrom Caivo!
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Hours, vrtthoitt Break
oj uucji or wange OJ van or Baggage.
BRANCH FROM CENTRtLIA IS NOW FINISHED,
Thus shortening the time to sixteen hours to Chicago.
A T Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
XJuleavlng the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New York, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo W Albany, and
four from Ouro to New York. Time from Cairo to New
York, forty-nine hours. Fare as low. and comfort mat
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
NOTiubJecte-llo the delays consequent to the frequent
cbsnges by short lines of Railroads through Indiana aad
Ohio, to the Eaat ana North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake
snore nauroaa ana a learners far Racine, MBwaukse,
Sheboygan, Ac., and with a splendid Line ot First Class
SUamers for Sault Sta Marie, Lake Superior, Colling
"rains leave Cairo Every Morninr and Eveainr as fol
6:05 A. M., Chicago and Bunleilh Exuress. Sundavi
excepted. ' '
This Train connects at Chicago wtth New York Light
ning Expres s, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New York Central Railroads, through In thirty-one heura.
mis Train aio connects at Sandoval with Oiio and
Mississippi Railroad far St. Louis and Vlncennes; at
Pans, with Trains cf the Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis. LouisvUIe and Cincin
nati; at Decatur, with Mam Line Express fer Galena.
Dunlelth ; the latter connecting with Trains to Bcrlnz-
fietd, Naples, Rock Island, Burlington and Qulney.
o:iu r. u., ew xorx Kxprecs, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, exceot en Slm.r.
connecting with Main Line Day ExpTcu fresx Decatur U
Daclelth, and arriving at Chicago at 2 r. 11.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, wUI find at Dua
lelth, steamers of the Dunlelth and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paol, Jtc Pas segen
for Janesville. and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at Freeport with Trains to Beloit and Janesville, anu
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. The Maps aad Chart a Indicating the Great Central
Route to the North and East are an exact transcript of
Cotton's Ms? of the United States, and passenger are
requested to examine this route as well as the running
time cards ot the connecting Roads, and Judge for them
selves as to thecorrectness ot the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus formiac a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
taexxiwer .Mississippi, acorns to the pleasure traveler,
a well aa the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North and East, which surpass those of
any other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
eling public, tho permanency of the road and structure,
the strength and elegance ot the Englnea and Cars, com
mend themselves to those who desire In traveling speed,
comfort and safety. State rooms secured on all packets;
XIUKET3 GOOD FOR ONE YEAR, with the privilege
of laying over at any point, can be had at Memchls.
No. 15 Jefferson street.
WILLIAM MORIN, Agent,
Jon-Ir Memphis. Tenn.
..J. S. ERWIN.
WEjLjLER & ERWIN,
AND LUMBER YARD,
Overton street, near the Memphis and Ohio Depot,
KEEP for sale and make to order Doors, Blinds, Sash,
Mantles, Frames, Mouldings arm everything In that
line, of the best materials and woramanship. They are
also prepared to do all kinds fit Sawing and Planing fer
the trade, and to erect buildings of erery description ; to
helve and fit np stores, and other Jobbing.
Having procured suitable machinery they will seen be
enabled to manufacture PACKING BOIES of all kinds,
cheaper and better than ever befere made In the city.
Shingles. White Pine and other Lumber for sale, dressed
X3 Orders from the country promptly attended to,
C. R. MOORE J. KALSTEAD R BANES.
STAR PLANING MILL,
Door, Sash and Blind Manufactory,
SECOND STREET, SOUTH OF UNION,
FLOORING, Weatherboards, Doors, S'sh, Blinds, Door
and Wlnd.w Frames and Casings, Mantles, Mould
lugs. Cornice. Celling. Latll e Work. Baseboards, Turn
ing, Scroll Work, Shelving, Boxes, ke., and erery de
scription ot Buuaing .Material, dressed ana unaresseu.
slvays on hand aul made to order.
MOORE, II AL3TEAD tt CO.
N. B The nlghest cash price paid for an kind., ot
THE undersigned hare opened a Carriage Factory on
Second street, between Washington and Adams
streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair Carriages at the shortest notice. All work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share of public patron: ge
Jan3-Iy L. S. BURR at OO.
i. M. WISWELL & CO.
THIS extensive establishment continues
at the old stand on Unloa Hr, tetaenn
stain and aecoca, nere may oe found a
rery fine as ortment cf Carriages. Bug
gies Rockaways. kc. et their own manufacture They
take this methed of returning thanks for past favors,
and Invite those w ,sblng to buy to examine tbelr tock
before purchasing elsewhere ap!7 ly
J & A. WOODETJFF,
Nog. 3 & 4 Exchange BniMinga,
CONSTANTLY oh hand a large assort-
'ment of CARRIAGES., from the belt
"manufactorle., in tha United States.
- Carriages butlt to order aid work fully
guarantied. AH kinds of Repairing cone with' neatness
and dispatch by
ap30 6m J. a A WOODRUFP.
C. C. MA YD WELL'S
HAS REMOVED TO
A dams Street, let. Main and Sd,
WHERE, can be found ail description of Grave Work,
which will be tarnished as cheap aa it can be got
In any market West. Also, Building Work done at short
It Is to the interest of all persons wanting snch work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead of purchas
ing fromAgents, as the Manuf actors hare to add the
twenty per cent, that Is pall Agents to the work sold by
them. Southerners, look to your Interest.
dc3-daw6m O. 0. MATSWXLL.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
THROUGH TICKETS FARE REHcCED
TO GRENADA $S 60.
TO CARBOILTSN 3 00.
TO BLACK HAWK 10 60.
TO LEXINGTON 12 00.
TO CANTON 15 OO.
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING sooth et. HoHy Sprints, at the Talla
hatchie rlv-r, with lh DAILY SOUTHERN MAIL,
LINE te New Orleans, via Jackson, Ml.s.. the cheapest,
mt pteadaat and qntckeat route to the abore-namtd
Least staglrg and the best road. Toe cars will soon be
at Oxford, still sborte log this rente.
Travelers wui look to their comfort and pockets. A
ward to the wise Is sufficient. ,
S3 For Tickets or Information apply to SIMS k CO. b
AcenU, at the RsUroad, Stags and OmrHbttsx Ticket (Jt
flee. Commercial Hotel . rasy 13-d" f
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN-
Urar. rrom junction wllh Memphis and Chartes'er
Railroad IaV. isu mi.. t ... ... .. .
' - - a .- aiuiM jMHITmr JlCfl
eteren mile So cob of Jackson. Terra '
l-AiSK.NUeK AND MAIL TRAIN leaves Graad Janc
tlon dailr at 10 a r r , .
train from Memphis, counttaz at Mt-dcn witiwlra
line of Coaches for N'uhv.ii. wt t.
- - '.mw. uq X1U9UOC
?a- T wr nl Lexington, CitfUn, Waynsaberc,
M treat tvrtot HlU by theTeUMssei
srrl"L aI',"0s W"h "EtEt maU train lato Mempals,
R. P. NEBLT Sap't.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
aisS1sTaB 1 " rTsSs7"rri:gir'
Two Daily Trains an oh WoV
. .(SCNDATS EICEPTED ) '
i? MAIL TRAIN I.ve.MempM. dauTfSuao e!
cepted ) at 7.15 a. M . arrirxg at Sardia at 10:06 i si
This Train cenntcts at Sardls with Messrs 2 T McAl.
PsboU, Grenada, Canton, Jcion and TIcksbarg.
Sardls at 8:30 a. r., arrfvmi at Mem. ku at '0 4 '1
.s.T:sy.eapw,at3:3 ' "a
Pusnfm sr. m,mM , ..... .
entering the ears, aad aave pay meat st extra fare "
R,i,AvVut -ii .... -
. uiinu oa sae &auraad, and rn
h.IZ.7f Will K .1.1. . ...
- : .-..-i. .iiuuvi ocm; caecsM. aca
passenger win be allowed 110 pecaas of baggage by Rail
road, and 60 pouads by stage, but ne artwe will ie car
ried as baggage that is n.t inrMm ir. - . .Z.
incaseoflo's, the Csmpary wlTIioM aerasetrea re-
apouslMe for an amount not exceeding- JiO.
J3Negroes, when trareling aloae, must hare a permit
naming the point to which they are U go. aad SDeeifTiB
that thrrar. to tr.r.? .V "euji"'
J i.iw ii, 1.1 ifley "lil IJilt c.
carried. e. ,Trtrr!r
papers, Greaad papers, and tha ijiippun. at Jck.
GHEIT MO Ul JE
EAST AND NORTH.
MEMPfflS AND CHARLESTON
RAILROAD connect len, direct from MEMPHIS t
New York PbUade.phta, Baltimore, Washington
Cny RKbBtond, CbartestuB, andSavatBah
THROUGH TICKETS sold to the feUowiag points
Nashville, Chsti anooga, Aagosti, Charleston, WUmiag
ton, Atlanta, Moatgomery CetsmbBs, G... Macon, aad
THROUGH TO NASHVILLE IJf 23 HOORS,.
Thmnffh Tw's-at sTVm ika - - . -
pbi. Tenn., P. if. PA1TEESOX, Agtbt. h
Fre as kw aa by any other first-dais ront.
Pnr Passsnxiri. a n)v raaf u . .
ERN and ATLANTIC CIT1K , un.urpaasM in cesnort
and safety direct and expeditious, wMajeeaaectleus sare
Passing though slare territory, perfect itcarssr is i3frd
for the conveyance of setvaBU.
For FREIGHT from .New York, SBdolherRastern cttles.
by s earners to Charleston or Savannah, aad raBway di
rect toMerapcis. lhe aUeation et SeeiherB and Western
Merchants is sailed te this route, being as ehesp and
more expeditious, thsn any other
The ADAMS EIPRE33 COMPANY Is cow la cennes
tinn wllh this line.
The THROUGH MAILTRAIN leaves Memphis DAILY
- ws..IBa. wwj avisiwira ana
Wetward trains ca th NasavUl and ClUUaiieaffallaiu
A lfiB rnnnprti at (7refiri InnMlaM ttv tt. .
Central RaHread to Holl j Sprlnffs, OxmrJ, Grtnada, Can
ten, J acfcson, .kc., 5sx.
Also connects at Grand Junction StatSoa with Tnnes
se Central Railroad to Boltrar, and Jackson.
AlBrt rwtl fUBeTT at PnyaVnnt. wlk w s. - ..
-aa An-nccaAj' Aaineor
Coacfeea, to Ripiej, Pontotoc, Aberdeea and CoJcmbm.
Th ArcnvwnriATTnv tt.tw
- - -w a . a ib ivaici JICUOQ1I
DAILY (except Sundays) at 2:45 r. M-, for Junction with
the Mississippi Centra and Tennessee Central RaEroads
SomerriUe and intermediate Stations.
Baggage checked to all stations on the Railroad, and
no Baggage will be received without being checleeL
Each passenger will be allowed serenty-are pounds of
baggase 1T Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage; bat no
article will be carried as baggage that Is not incident to
the person of the passenger. In case of loss the Com
pany will hold themsetre responsible for an amesnt not
Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before en
tering the cars, and save payment of extra fare.
Negroes, when traveling alone, must have a permit, na
ming the point to which they are to go, and specifying
that they are to travel by railroad, or they will net be
carried. Na tlet.t will hAAl ftim nA- wt .w w.
-.-, u. u kziv-j uv
celved on the cars, unless their owner er agent be present
w. i. .u .av i.i-. .ii uu vemeeior, or ouwr
pers&a to vouch for genuineness of permit.
Superintendent of Transportaties,
sepI Memphis, Tenn.
For Baltimore, "Washington, New
"iorit, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Lino for tho East I
JBaltimore and Ohio
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to BU timers, (3T3
miles.) and to Washington, (too miles,) and presents
the fullest adrantages both as a treiaht and
line. It runs through wild and romantie regions of the
Alleghenles ; and being solidly constructed, completely
equipped and carefully managed. Is one of Use meat at
tractive and safest Railroads In the United States The
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and Zaneaviile u
Wheeling, unites this road with all portions of the "West
The onlt Throuoh Tjcxeti raost Memphis
Louisville and St. Louis to the Kiriosii. vrl
TROPOLIS, are sold by this road, which runs direct te
Washington without the delay of passing through Balti
more. It is also the only line by whlah baggage eaa be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
ryuy tke mail route from Memchis. tak. t n..n
steamers, running dally for Louisville, connecting there
wtUi mail ateamers or Jefisrsonvllle Railroad for Cincin
nati, where they arrive so ae to connect with the car of
uiuo Jlimi nuuuou ivr vuiBiaoa., cocnectmg there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark aadZan.
Tllle. to Wheeling. By the express train of thu..t.
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Wasalngtoa
Is less than 37 hours.
3rBe sure to ask for tickets by the Baltimore ..! nhb.
J3"Paesengers from Mamphls going East through 8
Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. This route lays through Vlncennes, Terra Haute,
Indianapolis, etc.. tovWheeUng. over the new niw. .
Mississippi and conrmectlsg Roads. These connections
are all direct, and tha time from St. Louis to Baltimore
or Washington Is but about hours. Through. Tickets
by thls routemaybenad ef the Agent, under the Plan
ters uouse, ai me rouowing rates ; From St. Louis to
Baltimore $25; to Washington $2$.
At Wheeling the pasaengsr takes the superior cars ef
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave lhm tim,.
dally for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Nw
aorx. iaroega in i or n aours, including stoppages.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty ot lhe country, and
general comfort, this road IS second to nose in the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses tha largest
equipment ot any Railroad In the United States, and Is
prepared to do an Immense business In transportation.
The road makes immediate connection at the whirr. s and
In the streets ot Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia and New York, sterjners ef Ericsson and Balti
MORE Steamship Linn, bit Canal and Sea to New
York, and by new Merchants' and. Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Norfolk. Charleston, Savannah, Ac For
particulars, see freight copies of which may be had
of the Forwarding Houses In the West, or of J. B. Ford,
Receiving and Forwarding Agent at Wheeling.
WM. S. WOODSIDE,
Master of Transportation, BalilmiTe.
THROUGH TICKETS, a lowlng the holders to- stop at
any point, and resume their seat at pleasure, may be
parctuaed at the Company's Office. No. 15, JeffLrsen
street. 3 doors Kast ct the Commercial Hotel, Memphis.
Jnag5-ly WM. MORIN. Ag.nt
iW DRUG STOKE.
ff WE take pleasure In Informing the citizens of
Mkv Memphis aad the public generally that we have re
XW moved our stock ot Drugs to the cornet of Main and.
Union streets, and will take pleasure in accqiiueo
dsuug all who nsy favor us with a nil. .
We are also In receipt ot a full supply ot fresh and'gea
ulne Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, ke.
Particular attention paid to filling of PreserlpUcas at
all hours of day and night.
it3I-tf - R. JOINER It OO.
1IFTY barrels Powdered and Crossed aegars, for ti.'e
I by roarn HANCOCK, CLARK k CO