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BM'CLANAHlN, BUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1857.
VOL. YELL NO. 55.
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f&ClaAlTAEAlT, -rUTTON &'CO.,
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ET All advertisements for Charitable Institutions,
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(other aaWrtisesaests. ,
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McCLANAIIAX, nttTTON'& CO.
TTt. SAUNDSRS' eoioe at J. H. Sledge 2c Co
Share, neartbe Post Office.
L. . e. LAKAB C. H. JJOTT.
LAMAR & MOTT,
A TJORNHTS AT LAW, Holly Sprisgs, .Mls.Uslppi.
G. W. TRUEKEAItT,
A nWiSiir AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Memrtds
XX. fcssem. Onlce in Mosby Hant's sew Btect, np
ihslia, Piaat Sow. Refer to E. M. ApperMd & Co., an
W. B. MMsc. ap4-2n
DOCTOIt W. C. CATESAUGH,
"TTATfsfC persBkSMttly located tn Meapbis, afim fcir
AiA ifviceit IB au laeprancnee ci fits prof easien u tbe
eamH ana vtctotty
i Slum street, (West side.) between Adams and
, la btevenson's EBlMlng. spins
Dr. R. JL. EASKI.
Ha4TPhycian and Dit ector ef several Hospitals
Jnaaar, nmber of dlfler-at Medical Societies
bfk, ssas located lu the city of MeBsphis. aad of -
r vices to the peMie as TbyaiciaB, Aoasacher,
ss-rattafi in Sargery.
fice ob WashlBgtoa street, between Main and
MOORMAN & BROWN.
Xon Adams street, in rear ef Jones, Brown k.
ton Mam street. Dr. Moorman's residease on
reet, between Vance and EUtett streets.
i-EDMONDS, i D , (Ute of HopklnsviUe, Ky.)
iosaeopatbie and Hydropatbic Pbyician, tenders
seat-oat services to tbe cmzetis of Memphis.
faat Madison street, next to tbe Planing Mill.
I to MtXabs &. Trice, J. Torlan & Sen, W J.
jat W. E. Milton. mar22-6m
XV. a. TFEATHERFORD.
CSs?Ark K A' LAr' aUd Knl BsUte Atst' KP
BMsrjta A. Wright. Esq . , and Col. R. G. Payne, Mem-
pans ; jassee r L. cambers, soprerae Ooart ; K. O.
Baitsasn, Xasi., Na'bvUle; Major G. A. Henry, Clark s
TtSie,TLlaar., and Gen. T. B. Floernoy, Desha Co., Art.
CHAS. D. FONTAINE,
ATTORNET AT LAW, Psatotoe, Miss., will attend
strieMr ae all professleaal basiaess which may be
leetrBstM to htm In any of the OeerU of North Mtesis
J. A. MOON,
ATTORNBT AT LAW, General Gattectlag and Land
. Ageaos, tor tbe Northern and Eastern Gvnatie of
Araaswas, DSS ARC, ABE.
Ij. o. rives.
ATTORNUT AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
lesHS. Oases la the Post Osboh BaiMiae.
All hartans eatr tod to his care will receive prompt
aaa SaOthlat attohtssa. CatK'rtlanB prmpty mado ia the
eaiilpainiau'cogBnes or west Tennes-ee, MlssWnrpi and
R. SAMUEL GILBERT, SB., has retnmed to bis" M
I near Memphis, and reopened bis Infirm-1
arr: aad wsl remain Derraane&tlr. He treaU the fellow. I
bc Chronic Diseases : Cancers, Scroefala, WW e Swlling.
Taasars aad Wens, withoat Surgical operations. He also
treats aH Chronic Female diseases, S'ireset long standing,
Tettor, Rhaamatism, Syphilis, and all forms of Mercurial
Br. G. deems It trcnecesFary to say more, as he has liv-
Bg.wttacsiies ef his saocees from Maine to Orecon.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
Gronoral Iiand .sorit.
TT7TLL atteasl personally to tbe locating ef Swamp Land
V &erap a warrants m tbe Jacksonport aad Helena
lilulliayi, seassag Laaa and payiBg Taxes.
K.. Oraim.MeBiphis,TeirB.--A. s. Haey, Little Rock;
R. 9- .Bsiakisr, " MaJ T. MrtH, Miss.;
"W. M. MwetL " J. Norton & Co., N. O.:
F..Laae tcOe , " J. A. Rosssean, LaGrange,
n. r. osMe, ueteBa,; Term.:
Mj-rttk it Moore, W. E. Baits, LawrencevUe,
assw NIK, " n
G. W. Board, Jackcospart; Pool 4t WatsonIackionpart
R. . PAYNE,
A "HORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office In the
JX. Pott Oaee BoiMiQg, JefJerMn street. mar21-dly
J. A. ANOERSON.
ATT0H.NET AT LAW, MemphU, Term. Office In
. Wavkes BatHtag, ovar MaaafieM's Drag Store,
Maya street. taalQ-ly
dr. war. HEWITT
WILL practice raedidBe, on the prtecipie tbat there is
goad la all eysteaM, and none all saacieat. Office
oa Jetsataon stroet. is the Post Ofttoa Ttothtiac. seeend
door from the Pest OSSoe. RsldKe en tbe aorner of
UersaBda and KiUott streets.
Got. J. B. Staatoa. N. Adams, Ess;., Haywood ceatrty.
Rot. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. MacHn, Fayette coanty. .
R. Smi-rrlitt. Esq., F. P. Maolln, Ej., Tipton coanty.
J. L. Wthh, J. B. Asbe, Memphis.
Smith p. bankhead.
A TTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office in the
XX. Post Ofilee Block, aver Aydiett & Co., third story.
R. F. L.OONEY,
A, TTORNET AT LAW. Office ver 0. W. Cherry &
. 0.'s. ian6-tf
3. WIGXERSHAM.. ..........ED. A. BEECH EB.
WICH.ERSHAM & BEECHER,
ATT0RNT5YS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Office,
: So. 31 Jefferson street. Janl-tf
B. V.BIOHABDIOH..W. W. WnEATLEV..M. A. II DOS.
Richardson, Wlicatley & Hiigs,
A TT0RNETS AT LAW Office on the corner of Second
l rtZ. . . . 1 VI. m.Mn m.11.1. I
XX. and Geart streeU, Memphis, Tenn.
. GEO. DIXON,
a TTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis.
f Tenn. OSce, south side of Coart Square, one door
west of Wallace's Auction House, up stairs.
feh&dtf " -'
ATTORNET AT LAW, Cev&glsa, Tenn. Allbuslnetn
XX. entrusted to his care will- receive prompt attentlos.
D t. DUBOSE, '
A TTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Term.- .Office on east
'nftiiet 'Main street, between JeSerson and Adams.
""Refefto F. Tltns, McEwen, HarrisAi McNeill, J. D.
WiMirnsyiW- BMlUegand Mlle Owtn, Mcophls,Tenn.;
Mean, Tlias fc Co., Kw Orleans. ;anl-tf
City Auction Rooms, Xo. 29 Front Row
L. JOHNSON & CO.,
G. IT. HAXNA and JOHN WINN, Salesmen.
TXTOULD respectfully Inform the citizens of Memphis
V V tbat tber bare opened this day, at No. 23 Front Row,
A GENERAL AUCTION DEPOT,
And are now prepared to offer unusual facilities to parties
banns Merchandise. Real Estate or Negroes to dispose cf.
We win have daily salts at our store, and are ready to
aiwoa aaies in any pan ei toe city ana country far a very
Wo will effect sales at private sale mi aommlsttea for
any detcriptioa or real or personal property.
We'wBl keep a Register at our Sales Room for Real Es
tate for Sate, Lease or Rent and Negroes for sale or hire.
AavaBees in lasn nine on any description of proptrty,
BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER FINDINGS,
o. 262 Main gtreet,
(OP-STAIRS. OVER LOCKE'S AUCTION ROOSf )
1 1 HAS ist reciTed sixty cases staple Boots and
If Stw- wfclSi wUl lrfi Fnld law as 1 h. same sr.
J( ttele cootd bow be pnrcbated for East. Aiso a
lot of choice Leather, whhSj will be suM icrr
I win pay the highest ea prices for Hides, Shcp
sblns, Fun. Peltry, Tallow. Beeswax, kc. ap30-lia
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c.
WHOLBSA1E AND HETAIL.
I TIT late arrivals, we are in receipt of all kinds of Boots,
Jj Shoes and Mats, tbat are new and desirable, 'mating
one or tne largest and best atocra of Ooecnstora-roade
work for retail trade to be f jnnd in Memphis. Prices
wdi be low far cash. Call and see.
HICKS, TERRT &. ANDERSON,
No. 245 Main street.
rnar25-41y Opposite Conrt Square, Jiempbli.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
OUR street In the wholesale department
Is bow Urge and complete to which we re-
rpectf ssi- can the attention of Merchants
'only. Those baying fr cash, or satisfactory pa-
per, at short dales, will Sod it t- their interest (o give
ns a call before maklnc their purchases.
XS wholesale Kooms up stairs.
HICKS, TERRT & ANDERSON,
So. 215 Main street,
ap3-dawly Opposite Conrt Squire, Munphls
B. W. MOBBIS O. ir. WARD,
iliORRIS & WARD,
ASK DEALEBS IS
"G-oroifpi cfe IDomostlc
10 M 1 f O-O &
Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, &c.,
AO. 295 MjIIN STREET?
(0a door sonth Of ilonroe,) '
apSm MSMPDIS, TENN.
J. BOBO 3. 3. JEX"
JAMES BORO & CO., '
NO. 2 HOWARD'S BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
J. B. STI-A-EPE,'
jo. o Maeuon-tt., oeiieecn i ron: aov ana Alain,
I "TTTOULB respectfariTlaform the merchants, ef Mem.
r pens anavarroanciBg country, mat ne has penna
nentlv locaivd bis Agency Sct the sale of all gradesof Tlr
glaia Tobaeoe, and intends to keep constantly on band a
tsrned from tbe ctttes of Virginia, where ke ettablUbn
stock e4tal to the cesaaM, at mannractarers' prices.
Being tally able to compete with the New York. Eal'.U
raore, Cincinnati and New Orleans markets, hainvliec
the attention of all dealers in tbe above article to Us
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ap?l danCm J. B. SHARTX.
Ti ,rR. MILTON MCKNIGHT, late of New Orleans, ha'
J.VJ. become associated with ns in the Grocery and Cou
mlksien Basiness dating from Ibe 1st lost. Tbe rtyleof
tbe Una will bfreafter be GATES, WOOD &McKNIGur
MUBptus, reo. 10, itmi. tiATta & wood.
a. M. OATES A. M. WOOD M. M'EKICnT.
GATES, WOOD & McKNIQHT,
4 v o c a r s , w v o iv u-c-.(i
NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPIIIF. .
AGENTS Haiard Powdsr Company; Colliers' Whltl
Lead and Oil Company, St. Louis ; for sale ef Liv
erpool Salt febl3-tl5Jun
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
HUBER & WINIi.EL.MANN,
Main-St., 3d Door below Union,
ARE prepared to fill all orders in the
House Carpentering aBd Parclture busi
ness with neatness and dispatch.
Repairing and Tarnishing executed in
tbe best style. We warrant all work done in our shop.
J. C. JAOOBI '& CO.,
(No. 326 Main, bet- Union and Gayoso-st;.,)
Importers and Manufacturers of
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGABS ABD TOBACCO
CONSTANTLY on band, a large assortment of tbe raolt
favorite brands, at moderate prices.
J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND BETAZL
G R O M MS
AJXD DEALERS IN ALL SIKD8 Or
I "--- T-V 'TT -"fa I r TTITm T"h "XT TV"T ATtTTtTl
1 1 r I H. K I ill l IK Y PK H
v - uv - iivuuu
Sontheast Corner of "ilalu and Union Sts
TTAVE always on hand a well aad carefully selected
JGL stock of articles in their line, which they will sell lit
the lowest current prices.
53- Ordors promptly filled with dispatch.
J. V. FUSSEjLiL,
ONTO. -07 Jb'JbiOJNr-X- tt.OXsV,
JOHN B. BOTTOj
BOOT AND SHOE
No. 66 Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
SHOES, of bis
s own mire, aiso ot oiner s
raanuf adarera. He kee-M. aM, Leather. V
Sole and UuDer. Calf Skins. French and
American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va
rices, alt ot which he wi 1 sell as cheap as any In this
marxet. Give nun a call ceiore purcoa&ing eisewnere.
L. BEASIXT.. .................... ...A. W.L0VIS8.
BEASL.EY & LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock ef Rope and Bagging always on band.
Charges fifty eeats per bale, all other Produce ai
usual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prorap;
r-mitance. All Produce insured, unless otherwise In
structed. aus20 dswly
T.J. DAVIDS OB. ? B. ELLIS..... ..A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and General
No. 219 Main Street, Eatt tide between J person cnC
Jliatit, jueapnu, jenn.
ROPE, Bagging and Plantation Supplies always on
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION:
SAVINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
No. 28 Madison Street.
THIS Institution, having been organized nndera charter
granted by tbe General Assembly ef the State of Ten
nessoc, I now ready for business. The Directors tor the
ensuing year are :
FRANK M. WHITE, AUG'ST K. FOUTB, Pret't.
C. J. SELDBN, E. M. AVERT, CahifT.
By tbe charter, married women and children may de
posit alt sums 01 not Ices than $1 per, week, .subject only
to their control. Interest allowed oa alt deposits for
more than four months, at six per cent, per annum. ' Ex
change on New Torx and New Orleans. Collections mad
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Tna., D.c. 7th, ISM. by
r.M.COPELA-IO. O W. EDMOKDS E.W.CALDWELL
COPELAND, EDMONDS & CO .
Dealnrs la Fins -i WHOLES ALB f Store and Sell
Llqtnri & C'cars J
mjB-tf NO. 11 FRONT ROW, MESfPniS
1. TOWLXES S. C. MOTTNT T. J. POWI.KES
FOWLKES, MOUNT & CO.,
POST OFFICE BDII.D1NO, JEFFERSON-ST.,
C1TORK COTTON in a Flie-Proof Warehouse. Inrn.
O ratce 25 per cent less than any home in the city.
SZf-Cotton in store platxd nnder Insurance nniess in-
sirnciea to inc contrary.
Sfuouonconignea to oson kk.u iu-iih, uu
otherwise exriresKcd In f.ce of Bill of Ladlnir.
13-Orders for BAGB1NQ, ROPE AND PLANTA
TION SUPPLIES solicited from onr-patrons.
Acents for the alo of the celebrated Premlnm Tay-
Ir Cotton Gin," nannfactured by Clemoas, Brown 3c
Co.. Colnmbus, ueorgia.
We have .upplias of varloat sixes in store, ana will
take nleasnre in showing them to tbote In want of a
Gin. rtanters would da well to call and examine thete
Gins tfore purchasing elsewhere.
We esteem them the best Gin we have erersjtnln
qualities most desirable, viz: speed, light draught and
matin a superior sample or uotion.
myI4-6m ovlk.k3, 3iuuT k cu.
31. D L. STEWART. WJl. L. STEWART. It C. EIBO.
JAS. w. Kino.
STEWART, KING & CO.,
Cotton Fact or S3
WHOLESALE ABD RETAIL
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
NO. 41 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
T-P"T TV2 nrnfnnnl.m t.fnl in nnf m.nv Unrt f Henri a
Jb who, during our brief engagement In the above busi
ness, have extended to ns their liberal and geaereus pa
tronage, we now take pleasure In ofierlng to them and
the public generally, a large assortment of GROCERIES
of tbe best quality and at the fairett rat's that cap be
had in the city, and with a determination to give satis
faction, we tender to the pub.ic our services in tho vari
ous duties indicated In the above card; hoping by strict
adherence 10 the legitimate principli-s ef our bn-iness to
merit a continuation of tbat patronage heretofore so lib
erally bestowed upon ns. 3., K. & LU.
"X pt. O. C. BOONE, late of Louisv.Ile, Ky., has become I
IVJL arsociated with us ia the Grocery and uommiision
Basineis, dating from the 1st instant.
, MASON, NORYEIX & BOONE,.,
G lit O C E 1R S-;
IJUnim&IUU iV rorwarUlllSi lUCIXUaMIS,
-t,t tai TJT- to- W c m
BAGGING. Rope. Jeaas, Llnfeys. and a general stock cf I
rlsmauou supplies consanuypa naou. apo
E. it. API-EBSON..-..C. TJELOACH...JDAVID ADAMS.
E. M. APPERSON. & CO,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
V ' ' ABB SEALZBX IB ,
BAG GING, HOPE, GBOCERIES,"&C.
TIO. 65 rRQXTHOlVy end 6 JEFFERSOX-ST ,
' " MEMPHIS, TBNN.
TJ ARTICULAR attontlon paid to Storing, Shipping; and
JL 3d, log Cotton. -.
, ' PRATT'S COTTON GINS. "
WE sre Agents for ths sale of D. PRATT'S celebrated
COTTON GINS. wh!cb"have been so favorably known for
the last number of years, persons wishing to purcnase
are requested to call and examlna them. All Gins are
OKI uuuer iuu uar.uij
mrl5-n E. it. AfPERSOIs fc to.
"TJ- Htllr Springs. Miss.. Times ; Greneda, Miss., Re
publican; ranoia, hiss., atar ; uunisviua, Aia., au ro
tate; TuscutnBla, Ala., Enquirer; Browasvllle, Tenn.,
Journal, copy fix months, and sena PI.IS to this pace.
A. ltt. ISOPKIiVS & CO.,
f Succetsort to Powell 4" Co.,)
NO. AL UNION. STREET,
sepn-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
WILDS TERMOB, )
W. A. BRVAS,
I SI- K. BRTAB,
D. C. WILLIAMS, S
Late of Panola, Mils.
Late of LaGrange, Term.
YEENOI, EETAN & CO.
ttton Factors, Commission r
So. 6 Fr.nt Row, aver Meacham fc Galhralth'i,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping aad
Selling Cotton. Charges 50 cents per bale.
53- All cotton sent to as wm be covered 3 insurance,
unless otherwise Instructed. auga
WARD LAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
k orwaruing- jnercnauirj,
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS in Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses, lllcc, Floor, LarJ, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whbky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and rjroceries generally A good
stock now on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
-T-C-ish advances made on Cottons In store for sale or
shipment. All Cottons Insured nniess otherwise instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covxrs all Cotton con
signed to ns by water ; also, tho risk of Fire while In
tore, unless otherwise instructed, our prices lor storing
and selling Cottons, the same as we have cbarged for
y.ars past fifty cents per bale. nly20.
BEBJ. BEID. ..... ..J. ZtX. BEID.
B. RED & BRO.,
Commission M o r c h a b t s ,
NO. 33 FRONT ROW. MEMPHIS. TENN.
A LL Cotton sent to our address insured, nniess Initrno
XX, tlons to the contrary are received. Plantation
oruers filled with care,
cent, per bale.
Store and Sell Cottsn at fifty
' P. ATDLETT J. C. DOUOHEBTV,
jYeio Orleant. Memphit.
T. P. AYD17ETT & CO.,
0. OS GRAVIER-ST.-SEW ORLEANS.
DOUGHERTY '& AYDIiETT,
COMMISSION MERCH ANTS,
NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
TT7ILL make cast advances on all Cut ton or other Pro-
V V duoa shipped to T. P. Aydiett & Co., New Orleans.
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
SS CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
M l4JAA 1UIAUK- iUlUU WU 4B.il VV.WU VI UtUtl X 1 14 uw-a
coiuigned as above, Ly MILK3 OwKN.
No. 5 Honroe Street, bet Front Row & Main,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
Cotton and other Prodnco
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
loweat market prices. octSS
T. B. NORMENT,
MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock ot Sagging and Rope always on hand.
FELIX WALKER, B. C. SBIDEB,
New Orleans, La. Coffeeville, Miss.
WALKER & SNIDER,
No. 123 Canal Stroet,
JulylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
j'Pai.cto'C's. "taiiio 2To"tico.
TnE tinderjlrncd having leased the spacious Cotton
Jfarehcnue, corner ot Monroe and Third streets.
lately ocenpl.d by Messrs, Chapman fc 6o., are prepared
to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt," Sugar and Merchandise
generally, cpoaxavorauis terms.
leoj-oin iv. a. uuismn at uu.
ISAAC 2IETILL .............A. 3. CCSfUXGHAJJ.
NEFIL.Ii & CIJXNIlVGHABIi
DEALERS IN SLAVES,
No. 174 Haln Street, three doors North ef Adams.
WK have thirty-five likely Negroes for sale.
and will keep constantly on band a good sup
ply of likely Negroes, coosi-ung or nen, rxy,i
'and EirK. field hands and home servanta all,
nf which will b sold on reasonable terms, and folly guar
antied. We will also Board and Sell Negroes, oa commission,
bclns well provliled for that business. ap28-dawly
Great Stir gains,
PHIJLIPS & WHITE'S
No. 233 Hain Stroet.
I -rTfTK invite attention to our large stock of Spring and
I VV Summer Goods, which we are selling ana intena
i lei cheap for cash.
BniLIPS & "WHITE.
"WALKER & BROTHERS,
No. 79 Pront Tiovr,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING,
ABD WHOLESALE DEALEBS IX
' STAPLE AJfD FANCY
Dry Goods, Boots & ssuocs.
ARE just receiving and opealug a spleadld assortment
of Spring and Summer Goods, to which tbey call tha
espectal attention of Country Merchants and River Tra
ders. Our f scllltles sre such ss to compete wilh any, and
to undersell a good many. Fleaso call ana set.
NELSON & NEWELL,
WHOLESALE UIALLKl III
OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY1!
SXAHCTACTURERS Or ,
Domestic Liquors and Rectified . Avhisky,
MAIN STREET, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF UNION,
i-r AVE In Stare
XL half pipes Olard, Tupuy h. Co., Brancles ;
3 " " Finet, tiastiuou i., nrauuiw.
8 or. pipes
6 " " Henersey,
10 " casks Pert Wine;
fi ' Mad .".
4 " " dil Sherry Wins ;
100 bbls. Old Bourbon Whisky ;
60 " " Rje
200 " Rectified
100 cases Ginger Wins;
300 bt.ls Ale :
.riA MA . . r r I A m-.v.
.w,vw aosviH-u v ,
nr rij-r.. nn. viririTii-. ion. ceo.
, ... , r 1 i H, .
In our line, to which the attention 01 thctraue 15 resprci
tuuy soiicu-u. j.
J. P. PRESdOT & CO ,
J JOl. JlJ JL- -W JL. J Its.
SOAP AND ;CANJ)LES,
Foot of Jefferson Street,
T-rrEalso keep on hand COTTON SEED OIL, which we
r T. 'guaranty to answer an purposes lor wnicn Lara
Oil is used. - We have certificates from competent Judges
to'thi's effect. We can sell tt fen per cent cheaper than
.1 -JL Ij BL .11 Ij I
Spring and. Summer
THE subscriber takes pleasure In announcing to his
friends and tbe nubile genera Iv. thst'he has just
openeu his large and carefull' selected stock of bTAPLE
and FANCT GOODS suited to the Spring and Summer
seasons, which are on sale low to cash or prompt paying
customers. For the ladies Eugenia, Marrarette, Gren
adine, "Organdy, Binge and Muslin Robes; beautiful
plain and fancy Poult de Loi, OrgandlesfLawns, Berages,
Muslins. Gingbams and Prints; rich' Lace, Silk, and
Embr.l ered Swiss Mantles ; sets Honlton, Maltese, Tolnt
and Muslin Sleeves and Collars ; Bugle, Gimpnre, Thread
and other Laces : Fringes. Ribbons, Dress Trimmings,
Gloves, Hositry, Skirts of all tinas, Laaiesumoreuss
and Parasols, etc v
A larga lot of Ready-Made uiotnisg, uiotns, uasimercs,
Boots. Shoes, liats. Osnaburgs, bleached and brown
Shirtings and Sheetln's, Linens. linen Drills, Cotton.
ades. and In a ward every mini in tne ary goous line.
Countrv Merchants are offtrrd great inducements.
Call and examine my stock. No charge for ,bowlng
goods A. C. BLA1B,
spsutf jio. sn actiin atrce, west siue.
latest flrnvals :
TTi: aranowln receipt ot a large portion of eurlsa
W tlfol and magulficent Spring stock of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
Consisting In part of
BERAGE and ORGANDEE ROBES,
LACES, of avery variety.
EXQUISITE LACE SETTS and EMBROIDERIES, of
everv descrintlon all latest styles.
A general and co-op ele assortment of Planters Goods;
Gents Cloths: Plain and Fancy C.sslmercs and Testings,
nf the motarnrovedT)attems; Men and Boys' Furnish
ing Goods ! Hats, uapsauoois ana noe ; irunxs,
Uses, carnet Bags, uarpeiing na ji.iung, iuu iu uui.
tlLn, all articles usually kept In our line. All of which
we propose selling very low far cash.
Give ns a call, and wo pledge ourselves you shall have
good Goods, and at tne lowest mariei prices.
March 19. rum a. unua
Jit Ihehoute occupied formerly by Mrs Thompion,
HAS lust returred with the finest and best
stock 'cr genta' and ladles' BUUT3 ana biiuta,
which, being selected expressly for this market.
"he warrants for durability and late style.
At Ihc same time, he te jl'rs bis thanks to his 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 line at tbe earliest no
tice. An early cat! is sMicitco.
apS-3ra WM. MILLER.
jrjrBulletiu p'.cise copy.
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 298 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS. TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
JUain sfrcsf, next door to Odd FcUowt' Hall,
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods,
Paints. Oils. "Window Glass, Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
E"r Every article sola by ns warTantea as representeo,
. . ... . . . . 1.1
suajeci. to w reiQuiea ai our cxiwuk. jm,o-ij
E. BBEATnETT 3. B.. STOBEB.
. THOMPSON & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO E. B. BACIBE,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Vine lU'ivndics, Wines,
Havana Cigar s9
ABB THE riBEST QUALITT OT
JEFFERSON STREET, (Breathett h. Stoner's Building,)
Between Mala ana secona.
rST RECEIVED Brandies, nenry Mounle fc Co., 1S10;
Old Castlllon, 1815; Old Lamonde, 1820;
uia uocneii, ana auierent oranaings.
"Wines, Champagne and Claret ;
Old South side Madcrla, Topax Sherry
Champagne, Fleur de Bougy, Criam do;
Crescent, Olivier. Old Cbampertin Bergundy ;
Old Tleux Caps Sparkling Bergundy ;
Clarets, Chataux MartrCaux, Latour Glass Stopper;
Lafite, SL Estpbe, and other brands, too numerous
Scotch Ale. London Porter :
V n rr eirrrim ftr? fcp f.fcO.Llm
Z3r 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,
asgl2 MESiPUIS, TENN.
Laths asd SiiiHgles.
B0GERT& WITT an still making Laths, and are al
ways prepared to supply the public with the best ar
tida at reduced prices. They are also making Shingles,
and will keep a supply constantly oa hand. Mill on "Wolf
rlvar, absvs ta Baysti. J sly IS, 6C-ly
JOKK E, HYDE ALEX. MACAULAT.
JOHN E. HYDE & CO., -
COamlssIOB & Forwarding Merchants,
ACE-ITS TOR THE
Memphis and New Orleans Packet Line,
Ooxi Sroi-aardL c Co.'s
Tlirougli Line f New Orleans,
MOBILE AND ALABAMA R1VBU PACKETS,
No. OG.Poydras Street,
SEW ORLEAXS, LA.
PARTICULAR and personal attention given to the For
warding of Goodj.
Jleftrencet Messrs. AlrCombs tt Trie, Hsncock,
ClatXc Co.. Lavallctte. Sblrlev it Co.. J. J. Jfnmhv.
luu j-oiier oapi u. u. uauren, J. J. RawlHgs,
W. s. LAWTOB. . c. sr. snrivra.
Fromerly Of Lawtonvllle, 3. O Of Charleston, S. C.
.LAWTON 6c CO.,
Upland and Sea Island
COTTON AND MCE FACTORS,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants,
i"l. 3t EAST J1AI AIU UUXUI a CO.'S WIIAUF,
CIIARLESTOK, S C.
WILL sell Co tun. Rice, Fleur, Wheat, Oern, Naval
8"ors, fcc. -
Having an experience of twenty five years'fn Vasiness,
we gusrautee satisfaction to all who patrotrit as.
.Prompt, personal attention gives to tHe forwarding
Refebebces non. R. D. Trevllle, Ex-LienL Gov.;
J. H. Shepherd, Esq., of the firm of SaephardfcMc
Crrary; Jas. Tapper, Esq., Master In Equity; Hen. W.
J. Grayipn, Ex-Collector and; Bx-Mt O.,' Charleston, S.
C. Rev. n. D. Duncan, Gen.L. M Aye r, BarnwtlL S.
O. Gov. 0. J MtDonald.-Judge T Stocks, Georgia1. K.
G. Jaudon, Esq., Dr..R. G. Mays, Florida. Joseph
Ramsey, Esq.. Tean. W. J- Dan, Memphis, Tna.
C. N. AVERILL,
uccciTinj, Fonvarding and Commission
(snccEtaoK to t. ste.-ih6uie fc o.,)
NO. 4 HATNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ti EFERENCKS John CaldweU. PresWeat S. 0. R. R..
JX Columbia, S C; Col. J. A. Wbitessdes, and II. W.
Massengale, Chattanooga, Tenn ; Ger.W. WHHams &
Co., Cbarlestorr, B. C ; Chas. X Anderson, Gtnera!
Agent, Nashville, Tenn,; Win. Tajlor fc Co., Montgom
Particular attention given to the settlement of
FREIGHTS rand for lust and damaged Goods by vessels.
ap21 dly "aa-
SAM'L MATTHEWS & SON,
General jlgentt to Bny, Sell and Locate Land
in the Mississippi Bottom.
PARTICULAR attention is paid to I he selection of
COTTON PLANTATIONS rm the Interna! Ira
prorement and Chickasaw School Lands
Several years experience enables I rum to give satisfac
tion. Terms easy.
Address "Pleasant Mount, Panola county, "Miss."
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AttD BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS OP Alili KINDS, "
ViV Main-Street, Lquisville, BLy.
rlTZQEBALD...CHAS. C. BILL,. J. WOODWOBTn,
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Succcttori to Pcnk, Simpson Co.,)"
Grocers, Produce calers.
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
No. 92 Pront How, Memphis,
C. T. M. BOLABD... ...A. I. HCET
IVOJLiA?wB & CO.-,-
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
Ti EFER TO J. Knox "Walker, Miles Owen and Capt.
At, unariey unnrch. s feb7-tf
S3News, Enquirer and Fowlkes' Express copy till
W. ALEXABDEB .BJT LASIINO.
ALEXANDER & LANSING,
COMMISSION 1 MERCHANTS,
AlZk. U- AAA Vi i-J M. tltAsUll,
SttiTit Tjouis, nVTTo.
J. Murphy, Memphis; Cook fc Co., Memphis ;
Barnett & Walker Todd fc Goyer, '
Charles Potter, " feb5-6m
BRADY & AY1ES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
t . " . a w . - . vr
iuuiu -tivci, Aiuuiaviiii:, ara.,.,
MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine IUp", Bag
ging, Jeans, Linseys, fcc. . )aa2S-ly
X. O. SMITH. ...B. r. GUTHRIE. ...GEO. 3. ROWLAND.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
DEALERS IB "
Foreign and Domestic Lsnuors,
ABD AGENTS TOR TriX SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
So. 364 ainln Street, between Second and Third.
C. Id. HARTZT.
.....B. B. HARVEY.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
will be given to the Sale or
Forwarding of Goods or,
Produco consigned to our
3 address. We wilt contract Freight
above tor re-shipment cither by aall or steam ves:
We have had several years' experience in our market
in the purchasing of Staples and assortod Merchandise.
iiei Es to uooc n. uo., j. i. lirimrrg s. jjro , peeu
& Strange, Hannah fc Shanks. dec!2-ly
Itt Crmut Saloons, c.
P. H. HEINRIGH & BRO.,
297 ivzjxjnsr s 'I'x-iJE: m "x-.
TTTHOLESALE and retail dealers in Fancy and Plain
r candies, uares, rrulls, Preserves, Jeflies, ete- We
have fitted up our fine
ICE CREAM SALOON.
andare now ready to serve the cooling luxuries to all that
give ns a call. ray!2-dlm
OPENING OF THE MAMMOTH
ICE CREAM SALOON,
Odd Fellows' Hall.
LTIOCCO takes pleasure in annonnctng to his patrons
and the public in general that he has at a creat
expense procured the above place, and Is now Teady to
serve thecoollngluxnries forwhlcb everybody knows he is
famous. To add to the entertainment of tbe public be
has engaged tbe celebrated Mechanics' Brass Band.
IOE CREAM SALOON!
BEGS leave to Inform tbe Ladies and Gentlemen ot
Memphis and its 2clnlty tbat he has now opened
his newly fitted up ICE CREAM SALOON, In his new
brick building on Madison street, where he will be pleased
i see nis o:a customers, ana toe public in general.
S3- Always on hand, every variety of Confectioneries.
He wHl also furnish Wedding Parties and Balls at the
shortest notice. JOSEPn SPEOHT.
WORSIIAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under the Wor-
T7"XEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
JX and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their own Juice, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters. Pickles. Cordials, Syrups, fine WlrTe. Brandies, all
kinds Nuts, fcc.
In connection with this establishment, I bare fitted up
ICE CREAM SALOON,
For the accommodation of citizens and thevlsl ting public
rajo-atiibnov s. p. BBICHBTT0.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap- and Candle
141 Main street, Memphis. Tcrin.
1 1 lu&mgnesimsrxei. prices paid for rough and rendcrtu
X Tallow, Xird and Soap Grease. eov2-I'
Room and Accommodation
FOR FIVE HUNDRED STRANGERS AT THE
BAZAAR OT FASHION!
NO. 223 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS.
THAT Is to say, roexa tn our Store and Straw Rooms
up stslrs for five hundred strangers, whom we can
accommodate with the finest and moU fissionable Boa.
nets and Mantillas ; rich Silks and Fancy Dress Goods ;
Embroideries, Ribbons, Trimmings, and ail other flae
Fancy Goods which ar usually kept In the most fashion
able establishments, whleh. we Ill dispose f at very
moderate prices. TPersons visiting Memphis at this in
teresting time, will please give us a caiL
aPSO X. BARIKD3 & CO
PER EXPRESS, five hundred BONNETS, among which
JL me . -Neapolitans sua 0Be straw Ecgenias; French
Chip Bonnets ; Neapolitan, English aad Swiss Straw.
Also, one hundred Sbak-r lloods, all of which we wW
u low. K. HARINDS fc CO..
M No. 221 Main street.
"tP fire hurklred new styles MANTILLAS, composir-
vr c.rv T.riiv iroin iqb co.BTjesc m inf. mnat .n.,i.t
uiuusii. on, wnicn we wui sen at a very small alvaaco on
K. BARINDa i CO..
?M 223 Main street.
"UR stock is now complete, and comprises an extensive
vaniy 01 t-Ht Kaoes. urzanaies. RrMi.in.. ..a
Barece TtAbes. f lli rirl.t .mi i.t..t -i
. . ' . . ...,. J . , , c LU
particdar attention to this department, as the, w.-.
'-'r wiui sreai care, ana naviag a large ( lock ea hand.
n b wivff. HUI I C I J IQW pilUS.
i K. BARIND3 fc CO.,
PM 2 Main street.
AttheEaxaarot FaslOoB. E. BARINDS fc CO.. '
'P30 223 Main street.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS,
-n.iio. o uourt street,
BETWEEN MAIN STREET AND FRONT ROW.
HAS Just returned with her stock of Spring and Sum
mer MiltlBery, and will open on FRIDAT. the 27th
instant, co.sistlng in part.ot
, Fine French Fie. era ;
Fins French Wreaths;
I.adb's' and Misses' BjnaeU ;
Ribbons, D rets Bats;
Lao and Edging's ;
I tt auu . uci4i KPinwai si atiuicerv uaojs. Th.i.-
raies of Memphis and vtciaitv are resneclfnl'v Invitni to'
can ana examine tor tnemseires.
Qir25-tt n. CARTER.
ftF IF GOOD:
!. SPRING FASHIONS,
ESIPORHJiH OF FASHION.
295 MAIN STREET,MEMPHIS,TENN.
WE aro-receiving and opening, for the
r&F inspection of .he ladies, one or the most
ok iniou0.e-ioci! or rrencn jtiiitnery aad i
rancr Dry Guuds ever brob2ht to this mi. n . .r
select ass.6rtmenLof Dress Goods," Silks, Bereges, Char
lies, Organdie Gcajfdees, Tissue Kobe., p'alnaad dotted
Muslins, Kb? Weoall particular attentfbnto our
Consisting of all styles ot Frcrxh Bonnets, Leghorn, Eng
lish Straw, N'opclltan Eugeniea and Gfpst.-, Flowers
and R lbbons. Five thousand dollars worth of fine French
Embroideries. V.lcnclnes, Gimpure, Honbon, Paint Lace
setts', Chanttlly Lace,
Lac Basqulnes, Dress Trimmings of all styles ; Piraiolj;
Fans, Gimpure Laees, fcc. -. .
Also, at the Emporl-.rn of Fashion. Dress aid JfanlHla
Making done, guarantying satilfacllon as to style-naif
.hape. . ."-.'
Mournlag geodi arwaysn hand, and orders promptly
attended to. The ladles are most respectfully Invited to
call and examino our goods before purchasing elsewhere.
N. STTI.LMAN fc CO.,
apl2 29 Mala street, Memphis, Teun.
jlJE STO VIC:
THE subscriber would Tespectfaily aru
nounce to the ladies of Memphis i,d sur
rounding country, that he is now opening a
complete fresh stock-of PARIS MILLINER!".
cTtJ i FANCT DRY GOODS LACES, EM BRO I D
y? A. ERIES, ard a general assortment of LADIES
FANCT GOODS, which he la prepared to sell at the
very lowest prices, for cash.
All kinds ot MILLINERY mad to order at the shortes:
notice. WM. SILBERBERG, 4.
No. 200 Main street, third door above Lehman's Dry
Goods House. mart"
TO TIIfrLADIES ANDGENTLEMENOF
JAMES MILLSON, formerly of Clncln
"all, Ohio, would re,).fclljlly announce to
the citizen, ef Memphis that he has opened'
a BLEACniNG aad PRESSING Establishment on Union
streeBJnrar DeSoto. where Bonnets. Plats. Gipsey and
Gents' Ilats will bone in the besstyle for tho.-e wao
i.w uiui wiui .peir pa.rooax-r " aiso, jsonneis ayeu anc
pressea ror 'tores, at low prices.
Please give him a call, on tfnlon street, near DeSoto
msx22 3ra " '
flauiatioit cSuptus, &t.
A. S. IIABCOCE...B. O. CLARK.. ..GEO W. TROTTER.
Late Williamson fc' Late Aydiett fc Late of Somen IHe,
HANCOCK? CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, ROPE.DACON, LARD,
AH rF-aZins-iqs of Erodiico,
NO.IJ FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
inn B81'8- and half Bills. Harris' arAt ;
J..U U 60 casks quarts aad pints LondedTortsr;
10P dorep Hostetters Su-mach Bitters ;
150 bbis. Dexteis and FiicVene Whisky;
200 bbls. IUrrison's Ohio Floor ;
25 casks Baoou Sides, Hams, and ShouMtrs;
60 bbls. Mackerel. 50 kits Mackerel ; 3
75 K xen Cove Oysters;
CO gross Garrett's Sunn" bottles and papers ;
260 boxes Star Candlrs, 60 Lxen Brooms;
- 50 cell Mamlla Rope, all rises ;
16 boxes Virgin! Tobacco;
25 boxes Soda Crackers, 25 bbls. rie-Nk Crackers ;
60 bexes Lemon Syrup, 26 boxes Smoking Tobacco ;
25 boxes Pie F all, 25 bexes S torch ;
60 boxes Pickles, 25 boxes Catsap
ALSO. Sugar. Coffee Molasses, TtaiOranges. Lemons.
Figs, Raisin', Almonds, Pecans, ErgAsh Walnuts, Fil
p.'6 gf -"f"J. r. i kaak. No. 35 Front Row.
lilfs BAGS Rio Coffee, Just received and for satekv
A VV to I
i tbe tiadeby
No. 2S Front Row.
OF. nnDS. Sugar, just received and for, sale lew to
tho trade, by
DOUGHERTY fc ATDLETT,
No. 23 Front Row.
OK BOXESSssorted Tickles;
25 boxes fine old 0. Brandy ;
25 boxes Table Salt ; just received and fr sale low
to the trade by DOUGHERTY fc ATDLETT,
ap!5 No. 23 Front Fow.
S. B. WILLIAMSON,
(Successor to Williamson $- Hancock.)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars Sec,
SO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
Received this Day,
PC A BBLS Mess Poi ;
60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
25 tierces Sugar-cured Haras ;
20 kegs Shot, assortod sizes;
"00 by- Whisky.
AH of which we will sell cheap for cash at Ne,
Front Bow, Mempnis.
July! 8. B. -WILLIAM SON.
THE subscribers keep on hand tha following articles,
which they warrant to be of first quality, and for
sale low for cash ;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver fc Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture;
Bacon, hog-round ;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior article ;
Lime, Cement and Plaster Paris ;
Together with a general assortment ot all articles usu
ally kept in a G rocery store.
GWTNJTS & GIBSON,
July Nos. 1 and 2 Kxchang Building.
SOME FORTY OR FIFTY ACCLI
MATED COTTON NEGROES.
FRpM the State ef Georgia, consisting of
ok ra.n wnraen. nnr. ana .in. . m.r . v.
are urae Very likely families. In a, few'
jB days wa Intend to concentrate our carcbases
from Kentucky and Virginia to this point,' and'-lva the'
Buyers 01 mis country an opportunity or Utvf sting their
money In good 'Negroes. Give us a call before making
mar22-3m BOLTON, DICKINS & CO
1. 2I-ALEXABDER J. t. CniDESTEIt.
3. H. BOBWOOD.
M'ALEXAND ER & CO.'S
.AVING purchased She Omalbtis Line for
merly aimed, by F.etcher fc Keck, we are ooen
3'r.r Ih Snrin, Kn.lnu. n.. 1
i u.our nrm art an axwn to tha citlaena of the
n:uu vur ana tne anrrssndl r nunm
Prom oar exnerience la wnMir sriIrm. v. -
dent that w are qsaltOrd to carry out lh enterpriso in
which we engage. Giva us a trial ; we will endeavor to
We shall have new ocnnlbuaM. enn t.mt r.r.M
steady drivers and aeceh--oodtin? a-.,,,. '
23" Office at I bo. General Railroad, Stage and Omnibus
.AKcitt.,, mi uie worsnam Mouse, whero tickets may be
"WliTO Alt IUUW.
ajSlm Mc ALEXANDER fc CO
Mississippi and Tennessee
Grenada and Inte rmedlato Points.
J. P. MCALEXANDER Si. CO.'S
DAILT LINE OF
FOUR HORSE POST COACHES,
ITiROM Memphis to Grenada, in connection with the
Mississippi aad Tennesee Railrua I. a distance of one
hundred and Bv miles fifty miles railroad, aad but one
cuange or oaggage. Time tbrougb, thirteen hours.
New Coat h s, fine teams and caret al drivers, and time
and money saved oo mistake.
Jj-For Tickets, and slides rl Information, apply to
nr agent, at tha General Railroad. Stan mad Unioibni
umcr, ai ine vv ersnam House.
myG-"ni J. P McALEXANDSR fc CO.
WASHINGTON, ARK., TEXAS. &C.
STAGE leaves Gasier's Landing, Ark., (Mississippi
Itver.l MONDAYS. WEDNESDAYS, and KR1DAY3.
at 8 a. at., and arrives in Washington in fitly hours
Fare $18. Washiagtua passeage-a have the prtfereace
f seats Passing tbr.uth M,nttcelo, Warren, Hamp
ton aad Oamdea. eeauectlag at Camden wl-h Stage lines
to Btdarado and lo Hot Springs via Princeton, Tulip and
' Oaaaectra; at WashUigtoa with lines to Clarkstllle,
Texas, Shreveport, Laalsuna, aad Little Rock, Ark.
The road through the Mississippi bottom is greatly im
proved, and maney has been asDrsnriated from the In
ternal Improvement and ether funds which guaranties.
mat i. win oe maae equal to any other portion of t be roai
this summer. BMOAN fc CO. . Proprietors.
Beldibg & Stobe. Agents,
ap23-datwlm Gaiter's Landing.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
Uailvoad rvoui Cairo!
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Hours, -without Srtai
oj ituage or unangt oj Lars or Baggage.
BRANCH FROM CENTRALIA 13 NOW FINISHED.
Thus, shortening the time to sixteen hours to Chicago.
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving ihe same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New Tork, Boston, and all Eastern
ami. Atlantic Cities.. Only two change of Cars from
Cajra to Niagara, and three from Vairo to Albany, and
fottiJrosi Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New
York, forty-nine hours. Fare as iow, and comfort great
er, than, br any other route. Pasngers throuah ute
(OT suhfecjted to tho delaya consequent tol the frequent
changes by short lines ot Railroads through Indiana aid
unie, io4ee jsast ana .North.
Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the Bast, wjth Lake
Shore Railroad and Steamers for lucfle, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, fcc., aad with a splendid Line of First Class
swamera for aauit att Marie, Lake Superior, Colling
wood, Toroato, fcc.
"Tains leave Cairo Every Morning and Evenlnr as fol
6.-05 a. 2d.. Chicago and Bunleltbf Zxnreas. Snndavs
This. Train connects at Chicago with New York Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
sew aoTKieairaiHatiroadJ, through in thlrty-ooe hosrs.
This Train also connects at Sandoval with Olio and
Mississippi Railroad tor St. Louis and Viacennes; al
Papa, with Trains tf the Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincin
nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena
DunMth ; tbe latter mnnecting with Trains to Spring
field, Naples, Rock Island, Burlington and Qulncy.
d:iu r. d, iew tors: Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, excent on signal.
connecting with Main Line Day Expreui f ruea Decatur U
uanmra, ana arriving at intcago at 2 r. it.
Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, wig find at Dun
leitb, steamers ot the Danleith and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Calrc
Traia for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, fcc. Puseazer
for Janes vtlle sad Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con-
ueciai xrccpori wisa Trains 10 xieioil ana Janesvill.. an.
from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
The Maps and Charts indicating the Great Central
Route to the Noth and East are an exact transcript of
Colton'a Map of the United States, and passengers, are
requested to examine this route as well as the running
time cards of tbe connecting Roads, and judge for them
selves as to tcecerrrctnessof the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thns forming a speedy and direct means of
communication between the Upper Lakes anLRlve, and
the Lower Mississippi, affords to tbe pleasure travel.r,
a. wellBs the business man. attractions and facilities
for reaching tbe North and East, which surpass those of
any other route whatever. The accommodation fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
eling public, tha permanency of tbe road and structure,
the strength and elegance of the Engln s aad Cars, com
mend themselves o those who desire in traveling sveed.
comfort and safety. State rooms secured 00 all packets".
uuuurui'UAs iisAit, wim tne priviieg.
of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis
No. 15 Jefferson stteet.
. WILLIAM MORIN, Agent,
H8-l- ' Memphis. Tenn
J. S. EBWIB.
WELIsER & IGRWiiVj
AND LUMBER YARD,
Orrrfort sfrrrf, near the Memphis and Ohio Depot,
KEEP for sale and make to order Doors. Blinds, Sash.
Mantles. Frame, Hoardings ma everything In that
litso, at the bet materials and worsmausbin. Tbey arr
aiw prepared 1000 all linns of Sawing aad Planing for
the trade, and to erect buildings of every description; to
saeive and fit up stores, and other Jobbing.
Having procured initabb- maehin. rr tbey will toon he
eBabM-toraannfacture PACKING BOXES of aH kinds,
eheaper arid better tbaa ever before made In the city.
Shingles. White Pine and other Lumber for sal-, dressed
"CJr- Orders from the country promptly attended to.
C. B. 3I00RE J. ItALSTEAD B BANKS.
STAR "PLANING MILL,
Door, Sash and Blind Manufactory,
SECOND STREET, SOUTH OF UNION,
FLOORING", Weatherboards, Doors, Sssh, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames and Casings, Mantles. Mould
ings. Cornice. Celling, Lstti e Work, Baseboards, Turn
ing. Scroll Work, Shelving, Boxes, fcc, and every de
scriptl.aof Buildla: Material, dressed and undressed,
always on band aad made to order.
AIUOKE, 11 ALSTEAD fc CO.
N. B. The highest cash price paid for all kind, of
THE undersigned bare opened a Carruse Factory en
Second street, between Washington and Adams
streets, where thry are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair Carriages at the shortest notice. AH work done by
then, will be guarantied, and a share ot public patronage
Jan3-ly L. 3. BURR.fc CO.
M. TOWELL & CO,
r-fTP!j7 TniSextenslve establishment continues
nam ana aecono:, wnere maybe found a
very flue assortment of Carriages. Bug
gies Rockaways. fcc, of their own manufacture. They
take this method ot returning thanks for past favors,
and invite this itblng to buy to examine their stock
before purchasing elsewhere. ap!7 ly
J & A. WOODRUFF,
2TOS. 3 Ss 4 Exchange BnUdings,
CONSTA NTLT on hand a large assort.
ment ot CARRIAGES, from th belt
"manutactsrie.. In the United States.
- Carriages built to order aid work fnllv
guarantied. All kinds ot Repairing done with neatnets
and dispatch by
apu 6m J. fc A WOQDRUTF.
C. C. MAYDWELL'S
nAo ivr, iti vj r, u a u
Adams Street, feet. Main and 2d,
T XT-HERE can be found all description of Grave Work,
Y V which will be furnished aa cheap as It xan be got
In any market West, - Also, Building "Work dona at short
notice. , -ssk-Dv
It is to ths lattrstotjiri -wains wanting such work to
purchase f rorflhV yards at'Memphls instead ot purchas
ing rromi Agez.is;'a-iino'jsiaauiaetors have to add tne
twenty peccant, thai Is" paid Agents -to the work sold by
them. Southernsrs, look to roar interest.
dJ-daw9m 0. 0. MATDWBLL.
TRAVELING PUBLIC '
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
THROUGH TICIiETSTARE REDUCED"
TO CARR01LT9N ..
TO BLACK HAWK
. 9 Oil.
. 12 00.
. 15 GO.
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING- soath et nHy Spnacs, at the Talla
hatchie river, with I be DAILT SOUTHERN MAIL
LINE to New Orleans, via Jackson, Mls , the eteapest,
most pleasant aad quickest route to the above-namfd
L-ast stagr s and the best road. The cars will fooa be
at Oxford, still stwrte lag this n.aie.
Travelers will look to tbtir comfort and sockets. A
word to toe wise is soffieteat.
tj For Tickets or information appl, to SIMS & CO. S
Ageata, at the Railroad. Si are and Omnibus Ticket Of
fice. Commercial Hotel. , raa,13-d f
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL. AND TEN-
OPEN from. Junction with M-mphis and Cbarlewtc.
Railroad t Mion. 16 milts VarLh nt naitr.r
c.even mile. Satb of Jaeksoa. Tenn.
FASSENGHAND MAILTRAIN leaves G'aad Jano
tion daily at 10 a. at . or on amv.i f nuimi-i-- -n.n
train from Meicphis, cooniKtlnz at Mlon wh W,lya
vairaitMimdiiujub,, gu,! Hunting
ton, and by rav uf Leitnits-i. riirt..n w..r,uij
Mount Pleasant, and from rarisz nm tTth.Tinn..uJ
and Alabaa-a ltallroad.
Retaraisr.kavnMedonatliSO r. ,r , ooasootlng at"
Grand Junction with evectag mall tr.ia tato Mem, Lis.
arrlviag at 7-45 '
p'5 R P. NEELT. Sap't.
MISSISSIPPI AND TE-VNESSJ-R
3Toxcr OtJOU to Sar-Hn.. .
Two Daily Trains oach -Wixr
FROM and after WBBNESDAT, March 25 1SJ7 tho
MAIL TRAIN leaves Memob,; a iJZL'
cepled ) at 7. 15 a. at , arrtviar.tSartisat I0:Ma Ja
Retaralng Jjavei Sardu at 10:35 a. at., aad arrives al
Memphis at 1:55 1 at
Thu Train conarets at Sardla with Messrs J T MoAl-
exaader fc Co. 'a Dally Line or m da.. rt Coaches
PaaoU, Grenada. Canton, Jsckaea aadTlckabarr
Tbe ACCOMMODATION ... p.iit -r . . Al-.
Sarda at 5:30 a. at., arnviog at MembkU at V3-'i a. M
at Sardia at 7.30 1. M .
Passengers are requested to psrehaas tickets Arfor
eateriog the cars, aad aava payment .f extra fare.
Bagg.ge checked to an atattoas es the Railroad, and 00
baggage will be recaivtd without betag heck--i Zseh
passenger will be allowed ItO pouads .f bijtt.r, by Rail
road, aad O poind, by stage, but n srtlcl. win bt car
ried as baggage that Is not Incident to th. svu. r tk.
I,e . Compary wIRbild tkr-asttres re
sponsible for an amount notexcerdl2i j ja
"f3Vegroes, when traveling alaae, matt have a permit
?klm,.S,lle Jy,lat t0 bUh tbr art t. g, aadspeitrytei
that they are to travel by Rauroad. or they wia " t a.
carried. b ir .itoict
"i?51? - . Superinteadonl.
SyEarie and Eaaalrer. Momi-i. t-.. it
papers, Grenada papers, and Ihe Mtssis.lppia'n. at Jack
son, copy and dlscpattaae former advertisements.
EAST AND NORTH.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
mwuau touurciion oinci rn.ra MEMPHIS to
Tork Philadelphia. Baltimore
Cay Rschmnad, Charleston. aadSavauaah.
iuiiuiuu tickjsts sold to tre foUewiug potato
Nashville, ChattanougA Augu.-ta, Cbarleseoa. Witmtsw
ton, Atlanu, Moataoaiery, Colomtns, Ga, Macoa aad
'IIIKOUGU TO XASHVILXE IS 25 IIOORS
inreuga met OOoe at tbe Caasaemal tw 1 w..
phis, Teaa , P M PA1TRRSON, Ageat.
Tickets always good.
Fare as low as ay aay other tVnt-M roate.
For Passesgers. a Bi w roate la utr
BRN and ATLANTIC C1T1K . awara. t -
and safety direct aad txpeditaaas, wttsi riinim thuji sai
Patsiag thoogh stave territory, perfect secsrhy W.Smd
for the coaveyane- tl servaato
For FREIGHT front -New Yotk. I oth.r T . 1-,. .i
by s earners to Charleston or Sv.uah ad aatrwa, ril
recttoMempbU. thraLewts. of oatberr. aad Wwru
Merchaats is a led to th ruute lx mg a- tiem .a
more expediilaas, than anv other
Tbe ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY Is now la xm.
tton with this lino.
The THROKGH MAILTRAIN K-avas Memakas B ULT
at 6:30 o'clock a. ai., eoaaecuag with EaMwawf iml
Westward trains ea the Nashville aad CbattArias Rats
road, at Steveas.a, sam. day.
Aiw coaaecto at Graad Junction wRh the MB-mtpp
Central Railroad to Hetty Springs, Oxford, Grenada Can
ton. Jackson, fcc., fcc.
Also connects at Grand Jaactien Station itWiT-mh-seCentral
Railroad to Boi-var. aad Jaeksos
Also connects at Pocahontas wtth Tri-Weakty Ussrot
Coaches twRlpiey, Foatotoc. Aberdeen trji. GM-tasba
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN" is, u....
LDA1 LT (except Sundays) at 2:45 r sr. . far J-racttaa with
ine j(isssippi uen:ial aad Teaaesosa Otstral Rtk-cb
Soawrville arid la terme ttato StaUass .
Baggage checked to all atattoas a the IUst-sad. aad
ne Baggage wttl be received without btng eeclsL
Each passenger wOJ be allowed seventy-fiv poaads of
baggage by Raitrtud, aad sixty pounds by Stage; bat no
article will be carried as baggage that is est laefcteat to
the person of the passenger. In caae of leas the Gsm
pany win hH themselves responsiblt for an amount 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 tbey are to go. and apeUtytag
that they are to travel by railroad, or they win aotbe
carried No ticket wlH be seM them, nor vH they be re
ceived on the ea-s, nnjeas their owner or agent be preseat"
or known to the . icket Agent and Coadector, or other
person to Touch tor genuineness of permit.
Superintendent ot Transportation,
sep21 Memphis. T'bo.
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Line for tho East!
Baltimore and Ohio
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (m
miles,) and to Washington, (400 mtles.l and mr.nt.
the fullest advantages both aa a frcUht and ..
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of s
AOeghenies; and being solidly constructed, compirtr
equipped and carefully managed. Is one of tho moat at
tractive ana saiesi rtauroaa in me united States Tu.
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and ZanesvUl. to
Wheeling, unites this road with al! portlona of tha rr.
The oblt Tnaocon Ticxitt noai Mrw..
Louisville and St. Louis to the Natio, vI
TBOrOLls, are sold by this road, which runs direct to
Washington without the delay of passing through Baltl
moie. It is also the only tin. by which baggage can ba
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
Jj-By the mail ROUTE from MempUs, taks the mall
steamers, running daily for LouisvBIe, connecting there
with mail steamers or JeCbrsonvtile Railroad fcr Cincin
nati, where they arrive so as to connect with ths cara of
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, coenectng tbrrs
with Central Ohio Ratlroad, through Newark aad2an
vllle, to Wheeling. By the express train of this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Wasbinxtui
Is less than 27 hours.
rj-Be sura to ask for tickets by ttt Baltimore a-ui ru
CS-Pastcngers from Memphis goinr East InnnA w
Louts, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. This route tlya through Vlnceones, Terra Uauto.
Indianapolis, etc, to Wheeling, over tha new n,L. -TJ
Mississippi and ccnnnectlns Roads. These connsctlons
are all direct, and the time from 3t. Louis to Baltimore
or Washington Is but about 43 hours. Through Ticket
by this rente may be had of tha Agent, under tha Pian-
wi u"i - m muowms rates : mo St. LouIa to
Baltimore $25; to Washington $2.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the imwi ..
the Baltimoro and Ohla Railroad, which leavs tbr.
daily tor Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Xw
Awr.. imosiyi ia 10 or 1. nourx, incruainx stopna-es
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of the country and
genera comfort, this road la second to non. llTthe Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses th
equipment ot any Railroad la ths United States and Es
prepared to do an immense business In tran-portation.
The road makes Immediate connection at tho wharvsa and
ui mo .ircru 01 xiaiumore wim ine Ball road to Philadel
phia and New Tork, steamers tl Ericsson aad Balti
more STXAMinir Lines, by Canal and Sea to Xrsr
Tork, and by new Merchants and Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, fcc. Toe
particulars, see freight tana, copies of which way be had
ot tb Forwarding Houses In the West, or of J. B. To BO.
Receiving and Forw.rdins Agent at WheeUng.
Wit. S. WOODSIDB,
Mastorof Transportation, Baltiracie.
THROUGH TICKETS. Vlowtng the holders to aton at
any point, and resume their seats at pleasure, may be
purchased at the Company's Office, No. 15, JeaVrsoa
street, 3 doors Eaitst the Commercial Hotel, Memphis.
jcneaa-iy wai. Jtuitljs. Agsat.
"FT TF! "rVT O TT A T."
NEW DRUG STORE.
WE take pleasure In lnformiag the dtlatna oe
Memphis and the public generally that we Im rv
moved our stock ot Drugs to ths corner of Main aad
Union streets, and will take pleasure In accommo
dating all who may favor ns with a call.
We are also in receipt ot a full supply of fresh and sreo.
nine Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, Ac.
Particular attention paid to fining of Prsseripticas at
aU hours of day and night.
VcZl-tf , R. JOYNjeR. CO.
rrtlFTTbarnla'Puwd.redaad Crushed Bagarsfor. a.:
J by "aafl-r ' HANCOCK, CLARE fc CO
. .. - "astis&.(-:ir:. iA