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MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1857.
VOL. vni. NO. 62.
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McCLANAHAN, nDTTON h. CO.
L. . C LAM AH C. H. MOTT.
LAIttAII & 3IOTT,
ATJOBNETS AT LAW, HoUy Spritga, Mississippi.
G. TV. TRUEHEAUT,
ATSOKNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis
. Tenoeee. Omce in Mosby tc Hunt's sew Blocs, ap
stairs, Fivat Row. Refer to E. M. Appercon & Co., an
W. B. Miller. ap4-2ni
DOCTOR W. C CAVEXADGHj
HATING perauaeBtty located M Memphis, oflers his
services ia all the breaches of bis prefessiea to the
etMss ef Meaapbi and vicinity.
Oaee ea Main street, (West side.) betweea Adams and
Waahtactoa sUeets. ia Stereafon's BolWirxw. ' apl9m
EjHS'oSKeat I. X. Sledge &. Ce.'i Drag
the root trarce. mara-ir
Ntwonear Dr. It. L.
r-T- StalTPhymician aad Director of several Hef pttals
" Germaay, Bsember of diaereat Medical Societies
.vwTotk. has ioeatea in ine cuj er jsemptue, aoe ei-
AM. ,iif.. tn th. nnMk u 9tiMifi.il Imiwllff.
lor all opera t lone In S .rgery.
Osce est Wat&tBgton street, Dween juain ana
mr?c Mnnnn k v a? nitniTV.
w - . J
?vFF1CEob A earns street, ia rear of Jones, Brown &
J Co., en Main street. Dr. Moorman's residence en
. Schets street, between Vance aad Elliott streets.
A. EDMONDS. M. D . (late of Hopkterrille, Ky.l
. Hemeoeathlc and Hydropathic Phy.ldan, teedtrs
bis prelesnienal services to the citiims of Memphis.
Reotaensc Madteoa street, Bt-xttethe Plaaiag Mill.
Oaee Madison straet. adjotBiag the Advocate oafee.
Refers te McCeabs i. TrKe, J. Terian&Soa, W J.
Bavie asd W. E. MUton. mar2S-Sm
W. G. 1VEATHERFOIID,
COUNSELOR AT LAW, aad ReU Estate Agent, Xapo.
Refer te A. Wright. Kq , and Col. R. G. Payne, Mesa
phta; Jadee R. L Caratbers, Sepreae Coart; B. G.
EaataaB,Eq.,Nashvflle; Major G. A. Heary, Clarks
T4He,Teaa , aad Gea. T. B. FloarBoy, Desha Co., Ark.
CHAS. D. FONTAINE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Pootetec, Miss., will attend
etrietlf te alt proftseieaal basiaess which may be
estrasted him la any ll the OearU at North Miseis
J. A. MOON,
A TPORNET AT LAW, General Collecting aad Land
XX. Ageats, for tee xonnem ass &asieis veuauea oi
Arkaasat , BES ARC, ARE.
L,. O. RIVES,
ATTORNET AND COUNSBLOR AT LAW, MemphU,
. Teas. Oec2 In the Post Omce BeiMlag.
All haiaeis estreated te his care will receive prompt
ul faithfnl attention. Collect iocs promprtr mads In the
tarreeadmg ceanties of West Teaaewce, Mississippi aad
VR. SAMUEL GILBERT, SB.,bas returned to Ms oM
' bsanUad Bear Memphis, and reopened bis Iasna-
arr. aad wm reaata pemaaeatly. He treats the fsitew-
ar GheoHlc Bleeaees : Caaeer. Sere4Ma. Wh e SweHteg,
Taasrs aad Weas. witheat Sarsioal operattons. He also
mate aH (asrenic Faaale dteeses, S-ires ef leas standiBg,
letter, RheaaaUsm, SfpWlis, and all forms of Merearlal
Br G. deems K nnaecesf ary tossy mere, as be has Hv-
Bg witaeases of Ms saecess from alne to Oregon.
JAMES M. MURPHY,
ILL attend perseBelly te tbeleeatifig of Swamp Land
Serin aad Warrants la the Jaoksonpcrt and Helena
Districts, seMag Land aad paytag Taxes.
B. Graham. Memphis,Tenn.; A. S. Haer. Little Rock;
R. C Brier. ley, MaJ T. Mall. Miss.;
W. M. Fetwefl. " J. Norton & Co.. N- O.t
F. Laae kCa, " J. A. Rousseau, LaGrasge.
W P. Oaidse. Helena.: Tenn :
Myrtle & Moore, " W. E. Baits, LawrencevlBe,
Allen Polt, " P !
C. W. Beard, Jackseaport; Pool is WateenJacksenpart
R. G. PAYNE.
A TPORNET AT LAW. Meaphis, Tenn. Oflce in tke
JX. Pest Oaee BaikHec. Jetfersea street. iaar21-dly
J. A. ANDERSON.
A TTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office In
XX. Walter's BaUdtag, ovr MansaeM's Drag Wore,
Mala treet. janio-ij-
DR. WM. HEWITT
ILL nraetioe mediciwe. on the principle that there Is
ual la an svstems. and Dose an saOcieat. Omce
bb JeOafcaa street. In the Post Office BaMlng, second
doer flam the Post Omce. Residence en the comer of
Heraeade aad BlUett streets.
Oel. J. B. Staateu. X. Adams, Skj., Daywrod ceanty.
Rev. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. Mfrttn, -Fayette ceanty.
R. Seaerriae. Bj., F P. Maehn, Esq.,Tlpton county.
J. L. Webb, J. B. Ashe, jieapBts.
SMITH P. BANK.HEAD,
A TTORNET AT LAW. Memphis, Tenn. Office In the
XX. Pest Oaee Block, over Aydlett & Co., third story,
R. F. LOONEY,
TT8RNET AT LAW. Office ever C W.'Cherry
J. WtCEEBSHAM. ................... ED. A. BEECH EB.
WICK.ERSHAM & BEECHER,
A TTORNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tecnessee. OQce,
XX. No. 21 Jegersen street. lil-w
B. V. BICHABDSOX..W. W. WHEATLET..M. A It COS
Richardson, Wlieatley & Hiygs,
A TTORNETS AT LAW O See on the corner of Second
T and Court streets. Memphis. Tenn. ocll-ly
Taw. Offlce, tenth side ef Court Sjuare, one doer
west at wanace'S Aacaen mok, bp aiau..
A TTORNET AT LAW, Cevtngten, Tenn. AH hnslnem
XX. eatmstea 10 Bta care wau rewriTc proujv ..um...
' Tt nr. TlTIROSE."
1 TTORNET AT '.AW. Memphis, Tenn. Offlce on east
A side ef MalB straet, between Jefltrsoa and Adams.
naci w . ' - -
WffllAoa, W. E. MlHer and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tcna.;
City Auction Rooms, Ko.29 Front Row
L. JOHNSON & CO.,
O. "K-. BANNA aJOHN WINN, SUeinen.
WOULD wpedfclly IMona tke citiims f Memphis,
tbat ley bare epeseil ttl day, at NeS8 Fiout Row,
A GENERAL AUCTION DEPOT,
And are oow prepared to oCtrnnnrail tacilitea to partlea
harlnp llertfcandtt Real Etate or Kegroea to dispose i f.
We win have dally akt at eer atere, asd are ready to
attend sales in an' part o the city and coantry lira Tery
moderate commt.-i n.
We wi'l eflVct tales at prtrate tale oa comnlsalen lor
anr deertpUea at real or perFoaal property
We vUi keep a eiter at oar $ale Roam far Real Es
tate tor Sale, Laae or Rent aod Kecroea tor sale or birr.
Advances la Caah mase on any detCrioiUa o( property.
AT WHOLESALE !
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
OCR street la the wD-tesaie oeparimeni rp..
j t is now larar aoa compirir 10 weim wo re- jgg
tj spectrally can the attention of JlerchtnW
"only. Tboe trayine f r case, or satisfactory pa
per, at short dates, wii: nne it ii ttieir mieress 10 give
us a call before mating irmr parmases.
WboleaaK Jtoows op sUtra.
KICKS, TERRT & ANDERSON,
No. 215 Main street,
rp3-dawly Opposite Coart Sgoare, Memphis.
J. J. JESSY
JAMES BORO is. COi,
NO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, HBJ1PH1S, TENN.
BOOTS, SHOES AKD HATS,
Trunks, Yaliscs, Carpet Bags, &c.
WHOLESALE AITD EETAIL.
BT late arrivals, we are in receipt of aH kinds of Boots,
Shoes aad Hats, tbat are new aad deeirabie, making
oaeattbelargett and best stock of Bee custom-made
work for retail trade to be teeod in Ueaphis. Prices
will be low for cash Call aad we.
KICKS, TKRRT & ANDERSON,
No. 246 ilala street,
mar25-dly Opposite Coort Square, Memphis.
- f R. MILTON MCKNIGHT, late of New Orieaas, ba
iVJ. become associated with us la the Rrocery and Com
misstea Basleess dating from theUtj ist. Tbertyleof
the Arm wUl hereafter be-GATKS, WOOD iifcCNIGnT
Memphis, Feb. 10, 1967. GATBS & WOOD.
S. M. SATES ..A. Sr. WOOD M. St'ENIOHT.
GATES, "WOOD & TdcKNIGHT,
G 1. O C ft V S , ' 1 V Q & U C C
NO. 3 trNrON STRBBT, MRMPHIt.
AGENTS Hazard Powdor Company; CoWors' Wb'.tC
Lead and Oil Oampany, St. Lonls; for sale of Liv
erpool Salt feS13-tlJan
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
JBCBEIt & TTIXKEMIANN,
jlain-St., 3d Door uelow Union,
ARE prepared te nil all orders in the
House Carpentering and FnrcUQre busi
ness with Beatness ami dispatch.
Rrnalrinc and Vamif bios executed in
the best style. We warrant all work djne in our 6 nop.
J. JAOOBI & CO.,
(No. 3iS Mile, bet. TJaiea aad 6aree-eta,,)
Importers and 3!annfactarers ol
TT ATT ATT A & DOMESTIC .
IGABS AM) TOBACCO.
"lONSTANTLT on hand, a large assortmeat et toe most
Vy favurMe brands, at meterave prices.
J. "WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE ASD EETAIL
G M O 3S JB ,
ASD DEALERS IS A IX EI5DS OF
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Ssstheaat Corner ef Mnin and Union Sis.,
HAVE a i wars oa hand a well aod oaretully selected
sleeker article in their line, which they will sell at
the lowest current prtoea.
3- Orders promptly nuea wiu uispaica.
3. V. FUSSEIil.,
JOHN B. B0TTO,
BOOT AND SHOE
Si AX V. I? AG T 13 W. IS 1 ,
No. G6 Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
TVCq js3.jp ri ib, 101-1-1-1.,
KKRPScensUnUyonhand, BOOTS and
SHOES, of his owa make, also of other jftjjL'A
mantracturet s. He kerns, alo. Leather, fej
Sole and TJpoer. Calf Skins. Frnch and -
American Shee Finding., Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va
lises, all ef which he wi I seL as cheap as any In this
market. Otve btw a call before parchasiag elsewhere.
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard Oil, Soap and Candie
141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
THE trigs t market prices paM ror rouga ana-renoerm
Taflew. Lard and Soap Grease. Bov3-ly
L.7JEASLEV A. W.LOV1HO.
BEASLEY & L.OYING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
a T.1THJK itoctef Ttoiw and Bagaias always oa band.
A rfc.r ftv ceaU rjer bt.e. all other Predace at
asaal raees. inHrncaoBS svicay ouejru, mm prumpi
r-mHaace. AU P.edace Insured, naless otherwise m
street!. agg20 dawly
Surficru anlr gjcntristrj
SUCCES-OR TO DR. S. HOWCOTT.
TJAVIXG prepared myself well to practice Dentistry
in Jiempun. . j ,
aH who may need aeniors in the Dental line, aad bind
..i . ...ttMM An i T.Mh. and insert
rayFeu LU pcnviw miri.iwi.- ,
artlSciai teeth In the most approved style as well as 11
ess St Be ts ion or mj w j
All the reference I w;sh to give Is a fair trial ef my
oasce ea Main street, cpposite v. erseara iicuae.
x) situ a Piles, Fisttdas in Ano, Strictures, Stone In
Bladder, TJieera, Cancers, Tamers, j-oivpaa,
Bones and JeroM, Deiormities froai Bams, Hair-Lip,
n . nu.. frn ku nf T.lllS. Obeek. NoC. ETC-
lids. &c.. Closed Jaws from Salivation, and all other dii-
ses aad aWfonnitlef requiring Safgieal aH.
Dn FENNKRalse attends tosJl Diseases of the Eye
and Ear, and. Is prepared to Board Patients from a
S3-Ofice on Main street, to Walker's Building, real
deace oc Court street; gcpSO-dtwawlylrra
DR. JOHNSON'S INFIRJEA.RY,
'TOB DISEASES OF TBE
EYE AND EAR,
SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS,
ABTIFICIAL EYES, &c.)
wn is JKFPERSON STBEET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,'
aaylo-daw " B- It- JOnNSON. M. D.
- , nAS just retnned from tour tbranch
iV-!agaf r;ti -wliereie admired all
InySHSWRthe recent lrrprovements in th,e science of
He if aho amhirreed to s-ll licenses end Instruct such
of the pr fes sinn as raav wish a knewHdge of D,4 Albert
A BUn-lT's CbeeplastU mode of irwertleg Tee.h.
Any retterr addressed tbim at Sometvrtle and Browns-
tUl .Mi m' . " f .
DRS. cniDSET & LEWIS would call Ihe
iof Inserting autihuial. ijnniii, vj
htA, ih. n.tnr.1 evirMslon of the face
Is restored. Persons tn w. nt of fnH setts of Teein at
tlflelal Palates, or have cnsatlsraetory work are Invited
to call, aswearesatlifiedfrom cxptrleace tpatwe can-
-a J i
rELtX WAL2EB, H. C. SSIDEB,
New Orleans, La. Co3eevUle, Miss.
WALKER & SNIDER,
Cotton JF act or s
Commissi on Merchants,
No. 123 Canal Street,
JulylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
. O. rLOUR!S0Y....r. T. COOPEB....BW, LEAKE.
THE undersigned beg leave to announc to their friends
nrf nnhi.r ih.t tiip. have farmed a co-rjartner-
sulp, for tbe purpose of conducting a wholesale
Grocery and Forwarding Business,
At Memphl, Tennessee, In the home recently occupied
by Messrs. Davidson, Ellis i. Blair, No. 196 Main street.
They hope by strict attention to business to merit nd
receive a libtral share of patronage.
nM.r fiiird at lowest ra es. and on as cool terms, for
cah. as if tbepurcha er were present. Quick ailes aud
smal" pr Ills wi'l be our motto. Call and examine our
stock before purchasing. No trouble to abow grtceries.
We lutesd to mak it to the Interest of city dealers ss
well as country merchants to give ns a share of their
patronage. FLOCRNOT, COOPER & LEAKJ5.
nt rnprr.l'tD. c W. IDMOSrS. E. W. CALDWELL.
COPELAND, EDMONDS & CO .
Dealers in Fine " WHOLESALE ( Store and Sell
Llquors&CigsriJ u"uuiJ"u' I Cotton.
myS-tf NO. 11 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
M. D. I.. STEWABT. Wjt. L. STEWABT. M. C. KISO.
JAS. W. Ill.
STEWART, KING & CO.,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
NO. 41 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
T7EKLING profoundly grateful to our many kind friends
J? who, daring our brief engagement in tbe above busi
ness, have extended to us their liberal and geaerous pa-
troaage. we now tare pleasure ia uiicrms m urm
ttn nnhiif frnnr.ilv. a Isrrre assortment of GROCERIES
of tbe best quality and at tlie faire.t ratis that can be
had in the diy, and with a determination to give ratit
faction, v.-e tender to the pub ic our services in the vari
ous duties Indicated In the above card; hoping by strict
adherence to tbe legitimate principles ef our but iness to
merit a coniiuuation of that patronage heretofore so lib
erally bestowed upon ns. S , K. 6; CO.
S. T0WLKES S. C. MOUNT T. J. FUWL&u.
FOWLKES, MOUNT &, CO.,
COMIIISSIOIT ME B. CHANTS,
POST OFFICE BUILDING, JKFFERSON-ST.,
STORE COTTON in a Flie-Proof Warehouse. Insu
r.roe 25 per cent leys than any house In the city.
3-Cotton id store placed under Insurance unless In
structed to the contrary.
J3- Cotton consigned to nson gocd steam, kel and
flatboats covered by our open policy of Insnrance, unless
otherwise expressed In lace of Bill of Lad inc.
C-Orders for BAGGING. ROPE AND PLANTA
TION SUPPLIES solicited f rem our patrons.
Agents for tbe sale of the celebrated " Premium Tay
lor Cotton Gin," manufactured by Clemons, Brawn St
Co.. Columbus, ueorgia.
wehav-tnnnlies of various sizes in store, and will
take pleasure in showing them to tbote in want of a
Gin. rianters would do well to call and examine thesa
Gins before purcbailng elsewhere.
We esteem them the best Gin we have ever seen In
qaa'llles most desirable, vii: speed, light draught and
making a superior sample or. "joiiou.
rayl4-bm FOWLEES, MOUNT k. CO.
" A. M. HOPKUVS & CO.,
( Succction to Povell i- Co.,)
coitranssf ok itierchants,
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
ji CR. O. 0. BOONE, late of Louisville, Ky , has become
XVJ. associated with us In the Grocery aad Commission
Business, dating from tbe 1st instant.
MASON, NORVEL.L. & BOONE,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
Ko. lGlMain-St., Memphis. Tenn.
n i rnivn Ttnrw. Jeans. Linsevs. .nd a general stock of
Plantation Supplies ronstantlTfin hand. ap2S
E. M. AFFEBS0K....C. DELOACn.... DAVID AUAS1S.
E. M. APPERSON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
AKD DEALEBS IN
BAGGING.KOPE, GEOCEB.IES, &C
i'O.G5 i'O.V3'.IOIF, orul C JEFFERSOX-W ,
MEMPHIS. TENN. .
-ri UTirm.ilt attention n a Id to Storing. Shipping and
X Selling Collcn.
PilATT'S COTTON GINS.
ot-v a nt. a i t Tt TiT TT'S albr&ted
rv Xj SIC Oe,MW - .
sfifvrw fiv'C a- H irYt Vibtk Tvfn .n faVftTiblT CT3Dm for
the last noiaberof yrs. Persoae wishlns to purchase
okX uiMer a Ciui snaraniy.
a. TT.ii antmie. ui TimM ; firinfvia- Mis., lle-
publican; Panola, Miss., Star; Huntsville, Ala., Advo
cate; Tuscumoia, Ala., tuquircr, im.uivur,
Journal, copy six months, and send bUs to this offlce.
S. WILDS TEBSOIT, 1
D. C. WILLIAMS, (
1 W. A. BBTAK,
Late of Panola, XiSl.J
Late of LaG range, Tenn.
YEENOW, BKM & CO.
itton t actors, uoiniuLAsunjix ouu
No. 6 Frent Row, ever Meachcra & Galbraith's,
i TtTTV T ..t..i l. la QlrttHnrv CKIrvnlntr ftafi
I J Aualul; ltAI. Kt.l.CUt.W' w uwiM-p, wuiuia
X SHllng Cottffli. Charges 50 cents perfcale.
All COtwn sCU. XO wm uo cuvcrcu jiiautiiw,
TinJess otherwise InstnJCted. aujr22
WABJ3LAW nOWAIUD WM. T. nOVARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
"pEALERS In Bajglng, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coflee, Mo-
I M lasses, Rice, wour, Lara, sscoa, jsau.cri:i, out,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock now on hand, ana for sale ai reisouaDte prices.
v--Caari advances made on Cottons in store for sale or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con
signed to us by water; also,the risk of Fire while in
store, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling Cottons, the aime as we have charged for
years pert at ty cent per bale lulyia
T P. AYDLETT J. C. DOCOREKTT,
JVeai Orleans. . . Mcmpnu.
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
KO. 83 CfRAYIER-ST., XEtV ORLEANS.
DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT,
NO. 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS,
WILL make cash advances on all CUton or other Pro
duce shipped to T.'P. Aydlett & Co., New Orleans.
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
36 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
"tASH advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
consigned as above, oy aiiLna uivm,
Jan 11 -6 in
No. 5 Monroe Street, heU Front Row &ilain,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
Cotton and other Produce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices . ociaa
T. B. NORMENTj
. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
HOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, iril-2 Front Row,
MEMPHIS, TEN If.
A LARGE stoek of Bagging and Rope always on hand,
ISAAC SEVILL A. J. CCSSISOHAM.
NEYIIjIj & CUNNINGHAM,
DEALERS IN SLAVES,
No. 174 Mala Street, three doors North cf Adams.
-v WK have thirty-five likely Negroes for sale,
jfi? ind will keep constantly on hand a goidsup-
aa ply Of llteiy negroes, coiai'.iu
i '"Ana gins, nem uauv. -"
cf which will b sold on reasonable Unas, and fully guar-
"we wi'l slro Board and Sell Negroes, tn commission
betas well provMtd for that business. ap26-dawly
Great Mar gains,
No. 233 Main Street. '
WE Invite attention to our large stock of Spring and
Summer Goods, which we are selling and intend to
8U 'heap for cash. . u whtt.
WALKER & BROTHERS,
No. 79 Eront Bow,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING,
AND WHOLESALE DEALEBS IS
STAPLE AND FANCY
Dry Goods, Hoots & Sliocs,
A RE Jnst receiving and opening a splendid assortment
l ' .. . o n , vhirli Ihev call the
r or opriuK uiu auuiuw w.., -- .
n ir..rh,rti nH River Tra-
especiai sivdhoo ui --r ---- --.
de ts Our faculties are such as to compete with any, and
. .. j t,u... ...n 'il if.
tounaerseii a goou . -
NELSON & NEWELL,
OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY,
Domestic Liquors and Rectified Whisky,
MAIN STREET, ONS DOOR S0UTII OF UNION,
4 half pipes OUrd, Tupuy & Co., Brandies,
I . n. a rt. .eill- fn. R Tifll a !
Srjr. pipes " " "
6 " " Ilenersey, i 1 -
10 " casts Part Wine;
8 " " Mad "
4 Old Sherry Wine ;
' 100 bbls. Old Bourbon Whisky ;
60 " " Rie "
200 " Rectified "
100 cases Ginger Wine;
300 b. is Ale;
300 000 assorted Cigars ; .
75 boxes fine Virginia Tobaccoj
Together with a large and varied assortment of goods
In our line, to which the attenUon of the trade is respect
fully sollc.ted. . 'P30-3"
J. P. PRESC0TT & CO,
SOAP AND CANDLES,
Foot of JelTerson Street,
TTTE also keep on- hand COTTON SEED OIL, which we
VY guaranty to aajwer all purposes for which Lard
Oil is used. We have certificates from competent Judges
to this effect. We can sell It t in per cent cheaper than
Lard Oil i0.?m
& Ij Jj MLllLl
33T 23 NTaT
Sal eiri EH r
GO O'DS .
mnB Snbscrlber Ukei pkajure In aDDonncinK lo his
I ji m kaxntt1l ronAra Tw that rid iLUl
I (ltTAJUS AUU tm yuwiiv -- f - -
opener his large and carefully selected stock of bTAPLE
awtrAMUi uuuiij "i1""
n . . i I... tn 1t nr nrfimntniTlnr
' .w. t.iiu, TPnfr.nt. xr.rff.relte lren-
CBSWDiere. xoi m. -- . L ... ,
adlne. Organny, B rsge and Muslin Robes ; beautiful
plain and fancv oun ie iah, ursourc,i.u..
Mullns, Ginghams and Prints; rich Lace, Silk, and
.. ... , i : . ir.n.i.. , . ITnnltnn . l alteftp Pnint
Kmortii yrcu n,,"i :V " :
aad Muslin Sleeves and Collars ; Bugle, Glmpure, Thread
. . v..- v inc.. TfihhAnfi. Tlresa Trimmings.
G!ovws, noslcry, Skirts of aU kinds, Ladles' Umbrellaa
and Parasols, rtc.
A large lot of Rcadj-Msde Clothing, Cloths, Caslmeres,
. .. .i I,.,. riimlMirff, KL.rhMl and brown
SbMlngs and Sheetings, Linens, Llneo DrUls, Cotton-
. . k I.. In Ih.tn pni.lt lln..
ades. ana in a weru ocij .uiu. .wv.
Country Mercbanta are otftred great Inducements.
Call and examine my stock. No charge for .bowing
roods - BLAIR,
Sp9-tf Ji" , n to. Bwt,
Latest iSrrvvals : :
ZlSTEW GOODS I
Wp. are now In receipt of a large portion or our Beau
tiful and magnificent Spring stock of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
Consisting in part of
BERAGE and ORGANDEE ROBES,
rrnmcrre T.irP. SETTS and EilliKO'DKRIES. of
every description-all latest styles.
jl .enerat ana-conip c.c v. . - vvw.,
Gents noths; Plain and Fancy dsslmeres and Vestlugs,
of the most approved patterns; Men and Boys." Furnish,
ing Goods; Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes; Trunks, Va
lises Carpet Bags, Carpeting and Matting; and In addl
tl n, all articles usually kept In our line. All of which
we propose selling very low fur cash.
Give us a call, ana wc ptvuftc uut.Ti.ca jwu
good Goods, and at tbe lowest market prices.
Marcn ia " "
In the house occvpiedformerly by Mrs Thompson,
db- HAS lust returred with the finest and best
tfl stock cf senU' and ladles' BOOTS and SHOES,
VeOI whxh, being selected etpressly for this market,
be warrants for durability and late style,
i. ib. um time, he tenders his thanks to his old pa
trons for past favors, and hopes for a liberal patronage In
ih.nctvat.nd lust retrieved to. where be will be always
ready to attend to any work In his line at the earliest no
tice. An early call is sjiiciiea.
53-Bulletln pjease copy.
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liqnors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 298 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Main street, nest door to Odd TVHow" Hall,
PORE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
. n- Tirivvrf.-aw ZICS PslBt JllVtl RntAniC
V- ITaUUlB -41, a -v v. --
ilCulClIieS, 13 rUT II lZCCU, JU, avww, wa-a-f
Brandies and Wines. .
53- Every article eoia dt ns warraniea as represenwu,
tnUfct to be retnrned at our expense. Jrily81y
L THOMPSON & CO.,
(SUCCESS 0ES TO E. B. KACISE,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Ifinc UvaniUcs, Wines,
Havana Clg ar s
ASD THE riSEST 0.OALITT Or
A annrtnrl .m,nrtS.
JEFFERSON STREET, (Breatbett & Stbner's Building,)
jsciwcen jiaiu auu otuiuu,
TUST RECEIVED Brandies, Henry Mounle k Co., 1810;
J Old Ca union, 1815 ; Old Lamonde, 1820;
Old Rochell, and dlinent brandings.
Wines, Champazne and Claret;
Old South side Maderla, Topaz Sherry;
Champagne, Fleur de Bsugy, Criam do ;
Crerocnt, Olivier. OH Cbampertln Bergundy J
Old Vieux Caps Sparkling Bergundy ;
Clarets, Cbstaux Margeaux. Latour QlasjStopptr;
Lafite, St. Estphe, aad othe r brands, too'numerout
Scotch Ale, London Porter ;
r.nn,nM.riM. Ar fr fec25-d6m
J3" HoUy Springs Democrat copy three months, and
eena Dill to mis omce tor ctwrcuou.
A, STREET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
EAILKOAD CARS, CARTS,
T7a7.r X4 C
Poplar, bttween Main and Second Streets,
ag!Z SIEMPHIS, TENW.
Laths and" Shlnslcs.
BOGERTfc WITT are still making Laths, and are al
ways prepared to supply the public with the best ar
tit itrAlncrrl nrlees. Thev are also msxinc SbiDKles.
and will keen a supply constantly en hand. Mill on Wolf
rivtr, above th Bayou. jttfy 18, '66-Jy
JObw E. IITDE ALEX. MACAULAT.
JOHN E. HYDE & CO.,
CoBffiissieB & Forwarding Merchants.
agents rem ins
Memphis and New Orleans Packet Line,
COX, T-rii -- rfr-l rfa Oo.'S
Through L.iue of New Orleans,
MOBILE AND ALABAMA RIVER PACKETS,
No. 66 Poydras Street,
SEW ORLEANS, LA.
PARTICULAR and personal attention given to the For
warding of Goods.
Reference! Messrs. ll'Corats it Trlee. TI an cock,
aarait Co , Lavaltette, Sblriey & Co., J. J. Mnrphy,
Esq., Cbas Potter Capt O. B. Churcb, J. J. Rawllngs,
Memphis, Tend. ' mylt-6m
W. S. LAWT0X, C. SI. BBEAEEB,
CFromerly of Lawtonville, S. C Of Cbar'.eston, 3. C.
LAWT0N & CO.,
Upland and Sea Island
COTTON AND MOK FACTOR5,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants,
NO. 26 EAST BAT AND B0TCE fc CO.'S WHARF,
CIIARLESTO.N, S C.
TTrlLLsetl Cottun, Rice, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Naval
.rjavlrg an experience of twenty five years in business,
- nI .1 .1 . i n In .11 tvHi M.lfMllr IU
Prompt, peivjaal attention given to the forwarding
TT,.n 19 rt ..HI T7.v-TI.nt Rav
J. D. Shepherd. Esq., of tbe firm of Shephurd U. Mc-
- , , I ,n V..U.. TTu TXT
Unary, jas. inpper, Atq., juaa.ct . iu'j ,
J. Gray.on, Ex-Collector and Ex-M C, Charleston, S.
0. Rev. n. D. Dnncaa, Gen. L. M Aytr, Barnwell, S.
0. Gov. 0. J MtDonald, Judge T- Stocks, Georgia. E.
G. Jaulon, Esq., Dr. R. G. Mays, Florida. Josepn
Ramsey, Esq., Sean. W J- Davis, Memphis, Tena.
C. N. AVERILL,
Beceiting, Forwarding and Urnroission
(SCCCESSOB TO T. STEKIIOOSE & eO.,)
vn A WAT KB STREET. CHARLESTON. S. C.
T, EFERENCES John Caldwell, President S. 0. R. R.,
Mtssenc.le, CoaU-cooga, Tenn.; Ger.V. WUUams !l
. nx t a 43 i" tnVa V Inrlerinn tT?TlarAl
XAt.p unmncaiou, 3. j i .ua.
Agent, Xasurtlle, Term. TTm. Tajlor fc Oo., MontRom-
rirltcnur aiifniwa Fivcn 10 ci.iiwsi..'i w
FIIEIGHTS. and Xor loat and dacuged Goods veswls.
SAM'L MATTHEWS & SON,
General Jgents to Bay, Sell and Locate Land
in the Mississippi Bottom.
PARTICULAR attenUon Is paid to the selection of
COTTON PLANTATIONS rem the Internal Im
provement and Chickasaw Scheot Lands.
Several years experltnce enables them to give satisfac
tion. Terms easy.
Address Pleaiant Mount, paneta county, am."
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL
C. I. & A. V, DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPERS. OP AIiTj KINDS,
&Vt Main-Street, Louisville, Ry.
n. riTZOEBALDCBAS. C. BILL.-J. WOODWOKTII.
H. FITZGERALD 4s CO.,
(Stucettors to Park, Simpson 4- Co.,)
Grocers, Produce calers3
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
No. 92 Front Bow, Mernpnis,
C. T. . StOLAWD A. S. HTJET.
IVOIiAK & CO.,
LITTLE ROCK, ABk.
"DEFER TOJ. Knox Walker, Mues Owen ana uapr.
JX Charley Church. fcb7-ly
B. V. ALEXASDEB.
B. J. LANS ISO.
AIiEXANDEB & LANSING,
NOS. 63 AND 65 LOCUST STREET,
Saint Xiouis, IVXo.
J. J. Murphy, Memphis; Cook k Co., Memphis;
Barnett X Walker, " Tooa a. uoyer, "
Charles Potter, " feb6-6m
A. O. SMITH. ...B. r. GUTKBIE....GEO. J. B0WLASD.
SMI'IU, GUTHRIE & CO.,
"WHOLESALE GBOCEBS, .
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
ASD AOESTS FOB. THE SALE OF .
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. 564 Main Street, between Second and Third,
Jsnl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
C. II. RABVET B. B. HABVET.
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention jUJS-u ti
will be given to the Sale or (Jiwt;;ar7l
Forwarding of Goods nr Wvyfttgcg
Produce consigned to nnr '" 'r 1
St address. We will contract Freight on the
above lor re-shlpment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience la our marxet
in the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
RE7EB TO VO0I X CO., J. u. lilltnng . Jiro , speeu
&Strange, Hannah & Shanks. decll-ly
In foam &Io0its, tr.
P. H. HEENRIGH & BR0.,
Of7 TWATNT icsii v!H;fJ.
TTTIJOLESALB aad retail dealers in Fancy and Plain
TV t;anies, cases, jriuiia, rresorves, jcuiea, tw. nc
have fitted up our flae
ICE CREAjVI SiiLOON.
and are now ready to serve the cooling luxuriesto all tbat
give us a call. my!3-dlm
ICE CREAM SALOONS
Confectionery & Candy Manufactory,
Madison Street, between Main and S-cond.
HAVING removed irom the oM stand to bis new bouse,
bees leave through this medium to return hi. thanks
to the citizens et Memphis an! surrounding country for
numerous testimonials of their b'gh appreciation of his
services, and most respectfully solicits a conlinnance or
th'lr kind patronage, assuring them that his efior s to
please will be assiduous as tbey have been berefcre. His
Is now open, where Meals will bi served up at all hours,
with the best Ihe market can aflonl, prepared In Ameri
can or French style. Extra dishes for lamlllts to order
Particular attention paid in furnishing WEDDINGS,
PARTIES, BALLS and DINNERS. His
Ice Creams and Confections,
Recommend themselves. His
Is manrf actured bv himself In the only porcelalned fcun
tain' la this city. Petrous may, therefore. Indulge In It
without tear, that tbe add can have any contact witn
copper or any other metals.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
In his blandest manner, SPECBT Invites yon to give bim
P. S. Wholesale Deslers are particularly Requested to
come and see for themselves, as his manufactory cannot
Orders front tbe country promptly attended to.
W0RSIIA3I HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under the Wor-
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits la I heir own Juice, Jellies,
Preserves. Sardines. Lobsters. Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Nuts. ke.
In connection with this establishment, I hare fitted up
" ICE CREAM SALOON,
For the accommodation of citizens andtheviiltlnspubUe-
BijS-dt!16nov S. P. BBICHETTO.
imWENTT-FITB kegs Golden Syrup, foriale by
JL raailT HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
Room and Accommodation
FOR FIFE HUNDRED STRANGERS AT THE
BAZAAR OF FASHION!
NO. 223 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS.
THAT Is to say, room In our Store and Show Rooms
up stairs for five hUBdred strangers, whom we can
accommodate with tbe Quest and mo-t fashionable Bn
nets and Mantillas; rich Silks and Fancy Dress Goods ;
Embroideries, Ribbons, Trimmings, and aH other fine
F,it.cy Goods which ar - asually kept In the mast fashion
able establishments, which we wHl dispose ef at very
moderate prices. Persons visiting Memphis at this In
teresting tlmr, will piease give us a caH.
P30 E BARINDS fc CO
PER EXPRESS, five hutditd BONNETS, areougwhlch
tbe Neapolitans acd fine Straw Eagenlas; French
Chip II Minna ; Ntaputitan, English and Swisa Straw
Aim, one hundred Shak -r Bonds, all of which we will
sell low. E. BARINDS k CO.,
ap30 No. 223 Main street.
OF five hundred new stylrs MANTILLAS, composing
every variety from the eh -apest to the most splendid
brought on, which we will sell at a very small advance on
cost. E. BARINDS k CO.,
ap30 223 Main street.
OUR stock Is now eempltte, aad comprises an extensive
vail ty of Silk Robes, Organdlrs, Grenadines aad
Barege Robes, of the tichest aad l.teat styles. We call
parttrottr attention to this departm-Bt. as they were se
lrelei with great eare, and havleg a large atock on hind,
we will close them out at very lew prices.
S. BARINDS k CO, . -ap30
2i3 Main street.
At the Bazaar of Fashion. E. BARINDS & CO.,
ap30 223 Main street.
EiTaPORIUH OF FASHION,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE are receiving and opening, for the
inspection of be ladies, one of the most
fashionable stocks of French Millinery aad
iriicy Dry Goods ever brought to this city. Also, a very
select assortment of Dress Goods, Silks, BTeges, Chil
lies, Organdies. Grandees. Tissue Robes, pala and dotted
Moslloijic. We call particular attention to our
Consisting of alt styles of French Bonnets, Lrghorn, Eng
lish Straw, N'opolitan Bugemes and Gipies, Flowers
andlllkboBS. Five thousand dollars worth of fine French
Embroideries Valencines, G impure, II onion, Point Lace
setts, Chantlliy Lace,
Embroidered Silk Mantillas,
Lace Baseataes, Dress Trimmings of all styles ; Parasols,
Faas, Girepate Laces, ke.
Also, at the Bmporlem of Fashion, Dress and Mantilla
Making done, guarantying ssttsfaciisa as to style aad
Mourning geods a'ways oa hand, aad orers promptly
attesdd to. The ladles are most respectfully invited to
can aad examine oar goods befere parckwng elsewhere.
N. Sni LMAN k CO.,
ap!2 239 Mais street, Memphis. Teen.
gfSJn, THE subscriber weald respectfully an
f "r?.n nonncs to the ladies of Memphis ind sur-
TWji rounding country, that he is now opening a
SVfJaunnlete fresh (kick af PARIS III.IIPHT-.
FANCT DRT GOODS, LACES, EMBKOID
ERIRS ard a general assortment of LADIES
FANCY GOODS, which he is prepared to sell at the
very lowest prl es for cash.
Ai: kiads of MILLINERT made to order at tbe shortest
notice. WM. SILBERBERG,
No. 200 Main street, third door above Lehman's Drj
Goals House. mar2l
to thlad1i asFgene1if
oVT 23 3M! 3F sac x s .
JAMES MILLSON, formerly of Clncln
rat!. Ohio, wonld respectfully announce te
the ritrsens et MempM. tbat he has opened
a BLSACHING and PRESSING Betabilshmest on
street, near DrSeto, where Boneels. Puts. Gtpsey aad
Gents' Hats will be done in the best style for Urate whe
favor him with their patronage Alee, Bonnets dyed and
pressed fur tores, at lw prices.
Please give him a call, on galea street, near tte.soio.
Iglar.lafioit nplits, fitn
A. S. HANCOCK. ...It. O. CLABE....OEO W.TB0TTEB.
Late WiUramsoojc LatAydkU& Late of Somervtlle.
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.,
ITliolcsale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, BOPE, BACON, LAED,
v TI TCinda of 3?rocluco,
NO. 18 FRONT ROW, MEMPBlS, TENN.
Mess Pork, reerlred this dsy and for sale
HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
CASKS Clear Side Bacon For sale bv
myI9 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
BOXES H and X box's Star Can-ties. For sale
ty HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.
1 Rio Cre. For sale by
HANCOCK, 0LARK k CO.
-rr BBLS. aad X bbls Melaeeee;
I O ISO Whisky. Far sale by
myl9 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.
For sake by
HANCOOK, CLARK k CO.
er A B0XB3 Starch ;
t)U 60 " CbampegneCMer;
30 " Terpentine Snap;
Pickles, Catsups, Spies, Pepper, Tobacco aad Cigars.
Far sale by
my!9 HANCOCK CLtRK k CO.
1 er f BBLS Extra and S. F Floor;
LtjKJ 35 e ks Bacon Sides, Bams and Sboalders ;
150 bbls. an.i nail 001 s u.rri' AA Aie;
SO eaks quarts and pints L ndon Pener ;
ISO tbls Dealer's aedFlcken's Whisky;
10 ' dozen Hostctter's Stomach Bitters ;
60 basket? Piper nti Champsgae;
96 bMs. Mitckereh; SO kit Mackerel;
100 dozen Cove Oysters; 60 boxes PKklrs;
60 gross Garrett's Sana. In bottles and papers;
ISO toxes Star Candles ; "5 boxes Virginia Tobacco
25 boxes lmn Syrvp; 25 b xes Smoking Tobacco
Si boxesPie Frait : 25 dozen Brooms;
26 boxes Soda Crackers ; SS bbls Pic-Nic Crackers;
60 .'ozenWash Boards; 69 boxes Starch;
CO Calls MantHa'Beee, a sites.
Sugar. Coe. Tea. Molasses. Lemons, Figs, Raisins,
Almonds, Pecans, Filberts, Bog. Walaats, Sardines, ic,
ror sa-e ay iv,
myl7 Ne. 35 Front Row.
BAGS Rio Cefiee, Jest received and for sale low
to the ttadeby
No. 23 Front Row.
OK HHDS. Sugar, jast received and for sale low to
' DOUGHERTT k ATDLETT,
aplS No. 23 Front Row,
OC BOXES asserted Pickles;
yii ti 25 bcxes flae old O. Brandy ;
25 boxes Table Salt ; just received aao for saie low
to the trade by DCUGuERTT ATDLETT,
aplS no. 33 r roiii t ow.
(Successor to jnniasison 4 HanrociJ
FINE WINES, BRANDIES
NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MKMFHI3.
Received this Day,
fT f BBLS Mess Pott ;
60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
25 tierces Sugar-Cure Earns J
20 kegs Shot, assorted sixes ;
All of which we will sell cheap tar cash at Ks. 49
Front Row, Memphis.
JUlyl P. it. 1U4A3UJi
THE subscribers keep on hand the following articles,
which they warrant to be of first quality, and for
sale Ion-for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins;
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sagar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead;
Brandies and Wines, superior article ;
lime. Cement had Plaster Paris;
Together with a general assortment of an articles nan.
illy kept la a Grocery stare.
GWTNNK k GIB30N,
July2 Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange Building.
CItoice Irish Potatoes.
-I f)A SACKS for salo by
lJiU B. MERRILL,
oct2A No. S Monroe street.
rnAfi'DOZEN Hose aad Half Hose.'W hand and; for
UUUU saleiT jamks low ji lo..
mar3t 413 Main street, Louisville, Ky.
J. r. l'ALEXAMDCB....,.........J. T. CBIDESTEB.
t. S. iOBWOOD.
M'ALEXANDER & CO.'S
2 AVING parchased the Omnibus Line for
merly twnrf by F.etchr r k Keck, we are open
7' T ran, - .11 V.n.n in. th. ef tl
BiurT City and the surrounding country.
From our experience In public business, we feel confi
dent that we are qualified to carry out tbe enterprise In
which we engage. Give ns a trial; we will endeavor to
We shall have new omnibues, fine teams, careful,
steady drivers and accomssodatlsg agents.
S3 Office at the General Railroad, Stage asd Omnibus
Agtucy. at the Wurahara House, where tickets may be
p. oca ed at all times.
mj6 3m McALBXANDER k CO.
SIXTY MILES THE SHORTEST
Mississipvi and t Tennessee
Grenada and Intf mediate Points.
J. P. MCALEXANDER & CO.'S
DA1LT LINE OF
EOTJB HOUSE POST COACHES,
FROM Memphis to Grenada. In connection with the
Mississippi and Teoaes'ee Railroad, a distance of one
hundred and five mile fifty miles railroad, and but one
change or baggage. Time throagb, thirteen hours.
New Coach's, fine teams aad caret ol drivers, and time
and money treed no mistake.
S3" For Tickets, and all des red Information, apply to
our agent, at the General Railroad, Stags aad Omnibus
Offlce, at tae worsnam uoase.
my6-3i J. P Mc ALEXANDER k CO.
WASHINGTON, ARE., TEXAS, 4G.
TAGE Haves Gaines' Landing, Ark., (Mississippi
river.) MONDAT3, WEDNESDATd, and rKIDATS,
at 8 A at., and arrives la Washington ia fifty hoars
Fare $18. Washington pasaenge-s have the preference
of seat. Passing through Micticello, Warren, Hamp
ton and Camden, connecting at Camden wt h Stage lines
to Bsderado and lo Hot Springs via Princeton, Tulip aad
Connecting at Washington with lines te ClarksvBIe,
Texas, Sbreveport, Louisiana, and Little Seek, Ark.
Tbe road tnrsegh the Mississippi bottern Is greatly im
proved, and maaey has been appropriated from the In-
ternat Improvement and other foods which guaranties
that it will be made equal to any other portion of be read
this sammer. BMOAN A. CO , Proprietors.
BELDI50 k 3TOSE. Agents.
ap29-datwlm Gaiter's Landing.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Hoars, without Break
oj uuage or uncnge oj liars or Baggage.
BRANCn FROM CENTR ILIA IS NOW FINISHED,
Thna Bborteuing tbe time to sixteen hours to Chicago. .
AT Chicago, cenaeeting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving the same Depot, fur Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New Totk, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and
tour from Cairo to New York. Time from Cairo to New
Totk, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, aad comfort great
er, than by any other route. Passengers through are
NOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana aad
Ohie, te the East and North.
Atoo, connecting at Chicago with MieMgan Southern
Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the Eaat, with Lake
Shore uatlroaa and bteamers for Racine, Milwaukee,
Sheboygan, kc, and with a splendid Line of First Class
Steamers for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Culling
wood, Toronto, tee.
"rams leave Cairo Every Morning ana Evening as fol
6:05 A.M., Chicago and Daalelth Express. Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
New Tork Central Railroads, through In thlrty-oae hours.
This Train also connects at Sandoval with onto and
Mississippi Railroad lar St. Louis and Viscennes ; at
Paaa, with Trains cf the Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincin
nati; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena,
Dun lei th ; the latter connecting with Trains to Spring
field, Naples, Rock Island. Bnrungtoa aad Qulncy.
fc:10 T. M., New Tork Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at Important Stations, except on Signal,
connecting with Main lane Day Express from Decatur to
DuBleith, and arriving at Chicago at 2 p. 21.
Passengers for tbe Upper Mississippi, will find at Dun-
leitb, steamers of the Danleiih and Minnesota Packet
Company, ready to leave oa the arrival of either Cairo
Traia for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, kc patsengert
for Jaaesvllie ana central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at Freepert with Trains to Betolt and JanesvtHe, ana
from thunce to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis
Tbe Maps and Charts Indicating tbe Great Central
Route to tbe North and Rait are aa exact transcript of
Celten's Map of the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine this route aa well as tbe ruining
time cards of Ibe connecting Roads, and judge for them
selves as to the correctness of the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus terming a speedy aad direct means of
cemmunicatien between tbe Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
tbe Lower Mississippi, aaoros to the pleasure traveler.
a well as the business man, attractions aad facilities
for reaching the North and East, which surpass those of
aay other route whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by tbe Company for tbe convenience of the trav
eling public, the permanency of the road and structure,
the strength and elegance of the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves to these who desire In traveling speed,
comfort aad safety. State rooms secured on all packets'.
TlUAxa tiuuu 1 urt unis IE Alt, wunine privilege
of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis,
No. IS Jefferson street.
WILLIAM M0RIN, Agent,
Inn4-1v Memphis. Tenn.
THS undersigned have opened a Carriaze Factory on
Second street, between Washington sad Adams
streets, wrere they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair Carriages at tbe ahortest notice. All work done by
them will be guarantied, and a share of public patronage
Jan3-ty L. s. burr a go.
.). M. ISELL fe CO, '
THIS extensive establishment continues
at the old stand oa Uaiea rtrM, betieea
Main aad Second, where maybe found a
very floe assortment of Carriages, Bug
gies Rockaways. 4ic, of their own manufacture. Tbey
take this method of returning lhanKs for past favors,
aad invite these w shine to buytoexamlae their stock
before purchasing elsewhere. ap!7 ly
J & A. WOODRUFF,
Nos. 3 & 4 Exchange BTiUdings,
CONSTANTLY on hand a large assort-
'ment of CARRIAGES, from the belt
"manufactories, la the United States.
Carriages built to order aid work folly
guarantied. All kinds of Repairing done with neatne.a
and dispatch By
S30 6S1 J.K.K HHUUBUIf.
J. WELLES S. iawi.1.
AND LUMBER YABD,
Crerf on f rf, near the Zlct&his and Ohio Depot,
TTEEP for sale and make to order Doors, Blinds, Sash,
K. Mantles. Frames. Mouldings ana everything In that
line, of the oeI materials ana worsmansmp. aney are
al-o prepared to do all kinds of Sawing and Plaaiag for
tbe trade, ana to erect ouiiuiag. or wj uoksiyhuMi,
.fciv .nd nt no stores, and other lobbing.
Having procured seitable machinery they will soon be
enabled to manufacture PACKING BOXES of all kiads,
cheaper aad better than ever before made in the city.
Shingles. White Flee and other Lumber for sale, dressed
X3T Orders from the country promptly attended to.
C. B. MOOSE..
. J. nALSTXAD.
STAR PLANING MILL,
Door, Sash and Bund Manufactory,
SECOND STREET, SOUTH OF UNION,
FLOORING, Weatherboards, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Wlndew Frames and Caslags, Mantles, Mould
ings, Cornice. Celling, Lattl e Work, Baseboards, Turn
ing, Scroll Work. Shelving, Boxes, kc, and every de
scription of Building Material, dressed and undressed,
alaays on hand and made to order.
N. B. The highest cash price paid for alt kind, of
Lumber I JLnmber I
I HAVE the largest assortment of Lumber on hand 1
have ever offered, consisting la part of Seasoned Cy
press sad Poplar, , 1, -I H sad 2 Inches wide and clear ;
Sf aad SxlO ; Joice 2xS, 2x3,2x10 and 2x12 ; Scant
ling 2x1, 2x5, 2x6, 3x4, 4x4, and 4x6; Weather boarding,
Sheeting, Shingles and Walnut Lumber on hand; also a
large lot of dressed Tellow Pine Flooring an rough Pop
lar Flooring, Red Cedar Posts of all sises.
Yard oa Bait ere. South side of Centre Lasdldg.
JunlS-dtwawlv M. S. COCnRaN.
m WO DRAYS also two Dray Llcenses,wMch have eight
J. and nine jaoaiasw inn. apjutio
feM-tt GWTNNS k GIBSON.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
a5 W ajyars!
THROUGH TICKETS FARE REDUCED
TO GRENADA $S 0.
TO CARROI LTON 9 00.
TO BLACK HAWK 10 60.
TO LEXINGTON. 12 09.
TO CANTON 15 00.
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING ijola of HeHy Sprtazs, at the TaHa
batchle river, with the DAILT SOUTHERN MAIL
LINE to Ntw Orleans, via Jaeksea, MUa , the cleanest,
moat pleasant aad quickest route te the abeve-aamid
L-ast atagi"g and the best road. The ears wig soon be
at Oxford, still sberte lag this rente.
Travelers will look 'o tb ir comfort and' pockets. X
word to the wive I seSBcient.
13 For Tickets or information apply to SIMS 3c CO.'S
Agents, at the Railroad, Stage and Oatslbus Ticket Of
fice, Commercial Hotel. mayl3-dif
MISSISSIPPI tXNTRALAND TEN
OPEN from Junction with M.mphls and Charleston
Railroad to Meooa, Kn sties North or BoHvar, aad
eleven mile- South of Jacko Tens.
PASSENGER AND MAIL TRAIN leaves Grand Junc
tion daily at 10 A. M , or oa arrival of morning mail
train from Memphis, connect inc at Medon with Wyiys
llaeef Coaches for Nashville psa Jaeksea asd H antic g
ton, and by way vt Leiinstoe, Cafton, Waynesboro,
Mount Pleasant, aad from prisg Hill by the Tennessee
and Aliban-a Railroad
Return jig, leaves Medea at Ie30 r. sr , connecting at
Grand Junction with evening mail tram into Memphis
arriving at 7-15
PI5 R. P. NEELT. Sep't.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
2NTo-c7- Opon to Saxdis.
Two Daily Trains each Way,
FROM aad after WEDNESDAY. March. 26, 1667. the
MAIL TRAIN leaves Memphis daily, (Sewtays ex
cepted ) at 7:15 a. St., arriving at Sard! at Mtes a. at
Returning, leaves Sardis at 1:35 a. sr., asd arrives at
Memphis at 1:25 p. M
This Train connect at Sardis with Km. J v v. at-
exander k Co.'s Dally Ltee of first class Pest Ceaehea for
p". OreBe,CaB, JaeiMa aad Vlckaberg.
The ACCOMMODATION and FREIGHT TRAIN." b.r.
Sardis at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Meeaebis at M.-13 a M
Retorting. leaves Memphis at 30 r. at., aad arrives
at Sardis at 7.30 p M
Passengers are reaaested to purchase tickets befere
entering the ears, and save pajaseat ef extra tare.
Baggage checked to all ataHoos es the Ra Bread, and no
baggage wiB be jKelred without betag cheeked. -Eacn
passenger will be allowed HO pounds of baggege by Rail
road, and 6fl peaad byatage bat ne arvMe win be car
ried as baggage that u not Incident to the person of tbe
In case of less, the Campary wWbeM theaMerves re
sponsible for an amount not exceeding $M.
53"Negroes, aen traveling alone, ranst have a permit
3 amies the point to which taey are tn ge, aad spectfvisg
that they are to travel by Railroad, or tbey wft not be
carried. . M. PATRICK.
SJjr2 , , Seperlateadeat.
CJBagle and Enquirer. Morn lag Express, Hernando
papers, Grenada papers, aad tbe Mtssi.seppian. at Jack
son, copy, acd dtsceBtlane former advertisrtneaita.
EAST AND NORTH.
MEMPHIS ANxT CHARLESTON
RAILROAD connections direct from MEMPHIS to
New York. Philadelphia, BalUmere, Waabasgton
City Richmond, Charleston, and Savaeaah.
THROUGH TICKETS sold to tae foUowtng pofals
Nashville, Chatiaaoega, Aagaeu, Cearleslea, Wabaaag
toa. Atlanta, Montgomery, Colnmius, Ga., Micas, and
TUKOUGU TO WASUVILLE IS 25 HOURS,
Throsgh Ticket Office at the Commercial Hot' L Mem
phis. Tenn., P M PATTERSON, Agtnt.
Tickets always geed.
Fare as low ss by aay other first-class rente.
For Passeegers, a nvw route Is bow opened to EAST
ERN aud ATLANTIC CIT1E an.nrpase.i in eemtort
and safety direct and expedittoas, with Ceaaecllens i e
Passleg I bough slave- territory, perfect security UeOered
for tbe conveyance of servants.
Fvr FREIGHT from -New York, and other Eastern cttie,,
by s earners to Charleston or Savaaaah. aad rasrway di
rect tu Memphis. The attention of Southern aad Western
Mercbanta is sailed to this reate, being as cheap, and
more exBeditioca, than aay other
The ADAM bKAPRESS COMPANY Is new In coEfiee
tlon with this Hoe.
Tbe THROPGHMAILTEAIN leaves Memphis DAILY,
at 6:30 o'clock a. it., coBneettag with Eastward and
Westward trains ea the Naahvtue aad Chattaaooga Rail
road, at Stevenson, same day.
Aisocuanecis at Grand J miction with the Mjtjulnrl
Central Railroad to Holly Sprlaga, Oxford, Grenada, Can
ton. Jackson, kc, kc.
Also connects at Grand Junction Station wHh Tones
see Central Railroad to Bolivar, and Jaeksea.
Also connects at Pocahontas with Tri-WeetlT T.in. e
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen asd Columbus.
Tbe ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Mennhls
DAI LY texcrpt Sundays) at 2:15 p. at., for Juactien with
the Mississippi Central and Tennessee Central RaLroads.
Somerville and leterme-Hate Slatlens.
Baggage checked to all stations on the Railroad, and
no Baggage wHl be received without being checked.
Each passenger will be allowed seventy-five pounds of
baggage by Railroad, aad sixty pounds by Stage; bat no
article wui oe camea as s-aggage mat ia not Incident to
the person of the passenger. In case of less the Com
pany will herd themselves responsible for an amount not
Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before en
tering the cars, aad save payment ef extra fare.
Negroes, when traveling alone, muat have a permit, na
ming the point to which they are to ge, aad specifying
that they are to travel br railroad, or thev wfll nt
carried. Na ticket will be sold them, nor win they be re
ceived on the ea-s, unless their owner or ageat be present
or known to the llckeLAgent aad Cendactor, or other
person to vouch for genuineness ef permit.
SBperintencent of Transportation,
sep31 Memphis. Tena.
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, &c.
Direct Through Line for the East I
JBaltimore and Ohio
THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (173
miles,) and to Washington, (100 miles,) aad presents
the fullest advaatages both as a freight aad passenger
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions f the
ABeghenies; and being solidly constructed, completely
equipped aad can-fully managed, Is one of the most at
tractive and safest Railroads ia the United States The
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus aad ZaaesvUIe to
Wheeling, unites this road with all portions of the West
TnE oklt TnBocon Tickets rsoat Memphis,
Louisville aad St. Louis to the National Me
TBOPOLIS, are sold by this road, which runs direct to
Washington without tbe delay of passing threagh Balti
more. It Is alio the only lln. by which: baggage can bo
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
3By the MAIL BOCTE from Memphis, take the mall
steamers, running daily for LouisrUie, connecting there
with mall steamers or JeffersonvBte Railroad fer'Clnela
natl, where they arrive An to connect with the ears of
Little Miami Railroad far Columbus, ceaneotsg there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newaikr and Zaaea
vllle, to Wheeling. By the express train ef this route,
the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Washington
is less than 27 hours.
3Be sure to aak for tickets by the Baltimore aad Ohio
g3-Passecgers from Memphis going East through St
Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore aad Ohio
Railroad. This route lays through Vlaceanes, Terr Haute,
Indianapolis, etc, to When tog, over the new Ohio aad
Mississippi aad conaaectiag Roads, These connections
are all direct, and the time from St. Louis to Baltimore
or Washington Is but about 43 hours. Through Tickets
by this route may be had of the Agent, under the Plan
ter's House, at the following rates : From St. Louis to
Baltimore $25; to Washington $2S.
At Wheeling the passeager takes the superior- cars of
the Baltimore aad Ohio Railroad; which leave three times
daily for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New
York. Through in IS or 17 hours, laeiuding stoppages.
jrorsareiy, speeu, regularity. Beauty or lae country, and
general comfort, this read la second to none la the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment of aay Railroad In the United States, and is
prepared tovdo an Immense business ia transportation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharvea and
In the streets of Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia aad New Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and BALTt
210 BE Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to New
York, aad by new Mercbanta' aad Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savaaaah, kc. For
particulars, see freight tariff', copies or which may be had
of the Forwarding Houses In the West, er a' J. B. Fobd,
receiving aoa x trwaiuiu ,axu . r aecung.
WM. 3. WOODSIDX,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
THROUGH TICKETS, slowing the holders to stop at
any point, and resume their seataxt pleasure, may be
purched at the Osmpauy's Offlce. No.- 15, Jefferson
street, 3 doors Rast of the Commercial Bote!. Memphis.
Jua25-ly WM. MOR1N. Agent,
op tux rus
NEW DRUG STORE.
WE take pleasure In informing the citizens of
Memphis and the public generally that we have re
moved our stock of Drugs to the corner of Mala aad
Colon streets, aad will take pleasure la accommo-
dating all who may favor us with a can.
We are also In receipt of a full supply of fresh ami gen
uine Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, &c
Particular attention paid to filling of Prescrlptloas at
an hours of day and eight.
rtec31-tf R. JOTNRR k CO.
FIFTY, barrels Powdered and Crushed Sugars, for: sale
by main HANCOCK, JLARX , CO