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BY M'CLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN.., SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1S57.
VOL. VHL NO. 73.
PC IJSH1H DAILY, TR I-WX BELT AND WHB-LT, BT
JNO. B. M'CIAXAHAN, XXONIBAS TROUSDALE,
WK. M. KUTTe.K, BENJAMIN F. DILL,
BHBER THE STT AJfD FIRM OT
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To WHOM ALL LETTEBS Off BD SIXES, OB OTHER
WISE, SHOULD BE AMiRBMED.
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DAILY RATES FOR ADVERTISING.
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fMt. CHABSEO AS NEW XAH BAT, a OK third ftft,
an a4 vaare m stated rate .
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large type, charged sovBLr rates.
3" Tearly advertisers wt 1 be charged extra far eeca
pying space erer osatract, and when la BSE ttpe is r
1 aired to be aeed, er tbe adTOrrtBtatcnt kept eo iBeMe ef
J3 Tsarlr advertisers will be charged extra at regular
raiea far Waats, Kes's, Bemoraia. Oapartserahlp No
tices To ConstKBees, &c.
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J3 No adTertteeaest wM appear lc the TTeeib paper
cniess 1r spac al oesrtract.
Q Adaertaseaients ta be lneerted to the Weekly paper
only or at irregular iaterrals ia either ef tbe papers, will
be charged $1 per i-iiare for every inserttoa.
S3 AsaoBBetng randtdites tor State, Oaaaty asd Mu
nicipal Oflow, $5 each, to be paid in adnnee in e-rery
J-AU adTerttseaMBtt fr CbarMaae iBetttaOoas,
Fire Compaatea, Ward, Town, aad other PabHc Meetings,
to be charged half price.
t3" Mamaaes and Deaths are pahHseed as sews ; bat
Obtmart-s Trtbate. of Respect aa4 Faaeral Invitations
- s other advertlsniiMits.
T3 All Legal and Traaeieat AdvarltMsieeU will be
s.rgea oy tie insertion.
- EdiUrial Naticee In Local Osieaa win be charged
dU per Hoe .
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McCLANAHAN. HUTTON i CO.
L Q. C.
LAMAR C. n. MUTT.
ATTOBNETS AT LAW, Holly Sprtig, MlsslselppL
DOCTOR F. C. CAYENAUfiH,
HAVING penatnently located ia ieasphis, efiers bis
service, in all the branches of hu profession to tbe
dtiz-ns of Memphis and vicinity
OnVe oa Mala street, (WeetaMe.) between Adarasand
WaablnKtoo streets, in steveaeon's BalMtuas. apIMm
irs. Jones & Marable,
ADAMS STREET, OPPOeirB WORSHAM HOUSE.
Da JONBS' residence, Secaad street. Bear tbe Post
Office. Dr MaraWe's reaideBce, Heraaado street,
between Vance and Liadp. weet aide. laylS-dlm
B SAUNDSBS' eatte at J. M. Sledge &Oe.'s Drag
Store Bear the Fst PaVac. mara-U
V V IIwaeaaatBic aaa MyareaatBK i-ayftctaa, unaers
tit prefeuional service to tbe citlttss of Memphis.
BetideDce Madieea street, nen to tbe Planing Mill.
Offl' t Mdim street, adieieiag tbe Advocate oSce.
Br'ers to McOomhs & Trice, J. Torian & Son, W J.
Dtvie and W. B. Milton. mar22-tm
Dr. It. X,. LASKI,
LATK Staff Physician and Dl'rcter of several Hospitals
in Germany, avmber of dlflareat Medical Societies
In NcwTork. has located in tbe city ef Meaehls, and of
fers his services to the pafettc as PhytieUn, A ceo other,
and all aperations ia S'lrgery.
Xy Office as Washington atrtet, between Main and
DRS. MOOI53IAX & BROWN.
OFFICBoa Adams street, in rear ef Jones, Brown k.
Cu , oa Mala street. Dr. Moorman's rrstden.e on
EUi'jI street, batweea Taace and Elliott streets.
W. G. WEATHERFORD,
COUNSELOR AT LAW, and Beal BsiaVe Agent, Kapo.
Refer to A. Wright. Esq., SB d Oal. B. O. Payne, Mem
phis; Judge B. L Cambers, Sapreme Ooart; B. G.
Eastman, Esq., Nashville; Major G. A. Henry, Olarkt
Ti;ie, Tenn , and 6a. T. B. FtaatBoy, Desha Co., Alt.
CHAS. D. FOXTAIXE,
ATTORN KT AT LAW, Poatetoc Miss., will attend
. strictly to all professional business which may be
entmst d to him in any of the Coarts of North Missis
slppi. feblT ly
j. a. aioox,
M TTOBNET AT LAW, General Colled tag and Land
J Ageats. for the Northern &-d Eiitein Coanties of
Arkansas, BBS ABC, ABC
t,. O. RITES,
A TTOBNET AN B OO0NSBLOB AT LAW, Memphis,
Teaa. Omca ia the Pact Office BaiHtag.
AM baataessaatracted ta M carewiH reaeive prompt
and faltafal atteBtioa. dUeeUoas prempMy mada in the
f urronading eaaattes at West TeaseBKe, Mississippi and
DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, SB , has retarned to bis oM
homestead Bear Memphis and reopened his Iaflrm-
ary, and win remain pern laaeau.'. lie treats the xenow-
Bg Chroaic Ih erases : Caaerrs, ScroShia, Wbl e Swelling,
Tnm .,n and Wens, withoat Surf leal operations. He also
treats all Chreaic Fesaafe dieasea, Srea ef long standing.
Tetter. Bheeaiitinm, Syphilis, a ad all forms of Mercarial
Dr G. deems it unnecessary o sT more, as he has llv-
ng witaeeses of his saccess from Maine to Oregon,
JAaCSS 31. MURPHY
Gronoral Xiaud -soxi.'t.
ILL attend persenaMy to tbe locating of Swamp Land
Serb) aad Warrants In the Jacksonport and Heleaa
Districts, eetueg lad and payiag Taxes.
B. Graham, Mempals.Teon.; A. S. Haey, Little Bock;
B C BrtaUer, " Ui T. Mall, Miss.;
W. M FoiwaB, " J. Norton k Oo., N. O.;
F. Laae & Oa , " J. A. BaaaseaB, LaGraage,
n P. CooHdce, Heieoa,: Tnn ;
Myrtle & Meere,
W. E. Batta, LawresceTllle,
Pool 6. Watsenackionpart
Alien Polk, "
C. W Board, Jackseepert;
It. G. PAYNE,
A TTOBNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Offlce in tbe
. Post OSJee BaiMtag, Jefferson street. mar21-dly
J. A. ANDERSON.
A TTOBNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Offlce In
Walker's Building, ovr Mansfield's Drug Store,
Main street. Janl0-ly
DR. 1TM. HEWITT
tt ILL praebee medieiBe, on the principle lhat there Is
W good ia all systems, and Done all sufficient. Office
on Jeffersaa street, ia tbe Post Office Building, secaad
door from tbe Post Osace. Beaideaee en the comer f
Hernando aad BUiett streets.
Col. J. B. StaBten, N. Adams, Esq-. Haywood county.
Bev. P. B Bleed, Dr. J. B. Madtn, Fayette county.
B. SomerviUa, Ewj., F F. Mad In, Bsq., Tipton county.
J. L. Wehb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
SMITH P. BANH.HEAD.
a TTOBNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Offlce in the
. Post OfflM Block, over Aydlett & Oo., third story.
R. F. JLOONEY,
a 1T0BNET AT LAW. Ofilco .ver C. W. Cherry &
J Oo.'a. JanO-tf
J. WICCEBSRAM ED. A. BEECIIER.
WICKERSRAM & BEECHER,
ATTOBNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Texnessee. Offlce,
. No 21 Jefferson stret Janl-tf
R. V. BICHABDSOS..W. W. WHEATLET.-M. A.H OOS.
Richardson. Wlieatley & Haires,
A TTOBNETS AT LAW Offlce on the corner of Second
. and Court streets, Memphis, Tenn. ocii-iy
A TTOBNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Teaa. Office, sooth side of Court Square, one door
west of Wallace's Auction House, up stairs.
A TTOBNET AT LAW, Covington, Tenn. All buslne n
entrusted to his care will receive pronrt f,ttentios.
D M. DCBOSE,
A TE0RNET AT .AW, Memphis, Tenn.
Office on east
. side of Mala street, between Jefferson and Adams.
Refer to F. Titus, atcjswen, uarns a. aicneiu, 4. v.
WIBlams, W. B. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.;
KooB, TltM k Co., New Orieua, Jb1-U
No lovelier sight could be presented inan That" cf
father supporting the wife of his bosom, and leading
chiliren whih makes heme, home, to the sanctuary
city Auction Rooms, No. 29 Front Row
L. JOHNSON & CO.,
G. W. HANNA' ami JOHN WINN, Salesmen.
WOULD respectfully Inform the citizens of Memphis,
tbat they hive opened this day, at No. 29 Front Bow,
A GENERAL AUCTION DEPOT,
And are bow prepared to ofier unusual facilit.ca to parties
baring Merchandise. Real Estate or Negroes todispose 1 f.
We will have dally falsi at our store, and are ready to
attend tales In any part of the city and coon try far a very
t will effect sales at private sale en eemmlsalon far
any description of real or personal property.
We will keep a Hegister at oar Sales Boom for Ileal Es
tate for Sale. Lease or Bent and Negroes for sale or hire.
Advances in Cash made on any detcrlpllun of property.
AT AVHOIiESiULE !
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
fS'S-a OUR street: la tbe wholesale department
ffsjfi Is new larse and complete, to which we re- JuWf
f ftj rpecttoBy call tbe attention ef Merchants6
OTJK streck in tbe wholesale department
enly. These bnyinc f.-r cash, or satisfactory pa
per, at short dates, will find it to their Interest to glre
ns a call before mat lng their purchases.
SZj TTnelesale Rooms np stairs.
No. 145 Mam strest,
sp3-dawl y Opposite Court Sqnire, Memphis.
...J. J. JEKSr
' . -A
NO. 2 HOWABD'S BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
AJRCC5 1857. -
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Trnuks, Taliscs, Carpet Bags, &c.
WHOIiESAIiE AND HETAUj.
BT late arrivals, we are In receipt cf all kinds ef Boots,
Shoes and UaU, tbat are new and desirable, making
eseet the largest and best stocks of fine en. torn- made
work for retail trade to be fvBBd is Memphis. Prices
B be low for cash. Call and see.
HICKS, TEEBT Jc ANDERSON,
No. 215 Mala street,
n lartfi-dly Opposite Court Square, Memphis.
TV TR. MILTON MCKNIGHT, late of w Orleans, bar
JyJL beooaie assoctated wMh as in the Grocery and Com-
muslea BBSiaess oatisg irom tae its msi. ine t tyieoi
tbe firm wiU hereafter be GATES. WOOD &MCENIGHT
Memphis, Feb. 10, 1857. GATES & WOOD.
S. M. GATES A. M. w'oOD JI. M'KXIOnT.
GATES, "WO OD & McKNIQHT,
Grocars, V v o A c c
NO. 3 UNION STBEBT, MEMPHIS.
AGENTS Haiard Powder Company; Colliers' While
Lead and Oil Company, St. Louis ; for sale ef Llv
erpsol Salt lepia-wajnB
ENCOURAGE HOME INDU8TRT.
HDBER & "vTINRELiMANN",
Main-St., 3d Boor below Uniou,
ABE prepared to fill all orders In the
Honse Carpeaterlng and Furniture bnsl
necii with neatness and dispatch.
Beoalrinc and Varnishing executed la
tbe best style.
Give vs a call.
We warrant all work done in oar shop.
J. C, JACOB! & CO.,
(No. 323 Main, bet. Union and. Gayoso-sts.,)
Importers and Manufacturers of
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CIGARS ASD TOBACCO.
CONSTANTLY on hand, a large assortment of tbe most
favorite brands, at moderate prices.
A. J. "WAIiT & CO., .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
G M 0 C M M
ASD DEALERS IB ALL XISDS Or
UPPER COUNTRY PRDSUOEy
Santheast Corner at Ulain and Union Sts.,
HAVE always on fcixd a well and carefully selected
stock of articles in their Use, which they will eeU at
the lowest carrent prices.
53- Orders promptly filled with tuspatetu
JSTO. -3.r? OET-f-O-STT to7-,
OC23-U MEMPHIS, TENN.
JOHN B. B0TT0,
BOOT AND SHOE
mas 1: f ao Tr : i i i ,
No. 66 Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT,
KKEPd constantly ou nana, nuuituaifi-m
SUOBS, of his own make, also of other
manafactnreia. He keeps, alfo, Leather, f fJ
'Sole and Unner. Oalf Skins. French and
American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va
lises, all of which be wl 1 sell as cheap as any In this
market. Give bua a call befort purchasing elsewhere.
D. PANTE & CO., .
Lard Oil, Soap and Candle
I tl Main street, Memphis. Tenn.
THE highest market prices paid for roogh and rendered
Tallow, Lard and Soap Grease. nov2 ly
I. Is. BEASLEY A. W. LOTISO.
BEASLEY & JLOYING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Or onoral 3r r ooorsi
NO. 12 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on band.
Charges fifty cents per hale, all other Produce at
usual raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt
nnitance. All Produce Insured, unless otherwise in
structed. auicai nawiy
SUCCESSOR TO DR. X. nOWCOTT.
r IVirr mndf A TIT . (t i Cf Tim ti 1 1
H io Memphis, I respectfully solicit the patronage of
all who may need my services In the Dtnlal line.ao'l bind
myself to perform all operations on the Tecib, and insert
artificial teeth In the mast approved style as well as it
ran 1 dnne la this or anv other country.
AH the refer nee 1 wish to give Is a fair trial of my
Offlce on Main street, cpposlte Worsbam Htuse.
DR. fENNER attends exclusively to Surgical Diseases,
sata as Piles, Flstul- In Ano, Strictures, Stone in
B!adder. Ulcers. Cancers. Tumors. Polypus, Diseased
Bones and Joints, Deiormitles from Burns, Hair-Lip,
naatracted Tendons from loss of Lips. Cheek. Nose, Eye.
Uds, &c. Closed Jaws from Salivation, and all other (Us
ees and aeiormiuts requiring oargi u aiu.
DR FENNER also atttnds to all Diseases of the Eye
cad Ear, and is prepared to Board Patients from a
S3- Office on Main street, In Walker's Building, resl
dence on Court street. sep20-dtwav.lylus
DR. JOHNSON'S INFIRMARY,
roa diseases or tbe
EYE AND EAR
SELF-SUPPORTING BAR TRUMPETS,
ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c.)
NO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors East of Commercial Hotel,
maylS-daw R. H. JOHNSON, M. D.
J. M. COMEGYS,
Tf as Inst returned f ram a tour through
the Nerthern Cities, where ha acquired all
the recent improvements in the science 01
He is also authorized to sell licenses and Instruct such
of the profession as may wish a knowledge of Di. Albert
A. Blandy's Cbeoplattlc mode of Inserting Teeih.
Any letters addres sed to him at Somei ville and Brownj-
Tlll. will meet with pionipi attention. mo
DBS. CHIDSET tc LEWIS would call the
attention of the public to I heir new method
of Inserting ARTIFICIAL TEETH, by
which the natural expression ef tbe face
Is restored. Persons In w-ntof fnll setts of Teeth, Ar
tificial Palates, or have unsatisfactory work are Invited
to call, as we are satisfied from experience tbatweean
tte1'p7c crlp-Tons'Vat" receive particular iUfnHon"atia'
hours of the day axdnlght.
G. D. JOHNSON,
A G. LONG
....N. C. ESIDEB,
. Cofiernlle, Miss.
WALiKJBR & SXIDEIt,
Cotton Fact or s
No. 123 Canal Street,
Jn!yl&-dawly NKW OULKANS. LA.
. a. rxor?B-o-....M. t. coopeb....r w. lease
rpHE nnderstgeed beg leave to announceto their friends
iuu mi dupiig mas luer iio lurmeu wimiuci
snip, for the purpose of conducting a wnoiesaie
Grocery and Forwarding- Business,
At Memphis. Tennessee. In the houte recently occupied
by Messrs. Davidson, Bills & Blair, -No. ids Jiain street.
They hope by strict attention to business to merit and
receive a lib.ral share of patronage.
Orders filled at lowest ra es, and on as good terms, for
cab. as If the purcha-er were present. Quick Biles and
small pn fits wHl be our motto. Call and examine our
stock before purchasing. No trouble to show groceries
We intend temak it to the interest of city dealers ns
well as country mercbsnls lo give us A share of their
patronage. FLOUBNOT, COOPER i. LEA KB.
r.M.COPELAND. C W. EDM0ND1. . W. CALDWELL
COPELAND, EDMONDS & CO ,
Dealers in Fine 1 WHOLESALE f Store and Sell
1 I.KIll:KKn I .
LhnorsJcOigars J -.vw-.-, i oottoH..
myS-tf NO. 11 FB0NT BOW, MEMPHIS.
M. D. L. STEWART. Wt. . STEWART. t. C. KISO.
JAS. W. E1SO.
STEART, KING & CO.,
Cotton Factor ss
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
X0. 41 FB0NT BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
FEELING profonndlygrateful to our many kind friends
who, during our brief engagement In the above busi
ness, have extended to ns their liberal and geacrous pa
trouage. we now take pleasure In ofierlng to them and
the public generally, a large assortment of GROCERIES
of tbe best quality and at tbe fairest rat s that can be
had in the city, and with a determination to give ratls
factlon, we tender o tbe pub Jc onr servlcrs In the vari
ous duties Indicated In the above card; hoping by strict
adherence to the legitimate principles of our bulness to
merit a condonation of that patronage heretofore so lib
erally bestowed upon us. S , K. & CO.
S. FOWLKES S. C. MOUST T. J. TOWLKES.
FOIYL.K.ES, MOUNT & CO.,
C o tt on F a ctors,
COMMISSION ME B CHANTS,
POST OFFICE BUILDING, JEFFERS0N-ST.,
STOBE COTTON In a File-Proof Warehoase. lasu
racce 25 per cent less than any house In the city.
J3-Cotton In stotf placed under insurance unless In
structed to tbe contrary.
53" Cotton consigned to us on gord steam, kel and
fiatboats covereC by our open policy of Insurance, unless
otherwise expressed In lace of Bill of Lading.
S3-Orders for BAGGING, BOPE AND TLANrA
TION SUPPLIES solicited from our patrons.
Agents for the sale of the celebrated "Premium Tay
lor Cotton Gin," manufactured by Clemoas, Brown &
Co.. Columbus, Georgia.
We havr supplies of various sizes In store, and will
take pleasure In showing them to thote In want of a
Gin. Planters wooM do well to call and examine tbete
Gins before purchasing slsewhere.
We esteem them the best Gin we have ever seen In
qua'ltles most deslrsWe, vis: speed, light draught and'
making a superior sample of Cotton.
mylt-om ri l isa, aiuu.i a,
a. itr.'HOPinrs & c.,
( Succetton to Pcncell Co.,)
NO. 4.1 UNION STREET,
It , fit. O. O. BOONE, late of Louisville, Ky., hasoKCTa
1VJL associated with us in ibe urocery ana vx
Dullness, dating from tbe 1st instant.
MASON, NORYELiti & BOOKS9
Commission &. Forwarding MercS&,
No. 16lMaLu-St., Memphis, TISS.
RAGGING. Rone. Jeans. Llnseyt i, and a general tttsA cf
Plantation Suppllea ronstantlyjon hand. tTS
M. APPERSOH....C. DEL0ACH.. ..DAVID ABA2XI.
E. M. APPERSON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
A5D DEALERS IN
BAGGING, HOPE, GROCERIES, &C
tfO.65F7l0A'7JlOir', cruf 6 JEFFERSOX-ST ,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and
PRATT'S COTTON GINS.
urn .r. i,muforih sale of D. PRATT'S celebrated
COTTON GINS which have been so favorably known for
the last number of years. Persons wishing to purchase
are requested to call ana examine inem. ah uws are
sold under a lull guaranty.
mirlS-6m ' Ai'i-jstssun u.
r-t- tti!v Snrlncs. Miss.. Times: Gieneda, Miss., Re-
nublican; Panola, Miss., Star; HuntsvUle, Ala., Advo
cate; Tuteumbia, All., Enquirer; Brew nsville, Tenn.,
Journal, copy six months, end sendbl.lsto this office.
S. WILDS VERSOir, I
W. A. BRYAN,
I M. Jf. BRVAS,
Late of LaGrange, Tenn.
D. C. WILLIAMS,
Late of ranoia, miss, j
TEENON, BEIM & CO.
Cotton Factors, Coinmission anu
So. 6 Frent How, .Ter Meaeham k Onlbmith'a,
PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping aad
Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per kale.
53" All cotton sent to us will be covered j Insurance,
unless otherwise Instructed. aag 1
WARDLAW HOWARD WM. T. nOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S HOW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Cofiee, Mo
last.es. Bice, Flour, Lard, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good
stock now on hand, and for sale at reasonable prices.
)3Cash advances made on Cottons In store for sale or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct
ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance arms all Cotton con
signed to us by water; aIo, the risk of Flretwhlle In
store, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling Cottons, tbe same aa we have, charged for
,irt past fifty cents ner bale. InlytO
T. P. AT D LETT -J.C. DOUOHERTV,
Sew Orleanx. iltmfhu.
T. P. AYDLETT & CO.,
WO. f9 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
DOUGHERTY & AYDL.ETT,
COMMISSION MERCH ANTS,
NO. 23 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS,
TTTlLL make cash advances on all G.-tton or other Pro-
V V duce shipped to T. P. Aydlett Co., new urieans.
CUDDY, BROWN & GO.,
36 CAMP STBEET. NEW ORLEANS.
lASH advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
J couaxgueu aa auurc, uj ,.nj w .
No. 5 Monroe Street, let. Front Row &Kain,
T) ARTICULAR attention paid to sale and -shipment of
X Cotton and other produce
Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at
lowest market prices. o"
T. B. NORIENT,
OSBS" & mJNT'8 NEW BLOCK,
- Up Stairs, It l-a Front Row,
A LARGE stock of Bafgiax aad Rope always on band.
Otey W L
Parrows D TT
O'nerri Wm 2 Oates J A
Parker Wm Parkinson S O
New Orleans, La.
ISAAC SEVILL A. 1. CU3IMIK0HAM
NEVILL & CUNNINGHAM,
DEALERS IN SLAVES,
No. 174 Main Street, three doors North cf Adams.
mjL VTR have thirty five likely Negroes for sale, -
snd will keep constantly oo hard a govl sup- f
tV Ptr of Jlkely Negroes, eorsl- ting of men, boy,Kj
. wr.jnd girls, field hands and house servants all- V
ef which will b sold on reasonable terms, and fully guar
anlled. , .
We will also Board and Sell Negroes, tn commission
belns well proviclsd for that business. ap28-dawly
B. W. JIIOBBUS....D. C. WARD J. II. SABMOHER.
MORRISS, WARD & SANNONER,
WHOLESALE AVD RETAIL DEALERS IS
7o3roisxA sdts IDOOS3tiC3
j II 1 GOODS.
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c,
AO. 295 MAIN STREET,
(One door south of Monroe,)
apl3 Sm MEMPHIS, TENN.
J. B. SHAEPE,
No. 23 Pront Row,
BILLS and orders filled Kith tbe Gennlne Article at
.manufacturer prices. One hundred did rent
WALKER & BROTHERS,
No. 79 Pront Bow,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS lit
OTA PIiE AND FANCY
Bvy Goods, Boots fc Sliocs,
K BE Just receiving and opening a tpieaaio assoruneui
il " . i , . cj nAM in hlrh thev call the
esDectal attention of Country Merchant and Blver Tra-
to BCrderfell & good toanjn ncase can mu sic.
NELSON & NEWELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS I
OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY,
C3, C2rt7-nF, 3to.
Domestic Liquors and Rectified Whisky,
MAIN STRBBT, ONS DOOR SOUTH Or UlllUfl,
HAVE in Store
4 half pipes Otard. Tupuy 8s Co., Brandies;
2 " rinet, uasiuiou w. ,
8 qr. pipes " " "
6 " " Henersey,
10 ' casks Pert Wine;
8 Mad "
4 .i i OW Sherry Wine;
100 bUs. Old Beurboo Wbl.ky ;
60 " " Bje "
200 ' Bectlfled "
100 cases Ginger Wine; .
!tnn ii i Ale :
300,000 assorted Cigars ;
75 boxes nso Virginia ioatuj.
.iiv . (.. .mi v,hm1 assortment of roods
In our line, lo which the attention of the trade Is respect
fully solicited I"""'
J. P. PRESC0TT & CO ,
SOAP AND CANDLES,
Foot of Jefferson Street,
WE also keep oa band cinTO. sssii uil., wmtu
guaranty lo answer all purposes for which Lard
Oil is used. We have certificates from competent juages
to this i fleet. We can sell It fen per cent cheaper than
Lard Oil. !-"'""
o! Sj jj m i jl :
TnK subscriber takea pleasure In announcing la his
rnIa an.l thsnnblle eenera If. th.t he has Just
openeo his large and carefully selected stock of hTAPLE
'....n.nnnz ..... In t 3n.lnP and SmnmPT
seasons, which are cn sale low to cash or prompt paying
customers. For the laaies Bugenim, ji.tici:, "":""
adlne, Organdy, Brsge ana nsim uoun, rauum
plain and fancy N)Ult Ie Loi, Organdies, Laans, Bersges,
Muslins, Ginghams and Prints; rich Lace, Silk, and
Embr.Uered Swiss Mantles; sets Honlton, Maltese. Point
and Muslin Sleevea and Collars ; Bugle, Glmpnre, Thread
andctbtr Laces; Fringes, Klbbons, Dress Trimmings,
Glo-'s, nosltry. Skirts of all kinds, Ladles' Umbrellas
and Parasols, etc.
A large lot or itcaay.auc iiouuus,
rtii Rhnea. Dats. Osnaburgs. bleached and brown
Shillings and Sheetings, Linens, Linen Drills, Cotton
ades, and In a word every thing in the dry goods line.
Country Mercbanls are oBirea gre jnauarraruio.
Call and examine my stock. No charge for lowing
roods A C. BLA1B,
BOWJ. ,r.i.. .. -m
ap-tf JlO. SI 1 JIMH I. IPC .
A. VACCAR0 & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Main ttreet, nest door to Odd FeCovt' tlall,
xyjn a T.TT-r-t ga KT
TURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
nnEMlCALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy uooos,
i.ini. niia. window Glass. Patent and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Brandies and Wines.
S3" Every article sola oy ua warrauicu a mJicuMu,
anliiect intv rtnmerl itnnr.Tn.ns. Inlvtf-lv
297 VEwXT STR3',
WnOLKSALK and retnl dealers m rancy anu nam
Can41ea. Cakes, Fruits, Preserves, Jellies, etc-. We,
have fitted up our fin
ICE CREAM SALOON.
and are now ready to serve the cooling luxuries to all that
give us a ca'.I. nijinm
ICE GEEAI SALOOKS
Confectionery & Candy Manufactory,
Madison Street, between Main and Sscond.
HAVING removed from the old stand to his new house,
begs leave through this medium to return his thanks
to thecltliens of Mcmpbfciani surrouuaing couuiry JUr
nnmerons testimonials of their high appreciation of bis
services, and most respectfully solicits a continuance of
th'ir kind patronage, assuring them tbat his effor s to
please will be assiduous as they have been hercfore. His
Is now open, where Meals will bs served up at all hours,
with the kesl the margei can acoru, prepareu iu amm
can or French style. Extra dishes for families to order.
Particular attention paid In furnishing WEDDINGS,
PARTIES, BALLS and DINNERS. His
Ice Creams and Confeclions,
Recommend themselves. His'
Ta manrraetnred br himself In the onlv TMrcelalned fcun
tain In this city. Peisous may, therefore. Indulge in It
without fear, that the acid can hare any contact wiui
copper or any other metals.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
In his blandest manner, SPECHT invites you to give him
P. S. Wholesale Dealers are particularly requested to
come and see for themselves, as his- manufactory cannot
Drders Irons, the country promptly attended to.
WORSnAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Taney Candies,
Adams Street, under tiie Wor-
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their own Juice, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pieties, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, all
kinds Nnts. Ac.
In connection with this eatabSshment, I have tilted np
ICE CREAM SALOON,
For thBACCommodation of citlieas and the visiting public,
mj8-dtIl6noT 9. P. BRICHETTO.
Hands Wanted. .
CirXorelghtNEGKO nANDS.ot either sex, wanted
J0KX E. IITDE ALEX. MACAULAT.
JOHN E. HYDE & CO.,
CoaEissiOH & Forwarding Merchants.
AGENTS TOR TBE
Memphis and New Oileaca Packet Line,
Cox, :3ircccl e2 Oo.'s
TJtrouglt X.ine of New Orleans,
MOBILE AND ALABAMA B1VBR PACKETS,
No. 66 Poydras Street,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
T) ARTICULAR and personal attention, given to the For-
X warding Of Good.
RtftTenctt Messrs. MrComhs 4. Trice, nsncock,
Clark - Co., Lavallette, Shirley &- C, J.J. Murphy,
KiQCtias Potter. Capt. O.B, Church, J.J. Bawlings,
Meqphls, Tenn. myl4-6m
W.'S. I-iWTOB, c BBXASXR,
Frsarrly of Lawtonville, S. O P)I Charleston, 3. 0.
t f. L AWT ON & CO.,
Up-land and Sea Island
' COTTOX AND RICE FACTORS,
Forwarding & Comnissien Merchants,
N'a 38 EAST BAT AND B0TCE - CO.'S WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S C.
TT7JLL sell Cottcn, Bice, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Naval
VW Stores c
Having an experience of twenty- five years In business,
we mrantee satlstsctlon to all who patronize us.
Prsmpt, peraonal attention given to the forwarding
RcrERESCES Hon. R. D. Trevllle, Ex-IJent. Gov.;
J3- Shepherd, Esq.. of the firm of Shepherd & Mc
Crr y ; Jas. Tupper, Esq., Master In Equity; Hon. W.
J. Gfsyion, Ex-Collector and Ex-M. C, Charleston, S.
O. Bev. n D. Duncan, Gen. L. M Ayr, Barnwell, S.
O. Gov. C. J MiDonald, Jndge T. Stocks, Georgia. E.
a. Jiudon, Esq., Dr. B. G. Mays, Florida. Joseph
Ramey, Esq., Tenn. W J- Davie, Memphis, Tenn.
Fonvarding and Commission
' (SUCCESSOR TO T. STEKIIOUSE & fO.,)
NO. 4 HATNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ti EFKRENCES John Caldwell, Presidents. C. R. R-,
11 Columbia. S C; Col. J. A. Whltesldes, and H. W.
Msssengale, Chattanooga, T.nn ; Ger.'.W. Williams
Co , iCbarleston, a c; linas. J. nuersou, uiutm
Agent, Nashville, Tenn.; Wm. Tajlor St Co., Montfom-
p.Mlrnl.r attention elven ta the SETTLEMENT of
FREIGHTS, and for lost and damaged Goods by vessels.
SAM'L MATTHEWS & SOS,
General Agents to Bay, Sell and Locate Land
in the MUsiisippi Bottom.
PARTICULAR attention Is paid to the selection cf
COTTON PLANTATIONS -rum the Internal Im.
provem'nt and Chickasaw School Lands.
Several years experience enables them to give satisfac
tion. Terms easy.
AdJress "Pleasant Mount, ranoia county, miss."
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL
iC. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
. PAPERS OP ALL KINDS,
PIUNTEUS' VXlvS, Ac,
Alt Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
n. FITZGERALD. ..CHAS. C. BILL..J. WOODWORTH.
H. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Succenort to Park, Simpton I- Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Dealers.
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
No. 02 Pront Row, Memphis,
C. r. SI. BOLASD A. S. IIUEY.
NOIiAND & CO.,
LITTLE ROCK, ARIi.
REFER TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen and Capt.
Charley Churchy feb7-ly
W. ALEXANDER B. J. LABSIXG.
ALEXANDER & LANSING,
NOS. 63 AND 65 LOCUST STREET,
S3vl3.t Iiowiw, Zs Co.
3. Murphy, Memphis ; Cook A Co., Memphis ;
Barnett k. Walker Todd k Goyer, "
Charles Potter, " febo-6m
A. O. SMITH... .B. r. GUTHRIE... .OEO.J. ROWLAND.
SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AND AGENTS rOR THE SALE OF
Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
No. S64 Main Street, between Second nnd Third,
J&nlJ-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
HARVET R. B. HARVXr.
C. M. HARVEY & CO,,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 110 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
win be given to the Sale or
Forwarding of Goods or,
Prod nee consumed to our
address. We will contract Freight on the
above lor re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at
We have had several years' experience In our market
In the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise.
REFER TO V0K ., J . u. tiiimng a. ro , spcru
k Strange, Hannah Sl Shanks. decI2-ly
Room and Accommodation
FOR FIVE HUNDRED STRANGERS AT THE
BAZAAR OE FASHION!
NO. 223 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS.
THAT Is to say, room tn onr Store and Show Rooms
ud stairs for five hundred strangers, whom we can
accommodate with the finest and most fashionable Bon
nets and Mantillas ; rich Silks and Fancy Dress Goods;
Kmbrolderles. Ribbons. Trimmings, and an otner one
Fancy Goods which are usually kept in the most fashion
able establishments, which we viu dispose or at very
moderate prices. Persons visiting Memphis at this in
teresting time, will please give us a call.
ap3U js. BAniffiia at w
PER EXPRESS, five hundred BONNETS, among which
the NeapoMlans acd fine Straw Eugenlas; French
Chin Bonnets : Neapolitan. English and Swiss Straw.
Also, one hundred Shaker noods, all cf which we will
sell low. i E. DARIN DS k. CO.,
ap30 Ho. 223 Jtatn street.
OF five hundred new styles MANTILLAS, composing
every variety from the cheapest to the most splendid
brought on, which we win sell at a very small advance on
cost. E. BARINDS tc CO.,
apJO g I Mam street.
OUR stock Is now complete, and comprises an extensive
varl'ty of Silk Robes, Organdies, Grenadines aad
Barege Robes, cf tha richest and latest styles. We call
particular attention to this department, as they were se
lected with great care, and having a large stock on hind,
we will dose them out at very low Frices.
K. BASINDS CO.,
ap30 223 Main street.
- Ac., c.
At the Bazaar of Fashion.
I. BARINDS & CO.,
223 Main street.
JmB TP stock:
THE subscriber would respectfully an
nounce to the ladles of Memphis and sur
rounding country, that he Is now openings
complete fresh Stock of PARI3 MILLINERT.
FANOT DRT GOODS, LACES, EMBROID
ERIES, aid a general assortment of LADIES
FANCY GOODS, which he Is prepared to sell at tbe
very lowest prlcesfor cash.
All kiads of MILLINERT made to order at the shortest
notice. WM. SILBERBERG.
No. 200 tfsln street, third door above Lehman's Dry
Goods uouse. mari
TO THE-LADIES AKD GEXTLEMES OF
JAMES MILLSON, formerly of Clncln
rati, Ohio, would respedf ally announce to
the citizens ef Memphis that betas opened!
a BLEACHING and PRESSING Establishment on Union
street, near DeSoto, where Bonnets, Flats. Gipsey and
Gents' Hats will be done Jn the best style for thoie who
favor him with their patronage. Also, Bonnets dyed and
pressed for stores, at law prices.
Please give hist a call, on Union street, near DeSoto.
right of Memphis, for thCMelalnotype Patent
A PAIR ofplaln Gold Spectactrg,
J. P. M'ALEXANDER,OtMisS.; J. T. CIlIDESTEB.Of Al.
I. N. kORWOOD, of Tennessee.
I?Ic ALEX AJVDE R & CO.
To the Public.
nrUIE Memphis aid Charleston Kail road has thought fit
X to exelode us from the privilege of selling our Om
nibus Tickets in their Cars, although we have offered to
pay the regular fare along the road for our ti-ket agent.
They have established a pollse fores' at their Depot at
Memphis, to exclude our umnlbmses from the platform,
and compel us to remain in the street. They have pre
sumed ta put onr ticket agent, and even Mr. McAlexan
der, one of our firm, off the cars thirty miles lrom Mem
phis, for offering to sell Omnibns Tickets to passenger)
while at the same time they allow Messrs. Patterson
Bro., all tbe privileges they have denied ns.
11a view of these facts, we here enier our prote t
against this foal Injustice, and call upon tbe public, an' I
especially the traveling public, to protect us In our rights.
We shall continue to have a line of Omnibusses at the
Depot on every arrival of tbe Cars, nstwiihstaadlog we
have to keep them In the streets, the whole platform be
ing given exclusively to our rivals;
Will the public tolerate this unheard of and unjmt mo
nopoly? MeALEXNDEB k CO.
To the Public.
MESSRS. FLETCHER KECK having told their
O.' nibuss Line, we take this me-hod rf Informing
the traveling public tbat cn the arrival acd departure ol
all mall and accommodation trains our Omnlbuises will
be in readiness to convey passengers to and from Hotels.
Depots and elsewhere in the city ef Memphis.
When you arrive in the city, call for the Patterson
Line, and the Patterson boys to wait on you. Uemember
the first and regular lice e.tabU-hel for the conveyance
of the public in Memphis. We will be pleased to wait on
you, and thankful for your patronage.
Omnlbuss Offlce at tbe Memphis and Charleston Call
road Through Ticket Office, Commercial Hotel.
mjl2 dawlm P. M PATTERSON k BRO.
-J. T. CIIIDESTER.
M'ALEXANDER & CO.'S
AAVING purchased the Omnibus Line for
merly owned by Fetcher k Keck, we are open
'for the Spring business. Tbe members of
Lour firm are all known to the eitens of the
Brofi City and the surrounding country.
From oar experience in public business, we feel confi
dent that we are qualified to carry out the enterprise In
which we usage. Give us a trial ; we will endeavor to
We (hall have new omnibuses, fine teams, careful,
steady drivers and accommodating agents.
3" Office at the General Railroad, Stage and Omnibus
Agency, at tbe Worsham House, where tickets may be
procured at all times.
raj6 3m McALEXANDER & CO.
SIXTY MILES THE SHORTEST
33 EST ROUTE
.ississippi ami Tennessee
B A I L K OAD,
Grenada and Intermediate Points.
J. P. McALEXANDER & CO.'S
DA1LT LINE OF
EOTJR HORSE POST COACHES,
FROM Memphis to Grmada. In connection with the
Mississippi and Teunrs.ee Bailroad. a distance of one
hundred and five miles fifty mil's railroad, and but eee
change of baggage. Time through, thirteen hours.
New Coaches, fine teams and careful di iters, and time
and money saved no mistake.
J3" For Tltkets, and all des red information, apply te
our agent, at the General Railroad, Stage and Omnibus
Office, at the Worsbam House.
my6-3m J. P McALEXANDER k CO.
LOOK. TO YOUR INTEREST.
THROUGH TICKETSFARE REDUCED
TO GRENADA $6 CO.
TO CARROI LTON 9 00.
TO BLACK HAWK 10 SO.
TO LEXINGTON 13 00.
TO CANTON 15 00.
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING south of Uully Spnags, at the TaHa
batchle river, with ibe DA1LT SOUTHERN MAIL
LlNri W New Orli .via Jaehu, Uui. h cp
most pleasant and quickest route to the abovt-namtd
Least staglrg and the best toad. Tbe cars will soon be
at Oxford, still shorter lug this r.ute.
Travelers will look to tlx lr comfort and pockets. A
rd ta tbe wise Is sufficient.
JT For Tickets or Information apply to SIMS CO.'r
Agents, at the Railroad, Stage and Omnibus Ticket Of
flee. Commercial Hotel roa t 1 3-d' f
!Iar.iaiimi iSnpltts, gtc
A. S. HANCOCK...
Late Williamson k
,r. a. CLARE...
Late Aydlett &
.DEO W. TROTTER.
Late of SomervUIe.
HANCOCK, CLARK &, CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, ROPE, BACON, LARD,
n 3lacSts of Produoo,
NO. 16 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
i fin BBLS. Mess Pork, received this day aud for sale
1 WW by
HANCOCK, CLARK i. CO.
CASKS Clear Side Bteon. For sale by
HANCOCK. CLARK & CO.
BOXES H and X boxes Star Canities. For sale
HANCOCK, CLARK n. ju.
1 Rio Coff-u , For sale by
n ANCOCK, CLA11K k CO.
For sale by
CLARK Sc. CO.
en BOXES Starch;
tJU 60 " Champagne Cider ;
30 " Turpentine Soap;
Pickles, Catsups. Spies, Pepper, Tobacco and Cigars.
For sale by
myl9 n ANCOCK. CURK k CO.
100 BAGS nl Coffee, Jos t received and fer.alelow
A V J w
the tiade br
No. S3 FroBt How.
CjK HHDS. Sugar, Just received and for sale low to
fj the trade, by
DOUGHERTT A ATDLETT,
No. I Front Row,
OK BOXES assorted Pickles;
Ii I S bovea fine old C. Brandy ;
25 boxes Table Salt ; Just received and far. sale low
tothetradeby DOUGHERTY at atulktt,
tpl5 No. 23 Fro.it Fow.
8. B. WTLMAMSON,
(Succettor to WiUiavuon 4- Honrcc, j
FINE "WINES, BRANDIES',
Havana Cigars Sec.
NO. 19 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
Received 'fchio Day,
K A BBLS Mess Pot t;
?US0 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard;
25 tierces Sugar-Cure Mams ;
20 kegs Shot, assorted sixes;
100 bUs Whisky.
All of which wa will sell cheap for cash at N.
Front Bow, Memphis,
jnlyl S. B. WILLIAMSON,
mitt subscribers keeo on hand the following articles.
JL which they waxi ant to be of first quality, and lot
sale low for cash;
Wheat Fans and Threshers ;
E. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins J
Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture;
Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ;
Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead ;
Brandies and Wines, superior article ;
Lime. Cement aud Plaster Paris;
Together with a general assortment of all articles usu
ally kept in aurocery store.
G WYNNE k GIBSON,
July2 No. 1 and 2 Exchange Building,
( erfl BBLS Extra and S. F Flour;
J. O U 35 casks Bacon Sides, Hams and Shoulders ;
150 bbls. and half bbls Harris' XX Ale;
60 casks quarts and pints L ndon Porter;
160 bbls. Dexters aad Flcken's Whisky;
I0O dozen Hostctter's Stomach Bitters ;
60 baskets Piper Heldsleck Champagne;
25 bbls. Mackerels i 60 kits Mackerel ;
100 dozen Cove Oysters; 60 boxes Pickles;
60 aross Garrett's Snuff. In bottles and papers ;
ISO boxes Star Candles; "5 boxes-Virginia Tobacco
25 boxes Lemon Syrup; 25 b xes Smoking Tabacro
GO boxes Pie Fruit; 25 dozen Brooms;
55 boxes Soda Crackers ; 15 bbls Plc-Nic Crick en
CO Catea Wash Boards; 00 boxes Starch;
60 Colls -Manilla Rope, all sites.
Sugsr, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Lemons, Figs, Raisin.
Almonds, Pecans, Filberts, Eng. Walnuts, Sardines, c
For s!e 17 J. P. FRANK,
t17 No. 35 FrontRoir.
1 n cnij-LiSHi r ..,
IN stare, or eight ainereni -auuiac- rVreirireel G
'n."L"s "h?lt., !!d'" tnm Un iLSwlw. '
i230 to $500. Give ns a call, for we
SHORTEST IIOUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
liy Vnlroau from Cairo !
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Hourt. without Break
ofuvagcor Chvnge of Cart or liaggege.
BRANCH FROM CBNTRtLIA IS NOW FINISHED,
Tbos short eumg the tuae to sateen hours to Chicago.
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving the earns Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New York, Boston, and all Eastern
and Atlantic titles. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo ta Albany, and
four f rem Cairo to New Turk. Time from Cairo to New
Tork, fdrty-Biee hears. Fare as hew, aad comfort great
er, than by aay other route, .rasaengers through are
NOT subjected to (he delay con seqnest ta the frequent
changes by short Moss of RaiKead through Indiana asd
Ohio, to tbe East and North.
Abo, connecting at CMcagei wMh Mlehtgan Southern
Trams, for CievotaBd, Dwikssk.aiw the Eaat, with Lake
Shore Railroad aud Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee,
She'uoygaa, Ac., and with a splendid Line of First Class
SUm. rs for Saalt Ste Marie, Laka Superior, Colling
wood. Toronto, sc.
"tiim leave Cairo Every MornlBg and Evening as fol
6:05 A. M., Chicago and Danieith Express, Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and
ew Tork ueniral jUBreads, throngh IB thirty-one hours.
This Train also connect at Sandoval with Olio and
Mississippi Railroad ivr St. Loais and Vlacennes; at
Pana, with Trains it tbe Terra Haute, Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, for Indiana pelts, Louwvtlle and Cincin
nati; at Decatur, with 34ln Line ExprCM br Galena,
Dsnleith i tha latter conBecSiBg with Tralna to tSprixjc-
fletd, Naples, Rock Island, Burlington and Quincy.
6:10 p. M., New Tors Express, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only at important Stattous, except on Signal.
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur U,
Duawttb, and arriving at Chicago at - r. si.
Paaseigersfor the Upper Mississippi, will find at Dun-
Mtb, steamers of the Dunlelth and Minnesota Packet
Gmpany, ready to leave on tha arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Uresse, Redwing, St. Paul, c. Pasiengerr
far Janeevtlle, and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect at Frerpert with Trains to Beielt and Janesviltc, and
from thence to MadUon and Central and Eastern Wis
consin. TseManaaBd Charts Indicating the Great Central
RoBtetotheNerth and East are an exact transcript of
Col ton's Map of the United States, and passengers are
requested to examine thu rtmte as well as the ruing
time cards of the connecting Reads, and jadge for them
selves as tothecorreclsMssef the above statements. The
opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to
Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of
cosBBBication between tbe Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, affords to the pleasure traveler,
as well as the business man, attract toes and facilities
for reaching tbe North and East, which surpass those of
any other ronte whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company tor the convenience of the trav
eling public, the permanency of tbe road and structure,
the strength and elegance of the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves to those who desire in traveling tpeed,
comfort ana safety. Slate rooms secured en aH packets.
TIC STS liUUU 1UK uns TAH, witn the privilege
of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis,
No. IB JenVrse- street.
WILLIAM MORIN, Agent,
mrf 6m Memphis. Tenn.
THROUGH RATES CE FREIGHT
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA
J-UOOUlliUl-L IU.V ilJJ-IUiitliJ,
New York and Philadelphia Steamship Lines,
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH.
FIRST CLASS Piano Fortes. TO
Books, Stationery, Boats, Sheet, Tuteumtfa
Liquors, Oils, c , in bettfes ;
in barrels ; Carpel lag, Mh, .
Glass and Glastware, UteaM, la j,
cases; Clock-. CyaftcMtMUN,
Cotton Caws, Dry floods la bx- '
esand bales; Drugs, Frl, Frail
T- and Shrutb-ry, Fare, Gar-
dea Seeds. Locking Glass ss, aad
Looking Glass Plates, (at,WBr's. .
risk ) Oy.t. ra in cans aad jars, 1
Saddlery, Tm and BriMaata Ware,
Teas aud Spm . pr 190 lbs.....
SHCOND CLASS. Hardware.
except Bch as spevlaed to ThM
Olass, Cotsee MUls, MachiiMry,
Foreign Uqoors la barrws and - '
pipes, Tohae m boxes, Lealbr , ,
ware ia eratrs aad casks, Kare ' -
Capper- per 109 lbs
THIRD CLASS 4x. SWv
eis. Spade;, :a4 Ireas, ZJbc ad
Tin iu pigs, Tin plate. Anvils
vires, casks f uttaia ana Hos,
Manilla aad Cotton Cordage. Cof
Carriage Springs aad Axels. Raw
read Wheels and Axeis.Gbairs'and
pikes, atd Rosin in barrets, per
SPECIAL BATES Boxes
Furniture aad Carriages Ned,
and other Uxbt artiates net tnai
merat d ; also. Carboys of Ac
id" or elber Chemieals, wflf, be
cbargedetaal weight, bat at
double First Ot urate, per 100
The above rates cover all ejpteses from New Trk and
Philadelphia t Memphis and Tuscumbia. No Conmts
slens, Dravage or Wharfage chargf d at either Cbailest 1
Cods to a l stations oa the MEMPHIS ADi
CHARLESTON ROID are entitled to through rates; alt
points East if Tusewmbia will be charged Tuscumbta
rates, and alt points West of Tnscumbia, Memphis rates.
DIR.ECTIO.S FOR. SHIPPING.
Geods by Savannah should be consigned to Agent Cen
tral RaHroaO, and Packages marked "Care Agent C. B.
R Savannah. Ga."
Goeds ty Chatlesion sboaM be eoasigned to Agect
SeutbCa'olina Railroad, and Packages marked' Care
Ageat S. C. R ,R., Charleston, S. O."
yrf Have every Package pealnly maiked. wrin name
of ovRSlgae. destination, and dipit of delivery. At-
tentiea to this mat!-r ecu- s a p- cdy delivery I y pre-
lliriOUOU RATES FKOM CH.IRLESTO?!
Peas Sbiepingi-y Sal Veetet. r Propellers from
Baltimore. New Tork. BostcXt and Ph'ladrliihia will re
ceive the fnll benefit of Contracts made with sch vessel,
and by censMniBg their gcods to the agent s of the soum
Carolina Railroad at Chart stoa or Central BaUreadat
Savannah they will be Iorwartd frte of Commission t
at the foU.wiiig rates :
To Tttscumbia. To ilemhpit.
First Class Per 100 lbs.') lnerading
Hats $1 Si 51 oa
Second Class Per 100 pounds 1 09 1 24
Third Cass Pr 100 pounds 87 1 00
Special Rates For light geods, per
hundred pounds.... sts' j iu
Steamers are nserally butenoday aaseksr than Propel
lers, atd lrom tw to three daya quicker than Sailing
Vessels from New Tork and Philadelphia, and rther
Eastern ports to Charleston and Savannah. And where
a few days time Is not an object, from twenty to forty
cents jer hundred pounds can.be saved by shipping on
theTitter class of vessels.
CHARLES W. ANDK-SU.
JunF-lr Oeswr.ll Agent fa- the Sonthwest.
AND LUMBER YARD,
Orrrfon xtrttt. near A Mexxphit and Ohio Depot,
TTEKP for sale an.mikc,to order Doors, Blinds. Sash,
K Mantles. Frames. Mouldings, ana everything In that
line, of the best materials and workmanship. They are
also prepared to 00 an sinus or sawing uu i i"i
the trade, and to erect building of every description; to
shelve and fit up store, and other Jobbing.
Having proeured suitable machinery: they will loon be
enabled to manufacture PACKING BOXKJ of all kinds,
h.ni. and better than ever before made in the city.
Shlagles. White pine ana oiaer i muer lor ,
Xy Orders from tne country promptly w.
C. B. MOORE.
IIALSTEAD... R- BASIS,
STAR PLANING MILL,
Door, Sash and Blind Manufactory,
SECOND STREET, SOUTH OF UNION,
FLOORING, Weatherboards, Doors, Sj sh, Blinds, Door
and wind Frames and Casings. Mantles, Mould-
inn cm iirj. Oiim?. Lattl e Watk. Baseboards. Turn
ing, Scroll Work, Shelving, Boxes, kc., and every de
scrlptlen of Building Material, dressed and undressed,
always on hand and made to order.
N. B. The highest ciah price paid for all kind, of
'JLumoer J JLaimber !
I HAVE the largest assortment of Lumber cn hand I
have evr offered, cot-UUng in part of Seasoned Cy
press and Poplar, M, 1. 1 X and 2 Inches wide and dear;
sr and8xl0; Jolcst 2xS,2x3, 2x10 and 2x12; Seanl
Hng2xl,2x5,2x6,Sx4, Ixi, and 4x6; Weatherboardlng,
Sheeting, Shingles and; Walnut Lumber on hand; also a
large lot of dressed Teitow Pine Flooring and rough Pop
lar Flooring, Bed Cedar Posts of art slaes.
Tarf on Baltnre, South side of Centre Landldg.
JunlS-dtwawly V K. COOT RAN.
IVliW DRUG STORE.
WE take pleasure In informing tne citizens cr
Memphis and the pubtle generally that we have re
moved our steck of Drugs to-the corner of Main and
TJaton streets, and will take pleasure la aecommo-
4.,n. ail wrin mavravor ns witn acau.
We are also in receipt of a full supply of fresh and gen--tne
rtrtiis. Chemicals. Paints. Oils, Perfumery, kc
Particular attentloa paid to filling ot Prescriptions at
alt hourspl y and night.
B- JOTS- k
- , , bt,i5S,il given. or Me Kturn
ed to me win ce
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN
OPEN from Junction with M-mphls and Charleston
Railroad to Mecon, 16 H miles North of Bolivar, and
eieren mile. Santh of Jacksoa. Tenn.
PASSENGkB AND MAIL TRAIN leaves Grand Junc
tion dally at 10 A, it., or on arrival of nwrnlag mail
train from Memphis, connuctins at Medon lib Wjlj's
Itne of Coacbes for Nashville via Jackson and Hunting
ton, and by way of Lexington, Ctlften, Waynesboro'.
Mount Pleasant, and from spring Hi u by the Tennessee
and Alabaa.a Railroad.
Relorn.ng, leaves Medon at 1:30 r. tt., connecting at
Grand J auction with evening mall train Into Memphis
arriving at 7-45
P'5 R. P. NEELT. Sup't.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
XT-7- Open To 3rts.
Two Daily Trains each Way,
FROM and after WEDNESDAT. March 25, 1857. the
MAIL TRAIN leave Mempola daily, at7:!5A.i..
arriving at Sardis at 10:05 a. at
Returning, leaves Sardls at 10:35 A. at., and arrives at
Memphis at 1 25 r. K.
This Train conn. eta at Sardls with Messrs. J P McAI
exaBder tc Co.'a Daily Line of first dans Post Coaches for
Panels, Grenada, Canton, Jsckten aad Vicksbvrg
The ACCOMMODATION aad FREIGHT TRAIN leaves
Sardls at 5.-30 a.m., arriving at Memphis at 10:40 a 31
Retnrslng. leaves Memphis at 2:30 p m.. and arrives
at Sardls at 7:30 r.St. "Tre
Paasengera are reqaested to purchase tickets before
entering the cars, and save pay meat of extra fare.
Baggage checked to ail stations en tbe Railroad, and no
baggage win be received wlthont being checked Eaea
passenger win be allowed HO pounds ef barrage by Rail
road, and 60 pounds by stage, bet no article wffl be car
ried as baggage lhat is not lnetdsnt tt the person of tbe
In case of loss, the Compary wHIboH theaHelvea re
sponsible for an amount not exceeding jo.
Ej-Negioes, when traveling alone, must have a permit
aamiag tbe petnt to which they are tn go, and specify lnz
that they are to travel by Railroad, or they wffl not be
""W. . M. PATRICK.
CJ-Baglaand Enqalrer, Morning Express, Hernando
papers, Grenada papers, and the Mlssbsippsan, at Jack
sen. copy, aud discontinue ferater adverUsemeuts
EAST AND NORTH.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
M .2 I 1j K O J&
RAILROAD connections direct frem MEMPHIS to
New Tork Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
Lity. RtcbmoBd, Charleston, and Savannah.
THROUGH TICKETS sold to tie foUowmg poi-ts
Nashville, Chattanooga, Augusta, Charleston, Wttmlngl
ton, Atlanta, Montgomery, Col am', us, Ga.. Macon, and
XIIKOUGir TO AASHVILIiE IJr j H0TJRS,
Threagh TKket OO.ee at the Oammercial no til. Mem
phis, Tenn , P. M. PATTERSON, Agent.
Tieki ts always good.
Fare as low as by any other first-class reate.
For Passengers, a new route is new opened to -ASTERN
and ATLANTIC CITIB., nnsarpaaseu in esmtort
and safety direct and expeditions, with connections sute
Passing thoegh slave territory, perfect security tsafiered
for the conveyance of servants.
by s earners to Charleston or Savannah, and raUway di
rect to Memphis, lb attention of Seathera asd Western
Merchants Is tailed to this rout, being as cheap, and
more expeditious, than any other
The ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY Is now Ia connec
tion wtlh this line.
The THROUGH MAILTRAIN leaves Memphis DAILT,
at 6 JO o'clock a. St., connect tug with Eastward and
Westward Irakis on tbe NashvtUe aad Chattanooga Rail
road, tStevssn, same day.
AtsocttBBec a at Grand Juactiea with the Mississippi
Genual RaHread to UeBy Springs, Oxford, Grenada. Can
tea. Jacksea, kc, he.
Also connects at Grand Junction Station wMh-Tennes-see
Central Railroad to Bolivar, aad Jacksoa.
Also connects at Pocaheata- with Tri-Wcky Line of
CeaehM to Ripley, Pontoteo. Aberdeen and Ceramhas
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leavM Msmaois
DAILT (except Saadays) at 2: 46 p. jr.. far JaaeStasrwith
the Mississippi Ctntral and Tennessee Central Raafead.,
SomervUIe and intermediate Staiioas.
Bagga;e checked ta all Htff tPf ff'-snml r-1
mfBsistagt wW be reclvecbMls5aTguyiiMIRik -fr
Each passenger will be allow td seveBty-ava poaads of
baggage by RaHread, aad sixty poaads by Stage ; bstt no
article will be carried as baggage that Is'aat tBCHent. to
the person of the passenger. In case of Iom the Osm
paay will held themselves responsible for aa amount net
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 thepoint to whkh tbsr are to go. aad spetifytag
that they are to travel by railroad, or they wHl not bo
carried. No ticket win be sold them, aer win they be re
ceived en the cars, unless their owner or agast b preseet
or known to the Ikket Agent and CendacUr, or other
person to vouch for genuineness ef permit.
B. AT ES,
Saperintenc'ent of Transportation,
sepal Memphis, Tenn.
For Baltimore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, &c
Direct Through. Line for the East!
Baltimore and Ohio
THIS 'load runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (379
miles,! and to Washington. (400 miles,) and pre sents
the fullest advantages both as a freight aad passenger
line. It runs through wild and romantic regions of the
AHege"les ; and being solidly constructed. Completely
equipped and carefully managed. Is one ef tbe most at
tractive nnd safest Railroads In tha United States. Tha
Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and Zanesvtlle to
Wheeling; unites this road with aa portions of the West
Thk onlv Through tickets rnosr Memphis.
Locitviixr and St. Louis to the National. Hi.
troimlis, are sold by this road, which runs direct to
Washington without ice oetay 01 passing through Balti
more. It is also the only line by which baggage can be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
JT-Br lie mail route from Memphis, take the raaU
steamers, ranniag dally for Louisville, connect leg there
with mall steamers or JefiVrsonville Railroad far Cineia
nail, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars of
Llttia Miami Railroad for Columbus, connect i there
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark and Zanes
vtlle, to Wheeling. By the express train of this route.
the tune from uincinnau to i lumore ana to Washington
Is less than 27 hoars.
rTBe sura to ask far tickets by ute Baltimore and Ohio
r3-Passenge 1 from Memphis going East through St
Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Bait too re'and Ohio
Railroad. This route lays thro ash VJncennesTerraHaute,
lndlanapoBs, etc, tn Wheelmg, ever, the new-Ohio and
Mississippi and connnecting Roads. TheseVunnectlens
arc aH direct, and tha tlmafrom St. Louis to BaMlmore
or Washington Is but about 43 hears. Through Tickets
by this route may be had of the Agrat, under the Plan
ter's Hons., at, the following raws: .mm, st, Louu - to
Baltimore $2Sf to Washington $26".
At Wheeling the passenger tn-s.tte saperto t cars of
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times
dally for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New
Tork. Throagh In 16 oral 7 hours, including stoppages.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of the country, and
general comfort, this-road is second to none in tha Union.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses the largest
equipment ot any Railroad la the United States, and is
prepared to do an immense business la transportation.
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and
in the streets ot Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel
phia and New Tork, steamers f Ericsson and Balti
korx: Steam SHir- Lines, by Canal and 3ea to New
Tork, and by new Merchants' and Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to aercs-i:, coanejwjo, oavannan, sc. "cr
particulars', see freight tariff, copies of which may be had
of the Forwarding Houses In the-West, or of J. B. FORD,
Receiving and Forwarding Agent at Wheeling.
WM. S. WOODSIDB,
Master ot Transportation, Baltimore.
THROUGH TICKETS, slowing the holders to step at
any point, and resume their seats at pleasure, may ha
parch-ied at the Company's Office. No. 15, Jeffersen
street, 2 doors Raatct the Commercial Hotel, Memphis.
J-n5.1r WM MORIN. Agent.
mnE undersigned have epentd a Carriage Factory ca
. Second street, between Washington aad Adams
streets, wfcere they are prepared to Manufacture and Re
pair Carriages at the shortest notice. All work dona by
them will bo guarantied, and a ah ra of public patrons go
jaaS-lr L. 3. BURR Sc CO.
1. M. TOVELL & CO,
THIS extensive establishment continues
at the old stand oa Cnto r, bets tea
Main and Secord, where maybe found a
verrflrie assortment of Carriages, Bug
gies Racks ways. itc. ot their own manufactnre. They
take this method of returning thanks for past favors,
and Invite those washing to buy to examine their ttock
before purchasing elsewhere. apt! ty
J & A. WOODRUFF,
2Ios. 3 &: 4 Exchange B nndings,
CONSTANTLY on hand a large assort
ment of CARRIAGES, frem the best
ctanufactorlei, ta tha United States.
Carriages built to order aLd work fully
guarantied. All kiniU-ot Repairing done with n;atne.
aad dispatch by
,PJ0 6m J. - A WOODRUFF.
Choice Irish Petataes
1 -0 3ACK3 "r 10 T
B. ME R ILL,
No. & Xanrca Mtaot.
I Acidimy in JTsccHTmnarcrrftrtfimy tystxty feet;
two stories nigh insociier 10 mm n ail na-eriais.
Toe pattlcuiars. number ef rocms, c , apply to A.
MftnTi tm viwo. nf iom. at m reat.u.iua.