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MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY MORNING, JlAY 23, lSgS.
VOLUME IX. NUMBER 5t.
BY M'CLANAHAN, TROUSDALE & DILL.
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JsTO. B. M-LANAH AN, LEONIDAS TROUSDALE,
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H'CLAKAIIAX, TROUSDALE & DILL,
Tp wkoh all Lzrrru os Bctinrss, ob o txeb-
VISE, E0-D BE A-KU--
PRICK OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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Cf" The Weekly paper wtS tarnished Is Ci ce of T-o
and upwards at t- H ee it payable ln-rt shy tl ai
t ce.. im every ura to ne suae rp at one cm.
j. As eld aubac ber an a T one w I be ttkm to
KJ- la no cswwiU lis pa per he sect to saw subta-)-.-)
era sales s the orde rf or tha seme l aU ended wtUie;l
All THr s fctertt-jtian wl ,- .I . .
payeo- ceii-yeariy in.eavAe -
-rretnixtST -ffl to strictly an rigidly
DAILX BATES FOB. ADTEIlTlSISa.
Adopted by tkt ifjuat txd ZaU tm EneylreT,
For aoe ecuaraot ten Unci or leu, one lraert loa...$l ()
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twice a week. SO 00
XT AH adTertlMueata required to to kept on aeco&fl
Me, CBABaCD as rev acb oat. an on ttdrd aea
aa aaranre orer itaiea rate' .
t3" AfiTTTtleeornU dlrectel to to tJiipIjl,'.or act In
n Tear It atfrertlMrt 1 1 to ckarre4 extra (or occn
PJlnt apace orer contract, as4 wnen iabse ttte la re
tslreS to to seed, ar tb adrertiaeeeat kept oa 1st Me of
Cy Taarty adTerttsm wffl to ckaed extra at regxlar
atea (or Vaata, Bmti, KeBerals, CspartBfrabtp X-
tcea, Ta Oonacaoa, &c.
3" TXAXinirr ActextiI58 sjriT ss rAiorex
tj" No aayertleeaent wBl appear In tae Weekly paper
(aieta br epeda contract.
AGrertlMsnrnts to to lfiaerte4 In the Weekly paper
217, or at lrregoiar lEtRTaia in ener or tae papen, wu
to chveed at rr aaaare (ar ererr tnaertlqii.
An&onndnc candittatea ror State, Oataty and Ifs
BMpal OSot, (-5 eaca, to to paM In airance Is CTery
tT" All adTertlaeaeata for CfcarKafeie ImUtaUoiY,
Ftrs Oeapanlea, Warl, Torn, and ether mettc JfTUcff,
ww caaryeq naix pnea.
E9 Karrtuaa asd Deaths ar csMlahed as newa : bnt
OMsaartes, Tribute at Seapect and Puneral IaTttaUasa
I other ajrerUaefiieata.
tj AB Lecal and Transient AdrerUseiseats wlfl to
cairea ey the tnseruan.
tj" Xdltorlal Xetlcea In Local Calentn will to cbarxed
1 cents per ltaa.
Q Ko dedectloa or TarUUos wm to made (rem the
If 'CLAHAHAK. TROUEBAI.K fc DILI.
WIL.MA3I REXSEDT, Jr ,
ATTORST T AT LAW OSee orer Garvao Bak BaiM
, tog. llaigi street, MeeaphU, Teon. eytl-ly
1. xaex vilies.. ..w. I m'coxkico.
WALtja h. Jt'OOVNIOO. lawyers. Xeeaaftt. Tea
neasea. Case, Ka. 37 toatlt asae Csart Saaare.
c. x. TraeEi..s. e. rAKKinarx.... tbbseb.
Terger. Farriagtoii & Yerger,
ATrOEKETS AT LIW, MEMPHIS, IKXK.
irai. r. AiticK,
PRCNT1S3, BaU lar Ooaatr, StiseipL General Land
Arent (or Arkansas arl Mes'isserat
KcrEBEKCEa Got. II 3 Foete, Kespejs: Brooke
& Sot 4ra, Vtcttbirc. apll-atm
r. J. LOVEJO Y.. ....H. . BABf EB.
I.O TE JOY S. HARPER,
ATTOKJfrrs AT LAW, Chart atari, Wl-s wprc
.Mcetatb.;tel!4lifccantiet Ncrth S(isitlpBi;
TsJUbatrhie raaaa. Talotosa. OamH. Sasaawrr;
the Federal Oesrt at raclaUc, asd the Savresae Coflrt
at Jaaksas. P roast itMUoa wta to paid to the CaVec
tloa wt OtalctM placed la thetr hands
BErEREStES Watva, Grsrt fc Btan, Hafly
Bprlncs, Xtaa.; W. F. Straras Oxtjrd. Jfiss ; K ft
Fisher. Jaekaoa.Klsa.i WaU, KaMa & VsMey. X Or
leans, La a63&i
cuaiu SCOTT.. ........... .......... X T. OIXOR.
SCOTT k DIXOIT
ATTOXVKr.S AT L IT AND SOLICITOR f tX OHAX
. CK&T, K'spfila. Tesn., will pranlce their pnXes
loa to an the Gaunt heM in the etty of Memphis, and tha
Bepreme and Federal Oeurta at Jaekn. Prompt atten
tion sa to tleen ta all elats (ar collection eatrssted to
them oace In Xew Btok BelMlsr. oarnerot Kaln and
Khdlson streets, over Blrer bank. ntran-e oa Haditon
THEODORE C COXE,
ATTORXET AT LAW, Memphis Tenn O-Sca on
. Xaia street la Sreealsw's Batldlnx, bttweea Union
and Gsyo streets nastily
ATTORXET AT 1AW, and General CaUectar far
. West Teanetsee oace on JeSVraoa street. Past
Omce BasHlrs;. sep
J. I. fiHAnERGEK,
ATTORXBT AT law, PraaUts, MtssisaippL Prompt
. atteatiea will to etna to the Ca3ecUoa of Claims,
"For attending Diseases of the
EYE AND LUNGS!
ABB (rem 9 to 11 A. K and 3 to r. K.
The balance of his time win to derated
X. B Persons wtthtec Dr. Crelxbton's
sorrices nut ceesnM thH arraaremest. (eMS-t(
WIIXtAU C. rOSTOV FHIEXAS T SCBCOOS.
POSTOX & SCRUGGS,
attorneys ,t Xacvw,
OFFZCK Xa. 3 Cocrt fqcare, Sottth Side.
-I3T1LL Eire their Join' atteatian ta prifettlafial bnsl
V V ness la the arreral CVmfls of the ctty of Memphis,
the saerenth Jnlietal Otrcnlt cf Tenreaaea and of Xofth
Mississippi. -.Wt am
DR IT. E. ROGERS.
OFFERS his pn'essiaaal aertiees ta the citiieni of
Memphis. Oace, Smih aide of Coart Sqnare. Rra
UenoeatA.O HaTrll JarlS-m
B. a, r a Tit c. n. us 1 u ark.
PAYUE & IT IT THANK,
ATTORXETS AT LAW.
OFFICE Xo. ("VSOtirH SIDE OF COURT SQUARE,
DB. T. F. FEiTOX.
OpriOE on the corner of Jefferson ad Seared streets,
laTarnatVe BHto(E iaa33-ly
ATTORKET AT IJIW, Memphis, Tenn. Ea'erenoea :
Maasrs. Ward h. Jones, PhtBips It White, Lamb,
Toaai B. Oo. McOlanahaa, Trousdale h Din, Mfiloa &
Mnun. MHes Owen. K B M. ATery, Esq.. Memphis.
Oace, ap stairs, at the comer of Main and Madison
streets, Hexl oocr to tae usyoso oa twkb ihiubuh.
-pvn j. v SLEDGE hat rttamed (rem Xew Tork,
U after aa aeaceo( sine months, aad has effected
n. uurt ceres In that etr Ha has taken an
offloe at X. 37 Kaaroa street, between Mam and Second
atreets'aalwtfl resiBK the practice of Medicine, where
ha has far sale hie oiebrsted Coaponnis. AH caHs at-
tanle ti, day or Blfht. As he intends locatlnc pema
ncaUy la Meatphls, aal tram the great aoccesa ha has
had in the treatment ( the Tarlons dl:eases. bo thinks
toahonMbATealltoralpalrs&ax(rom the cttlrens of
seo. urzor.. ........-.... . ....oeo. ztelh.
I.ITOV fs. HELM.
a TTORXETa AT LAV. Meaohis.Tannessee. Oace,
A S-ath sHe of Co art Soaare, I doors East of the
EDWARD PICKETT, Jr.,
ATT0BXET AT LAW, Memphis, Tesn. OCoe, Jeffer
. son street, midway the Pott Oaoe BnBdlns;.
JS'O. D. TROTTER,
a TMMrir AT LAW. Aastia. Tnaica connty. Miss
J wlB. attend to the paymeet of taxes, redemption at
land, either (orf efted or eoi (or taxes, aad wiH promptly
attend to the easmlnatleo of laad titles In the counties
t Tunics Ceahama. Bojirar and WashlaEton.
DR. TIIOS. TATE,
".FFERS'his srslees to taltttieaso( Meassls and
Oaoe oa eerier cf Seessd and Wittier
ISAAC M. STEELE. -E. T. K0B.OA1I..WX. O. STEELE
Coelaxtoo. Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Teen.
STEELE, MORGAX & STEELE,
a ttorvets AXD COUNSELORS AT LAW, Mem
A phis. Tenn .will practice ta tha Cecrta of WestTeo
n"eaiee. Offlee ai Main- St.. In Walker's Block. Xo.,Sd
floor Special aitenttoa paia to too ustmn 01 wjiu..
vrtv law PARTNERSHIP.
it tntr and Smith P. Bsnkhead, haslns
W (oimd' a partnership. wW hereafter practice law
tacettor tn tha dty ot Memphla WTI''
r - i. ivr.i.cH.
s -rriRNET AT LAW. Jackscn. Tenn AB easiness
A atrasted to tit care promptly attended to.
DR. JOHXSOX'S I5TFIRMARY,
res. diseases or THE
EYE AND EAR
EELF-SOPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS,
ARTIFICIAL EYES, ETC.;
wTTirnirn is JEFFERSON STREET,
Two Doors Easfbf Cniaiercial Hotel,
-Ttly - ,0HK?fLW..-
pi.nrTi.VOY fs. FARKELLY
wnvrn at T.sr MemBhis.Trnaea.ae. Oace,
JX Second street, Bljle Bn3, Xortaeast eorner of
rrIIB partaershlp tn the pt actios ot the Law, hereto for.
1 . . .. . - n.w... Tr1v.)t A VaStntlne.
. ' , , o, '
la this cay oisaoiTs, . j .,
ar. r txeaDWEIX. n. T0I STIBX.
TREAD WELL YOLLINTISE,
. mitm at LAW.Memnhls. Tens. 0 ce, Xo,
. 16 Jefferson atreet, ap atairs, aaoond doorXut of
nivKam. " '
iv. A. KUE. VSm, SI. D..
TTOMffiOPATHIO PHTSICIAN AXD 8UME0X,
l-i .L. ,-a 1 the dtlorn. of Memphis and its Tl-
cjaliy. that to has localed hlmseU at thaaoatheast
' . m atreela.
0Wrh il aNe. la "
t 1 1 DMl, a D wvca sV-t- - .r.
Ti V: T-ei- ir,ki-s Got. BrewflL, ef tflftts
tt LI tie, of rnua eipaia, a i .
Vf 31. FBIEi
Studio Third Floor,
OYER F. H. .LARK & CO.'S,
,L4f JCSXFIIIB, TiSK,
" AS AIT AIE OF H0S0E."
For tka Xravphla Appeal .7
' Ah I what is it? That tame generMs barn!
bad been extended to raise a fallen brother ?
That some frail, erring child of earth, beea led
back, by kind words of warning and advice, to
virtue's paths? Has same little orphaned snf-
ferrr found a lovieg shelter from the pttilns
beatings of the storm t Has the desolate heart
of (he widow been cheered by words of bope
and sympathy ? Has the cheerless home of
porerty, where starvation was atriclBgdefiaat
ly across the threshhold, been visited by as
angel of benevolence? Has setae wrsaged,
outraged heart brushed the spirit which was
clamoring for revenge, and breathed for its aii
emy, not the withering curse, but a sopftiiea-
tionfor Heaven's mercy? Has tome son of
nius turned from the laurel nreatfa ef fame,
which awaited bis brew in the Senate Chamber
or on the essinguinrd field ef strife, and with
quIveriBs lips, bat an unfaltering heart, sev
ered all the eadearisg ties which bound him to
his birth land, and with a band served by faith
ajid love, planted his Saviour's cress asaorg
the ssows aad ieebergs of tb frezn North, er
oa the deserts' aad burning sand of the South ?
No. Of'riOAe of these is that " atTaJAof
honor," which is filliag the papers, whljSlis
oa every tongue, and which is telegraphed
through the length aod breadth of the land.
No. This it is: Two men, ciUrens of the
&qb!est1tfm st enlightened, most Heavec-fa-
vored land orfthe face of the globe, have met,
EDd coolly, deliberately and systematically ies
brae4 their bands ia each other's buo4
American journals je watchmen and senti
nels, whose duty it Is to deBOuoee crime, if ye
will prove r errant o tm-at duty, if ye will chron
icle tbia thing without ese werd ef censure, let
m beeeach yen at least, set to -.miscall it
Call Lot that "an affair ef henor," which
shrouds a happy fireside in m Burning and glocaj
which deprives a sister ot a" protector ; wfaith
causes the wail ef anguish to go up frem the
heart of a bereaved mother; which turns inno
cent eblMheod, erpased BpSn a ceM orM;
which bows a fa ir be art over a widowed, brt ken
heart. Call net that honor, which sends an
impenitent man, with murder in his heart Joto
the preeence ef the ely Ged. Call cot that an
affair ef honor. In which man with impioes
boldness, rushes with blood-dyed banir, uou-
moned, to the bar ef that Judge, who bath safd,
"Thoo tbalt BOt kill." Call K tsbeor, call it
cold-blooded cruelty, call it murder, but for
Aoaer! sake, call it rot honor.
And thou, ob, man I wboeystematicall7takeet
that which God alone can give thy brother's
life the cBstems ef society may excess thee
with thy fellow mortals ; their plaudits may-
sing in thy ear; they may pronounce it "an
affair of honor," bat remember, Oh! remember,
that there is Ose above who jetdgeth not as man
judreth," Oaewbo is pledged to avenge the
widew and the efpban. Seal it on thy heart,
that Ht is the final Judge, frem whose decisions
there is so appeal, ubo is to prosc-nce thy
eternal doom. Kate Sax ant.
ClistoS, East FeHctsra, La
THE BAILB0AD QTJSTI0.
To the Eiltort of lilt Htmphtt Jppetl:
I tt in your issue of the -let., a cemauai-
catioti written by Siaa, ia which he strives to
ce me in a false posit km before the pBHc,
and hpes thereby to beeait his side ef tfee
He says "the ball was pst in metloa" by
Alderman Martin's speech io f aver ef tie Aft- I
rify Repert, and hit argumntt were cocl-
sive at to 14; mtral ani legal right of the peo
ple over this questie-, as arjomrat cesid be;
and that during the debate an admission was
elicited froea Alderman Street, that the resolu
tion ef Alderman SbaBks, which was passed
oa the 26th of April, ISM, and which was
prior to, aad made a part condition of, the sub
scription of $500,000 to the Memphis and
Charleston Railroad, was binding oa the Beard;
and that if there was ar.ylbrrg in the resotu
ties tu prevent as extension ef the road to the
river, then the Ceuscil weetd be bound to refer
the question to the people.
The above gives, substantially, the facts ;
bat I differ with gentlemen in regard to the
true meaning arid spirit of the Shanks' resolu
tion. The object in view was clearly, 1st, to
subserve the public geed by having the depot
placed central to the city, and also to prrrest
the roid from running to the Mississippi river
4y tray of the eld reoi bed at Fort Pickering:
and, as evidence of the fact, Waldran offered a
resolution on the 9th of -lay, fourteen days
after Shanks' resolution was passed, and after
the election before the people, that clearly
shows the fact; because language is used that
indicates the object beyond a doubt 1 In nei
ther resolution do they say a tra'k tkall r.of run
to the river, or near it, tkrongk Ike city; but in
both strong grounds are taken to prevent the
Company frem running lateral branches con
necting with the river, aooce or heUio the city.
The object in view is clear if the Company
coLnected with the river out ef the corpora
tion, of course business in the city would be
fleeted -injuriously. I believe that by leaving
the depot where it is (wbicb Mr. Tate says
will be dose) to accommodate Use travelmg
public, and to enable all persons who desire to
do eo to receive their freight there, that then
the tree spirit ot Shanks' resolution is carried
out. Hence, it was, I was free to admit that
if Shanks' resolution was violated, it being
made a part of the question voted oa and vir
tually passed by the people, that the Board of
Aldermen could not change it, and should Bot
Believing as I do, as stated, that tbe spirit
of Shanks' resolution will not be violated by
the passage of tbe resolutions offered by tbe ma
jority ot the Committee, I concurred with them
in tkt main. The words "ttrminalet," ar
"the depot it located tail xf the Bayou," is
brought up. Suppose the word nstd is tbe
resolution had been, (leaving out "t emtnatei")
and the depot is Uealid tail ef tkt Bayen ;
would it not have retained the depot at its pres
ent location, without being changed by a vote
of the people, as effectually? and would any
portion of the citizess be subject to inconven
ience by running a track to the Navy Yard or
landing for the purpose ot giving cheap transit
to-through freight, or to accommodate any of
our citizens who might prefer that point to re
ceive their freight at, instead of the depot,
with all the privileges and .benefits that all
have at the depot left untouched? I think it
is clear, therefore, that the Board have the
right to pass the resolutles,and that it will be
no violation of contract, or the resolution of
Shanks. No citizen's rights are violated
they can do as at present, without injury or in
convenience, which is all the resolution of
If some of the eppoaers are sincere when
they say they would not have tbe road ran to
the river through the r outturn portion of the
city, why should they object to the no-lAfrn
portion of the city, allowing It (the Railroad)
to run to a point near the river wbere it floea
sot (as shewn above) detract from tbem any
benefit they now derive at the depot or from
the Railroad, and instead thereof, will inel
deatly greatly benefit them, in my opinion, and
especially as there is not one dollar of mosey
asked from any portion ot the citizens to carrr
There is one other point I wish to notice in
Nino's communication. He says "when
was asked for a reason why I would not leave
it to a vote of tbe people, I took tbe high and
beM erouad that the people had no right io be
heard on the enettion."
I explained my position clearly; it was tbat
the people bad no right to demand a vote on
the question, because tbe compact made by
them and the railroad was sol violated. As 1
understand the form of our government, it is
tbat all people instruct their representatives
bv fundamental laws uch as constitutions.
charters, &c Ia there anything In our charter
which gives the people the right fo oVmaud a
vote on all resolutions that are pasted by the
Board, in accordance with the provisions of the
charter? I think not. Tbat being ue case,
I am correct in tWe position taken but, as 1
stated, the people could tiuirsrt their represen
tatives, by petition or otherwue, ana it wouiu
be leeitimate and proper. I also stated tnat.
so far as I was concerned, I bad 110 objection
to giving the people an opportunity to vote on
the question, but that I did cot believn they
had tbe right to demand it. The same object
can be attained as is usual in such eases, in
struct by petition. No representative in the
Legislature or Congress, on new and important
questions that come up, is expected to get tbe
sentiment of his constituents by a vote. They
dp, however iometlmes, ascertain by- public
meetlnes. or bv petition. These being tb
fajfi, no man ought to complain of my views
unless be Is dissatisfied witb our rorm or gov
eminent- In that case, let htm better it.
In conclusion, I will say, that all who will
revert to the fact that trade Is coming here
from Arkansas, and on the Mississippi river
200 miles below Memphis, tbe natural outlet
for which is the broad river that rons directly
to New Orleans, need have no fears about hold
log the trade, It we can get It here; and one
ot tbe strong reasons, I am informed, ot al
lowiBg the road to approximate .nearer tbe
river, is, the same that has induced the build'
log of roads by the city. We want to make it
cheap for ritrsone who could not haul here, to
come here by railroad, diverting tbem from tb
natural channel of trade. Lessen the expense
of gettirg produce here, or taking goods out
and yon induce new trade you give the bal
anee of trade In favor ot Memphis. '
Would New York ever have bad the trad
from tbe North-western States but for tbe
Erie Canal and Railroad? Never. Tbe nat
ural channel was down the Mississippi river.
What has she done but diverted tbe trade di
rectly from its natnral channel, and thereby
made her the great American city? The man
at Buffalo, after the Erie canal was built
could send his produce to any port In tbe worlu
without leaving any money at New York. VIA
they do so? I think not Memphis, to all tbe
eematry around her, is just what New York is
to tbe country opened up to her by the canal,
Suppose fifty thousand bales of cotton will
come here from Alabama, near or beyond the
Tennessee river. At present charges it would
leave in Memphis $12,500. This amount of
money cannot build up a city, and by charging
this small amount we may drive tbe planters
dowh'the Tennessee witb their produce, there
by losing the S 12,500; and not only so, but
losing all chance to Identify tbem with onr
trade, besides crippling a road that the city
own one-fourth interest in. LeUgentlemen
who oppose the road coming In ask why plant'
era living close to Memphis, lo not ship their
cotton to New Orleans now, as they did sever
al years ago, before the Railroad was com
pleted, and when they could deliver it on tbe
landing from their wagons without any dray
age. All who have been here know the reason.
Is it not their interest? A market at home,
and all the facilities for getting their supplies,
has caused tbe change. Tbe same reasons
will operate witb our NbrTh Alabama friends.
A liberal policy and time will certainly throw
the largest portion of this trade to Memphis.
But if you force tbein by unnecessary charges
to continue to send their produce down tbe
natural channel, all will be lost to us. I hope
as a citizen of Memphis and vicinity for seven
teen years, without appearing before the public,
will be received aa a good apology for troub
ting them now, and itt this time'only for the
purpose ot defending my position against the
perversions of Aino. A. STREET.
The Jackson Fair. The fiisinplan pub
lishes a premium list for tbe Fair which is to
beheUatJacksoBOulhe 9i, 10th, 11th and
ltth days ot November next. It Is tbe Second
Reaffointeo. Dbcbt Btndm, Esq., has
beea reappointed Register of tbe Land Office,
at Augusta, Mississippi.
Bolivar County. C J. Fields, Isaac Hud
son and G L. Gaydm, have been elected Levee
ConmisslMiers ia this county, and tbe levee
tax &xed at ten cents.
AsaicuLT ural ASSOCIATION. A number cf
the most substantial citizens of the county
met on Monday last, and proceeded to organize
a County Agricultural Association. Rev. W.
A. Gray was elected President: Co I. J. H. Ber
ry, Viee President; C. A. Breugher, Esq , Seo
retary, and J. H. Suggs, Treasurer. A consti
tution and by-laws were adopted, &c. Horn
the spirit manifested throughout the county in
be half of tbe enterprise, tbe character f three
interested and the acknowledged utility of the
lesina, we look to tbe future tor the best re
sults to grew out of the organization. Ripley
Religiods Revival. Tbe revival at this
place is about at a close. It has been a very
successful one the number ef converts falling
Bet far short of fifty. Oxford Mercury.
Tbe same paper has tbe following para
graphs: The Cxors. The prospect for making a
good crop ef Cotton this year is very flattering
is this county. We have conversed with sev
eral planters during tbe week, and they all
seem to ha e tbe brigbeat anticipations. One
of them told us be bad tbe finest stand of Cot
ton he had bad for many years. Tbe weatber
has ben very favorable tor the growing crops
during the past two weeks.
Tbe cotton trade for this season at this
point has nearly closed. Now and then a stray
scattering bale makes its appearance upon the
street, but it is setdom that we behold such a !
sight The cotton wagons have disappeared,
and an air of stillness and dull monotony
broods over the town. Quite a large number
of bales have been brougnt here, and we pre
dict tbat a much larger ntmber will be dis
posed ot daring the next season. The people
whi aeon bed out uiac it win De 10 tneir ad
vantage to sell their cctton at Oxford.
Two Necboes Killed bt an Overseer.
On last Thursday a Mr. Gale, an overseer on
Col. Coke's plantation, in Washington county,
strangled two negroes to death with a trace
chain. The perpetrator of this horrid outrage
is in tbe jail at Greenville, awaiting bis trial,
which will take place at an early day. We
forbear further comments, as the case ha a not
yet undergone a legal Investigation. Vickt
Til- Chops. Persons coming from different
parts ef tbe State inform us that the corn crops
look fine everywhere the prospect for com
was net er better. The cotton is reported as
looking well for the season the frost having
injured it but very little. Tbe fruit crop is
good, with tbe exception of pears he crop
of which will be light. Kidtslnrj Ifhig.
80-THE3N PACIFIC BAILSOiD.
The stockholders in the Southern Pacific
Railroad assembled at noon yesterday, pursu
eat to adjournment
in me aneence ci jtir. xerEcr, -01. ruurr
was, at a quarter to 1 o'clock, called to tbe
chair, and be expressed me nope mat toe meet
ine would come to some satisfactory result
The followine report was tben presented
frem the committee of three appointed at the
previous meeting :
The committee appointed at tbe last meeting
tioder the resolution " that a committee of
three be appointed, and tbat they be authorized
to enter into a conditional arrangement with
tbe creditors named in tbe deed of trust under
which tbe road is about to be sold, by which,
after the sale, if it take place, the inters sts of
the bona fide stoeKnoiders or tne present com'
nanv raav be preserved on condition of an ad
dltional cro rata subscription In tbe stock ot a
new company to be organized alter said Bale,"
beg leave to report :
Tbat a number ef tb New Orleans stock
holders had already moved in tbe matter, and
are now matins endeavors to meet the require
aents of tte creditors, an-t to aeeompilsn tne
very object projiosed by tbe foregoing resolu
tion ; and tbat If these endeavors receive the
co-operation of other ot the bona fide stock'
holders, ttblch co-operation is particularly In'
vited, they, In the opinion of tbe committee,
will be successful.
Tbe committee-be ieve that, under existing:
circumstances, no further action can b taken
in tbe premises by them, which would advance
the Interests ot the stockholders better than
the means now in progress bv a previous com
mittee appointed for this purpose. These
means tbe committee believe will be made
known in due lime. The committee referred to
above is composed of George W. inckard, 1.
K. Price, and M. Pilcber.
They therefore ask to be discharged.
RerpecUaUy anbsitled by
J BLODGET ER1TT0N,
R. A. UPTOX.
Vr nnLcili. May 18, ISiJ.
The report was adopted without discussion,
and after a few words from one of the sto.k
belders, the meeting, on bis motion, adjourned
lint die. a. U. ruaynne, isfi.
The Dttrolt Free Prett thus synopsiaes the
transactions of me anniversaries in flew
T.. Krw York, ou Sundav. the anniversary of
the Female Guardian Society and Home of the
Friendless, took place at the Collegiate Re
formed Dutch Church In Twenty-ninth street,
h. n nr. Cuvler preacning iue annual ser
mon: hie text wss from the epistle of James,
chapter 2, verse 20 all wimout works
Is dead also." The receipts of the society for
the last year are $5,125 overits aisoursemems,
n,. .nn,her of life members received are 302 :
the whole number of children in the Institution
is 470, while 1,409 persons have been supplied
with food and doming.
T-ai snrinil rTnn n of the American Home
Missionary Society waspresehed in the Church
.s th Puritans. Union Square, by the Rev. J.
B. Shaw, of Rochester. The text occurs in
tv,. s.th ehanterof Mark. 19;h verse "Go
home to thy friends and tell them how great
the Lord hath done for thee."
- - . l . n - it,, -ar-.
Tbe annual sermon in u-uau ui
York Bible Society was delivered in the Rev.
Dr. Tile's Church, by the Rev. Henry Axtbon,
D. D. The text was the7th verse ot the 19.h
Psalm" The law of the Lord is perfect" ,
Tbe Rev. J. M. McDonald, of Princeton,
preached the annual sermon before tbe Ameri
can and Foreign Christian Uoion,atthe Re
formed Dutch Cburcb, Lafavette place. His
text was from Paul's Epistle to the Romans,
chapter 1, verses 15 and 16-" So, as much as
In me U. I am ready to preach the Gospel to
vou that are In Rome also. For I am not
ashamed of the Gospel of Christ; forltlsths
power of God unto salvation to every one
that believeth ; to the Jew first, and also to toe
Professor W. G Shedd, of Andoyer, deliver
ed the arjniyert tfj address before the fiwlety
of Religious Inquiry of tbe Union Tbeolosleal
Seminary, at Dr. Adams' church, on Msdison
square. His subject was "Tbe relations ef
the preacher and tbe hearer tbe tone witb
which tbe one should preach, and the temper
in wn 1 cd me outer snouid iisten 10 religious
At tb anniversary of tha Magdalene Society,
held in New York last week, statistic were
produced showing a frightful Increase ef pros
titution in mat city. It would appear 'im
there are, within three miles of the City Hall,
no fewer than four hundred houses of ill-fame.
containing at least four thousand abandoned
females. Including street-walkers, tbe police
returns show that the whole number ot profes
sedly dissolute women In tbe city cannot be
snort, or twenty-nve mousand 1
The American Sunday School Union held
Its thlrtvfourth anniversary at Philadelphia on
Tuesday of last week. The sales for the year
have amounted to $1.3.701 77. The receipts
of the Society, in the purely benevolent depart
ment of its operations, have been $65,075 15
a falling offirom the nrevions vearof $12,377
26. Tbe schools organized during the vear
were 124 : children garnered into mem oi.iot;
teachers engaged 9 691; schools visited and en
couraged 1,381 ; books circulated (in value)
1. co j, m : nooks given away tin vaiuei o,
WOMBS AND AGBICULTUBE.
ill TiHomiA riCH.
"You don't see the sense of tAaf f" Per
haps you think I ought to have said " women
per agriculture." Well, but I choose to
have T my own way, for this once, and so let it
stand as It is, tbe two words connected con
junctively and In perfect harmony witb each
otoer, as 1 en an endeavor to snow you mat me
subjects are capabla of being also, and before I
have " said my say," I trust that you will be
able to "see tbe sense" 01 It You may Dave
It " ladiet versus agriculture," if you will, but
I am talking about that nobler, purer, stronger
and more perfect type ol feminity woman.
A young and beautiful Aormern mend lately
mentioned to me as a somewhat singular ca
price, tbat she had " subscribed for an agricul
tural journal, devoted entirely to Southern In-
terestsjf To me it was not a matter of sur
prise jlfmerely looked upon ltaa another proof
ot my friend's intelligence, sound -sense and
eminently practical mind. There are thous
ands upon thousands of Southern women who
take from one to alx journals devoted entirely
to Northern Interests why, then, should not
oar fair Northern slaters ' reciprocate, to a de
gree, at least And as to women devoting a
portion of their time to the "agricultural and
family paper," I cannot believe that the mo
ments so spent will ever be regarded as lost
Take the case of my young friend, for In
stance, whose " lines" of life have fallen In
pleasant places," wbo Is an only daugater.
beautifu,veathy and finely edacated,and who,
it wouiuiseem. is. u any one can oe, relieved
of all nensir y of further" improvement" But
am deceived in my present es loaie or ber
cbaracter if sbe does not find information, in
struction and amusement In the journal which
she mentioned to me, and that improvement
wbicb mutt necessanlv wait, udoq mem. the
knows not aa vet whitheHher atar of deitinv
mav lead her she may one clay be called upon
to manage a large household, or to preside over
an extensive domaii sDe mar, even, fas mar
riage seems a fatality attending young, beauti
ful and gifted girls,) take It into her pretty head
to enter as " lady of the manor" the " home
stead" of some gallant young Southron, thus
devoting her sweet Belt " entirely to Southern
Interests," a " planter's Northern biidel "
vvno knows 7
I believe that woman " has n call," to be an
griealturist In Its pursuit there is scope for
the development of the noblest faculties of her
mind, the purest impulses of her soul, and tbe
best qualities of her heart In it sbe may ac
quire health of body, grace ot manner, and
freedom or mougnt. it appears equally to ber
taste for the practical, and her love of tbe
autiful. In it she can be a philanthropist, a
philosopher, and a poet in it sbe is taught
both love to humanity and love to God.
Vou may never Dave BOttceit K, and yet 1
tbink that all will allow it to be true, tbat
taken on an average, those women who have
ntered udoo agricultural pursuits Dave more
beautiful and well-arranged farms and home
steads, according to tDeir means, man me omer
sex. This springs from woman7 innate love
of beauty, convenience, and order, hence we
see the ornamented lawn, the neat garden, the
shady summer-house the poultry yard, dairy,
offices, c., with wbicb, as she can command
the means, she loves to eurround herself. In
eed. I believe tbat all women have an intense
desire towards this beauty and order their
great trouble geaeral y is that they find so much
(faculty In urging upon me " guue man " me
ecessttr of brushing up the place Men,
naturally, do not appreciate so keenly this
beauty and ordtr. and me reverse does not so
deeply offend their tastes if it did, we would
see fewer old tumble-down houses, fields fall ot
dead standing timber, half made fenees, bald,
bleak, and nrown door-virus, ana piggen'es di
rectly in front of tbe dwelling.
Woman nas royal precedent, tic precedent
be necessary,) for her lave ot agriculture.
The " good Josephine," herself tbe daughter
of a planter, devoted much time to planting,
and ornamentation of ground at Nevarre, and
Malmaison: and Victoria of England la said
to superintend personally tbe management of
her " model farm." Indeed, the dames of Ecg-
land generally make the " agricultural Inter
est" one of their own. An American gentle
man, Henry Coleman, who has visited Europe,
for tbe purpose of studying its agriculture,
speaks in glowing terms of tbe interest mati
fested by all classes ot women, from the state y
Liucbes! to tbe bumble cottager, in agricultu
ral and domestic avocations. He mentions
some " energetic women," who undertook tbe
entire superintendence of large estates, during
tbe absence of their husbands, aod others who
exhibited their fine, bl xxled stock at tbe " Cat
tle Fairs," and bore off the premiums as grace
ful I v. f peruana more so.) as thou'h tbey bad
belonged to me nardier sex. tit says " me
ladies" went about at the Fair Grounds, in
specting the implements, and tbe cattle, witb
catalogues in their hands, and showing the
remarkable points ot the animals with as
much skill and sagacity, as it tbey bad been
experienced "agriculturists." 1D greatest
painter ot cattle, horses, and farm animals,
now living, (or perhaps that ever has lived,)
is tbe beautiful and delicate looking i?oa Bon
htur, a French' woman. Tbe heroic Madame
Koiand assisted in me improvement or La
Platiere, and when La Fayette visited that in
comparable woman, "Mary, tne mother of
Wasbiogton," De lound Der " wltn a straw nat
on ber bead at work In ber garden."
But it is not necessary mat we would go
either to the past, or to foreign lands, for ex
amples of noble women uho have shown tbeir
love for such vocations and proved themselves
ible and successful agriculturists. Tbe "Prem
lum" p'.aBtatloo on De "coast of Louisiana
from whence is shipped tbe first and from
whence is always expected the finest speci
mens of Louisiana's "great staple," sugar, is a
broad domain, containing tDousands or ncn
acres all bought, paid for, managed and culti
vated by a woman me convenient mansion
house, beautiful groves and extensive gardens
were all planned, and are all superintended ty
the same woman M'me H. L. Vaughan. If
you ran your eye over tbe premiums awarded
at the Agricultural Fairs ot West Tennessee.
you will invariably find tbat the one individual
who receives the greater number of prizes is a
woman Mrs. Geo. 1 Holmes, woose name
is so widely known in connection with tbe
great Fairs of Central Kentucky, as that of
the honored and venerable Mis. uiay t
Tbe women of Tennessee are not tbe last in
the noble pursuits of agriculture, horticulture,
the me arts, and domestic manufactures, one
has but to glance over the reports ot our Stale
or County Fairs to be convinced. lDe dangn
ters and matrons of West Tennessee are ea
Deciallv noted for tbeir energv-tasU, and en
thusiasm io this regard. The names of Holme;
Bond, Pope, Royster, Rivers, and Le Master,
have all obtained a State, and some of them a
trans-atlantic reputation, while to us they are
"familiar as household words." This Impor
tant interest has recently met with a great loss
in tbe death of Mrs. Eliza Williamson, wife of
Gen. B. W. Williamson, of &omervilIe. fcbe
was a most lovely woman, active, energetic,
and practical, and her name, which was once
so prominent, and so welcome to our gaze,
amid the Fair reports, we shall hereafter look
for in vain.
But I am again trespasxiBg upon your pa
tience. Jus, allow me to say one word' to ths
" Ladies," (as tbe gentlemen say at tbe con
clusion or tnetr political speecnes;) and 1 win
Dave done. 1 only want to ten mem mat 1 oe
lleve an acquaintance with agriculture and do
mestic management combined. wjuM be or ad
vantage even to farm. If they would spend
more time in the garden, tbe carpet j'isr in front
of the mirror would not be worn out so soon
if tbey would nse the patent Extract of Hoe
Handle instead of Arsenic, tbeir beauty would
be enhanced, and "pink saucers" go djwn if
tbey would ride out over tbe farm every morn
ing wltn uenerai improvement as a cavalier,
tbey need suffer no apprehensions from the now
persistent attentions of General Debility!; if
tbey would pick vegetab'es for dinner tbey
might be persuaded that "encumbers" don'l
"grow in slices,"-and finally, if they would but
condescenl to preside for a day or two in me
dairy department, they might be able to deter
mine ror memseives " tcAifA wat ir.e tot? mat
gavt the butler miik.'"
The Hioh Water. Trie Vicltsbnrg IFAig
ot the 18th Inst, bat the following:
The river was still on a stand yesterday, bot
lata last evening it was u toagnt to be eitgntiy
swelling! whirl) is very probable, as it Las
been rlsing.at napoleon since IDursday night,
partly from a heavy rise out of tbe Arkansas.
A lew days since a small frame boose, situ
ated on White River, a few miles from Its
mouth, and occupied as a dry goods store, was
set adrift from the Heavy riae of water around
it, and floated out into the Mississippi, and
down that stream for a distance ot nearly sixty
miles wimout going to pieces. At lies oii
var It was hauled to land by Mr. Rouse, and
on examination its contents were fonnd to be
In most admirable order, the goods on the
shelves being In tbrir places, and the boxes,
fornlture, sx., arranged as me proprietor ten
them before the bouse started on its voyage ot
Tbe leves on tbe plantation of Benson
BlaVe. Eaa . of this eountr. on tbe Yazoo
river, has given way and inundated about, five
hundred acres or nts tine estate.
We learn from a -gentleman from Wasbin;
ton eountv. tbat several breaks have occurred
In tbe levee in American bend, and several of
tbe. plantations in tbe southern part ot ine
country are more or less, submerged. "
Tbe damage by tbe crevasse at Point Loolr
tout Jj sot so great as was sf fiift supposed,.
1. . shabte xarrs
J. B. SHARPE&'CO.,
Uo. 23 Tont BOW,
nntt.iiM ailed with tha Gennise Art Id. at
ri raannfsctnrer's prices. Oaa tanatad dlxvraat
brands constantly oa hand.
A. T. LATALLRTTE B. W. FATHB.
A. T. Lavallette & Co.,
Steamboat and Railroad Agents
AND GENERAL COMMISSION
Forwarding .Icr chants,
FREIGHT AGENTS FOIL THE
Menphls and Charleston Railroad,
Conu-r of Front Row and Court Streets.
riEBBE A BEBTR0LO.
Julius n. aMtnt.
ILTIIS C. BEHOUOr,
BERTHOLD, SMITH fir 00.,
HOUSEMAN k SMITH,
Wholesale Dealer sin
Foreign and Domestic Liquors, and
lit AXD ISS NORTH SECOND 3TS.Xf,
J.nia-Iy T. OTIIg.
. b wttxiA-soit .....war a. bbowh
5. B. WILLIAMSON & CO.,
AKD COjHUSSION ME'RCHIKTS,
XO. I FRONT ROW.
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign ana uomesuc Liqnors,
WINES, CIGARS, FRUITS. &C,
Ho. 298 Kain Street,
dr-S-U MEMPHIS. TEXH. -
SIGN ot tbe But Collar. 231
Main street, opposite Coart
Squire. Memphla. Tenn. Msn
afsciarers aad wbotea!e and
retail Ceaters la Saddlery and
Harness, and General Afn a
(er the sale Ola and Mm
FUnda of every description.
Keep constsntly on han-i, for
.ale low for ct lb or Dreamt car
a lance assortment ot Saddles, '-rcia9jVV
Carrlaf e. state, W.zn, Dray and Plow Harness, Blind
Bridles, Collars, Hamai, Whips, Sad Ha and Carpet Basa,
c . e. Sflll Trees, Sal ery and Harneaa Matertala,
Patent and Bnasieied Leather and Clto. Shirting Har
ness, Bridle. Upper, Bole, Ltclnc and Wbanf Leather,
Deer Skins, c .
Having a practical knowledrtof onr basiness, wa hope
to p ease. Work ade to order and warranted.
FORD, BE3BIB CO.,
marT daw Saecssors to . J. B. L Winn.
X. riTZSEAI '...CIIAI. C. BILL. J. WO0PW0RTK.
EC. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Sucecttnt to Park, Simfttn (r Co. J
Grocers. Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION FORWARDING MERCHANTS
No. 44 Front How, Memphis,
JAKSOTPOHT, AIXKJLNSAS. '
REMOVED TO 317 MAIN STREET,
Aftia iocrt South of tkt Old Stand, appotUe Mettrt.
Webo irBsalingt, an. FUkertf d- Mro.
THE sBbscrtber begs leaTO to annannca to his nttaer
ons friend and ctittomers thst in conseonenca of the
erection of boihlinta al his old stand, comer o( Mala aad
M tdbiaa t kreets. ba has removed bis DRUG STORE ta
317 Maln-St., Memphis, Tonn,
Where he will ba pleased to see his friends aad c ton
ers, and assures tbem aad aD In waat of anything tn tha
Dnt line, at wholesale or retail, that he Is eSertnx each
ladacrmea In tbe qaallty and price af his gsodi l aa caa
nat fail to give satisfaction.
An orders from Drcgguls, royieiaas, Merc&asts, pun
ters, aad others, will meet with prompt and carefat atten
Tendering my thanks to the dUxeoa of Memphis aad
tha smrocndinc conntry (or the very liberal patronage ex
tent- to me daring nine years past, I trast, by strict at
tention ta best sand the wants of my cu-tomers. to
merit a conU naanoa of their pa tracaza.
U. II. JOHNSON,
J lls-dawly Dmxai't and Apothecary. Menrrhte:
.A. a. loss.
JfoJmson tV JLong
HAVE this dsy (armed a partnership (or the purpose at
Wholesale and Retail Drug Business
At St7 Main street, Memphis, T tn ., fopPMtte Messrs.
Webb It Rawlinga, and Flaherty k. Bro.,) and would In
vite tbe attention at aB in waat of anything in their Una
ta the examination ot tka stock and prices.
Pre rtpi lens will receive part alar attention at a
hears of tha day andnlght.
tnnll-Iawlv A. O. LONG
ICG C RE -YfiwON,
BTWEEN MAIN AND 3NCOND.
T03EPnSPEGiiTbesesve to inform tbe
t) Ladles and GeaUemes i tbat he has opec-
Ico Oroam Ioox,
where be will be p".eaaed to see his old ensto mersaad tbe
ptWlc la general He refers to bis
hick Is miaifsrtured by himself In the only Pores lain
Fountain In tha city
X. B Al ways oo htad eTery variety of Cakes. Csn-
dles aad ether goods generaE y kept In a well assorted
J- Farll s, Weidlcn aad Balls tarnished at shortest
notice. Orders from lbs coontty promptly attended to.
H. A. GLASS FORD,
J. W. SHACK. LEPORD,
Exchange Hank of Georgia,
MADISON STREET, CORNER BAN- AVENUE.
Tt KCEIVES D posits, bays and sella Exhange oa Xew
XV Tork and Xew nr ean, DIcoanta good bnslae pa
per, ana does a cenersi Banking Business.
befeb TO firmer.- Bank, Knoxrlll, Tenn.; W J.
Dane, Ku. President f nthens Bank. Memphis I Bank
ot Pal too, Atlanta, lis ; A. Merrl t, Esq., Agent Plan
ters' B.nt; sivansn. at ana n, aa.
ICE CREAM SALOON.
1. 11. UclnrlcU a.v Bro.,
WILLopenthrlretegiat Palcoai I to-morrow
for tbe reception of goefta.wrhero
sll thedelldoni anl e o)'rgbeversg-se( the
aearoacanbe had. Ice Cream. Fruits aad.
all kind a af eoarectta series. We shall be glad to are and
entertain our oil cottome-s and the pnVle In grneraL
P. a. HEINRIUU BRO.,
plS-tf Xo Vn Main Street.
B. B miller. .
NEW PAINT SHOP.
MILLER & PIMM,
On Monroe Street,
BETWEEN MAIN AND SKOOXD.
TTTTLL be fonnd In readiness to Co SIGN, and cU tha
,v.T noer oraaca eaoi
At st b time and rasn-ier aa will insure tbe most perfect
sails f tele a to every taste and circumstances.
Of nnf tor Ulrat ar attache4 to onr -tAb!lhmBt. neh
are r&nty ever t -vn 6 comblat 1 any one ahop la the
So it tern or W tern co-tstry, and bare been aecnrtd at
a treoradco txitttM uor
ttiiuing on .lass.
Is jatl Io any In t-e United Stater.
Of all descrlpli- ns turnhM in a few hoars rotlee.
Perm aal atte tio t siren v var worz, noin in urna
mental and n.irsa fal t I aplS-ao
in spud an
Clieaper tlian Ever!
Ill i ,i Ulfil
Have now leceived an tmmeasa Stock of
Gentlemen's and Boys' Clothing
Comprising all the novelties cf the stasoa In
FANCT CASSIMRRB SUITS
PANrT LINEN SUITS;
FANCT MARSEILLES TESTS!
SUIT S of a ery variety of Goods ;
BLACC GOODS at all prices r
MUSLIN AXD LINEN SHIRTSot sll grades
ABD A CO T LET STOCK OF
Gents' Irnisliiiig Goods
Which were pnrehased at Panic" "Prices" for
CASH, aad will be sold at corrts poodtngty ow rates.
We solicit an exsmlnatlea ef our stock. "Xo trouble
to shw Go a," snd every article wa sett, gaaranUed
as rrprrscn a.
SPIVEY Si CLARKE,
apIT-dlm ttt Main street.
TjBTR steamer. Iagomar, Editor, At Tin Adttss.andn
. .w. uui:
Sugar Fslr, Prime and Choice;
Bngar Crashed and Poardrred;
Molssses Barret, and ha vs;
Golden Sy rap, Rio Oorf-e;
Roe Herring. ; Mackerel m bbts. ard kills;
Tobacco and Cigar. ; Stir Cacd e,;
Extra St. Loan Flour;
Bacon Hsms. sides and Shovl der;
All of which will be told at too 'crest cash prices.
JNO G. FLOURNOT,
Sues tor to Flcumo y, Coop.r and Leake,
apIS-tf l Main etp-et,
BUTt S in store and (or sale by
J. WsffA tt ra.Y,
A 1 1 o r ii cry At Law,
DE3 ARC. PR MSB CO., ARKANSAS:
GENERAL COLL I NO AND &XD AGENT,
ro Tnarof trTir
BOBDEHINQ OtT WHITE BTVEB.
Brnata-rs. I P t ClrUsvl, Banker,. Memphla,
reo n j . V7 . air Kr-.tr aea nrownsvuie, Tenn.j a.
Stewart Bros., Pea i re. Ark I Frith at 1 ckson, Tcs
are. At man aim'
PILOT KNOB IRON COMPART,
pilot axon, mo., . .
HOT AND COLD BLAST
pig i n o j s
Cons ally an band and (ar Sale.
OFFICE, 34 COMMERCIAL STREET,
JNO. 3. McCUXS, F-esUeat.
PXAsx. Secretary. (-WS-dtv
C. . UABVEr...: , B. HAXTXT.
C Br. HAnVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
XO. ISO GRATIER ST., NEW ORLEANS.
ESTABLISHES IJT IMS.'
5Pv ORDERS for Southern UStmrn I.
-"SQygl&v Staples carefully and ( Iwr-0
Vj33gLfp-t-iptly attended ta, WTpT7'ffi
3 S Meet dtse and Pro-rm rf a n i-ff
darst received and forwarded according to inslrnctles
with dispatch. Freight by sail or ateam contracted far
at low rates
KEFEB TO door at Co.. J C Orlag fs Bro.. Speed
Mr arte, rtsnoab K Shsaks. wars air
GOLD PBET MATT UPACTOBY.
T. H. HOSIUXS,
SSTblrd-Sireet, between Mar kit and Jeff ersan
OFFERS to the pakHo Gold Ptnl of hi. own manafso-
re at whelaaal a and reta H. warranted soaal to AST
made in the tosaxa
GOES PENS BBPATBID AND BZFOINTBD.
Old Pens sent bv ntsil scoot db inl ed wttk SO cents la
money or sum p., will be rep i ti tan d returned by t
Ncy' Wharf -Boat,
30USSO- & PEAY,
And TJ. S. MAIL AGENTS.
CAPERS & HE Y WARD,
General Commission Agents,
For the Par and Sals of
Real and Personal Estate,
Office South Side Adger's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C
THOS. TABB CAFE I.........T. SAVASE REWARD.
GARVIN, BELL & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXD WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
POEEIOH A5D DOMESTIC
Manufacturers, of Glothing,
Xos. 411 aad 441 Main StraeiyXorth Side,
BETWEEN 6TH ABD ST-',
Iioti is-cillo . 3 r .
WE are now opening onr Spring Stock, whieh win be
completa In all its departs arate . and respeet eatly so
licit tbe attention of So oth-r Merchants. Wa evr al
tbe alranttcea tbeycanobtsi In la any other market. botl i
tn ppce, and terms GARVIN. BELL - 00.
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
MAXTrpACTU S3 OF
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER,
AXD DEALERS IX
PAPEBS OP-ALL KINDS,
PMXTEUS' VSHS, &(,
47T Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
. D. SMITH.
C. O. SMITH.
N.D. SMITH & CO.,
COLOGNE AND PORE SPItllTS,
Xos. 1 and IS Weatsstte Seeead street, between Main
TEETH! TEETH I TEETH !
T"R. a CHIDSET, Deo- Sa aeon, has
XJ removed hlaoeSos to Ca-t'a Mttbte
Stock. Eatraaee en Masses street, where
all operat ne in Sargical and Mec-antca!
Deatls t'F Is sctenuftcly pesformod and warranted.
DRS. UIIYON H. CKOsTELL.
DENTISTS, SIT Main stteet, oppaaMs O-jae
Fellows' Hall, Maupbls, Tennessee. ti
ar o IV
SUCCESSOS TO DR. It. B0WC0TT:
LL DEXTL OPERATIONS performed at tha short
est now, aad guarantied. Oce oa Mala street.
oppestte tn worses noat oec-am
Drs. Bryan & Cole,
Main Stroet below Union,
In Provlne at Stewart's Xesr Bunding South
A BE now f ly p-eperi to perform all
n. oseraiuns appertaining to toe prons
slo n; teg-tber with an the new Improve'
m.nta in Artllclsl wnrk
Ore of the Sna can be (eand at tbe fffl-e at all ttm-a,
night ordsy. w. o bia?i.
DR. G. W. ACREE,
COURT STREET, CORNER BAKE ALLET.
A LL dental operations performed la the i
r. most mural manner wiin ins leasi,
dossIMs pain. Fall ar partial setts or
tth lt ertod with tha latest Imnrove-
menta aad guarantied Sol rent Free Bank money tsken
par when tha txi -. Is paid down. ocm-my
LEWIS & HISE,
Corner of Main and Monroe Sts.,
Tleule and Retail Testere In
HIDES, OIL LEATHER,
SADDLE BY HABDWABE,
Manafacterera aad Dealers In
Saddles, Bridles, Harness Collars, Whips, Sc.
E bare now on band, a fall and complete as-
ortmrat of GOODS in on' line, std WlB be
mlTlnz week'y froth sdilllaas to our t tot k, all
ot which we wnl sea as
CHEAP FOR CASH,
as the same onalitv ot Geodt can be purchased either ia
Clncirnat erst. Lwls We wonM specialty Invite Ct'UX-
ruT MBRCHiXTS asd dealers to an ezamt cation oe
our stock, as weareoTeparedtODat ap Uelr orders at
the shorlrtt Bet tee
All Go, s msnaf ae red la the Hoase, wsrraated.
We will pay at all tunes, the hlsheet a atket piles. In
Hide. Furs and PeltrieB.
Mr. TlKEwUlgivebU spealal attention to this branch
a( bnslsesa. pl-os
P H. HAMMERSKOLD & CO.,
Architects, Civil Engineers and
OtSceon Madtt street, over Gayoso Savings Eaik,
A RE now prepared to furslib de.lgns for, and tttperm
fV tend the erection .f public or private bnlMings,
churches, stores, store fixture s, ttc . Th-y will a so give
their .uentn to any -or a coming una rr ce nesa or
Civil Bnglneerleg or Surveyltg. either in town or
country. Any iWcrlotkn of Architectural Engineering
,r Mechanical Drawings execnted with sn accuracy ano
nratnest not to be surpassed In this conntry Designs
and working drawings tn dwel ing h.eses or other
balk) lag. tn the country so executed that any Intelli
gent negro carpenter can follow them. -IIS. for
Tombs, Ce-atapbs. Tsu!ts, c ,
Having h.dexsnslve oea'lnrt with maaufactnra at tne
North and West, they can furnish any description of Iron
Fronts. Baleo ales. Window Guards, ttc, tie , at reduced
Hon A. B Linrstreet L L D.; Hon. Cbsrles Scott
Sam Tate. Kti . Preident MempbU and Cbarlestoa
Ballros : Cel. w. M. s-cttsni ut j. -
n oockrel, . it. j rinoie, q. i
1 1 tr-K 1 1 . I r F . ttan
Gen. G. O.
oace hours from A it to I p. at-, and from p. x.
OX tbe 10th last , I o.d my entire Interest la the
Boot aj Stationery store Lsmb, Tonag co , to
T D. WILLIAMS, and would recomi to. "
p-..TOf"' CWUMer"to " JAMES TOUXO""
The books and sreaantsef Lamb Toor.g Co., win
rem. in at the- atand, where all who are Indebted ate
lovtied to call and make early settlement. Either of the
members of the firm are authorised to reclpt la settle
!.. .. . n ,t. LAMB. TOUNO CO.
The business trill becoatlnned at tbe old SUM. under
tha stvle Of LAXB. l,lAat F., w
will ve glad to see tbeir (rltnds and the pabtle aenersSy,
Terms Casb, or CilyAeceptsace on nort ume.
LAMS, WILUAMS It CO.,
rtS-tr No. - Marn s reet.
STEAM CRACKER BAKERY AND CANDY
DKELLT would respectfutty Inform bit Mends snd
tbe public generally, tbat ba manufactures dally
tt bis stand, a fine and large assortment of everything
m hi. line, which bs win tell as lew aa they can be bought
anywhere else, and warranted to give general satlif ac
tion. Give hlzs a ca, as yen can get tbem goad asd
trash at u. uaxi's,
tsrd 5, Ea Jft-Pbls, Tta,
if otioir factors,
jr. )V?I. JRJBZDi
(lata of B. BU X Bro.)
a Over Gayer Jt Naeley.
NO. 34 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
TTTUBRE b will to pleased to watt upon any aU pa.
W irons, friends, and too pablte gsnarany. Ha wM
I Its eartKalar atteatioa to the Start c S SaOMg af
Oottoa and Produce. AB Cotton or Prodnca consigned to
bun wm pa insnrM, nalesa other -im ustraetea.
Partlcx iar atteatioa given to orders for Bast g aad
Rop. and other ancpuea. SU tea aad seBs Cot n for TS
cente per bale apia-Hwawaie'
t. A. IA KFEE-...tt. A. MITCHELL.. St. SA1ES
Memphis. Lata of Aberdeen. Lata of Pontotoc co.
SAMPLE, MITCHELL A. CO.,
Comniisiion. Eecdvia?, ud Forwarding
3x a o c 3l J3 .
XADISON-ST., THIRD DOOR BAST OF CXIOX BANC,
ASU PPLT of best Bagging and Rope always hs store.
Orders (or aepptles Olied at tte lowest cash prices.
We sr. also Aganta for tha sale of Geo. W. Wlral's
Do-able Geared Porta Tt ireahera and wheat Fans.
which are snperiar to anything of tha kind aver ctred
to the planter, being cheaper, or. durable, and lass Ba
b to get oat of repair, and ay bo aaad wttbeaaal a
vaataga in either Glc Ha or SsVd . m y lawly
S. WILDS VXBNOS.,
, O. C. VILLI 1KI.
S. . YERNON & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
N-'e-fsnt B-wVarer 5l'eachei GalVraltb'a
3M?I3NS-,'-. aagS-Iy -
SAJWJL MIOSIS JT,
OFFICE. XO. IS M03ET h. HUNT - BLOvK,
n VV CONSIGN-EXTS of Cotton and Wheat soH
- - Bsgrtng sad Rjpa, aad aB ScppHei, faj bad
at le wet t rates.
Straab's PlantaUoa MBia always an htsi.
Of Tuacnbla Ala.
.EN. JAS ht. WARS It,
of Lawreace Oa., Ala.
SEVIER & WARREN,
-IBROK A BTT8)
XO. IM MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TXNNISfiXI.
Aiza Davis, Iste of Hsywo-coai ity. Teaa
Tnos. ;. Tlt-AW, late ot Sew Orte u I.
yr TAN Wlieu, lata of LoavUe, Ky.
DAVIS, WILLIAMS & 00.,
oottojt ?a.o Tons
Gen'l Steamboat and Railroad Agents,
XO. t HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALSO Agents far Messrs. Je ags At eyno a. for
tha .aloof FeM.a's Seif-Sbarpenlng For Ala Grlat
AEbustseas entrusted to oar earn wil recet ve our
especial stunt n. Jyta-dswly
SBIPSON, HAYES & Co.
No. 194 MAIN STREET,
Jt JTOrdsrs (ar Ragz ig. Sop and ether Sspstjj -pre
ptly attended to. aats-di iwlxi bo
EEID. SHELTO & CO.
NO. 38 FRONT ROW,
ALL Cat tat sect to onr address taiared, as a
. astrect ea to tb contrary are received. Be
m Htanere prosptty made to order. Piasters'
ordera fllled with care. Set! or F -rward Cot ft
.1 60c rata per bale. Liberal advaa male on eeselgn-meaM-
O. . BOBTON.,
,.n. C. BOBTON.
-I. S. WOODDILL,
C. M. nOSTOX
Or O 3 t JS ,
Commission and Forwarding;
NO. 33 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
1 V PARTICULAR atntin paid to Sto-a
iPyfiZi SeUUK and 3ppmg Cotici 1 1
Ceep coasts atry on hand Baggingj
Rope, aad Ptaatatlea SupsHea gene
D. H. T0NSEND,
Cf M O C JS H'
PROMPT attectles given to Storing and SeUtag Cotton,
oM stand Xo. SS Front Bow, Memphis.
WARD LAW BOWAD...............-Sf.T. HOWABO.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sagar, Coffee , Mo
lasses, Rice, Ftenr, Lard, Baca-, Mackerel, Salt,
Lacdoa Porter, Ale. Wine. Whisky, Vinegar, Ltse,
Land-Plaster, and Grocerleo generally. A good stock
now on band, and for sale at reasonable prUea.
aCa,h advances made on Cot tana In stare for sale er
shipment. Onr Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cut -a
censtgned to ns by water ; also, tbe ri ak of Fire
whe in store, unless otherwise lastmct ed. Oar prices
(or ttortns aed selling Cottons, the same aa are have
charrM fee ar. r-atrt arte it. n - l.t. octt
IODIDE OP POTASH,
Blood Fnriiler and Helt Restorer
PREPARED from the FRESH ROOT, the only kind
-worthy the attention ef Pby.lelana er the pabttc;
oed . Imported root being Inert aad worthless facts too
mash overt ked. The c rmpeaeate ef this medicine
htvetveB extolled bv nisi of tbe most dt'tlaralehed
phytic lsns In the work), as Sir Wa Forty , BwHe,
L-ogtl. Ceindet, Ricord. Bell, c, (or the care ot Saro
rnls. Unit Evil, While Swelling. Srpblta, bheem.tltsi.
Goat, Xetiraigla, Dropsy, Diseases of tbe Ksdnsyt,
Liver. Langs, SpK n. Skin, Brnpt-t is. Biles or Uice rs,
Bietcbes Pimples on tbe Psce, Ringworm er Tetter, old
and obstinate Sires, Chronic Sore Byes teatd Hesd,
Gettra, Palis of the Beo or JoBM s. Spinal
Cemplalots, Lamtsgo, Jasndiea, Prmale Oe-PMete
Tamsrs , Carle xr, ttc It remeves Impurities cf the
Bbod or System or abuse ot Mercury, sad sakea the
ikU dear aad stio oth, an object ot interest with the
Laoies. it shea. De used tn us aprtng u pariry tne
od and prevent sickness. Price, $1 ate-e
JIcGown's Essence of Tar,
It a ortatn core for Bowel OeapU Its, as Dlarr htra.
Dyieatery, Flux, ttc.
Mcfioivn's DogAvooiI and Iron,
A permanent cara for Chins. -Ttpeesla. XUht Sweats,
pslsarss or tendency to Coaa-rp an, Agae Usse,
McGovrn's Golden Pectoral,
Per tbe relief ot Cessht. Cetdt, Consuaptlo a, Bron-
chltl. Whooping Ceugb, c
JIcGown's StomacU Bitters,
A pleasant ant Invigorating Tonic.
Xever known to rati curing old sores . Oaaor Bcmi,
External Inaimaallons, Chronic Sr Eyes, Ac,
All the at rve prepared and ssm try
H. S. HUGHES, Dmrrltt,
Xo. IIS Main street, sooth ot Uaioa , Jf apbls,
mrSf-tawtv Ant or sale by all other Presgtsts
THE nedersltaed take, tbls method ef lafermlax the
ct Lxens ot Memphis and tha sarr ndi eg ooanby,
tbst he l new prrparrd to All all orde-s In the above Hee
(or CQuaCnBa. PRIVATE DLLINS-ano t--.
Fan It bed and tent to any part of tbe ca tntry.
Tarlsta patterns co n.Uotly oa band.
Old Looking Glass and Picture Framts
EE-GILDED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
Pictures renovated and nude eqnal to new.
Agency (or the PATENT GLASS LErTERS for Shew
Windows. . . ,v
8 re m rrovut. - - '-'
tp-.tf K'arof 'he Qa'oso Honse. MemnhH. Ttnn,
. tt .ivirett .nd JOBBING, from andatt er tbla
A date, mn.t b. ca.h.oa .detlvery-onr rertlsr custo-
rni a tvtt imriT uti. -
A 111 eric a .
cv THBsnsserlberwonld re-
aasi . snee fully Inform his friends
'A'" the t avelllng rnll c, tbat bu lST
lilt CLASS RESTALBANTaaa HOTEL OARNI,
on Adsma atrret, nsrty opposite the Wo-, k ara Hoase, la
Eow.pen, where his fri ads and eut n'rt will be tar
m.h d witb aU tladsof Game aad deHcasies of tie Sca.
eoa. as we 1 af tne cncaceil orsnas et w ices, unatieag
lng all competition, be aellnu a liberal share of tbe
public patron.gs. sP'-lrl JOSEPH TBUFEL
C. K HOLST & SON,
Maln-St., Old Stand, below Monroe,
(Tta tJdett peraument ttand to tie city.)
HATE ce tistantty oa hand all slit of Patent Metallic
Burial Csct, which they line and put np air-tight
tn tbe belt maaser Also, all kinds ef Wood and Cloth
Covered CeScs. which they sell at a fair price.
Orders frc t the co itry prompt attended to. aad Fur
niture made and repaired, and uphouten sg exe-atea.
IHAT-tntdetningeaenttsywbical can nrgotlata
good buttnest paper, bsring (n m thirty days to twelve
months ta run. Parties wishing to raise money cr ce
gstlata coles er blLt will do well to give do a call.
sp -La atVutoakPas'atsmtoOcc.'
NOW open to Water Tat'y Ti ml'es aoath of tha
Jaao. lota WU M ankia sal Charlvf oo Railroad
oa las wants I'wnesau . ui less .taglag fram
Grenada, Mtaa ,t eapo ta , than bs air other ronta
Mali sad Pstaeerlrsta leaves Water Tale at 8:16
A si., arrrvas at tbe Janet a 3.49 r at Retnretag,
leavra Janctkra i at (p. M.i arrlvn at Wat r T.Bey st
II-. OF 3t, aeoaeeun g with SI . Oa '. Sao four karae
post coactea for O T-ev M, Grecai'a Carral too. Leilsg
t land Pick ens Sutton oo tbe Sottera DfrU as' tbe
Ml .Is.l-piCntr I Ut road. AtOtf-iMMa th.msu
tram conaact a wttb Mas era Jsbsm oa Co. 'a atag tar
Pot e- A ber a, CMbs ma, on Moat lay. Wtdaesday
and Friday. '
Pe-nrers Sar any point to tt. Mlsstsstppl Gratral
taUmad wHf pteaea 'ake IM 2 .' lack Aeeaoaodat a aa
tbe Memphla and Obartestoa Rakra I to are I r
po ntment, a, that Is t 1 1 ey train are es rx Beet witb
Psrtferea to Memphis csnneet wHh tb a Mail
Train on tbo Mespbli and Obsrtesto a RsHra I asd ar
rl va ai Mem phis at S r. at.
X. ti. WALL,
(eblt-dew Saperlatett-ttt M O R. R.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD,
OHIO AND Jlt&SKSIPPI RAILBOAD LINE OF
ATClt eZK T OHLEAIB, NEW
From Cairo, Ulinois.
THE ILLINOIS CENTRA RAILROAD and OHIO
aad MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD bare oomMtad ar-
raagemeats with tha (olowbsg swift a 1 eleg.M Pa'se -
ger and Freight a eae osla farm ig a rega ar aa eve
ry aitena laflsj aetween
CAIBO AND -TETW OBLEAHS
Capt Van Daseo.
J. C SWON. - -
NEW FALLS CITY.
J. E. WOODRUFF, -
alx. sco rr. -
CITY OF MEMPHIS,
A- T. LACY,
WM. M. MORRISON,
NEW UNCLE SAM,
Perm lagtrs sex Cairo and its cenaect ax thamostai-
pMss aad rdh roate to
oaiO-GO. sr. paul.
ST. LOUIS. GALENA.
IHUCqUB, NIAGARA FALLS
SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW TOE,
PORTLAND, an-t an Important p jto ta ,
BIOIiTI- -. 3.rs7.
AtOMcaga, eaaaa ingwtth Mtf'gsa Oettral flars.
favta g lbs its. Sep far D ret, Xlagara Far.
Rack-tor AJkaay. Xrw Trt4Bs-aa, and aB Easterw
aadAtltntle Clues . Oa'v tw ct taa of cart (rem
Cairo to Nta ara ant tare fro-Oa ra to Albaa r, and
oar (r-aCaToti New Tork. Teaa Co Caere to New
Tork, 49 boars. Ooaaeeta at Sas leva! with O and
Ml-ataMwl Railratd raa SA Leala asd Tbaeaaaea I at
Paaa, wit trains o' lk Terra' Halle, AKeasBdSt.
Loals Ktsraa , e led la aaputta Uxa trifle aad Olncto
sU; at Seratnr, with mtin i lino Express (ar Galeea
aad DtoWIH the later ceaeoct e wttb f. ta
SpaaeM, Naple Rook 1st Barita do nasdQali wy.
Art trttsta (rent Cairo coanert at Saadeval wrtt t tea
Okie and Mlss-slseitrst-i for St. Loe aal Dtseta
aail. Tbe IA ot s Central Ral'ad Cam paay have added to
rtrRol-tg Sfk tweaty sapa atster t eleessag
cars, eaanel whl lwUl ajt alert ably bait a fifty passea
gers. T-XX-OT-srlx Tiolx-otea.
Either by Ste&'nboat via St. Lm tt am I f race by Rati-
geod far ea year, sat alio wiag ho Id era to stop at any
petef; and p-sam e beir seata at plasare, snt .11 later-maHe-
respe lg the rente mir be oro-cred oa apoliea
tlaa st the Com p r's Oa , IS Jeff r street tdeers
east of tbe Cera merclU Betel. Memphla.
WILLIA MORIN. Arent.
Par TTiiaol C fral and Ob e aat MU. lsslppl Ratieads,
aal Rai i Lite if atram rrs. marts-Iv
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
OX aad after WBDXXSDAT, Febraary 3. 1S&T. tee
Tratas ea this rcsJ wSI -ran as f aBews, fSndsyt
Tbe Mall and Passe filer T'sta. tH lesve Panola daBy at
7a at., aad arrive at Memphis at HI A- at.
Bet araiag. leaves Memphis stir. .. and at vet at
Faaela at S r u.
Tha Ft-tht snd AeesstodaUea Trala leaves Mesq fs
lly at 30 A. and arrrres at Panel a at II A. X.
Ret an il r. leavea Paasia at I- A. X and arrives al
Mest-te ilC p K
Perseas travellnc ea tbe Mai Train can spend five
beers la Mensphie aad return an Ibe sane day.
Pas aaer Trala makea direct enaaecuaa at Mempeis
wttb the Meoa-ie aad Cbsrleatea Rail read rets x East,
aas tbe em pets aad Ohio RaBread gatag Xsrth.
Tbe Freight aad Act omraedaeW i runa la cotte ton
wit h Stage, toandframthe (el '.wiag plates: Osklaad,
Prestea aad Grenada, there rasksg ceaeectian with
Stages threats. CarrnM sn and Lexington tkence to tbe
northern termiai of tbe Ml'slsslppt Ceatral BaBraad (ar
Caatoa, Jack a aad Xew Orteaaa.
Tbroagk TKk.ts (er GreaaJ a can be obtained at tbe
This ts mecn ne shortest route, ana passengers leer
ing Memphis by tbe merntag train arrive at Grenada tbe
tame eveatag, ba rt ag daylight the whole way.
M W. NEWELL.
J. .11 If General Serrlaiendent.
llemlus and Oliio
Commencing FRIDAY, November 13, 1857.
Two Dally Trains Each YFay.
ON aad after FRIDAT, Xevember U, Trains wa rra
Mall Passenger Trala wta leave Brown'vlSe daily (fun
dsys exoepted) at 8 .dock A. at., aad arrive at Memphis
at II A. II.
Retara g Leavea Memphla at 3 'clock p. ., aad
arrt vea at Brown. this at S:0S p. af .
The Freight .ad Arcemmodatlen Tram leavtag Memphis
daBy (Sasdays excepted,) at 7S o'clock a. a., and arrive
at -rownsvate at i t p. ., cannec tt ngas season's wt
a Ible of Hacks for Oormjrtoa.
Retaraing Leavea BroamsvtBe at 1:15 F. ., and ar
rlvlag at Memphis at :!S p. af.
J Throazb Tieketa (er tbe following places can b e ob
tained of P. M. Patterson Bro., Comma 1 Betel,
McLEMO RES TILLS,
SHADT GltQV ,
9vl3t( 8acerl ateade aL
For Daltlmore, Washington, New
York, Philadelphia, &c
Diroct Through Itino for the East I
Baltimore and Ohio
THIS Read runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (ITS
miles.) and to Washington, (400 miles.) and presents
tbe fall t advantages both as a freie ht and passenger
One. It run a tbroazb wiM and romantic regions of tbe
ADegheeiea ; and being sotty construct ed, completely
equipped and carefnliy managed. Is one or tbe most li
tre Ire and safest Railroads ta tbe United Stales The
Ceatral Ohio BsUrosd, from Colei nous snd ZaaesvB-ti
Wheeitag, unit this read - tta au portioaa or tne sir
The oblt Tnaotien Ticzets I im Mephis,
Lo.istiixz and St. Louis to the National Me
TaeroLU, are seed by this read, which runs direct to
Washlegten wlttn at the delay of psssmg tbreaah Balti
more. It la also the only I tea by wbicb baggaze can be
checked to Wasbiagton from the Onto river.
rj-By tbe mail ROUTE from Mernsus, taxa tae man
steaaters, raaning daBy (or Lonlintle. o loect g tbere
wHhsaafi ateameraor Jeffen iville Raltaead for Ctarb -aatt.
where they arrivi so as to oct wttb tbe care o
Little Miami Baiiroaa ror now, - wit
with Central Ohio Railroad, through Xewark aad I s-
vme, to Wbeeli&g. By the exprsss train or "us reate,
the Use from u to more aaa w nast-a
Is less than ST hoars.
rv sure to s.z x ucxeta bj or.a.B
n-Patsengert (ran Memphis going Estt through St
I . eaa bar Tbre . Tieketa by ths Baltimore and Oklo
Railroad. ilaroata lays tronihTn,TrraHaa,
ladiaaapotls, etc, to Wbeeuag, over tbe new Ohio and
Mississippi and corns e tns noaus. i.n 3 4
. .n dict. ud tbe time trn St. Lonis to Bal tb aere
er Wata ia oat at . n it. ibi ia iih
by this rents may be ba- of the Agent, aad. r the Ptaa-
tert Baase, at i -!... -i u u
Bal mere $ i to it M
it Whceibz the oaufnrer Uke-t tbe taperior cars of
tbe Btsore and Ohio RaBra ad, wbleb leave three It e.
daBy (ar Balttm err, Washmaton. PuvadetpUa aad Xew
Tot Tarongn in ia or 1 1 soars, , swppages :
Far safety, speed, rezalaiity, beaaty ef the coentry, tad
general osmfs rt, tbla read Is second to neae la the Union.
FREIGHTS. This company pes sea tbe Isrest
equipment of any RaBroad 19 tbe United Stairs, and ta
prepared to do an Immense business la tra-fportatn.
The read makes liamedlate comae ion at tbe wharves aad
tn the streets of -sltlmere with the Ra Broad to FaHad e
p and Xew Tork, steamers tt Ericsson and Balti?
Monr Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to Xw
Tork, and by newMerchanta' aad Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Norton, Chart to a , Savannah, c Fr
particBlars, tee freight tariff, copies of whleb may be had
of the ronrarflsg Houses ta the West, or of J. B. PeD,
Rece tving and warng Agent at WbeeBsg.
WM. 3. W-UD3IDB,
Master ot Traneportation, Baitbnere.
THROUGH TICLai-, anowlnx tbe he era to stop al
aay point, and resume their seats at pleasure ; may be
purclueed at tbe Company - Office. Xo. IS, JetTers on
street. 3 doors East of ts Commercial Hotel, MempbU
lucetS-Iy WM. MORIN. Agent.
HOUSE, SIGS, AD ORSA-IESTAL
P ATH TIN G, DEC OEATING, &c
W. 51. PASSMORE
TAKES this method of infermlngthe dtliensof Mem
phlt ti at be has permanently cated himself here
tocarryen tbe above baainesa, and assnrea thoae a be
may favor blm with their patronage tbat an work en
ited to him win have bis tlrl PERSONAL ATTEN
TION. tn the select n and preparation of the material.
aa well aa the fal thiol execution ot tae work. No exer
tion will be .pare, on his part to five satltau aad
ptifuiu the woik thoroughly, and at the same time to
suit the taste of the most f as tldlous.
His Ic&c experience warrants hla la ssytng that bis
contracts srl be compiled with to the entire talls'actloB
of those -ho may patronise him. They may also re
assured that any work undertaken by hla will be prompt
For qualifications, be be.; leave to refer to the f enow-
lag person. : capt. o. B. unarcn. ua p t. newtu. r
W. Ptxjley, Capt. J Goalee, Capt. Algeo, Mr. 6 ThlEer.
SHOP Back cf Sbeiton's Dnar Steve myl-dly
NEW PIANO STOItE.
THE STODART PIANOS.
vt tn lbs pi Jar to announce ta his frlenda aad tbe
public generally, that he hat been appointed bv Messrs.
8toi.r--.Mon-, of Xew Tork, Agent for the sale ef
STODART PIANOS. ,
n.i. itn. at their store en Msdison street, a
few doors from tbe Union Bank, a Urge stock which wt
- . .... . Z v -L ' tSAvl,
po s at ens a or if . .
rT-IHOCSH fr-o. V - D . a, H I -1 laSreOl
A lesaa, Inis m x ii foor n tiaar aat a I ait, by
ay e( ibe SoetOern aM UeNew(-l aa J seat. i aal
Ceat Xertberm Rttlte 4. T-.rbeae.et as saas va
pedttioaa roete frees Tick.ke'g to Xrw Orfaa.
Heresrer tbe paaeeaittr train win leave V 1st' 3
dasryat iiir.tt . arrt.ltn at Jacki est aad eata t :
with the. 'rata froea Nea tcrasm fr Caeeea t !' r
M aod arrtvtag at Braar? i at S SO, p , t aw tig
wt i the t.Uv Mae of 'tni ltMo'aesaeT a a
leavtvg Brawl en at 7 MA. M eerti at Ja beea
ut aeeet tog with b trasn It C.f t n f r S'W er-las.atS-WA
X , aad.eacl BBStTsckslmica: 11 Jot sac
A SI .
Tbe train earrjlew tb - aD f- I TKs rv 1 r Me
OrVaaa -li letre Viek bara -.try Sua i. usipliS. at
4 ecteek a. . arriviaga Ja-t-aa e a sad wat
ta " tr.ia fe Cat o f.,r New OHessM as sc as) A as
LesTieg Jaetwa a- d mat -ettas wish tbe leala aa
N.w Oreate for rati n al 3-e r 9f , as aiil.tos
Tlekse-gat-M r O WltXI'Msl.
spSt-tr Gee -at fearer S sen.
MEMPHIS AND THA RLESTON
C0NNBCTTNS MEMPt-B WIT-
THI Ralway. raeVr aa newty nessata, aad ( -sag
tbre- i a beaettf at beelthy oat sees-?. Shoe to
travetera fee tbe Mb astitppl Tastay a sewt it-.s aej
deed mtwe shortor. -ad fttma trm t llm seat
cemfert tswa aavaabwr to tb B tOTsskt BHMsT,
TIME AXD FARR B-aHTCB Oeder asaa pi III
nbidsse of tbe Peat oace B. pa. tae at, a eases . est see
muted aad a saetoc eead of Id - 'si
PsMeaa; thjsagh Was- Temtety. aaaams eaesw Bay bs a
f -led See tbe em leeyeaee af Br .an
A attea. Ga , a cheese ef eata- ss asi al $ llf
ttaeeee raBway tbrowK Cwot. Beesth .te . aad
North S-eotiaa to Rtcbsa ad. er by the Stee Vtliasiel
taa Ltoe tbseeah Tenatsiis aad TSraa. to tm mr
ve. I-aMrg, Rirbfaeit, aad to all ef s itleean 1
TlnrM - Saaas
THE EXraSS MUL TRAIN leasee) " ph aBW
atp x . saava-g at a l stall ina.
THE AOOOMMOOATION TRAIN
oailt leieevc Seta r-) tt 1 st. r af..
srttb see NHM-.tvet Ceatral and Timm i
Basread . 3am ereslle aed iMaraa-ali see .la l
TRAINS CONNECT A V Oracl Jnadle
M-s4saeppl Gratral Rasbead to SMiy Jael
Oreo 4a, Caaaea. Jaeke-a. eu , at artth tbe .
stppt at T ee aaee tea ral Rativeed to Baaleer, i
At Peeahet-ss. wttfe a tn wry Mae ef Osaelses to
Rtaser. PaaUSi e. Aterofu. aad Oira aa. Htea.
At lata. wMk a aaly laae ef l. tm,. f.s.ii
-eeagb Aeer eea, 0.1b s. eto . to ts mlSnis Sw
bshi of the Mobile and Ones R-Uned.
Threath ttrkHs (eed asi til aeed wtrbitlse filiPee. ef
s petogataey petet deatred .V J a the
Ttcxet Orncr, remnerlat Beast, aad as
Bseh paaa-rer wtn be a'lewed eee baa-red aeaaf
bagg.gat ae arUese wio V. earrtad aa tss
at lectdeat to tb- peesea of 'be p. 1 1 raaer. Ba tee ef
-st-ar--paywt.beM - -- - , , n j
inumi aet ittrt.tme: yen
Negroes, van triTes l w. n haw s ,n
aem -a the peist to whvek r s i 1 s I ,
tbat tbey are to travel by rallr ad. er tea. wl mot be
carried. Xe Met et wfn a setd tMa. Mr -M tb lv
intH tecara nrnrnmo in tr i.ati er as
eat er known to the Ttoket Aaaat. r.eSeiS.
peraea to veeb (ergiaatoiatss of perartt
T. C. ABM.
DIRECT ROUTE TO
STAGES leave Satoea Linr Ippt rtvesj
Dl-T. at 4 a. H . Paaab- tkreex. the -
ctty ef Oa ea to Waatuaatis, Ark Thseeaah M
oa. ssig STONa. 1 nisi
Great In-Heeseat ts itWer-.
LUMBER AT RHDTCBD PRICM FOB C-Mf
YELLOW PINE. Poplar and Gem BUI Jataekk
S-, Weatbev-b-aro-tsj aad leel; try jil.
aad near while P.,Cp-es. and Fopiar, It, aaBSSa
tbtrk ; dresse-t. yl ow. wbtt. Floe. F pier sat ttmm
Ferleg; da-dOsiiii Alaa a larae a-a. rmeatad
S-aes sad Kewed sad tawed Order, ef all aea.
eden fresa ,a dt'taac. -- puM ky the aas er
estnsh mercttaa's proeaa-v att endd to
B.ttare,soalfe side Ccsue Ltndiaa; Waabl-rty seres t.
'T M E. COCtUMX.
J. H. IVIULFORD,
Sash, Door and Blind
SASH. Doors, Btsada aad MaoMsag kept aa head sad
-OO&S AXB WINDOW rBAXM,
Worked Ploorings, C-ittagg,
And aB other maebtoe work ba AM Use wM be ts
to Batera ea aberttaetlea.
OOyTRAlTii- -ILfH TAaN.
Oaee sad M -a "-- -veea, aarMeaM
tad Oharieslen Itajtread Pi it, Mstsase,
Trunks, Valises & Carpet lags,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
3'14 MAIN STREET.
CtTT aadOtaetrr Mtcstea'a aad tke
pebltc gearralry. are as Tl ad to exam-
tee mv aleek, wbteb, tn qnal-ty .
ee-aae ess. tt eqaal to any .a. rtar.
Wee kdaae to order fatly gaaraotlod. Al klad'ef Re
paMag dene with at-taeee aoti datck. ll aad
orders or a It a'e-aa ! le evalp
J. C. GRIFEING- & BRO.,
On DeSoto Street,
BETWEEN UXZOX AMD 1311.
THE as 4 rrslgned won J cspeeai:y laforas the ettt
sea. of .Vespbls and !'t vh-ioity, aad h saanftiaii
caste ets 'iviag at a dials ce in iae oeentrv tor ih ,lr
14 at patraa.e ta b ta Itae ot bueiae-. wnh namse
aae maae sees . eonarectarel al ta
tiag a the Cbslr-Paoip atone, aad atul keltsvtac a
to be the oret pamp In ase, whra trof aseli i lain
aaa properly pat up. (aad tae aster eat wb aet ee atesk.
ana pat no,) vwever ae t-re are plaees w
CbalaPaaapcani tbia d; al tafew pert 3
a th "oet tiraea," -be still tbl k t a
ether Pampa la ase sasmle. tae fhri up
deters atoed to toteinmtfcle tbe taete ml all
or ps to order, aay Mad f FUp tka
ket ran fs ntth. I bare tat-refore, eiaplijti. a'
eased workmaa, lateey (re ea tbe Bast, who wi
petting up aad reaetrleg a.! kli 1 Pi
11 . IM
will alee de every ktod ef PLCMatXO, an at -wlllwarraati
aad we r aay warn t, I aaaa w 1
sty, aad say what I ate aa.
I have In thelaat year atntbidtt.sblaiij to a v.-
berotmy rakPaoe with ea'tre 1 111 T Ta
i arte Balaaee-wa. . oa Hand Chasr-P-.
with eoaal taeeeas. Ia eae ce e I ban aaad tfee -e '
bat it "1 adetb aet away."
"MULTUM IX PASVO "
I have recent invented a CHAIN POMP-B T cr
braetegtwo complete separate end it-lt - V ;
lBe - far deaeit teaements. (aad diahla w
psneae can draw water (re ea tbla x,attt3 5 (u
tvtotMli4erfereare wh i cb other wbateee '
boss left m the rarttt'es, wail or feae.. large ?,
aa BraMa. dog. rat, chiciea. er Boeee to cram
yard ts tbe ether. I weeM refer yea eeaen 3 3
Pem, toK. Btaghaa at J. S. Metea it -.
W C 4 L
P S. I a s preaared to ship ramae oa tr--r n a
aatsce. op or down, east er west ef the Mbetoarppt nvir
la -dly w fi
$70,000 and $10,000!
REMEMBER to ri-re year chase ea ta tae tor tfee
grand Capitals la lb- anaalar Starey OeerS-,
Stale Lettert T- Uoaeto aaar be ohtatoed at
Aget rt't offloe Hoped--. opp att Meesakia Ct-eewar
'o-lay, erse-tyoar lette rs, ordera, addrt-ed to WM.
SPAIN St CO
Sev vsl geodptltesseM laat 8 rtee. aad wemesei to
eE the .arse Capita- this wtet Waae atria ae-aeeee-tbe
rerry aat try year lact. Wbo!e Tieketa aM. Be -
ae uart-r 11 aa.
Land "Warrant Stol.B.
the 3d day ef Apr I. lastoat.. tferre wee
tram cae a tfee ctty at Veetob la. a e-rrab . .
Wstrsat far se acres ef lied Isataad by ifeeUaUed
to Jseab naleeasa aadr r tbe t-l of ISH. far ser .
Ibe Wsraf ttt.V-eas-M-erteld Wetrea aotreea -
AB per-Bt are bsrefev ciotl ord aa atari tra lag t ;
Warrant aa a caveat has beea estt r i tn tbe - -Lsadoffleo,
a-d t weettlet to aay oae tistd f t
perowner The Laad Warrant wat .t.lrn.S la bl
tbe said Rafraa teat - LKWfSA. NOrLE
THE sabse-ber hart' - pt,r .aeed Ibe lalsrail "Is
pa rise's hi tbe late Srm nf ttearney, O ?-
Ltske. wpi eea-aae tb WHOL-AB e rs?
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING rlS s
awa name and far bis oB sou t, aad rrea et - r
Kelt, tne patronage of tbeoM ttoa -e e et ssee an i s
blend generally. JNO. S. FtOtTHN 'T
apVeapis W - Ma -.
Tas Srm e( FLt-RXOT, OOOPBR LXAC
thls day d res d by matasl oast eat. the r-n
t i flnawmvo naedU HeaWs im . eat.
JNO . FI-rsTRX.T
M. T. OftOPBa,
apl'l aplS K. w. LEAKS.
READ CARF FULLY.
THE genes e bigbly OONCVN-R .TED eMAV
HOLLAND 8ITTBB8 ! pat aa re aelf etot
en'y, and re-ailed at duller for 'tncta bettlee
gr-t demaad fer thiatrale e- aara -in-n-t-t ' -da-d
many ImHatteaa wblek tbe pabHe 'kealS, i -
A.k (or BiERH IVK'S H LLANB BITTBSR -rt
rssturedbyB.aJatiBPage.Jr , 0. ef PS
Pa., tad see that tbeir aero la ea the label ef e
tie. BENJtMIK PAB JR.. tt "'
VaaufaetU-ta; Paataw eeattet aad CVi
ae-1 Pntaba rs
TBE latest and by far tbe meet Imaevteat aprcvs
ment In Phetosrraphy ut tb. recaatry petci--rare
known aa the SPHBRBOTTPE. which la c-y
new and unlike any sf Its pndeceaaors, bat gTea' tsu
ptrlorto aB. The Spbereotyrr I preef aa T-SLT,
AIB and Wins, and for rt-aesa of toae. wt-n -f
expression sad ntlactn-.. bss so eo. J la taet U
tatien Is such tbat the pa-ore. or bage, scans supo
ed m air, entirely Infepet et of tbe beet geeaad
Fortbts pRtnre are have -be -Cloalve rtjbl WX-J
phlt. Spemens - be sees la ear esSery, where j
tirea are also taken la the Tft atyle. by ear A
wbaoombtnea the Chemist wHh tfee Artist. era
i at a es to y-4ao aer rw- J
goc-tf JTo. IC-raM. st.
t -w- -trV -b-
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