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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
BY BEJA.MKST F. DILL.
MEMPHIS, TENN., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1865.
VOLUME XYI-XTMBEE 32.
PUBLISHED DAILY WEEKXT
BENJAMIN F. DILL,
To whom all Letters should be Addressed.
Fall and Winter Trade.
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be handed in at the Clerk's desk.
I Krom the Mobile Register and Advertiser,
till rOSWTlTITIOSAI. AHE-sDMEsT.
This Journal lias hitherto opposed th
; adoption of the ssnnl xrvtion of the pro-
! prsrl Constitutional A menlm'ii on pnn- I
i cinle; and on prhuijM . it h:i no reason i
to alter tne cjirii 01 i mi juua;iiiriii.
We have op.ed it, not as a Houthern I
question, hut as one in which all the j
Stat- ire eqHttlly interested for happily '
now. Slavery is no longer a stalk in c liortst.
to divide patriotie men of a'l sections I
upon iiui-stiuns of ConHtitutinnal law and
duly. To the first section, declarinr; the
abolition of slavery, there ran lie no
objection, fur Uie slave States themselves
have in eonvention aruemnly decreed
emaneifiation. Thesecond section which
pives t Congress the power to pass laws i
to enforce the decree of abolition, is
nnieanable to prave objection from even- a now prepared t meet the market in all
WAR OB PEACE.
Fresh and Seasonable Goods.
TOOF, PHILLIPS & CIRODE,
Xo. 2C Front Street,
Corner of Court.
mm- No a
!I appear in the
Inserted in the
ular inu-rvni. til
a charged SI per
To Amend the Kxemption Laws of thU State 1
Section 1. Be it enacted butht ljegit-1
lat'irr itf the Stair of Mittixirippi, That '
the several exemption laws of this State
he, and the same are hereby amended, I
that hereafter the following ilecrild
property, rtl ajid perwvual. shall ! ex¬
empt from seizure and from sale under
execution or attachment, to-wit : The
tools of a mechanic necessary for carry
iiu.' on his trade, and live hundred dollars
worth of material uoi in his liuaiiie
the implements of a laborer necessary in j
liis usual employment : the lsks of a t
student required' for the completion of
his education: the wearing apparel of
every person, and the librariesol persons. .
and also saddle and bridle sufficient for j
the ne-esarv use of the familv. also the
fain 1 hi¬
nts of surgeons and ilentists usul
.rofession ; the arms and accuu-
of each and every white person;
. pit-tare and scientific appa-
iks and maps used by teachers
-. academies and culleps., and in
bv the le ads thereof, also to
the heal of every family, beim; a white
person and a housekeeper, two hundred
and forty acres of land, repardlesa of its
value, so laid off as to include thereon the
dwelling house and other buildimrs. and
the farm so far as the same can fee done
lies lariTujautity than
i forty ams in the whole:
d and kit. tun furniture:
rminir tools and imple-
idry usually needed and
on a farm: farm homes
rj- to carry on and culti-
yx toexceed four iiinuiii-
upply of provt-ions n ce¬
ll ily and the hands em-
m, and of forage for tlie
team- and slis-k of everv kind exempted
by this act, fifty head of hogs and
twenty head of cattle, in which
may he included work oxen, twenty head
of sheep, one wagon and one cart or car¬
"SBC. 2. Be it further enacted. That
each and every head of a family, being a
white person, and a housekeeper, resident I
in any incorporated city, town or village
a this State, may and -hall be entitled to
hold and own, exempt from seizure, levy
and sale under execution or attachment,
four thousand dollars worth of real and ,
Cersonal property, comprising the proper
omestead and other buildings therewith
connected, and such household and
kitchen furniture, and other stock a- such
debtor may select, in lieu of the farm
land and farming and stock implements
of husbandry, as provided for in the first
section of this act, and aisooneyear an -
visions for the family and forage lor the
or mules n
vate the fa
her : one y
ployed on tin
man w ho is sensible of the high duty of
pn-sorving what is left of the State (sov¬
ereignty feature of a mixed government,
and of resistintr tlie dangerous tendency
of the times to run the government of our j
fathers into the extremes of a central mil- J
tan- desnotism. unrestrained by Const i- ;
tutjonal charter, and limited only by the (
will of a immerii-al majority. In this,
the man who loves Kuglisb liberty tlie
liberty of Magna CUirti r,of written dm-
stitutions, of hills of right and of law j
is just as deeply interested who lives in !
Massachusetts and Illinois, as he who;
lives in Virginia or Alabama. These an- .
the view w have held while Lhissecmexi :
to Is-, to us, an open question. But it Is .
no longer so. The fiat ha issued from
Wa-ington that the Amendment mut
be adopted in Alabama, and a terrible
jienalty i- fixed as the alternatives the
iienalty of a non-restoration to the privi-
eges of civil government, and the pro¬
tracted rule of the -word. A- .-mancipa¬
tion wn a me own son and we submitted
to it : so i- iliL- Amendment, and we must
submit to it as a choice of evils. For all
the e.mseiuen -es in time to come, from
this and other departucs from the great
landmarks of liberty left by our fatliers, j
we are not responsible; and while we feel
that the act is hurtful to the whole Amer¬
ican pMffe and tliat time will prove it. 1
the law of self-preservation forces us to
give up a IsHiiless struggle, and save our- i
selves from that fearful condition of pub- '
lie atfViirs which ha- just now fastened
the hangman's noose aU.ut the neck of
Hurley of AhUmma. We lisU-ued the j
other day to a discu-sion in the Alabama
Senate, in which lliis Ui--tion was col-1
laterally brought up. There was much
indignant protest, many manifestations j
of that irrepressible American spirit that j
aches under wrong, anil shrinks from the
duress that f.irccs a euliscription to a d.-
trine oprjoseel to t'on-tlttitional right. '
Hut it w a- paiufuliy evident the warmest j
of senatorial sneakers were conscious of:
toe exigency ,,t" the reijuirement. It w-as '
the caged lion fretting against the bars, j
and there was no alternative but submit- i
i sion. And, now, that South Carolina :
iiasapopted the Amendment, it b-ci-rtain
i that the t'on-litutroiial majority of States )
needful to ratify it will be had. and the
ipje-tiou bec-ouies a barren issue. If w e j
i had any influence with menils-rs of the j
i Legislature we would exhort them 'see-
i ing that the deed was inevitable to exe-
! cute it quickly and bravely. It is an mi- .
manliuo? not worthy of statesmen, in
moments of national crisis, tostaud aside I
and be willing to see others put their
' hands to an act they confess ta be de- i
manded by the public safety, and yet take '
shelter from ersonal responsibility under
a vote against it. We do not believe
there Is a man in that IksIv, who if the !
responsibility rested on his single should-,
. ra. would not pass the Amendment ; and
yet we do believe that a majority of them
desire to have it passed, with their vote
in the negative. Mr. Houston made cap- I
ital in his recent election on the ground i
of opposition to the Amendment, yet now
that he Is choses, he sees tliat he cannot
reach hi- scat until it is adopted. Public
duty and tlie interests of personal ambi-j
Uon alike prompt him to wish the Amend¬
ment passed: vet his avowals as a late
candidate close his li(s. The njost deter¬
mined of tht opponents of the measure
declare that if there w ere any guaranty
that thi- was to h lite last eofilitiou ex¬
acted, and they could sv any limit to the
humiliating concession of principles, they
could consent anil endure the answer is,
mat there tt a ii.tuk and that is the
J 'it' ywrt.r at U ahiii;)t'jn. and th.
SEC. 3. Be it further enatied, Tliat all
the projierty, real and srsonal, exempted
bv the pn'it isions of this act, ujion the
J . t. ..r .. . I 1 .1 l. o . I ... i . , .1
widow a- the head of the familv during " , , "".u"; ",r ."-"v..o
her widowhood, for the use and benefit of h re-miration the sooner will the , x-
herself and children, and in the event of j Anions cease. It is hard for men of the
her marriage or death, to descend in like : -UIi 1,1 ''V,'!?' It.Vl
manner as other property dessnds bv the "JJ'- a,"t ,ha ,ne Irofthe rederal
laws of ,hi-StuteF ."-eninient over l!i-,
iio--u.r, Lrr- auiii'iiui ui iiic I leeaeni a-
the commander-in-chief of the armv and
Sec 4. B- it further enartrd. That
whenever anv Sheriff or other ofri.-er of !
shail have in ln-
1 property to levy and sale by vir-
such writ, then, and lu such ca-.
ii! lie the duty of such ottioer to sum-
. three disintereMteil citizens of the
:v, who shall on oath, to be aumin-
d tiy such ofrloer, declare and certify
her or not such speciiu- property i i
ipteii from such w rit by tliia act, or i
ty oilier law of this State. And in
vent that the -aid rituens, si. uni- ,
d and sworn, shall certify that the !
jroperty to te siiecifically descrilssl 1
b rwUflcate is pot exrtlipt, the said
r may proceed in the execution of
rit by the levy and sale of such
Tty, subject however, to all tl.e
in'lorcetu reference to indemnifying
execution Kales o.' otherwisi-pne-
ng the duties of Sherifia or Con.--
8. Be it further enacted, Tliat in
the more erlectually to.-arry out tin
sions of this act. the judgment debto; '
f defendant tn the w lit, sliall have
right ta designate siecinea!ly the
rty whh-h he, she or they claini un¬
tie provisions . .f the i xempli-iu ia -
t- s-taie, and no property so sMs-ih---
lesignateei shall lie-s-izi-J lv any offt-
es. the highest
tiehes's of liberty jilead to every Aui-ri-
I can free-mat! ftr a speedy peri-si to this I
iierilous condition ol trovernment. Kvi ry
i hour tliat it endures is full of danger, for
j great changes in tin- institutions of gov¬
ernment are sudden and insidiuous, an.!
I the freedom of a people may slip aw ay In
i a night. A single and h"loolle-w Aiujj
d'etat, liassetl France from a Kepuhlit- to
I s-'i TvttlTiipe in wn luair in ijir.iui. limu.
The nation went to bed under a polity of I
free lom, and woke UV lo find a ma-tcr. j
Are American, exempt from danger- !
which belong to all mankind ? Is it not I
tobe feared tliat the people will Uoime
inured to the riWenf the hayoru t Uidlearii
ta U-ar its yoke after long months of en-
durance. U,: u hasten then to do ait
thai i- rieci"9sary to re-e-taHish the reign ;
of civil law, and -Hid tlie Mtata tiack to
hat appropriate duty iii all free (iov.'ru-,
nients tim; of supporting the I ,'ox orn- i
aicn! in theenfore-ment of the law ami
t. holding the pillar-of libera! and e.tal-
PLANTATION ASD FAULT SUPPLES,
Bar and Boat Stares,
nlDCx, Llqaors, Segars, Klc,
XI'lTII one of the lanreat and beat assorted
Tf stocks ever hroucht to MemphLs, pur-
ouascl with eMpedal r.-it-retn-e to tlie wants of
the Kail and Winter Trade, our auoda are ail
received rrom first hands, and navlne been
tucht for cash and snipped previous to toe late
advance in frelghta, enables us Ui offer superior
!. Cash Bnyertt.
Our stock at present (and to which we are
makluz daUy addiuoosi, aonslsts in part of
30 Hhds. prime N. O. Sugars,
10 Hhds. prime P K. Sugars,
10 Hlid. X. I .i larined Sugars,
25 llbls. Crushed Sugars.
10 do Powdered Sugars.
2U Csks. Clear Sidxs.
BbbLs. Mens Pork.
10 Bxs. Breakfast Bacon.
10 do Beef Tongues.
5 Tierces Dried Beef.
-I'.i Kl.ls. Flour, as-orted brands.
SO Kegs Molasses.
S Hlf. Bbls. Molasses.
J) In..-. Molasses.
100 Kegs Nails, assorted.
KsJ Kits Xo. 1 Mackerel.
100 do 2 Mackerel.
100 do 3 Mackerel.
i5 do Mess Mackerel.
20 do Fresh Salmond.
50 Hlf. bbls. 1 and 2 Mackerel.
20 Bbls. Xo. 1 Mackerel.
2i) do 2 Mackerel.
20 do 3 Mackerel.
50 Dozen Bucketa.
21) Nests Tube.
25 Dozen Sieves.
60 Boxes Government Soap.
60 do Superfine Palm Soap.
23 Hlf. bbls. Deuby dt Day Whisky.
20 Bids. Whisky.
25 Cases fresh Blackberries.
25 Cases fresh Ra-plierries.
50 Cases fresh Strawlierries.
L"t ' ( ases fresh Cherries.
10 Cases fresh green Gages.
75 Cases fresh Peaches.
10 Cases fresh Cranlerry Sauce,
50 Cases fresh assorted Pie Fruit.
10 Cases fresh Spanish Olivea,
10 Cases fresh-Caters.
10 Cases fresh Clams.
10 Cases fresh Salmon.
5 Cases freh Mackerel in cans.
5 Cases fresh cooked Turkeys.
5 Cases fresh cooked Chickens.
5 Cases fresh Mincemeat.
10 Cases Borden's Condensed Cream.
10 Cases Borden's Condensed Milk.
50 ( 'ases Soda Crackers.
50 Sacks choice Ria Coffee.
50 Packets old Rio Gov't Java Coffee.
30 Chests choice Green and Black Teas.
12 Bags Singapore Pepper.
o nags juajpeDa.
SO Cases Wheeler 4 Merritt's Pickles,
gals., i gals, and qurts.
50 Cases best brand Cove Oysters.
20 Cases spiced Oysters,
uo 'ases Bird Eye Pepper Sauce.
50 Cases Tomato Catsup.
30 'ases assorted barrel Jellies.
25 Fresh Pineapples in glass.
20 ('ases fresh Pineapples in 2$ cans.
io i..g mine i,ea: lartl.
0 Cases P. and Merrill's Portable Lem¬
50 Bbls. Cole's F F F G Flour.
SO ases Coleman's Mustard.
20 Cases genuin Olive Oil.
50 Baskets Piper Ueidsick Wine.
50 iross assorted Toilet Soaps.
60 Boxes German Soap.
W Half bh!s. raw Herring.
10 DjX. London Club aiauce.
H Iioz. Currie Powder.
5 Cases X X Cream Tartar.
1 Case Nutmegs.
10 Gross small Blueing.
IS lVz. assorteii Brooms.
25 IXi. Clothes Lines.
U t'..ils Wheel and Well Rope.
25 Nests Market Baskets.
3.1 Da. Washboards.
25 Bbls. tine Old Bourbon and Rye.
2 Casks Otard and Hennessey Brand v.
5 f "asks Claret Wine.
26 Gnus Railroad, Steamboat and Great
100,000 Cigars of the finest imported and
domestic brands. ,
50 Piecua Bagging.
M Coils Rope,
All rood guaranteed as represented, and da
lnered in the city fJtES OF CUAHOB.
TOOF, B.HIIAIPS CIRODK,
riov.VSm nols l orurr Court and Front Sta
I will Oder mr entire utoc t of Fall and Winter
th-v (eaodlat an liamcnM roducttoa. Thastock
roTtfti.t of erer-rtbtng generallj kept in a nrw-
claai Iiry Ooodii Hoose for Katnliy and Planta¬
tion Buopiioa. ollowi :
ruin and Tig'd Bl'k Sllkt, all rrades,
" " eolflrrd " "
Mnlre-intlquR Silks, all shade,
Raiprets Hoths. Baretnea (lothm,
I'rcnch and Krjilsh Merinos,
Paramatta and ftUrette Cloths,
Plain and Figured Drhafnea,
Plain Black and Colored Alparras,
Ouern" Cloth, Plain, Striped and I hk'd.
Frrnrh. Engltsn and Irish Poplins, all
A full anortmact of
Ladies' and Gent's Inderwear
AT GREATI.T REnrCETl PRICES.
Cloths and Cassimeres
AT EASTER l-RICES.
w. C. Nixox 8. R. Wood 1. H. Howmx,
I .ate of Brownsville, Tenn.
SAM. T. Raan, tAta of tha arm or
NIXON, WOOD & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Pealan In
F1 -A. W C Y
White and Colored Flannels at im¬
Blankets from $8 to 840 per pair,
Colored Blanketa very cheap,
Jeans, Linseys and Kerseys.
A very exteastva stock of
Balmoral and Hoop Sklrta at naif Price.
BROWN AXD BLCH'D DOMESTICS.
27 fi Main, and 17 Court Sis.
Great Reduction in Dry Goods!
8 TORA (i h, STORAGE
MACK BROS, i BOHM.
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Boots, Shoes, Etc.,
332 MAIN STREET, 332
Memphis, T n n
sitand formerly occupied by Spaed, Donono A
Wa would renpeetfiiUy oall tha attention of
purchasers generally to 'Mir Immense new atock
of roods received during the laat few days, con¬
sisting, in part, of erery deaenption of
Boots and Shoes,
Brown and Bleached Domestics,
Shearing 10, II and 12 qr.,
Towels and Towelings,
And every description of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
finally kept by merchant in onr Una. Wa
aan amy, with Impunity, that we haw aa large
and aa well assorted a stock as can be found In
The Southern States,
And will aelt
LOW ai can be bought any¬
Conaequeuce of Changa of Finn,
take place January 1st,
7b Merchant, and the Trade generally,
we can and wUl offer great
Wnm. Burton, of SJomervilia, Tenn.,
Henry Cocke, do
Herace KaeTes, do
Foanie Black, ' Sk ! an d . Mlsa
Roberet B. A be math v. Panola. Miss.
John P. Wood, KrowusTllle. Tenn.
Cdwin A. bpottowood, Muiaphia.
W. si. Eaatatan, do
Thomas W. Johnson, do
M. F. McMahon, do
I. O. Ualdwlo, do
James M. Uieks, do
wautaa aao'a. o. bujcwh. c. a. araas.
WALKER, BRO S. & CO.
WHOIJSALE ASD RETAIL
DEALB18 IX Hm & STAPLE
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, and Plantation Supplies
No. 229 Iain Street, Clay Mm
IT. Mpinlillr call ib Attotloo of Horn CUh
Baywrw loour Uki-gti avnti well aelectetl stock tT
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
A-nd every other variety of good ojually kpp
in a flrst flam jkblbkmut ; all or wolcii have
been parrhaaed '' our reattlent p&rtnera ua
Cloods Dallj Arriving.
We purchase exalanlreiy for CAAH, hAvinz all
the advulaea of one or more or oar firm
watching the Embetn markLete. We are tben-
fore aide to sell goods at aa low rales an any
house ia the city.
Oar Clothing Department
Arestorked with an amount, larger than anv
that has ever been brought GO tnls market, ex-
preastr adapeed for a Bonthern trade, and
msjjulasjtured at our
Xo. 220 North Third Street,
It consist! of about
10,000 Suits of Clotking,
Banging from $12 50 to lino a suit.
OIK FIBMSniMi STOCK
1 replete, with new Iota nl all description, of
good dally arriving.
Call Before Purehasins Elsewhere.
WALKER BRO'S. & CO.,
Til 6RKAT IWESTI0M OP THE 16E.
Or double HCeel Hprlng)
8 K I H T,
WEHTH', BRADLEY A CARV,
Bole Proprietors and Manufsclnrera, r. i bata-
ben and 70 and M Reade street,
This Invention coasiste of Duplex for two)
and pleasom to anv lakty w
Ellipi.ie -kirt .1
In all crowd
easily and eo
A lady hav
and great coi
ue. For Chi
i ereiit comfort
aring the implex
Irt for aKiuglcday wi.l
ly dlftpeUNe with tbelr
les and young ladle
I witk two rdy double
wear twice a long a
: Which Is nsed on all
37 Mfkdi.son Wtreot. 87
Mi lupliU, Te nneiavce,
YaTOm J rpape3tfu(ly inform his
W m nnd fn pnhtlc gffnerally,
t he la
Isjulies Ojnter ftaloou.
The are Inform, that a flnr n!n In
HOW T,M.tCtl, Wli.-fe- ibt-v
Kly ter- in e very y laCaflb
ALU nUve siud courUouJ
i a 1th
Tticy have a-rrarigenienta irtth the KaiJoadj in
tlie Mingle yarn covf
irtnl. sdefl rroop-ki
on every aairt are al
or double covered Ui
Mifttl Off '!- M
Atalrs, Htorte t-TW, eu., el., whb
conotaatly tmmm to when lu use
All aro made of the uew and el
tapes, anil are tha best tiuailty ii
giving to tits weur-r the ntoat gra
lighted most deslra
n niii'-ai hl.. cr u
For sale In all first.
Retail, lo tint city,
Htaten and i amide..
Mouth America, ami the West ludut
- iaqnfre ror the Unplex Mlipilo or
IWstthle MfrriHK Wtirt,
BradleyV I)uplr KIWptitf Skirl.
Combining eler;anee, Ughtnesn, dumbillty,
comfort and economy, and unquestionably the
nwoMt desirable artli-le male- For sale whole¬
sale and retail by
Wanassi brothers a oo.,
'Xi Main St., corner ("oortsT.
i oat era eft.) nnI 'wr-
s Qt.uett.on:t,!y the
utuforuible and eco-
rtores. Wholesale and
nmghout t!..! l iitud
mm d t-UbS, Mexico,
Bradlej'rs Uiipltiria FlWyrtr Skirt.
Very flexible, folded easily when In us, to
occupy a small spane, and an artirle of superior
excellence. For sale. In all styles, at the
SOUTHERN FA LACK
NIXON, WOOD A CO..
3& Main St.
Bra4lley'n OupSex EWptle Skirl.
Is of th- 'est material, style and manafacture,
and tlM toost gnwful. durable and economi¬
cal skirt made. Kir sale by
RICE, KTTX CO.,
to&t and 307 Main street.
Bradle lnph Kill tU Skirt.
The moat popular and Uexiwo in use For
WAXJOSB BROs. a ro,
229 Main Street. Memphis. Tenn.
Bradley's IupIox i:iliplie Skirf.
Is the beat quality in every pjirt, gracetul
la shape, and being flexible, make tlie most
atyUsh, comfortable and economical skirt worn.
For sais by
MACK BROTHERS A BOHM
nov25-2m uI Main stxet.
P. Gleimtick Jb Co.,
6un and Pistol HanufiM lun rs,
Shot Gun', Rifle and Pistsls ; (.on Imple¬
ment. ASaSMSIilon, sad baa Mate¬
rials Tor tianiukfrV rr.
Fan-y Good, Xotin., CnUery.
Ifo. 352 Front Mrwl.
Between lTnlon and Gayuao,
nova 2m MEMPHIS. TETN.
With Reaponxible ExureM nonanlm
To All Parts of the I nited Statrs
mint ii ei rope.
FreUih: of .-U1 kind
MLsh'Ksippl and Tennessee
Vll Tlail to Grenad-'i .
OM.V OXE I II l ,,!; ()J i I ft ".
2?n"5,,,!J7' !0lr rvmhe, Wli. 1MB, trains
tjjjj. ! will run as loisowa :
ln GOI1TG SOUTH
i t.Te Memphis at - , t .- .T. rinm.-,
sawSs4uave.arrmD.ati,.nait, M mrl
I -care Grenada at T a. s M.,u-laTa We.ine-
daya ass Fridays. arnn
FARE REDUCED TO .9.
Mevrkjanra -an be furrvrshed with
Tsrir of ti-dnrrd Kate af tr
By eaTtlss at HuperlntenJent ' Offlre. eom-i
of Main ana Beal f reeta, np stair, after Satur-
fsiiilin by thia mat hT-
N N IOHT HA SG r
'iunlbMMB Iave the ilfflee.
No. Sf2 OaTfemo Street
A a. ... nnd will i"al! ftir Paaaenjwj In an
part ,,t the Ctty.
A. s. r IVERMORE,
Commercial Erpress Company
In fiance of
Special & Trnstwortiij MoseBSPrv.
AT BEASOWABLZ RATES.
Sessriaa JAS. larnB Hwpl.
OTKF. TO Mill' 1'f.KS
The Memphis and Charleston
ilmnia, Miswiixij.pi. IMiisiaria ATitiv.
peelal eafsvjeassr' dlspavhed reiraiarly o
c OrIr:-.n.a and SL Loni.a.
UNION IRON WORKS
AND AKS) KTM ENTtS ElillJlL TO A.NV IN ,
Silver "VYrare & Cutlery. !
Ail kmdfi of work done In the best manner ;
We have a flrst claes ARTIST ln oar PHO-
TOORAFHH . u i.t:uv
F. H. CLARK A O0L
rornerof Main and Madiaon streets.
d ClUaficatuu lLrtii
IpaJ m !
IV ra tar,
l)eeatnr Jun tlon,
Hun s villa,
Adams Street near Bayou,
uSIiil)-. aSc (i till II,
CHICKERINC a SONS'
Grand and Square
South & East of Chattanooga,
Anil la sitationn on
MiMinsippi Centra Kail Raetd, ad'
(Wnrriin to Watt C. Bbadtobxi,)
imente now nianulturerl. They
1 JrtV pnze meiiajs over alt eom-
We Offer Our Entire Stoek of
TITUS' WARE HOUSE, 7,v
or xeite any property exempt fnuii
i levy or seizure, he shall be liable t"
iet i. .ii of i f. -j -1- or oil die cade at
suit nf the debtor or of the liartr iu-
BC C. Be it further mar-ted. That
pern , real ir iersonai, pun-riaseu aiiu
not naitl f'r hall i
this act as aaiust
vendor ; nor shall
tie to defeat tlie ri)
a.s aifaiust hia teui
ntiaed on demise"
KB. . 7. Be itfu
l.t shall be const
tlie exemption lai
u.tendeil Ui repeal
than tiiat the an
embraced, shall &t
after its pi-sare.
tie held by virtue of
the rurhtful lein of tin-
Ibis act i- so construed
htfui lein of a lan.uord
nt, an tar an the crop
history or two puvtisgn.
A liondou paper tells the following:
Dp rri -ttljisrt of paintinir, I will
ineiition to you an anecdote which I ;
betas! rrishffl by HofHaml, a celebraleil j
latnl.-aie c lUipoeer, regard iiu; two of the I
lisiet pieturis which ari in this or any
itber country ; they are the w .rks of the j
immortal t'laudc. A nobleman, whose, ;
name I now IkaqBrt, pnreliawsl i hem in
Italy, ami sen- them otr tc tnkt coun¬
try, directed toa friend, w ith instructions
for him to pay the duty upon them, I
which amouuusj to twenty -seven pounds i
and eleven shilllnir, and to preserve j
tbeui carefully uatil his reluro. Xneac
instruciiins tlie fn.-nd never received:'
and when the pictures were landed j
at llover, notx.ly lieitnr there to make
any inquiries about them, they were !
sei.i-u oy tlie otneers ot tne port tor nou- j
payment of duty, and were put to public
auction, a i custoiuari- in these cases,
for that purrs me. HtranRe to say, there
was no one who had dL-ccrnment enotuth I
lo cc the merits of these Htupemlous
Troduce a ii.l Merchandise generally on
Le.ee, foot of Exchange street.
lime at Warehouse, and S3U Front street.
GEO. ARNOLD A CO.,
Storage, Forwarding. aul ''"inmiiwlirn Mar-
chanla, Memphia, Tenueeaee
71. K. This Warehouse being located on the
River, Shippers anil others will And It much to
their advantage to store with ua nolSlin
I a a. i arli.
ts In this ai-t
he former acte
fed. That ttu
irce from atni
it is to
kius 1 1
llll SPl.tlatU A 111. HIS.-..
.eullemeu of the liouee of Bepreaenlativea :
The reasfMniblihi: of i ni-rc. mark-
.iii. a. it ibass the iifoeelou of our na¬
tional history, Is always rei
tntereat bv the people for w
ItiTielate. But it i not unsa
::, i -i.- tiior- than ever la-lore,
South, Ea-st and West, are lookiu.
Hie t ongress wuitsh opens its tirat
sion to-day, with a earnestness
-ol: nude "unequaled on similar
lowering over us; and, alter a nine
month's absence, ongress resumes its
legislative authority in these oouncii-
i - .ii ui? that 'from shore to shurt-
iii our laud there i- j-acc. Its duties are
a- ohviuua as the sun's pathway in the
begveus. lUiirkiseiiluig in lis two
I. a. Burnett. ; a. a. rt-ss uorsss
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTOKS
(it'ueral (ommlssln Mrrrhaiits,
No. 82 Broad Street,
To J. W. Fage, Jr., President Com-
m.r.-ial Bank; Messrs. Tate, GUI. Able Co.
M.-ssn. Ijicey 4 MrGse. M.-esrs. Mnrpky 4
l .'se . .,. .!.. nr!-e, I!lonl o. noAV i::
tirst w a to proceed
this the nobleman arrived
and instantly wrote to his
his protierty. You luiv ini-
I I what Was liis surprise 1
d reUirned fnr answer that I
lie v as entirely ivti'-rant of i..-h tliiuiis i
b Htruck hi in
and, after sev-
ral Imiuliies, he at last found
J his treasures thrown by in an old ware-
room, amidst a heap of i-onriscaled rub-
hish. 11- paid the twenty-seven poundi
I and eleven ahilluigs joyfully, and the
pictures were jriveu up to him. Two
j years after this, those pictures were put
! up for aale, and purchased by Mr. Beck-
j turd, of Konthlll Abbey, for twelve thou-
I sand guineas; when that geulleinau sold
THUS. T. liKEAS,
Furuisrly f . T. Ur.wn 4 Uro.
AS L L. SLAT,
Uiou having over-
:al Stale (ioveru-
11 ia yours to 111a-
i-m which, with
1 a liasis of eudur-
ntet all uectsary
I were again put to tlie lia turner, and
j tsiifht by Augerstsin hrr an advance of
I thrwe tho;:-iid guineas, making the sum
njblic nroperty, they were takeu at a
valuation 0 sixteen thousand guineas,
ami tliey are, at this moment, the
taxst splendid 01 uameuts in the British
SSa.Tlie fallowing story aliout Mr.
Davis is told by th." FoTtress Monroe cor¬
respondent of the Boston Travetter :
due of the privates of h twentieth
Maine regiment, who settled in North
all Uieil hi their inaiienabVrig
plause. The World should 1
this great work the most
dlelitv, the most eamt-st
inflexible j 1 ,jh v
llevol i,.i, I LM.
their more c
Tlien we ma
and once a
de otwd lo
Chile of U
y, ths( truest pair', -ti-m, Hnd
4 Statesmaiiship. Men Ly the
of thousands hsvi (lied that
Llic might live. The eiuhleuisof
g have darkened the White
; I the cabin alike. Bui the tire,
ar have melted every fetter in
au i proved the funeral pyre ot
It is for your represeiita.liv.-
tr work as utitiifiiiiy and a wei;
i- fearici saviors of the Union on
re dangerous arenas of duty
hope to set- the vscani
jidoued seats around us
ug mm, until this Hall
I Representatives from
ml district, their hearts
the 1 in-ui for which
to leafislate, jealous
ud of its glory, watchful
4 hostile to its eneiuios-
II our banner that iialwl
they n presen ti-i ar-
T. T. Green Co..
mm F VCT0RS.
And Dealers in
Plantation A Family Kupplivw,
BOAT AMD BAR STORES, ETC.,
No. 370 Main Street, Prorine Block,
"ITAViNi; liesnmi-d the Grocery and Com-
r I saissi umneesln Memphis, we rcspeat-
fuily tuvite the sttentlon of our old friends and
,-ut..iiiers scattered throughout West Tennisv
- .North M !ssis.vrii snii iltansas tothelarge
an l varied stock of Groceries, Tobacco, Segars,
w ,nee, Ltnuor. etc which we have Just re-
ceiTed eassH from nasr iianiis. Keeling
sured that entire sm isfactlon will be given to
thine who may favor us with their patronage,
we Invite them ta call before purchasing else-
a bere, as we aredetermine.1 to sell aa low as
any bouse in the city. Give us a triaL
iinwi mad, 011 liiumeuta of Cot-
tlcularattantu.il given to sals of
eld lm) T. T. UREFS 4 ivy.
i m arms
with a n
iuibtof loyally than ever be
plause. Invoking the guidai
He asked to
lent ion of h
rieii at !'
I on foot to Nor-
was found within
la- allowed lo write to Mr. 1
the request was granted,
doubts, however, ui the ln-
ts caiitur. he brilsrd a rebel
ake another halter, Slid
W. A VIOLKT. I W. C BLACK. SAM'L HCSIlgaSOS.
It . A. Violet st
Omce: 138 Uravier Street,
ssme our old Grocery Trade ln the
oiinrctiou with the
': will re
? FaU, in,
otton I ai-loritgc Hnslna.
ibe meantime we wUl attend to the sale of
IT'iN Mti'l other product, and purchasing
iiitsiioii siuppues: and will make prompt
les and recnituuices for any consignments
1 trusted lu our care.
i" W. A VIOLET CO.
1 bis arrival the guard was
th an order to return. It
-die Mr. Mavis and wife tar-
'!,d. previous to the war, this
r,-,l Mr. llavis some si.T vice,
1 uy sviug the life of
the iatter is on his u-mv
bale with Dobbins i Co., 21 Front street, has
removed to S3 Adams st , with
MrKarn, Dske t Co.,
bs hsppr to serve bj friends
Crsx-eriew nnel Snppliea
Of everv description.
to intercede fur his dehverer.
Is- tritd 1
oa the el
way to a
t. He bad
thai one member had 'iHx-ii
- for the measure, and U-inn
1U xrave r
take the 1
Tb debt of Hwjth Carolina is $6,-
suflVieut luajority to pass the orduiam-e
over the veto. I puu thia the Council,
hy a vute of thirteen to ten, impeach. !
the Mayor, charging him as follows : Re¬
fusing to d me 1 Large the duties of the office
Of Mayor of the city of lvouisviUe.
R. P. WALT & OOn
Wholesale dealers la
Provisions, Eour & Froduce,
Cement, Plaster, Hair, Etc.,
Ho. 6 Bradley Bloek,
Lad it' ( iottk.
-Hosiery and Notions,
Bttots and Shoes.
Unprecedented Low Prices.
Ai we have
DETERMINED TO SELL OUT
E N T I HE STOCK,
Prior to January 1st, wa are Ji-epareu to
OFFER GREAT INDUCEMENTS
AVIVG WITHDRAWN, THE 25TH
lav Of BBSS MaitIi ehsbi the ..evi-m.! tlrnis of
Lull. McKWKN 4 TliuMAS: THu.MA.si.
I'I'KE A I'll.: TAVl.oit. McKWKN. DI'KK 4
CO.. 1 have recently opened
So. Z29 Main Street.
them to b Melertetl hy th1 BIllMl
Puuumtx who have viatted this am
alsto thi moat eminant rtMeaL pi
their public perform; in cm and pi-Wat
iiTH anooubUMiij the Mnt and Ctua
in the MnrkH. W. V. CULBUR!
Western Agent, fti Weat Fourth
not proTlded with ;
prepayment in Metn-
ta en Xtaaiaaippi Centni Rail-
tl w 1:110 at ciuuige uf can at
t to pofnta on Mobile an! Ohio
, muat arrantcs So receive and
fir guotla at- Oirinrn. as no !
b3en niasia with thai road to I
Steaat Easines Saw Mills,
French Bbit firlst Mills t Smattern
ALWATS Oy HA5B.
SS-pianlaUon and Steamboat repairs sseeti: . v
n-.nt of local
So. 23 Jefferson Street,
ReUfiil Clothing Bouse,
Ho. 918 Front Street.
Retail Ih-y Goods House.
SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!
IS doing to Paris for new Goods, isho lias
Hair and many Kancy Articles at greatly-
reduced prices, to elose out tier present stouk
and make roam for ber new stock. Ladies hi
need of anv goods lu her line will do well ut call
on her. Yon will be sure to got very good bar-
B n,,,, call at Madame w. Lsvigne's Ladles
lrTir of Fnsklou, No. 3o6 Main street.
OUR NEW SKIRT
FRENCH ELASTIC SPRSNC,
The Greatest DLseovery
Of tns at-e, and tlie latest invention nf the
angina ruanufuuturers of Ciiuollne in the .
Have a rrputnlim which Sj prerleunr tle a BSSj
ss Hilrian.- merit. Durintt the past v ear these
Skirts have Iieen adopted throughout tlisi
eonntry he all the leailing 1ST ii.sl Houses.
" Jiach skirt lsstamped with a CROWN npon
the linn.l None aec genuine without It."
THOMSON, LANOCS t CO.,
Manufacturers and rau-ntees
311 Brusulwuy, Nww York.
JAS. G. MOFFATT, and
Have made arrangements for the above Goods.
ASK FOR THOMSON'S
FRENCH ELASTIC SKIRT.
GEORGE A. PRINCE ft CO.'S
Automatic Organs and Xelodeons.
T-ate ImproTementa have added rratly to the
popuiaxitv of theea Jnatly ee1hrtssl inatrn- j
wants. Iheir durability aud atmpliclty ol oon-
trnt iiitn r' orumt'nd them to ail who Intvnd
purvhaaing fur Vhreh, SnhbntK Srhetoi nr Pwior. I
W. Jr CtJi.Bl.'HlV,
r. Wtitil t'oarth street, i lnciniuut.
W Agents wanted in Kentucky, Tennsaee '
Weed's Sewine Machines,
After twelve yars' exptrrienee, have bNn pro- ' i
noamvl by the Ix-st jnlgea to be ths best In the f i
1 ii, - . t ; will hpw ' 'otton, llk or 101x11110
aa. An at.ont wantrj in Naahvilie.
We give butter Endocemenhi than any Com-
I pany :u the marker.
v . r. ft utw; k a t ia,
novJS Idp ft! Weat if'uurtii SC. CincuinaLU O.
I freight to po.nra
Ladiiig should Tie sent to P. M. Pat- '
Ito., Agents Memphis and Charleston i
No. i'l Court wtreet. Memphla.
Mnhis ac-i OiarUAroItl. WM. A. ROBINSON -It CO.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
I W. A. RoBrwrv, of quinfry dt BoMnson.
J. O. tokb, late ot "Uk-) A Tavlor. Mem phi..
; B. iilCKOLBo. T. R Hrvitaat. rormeriy with
iuinby t tat neon.
nad Company wtl;
mj to uij of tlie
thin I.inTe (
w inch haa re
FTER a fripTTwi
f'var yean, ate ag
war. and therehy
licit! the rriirn
t ot tha Stattsh ami
it rate rouiUn .
RolUiif tork. 'aii
CROVER & BAKER'S
Will be Offered
WHOLESALE C ASH Bl VERS.
MACK BROS. & BOHM,
No. 261 Main Street,
Oppoaite Court Square.
NEW STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
WHICH 1 PROPOSB
TO SELL AT PAIR PRICES
JOHN F. THOMAS,
7Z7 Second Street, Adams Block,
noU-lm Bet. Adams and Jefferson Sis.
The Highest Premiii
Opera and Fvening Fans,
Latest and bsautlTn 1 designs.
Dress and Cloak Trimmings,
for Christmas Presents.
At a big KeikucUon.
Black Cloths and Cassineres, '
Of the best quality.
Cheap at Wholesale or Retail.
2S7 Main and 17 Court street Memphis.
EXTRA HEAVY SILK
SHIRTS & DRAWERS.
KOKESOV Mi . 4 HEM. A CO..
272 Second Street.
Brussels. Three Ply, Ingrain and Tw Ply.
Cocoa, Manilla and all Kinds of
floor and Tabl? Oil Cloths,
CURTAINS, WINDOW SHADES,
Gilt Mouldings and all kinds of Upholaterinc
'. 375 Main Street,
(Jackson Block,) MKMPHm, TXNN.
TTAMNO been encssred In th sJxrre bnal-
11 'kiss lu thscoty sine ma, sad connected
with the best houses. Is a guarantee rjiat I will
give satisfaction ln all my trahsaetloins.
- Tlaln J.RI tiilLABErt.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
ursKrymn and Floweret,
Offers a large stock of
Magnolias, Tree Box, Hoses, DaJ iiiss,
Etc., Etc., Etc
AlSO-APPLE, PEACH AND PKAR TREES.
Orders promptly and oarefnlly OJled.
Br Peter Qlsdewltz, executed at so ort noUco.
Orders left at
Cratrs Seed store, 319 Iran Street,
tor Trees, PlanU or Flowers, or for Landscape
Oiir.len.ng, will bs attend od to at reasonable
Sags! Mags'.! Mags!!!
HIGHEST PRICE IK CArSH Pakl r Woolen
anil t'muin Ksnk MutU and f
unou. Hemp RopeTOstany and Case, , ,
Also, Old Brass, Iress, Copper. Zinc, Broken
i Uses and Empty Bottles, etc
Cotton Received on Conslgnnent,
Ample Room for sasrage.
Keoiember the Number,
3B3 t'yynt Strssssy.
Between I oiou and lis vest ,
Under the Sbel by Urn is.
dsa-lw lKA AXtcLNia i ib.
Oral all competitors, at the BtsU Fairs of New
tort, Vermont, mws, inuiana, a,i.-niau.
y. I enssyivania. usi
I ii M srv repis-!jiL.le
Institute and County Fair,
held in 136.
sad ores-on, and t
Thews machines are adapted to all descriptions
of work. They hem, fell, cord, tuck, uulit, bind,
braid and embroider, with equal facility. They
are simple, durable, easy managed, and net
liable to got out of order ; reoulre no rewinding
of thread; work equally well with silk, cotton
or lines; on cotton, silk, linen or woolen fab¬
rics, and are the only machines that sew per¬
fectly, an i embroider perfectly.
Sale room 303 Main Street,
All kinds of
Ladles' and Children: Garments.
Made np with neatness and dispatch.
Emhroldery, braiding, cording, tucksiug, quit-
ing, etc., done at low in tea,
303 Main Street,
Over Maii'Sfleld's Drug Store,
delOlm STJSJfPSIS. TK!fir.
One Faet Worth HUM) ftemffttOM
NORTH, MURPHY & MASON.
WHOLE ALB DKALEBS IK
Fancy Goods and Stationery,
Xo. 333 faeooiid SI reel.
J0) Bnp So. 1 sold chop lire rrarke n.
400 linn' torfiedoes.
100 troii Soman rruiilles, asserted lis.
10 i.ross si ri'.-ki'i.
:00 brossst.rnents, trlancles. znhoo-
prn, pin wheels spangletten, llonr pots,
I.j00 Boxes aiHorted randj toy,.
:U)0 Bote'' new raisins layers.
A splendid assorttueut cake uruaments
wtiipiseis, will iiud it to their interest w ship 1
by thfc roote. as lowest rates and short time are
Thrnngh Receipts given by
G. FALLS fc CO.,
Agents B. Jt O. M. M
23 FR. -XT STREET.
Rsdsrrlag to tlie abo.
Quinsy A Robinson b
onsuiuirrs and the pu
give the new arm a tri
will give all their casto
Plambini: and to Pipe Works
Luna JL' Jlailon
MM Main Stiwat, MTMFITT!", YX2CS.
All kin.." if punipn, g-w Lxtaraa, br.aawork,
ittl and :roa pips for salt- at a ainail .wrr.iiKtj
oa r.a.f''rn pri:tM.
A llhwral 'iLst-fMint. ro th tratl-.
Th ifcvaa k -
r i-ei -a fruni IVew V
u tlie trade by
are aii fretla. and lu-f 1
k- direct. For sale K
r sale Kv fa
J. It. '-M' . T O..
VliKlin I-P.-vrfO bltwfc.
A. Oo haltz.
A r FOB
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Awarded tbtv Highest Premium
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR,
JtLRi neld In London, Kna.. where all the Ma-
i. : t-es i Europe and America were ln compe¬
tition. Aleo, at the
EVERY UNITED STATES FAIR
At which Sewlsg Machines have been exJMh-
itsd and Is the only Machine usingthenew
style Glass i loth Pressor. 'order, Braider.
Hemmer ami Feller. Also Quilu, IV-a, Bind
and itaJce o GaUter and Sue it on a Band ai the
fame sens, Is the only Ms chins making the
" Lock-tttltch, isjllte un both side, aud using
less threat! than any other,) with the ' Rota¬
We offer Uie .-i; ..... Machines, with a snpplr
of thread and flxtores, at St Louts prices.
GIto instrncUon s free, and warrant each ma¬
chine three yea; a.
jfo. 233 Street, Clay Building.
SO North Fiilh St., St. Louis, Mo.
Send for a rtn-ular.
All kinds of cwstom work dons st the short¬
est notice, and at reasonable rates. del-lm
At NIPUEN A REAKKBTX.
-ajTANTKIi 250,000 acres of nrat quality in
Tt everv respect, IMPBOVEIi IXlTTON
tJaNLss. l.-cated in Shelby., TlpUin and Hnr-
woisi "KUnUes, Tenn.; Marshall, IssHoto, Tu-
nlcu. Pan.. la, Coahoma, Bolivar, Washington,
ssstliin ":, Yazoo aud Madison counties. Miss.;
Crifieii'i. ,,, Pniiips, i hicot, ueauer, Atnianssa,
MU- Ktsih ii. ami Monroe counties. Ark.
Partii-s 1-sirlngtosell will furnish ns imvk-
ntATKLY with diagrams and accurate dewrip.
Hons wuti Casb terms
Lands with any Incumbrances are not wsiu-
sd. unless they can bs easily and quickly re¬
SPEEJV DONOHO, POITE CO.,
Madison st, Deekito Block, (op stairs).
Msnipuia, Dmc 8, Woo-dsd-lw
IT IS A FACT,
That wa have a better stmsji of I foods in our
Line than can be found in
New York or Philadelphia
LET THIS FACT
Be borne In mind by the Town or Country Mi r-
chants who vilt. Memphis to Buy lioods let
them note THESE FACTS ln their memory,
and call upon us.
Embraces In all their Varieties:
Combs, Buttons, Threads. Hosier), (iloies,
Shirts and Farnlshlni; boods, Per-
fnmesy. finishes A Toilet hoods.
Soaps, etc.. Cntlerx, Perrus-
klon Caps. Dress Trim¬
mings, Braids and
Cap, Letter and Note Paper, Plain and Fancy
Stationery, Looking Glasses. Violin Strings,
Dolls. Balls and Marbles, Wallets, Purses,
Jewelry, Bags, Purses, Belts, Klbbons,
Belting, Fishing Tackle, Hoop
Skins and Corsets, Nubias,
Sou tags. Comforts, Buck
Gloves. Silk Ureas Cord,
Don't Fail to Calt and See Is at
233 piECO.VD STREET.
C H 1 1ST .A. 1 L ALL,
No. 224 1-2 Main Street, Memphis
Opposite Woraham nonce,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
CMaa, &Iass ani foeensware,
Wooden and Willow-Ware, Stiver-Plated and
BriUtnnia Ware, Looking Oxaatea, L'oai uii
Lam pa. Table Cutlery, and Houae-
aieeping Goods geaerally.
ROLANDO F. ARATA,
Wholesale and Retail Confectioner
and Drr Fruits, Nuts, Raiaina.
uatea, jsaaava, rrfaei-ves, noBH
anil new. etc.
Corner Thinl and Jeffermn Streets,
(Oppoalte the Poatoflloa.)
N. B. Frah oy-Osjrs aJway kept on hand by
the can, for the accommodation of farailten,
and warranted good. novio Jin
STAR PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
Being the flrst to make
LIFE SIZED PHOTOGRAPHS,
In Oil, in this City. Painted bv
Captain John. R. Sanders. C. S. A..
Of grest celebrity throughout the gonth.ln
On aceountof the Inn-eased demand for these
large paintings, the proprieturTnas, at grest cs
Einse, employed the celebrated Boston oolorfst,
las KstiLT H. r; un. who is unrivaled in.
this country, ln India ink. Crayon or Water
Colors, and puri-hased the LarmeM Solar ejnmrra
made, can prodnce any sized picture, fnim the
smallest to twi'-e the sizi? of life.
Special attention psid to copying old Ambro-
types. Daguerreotypes or Photographs, and en¬
larging them to lite size, and coloring them lu
any style of art, equsl to any work done tn this
country or l-.un.pn.
Our Upaleottpn .-unnot bs excelled.
Our Card Photographs and Ambmlypes war¬
ranted lo glv- perfect satiafactiwn.
Persons from the country should alt for Pho¬
tographs tlie day beliire they want them, as
they cannot lie Onlshtsl the same day and luuUe
Cnemlcals, Ipparatas, ilbams, Cases, etc.,
At Wholesale antl Hettul.
Vine Hold, cfilt, Rosewooil, Ebonv and Union
Frames, from the smallest to life size, the
Lanc-'Sl Assortment In the cltv.
H. A BAU ri, Proprietor,
no2-lm as Main street. Memphla
Xo. 33 Union Street.
signs. Banners, sod Transparencies done with
nssFnsiw ami diApatoli. no.tt-im
No. ;i V runt Street. Meapkis, Trnaessee.
Keep constantly on hand i
Whisks, etc. Dealers will fli
est to e.Tnmtns onr stock
eLsewhri-u. All unlors promi
LI H BMt: I. l-HBER!
M. E. Cochran,
apeeto a similar state of things -n !
il Ivujiin Him.l. How Ion the llalti.
hio Itiio.-oal can suuiii the aurnlus T.iiTTfi'M'T'rW si A TP V SA 4 V V D
pressure rem.uns to be seen." ' -.wa --" .nast-r.
i. Fr.r a col
i -ni i.-, h.v.' ii. i..re A 'Jtuo Ksilnssd. .
mbmph-is. Nov is. ia-.-.. nois-im I A.rjy ubxebal iri x wonrryn.
Ho. 11 Jassnrson Street. Between Third
Fourth streets. -
HemplifH and t harleston Raiiroail.
r Lcks, 3 Ces, iron
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and alter W SDN ESI) A T . tha Wh Instant
the tnkina on the Mruphia anl( harleaiwu KsUl
road will run DAILY, as followa:
aaunery , iron
Leave Memphis at
Arrive at rssd Junction .
Arrive st Corinth
Arrive at Decatur
Arrive at Stevenson
rs r. sr.
ir r. st.
7:.tS a. a.
aan r. a.
. :: J) r. a.
. 1:24 A. M.
. ,'.:JB a. sr.
A always on hand s
Uuildisg Lumber, c
Arrive at Decatur-
Arrive St. Corinth -
Arrive at IJrnnd Junction
Arrive . Memphis -lo a. n.
The Conncotioa by this Kuote
ALL RAIL AD SO STAGOG.
Than by Any Other Route.
V'hite Pine, l-l1, and
Id Cyprses Flooring
; ni; and 1 ncii iioupui:
its; Doors, Sash and
lanl aud office. Soot
srs from the country
P. Weil ex,
Fashionable Merchant Tailor,
And Dealer In "
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
5o. 348 Front Street.
Between Cnlon and l.syoso Streets,
aw-All Work Warranted sorS Sm
HuntscUtv, Ala., LIME,
To arrive per Memphis sad Charleston R. R.
For Sale by R. G. CR A HI 4 CO..
Jackson Block, Main street.
Laudreth's Garden Seed,
At CRAIG'S SEFD STf iRE.
Jackson Block, M uu street-
Trains on t'e Mississippi Central Railroad
leave Grand jancuon on Moudays, W-dnss-
diiy s and Fridays.
Tnunaoii the Mobttpand Ohio Railroad leave
Corinth Koing North snd iSouth on Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridnys tjouUi st l:su a. sl
and N'orth at ":HI A M.
At Tspcstar regnliir connectlonssre made with
the jehvilie aial Decstur Road for NashvUIs,
At Stersnssn. cmtnecrlons are made with
trains on the Nashville and ChattSDOoga Rail¬
At Chattanooga eoannctions are made with
trains on the East Tennessee and Georgia, and
Western and Atlantic Railroads for all parts of
Georgia, South and North Carotins. V irginxs
and tne North.
Fot throngh tickets and rarther Information,
apply at No. 13 Conn Street, or st the Memphis
and Charleston Depot.
W. J. ROSS. Gtnt Stap't.
C. L. ANDERSON.
Gen'l Freight A Ticket AsX
JULIUS HA Y DEN,
delD lm Passenger Agent.
JACOB J. PSKSS. A.VDKIT J S-1SE1..
Jacob J. Peres Jt Co.,
COTTOT riCTvRS, i bH H !.sl AUB
No. M FRONT 8TI1EET.
No. 5 Exchange Building,
LI bsrSA advances mads -in Consignments,
i atkstrHis, I
At HARRIS, and
. the arm of West
socluted thsmselvws I
and firm nf U arris, Co
p.e of transacting
m ber a. Isss.
chran. tAte of
I "o , have sp¬
ider the style
A I- HAKRIS.
G. A. OX-HRAN
A. L. BAJtBIB. O.
Harris, Cochran Jt Co..
Office crver.Stratton, Coyer 4 Co. 'a.
TSo. 228 Front Stret.
de7-Im IfZltHTIS. TJT.V.T.
At CRAIG'S SEED STORE.
At R. G. f'RAIG ik OOYl Seed atore.
del 179 Main stret-u Jackson Block.
Fruit and Cedar Trees.
The proprietor of the
FOKEST GBUVK XCKSF.BT.
Six miles from Memphis, near the Pigeon
Roost road, offer for sales fine stock of Frsit
Trees, varieties tested by Dr. Willis M. Le".
Marshall county. Miss; Chamberlay'i' Jone.
Sr . and myself, of Shelby coanty, rennisaeee.
Also, ,i h.-nlttitul stock of Cedars. ?nlera ie'J
with J. F Petllt Co., 14 Monroe street :lnd
Toof. Phillip A Clmde's, a Front street, will
no .itti-nde-. to prompiiy-
E. 3. EL AM.
At NIPGBN A UEAKERT"S.
Dissolution of Partnership.
BellelAntaiiie Cottoa Express .'
TO KTAX8VULB J. EW 41BC5T, rXB-
RAILRGAU thence to
New York, Boston, rViiladetphia and
Only une i "lisnge of ' ars from th Ohio Itlver
to New York.
Reclamations will Prmtivtlt tn Paid prrrmptly
when dull authenticated.
Mran-KK, Tsnn, Dec 1st, WHS.
We oall the .ittontlon of onr old friends and
line, and know
Our rates will
other reliable li
Hed promptly a
c. w. SDSosins,
Late 1 Ciprland, Edmondi A Co., JsVmpAla
3. tt. rsmoasw. i ahh tik,
ZsiAe 0 Llfnchburg, 'a- .VaascsUe, Tenn.
ESMONDS, PFTTISREW 4 CO.
(MAL COMMISSION MESCHMTS
ImrMitari and Desivr tn
brandies, wrrnss, guts, c.t
Ifo. 39 JefTersoa Street
Batween Main and lHaaaa MEMFHTB, TENN.
BpaWial attenTloTj stren to the lale of Virnia
Man u fact wrwl and fmWnu Tohaceo'a. Jtr-
dhanflife, and other Pr oduce on Lu.stunient.
We have now In orand mretvlng dally,
fine aajortrnent. of Viraiuiift Mauafartured and
Our motto n luife a.f antl -iraall proflta,
tfiVK rs A CALX. nojft-.ln
r. H. rTTTA-N,
M r -
. W . PTTTJLaX
le. R-ciarnaUona shall be set-
soon aa they can be properly
GATES, WOOD A CO.,
THE PAlTrNEnsiiri' heretofore I
tmmea Bohien, Wllwm A Co., wa
Is IhU day Dissolti-,!.
Bohien, who has
Bythe withdrawal of Wm
suul out his interest to
BOHLEN, HUSE &
In whoae name tho
hts in fbtum Tlie
! ba aattiad ap by
ind at ail Utnen at
Vm. a p. R. BOaisEN.
Surviving partsnaraoi IfehJeu, Wilson Co.
IN Betlring from the Ire boat new In Memphin,
I take thtaKcaa.on of tanderlng to the pub¬
lic my Uiana tor thoir liberal parnmte for the
last fifteen yeani, and recommend heurtliy my
auccessors aa worthy of the name patronage aa
that heretofore extended to tha old firm ot
Bohien, Wilaon A Co. WM. BOHLEN.
Memphis Dan T. daV-iw
Have perfectod srrnngemests, and are now pre¬
pared to receive and forward
Money. Valuable. Packages and
To all Stations on the
Mississippi Central Railroad,
The southern Railroad,
N. O. J. A G. N. Railraa ,
To all Parts of Texas.
For rates, etc.. Inquire at the OfBoe, Sooth
side ol JcUersou .treat, under the l auumipiisl
J. J. M. KEKVER,
K. W Hits, Superintendent,
W. M PUtman Jt Co.,
No. 3 Front street, Memphis, Tenn
Pittman Jt Brother,
vr?srLScm,t 8tr"t- Louia, Missouri.
rrTUN Tobacco Factor. AGenerai Commis-
j sion Merchants. Wa respeetrally sottclt
-onsigr.ments to either of our houses. One of
the arm w;Il always be in eaeh place to give
personal uteuUou to comugnment, or omers.
Wewill make adviinm. ,,n Cottou Shipped to
one correspondents in New York. Boston or
Phl'isdelphia. : nov.1 lm W H. P. A CO.
A T tl
T the January Term
ourl ot BBBSBBSr 1S1UI1
apfily for letters of admin
on the estate of James H
Murk ham. de
Jehn T. Stratton, Lste Stratton. McPavltt A
B. H. Dnnscomb, Late Stratton. McDavitt
A Co. , C. W AJoyer, Lste Todd A Goy sr.
Stratton, Goyer &
ottH Fsctor) and Con
No. 228 Front BL, between Adams A JetBsrwm.
MEMPHIS, TENN ,
Hsvn tor sale tow to the trade
SKI Bags Rio Coffee.
'M Bags Lasnlra i 'offee.
20 Bags Old Government Java Coffee.
JO tuus drain Crpper. busk
aw urn. Keoneii .vnaar. .
I hhds Sugar, ar to pi
SO hJsds Clear Sides asd
GO bbls Mess Pork.
bbls Floor, all grade
i pieces 1
SHI coils Hope; JOU
.V Dales rwiee.
SMI bbls Salt,
Kltfn V. t a , vr l. ,
Htar Candies. German Snaix
Cl.ler tnesar. Wrapping Paper
Wiping twines, eta., Tsts.