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MEMPHIS, TENN.- SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1857. VOL. VIII. NO. 14. CLAIVAHAN, BUTTON & 00. r 9 ! - i ,1 i V, T J 3r ,p1wjskb0ba.t, tri-wbrklt and weekly, bt .'no. k. id'clanahax, lsoxidas trousdale, wx. sl hitttox, benjamin f. dill, ITKDEB. THS STYLE AMB FIRM Or ' .wirrt-Mr rrrrmmrtTJ c. ,-ir" TO WHOM aw. LETTERS OK BCSHtESS, OB OTHER' WISE, SHOW LP BE ABDBXSSSD. PRICE OF iUUSCKir riox. i jDitls, in mim, lr ma $10 60 Trt-Weektr, " 6 60 .tWkt-, ' " " -- M j 1 fcJ-TSxi Weekly pa,-er wi!l be fMoWidto OtoVef Ten its4 aftvtlr at $2 60 each ; pafap nvaatsMy In ad aaee, sad miT Ctaa to be made op at one oafe. $3" Ax satwcrtber and a aew mm will b taVen -getiar;- al'st-i eefa. , , 13-1 aatse will th paper be seat to. BewMbacri- , ln aattK the order tor the same it ttM with the eaok.' J3 AH Daily sriptni -Bin hfcar.-slered doe and ptyaaat half-yearly la advance. . E-BO.motBgtrBM ae strsetly end ri?tdly adhered to. r. BAIItY BATHS FOR ADYERriSIXO. Adapts y iVc Afftml tmi Sgtt end Etujnrer. fir I BIB " ' eBelusriln...$l 00 Foe oacfc aMtUonai isttertson at aaoM.. 'l. tw 4M aOO 00 SWH M'tS 8Mt6 9 eoiis eo is e;ia Ttiit E M 3 to eo 12 SO Its auilc 00 30 C0 2a Ot so eo , 4e oo 7 WM WIS SO 14 M 90 25 ' 36 37 50 M 00 5. 9 06 K At 16 00 is e9t eo'jo o' &v 45 oo eo oa 6. M SO 14 00jl7 St ftl OobS OolBS WMS 76j M SO 70 1)0 1- etUfi eabo oa oojss eo; oo st oojos sa sjoo II Ml 16 SO ? o!k 05 erse 6)r so1 so oo as oo 4 eoiso o t eo76 ee ioo oo 9.IM M 3- fM aoMR, reoewaWe wekr, per bbbbbi, $40 00 r3- Twa arniei, renewable weeWy. peraaBOB, 60 00 - - . twkc a wtek. " SO 00 rj- AD arefttaeBea4 required to be kept on eeoocd paoa, chaioed ac new each DAT, and on third pfe, aa aovaaeeomr eaaled raU . J3 AAecrtfeemeats directed to be dttpUjred, or set 1b 'ihk type, charged DOUBLE rates. - J3" Yearly avertiers i ee coarse aua ii w u BjQC apaac er contract, and when labge ttpe if e- Btred oa aoed, or the atfvertleeaieat kept on intWe uf VCr" dwtJ-T6 Trill chaiR1 itm strfRHUr "raMe lor Wants, Bast's, KeasoTah. OopartBership Xo--ttoe. f OaBsbrBees, fcc. X3T lAHOIElrT ADTEBTIStSG MUST BE PAID FOR VadwUMxnent will appear In the Weetlr paper ratf-s bt apsCal contract. .- c3-AioHlJianti to be lseerted to the TTeettr paper Bta, or at trregalar ioterale io i4ber of the papers, -rVi 1 n aao l f i Al pesrqre tor every iBoertion. JT- ABBiBBrtng candidate, tor State, Coontr and Ma i iii hpol Osacee, each, to be paid la advance ib ererr insiaaee. Alt adMrtiseateats for Charitaaxe iBttltatlow, Fsee Coatpaates, Wal, Tows, and other Pahttc XeeUB, to he charetrf bait price. r-J- Marriacea and Death are pasliobed as sews; bat OaQJBiiiii. Trtlm' of Bpeet aad Foaeral InrHations asoUmadoaUsements. J3 All Local ad Transleot Adtertlsemeots will be ssMrsnl by the Insertion. j3 Bditortal Xouot s in Local Column win-fee charged - r-39sBBnBnBSOB or variation will be zaade from the MoCLAXAHAy, HFTTQK QCO. Br. R. I L.ASKE, LATS StaaTPhjoieUB aad Dt-rctor of ereral nprtals ta Smmmr, Bwsaber of dtflerent Medical Societies , ia Xew Task, has located in the city of Memphis, and of fers Ms KerTtoes to the poMtc FnyaictaB, AceBacber, aad far a operatsaa ta gircery. . , IT- Osaee oa WaahloctoB street, between Mara and . - wtU W. G. WEATHEKFOUD, , 7t(hiB8lOK AT LAW. aad Heal Estate Agent, Kip. L ssem. Ark Befr to A. WrUt Bsq , and Col R- Psme, -Vem-paat; Jadee R L C.rnibcrs, Snpreme Cowrt; K. G. Iliiliaa. Ksq , XahTilie; Major G. A. Henry. Clarlt- . yOr, Toan , aad Gen. T. B. Ftoorn, Dh eo., Ark. Btartt dawly DRS. aWOOUMAX & BltOWX. rvFr-IOEoa Adorns street, ia rear of Jons, Browa & J Oa , oa Mass street. Dr Moorman's r t-rteooe oa Bchois street, hotwecn Tadc; and BliioU ctreeU. CIIAS. O. FOXTAINE, - ATTORXKr AT LAW, roototoc Kiss., wM attend strictly to aU proieosioBal bassaess wbsch assy bs eatrawttd to kin ia aay at the Cooru ot Jiorth Mtsais soppi. f" 'r J. A. MOOS J- KERK. 3IOOX & KERiV, ATlOmXTXTS AT Hff, Geoeral OubjilWjmc aafl Laad AceaU, for the Xorthern and Bostetn OoaaUes of Aetaaoa. DBS ABO, ABC fetoSS-diwly t,. o. urvsjs, ATKHIXBT AKB COCXSISLOB AT LAT, Measpbit, Teaa. 0cz ia the Post OfOoe BoildrBg. . Ill hailai ii lit rr i - ' ca-ew(ll receive prosaat lad faithfal aneatlon. O-dlectioos promptly made in the I of WTODawssec, jussssotppi an-. aH-dawlr cm ew eo -rX. SAKTJBL GILBERT, Sr.. has retarsed to bis otl I rtaointm' iinr Tit mil hi- r reonen'-d his InflnB- aar. aad wD reauua permm'ntrjr. He treats '.he Mlow- - B Chroai: diseases: Cancers, Bcroaala, WM e Sweittig, 7waajrs MS W. witheat Sotf-leal operatKBM. He also t aosoos an ChroascFeasaledtases, sores ct iodk awn. Maaor, Bhi siaaliiiin. SrpaUls, a&d all far au of Merearial Dr. G. deem it unnecessary tossy more, as ae BBS ut C Trttarran. of bis aaccess from Matae to Oregja. rty DR. THOS. KELLER, -r ATI of TaeoamWa vMabama, has losated penBanorit I j w it Uesaphi- od oilers M services to the pablte ta a the braaches of hUprefesstoa He has taken the vjffloe heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, comer of Shelby aad Vatoa streets. Having recently made a caret al and .goBorst osiectioD of Surgical Instrument', be is prepa'ed lac aH the operations of Surgery. Residence on Shelby Wot, fertwoee HjiagaadTrscevaat streets. Bf-ly JAMES M. MURPHY, Cr023.c27.l. Tint; ct Asollt. JACK30XPfJRT. ARC-, TtTTILL attend personalty to the locating of Swamp Land V V Scrip aad Warraao la tae jaexseafarc aaa-ueicBa IMsWtats, eetliBC Laad aad paying Tax f. Befaroneee. B efasssaa,MoaspMs,TMa.; A. S. Hoey, Little Rock; aK.O. Braakaey, Mai T. Man, MHs -K- v iumH. J. Kortoa Is. Co., X. O.; y. Laae ft Oo , " J. A. Roaosoau, LaGraage, H. P. Goolidaa, Hdeaa, ; Tshl; - MyrUe i Moore, W. E. Halts, LawrsoonilM, : A Ban Ml. " Pa I a W. Board, Jaeksonport; Pool & Watson, Jacksonpart 1-ly R. G. PAYNE. t Tlfaasyier AT LAW, Memphis, Teas. Oatoe in the -wa- Post Qoe BaWatag, JeBerooa stieet. marxl-dly J. A. ANDERSON. ATTORXET AT LAW, Memphis, Teaa. Oaata In WaKers Bafldiag, ov.r Maaooeld's Brae Stare, . Jsasa street, IB-ly DR. WM. HEWITT " TITILL practm asaslrioe, oa Use p.-iacipte that there is ' V V zaed la aU sj.trmt, aadaoae all saflftcisnt. Office aWjeaaroaa str-et, ia the Post Office Batldis, seesod 'sW f rosa the Post Oslce. Keeideace oa the career of ; ffsiraaritn aad BUioU atreeU. i BEFBKENCE6: .Gal. J. B. Staatoa. X. Adams, Xi., Hsywrod ooonty. . mr. T. B Btood. Dr. J. B. Mactta, Fayette coaaty. X. ataasSCTl e. E4.. F P Maciia, Esq .Tipton coecty. J. L. WVM.J. B. Ashe, Memputs. fob!-- . trillllJi ia. LAW of mideciaa ouaatv. having removed f Mrra I pass, oassa hi profssaaal services to the cilisv-o;. OsBeoa GOwrt Square, on door west of Wallace's Auc ttoa boa nr. Rtsadeaee en Pento'oc street, sonth aid:, betw-wSt PotrtctaadSt Marrlii. 'rCS tf : . SMITH P. IIANK.13EAD, ' A TTQBXBT AT LAW, Memphis. Tenn. OfRcelntbe ij. Post OaW Bseck, over Aydirtt U Co., third story, apt j R. F. LOONEY, A TTORXET AT LAW. I'fflot sver C. ,jx o'- ; W. Cherry & Jan6-lf B.C. BROWN, , Jl TTORKET AT LAW, Marion, Ark., praetteel In XA. railltpo, Crittenden, Mississippi, Grsa, ltandoly.li, Lawreacc, Indepeiideace, Jaekooa, Poinsett, St. Francis aad Mali re Counties, in Arkaaas. ct7-d6tn 3. WICKERSHAM.. .................. ED. A. BEECnER. WICKERSHAM & BBECHER, -I TTORXETS AT LAW, Memphis, Taanessee. Office, JX No. H Jeaoreon street lanl-tf X.-V. RIOHABM0IT..W. W. WHCATLET..M. A IIIOOS. "Ricl.iardson, Wheatley & Higgs, ATTORKKTS AT LAW OtBee oa the corner of Second . aad Ooart streets, Memphis, Tenn. ocll-ly JOHN A. NOOE, . A TTORXET AT LAW. Omoe In the Pott Office BnUd J tog, Memphis, Tenn. nov21-tf GEO. DIXON, A'TTORSET AXD COUNSELOR AT LAW.OtempMs, "IX Teaa. Odlce, sonth aid. -of Court Square, one door .vsast of Wallace's Auctioa House, np stairs. ; gaS-att BEN. SHEKUOD, TTOKNKT AT LAW, Oeviagtan, Tenn. All bulnetn taX eatraste to his care wUI receive prompt attenUos. tiyi-tf D DUBOSE, "a TIORXET AT LAW, Memphis. Tenn. Office on east TA. sWe ef Main street, between Jefferson and' Adams. Baaar te F. Tttus, MeEwen, Harris & McNeill, J.'D. WtHUbk. W. B. MHtor cncbMBes Owen, a(eiEphls,3nn.; Xeos, WM & Co., Kew Orleans. 'l57 " - -"JaaldrU . -?-' ' - ,"'!;) iusincss tjaris- A. S. nANCOCE....H. O. CLARK... .OE0 tC. TROTTER. Lile-K-Uliana&. Late Aydlett it Law ot SbraervBle. HtBcock. Co. tnwnnt runs k. CO.. I AAMU v -aaa aw a..-. J TWhoIesalc and Retail Grocers, DEALERS IS ' BAGGING, ROPE, BACON, IiARD, PORK, FJLOURj AJrD vn TTinriq of Ptrocluco, NO. 16 FEONT BOW, MEMPHIS, TsWX. fee3 M1 R K1LT0X VcKNIWHT. Hie &f Mew OrtrR5. ha . k1.uI utili cut la taa fltvrv aMtl film. 1 VJL Pecgir mh.iw my- - - -7 the arm will aeraanT w w-ujkj. t".."-" KemphK, F. 10. 1SS7. GATB8 fa WOOD. S St SATES ...A. M. WOOD M. SKSI6HT. GATES, "WOOD & McKNIGHT, Gvo c a v s , If r'oducc Atrrj SO. 3 CNIOS STKBUT, UUCPHtt. AG9S76 Huanl rowd.r Company ; Coalers' TTMtt Lead and OU Conpanr, St. ioai J Ir Jf1 erpool St lebia-tlajan ENCOUTtAGE H03IE ISDUSTRT. ASD CABINET MAKERS, aiain-St., 3d Boor licloiv Union, ARK prfpared to ail all oroers in ioe SKI noose Carpntenns ana r nn imb iwk- nesawtUiBeatBeM iwmjiwiv nanrinzandVaiiisliiBf; fMCwed in vbe best stv'e. We warrant ail worn um i " Gtvo as a call. j. Bona.. feb7-im J.J. JESST JAMES BOKO & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, a X! ti coifiiirrssrox itIerctiatvts, XO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, MBMPHIS, TBXX. feaSl-davly . J. Co JAOOBS & CO., (So. 338 Main, bet. Union aad Gayseo-sta.,) Importers and Manufacturers ol HAVANA & DOMESTIC GIGAES AID TOBACCO. CONSTANTLY en band, a large assortment of the most favorite brands, at moderate pi ices. Jan6-ly . A. J. TFAIiT & CO., & WHOLESALE AND RETAIL G M O-C E M , ABD DEALERS IS ALL KIKDS Or UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE, Southeast Corner of Slain and Union Sts., MEMPHIS, TEKX., HATE aiwas on band a weU and earerasr seiU! stock ot article in their line, waKh they wUI tl at the lowest csrresit prices. Orders promptly filled with dispatch. janH-datw-ly MJ 0 MH38SI 0 g JIER CELMT ocU-tt MEMPHIS, TEN Pi. u7pante & co., Lard Oil, Soap and Candle liSiSJVUFACTUREKS, 141 Ulaxn street, Memphis. Tcnn. THB bsfbest market inc.a paid for rough and render fa Tallow, Lard and Soap Grease. nv2 -1 "TXSHARPE, wnOLKSAI.K TOBACCO FACTOR, Xo. 36 Afodifoa-st., bHaccn Front Raw end Haiti, MBUPHIS, TEXX., WOULD respectfnliy iniormine skh phlsonAcBTrouo tw eoSBtrr. that bfOias iot re- larned frvsa tnectttes oi v ir;nu, a perauaeat Alieocy I.-r the sale of ail grades t Vir .n ia Tobacco, and inteads to ketp cuantaatly on hand a HOCK rSMI W I" " ' , , . n-i, ui tu cc.maeto with tUe Jw Tore, riant- mora, Ciadaoatl aad Now Orleans markett,-bo iavljes the attention or aaoeaiers m stock before purchasing eisewher. ,.-oc3i-d&w-tr J- B- SaABPB- r. M'CASE.. ' S. WILLI Alls. TicCAI'IE & "WILLIAMS, (Successors to "Wheat ii Taylor,) KFORTVARDIXG AXD COMMISSION MSB CHANTS, DuvalTs Bluffs, Arkanaas, At the cross of Ike Memphis st IMtttRttk Raii food on While Hirer. TBBT teop escfit.ntiy on hand Bcaar, Coffee, Salt, Blow. Motasoos, aad n other articles aoaaL'y kept maGfOOBry.whiCB thoy wiB soil low " chance for Hides. Furs and Peltries, or any otbor art Kief hroacht U the Btarket. r- Goods deetiaed H Utile Rock or -the adjaetnt amities sMaped to DuriU's Woffs, wlU be for xarded j immediately, a U;rf are always wagoaa and teams in I realtneja M Baal to any poiBt, soaSS-dawtf . JV M W 6? O J3 Sf Wo aro now recetvtog and opoamg oar Fall and Winter STOCK OP B-R.Y GOODS r-,rrtsrixtl erverv variety ot Staple aad Fancy Dry I . scn.n. vent in this market. Sapernae .Block and Bine Cloths, Cassimeres, Doe-ins, Cloaks, Manti'lss, Moire Antique, Velvet Sbawle, te Uteat style; Ladies' a-t . .nnrrlor nualitv ; Craae Shawls, a large lot of Blaokets, Xegro Ooth, Brnaaao. Ready-Made dothlag. Boot ai Shoes, Hat, and a variety of articles. too noaseToas to meavioa. Ail I ait is, -'Color one, oome all,' txd examine my .trv un matins voar Tmrchaurs. I boaRttt on the very best terms, and am determined thrt none shall un- dersesmo. nsui aii w"i o"i"-"" caactaaldoalors. A. u. m-am, Xo. 377 Mala street, Old Stand of PrgBon k XsBI. oc13-Uwawa J.0HN B. B0TT0, BOOT AND SHOE MA"K13F ACT 13 K , N'o. 06 Front Row, SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT, .tfe, KSKPS constantly onliand. BOOTS and yfii-i SHOES of lua own io,a.r, au v K-Kwn V T 1 BHnu'actnrers. HetWps. also. Leather, f fVJ Satci .n rnnrr nlf St ins. French and American Shoe rindings. Trunks, Carpet Bags and Va- Hm. allot which be nil s at cheap as anv in 101- market. Give niia a call oejore purtuwa toi-ot. deel9 A. STKEET & CO., MAXCFACTURERS OF ALL KIXDS OF RAILROAD CARS, CARTS, WAGONS, cfijc, Poplar, between Main ami Second Streets, aug!2 MEMPHIS, TENN. G. B. liOCKE, Auctioneer and General Agent, AND RT.AT. ESTATE 3ROKEB, 63 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL, MEaiPHIS, TENNESSEE. PARTICULAR attention, to sales at -City or Country Property, Xegroes, Merchandise, of every description, FarBitare, Land Scrip aad Warrants, Stocks,. Renting and Lesag Property, Ac. Storage and Consignments solicited. Haiing engaged the services of Mr. J. 31. CALDWELL, an old and eipertonced Auctioneerlate of UuntsvBle, Ala bama I am fully prepared to attend to consignments and saiesaf every description. Liberal Cash Advakces made o Consignments. J3-Storage and consignments rot S3 tea. pTS. 1 am Agent for The Adams Express Company, maris ' " N. B. T0REST, DEilLER 1 SliAS, No. ST Atlaras-st, Memphis, 'Tern.. HASjust received irom iorm i,irioa,0, tvHiir.snHtrlT voung Decroes. to which he Jr i,iiT- uestrrs io tain ure bhhjiwu v. . . - Vfn will aai in lhe reeular rtceipt of negroes rrn Vnnti mt !th Carolina everr month. His Ne gro Depot is one of ihe most complete and rorranedlop establishment of tbe klud In th' Southern country, V his regalatiens exact and syst-matic, cleanliness, nwl ness and comfort being strictly observed and enforced Ills aba is to fnralsh to custotrers Ai Vservants o ,fism hands, soarnl and Txrfect la" body and mind. Xf groes Ukn oa commlslon. I"2' Valuable Negroes, for Sale. THIRTY NEGROES lust arrived from Kentucky " and Virginia, among the number "Uiree good .Me- chaaics. - X. B. FORHESTai i , T3iir7-tf ' ' Xlifc8TAignr street. ROOMS TO LET. Tl(rRS.Pi Ea SATTHRFJELD, corner pfjUadlson and Secend' streets', cariaccemciodite' KveraPfamllies,' avjl also yay noaraers, ; ; 5 , ,m ';i jansi-cusnj S-TS 3 - T. B. NORMET, ottou Fact '6 v . AND .CQHMISSI0N MERCHANT, MOSBY & HUNT'S 1TEXT BLOCZ, Up Stairs, IV 1-2 Front Kov;, MEMPinS, TEHS. LARGE stock of Bagging aad R po always on hand. Ol Julya-dawly TELIX WALEER, Xew Orleans, Ls. ..K. C. SNIDCB, CoffeevUle, Miss. TFAI.KER & SXIDER, Cotton I1 act or s Coimtiissioii JJercIiaats, No. 123 Canal Street, inlvie-diwly XEW 0RLKAXS, hX. ;t Arprnsos....c. deloach....david auams. E. Til. APPEUSON & CO., COTTON FACTORS, tOmmiSSlOU X.VraiUlUg iitcicuautJ, AND DEALERS IS BAGGING.BOPE, GROCERIES, &c. KO. C6 TJIO.Vrr.0jr, and 6JEFFERS0X-ST, ilBMPUIS, TBXX. -ri i imcnr in .itKition rtid to Storing. Shipping and i . - - - - - L SeLins Coiton. pntTT'S fOTTON' GINS. WB are Agents fcr the sale of D. PRATT'S celebrated i civ tLtiteh lisvebeen so f ivorably known for ihflaat naaiberof year. Persons w.shiag topBrchase are n-quested to call and examine 11k ra. All ums ai gMraB,r- K. M. APPEKS0X & CO. S3- notly Spr.ngs, Miss., Times; Grtnl, lIl..,Re puuTin; pantla. Miss.. Star; nsn sville. Ala., Advo Lte: ToMsrabia.Ala . Enquirer; BrownsvWe, Tenn., Journal, copy six months, i adsendbi.ls to this once. A. in. noPKirvs & co., fSucceuori to Poteens- Co.,) Cotton Factors NO. 41 UNION STREET, sop! 7-1 XE W QRLEAXS, I .A. sTtVI LDS TERK05,- I W. A . RJA" n c WILLI IMS, ( 1M.B. BRYAIt, Lale of PaSrtk, Miss. Ite of LaGrange, Tenn. J0N, BRYAN & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission autl Forwardin; 1VLEE.CHANTS, Xo. 6 Front Row, orer Meacham & GarraUfc'i, BfT f TTTll TTIW- TlAKTICrjLAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping aad J Ui:..Aiim rni.ree 60 cents rer bale. r-- it cotton ;-Ut to ss will be covered I Insurance , unless otherwise Instructed. CARDLAW HOWARD ...WM. T. nOT.'ARD, W. HOWARD & CO., Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwartimg niext;iiii, vn i wnWATtTVS ROW. MEMPHIS, r. . ,nc . i.mt,; TtoTv?. Twine. Surar. Colfte. Mo- U las-"- Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, tail, London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar. Guano, Lime Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A- good stock bow on hand, and for sale.at lassonable prices. X-s-rt-.k ..i.4 m.Ae on Cottons In store for sale or shlent. All Cottons insured unless otrrWiw lnsirnct- . a -n-ai. A InsnrafWW inTPrS fill iXHlOH COH- iLJf to m bv water: also, the rt'tot Fire while In sture, unless olberwlse Instructed and seUing- Cottons, the same i rears past flttv cents per bal. Our prices for storing wo bave cnargearor lolvsn BE3J. REIB. J. M. BEID. B. REID & RRO., Cotton Factors ASb Commission Slerchants, nv.t -atvar WEMPniS. TEXX. A LT. Cotton sent to oar addresi insured, unless '"""j- - A ivntrsnr Mre recetvw. irt-r, TVtSed with care. Store and Sell Cottsn at fifty cent per bale. dci-!mvl7 . .J. c. DOnOIIERTY, T r. ATDI.ETT, Xew Orlt&tu. T. P. AYDI.ETT & CO., COTTON FACTORS SD- FORTTARDING MERCHANTS, NO. GKAVIER-ST., NEAT OULEASS. DOUGIIERTjT& AYDLETT, WHOLESALE GR0CEBS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, XO. 23 FR0XT ROW, MEMPHIS, TTTILL mako eah advances oa all Oaten or other Pro- V V dace shipped to T. P. Aydien lo-, ocS-ly . I. L. BEASLET.. A- .- BEASf.EY & LOVING, Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants AND XO. 12 FRONT KOTT, AlafXl'Uis i LARGE stock of Kopo and Bagging always on band. A k.r.attmiUMr bale. aH other Produce at usual raees. IustraoMoa strnuy wry, i' . 1 I rmTlafloT AU P.odaco lasurtd, unless otherwlw In- atnx-tivl. augao cawiy 1 CUDDY. BROWN & 00., COTTON FACTORS ASD OEJ.ZRAL Commission Mcrcliants, 3S OAMP STREET. XEW ORLEANS. IASH advans8 made on alt Cotton or other Trance Kj coasigned as auove, oy -"-"" " Janll-tf . 3S. HiBRRIIiTafs COTTON FACTOR A3TD COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 5 Monroe Street, uct. Front How &3Jain, (somn side,) IVTom-nrtiR. TfinTlCasee. PARTI 0OLAR attention paid to sale and shipment of Co .ton and other Produce Bagging, Rope ana i-iiniaiiou ouypiii. i.iu!. lowest market prices . r. . I ra- -1 .. V. ilftinntlcrlnn tTfl Tl 4 VI f llOllOu t aClUJT tv tjuiuiutaniuii mti viicini.. Hosby & Hunt's itew jjioch, Up Stairs, Ko. 17 1-2 Front How, Memphis. T "WILL pay particular attention to UUlag orders foi X wroceri ', uaggius ami ii -. Jul4-dawly C MAIOS O, Holly Sprl'.gs, Miss. c. noesc Loulivillr, Ky. L. C K0RVELL. Ripky, Miss. MASON, BOONE & NORVELE, COTTON-PACTORS, GBOCIRS. Commission & Forwarding Merchants, No. leiHain-St., ilcmphis, Tenn. "OaGG XG, Rope, Jeans, Linseys, and a general stock XJ "f Plantation Supplies constantly on nana. febS-dswly T.J. 2AVIIt01t......-J. B. ELL1S.......A. C. BLAIR DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR, COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS, Bcceiving, Forwarding and General COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ko. 219 Main Street, Ectt tide between Jeffenon end jLaam, junnpitu, Jens. X 0FE, BagElng and Plantation Supplies alwayi on XL band. inrau-nawii S. f. J3ATES A. M. WOOD GATES & WOOD, COTTON PACTOBS, GBOCEBS, Produce and G crural Commission TVZ OEI -IH. O -2-2: JSl. -kt j? s . A'o. 3 Union Street, between Main ana iront now, ME.tll'Jiis, xis.-tn. 1 FTER an active appUcatlon to bmlness, for over J. eleven years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa tronage of oarfrtenas. in tne capacity ui union racism We feel confident of our ability to please such as may confide their business to our charge. Our stock of Bag- i-irv. Rone and General Supplies win not oe excelled li the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be made on consignments in store. Insurance on Cotton or other Produce, in store, will only be effected nn actual inatradiins. or when under advance. Shipments ot Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be Insured while In transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on ftif r.renf bills ln-tin- To all enr friends who have ta liberally patronized xsi during years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as berrtofcre lor a continuance oi tneir patronage. lunUJnawly GATES & WOOD Laths and Shingles. TrjOGERTic WITT are still maklnt Lathv, and are al (JJ ways prepared to aupiJy the public with the best ar- ttole at reancea prices, aneyare aio mpaiio; autosi ahd will keep a supply cons tantly cn hand. Mill on Woll river, above the Bayou.' July IS, '66-ly Basrcinir, BaleRope and Twine, ,'.V krfloctJS , T-rj ' ' - - - b.:mhrrill. Monroe street. business nxh. "WALKER & BROTHERS, No. 79 Front Bow, MANUFACTURERS OF CL0TIIWK, ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS 1W STAPLE AND FANCY j . AC? I..sn Svy Goods, moou nn !nt receiving and rpeRlns a spienaiu '"-" - . - 11 i . J" iVXVrir. to which they call the dr rs. Oar f scllitMs are such as u. cpete wl.n any, ana to undersell a good rainy, i laarlo-dSm ....A. S. HCET C. F. Jt. ROLAND. ToivANI & CO. GENERAL AGENTS AKD CoE.ec or m 9 LITTLE Hutu, Atttt- - w- tt.ivs- if up (ivtn n& Cart. BSShSSsW feiow iy E. -W. BUCKEK, -TV T.aVMsaa-h Survevor and urangaiiuati v y... i. H r.nblic slid Will give Frsaa "f.r."".., ;;Meas connected wfih bis V prompt on thewrst rtffiJ? stretf ath oTrnion (Csnov.n's BuUd mg!)Xo. aid, abTnt cn pressUsl buSlnes. J.F. Cbadwkk, G' j It Previse. Robertson TrP. B B.WadS: PhUipILThcr.p.-.n John S. Clsybrook. i??JI A. VACCAR0 & CO., DEALERS IS GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Liquors, vines. Cisars, t rmis, vt-., NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TEN. oct3l CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, jlToiit strrtf , nezt doer to una euw MEMPHIS, TEXX. rURE DRUGS AISD MEDICINES, . . a - V.viht SWaflBT -tHKMICALS. Surgical W?rumeU Garden ; Snuff." Tobacco and Cigars. Brandies and wines, Sver? .T 1 by us warrant as rented. "rTvt to be returned at our expense. JnlyB-ly subject to be returned 07 WATCH MASEE, AND DEALER IM Watclies, CIocks. anu C0RXER OF MAIX AXD AUAiia-oio., .m .m. .thi of informing his friends, . rrTw th.t he has moved from ana m puuin. ""' . . i rrt3,hlsoMstand to the corner oi ISia&itreets, where n win lase jr.ui new and choice lot of JEWELKx. to ibok: ?.Thw1tI.U, sn.1 wiUUe tAeasto te al, ' . . ... . Vt. iu. ne hones, by houesty, w- OToersioririu. - T,ndl,nc. tegrlty. and his efwris to pieasr, :"ZT", r,. and liberal patronage of an who may nnu nu,. 'AUortfoTrcWrlngln every branch cf my bu stness promptly attended to. EOE CASH. new and and seasonable 25,000 CLonnxG FURX1SH1XG , t.,nr i.natneRs. wo ofjerat actual eon for ccth aad ceth ony, our entire stock of ' CtothUig .r.. pDi.hin? fs. as tne ousines, : " w . . i ... . in Irani lip. and to do so the StotK musi va son, " , of Goods In our line, will nod 11 to inr T"r " g1Te ns a can. .."""""i.,. " VVi. wct. 2Q A LWa s . 53 Eninlrer copy tnree moniiis THE HAZARD rOiVDEK tUJirAiii, ji r11 T1 t VAN UFACTURErtS AND DEALERS IN . ... . . v , VITf- C0XTISDE to olftr tneir well ajw " TRIO INDIAN PIFLE and KEXTI I CT P.1FLE POWDER in k. gs and ea-isters. AUo, Gun Powder ler n. .,.1,.. an.i uiniur. comorisinc a full as. rtmen. oi qualities ar.d kinds rccjUlred by the trade, 10 Rive enure .awi.-wM. ... Th statKiard of their Powder, which has now enjoyed A- - - IV . n 0 ntnl w v Vv"v if ol ml V blgbost reirlilallOH iot more mu fc J ' 1V,. bTfound unsurpassed by any other m.nofscture of the kind ia the woiW. . ,j .1 . - I ,H. l.v I. ' . t. 111, If. nuHf I u : hi. iH ir ,. -nr.... at the rfflco of the Oompat.T. o..tfs "a"-'"""""-"- street XewYOlk. A u. uafcAiw,.." mAioWSm A B, Douglass, ec-y .S. K. STOKER. E. BREATH2TT ' THOMPSON & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO E. R. RACISE,) IMPORTERS AND DEAI-ESIS Fine UrauiUcs, 'ics, -rr-r CI JZ xv n At s? ) $J (J (IT 3 AN B THE FINEST qvALiu o VIRGINIA. TOBACCO. JEFFERS0X STREET, (Breathett & Stoner's BuUdlng.) Between alata ami otau. TOST RECEIVED Brandies, Henry Monnle it Co.,I610i I n ia. iflisi n!il Lamonde. ISlOi OM Kochell, an.i aiirweni orauuiui,.. Wines, Champagne and Oiaret ; Old South sld Maderla, Topax Sherrri Champagne. FicMr d Bougy, Crlara do; Crescent, Ollvbr. Old Cbampertin Bergnndy; Old Vieux Caps Spa'kUng Brguady ; r-i.reta. OhaUux Marceaux. LatourGlas Stopper, Laflto, St. Bstphe, and otbor brands, too numtroui to mention. Scotch Ale. London Porter ; V.rtrc nrnO-riea. 4tC. S.C. feb25-C6m v-?- itaflv Springs Dnnocrat copy three months, and send Bill to mis omcc iot uhbmiw. 1. FUAKS'IOLI... ...... ...." 11. W1U.1A3ISUS, FRAXSIOLI & WILLIA3IS0X, Impirters, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In L'hina.GIa's and Earth enwarc, French and (Jt-rman Vases, Silver. Silver Piated, German Silver and Brllanla Ware Fine Table Cut. lery, 16i Slain Street, JIEMPHIS. Also It jog Glasses, Ixiok ng Glais Plates. Tea Trays, Parlo Lampi. Chamlailers, Gt ondolei, &c, StC t'?17 FOR SALE BY M a 11 15 iycamorc-st.. Cincinnati, O. H. G. McCOMAS, Commission & Forwarding Merchant, XO. 15 STCAM0RK STREET, CINCINATI, Olliu. mail3-ly rnnv Aivr WHEAT MILLS. THOSE who are in waut ot Portable Mills for horse, -Y., . car or Burr Millstones ot every .f. ,.a.i .nt invited to call at my Factory "" 1 Vf l -C - . In IS, he-e Iheyare maae wnicn are "w,.-. - - United Stotes. My Horse Mills will grind from six to ten and eleven bcshels good meal per hour; and I can fully substantiate th' assertion. I guaranty satisfaction in all cases 1 rf fer to a few cf the merchants f the citj who have sold many ot myiltlis, ana can icauij ui u. high character they bear. F. Lane & Co.. uranara a. iiui, Jones, Brown ft Co.. J. 0. Grlfflng k. Bro., E.U. Apperson it Co., Slratton, McDavltt Co. Sample, Mitchell & Co. All ord'rs addressed to me 'direct, or through mer chants, shall have prompi attention. Factory on. Toplar street, adjoining City Mills, near the river, Memphis Tenn. WM. BADGER. f-O Coal I Coal : -m w mil. hn mm. .t taat : wind and bad weather iVX has kept It back so long. I received one pair of boats, (12,000 barrets) out of four pair that I have bought, this (Satuidsy) evening. I shall be at the Red Office from this time out, ready ro wait on my friends and eustoniers with a large and Constant stock of Coal. I have had a supply of Coal on hand for the last four and a half veara until a abort snell the latter part ot- January. sj I will jtow promise two things that I will lay lu more Coal, and Intake a dollar on It I will keep lfamong us at home. I buy my Coal at the botd of the creek at first colt.- marchStf -suus. jajis.o. folds, lateralis, &t. Corner of Main and Adams street. MEMPHIS, TEXX. TIIIS House Is situated In the centre of business, an" Is now fialshM and In conpleteorder. The Pioprtetar pledges himself It shall not be surpassed by sny Hesse In tit) Bent I west. . , Ueinjfgratefolfarthe -very llbral pitrsasge beslawet on Mm for the last two years, he hope by a street atterr t wn t business to merit a conttnusnce of the same. oc7-tf J. J. WORSnAM, Prbprietor Mestaurant ON UNION STREET. rpnE subscriber rejpectfuiiy Informs his old friends and JL all the public, that ho has openeo a nw jw...u- rant oa TJn i.n ureet. whrre he U prepared to jornija the best Ti&nis that can be found In the market, served in the best Parisian slyl-s, Oysters. Game, Steaks, Salt sad Fresh Water Fish, Birds In fact, everything suiwa to the finest and most delicate epicurean taste. Give uie a call I have six different rooms for the o cemmoditinn of Private Parties. I will not be outdone in any branch connected with my business. feteo-tt una. utisu-jsivuur. BENNETT HOUSE, Comer Main and Jackson-sts., BK0WXSTILLE, TEXX. OJ- THIS w.n known Hotel, bsvlBgebsagedbsBda, 5??r.1 and been thoroughly repaired, and provided with SJillI pnn,n. i. r. un for the acoomntoila- i!?L tin of Boarders and Travelers. Th public may rest assur.d that every exertion be made ou the part of the Proprietor to reuarr ibis House i eco&l to none in West Tennessee. Havlnc active and attentive tirvants, and a table always farBfcfced with the bet the country af&rds, no coeadeauy ranea.npou giving entire satisfaction to all wbo rosy favor him with their patronage. WM. K. BENJiETT, JnS-dlwaw3ia i-roprrewr. jrj- Ksqnlrer copy. , W0RSHAM HOUSE C0XFEOTI0XERY. WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IN Plain and Taney Candies, Adams Street, under llie wor- sliam ISoiise, TT'EEPS constantly mi l-and a large aMortasent of sreen K .ndrirr Fruits. FruiU in their, wn Juice, Jellies, Preserve, Sard.nes, Lobsters, Spio"! aad Piesled Oys ters. Pkkles, Cordials, Syrups, nne w ines, isranoiw, au Vtnrf. Vl. JrT in coBBeciion wnn ibis nu ' CNllfhuientl have fitted upan Oyster vslloon. a do wui nori.e iswii noTl6-dlr S. r. BBICHBTTO. P. H. HEINRICH & BE0.. 10NFECTI ONERS -AXE CANDY MANUFACTURERS, 237 MAIX STREET, KEEP constantly on hand a large variety of PLAIN and FAXCT CAXD1ES. CAKES, Fruits. Preserves, etc , wholesale and retail. We are also preparrd to fnr nih paities at the shortest notice. . .ulUa will, f V.I. ana open our LADIES' ana XTLEMENS OTTER SA LOON from 9 o'clock jt . M. to 12 o'cKt p. m., and are receiving during too wnoie seasoR, FRESH OYSTERS by every steam-r. WesoHcttasbare of the vubJic patronage. nov2-iKm gmlpx (Karlrs GAEVIN, BELL & CO., Nos. 442 and 441 Main-st, Lonisville, Ky., IVnOLESALE DEALERS IX ST.ITLE AXD FANCY DRY GOODS, AND Manufacturers of Clothing. DESIRE to Inform their customers and Merchants gen erally, that ih'lr tame atecfc of STAPLE DRT GOODS U now full and complete; also, that they bave rented and fitted np tte h-mse adjoining their old stand, as a SILK AND FANGT DRT GOODS AND VAR1ETT STORE, and made large addition to their usual Stocks in those lines. TB.y pariKuiany no .. their extensive snd varied assortnent of Eoady-LIade Clothing. Their Stock In this line is allot their own manufacture. and as they have added largely to IB! Branca w umi business, are prepared to offer great iudaeetarnts for cash, or on time to prompt dealers; end to sat they p-eilge themselves to sell a low as stmi'ar Goods eon be bought In the Kaitern markets. mar7-awjm LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL C. I. & A. V. DuPONT, MANUFACTURERS OF XEWS AXD BOOK PRINTING PAPER, AND DEALERS IX PAPERS OP ALIi KINDS, 177' Main-Street, Louisville, Ivy. dccwJ-d.wly . FITZGERALD... CHA9. C. BILL..J. WOODWOBTn. 51. FITZGERAED & CO., (Saecwori to Park, Simpton 4" Co.,) Grocers, Produce I5calers. COMMISSI & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, No. 02 Pront Kow, Memphis, AD JACKS0NPORT, ARKANSAS. tnlyg-dawlr XT. ALEXANDER R. 1. LASSIN0. ATjEXANDER & LANSING, COMMISSION MERCMNTS, XOS. 63 AXD 65 LOCUST STRBKT. SiT-t ZiouLs, IVIo. REFERENCES. J.J. Murphy, Memphis; Cooi &. Oo., Memphis; Barnett &. Walker, " xoi oeyer, Charles Potter, " febo-em JAMES IjOW & CO., 41S Main Street, Louisville, Ky., A RE now receiving their Stock of Dry Goods for the Teeming spring sales, wwuica idcj ibtiw it .Lucu llan of dealers. Their purchafes of Aioertcan domextn goods have been mada under the most favorable circum stances, for ca-u, ceiere tne aavance, wbku win cna ble them to offer inducements 1 1 the purchase of these goods not to be surpassed by any dry goods concern in the United States. We flatter ourselves to be able to sen uomeHtc oooos fully as loin a? they can, at preeeat, be purchased Ifotu th- Dry Goods Commission Houses in the Eastern mar kets. We will bive on hand of our own direct importa tion from Europe, a large and well-selected stock of Jac onets. Swiss Mulls. Xamsook,Mn liBSOambrle, Lloen, Cambric, Handkerchtifs, Hosiery, Gloves, KBgiun uiacx Blaik and White, and Black and Gray Prints, French Plate Prints. English 4-1'hs, Purple and Chocolate Prints, togitbtr with a fnll asortment of Coodg suitable for men's wear Examine our stock before making your pur chases, and you. will find that we bave made no state ments that we aro not fully able to make good fcb7-d2m IB RAD Y & DAY1ES. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Main Street, Louisville, Ky., tCtANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope. Bag- JLVJL glng. Jeans. Linneys, ic. lanZ3-iy O. SMITH. ...D. r. OUTURIE....CEO. J. ROWLASD. SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO., Commission Icrciiants AJ-D WHOLESALE GROCERS, DEALERS II? Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AND A0ESTS FOR THE SALE OP Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco, Xo. 264 Main Street, between Second and Third, Janl3-ly LOUISVILLE, KY. C. M. HARVET R. B. HARVET. C M. HARVEY & CO., COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, XO. 120GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEAXS. ' -"i-k- OUR personal attention ftShSS l will be given to the Sale or IPsit AMA. Forwarding ot Good m" -Jivjf?'Prodnce consigned to our 1 rr"T " ' Sfcry-SSr address. We will contract Freight en the above fer re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at lowest rates. We have had several years' experience In our market In the purchasing of Staples and assorted Mercbandlee. Refer to Cook it Co., J. C. Gilfflng & Bro , Speed St Strange, nannah & Shanks. decl2-ly WATT C. BRADFORD. 1 C DOZ. Crucibles, Nos. 18 to 40; J. 15 Clrcula- Saws. 43 to 60 Inches ; 3001hls. Newark Cement; 200 " riaster Paris; A good stock ot Gem Bolting; Files of a superior quality, all slzej ; French Burt Mill Stones, all sizes ; A large lot superior Belling Cloth : For sale low at the Union Foundry, Poplar street. ov2 T HAVE th largest assortment of Lumber cn band I J have evrr offered, consisting in part of Seaso oed Cy press and Poplar, , I, I X and S Inches wide ana clear, Rills 63 and SxlO: Jolcc 2,6. 2rS. "xlo and2xl2: Scant ling 2x4, 2x5,2x6,3x4, 4x4, and-4x6; Weatherboardlng, Sheeting, Shingles and Walnut Lumber on band; aisoa large lot ot dressed Yellow Pine Flooring and rongji Pop tar Flooring, Red Cedar Posts of all sizes. Yard on Bat tare. South side of Ontre Landldg. JunlS-dtwawly M. E. COClUtAN. DISSOLUTION. mnEco-nartnershiD heretofore existing between A- K.P. WATSON &A. L. KIM BRO, has betn dis solved by mutual consent. Dr. Klmbro settles tne nnatness. X. b'. Dr.. KIMBR0 win continue business at the offlca, on Union street. . ' Jan24-dawlnt plantation giiplirs. &tt. (Succetto to jmiienton i- linstock,) GROCER COMMISSION MERCHANT, importer or FINE WINES, BRANDIES, Havana Cigars &c NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. Jalyl Eeceived this Day, rZ. A BBLS Ken ?; 50 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard; ao iierces sugar-oore Earns J 20 kegs SaotrassorUd sixes t 10a est. Whisky. AH of which wo wHI seU cheap fcr cash at X. 19 Front Row, Memphis. JoiJ 3. B. WILLIAMSON. GE0CEEIES, tic. rTTHE subscribers keep on hand the feDcwlag artistes, A which they warrant to be ot (trot qaaHty, andSfer (ale low for cash; Wheat Fans aad Threshers ; a E. Carver h. Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ; Wagons, Northern asJSo-jfheTBnaaBafactaxe; Bacon, hog-reasd; ' Fkmr, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco; Ssgar, CoSfce, Teas and Mo)ases ; Oaadtrs, Powaor, Shot aad Lead j Brandies aad Wises, saperlor arvMe ; Lime, Cement aad Plaster Parts ; Together with a grncral assortment of aH artidsc ass ally kept is a Grocery sture. GWTXNE h. GIBSON, laty2 Xos. I aad 2 Bxrbance BaiMmg. cittlluicru (Sfjuis GREAT BARGAINS, AT THE eupobium: op pashion, And Ladies' General Furnishing, Cloak and Ulantilla Establishment, 299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. WE are now receiving and opening one of jr"fA fZeSfVb largest and meat magnificent stocks of i-tv l) 2Ur, French Millinery and Fancy Dry Good., r cv.r b- ought to this oity. Also, a very select assort ment of Rich Drras Goods, entirely new, Silks, Cash meres, Man-not, DeLaines, and a large variety of aU styles for Street, Traveling and Evening Dres.es. We call aarticalar attention ts oar MUttbery Depart ment, consisting of Chenille, Moss aad Uncut Velvet, Satin, Silk, Grecian, Italian and Eosll.b Bonnets; Flow ers, Feathers, Ribbons, Bridal Veils and Wreaths, S6.000 worth of floe French Embroideries, Real Thread, Maltese and Uimpare Laces ; all styles of Embroidered, Velvet and ClotJi CLOAKS, Todies' Cloth and Velvet for Ctoaks, Dress Caps, noad. Drosses, Ladles' and Mlsees' Shoes, Cortet... Kid Gloves. Furs, TnraniiBgs of an descriptions for Cloaks and Dress. os, &e., &c. X. B. EmbroHeriag and Stamping dose, Cloaks anf Dresses made to order la a few bouts at cheapest price. I Adits, pWe call before purcba.ing Isewhere. Orders from the country promptly attended to. oca N. ST1I IJfAX k CO. NTJBSEBYMEN, SITUATED m F.rt Pickering, on the Hjtu Lake Road, bare on. hand a fine as sortment of SURUBBEHT. in every oe-l partm:nt, consisting tn part sf nw APPEES, PEACHES, PEUMS, Ayvicots, Kcetavincs, oScc. Alst . Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, ia va- rletW, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House riant. Bulbous Roots, lltnba band Astaragus. Ordi rs from a distance, accompanied with draft or or der on a resprctable merchant at Memphis, will be ;nac- tua'ly attended to, aad an fiants guarantita to onur and delivered to any part ot the city, free ot charge. We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens in town or country, at tt,e shortest not ice. f.taa-3m KrUllAV AK.NK & BRO. PAUIi GKEEiw, FORM BELT at the firm of Moe'ney &, iTSJ Green, wou d respectfully say ts biioMf CV friends aad customers that ho is still ai V the old stand, with a good supply ot Fruit Irew, consisting of Apples, i'ears, PIu ins, Peaches, Cherries, Apricots, Nectarines, &c. Also, R-soberry, Strawberry aad Grape Viae?, m va rieties, with a good supply of Evergreeas, Gnn Uoase PlaRts, Bulboas Roots, Rhubarb aad Asparagus. Orders f rem a ditlaoce. aecomrsnted with draft or order oa a respectabss merchant at Memphis will be punctually attended to. and all plants guaraatlrdto order aad de livered any pai t of the city, tree of charge. Xursery on Main street, South Memphis. PAUL GREEN, octlt-dSro Receiver of Moeney &. Green. WHEATON'S NERSERYi TO HORTICIL 'JURISTS ANU PLANTERS. I would res peetfolly remind the dtiaeBS of Memphis and sa-rtandlng ooontry that the aeaaon for traaspsaatiog Frait and Or namental )rees is fas I approaching. Gnat aoaitiong Bave beea ane in every depart- wetii. more particularly amorg Fruits. A more select and varied coUectloB has never been oaerd for sale la the Southwest, coiiaUting In part of ever one hundred varieties or Pcnrs, Poaclios, ZPlt1TU. Cliorrloa , Catawba, Isaiila, Ohio. ScnaperBeBg, Calltornia. etc Grape Vines, Fbrs, Rnpberrrt, Strawbsrrles, CarraBts, Goosebcrrii's, etc.; Eog.ieh Wslnats aad Filberts, Texas Pecans. CbesnuU.etc. etc. GreoB-bouso plants, Bulbous Fiewer Roots, (He ported.) Evergreen of every desirable variety, among .which are nearly 2.G0O Macaolia Grand Flora. In a ditlon to the above, I am bow recelvlsg a large lot of Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequence of having to move most of my stock oa band, I will sell It very low. Purchasers may rely on everything being what It ls represented, and sales may be effected on very favorable terms, bv applying at toe Harden aad ..ursery, near ice itirnva Depot, or addressing ocllKm S. M. WHEAT0N. P. S. Daring my abwnee from the city, all orders will meet with prompt attention It left at the store of J. wtidberger. a. as. n . PUCLIC COTTON WAREJIODSE. Tlnn.wa -S-nlvA TVTrtf rra ' 1"" rTtiiEnn.lertlgned having leased the spactou, coHon 1 Il'arriotiif. corner of Monroe and Third streels, I 1 1 ... , int: ,, mm., . , uanm. inn -mini in rr i lately occoptid by Messrs. Chapman St ea.. are prepared to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and Merchandise generally, upon favorable terms feb3-6m it. uuitma ct i.u. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION, a NEW- SAVINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE, No. 26 Madison Street. mniS Institution, having beea organized under charter I rrantedby the General Assembly of the State of Ten nessee, is now ready for business. The Directors for the ensuing year are : FRANK M. WHITE, AUU'5T M. JUUIB. i-Ttt-r C. J. SKLDa.-a. E. M. AVERT, Cathier. By the charter, married woran and children may de - posit all sums oi not less than $1 per week, subject only t their control. Interest allowed on H depot Its for more thsn four months, at six per cent, per annum. Ex. change on Nrw Tor and Xew Orleans. Collections made and proceeds promptly remitted. Memphis, Tenn.. Dec. 7th. 15M ty PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS ! ! -r-s-TE are manufacturing the -Jtolliar" ana uvings- VY ton" Ploughs. Persons wanting them will give u a call. A. sisii wi feb5-daw2m ropur street. CA.H.H.'S Pvcfflhim Gallery! vtivrt. 1nt rctnrnod from a business tour Nona. M with all ths f acuities for taking fine, durante DacuerrGotypes, Ambrotypes, &c., I am now ready In person to serve my friends and the .,:- ..ii. in mv line, on the most reasonable term3. I bave nonsw tangled patents and dap-trap processes to offer the public. My establishment has to atandot fall amid all the blazonry oi its uciguuor., uim uie merits. "t".-" S500 Kcward! TlTandiderof tne Im oi flavor autl Attienarngi n the dly of M'mohis. the Mayor ls authoMzed to pay -S-. . . n. . r n,TI.. ... ,V- 1 1- reward or rice jmiuiii. ai,u.. iui .u ..jleuu.iuu n,l futnviellon or me murami ui iuii'ucidib ui , ai u tis'VER. on Monday evening, the 9th Inst. Xow, thereiore, I, Thomas a. uarboll, iiayor oi it... ritv or MemDhls. do. in ebtUence to the forecoteg rueici ?t Ttbi ToVegoteg order off r th said reward o' Five Hundred Dollars for the apprehension and conviction ot the murderer or xnct- derers of wm. i ianucr feb13-2ni THOMAS B. OARROLT, Mayor JtIIVCE JPIES ! MI1S"CB PIES ! FRESlLand hot MINCE PIES are to be had everyday at Spccllt's, on Madison street, and families ser ca reguiariy, on toe soonest notice, wua . superior article. 53- Parties furnished with Cakrs, Conft etlons, Wlnss JtcTon the shortest notice, and In liPECHT'3 usual good style. Give him a call. nov-7-dtf Drs. SEEDS. WEhaveJustrecetvedafresh supply of Red Clover, Blue Grass and Timothy Seed. LOWKES, ORG ILL & CO., ' Agricultural Warcroomt, 13 and 11 Front Raw. lm . oia old ransportatimu GREAT SOUTHERN ROUTE FOK FfEEIGHTj Prom New York, Philadelphia, Bal timore and Boston, Yia viiarleslOB, S. C. THROUGH RATES of Fietghi fr.m Xenv Toik sad Phll&JiHi trt tf.mnht .nl Hlati .n nai MamthiS aad Ohwrssstau KaUruad, by Xew York aid nUaderpbsa Steamship LtBts to Charleston, S. 0. : t i 3 PIRST CL.VS. Ptaao Farias, Bocks, 3ta- Hoatry, Boots, Shoes, Uaaors, 0ts,&e., la bottles; Uaatphioo aast oil its Tarpon Hue ia haryrom; UMatHstL tMaa, GUn aad Otaatn-are, OatsM, aases; Clocks, Q.iilirtlaatsms.UoMost Oarfsa. Cata-ry in cases. Casks aad bcxas; Bry Goad ia haxas aad kales; Bvaaa, FraHs, iaSt Trte. salt SVabborj, Far, Oasfss See. Looking Glasses utd Looklag Gtaos Psatosv (at owaors risk.) Oysson ia caas aad srs, SUMetf, Tin aad Brttiaak Wat, Toasaad Sates. r M0 pouade $31S & SECSJND Ot-t5 Hardware, exeopt aaah a ipcatt-d at First aad Thin Cssssas; rjoabe Mtfs, JWeatorry. Farriga Lsaaars Wrrtj aaVjlates, f, ibiisao in hoxsa, tmtsr ia rods aad boxes, Ous m barrels aad wska, Crochety aad Qosenifware la erases aad oasts. Rice Whitio;, pUl tor, iiaaot Brxos aad Copper, per 160 pounds.. 81 $1 THIRD CLASS. Axes. Shovel. Ban aas. Sad Irons. ZlBcand Tia in pigs, Tin Plate, Aa viU, Vtots rssks ot Chahw aad Moos, Ma st la aad Cotton Crfdase, Caaba, Heavy Caetlega, Mill Geariug, larriaae Sasisnjs .aad Axles. Ratirood WheeU aad Axks, Chai't aad Spikes, aad Rosta ta harreit, per lMpoaads 31 6 SPECIAL RATdS aVx-s HaU 13 Para tt are aad rarrage boird, aad other light aebctrs aot eaaateratrd; alsa, Car-l-uys ot Acids or other Chemicals, will aa charged br actaal wvigbt. bat at doaM $1 76 $ IS First Class Rates, per tisspaaarts $d S SlCD J3 FORWARDING AT CHAJtLkSTON rl!K ur CHARGE. The above rates cover all ixpt atus traaa yew Task aad PblladVlsbla to Tacambta and Memahar, whea shipped per steaaMf s. X3 Cooisga yoor aapds to Ag-t, Soath CaraUaa X. R , Chaiiestoa. aad have psefcaavs anrked care SCR It , CbarlesUn, S. 0. Have every packaga pUlaly marked with consignee' sam or shlpptag mark. Also, ham aaarked aaoa the naekarM tka UtMl of deUvcrv. aad the taltUls ot the Road doliverlog. Attoatioa to tan matter pr-veats de lays aad Buoaoeii amenta. Good, by this route are traospartod with great dispatch over the Soath Carolina, Ooofgta, aad casmectias; roads, k. rta. nA vizhi Knmai Traaas. hhtaawra asav ntay eoaMeaUy otr St dispatch and certainty of the Cnarko- toauae. PUBTHEB ADVANTAGES. Persoas shipoiag by Sail Vesrta aad Prhpetla rs from Baltimore, Xew York, riiitaeetphla aad Bs.ioa. wUI re ceive the full benefit of aay contract they may make with th se vrsseis, and by coastgatag their goods u the At at of the Scath Caroiiaa Road, they wv.1 be forwarded 'free of coraausaioB', at the to!lowi.'g rates : FROM CHARLSSrOX TO TVSCCMBtA. MZMPHIB. Flri Class, (see Ciassittcataoa above ) per 109 poends $t 38 $1 95 Secoad thai, (do. do ) $t W $ i Third Class, (do do.) t in jl" Special rates for light aocd, per 100 peaad St 7S SS M btram'rs are generally but one day quicker th.a Pro- peltois, and from two to three davs Ricker taaa seuiiag Vesls, fruia New Tork aad PhUadeipau, ana ouier Eastern ports, to Charleston. Aad waer a lew cays of ttmeisnotkB object, Irom W to -W cento per lua poaaoa. an be sai ed br .biDoinx on the later cbu of V esw-ia We are now delivenac goods m Naobvt.le at from s io It day. from X?w Tork, aad it will take about 36 boors more to deliver at Memphis. FACTS FOR CONSIDERATION. 1st. Charlestoa has aaswcrtsMl aad paid haw a mil lion io the Nashville aad Chatlaaeoga, aad half a nu-lssa to tbeMrmsats aad Charlestoa Kaitroaa. 2d. Savaaaah. and roads ieadi-g to that petat, nave Invested aotb.mc In Western Raii roods 3i. All thugs being eeaal. lUaM, rate ic.,1 tae city aad Hoe which has cootr .bated so largely ta the advance ment of ear Koeds aad the dvelpmDt of the resource of oar State, should certaiaiy bo patreaiasd as pieferi to those that have contrwaua soiBicg. tth Xorthem Trautportattoa Lines have no clams upon Southern people. The Chart. Moa Liar to of Roads, all ' hoo-f Institutions," cocnectiag the great Father of Waters with the Atuaue seaaoeeii- Bth. Overcharges by tU. Line wiu ha promptly ao- lasted by the Agents of the atrophia and Charleston Railroad. FREE FORIVARDIaG . The forwanstag dep. rtmeat al Chart. st a is uader the rxctasivo mawssymt nt ot the Old established baase of R. Lafitte & Co . wheoe txperienco aad kaowa rpu latiea ler BresaptBess. ts a gaaraaty that the basiaeas wlU be well atlcsxitd to and gotd. presBBUy deaaIChl. Kxp-iseH.ls, ahowlBg chargui U thane, ton, will ac mailed to cuasigoers. Rememhrr that goods by steamers from Xew tote and Pmssdeiphm are forwarded whea eoBslgaed and marked as directed, free of ail charge. Whea shipped by MUiag vessels or propsLera, they will te forwarded treeot saranilsilnriii. drayaae aad wharfage eoly charted. SPECI.1L. NOTICE. Freiahls to ailSutioes oa the Memahls aad Caariestoa RaHreadbetweea Stevoasonaad Tnacumbto. are entitled aad will be charged the same rate as to TuacamMa, aad all potato bstweea Tuscambia and M- mpbii, the same rate as to M.arphis. The rates by Chariest; a shall at aH trewi Be as lew as by Saraaeaa, aad atl chaagas will be daly aBnoaaowi In the Memphis papers. For farther 1 formation, apply to er wsaresti OH A3. W tNDBRSON. Western Agent, Charleston Llae Xo. M Cvleg Street Nasovltle, Trna. R'1N".T ToNGS. Zastrru Ant-Dt, Clirimaa Lin, apx-tf o. 195 Broadway, Xew Tork. SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES. y IVaYiwoatt. U'Gitt caivo . To Chicago Dtrttt ia Sixteen lieurt, tptfaesf Break of uuofe or cnoaae ty tn or ngeeeyc. BRANCH FROM CBNTRiLIA IS NOW FINISHED, Xha saorteauag the time to.ixleen Hours to csucaga. AT Chicago, coaBectiBg wua Mscaiaaa uentrai lira leavtBS the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls, Kochester, Aiaany, -sew lera. shob, laa an aaeceni aad Atlantic Cities. (Jury two change of Cars frow Cairo to Niagara, asatan-e irom (.airo to Ainany, ana fnor tram Cairo to New York. Time from Cairo to Xew Tork, forty-asa boars. Fare aa lew, aad Comfort gnat er, thaa by any ether route. Passengers through are NOT subjected to the delays coose-inent to the frequent changes by short ttaes of Rattroads through Indiana and Ohio, to the East aad Xerth. Also, eunnecung at coitae wiwa jkmrnwiatL tauaiawrn Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkus", aad the Bast, with Lake Shore Railroad aad Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee, Sheboygan. and with a sptaxMd Line of Frr"t Class SUamerS for Santl Bte June, use satporssr, coiiii-'t wood, Toronto, ae. era ins leave Cairo Kvery Jteraing asw smusg as rat io in t , 6:00 A. II., tnucago aas aSBatetta a,xprcss, oeaoays excepted. This Tram connects at uufBgo wiua iirii upn nlng Express, over Michigan Central, Great Wtotera and Xew York Central luuroaaa, laroagn m lainy-ooe noars. This Trala also connects at aoaaevai wna oe aaa Mlssissiiici Railroad tor at. Loots aaa Tiscennss; at " ifcln. cf th twra Haate. Altaa aad St. indTanapolls. Luisville aad Cbscto- . . . Ball; atDecalar, witn aiain une express ror oaieaa Danleith; the latter connecting wiia xvatna so spnog. Md. Nanles. Rock Island, Burlington and QuiBcy. E-inr. M.. .ew lu-l iuxprei isaioivaj. ucvpitai. KtaDDlne oaly at Important Stations, except on Signal, connecting with Main Line Day Exprewt from Decatur W Danlstth, and arriving at micace at - r. a. Passengers for tne upper aiississippi, wm nao at ube- leitb. steamers ot the DunK-ith and MinneseU Packet Company, ready to leave oa the arrival of either Cairo Train tor Le Crosse, ueuwing, si. i aai, &o. i-asraagin for Janesvllle. and Central aad Bastera Wisoor.sm. con nectat Freenort witn Trains to anon aaa jaaesvuh:, ana. from thence to Madlion and Central aad Eastern Wis consin. The Maes aad Charts lnatcatiag the ureal central Route to the North and Ea.tare an exact Uaascriptof Cotton's Map of the United States, and pass eager are 1 ., to examine this route as wen as the ntiaiag tJme anii 0f the ceanecttng Roads, aad Judge fer them- selves as to the correctness of tne a Dove statements. Tne opening of the Illinois oatral Kail road rrosa Cairo to Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means or cemmaaleatioB between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and the Iwer Mississippi, a florets te the peaeare traveler, a. welt as the bBeinees mas, attractions and facirltses for reaching the North and Bast, which laraan Uweeal any other route whatever ThC aecesBBSodalloas fur nisbed by the Company for the coaveaknee of the trav eling public, the pertuanez cy of the road and structure, the strength sua elegance ot trie Hague aaa uars, com mend themselves to those who deeire In traveHag speed, comfort and tafely. TICSBTS tiouu r uitUMS ikaii. wn tue prtvuege of laying over at any polat, can be bad at Memphis, Cairo, aad at the principal Ralliead Offices nn the line. WILLIAM iLimi. Agent, Junt-lv Memphis. Teaa. tj fMCce. Xn. 15 Jefferson street TRAVELING PUBLIC LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST. THROUGH TICKETS TO GRENADA Fare WciYuecft to SO 5, VIA THE Memphis and Cliarleston and Mississippi Central Railroads, C0XXECT1XG tea miles south of Holly Springs, bavtm. only sixty-sti miles of Staging the cheapest, tecs' p easatit, and quickest route by Lorn four ta ten hours On this toute the staging is but one mile further that oa lhe Panola route, although the latter ls represented t. be but fllty-two miles staging and fifteen hoo a through The true distance over t e ranoia route is sixiy-nv miles staging, in a few weeks the Mississippi Ontral Railroad wilt Vt extendrd to the Tallahatchie river, ttlH shortening Up staging seven miles less, iraveiers win looa. io men comfort ana pocitt. a wora to un wise is somewm. S3- For Tickets or iniermatton appty to aijia & tu. . Agents, at the ntllroad, Stage and Omnibus Ticket Ot flee, Cemmetclal Hotel. feb2t-du Citv Tax Pavers. -vTTT TAX PAYERS are natlfied that the Tax Book j the current corporate year ls now made out, will be kept at.the efflee. of the Mayor, were aiiFcrsons --a a m.,tt. lnvlal 1. .-.11 anti ..111... . u " llUCieii at u .tMMtSMj ... . . . ....af i - a.vt. -- - --.-'--Tfinv ircwsnu nir Tai MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD. 2To-cw Opon to Siiarcais. Two Daily Trains each "Way, (5UNDATS XXCBPTED.) I7IB0M and after WKD.V ZSDAT, March 15. 18S7, the J MAIL TRAIN leavos MemahM daily, (Saadays ex cepted ) at 7.16 A. it., arrivus at Sardis at 10 a. 11; Retarntns;. leaves Sardts at 10:30 a. 31., aad arrlvos at Msaapki at I:K p. it. This Train oaaaecU at Sardis with Messrs. J. P. MeAI. exsador fc Gov's Stilly Line of flrtt elas. pt roach, fr I'anoU, Kreaaaa, uantoa, Jackson, anal TieksbBTg. The ACTOmfODATlOV aad FREIGHT TRAIN loaves Sardis at 6 a. M.. arriving at MeauMs at 10:13 a. m. sb-turruur leavoa Memphis at 2:& r. M., and arnvea at Sardts 7l9r K. Pi issaasra are reojoaated to punhs-o tickets before wring the ears, and save aaymeat sf extra tan. , Jacasge cheeked to atl stations os IB- Ratoond. and no baggage w;il r rtceivid wltaoat Veifcg cheeked. Hach paaoeafrr wifl be snowed HO poBBds of bagjtoge by Rail road, and 00 poaaas by stage, bat 3o arsvdo vsl brcar ried a baaaago that is net iactdeat to the person of the In case of km, the Obataary win hokt themselves rt- soen.fti.'. lor an i at seat aot exceedtas 160. CTNrgroes, whea travetiagatoae, nut have a permit ssaaag the petot ta wsch they are to saw. aad SBeetrvlaz that thajrase to travel by Rastreed. or they was net t- eerrted. a. M-rATRICK. Bar3t WSeperrateBdecJ. 13Kaxie aad Knuuirtr. Mesatee Exasess. HernaBda asprrs. Sreaeda P-o-rs, and the MtcahsiaptoB, at Jask- esa, any, aad dtocaotir.ae former adveish, bv-bSs. xaiSSISSIPPi CENTRAL AN2 TEN- XSSEE RAILROAD OPEN truss Junctii-B with Memphis and Charier tor Railrofto Toae'a Station, eight miles Xerth of Bu.u, aad eighteaa miles South ot Jacioa, Teas. Leave i.ii.ar IiAILT (Suadays exeef ted) at :M; Arrivts at JaaettoB at &M. Costaeetaas; wiih 7 A M. Traaa late Mtza ibis. Rxtaruaa. loaves Junction uMin.vui arrwat nf Mall Trala tram MeBsphas, arriving at loaa's Starter at l3.r.M.;eaaaeatsgat that polat with Wvys Uae ot Coaches tor Jackson aad Xashvuieots Haaamgaaa, aad with Xorwoed's Uaeei Ceaches to Jackaea aad Xashvme, te Uxiatrtoa, Clifton, Wavueaha., Mt. Pteaiaat, Co. " awa nsa apruag hui by the Tesnessee aadAht, ma Railroad Also, wuh R. K. Smith's Usm a f.r. ct,asasdatka Backs. Evoning Tx-.ijrx laave. TVisas's Seattoa daily (Saadays exceptrdl atl-K p. M , coavnectiagat Graad Jaactt.a with MaH Taala arriving at Memphis at 7 M r. M. RetBralas. leave Grand JuBcttcaea arrival of Aettm tiTitloa Trala rrosa Meambto, at 6: tor. M , arrlvtivg at SuUvar atocSsV. Paragars tor any of ib above aamed peseta by tats route wLl base less Stogiag thaa by aay ether. reb K. P. XKBLT. Seyt. GMMSIT M0U1JE TO TKE EAST AND NORTH. MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON M J Ij M O .2 JP COMPLETED, RAILROAD ceancctioa. direct frees MEMPHIS to N. w Tork. -Paiiado.phia, itoltiaaare. Wasbtsgtoa Lity Kkhmuud, CharlrstwB, and itasaaaah. THRVCGIl TICKXTS sold to tae following pseats Xaabvttte.Chat.ae., Aaamsta, Chart-St w. Wlaaesag uau, AiUma, Montgcau-ry, Col nam as, Oa., Maces, aad Savannah. JIIKOUGII TO XASUVILLG IX 25 HOURS, Throach Tscket Oatoe at the Ceamesctol Htt k Mem-phi-, TVaa., P. X. PA1TRRSOX, Agu4. TsckTte afwaya good. Fare as tow as y aay ether first-class reuse. For Passenger, a awr rente is bow opoaitt te EAST ERN and ATLANTIC X1T1K v BBaarasweeu in assMoit .ad tafety direct aad txpeditoaas, with OasBecttons sate Pastbg iheaah slave tviritcry, jwrlect secarMy inhered lor the coaveyaao- of rervdata. F.r FRstiaBTfr)rahewTeik,asdesarBasterntnH!es, by s earner, w Charaestoa er Savannah, and rastwar di rect to Mrmpt.ls. 7ke at.eBtwo of Southern aad Welern Mevchaatajs a-sed to ibis reejte, beleg as cheap, and more expeditious, ihaa aay ether Thieuah rate and asaarctljos eslabilsaed. TbaAWAilS BJS.rK.aEaS COil P ANY is bow is coneee tloa with .his nn- Tbe THROaGR MAILTRA1N leaves MemaaatDAlLT. at 7 o clock A. at., (d.ta Memaaw time,) "eaninttng with Eaeiwaid su-d We-iwaid trains ca the NashvaVe and Caa,ttnBat Railroad, atatevrBsoa, same day A, uiaaeci. at Graad Jaacaiasi with, law MistssiBt Geaarat Jeallrood to Hotly Sartags, Oxford, Grenada, Can to. Jacksoa, jssL, ftc. Also coBBrcrs at Graad Jnacttost Stattoa wsthTsaaes sea Oaatnt Raasaed to Bolrvar, aad Jackses. AaMCoaaect at Pettahoatas with Tri-Weekly Lioeor Coaebe to Ripley, Poatotee, Aberdeen SBd Oetumbus. The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Memphis DAJLT (eaerpt Stsaaaye) at 2:45 p. M . (3:M Memphis twe,)lor JuociavBwith ibe M t"ta:pp40a?ral anttfrn n'ssee Central Rairoad-, Ifeaaerviaa aad iatormedlite StatloBS. B-kggaga checked ta all tsatieasaat Us RaJIread, and na Baswarge will be lecelved withcat behag caveked. Bach p isss nsxrwBT be allowed wvettty-ltve poaads of -gg- r- lay Ratlread, aad sixay peBads by Stage; bat no article will be carried .a baggage that is aot iseideBt t. the persoa of tae paaaeBfer. la. ease ot lees tb Cam paav wm held thesBsetvn repaasIHe fur aa amoaat aot exceeding $. ' Pa.nmsrs are wnaastafl to poeabae Ticiets before en tering the cars, and aavo aaynaeat of extra fare. Xearroe. , when traTeUng aloae, mast have a permit, 3a xniag the peiat to which they are t g, sad saeeiiiiBg taat they as ta trowel by nitread. er they w3 not be carried. Na tscket will be sosd tarsi, aar wsU they be re ceived on the cars, uaicss their owBer or agent be present r knows to the llrkrt Ageat aad C-mducWr, or other persua te reach for geavtarees of permit. F. C. ARMS. General S perlBteadeat, II nets, the, Ala. seII B AYRRS. Sarertotradent of T-ans portal.,. a, Mrniphl'. Tean. Notice to Owners t Agents of Negroes TRAVELINO BT THB Hempliis and Charleston Bailroad. r"S and after MARCH 9th, Negroes, traveling alone en the Cars of tbM Company mast have a Permit. specifyiBg they are to travel by Railroad Kir uWfrr r nt ageat must oo preseat io precur - th.- ticket, and to plate 'ha Negro ab-iard the ten; r some p i son. known to the Station Apnt or CoBJuUor, mast vouch tor lhe geaarn'aets of the Permit. marSnlm B. AT aaa. sap, of Transpersatton. For Baltimore, "Washington, A'ew i York, Philadelphia, &c Direct Thrcugii Lino for the East! Baltimore ami Ohio RAILROAD . rpHlS Rood mas from WaettS to Baltimore. (379 I BMles.1 and to Waahlngton, (400 miles,) and piesents the fullest advantages both aa a freight aad passenger Hae. It run through wild aad romantic regions of too Ailegheaie; and beiaj solidly constructed, completely equipped and carefully managed, is one of the most at tractive aad safest Railroads la ths Unitetl States. The Ovatral Ohio Railroad, from Cotumhos aad Zanesvtlle to Wheeling, ascites this road with aH portions of the West fi4 Sooth vTyjtX. The oxly TnaorQR Tickets from MEMrnis, Louisville aad St. Levis to the National Me TROFOLIS, are scad by this road, wbsch runs direct ta Washington wiiboat the delay of passtag through Ba'ti BMare. lt H al the only lis. by which baggage can be checked to Washington from the Ohio river. rS-By the mail route from Memphis, take th mail steamers, running daily for Looi.vitle, eesuectisg th with mad steamers or Jetfersoavide Railroad for C. aah where they arrive so as to eosaect with th-. . Little Miami kailr--' tor Col aaa bo i, connect ta there with Central Ohio Railroad, throogh Newark andZanes vilir to Wheeling. By the express train of this route, ths tame from Cincinnati to Baltimore and to Waahlngton isles than 7 boors. 3B ears to ask tor tickets by the Balltmara and Ohio Railroad Route. i r9Patngr trout Memphis gesag East through St Loaia, can bay Ttutwgfc Ticket by the Baltimere and Ohio Railroad. This route lays throashVlBcenaes, Terra Hajte, indiaaapolis, etc., to Yvaesstag, ov- tae newunioaaa Mississippi and coBanectlng Roads. These coanectleEi are all coreet, and the time mm St. LoQis to Baltimore or Waahingtori Is but about 43 hoars. Through Tickets by this route may ae nan or iae Agrai, unoer tne l.aa ttz'i House, at the follewiag rates : From St. Louis to Baltimore $26; to Washington $26. At Wheeling the par-eager takes the superior cars of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which leave three times dally for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Xew York. Through In IS or 17 hours, Induohag stoppages. For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of the country, and general comfort, this road is second to none In the Union. FREIGHTS- This company possesses the largest equipment ot any Railroad in the United Stales, and is prepared to do an Immense business la transportation. The road maies impjecUito coaiieetioB at the wharves aad In the streets of Baltimore with the Railroad to Philadel phia aad Xew York, steamers of Ericsson and Balti MoaE Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to Xew York, and by new Merchants' and Miners' Line to Boston, steamers to Nor loir, Charlestoa, savannah, && tror particulars, see freight tariff, copies of which may he had ot the Forwarding Houses In the West, or of J. B. F0RC, Receiving and Forwarding Agent avwpeoHng. W.l.3. riuuuaiujw, Master of Transportation, Baltimore. A. T. LAVALLETTK, Jani5-ly Agent, 51 Front Raw, Memphis. FAKE REDUCED! Prom Memphis to Jackson, gS 50. From Memphis to NashvUle, $10 50. Via JacKson, nayneaooriv tmu fjoiumoia. CONNECTING near Brownsville with thjs JCamphls and Ohio Railroad, and at Thompson with the Ten nessee and Alabama Railroad. This Is the cheapest mute to Middle Tennessee, and travelers are assured that no pains or expense wm oo spanw io lauanui.. Me The coaches, horses and drivers are superior. Our line connects at Jackson with J. W. Norwood k Ca.'s line of four bars, post coach ea to X ashvill. CJ,15 - XOKW00D id. F0RTUXK. foi and bBTYmiOUSAXD pounds Bulk Pork; for sale" by f- i . . -aSW TK