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M'trLAjr KK.KX. TROSrSDlL t TJIII.
1TIL.I.IA3I REX.VEDY. Jr..
A TTORXKT AT LAW oae itnr Gtfvn Bast Bitl-
X-L iet,3laitoattreet, MeeiW. Tfbb. sr ia-17
1. KlfOX WAL.XE&..
TXTALXXB.it Jl'OON'KIOO. Ltsren. MtmM, Jea-
V T nesaee.' Gnee, So. 37 Seat oM Ojort Seiare.
E. SC. TrRaEK.--.J30. c. UlMTWa. VERGES-
Tergcr. Farringtna & Ycrger,
ATTGKXXTS AT Lt.Tr, MEKFHIS, TXN'X.
VTM. U. ARICK.
"T)RKimSS, Bjeirar Cxulj Mimuibb1 GeseralLaad
A. axhh rir Araawaa ari ximMiw.
BxrEKEHCES. GT- H.-3. rU, siMtt Brooke
S. Set -. TliVrt. apMCsi
r. r. lotejot .. ...11. 3. niBrci.
tOrEJOr & HARPER.
ATIORXITS AT LAW, Chart-ston, Slsa .wmprae
.tao!toa(aotjge.aBtwo irth KIiMlps4;
TmlUhatebie. Faso a, T&kHiaa.. Oarrll. SwItt;
tbe Federal Court at Pontotoc, "and tbe 9orooe Oirt
atJackaoot Pmapt attrntios will te paM to te Objec
tion .1 OUta plooed la their haoda
RErrREKCEl Wat-oa, Craft Beatoa, HaTly
Bprlnat, Vl.; W. T. M'xrat Oifjrd. Xtoa ; K H.
ruber Jackaea, altu4 Watt, Koble KoWef. K Or
leasa. La apla-aai
EDTFAltO PICKETT, Jr.,
ATTORSXr AT LAW, UeapMa.Tesn. OSee,Jer
oc atrert. roidway thelVi; OEcr JJaUolri.
THEODORE C COXE,
ATTOSNEr AT LAW, Xeinpnt Teas Offlce es
. atata atreet ra OreeolawU BaJMiac, bctireeB UBtee
ATTOBJTXT AT Utr, Owil OeOecter for
. "Weat Terneotee OSce on Jefferson ttreet, rt
OCca RotMti'E. ep
J. I. SflAMaERGEK,
A 3?e"Er Ar t-AW, prestka, Mtaalwowil. PrernBl
.AUeAIen'irM be (tre to the OeSeoNea of OUhsi.
?or attending Diseases of ihs
a xn mo to II A. H a4 I U 1 r. .
XX. Toe beer ht tUaa M1 Uj oersted j
N. B Peraoss vtthUK Dr. OreichtoB's
wmtmwtt eapeatt thle arrsotwoett f?MS-tf
wiluam k. roiTos......... .ruirsAt T. ttacooi.
POSTO.V & SCROOGS,
jfltttornoya at Xj aw,
' jrrTIOB TS. f Cosrt Saare, Saalh Stde.
TXT'Ll.atTOtoHrM!' attentlen to pr.frnler.xl tnot
V V wm U KTrral OeurU o! ths rt'7 o! HEBpM.
tbe Cometh Jaitcul Olrcatt cf Tracarteo asd et KMi
Dtt TV. E. ROOEUS,
OFFERS nil pfo'MSietil serricee to the eltixrna of
XempMa. OCnoe, 5.0 Ja olds of Court figure. Keo
tdiceatA.0 Brrt" jo'lSa
s. r avs E--.--J- b. uaiMAax.
PAYHB' & TJlTTHAlsrS,
' : ATTORSEIS AT LAW.
orrica x- f- soeni side of coust sarABx,
iasa . -HEMPHIS, TE?IJ.
DR. T. F. PETTOX.
OFFICE oa the coreer of Jefferaoa oodSeeond atreeU,
U Turoaae'f Bolldine. jasSa-Ir
CBABJ.'aaCOtT-... ........ ........".I- T. SIXOH.
SCOTT & DIXOS
ATTOBSXTS AT LAW AXD SOLICITOR HT CTt AK
fiiBT tfrrantit. Teni Till produce their protea-
km to aH the OsnrU beU in the citr of If emphli. and the
Saprae and Federal Coaxtsal Jacxm. Profflpt atten
- Uoa 8 fee (t to ott clalnvt for caliscUsn estrneted to
tbnn OOoe nmt door to tho left, cp etalrt. In tbe
Walter Bock Main street 'ano-u
1 TmiVrr AT UK Xemphl. Tena Kefexenora:
A' VHiTt. Ward &. Jsnea. Phltlise h. Whit. Lash.
Tocnc i- Co. XcCitnahtxL, Tronadtle & Dill, XBton &
Pntnam, HHes 0en, 14,1 Jt. Avery, jirraoon
Oace, np atalra, at the corner of JfAln and lLaaiaen
ttreet a,textnocr 10 uc uayoao otuis iintnuitM.
J. X SLXDGE hu retsrsed froa Xev Tort,
orteraa ateoooof alnemoaiha, and hu effected
003 uUoa4ii( ram la that et'r He ha taken an
o(B at Kj. trXooroe street, botweea If am aad Second
trmtLma! vMsaot-prnrUee of Xedietow. Trhere
iMbuJoTeaMbiaeetebratedaHipoaBda. All tail at-
ten-ie' ti,dirrnlcht. Ashe tatenda locaUcc perntO'
neatly -In Me3rhtf , anl from the treot saccets he baa
had la the lmiant of the rartona dlwuei, he thtfikf
be tbviM hen 1 liberal pitnaa--front the dtlirna of
SEO. DIIOS...... ....OEO. BETJf.
BISOX & HEI.M,
a TTOBKXT3 AT LAW. K eaphif. Toaaeaeee, OSoe,
A Ssth aide of Court So Birr. 2 doora Exit of the
Jtirer lint. Jan-dU
J.VO. D. TROTl'ER.
TTOBSET AT LAW. Aniiln, Twies cosstr, KUi.,
.ft. tW attend to the psysaeat of taxes, redemption of
land, either forfeited or o- for tans, aad wa promptly
otteod to th examination of 9d tlUei In the counties
of Tnotes Coahoma, xWsrar ana Wsthtnrtoa.
' DIL. TIIOX. TATE.
rvrma hl STrloes to tbe citMena of Memphis sad
J vtecmy. uzseoa corser or secoaa sae, wstsE
too etrets. nirlM'
ISAAC M. STXILE-.r T. S0aOAX..W3f . D. STEELE,
Ooelnetoa. Tena. Jfeapbli, Trim. xenrpnts.Tea9.
STEELE, MORGAN & STEELE,
ATTORKXTS AXD OOUKSELORS AT LAW, If ea
phls, Tenn , will practice la tha Courts of West Ten
nessee. OSce-Ti Miln-tt.. In WiTker'a Block. .. Sd
Cost flpecisl attention paid to the coUorUon of Claims,
NEW LAW PA.RTJTERSHIP-
WK h. rOLC and Smith P. BaBthesd. hsrtnf
formd s partnership, lrtB hertsfter prscBoe law
tosrtr the ottyof Memphis.
.11. O. WELCH,
ATTORVKT AT LAW. J action, Tenn. All business
etrssted to Mi care proaptly attended to.
TOR DISEASES OP THXT
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. ARTIFICIAL EYES, ETC;
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TLOUtttfOY & FARUELL1,
ATTORN ATX AT LAW, Kemphia, Tennessee. OSce,
.Stmoi street, Kytb BafidtBt, Northeast corner of
Qonrt oVteare. jaT-dlr
THE partnership is the pcactlce ef the Lav, heretofore
ezkettnE betwea Sntttesn, TreadsreB YoBtaUse,
It this dsy ctssoreed. i nly 1, 187.
W. I- TREJLDWEXJ- .......II. rOLXIKTIKE.
.TUEAbWELL & VOLLEVTINE,
ATlflaK KTS AT LAW, Kesrpbla. Tena. OSce, Ko.
IlivjeSweao street, cp stairs, second door East cf
P. A. Kl'Efc'FSEiU 31. D..
TTOKEOPATHIG PfiXSICIaN AND StTRGEON,
ri -w... to laronn the clUtens of Ifraphla sad Its vl-
ctsntr, that ho has located himself at the southeast
DtkM .nl Meoond streets.
Oaee hora n'i. a 'cJoca lc the surnisg. belweea II
asd 1 stBon.aacUet-eea andTla theerenlsg.
B-..rrT'i2im bbaikee: Oor Blown, of Mlaa.;
Kolwo alltcaeH. Esq.. of Chtrtestos, S. CI Brs. Bering
& Lirpe, or rntta expats, zoo. xr. " - -"
WM. Fit YE ,
r Studio Third Ploor, '
OVER F. H. CLARE & CO.'S,
fpicf-if ugh-rait, rcsN.
FRIDJY MORNING, -ttil 14, 1868.
The Great Qoeitior Akiweked; or, Is
Htrrry a la Xtt ef f per M f ) Anwrnd lew
tEff ti tb Tetchbm fl tbe RcrtflorM : Br Jit A
BLOAX.A. X. Ixntl Vr nation, 08wr A Go,
3(pU Tran, 18S8.
A work under ihli title h? jtut been pub
lished, and noir preseat Mielf for the candW
roatideratioa of all who detire to obtain r
thorough and satisfactory knowledge of tbe
criminality or innocence of alarery according
to tbs teachings of tbe Bible.
To a carnal obserrr of tbe raaay arguments
bfTsi-mi.....oMrtsCanNiDtB,ti 2 H i
Fnr' B'k N . O ..15
tn Ckrtls. .par
tot Jrfir ....(DtftB.
Gnrfta(od Biatal ....rar
fllern Bint Viu-UOttiBxcauagc BankSrUl
usmptra auttn pan
ftund logiciaps in I hi HBs of OsngrrN ; oor
Cengreeslonal rcterdj bar been loaded dowa
with speeches and ineendiary baraafrea until
anythlag new from that quarter wold almot
be a tax upon tbe patience of the reading pub
lic. It has been a fruitful source of editorial
strife eo lon, that anything found, oo tbe sah-
ject, In tbe columns of a nersaafr would, now,
be regarded by tbe public is stale tbe idle
repetition of what nuMbedy else his said.
Several very able writers bare written pp
lar and widely circulated works, on slavery,
bat our ablest men hare failed to produce not
only a chain of arguments that would put Ak
olitionists tobIub,but they bare even failed to
produce any abiding convictions on tbe Binds
of a great many Southern men, in regard to tbe
innocence of slavery " in itself How oftrti
do we boar Soutbera men SanlUrn t larfW-
trt assart that tbe institution ef slavery is a
necessary eril, and tbat it would have been
better if African slavery bad never been inati
tnted? Hew often do we hear Southern awn
aay that those who introduced slavery into
America committed a heinoos ericae in tbe
sight of Heaver, and that tha Sotitfa is now
reaplBg.the effects of tbat crime, without any
possible' means of destroying tbe institution of
slavery, and not Increase a graattr evil than
tin good resulting from soeh an act? Tbe
abiding conviction tbat is resting on tbe minds
or a great many at tbe South, is timp'y tbif :
that the Institution ef slavery in a moral point f
view Is a curse, yet the emancipation of slavery
in tbe United States would be a greater evil
than the institution Itself, therefore such an
act would not be exptdient; this view of tbe
subject has been entertained by a great many
of our ablest and most influential men. In
fact Saathern debaters nearly exclusively, and
most Southern writers have run nearly alto
gether in this channel, tbat is the. arguments
adduced in favor of slavery have been founded
on the ezjjedititej of the institution, as it exists
in the United States, and not apes Ms tsnocrncy,
at it u ttl forth i tht ttord of God.
Hence the South has given Abolitionist fa
natics at tbe North a decided advantage, and
they have used it and miusti K to tbe extent of
their abilities. While Northern fanatics pass
by every argument baaed upon tbe expedienen
of slavery as worthless and nnworthy of no
tice, they pervert tbe bill to suit rbeir own an
hallowed purposes, and it is from tfais strong
hold that they denounce tbe restitution of
slavery as a heinous sin in tbe sight of God
as shocking to bunanrty and subversive of tbe
happiness of an innocent and BnoeTiading race.
Ttiere never was a sore systematic and scien
tific warfare carrred on titan tbe North is car
rying on against the Seotfe. If tire institution
ef slavery can poasibiy ever be orertbrewn, tbe
Abolitionists have taken tbe sweat and only
step to do it namely, they have thereby
brought religion with all its atreglh and
power in direct antagonists with slavery.
This is tbe stronghold of tbe Aboiitianlal
tbat tbe ramparts upon which they hate ar
ranged their unbroken phalanx and froa
which tbe South bebotds ia consternation tbe
Black .Republican banner, streaming out in
triumph and bearing for its motto, " Higher
Law," "Tbe battle is fought and won."
In consideration of this pssttioa oecupied by
anti-slavery men, it arill appear to every re
dacting mind tbat a work devoted txclusively
to the exposition of slavery " otcertiin; to tkt
teaching! f tkt Mtripiam " woald have not
only a salutary efiect in coMtraig North
ern fanaticism, but also in clearing many
doubts as to tbe itnoeece ef slavery from
Surh is " Sloan on Slavery," and soch is its
object. H's arguments are deduced altogether
from the Bible, and are intended to meet tbe
fophistrf and false iaterpretatioss of tbe abo
litionist upon a fair foeting, and bring tbe
question to a fair issue. With tbe Bible as bis
'rule ef faith and practice," as bis chart and
coavpass, he enters en a crusade against North
ern fanaticism and intrigue, attacks it in its
own stronghold, levels the giddy ramparts
which surrounds it, and holds K uf in all ila
deformity to the s:orn and contempt of an out
raged South and a deluded North. Mr. Sloan
has undoubtedly displayed great erudition aid
profundity of thought in preparing the work.
It is characterized throaghout for tbe simplicity
of its arguments, and its strict adherence to
tbe rules of logic Tbe author' style is re
markable for its simplicity, ani, although the
arguments display great research aad 'nvesti
gation, yet tbe whole work can be easily com
prehended by any one of ordinary comprehen
sion of mind ; it is designed for the great mass
of the American people, and not so much for
the studio of the man of letters hence the style
is eminently suited to that purpose, being en
tirely free frea all displays of fine rhetoric and
theoretical bombast Although the author has
written in strong and forcible language, yet be
has avoided all undue personalities; be has not
swelled his volume by idle criminating and re
criminating, but, on tbe other baud, be has
written it in the true spirit of Christianity, and
has never suffered himself to stoop beneath tbe
dignity of a Christian.
Tbe work is intended to show that the Insti
tution of slavery Is of divine origin, and tbat
it is ia perfect harmony with tbe Cbris'tan re
ligion. In attaining this end, tbe author main
tains tbe dignity ef Southern Christians, which
baa been ruthlessly ineoUedand trampled upon
lktrtfOTe,vitl tot Souther Chrittiam patron
ire thtvorkt ibe work was written by a
Southern Christian and a Sautbern citizen, pub
lished by Southern men la a Southern office
therefore, will not SeclAcm crfizfi patronise
it, and tndeazor to girt it a wUt ciratUtitnT
Thirtt-Foor Osstikate Fellows. The
anecdote related by Mr. Snitb, of Virginia, on
Friday, of tbe single juryman who told tbe
court that he could not agree in a verdict be
cause as be said, bis eleven associates were tbe
most obstinate set of fellows in tbe world, is a
most happy Illustration of tbe petition of tbe
corporal's guard of anti-lcompton Democrats
In Congress, lase, ror example, tue senate:
sf the sixtr-two members wbo compose tbat
bodv. thirty-seven claim to be Democrats. ,On
the'Lecompton question these thirty seven were
divided in opinion ae roirows :
Far XrcomDion.-'-AlIen. Bates. Bayard, Bea-
lamin. Biges. Bigler, Bricbt, Bro-va, C'lay.JJa
vis, Evans, "ilcn, jritznaincK, uwib, ureeu,
Hammond. Henderson. Hunter. Iverson, John
son, of Tennees-e, Johnson of Arkansas, Jone,
Mallorv. Mason. Pearce. Polk. Pugh, Reed,
Sebastian, Shdell, Thomson, of New Jersey,
loombs, wrignt and 1 alee.
Jgaimt 1 tampion BroJertck, Douglas and
Stuart ir-fftt?;(e Union.
gT An extraordinary meeting of the Great
baetern sttim navigation company was oeia
on Saturday. Tbe resort stated tbat the Di
rectors, since the last meetiaar of the sbare-
linUers. hed devoted rni.nulerablfl time tn nrex 1
curing informatioa, and ia obtaining epecibea
tions, estimates aod teoders, for eompletlBg tbe
worm oo board tne uompaov's snip leviaiaan,
to esable ber to proceed to e-a. lo eaecttDis.
farther outliv of X172090 was necessary,
wblrh sum. added to tbe present liabilities o
the Cornraov, amouBted to X211JSS2, to meet
whicb toe JJirecters pronesoa to issue aeoen-
tons preference shares to tbat sura, orf such
terms as were most expedient The total
cost of tha abip would be 801,522, or at
a rate of 34 per ton-; takingHhe abip at bond
ers' measurement 24.000 toss. The Directors
regretted that tWey wererjBable to complete
ber rtralpaieirts before tbe ensuing auto bib,
when it was intended to mase mvcii pieman-
, tn America, for tbe purpose of
testlBe tbe shird capabilities, and in the spring
to commence ner voyages to ixwio v
Detroit has the Champion Billiard
Plater Telegraphic dispatches were re
ceived oo Satin-day, to the effect that Detroit
waa victorleos in tbe recent great billiard
match in New York. Oa .Friday evening last,
John-Sereiter, of this city, beat Barney Chrys-
xai, i tiew aura, in ute eecouu Kau,cj - w
Eoinui on, oeing tuirty-uiree more tnan no neat,
im in tbe firat game, played in this city :
lit game. Bans 1,000 Barney eCS....!rT
SJ " 1 000 EtO.. ..170
s ooo l tsa av7
MaVine 307 in 2,000 poln's, and against the
champion player of New York, If not of the
United States. At the first game, played in
tDts city, some ot the best professional players
in the country were present, and the friends of
Hans onerea to dice ntta against the best- of
xxicxu ik, -r-"-7""v BttwBK vuo
IHiaTT.lrlFTlI C0KGaE85 TIBSr SESSION.
Washikctos, Jlay 10 flstuf. Tbe House
passed the Senate bills for enlareing the De
troit and Saginaw land District for the relief
or the Hungarian settlers in lowa, nereioiore
reserved from sale, and authorizing the Secre
tary of tbe Treasury to sell the old Custom
House at Bath, Maine.
The House then proceeded to the considera
tion et tne bill directing tne oecretary 01 tue
Treasury to nir out of the funds heretofore
received from Great Britain under the treaty of
Ghent, various suras to citizens In v irglnla,
Maryland and South Carolina to compensate
them for the loss of their slaves carried away
by tbe British daring tbe war of 1812.
.Mr B iss, of Ohio, argued tbat these claims
instead of being embraced In are expressly ex
eluded br tbat treaty.
Mi. uarrelt replied, saying tne uovemor 01
Virginia was interested m ine out, ana mat un
file Grit the slavea are to be naid for at tbe rate
ifcBiH&SO per bead, was ridiculous, thouth when
The s 1 tbe subject of tbe lave was mentioned
Fraaee. gentleman from Ohio and bis elder col
sd. H, Air. Giddines, seem aflVc'ed with a
GrssxMs of madness ilbe dogs witn trie Dydro-
pMbia Great Brttata gave a round sum ror
tbe satisfaction of these claims, and it was for
tbe United States to make tbe disbursement.
Tbe gentlcmtn from Ohio, as a trustee, would
keep tbe money in his pocket for the use of bis
or.-n boose, and not pay It ror uie ataves.
Sir. Giddines said, if it was to be paid to
Mr. Garrett replied, the Governor of VIr
gioia ia a Democrat and he wanted tbe gentle'
man to be more definite.
Mr. Giddinga said he answered according to
toe gentleman's remark about maa uogs, wnico
Mr. tiarrett said nothing more could be ex
pected from a man who bad distinguished him
self by blackness of heart, and who was guilty
of treason against bis country and his God.
Tbe Sneaker called Mr. Garrett to order.
Mr. Garrett said tbat 'he Speaker should
have restrained tbe gentleman from Ohio.
Mr. Giddinga withdrew his remarks. He
only wanted to sbow bis appreciation of the
gentleman's charge, net insult tbe House.
Mr. Garrett I have nothing to retract.
Mr. Giddioge Nor I.
Mr. Garrett The member his Ions since
placed himself beyond the pale of notice from
The bill was referred to tbe Committee of
Sreaft Mr. Seward presented a petition of
Mr. Tieaaa of New York, and the Mayors of
Brookltn and Jersey City, beinc a committee
appointed to consider plans for improvements
of the draioii.tr of those cities.
Tbe petition asks tbe action of Government
towards forming walls alone water 101s. ne-
ferred to tbe Committee on Commerce,
Mr. Wilson presented additional documents
relative to the claims of Maine and Mas
sachusetts for expenditures incurred under the
treaty of Washington. Referred.
Mr. Chandler presented a petition from bust
ness men 00 tbe northwestern lakes asking for
an appropriation to investigate woetner profes
sor DdllaVtheoryof foretelling storms Is appli
cable to tbe locality of tbe lakes. Referred.
olr. lioolittle presented a resolution 01 me
Wisconsin Legislature In favor of grants of
land for a ship canal around the falls of
Mr. Sebastian presented a petition from Pro
fessor Schoolcratt, asking for compensation
far collecting materials embodied in bis history
of the Indian tribes
Mr. Davis offerred a resolution which was
agreed to, asking the Secretary of War for in
formation respecting Merdecai and Dila-
pUiae's Crimea report.
Oa motion of Mr. Mai lor v, the Secretary of
War was asked for tbe report of the surreys
of the Atrato and Truando rivers.
Oo motion of Mr. Hunter a resolution wss
adopted tbat tbe cost of the funeral of Senator
Evans be defrayed from tbe contingent fund.
Mr. Brod'riek cfTered a lengthy resolution,
the scope of which was charging the Postmas
ter of San Francisco with malfeasance in
office, and inquiring to know wby tbe Postmas
ter General did not aci'in the matter.
Toe resolution for tbe presentation of a
medal to Commodore Paulding crme up in order
and was postponed.
me bill ror tne repeal of toe fishing bounties
was taken up.
Mr. r'essenden made an elaborate argument
in rapport of the continuance of the bounties.
Tbe line of bis reasoning was tbe Government
policy, which bestowed these bounties, was to
produce a bardy corps of eeamen who would
be available in warfare. Secondly, tbat this
policy has proved effectual for the purpose for
which k was designed originally, i's continu
ance was absolutely necessary to the navy,
whereas its repeal would be disastrous.
Mr. Sammoods spoke in favor of the eontin
aisee of the bounty, sayine that the repeal of
tbe act would be a most unfortunate species of
Mr. Allen moved an amendment tbat tbe
bounty be extinguished en the 31st December,
Mr. Hamilton moved to amend by sabsti-
lutltg lhOS. k
lr. Crittenden iad, rrem bis entry into pub
lic life, regarded ibis as a part ef tbs policy of
the Government, and bad net found oecasion.to
Hi a fte bis" epinfen. A MM bad passed tbe
House to educate men as farmers, and we may
equity educate them as seamen, hence he
would rote against toe repeal.
Mr. Toombs spoke generally against bounties,
military, naval and farming, for the reason
tbat Government educates worse and dearer
'ban anybody else. This bounty was not origi
nated as a means of aursry for seamen, but
oaly as a drawback o salt, .
Mr. Beojamiu showed tbat the bounty receiv
ed by nebiug vessels was enlr one to two hun
dred dollars eseb, and notwithstanding the re
peal of that amount cod would not cease to be
an article of human consumption.
Mr. Collamer had no deubt of a continutnee
of a sufficiency of cod for the supply of the
world, but the Senator must remember tbat tbe
reciprocity treaty admits, datr free, fish caught
by tbe provincials, and the effect of the repeal
will be to raise seamen for the British Nary
lnetad ef the United States.
Mr. Beniamtn replied tbat the reciprocity
treaty was acceded to by the South, with tbe
sole new to benetit tneir nortuern oretaren,
there being no reciprocal trade be. ween Canada
and tbe Southern portion of tbe Union.
Mr. Collamer said, in reply, that in bis opin
ion the South acceded to tbe reciprocity treaty
with tbe view of giving Canada all the com
mercial advantage ef a connection with this
Union, without her coming into it to disturb
ibe balance of political power between the
North and South.
On motion of Mr. Green the subject was
nostDoaed till to-morrow.
Atter an Executive Session the Senate ad-
Washington, any i. Moi. &yie, ot it. 1.,
and Mr. Austin, bis Private Secretary, hare
just left this city for Arizona via San Anto
nio arm san uiego. uoi. saties is cnargea
with important duties connected with the Post
Office. Interior, and Treasury Departments in
tbat Territory. It is said that be has a confi
dential communication with reference to So-
la company with Col. Saylesis Prof.Pearce,
Mining Engineer and Geologist, and S. Barton,
Civil Engineer, wbo go out in the employ of
the Lapori Beard and Mining Company, to
place in possession the mines of that Company
witn tbe most approve.) appliances or silver
The Kansas bill will be officially dispatched
to morrow to Gov. Denver, with instructions
designed to secure a fair rote on the proposi
tion to be submitted to tbe people.
The estimate for tbree volunteer regiments
for eigbtef I months, Is said to amount to $4,-
500,000. i hey will positively not be called
into service until the appropriations are made.
Lieut. Geo. Scott has-arrived, in pursuance
ef orders frem the Secretary of War.
E. E. Dunbar, just arrived from Arizona,
confirms the great value of the late silver ope
rations ia the centre of the Territory. He re
presents its condition as distressing in the ex
treme, and brings tbe proceedings of public
meetings held by tbe citizens of Santa Cruz
Valley, addressed to Congress, praying urgently'
for relief. The memorial is placed in the bands
of Lieut. Mowry, delegate
Washington, May 8- Senate The cham
ber ef tbe Senate was crowded to excess to
witness tbe ceremonies preceding the funeral of
Senator Evans, of South Carolina.
Mr. Haramond,of South Carolina pronounced
a brief Eulogy, BBd dwelt upon the circum
stances attending his colleague's death. He
narrated bis history, and said that tbe arrows
of death bau entered often of late among the
hieU pieces of honor within his own State. He
offered the usual resolutions, requesting Sena
tors to-wear crape upon tbe left arm for thirty
days, and that tbe Senate attend bis funeral.
Mr. Benjamin of La., followed in a strain of
eloquent eulogy. He epoke of the death of
Senator Butler, andex-Gor. Hamilton who was
drowsed, and of tbe deceased.
Mr. Hale of N. 1L, followed, saying that it
waa not often tbat be mingled his volee with
those who delivered funeral eulogies. Now,
however, he must pay a high tribute to tbe de-
ceased, wbo bad reminded biro of his ideal of
a Roman Senators Like a shock of corn folly
ripe be bad been gathered from theee scenes,
and sank down full of honors.
Mr. Wilson of Masaaebasetts followed. He
said his lonjr association with the deceased in
Committee, brought ont those beautiful quali
ties and traits of"character which he could ap
preciate more fully than in tbe open Senate.
The Senate then took aTecess till two
o'clock, the hour of the f oneral.
Home The jlatne met at eleven o'clock,
but took, a recess till one, when a message
waa received from tb Senate, announcing the
decease of Senator Evans, of South Carolina.
Mr. McQueen of Eou'h Carolina, delivered
an ealogf upon the public and private charac
ter of the deceased.
Mr. Socock of Virginia, at the reqneat of
the South Carolina delegation, bore Dis tesli
mony to tbe virtues of tbe honored dead.
The usual resolution of respect were adopt
ed, and the House adjourned to attend the fu
Spiritual Alchemy. S. A. Peters, a cor
resnondent of the Spiritual TtUeroph, writrs
from Philadelphia that Dr. Hare is having
manifestations in bis laboratory " which will
force conviction upin the minds ot those -who
are determined not to believe," and as a specl
mes, states tbat a cimraon manifestation Isthe
transmutation'' of copper pennies " Into gold.
This certainly would be aa convincing a mani
festation to most people as anything we know
("The esUmatea of tbe expenditures of
ik. irnriih ftovernmrnt for the ensuin? Tear.
. according to Mr. ii'israeti. amoumi to i.
Pitch awd Cotton A Warding to Black
guards. On Friday night, of last week, two
drunken rowdies, wbo bad been in our comma
nlty for a short time, busied themselves In In
suiting the women and children of several cf
our most respectable families, doubtless know
lng that no male person was near to protect
them, me ladies called upon the neighbors;
and constable Oldham's artnearance caused tb
scoundrels to secrete themselves. On Saturday
morning they were identified, and lodged In
safe quarters until 8 o'clock at night, when
tbey were taken to a suitable position on tbe
oanxs or Wbrte river, treated to a coat or pucn
and cotton and sent afloat In a " cotnn looustr"
boat, without a paddle or steering-oar, -Tbey
were duly warned not to trespass again on the
soil of Arkansas. Their names are' said to be
John L. DoTns and Hiram Bushnell. They
hai I from Wisconeln. All such stock are here
by informed that Des Arc is no place for them
and tbe next scamps of this class wbo stop
here, will fare worse than. those above men
tioned. " An eye witness'' informs s that
Dawns and Buebnell declared they bad been
dealt with far less sererely than they antici
pated, and tbat tbey bad learned a lesson tbat
would ' stick to them " for asms time. Det
Jrk Citizen, May 8.
Mail Contract. We learn from a private
source, tbat a Mr. Reesid's, has bad awarded
to him the contract for carrvinr the mans tn
four horse coaches, on tbe route from Little
Rock to Clarksville, in Texas, daily, at $34,uw
We clip the following paragraphs from the
Powhatan jldvertiter t
It is rumored here tbat Lafayette Sullivan,
wbo was to have been hear In Bitetville. on
last Friday, mai'e bis escape on the night be.
roi e. jt is said cuiorororm was aumimsisreu
to the prison keeper, and by tbat means made
We understand at the Democratic meeting in
Cache township, among other recomnendtions
for office. Messrs. J. M. Barnett. C. S. Wain-
wright and James Cbilders were recommended
for tbe Legislature ; js t. Aiatnewe ror aner
ft, and J. rv. iiiimoBse lor Cleric.
Thomas LSulftvsn and Tbos-'FrT, charged
with tbe murder of Themis T. Sul'lvan, In In
dependence county in this State, on the 26 'h of
December, I50i, bare tied from justice and are
new running at large, uovernor uonway of
fers a reward of $4X) for their apprehension.
High Water Our town ia again inunda
ted, and we are forced once more to explain tbe
cause of the difference between the outside and
inside dates ot our paper. Before we could
put tne iBstoe to press tne water came up on
our floor, and took complete possession of onr
oruee. in order 10 get out toe paper to-day,
one of our printers has consented to work the
press in tbe water. There is now over two feet
of water on the office floor and thing.
Tbe reports from above state tbat tha Mis
souri, Upper Mississippi and Ohio are falling
rapidly; yet we will not credit the rumor until
we see some practical evidences of its truth in
this truly unrortuoate locality.
The overflow has caused incalculable dam
age. Every industrial pursuit has been par
tially or altogether suspended. Indeed, our
sufferings are more than human patience can
calmly eubmit to. Independent of tbe loss and
Inconvenience we hare sustained by tbe high
water this spring, a year of great pecuniary
embarrassment opens itself to our view. But
few of our river planters, from present indica
tions, will be able to raise a third of a crop ef
cotton. Money will be one of tbe institutions
01 the past, and credit unpleasantly contracted.
All possible leniency and forbearance sbould
be extended to every worthy citizen, and no
narsa or oppressive means should be used to
force money from parties who have lost their
whole year's operations from causes orer which
tbey had no control. Napoleon Planter.
Cwgresi Improved Progress of Business.
Fraa the Wattloztre Union, 7th
Evidences are already apparent in congress
of the good results of tbe dismission of tbe
Kansas controversy from its deliberations.
Tbe sessions of each House are longer aad an
uncsua. amount of business is despatched. iMot
only is Congress bestowing its attention in
good earnest upon tbe miscellaneous business
oa its calendars ; but tbe temper of members is
favorable for the despatch of business. Ore
of the most important of the annual appropria
tion bills was passed by tbe House on yester
day without any formal opposition. This is
but an Instance showing the temper of mem
bers of a 1 parties 'n favor of the facilitation ot
business. Ibe disposition to despatch business
seems general, and none are disposed to raise
dilatory objections merely for the purpose of
clogging tbe progress of bills.
We suppose there will still be m-tch anima
ted debate during the remaining weeks of the
expiring session, on original and new questions,
such as tha Minnesota bill; but, if we are to
judge from tbe experience of the present week,
tne regular routine nusinees or congress win
bs taken up energetically in its due course,
and be allowed to progress to maturity without
impediment from dilatory oDjecusoa sod un
necessary motions and roll-calls.
me resolution wnicn was adopted by a
meeting of the Democnts of the House, a
few days ago, approving the President's sog-
gettiea of pasauig bins in time tn atuw ntiatic,
few days' deliberatiou upon them before the
expiration of tbe session, is a coed au&ury ;
and we have reason to believe that it not only
expresees the sentiment of the Democratic
portion of Congress but ot tbe opposition
We can see n reason, in view ot the swim-
raiag maaaer ia which tbe business of Con
gress has got along during the presBt week,
to doubt the practicability nf an adjournment
on the 7th of June, tbe day fixed upon by joint
We could not invoke for the country a
higher gratification, or for Congress itself a
more welcome result, then by wisbtog, as we
do with mewh confidence, that the adjournal?! t
may be effected by the dty determmel on.
Cheaper titan Mver!
Bare now reseired an lmraease Sleek of
Gentlemen's and Boys'
Oonpristkg an tbe nvlties sf tho sesion in
FANOT CAS31MFRK SUITS;
PANrrr LTBN suits:
FANCT HAR1RILLBS TH3TSJ
SUITS of e.ery Tarletyof Ooods;
BLACS GOODS at all priees ;
IfUSLIN AND LINEN SrnRT3. of all grades ;
AMD A COMrLETC STOCK Or
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Which were parehated at ' Panic" "Priors" fir
OASLI. asd wfttVe soM at correspcodlncly low rates.
We llelt sn exsxilsstlsn ef oar stock. "Ns trouble
to shew Go !," ssd erery article we sell, guarantied
as repr seated.
SPIVEY &. CI.AKKE,
tpl7-dln 31 htahi street.
Corner ef Main and Monroe Sts.,
Wholesale and Retail Peelers ta
IS, OiL LEJkTHEB,
ataaafsctarers and Dealeis la
Saddles, Bridles, Harness Collars, Whips, &c.
WE have now en hand, a fall and complete xs-'
aoneaentof GOODS la onr Hue. .bdwM be
norlelnx weekly, rretb adliUeos to oar stock, all
of which we wxh sen aa
CHEAP FOR CASH
. the same onxlhr of Onodi caa be twrebavd either la
CineunatiorSt. LocU WowoaM specially Invite CUUV
TOX atXXCHlNTS snd dealers to as exxaicatlon o.
our stoeZV ai we areptepared to pat up thttr orders at
tne emrteex oe'
au Re 4. raxsBlscnred in the uoaie. wxrrxoten.
We win tut st all timet, the btfteat nartet pi, In
K'des. Pars itud Peltrlep-
r. TIl:r .14 lire his speeixl atlentisn tothta fcrsnch
ef bMe- api-qom
THE SOUTHERII CITIZEr?,
Jolin Mitcliel & Yr.. G. Swan
At $2 per annum, or $1 for six months, paya
ble? invariably in advance.
l rR VITCriBL haxlog oamrnreo m the 78th sum-
iVJ. her of thepaoer, a eerl-s " L-fers addressed U
tbe TTon. ALEXARorR II. BTtFnCM. of CieorcU
which, when c-'tnpl- ted will fnrnj.h an entire hlstery of
Tho Insn Troubles of 1818,
With thetr Caoes and Conaoesora,
The SOUTHERN C1TIZKN will t ibe no-eetereat
ror tobeth American acd Irith resd-ri. Beatles these
mtrlnotlona froai Mr MitcneL. the Souther Cm
uri will oontliiae tohsre Hi ssusl nxo itr of oriiUxl
mailer noon rolltleal and Uler.ry mbjeets prepare! by
him. Theelrenlatlon thosch largo and cooilanuy In
crea'tng. the P.oprltt rs h.re thoeght wl be much
,imlAl fcr in xannenreoen! in trie form.
Comrcvnlex'lona with reml'taaces may be addreiiw! to
ItlTCHEL fc SWAie. EncxTiBs, Teasestee, or to any ci
the Mowing Aieati :
S 0 Ceurteny 4t Co , Chtrleftjn, South Caroltas.
Thomxs B O'Connor, Sxrxnnxh, Oeorgta.
J. O. sf organ. New Orleans, LnuMtaa.
James A. Gentry. Richmond, VirgiMa.
Alexander Adamaon. Waxh'mton City. - .
Talllnsge Si Turn-r, Crcci.Bsll.Oblo. "
F V. . nsverty, 1 1 0 Fulton street, New Trr.- - -S.
n Goetitl, U Diarbln street, Mobile, Alabsms.
Bui B Dam. Miaoule Building lbnlxsery. Ala.
Boss(tTouceyP12lNsssuktreet htvr Tork, supply
dealer. en'T opon iintrin. xerw. -James
IfcSlun, lit Kearney street, San Francisco..
Clubs of Ten will b toppUed with the Paper for $15
FVR. SAUNDIW oS it 3. . BoOxsk Co.'a trreg
1 Store, ttsr tht Post OSes, arf-tf
i. . snsarx i
J. B. SHARPE&CO.,
Ho. 23 Yortt Bow,
T) ILLS and orders filled with the 3 en nine Article st
I minataetarer's prtoes. One knulred dllrront
brsada coaatanUx oa hand.
. riTZOEBALD...CnAS. C. BILL.., woodwohth,
HT. FITZGERALD & CO.,
(Swxeum to Pert, Slftn Co.,)
Grocers. Produce Dealers,
COMMISSION & FORWaRBIXG MERCHANTS
Bo. 44 Front Bow, Mcmpniu,
POIVD. Bli&lSVE & co.;:
SiQS of Ibe Big CUUr Ml
If sin street. orpeeHe Court
&Iare. Memphis, Teen. Van
Bite'Brere and wbo!esle snd
retail 'cikrs la SUdeVtrr scd
Hsrness, snd GBrxl Attn a
for tbe sale x. Gin asd XU1
B.nde of errry deecristioa
Sleep crater.? eei hsnd, for
1. Iaw tar eub or rtmmnt rtxv
a ia'xo a"?rtmnt ot Saddles, K.
Bridles, sad Vartlsgals. Purer.
Carriage, 8tst- War en. Dray snd PVror Harness', Blind
Bridles, Collars, Hastes, Whips. &xl; and Carpet Bass,
fce Saddle Trees, Saidiery asd narns MaterUla.
Patent and XnasMled Lesiber and Cl-to. SDtrtlcf flsr-
sess, urine, upper, ooie, licux sad wnxnr Leather,
Deer Skins, 2lc. tu.
lUTtnc a practical knowlear. of onr hsstnoia. art hone.
xopeaio. wora xasae uoroer ana vsrrtniea.
roan. bebic bl co.,
mart daw Sowors toX J. B. L. Winn.
Ner Wharf -Boat,
30UKSOK fc I'EAY.
And TJ. S.'HAIL AGENTS.
A- T. LAVALLKTTK 8. W". PATNB.
A. T. Lavallette & Co.,
Steamboat and Railroad Agents
AND GENERAL COMMISSION
FREIGHT AGENTS FOB, TUB
Memphis and Charleston Railroad,
Comer of Front Bow aad Court Streets.
riERKE A. BERTnOLD.
MAC LOT TIIOMPIOS.
JUL! OS It. SMITH.
ALTSED C. BERXOCOr.
BEBTHOLD. SMITH & 00.,
HOUSEMAN & SMITH,
Wholcsnle Dealers In
'orelgn and Domestic Liquors, and
m and 113 Noam second strset,
Jsnis-Ir ST. L OtI Ifl.
. B wiLLiAassoir m a. brown
J. B. WILLIAMSON & CO.,
ASD C93IlIISSI0Sr MERCHANTS,
NO. IP sTSONT KOJVtf
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. -
H. A. G.LA8SF0RD,
J. VT. SHACCLEFOBD,
Exchange Bank of Georgia,
VADISOH STREET, CORNER BANC AVENUE.
RECEIVES Deposits, boys and sens Ex'haBce on New
Terk and Nev Orleans. Dliossts cool bnslnes ns-
I p- r, tat does a ceneral Banking Bnslneaa
Acrxai xo jrsmjers vane, Knoxnue, Tens.; w J .
Darie, Biq, PreiUent Southern Bank. Menphlss Cask
of Palton. Atlsnts, Us ; A. Jferrl't, Etq., Atest Plan
ters' stak; SiTsBsh. Ot. at fi riffle. Ox.
A. VACCARO & CO.,
n. it.u..ai. t
t uix'iga auu uuiaesiic ijiquors.
WLES, CIGiiBS, FRUITS. &C.
No, 293 Main Street,
d9S-tf HBMPntS, TENN.
DRUGS H WHOLESALE !
WARD & JONES,
239 Main Street, Hamphis.
WOffLD resprctf"ilT in orm their cnitoinerffoal.
a4 the pnMtc thtt they have lnh feclUltefV-J
f jr bn. leess and hsrine ample roest, the kep cn4
hud tnoh a stock as JutlS-s them li an lot crdeis r
riMds la their II loot trsde at as low amies astro same
qttalitt of Golscanbepsrckawd westef the taona
la'os. Woorrdfslly InTlto Cenalry Uerchats, Dinx
xists aid Physicians to an fxam nation of our fleck
ard pile's Even article sod csxrsntled cn-scdf 11
lreAtSi. or no tale. epl7-4itT2w
niBllUJI,!! 1U OK iUAIi, aiitCxxl,
Afrx toert South of t A Oli Stand, oppotitt Hum.
rrcte o nemmgj, aia t ieAtrtj T Bra.
TEE incscrfber hexs leave to anneanos t his nnmer
ocs friend and customers that Is cosseonence of the
erection of bandiszs st his old stand, corner ot Xaln and
Jtadieon atreeu. ho has removed his DRUG STORK to
317 M"ain-8t Memphis, Tenn.,
Where he will be pleased to see his friends and custom
ers, xM asasrrs them and S3 In wsst of anylhlnx tn tho
Drat lino, at wholesale or retail, that he la eSerlnv each
tndnceraots In the qisllty asd price ot his (coda as on
not fan to give satisfaction.
AO orders rrom DroszuU, Phyddsns, Xerchsnts,rian
ten, snd others, wSI meet with prorapt asd cartful atten-
.Tenderlnx my thanks to the dtlrens of Uerenbls asd
tha ssrronsdiat country for the very liberal pstrossce -tendnl
to me daring nine years past, I trust, try strict st
ttntloa tobxsiaesi and tho wants of ray customers, to
utenfc a nwuBiinoi ox ueir parrsosge.
. D. JOHNSON,
Jenli-dawly Drnnltt snd Apothecary. 31 esnphia:
. D. J OKaSOB.. .....,....... .. ..jx. a. L03B.
JToJinson & JLonfj
rTATK UUdiy fomMpirtneiililpfor th puiTWeSfrf
Wholesale and Retail Drns Business
At 117 Kiln street. Ilenshia. TVnn.. romn.ita If essra.
Webb H. Rawltsgs, asl Flaherty h. Bro.,) and wo aid tu
rtle the attention ef all tn wast of anything is their lino
to the examination of the atock and pneee.
Prescriptions will receive particular attention at all
seers oi un osy aoa Slgat.
tnnls-d.wlr a. a ijnsa
S P E C H T ' S
ICE CUBA M SALOON,
BETWEEN MAIN AND 8BCOKD
TOiBPHSPEOtrr bets tears to laferm the
i uiues sea ueaticmen thst hs hss opes.
Ico Oroam Saloon,
where bo will be piessed to see his oM eustoastsshd the
puofic in general, ue rerers to nil
which is nunsf attared by himself la the only Porcelain
Fcuntsm in the ciiy
N. B Always oa nxndevery variety of Cakes, Can
dles and other goods generally kept tn a wed aiaorted
CJ- Partl-s, WeddU'gJ aid Balls furnished at thorteat
notice uraers rrom tne coaniry promptly aiiraua to.
DH. B. L. LASiXY,
PhTslchn, Surgeon and Acconcher,
Washlsglos Street, between Mats and Second,
Muesheers'fromT to o dock, a sf., aad from J to 4
o'ckcs, r. 31.
TDANXVl'L for tbe ktsl prrooago heretofore ex.
tended to bm. I take cVature to Inform my eultem
era and th noM.e n aeaeral. that It is sot my intention
toleave this city as has beea reported, and that I am
ever ready to attend n ail cases or Internal and external
diseases, aad that I am pr psrd to ssdertsks the most
difleuit operations and aocoaehmrnta. andtbstldonot
im caloarl or any preparation ot mercury is disease
Secret dlee are c-red is my on method, lti sues
manner as cot u lnterlero ws the business of tee px
tient. and that 1 V sot ost say nttrcury Is the treat-
meat of the e
For the folio wlcc RoemsxU.m. Arthritis, Neuralgia,
NereoesHeailxchesedToo'bvhe. Faralytls Dyapeptla,
Torpidity cn the Uer, Spuuu ottrvmture aad weakness,
Uterine Dlwenss tilo-, 1 o'Jr ai utb or wuio aweu
tng, lVarorss.es V4I as all dteeaweb: the Xe tn lXxr,
Amesarrhora. Chkt-o-ls, SterUily, Spermstorrhoe. he..
Ac., or aav-dieeaee lhav le-ielre an enllr r-sulaitoa of
the euid asd ureas a statu, I lit the M sgneto-B'ectrK
trestawst, whieh Is sniTertsrty knows far Its practica
bility Atter a practice o: ten years as bias raysxtan ana
Director of sctstsI hospitals Is Germany, aad eight
years practice tn tbe Culled States ray reputation as a
Physician, Surgeon and Acconcher la sufaeatly ettab
ttehed a ta cm no farther comment.
de-33-dawty UK. li. L. I A3XT.
NEW PAINT SHOP.
MILLER & PIMM,
On Monroe Street,
BETWXBN MAIN AND SECOND.
TT7ILL bo foaad to readiness to 0 SIGN, and all th
1 v naer crancae ot
Grainintr. r.f it..
Al mh tlm and manner as wu tniure th most perfect
aauaiacuca xo vrery seat xo-t ctrcumsiaaoea.
Of tup-rtor tsleot ar attached ta our eatabUism-nt. rsch
a ar rarely orer found ooubinrd 1- anv one stum 1b the
Southern or Westers country, asd havu bees secured at
a tramencou exaesso ucr
Gliding on Glttss,
Is equal to asy In the Uslted Stater.
Of all detcriptl' s ruralshed la a tew hour, rot tee.
Peraratlaite tloi glreo t., aur work, both la Orna-
taental and uocs tali tug. aplo-im
. Jsl Received.
Sfl FlBXJKj wimeOMo Sutler.
Oy -al CpiELXS cCUAN.
. -....r x. i . - - - '---- ,a.m...,,,,,,M,.BasvB,.a-MMl-w
J. W. JIAKTI.V,
DES ARC, PRilRE CO., ARKANSAS:
GENERAL COLLBTTING AND LAND AGENT,.
FOR TIE COOHTIE
BOHDEBTNQ OlT WHITE HIVJUE.
BcrEREir-xs. 1.F ri-tlai. Banker, Ifraphls,
rwa-i J W. Siulhsr A Ssa SrawasvMs, Teua.; A.
Stewart Jt. Bros., Dea Jrc, Ark Frith a Jackson, Des
Ar. Ark. msrl dim
PILOT KNOB IRON CO iLPAN Y,
pilot Kxon, mo.,
HOT AND BOLD BLAST
jp i a -i r o 9
Cocstaatlf on hand and -for '
OFFICE, 34 COMMERCIAL STREET,
8. Pr.x.r. SeerMirr.
If eCC NX, Prexldeak
c. at. nxnvxT b. .' barveti
C M. HAIIVEV ee CO.,
COMMISSION & FOBWAWHN'O MEKCHiSTS,
XO. 19 SB ATI BE ST , NEW OBLSANS.
ESTABLISHED IH 1SU.
OBDEBS tor Soother rtxm i.
Staples carefsotp snd Ilfc3-S
ttit prempxiy atteaaea t. te ..weoj
soSUlferiliandit rad TnSZ ir,.m .53
duce received and forward! seaerdlDg to- iastreoilaes
with dispatch. Frijht by sallorsMsacoatractedfer
at low raise
BxrER TO Cook At Oo . J O Ortaar at Bro.. SDed
St Straps, n.unah a Shxaks. rar4wt1y
CAPERS & HEYWABD,
General Coiumisslou Agents,
For tho Purchase and Bale of
Bcal and Personal Estate,
Ot5ce-South Side Adjer'a "Whtrf.
ClIAItLESTON, S. C
TJI0S. PARR CAr-ERS T. SATASE UETWARD.
GASVIN, BELL & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WtrOLESALX DBALKXSIN
FOB 13 1 GIT AND DOMESTIC
BUY GOODS, . .
Manufacturcrs of Glothing,
Nos. 442 aad Ul VaM Street, North SUe,
ItTWtDt 6TH ASD STIt,
WB are now epwhig ar Spring Stock, wbWh wttl be
complete tn sit IU deosneaeats. aad respectruBr o
licit the att'Btle cf Sataera alerchants. We eff-f al
the alrantazes thy eaaohtala la any other market, both
tn pr-ca and Unas. GABVIN, BULL a CO.
LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL
C. L & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AKD BOOK PRIXTISG PAPER,
AND DIALBJLS IN
PAPERS OP AT1T1 KINDS,
VXt main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
jrwinr w 1 j
GOLD PEN MANTJPACTOBY.
T. II. HOSK.IXS,
S3 Third-Street, between Market and Jefferson-,
LOrnSTILLE, XT., ' '
OFFERS to tbe psklk OoM Pens ot hla own msnnfsc
tnre atwHefusle sad reull. warranted tonal to anr
made tn the oans'rr
BOLD PENS REPAIRED ASD REPOINTBD.
OM Pen s-nt by mail aosoespAoted with 60 cents tn
money or stamps, will be repaired and retnrned by next
If. D. SMITH
...C. O- SU1TB.
N. D. SMITH & CO.,
COLOGNE AND PDSE SPUIT8,
Nos. IS and IS West side Seeead street, between Vain
TEETH! TEETH ! TEETH I
DR. C. CnlDSET, DeaU. Sa e-n. hss ,
removed his otace to Ca'k's Mi-Mei
tuncx. Batraneo en Jf ad aoa atreet, wherell
an operations 1 S arrival and Jf ec-aalcal
DenttstT Is aaeatineally pai formed asd warranted.
DItS. UniO.V it. C0TELL.
"pvXNTISTg, sir sfsls ttteel. opposite Odd
XJ Follews' Ball, Heupots, ToaBeasea.
SCCCXJSOR TS BR. S. HOWCOTT.
ALL DENTAL OPERATIONS performed st th short
estnotV-e, sod gsAraaitat. OaVa oa Mala .street,
oppraite the W orshsax hae decS-em
FREUNG grateful lo the pnolK fr a jag s4 -tlaued
pr c ic of fon-t-en y are, I take tht ra-tao
of akBawledgir.g me tnvebt-neM, snd would ssy for the
morfl entire saec.ss aad aocomax.dttk.ns it mr Bamet
00s patrons, that X have a atd with me, Br J C
COLE wh.wtiiitall Iteee act In eoao-rt with me, thni
euxbiteg me to devote atoretlaw ta ray cfleixl duties aad
s-rreallwho may re-talre D atal operatl.nx. By tkla
artangemeat we will he rntd to wait auen all wbo call
upn ns aad none s. awardisa-poliiaed. Weba'ceferr
tioe or uBtiatrrwiia oortectaees ass oieraicn. nspns
the asm-lioetstpilroxske that ha Vea ex'adrd to m
m.y cmltnaota favor of the a rax, a nothing thxll be
left nndoee a oar pat t lo as?rH tbe tasse.
apil-im w o. dbxan.
Drs. Brya-a & Cole,
jusin Street bolotv- union.
In Prorta a Stewart's New BaiMing Soath End.
ABE now f nlly prepare.! to perform all
rA. operatlsaa appertalnlec ta the pre fa a
Ion; together with all the aew laxprsve-i
mrnts la Artlarisl work
Os of the firm caa bo feuad at the sf9e st sit tunes,
Bight or dsy. W. O BRTAN,
splt-ly J o on..
DR. G. W. ACREE,
OOURT STREET, CORNER BANK ALLET.
A LLdeatateperatleni performed la the
AA. meat iklltrnl masner with the least
possible pain. Fall r part Ul Mtta of1
teeth inserted with tho lateet UBDrore-
meat and nxrantled. Sol rent Tree Bans: money taken
par when the cash Is paid down. octn-aiT
P H. HAMMERSKOLD & CO ,
Architects, Civil Engineers and
03ee on Madts-m ttreet, over Gayoeo Savings Bank,
A RB now prepared to tarnish designs for. and rupsria
rL tend the erectton xf poelle or prlTate buUdlngs,
church-e, atere atore axturce, etc Thry will a'ao gle
helr.Uestlon to any work oamlug uod'r the head of
Clrll Englnerltig or Sarrejtog. either in town or
coat: try. Any dseriptfcj of Architectural Bsetaeerlng,
jt Mechanical Drawlage execute-! wun sn accuracy ana
npatBesaoet lobe surpassed In thit country De.Igsa
aad worktsz drawing, pvr dwel lng h.eeaa or other
balHInx tn the country so executal thst any lntflH
geut sesro carpenter caa follow them. Designs for
TeratH, t-ataphs, Van'ta, Stc ,
Havlngh'dextnalveoes isira witnmauuixcxurx
North aad We.t, they can f raiah any description ot Iron
Fronts, Bxkaaies. Window Goxrds, Xc, fcc , at reduced
Ron A. B lBgstreet L L D. ; Hen. Chsrlea Scott ;
Sim Tate, Ejo... Pre-Went Memphis aad Oharlertoo
Railroad I Cel. W. M Stockton ; Dr j. o. xjwsBrnaa
IX Oockre.1, Ewj. i T. J Ftnaie, El ; Gen. G. D.
Mitchell; J. MeXeerer, Esq.
Office hours f rom A M to I P. st , and from 2 p. M.
toSr M. ntjn
Tar. labssriber havlag parcha..ed the letereat of his
partners In the 1st firm ef Ilocrso, Cooper fc
Leake, wHI caBtlaa lb wnOLESALX GROCERT,
GOMMISilON AND FORWARDING BUSINESS In hts
own nam and for his own area sat, asd TespectfuTy so-
liolt tha patronage of the oM bob c ul -mrra snd nis
friends generally- JNO. G. FLOUBNOT,
apIO aplS 16 MalnatreeL
mil Cm ot FLUDRNOT. COOPER S. LIAEK. U
I this dsy dissolved by mataxl cos-est, the nam of
the nrra win be asea I . itnMa'ton only
JNO G. FLOOBNOT,
M. T. COOPER,
sptO SDlS K. W. LEAEE.
Staiaed Glass !
THE aodarsWraol takst thla m-thod of infarmlag the
cttx ni of Meuiphl asd the urrus4mc country.
that h ta tww prrparrd to fill all ord In the atvlb
for CuFACnES. PRIVATE DeTgLLINGS aad SIORE3.
Fsrslthed and teat lo any part ot Ibe eatstry.
Vartena ratterna coaaUatly en hud.
Old Looklns (.lass and Flctnre Frames
RE-GILDED ON TSE StlOBTEST NOTJCB.
Pictnres reaovated and made equal to new.
Agency tor th PATENT GLASS LETTERS for Eaw
WlnUOWS. W TJ PA33SQRK,
S'ore ta rrtrrlna k Slowart'a Bleck.
ap2-tf Rar ot 'ha Ga'oto Hoase, Memehla. Tenn.
ON tho 10th tsat., I sod my entire Interest ta the
Book and Stationery store of Lamb, Tooxg ft Co . to
T D WILLIAMS, and would recoam-od lbs new nrm
to the fsvorahieconalderatlonot my former frvsoa ana
pstrona. jasiz tuu.w
.v.....nH wk... .li vhn xra lodiMed are
InwitMJ . r .U .-A m.V. ..rtv xetlleffiest. Either Of th
membrrsof tbe Arm ar aslharixea to rrt-ip. w
n ... . . . . , T.XXIB. Xrt.
Th bnslnes. will be coatlsard at lb old staid, under
I, .m. of LISD. WILLI Arts ex w., "n irr
will be glad to ee thetr trlrcda and ih public generally,
Term. Caah, or dy Aeceplaace on abort "aie.
LAX O, nibWMa i v,
rsarlS-tt No. li9Maln'a reet.
NEW PIANO STORE.
THE STODART PIANOS.
HAS the pleaaar to sedo trace to his friends and the
subllc generally, that he has been appointed by Messrs
Stodart St Mom, ot New Tork, Agent for tha sal ef
Re is Bow-opening at thetr store on Matriaos street, a
lew doors rron th Uctan Bxat. a lart stock which will
b told at una rare prices mta--xwiy
Notice to Creditors.
TTTX has suggested lo tho County Curt ot She!h
VY dusty, th ln-elrency of th estate t th lato
T SOS, B. CARttf ll. er wEicn an craoucrs tcereor wi ;
tat notice, and tresest taelr elxlna as required by law,
S. B. HAWLET,
bmH Asa'r. Atoi'ix,
S. WILOS TERROX.
i D.O. WILLIAMS.
S. . VERSO'S & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Coinnaitsion ai
Tis. Front Rw, vr Slsschasi at Galsralla1
KBKFHI3. T2NN. sux3-ly
COMMrsSIOJf MERCH AST
omcxISo. is nosbt u hunt's block,
WWW CONSIGNlaXNTS cf Cstloaand Wheat a-
i&aastl Cited. atak
r-- t Bxzxtag asd Kope, asd a8 SegtaSS; fsrelshsd
at atwest rales.
Straabs Fiantaltea VIHt always a hs&d.
EISII3 SET1ER. ....
.E!I. AS M. WARREw,
CI Tlili'linala, Ala.
or Law-emeiB., Ala.
SEVIER & WARREN,
Commission & Forwarding
TWI 33 XX O 2DC A. ST JP J3j
NO. IM XAI5 8TBEST,fXX3t7Tn3, TXNNS3XB.
"VfX. O. C. BOONI, late ofLoaUTlEr, Er , his bra-ce
iYX xxxocixtei wati as la th. Grocery ssd Cczasussloa
caatneas, osttsg mm tse lit isstsnt.
MASO. 7JOUVELL & ROOXE.
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
Bo. 131 atain-etSSoraphix. Tenn.
BACGIN(irS?, Jeaas, Lbney7anda ccseral aixxtt
fTaMatxoaraacpeej coMtaatrrtao hand. ia
j. a. gAtrLX.. ..af. a. itiTcnrr.L-...j. ar. sasple.
Veaplrls. Lite of Aberdeen. Lata of Foatatoe eo.
SAMPLE, MITCHELL Jc CO.,
ConirriiisioTi. Heceiving, and Forwarding
XADISON-ST., TBIXD DOOR BAST OF UNION BANX,
A SUPPLY sf best Batata f and Kop alwsys ta star.
Order fax supplies ailed at th lowest cash artee.
We are alto Acuta for tho axle of Geo. W. Wkaans
Doable Geared Portable Threshers snd Wheat Pxaa.
wates ar superior to aaytktos f tho kind errr eserear
to tae ataater. cetsx caeaper. mar darable. and lui H
ie to get out ot repair, aad may be used with equal ad-
tituw ta nicer or ueta. BarzTHlawly
Ar.f xt Davis, late of Barweod ceanty, Tenn
Tnoi. n. Williams, lite ef New Orleaaa.
W. Vaw Wisxlc, lata of LoeisTtile, Xj.
DAVIS, WILLIAMS & CO.,
Gen'l Steamboat and Railroad Agents,
NO. X HOWABJVS BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALSO Agent for If ours. Jeaalsgs a Beyaotas. fr
thOAsl of Pel tax's SeU-Sharpeslcg Portxa'ji Grist
AH badness entrusted to oar car win recetr oar
speelal attention. JiXS-dawIy
SBTPSON, HAYES & Co.
No, 194 MAIN STREET,
Vf Orders fr Baaxtuz. Xopa aad other Sxrmllr.
PrempUy sttesded to saxS-dswlzmo
Be AC ID
SEH), SHELTOV & CO.
NO. 38 FRONT ROW,
TT ALL Cotton seat Uear address Isaured, unless
wj,n,rceetoas U the contrary are receliea. B
ac3 mlttaaees promptly mad to order. Plasters'
orders Bliea with car. Sell or Forward Gotten
at 60c eats per halo. T l-ril vTinrr nuidti nn mnilrn
C. 2: BORTOS....H. C. HORTORr. S. WOOODEIX.
C. HI. UOATGX & CO.,
Commission ami Forwartlln?
iS'O. 33 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
V V V PARTICULAR atiMtisn paid to Sto-,
Pijjnag. seiaag aaa SBIpatag oottoc
2272Ceep caBstastry oa haad Baaxtax.
Bop, aad Plant atton SapBUe gta-
A. J. BtOTTQOMEBT,
MONTGOMERY & JONES,
KTo. 3JL TVTfMTt t woa-rat.,
Between Front Row and Main,
A LL Ootlea shtpped to as, er otor by a after tts srtt-
JLvai.wtii omfed op aro Pester f lasaisBce, us
ess otherwise tnjlraclea. JualS-dw-ly
D. H. TOnSEP,
5XgV UOTT-JXt irACTOH,
R O C JB M
PROMPT aUentten gives ta Storing and SeUlagOettas,
oid stsnd No. 6S Frost Row, Memphis,
W ARB LAW HOWARD W2f. T. BQWAB8.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS,
DEALERS In Saxgtsg, Rope, Twine. Sar. Ooffe, Mo
Ixams, Rice, Ftoar, Lard. Baroa, Mackerel, Salt,
Londea Porter, Ale. Woe, Whlaky, Ttaegxr, Lime,
Laad-Flaster, asd Groceries generally. X good stock.
Bow os xnl, and for rale at reaaonablo prleea.
3Cash adTances stade on Cottons In store for isla ar
shipment. Oar Opes PoHcy ot Insarasea covers all Out
tMcoasigsed te sa by water; abo, tho risk of Fire
while to store, uaKss otherwise Instructed. Oar prlosi
for e tor tux sad seBlag Cottass, tho ixau as w bar
charred for erpx.t tlftvrentx oor lale 0Ct4
JDr T. JflcGowiVs
IODIDE OF POTASH,
Blood Fnrlfler and Health Restorer I
PRBPARXD from the FRESH ROOT, tho oaly Had
wortky th attention ot Fhy.lsians or th aeblici
oid. Imported root being Inert asd worthless fact, too
macs overlooked. The exponents cf this m edict a
hsv hfen extoHed hr some ot the most dbttBgatthed
physletanats the werkt, as Sir Wm. Fordyce, BraeVI.
usgri. uotsosi, KMora. sell, ac, for th care or sro
fala, Etaes Eril. white Sw.iiiag, Srphits. Bheuaatlsra,
Goat, Nevralgla, Dreary, Dtaease ot tho Eldaeys,
Liver. lus, spmn, sxm. Eruptkas, sues or D.cers,
Bletahes. Pimples ea th Fees, Rtarwarm or Titter, old
and buiaate Siret, Chreaic Sar Byia heaKl Head.
Gottr, Palss of tha Boa or Joints. Splat
Oecrptalut, Lamtag, JsaodKo, Fecial Covtstaints.
TsnMrs, Gartexy, ttc It remoTUS Impurltiea ef the
Blscdor System or abnso of Mercary, and make the
i tin dear aad saiooth, aa ejct of Interest wtta tfee
Laaies. 11 sbosm be axed la ta prior, to partry tae
Blood and prevent slcksesa. Prie, $1 a battle
ItlcRown's Essence of Tar,
Is a ctrttln cur for Bowel Oaawtatats, as DUrrtora,
Dy.entery, Flux, ite.
IHcGown's Dogwood and Iron
A permaeest cure for ChtlM. arnDeaato. Nhrht Swetts,
paleness or trndeacy to CoassTptlos, Agae Oake, Ac
ITIcGown's Golden Pectoral,
For the rtlief o( Concha. Ooads. Oeasamptiea, Bron-
chltl", Whoepist Csuga, ax.
IMcGown's Stomach Bitters,
A pfeasaat and Invigorallnx Tsslc
Nrver kawn to faB curlag oid wres. Oaser-s, Sera,
External Ir Sinusal leas, Chrac Sen By, Ae.
Ail the ahive prepared sad awd by
U. 8. BVGBE3, Drswlat,
No. 211 Main street, saaih et TJatoa, Meats!,
mrTf-ixwly Aa 1 for tK by all other Bragglata
.fviUsA lb t areiiiaK putLc tbat hi rirurr
aaiMSsRISTAI)RANTaad ROTEL GARNI,
oa Ad.ms alret. n'arly oppoait th WtKtham Hoaae, la
"' Ma M Bda aad cnatrms will b fr-
slah'dwith all ls of Gam asd dctteata f O S
oa a. we 1 as the cbotceet trxad. of Wines. Challerg
rtc'a.'! comp-tl'lon, he solk-lts a Bbetst sbsre of the
Main-8t., Old Stand, bolo-w Monroe,
(The elicit pcrsuno t iland tn the exlf .)
TTAVK conatastlr oa hand all else of Patent MetalBe
AA Burial cases, which they ire aaa put up ir-io.
is th best mssBsr Also, sll linos i wooa ana uw
CoTered Cao,, wblch ihey tell U a fair price.
Ordera from th cola try prompt atte-4ed to. and Fur
ntture made aad repaired, and upboiatmeg execuxeo..
Tn1tlxlext and bvfxr the iMrt teanortant tsrprove-
ment In Photography Is th recently patestod ple
nia known aa tha SP1TERXOTTPZ. which la sot only
now asd unlike any ef ltd piedeceaaors, hat greatly ss-
ptriort aa. im spnereotypc 1. prooi aixxu.. i..
Ant and WATER, and for richness of tone, wsrmth of
MWMllM IMt itllttlnM. 1... .M ,W1TAt IB fXCt thO II
lusles Is such that the picture, r Irnag, saems susptsd
odta air, entirely Independoat ot th bach ground
For tht picture wa hav th exeiaatv right for Mem
phis. Spectment'tan be seen tn our GaHery, wher p-
nres ara also taxva rs mo vanoaa asxi.-
who combines the ChemUt with tha Artist, which esa-
Ues hfcn at an taaes to Bracace uprBr f-"""T,
T S. CLARZ js CO
4esS-tf 7o. X CLark'l JXartl KocX.
C. K HOLST & SON,
NOW opea to Water Vailey 72 miles soslh of th
jBBC.lea with th Memphis aadChirlMtoa BalVroad
on the Northern Die), Ion i l mar leee Using frem
Grenada, las. , to Memphis, than he aty ether root
Mail sad PssxesaertralB lean Water Tale' at 8:15
A M., arrive, at th Juoottsa S.40 p st Rata lag,
(ear- JmaQWn at p. St.; arrtvee at Wat r Teller at
H:JO r. M, eaoaee'ioc with Slaa It Co ', am foar horse
post osacliH for Off- de, Gresada Carrol tea. txlaa
tea aad riot ' atatiea oath Soetbern Divitloaar the
NUatasit Ontr I Rxaeoad. At Oxford Ml., tswrnall
train runaat with Meat JamiMqa StCo.'a s'aaeator
Poalotm, Aaoyaoea, C)etamha, oa Moaday. WtdaeWay
Pa'a-nx-ex far any point oa the Mteslsxipal Oatcsl
Baileoal wM-aiaae e' Kl A osasaodatloa oa
tee M' nasalls aad Chanesioa Raurtud to areM dtaarw
po Btsvat, aa that Is th 00.J irssa wo cocaeet wtta
fr a Memphis.
Passat, mttst to Mamshls esaeeet wHh th Mall
Tram oa th- MaaaKl! and ChsrssstoB Rxtlrsad aad at-
n a. x sua at f p. jf
St. te. WALL,
febiStaw Srrpertae-ytot M U B. B.
ILEKOIS IESTR1L RAILROAD,
1)310 AND MISSISSIPPI SAILSOAO LINE Of
TO HICXMAX, MEMPHIS, VICX3BDRO,
rtATCUEZ, SEW ORLEA1S, SEW
TURK, BOSTON ASD ALL
FronivC airo, Illinois.
IRK lbGnfOleV 0BNTB.A RAILROAD aad OHM
and MIsJlSeHPPJ RAILROAD hxe mxmwmil -
rass not with thf3atBg swift a atotgrtPatia
ger and Fr tint s eaataoata rsnatag a rega ar tea .va
ry allot aa:e aay bHwoas
OAIHO AND 1TE"W OBLBAUS.
IMPERIAL. - -PENNSYLVANIA,
Capt Van Domii
NEW FALLS CxTV.
J. E. WOODRUFF, -
ALtX SCO L I. -CITY
A T. LACY.
WM. M. MORRISON,
NEW UNCLE SAM,
Fa xlBxfrtm Cairo aad ft oaaeettSA th moat x
p-ditt aad reHxH route ta
CBICAGO. Sr. PA9L.
ST. LOfrS. GALENA.
DSdaXHTB, NIAGARA FALLS
SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW TORE.
BOTTOM. QUE BED
PORTLAND aad all importaat prists,
lMORTJbC -XZCTX A-ep.
At OMeaxo, eoaattsg with MlchxaB OaMrxl Csrs.
teaetag th itu aepst for Detrat, Niagara Fab
Ba- hoahar Ashaay. New T.rk JBoatoa. aad aB Baateta
aad AtUatte Otties. Oaly two abaages ot cars frrm
CalrataNit ara. ant tars from Ca r ta Amaar, aaet
foar frees Cauato New rrk. Time fast Cairo to New
Tork, 43 hears. Ooeaeet at SaadoTsl with Oafs aad
Nr3ltsH Railroad from SL Loals aad TiaeaaBea : at
Pxaa, with traias of th Terra Saut. Alton aad St.
Loals RttlrMd. ' Indiauapatis Lotimilo aad OtaeiB
. tU: at Deca-.ar. with Jatta Its Bxpress for Gaieaa
aad rrioleita ta Isfer ewaaerttaK with traea to
SprinfSeM, Nsptes. Reck Istxat BurliegtacaadQataey.
All Irxlas from Cain caaaeet al Saadaral with the
Ohio aad Mlasus.ppt trains for St. Lots asl CeBetn-
Th miaols Centra! Rattraad Omsasr hat added ta
their Recta; Stok tweaty tsaerb atat-rowt ateestar
ears.esekstwhiehwtri cjmroruMr berth arty passes
gers. Tlarouelx Tldlxots,
J31Aer if Slea-tioaf via St. hnittndthnet cr Jtsxf-
naaotu uatro , autd nunc r Ksuroca ta anpoinf
good tor oo year, (st aBowiag hotdsrs ta stop at aay
potataad resale heir sextsal paaare, aad aU tafor
malioa rets-c leg tbe roate stay be praJurod oa apoHea
teen at tb OomptnT'a OfS to, Ml Jeff-noa atreet a doors
east ot tho Cenvmercitl Hotel. Mrmphla.
WILLIAM MORIN. Ateat,
For rnisol) Om'rU and Oh as 1 Mississippi Raareadi,
snt hsi nsaursor ateamrrs. nartx-ly
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
R A I JPR O A D .
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Oa'asd after WEDNES9AT, Faaraary 1. 1857, to
Trams oa this read Ml ram as f oHsws, (Sands ye
Ta Mast aad FaaeesgrTraia,wM lesva PaaetadaBy at
7 A at . aad arrive at Memphis at 10 a at.
He am ror, leaves Memphis at 1 r. st .. aad antre at
Panax at p a,.
The Fr-uht aad AeeetamedaHoa Tram team Memphis
dally at S:X0 a. sf.. aad arrir-t at Psael at II a. at.
RelnrBtBs;. (eaves Pxaoix at IX A. II.. aad arrives at
Verep j(. at p. el
Persona trsreiiBg oa th Mir Train caa spend fire
hoars in Memphis and reta-a in th tarn day.
Pssxrncer Tram make ar-ert onaaectien at Memphis
with ta Memphis aad ChrMta Ball read gstsc Bast,
aa. taa steaxawie aaa uata HxHrexl getag NertO.
7a Freight sad Accomawdxltsa rua ia caaaectlon
wrtfaStsaa to and from 'be fol'.wisg plate: Oxktaad,
Preetoa aad Grenada, there makeag eoateettes with
Stagee threes h CarroTtoa asd Lexissten l theeo ta tea
northern terwml.f th Ml-ataalppt Ceatrxl RaBread for
Caal. Jack a asd New Orleae.
ThreufrTlrkataforGreaala caa bo obtained at tbe
ThU Is mch the sherteat ml, aad paenag-is tea,
lag If era paii by the morals; traia arriv at Grenada tl
saase ereBUs, haelag daylight tbe whole way
M W. NEWELL.
Jaeat If Genera! Sap-riaieadent.
Jtlem&liis anil Ol&io
Commencing FRIDAY, November 13, 1857.
Two Daily Trains Each TFayi
ON asd after FRXDAT, Neremher 12, Trains wffl rra
Mall Passearer Trsla will leave Brownarlfi dalle fP.ira
days excepted) at 8 o'clock A. a., and arrrre at Memphis
ReturBlBg Leave Memphis at I .'dock p. st., aad
arrives at Bro-wntTtUe at :6& p. sr.
Th Freixht and Accaamodattea Tram teaTtnr Meciahlx
daBf (Sandays excepted,) st7:35 o'clock A.M., sad arrrre
at erewaanneat ix:up.st .consecttBgatMaxon'swHh
Its of Hacks for Oevtaftea.
Returaiag Leaves Brownsvalo at 1:45 P. Sf .. sad st
riving at Memphis at :IS p. at.
EI Thrssch Tlekets for the foHowlag ptace can be ob
tained et F. M. Patterson St Bra., Coomerelal Betel,
For Baltimore, TTashington, New
York, Philadelphia, &c
Direct Throngh Iiine for the East!
Baltimore and, Qliio
R A 1 L li U A i) .
TniS Roa4 runs froax Wheeling to Baltimore. fS7
miles.) aad to Washlagtos, (90 miles.) aad present
th rones t advsstsaes both a a freight and passenger
Its. It raa Ihroagh wild aad romantic regssna of th
Aflexheales ; aad beiBg solidly constructed, completely
equipped and carefully maaazed, Is nac of th most at
trsetlve aBd safest Rx lira aoa la the traited State The
Oeatral Oata Railroad, tram Osismeu sad Xaaevrateti
WheetiBg, state this read with all portions ot tho Wear
The orlt Throosh TicxxTa rxosf JtEMrBis,
Looistillx ssd St. Lorji. ta the National Me
tropolis, are aeed by thia lead, which mas direct to
WsAbiBStea without the delay ot pasatag through Balti
more. It is also the soly Its by which haggsre caste
cheeked to WasatBgtos trees the Ohio river.
3By the MAIL route rrom Memphis, taxs taoasii
steamers, rasalBg daily far LoulavHIe. oasffieetsBg there
with mall stesmers or Jesersuivnie itaiiroad ror utneta
aatl, wher they arrive ao as to coaaert with the cars of
Little Miasd a.n for Ootumbas. aeaaeetrng there
with Ceetral Ohio Radread, tereagh Newark aadZanea
Tlfie, to Wheetatg. By ta express traia of tot route.
the time from tnactBsati to satxtmore anu w w xutxiuxi
I. leas than 27 hours.
rrBe sar to ask tTtKu uy xaonxjitaoroxauuiiw
rr-Ftsaeafers frem KSSBpot worn tast tuxeuxs ot
Louts caabaynroaghTlcsMaby thsBalUaxsreaadOhlo
Rained ThU roato tays throagh Vlaoenae, Terra Haute,
iBWanafulla etc., to WheeUag, over the new Ohio aad
Misieiit ssd coBaaecliag Roads. These connect loui
sr sB direct, asd th tlm tram St. Loals to Baltimore
vrxAhrsctoa as hat about 43 hoars. Through Tiehetj
hy thsa roate may be had ot tha Agent, aaaer th Plaa-
tors BOB .e, ax tw pnwnwairiw,. ira4.buwa xo
Batttaore $25, to Washington $2.
At Whceimg the paaaenger takes the superior cars ef
the Baltimore and Ohio Raxlroad, which leave three ttmea
dally for Baltimore, Vashlsgtoa, Philadetphia and New
Tork. Thmaxh ts IS or 17 hears, radadtB: ttappaxta.
For safety, speed, regularity, beauty ot lha country, and
gaaeral osaafert, thx read is second to sob ta the CsSen.
FREIGHTS. This company possesses tho largest
eaaJgaaeBt of aay Raaread la the Called States, and it
repareq to oo aa tomeae onstneas m transportation.
The read makes tmsiedlate ceasrctioB at tha wharve and
Is the etreeta ot Baltimore with the B Broad to FhHadel.
phla aad New Tork, steamers ef Bncasoa and BALTIa.
MORE STXAMsniP Line, By Casal asd Sea to New
Teak, and bvnew Merchant' and Means' Lina to Boston.
steamer to Nerrtk, Chartestos, Savannah, &c Fcr
parllcnlars. see freight taraT, copies of which stay b had
of the Forwardtag Boasea ta tho West, or of J. B. FORD,
BcerrlBg asd FTwaraR$ Agent at WheeBsg.
WJX B. WUUDSIDS.
Maaterof Traseportatioa, Balttmen.
THRQOGH TICXKTS. ailowtnE tho hoaier to step at
aay point, aad meow taMr seats at pleasure, may be
purciusea st tae usmsaay-s trace, ao. to, jromoo
treat, S doors Bast ( th Commercial Hotel, Memphis
xeaeSS-ly wsi. mukih. Aawax.
HOUsS, SIGN, A1VD 0RXA3IEXTAL
PAINTING, DECORATING, &c
T. H. PAS8MORE
mirid tila crtbod of mfermlBethecilltesaof Mem.
I x.. .. .ik. has nermaaesttr located himself here
Lo carry oa tae aboro paamees, a utra .1x1
niav favor him wilh their patrooag mat au worx eu
irlllM to him wiH bare hla atrlct PERSON AL ATTSN
TION tn tho select Ion and preparation of the material,
.IM-,'. ,v e.Hkf ai erreatloa of the work. No exer
tion win be .pared on his part to glr satisfaction and
perform ta won tnorougoij, -
.. , . ... ar th. mnAl txxtldioas.
ntoleitexperleneewarraats htm ta saying that hit
contract will be eompHed wtlh to th entire satisfacttor
rT.w .v.-,..r,.,,r.,. him. They mar also rest
asasred that any viaBocrtxM x-
tjw v . v... Im-m In refer ta th fnflnw
vur uuattscnii., x -
tn nersoos : Capt. C. B. Church. Capt. T. weU, Mr.
Wi Pooler, Capt. J. ole, Capt. AJgao, Jtr. urnilier
SHOP aacx " M"w " ""'
75 LIKELY TOlfflG SEGROES
-rxrsT revived, from TllnU. South CxrollEa. Jv
.1 North uxrotlBx, wa - 'uroA
Lne St rat MecbaBtcs aad House Servsnts.
mm a.waP (a Man. aaxBasaB
wow-.. FORREST St JONRS.
nrlT.Tm No. 7 "rrri
rADB from Indian Com a beautiful article.
Ivl en- axla bv
B. F. FAINSTTORTH It CO.,
So.T Treat 9ir.
TBtOCGU from V-ct.oarr, KialMavl t Nw Or
lesB. Unuuna in foor ee boar, sad a half, ay
wsv of the Soathera sad lb New Orl sas Jaektoa aad
Great Northern Rxii -Md Th caeaaeol aad Bst x
prdltloaa at from TKksharg to New Orloaa
Bereafter ta pas-eater men wtr: lear Ttcaaae
dsltvat a 14 p at . arrestee at Jaekeaa aad esaaeettBi;
with the 'rata rrom New !! rr Caatoa a sr p
t . aad arriTtag at Braadoa at 4 4, p K , lax usaog
with th -txllT ira of ' tar Mjswgmty. Ala.
Iavtaa BraBda ai 7 SO A. M . ami lag as Mshaea
snd ooaaeetwe with he train tm a Ba lor Now r
Hxa. it S:J0 a X . xad ixthis TtfkiBaaratn oHhllk
The traia cxrrrrae the - all frost TiokaharaT Sac !f-T
Orleaas wti'leae Vrt barv daily Baaaay issigSsa. at
4 oe oek A.M. aerlTtsx at JastM. a4 osuBiaasag wNtt
th train from 0t for Nw Orloaaa at S:t A at.
IM.tgJexMaJ-rertK with th lswa fraea
Nw Ofeaa tae Cat tea ai S.Sft r K.. aad Matarter at
TIckxhu-EairjS p n. c WILLI j.
api.ir al !
MEMPHIS AM) rilARLESTOX
CONNECTING MEMPstU WITSI
CH ATTA ffOOO A,
THil?!!l, ' . a twM
Ihrweek a awaexiral xo 1 - -
. . ZTT. ' . turn Tsawya roan
deed stw shosaer. Ba.ostt rwaosr 4
lavh.r te ek axSTM uxeaar
mitUd. aad a eaeiac efleet of U kawrs. -"-w-r-Flar
thrw St.. TwrsBsry. H ...aits, ts a,
tor-led for la euaveyxsc uf Srvaat.
AtBsetea. Sa.. . rboere.af, n aah as
tbsaoa rsBway thrxh liras Sowtk Cwaossa aaet
Nerth Carailaa t Riehm. ad. r By the Steat If .sua ill
Laae throaah Z.t Tr ..(. aad TwirtaU a Eaexs
vMeracabarr, Rsthsaoad, sad ta all f th iri.Soafc I
THE BZPRB MAIL TRAIN lee MaBSua JjUI.
- . ,.1. w. WMW.
TSE AemMMOOATtoir TK 1 lx.'
with x Misf stv! Oaural aad Twaamri Cibuu
Baqroad . sanrTBI aad Hix.axlx at. kwa.
TRAINS CWSieCT-At Itr xad Joel lost wKh aa
MtaetsstsaH OaaWal Bailnad ta sMrp raw a. OaSaedT
Greaada, Caaaaa. Jaekaxa. rte . ul ,x-' WZH.'
atppt aad TeBei lee Oeatral Riirad X. n, -
WmM Foeaheatw. wttfc a Irl weekt Mm me -- -
Bier. PaataOe. Aseaea. mat C. Saail as. Mtf.
wan a ally its at loai Inn laxxohos
ihrtngh As-eea. Oelanaa. ae . to ta BirttiVa li.".
mlooa ( the Moaale x4 (M. TlillT.U
Throaah ttefeea cood aatti aoedwtth th prl.a.,.
etweaguaarpotatdestrsd. S.td at skrt (teemaz,
Bach patsngerwai W a'lawed oao aassaitd aaaaaaof
bcxig; BaarMei win he earned x. Bouwm taM La
net toesdeattathepersMiK. B.se.r. h ZZit
! ta Ooaxaaay H hold thaaaaere mfaawM Is aa
aaocat aot exetwtlog igo
Nefrota, wb-a Irireaac akaxe, saw hare a lemK,
uaa'ag ta patat to which br ar to aa. aaat aaJeafyBax
toT;'l T ratirxad. er they wfll aat fc
esrrtoi. Na ttoket wBl a mo! aosa. aw wffJI ahea ha
J ears xmH tn- ar ow
eat or kaowa to the Tleket A seat.
perxoa te naoh lor aearata-am o peeanR.
F. C. AKM8.
GBralSiisBI ad Lai.
.'-"'"J"t-"t or TTsafrtarp, urn
DIRECT ROUTE TO
OTAGES tear Games' Undrac (Mania. Ippl
. , pxesnxsr xautaxxxB the.
dtp of Oimdea to
Wahta... Ark "Throaadt ta S4
MLBiNG It 8TONH, Aaoats,
rW t ,..
Great laaaceaest te BslWers.
LUMBER AT RBDCCID PRKS FOR CAwBt
YELLOW FINE. PopUr eao Sosa 910. Jo4t aad fmi
tag, Wetar-boanitag aad SaeiiM; c,y wyta,
aadelexr whMaPtae. Cp-e. aad Posfar. Its aasSS ta
Uleki dreKea. He. whit. Ptr.o, PcsSxr aata aaa
neortsgl iwl Ceiltn. Slxo a large a-ao laaiaa ef
Sh'sgle sad bewod xad sawed faxir. me all mmmm. xa
erJ'ra frees a dt.taoc-. arvamaie4 hv ta x mr
through laiiiiiiaa.a. armewtir x't-word ta.
B .11 ore, aoath M Ceatr. Lxswtac Watai asvewt
V M K. CWCBR.IX-
J. H. nJLFQRD,
Sash, Door and Blind
SASR. Doors. BUaaa aad MoaKtsag heat oa haad aad
DCORS AND WINDOW FRAMBet,
"Worked Plooriogs, CeiliBgg,
And all other mteajln work sa ala Itaa-wiB h aaaaashad
CONTRA4TT8 ON RITIUHNG TAXsW.
trnniMaaasHaarM saw street, axxa-Mtaxattt.
tad Ohsrlestoa SiBeaad Dapst, Moaajfcla, Tat
MASCrACTTBER or "
Trunks, Valises & Carpet Baggi
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, -
-ttTT aad Oca try M-rcaal aad th
.alt aad th ax.jj1
rl ed toei.av Av(f
j pa fea.raitr, an tart
i ait atock, wataa.
otaapa-s. ueaaal ia any
.-HorxB or we.t.
Warkdoa to order ratty gtaraatM. Al krodaof Re
patriBg aVaao with aeatsxia aad dnali. BMSs east
rdera BrieBtlv atrao.i to WS y
tWNEia of tb f jflow'sM Toad wiB ai. I a al par ta
j use, ar taey win o auii t pay as
W. a Bex MeraaMi;
Joam Jtano l aaxTaole;
R. Bator 1 Nn Nwcheaallett
Wat. Baitixa 2 bos H. H. Gnd
Wa BBglM I barm S tarM-;
N msrk, I ar sxtay Shaft!
No maik, I Baaay Pom;
No mark, Cypress M.a'lnx;
Nom.rk. 4 Fire UttiBcx:
No mark, bars Roasrl Iroa,
No mark, 2 b tra Snaare Inaf
No Btsrk. 1 tat Iroa TV
adH-IBl POVAL. AtGHO ACQ.. 1
J. C. GMEEING & BRO.,
, MEMPHIS, TENN.
On DeSoto Street,
BETWEEN FNION AND REAL.
THE nawxraagsed wod rrspectraaty lafaras tb astd.
seaa f Meatpat sad Ita tclatty. aad aaa aa.i im
castoraers Uvtsx ai a diataaca m ih waatry far their
past patr-aaa is bt Its or Uaala., whteh sMaxs
baa kith-to bees MSsed to the axaoafsetBrlBC aaat aai
tlaga IBet7aaliPnmpaloe. sad still .le-rra( th,nt
tablhbn.tpasp Mi ox. . am, of (wtssaBts j
sad properly oat bp. (aad th xx-xxeM whoa axt mm.-
aad pat ap.) howeear a tVte ar soaee vbw tha
Chim Ptmoo cxaxot b" ; x'x tw pen xtllTj
or ta "Otoe ttfia-x," ikha still taark Stat thav ara
"" r- " - I 'lr mala Tamil Ihara
determined to socommodal th tato at aB kw nBlaail as
or ! hippie,, lo order, aay ktad -f a Patap that thsa mar
ket raa nrates. I hav therefor.. ,. i mm mmmmrv.
encedworkaxaa, latelv rreea th Bast, ws, wtu ilaaal to
pbhibz ap aaa resetriBg ail Basal of Imb Pbsbb. 8
will at da very kaad of PLC xtBlNG, Mat wkseh I
Hlwxtrxotj aad wheal Kywarva t, I Bxaaa what I
sayaad say what I mesa.
I hav Is thaiast year attached mashaaaiy to a aaaa-
berot my ChitB-Paaxps with xwtrr. as I hava
also used 'arg Balance. ware aa Haad CBxaa Passpa
wkb equsi saoeess. ia oa -ae I have Bd ta wasted
Ltak-ChalB a-d taraed Bwttoa. waxes, u astiaaiaaaln.
hut It f xJeth not away."
M0LT0M IN PARTO "
I hav recently ia rested a CKAIN PITMP-BOX. em.
hracras twe caaxpM. (eaarau and "-i-t Met Casta Passu,
rowau-q ear oeaort leaefixeaax, eM exat arte,) IV9
peraea ess draw water from tuts box, al to eaate hm
havtnx aemterfereac with -ach other waatweer. hetag as
htolenmihparttttB, wart r tea., lara oaaaaal tar
aa Breaks, dog, eat, eatokea. -r sa.ae to trawl Tosa ea
ysn to IB otner. I would refer yea iiiairinlag 'A
Pump, toF. G. BBibim at J. B. Marrlnaa a. rax.
F. S. last prepared to sata Paaw a r to ahort
so tic. nperdowB,eaatorw.t of the Ml lUaaasattt sr.
lasa-aiy w. c.
S T m'l Jt
THBTND8R3TGNBD CON PINUX THK MAN9FAC
tar of tarir tee-Mat d Caadx, r ta a)tBt
sties Pour, tre, six, aad aerra t tbe aoaaat.
All Warranted Full Weigkt.
GoBaasors wl'l aad it ana y to their latomt to aaa
the Caadle ta prrferw tn thoee tbat ar oxat hp
COITNT. Maay Sxadha thai are rexl.y eeven as taa
pound, ara breaded aad as tic, aaeklag a at B lie s
sgxtaatthaeswa erof Stbob4s to IB Btx Th -rutloa
aaa.BT ataie Is th rrloe I- aat aronotalaaod ts
this daTeriBLa. a tbe MtowlaaT suleasoat xsxrva:
A Box of Sevens cootatos347 Ha axil'. aad
la sold for 35 pooads, which Is tbe actual
A Box ot 14 o.. or - Short VTeicht. a.Tts''
coMaios ooly !J40 Caodlwa, mbm six aa ttt.
seveea, aad Is saw for pound;.
SnsiwaHig th art- ef th f rater to be M orals A
the la terMeeats, threwli!he adBtrr-Boerf crate
pne aad seven ex rial rx aa eoa..t p r t r ta M-r t 1
eaB w-ljl Baw t reaswen asvt e-aaarr aaa
will he tacreas d Are ceats per box for erery sestt
vaaoe as anr.
T -ee maer. I tea won d o wn to euaisi tlx. aarxeet v
forta-ras-lv-. PaocTSR at 8AMBLB.
BtarlS-Sm 94 We.t Seroad .tree CraelaaBtL
C A.JJTIOJST !
THB great- MeMy CONOSNVR tTSB BeBBHATE'S
HOLLAND BITTERS I put up la half pint he
ooiy, aad retxM-d at doBar for .ta tattle. Tha
great Aeataad mr lata traty celebrated seart sa.
uc d mssy Hofatloa which th paNIc -bjm
sgataat trsreaasiag. a
Axk far RmfinXVI TTftt.T. A VD B1TTXBS
faatnred bvB-alamia Page. Jr . &; Co.. ef Pta
Pa.a aad sea that thetruame la oa the label of ef
tie. BENJAMIN PASR JR.. St I
Maasfactsraa Pharmaosatlst aad CBeaS
aan Pit' .bar
Dwelling Honse for Ea
rpUR larte, three ato-y ,w'f5!'l "
x serpen xxreex - -7 .
prwest occupied by Mrs Wa-o. htoatjri
n. entiles fourteen reeaaa. elatera. gas, o , aad a
adsilrto'y aispted fr bo.roirg hoax P seai
eirnlmmediatetr. t -ply a ta B"Ue apaa-w
TANTBRNS A largo lot, eM 10 ueaai xa xa am.
l Nothjng party, for wIohT