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VOLUME IX. NUMBER1-1:88 .
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, ; 185ST
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BEKJAStl r- dim
nadrt lb tjH era ef
& DILL
, ca otiu.
'.31'CLkXAIlAN TBGU5DALE
To -whom ah. irrrrn os bctikms.
"wisr, tno cm -t; ptarcrrp. ;
trice or soBiCRirntifi.
..$it.co
.. 3 60
Tri-Wteaj-, -
n-' lelDaH, ,cicrlrnt wHl Wceetloeredd. and
roftsstonal fejDs.
wATnr.it. COIiEMAA'i5
"tTuRKET AT LAW. S69 KlKI Btr-t, rd fl" ever
if 1
HK HAIATTAl -""-
wur.irm &. rt ALSTON,
J Irtaai'Blf i inn II n ffiiwwMj'-'"-
JDngga ( Xj.nl Tit!'- OSce cn JeSereot. .treet,
PMtOSM BA tag- ' r.rp' P
o
pp;
DIW T.A. MEANS, S3 tp-
rpr-KWr Hmi, corner Main
itrancc on Madison.
ann-ly
5. H. & H. I REDFORD,
a.ttor.aoys a. - Xa.rx7-
Feal 6ert. at Jekt. rroH "MI'h'u.?r,,f
the comrirm. t claim in we-i - "
Brs. Brock & Spiegei
MHHtunuH m '
toct re nMer te XrarM'.
CAH.TIC or Mirr. OH So"5' f.
ITMH Swenm.tfW!. mSMT. O". "fL"'
. . a. D.a. BEOCt
tnUa) BKa! totMn f w r. flra Ihs4 Bat n
loirtuU, BrfcJ, Bou 4 Hfrt- - - '
r. Block, mrt iaHtmoi Jtot U Uj laMW-
tttwtW W tkifi Dmrr. -BetsaMtBd'witb
iniWm"w,,"t
t70ccnwrof KUiwinHlrJ.
J ddI 4w-ir .
. ESTE8,
ibS-Jb "
vwmiku -' WBitr- oam- " l"
8 n rrttrrTTi 1 ly . k inn f Bk s4 Stom "''
W4f ' -
D!t. K. VT. MITCEXEIL,
OFnOBcit r Mtia 1 M4Im rtr-trrtl
THE DAILY APPEAIaUfe1 Wlitffi
ON 8LAVXB.Y.
nr.Ti SCHOOL rnESBTXEEIlH ASSZHBlTtn o.i,wn. and hsrire beeli cTSImtt
a sort or triompU IntntwtcuD, iu ojnoo
ofeCinelnnsU, fire,Prbytri and manjr mln
Jtir. rolltiff eH a crfiaemM" ohnrcn,
Jb thB NorlhMaStaUa, thought Uiat JU.Uai
cateeatleajt ifwaid ' xp!anatIon, ao4 petl-
si twUmoDy, or to Xtit 5imor txplaltrtbe tea-
llmooT DrtTloasiv civfn. in jcrormoco iui
WHAT IS THEIR PRESENT POSITION ?
TWi tnuit he ascertained from, their "acta.
deUreraoces aod teaUaoniea" on this subject.
ai the j- are foaod recorded Id tntu awn put-
PurosiTioKi Tho Old School General Ai
aembly claim that their faith on the aulject of
alarerv la constant d nailer ame m
totijo to relation to slavery has been !
form and that, darinc a period of aixty or
aerenly years tney na hcid. ana ieu ir
Paoor: Ja the ."deliverance," dram i npby
Dr. Breckinridge, In reply to me propuiDo
for union from th United Synod of the Pres.
bvtrrlan Phnrrh. Smith, nnanlffiouibvacopted
and uttered by the GtBeral Asseabljrt 185S,
In Kew Orleans, we nno iae ioji'
"""The'sabjeds'u'po'n Icnhl whole New
School body differed from us at the period of
their separation from us, and the subjects upon
nrhirh h tven vt r.uaraual portions of that
tody -have recently separated from each other,
are qneswona upon uicu r, o ucuvmiua
tion, are at peace, and with resrd toJhe whole
of which we see co occasion tQjjvIjB the con
sti,aSa unalterable ifltbr cBchnrcb, or to
enter into rruWefs conTVrtnees-&e -minutes
of the Assembly of 185S.
''The two verv uneanal portions of tUIaf
bodv are the New SchooL South, and the
New "S&ool.-'ortb.iWfiich -separated from
sTl C ..-'. TOiofteach olher Inlr57 : aivTthe 1filv subject upon
tieo In relation to siavery. wun regara w
.lit. the Old School General. AsaeoWy say :
Ttriy"n'see,wccaha tsTet-lse -thef -eonetant
and unalterable faith of their church." J
Fomhe Paoor: 1ne .Assembly (Old
Sfhoott of 1646. thus nrofesa and claim: r 4
-'Knrchurch hi7fro crtW to tlme,during al
neriod or nearlv eixlV rears, expresseu us
vlewi on ths rabjtet of elrrt . Caring all
this period, It Das oeld and utierea goDinimi-
... n li " iL .1 IVI.
iv toe si me eeniimems. utncvipp wu iu.j
onifora. teitlmofitls Irae, and capable of vin
dication from the word of God. the Assembly.
is at the same time clearly of -the-opinion that
Hbas already deliberately anl eoleanly spoKen
HiBl OtIT.
SCOTT & DtXOH
. T K TH JLX LAW AXB SOUOITpRMN OHAK'-
I stna to II tat col -aOTnuia? iv ijrem uionn joisruaiii io5yieiinirat,
en this subjeatwith sunwleatf allness and clear
cessuierefSre. - m. 5
MHO sta. lbai up lariucr aciraa uuya mis
sbjectis at present needed See inmates ol
the Ass. of 1S46, psge 206. Btfrd's Digest
peeS14.--
NoV.hat is the fallh of the Old School
Prtsbutruo Church, nhteh up to thelime of
t&emeetir.gof tne Ueneral Asseaoiy la new
Orleans in May last, aey say ha beea "con J
slant and' W8aterble7, "What are"lh " sen
timents, substantiallv the same.' which tbey
hareaUered tfrom-lizte-te ttee, dariaK i pe
riodof Dearly sixty jeats?" What is the
testimonv.".qnth srfHeiof slavery, which
during all this period," the Old School Gen
eral Assembly Has delivered ; ana waica, mey
praters and. Uaimbas,beea,niprin and true,
and capable of 'vindicatkm'from tin word of
God? We can hope' W ascertain the exact
position of the Old School Assembly on the sub
jeotirf alaverj','' to-day, only by looking to the
record or meir aeiiveraacea auonj; we ciiuu
Baaed. This record, genuis? and aatheatic, is
raatained in Bird's uigest: "o CeHfttion of
-fel, Dtltttrtnctr 'And litlmamtt of imsi
- k.!v IMIIHr csnvrrof U'ln
litmll.K-tllllMK S"""""T'
1 TMKTtAT LAV UtW R
tX tw WtOM t rirr,
The
Ml. Ik nHUSlll.
tOc- At Girt' K In or haiv4 tot
llhaMII.
I. IMI WALXES
t. si'cetHico
-Otaee, Jfe. J7 Soets wn &te.
Yerger. rarrlugtoa & Yerser,
A ORNKT8 AT MBMrHlft. WW
TO. IX AUICK,
I' l.kuui inl UikIhM.
! MaMB.-l H "l FHe. X&t- SmtJ,
nR. T. F. FEYTOX.
HWcmft twiMM-i J
0
a volume of 80 pgea,ocvof published by the
Presbyterian lijard ot fuwicatwn, raiiaaei-
phia, 1665.
1 . . . ... a Tt. a
Let us Iook at tuts recorn. iuc inn utr
ral Assembly was held in 178S. The Synod of
New York and Philadelphia was " the su
preme judicatory " of the church before the
Assemblv was formed. This Synod, la 1787,
made a oWittrance, on slavery, which the Com
piler of the Digest designates as the " First
action on the subject." The record of this
adtes is as follows:
The Svnod of New York and Philadelphia
do highly approve of the general principles in
favor of UBtversal liserty, inai prevail in
America, and the interest which many of the
States have taken in promoting the abolition
of slavery: yet, inasmuch as men introduced
from a servile state to participation of all
the privileges of civil society, witbsat a pro-
peredueatioB? 'andTTunour previouffoaoiis or
industry, may be, in maty respects, dangerous
to the community, therefore, they earnestly
recommend it aVarl the members belonging to
their communion, topive those persons vbo
are at present
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DR. J. WILSON,
Of
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la. Mninr. ibjt be bi taken imii
tjto 3St Mat ottrct. eneoUVs BsSdlait, veen bc
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riao'ili'niiiim TaW Beotor turtBi has as txUntfn
fftvoitse ssuoTttat ISoh ot SitraM. can cenaaesuaur
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NEW MARBLE TfORKS
PISHBH. AMIS & CO.,
faoroieMra lo A If 4 Ce )
- AaM Ww Mla aa- fecead.
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H teao u rbM. iloomme-ta. Bex Talw, n a4 anrt
l-at caaoca. AC. IO"J'D P tt ti
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. i.w aK-nvoar aMHtan to esr alrealr
- Hh- aoxfc We esptof Mw best wwtawi and are of-
, .,-1 r-H - -- eioenett of aar emraiKam;
xcat( M ordar. ot .be aiwrtMt ootlce and kwtat
Mk ortoM. Bin w a call a4 ratronlie bun" maso
ti afet'.l sot t-srr tetlaSetS nt6 ClmrKlm
i. i.. i.- fk&jvk:,
185 Main Street,
. UNDER THE WOES HAM HOUSE.
HAS i Pior u l"lwVSfS
t- aa v-kaar thatA Taaia DOWf Ta
fs ob4 tor Vale aeeottretrnnr aat f ir'iH
"ataaratax
" JEWELRY, tie latest patterns ;
WATCHES and CLOCES.of the bett makeis;
DIAMOND SETTS and RINGS.
a . tatt of sriICX AfliJt B with Stcb rebblea.
Allof""rtiti,'reffSri ottetnr!ftrJl tertaa
WaUiM aoat Jenlry ropotwsi IwrapUj and -anaaU
t. fOrox of toe AUaotK uaoii xn linaui-
e-tr
Aralawbe eoar tferee eostba
P. r. Ia. PRANK.
i5
Trwa)t io UatPAjH JreitA S ptjniber 21 J , r
' There waron j!Joijai fast," great meeUng
of vtifti amwtKirs at thr- Ca'fe'Je "IB' HirrBrt
Aa-wfi:hAvo aonaiDefd.rhe Voiron Atnerfc'ail,
Mr iMgrpby look part h an almost Incredlbl
amis. .
Seated at a &frtl. (urned towaWs Iho wall,
fbrnh fmUivKtilmullararjBklr with efhl
adversaries, each placed before., his chess
board, "in the following orderr
lMr. Baueher:3 MA. -BuJTwltb : 3. Mr.
this renueat, the Assembly of 1849 adopted a,4 Bonneman ; 4. Mr. Gulbert; 4. Air. Iquesne;
minute sSrmlngthronjistency of the aclfirALeMr. Posieri 1. Mr. I reli e 8 -MK JSeguin.
06a.Ex5t)it eCMii icmyJt,tj.i
rU.
sent held in servitude, suehood ed.
s to prepare Item for the better en-
To Uniseists and Business Men.
0IN to u-bealth I am cnpf Bed to (Ctre rp nj
ao vriab to dilpan of or bait tnlernt
to MSwStore of I ATHAa! b, CRAWTORD. U th.
oraof ionaaoe, IHSoto oa4r. MttrtaalrPl., Aaj
- wh-go-raeWiTa aal TvaStable bstlsew
as4tkaao saott exeatlast (ossetafutr. ai a Stwd
" .-W"- B. CRAWFORD,
or to LATHAM & CEAVrORD,
Notice.
IHave lota a.r tm7 rstlTC Hot of Qeeda at or
laa Ko lT Jrtfn Mrt. to JOHK A.
koaWfrltU I caaat all ttars b fosn4 at blf
iZ JSIrepM b. ja to ace all th " lodeM-l'
i" "TMiIiiiii i 1
..1m. - ? EOMKIIS.
j(.UK A.. BRQQKS,
(SacceoMrt-WBa.RadEe.)
-- ueoottr atock of BUKfeaodbe ef
- Waa TrCr. ,tmM t a t! to tke eblte, tbat be li
TTltdLrH.a ttoct: la trea b4 H tb. bt
,,rnr VwalMS ba i4Ktra oT.h arrat care tbla Fall
Hi'j?m'ef Sm T. I. SXJEOOS
ass. WK KOTOC&S who will aoprnt-BS tba mecbanl
cal o-rorta. I W nrtwa. ",2'-"a
K1IW MUSIC STORE!
Hps-"?:!" ?ffvUi: 'HLC.!
- tJst itT liCwbW. W t far tte U.teat
SreTu4 i b M at ew Tort PrK. Ibe
"T?tZt b-K 3tK h wrx Urte. eaibrectoa
- ' isa Italn itroat
ASNI7 StSIaETO - etARCM BOiOrX,
"Watch Makers and Jewelers,
- .aeasER of adaus avd-maik sTtg-rs,
W15MPSI8. TENK.
WKaro wk a roerpt of a fplencli start ot
WATOHBS, CUOCtS, ad JoWZLRT,
' m v-aaa eaoataBtlT OO band O toll acprIJa
aaw .a M.ua.Ma .rira We are'
. .-a- -ndcieanlszat all tlaea, and
wrriat toKtrr aatuta tlon In al aw 0.11 od
' aiotoewtrato!. ETl-"
J. & A. WOODRDFF & CO.,
Carriage Manufacturers
cSr A.ud Dealers.
Xos. a, 4, & 5 Bxcbange nuildlngi
MEMPHIS. TENN.
- TJiV M o hxnd cr- of the Urftrrt awl Itt rtrct-
i i on etcn of
- . ilrrin.een and DUEttiCBa
BmoaVFedtntataBaTbt. SaTlntbaa.aleas expert-
ace tstbo feaatotes ve bnow tb wanta of the cGsmmn
nlty.oad fort warranted to fartsf i that our factatlaa
for ostaloAns casd work are nucrpmcd ty aT bona in
Use Boot. Oorriiicea of Tdwalptlan built to order
and work foaraatled Ail ad of repairing done with
Beanaaaado;-ttrn
JeaW Z &.A. WOODltPTF fc. CO.
k r -wATaoir. t. i beabo.
"-NEW BOOK STORE.
.' 'ra MISSUS. VATOS it BEARD ore BOW opRHo;, Xo.
- - a T'-'Y'l ,j Hit rttwt, a cweral aanrtnest of BOOKS
- M . JI icf a tj n V elT. tber oroscaa asBlca lor a aoaU
'' 'nclVai advance oa oot,'. for caab, or on abort. Ume wltb awae-
. nTTatT bmIcmi TlASao. ollxlblr l9eaaed.oa
2A: iaiSr,tret, and silted for a Ursa qracerj?taj
rStoUarrT-tJoodaaaett. Tex Uomiftx.,
joymeht of freedom ; and they, moreover, re
commend mat masters, wnerever mey nou
servants disposed to mike a just ir&provement
of- the privilege, would give them a piculium.
or grant teem suacient time ana sumcieni
means of procuring their own liberty at mod
erate rate. that, thereby, they may be brought
into societv with those habits of .industry tbat
: . - -a a M . f f r II
may rentier mem useiui ciuzens ; aua, uaitiy,
tbey recommend it to all their porle to use
the' most prudent measures, consistent with
the interest and state of social- eecjety, in the
counties where they live, to procure eventually
tbe-BDal abontioB ct slavery la America.'
fBaird'a Dieeet. Dace 607.
This is the oelieerance to which Dr Breckin-ridce-
alludes in bis speech in tbr Assembly of
1S58. fto which the editor of the 2w If'iliMii
gives Cis "high approval") when be says,
" the. question of ibe bjack race.aad their re
lation of servitude was settled seventy years
since." Settled! How settled 7
In 1793. the above deliverance, was re ut
teredbythe General Assembly See Direst,
page 807.
In 1793. " the General Assembly aasure all
the churches under their care, that they view,
with the deepest concern, any vestiges of
slavery which xwy exist in our-country, and
refer tbe cburcDes to toe records ot me iene-
ral Assembly published at different times, but
especially to an overture of the late Synod of
New York and Philadelphia, published in 1787,
and republished arson" the extrscts from
the Minutes of tbe General Assembly of 1793,
oe that head, with which thej tras$ every con
scientious person will be fully satisfied."
rDieest. Dare 807.
Ia 1816, "The General Assembly have re
peatedly declared their cordial approbatioCot.
Ifrese principle or uvii.uouiy wnicn appear
to be recognized by the Federal and State gov
eminent in these United Stater. They have
expressed their regret tbat the slavery of the
Africans-and of their descendants, still con
tinues in somaitv place, and even among those
within the pale of Uie UiurclV.7 Luigest,
naga 868. -. . ov
ACnOK OF IS18.
" Expressing the opinion of the Assembly In
general, as to slavery," filling mere than two
entire pages oi me Aiiges i give me ionow
ine extracts: - -
" We cossider tbe voluntary enslaving of one
portion of Ibe Human race -oy anotner, as i
trross violation of the most' preearua and sa
cred rich's of human nature; asuXSy iocon
sistent with the law of God, which requires us
to love our neighbor as ourselves, and as total-.
!y irreconcilable with tbe spirit and principles
of the gospel of Christ."
' It is manifestly the duty jot all Christians
who enjoy the light of the present day, when
the Inconsistency or slavery, notn wimme aic
tates of humanity and religion, has betn
demonstrated and is cenerallv seen and ac
knowledeed. to use meir oonest, earnest, and
unwearied endeavors, to correct the errors of
former times, and as speedily aa possible to
efface this blot on xot holy Telielon. and to ob
tain the roisnleta abolition of alaverr through
But fJcrislendom, xn il pesuDte. tarouguout
the vrorW.-
"We Teioire that the ChuTCB to which we
belcac commenced as early as any other In
this country, the good work of endeavoring to
put an end to slavery, and lost id me same
work, manv of its members haiea ever since
been, and bow ate, among the most active, vig
orous and efficient laborers. We do, Indeed,
tenderly sympathize with those portions of our
Cborcb and our country weere me evil ol
slavery has been entailed upon them's where
great, and the most virtuous part ot the com
munity ab&or elavety, ane wisn its exiermina
tiss as ei&cerelv as anv others . here the
number of slaves, their ignorance, and their
vicious habits generally, render an immediate
and universal emancipation inconsistent ante
with the safety and Happiness ot toe mister
and the slave. With these who are thus cir
cumstanced, we repeat that we tenderly sym
pathize. At the arae lime, we earnestly ex
hort tnrm to continue, and 11 Dossioie to in
crease their exertions to effect a total abolition
of slavery. See Digest, pages sira, aiu,
ACTION Or IS4J.
In 1845. the Committee to whom the papers
and memorials on Ibe subject of slavery were
submitted, say in tbetr report:
"The Church of Christ Is spiritual body,
whose jurisdiction extends to tbe religious faith
an! moral conduct of her members. She can
not legislate, where Christ has not legislated,
nor make terms of membership wnlcH be nai
Mt marie. The Question, therefore, which this
iaaemblv is called to decide, is this: Do the
Scriptures teach tbat the holding of slaves,
n.it)iuit rrf-ard to circumstances, is sin, the
TcnuBcistion of wblcn sDouid be made a conai-
n.. At memhertniD idui.uiucuu vuiair
It is imtS'ble 10 answer tuis question in iut
affirmative, without contradicting some oi me
Plainest declarations of tbe word ot
tw- -nn.tr.inrd to sar,- that however desl
1.1. f .n-er h to ameliorate tbe condition ot
the slaves In the Southern and Western States,
of to remove slavery irom our tuua...),
.i , . fullr nersaaded, cap never be
aecured bv eccIesiasUcal Jegislatlon.,,
The report la long. The above extracts are
. ... .n..imn.or iti eeneral tenor. It was
adopted wliir me iwo inmuuwi,
hnied as follows:
iieiolreti, 1. That the General AeiemDiy or
the Presbyterian Church In the United States
was originally orgamzea, ana mmiuw a.Uu
ii.,..i h. hnnai nf tinloa in the Church, upon
h. ,nrrH nrlncinle that the existence of do
mestic slavery, under the circumstances in
which it Is found in the southern portion of the
country, is bo bar to uoristian communiuu.
"2. ilia I me peiiutHio ujfc aia a
li- i. miii ih, hnldlnirof slaves in itselft
i. nF .ii. -inline, da virtnallv reauire this
iudlcatory to dissolve Itself", l4 abandon the
- . i i V. I .V. v ika Tllvlna hteaa.
OrganiZaUOD, UOUCI ailWJ,aJ m
inr. it has eo long prospered. The tendency
. . rl. an.aaalKaan antlth,
13 (VlCentiy id rrnaiiaiv ujTuviuiHuBMu
-. . . i m..i. . ..'im.11 H.tl.r
of 1845 with Tf Jhelr Jrvlous deliverances,
as follow;
ACTIOW OF .tMS.
" Oar ohorchbis from tine to time, daring
a period of nearly sixty years, expressed: its
views oa the subject of slavery. Durltg all
this period It has held ai d uttered substantially
the stme sentiments. Believing that this uni
form testlmosr Irtrae, and cable of vindica
tion from the. word ot God, the Assembly is at
ibe same" timt clearly of the opinion that it has
already deliberately and solemnly sponeo on
ihis subject with suCcient fullness and clear
ness. Therefore,
ilfjtvfrei, Thai.cofcrtber action upon 'his
subject Is atfresent needed. Ayes 119, Noes
33. rSeemlnutes of Assemblv, 1846, page SSA
Bairn's Digest, page 814.
This sweeping declaration, embracing a pe,
ribd of nearly alxty years, and re-uttering airt
endorsing all theabolltlonism of " all this pe
rinHJJ from 17R7tolR45 aaall uniform, con-
'mifeai' -alid Hubatanllally hilujethongh
sufficiently explicAt and comprehensive io.as
sure, the most skeptical tbat the cjiurch bad no
YS.a nf" rece'dlnVfrortTTJer"' incfent "uniform.
. - - - l 1 l. 1.1. .1,K It .JiL ...k:..a
COQSiaOi; BUU UVOUCIOUIC aOJIU ajai.uiO BUUJCLl
ifvTry wiiWerthiles$;ioUdied up by
a special explanation ana, disclaimer as tp me
actiotvor.1345; aJorBed unsatiapusly as fol
lows i; i s u
"iThe following resolution lwsoffered b
thfRer. R N. White, anda'f sSlopteSI with
out division 0 , i 4 4-
"Jitioitta, lull in me judgment oi mis
House, the actiaa.ct tbe General Assembly of
1845 was not intended to deny or rescind tbe
a..i!,'I,.l'..'Jriaa f 1 .. lit. J I
lESUaSOUV OiiCU UalCICU UV aUGUEIICldl rtOSCUl
rilletrSireviTjur to fbvtdate.' ffMlnntesa 1816.
JA e81f Biird's'Sigcet, pagt814. -
" in iuu, toe snaject nt in; again iniraauceu
by overtures from the Presbjtery'ot Beaver,
and ttrVChutch tf RackySrrrinfl Inihe Pres
bytery of Chillicothe, the Committee of Bills
and Overtures recommended tbat it be Ruolrcd,
oatxhe previooa andrjtpeaUd declarations w
e "'GeneraT assembly, tlptf the 'subject of
American slavery, are such as to render any
action upon the above overture anl memorial
unnecessary. The overture was laid on the
table.-Mli,utes,IS50, pp 450". 4.-ifliird's
Digest, p: -
Header you have before you tbe document
and deliverances or the Old bcnool Presbyte
rian General Assembly, on the subject of sla
very. I wlllthank yuti W preserve this paper. .
We saa li .perhaps warn to iqoh; at these docu
ments again. I wih fhad snace to give every
word tbt Assembly ias ever ntterwi on the
subject. This, however, is not so necessary
as their faith on'the subject1 of slavery is ' con
stant aud unalterable," and their uniform tes
timony always cenrwent, and " tbe sentiments
held and uttered" by them are altvafs 'sub
stantially the ime-". I !
nowwnatis me "exact position- oi m
Old School Presbyterian1 Assembly on' ths sub
ject of sUvtry? What was their position in
17S7, when they ruommeinua au mtirptopu 10
Bic'nraJttrrr fo procure' 'the final? -aMition of
slavery in Jbsurica f What, waa ,Jt in, 1793, and
in 1795, when tbey repeated this recommends-tioaf-
What was It in 1815P What was it iu
1S18. when they tzhnltd. their people to in-
creo( faetr cxerftost " to effect a total aboil-
tlon of slavery-" declaring- that slavery is t'-
coniiiti " both with the dictates .of human
Itv and relidon." and ebioining It upon all to
"use their hnEest,earneit aad unwearied en
deavors to efface this blot on oar holy religion
and fo obtain the complete abolition' of sla
very tbroughoot tbe world?'' - -
What was their position, when they passed
what the editor at the P5itrian ita West
styles the ".Bttijni " deliveraac of. 1845
which deliverance, according to tbe editor of
the St. Liitis Pm6ytmat, (Dr. Rfce,)"does
not contradict the pas cxioi1emnation,of sla-
aKS-SOTiffi XTiiAJParisian Millinery
uch interrretation Hbat was their nosi
lion in 1846, when, with a reach of ''nearlyj.
sixtyyears,' mey Te-atieroa- ana 'cmpuaBizea
the deliverances of past .assemblies " during
all this period?" ' "
What their position in 1&5S; when they
stand up before all the worli, in the chief city
ot the South, and without ablush unanimously
avow and publicly proclaim their. -apprqvai or
all their abolition deliverances, and fearlessly
glorify themselves, a a church Whose" faith on
this subject Is ccmont ani unaiUrabU, and
whose past action they see no occiuton whaltvtr
tortntrj 4 VBLVET CLOAKS,
RaitarWhil I, Ilia r,pl nnaltlnn nf thai IfAKTILLA SHAWLS,
ftlrf Selinnl Pre.hrt.rl,; AoaerflWan the ub. 'IN FRENf KMBBOlDEBIB.
..w ..v.. u . . . w . . i . TMr Tnivwiafn
: . . . r t . r I . II . .11. ...1..H.T
jcc. fjL BiaTcryr is 11 cuuuui ib 1. bwiiu-
The eame beean at 1 o'clock, each of Mof.
phy' adversaries playing In turn. When h
Dlaved. he. after an- Instant's reflection, and.
very often without It, mentioning the piece or
me pawn to he moved, ana woere is iuouiu uc
diced. '
Notwithstanding tne taient or ots aoveraa-
ries, who had abondant Ume to calculate,
havin? in this resnect eleht chances to bis one,
and notwithstanding the immenee advantage of
seeing their boards, aiorpny oia notmaniiest
tbeleast embarrassment amoog the moil com.
iJIcatcd phases ot tbe eight games Tbe an
swer came forth every tims fair and squire.
At seven o'clock, one of the adversaries of
Morpby wss unable to play longer, belog
stopped "by an unexpected check-mate. Half
an hoor .later two .moral gave up iu despair.
At nlno o'clock Mr. Leouesns. obtained a
drawn game. Finally, ot ten o'clock. Merphy,
who, during the Whole nine hours of the sitting,"
hsd rwtJIs8,2Ctal5tin lh. least refreshment
ae.enfefl the nnatnnnement of Gulbert's rams.
-i-e-v- v . r v r a o"
And conquered his last aarerssry, ui.wguio,
who fought to his.iASt pawn.
Of the eight games morpoy rainy won six
and lost none. ..-
The result was'recelved with wild shouts of
applause. -p.
Th. real marvel of tb game was not the
certainty and promptness of every play of tbe
youug American, or me singular coomesa wuu
whlcn he met dis auversanes i. wm ujo iu-
credible effort of memory.
tUt-wo old hio; BllicultJlor itheunost skillful
player to condoct a elcgle game without a
board before his eyes; since It Is neceisary-fo
keep before tbe eyes the exact position of all
the Dieees. Did. not Mornhr accomplish the
impossible in thus keeping before bis eyes
tb continual changing condition ot eight
games?.
The peculiarity xit Mr. Morphy'a tactics Is
that, in his earlv moves, h makes It lmpossf
tie for his adversary to tattle, it will readUm
oe jinueraiooa tut mis macmuvre must usve
a serious effect on tbe play ot his adversity.
from the London tlfsif rited" Hewi, of October S.J
The Match Between Messes. Mobpht
and JIaSewitz This -conflict having now en
tered what may he.calied the", sick phase," an
indispensable condition, apparently hi all
modern cness marcnes wuenever one ot tun
combatants get tfvo or Ihree'games ahead, how
long the public will have to wait before bostil
itles recommence, it is hard to say. Mr. Harr
wilz, the Indisposed, who, It is consolatory to
to know, is not so prostrate- hut that he is en
abled to enjoy his daily chess in the Cafe de
la Regetice, with opponents less troublesome
than Mr. Morpby, has demanded truce of
eight or tea days, This hlstantagonlst has at
once airreed to, conditionally, that, at tbe ex
piration ot that" time, a gams shall biplayealj
dally until me vicLory oa determined. iue
American's stipulation In so reasonable, con
sidering be is only a sojourner in Paris, and be
has shown such readiness In all cases to con
forin"fdthe wishes of 'his adversary, tbat it
is incumbent upon the mecibersr of 'the French
Chees Circle, not lo allow of any further de-lav
gttsiwfig tfarta.
j. t usiia.....'
Men pal.
........... Juan h. nonca.
Latoof OorbamTllla, Ttnn.
TERSER & BOBUM,
COTTON FACTORS
AST)
coamissioiv jtiercha3Vts
Up Stairs Mosby & Hunt's New Block,
No. 17 l- Front Row,
3atXoxct.Tp2xiGf Toxuaoaoe.
WK will par particular atteBtla to -SJllnjyv a
jtrdertforOracinaa. Bwtlnr. Bope, xc,y
at tbo lowtat market t rwes. . SaaBa
JjJ-Uwtt
2.5,000 Worth of
SADDLERY AND GIN BANDS,
FOR SAEE LOiTER THAN EVER
FOE BEGBIB & CO,
RESPECTP171.LT anconnco to their coitomera as4 thl
pnMte. that thej r tif batk at their old atand
23 1 31AIN' STREE,
OPPOSTTR COURT SQUARE,
tr. nnwanealnconrlart FALL STOCK, which
boiiht low tar Caih, and will cot be ncdmold.
Wtlntean lnwantci whuiih m.
Sndtllcryor Harness Line,
AT WHOLESALE 03. .RETAIL. .
. nil before ixirchailnr. Ala for tale at a
area! aaertflco a few SADDLES damaged br waler at the
late art. wora niaow' -.ii.-.-.
jtsapetirtuir,
jrpUdAWlia FORD. BEQBIH A CO.
STQHEW&RE N1&HUFACT0RY
By Yalentlne Ulatsl & Anton Bchwoob,
Fort Pickering,
On the right band aids of the Mississippi and
isnneesee rtauroao, near iux cor
poration line and river
IXTB wonUrcjpectrnllT imimoi tao eaiaautiiinx or
W a 8TONBWAB" 'HAKCXAOrORT. where all
klnli ot wort In thla lice, from a half jtalltn J as to a tlx
tallin, and Jarafr.ra nail 10 aint suwa., i. iu
All klnda and ' of flawer pet cm b bad cb?ap and
f the beit qa.lltT. AU wlihlnr to see the mannractar-
laf of tatea aninw, wu. pie... tut.
ep2S-di;w2si
a. e. oa4S.a...........r
.. b . ritrtoN.
MESEEBDtS FOUNDRY
Machine Shop.
B. E. N0B.RIS & CO.,
R&rlNCPACrnriUtRS of Steam Ssalcei, Saw Ifllir,
iVl Oriat XlDf GearUt.Hsaao Woik ascbM Frontf,
.yrialatr Cap., &c St.inSojt repalrtnc and. JoMlns
work ot e'vtrr dsacrlptloa attended to promptlr. Pertona
tending their work to na can voir on xettlnc It at tbe
timt prjmlaed. W are prepared to cxeca. order for
Steora Zsclnet and Saw atuit on ntr her. notice, and
at low a thrr .as ho brooxnt fran S. Lonlt or Clnctnr
nati of Ih aameqnattrot work IrS d.wlT
n. A.. JONES & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Office, No 17 Mosby & Hunt's Block,
Frqnt Row,
Col3x1k, Tonn.
arO-i ie,tnexi af -CTerr mud aotieted BAGGINfl
and ROPBi aad all ether toppliet, tnrnlthed at kweit
rate. inwa
(Satton' factors- "mt Jactom
B. A rABZEB, IEH .aa...... A. rABXEB. JB.
U. A. PAUliLlitb. & SON,
Kcc&eufU J? riFi Pldfr &J)arW J
COTTON FACTORAGE
teoiihltTenn.
Asm
TOBWABDIHGF SlXBpnAJJITS,
Xo. G Howard's JaOYtr, ,
epSMawSa MKMPttlS.
"' BEsnAta'aoN owis!
Late of BotnerttHt, Tens.
Qiren? .V
S. B. "WILLIAMSON & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS,
COMMISSION AND
Grocery Jllerclimits
.no. in roni wow,
Memphis, Term
1V WE aoilctt and woi rccene, atore and.
1 PrilU COTTON f oc x M ptr ctet ccia
!aU.oncn tale, and farsltb any and.
. M Ot...flnta taarflaa a, aaai rvrVtwm
We Ihlak tbU irittcs win par tbe Planter betttr.knd In
the end bo mora tatHfaMtry bete to naater aao racior
Wokoeo en kaad for iW BAOOISO. ROPE, TWINE,
SCOAB,' COPPEE, IfiJLAfSES t.e,torether wltlt U
tbt article nsnaUt kpt InlarasOrocerreaUblUhmt-ti,
whlcn wo win rnrnitn low tor cun, or it uotton ess-
umera on acconnt at cat pneea.
.aepl-lawtt A. B. 101X1 AX'O A CO.
Forwarding and Gentrar eomadssion
ME RCHANTSi
Wo J374S TVXtiTT. Stroot,
MEMPHIS. TENN..
l JTS anv prepared to tlvt oar tmdl
iTldol atteatloo to tke t-toril. Soauu
UadSblpplnEot Oottea, Tobacco, ami.
otter prodaea eaoatcned wi Mr caiw.
AlaaJLolbe ReotlTtn and PorwairdJaz ot OhIi. AO
Glcnnnl hr AoaU win be emmd tr or open tratt
dea of lattirasce. and while la atore hr tor Fir poller
of Iatnranee, nnln olhrrwlte taitrncted Alt tcatrat
Uan pramptly obeyed, and alt order ferBttCUif, Rope,
and ether floatation BaajlVu. tiled it the lowtat car
ket priori.
We thill :wTi be prepare!! te settle air Cotton anl
otherbUB,l0tceefaiceewu the lMtretUom of
nr .pata-oaa a . - anli-twawSs
t. I. WOOUXT,
Iftw.Orltiaa.
-TV ETnEBinar.
Lattcf Vottlj Co , Trjiiia
WOOLSEY & ETHERIDGB,
COTTON&TOJBACiOFACTOfiS,
GEHRAIj COMMlSSIOaV
AND
FORWARDING. MERCHANTS,
No. 97 Camp bireet,
rVew Orleans.
ORDERS for Eijiloit, Kept. ruoUtlon 8orllf, tii .
croartlT filled, at lowettwbefenle mice l Ketsrnt
pronptij- mtdt Is OeH, Slrrrr or Excfeaaze'.- '
trpu-cem
5t ROBTOS.a.n. C. H0BT0K...J . WOOSDEXZ-'
C. 01. IIOUTON & CO.,
COTTON 1? ACTOTS, (tROCERS,
COMMISSION AND
Forwurdlnj; Mcrcbunts,
No. 33 Front Row,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
WLL ctre. ihelr atttBtlos to too Bc4llBr.5rCT
Stortnran4Shlpplnzof COTTON or olhr
prodoce. Commta.ion for SeHtnx. Stortar atd
Wrlxhlnx Cotton SiVKNTT-FIVE CISTS rer
Bait Keep conttantfy en hind Eirnr. Rope acd Plan-
tatloQBBppiies tenaraora 2MIn
R, C. . "WTNTERS MMH,
COTTON FACTOR, GROCER
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Oa Bank Avenr. bttwtua Kadlac and aCosroe, (tbt oM
aianaor uonjocrir a-Aauai.
laexupbia, Tennessee.
I AY. not; In. receipt of alilv aloca
f oaraxa. ana eootiasciT rcccivis.
ihun. coetlttUx In sort tf I(chlnc
and W.na Katie. ITeiltarxV BtltllSr.
Bocae, Lard, BrandX. WhblT. and Wlaee, toftther
wuberrT!rtft70f Grocarle,, to which I am riUnU
tr addlnr. L Kan alto tho beat brand ef KmtKkr
Jt-.Sa aad'rinirr. ",nabiirt, OiUeaTam, Aa Par-
ticaiar atientmn siren to ttonna arm tertsr uoaicci m
thlsnurkra or, Jor. thtrnvrat laiBranca soTernfd by
thtpartlea Inttretted OrderarroapUistteaded to
eontlrnment toUdtedfrom my f rteala.
H1HI at. r. WlNTERBatlTH.
JOIBC V. LEDBETTX..., L. UBETTE.
JOHN W. DBMS CO.
Cotton Factors
a w n
Conwvvtsslon llcrcliaiiis,
Ko. 4, Front Row
"njrvm yaT-i -t aa ToxajcxoiaeKoo.
T3T Eacitas and Rope and Plantollot BsppHt fcro-
lihal. anSawSsi
RAILROAD.
The Shortest aad most Direct Route
To all the Eastern Cities and Principal Ports
Or CANADA.
TSX only Ronte by whtth Paaaecrer can rrocerti
Ticket, (o tat East, via Sntpeniloa BrlSt and Nia
cin FaQt. Paem(tr toa St Loels reachias New
Toikta i3toar,nd Butaoln-tShoara. TbetM.popn
tar and refUBMroate tact wets St Lrali asct the Narth
adEatt Paauttr,tyr3beBr me, arrlre. wtihfci
ttMteSMnoBof theecololr of tbe Ortat La lea fleet
the LartTtt QUl tn the West, rlew VUsara Fa4 wlth
os l extra cit. iay ever and reanat their Jonrney- at
thttr oofrreaicace Thtkett xood for 163 Cijt Baxxaae
CheokodTEToneb. Faro a tow at by any other Rmto
UTest aa tfiiet M any ether Rosto.
Ticuu f srslaced cirect f ram jtecpaia u an ue tut
era Cltlea, tndndlnf tmtl Onslhot Ttcxttt at 81 Lonb.
Tb Rood hi Hot toAred In th leaat fro a the Jate
Saeda. ood caaacacero caa rtlr on- -swklar direct and
peed j ccsnectloca. Tk! rtmto carries froaa St. Leala,
TUB AXIRKJAK AND UNIT ID STATES BXTRXIS,
And too
GREAT NORTHERN i EASTERN MAIL.
lafsrsutlea rtrirtler the Raate. can be crocsrod at
any ttnto rrota
THOB. H W1LUAHS A 00., A rente,
Vs. S Howard'aRew, Kesrphi.
Ftr tbo St. Looll, Alton and Cbtcafo Rat roach
Jj ,
W. l aTEWABT.. ..aa. U. C, X,tO.
STEWABT & KTSOr, -
Cotton Factors,
GENERAL RECEITIXG. F)Rtf AltDIXG Po. oce :5irdi; MewntU
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, &.C.
I. rOWLXESa.aaT. J- X OWLXI ...T. T AOABIX.
FOWItKES & CO.,
C'OTTO'N FACTORS,
A el A . .
Coxumlsslon McrcViants,
Xo. 49 Front Row.
OFFICE WITH J. W. UcO&AOKSN A 00.,
2YCorx3a3laise Toxaja.
Jjje-c6m
Grand Ojwnitiff
OF
3
For Rente
FALL & WINTER FASHIQNSI
I WILL OPEN ON
TUESDAY, OCTORER 12tlit
My large Stock of
- .i y a '
Cheaper than the Cheapest 1
BUR than" lUe, Best!
TBS snderelf ned hi Jntt retained fnct the But
with a largo atock ot
cnfb' Fashionablo Clothing,
Vnrntihlne tti da. Stacle. Fater ant DtmMlle Dry
GxlJ. Booti.Sboeo, Ilata, Oani. Pistoli, OoM, Silver
anl Plated Watebti watch he bat booitt tor otl, and
which be li ple?arrd to aell at tke very lowtat prleet tor
cx.tv. QiUX aalat and tmll proSIa t-lna oar mettd.
Call and e oj h( rt phalax efeewhtro one trial
wBrptoTtrtte'faH " - ArcAumANN t;u,
tenu no m .eroni now.
1. V. (HABrS z It. eitxi.
J. B. SHARPE & CO.,
WHOLESALE
TOBACCO FACTORS
ABD
GENERAL COMUIISSIOS MERCHANTS
Xo. 12 Front Row.
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
HOPKINS, SL.OTER fit, CO.,
COTTON FACTORS,
Commission & Fonrardlnff Jlerchants,
no. 4 i roni now,
MEMPHIS, TBHNESSEZ.
LIBERAL Cak Advance on Cotiaa ord otberJWy V
produce la atore tr for thletng. tJJ.afl
Kept, Bafctng and Plantation BatTllet enavt i
nttaea at tae Nweit maiiet ratea.
AU conalf laest told (tr C4U or 11 eqalralfot
anlS-tm
B. r. MOBtAJf.a. -w. a. criBiir.
iTIORGAIV sc. cnmsi?,
Cotton
NEMrniS TENSBS'RK
Agent e.tht Idest the Hremkna Cotton CIS, sadt hi
Clemen,. Brown A: Co . Col- rsbua. Oa
Aleo for the tale ef tbe Ocsnlcoe OtaabnrKi. 6a , th..
bearlett arM beat erttfle to Bebal
WK hear leave tonxrer. tbe renewal of ear eerr to a la
onr trttnd and the sstuc xeaerally. with Ike ai-
anraEce that we are thortoaiay oriaalroi xBd foUy
prepared lor the tratuaeUan of aS beibMo eeefided
to a.
Wt con tin ce tbe ator are ef Ctttaa and ether produce Is
ocr Jir rroat ware utnte.
Isilrance eSected nsleit otbtrwlee laatroated.' Onr
open poftcy er ltmriBee cont alt Ootteo costkBed to
as per atroatjoat, nrfett oeherwlte eipreet"! to tAM of
la-ltBI
Bavt or voiton mana for aiv or oitoloolasts. To
have a Ursa atock ef Pewer Band Looai Bualsc. aloo tbe
beatbrindof VaeklieRope, wxrraBted Alee Mat Pork,
oacon ?loea, .aro. so.
Ordi r ailed with cate, aid tUtpateb.
iTJl-dtwJ
FOWlKSS A 00
BAB1TETT OXftHAM .trst. EEJtAJI R1LI..
GRAIIM Sc. niTX.
COTTON FACTORS,
COMMISSION,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 47 pbont Row, Ur StAibS,
11Ta.mnl.Ia TAnn
rj-AUjDdlencoo.edtoMWrn V. "r tJlr- I uilUljDitl M. A iX I ' 11 A tt 1 &.
wmm 1
No. 9 Front U0W4
aiiranee.nQleaatlierwtt4litroete.. JrTT-1 am
JOntl B. A UC IHfrrPABD M
ASHE & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
no. 47 Front Row.
JyS dawln
AND -
.4 Vw tt t e -
Paucy Drjr Goods,
comitTtao or
Bonnet's of Boal Blondo Lace, Fine
English Straw, Leghorn,-&o.
I do not hc.ttate In eaylnc, that I will op k lor tha In
tention ot ihalAdle . one of the larrett tnd rxhrtt
atockof'6ooiTer thown ln!f emptlt.
WK wl I duplicate any Northerner anern ci 1 wim r-'""i .
tbe tame, ct brands equally aa rood, from 1 box to OrrtT A TTOW TVT'f'T) A VTTT fr. P.(
MEMPHIS, TENN.
Bagging, Hope & Plantation Supplies oa Hand,
WILL sire their bett attention to eilM Oottea and
Prod-e. 0- ratsttoni for BDHt Cotton from and.
-fter lttSepteaioer 2H p-roent. For Reeetttxg and Pnr
wanlinr potion 60 ceati pr bale. aall-laatf
L. KET'dHTJMt&COt,
COTTOIV FACTORS,
1S.aS. ISOSi
reat Eastern Route, .
TU
KEMPOIS AND ST. LOUIS PACKETS
AND
St. Louia, Alton and Chicago
a a obosvebob. . 1. caht.
GROSyENOR, CAMP & CO.,
Wboluale aad BjtaU Dtalera In
FID UN I TII RE
PIANOS,
Oil
Carpeting.
MATTRESSES,
OP ALL xusra ON hash, AND MADE TO eSDSR.
2S0 Mala Street, below Madison,
o7-tf Mempnlt;, Tenn.
FASUlOK.VBlilL
PRESS - MAKING.
ilIRS. SA3IANTHA C. BROWNE,
BeHf always repotted with tho
Ii.itcst Fashion Plates,
Is at alt HfBta pteyued to sake tip wtrk In the
Latest and most Approved Styles !
Air Work Coip!eted when Preiied.
AtrtalleaDthula neotaaary toaaHafy tk eweJnIeot.
Retldesee aa the loath tdo cC CsiM etreet. atwsd
bette taat ef Baron Oayoto. oetl.tr
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
BT Tkrtse . f a deed of Imit txerated to aw by Jtha
KeOe . in tecaro tht tnrm eat ct certain ttalaaa
th.rttn tpedSad In f.rtrot Rratt Lerr. dakd If arch
, 183i, ant reaarled In tht Regl'Ui'l once f.r SoclT
etonty, 1aasae at Ralelzk. a bxk No S3, pane.
. IM, U aad til, I wttl. 00 WADrfESDAT, TBB
3 1TH DAT OP OCTOBBR, 1HS, on Ue pmnttea. teU to
Hi hlsheetKarder, for caab,-the feOewlsc deacrtbed I.-t
or pa cot of irocivi, auaate la tte city or Metwoala
eoaoly ef She.ky. and Suit at Teasettee. to-wlt - BeKc
partot L- No (ISO) oe hsndrotand ninety, en tk
plat of tae err ef Ateafaia raaaini at a paint (SO)
twenty fact north ef tbt 'Sithwett corner of Lot (Wt
one h an 'real ai d Blnetr. tht comer of Wlacbettor and
Mala ttret; rma'ss tkesce tMiikwarSly aad with tbe
et.t tine ef If a M ilml. twenty feet, tktsct eatt.
wartry ana at Ttsnt aacwa wun at ara'treet ana parallel
wt h Wta'Aetltr afeeL (CO) Slty feet : tkeneo eonth
warely paral'et with Mttn ttreet. If) twenty feet, to a
petal (SO)twettT feet from Whehet'er ttreet i thence
wettwardlr IK) flltr (s'.u the hrsia-lnz. The It lie to
tbe above prop'tty I b-lterei to V jrard. l-e.' I than
convey 1 n!y a. Trnetot. AKht ot red-anption htrr-d by
tbe t-rm cf the doM. Thla Sib day ot October. 1EM
rr7-m H- L. TREAD WELL. TTBtteo,
miliar d Tables
FOR SAEE.
.TtWO Stt BiOiard Tablet, Caet, Bin, tte., etTsptete.
JL For aaio cheap.
A. S. LETT A CO. Auctioneer
oetl-la No. 10 ktaaiem ttreet.
ral? Is it safe? Is it truetwortby ? Is this
an abolition Assembly? Say yourself is It?
Read these documents, ve Preabvterians of
theoth Ate-ydATislhl? y0ap'Hi9rrest, ear
nest and unwearied endeavors to obtain tbe
complete-abolition or slaver," as' required by
the hiebest judicatory ot vour church ? Read,
ye men of the South generally, and say If you
are not convinced mat mis cnurcn uasoougut
the feate on this subject, of which they boast,
out tvotco,tuev oenot'eigoy,j oy biiicuuh
in: tbe principles and rigtits .of the South?
Can it be nj.gible that the Old" School Prrsby-
teriaBS. is ths tnldst of us, have been awarcct
" the exaet potltiotv" efthe'Gene"ral Asscm
bly on tnts subject i It Das oeen stoutly main
tained that if there is a body on earth whose
position on tbe subject of slavery is "clearly
defined and perfectly understood," that body is
the Old School Presbyterian General Assem
bly. J do not begircto helkv eAnysich tbiog.
arm -very-rat-rrom cneneningine suspicioa, ot
mv manv friends and acquaintances ot tuat
denomination, wblch such a belief must neces
sarily engender, me tDlps Is proDaniy wen
;h mrSffiloocfTh Ihe "North, and by a
traitorous few among us. My purpose is to
contribute my share in helping forward so
Wear a anjitft'on-of -the- Assemblvls " exact
Vsitioh'hffiiss1ibJect,nhafevcrySouthern
man may Dave a perfect nnctenianntny ot it
so tbat De woo rrad must run, or renounce
Bed denounce the comldnl and nnallen
faith, and utterly repudiate the uaibrn tfflip-
(rancr of sucnan Assemoiy.
jACXtOK, (Iu , Oot 8, IS53.
HEAD BKES3KS and GARNITURES
IKPAKT aad LADlra' CiPFa
BERTIIa. CAPES, tarEreniBr, a.
IhtLtdietareln lUd tjctHan-l examlee for thrm
term W. blLBERBERO,
OC10-2W Kot. IK and 800 afatn .'recti.
To Cotton Shippers.
Great Eastern Boulc
VIA
ST. LOUIS AND 0UI0 & 3IISSISSIPPI,
Helens, Duchess of Orleans.
Freea the Richmond Bsqdrer, Oct. IT.
Tbe publication of the remarkable will of
the Duchess of Orleans, widow ot the eldest
son ot Louis Phillippe, and mother bt'ttfe'
Count of Paris, ths representative of the Or
leans try nasty, wflf every chtrefalte up hosts
of admirers lor ner devotion to ner nusuana
and children
trne interest
French" government that Its circulation might
excite a revolutionary feeling in behalf of the
voune Urleans pretender, tnat an imperial or.
der has forblddcrrlts publication in the French
RAILROAD.
HAV1K3 Uen appointed fOLB OBNTS, wo are pre
pared to receipt therein to 1 the EASTERN
UiriES.OottonandaH atercbanllso cn the above Road
ThleBoote la the CniAPESC and MOST BXPEDI
TIO S tor the tiantportatltn ot COTTON AM MBB
CUAMDISB 10 ALL POINtS NHRTB AND BAST.
Cotton ehlrp d for any of the Ncrthers and Battern
marktti oy tata nontta aa tne acetaimga 01 onna
rled the eatlro dlstanct be BaU mm St. Lcn., thereby
avoiding the dancera and tietrntlona ceneeqttest eron
the Lake narlgatlen
We are prepared lo rceelr Cot oa aad forward It
WITHOCT DBLtT. Onrta'-IH-tlet are taeh, that we
can ahlp daily. Throtrh Bil't ct Ladlre wUl be t4(Bed
en tbe dileery et Cotton at oor landlra.
Every iBfornatttt tvon appHrat 01 It
DOTAL. AISt a CO.. Atettt.
ecto Ohio aat m.tlnltpl Rtllroad.
Boarding
'rss. K. 8. PRNN batUktntbeTtoeieonJetTertcn
JVa. ttreet. flrat dreat ot the New Theatre, and flt
tid It np anew. It raw prepared to acoonusidale BOARIV
IRS by the cay, week ormonth. ner table wlH be anp
plled with the bett the market atftrdt. She folltiti a
efcar of public palrenate. Termt very moderate.
octo-lni
In Store
O f BOXES OERMAN OAPr
O J boxet Crnthed and Powdered Stttr,
100 Jara npconnlry Batters . ,, ..
" '-'10 lbi. andbf bM. Peail Barley.
CattonRocn. S'lnTwltt and Sttzlxc. with a ftneral
ateortment of Ortcerlet.-whlchla for al low.
ort on AS kf cLEAN. 81 Front Bow.
BBCCE rtmAhf aa.JOHH M. tTtintinLT.
TflTSAM & STHRF.SHLT.
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
No. 6 Front Stroot, lTow Orleans,
WILL pay ttrUt attention to. and forward with dlt
paten, all aeoda lctrsated to onr care.
Refer to Mean. Coleinan A Co.. Meant. W Cox A
Co . Ueatrt. W. A Violet 1 A Co , Meter. Patton ft
Smttb.
SAM rnxsAM
It the aseot ot tbe aboTe booae In thl ctlr, anl
1 prepared to make contract for for aroint, and to at
tend to all eettlementa and other batlneta of tbe firm.
tnyil-ly
Fall and Winter Goods !
AT
B..WALKER.& BROS.,
79 FronRow, cor.' of Adama Street.
AND
saSI-. WALKER tk CO.,
217 Wain Street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,
HANOFAOTTJRBRS OF
CIOTHl3G3
COTTO.V FACTORS,
Grocers and Commission Jlerchints,
And Agent fjr GrUwold't Oelebrateil Improved Cotton
a v
112
North Third Street,
, 1 .1 - -
PHILADELPHIA.
Gin,
HQ. 70 PRO HI XOW. MEMPHIS. TENN.. .
1T7ILL five their belt atteotltn to xbt ti.t ot Cettnn
YV and other prodoce. CetoBlitloa Cor ttorlnx, tell
ing and wajhins, '3 ceuta per paie
All Cotton in atore lniared on leal other ilto In reefed.
Wonld UTlte atUatK-B to 'heir lartettock of E-
Elnlt, Bopo and Plantation Boppltea fs-a
O. O. T0WTIIC1D.. o n WUITUOBZ.
TOWNSEND & WHITMORE
COTTON FACTORS,
C OMJfDtSSJ O JY
AND
FovwanVlus Slcrclinnls,
Xo. -1 Bank Avenue,
THRBB DOORS BBLOW THE BCLLKTIN OFFICE.
1U WILL ftlrt their b-et at-entlon to the
rle ef Oc ten and other brodoce. Cora-1
t oh tlaa for Storiax, Sallmf and TetOB-J
lsr 7Sceata per bale.
All Cotton in store lntsrod na et otherwlte la(rscted.
Cerutantly cn hand a to-xl tnoply of Btznoz and IUpe
acdTwine. Tuwitaxnir & wuiTaur.
ania-dawfa
(Latent D. Rejd A Bre.)1
COTTON EAOTOK
RECEIV1SO, FORWARDING
. Commission Itlcrc banls
'OB
TENNESSEE, ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI
ATtABAMA PBODUCE,
No. 23 Front Rnwi, Memphis.
WE will tike nethQibni GOLD AND SILVER or Hi
cqalvalest for aajthsg whatever aoM by tall
Cm anio-dtwawiy
T. B. XORMEjrr.. J.1Mt?rL A. VIUOS.
Xemphl. Latiof Aloe, WUeon AOa.
NOR.iiErr & wiLsorv,
Cotton Factorsw?
ABD
Commission Mcvciiautt,
No 3 ltladion Street
UKJirniS, TBNN.
T)AGaiNG. Dope, and Plantation Sanpue foralteetl
AJ atlheloweatKarie' rricea. ant-oawtcn
NE HOTEL
FOR SAEE.
TUB Itthecritee baa la tha town tf Brown.
ville. Haywood costly, Teza . a NEW HO
TEL, known a the PortaBe Rente, and kept
taM yerkyj. B. PKtnat, ceatalna twenty Ort
rooe oatlrtly new. ard In sood order and bnllt la sood
tt'le, with doe Me a anerlea both In front and in the tear
of thfihnlMtac. Alan a lares Sno LlTTry SUMe newly
batlt and In I d order. Alao a lante Whieal Gro
cery Bnittrtt, formerlj occupied by Mean Atew, Bara-
pata a uo , a a wooteiate urocery. Tneaeortprtpenr
It tltualed on tne aanth aldo et the p.btle tqtare, oa
Depot atreot and doao to the Derot. TbeboiHlnrt art
all new. 'n rood oratr. hnktt ttroar and nhataBtlal.
The lneeerloeT worm ee wmt to ottpote or 1 aeta eo
reasoaahit terms, and take la oxeasn ftr them Laad
Irlagta Hiker ikat of tht hank tf the Miaalvipat or
Atkanaaa rrrera, or wHhln fosr to tlx miiet freea the
rleera betow Meatoh'a, aad win pay the dISereace if any
be doe; and If rut dtemfd ot In tbla war by tte 25th
of the preeent nMBtb, tbe Betel will bo Hated oat for the
next See , eara. and any per an wlthlnc to became an
aceapent, can rule applteatioa by laM tine Refer to
Stra'ton. Mcuar itta at .e
OC7-1 H w. curl, au
nAXSO.. IMPORIEIU AND JOBIBBS IN
Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
Eddies' Drees Goods, and
House Furnishing Goods.
1 - -
Pluter. Centre Merchant, and River Tra4ert art
Invited to call tBlextzilntoar tock be'or parcbaimg
eltewher. B. WALKBR A BROS.,
T rront now.
J. WALKBR A CO.,
erpU - - - ' - - .171 aln atreet.
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NO. 51 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS.
rntrnnea tT7mtlf Gf.
TTTHBR3 he will be pttatod to wait upon any old pa-. lg"T ""K3"1
V V tront, meruit, ana tne pnMtc renerauy. ho win
Blvtpartlcnlar attention to the Storm and Selllnc of
Cot toa and Produce. AS Cot ten or Prod nee cestUsed to
him win be Intared. unlet otherwlie Ititrxctcd.
partlcntar atttntton given u truer rer oircine ana
Rope, and'ether licpllra. Stores and tell Cot tan fel 79
cent per bale. apls-dtwawSio'
HENRY M DANIEL & SON.
COTTOaV FACTORS,
C03niISSI0. AND FORiTARDIaVC
MERCHANT S,
No. 4G Front Row,
JVCozzxtsaxIjs. Toanosaooa
ALL COTTON coetlrsed to a fori
3a. by river, wl 1 be covered by oat
HU pcn policy of Intnrancer atan, agatnttj
tha rit k of Plre while In ttore onleaa
taitroctol to tb contrary We cbarxe FIFTT CENTS
per bale festering aad SeQiag Oattoa. Otaora for BA3-
OINU ana &urx, SBaotner tappue', wui do promptly
attended to : and at) tettrvetMat f aHaf any oe'yed.
GantifBmentsof Cetun and ethtr prod ace. ref-pect-
Jyis-dawtm
Sll QXjLS&- Xi cap est.
asd
most; jsXPBDrriouB botjth,
' ' -TO ALL
EASTER' & ATJLANTIC CITIES,
VTA
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
BAILBOAD.
THR recent orapletloaef tie EattTecnowee at Jt
aim. Vallraad farSll OBO Tet COQtOnOateit, aaftK
and coBtlnaooa rASwoy root f res Xesphl to
WASHINGTON CITY,
BALTIMORE,
PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORK,
AND INTERMEDIATE CITIBS.
300 MHes Slwrter thaa say othsr- BM.
-S- TlrewA to H'oaUaefon CUv in kMC Afcajr
nlMfeenAosF Otnaeoltoat eettala and to wtaSsaV
The advaatakeo and tore I aw Mr ef the ever aa eeoer
X0Le hare hs appta lated by tbe
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT,
la awaraing to It tbt
Great Southern United States 3IaiI.
Bsttrelr thraacb tvlav terrttery. No anaoyaace or
rltk labetsgacceaVpaMedaTy aervant.
Tatoaty XAlnat Boat nsai tao wtanr-
and to aa Ihe ceitbrased mrdltliial w alert of Ttnnettie
aadGtonta. la by Ute Mestpae aadCaarftoBalto4.
n-i dcTrH-kl tttmet! a e-.aMeit lad tealtby ttaaatf a
B'JralaC maaatala etaery, aatOTgatted la lb ittttfc
Throexk lcett. it iiiwuuif taie, tatfte
NEW-YORK, -
PHILADELBHIA,
BALTIMORE,
WASHINGTON;
RIC -tOaVD;
CHARLESTON, PETERS jtSR
SAVANNAH, . . M i
COLUMBIA.
AUGUSTA,
NASHVILLE, KNO.XYliiE.
ATLASTA, LTHCHBURte,
CHATTANOOGA.
MONT6OM EXY,
COLUMBUS,
aael tlM VIRGINIA ''fJUMM.
TlekHteoeat bar- Men etealMtbed f
Ntebe. TKkaontt. MeaaaM. aad Sw. I
tata.
BaUaffOOaaaAeCXaaf ihrMtoh BlM naaUaeal
TBlt KUrAJfeS MAIL. TRAIN toato MtawM
at 8 p at . atofprriK at a.1 atottoa.
THE ACCOM NOVATION TRAIN wW tears Meat
ptt- DAILY (except Sando?') at 8Ma m.. tar In
ei USt ard rrane Jueefoe wattona, man Life wMk tho
GREAT SOCTUBRK MAIL 1RAIN oa the MlattatgS
Ceatral Baitrrad lo Billy Sprlrs, Oxford. Ilrin.i.,
Canton, Jarteoa and New Oeteont. Ciaait alao at
Grand JaaetM wtth tiaiat to lVait.tr, Jirtioo, et
RetsrstBTwin reave sofaorvine aaa htmh jaaatna at
J 09 r m J arlrtpgatMevpaMttCJTp.x.
At lata wttn a dolly Hae ef faea-kert Ottibti
branch AbtNeea. Ottaatbat, eet . to too airthna tat-
taiau of the Mobile and OMo RaBsaod-
Troaa nttiii jooaaeiMt atMwna me eiliaait af
etopptox at any point detered. Seta at tb aaoee'
Cotomcrcul aad wortsasa statu, an ai iae Maaaaaat
tattta.
Bacb satoeaxer wui be a'lowed tae htadttf n a of
bautgt ; ao article wfll be carried a bagge tbat it
nat Ipaadont to the peeaos ef ibepatteaftr. K fate of
tbe Ooaapanr wl'l bold thtiaeotm ruf itilBIn foe aa
taat oat nai exeeoatac $160
Necreei.waea traeettag aloa, en mat bate a luiailL
Banttag t a polat to which tbeyaietosn.aadtpttWjiag
tbat tney arc to travel by re. ad. tbey w aat be
earned. No Uekat wkt bo told tkeaa. aor wfn tbey he
iceived tatb ea'a aaWe th.tr owner or aaeat bo Brto
eat or known to the Ticket Agoat, CtadaHtr, or ttttr
peraen to voacb tb- arennlaaaoo of parrot.
Banreas tiate r aa arurato totter IBaa Mrafrhla Ubbo.
B. ATMM.
lanlt Scpertatendao-. Mesaat.
s.
Wliolesalcr gfld Retail pr
KX D BALER IN Krf
STOTES, GRATES, TLALT & JAPAKED
1. A AUfLE....M. 8,. NITCHIti... J,M. tAMri-r.
SASIPLE, MiTCHELL & CO.,
Cotton Factors,
COMMISSTO.V, RECEIVING
AND
Forwarding Merchants,
MADISONST.. THIRD DOOR BAST OF UNION BANK,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
A SCPPLT of .bettBaegtBg and Rope always In atore.
X Oram for tnrprtet ni.ej at tnetwet cam prices.
aal-d wly
llArLE05 niLi.
Shelby ceanty
W. VERNON,
COTTON FACTOR,
COMMISSION AND FORiFAROWG
SlEftCHAKT,
No. 6 FtinfRotVjOver Meachamct Galbralth's,
Memphis, Tenn.
JonSedaw
Late Arrivals of Boots and Shoes
WR ate now It receipt tf ear Fall aad "W later ateck
t BOOTS, snOKS AND BROGANS, to wbleb.we
woaid lartte tiles tlon w tare taken naMl ;ibi
la get'lnz BP our atotk with refereaee tr tht tnarktl,
and fort aunred tbat we can glvt aatlsf nation, both in
price aad q-iallty
rrora ptaaiere. ittver Traaer. ana jt'rcnazi.. imrr
ally, we wot Id reqacat n examlnatloa before paroba a.
tag Terra Cath, vr ttty acceptance.
epl-J WALLA C a & TAN ftlaT.
dissolution.
rnHBSnnof MorrtHn. Ward. B vr Morn aad D O
. X. Ward, la thla. day dUaairtd by tzntaal content
The 00a battneoa wu De teutea or o. u. warn, aaoineee
indebted to M Sra win Uke notice they staat pay
their lndeetetiieti er tbey wUl k reUected by law.
B W. MtKKlBS,
jBMlblSSS. D. & WARD
SYetv Firm,
WU NORTON & D. C WARD, have tbla d.y aa
a tueiated tkecottlve together. attaeoUet-ndf
MorrlM A Ward, under the atyle tf Hartoa A Ward, fer
be paraoee of dolag a general wbt4tale aad R. tall
rSTGi-OvS kaataet, where tbey wiMhaigUdtoteo
IbelrBaBieroaa Tieao. aad the pabne gennally, atanr
leg ifieia that tney than do pomety wattea-npoa, ana
jbt n Good oa Ibe beat te m.
JySO-tt HORTON A WARP.
tor uct ucvu.iuu wun uueuauu " . ... .... a . - . . a. a . 1 ... ! fl T1 T II TV
.and to what she regards as the Fresh Drugs and Medicines AUoJUrrlson's Patent Kitchen Store,
' p France. .,So feaiul is the- ron the " '." Eizaa. COMMISSION,
rnment that Its circulation might rmw w rwir eg n TO "Tlao Oolotorntod 'j
JET tfJLJLJ MJ JL -fib. VJLJWJUd,
TTTS are sow receiving Ihe mott ex'rnrlve tteck of the
V v above gooda erer broni
; I.. .-A P.!,.!.., ,nnt,lnlne f boU (lJ let Corp t0Ur
. - ..r-r-. , vr." - ixjttmtajcioni
have been stonned on tbe frontier of r ranee,
There is much'to'a'dmire In'tlie character ot
the Duchess. She was a noble wife and
mother, and whether in tbe excited chamber of
Deputies, wtien Uie ratal words ' 100 iAie,"
abort gooda erer brontbt to thlt market. Onr
t deep roar nonet ana cellar,) cetng
u asv othtr in thl ntr. we intend to
conttanlly keep on hand stock fnlly adtqiate to the
1 ere! log denrand'ef onr tfbwlng city.
Onr f at lltle art tonal to any ptrtlea Wett of the
MaaataUrB We ctr and wDl tell at low (tor eqeal quali
ty of good) at any bios; in 'bit city
3" Krpcrien'ea ni CTtnp-ieni ra-n in eTrrr tcpan-
ttrostrated the movement for a Regency, or in Imentotonrbnttneea. we gnaraaiy entire tttitftction
... . ,P "L hrftaan.allt. Af arar. irlldt we ,rtl
toe povertv ana saaness or exile, sue -ui.. - . ,
always extriblted great dignityfirmnees and
courage, lne extracts irom ner win, wdicq
we give- below, prve tbat btr" last tbougU:
were ot her children, and ot the crowntfrg-bf
their arabUion in avenging their grandfather,
the klne ot the barricade e. and plactntr France
once more under tbe away of the Orleans-
family. With what fervor does she say
WARD 5. JONES.
oelf -itwa. lw Wholtta't Drewltta. tSi Maln-tt.
Coahoma,
liook to Your lLevees
ONHONkAT. the 18th tait., (being Clrcalt Ojnrl
day.) the lindbolJera art reepecltBry reqnetted to
(THAI H. DOBIOM. JR ,
Laie of KollTtr, Tens.
Ludlow's Sclf-Pcaling and WincheU'B Wax MISjIj S J&ORIOs
K aauaa. a-,.. . I . m ava - a-aaaamAnD
j V A Ate.. I At JIUItO
ABD
RECEIVING
ABS
WROUGHT IRON STOVE, FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
. FOR nmrp. ?Zn tft Frnnf-lhiTr.
SltUJUUimie, 0q j, F,oor of MMby & Hnnl,. j-ew UoHJta
iVa...i xjn,,. atompiiis Tonn.
And Family Use.
Bucket Covers, Ears, Tea Kettle Breast,
Kivets, thect Iron,
AND VARIOUS OTHER ARTICLES STJITAELH FOR
Country Tinners'.
ALL OF WUJCn I OFFER
At 2S4 .llalu Street,
BETWEEN, MADISON JND MONROE.
1 TTILL S.I an order earef ally and g re prompt atlrn-
V Tf uaa to any bnlnea ealtaued to teem.
IrQO-dawfjxr -
3. Z WEBB.,
... 3 t imu.
meet in Convention at tbe Court Ilonae In Friar' Point,
"May my children observe their rfoiltlcal I VhSdMcTll. """ I
duties, both by their CO-iStancy in adversity I learntttly k Mi pep.e to ttnd, parUcnlrl there !
and exile, and by tnelr 'firmness and ueroua 1 directly inurrttea 10 i i-ti laevecj rtr ooin.io.
n.rir.ti. irh.n the mlr.e nf ernl hll m-n are atenred on tb-.t dar for tht work, the recoo-
.. . . . .. I Btrntilonaf that Ijerco will, -f :r the preeent, beaoan-
call them to tbetr country. May 1 ranee, r.- .nVcona!ry ajatn oretfltwed. Bi.uM r
stored to her dlpcity and liberty may constl-1 to thote enable to attend, laclote yosr bltla on New Or.
tutloual France reckon upon them to defend
her honor, ber rrandeur. and her interests, and I 7"
may she nod once more in mem uie wisdom -or
,r grandfather and the chivalrous qualities
ern portion of the Church : a result which
n water rrfid r itiren must denfors. as teodineto
the llBSwKition of ths Union ot our beloved
.au.tn.1 a nrt nhlefa everv enllehtened Christian
will oppose as Drjrglng about a ruinous and
nnneceasarv crhlsm between -brethren who
maintain, A eenDOIlJ alth." 1
"The yeas and cays' bslng ordered, wereie
the:
of their father. They should' ever bear in
mind the political principles which have made
the elorv of their house, which their erand-
fatber raimruny ooservea on tae urone, anc
which their father, as his will and testament
bears witness, bad ardently adopted."
While it is not impossible that the claims of
her family to te French throne may be estab
lished, we think It highly 'Improbable that,
under the iron military rule and lynx-eyed
vigilance of Lsuls Napoleou, such a revolu
tionsryproceediBg cduH make any headway.
The F.mneror. bv his own experience, is h'm-
self so thorougDiy instructed in toe various
devices of secret intrigue and open macbina
tions for the possession ot the throne, tbat no
nrenaratlon will be neglected to ward on Uie
danger.. But, however the mighty juet-tIon
may be decided, if brought to an issue, no one
can read wiuioui emotion uie touowiog tan
of the mother and woman:
1 r- " . , p . ..a , . 1. r-
" ID IDt D.1QB 01 tuc coiuci, ouu ut lueaNU,
and of the Holy bhoet. in dying, I commend
rev aanl to God. and in the uame of Jesus
Christ, I implore His Infinite -Ajercy, praylhg
Xltm lO jLtCeiVB tne, IU iuc caciuai auuuc, iucig
to re-unite me to those I have mourned upon
this earth. I leave my maternal bltBSir.fr to
my beloved sons, and pray the Lord to guide 0 aXHTTT'Krn.
them through this life, and to give them pros- j OiV w JVJLL'I VJ
perous daysanu to grant toea eternal leucity
ther thall have noblv fulfilled their des
tinies hers below. I bid them here a, Utt
adieu, while thanking them for tbe happiness
thev have contributed to my existence. I en
treat the Queen to receive tbe list expression
of mv respectful Gratitude. 1 uta rarswen 10
leant, pa-aMe lit of Jinn try next, for the amonntcf
yocr tmttcrlprl ft. poyaHe to'nyflf. and 1 wlB Ittne
ant! return the fCip cf tbt coasty. piyabie ib twerre
montjii, at tea per cent. InttTett torha gaij'
ai L. Al U IV.l
Frltr' Point. Mlt.."Oclober I, ISM. ocSStwtd
Illssolntlon of Partnership.
rtrini nrmcf WHIPPLE A SHAW, wat dlwolW by
A rantSAl rnnt-nt oh the I5la cf September, 1643
Bltber rartaer laantboriied to uie the nana ef tte Una
la tbe Kttlement cf tn not men 01 tne concern.
, A. WHIPPLE
octi A. B an aw
Wotlcc.
TrlE tradertlrned la Tetlrlsg from Ihe flrn ofWnly
TlX A SnAW. take pleatara 1 recommending the
sew Arm of WHIPPLE A MOITGOHKRT, to tbe pa
tronage an conldecu ot tb public at every way worthy
of it rC3l A. B SnAW.
A. w-.-whipm.!:
.. .. I.CW
WHIPPLE & MONTGOMERY,
Flatting Jflill
IN
TWELVE LESSONS
F. Vt. COSVEH8E,
tLite of Peel's Campbell Minstrels,
viTOULD rttpecttnUr annoonce, that be bu Ulen I
f 1 rooma at txw rafOFf uaiL, wnert co 11 pra-faira 1 mr-n n-Ti
lo give Itutrnctiona on th" Btnjo In a tioroiuh and com- I JyjJ HiJA,
Per, on 1 detlrug Inttrnrtlon, can aeemam tenat.au.
fry applying to Mr. P. Flavlo, at 0. W..AIextt-1er'a Ms-
ale Store, am at rOH.n- atsaacciorr.jia'.a mnw
Ladie wlihlng Imtmcllon. on Ihe Bn)o wil be wait
ed en at tbetr m.dfooff, by learlog erdert-at tke atore
pl.ee. tewti.ti
On Consignment
ANDtoarrlv-eex aalpOninmodoro front BotrtJ
300 baiet extra heavy India Bagging
zoo " mecunxn ana nravy taunay na.it
For tal la lot totnlt pnrch-er hr
WOOLSEr A KTHRICOE
CJotloiaedTobacAaPaetor,
ocS-Tfw S7 Camp atreet. New Qrlean.
(). COLEMAN & C0o
AOLUTt rOB. TIE AIX OT
VIRCINI A MANUFACTURED-
TOBACCO.
ALSO
. - MESEH.lt. COMMISSION
AD
FOIUTARD1SG JttERCH-AN'TS,
No. 3 iiladison btrcet,
MEMPHIS, TSNN.
aepIS davSrn ' ' '
, If A MOBTOOMEBT.
-Firm.
WEBB & RAWlxlNGS
Cotton Factors E
A5U t
CommissIOR Merchants.
One door from corner of Main and Union sts.,
Il7n BUin.) fflESIPUIS. its.-.
PARTICOLAR atteallor. paid to Receiving and. For.
wxrdlsc Gcoda, aetllag Srala, Baom, and all kind ef
ProdacoandlfannfartandOoodt. We alto keep good
tock of BAGOINO, BUP8, TWINR, BACON. MESS
FORK, tie., which wt wDl faraltb onr cattomen t the
aiatxet vaiae. au oroera pronitiy atuBueu io.
InalS-dawIin
JABII ELDCB 1 T PABBIIR
Meiaphl. Ttnn. Abe roe. n. Mies
ELDER &, PARRISH,
COTTON FACTOIIS,
ComRiissIoD & Forwarding
avr an n. o 33: u. oxr t s
Corner of Madison Street and Frost Row,
Over the Banking Cocao ct 0. W. Chorr, A Co
Memphis, Tenn.
JylS-dawlia
A. J. MONTGOMERY,
COTTON FACTOE
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT
3To . 11
niadisoa St , bet. Front Row & Dlaln,
01EMFHIS, ItiNW.
ALL CoHoa ttttpsed to tae, or nereo oy tarjv
after lto arrival, a HI be eoTertd to'lfl
OpeaPoUeyef iBisrance, ttatet otatrwlae Ht-tl
tlrneted. '
tjr-A good itpply ot Batatsg aad. R.poalwaytoa
iaal. 3,si-dtw
. LABE...aXEWTO!t rOBB.... C TBEADWXIX.
Ft LANE & 0.,
COTTON FACTORS
AeD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2 South Side Union Street,
MEMPHIS. TENN
STTTTV BAQOINO. Rope aad PltatatlM
J id'r'rplle tnnilabed at the hwett mar-1
liei rites and liberal .aah adeaneet
made on Cotton In alre
Onr charge for I torts- and aelltas Cetfea tbe tame
bereltfore.ioc! per bale. ao-qwai
w. j. wEBB vs.- Jaurnic, JB.
WEBB & RTJFEIN.
mm
z
w bar on band a targe aarpry tf
WAR
D
July 10th, 1858.
ANOTHER REDUCTION!
CHARLESTON & SAVANNAH
Freight Lines:
THROUGH RATES FROM
MEW YOUR
TO
Memphis, Term.,
AND
Tuscuiiibia, Ala.,
By Side-Wheel aad Strew Setaitefcro to
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH I
The following Rates
GlTR the total caajt. ty. StraaMba. trtlgblt, tr
ge and Wharfage at Cbar.ee lea asm Sanaaab, iti
Raltreail ecerget treat New Terk :
To TaeaaBMa. MiBMhli.
Pint Clan, per Wt lb... ....$t 88 H M
Seectrt Ct.fl, " ' 1 4S 1 H
7hlrdClaa, ' 1 IT 1M
Boxt Hate, " " S 3B J S
Special Rates. " I 7 IM
Clasritlcatlon on the above Routes !
FIBST CLASS Dry Geed is tmet taat baiet 1 PtoM
Ftrtet. Book, and Statwaery, Boett, Baa, Llnntrt,
O0,At,tbotlea; CaaiphtBe aad Sotrttt Tatyattaa,
is banclej Carpellag, I hia. SI aaa aad bkatwaret ChMtt,
la cae Clock. Coofecrioeort. Ottos Cat: CnUT.
tnCAiea, c.tk,, aatlbaiMi dm, FvnM. Ftatt Tut
and Sbrabberr. Pnra, Sarden ereai., I.Mkla( Olaim.
and Locking Sirs P"etr, (at owia-r's rttk.) O, ta.it, in
cant aa4 Jart; s44lry. tin tad Brllaaata Warn. IM.
BBd Spiceai
SECOND CLASS Hardware, (xccptatkMBwcM4
la Pint aad Tlrd Cla-t.) CoeVe Mill, MaihlBai, ;
Poretgn Llt)ooea. u larrela an.! atye; Tittnt.totwneot
Leather la roll, and boxc ; OUa, la. barret aad rotb i
O ockery and Qieencware, In era) aad cot. ; taaa,
Wbineg. PUt tr. Steer, Br ae aad Copper.
THIKD CLASS Axe, Shotot, Cnaooa, aW Irotaa,
Ztae ant Tin. la ate. Tbt Fiato. Annie. Tin, caaat tat
Chain aad Beet. Mtatla aad CMtoa 0tdo. Caa,
Heavy L'a.uaga. mw eeartag. eairi Saabtf .
Axle. lUttroae Wheeh aad A lies, Okaara, Spit t, otal
Rotto In ba ret.
SPECIAL. RATRS Parattnre aad Carrlas, baaed,
aad other light article r. net taaatefatod ; anJarltf t ad
Acf. or olbe- Cbemical. will be chttatg by jttatl
weUM, tt deriMe Fin t C rata.
t- AH ttatl-n an Mttnyal tad CfcMwatoa roaal b
rean TwcnmWa aad Memnhl. aboiaed nil a to
matti'. ail etata na eatt of Tim titan
Ttueaabla
I- Sblptnenr StTtenah. aboala be t
Ageat Central Balln.ad. Sataaaoa, 8tM.
rr BtaawBt via uaarieatoa. ittnal be
Arret Scatb Careltt- Rollrrtd, I htilnlta. S. t.
Axent to new Tor : hexbyt iwstts,
Agent a.hrrton Iw, ISS Ptoadwa-.
j. a. s. nmi.it,
Aatot Saeaaaah Ua. ITS Beoaatwor.
Whs wtH tbt et rtr i rtadtr M.rebaat every tltlaair.
Bd farafb .11 aetty thla slag jafwatlf, rvolga
Bate At.
r-Rodt wtli b be rttnt libit for Stgttait tawar-
rtogatSea Orer-cbarget atawaaTy iilaaaid by two
dettterlag Road
Tb nn'tralgaed WW er.ee np all railing good by
either L'oe, aad tf at sad la thirty dap. aftor aataat.
win pay rer taeet.
r-1 1 la detlnbte in all of ottered aaea. that
notice be glvoa to tbe Saprrlauadeat of tbe aVM.trtog
road, or the aaderaigaed. In order that tbe com eg de
tention my be tavettfeiaeed aad reaaeeheaj
CHARLBS W. ANDCRSttN. Sea1 Agent,
Jj-if P. O. Addr, Nt.hTttte, Teas.
ATaltncao cony.
AND
F&GZtFIS&GGIJFG
Two of the best brands of Hemp sagging.
Alto, a large ttock of tbe bett
MACHINE JROPE,
both of which we offer very low to the trtde Ooaatry
Merchant trtd Plaateri vbitlag the city for the parpeae
ef laftog lath.tr acppiy, wonM da wtH to can aa aa, at
we tklBk wo can make It to thr latere alio 00 eo.
Inm-dtwin STRATTON. McDAvITT A CO.
House-Mover and Raiser.
TOO respectfaOy Inform tht et'uen of Mem
01 and the orronndieg coantry that I am
prepared with the necrttary acrew and flxtare
to Move. Rahv. Lower and Stralckten Balldlaga
ot all oetcrfollesi. Peraoe wanting work deaa la that
line, wMI sad It to tnelr tnurtat to cau on me at mj
place or letldi ace. oarser of Matar and O.erten atreeta,
Menwhla
f eft-raw 1,
WILLIAM BOOTH.
GOLD PENS
Wholesale Grocers& cmta m rmw .nd .ey m
Wl..aian. . aa. - -
aWIlK.A luuig,
eMd Pen Mannfactory,
Jyl-dawty No. 89 Third ttreet. LonlaTlll. xy.
No. 316 Main Street.
Keep constantly on hand a choice lot of
GROCERIES & PRODUCE.
Ab the snett brand f
Bagging and ttopc!
AU of which they prtpet to sen
OH I IflP SPOtt. OA BTT1
jy dawla
y. w. m,chcieh...t r mackauv...!;. w. bboob.
J. W. M'CRACKEN St CO.
WKOLBSALR
g hoc ejus M
AMD
COLIHI8SION HEECHANTS,
No. 49 Front Raw, Comer of Court SI net,
MIMFHI?,TNN.
WASTXD ie.000 buhe4t Dried Peachea tnd Apf4n,
for wtvKh tae hiznttt mirirt pne in cata wui to pata.
ecplT-uwSsi
NEW YORK & CHARLTON
STEAM SHir LINE.
Tiirougrh Tickets
FROM
MaHttgntaery, Ala., te Netv York fM M
Atlants, Ga., t New York 33 M
Augusta, G., to New York SO M
Caa be had by 1 pot lea lias at tbe Railroad Tlektt
at etea polat.
-XTCW TORX AND 0HA2LWTOK Sa
A v w aeet u . o. jaan ateaiaeaiaa taroaga
Forty-Eight Honrs.
tRBAM SHIPS
OOLCMBIA, ISM toe V. Berrr.
XASHTILLK. 1830 too. L. M. MTV. do.
JAB. ADGER, 1540 toa R. Adaaa. do.
MARinNa Hoo toa....w. j. Foster, do.
Uave Adget'a Wbarf every WBBNZ8SAT aad SAT
CKDAT at High Water.
There Bteas btea were all bailt enrtMlv tor thl line.
nd 'or nlety. tpced aad ettaltft. are aartvatHat oo tho
tout. TM tappUni w tb every laxary, attoorrea aad
tnteoaeCamaiaader, will inter v irareerrt bv thl. Ha
every pttttbte comfart, havtoz taogaat ttato-nane atrtaa
meilttloB. For IrtigBt er paat as, ataty to
HKNRT MtSSROOK A CO.,
Oaraer Bait Bay aad Adger'a Soatk Wharf.
ljll-t
UIKEAUER &
BRO.
TTTOOLD mott rttpertfnly tnrlt tha u
V V teetloa of their cm Umera and tbe public
la general to their ttecx orinern maae
diet', GeaUeaea't, MUtea', Boya' and ChH
aren't
ROOTS A.U StxUtaS.
Iteteeted wi'bgreat ere byoartorvt la NtwTork, aad
n.Aat tne Beat MalerUI and Workataatklp. ta con.
necttoo with oar Maaaltetarea worx, u r wam we
will eeOcaeta for cash Freea ear ftarteen yean ex
ptrteace tn this Ittve of batlnei In Mesapfete , we bell.-ve
wa ttvaw lb wint ot tbe coatmnnHy
AS rip a work Doaghl or as repairta wtuoat exira
cbarg. loasegiveno acaiiaiouxiiewaTiaaaia iaw. aw.
Mala atreet, eatt aw, ottwetn aianno aaa uotoa.
ttva-Sm uriaHtuAnatwf
HAVS thlt day a'eoclated onrtcire toretber at the
old ttudon Madleo itrret.wbire aU kind ot LUX
- . . a... a. .-..1. ...t .1... -a ......
UJL may C rr" OWUl auuau u U11B-.) . aa.f
a can be porthaaed In tbt city. BUNDS, .DOORS and
SASH, and FLOORINO. of aUdtjcriptlnn. We bare
geerf article cf WflltK PINE cn hand, 1 lacb, IK ri
1 Inch, ot optl no.nalltya So giro na a call.
' r ANSON wniPPLB.
oCU.lm tt A. MONlGOMBBT
FOSTER & MILE,
-NO.351 MAIN STREET,
MEMPHIS, .
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
-IlN
tt'BCTTa. 0X0. W. TBOTTEB-
W.Ti7 PlIilTfi.
YARD. McNTJTT & TROTTER, P . H. TOWNSEND,
uurxuxi rAuiuit,
Notice.
Have thl day formed a partnerablp for the pMpoe of
.. .dlS
COTTOX FACTORAGE,
COMMISSIOS AND FORWARLINS BD8K&S.
Ori"CB:
Slosby & Hunt's illock, UivSUlrs,
FRONT ROW. MSMPBIS. TBNN-
T TTILL e oar bett attention ta the Storlog, Selling
W aad SCtlpptng ot Cotton. AIM, Eeceivlnx and
Forwardlnz GomOf. BaggiBg. Kope na otner inppitet
fnrnlthed at the lowttt ntet. AH Gotten Centlgsed to
tit, Inrared, nam otherwlte iBttrxeted.
Jaly lit, l66. Jy-dawln
1. a. obovex. .....J. . oxovrs.a.. ..j. t. sihm
jr. jR. Groves S Co..
Cotton Factors
R O C B
A1tT
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
-nROMPT attention given to Storing and Selllag Cotton,
X old aland No. no Front Row, Merapat.
Idia-OIWIT
r. r. Mijoa
rtcHly Sprttgt, Mist.
Jfl&SOjV $ CO.,
Cbirimlsslon ai;crcnants,
No. 283 Main Street
MEMPHIS. TENN.
J3"Pot Ihe pretest at 161 MtU Stret ay tlalr.
, .....CAXBIBaTOlf SfAIOit,
Late of Mttn, SimS A Booae.
aoto-dtwawsa
lillllh II II.
We are In receipt of tbe largest stock of
faivl and winter goods,
WE HAVE EVER HAD IN STORE,
BMBRACING
- ' . i; t .n ,,,r, . tr m-1 Hueriii's aaie
my rnouiti, . ."'' rV.' Vr vlrUeef antrrdfrof t tie tome directed from the
. llaaaia etaa-ie. an 1 an V aB V Bt rnr ww-iinyn I IIXVCI "Wri I RaT . ... . . .
DrOUlCIO . aaaav.a, ... . - I lb 09e Of HmrtT. HB1, KttJ , On JaOgEJ'nt By Bl-I ,
f.lt aincere affection : to mv mother family, I JTaV-mt faeor of P Baxter A Co . ne. Ac vt. J. I ttSl
whose tender .bospiuiity hs. iigi.tenej 1 tb, . wt 'JS: f SlETery Variety in our Line
lemessoi cA.icvi -.j ,,n tretl. 1 MemphU. .! te the blgbett bidder for
friends and' servants. -wbose Udeiitj iu tnei t w 1Vl,ela,ulon,6nllcfj,ffeT.
mirt of mttuortune CSS luipueu b-c n 1 aonttreet oetwe-n rhlrdtje.-ina tne jityen, toxemtr
e.f.fnl attachment: and finally, I bid fare-1 with thtltaproTeiaenit, thereon being ptrcoriot ao.
... a- ..1.1. 1
tit. I tn Knnrt. WQ1CU 1 USio ucu o uauvw.i- . .....i.jv.v. - - ..e.i.. .v.w.
nill v at. , 1 IVT.VS.I JV ITUI vii u sit UJ bliriu aa Mlrt w tt a tt siMifi
and where" the happiest days of my lite navel ,u,chedaa properly cttalldftrnlanu afd condemned
Elided away. I commend my sons uever io for taltky n- "iu toaauiry anova iica jnogmeni
v . ... r ni ia ih. h.ainnne imn tui'i. 191 , i-ukti in
lorgei mat me t u.T'7k:r,? . .. bobt I..SMITH,
orS-atle-lo - Sheriff Shelby County.
Mare Stolen.
of All wisdom, uiaou ib nu.uo
prosperity, and a stay amidst, misfortune ; to
e.m.in rr faithful to ibe Dfecenta cf ;beir
.K.l,lhrar.rl aiarl miltlfine Steadfast lllteWtSeiO
their polulcaT fattfir May they observe It,
t.,..h hr their constancv in adversltr and exile,
and bv their firmnees and devoted. patriotism I ,bett. Addreii,
h.n fhe eeune 'of events shall restore tbem eeto-u
CtTOLBNfrta W. Gate-, atOreaada, Ml.,
a DARC BAT MARE, tatd Mare It feer
tien buidf high; hit one eye ctit) thoei cn
.rra feet. Dttn nina rect wnm ana titgnirr nip
W" It At ta,
w.ier Valley. Ml
to thefr courrtry. My last, words, are for my I n rt .bARRRLS .Copper, v. A-r tor ttleby"
bcHCVeQ ons a prsyenana-a otexsing.-- vr. ,
ippera. r. w., ror atu try
H. F. PARK S WORTH AJOO.
ANI
Coin mission Mcrch.iuls,
44 union Biroec
junl-daw6m NEW ORLEANS
Memplils, 3nly Sib, 185i.
Jones, Biwii & Co.,
0XO aBrMnsre ta trtefr rritacttana t h pni-lrc, trial
tn ecterlsg ovon tin. their SIXTH BUSINESS
SXASON in MemphU, tbryfoel It Inettjnbent npoa thun.
in retnrn ttetr onrturiea acxnowiecsxiQiiia isr tso ns-
pirallelcvl patronage aotlnJly bettowed, and to protTtr
TentWtTU OaV OraaVbca 01 Mill ua.aiiK. auucaii, w w
aarve a continuance ard lBCrttaeot thoeama
nrratorAcf Raxxlnc: Ri-do Twine. Hcear. Come. Mb-
laseetr. Bacon Candle, Sa t, T bacco. Floor. Wbiiky and
Ptantataoa ScoDliea gej eraliy together with allBttlclen
In onr line, la f rtvth aid urge, ard as low a can ba hail
la tnlimaruti-r t aan, or upon tee Btnaimau to pans
tnat dealer.
We buy at headonarra to- CA3H.A&0NX, a2 Ve
rectlte weekly acajvlalttoa to etrtlockj KtAtt-OaT ptw
troas neea wt itar getting as tnrerior atuae, or one
otherwlM uun t ran. . ,
' -are rnntlana to Store and Xealxtxoa at .er oia mte-e
rpr-A VINO reetaieit txatn tic PTJXNITTJXJI EC3LJ?XS3 j iM cenU pr bait. Cotton Mend at benlafortr In ertrr
n gt'thotraUaunaiu.aririoWactuVang.an-eauray-'ntw
aDd'wcll aelect'd ittck, which caanstbnt pltate all,
"botblapUendtyle. Thaakfnl to' iirtny friends for
tbetr pas!iaiDcraiip..iuiaBe, wBmq'iuu aouat-wcir
tracta wosiai vo y.cuw aa mro rta atain.
SHt- - H. Jt.-QROmXNlTX
-------- I c
Jhkw I SXASOl
MERCHANTS AND 'TRADERS,
ww retnectfnll) tnvlUd to examine, ont 'ck for tb
;WH0L;SAL AND JOBBING TRApB, ort.
nTKltS we cffr every variety and all ttrle.
mtto ofd f M wrtrt. ,k M
ara rm TEUkuu.aax 1, ivi uivi.vmu arcaacoa auu
txarenteniacl ihe Ltdit. ard thall alwtjj keep the
t.jt FIllLatiFii Ki lliwaiiauja, : .
Onr stock !f NKwRO'wO&AJ.a l veiwjtrt, rda
tool at can te mtaBiacirrro,. , , tersa-rm
tvaXeiaw nowAXvs. .....wir. r. rowazio,
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission auit
Foivvorduig McrcnantSy
nrrt 4 trn rrr a rtntcr rtniu rpmin
IIVJ. - UVIfaUUru IIUITi HlbaiaXailOi
TAnAIXOSm Barttax. Awe, Twtne. Barif . Coff?e. At
JJ Um, Rice, Floor, Lard. Baton, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wise, Wataky. VU-jar, Ue,
Land-PIuleT, and Groasrie gewrtlTy A eo4 tteck
Bow on band, and for Sale at naaeaahre pHe.
ra0lb advincr sadeea Osttoa ttore tar tal or
iilrrtnent. Onr Opes Pulley of m-araau cotert all Cct
oaconeifceal to 0 sy water; tiao, tbe rltk of Fir
ut oonzt-eaoca r-r s",riri? arw B-it:nt cotua wai
hnearter be St jer cent For recetrlai and rn-wartteg
no cent per nai epr daw
RRSOLVBD, by the Bear f Myer aad Aleerm-n of
the Ctty of MemphU, Tbat the Mayor keep a tUnd
I me iu tics la tao of the city caper, that no acconat
agile at tbe city win be paid outfit made by authority of
the Major aad Board ef Aliens en aad approved by the
Mayor Extract from tat mtantra
A. V. 0awun, aajui.
L & RICRABDS, City Register.
Mtmpblt, Ansnat S, 1668. BT-U
Ilunie F. Mill,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Notary vnbnc.
-10MMISSI0NRR of Deed, Comial-tloor of Conrt of
1 aii.tTriKeil3t,tei Conmlaslcner, Mea.hU.Tenn
Offlce erjen from 8 A. Sf.to 9 r. at. Attention given to
the adcnowledgBent of Deed asd other lnatinmen'a ot
writing. In and ost of once : to tne prepa-mg r Deed
and all other tsrtmmenta ot writing ; to the taktn - cf
Decultlon to be nted lstheaeveral SUtea aadTerrl-
tories; to iToasaxxngiHote anaurana. t nave two 00
ce In lmiaedlatt connection, and ptrtont can enter by
tbe tide 'toor wULKtsl the mttmptlen el tht rntnt
oSce.
Aocoaat and note for couectlcs or intt left at thlt
eta c wH! he placed In thehasdg af relttTHo ofScer.
Jjl-m
C. K. HOLST & SON,
a D. OOODLETT.,
.W If. SOOSLXTT.
1 GarM
'and oosuntdlotts Brlek Wire- tcn-e. on Adinti
atrtetv -'' - - -
Lis ral cxxb AdraBtMlnate cn Co. ton tn ttore, which
la always tottrtd,"rale otherwise f rtrnetod.
Heipectftl?, S.C.- '
- Mmmm tnun mwrr-lt p. a a an
I TI 1 ITT I s a efUaalwA. ulaUKAtOi UU. -
GOO&IjETT& GO
iCOTTO."V FACTORS
BZCBlTVTlTOi
1ID
(JEaEALV05niLS?!0S MERCHAXT8,
DEA1XBX la
' Bagging, Hops, and Plantation Eapplies,
, , - Na 35 FRONT, BOW,.,
- MEMPHIS, TENSE8SEE.
- lyj-dwita. ' a-
-J.
Cabinet Jflalcers
AKD
UiTOEIlTAKERS,
2Cain-Si., Old Stand, bolovr Monroe
ITU oliett peraafint tand in the ttty.)
HAVE ooBttastly oa hand all tUe of Patent MtltRlc
Bntial Gate, which tbey Itae and pert ap alr-Hght
In tbe bett manner Alto, all kinds of Wocd and Cloth
Covered OofSaa, which th y tell at a fair price.
utaT irom theeattatry prompt atteMect to, ana rr
nitsre mad and repaired, and uphcattermg ex-cow
ncrra-iy
Ucmoval.
R. E. ORNE'S LAND 0FFIC3S,
W -W k a Kaix ha Tea. alaaaavt V aT-ftj!att'i BlCCk,
H Valra afraal ta.4w.-ai -ITnlnn and OtTOtO ttrtcUt
I lAAda in tht Cnickxuw and Bxrer eetstle.ia Ji-
alatrppl, Plxnutlon tn Mltiuuppt ana a.-.M, y..
Lott. tmrroval and vaigiaiovod ra KenjaaiaBd ij-
Vrt, always oafcasd asd for sa. apsr-ij
to aaa at
-l
act.
es
Oinimifir.
GREAT SOUTHERN ROUTE.
aVHBOCGH f r m T.rkbbarg. KitoUelppt toNewOr
. leaat. loottleaa, In twelve hoar, aad a half, be
way of ih- Southern and the New Orli ant, Jackron aad
Great Nortbr ra Rtll 'oad. The cheapen aad swat ex
pedltlon roate rroBi Vtcktbarg te New Ortoaaa
JTrotB ad after thl date, an BxrBxsa PAtec-vaxR
TnAl.t "lllrtncn tbe Saathera Railroad, which win
reave t Kaaeat oany at it a.. OMnrCttoar at Jocaana
with the 'rata from CD ton for New Orreaa at Set. a
bi. rxseeBKers Dr ibm irttn wit autre In Xnr Orlw.
atSiSO r. at.
Rttaratag, wtH teave Jarktea. coaaectaac wMk tta.
tram treat New Or lean, for Caatoa at ArM w w aaat
wMI arrive at Ttekebarg at TM r. a.
The trip by tt train ta aad fratn Now nil, .1 a.
Ticktbarg. wlB be mad Ihe greater part of im waae an
day time.
Threagh tkketa tte4 at the otSet I Tth.baw im
NewOiletts.
RATRS OF PARK.
Flora Vicktberg to New Orletat .......to 96
Children thre year oM td noafer. rreei ar taaaa
year and ap to twttv year of ate, bM pre; (, M
twnT fan 'a e.
Tbe regalar ptwcsgtr Irttn wBI Coetanae to na, a
ntou, it, eg Yttunnrg aavy uxw p. at.,
at Baftoa't Depot. cmbocIIbc wllb the
ftTRaynaoad aad Geeaer wett. at 4:10 p. tt.i ieavic
BoKon'a Depot aad arrivtog at Jacktoa and carniilan
with ttie train from New OrtetBa fer Canton at ss p.
H I leaving Jaexion at fits p. M., vw arrive at Mettoa
Depot at S p. at connecting wMb Ihe duly Hae of Hages
Ctr Mosigemery . Ala.
RetBrnlng, will leave Morten Depot at S.-JO a. sr., tr
tlvtBgtt Jack ton aad eeanectlag wMb the trtBtlTeiri
CaaViB ftrNewOrleanaatSiMA. a., ceeaeeltig with
tae BAytsena cart at nonen-a uepotat 9.t A. .. asd
arrive at Tlckahnrgat 11:30 A- M.
O. WILLIAMS,
General Bapertnteadest aeatbeta Raltesad.
l-:o-tf
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
is
I
RAILROAD
CHANGE OFSCHEDUIiE.
ON and tter WBDNR3DAT, Fehrxtry , Hfy, Ms
Trains on thl road will ran failawi, (Ssndtra
'X.VaUl'l and Pattenger Train win leave Panola dagy at
TA M-.Md urtv t MempbUttlOA.Sr.
Retnrslag, Wave Meiaphl t X p. jr., asd arrives at
Panola at S r. Ef - ...
TheFrelxht aad Accorrnoditlca Trara leave VesMs
daUyatS-W A. M- nd rrtvt. t Panola at 11 A. j,.
Betrtretec, leave Ptaol IS A. If., and Arrives at
McmplUtt r. sr. .
Pertoca traveilBZ em the AUU Train can tread B,a
bonr in Memphl and retain on the tamo day.
raittagerTrtm make dlract connection at Venpila
with tbe Memphis and Charlerton RaBroad golnx Rait,
aad the Memphis and Ohio Railroad getex Ntrtb.
The Freight nd AcnorTmortttlnn irma m connection
with Stage to aad from the following place : OaUaatt.
Pre, ton and Grenada, ther maklsr connection wltti
Stage throetb CarroUtoa and TtTtngten ; tkaea to Mm
northern termini of tht XlrilMippi Central Safeead Hr
Canton, Jackson and New Orlean.
Tbrtrezh TlckAta for Granada can be ohtABed it 6Va
Xemphl Dtpat.
UM 1 ranch the shortort rout, aad Eitaerj-ri last,
tag Xnxphls by the Brarams tram arrive at Grtsada ti
fAB rremr. SsvCz dxyUjat tha wbol way.
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JtxM-tf Cestttl Ssptristcast.
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