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--,-- a- - '5 I'". :fr r 4; a-r, -?p THE Dr ' rv .1 ii t .1 THURSDAY servants fori tosi too AILT, 7RI-WKSELT 4KB WESFJtT.BT .' LEO SID A3 TB0CS1ALS, -Jr'T'jtaxSTnr xtts.e ajcitesex or WX3E, iUODLB 1$ AUUSSEP. V ' n . . ,... .n rmwi V V r. W Dir, IrrWvxDOiper anr-nbl.., ..$10 03 rr53Qsv t ; w Weekly,? ' ,fv : ..it'OJ JT- Tbt Week? Jxr.r- r&rclsbed to Otubaa Ten ax&fia&n Twenty,-?! $-2J -Rilh ; to Ctn'.s of TV trty tea upwards, at tys earpat.-tF tnvxrtaMy ia tapce. tt ti to cb. , JTrr, . ii no cat tB C5. expffitttni-toetir bMTlr lie artlrtXtr tb l&e'MEmaded with rirbi talt-Tearly In a&imix. 4 - : 1 RATES OEiAnTERTISIXG IS" All adrmiseiaecuEn -Bkidi tbe tinmbfr ct I3r tkent' Bet muted, ri3lie5ntrt-' one taaata riud i- tfBt S(r(JtaElT -F -1 fciTirnlVniratVli: tppeir Ja the tTitr f Iper rj-JlTetaftfesstg tt,hfi, s rtrJto It TO Ky rtrf Id the TTeKy f Pr . tS"-il!iioHnf.i tiKlUtw for Stite, OmbIj- aifn- r ctvK)a5cSt' $itscii, to be paid la sftnaoe U ert H- ( UMf Y" 13 AB tdTertbeaits for CotritsMe IastKattea TtwOoFtalc, tVard, 'Bjira tad otW PaWK Mec4lt eiiused tuH-prlcc. 1 rnfthu mttl rW.lkiE rw WUIA SK St7St OMiuzx&Trltntesot &fxct taA PaBersI IatUtVa$J JJ" All itgu ssa muniTO ATxises3eiK r on Caarged by tV tanrftloa. ' rr I square of 10 Maes r Imt, tor tBMrUea...Sl W Ir trh mMHkiaaS tncerttao MWf 50 ; ptofrssionai Cacfls. W. AeKEE....'. B. M. - G. W. & II. M. ACREE, DENTISTS. Ooe (MM BtweS, ooan rtrdt, kmco Uaia (c rruaBaw, kUespkia, T wiim All DAtal UMratioai penoravs. wi ttre least puftiMe pata. DascmHf tbe AiveoUr Pneim sad Gums treifd latheawtt anQfal fcaiBr. TaU r piftial StU tf Teeth set oo Ostta Percfea or Goal, ita tlx attest iBipruvcaaeslt, iaA CUiEANTIEO. ni-lT nESJAlllX IIOTTCOTTj Ucntisf.' HATlKS-preed srself trail tt. iwactra BenlM yjaJCiapai 1 respect! tffly MtMt fee patraotfce o( .U who stay area oim- rti in tbe Deatat liar. i4 bit i Hw-U M. Trfaei all op-rattios lae Teeth, and h"nt ArfiKaa! Teeth ic ibe at.t appeared Kyle as well j U ta fce dooetatai or aay other oaaatry Oar aa Jlals street, asaite Worahara Boaaa. 1.ATT SOTIQE. TTrlLUAX TH,SciK, Senar. aaj V W THOMPSON w. aractlce la la cn-oanMaMOls the Oavtlacf Shark, covory. J ad ifc- Suprtrase aa FMrral Caans at Otfee, Cmrt i-irqet, r-it to Odd Te4ws Hall y jriaa "Dr. R. I. L.ASK.I, fill ataffPhyaaoaa aaa 11 -ctotjaf f-real BMpValf i i ta Rrajy, aaeaaher of diMan MedCSocta baXewTrk hasloealadni tbed y o' X wjti,r tf tar h sarrioea to the puMic as atsystciaai Auiaatln, aUwaHaperataaoaaaS rjw. . 1 . r- Bate aa Taahluztaa etae betweec Mala aad U. IS. 1 IJL.JLIUA3. !., A TTOKVKT AT LA", , aleaapbts, TcnnJ OSoeaarth agl6-liai .Or; sMeCMrtS.aafe. HASH.ELLt& SEAIICT, t TTOfcSTCt AT LAW Mmpb.-., reanMe. Tvea. T. Ji. Mukf lod Bohert arcy hare auecUted. lha serraatasetherla the practice oc Lay. , OBc, tatfct Tfaager Mtaafc. a V. BJCBABBhOS.-tr. W. WHIXHX.X. X.HIOO5. Ricliardsou, TFJitatSey& Hie59 N'BTiAT HW Otter oa the . orraercf Seooad Qwaitatien. Kempliis, T w ocll-ly- B. C. BROW'iV, aw a aw au - .m tfir: tri- an t . l i DK. THOS. KJELLER, LATEetTWcaaaVia Alaauia, ha iucated iMrmaBeol-tvl- if'- aW oifcrs hU TTle-aaothepobric la atifeamatcaW or Cjaprofesaka Be haMakei. the eaeFbtraiare eecapiR by Dr. Bryan, oeracT at -c " --w.if rrrsttr Made a eap-ta aad ceatral eeeeatioB f Sar)ra. '"'iJ:..1:.; trm tke anntaaatii or iai '. , treat, hetweea U lag adXretcvaat Atxeets. r -r V iTOLLaCTtSB.!.. has rr (,.. has vaturt MS uw jt . yer iae siare ard Coasiaiin w " l Maa4tOo.,o aa Main atreet. JeScrvaa atreet, hetweea the Port 0or BEN. SHERKOD, t i ,m T i-ar vtaetia. ?eaa. All lasrtMXi I torn care waa nswrF""""1 " If QFJfara of T- aad Oaaa atree s.to, t.nHflv r'OPE, a -JORSET AT LAW. Mrmbts, Tam., vfBI JKal A rr'7r.j v.iaobls aad the Weatan BisJ I x xd ax; htm- trict of Tranef se. . c . th.t mt tlW TfOOE. 1 in Use Pat oer aiJ 1-. RULtY, m KP t IIT UaMakia OTBaoEry rtr&j 'W- x . 11 !C Bob ToJ.i!i.. J '" r--. 1 111: & Co. pbfert D n. IJ ATSORNET AT '.W, etde of Xsda street. to P. ritaa. He vataMa. W. '. llUV-r and S5ik- 0 a. Titos fc. aew ir yam r. x.e'ET,... -st. r. x,"oct,-.. Ytsill till Meapbaa. n. & r. u. xoa A TTfR.NYS AT LAW, i. m ttaw eauaax". Jreta, aewheid!g. A (tasa. Meek. nr Ayet; fc Oa, t Bra S- AJPOBKrW Al LAW. -4 "T'Tt. tiMialmixaUMsOR.su wik v. I,,, b t2is aad the anjatatog Slates . - fkMM Viae MJTfaaTBtfeDaval.Tacker. Bra. nan ixOa, r lii ri Haghea it Hatchxawn, Luala- oJfllct; "JUK..e DaU BaUdtegs," Flltb ( strre RGB CRT H. OSBORNE -n''TlIX weK Law la the Carta W lUrdan'. Fay IT r Si-tky. also xa ileb-f 11 LMiu.r-, - - .... w a. A HLfCTIlnSC. A wwi Brxcttoeln the coitlaae( Tatofca-l k. T.kTxaVcSsia. Lxtarett, Paaola, Carrua, ChWtaK, Seoo. Vl Cajjnoery e"onrt st Ojrrult sod HKh Oaartoi Errors and Apptals at Jackets. icrrilKa-. NEW OBirSS-MeEa., Wl t &?c? r xfTT-CeMitt. HUI & Tanaadge, IVrgtaea oa 4 .2Tf. rxrnn fc.Co . G. D. Joobmsl B F. IWWf i-' . pper.l Ogg- CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, 2le& itutt, ntzt deer to Oii FtSevi' Uatt, MEMPHIS, TSNN. E- r5JHs2TtiS XZXT PORE DI.DG8 -AAD 3IEDUIXES, CSEKlCAIiS, SarRKal Iaatrameats, Faacr Good. aLoS. Wtnoaw Glasa, Paleat aad Botaat .rxrzZ" n-lilL, bU ynnrr. TiAjiono zad Cizars. " -?1KJ0HNA iwmji i 3 t-8Mb&A&? ... lKe rota oy as wzTaiHw ai irir?"',, if tlK BHtDT-it r.t -jr xrveo? tatr8-1v -RO & CO., ' Oa miettaav, R was , - l-.L. 1 Tits ! Ml of Ate FritCi S . treMt T.invrnrp. The Vantral veawttd tbat ac M - v AKtrroM JaM hatred tfcaJWkn.TENN'. i J?eKcttHh S Ootaattrte, T hg A Oapree offred-i gamble aad rtS twwfcstfw-Ul be f turt'fcmw. . , - Mannas. yuUL SSS& rer. ---' -.ljtjrrzvJmWm - t - t&0X43jMi t b loUotjlng ameirimit agbes' nealatittt'S ' ,ny b.tui..lxr n. 1TJ.U". f Aid Mae ftcai yxroexsxe iry aujwu.... dfrate the lat Hi ritv.iio lease to KUTTON &. COj. U10T VItT...vc 3AlKETTTQnAn JL. VE&T & CO. , -WnOEEiJtJX AXd.KZTAtl PEALrHSlTT STAPLE AIQLfMUY Dp UOODS, -5Jnr5. k. fin us Cllotlil: 232 Hain-stJ Memphis, Term TTTE ire Jn.t la rweifl ct esse of Uulirscst miisatt .V Y cocjieU;ckor ' Dry Goods rer rrctiTtd inthe aty ol IfinpiU, nj ovUs ts IU Ute arrirl, Mi tne UrK'E of It wb will offer Jot toe re- f oiTsri Kt'rt-r', cither holesl or retail. nov22-lnrlm .vVJEL.TO Vc arc bow tccatvias cd opeains osr 'f"Fa51 auid Winter STOCK OP DRY G'OODS, COSSlSriXR uf erer variety 'jfSUple nd Fiacy Dry (od aaa!y Irept la tail market. Snperflnet Bluk i Mre abuqbc, vettfi snmwji. ti utt style ; Laies- Urre kit of BUateU. Kecro Clitli, Brocsat, Hex If ifxde CMbteiC, Boot sa Si eel. IUts, aa4 a variety of article, too aeaereaj to meatloa. JM I ait ik. 'Oorae oae. cam 'l nd eTmmlnt mr stark. el-.re Bikla; yoor porch im. I -boaxht ca the! varr teat terms. aBd an detenniaed taat noaeiksUan- derjtH rae. I sbsU adopt tbe Cask Stti em. e iti pt to ponctcal dealer. A. O BLAIR, Jfo.S711uiastfcel,- - -bctlWlVartm OHSlciSrtXKai. Nelll. JLVVy i XJ 111 XV kJXXVXJky) TRUNKS, TALISES, CARPET BAGS. &c. WHOLESAIxE AND EETATL.- urn's ' .i, 0U3 stock for Fat! aad "Winter is ncwrS ! cemr4ete. Cn'tomers and dealers ceaeraltr'LW i. rwnvHf.1T. (nrilMl Ia nlt.n TimllfK -be S lock, triers as low as an; n .V aartet',. eeplfrn v' v-r w":;'. t lV - . . , 'l ovn. vf noLESAiLE sTooa..t" fKBonU, Shoes, Oats aad Caps, t foB, to iriicnTT j rsvile tb- atteateuo of auxcuant and d9!t3 Vayluf lereashoron sbnrttlrae. Prompt nay. PrlcraVlUJnw lify terms. TVBoleaai Boflraa np uirs. .-- lll'JKJ, TtittKx it AlEBai5,-wflJ-2rfl No. S45 Ksio street, aeeptla. BREWER & GALDWELL R'EW YOKE, V GESERAI- COM3IISSI0X MERCnAXT?$2ema AND rKiSredliis . Cotton and Gram Factors. H. 0. BREWER & CO., Mobile, Alabama, , l AMI SHIPPING MERCHANTS, . LtjBFSR J. faster. Esq., President Bank of ll AV, KffnMK. KeiriorK, J. K. sa'S. Ksq.. x-rewe bxat ot Oharteatre, S. C; Itesais. Joba Frazer h. Cd J.TV. 0aldre;i. Raq., Charkaton, S C; Col. tfra II CbarcirweU. Prevd.nt Bank ot Bast Tenaesee, Knox rtlje; I. B. EIU.TLANO, Esj., and Kessrs. FALLS i CASH . MenpHK.tVna. p2:ia tr. J. tiTii, Ocford. vijs 1. M. webs, JlttrpbK W. ,J. WEBB & CO., WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL GROCERS, , ASD PRODUCE 3IERCHANTS, CORSES. SIAIS AS.D VN10A STUEETS, 17ILL keep sure a fsl! and cotaplyte stock of PxnfJ" Srorerns, a:.d ire will sell taxi as :cw as we can olfcd vhm. Jalyll-dAirtrt oc23- JIE.-MPHIS, TEW. SfiASP-E,: TOBACCO FACTOHITI .Vo. 25 jiMison-4f.. bttecrn yrof.t Rob ana Main, iiBarnjs. texy TTTOtTLD leipfctfarty lufnin Ux rn'rehsnts of Mem V A phi atid saTTotrs 'leg country, that be has Jnst r taraedfr. S,thectttesof Tlrsicla, naerehe estaWMied a penaaBent Agency f r the sa.e ot xV. erases of Vlrc'n xa Totwiierttand bMeads to kep cocstaaHy on bsntx suck eaaafit the deaaad, at Q'.mitaetnrer.' prices. yiem tt-SOle t.j cooip.(e with tbe New Tcrk, Baitl arcCtattfmatl Bad N-w Orleaaa market: , he invite the attetrln e-t li dealers In the above artlrle to 'aL stock helve aarcfaarmf; atsewbue. V arsi-deiw t J r.. aiif ki-k V. a. vrlliA-V.' A. T. M'CAE McOANE tfeWILLIASi (Sacceasora to 'Wheal 4: Taylor,) "fa FORWARDING AND lOMMISSION T.r XI W n TT A TT vp H . Duvall's J3luxi3, ATxtansa3, At Merino JfUWU Roci mnRTts?ronuntlv on hand Surar, Coffee. Sl.t, 1 I ioarToIai'fvM, and all other arucles usually kept to a Grocery, which they -trill isll low for cafh cr ex cboaee. for hides. Pars and Peltries, oc any other articles ainttht to the market. .ES-fou desMaed Uf Ltttle Botk or the adjacent uev. as there are always wagons and tesms in tvadinets U haul to aay point.. aepS8 dxwtf ' S. BAKSETT ..MARSH WALXES. BAILXETT & WALKER, ; Comiiibsion and Tor-warding No. 190 Main Street, Memphis. T11KET& CO., 5 ' jMANCFACTCRERS OF ALL KINDS OF RiTLROAD CARS, CARTS, X7r7Va-C5-02XrS. die, Poplar, between Alain and Second Street'! aasl2 MEMPHIS, TCXN. livalker & Brothers, 3IAXIIFACT0RERS. OF aOITIISC, ASD DEALERS IX Bvy Goorts, Boots & SUocs, -CfcLolcfstralo xixcL 3fZ.otoilr No. 79 JTront Hovr. -lJj- "Wit hive," .at received on handreo cases of o'l OoibtBC. eipre? 'y manufactured for tblt mar- tO ket, andareepaStaglhe best sebted stocks of Salt klad ot Dry Goods, Boots and Sls, evtr breeght here, which weeller st thelowestpoif lle prices, betng eaabted to compete with any boate tbronxb. the trtltti of oar hoBMi la PLiUdetpbla. We would erperUDy lavite the attention ef country jBertk&Bts, kncwli g that w an and will ft all d very -rr CV ar ee. auslS- A. 7. ilO & JO-r WHOLEIAtEUl7t:: RETAIL jri ttb S 'Jri? !T? TCP AWD DEAIXIU 13 AtL WIKM Or V UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE, Southeast Corner el iam aaa unier a-u MEMPHIS, TENN., -r-riTTi .itr.ni nrl hand a well aad carefaUv leleeted ' J il stpci.r article, la their line, wMch tkerwfll eU t 4 the lowest cuiieut prior. ' X?- Orders promptly filled wits dispatch. janri-caiwti si ra-MHOLj. r- a. williamsos, ' FRAXSIOLI & WILLIAMSON, Ira porters. Wholesale ani Uetail Dealers la CHINA, GLASS. And Eartfoeiiware, French and German Vases, SIXVER, SILVER PLATED, CER3IAX SILVER & RR1TAAIA WARE, FINE TABDE CVTLERYfGZ:, ttc 1S Main Street, Meraphia. A LSO, Lonklag Ulaxsei. Looking Glata Plates. Tea Tray, Farior lamps, Cbandalieri Girandole, etc.. etc .etc. ' jai. Auetioheisr and General j Agent, AXD r BEA.Ii ESTATE 3BOKEB, am .f i tic- vmvTrr ATTYittTTE ffi VKLIilwa' HALL. MI1MFIHS,'TESNESSI:E. w nm ........ , w. . ' JT ARTICULAR atlenUcc to rales of CKy cr Country jL-xiin; Prriprrt," t . xtavtngeosarvuiin-B'rncr.ui hwiui.lu, -fitmit j ijryTrepxre4 to attend to KBilnrraeatB and tfaavsofeTcry dexcripUon,' liberax. vajh axivasces 3t iTSe Adaai Earea Oomar. Ti.ru; ' ranl;" i jFWiimiyj! TAVtOS ..i... Jl. BUH. TAltOK & ROSS,. al COMISSIOS merchants 1 A-o - ' s-m an h aa an m OT Ittonroo Street. WempliiS; ruake litcrat c .sa adraaor oc U csaiUcBacU . r .Mtnmnr UerrJiKBitlse. Jlefrrentttntaitnon, Terry & Co.. S. 0. Kelson fc C.,"e Orleans I Speed & Strang?, n. M. Appenoa Cx.. JfemphU. noTl4- PATTEESOK, KABSHAIi & CO. Grocers, Qotton factors, f AXB tOMMISSIOiy MERCiIA.JS, Tie. 49 Front Raw, MeraptU, Teaa. Orja caarsts far seillns Ooiton on -arricil are rifty Ceata per Bale ; for rtorlai aad aelltas Scree tr-Fl re Cents. AH Uotsoa toiarea caie.s oiaerwua xcairjn.v. : ffbl7-dawly T 3. B. sjimi...7. a. mcachau... wurstriiuv SMITH, MEACHAM & CO., Wholesale Grocers, ForwartiBg L Ceaalssloa Merchants, (Mctby & Hani'i Aft BuUMrigt,) Xo. IS Frout Kott, Memphis, TTAVZ co iron fcatd a fine xssortrrta. of BxffJlBg at AJL Bops of tLobest Brarpi torctber vltk a compict andireU lelttted stock of uw various aitlties osaauj kept la oar baslaess, to wiJci e lartto tbe alteatloa c trarcaasers , "Aiau for tbe le of "Pikft's celebrated Matnc ' tTbl'ty, anJ Joaei, Lloyd b. Coi Soothero ILancfi trrtd KxU,. SaiTH, MEACHAlt fc CO, a. r. kosoax.. w- . ckkxw. MV-iunA-W r fTTTRTHP 1 JXLVA.VIAA1 w v , . COTTON FACTORS ASS Commission ITIerclmiAls, NO. 18 JEFFERSON STREElj ' . fAeOrtTld door LA IbeFlSatCrS' iXXQCI . ' -rvr TTT! !nir !E 33! X S . -r T; ST TT . A littottoaaadotberrrocecoasltaed vas wm a. r airered by Iasartnce. aaieaiDiaenrisoxaRnicieu. j: juari-daw-sra r-j. ),., ..S....J. T, RAT1XT. HILL & HAZfiEY. Ccttton Raptors, JFS53$zr ' I MEMPHIS,, T-NM Krlllnr SO mil nrr.blTor StoriDt aid Sell cents pr iJA A-t uavfon satppeaioor r .... irtll bacareredbr iBOMsfoe, tnlrl ether .1. J3 Btesit,T&i9e atsd P . UxlloB?t?lles fnralihed to castomers. " i seplO-dawfim a- a. sMiTnwicr..,.-;. . wrav. HcrapbU. " " Xernpbu. , w. SMITH. Qemando. SJISTHWICR; TFRAY & CO., COTTON F AC-TORS XJD Commission Mcvclinnts, So. 1 Mciiton-tt. . beateen Front Row end ilain-tt., Up Slain, MEHPB1S, TESS. STRICT attention fdren to Selling .abd 3 tor Ids Cotton and Prodnce coailrnedto as. N. B. Orders for BxREtng Rope aad Plantation Sup plies filled with care and d spxtcb. Charges for Seillns aad Storing Cot tea, fifty cents per bale. aogil-Cat A. ITI. HOPKINS & CO., ( Sncceuort to Poxeli 4 Co., J Cotton Factors Aim C0.1E?HSSEON MEUCnAlWS, IVO. 41 UXIOX STREET, epl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA. t. O. SEUOK..... It. C. WALSER......T. A. 5IUOI. TTALiUER, NEISON & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Tofforson Stroot, MEMPHIS, TENN". j OPECIAL attention given to the sale of COTTON In I O Mrmnnls, or shipments to .oar New Orleans bouse, S. O. NELSON St CO. Liberal cash advances made oa consignments to euner honor JulylS-dawCm S. WILDS TEBSOS, I J W. A. BUT Alt, XI- v VTILLIAMJ. K. !. BRJTAS. late of Panola, 1U5J. Lite of LxGrtnge, Tenn. Coftbn Factors, Commission and Forwarding MERCHANTS, .Xa. 6 Front Raw, over Sleacham tc Galbralth's, . HElIPniS, TENN. PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shlrping aad Selling Cotton. Charges SO cents per bale. J3" AH cotton seat to as will be covered J Insurance, unless otherwise lnstracted. aog3 T. R. NORMENT, Cotton Factor A.HD COMMISSION MERCHANT, MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK, Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row, fa' Bopi ajw.y. on hand. MEMPHIS, TENN, C M. AFrriU0K..C. DELOACII.. ..DAVID ADAM1. E. 1H. APPERSOW & CO., Conimlssioa & Fonrardin? Dlerchanfs, ASD DEALERS IK Bagging, Rope, Groceries, &c, No. G5 Front Row, and G Jefferson Street, MEMPHIS, TEMS. X3" Particular attention paid to storing, selling and shipping Cotton. ang3-daw6m FELIX WALEE7. New Orleans, La. x. c. sniDEn, CofleevlUe, Mils. WALKER & SNIDER, Cotton Factors V AKD Commission Mcrciiants, No; 123 Canal Street, JulylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, L.I. C. M. nOS.T0!(, .......IT. C. riORT05, Lite of Monthalia, Miss. LateHorton tcHnnter. C M. IIORTON & CO.; COTTON FACTORS, Commission & Forwarding Merchants, So.ZiIailton-St.,oppotittl. 3. ttrtland't QJUt, MEMPHIS, TENN. r; will continue as heretofore, giving special atten tion to the Bale and S to rice of Cotton, at fifty cents per bale, and to the selection and purchase of any article la market. Office removed from No. 3 Front Row to No. 3 Madlvra street, nearly opposite Union Bank. aur20 7. TITVt......-i.n. A. MOOT! .R. T. rATTiion. TITUS & CO., COTTON FACTORS asm coaiaiissioN merchants,- S&i Building, Jtfmon Strut, OrroSITZ COMMERCIAL HOTEL. T IBEBAL Cash Advances made oo Cut ton la store or i i for snipmeai to jicasrs. jiooa, iiiua & vo., litw ur Irans. Ordtirt for Plant alios SuppHea CCed at wholesale cat y rices, OhATgci as hrretofore, legitimate oo peninliltti. Jaryi3-dtwaw6m - B. K. OATn A. . WOOD GATES & WOOD, COTTON PACTOBS, QBOCEBS, Produce and Gex;ral GomnissioB JVo. S Ucton Strett. between Main end fYoftf Aov, .ur..llx'llxs, A airs a. A FTER aa active application to business, for over r. eleven years, we, lor xne nrsi ume. solicit ice pa' Iron art of cur friends in the capacity ot Cotton Factors We feel confident of jur ability to please such as may eouaae their Business to our ensrge. uur stock of Bag EIds, Rope and General Supplies will not be excelled In the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, wCl only be made on consignments In store. Insurance on Cotton or other Produce, in store, will only be effected upon actual inttrsclisas, or whta under advance. Shipments of Cottoa by steamers will, at all times, be Insured whiie ia transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on tbe face or cms laamg. To all our friends who have ae liberally patroaiied as during years put, we shsll offer tbe same Inducements as heretofore for a continuance of their patronage. JcnlWiwlr GATES tc WOOD. WARD LAW HOWARD WSI. T. HOWABD. W. HOWARD & CO., Catton Factors, Commission and Ferwartliug Dlerchants, NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, DEALERS la Bagging, Bope, Twine, Sugar, Coffee, Mo lasset, Bce, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel. Salt, London Porter, Ale, Wine, "WhUky, Vinegar, Guano. List, Laad-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good stock now oa band, and for sale at reasonable prices. X7Caih advances made on Cottoux In store for sale or shipment. All Cottons insured unless otherwise Instruct ed. Our Optfi Policy of Inssraace covers all Cottoa con signed to cs by water also, the tV'k of Fire whEe la aioTe, na!e ceerw"je Inrtructed. Car prices for storing and seHlc Oetteai, the taae as vt have ohArgad tar BIS, TElSnsrL THURSDAY T. J. DAttMOIf J. B.ur.ii,....A.. O. SLAia. DAVIDSON, EL2JB & BLAIR, COTTON FACT(JRS. GROCRS.1 Receiving, FonTartting' and General COMMISSIOiV IWERCKAIYTS, So. 519 Main Street, llait tick betwten Jtferton atUL Tmn. R SbsvUm alirayf ca head. isna-aa-prtr J. M. PATRICKS COi, COTTON FAOTOHS Commission Metfints, XO. 19 FHOJtT BOW, MEXFMU, (omcs np-STims,j7 tttILL (dre strict attention to all OMtrf" sxrit ci for sale VV tathU market, or ihlpmtai??. " . Cotton ronaUned to as -will be laurel against tbe dan gers of Hirer NavlgaUaii aiid Firarwhila ta,-tore, nnlesi (.LbenrUe lnstrnctedv -iinUrsor Bt5l, Bope and SdntJlet will meet eai-.tpnaair'i attention. ,J anglS-dawSts i ill' . J. .H. fATltlUa. T P. ATDLET-T Snr Orluuu. SOCOREaTT, Mnr.fiU. T, P. AYIL,ETT & CO., C0TT0K FACTORS FORWARDIiU MERCHANTS,yfetTe., Sardine,, IsUra.Sp Pia'led oy": au. aa GKATIEII-5T., iiHW trnxitABi. DOUGHERTY & AYDLETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS COMMISSION MERCHAJfTSj SO SJ FR0KT BOW, MEUPHIS, WILL tnake cash adrtnees on all Ct ton or other P.-o-doee shipped to T. P. Aydlett & Co., New Ori-xal. ieoc8-ly CAKBISGTOS MAiOK. L. C "CuRrZLL Belly Springs, Miss. Ripley, Kiss. MASON & N0RVELL, Cotton Factors 3r 31 C3 O 33 JEl ST , AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 165 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. "10NSTANTLT on band, Bagging, Bope and Plantation V BOppues. maj-iy a. o, towkjejid en. wniTMoar TOIYNSEND & TFHITMORE, Cotton Factors Ali COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 4 BANKAVESVE. TTvEAB SIR: We take tbli method of Informing yon jj that we hare associated oanelves together for the purpose of doing a Cottoa FacUrsge bnslaees. We have a large Brick Shed for the Storii X of Cottoa and other Prodnce shipped to oar u re. Al' Cottoa seat to oar care will be covered br aa open Policy of tntnranoe, anlrsa otherwise lnstracted. Anything yon may do far as wtu be dnly sppreda ed, and should you favor cs with tour patronage, we-plecge our anaivtded ana united exertions o promote year lufrrst at all times, strictly aoeytng Instructions. We Ship, Store and Sell Cotton at Fifty Orrntsper xtaie. we bope to bare the pleasure ot serving yon. Constantly on hand, u good supply of Bagging, Bope ana Twice. Very repectinuy. Toar ob -dlent servanti, TOWNSEND & WHTT3I0RS. MEMrnis, Joly U. 1S5S uly22-dawiini hiles owrrt. Of Atejnphls. ...nESDERJOrt OWEX. Formerly of Somervllle. OVEH & OWEJf, Cotton Factors A5D . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, So. 'J7S West tide Main M., 3 doers Ssuth cf aindison Strict, aiE.1IFIIIS, TENJf. TTTTLL give prompt attention to the tile, storage and VV shipment ot Cotton and all other products ot the country shipped to them, and will attend to the Receiv ing and Forwarding of Goni. kc . Stc, Jy 12-6m. J". JL. Verser3 Mosby &: Hunt's New Block, Upstairs,- tLwHlS JFiIlowMe;SIi I WILL pay psrtlralar attentloa to filling ordirs tot' Grteries. Bagging and Bope, &c JnUl-dawly i. c. cntrriNO ........... a. oBirnso. J. C. GRIFFING & BRO.j Commission Merchants, H&in Street, Memphis, Tenn. nTB will furnish suppllta to our friends as heretofore, H and make advances cn shipments to oar friends in New Orleans. UNTo-ccr OrJctuis 2Tirrrxj.. T. J. THEOBALD. .J. C. I1RIFT150..E. S. THEOBALD. Frankfort. y. Memphis, Tenn. Frankfort, Ky. THEOBALD, GRIFFING & CO., Cotton. ST'octors AND General Commission Merchants, 70. Tl CAMP STREET, Inlytflrdawtf SEW ORLEANS. LA. It. A. PARKER JAM El ELDER C. B. DAVIS. PARKER, ELDER & DAVIS, COTTON SELLERS, GKOOSHS, AKD COItimSSIOiV ItDBRCIIAKTS, NO. 0 HOWAHD'S P.OW, MEMPHIS, TENN., KEEP constantly oc hand Bagging, Rope and Planta tion Supplies generally. ' Memphis, July I, IS58. From and after this date the style ot our firm will be as above. B. A. PARKER & CO. Jalyl-daw6m B. MERRILL, COTTON FACTOR ASD COMSIISSKON MERCHANT, No. 5 Monroe Sticet, let. Front Row &Main, (SODin SIDE,) Memphis, Tennessee. PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of Cotton and other Produce Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at lowest market price. oct28 BEtJ. REID. ........ ,. St. BEID. ,B. REID & BRO., Cotton Factors Comal ssion Merchants, XO. S3 FRONT T.OW, MEMPHIS. TENN. A LT. Cotton sent toon address Insured, unless lnttruc- XX. tions to the contrary are received. Plantation orders filled with care. Store and Sell Cottrn at fifty cent. pr bale. decl-tmrn I. L. BEASLET. .A. W.L0TI50. BEASLEY & LOVING, Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants ASD Gouoral Gr r ocorsi NO. li FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. A LARGE stock of Reps and Bagging always on band XX. Charges fiftt cents per bale, all other Produce at cual raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt r-mitance. AU Produce lasund, aaless otherwise In- stmctea. augzo cxwiy ITERLISQ rOWLXES SAMUEL C. MOUXT. Titos, jcrrsesos fowlses. FOTFLKES, MOUNT & CO., COTTOI MOTORS A1TD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Post Office Building, JofTerson-St., MEMPHIS, TENN. O TORE COTTON la Fire-Proof Warehouse. Insui ".ce Sj per cent, less than any bouse In the city. (3 Cotton In store placed under Insurance, unless la structed to the contrary. X3T Cotton contlgni-d to ns on good steam, keel and nalboata covered by out Open I-oliey of Insurance, cnless otherwise expressed In face of Bill Lading. X3T Ordei s for Bagging, Bope and Plantation Supplies solicited irotn oar patrons. juiyz-aaw-iai l. vr. ledbetter,. ef Mlsslss IppL ............. It. L. LEOBETTEP formerly ef Shelby Co., Ten". J. W. LEDBETTER & CO., AND Commission Iffcrcliants, So. 4 JYonf 1'jne, MEMPHIS, TENS. TTAYING aisocUte.1 ourselves aa above, we wl I gjvr I I ipeclal attention to tbe Slonnr and Sxle of Wto inMonphlr. or its Shipment etsjrwhere, at Fifty Cccle per tale, win mace n oerai casn aovances en ice .a me or .a Produce when In band. WEI fin orders fer suprll" generally at the lowest market ra'rs.and forward wt dUpuieh all consignments for other points as directed. 53-Cotton or Produce will be cortred by ear or policy of IninJtaace whilst In Blare, miles, otaerwlif tr -"-fWr ' ' ' " BaFsIi:llleRepe RHd TwIkc, y-l rH-WlfTrrw 1 ni tortmiu trr y 1 T -u, jC B. KXBBTLL, lORNING, JANUARY 1185.7. 0ttU Sfifauranfe. fa. WOI1S11AM IIOIjSII 'Corner of Main and Adams street. MEHPLTI3, TENN. miTIS Hocte U tltnated fa the centre of bmlauj. arr" j isiMjrnnijneaaadlnoonjpIete order. The Vi oorietor ?l hin:slt It ihallnotbetarDairedbyanTHonsela lDt.enutTtlie TtrT lamX Patronaje beslcwei. rr"T '' yrs, ce ncpes by a suect atteo- w w unu aonunoanceoi tiuisaaw. oc7-" J. J. wonanAif. PtbpriMcr COM.1IERCIAL, HOTE1L. CORNER FRONT BOW AND JEFFERSON 2J3. rpH13 esUUUhment has J tut nndergona Clorocslj re. JL purs la every depart meat. Booms newly- pala'ed ucuuumi mviDDgojy renovated j there la net even a mattress that is cot new or equal to new; carpet, mostly new, fcc. in one word the boose 1 new la de cidedly better ok ex thin it hi. i, . bnUt. Very grateful Tor the liberal nxtreaxre ih. Donse since I have ocecolM it. mil hiriM nMn... iC e'SDe.on V" nooeftlie other upon my age, I hore uiuB xuy aesia oomroi table. - oc7-" D. COCERELL. Proorltfor W0RSUA3I HOUSE COXFECTIOXERF. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Plain and Fancy Candies, Adams Street, under the Wor sham House. TTErP3 constantly on band a large assortment of Green l UilnrvVrnlli Vmlr. In ..,- . . . , . ... ; aire uui, .Brandies, all kinds Nsts.&e la ecnnwniOT a-lth this rstab. Ilahment I have filled ap an Oyster ,aaioon. ana will -tceue FRESH uxsiK3 oy every packet. nov!6-Ily a- . BKIcnETTO SHAKSPEAREAN HOUSE, By V. BACIGALTJPO, Corner 'Wasblngtoii.St. and Front Bow. P.ErEIVfiS FRESH SHELL aad U all who the very best style, t3 Families supplied at all fcoirs, S3" Satisfaction given, or no sale. oct25-ci7i jR E C JE S S RESTAURANT, By B. A. Vaccaro. FINE LIQUORS, : ail (Tinas; m- .vana Cigars. &c. direct from Custom House, New Orleans. Oysters, Kefre.hmnts, and all other Luxuries, day and night. octl"-3a TERAXDAH RESTACRAXT. Vs TnE Proprietor would ln- form the public that he has opened for the season, and fitted up in tbe best style, and is now nntuml tn .rmm- modste the traveling public ecual to rv Iteitnur.nt in the city. Having had considerable experience in cafrlnri m me puuuc, li oopes 10 receive a liberal pitrtrEB Eirry attention paid to my nitrons and the r.ctlkr Tenas moderate. Wild Game. Oystera. Lob.ters. Sardines, xlw.-n band; the best the market affords. Call at No. JO Jef ferson street. North aid, next door to Mala street. J. BOGGIANO P. 3. Meals at all hours. augl5 IIARET ..R. B. HARTET. C. 91. HARVEY & CO.. COMMISSION & FOIIWAKDIXG MERCHANTS, NO. 1MGRATIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. 1-ri OUR personal attention -) 52 will be given to tbe Sain or -iS, Forwarding of Goods or rLKProduce consigned to out' J2XiV address. We will coutraft Freight oa tke t.r re-shlpment either by saU tr steam vessels, at abure lowest rates, We hive had several years' experience In onr market la the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise. r.crnR to Cook Jt Co.. J. C. Gilfilnz it Bra . Sneed a. Strang Ilxnoxh 2x Shanks. dee!2-ly J. Iff. McFADBEV & CO., " (LATE TRIPLE TT, M'rASOIK h. CO.,) COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial Street, ST. JLODiS, MO. iQP?J!9LslP,RV?fm'Llsnijrjosr1 "execntiy. ffelS-ly 1 . rlTZOERALD...CHAS. C. BILL. J. WOODW0AT1I. H. FITZGERALD & CO., (Succeuort to Park, Simpton Co.,) Grocers, Produce Dealers COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, No. 92 Tont Row, Memphis, AMD .JACItSONPORT, ARKANSAS. 1nlT6-dwly PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONERY. Wholesale ivni Ict;il CANDY MANUFACTORY, No. 07 Front How. cf THANKFUL to his friends and the public lf'h.fjr tbe very liberal patruiaa-f extended to him for the last eight years, M. LOUIS MON TEDONICO begs leave to 'tfoim the dtlzens or neniilits and vicinity that he will constantly keen on band a large assortment of the best Imported Wines Claret, Port, Madeira, White, itc; also, Scotch Ale and London porter. M. L. Mostedomico always keeps cn hind a trreit variety of Fancy Candles and Toys, an a.sortmnt of stick Candy, Prnnea in jara and boxes. Raisins, Grapes, every kind of Fruits and Nuts. Pickles, Lobsters, Sardines. Olives, French and English Mutard, Sugar la loaf and boxes, Caracao, Maraschino, Old Wines, Ginger, Pre serves, Savannah, New Tork and Boston Preserves, Cat sup, Pepper Since, Chocolate, Cordials, Syrups. Macca ronl, VetmacellL, the best Havana Cigars, and a great many e'her articles, too numerous to mention, nowofTered tor sale very low, either by wbokssle or retail, navlng, at much expense, secured the services of two of the most experienced workmen ever In this city, be flatters hlmseif thathecanDotbesurpasnel irvarranging and decorating tablea for Parties Wtddlag.., &t , with honor to himself and satisfaction to bis customers. dec2-tf THE SPHEREOTYPE. TqE latent and by fir the most important lcore ment In Photography Is tbe recently Datented nle- ture known as the SPHEHEOTITK, which Is not cclr new and unl.ke any of Its predecessors, bnt greatly si perlor to all. The Sphereotype Is proof against TIME. air and water, and'for richness ot tone, warmth ot expression and distinctness bss ro equal In fact tbe 11 luslon is such that the picture, or Image, seems tuspecd ed in air, entlrf ly Independent of tbe back ground Fortblspicture we have the exclusive right for Mem phis. Specimens can be seen in our Gallery, where pic- toe's are also taken in tbe varions style- by our Artist, PROF. REMINGTON. who eombln s the Chemist with the Artist, which ena bles him at all times to produce superior Pictures. P. 11. GLARE 4. CO , dec2-tf No. 1 Clark's Marble Block. JSTEW BOOKS! BOEER'S Tlays and Poems, containing Calayaos, Anne Bo'ejn, Lfonor de Guxman, Tianctica da Rimini, and otbes, two volumes. " The O'Briens and the O'FIahertyj. a National Txle. br Lady Morgiu, In two volumes. Paul Fane : cr, rarta ef Life Else Untold a Novel, bv Prne and I. by the Author of the "Potlpiar rapers." Justice in the By-Way. a Tale of Life. Mormon Wives, a Narrative of Facts Stranrer thxn Fiction. The Rainbow Atound the Tomb: or. Rin nf tt. tnr decM For sale by CLEATK3 &. GUION. SEMPLE BROADDUS COLLEGE. Ut.Ml'.B iux.1., DESOTO COUNTT, MISS. atHE Preparatory and First Collegiate Classes will be formed on MONDAT, Frbrcary 81, 1S37. Rev Wat Carey Crake, the" President, will assnme immrauw coniroioi ine uoaege, and lrutructorx of es. taonsned repu'aticn win be eczaxM. Annie iMmn. datlons apparatus. Cabinet and fixtures scfScient for present nte are xecu ed. Good board can be , ecnrU for $9 per month, pxyable quarterly In advapce. Tuition ee, payable ,eml-annually In adracce, at 'he rateo. 315 $20 and $15 according to grade; the oOccra are paid sauries,- hence no credit will be allowed. For further parucouirs, sec circulars. ROBT. WILSON, dfST-dawSt Secretary of the Board of Trustees. EJ Enquirer capy daw2f. Clianccrv Sale. is obedience to an Interlocutory decree of the Chancery Court at Elpley. Tenn., at its December Term. 1E5, I win seu u me nignesi ouaer on H.ndsy, Feb. !, 1S37, at tbe Court House door in the uwn of Ttln'n. ir.rt r Land containlLg one hundred acres, belonglcg to the es tate or jonn jminos. oaia una lies wllbln three miles ef Ripley and Ins about for y acres cleared, fenced an! la cultivation, very goc-1 house,. &e TERSts One-half rao, ine caiaace en a creoii until me first of December, 1S37 i note and good security, and a lien upn the land. HSNRT H. RICHARDSON, dscU-wit ciert and Master SACKS choice Irish Potatoes in store and lor w vy saie try aom-tf BOYD & AI7TJERSOK. A Teacher Wanted TO take charge of the S-arey Female Academy, oa the SAMUEL D. KET, President, deewlta Searcy While County. Ark, 3TFI ATVIBOAT JIF&T mo use: R.MRSHALL,Sr.. re pectf ully Inform the Cap tains ana aiewara of steamboats that he has' opened a Meal Store, foot of Howard's Bow, wherasltor ders In that line will be thankf any rescind, and pro "jelly sttroSd to, wlih ths best tb marktt can aatinl. akl as TZ. -frOTSTKKSbycverypraet, V Sai Vtl",noK-pi(ly to wall upon fcOr will dre blm a calL In tn lowew po wow prices. ueeo li JJf- KetUrvr and Nriri H77 oa 3M( , lladafom u jiyliig, (Bio S. B. WIIiIilAi,ISOiT, (2ccuorto WUllaimon j- Honcocij GROCER COMMISSION MERCHANT, mroRTXR or FINE WINES, BEANDIES Havana Cigars &c. HO. 19 FRONT BOW, vwTtTTH, W Eoceived this Day, a . a a- - KABBLS Mess Port; kegs No. I Leaf Lardl 23 tierces Sugar-Carei! Haas I CWi r.v .. ... . -x. own, assonwaiaesi IMt's Whlxi-r. All cf which we will sell ehe.n tor eiS t V. a msvu. iwr, Acxapnis. S. B. WILLIAMSON DAYIDSOX, ELLIS & ELAIR, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In BAGGING, ROPE, A3D PLANTATION" SUPPLIES. I p. Pi (I PIECES Bagging, hand and power-loom xuuu xtrancs: 1400 colls itotw. beatcraadst 60 hhds. best Crown Sngirj 1600 sacka Cofiee; 0 hhds Bacon; 100 boxes Ch-wlng Tobacco, extra quality I 600 bbla bet brand Boston Nails : 100 bbis. and half bbls Mackerel ; 60 kits Mackerel No. 1; . o!)If-4 luihei Sagar ; M boxes best Lotf Sugar 1030 sacks Silt ; & bbls. Moluses ; So halt bbla Col 100 bet brand Flour j 100 bbls. best D, xter and Best Whisky j lfX) reams WraDrjlnr P.n.r ' And a general assortment of prime Brandies aad Wines ; 'fi apxee. uinger. Soda, Shot, Lead, and all articles keot In our linA .htrh . ni tell on the very best terms to our customers and the nxur Kracrxuy. augld GEOCEEIES. &c rri HE subscribers keep oa hand tee following articles. -x. wnicainey warrant to be of firtt mi.iitv. .rut tnr . . .V 4 V. . ..1 Wheat Fans and Threshers ; , E. Carver & Co.'a Improved Cottoa Gins ; "Waaons, Northern and Southern manufacture: Bacon, hoground , Flour, Salt, Whislry and Tobacco: Sugar, Coflee, Teaii and Molas.es ; 'Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead! Brandies and Wine, superior article : Lime. Cement and Plaster Pitlt: Together with a general assortment or all nn- suy aepi in a urocery store. GWTNNE & GIBSON, jnlvx No. 1 aad a Exchange Building, dress making: Mrs. Susan hand TT70ULD announce to the ladies of Memphis and the r r aujointng country, that she Isprepsred to Cut and Make Dresses after the new invented style, anil at the shortest notice. She 1. prepared with Models and Book Instruction so uur DiisssES, ana all kinds of Ladies' wearing appa ral. after tbe newly Invented Pattarns of MRS. J C GEOHGK, of Buffalo, New Turk. Mrs Susan Land professes to teach or lmnart tbe art ot Cutting to any person In a few hours, so that they cax x3easureiaemriTrs oToiarrs, anu maxe beautiful IPs. Her residence Is oa the corner of Mala and Union streets up stairs. In the third-story. sep37-6n J3 if goods: GREAT BARGAINS, AT TH"5 EMPOEIUM OP FASHION, And Ladles' General Furnishing, Uoak ana iiiantuia Establisnmrnt, 299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. WE are now receiving and opening one of S' thel.rgrst and most raigntflf-nt stocks ofSfft II Sx: French Millinery and Fancy Dry Good-, xp ter b ought to this olty. Also, a very select asaott ment of Rich Dress Goods, entirety new Silks, Cash meres, Mareaot, DeLaincs, and a large variety of EU1 styles for Street, Traveling aud Evening Dress e We call aartlcular attention ts our Millinery Depart ment, consisting of Chenille, Moss and Uncut Wlret, SitiD Silk, Grecian. Italian and Engluh Bjnnt; Flow ers, Feitbers. Ribbons. Bridal Veils and Wreaths. 5.000 worth of fine French Embroideries. Rel Thread, Maltese wnd Glnpare-Eaeu; atfstylea it '''iwftffi Emliroiaercd, Velvet and .Clotl. UiiOAJib, Ladles' Cloth and Velvet for Cloaks, Dress Caps, Head Dresse... Ladles' and Misses' Shoes, Corsets, Eld G lures Furs, Trimmings of all descriptions for Closks and Dress- es. S.C., tic. N. B. Embroidering and Stamping done. Cloaks anf Dreies made to order In a few hours at cheapest prices. xaaies, picas, cau before purccasmg eisewnere. Orders from the country promptly attended to. octl .N. STII LMAN St CO. PAUL, GKEEIV, FORMERLY of the firm of Mooney Ac 'liUreen. would resnectfullv say to bis old bNe friends and customers tbat be is still si' JESiSthe old stand, with a good supply of Fruit i .-, consisting of Apples, rears. Plums, Peaches, Clicrrles, ' y Apricots, Nectarines &c. Also, R-sr'jerry, Slrawberry and Grapo Vines, In va rieties, witn a good supply of Evergreens, Green House Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asparagus. Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or order on a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be punctually attended to aud all plants guarantl'dto order and de livered any pait of tbe city, free of charge. Nursery on Main street, bourn Jiempnis. PAUL GREEN, ectlt-dGm Receiver of Mooney A. Green. WHEATOX'S NURSERY. TO HORTICULl'URISTS AND PLANTERS. I would respect! ally remind the citizens i?fS ftyS ol Memphis and so-rcandlng country tbat f&' fa the season for transplanting Fruit and Or "jfitjfjeji. namental uees Is fast approaching. Great Sf23ia additions have been made in every depart- nwui, more pxrticularly amorg Fruits. A more select and varied collection his never been offerd for sale in the Southwest, consisting in part of over ono hundred varletlea or -C3i-TpTplof3, JtPoctjrtSf XOVOl3.03, , Clicrxioa , Catawba, Isabella, Ohle, Scuppernong, C.lltornla, etc Grape Vines, Figs, Raspberrl's. Strawberries, Currants, GooiRberrles, etc; English Walnuts and Filberts, Texas Pecans, Chetnuts.etc. etc. Green-bouse plant". Bulbous Flower Roots, (Imported.) Evergreen of every desirable variety, among which are nearly 2,000 Magnolia Grand Flora. In a ditlon 0 the above, I am now ret tiring a large lot of Bulbs, of all kinds. In consequercn of having to move most of my stock on hand, I win sll it very low. Purchasers may rely oa everything being what it ts represented, and sales may bo effected on very favorable terms bv applying at the Garden and Nursery, near the RiUrnadDebot, or addressing ocii-asm a. n. whsatox. P. 3. Dunns my xbvi-.ee from the city, all orders will meet with prompt attention It left at the store of J. wiMberger. a. M. w. ETCIIA.TARIVE & BRO., NTJBSERYMEN, SITUATED in Fort Pickering, on the Horn Lake ttoxa. nave cn eann a cne as sortment of SURCBBRRT. In every ce- partment, cot,slstmg in part of nf APPLES, PEACHES, PLUxtlS, Apvlcots, icctaviucs, s&c Alsc Raspberry, Strawberry and Grape Vines, In va rieties, with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House Plants, Bulbous Roots, Rhubarb and Asiaragus. Orders from a distance, accompanied with draft or or der oa a respectable merchant at Memphis, will be rune tua'ly attended to, and all Plants guarantied toordr and delivered to any part uf the city, free of charge. We attend to arranging and laying off Gardens la town or country, at the shortest notice. octn-4m ETOHAVaRNK 3c BRO. .1. THERETO, WATCH MAKES, A2TD DEA R Watches Clocks, and Jewelry, CO" 1 OF MAIN AND ADAMS-STS., ZJUC this method of Informing his friends. ai v taa iubllc generally, that he has moved from his, .land to tbe corner ot Main and Adsme streets, where be will take pleasure In exhibiting a new and choice lot ot JEWELRT, to. those who may favor him with a call, and will be pleased to execute a orders for repairs In his line. He hopes, by honesty, In tegrity, and bis effartx te please, to gala the confide nor and liberal patronage of all who may find It convenient to visit his establishment. K3" All orders for repairing In every branch of ray bs slneas promptly attended to. 13" The store will be temporarily located at Jfo. IT Main street, next door to New Orleans cheap cash store until the building opposite be Wershara House Ir ptifd. auell-ly A. MER1TO. TTUFTIlEN Thousand pounds Goshen Batter Is store ind i' for sale by nntri-tf BOTD it ANDERSON- rpWEXTT Taecrsad Havana Cigars is stcrs .aad fV-: XTVm. 1 1-1FTIJN Thousand pounds Goshen Batter in store and HXmkW Vrlf . :eP' a-aoour A-JfmoSmaSBSm rjm . Q. MILLS. ; ,2 V jL sale by rrrTI-H ' NTS k.AXMMoX. 1 Huruafee WJEW ROUTE TO THS EAST AND NORTH, VIA MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD. WESTERN" DIVISION. OPEiY TO CORfSTH. g-VN and after Nov. 15, 1536, TUKOCGQ MAIL TEA IN J will leave Mmphls, DAILT, at 7-tO A- it., arriving at Corinth at 1S:30 Jr. tt.; at Sony.-rvllle at 10:00 a. X. Returning Leave. Corinth- at I r. X. ; 3omervt2e,3 r.n. Arrives at jsrmpou ax i.wr.a. TTbls Train exonects at Corlntb with a doable Dxllr Line of first class Post Coache to the ttrmlnss of the Eastern DlvlsLm of the Memphis and Charleston Bail- road. Thence by Railway direct, and coanectt&s sure with all E xx tem cities. Staging reduced to forty vUla, and track-laying pro gressing rapuiy. THROUGH TICC3TS sold to the foSatrlsc points : CHARLESTON, SAVANNAH, WILMINGTON. CHATTANOOGA, SA3UVILLH, . AUGUSTA. MACON, .Mm. HSNTSVILLB. 4Jt'-"- - - MONTOfljiailiTsr- -STEVENSON'. GRENADA. This Train also connects with the MLMlsslppl Central Rail read to Eolly Springs. Oxferd, Grenada. Canton. Jackson. Jxc.-Ax. Also connects at urxna jrmcuoa btatloa with Tennes see Central Bstlroad. to BJlvar, Jackson, Huntingdon and othsr places. Also connects at Pocahontas with Trl-Weeklr Line cf ffcacne to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aoeraeen and Columbus, JltSStMIDPI. IlIKOUGU TO KAMI V ILL E 1.1 31 HOURS. Via tueMcmpbtsand chartexton, Nashville andChatta- n ga Rsilroais only -2tO miles of Staging, against ty any other route . lue ACCOMMODATION WAT TRAIN runs daily (ex oepl Sundays) between Memphis and the Jucctloa.wtth the Mississippi central Railroad: Leaves junction 7.00 A.M.; arrives at Memphis 11:00 .tf. Leaves Memphis 3.00 p. St.; arrives at the Junction 6:00 p.m. Freight Trains le ve Memphis for Pucahoatas DAILT at 1 A. M. jAiors close at T. 31. Through Tickets only, on the above BouUs, can be ob tained at the Commercial Hotel, as will as Infermilios connected wun tne soaa. PAssengrrs are reqsested to twrehsse Tickets tef are en- terlne the cars, and save narment of extra fare. Baggage checked to all stations on the Railroad, and no Bacxage will be received without betas cceeked. Each passenger will be allowed seventy-five pouade of Daggage oy Railroad, and sixty pound by 51 age; bat no article will be carried as baggage that L not Laddeat to the persoa of the passenger. In case of less the Cem- paay will hold themselves responsible far an amoant cot exceeding J.100. Negroes, when traveling alone, musthave a permit, na ming the point to which they are to go, aad sptifyia that they are to travel by railroad, or thev win not be canted. B. ATRES, p81 Superintendent of Transportation. For Baltimore, Washington, New York, Philadelphia, &c. Direct Through Lino for thoSast! Maltlmore and OMo HAUU 0 AD . THIS Biad runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (273 miles.) and to Washington, (100 miles.) and presats tbe finest advantages both as a freight aad passenger line. It runs through wild and romantic p-gwaa ot the Alkghtmies ? and b ing solnliy constructed, completely txjuipped and Carefully managed, is one of the nx .l at- ractlve and safes t Railroads la the Ualtnl State. The C ntral Obki Railroad, from Culambas and Zanesvflle to WheeiiBg, unites this road with ail portions ot the West and South west. The onlv Throuor Tickets moat Mempris, Louisville aid iT. Locis to the Natiosai. Me tropolis, are sold by this road, which raas direct U Washington without the delay of passing threegh Balti more. It is also the only lln by wbicu baggage can be checked to Washington from the Ohio river. 5"j7By the mail, route from Merapbts, take the mail steamers, running daily for Louisville, csaaecttag there with mail steamers or JeSersunvilie Kxilruxd far Cincin nati, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars ol Little Miami Kan road tor Columbus, connect ag then with Central Obit Rail roadV through Newark andZanes viCe, to Wheeling. By the express tram of thi route, tu time from Cincinnati to Ba.timore and to Washington Is less than 27 hours. 23 lie sura to ask lor tickets by the Bxl timers and Ohio Railroad Route. s3-?assengers from Memphis goisr East through St Lous, can bur Thranxh Tlirk.tx trr.tbe ltxlUnar-xnd Osio.1 inoixnasojt, , ta aiio,Tver sua awoeicranu Mls3U:pvt and cannnecting Roads. These connections are ab direct, and the time from at. Loals to Baltiniort or Washington is but about 43 tiours. Throudi Ticket by this route may be had of the Agent, under the Plan ter. LIoas, at the f oUowins rates ; .From St. Louis to Baltimore $2Sj to Washington $26. At Wheel lug the pasxengrr takes the superior cars ol the Baltimore and Ohl. Railroad, whtch leave three times dally !jr Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New Tork. Through la 16 or 17 hoars, including stoppages. For safety, speed, regularity, beamy of ihe country, and general comfort, this road secuud to none lu tho Union. FRKIUUia. This company possesses the largest equipment of any Railroad in tbe United States, and is prepared to do aa immense easiness in transportation. The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and lu the street j of Baltimore with the Raliroad to Philadel phia and New Tork, steamers f Ericsson and Balti Hoke Steamship Lines, by Canal and Si? to New Tork, and by new Merchants' and Misers' Line to Boston, steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, Jcc. For particulars, see freight tarirf. copies of which may be had of the Forwarding Houses In the West, or o' J. B. FORD, Receiving and l orwaroing Agent ai v neeting. WM. a. WOUDSIDE, Master ot Transportation, Baltimore. A. T. LAVALLETTE. JunZS-ly Agent, 51 Front Row, Memphis. NEW ARRANGEMENT! ESPECIALLT FACILITATING TRAVEL BOUND To the North and East! hrough in Three Days and a Half to New York! ILLINOIS CENTRAL k&ijlmo&d: Tram Cairo to Chicago Direct ia Eighteen Houn, it uno'M FTtaj. oj iruagt or uianje oj can or Baggage. AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Csra . leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagtra Falls, Rochester, Albany, New Tork, Boston, and all Eastern and Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from. Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and fonr from Cairo to New Tork. Tune from Cairo to New Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comlort great er, than by any other route. Passengers through are SOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent changes by short lines ot Railroads through Indiana and Ohio, to the East ana North. Also, connecting at Chicago wlUs Michigan Southern Trains, fer Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake Shore Railroad asd Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee, Sheboygan, &c, aad with a splendid Lloe of First Class SUamxrs for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Snperior, Collins wood, Toronto, ac. Trains leave uxiro avery aiornmg anu evening as fol lows! . 6:05 a. at., Chicago ana sumetta impress, Sundays excepted. This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and New Tork Central Kauruaas, tnruugn in tainy-ooe hours. This Train also connects at Sandoval with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad lor St. Louis and Vmcennos; at Pans, with Trains f the Terra Haute, Alton and St. Louis Raliroad, for Indianapolis. Louisville and Cincin nati ; at Decatur, with Main Line Express fur Galena. Dnnlelth; the latter connecting with Trains to spring field, Naples, Rock island. Burlington and Quincy. 6:10 p. St., New rorx ttxprot, Saturdays excepted. StoDDlnx only at Important Stations, except on Sismal. connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur t Dunlcith, and arriving at Chicago at z p. it . Passengers fortbe Upper Mississippi, will find at Dnn lelth, steamers of the Dunletta and Minnesota Packet Company, ready to leavo on the arrival of either Cairo Tram for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, 4tc Paxsengen (or JanrsvUle and Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con nect at Freeport with Trains to Belolt and JinesvlUe, knu from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis consin. The Maps and Charts indicating the Great Central Route to the North and East are an exact transcript of Cotton's Map of th: United States, and passengers are requested to examine thia route as well as the reining time cards of the connecting Roads, snd Judge for them selves as to the correctness of the above statements. Tbe opening uf the Illinois Central RaDroad from Catro to Chicago, and thus forming-a speedy and direct means cf communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and the Lower Mississippi, affords to the pieasatanraveler, a well as tbe business man, attractlons'aBd rWrilllies tor reaching Ihe North and East, which ststfass- tho. of any other route whatever. The accomKwdations fur nished by the Company for the convenience the trav eling pab-.Ic, the permanency of the road and atrnctare, the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com mend themselves to those who desire In traveling tj-ted, comfort and safety. TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TEAR, with the privilege of laying over at any point, ran be had at Memphis, Calm, and at tbe principal Railroad Offices oa the line. A T. LAVALLETTE, Agent, Inn 1-1 v V, Mempb'5. Trna. $30 . O O O W O It X" 331 . . or , CUEWIXC AXD S.IIOKIXG TOBACCO, ,At Manufacturer's Prices. JflOra.wilcb-isiay be found-. . iXSsfloasiWn's criebra-ed .sadi, Lmchbnrgl ntiMWiiiil slcombe brands. " BrJssw gsTisjtjrs' " Harry of the West, fce. XrSxlS-hds, ,. 's Crescent City Paragon, Elchaasnd ; '$ Star of Wcha.'d Pride of Va. jaower, ttc , n't"C W. IrU." -.. disTenssUe. fcc., f M. Ccsbyjarand) .' hsrll'il sTorai Aaerlca, ' 4 OL1 Ciswell. ' Re!r(ii. vJH.-' varHy -of -Ccmaioa bntsves-i-tei aoaKSnut waua wtu. aold'.at IXWtjSB 71 dgaaiaa. S warrasted frrtiiaarf riasssn. sMsttresjt nxxAVA, nsMeeaee t im-ymnimm Crescent City Paragon. Elchatand t I I J 'M!"ri - - vilH "TfiltLZl. rPIL' ' ' i I ' " - - . - I I r -x. .ai fsrupviv BltMBM kWf A MfUtil ,.--.- - M : ArJlHMrJPlflan-r.&c. octa - -j. iSpHi 'riaJjSSVcdisjenssKe. - I 1 WPy ,a3-3ml' earn 7jA IH nkY,.. i j I netsa rs .ZMmtrr,eonj.rrs -r. J i tiy--( EAILEO Rally Thrbngk Xate t NEW ABEANGE3CEJIT PAItnCULARLTTOACCOilMOOATE Trl ON THE LINK Of THE AOAJB S. - TT70 Daily Xrai Saittif TRAINS win run ca this Boa ar faHom thereat!:: - Mail PaaaengerTrala leaves Hro rXa ri exoaptedj at 7 JO, a. St , and axrsA"3i3sJ a.m. Returning Lsaveii Memphis aC gtfctet P. jr.. arrives at Browns vil at 6:10 p. es.. Coanectlas- at Ma-endisgs. son's with a Hue of Hacks for Covington, at at Brewnaii. rr vtBe with Fertuna tl Norwoul'i Ina of Slafe ta 'xtf. ville, via Jackson and Columbia, and runningr ta csa-jt. aeiniOT wn tne Alabama and Tennessee; Rallread. -enne. x-ametioru-s n-wwtcr ;iae of Coacce leave Brownj- vtlle every Wtdnexdiv. Pridar and HniiJxr . K ' T7. faashvme,vUTreaton,MeLmoresvBIendHtlBilJx- . coo,eonnlngalsowithannaofSagea-oParU. Aa- Accommodation Train leaves Memphis- 'stag (Sundays excepted.) at 7 o'clock A. K-. and arrive at rxyr. Brownifffieat 12;W r. at , connecting- wlththa'ScsW as above. . - . Vx. Betaralng Leaves Brownsvineat I-rsj -tr mJ .l- ,1 rlvlag at Memphis at 6:15 r. at t oat . Br Ihll .rr-.r,-, .w..i. - . .T r VJsTel Rsad. having business at Memphis, can ewa dowa 1st Us - u.itwi.ixrtuire or IC3T Hours lu atuid w U. aao S tarn in the evening. '-- -" . 'Xk. Passengers can remain la Xrsrfiirf nntn rjzJ Saturdays, and go to Brownsrilte. .ml u..ku., and go out oaSacday morning to th Stan xt C o-'ciiSt to Nashville, etc. - o-uoosr., Through tickets for Jackson and NtihTtrle to be hade? the Worsham House. Memphis. .loxrainsoaiaisroaaoasundav. si,j rvia -t.- w Jrx3 u i-.i m 1 ., , k . 1 w . PAIIE UEDUCEi. JACKSON" AND XASHV?T.T.? MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON K A 1 il ii 0 A JD. rpo the Mississippi Junction. CMineetinr ik ix.t. nessee Central Railroad to Boavar, there. coaneatw'; with J. J Wyly'e Diily Use of tour kr.ri'v.t to Jackson, aad trt-weety to Nashville, 2focdayiWea aesdays and Fridays, throsgh In - J? xnirty-iignt Monrs. C- The traveling pnblic will find thU the cLe.ne.t will quickest route. Railroad and sum r.n. ..i- sin,&,. TblsisthetwstreuUtoJackscn, going throszh la nlriJ bears, and a daylight route. Fare to JacksoapsUi?Tb3l Tiasessee Central RaCroad is raxt a cpK-acbtor coxTtSK lleatoJatkx-n. This Line to Natbvute U stotkrt wlitai. Coaeke aad Horses, laftrUr to none la the Southwesrfr Sober and exp-. ieoced Drivers on tlie entirs line. ' -t aro to JacKson. - - . - 4 oo Terryvillo, - - - - o 2S Huatingdon, - - 7 CO Nashville. - - - .Si n Kn St .- 13 For seats or lofurmxtMn. caH at the rv.-.t- . n roaa and SUge Office; Commercial Hotel, JerTerson street. FARE REDUCED! Prom. Memphis to Jackson, $3 50. ' rom alcnpliis to Nashville, $19 5i Via Jackson, Waynesboro MsjfiJ coturauia. CONNECTING near Browaivi.ie with the MespMc ' and Ohio Raliroad andst Thorn risen with thit-Twt-- nessee and Alabama Railroad. This la the chrapeot eat to MidVLe Tennessee, and travelers are assured that no palas or expense will be spa'ed to rendr then Corafcna fcle. Tbe xaches, horse and drivers are superior. -Our line connect at Jackson with J. W. Norwsod 3sf' Co 's line ot four horse post coaches to Nashville-. jaiya NORWOOD Jt FORTUNE. Favc to Greuada. Hn. OOt . Including Omnibus Ticket to IlGlIy Springs' The Cheapest and Quickest Loviim Ajiv,ivi.u luviujiuio txxttx sx satsrSasaT Is note prutnttd tc thtpvilie via M . i Memphis and Charleston ai Mississippi Central Raiixeaig." FOR tlekets or Information, apply t " T. ancio-ii't, iasa.t;ti..AgHiU. Cotaaerclal xTebsLf" kJ iUUU, bersrrtoelvrd xt oneltxb;i.r-T.mraii the pat wvk. Great indoMUxtt arrovf trjd.tU purchasers ia oar Use, la price, qllxli y and-ityfJ t? ""V'9 . t Mata s S3 v Carpets, MattiBsr, &c- -jZ,3 VELVET Taprstr., "mssels.Tbre PiylnsralnssrL nemp Carpets; .'ocoa, Clrsmd Grass MAttirilaSr cant, Jcte, ManUla sid CocrfDsor Mats, for ' - . . & 1 " I .1 . . Wardrooes and Rnnlpnexia 1 Ofi WARDROBES and Bjoascs received 1st the l.GtJ last few days by , w Duvia MeKINNET tc CO. Tin Safes; 1 C) A CUPBOARDS and oommouv -Utc&es Safr,' Just received by TSOVI8 McKLSNEV r. CO. Choirs! Chairs! -v , A LL kinds ot Chairs, irons the finest to thecoisasoncit J.JX. qu.llj, XX Jv, Davl3 McETNNBTfcCO:3. Rosewood Parlor Setts. SEVERAL beautiful Rosewood Setti Just receivideyJiif ' novlS McKINNST & CO." Bedsteads! Bedsteads! T7INE Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut Casor anrf J? French Brdsteads ; al ., CotUge and Misses' Bed- nesus, in grcsx iinr, cneap ax novl3 McKINNST jr. CO. '3. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, WHOLESALE AND F.ETAIL;- -Je , E. A. BENSON, Xo. 2J3 Mala street,' Pr has Jnst received his great andtrem en nO cTTT U aoQi sUk of Maaical Iaxtrum-nts, eca U X U slating of ..-. 600 GC1TAK3, American. French, OeraXjftai Zfi3S& prices trom aa v sou. . ' . j 1000 VIOLINS, froiii all of the fe-rerxl'ficzo rone. 500 ACC0RDE0N3. conslsJlng of S. ID and l0Ui-uji.x3, ruuriuiy-iuiaia with Pearl, rron'tisj 100 BAS'JOS, American make. Price, from 41 to 420 5000 FLUTK3 and CLABIONKTTS, of all kinds of XO DRUMS, coasjillag of Bas?, Snare, Drill, Army and. Children's- -. Together with hosts orother articles too a aero ato- meation. aii i raw io say xs, it persoor wish to get the worth If their money-ln anythlcg la the Music lie ,M.I. ll,.n,.KtAA It TW .V- -.. . ' Vctrr.lH.T Gultr with detached nicks, cipabla oi being put taw any Trunk. - Economy. A NEW, lleht, elegant ond. cheap Patent" SJ,rS8 XX . M ATTRSS3, for sale by sep2S-tf IT. 3T. GEfjSYENOB. JPianosf - t- A SUPSRIOR assortmtPL ot Pianos a'MrfcesW, Tl Just received if j . sepiS-tf Z. M- CZQSYSSQK Carpets V Curtains J USTjeceived, a large a.-scrtraeat of elegant Vtrveti Bruxsel., Tapestry, Tbreelr, Superior ami Cctasxiesi sjarpexs,-naivarxiuas. u.o a aew sep2S-tf H. m, ORasrgx i: JUST RECEIVED, From Virginia and Middle TaiM-stta: m A LIKKLTlatof youar Negroes, aa9 ut-i es ingot neiu camu, ooa servants-, a ausbtr Wi.SK one coos raa-x giro at noose aerraati . We -5 win be ree iving likely young Negroes' lions tbe aoove aimeu pomis laronjtwsi tee seas a. pltct, ers and ethers wishing to purchaj eood'jfeTn spectfclly Invited to give as a can. oa thejiortb. side ot Adams street, at BenJ. LitUe's old-sta'M. where wewdL t tak?plruurets accommodating the public ocM-dawCm M. it FX trtT T-B. Lumber Jbun&trl I HAVE the Isrjest asaortnent of Lumber en tasslt have ever eCered, consistlnsriK part s ftfumcil Cp press and Poplar, K, 1, J i aarrttacae wide aad dear? ' Sills SxS and 8x10: Jolce2xff. 2slfxtM,i -iV:. iius, -x.,x -m- m wtKwm ,Tt si Sheeting, Shin glen and Wal natjji ssssj ( larger lot of dressed TellaWPfne FleoVisiv riia. Tsrd on Bsttnre, Scats sUt of Centrd T sWI -,'Lf " ..... j. i . .. .. --- i SCHNEIDEKJc. LA XASUPACTraSsMflMs CsV-l2xjs, 3iirri' JeffensTi. Srrf, asweeife MSMIHIS.TKlfX... WS ask tSe Batroaaae those Tlsltlng Meaipsis. Ww: or nr work, sea oar ,csg iae oasiaers wcl pair Guns and other Fire-srsaa manlike manner j.,t?x.- ascrris. Irisfc. Votai. L?", k" jyx,xrix jxx, wj fSSraffrTmmHa: .jt? ,oft3-3mls 4 jTa.senj. r jacs- i f J .. aa. as r tAis - . ' V tl IW .igjojumx 1 Men. he- rSsuineTr- afS.. ?9tlftinxiafiIiB tM Crtx January nest. " H i lam Ta be-freselBt! BbseQn'ejbUy witbdrawa. bis rrsoh:ea. aadcalled Jerri fy AJit -Dsfhie, trkinrii rfot.oatbe lJtt JAWes ur5l V 5 - P ital eresolntiadj ! xtAuca of lae rMScUo: x M- xatM ?