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1. I i ' " BY MLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO. MEMPHIS, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 17, 1857. VOL. VHL NO. 24. pu juskkd da1lt, tri-webt and weeext, bt xno. k. m'clanahan, leoxidas tbousdalx, vtm. m. h- ton, benjamin f. dill, ckdeb. the sttle jusd "bat or M-'CIiAirAHAlT, BlDTTOW & CO., TO WHOM ALL LETTEES OK BBSIKESi, OIL OTKEa WltE, SHOULD EE ADDBXSIED. PRICE OF SDBSORIPTIOS. Dally, la advanee, per annum , ...$10 00 Tri-Weekly, " ' " 6 00 Weekly, " " " 809 -.Th Weekly paper wHl be furnished to Cln.i of Trn aad upwards at $2 60 each ; payable lnvaslabiy la ad ance. and erery Club to be made ap at one Doe. EJ- An oW sooscrlier aad a new one will be taken to gether at $J 60 each. jQ III no caao w the paper be sent to new subscri bers Bates the order for the earns U attended wUh the cash. J- All Dallr .-bscriptfens will ccslderrd da and parabie ha f-yearly In advance. S3- The foregoing terms wHl be strictly and rigidly adhered to. DAILY RATES FOR ADVERTISING. Adapted by the Appeal end Eagle and Bnqxlrer. Fer w. square of ten lines or less, one Insertion... $1 00 rereaehaddittosal Insertion f same 60 tastes OLarDs. jSAJRCBC, 1S57. BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, Trunks, Yalises, Carpet Bags, &c. WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. BT late arrivals, we are In receipt of all Wads of Boots, Shoes aad Hats, that are new aad desirable, making one of the largest and best stocks of an. custom-made work for retail trade to be feund la Memphis. Prices will be low f er cash. Call and see. HICKS, TERRT & ANDERSON, No. 245 Main street, mar2-dly Opposite Court Square. Memphis. 3 c b- w I. fi. 6.: 3 00 4 60) 6 00 7 60 7 60 4 00 6 00j 6 0W 8 08(10 00 H 012 5EMI4 001 12 Oo)l5 09 10 6-jl4 60)17 - 13 0Cjt6 00130 00 IS SO IS Qrt2 60127 0) -4. IS 00 '20 00 9 09 12 00 8 eo ie oe 12 69 is oo 1 12 09-15 09113 -t 16 00 90 0625 M-0 00 120 826 08 31 26 2- 60 37 60 20 00 30 00 40 00 60 00 18 00)24 00.30 00,37 6c; 00! 60 00 tet eefes oo.ssooj-tJ wlssw! -o 00 R4 09 32 0040 00 60 00;S3 69, SO 00 30 00 1 '36 00, IS 00,66 26b7 5-1 98 00 Uo ee!0 00 62 oo! 75 03 100 00 53" Two squares, renewable weekly, per annum, L .TV "its. J- One saaare, renewable weekly, per annum, $0 CO IWIUB "L! ww . Ml Uw 80 00 -- in JcHlomnLi reaniredto be kept on second page, grabsed as kew EA6H DAT, and en third page, aa advance over stated rate . J- Advertisements dlreettd to he displayed, er set In large type, charged double rates. S3" Tearly advert ers wl 1 be charged extra for occu pying space OTer contract, and when laboe tvpe Is re q aired to be used, or the advertisement kept oa Inside of PJ- Tearlv advertisers will be chaige extra at regular rates for 'Wants, Ren's, Removals. Copartnership No tlee. To CoosUnees, Ac 53 Transient adttrtisisb arcsr be taid ron ABVAKCX. . , J3- No advertisement will appear In the "Weekly paper tes by spec al contract. t3" Advertisements to be Inserted in the "Weekly paper only, or at irrtgolar intervals in either of the pspjrs, will be charged $1 per tqaare fer every insertion. rj- Announcing candidates for State, County and Mu nicipal Offices, $6 each, to be paid in advance in every l&jtaace. f J3-A11 advertisements for Charitatxe Institutions, Fire Companies, Ward, Town, aad other Public Meetings, to be charged"half price. X3" Marriages and Deaths are paMlshed as news ; but Obituaries, Tribute of Respect and Funeral Invitations other advertisements. 53" All Ijegal and Transient Advertiser-eats will be sharced by the Insertion. , J3- Editorial Xstiees In Local Column will be charged 0 cst per line. , im. XS So deduction or variation win be made frost the aV'regoiag rates. . . JfcCLAKAIIAK, HwTTOJf & CO. Dr. R. L.. L.ASKI, . LATE SUffPhysidan and Di'eeter of several Hospitals in Germany, number of diflerent Medical Societies 1e jf ew Tort, has located Sn the city of Memphis, and of fers his servi-es to the paMic as Physician, Accouther, aad for all operations In S.rgery. 13- OSVce en WathiBston street, between. Main and Se-td. p130 VF. G. TTEATHERFOKD, COGKSBLOR AT LAW, and Real Estate Agent, iapj ieon Ark Refer to A- Wrieht. Esq ., and Cel. R. G. Payne, Men pbts: Jndge R. L Caratbers, Supreme Co-rtj E. G. Kastaian, Esq , Xa-hvllle; Major G. A. Henry, Clarks ve. Teen , and Gen. T. B. Fhnoy, Desha CO., Ark. mar24 dawly i DUS. MOOR3IAX & BROffX. OFFICE on Adams street, ia rer of Jonrs, Brown is T., ia Main street. Dr Moorman's Tesidence on Dcbais street, between Tanoe and Elliott streets. ioar2S-3m AT WHOLBSAIiE! BOOTS, SHOES AMD HATS. t OUK slrock iu the whitesale department AJ I Is now large and complete to which we re-1 4 1 fprctfollv caU the attention of Merchntsl3J onl f Those buying f cash, or satisfactory pa per, at short dates, wi 1 And it to their interesi to give as a call before making their purchases. 3- Wholesale Rooms up stairs. " HICKS, TERRT & ANDERSON . No. 245 Main street, spS-dawly Opposite Court Sqnare, Memphis A. S. HASCOCE... Late Williamson St Hasceck. B. O. CLARK.. ..OEO W.niOrrlB. Late Aydlett 6t Late of SomervUle. Co. HAXCOCK, CI,ARai & LU, Wholesale and Retail Grocers, DEALERS IX BAGGING, HOPE, BACON", "LABD, PORK, FIOUK, ASD NO. IS FRONT "ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN. febJ Co-Partncrsliip Notice. MR MILTON MCKNIGHT, late of NVw Orleans, ha hecome associated with us in the Grocery and Com mission Bustoess-datlng from thelft lntt TheMyleof the flrra wiU hereafter be GATES. WOOD it McKNIGHT Memphis, Feb. 10, 1S57. GATES &. WOOD. S M GATES A. M. WOOD M. M'ESICHT. GATES, WOOD & McXNIGHT, G v o c o v s , V r o i u. e c AXT COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 3 rXIOX STREET, MKMPHU. AGENTS Hatard Powder Company ; Colliers White Lead and OU Company, St. Luulsj for sale of U erpoolSaU febl3-tlSJan - the best style. -Glr us a call. j.jono. ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY. HCRER & WIXKEI.MANX, r AND , CABINET MAKERS, Mnin-St.. 3d Door below Union, ARE prepared to CJ1 all oruers ia m. r.wnlnln. mnd FnrLltUre bUSl- nr. vith nMtnMs -nd di jratch. ncroirin? and Tarnishlac executed In We warrant all won aoociuwur muy, feb7-4-i .TTT-TTr. j. . jemst JAMES BOKO & VU., MOLESALE GROCERS, CtTaiMISSlOX 3IERCHAS is NO. 2 HOWARD'S BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN. feb21-dasrly J. C. JAOOBI & CO., (No. 328 Main, bet. Union and Gayoso-sts.,) Importers and manufacturers oi HAVANA & DOMESTIC CIGARS AM TOBACCO. CONSTANTLT on hand, a Urse assortment of the most favorite brands, at moierate ptices. JaaS6-ly (fcottoa Manors e. at. Arrrnsos...... deloach....datid apams. E. BI. AIPERSOX & CO., COTTON PACT0RS, Coffiialsslon & Forwarding merchants, V AKD DEALERS !! BAGGING.BOPE, GBOCEBIES, &c. A'0. 65 FROST ROn'. end 6 JEFrERSOX-ST t MEMPHIS, TENN. PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shlpplns and SeUsE Co'.ton. PRATT'S COTTOIY GIXS. vr are Areata far the sale of D. PR ATT'S celebrated COTTON GINS which have been so f -voribly known for the last number of years. Persons wishing to purchase are requested to call and examine lba. AU G mi are sold under a full guaranty. mrl5-m E. M. J PPERS0N & CO. S3- Holly Sprlncs, Miss., Times; Greneda, Miss., Re publican? Panola, Mlss.,Star; nun'svllle, Ala , Advo cate ; Tuscumbla, Ala .' Enquirer Brownsville, Turn., Journal, copy six months md sendl '-Is to this office. SPRING GOODS. Great Bargains, I I. ... a.l.twl ..J In mnill'ljDrler PHIEilPS & WHITE'S ttU-rlrlIl. No. 233 Main Street. . w. ZTZZZuZ m n aM m rA I uu aAwAaA 1UI IU. AMh nv . -I - WE invite attcnllcn to our urge sioca oi tlon U business to merit a continuant: . Summer Goods, which wt are acilln. and Intend to J.J. WOE-HAM, sell cheap for cash .p7-daw2ni Latest Arrivals ISIiJW GOODS. IsTEW GOODS! t . TF are now ia receipt of a large poriioa .i - V V tlf ol and magnificent spring im -i A. IH. HOPKINS & CO., (Succaton toPtnctUlr Co.,) Cotton Factors AND COMHIISSION MEKCHAKTS, XO. 41 CXIOX STREET, senl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA. Fancy and Staple Dry uoous. Consisting in part of ELEGANT SILKS, rOXBKr.AGEandOP.GANDSE ROBES, v isita n Avrr VaTlMr. w-w-otnen-r, T ien SETTS and EMBRO DKRIES, of rrnncH i ii uniTCP rnXPRfYTIOXERY, x...... - . . i nuiuuaji v.. 'TLnVr, snd comp e eiswOrtment of Planters' Goods; Gent, rioth,; Plain and .Fancy Ojfflm"" ""g. i. wilds vxnwos, n r- Vlf. LIAUS. Late of panoia, jiisi. j J W. A. BBVAlt, J M. K. BBYAK, Late of LaGrangeTenn. "71EN0N, BKTAN & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwarding MERCHANTS, ye. e Frent Kow, over Meachnm e Gnlbralth's, MEMPHIS, TENN. -r ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shlpplnjand X eUlng Cotton. Charjes 60 cents per Hal; S3" -AM cotton sent to ua will be cowed unless otherwise Instructed. WAB.DLAW-H0WAHD... fi. rJS, Tlat i Caps Boots and Shoes; Trunks, Vs- U n'aKlcresg.sualirkeptlnour llae. All of which we propose sellln. very low for cash. Give Ma call, and we pled ourselves you shall have good Goods, and at the lowe.t market prices. varcn . ; Insurance, aus22 WM. T. HOWABD. Dry Goods, Koots & SUocs, Q QNFE C T I 0 NE 11 S W. HOWARD Sc CO.. Cotton Factors, Commission and ForwardingUIercuantB, NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, DEALERS in Baitglnf, Rope, Twine. Sucar Coffee, Mo lusn, Rice, Flour, Lard. "Bacon, Mackerel. Salt, London PirterrAle, Wine, WhUVy, Vinegar, Guano, Ltoe, Land-Plaster, and Groceries general!. A good stock now on hand, and for aale at i-isonablo prices. r-Cash advances made on Cot Ions In stoTerfor sale or shipment. Ml Coltoas laenred nnlebsbthcrwlse Instruct ed. Our Open Policy of Ij!Saraace.coys 1 Cotton con slmed to us by wtrw alsv tbe risltot Fire while la slorc. unless otteiwlse laarructed. Our-prlees for slorUig and acUlng CottsSs, the Tamo, as w have-charged tpr years paat-lf ty centa per bal tolr2a - s tip Inst receiving and rpesln? ft splenlld tssortment A R?i"; rTr:Vctm,r Onnds. to which they call the orcTuutry Mefchaat. and River Tr. .i-r nor facilities arc 'wv-.K-..w .to und?rfll a gooa.many. marlO-33m C, T. M. ROLAND orvi t'T-TTl. I... ............. ..?... Sf BXID.-- B. BED) & BROm " Cotton Factors AHD o m m I s s i o n ill e r c li a n-t s , vn mnVT -BOW. MEMPHIS. TENN. ALL Cotton sent to our address Insured, ualese Instruc tions to the contrary are received. Plantation nrwn rilled with care. Store and Sell Cottsa at fifty ceat per bale. ; Collect ors, LITTLE ROCtt, ARK. hEFERTp-JU Knox alker, MUes Ow.a JJPt- J !i"L,.-raves' Exnreis copy tlU 53TPws, -"v torhidix. drJ-tmvI7 T r. AYDLETT. A Orleans. . DOCOHERTY, T. P. AYD1.ETT & CO., COTTON FACTORS A. J. WALT & CO., WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL G M O JB M 8 AKD DEALERS' IK ALL KtBDI Or FORWARDIX-- 3IERCHAXTS, SO. 69 GRAVIER-ST., KEW ORLEASS. DOUGHERTY& AYDLETT, WHOLESALE GE0CEES AHD COIillttlSSIOX MERCHAXTS, NO. 23 FRONT HOW, MEMPHIS, TXTILL make cash advances on all C.ttoa or other Pro- V V duce shipped to T. P. Ayuien. a. w., t - oc8lx CUDDY, BE0WN & GO. UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE, m OTTON FACTORS Southeast Corner ef Itiam ana union ais., CHAS. D. FOXTAIXE, ATTORN ET AT LAW, Pontotoc, !!!., will attend strietiy to all professiesal busloess which raayb eairHstd to him la any of the Courts of North Mnis .H.p. feb!7 ly J. A. MO OX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, General CMtecting and Land Agents, for the Northern and Eastern Coa-tie of Arkansas, DBS ARC, ARK-feMS-dawly MEMPHIS, TENN. - - .. a ..iwlrJ TTATS always oa hand a well ana rarciouj XX stock of articles In their lice, which they will sell at the lowest current prices. J2 Orders promptly miea wiia aiipu.u. )n!5-dtw-ly COMMISSION MERCHANT COTTON FACTOR General &geM9 L,. O. RITES, ATTORNKT AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis, Teen. OfSc- ia the Pest Office BaBdisg. AHbusiaesBentrustedtoWs care will receive prompt aad f-Hbf-1 attention. CoHeetloM p-omptly made la the sarre-Bdg coanties of West Tennessee, Mississippi aad Arkansas. anl---awly 1 Card. D. PANTE & CO., Lard Oil," Soap and bancue 141 Main street, Mempliis. Tcnn. THE highest mar.ei pnecs paiu Tallow, Lard and Soap Grease. TV XJ h-siestead near Mempbli, and reopened bis Infirm' .w. .-J will rrmiin-nemtnenUv. He treats the follew. ng'chroalc Diseases: Cancers, ScrcfTata, Whl e SweHlog, T-mOT .nd Wrni without Sarglcal operations, ne also ...... -n r-u. t-wm diuniu. S.,res of lone standing. Tetter, Rheamatisai, Syphilis, and all forms of Mercurial Afitettont. . Dr G. doeins it aanecesjary losay mere, as he has tlv- ng witnesses of bis success from -laine io urcuou. decH-dawly . JAMES M. MURPHY, JACKSONPORT, ABC, 1 TnLLaltead personany to the locating of Swamp Land W Scrip and Warrants In the Jackssnport and Helena Districts, selling Lana ana paying ian. References. B Grahim.Memphls,Tenn.; A. S. Hney, Little Beck EC Brlckley, " Mai T. MnJl, Mls,; nr v ri.u. " J. Norton & Co.. N. O.; T Lane it Co , " J. A- Rousseau, LaGraage, H. P. Cootidge, Helena,; Tenn ; Myrtle k. Moore, " W. E. Butts, Lawrencevtile, Alien Pwik, ' O. W. Board, Jacksenportj Pool 6i.Watson,JacksoBpart dee27-ly DR. THOS. BLELil-ER, r ire.i TmrT-ni .Alabama, haa located permanent JLl ly In Meraphir, nd oSers his servKsa to the public la aH the branches of his profession He has Uken the 03ce heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Sheiby and Coien streets. Having recently made a careful and general sekctioB of Surgical Instruments, he is preparrd tar aM the oeeratlos of Sargery. IVeeMence on Shelby street, between II -ling an Trexevant streeU. ry9-ly TI. a. PAYXE. a TTORNET AT LAW. Memphis, Tenn. Offlee in the CA. Post Qgae BalWing, Jetfers-B street, margl-dly .1. A. AXOERSOX. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office la Walker's Building, over MansneM's Drug Store, Vila street. JanlO-ly' J. V. FUSSEM., AKD wESEItAL Coniiaission Merchants, 3 CAMP STREET. NEW ORLEANS. . y coalwU bd wwuie, w, Janll-lf 55. M. B It R E 10 1- j oe53-U MEMPIU5, TENS. COMMISSIOX MEBCHARa, No. 5 Monroe Street, bet. Front Row &Main (somn side,) M-omnViiij. Tenrieasoe. PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of Cotton and other Produce , , . Bagging, Rope end Plantation Supplies farrOshed at lowest market prices. ol. X. terser 3 TWiZSf"" d Cottn Factor--Commisslonj1Icrchant Mnsbv & Hunt's snow o-iouB., Up Stairs, No. 17 1-2 Front Row, Memphis. X WILLOW particular attention to filling orders fox JL Groceries, Bagging ana nov, Juli4-dawly . J. B. SHARPE, WHOLESALE TOBACCO FACTOR, Xo. 25 arcdiion--f., bcttseen Front Rota ana Ai-in, MEMPHIS, TENN., WOULD respectfully inform tne raer-uai. j phis and snrrounwlng country, that he has Just re- turned from tne aues ot yjrgiui., ut.wu- -a permanent Agency tr the sale of all grades of Tlrgin iaTobaeen-. and Intends to keep constantly on hands stocE eaaal 10 me Dnai, . - ... BelBE fully able to compete with the New Tork, Balti more, Cincinnati and New Orleans markets, he invites the attention of all dealers in the above article ta Mi stock belore purchasing elsewhere. oc.l-d&w-tr - " T. B. NORMEXT- Cotton Factor AHD COMMISSION MEECHANT, KOSBY & HTXNT'S NEW BLOCit, Up Stairs, ir 1-2 Front now, MEMPHIS, TEXN. i LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand, July--oawly III. WM. HEWITT TT-rlLL practice EiedieiDr, on the principle that there Is W -ond ta ail iTstems. aad none all snScIent. Ofilce JL T.r.-.t .trret. in the Post Offlee B Hiding, second door from the Post Offloe. ResWeace on the corner of Hernando and EtHott streets. REFERENCES; Col J. B. Stanton. N. Adams, Esq., Haywrad ooaaty Ber. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. MaHln, Fayette oaanty. R. Somervlile. Eq... K P. Maelia, Esq., Tipton ceuaty. J. L. Webb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis. febi-dSm A. r. M'CAKE.. ......... .r " " McCAHE & WILLIAMS, (Successors to Wheat k Taylor,) FORWARDIXG AXD COMMISSIOX HEECHA1I.S, Duvall's Bluffs, Arkansas, Af the croMiny of the Memphis and little Rock Rail. roaaon rrAu.mec. THEY keep constantly on hand Susar, Coffee, Salt, ptonr Vnlan.es. and an other articles usually kept la a Grocery, which they will s.ll low for cash or ex change fer Hides, Furs and Peltries, or any other articles broaght to the market. r?- Goods destined for Little Bock or the adjacent .viwi n Tnw.i.. f-infl., will be forwarded wOTm.m au.vv . . , - Immediately, as there are always wagons iiu icim. uj readiness to haul to any point. sep-S-dawtt JOHN B. B0TT0, BOOT AND SHOE MAIS 13 F AC T 13 M , Xo. GG Front Row, SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT, TyTo TM-TDlii s . Torn., CF.EP3 constantly on hand, BOOTS and .cb a SHOES, of his own m?ke, also of other ifft manufacturers. He te-ps, al. Leather, fl. Sole and Upper, Call sins, innoi a-u - American Shoe Findings, Trunks. Carpet Bags ana a Hses, all of which he wl l sel. as cheap as any in this market. Give him a call before purchalng elsewhere. decl9 ..S. C. SKIDEB; CofTeeville, Miss, FELIX WALKER,. ...... New Orleans, La. WALKER & SXIDER, Cotton Factors AKD Coniniission merchants, Ho. 123 Canal Street, JulylR-dawljr NEW ORLEANS, LA. . . tr A.W.LOTISO TlRASfjEY & LOTIXG, Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants ASD Gonornl Grooors NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. . . . ...v. and Burslnz always on hand AcaWKr bale, all other Produce at t SSi. instructions strictly obeyed end prompt u.nrw All P.-odnce lnsurta, muro oure.. strocW. L. C WORVELL. Ripley, Miss, . C. BOONE Louisville, Ky. justness (Carte. jofclis, egfaTOUtgfc AT TVOUSUAM U013SE, Corner or Elain and Adams street. MEMPHIS, TENN. rnms nonse Is iltnated la tho centre of hnslnesj, ar : the same. PrtprieUw philips ic white. 710 Restaurant 9 t OH" TJOTOTT STSEET. THE subscriber reipectfully Informs his old friends and all the public. that ho has opened anew ResUn- IUU W iIaU-- tUl " . O-l in the best arUUn itT. 0yUr,me,?iViTttIi tnd Fresh Water FUU, Biro m w lire ua- -- iu.- ---- - Give nie a call I have tlx different rooms for the ac commodation of Privato Parties. i uimi. In any branch connected with my buslnes J- ftbco-it Qua. dempeuwolf. WALKER & BE0THEES, Ho. 79 Front Bow, niAXDFACTDREHS OF CLOTHIXG, ASD WHOLESALE 1)EALER. 1M eriPI,E AJVD I'AflUlt WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Plain and Fancy Candies, Ailams Street, under tne Wor- T"-EEP3 constantly on hand a Urge assortment of Oreen K --.i r t.i. vmK.in their wn Juice. Jellies, nrlervee. Sardines. Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled 1 Oys ters. PLkles. Cordials, Syrups, nne wines, . Vl,l aV 1 irt-. 1 connection with this estab- - V 1U.UM, Vw,I novl-1? " 3. P. BRtOHETTOj 'P. h: HEINEICH & BE0., Please call and sfe. .A. S. IIUET - -t-t. t 1a, GENERAL AGEJSfTS SSS . .vn o'clock T. St., and are recelvit AHD CAXDY MAXUFACTURERS, 2J7 MAIS STREET, TTTrvn.iltnilr on hand a large varfty of PLAIN k ...iTivr.riuKDiia CAE1K3. frulU, Preserves, rtc. wholesale and retail. We are also prepaid to fur- ni.ii m.trrk st the shortrst notice. ... , . - ... i , lit. ,fm otien our LAU1KK- ana KNTLRMENS' OTSTKR SA LOON from 9 o'clock A . M., to 12 receiving during the whole season. vnifsirnvsTRRSbT every staaur. we tonal a snare of the t ubllc patroaage. nov-dSm g orrijit CarlrSe. Surveyor and. uraugmsin-.ii, MU-avj mi. .nd will give vocations He may ?cl nulla. t v Ph.dwlck. Henry G. Smith, JMPr-vto.; Robertson Tepp, JUUU o.wuj"" - A. VACCAR0 & C0.: DEALEBS IS G,I-.OCBKIEJ, Eoreign and Domestic Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Fruiis, NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. oet3l . CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, Main ttrtel, next aour i - . MEMPHIS, TENN. PORE DRUGS AND J1EDICIXES, (J PatntsTmis. Window Glass. Patent and Botamc Medicines, Garden seeas, m, ----vw ' Brandies and Wines. GAEVIN, BELL & CO., Nos. 442 and 444 Main-st , Louisville, Ky., WHOLESALE DEALERS IX STAPLE AND FANCY DRT GOODS, AXD Manufacturers of Clothing, DESIRE to inform their customers and Merchants gen erally, that their lame stock of STAPLE DRT GOODS 1 now full and complete; also, that they bare rented and fitted up U house adjalnlng their stand. .. . SILK AND FANGT DRY" GOODS AND YARIKTT i omiip .!.,i lariro miMttions to their usual Stocks In those lines, '.uey priK-jnj -.- their extensive and varied assortment i Clothing. Itlliiurg wis- je w goods: SPRING FASHIONS. AT THE Ei?IPORIIH OF FASHION, 299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS,TENN. WE are receiving and opening, for the lninecrlon of ha ladles, one of the most fashlonab e stocks of French Millinery and j fa-cy Dry Goods ever brought to this city. Also, a very select assortment of Dress Goods, Silks, Btreges, Chil lies, Organdies. Grandtes. Tl ue Rotes, p'aln and dotted Muslins, Slc. We call particular attention to our Millinery Department, Conilttlngof all styles of Frerxh Bonnets. Leghorn, Ia llsh Straw, N-opolltan Eugenlei and Olpil, Flowers and RlbboTis. Five thousand dollars worm or nne rrenca Embroideries Talenclnes, Glmpure, Hoc! on, Point Laos setts, Chantlhy Lace, Embroidered Jilk Mantillas, Lace Baqnlnes. Dres Trlmmlags of all styles ; Parasols, Fans, Glmpure Laces, Ac. Also, at th Emporium of Fashion, Dress aad Mantilla Maklngdone, guarantying satUfscllon as to style aid shape. Mourning goods a'wiys oa hand, and on ers pmpuy attended to. The ladies are m ft respectfully Invited to call and examine our goods tcfore purchas eg elsewhere. Ii. STII LMAN CO., apt- 299 Mais street, Memphis. Tean. 218 Main Street, CXDER ODD FELLOWS' HALL. In AVE jut received a spleedi 1 stock of fashionable DRY GOOD3, consisting of aU at,les of rich Spring and Scmmtr silks. Bereeea. Berege Botes, urcanates ana Organdie Robrs pa large assortment cf Lawns, Lace and Silk Mantillas, aad Silk Embroidered Mantillas. Also, a splendid assortment of Dress Trimmings and Fringes of everr d..crlDtloa. and of our own Importation. Plain and Fancv Para-Ws. Also, a large and wi-U seiecttd stock of French Embroidery and White ioods. and a great many other goods, sultabe for the ladles' toilet, which r will sell at verr r asoaahle rates. . We cad particular attention t our MILLINERT DE PARTMENT, which we wm open to-day, comprising an styles' of French Bonnet., Misses' Bonnets aad Flats, Head Dresses, Ribbons, Flowers aad tverythtag apper taining to ih Millinery. Former customers and the ladies generally are reipect fully invited to call and examine before purchasing else where. Remember the establishment of C MENDEL, ap7-lm 218 Main street, under Odd Fellows Hall. 3 Evening News copy SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM PHIS TO ATLAXT1C CITIES. NEW ST0EE! jew stock: THE subscriber would respectfully an nounce to the ladles of Memphis and sur rounding country, that he Is now opening a complete tretu .tock of PARIS MILLINERT, FANCT DRT GOODS. LACES, EMBROID ERIES ard a teneral assortment of LADIES FANCT GOODS, which h la prepared to sell at the vrry lowest prices', for cash. , AU kinds of MILLINERT made to order at the shortest notice. WM. SILBERBERG, No. 500 Main street, third door above Lehman's Dry GooisJIause. " mtrVt Ky WailroatA iroui uairo. To Chicago Dlrtct In Sixteen Ilovrt, teithovt Break ofGuageor vnange oj ixn or xejy-js. BRANCH FROM CENTS ILIA IS KOF risuii-u, Thus shortening the I'm to sixteen hours to -ucago. AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars . leaving tt same Depot, for Detroit, NUgari Falls, Rochester, Albany, New I or a, notion, ana au uaici and Atlantic Cities. Oaly two change of Cars from Cairo to Niagara, aad three from Cairo to Albany, and four from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New Tort, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comfort great er, than by any other route. Paasengen through are SOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent changes by short Uses of Railroads through Indiana and Ohio, tu the East aad North. Also, connecuag at Chicago with Michigan Southern Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake Shore Railroad and steamer for Kncinry .xiiwauxee, Sheboygan, Ac., aad with a splendid Line of First Clast Steamers for Sault Sta Marie, Lake Superior, Colling wood, Toronto, ttc. "ralna leava Cairo Every X.rniag and Evening as fol lows! . . tM A. M., Chicago ana Duaieiui express, sun-ays excepted. This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light aiag Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western aad New Tork Central Railroad., through ia thlrty-ooo hour. This Train also connects at indova with 0lo aad Mississippi Railroad lor St. Louis and Vlacenacs; at Pana, with -Trains cf the Terra Haute, Alton and St. Louis Railroad, far Indlaaapwils, LouisvUle aad Cincin nati; atDecatar, with. Main Line Express for Galena Dualelth; the tatter connecuac with Trains to Spring Held, Naples, Rock Island. Bartlnglen aad Qaincy. 8:10 r. m. New Tork Excrecs. aatcidays excepted. Stopping oaly at important Stations, except on Signal, connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur U, Danleith, aad arriving at UhKago at 2 r. i. Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, win Had at Duc leltb. steamers of tho Danleith and Minnesota Packet Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo Train for Le Crosse, RMwug5t. pan, oc. rasseeger forJaaesvtiie aad Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con aectat Freeoort with Trains to Betolt aad Janes vtile, ant f rem thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis consin. The Maps and Charts Indicating the Great Central Route to the North aad East ar an exact transcript of Coi ton's Map of the United States, and passengers are requested to examine this route as weu as tne raiaiag time cards of the connecting Roads, Pd Jadge for them selves as to the correctness of the above statements. The opening of the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to Chicago, aad thus farming a speedy aad direct means of communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and the Lower Mississippi, an.rd to the pleasure traveler, a. well as the business man, attractions and facilities for reaching the North and East, which surpass thee of any other route whatever. The accommodatUna tar nished bv the Company for the convenience of the trav eling public, the permanency of the road and structure. the strength and elegance of ue Kngtnea ana uars, com mend themselves to those who desire In traveling need comfort aad safety. State rooms secured oa all packets. TlUJUkiw buuu run ua- iiuui, wimiiw iimuTt of laying over at aay point, can be had at Memphis, No. IS Jefferson street. WILLIAM iiOHl.-., Agenr, Innt-lv WewnM T.rn MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AXD TES- RAILROAD OPEN from. Junction with Memphis and Charleatcr Railroad to Meuon, 18 H miles North of Bolivar, and even mil-. S-utb ef Jackson. Tenn. PASSKNOtK AND MAIL TRAIN leaves Grand Jane- lion dally at 10 a. u , or on arrival or morning mall train from Memphis, counseling at Medoa wlih W,Iys line of Coaches for Nashville via Jatkson and Hunting ton, and by way rt Lexington, Clifton. Waynesboro'. Mount Pleasant, and from iprlng HUI by the Tennessee and Alabama Railrosd. Ratura.Bg, leaves Medon at 1:30 r. yt , connecting at Grand Junction with evening mall train Into Memphis, arriving at7:5 ap!5 K. r. NKELT. Sup'L MISSISSIPPI ASH TEXinSSSEE Beady-Hado auw in tvi. tin. i ti nf their own manufacture. larii om.i..... -- -- -- - . . .... .- tv,v .Te.ddea laretiv io mis ur.u.u business, are prepsred to offer gr-at inducements for cash, or on time to prompt dealers; and. to nch they D'edge themselves to sell as low as s Imrar Goods can be Donjilt in id. x-iiom uii r-. ----- LOUISYILLE PAPER MILL C. I. & A. V. DuPONT, MANUFACTURERS OF NEWS AiW BOOK PRINTING PAPER AND DEALERS IN PAPERS OP Alili KINDS, Vt Main-Street, Louisrillc, Ky. deCwO-dawly ROSE P. THOMPSON, BEHOVED. I WOULD announce to the ladies of Memphis and sar roundJig country that I have removed to No. 277 Main street. Ferguson St NeilFa late stand I have alo connected wi'h my Millinery buslaess aaextea.lve Dress Making estaalkhment, where all the latest styl.-sof ma king and trimming wUl J received direct froai Europe, and solicit their patronage. mar25-lm Td1e1' fukmshixo depot, by jiadame h., Tio. 139 Main Street, Mempliis, (OvtrDrs. Shanks and ThreWs OJf.cc) ,ii to be returned at our expenw. JnlyS-ly . Jit J1E-KJE TOs WATCH MAli-ft, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, AND DEALER IX XtO. OA A., , rtww.rtVw.W. Watclies, CIocks. auu j-"cj) CORNER OF MAIN AAD auajiic, riT20EBALD...CKA. C. BILL. .J. WOODWOBTH. II. FITZGERALD & CO., (Successors to Park, Simpson fr Co-,) Grocers, Produce jjeaiers3 J ..rm.i.n.tii.iiii Informing nisinenoa, 3 bis old stand to the corner of aiain a"""""" Si&strts. where he will take pleasure la exhlbltlns a new and choice lot of iKWELRTjJ visit his establishment. . hnch c. my . S3- All orders for repauius i- w wf.iy tiueis promptly attended to. aus-i j THE HAZARD I'UHUl-ii iujiiaui MANUFACTURERS AND DEALKIlo in. GUJ JPOW&JER, qB and d. uird bjfo trade. gu.ranUed to give enure . ..v..r. ow tnJOTt1 the DC I0UUU UU-UllMJ-rA- -j- r "F-r'ssin tbclty by GATES -r it the tfllco Of the CompanT, No.,89 all, icaroer n am Jt'reSt New Tork. . A. G. HAZARD. Pre.ldeat. A E. DOPOLASS, aec-y . JACKSOXPORT, ARKANSAS. jnliS-dawly , W. ALEXANDER.' ALEXATTDEB .IK. J XiAltSIRO & LANSING, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. NOS. GJ AND C5 LOCUST STREET, &ad3Xt Ciouls, 3VCo. REFERENCES. J J. Murphy, Memphis; Cool at uo., Jicmpais, Harnett &. Walker, " Toaa a. i-oyer, -Charles Potlei, ' " feb5-6m m J. S. WHITE, M. D., LATE of Hardeoan csanty, having removed to Mem phis oSers his professional services to the cttltea.. nac- oa Court Sqasre. on", door west of Wallace's Auc tion house Residence oa Pontotoc street, south side, between St Patrick an SL Martin. Ub2S tf SMITH P. RAXH.HEAD, ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis Tenn. OOce In the Post Odes Block, over Aydlett & Co., third story, api R. F. LOOXEY, TT0r.NET AT LAW. OCce .ver 0. iV Co.'s. W. Oherry i Jas6-tf rt. f rtROTTA'. a TTORNET AT LAW, Marlon, Ark., practices In rt vkium ftrlttenden. Mississippi, Green, Kaa-aipn, Lawrence, ladependeace, Jackson, Poinsett, St Francis tad Mwiro Connties, In Arkansas. oct7-dSni trczaslIAM ED. A. BEECHES. WICK.ERSHAM & REECHER, A TTORNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Offlee, f No. 21 Jefferson street. Jani-tt ,. V. KICnABDOK..W. W. WHEATLET..M. A niOOS. Ricliardson, Wheatley & Higgs, A TTORNETS AT LAW OOce on the corner ef Second n nfl lumTL eltccir. j.cluuu, i, A" .TOTTV A. XOOE. OM T AT LAW. Oface In the Post Office Bulg ing, Memphis, Tenn. I3F.O. DIXON. wn 5rr AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Me phis, Tenn. OHee, south side of Court Square, one door west of WaUaee'i Auction uou.o, up i..ii.. feb5-dtf . BEIf. SHERROD, a rmn.NET AT LAW. Coviagtan, Tenn. All basiae n A entrusted to his car will receive prompt attentlos, lnlyl9-tf D T. DUBOSE. TTORNET AT .AW, Memphis, Tcan. Oface on east i side of Main air-ev, dciwku .clciwh a... Refer to F. Titus, McEwen, Harris & McNeHI, J. D, iraiams, W. B. Mffler ana jum uwen, ernis, ivnn, jL3antui is Co., Nrw Orleans. Janli-tf .. STKEET &, CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ALL EINDS OF RAILHOAD CARS. CARTS, Poplar, between Main and Second Streets, aagis ainaipnis, tens. G. B. X.OCKE, Auctioneer and General Agent, AXD BE AIi ESTATE BBOCE, S3 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE ODD KEVLOWS HALL, ME5ITIIIS, TESXESSJEE. PARTICULAR attentloa to sales of. City or Country Froperty, Negro., Merchandise, e every deserlptloa. Furniture, ina acnp auu n t.u.., mmb,. i... Leasing Property, . Storage ana uoasignnicuiB iuu ir..i.,r.nl thu services of Air. 3. M. CALDWELL, an oM and experienced Auctioneer, late of Huntsville, Ala- C. MAIOS O trnli Snrlnei. Miss. MASOX, BOONE & XORVELL, COTTON FACTORS GEOCERS, Commission & Forwarding Jlerchants, Uo. lOlMain-St., Memphis. Tenn. BAGG.NG. Rope, Jeaas, LUseys, and a general stock of Plantation Suppllea constantly on hand. febS-dwly s.n. ITOSEB. E.BnEATHETT L THOMPSON & CU., (SrCCEISORS TO E. R. BACISE.J IMPORTERS AND DEALLiis Vino. aViUUlCS, Vt UM-, Havana Cigars, .m -iir riNEST QUALITY OT YIRGIKIA TOBACCO, A.SHorted 3xr-xxkcis JEFFERSON STREET, (Breatbett X Stoner's Building,) Detween aiai a-- -.vw.. TUST RECr-lVEf-Brandies, Henry Mocnie &. Co , IS10; J old CasiiHoa, I8i5; OM Lamonde, 1310; Old RwChill, anl dlff tent braudmgs. Wines. Charapairne awl Ciar ' 5 Old Sooth tU Maderla.Topai Sherry, CluBipagae Bear J Binfr. Crlam do; Cre-oeni, O-lvlr OW Chsaiprtin BergundyJ OM Vieux Cps Spaikllug B. rgundy ; Cl.rrts, Chatiux Margeanx, Latour Glass Stopper, Ltflfc.St. Esiphe. another Ltaudi, too numeroui to mention. v u ..ri. Ac . &c. f e-2S-d6m 63- Hony Spring Democrat copy three moaths, send bill to tblsomeeforcollfrCllon. BRADY & DAT1ES,. GENERAL C0M31ISSI0X IHERCHANTS, Main Street, Louisville, Ky., MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope, Bag glng, Jeans, Linseys, &c. Jan23-ly A. O. SMITH. ...D. r. OCTHME....OEO. J. ROY? LAND. SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO;, Commission Mcvcivants AND "WHOLESALE GROCEBS, DEALEBS IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE Or Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco, No. 361 Main Street, between Second and Third, JanlJ-ly LOUISVILLE, ET. Corsets and Shoulder Braces, MADE AND SOLD, Wliolosalo zxiacl Rotail "TRESSSS made la the neatest aad most fashionable XJ .tyle. Embroidery Stamping neauy -one. ai-o. Stamps Made for Embroidery. Particular attention given to the manufacture of Shonlcer Braces and Im Droved Corsets. The art of Cutting and Making Dresses taoiht, and Charts for Cutting furnl-hed. To all or wuca tneav te.tion nr the ladles Is Invited. YLnnm. .nen from ft to 12 A. M-. snd f KID - to 6 T. 3t J-Mr. H-, manufacturer aad repairer of Sewing Macntnes. " Sundries. CfV BOIES Star Candles; O U 100 half boxes Star Candles ; ICO qaar. " " " 10 barrels Laid Oil; 9(1 Imth Pearl Starch : 30 " German Soap; Juit to band and for sale. on accommodating terms, by DOUGnERTT & ATDLETT, ,pt No. 23 Front Row. RAILROAD. jMow Oron to S3 ordia i. Two Daily Trains each "War. (SUNDATS EXCEPTED.! TROM and aft. r WEDNESDAT, March 25. 1337. tho V MAIL TRAIN leaves Memohis dailr. rSuadara ex. cepted ) at 7:15 a. M , arriving at SardU at 18-.05 A. M. itetaraiag, leaves Sardla at 10:35 a. af ., and arrtrca at Memphis at 15 T. M This Train connects at Sardls with Messrs. I. 7. MeAl. exasder & Co 's Daily Lioe of first daas Post Coaches fer r a noil, lirea aaa, taaton, Jsctacn aad VIcksburg The ACCOMMODATION and FREIGHT IAIK tea . Sardisat 5.33 a. m., arriving at Memphis at 10:41 a. m. Retorting, leaves Mtmshla at 2;M r at., aad arrives at SardU at 7.30 T. H Passengers are requested to punhase ticket, hem- entering the cars, aad save payment r extra far. Baggage checked to aU italic nj on the Railroad, and nu baggage wUl be nceived without being cheeked. XaOi passenger wBl te allowed 110 pounds of baggage by Kall- roaa, ana o. ponnas By siage, cut no article will be car ried as baggage that Is not incident to the person of ti e passengers. Ia case of loss, the Comparr wtHheid thenuatre e- span.ibie for an amount not exceeding $50. jj-rgToes, wnen traveling alone, oust have a permit earning the point to which ther are la ro. and ineelnine that they are to travel by BaBroad, or they will not earrled. B. M. PATRICK. Ear52 Superintendeat. 13-Eagie aad Xnaairer. Moraine Exnreaa. Her bibiIa papers, Grenada papers, aad the MlssLslpptan, at Jack son, copy, aid discontinue former advertisements. RE AT SOUTHERN ROUTE FOR FREIGHT) Prom "New York, Philadelphia, Bal timore and Boston, l:li-.tS Tia tliarlcstoa, S. C. THROUGH RATES of F-flghi fr-m New Tork and PhUade shia. to Memphis, ana Stations on Memi his andC rlestoa Railread, -yjew lorx aa fnuaaeipoia Steamship Lines to Charleston, 3. c. . 3 S FIRST CLASS Piano Fortes, Books, Sta tionery, Boots, Shoes. Layers, u,c-.., m bottles; Caaipbloe andaplilts TarpeollBe lnbarrreis; Carpeting, China. Gtass and Glassware, Cigars, la cases; Clock., OunlcctteBertej, Cot tan Caids, OaUery la cases, casks and hexes; Dry (ioods is box.s and bales; Drugs, Fruits, Pratt Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Gardea Seeds, Looking Giaise and Lookiug Glass Pla. ej, (at owner's risk,) Oysters in cans and Jars, Saddlery, Tin aad BritUasa Ware, Teas and Spices, per 100 pound. $213 SECOND CLASS. Hardware, except such astpecifled in Fir.t aad Third Classes; Coffee Mills, Machinery. Foreign Liqaefs la barrels aad pipes, Tobacco in boxes, Leather la rolls aad boxes, Oils la barrels and casks, Crockeiy and Qatensware In crates aad ca.ks. Rice Whiting, Plaster, Sheet Brass aad Copper, per 100 pounds $1 St THIRD CLASS. Axes, Shovels, Spades, Sad Irons. Zinc and Tin In pigs. Tin Plate, An vils, Vices, casks of Chains and Hoe. Ma nila aad Cotton Cordage, Cettee, Heavy Castings, Mdl Gearing. Carriage Springs aad Axles. Railroad Wheels and Axles, Chairs aad Spikes, aad Rosin la barrets, per 100 pounds $1 8J SPECIAL RATES Bjxes Hats $2 13 Furnitare and Carr'ages boxed, aad other light articles nut eauniirattd; also. Car ley! of Acids or other Chemicals, wiH bs charged by actual weight, but at double First Class Rates, per 100 poands $t 16 $2 30 I9 $175 $313 St 60 AT CHARLESTON FRAE OF I.r tuckv Twills Ci BALES Kentucky Twill, and Llneys,lutrecelvei s J and for sale low to the trade lUUUtl.All jlAlUliblii apt No. 23 Front Row. kra,t5jnrtafiniu GMF.2T ROUTE TO THE EAST AND NORTH. MEMPHIS MD CHARLESTON C. MJtABVEV B. B. HARVEY. - C. M. HARVEY & CO., COMMISSION & JOttWABDKG MERCHANTS, NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. OUR personal attention will be given to the Sale or Forwarding of Goons or, Produce consigned to our address. We will contract Freight on the above t.r re-shlpment either by sail or steam vessels, at lowest rates. We have had several years' experience In our market In the purchsslng of Staples and assorted Merchandise. REFER TO UMS Ot -o., .. u. mii-i- a.w , v-w. & Strange, nannah k. Shanks. dec!2-ly and PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSl-. "Pvctora. ttilxo UNTotico. TuE undersigned having leased the spacious Cotton tK.lmti, ninwr of Monroe and Third streets. lately occupied by Messrs. Chapman it Go., are prepared to Store Gotten, wnniy, sail, ougar auu .i generally, upon favorable terms . nn T -. DAVIDSON. ..... J. B. ELL1I.......A. C. BLAIB DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR, COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS, Receiving, Forwarding and General r.OMMISSION MERCHANTS, A'o 31S Slain Street, East side betaeen Jefferson and . alt. Th an ilea aiwaTS on jni-EO-a-vtf R hand. i. II. GATES. ... A. M. WOOD GATES & WOOD, COTTOH PACTOBS, GEOCEES, vmrinco and Get-ral Commission rvr 13 IX. O 23C 3w I T S , A'o. Union Street, between Main and Front Row, aiavail'Jias, imh. barna, I am fultr prepared to attend to consent, end V we, f .rthe first time. soUdt th. pa- rTTl. rtr.'lnn T.IEEBAI. CASH ADVANCES I A A. "even t -..- rattan V.rfnr. issof every description. Libebax Cash Advancx MADE ON CONSIGNMENT-. r-Storage and coniisumrui. raiunro. pf S. I am Agent for The Adarea Express Company. marl- , " N. B. FOEEST, No. S T Adams-st, BEemp'nis, Ten., nm in. t rewlved from Nortri Carolina,, h twenty.flve likely young negroes, -to which hel BiJK desires to call tne suniuoa i J)Uiwuw...-iWn.-intwin th. T-eenlar re oelnt of negroes, from North and South Carolina every month. HU he gro Depot Is one of 'he most complete and commodlou esUbllsbmenU of the kind la the Southern country, a-w his regulations exact and systematic, caeanlineas, nevt nees and comfert being strictly cbsenrvd and enforced His aim is to furnish to custoi rs A. 1 servants. p. flild hands, sound and perfect in bocry aad mind. Ne groes taken on commission. ln" ROORI8 TO IaET. rRS. C. E. SATTERFIELD, earner ef Madlsoa and 1VL Second atreets, can e mm odatt several f smiles, I also Daf Boarders. Jatll-dswi ..-. . knr friends In the capacity of Cotton Factors We feel confident of our ability to please such as may j. .K.i. hn.ineii to onr charge. Our stock of Bag- ting Bone and General Supplies will not be excelled In the city: Cash advance, or acceptances, will only be a. n.i enta In store. Insurance on Cotton or ether Produce, in store, will only be effected ajou actual lnstrnctlsns, or whea -nder advance. Shipments of X v- .l.n..r. win. at all times, be Insured while la transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed oa the face of bills lading. To an our friends who have so liberally patronUed us during years past, we shall offer the same Inducements as heretofore for a continuance oi ineir i"""' a. rj M LVVN y'frJ B 55 k X7 ' e. sUPERI-RMB0-R8Qa FOR SALE BT Moo't. M. Ball9 15 Sycamore-sr., unwuuuu, H. G. McCOMAS, Commission & Forwarding Merchant, NO. 15 STCAM0RE STREET, mail 9-1 y CINCINATI, OHIO. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION, -X NKW1 SAVINGS BANK. & EXCHANGE OFFICE, No. 26 Madison Street. THIS Institution, having been organized under a charter granted by the General Assembly of the State of Ten nessee, Is now ready for business. The Directors for the enFKiWHITE, AUG'ST U. FOUTE, Pres't. O. J. SELDEN, E. M. AVERT, CAtrr. n. f n. en.eter tnarriea wninf ii aaa uiuurcu uiar l- poslt all sums oi not less than $1 per week, subject only t their control. Interest allowed on all depot 1U for n-. ihan fonr months, at six per cent, per aaaum. change oa New Tore and New Orleans and proceeds promptly remittea. Memphis, Tena. . Dec- 7U I-3& lr TV ATT C. R RADFORD. D0Z. Crucibles, Nos. 18 to 40; 16 Circular Saws. 43 to bo incnes ; 300 bbls. Newark Cement ; 200 " Plaster Paris-! A good stock of Gum Bolting; Flies of a superior quality, all sixes ; French Burr Mill Stones, all sizes ; A larce lot inferior Belting Cloth ; For sal. low at th. Union Feundry, Poplar street. EOV29 S. B. WILLIAMSON, (Successo' to lVUliamson fr Hancock,) GROCER AKD COMMISSION MERCHANT, IMrOBTEB or FINE WINES, BRANDIES, Havana Cigars &c. NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. Julyl Received this Day, Pin BBLS Mess Pot; U SO kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard; 25 tierces Sugar-Cured Earns; 20 kegs Shot, assorted sizes tAA V. I a tntl.Vw An of which we will sen cheap lor cash at ST.. i9 Front Raw, Memphis. jnly! 3. B. WILLIAMSON. GROCERIES, &c. THE subscribers keep oa hand the following articles, which they warrant to be of Brat quality, and for sale low for cash; Wheat Fans and Threshers ; E. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ; Wagons, Northern and Southern manufacture Bacon, hog-round ; Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco ; Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ; Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead ; Brandies and Wines, superior article J r ime Cement and Plaster Paris : Together with a general assortment of all articles usu 11 V,nl Ifl . KMHT SIATfi . U-Wf l& U1DOU.1, July. Nos. 1 aad 2 Exchange Building. Collections made 12 EW J300L 1 1 dumber : Lumber : TOlIftG & CO.'S jnnl3-dawly GATES. WOOD. Laths and Shingles. B0GERT & WITT are still making Laths, and ar. al ways prepared to supply the public with the best ar ticle at reduced prices. They are al.o mtUng Shingles and will keep a supply constantly on hand. Mill on Wolf river, above the Eayon. July IS, '58-ly Bacplnsr, Bale Rope ana twine, 0N8TANT1 f Oh STAN octs. rr.T nn tand and for sale by St. JSBIUSIld VobxM street. AT IjAlllli, IUUHU -v. vu. No. 259 Main Street. PRUE AND I, by George William Curtis. Irvlng's Sketch Bock of Geoffrey Ciayon. The American Citizen: His Bights and lngto the Constitution of the United States, by Jolio Hopkins, L. L. D. and D. D. Autobiography of Pe ir Cart wrlgbt, the Great Bark, woods Preacher, by Strickland. Sermons by S. II. Spurgcon, of London. LakeGnaml; Or, WanderlEgs la Southern Africa, by 'VMyrLast Cruise; Or, Where We Went aad What We Saw. With aa Account of Yoyarea to China, Japan Loocho Wands a'nd Liberia, by A. N. Habersham The Lives of the Lord cuanceiiurs oi x.siiiu,-, Joiitl Osmpbell, L. L. D. and F R. 3. Webster. Private Correspondence. Toumsn a Chemical Charts. Tonxa'an's Chemical Atlas. Web, let's Pocket Dictionary. Swedenborg'a Works. J I HAVE the largest assortment or Lumber cn hand 1 have ever offered, consisting la part of Seasoned Cy press and Poplar, , 1, 1 X and 2 Inches wide aad clear; am. c-a .mi BtIO: Jolce 2x8. 2x3.2x10 ana.;12; Scant ling 2x4, 2x5, 2x8, 3x4, 4x1, and 4x6 ; Weaiherboirdlng, Sheeting, Shingles and Walnut Lumber on hand ; al- larg. lot of dressed TeUow Pine Flooring an rough. Pop lar Flooring, nea ueoar rcaia oi an u. Tard on Batture, South side of Centra Landldg. JnnlS-dtwawly . it.. COCHRAN, ETCHATAKIVE & BRO.. NTJBS33BYMEN, SITUATED In Fort Pickering, cn th. norn Lake Boad. have on hand a fine as-. sortment of SHRUBBERT. In every ce- partraent, consisting la part of APPXJSS, PEACHES, PLUMS, 3?onro, C31aodLof Anricots. icctaviucs, kc. i.. D.,ni. Hirawber and Gran. Vines, In va rleUes with a good supply of Evergreens, Green House Plants, BuiDous iwois, --' - ,, . rfi.tanee. accomcanled with draft or or j " . .t.M. tnerehant at Memnhls. will be rune. tua'ly attended to, ana aii a-iaui. u. v.. and delivered to any part of the city, free of charge. We attend to arranging aou. w,iu u. or country, at the snonei nonce. e eo2o-2m J3" FORWARDING t. .h.'r rates cover ail exnenses from New Tork and PMIaJ.Ip-I- to TuicamMa aad Memphis, when shipped per steamers. 13" Consign your goods to Agent, South Carolina K. .. . . . i . i.., .... a f. n ft., cnaritaioa, aaa nave phuh ua.,... - u PhitUUn t Vi.vi. ts mriiia elalelv marked with conslgaees' same or shlpptag mark. Also, have marked upoa the n.rtim the Uerxit ordetiverv. aad the initials of the Road doltverlog. Attention to this matter prevents de- 1 ... .nil raiu-nn.iznmeBts. Goods by this route are transported with great dispatch overtae South Carolina, Geoigia, and -connecting reads, by Day and Night Express Trains. Shippers may relay confidently on the dispatch and certainty of jne Lnaries ton Line. TrRTTrR-R ADVANTAGES P.rsoas shipping by Sail Vessels and Pr.pellrs from Baltimore, New'ork, Philadelphia aad Boston, win re ceive Ihe fall benefit of aay contract they may maso wuu th ae vessels, aid by consigning Useir gooos io me astui of the South Carolina Road, they whl ls forwarded free of commissions, at ihe lollowl, g rates: FROM CHARLES IUN TO X;UJID1J.. Jiar".-. First Class, (see Classification bov.,)perl00pocnds $139 S Second UaJ, (do. do ) $1 8 " Third Class, (do do.) 9 87 S' 00 Special rates for light gOids, per ibo pouna'.. .......... . - Htt . m j. are ffeneraile but one dav oaicker th.n Pro- peUors, and from two to three davs qoUker than Sailing Vesaels, from .New xorx aao. a-anaueipuu, Eaitera ports, to Charleston. Aad where a tew days of time Is not an object, from 20 to 40 -eat. per 100 pounds, can be saved by .hipping on the latfr da. of Vessels We are bow delivering goods ia .Nason.ie ai irn 11 days from New Tork, and It will take about 3S hoara more to deliver at Memphis. FACTS FOR CONSIDERATION. i.i iThaiieatn has aab.cred aud pan aair mu tton to the Nashville aad Chatuaouga, and half a million .a th. Vmnhi. and C&arlesloa Ballioad. 2d. Savannah, ana roaaa leaaiag io uu yuiuv, ib.imI iwithin in Western Railroads. " - - . . v..l 31. All thiugs Detug equal, iiuae, raiea a.,; -w and Hoe which has co-tr.buted m largely to the advance ment r our Roads aad the deveknment of the resources of our Slate, should certainly be patronised In preference to tbos.' that nave ceuiuouiru uoiuiu.. ,,k v.,riiini Trananoriaiion i.mea nave so .iauu. urxin Southern people. The Charltston Line Is composta t Roads, all "home Institutions," connecting the grea. Father of Waters wiia tne Aiiaaitc aeaooaru Rih lnertbarcesDvtaia iuno wui do promouj Justed by thn Agent of tho Memphis and .narieswu Raureaa. . rdmi den rtment m Chailesun Is under the exeluslve management of the old established house of E LArtTTI & CO . wno-e experieace ana iuowii icyu tatlon lor promplness, Is a guaranty that the business 111 be well attend., a to ana goo promptly u-putu; Exp-xse bills, showing cnarges i. vnaneaum, wm mailed to consignees. Remember that geoas oy i learners iroui v.. and Philadelphia are forwarded wnen ceniignea auu marked as directed, free of alt charge. When shipped by sailing vessels or propellers, they will te forwarded f reecf commissions, drayage and wharfage only charged. SPECIAL. NOTICE. Vr-i-Ma to all Stations on tho MemDbls aad Charleston Railroad between Stevens, n and Tuacumbta, are entitled and wilt te chargid the same rate as to Tuscumbla, and all points between Teseuattxa ana -t ropan, in. same rate as to II' 3310. The rate by Charles b a shall at all tim-i b as low as bySavanuah, aadaa cnaages wm do aaiy announces im tho Memphis papers. For further taiormaiien, appty w or iwrrn CHAS. W ANDERSON, Western Agent, Charleston Line, No. 2SCollese Street. NasivUIe, Tenn. HRNRT TONGS, Eastern Agent, Charleston Line, ip3.lt No. 193 Broadway, New Tork. II .if I Jj 11 O .2 1) COMPLETED. RAILROAD connect lam direct from MEMPHIS to New Tork Philadelphia, BaltlBwrt. Washington i ii y. Richmond, Charleston, and Sara-nab. THROUGH TICKETS sold to tne ratio wing points Nashville, Custtaacvga, Augusts. Charleston, Wilming ton, Atlanta, Moatgcmery, Coiara.as, Ga., Macoa, and Savannah. XHKOUGII TO NASHVILLE IX 23 EOORJL Through Ticket OSce st the Commercial Hot 1. Mem phi. Teas.. P M PATTERSON, Ageat. Ttcxeu always geoa. Fare s low as ky aay other flrsuclass route. For Passeogers, a new route Is new osenid tasi sr. ERN and ATLANTIC CITIEi, unaurpaa.w'i in cota tort .ad safety direct aad expeditious, with connections sate Pasting tboagb slave territory, perfect security Is tSered for the conveyance of servants. r.r FREIGHT from New Tork, and at her Eastern cities by s earners te Charleston or Savannah, aad railway di rect te Memphis. 1 he atteatiea of Soothers and Western Merchants is sailed te this route, being as cheap, a-4 more expeditious, thaa any other Tureuga rates aaa ccanectioes established. The ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANT is now la connec tion with this line. The THROUGH MAILTRAIN leaves M ear his DAILT. at 7 o'clock a.m., (6:15 Memphis time J concerting with Eastward and Westward trains b tae NashviUe and Chattanooga Railroad, at Steveasas, same day .aa woanecia ai uraaa jancuoa wita ttra Mississippi Central Railroad to Holly Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Can ton. Jackson, ac, lie AIo connects at Grand Junction St lien with Tennes see Central Railroad to Bolivar, aad Jackson. Akooaaaecu at Pocahontas with Trl-Weekly Lis. of Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen aad Columbus. Mississippi. The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Memphis DAILT (except Sundays) at 2:16 r. If., (2:30 Memphis tlsie,) lor JUBctkn with the Mississippi Ctairal aad Ten nessee Central RaLroads. SomervUle aad intermedia: Stations. Baggage checked to aU stations oa the lUBroad, and no Baggage will be received without being checked. Each passenger w be allowed seventy-five pounds ef baggage by Railroad, and sixty pounds by Stage ; but nu article wlB be carried as baggage that is net lacUeat te th. person of the passenger. In case of loss th. Com. pany will held themselves responsible for an amount not exceeding $100. Passenger i are requested to purchase Tickets before teriag the cars, aad save payment of extra fare. Negroes, when traveling alone, must have a permit, na ming the point to which they .are to go, and specifying that they are to travel oy railroad, or they wtH not be carried. No ticket will be sold them, nor will they be re ceived on th. cars, unless their owner or agent be present or known to the Jkiet Agent aad CoDd actor, or other person to vouch far genuineness of permit. F. C. ARMS. General Superintendent, HuntsviHe Ala. sep21 B. ATBJSS. Superintendent of Transportation. Memphis, Tenn. Notice to Owners & Agents of Negroes TBATZLIXO BT THE Mempliis and Charleston Bailroad. ON and after MARCH 29th. Negroes traveling alone aa the Cars of this Com piny mast have a Permit, specifying tbey are to tra-M by Railroad Their owner or his agent mat be present to procure ihe ticket, aad to place thn Negro abjard the cars; ar semep rson, known to the Station Ageat or Conductor, mast vouch for the genuineness of the PeraiK. raaraS-dlm B. ATRE3. Snpt. of Transportation KTCHAVARNE it BRO. TRAVELING PUBLIC LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST. TUR0CGU TICKETS 10 niSSOT.IITION. . THE co-partnership heretofore existing between Drs. r. P. WATSON & A. L. KIM BRO, has been dis solved by mutual consent. Dr. Klmbro settles tho old business.' - . j- g Dr. aUMBKO wm continue Business a. oacc.on'Unlon street Jan2t-daw3nl Sweet Potatoes ONE THOUSAND BUSHELS best Sweet Polatoesfor sale at the first Toll -Gate on Hernando Plank Road. Priee$3perbhl. J"..T. MITCHELL. mtrl6-tf O a- DtTl. It J3 Premium GalleryV HAVINGlnst returned from a business tour NortK with all th facilities for taking One, durable Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, &c, I am now ready In person to serve my frllndi and the vn ner.iir in hit line, on th most reanable terms. . ,A.l n.f.n. . rA rl.r vn nrnMRiet to offer the public My establishment Tias to stand cr faU amid an th. blazonry of Its nelghbof f, upon its ow merits. ' 7 sep2-dawtw ROOTS. SnOES. BROGAXS. &C. DO you want to buy Shoes of any kind Ladies', Mens', or Children, Gentle- ens'. Boys and Tooths' flue or common BOOTS. SHOES, or BKUUAX3? uo to 301 Main Street, Memphis, - a. tv H. nuat's Qaeeosware Store, where there is now opening a Urge and entirely new stock, and where all woo wisn can kivwuujuuik. a.cituci sale or retail, at low pi ice., ior cam. narl0-2m' WALLACE & TAN PELT3. ice: ice: ice: -t-TAVING completed our MAMMOTH ICE HOUSE on nrrpared to furnish our friends and customers with ICE 1 u,taace over t e Panola rout. Is slxty-Uv Amm 1 11 ...f... ... n..Vln will I Au - atlaOI,.-ll rbl tlw-.-i. rtll u.u.. .... , n- be promptly and carefully attended to laall teasons of I Ia a veeki th. Mississippi Of ntralBaUroad win a. th. vear at lowesi raiei. i (,ni,d ta the Talianatcnie river, siui scorienmg m- The community may depend upon our supplying tntnl Uuglng seven miles less. Travelers will look to theli Tri'h Ice at the above rate. It is our Intention to keep I p, ,n(i pocket. A word to the wise U sufficient. vrlce. within means oi ine poor as wen as ricu. i -m jor Tickets or Information apply to silts st . i .,, i . ... -nr-.w.TtA.t . I tne lfam.1 : . . , . . . , :v.. .,.... ii cr vn uium n., .. . w- - i agents, a. me xvauroau, oiag. auu wuiuioua v. inoin ice iiou,., us -. w. I-- i flr- commercial lioiei. icu. Street,! wm w pnu-juj iui. mar21-6m DOTAL. ALGE0 St CO. For Baltimore, YTasliiiigton, New Yorlc, Pliiladelpliia, Sic Direct Through Line for the East I Baltimore anil OJiio SAILR0AD. THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (TJ9 mlles,) and to Washington, (100 miles,) and presents th. faUest advantages both aa a freight and passenger liae. It runs through wild aad romantic regions of the AUeghenies ; and being solidly constructed completely eqalpped aad carefully managed, la one of the most at tractive ana saiesi ruuiru-us ui me .uiiea states. The Central Ohio Raitroad, from Columbas aad ZAaesvme to Wheeling, unites this road with all portions of the West sad Southwest. THE OSLT TH30COH TICKETS TTLOU MrMjniS, LocisritxE and St. Louii ta the National Me TBoroLts, are sold by this road, which runs direct te Washington wltaout the delay of passing through Balti more. It la also the oaly liae by which baggaze caa be checked to Washington from the Ohio river. 53"By the mail koitte from Memphis, take the mall steamers, running daily for LooiivDUe, connecting there with mail steamers or Jeflersonville Railroad for Cincin nati, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars of Little Miami Railroad far Columbus, connect 3ii there with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark andZaae rille, to Wheeling. By the express train of this route, the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore aad to Wasblngtca is less thaa 27 hours. X3Ba sure to ask for tickets by the Baltimore and 0hla Railroad Rout.. 3Passengers from Memphis going East through St Louts, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. This route lays through Vincennes, Terra Haute, Indiana polls, etc, u in aeeiwg. over ue new Ohio and Mississippi and connnecting Roads. These connections are ail direct, and the time from St. Louis ta Baltimore or Washington Is but about 43 hours. Through Tickets by this rout, may De naa or in. Agent, under the Tlan- ter's lieust, ai ine reuowuix rates : jrrom at. Louis to Baltimore $25; to Washington $28. At Wheeling tae passen ger taxes the superior earl cf the Baltimore aad Ohio Railroad, which leave three time dally tor Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New Tork. Through is io or 1 1 noun, ixcrodlag stoppages. For safety, speed, regularity, oeauty of Ihe country, and general comfort, this road la second to none la the Union. FREIGHTS. This company possesses th. largest equipment of any Railroad in the United Slates, and Is preparea io ua an lummuo ouuni tranvportattCQ. The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and In the streets of Baltimore with th. Railroad ta Philadel phia and ew ion, sieamers er jsncsson and Baltt atOBE anaainir iKi, uj oaoai aaa sea to New Tork, and by new Merchants' and Miners Line ta Boston, steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, Ac. Por particulars, see freight tariff; copies of which may be had of the Forwarding Houses In the West, or of J. B. Fobd, Receiving auu xvrwuu.. lzeji. at v aeeting. WM. 3. WOODSIDE, Master of Transportation. Baltimore. A. T. LAVALLETTE, Juc25-ly Agent, SI Front Row, Memphis. 53-2! GREXADA. Fare lcduccCl to G SO, VIA THE M-ATn-iiis and Caiariestoii ana Mississippi Central icaiiroacis, "lONNECTINUte-muessouinoi uonj btu I , .niv.iTtr. ala miles of SUglns the cheapest, mos' .....nr. and anlckest route by from four to ten hours r . . ' . . . . i. n.11. .-. iv.. On this rouie ine Biasio - ww . ....... .... on the Panola route, although the Utter Is represented t be but fifty-two miles staging and fltteen boa. a throttle T.Or.KETS! I.OC5etETS! TUST rec- Ived, a fine assortment of superior GOLD J LOCKETS, male expressly for Melalnotypes, Dy W. H. DESnONG. 181 Main street, t e bl3 Opposite th Wottham nonse. Citv Tax Pa-ers. i T TAT PATERS arf notllled that the Tax Book for 1 j the rrent corporate year Is now mad. out, and win be kept it th. office of the Mayor, where all persons interested ara earnestly tnviieu loan ana eeiu.. FAKE REDUCED! Prom Memphis to Jackson, $3 50. From Memphis to Nashville, $10 50 Tia Jackson, Waynesboro and Columbia. CONNECTING near Brownsville with the phla nd Ohio Railroad and at Thompson with the To - nessee and Alabama Railroad. This Is the cheapest root e to Middle Tennessee, and travelers ara asssred that no pains or expense will be spated to render them comforta ble. The coaches, horses and drivers are superior. Our liae connects at jacs son wiia. . . w. Korwooa . Co.'. line of four horse post coaches to Naihvina. jnlylS u.wwi) a, iruai-.ta. Coal : Coal : - rt COAL hat com. at last; wind and bad weata r JVJL has kept it hack so long. I received one pair t hoatS. (l.,wUU sarrvts J oui or luur yair ma. a oa w bought, this (Satuiday) evening. I shall be at the B 1 OSce from this time out, reaay ra wsii oa my menu sum customers with a large and constant stock of CoaL I have had a supply of Coal on haad for the last four and a halt years until a short spell the utter part or January. I will cow promise two-things tnac l wm lay in mora Coal, audit I task a dollar on It I will keep It axaoea; -a at home. I buy my Coal at the head of the creek at Brit rest. march.-tf THOS. JAMES.