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WRIGHT HAS reraaved te Xgan's Buildings, on Adams street, oppestte the Worsham Heuse. apl7-lm Dr. R. L. EASKI, LATE Stan Physician and Dl-ectsr of several Hospitals ta Germany, member of CUSerent Medical Societies in New Tork, lias located la the city of Memphis, and of fers his services to the public as Physician, Accoucher, and for attg-serations la S -rgery. X3T Oatea oa Washington street, between Mala and Sfoaed. oct30 HOMEOPATHY. WA. EDMONDS, M D , (Uteot Hepklnsvine, Cy.) . Heaespatbic aad Hydropathic Physician, tenders Ms prefessioaal services to the dlixens of Memphis. Reseaeace kadison street, crx. to the Piaaicg M1U. Offlee Madison street, adjoining the Advocate oSce. Refers to MoOeubs & Trice, J. Torlan k. Son, W J. Davie and W. E. Milton. raar22-Cm DRS. MOORMAN & BROWN. OFFICE ea A4asss street, ia rear of Jones, Brows k. Oh., tm Mam street. Dr. Moormsa'a residease en Echols street, between Taaoe aad Elliott streets. maart6-3s W. G. TTEATHERFORD, C60NSKLOR AT LAW, aad Real Estate Agent, Kapo. leen. Ark. Refer ta A. Tfright. Esq., and Col. R. G. Payne, Mem phis ; Jadse R. L Carathers, Supreme Court ; E. O. Kastaaa, Esq., Nashville; Major G. A. Henry, Clarks Tll XeMi , and Gea. T. B. Fieuraey, Desha Co., Ark. saarM dawly CHAS. D. FONTAINE, ATTORNKT AT LAW, Pen to toe. Miss., -will attend . strictly to aTi Trafessieaal business which maybe atrusted ta him in any of the Courts of North Missis sippi. feb!7 ly J. A. MOON, ATJORKZT AT LAW, General Cedectlng aad Land . Aseatfi, !r the Northern aad Eastern Counties of Arkansas, DES ARC, ART. feWS-dawly E. O. RIVES. ASTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis, Teen. Office is the Post Office Building. ABbustaesseBtrusledtohis care win receive prompt asd fiKhfal attentten. OVrilectisns promptly mads in the sarroandiBS cacatly of West Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. Jaalt-dawly 1 Card DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, SR., has returned to bis old homestead near Memphis, aad reopened his Inarm ary, and vH remain permanently. He treats the follow er Chronic Diseases : Cancers, ScrofTola, Whl e Swning, Tenure aad Wtas. without Sartical operations. He also treats aM OhroBK Female diseases, Sjres.f lcugst&adlng. Tetter, Rheumatism, Syphilis, aad all forms of Mercurial AfTectseas. Dr G. deems it asaecess ary to say more, as he"has llv sg witaeases ef his success from Maine to Oregon. declt4awly JAMES M. MURPHY, Groza.o'treaA TmnrT ja.gont, JACESONPOKT, ARC, TT77LL attend personally to the locating of Swamp Land VV Scrip aad Warrants In the Jacksoaport and Helena Districts, setting Land and paying Taxes. Beferences. E. Graham.Memphls.Teca.; A. S. Huey, Little Rock; R.O. Brlakley, xsj t. sun, mus.; J. Norton & Co., N. O.; J. A. Rousseau, LaGraage, Term ; V. E. Butts, Lawrencevine, Pa , Pool &.Watsonackaoapart W. M. Fetweil, " T. Lane . Co , " H. P-CoAiidge, Helena,; Myrtltt Moore, " AHea Pelk, " O. W. Beard, Jacksesport; dec27-ly DR. THOS. KELLER, LATE et Tascarabia .Alabama, has located permanent ly la Memphi., ad oSers his services to the public ta all the branches of his profession He has takea the eCce heretofore occupied by Dr. Bryan, corner of Shelby aad Cossn streets. Having recently made a caret nl aad geaeral selection of Surgical Iastrumeats, he is prepared for aH the operations of Surgery. Residence oa Sii'by street, beiweea H-llng and Trexevaat streets. myB-ly R. G. PAYNE, ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. OfSce la the . Past OSce BaUding, Jeflerson street. martlJIy J. A. ANDERSON. ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. OSce la Walker's BaUding, ovtr MansSeld'a Drag Store, Main street. JaalO-Iy DR. 1TM. HEWITT WILL praetiee mediciae, on the principle that there Is good's all systems, and none all saflcient. OBe. eo Jetfersaa street. In the Post OSce Building, second dopr from the Post OSce. Residence oa the corner of Kerninio aad EIHott streets. REFERENCES: Coi. J. B. Stanton. S. Adams, Esq., Haywrod county. Rev. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. Madln, Fayette county. Jd, SotaerrHe. Eq., F T. Madln, Esq.,Tlptoa county. J(. L. Webb, J. B. Asne, jiempnis. ebs-csm SMITH P. BANK.HEAD, i TTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Term. Office la the Zi. Post OSes Block, over Aydlett h. Oo., third story. ap R. F. EOONEY, ATTORNET AT LAW. OfSca ever C. W. Cherry k Co.'s Jan6-tf B. C BROWN, ATTORNET AT LAW, Marioa, Ark., practices la PhHtlpa, Crittenden, Mississippi, Green, Randolph, Lawrence, independence, Jacksoa, Poinsett, St. Fraacis PVw.f CeBntles, in Arkaasas. oct7-d6m 3. WIOKEXSHAM ..ED. A. IEECHEB, WIC&ER1SHAM & BEECHER, ATTORNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Teaaessee. OSce, No 21 Jeg-rson street Janlf T. RIC3IAB.OJ0X..W. W. W HE ATLE T. . M . A n OOt. Riclxardson, Wheatlcy & HicsBy ATTORNETS AT LAW Once ca the corner of Second . aad Court streets, Memphis, Teaa. - ocll-ly GEO. DIXON, ATTOF.NET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis, Teaa. OfSce, south side of Court Square, one door wast of Wallace's Auction House, ap stairs. tebS-dlf BEN. SHERROD, ATTORNET AT LAW, Oovingtan, Teaa. AH busmei n entrusted to his care win receive prompt atteatios. JalylVtf D :. DUBOSE, AraORjnKT AT LAW, Memphis, Teaa. OCce en east aids et Mala street, between JeCeraon aad Adams.: -Befsr to I. Titus, McEwta, Karris k McNeill, J. D. WCIasu, W. . Mlllrr and Miles Owts, Xaaphls, Teas.; Josa.M h 0a XtwOrlMCs, acltU ismss ufs E STOKE. X S IE2 , WHOLESALE DEALER IX BOOTS, SnOES, LEATHER FINDINGS, il VT VF Al' V Sa A. y (UT-STAIRS. OVER. LOCKE'S AUCTION RQOM.) HAS Jat recti red sixty cases staple Boats sad Shoes, which will be sold as low as the same ar ticle conM now be purchased tor East. Also a lot of choice Leather, which will be soM rery cheap. I will pay the highest cash prices for ntdes. Sheep skins, Furs. P itry. Tallow, Beeswax, ax. apJO-lm 3rA.HOI3:s 1857. BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c. WHOLESALE AND EETAIIi. BTlste arrivals, we are la receipt of all ticds of Boots, Shoes and Dais, that are sew and desirable, mitins one of the Urcrst and brst stock of llaeeastom made work for retail trade Jo be found In Uemphls. Prices will be lew for cash. Call and see. mess, TKKsr & axdersos; So. S45 Mala street, xasrC5-dly Opposite Court Square, Memphis. AT WIIOE.ESAILE : BOOTS. SHOES MD . HATS. OCtt strock ia the wholesale department is now large aad complete to which we re spectfully rail the attentioa of Merchants 'only. Those bayinc f.r cash, or satisfactory pa per, at short dates, will find It to their interes. to give os a call before making their purchases. S3- Wholesale Rooms up stairs HICKS, TERET & ANDERSON, No. 2 Mala strtet, apS-dawly Opposite Conn Se,mre. Memphis. B. VT. SlORHIt.. C WABD. IttOItRES & WARD, AIH DEALXRS IS 2?oroisn tSs X3 om oa tio Hats, Caps, Boots, Slioes.. &c, JVC 295.' MAIN STREET, (One door south of Monroe.) atS-3m MEMPHIS, TEXN. J. J. JEKST J. BOBO JAMES BORO & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, TKNN. feb21-dawly --' "J. B. SHAEPE, : WHOLESALE TOBACCO FACTOR., ao. 35 Xlcdbon-ft., betsceen from noia ana jiaia, MEMFHIS, TENN., WOULD respectfully Inform the merchants el, Mem phis aad surrocawin; country, that he has permaV neatly located his Agency f r the sale of aU grades of Tir glsla Tobacce, aad intends to keep constantly oa hsa 1 1 turned frisra the cities of Virginia, wherehe estaUisheo tack eanal to the demand, at manufacturers' prices. Being fully able to compete with the New Tork, BalU racre, Cincinnati and New Orleans markets, be invite the attention cf all dealers in the above article to hi; stock before purchasing elsewhere. ap2I daw6m m J. B. SHARPE. A a. nAKCOcg... Late "Wnilamsoa & Haacock. .B. a. CLAHE....OEO W. TROTTER. Late Aydlett & Late of Sotaerville. Co. HANCOCK, CLARK & CO., Wholesale and IVetail Grocers, DEALERS IX. BAGGING, BOPE, BACON, T.ABD, PORK, FLOUR, AJTD SS. n KliTiriq o? Produoo, NO. 16 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS TRNN fetSv Co-Partnersliip Notice. R. MILTON McKNlGHT lateof Ntw Orleans, ha bereme associated with as irfthe Grocery-apd Coei- mlssisa Business dating from tbelst Inst The siyjeof thevflrm vfl hereafter be GATES WOOD & MCKNIGHT Memphis, Feb. 10, 1S57. GATES & WO0B S. M. GATES A. MWOOD M. M'OIOnT. GATES, "WOOD & SIcKNIGHT, G r o c a v s , Produce AITD ' COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHL . A GENTS Hetard Powdsr Company : Colliers' Trhit' XL Lead ana uu uompaay, at. erpool Sslk Loaif; for sale of LI' V- feb!3-USJan ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY HUBER & WINHELMANN, AND CABINET MAKERS, Main-St., 3d Door oelow Union, ABE prepared to fill all orders la the nouse Carpentering and Partitori basi neM with neatness and dicpatcb. Repairing aad Varnishing executed la the best style. We warrant all work dsneinour shop. Glv. ts a call. fet7-Sm J. C. JACOB! & CO., (No. 32S Main, bet. Union and Gayosc-sts.,) Importers and Manufacturers 01 HAVANA & DOMESTIC CIGARS AND TOBACCO. C0NSTANTLT on hand, a large assortmeat of the most favorite brands, at moderate prices. Jan25-ly A. J. WALT & CO., WHOLESALE AlfO RETAIL G MO M MS , ' 1 ASD DEALERS' IS ALL ElSDS Or UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE, Sautheast Corner of Main and Union Sts., MEMPHIS, TENN., HAVE always oa hand a well and carefully selected stock at articles In their line, which they will jell at the lowest current prices. X3 Orders promptly filled with dispatch, jaaljdatw-ly COMMISSION MERCHANT AltD ' General lgent9 0C23-U MEMPHIS, TEKN. D. PANTE & CO., Lard Oil, Soap and. Candle MANUFACTURERS, 141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn. THE highest market prices paid for rough aad rendered Tallow, Lard aad Soap Grease. nov2-l JOHN B. B0TT0, BOOT AND SHOE MAiStFACTsJIVEll, No. G6 Front Row, SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT, mCoTTi TpTi i es, Tonn., .tbm KEEPS coustsatlyoahaad. BOOTSand BTali SHOES, of bis own make, also of other 53 f mLl msnnlactnrers. lie keps, also. Leather, y Sole and IlDDer. Calf Skins. French and American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags andVs Hses, all of which he wi I sell as cheap as aay In this market. Give him a call btf ore purchaslag elsewhere, decl9 H. B- FOREST, liEA'Li'ElV IX SliiWES, No. 87 Adams-st, Mempliis, TenM HAS lust received from North Carolina,-. 4f twenty- Ave likely young negroes, to which be desires to call the atteatioa of purchasers. Oa tt. win be In the resalar recelnt of nezrc-s.2 from North and South 'Carolina every month. His Ne gro Depot Is oae of he most complete a Da commoaiou establlsbmeat of the klodia the Southern couatry, a-w his regulatioas exact and systematic, cleanliness, out aess and co-nfert being strictly observed and enforced His aim ta to furnish to customers A. 1 servants acw field hands, soaad aad perfect la body aad mind. Ne groes takea on commission. In2t E. W. RUCKEK, Surveyor and Draughtsman, OFFERS his services to the public aiid will give prompt atteatioa to aay baslaess connected wlih his vocation. He may be found, at his race on the west, sldeotMaln street, south of Union, (Caaovan's Build ing,) No. SIS, unless absent ca professional business. REFERENCES. J. E Chad wick, Henry G. Smith, J. M. Prcvlne, Robertson Tepp, B B. Wsddell, Philip H. Thcalpsin, Joha S. Claybrook. feb5-6m Laths and Shingles. B0QERT & WITT are still raaklaf Laths, and are al ways prepared tosapply the public with- the test ar ticle at reduced prices. They are al-o mtkiae Shlaglea. aad will keep a supply constantly oa hand. Mill on Wolf "river, above the Bayou. July 13, '66-ly Choice Irish Potatoes. 120 saloby k3t - - B. MERRILL, 6 Uwroe.strset, TV ,f R. O. O. BOONE, fate of Loulsvjle, Ky., has becoms 1YJL associated with as ia the Grocery and Commission Business, dsticg jrom the isi instant. MASON, KORVELL, & BOOXE, COTTM EACTORS GEt)CERS Commission & Forwarding Mcrcliaats. "No. 161Main-St.r Memphis, Tonn BAGGING. Rope, Jean, Llnseys, and a general stock of Flints! ion sorpueg roastantlyjdn harxi. spJ E. 21. APrER30a....C. DELOACir.... DAVID APAMI e. ar. appeusox & co., COTTON -FACTORS, Commission & Forwarding Merchants A2?D DEALERS IX BAGQING.EOPE, GROCERIES, &c, WO. 65 FRONT ROW, and 6JEFFERS0X-ST . MEMPHIS, TKNN. T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and X Sildng Cotton. PRATT'S COTTOX GINS. WE are Ageata for the sale of D. PRATT'S celebrated COTTON GINS which have been so favorably known for Ihe last number 6f yearj. Persons wishing to purchase V rnfn,cMl in rsll rA evsmina then. All nini are K1 . .ns-kno Jj- nolljsaprinBs, atss., Times, uteneoa, iius., e- pubib-anj Paacia, aiiss.,siar, lian svuio, Aia , jiuvd catei Tuscumbia, Ala . Enquirer; Br. wusvllle, Tenn., Jocrsal, copy six months. nd na pus t tnt orace A. 1H. ISOPKIiVS & CO., trfSucecuon toPoicelli- Co.,) Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MES5CHAKTS, V NO. 41 UNION STREET, sep!7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA. S. WILDS VERSOH, D. C. WILLIAMS, V Late of Paaola, Miss. W. A. BETAS, ( M. K. BR YAH, Late of LaGraage, Tenn. YEEiW, BEYAI & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwardiii; MERCHANTS, Ko. 6 Frant Row, over aieccham k. Galbralth's, MEMPHIS, TENN. T) ARTICULAR atteatioa paid to Storiag, Shipping aad A. Selling Cotton. Charges w cents per aaie. J3 All cotton sent to us will be covered 3 Insurance, unless otherwise Instructed. an&j .WAKQLAW HOWARD I......X..WM. T. HOICARD. .-W.HO.WAIIU & CO., Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, NO: 4 HOWARD'S ROW. MEMPHIS. -rEALERS"in EsKglngRope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo IJ lasses. Rice. Flour. Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt, Loodop Porter, Ale, Wine, Whlfcy, Vlnejar, Guaao, Lime, Land-Plaster, 'and Groceries generally. A good stock now oa baud, aad for sale at reasonable prices. $3"ash advances made oa Cottcas la store for sale or shipment. All Cottons insured unless otherwise instruct ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covers -all Cotton con signed to us by water ; also, the risk of Fjre while ia store, unless otherwise lastrncted. Oar prices for storing aad selliag Cottons, the same aa, we have charged for years past Hf rv eeaU perTosle. InlvOT BEKJ31&EID . J. M. REID. B. REID & BRO., o-t t o si Factors Commission Merchants, NO S3TR0NT JtOWAMESPHIS, TKNN. ALL Cotton seat to oar address ihsared, unless instruc tions to the contrary are -received. Plantation orders tHled with tare. Store and Sell Cotten at fifty cents per bale. ni-c'-tmvi? T P- ATDLETT.. ........... . ....?. C. DOBOHCRTI, Sta Orleant. . filmfiu. T. P. AYDLEfT &-CO., COTTON FACTORS FORWARDING MERCHANTS, no. 89 GRAVIER-ST., SEW ORLEANS. DOUGHERTYli aydlett, "WHOLESALE -GR0 CEBS . -A3tD - COMMISSION MERCH ANTS, NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TX71LL make cash advances in alI"(X ttoa or other Pro VV dac shipped to T. P. Aydlett fc Co., New Orleans. CUDDY, BROW & GO., COTTON FACTORS AXD OEXEnAL Commission Iflcrcliants, 36 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. 7t.Sn advanses made on an Cotton or other Produce KJ consigned as above, by MILES OWEN. Jaall-tf B.-HIERRILL, COTTON FACTOR AKD COMMISSION MERCHANT, Xo. 5 Monroe Street, bet Front Kow "&Main, (SOU1H SIDE,) Memphis, Tennessee. PARTICULAR attention paid to sale aad shipment of Oe'ton and other Produce Bagging, Rope aad Plantation Supplies furnished at lowest market prices- oct2S T. B. NORMENT, Cotton Factor ASE k COMMISSION MERCHANT, HOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK, Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row, MEMPHIS) TENS. A LARGE stock of Bagging aad Rope always oa hand. Q. Jol.v2-dawly ' rELIX WALKER New Orteaus, La. K. C. SSIDEB, Cuffeevllle, Mill. WALKER & SNIDER, Cotton Factors ASD Coinnussiosi Merchants, No. 123 Canal Street, JulylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA. I. L. BEASLEY A. W.LOTI2CB. BEASEEY & L.OVING, Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants AXD 3--o noral Grooorsi NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. A LARGE Etccirof Rope and Bagglag always oa hand. Charges fifty cents per bale, all other Produce at usual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt riattance. All P.oduc insured, unlets otherwise In structed. " aug20 dawly T. J. DAVIDS OS .J. B. ELLIS A. C. BLAIR DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR, COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS, Receiving, Forwarding and General COMMISSION MERCHANTS, A'o. 219 afain Street, Eait tide between Jeffcrton end Aiam,' MeiaphU, Tenn. TOPB, Bagging aad Plantation Supplies always oa Al 1 hand. JaaSO-dawtf t. ti. GATES... .....A. ft. WOOD. GATES & WOOD, COTTON EACTOBS, GEOCEBS, Frodnco and Gecsral CoaaissioB So. 3 Union Street, between Main and Front Row, 3IKJ1PUIS, TENN. AFTER an active application to builness, for over tlevea years, we, for the first time, solicit the pa tronage of oar friends In the capacity of Cotton Factors. We feel coacdeat of our ability to please such as may cosfldd their business to .our charge. Our stock of Bag ging, Rape aad General Supplies will not be excelled la the city. Cash advances, or. acceptances, will only be made on eoBFignmcnts la store. Insurance oa Cotton ot other Produce, in store, will oaly!e efiected noon actual instractlsas, or when aader advance. ShipmeaU of Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be lasured while la transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on the faceof bills lading. To all our friends who have so liberally patroniied as during years'past, we shall offer the same inducements as heretofore for a continuance ot their patronage. JualS-Iawly GATES &. "WOOD. GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION, ANEW SAYINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE, No. 26 Madison Street. THIS Institution, having been organized under a charter .gricledby the General Assembly ef the State ot Ten nessee, la now ready for business. The Directors for the ensuing year are : FRANK M -WHITE, AUCST M. F0UTK. Pres't. C. J. SELDBN, E. M. AVERT, Cashier. By the charter, married women and children may de posit all scats 01 cot less than $1 per week, subject only to their ooatrol. Interest allowed oa all depoilta for more thaa four mouths, at six per cent, per annum. Ex change on New Tors aad New Orleaas. Collections made aad proceeds promptly muitted. ' Memphis, Tcnn. Dec. 7th. 1856. ly Pumpkin Seeds. A, TEW bushels Irish Pumpkia Seed,.far sale by ; spia ward twoxxi. nshtcs$ (fork "WALKER & BROTHERS, No. 79 Front Bow, 3IAXUFACTIIRERS OF CLOTHING, ASD WHOLESALE SEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY IHy Goods, Hoots fc SUocs A RE Just receiving and rpeatag a spieaaia asieruneni XX of Spring and Summer Goods, to which tbey can tne espectalatt'Btloa of Couatry Merchants aad River Tra ders. Our facilities ate such as to compete wlih aay, aad to undersell a good many. Please can ana see. marl0-d3m t.r rriu A. CUKHinoHAai NEVIELi & CUNNINGHAM, DEALERS IN SLAVES No. 174 Mala Street, three doors North cf Adams, WE have thlrtT-five likely Negroes for sale, for sale, a d sup- Qi :".loy.,4 ats aluJB nit win keen constantly oa Banc a so ni.nf llkelv Nezroes. corsl t.agof nien, jna gins, ufiu - - m t t which wll bi sold oa reasoaame terms, aaa imiy guar-i "wewi'l also Board and Sell Negroes, on commission belas well provldtd fortaat pnsmess. ap-.Kiawiy SPRING GOODS. threat isargatns9 AT PRIMPS & WHITE'S No. 233 Main Street. WE Invite attention to our large stecs 01 jpnm u-. Summer Goods, which we are selling and iaad to sell cheap for cash. . J. P. PRESC0TT & CO , MANUFACTURERS OP LARD OIL.j SOAP AND CANDLES, Foot of Jefferson Street, ME&LPHTS. TENN. WE also keep oa haaa uuviui ot.nu uii wmui wc guaranty to answer all purposes for which Lard Oil is used, wenavecernncaiesiroia compeicm juusc. to this effect. We can seu it un per cent encaper uu Lard Oil. aiu-am .2 , Ij mjl i jl: SsjFiiisr and sniiiiner GOODS. THE 'subscriber takes pleasure In anaonnclng to his friend, and the trabllc genera 1. thtt he has Just opeaeublsjargeand carefully.selectfd stock of bTAPLE and FANCT'GOODS suttf d to.the Spring and Summer seasons, which are ca salelow to cash at prompt paying oastomers, tor th ladies Eucenla, Miryaretie, Gren adine, Organdy, B rsge and Muslin liotws; peautirai nlsln and fancy rouii ie 11, unsiauw,i-iu, nki Masllns uiagnsms ana rrinis, nm u., iu Pmhv.i rm Swiss Mantles: seta Honltoa, Maltese. Point aad Mnslln Sleeves and Collars t-Bugle, Glmpure, Thread aad ether Laces; F'lnges. kiodoui, uress irimmingi, G'oves, Hosltry, Skirts of alljlads, Ladles' Umbrellas aad Parasols, etc 1 nr n.di.lfade Clothinr. Cloths. Caslmeres. TL,t shnes. Hats. Oiaaburgs. bleached, sad brown Sbl tings and Bbeetirlis, Unens. Llneu Drills, uiton- ades, and in a wrd every lams in ine nry joou. iiuc. Couatry Merchaats are offbred tre.t Inducements. Call-and examine my stock. No charge .for .bowleg goods - -A- OUA.IH, Aap9-tf xo. -i aw 'wre 1 ."niuc. latest Arrvvals s ' ' JSEW. GOOBS." isTEW" .GOODS ! Wp are now la receipt of aJarge poriion of oui Beau tiful and magnificent Spring stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. - Consisting ia part of ELEGANT SILKS, GRENADIN83,. PONGEE SILKS, ' BERAOa and ORGANDEE ROBES, 'LACESrOf overy variety. CTnmsiTTi T.ACK fcETTS aad EMBKO'DERIES. of every desfcrjption all lateststjles. A general ana ccmp e e asonraeoi. or nwiw uawi Gents neths: Plain and Fancy C isslmeres and Testings, of the most approved patterns; Men and Boys' Faralsh injt Goods ; Mats, Caps. Boots and Shoes ; Trunks, Va lises, Carpet Bags, Carpeting and Matting; and la addl- U-a, all articles Bsaaiiyjiepi in our line, audi wnicn we propose selling very low f ir cash. Give as a call, and we pledge ourselves you shall have good Goods, and at the lowest market prices. it arcn 19 rurri - pnua. IFV7X j?IIL,LER3 SoforBOxi Stroot, In the house occupied formerly by Mrt Thompson, HAS lust retared with the fiaest and best stock of teats' aad ladles' BOOTS an.1 SHOES, wh ch, being selected eipressly for this market, 'he warrants for durability aad late style. At Ihe same time, be te ders his thaaks to his old pa troas for past favors, aad hopes for , liberal patroasge la the new stand lust removed to. where he will be always ready to attend to aay work In his line attbo earliest no- lice. Aneariy cams sjuciieu. ar-3m - Wit. illLLfctt. g3Bunetln please copy. , , A. VACCAR0 & C0.3 DEALERS IS- GROCERIES, - Foreign and Domestic Licruors, Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c, NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS TENN. OCt3t 'CHANDLER & C0.3 Druggists and Apothecaries, Main street, next door to Odd FeUovs Ball, t - MEMPHIS, TENN, A TsTTFtJB XJXT PORE DRUGS AND MEDICINE?, uT7am 1 t n 3nr?ir1 Tn.trnmenta. Fancv Goods. O Paints. Oils. Wladow Glass, Pateat aad Botanic Medicines, Gardea Seeds, Sauff, Tobacco aad Cigars, B readies aid Wlaes. t- Every article sold by ns warranted as represeaiea, . . . . . 1.1.1. sasject to re retumea at our cipiiiw- jwiq-'i . BEEATHETT R" STORES. L THOMPSON & CO., (STTCESSORS TO eA. RAClljE.) IMPORTER AND DEALERS Fine BviuhUcs, Wines, Havana Clg ar s 9 & AH THE riXTST QUALITY OT YIKGINI A TOBACCO, jS-ssortod. 3327AZAds. JEFFERSON STREET, (Breathett is. Stoaer's Baildlag,) Between ilsl 1 ana secona. TUSf RECEIVED Brandies, Henry Mounle k Co., 1810; J Old Castliloa, 1815 : Old Lamoad-, 1820; Old Rochcll, ana ain-reai oranaiags. Wlaes, Champagae aad Caret ; Old South si.le Maderia, Topaz Sherry Champagae, Flear de Eongy, Criam do; Cre'oeat, Olivier, 014 Cbampertla Bergundy; Old Vleux Caps Sparkling Bergundy; Clarets, Chataux Margeaux, Latonr Glass Stopper; Laflte, St. Estphe, and other brands, too aumeroui to mention. Scotch Ale. London Porter ; Fancy Groceries, &c, &c feW5-dm S3- Holly Springs Democrat copy threo months, and send bin to this once for collection. PUBLIC COTTON WAREHOUSE. Factors, talto JXTotlcso. THE anderslsaed having leased the spadoas Cotton Warehouse, corner of Moaro and Third streets, lately occaplid by Messrs. Chapmaa k 6o., are prepared to Store Cotton, WTiliky, Salt, Sugar and Merchandise generally, upon favorable terms. feb3-6m W. R. GUNNIS k CO. FOR SALE BT Mob't. JBT. Balls 15 Sycamorc-st.. Cincinnati, O. H. G. HcCOMAS, , Commission & Forwarding Merchant, NO. 15 ST0AM0RE STREET, CINCINATI, OHIO. marl9-ly ice: ice: ice: HAVING completed oar 'MAMMOTH ICE HOUSE oa Beal street, near the corner of Shelby, we are aow prrpaTd to furnish oar friends aad customers with ICE at ONE CENT PER POUND. AH orders for packing will be promptly aad carefully atleaded to la all .easoas of the year at lowest rates. The community may depend upoa oar snpplylng them wl'h Ice at tha above rate. It is our Intention to keep prlee within means of the por as well as rich. J3-All orders left at the Wharf-Boat,, at the Mam moth Ice nous, or at Baraett k Walker's, (130 Main street,) will b promptly filled. marSs-a DOTAL, ALMO is. CO. W, ..LAWTOV, c. it. BBXAXEB, Fromerly of Lawtonvllle, S. O (Of Cbarleatoa, S. C. EAT0N & CO., Upland and Sea Island COTTON AND RICE TACTOS ' ForjrardiBg & Commission Merchants, NO.-aejiAstBAr and botge& eo.'s wharf, CHARLESTON, S Cf WILL sell CotUn, Rice, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Jfaval Stores Ice, cs Having an experteacept twenty nvVyear inbuslaeir, we gu.rante satlitsction to all who paAroalze oi " Prompt. cerSOOal att.ntlnn Ptn tAth. m.wtnllnir department. RErEBEKCES noa. R. D. Trevllfe, Ei-Ltent.Gov.; J H. Sbeph'rd, Rsq., of the Arm of Shepherd k Mc Cfary: Jas Tanser. Em.. Master In Ennitvi n.n vr J. Gray oa, Ex-Collrctor aad Ex-M C, Chtrlestoa, S. C. Rev. n D. Duncaa, Gen. L. M Ayer, Bsrawell, S. C. Gov. C.J MtDonahl, Judge T Stocks Georgia. K. G. Jaudou, Esq., Dr. R. G. Mays. Florida. Joseph Ramsey, F,sq., Teaa. W J- Davie, Memphis, Teaa. may3-aiy - LAND AGENCY. SAM'L HATTIIEWS & SON, General Jcts to Buy, Sell and Zocale.Jjxnd I-JJMsJippt JJottotr., m "PARTICULAR attention sis paid to the-selection of A cotton PLANTATIONS r.m the Iaterhal 1m nramsMlt and-Ohiek.a.v-fhAnl f..nrf. Several years eiperltr.ee eaabies them to glvesatlsfac- tloa. Terms easy. Address "Flesiaat Mount, Paaola conaty, Miss." . apS-d&w3m C. N. AVERILL, Recemnj, Forwarding and Commission A. a E" IT T ," (SnCCESSOtt TO T. STE.SnOCJE k 0.,) NO 4 HAXNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C. REFRKF.NOES-Jcha Caldjrell, President S. O. R. R., .Columbia. S C; Col. J. A. Whltesides. a&d H. W. Msileagale, Chattaaooga, T.nn Gr.;w. Williams k uo., unariestoa, a u; t;oss. N. Anaerson, u.neral Agent, Xshvllle, Term.; Wm. Tailor k Co., Montgom- ry, Alabama. ' Partlealar attention given to the SETTLEMENT of FREIGHTS, and for lost aad damaged Goods by vessels. ap7l uiy LOUISYILLE PAPER MILL C. I. & A. V. DuPCNT, MANUFACTURERS OF' NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER, AND DEALERS IN PAPEBS OP ATjI. BINDS, PUIXVTEUS' IISLS, .fee, 47T Main-Street, Louisville, Ky. . rlTIOEHALD...tnAS. C. BILL..J. WOODWOBTn. H. FITZGERALD & .CO., (SuiC(ssors to Pert, Simpson Co-.,) riocers, produce Bcnler's, coinnsaox & forwarding merchants No. 92 Pront Bow, .Memphis, Alt JACKSONP.ORT, ARKANSAS. JnlyS-dawly r. M. KOLAD....... . A. S. 2XUET NOIiAWD & CO., GENERAL AGENTS AKD' . Colleo t o5r s . . . 1.ITXJLE ROCK. ARK. BrEFERTO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen aad Capt Charley Churchr; feb7-tf S3N"e's, Eaaalrer aad-Fowlkes' Eiprees copy tin f8rbid.-ly . b. w. Alexander.. -ALEXANDEB & LANSING,'"? COMMISSION; MERCHANTS, Sa2a.t Xiouici, XvXo. " 'X E FE-REA'C E 3. J. J. Mnrphy, Memphis; Cook k Co., Memphis; Baraett k Walker " ' "Todd k Goyer, Charles Potter, " febS-6m BRADY & DAVflES, GENERAL 103011 SSIOX MERCHANTS, mam street, Louisville, iLy., MANUFACTURER'S Ageats for Machine Rnp, Bag ging, Jeans, L:aseys, ic. Jan23-ly A. O. SMITH.. ..B. F. OCTHHIE....GEO. J. ROWLAND. S3H III, XJUTIIRIE & CO.,' Contmission SIcrciiants ASD WHOLESAIiE GEOCEBS, DEALERS XX Foreign and Domestic Liquors, ASD AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco, Xo. SHI Main Street, between Second and Third, Jaal3-ly LOUISVILLE, ET. if. HABVET B. B. HARTET. C. M. HARVEY & CO., COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, X07 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. OUR personal attention will be given to theSale or address. We will contract Freight on the above i.r re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at lowest rates. We have had several years experience la oar markeUlr in tae purcaasiog or aiapies aaa assorted Aterchanoise. REFER TO Cook k Co., J. O. Grimag 4c Bro . Speed at Strange, Hannah k Shaaks. dec!2-ly fa fan cSalomts, r. ICE CREAM SAL00I! JTos. Sneclit BEGS leave to Inform the Ladles atid Gentlemen ot Memphis and its vicinity that he has aow opened his newly fl ted up ICE CREAM SALOON, In his new brick bulldtug oa Madison street, where he will be pleased to see fcli o'd castomers, aad the public la general. X3 Always on haad, every variety of Confectioneries. He will also furnish Wedding Parties and Balls at the shortest notice. JOSEPn SPECHT. ap25-d3m WORSIIAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY. A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Plain and Fancy Candies, Adams Street, under tlie:1Yor- Bham House, KEEPS constantly on band a largeassortmeat of Green and Dry Frnlta, Fruits la their own Jalce. Jellies. Preserves, Sardlaes, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys- lers.i-icsies, voruiais, ayrups, nne wines, Brandies, all kinds Nuts, ke. -., in connection with uu estaDiiaamcat, I have fitted ap ICE-CREAM SALOON For the accommodation of citizens and the vlsltlagpablle. mi-dtll6aov S. P. BRICnETTO. WOlSlVAV U013SB, Corner of Main and Adams street. MEMPHIS, TENN. THIS Hoase Is Sltaated in the centre of business, aao Is now finished and la complete order. The Pionrletnr pledges himself it shall not ba sarpassed by aay Hoase la the Sonttwest. Belacgratefalforthe Terr liberal patronage bestowei on him for the last two years, he hopes by, a street atten tion to ausiaess to merit a continuance of the same. QC7-tf J. J. WO R3H AM, Prbprletor Jew Mestaurant : ON UNION STBEET. rpiIEsabsCTlber respectfully Informs his old friends and x all tne puDiic, that he has opened a new Restaa rant oa Ualon street, where he Is prepared to furnish the best viands that .can be fonad In the market, served la the best Parisian styles. Orsters. Game. stj-t. suit and Fresh Water Fish, Birds In fact, everything suited u iuo men aaa most aeiicate epicurean taste. Give m a call. I have six different rooms for the ae commodatlon of Private Parties. I will aot bo outdone in any branch connected with my butlaess. febSO-tf GU3. DEMPERWOLF. TOBACCO! $"80,000. WE have In store and are coat taatly receiving the most celebrated brands of TOBACCO (rem Virginia, Kentucky and Missouri, which we sell at manufacturers' prices. We wsuld call attention to the following brands Trotter's Rough aad Ready Twist; Pace's Walker Jc Co.'s " Hollaad'. Extra Pancake; Mohican, poaadsj Whit Tanstall, pounds ; Pocahontas " Emma Adams. " . - Bigg n Joha'a Parkins " Sutheriln's " Persian Smoking Tobacco. SEAHROOK & CARSON, fsb21-6m Madison stp et. two doors from Main,. NOTICE. THE public are hereby forewarned from trading for a note drawn by me and payable to the order of B G. Edwards, for the snm of $1,000 "dated 21st April, 1857. The Bote was lost accidentally this day, aad I will aot pay It but at tha silent of ths law, pr,r - ' ' ' B. MTER3. -i-ei 9 NEW MIELINSRY GOODS, .HiLo.-oijourE street, BKITVEEN MAIN STREETAND FRoSr ROW. fllrs. II.CARTER TTABJoit retarntd with her stoek of Spring sod Sum- AA mt a turnery, aaa wtii open on FBIDAT, ihe J7th iu.iiui, cuiu(iDg in part or Ptne.PrwKli Fli ers ; Flae,Freoch Wreath s ; Ladies' an.l Muses' Boactts ; Ribbons, Dm. Pals; Laos and Edgings; Head Dresses, - And a sene a! usortment of MiHii cry Coods. Tho la- oies or Jiempnts arm vicinity ara rejpectfully invited to tan luummiiH ior inemsctvss. w Mrg5. . m CARTER SPRING FASHIONS, . AT THE EMPORIUilI OP FASHION, tll r A W"T nmn n - ' JJliiMPHIS,TENN. "WE are receiving and opening, for the --rts inspection of he ladles, oae It the moat ife ,l S3Sc faeblonab e ttocU of Preach Millinery and i(V raacjiPry Goods ever brought to this city. Al to, a iery select assortment of Dress Goods, Silks,' Bjreges Chal lies. Organdies. Grandees TlMne Rotes, p'aln aad'dotted MoslIas,&c. We call pjrUcolar attention to our f Millinerj- Department, Cocslittngof all styIesof Pretch Bonaets, Leghorn Eng. Ilsh Straw, Neopoiitan Eageales aad Glptw, Flowers and Ribbons. Five thoujaad dollars worth of flae French Embroideries Valeaclaes, Glmpure, Hoaloa, Point Lace selts.Chaallliy Lace, ' Embroidered Sillc Mantillas, Laca Ra.qmnes, Dress Trlmmiags of all styles ; Parasols Fans, GlnjpuroLaces.'ix. ' ' Also at lb-Emporium of Fashion, Dress and Mantilla Making done, guarant, lag satisfaction as to etyle aid .hape. , Mourning good a'ways oa haad, aad orders promptly attead-d to. The ladles are most n rpectfally lavltnl to call and examine our goods beforrpnrchastog elsewhere N. STII LMAN i CO., P2 tS9 Mais street, Memphis, Teaa. NEW STORE! if0 ST&crt: THE subscriber would respectfully aa. nouncs to the ladles of Memphis and sur routidlag couatry, that he is now openlDR a complete fresh ttockof PABISMILLINERT. FANCT DRT GOODS, LACES, EMBROlIlT EKIKS trd 1 emml nmrtnUnt aft imtro VANCT GOODS, which he is prepand to seU at the very Birai prices, ior CSSn. All kiads of MILLINERT made to order at the sbortesl ao'lce- - WM. SILBERBERG, No 100 Main street, third doer above Lehman's Drt GW Tfnn.- m.rf, fSZ HUNDRED barrels Mess'Pirk. forsslebv W mar3l nANCOOK. CLARE k CO. FORT" THOUSAND poaajs Balk Pork, IgrSalo by . HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. JEN tlerdis MilcheU, GutErle k&, Hiras 10 tierces Stagg kShtr. xtra Hams, for sa'.eby" llA.tBUUh.. ULABK.S. CO. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTT bMs Meys Pork, far saleiy HANCOCK. CLARE it CO. marI7 ONE HUNDRED hex's and half, boxes Soda Crackers, .pr sale by " HANCOCK, CLAUK.it CO. mar!7 FIFTT hhds. marl7 Sugars, for sals br HANCOCZt CLARE k CO. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bob. Whlfky, for sale by war!7 n AN COCK. CLARK Jl CO. TEREK HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Lf Lard, for sale by marl7 J HANCOCK, OLARKi CO. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bags CoflVe, for sale by mar 17 " .HaNCOCK. CLARK i CO. 771 IVE casks Shoulders, for sale by j. jnsria nANCOCg. CLARK ic CO. TEN casks Plain Ham, received aad fir sale by nwrlg - HANCOCK, CLABK k CO. QE7 ENTT-FIVE'-boxes S'arch, for salebr HANCQCK, CLARK k CO. VTEW BACON 50,000 pouBds Tensesse Bacon-. foi A sale by marie . HANCOCK, CLARE k CO. FIFTT -ONE boxes o,aart Flasks, for salbv mar!9 - nANCOCK. CLARK Jv CO. rpWENTY-FIVE casks Clear SidaBacoa; . A 25 casks plain Hates; 25 -eaika Shoulders For sale by . martl HANCOCK, CLARE k CO. jITIOUR HUNDRED bbh. Flour, for.aleby X? mtin HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. qWENTT-FIVE kegs GoWen Syrup, for sal. by s"W marii nANCOCK. CLARE k CO. rpHREE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Laidj JL 10 barrels do. For sale by mart! jfc, HANCOCK. CLARE k CO. JUST RECEITED. 1 AA BBLS and half bWs Harris' XT Ale ; A U J 0 ca.ks quarts ad plats London Porter; I0T dozen Hostetters Stom.ch Bitters ; ICObbis. Dexteis aad r-ickeas Whisky; roo bb's. U-rrrisin's Ohio Flear ; t 25 ca.ks Bacon Sides, Hams, aad Shoulders; ' 50 bMs. Mackerel. 50 kits Mackerel; 75 dt zia Cove Oysb rs ; 50 gross Garrett's Snuff, bottles and papers; SCO boxes Star Candles, 50 dVzea Blooms ; - 50 coll Manilla Hope, all sizes ; 76 boxes Virglala Tobacco; 25 box-s Soda Crackers, 2.1 bWs. Pic-Nlc Crackers ; . 50 boxes Lemon Syrup. 25 boxes Smoking Tobacco ; 25 box's Pie F all. 25 boxes Sttrtb ; 60 boxes Pickles, 25 boxes Catsup ALSO, Sugar. CofiVe Molasses, Tea, Oranges, Lemons, Fljs, Ral.-ln-, Almonds, Perans, Eagliah Walaats, Fil berts, Sardiaes, kc For sale by apJB J.F FRANK. No. 35 Front Sow. C'olTee. inn BAGS Rio Cofffee, Just received and for sale low A v V totnetiaaecy DOUGHERTTi ATDLKTT, No. 23 Front Row. apt5 Sucrar, Susar. 25 iHHDS. Sugar, Jast received aad for sale low to ths trade, by DUUtiltKKTX Jt ATBLETT, ap!5 y No. 23 Front Row. Sundries. :Cy BOXES as 'or ted Pickles ; 25 bcxes flae old C. Brandy ; 25 boxes Table Salt ; Jat received and for sale low to the trade by DuUGHERTT k ATDLETT, ap!5 No. 23 Front Fow. Dean's Whisky. SEVENTT-FIVE barrels Deaa's Whisky, for sale to dose account by apll dim J. BOTD k CO. Harris' Ale. TWENTY-FIVE barrels, per steambo.it Glendale, In store aad lor tale by apll-dlm J. BOTD k CO. Sundries. BLACKBERRTRRANDT on .lrf t : Cherry " ' Grape Brandy Ann Meatfcr. apH-dlm " J. BOTD & CO Whisky. . SUCH as will s'and the test of Judges, viz. : Superior old Bourbon : No. I old Mnoontakela ; Pare Keatacky Bourbon. apU.dlm J BOTD k CO. Foreign Liquors. . "TJ ECEIVED by recent mportatloas : it Brand Irs of every variety; Holland Gin, pure and senalae; Pure Jamaica Rum, guarantied ; Port Wlne.nure London Dock ; Sherry. andJlad. Ira wines. . ap-dlm J BOTD k CO , 170 Maln-st. Cigars. ONE hundred thousand CIGARS, Just received and for sale by J. BOYD k CO. anll-dlra B. WILlLIAillSOiV, (Successor to IVillianson j- Hancock,) GROCER COMMISSION MERCHANT, iatroKTER or FINE STONES, BRANDIES; Havana Cigars Src. ' SO. 19 FRONT SOW, MEMPHIS. Julyl EeceiverT this Day, 5nBBLSMessPo; U 60 kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard; - 25 tierces Sugar-Cured Hams ; 20 kegs Shct, assorted sizes; 100 bMs Whisky. AU of which we will sell chsap fcr cash at N. 19 Front Row, Memphis. Julyl 8. B. WILLIAMSON. GEOCEEIES, &c. THE subscribers keep oa haad the following articles, which they warrant to be of first quality, and for sale low for cash I Wheat Fans and Threshers ; X. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins Wagons. Northern and Soutiern manufacture; Bacon, hog-round; Flour, Salt. Walsky aad Tobacco; ' Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ; Candles, Powder, Shot aad Lead; Braadles aad Wines, superior article ; Lime, Cemeat aad Plaster Paris; Together with a geaersl assortmeat of ell artld tt usu- ally kept In a Grocery store. GWTNNI k GIBSON, ' J!ri! - 1 Blla Kxchanta Bullllnt. A. STREET fe CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF RAILROAD CARS, CARTS, W-ea.35-lxr, (fee, Poplar, between Main an3 Second Streets, augia MEMPHIS, TX.Jf. (krunsprlatiott.. J. T. Ed'ALSXAXDEB.., ......J. 1. CniDESTElf X. NORWOOD. . NEW ABBANGEEttENT. KVA.LEXAiEE -& X0.!S Omuilius Liiiac. AAV1XG curchased the Om.ihn. Lin- f.r merly owned by F etetwr k Keek, we au open rgj- ivi iaa a9Tm ousiaes.. The members of r -rt- rtwt m -m . . i .... . Biua City and the snrrocndlnr mimm From oar exaeTleDC la nnhiirtin.inai ... M - r. m w J it-i vv.il- dent that w are qoalifldw carry out t he, nte arise in which we taiage. Give as a trial ; -we will eotWavar to please yoff We shall have new onmlbn.e,. fln tem, ea-c-ral, stevly drivers and accosaraodailag ageuts. E3 OOce at Ihe General RaiJread, Stage ai-1 Oirolba. Agracy, at the Wurtham House, vrhi-ra tiv.. k. proca ed at all times. u OIS 3m Mc ALEXANDER k CO. si3Ett MILES THE SHORTEST ASD R.OT7TH TIA ami Tennessee Mississippi II A I JL K Grenada and Intermediate Points. J. P. MCALEXANDER k. CO.'S DAILT UNE F POUB HOBSE POST COACHE3, TT'KOM Memphis to Grenada, in connection wilh the X' Mississippi aud Teaoesiee Railroad, a dlstaaee ot oae hundred and eve mllet flttr milm railroad, abd but one change ot baggage. Time through, thirteen hours. NewCoarb'S. fine teams and careful drivers, aad time aad money saved ao mistake. S3-rorTi:kets, and all des red InfrmsUon, spply to oar agent, at the General Railroad. Stage aad Ommhns Oner, at the Worshsm Boose. my6-3m J P McAIiXANDER k CO. . TO WASHINGTON, ARK., TEXAS. &C. STAGE leaves Gaiter's" Laadirg. Ark., (Mississippi river.) MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS), and fKIDATS. at 6 A M., and arrives in Washington in Bllv hoars Far 313. Washington passtnge-s have the creferencc of seat. Passing through M xticeHo. Warren. Damp toa aad Camden connecting at Caai-'eu wl h Stage lines to E durado aad lo Hot Spi lags via Princeton, TuVp'aad xwcaport. Conoettiag at Washington with Hn-s to ClatksviHe. Texas, Shreveport, Loulslaaa, and Little Rock, Aik. The road through the Mississippi bottom Is creatlv Im proved, aad money haai been appropriated from the In ternal improvement aau ouier faaas which guaranties hat It will be made equal to any ether portion of opioid nis summer. BMOAN i. CO , Proprietors. Beldino k ST05E. Ageats. apM-dstwIm Gsster's-Landing. SHORTEST, ROUTE FROM MEM PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES. Uy iv.ulvoau ii'oni Caivo ! TS CMccgo Direct in Sixteen liners, without Break oGuagtar Change of Curs or Baggage BRANCH FROM CENTRA LI A IS NOW FINISHED, - Thus thortealng the time to sixteen hours to Chicago. AT Chicago, coaa-jctlng with .Michigan Central Cars leaving the same Depot, for Deiruit, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Albaay, New Tort, BjatuB, aad an Eastern aad Atlantic' Cities. Oaly two change oraCara from Cairo to Niagara, and three fra Cairo to Albaay, aad four from Cairo to New Tort. TiHie from Cairo to New York, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, and comfort great er, than by any other rout a. Passengers through are SOT subjected to the delays consequt&t ta the frequent changes by short line of Railroads through Indiana aad Ohio, to the East aaa North. Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern -Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and ssr East, wtttfLake ooeic uuivw hu oicacjcT. ir xiacms, jtuwaukee, Sheboygan, kc, ary! with a splendid Line of First Claik Steamers for Saalt St Marie; Lake. Seperior, Colling wood, Toronto, kc. "ralna leave Cairo Every Morning aad Evening as fol lows t 6:05 a. it., Chicago and Danleith Express, Sundays excepted. This Train connect a at Chicago wirlr jTew Tork Light ning Express, everMkhlgas Central. Great Western aad New TorkCeatralRailroadst, through if thirty-one hours. - inn ivaiu alio connects at saBOoval wita OVJO and Mississippi Railroad lyr St. Louis and,ViBcenaes;-at Pana, with Trains cf the Terra. Uaote, Alton aad J3t. Louis Railroad, for Indiana noils, Louisville and Cincin nati: at Decatur, with Mala Lice Express far G.Ien. DuBltllfrJ" the latter connecting wiihTrains to Uprlas- neia, napies, noes isiana. irariiagfta sua tlainey, 10 n M., New Tork Express, SaCatdays excepted. Stopping oaly At lmportaat Station., except on Signal, connecting with Mala Line Day Express from Decatur U, Dinlelta, and arrivlae at Chicago at 2 r. M. Paueagers for the Upper Misalssii pi, will flad at Dux leltb, steamers ot ths Danleith aad Minnesota Packet Company, ready to leave on tha arrival of either Cairo Train for Le Crosse, Redwlag, St. Paul, kc Passenger, for Jaaeivllle and Central and Eastern Wiscetsia, con nect at Freeport with Trains to Beleit and Jaaesvllk, and from thence to Madisoa aad Central aad Eastern Wis consin. The Maps and Charts Indicating the Great Central Route to the North and Eait are aa exact transcript ot Cotton's Map ot the Uoltrt States, aad passengers are requested. to examine this roate as well as tha ruiaia time-cards of the connecting Read... and Judge for them selves as to thecorrectnessof the above statements. Tre opening of the IHinols Centra. Railroad tree Cairo to Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct meaas of communication between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and lae liower .Mississippi, asorus to tne pleasure traveiar, a. well as the baslaess man, attractions and faculties for reaching the North aad East, which surpass thuseot aay other route whatever. The accommodatlssu far alshedby theComraay for the convenience of the trav eling public, the permanency of the road aad structure. me strengin sou ciegance oi tae engines ana car j, com mend themselves to those who desire in traveUnc need. comfort aiw safety. State rooms secared on all packets". X'UKerauuuuirujiUNSTKAR, with tha jrtvun. of laving over at anv do int. can he had at lli-nrhn No. I5""Jeffersoh street. WILLIAM MORIN. Agrnf, lans-Iv tfiarhis. enn ISutliftiig Itafmak. J. WELEXH. J. s EBWl.f. tflempliis Factory AND LUMBER YABD, Orerf on Jf rrf, nrar fAe Memphis and Ohio Depot, KEEP lor sale and mite to order Djors, Bliads, Sash, MaaUes.Vramea, Moaldtngs aao every thing la that line, ot the be.t materials and worsmanship. They ar also prepared to do all kinds of Sawing and Planing for the trade, and to erect bandings of every -description; to shelve and Ct op stores, and -other Jobbing. Having procured suitable inacolnry they will sooa be enabled to maaafacture PACKING BOXES of all kind,, cheaper and better thaa ever before-made ia the city. Shingles White Pine aad other Luiaber fonsale, dressed and ncdressed. 13" Orders from the country promptly atteaded to. ap23-dawly C. B. MOORE. .J IIALSTEAO- STAR PLANING MILL, Door, Sash and Blind Manufactory, , SECOND STREETT, SOUTH OF UNION, MEMPHIS, TEXX. FLOORING, Weatherboards, Door., Sash, Bliads, Door and Wiad.w Frames aad Ca.lags, Mantles, Mould lags, Comlce.Ceillng, Lattl Work, Baseboard., Turn ing, ScrolL.Worr, Shelving, Boxes, Ac, aad every de scriptlsaof Building Material, dressed aad aadressed, always on haad aad made to order. - auuni, UAui&aii a vu. N. BT The highest cash price raid for all kind, of Lumber. mvl-ly Carriage Factory. THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory cn Second street, between Washington and Adams streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re pair Carriages at the shortest notice. All wort done by them will oe guarantied, ana a share Of pa&nc patronage solicited. Jaa3-ly L. S. BTTRR k CO. GREAT SOUTHWESTERN CARRIAGE EMPORIUM! ). M. WISWELL & CO. TniS exteaslve establishment conttnaes at the old stand on Cnl.a Hwe, bt?a MStaaaa secona, wnera mayo, loaaaa v mj flae assortmeat of Carriages. Bog gles Rtctaways, &c, of their own maaafacture. They take this method of returning thaaks for past favors, and Invite thoet w shlag to buy to examine their .totk before purchasing elsewhere. ap!7 ly J & A. "WOODRUFF, CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, Nos. 3 & 4, Exchange Buildings, MEMPHIS, TENN. CONSTANTLT on hand a large ai sort - meat of CARRIAGES, from the best "mansfactorie., in tha United States. - Carriages bnilt to order sad work fnllv guarantied. All kinds of Repairing dona with neat nets and. dispatch by ap30 6m J. At A WOODRUFF. C. C. MAYD WELL'S M&RIBIjE Willi, HAS REMOVED TO Adams Street, bet. Main aad 2d, MEMPHIS, TEXN., TTTTfERE can be found all descrintlon of Grave Work. V V which win be furnished as cheap as It can be got in. any matret west. Also, Building Work done at short notice. ' It Is to'the Interest ef all nentons wjitlnr ineH work to purch lie from the yards at Memphis instead ef purchas ing from Agents, as ths Maaafactors have to add the iwrniy per cent, taai is pain Agents to tae won sola oy them. soatheraars,looc to jour Interest. JsoS-dawaa 0. a MATS WELL. O A D , (Uaitsprtatioiu . - MIisSIPPi7-ENTRAL ANJOTEN ' NEsSEE RAILROAD OPEN from Jaactkin with M-mphis and Charlestcr , Rail road to Mecoc. lt5H mUis North of Bolivar, an4 e.'ven mile. South of Jacktou. Tean. PASSSNGr R AND MAILTRAIS leaves G aad Juno ftoa daily at 10 a it , or on arrival of morulas mall iram from Memphis, coaattat. t Medon wlih Wly llatof Onches lor Naihville taa Jztksoa and Hunting ton, and by way of Lexington, 7 If toa, Waynesboro, Mount Pleasant, anAfrom .-priag HIU by th Teanse and Alsbas. RaUrod. Return leavsMedsn at I:M r. as., coanectlasat Grand JHoa with evening mail train Into Memphis, arrtvloglfis ' P'S R. P. NEELT. Sep't. MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE r-SSi IXTo-xtc Oron rr- j-wu -uiiiiy Trains " each SCVDATS KTrVCn , F2MAILTPAlV1.WfDA;fSDAKT- -" ISiT.th. A, aiAit, tkain leaven Memphis dauv innn.,. ' Me'aTi;" " A. Ml arrfVefat This Train enuct ai Sardi with Messrs. P ven Retar. lag (rase. Memphis a: 2-30 V M" atSardfci at 7.30 r si Rod strives Passenger, are requested to cnrthne v, k., eabmagthecaraaveparmeatTf Atra? Baggage checked to aH ttitteaToa iIrS5' . bagMiewm b. rceived wltbont betoVetd paseager will be allowed no woadj bS: v"? road, and 60 pounds by star b 1 1 S?1 67 K1 ried aa baggau, t to&J? Jl Z'T'l "M w' paager.. raoseat to the persoa of the la case of loss, the Coapary wm held , spooMWe for an amooni JZO thra,e," r- thaujeyaretotrave, d mai22 'ATRICI. EJ-Eagleand EMairer Meraln v-?fla:?dnt-papers, Grenada peterf hi iSsJ PS?' HBE MET II OUI M TO THE EAST AND -NORTH. miPHIS AND CEARLESTOiV M& 1 1, o & & COMPLETED TJ AILROiD eocneeilon. direct fr.a, It -New Tork Pailad.Dh,7 nsit. ',u THRumrr 'tt. J..T '"nalr. toa Atlanta. '9bt?,. WHaiw. Savaiuah. G., ifacoa. and 'XUKOUCU TO XA3UVII.1.E IS DOCRS. Ihrougn Ticket Oa at the CommercJi lt, ,7 phi Teaa.,p M. PATTfONTgtat U Tltkrts always good; Fare as lew as ey ay other Urst-dau rocle For Passengers a m-w route is new . -. ERN ainl ATLANTIC ClTlT . 55i aad safety-direct aad expe4lUoasWth etntJt, f00'" Paastog though sUve terttorv ti. tIoIU ot for the conveyaaof slrvaau' "UT F.r FREIGHT from AewTork. mid o . by s earners to O.to, ItVanlah , I? CtU rect to Memphis. T he al7eu ofT.V." "TydI M,rchanisTa led to th ITSft," W more expedition, thaa aay other S " "Mp' Throagh raws and ccnnectl tstaaMshMf The ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANT is 1, tien w,ih ibis line ' ow la coact. a.rw.rd aul We mrt tsS co.u.B with CbatlaaoigaRallnvid .t : V.Z7L. a. svle and Aiw coaat at GrarI J auction with n. i,,.,, , , Central Railroad to Holly SpriagV OxtoIa r Jf1,8''1 toa. Jacksoa, 4c, kc ' Wo, Grenada; Caa- Also coaaects al Grand Junction Stella ..v . Alsocoaaecu at Pocahoatas with TrMti.. ti.. . Th- ACCOMMODATION TRAIN l DAILT vexo pt Saaday,) ,t ; , lis. ) tor JaaetKB with the M Ip?l c,(n4a, '? nese, centra. RaLroad,. WrvmVeu article will be carrtedas bag Uat ,f!ia,. the person of th. passeagerf I? ctl ctZ,. pany will hoW themselves responsiM? tL exceediag $100. ".ponsmja feraa amount not Passengsrs are requested to purchase Ticket, fcv,.. tertag the cars, and save piraSttriftU b" " Nei, when traveling ajane.muiVhawriT-,. miDs the point to whkhthrraS , J. T ii'' " that they are to travH bVUm. .. Pcirylns ceiyed on the c a, unless their owner or aceTt V I iTT or known to the iek.t Agent aS cJLlactr o?i pers.n to vouch for geoutaenew oTpv ' r oflr sep21 . Gen"l! 3BPrt'ieat, HunUAU. aaperiateadeatof TraasporUttea. For Baltimore, Washington, New York, Philadelphia, &c. Direct Through Eino for the East I Baltimore and Ohio RAILROAD THIS Road reus from WheeUn to BaJtimo-e. - miles.) aad to Waihiagton. MOO m.rT tho fullest advantages both as a freight sad oiiUt line. It mas throagh wild and romlae rettoof AUegheales; aad : w solidly coastructSfcompl'et equipped and carefully managed, la oceof rno.t ,U tractive and safest Railroads in the United StitTT -A.! CtntralOhlo Railroad, from GJ ambus and Zaneivlll Wheaicg unite this road with all portion. tl. West aad Southwest. wn The osly.Tmocoh Ticxets mom Sry.... Louisville aad Sr. Locis to the NAri oiJazTmiI tboj-olis, are sold by this road, which ruaadlrerxtT Washington without the delay of pa.iing thronghartlt more. It U also the oalv line bv which frrrr checked to "Washlagtoa from the Ohio river. . j "oui ilempbis, take the mall steamers, runalag dally for Louisville, conaecttar the with mall steamers or JeffersonviUe Railroad forClAcS aaU, where they arrive so as to connect with th.ci7.ne -- -- vummauj coaaect!ce thm with Central Ohio Railroad, throueh N7il " nne, to Wheeling-. By the express train of thist. ihA tlm jftom-Ciactnaatl to JJaltimars and to WjuhlagS is less than 27 hours. 11 RaRouV.0 "k -OB. rj-Passengera Jrom Memphli going last through St. ms' Jr Ta?3a Tlcte" by the Baltimore aadOhlo Railroad. This roate Uys through Viacoaea, Terra Haute! Indianapolis, etc., to Wheeling, over th..JV?Ct::S Mississippi and connecting Roads. These connections are all direct, aad the time from St. Loala to Baltlmora orWa.hlogtoa U bat aboat hoars. Through Ticket. At Wheeling the jasseager takes the superior cars of the Baltimore aad Ohio Railroad, which lJ?i?ZrIL daily forBaltimore, Waahlngtoa, Philadelphia, and New i . . . f ' hots, iBciaaiag stoppages. For safety, speed, regularity, beautv of n. guaeral comfort, this road is second to cone la tho CninZ FREIGHTS. This compaav rsM J. T.l. iLT equipment of any RaUroad in the United States, and U fparedto do an Immense business la traartatlonr Tae roaa mazes lmmeoiat eonnectloa at the wharves n-A u. ...v.v. 'ue itauroad to Philadel phia aad New Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and Batt more Steamship Lines, by Canal aad Sea to Vw Tort, sad by new Merchants' and Miners' Line to Bo i ton steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savaaaah Ac Tor partlcnlars, see freight tariff, conies of wtfieh n..V- of theForwardlag Houses in the West, ore-J B Fa an. r . . -J"11- 3- OODSIDE, Master of TTaasportaUon, Baltimore. THROUGH TICItETS. alowlag the holders to stoa at any point, and resume their seats at pleasure mar ba purched at the Ccmpaay's Office. No. 15. Jeffrstw street doors East ot the Commvreial Hotel. Memthis J2S-ly WM. MORIN. Agvat. JACOB B2CHTOU), CORNER OF CfflCKASAW AND JACKSON-SIS DEAL2R la Ale, Porter, Cider aad Wlaes of aU kinds lathe Un ted States. For sale, TTholesale or Retsil. From ay longexperlence in the business (twelve years Zf with the guaranty lhav. had from my old ccstcmelrj - , to .pprcaatea oy them. JalyCT-dawtf JACOB BXCnTOLn. H.E3MTO v a -r. - - Of THI iEW DRUG STORE. n t pleasure la lnformlag tho eltlreas of WX& Memphis and the public geaerally that we hava re M moved oar stock of Drags to the corner of Main aad Union streets, aad win take pleasure In accommo dating alt who may favor as with a call. We are also In receipt of a fall supply of fresh aad gen uine Drags, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, rerfamery, Ac. Particular attention paid to flniaj of Prescriptions at sll hotirs of day aad alghL. WIl-lr R. JOINER fc. CO. SOME FORTY OR FIFTY ACCLI MATED COTTON NEGROES FOB SALE. FROM the State of Georgia, consisting cf i EL men wrmea, boys and girls. Among them J are Sims very nte-'y families In a few' days we Intend to coacentrate our purchases. from Keatafky and Virginia to this point, and.r tha buyers of thl. country aa report unity of investing their money In rood Negroes. Give us a can before matins your purchases. mar23-33i BOLTON. DICCIN3 fc CO. FIFTT barrels Powdered aad Crushed Saiara, for sal. by marl? HANCOCX, CLA2X. k CO.