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: ' TT MPHIS HE is" -4, BY IVFCLANAHAN, BUTTON & CO. MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1857. VOL. VM. NO. '49. imi t mi bVvi rA4 r jb w h w h j 1 m ar". h h ym. torn ti - atf w ss- mrG a a i immt PUHJ6HED BATLT, TRI-WRBKLT AND WBEKLT, BT 'JCO. X. M'CLANAHAN, LZ0K1DAS TROUSDALE, . WSI. M HUTTOX, BENJAMIN T. DILL, TTiSDEIl THE STYLE ASH FIHU or g.' CLAIT A TT A Tv", HUTTON" & CO., To vrnoM iu Lrmni oa bciikeis, or otbeb wise, should be addressed. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dstty. te UfUM, per annum... ...$10 00 Tri-Weekly, " ; 6 00 Weekly. " " 1 00 3" Tbe Weekly paper will X tarnished to Clubs of Ten aad upwards at it 68 each; payable lOTasUWy In ad acee, and every &sb to be made up at one office. E3"" An saecrlber aad a new oca Till be taken to- getaer at $z 69 eaoti. S3" Is a ease wm tbe paper be rest to new sabscrl br asses tbe order for tbe suae is attended with tbe ease. 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X3T AdwrttseaaeBts to be Inserted In the Weekly paper eaty, or at irregedar interval In eMbw of the papers, will be estarged SI Pr roaare for every isuertien.- X3T ABBoaaotsw candidates for Slate, County and Mn- nisv usees, eacc, to be pata in aavance in every instaane. 3" All advertisements for Gbaritabte Institutions, Fire Coeapasies, Ward, Town, and ether PnbUc Meetings, to b estarged b&lf price. - X3 Karrtaaes aad Deaths art pnbHsfeed as news ; bnt OMmaries, Trteote of Sespect and Paneral Invitations other advrt-semeBts. XST -H Igal' and Traaslest Advertisements will be Eaareed by tbe taierttea. X37 EdHortal Xotieoc in Local Cotsinn wis be charged 0 est per Hsm. 7 No dedacttea or Tarlatlen wiX be made from the ftiingoUC rates. 3f cCLAKAHAK, HTXITOX & CO. Irofessuraal tois. DR. D. F. WRIGHT H AS reawred to FKan's Buildings, on Adams street. PfoeHe tbe WortJiam House. p!7-lm Dr. R. L.. L.ASK.I, LATE Star Physician and Director of several Hospitals tB&esmany, mmber ot different Medical Societies an Htw Tork, has located in the city ot Memphis, and of ten Ma services to the poMic as Physician, Aocoacher, aadJoraH operations in S Tgery. c" tS" OSce on Wadiington street, between Mlln and Scosad. oct30 HOMEOPATHY. W- A. SBMOND5, M D , (lileot HopklnrviUe, Ky.) . H'spathtc and Hydropathic Phy.ician, tenders bis arefeirtonal services to tbe citizens ot Memphis. Roatdeace Vadisoa street, nex to the Pjanlng Mill. 0 c MadHoa strset. adjotnteg tbe Advocate c3ce. Rofcct to McOoiabs it Trice, J. Terian&Son, W J. asavte aad W. E. MMtoa. mar22-em DRS. MOOR3IAA & BROWX. OPFICEea Adams street, in rear of Jeers, Brown k. 0., on Main street. Dr. Moorman' restdesse on IHbals street, between Taace and ElUott streets. ma!36-3sa W. G. TFEATHERFORD, COONSSLOR AT LAW, aad Real Estate Agent! Napo. teoB Ark. Refer to A. Wright. Esq., and Col. R. G. Payne, Mem phis; Jade R. L Caratbers, Supreme Court; E. G. HasiaaaaJSoq., Nashville; Major G. A. Henry, Clarks vista. Team , aad Gea. T. B. Flosrney, Desha co., Arc as24 dawly CHAS. D. FOSTAIXE, ATTOSNET AT LAW, Pontotoc, MUs., will attend sUactty to asl professional business which may be mtaalLd to him in any ot the Courts of North Missis tot. iebl7 ly . J. A. MOON, 14 TTORNET AT LAW, Generaf Cettectlng and Land J. Ageata, for the Northern and Eastern Counties of Arkansas, DBS ARC, ARC fetaS-dawly t,. O. RITES, A TTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis, Team. Ofie: in the Post OOee BaiMing. AHbasiserseetrastedtobls care will receive prompt aad fattaf i attention. Coilectieas promptly made in the samaadsag counties of West Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. aai3-dawly 5f Card pvR. SAMCIL GILBERT, SB., has returned to tils old XJ homestead sear Memphil, and reopened bis Infirm ary, aad wW remain permanently. He treats the follow. ' ag Ottroaic Diseases : Cancers, ScroSma, Whl e SweOisg, Taawrs and Wtas, without Sarglcal operations. He also treats asl Carsaic Female dleases. Seres of longstanding, Tetter, Rbeematism, Syphilis, and all forma ot Mercurial AiRetiess. Br G. deems It unnecessary to say more, as be has Hr ef wHaesse of his success from Maine to Oregon. dec!4-dawly JAMES M. MURPHY, G-ox3.o2ra2. TinnrI iLgont .JACKSONPORT, ARK., TTTILL attead personally to tbe locating cf Swamp Land VV Scrap aad Warrants In the Jacksocport and Helena Bietriets, setHag Land and paying Taxes. Beferences. B. Grabam,Memphis,Tenn.; A. S. Hney, Llttls Rock; R.C Brtokiey, " MaJ T. Mnll.Miss.; W. M. FolweU. " J. Norton & Co.. V. O.t P. Laae Sl Oo , " J. A. Rousseau, LaGraage, H. P. OoatMge. Heteaa, ; Ttnn.; Myrtieit Moore, W. E. Butts, Lawrencevllle, Pa l Pool &.Watsonacksonpart Aftes i'Mr, C. W. Board, Jacksesport; dec27-ly DR. THOS. KELLER, LATE ot Tascumtla vAlabama, has located permanent ly ia Mtapb oa oSers bis services to tbe public In &S tbe braaches of his profession He has taken the oBtf beretofare occsnied br Dr. Brvan. corner of Shelby and Ootoa streets. Having recently made a careful and ceaeral selection of Surgical Instruments, he Is prepared for all the operations et Surgery. Residence on Shelby street, between H-Hng and Trexevant streets. my9-ly R. G. PAYNE. A TS0RSET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. OSce In the J Past OBee Baildlag. JeUerson street. mar21-dly J. A. ANDERSON. 1 TTORNET AT LAW. Memphis, Tenn. Office In J. Walker'a Bnttding, ovsr Mansfleld'a Drug Store, Mala street. JinlO-lj- DR. 1YM. HEWITT WH.L pfacttee medletne,.oa the principle that there Is 'good ia an systems, andnoae all sufficient. Office -saJrSersoa street, in" the Post Office Building, second eor from tee Pott Office. Residence on the corner of Bersaado aad Elliott streets. REFERENCES : j Oot. J. B. Stanton. N. Adams, Esq., Hsywrod county. Rev. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. Maciin, rayeue conniy. R. Sonerv:ie, Esq., P P. Maclln, Esq., Tipton county, J. L Wobb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis. feb4ds - SMITH P. BAKRHEAl), 1 jrrORNET JIT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office in the X3l- Post OSes Block, over Aydlett & Co., third story. ai R. F. L.OONEY. A TTORNET AT LAW. Office aver C. W. Cherry & 2. Oo.'s. JanS-tf B. C. BROWN, aA TTORNET AT LAW, Marlon, Arte, practices In 5?t pmhstm. Crittenden. Mississippi, Green, Randolph, jLawreaca, ladependence, Jackson, Poinsett, St. Francis andMBfcfO Ooenues, m Aiaansas. Ki-cm 2. WICIEBSHAM... ED. A. BEECHEB. WICKERSHAM & BEECHER, 1 TTORNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Office, - XV. Ns. 21 Jrfrerson street Jani-tt '. T. BICnABDSOB-W. W. WHEATXET.-M. A IT OOt Richardson, Wfaeatley & Hii;ss, a TTORNETS AT LAW Office on the comer of Second J sod Court streeu, Memphis. Tenn. ocu-iy GEO. DIXON. 1 TTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis, rl Tean. Office, south side of Court Square, one door west of Wallace's Auction uonse, up stairs. fek6-dlf , BEN. SHERROD, A TTORNET AT LAW, Covlngten, Tenn. Allbnstaesn J. entrusted to bis care will receive prompt atteatlos. tu4yI9-tf D :. DUBOSE, A HORNET AT "AW, Memphis, Tenn. 03ce on east side of Mais street, between Jefferson and Adams. Refer to F. Titus, McEwea, Harris fc McNeill, J. D. wmuou, W. B. Miner and Miles Owta, MmphU,Tean.; Koob,Tsi&Oo,, KewOrtoaox. JanH-tf gttsiiuss tons. NE STOBJE. WHOLrSALE DEALEIl IX BOOTS, SUOES, LEATHER FIXDIXGS, IV'o. 262 Slain street, (UP-STA1RS, OVER LOCKE'S AUCTION ROOST,) llASJnt received sixty cases staple Boots and If S'J Shoes, wbich will be soli as low as the tarn ar fEl tie'e conM now be porchawd lor East. Also a "et of choice Leather, which will be soM very cheap. I will par the highest cash prices for Iltdes, Sheep skins, Pars. P Itry, Tallow, Beeswax, &c ap30-lm lARCH, 1857. BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c.ft" WHOLESALE AND HETAIL. BT late arrivals, we are in receipt of all kinds of Boots, Shoes and IIa, that are new and desirable, making one of the largest and best stock 1 ot fine custom made work for retail trade to be found In Memphis. Prices win be low for cash Call and see. HICKS, TERRT ft ANDERSON, No. 345 Main street, mar25-dly Opposite Conrt Square, Memphis. AT WKOL7ESAX.E ! BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. OUK strocc in we wnoiesaie oepsruacai rjj Is now large and complete to wbich we re- 3 speetf oily call the attention of JJerchtata onlr. Those bavine t r cash, or satiifaqlory pi per, at short dates, will and it t their Interest to. give ns a call before making their pnrcnases. J3- Wholesale Kooms up stairs. HICKS, TERRT & ANDERSON, No. 2t5Urn stnet, ap3-dawly Opposite Conn Sqntre. Memphis. B. w. sioiiBir.... .D. c. WAIID, lORSIS & WARS, GAtn DEALERS I!C S'oroisn els Somostio 1 M I'1 G O O 12 Hats, Caps. Roots, Shoes, &c, AO. 295 MAIN STREET, (One door south of Monroe,) spS-asi MEMPHIS, TENJf. J. B0B0 ' J- JEXST JA3IES BORO & CO., WHOLESALE GROCEBS, ASD COM3HSSIOX MERCOASTS, XO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, TKNN. feb21-da-ly Y. B. SHAsEPB," WHO LESATLE TOBACCO FAGT0R, A'o. 25 MudUon-tt., between Front Row and ifcfci, MEMPHIS, TENN., WOULD respectfully Inform the merchants cf Mem phis and snrroan-ing countrythSt'be has perma nently located bis Agescyf T the'saleof all grades of Vir glcla Tobacco, and latends to keepjeinstantly on ban la turned from the cttiea of Tlrglnla, wferefce established stock equal to tbe demand, at manufacturers' prices. Being fully able to compete with tLcNew Tort, Balti more, Cincinnati and New Orleans markets, be invite, the attention of li dealers in -the above lrtkie to hbj stock before purchasing elsewhere. ap21 da6m J. B. SHARTS. a r nKrnrr n. o.clar:....OEO W.TBOTTEB- WBHamson.s LateAydiett Late of Somervil HANCOCK? CLiAISIa, S- CU., Wliolesale and Retail Grocers, DEALERS'IN BAGGING, BOPE, BACON, LABD, PORK, FLOUK, . AXD a ii gvtto oiT Produce, NO. 16 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TKNN." Jb3 Co-Partnersliip Notice. MR. MILTON MCKNIGHT late of Now Orleans', ha become associated witb ns in the Grapery and-Com-mission Basioess dstiBg from the 1ft inst TWSneof the firm wiH hereafter be GATES. WOOD & McK N IGHT Memphis, Feb. 10, 1867. uatbs a wuou .St. OATES A. M. WOOD M.t'EXICnT;' -GATES. WOOD & MCKNIGHT, Gv o c o y s , V i o i u c e ASD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMFHIt. AGENTS Harard Powdar Company ; Colliers' White Lead and Oil Company, St. Louis ; for sale ot Llv erpod Salt febl3-1161nn ENCOURAGE II0DIE INDUSTRY. HUBER & WINBJEaLMANN, J C & M JP B TM M AND CABINET MAKERS, Main-St., 3d Door TjcIow Union, ARE prepared to fill alt orders In the House Carpentering acd FurUtare bosi ness with neatness and dispatch. Renairinz and Va'nithlnr (xecnted In tbe best style. We warrant all wort dune in our soop. Giv.vsacall. ftt7-4m J. Co JAOOBS & CO., (No. 32S Main, bet. Union aad Gayoso-sts.,) Importers and manufacturers ol HAVANA Sz DOMESTIC CIGABSMD TOBACCO. C0NSTANTLT on hand, a large assortment of the most favorite brands, at moderate prices. Jan55-ly : ,. A. J. "WALT & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL G M O G M J AKD DEALERS IS ALL KISDI Or UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE, Southeast Corner of Main and Union Sis., MEMPHIS, TENN., HATE always on hand a well and carefully selected stock of articles In their line, which they will sell at the lowest current prices. 53- Orders promptly tinea witn aispaien. J anH-datw-Iy . J. V. FUSSEMj, COMMISSION MERCHANT AKD General elgcnt JSTQ. 47 Or'AOINTT H.OW, oc2J-tt niEaiPiiis, tens. D. PANTE & CO., Lard Oil, Soap and Candle IlllJFACTIJISEIllS, 1J.1 nTnin street. Memnhis. Tenn. rpHE highest market prices paid for rough and rendered A Tallow, iara ana soap urease. nti"-i' JOHN B. B0TT0, BOOT AND SHOE MAXF ACTlaE., No. 6G Front Row, t SIGN UJ; ItiJS Jfllr Jtuui, XVI.OXXa.T3l 1 ft TOTITI., KEEPSconstantiyonhand, BOOTS and SHOES, of his own make, also of other minafactnrers. He kems. also. Leather. 'Mi and nnner. Calf Skins. French and American Shoe Findings, Trnnks, Carpet Bags and Va lises, all of which be wl I selt as cneap as any in tnis market. Give him a call before purchasing elsewhere, dec!9 N. B. P0SEST, No. St Adams-st, Memphis, Ten., HASJett received from North Carolina, -y. 5 itteiy young negroes, 10 wuitu ne call the attention of purcbasers.'Ti in the regular receipt of negroes.i2 from North and South Carolina every month. HlsNe rrn rtenot is one of be most complete and oommodlos' establlsbmenuof the kind in the Southern country, a-w bla regulations exact and systematic, cleanliness, ne,t ness and comfort being strictly observed and enforced His aim is to furnish to customers A. 1 servants ar field hands, sound and perfect In body and mind. N groes taken on commission. ltnil E- W. KUCKEK, Surveyor and Dranghtsman, j i-tvtm M Kt-vices to the public and will give I V7 prompt attention to any business connected wlih his vocation, lie may oe iouou amis iwtc uu . side of Main street, south of Union, (Canovan's Build ing,) No. 316, unless absent tn prjfesslonal baslnesj. REFERENCES. J. E Chad wick, Henry G. Smith, J. M. Prcvlne, Robertson Tspp, B B. Waddell, Philip H. Thcmpsm, John S. Claybrook. feb5-6m Laths and Shingles. BOGERT & WITT are still making Laths, " and are al ways prepared to supply the public with the test ar ticle at reduced prices. They are al-o making SblcgV, and will keep a supply constantly on hand. MHI on-Wolf river, above the Eyou. July 15. '56-lr Choice Irish Potatoes. 1 Ort SACKS for salo by lU B. MERRILL, octse 6 Moires street. Cotton Manors 1 TR. O. 0. BOONE, late ot Louisville. Kr- hts becoms 1V1 i isodited witb ns in the Grocery and Commission Business, dsticg from the 1st instant. aiASOiY, ZKORVELt. i SOOXE, COTTOIf FACTORS, GROCERS, Corruaisslon & Forwarding Merchants, ITo. 161Main-St., Memphis. Tenn. BAGGING, Rope. Jeans, Unseys, auda general stock of Plantation SnrpUes ronstantlynn Para apja II. ArPErtS0N....C. DELOACH.... DAVID APAIIS E. M. APPERSON & CO., COTTON FACTORS, Commission & Forwarding Mercliants, AND DEALERS IN BAGGING,BOPE, GEOCERIES, &o, A'O. $5 FJiOXT ROW, and 6 JEFFERSOX-ST , MEMPHIS, TENN. T) ARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping and A, ScLIng Cotton. PH1TTJR COTTON GINS. WE are Agents for the sale of D TRAIT'S celebrated COTToy GINS which have been to f.vorably known for the last number of yean. Persons wishing to purchase are requested to call and examine them. All Gins are sold under a full guaranty. .ris-fim E. M. APPERSON & CO. "S3- Holly Springs, Miss., Times ; Gieneda, Miss., Re- t 1 . ute. Jt., TTttn(evUT. Al. . Adro- pUUm.u, X itif a , . , j . . , - - , eate; Tnscnmbla, Ala , Enquirer; Bnwnsvllle, Tenn., Journal, copy six months, rpd scniDi.is to tuts omce. A. 115. liOPKIWS & CO., ( Sueccuort to PoveU $ Co.,) Cotton Factors ASD COrxOOSSION alERCHAKTS, NO. -41 UNION STREET, sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS LA sTwiLDS VEBSOS, W. A. BRVAIT, D. C. WILLIAMS, ( JM. S. BRTAlt, Late ot Panola, Miss. Late ot LaQrange, Tenn. VEMOI, BETAS & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwarding MERCHANTS, So. 6 Front Row, over Sleaeham k Galbralth's, MEMPHIS, TENN. PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shipping asd Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per sale. S3" All cotton sent to ns will be covered j Insurance, unless otherwise Instructed. CS?2 WAEDLAW nOWARD WM. T. HOWARD. W. HOWABD fc0., Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwarding Merchants.- NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, DEALERS in Baggicgf Rope, Twine. Sugar, Cpflee, Mo lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt, London Porter, Aie, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Gnano, Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good slook now oa hand, and for sale at reasonabIeprlces. J3-Cesh advances made on Cottons in 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 Fire While in store, tmless otherwise Instruct ed. Our prices far storing and setltng cottons, me same as im uitcu mi Tears past flfty eeots per nate. tuly20 SESJ. B.EID ..J. M. BX1DA B. REID & BRO., Q Q J'ftCt OTS d AND Commission merchants, NO. Z!i FRONT ROW. MEMPHIS, TENN. 4 LI. Cotton sent to our address insured, unljSs'lnstrue-. A. tioes to the contrary are Tecerfed." - Plantation orders dUedwltk care. Stare, and Sell Cottan at ntiy ceats per bal. J dec2-tmrl7 T P. ATDLETT Xew Orleant. ...J. C. DOUGHERTY, Idtvtphlt. T. P. AYBI.ETT & CO., COTTON FACTORS FORWARDING MERCHANTS, ZiO. 63 GRAVIER-ST.,. SEW ORLEAIiS. DOUGHERTY & AYDI-iETT, I WH0LSSALE GS0CEES ASD COMMISSION MEKCH AN Ti?, NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, WILL raakecash advances on all Cotton or otner rro duoe shipped toT. P. Aydlftt ft Co., New Orleans. oos-ir - f-. " CUDDY: J3R0WH & GO., COTTON FACTORS AHD OESEKAL ' "Comanission Merchants, 36 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. CASH advances made on all CoUon or other Produce consigned as above, by MILES OWEN. Janll-tf B. fllERKIIili, CQtTJfQN FACTOR COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 5 Monroe Street, bcU Front Kow &Main, (S0D1H SIDE,; Mcmuriis. Tennessee PARTICTLAK atientloapatd to ealo and shipment of Ootten aad other Prsdooe Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at lowest market prices. oct23 T. B. NORMENT, Cotton Factor ASD C0MMISSI033- HlClIAWT, KOS3Y!& HUNT'S HEW BLOCK, Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row, HEMFHIS, TEAS. A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand, ii. July2-dawly rXLlX WALKER,. New Orleans, La. ...N. C. SSIDEB, CofleevUle, Miss. 'WALKER & SNIDER, Co ttou F act or s M. AKD Commission merchants, No. 123 Canal Street, julyl8-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA. , X. L. BEASLET A. W.LOTISQ "BEASLEY & L.OYING, Cotton Factors, Commission ftlcrchants ft AKD Cr o 2x.o zx 2 Or rocorsi NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. A LARGE stock of Rope" and Bagging always on hand. Charges am cents per bale, all other Produce at usnal raees. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt rmitance. All P.oduce Insured, unless otherwise In structed, angw aawiy T. J. DAVIDSON J. B. ELLIS A. C. BLAIB DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR, COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS, Receiving, Forwarding and General COMMISSION MERCHANTS, A'o. 219 Main Street, Eatt tide between Jeffertan and Adam, Memphis, Tenn. T)0PE, Bsgglng and Plantation Supplies always on XV nana. junso-dawtf g. 2X. DATES A. M. WOOD. GATES & WOOD, COTTON PACTOBS, GBOCEBS, Produce and General Gommissios ivr 33 ii. o as: sl 3xr t js , ifo. 3 Pnfcm Sfrref , between Main and Front Row, A FTER an active application to builness, for over Xi eleven years, we, for the nrst time, solicit the pa tronage of our friends in the capacity of Cotton Factors We feel confident of our ability to please such as may confide their business to our charge. Our stock of Bag ging, Rope and General Supplies will not be excelled in the city. Cash advances, or acceptances, will only be made on consignments In store. Insurance on Cotton or other Produce, In store, will only be effected upon actual Instmctisns, or whes under advance. Shipments of Cotton by steamers will, at all times, be insnred while in transit, with open policy, unless otherwise Instructed on the face of bills lading. To all our friends who have so liberally patronised ns during years past, we shall offer the same inducements as beretoforn for a continuance o: tneir patronage. JunlS-dawlr GATES It WOOD, GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION, ANEW SAYIXGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE, No. 20 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 ensuing year are: FRANK M. WHITE, ATJG'ST M. FOTJTB, Prer'f. C. J. SELDEN, E. M. AVERT, Cahier. By the charter, married women and children may de posit all sums oi not less than $1 per week, subject only to their control. Interest 'allowed on ail.dcpo.lU fcr more than four months, at six per cent, per annum.- Ex change on Xew Tore and New Orleans. Collections made and proceeds promptly remitted. Memphls.Tenn., Deem, 1356. ly Pumpkin Seeds. A FEW bushels fresh Puu-pkln Seed, for sale by apM WARD It JONES. gufihtcss (forte. WALKER & BROTHERS, No. 79 Front Bow, m MANDFACTDRERS OF CLOTIIING, AKD WHOLESALE DEALERS' lit STAPLE AND FANCY IU'v Ckooas, Boots fc Siioes, A RE just receiving and opening a spsenaia assortment XA. of Sprisg ana aammrr m v,i 1 the L'.rxr rr?rnn. ,,,, .nd River Tra ders. Our facilltlf s are such as to compete with any. and to nndsrrell a good many, rieaie tan ' marl0-d3m ISAAC NEV2LL A. . CURieiSOHAM. T NEVIL.L. & CUNNINGHAM, DEALERS IN SLAVES, No. 174 Main Street, three doors Jtorih cf Adams. WE have thirty five likely fcegroes for sale, i -in Vun ivimt.nttT an hied a cold sun- ply of likely Negroes, cor.si t-ng of rien,boy. .uu f,llir, wi. rf which will b j sold on reasonable terms, and fully guar "wewrialro Board and Sell Xegroes, on commlsHon beina well provHed for that business. apIS-dawly SPRING GOODS. Great Bargains, IT PELIMPS & WHITE'S No. 233 main Street. WE Invite attention to our large stocx of spring ana Summer Goods, which we are selling and Intend to sell chesp for cash. ap7-dawgin ' - J. P. PRESCOTT & CO , MANUPAOTDHERS OF LARD OIL, SOAP AND CANDLES, Foot of Jefferson Street, HE REP HIS. TENN. WE also keep on hand CulTO sJ.au uil, wnicn we guaranty to answer all purposes for which Lard Oil Is used. We have certldcateslrom competent Judge to this effect. We can sell it ftn percent cheaper than Lard Oil. ts-m & Is L M ol 1 Jji 4fe 3NTS"dT Spring and Suinmer GOOD'S. .... ,i a-va .U. mnrm In nainnnrintP In Pilfl I rll-.i. -L .,. tutMtf trsnAr l. tht hfl baa ut oDenet. bis large and carefullj wlectcd lock of STAPLE . ........ . . .1 . . .v On.ln. sn, CnmmM i-i.x. r t, .1- winmli nr nrnmtlt narlne customers. For the ladies Eugenia, Marearette, Gren- adine, Orgamy, r.Ko aim uiii -o , plain and fancy oult -le Lol, Organdies, Lawns. Berages, Mnsllns Ginghams and Prints; rich Lace, Silk, and Embrel ered Swiss Mantles; sets HonltBn, Maltese. Point and Mnslln Sleeyes and Collars ; Bugle, Glmpnre, Thread and ether Laces; F-lnges, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, fitovmi. Hosiery. Skirts of all kinds. Ladles' Umbrellas and Parasols, etc . . ravu. (..lb, r..lmMM V large lot oi jteaaj" jiaue .iuu-ius, viwwi., - -- Boats, Shoes, Mats, Osnaburgs, bleached and crown . . ., t T (n.ni l.ln.n Drill . Cjtnr adrs. and In a word esery thing in the dry goods line. GonQiry jB.ercnni arc ousnv j.itk luuuiuvui. Call and examine mr stock. No charge for bowing goods A. C. BLAIB 2p9tf il O. l ' JM.1 111 PHTO t . Latest Arrivals S STEW GOODS! WE are now in receipt or a large portion oi our snu tllul and magnificent Spring stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. ' Consisting In part ot ELEGANT SILKS, GRENADiaKS, PONGEE SILKS, BERAGE and ORGANDEE ROBES, LACES, of every variety. vrnrnSTTE I.ACE SETTS and EMBRO'DERIES, of every description a".l latest styles. i A general inu corap v c..suuici.fc .n-ii" nr ih. most atoroved patterns; Men and Bays Furnish ing Goods; Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes; Trunks, Va lises, Carpet Bags, carpeting ana jsaiuog, aim iu auui ti' n, all articles usually kept in onr Una. Allot which we propose seiimgery row i-.r su. r-in. .-.it mnA w. nVdze ourselves von shall have good Goods, and tt the lowest market prices. March 13 rvra a. SToCTosrooii. Stro'ot, In thekouse occupied formtrtyby Mrt Thompson, TXSS Jun rtnr-ed with tbe finest and best stock cf Fenfc-' and ladles' BOOTS ant SHOES, wh ch, being selected expressly for this market, h.trarr-ir.ti. for dnrabUitv and late style. it the name time, bete ders.hls thanks to his old pa trors for past favors, and hopeafor a libera' patronage In the new stsnd just removed to, where he will be always feaay to attend to any work In hlslne at the earliest no tice. An early call U sjtffited. 53-Bulletln pjeaM copy. . A. VACPARO & C0.3 DEALERS IS GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Liquors, wines. Cicrars. Fruits, &c, NO. 298 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. oct31 CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, Maimtreet, nest door to Odd Fellow? Ban. MEMPHIS, TENN. w-tTCT A TiTTHf3 XKT PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, IHEMICALS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods, I . nn. nl... Patent and Botanic Medicines,' Garden Seeds, Sanff, Tobacco and Cigars, Brandies ana w mra. T3T Every article sola oy us warrauvcu m i.-i subject to be returned at our expense. InlyS-ly E. BBEATHETT ""- L THOMPSON & CO., fstTCCESSOKS TO E. It. RACISE.) IMPORTERS AND DEALERS Fine livtuulics, Aines, Havana Cigars, Ttir nvrfiT OUAI.ITT 6T VIHGINI A TOBACCO, Assortod Brxuaas,,, JEFFERSON" STRKET, (Brcatbett fit Sloaer's UcUJfnff,) JSJ 1 ltji4 a, J . j r Old Castlllon-, 1815: Old Lamonde, 1S20; Old Rocneil, ana aw-reni jiiuuiu. Wines, Champagne and Claret; Old Sonth sldcMaderia.Topax Sherry; Chimpagne, Flenr d Bongy, Criam do i Crecent, Olivier 01 Cbauiprtin Bergnndy; Old Vleux Csps Sparkling Bergnndy; Clarets, ChaUux Margeaux. Itour Glass Stopper; LsSte, St. Estphe. and other brands, too numeroui to mention. Scotch Ale, London Porter ; Fancy Groceries, he., ic. feb25-dom )r-s- n!iv Smlncs Democrat copy three months, and renu duiio wis omce lorcoiitvwou. PUDL.1C COTTON WAREHOUSE. TG .-i-v5i- tnlto jnT otic o rTlnE undersigned having leased the spacious Cotton I nr-.L . M,p, unnrM .nd Third streets. lately occupitd by Messrs. Chapman & So., are prepared to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar ana aiercnanaise generally, upon favorable terms. - . rt feb3-6m v FOR SALE BT ttoo't. M. Sail, 15 fiycamore-st.. Cincinnati, O. H. G. McCOMAS, Commission & ForwardiBg IlIercnaBt, NO. 15 STCAM0RK STREET, CINCINATI, OHIO, marl 9-1 y icf: ice: ice: HAVING completed our MAMMOTH ICE HOUSE on Beal street, near the corner of Shelby, we are now prrparea to furnish our rrtcnas ana costcmers witn mr. at ONE CENT PER POUND. All orders for packing will be promptly and carefully attended to In all .easons of the year at lowest rates. The community mr depend upon our supplying them wl'h Ice at the above rate. It is our intention to keep price, within means of the poor as well as rich. r5-All orders left at the Waarf-Boat at the Mam moth lea House, or at Barnett tt Walker's, (190 Mala street.) will be promptly Mien. marSi-em DUVAL, ALQXO & CO, W. S. LAWTOS, c. K. B HE ACER, Fromerly cf LawtonvUle, S. C Of Chariestoa, 8. C. . LAT0N & CO., Upland and Sea Island COTTON AND BICE FACTORS, Perwarding & Commission merchants, XO.-38 EAST BAT AND BOTCE & CO.'S WHARF, CHAItLESTO.-S 8 C. WILL sell CotUn, Rico, Flour, Wheat j Com, Naval Siores &c Having an experience of twenty five years lnbastnest. suiramcr saiisisctiop to an wno patreotie as. Prompt, personal attention given to the forwarding department. REFERENCES non. R. D. Trevllle. Ei.I.lent. Gov.: J. H. Sheptfrd, Em., ot the Arm of Shepherd tt Mc- Cnary; Jas. Tapper. Em.. Master In Eoaltv: Hon. W. J. Gray.oo, Ex-Col!rctor and Ea-M 0., Ch.rlesien, S. C. Rev. H D. Duncan, Gen. L. M Ayir, Birnwell, S. 0. Gov. 0. J MtDonald. Jndge T Stocks Georgia. E. G. Jandon, Esq., Dr. R. G. Mays, Florida. Joseph Ramsey, Esq., Tenn. W J- Davie, Memphis, Tenn. majj-aiy LAND AGENCY. SAM'L MATTHEWS & SON, Gtneral Agents to Buy, Sell and Locate Land in the Mississippi Bottom. PARTICULAR attention Is paid to I he sei'ction ot COTTON PLANTATIONS rm tbe Internal Im provement and Chickasaw Scheo Lands. Several years experience enables them to give satisfac tion. tTermseasy. Aaarcs "rieaiant Mount, Fanola county. Miss." apS-dsiwSm . C. N. AVEEILL, RcceiYinj, Forwarding and Commission AGE JSTT, jaftsUCCEJSOR TO T. STENIIOUJE It to.,) NO4 HA1NE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0. REFERENCES John Caldwell, President S. C. R. R., Columbia. S C; Col. J. A. Whites Wes, asd H. W. Msengale, Chattanooga, Tenn ; Grr '.V. Williams & Co , Charleston, S C; Chas. N. ABderson, G rural Agent, Nashville, Tenn.; Wm. Tajlor & Co., Montgom ery, Alabama. Particular attention given to the SETTLEMENT of PKEIGHTS, and for lost and damaged Goods by vessels. apjl aiy LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL at & A. V. DuPOKT, MANUFACTURERS OF NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER, AND DEALERS IN PAPERS OP ALL KINDS, 477 Main-Street, Louisville, Ky. uecju-uawiy a. FITZGERALD. ..CIIA5. C. EIIX..J. WOODWOEIH. H. FITZGERAL.D & CO., (Successors to Park, Simpson 4 Co.,) Grocers, Produce Dealers, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS No. 92 Front Bow, Memphis, ABO " JACKSONPORT, ARKANSAS. Jnlj6-dawlr C. r.it. KOLANO .. .A. S. HCET NOIiAND & CO., GENERAL AGENTS AND Collec ojr s . L.ITTJLE ROCK, ARK. REFER TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen and Capt. Chirley Church. feb7-tf 3 News, Enquirer and Fowlkes' Express copy till forbid.-ly B. W. ALEXANDER II. J. LA5SISQ. ALEXANDER & LANSING, COMMISSION MERCMTS, KU3. 61 AliU 60 LOCUST STKKBT, 3ain.t Xiouis, XVCo. REFEREXCES. J. J. Murphy, Memphis; Cook k. Co., Memphis; Barnett a walker, " loan & uoyer, " febS-ttm BRADY. & DATJUSS, GENERAL C03DI1SSI0N MERCHANTS, Mam htrcet, jLouisviiie, ivy., MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope.ag glngfjeans, L'nseys, he. sn23-ly- A. O. SMITH. ...B. r. OUTHRIE....CEO. J. ROWLAND. SM'III, GUTHRIE & CO., Commission SIcvcliaiits WHOLESALE GBOCEHS;-'-' DEALERS Irt Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AXD AGENTS FOR THE SALE Or Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco, ?io. 504 Main Street, between Second and Third, JsnlS-ly LQUISVILLETkT. C. II. HABVET.. S. BHARVET. C M. HARVEY & CO., COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. niTR nersnnal attrntlnn willbegtvfcn to the Sale or Forwarding of Goods or, Produce consigned to our address. We will contract Fr ight on the above inr re-shlpment either by sail or steam vessels, at lowest rates. Wo have had several yearsaexperience In onr market In the purchasing ot Staples and assorted Merchandise. REFER Tf cook ct uo., J. (J. Urimng Kjsro , speed fit Strange, Hannah & Shanks. dccl2-ly a foam aloffits. jr ICE CEBBI SALOON! fos. Siteclit BEGS leave to inform tbe Ladies arid Gentlemen of Memphis and its vicinity that he has, now opened his newly ft ted up ICE CREAM SALOON, in his new brlckbulldlng on Madison street, where be will be pleased to see his o d customers, and the public in general. s J3 Always on band, every variety of Confectioneries. He will also fnrnish Wedding Parties and Balls at the shortest notice. JOSEpn SFECHT. ap25-d3m WORSHAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Plain and Fancy Candies Adams Street, under the Wor sliam House, KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green and Dry Fruits, Fruits in their iwn Juice, Jellies, Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Piciled Oys ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, One Wines, Brandies, all klndaNnts,&c. In connection with toll estatiiiscment, 1 have ntted up an ICE CREAM SALOON, For tbe accommodation of citizens and the vMtlnc public nuB-dtll6nov ,. S. P. BRICHETTO. VCtaSUAitl UOVSB, Corner of Main and Adams street. MEMPHIS, TENN. THI3 House Is situated In the centre ot business, act is now finished and in complete order. The Proprietor pledges himself it shall not be surpassed by any House In the Sontt west. Being grateful for the very liberal patronage bestowet on him for the last two years, he hopes by a street atten tion t business to mrlt a continuance of the sarae. 0C7-tf J. J. WORSHAM, Proprietor Jmetv Restaurant : f?S-L ON UNION STBEET. THE subscriber respectfully Informs his old friends and all. the public, that he has opened a new Restau rant on Union street, where he Is prepared to furnish the best viands that can be! fonnd In the market, served In the best Parisian styles, Oysters, Game, Steaks, Salt and Fresh Water Fish, Birds In fact, everything suited to the Caest and most delicate epicurean taste. Give me a call I have six different rooms for the ac commodation of Private Parties. I will not be outdone In any branch connected with my business. fetfUMf GU3. DKMPERWOLF. T O BACCO ! $80,000. TTTE have In store and are coaitantly receiving the T r most ceieDratea oranos or tubacco from Virginia, Kentucky and Missouri, which we sell at manufacturers' prices. We weuld call attention to the following brands Trotter's Rough and Ready Twist; Pace's 1' ' ' Walker tt Co.'s " " HoIlandVExtra Pancake; Mohican, pounds ; Whit Tunstall, pouneli ; Pocahontas " Emma Adams Bigg " n John's " ,. Parkins " Sutherlln' . " . Persian Smoking Tobacco. SEABROOK & -CARSON, feMl-Sm Madl.on str-e t, two doors from Main. NOTICE. rpHE public are heteby f.-rewarned from trading for a jl uuiv wrawu ur mo iua psyauie so ioc oroer or it is. Edwards, for the sum of S 1.000 dated Slst April. IS57. The note was lost accidentally this day, and I will not pay It out at tne extent 01 ins ur, apXMw B. MTER3. rrTTt'T 1 i llltllintrjj wis- NEW MILLINERY GOODS, At No. 8 Court Street, BETWEEN MAIN STREET AND FRONT ROW. airs. H.CARTER HAS Just return d with her stock of Spring and Sum merMWinery. and wHl open on FRI DAT, the 27th lu.UPt, co'slsltag in part of Fine French Flours ; Fine French Wreaths ;' ladles' and Mlstes' Bonnets ; Ribbons, Dress Rata; IUc ant Edgings; Head Dresses, And agne al assnrtment of Millinery Coodi. Tha la dies of Memphis and vicinity aro-respectf ally Invited to call and examine for themselves. t -tf . H. CARTER. JVJE if go ods: SPUING FASHIONS, AT THE EiUPORIUM OF FASHIOIY, nA . . . n ' ia MAW SlltbtT, MEMPHIS, TENN. WE are receiving and opening, for the --r T intpectlon of he ladles, one ot the most fashlooab e stocks of Frrnch Mininfr. .nri iT raucy Dry Goods ever brought to this city. Also, a very select assortment of Dress GooJs, Stlks, Biregee, Chal lies, Orcaudies. Grandees. TUnne Robes, p'sta and dotted Muslins, Ilc. We call particular attention to our Millinery Department, Consisting of all styles of Frecch Bonnets, Leghorn, Eng lish Straw, NeopoUtan Eugenles and Glptles, Flowers and Ribbons. Five thousand dollars worth of One French Embroideries Valendnes, G impure, HonLon, Point Lac setts, Chantlliy Lace, Embroidered fills Mantillas, Lace Ba-quines, Dress Trimmings of all styles ; Parasols, Fan., Glmpnre Laces, he. Also, at th Emporlam of Fashion, Dress and Mantilla Making djne, guarantying satisfaction as to style asd sht-pe. Mourning goods a'ways on hand, and orfers promptly altendd to. The ladies are most respectfully Invited to call and examine our goods bef orr purchas'ng elsewhere. W. ST11 LMAN . CO., Pl2 299 Male street, Memphis. Tenn. NEW STORE J9M w s to vm: THE subscriber would respectfully an nounce to the ladies of Memphis aud sur rounding country, that he is now opening s coer. plete fresh lock of PARIS MILLINERT, PANCT DRT GOODS, LACES, EMBROID ERIES ar da general assortment of LADIES FANCi" GOODS, wbich he is prepared to sell at tbe very lowest prices for cash. Al. kinds cf MILLINERT mad to order at the shortest notice. WM. 8ILBERBERG, No SCO Main street, third door above Lehman's Drr Goo. K.n-w- " . v-..- fXSR HUNDRED barrels Mess Pork, for sale by mar31 HANCOCK. CLARK tt CO. FORTT THOUSAND pounds Bulk Pork, forsale by marl7 nANCOCK. CLARK i CO. TEN tierces Ml'ehell, Guthrie X Co., Hams ; 10 tierces Stag: & Shay. Fxtra Ilimj, for sale by marl7 HANCOCK. CLARK tt CO. 0 NH HUNDRED.AND FIFTY bbs Mess Pork, for sale by HANCOCK, CLARK h. CO. mar!7 ONE HUNDRED Uses and half boxes Soda Ciackers, or sale by HANCOCK, CLARK Jr. CO. marl7 FIFrY bhds. Sugars, for sale bv mar!7 HANCOCK. CLARK ir. CO. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT btis. Whleky, for sale by marl7 nANCO-QKOLARK tt CO. THREE nONDRED kegs No 1 Leaf Lard, for sale bj marl" HANCOCK, OLARK Sr. CO. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTT bags Coffee, forsale by mart? HANCOCK. CLARK & CO. FIVE casks Shoaiders, far sale by mar!9 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO. TEN casks Plain Haas, received asd for sale by marl3 nANCOCK, CLARK h CO. 1EVKNTT-FIVE boxes S'arch, for sale by ) marl7 HANCOCK, CLARK & CO N EW BACON 60,000 pounds Trnnesree Bacon, fei saKTDy raaria nANCOCK, CLARK It CO. T7IFTr-ONE buxes quart Flasks, for sale br A marts HANCOCK. CLARK & CO. TWENTY-FIVE casks Clear Ssda Bacon; 26 casks pUlff Hams; So casks Shoulders For sale by mar31 HANCOQK. CLARK h. CO. FOUR HUNDRED Ibis. Flour, for faleby mv!7 HANCOCK. CLARK & CO. fTlWENTT-FIVE kegs GoMen Syrup, for saH by Ik marl7 HA STOCK. CLARK k. CO. "a-? THREE HUNDRED kegs No. 1 Leaf Laid; 10 barrels do. For sale by s: martljr HANCOCK, CLARK h, OO, JUST RECEITED. 1 nfiBBL3 andhalf tWs. IUrrls'U Alo; lUU'M casks quarts aad pints London Porter; tor uoaen ucieiters sif mien ntttera ; ISO bb's. Dexter s and r Ictene Whisky; 100 Wi. ILriS"n's Ohio Flour ; 25 ca.ks Bacon Sides, Hams, and SbonkUri ; 50 bbls. Mackerel, 60 kits Mackerel; "5dirn Core Oyt-rs; . CO cross GarrettI Snan. bottlerat-d papers; V 100 boxes Star Candles, S0d.zen Blooms; 60 colls Manilla R-ipe, all nlzes ; 7 boxes Virginia Tobacco ; "2 25 box-s Soda Crackers, 25 bbls. p;c-Nic Crackers ; 50 boxes Lemon Syrnp, 25 boxes Smoking Tobacco ; 25 boxes Pie F nil, 25 boxes Sttrch ; .yi . r:.vi ikk..u ALSO, Sogar. Cffe Molasses. Teal Oranges, Lemon,, f Flis, Rabin-, Almonds, Pi-rans, English Walnuts, Fil berts, Sardines, sc. For sale cy apl6 - J. r r HAS K.. 240. S3 Front ROW. Coffee. BAGS Rio CoCee, Just received and for sale low to tbe tiade-by DOUGHERTT h ATDLETT, No. 13 Front Row. 100 apl5 Sugar, Sueur. QC HHD3. Sagar,Just received and for sale low to i&O thetradeby. " DOUGHERTT St ATDLETT, ap!5 T. No. 23 Front Row. Sundries. OK BOXES'asierted Piekles; 25 boxes tine old C. Brandy ; 25 boxes Table Salt ; Just received and for sate low to the trade by DOUGHERTT h ATDLETT, ap!5 ,-no. 23 rroat row. Dean's TThislty. SEVENTT-F1VE barrels Dean's Whisky, for sale to dose account by spM-d!m J. EOTD h CO. Harris' Ale. TWENTT-FTVB barrels, per steambOit Glendale, In store and lor tale by aplf-dlm J. BOVD h. CO. . Sundries; BLACKBERRT BRANDT oa ilrf t : Cherry " " Grape Brandy Amn rentier, apll-dlm J. BOTD tt CO TTliisIty. SUCH as will s'and the test of Judges, vis. : Superior vld Bourtcn : No. 1 old Monongabela ; Pure Kentncky Bourbon, apll-dlm J BOTD tt CO. . Foreign Liquors. RECEIVED by recent mportations : -Brandt's of every variety; nollana am, pure ana sencine; Pure Jamaica Rum, guarantied ; Port Wine, pnre London Dock ; Sherry and Madtira Wines. apU-dlm - J BOTD Jt CO , 170 Maln-st. Cigars. NE hundred thousand CIGARS, Juit received and fcr KJ sale by J. BOTD it CO. pl-dlra S. B. WILMAiJISOIV, (Successor to Williamson ir Hancock J l-GROCER COMMISSION MERCHANT, mrOBTEK or FINE WINES, BRANDIES, Havana Cigars &c, SO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. Jnlyl . Eeceived this Day, v- K ABBLSMessPoiK; JUso kegs No. 1 Leaf Lard; 25 tierces Sugar-Cured Hams ; . SO kegs Shot, assorted sixes ; 100 bs Whisky. All of which we will sell cfcup for cash at N. 13 Front Row, Memphis. JUlyl B. a. WILLlAMSOJi. GROCEEIES, &o. THE subscribers keep on hand the following articles, which they warrant to be of first qnallty, and for sale low for cash ; Wheat Fans and Threshers ; B. Carver It Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ; Wagons. Northern and Southern manufacture! Bacon, hog-round ; Flour, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco ; t Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ; Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead; Brandies and Wines, superior article ; Lime, Cement aad Plaster Paris; Together with a general assortment of all articles usu ally kept In a Grocery store. GWTNNE & GIBSON, Julyi Nos. 1 aad 2 Exchange Building. A.. STREET & CO MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF RAILROAD CARS, CARTS, Poplar, betweenOrlain and Second Streets, auglS MEMPHIS, TK2VX. Sraiisporlatcoir S. r. M'ALEXA5ttGB ..J. T. CBIOE1TIX J. It ORWHr. NEW ABEANGEMENT. M'ALEXANDER & CO.'S Oninilius liine. .'.AVING purchssed the Omnibus Llae for merly owned By P.etcher it Iret v irr nra $for the Spring buiine.-. Th. mmberm our Arm arc all known to tbn citizens at the Biyfl City and the surrounding country. From oar experience la public basisess, we feel confi dent that wa are qualified to carry oat the enterprise la which we engage. Give us a trial : we win eadaavor to pleasa you We shall have new omnlbues. flaei teams, careful, steady drivers and acaomaiodatlcg ageuta. , (.Ofdce at the Cetera! Railroad, Stage and Omnibus Agency, at the Wursham House, where tickets may be proofed at all times. mys in MCALKSANPER it CO. SIXTY MILES THE SHORTEST BEST H-OHTE TIA Mississippi and Tennessee R A I K TO AD Grenada and Inttrmcdlate Foints. J. P. MC ALEXANDER Si CO.'S DlILT LI.VE t'F POTJK HOKSE POST COACHES, FROM MempbwUjlT.nada. In caaoectien with the Mlssuslppi ami Teones ee Raltrtial. a distance of one hundred and are raitet Sf ty miles railroad, and but one chsnge or baggage. Time through," thlrteea hours. ew Coa-h-s. ane trams and cartfol drivers, and time and money saved no mistake. JLj JTj-ForTlikets, and alldes red information, arply to oor agent, at the tienetal Railroad, Stsgo and Omnibus OSce, at the Worsham House. my6-3l J P MC ALEXANDER h CO. JD1UECT MOUTJb TO WASHINGTON, ARK., TEXAS. &C. STAGE leaves Gaster's Landing, Ark., (Mississippi iivr i unsDiTS trenxBSiiiVH ?wi KTnv-s at 6 a M.jaad arrives in Washaigloa In flitv hours' Fare $13. Washington passenge-a have the preferear bf seat Passing through M ntkeilo. Wama, Hamp ton and Camden connecting at Camden wt h Stage liars to E dorado And lo Hot Sptlfiga trie Prince tan. Tulip and Ruckpart. Cooncetngat Washlngtoa with lines to CUrksMBf. Texas, Shrevepert. Louisiana, and Lit tie Rock, Ark. Tbe road throagh the Mbjtestepi boium Is greatly im proved, aad mssey has begrcappropriated from the In ternal Improvement and oilier funds which guaranties that it wil twmade equal to any other portion of the road this summer. BaOAN & CO , Proprietors. BELDI5Q A 3T0.tr. Agents. ap29-datwlm Gsjter'S Landing. SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM- .PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES. By WnilYoad from Civivo! To Chicago Dire cf in Sixteen Hours', without Breat oj uuage or unange oj, van or Jiaggage. BRANCH FROM CENIRALIA IS NOW FLVISHSD, Thus shortening the time to sixteen hours, to Chicago. AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars . leaving tie eam Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Fills, RochestereAlbany, Xew Tork, Boston, and all Eastern and Atlantic Cities. Only two ibange ot Cars from Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and Jour from Cairo to New Tork. Tinje from Cairo to New Tork, foAty-ntse boars. Fare as WW, and oomf ort great er, thanlgy. any other route. Passengers throagh are HOT surfcted to the delays consequent to the frequent changesby short lines of Railroad, tbroegh Indiana and Ohio, to the .cast ana orth. . Also, connecting at Chicago -with Michigan Southern Trains, fsrtllevrland, Dunkirk, aad th- East, with Lake Shore Railroad and Steamers tor Raciae, Milwaukee, Sheboygan, he., and with a splendid Line of First Class steamers for bauit St Marie, Lake Superior, Colling wood, Toronto, ac. "rains leave Cairo Every Morning and Svemngas fol lows! 6:05 a.m., Chicago and Dunlelth-Express. Sundays excepted. Tats Train connects at Chicago with New Tork Light ning Express, aver Michigan Ceatral, Great Western aad New Totk Central Railroads, throagh in latrty-oae hoars. This Train also coaaects at Sandoval with tttjo and Mississippi Railroad ur St. Loots aad Viacennes ; at Pans, with Trains ct the Terra Haute, Alton aad St. Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincin nati; at Decatur, with Main Line Express for Galena Dunlelth; the Utter connecting with Trams to Spring field. Naples, Rock Island. Burlington aad Quincy. 6:10 r. M., New Tork Express, Saturdays excepted. Stopping only at Important Stations, except on Signal, connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur U. uinieiin, ana arriving at Chicago at z r. it. Passengers for the Upper MluWoi Ota. will and at Dun lelth, steamers of the Dunlelth and Minnesota Packet Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cairo Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St Paul, he. Passenger, for Janesville and Central and Eastern Wlscocsia, con nect at Freeporl with Trains to Betott and Janesvllk, anu from thence to Madison and Central aid Eastern Wis consin. The Maps and Charts Indicating the Great Central Route to the North and Eatt are an exact transcript of Cotton's Map of the United States, and passengers are requested to examine this route a well as the ruining time cards ot the connecting Reads, and judge for them selves as to the correctness of tha above statements. The ripening of the Illinois Central Railroad front Cairo to Chicago, acd thus firming a speedy and direct means of .Kcejmmunleatlcn between the Upper Lakes and'RIveTS, and iikeriAwer Mississippi, assres to ice pieasnre traveler, - T!wclI as the business man, attMC'too and facilities for reaching the North and East, which surpass thereof any other route whatever. The accommodations fur nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav eling publlc.the permanency of the road and structure, the strengthTand elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com mend themselves 'o those who desire in traveling speed. ivuiiuii .uuuia, owe luwummcu Wl III DUUlf. of. laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis, No. 15 Jefferson streets WILLIAM MORIN, Agent, 1unt-1v. , 1. WminhU. TVnn iitilMitcj tafcrials. J. WELLES.... ..J. S. ERWIS. jflempliis Fact org AUD LUMBER YABD, Overton street, near the Memphis and Ohio Depot, KEEP for sale and make to 01 der Drs, EUfds, Sash, Mantles, Frames, Mouldings ana everysssVg in" that line, of the be.t materlils and workmanship. They are alo prepared to do all Kinds or Sawing aad Planing for the trade, and to erect braidings or every description ; to shelve and fit up stores, and other Jucsin:. Having procured suitable machinery they wllfroon be enabled to manufacture PACKING BOXES of aH kinds, cheaper and better than ever before made la thecitv. Shingles white Pine and otherALsmber for sale, dresdst and.nedtessed. J3 Orders from the country promptly attended to. apS3-dawly C. B: MOORE J IIAUTEAD K BASES. STxlR PLANING MILL, Doorv'Sash and Blind Manufactory, ASD li UMBER SECOND STREET, SOUTH OF UNION, MEMPHIS, TENX. TT1L00RING, Weatherboards, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door P and Wlnd.w Frames and Casings, Mantles, Moufcl Ings, Co-nice, Ceiling, Laitl e Wotfc, Basebords, Turn ing, scroll wort, aneiviDsr, coxes, ax., ami every ue scrlptInof Building Material, dressed and undressed, always on hand and made to order. JtUUKK, u Laiu.L at tu. X. B. The highest cash price paid for all kind- of Lumber myl lr (Carriage cositorifS. Cari'iasre Factory, THE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory en Second street, between Washington and Adams streets, wl-ere they are prepared ttTManufactnre and Re pair Carriages at the shortest notice. All work done by them will be guarantied, and a share of public patronage solicited. Jan3-ly L. a. BURR h CO. GREAT SOUTH1TESTERN CARRIAGE EMPORIUM! 1. M, TOWELIi & CO; THIS extensive establishment continues at the old stand on Union sf race, bet seo M sin and Second, where maybe found a very fine assortment of Carriages, Bug gies Rockaways. he.,ot their own manufacture. They take this method of returning thanes for past favors, and Invite those wishing to buy to examine their stock before purchasing elsewhere. ap!7 ly J & A. WOODRUFF, CARRIAGE REPOSIT'OKY, N03. 3 & 1 Exchango Briildirigs, MEMPHIS, TENN. CONSTANTLT on hand a large assort ment of CARRIAGES, trcm the belt manufactories. In the United States. Carriages built to order ar.d work fully guarantied. All Unas of Repairing dace with neatnees and dispatch ty ap30 6m J. & A- WOODRUFF, C. C. MAYD WELL'S MJJMBEE KWBB, riAO KbMUVhU TU Adams Street, 1et. Main aad 2d, MEMPHIS, TENN., Tl 7UKRE can be found all description of Grave Work. V V which will be furnished as cheap as It can be got Lin any market West. Also, Building; Work done at snort it is to the Interest ot all persons wanting such work to purcbae from the yards at Memphis Instead of purchase lug from Agents, as the Manufactory have to addl the twenty per cent, mat is paia Agents to mo whs hn j them. Southerners, 100x10 your interest . dc2-4wsm C. C. MATSWELL. 7rr .ittiiijjuntiuxjiu p MISSISSIPPI CENTRA!. AND TEN NESSEE RAILROAD OPEN from Junction with M-mphis and Chariestrr Railroad to M-xon. 16 4 miles North of BoUvar, and eleven mile. Sam h of Jack.-os Tenn. " PASSRNGt R AND MAIL TRAIN leaves Grand" Junc tion duly at 10 a it , or a arrival of mam lag mall train from itemphu, coawctlnr at Medoa with Wily'a line of Coaches lor Nashville trs Jackson and Hunting ton, and by way of Leils;ton, CttfUn, WayneaUro', Monnt Pleasaat. aad fros -prlog Hill by th Teanesteo and Abbaaua RaOnxd. Rarn.ng,!raresMcdaaatI:aO r. tt , connecting at Grand Junction with erector maH train Into Memphis, arriving at 7:15 P'S R P. NEELT. Sop't. MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE ss RAILROAD. Wow Open to SctrcZU. Two Daily Trains each "Way, (SCNDATS EXCEPTED ) T?ROM and afW WEDNESDAT, March 25. 1S57, th A? MAIL TRAIN leaves Memphis daily, (Sundays ex cepted ) at 7: 15 A. ji , arriving at Sardia at 10:C5 a. ac. Retaraiag. leaves Sardis at 10:35 A. si . and arrives it Memphis at 1"25 r. m This Train conatcts at Sardis with Messrs. J. P McAl exaBder h Co.'s D.lly Lioe of first class Post Coach for Pa noil, Grenada, Caatos, Jaekn aad Vleksbarg. Tbe ACCOMMODATION and FREIGHT TRAIN leaves Sarttaat fc30 a. m., arming at Memnhis at 10:40 a. m. Returt lag. Raves Memplus a: 2:30 M . and arrive at Sardis at 7 30 r M Passeoger ar reaajMted to panhsse tickets before entering the ears, aad save pa meat ..' extra far. Baggsge checked to an stations on the Rattread, and no baggage will be received mtbuut being checked. Eca passenger wnj be allowed It 0 jwuadj ,.f baggage by Rail road, aad 69 peaads by stage, bet no article win be car ried as baggage that is not Incident to th person of tbe passengers. Ia case of loss, the Cempary wig bold themselves r sponsibte tar aa amount not exceedtBS $59 J3T-Nru-, when traveUng alone, mast have a permit aamr&j tae pttat to which they are u go, and speesrylag that they are to travel by Rauread, or they notte "'ried. E. w htbiw sa23 Superintendent. jrj-Karle and Eaaairer. Morn tap- K,. ti ..-.. papvrs, Greaada papers, aad the Vlui.,i.'n .. t.,v psou copy, ar.d discaotloae former advrtis meats. " GMEAT MOUJE TO THE EAST AND NORTH. MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON M A I Ij U O 12 COMPLETED . RAILROAD coaaeci!oa direct from MEMPHIS to New Tork Philadelphia. Baltimore. WuMn,t try RwhBiood, CrarlesUn, aad Savaaaah THROrGU TICKETS sold to to feOowing poteU NashvUChatlaaotSa, AugusU, Cbirwsloa, Wihnioit toa Atlanta. Montcumerv. rni.n n. n . , . ... Savannah. " JUKOUGH TO XASHYILL.E IS 25 HOURS, Throseh Ticket nffic st tk rnmm',fi.i . ... phu, Tean.. P. M. PATTERSON, Agent, ' awa;s geou. Fare aa low as y any other arst-dsss roate. For Paseungcrs. a bk-w route is now crpensd toXtir ERN ail ATLANTIC CITIE . uasBn.Al-; S ... aad safety-direct and txpeditioas, with eennectlens si e Passing theagh slave territory, perfect security Uutersd tor the cuBvcjano-of servants. F.r FREIGHT from.New Tork, aadother Eastern eHlea. by earners te Chsnesta or Savaaaaa. acd raltwivd. rectta Memphis. Iheatieotkm ot Soathem aad Western Merchants is sIed to ibis roate. btor zTi more expedttioss, thsa aay other , inrewa rates aad otsnectt ws eoiabHshed. The ADAilS EXPRESS COMPANT is ncwlaconnee- tiOB With this IIB.- wuutt- Tae THROHG H MAILTRA1N leaves Memphis DA1LT at 7 o clock a M (. MesaUs time.) consecttBg wttE Eastward awl We-tward trains a the A'ashvffle aad Chattanooga Railroad, at Stev.as.n, sane day Also coaatcu, at Grind Jaactwa with the Mississippi. Central Railroad to Hetty Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Can ton Jackson, etc., he. ' Also connect atGraad Jaaetton Station wHb. Tennes see Central Railroad to Betnrar, and Jackson Alsocennects at Pocaaoatas with TTt-Weekly Lice of Mtestelpp? Tattec- Aberdeen and Columbus. r, Th -VPCOMM0DAT1ON TRAIN leaves Memphis DAILT texept Swd.ys) at 3:46 r M.. (2:30 Memphis Usm:,) tor Janctwa with th Mi'sij.lRffO.ntral and Tea aessee Central Rairoad.. SoaervTae aad intermediate Statioss. Rtggage checked to all stations on th. r?.u. j no Basgag wUl be receivecrVitheut betas checked EachpasseagrrwOI be allowed seventy-five pounds of baggage by Railroad, and sixty oottnda Irstm-w .... article will be carried as baggage that is not incident to tbe person of tbe passenger. In ease of less th Com pany will hold themselves responsible for an amount not exceeding $100. Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before en tering the cars, and save payment of extra fare. Negroes, when traveling alone, must hare permit na ming the point to which they are to go. and srxcifylni that they are to travel byraHraad. carried. N- ticket will be sold them, aor wffl they be re ceived on the ea s, unless their owner r agent be present or known to the kket Agent aad Cauduettr, or other person to vouch for genuineness of permit. F. C. ARMS. General Superintendent, HuttsiiOe. Ala. ep2I is. ATRE3. .Superintendent of Transportattgn. MemphH. Tenn For Baltimore, Washington, New aoM, Pliiladelphia, &c Direct Through Line for thoEast! Baltimore and OJiio RAILROAD. THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore (T70 miles,) and toTW ashington, (400 miles.) and Brii.e. th- raUest advantages both as a freight and naiiec runs through wild and romantic rezions r tt,.. Alt' -tuies; sad being solidly constructed, compietetr equipped and carefully managed, Is one of the most at tractive and safest Railroads in the United State. Th Ceatral Ohio Railroad, from Columbus and Zanesvjne to Wheeling, unites ibis road with aH portions of the West and Southwest. Tbe oslt Tnaocan Tickets nta r.,. Louisville and St. Locis to the Natiosal Mil TBOPOLts, are sold by this road, which runs direct U asnmgiea wiiuoai laeueiaj oi passmg through Xalti- msre. It is also tne only tin. oy which baggage can be checked to Waslungton from the Ohio river. $3-By the mail route from Memphis, take tt mall steamers, running daily for Louliville. connecting , with mail steamers or JecersonviUe Railroad for Cincin nati, wrier mey im huw connect with the cars of Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, connect ag then 1 with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newark aad Zases viUe, to Wheeling. By the express train of this route the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore asd to Washington is less than 77 hours. 53-Ee snr to ask for tickets by theBaltimora aad fihu Railroad Route. S3Passengers from Memphis going East thm-rt t Louis, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore aad Ohio Raltraad. This rontc lays through Vinceones.TirraHaate. Indianapolis, etc., to Wheeling, over the nWf Ohio and Mississippi aad connnecting Roads. Theso connections are all direct, aad the time from St. Loots to ftmm or Washington is but about 43 hours. Through Tickets by this rente may be had of th Agent, under the Plan ters nous., u me imwu I.wea ; rrom st. Louis ti Balttraere $25; to Washisgtoa $2S. At Whceiicz the passenger takes the sunerior r.r. the Baltimore and 0M Railroad, which leave three time daily for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New lor. lnroK&a i" 10 r 11 nonrs, inaucung stoppage. For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of Ihe country, aad general comfcrt, this road Is second to none in the Union. FREIGHTS. This company possesses the . equipment of any Railroad in the United States, aad is prepared to do an Immense business la transportation. The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and ta tne strreis 01 auiiuuorc wiu tae Kauro&d to Fhilade! phi and New Tork; steamers f Ericsson and Balti more Steamship Lines, by Canal and Sea to New Tork, and by new MerchanTa' and Miners' Line to Boston steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, he. For particulars, see freight tariff, copies or which may be had of the Forwarding Houses In the West, or o? J. B. Fasxi Receiving ana i orwanung Agent at Wheeling. WM. S. WOODSIDK, Master of Transportation, Baltimore. THROUGH TICKETS, alowlng the holders to stop st any point, and resume their seats at measure mm. h. purchased at the Compn,'s Offlce. No. 15. JeOersta street, 3 doors Kast cf the Commercial Hotel. Memrhis Jnne25-lr WM. MORIN. Agent. " JACOR BECHTOIaD, CORNER OP CHICKASAW AND JACKSON-BTS IXoiaa.3DlalfBi, Toaaxx.. DEALER In Ale, Porter, Cider and Wlces of :aK kinds, manufactured by the most celebrated estattlihueat In the United States. For sale. Wholesale or Retail. From my Ions experience in the business (twelve years tt which has been in tha dty ot Memphis)! fla tsrmvself 1 with the guaranty I hav had from my old customer. inai my exertions nave oeen appreciated by there Iuly37-dawtf JACOB BKCHTrtLn. H.EMOVATJ or the NEW DRUG STORE. WE take pieasnre In informing the ciUxena of Memphis and the public generally that ws hav re moved our stock of Drugs lo the corner of Main and Union streets, and will take plenum in accommo dating all who rasy favor ns witb a call. - We are also la receipt ot a full supply of fresh and gen uine Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, tc Particular attentioa paid to filling of Prescriptions at aU hours f day and night. 4ctl-tf R- JOINER k. GO. SOME FORTY OR FIFTY ACCU MLATED COTTON NEGROES POS SALE. FROM the State ot Georgia, consisting of 1 raen, women, boys and girls. Amour; them 1 STarare me very likely families in a few taWHiTs we Intend to concentrate our purchases from Kentucky and Tlrglnla to this point, andrle the buyers of thJ. country aa opportunity of Investing their money In good Negroes. Give us a call before tailing your purchases. xnarM-Sm BOLTON. PICIIK8 A. CO. FIFTT barrels Powdered and Crushed Sugars, for sal by mar!7 HANCOCK, CLASS A. CO. enmw Vrsgglitltmpbls. myJ-tf PHELOK h. FABBIS.