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BY M'CLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO. MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17 1857. VOL. VIII. NO. 50. MJIMP Wk KS JHL 1 iML JL. JLJi ! f PKtjiHSDDA I LT, TRI-WKRKLTAND WEEKLY, BY JNw. R. Sl'CULXAHAN, LEONIDAS TROUSDALE, WM. M. BUTTON, BENJAMIN F. DILL, ENDERTHE STYLE AKD nRX Or - tt'OLANAHAN, HUTTON" & CO., TOWHOM Ali LETTERS 0!f BUSINESS, OB OTHEU gltSj SHOULD BE ADDRESSED. PRICE OF STJBSCRIPTIOX. DiBv, la advattee, per annum ...$10 00 Trl Weekly, " " " .... 6 09 Weekly. " " " 3 00 53" The Weekly paper win be famished to Clots or Ten and upwards at $2 69 each ; payable lUTajtiWy la Sil ases. aBd every CI to be made ap at ene oClee. 3" Aa old subscriber and a new ene will be taken to gether at $2 SO each. S3" la Be else wfll the paper be seat t sew subscri bers uah es the order for the same Is attended with the cut. S3" Alt Dally soVscriptlons will ccsMered due and riFMe half-yearly In advance. JGr Mm teregessg terms win be strictly and rlglily adhered is. DAILY RATES FOR ADVERTISING. Adopted by the Appeal end Eatt end Bnqzttrer. For oae, square of tea lines er tees, one iswrUea...$l 00 FeruehaddittoaaltaseriieBef same CO jfcj 0 2. I ft i U .- c 3 3 5 B K s 51 E i d - r r c j K , 1 I : i : 1. X 03 (H 5 wj 6 9 S MilS 69 12 6 15 80j 90 0 3. 4 M 6 SI 7 59 9 SsjlS OQjlA 00 18 To aSPf 30 09 I. C 09 8 09 IB OollS 0jl6 SO 90 O0j2s Bv 30 69. in 00 4. 7 M K) 0912 69 U 6030 9015 09 31 37 60 50 00 8. 9 0 K 03 15 0 IS QOtU 00i30 M37 6(1 46 00; 60 69 . 1 ' 6. M 5 U 00 17 Srjsi OSjSS 03o 6ft43 76 52 50 70 00 7. h 90s ea m ei 00 bs e-te 00.50 058 t 66 eo I 1 I. 56 K 0U 22 69127 0;96 045 69 66 S6t7 59 99 00 t. is ssa ems eo'ae ea-ta 90 59 00' 92 09)75 09 100 00 J3" O 4re, reswwibte weekuy, per snnam, $ W 66 ' " ' twice a r.tri, 60 69 (3 7w ssjoaree, reaewable weekly, per annem, 00 60 " " " twice a week. " 89 09 3" AB aAveMiseaeoU reqaired to be kept on second pace. Charge! as new each oat, and gq third pace, ta'a&v-aaec ever stated rate . J3- Admtlsemeats directed to he dttplsred, or set in UrreUpe, charged double rates. EJ Yearly advertisers wl 1 be chaired extra for oeca pytBg space over contract, and wheal lasoe type la rfr . sired to be csed, er the adventsetBet kept ea KuWe of paptr. ES Ysarly advertisers will be clarc;e extra at regalar rate foi Waats, Rra-s, Beraovals. Cepartaershlp K- tice. to oewtmees, &c Transient Advektisiso stvst se rAiDros jr ADVAXCX. X3T advertleement will appear tn the Weekly paper saiess by t pec al contract . C? AdveTtieraeais to be 1 Beer ted in the Wreily paper e4y, or at Irresalar lstervaU is ettjflr the papers, win be ssursed $1 per equre Jer'every insertion. AaaoBBeiBS candidates for State, County and Ma nictpat OSces, $5 each, to be paM in advance In every Instance. E5" Alt advertlseraenta for Charitable IneiltBtivBS, Fire eaeapaaiee. Ward. Towa, aad etber Pabtic MeeUags, toliweaiarsed half prlc. Carriages aadDealfes aralMWished as news ; bat ebttaartrs, Trlbate:' of Respect ahd Funeral Inritatisas a cjfcer advertieesents. X3 All Legal and Transient AdvertiseaMBts will be s&arajed by the insert loa. 3" ZdHeriaJ Xetices la Local CeiBsia wis be chareed 0 rwat per Use S3KededectioB or variation wlK be made from the rcrf going rates. KcCLAXAHAN. HUTTON & CO. Irofcssifliial (Harfis. NOTICE. TR- SAUNDRRS' oSlce at J. X. SMge&Co.'s Drag Stare, near the Poet Office. Br3-tf G. Vf. TRUEKBART, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, XeeasM Teterrre. OSce in 3ioby &. Beat's new Bsoclc, us; stairs, Freat Row. Refer to E. H. Appenoa & Ce.. asm W. B. HiBer. afl-fli DR. D. F. WRIGHT HAS tesoved te Fgan's Bu tidings, en Adams street, opposite the Worth am Heese apIT-laa Br. It. L,. L.A8KJE, LATE StaETPhyswisa and IN'ector er several Heepttass ! in Geraaaay, raaeer ef dUsereat Medical gurlnWej in New York has located is the city of Meaaphis, aad of-Nrs-his services te the pabtic as Physlciin, Aceeecaer, aad for all operations m S agery. yy OSce a Washington street, between Main and coad. ocOO DRS. MOORMAN & BROTFN. 01 VFFKJE 00 Adams street, la rear of Jones, Brown ts. oe , en Mala street. Ir. Monrmaa's rrceoeBK en Sehets tareet, between Yanoe aad BOsott streets. nar-UB , HOMEOPATHY. WA. EDMONDS. M D , Oateol Ho,tofTille, Ky.i . Heaeepatate and Hydropathic Phyncian, leader Mtyreesi lenil rfrvices to the cit liens of MempfaU. Restdeae. iiedtcen street, sex to tke Plantsr Mill. Oflte MadHen street, adjoleteg the Adwcate G&ce. ReJetS te McCaasbs & Trice, J. Tortin Jl Sou, W J. Bavie aad W. K. Mtiton. mar22-6ai W. G. 1VEATHERFORD, lflSNSELOR AT LAW, aad Real Briale Agent, Naps. scWb Axle- Refer te A. Wright, Esq., and OoL R. G. Payne, Mem phis! Jadge R. L Camtbere, Baaresao Ceert ; K. G. Kastfsan, Esq., Nahville; Major 6. A. Henry, Clarks TasfKTean , aad Gen. T. B. FMHaoy, De.ha 00., Ark. Bar24 dawly . CHAS. D. FONTAINE, ATSORNBT AT LAW, Pontotoc, Mies , wffl attend . strictly teall prefessioaal basinejs which isayLe SBtrut te him in any ef the Oewts ef North Missis sippl., feh!7 ly J. A. MOON, A HORNET AT LAW, General CeOecttag and Land AgsnU. for the Northern aad Eatteta Oeuntier 01 Arkansas, BES ARC, ARK. tabSS-dawly L O. RIVES, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis, Teen. Ofico In the Post Onree BaHdsag. Allbasiaeiseatrasted tehis carewM reaaive prompt and faWMat attentiea. Collections p-otnpOy made In the sarreeading ceaatlef ef West Tennessee, Mississippi aad Arkiaaeas. 1 asl3-dawly Car do DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, Sr., has ratnraed to his eW heasesteed sear Memphit, and reopeaed bis Infirm err, aad win restate persnaetrtly. He treats the follow er. GhreK.se Diseases : Caaeers, ScrceTola, Whi e Swtlling, Taaacs aad Wea, wit boat Sarcjcal operations. He alK treats all Chronic Female di.eases.S reser long standing. Tetter. Phrnrmrlnm. Syphilis, and all foinu of Mercurial AaXttesM. Dr Ciitsas it nnaecegsary to say mere, as he has Ur Bg fcOnewjs ef hit success from Maine to Oregon, dectt-dawly JAMES M. MURPHY, JACKSONPORT, ARK., TTTILL attend personally to the locating ef Swamp Land V V Scrip and Warrants in the Jacksonport and Helena Districts, ssWaz Land aad paying Taxes. Befcrences. B Graham, Mempbis,TenB.; A. S. Hney. Little Rock; n. u giiapny, W. M. PWweR, " F. Lane k Oe , " H. P. 0sMdae, Beieaa,; Myrtle & Meore, ABen Ptik, C W. Beard, Jtikswiport; dS7-ly MaJ T. Mail, Miss.; J. Norton k. Co., N. O.; J. A. Rousseau, LaGrange, Tenn ; W. E. Butts, LawrencevlBe, F.ttt'.x.Watsoa.Jacksonpart R. G. PAYNE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Teoa. Once In the Pstt OSMe Betiding, Jetlerson street. mr21-dly J. A. ANDERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Turn. OSce la Walter's Bonding, ovr MaasGeid's Drug "Store, Main street. JanI0-ly DR. TFM. HEWITT TTJILL practice medicine, on the principle that there Is W good In aO systems, and nose an taCciest. OOee oa Jrfferses strret, la the Pest OSce Building, second door from tee Py?t OClc. Residence on the comer of Hernando aad Elliott atrerti. REFERENCES: Gel. 3. B. Stanton. N. Adams, Esq., naywnod coast y. Rev. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. Martin, Fayette county. R. SeraervtHc. Esq., P P Maelln, Esq., Tipton county. 3. L Webb, 3. B. Ashe, Memphis. ftfei-dSm SMITH P. OAN&HEAD, ATT0RNKT AT LAW, Memphis, Teaa. Ofioe la the . Petl OSce Stock, over Aydiett & Co., third story. pt R. F. L.OONEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OfSee over C. W, Cherry & Oo.'s. Jac6-tf B. C. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Marion, Art, practices In ThtlHps, Crittenden, MlstslppL Green, Randolph, ,Lawreace, Isdependenee, Jacksea, Poinsett, St. Francis and Monro Oeaattes, in Arkaasas. oct7-d6m J. WICEERSKABX.... ..ED. A. ZEECRER. WICKERSHAM & BEECIIER, TTORNKTS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. OOce, JjL No 51 Jefferson street Jsol-tf X. T. RICHARDSON. W. W. WSEATLET..M. A II COS. Richardson, Wheat ley & Higs, A TTORNEYS AT LAW Office on the corner of Second r aad Ceort streets, Memphis, Teaa. ocll-ly GEO. DIXON. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. OOce, south aide of Court Square, oae door west of Wallace's Auction House, up stairs. fefeS-dtf BEN. SHERROD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ceviagtoa, Teaa. AH btulses n . esatratted te Ms care win receive prompt atteatUs. Itrtvl-tf D M. DCBOSE, k TMRNET AT T.4.W, Memphis, Teaa. OSce ea east j side of Mala street, belwwn Jefftrsea aad Adams. -Refer to F. Tttns, McErrer Harris & McNeill, 3. D. WBianit. W.B. MlHer aadJMlIe, Ouna, Memphis, Teen.; ,Kos,.Tircsf.tnNewOrlsjia. Janlt-U justness darns- City Auclion Rooms, Ko.23 Front Rovr ISEW ESTABLISHMENT. L. JOHNSON & CO., ' 3?ropriotors, W. TIANKA and J0I1N" TOS, Sale'aita. TTTODLD repeclfnry Inform taedtli'ns of Jleorhli, VV that tbey hare crwnedthlrday.atNo 29FroctKow, A GENERAL AUCTION DEPOT, 'And are sow prepared to otfersnasna! firltit ti to parties hariae KenhaadlK Real Rttate or Xesroe. to dispose f We win have tally' salts at our store, and are ready to attend sales la any part of the city and eosEtry f r a rerr moderate commti't n. We will eGrcl rales at private sale en comntMton far anv defcrtpttonof real or personal property We will keep a Register t oor Pales Uootn for Heal Tit tate for Sale, L"ae or Rent and Jfefrrooa for sale or bir. Advances to Cash made on any deicrlption of property. nqr7-lm NEW STORE. HI S3, WnOLtSALE DEALEE IS BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER FIXDIXGS, 3To. 2G2 Slain s'rect, (tTP-STAIRS, OYER- LOCKE'S AUCTION ROOif,) HASint received sixty cases staple Boots and fQol Shoes, whieh will be FoK as low as the same ar ttele could now be psrehaved lor Kast. Also a '-lJ4lotoX choice Leather, which will be sold very cheap. " I will pay the hlKhest cash prices for Hides, Shrep skras, Fors. P ltry, Talloir Beeswax, &.C. ap30-lD BOOTS, SE0ES AlU) HATS, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c. WHOLESALE A1TD BETAIL. T Y late arrivals, we are In receipt of all klcds of B.wts, . Shoes and Hats, that are new and desirable, making one of the largest and bat suxii of one custom made; ZTdZSTcLT rJrVt lU WU- will be low fer cash. Call and He HICKS, TRRRT it ANDERSON, No. 245 iTaln street. star3-dly OppMlte Cocrt SQaarr, Sfemphls. AT WMOL13SA1.E ! BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. p.cii'g OUK strock la the whMeuIe department Is now large and complet to which we re f 1 rppctf elly call the attention of ileidtinU ool.. Those bovine; f r cash, or satisfactory pa per, at rhort date?, will and it it their Interest to give us a cel. before ma'tlo; their purchases . 3" Wholesale Rooms up statra. niCKS, TERRY it ANDERSON, No. 143 Jlalustrfet, anS-dawly OnposHe Ceart Square, Memphis. E. W. JJOESI5 , D. C. WARD. JIORRIS & WARD, CAin DEALERS IK oiroisaa cfc Po-m ostio IP M I'1 G It, Hats, Caps. Soots, Shoes, &c, AO. 295 MAIN STR'EET, (One door south ot Hojiroe,) pS-a MEMPHIS. TENN. J. BOHO JAMES BORO & GO.; gSWHULESALE GROCERS yiSjSi ASP- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN trtCi-dy?ly J. B. SHAEPE, WHOLESALE TOBACCO FACTOR, .Ye. 25 MaJttonst letaeen Frvr.t Row end Hcin, MEMPHIS, TENN., WOULD respectfully Inform the mercbAats ef Mem pMa.a d t orrocB.'Ini count rr, that he has peraa aestly IccaU d hi' Ageccy f r the sale ef all grades of Ylr glnla Tobacco, aad laiends to keirp cod; tanUy on ban a tarsed from the cities of Ylrjlnla, wherehe ee tibHthta stock eqasl to the demand, ataisnnfactorers' pricos. Bring folly able to compete with the New York, Bait I. SMte, Cincinnati and New Orleans market,, hetaTl'e isninuenuan or ati aaiers in u aoove ariicte, u u stsssMefere p-jrtaasiDg elsewhrre. aatl daota J. B. 8HARPE. A S. HASCOCC....R O. CLARE. ..GEO W. TROTTER. Late Wdlianisou & Late Aydiett & Late of SemervUte. naGCoch-. Co. HANCOCK., CL.ARK. & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers, DEALERS IN BAGGIN.G, BOEE, BACON, IiABD, PORK, FliOUR, AND . . a it TFZincrEi of 2Px-'oclxxcp, NO. IS FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TjSNN. feb3 T- Co-Partnership Notice. "a. .rR MI LION McKNIGBT. laic of New Orleans, ha XVJ. become associated with se in the Grocery and Com fBteeiea Basinets dating from the ltt inf t The style of the firm wUl hereafter be GATES, WOOD &McKNISHT Memphis, Feb. U, 1S67. GATES & WOOD S. M. DATES A. M. WOOD II. 31 ENICRT. GATES, WOOD & HeKNTGHT, G v o c g v s , 1 v o A u c e AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHI. . AGENTS Haard Powder Company; Colliers' Wa'tf Lead and Oil Company, St. Louis; for sale ef Lie erpool Salt febl3-MS)nn ENCOURAGE H03IE ISDUSTFtl. HUBER & WINREI.MANN, C & B Is M J T M M & CABINET MAKERS, Matn-St., 3d Door below Union, ARE prepared to fill all orders In the nouse Carpentering and FarcltBrelbusl wt. with neatness and riltpatch. Repairing and Tarnishing executed In the Lest style. We warrant all work doae tn our shop. Gives a call. ftb7-4m jTg. JACOBI & CO., (No. 338 Main, bet. Union and Gayoso-sts.,) Importers and UlanafsctHrcrs ol HAVANA & DOMESTIC CIGARS AED TOBACCO. CONSTANTLY on haBd. a large assortment ot the most j favorite oraaas, at moeraie prices. jaaS5-ly A. J. "WALT &xCO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL G M O jE M S'n AND DEALERS Irl ALL EINDS Or UPPER COUNTRY -PRODUCE, Scutheast Carrier of Iain and Unlsa Sti., MEMPHIS, TENN., HATE atways oa hand a well and cart fatly (elected stock ef articles in their line, which they will sell at the lowest current prices. $3" Orders promptly filled with dispatch. an!2-datw-ly COMMISSION MERCHANT AND General lgent9 3cro. ec23-tt -3,7 JE'LOJSJ'J? ZFLOXKT, MEMPHIS, TENS. D. PANTE & CO., "Lard Oil, Soap and Candie MANUFACTURERS, 141 Main street, Memphis. Tehn. THE highest market prices paid-flr rough aad rendered Tallow, Lard and Soap Grease. nov2 1 JOHN B. EOTTO, BOOT AND SHOE Si AX! F ACTiTHEl, No. 66 Front Row, SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT, JVEottt -r73.1 tf Term., c-w KEBPi constantly onhand, BOOTS indj UjO;! SHOES, of his own make, also of other V5 T IVI mann'aelorers. He geps, also. iAaiaer, Orc unU J1 ouu, ' i American Shoe Findings, Trankt, Carpet Bags andTa- lites, all of. which lie wii tut as enrao as any minis market. Give htra a caU "before purcbaUng elsewhere. deel9 GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION, ANEW SAYISGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE, No. 26 Madison Street. THIS Institution, having been organized under a charter granted by the General Assembly ef the State of Ten nessee. i new ready for business. The Directors for tha easaiGg year are: FRANE M WHITE, AUG'ST M. FOUTE, JTtt'f. C. 3. SELDBN, E. M. AVERT. CcxUtT By the charter, married women and children may dc pasit all sums or not less than $1 per week, subject only to their central. Interest allowed on all deposits for more thin.-foBr months, at tlx per ceal.per annum. Ei change on New Tor tnd.New Orleans. ' Collictlimi raids sad proceeds -promptly remitted; .' Mtxapkli, Tsaa., Dm. 7th, 1SW. Ir ZVEVt FIIUl. T J?" 'WZg 'ZOSXSX'S CO., who asnmt all liabilities, and are fully authorised to tettle all the business of th" old huuie. , I tak pleasure In r commendlnc Hie new crm tn the ":Amr.w!nd'n? tb'TTn ?'"? .,h8 s ime very libera: patronaje to the nw firm, heretofore SI rnttie oMb use J JI. UILCQRIST. Memphis, May 4, 1857. myS-lw T.M COrELAXS. C W.EDMONDS E.W.CALDWELL COPELAND, EDMONDS &C0. Pealrs in Fins WnOLESAtB r Store and Sell m Liquors !l 0 ssrs C03I3IISSIOX MEHCHANTS, mjS-tf NO. 11 FRONT ROW, ilEMPIHS. Tl XR. O. C. BOONE, late of Loulsv lie, Ky., hs ..tcome 1VJL aisocisted with OS io the Grocery and Commission Business, dating from tke 1st instant jlASO.V, AORVEL.li & BOONE, COTTON FACTORS, GROCERS , Commission & Forwarding Merchants, No. leiSTain-St., Memphis, Tonn. BAGGING, Rope, Jeaas, Llnseya, and a general stock of 1 Plantation Supplies eonstanuyton nana apsa E. St. ArPERSCN....C DELOACR....DATID ADA31S H. IU. AA-A-lItB , UU,, POTTON ITAnTOHS yj d. J- JX X XXXJ X E. M. APPEKSON & CO., Commission &Forwaramg iuercuants, AND DEALERS IN BAGQING,EOPE, GBOCEBIES, &c. I JV0. C5 Fit OlfT it 0 IK, and 6 JEFFZHiOA-sr , MRMPIIIS. TENN. -DARTtfuLARatUntioa paid toSIorlng, Shipping aad j Jl Selling Cotton. WE are AgenU for the sale of D- PRATT'S celtbrated COTTOK GINS which have betn to favorably known for th last number of year. Persons wishing to purchase are requested to call and rxamins them. All Gins are sold nnder a full guaranty. m.rlMm E. M. JPPERSON &. CO. X3" Holly Springs, Mlf., Times; Gieneda.Mlss.,Re- puoncan; ranma, isj.,aiar, nur.'jtum, aia., jure cate; Tnscumbia, Ala . Enquirer; Briwnsvllie, Term., JournsI, crpy six monins na snn om 10 mis omce. a. is. noi'Karss & co., ( Succeuort to PotstU 4r Co.,) Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 41 UNION STREET, sep!7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA. S. WILDS VERNOS, f D. C. WILLIAMS, Late of Panola, Mlss.J w. A;,BnrAN, XI. N. 2 RYAN, Late ot LaGrange, Tenn. YERNOI, BRTAH & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission and JVIERCHANTS, So. 6 Front Row, over nieaehaut tc Oalbralth's, MEMPHIS. TENN. PARTICTXLAR attentloa paid to Storing, Shipping and Settlaz Cottoa. Charges 60 cents per Vale. J3 All cotton sat to as will be covered j lasnrance, unless otherwise instructed. tugzz W AED LAW HOWARD... ............ W5I. T. nOWARD. W. HOWARD & CO., Cotton Factors, Commission and i orwaraing mercuauis, NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, DEALERS in Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, CoSce, Mo lasses. Rice. Flour. Lard. Cacoa. Mackerel, Salt, Loadoa Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Tlnegar, Guano, Lime, Land-Plaster, aad Groceries generally. A gocd stock cow oa hand, and for sale at reasonable prices. J-Cash advances made on Cottons la store tor sale or SQlpmeat. All uo.lons insurea ucieg.oiiierwie insirnci ed. Our Open roller of lasursnce covers all Cottoa con- signed to us by water; also, the risk of Fire while la I minre. rTile., ntherwL'a instructed. Oar prices tor storing I aad selling Cottons, the same at we have charged for I jtarspaatflftr cents per bale mirJQ SEKJ. REID M- CEID. T TmTl - C TTn ri. 11 r. 111 ti nri.ll.. C. . -w- 4. I XllOli 1! 3. C t O 1 S Commission Mercnants, NO. S3 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENli. A LL Cottoa sent to our address Insured, oalejs lastrac- I r tiona to the contrary are received. Fianuuon I orrier. illlnl vltfc care. SDre and Sell Cottsn at fifty I cent, wr bait dec3-tmrI7 I T T. ATDUVTT. ....l.C. DOUOnERTY, iVria Orleant. Menpnu. T. P. AYDL.ETT & CO., C0TT0NFACT0RS ND ISO. 63 GRAYIER-ST., SEW ORLEANS. DOUGHERTY &. AYDLETT, "V7E0.LES ALE GROCERS AND C03IUI1SSX0AT lilERCH ANTS, NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEUPHI3, TTTILL make cash advances ca all C.ttoa or other Pro- V V duos shipped to T. P. Aydiett ts. Co., New Orl-ans. ocs-ly CITDDY, BROW & 00., COTTON FACTORS AND OENERAL Commission Mcrcliamls, SG OAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. 1ASn advances made on all Cottoa or other Produce KJ coat Igned as above, by MILES OWEN, Janii-em B. IflERRIIii, COTTON FACTOR AND. COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 5 Monroe Street, bet. Front Row &Main, (S0U1H SIDE,) Memphis. Tennessee. PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of Co'ton and other Produce Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at lowest msrget prices. ecus T. B. NORMENT3 Cotton Factor AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK, Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row, MEMPHIS, TEX.T. A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always oa hand. July2-dswly FELIX WALKER,. New Orleans, La. ..T...N. c. snider, I Uoctevuie, stua. WALKER & SNIDER, Cotton JF act or s AND Commission Merchants, No. 123 Canal Street, JnlylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA. I. L. BEASLET A. W.LOTINS. BEASLEY & LOVING, Cotton Factors, Commission Jlerchaats AND G- onoral G r o o o x mt NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. A LARGE stock ot Rope aad Bagglag always on hand. XX. Charges fift, cexts per hale, all other Produce at Eeaal races. Iastrnctlona strictly obeyed, ond prompt r-mltance. A U Produce Insured, unless otherwise la- stnxtea. - augso dawly T. 1. DAVIDSON B. ELLIS... A. C. SLAIS DAV1DS0X, ELLIS & BLAIR, COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS, Receiving, forwarding and General COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ho. 219 Afain Street, Eait tide between Jeffmon end Adam, Icmphit, Tenn. ROPE, Bagglag and Plantation Supplies always ca hand. Jaa20-dwtf Factors, ta2x.o ISTotlco. rpnB un lcrslgntdhavlng leased the spacious .Cotton X lrarenoiue, corner ot Monroe aad Third streets. lately occupli d by Messrs. Chapman , Go., are prepared to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar aad Merchandise geuraiiy, upoa ravora&ie ttrrns febJ-Cm W. R. GUNNIS k CO. N. B. POREST, BEAL.BH. ,Y3X SliAVES, No. 87 Adams-st, Memphis, Ten.. nASJutt rtcclved from North Carolina,.. fe, twenty-five likely j"oung negroes, to which beQ desires to call the attention of purchasers.t .jStHewtllbela the regular receipt of negroes JCS from North aad South Caro'lna every month.' His Ne gro rxpot is oae of he mot complete and commodiost establishment of the kind In the Southern country, a- his- regulations exact aad syttt-matle, cleanliness, ae,t ncsand contort being strictly observed and enforced Hls'alra Is to furnish to custorrers A. I servants sra. field hand., sound aad perfect la body aad mini. ' Ne gtoet taksa c cosualsilsa. IscSl iufitucss (fortes IIAAC HETILE A. . CCIINIllOnAM. ISHVM & CUKNf SGH AM, DEALERS IN -SLA V-E S I So'. 171 ITaln Street, three doors North ef Adams. RA. TTB have thirty Ore likely Nctroes for sale, m ..4iit Vd.Mnft.ii4)Hn hinit Pnvl inn. A ply of likely Negroes, corsi-iinsor rien, coy., 'and cirls. crld hsnds and houfo servants all rt which will bi sold on reasonable terms, and tolly jnr TTe win alo Board and Sell Kciroes, oa romtslsrlon. belnr well provldtd for that business. kp2S-dawly SPRING GOODS. Great Bargains? AT PIIHilFS & WHITE'S No. 233 Main Street. WE Invite attention to our iare siki 01 opnng au j Summer Goods, which we are telling and intend to sell cheap for cash. p7-daw2m rniLirs & wnnK. WALKER & BROTHERS, No. 79 Pront Bow, MASBFACTDRERS OF CLOTHING, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY Dry Goods, Boots x SuoesJ . ., A 1. . .1..M ...DTtmentl Aubiu i evei. ..... - r- ,,,r of Spring and Summer Ooodi , to jhlch thej cal I the epectalatt.ntlon of Country Merchants and WwrTra- S5 onr , toundreellagoodmany. Please call wd marlO-dim JELgON & NEWELL3 WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Foreign JAqiiorss TOBACCO, CIGARS, OLD BOURBON AXD RIE WHISKY, A f .TTlr OE'OI.Ti.ArC, JS2to. MAStjrACTURERS OT Domestic Liquors ...and Rectified Whisky, MAIN STREET, ONS DOOR SOUTH OF UNION, irfEMPHIS, TENN. HATE in Store 4 half pipes Otard, l upny & Co., Brardies; 5 " " rtnet, uasiuios v,o., sbtom i Sqr.plpea " ' " 6 " " Hecerscy, " 10 casks Pert Wine; -! 8 " ' Mad " . -' 4 " O'd Sherry Wins i 100 bbls. Old Bourbin Whisky 80 " " Rto ! 200 " Rectified 100 cases Ginger Wins; 3Mb Is Ale; 100,000 assorted Clears ! 75 Lsxes nee Virginia ?ooao. Tocether with a large and varied asrtrtment ot geods la oar line, to whlialhe aitenttoa of the trade is respect fully soiicuea ipiiwum J. P. PRESC0TT & CO , MANUFACTURERS 0? LARD OIL, SOAP AND CANDLES, ?nr f TfTprsnn Street. OOt OI jeiierSOn Street, MEMPHIS. TENN. ttt: E also keep oa hand CU7T0N SEED OIL, which we VV guaranty to answer all purposes for which Lard Olllsnsed. we havoceniccaieiirom wmpieai juages i w Mai n.QtrPft T nnitrlllp Kt to this effect. Weciasellltffn ftrcm! eAwpertbaa JJ"aln-slreelJ IOUlSVIlle, fivy. Lard Oil. ap302m SoriEisr and Sainiiaer GOODS. rpHE subscriber takes pleasure In announcing to his I friends and the public general', thit he has Just openet. his large and carefully selected stock of STAPLE aart FANCY QOOU5 sn-tra to ine spring ana summer seaMns, wnicn ate on aaie low 10 casn or prompt paying mint. OrsnijY Bx-se wd .Jkftulin Bobc;, beantufeU Ini,innd finer 'aultilelai. Orcandles.lAwns Muslins liingnams uu rriui, mu uu Emhi.l eredSwl.sManUes; sets Honltcn. Maltese Point IBUli a9 iTT; "U xa wa v., tuitau andcthtr Laces. F inn?. Kibbons. Dreis TrlmmlDfis, SrpVmoi.,eTc. "r 1 "" A large lot of Jteaaj'Maae Homing, uiotus, vasimeres, Boots, Shoef, UsL, Osnaburgs, bieacaea ana frown Shi tings and sneetinrs, Linens, Linen vrws, iiKia. adra. and In a word every thing in the dry goods line. Country Merchants are offered gret laducemenls. Call and examine my swez. io ccarge icr mowing goods A O. BLAIR, ap9-tf o. in at.in atree-. west ttue. JLatest Arrivals ' i NEW GOODS. j H ) KJcJKS I i,rr are now la receipt of a large portion cf ear heap.,. VV tlfclandmagnlflccntSprlnj;stocKof Fancy and Staple Dry Geodi. Consisting la part ot ELEGANT SILKS. GRENADIXK3, PONGEE SILKS. BERAGE and ORG AND EE ROBES, LACES, of .very variety. EXQUISITE LACE SETTS and EMBROERIXS, of every ueecripHu" aiii c.jr.. h, A central and co rap e'.e acortment of Planters' Goods; Gents Cloths; Plala and Faacy Csslmerea and Testings, ot the most approved patterns; Men ana coys' i- nrnisn ing Goods ; Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes ; Trunks, Ta llies. Carnet Bags, Carpeting and Matting; and la addi- tl n, all articles usually Lipt in our line. All of which we propose telling very low ior casn. Give as a call, and we pledge ourselves you thsll have good Goo!., and at the lowest martei prices. March 19 rurs a. otwo. If VHT. IMLLEB, . ,i . .-.j r i.. i... ir Tn. . ifl ineaause occvpiea jormciiy uy mr .iiiunijijun, HAS Jast rstur'ed with the Baest and best al stock ct cents' and ladies' bouts ant suiies, r I wh ch. teing selected etpressly for this market, At Ihe same time, he te ders his thanks to bis old pa irons for past favors, and hopes for s libera' patronage In the new st.nd lust remaved to, where he will be always ready to attend to any work In his line at the earliest no tice. Aa early call is a.iiciiea. arS-3m WM. MILLER. 53-Bullctia pase copy. A. VACCARO & CO., DEALERS IN GROCERIES. Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &,c, NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS; TENN. octal CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, Alain if rf, nest door to Odd FeUcwt' Batt, MEMPHIS, TENN. t-tt a T.-rrrrs XCCT PDRE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, -tHEMICALS. Surgical Instrumeats, Faacy Goods, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent aad Botaale Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars, Brandies ana wmes. S3" Every article sold by us warranted as represented, SDBjtt to be returned at our expense. JnlyS-ly E. BREATHETT S. R. STONER. L THOMPSON & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO E. R. RACINE.) IMPORTERS AND DEALERS Fine Brandies, Wines, Havana Cigars, ANn THE rlNEST CJUALITT OF VIRGHVIA TOBACCO, jsaortod jBx-vxa.clB, jeffsrson street, (Breathett tt 8toaer's Building,) Between Mali and Sccoad. TU8T RECEIVED Brandies, Heary Monaie A. Co., lSIOj J Old Castilloa, IBIS; Old Lamoade, IS29; Uia Kocneii, aai cionenL sranaiugs. Wloe s, Champagne and Claret ; Old South side Maderla.Topas Sherry; Champagne, Fleur de Bougy, Criam do ) Creceat, Olivier OM Ohampertla Bergnndy Old Vlesx Caps Sparkling Brrguady ; ' Clarets, Chataex Margeaux, Latour Glass Stopper Lsfite, St, Ettphe, and other hransls, too numerous to mention. Scotch Ale, London Porter Fancy Groceries, Ac., Ac. feb25-d6m t3r Holly Springs Democrat copy three months, aad send hin to this office for collection. A. STREET & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF RAILROAD CARS, CARTS, V -3k-ta-C XVJ , txc., Poplar, between Main and Second Streets, aaglx MEMPHIS, TENN. Latbs aai Shiarles. "nOOERTA WITT are still making Laths, and are al Jj ways prepared te tnpply the public with the beat ar tic's at reduced prices. They are also making Shingles, and will keep a supply constantly or hand. Mill on Wolf ilrsr, above tks Baytu. julf IS, '54-ly JOB!! Er I1TOE ALEX. StACACLAT. - 30UN E. HYDE & CO., , COHSiSSlOU & FOrWardlDff MCrCliailtS. 0 I agents tor tfie MCIDDhis anilNcW OlltanS Packet Linn. I ' Oox, Erainarci Ss Oo.'a Tlirough L.iiie f IVew Orleans, MOBILE AND ALABAMA R1YKR PACKETS, No. 68 Poydras Street, SEW ORLEANS, LA. PARTICULAR and personal atttntlou given to tha For. warding or Goods. HtTeTtnett Messn. M-Comba t Trloe. naneock. CT.rko. Co, Lavaltette, Stiney i Co., J. J. Murphy, U.-.VI. x ' ' W. S. LAWTON, C. M. EBEAEEB, Fromerly ef Lawtonvllle. S. 0 Of Charleston, S. C. LAWTON & CO., Upland and Sea Island COTTON AND EICE FACTORS, v Forwarding & Commission Merchants, NO-3 EAST BAY AND BOYCB & CO.'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S C. TTTILL sell Cottcn, Rice, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Naval w o ores .c I n.ln. .l.u.UnM., t.l I wc gutrantU satUfectlcn to all who patronise u. niiif,t ..v.awuu a.Tta lac lorwaruing 1 department, RxrEREKCES Hon. R. D. Trevllle, Ex-Lient Gov.; Hi aitpa.ia. Es,.. of the arm ot Sheph Td i Alci Cvm liT Tupp.r K-o lTasler u Sr Hon W fMUlhSM. 0. Kev. n D. Duncan. Gen. L. It Aj-r, Barnweil, S 0. Gov. 0. J MtDonald, Jude T Stocks Georgia. E t. Jaudon, Esq.. Dr. R. G- Mays, Florida. Jostpa lianuey, Kiq., xesn. w J- uavie, Memphii, Tena. mayj-uiy C. N. AVERILL, BeceiTing, Forwarding and Cammission AGENT, (SUCCESSOR TO T. ETENHOtTSE k to.,) NO 4 HATNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0. REFERENCES JbhnCaklKell, Presldtt S. O. R. R., Colombia. 3 C; Col. J. A. Wbltrskdrs, atd IT. W. Mtssengale, tTbattacooga, Tnn i Gr?W. Williams & Co , Ctiarleston,. 8 O ; Chas. N Andersen, General Agrat, Nahvllle, Teen.'; Wm. Tajlor &. Co., Uontgum. sry, Alabama. ' Particular attention given to the SETTLEMENT of FREIGHTS, and far lost and damaged Goods by vessels. apil uiy LAND AGEMI. SAM'L MATTHEWS & SON', General Agents to Buy, Sell and Locate Zand tn fAc Slusunppx liotlom. PARTICULAR atteatlon la paid to the sel'dion of COTTJS PLANTATIONS rem the Internal Ini prorement and Chickasaw School Lands Several year experltpce enables them to give satisfac tion. Terms easy. Address "Fleaiant Mount, Paaola county. Miss.'! apS-diwJsa'-' LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL C. I. & A. V. DuPONT, MANUFACTURERS OF NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING PAPER, AND DEALERS IN PAPEBS OP ALT. KINDS, IIITiaiH' 1"XILS, e&c.,- B. FITZGERALD. ..CHAS. C. BILL..J. WOODWORTB. H. FITZGERALD & CO., (Siiceatort to Park, Simpton 4- Co.,) Grocers, Protlnce Dealers, COilMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS. No. 92 Pront How, Memphis, AND JACKSONPORT, ARKANSAS. JnlyS-dawly I C.-r. M N0LAND A. S. IIUET tJfY JtTVtTU C a f 1 1 V AVxSkl JLF Ctv V-'M-ra a (JT JVT J?J A T, A (1? )T !5 Oolleo O 3T S . LITTLE ROCK, ARK. REFER TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owea and Capt. Ch,rley Church. feb7-tL 53fwi Eaqulrer and Fowlies' Express copy ,tul forbid.- ly B. W. ALEXANDER ............R. J. LANSING. ALEXANDER & LANSING, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -MJ3. Ill AXlU 60 LUUlyST S1KKKT, Fin.i-tvt ZLtouijs. 2VXo. REFERENCES. 3. 3. Murphy, Memphis; Cvok A Co., Memphis; Barnett at walktr " Toderfc Goyer, " Charles Potter, " febS-Cm BRADY & BAVUES, GENERAL C0.1H1ISSI0X MERCHANTS, main street, Louisville, tt.y., MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rrpn, Bagi glng, Jrans.Linseys. c. I.n23-ly A. O. SMITH. ...B. r. OUTHHIE....GEO. J. ROWLAND. SMI I II, GUTHRIE & CO., Commission Mcvcbanls AND WHOLESALE GEOCEBS, DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE Or Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco, Jfo. 361 Main Street, between Second and Third, JanlS-ly LOUISVILLE, EY. CM. HARVEY ...R. B. IIARVET. C. M. HARVEY & CO., ' COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT; NO. 120 GRAVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. -i-ri OUR persoaal attention tgsisa wm pe givea to the Sale or Forwarding of Goods or E!3 Produce consigned to oniC- & address. We.wlll contract Frrtght oa th. above tor re-shipment either by ssll or steam vessels, at iowi-si rates. We have had several years' experience la onr- market ta ine purchasing of staples and asorted Merchandise. REFER TO Coca k Co.. J. C. Gilfflnc it Bro . Soeed a siraagc, iiaanan cc snanxs. decJ2-ly tt xtmi Saloons, rr ICE CEEAM SALOON! Jos. Sweclit TEG3 leave to inform Ihe Ladles ai.d Gentlemen of XJ Memphis and its vicinity that he has now opened his newly fl ted up ICE CREAM SALOON la his new brick building oa Madisoa street, wherehe will be pleased to see Bis o a customers, sua the public la general. JC5" Always on hand, every variety .if Confectioneries. He will also furnish Wedding Parties and Balls at the shortest notice. JOSEPH SPECHT. apS513m IWORSIIAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Plain and Fancy Candies, Adams Street, under the "5Vor- eliam House, KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green and Dry Fruits, Fruits la their .wn Juice. Jellies. PreMrrrs, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced aad Pictled Oys ters. Pickle,. Cordials. Sttuds. aae Wines. Brandies, all kinds Nuts, Ac la connection with this ettablltameat, I have fitted up ICE CREAM SALOON, For the accommodation of citlieas and the vll ting public mjo-auionov 8. P. BRICHETTO. Corner of jjlain and Adams stroeU MEMPHIS, TENN. THIS House Is situated la the centre of business, sa ls now finished and In complete order. The Ftoprietor pledges birr self it shall not be surpassed by any Hoaso In the Son) I west. Being grateful for the verv liberal eatranaze beatowea oa him fer the last two years, he hopes by a street alter tloa te kutlaets to merit a continuance of the same. oc7-tf J. J. WORSHAM. Proprietor Jtew Bestaurant : ON UNION STBEET. THE subscriber respectfully Informs hU old friends and all the public, that ho has opened a netr Restau rant on Union street, where he Is prepared, to tarnish the best viands that caa befouad la the market, served la the best Parlslsn styVs, Oysters, Game, SUnks, Salt and Fresh Water Fish. Birds In fct. ntmhin: in!td to the flaest aad most delicate epicurean taste. uivs sne a cau I nave six different rooms for the ac commodation ot Private Parties. I will act be outdone la aay branch connected with ray bnslaess. ' - ico-y-u QU8. D EMPXRWOLF. Hosiery ! nnri DOZEN Hose aai Bd Half Hi Hoss, en haad aad for UUUU taleky JAMES LOW k CO . 41S Mala street, Louisville, Ky, ELAlH lltllhtcrjj D0i)5. t Room and Accommodation FOR FIVE HUNDRED STRANGERS AT THE BAZAAR OF FASHION NO.223 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. THAT Is to say, room la our Store and Show Rooms np stairs for five hULdrcd strangers, whom we caa licmmnQiir who i ae neeii ana mo.t fasntonasls Bon , . . . .. tj..ma tM. (UJ iltll UWU1, Embroideries, Ribbons, Trimmings, and a. I other fine Farcy Goods which ar- utualjy kept la the most fashion able eaUblUbnvnta which we lll dlsivse if at verv moderate prices. Persons visiting M'mphls at this la- K-ivsiing iimr, wiii p:ease give us a call. P3Q . X BARIKDS 4. CO Just Received. PER EXPRESS, are husdrid-BONNETS, arsong which the N'apoiltans ard ane Straw Knmilu: Frenrh n . - . - . . . . ' ..uiv unjutii, .T-aimiian, ongiisn ani awi,s Straw A y one hundred Shak r Ho-yJs, an of which we wii mi idw. a. BARINDS Jt CO.. 'P33 No. 203 Main street. Grand Onenlnrr OF 8ve hundred new ,lyl s MANTILLAS, competing every varle'rirom the ch.imt to th mn .ri.nM brought on, which we will sell at a very smsi! a-tvance on is. iiakindj t r.n . 'P30 223 Mala street. DHESS GOODS. VUR stcck Is now complete, and comprises an extensive w var, r or SUE Kobes. llrrrdl. Rm.,11... ..j Btmte Robes, cf the richest and I.u,t h.im vr u partlcuUr attention to this dejrtmnt as they were se. -": " tc.i.arv, ami aanng a nrge tteccoshind. ui wu3. mcia oa. ai. very low prices. Z. BARIND1 k. CO., 23 Msln street. apSO Embroideries, TRIMMINGS. PARASOLS, FANS, PERFUMERIES, a-- a-- At theSaiaarof Fashion. X. BARINDS t CO.. " g. uj Mam street. mY MILLINERY GOODS, At xio. o uourt utreot, BETWEEN MAIN STREET AND FRONT ROW. Mrs. n.CARTR HASJust retura-d with her stock of SiirtBg and Sum mer Millinery, and will epa oa FRIDAY, ihe 37th iL.taat, co UITei in part of rine rreueh Flowers ; Fib- French Wreath, ; -ladles' anrf Mts.es' Bonnets ; Ribbons, Dre Bats; Ltce and Edgings; Head Dresses. Ana a gne ai a?3ttmnt of Mllllnerr sodi. Th airs 01 jiempn and vicinity art respectfully invited to raiT2i.lt n. CARTER svr w good: SPRING FASHIONS, 1 AT THE EMPORIUM OS? FASHION, kw DiAii airtE.t.r, MfciMPHISjTENN. WE are receivlog and opniag for the Inspection of he ladies, one cf the moat iaLiui io e siocas or Kreacn Jtilllnerv and 11 ratcy Dry Goods ever brought to this city. Also, a terv selett assortment ef Dress Good,. Silks. Re.r. Rbd. lies. Organdies Grandees Tl.ue Rotes, p'aln aad dotted jjosims, ks. ne can parucular attention to our Millinery Department, Consisting of alt styles of Freich Bonnets. Leshora.Enr. lish Straw. N oplltan Kugenls and GIihi... P.nwm and Kibbons. Five thousand dollars worth of Dm- French Embroideries Tleaclnes, Glnpure, HoaLoa, Point Lace ariu, uautniy ucr, Emoroidered filk Mantillas, Lace Ba-qulns Dress Trlmmlags of all styles ; Parasols, Fans, Gimpure Laces. Ac. Also at th Emporium of Fashion, Dress asd Mantilla Making dane, gaaraatlag satlsfactlca as to style aad Mourning geods a'wars on hand, and on'era Bmrantlv att&dd to. The ladles are most rrsDectfnliv invited to cau ana examine oar goods before purchasing elsewhere STII Lit AN Jl CO., sp 559 Mala street, Memphis. Tenn. NEW STORE! JVBTf stock: THE subscriber wonld respectfully an. aanc: to the laJtee of Memphis tad snr- 'oniioing country, that he is now opening a corrletefrc-h tockot PARIS MILLINERT, FANCT DRY GOODS. LACES. EMBBOID- KRIES ard a xeaeral anairlmeat of LADIES FANCY GOODS, which, be--is prepared to aell at the vrry inwvsi purrs lorcasn. Al.klad. of MILLINERY made ta order at the .tone.' nice. wm. hilberberg. Nj ICO Main street, third door abore Lehman's Dry $lar.lattou guggfas. tc ONE HUNDRED Urrels Wesa Pork, for sale bv "t3l HANCOCK. CLARE k CO. IpORTT THOUSAND pouads Bulk Pork, forsale by ? ,mar;7 nANCOCK. CLARt St CO. I fTIEV tleree. Vlrrh.ll f3nlirl tr.m.. t i 1Q llcrces SUgg k. Shay Extra Hams, for sale by rw UAJiCOCK, CLARK k CO. rNE HUNDRED AND FIFTY bNs Mesa Pork, for J, sale by HANCOCK, CLARE k CO mar!7 NB HUNDRED bcxrs aad halt boxes Soda Cisckera, or sais oy HANCOCK. CLABK A CO. mar!7 F1FTT hhds. Sugars, for sale b raarl7 HAVCOCK, CLARK i CO. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY bMs. Whisky, fo. sale by mar!7 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO. THREE HUNDRED kegs No 1 Leaf Laru. for sale bj raarl7 HANCOCK, CLARK k CO.. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY bags Coffee, for sale by ra.iri- Hancock, clark s. co. FIVE casks Shouliers, for sale by mar!9 HANCOCK CLARK A CO. TEN casks Plala.Hams, recrlvrd aad for sale by mar!9 - HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. SE . ENTY-FITE boxes Starch, for sale by marl7 HANCOCK, CLARK fc CO. TVJEW BACON 50,000 pounds Tennestee Bacon., foi 1 sale by mar!8 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO. F1FTT-ONE boxes quart Flasks, for salebv marl9 HANCOCK. CLARK k CO iTtWKNTr-KIVK caska Clear Sld Bacon; JL 25 casks plala Han-s; 25 catka Shoulders Fcr sale by 31 wfHANCOCK. CLARK k CO. mar31 FOUR HUNDRED bbls. Flour, fora!eky m17 HANCOCK CLARK k CO. JUST RECEIVED. 1 AA BBLS and half this ninls'HAlst 1UU M cuis quarts aad plats London Port.rj 10 doirn Hvstetters Strmach Bitters ; 150 bbis. Dexteis and F ickens Whisky 200bb's. Harris- s'l Ohio Flour; 35 casks Bacon Sides, Harav and Shoulders 60 bbls. ifackerel SO kits Mackerel; 76 dri-n Core Oysb rs; CO gross Garrett's Snuff, bottles ard papers ) SOOb.xes Star Candles, 60 d.ien Blooms 60 reii Manilla R.pe, all sisei ; 7S boxes Virginia Tutiacro; 25 boxs Soda Crackers. SSbbls. Pc-Nlc Crackers; 63 bix-s Lemon Syrup. So boxes Smoking Tobacco; 25 box's Pie F ulr. 25 bax-s Stsrrh 60 boxs TJckles. 25 boxes Catsup ALSO. Sugar. CcOe M.Jasses, Tea, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Kal'la-, Almonds, P'cans, English Walnut., Fil berts. Sardines, Ac. For sale by pt6 3jJ FRANC No. 35 Front Row. CoUVe. 1 ( BAGS Rio Coffee, just received aad for sale lew i .the tiadeby DOUGHERTY A AYDLETT, No. 43 F'oat Row ap15 ' Sugar, sugar. QS nHDS. Sugar, Just received and tor sale low to tha trade, by DOUGHERTY A AYDLETT, No. 23 Front Row, apl5 Sundries. Q pL BOXES ss'orted Pickles ; 25 fine old C. Brandy ; 25 boxes Table Salt : Jnt received and far sale low to the trade by DOUGHERTY k AYDLETT, -ap!5 No. 23 Frj it Fow. S. B. WILLIAiWSON, (Succeucr to TUllasum Ir Bancoei,) GROCER ASD COMMISSION MERCHANT, IMPORTER OT FINE WINES, BRANDIES, Havana Cigars frc. NO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. Julyl Received this Day, PT A BBLS Mess Pots: J 60 kegs N. I Leaf Lard; 20 tierces sugar-cured Hams 20 kegs Shot, assorted sixes ; 100biJ Whisky. All of which we will sell cheap for cash at S. 43 Front Raw, Memphis. Julyl S. B. WILLIAMSON. GROCERIES, &c THE subscribers keep oa haad ths following articles, which they warrant to be ot first quality, aad for sale low for cash; Wheat Faaa aad Threshers i E. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins; "Wagons. Northern and Southern manufacture Bacon, hog-round; Flour, Salt, Whisky aad Tobacco; Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ; ' Candles, Powder. Shot and' Lead;- Rrandles aad Wlaes.sapcrlor article , lime. Cement aad Plaster Parts :- 1 Together with a general aseertmentiof an artistes in-' OTinrjnni& oibsox, J&l? Xc4. 1 tad 3 JeXtSuLBc BoJiaiaf. Sraiispriattou. t- T. At 'ALEXANDER T. CHIDES TER. 1. X NORWOOD. NEW ABBANQEHENT. M'ALEIAND ER & CO.'S Omniuus Liine. AAVING purchssed the Omnlbua Une for merly owned by F etcher A K-ck, we are opea for the Spring buslues. The members ot our firm are all knnwn in ih. it. .m. a. ,v. Biuff City and the surrounding country. From oar exnerieaee to vnMiff hn.inM. . .-m dentthatwearequalifi dtoearryout the enterprise la which we eajate. Give ss a trial; we will ecdeavcr to pleaat yoa We ahail have aew oranlhn.., en. ....-i itexily drivers and aceemsuodatlng agUs. ' ' uicc t ine ueueral KaHroad, Stage aad Oranlbo Agrney. at the Worsham Huase. wher iit.t. v. pioeo ed at all times. n?s 3a Mc ALEXANDER A CO. SIXTY MILES THE SHORTEST AND T KOTJTE VIA Mississippi and Tennessee 33 3sasBBasasE? R A I L K O A D , TO Grenada and IatrmediatP Points. J. P. MC41.ESANDER ic CO.'S DAILY LINE OF EOTJB HOBSE POST COACHES, FROM Memphis to Grenada, la connection, with the Mississippi and Teonrse Ratlroa i. a distance of one hundred abd five mile, fifty miles railroad, and but on change ot baggage. Time through, thirteen htiart. New Coaih-s, fine teams and cartful driven.'.sil. tlm. and money saved no mistake. ' '" X3T Por Titket.. and ail dea rel Information, apply to our .geal. at the Geneial Railroad, Stage asd Umalbus user, ai me wurisim ueise. mr-Jl J P McALEXANDER A CO B1BBCT MOlTJb VTASllISGTOS, TrK., TEXAS i(7. STAGE leaves Gaster's Landing, Ark., (Mlsslsslpps river.) MONDAT3. WEDNESDAYS, and KIDATS at 6 A M., and arrives in WahiBgtoa in flity boars Fare $13. Washington passenge-s have the nreferrno of seaw Passing tnrousb M ctlrello. Warren, Hamp toa aad Camden connectiagat Csmten wth Stage liars to E dorado and io Hot Spilags tia Prlaoetoa, Tulip and Coonectlng at Waihlaxtna with lines la ciitV4,ii. T.xai, Shrsveport, Loul'lsaa, aad Little Rock, Aik. Ths roid through the Mississippi bstttm Is greatly im proved, and money has been appropriated from th In ternal Improvement and other funds which guaranties that It wii be made tonal to any other portion of - be roa4 this summer. BJtOAN A CO . ProDrtet.rs B ELD I NO k 5T0NE. Agents. ap29iatwlp Caster's Landing. SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES. liy Wallvoad from Cairo! To Ckictfo Direct in Sixteen Havre, aitacvt Breei oj isuogt or t-oanje oj wrs or Hog gage BRANCH FROlt CRNfRtLIA IS NOW FINISHBD, .uu. .v& ..uu.fi. tiic .use HBuwrn nours w t,nicago. AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars . leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls, Rochester, AlLany New York, Boston, and all Eastern and Atlantic Cities Only two ihanie of Car. from Cairo to Niagara, and three from Cairo to Albany, and ii.i viu mj ,icw ivii, .use irom Cairo to Aew York, forty-nine hours. Fare as low. aad camrnrt rn-t. er, than by aay other route. Passengers through arel neTsupjecieu loiceceiays coasequeat to the frequent changes by short lines of Railroads through Indiana aad Ohio, to the East and North. Also, connecting at Chicago with MIchlcan Southern Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake Shore Railroad aad Steamers for Racine, Milwaukee, Sheboygaa, Aa, and with a splendid Line of First Clast SUamers for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Colling wooa, -loroaio, ac "rains leave Cairo Every Moralar aad Rvealnra.fal lowit 6:05 a.m.. Chicago aad Sualeith Kxaresi. Bscd.v. excepted. This Train connects at Chicago with New Tork IJrtt- nlag Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western and -ew a or ueairai nauroaas, inrougn tn thirty-one hours. inis Train alio connects at Sandoval with Olio and Mississippi Railroad ler St. Louis and Tlaceaaes; at Paaa, with Trains tf the Terra Haute, Alton and St Louis Railroad, for Indianapolis. Louisville and Cincin nati ; at Decatur, with Mala Line Express fur Galena uunielia, the latter connecting with Trains to Spring -field. Naples, Rock Island. Burllagloo aad Qalncy. r. a., jew sora ttxprns. aaturdays excepted. Stopping only t important Stationa. exceDt en Sim.! connecting with Mala Line Day ExprrM from Decatur U. uanieitn, ana arriving at Chicago at 2 r. n. Passengers for the Upptr Hlsalsslcnl. will find at Sue. leltb, steamers ct the Dunleith and Minnesota Packet Company, ready to leave on the arrival of either Cain, Trala for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, Ac Passenger ior janes vuie aaa ueatrai aad Eastern wiscoMia.coa- ' tie person of the na,,,., "a"" lceat.at te nectat Freeport with Trains to Belolt aad Jaaesville, aa. i paarin tMtbmiltfA ,r ,fi5e of " a Com fromtheace to Madison aad Central aad Eastern Wl. I Lr-,.Tn mielTe' Possible for aa amouat rt The Maps aad Charts indicating the Great Central ! tuuieiot&eortn ana Eait are an exact transcript or requested to examine this route as well as the rnininr time cards cf the connecting Roads, and Jddge for them selves as to ms correctness or toe above statements. The opening ot the Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to Chicago, aad thns forming a speedy aad direct means of communication Between the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and ir aowcrjiississippi, anorcj io ine pleasure traveiar, a. well as the Business man. attractions and facUIile. for reaching the North aad East, which surpass those of aay other route whatever. The accommodations fur alshed by the Comr.aay for the convenience of the trav eling public, tha permaneaey of the road aad structure, uicimasia imitttsniKoi iae jtngiaes ana cars, com tnead themselves 'o those who desire In traveling rani comfort and ttfety. State rocms secured on all packets. uv&iiinuwixunu.ia lua, wua u. pnvileg. of laying over at any point, caa be had at Memphis No. 15 Jefferson ttteet. WILLIAM MORIN, Agent, sttUiriitjg Itafcrials. WEL1.ER & ERW1IV, Uemphis Factory AND LUMBER YABO, CTrrfon ttreet, near the MempKie and Ohio Depot, KEEP for sale and make to ordei Doors. Blinds. Sssb Mantles, Frames. Muuldlngs ana everyth ng In that tine, ol thebet materl.ls and worsmiashlp. They ar also prepared to do sll kla-la of Sawii.g acd Planing f..r ine traae, soa to erect bui'ding. of .very description ; to ceive ana nt up stores, and otherjubbing. Having procured suitably mscblui ry they will rooa ke enabled to manufacture PACKING BOXES of all kinds, cheaper and better than ever b-fore made la the city Shingles White Pint aad other Limber tor .alrdres-rd aad u-dressed. tj Orders from the coaatry promptly atteaded to. ap-J3-uwly suooni.. .J nAIATEAD. ...R BANES STAR PLANIjNG MILL. Door, Sash and Blind Manufactory, " AND JLUJflBEB JMBBs StiiJOWJJ SiKhK r,bUUTH Of VHIVH, MEMrms, TE.vjr. TlLOOniNG, Weatherboards, Doors, S.h, Blinds, Doer P and Wlo't.w Frames and Castags, Mantles. Monti tnga, Co-nice. Ceiling, La'tl e Work, Baseboards, Turn ing, Scroll Work. Shelving, Boxrs, Ac., and every de scrtptlsa of Building Material, dressed and txdressed. nays on band and made to order. MOORE, H 4LSTEAD k CO. N. B The highest cash price paid for all kiad- ot Lambr. mvl lv (Carriage rjwsitoths. i'arriase Factory. THE uaderslgned have opened a Carriage Factory ea Second street, between Washlagton aad Adams streets, wi-ere they are prepared to Manufacture aad Re pair Carriages at the shortest notice. All work done by them will be guarantied, and a share of public patronjg, solicited. jaag-ly L. S. BURR A CO. GREAT SOUTHWESTERN CARRIAGE EMPORIUM! . M. WISWELL & C(L p TniS extensive establishment contfAes l'at the old stand oa Unlss tr, betrsta Mala and Second, where mayb- losada very fine assortment ef Carriages, Bag gies Rockaways. Ac, ot th'lrown manufaettrc They Uke this method ot returning thanks for past favors, and Invite those w ihlng to buy to examine their .lock before purchasing elsewhere apl7 ly J & A. WOODRUFF, CARRFAGE REPOSITORY, Nos. 3; 4 Exchange BnUdings, MEMPHIS, TENN. CONSTANTLY on haad a large assort 'meat of CARRIAGES, frrm the bet I maaufactotie., lalltie CTalUd States. ' Carriages built to order aad wnrtr rniw guarantied. All kinds of Repairing done with aeatacs aad dispatch by epM m J. A A WOODRUFF. C. C. MAYD WELL'S JfIlBBX,E TtMBB. Adams Street, bet. Uf ain asd 2d, MEMPHIS, TEJtN,, TTJHERE caa be focad all description of Grave Work, V V which win be famished as cheap as It caa be got la any market West. Also, Rsildlag Work doae at abort notice.. -' It ls,to the Interest ot all persoas waatlag such wcrk to parcbs.e from the yards at Memphis Instead of purchas ing iron Agebts, as iae jtaaaiactors have to add. the twenty per cent, that Is paid Agents to ths work sold by mesa, souiacraers, toex to your interest tsas-dawta C. C. MATBWHLL. ransjiartatioiu MISSISSIPPI CENTItAL, AND TEN NESSEE BAILROJD OPEN from Junction with M-mphi aad Cbariestcr Railroad to M.-i on. IS 4 miles North of Bolivxr. and eieven mile" South ot Jack-o Tena. PAbSBNGrR AND MAILTRAIN leaves G'aad Junc tion daily at 10 a at , or uo arrival of morning maS train from isunnhla. coon-ciini at Mton viivivi -line of CcachesforNashvittevia Ja-ksoo aad Hcn'.xg- UJ wsy vi jLrf-imsiou, c lfta, Wayna.borw', Meant Pleasant, and from print HU1 ty thu Ta&.sse and Al.bao.3 Railrcd Retarajig, leaves Mtloa at I:M r. if , conseetia? at Grand Jaacfloa w.th evtalag mail tratuiato M.bU;i. amvleg7:45 ' P'5 R P. NEBLT Sp't MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE AILROAD. XVJOTTCr Onoxi sta-r Two Daily Trains ,.. (SCNDAT3 EXi EPTED 1 MemphttTllSsi. M M ' ' ThiTraiaesaB.ct at Sardks with Messrs J T MsAi Rtur tag Mtmphlaa- 2-ao . L at3ardl.at7 30r M H lQi Tive PisengrT. are rvaested to punhse ticket. psrsoa tt uk .ryZ rZj"mVHrT "'3 ad. theaswlTte rs- E7-.Vgws. when traveUaa aUar nfTr v. oamiag the pint to whlefetiiVi . T Iml: that tbeyaA travel If S ma "2 2 H ATRICK. rrr TO THE EAST AND NORTH. MPHIS AND CHARLESTON B A I JL B O A D T3 AILROAD conaecilea. dlrvci fra. u.li.j Riii.iuai j ure, Wjia 7... UvaaTah.' -eolmery, dam u., C.iilc allKOCOU TO AA5IIVILX.E fx Phlna T?2 V i Ticiits always vood. Fare as Kiw as .r in? . For Passengers, a a w route I. ERN aud ATLANTIC OTE tfL1"' to BAST-.ndfafety-diVjnd,";"- am ort Pa..ieg .hough sure ?2 ? ' tor we cooveyano- of servsniV arvd rrct toMempLU IhVatetll or w-t,1M '""r dN Verchanu w to more expeditious, than aay oher ' " "'"u rues ana exsnecti. establi.hxf The ADA MS glPR. nAvi, ".'hd. tloa with this iiae. " now la opcne- Easiwardad Westward trata. ,i wa" h Chattaaoog, Rallroatd?,rt1s!evaas-aB.t fiL""' Central S&' toa Jackson, ke kb ' 0xiori, Sreoada Can- seeatrlrRar. Mississippi. aaa ooiaabaj. The ACCOMMODATION TRilv DAlLTleaoptS.y,) ,t lt'S2, tle.) ,er Junctka Wiethe 5 ita.lp?tc.a-, hl ao!lgar.ef.sd. t lUch passenger Wm bV ,Sowrffr- baggage by Railroad, aad ilxo b'"a, article will be carried aa b'. .b.3At?EV? Passengsr. areroneitei ,Mv . . .vemerrt, Negroes, wtea travehax -ion, m Z mlasthepolat to wgch thvul ?to .St" that they an- to trsrH hr iXZ, -" Plf7lag ceired on the e. . unv.rih, tlm' mm ey be r. or known to the' A re at Z'IM''" person 5 vouch for Slf f? . "r . iruill General Saperiatendeat, baBUiXAta sepll bupertatendentof Tran.port.ttea. J... t!.. For Baltimore, TTashington, New I'orJk, Philadelphia, &.c. Direct Through Dine for the East! Baltimore and Ohio RAILROAD. THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baittater ii-e miles,) aad to Waihiaztn UliOmii.TV ' (nt the fullest advant.. h,n, .. . VTZ. . ' Pri,euta line. It mns thni.h M I " 'a"' AUegheal,,; and brtag solidly eoSedXI eaipptdaadcrefauvmanarwl i. ,....;..' cemP,et4i" tractive aad latest rt.lirx.1. , ii ..Sf '1 - ....... i ...... :,.TT. . -vx uie Ctral Ohio Rauroad, from Coil,, zeTvhJ The only Tiirouob Ticekts rs u Louisville . Sr. Lov, " th- Nat,oS.'msL TRoroLts, are sold by thw road. wbsW Tran. aZJrl Washiagton without Ih. deiay of pa,slB7 SrT.,-? more. It the osu, lm. by which ls5S -SV!: checked to Washington from Ihe Ohio river J3-By tUe mail route from Mecnpu,take them..t steamers, running daily t.r lJM.rtneVacVJ, 2i with mail .Uamers or Jeffersonvt rreadLfcincT aatl, where they arrives as le convji, X Utile Miami RaHruad for Coiuatm? cLi-- of with Central Ohio Railroad, 1S Z"Z vtlle, to Whtuig. By the express tramVf shtsT - XTte tlCiFU 67 Ohio C-Passragm from Memphis gotcg East through St Louts, caa buy Through TKkets by th,tlaoreaah7 Railroad. This route lay. though VinTerraan MUsissiJpi and ceaaaecung Roads. These ConScttS. are all direct, aad ihe time from St. bSt or Washington is but about 43 how. ThrugS by this redte may be had of the Agent, SuKib. ter'sHaus., at the following rate? : FWst LrST Baliimore S25f to Washingtoa $2S. to- At Weeding the pa.engcr talces the snoerlor er. - the Baltimore and Obi. RaHroad, which lewtoer2f dally forBaltlmor, Washington, PhiladHpM,, x Tork. Throegt ta IS or 17 hours, tacfuiUng For safety. .pd, regalarlty. beauty of cea.rl Sd gsneral cimfort, .his road la second to con. la the tTniaT FREIGHTS. This company ire.iei.ea ito 55S eqalpment ot any RaHread la the United State, and fa. prepared to da aa immrnse business la traartatioa! The readies immediate coaaecttca at the wnarvesaS la the strertsof Baltimore with the Railroad W Phn JSL phU aad New York, steamers of Ericsa and tliVi Jt?E teasisiiip Ltaes, by Canal and Se, toX,t York, and by new-Merchants' and Miners' Llae to BostT 'teamen to Norfolk, Charleston, Sivanalh kT S particulars, see freight tariff, coolea or mitZr'J?I-. . of theFrwardisg Hoasea In the West, oro' J B faSri Recelvicg aad Forwardlai Ar-r.i nrV, J,. " - r0. - ..VTiAi.J. WM S. Wn.in.mn Master of Traasporutiun. Baltimore. THROUGH TICKETS, a lowing thr holdera to atoa . ay polat, ,ad resam- ihelr seats at pleasure mar be .urehd at the ampany's COce. hi. 15 jfirwn treet 3 doors East cf the Coram rdal note- MeaehTs i'-lT yM. MORIN Aiat as ivr o -r JX. Xj LEWtDRiJG STOSE. WR take pleasure la Inform.n- ,- , Memphis aad tb. BuWlc rn.r.ii."ih., vt. . . moved onr stocE tf Drags to the comer ct JSata aad Union streets, and win iiV. .j..... .. VLZt! a dZ7ugallwbom.y favo. usrxTh .cart ?m" We axe alsolo receipt ot a full .upaly-of fresh and gen- ......... ..n-uv, iu io ajimg or FrtscrictlcagAt all hours of day aad night. ' lW3,f R JOTTTKit tc co i JACOB EECHTOLD, CORNER 0? CHICKASAW AND JACKS0N-ST3 DEALSR In Ale, rorter Cidtr and Wines of all slada manufactured by the most celebrated eatalRslftentt la the United States. For sale. Wholesale or Retail. From my long experience In the bnslaess ( twelve ears cf which has been la the city of Mernphl,) I 8a tr myself with the guaranty I havn had from my old customer that my exertions havabeeo appreciated by them. IiItCT . JACOR RJtfJITTm.n. OME FORTY OR FJFTY Al CO MATED COTTON NEGROES FOB SALE. 4s FROM the State of Georgia, consisting: rs raen women, ooys-an gins. Aruongthrm! re sime very uxeiy families .In a few' days we Intend to onnemtrate our purchase.. from Kentatkr and Virgin 1 1 to this pelnt. sf4.it. is. b"uyers of-thl conatry aa ooportaalty of 1st sting ihelr money In good Negroes. Give as a call before making your purchases. marW-3m BOLTON. DICXTNS A CO a. . P.enger wU, b- a, 1. 0 p37 b!ttfc. SAtiC W 1U . fjs Pi rst-r-f vl s. . ; iwwtiii i, is. FIFT 67 IFTT barrels Powdered aad Crashed Sugars,' for sals marlT HANCOCK, CLARX k CO. 1 V It J s4Mssl -1 4w r -rCta; 71.