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S5SsT,. 1 i BY M'CLANAHAN, HUTTON & CO. MEMPHIS, TENN.. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 54, 1857. VOL. VIII. NO. 56. justness CariTSo $ffmp Carte- 6raiigyorlafton mimss ar&s- .(totton anois. k THE MPHIS 1 I" vt PB 1L1SHKD DAILT.TRI-WREELT AND WEEKLY, BY NO. R. ht'cLANAHAN, LEONIDAS TROUSDALE, ffM. M. HUTTON, BENJAMIN F. SILL, " ' citDsa the itvxx asd rinax or a'CItAK" A TTA N, HUTTON .& CO., TO WHOM JLLLLXTTXHt OS BUSIICCU, OB-OT8ER- WI!E,tnOCLDBE ADDRESSED. M " , PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily, Is advance, per annum.. ................ ..$10 00 Tri-Weekly, 5 CO Weekly, " " 3 00 tJ"Tfce TmUt paper will be furnished to Olubs of T, n sad upwards at $2 M each; parable lnvaslably In ai aaoo, and em? Ctob to be made op at one eSoe. 3" An old subscriber and a new one win be taken to gether at $3 60 each. E3" In no case will the paper be sent to new subscri ber nnk as the order for the sans is attended with the cash. fS" AH DiUy subscriptions will x sidered dne and payable ha'f-yeariy in advance. vy The feregaiBg terms Bill be strictly and rigidly adheroJto. DAIEY RATES FOR ADVERTISING. Adopted by tht Appeal and Eagle and Enquirer. For one square ot ten lines or Jess, one insertion... $1 00 Y"er each aMrUoual Insertion of sane............. 60 t ? o o o o o 2 i s s a s d ' JJ osl - Z . I . . lTj J 00 00 6 09 6 00 800 10 0ajl2 68 15 00 20 00 1.1 I 50 t OS 7 60 9 09 12 00 15 OojlS 76 23 60l 20 00 S. S 00 6 09 10 00 II 03 IE 00:20 G0;25 OC 30 00,' 40 00 4. 7 60 10 00 12 6ojl 00 20 00; 25 e0.'31 25 37 63, 60 00 5. S 00 12 03 15 OojlS 00 21 00 30 00 37 So 45 00 j 60 00 I. 10 60 14 00 17 fif pi OOpS OOjM OOU375 52 60 70 00 7. 12 OC 16 0&20 00124 00 '32 00 iO 00 60 00 53 59 SO 00 8. I 60 IS 01.V22 60I27 0fl;35 0015 00 6S 25 7 50j 90 00 t. 15 00 20 &J35 oolsa 00!40 00 50 00 62 00 75 OO'lOO 00 yy Oa sqsare, renewable weekly, per annum, $W 00 " " twice a week, " 60 00 13" Two squares, resewaMe weekly, per annum, 68 00 " " " twice a week. " SO 00 y AH advetlsements reeired to be kept on second part, GHAktQED as 'EW eaoh DAT, and on third page. as aavanre over slated rate . S3 Advertisements directed to be displayed, or set In lane type, cnargea docble rates. E3 Tearly advertisers wi 1 be charted extra for occu pylne span ever contract, aBd when large type Is re o nired to be nsed. cr the aivertlsement kept on Inside of MPr. CJ Tearir advertisers wil be chaisel extra at rernlar rates for Wants, Ren's, .Removals. Copartnership Ko- tlces. To CoBslcBees, ft. J3 TRA!HIE!fT ACVEETISISa 1TCST SE rAID rOB X ASVAXCE. 3 So advertisement win appear in the Weekly paper mnvss cr specu eesnraci. Q-Advertisements to be Inserted in the "Weekly paper enty, or at trregsur intervals in enner or tne papers, will ee eaarcra fl per toaare for every insertion. S3- AnnasneiBiT candidates for State, County and iu nielpal OSlcet, $5 each, to be paid In advance in every instance. r?All advertisements far Charitable Institutions, Fire Companies, Ward, Town, and other PaWtc Meetings, to pe enargea nan price. 13" Xarrlaires and Deaths are pvbHshed as news : hut Obltearks, Tribute, of Respect and Fnneral Invitations s otnsr aaverttsemests. JTJ AH Legal and Transient Advertisements will be chaired br tfee insertion. 3 Xdttorial Xotlces in Local Gaiumn win be charged 0 ct per Use. S3" Xo detection or variation win be made tram the fereaoiBg rates. JfcCLAKAHAK, HUTTON & CO, IrofesswnaU Carls. X a. C. LAMAB.... C. R. ilOTT. ATXORKETS AT LAW, Holly Sprlrgs, msslsslppl. - aSl-dawtm G. W. TBDEHEAUT, -M TTORN STAND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis jtx. Teran. Otllce in Mosoy c nnnt's aew-Btecs.-tir ..stairs, Frst Rc7. Refer to K. 31. Apperon &. Co., tw ,W. B. Miller. .-apt-Sai JJOCTOR. W. C. CATISAOGK, HATTING permknenUy located in Mtaiphis, oilers Ms sorvlee. in all the branches of Ms prof ession to the cttties at Mestpbit and vicinity. OflSee on Mam street, (West side,) between Adams and WaaMsEtoc streets, in Stevenson's Bnildingt. aplMin XOTI'CE. iTl- SAUNDERS oaice at J. M. SledsjeitCo.'s Drag IU Siore tritie Pot OfiVc. mar3-tf Dr. II. L. LASILI, IT ATE SUffFhraician and Director of several Hospitals I i in eersaay, mraiber of different Medical Societies an New Tork. has leeated in the city of Memphis, and of fers Ms services to the paMie as Phystdan, Accoscfaer, sad for aH operations in S irgery. t3 OOce oa Washington street, between Main and Beeona. octSO DRS. MOORSIAX & BROTO'. OPFICKon Adams street. In rear of Jones, Brown & Co., en Main street. Dr Moorman's residence on Xcbsos sUeet, between Tance and ElWott streets. saar23-3a HOMEOPATHY. WA. EDMONDS, M. D , (tateof Ho,tkinrville, Kj.) Homeopathic and Hydrrpathic Phy.iciaB, tenders fcla prrfessienal services to the alliens of MeraphL.. ResidenceM'adlon street, next to te Planing Mill. OaeeMadion street, adjotnlng the Advocate office. .' ters to McCombs St Trtee, J. Torlan&Son, vr J. .Davie andW. E. Milton. gir22-6n) VT. O. WEATHERFORD, COBNSELOR AT LAW, and Real Estate Agent, Naps, leoa. Ark. Refer t A. Wright. Rsq., and Col. R. G. Payne, Mem phia; Judge R. L Carnthers, Supreme Court; R. G. Eastman, Zq-, Nashville Msier G. A. Henry, Clarks-Tiiie.-Tcnn , and Gen. T, B. Flooinoy, Desha Co., Ark. ,mar2t-dawly CHAS. Z. FOSTAINE, AJTT0RNETAT LAW, Pontotoc, Miss., will attend XJL. atrletly to all professloaal business which may b - ontmattd to him in any of the Courts of North Musis sijpl. feb!7 ly J. A. MOON, ATTORNET AT LAW, General CoHectlng and Land . Agents, for the Northern and Eastern Counties of Arkansas, SES ARC, ARC fatfiS-dawly L O. RITES, ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis, . Term. OfScs In the Post Office BattdiBg. AHbulnersentrusledtohis care will Teceive prompt and faKhful attention. Gil lections promptly mad. In the surronnding counties of West Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. JanlS-dawly Card. TAR. SAMUEL GILBERT, SB... has returned to his old 'lAVbomesteadnearMempUi,and reopened his Infirm--arT, and win remain permanently. He treats tbo fallow-cg-CfaroBtcDiseases: Cancers, ScrotTuIa, Wbl e Swelling, Tcsun and Wens, without Surgical operations. He also 'rests all ChronicFemale dieases. Seres of long standing, TruRhenmatiaa, ByphBls, and aH forms of Mercurial ' DrSG: deem. It unnecessary to say more, aa h ha Uv tg witnesaea of his amcceas from Maine to Oregon. decldawly JAMES M. McneHy, Grenoral Tmnd SLerozx-t JACESONPOJtT.ARK., TTTII.L attend personally to thelocatlng of Swamp Land VY Scrip asd Warrants In the Jacksonport and Helena Districts, staing Land and paying Taxes. Beferencos. B Graham. Memphls,Tenn.; A. S. Haey. Little Rock; R. C. Brlnkley, " MsJ T. Mull, Miss.; W. M. FolwetL " J. Norton it Co., N. O.J F.Xne Jr. Oo , " J. A. Rous sean, LaGraxge, H.'P. CooHdge, Helena, ; Tenn.; Myrtle k- Moore, " W. E. Butts, LawrtccevlHe, ABn Pett, Pa I O. w. B-rd, Jacksonport; Pool IcWatsonacksonpart d)C27-ly' K. ti. PAYA'B. A TTORNET AT LAW. Memphis, Tean. OSes In the XA'PestOtaee Balidisg, JeOerson str-et. mai2l-dly J. A. AKDEItSOX, ATTORNET AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. 03 In Walker's BaUding, over MansOeid's Drag Stare, Main street. JanlO-Iy DR. VT3I. HEWITT TTTILL practice medldae, on the princtpl that there Is W good in all systems, and none all suQcient. OSce on Jefferson street. In the Post Omee 'BaUding, second door from tbe Post OtSce. Residence on the corner of Hernando and Elliott streets. REFERENCES : Col. J. B. Stanton. S. Adams, Ehj., IUywrod "county. Rev. P. B Bland, Dr. J. B. MaoHn, Fayette county. E. Somerrltle. Esq., F P MaoHn, Esq., Tipton county. J. L. Webb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis. febt-d6tn SMITH P. BAXKHEAD, ' jM-vTTORNRT AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office In tht JX?oi Offlca Block, oTer Aydlett & Co., third story. ' . Tap! R. F. L.OOSTEY, ATTORNET AT LAW. Offlca ver C. W. Cherry 4 Go.'g Jae6-tf J. -WICXERSnAM..... ............ ...ED. A. SEECIIEB. WICKERHAM & BEECIIER, ATTORNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Offlee, . No. 21 Jefftrson street. Janl-tf JL. V. mCHABDtOB. W. W. WHEATZXT..M. A n OOS. Richardson, 'aTheatley & Hiugs, ATTORNETS AT LAW OOce on the corner of Second . and Court streets, Memphis, Tenn. ocll-ly GEO. DIXO 1 TTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis. . .A. Tenn. Office, south side of Court Square, one door ' irest'of Wallace's Auction House, up stairs. fcbo-dlf ; BEN. SHERROD, A .TTORNET AT IAW, CoTlngtafT, Tenn. ATI bus lnei n JX'entrustedtohiiearo will receive prompt attentlo. llyl-tf . - . D n.UUBOSE, ATSQRNKT AT r.A."W, MemphiSrTenn. -OfSce on east of Main strset. between Jefferson and Adams. Refer to F. Tltns, McEwen, Harris & KcNeffl, J. D. VUUama, W. S. Miller and Miles Owen, Memphis, Tenn.; Boss, Titus ft Oa., New Orleans. JtcH-U $30,000 WORTH OF DRY GOODS t Cost for o jSu s oacix: WE are bow oSering our tsrge stock of Dry Goad-at Cost tor Cash. Call soon, It you wish to get zreat bargains and chesp gooo. riuu a. num. msy!3 2w City Auction Rooms, So. 20 Front Row NEW ESTABLISHMENT. L. JOHNSON & CO., XTopriotors, a. VT. HA2CXA aM JOlUr WINK. Saleraen. TTTOHIJ) reDectlBlly inform the ctitens of Memphis, VV tbat they have opened thi dsv, at No. 29 Front Row, A GENERAL AUCTION DEPOT, And are now prpare4 to tfe nncsual fseflit es to parties hivirtr Uertbanriie-. Real Kttate or 2Tr2roes to dispose i f. We will have Aally als at oar store, and are ifady to attend sales Hs any part of the city and coantry nrs very moderate ossii'l n. We will effct sales at private sate on comrniuien for anr dertption of real r perfonal property. We wilt keep a Kegislrr at our Sates Room for Real Es tate for Sale, Lease or Rent and Nesroe for sae or hire. Advances in Cash made oo any description of property. my7-lm TEW STORE. X 5 23 VII OLr SALE DEALER IX' BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER FIXDISGS, Xo. 262 Main street, (UP-STAIRS. OVER LOCKE'S ATTCTI0N' ROOK, , TI A3 jat received sixty cases staple Boots ana I Shoes, which will be soM as low as the samo ar J tide coold now be pun3iaed lor East. Also a lot of choice Leather, irhich will be sola very cheap. I will pay the highest cjsh prices for Hides, Sheep skins, Pars. P- ltry. Tallow. Bw-swax, &c ap30-lm B. W. MORRIS D. C. W1BD. 310RRIS & WAR, CASH DEALERS IX jEToroisJo. 2 JJomostio IP M I'1 G O'O'JPS Hats, Caps, AO. 295 Boots, Shoes, &c, MAIN STREET, (Ose door south of Monroe.) spS-Jra MEMPHIS, TENN. " iARCH, 1S57. BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, Trunks, Taliscs, Carpet Bags, &c. WEOLESALE AND SETATL. BTlate arrivals, we are In receipt of all kinds of Boots, Shues and Hals, that arc pew and desirable, making one M the largest and best stocki of floe cnitom;made work for retail trao -to be Jound in Memphis. Trices will be low for cash. Call f HICKS, TERRT St ANDERSON, ' .NO. .10 Klirei, maf25-dly Opposite Court Square, Memphis. AT 17SOLESAIE!' BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. fiil OUK strock la the while.sle department I Is bow large and oompiet. to which w re- , Itll spectfallv call the attention of MerchnUc oolr. Tfci baying f t cash, or satisfactory pi per, at short dates, wmi una it titnetr .interest to give us a call before mattactaeir rrcnasea. C3--WhBMle ReossB Bp stairs. - niC2S, TERRT H. ANDERSON No. 215 MaintiSlreet, sp3 dawly Opposite Court Square. Memphis J. boko . JENSY JAMES BORO ti CO., WHOLESALE- GROCERS, COMMISSI OX MERCHANTS, -NO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN. feb2l-dsly . ;Co-Partnersliip Notice. ,fR.MlL10N MeKNIGHT. late of -w Orleans, Bsj IV I beroaie aMCtatel with a in the Grocery and Com- nnsfiou Baotfiecs dating from i be lft Inst The stjieof Ike flrio WW bare-slier be GATES, WOOD SMCKNIUUI MempMSsFeb. 19, IS7. liAtsa a. uuu S. 51. GATES..... .A. St. WOOD M KNIGriT- QATES, WOOD 8z McKNIQHT, G v o c c v s , V r o d uc c AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 3 UNION STREET, MEMPHIS . A GENTS Haard Powdsr Company ; Comers' Whtli JX. Lead and Oil Company, St. Louis; for tale of Ur erpoot Salt lebl3-116)nn ENCOURAGE II03IE INDUSTRY. BORER & iTINKEIIANN, ASD CABINET MAKERS, Main-St., 3d Door uelow union, ARE prepsred to-fll! all orders In the House Carpmterlng and Fnrtlture basl ns. with neatness asddipatch. Renalrlng and Vanishing executed In the Lent style. We warrant all work dune .n our shop. ftb7-itn Giv. ss a call. J. C. JACOBI & CO., (No. 32SMaln, bet. Union and Gayoso-sts.,) Importers and 3!annfacturcrs ol HAVANA & DOMESTIC GIGABS AEB TOBACCO. CONSTANTLT on band a larg assortment orthe most favorite brands, at moderate prices. JanSo-ly f. .T. "VAT ALT &z CO.. WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL G M O C M M 8 , AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS Or UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE, Southeast Corner of Main and Union Sis., MEMPHIS, TENN., HAVE always on hand a well and carefully selected stack of articles in their line, which they will sell at the lowest current prices. J3- Orders promptly ailed with dispatch. JanlS-datw-iy "J. V. FUSSEUb, COMMISSION MERCHANT ASD General &gent9 ee3-tf MEMPHIS, TENS. JOHN B. B0XT0M. . BOOT AND SHOE No. 66 Front'Bow, SIGN OFiTHE BIG HOOT, ' AVEozaaioT-i i f, Tenn., A KEEPS constantly on hand, BOOTS ami rr--m SHOES, of hlsownmake, also of otherK f manafactareis. He kerps, also. Leather, f m Sole and UrJper.-Calf Skins, French and American Shoe FiBduigi, Trunks, Carpet Bsgs andTa lises, all of which he wl 1 seh as cheap a any In this market. Give hlu a call before purchaUng elsewhere. decl9 I. I BEASLET - A. W.LOT1SO. BEASL.EY & LOVING, Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants ASD G- onoral Grooor3) NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. A LARGE stock of Rope and Dagslng always on hand. Charges Sttj cemts per bale, all other Produce at usual races. Instructions strictly obeyed, ond prompt r-Dltaace. All Produce Insured, unlets otherwise In structed. aug20 dawly VOSUA5l HOUSE, Corner of Main, and Adams Street. MEMPHIS, TENN. THIS House Is situated In the centre of business, irr . now flnitbed and In complete order. The Proprietor pledges b (resell it shall not be eorpa.sed by any House In the somr west. . . . route rrxK-f al for the very liberal patronage bcEtowp. on him for the last two years, he hopes by a street attca tion to business to merit a continuance of theaame. ort-tf. J.J. n umuAJii rroprirtor 'ew Hestaurant OK UNION STKEET. THE subcrlber reipectf ully Informs his old friends and ALL the pnbllc that ho has opened a new Restau rant on union vireet, wneirr uc i. yrctum m the best Tlands that can be found In the mtrket, served In the best Parisian styles. Oysters, Game. Steaks, Salt and Fresh Water Fish, Birds In fact, everything suited to the finest and most delicate epicurean taste. Give me s 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. feb20-tf wil- --- . FOR KALE. TWO DRATS also two Dray Licenseswhich have eight and nine months to run. Apply to . a. ixour.Nor....M. t. coorcn....E vr. leace, NEW FIRM. . fTiHK undersigned beg leave to anaounclo their friends , IQUlQil puutiv iuk ICJ uaio wiiun wya,.u. ship, for th purpose of conducting a wholesale Grocery and Forwarding Business, At Memphis, Tennessee, In the houe reo-njly occupied by Messrs. Davidson, Kills ft juair, .no. ivu ain street. They hope by strict attention to business to merit and receive a Hb.ral share of Datronare. Orders' ailed at lowest ra es, and cn as rool terms, for caih. as if the purcha er were present. Quick tiles and smsl'pr fits wi'l ba our motto Cal and examine our stock before purchasing. No trouble lo sbow grccerles. We Intend tomak' it to the Interest of cityoeslers as well as country merchants to give u a share of their patronage. FLOURNOT, COOPER-it LEAKE may:3-atwaw3ra r.SI COPELAXD. C W.EDMONDS E- W. CALDWELL COPELAND, EDMONDS & CO, Deal.rs In Flna WHOLESALE Store and Sell GROCERS, l Cotton. Liquors & C 'gars j COMMISSION MERCHANTS, n-vS-tf NO. 11 FRONT ROW, MKMrHlB. M. D L. STEWART. WM l.lliwi. a . JAS. w siau. STEWAKT, KING & CO., Cotton Fuctorss .TVHOLEf ALE A3tD RETAIL Groccrs'and Commission Merchants, NO. FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN. -r-inET wri omfanndiveratef nl to our many kind friends Jb who, daring our brief engsgement In the above busi ness, have extended to us tneir noerai auu pKium troaage. we now take pleasure in offering to ihem and th. mini, r.ncr.llr- t.rv. luortment af GROCERIES cd ttebest quality and at tie fairest rat s that can be had lmhe city, ana wim a ujiermmauoa i B1, r.rtinn tnrt.r io th nnb ic our services in thevarl oas duties indicated In the above cird; hoping by itrtct adherence to the legitimate principles of our bulness to merit a contlauation of that patronage heretofore so lib erally bestowed upon us. 3, tu. myl7-dwly -. ron-LXES s. o. moust t. j. rowLKZt. FOWLKES, MOONT & CO., LCottom Fa ct.r'St, COMMISSION ME It CHANTS, POST OFFICE BUILDINGJEFFERSON-ST., MEMPHIS, TES.Vi nTORE cnTTON In a File-Proof Warehouse, insu- IS tl.w Mnir cent le.s than anv house In tbejcily. 53 Co ttoa In store placed under lnsur.nce unless in- slmcted to tne contrary. Vf Cotton consigned to us on cord steam,-ktel and fliLfcoats eoveret" bv our otien policy of Insurance, unless nihmlw .Tnresrd In lace ofiBUI of Ladin;. X3T Orders for BAGGING, ROPE AND PLANTA TION SUPPLIES solicited from ourTiatrons. irmitfw ib9 rsloof ihe celebrated " Premium Tay- Jor Cotton fiin," msnufacturM iy Clemons, Brawn ft Co.. Oolomtus, Georgia. . We hsv. supplies of. various sires In s)or, and will take pleasure In showing them, to thote in want ofa Gin.- Planters would dot well to-ealland examine thet,e Gins before pnrbsunt; e!sewnre. , w. im them Ihe lKt Gin we have ever seen in qna'ttles most desirable, -vix speed, light draught and making a superior sample or union. mylt-cm rO ljius, rtuuaj a. uf. TV TR- O. 0. BOONE, late of IJulsvile, Ky'., h'ts become i i xsoeiated with us m the urocery anu u5BBra BuBinet , dttlcg from tne.lst Instant. r - MASON, NOKYEL.1W&. BOONE, OOTTQS PACTO-ES, GROCERS, Commissipn & Forwarding Merchants, No. 101 Main-St., Memphis, Tenn. B AGGl'NG.-Rope, Jeans, Linstyj, and a general stock of Plantation. Supplies ropttantiykinTiand. ..ap2S E. JI. APPERSOS.C DELOAC...DAVIBaS. E. M. APPERSOIV & CO." COTTON FACTORS, , Commission "& Forwarding Merchant ,- ASD DEALERS IS i ' BAGQIIfG,EOPE?QROCERIES, &c. NO. C5 FAOXT ROW and 6 JEFFERSOX-ST , . ,MEMFHIS,TENN. , PARTICULAR attention pSK to Storing, Shipping and Milne Cotton. PRATT'S COTTON GINS. WE are Ageutsjor the sala of D. PRATT'S cekbrated COTTON GINS which have been so 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 lull guaranty. marlS-6a E. M. APPKRSON St CO." r?- Holly Springs, Hiss., Times ; Greneda, MUs., Re publican; Panola, Miss., Star; nuntsvllle, Ala , Advo cate: Tusrambia. Ala.. Enquirer; BnwnsvUle, Tenn., Journal, copy six months. nd senilbljs to this once. A. M. HOPKINS & CO., (Succatort to Powell $ Co.,) Cotton Factors ASD CO-ltlllSISSIOrb: 3IERCHA1VTS, NO. 41 UNION STREET, sepl7-lr NEW ORLEANS, LA. i. wilds TEnsoa, ia, J VT. A. BttTAS, ( M. S. BBTAS, Late of LaGrange, Tenn. a. c. WIL.IAMS. Late of Panola, Miss. J YEENOI.-BRTM & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwarum - MERCHANTS, No. 0 Front Row, over Meaelinm k Galbralth's, MEMPHIS. TENN. PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, ShlrplagaBd SeUing Cotton. Charges 60 cents per ale. 53" All cotton sent to us will be coverca j insurance, unless otherwise Instructed. V WAKDLAW HOWARD...... WM. T. nOWARD. W. HOWARD & CO., Cotton Factors, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, DKALERS In Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard, Bacon, Mackerel, Salt, London Porter, Ale, Wine, 'Whisky, Vinegar, Guano; Lime, Land-Plaster, and Groceries generally. A good stock now on hand, and for sslc'al reasonable prices. 3rCash advances made on Cottons In store for sale or shipment. All Cottons Insured unless otherwise Instruct ed. Our Open Policy of Insurance covert, all Cotton con signed to"ns by water; also, the risk of Fire while in store, unless otherwise Instructed. Our prices for storing and selling Cottons, the same as we have charged for y.ars ptst fifty cents per bale. tulySa T V. AYDLETT .. .jfc. DOtTOHERTY, A'ev Orleans. Mttaphit. T. P. AYDLETT & CO., CPTT0N EACT0HS -.SD FORTTAKDINtJ MERCHANTS, SO. 88 GH.AVIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. - Dougherty" & aydlett, WHOLESALE GS0CEES -ASD COMMISSION MlEltOlLA NTS, NO 23 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, WILL make cash advances on all Cotton or other Pro due shipped to T. P. Aydlett k Co., New Orleans. oc8-ly CUDDY, BROW & 00., COTTON FACTORS ASD OESERAL Commission IHcrcliants, 35 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. - CASH advanna made on all Cotton or other Produce consigned as above, by MILES OWEN. Isnll-Sm B. 3IERKILL) COTTON FACTOR ASD COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 5 Monroe Street, bet Front Row &Main, (SOOTH SIDE,) Memphis, Tennessee. P.VRTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of Cotton and other Produce Bagging. Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at lowest market prices. oct23 T. B. NORMENT, Cotton Factor Asd C03MMISSI0N MERCHANT, MOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK, Up Stairs, 17 1-2 Front Row, MEMPHIS, TENN. A LARGE stock of Bagging and Rope always on hand. Ol. JulyS-dawly M'LLE MANYERS, Parisieune, WHO speaks EngUrh Cnently, wlihet to give lessons In the French and Spanish Languages, and also In Tocal Mnsle. M'lle Manvies wonld he glad to attend chools, or gi-e private lessons. M'lle M. brings tettl svrolals from the highest pe-senags In this country, slrned by Prs.dent Pierce, Gov. Aiken, (S. 0 ,) Senator Butter, Oo'. Jefitrtoa Davis, Its , which the will be hap py to 'tab Iblt. Apply at Jir. uuisiey-s, u'reanuo iirrri, mil uuor m the late Major Carroll's nsldence, or at tbo HuslcStores. splO-dtwawU KlAC SEVILL A. J. CVKSI!iOHA3I NEVII.IJ & CUNNINGHAM, DEALERS IN. SLAVES, No. 171 Main Street, three doors North cf Adams. mi. wb sndw 'Kplrof -and g we tun iklrlv five llxeiy negroes ror sa.e, will keep constantly on nana a goxi inp-ta. f likely negroes, corm-nut 01 etc-,, uoj ',w;wl iririi. fl?M hand, and houto tervsnts aluel f which will bi told on reasonable terms, and fully guar 1 1 We will alro Board and Sell Negroes, cb commission, belne well provl'i'oiorinat uunuc... .y....; SPRING GOODS. Great Bargains, AT PHUilPS & WHITE'S No. 233 .Main Street. WK invite attention to our large simri uj of"" Summer Goods, which we are selling and intend to sell chesp for cash. ap7-dawZin PHILIPS it WHITE. "WALKER & BROTHERS, No. 70 Front Bow, MANOFACTORERS OF CLOITIIXG, AMD WHOLESALE DEALERS IM STAPLE AND FANCY ry Goods, isoois s &uocs, AREJust.recelvInganarpeaing a spieaam iiwmucii. r nrfi,p .nd Snramer Goods, to which they call the especial att'ntlouof Country Merchant t and River Tra dert. Our facilities are such as to compete with any, and to underrell a good many. Please cau ana sre. a marl0-d3m NELSON & NEWELL, WHOLESALE DEALERS III Foreign JLtgiuorSs TOBACCO , CIGAItS, OLD BOURBON. AKD Kl'K IIU1SHX. a 1 .-FlT OX-TCJEiatl, JElto. MASCrACTCRERS Or Domestic Liquors and Kecuhed iVmskj", MAIN STREET, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF UNION, MEMPHIS, TENN. HATE in Store - half pipes Otard, Tupuy it'Co., Brandies; nneiuasiiuon ii".iM "8 qr. pipes " " " . k 4t nenersey, 10 " casks Part Wine; 8 " Mtd " 4 " Old Shtrry Wine ; 100 bbls. Old Bourbon Whisky ; 60 ' " Rie ' 200 " Rectified " 100 cases Ginger Wire; 300b.IsAIe; 300,000 assorted Clears ; m T.,reiher with a laree and varied assortment of g?ods In our line, to which the attention ot tne irauo is rrspvci fully toileted . ap30-d3m J. P. PRESC0TT & CO , MANUFACTURERS OF LARD OI-DLi. SOAP AND CANDLE'S,, Foot of Jefferson Street,, MEMPHIS. TENN. VTTE slaa keen on hand COITUS aEKU UIU wnicn we VV guaranty to auswer all purposes or which LardJ a.. . n. I... M.!m,il (mm cniMlMitlnilFPi Ull is urii. no u.v. . . . . . . ... , to this cSect. We can sell It ttn per cent cheaper than LariLQU. afiu-jnT 1 Z, I, BL.&J. J& Spring and summer GOODS-. THE subscriber takes pleasure In announcing to his friends-and the public genera li ,1b, t he has jnt opener his large ana careruiiy triecim noca 01 cunn xna KAAUI liUUUa tuiuu iu in, opiuis. ,u. ouiuuic seasons, whKh are on sale low to cash or prompt paying custhmert. For the ladles Eugenia, jtarearetie, ureo adlne, Organ-iy, B rsge and Muslin Robes; beautiful plain and fancy ?oult do Loi, Qrgandies, Lawns Bersges, ;. nmrh.m. rid Prints :rlch Lace. Silk, and Enbr.1 ered Swrsa Mantles ; setHBniton, Maltese rolnt, andMnsHnSlervrs-andtV)Uars;isiigie, uimpure, iureaa andctbtr Laces; F lnges, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, Glows, Hosltry, Skirts of all kinds, Ladle' Umbrellas and Parasols, etc A large lot of Readj'Made Clothing, Cloths, Catlmeres, BO01S, buOeS, JJSIS, USUauurg., wr,i-u t. vu"" Shi tlng and- Sbeetinxs, Linens. Linen Drills, Cotton- ades, and in a werrt every thtnr m tne ary gooas line. Countrv Merchants are offtreU grot inducements. Call and examine my stock. No charge for , bowing good, A 0. BLAIR, ap9.tf "n IW wtrgfc iwr. Latest Arrivals J ! JsTEW GOOPS ! Wt. am now lu irvcii,. u . yj' w tifnl and magnificent Spring stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. Consisting In part of ELEGANT SILKS, GRENADINES. PONGEE SILKS, BERAGE and 0RGANDEB ROBES, LACES, of every variety. EXQUISITE LACE SETTS and EMBR0:DERIK3, of every description all latest styles? , A general and comp e'.e assortment of Planters Goods; Gents Cloths; Plain and Fapcy C.ssimeres and Testings, of the most approved patterns; Men and Boys Furnish ing Goods; Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes l Trunks, Ta llses. Carpet Bags, Carpeting and Matting; and In addi tion, all articles usually kept In our line. Allot which we propose selling very iow kuii. Give us a call, and we-pledge ourselves yon shall have good Goods, and at the lowest market prices. Tnfforaoii Strcot, in tketouie occupied formerly by Mrs Thompson, rli, HAS Just returred with the finest and best fill stock. of tents' and ladies' BOOTS ani SHOES, iaLj wh.chVteing selected crpressly lor this market, he warrants for durability and itte atyle. at ihe nm- time, he te drrs'hls thanks to bis old p Irons for past lavors, and hopes for liberal patronage In the new stand lust removed to, where he will be always ready to atteud to any work la his line at the earliest no tice. An early call is s-ucHea. atS-3m- wji. jui.usit. Jj-Bnlletln ptease copy. A. VACCAR0' & CD., DEALERS IS GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c, NO. 298 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. Oct 3I " "CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, aroiit ifrtrf, nexf foor to Odd Fellows' Hall. MEMPHIS, TENN. T--rr! a T.-Frrtt St X3NT YORE DRUGS ASD MEDICINES, CHEMICAVS, Surgical Instruments, Fancy Goods, Paints, Oils, window Glass, Patent and Botanic Medicines, Garden Seals, Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars, Brandies and Wines. 13" Every article told by us -sirrintsd as represented, subject to be returned atonr exN.. - jnlyS-ly E. BREATHETT S. B.'kT01.5- L THOMPSON & CO., " (srCCESSORS TO X. R. RACIXE,) IMPORTERS AND DEALERS Fine UvaiiCUcs, Wines, Havana Cigar s3 A THE TIXEST QUALITY OT VIRGINIA TOBACCO - jtssortod. BraTtdlH, : JEFFERSON STREET, (Breathett St Stoners Bnlldlng,) Between Mal i and Second. TUST RECfilTED Brandies, Henry Mounle & Co.,1810; J Old Castillon, 1815 v Old Lamonde, 1S20; Old Hochell, and dlff-rent brandings. Wines, Chsmpagne and Clareti Old South side Maderla.Topsr. Sherry; Chsmpagne, Fleur de Bougy, Criam do ; Crescent, Olivier, 01 Champertin Bergnndy ; Old Tleux Caps Sparkling Bergundy ; Clarets, ChaUux Margeauz, lAtonr Glass Stopper; Lante, St. Estphe, and other brands, too numeroui to mention. Scotch Alt, London Porter ; Fancy Groceries, kc, ie. feb25.d6m S3" no'Jy Springs Democrat copy three months, and send bill to this office for collection. A. STREET & CO., MANUFACTURERS OP ALL KINDS OF RAILROAD CARS, CARTS. VrfV-eX.GrOASr, dbc.f Poplar, between Main and Second Streets, ng!2 MEMPHIS, TEXN. Laths and Shingles. BOGERT St WITT are still msking Laths, and are al ways prepared to supply the public with the best ar ticle at reduced prices. They are alo making Shingles, and will keep a supply constantly on hand. MIU on Wolf ilvsr, abtvt taa Bajtn. JsM, '6-ly J0n E. HYDE ALEX. WACACLAT. JOHN E. HYDE & CO., Commission & Forwarding Merchants. agents ren the llempbis anil New Oileans Packet Line, AND 'Cox, 33r?axxtxr3.3 Co.'s Tlirough Line - f New Orleans, MOBILE AND ALABAMA RIVER PACKETS, No. 00 Poydras Street, SEW ORLEANS, LA. PARTICULAR and personal attention given to the For warding of Goodi. References Messrs. if Combs & Trice. Hancock, Clara & Co, Laval'eUe, Sidney & Co., J. J. Murphy, Esq Chat Potter Capt C. B. Church, J. J. Rawllngs, Memphis, Tenn. myll-Gm W. S. LA WTO!?,.. C. M. DREAREB, Fromerly of LawtonvlUe. S. O Ot Charleston, S. 0. LAWT0N & CO., Upland and Sea Island COTTON AND RICE FACTORS, Forwarding & Commission Merchants, NO. X EAST BAT AND BOTCH & CO.'S WHARF, CHARLKSTOrS, S C. WILL sell CotUs, Rice, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Naval S ores he. Having an experience of twenty Ave years In business, we Kd.ractpe atilectti.n to all who pitrontze us. Frooipt,personal attention given to the forwarding department. REI-EREKCES non. R. D. Trevllle, Ex-Llent. Gov.; J. H. Shepherd. Esq.. of Ihe firm of Shepherd & Mc- Crary; Jas. Tupptr, it. Master In EqaHyi Hon. W. Ji GnyiotfjTIx-CoIkctor and Ex-M 0..' Charleston, S. OP Rev. H; TJ, Dutfein.Gfm L. M Ayfr, Bsmwell, S. C. Gov. C. J Mr Donald, Judge T Slock., Georgia. E. G. JauJoa, Esq., Dr. R. G. Mays, Florida. Joseph Ramsey, Esq., Tenn. W J- Davie, Memphis, Tenn. msy3-uiy C. N. AVERILL, Recemn, Forwarding, and - .mmhEion ?A. &E NT, (SUCCESSOR TO T. STESIIOCSE 4; 0.,) NO i nAINK STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C. T) EFRRENCES John CaMweU. PresM'nt S. 0. R. R Jt, Columbia. 3 C; CoI..J. A. Wblteshles, acd H. W. Mtsstngak!, Chattanooga, Tnn ! Gir.;w. wuiisas a Co., Charleston. S O ; Chat. N. Andersen. General Agent, Nashville, Tean.; Wm. 7a) lor & Co., Montgom ery, Alabama. Particular attention given to tbe SETTLEMENT of FREIGHTS, and for lost and damsfed Goods by vessels. apllJliy ay. AWD AGENCY, SAM'L MATTilE iYS & SOS, General .Igents to Bny, Sell and Locate Land inthe Mississippi liollom. PARTICULAR attention is paid to lbs selection of COTTON PLANTATIONS rra the Internal Im provemcnt and Chickasaw Scbeol Lands , Several years experltrce enables them to give satisfac tion. Terms easy. 5 Addris "Plenant MoB3t,FanoU county. Miss." tp3-dttw3m x LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL O. I. & A. V.. DuFONT, . '' . MANUFACTURERS OF. " SEWS AND,J100K PRINTING PAPERl AND DEALERS IN PAPERS OF ALL KINDS," 477 Main Street,. Louisville, Ky. dec30-dawly n. riTZOERALD-.CltAt. C. 3ILL..r. W00DW0RTH H.FITZGERALD & CO., (Successors to Park, Simpson Cb.,) Gr'ocers, Produce Dealers, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS No. 92 Front How, Hemphis,. AJD JACK.SONPORT,ARKANSAS. jnltC-dawly ., " C, r. M. NO LAND. ..A. S. HUEJx JTOIiANjD & CO., GENERAL AGENJS ASD Collectors, LITTLE ROCEi, ARIi. REFER TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owe a and Capt. Ch.rley Church. feb7-tf JS""News, Enquirer and FowlkesyExpress copy till forbid.-ly . W. ALEXANDER ALEXANDEB & LANSING, COMMISSJON MERCHANTS, J. OS. 63 AND 65? LOCUST STRBKT, r!eff:iiea'ces. J. Murphy, Memphis,' Cook & Co., Memphis; Barnelt St Walktr " Todd & Goyer, " Charles Pottei. " febS-Sm BRADY & DAVIES. GENERAL C0M1IISSI0X MERCHAXTS, Main hlrcct, Louisville, sty., MANUFACTURER'S Agents for Machine Rope. Bag ging. Jeans, Lmseys, fcc. Jan23-ly A. O. SMITH. r. aurnitiE....GEO. J. Rowland. SMITH, GUTHRIE &C0., Cjomiiilssvou Merchants 431 - and , WHOLESALE GROCERS, DEALERS l.f Foreign and'tll) omesticaLiqiiors, AND AGENTS FOR TnE SALE OP . Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco, Xo. 504 Main Street, between Second and Third, jaianiyiy LOUISTILLE, KTV C. il. HAItVET Jl. 2. IIAnVET. C. M. HARVEY & CO.. COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTSr! NO, J20 GRATIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.' OUR personal attention will bcgiTen to tbe Sale or Forwarding ot Goods or, Produce consigned to our address. We will contract Freight on the above tor re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at lowest rates. We have hd several years' experience In our market In the purcbttlngof Staples and assorted Merchandise. REFER to Cook & Co- J. O. Gilfflng X Bro . Speed & Strange, Hannah & Shanks. decI2-ly P. H. HEIKRIGH&BR0., CONFECirIMON BR S , 297 AVCuIXXT 3Tja3333'JP, WHOLESALE and retail dealers In Fancy and Plain Candies, Cakes, Kiuits, Preserves, Jellies, etc. We have fltttd up our fine ICE CREAM SALOON. and are now ready to s;tve the cooling luxuries to all that give us a call. myl2-d4m . OPENING OF THE MAMMOTH ICE CREAM SALOON, AT Odd Tello-ws' Kail. LROCCO takes pleasure In announcing to his patrons . and the public in general Ibat be has at a great eipen$evprocurrd the above place, and ts now ready to tern tie cooling luxuries for which everybody knows he is famousTTo. add to the entertainment of the public ho has engaged 'rla celebrated Mechanics' Brass Band. myl0-2w ICE 'CE.EM-SALOON! JTos. Sjoecht EEGS leave to inform ttrLa&ea. and Gentlemen of -Memnhisand Its vldnltr that'Sehas Jiow opened es nt-wfylTted up ICE CREAM SALGdrtV? nls new 'brlckfbulldlngcn M.dison street, where he rilVbe pleased to see his o d customers, and the public in geanrai. 53 Always on hand, every variety of 'ConfetUonerles. ne will also furnish Wedding Parties and Batlt at the shortest xiotice. JOSKPH SPECHT. ap25-d3m . WORSnAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Plain and Fancy Candies, Adams Street- under the YV'or sliam. House, KEEP3 constantly on hand a large assortment of Green . and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their cwn Juice, Jellies, Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, Una Wines, Brandies, all klnls Nuts, &c. In connection with this establlnhment, I have, fitted up ICE CREAM SALOON, For the accommodation of citizens and Ihe vl'ltlngpublic mi8-dtllSnov , S. P. BRICHETTO. D. PANTE & CO., Lard Oil, Soap and Candle MANt)FACTlJRERS. -141 .Main street, Memphis. Tenn. THE highest market prices paid for rough and rendered Tallow, Lard and Soap Groass. . nov2 ly Room and Accommodation FOR FIFE HUNDRED STRANGERS AT THE BAZAAR OF FASHtON! NO. 223 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS'. THAT Is to say, room In our Store and Sbow Rooms up stairs for five hundred strangers, whoctwo can accommodate with the finest acd mo.t fashionable Bon nets and Mantillas ; rich Silks and Fancy Dress poods; Embroideries, Ribbons, Trimmings, and'all other; flu Fancy Goods which ar usually kept la the most fashion able ettatllshmtnts. which we Mil dispose of at very moderate prices. Persons visiting Memphis at this in teresting time, will please give us a call. SP30 B BARINDS & CO Just Received, PER EXPRESS, ne huodrtd BONNETS, among which the Neapolitans and fine Straw Eugenlas" French Chip Bonnets ; Neapolitan, EnglUh and Swiss Straw Also, one hundred Shak r Hoods, all of which we will sell low. E. BARINDS St CO., ap30 No. 223 Main streL Grand Opening OF five hundred new styles MANTILLAS, compeslog eveiy variety from the cb'apest to the most splendid brought on, which we will tell at a very small aivance on cost. . BARIKD3 it CO.. ' spJO 2-2J Main street. DItESS GOODS. OUR stock Is now complete, and comprises an extensive varl-ty of Silk Robes, Organdies, Grenadines aid Barege Robes, ct the richest and litest stvles. We r.11 particular attention to this department, as they were.se lectei with great care, and having a large stock on hind, we will close them out at very low prices. K. BARINDS & CO., P30 223 Main street. Embroideries, TRIMMINGS, PARASOLS, FANS, PERFUMERIES, At the Bazaar f Fashion. E. 3ARINDSli CO.. ffM 223 Main street. NEW MILLINERY GOODS. m xno. uourc urreet, BETWEEN MAIN STREET AND FRONT ROW. Mrs. n.CARTER HAS Just returned with her stock of Spring and Sum mer Millinery, and will open on FRIDAT. the 17th instant, co.slstlng in part of Fine French Plovers I Fine French Wreaths ; Ladies' anil Misses' Bonnets ; Ribbons, Dress Hats; Lace and Edgings ; Head Dressc, And a gene'il assortment of Millinery Coods. Tht la dies of Memphis and vicinity are rf spectf atty Invited to call and examine for theiielves. matCS-tf H. CARTER. J9JEW go ods: SPRING FASHIONS, P AT THE EMPORIUM OP FASHION. 299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. ' WE are receiving and optnlng. for the,-. InSDCCtlon or .he lsdie.. nne'nr fti. mn Vft fat hlonib e stocks of French MUllnerv lid 1 fancy Dry Goods ever brought to this dir. Also.'a verv telecttastottment of. Dress Goods, Silks, B -reset, Chal- iicj, urKanuivx uracures, iiue uooes, p'ain ana coiled Muslins, Sic. We call particular attention to our Millinery Department. ConiUfng"of all styles of French Bonnet... Leghorn, Eng- 11 sn straw, .---opoiuan a.ugeqies and. Uiprie., flowers 'and Ribbons. Fire' thousand dolltrs worth of fine French 'Embroideries T.lenclnes, GimpureHunlion, Point Lace' scis, unanui-y Lacr, m 'Embroidered Silk Mantillas, Laco Ba.qnines, Dress TrlmmlngsTf atrslylesjparateli, Fans, Glrapure Laces, Sue. ' Ao, at the Kmportara of Fashion, Dress asd Mantilla Making done, guarantying satisfaction as to stjle and tbape. aourning geed, a'ways oa hand, and. orders promptly attended to. The ladles are most rrtpectf ally Invited to call and examine our lrooda before purchasing elsewhere.' STII LMAN Si CO ap!2 299 Mai street, Memphis. TVnn." KEW ST0EE! .. THE subscriber would respectfully an nunce to the ladles of Memphis ma sur--ounding country, that he is now opening a coTplete f-eh tock ot PARIS M1LLINKRT, FANCT DRI GOODS, LACE3, EMBROID ERIES ard a general assortment of LADIES FANCT GOODS, which he is prepared to sell at the very lowest prices for cash. Al, kinds of MILLINERY made to order at the shortest notice. . WM. SILBERBERG, No 200 Mala street, third door above Lehman's Dry Goods Hoase. msrSn T0HEl,ADlsAXi xvr 3ej ivr n jsc x s . JAM RS MILLSON, firmerly ot Clncin- rati. Ohio, would resfctf jfly announce to tne cuiient of Memphis mat he has opened a BLEACHING and PRESSING Establishment 00 Untcn ttreet. near D-Soto. where Bonnets. Flats. Glpsey and Gents' Hats wlli be done in the best style for thote who If avor him with their patronage Also, Bonnets dyed and pmseojor tores, at low prices. PIeae give him a call, on Union street, near DeSoto. rnm2? 3m ? A S. HANCOCK... Late Williamson & Hancock. R. O. CLARK. ...GEO W. TROTTER. Late Aydlett i. Lata of Somtrville. Co. ' HANCOCK, CLARK & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers DEALERS IN BAGGING, BOPE, BACON. LABD, PORKf FLOUR, 1 AND All ji ?i cist o JProduoo, NO. 1 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN. febS JUST RECEIVED. 1 fifl BBLS tnslt bbls. Harris' H Ale j 1.1 U 60 casks quarts and pints London Porter; 10.' doxeirnostetters Stroma Bitters ; ISO bbls. Dexteis and F lckecs Whisky J 200 bbls. IUrrlin's Ohio Floor ; 25 casks Bacon Sides, Hams, and Shoulders 60 bbls. Mackerel. 60 kit s.M acker el ; 75dcin Cove Oysters; 'V 60 gross Garrett's Sous, bottles and papers ; - ,. 200bsxes Star Candles, 60 di ren Blooms; 60 colli. Manilla Rnpe, all sizes ; IS boxesiFlrglnlaTobsceo; 25 boxerSoda Crackers, 25 bbls. PIc-Nle Crackers ; 60 boxes Lemon Syrup, 25 boxes Smoking Tobacco ; 25 boxes Pie F nl'. 25 boxes Starch ; 60 boxes Pickles, 25 boxes Catsup 4. ALSO, Sugar. Coff-e Mnlasscs, Tea, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisin, Almonds, PrransRngLth Walnuts.Fll berts. Sardines, Ate. For sale by" ap16 v J. F. FRANK. No 35 Front Row. Coffee. I AA BAGS Rio Coffee, Just received asd for.jalelow A v V to the ttaueby DOUGHERTT& ATDLKTT, SNo. 23 Front Row. ap!5 Sugar, Sugar. , Op: HHDS. Sagar, Just irecelved and for sals lowito AtJ thetradc.br DOUGHERTY St AYDLETT, apl5 No. 21 Front Row. Sundries. QC BOXES assorted Pickles; s&O 25'bcxes fine old C. Brandy; 25 boxes Tsble Salt ; Just received acd for sale low to the trade by DOUGHERTY St ATDLETT, aplS No. 23 Front Fow. S. B. WIJLIilAltlSOiV, (Successor to Williamson 4- ZfancocJtj GROCER COMMISSION MERCHANT. IMPORTER OF FINE WINES, BEANDIES, Havana Cigars &c. KO. 19 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. Jnlyl Eeceived this Day, PC ( BBLS Mess Pox ; rui 60 kegs No. I Leaf Lard I 25 tierces Sugar-Cured Kazns j 20 kegs Shot, assorted sixes ; 100 br'. Whisky. All ot which we win tell cheap tor cash at Ne. Frost Row, Memphis, julyl S. B. WILLIAMSON. 19 GROCERIES, &c. THE subscribers keep on hand the following articles, which they warrant to be ot first quality, asd for tale low for cash; Wheat Fass and Threshers ; X. Carver St Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins ) tragons. Northern andSouthern manufacture! Eicon, hog-round ra Floir, Salt, Whisky and Tobacco; BogaT? CouVe, Teas acd Molasses j CandlSfc Powder, Shot acd Lead; - Brandleiand wines, superior article ; Lime, Cedent asd Plaster Paris; Together with?, general assortment ot all articles usu- lUykeptlnaG roctry store. G WYNNE it GIBSON, Julyl i Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange Building. SOME FGRTf K. FIFTY ACCLI MATES CETN NEGROES , FROM the SI ate of fieorgla, consisting of . m raen, wom-nf' boys and girls. Among them IP fTsre time vtryUikety families In a fewfL JBdsys we Intend to'oBomtrat4. our purchases ' from Kentucky and Tirrlnii to this, pslnt, sndtlve thr suyert of this country as opportunity of Investing tbelr money In good Negroes. Gireus a gall before making jour purchases. " mai22-3m BOLTON, DICXIN3 & CO. 1. e m'alexaxdeb j. t. ciiidcstzr. J. N. ItORWOOD. NEW ABBANQEMENT. M'AIfEXANDER & CO.'S Omuihus Liinc. iAVIVO parchssed the Omnlbns Line for merly owned by Ftcher St Keck, wo ire open 3-iwr u opriog cosines., ino members or CZLout firm ate all known to the cltlsens of the hi off City and the surrounding countrv From oar experience In public bulnes, we feel confi dent that we are quaitnd to carry out the enterprise in which we eniae. Give us a trial; we will endeavor to pleas you. We shall have new omnlbu.es, fine teams, careful, steady drivers and accommodatlag agents. " X3" Office at Ihe General Railroad, Stage and Omnlbns Agency, at th Wortham House, where tickets may be ptoeu'ed at all times. vtsrSJo . Mc ALEXANDER h. CO. SIXTY MILES BEST THE SII4RTEST ASD VIA Mississippi ami Tennessee RAIL K TO GAD . Grenada and Intv rmcdiatf Points. . P. McALEXANDER &. CO.'S DAILT USE OF FOTJB HOBSE POST COACHES, 77 ROM Memphis to Grenada. In connection wiih the A Mitsiuippi andTanese Rallroal, a distance of one hoodredavt Cv H-fifty miles railroad, abd but on. change or baggag. Time through, thirteen hours. New Coath-t. fine teams and careful drivers, and time and money saved no mistake. 23" For Tickets, and ail des red Information, smlv to our agent, at the Geneial Railroad, Stag and Omnibus unoe, at tne worsnam uoose. myS-Jm J p McALEXANDER St CO. HIHJSCT MOUTH. TO WASHINGTON, ARK., TEXAS. &G. QTAGE leaves Gaines' Landing, Ark., (Mississippi u nvcr,iau.u.M3, wurK3DAT3. ana FRIDAYS. at 8 a -21., and arrives In Washington In Sity hours Far. 113. .Washington passenge-s have the r reference of seat Pasting through. Mi.ntKeUo. warren. Hams ion asd Camden connecting at Camera wl h Stare lines 10 &.uorauo ana 10 uoispiing via rTtsceton, Tulip ana J&OCKPOI. Codsectlcg at Washington with Hoes to CUrkivtlle. iex,;Mrcepori, unisuns, ana utile lucx, Art. The road through the Mississippi botUm is greatlv im proved; and money has beenappropriated from the In- Kiua auijjnjTcuiru. auu oiocr 1 anus wnica guaranties that it win be made equal to any other portion ot 1 he road this summer. bmoan it CO.. Proprietors. BELDI5G St StonY. Agents, ap29-datwlm Caster's Landing. SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM- PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES. Ky 'U:llroaa rroui Cairo! To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Hours, without Break of Guage or Chance of Cars or Baggage. BRANCH FROM CENTRiLIA IS NOW FINISHED, T,uu shortening the time to sixteen hours to Cbiugo. AT Chicago, comtecting with Michigan Central Cars -i Ai teaying tne same .Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Albany, New Tork, Boston, and all Eastern and Atlantic Cities. Only two- change of Cars from Cairo to Niagara, acd three from .Cairo to Albany, and font from Cairo to New York. Tune from Cairo to New Tork, forty-nine hours. Fare as lew, and comfort great er. ih.TT t)V ID. Ailter rtltlt P..nf.r lhfn.,1. . ENOT subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent changes by abort tines ot Railroad, through Indiana and Utuo, to tne ast and jt orth. Also, connecting at Chicago with Michigan Southern Trains, for Cleveland, Dunkirk, and the East, with Lake ShofeBailroad and Steamers tor-.lUcine, Milwaukee, Sheboygan, &c, and witla splendid Line' ot First Clata Stuameis for Sault Ste Marie, Lake Superior, Coiling wood, Toronto, oic . grains leave Cairo EveiyMornlng- and - venlng as f d knfst - . 6.-03 A. II., Chicago and Sunleith Express, Sundays excepttd. f This Train connects al Chicago with New Tork Xight clng Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western, asd New Turk Central Railroads, through In thlrty-oae hours. This-Traln also connects at Sanoval with O.to and Mississippi Railroad lor St. Loals and TkKnnes at Pana, with Trains ct tbe Terra Haute, AIMS and St. Louis Railroad, for iBdiaBapoH, LsaisvUle and Cincin nati ; at Decatur, with MaiaLine Bxpreta for Galena Dunlelth; the latter oonnecting with Trains to sprisg aeid, Naples, Rock Island. Burlington and Q0.IBC7. 6:10 p M., New Tork Xxpms, Saturdays excepted. Stopping only at important Stations, except en SlgBal, connecting with Main Line Day Exprejo from Decatur U, Dunleith, and arriving at Chicago at 2 r. X. Passengers for the Upper Mississippi, will and at Dun leith, steamers of the Dunleith asd Minnesota Packet Company, ready to leave oa the arrival of either Cake Train fdr Le Crosse, Redwing, St Pam, Stc. Paiseageri forJanesville and Central and Bastern Wlscenin, con nect at Freeport with Trains to Bciott and Jaaesvllk, anu from thence to Madison and Central and Eastern Wis consin. The Maps and Charts Indicating tbo Groat Central Route to the North atd Eaitare aa exact transcriptot Colton's Msaef tbe United States, and passengers are requested tcte xamlne this route as well as the running' time cards of the connecting Roads, asd jwige for them selves as o the correctness of the above statements. The opening of the. Illinois Central Railroad from Cairo to Chicago, and thus forming a speedy and direct means of comniuhicatiba between tbe Upper Lakes and Riven, asd the Lower Mississippi, aOVrds te the pleasure traveler, a. well as the business mac, attractions and facilities for reaching the North and East, which surpass those ot any other route whatever. The accommodations fur nished by the Company for the convrBieixe of the trav eling, public, the permanency of the road and structure, the strength and elegance ot the Engines and Cars, com mend themselves o those who rfeslre In traveling speed, comfort ami safety. Stats rooms secured oa all packets'. TICKETS GOOD FOR ONE TSAR. -with the urivllear I of laying over at any point, can be had at Memphis,' LNo. IS Jefferson street: WILLIAM MORIN, Agent, nn-lv VemrM T-nn. jutliinj eltatcrials. J. WELLES J. S. EBWIX. WEiLjLER & ERWiiy, Mempliis Factory ABD LTJHBEB'YABD, Or erf on itrrtf, near the Memphis and Ohio Depot, KEEP tor sale and make to order Doors. Blinds, Sash, Mantles, Frames, Mouldings anu everything In that line, of tbebet materUls asd worgmansbip. They are also prepared to do all kinds of Sawing and Planing for the trade, and to erect bui'dtngs' of every description; to shelve and fit stores, and other Jobbing. Having procured suitable machinery they will toon be enabled to manufacture PACKING BOXES of all kinds, cheaper and better than ever before made In the city. Shlnales. White Pitt and other Lumber for sale, dressed and usdressed. J3 Orders from the country promptly attended to. ap23-dawly C. B. MOORE J. IIALSTEAD S BANKS, STAR PLANING MILL, Door, Sash and Blind UanufactorT, AND JLVMMFR TMLHDs SECOND STREET, SOUTH OF UNION, MEMPHIS, TEKX. FLOORING, Weatherboards, Doort,Sash, Blinds, Door and Wlndew Frames and Caslags, Mantles, Mould ings, Cornice. Celling, Lstti e- Wotk, Baseboards, Turn ing, Scroll Work, Shelving, Boxes, 4c, and every de scrlptltnof Building Material, dressed and undressed, at ays on hand asd made to order. auuius, usuTSAU a tu. N. B The highest cash price paid for all kind, of Lumber. myl-ly Carriage Factory. TnE undersigned bare opened a Carriage Factory on Second street, between Washington and Adamt streets, where they are prepared to Manufacture and Re pair Carriages at the shortest notice. All work done by them will be guarantied, asd a share of public patronage solicited. JanJ-ly L. a. RURR St CO. GREAT SOUTHWESTERN CARRIAGE EMPORIUM! J. M. ISELL k CO. THIS extanslve establishment continues at the old stand on Unlaa t, bet era M sin and Second, where maybe found a very floe assortment of Carriages, Bog gles Rockaways. it, of theirown manufacture. They take this mettod of returning isanxa for past favors, and Invite thote shing to buy to examine their .lock before purchasing elsewhere. aplT ly J & A. WOODRUFP, - CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, Nos. 3 & 4 Exchange Bnildings, MEMPHIS, TENN. CONSTANTLT on hand a large assort ment of CARRIAGES, firm the hot manufactories, in the United States. Carriages built to order atd work fully guarantied. All kinds ot Repairing done with nestne.s and dispatch by ap3J 6m J. St X WOODRUFF. C. C. MAYDWELL'S HAS REMOVED TO Adams Street, Tier. Main and 2d, aiEaipnis, teun., TTTHKRE can be found all description ot Grave Work. V V which will be furnished as cheap as it can be got in any market West. Also, Bnlldlng Work done at short notice. It Is to the Interest of all persons wanting inch work to purchase from the yards at Memphis Instead ot purchas ing from Agents, as the Manutactors have to add J the twenty per cent, that Is paid Agents to the work sAd by them. Southerners, loox to your tatertst. deel-dawSm C. C. MA YD WELL. TRAVELING PUBLIC LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST. THROUGH TICKETS-FARE REDUCED TO GRENADA $S 50 TO CARROH.TBN S CO. TO BLACK. HAWK. !. TO LEIINOTuN 12 80. TO CANTON 15 W. r w TIA THE ' Memphis and Charleston aud Mississippi Central Railroads, CONNECTING soeth of ITeyr Spriao, at Tk9 IfalU , batchte rieir, with lb DAILY SOSTHRRK MAIL LINE ts Ntw Orleans, via JackssB, ill. a , Ibereteapeea. most pla.anl and quickest rente to the aBeve-samid points. L ast sugirgaoi the best read. Tbe cars win soon tie at Oxford, still saorte log tat. rnte. Travelers will seek to tl. tr comfort and pockets. A word to the wise i. sufficient. ty For Tickets or totoeiratloa apply to SIMS CO.'S Agents, at the RaUroad, S age and Omnibus TKket (t see. Commercial Hotel. raayl3-d- f MISSISSIPPI CENTRA LANZ TEN NESSEE RAILROAD OPEN from Juactwa with M-mohji asd Charlestv RaUroad to Mxob. 15 miles North of Boilvar, atad eleven mile- Sath of JackMin. Tenn. ' PASSENGeR AND MAIL TRAIN leaves G-snd Jhhc tion daily at 10 a II , or on arrival of morning malt train from Memphis. cooncuag at Meitoa with Wily' line of Coaches lor Nashville via Ja kxja aa4 HantiBg ton, and by way of Lexington, c men, WayBeaboro' Mount Pleasant, and from pring HU1 by the Teanessee and Alaban-a Railroad. Returu.ng, leaves Medon at 1:88 r. 3,, eonsiectinat Grand Junction with evening mail trata kite Moments arrlvlrgat";: " ' P'5 R P. NRF.I.T 8p't MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD. 23"ow Open to J3orclL3. Two Daily Trains each Way, (SCNDATS EXCEPTED ) FROM and afur WEDNESDAT. March 26, 1S57 the MAIL TRAIN leaves Memphis daily, (SatMays ex cepted ) at 7. 15 a. K , arriving ar Sardis at 19:05 a at Returning, leaves Sardis at 10:35 a. m , and arrives at Memphis at 155 T. H ' This Train conaicts at Sardis with Messrs. J P McAi exandcr St Co V Daily Line of first cUsa Post Coach, for Panola, Grenada, Cantos, Jackxin and Ticksbars Tbe ACCOMMOPATION asd FREIGHT TRAIN KaW Sardas at 5:30 a.m.. arriving at MeiBhts,at Khia a x Retor.lsg. leaves Memphis a: 2:30 r n . and arrives at Sardis at 7.38 p. a .nws Passengers are requested to pambsss tickets before entering the ears, and save paiatest afextta rare Baggage checked to all stations on the RaMread, and n baggage wiu be received without betas dweked. Each passenger will, be allowed It 0 pounds f biggag by Rjg road, acd SO pounds by stage but no artlcMwta be car ried at baggage that is not incident to tbe person of tbe paswngers. Id Ca&efif 1m I rUvm n . mi. .v j nw, uciBsexvcs re sponsible for as amount net exeetdiag $60. ' - utmisiian, mi nave a permit nammg the point to which they are to go, asd seedtiea that they are ts travel Bv. R.iim.d - ,k u, -T. w carried. S. M.PATHinr 5iL , ,',' SnpermteDdew. -isV .-ui rr, Jsierriirt cxprfM, llrsxBtV papers, Grdaft)-prs, aa4 the MiMi-Mmiaii. at Jatk- TO THE EAST AND - NORTH.' MEMPHIS MD CHARLESTON M I Jj M O & 12 COMPLETED . e- - -' una l&JajraaaiS XX. New Tork Phtladelphia, Baltisnura. WaasuBBieB Lny Ricbmond. Cbarlt4uii, and Sa.u.Bah . THRuVGU TICKETS 5-W to I!.. leilewiBg petota: Na.hville, Chalianubga, August, Ch'arteslva, Witaatec toa. Atlanta. Montxemerv. CuIbm: a. n , rc ...1 Savannah. ' 7UKOUGU TO XASIIVILLC IX M HOURS, TbruBnh Ticket COce al the f.rstsrrlil Bet L Mestv- phi.. Teno., P M. PAlTERStJNjJ.tsit. Tick, ta alwa a coed. Fare as tow as sy aay other Crst-cUsa reeea. asr issengers. a a wrevteis aaw e-SHd tt SALT ERN aad ATLANTIC Cms , mtrie. . , cuai ort and safety altect andixredstionwsttekStaectaoM sate ' Patting Itwush stave Wrrttory, perfect teetrtiy latatavd tor the conveyance- ot servant Fvr FREIGHT rroas fw York, atas eSher atoetevB cities, by s earner, to Chariestsa es Savaaaa. aa- railwaxdi rrct to Mrmpfc ts. -i halleiftw- of Stastbera aad Wttrrn Merchants o aa led te-taia raeMe. bvaarg u cheaa, ami more expeditkMM. than any ether The ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY is saswlaeesaM tlon wiih this line. Tbe THROKGU MAILTR.UN kave MisapatsBAtLY at 6:30 o deck a, Jt., oas.; with Raw.rd a. i Westward trains es the NashviDe aad Obattaseasa Rail road, at Sleveasva, same day. Alao connect, at Grand Juacttee wittb .---- Central Railroad to Hoily Spna, OxJeid, fltaeaaaTcaa ton. Jackson, &.C. Stt. Also connects at Grand Janeties Stattea waa Ttsaet see Central Railroad to Bblivar, and Jacksea AIM connects at PocahoBUt with Trt-Wwkly Ltae at Coaches te Ripley, Pontotoc, Aberdeen and CWamaBa Mississippi. The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leavM Vmznm. DAI LT (except Sundays) at 2: r 3S. . for Junction with the Misls.ipBi Cntral and Teenessee Central Rahroad. Somervttle and iatermeiiate StaUoas. Baggage checked to all statlesaoa the Kaflreid. and no Rsggie wOl be received without betag eaecked. Each passenger will he aHawedsevatv.flTrBad..e baggage by Railroad, and sixty psaada by Stage; but bo -lucre nuiK oimu sausage tsat la net tncidest so the person of the passenger. In case of w ih- iw pasy wui hold themselves respossibft far an amount net exceeding $100. Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before en tering the cars, and save psyment of extra fare. Negroes, when traveling alone, must have a permit, na ming tbe point to which they are to go, asd specifying that they ar- to travel by railroad, or tfcev win sotte carried. No ticket will be sold them, aer wiH they be re ceived on the cars, natess their owner er ageat be present or known to the llsktt Ageat asd OsadacHr, or other pers-n to roach for genuineness et permit. B. ATRES, SuperlntenCtnt ot Traspor 1 atlea, ep21 Memphis. Tens. For Baltimore, Wasliington, New iorji, Pliiladelpliia, &c Direct Through Line for the East! JBaltimore and Ohio RAILROAD. THIS Road runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (373 miles,) and to Washington, (400 miles. 1 and omen-.. the fullest advantages both as a freight aad passea?T line. It runs through wUd aad romantic regions of th Allechenles; and being solidly constructed, completely equipped and Carefully managed, la one of the most at tractive and safest Railroads in the United States The Central Ohio Railroad, from Columbus asd Zaaesviile te Wheeling, unites this road with all portions of the West asd Southwest. The olt THBOTon TrczzTs now Mxhfris Locisvillx and Sr. Louts to the Na Tins at v.. tbo pons, are sold by this road, which run, direct to Washington without the delay of pasties; through Balti more. It Is also the only line by whleh bage can ba checked to Washington from the Ohio rivsr. S3-By the MAIL route from Memphis, take the mail steamers, running daily for Louisville, connecting there with mail steamers cr Jeffersonvllle Railroad far Cincin nati, where they arrive so as to connect with the cars "of utile Jaiami Aaiiroau iwi mioiubsi, OBcneotmg there with Central Ohio Railroad, through Newatk aid Zan TlEe, to Wheviing. By the express train of this route the time from Cincinnati to Baltimore asd to Washington Is less than 27 hours. " JfBe sur to ask tor tickets by the Baltimore asd Ohio RaUroad Route. S3Pissensers from Memphis gr ing East thronrt at Louts, can buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore and Oh m Railroad. Thia route lays throaghVlncennes, Terra Haute, Indianapolis, etc, to Wheeling, over the new Ohio asd Mississippi and connnectlng Roads. These connections are all direct, asd the time from St. Louis to Baltimore or Washington la hut about 43 hours. Through Tickets by this route may be had ot the Agent, under the Plas ters uouse, at tne roiiowins rates : jrroia St. Louis to Baltimore $25; to Washington $26. At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior cars ot the Baltimore asd Ohio Railroad, which leave three trm. dally for Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia asd New Tork. Through in IS or 17 hours, IneiuJinj stoppages For safety, speed, regularity, beauty of Ihe eoaatry, and gtneral comfort, this road is second to son tn the Union. FREIGUTS. This company possesses the largett equipment ot any Railroad In the United States, and Is prepared to do as lmmvnsebusinest la trad.pertatiec. The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves and la tne sireetsjot uaiiunerrrwiin tne Railroad to Philadel phia and New Tork, steamers ef Ericsson and Balti MORE STXAStsuir Lines, by Canal and Sea to New Tork, and by new Merchants; and Miners' Line to Boston, steamers to Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, &c. Fur partlculars, see freight tanff, copies of whKb may be had of the Forwarding Houses In the West, er ' J. B. Fobo. Receiving asd Forwarding Agest at Wheeling. WM. S. WOODSIDE, Master ot Transportation, Baltimore. THROUGH TICKETS, s lowing Ihe holders to stop at any point, and re.ume their teats at pleatere, may be purcruAfd at the Ompany'a Office. No. 15, Jeffersna street. 3 doors Kast ef the Cemm-rclal Hotef Memthis Jna25-Iy WM. MORIN Agent. or. 33 ivr -v a. OP THE ,ITEW DRUG STOKE. WK take pleasure In Informing the citiitns of Memphis and the pebHc generally that we have re moved our stock et Drugs lojhe corner of Mam and Union streets, asd wul take pleasure la secommo- cUiiug all who may ravor us with a Can. We are alsoiH receipt of a full supply-of fresh and gen ntne Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, &.C. Particulanattestioa paid to'flHlng ot Prescriptions at all hoars of day and nigh!, dec3l-tr RS JOTNT4R V OO FirrrtamlsPowderedand.Cnished.Sagars.fer sale by mart7 HANCOCK, 0LASX St CO le oa 10 co m Bt fit Tj 5 35 16 10 .1 10 V it) " 9J M 55 W VI evi 45 a) '10 .'Svl 1 :a a u . to n to m a 10 M to M Ti uu I T8 a Mr 4 Wt M 25 m to .75 too M V 5 'd :o &s jll 11 j! ef U d le Hi ir I. a .i-JaW 1 - 4 - , ' - TV - 1. hiirJ--- -v-..!' Ui)H-'.