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BY M'CLANAHAIST, HUTTON & GO. : . . . MEMPHIS, TENN., FRIDAY- MQRMNG, JUNE 12, 1857, VOL. Vm. NO. 72.' W - if r PCaLISHRD DAILY". TKI-WILEr AND WBEKLY, BT NO. B. il'CLAKAHAN, XJSOKTDAS TROUSDALE, WM. M. HTTTON, BENJAMIN F. DILL, BBBEH THE STTLE AMD FIRM OT H'OL AN A "FT A TT, HUTTOIT CO., TO WHO ALL LETTEBS ON BWUXEil, OB OTEEB WI1E SHOULD BE ADDRESS"). PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dailr, in adveaee, aaaaaa..... ............. ..$10 03 ' Tn-Weefcly, " 580 Wk'.y, ' " " 3 00 S3" The Weekly paper wHI ke tsiatsrssd to Clot ef T ml upwards at $2 M cadi ; payable to siMr In ad saae, aad every dab i be ids t aae sa EJ- An old MbMriker ud a new oat wtu be taken ta ftber at $eeaeh. Jf3" In no case wBl the paper sen " sahetri bers navies the order far the we is sneaded wMh 8 eaah JCJ- AH IMIy safes tptfeas will be Ci-sMered due and payable half-yearly in advance. V3" The faragotns terms win be strictly sad rigidly sobered to. DAILY RATES FOR ADVERI ISING. JJeptod by the -iaaeW amd Emgtt sad Jteaorrr. Jot c sqaa af tea list or leas, ane tascsa...$l 09 for each lasSBllusal to rti at canM 69 S 801 6 80 S 0!M OOjK Wl'6 8Bj 90 00 2. 4 80 C Off 7 M 9 80 jH 00,16 88jl8 MSt 5aj 30 t. 5 80 8 OOjlO 80 12 oo'it eo so 8ss Hae eo! to oo' 7 fib 18 Bdill .6 It 6090 00 25 00 31 2t 37 60 MOO 6. S 0 It OoflS 8:iS nT4 80(38 8oi7 6o 4S 00 89 09 I7fll f. 10 SO M OMIT ST 00 28 m'tk 88;43 ' ( I M 60 70 00 7. 12 wt'.tt 80 10 OOil 80 12 OO.ao 08'60 OOMS 60 fo 88 I- S. IX M!l6 8M9C SORT OiiM 8016 88SS SS 07 60j 90 00 t. 16 OOIM 88SS aolM 00 00 88(68 Mli 88176 88I80 80 3 OM sa.re, renewable wvekiy, per aanaa, $40 88 ' ' " Iwlce a week, " 08 88 Two sqoarea, raoewaMe weekly, per amram, 60 86 " " " twice a wt. SO 80 J3 Ail adreHlatM'-uU reqnired to be kept on aecoad page, CHAlteED AS DEW AM DAT, and as third pat, an advanr over stated -ate . X3T AdTertMrsonta direcW to be displayed, or set Is large type, charged mcbli: rata. f3 Tearlr adrertisera wi I be aharaod rxtn foreeen prins space orer eontract, and whea LARSC type is rs 1 umd to be nsed, or the adTertiseaseat kept en inside of payr. El TarlT advertisers will be charssd extra at rsgnlar rates lot Wants, K-n'r, Xearaeals. CoaartsenMp Xs tices ToGSMifB. buc. 3 CRAKSIEXT AOTESTItllrS MOT BE PAIS FOR 71 ADVAKCE. S3" Xo adrertiseaseat wtB appear ic she Weeksy paper Bslevs ty fKsal contract. . 3AdreTtesieass ta be luae.tod la the Weakly paper oc!r or at irrecaiar interrata la either of the papers, wffl be .-baraxd $1 per aqure for every iatwtioa CS .tnoaariacean4Mte for State, Ooaatraad nlc . i .i Offices, $6 each, to ke paid is adraaoc iaerory instance 13" All adverttseateats far OtaTtaabie laatttatiass, Tirf Companies, Ward, Tswa, aad eaher PahHe Keettacs, to b charged halt price. 3 .Marriaaee aad Deaths are paMaihtdas Bew ; tat Obi'.naries, Trihotes of Respect sad Bsaeral IsnitaHoas s "toer adrert!in.m'BU. t3 All Legal aad Transient Ad-ertseemeatf wm be cis-jed by the insertraa. X3T Bditorial Xotkes ic Local CalauinwM fee charged 0 unto per line. 3 Xo dedacUon or TariaUoa will be sude from the Iregoisg rates. McCLAXArTAK. HOTTOK h. CO. IrofeSaSioiial Caris. L. Q. C. LAJfAX.. ............. ...........C. B. MOTT. LAXAB k. 2tt OTT, ATTORKKTB AT LAW, HaTly Sprites, Mississippi. apSI-OawCsa DOCTOR TT. C. CATENADGK, H ATI KG prmun ntiyloctted ia Messpais, oaer bis frrto in all tbe tranche of his plots ssion to the citir-n of Mempbix no J Tictaity. OtB-e on Main street. (West side,) between Adsase aad WashiriKt.n stre-ts. in at-Teaton's geilidjoes. apIOSm Irs. .Tones & ITInrablc, amen on AD IMS STREBT. OPfCSIfB WOKBBAM HOUSE. DR JOXKS' rcMdeace, Secood street, near IhaUW Offlf. Dr Mrab!es esidpnce, Beraaado street, t:w"T. Tsnce and L'nd b west side. mylO-dlm R. FltTNDsTM' offlce at J. M. Slexbrs A. Oo.'s Dree St-re near the Pxt OaVce, mar3-tt HOMEOPATHY, A. BDslOKDS. M D , (late of HouklasTiBe, Zv.i W. "Hom--:bic and Byarepatble Fhy.tcian, toaders 00 bis pref esaiooal servKerte I Be cttueu or Jteauart. BeMience ka-iison street, aex' to the Plaalaf Mm. ,92" Madison street, adjoteiag the dVecataSce. aA -ers u. McOosibs&Trke, J. Tertan k. Wb, W t. R.f vie od W. K Mil tea. snarM-Ca Br. R. 1.. .AStlI, VTK Stat PkyaieUa and Director of several HoapttaU LA- a Kerminy. member of dlferent Medical Societies in' -w Tork. baa Wcated in tbe city or Memphis, aad af in New Iji-services to tbe public as Pbsicles, AccoBCber, fers bis r a'l operations ia Sirfery. and for OOce so Waabiastoa street, betweea Main sad S3-Od oct30 JUS. MOORMAN & BUOITN. OmcKon Adams street, in rear at Jones, Brewa & Co , on Mala street. Dr. Moorman's ismfcast eo Y. hjls street, betweea Tance and BtUett streets. sa&r2V3m W. G. WEATHERFOStO, COCXSZLOB AT LAW, and Beal Botate Agent. Napa, leon, Ark Befer U A. Wriaht. B ., and Cat. B. G. Payae, Mem phis; Jul- R. L Oamtbers, Sapreme Coart; E. G. Kastman, Basj., KashvUk; Major G. A. Henry, Clarks vill. Teen , and Ben. T. K. ITooinoT, Deha as., Ark. marlt-dawlT CIIAS. 5). FONTAINE, ATTORN T AT LAW, Pontotoc, Mies., wfli attend strietty to a'l pralssstonal basiaese whkh maybe entmta to hia is aayet the Cenrta ef North Mt4s sippl. febI71y J. A. 3XO ON. ATTOBNBT AT LAW, Otasral CoaeetiBg aad Land Affeate. for the Nortae aad Bastein Oaonties of Arkaosa', B8 ABO, ABE. fM8-dawly . O. RIVES, ATTORKKT AND COCX8RLOP. AT LAW, Memphis, . Teaa. OeSc - in the Peat CHBce Manillas. All bnstnewentnisiod to his car wiOreeive prompt and faithfal atteatioa. OWUectieas prompskf made ia the sarroeaonsg eoaatisa of West Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkaa.es. . ;utl3-oawfy Card. D1 X SAMUEL GILBBRT, Sr., has reraraed U his old ' homestead aear Memphis, and reopeaed his Infirm ary, and will remain permanently. He treats tbe fellow sc C break: Diseases : Caaeers, Screlwa, WM e SweOtni;, Turn aad Wens, without Sorglea! operation. He also treau an Chroaic Peasalediisases.Sneeaef lens standing, Tet Ur. stbeaaiaUsa, Snsa, aad aJl lorms of Mercartal Alfcctkws. Dr G. rk smi It naaf ceesary to say more, as he has Hv DK witnesses of his ssncesa from Maine to Oregon, declt-dawly JAMES M. MURPHY, to2.oxrAl XinTiri a,foxxt JACrSOMPORT. ARK., TTTTT.L attend parsaaallr to the locating of Swamp Land VV Scrip aad Warraate ia tbe Jacksonport and Helena Districts, celling Laac aad payiag Taxes. Eeferencos. B Grahass, Memphis,TeBii.; A. S. Haey, LitUe Bock; B. C BrtaUey, " MaJ T. Man, Miss.; W. M. Por B. " J. Norton h. Oo., N. O.; T Lane 4c Co , " J. A. Recssean, LsGrasge, M p. UooUOae. Heteaa,; Teas ; Myrt'ie acMe, W. E. Butts, LawreaceviBe, Alien roK, " C W. Board, Jaekseapert; iecS7-lr ra i Peat jrWaUeSfJaeksenpart R. G. PAYNE, A 7T0BNKT AT LAW, Memphis, Teaa. Offlce In tbe JX. Post Oaaoa BaisMai;. JeOerton sbeet. mar21-dly J. A. ANDERSON, ATTORXKY AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. OSee In . WaUers aiklioe, ovsr Mansaeid's Drus Store, Main street. jimo-iy' DR. WM. HEWITT ILL practMe atedtetsM, oo tbe priaeinf. that there is sood ia all sy stems, aad none all s efficient. 03dp on Jrnersoa street, in tbe Past Office Building, second door (rasa the Post Office. Realdence on the corner if Hernando aad Blttstt streets. REFERENCES: Col. J. B. ataatsn. N. Adams, Eq., Hsrwro4 county. Bev. P. B Btaad. Dr. J. B. Madia, Payette county. R. Semervile, a;., P P. Maclla, Esq., Tipton county. J. L webs, J. a. asm, -tempnis. feb4-4tm SMITH P. BANHEAD. A TT ORNKT AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office la tbe Post OSee Block, over Aydiett & Co., third story, apt R. F. L.OONBY, A TTORNET AT LAW. Offles ever C. W. Cherry & XV. Oa.'S jaso-tr 3. WICEEBcaAal.. ............... ...ED. A. BEECHE&. WICKERS HAM & BEECHER, A TTORXKTS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Offlce, X No M Jeurson street. jant-tf R. V. niCfl A -W. W. WHCATLEV..M. A.n OQI tuuiiiuuwui luicaiicj s"bB) I TTOBNBTS AT LAW OOce on the corner of Second and Oonrt streeM, Hem pets. Tenn. ocu-iy GEO. DIXON. a tt nRKET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Memphis, J. Teaa. Oatoa, soathstd? of Oourt Square, one door west ef Wallace's Auction Douse, op stairs. feb6-dtf . BEN. SHERROD, A TTORNET AT LAW, Osviagton, Tenn. All buslnein entrastvd to bis care wiu receive prompt aivenuos. lBlyI9-tf D Z. DUBOSE ATWRIJET AT t.AW,-HemrHs Tenn. Offlce cn east Hide of Main street, betsaen Jefferson and Adams. Reer to P. Ti tns, McEwen, Harris it McNeill, J. D. WHUuas, W. B. Miller and Miles Owes, Memphis, Tenn.; Bocx, Titua & Co., New Orieano. Jmlt-tt 'ather ipporticg the wife of his bosom, and leading tuejnsura of the dayatdnigbt ch Jlr whK! xaakes hjm. home, to the sanctuary of I mnlJ-dawlr JvV and tr-d t wRl nBt be a falrcrtterlcn of the past ; ' City Auction Kooms,No.29 Front Kow NEW ESTABLISHMENT. L. JOHNSON & CO., Proprlotoro, O. TV. HANNA and JOHN WINN, Salesmen . WOULD respectfully Inform tke citizens of Memphis, that they have opeaed tbisday, atNo. 29 Front Row, - A GENERAL AUCTION" DEPOT, - And are now prepared to offernnuscal faculties to pi rt lei having Merchandise, Real Bttate or Negroes 'odiepose tf . We will have daily salvs at ear store, and are ready to attend sale in any part of tbe city and c try far a very moderate commiain. We Trig effect sales at private Eale oo commission for any description of real er personal property. We will keep a ttegister at oar Sale Boom for Boa! Ks tate for Sale. LeaM or Kent and Necaoe. for ea)e er hn-e. Advanees In Cash suae on any d -i crlption of propel ty. rayi-lm AT VPHOIi'ESAIi'E ! BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. OTJH at rock in the wbaleaate department now large and complete, to which we re- 24 aj tpectfnlly can the attention of Heretitnt vaelr. Tfeose Irtwint for casb. or aatisractorr Tm par. at Fbert dates, wilt flod K to tbeir lnterer( to giro at a call before nutinc Uitir paMhaEea. S3" Tnolesle Booms up ftaln. BICES, TBRRT k AXDKRSON", Ka. 345 Vain ctreot, apl-dawly Opposite Conrt Square, Memphis. J. BOKO. , J. J. JENNV JAMES OORO & CO., WHOLESALE-GROCERS. A5 COMMISSION MERCHAXTS, KO. 2 HOWARD'S ROW, HEMPIIIS, tSSK. feUIavIy jSTAVLCTL, 1S57. BOOTS, SHOES ApTD HATS, Trunks, Valises, TJarpet Bags, &c. WHOLESALE AND BETAIX. BT late arrivals, we are In receipt of all kioda of Bats, Shues and Hats, tbat are n"w and desirable, making one of the ltrS'M and best stocks of flee custom-made work for retail trade to be found in llempbis. Prices win be low for casb. Call and see. HICKS, TBRRT i AKDKRSOX, Xo. 245 Main street, raar2&-dly Opposite Court Square, HempMt. Co-Partnersliip Notice. Tl ,fB. MILTON McKXIGHT. laie of Xew Orieans, ba iX become associated with es In the Grocery and Com mission Ho sines! datlnefrem tbelktinst. Tbestyieof tbe firm will hereafter be GATES, WOOD it KeKXlOHT Memphis, Teb. 10, 1S67. GAT3S &. WOOD. S. M. OATES A. M. WOOD M. St'EXIOnT. GATES, "WOOD & ITcXHIGHT, Ck v jo c y s , 1 r o (V. w c c AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 3 UKIOX STREBT, MEMl'Hlt . AORXTS Haiard Powder Company; CoMeTs' TTh'.tf Lea4 and Oil Company, St. LoHil ; for1 sale of LIT erpol Salt febl3-tlliBn EXC0URAGE 1I03IE INDUSTRY. HUBER & WINIiEtMANN, M jP JE Jk TEM AKD CABINET . MAKERS, Main-St., 3d Door lielow Union, ABE prepared to' 1111 all orders in the Hoase Carpentering ard Psrcitnre bssi aess with neatness and lifnatch.. Repairinc and Taonshius ese ted In J tbe best style. We warrant all wors aaneinoor soip. Giv. vt a call. fetl-Im J. e JA?OJBI & CO., (No. 333 Mala, bet. Union and Gayoto-sta.,) Iiaportcrs and manufacturers ol HAVANA Sz DOilESnC CI6AESASD TOBACCO. CONSTAXTLT on haad. a Isrre assortment of tbe most favorite brands, at met'erate prices. jsaze-iy A. J. "WALf CO., WnOLESALE AND RETAIL G M O M JR & , AKD 1) EALE XLS tit ALL TElltUS Or UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE, Southeast Corser ef Mclu and Union Sts., UEMP BIS, TENN., HAVE !wf 08 hand a wen and caretarly selected stack of articles in their line, -which, tbey will sU at the lowest carrent prices. S3 Ordors promptly flue-I with dispatch. anl2-datw-ly J. V. FUSSEIali, COMMISSION MERCHANT AKD General t&gent9 v. J7 I- ROW, oe- MEMFIIIS, TENS. J0H3" B. B0TT0, BOOT AND SHOE AC 13 l E , No. G6 Front Row, SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT, micTnpina, TcnTi., cL)a KJ5BPS coneiantly on hand. BOOTS and Bit raaaulactnreis. ne keeps, also, Leather, t"oie and Upper. Calf Skins, Frtnch and American Sboe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags and Ta Kses, all of which be wi'l 1. as cheap as any in this market. Give bun a call before pin-astng elsewhere. deeI9 D. PANTE & CO., Lard Oil, Soap and Candle I?lvNIJFACTlJRERS, 141 Main street, Memphis. Tenn. ryiHE ntgoest maraei prices para ivr roogu anu renae . J Tallow. Lard and Soap Grease. nov2 1 I. L. BEASLXY. ...A. W.L0TI5S. BEASL.EY & LOVING, Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants AKD Gronoral G- rocors) NO. 12 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. A LARGE stock of Rope and Bagging always on hand. Charges fifty cents per bale, all other Produce at aeaal rates. Inatracttoas strictly obeyed, ond prompt r-rmitance. AU P.edace lasnred, unless otherwise in structed. aueiO dawly .B. H0WC0TT, DENTIST, SUCCESSOR TO BR. X- HOWCOTT. HATIXG prepared myself well ts practice Dentistry ia Memphis. I resrectf ully soHcit tbe patronage or an who may seed ray terviees in the D-ntal line, al bind rayseif to perform all operations ea tbe Teeib, and insert arttsciat teeth in the most approved styte as well as it caa be done In this or any other cosntry All the reference I wish to give is a fair trial af my work. OSee on Main strett, cpposlte Woreham Hruse. myl9-6sn SUUGMMlf. DR. FTJNXER attends exclusively to Surgical Diseases, su9 as PUes, Fistulie in Ano, Strictures, Stono In Bladder, Ulcers, Cancers, Tumors, rolipus, Diseased Bones and Joints, Delormities from BurnsHalr-Llp, Contracted Tendons from loss of Lips, Cheek, Nose, Eye. lids, ke., Clesed Jaws from Salivation, and all other (Us ees and deformities requiring Surgical aid. easepSO-dtwawlyls J33 M&TEt. DR. FENXER also attends to all Diseases of the Eye and Ear, and Is prepared to Board Patients from s distance. XS Offlce on Main street, In Walker's Building, real deectoa .Court street. sepSMtwawlylns , DR. JOHNSON'S INFIRMARY, TOR DISEASES Of THE EYE AND EAR, SELF-SUPPORTING EAR TRUMPETS, ARTIFICIAL EYES, &c. KO. 15 JEFFERSON STREET, Two Doors East of Commercial Rote, MEMPHIS. TKJSN. may!5-daw B. n. JOHNSON, M. D. J. M. COMEGYS, HAS Just returned f rem a tour thrauch the Nerthern Cities, where he acquired all 'be recent improvements in tbe science 01 Dentistry. lie is also authorised to a-Il licenses and instruct such of the prufewiion as may wish a knowM(of D.. Albert A. Blan'lf's Cbaoplastlc mode af inserting Teeh. Any letters addressed to him at SomerviUeand Brown i vlll , will meet with piompt attention. rayt Im DENTISTRY. DBS. CHIDSET tt LEWIS would call lie attention of tbe pnbttc to their newnethod f inserting ARTIFICIAL TEETH, by which the natural expression ef the face is restored. Persons In w nt of full setts of Teeth, Ar tificial Palates, or have unsatisfactory work are invited to call, as wa are satisfied from experience that w can. notfatt. myl-im G. D JOHNSON, A O. LONG a'ae i 1 u rvvaet S. C. ISIDEB xteiruneans.u CofltevUle, ills I YFAX.KER & SMDER, otton JP act ov s Airs Commission Merchants, IXo. 123 Canal Street, JglylSdagly KBIT ORtEAya, TJL . O. rLOURKOY....!!. T. COOPEK.. & W. LEAKE NEW FIKM. rpnE onclerslgned beg leave to annannc to tbeir friends jl ana ine pimnc mat tbey nave rorraea a co-partner sblp, for the pnrpess of condnctlng a wholesale Grocery and Forwarding. Business, At-Memphis, Tennessee, in the house recently oecopM by Messrs. Davldaon, Ellis i. Blair, No. 195 Main street. Tbey hope by strict attention to business to merit and receive a lib. ral snare of satronaRe. Orders tilled at lowest ra es, and on as good terms, for cash, as if the psrohaytr were present. Quick siles and scial' pr. flts will be oar motto. 'Call and examine our stock before pnrchannr. No trouble to sbowgrtceries. We intend Umak it to tbe interest of city dealers as well as country merchants to give ns a share of their patronage. FLOURXOT, COGrSR, LEAKE, may 1 3-dt wswSm r.St. COfELAKD. C.W. EDMONDS E. W. CALDWELL COPELAND, EDMONDS & CO . Dealers ia Fine "1 WHOLESALE ( Store ami Sn GROOERS, Liquors & CgarsJ (Jetton. AJT COMMISSION MERCHANTS, rtyS-tf NO. 11 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. JI. D. L. STEWART. W3L L. STEWART. M C. KISO. J AS. W. KISO. STEWART, KING & CO., (Cotton JFact&vs WHOLESALE A3D RETAIL Grocers and Commission Merchants, NO. 41 Fr.0XT ROW, MEMPHIS, TKNN. FERLING profoundly grateful to our many kind friends who, daring our brief engagement In tbe abate busi ness, have extended tons ineir itcerai ana geseroas pa tronace. we now take pleasure in offering to them and the ptiblic generaUy, a large assortment of GROCERIES of tte best quality and at the fairest rat's that cxn be had in tbe city, and with a a-iermination to give f atis fsctian. we leader to tbe cubic our services ia the vari ous duties indicated In the above card; bopinjt by strict adherence to tbe legitimate principles ef ou' business to merit a conl location of tbat patronage heretofore so lib erally bestowed cpon ns. 8., K. & CO. myl7-dwly I-OWLSES......S. C. 3I0UXT T. J. FOWLEES. F'OWLKES, MOUNT CO., Co tt on F a ctors, AKD COMMISSION ME B, CHANTS, TOST OFFICE BUILDING, JEFFERSON-ST., MEMPHIS, TEX.V, STORE COTTON In a FUe-Proof Warthense-. Insu rrce25 per cent less than any house in tbe city. 0 Cotton in store placed under insurance uniessm- strncted to the contrary. , 3-Cottenronsicned to tis on goed steam, keel and flalboitsooveretfbv our open polley of insnranoe, nnlesa otherwise expressed in iace of Bill of Lading. t3"0rier tor baggikg, hops -and planta tion SUPPLIES solicited from our jstrons. A gents for the sale of ibe celebrated ' Premium .Tay lor Cotton Gin, " manufactured by Clemens, Brawn & Co.. Columbus, Georgia. - We have sbppltes of various, sues in store, ana win take pleasure in showing them to thote in want of a Gin. Planters wooM do well to call and examine thete Gins before purchasing .lsewbere. We esteem them tbe best Gin websve ever seen in qaaMtles most desirable, -rlz: speed,' ligtit draught and making a superior sample of Cotton. lajH-tm j . FOWi.KKS. aouNT a txj. a. wrnoTPsm & c., ( Svccatort to Potcell 4- Co.,) Cotton Fact3FS AKD NO. 41 UNION STREET, sepl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA. fR. O. C. BOONE, late of LoulJV.He, Ky., haa hzxi V3 IVjL associsted with ns in the Grocery and Ck3 Businfss, listlug from the 1st instant. MASON, NORTEL,- & KOGXSj COTTON EACT0ag9 VJT Ji-V V-X V ,6 'J .aJ lu2 q Commission & Forwarding Mer I No. 10lMain-St., Memphis, TCS5i- BAGGiXG. Rone, Jeans, Lluseys, an J a genera: t3eS Plantation Supplies constantlyon hand. L At. ArrcRso:i....c deloacii....davu A?i. E. M. APPERSON & CO., COTTON FACTORS, Commission & Forwarding Merchants, AKD DEALERS IK B AGGINGjHOPE, GROCERIES, &c. SO. 65 FJIOXT ROW, and 6 JEFFERSOX-ST , MEMPHIS, TENN. PARTICULAR atlentior paid to Storing, Shipping and Selling Cotton. PRATT'S COTTON GINS. WE are Agents for tbe sale of D. PRATT'S celebrated COTTON (IXS hlch have been so fivorably known for tbe last camber of years. Persons wishing to purchase are requested to call and examine them. All Gins are sold under a lull guaranty. raarl5-6m r. M. APPKKisuJ. Jtvu. ft Hollr Springs, Miss., Times; Greneda, Miss., Re publican ; Panola, Miss., Star; Huntsvllle, Ala., Advo cate; Tuscumbia, Ala., Enquirer; Brownsville, 1nn., Journal, copy six months, tnd sendbjjs to this offlce. S. WILDS TEUSOK, D. C. WILLIAMS, i J W. A. BRYAN, ( M. K. BUT AW, Late of Pan4a, Miss. Late ci lAurauge, lean. VERNON, BRIAN & CO. Dtton Factors, Commission ana Forwarding 1VIERCHANTS, No. 6 Front Row, ever Meachnm b Galbralth's, MEMPHIS, TENN. PARTICULAR attention paid to Storing, Shlpplae asd Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per bale. $3" All cotton sent to us wuiws covered ; insurance, unless otherwise Instructed. ana2 WARD LAW HOWARD WM. T. HOWARD. W. HOWARD & CO., 49 Cotton Factors, Commission and t or warding liiercnauis, NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, DEALERS in Bagging, Rope, Twine. Sugar, Coffee, Mo lasses, Rice, Flour, Lard. Bacon, Mackerel, Salt, London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whitky, Vlnefar, Guano, Lime, Land-Piaster, and Groceries generally. A good atock now on band, and for sale at reasonable prices. J-Cash advances made on Cottons In store for sale or shipment. All Cottons insured nnlenotberwise instruct ed. Oar Open Policy of Insurance covers all Cotton con signed to as 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 years past fifty nesta per bale. !ulr20 T P. AVDLETT.. It'ea Orleans. j. c. DononERTV, Memphis. T. P.AYDJLETT & CO., COTTON FACTORS FORWARDINU MERCHANTS, MO. 63 GRAVIER-5T., NETV ORLEANS. DOUGHERTY"; AYDL.ETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 2J FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS, TTTlLL make cash advances on all Cc-tton or other Frp VV dace shirred to T. P. Aydlftt & Co., New Oriins. ocs-ly CUDDY, BROWN '& GO., COTTON FACTORS AKD GENERAL Commission Iflercbants, 36 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. -lASH advances made on all Cotton or other Produce S , . . . r . Y-c v- y coasinea as aoove, oy -n.ii.ci vn . Janll-Cm B. IKEKRILL, COTTON FACTOR AKD COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 5 Monroe Street, "bet. Front Row & Main, (S0U1H SIDE,) Memphis. Tennessee. PARTICULAR attention-paid to sale and shipment of Cotton and other Produce Bagging, Rope and Plantation Supplies furnished at lowest market prices. oc T. B. NORMENT, Cotton Facto.r AKD COMMISSION MERCHANT, JCOSBY & HUNT'S NEW BLOCK, Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row, MEMPHIS, TENN. A LARGE stock cf Bagging and Bops always on hand. O. Julr2-wly Otey W L ParrowaDH O'Halloran John P Parker Wm Parkinsons C IXLIX WALKER, jttSlltCfiS ISAAC SEVILL.... ...A. J. CtRlM3GRAM. NEYIIaTj & CUNNINGHAM, DEALERS IN SLAVES, No. 174 Mala Street, three doors North cf Adams. St WH have thirty- Ave lik'ly Negrods for sale, S? tnd will keep constantly on ha- d a ,gol sup-ri 'H.-plr of likely Negroes, corsl-ting of wen; boy-,? VTr.nd ulrlt. Held baads and home servants all. Pit cl which will b sold on reasonable terms, and fully gu.tr- antied. We will also Board and Sell Negroes, cn ccmmlsslen betas well provided fertbat business. sp2S-dawly B. W. M0RSIES....D. C. WARD J. H. SASKOKEE. MORRISS, WARD & SANNONER, WHOLESALE JLD RETAIL DEALERS IN S'orois; rSo Domestic ID M I'1 G Hats, Caps, Boots, Sliocs, &c, - it 0. 295 MAIN STREET, (One door south of Monroe,) ar 3ni . MKMPHIS, TEKX.. J. B. 8HAEPE, WHOLESALE TOBACCO FACTOR, Uo. 23 Front Sow, MEMPHIS, TENN., EILLS and orders filled with the G'nulne Article at manufacturer's prices. One hundred different brands constantly on nana. mrS- wly WALKER & BROTHERS, No. 79 Front How, MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IS STAPLE AND FANCY W ttoorts, Wools 5 feliocs. ARE Just receiving and rpeulnx a splendid assortment of Spriig and Summer Goods, to which they call the etpectal att'Dti.u of Country Merchants and River Tra ders. Our facilities are such as to compete with any, and to undersell a good many. Tlease call and see. marlO-dSm NELSON & NEWELL, WHOLESALE DEALERS I If TOBACCO, CIGARS, OLD BQUEBON AND RIE WHISKY, aj3, POB . TJESi, 2 3to. MAKtrrACTUnERS OP Domestic Liquors and Rectified Whisky, MAIN STREBT, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF UNION, MEMPHIS, TENN. HAVE in Store . i half pipes Otard, lopuy h Co., Brandies; 2 " Pintt, Caittllon Ce., Brandies: 8 nr. pipes." " - " 6 Henersey, 10 " casks Part Wine; 8 " ' Mad " 4 41 mi o'd Shear Wia; lOabbis. OttEaurben'Whliky;' ' - 60 f " Rie " 200 " Rectified " . 109 cases Glngef Wine; 300 b Is Ale; 300,oe) assorted Ctsrare ; 75 boxes flae Tiraiaia Tobacco. Tegether with a large and varied assortment of scods in oar line, to which the attention of the trade Is respect fully solicited ' apt0-d3m J; P. PRESCOTT & CO , MANUFACTUBER3 OF LAED OIL. 50AP AND CANDLES, Foot of Jefferson Street, . MEMPHIS. TSNN. WE also keep on band COTTON SEED OIL, which we guaranty toaaswer all purposes for which Lard Oil Is used. We have certlnoaUs from competent Judges tothlsiffsct. We can sell it f.n percent cheaper than Lard Oil. a3J-3m O 3Li jf 2 S,! XCT23"- ' and eiiiter it. 2X GOODS. FSIK subscriber lakes ptrasare in aBueanclag to bis i friends and the paUic genera 1. th.t be has Just gray i. hlslare and cs;efuly selected stock or bTAPLE oSvANCT GOODS sti-t'd to tbe Spring ami Summer roDS, which are en saie ww u caau or prumfv pi;ut. etmers. lor tbe laaies Kaaeata, Jiarsaieiie, uren ediBe, Orgs nay, B rage and llnslln Robes; beautiful plain and fancy Poult Lot, organdies. Lawns uersges, Ma!lns, Gingbams and Prints; rich Laoe, Silk, and Embrvl ered Swiss Mantles; sets llcniton, Maltese, Tclnt and Muslin Steeves and Collars ; Bugle, Gimpure, Thread andctb,T LaX8 ; F.lnses, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, Glovos, Ho-kry, Skirts 01 all amas, Laaiea- umoreuas and Parasols, etc. A larg ' lot of Ready Msoe uotnmg, uieios, vasiraerro, Tu. shoes. Hats. Osnaborgs. bleached ana crown Shi line and Sbeetlnjs, Linens, Linen Drills, Cotten- sdeti. and in a word every into in tne ary goons iiik. Country Merchants are offfercd great inducements. CaH and examine my slick. No charge for lowing goods A. C. BLAIR, api-tf as. aiia nn air-, wesi X VACCAJ10& CO., DEALERS IS GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Fruits, &c, NO. 29S MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. oetJl CHANDLER & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, Slain street, nezt door to Odd FeUovss' JIaU, MEMPHIS, TENN. -yt a .tt gt X3ST PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, CnEMICALS, Surgical Instru meats. Fancy Goods, Paints. Oils, Window Glass, Patent and Botanic Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco aad Cigars, granules ana iv ines. S3" Every article sold by us 'warranted as represented, nVWi !. b relnnwl t'r1' ftM Intrfi-t- P. H HEINRTGH & BRO., CONFECTIONERS, 297 JA0:4.XlNr ST3.SET, WHOLESALES ami retail dealers in Fancy and Plain Cnilcs Cakes, FiUits, Fieterves. JjUIcj, etc. We bave fittt c up our fine ICE CREAM SALOON. and are now teady to serve the cooling luxuries to all tbat gtvo ns a ca'l. ruyl2-dtm ICE CREAM SALOONS AKD LADIES RESTAURANT, WHOLESALE Confectionery & Candy Manufactory, Madison Street, between Main and Second. JOSEF XX SPEC-IT, HAVING removed f rem the old stand to his new house, begs leave throngb this medlom to return bis thanks to the citizen, of Memphis and surrounding country for numerous testimonials of their htgh appreciation of his services, and most respectfully solicits a continuance of th'ir kind patronage, assuring th?m tbat his effor s to please will be assiduous at they bare been herelore. Ills adies Restaurant, Is now open, where Meals will be served up at all hours, with the Ve.t lb market can afford, prepared in Ameri can or French strle. Extra dishes for lamilles to order. Particular attention paid In furnishing WEDDINGS, PARTIES, BALLS and D1NNER3. nis Ice Creams and Confections, Recommend themselves. His SodaVTater, Is manufactured br himself In the only porctlalned fcun tain in this city. Peisous may, therefore, indulge in it withou' fear, tbat the acid can have any contact with copper or any other metals. Iailies and. Gentlemen, In bis blandest manner, SPECIIT Invites yon to give 11m a call. P. 3. Wholesale Dealers arc particularly requesttd to come and see for themselves, as his manufactory cannot be excelled. Orders (rota the country promptly attended to. mr23 WORSIIAM HOUSE CONFECTIONERY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Plain and Fancy Candies, Adams Street, under tlie TVor sltam House, KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Green and Dry Fruits, Fruits In their own. Juice, Jellies, Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys ters Pickles, Cordials, Syrnps, fine Wines, Brandies, all kinds Nuts. ke. In connection with this establishment, I have fitted up ICE CREAM SAEOON. For the accommodation of citizens andthcvisitlngpnbllc mjS-dtlieaov S.T. BR1CHETTO. Hands Wanted. . QLT or elgty NEGRO HANDS, ot either sex, wasted JOn.V E. HTDE..... ALEX. MAOAtJLAT. JOHN E. HYDE & CO., Commission & Forwarding Merchants. AOENTS TOR TOE. ' Memphis and Now Orleans Packet Line, AKD Oo . rolr Oo.'s TiirougU Xdne of New Orleans, MOBILE AND ALABAMA ElVSIt PACKETS, No. GO Poydras Street, L NEW OR&EANS, IA. PARTICULAR and persccal attention glTen to tbe For warding of Goods. Refercnca Messrs. MeCombs it Trice. Hancock, mart it firt . T.ivaUette. Bhlrlev Sl fii.. 'J. S. Mnrchv. Esq., Cbaa Potter. Cspt. 0, B. Church, J, J. Rawlisgs, i Moiopbls, Tenn. ' myl4.6ai ' W. S. LA WTON,.. ......C. SL BREAEEH, Fromcrly of Lawtonvllle, S. 0 OfChaSes'ton, S. C. LAWTON & CO., Upland and Sea Island COTTON AND BICE FACTOStJ, Forwarding & Commission Merchants, NO. ZS EAST BAT" AND BOTCB i. CO.'S WHARF, CHARLESTONS C. WILL sell CotUn, Rice, Flour, Wht, Corn, Naval S ores he Having an experience of twenty Hvs years In business, we guarantee sallilsctlon to all "who patronize us. Prompt, personal attention given to the forwarding department. References Hon. R. D. TreviUe, Ex-Lient. Gov.; J. II. Sbepnerd, Esq., of the firm cf Shepherd fc Mc- Craryj Jas. Tapper, Esq., Master in Equity; Hon. W. J. Gray m, Ex-Collector and Ex-M. C-, Charleston, S. C. Rev. II. D. Duncan, Gen. L. M Aytr, Barnwell, S. C. Gov. C. J McDonald, Judge T Stocks, Georgia. K. O. Jsudou, Esq., Dr. R. G. Mays, Florida. Joseph Ramsey, Esq., Tenn. W. J- Davie, Memphis, Tenn. maj3-dly C. N. AVERILL, Receiving, Forwarding and Commission AGE jYT, (SUCCESSOR TO T. STEKHOUSE fc tO.,) NO. 4 HATNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C. REFERENCES John Caldwell, President S. C. R.R., Columbia, S C.J Col. J. A. Whltesides, andH.W. Massengale, Chattanooga, Ttnn ; Ger.;w. Williams Co., Charleston, 8 C; Chss. N. Anderson, General Agent, Nashville, Tenn.; Wm.TajIa. & Co., Montg- ery, Alabama. Particular attention given to the SETTLEMENT of FKEIGtlVS, and for lost and damaged Goods by vessels. apti aiy 1TAWD agency. SAM 'L MATTHEWS & SON, General Agents to Bay, Sell and Locate Zand in the Mississippi Bottom. PARTICULAR attention is paid to the selection of COTTON PLANTATIONS .rm tho Internal Im provement and Chickasaw School Lands. Several years experience enables them to give satisfac tion. Terms easy. Address "Pleasant Mount, Panola county, MIts." ap&-ditw3m LOUISVILLE PAPER MILL C. I. & A. V. DuPONT, MANUFACTURERS OF NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING TAPER, AND DEALERS IN PAPERS OP A1YL KINDS, 477 Main-Street, Louisville, Ky. aec30iawiy ti. riTZOSBALD...CHAS. C. BILL. .J. WOODWORTH. H. FITZGERAL.D & CO., (Successors to Park, Stepson If Co.,) Grocers, Produce BealerSi COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS No. 02 P ront Row, Memphis, AKD JACKSONPORT, ARKANSAS. JulvS-dawly C. r. II. KOLAKD A. S. IITJEY. NOIiAKD & CO., GENERAL AGENTS AKD Coliec iorSn 3.ITTJL.E ROCK, ARK. REFER TO J. Knox Walker, Miles Owen and Capt. Chsrley Church. feb7-Iy D. W. ALEXAKDER ALEXANDER & LANSING, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, N03. 63 AND 65 LOCUST STREET, 3niTTt Louis, Mo. REFERE-XCES J J. Murphy, Memphis ; Cook k Co., Memphis; Barnett &. Walker, " Todd X Goyer, " Charles Potter, " feb5-Cm A. 0. siiiTn....n. r. octiirie....ceo. 1. rowlakd. SMITH, GUTHRIE & CO., Commissio 11 Merchants AKD WHOLESALE GROCERS, DEALERS IK Foreign and. Domestic Liquors, AKD AOESTS FOR THE SALE OF Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco, No. S6t MalnStreel, between Second and Third, JanlJ-ly LOUISVILLE, KT. I C. SI. HARVEY R. B. HARVEY. C. M. HARYEY & CO., -COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS, NO. 120 GRAYTER-ST., NEW ORLEANS. OUR personal attention . jfXSMfaai will be gnen to the Sale or jrfyrf4i4V Forwarling of Goods or J!2a Producii consigned to oar"""1 m 11 ' 1-1 i address. We will eontract Freight on the above tor re-shipment either by sail or steam vessels, at lowest rates. We have had several years experience in our market In the purchasing of Staples and assorted Merchandise. Refer to Cook k Co., J. 0. Giifflng k Bro , Speed k Strange, Hannah U Shanks. Uecl2-ly Room and Accommodation - FOR FIVE HUNDRED STRANGERS AT TOE BAZAAR OF FASHION! NO. 223 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. .- THAT Is to say, room In our Store and Show Rooms np stairs for live hundred strangers, whom we can accommodate with the finest and mo.t fashiimable Bon. nets and Mantillas ; rich Silks and Fancy Dress Goods ; Embroideries, Ribbons, Trimmings, and a'l other fine Fancy Goods which ar usually kept in the most fashion able establishments, which we will dispose of at very moderate prices. Persons visiting Memphis at this in teresting tlracwlll please give ns a call. ,ap30 B. BARIKD3 & CO Just ReceiTed, PER EXPRESS, five hnsdrcd BONNETS, among which tbe NrapoUtaaa and fine Straw Eugenlas; French Chip Bonnets ; Neapolitan, English and Swiss Straw. Also, one hundred Shakrr Hoods, all of which we will sell low. . BARINDS k CO., ap30 No. ?n Main street. Grand Opening OF five hundred new styles MANTILLAS, composing every variety from the cheapest to the most splendid brought on, which we will sell at a very smalt alvance cn cost. E. BARINDS k CO., ap30 223 Main street. DRESS GOODS. OUR stock is now complete, and compri.es an extensive varl-ty of Silk Robes, Organdies, Grenadines aad Barege Robes, cf the richest and latest styles. We call particular attention to this department, as theywere se lected with great care, and having a large stock on hinJ, we will close them ont at very low prices. B. BARINDS k CO., ap30 223 Main street. Embroideries, LACES, TRIMMINGS, PARASOLS, FANS, PERFUMERIES, At tha Bazaar of Fashion. 'ap30 E. BARINDS k CO., 223 Main street. NEW STORE! . jmJE If ST oo k: TUB subscriber wsuld respectfully an nounce to the ladles of Memphis and sur rounding country, that be is now opening a complete fresh stock of PARIS MILL1NERT. f FANCT DRT GOODS. LACES. EMBROID ERIES, ard a general assortment of LADIES FANCT GOODS, which he Is prepared to sell at the very lowest prices, for cash. AU kinds of MILLINERY made to order at the shortest notice. WM. SILBEBBERO, No. 200 Mala street, third door above Lehman's Dry uooas liouse. marzu TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF JAMES MILLSON, formerly of Cindn- C2t, rati, Ohio, would respectf ally announce toSl the citizens of Memphis tbst he has opeced a BLEACHING and PRESSING Establishment on Union street, near DeSoto. where Bonnets. Flats. Gloser and Gents' Hats will be done in the best style tor thote who favor him with their patronage. Also, Bonnets dyed and press tor .(ores, at low prices. Please give him a call, on Union street, near DeSoto. tnau22-3m FOUND, .LL. PAia or plain Gold Spectacles, plck- M3 mniljits XincSs. J. r. BI'ALEXAKDER, Of MISS.; J. T. CHIDEITER,Of Ala. , I. K. K0RWO0D, of Tennessee. l-cAEXAlS5ER & CO. To the Puulic. rpnE Memphis and Charleston Kail road has t bought fit JL to exclude us from the privilege of rejttas oncQni nlbns Tickets in tbeir Cars, although we lure otter til to pay the regular fare along the road for oar thfet agent Ibfy-hive established a poka farce at tbalz Di-p.it al Memphis, to exclude our tlmnibu ses from tbe platform, and compel u to remain in the street. Tbey have pre sumed to pat our ticket agent, and even Mr. McAlexaa-der,e-of our firm, offthe cara thirty ralfes I nun Mem phis, for offering to sell Omniba Tieaet. to passenger s while At the same time they allow Messrs. Patterson Bro.f all the privileges they have denied us. lb view of t heM facts we here enter our arole t against this fool lotnstl.-e, and call cpon (he palMe, n l ejpeoaHr the traveling public, to P'otect ns in our right. We shall continue to have a line of Omnibusses at the Depot on every arrival of the Cars. Tot withstanding we have to keep them in the, streets, the whate piatlof m be log given exclusively to our rivals. Will tbe pabue tolerate this 'unheard ef and nnjn.t mo nopoly ? McAICXDKR k CO. my26-lm To the JPublic MESSRS. FLETCHER. K EBCS1 bsvtLg soM tbeir O nlhuss Line, we take this toe bod cf informing the traelingpubiic that cn the arrival acd departure or all mall and accommodation trains cur Omnibuises will be In rradines s to convey pis-ngtrs to ar.d from Uwte.'s, Depiits and elewhera in the city ef Memphis. When you arrive In the city, call for the Patterson Line, and the Patterson boys to wait on you. Remember the first and regular line establl- he t far he conveyance of tbe pntilic in Memphis. We will ce pleased to wait on you, and thankful for yonr patronage. Omnlbnss OSee at Ibe Memphis aal fhtrleston il rosd Through Ticket Oilier, Commercial Hotel. my!2 dawlra P. M PATTERSON & BRO. J. P. hi 'ALEXAKDER.... .J. T. CHIDESTER. J. X. KOBWOOD. NEW ARRANGEMENT . M'ALEXANDER & CO.'S Omnibus liiiic. AAVING purchseed the Oanlbns Llae for merly owned by F.eteher k Keck, we are eeea 1TP our firm are aH known to the citizecu of the biuff City and the surrounding country. From our experience in public business, we fee eeafl dent that we are qualified to carry ont tbe enterprssa in which we encase. Give us a trial ; we wiH esdea r to please yon. We shall have new omnlbu.es, fine teams, carefal, stea ty drivers and accommodating agents. S3" Office at tbe Geheral Railroad, Stage and Ofamibas Agency, st tbe Worsham House, where tickets mar be procured at all times. rajG 3m MCALEXANDER ft CO. - SIXTY MILES THE SHORTEST AKD BasT 3-.0 '; VIA Mississippi anil Tennessee RAILS OA, TO Grenada and Intt rmediatp Points. J. P. IJIcAEEXANOEK & CO.'S DA1LT LINE OF FOUR HORSE POST COACHES, FROM Memphis to Grenada, in connectioa with the Mississippi and TeoMsee RaUraai. a distance at eae hundred and five miles fifty m'les railroad, and bat one chaage or bsgsaa. Time through, thirteen bears. N(w Coat h s. fine teams and carefal drivers, and time and money saved no mistake. 3" Fur Tickets, and all dea red inloraMtiea, appiy ta our agent, at the General Railroad, Stage and Omnibus Office, at tbe Warsham Honse. my-3ai -J. P McALBXANDSR it CO. TRAVELING PUBLIC JLOOK TO YOUR INTEREST. THROUGH TICKETS FARE REDUCED TO GRENADA , TO CARKOILTeX.... to black hawk... to lexington to canton via: $6 60. . 9 eo. 10 M. . 1-2 GO. . is ue. HE Memphis and Charleston and Mississippi Central Railroads, CONNECTING south of Holly Springs, at tbe Talla- baUhit river, wMh the DA1LT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE to Nw Orleans, via Jackson, MUs., the cteapeat, most pleasant and quickest roate ta the above-aaastd points. Least staglrg and tbe best road. The ears will soon be at Oxford, still sberte lag this mate. Travelers will look to tlx ir comfort aad poskets. A word to th wise is sufficient. 23- Far TicketO inrorawtioa apply ta SIMS & CO.'J Agents, at the Railroad, Si age and Osanibes Ticket Of flee. Commercial Hotel nn lvl3-rt'f plantation uplits, (bit A. S. HAKCOCS... Late Williausoa & Hancock. .R a. CL.MHC....9EO TV. TROVBR. Late Aydktt &. Late f Some ffle. Ce. HANCOCK, CLARK & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers, DEALERS IK BAGGING, ROPE, BACON, LARD, PORK, FLOUR, AKD ,vn lci.9 or 2P ocico, -NO. IS FROXT BOW, MEMPHIS, KS.V. fthJ IAn BBLS. Mtss Pork, received tola day aad for sale U U by ' HANCOCK, CLARE & CO. mylS C A CASES Clear Side Bscoa. Far sale by myI9 nAXCOSK, CLARK h. CO. 600bBy BOXES H and X boxes Star CaaV Far sale HAXCOOZ, CLARE, i CO. myts OAA BAGS. No. I Rie Caffev. Fa sale hy OUU myl9 HANCOCK. 0LAKK k CO. 300 BBLS. Flour. mi!9 For aaVa by HANCOCK. CLARE: k CO. 50 B0XB3 Starch ; 60 " Champagne CUer ; 30 " Tarpeaiiae S. apj Pickles, Catsaps. Spice, Pepper, Tobacco and Cigars. For saleby myl9 HANCOCK CLtBK k 00. Coffee. Ififi BAGSRto.Coflee.Jnst received aad for sake low tb tiadeby . tHJUlilifcU.il aAVULMT, No. SS Frsnt Raw. apl5 Sugar, Sufrar. OK-nnD3. Saar,o3t received asd ar sale lew I tstj the trade, by DOUGHER ATDLETT, 'Si J3 Frost R,w. aplS . Sundries. O er BOXES assorted Pickles 5 AO 23 boxes fine old C, Brandy ; 25 boxes Table Salt; Jo't received and fjr sale low to the trade ty ' DOUGnHRTT & ATDLBtT, apis 3i.j3 rrooi row. (Succks'o to WilticiAim y Ileiiccck,) GROCER C0iSSI0l1ERGnMT, liiroRTER or FINE WINES, BRANDIES, Havana Cigars &c. NO. 19 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS. Jsiyi - Eeceived this Day, rrflBBLSMess Pott; ej Um tess 'So. 1 Leaf Lard; 25 tierces Sugar-Cured Sams; 20 kegs Shot, assorted sizes;- . 100 tils Whisky. An rtf vfilrii w vttl ..11 rbo.n Sar ralh at Na. 9 Front Bow. Memphis. . i juyi , a. c,wii,i,njun. . GROCERIES, &c. . mHE subscribers keen on hand the following articles, X which they warrant to be ot first quality, and for sale low for cash ; - Wheat Fans and Threshers ; , . B. Carver k Co.'s Improved Cotton Gins f Wagons, Nerthern and Southern manufacture; Bacon, hog-round; Flour, Salt.'Whlsky and Tobacco; ' Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses ; Candles, Powder, Shot and Lead; Brandies and Wines, superior article; Lime. Cement sad Plaster Paris; Together with a general assortment of all articles usu ally kept la a G nicety store. G WYNNE k GIBSON, ' julyl No. 1 and 2 Exchan BoikHcg. Just Keceired. 1 Kf BBLS Extra and S. F: Flour; A J U 35 casks Bacon Sides, Hams and Shoulders ; 150. bbls. and half bbls H.rrls' XX Als; . 60 casks quarts and pint L-ndon Palter; 160 this. Dexter's asd Ficken's Whisky ; 101 dozen Hostetter's Stomach Bitters 60 baskets Piper HeUsleck Champagne; 25 bbls. Mackerels ; 60 lt Mackerel; . 100 dozen Cove Oysters; 60 boxes Pieties ; 60 gross Garrett's Snufi. In bottles and papers.; ISO boxes Star Can Jles; "6 boxes Virginia Tobacco 25. boxes Lemon Syrup; 25 b xes Smoking Tobacco 6 boxes Pie Fruit; 25 doz Brooms; . 25 boxes Soda Crackers ; tS bbls Pic-Nic dickers , 60 Cozen Wash Boards i 60 boxes Starch ; 60 Coils Manilla Bone, all sites. ALSO: Sorsr. Coffee, Tes. Molasses, Lemons. Figs. Raisins. Almonds, Pecans, Filberts, Xng. Walnuts, Sardines. &c, rorsa:ey J. r". riu.-ta, myl7 No. 35 Fiant Bow, 1 r-v!Ti tWiuii 'urers. "the best In the world", " at from $230 to $500. Giv us a call, for we are determined to seU. as we want money to ant Rcw Cransjpfortafioit. SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM PHIS TO ATEANTIC CITIES. iiy luiaVOi Ci'om faivo ! To CMcago Virtct m Sixteen Hours, leithovt Break cfCuageor Chang ef Cart or Baggage. BRANCH FROM CENTS t'LIA 13 NOW FINISHED, Thue saorteatBfthe ttmttosixteethears ta Cbtcso. AT Chleasss, buaaacti" with Michigan Central Oars Jinli liMwuue lvt, Nr Detroit, Niagara Falls, Ruchester, Aibaay, New fust, Bostsa, arid all EyaterB aad Atlantie' CKis Only two Chang? cf.Cara from Oairo w Xtasjara, and thr fmia' Cairo- to ARaay, aad fear from Cairo to New Turk. Time Iroai Cairo ta Xew Talk, ftirty-Btnaboais. Fare as iassandcoauori great er, than by any other roate, PBgtss-i&rut:gb are nor smteteu to tae delays consequent t tbe tmeeat changes by eaort leooe of EaUrU tbrfitush IadiaBaaad uoio, to aw tus; ana Aorta. Ascaaaectiag at Chirato .with Michigan Scut hern Tra:ias lot OVvdaad. Hkirk, aad the Baat, with Lake Shr- RsUraal a-Kt Steasaers far Ractae, Milwaakee, Shu. .au, it, aad wMh a'ssiss Line ef First Class Slta&itrs for Smalt S4 Massa, Aake SaperiMr, Cailiac wood. Tajtucu, tic "iuu le Cairo Every Me tor. aad Even tog as fel lows x 66 A.M., Chicago and DaaMth Exaiass, Sea lays excepted. This Train coaaects at C&leafO with Xcw Tork IJght niag Bxpresa, orer Miefaigaa Oratral, Gftat Western and Xew i'ork CMnl ? reads . tasvaghlsiiMrtyHMe hears. This Traia also foimicl ' at aval with Osio aad MuwueiBpt Raairosd lev St. Loau aad Viaceaees; at Pana, walk tVaens u the ra Hhute, Altui rul St. Lo4riRaflraa. tor Issslaaapetle, Ls valle aad Oiocls oatl; atDeeitar, wish Main Llae Kxpras a SVc Oaiena Dunleilhi the latter ouaasimg with Traana to apring ficid. Nap-tea, Rock Island. Burlaiigioa ana Quiney. C:10 p. m., Mt-w Tork K re- s, satvrdays excepted. Stoaatec uaty sraaartaat Statiecs, except oa Stgnal, rocectiaK sh Mbbc Day Itepr fa-a Decatur t Dunkith, and arrlvlBff at Chicagu at 2 r . St. Pasiger for the Upper MsMueinat, wiU gad at Das Wtb, steamers vt -. it Danlelta and MiauacMita Paeket OuBipai:y, r-idv to leave ou the arrival at either Cairo Train sar Ls Ciomc. Rdlwing, St. Paal, &c. Paaseageza tor Jaawvnie, and uratrai and Jtastera Wlsooasia, con aeetat Freeport with Traias to Belort asd JaeesvaV, and f sssa thsace to Madlsea sad Oeatral and. Baste Wls- The Maptraad Charts IndtcaUng the Great Centra! Roate tethe'North and East are an exact traaaertptof Col tun' s Maof tbe Ualtr4 Statea, aad passengers are resaessed to amtae thts rate asweri as the rvtaiBg Usne.eaMs ot use cotweclliag Heads, and jadsja ier them setvea as Co lhecorractaeo( rhe above ataienen ts. Tb opening of the Illinois Central Ratrroad from Cairo to Chicago, aad ttus formaos: a eedy aad direct raassas of ce atu aieatiea hetw-ee a the Upper Lakes aad Rival, aad the LuwerMiMtWaippi, arhi la tue pueaaare travaltr. b wen as the business mac, attractions and facHttien fe-r Hachlng the North and Bast, wnlch sarpass those ot any other roate whatever. The accemm,MBs fur nished by the Oimpaay lor the ceoven sauce of tbe trav ekttg public, the permaaency of I IV road and structure, the streisgth aad alea-snee ot the Bagtn aad Cars, cam mead tbetateivM ! Ihme wha 4cm la traveling speed, ceaaarf a aat. Stats rucnts secaied oa all payktls, TtCKKTS GOOD FOR OXX YRAR, with the pnvtlege f aayiaff ott at ally paint, caa be had at Memphis, No. 15 Jelfcrsafi street. WILLIAM MORIX, AntBt, mrt 6ji Memphis. Tenn. is3T. sotj 2:3S3E irar FREIGHT LINES. throtjge:. ratbs op freight rsox XI) TUSCUMBIA AND MEMPHIS, BT New Tork and Pkuadelftua SteantsaipLiaes, CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH. FIRST CLAM Ttaaa Persas, ' TO Bocks, sutwstery, Basea, Shoes, TutcsesMz. ilempkfs. Liqaors, Oils, kc , In eottlas ; CaBphhw aad SpirttaTavpeaftae in barrcs; Caraetiagv Ghaaa, -Glass and Gtoaswaee, Cigais, sa cms; Clock-. CaafecHBssirisa. Col ton Carrs, DrT'ioods ta box- ' ' ' ea aaii bale. ; Drass, Praia. PtK T'x- an 1 Shrathery, Pars, Bar- . :n Seeds Locking Glmis, sad Leaking Glu-s Putei, (at owaer's n.k I Oystr in caa aad Jars. faM.eiy. T a aasl TliahiasaWi 11 , aw tw, Taas aud aBiees, per tat) aas... .$243 ;$2 30 SKCOND CLASA. Hardwas, eserpt .ach a spe.iaed ia Third Class, CoSSSe Matts, Maabiaevy, Porriga Uncaaa ta hsrress aad aip, Tbbaooa ia boa as, LraSher in roll, and b"X-s, Oils ia barra-a 't 1. Crock ry aad Qae a- 1 ware ia 'rates aad (ark, Rice, WhitikS 1'ia.ier, sheet Mass ani Copper, par IBS lbs THIRD CLASS xe. Shov es Spade, ta- Iresas, ZiM aad Ttaia sacs. Tan ptatev AavUs, Vices. of Caaiaa aidjaaai Maattla sad Catloa CorV, Caf fee, k-avCttBgs MSI fJeirlDav Oarrhe SarsBs aad Axes. Batf saad WsseaM sad AaetS.Gswtrs ad I St i se Ptk. at-d Rmib in barrels, par 1 tt 1 15 3' SPRCIAL RATBS Boar Hat. '... Faiailu e and Carriagi WxeO. aad etbar LcMaitidrs aj(Ba- . rae t-d; alee, rasters af Ae- ' tdsarataarChsaalsala, wsa ., rtianred actoal wright, hat at (iocWePant Claasmss, per MO lb t W Tbe above rats ever all eipraa feat New Tork aed PhilasVsphU W .MemaSiai laSTasasptti. Na Osmmis siass, Drav. se vt Whariace chargtd tt eitbsr Charleston or Cavaaa.h. - X3 :- ta a'l ststlWM tha MBMPHIS AD CIlARLKSTON BOAD are rntitsM u through rates ; all petats Rat . t TaacussM wist he eharaed Tujcumbta rates, aad a!, poiat West af la cumbta. Memphis rates. DIRUCTIO.NS FOR. 5IIIPI'I.G:. Gaods by Savanna li ssvnM be can- iaiv-il to Agent Cen tral Rli, aad Packages saarkeit "Care Agent C. R. R., Savaanah. a." . Good, r Charesta st iM ha caaetsmfti t Agrrt South Ca oUSM Railroad, aad Packases marked '-Care Af.l s. C R ,R.. Charlestcn, S. 0." X3T Have every Package plataly marked, with asate of "inaUrne-. tksiinaiion. and litnot of detivety. At tetitloa to this matter en-on s a sp- ray deltniy ly pre vaattsgdelayoand iconsixnsBS4n, THROUGH KAT&S I'liMl CIIAULE5TON AMJSAVAV.K.VII. Pe-aoas ShipBti( by Salt Yrereu ir Prooeilws frosa Baltimore, N-w Tork, BttB aad Fb lalphia wBl r- i the fail s-aefit of cntra- ta made with sh vesete, ard by cuiak:g their too la the Ms of theaSawh Careaaaa RallrtMd at Chart .too cr C-airl RaB'Sftd at Saraanah tay"wHi he levwardSal res of cemmusitms at the taAiwuig ratit ; to i anc awasus. n Mewums. First Ctets Par Md aha., jaijaahsg Hat .. 38 91 55 Secwtd Otass Per 19 l I- tie 1 3t Third Cast Per I0ppTls ...... S7 1 09 Stveial Bates For light afted. per bsjaotM poona..... s ts 3 m Steamers are xrae I!r bafaae day at tcker than Prapei- tsrs, and trotu twa tn rtiiic day qcr thin SaKtsg Vesa frosa New Tark aad maMphla. aad s-ther Kast'rn ports to Charleston ant Savannas. Aad where a few daws Mm Is not an hteet. tram tweatyta forty cents 1 er hundred pounds can ba saved by shipping on the latter class ot vessel OdARLBS W. ANDERSON. Jn-lv Pen-ral Arent fn- th- Sonthwest. iniltoj Materials J.WELLXH ..........J. S. EB.WIK. TVELER Sc. ERW2N, MempHis Factory AND LUMBER YARD, Overtoil street, ntartlie Memphis and Ohio Depot, TrBBP for sale aad sake to- order Doors, Bilads. Sash, IV Mantles. rase. Mouldings ana everythiBg'lK that iww, at the bet ataterlvis aad workm snshrp. They are also prepared ta da all kinds sawing ana inaning sar tbe trade, and to erect bat'dtnes of every description; ta .helve and fit ap stores, aad other hilhug. HavioK proeared solUb;.- macbiiv-ry they v ill soon be esaMed to raMafrare PACsTING BOXB8 of aH kinds, cbeaaer aad better than r biifure made in the city. Saiacies, wane rice ana iaer bib ivr c, icm w and itastieated. J Orders Irs the count r promptly attended ta. ajT3-rswly C. B. MOOR X. .J. nALSTEAD. ....R BAKES, STAR PLANING MILL, Door, Sasli and Bhad Manmactory, AKD SECOND STREET, SOUTH OEUNION, r 31CMPIIIS, TENN. FLOORING, Weatherboards. Doors, Ssh, Blinds, Door and WlBifew Fr--s snd Casings, Mantles, Mould- lags, Os ice. C-iliog, Lattl e Work, Baseboards, Turn ing, scroll worx. anetving, nuxrs, aic., sou every ue- scrlptlsaof Building Material, dressed ana nacres sea, sUajs on hand aad male to order. JtUUHJJ. U ALSTKAU CC W. N. B. The highest cash price paid for all kind, of Lumber. myt-iy V mi. 7o 9 S -utiiIi). f I HAVE th largest assortment of Lumber en hand I have eve roSered, consisting in part f Seasoned Cy press and Poplar, i, 1, 17s andSlnches wide and dear; Sl" and 6x10 ; Jolce 2xS. 2x3, 2x10 and 2x12 ; Scant Unr;2xt, 2x3,2x0,3x4, 4x1, and 4x6; Weatherboa: , Sheejlns, Shingles and wainat Lumoer on nana ; aisoa large lot of dressed Yellow -Pine Flooring and rough Pop lar FloorlBSf. Red Cedar Posts of all sizes. Yard on BattureSouth side ot Centre Landldg. Jnnl6-dtwawlv M. B. COCHRAN. JR. 33 TA O -7- -e Is r . OP THE NEW OKUG STORE. n WK take plMsure In informing the citizens cf dtvt if rainMi ami the trahlic etn sliy that we have re- 5? moved om- stock cf Drugs to the'eorner ot Main and- p union streets, and win take pleasure in. accon o dauusall who may favoi us with scan. "If sr ate alsoln reoeiat f a full an tvetfres h and gen uine Drugs, Chemicals. Paints, Oils, Perfn'nery, J.C. Particular attention 1 paia to ruling or iscripuw all hours of day and sight. dec3l-tx R. JOrXSS k CO. 1 lunll -ditwlw 'T, BBLS. snd X bbls. Molasses ; - . r. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN- RAILEdAD 0 PEW from Junclkm-with :mahi aal Chariest i lUUroadto Msc-. 18 s mile. North of RHvd eMven mle So tub ex Jackton. Tenn. PASSXGsRAND MAIL TRAIX leaves G'sad Jone liou daily at 10 a. M , or on arrival of ratea. nail train from. Memphis, coenseUtK at Mstfon whh WrrT's line afCaacheslor Nashville rtVtJark.00 and Huatiog ten, aciby way er-Lejingt , Oitftan, WayBesbort?. Moan t PPaaint, and from -pring flu Ly jfc Tennessee aad AJjban.1- Railroad. Rein rami, h-aves Medos at 1:30 p. sr., connecting at Grand Jarctioa with even ins- nail tntn tntK 1. v.. - arrlvlcattJ. apI5 R. P. NEELT. Sep't. MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE 3fiI? - BAILEOAD iJowOptitoSarciB. T o Daily .Praina each Way, (SONDATS EXCEPTED) k FROM Snd after WEDXISDAT. Mch 2S. ISST tha MAIL TRAIJileave? Memphis dally, at T: 16 a' yt ' arrtviBgfiilSardisaLJQcOSA. ata- V ' , Retaraine. leaves Sardis at loii. rVT BTIrl aala -. Memphis at 1 p. sr. , Thi Train connects at Sardis with Xeaars. J P MeAI exatder k Oe.'s D-ily Line or first easTost Coaches for Paaola, Greaada, Canssn, Jackson ahd Vtckabarg Ta ACCOMMODATION aad PRSaptlT TRAIN lea a -Sardasata Aarrivingat Memebls at-40 a m ,'""D.':,M 2fibs at 2:30 p m , and arrives at Sardls at 7 30 p M ...j Paaseegers are reaaastfd to mm base ti-v ea teriaag t be arar and save aasraeat f extra rare. nsws- awa u au saaiMBs es the Raittaad. and sa baggage will be received without bring tetM Baeh paseesgerwtllJbe aBewtUOposdsaf b.tgrra br Trill 1 -roaarBBdsbyHa,. ha, w r53?s Ttecat rilasbsrgagettis sot iactden t to the person ef the paaaeugets. . Ia case af lees, the Caatpary wfsjheM iheiver. sponsiliereraname4tntBtxseedjna;a60 ' sCJ"Negie, whaa traveissKaJasse, mast bav a o dt' aaratsg tbe .ttn ta which tbeyre to zM .ZStrWt tbst lhsrar. to travH by BaWl. ar theyTeVfc "" B.M.PATKICK. S? .. a SaaerfnteBdear. S3-Eaieand Enquirer, Iforaiac; Bxpress, Heraasdo paper., Grenada papers, aad the Miasitstppiaa at Jack son, eoay, aod discootiaae torsaer a.1 iUSchmiu. GHMz 1 MO U i3 to Tnr EAST AND NORTH. MEMPHIS AKD CHARLESTON MMMiiiiil M c I Sj M O m M COMPLETED. RAILROAD coaaeet.DSH direct from MEMFHI3 to N-w Tork Phuadeiphu, Baltimore, Wasamgtaa Ciy BiebmoDd, Charlenoa and Savaaaah THBOCGQ TICKETS sold to ta fwtowiag points Xaihville, Chittanuug.. XbgosU, Cbarimtoe, Wthnlncl ton, Atiaata, Moatguaery, CoraBtsas, Gi., Maedn and Savan&as). TIIUOCGU TO XASUVH IX SaKOUBJS, Tbro"h Ti&et OOce at tha CaaSBwrcmi Hwl Msta pbn. T-bb., P. M. PAITBBaON, ABSM. -Ttck ts always good. Par as low as by any other Srst-caesT f ecte. FsrPasetisArs.aiiwrUia ahw apevu ta EAST ERN and ATLANTIC CTTIB -, uaTarMeee, la ert .ad ety-dtrct aBdexaeatitoBs.Wfsh saantsiitfii sate Passtug ihesnth stave triritory. perfect seesrliy hi tflertj for-tbe oonveyaoc- of servants. v F-r FRRMS HT from Xew Terk, and other Baster n dries, hy s earners tc Charirstoaar Savausah, asd railway di rect P Mesaphts. The an eat ion or Seat hers aad Western Merchants ia .sailed to this route, bis as cheap, and see exaedi'ion, than any i.t her The ABAMb stXPRBSS OOMPANT U new in coczee tisaw.th this line. Tae.THROrKMAIL TRAIN lea s Memphis DAILT. at ftStVatalsek A. SI., aMneataas wish Eastward and Westward tnias an the Xashviiie and CbatlaaCA BaU raad, at Stevens , same day. AUo cwnnata at Grasd Janctaaa with the Mlaaia OtBtral Rafflroaa to Holly Springs, Grecv.-i, CaT tess. JaCksw, i.. Sue Alsecaoaects at Stand Janet Stats wish Tsaaas see Central Rattread to Rtdivar, aad Jacks. Abaciiaaaal. at 9tcaataa wash Tri-Weekar Line of Coaeae to Bipley, Poatotoc, Aberdaen aad CaiBmhss. Htsslssippi- Th- ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Memphis DA1LT texorpt San days) at 2:4a p. sr., tar JaaetiaB wuh the iIH"tspl Seatral aHd Ttaaissts Central Ratroads SsstervUss aad iatarmelUte Station s. Baggage checked to all s tattoos oa the RaBread, and no Baa ge wsM be received without hesag taecked. Eachvseaaarwia he aDewi ad sev ly-4 paaads ef basyaie by Railroad, and sixty paoad by Stave ; hat no artfcse well be earned as baagafa that is Bet iaeMtnt to the perboa ot the passenger. In case f loss the Com pany wW held tbemietves respanstht lor aa amount not .fxtwedtac SIW. Pass s s are requested to porehase Tickets before n tersag th carsaad aav pijanat of extra Jan. Nases, wbea trave imgae,Biastha apera lit, na raeagasstpetet te- which they are ta oa, aadsaeeiryiae that they are to travel by raBssad. or th wall natbe sarried. N ticket will be sasd them, aar win thay be re ceivaa asi the s, unless their oner ar a t b present ar kaown to the I kket A gen t aad Coadattur, or othr pars to root h for g ataaaus t penaK. B. ATBBS, SaperintasaftBt at Traasaor tatian, sa3I Mesphta. Tenn. ForDaStimore, lVashington, New York, Philadelphia, &c. Direct Througli Lino for the East I Baltimore and Ohio RAILROAD. Tills itoat runs rrom waeeitmc to Beltimo , (379 miles,) and to Wahin?ton, I WO nulesj and imtta.it tbe full- st advantage both as a freight auj passenger line. It reus through wild and romantic rest a f th Allegheny s ; and being solidly consiracted, compietety eiuirped and carefalty managed, is oeeof the most at- trai-'ttvc and sasest Maairuaiu ia tae bnittd Statu Tbe Central Ohio Railroad, fro Columbus and Zanesviile to Wheeling, BBitesthts read wHh aHpertioas of the West aad Sntbwcst. The oklt Throcoh ticssts tost Memphis, LetrnviL aad St. Lotus i the Natiokal Me tbopolis, are ssid by this road, which rasa direct ta Washlasrt witheal thedetay at paastas; thn gh BUti-. store. It ia also theooiriUM by which baggaja aa bs caecked to Waatu ton from the Ohio river. 23rBj th aiAiL route from Memphis, tak. the maa steaium, nmaing daily for Loul.vtUe, CMtaectlog there with stall steanaers or Jetls oaville Raft ad tor Cincin nati, wbliw they arrive w as to nsnnect with th cars of Little Miami Railroad for CaiBmhus, eeasaissg then with Owllral Oate Railroad, the fh Newaik and Zaae. ville. ta Whtwiing. By th axpi.'aa trim uf thts root, the thne from Cincinnati ta Baltimere aad ta Was blag to i la leas thaa 9T hear. -Be sun to ask for Uekats by theBalthBs aad Ohio Radread Boote-. sPaaiaers from Kvmphss asiag East through St . Loata, can buy Throat h Ticket hy the Raltiaaore and Ohio RaBread. Thisreate lay tbroafh Vlaes ones, Terra Haate, Indianapolis, etc., to Wbeim, over the new Ohio and Mississippi and coCBaecUeg Roads. These eoanectiont are aH l!r4, aad th tins fsasa St. Laais to BalUsaors or Waahlngtoa I but about 43 hoars. Through Tickeis by thts route may be had af the Ages t, under the Plan ter's House, at th ssitwlBg rates: FzamSt.LoBas ta BaRiaaore Mt to WashingUn $SS. At WbeeShv the passcBger takes the superJer ears of the Baltimore and Obi Railroad, which stave three times daily for BaHiBac Warhtagtas, PhUadMphia. aad New Tork. Through la 16 at IT hears, jadaittng stoppages. For safety, speed, regularity, heaaty ot the country, and gaera I cosasort, this read is secead to Bene in the Union. FREIGHTS. This company possesses the targest equipment of any RaOread to the United States, and is prepared to do an Immense business ia traa portation. The road makes imsarduto coaacctioB at tbe wharves and in the streets t Battimere with the Railroad ta Philadel phia and New Tork, ateasiers f Encssoa and Balti boss Steamship Liaes, hy Canal aad Sea to New Tork, aad hy new Mere haats' and Misers' Lisa ts Boston, stoaaie to Norfolk, Chariest, Savannah, &c Per partlcBlars, see frelsht tartsT, cepte af which may be had af the FerwardtBg Houses ta the West, er ef J. B. Foso. Receiving aad Fonr anting Agent at Wheeling. WM. 8. WOOD8ID2, Master of TranspertaUea, Baltirao THROUGH TICKETS, a lewing th heMers to stop at any point, and resume tbeir seats at pfeaaurr, may b panh- I at tbe Company's Office. No. IS, Jefferson street. 3 aoors Kast si ine uomm-rciai noiei. Memphis. jBn2o-lr w. JtllRIN. Agent (Sarriafle lUpnsitorics Carriage Factory. THE nndersfgaed have opened a Carnage Factory cn Second street, between Washington, and Adams streets, when they are prepared to Manufacture aad Re pair CarTlases atthe shortest notice. AIT work dons by ibeux will be guarantied, and a shan cf public patronaga sollcited. Jac3-ly L. S. BTXRR k CO. GREAT. SOUTHWESTERN CARRIAGE EMPORIUM' J. M. ISELL & CO, jr sf? V7 THIS extensive estaDiunment couiinnes XPWSVattbeotd stand on Uniea !. hetrasB Main and Second, where maybe- found a very fine assortment of Carnages, Bug gies Rockaways. &c.,ot their own manufactnrc They take this method of returning thanks for past favors, and invite those wishing to buy to examine their .lock before purchasing elsewhere. apI7 ly J & A. WOODRUFF, CARRIAGE. REPOSITORY, Nos. 3 & 4 Exchange Bnudings, MEMPHIS, TEXN. CONSTANTLT on hand a large assort ment of CARRIAGES, fnm the bilt maanfactarlea. In the United States. Carriages built to order sxd work fully guarantied. All kinds of Bepalrlng done wth neaUwcs and dlspstch by ap30 6nx J. & A WOODRPTF. Choice Irish Potatoes. 120 SACK3 tor ' octse B. MUDSILL, No. 5 X ta ttrv ?s,v- For particulars, tttnn ber f rocnv, ke . apply to A, MOORIXXsi,, Macos,ot to me at sty resWewe?, tSre iV " 1 TFT f r YlaTB t;. tv hbntmk.