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Y APPEAL DAlLi ME .ji iii.iiiini.il iwi I Ti. M & ft - I -V. M'CLANAHAN, TROUSDALE & MLL. MEJVIPHIS, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1858. VOLUME IX. NUMBER 189. PCAUSKBD BaILT. TBI WKMXT ASl WEBKLT. .3- a. JiCt-JCAHAS .''.LHKIUI TBOMDaAE. iirsfAais r. mix. Under tbe style - TS.0B5DALE & DILL, oa, OTHlB- MCLAsALUK To VbW iu Ltttebs e Eoeisra, WISE. SHOULD BE IH8ECTXD. trice of suutoitirrioN - .... 5 60 S 60 Di. r, ie x)Tn, per twa Tn-Wekly, a-ii Duty ttfiLutuwi -c betwseWered " ,Bd p. bit tf-yrky laadvsaee .. an 1 tiddly CS the foresees te BS-eV. attty B ' l.- ed to Professional fcBs t inmf rtfT.f5MAN. aun-r4 Z? " KA-XUM & ttAlLSTOjr, . -jivmu uw adtcllsrs ta Okucnr, rrtl"rs Of t-"d J1 PctO.K Bad uCj Omm eat Jegoc treet, tepex in 0 DR. T. A. MKANS, ynCB uver River SOI, eenrer aoft-iy H. H. SI. Ij HEDFOKD, Attoraoys a.t s-.--- NEXPHli, TENSBSSSS , tpi.'X .atk H4e Onrt street, first door weslef O xLu LTtn pr tea. .ort.M th. HWb CvM-ll the S-r-r n.0 a-d FeSs Caort. st Jrken Piwapt B'teeoB lb. .l!rt,jn ot dlUU ID Wi t MBH-K ll ,or.n THE DAILY APPEAL. T0ESDAY . OCTOBER 26, 1858. Drs. Brock & Spiegel rT cl .TtuSrtJa sf l"UHi to the B.nrs c-. ..rh... sd are Btln U Mcsapktf. TJ "eps, Liver, inn By, vsrletv DR- P. . BBOCr r v tbt Krtfc SMtli Asntaa ", r -3.-t rf '."""'IVJpi . i tw,,mMBlt-wlfof 0TTf.lkn ' " J T ;i fatff JtoT-1w-1t TP KK -?r AT Mpbta. TJ'1Sle2fl5r. S- 51- T. WEBB, Tjl1431 0 mcs crow J.l i'"1 R,Tr Bwk. .1. r. pixeir. nAii'j coit ar-riTT fe TIS50K 1 TTORKETR AT LAW AND SOLICITOR? IK OHAK a f!M u u. - wilt m a u4r arafes -a j-.t..w - teB win nr& wrti Mwns' -uriMinlOHitiX Ict-ca. Prp! 'teo- it urs ;wi h. eKLA!n n!5ef . -t.nvm iruv. IJtlH tad Th 7iTTflMiiil.il Jl SrlM. l H h"a tI t x 14HS1H. Ijwt. BHl. Tra- k. Tar f.Hsre a- c. riunW4R ..ft ibmui riugtH & Yercer, At I. IT. KSMPBia. TH" n Rir(t. - Hurt MR. T. T. FEITOX. bnx cr.SSEOT. Jl I AT U.W Oa-e rr SaM Bk BW- K. CKEIGHTOX'S offios BOtras i? ttndinE Diseases of the gKrrmSMtt A K ; Ft - MkMd kM u ir " qs. TfTOS. TATE. rFrEllS kl. wttIom U brtttmfo( 3 ct-p t To llie Attliclcd. DR. J. WILSON, Of London, turopc, Wi TVBtmmra tk tekaMtasM t MeopWt. 1 r rrsDtM cwwUr. IMktku Ukc itai , X . 331 Mn tr. GiW EMlf., ut f)noi ts! caaaieatHar f tk ew l WfkltB, .-I'Ftrr at fmitt BH Akw, ,i -r- Luw, I lm rte, mil die of Ike Eje eri 2- Tk IMk'. kmc experttBC. W Lcwleo ad Fri u-4 o'i citH It Barope. wkM Ua to rr f'.Ti J-in -rf to M.! re'kkt rarr. .lMffV-3i t. i..ae ..rip ap.UK faith of the t- riiHKB ...... AXIS NEW MARBLE WORKS PIS HSR, AMIS & CO., (Soctmiori to A U4) 1,1,4, A) rtrfrt. lwl HaU ' w4 KKurris. TSXX, HATE cm bu toe in HMD t 1 1 Hn BdAmer- V ikto. XoraseM B Tak. H-4 LATEST ASD MOST APPROVED STYLES, . crlioM rot u. k uM kr W ertmHlst -ir- v ,rtk r rretk. A kta M Me bb Stooe wok 4 rJU S. l e .k "?r-t 185 Miin Street, t NDER THE WORSHAM HOUSE. R AS Ik kieonre U bm, CCWs. U- Mtc, tkt k k noirjr tekT JEWELRY, tbe Wert patterss HIES15SIPPI nrws. Sad CAsnALTT. We learn from the PiUa bore' hitpendnt lht, on the 9 Inst., John Cai-Hocn, eon of Mr. T. Ai MtTCHELjof tha't'J place, fell free a tree and was killed. He died the day after the accident occurred. Marshall Codstt Faib. The first Agri cultural Fair ererheld In Marshall ceuaty, will take place duriBg the present week at HeHy. Sprisgs. It commeoces ob Wedatsday. t,x teasivt preparations have been made for it. Hoixt SraiKcs Cottoh Mastet. Since Mee4ay last our tnerehants have bought sev eral hundred bales of cotton, at prices raspinc from 10i to 101 centB per pooed. Our public square Is crowded dally who wkoob with oar great sUpIe, And if but cotton buyer s continue to pive as liberal prices for xotton throughout tbe season, we mar "Pf" to ee thousands of bales Bold bre. Wy Spmgi BeraU, 2Zd ittl. The High Coobt The High Court of Er rors and Appeals dj.trned yesterday to meet again on tbe scod Monday lo Isovember. Chief Justice Saith beis suddenly called away by sickness of bis relatives In Wilkinson county, tbe adjworaeat waa mAt. a r quest of members of tbe Bar wbo desired their Muses to be tried before a full bench. Jefco EegU. Slit te(- MeMBESS or THE LXOIBLATUBE TO FltL Vacancies J h Tooapson has been elected te tbe State SetWte from LMH bq J. S. Holt,froaialcriez;j. r. ocaies. ireai Carroll; M. E. Grey, from amtiaj u. u.rmrin frssi JiHier. and J. L. Uill, from Cbicbaeaw, have all been elected to the House. C0MM4MENTABT TI JOCICIAL OtFICEM. A correepondeut of the Yaioo Dtmtcrat paj the foltowioR destrved complimfht to Judge CoTHkAKand District Attorney Waethael: Judse Otbrak a purer man wbom never gave dignity to the ermine was re-elected without opposition; also, Col. E. C. Walthall to tbe office of Dieulct Attorney, without op position. He is regarded by gentlemen wuose opiuioes would pass current in any community, as feeii-e the ablest and most indefatigable Dii- . .... . . . . . . IXICt Attorney in lue ataic a tuLuiiitucnv j ropry beetowrd m richly merited. He is not only a.B rtfieient orBeer and elvat-d gentle man, but he has tbe most striking peritonei in tbe State. Tbe people of tbat Judicial Dis trict, judgiBg frem its official incumbents, place true estimate ea moral stm luienecwn quai- Wee." The Gdr akd Ship Island Raiiloao. The Canto CMztn, spekug of tals enter prise, says: We have no doubt tbat tbe building or toe :bip Island Railroad would cause tbe springing up as if by magic, of a city upon our Sea Share, rivaling Venice in beauty, and equaling her In trade. It should be tbe pride ot every son of Mississippi to aid in tbe enterprise. R.aHea addtwr to me resources or uie oie. we (should have an barber from which ships could sail in defense of our land against hostile invasion." AEKANSAS KEWS I.atthekcc Cocntt. The Countv Court of Lwrece have rejected tbe petition of a nun berof citizens to remove tbe county-seat to Fewbatan. A remonstrance was then pre sented with a greater number of signers than ni KukurrHied to the petition, by about four hundred. Chaik-Gaks at Napolbn. Tbe corporate authorities of Napoleon have established a chain-gang, who are now employed in repair ing the levee. Levee Meetins. We learn from tbe fta- j poleos Planter., tbat a large number ot tbe planters and otbers initr'tted, met at tbe Court j House in tbat place, to take steps for mating and repairing tbe levees. Judge Pattebso.v, who presided, made a suitable speech, urging the Importance of prompt and vigorous meas ures in the premises. The following resola ttons were adopted : Whzrejls. The low slate of the finances of the Swamp Lind District to which we belone, renders It very uncertain when we can get any aid from the State to rebuild our levees ; and, whereas, hHe we are not wining to give up one jot or tittle of our rights from the State, our exposed situation demands that something should be done Immediately to prevent a repe tition of tbe awful calamity we have just gone through, and as taxaion is the only sureanl reliable means of raising the necessary funds, we hereby declare it not only expedient but ab solutely necessary, that a tax should be levied for that purpose ; therefore, be it Rctelved, That our Representative, tbe Hon. J. P. Johnson, and our Senator, the HoiuTboa. Fletcher, be and are herebr rtquested to ob tain the passage of a law (as early as practi cable) authorizing us to levy a special tax en all lands subjKt to overflow that will be pro tected by tbe levee. And, on motion or . u. t csucrinu, iv was resolved, 1. Tbat a tax at least equal to twenty-five cents per acre, for tbe first year, should be levied and collected on all overflowed lands which shall be protected by the levees. 2. Ttiat a Board of Commissioners should have control of the whole matter, with power e scrip Upon the faun ot trte second year assessment, i compieiins 'uc ic.ee. before the next overflow. 3. That a committee of five be appointed to draft a bill in accordance with the resolutions this day adopted, fr presentation to the Legis- ture. Foa Albco.bbsq.ue Lieut. Beile's party arrived at Fort SaHfa en the 13ih ult. When all together they wlM number about 209. Lieut. Beale had not arrived en that date but was hourly looked for. It is supposed that tbe party will leave far Albuquerque about the 2Slh ieit. We clip the following frem tbe Batesvllie Balance : Attempt to Rob the V. S. Mail. Oa the last trip of Beeslde i. Co.'a stage from Mem phis to this place, containing the Overland Mail for California, a abort way out from Dea Arc. the sUne was approached by three men armed, who demanded of the driver to "stop and deliver ihe mail." Tbe driver, however, bad company, and was not thus eaeily to-be forced into measures. The messenger of tbe Overland Mail Company spoke out, and with pistol ia hand, manilesting a ceterainat'oa ie JEFPEEBOa DAVIS IK yAREUtt HALL from tbe BicSimeal SosUi. It anything were wanting to ettablien me folly and hypocrisy ot that little coterie or disatiecied pouiicianr,wuoaucc.. iu. -'--ebamplonthlp of Southern rights, it is tarnish ed in their conduct toward the distinguished statesman and patriot whose name heads this article, boon after the adjournment of the last Congress, Senator Davis, then aaBtring from a tevere affection of the eye, by the ad vice of his physicians, went Aorth for the benefit of his health. The disease was of such a character as to occasion serious appre-i.-... !.,, .-anrrniiBP his life, an i the salutary Influence of the Northern seaboard climate was recommended as the beet treatment for the case. The presence of one eo eminent for civil and military service was the signal of no little enthusiasm among tbe Northern people. and wherever he went, Gen. Davis received every token of consideration and respect. To these dtmonstratioua of regard, he, like a true Southern gentleman, as generons as he is brave, returned preper acknowledgments; and because he did not eeize the opportunity to abuse the inhabitants of New England after the most approved style ot wholesale denun ciation ; because be would sot const bt to vio late the rites of hosp'Ulity by inveighing againal the offenses of the people from wbom be was receiving the moat flattering testimo nials of personal admlratlsn and esteem; be cause be preferred to address them In tbe language of friendly expostulation, and calmly to reasen them out of tbeir absurd prejudices against tbe institutions of his cherished sec tion ; in a word, because he has deported him self with the dignity and decorum of a South ern Senator, and has not one moment for gotten what is due alike to his own char acter and to that of tbe noble State he eo fitly represents, he is assailed by the advocates of tbs " League " as a traitor to the South, as one in whom ambition for Federal honors has stifled tbe loftier impulses of his earlv career. Cvuhl there be a more forcible illustration of tbe downright absurdity, of the transparent chicanery anl noiww in ieritr fit this arrogant association, who have assumed tba peculiar guardianship f the interests, honor and sarety ot tne sown t oe betide us, when the couneel and assistance of such a man as Jefferson Davis are discarded for the Intemperate suggestions f the " League ot United Southerners But if Sena'or Davis was censured for his Jirevious exhibitions, what will be said of bis atest appearance on the Northern stage? Jefferson Davis in Faneuil Halll The " League'' will be absolutely paralyzed with btrrer. vnat, aooress a meeuug ui uasiv nians, call tbem " Fellow-citizens," and ' Brother-Democrats," and that, too, in the very temple or Abolition purenzy I toe land will never cease to reverberate with the icdlg nant denunciations tf tbe true Defenders O, hapless Senator I 'tbou sbalt be condemned to everlasting reatmpituu ior mio.-- It matters not wuai tuc Efrcci.i utu tui that oratorical display; It is nothing (hat ihe meeting was called to ratify the Democratic State ticKet, and tuai senator uvia was pica without making any retura for all you have done for m. But there is no hope or prospect of accomplishing this left me, mother. You will not coorn too much over me, mother; we must all lie down alike in tbe dust And what mailers it whether we die la the prime and glory of youth, or the weakness of age? Where ebail my grave be, mother? Let It be where jou and Charlie and Franky can visit it But you have another son, mother, tbe nc blest and the best. Oar happy Charlie than wbom a better son and brother tever adorned the earth will remind you of the oneyouhave lost The hopes wrecked In me may be realiz ed In him. He has all the power of your tall son, without his terrible experience and unfor tunate associations. And now, mother, you will liateo to ms more than others; let rae say, on the authority rf tbat immortal book called the Bible, there is a better and a brighter world, where peace and happiness reign eternally By sincere prayer and repentance, a true faith in Christ, a pure and holy life, this world of deathless beauty and perfection may be attained Though you have lived, mother, an upright Christian life, yet, with a deeper feeling and a purer Interest, believe more strong the inspired truths of the Bible, and live nearer tbe Savior of tbe world. This simple belief and prayer will ba your support and consolation under all troubles, and cheer the bed of death with a hope of happy immortality. And when long years have rolled, mother, and you have passed from earth, may you reach that world of love and light, aud enjoy that peace, and contentment which you have not fouud on earth Receive tbe visits and counsels ot our learned Christian friends, Mr. Ludlow, Mr. Bloss and others, who are among God' best and purest children on earth; In my laet writing, I have exon erated you and Charlie from any connection In this terrible affair, and also stated other expo sitions as matters-of defensa, judgment and necessity. And now, mother, farewell I As my first 1 jots of love, and hope wero turned towards you, so take my latest love and Mtsalrg. ? ADllt there teioaikrplr5ieP Wkete fe'rti tioli, lit) tan, 1 dt.r It there b as? lead ot rut, rot thsae who lore, aod ne'er toi (it, Ob, mother mtne, all rate aad tl t. We'll meet In itat o:n rfcloo ytt. lam yoera In death, ai la lite, moth.r, XASION IBA STODT. CO.T1MISSION MEBCHAKTS Up Stairs Mosby & Hunt's New jhock, No. 17 X-'i Front Row, We whi rr prureir "'v ; SiiAll order. Wr QrocerlM. JUrVlof, Rot. AX-,fJgag at the lomat market rieti. 1 1 1 Jj-diirll 'ir.ooo Woriu of SADDLERY AND GIN BANDS, FOR SALE LOWER THAN -.vj-u. RB3PKCTF0T.lt annoonco o their enstoawi aal thi pnWlc, Hut they are ajilo ha'k at taelr oM lao-. 2 3 1 31 A I X STBiiJii) n-wWTTB cnnaT SQUAB-. We are nowepenlneoar Urf.rALI. art)0. which boeibt low for Ch, an will not bo uadenold. WelnrltoaJl In wantcz traiMii' Saddlery or Harness Line, AT WHOLMAI.il OR, BXTAIL, . . To t ire a call tetore pnrchaiuia AIo lor lan AI a rreit .acrtaie a tew SADDLES damartd cr wtor at tkf late are. Wort male to order tad warranted. aepWnl FORD B-fWX & CO STQHEWJ.RE II By Valentine niatsl & Anton Schwoub, Fort Ficin?, . On the right hand side of IE- Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad, near tne cor nnration line and river wrakwn pactots, grocers, kteli of work IB thla Uo, frta akalf siltoajoftoa lx r.ne ltTcoini. a vn UUillllll-VlWll . ' For war din? Mcrcliants, Th "Whig" on the Defeats of tbe Admlnls tratioa. Of course tbe Whiz is exultant over the de feats of tbe Democracy in the Northern States, and if it bad been content merely to indulge its gratification at tbe mUfortu-es of an adver sary, we would nave uaa no woru ot remon strance. But, .when our contemporary attri butes the result cf tbe elections in the North to the unpopularity of the Administration, and proussts to see in tne event a sure progneaiie ot the overthrow of the Democratic party, we must be permitted to contest both tbe the ory ot its explanation and the validity of its inference. If tbe mix will revert to the political his tory of the last twenty years, It will discover 7. v s.i i..-ii-t. if .-.H.r. :h. mat everv Aamimsirauon uas eusiaincu nic. II ,A to the citizens of Boston then and there clsely such a reverse as that which has just aaarmbled. Whether be preached orthodox ranaUt-tional doctrines or not, the simple fact of his presence at that time and place is enough to ostracise him tbe pale of Southern confidence. What if he did expound the con stitutional relations of slavery in the same ic trepld, manly and dignified manner as if be had been speaking to his own constituents? What if he did warn me people ot aiasgacna ett. ncAlnst tbe evil tendencies of the antt alaverv agitation? What if he did rebuke the loaane utterances of sectional malevolence, and seek to Inspire his bearers with a senti ment of fraternal union ' maintenance or ice common bond and true devotion to the common brotherhood?" What If he did impress upon the Democracy of Massachusetts the solemn duty of bidding their once honored Common wealth. " recall her virtues back," and resume her lost station in the confederacy of sovereign States. In the estimation of the Southern In quisition these things weigh not a feather in tbe balance ot jusiuicaiion. rw a oouiunu statesman to be seen in the streets of Jioston, ia a enme nast all expiation. But for him to open his lips to a new cngiana assemoiy, ex- been encountered by Mr. Buchanan. In every Instance during the last two decades, the first Congressional elections in the North after a Presidential campaign, bave resulted adversely to the new Administration. In the seeond year ot bis service, President Polk encountered a dominant opposition in tbe House of Repre sentatives, s) 'ti- me iayior- mmore as- ministration; so did Mr. Pierce, and so has Mr. Buchanan. What lesson does this uni formity of result coLvry? Simply tbat public sentiment Is eubject to periodical revoiutiar.a, and that every new Administration must ex pect to suffer from an inevitable reaction in tbe popular mind. A party rides Intb power on the crest ot a triumphant majority, and then in a little while is left on tbe strand by the refluent tide. Within an equivalent period, however, the same ever changing current may again restore its ascendancy, mere need oe littl fear that the Democracy of the Notth will fall to recover power before the close of tbe Dreaent Administration, aieaniim e me mischievous Kansas issue will be buried out of alpht. ihe current of nooular opinion will set in the opposite direction, and in 1860 tbe Blact llepuSilcan party will ue a pttaoie slm fiarls- dloHoti factors. , L. TEBJEB, . kl envois. ,,wri n. SOBUat, IB.A rAB-CB, - Lat.of BwbarTtH,Te-D. VARltER Si SOK, Socresasrs to laiker.TMer &Dnll. COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION AND rOWAHDIlIG HEHCItAITTS, Xo. G Howard's Row, sepM-dawla mciipnis. . VEESEE & BOBUM, COTTON FACTORS AXD & COJ 8. B. WILLU31S0S & CO., COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION AND Grocery Jflercliants No. 19 Front Row, Sleraplixs, Tenn. V VI aoHcli aoa will recene, iioro arm" f E5il" OOTTOXforlH P-r cent. OcnlJ tSaml.ilcn.cn tH, and isrslth asra! all PlanUlloa Sstslfa at Cash crt-ca. Wo think this i jitera will ry the Pliater better, and in the end be note aailiraeterr both In Plaster art fatter. ITakeop enkand (or ! BAOOlNO. R9PB. TWISE, SCO A It, COrrSR. M"LASB3, te., Ucetber with all theartKlearunaUf atpilaUrcoGrooorrottabUeksM t. which wo will (nmUh low (or Cah. or to Cotton ea. tomera on aceoont at Oaah price. rsl-dawtt a. W. WILLIAHtOV S. OO. 1. X. WOOtSET, Xew Orteaaa. . - E B ETnEXinOE. Lite at Weekly o , Ten. WOOLSEY & ETHERIDGE, C0TT0N&T0BAC''0FACT0RS. GENERAL Cotton parlors. atiusa own. VeOABhU, Tena. nzsDzasoit owes, Lalo or SomerrHle, Tnan. Given Oiveu, Cotton Faotors, RECEIVING Fcr warding and General Ccmiabslon MERCHANTS, SOOo S2.7CJ t.tt-. atroot, . MEMPHIS, TENN. Vv WE are prepared to sire oor imdl.CTV UaaB'U! attestlon to tho ctortsz, StlllJil!ttjl SEHS2o3 Srjpptarot rjottoo, TObaoeo, aclSHK other prodcoo conalKnoa to our care Alto to the KeoetTlBC and rorwanUag ot Boodo. AQ Coojlomeats by Boat, will eo core red by evr e;s pe! ete of Insaraaee. and while ta atcro It onr rtro potter of laiaranee, nsleu otherwleo lsitreeted. An lsatmc llona prompdr obeyed, aad an order (arBacsMr, Bope. and other PUntatioa Sappltet ailed at tbe loweat mar ket prices. We than alwara he prepared to nettle all Otttes a4 other balascea, la aceordacce with the InttrteilMH or onr rotrons. iiIHw.tIb B, C. COTTON wnrrEBSMrrH, FACTOR, GROCER AXB AND COMMISSION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Oa Bask ATesse, brtwox-Kadleoa aad Xoar, (the old alandot POTlhWiy h. Aydlett.) Memphis, Tennessee. tV I AVf new Is resist at a laif itocl fia)I Ojoda, end conitastly retell la f CS2jitin3, cocal.tleg In part tt Machine, ana Sana Hope, xontaczy BiAXUy, Bacoa, Lard, Brasdie. Whbky, and wines, toxetker - Trinrn TrrronTTa VPS I with erery vanetyot orarerrw.M wkjch I aiaoutiant rORWAEDING MEBOHAHTO. I iT .ddlay. I h.Te alio tba toot br.nd. of KeotntkT n-t n ci I Je-n anl'lBieya. e asabnrzs. Cttoa Tama. b'.. Par no. ji jaimt oiieev, I tltalar atteatm tlvep to rtortae and lettag Cotton In ZBDERS frr BtcgUK, Eepe. PUstailo SnyplMA, a . j proapuy n;ia, at w wteu pir promptly mide la Uoli, SUtct er Kxchange. sfpM-dSm c. m no&Toie...n. c. iiobtok.. J a. wooddeix. C. M. KORTOX & CO., this market or (or inlpraent latirrasc t orerned by thepartlea Utereited. Or!er iroaptly attended to ceutenments eoucttedrrom my Meade all-t( B. C. W1.VTXR.TMITH. jorm W LZOEETTEIU.. .L LEXETTEB.. .nrf iar.er.rn h&ie tA fifteen KBlleo. aro made All klnda and e!a ie of flswer pou'em b hal cheap asd of the be t ilitr. All wlshlar to eeo tne miunrienr- laa ol meat articiee, wui prM w.. afti-dl3i:inm B. E. HOR2U. i.B. rilEXOH. MEMPHIS FOUNDRY chine Shop. B. E. NORBIS &. CO. H JTAKDrAOTUBEBa o: Steam EMloei, Baw Mllla, iVX Orat MUlf Gearlns, noste woik tocn aa rromi, Wmilow Cap i, ax. et.nboit repairing and Jobbing nr nr eTFrr dexrlotioa attended to proisptlT. Periona tendtnz their work to B can rely on getting It at the ttrne priQued. we are pr-parea ui rieca-i orucr. Steam EBglneo al Saw Villa on Terr ahor. notice, and at low aa they ian be oroce,ai trom wm or twu" calt of lh earn" quality of work JTS-d.wlT No. 33 Front Row, MEMPHIS. TURN. TX7ILL (Ira thetr attention to th. BeiltaiJ VV 1 Steilny and Shlpptagof COTTON' or othei produce. Commlmon (er Senine. Storloi adn T A Wdghioc oouoa a by sr xt-five usnia per Bale Eeep comtantir on him rueitar. nope ana run. tatlw bnrpllea tenera:iy, at3Vdtai . Kino. JOfifi l LEDBETTEB & CO. Gotten Factors a it r Commissi ou Merchanis. No. 4 Front Row, TwroSMLTaTa 1 r Tonnosoo. X3 BartlAjc And Bopo and riaatatMe SnpoHe, fors laboi. ana-dawSea (Uaiisporfatifltu 1S0S. Great Eastern 1S5S. Route, TIA ItlEMFniS AM) ST. LOUIS PICKETS AND St. Louis, Alton and Chicago RAILROAD. The Shortest and most Direct Route To all the Eastern Cities end Principal Ports or CAS ADJ. THa only Kent, by wUth. PaMongrri can procure Ticket ta the Saat. Tta So-penilea BrKge aad Kla- sara Paae. Pamscm taca 8t Loitl reachlaf Mew Toektaonoar., and BeetostB ashonra. TkeaM.rwpn lar aul rttUM. root, between rt. LeeL asd the Konh asd Eut PaiMcreri, Vy It k4rs ride, arrive within tke inasesooef tBoesel rtr of Ike Great Lake th tko Largr it CtU't kl th. Weal, view Niagara Pais wlth Mlutracet tay ner and rea thetr Joamr at tkotr eooTratemo Ttckees good for l&S daye. Bafgage Cfceckod Throagh. Tar. a. low by any other BjsU. T.ra- aa qalck aa any other Route Ttcketa farslihed dtroct (ram VeaphU ta aM tko Xaat erBOttlea.UKlBdlagiraK' Omstbnt Ticket sat M Loala. The Bond b.i not ancVrod to the least rroo the lite Eoodi, asd paaMAgfe can rely on rsaUnj direct and peedy oossectlose. Thla mate carrte rren St. Lovb, HM AJfUUQAX AND tWITID STATES KXPJtISS, And the GREAT NORTHERN fc EASTERN MAIL. iBfomutlea regaxdbiE the Bontr. can bo trreecred at any ttrsorrniB Tliuct.ii wiujuuaais ea c.f Axesta, Xo. a IIoward'aBow, Xrsiphl. ror tne St. Lonll, AHoa asd CsRaga BaEread jyS-dly n at- oboitesob. a. J. c.tBe. GROSTBNOR CAMP & CO., whoteaalasnd Retail Deatoa la FUR8ITURE PIANOS, Oil t. rowtin. .t. j. rowuzs... T r. ADAMI. cept to pour forth a torrent of abusive epithets, I B'ac . . .r V. iK V.tr.at. .al.nitlP 1 WrCClCi IS SB oucuoc i I tol. ,k!. .I ...I . I. .ffi.l.nf In i i . ay- ih. n r IIUI1C mm r.ur.iai aia.cuiU 11 VrauJVf'these4. . r - .. . . . r. . I Knrih w ara ,a rit.naa.rt tn rilnr inn me dians of Soumern rigots, senator Aiavis-speecu at raneull Mail, on ue iiui iubu, win oe re- re ired bv every true Southern heart with tbe nroFoundest fff attficatlon. It is, in all respects, just such a production as we expected from a Snntiiern citizen, wno usa so mien buoh-q liui- tclf to employ tbe words of his friend and comrade, Gen. Cushiog eloquent among elo quentest iu debate, wise among the wisest in counsel, and brave among the bravest in the haftle.field. It will not be considered amiss to append tbe comments of the Boston Cturitr on the ratification meeting In Faneuil Hall, and the partnhichMr. Davis performed. Says that journal: 'The meeting of the Democracy last evening in Faneuil Hall was a complete suc cess in every respect. The ball was crowded North, we are not disposed to deny that the Administration was generally damaged oy its position in the Kansas controversy. Still we do not understand with what propriety a Southern journal aa rejoice at tbe dlsc.mnt ureof an Administration which suffers because of its fidelity to Ibe interests of the South But tbe IfTii; would maintain tbat the Ad ministration Is prostrated by an adverse public sentiment in every quarter of the confederacy. Uur cotemporary uemanas to oemiormea -wuy tbe new President baa so featfallv lost ground in ell the States, North and Seuik 7" In reply we would entreat the iraig to tell us in which Southern State" the Administration has " eo featfully lost ground?" Is it ia Kentucky, QTyrnTrrNTr" where the Democratic majority was increased j oXVXJlJL VX at the recent election i is it in Missouri, SI. A. .1 ONES & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Offi-e, No 17 Mosby t Hunt's Block, Front Itow, V3Corx3LpTT irf Tomi, t-w ftmalramenu of ererr kind aoIlctM. BAGQIKO and BOPS, and all otter anppUea, f nrnbhed at loweit rate ji-..-com a. o. iLAkx lonn woods nAxnii. CLAItK. & HAKRIS, WHOLESALE GBOOEBS, AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 1G Front How. Meiuplils. Jot . B. SHABTE Z- EJTES. J. B. SHARPE & CO., WHOLESALE TOtt ACUO FACTO8 ASD GHSKRAI. COMMISSION 3IERCI1ASTS No. ia Front Row. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. WS wl 1 dop'lcate any Xortbern or E ktern U 1 with the aarne, cr brasda eqially k good, from I box to I aeo JtS-dtra BRDCE POTICUI J0IISM. STHBESZILT. o PUTSiDI & STflRESHLY, FOBWABDUSG HERCHANTS No. 6 Pront Street, Now Orlosns, W. L. BTEWAB-T C. STEWABT & KING, Cotton Factors, GENEIUL RECEIVING, FORWARDING COMMISSION MERCHANTS, tC., No. 49 Front Row. OFFICB WITH J. W. cCB AG-EN S CO., Tvr-TvipVitci, I'onn. Jr-tVdSm VWett Oo. Jtsr.. Patten f I AE!j Ar!t t QfjawvU'a O-iebraied Improred Cotton I TENNESSEE, ARKANSAS, TTTILLpay atrtct attention to. and forward with dU W fitch, allgowJi UlmsW U onrcare. BcrEK to Measra. C-teman tc Co , Kesan. w Cox Co., Met ire. Smtth. SAM. PDTnAJI la tbe agent of the abore boon In Ibla elly, aed prepared to make eoatracta (er for. ardtBC, and ts at tend V all settlement! and other btutaeti ot the arm. rayil-ly HOPKINS, SLOVER Si CO., COTTON FACTORS ' Commission & Forwarding .llerchants, "Xo. 46 Front Row, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. LIBERAL Cain Adra-ceo on Cotton atd otheri yvi produce la ttore or (or thlsylng. tMej Hope, B-tE'.ng and riaataUoa Sepplles f ar-i nuked at the luwe't market rates All conHf -Biesta Kid lor ooia or ita eniritent a-tS-om . r. mom ah w. b. cnniar. irioRGi-iv sc. camsp. Cotton Factors AKD COMMISSION MEBCHANTS, No. 47 taoKT Row, Up Stairs, Memphis. Tenn. r "J- All C tl on mnmed to oa will ho rowed by lr- anrance. nnkca .Iherwi, iMtrnetert. IrTT-diw-gi JOHS n. ASHE IHE-rAKS M. ASHE. ASHE & CO., ggj COTTON FACTORS AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 47 Front Row. JyS dawl-n .T.aTBATTON....E M-DAV1TT.... II OtTXACSUB. STBATTON, McDAVITI & CO., COTTOX FACTORS, Grocer, and Ccramlsslon Merchants, FOWLKES & CO., COTTON FACTORS, AKD Commission Islcrchants, Post Office Ruilding, Jefferson st, -EXPHIS. TBSNE38P.E. i grata for the eate of Ifce Premiora Cotton Gtn, Dade by ClerseBe. Brews Co.. Oot-abne, Oa Abo (or tko tale ef the Oera nliee Otaaborgt, Gt , the hetett and beat article to b had. TTTB bez lean ts ofer tko renewal of oar terrle a to VV oor friend sad the peslte generally, with the aaranre that wo are ther.Mhty orgasUod asd fsOy Srrpared Im tso trasnctten of in bsttfieaa eosaded ISf . We contlans tbe storage of Cotton aad etherpredsce la oar nre proof ware iien. Inference effected usleta etsrrw lee ln.tre.ted. Osr open tolley of Uannsce e rera all Cotton conoHrsed to ua per neamooat, miiete otnerwite eisreeted la MR or UdlSg. fU'eaof Cotteo taale for e-e4 or eostralasti. Vo ' hare a large tteck c Power Hand Loses rater, aleotko beetbrandor acnlneBop, warranted Ales Meet reek. tfaro 1 Bioea, ura, tc. Ordrrt arjel with care aed dttpUk jytllawSa POWIJCES tl CO Carjpetinff, MATTRESSES, OP ALL KINDS OK HAND, AND MADE TO ORDKB. 280 Main Street, below Madison, oc7-tf Memphis, Tenn. DRESS - IIAKING. 3IRS. SA5IA5TUA C. BROWSE, 3iLgalwayt rssptledwlih the Latent Fashion Plates, I at alt tlaet pre piled te sake op work M the ttst aid most ApprtTtd Styles ! All Work Completed when Premised. A trial la alt that It neoettiry to aa'tely tso Isertosleka Betie8eeotaoMth tMa Cst oUeet, nce.l botes eait of lim Oija'o. ectl-lf BABXETT CBAIIAM.. M. EESA miX- GRAHAIfl & HILL, COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION, A5D GROCERY MERCHANTS, Xo. 9 Front Row, MEMPHIS, TENN. Bagging, Rope & Plantation Supplies on Hand. WILL tore their bet allealtoa u aeMsg Oottos asd Prodtsce. O raraU.hBj (or a Uloc Cotton from and flerlatSrpteasr2 p-reent. ForlleoHTtr.casdPM-' wardmg cotton 63 U per bale. aoll-wt( L.KETCHUEES:CO., COTTO.V FACTORS, to its utmost capacity. Mr. Isaac H. Wtigbt wnere me "emocra l y .a y called the assemblage to order, announced the paralleled triumph? Is it In North Carolina, permanent organization, .and. equent.y read .,.rFI asenesoi resoiuuous, wicue.uiuHio- - - 'j',-:,.- tt,. ly adopted. Mr. McGowan, the President of juat sustained the most signal defeats? The the evTBlng, first announced Mr. Beh, the -Wr "thns.asm over Black R-pubcan ..f ..... . i .,i.A.l.. tel. Ynefri rllB hafMrii it into 311 Democratic candidate lor uovernor, wnoeo ap- "J - -'.V V-t.T::,. pearance was welcomed with cordial greeting, lnadvertant misstatement. The Adminls.ration kls speech was elevated in tone and chaste in stands firmer than ever In the confidence of the expression. When Mr. Beach bad concluded, South, nor can it. position be Impaired, but . " .w. i e. ,rm K. .tr.n.th.n.H ralher.br the iroominv me wesiaem prcsemen ii iuc mcc.u.g u... j . - iT' " 1 ,... n. ii.nn.n nwin inr I nui . la vuuuiwuvu w .mvu.w ... . I i. I n i , : : : ( .. s. t, - V..IK. Cushin?. who received, as 1 nlatform, prolonged and vociferous applause. He held the vast auditory in rapt attention thrnnphont the entire neriod he was upon his feet. No one will fail to read his words of welcome to Mr. Davis. The speech of the dis tinguished soldier and statesman ot Mississip pi, on this occasion, we present to our readers thi. mnrniBP in full. Mr. Davis' manner as a iwMle .neaker Is easy and dignified. His die tlon dear, correct, an wiidib tue muii. ui cultivated, taste. In bis most excited moments he never loses siebt of the argument or in dulges in sweeping generalities or unbecoming personal allusions uur rcaucrs win u- fti-..-Cia in read hi. re nested, earnest and sincere expressions or devotion to me repunuc, ana, by perusal of his speech, will appreciate the train of thoupht which brines Mr. Davis and Ihose who agree with htm In sentiments, to the conviction that the Union can be best preserved WATCHES and CLOCKS, of tbe beet makeie; j fight, induced the tobbers to leave. 'TIS no niiMnsn SK ITS and RINGS. bonder tbe Indians on the plains give trouble DIAMOND SEOb toU,e Mall Company, when It Is done at home. An eat-w-i tier of SfSXTT 4C1-K wrm r---.. , e l.M- so mil . i -- A1! We trust some measures will be taken to ferret - -- , l" ... .,r,tnr. f neh irroie emirates. -.iftMii sod Je ;It losotTid shiimt i av m K'f"-"-""" . " r -, . - - , TTinri.T 1 1. w n i i an. inai hmuieu UHUiauiuvu. .. v. a i -. .. , rR.w. 1 : . , ... , t k. l .t, Aa f.s-diT i tnt nrABMir aeiHi uu. iu uis AT.iaoefce e-ar three isosiwt gay. look out all around robbery, incen diarism. Dorse-tneitS, ex., are itu.iw, . l. . t , C,.l. B. B. 8. PBVN noeiaieniw b n uirBwgi rv - ui.v. The same paper nas me follow ing : Boarding. . . . .l . .. T.m.Mn Weet.Sret4wre.aot tbe Kew Theatre, and 1U- Siarenf pwWK pitreMge. Terms very soderate. orAs-laa Notice. r,r.n.-i . Emierant wacoss are daily I ...inr tKrnuh our town, bound todiSereat pcruoesol tne country tw,ii-t .uHK.b iu this State, and some cm tbeir way to Texas. We have anticipated a neavy imragroii-n I . . .. . , : ii.. . (. n,!-,.. mmA -.vnttudar Kid y entire stock ef Ooodt zsy Into IDIB section uui.Bg "-" " . ..' . - .- t a j i m rs jl. i .i . i I n 1 1 fYtait art nru v: iHimiru T k. . A "V-HM to tar lorratr est t-. wsere 1 wann --, SJ-PL5 sf edt)dw4 t lstsd op, lets. JOHX A.. BOOIvS, (Sotioee- W "9Tm. IUd I.) H.it- ntatiel toeeiUre rteck of mercamidtie of wS B?erV lire tie- te tbe PoMtekat hot, -.Srf S I an orwer. for sew and f afMesaMe CLOTH iKwftk dtclTH J Mock H Ireot ssd c( the bett qu,'" ka'iogW oelectM .l',h grtrt car. Ikit Fall VTl.M. ii'iral rTtcesof Ma. T. L. SE EOGS U Wkt BOMEB8.wow,il ,l.tTt Ike xbrl n, imnipranta who have settled amongst us during the last few years have been of the hrftrr classes of society, and we hope it will W. B0BGEB3. rBtiDB.tO be 80. nr. n...l more enterorlilnz. liberal, and in tellieent men, to make our country -what it eras designed to be. Republican majority in the Northern States. RUhmond South. To Cotton Shippprs.J Great Eastern ttoulc TIA ST. LODIS AND OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD. ITATIN8 teen appointed SO LB GkNTS, wearepre- JLX parea 10 rec pi ibi.bsd u, ib, oai. ...... CIrIE3, cotionaDa all -ercoanoio on ibc aoer? iww ThlaBoate Is the CuEAPEar ana aiusr urtui TIO "S for the traneporl alien of COTTON AND MSB. nilANDISE TO ALT. POINM NOBIO AND BAST. Cotton thlro -d for any of tbe Ncrthern and Kattera bv a steady maintenance of the rights aBd the marketeer tblt Bonte, baa lh sdTinUgeof being car ' . . iITj!.Tj.o V,i.. i ried the entire dl.Unce be BaU (-ta SU Los J, thereby power ef the individual States.'' aroldloglhe daogert and Cetentlosi corueqsent opoa the I ate narlgatlon . . are crMired to rfC'lTO Co. on ana lorwara II WITnODT DLT. OnraelUtlet are tsch, tktt we can ahlp dally. Throtgh Bd'aof ladies win b tlgned on lhedureryor uoiion ai oor lamjina. Brery loltrmallon rlr-n en appiicai 01 10 DOTAL. ALOB tt OO , Aaeate, KI0 paw, .oa m.,la.pl B.Hrcod. 0. COLEMAN &'C0.3 AOESTl rOB THE SALE Or VIRGINIA MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. AUO GENERAL COMMISSION FORWARD 1G IQERCHAMS, Xo. 3 Madison Street, MBurnis, TBNN. aeplS da.6j Fall and Winter Goods ! AT B. WALKER fc BROS., 79 FroBt Row, cor. of Adams Street. AND J. WALKER & CO., 217 Main Street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall, HANCFACTUBER3 OF C L, O T 11 1 G 112 North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA. ALSO, 1MP0RTKR3 AND JOBBBSS IN Drv CJoods, Roots uutl Shoes, kniliep' Dreps Goods, nnd House Furnislitng Goods. PluUrt. Canity MeichasU. ail Blrer Tracers are ISTttedtocall i n 1 eiim'Ee oor ttock be'ore perthailng eloewher. B. WAIXZB, S. BROS.. 73 Pront Bow. 3. WALrBBJiCO., aept, m Mats atreet. fresh Ho Canmutatlon for Ira Stent Oovernsr KIsg .Declines to Interfere. w ik. KJie).er Dslen. October t6 1 Thi. raernlrr Sheriff Babcock received the following letter from Gov King, declining to interfere with the sentence of deatn now rest- loc aeaiust Ira Stout : state or New Tom Executive Departmext, I A l.B A T . uc VljI .1. ion. , A natitloa dated the 30th of September, said to bave been composed by, and under the hand of fra Stout, asking for a commutation of the sentence of death pronounced against Dim, for the murder of Charles W. Littles, to imprison ment for life, was received yesterday, ine netltinn tras without signatures, and fully aa mitted that Stout was guilty of Ihe homicide unBUln, wociraDdwmeeiiaiHw(fernt'isau- ,, nsrplnn's PatiMit Kltrhf-n Stove. My own senss of duty and a regard for the ty or roods) .. any hw in wi ty Also Harrison S raicaL tutcuen atuit, feelings of the coavirt, admonish me not to NO. 19 FRONT KOW, JtKMPRIS, TBNN., WILL give their be it attention to the lo ol Oottoa and other prodsoe. Co -ImIos (or ttoilsg, ten Ins a1! wrlgktBg, IS cesta per kale. A notice m atorelB4wredGBie(ietaeroltelaArscled. Venld tSTt'o att-MIn to belr largo flock or Bag-! CtsK, Bope aau PlastAilon anpsllea. ina-oss O. a. TOWStE.ID c. H whitmobe. TOWNSEND & WHITMOBE COTTOX FACTORS, AND Forwarding Merchants, Xo. 4 Rank Avenue, TERES DOORS BELOW THB BDLLBTIN OrFICB. WILL give tkelr beet at'.eotloB to Ike, l,a:e of (Mtoa asd oUh r prodsce. Ocrs slitlea for Btorloc, H. u j asd wtifl. IBS 7n cent per k. All Cotun in ttore Intsrod nniet. olhrwle lnttrsclel. Constantly en hand A good espoir ot Bagels sad Bope and Twlae. TOWNSEND WHIT-BRE. aoll-diw.E. (Ute ot B. Bold X Bre ) COTTON FACTOli RECEIVING, FORWARDING ABO COMMISSION MERCHANT. NO. 51 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. Entrance Court St. WHERE he will be pleated to wait upon asy eld po tront, friends, and the psMK generally. Be win glvepartlcilar attention to the Storing asd Seats e( Oottos and Prodsce. All Cotton or Prodsce eesjtgsed to him will be Istsred, snleat otherwise tsttrscted. PartlceUr attention glren to orders for Battclog .d Bope, and other eoppllee BUree and aellt ColM for 75 cents per bale aplS-dtwawfre J. A IA-rLE....M. n. MtTCHELL... J. M. SAMPLE. SAMPLE, KIITI'IIELL & CO., Cotton Factors, COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND Forwarding Blorchan ts, MADISON ST., THIRD DOflR BAST OF UNION BANC, MEMPHIS, TENN. ASCPrLT of beet Bagrlsg asd Rope always la alore. OMert for topptle. ailed at lhelowot csta prleet. ssl-diwly Commission Slcrchants, OR MISSISSIPPI AKD AIiABAKA PHODTJCE, No. 23 Front Row, Memphis. TTTE wl take BfttMsz kat GOLD AKD SILVER or Hi V V rnstTileat for anything whatrrer toM ky this nrci a.io-oiwewij .......9AM OE A. W1UOS, Lett st Ashe, Wittos b. O. T- B. MOttilCST... Memphis. Cotton Factor ABO Commission Merchants, No- 3 Madison Street MEMPHIS, T2NN. T AGfJINO, Hope, and ptanlallos Ssppllea rsrnteted X at the loweet Jiareei rrrree ast-oawt SON, fixmspxtaAxari. Shortest, Cheapest, AND MOST ESPEDITIOTJS BOTJTB, TO ALL EASTERN & ATLiAUTIC CITIES, VIA MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD. THE recent ceastatlea of the Bast Tesoeaeo aad Tte rlaU BaBnaA mw. oss creat esa loMdated. dtrect and eosUsswsa railway mats from Xesssls is WASHINGTON CITY, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK, AND INTERMEDIATE CITIES. 300 Ililss S-srtwr thaa tsj Mher Bnte. tynutK to H'Ji tesiHii CM M too dt rttnetttt. Aovrf Oosseetle SMtatnasd so dsttii. Tko aweaotAses ssd laveihwHl eo ow asskT restet ksr b a apse, laud ky tats POST CFP1CE DrlPAHVMBNT, kt iwMfls It It the Great Southern Vaite. Stotes 3IaH. No BaUrter terouh sin lei I ttst . rtk IB bets asesBisosled br aer Fast, Ta - eary xauay Host rrosa ue aewinwttt is rr Trx&:asrx. spniKrGa asd te ad tko erfekratsd wkisal wstets of Iiaiiiiif asdeeorfot, 1. br toe MMBphM dCkir.e Bitknid. Sy iiyettar..,k a kessnrsl asd aesHk- -ssatg and naejeatre asosntala scosory. mtarpaaoed ha tbe wstld. Thro. IctiU. at rstsced rates, toM Is NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE. WASHINGTON. RIC JiOND. CHARLESTON, PETERS.tlRf SAVANNAH, Mi COLUMBIA. AUGUSTA, NASHVILLE, KNOXVliiE, ATLANTA, LYNCHBORd, CHATTANOOGA, MONTGOMBRY, COLUMBOS, mm the VIRGINIA SftSLWSS. aia- TRUSTEE'S SALE. BT Ttrtse . f a deed of testt exeested to m- ky Jtea Cerle-, to teosre Ike praent tf eertaln el.lre. tbrMa tpec S"d la (tear or Kratt Lery, dated March SO. I Sol, aat .esorded In the Regtater't eco h-r Sserby eoasty. Ttnaeoee. at Eilelgi, :a hk No J. page. tl UO. 411 sad tVi. I will, sa WADKBSDAT. TUB SrTII DAT OF OCTOBER. 1S68, on the premise, sell to the llgkeethjuer, fereatn, the rowwise aeacneoa z.- pa cet or gTOsne. f Unite is the ctiy ef Kntiu sessty ef She ky, tad Suteof Teaseeeeo, to-wK Beieg part of Lt No. (ISO) one hsadreJ ssd slseiy, ea tk plat cf tie cty tf Menphit r wtsg at a pufst ria) twrntr feet north ot the -oithwutcoreerof It flM one hssredaidnksety, Ihe corner of Wlnchetter asd Ham etreetf , rssa-sc tsenoe notuwaraiy ana wr tse eut Use cf Men ttrect. riO) twenty feet, tkes eaat- wtnly ssd at rltsi saxii. with Main'trtetasa paranet wllh WtatbMler ifett, (60) Olty feet I theses eosth wirdlyparal'e-: wttk Mala atreet, (is) twesty feet, too polst feo) tw.tr feet froa Wiocketttr street ; thtsce wettwanlly tea. Slty t oe to tko kegtoBtax. The Htio to IbeaeoTe prop-ny It believed U be gd, te I itiall cnsTey es'y aa Trsai,. Bight of red Map Hon b.m d ky IkoU atof tkcdeid. Thla 6 h day of ocUe-r IMS OC7- A W L. TBBADw KLL. Tmaleo. Milliard Tables FOR SALE. eTTWO ae BtMard Table,, Oses, Bill., (te.. .stslete. X For tale cheap. A. a. uvi a (hi, Anttieseer octl-tn No. W Uatrson aireet. TVelet eeSoee ha. aa ootakilehed at r Nalehet, Tlrkskairg. Mestsbat. ssd 8rw. 1 Ota. Bigcjt rAMleo- lAreiirA asd sebawtavassdWsg. THR EZrBBtat MAIL TRAIN toa.ee MeessMs ds ilSr n . imalic at ail ee areata- TBH AOOOM MOa ATION TBA1N wB tears Kera pk. 1IA1LT atseept Swsds-r) at SsM A M., tor Sssa. orro asd B,asd Jaaetl. atstloa, ataniitlei; wtak tbe 0BEAT SOCTBBBN M A'L TBA IK oa the Mllsknlul CMtrtI B. k ad ta Nolly Bpetrw, Oaasrd, Seesada, Osatea. Jackasa sad Xew Uskwas. Ot.siofa saw at Sraad Jaaetm ttk t Its- to Balresr. Joekeoa, ata, Betaracwtu :esec rV-rrt' e .ad Sraad Jnaothm at IWmi e.trg.tMm-p-.iatSrrp.. At laks wttr. dsi.y irao of Isar-hane Ckirbei rbresth Akor ees, Chnrb, Me , to tbe ntrkkto l lor swast st tbe k'-O'l. sad Ohio BaOiesd. TVesfk eef'fe jasa mW attrf wKk lbs pfMleie of .lay stag ot anr p.at an Ired Sabt it tbo SayastA Ceamtetctsl ssd Wor.kt oae.. sad si tbe Ktessatf Baak p.. water ill ke a'Vnred eaa haadrod poaads e kasg.; aaortkree win ho eartfcd se kagsoas tbat Ie ast sacssosa to the sor.a at -be ytniasat. Ia esoo of not tae tioatf say win soratsesi asMaat sat ezteedtaa tm. I reeaa HOTEL FOR SALE. THE tekferrber has la the town ef Browst TUIe. Horwoad sosMy. Tesn . s NEW HO- TBL, kaowBas tko Port nee Hosae. asd kept tktt year br J. B. Portnae. osstalse twestv an reosH eeuretr new, aid la good order aad D.ttt ia good slTle, with doable ganerO hetk ta frent aad la tke rear tt tke kad Msg. Ales s Urge sse Urerr StiMe newly hallt and In giod order. Also s large Wholo.l. Sra ury Bsndlsg-, (oesierl, occsynd by Mei.rt Atk. Be -patt Cs ,aaa Wholestl. eescrn r. The ahors pre petty It i It si lea oa tso seats ins ec tse pooiic rq.sre, oa Depot atreet and elaao ta the Derst. ThehaUdlaga are all sew, n good seder, bout strse-g sad isetta sttal. The labtorleeT woaes be wwtsg to aitpoeo or tseat oa resseBakttersM,asdtAkelaoic'iasaefor Ikesa Ltads Msg sa either tide ef tbe basks of tke MUtl-ilspl or AikAseaarlreri,orwitsyrear to six ranes from tae ilrwt koiew Mesah.s, ssd win pay Ibe dtSereace If say be doe: aad If not dtemied of la this war br t! e Mth st the pretest Btoath, the Hotel wM ke tested oat for the next are tears sod sot ocr.ofl wtehrsg ta his.au aa oecasast. eaa n tke asplleatlss by taM ttee. Bofer ta Stra toa. McDarltte a. Co. OCT.. H W COTTER, Sa. s. airuss acl iTIedicines ron TRE t are row reeelTlnx Ihe tn oet ex'emire aucx or tse W tbore goodt errr braoiht to thl Eiirket. Onr bvrueiltl fe-t deep lone tlonef srd cellar,) being at cotnmjCtoni at anr other tn IM city, ws Intend to conttaollykeeponbaEds stock fn'iy ad'qeale tsthe I creatlcgae ana cr onr g rswics mr- Oarfaelttlei are tqsai io any piritet neat ci it. IS- F. RISK., ,s Wholesnle nnd Retail &sj gA DEALER IN "f icAreLEOif mix, Btetbr coBBly CUAS n. DOBIOH. JR., Late of Bollrar, Teaa. STOTES, GR1TE3, PLAIN & JAPAKED Lbdlow'a Sclt-iJcaling and WinchelPs FRUIT CAN I Wax Memphis The Cottoa Trade. OseTMpsadescs of the Mtuoert Bepsbttcah. Me mis, Tesn. . October 18, 1SJS Very few of our St. Louieiatis know what thrivifg ouir town this is. Situated on a hih bloff. commandiDC a full view of the river 11 13 It 111 U U a v t - " aw aa ,,, m4n- xegpects an attractive poini io a ,T-tnK un4ted s.i JeM rteeiTed W (H aUeksf BraBger. The more so, as in Aoltl accommo- TKSS datiol. it is far ahead of us in St. Louis. Bat Sw-ic sad8aeHMa-lc.wHkTfArttelargeii . .. i"?: "7-J-Te- attm. A. b. Oat. Tbe business of Memphis just now is mainly tiCo f.rf!. (rM-.c iy .. . . ., drr .n liJxZc.r it y w.tih. ruii.ds. From 2500 to 3,000 have been vi, Ui .t iu beet crice.can st . I j-,,7rerelvrd here for two or three weeks back. ioaltae-tlre-t. And do yoa know that considerably orrr oae- v a rreoh sapaty of tbe rew posa'ar eeasa, LaU tJ0f Ihla has be-nihlpMdto New Yorkand , Ga rwkrar Goa-, aad IAager la Klajftu BoJ,tcn tia St. ioU, and that, too, at from 75 Bepo. lam-Potter. "f"'" ceDts to $1 per bale leaf expense tban U could ..- xxucvt Bctfo-x. beshinpedby New Orleans saying nothing TiERETO & ROJOUX. Watch Makers and Jewelers, roRN-R OP ADAMS AXD XAIN TEX ATS, (Tg.r. aow ts rsselfitef a rpleMstoet of WATCHBI. CIOOSB. ssa Jnui, r-- Binerlen-ed nl competent aen In every Ceparl- mentofosrbntlseia. we goarasty entire sat Inaction la the qsallty of erery article we ten ocli-dtva Sw Whatettle Prsiltta. S aln-tt. Coahoma, f ,nok to Youi' Levees ON MONi AT, the IStk init , (b?lne Clrcslt Conrt day.) theltsdhellers are retiwJtfnl'y mjseited to men in uonTtntion at me uoart uou.e m r n.i . run... MltilnIppLfortbepnrpote cf deTltlsc Qejnj foTthe reconttrcctlmtf sbedjkeaof tie cotmty. I carseitly a.k thepep o to atten-i, partlcnlarlr thete directly Intern ted Is tke Past Levee; (er nnlettthe Dire to meet the change which in a few brief I ,,rd,00.. ,,t u, wm f,x ihe preaent. beaban. davs lwails him. .May his bumble repentance I dotted, as thico ;rj again oretfltwed. Sktntd there . J . . -.. i , , , . .1 ,i . . ki. ,. .if A Imau. ,n.f hilt. &n New Or. Dlead lor mercv witu turn wuoaijr.euas punci i " - i,. ,J. T ..Vn.i.e John A. Ring. iV.."'!!!! your tscacTipiimi. paj.uio io sjbcu, . .sd retsrn. tases-tn of the coantr. piriWe In twelTe month, at ten per cent Intereat for the eame. Prlat'a rolnt. Mitt.. OctoVr I, ISM. ocS-dawtd withold from him my decision in respect lo this case. His crime was of the highest char acter tbat man can commit, his guilt was dear, the evidence and verdict ot the jury left do grounds for oouor, ana tne law ueciarcs tuai ih Hfes at a murderer is forfeited. Applica tions and appeals, to some extent, bave been made to me in behalf of Ira Stout, and I bave net been able lo God in them any ground for chandne tbe sentence pronounced against him. You will, therefore, earnestly request him to dismiss the hope of interference on my part with the sentence ol ue law; and Did mm pre to save. A.Babcocv, Ei Sheriff of Minroe oearty. The intelligence of Governor King's deter- Ind sVu-rar 2i8t. KTPtn. la cotton, and a wonderful quantity of it is bow ye.-, sad win b so st New Tort Prleee, the rrfyin- by wagon, hy boat from White . i.... h. .arinr In fimf . tnfeTCit od toioraitce This is a fact. Last week thirty-four hundred bales were shipped via New Orleans, and up wards ot fttry-i hundrtd by bu Louis. . ,4 -hi,, eone the latter route, but tbrthe Ohio and Mississippi Railroad will at present only receive a iimucu ;.. 1, Kf T.0u has. and is maing her- Sat sn'Sne.. end Ulf Ike special favoriteot Memphls,by her ac- live and persevering eo. will Qn-XltlT OB haBS S IBU asSPW, wnlcU we r at roatoeiakle price. We are i , i . ieiMLTii&r at an Uc uaie asUefa Hon tn iU casta Call and ex arstne ar iMt. myis-ir J. A. WOODRUFF & CO., Carriage Manufacturers .ntl Dcalcrs, -- ---- , . . -i- Not one order In ten, wnicn uaea to y.o ".-"- ctenatl, will go there in rmure, aeiaii. - - enouehto make a St. Louis man valt'to hear the praise bestowed by all the leading houses here upon their correspondents in the Mound ".la- 11 It- mlV Tit XHEEfl. IB IA Ai J-t trade tcorln all the efforta we are maklBg for it Tn .nir one who has any doubts about this matter, I wewM ask blm lo come to Mem phis, and spend one wee - using u.u. m - xncnl li a fits In bis ear" cer tain. Tbe present line of packeti between the two cities is nearer wnat is wauicu Nos. 3, -l & 3 Exchange Buildings, MEMPHIS, TENN. HAT' sv en bead eae of tbe target t sad bert select i etHCkxer Carriages and Buggies, E-r .wed la tkde roirxit. Harlnx hsa s Irog rn petl- , .. . hue .v. waste ef tke rjemu- mty, sod f-! wartsBved ta saying. tjt our Mrs than any heretofore establlthed j and here forobtalctogsaadwetksre a-srptieodhyanyfcooaeln fV!.. ... tr. .hiMer. in St. Louis, fttfk to lit the Sooth Osmaxeeste- ydertptlenhnUt to order let me say to shipper In St-AeOUlS, "5 indworkea.rsatied An -def rtpaiiiEgdotwttk ui Thty are all good boats, reliable and reaiaeao ac-. aiepawa )antttea 3 h. A. WOOPROTP te CO. r H TATSOte- .T. L. IEARD. NEW BOOK STORE. M3SR WATCON 6v BEARD or. new opening. Xo. Ill Mais atreet, a geral ataorttaent of BOOKS Z.Vuuaaiy ber nrosess eoBUg lor s saall Sr eiwi lor cxeh, or ta short tine wt.b i cltysc ceptsaee. st-a-a- In Store BOXES GERtf AN SOAP! A ma Oraihed sad Powdered BeyATt .am ..h n ,..i nten lOhWa-ssdhf tola. PesilSarley. , Cett3nB.STwtsndSUglB,-wtths grkeral 30 OTompt; have entered Into tne iraac ioc iitiatiitnn nr wi i r kii.L iu u nui j j - freight as cheap, or cheaper than any transient r.nt. .Tid rertatnly. therefore, deserve your support. Memphis people look this matter rightly, and giv ths regular line the prefer ence .11 the time. Bv-the bye. our old friend Cap- Dan Able, with his fiae and fast boat, the " nirl--,." his already mads for himself in this traue an enviable name. Everybody is nlesied wllh htm. and not a few cf the bust' seta mm unite- here are urging him to make Memphis his home. If I were a citizen of this ettv I ebould heartily ioin In this feeling as SL Lauisian, I should, and do, object to any such " move " cn Capt. Abie's part. mination was communicated to the prisoner this afternoon, but we are not aarlseaas m the immediate effect, it is ciear, nowever, tbat he had pretty much abandoned hope of commutation. ... We suppose that the appeal referred to by tbe Governor, is one sent by W. C. Bloss, eet tUg forth that names could be sent to a pe tition if. it was necessary, or if they would ex ercise any Influence with the Executive. The report that ths mother of the prisoner had .... to a sanr. w t ijicuj. .u.., d bug mu not left tbe city this mornlBg. The petition has been signed by, petbapa, arty persons, and so far as they are known, are no doabt respec- tablR WODT'o FAREWELL TO BIS MOTHER, -rem the Rech-ster Dcm crtt sod Arserttu. Below we publish a letter sent by Ira fctout to his mother. A tone of feeling pervades It that should Indicate tne writer as a iulJr jcui- fnt man. Ir Ira IS SUCn a one, ue is saaiy belied : if not, he is one of the most Impudent hyprocrites alive. It will be seen that the let i.Vi. H.teH Tuesday evenlns. October 12, the evening previous to Ira's aooruve sttempt to commit suicide, and it was probably written with the expectation on nis part tust ue wouiu. be a corpse by bis own osrore anouier uay . .1. . y . T.-. , V. 4 V. I . ....... bad lainy oawneu. iiiiu iu print the letter t m Urtnrm Mother: If I knew a name Ki.t,.- ,ivi hnlier. ii thculd be yours: receive mv kindest and most afftctionate farewell in ..'.. .rM. which has Indeed been a troubled IUIO .. . ,L, one to us. loo Dave gameu noiao "., mother, bnt lost your eon. Don't Imagine that I blame yon, dccu:c . u ui. . j-.-j others that tnings snoam oe in a K.nti. . nni. as lUi UJC. 1 au. vu lUlU.pHI . . - . ,, - ,, , tent. I would be pieaseu io urc, bui, .. your sake and others, not mine, bnt in the face ot all I have suffered, and would have to pass through even if m? me mi'i ssk me to live ? I know won uumaa promi.c 1bI know what human resolution can ao. a. . 11 1 L . aooiBrii B Vr TV fkr" , am -willing to display an tun B" - .. :j..n T nniuti in decidtne: Inesi iinc.LC uwtwl" . . . . , , things, but in doing this, I an driven irresisu bly to deatn. ,. IB my younger usys, iui"., j . t eood mother could do to make me great and lood. My first thought of God and goodness I learned from you ; and the first prayer I ever said, you taugntme. my siwiwh w and knowledge, I owe to yoa j and any quail- t. . , m . reneem mv cuutcici tic vuo i- ...i. t -nnr teschlne. All my badness and perversion should rest on my father and my self. My beloved mother, bow good audeml i mi. lit have, been bad 1 done as you . -, it is mv last reeret tbat I die ALL SIZES, KCixo Oololarntod WP.0UGHT IB ON STOVE, FOR Nteamboatg. Hotels, Boarding IIoucs, Aud Family Use. Bucket Covers, Ears Tea Kettle Breast Rivets, theet Iron, AND VARIOUS OTHXR ARTICLES SDITABLB TOR Country Tinners! ALL OP WHICH I OPPBR At J2S-1 Main Street, BETWEEN MADISON AND MONROE. JrW-if COTTON FACTORS ABD COMMISSION, RECEIVINC A5D FORWARDING MERCHANTS. Ofilce, N'o IS Front Row, On 21 Floor of Mosby &. Hunt's New Building, Hornphis Tonn. ttTTLL B I sllordert cirefnlly and g Te p;ept allea- y V tlon to asy Dstlueta eatrotteJ to then, . li30-dawSsi J. t. WESB. .. .. J J 91X(.SI. WEBB & RAW1.MGS Cotton Factors SSg Aitn C3 fomialssliin Merchants, One door from corner of Main and Union sts., Up Stain) MEMPHIS, TE.tlS. PASTIOOLAR alteoOoo paid ta KeertrtBg aal Pof wardlcg Ododa, scillsjr. Oram, Bacon, and aB. klade of Prodnce and Vannractetred Ooodt. We also keep a good teek o RAirniKIT. RllPK. TWINE. BACON, MBS8 PORE, Ilc, wklcn we wttt fnrnleh oor rsalesere st Ike narket Tiioe. All orders proartly atteeded to JooISSawSai HENRY H DANIEL & COTTON' FACTORS, C03niISSI0X A K FOIliFARDlN- MERCHANTS, No. 4G Front Row, TyTfi-ryipTrlH, ToUXtOSSOO. ALL COTTON contlgsed to -as for. !, by rmr, wi t oe covered ny oai men policy ef intsrance; stso.agalntt the rlik ef rite while In tlore sBleaa la itrncted to the contrary Ws chsrgs PIPTT CBNTS perhalefir8torlBzandSeBlBgCotton. Ordere for BAO GINQ and ROPE, asd other inpplie, wiu be promptly attended to ; and all Intirsctioui f althfaUy obeyed. CoailtnmentA of Oottta sad other prodsce, reipoct. tally toltened. J,l8-diw.m W. VERNON, COTTON FACTOR. COanilSSlOX ASD FORtFARDIAG llERCHAST No. 6 Front Row, over MeachamJc. Galbraith's, Mcmpbis, Tenn. I.rrgs-d.w A. J. MONTGOMERY, COTTON FACTOR COMMISSION MERCHANT, INTO. XX JIidlsoH St , brt. Freat Row i. iilaln, MEMPHIS, TENN. . LL fhtlon thipped lo en-, or f ored by a-eM ifter lit irrlral. W to carcred by a so OaasPoUryel iBtBiaace, nalcts otherwise lo-mi Iteaeua. 13-Agood itpply of Btgglns and R po.lwsyeoa ti.eo. iui.ii.jb r. LAKI-...KE Toy rosa.... c txeabveix, F. LANS & 0., COTTON FACTORS A.D COMMISSION ill K It C H ANTS, No. 2 Soptii Sde Union Street, KEMPnlS. TBNN rrrr BAGQINO. Rope .sd PUBlatloe, .TP?Uei (nnsltked st ths lowest mtr- ELlxet ritet and liberal rath advancer, tnadeoa Oetten la store. Onrchatget forttoragi sad RGIng CotUntbe list as hereut ore, f ea. per bale. a ro-ai.wa Lato Arrivals of Boots and Shoes W3 ire bow la recrlet st ear ?all aad Winter ileek of BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGAN3. ti wblea we woald livlto atlealloa. Ws Bare takes Bsssaal palai la xetttsc sa oar stock with ref ereaee to tat. market. aad feel aiaored that we esa giro aaUtfactkM, kelh ha nrteesada ulttr. Pro plaaters. River Traders, sad Mrehisl, gener ally, we wow reqscat aa examiBaitsa eerore parce. - lac. Terns t uaea. or tltT acceptance!. seple-a-a WAUADi a yah ran. NezTseo, waea irs-.ntsf atoa. arast kare a BecsM. BaahvxtaesatM to wktch tbey are ts g, aad iptaMj tag that they H tstra.olkfrsllsisd.se tbey SB sot be carried. No IKket will be rtd lata, aor wDI tbey he received ca Ibe ce aasee. ta.tr awaer or agtat bo aeet est or ksowaW the Ticket Aarat, Oiaitsttat. tt ssktr pereen to Toaek for rewataesMo of penstt. Ksnrssd trove t auaaies rttiir taaa r nasal, llinn. 2. Ayast, JanIS Set.rlsliadeae, Mestphts. ,5 niy 1 Oth, 185S. ANOTHEK REDUCTION! CHSBLESTOH I Sili Freight JLines: THKOL'GH RATES FROM JS K Y YORK TO Hempliis, Tenn., AND Tuscuiubia, Ala., By SWe-TT heel aad turn SstastaWes at CHARLESTOK AND SAVANNAH! The f-llowinc Rates G17B tbe total ct . sot. gaeawsblp fieetaee, Besy sse aad Wkarfoce at Cttf iilia sad BsyaBBab, sad Baliroad charge, rrat New Tork : To Taecvatats resaai, Ptrtt IU.1, per 1ft IU... ....$1 SB J a ' Secoa-t Clori, 1 M I s Third Cta-., 1 IT I ad Boxes, Bata, 1 M I Special Hales " a TS IN ClastlflcatfeB gh the abavt RMtes ! n liar Cf Ase Dry tkoods kikoasssMbaost Pataa Portoe, Bwtt. sad atotlosefy. Bests, Shoos, T Is. in. One, &. ,utbot.e.; Csmakiai sad aaattttTatyaotae, kt k.neee; Ctrpellrg, cklas, Otut tardeilsttwtraiCkiate, Btcaieai viocxa. wet st aenet. uttt.a tjsasit vaaiaty. laciiieo.eoeke, asdbsusi Bvast, Frstts, Pratt Tnos aad Mraabrrt. Para, Ssraoa sstdo, Lootu. Wastee, aad Lootrsg suss Plate, (at ewa.rs rkrk.) Oysters, ks csa. asd Jars! Saddlery, It. sad Belt a la Wat. 1as. SBCOND CLASS Dirdw re, (eaceat tuk so ayeotted la rtr-t nnd TSltd CU. eo,) Ceawo MUta. llsshtaety ; Perrlga Lfctari, ta barrels ssd pases ; labacea, ksbsaMi leather ta roll a asa boxes; Oil, Is, karrtst O oekeryaadQaeeatware, ta crstoe aad s Dissolution, TBK ttrrnef Morrlta St Ward, B W MerrtMaadD C Ward. It this dar dltielT.d ky BBtsal contest TheoMbttriBeMwIl.hotettlodhr D. C. Ward, aad (bom tbdebted t H arm wui take notice iney roast pay their ladehteiaeet er they wui bo collected by law. B W. Jtll HIM. JslySdth V86S. D. C WARD JV&io Firm, TIT U. BORTON & D. C WARD, hare tblt d.y aa- VV aoelatedtheaiaelTesUgetter. at theoM it.ndof MarrtM (t Ward, aader Ihe stile .f Kortsa &. Ward, for too parpens of detax s geaeral Tfbetaje and R tall rai (i,.Of)el sMae, wsers iney ww no gua to ire i IhetrssAsersa-. rrlmd. sad tke pnbtle gea-ra'ly, aitoT- lee th-rn tktt tkev ikan ks poHtely watted open, an dbts b Own na the beet to ras. JfJe-tf noKTON a wakii. Whatuut Piss. or. Sheet Bests sad Cum. THUD CLASS Axes, Sbo.ttl, Spads. Bsd-ltoas, ZU.C aad Tut, la pigs Tin Flats. AaoHa. Tleas, rasas tt Chi 1st asd Hoes, Mast la sad Col tea Oet a. a.. OeaVe, Beary Ca.tia.. Milt Searlnc, Csrrisso 3ahc sad Axles, RaUisAd Wheels ssd Axles, Catrn, Btittta, sad Ra.ln ra ba me SrKClAl. RATB8 raraltars ssd Cwtiaaos, kased, aad otter llgkt articles aot easaaerited ; sawCstsapsaf Aclti, or othe- Csest teste, trill ha chatted kr askaal weuat, at aaaaM rtett C sea lata.. rr AB tistmas on -let. pari tad Ckstllsa) food ko- tween TsstaaaMs sad Meatahls, ebaiced sasto sa ts Me pat. : an Maiks oast or BAGGING AND Ws hare oa hand s Urge l Z . W A. ROPE! yet R D F&GIjEM&GGIWG Two ot the beat brands ef Hemp Bagging. Also, s large 'teek st ths best MACHINE BOPE, both of wktch wo offer very tow to the tride Coestry Mercaaat sad PUsters Ttil'btg the city tor the parrots of Isjlsg la thetr tcppiy, woaia wen u can oa aa, a think ws ran make It to ittetr tniereti to o. eo. leatl-d.wln 8TRATT0N. McDATITT a. CO tT- Shleattn-g tta. StTsaasa. tktaM ase AgeotCoatral Baltr sd, Saraaaaa. SKsata. U . Ms ran rts Cbsreilta.tktakse natliBiilat Ageat Saih Coioite. BoBersd, Ckukitea. S. . Af eats kt New Tcrk : RBOIT TUMs A .eat LhsrHrstoa Lata,Ha ntataway. J A. S. TCTTTB, Agent Saraaaah Ltao. K Btssd-tg. Who writ caeerfeEy itadrr Mepskaaos stecy aietstnir, asd nraleh .a a- o-.aary shlsplBg lafjtantttB, Fislgkl Bates Ac. r-Reads wt' ao be reiiiittkli far dtranw ocaat- rtBcatSea Oter-ckarsas Brotrsdfcr ulaadid by tbo dePtertag Roods The aaerKaed win trass ap sal ssltetag sssda br eHaer Lte. .Bd If set naad la Iklrtr asy. sftst sotfcM. win y for theat. rr It Is destrabr ta an c t tl aalsrid Mid.. Ut notr he slroa to tbe SaBerksttadiM st tke daatsorksg rsad. or tse one. rut Beg. noraer last tae esaso st Bo unties may h- htTetUzattd asd i.tt.dti J CHARLBS W ANDERSON. Seat A zest. J.2-tf P O. Addfese, Nssbt4ss, Toast. Aral.ncho copy. NEW YORK & CHARLESTON STEAM SHIP ONE. Through Tickets pan It Montgomery , Ala., to New York $29 06 Atlanta, Ga., ta New York 23 00 Augusta, Ga , U Nw Yk 29 00 Ca bo hal by aapilcatlea at tbe Bltrasd Ticket Oases House-Hover and Raiser. N att tew TORE! AND CaARLatHOK aWe Wheel V S. MsU SttatsMaa tbroagfc W. J- WEBB. IS. AMES ELDER..., Me phli, Tenn. T PAkBian Aherdeea, Mitt , ra. Bcrriie, WEBB & ETJFFIN, Wholesale Grocers, Xo. 31G Main Street. Keep constantly on band a choice lot of GROCERIES & PlIODUCE. Uaggin? ami Uopc All of which, tbey prepeee ts stB f-TTTT'-! F i. 0-2.S31 Sfil dawSa 1DO rtvpecttsBy UKorra the sl'Uent of Mem Dkia and tke tarrvandlag coantrr that I aat prepared with Ihe nectisiry- e andSxtaree t More. Kalte. Lower aad Sbalxhten BaUdtait ot all deecnptleat Ptrtcns wmtlng work L.bo in tbat Use, wIR Sad It lo tsetr interest to cm oa ia. at ta. pltce ef retMBce, norner kiiii ana i er ma Ue pate. sm.n. MMnl, GOLD 'Ml REPAIRED! nwriiwl them, with SI cent. eaeh. Is I cost tlampt Pi er 60 centi In raoner. to ray eHre, and they wia bo rtternew biTntii in gooa oroe 0.1d Pea MaBsfsctory, l.lawly No. 88 Third ttreeU LooMrtiie. s.y. "2wk Forfy-Eiplit Hours. 9TKAMSHIPS COLUMBIA )sa too M. Berry, OttniniBtrr XA8KVILLK. IMH jam L. M. ktsmr. do. JAS. AtXJUR, 149 tons R. AdlBM. da. aARl"N. IMS tons W. J. Paster, da. Leave Adcet'a Wtarfs eTtrr WBBNBSDAT sat SA.T- C SD AT at Hlg. Water. Th. e Steamthiat were an battt eseiisslj far tatolaaa. tsl 'o- ea.' ly. -peed sad onlort, ore Barrrsilsd ea tbe ootM liM i ispp'ttd w ttt erery laxary, stSea'rrs sad i, a- Com-and . will htsnr- irireeeTt br Vol. ha re-rr votible comfort, hav tng elegant ststoro.m trraaa - stodati.r. ro-rtetgnt '-rp..oce seplyto HBNRT MIMROON i CO . r rser Eatt Bay aad Adgcr'a Soath Wharf. jtll-t' miEHATJER ft bro. GBEIT SODTBEBH BODTL IN TWELVE LESSONS i P. . COX EttSE, (Late of Peel's Campbell Minstrels,) TTTOOLD retpocKollT snnotnee, thtt he hat lAtea W recma at Odd Ft'oi' Halt, where he It prepared to Eire lattrnctioni on the Banjo in s thorough and com- plee manner. Paruni deilrlni indmctloat. can aicrtiln termt.&e. by applying to Me. P. Plarlo, at U. W. Alextnler'e Mn- tlcstore, aiaast Dana-tAwc oorr, Ltdtet wutlog lnilrnctleni on the Binjo wlL he wait ed on at their rdence t, by leaving orders at the at ore place. tetfll-tt lilssolulion or Partnership. Irrtn K nrmcf WTJirPLE S. SIIAW, wat dlinlvd by T.ta.?et on th, th ef Peptemter. 1653 Either p.rtrer H antborUed to rue the na-o cf the firm i. ,.. (, .e Iht baalaeai of tbecoxotrB , . A. B SHAW. act! Notice. TnS nnderrlgnrd la reUrlns front Ihe first of Whip ., r- y. .n.'.tk-anleaiBreln reroEUsecdlsg the new lira of WBIPPLK 4 MOT00MBRT. to the pa tronage an coaSdcrxoof mepoiMiM..jr or It fcai a. n A. W. ELDER & PARRISHj COTTON FACTORS, Commission & Forwarding Corner of Madison Street ad Frost Row, Ortr the BanklBC Hosse.f C. W. Cherr, & Oo , Memphis, Tenu. JylS-dawJra J. w. M'CntC EH T P MACKALI....E. W. BBOOKI. J. V. M'Crf ACKEM fit WHOLES ALB CO., asst. GMc&m$3m i. r- at'Ku r.. W. TBOTT EB. WE W E I 11 lU. rw n -VT- Ttrr. T.-.TTI K the CKy of M sstphlt. That the Mayer keen srtABd- McNUTT & TROTTER, D. fi- TOAYNSEND, ILLUi? Uii We AAtiUAAAJAVj ..- A-rnrT -J theAlsyerasdRrdsf AMenaea and appreTtd by ttt COMMISSION H3UCHAMTS, No. -49 Frsal Sew, Conor ef Oenrt Satet, MIMPniS.TEXN. WAimn IS.009 ba-hoU D'led Peaches and Apptf, for which the tljaist marxtt price is cssa wm oe yaw. sepU'tawa- TTTODLD Btott retpectlaly invite iae at- . V V tellool IbeHcaelorsetiaaaine bcoik , ta ti tb.i, .sk tt Norlaera nude La. (Sef, Oestleste-'t, Mjstet', Bsyt' and Ckll- drm't ROUTS ASU hUObS. stiti nut care bv oarreevca ts X.w To-k, and . ant leatertals sad Yo.kinahlp. la roa- w ... M ,n.fn Tl M QIS. Ill VI I- , u .i ..r, e.,r e.. Proea oar foarteea pears' ex- peneacs kt thllr of hastacss to Meatsbls, we beetle ws ISO tae waniaor ibvv .iai.ui.,. All rtpt a work bsagkt er as repairea wnten .r charge, pieaa-gtvea. a wii.ww -- Matailreei e-iaia. o-iweaj - ast-Sm TBROCGH from Vtckiibnrg. NUsisstsat laNewOf krsao. LosMaaa. la twelve hoar, sad s hslf. br way of la. Soathera and IheNew Oekaaa. JkI,m sad Orrnt Norlbera RAlrreadS. Tbe rkspst sad stoat ax pedltloa. roate freat Ykkeeorf to New OrKia. Front iad after tale date, an Bxpbess PAstEaena TRAt!. wBI rsasa tbe Soatbera B-Hrasd, wbseh wM Ksve VKXtsr : uiiy at a a. sr., rail nailing st Ttrkiea with tbe ertta treat Caatoa for New Orteaas st S:M a. 3. Paaseagen hy tkle ttsta arrive Is Nsw Otteaaa itl: p. M. Botsralac wUI leave Jatltsa. cssnstttaz with ta train treat New Orteaas far Oaatsa at SrX r M . aad will arrtTS at Tlckibarg st 7 66 p. at. The trip br this trsks to sad rrso i Nsw Qikust Is J. H. ALBRECHT, Accce.tor to II Eeliboum 1 KBIP3 cos.lantly oa hand s tnysly of the beat CI OM11 AND TOBACCO, of afl kinds, which he wBI aeUlow ror uatn, at to. oju imin ... ewwr Memph'.. "W Insurance Notice. ALL csntlgo cnu to oar honte are .oveno ij our open policies in the best comptslea of Ihlt etly. S7Ctrsp ttreot. New Orleant. rdober I.1S5S ocS-lm WBlrPLC n A. MOBTOOMEBV. Kew Flvin. WHIPPLE & MONTGOMERY, F'laning J11M AJCD LUMBER YARD. -. - .vi. . .i.i-i neltea torethtr st the Hoi.ttld.T?.?Ti7 . mty m hAd, n 'oo To. ..5 wponhtaedlntne ctiy. iuhkj, aad PLOOTUNO. ol all cVtcrtptljna. Have tklt day formed s partnerehlp for the porpeee of doing s COTTON FACTORAGE, COMMISSION ASD FOSWAHLKG BUSINKS. orP'oa fllosby & Hunt's ltlock, Up SUlrs, 7ROKT ROW. MBKPRIS, TENN. vT-nr I. rive oer best attention ta the stortBg. celling VV Ma Shlppleg of Cotton. Alto, BscedTiag and atcanbepanhtlntheaty. BLINDS, rMUtM reLjst the lowest rates. A Cottest etBttgned to COTTOTT FACTOR, -& m o c m m A3D COMMISSION HESCHANT. TJROXPI attentloa tlren to Storlrftud SeUtsg Cotton, X old stAnd NO. so a-rost bow, Mecrau. texH-awlv SASa, rrod artlc e cf WBITK flNEon nana, t i-cu, ,f trpetl rr q.atlty. v. - We have a H and On Consignment AND to snlve ex ailpComtaodere fro iwit n SOD bales extra heavy India Btgxlcgi SX njeoio . an. n-.vy wom, Portal iBletstoenltpnrcba.ert br W00L3BT It BTBRIOOB, Cotto" acdTobaeae Pactoii, o-Jw ST Camp atreet. New Orlctni. 1 5 Inch, of octl-ln nt, lsrared, qnleot otherwtte Instrscted. Jnly lit, I'M JjJStwla i CABBISOTON MASOH, Lata st Uatea, NarreU & Boone. W. P. MAS3X Hilly Sprmgt, MUt CO., ANSON wniP?LR. n A. MOXlCOMERT POSTER k IIAILB Sheriff's Sale. BTvlrtneef an order of ealeto e directed frera the oseeof Hnate r. nm, Biq , n Jidgm'Bt by st tathaestttfavsrctP Baxter ft Co., us. ke. vs. J. R and F. O Crawford I- tSlClaidcoiU.IwUenIOth v . h.r ne.t. l. front if ih. Sheriff ra OCleeon Maei tjn treet, lo MetnphU. toil to tke hlghft bidder for eatS, sa unexpired leaeels sl.t on tonlb lldorf Jeffer-sonttr.-t bslwe-nThvd iLe tend the Btyen, tcceihtr with the Improvements, thereon bflng ptrt of let No. std the ie M- sted ts .aid d.t -sitnt. hy B. C. Brack ley an 1 re ent y cceapled by tbem a. s carpenter! thcpl attached as property of said defendants and condemned for tale ty U V. BUI to tatlrfy .bare staled lodgment 31h Anga.t, 155 . Octeber , I85S ROBT L SMITH, (CPh!I tw Sheriff Shelbr Oacaly. Mara Stolen. CtTOLBN from W. Gates, aturenilt, Mlra., 1 a DARE. BAT MARE, laid Mars It risr- ben hull Clint sit l! ere coil tnoeo on , . . reel- notn niu ice t wcm ana tuxou. iuo 1 Vara. HATING retn-ed again the PCRNITURX BUSINBSS sttnesMtunt, and ara now recemsg ss entirely M,ud wtB select d tttck. which cannct bat plests all. holh It prl-e sad t,le. Thtskfnl to all my friends f er Si?. ...I liberal patron.g, weaJd itlU aollett ttelr trmoe. and wsald bt tfeaisl tt serve yon again NO. 251 MAIN STREET, MEBIPHIS, Retail Denlers IK sum m mm sms llIIBill. 11 IB I1H11I1 1 TTTO LD. BlHIsB I IT 1111 WUVUUt VV td To . B. OSOVES J- Ci LOVES.-.. ..f T. ttlllll jr. Ht Groves & Co,, Cotton Factors AND Commission Merchants, 44 Union street, jnnl-cTaw6m NEW ORLEANS. Memphis, July 8th, 1S5S. id nOHMIsaiONXS c-f Deeds, OematlisloBer sf Ceartet I . .t-,.nniledSL!ei CemmlasleMr. Memrhli. Tenn. OSKe open from 8 A. at. to 9 p. it. Atteatlon glten to the e.-k3cw ledeineBt of Deeds asd other lEittttm en'i of - . .. , V . . i ... .It. rr TV.. . ..! w nax. ra a i ou. 01 i , " . - I'nmmVfiSlOn Mcvcliantb. ..athH-intr--nltef wrtttagi to the tint, of No. 2S3 Main Street. Dtpttsim u w. 'f MKNPniS. TBNN. tyrorlhepreeent st If I Mala Street p ttalrt. asiia.waw.fii ff WiMi . I Ttektbarg. will be asde the , niter natt ar t-1. Tt ESOLTBD. by ths Board cf Mayor and AkMrsMa or I tte - . . ,. . ... .... . , ..... . . ... TBtosgn ucxets boss si taa oassta n Ttektbaig aad .11 RATBS OP PARS. rtom VKtitarg w i,tw tmetat.... mt aa Children three yeats OM sad aader. free: m ra yeara asd np to twelve years of age, hal. pries, all over , IV IU V The regslar paHesger Irtm wBI cestlBae U nanai, ta lag VKXtnarg aitly st3:ss r. m.. will irrre. it Batten's Depot, mrMCttBg with tte Bayaoes ests nrturae iw uety i weu sct:i3 r. 21.; losvatc Eottoa't Depot and arrtvlBg st Jtektoa sad otaaeettag .ttaiK .rairo xie iirieaas rsr usatee st 5:36 p. tt t icavisg Jackssa at 6:45 p m., will arrive at Marsis IV pot tt B r. tl , con seel leg with tke Jitly line of itagiA atr Jt.B.B3 r. Ail. . ,t i imp win . hapmib lie r . , ..., . rtvlag st Jacktes sad csasectiag with tbe trala'fna Osatoa f New Or leant st 8:60 a ST., ceaBcctmr wHB ISO nayrr a car. at axe-, oe pw I at A. 21., imve at t rutoorgat urn i a . C. WILLIAVS, General SnperrBtesdeat Sotrthen i ntu lanro.tr f BM- rBTtrart irtm the mtfiatra J i n w rv tr.H. r. n. Bichabds. CttyReghHer. Meraobb. Aat-it S, IMS. aaT-te Hnuie F. Hill. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Kotary Public. We are in receipt of the latest etock of FALL AUD "WINTER GOODS, WE HAVE EVER HAD IN STORE, fUETcry Variety In our L.KT.Ji. MERCHANTS AND TRADERS,. S'fls.VKi At . jjrii w , , aus .w j on-innc-1 3 'heir f r .end aud hr . .bile, that teflsg npoa thtt, th-lr 'TXTH BUSINESS SEASON la Mraip :t, tb y I It inct. .r-oeat apon ta- t, to retnrntnerr nofrttned Mtoox!Wmetti for the nn naralleled patroo sse to ktadly b-atowod, sad to prsffer renewed 5 -nra-.cet ot thetr sBwesrled endesTora lo do tere s.conUnaanca st o jncretie oi ima. WABDXJLW B0TVA5U3 WS. T. nOWASU. W. HOWARD & CO., Cotton Factors, Commission anil 6 orwartunr: jacrciiuats. NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW. MEMPHIS;, Tl&ALZSS t, Bagglsg, Re-, Twice, Ssetr, Oefle-, Mo- 1 lasm. RXC, fmct, urn, pacos. iicuin , oan. London Porter, Aie, Tflaa, w hKa-y, Tlsegar, Lmte, Land-Flatter. d arccerles geserauy A good txl sdw on hand, ss 1 far tale st tsneotuble prleee. rTeCeih sdrtnees mtdo ea Cet as la etsre for tsio r satpaeat. Our Open Policy st Isaaraacs covers sH Cet oaecsfignca to ns oy water, tu tss rtts or sua Oor coo -wont for surtax sad seutszCsittn wm I h'ret'ter be I H .erc-nt Vti rerelTlcg ssd f m lartlsg 60 cents per hale arnr aaw ii , tn rrotesHnr Notes asd Diatts. Ihavstwae cet ta latavedlAte osBEedisB, sad persons can enter hy the i He .loor wtthmt the Inter iptlat of the frent f.eo. Acre laata and notes far contction or aa lert at tnta cratewlUhepUceamtUBxiKSoi renuio o cert. JyIS-m . C. S. HOLST & SON, D. OOODLETT....... ,.W H OOOCLETT. ...... Ih. Ow t lnonr line. Ufreen a'a .arse, k . Is thuacsTxet f-r i.sse, tt opra ui.ra . tB fSJif!'. kVaimirters to. CASH ALCNZ. sad wa . i.. t-t. nititicot toocr Dock: ssthatonr cs- ( ' . f.. ,.m. . i r.... .rfbl. . . . -r..-r!rai.t Invlled M exanlne oarauckrorthsl-trcMiieeaTtoitrsr g.... pniWwi , e THir tnd ill itilit 50eaUcer Uto. CottoB ilaed a ImtUUn la cr -T" 1. tpAftf Tf-fl T" T lULTB 1UI - -- - I -.. n . m tnM Mr Cjsrtm. Mfi- LTllX EbOCa. Ci DalSftaaaB " . I . .-, r , r. luea.Bcoa. Caadlet. 9 t. T- aco. nuaj a gg - ffa a y- '3 .rv" B, fa. paries geeerairy sow.. r w, i - - Cabinet Jflahers A.1D UiEIlTAI03RS. Tlnin-S ., Old Stand, below lilonroo, Tit oUert fernantt.t ttsni fa ihe cUy ) JSZtt'iM.'wnnn tan th. tett PhBtiUlrUAeasto-. ,. . .. Osratocxer nzuku " .JvioVii oty-U B. GMSVEfOB. ' food can nurcfaetcred. sear vnv.-.i i-uti Adraoees made es Cotton Is ttore, which Is always uanred, xnleis otherrrtsel itrncted. , , , .. . COTTOIS FACTORS. EBCKrVHIQ. C317.XrSElXXlNrC3- 1 Nil GESSKAL rOSIIIISMOS MERCHANTS, DEALERS 13 Bagg ss, Rope, and Plantation Supplies, NO. 35 FRONT ROW, ' MEMPHIS, TEWHE5SEE. jyiJUwfm PATS caaitintly on hand all sties of PiUnt MetsrUe Baxlal Catet, wckk they nne and pat ap tn-itxht la the Eett etaaser Alto, aB klnda ef Wood sad CMh Cave red Offlna. whiek tk y iell at s tale price. Orders frem the est try rrssipt attended to, sad Pai r- cnars eatue ssd repairoa. asa upanutertng ex- not t noTS-ty Removal. R. E. ORNE'S LAND OFFICE, T TAS keen re erred to Stew art ol Pra.lJie't We. rl v.ii. t -t netw een Tin Inn and Gatoto rectal Lsadt la the Chlcksiatr asd Rrrsr cosatlee. Is Mls- .L.l.l PTiHUllOB, IB HIIIUII i , inisiu, v... Lota, to proved sad aatapTOTed ta Xen pals sad ae- Eirs,aIwncaBaadaarfals. sy.e-u MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE R A IL R O AD . CHANGE OF SCHEDUI. OS snd stter WBDNjSSOAT, Peersary 1, Mffy, tn Tralna os this road will ras sa toliaw,, (Sssdays exceptea:) The Mail sad Pateesger Train wtH leavs Panola difly st 7 A-at-, snd arrtvs at JfemphlsstldA. ar. Betsrnmg, leaves ateBpAu u . ., . xr i ss PaeU at p. St. , The Freight ana accq t nimm .i mm i ate pais daily st 6M A. SI snd srrtveestPaooUstll a.m. Belaralar, leaves Panels at 13 A. sr., aad arrive! st Memphis std p. at. . , p-rtosa travellag oa ths Van Train eaa spend flra hoars la Memphis sad retara on tte isms day. Passenger ram -. w .um. st attx apaM with the Xemphla and Charleston Railroad going Xaat, sad the MeraphU and Ohio Railroad gulag North. The Freight and Aeeommodslloa n ms to connection with Stage to and frost the fallowing pistes : Oakland. pretton asa urv hm., uwn r oajuas m aici sea wna Stage throagh CamlUaa aad Iriaztca ; tkenco ta tba northers termini of ths Mleiltttppl Central Ba Broad fsr Castes, Jacktos snd New Orleans. Throaga Tlckits for Greasds ess he obtained st tt, Xemphla Depot. Shis Is macs ths shortest rests, ssd psnesgers leav ing Xea pats by ths mernlag train arrive at Grenada tk sneectaj, Savtafityltt&tthe whole ay. M. W. NXtrSli, JixJl-tt Geceral EipeTttte4et.