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DAILY PEAL v a MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 185S. OT M'OJLtANAHAN. TROUSDALE & DILL. VOLUME IX. NUMBER 202. MEMPHIS THE ! t ts PDWJBEXD DA1LT, 7KI WKWULT Atrn WBSK.LT, BV StO. I.H'CUUBU -LEO K I DAI IEBtBiXK, exjamis r. wo. Dialer the tlT asd 6 ef M'CLASiHAK. 1 ROOD ALE & DILL, r ... Irmn nil CVSIKEIt, OB OTHfiH- wur. idosu) be pmcTsn- mioR OP sUDCRlPno?f. Dty, ia ad vine, per ma, rri-w-ur.- - "v:::::.v:.:::": -- u Tt.n. ni t i latent w W OMPW 3 p,,4r;.VJ" !B.-m -rwtr .t ttgtty beted to. . . - i- imc irnR AIIVRTISINU . . " ,.vrt .r -. - ti oa j.,rtao. tMHlntl M trttW ef !.. Cf- To niiMj reaewtklt weekly, Tt w n twice a SB fmm I u ftdrlcnra4A atfred t ket .ana. BABri At bew each hat. m tsar HLki-raaca ortr tUtei tte. ... . . aljj-'AflTertteemeBt iHrrrtoi te to H1, m to m- n, caused Dousix n. 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GARLAND & BAJfDOIiPH, A THN-T8 AT LAW. Uttto B. lrBM. Th A "- i.v Ini.m f Ffta. Pike ti Oaauatea, 1. Etx wiuau w. i je-coimico WALEKB i MWHinCI. Lair-eto, MnU. Ta mmc. 0oe.Xo. r7 SMtk Wc Ownt HK DR. T. F. FB1T8K. 0 mSB aa tar oaroer o; JiaTtriaa AfldfciaMatrMU, TSrSACCf BaAMHBC WIL.LIA3I SENSED?, Jr., A TTOK.KKT AT LAW Oftte wr BtBnllJ- m, Xaanaa atrtet, Kaatpnto, Itaa. aylg-lT DR. CKEIGHTOX'S Por attendlns Diseasss of the BYE AND SiUIVGSl AB.I rron to II A At m : n i r. a. T!lia!aBef nto tlaie wC! K enroled iTtCTiaMtcearHlW tnwwut HM8-M DIL TKOS. TATE. 0T7SS3 Mi serrier to tkt dluai of UmiMi TtdnitT. OScaac caraer 1 Saeoaa aad Wart WartlCf- toBatrcrtt Bratiburv'i Pianos. mhli!wOT.tWv: : ralHi'ireireBartaAlwTkrte- m Ifc- c- paired reautattoa af ram, tartar notice j irnaiiwiK -TL wTiii-. l UAL t&LICI - l ' . . l that parAtera for their hkpmaml 11 XcCIKNkl A. CO Wm. K&afcj Co.'s Piaaes. TT7E are eao" tta Ir rae!Tli. n OTOS VV rrea tM rat Soetbwa Ftaar mmarr. ts whtok vt voe nKtm r.a1ta atamtlaa af Mrcleri TfeeT are Jiutlr eeitetaM Icr taHr pemrUral sad tatBenat nln-e if sM. aad wll arspin h-vraMv 'Kttk tbe I t Planaa the wld pradse We aare to arri IMS wrt cm at lee nt "ivm naaa. ia ae -b- rs casatrr. TO i" vroiora iwTa" ar vsHrHa u ocr run -WirrrpooK o eiualM : Great BednclIoB in Prices ef FUses. HAVIKQ aateraiieed la si ear enaru to ButeVeai pkli (aad oar eatakltahaat In eartlralar ) aaad aoArtrn ter At aale or FI aNOS la ta Saataxra oaaat7, n Aara made .bob arraageaKsU with ta- saaefacsar eri ef Flino. taat wc wi I be raablei to stake at laatt IS per cent dedaeUra rrea Ue a-a.i prtoM a aB Ftocae aoUbftn Tebc taitMyfa,lad raat waateaan. tax tb best Ptaaea eaier ibm bis ever W-r toaa effaced Is XnapaH rarcaaarn W atdtre aa T rx iBiaiaz tbe PIabm, aad aacertaia tfc prasra At t,T McKIKKET A. OO 'S. Raven, Bacon & Co.'s Pianos EIGHT PIAXOS :raa tbe l Anem suaafactarm of XtMri. RiTts, Em ti Ce W fcawa ba Inzthla auAref IHaaxfur war! iaa peat, and rrcrr taatrarient baa ttTarlasIr arnat acrttet aa lafacrtaa. OnrpneeiTinbeMaM at tea aaaaB'sC-arera la Kew Tart. (C71 McKtXXBT A. 00. MlftJQ JMLJUGU1 T WELVE 'LESSONS J Late ef Perl Caasbdl Minetrels.) WeWLB raseeotrau taau' aea. tkit pa bu take rGSM at Bet Fa'V BaU. Barc ar ta p-cptrrd to aire taatraaMaaa ea the Baato to a taane aad eaa-yle-a Bisaer. reraaai eaatrtoc taatncAtoa. eaaaaftrtata torau.Avc by apaljtoJttoXr. r. navto, at a W. Afcxaoder'a Kv He Stan, atoa At BaM'i Xaato State. Mala acteet. Ladle wiaatac taatraeltoBi on fhc Banla wfl Lenarl. cdenatlAetr rweVaaaa, by leavtoc areara at toe -aeeve Hice. weat-W T. A. niBCS. AXIS. n. NEV MARBLE WORXS. FIE HER, A2H8 & CO., (aeeeaHerstoA It & Ut ) Eeatb aide AdaaM atrret. Mm Kato ao' aeeaad, XEVreiS. T8KX , HATE ea band a aa. a.taMBt o Italtaa aad Ah 4ata X rate, XaeaavBta Sax TaMlt g.ad aad Feet Stoan, ttc, eat a ep la tba LATEST AND MOST AITKOTEB STYLES, and Ate OKfUetto xcaa ytoa adaaUaoa to car Urewtr lane aaaca. w e iiktiu m . -v m h, q. tnaloed Bat to be azoaSad ar aav aatalHbsMat (ail, Waat. Xorth r baeOi. AS ktada of Xa Ha aad atoae work CAeoted ta srdw, at ba akortaat aattce aad k weft rath petora. Glre aa a cu aaa patneua bum iraea I aetsre. Tas tbail bare dmarHSid tftai:Sei ia FlLlJTlts JP. 185 Miin Street, UNDER THE "WORSHAM HOUSE. nAS tbe atoaaata to ananay -v-. ei tathvpabbc, tbat ba bra tww'SS-T' -35 epn aad fat aale aa aotlralr saw aad tlajdl vtoexor JEWELRY, tbe latest patterns ; WATCHES and CLOCKS, of tbe best stake! s; DIAMOND SETTS and RINGS. An exteaarre ttsek ef 9PSCT ACLBS wtta SeMch rce!. all cf .wbitn. At 6er at theBKat lateral tciaM Watebei aad Jewelry repatred praaptly and arrant cd. AIo pttoea ef tbe AHaattc OaMe aad 9bIb ocS-dlr F- F. L. FAAKC .ATaiAPChe C9PT tbree ssaatbt . r. WATIOH T. a, zc as a. NEW BOOK STORE. "a e"ASSA9. WATaUK A. SEAKD art saw epauiAc, Ko ilVX'SlJ5Xala street, a ceserAl AMertBeat or Boots adTAXIOXEBT. 5Wj prepote teams far a tmtM kjadrasceoncoet for cub, or ea Abort Uote wtiA cttrac eepuoee. aao-Sat J. H. ALBRECHT, rscooetror w at s i i r r s? r ? jU Li- ; M- h : Z too eo 09 oc 6 wpo own It 99 -88 ao Z Tea 1 06 7 sa oa is wju mk te & 17 en 1 Too Too mm Boa tTcajao p w e taw Teo 10 60 11 it 8 setts saja ar aw eo s '00 h w 09 te o u oejro rgTte se 09 7 ee K 10 eo i w n K t 00 r mtM Btw i u 00 11 00 soeo it- a nte w w w ge ino ia ta te 00 22 t-o 57 oe m ooiw m oaUa od ee'so coWcgjia wgs rj- ottnun, renew weekly, par aaaw ct twtea IMI, " Bas -rw i : . ei. sabs. .am THE DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY. .-NOVEMBER 10. 1858. IEX.CA.BP;ArG.1 IH ILLINOIS THE LAST JOINT DEBATE. DOUGLAS AM) AT ALTON Frcm tt OsHu 11blm, Cctabfr 17. The last of tbe cedes ef jlat debitei b. iweesseBator lociai and Has. Abribasi LIB celo took place At Attoo on Fxidav. Ftem re to UfllhoianJ people wre to at(eMBe, tlx tsAierKv of vstmm wars DenKM-rats. A lirce deiesatiefl came un from St. Lul on tbe Bteaaer li'Aifa ClesJ, and qaite a Rubrr of Mieeourians were preseat froa the adiaiaiBf : - a. - i . .u. .1,. 1 1 . : aipM river, whilst set a few KtBtuctUns bii found their waj up e Alton to haar ta)e debate LlacolB, as usual, trie to ton mraieil to in lecalitv. aoJ to coocenl nla abomion seU BMfita, wbiUt preteiHtitif to be the fri4 of Herr Clav, and to have bti aaection for all the principlea lie has 4toed dunsz Una cam pttga. He again refused to issuer whMher or Bot, rf nixed is a poattto nbtre be would be required to rote oo the oabject, he would toU for ibe adaission of a State iito tbe Ualoa if ber peonl applied with a CoestitotioB re cociizg elarerjr. TbiataHtioa -Senator DwImhi profound d te biea at ever v ioiBt dcoate. ana Be aas oiuoair avoiaed aa an iwer. . irraca of u&atob dpcglio. LoriS "and load bursts of appfmie -reeled SecVar DsorIbs rhn be appeared ea the stAc.d. As he was aboat to c aace saeak inf, be was WrterrapteJ iy iDr. Hope, ee of list lMwte lacttou. lis. llorE. Jbo, before yo coats ice apwtap,jaiow mejto atk jo a qaesttoaf . loo auiea w smy time. Db- llbrt Umy an lastaot. acsAToa ueoatjis. waac is voar ones tioo ( D. Hort Do rai beHre that tbe Terri !84tal LteMatawes ooebt to pass laws to pre tecc aia verv ib tee i etniortea .' oENATja lmoclas. IH win eet &B aa- ewer la tax ooars of w.j rtsarks. Ap ptaasr. Lambs ao liE.VTLKMt.i : it la bow neanv roar Bonn mbcc lue caawaaa Jaatwaeo lr. LinrolB sod aiTvetf coesaMocod. On tfee 16ib of Jane th KpbMc CoavonUoo asooableel at bpriisfiirld aad aoaaimtatl Mr. Liacola as tbsir eaBdidate for the Uafte! States Senate, aad be en that occasion dettrered a speech in wnien oe iais sown waat fie aaderstood to te tbe Repub.tcae creed aod the platfoim oe hdico &e proposeo: to stand dorlug tDa coatest. Tbe pftactpal poiata ia tbat roeecb of Mr. Liticola's were: First, tfMt tbts GoTraaeot eon Id net endare peraianeattr divided into free and slave Stes, as ear fatbero raade it ; that Iboy Bast all become free or all bacaate slave ; all becoaae oae tbiac or all become !h etfaer, otBjerwiee tOM uaieo coum not cobucms to es ist. I give ten bis optnlooa alaiost ia tbe idea tieal laDcnace be used. His second proposl lien was a erastde aealas: the Supreae Court of the Ceiled Sates beeaase of the Dred Scott decision ; argioe: as aa especial reasoa for bis eppostHea te taut deeiatoa tbat it deprived tbe Deport of tbe rights and beat fita of thai clause in the Coaptation ef ibe Ualted States which naraattos te tbe citizens of eaeh State, all tbe ricbts, privilrres and imBaai'ies of tbe cit ieas of he several States. Oj th lOLh of July I returned booie, aad delivered a speerh to tbe people of Cbtc&ce, ia which I announced it to be ay purpose to appeal to tbe people of Itliaors to sustain tbe coarse I bad pursaetf id CobaFoss. hi that speech I joised iaue with Mr. Liocsln oa tbe points which he bad pre seated. Tbos there was an issue, clear and distinct. op aetweea us oa these two proposition farid dewe. in the speech ef Mr. Lhtcoki at Springfield, and controverted or ae ia ay re plv to bmb at Cbicaco. On tbe aext day. tbe lltb of July, Mr. Ltaeoia replied to ae at Chi cut, explaining at sone 1 south, aad It aaciciue; tbe pofcitietw which be bad takes ia bis bpriagfield speech-. Ia that Chicago spexch he evea wem f artber than be bad before, aiat attar ed seatisaeats in regard to tbe serro netac; ea aa eqealUy watb tbe white aaa. Tbft's so He adopted in e op port of this po sftioo tbe arsoaeat which Lorejoy aad Cod diag, aad otber AbolitieB lecturers bad aide ietatiwr hi the Boitbera aad central poitiejts of tbe SUte, te wit : that tbe Declaration of Inde pendence having; declared all aea free and equal, by D vine law, that negTo equality was an ia&heoabfc right, of which ibey could not be deprived. He ieeisted, ia that speech, that tbe Declaration ef Independence included the nerre la tbe claaee aaeertiae; tbat all aea were created rqual, aad weut se far as to say that if one aaa was allowed ta take the posi tion, that It did not include tbe segro, others cieht take th- peettioa that it did net laclode otber aea. He eetd that all tbeee dletiaetioas between this mar. and that aaa, this race aad tbe other rate, antst be accarded, and we aust all stand br tbe Declaratieo of lodepeadeace, deciarioe; that all arc were created equil. Tbe ieeue tbae beia aade up between Mr. Liacaw ad ayseif ea three poiats. we weat before tbe people ef the State. Dariac tbe f otlowlnt; seven weeks, between tbe Chicago I speeches: and our first tneehag at Oawa, be and I addressed large aseetablages of tbe pea pie ia aaay of tbe central esaatiee. Ia ay speeches I confined myself clesely to these three positions which he bad taken, caatre vertioc bis pfftsaMaD3 that this Union eon id set exist as oa&ifaUiers Bade it, divided into free aed ehablsg. eoatrovcrtiBf; bis prope sitioo ot zcrwade againet the Supreme Court because of the Dred Scott decision, and coo-trovajUcghsapri-pobiUoo that the Declaration af Irajaiiioalmic iududed and aedit tbe r.e- i re8 is vwaWas the white sten, whtH Kde ! clarei all ion to be created aaejal. Cheers ! fur Doug!. I supposed at that tia: that i tnese prooesKions eoosiituted a distinct issue I betweeajM. aad that the opposite poeitioos we had UfeaH taan them we would be wrtHeg to be heldio in every part of tbe State, I never intended to waver one hair'j breadth from thai iseae tjtber ta the corth or tbe south, er Ahererer J should addrees the people of Illi nois. I tkaajt that when tbe tisae arrives that I cannot piaWitlra my peHtlca! areed ih the same terns nolotav in tbe nortberB but tbe seutherB part of IRia&s, not only in tbe Northern but the South ra States, and wherever the Ameri can flag wares over American soil, that then there aust be eometbins: wrong in that creed Good, yj aad cheers. So long as we live under a lemuon cottstitutioa, so locg as we live ia a eSifederacy of sovereign and equal S:atee,Jalaatt together as o&e for certain pur poses, that any political creed is radically wrong which cannot bs proclaimed la every State, End every section of that Uatoa AHke. I took up Mr. Lincoln's three propositions in dut wt.atl hel.eveJ to it the radical irrors my sererai epeecbes; anal) zed tDea, aad point' coatalsed in them. in regard to his first doctrine that this Gav- 'fMseBt was Ju violiuoH of the law of God ( nullum?). , I. at a house divided agraioat itself I repudiated it as a slander unwi franers ef our CoosUtaUoo. I ve ften repeated, and bow Again riu ay opinion this Government can e ndi.re forever, ffod, j divided into free and siave States as ourfatBers aade it. each State havirr Ibe rbtbt to prohibit, aWlith. or sustain ailvcrV joet AS they please. rCood, right, and - -r r-r;rtarnt " a.. j , , -r-t - Rreit bi9 of the sovereignty of the States, the rljbt of eiefa State to regulate ita own do mesne mentations te salt Itself, and that riht was cjkf--i(sd with the understanding and ex pectation that inasmuch as each locality had separate interests, each locality must have dif ferent and distinct local and domestic institu tions, correspoadiae; to its wants and interests. Oar fathers knew wbeatbey aad: the Govern stent, that tbe -laws aad astitaUeas which were well adapted to tbe greea aeuataias of Vermont, were ansoned te tbe rice plantations uf South Carolina. They knew then, as well as we know bow, tfaattbelaws aadtastltetloas which would he well adapted to the beautiful prairies of Illinois would not be suited to tbe tcinibc; regions ef California. They knew that ia a Kepubtic as broad as this, bavine such a variety of soil, climate aad interest, there aet Beeesearflr be A cerreSfondiB; va riety of local laws tbe policy and institutions of each State adapted to its condition and wants. For this reason this Unica was es lafcliebed on tbe right of each State to do as it pleased oo the question of slavery, sad every ether question; and tbe variousStaAes were hot allowed ta eeespleifi of, much less interfere wltt, 'he policy of their neighbor!. That's gecd oectrrue, mil's tBeaocuine, and cneers.j Suppose tbe doctrine advocated by Mr. Lin coln aad tbe Abolitionists ef this day had rue tailed when tbe Cous'Jtution was made, what would Dare been toe result? Imagine for a suaiit that Mr. Lthcalc bad btea a anaber of tbe Geaveatioa that framed the Constitution of lb United Stales, and that when its mem bers were about to sign that wonderful docu arnt, be had arisen ia that Convention as be did at Springfield this suaater, and, addressing bimstlf tc me fiesfaeot, Bta sara. " a Lous' aHrided against itself caoaet stand Uuebter;! this goveroaeat divided into free and slave States caaaat endure; they aust all be free or all be slave; they must-all be one thing or all h the other : otherwise. It is a violation of the !(W 0, Ge- amA caMMK MBtiMie to exist." , , Suonose Air. Lteeoia had convinced that body of sages that that doctrine was sound, what would have been tbe result? Keaeaber that the Union was then eeesnosed of thirteen States twelve of which were stavebtdlag aad one free. De you think that the one free State would bave outvoted tbe twelve slAvehoMiag Mates, and thus have secured the abolition of slavery1 Ao, no J On tbe other band, weald not tbe twelve slavebolding States have out voted the one free State, and thus bave fast ened slavery, by a constitutional provision on every foot of tbe American Republic forever? You see tht if this abolition doctrine of Mr. Liccoio bad prevailed when the government was aade, it wou d bave esUMIphed slavery as a peraaneut institution alt the States, whether they wanted it er sot : and the Ques tion for us to determine In lllineie now as oBe of the free States Is. whether or net we are wll Httg, having become the majority section, la eurpree a aeririee on trie ratnerity,nblcb we o-iM bave resisted with ear heart a blood it It had been attempted on us when we were ia a mineiity. We never will," good, good, and ch r rs 3 Hew baa the Soath 'lost her power as the majority section in tMs fjalon, and bow have Jfee free States gained it, exeept under the operattea of that principle which declares tbe right ef the peeple ef each Stale and each istTtttTY to form ayd. Tefltieie IMr dontesthe iasUtatiees In their awn wfev. It was under -J tfaatjraclple thaUsJaveryras abobjiksd a caniiotajacw i iLe imnrnS New HamBibire. Rhode Island. Connecticut New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania ; it was under that principle mat one nair or me alaveholding States became free; It was under that principle that the cumber of free States increased uaUI-froa being one oat of twelve States, we have grown to be the. majority of states or tut wnois union, wr.u uie power to control the House of Representatives and sen ate, and the power, consequently, to elect a President by Northern votes without tbe aid of a Southern State. Having obtained this power under the operation uf tLat great principle, are you now prepared to abandon tbe principle and declare that, merely because we have a tie power, you will wage a war against tbe South ern stAtes a bo tneir tnsuictioas until you force them to Abolish slavery everywhere. No, never, bbu greAt applause After bavins pressed these arguments home oa Mr. Ll&colu for seven weeks, publishing a number of rav SDseches. we mat it Ottawa in joint discussion, and be then began to crawfish a utile, ana let mmseir down. Immense ap plause. I there propounded certain Questions to him. Amongst others, I asked him whether Do would vote ror me admission of any more slave Sates in the evsnt the. peeple wanted them. He would not answer. Applause and laughter. I then told him If he did not an swer the question there I would renew it At tret part, ana would men trot blm down Into Egypt ABd again put it to him. Cheers. Well, at Freeport, kaowing that the next joint discussVoBtook place in Egypt, and being in dread of I, be dhLSDiwer my qaestlon in re- gara to no mare siave states la a moae wnicn be hoped would be satisfactory to me, and ac complish the abject he had in view. I wilt ahaw jroti what bis answer was. After saying tnai ne was net pieogeu to we jitpuDllc&n doc trine of " bo more slave States," iis declared i I state to vou freelv, franklv. tbatl should be exceediaglitsorry to ever bs put fn the po sition of having to past upon thlt question. I should be exceedingly glaJ to know that there never would be another slave State Admitted into this Union." Here, permit me to remark, that I do not think the peeple will ever force blm into this petition against bis will. Great laughter and applause. He went oa to 94 ti But I must add ia regard to this, that if elavery shall be kept out ef the territory dur lee tbe territorial existence of any one given territory, ann raen toe nee pi sDouid, saving a fair cbutee and clear fisid when they come to adopt a censtitotieu, If tbey should do tbe ex traordinary thing of adopting a slave constitu tion, uninfluenced by the actual presence of tas institution among toem, i see no alterna live, if we own the country, but ws must admit it into the Union." . That answer, Mr. Lincoln supposed would satisfy the old Itae Whigs, composed of Ken tuckians and Virginians, dawn in the southern part of the State. New, what does it amount to ? I desire to know whether he would vote to allow Kansas to come iota the Union with slavery or net, as her people desired. He would not answer; but in around about way said that if slavery should be kept out of a territory during the whole of ris territorial ex istenee, aad then tbe people, when tbey adopt ed a State CoastitarieB, asked admission as a slave State, he edpposed he would have to let the State come in. Tbe case I put to him was aa entirely different one. I desired to know whether be would vote to admit a State if Con gress had net prohibited slavery in it during its territorial existence, as CeRgress never pre tended to do under Mr. City's compromise aeasores of 1850. Hs would not answer, and have not yet been able to get an answer from him Laughter, " he'll answer this time," he's afraid to answer," k.z I have asked hia wether be would vote to admit Nebraska if ber people asked to ceme as a State with a constitution recognizing slavery, and he re fused to answer. ' Put hia through," " give to blm," and cheers- I bave put the cues-! ties to hia with reference to New Mexico, and he has not uttered a word ia answer. I have enumerated tbe territories, one after another, putting tbe same question te hia with refer ence to eaeh, and he has not said, aad will not say waetuer if elected to Congress, he will vote to admit aay territory now in existence with surh a constitution aa her people msy adnpt He invents a case which does not ex ist, and cannot exist under this government, and answers it ; but he will not answer the question I put to him in connection with anr of tbe territories now ki exists&ce. u Hurrah for Dougles," "three cheers for Dagias." tne contract we eeiereu into wrta lex as wbea she entered ibe Ualoa ebHfes us to allow foor States to be formed out of tbe old State, and admitted with or with out slavery, as the respective inhabitants each aar determine. I have aibad Mr. Liacada three .times ia our ieiat discus sions whether be would vote to redeem that pledge, and he has never yet answered. He is as silent as tbe grave oa tbe eubjcL Laugh ter, " Lincoln must answer," " tie will," &c He would rather answer as to a state of the case which will sever arise than commit him self by telling what he would do ia a case which would come up for bis aettoB sees after bis election to Congress f" He'll never have act oo aay Question," and laughter 1 Whv can he uot say whether be is williag to allow the people of each Sate to bave slavery or not as tbey pletse, and to come into tbe Union wbea thev have tbe reouitite no nutation, a a sieve er a free SUte as tbey decide? I bave no ironOM sa answering; Ifte qaestfea. I bave said everywhere, and now repeat it lo you, teat if tbe people of Kansas want a slave State tbey have a right, under the. Constitution we uarten states, to lorm suea a State, and will let them come into the Union with sla very or without, as they determine. ru That's right," "good" "hurrah for Douglas all the time," and cheers. J If tbe peeple of any Ter ritory desire slavery, let them have it. If they do not want it, let them prohibit it. It is their bus! new, not mine. That's it exactly," that's so," hurrah. &c. It is none of our businesd m Illinois whether Kansas is a free State or a slave State. "That's the doc trine "J It is'noBe of your business in Mis souri unetBer ixineas saall adopt slavery or reject it. If is the business of her people, and none or yours, ine people or Kansas have as much right to decide that question for them selves as you have in Missouri to decide it for yourselves, nr we in Illinois to decide it for ourselves. " That's what we believe," " We stand by that," and chters And here I may repeat what I have said in every speech I bave made in Illinois, that I fought the Leeomptoa Constitution to its death, not because of the slavery clause In it, but be cause it was not the act and deed ef the people ot Kansas. I said then in Congress, and I say new, that if tbe people of Kibsss want a slave State, tbey have a right to bave it. If they wanted tbe Lecoaptoo Constitution, they had a right to bave it. I was opposed to that con stitution because I did net believe that it was the act and deed of tbe people, but oa the con trary, tbe act of a small, pttital minority, se ttee; in tbe Baffle of the majority. When at last it was determined to send that constitution back to tbe people aad accordingly, ic August last, tne question or admission under it was submitted to a popular vote, the citizens reject cd it by nearly tea to one, thus showing conclu sively, that I was right when I raid that the Leroaptoa Constitution was not tbe act and deed of tbe people of Kansas, aad did not em body their will, f Cheers. 1 I bold that there is lo power on earth, under our system ef government, which has the right to force a constitution upon aa unwilling people. Liaavs so.j suppose tntre Had been a majority cf ten to one in favor of slavery in Kansas, and suppose there bad been as Abolition President, and an Abo- lition Administration, and by some means the Abolitionists succeeded In forcing An Abolition constitution on tnoae siaveaoMmg people, would the people of the South have submitted that act for one isstanL No, no. Well, If you ef tbe South woald iiot have submitted to it a day, bow cab yoa, as fair, honorable, I and honest men, Insist oa putting a slave con stitution aa a peeple who desire a free State. ! That's so, and cheers. Yoar safety and ours uepend upon both of us actlag in good faith, and living up to that great principle which as serts tbe right of every people to form and reg ulate their domestic institutions to suit them selves, subject only to ths Constitution of the United States. That's the doctrine, and Im mense applause. J Most of tbe men who denounced my course 00 tbe Lecoapten question, objected to it cot because I was not right, but because they thought it expedient at that time, for the sake of keeping- the party together, to do wrong. Cheers. I sever knew the Democratic party to violate any one ot its principles out of pol icy or txpedien ry, that it did not pay the debt witb sorrew. There is no safety nor success for our party unless we always do right, aid trust the consequences to God and the people. 1 chose not to depart from principles for tbe stke of expediency in the Leeomptoa question, and I never intend to do it on that or any other question. Good. But I am told that I would bave been all right if I bad only v tcd for the English bill after Leeoapton was killed. Laughter and cheers Yoa know a general pardon was granted to all political offenders on the Le eomptoa question, provided tbey would only vote for the English bill. I did not accept the benefits of that pardon, for the reason that I bad been right is lbs course 1 had pursued, and hence did Bot require any forgiveness. Let us see bow the resell has besa worked out. Eng lish brought in this bill referring the Lecomp tou SonstitotloB back to the people, with the r revision that if it was rejected Kansas should e ke,t out ot tho Union until she bad ths full ratio of population required for a member of Congress, thus in effect declaring that if the people ef Kansas would only consent to come into the Union under the Leeomptoa Constitu tion, and bave a slave State when they did not want it, they should be admitted with a popu lation ef 35.000, but that if they were so obsti nate as to insist upon having just such a Con stitution as tbey thought best, and to desire admis'ioo as a free SUte, tbtn thev should be kept out until tbey bad 93,420 inhabitants. I then sud, asd I now repeat to you, that when ever Kmsas has people enough for a slave State she has people enough for -a free State. "That's the doctrine all over." "Hurrah for Douglas." I was and am willing to adopt tbe rule that no SUte shall ever come Into the Union until she has the full ratia ot population for a member of Congress, provided that rule is made uniform. I made that proposition in the Senate last winter, but a msjority ot the Senators would not agree to it : and I then said to them if jou will net adopt the general rule 1 will apt coasent to make an exception of Kansas I betd that it Is a violation of tbe funda mental principles ot this Government to throw tta weight of Federal power Into the scale, sjfter la favor of tbe free or the-alava State?. Kmiaty: among: all theSUtes off this Union Is a.PaajgsQenttl principle In ourpo rpoiitieir system. We have no more right to throw the weight'of tue reuerai uovernment Into tne scale in tavor ot the slavebolding than the free States, and last or an aoouidour friends In tne souio con' sent for a moment that Congress should with hold its powers either way whn tbey know mat mere is a majority against tbemdn boin Houses of Congress. Fellow citizens, how have ths sunnorters of the English bill stood up to their pledges not to aumu Kansas until sue obtained a popuia tion ot 93 420 in ths event she reiected tbe Le comoton Constitution? How? The newspa pers inform us that Eoellsh himself, whilst couuucuog mi canvass ror re-election, ami in order to secure it, pledged himself to his con stituents that, if returned, he would disregard bis own bill and vote to admit Kansas into the Union with such population as she might bave when she made application. fLauzuterand appiause.j ive are informed toat every utm- ocratic candidate for Conciss, In all tbe States where elections have reiently been held, was pledeed arainst the En ah bill. with per haps ore or two exceptions. Now, if I bad only done as these anti Lecompton men who voted for the English bill In Congress, pledging themselves to refuss to admit Kansas it she re fused to become a slave Hate until the bad a population ot 93,420, and then returned to their people, forfeited Weir d edee. and made a sew piecge to admit Kansas at aay time toe ap plied, without regard to population, I would have bad no trouble. You saw the whels power and patronage of the FederaT Govern ment wielded in Indiana. Ohio, and Peaneytva nla to re-ele-t anti-Leeempton mej to Con gress who voted against Lecokpton, then voted for the English bill, and then denounced the English bill, and pledge.! themselves to tbelr people to disregard it. Uood.j Sly sin consists in net having given a pledge and then in cot having afterwards forfeited it. For that reason, In this State, every postmaster. every route agent, every collector of the ports, and every Federal office-holder, forfeits his head the moment be expresses a preference for tne Democratic candidates against Lincoln and bis Abolition associates. That's so, asd cheeis A Democratic Administration which we helped to bring into power, deems it con sistent with its fidelity to principle, and its re gard to duty, to wield Its power in this State in Denair or tne ltepubllcan abolition candi dates In every county and every Congressional district against the Democratic paity. All I have to say in reference to the matter is, that if that Administration have not regard enoigb for principles, if tbey are not sufficiently at tached to the creed of the Democratic partv to bury forever their personal hostilities lu order to succeed in carrying out our glorious prlaci pies, I have. (Good, good, and cheers I have no personal difficulties w.th Mr. Bucnai- an or his LabiaeL He chose to make certain recommendations to Congress, as be had a right to do, on the Leeomptoa qaestioa. I could not vote In favor of them. I had as much right to judge for myself how I should vote as he bad bow he should recotamebd. He undertook to say to me, if you do not vote as I tell you, I will take off the heads of tout friends ELtughter. I replied te blm. u yoa did not elect me, I represent Illinois, and I am accountanie to Illinois, as my constituency. and to God, but not to the President, or to any other pawer on earth. Good, good, and vo ciferous applause. And no w tills warfare is aade on me because would not surrender my convictions of dutv. because I would not abandon my constituency, and receive the orders of the Executive au thorities bow I should veto in Ibe Senate of ths United States. "Never do it," three cheers, ic I hold that an attempt to control tbe Senate on the part of the Executive is sib verslve of the principles of our Constitution " That' right." The Executive department is independeet ot the Steele, and the Senate is independent of the President. Ia matters of legislation the President has a veto or- the ac ta cu of tbe hsnate, and in appointments and treaties the Senate has a veto oo tbe President. Hehas no mere nghi to tell me how I shall vote on bis appointments, than I bave to tell blm whether be shall veto or approve a biH the Senate has passed. Whenever you recog- i ize ise tlgnt or tne Executive to s7 to a i Senator, uio this, or I will take off the heads of yew friends," you convert this Government from a republic into a despotism. Hear, hear, aad cheers. 1 Whenever you recognize i tbe right ef a President to Bay to a member ot Congress, " vote as I tell you, or v will bring a power to bear against you at home vtch will crush you," you destroy the ladepeadeace of the Representative, and convert htm into a tool ot Lxecatlre power. I " Thal'd so." and applause. I resisted this invasion of tbe cou nt national rignta or a asostor, asd I Intend to resist it as long as I bave a voice to speak, or a vote to give. Yet, Mr. Buchanan cannot provoke me to abandon one iota of Democratic priuciplee out of revenge or hostility to bis course. " Good, good, three cheers for Dong las." 1 sUnd by tbe platform ot the Demo cratic party, and by He orgardzitioB, and sup port its nominees. It there are any wbo choose ta bolt, the fact only shows that they are not as good Demeerats as I am. " That's so,' good," and applause, j My friends, there never was a time when K' was as important for tbe Democratic part) , for all aaltooal men, to rally and stand together as it is to-day. We find all sectional aeo giv ing up past differences and combining on the one question ot slavery; and wnen we fi'Mi sectional men thus uniting, we should unite to resist them and their treasonable designs. Sjch was the case la isau, when Clay left tbe ouiet and peace of his home and again entered upon public life to quell agitation and restore peace to a distracted Union. Then we Democrats, with Cass at our head, welcomed Heury CUy, woea me wiuxe nauea regarae as having been preserved by God for ine times lie be came our leader in that great fight, an! we ral lied around bira the same as the Whigs rallied around Old Hickory ia 1832, to put dowu nulli fication, f Cheers "l Thus yea see that whi st Whigs and Democrats tough- fearlessly ia old times about banks, tbe tariff, distribution, tbe specie circular, and the sub-treasury, all uni ted as a band of brothers when the peace, har mony, or integrity or tne union was imptr.ltf. Tremendous applause. It was so in 1850, when abolitionism had even so far divided this country. North and South, as to endanger tbe peace of the Union; Whigs and Democrats united In establishing the compromise measures ot that year, and restoring tranquility and good feeling. These measures passed on tbe joist action of the two parties. They rested on tue great principle tnat the people of each State and each Territory should be left per fectly free to form and regulate lheir domestic institutions to suit themselves. You Whigs and we Democrats justified them on that prin ciple. In 1854, when it became necesstry to organize tbe Territories of Kansas and Ne braskt, I brought forward a bill for the pur pose oo the sine principle. Ia the Kt&tas Nebraska bill yoa find it d'clared to be the true intent and meaning of the act not to legis late slavery into any State or Territory, nor to exclude it therefrom, but to leave the people thereof perfectly free to form and regulate their domestic institutions in thsir own way. "That's so," and rheers I stand en that same platform in 185? that I did in 1850. In 1854, and 1856. Tbe Washington Union, pretending to be tbe organ of tbe Administration, in the number of the 5th of this month, devotes three columns and a bait to es ablish these propositions; First, that Douglas, la bis Freeport speech, held tbe same doctrine that be did in bis Ne braeka bill in 1851; second, that In 1854, Doug las justified the Neoraska bill upon the ground that it was based upon the same principle as Clay's compromise measures of 1850. Tbe Union thus proved that Douglas was tbe same In 1858 that be was In 1856, In 1854 and in 1S50, consequently argued that he was never a Democrat. Great laughter. Is it not fun ny tnat I wis never a Democrat? Renewed laughter. There is no pretence tnat I have changed a hair's breadth. The Union proves by my speeches that I explained the compro mise measures of 1S50 just as I do now, and that I expliinedthe Kansas and Nebraska bill In 1854 just as I did in my Freeport speech, acd yet says that I am not a Democrat, and cannot be trusted, because I have net changed during the whole of that time.. It has occur red to me tnat In 1854 tbe author ot tbe Kan sas and Nebraska bill was cossidered a pretty good Democrat. Cheers It has occurred to ae that la 1856, when 1 wis exerting every nerve and every energy for James Buchanan, standing oa the sime platform then that I do now, that I was a pretty good Democrat Renewed applause They now tell me that 1 am not a Democrat, because I assert that tbe people of a territory, as well as those of a State, have the right to decide for themselves whether slavery can or cannot exist In such territory. Let me read what James Buchanan Bald on that point wnen be accepted tbe Dem ocratic nomination for the Presidency in 1S56. In his letter ot acceptance, he used the follow ing language : " The recent legislation of Congress respect lag domestic slavery, derived, as it has been, from the original and pure foundation of legiti mate political power, tbe will of the majority, promises ere long to allay the dangerous ex citement. The legislation is founded upon principles as ancient as free government Itself, and in accordance with them has simply de clared that the people of a Territory, like those of a State, shall decide for themselves wjjetk EB SIAVKBT SHALL OX SHALL KOT EXIST WITH IN THEIR LIMITS" Dr. Hope will find there my answer to the question he propounded to me before I com menced speaking. Vociferous ehouts of ap plause. Of course no man wilt consider it an answer who is outside of tbe Democratic or ganization, bolts Democratic nominations, And indirectly aids to put Abolitionists into power over Democrats. Bat whether Dr. Hope con siders It an answer or not. every fair minded man will see that James Buchanan has an swered tbe question, and has asserted that the people of a Tenltory, like those of a State, shall decide for themselves whether slavery shall or shall not exist within their limits. I answer specifically, if vou want a further an swer, and say that while under the decision of the Supreme Court, as recorded in the opinion of Chief Justice Taney, slaves ate property like all other property, and can be carried into territory of the United States, the same as any otber description of property ; yet, when yod get them there, they are subject to the local law of the Territory iust like all other nroDer- ty. You will find in a recent speech, delivered uy mat suic ana eloquent statesman, lion. Jef ferson Davis, at Bangor, Maine, that be took tue same view or tms subject that I did in my Freeport spet cb. He there said : " If tbe inhabitants ef aay Territory should refuse to enact suth laws and police regula tions as would give t eeatHv to.tnelr nronertw or to bis, it would be. .re aJered more or lees valueless, in proportion to tlie dluieuHies of ha Ming it wjtlmt such protection la the ca se cf pronerlyn the labor ef man, or what is usually called slave property, the Insecurity would be so ereat that tbe owner could not or dioarily retain It, Therefore, though tbe right would remain, tbe remedy being withheld, it would rollow tnac tne owner woid oe practi cally debarred, by tbe circumstances of tbe case, from UEing siave property into a Terri tory where the sense of the inhabitants were opposed to its Introduction. So much'for the oft repeated fallacy of forcing slavery upon any community." You will also find that the distinguished Speaker of the present tiouss or rtepretenta lives. Hon. James L. Orr, construed the Kan- an and Nebraska bill In this same war in 1856. and also that tnat great intellect or tne Boutn, Alex. H. Stenhens. put the same construction upon it in Congress that I did in my Freeport speech. Ine unoie ooutu are rallying to toe sunnort of the doctrine that. It the people of a Territory want slavery, they have a right to have it; And if Ibey do not want It, that no power on eirui can xorce it upon tnem. 1 aoid that there Is no principle oa earth more sacred to all the friends of freedom man tnat wnicn says til a i noiusututiwu, uu u-j vuuatttuuuu, should be forced on an unwilling people con trary to their wishes: and l assert that the Kansas and Nebraska bill contains that princi ple. It is the great principle contained in that bill. It is the principle on wnicn James .Bu chanan was made President. Without that principle be never would have been made Pre sldent of the United States. I will never vio late or abandon that doctrine if I bare to stand alone. Hurrah for Douglas. I have resist, ed the blandishments and threats ot power on the one sl.le. and seduction ca tbe other, and bave stood immovably for that principle, fight lug for it when assailed by Northern mobs, cr threatened by Southern hos'ility. Thai's the truth, and cheers I bave defended it against ths North and the boutn, and I will defend it against whoever assails it, and I will follow it wherever its logical conclusions lead me. TSo will we all, hurrah for Douglas. I say to you that there is but one bops, one safety for this country, and that is to stand Immovably by that principle wnicn declares tne rignt or each a'ate and eacii lcirttuiv to uccjuc uicae ques tions for themselves, f Hear hra, hear him. 1 This Government was founded On that princi ple, and must be administered-In tho same sense in which it was founded. But tbe Abolition party really think that un der the Declaration ot Independence the ce gro Is equal to tbe white man, and that negro equality is an inalienable right conferred by uie Aimiguty, ana nence, mat an uuman laws in violation of it are null and void. With such men It is no use lor me to argue. I hold that the eieners of the Declaration of Independence had no reference to negroes at all when they declared all men to be created equal. Tbey did Bot mean the negro, nor the savage Indian, nor trie r- cjee islander, nor any otner oaroarous race. They were speaking of white men. fit's so, it's se, and cheers. They allude to men of European birth and Luropean descent to white raen. and to none others, when they de dared that doctrine. That's the truth. I bold that this Government was established on tbe white bills. It was established by white men for the benenc of wnite men and tneir pos terity forever, and should be administered by white men, and none others. But it does not follow, by any means, that merely beeause the negro it not a citizen, and merely because be is not our equal, that, therefore, he should be a slave. Oa the contrary, it does follow, that we ought to extend to the negro race, and to All other dependent races all the rights, all the privlligesj and all the Immunities which Ibey caa exercise consistently with the safety ot society. Humanity requires that we should give them all those privileges; Christianity commands that we should extend those priv- eges to tnem. The question then arises what are those privileges, and what is the nature and extent f them. My answer is, that that is a ques tion which each State must answer for itself. We In Illinois have decided It for ourselves. We tried slavery, kept It up for twelve years! and nodiBg mat it was not prontaoie we abol ished it for ibat reason, and became a free State. We adopted in its stead tbe policy that negro In this State shall not be a slave and shall not be a citizen. We bave a right to adopt that policy. For my part, I think it is a wise and sound policy for us. Yon in Mis souri must judge for yourselves whether 11 Is a wise policy for you. It ycu chooee to follow our example, very good ; it you reject it, still well, It is your business, not ours. So with Kentucky. Let Kentucky adopt a policy to suit herself. If we do not like it we will keep away from it, and if tbe does not like ours, let her stay at home, mind her own business and let us alone. If the people ot all the States will act on that great principle, and each SUte mind its own business, attend to its own af fairs, take care of Its own negroes and not meddle with its neighbors, then there will be peace between the North and South, the East and the West, throughout tbe whole Union. Cheers Why can we sot thus have peace ? Why should we allow a sectional party to agi tate this eoaatry, to array tbe North against the South, and convert us into enemies instead of friends, merely that a few am- mtivaa racti eaay uao iuiu jiwucr ou a sec tional bobby? How long is It since those ambitions Northern men wished for a sectional organization? Did any one of them dream of a sectional party as long as the North was tne weaker section and tie fcontn tne stronger? Then all were opposed to sectional parties : hut the moment the North obtained tbe majority in the House and Senate by the admission ot California, and conld elect a President without the aid of Southern votes, that moment ambitions Northern men formed scheme to excite tbe North against tbe South, aid make the people be governed in their votes by geographical lines, thinking that tbe North, being the stronger section, would out-vott the South, and consequently they, the leaders, would ride into office on a sectional bobby. I am told that my hour Is out It was very ebert. Cheer after cheer rose in the air for Douglas when be took bis seat, and it was some time before sufficient silence could be restored to allow Mr. Lincoln to proceed. ittsintss artrs- J. & A. WOODRUFF & CO., Carriage Manufacturers And calers, Nos. 3, 4 & 5 Exchange Buildings, MEMPHIS, TENN. fr ATX Bow on hand one ot the lirxeit tad beat select 1 ed ttucks of Carriages anil Buggies, Brer offered In thlt rnirtrt, HtTtas haa a Iras expeit eace lathe buiUieii we know the winlt ot the eonmmn Bttr.aadfsslwimBtedls taTUS, that onr facUltlet for eettlaing good work are aainrpiued by any home In tbe 3sth. Cirrlaaet of err j description bsllt to order tad work intrantlel All .lal ot repAlrlsg done with tetuieetioddt pitch JunTl dSat J. A. A. WOQPBCFF At CO. a. e. sonait. B. PUELOS. MESIPHIS FOUNDRY Machine Shop. B. E N0RRIS & CO., MAKrFAOTCKEBS ot Steam Sarta, Saw 111111, J rut Mini, Gearing, Host Wolk inch it Frosts, Wln-Iaw Caps, Ac. Sttiiobcit repilrtis and lobbies work of ever deacrtrtloa atteaded to protaptlr. Prrioni aeodlat taHr work to ci caa rely oa settinc It it the tlaa ppHnraed. Wo are pr-pared to eca order! far Stem Eafbut lad Saw Ifiri on very ihort notice, and it law ii they caa be brtratht from St. Lonlt or Clnda nitt of the aime qqilltyot work Jyt-dtwly 0. COLEMAN & CO., AOESTS r0B THE IALE Or VIRGINIA MANUFACTURED inn SMOKING TOBACCO. GENERAL COMMISSION AXD FORTARmG MERCHANTS, No. 3 Madison Street, MFJ1PHI3, TSNN. eeylS dawSa a. o. CLAAX ...ion.n woobi hakkii. CLiARR & HARRIS, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 1G Front Row. Memphis. JonS . B. MASTS S- - ISTES. J, B. SHARPE & CO., WHOLESALE TOBACCO FACTORS AXD GENERAL C03I3I1SSIOS MERCHANTS No. 12 Front now, MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. i , nitrate anv Northern or EAttern bill with W the , or brand equally at rood, front 1 box to 1,000 ' BBOCE rtrrSAM jgBaimiu.i, rUTSA3I & STRRESuLYi FORWARDINGr MERCHANTS lTo. 0 Tront Stroet, Haw Orleans, WILL psr itrict attention to. ana jorwira wim ail ...trt. .it mli lotrsited to onrnre. REraitTO Metfrj. Ooteraia A Co., Mm . w Cor A Oo.,Met(rt. W A viotit w, xu smth. SAM P'V T If A M t. iv. ..t ..r tht ttcre house la toll city, and prrpared to make contracts f or for trdlcs, and to at tend to ill lettlementi tad other bsttaeii ct the arm. mrSI-ly . JT. JFJEIjLiOJWES, No. 13 Madison Street, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE UNION BANK, MEMPHIS, TENN. -r urowu. late of the atra tf Fello iwea A 5 f i elU- jM -tTeJM J e Go . like pleainra la acrjeaneUis to tbe m r.i,. and hit Irlacdi icaerilly. ,. v.Mti.r.re ao kindly patroslied hlai. tnit Ii prepared ta wait on them at th above Ho. on MidUon ttieet, with neai and itytUbaU. Mr F having Did an nperlenea ef eeveril years la the wlaclpil ailM ef tb Union. hetlUUt sot to attare ttheaaalvtrerfectiAtllctl to lU; lor "Stony ta Firm." It BM motto a-pi-ani AlCOaEW Ha.BX7Aa-weeBeeiC.BCri HOJOUl! fllEBETO fc ROJ0UX, Watch Makers and Jeweleri, 00SKEX OF ADAMS V AtALH BTiXTB( MEMPHISa. TIJDT. WE are cow la receipt ot a splesdld stock ot WATCHES, CLOCtS. aad JHWELRT, AalwUl keep coal tin tly oa hiniJ a -foil nrjply, Mckri At-reiiosible i srleeff We art1 n n.rr,t tndnroDilrlaAnddetntacit all tlBtsa.and wimsttoklve titUlitlas la all caret. OiUsndex- Aroaiointocxj. , .a. utrit-ti fiction parlors. B. A rAXXXB, 1E - B. A. rAAIItt, J A. n. a. iVYUtisaAV v sor, Succestors la I srktr, 3Hr At DtU. J COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION AKD FOBWABDI1TG MEBCHA3JTS, No. G Howard's now, lepU-diwSm MEMPHIS I. L WOOI1ET, - -Ntw Otleana. . - E. ETIIEaiDOE, Lata tf Weaklr eg., Tens. W00LSEY & ETDERIDGE, C0TT0N&T0BAC(-0FACT0fiS. AND OEKEIIAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. No. 97 Cabp Street, ' New Orleans. RDERS far Baulu. Im itaatatlan SteaMta. Am: vJpromBUTflHM.it lawwt wbofeaala nam. Aetata prenpur inula in uoM, saver or Kxcfeiase. atpja-asm . m noTOi...n. o. H0BTOS...r s. wooodzix. C. M. HORTOJf & CO COTTON FACTOTS, GROCERS, COMMISSION AND Forwarding Merchants, No. 33 Front Row, MEMPHIS. TEXX. TTTILL sirs tnair attention t tlx setflax, TV Btoruu and SMppUs of COTTON or otterfjj wtlsblnc Cotton SEYANTT-FiVX OBNTS see Bale Keep comtAntir on bind AaulBE.Saoaahd Plaa. tatiaa oappuei seoerany. aax4Sm HOPKINS, 8LOVEU & CO., COTTON FACTORS. Commission & Fonrardln? Mercliap.ts, no. u t rout itow, MSMPHIS, TENNESSEE. LIBIBAL Cub AdTiacet on OatfoB aa otborSVTT trainee la etore or far tMeytsc. ffeii Sope, BAKlnz aad FlaitaMu tfeppuae far-csS nlibad at the laweit Biuret rale a All ootuigiisenu fold far ceta er its eaalvaleat. anlB-Aa S. B. WILLIA3IS0X & CO,, COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION AND Grocery llerchans ro. VJ t reat How, Memphis, Tciin natii ana wui reeeHe, itera ine nil GOTTOK f.r 2 H wot. Oenv sltiloni cn tile, mod f smith inr and au i-iAniaiua aoeMiet at t ub an a. We tblak tall antra wlU oar tba Plaaiar battar. and m lbs td be more ntlif iciery both Is mater aid Vaetor. We keep es kind for nla BAGGING. BOFX, TWINS. 8UQAB, COrrEE. IIOLASSIS. ., Mfetaer wltb all ta article niaall- btptmUtsaSraearraalabllikiaa-ti. which we will f aml.b law far CA-h, or U Cotton caa 103 mi on account it Oaak prices. arpi-oawu a. H. W1LUAHSOK at on X- 1TZWA&T........-................H. C. X1SO. STEWART & KING, Cotton Factors GENERAL RECEIVING, FGXrTARDISG COMMISSION MERCHANTS, &C, No. 419 Front Row. OFFICE WITH J. W. HcCRACXBN & CO., JjI3-d6ia AIOBSAX.. ......W. B. CMBIfr. MORGAN & CHRISP, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 47 J ao.vr Row, Ur Staibs, Memphis, Temi. X3 AD Gotten cooeursed la a, wM be errand ar ir- sraaee, nnleia atherwlia InttraeW. lr2TwUwm T. STBATT0X....E MDATITT....l ft DBSSCOMB. STRATT0N, McDAVTLT & CO., UllTOff FACTORS, Grocers and CoraaissIeB Merchants, And Axeati far QrtiwoM', Cdebritcd Improved OoiWn X0. 70 FRONT BOW. MKMPHI8, HKK., WILL tlve tkelr bait itttaMaa te tea tale of Cotton And other nrodaee. Com auukia for aLorte .wr ing andwtltbmx, ttcenui par bale. AU cotton ia i tore tniarol aetata ataerwlaolajtiaaled. Woald iBTlte attention to aetr Sara Hack at lu. KtBX, Bop ud Plantation SnppUes )rt m M . O. TOWSSEXD ........c. H WHI THO BE. TO WNSEND & WHITM0RE COTTON FACTORS, ' Forwardlnj; aicrcnanls, No. ! Rank AvenMe, THUEB DOOBS BELOW THE BCLLKTIN" OFFICE. ,VV WILL sire their belt attwi'ha U ;he JtgSia ot Cotton aad other pradace. Odbi. iimea for Storlne, Senior aad Wttgl- ibs m kbii per aate. AH OttteB Ib tlere laMred aa'tt-. otherwtf a laalrncaM Ooaetiatlr an kind a soM lasplr of Bae-tnc and Hope tad Twlaa. TOWJTABND & WHITUOAE. islX-diwdm , A SAAtf LXT....3I. a. MITCHELL... 3. SC. SAItrLX. SA3IFLE. MITCHELI. CO.. Cotton Factors. COMMISSION, RECEIVIXO AND orwarding Merchants, BTAD1SONST., TniRS DOR EAST OFUNION BANS, ASDPFLT af beat Buulac and Haft alwipt la tlere. Ordm fsr isppllet SLed it theowett out prter. iBl-dwlr APBLEOit niLL, CMA1 H- DOBIOS. JB-, coowr oaaatr- L:e of Bolivar, lean. COTTON FACTORS AMU COMMISSION, RECEIVING FORWARDING MERCHANTS. Office, fto. 18 Front Row, On 2 1 Floor of Moeby &. Hum's New Building, -uiompnia 'A'snn. WILL a:l aH order carerBllT aad i n preset artrs tlaa toi3r beiieeM eatratted ta them. JiSMurtn j. su oro vns s. esovEt.... ..j. t. simass JT. II. Groves & Co,. Cotton Factors pg AND Commission iTlcrchants, 44 union stroet, jnnltiawem NEW ORLEANS. 1. L. WESB. ........ ......... It HLI.131. WEBB & RAYLiirGS Cotton Factors Commission Merchaats. One door from corner ef Main aoJ Union its., Tl ABTIGITLAK antB nakt to Beeelelae aad Per. AT wirdlat Goodi, hUk Urals, Baots, isd lE kaadaaf Frsdncs tad Miaafactared 8. W aleo keep a sonj atock ot BAGGING, ROPE. TWINS, BACON, MEMS PORE, Ac, which wa wit! raraMt aar eatsars at th ninei viice. Alt order Bvaeapefr ittonaed te. reiia-diwtm 'AUXS EtDEJt .J T rABBISH Meraphlt, Iran. AbrrtB, Mlaa. ELDER & PARRISH, COTTON FACTORS, Comniissiou &. Forwartlinsr Corner of Madison Street and Front Row, Over the Baakiax Eeua cf G. W. Cberr Co , Memphis, Tenn. JylS-iUwSia Memphis, 3ny 8ih, 1858. Jones, llrowii & Co., WOKLQ maoanee to their friend azd the paMtr, IMt In CBterlsg upon thla, their SIXTH BUSINESS 8BAS0N la Mempkbi. taey ferl It mcnmtwnt npoo th-si, to retsra their oaf rtanad ickaowlrdgBteat for th aa pinlleledpatraiiMaoaisd1ybetwtd, aad to praOr reaered uaaraacet of their wearied tadeaveti to de- terro a contin nance ted taere-aeef the ubm Oaritaek of Bagrtag. Koce. Twtse, Segir, Cae, M laiaea. Baron. Caadlaa, Sa t, Tbxe. Flew. Whbky tad FlAntitlon Ssprltes tenet ally toetther with aU article 19 car Hat, li f raah aad lane, aad a, lea at cab bo bid ta IMt irrtferCaAS,eraBenthBaaAltaratopBBO. tail dtalert. We bay it heaijntrters far GASH ALONE, aad we receive weekly AcaaklUaa to oar tta ; aa that oar sa- trost need not fear settles ta la'erior artlct, or tee otherwti thaa fmh. WcsatiactoSCoraad SIICtiM tlaar M price, eocentiper bait. Ootlea ttered ai iMrttofor ta osr taxi and oaiaauHoa9 Brkk Ware bet, aa Adam ttreet. Liberal Cain Adriacea Bide ea Oetton ttore, wbleh U ilwiyi lBinred, naleu otherwleet itraeted Karpectrauy, &e. Iy-daw4m JONSS BROWN A CO II. A. JOI3ES Sc. CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Office, No. 17 Mosey-Hunt's Block, Front Row, CQ ! J S3, ,0tXL. EJ" Ceatlra eaU of every kiad aollcled. BAGGINS aad HOPS, aad all otkeT tappHea, fsrnlahed it loweat rata. t,ST-Wm Just Received. inn CA3B3GlagerWlae,JtreoelTedaadaaral H. H. POTT R. BUlS Ne. ITS KalBitrrtt. 200 CASKS m per lor Ale aad Porter, ta plata tad Qeitujut rrcetvod aad fer tale by H. H. POTTER, ITS Mala itreet. my 50 BASrCTS ef the erteetiltd. Red Seal CaMaet Chisrpagne, Jail received aad fer tile by H. n. poniR, ayll 171 Mile itrret. r" C BARRELS lateeterCbai Bptga OMer. wir tJXJ take tweet, fBttfeetived aad fer uleb, airraated u. n. roTTKR, taylS 173 Kilo ttrret infi BOZBA ssperlar eaiHty Lew Grid TobKco, A. W JW I ri aaa 1ST aate ay H. H. POTTER, ITS MatB atreet. taylS fL ( CASES anperler Lnaoa Kyrsp. jaat reoelved and kJ J loTttwny a n. FOTTAR. met! lit tf air. atrret For Sale. A VALUABLE rntdenes a JetT na it ; t fat ill. For trrraa tpply to tolO-tf B. K-THrmaGB. MEDICAL. BOOK, WATSON & BEARD. NO lis At ila street, tuie )at ratetved aaeitcnitrt atacrtment ef MBS10AL BOOCS, Bteh Uey ire te&lag very law. Alts, a n sWr ( imw an X Interetl- uu paouotusciutaijuat, i4vefn tad seAeress. Cotioit factors. T. LANCXEWTOX rOBB....' C. TBXAOWAXL. P. LitV'E tl 0 COTTON FACTORS AaD COMMISSION- MERCHANTS No. 2 Sooth Side Usiorr Staxet, XIXFB13. TINN BAOOINO, Bap, lad rtABUtleti rjegaaassppBas tmllM at tbe lowest mtr BSHHket rite and Hsaral rub adviBcct, Bud on Cotlaa la alara Oar ebarcaa far atorac aad aMita rwicn tfc um rmir-, eos per eaM- aaso-ilawaai " - w" .....war. trrri, J WEBB & RTJTFIN. Wliolesale Grocers ao. mti Hnln street. Keep constantly on band a choice let of fc PRODUCE. Also th Anatt bfinda -f Basgms axa Uope! JaVAl JI Wi2A-a B yropaJsjB Lf fLfeg Jr caw J si I. W. M'CZACXXM.-.T T. Jf ACAALL...E. W. IIOOII. J. W. M'CRACJCEM it CO., WHOLESALE COMMISSIOTT aiBUCHAUTS, No. 4 Front Row, Gorcer af Court Street. MSB PHIS, TANK. WA3TEB It.CW tePiwls Dro4 Peaceet and iaelrt. " - al" aJ9a Htlt JK la CA1B WB1 EO PAH. aaalTiwXai s. rowLxni... T. J. rOWLXAS.. .T. F. ABASIS. F0WLKES & CO., COTTON FACTORS, Aim Commlssloa ilereliaiits. Post Office RuildiH?, Jefferson gt, MRMPHIS T3 KM BASKS, AtaufwttoealaaberntakaK Cotton Ota, made be Olin ibi. Brown fe o..ci man. n. Abm far tba aale af tae Orelea Oaeiberga. G.. tae BOATteat aad beat article to ka bad. WXbockavetaafkT tba rawal af car Mr, to I to oar frtn aad tbe pebitc gaaennr, with tae aa. aeraeca tea- wo are tkiHiilirr ff ABtzed asd faew prtptred for tae iriataetam ot iH kctlBea eeacded w aa. W coallaae tba Moras af rMWn aad other aradnesBt oarPtrarroof WaroBaaae. Inaarinot itAtted ansa, otherwise tartrate. Oar apeaaaUeraf laar,Bce arm AH Oattea teoaasaed ta aa PT aieia?!.!, aaam atbarwbt ezarttaM tabnt of ladtss. Si-aa of Cattae mite for aped, or aaarratiaU. V have A Urte stack ot Fewer Bind Loom Bafflec. alia the ...u..! tiiiao&epr.warriaiee AHe Meal rark. Baai !MJ, Lard. Ae. urn sited witb care tad dfcpsteh. Ijll-dawlia roWIX M A OO. JOtlS W LZSBETTZn.. .L. IXBETTEB. JOBH W. UDBlTnER & CO. Votton Factors awn Commission iUerclxants, io. - x roil r uotv, 2Vi:or2.i3lkA(3. Toxmosaeo. KJ Btxaaf aad Bop tad Fliatitloi SapeUet far a. laa-diwSs D. H. TOWNSEO, G H O JS JZ& ASD COMMISSION MERCHANT. PHOKFT attest loo Wta U gtartBc asd SelHscCotlea. aid itaal Ka. tl Preat Bow, Atraaaaia. er.etx-4awiT r. Mtiox .CABBI50T0B SfASOB. HeTl j- Sarin,. Uin. Lite af at a, a, Nerrell A. Boose. diic&sQjir aV co.. Commission 3ler chains. Vn. iet -t c.- MEMPHIS. TBNK. l3FartBBTeat it KlMiln Street p lUlri. aaie-dtwawSra WABSIAW HOWABB W 51. T. HOWAfiD. W. HOWARD & CO., Cotton Facto rg, Commission and a orwaratng jicrcuanis, NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW, MEMPHIS, DBALBB8 nt laMtfljr, B . Twtse. Saaar, Otnee, Mo laa tea, Ske, Fkwr, Lir), Bami, MtckeraV Salt, Li edoa Farter, Ar, Wise. Whliky, Tlaegar, Land-Flatter, and Orawile aeaarafhr. A tal atock sow ob hand, and for safe at rtiiaaikla pai- rn-OaA adraacea made on Oottaa la Met Mr ill tr ShlauMBt. Oar Open FoMey of lBeansea uteri au Oat- easaKaed U by water; aim, th itak ot Fin Our com ail.. 'oca f. r a.-ortaa- and aau.u Catta wui h-re iter bj 2 V per cent Tji receivtsc and f ir4tac SO nati xr kale a T daw A. O. GOODLETT. W. H. OOOBUTT. GQQI$IjETT& oo. BBCSIVIKG, 3?OSl,CCrAXiriZN'G- GEXEBAL C0JDIISM0?i 3IEKCIIANT6, DEALEB IX BsBf, Hope, and llanUtloe Saiiet, NO. 35 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. I,-Sa J. L- VEBAEB . MespMS. ........... JAMS H. BOBS, Lai at trarhaatvtne, Teas. VERSER & B0RTJM, COTTON FACTORS AXD COiHUISSIOxV SRCnAIVTS Up Stairs Moeby &. Hunt's New Block, No. IT 1-2 Front Row, Zompis, 1"o tj-n o w soo. "TT5 will pay portiealir atleatlaa to : TV or order for Groeertc. Bak. B . Ae . at w maraet rrteea. iyS-dawtf HENRY M DANIEL & SON, COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION A S D F08WARDIXG MERCHANTS, No. 40 Front Row, CGXtl3ArB, TcTlTI CSCO. SV ALL COTTON aoaatsaed ta B for f i Bsai !' T r, r, wt 1 se aeeered by oai 51 ma pIKy of lnanraaoe ; ilea, igelait tbe rt-k t Fire wall la atore sa'.eaa laetracted to tA oaetrtry. w chirge PI ITT GENTS per bale fatat-lnf tad 3eBB0ottoa. Oram for BAG GING and BOPS, and other eeppl'es, wlU be pneaptl, atleeded to i aid all laa.roctteaa taithfaUy obeyed. Ooarlaa tt of Ootton and oth-r prodnce, reapeet fally eettcHed J, IW.wlm L. KETCHUMc&CO., COTTON FACTORS, ABD Commission Merchants, TENNESSEE, ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI ALABAMA PHCDT7CB, No. 23 Front Row, Memphis. Txri E w take aatMag bat GOLTi AND SU.TE3 or Hs V V eqarreteat fer aaf tatac whatever hM by thtt tr hM by th inie-dtwivly Srat T. B. KOBXEirT... .....lAMOEL A. WILSOS. Lali of Atke, WBjm A Co. IVORtllElVF & WILSOIV, Cotton Factors AH D Commission Merchants, No- 3 Madison Street MEMPHIS, TANK. BAGGING, Bepe, and FlaBtittM SofpoM raraltked at tfee krwett Mart at Prlcei. aBt-dAwlEt Bk C. WINTERSMflH, COTTON FACTOR, GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Oa Baak Arenas, betwe a Hadlaoa aad Manree, (tee aal Mind of Dcuaer.y A Aydlett ) Memphis, Tennesste. 1 ASf new la receipt Qf aU:g tk, if GjoJi, aad caotttAtSy reoalTtBl A, eostiitirg ta part cf xac&lcr aad Hand Bope. seatocky Binlaz. with every variety ot Grecem. to which I imcoattaBt ly addlBg. I have aleo the beat brand f Xestocky J Be aad I taaeyi, taabann, OoMa TtrBt, Ac Fir- ttesJir atttntioa gtves lo MertBg had tU,Bg Oottoa 19 thla market er fr blpeaent laaeriaoe utTersed by tbe eirtM teteretted Order! praawtlv Atteaded to coaitgBBHnt solicited treat ray trleBit iBit-tt .t. o. wiNTSBSurm. MILES OWES, nElfDEB10! OWES, Lata or SuBtervOie, Tenn. MempfeM, Teas. Owen. 5 Given, RECEIVING, Forwarding ami Genoral Commission MERCHANTS, 3NTO. 27C IwT.lTk fOStroot, MEMPHIS, TENN. V V W B are prepared te gins car tsBdt rr.tl iCSSeS'1'1 atteatluo to tea -tartnf, Setnat IEb&S K5aad Sbreeing of Cvtloa, Tobaccs, aflK etbr pradoce cgaatgaat te ear care. Altoteth RaerlTbig aad FatwinHag of Gaede. AD CoukfBeMBt by But win b i covered by osr open poU- dea of iatariso. aad wail la iters bt osr Fire peney ef latoriBoe, wstm atberwUe lastmetrd. All leetrK tbi praatptly obeyed, aad all erden ferBagglsc, Hope, tad otssr FliaUtlMi Seqaptie Sued at th lowett Btir katBfleet. W thall alwar be Brapired ta tettl an Csttea aad etber balaaeet, ta aovteee with tbe taitracitaa of ar pitreaa. iBlt-twiw BABltETT URAIUH.i ...WK. SEX A3 niLL GRAHAH & HlXIi, COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION, GROCERY MERCHANTS, No. 0 Front Row, MEMPHIS, TENN. BaggiBg, Rope & Plantation Supplies on Hand. WILL give their belt itlrBtioate aealag 0tWo and Prodeea. O ae irtaa j for t Ulag Cettoo from tad fter lit Septtmbte IS p rc-nt. Fer Reoelvtag aed F- wudlng oatten sa eratt per ba - aalldtf S. W. VERNON- COTTON FACTOR, COMJIISSIOX ASD FORlYARDlAG aIEYVCuAHT. No. 6 Froet Row, ovarii eacham & Galbralth's, Memphis Tenn. Jcalt-law Sransgorfatioiie MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD CHAJTGE OFJCHEDCLE. I 1 r ",u"i eeni6rl-t 1567, tat -r 4IMUW ua reaa whi rim aa roitaw. rtuj. Tbe M ail aad fumm Train Witt leave Panola d.u. .. ... . .luj.ti . A at. SttaraUic. Kavts At emrkls at If at., and ...i... .. Fiaau at S p. at. Paraaei trinttac oa tbe XaB lrla caa ipead three aaara araa a sau ra xeap&M un mora 1st urn, dtr PiansxerTrim mikaa daee o&oaectlAa at Meou. wKB tho Jf ecrphii aad Cbinottaa BAaread sets Baal asd the Hfeapeia aad Ohio Bi Dread zebu HertA. The FrrtCBt and ACCamsMdatlea Trala iaaeaa nTiiimai. lAUrit 5 a. St., and irrlTa t Panola at KbJO a. m. BatBrBBi', leaves riseia at 11:10 a. auiad irslraa at jteapjv it r . a. Tbe FreU&t sad AicorninodiHon raat la WUA States autmallw feBewiBX alirea: Oakland, i icahun aaa umwii, uiere tsaaaaa coaneoaasa wrta 3Uf ea tbroaxh 8arratltB aad Lextsttetn tkesca to th northern terminal of tha Atljaliitona Central BLaUraeittar yaaton, jaexaoa asd Jtew (meant. TBreesh TKkets for Grenada caa ba aetiBHd it the Kfnpbia Dtvct, Tbla la math taa ihortttt mat, aad Btuauera leae. His Mttaplm by the meralni train arrlrr! t Ornli ttr AaieTBtBi;,baTttfiliTUsMUwbolw,r. X. w. siwiu. 185S. . IS5S. toeat Eastern Route, 3IE3IPIIIS ASD ST. LOUIS PACKETS AND at. Louis, Alton and Chicago RAILROAD. Tbe Jftorifst ab4 moat Direct Rente ' all tie Eastern Cities aid Piiscipd Fwta fF CANADA. rviBB aaly Beet by wtkh PtatMHt cut steeat X Tltk-t U the BAat. ,U San i glial Brtdge aad Nla- sira ran,, raatena a from st Ltett reaanjax Kw Trk In 45 hoar., aadBcataalstShMrt. Tbetid,pesB- iar aaa rUAe rest oetweea St. Lesl and She KertA asd Bait Fawtagen.ty heart ride, arrive wUfeto teelaaaeseeof tbeenl air ef the Qreit Lake vtatt th Largest CHl-a la th Watt, view NtAaars Fans wMh- wai extra oral lay over aai rtnm their anreey at aaeir cob eicace- Ttcxatt good far IAS day. Basest; ucicu arenga. j-are at low ae 9, lay r Bwaea. TfceM at iack aa aay other Boat. Tieketa feratahed direct f rata Mea-nhl to in tho Xi. m OKlaa, lEdatinj mtl Cteslovi TitaeU at St Laett. Tbe Boad hi I net isAred tta leaet fraei th lite oooai, aaa piitnger aa rely oa BAklsg aHreet tad D-dr cecnoctleci. Tal reel carriei fraa, St. Laett, THB AMZ3I0AK AND DXTTAD STATXS XXTRISS, Aad tba GREAT NORTHERN t EASTERN MAIL. Infemilioa rtgArdiBg th Baete, eaa be pvecered at TBOS. WIIXIAMS A CO., Airnti, X: 3 nawird'aBow. MnaH, Far the St. Leatt. AKoa and Cslcaro BaSroad. ty8-Hy 1 Garel. HAVING reesated uilatb FCBNlTfJS.3 BWNZS3 ittheeMttaad. aad ire Bow reeivlee aa nMireAy bow asd wilt eetect-d itoex. which aaaaot bat pleaae aa. both !a prle aad atyle. Thaakfal to aU ay frkrad fer their paat liberal pttraBigt, would itM aoMtK teeer win, AN woald be pHAsed t atrv ya ataka vtT tr H. M GB0STZN4HI. t M. OBOSTEBOK. t. 1. CASr. GROSVENOR, CAMP & CO., Wholesale aad RHilt Bealet la FURNITURE, PIANOS, a Oil Car&etlns. SCa MATTRESSES, OF ALL KINDS ON HAND, AND MADE TO OB DER. 3S0 Main Street, below Madison. QfT-tf Memphis, Tenn. RICHARDSON'S IRISH LINENS, DAMASKS, DIAPERS, 4;c CONSUMERS ef RICHARDSON'S LINENS, tad that dretroat t btatattc th UINVINB GOODS, iheeht ae that the artielei ta- paillim am taalad wrta te ran bib ar uie arm, RICHARDSON, SONS &. OWDEX. At a gairaaty at th faiadaati tad dtiibWdj of the Tat elation I rendered enuatlaHr neceteary a Urfe eeaattti t latertor aad defetaiv Llrea an prepared. t'aB alter t9, aad aeited with the aim f RH3K- ASBSDS, ar irwa Baaa.wBo,regirte f the -iary the tnsicUd aUke oa rat abHm oaninmer aad tho aaaaef Ktarer af the geaatae Goad, war set rraH- i, tw 1 a iseia aopreatiarr, wanepaiwaaerseiB b laipawd oa wflh Goods ot a wortalen cbaraetar. J BULLOCXB A J. B MM3KK, t dly A veal,, 35 On a re, ttreet. New Tetk. : Jigency. T AM prepared to fin ordera mm the raitafactory xw.r ueoa, ac rBMiaiipaii far ina Rattkaf, OvBaaMatal isd ArchMnta Veraadaht, let wwris. Sat, wiet er tail. Stairs wt k BaMbc, Ofeilri. B, teeny Btaaaejg, IVentalat. Grey Moem. HrfvhtBg Porta, Stataary , Drat. Senper. SaMe wtth Ifirbl T pt. Hat and Daaki ia StanSt. A per Iran of niiriTtK. retHirar; aB f th lttt aad Bet appro d atyles, aaa be ieea at y . rar ef vaeaa aaa Man meets. . w. MANNA, Ast. Ledeereaey. aapit NETF PIANO STORE. THE STODART PIANOS. P. FLAVIO HAS tbt pleiMre to 1 rat ear to Ut Irlradt aad th pabHc genariHy. tttit be hit bea Appotatad by Men. Stcdirt A Merrtt, of New Terk, Agent far th aalt ot STODART PIANOS. BeiBweaBC at their Hare as. Madteea rrct, fr datet freat th Dakw BAak, 1 lirt stock wbMA wt ka r.M at Srm Fork prieea. eaes wlr Cierfe's Sale OF 4 Lots in Greenlaw's Addition, NORTH MEMPHIS. Jctae L. Ra rtt, Aa'r, ef Jabvn'I H. Markhira, AxeaaW, retlUoa to ten Real v. f XU tetopiydebt. MiUMa Marthia, et. tta j BT Tlrtaeel a dee 1 r tax Oaaty Oea t ef f hefty Gonaty. staee it the Octabet Term , tSAS, la tA above caa, I will offer at petti itle to the bUheetkWin, Oa Thursday, Kovember H, 1858, la mat et the Caaatf OMvk's ere, aa Madtaan llre't In iy eUy ot Mespbei. LU Not. 3t3 ttti S, ra t tato ot Fifth atre t; Lot N. 313 aad 2.S. vat ildo ot 3 zth ttnet, ta what Is tscwa a d tealaa'a Add: ilea. North Meatphlt. eUtthiv laeatad ta a pletaaat amghbor beod. aad In a port ton of tbe annua ef Meaaphia rap idly linprotl S TEEMI oae-loartA payable la three sa ha. a-d the resalBder Is eqail tetU'amta la S, 1. 18 aad 31 BMBtkt, the pel chtrer gletac hoa d wMh iw at atere ar-ti. aad a Ilea rrteiatd for tbe pa-chee mnaey bb Ul Inat payaMBt. JOBN P. TBEAAVANT, oclO tea OVrk. iL GENSBURGEH, 2iArACTwBEX or Trunks, Valises & Carpet Bags, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 324 MAIN STREET. (trrr aadOaawtry Kertarit ant th i nahue leeeralir. ire ravrHd toexi- loe my tleek, whlb, la quality aad NrthrWett. Work dene to erder faBygsariatled. AHktediatB. paimg ttoae with ceitaeei aad dUpttoh. BtBa aad rdraprae4ly attended to. deeS-Iy Late Arrivals of Boots aad Shoes. WE ire mw It receipt of aer Fill and Winter ileck t DeMTS. SH033 AND BBOGANS, to whMA w wteet lavlta attoailsti. We have takes naeteal pintt Is getieg op air tteck wtth nftraaw U tkl atarket, aad lael aiisred that w em give utttfactita, bath Is prle aad qHty. Km plantert. River Tradeti. and Merebiata, gtatr aly. we 4d rutaeet aa exasiiaitlaa keftra pare a -tag. Terra i Catb, r etty aeeeptaaeM. trplS-Sa WALLA PC TAN FBLT. Dissolution, alBX firm of Mental A Wird, B W. Herri, aad D C Ward, it this day dlieolTd by lent nil caateet Tke at be.lae, wB . b tetUed bv D. 0. Ward, tad - bote nvlrtltl to 1AM rs w tax notice teeynraKpar bbtir lrtbteilatet or they vm te eegeeted by law. B W. MOlBiSB. JelySSthlSSS. ' D. G. WARD. JS'ew Firm. Wt. HORTON A D. O WARD, have this day at . aeeUted eeMtlvM togetber. at tkeoM if Brief Merrla A Ward, a ter the itjt tf tlortoa A Ward, fer tae ppe ef oaeac a gestrti Waeleaal and R til TB.T (J tODfl banaeet, whefe they win ba glad to aeo tbelr aasaem rrttsd aad lae prsbrlc gea-rilly, aaaar irg thera that they ihAkl te potttely waited apes, as obu a Gdodt oa th best te rat. JltO-ir HORTON A WAAP. OLD PENS BEPA1BED1 ENCLwSB IbenA, with 61 ceatt each, U S etat atisipe or 60 cent ta money, to my iddreu, tad they wtD be retarned by Bull is good order. nwesjs a BAUisi Gild Pea MiaafacUry, Jyl-dtwly No. S3 Third ttreet Loeltvine. Ky. Wotice. RRSOLVBD, by the Board t Mayor aad AHerra ot tbe Utty of Mearpbia', That th Mayer k p a ttand iBg at tie In two ef the city paper,, that na aeroeat Atalnit the city wrR be paM saints aude by asthartly ot the Mayer ladBotnl of Aernea tad appra d ky th Mirer. Ki tract frara th BBtitet. a. if. un u ii, iyor, L R Bichabss, CltyRcglater. Meswhta, Wtil 6. ISM. anT-tr Hume F. BLill, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, iolary luhllc. CGMUISSIONrR ot Deeds, Cmtwloeerot Gaertot CttrsH. DaHed Stale Con liHlaaer, Mtrapbl. Teen. Office open frost S A. sr. to 9 r. m. Atteation rtren to Ike ackaawiedgmeat or ore aaa etner i tins, ca-t ot wrlUeg, la tad oat of office ; to the preea-iag er Deed, and AM other lartrSDraU ef wrttlnt; to th Ukln f Depoattlsu ta be oaed tnthaaereru statu ud Tcrrl- tortri i to protett a ote aaa itib. t na tw tzl a la lets lediite coaa ectMa. isd penoni can rater by the iMe twor wit tae tnierr Kim at tne freat afS ca. A Oceania tad aate for collect lea or tall left it thtt tote wilt be pliced ta !hehiadt of re at Me oSMff. jyll-n Cabinet tftlafcers ASD Main-St., Old Stand, bolow Monroo. fTat dial vtraonatt tfostt Ib Me cilf.i HAVB coaitABlly sa hisd all tlie of Pit t BarlAlCsAei, which they lla and pat ap aK-"ght in the belt su ur. Alio, all kta or w " " 07 red C0ns,.whlf they MU at a rati Fy. (Mn r tv. -i ,t . mnt attended te. MPb Bltsr made tt rtstsai, saa Oplu ittatlsi ciawtod. r rj-ly C. K H0LST & SON. To CottOii SMpperSa Great Eastern loute TIA ST. LOOS AXD OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RAILROAE. HATINS) keen ifaouited SOLS JGXTSL weaevjre Ptrad ta receipt threes lo ui Ska TiYinrirTTIT umaa. Oattea aad aB Mernhaaoiae eat tae sbeewJUad. Thle Boa to Is the CBAAPSWr aad UOST XUEBhH T!0' A tar the tiavaBwtailaa af COTJOAT AJiS HaBt- CEUAtoisa io all poufrs soarr. axd sasb-. Cetlee eatir-d fur aay at aha lltilBtra aad B,, avirktta ay tali Beat, haa iBeadviaSaaeajt beta eae eaoia JtolMoe r Baal fatal 8. aVsaas, Sklnkj avetdlBS the daart and teBJea aBBaaaBBfcet bbbb til. tike atvt(tu..n We are arraajn, a. r.... -a - a. JtnS?VImuiI ""'l are laaft, tia. we cab abta dalle. Taneua a.i . , . - u oalhtdeaHmor " irTiiiSlai" iverr jawrattai nr-m appntat oa te BUS 1L lUan a. m . M twatarliaaa 1 1. I 1 . I muQX m. ITJALIA A Aw Up JatlUTAA. TO ALL lEASTERJT .fc ATI.tTTTf! rTlarK mumm AEARhV!m RAILROAD. THE tree at eeeapertlea d th Boat Tttai 1 1 adj Iteta Kallraad lortu aate great asaaihtslV dkaat -- --1 uni ii in iii rinaa Tfisiiiisi i WASmNffTOrt CITY, BALTIMOHR, AND INTERH DIA' a2t 399 3Ks asry O- ThrtaA KA tayfM Cttf M tut ! M'vKmiMn CiiBanBattaBaaelae. ra aanataaee aad aa.'erlortu at ta aw real herbe ap uted kytke - POM orriCB BBTAJMalBJcy. tl l war tin; lo It the (jroat SMtken UHi Autre tbrvacA alaee lerrlA . Xa rtk at hefcg an paaluil by uneat- Tk-raalp Baataay Baaw rreea the tad a all 11 oafcrbraa aac warn i aad Gear!, la by tbe Mem pate and Chart. Ma j auynf ti tarenea a Daoasuvj aaa 1 . NEW YORK- PHILADELPHIA, BALTIA40RK. WASBure-Qif. RlC'.JtCMB. cHARLsrron, tKremmtm, : SAVANNAH, Jf. i ' ; COLITMMA, AUGUSTA. NA8HVILLS, KJiOXTE. ATLANTA, LYKCttatllfUi, CHATfANOOGA. MORTSOMikr, COLOMBtJg, sua the VIRGINIA Stit4t. Tlrklt fail tw Ma aatakiaiW - Ka bet. TKiikars. Me-sAai. aad tlea. l"Mi(t eHtt laitaod aad aa tknaa aathn IBlflWSM K AT L TSLAJAT - - S r. M pphia at an ttatt . -07 at g r. h . ii ..h - -. THE. AOCOXMOOATtOM TBAXBT Ml I Bkh DAILT (except Saadayi) at ScSBa Bar arrfU aad Seaad Jcoct'ui ataau - GBXAT SOUTH EBJi MAIL TAA IV t OeBtral aUttraad to BTolbr natiaa t - v -.-a mm jerw trieiBt. UBBI Hriaa Jioctl-n with t'eta- to Bel rear. Jm R'tiralnga.l'i lea Btmo a: and Oraadl . lOSy. m ; ar-lTUmat MevpaMrt S 7 r. at. at ihi wai a aaav ibm ae throasA -tier- era, Calambai. etc , to tk avtaB f th Mobile and Ohio BaHand TArewpA rjrAefi lif aerd warhthe "epptng at aay potst aa eoaBMiaal aad Wuraat Wibibi. and at tta J :tatta. Aaeh veeaaar wtfl b - - - baasag; aaarttd w be carrtad aakawMthi the Coanaey win bwid theauet 1 imennt Bat exeeedtec fiS. Xr-iree,, -hen traeetlnc aleae. Meat haea 1 aecthetBl towhKA thevartaaaa that thej an t travel by rain ad, or tbey wfl 1 ' . .- - i.,.. wat eaeew . BBS SB IBi reeHved a tk ear wol , thrtr ewr-er t ha e&trka itothTbt Aaaat, Ce la aa, es- hw yenen to viat Sot i biiibi aa ef ihiim BaOraadtmwi aMtoataa ftilti thaa ararBMa, . , B. ATA JaalS Siiimlaltailft. Mfaatl. July 10th, 1S5S. ANOTHER REDFCTISM! pmsm & vmm FreigfMt JLines: THROUGH RATES FltX i W YORK -TO iaempiiis, Term., AMD- Tiiscnmbia, Alfi., CIIARLKST. AM SATAJIifAHI The fraJlHtvlHe: KsKm IT as and Wkarfas at Char: nana aad Bmre ideaiiBM rrua Mew Terk : 1 Taa laakl i Fkrat Ctaev, per ISO Lbs .at si flinil Otoet, " l 4g TMrdCta a, ' ........ i n lex. Hats, - l bs Special Bate j it fa. 1 1 s t i M ClafelScatitm m Ifce jfcTe I FISST CLASS Dry Goods t bn aaa 1 Farter. Seeta. aad SUUmmt. haata. - OHt, A , ka bMtls ; CaaBbeae aad Mriuea waarra,. r 1 1 Tl II I Mill I Tl ISI III I fljlll lata j CleflJ. t- IKtkaerMe. Citl OaAa Calty. tBeaaaa.iaeka, and bom; Drcta, FrttlU. Pratt 7 f Sfcr v". aidaa See., Leekto Wania, tad Looking Giaaa rata, fat wavr'a riak.1 - - cat aad Jarti Saddlery, r tad Brttaaata Warm. ae. tadSten a 8 BOON D CLASS Bardware, (except aaMacad la Firet aad Talrl Cface ) Cask Ma. her i Fv Ka Uoaer, la iamh aad pipes i aokanaykaiaaaw Leather ta rotla aad boar ; mi, la. banal seat li Ibi i O oekery and Qneeasware , rm cratat aad taan a Mae Whmag. Pla er. saeet Bra and Paper. TBIBD CLAAa Axe., Shto, ka M. n la l tec and Tra. In pica. Tin Plaias, Aar. Tttaa, cathead Chain and Bom, Maatla aad Col too Cardans. GBat . Bavy Caattae, Mill Geeriac, nirragt thjihtsi atal Sxtca, RaHraad Wheel aad Axt. Ohair. a Boela IB baireta. SPBtlAL AATBS P-jrcltnre aad r.iilmi feL aad other ttcht artlclri net enaeaen tted ; afcoAM Acya, or oth- Ctitnih ala, will b cnfBd w-xoie r ir i L. aea rate,. T All it alt a aa Mtaaahi aad faat twatB Taacumkla aad MevAnhla, akarsad Mesiahi. t all Ratt-n at at Ttnawkli TiHCambU S3" SblpeitBi ta. SavanaaaW -- ha AfeatOvntral Aatirad. SaTaaaaa. GectalB. r-hrpaaeativu Clurtritw, ahowM he atadMadta Apeat scat caeeltB- Banrtwd, fki itlilia, Bl at ,ta ia a jora : BSnsr Aat vhMiwtoB LAM, IM 1 J. A. S. n treat BaraBaah Urn ne 1 Whe will cheevttmv nadir Mnihiaii mm, aad taralaa aa arc aaa ry ahlaatBit tafnatoMa..! MtTI, h T3-Keadt UI Bot be rtaa.aa-li Bar daaaaawa - - riagitSea. Ow-chargM pn erptly nla T BF tka Mvettag Baada Tae ttaf wljraid win trace mm an - -- Iker - Be, aad If Bat SaaaA tharty At iSHtaatbn, wBT pay far them. XT It hi aeairta- la a:i caae of delayed and, M Mie be tr a to Ike aaarr la faadeat ar tha Aw read, Tta aadntisuid, taoreer that tba iibii elate. ttBtlea Btiy w laeettlciied aad laaaedtad vKABSa W. AXDraov. M A at, Jyt-tt p. o. Add aa. Seal tea, Urn. AvateacA py. NEW YORK & CHARLESTON STEAM SHIP ONE. Throiigrk Tickets WBAM MeargMaery, Ala., to New York JM M AtlanU, G., to New York St W Attaasta, Ua , to New York a Can be aai by app:iuoa at lb Rait ed Tttha at h patot. VTBW" TODJC AMD CMABL1MOK il Wheat u. s. Matt MaBMhej (Asa IB Ferty-Elsltt Xours. - SAM Ml IPS GOtSMBTA. ISee too M. . XASKVILI-, kfOO son. .. ..L. M. Man ay. - - A VMM, Mi U ..... JV. mabjoa, n as tea w. J. Lmv AAsat't W.axfl tym W BtSBaAW j s i- VRBAT at High Water. " T Vatit expreeely tor Mrll Hse. v attoty, tpeed aad eaaaHet, ar aartt aid en toe aaat. Tab, a applM w.th eTerr aaxarr . aitaaTe izi BtetM-iailTS. wilt taa.- travttora ay SAtalte every BMMtettrt, havtog tStaiat etote-nee taeom BteditkJa. Fart WM er paa.a. anry to MBNBT M I88AOOK A 00., . Oa-r Bt Bay and AtH-r'a Son Wharf, rvll-tf Literary Bureau. AN Fxperkaced Easter, a ancwttral Astaer, tad a tkerewrhly tdeeaM LU acy Maa. weary wk twtsly-Bve y usee the deadest j af DaaVy JmiaiDiw, bis iletermraed to acre owt ac aeB htlbriM at retaB. to tbeee whs may rtg,etr br twvtt, ta aay beaer le way. Merch tBt. BaetBtet Men. tavraatti. aad dealer s at every kind wn , tappUrd, taT kiad, wtth Advil Wet- aatti, ipeeutti or ota. r.t. j atnraa. rjaeee, uuiaiii'. r aay apeci f article deetred Fa Itioae wlU be teeplltel wiu SputheJ. Beverts, RworetioB. Letter,, Toaata,rinplik)ia1,ai WUlitt As r titles, CastaiBBIcaUgBit. and -.ty albtr steteC Bnta Week, wblcA th, ra-r Sad it limn Hiatal or trenMe tara to da tar theaaeet a. Tarriea .BdGesttcra, ef e ry raak la aodety eree sspaHwi la Uf. eaa hat Letter wiltita ea any tab Jeet wbtherbBitatr laatlaiMliU The advertiser w 11 ! cecdact ar triBtlii wrB- dene rf every kiad, either BadUk, Preach, German, ar Italian, v t ait tm . i iii lima afe doax. Mcnodlea. aed Oatopeettl a ot the wt diDeuaj aad cMBdratl. i character, teat to eeevy FOMiaai ! caiMUoce or evest la Ife, w" t larateaol la laMBS i onSaBca, by wrltlag to Ike andenigBed, mil liliilatBa "'olerabr tl. cBtt'ialcd wKA tart, wBI kt siiMNy aadpneyitteaSedto. Add It anl BoxSSPbl'- jlph- F. O.. Pa. STGHEWiRE IHOHCM Uj Valentino Uiat-i & AstSat Schwuul1, Fort Pickerings On tbe right band side of tbe Mioslsslypl and Teaaessee Railroad, seer tba eor peration Hne aad rivec-fTT- vrrn rctpectfrtly inatantt the Htbiktiig i W a IfONEWAR- MANDDAOTCKT. where o4 1 weklBtUi line, treat ahatfgaikia lag to i- ' riSea.1 larilreaa oaK ANtea tl-, ire D AaViS? Btaraawercota eaa aabt-lcVt, i af-aWrArvteaiMc. AstwttMacto tthea inf. ULgaf etertlltfe, nl preat lS. tepBa-Jta sain Ha --v.