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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAI BY lrTCLASAHAN. TROUSDALE ft DILL. MEMPHIS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1859. VOLUME X.-NUMBER 162. I V ill 5 m ilailn Appeal THE WAS I I I I IX. It I.IIIHM Tki frwrt of OnKTo( Eerossroa War MobUizmttom of the IVwrin -eVstt TV efert ta A-ossclos and Peru, etc Pram the I. Mian Times. JroSl pboipxct or a i;kcul sor.orEAii wab. Pruasia hat at lenirlii Ireen " far in by Ik dtsoands of tli mirror Isinian and tfcrakmd aannon' of tne G-'mi: a. to have aeieftrrned. it i said. o make pro positions to France, til rejection of which will be followed bv srdBe d-eid.es: -put of the frvernm of Br rlin say that we haw beea mipT-r" mat. Abj one posses -,! of tl knowledge Ccmrinentsl polities I step on the We cannot 4 fnr auch an the smallrat le must hive of these dis a str lantern -iter brine the d of collision Prussian Ee- torr Lrnperor -sapoi with Northern rent is not now ejuarrrl in whie con'rarr, ne ana tne otner tserman prifcet find it almost necewsarv for the preserrat 01 of the I throne to make some more in vrmpathv with The apUtios which p et a l- throughout Ger many. WbotaMr xSrere be time nets arrest the movement, whether the present Fin-list, covernment will be a Ms ta prevn' the threat ened rwptarr, we eaanot pretend to say In this couatrr we whoare bapilv neutrala miy still look oa the question wirhaom-rlee-ree of coolness. We alt feel that Germany haa leritiaxxte reason u dread the open nr of a new cycle of European werrfaie. and the' Prussia auri her allie are justified ianleuMudinc explanations as to the Emperor Napoleon's raft, ment, and strrn:theiiu' ber national in case the war should pv any chani to the German frontier, or srme evi which would make it lmpos.bje for eminent to remain at panes. Our wiles the Germans in this ease ia i necessity of the demonstration tliev to make. They declare it is ur.avoid. French military ambition now r r i est oat! 1 1! Rhtre is attacker! it is better t. nee- the denser bald tenses, extend I BBSsSt bee that The bare of the Mine o, thei sai , is one of the defense of Grmar.v. and if die northers coast af Use Adnati were onc session of France it would be ii Germany to be sure of tranqu lli month. To this we answer that conjured tip by the Gemnan issar Titioaary, are at leas' greatly The French, though good soldi those uresis ible beings which picture to themsejres ; nor can that the line of the JaUneio is it importance to Germany. Tree. 1 of Verona and Manu guard the ritory. and that latter lies in ad German ci'v of Trieste ; bat but great a refinement of diplomac that, because a position beyond i ders is a strong one, the.-, fore tl t s a menace to ourselves, who to do with it. and would not be ju ternational law in marching to in tne poe poesible for swHaaml e conceive ly of such i fortresses tnetian ter nce of the tact uton 've nothing 'tied by in s defense. A-uiuie principal matter to be considered bv Uie Germane and in justi e to tt-mselvei and Earop; they should approa-h it S'rioaaly and eons lentiously is wh-ther th,7 caB ?J ? ,kwp th' Awatriansia lulv. Now tilts wbt-ct we wor h. oatany reference to the tni w& foregone conclusions ..J. future. in tlmM of war men live f - K ' aurdity to adect ty of view as to tbe events sJ? ?" -""? changing. Two months i..., p.. K.J - I J.J - 7 l as we iicino tier were generals who, according to . . -x. w.u f. .u.un - U1I lh-arv ni'ir star. Trei- carairv. Their ..ii . .t . 7 - ' " "'-'J wr inuuini 1.1 HUKIHI g. O mmwm pturci or lueir KIBil. in tneae cir- "TS -aces they stood oa an equality with the Fren b, or rather they were superior to them, inasmuch as they held the const rr whirh was tbe subject of dispute, and it did not seem likely that an s power c ju'd dislodge them Then, no' only Germany out England reman- stratel strongly against any attack oa Aus tria, and one of the basis of negotiation as proposed by Lord Mai mesh dry was that H e treati of 115 should be held sacred and in violable. Nothing woatd hare given s more pleaaare than that these bases should ha v. '-e.. ar ep-eo, and that no shot should 41vp been fired in an Ital:aa war. But this no. to be,aad the Germans cannot lake . n ,. selves to ignore history. By t, Van. or Sardinian territory, ..--i-.Lj , fu their adeastages : sj, alia, ' issilthll litsMsIl b landed l' CJJhlTu ' fffTI frTvi of ""'rbelmmrforcef, and then they com-mfBr-w a retreat with a desperate rapidity -.ich la as uaicelligtble at tbeir advance and e ibsesjarnt apathy. To do them justice, they elo not seem to ha've ben beaten aa thev were beaten by Napoleon or Moreau, but they have Wfti drawn off aftrr tach ncoant?r, la ;nc Xht field and tbe honor of the day to the ene tt.v: and Dow, without strikiDC a blow, they and toil and eejet, dur:sz forty rears, baa beet abaroosve4 fo a week. Placenzt, wbicb bai stwara orerj a roai g: ;ell"ee with f. e aliana sod Aar tortifiratioDs of wbicb ttireateB-tl ' i4ay indefinitely tbe advance of an invading ertey, waa left in accb bane tbat Uie aYlliet nave Dot only cprared a east number of (runs but newsisiona and materia It of war eitticien to eive no small help to their armv. So: onlt has this ryeat fortified place ard Pavia, place of abandoned, but dozen poeiti hare been ft tbe rapidttx into a flirt re a battle mizht ve been pass' rl is a ssi Everr town which tb. Austi left has rises, appointed a cover: placed itself under tbe distttomhi;' of Sardinia. The important city "t decbiea of Parma, Mnden- and Tut .the tare , been revolutionized. We need not furthe"- re- j capiulate the fa i hires and disasters of On. Gynlai'a army. We w vj!d merely ask whether tbe positioti of tbe present time is tbe same sa 1 tbat of Easter Strndat ' Bow. then, can Ger manv expect that the banc! on the clock of time ! can be part back so as to allow Austri chances as she pose tared before b had (riven proof of incapacitv and a me rals nies of weakness- After all. when nations appeal is, wsj met but, aoioe try II, an t it laepute i impoesible that Austria, who has done her part ia teariatT the treaties nf 1813, caa now I claim, sjad j r tiieir sanction, what she hat lost by arm. How can Austrian troops again arsrriaoB Milan, except after some important srietory, How ean an army wbicb is besiege i j 1,1 fiat i law it at the extremity of Lombardy Maim to return to territory out Of which it has been driven, except bv showing itself superior i to the armv who has for the present wort ed i. If Germany had made these propositions to France when the Austrian were on the Tieino, I then there would have been some reason for this warlike attitude ; but to expect that Louis Napoleon caa, after two gr-at victories, and i after driving h'e enemies some two hundred j milea before him, acquiesce in the conditions j which were acceptable before tbe peace, is moat eaia. He would ask, first, w-bv German v supports Austria in Italy at all ; aiid, second'- j ly, bow it ia that such a policy baring been adopted, tbe propositions of Pruasia were twt j made while there was still a chance of their acceptance. It Items to every impartial be stander tbat tbe interference wbicb is now j threataoed ought rightfully to have taken place I on the first Beers that Austria had crossed the Tieioe. VrsiLirATIOK OF THE PBtrStlAK A SWT IK- TxarEatBicr in rst waa The London .Vers of Juts 23d, says i Tbe Prussian Government has published an author itative statement of the reasons wbicb bate induced it to place two-thirds of the military forces of the c ouster upon a war foo'ior. The Praaaiaa Geaettt in I late article clearly avows that the mobilization of six army corps it a measure preparatorv to interference be tween the bclltgeren's. It la e apis easy stated tbat the porernmerrt of the Prince Regent, con sidering all that It happening ia Italy. "ctvuM not but think tbat tbe moment bad come for intervening fee tbe i- . !,!., r,e;,t of peace." This announcement of course enhances the in terest of tbe declarations of public policy srtncb it precedes. The Prussian writer commences his state ment bar claim rag for his government a part in tbe settle meet of tiie affairs of Italy, ia its quality of a great p.iwer a claim which no one will dispute, although it ia one which might be preferred by powers greater than Prussia, which, nevertheless, are content to remain spectators to tbe re-eseat conflict. But Prussia aeee danger to European interests in this war, which we are told " threatens to take a turn verv serious for the principles which govern public European law and for the main tenance of tr,. balance of power in Europe " More ambiguous expressions could not hare been selected from the diplomatic vocabulary. We are left to guess what are the principle of public law which Prussia would think worth fighting for; but from tbe frequency with which it is insisted or, we infer that tbe oCcial writer bad mainly in view the effective super vision which the great powers are la thai habit of exercising over the territorial arrangements of the continent. That right is referred to at the commencement of of tiie article now under notice, and it it asserted rtroogly in another eentet.ee, in which H It declared that Prussia in arming ' defends the independance of Eh rope, which would be menaced if new arranire- -Dents i ..eser.' that it bow in !lowet b- taken in Europe without the great powers. There it much a this last allegation. We all feel rtient it is that France should be large hcrae'f with the great work :'i idreatii. Italy, whrcti wat not more Incum bent on her than on tbe neutral powers. P. gives bar for a time a tooting on the Italian toil, and it enables her to establish exclusive claims noon Italy. Tet, at we hare already had to observe, the ind-pendence of Europe ia at much the concern of Eugland and fiuaaia aa it ia of Pisssia. neither of which powers at present meditate intervention. Pruasia, we are told, will in'ervene for the peace aad liberty of Europe. Tbe interests of European peace are precious, but they mut not be made the pretexts for supporting a wicked avstem of slow murder, miscalled peace, such as Austria haa practises for many years in Italy. Ia civil life we do not admit" tbat our man must be stretched n the rack tha another mav sleep in his bed, neither caa such a rule be applied to natwoa. We are not in formed what are the Tie era of the Prussia i government as to the in i nat 1 1 conditions of settlement of Italy and we admit that in ibe mediatorial attitude it assume it would not be reasonable tc expect unreserved explanations on this head, ft mse. IvcreTer. be obsri -.'. that thf maiDtenaner of the balance of power, to which the Pruaaian covermetrr.t pledges it self, m nnf implies an attempt to re torn t the stare out omit M.'am. now become impos sible. We are told, and we welcome the assu rance, that Prussia will show, as aoon as ahe haa oppottunities, that she dors not favor op- preesinri and violence. W those who direct her f orehri wisdom to tee that if they those evils, they must strike the enforced and unnatural aha win" hare I put an end to netr causes in ectionof the Mchthi W writer rnurludrs his i "The , tends ch the peace, we re told, to wb meat correspond with the aa coverameat has been corame m7&kxa durability. It will oaly pos tioas by its correspondence portions of the power of the skates, and the moral basis tioas." These are pregnant wort people may well ash that t eritoa alt Its expanse and derat f ill of dancer to F.urope. if it sees that the Austrian fortresses in Italy ear-act be a neces sary defense of Germany. A durable peace must be founded on 'he satisfaction of the nat ural wants of the popnlattons oeropyrar. I'pper Italy ; and, in the words of the official writer, must correspond with the " Moral basis " of their H'e " If tVassia will act independently now ahe will ostsbltsb a claur. I 'he catHude and rr- tpeet of Europe. When laat attitude of Prussia, art eaaaassw that itsrovemment should hate choeen '- eisu arnaiate cotirse of policy rfi tefefeiice to aflairs. We are clad Bow to be iafon competent authority that the censure w deserved. Prussia, we areassrred, is a to proceed an harmony with England aa sia, and to have their co-operattos in di up bases of pacification. This disp greatly increases the responsibility of re eminent, and we trust it will not be want inc to the occasion, f Ivtrd Pater hi mination of at necessity since been increaaed I We may expec tt:.-,l the chief statesmen of a Cabinet which owes its existence to the public, demand that oar in Swence abroad shall he exerted in the cause of rreeuom. win give good advice to Pruasia, and Prr ira pains in oroer mat ine settiemen: or Italy may be made on the only basis which can afford security for the peace of Europe- Trim tkw Iytrdo. Ni. Jmn 24 The telegraph dtapatrh from IWrlin, whiA w publish in another column, aa,nouncin tbe early march of several PniMian army corps to the Rhine, is calculated a g-jve rie, to exaeee rated apprehensione, if rr carded apart from the diplomatic attitude of the PruMtan poterh e&t. So far as these military arran;rmentt tend to commit Prussia to active iftrrven'ion at a future stajre of the trar, they of course add to th complication? of European politics ; but at present they are merely precauUonarv The advance of a Prussian army to t Itiiine after a prave diplomatic disagreemeflt with France such aa tire rejection of an offer of mediation woM Id have a seriousness, which would he Inconteatable. But that ia not the pi e" nt situation. Although the Prussian cov ernmnt has announced (s intention to inter fere diplomatically for the restoration of peace; it haa not vet thought the time come for nro poaine bases of pacification to France. Much remains, therefore, to be dene b-fore a case for the employment f thse troops can arise. Prussia arms In order that when the tune for mdiatiot. Come she aaay intervene with effect. It follows from what we have stated that the reports of the Belgian papers respectinr the terms of Prues.an mediation are premature. rwouiu inc. conflict on ui" Mine r prove of a ji, t. ,i . I L" I "to a protracted war, the diplomatic interven tion of Prussia will probably follow the first Teat barrte. Earlv in the week we noticed the prevalent rumor that a treaty had been roncMed between Austria ind Prussia wi'h rftrpri hat tb the 1 war. We a. -e enabled tostate is completely erroneous. IV. hi nlav just turopeaii :b other at s urre her of tiie her native J Oeraaanic interests crossi .-era! poinf- Her IWomc I o a course which would mak ( tion take the place of Prussia rank against both France and Germany by taking the lead in a display of military force. Amidst all these itrterestinjr complications there is danger of ber foreetUnc that other powers will not be disposed to mak the per manent lo of Italy dependent on the squabbles of the confederates, and that tbe ere at inter est of F.nronean rear? feature that hot1, ecraft, lias of wouiti m tne En;- State. The Pi ment to interfere in the war for the liberation of Italy has not been well received by tbe British public. Tbe motives of tbe proposed intervention are ambteuotis its aeeesatty it not evident while its riska would be bV no meant confined to Pressia. Still, until its ob )ectt and term are stated, there is room to bone that Prussian mediation may he so equit ably directed as to prepare the way for a de sirable peace, instead of extendlnr" and embit terinc tbe war. Every fact elucidating tbe policv of Prussia ia of importance just now. The tmperorfof the French and the Ktnp of Sardinia, as all the world knows, have pledred themselves to effect the emareipation of Italy from the Austrian., and can therefore liaten lo bo pretence of Germany to keep up fortresses ana carrieona in that country, lender these at ke 1 " be considered a defense of Germany, exceedingly serious. Bu' to whom, hat he announced tins ? To tbe Bnti meat - Certainly not. To tbe Fren mnt V We have 'the beat reasons fo that be haa not. To tbe Austria - j rn- ; 'ntj m- j ea ect j ity. i we shall not think cat questioning its aol Meanwhile it it an impor'ant fact that as her declaration to the two great pos ter j Western Europe are concerned, Prussia is still free to pursue a wise and European policv. Whatever the Prince regent mav have whis pered in the ears of his German friends, he has not yet communicated tbe puipose ascribed to bim either to the most powerful of his bel ligerent or the most friendly of his neutral neighbors. Proas tbe ladspeaslen-y Betce. Jure tt If these propositions (given above) are con veyed to Vienna and Pane, we Sett err we are able to state with certainly that Austria will acc pt them probably hat already ac-epttd them and tbat France will reject tbem. Ex cepting the previous disarmament (now out of spxestioni trie aDcrve are me proposition! matte by Lord Cowley propositions ihat were j ,.,.n. ,1.1. 1..,. !.. l, . , ... I reasonable before the war, but which, af th- ba-tlea of Montebello. Paleatro. Magenta and Msrignan, the conquest of Lombardy. the revolutions of Tuscany, Parma and Modena, the agitation in the Legations and the distur bances which begin to manifest themselves even at Venice, will infallibly be refused by France. If, in spite of thit refusal, Prussia insists on exercising an influen-e over the se' tlement of the Itaiaaa questions in such a manner that the European equilibrium shall not be deranged, it it natural toarnnc1ude,from the anterior declaraUims of the Cabinet of tbe Tulleries, that it will not refuse ta recornize the rights of Prussia exeried oa eondittona of absolute impartiality ; that it will acedV even to the meeting of a congress charged with preserving the interest of Europe in the fu ture territorial arrangements of tbe Italian peninsula, but only after tbe expulsion nf the Austriana from Italy the end assigned for tbe present campaign in the prochtmatinn of Na poleon III at the outbreak of th war. A for the annexations of territorv made bv Sirdm.a, France will he able to reply that she air considers them as events of tbe war, nec essary to the centralizatio l of military optra tiont against Auetria, but essentially tempo rary, and which, to become definite, will re quire to be sanctioned at once hy tb ..!.-, ntv expressed wishes of the populations cenc-rn'd. and tbe consent of Europe. The fVrvessvsvfaat de Hambemrr" having stated tbat the bases of the Prussian mediation arejthe abolition of the private treaties of Aus tria with tbe Italian States, and the realisa tion of reforms in Italy, and tbtt Austria and Pruasia are now agreed upon these points (which fcrmed the object of Gen. Williser.'e recBl mission to Vienna), tbe Pat-v exclaim: Ho re long has the CeeresssystaaTal been asleep Does it know that we have driven the Aus trian! out of Piedmont, wbicb they have in vaded ; tbat Austria hat already lost Lom bardy: that the allied armies ar approaching the Mincio, and that the eompVt and ahsolntr liberation of Italy from Austrian domination is the only 'reform' tbat can now be talked of." IKTHKR m Mil Ol" t'ORFK.-t MaSWB. Russell, the Ixsndon Timet' correspondent, savs : Every day aince we crossed the Adda tbe ad vance of the allied army baa continued. The country beyond the Adda is perhaps more than anv other' nart of Lombardv intertected bv roads connect nv considerable towns and village, This faeilitat being close I necessary to I ana retired i over th &nti etroved. Th, on this line eastward. Itrance considerably, for, Luttrians, it was always I together. The Auatri hat none of tbe budget u Meilt have been de ' was left uniniured, ai d little damaged that li nes th poles remained bus one of tbe greatest iMish-oeot. I need not it army passe, both Ul- re pat again into work-1 ridges which have been difficulties foi say that, as i e graph Bad tl ing order : a deet roved are Tb following ia ft ess R isse'l's lati Bbcscia. June II The march of the aHiee is ant a increment of a gigantic boa constr lotriag itt me nt body r cetssion, uoi on at bt teat Coil after coil of it ward ib uninteri : - suddenly stops. The as itt massive mobility admits, ae if prepi fat tbe soring. This it just at thit mo: th attitude. The mass of the body clow ge her, and at rest apparefly, and oi.lv nseo stretched out, as if to mea taace. It it the eoncentrstioti of energy, before employ in it. " par of the army it collected willi atlvely small space, from which it ran throw itself, at a moment's notice, in aay direction where its presence mieht be required- Acoun ctl of war re held to-day, to determine this, or rather to .incus the matter, for there is only one person who decides, and that is the commander-in-chief of the allied armies, and sud den and unexpected are these decisions. To be sure, nobody knows wheve be will pass the nleht. .Nobody knows where he ia roinc. The order comes at the last moment, and every one must be of). T recy Is to striking, that there is in i saying, "ill fait Ugmerre em romtpir id the aiyirir Is trne enourh. No the army bar." I conspire1 now and ' i,,i.. ii,. are . that the object of What these expect me to t self tct somet! expected. rail New Yoaa, Asboth, pabli contains the f I have been oni-hinr, and most un- aiAtt csrsc. A card bom Cel. A. the morninc papers, ted br Lonis Kossuth, onat Hungarian Com President of tre yrnpaxhtsart ta - Ssrd nian Gi Oeanne Hcneanan Hungarian uniform. ors and wearing the am directed to advise "jirous of joining tbeir tha' they may look proximate departurej e indieatad when anil been completed, leased to forward me and other particulars National Committee, ddresaee far ay own sympathisers of the eive to appeal as di to renew their pencr aft er a period of see- ance. i the friends and tron. The sums at tMt time contributed have been long obiet I tttn ended, entirely in preliminary tne runnerance or tne moment of action having ; absorbed by the local necessities in F.'.ror . I additional means are required for the Hunjrar j ians in the Vnited Stat- to facilitate their passage a trots the Atlantic to the field of ae- The Ftpero, of Turin, contains a lettar fm j Gen. Geo. Klapka. of which the foHcvmp " a translation : TrUi, June 1 1th. My convictions, and , -.hose of all the enlightened men of my coun I try, have never changed. No supremacy of j one race over another could be admitted, j Should Hiineary ever succeed in conquering hsr indendence, all the inhabitants of Hungry ! and Transylvania, as Magyars, Aclaves. Ro- mans and G-rmans, must enjoy identical and ! Their aestinr is to remain trroo ped in a sin Tie combination with the same title, the same ; Institution, and the same interests. As to tbe f Croats, thev are at liberty to eive to them- j selves the institutions which they will jodfo j most appropriate, and no dissensions can arise ! between them anrl the ttunear ans. Let Switz- I erland be at. example to us. There, in the j country of the Alps, Germans, French, and Italiana all live at peace m their respective 1 hemes, and in th veneration of their old ctis- : toms. Tbe flae; alon unites them in the fields of honor, as does the law on the benches of the 1 national representation, and there they are not ; French, Italian, or German. Th"T are all i only Swiss citizens. Whatever may be the ; future form of the Governtaen of Huneary, ' the populationa which oc -unr the vast balns j of the Danube and the Theiss have foreo'ten their old dissensions, which Austria created to J keep them under her yoke. They mir h now hand in hand 'and with 'onM'ti'f toward the future. THE SCC WE or THE GSEAT BATTLE. The New York Times contains the following respeetme the probable scene of the treat bat tle of the 24th ult. 1 From Dezazano, on the Latro di iJarda, a claster of hills climbs steadily Mu'bward and I upward to Castltone,thenceturnine eastward j the highlands run in spurs on a south-eastern I line by Solferino, Cajrriani, Vopa and Ceretta, ; to the very hank of the Mmcio. The village I of Csrriana lies quite high amone these hills. ion also commands the roads which astward to the Mincio at Monzum- still more northerly direction to istant a little lest than nine miles sna. To the south this position" who bold it by Volta and Ceretta, h Cerlonaro road to Goito, three I Manrua. Apart, therefore, from fly diaconrarmf effect of a treat c blow, inflicted in circumstance ver we may interpret them, reflect nn tbeir eeneralshin, the Austriana one actio oa tbe ritrht bank of the very keys of tbeir quadrilateral The Intelligence of their next under this tremendous pressure, ed for with Uie deepest interest. If ;as been ney, the 5th waa claimed for or whispered of its position of the Austrian army on more than diaronrarinr;. It waa s 1 1 ' a r . . THF TKI HI M: Ot. I II I Hlllliu The TriHae sums up tbe aewa from the war as follows The general impression of military men in England, as well aa here, seems to have been that the allies would not fight a great battle until the corps of Prince Napoleon, marching irom luscany, naa airiven to attack the ,us Das j triane in the rear, while it waa supposed a fla ts, tills would be la .nched on the lake of Garda to enable the allies alto to make a flank attack in that quarter. Napoleon III haa, however, waited for none of these tilings, but has fought and won the fiht. It is also student, from the correspondence from the allied ctmp, of which we elsewhere give all that ia important, that to fight was the onlv practicable course. De lay would have check thetrictorioua impulse of , tne a im troops. . r hav m en th Aus'rians opportunities to beat tbem by supe riority in numbers in small encounters. In th, movements of tbe Austrian army the same vacilla'ing decision is apparent under Srhlik, which bad before resulted in Ihe defeat and Cisrrace of Gyulai They at first prepared for battle on th line from Lonato to Castighone, San Cassia no. Carrie na and Volta. Here a plateau gradually rise toward th- lake and tbe Mincio offering a succession of excellent positions, each stronger and more concentrated than the pre I eding one, so tbat tbe conquest of the edge of the plateau would not constitute a victory, but only the first act of a battle. Their right wing wat covered bv tbe Lake. Their left waa drawn back eo'tnidertblv, leaving unguarded . . . ... ... --. O . mil! of the line of the Mincio. But thit instead of being a disadvantage was in fact the finest feature of the position, from the rircynatances that beyond tbe Mincio lay tbe dangerous ground inclosed between the four fortresses into which an enemy rouM not ven ture unless he possessed great numerical su periority. The line of the Mincio being com mander! at its southern rxtremitr by Mantua, and the ground beyond the Mincio belonging to th' ph-res of action of both Mantua and erona, every attempt to treat the Austrians. in the position on the plateau, with contempt bv marching past them toward the Mincio. would toon have ben broughLlo a stand still. The advancing army would have seen itt communications annihilated without beingable to endanger those of tbe Austriana. But the most dangerous part of such a move would lute been, tbat it must have been done under tbe eyes of tbe Austrians on tbe plateau, who would have nothing to Jo but net their whole line in motion and fall upon the stragrline tic enemy my, from Volta, upon Jtito, n Guidizzolo and Ceresara, a upo rrom t astq-lione upon t aate', Goffredo and Montechiaro. Such a battle would have been fought by tbe allies under a tremendous disad vantage, and might hav ended in a s'.. 1 ixsaBiritru, ..iiii ihe parties reversed. Such waa tbe position which the Austrians had assumed, and they bad in it he further advantage of knowing the whole ground from tbe fact that for years it hat been tbe scene of thir annual army exercises carried out upon th largest scale. As we have said, it was ctrefullv pre pared for the expected conflict. The towns and villages were fortified, and then at the last moment, for some reason tbat. in a military point of view, is u'terlv Inexplicable, they abandoned the ground, and retreated bag and baggage across the Mincio, where, on the ?4th, tbey are attacked ind finally beaten. Whether this sudden and important change In the plan of Ibe campaign bad anything to do with the action of Pruasia, which power it said to consider tbe quadrangle of tbe Mincio and Adige a in same part of tbe defenses of Germane, ia a question on whicb we may hope far more light hereafter. On thing, however, ia pretty certain with regard to Prussia, and that ia, that hr attitude must prevent Louts Napolcim from drawing many more troops from Franc to Italy. As our readers are already aware, that power haa mobilized six out of nine of ber army corps that is. the hat called into service the landwehr, consisting of soldi era belonging to those corps shicfa, having completed three years of regular service, are discharged on indefinite furlough. Of these six army corps, five are to take a on tiie lower and middle Kt.ine. rhus om on hundred and o:isar.. Pr-,. aians wist at about tb pretend I between CoMentz and Mentz j a two other Federal troops, tbat ol that of Baden, Wur'emberg and stadt, will also take their pot I and th Pa la mate, making, one I ate be in line id, do doubt, B ivaria, and Hess Darrn lon in Baden undred u one hundred and twenty thousand men in addition. Agsinst such forces, Napoleon HI will require almost every man now at hit dupoaal in Franc. In thit case, be may find it advisa. hie to have recourse to a Hungarian insurrec tion, and to the service of Kossuth, though we may be pretty sure that be will not call such agencies Into requisition until be is compelled. That Prussia now actually n tends to lake part lath wr is very doubtful, hut It will not be so ease for her to avoid it. Her military svr.em, by making s idiers of tbe whole adult "entry cannot afford to stand by with rro inded for any length of time. At the it moment, all able-bodied males from V to thirty-two years of age, are under in in provinces out of eight Th de m n cud hv bis in th whol com- mercial and industrial organisation of Prussia is enormous, and the country can only stand it on condition that the men are led before the enemy without delay. The men themselves cou,d not stand It. In a rouple of montha the ouoie army would M in I state of mutiny. Besides this, the national feeling Is running so high in Germany, that Prusaiai bow thai sue has gone se far, canhot retreat. The rec elleetiona of peace of Basle, and of the irre solution of 18m and IM. and of the Confed eration of the Rhine, are still so vivid, that me uermm are determined not to allow them selves now to be beatra siwlv by their wirj opponent. The Prussian Government cannot i macer this feeling. It may attempt to direct I u, but af it does so, it is bound hard and foot I to the mcrement, and every trace of wavering will be considered aa treason, and will recoil j npon the waverer. There will no doubt be at . lempts at negotiation, ant all parties are now I eo engaged that no road out of tbe labyrinth (The IfTlrmpbis Appeal. n ai.isBBD dailv, rti.riiiit ajtd wntai.T a r o. a 'tuksAjtan itsri-ui taocsr ah ttSJABHH p 0111. ruder IS elite ma arm M MVIXNAHAN, TROUSDALE & DILL, To whom all Lx-rrras on aesissss. os otrcs- WISK, SHOULD BX OtSXXTEO. l-KH : M HM KIPTIOtl. mulr (id sevsure) see assess 13 00 TTi-Weekij (at " - M I J- AH Dally iSjrSSSS will be snl4erl 4ne sol psysl.te bAir-yesrly u sdTsace. T Tbe r."--oin terms will be Mrietlr rujitlr rtuered to. DAILY 1IATK For use sqSAre of ten r.., sdb edHiii.-Ual m FOB lDVEUTIBII(i. , oee innisn . t eo I as I a oc oa a no 10 u so :t n. t to as. t es ii oo is m is is a so n so (o g no io oois nil an it jia eu aoou 7 SO IS so u ton 00 St tost 0011 IS J- fe . S S 00 11 00 It 00 18 00 54 OHIO 00 17 AS 0Oi "6 00 w m K IO JU IB un 5J wn JU Wl Tl 3" 0 OO u ivxu so 17 sasi so osas oou 75 at sol ? 12 OOIS SOW &U onji S01 go 60 00 Oft 50 100 on s ia wis oott MttT mm mm oata ten soliit m is mta 00 00 0040 oote obss 0076 oo'im oa O" ' ne -itiarr, ritwVBkte veektr, per snnain. $40 00 " " twice. a a, " 00 SS t3 Tw qnareii. renewable weekly, jer aUQwi. 00 SO " twste a week. SO SS 0 AH itrtiiwiMi rerjwirrd to e kept on eervmd mm. muhup as sew acs pat, and oq tbira ie n tvtvitce seat -tat4 rate.. C?" A'tverti-emenui dirertM tn be duplieed, viettn rt trpe, r turret nocaLZ riTes. 13 TeATly avdrerUawr will be chartted extra for orr rr.af rvrr onotraci, and when lime ttpk wre raired to be naed w the ed-ertiactnetit kept on iiuide of 53" Teaxlr advert: eer will be ehartsd ellra at retm lar rate (or Warjt. Hec. ttemi:a!a,,Ci-PartBerahipyj-BSSJ T 0oC .'mee. Taa?tiLST a dvebtisi no airsTBE raiorom rr.v an Ira it rj-Ai 1t. or iewmrDt will appear lb the Weekly par BBBBBSSB. Bte to be inserted in the Weekly paper ulax intarTaU in either of the paper.. wfU be rl BSBSS 1 i 5 lft C 1 Fl I -S j ottt ssaj j 3 ! -i j JO c 3 late for SUte, Cov&It an - at n to be paid in dreVBce in erery M Sw CoariuMe lii-tiatipnn, iwa sad -Kber Fs1.:k M eetinr I Tribal e ol Revpen and Funeral loTitatioji. ' rii.eomentj exal sad Tvaiaueat adwttawtBenta will be he tnaertitw rkal VwUces ta Local Cetvain wi'l be charred Miirtkm of tariAtmu Vlll be mad- from the MTI.AWAHAW. TatOKSDAUE fc PI LL. ijojjluns trby. J. . H(HklS k RK'HiRD S. KIRB1 , DE.UEBS IN ft Eii L, EST1T E. I'mee ia toe CALHorx Bloci, corner of Main and Monroe Streets. Tl AVg a Isrte and well selectee list of Ld.i Is Bis. 1 t .-111. Tei,.i.,, ,a. ArlAi,se Cn f...si-h wasssaSAIiT sue lo -ml psrctisr.. snd in slue si.s lesliid in the ai.-i-upp, ralk-r As... usprored ssel .. . .i. m ui. iswaaea assBBassi IBM SBsetssa B.-l., se si,e lid.,1 i..,r tt. kBlnie..d.ir Is-L.. We will be Blessed si ssr titse to Base the pteasere of i..ev,na the lauds to snj snd sll seransa ia sesrrS d ,s,i. i.w -tt.eBient in rce aisruBliBsl vsllev We r.. that we are prepared to sire a srenersl intormstioB and ae sear rrer. as can be obtained elsewhere Cross an. - -. i-rr-" i. io xesefai rbaracter .rf tbe .rsnn. tbediflerrutdivis oasof the ktiaslsairspi SBBBBV. An- s . r our larr.. CoBOtr State, rriuenten, Ark. nt seres 4ea.!rtrt1 CriileBden, irk. S1S0 lots Ills Harases a., aiaa I was Poosasvev. Him Near H. Matt I west WsshiDtlos. Hiss Skr Leka I weal WashmstoB. Hiss arras f ear mites uo.to .d Paint kVrk Dep.', IB n roomy Alabama ; a Bis Mali, n on the at-se. sere, BBSKSaaBBl laud saat Is I If Blasl to be oo of I he best cotton HaMatioos 10 that part ol Alabama la reference lo this last aerMioaed ajatBSBBSB, rail el V. BBrwsns, BbbUviUb. Alabaasa or oe. as her. llarine tha roresuias MBS. as well aa ssaas other tracts t.-wn lota. sar... wa ar; ossa pelted to tie real estate Bsnst af asw auentioa. aad as it is shoot as easp so resar. set a hearr aa a inssterate list af laad. w leader oar ser vsoss as the peaty swueratlp as MiiBta as ssrp w aril, w SBsea. If. reaeired ana sod sll ssr,ertT intraatfsi to osrr care. riUsar ia me eltv a easnUr We o-erd aire s sat i.fsrtor r u sas ber ,d relereBosa. bat deew IHsflBuai af bat little usacnitude. as asseatslt caa sire Basse saweak. We prefer ,ear aaxrass iblsHlcaU tad see ss, and ihes inquire after w abode of baaiaess. raam IIOPXINS A tIBP.T For ciialr or A PLA VTATIOtT al sxtles aosstb of H-sap. eo th A Hlastastpsu and Teoaesaee Baltroad. at Senit-a-is SSBSBBl BS Ihe a Hnilii,. t.t,. This Iran eaSBSatsal (II arras, of which Iher ar in csltlvslloa 100 acres, and all tha bsiWiBra. cia boose i actuals lo serve a fare sSUSKlswl to wake a crsspaa Use same. ALSO FOR SALE A beautiful kesiden. - local i-a, atkj seres, six mil north af Uu city, frsBttae the Hem phis sad Ohio kail oad SS lb- Heslahts sod Baleirh PUnkr.ad si their VBssiM. This trad Is srrtl adapted Itor tardnini or ore'iard paraaea For MsforBaattoB as to the ahov. call as aoPXlKt k XIBBT IB Ibe .slb..uu Bbs-t. SHi SHPser Ham sod M.siroe street. t rltleneirn ounty, .Irk., 11. A T.TIO! FOR MALE- rpHlS Tract aC Lain! n'aiir 90 krrf. 100 jg inc. nabtsn. rardm, Tfrhafl kr al! mhrrr09fm aevriUw. ami ti bBaj atrrra n th tract th ! 4-t wry rt iWr of la, j X-rrataa ami Stork will Iw -ii-l with tht ajaBiBltaH. U 4-eurr4 Thfrv & a gtxal hi;h-lair1 r-sa4 fta tW MlaMMlepi ttrr, an-! ihr dltfWf 1 1 at tj-i'l City, tf.i- pratptfty. -ALSO : Rr'nidf-T'e' for aalt. Ihfia miir A BnrA 'Jl C-ft Sqoarty. friaMtnr ') tba nijio Riirtal. a r - i. nh af iba Fair laraaHHl. tVf refine haa aix :o-J '.vi' ' k'tche'Ti atil -rrvatil-' r.naHav mivbV. BUeaP i-lrtl-TTl. taW l1 'oi OT.Bard . Ev-T1hlP ID mi 4r. aawl new Ta' ylar baa 8 TS-104 af BBtl- nl Un4. Mt af tt ta ipal atatr ot rtitiiratie-i. nn nJ rxa. Tertvit fawr rn raj a. at tha riit,n QRH9 K 1HH Y r CLnilMt.WH r. awi HBirh etasBl PLI'MMFaR. EURUM.Fa WHOLESALE AXD K FT AIL ro, DRUGGISTS, t At Ih, -itri. -t ih Kacle ) ivr so . cai In an Street, .VCVPrTLV. rtM HA AVE in .toe and are aow restetvsas fresh aad auiete sBppts al DRt'GS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS, . A I To ABU OILS. FIXE TOILET SOAPS AST) EJIFrWI-- raocy Arties.. Com'.. Hrn-bes and Psstnadee, Tare 'w.nes'and SU Gsrdea aad rield vd a-: .si e( arm , in their line nf The, re- BSMtXfolls solicit the ca-Urui d Pia ,-, r. Met- taant. sni . it,. 0,11.11. Onr Precripuorasartsrwti. ibi hssitxinssar n.:o. two of the asast carwfal sod dfltral prescriretoB- wle. will si their arleBtl.ai to Phrsl staoe at an ksati of the dar sad nurhi. JYotice. TAB PtBB OP OOOGIB fc BOLT is Ihi. dar das solved The Tokeaxco tsssines. in ,.sinecu.i with Ike Corves. Grocery, Besoriviaf and Porwardioa. and fnwissssaker,iBa. win he conducted hreriT st their oW staad, Be. sa, Bats bus sc. sswth-aast orBr of Msin and BWaSSS srret. nrtder Ih, Bra. sad Baaaa of OtsSsaIN. TRADBB A BOLT. A B. C Trsder. formerly with B ers JoSSea. Bresra A Co . has tata day hssrsana saa. t rated with Bs. sad willpir his oadlsided iHr.Bl SB. teaxias lo an has! Bass aBtraaXedtoaercare. sn rs.Bec',:o snrh the tocaser n,ashers of Ih firm W ask of eat friend, and the public s trisl. with th assaraae that nothinx win he left trneoax hr es thai 11 w.ioin oer poseer, lo prevent any lsrsos frost rust w are saw receiving aad shslt se la fiBXaxesx rare rot of trash supplies of Orocerles of every If ecrtptlon; Bal- s st..i-ist ocsr t -e. , s-.es. naooa. Bait. Whisky. ie.,ec. Liharal rash advances will h made ,m Cotton u, otii' i rs ia si, fe as sal w ft- shissBsettt Be-lct rally rl-dawsos (jootiix. THA DPS A DOLT. nil 1 ! t imoTiii it stsi ratitsau tar H--. : 1 : a srosa I Baflsed Iron, -1 BH r- irt . sia, Is. Csetiui- Stel Anvils. Vice-. Betlnw,. Chains. Ac.. Ku. ttPToat Row. Mes ne. w . wcutu rovpssAnuiy isussvw ssur csssoxaer sas Ih sstAat saseTanr, that see hare bow ia store a mwm st well ..oortesl auct uf heat TrrsLcaarelroe. wkauk wa I.., sasataaxty ot, hand Also a full stock of Vsi'a Csssn us, 9a eel stasias aad talUi't Tasla Alas, vsrlous pattwrn at Plosvt and Catasa scraper. W ar al. acedia tor the Jesrell Patenl Carp Plow, (reel) a .ssseri -r srxlde. All of srkka see oSVr tw sale sbwsj a- rarer acoe term a caa ne Had SW1A-1 mi.l.MASt BSVTHKH1 im 3Bi some r in. numDr .. Acres. TiBBsBI,. Banc. M0 I north, I east, I north, east. 3 e I nottb, t asst. wS I tva-th, 7 east. lass I son, f east. IIS I Bortb, 7 east. lit t anrlh. east. tea s aorta, a east, " 1 70s 7 mirth, a east. " 1 100 7 oorth, ease, s ejen I Batta I saa lata a north t -an s, Ma north t east MM Bar IB 1 ea.1 e acre deadeaed. MB t north t -t CrmeBdVB, A t ITWI , r.r-Ji 7 esrt " earn acres dessleaed Stat) la Berth 8 east Miauaalaxsl. Ark. BUS0 aires d.!ened too sasrSk , east a tseianrrM, Ark. 1Kb) IS rurta 7 east Ittt 11 roertt east IMt IS aurtk t rast TSt II north I east Poin-ett Ark Vm IS oorth I eaet XSntv I north I west Jartsoo arel St Fran oa. Ark Cask rises HOOD I aortk t srs-t - Btsa t north I wsi Jacksaa. Ark Set I north I wt - Btt II sosth I sat Dress Co.. Ark. XS0 II sooth I sen " Ittt & oorth t atsset White ro . Ark Siso 11 ssaa I sesst Chicot o . Ark. Ittt IS BOik , srest sVeftbaco., Ark. tea 11 sobui s w-r. i XM I soath II srest Tbukb c, alas. XW I soath IS sees, ss S00 Hi -,oth I west Coabreaaro . ktlss. Stt acri deadened, tat south I srest Coahoma 09.. His, ass ss sosth 4 wan at soath S weal TaUahsAdhia, Hiss. tin I s -1st', bama. 12 enulh a west Insboter c. . His 15 - professional CarDs. J. a, H. M. MIWI.KVII.I. ATTOaifBTa AILAW. JleuiSli.s Tew Ol Sees Block, CbSSei ut Mela slid M.eirue tsj tser, p rtales. mtrtl-tm ua. T. t. BASIA nm'll VTt hi. IV.nk. It.. clIUCSS Ot I I eicUirjr. ror Las rrty libersl a.tf'iae sxtenl Is Si'n lar the past s,esi years. With as experlesce af hires rr Is trealtea sll OtA iscee Ss this limaw, sarihrssakl sTtastM t. aa ha ss- xieou, he off-i. rsll AMirsae. 4 aUihdM u s!l essaa tsmailted to hit care. Fees asjesled H isMle rasbea and sakl In rash m ss ssslltenl. OBVs at n htin ssreet. tal swell IIOUIFOP 1THH APOTHECARY! MEDICINES, H tut k .i.ro BOXES, y tt sshs f Dr. A. W. TTItlliHT, sis-st , tstow Catssm , atasrsrt a rr wine's max. art, J IMKN E. TEMPLE. A TTOBJiET AT LAW 1 a St the turser ot "eic r sat aeaoM streets. thirl frier -nrr Wsnfs fea i.r,. 1: ihe w ' sasi esse Ms saw asswaastal resskss see tee surmt. met tie i.i.uoimir.ii'T las aelew saased sod ,.ihti. assl ssllcils shetr pstruo- ss AiaUeie. ArtatMSs. flewlls. lidisns lorfrr Ohio U i. Ieuiasa. aThstaaJpet . atJ.,ar1 U IA t irslsts. wlscssssl rusrll-l mi I'll p. ii.khi:ao. iKNkr AT US. Mtmpbiit, T-ae- Oft lb oonier of JeCrrKxi sad Sdnnd .treeu. Or at ntMaveoe eBtrnted lo him will be attended to A mar-SSi a. I .v i:. n. IM i.4H, ATTOaWWTS AT LAW. JacAn. TeBewo. W1U practire in tbe Ctum&n larw and fnreT0STt. of alisa aaal BdiolBlBZ 0UOBS1M. AOooAiaa kWfu u tho mUosU b of CwatiDa SB ail par) of We- Tenane r-e Btarl-daSm s Uk I "S at Ov. la) to. SUAIS 1-o-ka. r.iruUi Uresv, kiw a, Ri.iiit. a TTnS.N-l IS AM" ' Ol VSELU.a? AT LA e S.... II. - in rsissMsnl TSShlSIII IB usm tsOla S. PATSK m T. H LOOWOOD- FAYWE IXVKWOOD, ATTOa.VaT AT LAW Ke. Wh ell. t r-ui; 9..nr- Mewiitle. Trsss. Will nesetlee IB all est Courts of Wel Tennessee. Notth Btlsswtpsl sod Esstsrs rkssest trus-lj T. D. L.wud CBBBBissioBer ( Mti.ipri sad Ar. d. n. uudose. a TTOKXET AT LAW. Vsnphu. Tenn. liaVessthe J seats side of Court Sassre to Stewart's sew block rsee-iy JUHV P. t 'IRHF.I.M . a TTriKS'rr AT I AW M, kj- : . Tras Ostts sa the J Buribes.1 iwnser jt Coert B-.Bsre, m Rtrthe's Pbim- '1XI-1T Utt " II T. BAILEY, IBB IM MAIN STaVEBT oxer Wiasfc k Co. IsJt-lT BfABa, () dlsh-iv over the rt lr- iEORf.i: HUM, AT LAW, has tettwved his ii ' AT to Le-It-tf H. C f.HTEH. ATT.IB.VBT AT LAW UOco srllh Justice Horse, y.Tth Cvorr ,iret at- t:nti. Xsi-b. E -!! o r .: he nine:), of a.nsku. sad KorUier;. sad Esslsrrn .Us. isvalt-asn e. arTLca w a. sxvxsa Kl TI.ER a, BI.YE. ATTrlRNETS AT LAW, Batesrllle. Arxsifa. febll-lyo evAjesx a. a. ihalmkbs tlEENN At i II t EMEU'S A TTtlk: O, Ne. . TTitkNKVS AT LAW, No St Csssy. street , Bp ftAsrs Orleans. aT-l!s r T ssill a. r. aTsisor KL1.0W ABEEE a ST II M. E E E I.KW, (Late of VuBiosri. A TTOHNBTS AT LAW. MeSBBkls SssnsBd skasr sSsssss J tbe Post OtVe, ib ihe ro m lseijr oreBpiod br Jndxe Nose JaBl-I Dr. Creiehton's Office Hours, FOR BIS,. isES OP THE EVE. THROAT AND LUNGS. A BB rroBi , to 17 a. a. and 2 lo I e. at. The haassse A "T hi. Hue trill be lex .,' sil t, i;nersl Practice. . B PerBSB sri.hnifi Dr . CrebXhUsn's serTieea,sasat t 7 1 rn - i street, secsjod door esst Oesrt lekaVfj Sassre. CHAHIEI SCOTT L- r. biion. S. uio.. M OTT iTTiiRN'FV - AT I Af AVP 4l.l'"ITl IN CHA.V J i'KRVt MiBipt:i. Trnn . will prartict tliair protnt- Jw city of Maaaphla, araf trtstitwn wii! bf citto to ait c.ainii fvr oOMud rn'roat d io thm. OhQwM in tv N'aw Bank Beiitlun, urr uf Main al aftntwal ati eata, ovr RJtt Baiik Eutratara a Ma.U.-sAnirdP:. frilO-ly lOIA l(M lOKV PROFS. BROCK I SPIECLE. i. in i.ii i . i , un IOLsleaWnt ..rncrtun laou tbe mtsiiral katvl atotaiucaJ PUnU. Gobi. TLolarjte--: I- tm Ex-(Id.1:,. Baa aad aaa jf wvr s ve Tbunainri lasrtu, aVtrnta H-rba, BalwaaH, an-J aaal aBoat aav ev.'aJ OfAUcor Or)ci fttor.-, in the wrrld OafMUtBtaoaal tteatatyeat. w.urnt the oe of the knife, aad rirea faaraaUed Ianpiemt amtmtk tun mred aral aU CbrBic Pueaoaa br th lodia'i .vatem of Xedictae rirfjiierMti.tetahif. prortfi for-rardd or taati. free, m aa phcativ and ve rhaUenae tltr wt rid u, pfrlfttu he-ore are are aow makinc in Earope and Anrn; a ItViiaa laaUawy, corner I nioa mi Mia Mreeti, Jfaaa- Phia Tenn I . . , -a . .f M BLKK. ATTt-ltNrTl ir"1 C- anjielUira at law, ta. ioTfia.) biit-f penaarentty lo pb.. tifiVr their profenteci werTire? t U OFFITK ata1 1 afreet, arer Gayre.. j tton SSVSE VOW PICSXTT. it BATrTE a. Plt KF.TT, METS AT LAW Memphis. Tennes.se IhxW, oe street, ssppostt ai . Brscefetia 'sCarrtatr A For T-siVt HUI SBS IU IBS Rem . itj aad aeveral ta tae aubarM. AI-V X' Leaae for alr -w IVraltie TeoeaaeiK ea M'taryte afreet. Tbla .eae ba elerea yeara and Blue njoti'l. - t raa, aad rente faj $baw TVraia faraatr. M TipTVrt, HOLT at CO. WOOD, EDDY & C0. S SlVtiLE MMBER LOTTERIES. t hartrrtd by the state ol Otorgia. C APITAL PRIZE, SVMMMr SIO! n ki:ts om.v WOOO. r.IJOl HID.. IHMI.I Its, !! 1 1 - ui - to . mi i a, c o. Ta followint fsii Co , Haoaarer. ol II their Btnxle Nun ArorSTA. Os , in C.utmi-s; tict- , tsaisder tba toper Claas 23 draws Satnrday, June 4. 1-s.W. Class 24 draws Saturday, June 11, 1859. Claas 35 draws Saturday, June 19, 1859. Class 2t draws Saturday, June 25, 1859. On the Plan ut ni.l.- tinibrrst tsxa neBeta! 5.4QQ Tlwrsail! Nearly One Pri?p to Eirrr Nine Tickets. .W.rf-'.rfFfl.aCT SCUE.VE, to aa a aawh CAt H MTIKDit DI Jl E. I Prise 'd 150 0O0 lPrat.f ijot " " to ono to pr.sea of tat t " " least is, " an I " " 5 'xx tot tm I " " i ta, wt if I " " 1.000 10, " - 0f APPROXI.MATIO.N PRIZES. I rriie of Bats Aarwatiasu BttABS Prise ar i.eno tns i. an 1 , ,,s, ft. 000 i. ono 1,000 I. MO I " 160 I - let I " Birr .. I prise, am suttiB, to . Whole Tickets, aiO: Halves, aft; t II it I I r I - . W'at .'HI. C Rememter that ererr Pru Is drsssn an KB fall wilboot ,ledacABB. Certificate ! Packate .d It Whsd Tnkets .thU 00 10 Ball " 10 Quarter " 10 Bichlh ' ;r, tst 10 St SPARTA A AllKMl L0ITERV. - No. aaa. Draws Wednesday, June 29th. 1859, On the I h i re .m in i- plan. 75 Numbeit 12 Drawn Ballots. KP.AB1.T ONI PBI7.K TO BVEBT TWO TICBET5 I One (.rand I'rize of SBa mho, 1 Price aeavrsil I iprisesof ai so t Prise of.. , Prise of. . fax. lOOon. 5X1 Pure., s -., Ac . I iau ptii of.. Ac , he. wwaVMI TtSIl Price. WHOLI Tit KPTX. BIO Ialtii. at; gr, atias 2 to In ordering Tickets or Certitt rain. Inclose th news lo our sddre., Inr the Tutru order as. oa receipt of whiok Ihe, will he f.-rwardrd hy tkeaTSt KBtWs The list of draws Bcmberi and prises will re seat ta poreaaaer. imm-lislel- altar th drawrea Purchasers will ploaee writ their sisnatnrrs Isin, aad lr their Ptsst 'tlBcs Counts and stale. XjT" All Pru of f I SIO and arr paid iwmeliat!) after the drawtm tdher prise, al the essa time of farty days. NtrTII'B TO COBBIOtPONDrNTS Thaaa who prefer Hat issMiat saaxaay hy biU. caa BBS The Adams Express 1 oaapaay, arbvby tresney for Ticket, is subv of Ten Dollars aad sssrards, cab be seat Bs AT OCR RISK AND EXPENSE, frets any city or tosra wser the, hav aa afar The SSl1.!"!?0" 'Br'1"" ie a " GOVEBN H P.NT POPT OPPICB STAHPr.IJ P'.VPIOPE." or the Xxptees Company cannot receire then, t T All iwatssliafllSBsllllllj eBBtsaesrisl Order, fur Ticket r Cerutcates hy Mall or Ripe esa. to he directed to WOOD. EDDT fc CO , Annul Grsstsia. or, WOOD. BDDT fc CO.. Ill.nl. filwla7 m. WOOD, BPOT fc CO Wllwlwrtas. B Isrsrar. Trnntee's Bale. TT v rln ol a Pdof Tr i, cxecsrlad to wa hp astute JO B Tanfasm ,sa Ih list taj of Jaoiiatr. ifl. sod aulyraowded is the KswxsXw's OfBce al BBilBJ tsattst. . is tsssk Bo. n. naes ass aaa aaa bA- proceed ta sell f w eaah . at pul.ltc auction, an Cam So Bare. It the city of Memphis, oa the aVthdaruf Ja.s IttVS. s certsia lot of pound. Iirituj u, Use coBBty af Bhalbv. sad Star, of Tennersee. sear tbe uly sf HeaspsUs. and de, aai.d upoB plan J tha extension of ihe Borxhars part f th city or Memphis, throearh the propertv of W B GreeoUwfcCo.. 1. L SaSarrBaa fc Co.Tl P Car! X P. Louney. aad , surrey ma-le hy B. A Xarr April 196s. two hundred and sixly-six (BH.) tha east side nf Sixth street and ranaiua hack between T1'" '12 'C" -ith sd street lo Ih -eu fV eeaskislph or tit Creek fusel; Its, soath Un of r?."T-? ,W rt- " "h Its XU feet deep. : ... .- ' assl aurswt. Tni. sals BBBBB e,- ,.eo, ..r tnreBsd and rateiesl. men- IB said Deed of Trsst. Sal ta lab, ntace at II Ri-hi t "-l-mptson waived. ' B BBtrriSti Trnttee t'OFFEE. t 'OFFEE, t'OFFEE- CoCTee Koomtlng. mmn a drrwt ft .rwstaati of Bote!,, l.roreri. to ear newarraiere We ar prepared la tBSBtTSST a rvaarkiina !, Ben I at Vt.a-i;i; 4 Ml Baa aa-1 ih- Btiiar at wit tin.- i.-vi riNttfmioii7mtcaii. ' . Aim 4 CO., Orocara, nmitXT ureet, between a! ale ararl Sectod T. 9 OrrUratsaaba '..ft at MeeaTa T C EaCakaa'a tiajaar atare. Kretg. rtrea. Ifo att. mm la- -er eopy I lrntal ttarUs. A. A J. P. WESSO Surffeon Denlixtn. Hsu: street vi V. -.11 .1 yj a on. wlier. e v N , S ea a as. test oe ti.t Uie 1st ..fee,, aSh'sMtheadioieisBSsai frasi "s u a fell ast hsswhsS ea sr s peas ast desire, awe vest sot Van St U of leers Fee suetUaf ssrtlal ests (sex as aw tsM asedtSB . in mssiss tmm r Uesatai 'ett I ta Stxrrst-.oa teelh 1 t stsrss. j B . H O W C O T I ; Fst desaiaa oe.rrisT, it tcxssis m La N bowcutt. ALL rlesui . per.nes. serlwswd si IS. jsaasssaajv .aaaeasssW aa Mais .ties! stsmile the W iltXTWata lelA-tl, WB I I t SSIIH. n ai' HOItIM S T S , Touu. tiUH. 1NI ED .v D E N T I Motnplii as Mirn aireets. u. W. ACREE. Iirattst . Caort Street, opposite A. T. Wells fc Bro. ALL tsrertLA peril I sseite oeelhle sals sad IB the J trith Uie leA.1 etill twSBSi wUMaafSJtp t-eateat. ArtlSti oiiue Baa approved p' n. Hr citraMy, aad Herobi or S, is orVrel to traeplre the srk unsx-'ye- in my skill, of as as induoesassaiw re cnlS business (faros. J. W. WATSON A. CO., (iAS fc STEAM PIPE FITTERS. Pinters and Bell Uaaeen, tTsids Sfrerf, (Aret tan reef sVdls srrsst, Osarraita Plsbertys Psrultur star, p A3 rim BBS of all ktsda. Strata Pip. Valves Bar XX S.eamtMssIs. Saw BUUS, w. nuspa . sll rroaa sr rumps uFerra Ptunps for KAtlwar nies. Tanx. tunas. ( issl. ai: ktads d Sheet, ia sud Zinc Work fbsesnrv ssusrs peumptls st's-sded law for Cast J. W. WATSON A CO C. t . JI1IDWELL a, BKO , MABBLE WORKS, ADAMS STREET. XEAB SECOND Tfriiiffiis. Tmn. fas' sod heat slcsk .,f Italian XXTX bar OS hand the larpas a VI sil Vet ernaitit Marble esar offered b.r sal to Mem phis. We are pre; ared u raroiab MllNIMBSTS. TOMBS. VASES. M AbTLAt. TtrFWrTCBB ETC ETC XTT . as sbrt o-SK- sod la tit best atvls of scrkssaushtp Psx't-u sr sUeutbsB paid la rsrsishtai baildirs srswk. sas h SS STEP?, SILLS, CAPS, QBABTHS. etc. arc. ttAsibl tee ensare! In ta aBpvs business for th last twelve jears, we tender our thanks lo tesr friend, and tat public for their literal patrouac betu,wd opus BS, tat hop lo saerst a ojc.unuatuss ot ta same fett-dawsa. Malt Hias - MrkDiffit s Malt Win?. THE SBaacribar u0ra far r iaaiii a 1 1 1 n ita any brand of imifTvHj a. bia HALT WST. I Bu cuofltpra in tha avpanor.tr of thia niparb 9m tract of Malt aaJ Bop i warranti-t In tba aur . -a ' ! rrpBUtMO it bas atraoaaT attaioad ib tb Eaalrru Basil Jia.1atfctaa- Itt protjtioci U toa rcaBit M SO rara' frictieal expu-rie-ftca, oint. wltk Um faVfilitLai f-f.;-lNi by raaa of tha Urtrrat Brfwn-f ta tba r-i.if-i &lifi, caeumitBff all tha laaaaai matPTjeaBBt-it-, tnknM tr a Trcm aa new ol iDlriatMlait a tlfKRt t M AIT LiqtOR I 'fvrnff a ry-jiait,ie risttWI 1 aaprfkaair fnr taMa uaa, tor aoVb, tfeutraei : y cliBUtt, aad twd at a imitati.-n fiirtiKQ air m rrjila T i tj., . arvl fa. tbT parti' n JODN . INK, 111 Brcwrar Alban. K, T. la' t., aaatraa at-Tettarj- nv.MiL t w. c. coaitToa. H IMII. I il j. (OTIM'OIK. Ornrral 1'renlmrr, i FORWARDING AND CoMMISSH'N TVT TP! T -I TFT A tKT T sta lo. 97 Berth levee, anil 8 Commercial Street. t Between WaafatBcVsi Avenue aad Vina.) ST. L0CIS, MO. DBALEBa in Csoicr Xrw Turk aad Ohio Batter and fhees Special ttenti. titrs to th sale yf every d at lb Ijwest marsct 1BBI4-I-I Bspoaj C" Ctajfa-aeaU tH.WiIhtt. DALY'S BHHTlt' VALLE. W II 1 S k i T For .Urtllcal rt. HAS now taken that position in the wor sehr-h jaatitea its prrletor ib . lar tr.sti., r H -- ri. v n , la tre njiiotav Bisinarr aliuiJ Eet of toe '-a . Re ha- heretofore refratned adrer Uaeaaeat, taa CITItAORDI.VAKT MKl! h sob thia aruele i kwarn to aa hu part bas been laUra ed , T altKbteat aupicitja tlkvald c-uat 11-.aa evziiryrKiatB. aad tbe oaa traaTcircntara But. for ooaaa ' baa beea in trie enOMteat receip aiaaj rrata all parts of aW caaaai FBOJI PHTMf IAS3 OF THE an-i teauta-efliai- arbirh Beak ar Tiahiled a,trevaJ of tha aarira K IH V AL II VilICT as a or bis II 1 Bat bia poruta-e to reaute ia detail a UU af :raae Aaaeaaei af tke psaaall trturn wfaict, kare been krauwr. to be aanal hvoriMy a0wetetj be taa aae of tan mtmn laat. Tbev a-e particalartr tleacribeH la taa trirn-aaaUaHa-'fl aaakea mt, whara are epra at ail Utaee u the la.pecuon of car friTKU, bat wlucJi va ao aot feel at UbaVtT, BrlUoat (peria: peTTOtauD of tbe xfiUaCaaBBwetl paraaa wko hare ent taean la re, to parada ia taa pat lie atwaaapen. SnftVe It to a.y. taat taa d:naai allaaad to CA.mpr taa ail tab aa Are inc.Jf ut ta TEOnCdiL LATITT.DE3. TO A CHAXGE OF CLIJCATX on mrr. or to avnjr other raaee vhirh diaarritatea cr lapalri lha opera at rawtoaa of the h an lyataati , Maria taa paar, laaaitade and deeceaana. aad tha naltitadaaaaB.. Ml fl a- ui f naa that mice . Ib all each caaee THE AROMATIC VALLET WHI&KT A4TTS AS A RSSTOBATITB, aaaiattaff the nat oral frcana, hr a atiaaaiaiit vbifh. hoth ta claraa:te-r aad decree, utt mm ta ha ta all Uaaaa aauat adcairabl sited to ra-jn, lj -rate and ta call bark that toae and force :-t artiua ta tbe ! tal or(aira ewntiil ta rbraical heaitb It la tet hi rxteat that tha prtaarieter kaowa hiaw-lf ta ha .rBasiihed to rlaiaiiQC for hia mac a. act or t Hrg lentc prxepertJfa and Tirtaet arturh iDH-jt he oreratate I nor xreereafaed luaaiveral aa the vr rrtorrssios li niaat arfeatl reeemmetdM Alreadrit haa foand ita way I a to the principal pof-Hr aad prieate Ikaapiula ra the axuttry. aad wherever at haa beea once awed tt firth with beanie- a reqajaite I hare anaIrHl a in; f ! - A Talley Wliitkr." and Snd it ta ha a pi re article, of ii aitlp.ut but difieTi. i. atlomtuxe. JAMES R CDILTOK, M. D.,Chnuut, V J. stati ..it A t Li t nrrttr. M 5otoa, April 17th aTat. M Dalt. Nf e Tort 1 hare aiad a theaiiral aoalrala of roar Arjaaatte Taller Wtuakr. aol tad it a pore. Auelw ttavorel Ree aThiakr, cattUtaiac no injari u?. 'aallera ut anr kiad. and 1 woa!d reeMtarneted it as railabl for ctedicaJ aaal bbbV 1h pai piaaM. CBARLES T JACKBOi , State Aaaarer. War H. Dalt T'-or AroautK Valley Whtakr u received, aad. after i sirr-fal etaminatiD, 1 Had it to be a para article, tav Uretr iree frota ad Bite rat ins lBffrexlteat an freoeatlr aard. Towra. raapectfallr. JAS. J MAPRS. ABaletaV-al Theeatat tf Constmifra can depend aacaj $tiUam a pvi arti cle whea they bar the YalleT Wnl?ir. at it it toad hy the hoi tie and raaaaa: vvm H DALT. 1 Soath William t . year Trh, Sole Tzviii- aTUK JtaJir IN MEMPHIS BY A. TACCARO X tO. noat Beantiful OTTlXBef Soft Betsef all shades sad e, l.r. 11 O Int at lasarSOJ PBAH CISCO A CO X tllWCLRV stlaF. nr v Al l a bi r LAND AND TOWN LOTS -- .RVtrf Piolrprinrp nt-USl ANT tc a A Memphia, rv-udarr-i Xorembtr. Tena. 1968. n. the caeea o Rariitla G xiay and ether, rs the Metn phia and ChartBsatna Railroad Company. Enreo Maree aey. adai'r of Michael L--aard. decd ra Hat Laariaaai and Meupbii Reuiroad Caaapaay aad othara, and patar Isoatar ea tha ' f f aad Vrtopiiu Railroad C -av aneitptaerv I arii: on Thursday August. ih.vi. uatbe premiaea ;n the tun of Furt raw-kertaa. aaaptbr coontr. Teoaeaaee, proceed tr sail t- tbe hiAheat bidder, The Valuatole Tract nf Laad, mm which, tbe -iarn.tf F'S't Pjekerinf l ajtsate-l. run- Two Hundred aud Eight Acret. (except aaach aruriB thetrot aa hara teaaa aald aad aaav ei-yedrTthe Meiarhi aod UajTraaae Uitrx-ad x'xpojpaji j. prior ta tha 6th ef Ocvtrr, 1U. tract of laad la N'T3ndad aa tUeoart to wit tviniuni oq the tank -f tbe Mualtiaaaat near, at thf aath-areat corner oJuha Urer tott'a 181 acre trart, rvn&tm, Uaaaa aaaAhwetwaritr with tht ttteaDdert rd the Mtaaiaaippi Rjvtr. 10 pvlaa to the raaarth-waat rraiar ef a M acre tract, a!WM to Abaer Pi.tow. the oca eaat with th iwrtA uaadarr Uaa at aaad m acre tract, BaApaiaa ta the crater af Rbt Gixas thence duwn with th aaeauAL.er- 4 aaid R-tiua Bafaaa ha puiat BbbTj where tha owth hwadarr Uaa of aald tM acre tract croaaei the eeater M -aid Bjetnt ahaaci weat wiihaud fcowndarr line abontmpotea to the be? tun tne The whle of aald trad U laad haa been laid aff and .otv wathjdj into 'jkecka. and towuicta uf nricm utea with M cewaair -tree-uan-l arlcf. anal -rin tetoH to ;arcel nit porrhaera, aa natKbared and laid BaW mm tha planaf th waarajof rrt l-VeTina fV InArr'i aaw aaap af the tuty of Meoipbia momi futt I'tcaerma Tkaan ar Salka Tha ealaahia paupartr will ha aatd yuo the M towing terms to wit ; fir at lota, to the ta rt ar aBaB-.Met RU.atXt aa a credit of Mean, twelve and ruhteew B.'tniba.aiir- inte-.a: h W di. .t -a e. 1h reuiatoi laaa ar mo aaaair thersW, aa aaar be aaceaaary ta realise aAwitt, 4Vwi credit of twelve BMth with tatere- frtaji dar of tale l"aTChaaer in ererr mUi-5e ta taa. aha haavii artth paad acarlir far the parthaaa naitiey Sa-t ao vAttiti-.r,ir al II e ..-.h a. m. mm flM ataaaaBaa. ii.-:- : 4lOHX C. LsAJaKR, Clerk aad Maaler . Removal. fmrnrnt a sbxtocc. i . .. V. staad. sewer, thev have lass rerei wisst. j sun ,t PAaXU .ittn.-rm "'rih'R 'srs. set Iwttes rui lieA!lsrtlSctltell atatsaiBsssis v Motion factors. none bsbii Islsd srlrh os re ' Skwl III. I 1. SAIL t b asNirrT t k a aaiLcr Mcsiirrr raorrr.B ...SW VBOTTXB. .1 1 lllLtT. mcSlTT, TS0TTER BAILEY, COTTON FACTORS f o n .b i s i o 5 FOR W.t RHINO Ml NTS. tr STAfRS. HoSBT k. VTSTT'S HI K afw. Hi Irun Hmr. JLXtmphi W'S-aT. 're- '.,! Bsarttft rat. All CAUM vaaLfBil to a taaniBt, Ballaai laaWFBTlrtl f la t-najfrary Sakrina. Mlaa Jf-npfaia. IV on MASON & CO., f OTTn f'.H TORS AMD rn.9.msMa.r .nEKcn.i.rrs. 3ta MAIM STBBT. (IN THE BBIXKLBT Bt". Ej MBXPB1S, TEMyeSSEH. f'H bars for srtUaa Ouflssa. Orsis of ever, itracrtp. J Uaa. Baaaa. or say article of plaatattua w ear. BB esa. Tobacco, is IS pet sest. BDus ffee avoss aascaat, ioc the utter tr per ceat wll' be charted CoBslawaswks e-pUt p.tUMrsatp I t .ivi IBS 1 w a 111.1,', was dlsssslost oa tha 1st J June. IBta. bv The hssiaess win tss sr.. est is ,u rutar is my own um" tl-sHt J0B.V I rt.xx i n SKVILR COTTON FACTOR, If 1 1 i'IvIbc ForwarfJtar, and Gtarral I0MMISSION MERC BANT. .rto. rtM6 Main Strett. MEMPHIS, TEXUSSEE. OOLK AOIVT f'r Lbatalv'of KANAWHA SALT Caap Wop- Ir'aa, N'aiti, ;ar . Ceaffaa, aa4 Urocariaa (eutr I at tb Urwaal BaartttH prwa "AfuLiaK HILL rB.i. M DUa.J0!i, Jft HILL IIORIOV ZggL COTTON FAT"'RS, . ( onaliOB. Rrrehlnc a. ForwardtB? MERCHANTS. OFFICE NO. 18 FRONT ROW, Oa aBcuad PI or of. Bosbs fa Bunt s Bstsiuss. kfmph:! TunaBBBS BA'tOISa awl SISPB aasl Pteatat. su Sapp lea far mrashad af lowstst crack! rates. J P C . iniSaa enia lo us will vs .isrured, unles othcr wis issstractsd --ult-dawly w iiijos. II. s tupli PaS. II X , Tens VI-. RAO'S A PARI I F. C0TTO FVITIIRS CoansNiasitPpi trnd for,, a; tt in - MERCHANTS, No. S Front Row, MEMPHIS, TEvS ESSE E. I J irsTa for Partinf . Raa aad eta? aaaaabaa pfsHBiw i, anaaJod ta. l7lwelaBao II AstSPTt HBaBaM ha tan da sssd hi AJ Ihe .pas of auaae and srareclea on tiaM bsssasalBa to Iks Bra, 4 ISA HAM A HILL, lo ta. Eeuaa Bill. ta Ma own iiaase at ta saake a.cani-,1 &r i;rst.:u A H..1 Tee flrss f Graaaoa A Hill will tss dsseulresl ia a short tune, and n snatinnesTfot ta ssit puas of snud.ax us only BAKVXTT ttBtHAM WH (BMIX BILL Mrmphu, Maptt, UBS. In leavtae Br. BIB I take tlieaai ra 1 1 tujllaxadisat krn t toe pst.. asac M the aWhstc airtn-dtwawlas B SBAHAH WM. KENAN HILL, SUCCESSOS TO GRAHAM a HILL, COTTOIV FACTOR, rommi.s.'siun andGrwfn Merehan!, No. O Arx-oxxt Ho-xw. t P" Irealer In Baasiisc, Xp Jeaas. lib,. Oass harq. Ac lot-lr D . H T 0 W N S E N T, l-OTTO. f racTOH. tiROC ER am i mi. mi ssi,,) M v h a w atlrT. ; to Clet) If. erf So FruCt Maw. af aad tti9ff f-'ti, tuyfn aT oWaaaa AKW FIK.M. ..x . trrcs. w mob Toa . tinrr. L'-Tijt Jh Oa- (smtraautt taC HortoaaCo Factors Col I on (sfarral i0BBlsin Merrhaats, KO 1, PBOMTBOW, COB. MOMBOB-3T , CT STAIB9 a k m p his. popi;. it. By..) 4 ommisiim (Late of LevniaT 4 't ton Fartor, PORWARDIIG IERCHANT, Aud dealer in Baxgiag and Kepe. Bonrbon Whisky DniMicaDxl ForHgnWin. Iir?";. Mo t Stewart fc Pros use's Bks-k, Maia Street, brlwsea I'moo and Qsjsaso, kkts-ly IIIHH, Till. I A SASLPLS....M. B Ml TiatLA 1 at SAMPLE Sample, Mitchell ft Co., rOTTO F it TORS, f't.w.wf..so.r. RECEIVING AND FORWARDING MBROH A NTS . B AD150K ST.. TBTXD tXKJtt PAST OP TBTOB BAH. MEMPHIS, TE.VN. A SrPPLT of Vest Bam a aad Pap lsrars is .tor. ia. Order- for s appal, sued SBl-dawlp L. KETCHTJM ft CO.. IOTTOS I 11 TORs. AJVB 4 rm,miS,ion Merc ta a a ron Trnnrxser. trkansai, mssiseiitpl aaa Alabama Prodace, NO. J3 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS. IITB SBBfl take aotkial hut GOLD AND 5ILVXR r Its TT esiuiralBt HB snrrhina whaUrrr ssliv-dTwswtr old hp this trm THE cu-partaeiahipsaf A i Tan fc C- , wa. dissolv ed on the lak last hs ruHtual onaent A i w.tt is rtutrted with the settlers of all bssi nes. rrinrtd with ih Ursa, aad will par aU th lisMli U sol th same. A. 1. WALT. J. B WALT 4 o-Parlnrr-.il!,. rsiue.l bs, I -riii- ' . -, , --.htpse- 1 caw of M Basra. A. J WALT fc CO.. sadar th name .nd atpl of WALT fc JUHVsjOX. will cat nine the Wbolesal Grocer, and OlBHtlSlllS Business st th set staad. Ma. Tl Prsat Bow. Beswahhs, Tests 4. X- WALT, aplt W JAS. JOBNSON' B WALT.. IAS JOSietOB, Heuipbis. Tean of LosUBTille. XT WaLT & JOHNSOaN, (Su-veaur to A J. Wait ft Co.,) If holesale Clroccrs onniMo: tiekcha.i. No. 77 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn., Sign of the Klk Horss. HAVBnaseXaaUvfrr aate a tarte aad well aaaorled 1 -X ,1 tiROCBRIBS. UQrnxs.riOABSxnt PBO DTCK Orders SBUetted for Ptesrr. Park, Baoan. sad Whisk r PToaxpt sltenlusa aair ut l'ia If aassaf r of Cat 100, Corn, and Coaxtrrr Prodare teserallp. aplt Jlr Tot the Spring Trade. wmm esSBIB nLl Mo. 97 tlain Mreet, iSBlSILBT-.t PLCCI.l Wtalfsile and Retail Dfalrrs tl BOOTS SHOES, j l Ladle,- Custom-made Shoes. TRUNKS, VALISES, Carpet Rags, Etc. The stierribrs hav raxspleted BBHB Spritie fkBSBh af BOOTS & SHOES POX OPV7MBEN 3 WBAX. LIMES' ,M mSSES' SI0ES, 4 hililreno' Miws. Ovrr Sherw. Wrnsnns. Etc. atksss. af th aback the, hi Low Price far in. i - - th tkmmm at to We wul au sr.usrs far hiBasBiiUsc pl.asaltsBl ssssttas oaeefutlf aad pcaBBfJr. Hsrinc s Lars War Ik lass, caatrall? bscabsd, ss .an furbish sloras fur srlsrlss af ? hloal far ssvle ar put shtpeseet, asaa r. asBiMii tarvaa. faaa ibi slwass It. -.si iu ew arsid L, the .sstra.-. si- is, !. tBB will be paid to Use re.es.lrht aad . tssa.Jifll .f Me. obsarat. saste-datwam mm: & BbVaIJJ iorttaii (Carts. BAH SAJS I HALS DCA. fc HiU. iiiOll Iffhllll amu Oeattrm in aCsatwr arx4 H-hUhy. Not. It and 21 Sv f I la t 1 II 11 tl i Aoxan oa tha Clacianati ul asaipau f ICtltl Ne iutiag Paper, tAFBBa Oar ALL KTIf n "xMrKBS IM.S 4t. lit MaUn Htrect, LoauavUIr, By. OS dawlr Wiue, Brandies, Rums. KtaVK sTBu?l tV P. TIEINAIv MO, Baltiuiorr. Unrylatid. frTMM ker sale th t.ls las altars of iarara iss J partasaoa. partk-aJsrlv for swaHst, sas . SUITSTtT Wl.vrs peasatftna't sssst pass. tsM sud iraaaBseasBe rl aad white Pbet. is Bsssl aast M A DB1BA Wt! ra. IS sssand sad ' i !!- WINBa tsmaner raa.i-e-CB IHPAflsfP BaVAyBlBS Or.fd SBd assall'l tw aMlBlaaBd dark a. .adsao Ei'M lUdaad tss Juts,, Aauxtva. Grlail sad frusu the IshSBjta. twanrted U.-t ruaa laaaawa. HilLLAiD fllN Th best .MaStT THHtaea braaat sal B Bt 113-s sraaaasa. p i n ,e -t leebsB tawsls al fks sa BOwCAWawtaVtwA aa t . a. nnnso -'0Mt8SI01f MFBCFAHT. !0. C ARON DELET 8TREFT, ' : it Orlcaat. r P" rtaateU. a Sussalisa advanced De bu accept sd alf 7-lr Carppf.s Carpets. "ST ta baBsa. a larao aaaartaaeat uf Tap atr t ValL Mea aix. Trlveta. Tap try raaaatt. Tare pry laajTaaB. Pur sal, th Mats! i-t th. eiarket It WTMWeOB A CO For Stile EK.BT sow I BT new and amveaiea. BBail Saara I iv-r -iluj: -' i- ; Met ta and Sacaaal raarta; tbartarr tm rack atero. I will aeti owe, or aay nnrnbar, r m baaa aiBBiher tocattar aMiittia to tamtof thaaa tha lat of Jaaaary aoat, Aily u aae a: m 6V m tha Ctlhann Bk-rk, ala.ii tit AT COST! Below Cost I WHIPS un fflH THROWN IN yjrp" ' Blv rQBDS "9 etar o SADDLES H.RESS, SADDLEKY Shot Matt rlrta. Iil)s. ETC., CT1 f ,..f a a in into Ca-h. tbe a-flti- re rv-a-M-traHr taTtM ira SUtas apriTwiitito aa we i'iq Ford. Megbie S Co. (Winn's old stand, 231 Bain street, Memphis, Truss tcsaVtfcw II . F. E wwa . C0RXEK or Main and Monroe Streets, MEMPHIS TENN . . .1 AT t F .1 f T f ft F. ft or SatJiJIfs Harney, Arridffs, Bass, JSw., is I DBALXX lis Xioatbor a, Sara as Skirurax. Harness, Sd. Brsdl, Calf Skins. Pa te.. I and Enauinichsd Learhsrrs, Ac r 'J in X3 a XX d . Collar, Whips. Baaars, ,ss,, atlmBss. Bsc . tv. SHOE FINDINGS, SADDLEHY. HARDWARE, TRUNKS AND VALISES. PLASTERING H Ala tulTV."sVa-raTiefc'aSrs;V. sa seed 'bssJRm CdC or rtrow tl,s estsf kvp.-i IIOMB - r tie. Isus-wl .- w p. utwis Sua uf the Bu H. tl. Trustee' Sale. Br -ma t of Jin us , lead of truat execute,! 1st as ,.u that list i .'. . laDT, Bp sOBB p. Sale, to aeru rs i t-er - let! ir.. ssn nerifled. ' i!l 11, rr a-v 1 , 'ti (vest bl'tdr-. ib fruBt ft th eTte ef t. Boru. k-i . Ike Clip af Bsuiphs. ssx the XM day el JbI. ttfst st uclork a a, tha follow .nt sat af tTssaasx. with th ..roretneBts the, sob, rlf j Pa the citv af Hrrn-Qi ler's dfsnssos. black IX aad parte! loxMa. I, beaasaad loHesrai hsaiSHim el a alah whsrs Pishl atreat ers said disisi.TC. and rsstxiax ssalk with the east sal the said strt axat east srltk Betlat's lias Its I IB a stake ; thesce sour h par!! with DvSuto 't IB feet, to s exafea oa LsrSat street ; then north h DseViro street eX ft lo Ihe hesimUBe. Th lit, h atssr s twlicved to be Sisssx, hat I will cssavr, t abus prveerlr Bot salt for Bill aa al th .sas tiwe a stoat of Ih Meaxatua Bu coavarsai so at. ti . ; 1 i B t t s I I" pa place 1 0.017 aas aad Loan JAM. B. COOK. Ciril Emrinct r, Arehiiert and Survrvw, Rf'appo Man .irvl frrnt . , LUMBER' 50,000 limber:: limber::: Elf ,, -taeh Whit Pia. clear aad 4 are feet t-nstti Whit Pise, ctear 1 COB fret t-usrh Whu Pia. deal. I, a) aoo faat 1. 1 is and x-ioch clear Cypres. Stt too fast Pxbs sad Cypress Pesetas hoards, rank. Jl IS J ilsts taa. HU .xsi f t 1,1 sl l-ia h dar p, rlr Ono fet Popi.- PUex. XL"!. .-U'svV It000fet tresessd P n. Pbos-B(. AU far sale hp th SBhscriber, al Xls vards. oa Cesxtar ,afsdia irtd Poyiar street 110 M E COCBXAX rlEMPMIS OSIRAME COMP.tSf !t in, litis, r t it is . OsVe as Ceshpesr BatVliad ca .'eaheaes srst. C.IPiT.lE 9130,000. SAB HlksBT PrssadsNsx BaBBAT. ss Secretar; Tr'BCS aaalnst Plr. Bariae ssdBlver Bisks. Keees X Its funds at basse, srsd, a. hret,Hor . will pap -l fair Haas rerepxapslT piaacToaa X let- a C. ArtlBaiB. T. B Allen, P B Ttrsrtisst, T A Brians, A. O Harris, John U 3pee,l. Unitary mlcatlemft. SITTATED AT LaGRANGE, PBAMEUM COT STT. ALA. Tni .Verf Srattest of this Heti mtiom wB beeim tin 51 t ml.. 1M9. -tndr reahsastea Laawaa-. ati,l Liter- X attire, la addluce to the SeXesXXtBt coarse aaaasBV perSBasl at nxilitarr insutnt uaa. D is. iplLss nyut. and tfrirfJd etiusreed. Tcsms op AoMisaioi N'lnetr skdlars Mr sseaxaaof Sva . -' . S . fw-j, wasBinsr, ne.t, raaax fsrnitar. Us Siisdenu tar La.rnsr wiU less. Ih aad (ThrlataB Bailmad al IKhksn rsesasi. IT f .,,, r the Bale, and Kexnl Masaa sest ca'aoe to Hajor J w . asstserr soa, ssasiiBwaissf. ae BH p. c. vawaaa, Prsstie'it Xrt- !isfTra.tees. tauoiiwisi, Ssvretarv VE.1ROVT CO.. STRICTLY CASH EXCELSIOR WBilOTVPE GULERV, AMD Sewing Machine Depot, t I 4LHOIA RLU4 h. Carner of Monroe and Main Mreett, anMFSczs. thnn. HATXtued ap a katiB bbi saita of roaax on fa oxird Bos. sssjsirs. enkMaan stream eistrasaca, srSaers w tre fellp prperd withaUUe Isxililies 4 '.has pr.stresue iveac. lo keep pace with any artist in our srafeetessn. sad shall tss alsrr-s foaxwl raaaS to serve ..nr , id friend aad th ecsnenitp iaeralrp. with the laaa wtsx of .f.aOTarf.i. sad si, ,ether srvles at aiiswss wrethr of s More ia tho er rrse sn. ws hase srr: fr suppf) in Ihe sadls with '.tss IXTWTA'I MACHI.NKS that cab nseat teliaMe and perfect ha ohtalaed is th i'uitad Stat B.WB7S t loend an exhihltlrs aad fnr Mia aisr place. Irrrecia! car u take u t v o to hat ( tor we tav so ak-rtiia Bene set th- very best surhines. aad sas h aa tasBWsswaasi tneatsetve, orsvt a fa'r srsd iripsrttal trial, and a . nr , ,n :i z. na sir. tie cash svssaei ih . cjth- ws can ras rp sasst assl sell for the o J Ileitis cans froea si!, w. are. Most ilis.iltanv, TEAEOCT a CO . lahX-lT Cp stairs, a raw Mala and Bosroe-st. j a a. aooDRi FF a co "ARRI.r,E MANUFATTURERS, AMD D E A Ii B R S , Not. 3,4 amd i. tZuhamei BmiUrm,., Mmnpku. uiA Mr l l ii i iBr rriasaa xihI (he prjbl gemmrm frr tha Utwral aau Stte, hare lie Isiwel tkesa thai sea are still at lha osd staad, aast Better prepares than aret to sappty sll their wants is oar Use tier ", X . f arriaae, aud Hii::ie. m larse aad w.tl aaaartad. txaaarsslns evevp variet). hsjalt esprtsaslp fw this asarkrt. Put sssss in wast nf aav ee-erifSiril sthertst. will tod it u. thasr aster. -c ' rail npoo as tsstare par, 'hastier.. W. ar. 1 1 i si BBBi 1 1 re haiid sap Isarrbsxlon .dearrxeaet la spssv st tea sasi mi BaSt.r. AH kinds of -efssi-lise aVsx win. nssamss. ..: diSsst-t a A A WlAJtmCPP CBS. V( ,LL PAPER. WILL PIPER. $3000 worth of Wall Paper at Coat for Caah tirsxssei'ptstsin ii-- , st -1 - : wj ve PAPBSL whschwa peases to aen at as-- aws March's t Bit s JBSa. tssasbsis-t. a,. -areaeer,. , f .sal Memrdua on.ppli- ass est. Per eats tp clxaixxj a . Bruas aui) tibfrnifals. Wltitir, BROTH EKS, AJMl wWai r ib DHt UH. M Bici CHEMICALS, PoKFUMKmY, Toilrl .trtlcttu, Paint. OU. 6 axes aid 'lAkntrrf tptnru rr" are , tar. TI.iiii Hiid t'nlein Klrccta. TWTTJTVI JL j. J.X-3. TE-sTN. rje,TATHfe CASB4a a PCRE DRt'GS' : - 7 s-e DRUQSrPAJNTS, ?ilS,QLASS,SEEDS8c MEMPHlSsTEsNN. WrB ars now prepared ror th SCMME1 TBAisIC havteat recaleaa bbubsvo addttsoes sa sstt ssack Bsssrr at lacks sold easier a si.- .cl ssataetr, at th k.ssax A .Taiitn. let 8 Co.. Urwxwra Boa. MU aad 3B Msin suaas. Set Aim uf th Law sad Mortar ) Fresh Drugs. xvri bse la star and tar sal 350 lbs. Best Cakuaei, ttu lb,. Best Bluetkaaa. 90 lbs. Iodine. 75 Ibe. lost. Potass 1000 lbs. (sunt Camphor. 330 ibe. E. J. RLubar j. 300 Ma Gam Aioe. 0000 ax. Suiptt. Quinine, 300 lbs. Pmv'd. Ipecac. 1000 lbs. Spirits Nitre. 20D lbs. Strip EUver. 150 lbs. Cbloroform. 25 bblt. Sytts. Turpentine. 50 bblt. Linseed Oil, 50,000 lbs. Pure Walts Load, 60 bile. Atctjfao', 350 gross V r mifuce, aatorted, he. Bur tat low bp 01) S. MAXurlkLft m qq ICE CREAM 1 ! CRIiM D. RAF T" ICE CREAM. SODA WATER, CAKES. CONrELTIO.NLRIE-, CA.NDIE3, NUTS, FRUITS, a, ac The teaci.i .. rresui aaisUftlC -'f th aaloun. whsta 1 li. -; tl" ,. - -s- es caaslkT Ms it .... !?T"3:" C. B. lafAT cfx COJ9 FIRST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES. tt Co ' rmm'arm 3to' H 1 ICE CREJvi: Creatfst ErtiBrr af e Heaxao. harm -4 a.ai'-w eeaiy -aacri son, (which it aatiBf3ctar I -all- t Ureu Vm PANTOSCOPIC! una pebble SPECTACLES MESSRS. SZMrilONS & CO., Optiolansi axd MANxrACrrarR-t op rat ibovt will XKOWX SPBCTACLE3 SAVB UlCATrO TBIMXXXTBS AT Mo. M 1-9 Broadway. It. Y., anin nu L.xrAxai aorisi iitiixc ke-p Drsted a Irs aa-irtment . IB ! r. taw bsb : WssSswahsS ar retail. VOltlTLASDVrx t St OPEKA AM COSMORA.M1 Of which a new Baser ar The trad sopptit B-1AI-I aVtofirr'. H B4Xaaaada at tha Urn herebe rail ro per- na j otB- e aad fWtUatha mnm. J A WILSt-S. Revfivt-r, ap!Cp-wth9 it0 a HdriwBB atreeL mYottee. S. P XXAPHns the Btatk f 'tt, tnnlO-Ini Valuable Plaatatioo TOR 3ALE. fBH taa 1 situated 1 - -1 '.. - ?!,,ir..n.,t, SSBIb Of JXcfcSOI I acts cleared. Ha place fta Basftaisa , , xl. .. Lift .1 'and , as 1 have drier tensed to se',' Btaii -a CLOTHING. ( hililrpa Sla5e. 3 ta S Years. 9 ta 1 Tears. 13 ta 18 .f irs ill Stars. Bays' TantaV i. aa. de. t- TrXATILIN'l DI'3TI!:3, MXNS' AXD TOCTHS' A LP ACC A DXAP OrlTI AMD ITALIAX C0 4T9. P A.xTS l r TESTS. CLOTB COATS. BOISsUX PASTS, SATIS VISTS MAXSLILLXS SCTT3. waitt aad CMered. LISBS SlITS. Win xnd Brnsra xaiBTS, BASnxxxcrncps. collaxs, cxavats, TIBS. CXDXaxSBIXIS, BXSUSB HALT 008B. DBAWTBS. BTC. . BTC., PTC- Jest rscoi-csst sshfllBslsl sw, piles at the ahove xxsakx, mskirat oer aasortaaaal vary .pme. tf saiAIa, CUytaiXts. nc, wade to order Taylor .VrEscen. siUt Main -tresrt. near Wor-ham hViase. Freah Fruits all the Year. THE YEnA FR VMT B O T T It E P ysw'S' pre- .-d fie I '- e. f thj asXITesa the prc-Tork fffflli i WAREHOUSE J. I e Tker makes v, :. -If J peisstar, at Waiworth, Ways t aissffllaafo. s. E W FIB n jaaau 3lm a. A, BOLT yOl H. HM T a t ".. Html Estate Brokrr; Cilaitaiiiatla .BfVT-ffcTnf s. eVerterraf .1tfmt, S9. 318 fiiri mm :t, rr stuus, scat wll ossaa sdsfers Ice rr raise on jm Tl so: Kit st .t St. SI IDs I T'. at act prevast . Title ass. tetose Listaa. ajtseeesst - w--. .. ...r. Isdlson. Art ;xtn :r. ieLit. loot tM . Oa AcrrstI 'XUO Bad. HOCSE3 AND LOTS POR ?ALE. Vvur Is tLsoa as Con sad Caen eiuara. V -. !' - X - -Him sr.-.s II rsasxa, .t ' Ho-se wtik I r--ax- 9 d- 1 and A-r Basse -st sate al TaBvtrMt. ib rr of Coax. rtSHSBw ;..3--e Moaaa to tory fTaatM. aad tOw milVimm-- A-Urn aaraaa. atrear, near CaJltoan atxaet n-jaoafl f. fta mum a Aueala 1 sa Sher"-y-trat aa toe Vackt A ttmrmm bwUtaaaaT La fr, aa - ra" e '.v VALUABLE 9rBRBt tw Arraaaci flUabara ir-eL aia-t r-xana aa3 a.l nr-t.aa'y -,ot tvaata. . rhAtri. aa. to Acrea 3 H mllm trmm Uve ettr aaa mla Vyacaf taM ret-ala Coilerai ItufMe wuh 4 rooBwa, x ltoaaaa. ear , oaavbatr wei:UiaTTarM 10) reet be aa Je-P on roatva.lM-ir 111, tar oaa aata taa atjati i-a. aVrtate, raBtat raaaaa aaal ail aatrta tarr oat aaea, aa'aaa, etr. X2 innrf Uaamtjerj. apoaBaOaa. I oa atcLaia waraa, 2 lai.ea rrtu Cu-rt SqTwra. M Aereal 3Jaa fraaa ae 'ite wttuata 3tata Laaa o-ai ruaaa.lK bfX to Cafaira aeeaaa. a tcraa Xoreba4 t--'- :-. 00 rartal -ert af Baa aaw aUltiati read iMgap wullr M.rabasat1 Oat of IxH at iCacTea and faajr 'oU tal acrea each. 2a) ail. an rVwatJ Oa-t Sqna'a ca Hrraaa, P-r k-a! 3f-ar Vh dtp. r House, are! Jess la dlret parts f ra t pas tr. ia r-cui tss. laxarosrac Aius start qiBSStll, of laoda rnTssssSseee, ArkflSHBH Hlssi.s.ppl, lesaasiBB and Texas TOCICO. HOLT A CO.. rsal N, a, Mas itrtsrc sp sta'sa Trutr- ' Sale. a 3L a, etB'i. rmitia-1. I Tenn to tbaTU day Uttiald o ta Ma 7 ' H.rwarf. assl Of B a tiatr. ss. tthr asntini HlfSEi.i HO TEE. 014 Point sOBfart. Ta. MILLER & SCOTT, S. W. nr. Hate, and Pis ifrsaXA, St. Loiii. Mo. CARPETS, OIL CLOTHES AJD mm iTT'-ve- ss-I n. La st-s s - - AjiaJaSnXONS. VELVETS, WItT0.V9, BltrSSELS, TAPESTRT. THREE-PLY. SCPER INGRAIN, GERM AX and VENETIAN CARPET; AL9U, A TABIETT OP RCGS, MATS, WINDOW SHADES and Cl-RTAIN DAMASRi Obt idadk la taattrarr aarw, larfe aad maapiata. art wa offer at ow pricaa, wfcofaaala m retai. fee eaah. tr b pioaiTt baeaia. MILLER fc tTCOTT. aajRefJoi BaaMaVwaat oo-aer Main art Vmt aha. mm white zixe p.i.t. 'AA TO 23 SKOW tt'aTTTB V.VD ifO- I Ory aax jUv Baataad in OIL iV ?RA'CI, waji4Mei aPTXi a tcr ted ta arrtea for tata hy JOSRPtl M 5TROfir 33 Reade et'eet. Hear T-. Arent, T!e:,:e M-cwCVi Rani. Nt V l4. H A 4. H I Lri. ll-r hsrassaw oe hauef tor V V mat rsf BXBShlBS. 1 Wd' Patart' Lore Ttltrh a Brs.UHasr-s Lort Alien Msh SIOBt's BIlSUc Lask BXlteb w Qnsker City Loop Sxatcb with Tsassrt A Paer-s Lack StitcL (Plihen't Machine. The wd Machine ia s urtte SBd xass Baettaae, ant setll tew aae attests, alanstl kkBd. tamesa learn.. Thess Ma. hlnes are vlesxantlp I t tr snd war-sated ,! Is any Mathlte Bad. Oer Taotart MachiBe sa . ewe itttx Maahina for all faositr aarTaw,. The ssarkinss BS tees snd tried al Mesar JAM F1sthrvv, Psmirsr dara. OS miss -tree- tserwesm Mais sad Seessad HSIIBa, Mempi l Call sad see them deetd-if T T It B. J TBABSTPT 1KcXJ:.ITI0. TBT partnership keretsifrsr esutias hat wees Ska nsaaarsttmad. sa thia dT naao.ved hp HJ 1 1 Blast, aci all ra swhss owlu to th. Via sr isaltned t. A a x a CURTIS. a. a cmap. fltsmphi. March It. ISM. IRIilMi T. A "XTD fc WATER! Lmse'.rert Vrw Seftunal Map af . I SP 57 TQB9B bsm shew the secticsx sod frscxirssal sssatkaaa sa all navtxahl ttreaosai Ihe talliurp aast dlstexshk in Blink SIS lllialsl tl tki I snsxs wp-cn see aow sot'fet to doftattsai to artsal settlers, th 'sssda as ; lscwsl hp the Sut of Arkansas as part of us ASBcABS sen. toSAwen-to ker by Corwe-.-i th seminarp aad alt aria, lan-H net Csantrealcia; Tssnubip. Blna It taut off at u. Ira a cinutsre re,resntation of th ptasa aa Sas in tha several land otcee tn thisSutst aw edit can. with BO the new csmtisa, Urwes. rallroada. xc Tts teetket nups s- n Saund s. ntnalla aee-r,, and I can 1st aast hp sail without Mense. wiltis m.i is, iisSjs sBB bssth SBh,:t fur c S.sse. sss aa to he sent sa.'etv e.tSer h, mstt w.se Wa Kara she Sailer Bsrss snd Prxket BBSs. ... order.ni wt I ri.sje nrec'irsn -tse titci .isa aid Par seaa hp C LBATsa VAJBBf. "Ts". HKUCE & CO., Carriage Mannfactorers, Not- 39 and 41 Monroe Street, .Tfrsefprti-. Tenn. JLSO DRJLF.VS IS ALL KVSS 0 Carriaae Hardnvarr. TrimaiiriaB. Spokes. Hubs, Fellow,, Wheel-., raints. Oils, Varniabe, Etc. 1 are now recervirs L.x:'...Ki : COMPLITii A r-x is KKI (.K UxtxDWARav tt TRI MBaQMsS,. BTBB BBCH.OBT TO MBMPBIS. Ail of which, testae at war earn aw now rTred at Hi v, rp S3 wast prices Tents Cash or PsaawSBSP txttBABBB tlrwa ta sal order, tor at sad repair, nt. Bvrry iescnpjcsn of OMSIXL'S li-.-. atatasl al the sheriest raouce. -w s- rk warranted for esse yexr Bxati-ip a. a br r a co Pump Mamufactory. Samuel Folwell. f ASUPACTTRBX "I CHAIN PCMPS. at wxsaleaale IV1 or retail. So. Ill Adam .tret. woJd inform tie axeseesMI taturtiish Ptimpa st ss rnanBahl prioas a ran he psesBhaasd auewhara 1 am prepared to do sjl kinds if Cars, nter week at short antic. Slvr wa a oxD. S POLWXLL, ccts-Iy Be. HI I Sail st; set. Jurtrensen Watches. A PEW JVXXS snd 0SB CBatOawMBTBa, of this sxost nihil slst Bs-Xsr re lractd I - Watches have tha Irsx rpnt .na rmj- 1 Sa iheaa BBasssaatad nu w rs ,-t r acenracp lor uma. .sc . aa.s. o: . um simpivle sdwisa '.hetn ' Sny s s tae, 3. b hbrximas a co , 3X1 Main street. Memphis. Tews. Msald,t can. fBhia BLACK8MITHING ASD rtVityoH .Waking. . TBE sahsarlher Is new carry- . AW tct ob th eBesre tsrane0M ijm&mmmm. ve r tj ot.vp ,s , i . : work at fair cri-e. H at his 5-h pdorres hsalneas tscssrs TkLBNTlKS SVtXSEB. . 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