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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1872.
FIXAXCE AD TRADL.
Office oi i.tr ItAii.v AprKAL, )
Trusi at. July , 1STJ. I
Scarcely a ripjile showed life in Madi
rti street to-uav. Kxi'hanxe bad no
features; it bocoines rarer aa traaa-
ai-Uona in t he city become fewer, but the
rate la still par buying aud t jTemium
selling over the csiunter. Money in leas
and. leas easily obtained at the regular
rale of ten per rent-, and then generally
fo? ii.; oer some date short of Sep
tember. In the street, with pood signa
ture or sound collaterals, rates are from
1 to 2 per cent, per month. Govern
ment gold coupons were ottering rather
freely : they were taken at gold rates.
llft(a Il-Sj, and wert eagerly snapped uji.
Gold was offering in only trivial amount
at Some small lot of city currency
would have iieen taken at SeSJ. Gayoso
stock company i said to have appreci
ated and to he wanted at IS5 and over;
we await transactions.
Arkansas Levee bonds, nominal.
County scrip. SUtaiSo. Barlwur Lewis,
certified, t&iiSK. Gayoso Gas Company
stock, nominally 65. Memphis aud
Tennessee railroad 1st mortgage, 84; 2d
mortgage, 721. Memphis city railroad,
41 Bank of Tennessee money ,W(a4 for
old issue: new issue, oV-S7. Ten
nessee Comptroller's warrants, 93. Lit
tle Rock railroad first mortgage bonds,
90. Memphis city gold bonds, ex
coupon, 8U; currency bonds, ,( .i.
Memphis past due coupons, 75. For new
Mississippi levee b per cent, bands
foe. Mississippi new, 1872, warrant
74. Mississippi Central railroad stock,
13. Second mortgage Memphis and
Ohio bonds at 80.
The ooureof cotton is still downward :
New York quotes lower, 241 c; Liver
pool also lower, 10,S,lld, while New Or
leans can ijuote no better than 23i23ie.
The position of New t rleans. however,
is not quite as had ax it appears upon
paper. The following quotations from
the New Orleans Tim' of Friday last,
which gives interesting information on
Home other points, also explains this:
" We remarked in our last report that a
portion of the suply consisted of small
lots which the holders were anxious to
class out, aud on which, in order to ef
fect -ales, they were willing to make
concessions, but that the principal lists
could not be lought at the ruling rates.
This continues to be the case, and there
is such a wide margin between the pre
tensions of the largest holders and the
prices accepted for trifling lots pressed
upon the market, that quotations must
be regarded as nominal. For example,
Liverpool middling was sold yesterday
at 23c and to-day at 22je, which is lc
below the figures at which an order of
any magnitude could be filled from the
stock of the principal holders. Good
ordinary was uttered to-day at 21 Jc, but
the larger holders ask more. Our quo
tations indicate 214(21 jc for strict good
ordiiinrv and 23fi li-i , for strict low mid.
dling, but we have heard of no sales of
either. The amount on shipboard not
cleared going on board and engaged for
shipment, was net do a n this morning at
20U bales ,2200 for Liverpool, and MOO
for Havre , which deducted from the
stock then on hand by our running
statement, leaves 12,0Ufl bales to repre
sent the quantify iu presses and picke
ries unsold or awaiting order, to which
should be added a few hundred bales,
made from loose cottons, samples, etc,
since the count of stock.'' In our mar
ket so little was done that it is a mere
form to make a record of it: 6 bales
strict ordinary at 22ic 2 at 22, 3 at 33c,
low middling; 2 at 24jc, 4 at 241c, mid
dling; 6 at 2Hc, good middling. We have
here mi idling selling at New York
quotations and low middlings at 23;
this shows the market to be utterly un
settled, and we again omit quotations.
The following Is a comparative daily slale-
1-71 2 I-". 1
Receipt to-day. ..
ts to n:ite..
and Chi.rlestou railroad
and Ohio mil road
Ivsumaled per wagoux and oilier sources. ... 15
Memphis and Ohio railroad.
-l M P. tl TIARKtm,
Business was distressingly dull iu all
ijuarters to-day. The holders of Cunt
claimed a stronger position, but too little
was done to -orrohorate their views; a
lot of yellow sold on lauding at Tic, and
that was certainly no higber. In New
York corn is lower, it is firm in New
Orleans and stronger in St. IsHiis, iu
Chicago it is lower. (Mta were held
differ. VJ.r a-ked. 41- offered; in Chicago
they are a shade lower and are dull aud
drtKpiiig in Cincinnati. Uny is very
l'jiet. prices weak. Bran was offeriug
tsjt we could not hear of takers. Oortt
tntal steadily maintains former rates,
$3 36 on the landing. F!ottr, without
change of ijuotaUous, is held stronger;
millers are preparing their machinery
for the new wheat, and, w hile doing so,
grinding decreases, which relieves the
market of the plethora aud gives a
stronger attitude. JCgg are scarce and
lots of absxrlutely fresh tirought 16c
( ur-krn were in small supply and firm.
tAatttem offer in only moderate quantity
at $ 25sl M per bbl; th- iual ty i
generally excellent. Buon maintains
its advance; bunas are especially strong.
. as Utrk i -an still be had at its old fig
urea, $1S 2SfsMS SO. Ixird is unchanged.
MONETARY AX II Fiji ASClAL MATTEBS
tLATBST BBPOBT BY TILBOBAJ-H.l
New Yomk, July 9. Gold dull and
steady at 13al8;. Loans were from 1
to per cent. fo. carrying. Clearing
werearsMit $!4,iW.U). Money easy at
o' to "t ier cent, on call.
Sterling Exchange Bankers' bills, W.
8outheru Stat rsw-uri Lies 8Ute bonds
dull and firm. Quotations: Missouri,
94c, ex. interest; Tennessee, old, 74J-;
do new, Tie; Virjrinia, new, 6oc; do
old, 4-ie; North Carolina, old, 34e; do
new , 21c.
United Btatea Bonds Governments
are quiet at the following quotations:
Coupons of lhl, lsc; 5-20S of 1862, 14J;
vaisof 184, 14i;6-lMof lb65, 15; 5-2Us
ofll5,new, I':;; 5-20s of 1867, 15 ; 6-20.
of 1868, 14; ; do 10-40s. 12,; currency 6a,
Stocks and Bontnv-Stocks opened at
prices sligtitly lower than last night,
and by nooii had declined to all
around. On the second call there was a
1 ight rally, the market closing dull and
steady. Quotations axe as follows: Can
ton, 9b; Western luion Telegraph
Company, 75; Quicksilver, 4J; Adams
ErpreeCornpanv, i7; Wells fc Fargo
Express Company, Btyj American and
Merch'ts KxureK- Comtiativ, s;(;tuiU'd
Ktsti1!nimsjOnniD'v. ss: I'acift.-Mail,
114: Harieir, preferred, 130:
Central. IU; 1'iltsl.urg, Kon
ayne and Chicago, W? : Nortbwesteni,
7.i; Northwestern preferrexl, i; mock
Island, 111 New Jersey Central, 1U7;
Kt. Paul, 531; S- 'ul prefermi, .8;
Walntsh, 74i;Wahasli preferred, 87 j. fort
Vsna 15: Terre Haute. 3; Terre
4U' 'liifaito and Alton,
id Aluxi preferred, 11;
ksappi. 4nV; Cleveland,
InclnnaU, 5; BuriinK
1: Union Pasjlfic, 37;
bonds, 101 1 ; Union Pa
Delaware and Ijockport,
iud Erie, 7.
li'M : t ik.is!
Ohio and M
cine bonds, is
1051; Hart f. .1
New Oklkans. Julv . 11:30
Sight exchange, 3 lftaj premium. 8U-rl-in
Loicdon, July a Consols. 2; United
Htates c.mina, 5-30s '62, 921; do. '65,
924; do. 'b"7, fB; do. 10-Kto, 80.
FBANtcyotrr, July 9. U. S. coupons
5-aus lvi, 9b,
Pabts, July 9. Rentes, 5Sf, 70c.
OOTTON MabUlETS OF THE WO&U).
senn. 7: ran
(LAVBsTf 1 1 I BY TSL.XUBAPH..J
New Yobk, July 9, 1 1 :30a.m. Cotton
dull; ordinary, 194c; stood ordinary.
22K ; 1' middling, 2;i. ; middling, 24 ;
Alabama. 2f4c: Orleans, 25c; Texaa,
25c. Snlos -futures, last eveuiug, 34O0
laxles; market nominal; July, 23 jc; Au
jjust 2: 13-16c; Hemteiu!r, 22c; Octo
ber, 20 H -all entlrefy nominal.
12:2" ji.m Cotton very bdl and de-pre-
e.1; .iuota4ons cannot Is- -riven;
fir,linary,l9ic; good ordinary, 22c; low
middling, 23,; middling. -Mic; Alabama
24fc; Orleans, 244e; Teras 2tc. Fu-
uif uiisetiM; b'TsHb, IM t','
3:20 p.m. Cotton nominal; ordinary,
lte; good ordinary, 22c: low mid
dling, 2SjC; middling, Mie Alalsama,
24e; Orleans, 24 c; Texas, 25c. Hales
to-day to spinners, 198 bales: futures
unsettled; atlas, 24,900 bales; July, 22c;
Cotton report for four ;days at all
United Btates porta Net receipts, 1927
bales; exports to (ireat Britain, 3340
bales; stock, all classes, 138,443 bales.
Livbbpool, July 9, 10:80 a.m. Cot
itou dull: upland-, lid: Orleans, 11yd;
ales, nooo bales.
1 p.m. Cotton dull aud easier; up
land-, Italia; Orleans, iitaiiiti; sales.
W00O liaies; export and speculation, 1000
5:30 p.m. Cotton dull and easier ; up
lands, lft;alld; Orleans, 11 jail jd.
New Orleans, July 9, 11:80 a.m.
Cotton quiet and little doing; middling,
23a23c. No sales.
2 p.m. Cotton nominal ; middling,
23a23-; sales, 175 bales: receipts, 43
St. Loco, July 9. Cotton dull and
Lomavxmc, July 9. Cotton dull and
nominal; middling, 24c.
Nashville, July 9. Cotton dull and
a shade lower; low middling, 23c.
Cincinnati, July 9. CottotoJull and
I VST (MODS MARKET.
Nkw York, July 9. There is a better
feeling to-day among the agents of do
mestic woolens, as a large number of
buyers of these goods have visited the
city. The Western clothing-houses are
a-ell represented, aud Philadelphia job-
tier!' are looking around; they all talk
lower figures, but it is expected that the
fact of so many manufacturers having
closed will stimulate prices. Anite and
cambric prints are still sold ahead ; lc is
looked for as the opening price for dark
work. Jobbers are filling a few city
orders, but are not Inlying, as they think
woolen and cotton goods will not be any
higher. Importers say that importations
will be light, and are therefore hopeful
or a good fall trade.
THE DOMESTIC PRODUCE MARKETS.
LATEST BETOBT BY TELEtiBAra.'
New York, July 9. Flour man ac
tive and a shade firmer; sutler Western
and State, $5 l"a5 65: good to choice,
$6 35a7 15. Whisky tinner at 92c. Grain
wheat quiet; No. 2 spring, afloat,
$1 52. Rye more active but lower;
western, afloat, 7oa"8c. Corn rather
more steady; steamer, Western mixed,
58aWc. Oats a shade firmer; Ohio, 42a
44c. Eggs dull and heavy; western,
17al8c Coffee quiet; Rio,
Sugar firm ; fair to good refining, 8a9c.
rVtroleum crude. !; rwiuest, jalljc
l.,-0 I-,-,. ,..rL- -l.-o.K at 1 'i SJta 1
alo . Beef quiet: mess, $T 60a9o0.
Cut meats steady. Hams, ll)al3c. Lard
heavy; No. 1 to prime steam, 8a91c;
kettle, 9c. Butter dull : western, 10al6c.
Cheese dull at Tallc.
CmcAOO, July 9. Flour is dull and
nominal. Wheat in a speculative de
mand; prices higher but irrejrular; No.
2 spring closed at $1 24 J Corn Demand
good; ?io. 2 mixed, ac offered. Oats
dull and a shade lower; No. 2, 26c
Rye, ijuiet, No. 1 and 2, 65a5tic.
W bisky Demand (air, sales at 5asi6yc.
Pork Opened firm but clused dull at
SIS lual3 15, ic cash. Lard steady at
SS H5vS 7i. Bulk meats firm and un
changed; no sales
Bacon Steady; onls i
. ww -J I
sales of 2i,t ikvuikIs.
nam s ,-sucar-
cured, 13al3,c paid. Cattle dull. Mo
lasses Anxious to sell; Texas 26a36c.
Hogs Doll at $3 8(16 00.
New Orleans, July 9. Flour dull
and drooping; XXX, V 75a8 50. Corn
firm; mixed, 60c; white mixed, 73c;
white advanced to 75c. Oats quiet at
45a4oc. Hay prime, $2527; choice,
tatttSO. Bran, $1 osai 10. Pork dull;
mess held at $12 75. liacon is
firmer; shoulders, oiaaj: clear sides,
4a9c. Hams choice sugar-cured, are
14-f . Lard qniet: tierce, packers, 9c;
refined, 9c; half keg and kettle, lOJc:
refined, 104c. Sugar in good demand
and stock decreasing; fair to good fair,
MasHe; prime, 104c. Molasses, no stock.
Whisky dull, 85a4c. Coflee, iTslf Jc
Lori8TLLJt, July 9. Tobacco quiet:
sales 181 hogsheads. Bagging Demand
fair; sales, 700 pieces, at -j-pound
flax, 17c; sales, 201) pieces, at 2
pound hemp, 16,c. Flour dull and
fair; extra family, 6jc. Grain quiet:
Wheat, $1 20.il 30 for cboi red and
white. Corn 63c. Oato 43c. Rye 80c.
Provisions firm and active. Mess pork
$12 cash. Bacon, 5aHa6ic, packed.
Bulk meats, 5a7a7rc, loose. Hams ad
vanced; sugar-cured. 13ial4c; plain,
12c. Lard Kettle, fa ; i-ontracts, 8fc;
kegs, lis.-: order lots, Jaijc higher. Whis
ky steady at 84c.
St. LoriB, July 9. Flour dull but un
changed. Wheat is more in demand
and firmer, sample lots of medium to
choice fall, $1 35al 45. Com, dull; No.
2 mixed, 38a39c. Oats, dull; No. 2.
30c. Whisky, steady at sTc. 1'ork, dull
and nominal. Bulk meats are in fair
demand : loose clear rib, 7c. Bacon is
stiff bu the demand is light: fobbing
lots of clear rib and clear, R ; order lots,
shoulders, 6c. Hogs are quiet at $3 75a
4 25. Cattle wuige at $2 25aK 25.
Ctbtctnnati, Julv Flour dull, $7a
7 25. Wheat quiet, $1 4al oo. Corn
-demand fair aud prices advautted. 49a
50c. Oats dull and nominal. 33a37c.
Pork dull; regular, $12al 2 25. Urd dull
and a shade lower; summer, 7ja7c
I try salt meats; sboulders, 5c; clear rib,
Ha7c; clear, 7c. Bacon demand good ;
5fc, 7c, 7tac. Hams, sugar-cured,
in demand, Hallji. Hogs steady at
$4 Ma4 40. Whisky steady, S4c.
N A fsH VlXLE.
Nasbtvtlxm, Julv 9. Flour super
fine. $5: choice ftaiily, $7 50a8. Wheat
lower; $1 Oual 30. Corn, 68c, sacked
and delivered. Oats, 55c, sacked and
delivered; 36c loose. Barley, 50c. Rye,
70c. Oommeal, $K '. Provisions very
active and firm. Mess pork, $14; rump,
$M 80. Lard -prime steam, 9 je; kettle,
10c. Bacon shoulders, 6jc; clear rib,
clear sides, 8Jc. Hams sugar
PosTomcB, Mixph is, July 1, 1TZ.
Orricx Hot as Pboh I a.m. roSr.M.; StJS
sav, ran re IS a -at.
i BtenioliisAUbloK.H. i
1 Ivrice daily )
( Memphis ft Chfeon i
i ii.K.-laily J
i M'sslsalpiii ft Tenn.
, K.K.-dslly ,
'! l.til- A Little KM-k .
i : t: m v i
l Mlsa.riv. to Helena A
I Kriars Ft. dally
t vj.m .Ttiii:.. Sat
Miss. riv. loan. Lssuis
1 Hon. ft Thur.
i White Hlver aaaal
i week) .Tnsstftoat.
i Ark.rlv.- trl-sreekly
Mori.. Wed.ft Prl.
Marion in weekly,
Mon.. Wed.ft Krl.
Cubs, Taatissa I
weekly, Kriday i
. n. I..llu mil llliv .
' '( Branch Tues-AKrt. i
and North tourt
M km en is. So. B-Mecu evcrv Tu.sy nigli ;
A. J. Ward. N. U.; R.Y. Atexander, . U
John W. Wayneaburg, Seeretarj , k K.
(.mcBABAW, No. aMeeto every MfaBBaj
night; Li Lvy,H. U.; D. sc'
J . A. Holt, Secretary ; H. D. Ki
st'iiiLi.BB. No. is- Meets every
night ; Joseph I'hL N. U.; H. ti
; J. A.Uronanf.rinmajy ; J.
1 re usurer.
Baskxk. No. 147-Meet ever.
T. . Jukes, U. (,.: . 11. HI
K. Jack, secret
. l.'.i.i i LODUE.
Mbmmub DaoaBB, No. -i Meet first Saturday
of eacn month : w h. Mov-ton, i. j : o.
Bingham, D. 1. M.J. K KnaseU, A. I. M -.
1 . s. J ukes, tteeretary, Leoa La-vy, Treasurer.
i UAToao. Ho. Meets m the first and third
Thursday utgbta of e--h month; John Unk
hisuer. C. P.; John iord .ii, H. P.; W. H.
Mmston. 8. .; H. Y. Alexander, J W.;
Thomas, Hacon. Bwrlbe.
Mkufhi, No. Mavth second and fourth
Thursday nlgnutsfeaet. amsili- r.H. Jahea,
' '. P.; T. Bsnsaaaaa, a- r-i J. . waytssw.
, i.upg. K. W.; A. W. Mewsom, J. W.-, J. F.
i I'lachcT, ssrrtbc.
South MFYtpdls. No 11 Meets 3d
"rh mouths; hall corner Madison and Se
ond. A. J. Wbeeto.
Ms uie. secretary.
Axukxoka, No. MS-Meets flnrt Monday in
every month, at Odd fellow San, earner
Court and Main; C U. Locks, W. M.- B
Lrn,A Scott, No. M efts first Thurslt.y
each month: nail corner Msdlson and hee
ond ; 14. Siunn, W. M. ; M Hochatedlar, Mm y
DeSoto, No. MB Meets third Friday of each
month, at Odd Ke! lows Hall; It. c. William
sou, W. M.; K. W.WS ill B.sWrctary.
K. ..v, issisa. No. 311 Meets fourth Friday of
each month, at Month Memphis Hall, corner
of Madison and Sconod; to. B. Richard,',
W. M.; Louis Cxapshl. Secretary.
Pes s Chaftbb, No. Meet aeeond Mon
day of each mouth, at Odd fellows Hall ; c.
M ( arroll M. K. H. P.; rt. M. Lev , tsec'y.
Mi mi his Chaitbh, No. BJ Meet at Odd
K' II.. w Hall third Monday of each month;
U.S. Matthews. M.E. H. P.; John W. Ward,
R. AND S. M.
Kr rbk A UoCsciLla. M eeU third Thn raday
of each month, at Odd Fellows Hall ; U. Ke
der, Th. DL; C. H. Myer, Recorder.
Cybbhb Coxbtandbby, No, 4 Meeta fourth
Msoday of each svonUi . UeorKe Mellersh,
Dun , T. J. March ua, Recorder.
Mithbas Loohb or PKarBCTiox, No. 1, A.
and A. 8. Rite Meets fourth Thursday of
each month, at Angrrona IoIkf Hall: Geo.
MnrshMaT. E. t . McDowell. Secretary.
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IS AID or THE
PI BLIC LIBBABT
AT LOI'IflTILLE, KEHTCCKY
antlioritv in the act of the legislature.
incorporating the Public Library of
K'. n nckv. the trute-s wul Hive their
, miKi &in Vmmrtri in the great hall of the
Public Library Bonding, in Louisville, Ky ..on
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
lOO.OOO TICKETS OT ADMISSION
will he Issued at Sill each: half-tickets.
Sf; quarter-ticket,! ; 11 whole tickets for
miM-aforf.:: jg for KM: 113 for $Wt: 3 for
gjj; IB for tblOO. No discount on leas than
t worth of ticket- at a time.
During the Concert the sum of
$500,000 in Currency
will be given to the holders of tickets by dis
tribution by lot of Sas Thoausaad Ulftx. as
LIST OF (UPTS:
One fentnd ll t. mah glOO.OO
One Urand llk, ash S
cash 5i00 4 gift KM each tl0
Ju,ii logins 1,000 each loftw
l 21 gilts
H.UUO 25 gifts
mii each 1K.WO0
HO each 1W
Ton each 17UKX)
MO each :i,o0
:X each 22,100
4U) each auou
aoo each J .
IOC each r,: .-'
1 8,000 iigift-
1 7,V) la gtfts
1 ,U00 do gifts
l s,ouoi o girts
1 4MMo gifts
Total 1000 Gifts, all cash .
The Hon. Thomas E. Bbaylbttk, late
j Oovernor of Kentucky, hn- couaented to
n piwut the trustee lu the management
of this second tirand tiifl Concert, and
he will personally see that the money
from the -ale of tickets is deposited with the
treasurer, that the drawing 1 fairly eon
ducted, and the gifts Justly awarded and
The drawing will take place in public
In fun view of the audience, and un
der the Immediate supervision and direc
tion of Hie , .nicer- und 'rustce of the Public
Library of Kentucky and the followlng-
i -. . 11 i I i i ill il HtlMn.
. ' ' TTi
WOO I is . e ' W 11 II!'. IV V f m ., . ,un
all is fair! v done:
Hon. M. B. HARDIN, Judge Court Appeals,
Hon. J. PROCTOR KSOTT. Late M. C. Leba
Hon. H. W. BRUCE, Judge Ninth Judicial
(Jen. EM ft. MT'RRAY, f. S. Marshal, Dls
PHI I.I i' Jl'IXJE. of the Ixu:sille Hotel Co.
Hon. T. B. COCHK AN.Chan Urn. Clian. court.
Hon. E D. STANDI PORT, lrestdent Karmen-
and Drovers' Rank.
Hon. JOHN BARBF.K, Manager Royal Insu
rance Co- Uvtrpuol.
CoL PHIL. LEE, Com. Att'y Ninth Judical
' Dr C. URAHAM. founder ttraham ( sbinet.
1 1-oL JILSION P. JOHSSUN, Man. tlalt Hoose.
Dr. T. 8. BELL, lrof. Medical University,
Hon .!. ti. BAXTER. Mayor Lootsvuie.
I Hon T L. BURNETT, City Attorney.
HI S'RY WOLKORD. Treasurer Loutsvlllot
A 6. BRAN'NIN, Prest Manufacturers' Bank.
!jAMr BRIlHiEPORD, President Second
IW i D. WHIPS. Proprietor VUlard Hotel.
J. c. JtHN.-ON. President Traders Bank.
H. VICTOR NKWCOMB, firm of Newromb,
Buchanan a Co.
HKNKV DEPPEN, President tlerman liank.
ANDREW URAHAM, Tobacco and Cotton
Dr. NOR V IN GREEN, President L. and C.
VOL. ROSE, Agent Adams Impress Company.
THOw. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public Ubraiy of Kentucky,
Public Library Building.
ar Circulars, giving full particulars, sent
R. T. DUliRETT. CnL-sident.
W. N. HALDEMAN. Vlce-PreatdenL
JOHN s. CAIN. Secretary.
FARMERS' A PBOVERrV BANK, Treasurer,
ar Kor infunnatlon or tickets apply to
H FRANK VOORE,
corner of Madison and Pront streets.
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a n in j ii. i during the rem til ilBSl' mf fast jrear
with cxt) uorth iiory internet.
The APPEAL pment an tntlruetiit epi
amw of the new of the world. Every depart
ment of the paper U carefuilg edited. Jl
asm to tell th new frntrlg, nfh and inter
Hngtt; to aid in all good cermet; to ex-
ji-.t i u t : fi'iii cit ml Uijl t'ef'r- j (o rrjrtftttlt
th mot liberal thought and highet ttngmUm
of the time ; t welexme all eehemu that promiee
good; ta encourage aU jiiaieewoiihg human en
ttprltm, 1 1 kg ti in and miliar; to sksnilsfi the
teem f luliillgjl. mum for art ami the culture
f edltm matter Bull ill of owr nature; to rut
ledn gd gut u aai if and hematt ruton; to con
thrmn the bad, taut war upon eh fort, coterie
md ' ring."
In few ef th momenioue ieeue bound up int
the I Ida i mtfUwif 1B77, we ewpeet a large
IfotwUheteamtUtg the increased cot of paper,
etmtgmriuem emut gemmed oijiinsti, the prim
lav the fonndallonof mnch bodily
A a rule men are more solid to to repair
and preserve their houses, stock la trade and
other perishable property than Iwpalr
and preserve thenMelve. They can see when
a wail requires a prop, or a weak structure a
girder, bat appear to be uneoaadona of, or in
different to, the cracks aad flaw and evi
dence of decay in their own frail und
The eonaeqaence of this
want ot common prudence is that thousands
fall by the wayside la to. prime of Ufa every
year who might have lived to enjoy a hale
and hearty old ,.,;e. If they had resoru d to the
proper means of recruiting their falllug vigor
at the proper time, sieving what that famous
vitalising aud InvigoraUng elexir, Hosteuer's
Sitoanach Bitters, has dose for countless mul
titudes of the uervated and broken down,
and with the long, nnaroken record of Its
cures beiore him, LI aaems amazing that any
surferer from premstnre decay, nervous weak
ness, dyspepsia, biliousness, chronic constipa
tion, or disease of a remittent or lntermlttea
character, should delay ss;eu for an hour to
ssssk the aid which Its toning, regulating and
Invigorating properties have never failed to
afford. It Is no exaggeration to say that Hos
teller stomach Bitters fa the most faithful
ally of nature, In her straggles with weakness
land disease, that medical botany and honest
chemistry have yet given to the world.
Daysl and their
At this season of the year the blood Is apt to
become Impure: the appetite poor; the skin
sallow; the body enfeebled; the system re
laxed. mi.kine It susceptible to attacks of
Chills and Fever. Rheumatism, eruption ol
the skin and the development of the effects
of the Injudicious use of Calomel. All this
trouble msv bn avoided bv the USS Of a few
bottles of lr. Tutf MarsHparllla and liueeu's
Delight. It Is harmless In Its effects, but a
powerful enemy to diseases. Try It, and yon
will find It a friend In need.
I t. Tit's Liver Pllla move the bowel to a
Healtay actios not acting as It were me
chanically, but they stimulate the secretions,
and in a healthful and natural manner expels
all Import tie without weakening the body.
Dr Tut l' Hair !w dnr not hior th Htir.
ItEAtfc PERKIN S SAUCE.
Pronounced uy Connolsaeurs
"THJJ ONLY GOOD BAUCE."
It Improves appetite and digestion, and It
Is unrivalled tor Its flavor. We are directed
bv Messrs. LEA A PEKK1NS to prosecute all
parties making or vending counterfeits.
JOHN BCSCAN'R BOSH,
oco AUKNT8, New York.
I AIM DTE.
nHIS suoerb Hair Dyo Is the best in the
X world perfectly harmless, rellabe, an. I in- :
ssanuujeous; no ai-npisnnimem . uu ri'xicu
lousUntsor disagreeable odor. The genuine
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye produces Imme
diately splendid black or natural brown.
leaves the hair clean, son t auurui : noes no'
contain a oartn leof lead or inlurions corn-
und. Sold by all druggesta. ractory, !
ND STREET. N. Y.
This wonderral regetoble restorative
ta the sheet-anchor of the feeble and
debilitated. As a tonic and cordial for
the ssrrd and languid, it has no equal
among stomachics. As a remedy for the
nervous weakness to which women are
especially subject, it is npersedutg
erery other stimulant, In all climates,
tropical, temperate or frigid, it acts as a
specific in every species of disorder
which nndermines the bodily strength,
and breaks down the animal spirits.
MOTHERS ! MOTHERS ! !
Do tit fail to procure MBS. WIN SLOWS
SOOTHING SYRUP for CHILDREN
It softens the gums, reduces inflammation,
allays all pain, und cures wind coile. Perfect
ly safe In all cases. We would say to every
mother who has a snflertng child. Do not let
your prejudices, nor the prejudices of others,
stand between you and your saffering child
and the relief that wilt be sure yes, absolutely
are to follow the u-e of this medicine. If
Full directions for using will accompany
Be sure and call for
Mrs. W I slow Soot hint.- Sy rnp.-
Having the fac-slmlle of " CUBTIS ft l'EH
KINs" on the ouMde wrapper.
Hold by druggists IhroogbAut the world. Ju5
Fer Preierving and Beautif ing the Hit
man Hair. Ta Prevent its Falling
Out and Turning Gray.
A well-preserved Head of Hair, In a person
of middle age, at once bespeak refinement
elegance, health and beauty. It may truly be
called woman's crowning glory, while men
ar not insensible to Its advantages and
charm. Few things are more disgusting than
thin, frttxly, harsh, nntamed hair, with head
ande covered with dandruff. Visit a bar
b. r, and you feel and look tike a new man.
This is what l.YO.Vfs KATaaAIaMK will do
all the time- The charm which Uea in well
placed hair, glossy curls, luxuriant tresses and
a clean head, is noticeable and Irresistible.
Sold by all Druggists aud Country Stores.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
The Great Soothing Remedy.
Cores Colic and Or! plug
Mrs. In the Bowels and faclli- Price
Whlu-omb's tales the process ot Teeth-' x
Hyrup. lng. lena
I subdue Convulsion and
Mrs. overcome all disease In- Price
Wliitcmb's cideut U) lufants and chll- IB
Byrnp. idren. Cents
Lures Diarrhea, Dysen
Mrs. ;tcry and summer Com- Tries
Whiteomb's, plaint In children of all 25
Hyrup. age. Cent
It la the Great Infant ant Children'
Soothing Remedy for all disorders brought
by Teething or any ether cau.se.
rTepared by the UKAFTOS MKD1CIN
f H Louis, Mo.
Sold by druggists and dealer in mediciue
,-v-r- -- t" v i'" i7i '
Probate Court Sale of Real Estate.
So. (SS, R. D.-In the Probate Court of Shelby
county, Tennessee. Mattle A. Pevton, Ad
mlnistralrix of the entitle of Presley B. Pay
ton, dussaMsl, vs. Ella Pe-ton, elal.
UM'Ki, and by vkfBaa of a decree for sale,
entered In the above canse, I will sell at
public anction, in front of the Court-h. a
door of the Probate Court In the city of Mem
Thursday, July 11th. 18T,
within legal hours, tne ftouowing described
real estate, belonging to Uie estate of said
Presley R. Peyton, deceased, to-wtt : Forty
two feet off of the wast side or end of a lot of
land, situated, lvlng Mud being In the county
of Shelby, city of Meiushis sud state of Ten
nvasee, being part of the tract of land known
upon the plan of Memphis as iot No. 511, and
designated upon H. W. Hill's sub-division of
said lot as surveyed by Wm. Crane, engineer,
as lot No. S, fronting 71 feet on the north side
of Alabama street and running back between
parallel lines at right ancles with said street
one hundred aud forty-eight feet, six inches
to an alley 14 fast wide. Also, lot
No. 90, In the phxn of subdivision
of t be property of Cra vi u Peyton jnade by J.T.
Leath, K. McDavitt and James B. Cook, Com
missioners, and bounded a follows, to-wlt:
Pronting flftv feat on the west slduof Peyton
avenue: runuiiur thence westwardly with the
south line of ureeulaw street, one hundred
and t went v-slx (US) feet to Hie corner of a ls
foot alley; thence southwardly with the east
line of said alley, fifty 15C feet ; thence east
wardly one hundred and twenty-six ;12SI feet
to the west side of Peyton avenue; being on
the northwest corner of Peyton avenue and
Ureeulaw street jmd In the city of Memphis.
Terms of sale one-half cash, balance in
three and six months, with Interest from date,
the purchaser executing notes wiih approved
security, and alien will ha retained on the
property until paid.
JAMKS KKILLY, Clerk.
By J. H. CL-n-Sri, Deputy Clark.
wood ft Micuu, sols, tor pomp, ni. ueti
JOSEPH H. K1LPATRK K
Attorney at Law,
Mc Plaatefa laanersssau mutoding,
41 tfo4iaM street, K eat pais, X
CA8H PBEmi SS,
35,000 TICKET -HOLDERS
At the Btate Fair O round at
NASHVILLE, OCTOBER 4.
THE Board of Managers of the Mate Fair
take pleasure in eornmendiug this liberal
arrangement to cltlaeu- generally throughout
53S Awards will be made as
1 First Grand Cash Premium
1 tsoeond Grand Cash Premium
1 Cash Premium
1 Cash Premium
1 Cash Premium ........
1 Cash I'reiulnm . , ,
1 Cash Premium .
1 Cash Premium
lu Cash Premiums, Sim ench, is
Cash Premiums, $30 each, is..
Cash Premiums, Oleach, 1
ISO Cash Premiums, tlu each. Is
DUO Cash Premiums, V each. Is..
o Preminms, Amounting to
This enterprise being legal, the swards are
sure to be made, and w ill W done openly, hon
oreblyaml publicly, at the Fair Grounds, on
the 4th October next.
The solid business men of Nashville are en
c uraglng this enterprise.
The proceeds will he used In improving the
Fair Grounds, and to develop the agricultural
and mechanical Interests of the state.
JNO. H. WILLIAMS,
HIRAM VAI OHM,
T HOB. CH A D W ELL.
Board of Managers.
For further Information, apply to
J. C. MrCROBY,
General Ticket Agent, 13 Cedar street,
AUENTS KOR MKMPHIW-
News Dealer, 2SBt, Main street.
B. FRANK MOORE,
Comer Madinon anU Front birwt".
Car and Tender Loading Apparatus.
frinTS is a machine to the direct interest of
1 every railroad in tho United State-".
I am now prepared to av that mv patent
will load all tbe fuel that Is wanted' oo the
tender of a train, in a quarter to a half min
ute' time; also, that it will load any freight
on a car, that will do to Jump, in the same
I am ready to sell rights, and make deed
to railrond companies, or States, or to ths en-
.ira United Mate. Andre--,
J. TV 1 1 n i Mi,
Rl! s Drnn.t. Tersj
HENRY G. HARRINGTON,
Gold and Silver Plater,
Metal aud Wood Show-Cases.
Hotel, restaurant and steamboat tableware
plated la the best manner.
Show -Case Factory, SC second street, opposite
42 Monroe Street, Memphis, Tennessee,
Refers to W. S. Bruce A Co., W. C. Byrd.
Woodruff Co-, F. H. Clark A Co., F. D. Bar-
uum A Co. Ju2S
A. B. VACCABO.
A. YA( ( ARO& CO.,
Importers and Dealers is
NO. 324 FRONT STREET,
SJ KM PHIS. TKNNKSSF.F-.
MKMf HIS DEPOT OF THE
Hackett Sanufacturi'g Company's
Marblelsed, Enameled and Plain
Hackett Patent Grates, Hacket t Patent Frank
lin Moves, Plalp and Enameled Grates,
Na. Ai Spcoi. ! St., Memphis, Tesvaewisfs
W. B. Rodman and others vs KB. Bradford
DL'RSl'ANT to adecree in the above cause.
I rendered on iheanh of octooer, isri, in
the Circuit court of the United state lor the
District of West Tennessee, I will sell. In front
of the courthouse of said court. In Memphis
On the 31st of July, 1872,
all of a trsct of 2560 acres of land in Lake
Count v, Tennessee, hereinafter described, ex
Said atO acre tract was granted to John
O ray Blount by grant No. 1M,J0, and 1 bound
ed as follows: Beginning at a stooping syca
more iu the north boundary line of the Berry
hill tract ot 736'sj acres, 2U0 poles east from Its
northwest corner; theuce north am poles;
thence eest Mi poles: thence south But) poles to
an elm marked "J. C.:" thence west .112 poles,
to the beginning. The part of said grant
reserved out of this sale is SJ."; acres, owned
by A. 8. aad H. Parks and is bounded as fol
lows: Commencing in I be north boundary of
the tract, ITS poles east of its no, th west corner;
Un-nce east 'SK poles; thence south m poles;
thence wests poles: tlienc north J23 poles,
to the beginning. All I he rest of the original
tract, except said SK' , acres, la to be sold.
Hale to be la two euual installments, one at
si r months from tbe day of sale, aud the other
falling due 1st May. ISTi. Bond aud good se
curity reuuired,sud a lien retained for the pur
chase- money. The sale to be without redemp
tion. July J, 172, HORACE E. AM DREWS,
Ckrk of said court.
Wm. H. MTBrMBXS, Solicitor.
Notice in Bankruptcy.
In the District Court of the Unit. . : Etalea, for
the District of West Tennessee.- In th mat
ter of George W. Scott, Bankrupt la Bank
ruptcy. -District of West Tennessee a.
To vhoin It may concern :
rpHK undersigned hereby give notice of hi
I appointment as aaaTll i of George W.
Scott, of Memphis, In the county of Shelby
and Stale of Tennessee, within said District,
wbohas been adjudged a bankrupt upon his
own pennon, oy tne insirivi lourt oi
I M stria.
Memphis, Tennessee, the I2lh day of June, i
A.Dn li O. WfJOLDRIDGE, Aaslause. i
Ames, Seattle A Co., 396
Main street, offer Bargains,
Wholesale and Retail, in
Furniture, Carpets, Mat
tresses, OUelotixs, Window
MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE
SUMMER SCHEDULE, JUXE 2, 1S74,
leaves 3f2Ti s.m
Ms! I Trs
TntlU. dAllV l r. m
Brownsville accommodation :. ) jt.ru
mw Pullman sleep! tig-cars are now oo all
Bar The 345 njo, and 5:10 p.m. trains do not
run on Sunday.
T Z OltE-fOFPIOH,
271 MATS STREET.
JOHN T. FXYNN, Bapertntondent.
has now been before the public for nearly two
years. Iu merits have been fully tested In
Louisiana and Mississippi, and we have yet to
learn of a single planter who has used it who
has been dUsatlsfled with lu work. In fact
the testimonials already published In the Ar-FBAI-,
and the many more which have been
shown as from plan ten below on the river,
satisfy us that It Is, to say the least, a God-send
to the South.
The following Indorsements, given to
Messrs. Mil bum. Walker a Co., wagon dealers,
57 Union street, general agents for the sale f
this machine, from gentlemen personally
known throughout the South, will give to
those at a distance a guarantee of the capacity
01 uie macnine:
Mbbctis, - z -. s April 22, 171
Messrs. Milburn, Wa.ker A Co. :
Having examined some work executed by
the Planter's Machine, 1 have no hesitation in
saying that 11 1 a decided success. Tbe plow
ing la perfect, and tbe ridge formed t tbe
ame time are much superior to those made
in t he old sty le. They are uniform, and It is
hard to distinguish one from the other. I
commend it as a labor-saving machine, and
trust it will be Uherallv palronlxed by the
planum 01 the South.
W. C. STEPHEN SON,
Shelby Conn ty, Tennessee.
The above gentleman Is well known
throughout West Tennessee and North Mlaiu
slppl as one of our most practical planters. Of
the following, from Mr. Ferd, of the w-U-known
house of Ford a Porter, it is unneces
sary to speak. Mr. Ford is aot only one of the
largest planters In the south, bat on of our
ablest and most reliable business men. He
I examined the beds or ridges made by tbe
Plaxtbb's Mackikb, and do no not hesitate
to say they are more regular and uniform
than any f ever saw made by the common
mode of preparing be-" ' did not see a test of
the planting portion o. ihe machine, but fully
believe it will work well. The gr :nd on
which the test was made was very dry and
hard, and yot the plowing was done well
much more regular and uniform than by the
I THINK TBI CLOW IS CATA SLB Or BBBAK
ISO CP A!CD BBDDXBQ AT I.BAST BISHT Al'RBS
(Signed) NFWTON FORD.
Th mason ts now pressing, and It would be
well for planters to give In their order to
Messrs. Milburn A Walker, without further
notice. They will give planters all the time
they wish for the payment.
MILBULN, WALKER & CO.,
jBt, &r aa 3NJ- t m,
37 lTnion Street.
Build Engines. Boilers, Shafting, Pulleys and
Oeaeral Machinery for mills and factories of
all kinds Complete Pawers are furnished,
and set up and started when desired, without
up and started when desired, without
e part, of the purchaser. Through
freight rates to all tbe principal oolnts In
-south. For descriptive circulars and price.
Address, S AM 'L V ORIS A CO ,
my8 Peoria, Illinois.
For Purity and Strength
It 10 XJaa.oca.xxmlloci.
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It has the aauBtoaat campaign matter, orig
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Before applying to the notorious tCACBS
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2.-'' "rjf --lalhe Hocoad Chancery Cxmn
to lu Uiis ea
mil which la sworn
t Hi d-fen'laDt
In tVV LV-H tscomplatnaui
In the sum of IMS, due by epea account for
profei.,t.a! -ervices. an.! thai .ald'defeu.l.t,..
m u-ic-i,ui as mm was or T Ttnusi y
sou uim jor laeae
ont of this coiur, ssratnst tht im..m. j
dofenilsnt. anu the same was Issued, and ii.ui
been re' .. ned by the rjasNtsT. duly levied on
tho property of defeudanW H . 4. Ward:
It M therefore ordered by the Clerk and
Master, That he make his appe ance lisiiSB,
at the Court boose of the sieeond Cbanc-ry
Court, In the city of Mempu;s,Ien n wn, cn or
aefers Ui, nnrt Monday la Anirust, 1HT2, and
plead, answer 01 demur to com plain an ta' bill,
or ton same will betaken for confessed aa to
him, and set for hearing exp-.U; and that a
copy ot this order be publish -d once a week,
for tour successive weeks In the Memphis
ATSl?Jnne lath, 172.
A copy Attest . -
M- D. L. STEWART Clerk and Master.
By Cuabtsbb Bbumjeb. D. '. and M.
T. 1; . In rley. Hot. for Complainant- JofH
No. 517 In the first Chancery Court of Shelby
County, Tennessee A. Mtiun. admlnlstntor
of the estate or Jarm s Carroll, decease I. v
Samuel Posion, J. C. Stewart et al.
TT apt-anrui that Hie above-stried snii is
J J coiumeuced for the purpose of settling up
1 ue estate 01 J slues arroll. Jeceaseu. the In
solvency of which has lieeu suggested to the
County Court of Shelby Cooniy. ami praying
that all creditors thereof come forwaril and
file their claims, etc.: that ubpo na luts been
iaued, and retnrned bv the sherlrT not to
be found as to defendants R. M. Johnson. F.M.
File snd James Levi
It Is therefore ordered, Tbat such creditors
make their appearance herein at the Court
house, in tbe city of Memphis. Tennessee,
on or before the tint Monday la October,
bCL and tile -nd est-Mish their claims smaanst
aid estate, having tliem-elve. mitde parties,
etc., and th.it -am non-resulem defendants
make their appearance herein on the first
Monday in August, IS72, and pi.-ad. answer or
demur to complainants' bill, or the settlement
of said estate will be proceeded with exparte
as to the creditors, and the cause as to said
defendants ee for hearing exparte, and that a
copy of this order be published once a week
for four successive .-ek iu the Memphis
This June t, 1-72.
A copy attest :
KDMl'ND A. COI E. Clerk ami Master.
By R. Black, D. ( . uiid M.
Hayne A Stockton, sol'rs fur Com pit. jnSl
No. iat In Die second Chancery Court of
Shelby County, Tennessee -William Is
Vance vs C. D. Smith, the unknown heirs of
CD. Smith, Lucy C. Tbomp-on. lieeirgeW.
Thompson and Philip W. Tnompson.
repp- artng from tbe bill which la sworn to
In this cause that the defeudaht, C, D.
smith. Is Justly indebted to the complainant
in the sum of loZHIUi, evidenced by his -everal
notes of date Junes, MS7, given for tbe par
ches.' of two certain lots known on the plan of
the city of Memphis as lots lu and 11, fronting
on Promenade street, to secure which said
smith executed n is deed of trust to Philip H.
Thompsov, trustee, -lnee declassed, and that
this bill seeks the appointment of a new trus
tee and a divest tin of the letral title oat of the
heirs of said P. H. Thompson, and a veaUturc
of the same In the new trute., with full
I powers, etc., and that the residence of C. D.
Suiuh and the unknown heirsnrc n Smith
is unknown, and that Lacv 1. Thomnson.
Ueorjce W. Thompson and Philip H. Thomp
son are residents of Uie stare of Kentucky,
and that they are all non-residents of the Susie
It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Mas
ter, f hat they make their appearance herein,
at the courthouse of tbe second Chancery
Couruba the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on
or before the Urn Monday in August, lahVaad
plead, ansser, or demur to complainant's
bill, or the same will be taken for eoufts-ed
as to them, and set for hearing exparte; and
that a copy of this order be published once a
week, for four successive weeks, lu the
This JSth iLty of June, 187X
M. D. L. STFWART, Clerk and Master.
By Gsor.t.K Mallokv. 11. 1 . rn! M.
Charles F. Bullock, sol's for Com pi 1. Je2
No. jTS. In the First Chancery Coart of SVael
hy county. 'lei.nessee.T. H. and J. M. -J-len
eX Co. vs. 1. A. Alien et aL
IT appearing from the bill, sworn to. In this
cause that the defendant, B, A. Allen, at a
resident of the Slate of Arkansas, and a non
resident of the state of Tennessee, that he is
indebted to complainants, by open account,
in the sum of StjMl 61, and that this salt Is
brought tc subject tbe Interes of E. A. Alien
In a policy of life Insurance, on the life of
.Amelia Walts, deceased, In the Carolina Ufe
Insurance company of Memphis, for ksx-i:
that a writ of attachment was rvaularly Is
sued and returned by the Sheriff of Khelby
county, lstvled on said policy of life Insurance:
It ia therefore ordered, that he make his ap
pearance herein, at the Coor' house, in t Sa
dly of Memphis. Tennessee, on or before the
first Mond.iy in August, 1S7J, and plead,
answer or demur to Complainants' bill or tc
same will he taken for confessed aa to him
and set for hearing exparte. and that a copy ot
this order be published once a week, for four
successive weeks. In the Mciupnla Appeal.
This June (1, lsTJ.
A copy. Attest :
F.DV vxd A. COLE. Clerk and Master.
By K. . Ml W I, D. C. and M.
W. G. Weatherford.Sol. for CompPa. Job
No. 77, R. D. in the Probate Court of Shelby
county, Tennessee. C. L. L. Heaves Wm. N.
N.Mahafley i.uil wife, Ann i. Mahaffey s.
lie P. J. Reaves. Elizabeth
' TT appearing from affidavit filed in this
! I cause that Perlle P. J. Reaves ia a non-rcs-I
Meat of the fstate of Tennessee end la a resl-
ueui 01 intwiic m BaununajB
It is therefore ordered, Thai he make his
appenmnce herein at the courthouse of the
Probate Curt., in the eiryof McmphLs, on or
before Hie tlrst Monday in ncust. Is7i and
plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill,
or the same will be taken for confessed as to
him and set for henrlng cx parte; and that a
copy of l hi order be puotlabed once a week,
tor lour successive weeas, in me Memphis
Appesl. Tins June 11, 172.
A copy attest:
JAME RE1LLY. Clerk.
Bp J. H. t L-LIJt"t, D. c. luLl wed
B. T. Reaves sol. for complalnanta.
No. i7l In the Ftrsi Chancery Coart of Shelby
couut-. Tenness e. Joha Mcl:io,iks. AJm'
of Elijah Brooks deceased, vs Sarah Brooks
ITsopearlng from affidavit in this cause that
the defendants to the amended bill of com
plainant, to-wlt: D. f.. Hany and M. L. Hauy.
I residents of Mississippi, and DelUe bnggs, a
j citiaen of Arkansas are all non-residents of
' lenn-. . . ...
' 11 is tnereiore oroereo, lcjutney maxe tneir
1 sppearauce herein, at the courthouse in the
ciiy 01 arinpuis, iranewe. ou or oeioro i.ie
first Monday In August. 172. and p ead, answer
or demur to complainants amended bill, or
the samewlll he talien for confessed aa to them
and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy
of tnis order he published once a week, for
four successive weeks, in the Memphis
EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
By R. J. Black, Deputy C and M.
Sheriff's Saleof Real Estate
BY virtue of an execution from the First
Circuit Court of Shelby county, in favor
C. W. Frayser vs. Canon A Burke for PJbi, be
sides cost and interest, I will sell to the high
est bidder, for cash, In front of the Sheriff's
office, on -second street. In the city of Mem
Friday, the 12th Day of July, 1872,
Lou Ros 17 and is. In Block No. 7. iu Butler's
addition to the city of Memphis, ..u the north
Ride of Calhoun street ; said lots lying in what
Is called Sooth Memphis Shelby conuiy, State
of Tennessee. Levied on as tho property of
J me tSarson to satisfy said execution inter
eat and costs. Sale between the hours of 10
o'clock sm. aad 4p.m. June II, 1ST2.
MARCUS J. WRIUHT. Sheriff.
By W. W. i oi.ktia . Deputv Sheriff.
C. W. Frayser, Att'y for self. Jul
Sheriff's Saleof Real Estate
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas from the
i First Circuit Court of Shelby county in
favor of South worth et Thayer vs. Robert H.
Ober for tMl 3D, besides Interest and costs I
will sell to the highest bidder, for cash. In
front of the Sherlfrs office, on Second street,
In the city of Memphis, on
FrMav, tbe 12th Day of July, t9t
the fallowing described lot or parcel of land.
King In Shelby oounty, state of Tennessee,
lit tb Hth Civil liistriei, in or near the city of
Memphis, bounded as follows: lleglncing on
the snath side of McLemore street extended,
at Ed. Kirk's north -vest corner; thence west
with said str-et 4tt) feet: thence enuthwardly
to the north line ot Trigg avenue extended ;
thence east 200 feet to Ed. Kirk's southwest
corner; thence north to the beginning; levied
ou as the property of said Robert H. Ob--r to
satisfy said debt. Interest and costs. Sale be
tween the hours of ID o'clock aju. and p m.
June 11, ICR.
MARCUS J. WHiuHL, asberlff.
By W. W. Colbmaw, Deputy Sheriff.
Jarnlgan m Frayser, Alt'ys for plfgk. Jnl2
Sherirs Saleof Rr Estate.
TY virtue of two executions from the First
circuit Court of I
-re. t A H
Friday, the 12ta day af July, 1MJ,
The following described tract of land, lying in
I tvii District No. 7, in Shelby county. State of
lennessee, and beonded as follows: Begitv-
r rte st th npnh.isl comer of fvv W Snsrk -
ri,AnA t.ct, and runs thence south with
)Wkman'saKd I .Kerrcll1iRne7 O-IMehant
to a Make at the cornel of Ferreil's 3ti acre
! triiot ; thence east with Ferreil's line drS
chains and Slinks to a stake cornering on
laswis cAlwaras nue, .uence norm wi-u
line SI 12-; JO chains to a post oat marked J.
F. M-, on the south boundary lino of Richard
Kenner's : acre grant ; thence rests north
with said line 2S chains an.' 6 links to the
rssanniua, coniaiainK " aci
levied on as the property ot H. C. Brewer to
satiety said two executions, lntei
Sale between tho hours ttt J
MARCUS J. WRIGHT, Sheriff.
W. W. Col-BMA-s, 1 paty Stoaeafks ,
Maiiory A Young, At ty 's for PUTs. jel2
: Sherir s bale of Real Estate
BYvl.itoeof a venditioni exponas from tho
Ftr-t l ire lit Court of Shelby Couuty It.
I favor "f R.C Williamson vs Marttn Boiaud
fo.- ai, with interest and casta, I will sell to
the highest bidder, for cash, in I rout oi the
Sheriff's office, on Second street, in the city of
Monday, the 22d day of July, 1872,
nue lot of land lying in the city of Memphis,
west of Tale and Walnnt streets; runs tiience
south fl7', feet, theuce west ar ; feet, theasw
north H?V feet to Tate street, tfceeeeasH
feet to the Winning: levied on s 'be proper
ty of said Mattlu Roland to sulsfj od debt
interest and ousts. Sale between th hours ol
. j o'clock a.m. and t p J.
MARCCS J. WRTGHT, Stoeriff.
By W. W. IVfuTWAW. Tteputy Sheriff.
J. A. UBdey, Attoruey for Plaintiff.
; "TiHE copartnership karetotVkr
Jt ' ween as, svsler Use bsmbw
; WeUford, Is ihl- day dUaolved k
r liiahaui a
ami. i .
J. L. 1
The ond 1 isj.. 1 1 haw this day formed a o-
KiIJf.'"r't-o ud"r tb "aroe aud style of
sjratton A V, e.jfart, for the purpose o: con
ducting s cotton anC general ' -l.lJ
,'mm- f" ac.ou-ts due Grahaan A Weil
" "aye heen turned over to as, ,n.l we will
carry oat asiy pscauha-s mmA- by th-m to their
Is retiring from the firm of Graham 4 Well.
he old firm. CnUl further notice, 1 will be
HMiMi me om'-e or -traron St w ,-lirord
t9 I. I. GRAHAM.
'1'HK partnership heretofore existing he
X tween the underagmHl, under the Arm
mime of Allison Brothers, la taia.lay dls-oivct
by mutual consent, either party being authu-
rtzeit to ign the firm name In U'lnHHtlon.
we nave associats-i nn u.-ia
Joseph V, . Allison, and shall
an exclusively whole-ale hariware
to the old arm, we solicit 11 rontinaaUan to
the new. ROBERT A. ALLISON.
ALEXANDER A! IJSON.
ee. J my 1 . Istz. jyt
THE METALLIC BALING
t U 1 C ASH wi
SPUUV tills inv.
Ill ooy oae-thlrd tnterest in
into universal use bv
as well as by
commercisl nec-ssilv. d
aaa eaHfansr, aa awwrooi.
Apply to Colonel Lw J. On Pre. Appeal offlce
L aiou street, Memphis, Tenu--i KEiVT
Jane ItAh, VBi. juls'
Y premise, corner of Main sis
srreeta, sooth Memphis, frnnn ng n feet
tin. 177 feet on rieale aud 117 feet en Mul
berry street, iih ail improement, tene
ments and fixtures thereon, I offer fu: lease for
the term of five years, with pnvllafe of re
newal. VneVdT1ndeUs,Ul' H' U"itoB'
June not, . 8. McM AMI'S.
Lands Forfeited for Taxes Since
I AM this day la receipt o
forfeited to the State fo
year WeS, inclusive, and I am prepared to re
ceive all back taxes aad easts dee upon lands
sold in Shelby county since that da,lnriu
Mve. Those elalrulun lands forfeited Mnce
that date may redeem them on liberal terras,
as pox act of the recent Legislature. Those
who do not redeem within forty days from
date, will have bills filed against them, a the
Jane J, lar-l. BBsMaafl
Rev. Coxa. 8. C.
Office No. IS Circuit Coart Boi'om. earner
t'mou pd second streeta. tat
Bt virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to the
undersigned on the ftlx day of Novera
bfr, USl, by Thom.u Warren to secure the
payaent of ceruun indebtednesa therein de
scribed. I will, as Trustee, offer for sale, for
cash. 10 the highest bidder, al public outer . .
at the Real Estate Exchange of Royster, Trez
evant A Co.. on the northeast comer of JefTer-
atain strvtt', In the city of Memphis,
y, Joly I, 1872,
of 11 :
lowing ue crtbed real estate In Shelby county,
Tennessee, on the present outside east bound
ary of the city of Memphis; being lots nine
and ten ou the phui of subdivision of the Tay
lor property, at the 1 'ersection of Poputr
street and Dnnlap avenue, aeh lot having a
front on the east one of Duulrip av-nue of
thirty feet. The isjms of t ad n prion ia
waived and the title believed to be perfect.
out i win convey oexy as trustee.
Jull J IN P. TREZEVANT,
DV virtue of a Deed ol rrost exeenu ,1 to the
iiiiu. i-shnie l ss trnste-. i n 'he lath dv
of April. ISTI, by Jacob s. Galloway. : ru-i
and M U N E- Galloway, to asa
debt.sluess mcitioned in said
deed. I will, a
Trustee, offer for sale for cash, to the highest
Hunt-r, at purine outcry, on th- sou tb-west
eorn r of Stain and Madison 'streets, In the
city of Memphis, Tennessee,
Wednesday, July lata. 17 "
oeiwsen tne nours oc 11 a m. an.i p.m., ine
louowing propeny siiuateoinnioy co.ii,ty,
Ten nesaadfai sill jd in said deed asfoJ-
lows, to-wlt: what is known as H number
one. two and three, in Mock K, in the town of
tort rtcxertogc-teri led : beginning at a pent
where tbe west line of Third street iir-rsects
with the south line of VanBarea street;
' thence south with Third street one hundred
I aad fifty-one and one-half feet to an alley ;
.iience west along said aiiey anu parallel witn
Van Hut- a street two iumlred fee! tea stake.
thence north and parallel with Third street I
one hundred and fifty-one and a-half real to,
the south line of VanB'.ren street: thence.
east alomt VnuBuren street two hundred feet
.o uie oeKinuiug. ,
.... 1 ,?D. ..rJaTmpV . if . .-TTTi maau"
j oaly as Trustee.
"-'iy "" " 1 """"
C. C. BURKE. Trnstee.
Adnunfatoetors', Ex ecn tors'
COCBTV UOUBT Cl.BBk's Orru B, )
Memphis June B, 173.
rE following settlemeata, having been
died in my office, will be presented to the
ProbHte Court tor confirmation at the July
term, i-7i of said court:
Final ei tlement of Catherine Sleppy, as ad
ministratrix of the estate of Isaac Sleppy, de-
Fine! settlement of E. E. Clarice, as ad
ministrator dr bonis sos of the estate of Pleaa-
Final settlement of J.C. Quintan, as I
let rator of race r i
Settlement of James M. Beat ie. as adminis
trator of the estate of J. Taylor, deceased.
Settlement of A. H. Brown, as administrator
of J. C. Wilson, deceased.
Settlement of Ellen Ford, as administratrix
of Michael Ford, deceased.
settlement of Mrs. C. Cloth, as administratrix
of H. Prick, deceased.
Final settlement of H. G. 3alziger. as execu
tor of the will of George Trantwme, deceased.
Final settlement of Michael FilagjbboB, as
M-reentorof the will of John Corbett. deceased.
settlement rtt J K ShelloH. ss exeenfar of
the will of David Tow usend, deceased.
Final settlement of W. P. Proudflt, ar. guar-
,n.r riftsKiil Ijiiin V Proudflt. deceased.
J A.MtJS i'. r. i
By J. H. Cb u
Administrator's Final Settlement .
To the heirs' aad creditors of the estates of L.
Henoch and H. y man Weber, deceased :
THIS ts to iiotAfrall uasaans baauunBed in
I said estates of L. Henoch and V
Weber, deceased, that on the
t.ttk day est July,
at my oaBuwJbaJBAssuWB)gSjlta
take and tate the accounts ofB. Eiwi
administrator of said Hani s. All iersooa in- 1
tere-ieu are notiueu vo t piw
to be wr
JAMES RtolLI.Y. Clerk-
By J. H. Pnus, DlC.
rotate of W. JL Hnnt,
11 late of Uiaua Rlrharosssn Hunt, de
I hereby notify all persons having
against said estnte to file them, proo-tbentk-ated
as the law directs with
me, at the store of Joj
No. 325 Mala street.
wit. tin tne u
in.l.M.1 lUt ss mrm
come forward and settle thesaine. June
T ETTERS of administration
I a BTanfed to me on tbe estate of Francis T.
Cochran, deceased, at t: e June Term. UCi,ot
the Protxate Court of Shei'. ' eouwty. State ot
lennessee: now all persons having claims
kk unst the estate of the deceased are bereby
notified and required to file them with me.
nrsuerlv nro hated, within the time allowe.: by
taw. to use. a -wv omce. Union street, Mem-
puis, Tennessee, or they will oe luruver oarreo.
JOHN H. LJENOW. Adm r.
June , IK7S,
jrnf '; 'i
Petit iou for Divorce.
Is as la una Second Chancery Court
Shelhv countv. Tennessee Henry C-
ktah v Ireae'E. BaMfkMi. ,
? Pberiug frrau the hlti nmt. mmm.
Dill wincii areswom win uo-.-
dent of the State of Twuaeese:
U ie therefore ordered by the 1 lerk aud Mm-
. an... .kA .. her Hruarance nrn:. .
ubs Cuurt house of the Secoa Chaassary Court,
ITiaTi! vof MemDhis, Tennessee, oa or be-
f,,r. tt- rst Monday in Al
vlU lAsSken for cvfWcd a to
h-artng exparte ; snd ahat a eoi
! be published oaee a week fori
w,eks, in the Memphis Appeal.
ner And set for
copy of tins or ler
Clerk and Master.
D . C. aDd ML
' ompi't, iem
TOOT AND SHOE MAN! F ACT0BBBBVbUJB
tj leave to inmann to Ms Weswto and use
lie xenei-aliv- that be has removed so ' ne
Mu. 17 JeSl-TaesB srf-see. directly pp-
"T -y TP ntlle Ruck
Railroad ttaues aBBceT where be will be
elU. ru hlsenvtoio all a bo
iiinvfarcrbini wlthtbelr pstroaafe. A full
me of rxst fsiaas aaaai
aad for ftotrst juasoaable rate.
before. Thanking i
at prescnnisi ti,s . ot me
forever barred: snd nil persons
M. D. L STEWART
ay tmmtemm BtABl sua
: Pierce aTiix. Sol Ts fur S
kaneery Sale of Real EaU
No. LsUi, N . .- Fl rst I nsuacery Con rt of Shel
B county. H. Merrili L . L. Vance.
Y Ttrtw i of an Interlocutory decree for
entered la the above iibii July In. I-
renewed May IU, i.172, I will W1, at put
j auction, ta Uje hlt Udder, In front of I
Uerk aud Mtsxsra ofBee, OreeuUw Bio
fSJe-ind street. In Memphis, Tennesaea,
i within leaal hmm ssss - 1
j suuuei i -,i,.by cuiio'.y, stalo of Tenn
s-. hot iu tne city of Memphis, to-wlt: A
'--sinning on tne north BSB
the souths wt corner of a
to I ifhnrl.. U. . --i . . ...
-- -- "-nee MM
Beaie street westwardly feet
east corner of a !rt heretofore 1
lUj the . L-
to the sou
si to B. M
feet to allry;
ISO feet: ft be
r: ' ' !v sbTl!I U
Terms of St!. on aeredttof atxacd iwelv
l and 12, mouths; rcl aasr 10 execute note
with appro v. security, and a lien to be re
tained -a rrrtlser aecurity. Equity ol r
A. COLK. Clerk and Master
C-lrj 8ttk Ot Kel xxfltAtf.
No. 2777, R. Dl First l .'.aacsrv Coart ot
Shelby eottaAjr, Tea a nasi T. J. o. Oentel as
n. n. rs. t uriaweaai.
DV virtue of an interlocutory ut,
D entered ta the above cause
1 will sell at pntMie aueteoa. t
to theh 'e.
. in front off Use Clerk and Master's
Ins snd U.i la toe rudi.ii of
I siat .f Tenneaaaa, la ranaat sr.d
eemg part or aatarlglaai gran'.
Allen Jouee fo
: ---rlbed 1
i BB BMrOWS.
BeBjnhji at a point where a comer to to be
r?"' ?I IS-"1-bt" rttl oT Use went easl of
tbe said JO acres, and to John Srlonua m
acres, which I out of H,e southwest corner of
said (7 acres, said corner to be am '-he Borth
nee of said rr acres, to be nr. eyed across ue
said traci of J re 10 ssi Jeha aVIaaibas'
north line of ttt acre, to a stake to beta said
line; thence due east so far thjt. uy rnaulrur
north 10 said aorta bee of tue i7ae will make
MV scrv- is.uuued by John A t-op- aoroaase
la the south.
Terms of aala On a credit of seven
months, ; erf aaaar to give note, with Ap
proved surety; us retsiued b. runner me .e
-erne; eiimtvi-f redemption bar.ed.
This June JS.1S72.
E. A. CVLK, Clerk and Master.
Parham A WllUaasaiss. Attorusya. JBB
Chancery Sale or Real Entavte.
No. JQ R M. First I haatery 00 rt of Shel
by County. -J. R. Anduraaa vs. b. if Hsip
kius. TV virtue of an IntrrlowatorT dec tee for
I) mle. entered in ! he slsjve eaoae. June 21.
172,1 wll! sell at pobast aaatteaa. to the tg;,
est rudder, lu front ..t the LksTk 1
inure, ureeulaw 1 'p.rano.is.
Saturtlaj, July n, Ti,
lega! hoars, the follow km dee rlbed
r, situared la Shelby coaaly. Teunss-
nstriet No., secttoai S, ranee In
th surveyor'a DtaUict. bosaded 1
to wll: beglnniax at a white o.,
"P. U." on a small t.raueh then.
west U chains, to s red oak marked - A," cor
ner on P. Buckley's aoath tine, William Gr
An -uort beast comer: theuce eueith M chai -to
a stake with tare 1 hlekorv oolBters. 1
Win oriffln'- north line; tgeac east .
chains to a stake with 3 red oak pointers
thence north, lu- east, chains, to the beg:,
Term of 8eJe On a credit of ? atoattbs r'
UH two approved sureties required ; lieu
tatned, and eoutty of redemption barred.
Tula June fid, UfK
K. A COLE. Clerk and Maetr .
Chancer- Sale of Real &ta
SATURDAY, JULY fl, 1812.
No. tC JL IK In the second Chancery Co
of Shelby Counn . Tennesae-: !I. B. W
ford ts the nu Known heir of James Marti .
TY vtrto- of an order of sale made :n
JP cause, I will aell at puboc auction, to :
highest bidder. In front of the office of t
c uar.cn y corn, in tne euy 01 at.
Interest from date.
M. P. L, st tTW ART, (. Jerk aad 1
George W. W inchester und C. R.
Sollcitom for CoiupU.uaat.
onrt of Shei:
s. K eth Ua:
ret, jr.. et al.
1 ny virtue of an Intertocu'orv decree tor
1, ,,,,,1 !n .owive eanse Jnly 1.
j, , w, ,n , thft
, , bidder, m front of the clerk and Master s
, ,,.,. ureenlaw oerah.Hjar. Second street, a
u-tmi.i. - --
Ob Satarday, Jaly 27, la;,
within legal hours, the following dear rlbed
property, except such as hereinafter speetOed.
A certain tract or parrel of laud, situate, ly
ing and Is lug in the county of TTielTiT . 1 I
State of Tennessee, on Mary s ''reek. In tbe
Ninth IMstrict ol said county, and bouDiled
Begiiiuli.n at a stake at tlie sonfl,
of John BnTwn street; fhence aorthichalos
' and 'Jfi link- to s stake, anotm r of Rrownw
1 oorners; tnence c:s tu uaius u a .iage, t .
' HarkerV corner : thencesouth 14 ehalnssud
I l"i links to a stake, another of Harker'eeor
; ners; theuce west M chain and Si links to a
stake and white oak marked J. B. and P. :
i fhence south M chains aud m Unas IsimU
and dead re, I oak marked P. V. : thence
west to chain and to ilaka toaatolri.aT links
ea-l of a red oak tiuii lied P. K la Reed A Hut
icr's east bounder-: u-.enec north wrth as M
hue ; chains end SI links to a stake pcesoait
, and Hpanish oak pointers: thence east V
1 chains and ! links to a make, Richard Brisk-
ley s nortnwest corner: till ucs south zi halas
and 30 links to a Make, said Brink toy's south -
taeaee east i chain to Uie ee-
It" . acres, situate, lrina snd
county aad State, on the waters of Wolf
river, in the Eleventh District, raoge . ec
tton i, and bounded as follows to-wlt : Be
ginning al a stake aad red oak marked P. P..
Pay ion Fletchers soniheasl corner; thence
south Wc'oalns and tu links to a sake; theses
west 72 chains to a -take; thence north 19
chains and link to the north boundary of
the original grant, of which this ts a part:
thence east ou smt wlih :;.e-aid bBadarjrW
-aid grant 7Z chain to tne orgitiaing.
same being a part of a O acre tract of 1
XTaatea oy tlie swste or is
day of June, utti. to Will
on the iJia
Sawvers. the num
ber ef said graut betng 17, ts and the fore
said PCS acres being taken off the northern
ead of said tract.
And another tract, containing 105 acres,
sitmite, lying and being in said countv aud
Ol won ns-w. iu i.ue
tlou i, and
: Beginning t a red oa&
marked W. st
tbe southeast corner of a xac;
: of land granted by the state of lennejweet.
Willis sawyer on the ISth day of June, ISC
bv irran! No. I7.asl of which It isapan: run
ning theuce north Bt chain aud ou ilaka to a
take, ! lie southeast euraerof a tract of IfSV
of ind heretoiore conveyed ny saia
to said Maxwell aa suen
thence west with said
.h.in, to i. stjik- tbe south?
to a stake in the field, a walnut pointer or
J. Hampton's Hen ; thence east 7J cbalua
the bectnnim; corner, which said land ha
been toldi.lded into 10 smaller traelB, of
distributed before the ilay of sale.
Terms of Sale one-tuiru casn, orweu-e'
-cared paper t t mouths, wi
ne balance in two equa. r
iTTears with S pereeni.inter
froiMdate. Good surety required, and a lu
retained M further secure same.
This July a, MB.
K. A. COLE, Clerk and Master
John G. Finale. Solicitor J
Chancery Coon, i
E. KeCB, aurni
lstmtor, etc.. of J:
. n I . .1 lli.t. -ITI :
seconsl Cuaiiccry Court, Grecalaw
Second street, city of Mempni".
phis. Shelby county. Ten
at a point waaru
ii. V "s.lradlfi north oi
: between Us. ana nmi -ireeis, inteieee
U west iia"""" "-'.
the west line ot Main street ST feet: them
I wcax. uerallel with Miu! street. 1M fee
to an slley : thence, with said alley, north 7
feet, to the rlrst-meu lotted !U- . and then
i teust, with said allay, to the begi nning.
; Terms of -ale On a cri!t of scran and th;
! teea aioatha, purchaser executing oot, wi:
: gout security, and Men retained to sec
purchase money. Equity of redempti
This JnlT 'd. ?rri
M. D. L. STEWART, clerk and Miator.
Rstee Jackaon, Solid mr i 'mi -C's. ly
Sfski ol Keal Estate.
First Chancery Court of Stkalby
ml A. licsllA. rxet alor, ete.,jf :li -
ate uf John Boglanno. Jtreaisd. vs.1
en Hue tea no, es ai.
. J.i.n intrlrs-iitorv decree
entered In the above cause. May 51, Isjy,
oiii r nnhllc suction lo tire BBrueat si
der in front of the Clerk and Master's offlce,
(ireVuiaw Block, Second street, in Memphis
Wllhin 1b1 hoars, tfee fnn. w-M drt-j4
iTand' de-Tlbed aa foi&ru, owlt: Lot"
. und Si. on the l uppin mmm
. and tseiweeai n nrai. ii .
srs.u'i ranh fmnttne '' Horn
l, Vn ih which Iron's l's I'
ou said road and Isvck west to alt alter
Terrne of Sale m a crsdltofSx
anil i. """''"'"rremee)- Hen
r talned to further
u lernption b
j Tats Jirne I IS
o Saaaiiny, jni, ar. tarn.
wtthln legal hoars, tbe following dmecrib
sees estate, to wH:
situate iae i-ountyof Shelby, state
Jftempi ' is ,.d soai-rTille plank road, forme
l. A. tsousaaau-s northwest corner; thesv
; sooth at s-a reel to a stake: thence east I
feet to a stake; thence north c -10 fee
thcuee west lea feet, to tbe beginning, co
talni ig, bv estimation, one acre.
Terms of Wale-On a credit of seven mom,
purchaser executing note with security, bee
me interest from date, faulty of redemBtu